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The Cumberland News May 23, 1906

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Array THIRTEENTH  YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   fluC. WEDNESDAY    MAY       231006.  ti  You will find the little things that  lighten labor of the household,  Also keen edge tools, handy kitchen utensils, and thf  bestjflinlements for farmers and mechanics at price-- .thai'  you cannot beat anywhere  Goto the Big Store Hardware Section  for All Summer N'eds-in Hardware and  yo,uf visit you  We are Agents for the Ourney T.llden  <Sfc CQ., nria&ers of the celebrated  Tlie it?oat practical and best constructed ranges pri tn# market.  Siock al'way*- kept on hand.   Your inspection,solicited.  -1  a  1  WEDDING frfliS;  A pretty wedding was Holethnized  laRt Monday evening" at ihe   resid-  erice'of the groom*-1-parents. Mr and  Mrs Robott Grant.   The".- cnntrac"- >-  iug parties were Mr Chas Giant and  Miss Beatrice. Coundley of   Na-iui-  mo.    Miss Bessie Bay, a cousin   of  the Groom's was bri(',em-tid and Mr  James Grant, the Grooms   brother,-  acted as,Grooms-man.   The Rev Mr  Chris: mas o.flioia'.ed at the ceremony  and >ir Grant gave the bride 10 his  son in the absence ..of   her   fattier  The bride was   hcomingly   attired  in a b'aatifullv .de i^ntd oostumeof  cream vuiie ovei cioam   lining witn  -.ilkapplique iriminings.    Thebou  quet was ci nurcbsns, lily   of   the  valley and J- is-h 'hnwth.'n-e.     TL������*  maid's dress was   of cr> ������m   lustre  ���������riiiinied with -i-U -applique, and no  prettier wedding ever- too a place  i;i  'Cumberland.      None but relation*  and v few iii vi ted intimate  friends  w<*re present at the ceremony after'  which the t-Vega.i.t weddu.g  break-  ast was partaken <>f     "'Alter- Yhf.se'  'n-jccfjoary rite!--we're duly ol'Se.j e,l  the.party ad-j'ou.-ned'.to the .Cumber-'  iand  Hall; where   the   bride   and  groom received their   frimids   ai.d '  welcomed 'hem to  a   sochl dance,  the large number attending being  proof of the esteem   in which   the  young people and Mr and Mrs Grant  ar������ held.     Mr and Mb c. ,.G**ant will  for the pr oat live ai t^ old home  until a suit, ole resLd'.-,;-ee������a'n be p e  pared at Union Bay wheje.they wi������li  afterwards reside.    May they enj'-y  long life and prosperity.  The. following is a iif-aof preterits.:  Mr R Grant, cheque and cooking  range;   Mrs R G/ain,  net of Bilveii  knives and forks and feather   hiat-  ires-i and pi Hows; Miss Li iy Grant,  TUT^gtess^  ua Grant, sugar' spoon and butter  knife; Masieris R, J and A Grant,  bedroom eei; Master L Grant, silver  napkin rings; Mr & Mrs.-W Mat-  ihevvsou, china tea set- Mr IC Grant  The Magnet Cash Store  Close Inspection  uf our Wall Papers reveals tbelf  great superiority. Our New Papefa  are simply the perfe-tion of exoel-  lene������*���������alf-o that our  10QB Fishing TacBe  is the i-est.   ���������  T. E. BATE  Mr R. Grant M.P.P. stated the  object of the meeting, and called  for noiniuations tor a chairman, Mr  T Cairn* being elected, and Mr R.  H. Price consenting to act as1. Secretary, the bu.vinoss began, Mr Hal-  liday anked Mr Grant huw iong the  appointment would remain in force,  answer���������'ono year", "who are entitled to vote'', ?-vra;.!������we! -all who  have paid their #3.oo Provincial  Rev Tax'-, objection was made to  this, as person** residing in the  neighhoringmuiiicipaliiy (Cumber-*/  laud) would vole, and the contention was raised that th'-y  were not  *1 ���������  ���������    m *  en (it If d to the   privilege    A   feood  I deal,of disorder followed,  a   voice,  LEISER-& Co, Ud.  Hardware and Stoves  B.C<  Silver berry Vuooh;   Mr & Mrs T L ;  'let Mr Robertson tell the meeting.  'r. .   ���������. '       ..   ���������:     .-1 ���������   ���������      -..1  -...���������������.rL       ...!.���������������.,  ..-A..-))    v.i '   until  R;iy, silver "miuhted biaouit jar; Mr , to keep ordi-r", Mr li S.  Kibertson  R Ray, gl������us table set;  Miss Ray, ; spoke a few word-',   iitreating meet-  x-uum  Mr R R N.ipiei returne! on tfon*-  day from ff trip to Vatn*quvtJ<i*������ riding over the rimd from Nanaimo,  Goinc* down iasi Wed net-day, he cov  er d the road with hie riding hor*--*  ih the remarkably iPhort time of 7  h>>ujB.���������not 5 nours aa n.ontioned  in the Nanaimo Frre Press, that  time would b������ pl)������nom**nann tbfiwi  days of phenomena.  Mrs Sohwan of Vancouver, is  visiting her slaters, Mrs Geo. Gib ���������  son and Mn J, Potter,  Mrp D.Stewart and Mrs Kesloy  were viflitorp to Nanaimo by Fri*--  daye boat. Mrs Stewart intends  visiting Heaittie hIho.  Mr 0, H Feohner was 6n uneasy  man for a fow days last wcok, Itt  care of Capt Nlckernon, he had sent  his valuable BnglUh letter dog,  Count Feok to Viotoria for entry  in the dogihqw. The person who  took oharge of him uj)on his arrival  thrg-e, put bim in a back yard, en*-  closed hy a high board fence, which  barrier the animal scaled una speed-*  ilv lost hlmne'Jf In the city for several dav������. baturttay, Mr Fwuntu  got word that the runaway liad  Been recovered, at whioh news a  weight was removed from the mind  of the owner.   The   animal   hud  ewap&de.  At tho annual meeting of tho  Ladies Auxiliary of the U. & Q,  Hospital held May 3rd tbe following otlioer** wore ewoted fur tho en-  suing year.  President, Mrt Moore  Vioe Pre*, MnL Mounce,reelected  Secretary, Mrt J J. Wait   s  Treaauwr, Un Dr Gilleaple  An eiitertaintmn1: fin henefli- of  .H.usp.ital under the auiipiucs if the  Auxiliary is being arrani-rd for, to  take place at an early date.  VICTORIA DAY  PrepanuIons are now comple'.ti  for the sports tomorrow. Sinoe the  programmes were printed, a ohanjit<  has been made, in that the sprightly  buhelors have iended a ohallen^t'  to he married men lo play a foot  ball match for/a purse, This hur  ben accepted und the game will U  played at the hour intended for tin*  medal match���������after the rout of t]i"  pports. The medal match1 will lv������  played at lp-m.  A dunce ii advertised in the Cyp .  berland Hall at 0 p in, dancing to  besin iharp on time and continue  to ^am Friday An admission of  BOota for each gent will be charged,  At tt cr*"���������"n���������'<**''��������� n*u������������Mn-������ MondiiV  thu pi'^i-.M'ija.^U'a:' $x\:\\\y p-^wl.  football players were instructed  that in matches, the referee's dtci  sion would be final T. Whyte w 1*  authorUed to purctiasimrangti* lot  the ululdren, \V\ B. Auderr-on, flags  for procession. T Whyte offered to  ttipply ribbon ior bad������?e**, and W.  B. And" r������on to do printing both  free uf charce, About **2o.oo are  required 10   pay  ex->en*e������*,  abuvu  making the, amount good.  The football teams are as follows  SINGLE MENS FOOTBALL  ,     TEAM  Goal, D, Morrison  Baoks. G Shearer. R, Freoburn  Half Backs, J Miutin, A Anthony,  J Martin  Rt Wlnp, R Soinmerville, \ J Gran  L Wing. B Re^-Bo, 0 Harrison  Centre, M Con  MARRIED MEN  Goal, J Walters  H Farmer. T Burns  ��������� J'.Wnikw, A York, WHutfon  W Clark. W Walker  V) Stewart, R Ooe jr  C"Htre, 0 Grunt  WIirTETEAM  Goal, 1) Morrison  R Freehum A York. A Anthony  , RSnmmervUI-*, L Coe  B Reese, 0 Harrison  Ii Farmer  BLACK MEAM  Goal, J McNeil  G Hhearor, T Burns  , D MoMillan, M C.e, W Clark  ' J r'r r1' R r*on  W W!*U',o-.������n.yim<.rvitlo  Ceii're J Walker  The Japm-WMi residonta are  pre-  pariridfor 11 Are worksdiuplay on a  Jar','" vi*" ','������������������ \^n -.iwir-o wr-ji-nd** lo  morrow night  water jug and set; Miss M Kay, doss  silver tea spoon-*j   Mr  Alfred Ray,  silver pie kuit'e:   Mr Albert (Jrant,  -jjduz ''..able'spoons; Mr <fcMie Walter Reiiiiif-ou, Hilvei  sugar i8|ioon;  Mr RQ'iuierou^iveroiaiiKe spoons  Mr & Mrs. Jas Abrams, table centre  piece; Mr ������fe Mrs Christmae, \, doz  silver Vea spoons'   Miss li Dowdall,  siik coret cover; Mr Bert Patterson  water set and tray; Mr Jos Hudson,  parlour ol*'������ck; Mr TPiket, cut glan.s  and silver iii-icult jar;   Miss Piket,  5 o'clock te* ololh and centre; Mis  Piket, table olot.li and*serviettes; Mr  A Denton, silver  huUer cooler; Mr  .ind   mibL Mounce,   arm   ruckiuu"  chair;   Mrn  and mihs Wood bus, >il-  v< r egg aland; Mis** M MUidooh, bil -  ver sugar hiwl and Bpoon; Mr and  Mrtsii Dowdall, pilver berry spoon-  Mr and Mrs W B Andersou, cut glass  mustard pot; Miss* Gray, silver outer diBh; Miss Ianet Gray, Cliiua s.t-  !ad howl; >jr and MrB C H Tarbell,  nokol tea kettle.  Drowning  accident  The death ocoured at Union Bay  ]ut>t Hatuiday of Lars Amler-en  a fireman of thestc-moier Wellington  then lying at the Whaif, The  d������3oeased,whn wassome-what under  the influence'of liquor* when attempting to go ashore, fell back ���������  ward- into the wa'or, and before  help could be rendered him, he  sank and was drowned. The body  was recovered later, and an inquest held on tho rem.dnt- by   C������r.  ���������>������ 1    .. ...... H,,,  nf nn  Ai-raui.-* 01 .uM.it..-.j ,  1   J,. ,1*.   \��������� .,,.   v,.v.,l..r..,!  ing to allow   business   to  proceed,,,  and claiming the right for Cumberland to vote.   Mr M-Lellan followed in samesttrjiin, (a%voiee> -'what  do you know   about  it  anyhow?"  another voice "who are   we".   The  ohairmag was finally called on  to  k'-ep order, he stated that  he could  not do-0, as there wero so  many  Cumberland people there, who had  nrriight to be.   A diversion here 00  cured at the from of the   hall,   (a  voiee( "what do you  want  here?"  answer "who' in blazes  are  you?'*  Binash 1 biff I I one in the ribs, and  tt counter on the nose, and the curious individual who wanted to know  the right of the other to  be there  went down and was not seen again,  fhe victor perched on tbe stove held  on the Btove, held to the ooat   tails  of another perohor, No 2 held on to  a third, who Ind hix arms around  tlieK-.ove pipe, im- tit lieJiacuu di--.-.  turih'd thu ���������������������������quliniiuin,   and   down  came etovi,   p.,e.   own    aud   all.  After the fragment-* were piokfd up,  nouiinutio iB were proceeded  with,  Xhrei* camlidutes entered the   field,  L. Cliff, R. S. Robertson,  and  S,  Calhoun.   MesBrs    Calhoun   and  Cliffore-identsof  the Valley, Mr  liubtriBon .atownfiimu of ours, nom  invtions then closed,and preparations were made to ballot, Messrs 8,  J. Piercy, F   Cl.ilds, VV. McLel:. n,  B, Crawford   -Hid  J    A.   Carthew  cluuii'-i.t  j.dh hi i'i. riMi'liT!"  ������������������"���������*���������o-   ,1111.4     V.| J  That Road Meeting  To All Whom It May  Ooncern  People   are  warned   that any  Bland-irons storiea circuluted about  presen* collection several prominent I my wife will meet with legal action  citiaenswereBtitl to be C4iiva*Mfd, Robert Gordon  tod no difficulty if anticipated in J ������ * ���������  (0  *****  e   e   ���������  Saturday evening, the di������te ad--  vcrtii*nd for tbo election of a road  bouH for the district, *\\\ long l������e  rc'iii"'.nttered by all who visited the  thriving burg ol Courtenay to at- | formed th* meeting th������t he would  tend the meeting. At noma h.oO . viio������ii>������-.-> uiau hiuin������lf. Thu baud  nm the Aiiriculturnl Hall was ' 'hen played a ample of umhj**, anil  packet to its fullent capacity, wl,;n ��������� ^^   a^������td   their   aeverei  ���������������������������'���������' "j I     <��������������������������� ���������<   >i.U 1 .s  tll-Wi CUiUt.Uclvt.'.i    H ti U     to ill     uff  keep doors, the plan being to pass  each man ouf as soon as he had  cast bin vole, somo little delay oc-  cured here, while someone went to  look for the key of -he exit, conversation mm nwhile waxing loud  and f.irious until Mr Grunt declar*  ������'d the riiMfttin**, nd jo..rued, arid   in. %.  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  LIFE WOULD HAVE  MORE HAPPINESS  IfTheLiverWore Kept Active  By TTKio \Jm*������ ������-F  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  Most people realize that, if they  could only avoid the sufferings of  indigestion and keep the bowels regular and active, life would have for  them much more of comfort and happiness.-  We believe that these results are  best accomplished by the use of Di\  Chase's 'Kidney Liver Pills, and let u  tell you why;  It is the liver which, by filtering  bile from the blood and passing it into  the intestines, ensures good digestion  and the natural, healthful action of  the bowels. Keep the liver active,  and you are sure of the proper working of the digestive and excretory  systems.  Dr. Chases' Kidney-Liver Pills have  a "direct and specific action on the  liver. By 'invigorating this great filtering organ thoy guarantee the collection of bile from the blood, where  it is poison, and the passing of it to  Itlie intestines, where it is necessary  ior digestion and a proper action of  the bowels.  It is not as a more relief from indigestion and constipation that Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills are recommended, but as a thorough and lasting  cure. Put them to the test. The  dose is one pill at bedtime as often as  is necessary to keep the bowels regular.  Mr. Duncan McPherson, Content,  Alberta, writes:���������"1 was for many  I years troubled with indigestion' and  headache and derived no benefit from  Uie many remedies I used. A friend  j advised the Use of Dr, Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills and after taking four  .boxes the result is that I am once  more in the full enjoyment of the  blessings of good health.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, 25  cents a box, at all dealers, or Bdman-  son. Bates & Co., Toronto. Portrait  an.-l signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the  lamous receipt book author, on every  box.  How a Leak Was Stopped.  To stop a leak in a steamer which  struck a rook in the Straits of Magel-  len recourse was had to timber, ballast  rock and Poi tland cement, which  formed so effective a cork tliat the  vessel was enabled to proceed on her  voyage������ and was finally taken to New-  Port News for repairs. It was found  tljat the filling was so solid that, with  ordinary appliances some six weeks  would have been consumed in chopping it out. To overcome this difficulty s nail charges oi dynamite wore  used, and after three days of blasting,  without injury to the vessel or the  dock, the mass ot material was so  completely loosened up as to permit  of being removed.  Porta means have decided to buy  no more American rice until congress  protects Porta Rtcaii coffee.  It is a Liver Pill.���������Many of the ailments that man has to contend with  have their origin in a disordered liver  which is a delicate organ, peculiarly  susceptible to the disturbances that  come from irregular habits or lack of  ,care in eating and drinking. This  accounts for the great many liver  regulators now pressed on the attention of sufferers. Of these there are  'none superior to Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. Their operation though  gentle is effective, and the most delicate can use ttrem.  SAYS CRUDE GENIUS  IS A HANDICAP  Sir    Frederick   Treves   Discusses   the  Successful Doctor.  London.���������Sir Frederick Treves, tlio  King's sii'-goon, spoke of the romance  of modern 'medicine, and the qualities  tlmt a doctor needs, in iiis rectorial  address at-Aberdeen  University.  "Few lands are now left on the  earth t 'discover," he said, "lint in  the world of medic id research'' there  are whole continents whoso beaches  have been trodden by no human foot,  whose mysterious capes no sail lias  weatiiered,  into whose silent bays has  ' never ' broken  tlio  sound  of a    prying  _katiL_ 1_   Austria-Hungary's tariff treaties  with Germany, Italy, Russia and Belgium have become effective.  ''There are few detective sfories  that can surpass the true tale of the  tracking down of the 'miscreant -Malaria ai'tur . many years of astute  watchfulness.  "For all time this bringer of. disease hns bot'ii an evil genius.: a vampire of tlio marsh that fed upon its  victims in the dead of night. 'Now  the ghost is laid and tlie mystery is  reduced to n few cells tliat can be  Itopt in a bottle and grown as tamely  as a gardener rears cabbagt's.  Discussing success iu the medical  profession, Sir Frederick declared that  ample, or oven moderate, means at  the outset of a career are a hiiidrai'co  to progress.  Genius, in its crude or native state,  was not- wanted in tho profession, nor  could it be said to be a marked attribute of those who raised themselves  to the highest position. Brilliance in  a surgeon was a quality from the possession of which he might well pray to  ho saved,  Factors that made for distinction in  a professional career were health, serviceable knowledge, sympathy, and  honesty . Industry must bo presupposed.  "The successful physician," Kir  Frederick mi id, "is a finished student  '..������������������of mon, an augur, a reader of signs.  Ho reconstructs the individual from  'closely observed fragments just as tho  palaeontologist builds up a saurian  from fossil scraps."  ������ As for the need of honesty, he suid  thnt "into tlie hand-* of the physician  is placed it candid nnd iiiKiiientioiiing  trust, into his ears are poured solemn  lis well ns vni'did secrets, u-hil'* in the  revolutions of men's lives there is no  revel-it John of iii-hi'n lives I here is no  confes.sioiiul which can claim the pit-  in ble cumlnr ol the doctor's   oom,"  Weils, the Tiuiii who broko tho bank  lit Monie Curio, hns been Heiitonccd to  /���������nol for fniiuliih'tii  practices,  Wong Knt Woh, Ch'inoHe o.ommlH-  ������������������ioiii'i' to .Iiipiui. wiih Kiiffocutoil by  cliiiri'iial fumes nl  Yokohoma.  A   New Anaesthetic.  A sedative known as scopolamin, an  alkaloid extracted from a plant of the  nightshade family, lias been hit upon  lately by Paris hospital physicians as  a most agreeable anaesthetic, and has  been used recently with success in this  country. As is commonly known, the  use of chloroform is subject to accidents when used in surgery; ether  produces nausea, stupor, and other unpleasant effects; cocain and stovain  while excellent local anaesthetics, are  no more than local. So the search  been made for some drug that will not  do any ot .thes3 things iind it is  thought to have been found iu.scopa-  lamin. Under the influence of tins  the patient falls asleep gradually and  comfortably; his intellectual functions  'continue (so that he awakes easily on  being spoken to"or shaken),' but the  whole, sensitive system is ���������anac'st'ietis--  cll so'that pain has no effect-on him.  "HFli^55n"**r*rat*^  ���������iition as if from a normal sleep, quite  comfortable aud with his usual appetite', and has no recollection whatever  of what has been done.  HOW'S THIS?  "> offer One ftnndred l*ollnrs Rewnril for nny  ��������� use of ( alarrli Unit riinnot lx) euro.I hr Hull's Cot  ni-rh Cnhi.   t. .1. CHKNKY & CO.. Toledo, O.  We.  the imde.tm xned,  have known  K.  j.  Clioney  ���������oi Um Ins*  1"> yi'iu-s, ii������'<l Uol.evc htm perfectly hon-  nniliU-    n  all  huHimtiH trunsiirt ons aiiii fimim'iull.v  nl>le to ciiriv out mi,', ohlif.vi'Jmis itilide by his tiruu.  VValuin'i.   Klsnan  4  Marvin,  Wliolc-iil.'  DriiuijiHbi. Tolodo, 0.  Hull's Catarrh Cure is tiiki'ii tiitci-iiully. iK-tins  'lin-i-tlx ii|.on tin- lilmvl lin.l niu.'Ons surl'uces of the  -.vs-tmii. 'lo.-M.miiu nls Mint (run. l'ricc 75c. |iej  'Kit lit".      jVolil   1������   uii   l)ril|;���������'ist<.    'lake lliiil'n ' iinnl.i I' Us for i-on������t pillion.  j It reta;ins old and Makes New  Friends.���������Time was when Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil had but a small field  of distribution, but now its territory  is widespread. Those who first recognized its curative qualities still  value it as a specific, and while it retains its old friends it is ever making  new. It is cc-rta'in that whoever once  uses it will not bo without it.  Snuff andVSavagery.  Tlio, habit of snuff-taking lms been  confirmed among savage tribes for ages  past. In South Africa it is used among  Swa/as, Uasutos, and Matabelos. Every Zulu to-day, even in towns carries  a 'little square box suspended around  Iiis nock by a piece of string or gut,  and tlio snuff spoon (i'or they do not  indulge in tho homely "pinch"), carved out of she-op's bone, often orna-  hionted with intricate geometrical designs, and for convenience carried  hanging downwards through a,.slit in  the lobo of tho ear. Tho Zulu regards  tho lobe of Iiis ear as a useful receptacle for various articles ho meets  with. Tho uinfnan, or houseboy, universally mot with in Natal, bus a penchant 'for safety pins, which hnvo to  bo carefully hidden from his sharp  eves; oven then, after going through  tlio rooms, lio is usually to Im soon  with a string of those pins suspended  from ouch our until they reach hiN  .shoulders.  Japan proposes paying off the country's debt in thirty years uf a rate of  .fill. 1)00,000 a yonr.  An appeal is made to Americans for  funds to restore the tower of Piirloigh  Church ami hung a peal of bells in it.  This is the church of which the Hev.  l-nwrom-o Wmdiington, ancestor of  George Washington, was rector from  NJ'W to KM.  Paper Handkerchiefs.  New vork.���������Several lcauim** London  physicians are now advocating the use  of a handkerchief made of paper. This  is not only with the idea of preventing the spread of. consumption, but, a  myriad-of other diseases. It is argued  that a linen handkerchief which is  carried in the pocket and becomes  heated, is necessarily a, disseminator  of undesirable germs and wi. , the aid  oT*1I1i*nflrtm7"T^  deadly organisms is kept up.  It/is customary in,, many English  sanitariums to provide the patients  with paper handkerchiefs, which, after  use, are placed in receptacles where  they are immediately cremated. Most  of the luiKvdkercliiels used in these sanitariums are of Japanese make as the  English make has not come into favor  on account of their being much Harder  in texture than the Japaneso.  The smallest tree in the world is "the  dwarf willow of Great Britain���������two  inches high.  THE cost of living is  an important thing  in, most homes. You  may have to figure closely in these matters. A  little extra on a barrel  of flour may look big to  you.  But there is a difference between spending  money wisely and spending it foolishly.  Sometimes it is economy to spend instead of to  save. It is in the case of  Royal Household Flour.  Those few extra cents  a week,  that give  you  Royal Household Flour  in preference to, inferior flour, buy health.  Nothing contributes so much to the food you  eat as flour, and therefore nothing should be more  carefully bought. Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour  is the whitest, cleanest and most nutritious flour that's  milled. It is the only flour  that is absolutely pure.  Ask your grocer.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd.  Montreal.  "O-rilvie's Book for a Cook,"  contains 130 pages of excellent  Tecipes, some never published before. Your grocer can tell you  how to get It FREE.  BEECHAM'S PILLS  are the best remedy for a deranged stomach. They are a sate and  gentle laxative; a reliable cure for obstinate Constipation, Bilious  Attacks, Sick Headache and all disorders arising from a weak Digestion, sluggish Liver or clogged Bowels.   Beecham's Pills   "'���������'-&  and "are: a world-famous medicine for the cure of these prevalent  complaints. Their cost is a trifle; their use���������a duty. For your  health's sake, insist on Beecham's Pills. They do more for your  body than any other remedy. Krfown and used by hundreds of  thousands all over the globe.  Prepar-.-d only by Thomas Beecham, St. Helens. Lancashire, England.  Sold by all Dru-rglita In Canada and U. S. America.    In boxes 2*5 cents.  MOTHER  AND  BABY.  Every mother who has used Baby's  Own Tablets will tell you that they  are the best medicine in the world  for the cure of constipat'ion, colic,  sour stomach, Indigestion, diarrhoea,  sleepleshess, teething troubles, and  other ailments of children, You can  give these tablets to a new-born baby  with absolute safety���������they always do  good; they cannot possibly do harm.  Their use means health for the child  and comfort for the mother. Mrs. C.  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"By Henry 'Bertinghoff  jj _���������.^  Copyright, 190S, hy AfcC'ure, PhiUipt <t Co.  "If only we could win that reward,"  Baid Jessie wistfully, "we would not  have to wait until you got your raise."  "I'm more likely to meet tbe robbers  than the reward," laughed Hulliduy.  The girl's face went white.  "Joe," she cried, grasping his nrm,  "do you mean to say that they are likely to hold up your car?"  "1 was only fooliug," he laughed. "I  didn't mean to scare you, dear."  She turned from the poster announcing $5,000 reward for the arrest of each  of the three men who had been holding  up. tbe trains on tlie B. and G., and  they went across the street from the  station to where the polished marble  , of the soda fountain gleathed attractively in the light.  Halliday did not commence his run  until nearly midnight, and there *was  * till an hour before tlie train should  roll In from the east.  They said nothing more about the circular, but Jessie's face was clouded,  and,.try as he would, Joe could not  coax a smile from her.  Tbe Denver Red gang was operating  along a line some 300 miles to the  south, and Halliday had given no particular thought to the poster. Even  now he did not realize that Jessie was  conjuring in her brain visions of an  express car shattered by dynamite and  an express messenger, with a face very  like his own, bleeding from a dozen  wounds.  When the whistle of the limited  sounded far down the valley they arose  and retraced their way to the station,  and in the rush of checking his lists  Halliday lost sight of Jessie. When at  last he stood in the doorway of the car  watching the loading of the baggage  car behind he did not see the eager face  upturned toward his0 It was too late to  ���������*-���������jump-down-and-go-lu-searGh.of-hen,.and  as he stood in the door of the car while  the train rattled through the yards he  wondered what had become of her.  Usually hers was the last face he saw  as they pulled out on their long run  over the divide.  Then he turned to his invoices again  and soon was so busily occupied that  he never heard a footstep until a pair  of hands were clasped over his eyes.  With a cry he sprung to his feet and  reached for the shotgun in the rack by  the door. He was in the very act of  taking it down when a cry caused him  to turn again and he confronted Jessie.  "I know It's wrong and It's against  orders and all that sort of thing," she  announced defiantly, "but I just know  that there is trouble ahead for you tonight, and I wanted to be with you."  "There'll be trouble enough ahead If  the super finds out," he agreed. "It's  dead against tho rules for any one to bo  permitted to ride In tho express cars."  "You didn't permit me," she argued  with feminine logic. "I stole a ride, and  you can't very well put mo off. That's  all."  "I wish It were," he said quietly as ho  turned to bis seat again.  "Joe," she cried penitently, "I'll bo  very good and won't bother you at nil."  She crept buck to tlio end of iho ear,  whore, aided by tlio dim light, she had  oonooalwl hoiwlf and snuggled down.  It wus a loug run, and there was much  work to bo done. Suddenly Iliillldtiy  gave a low whistle, and alio sprang to  his side.  "What Is It, dear?" she asked anxiously. He pointed to an entry in tho  Invoice.  "If Denver Hod find his gang know  of that they'd be up hero In a hurry,"  bo declared. "Thero should bo $80,000  worth of diamond-- In that stife,"  "Yon don't suppose Ihoy can find out,  do you?" she asked iiiixloiiHly.  Joo shook his head, "I don't supposo  to," ho said; "but, all tho same, thoy  bavo been lucky in picking up only tho  cars with rich lends. That's probably  why tho shipment was mado ovor this  lino."  For twenty minutes they tnlked of  tbo possibility of a holdup. Then Jessie crept off to hor nook again, and  Halliday wont on with his work. Suddenly, wltb a screech and a Jar, the  entrlne en me tn n stop. .Ino Kpniftflr to  tho prtrtly opened door to close It, but  he was half a mlnuto too lute, for two  burly forms sprang through tho opening, and whllo ouo covered hhn with  a platol the other Moored him, suciirely  WniHltr him wllli the bell rope,  Before ho had concluded tho engine  had started again, and Joo knew that  they wero taking ihe oar dowu tho rond  to whoro ihey could work with great or  rrowlom. Tboy wore climbing a grade,  and while thoy wero headed for tlio  top iho other cars wero iirohulily -slipping back.  VreeoMly there waa another Jerk as  tbe engine slowed down, and tho two  robbers turned to Joe. "Where's tbt  key to the safe?" they demanded.  "I haven't any," was tho cool ro������  ���������pouso.  ���������*Tb������-'������ tht through sift. I'������  not supposed, to uniocK it."  "He must have the key somewhere,"  suggested the second man. "Lend a  band."  They knelt beside him on the floor  and unceremoniously rolled, bim over  as they searched his pockets. So occupied were they that they gave heed  to nothing else until a stern command  of "Drop that!" rang through the car,  and they sprang to their feet to confront a short barreled shotgun in Jessie's hands.  Instinctively they threw up their  hands while they commented upon tha  situation witb a vigor of language that  led Jessie to remark that she would  ehoot anyway unless tbey kept sileut. ���������������������������.  Still covering thein with a gun, she  moved forward to where'Halliday lay  and with oue band cut the cords which  bound him. It was an easy task aftei  that to bind and gag the two men, and  together she and Joe, who had armed  himself from the outlaws' belts, dropped from the car and got to ���������the aid of  the fireman and engineer, who were  under the guard of tlie third member  of tbe party.  Here they were four against one, and  ten minutes later the engine and car  were backing down the grade to pick  up the train, while Jessie, now that the  danger had passed, sat in Joe's chair,  her girlish frame alternated shaken  with laughter and tears.' "  "it was easy," she explained. "I was  asleep until the train stopped. That,  woke me up, aiid 1 was just filing to  ask what was the matter when \ beard  the two men. '  "I thought it would be best to wait a  moment and see what was happening,  then 1 remembered how you jumped  for that shotgun in tbe rack.  "It was right over my bead, and they  were so busy with you that they never  thought that there might be a second  person in the car."  ">Yertn't you afraid?" he asked curiously.  "Awfully," sbe confessed frankly.  "You sie, I was afraid I might have to  shoot toem, and I never shot wiy one,  and I knew it would be horrid."  "it's a wonder they didn't take  chances of you missing and make a try  anyhow," suggested Halliday.  "Huh," came a voice from out of the  darkness, "ber hand shook so that Bill  and I couldn't tell what she was going  _to shoot at.  She was waving that gun  TRAPPERS IN ONTARIO.  Strenuous  Life  Followed  by  Quit*  Number of Canadians.  ���������f-f-TT-T fT*>TT*T*f*r4-<  OVER THE PRECIPICE.  WANTED.  The hides of mink, fox, skunk,  musKrat, and of the Individual  wno stole six traps from Deer  Creek by the "Century Oak."  W  H������������������-.  round so she'd have blown the whole  Bide of the car off if she had fired. If it  had been a man we'd plugged him, but  we haven't been used to feminine society lately, and we were kinder taken  aback." '  Sage, the superintendent, took much  the same view of it the next morning  when he had Halliday In the office.  "Of course," lie said, "it was a distinct violation of- the rules to have the  girl aboard, and yet it was the fact thiit  a woman was holding them up that did  the trick."  "I didn't let her come on the Oar,"  protested Halliday, to whom a violation  of the rules seemed more important  than1 tbo capture of the outlaws,  "Well," said the superintendent, with  Just tho suggestion of a srailo, "the best  way to stop that is to get you a placo  as express agent and keep you in tha  station. Tbat ought to keep your wife  from breaking the rules about strangers  In the cars. With the larger salary and  tho $15,000.reward you ought to make's  pretty fair start,"  "Can't start any too quick for me,"  muttered Halliday, and he proved It the  noxt morning by getting married.  A Tithe Collector,  When any one, even the minister, attempted an argument with Miss Mtirla  Higgins, he wns pretty sure to find  hlmsolf worsted In tho ond.  Tho minister objected at times to tho  firm manner in which Miss Illgglim  placed his duty before lilm at every  opportunity, although ho had a groat  respect for hor character.  "I cau't boo my way to preaching a  sermon ou tithes Just yet," ho said  meekly, ono day, when .Miss Higgins  had beon making kin a long call. "Tho  pooplo havou't much money, you know,  Miss Higgins, and Ibey cau't divide up  other tilings vory well. Even you  couldn't, always. Suppose, for Instance, you should go bomo sud tlud  your hens bud in Id fifteen eggs, how  would you munugo to give a tenth of  them to tho Lord?"  "1 should come back and take you  and your wlfo homo to tea with mo,"  said Miss Higgins, with a grim smile,  "and I guess when I'd mado a scramble of six of iboi*o eggs and not you  two down to It tlio Lord would get his  tltho fast enough."  Itiri-ntora  eif Ota.  Mere Invention was regard*! ts  somewhat vulgar lo indent times.  Archimedes mado llttlo of bis mechanical Inventions. They wero only tbo  uuiuauuit-uU of swOkUvU}-, te sal J, s"'l  only at tho behest of his sovereign did  ho consent to glvo practical expression  to tho many wonderful schemes with  which his brain teomed. And when  Kudoxui tnd Arcbytso took seriously  to mechanic* thoy wore denounced by  riato as corrupting snd debasing tbo  excellence of f-*<>tnctry, by mnltlnft ber  descend from intellectual to corporeal  things. Tho iareator was loaf thereafter despised hy tht phllotophonr*  sad fMcktaica T*s-firde4 tta-pti: *������ ���������  to-s-rt ���������! tajuaa art     _-  t  I  -t >-HHT*Hr**H-f*HTTT -f ������������������* t ���������  The foregoing little printed entablature from a wee sheet published down  in the fur belt serves to show that the  present season has been a strenuous  one for the Ontario fur hunters, also,  wo may Infer that with the trapper  sometimes there are occasions when  "furbearance" ceases to be a virtue,  says The Toronto Star.  The crop of early rose, night-blooming, polecats, musk'rats, mink, moles  and raccoons has been a very generous  one this year, and farmers' sons have  earned considerable tobacco money by  trapping and shooting the fragrant  skunk and his Ilk. The crops of all  these skins, excepting mink, have been  very plentiful. The mink has not been  quite so much In evidence, but even  the old reliable skunk is not extinct.  The old style of trapper, with the  smoke-tanned trousers, hound's-ears  cap, and long barrelled gun, is rapidly  becoming superseded by the farmer's  son. The most typical of the old style  trappers yet remaining Is Trapper John  Smoke, who makes his rendezvous  down in Norfolk County. John occasionally gets "the big mink," but his  vocation is not so remunerative as in  former days.  "There wuz a time," complains Trapper Smoke, as he puffs on a pipe  about the size of an inkstand. "There  wuz a time w'en I k'd set me traps  all along the cricks in quietness and  peaceness, but now somebody ls sure  to steal 'em, T'e farmers' boys ketch  all the fur on their prop'ty an' there's  none enny more to ketch enny way."  A great deal of good home "fur ls  found down In Southern Ontario, near  the lakes. A great proportion of the  fur ls that of skunk and miiskrat.  The kittenish little skunk when in  good condition, and of a black hue,  brings about $2. Poorer grades bring  75 cents or a dollar. There are many  skunks to be found in the western peninsula of Ontario, and there is a great  demand for our skunk in Germany and  old London. The demand is greater  -than_the_EUD-Qly. _v_ _  The muskrat or musquash is found  in generous numbers around the waterways of the province. Floods last year  made trouble In their steam-heated  apartments, and many rat families were  drowned. "Rats" cannot be trapped after the ice comes, but as the freezing  up this winter was so late many have  been caught down ��������� In the southern  counties.  With the furriers the skins are known  as, "Baltic seal." Muskrats- are getting  up In price, Thousands of these furs  are now used in lining gentlemen's and  ladles' coats. Somewhat of a novelty  In furs, an all-muskrat coat, was seel-  on a gentleman in Yoiige street the  other day, and as a piece of fur art was  commendable.  Mink flourishes everywhere. The fur  is durable, and when properly made  up, rivals the Russian sable. The best  mink furs come from the vicinity tan-  'gent in Lake Superior.  A good mink" skin In the raw brings  about $5. Other qualities of mink descend In value to about $2.  Outside of Chatham, there are places  where coons may be freely hunted.  Raccoons are found In wooded districts  and they produce suitable fur for  handsome and durable scarfs and  muffs. Canadian 'coon Is the best 'coon,  and is worth from $2 to $2.50 each' for  first-class hides, 'Coons are also used  a groat deal In the cartoonist's profession. Tha poorer class of 'coon skirt,  brings about 75 cents.  There ts a bush in North Toronto, a  certain portion of bush near the t)on  lliver, a district near Kgllnton, and a  locality near Peterfoor'', where 'coons  are to ba had.  A fow good bear hides come from  Northern Ontario, nnd aro used In the  manufacture of rug*, sl-'lgh robes, nnd  co^ehmi'ii's capes. An occasional sable  Is also found In Northern Ontario.  Even Iii Iho country now there promises to spring up a lucrative Industry  in tho procuring of snake skins, Simks  skins uro used hi the United State* foi  the manufacture of ladles' automobilo  coats.  "How about tho sllvsr fox���������do yoy  get any?''  "We have to get the stiver fox from  the Yukon now. He Is a 'ruro bird,' In  Ontario we get plenty of red fox, also  a uross between red und bluok foxes,  "Tho hunting of the maltose cat Is  profitable .Thousands of malteso cui������'  hides aro used In lining routs This  sort of llnliur Is much used in Kngland.  Cat fur makes a, good lining, and has  little odor.  "Tim Oovarnmanf hnn plneerl for a  few years a restriction on tho shooting  ami tiuppliiK ot otter <uiu Ottitvei.'  A Tracle Adventure In a Bliaaard la  thc Antarctic.  Here is an adventure in the antarctle  regions taken from Captain Robert F.  Scott's "The Voyage of the Discovery."  Nine men are returning from a sledge  expedition in a blinding snowstorm:  "An unusually violent squall prevented  us from seeing even one another. I immediately ordered a chain to be formed at right angles aud extending across  our track, each man keeping in touch  with the rest, with the idea of intercepting Hare, who was missing, when  he came on. We shouted aud blew  whistles, and while this was going on  Evans stepped back on to a patch of  bare, smooth Ice and shot out of sight  Immediately. Thinking the slope to be  one of the short oues so common in tbo  folds of the hills, Barue sat dowu aud  deliberately started to slide in Evans'  track. In a moment or two the slope  grew steeper, and soon he was going at  GIVES TWO REAL  GOOD REASONS  OR   BELIEVING   DODD'S    KIDNEY  PILLS CURE ALL KIDNEY  AILMENTS.  .Cured His Backache of Twenty-Five  { -Years' Standing and Satisfied Every-  i one He Recommended Them to.  ] Economy Point, N, S., March 19���������  | Special).--tieorge a.' McLaughlin,, of  j his place, gives two splendid reasons  ' orchis'belief that Dodd's Kidney Pills  | re'the ono remedy for Kidney ail-  j nents. Hern are xho two re-isons in  |  is own words;  j "1 was troubled with lame back for  i r> years or more, somefitiies so sev-  j re that 1 could not turn myself in  ��������� bed. One box of Dodd's Kidney Pills  | ureil mo. and 1 have had no return o  i he trouble .since. ���������  !    "I   have ...recommended Dodd's   Kid-  'ney Pills to a number of persons who  a pace which left him no power to con- jhnd  Kidney  trouble.     All   who have  trol his movements.   He whipped out {used them have    been   benelitted or  ured."  Dodd's Kidney Pills' not only relieve  11 Kidney Diseases, from Backache  o Bright's Disease, but they absolute-  y cure them. But sometimes where  ne or two boxes relieve it takes  more to make a complete cure.  his clasp knife and dug it into the ice,  but tbe blade snapped 'off short and  failed to check his Mild career. In a  flash the Ice changed to show, which  grew softer until, in a smother of flying particles, bis rapid flight was arrested and he stood up to find Evan*  within a few feet of him."*  The French army will be equipped  A third man joined them In similar |with a complete    corps   of    armored  fashion: "Realizing the impossibility  of ascending again by tbe way tbey  had come, they started to descend, but  within four paces of tbe place at which  tbey had been brought te rest they  found that the slope ended suddenly Ua  a steep precipice, beyond which tbey  could see nothing but the clouds ot  whirling snow. Even as tbey recoiled  from this new danger and dimly realized tbe merciful patch of soft snow  which had saved them from it a yelping dog flew past them, clawing madly  at the icy slope, and disappeared forever into the gloom beyond." Tbe six  others eventually moved on until they,  too, found themselves on an awkward  slope: "Their leader suddenly saw tbo  precipice beneath his feet and far below, through the wreathing snow, tho  sea.  "Another step would have taken him  over the edge. He sprang back with  a cry of, warning, and those behind  him, hearing it, dug their heels instinct-  -ive!y--into���������the~sur-faee,���������andrVwith-one-  exception, all succeeded in stopping.  What followed was over in ah instant.  Before his. horror stricken companions  bad time to think poor Vinee, unable to  check himself with his soft fur boots,  had shot from among them, flashed  past the leader and disappeared."  Vince was never seen again, but Hare,  the first missing man, staggered back  to the ship two days after the others,  remembering nothing between struggling to a patch of rock for Bhelter and  waking'thirty-six hours later covered  with snow.  notoi* cars.  Bishop  Henry C.    Potter    of    New  iork is visiting American churches in-  Kurope.  A Grand Medicine" is the encomium often passed on Bickle's Anti-  -onsumptiye Syrup, and when the re-  ults Irom-'its use are considered as  borne out by many persons who have  employed it in stopping coughs and  eradicaliag colds, it Is "more than  grand. Kept in tne house it is always  at hand and it has no equal as a ready  remedy, if you have not tried it, do  so at once.  _ Tlie police of London have a collection of -70,000 sets oi' finger print* 0f  criminals.  The-remedy'foi* Ireland, according to  J. H Ctinninghame, is to encourage  and  foster her ma nu facta i*es.  Sunlight Soap js better than other  soaps, but is best  when used  in the  ^nJ*ght^_w=a,\u=_-Biiy===Si]nIight=Soap~  and follow directions.  Owing.to  the dispute between  Bel  fast  shipbuilders  and    tlieir    pattern  makers, about 180 men wont on strike  THE MAN ON  FOOT. ���������  Ia   Slnmbonl   He  Una   JJo   Hlghta   m  Afgeiuat <li<" Homcnit-.ii.  One of tho peculiarities In Stamboul  Is tho Insolent demeanor of the horseman to the footman. Many times dally  you will see somo rascal of a cabman  trying to drive down a well dressed  man on the street. The drivers rarely  take tho trouble to shout as they approach pedestrians, 1 wus often filled  with wonder at observing the meekness, with which well dressed Turks on  foot submitted to such treatment from  shabby Turks on carriage boxes. Even  when no Injury wns done to such a pedestrian, he waa often bespattered with  mud, Stamboul must be an unpleasant placo iu which to live. Were cabmen iu our country to treat pedestrians  so recklessly thoro would be many  cases of assault and battery, and I  think- some mortality luiiong tlie Jehus.  Ono day I saw a uniformed Turk  picking his way ocrorfs the street, uaing  his saber as a walking stick, A carriage suddenly dashed down on him,  nnd Its driver, nfter nearly running  over him, hurled at lilm a volley of  what sounded like choice Turkish  abuse, The uniformed Turk retorted  not, IIo scraped tbe mud off his uniform, stuck bis siihor under bis arm  and waded aahoro. In our country a  man with a saber would have used It  on tlio driver's back. By thli I do not  mesn that tbo Turks aro lucking In  ���������spirit���������far from It, but apparently It  would seem to be the custom of ihe  country that the mnn on foot, as  hgula*t tbo man on honM-biiel*. lias no  rlghts.-~"A Lovmitlno Log Book," by  Jerome Hurt.  Minard's L'ininieiit Co.. Limited  Have   used. MINARD'S   LINIMENT  or Croup;  found nothing to equal it  sure* cure.  ���������   ' , '    ��������� "CHAS. E.  SHARP.  Hawkshaw, N. B., Sept. 1st, 1905.  t'OM-  Tlie   llnliinx   garrison  is    now  trolled entirely by t'aiiiulinns.  ("li'iinda's mineral proiliution during  V.m uggrogntcd over .1|ii;s,."i()(),lH)l)) as  compared with >?tiO,073,8iJ7 i'or tho  pvevioiiM year.  In the lust yeiir  with Sontb Africa ���������  ,*j*iiU,OlKUHR),  .Germany's  trildo  lm.s   hutch Ked    by  THE ROAD TO HEALTH.  ies Through the Rich. Red Blood Dr,  Williams' Pink  Pills Actually  Make,'  Coinmn'i pilli' purge tlie bowels,    Dr.  Willinnis'  I'ink    l'ills iniike    new, rich  blood,    I'nri-iiiy:  pills   giillop  through  the   hiiwi'l*.    tearing the     tissues,   irri-  jtntiip'  the oi'fAiiiih iiml wealieiiing  tlio  Williiiiii.-"  'ink  lllrda ot a Fes-ther,  The old chapel at l-'avorsham, England, wits ut one time lu charge of  Hev. II, .1. Hook, Hpiirrow mid Cuckoo  wero the names of two of tlio deacons.  Mrs. Martin was clmpel keeper. Mr.  Lark, Miss Crow and Miss Nightingale  wore in the congregation. The ihupel  Itself was situated in Partridge luue.  'whole system, Dr.  j l'ills i!<i' unl pur������e nt nil, They're  ; tonic j'ill*', Mil-thing pills, strengthen-  1.im* pills. hlood-liiiiMinn pills, Pr.  i Will in ins' 1'inl' IMIIh iicliuilly nmke  ; new blood, Tlmt is why lliey are tlio  I only scientific euro ior nil blood <lii������������  jeie.es. That is why they cure lieiul-  ! iielies mid liiiekiiehe-i, kidney troubles,  ��������� iiiiliuesliiiii, iii'iinilt'iii, rlieiiiitnlisiii,  : lieitrt troubles, mnl the Npecili) nil-  I inciits oi growing i*irlN mid nuituro  [iiuiiieii, Piiigirn'. l'ills net onlv on the  -.vmiliums ot disease; pr. Williams'  > Pink Pills go -dt'ttiglit to the root of  tint trouble in the blnnd- -nnd cure,  Mr. .John lbii'!,e. Klmd/ile, P.K.I.,  snvs; "| think Dr, WilliiiniK' i'ink  I Pills the bi'ht iiieilirine in the world.  I 1 hnd iih nttiicl* of pi'ieutiiotiin which  I wns lolloweil by extreme iienoiisnes"!  ,11110 I lit'Ulllittlslii, I I him i siuiie nl mil  j best   iliti'tors   but   ������;iit   uolhjl'ii   tn   help  n*il I K<-'*;iii inkine- Pr   "IViHi'iiii-."  ti,    .slier tuliing the pills some  I'liubl   iit'tiinllv   feel   the    new  <'laat Tartlt-s,  At tlie zoo of ll.iiiibuiu the youug  children ride races upon giant turtles.  Tlie boya and girls who ride tbe slug-  glab monsters dangle bunches of groen  food at the cod of a stick In front of  the creature* to loduco them to *aorfc  flam a Ai-������*rMlnar tm Ortlrr.  Bill Hnndy of Murlilehesd, un nrdent  Republican during the a in Is In very agi-  tat Ion, caught !1nI\ nnd w>ld eliuiin for j ������.' '���������"'''  a livelihood.   One of his eustonifrs, a | J^'J,/ " lwA  i'I'mi"  tietiiner-it,   ...^.'."rl  Konie elnrni    , ,     ',     ,  and told bim to be u\we and cut off | n,,  the "t.lrtek abolition heads."   When he { M,  delivered them he snid, "Mr. Hrown, ] to  here nre your cIhiiih; reiki UeuiocraU��������� j l������v, Willium*. I  all bodlog and no heads."-        ������. ���������I<������*- new, rich,   lii*nlili...-iving   blood.  ��������� | luiitittiuiit* nnil  the M.enlled   "just  ns  ������������������������������������ ���������-������������������    ��������� ;..i..i!"    ',,...!    ;...  ���������    tic,i,    i U"   '   .i i'i". .lie,  Insist  on  the  s-eiuiiiH- with    the   full  inn.! .     IV.   "Willi..!!;-' F'i-i!.     Pi!!-   (or  M-iii' iuh! iii the toitr-e ni n few  k> more I Has I'Dinpletily ivMoied  leullh."     Hi'iiiemher lluil   it   is only  Willii'iie. Pink Villx lluil inn iimko  CnvrlraX...  Tabhy I 'ad ji !������������������������'!rd PI-a viore ������n/"#,  but when I foiiuil what It made me  look like I ������ot it cut off. Bu������*-y-An* I  ���������ad a faeo llko fours onee, sn* when I  P.lle   i*.ii|Vi'V    oil   the  ui,i/i|iei   in,  '���������������������������(,���������]'  11'iv     Kuld bv  nil medicine dealers or  hv until nt .'ill cents h hox or sis Uoxei  'mim! I ooukln't get It ������ot off I grow ���������   [<������r fl*0 j>v ������ritinu The Dr. Willi-aius'  Ixai-d. .Medicine C'o , Hiookville, Ollt. &ET&W,  ���������sre  **a*5t* i*K - ii |r pasjajas  MCE  |.,t .a Low -Price,  W*p.olesa.lo ;*ind Betail.  Sweet and Qlejin -������vu '������kv  ^9 (S'^$............ ...... $2.65  KU ABE  jtJ^. 5 Japtown,. ...CL^-mberland B.O.  For CANDIES  NoyEi-TiEs,   Pictures,  Frames wd cleaning  of frames.  P,   HUN0EN  Cugiberjand  ������-i^~ ���������j-.-  1!WW!f**  ���������JBAK:E35t������  DREAD., Cakes and Pies deliyer-  *^   .ed daijy to any part of City.  yLL?CK0F.- Groceries  C. H, TARBELU  Hi������^ Qn^e stoye������  $n.d all Kitchen "Require*o*.eiitf*  &, GENERAL HARpWAp:'  .. . Co ���������-  .  ,������Qy*&L������!> ���������?��������������� (GOLi-������eTiO^  A. SostoTainaB'a Scheme Far merest*.  ts-sj: ,������>������ >*b*reh l���������antr-*>ti,tioa.  tn a.small town Id England there ls a  rich congregation wbich Is not .cbarao.  terlzed by .lavish liberality. Time after  time the minister bad vainly appealed  ,to his people to contribute more generously to the funds of the church. Tbe  members would Indeed give something,  but It was nearly always the smallest  sliver coin of the reajm that was placed on tbe plate. A shrewd Scotchman  Who had recently .come to the place and  Joined the .church was uot long In noticing this .state of affairs, and a remedy noon suggested itself to bis practical  mind.  "I'll tell you what." he said to one of  ���������the otllclala, "If .you mak' me treasurer  I'll engage to double tbe collection lu  three months."  His offer was promptly accepted, and,  sure enough, the collections began to  Increase until by tbe time he had stated they were nearly twico as much as  formerly.  "How have you managed It, Mr.  ISandymanr aald tbe pastor to him one  day.  "It's a great secret," returned the  canny Scot, "but I'll tell you In confidence. The folk, I saw, mostly gave  threepenny bits. Weel, when I got the  money every Sabbath morning I carefully picked oot the sma' coins and put  them by. Noo, as there's a limited  number of threepenny pieces in a little  place like this and as I have malst o"  them at present under lock and key, tbe  folk maun give saxpences at least instead. Sae that's the way the .collections aro doubled."  ^J-y������a-H-asjii������  ..K'ENOE.  TENTS  ��������� (���������, ..*.&���������    .. - ��������� ���������    ,\;;J.:W������?r"  ^mmmV*  COPY.Rjd-Htff iuo  Anyone m-iull**'.- a -ketch ani,ile������W  ulr asflortuln, true, rtliothi.: an ii  jbably tiatontablQ. Golmwter  nfldantlaV. ojdsst'agett&Mifm ,  ululrasflortutn, true,  pain���������-���������������������������- *  fa), i  IIehtific aIpjgan,  rebably patotitablo. X*0:  "" itftT. "   .wat-  ts������  HTIfl    jOd, laurel  ���������tbs, ' "'"I*-"���������.'  ������6^f  Waha;  Diamond Cotters.  8p*-nklng of women In the Jewelry  jbusiBess, u diamond merchant said:  "In other branches of the Jewelry  trade than diamond cutting women  have made some unqualified successes.  .Not one of Eve's daughters, from royalty down, 1 Bbould say, that Isn't an  ftrtlst In the wearing of d'amonds.  Many are well versed In the tricks of  .buying and selling tbem, while others  five excellent satisfaction in polishing,  letting then* and preparing them for  "the ma,rket  "But when It comes to the real cut-  ting of tbo --tones tbey lack he patience, Judgment and steadln-isi* of  Hervo--*ffhlcb���������constitute���������the���������expertlH__  stock In trade. It would seem that dla  ���������mondg haw the same effect upon the  yvomi^n who wishes to shape them tbat  "they do on tho girl who Bees one of  ���������the������ ���������sparkling In her new engagement  .ring���������pats her In a tremor of excitement; henci* diamond cutters are lt������  yarUWy ffiwu."  A Wlfjrs PrrreutXoe,  Illustrate  ,Uoa  losttndl  aotoati   ojitbs, " tjrpOtolA-fb'Obl  Ij-yKO-f* PATB**T8B0Mil*00,  MUNN   A  CO.,  361 ltroutlwuv, New York*  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  ]fo& FI^T-GLASS  CANDY, PftUIT-M,  MOW ft TOBACCOS.  -"���������������"! Ul W.1  '������������������^������������������..-U  ir  HARNESS  "11     WIZARD is proparod to  * * ���������   till any Qrdors for J?in,o or  fleiivy Hsrneii, at short no >oi.  "Ah, John writes that he'* boon tnotrie-  plated at college. Thet's good. Somo  ���������pidtmlo *songbt br,e#J-. -*'it.,*-Wow for*  teitrnai.    ���������.,  llf-yond lleonll.  "We novor remember tho fnci������s of thoss  we love moat dcni'ly."  "Thill's no. To huvo mo I enn't tell  what a liundrcd dollar bill looks llke.">  WILLARD BLOCK,     Cumberland,  iBiii  .J.  'S  \  Nurseries,. Gr$eft Houses  and ������eedhouses.  Vancouver  B. C.  Headquarter-* for Pacific Coast  Grown garden, flower and field  SEEPS      ���������  -New crop now i'i and on test in  our GifceiiliouBeB. Ask your mer*  chant for iht-.ni, in fsealed lockages*,  If he do{jWt handle tlieni we will  .mail  ,50 Assorted 6c Packages of Vegetable and b'l.ivver 8ccd>, (mir own tieleo-  tion) (suitable for li <" tiurvit-ua  For $100  SPECIAL PRICES ON YOUR BULK  SEEDS  **m**m  mmm  T������ENGINEERINGafi  Mimno Journal  --���������HP  NOW IN |TS 39th VUAR  Ti"> loading minlnu purlodteal nf  tho wirl-l, wita tbo Btrongiwl miUorlttl  ���������itnlt ...'M.i'trM'iilllisill pilMli'nllnil.  i>.������(i*'.iii.,. u va.nu u ������!.,������ {'������������������>���������' ���������:  Ina V, a., Ciftnivulun, Mt^leau po.itiipn).  Bamj.b copy trixi.  Hond for Hook  CaUK|(*UM.  l'llllUCATIOK OFFICII  808 Pearl Street. New York  R.C. GROWN FRUIT AND  ORNAMENTAL TREES  N,o\v ready for Spring ship'nent.  ���������Extra nice stock of 2 & 3 year  A pple Treef @ $20 00 per 100  @  $180 00 per 1 000  Maynard Plum, $1 00 each  Italian Prune, 2 yr,fine. $25 per 100  Sujiar Ptune, 2 yr. fine, $30 per 100  f.ujl list o,f other stock at regular prices  ij*o epepecae, loss or delay of fumigation or  inspctetipp /./et me price your 1st before  placing yo.ur  order  Greenhouse plautu, VIoral Work, Bee Sup  plies, Fruit Packapi's,  Ki-.i-tilizoiw etc  Catalogue   Free.  M. J. HKNRY  3010 WestMiitt'Ster. Road  Tancower B. C.  FOR    PRESENTATiiON  PURPQSE?.  STERLING SILVER TgASET  QUADH0PLE SILVER PLAT--  * ED TEA and COFFEE SETS.  CARJN ETS for TABLE SILVER.- '     J'  SOLID GOLD WATCHES  LADIES and   GENTS   WEST-  M IN 8'i;JER CHIN'ING CLOCKS  SOLlf)     (^OLD    J1EADEP  QANES  DetHgns Surpaast-d nowhere  Prices lower than elsewher  Inscription Engraving free and at  P.   STODDART.  WatGhsnakar   emd  Jeweller,   *  $. ataman ,oi Amta-mn amtoeFfiem V*WJI  VpnLera.  M,r. Styies-r-Justi look, ,4������ar, how -^Ktt**  ted this coat ot mine is! _  Mrs, Stylea���������Never mind, loy,e. Thi  .chrysanthemums will r-qoa be hei*e, an4  you can coyer it. v  Church--That  hair Has one o������  town.      ' !"  V Gotham���������Excuse   me,  lightest or brightest?  fellow  with  tbe  long'  tha brightest piJads.itt  PJd  y,ott  sajr  *3'  When In Courtenay Stay At  'Ihe Courtenay Hotel  Every convonieiife for'guests.  . 7 . r������������������ ������������������ 1  .'��������� ^ i ixtrr������������������������������������  ThoCentxal Hotel for Spo^-Jien  None but the Best of Wines and   J-i.(*.uo-*s,  at the  Bar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,  Prop.  WaVerly Hotel  First-ClaBB Accommodation  .. ..at Reasonable/ Rates....  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  5.S-H0RE,  PROPRIETOR. ''  ���������INTERFSTING  ���������IKSTRUCTIVfi  Doctor���������I'm glad to,.Bee the tootoaH  players' pictures appearing Again ia tht  payors.  Sui'Bfon���������I should.think It .was',a littU  bit .early for football cuts.  Patience���������Did you say "ftachellor ts ���������  ���������elf made man?  Patrice���������No; I said ������, aelfjeh mad������  man.    Bill���������Did you know that Muggs' hair  turned white In .a single night?        . V .v  Jill���������it would be a good thing-if bv  Jbir.t vW.o.iild.-r-Xonkera .Statesman.  Bluob Pleaa-antcr.  ^Prosperity baa ruined many.ji''m'a^.*'  "No doubt    Biitr ffvl lvni $*/e*h ���������any  cholop in tho inattorfii-tf rntb������-r be ruin-  ad  by   priisperftyniinn  by adversity.  The jjiooetis is more e.i*joyai>l,e.M  "CORRECT   ENGLISH^  HOW TO USE IT."  A  Monthly Ma(ia/.i*-k " Dkvotrd to tht-:  USK  OK   K-NOUSH.  Joskphink Truck BAKiiii, Editor.  Partial Contents for this "Month.  Course in "BnulUh for the B������������������iii-iiierV  C������iurn*- in Engliah lor the Advauoed Pupil  How to Iiicreaae One's Vocabulary.  The Art of Conversation.  SlMiild and Would:   Row tn Use them.  Pronunciation!* (Uaut-ary Dictionary).  JSJr4**xeotJSat-l,iBh'in .lie tt''roe;_^___ .  the 8oh"ot ~'  ft .U dlfTionilt to .convince, thtfViniul ���������trhe  Is Ktni-vii!-- that thc world Is^ grinding bettor or tluj oin- who has just dhu-d well  tlint it in Retting worse.���������Pittsburg PJr  IV'.l'tl '     . .    ,;        ;'  wvsa^vv**<^������vi������-^^^\^^-^  E. C. Emde  BioyjlBS and Supplies.  ������������������" ��������� ���������������-������������������"*--j���������������***������������������������������������-*-  Local  Agent   for  D 1st I ret for  Comox  Correct Kgiiah in  What to ������������������"���������ay nnd What. Not to Say  Course iu Letter-Writing aud Punctuation.  , Al|jhab<!-u! list of Abbreviations.  Businesss En^liali for tin:, Bnsiueuss Man  Compound Word:   How to, Write Them.  Studies'ln Eujjh.il: Liifrature. ���������,,"������������������  .   .   .   a   .  t ��������� I  ������ f} ��������� ��������� *  WILLIAMS BROS.  Livery Stable  ���������'  ���������r-RAMfl'l'KRB AND   Dl^YMEN      '���������  Single and Doubi.jo hig* ;  for Hnin. , At,i. Oup^iis '..  Promptly   Attkndi^  to    j  ; Third St., Cumb.Qriftnrl.BC'.  When in Omnlierlaiiil  STAY Al THB   YEN DOME.  Kff     Ahh f!ONVKNll*Npi'8  VOU  OllKS'l'S.  $1 a Year.  Send 10c for sample copy  l.'UKKKCT KKGLNJ, Evanston, III.  Cleveland  M assey-II iirrig'  Brantford  Perfect  Rambler  -O-i  Mnl CRAWFORD  COURTENAY. B.C.,  jjREEDEH of    olsteiri Cattle, Ches*  - ter \\ l-.iie I'ij's,,   JJuntii i'lymoui  Rocks, &c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  I imperial    '  Bicycles,  Fairbanks - Morn������ (JaaoleiJ*.e  ���������Jadk of all Tra������4^a'pttgj-a. a  *-*aa---a-B---w-B----B������BjaaBjaMa--a---^^  Second hand \V1|ecl������  for sale.  ���������mhmmmmmmmmm���������mmm*mm*mmmmmm  Acetylene Supplies  Bicycle and general  Repairing ol   Sowing  Machines,      Fishing  Rods, Guns etc.  Seieaore groui.d, Sawn gummed nntl filed.  Key and Pipe fitting.  3rd 8t, Onmberland  sv^^-^y^Mi*^^*^-^-*-^-^  ThkHaHIH ^UI'l'I.IKIl WITH  Best Liquors and Cigars  ' O OANNKR -*  Primrr-mili***;.  Mothor���������Hnw ori������ you ui'tllnit on, N������J-  dy?   Hitvp .vmi liiui nny nportV  Hoy���������Weil, mis, we linv-'ii't enuirtit unj  IIhIi. hut ws'vti d row ii ed st'ViU'Ul woims.-  Vxireh.  IF TURKEYJ_SJROKEN UP.  4a Ami-rlrnn Wnninn'i n*������naon F������i  Wiu-tlnm (o Hn nn tlio ������i������ol,  "CJi'iiW, ii' lln'i'i'V nny (lnuifiT of n  hrciikuii in Turkey 1 wnnt you to tulta  nn' i'u:lit ovi'i- tli. ri'."  "Why nu. my ih'iii'V"  "lb'i'iiiiMi' tliiTi-V miu'i< to ho a luirixiiin  null'   of  nil   tlm   It.ii'i'in   elTccts,   nnd   I  MHllilltl'l       Hli..   ..       i.       III!        ill.-        >>'      '.''''I '*"'"  lb'"lt of "I'll-!" " ,.,,.,..���������(��������� vm.' ������n whh'h  th" fnviirl*'. unci' I'ni'lt! Or n Moorish  mirror that tin! nUn icil tho pt'ffpct fim-  tHf't* Of  Mlllir   luvt'iy   Zilli'iilt)!"  "Or n bciiiitirnl t'lrcaswinii hmiri, my  dour, wliii ii'i ,l.i. In vi.'W of Jut nlts>r������-������l  i-irruniHiiui-'i'**. ii<- wiiiiiii* i" *������1' w-������  kit iii'ii work."  "������*���������������������������>r������c-, yon nre dimply o<llous!"���������  Ciuvolftiul I'liiin UiMilor.  OOOOO 000000000001)00  0  0  o  o  o  0  0  Livery  A3STX)  o  o  c  Jh V M^ ****** *h *h*Jif ������",  mmm  i'sa^tj-eix-  a  ���������prio-pi-iiaj-i-*.  Kiij-linh l x BUUTUy Hlw.yH on ta\, j al.it., tlio fmuouH MtLWAyiCJiK  URKUs-Aihrnisi'i', Hohuuiiiiii, Hohlitu, 4-o, ���������'OUJORRY BKARD"  SOOTtlll WHISKY. Beat Wines an4 Ltfiuors of all kinclf.  Tho Boarding and Lo(lgiii(- D- ijurtmunt, vin-lor tho mmm-Iint-i Htipnrinteu-ian-w of Mian  Ihwm, will lu> fiiutui Kii'nt i-Un-i in uvury rnH|iinjt,  BATES  $1 oo pur doty uj?wands.  A Outrun teed Cure for   Piles.  Ifchiu-**. Blind, BlpsdiDK or 1'rotruding  "PU������������. DruggtaU taluutl inuooy it I'AKU  OrNTM^NT fails to oura any case, nu mat  Mr of hnw Innif stati'linn, in ti tn li ������Uys  First sppliostion given ������������ii������ nnd rest, 6.  If yonr atatglsthssnHit sand 50e ftn-'n.i ������  pen It will ba forwirded post-vaid by I'.iri-  ClimiKfd HIn Mlnrt.  "Nn." Hfii.l Mr. l'toiWoh ih-i'libMlly. **������  tell )������������������������������ oiii'*' fwr i'hi my diuiKiiU'i', Hint V  csnnot think r.f Icrtlim you mnrry thiu  yo.iii-/ mini. Why, lib's nntbiiitf hut ������*���������  poor furmiT."  ������������������Poor fanner, raps'?" ropfntcd Ml"'  FoHilhU. "I itiH-KK you don't know tbiw  fti-titifn "inn ton txcwa ot hue peXaXove  rnnly for tin- fn.ivltit,"  "H    -onx.' Yon .hni't ssyl   I withdraw '  my oi.j. i limi.   My di'iir child, yuu wilt t������o |  floh liiiyond tho dreams of ft*mU*e,"������#  petfoit \.''vtse Vtv*a-  O  o  o  0  0  0  mxt  c  o  0  I ani prepared   to  "furnish Stylish Riejs  and d(> i uaiuiiim ai  reasonable rates.  I). KlLPATRlCK      g  CtlMHKHLANP O  0 0000000OOqOOOOOo  5  c  Campbell's : BAKERY  A Vine 8bleqtion of CAKES  always  on hand.  FRESH BEE AD every day,  Or*J������ ri frr ffPVflthT, CAVFA prmnpllfr nttninlprl %n  Eunsmnir Avenue,  Cumberland.  Cure a Cold in One  TwoDtyt.  Take  Seven  laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, jj (%&      SifSff  MDiir>it hoses wldbil.aitU month*. TMft rfOTatUTe, W -wWfVU OOte 3dC T  *  ff������E OTWS, CTOIMIBLA^O, BEX1ISE  COLUMBIA.  ���������nnj-fuirnAwtxi* am ���������<  *^**s^*s������-*Ba***������a*s*aS*****BSM  *������3  OTE CUMBERLAND NEW������  baued Eveay Tuesday.  W. B. A**t*******-tSGN,    -     -     -      MQ������  The columns of T*ik News are open to all  wto wiah to express therein views o matters of public interest.-.  ,;47hile we do uot hold ourselves re ^onsi-  b"te .far the utterances of correspondency we  esorve the right of declining to insert!  ouianuniofttions unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY,    May  ' 23  1906  ftpimalt & Hanaimo E**  _������������������������, ���������  ������. s. "City of Nanaimo.'  THHOWiiNG   i i-iii  DailsfromVictoria Tuesday, 7 a.m.,lor  Nanaimo, calling at North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay, Crofton,  ;Kuper and Thetis .-islands when freight  or passengers offer.  "Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Bay and Cot-no**..  I '      ' '    ' :'.  "teayes Comox, Wednesday,  8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  '"������������������������������.*������*" Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2  p.m., for  V'ictoria, Ccilling  at Kuper and,Thetis  Js.lands, C.rpfton, Maple Ray, Cowich-  a,n   Bay .and   North   Saanich when  HrwR-tt and  passengers offer  North Saanich  when tide and weather  conditions permit.  ���������trA*NCPITVE*R-- NANAIMO- "t-APY  $MIT"ff   *R0UTE  Sails from Manaimo for Vancouver  .daily, except Satpsriavs and Sundays. 7  a.m.  Sails from Nanaimo for  Vancouver,  .Saturdays, at ,;8��������� a,-m.  Sails fropj   Naiuimo ffnt  -Ladysmith,  Fridays *t*<*}'IfJawr-days at 5,3" .*���������*���������.���������������*.  ' Saijs'frnm   Ladysmith   for Nanaimo,  ���������S-tyrdavs at 6 a.m.  ���������SaVls, (torn Vancouver for Nan:um<>  rfailN^ except Saturdays and Sundays ;>t  it.30p.ro,  Sails from Vancouver for N ������mumn,  ���������Saturdays tf **.Jop.n?.,  TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE  APRILS, 1906  VIOTORtA TO WELLINGTON.  No, 2-Daily.                     No. 4-Snnday  n0. Q.0Q ..Viotoris Du 3.00  m   9.<26,....,..Ooldfltroftm  ��������������� 10.������4.,,./..King's. ..  *��������� 11 00,  I'M  w 123ft..  Ar 12.M.,  I'unoan'B...  .NsDstmo...  Wellington.,  11  11  11  r.M.  11  3 28  4.24  5.00  How tlie Good Huu-te-vKe .Do^a Cl-  to Old Ha bo la**.  ^Always before, we "move.;"  said  i.   '  Billtoiis, "we go through everything  the storeroom asd cull out aiui tlir.  away the things that'we don't want,   i  ���������we never moved, I don't'know .but w[:;  (anally we'd he buried under the ai-.-.  fiulaliou of things which from liai.- ���������  inie we save.  "We save ton*- of newspaper clJpp":,  alone,   aud  wy  always  have u  pile  ���������������..  niuga cities   cout-iiniu;.*  artielos  thai   v..  want to rent! over flj-r.hi, but never .;.  We put. away old clothes and dou't knov  ���������what not of things we've got  thi-oii-.  with that are of n<> earthly use to us. !.,.  that we hate to throw -i\v;iy.   An I Imv  we do hang ou toVome of these thin ���������.*���������-.  Why, say, we've {-ut  l-uxes and trunk  containing  tiling*-  that   we've  saved'ir  that wny that wu'vi- been hi-ojinj* aron'n.  for years,  paylug  to hnvo Uu-ni   ii:.-������i  ���������nd j-iving  up  nioi-i  ior the sti.i:iug 0  them, that wc novor :lo,o.k into at all. \W  couldn't tell wh"I wus in some ������t thi'it  without looking, 'jul. they lire things wi  sort of hate to throw away, aud, so \\t.  keep lugging 'era around.  "I dou't want to drng In melancholy  thoughts in 11 .cheerful 'convernation, 1/.:  1 find myself womleri.ug sumetinies sow.  as I grow older, \vhnt will lieeome of nil  this truck we save up in this wny when  wo die. ���������I.t will .all be just lying there.,,  aiid those who come after us will look ut  It and wonder what under the canopy  we saved,it for, and'then they'll throw  it away, which J tell Mrs. Billtopa we  ,aiight just, us well do now ourselves nnd  get fid of it. There's nothing in the  whole blessed storeroom thut we might  not with perfect safety throw right out  without ever looking ut it. Oh. of course,  that is rather a sweeping assertion, but  nevertheless it is substantially true that  all that miscellaneous array of boxes "and  bundles there, of odds and ends of one  sort and another, we might just ns well  throw away bodily, and we uever'd miss  'cm. We, had a curious experience in  this way last fall.  "Weeding thi'igs out, then, in the usual  manner, we set out of the storeroom qvw  day three big boxes of stuff to look over.  But somehow ,these boxes fjt. mixed In'  with the stuff that hnd been looked over  and was ready to throw away, nnd away  they went, never looked at, and we n������ver  discovered it till the next day. Th������n  there was a time! Mrs. Billtops wanted  to have me go right away and find out  what dump the things collected on our  block went to, and see if I couldn't get  the boxes back. Our oldest daughter,  Lucinda. ,wris sure the green box eon*  tained all of her very best pattern**,' and  1 don't remember now what other things  flf tremendous value those boxes did con-  ~tain,-but-l-stnv4!,d_the���������faLkaittfl"_"*omdM>w,  from day to day, and gradually they felt  easier about It and in a week they forgot it.  "That was a year ago, and do you suppose we've missed anything"/ Why, not  a thinij. There wasn't anything in thoso  boxes that we really wanted to use. If  there had been, we would have kept on  using it. but we hated ta ���������brow th* stuff'  away.  "I tell Mrs. Billtops, aa I said before,  that It would be perfectly safe lo clear  out the whole storeroom without tonkins  st the H-tuff nt all; just throw the whol������  thing fight nwny; thut we never store  cash there, per title deeds, nor nnytlilnir  of real value. But she sayB no: she'd  rather look things over, nnd I suppose  that some of these old thingB.-'nTiyhnw,  may have In old associations a value  that will make ua clluu to thorn to ths  cud."  Ilia nntl llfeer-V  '���������There goou a man wltb a mighty  bad record."  ������������������Yon don't twVi ne doesn't look  crlinliml."  "Who snid criminal V He's a bicycle  moor wbo bus uuvur. duue bettor tliuu a  ljiUtf'lQ,2*-17.',v  A BOOK THAT NO PARMER CAN  AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT  OdEO  FARMER'S  .AJSTD  Compiled by the Agricultural Editors  of ihe Family Herald and  Weekly  Star of M0Etrfi.1l,   at the request  of      Hundreds      of    "Readers:  IT  CAM  BE HAD  FREE  The mo>.t complete Faimers'  Handbo.ok and Veterinary Guide  ever issued.   Simple and prac  ileal information of the greatest  value"to every farmer.  Three hundred and fifty-eight*  subjects; dealt with; eveiy one of  interest and many of them illustrated.  Our Special   Offes  We offer a 'full year'i* subscription  t" tlie Cumberland VN'kws, fl '"full  years Fiibpcriiiiion to that greatest  of all*-Weeklies, he. Family Herald  iiiid" Weekly-Star,.of. Montreal, in-  oluding .their heautiful pic'Uire,  T,QTiWen^1'eTrii7ldrS~H"e:r^  re������ and dngs", and a copy if ''The  H'.irmer's Manual and 'Veterinary  Guide", all for $2 00 A wmpie  copy of the pic;nre ard:buok can be  iivtcxx at this* office.  BEER    BEER  iSBi  The drink of -strong Jijien and heaitfey -women  -*-*->���������  Is The Best  Kottled or in  Barrel?,  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo BlC.  '���������S  d  K. A1DA i  <s>     "  Japanese Tailor.  v- ���������  V '   " ' "**  Genis'( Suits'and Ladys'Tailored  Costumes neatly fiai.ihe(l  in Latest fashions.    Charges Right. \  x  DUNSMUIR    AVENUE. |  ���������"������������������'.'��������� ��������� *j  Cumbfe'rland  Hotel  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND -STREET,  CUMBKRI^Nl.'  H   C,  Mas, ������J. H. Piket, Prop'i .Itess.  When in Cumber I and oe sure  and stay at the. Cumberland  Hotel,. B'irst-Class Accomodation for .transient aud pernaah-  ent boarders.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  :H.un-in_C.onnectiao_jftdt:^:Hjstei_  ���������* ,r  RitttiB from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  ���������**f*Awm j'weam  "MEWS" Pt.  k Pub Co.  I,  Cumberland     B. C.  ^������.[^*^������������\t������^..^..|>.^|..^.*t.|������������|..|>.J������.j>.|������v|.^������*<^������  ft 42  . Ar. 6.06  'N TO VICTORIA.  $���������"<*. 3���������Nuudfiy  A.M.  WBLlINron  Ko. l-Uail  A.M.  Do,  8.00 WeUinRton..  ������������������������ 8.'20,...... ,N.uiwu������rt....  10,0'i  .Dunomi'-i    K'mnigV..  .  .....CoWntrt'ttm..  ������ 10.42,,..  >' 11,38,,.  Ar 12.00....  De. S 0  '������   ft 15  ���������'   5.00  "   *0.������������  ...Victoria  Ar 7.(0  Drenkord Ahi-n������l.  Auntie (nnxlouslyi-Do you tblnlt yen  have had tlie proper triiliiiufl for a poor  nuiu'H wife'/  fiwect (}lrl-Y*������������. \ndood. rnpn hfif-ti't  given tin? nny hih*ikIIiib; money worth  inontlonlnK for year*, i nlwuyn get  tblnuac'ujnwl.  RAISING POULTR>.  Thousand Mile and ComiviuiiHimi Tic-  ketN on sale, good ovei rail anil stoninei  lines, at two mid one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Kxciir-  /���������ions, and xeduced nteu for parties may  be arranRed foi on application to the  pist. 1'flss. AKenMt Victoria.  Ihe Company reserves the vit",ht 10  thiuiue without previous notice, steamers  inilini? dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion I ickeit* on .iaie immh .m<i -���������'  all Smtions, noon lor gomn jnumc) tho  urduytnd Sunday( returiH������������B not latei  than Monday.  i, W. TRQUP, Oon. Sup. B.C. 0������m<i Ber  O. L. COUUTNEY, DUt Krt. & Pari. Ag.  NOTICE.  Ttidiiig nn locoi.i-A',\or.. .....I     ...I  wny cam of th-**- Union ''k>!li.*������ry  CJompany bjr-wiy j^rson .r ]m  ���������ons���������exocp-t Intin crew���������li* atrict'y  prohibit*!. Bropioyeef art? stii-  l������st k������diwii**Hl (or ntlowing tArm  By order  FoAi*.c"* D. Lwa-i.  Build the poultry house bo that It cu  rt'tidlly be donned.  Young ducI-H eat moro than chickens,  but aro mnvkotnblo aoouor.  Tlie host way to food corn to youni  chlcl'ium It* cnmlii'il or cracked.  "When poultry does well under yon**  plan of wnniikioment, do not try other  pliuiH.  Ono metd of soft feed ft day is enough.  It slioulil he Riven ob t-oon as tho diickenr-  fly ihiwu from tho rooxtg.  Km-Klii'lli* uro vnty unod for tho fowls.  ("niHli tlii'iii very hue huiore feedlnti  thi'in li'Nt tbo fowls Rot into tht habit of  cut Ing i'K*K������.  Introduce now blood Into tho poultry  ytird by buying somo good, tIkoioui  ni.ih'H. Hotiiu pure bred fowls might be  ju.i'oluiHinl nUo.  Ono of thn llttlo l(*nka In id kiHipIni*  nnrplus niaU'i*. Bull off every oin.' unt.  n oiW-il n* Hiion nn they enn be put iuto  nmrkt'tnlilo cotuliiioti.  Utll'MO   CUf.1    MM',    lllliu   11   tl.i-JUiJ   tin  liliorty of tlio fields, with umx** to a,  (���������"tu! or HtifiiM. Thi" heM lireed tor  (ViitlHTw Is tbe Eraldlon, I10I114 rniiri'ly  "������������������liitf.  " ' f    .\   .      1,.    ,1, , .,.,1,.    c>r.������>"i,\.  k..^     ��������� ,  , ,  Whnt uiiru* the brwd ttul Jil*"> u;.oa iho  tniinni-r in whiih tl������.������ Hi"'.; l������ Diuuit^iil.  Oiiii'iHlly tin- luiifor tho yard tho hotter  tho fow It* will thii vi',  <>nu -rrent r*������*iiiii*i**n<)������Uii"-i tLo luimr  bim������(!* of fowl"* h������v������ ovur tht* riuhII one*  I.-, tlmt tho li'.-o*" ���������".���������'������������������' 1:::" ���������-' '"'���������'i*' "horn  they art* put, wlnU- tho small ones umiihI-  Jjr ^0 \v!|t ro they ji|i,|1������i>.  Veed th������' growing chlckfos four tlm**s  ��������� day tit that tht-y will <>ot up eh nn. A*  tbo yrttma vUick mii-.v-* wty u.\ .dy it i*  lot etiHllj" tnti'lft fat u:nl Mhuuui )-���������> in-  iuced to vat as much ait poimihle ao aa M  W <ut into tbe markat caiiy  TTood's Pliospltodine,  The Orcat Bngltih Itcmrdy.  Tonos imd invlgorateB tho wliolo  norvnus -ij-stom,   niivkoH   new  , . _ _ Ulondia oldVolns. Vtirra Ncrv-  ous Debility, ���������Mnntut ninl Brtrin Worry, Drr,  jjondciwj/, Sexual WmknfM, Jimianiow, fSpn  matorrhaia, and Effects ofAhuueor Jtliccenncn.  Piloo *l por box, six for 85.  Ono wlllploaflo. f .x  will ouro.  Sold by all drURKlots or inivllnd In  plain pkg. ou rooolpt of prloo. Neie paiivrhlet  mailed fm. Tho Wood Modlelno Oo.  (formerly Windsor) TorantOi Oni.  SMOMA  "CUBAN    BLOSSOM',  A UNION-MAHR CKiAK  ROM   THE���������  Quban Cigar Factory  M. J. BOOTH, PropiMto-r,  TO CORE A COLD IN ONE DAY  TA LAXAIIVB HROMO QU1NINK Tab.  Ibtu. 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Sold in throe dogma  of Rtrcngtb-"No. I, tt} No. t  10 dof-Tfo'-i Btronfror. %V, No. e,  tor opuclui eiiSitti, \y> pot toox. ,,  Sold by p.11 drugguta, or "������a|  uropald1' on rooolpt ot pcioa.  _. A ProepiMbiiblet. Addrew J iTl|'  8oaKMCDI0IHlO0.,1onONT0,0NT. \]ormtrlyWindage  . V.M-".  -.f>'fe-v\-  ���������������'*���������*"'. ,  '\' /y';i,  ae  WATSON'S  tC^-"MA.VM*!*-^,,..|  \mmftmu  o-^MK\, ������'m*P(t���������  t ''***.* tOl^WftiV^^-^Vil  f      **to\\:aM*9-rtm  ���������C .������������������������������������������������������-.��������� ���������o-'ut"1'"*-.,'"  ^W0frtii������.  T.TC ������������������.���������������."* "t* ������������������������*���������      ih       'try*  iLmx of iieofeiai i'v^^w*  Sole Agents for 3. C.  TheHUDStNS'BAYOa V  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  >wwwMwwwwwwi*wwwwwwwwwwwwwH*<  .ty^%t>^%e,e^ewwe*ei*w*wee*e*ww*eeew*ee-e*ee*ee**e*'eee*  ���������e-ee************  '**  ������������������  ���������*������  ������������������������*  ���������*���������  ������**  ***  *���������������  **���������  **���������  EBEN HOLDEN  By IRVING BACHELLER  Copyright.   1900.   by    LOTHROP   PUrtLISHING    COMPANY  I'-r^hH"}- 'V 'I' '?��������� ���������?- -I' '?��������� 'I''?' 'fr f f j''?' **"��������� f* '?��������� fr'?''?- fr 't' >|������4,lH*-|"j- ���������*(��������� I" ft-H "I' 'I'rl  I. ,1. it. it, ifr >|l ft. l|������ >|������,1������ "jl >|l> "I"!" ������������|������.|'>j.'  '. .A. J- .** A., ..>������������������ A. J.. ���������T^jA^ a! .J ^a! ^������ ^^ |*jJ uIuIa^i  ���������tw*wwwwwwwww*i>*ivwi<  .,, (Continued from last week.)  ���������supper over iind fhe dishes out of tbe  -way, we gathered about the stove -with  cider und butternuts.  "Well," said Hope, "I've *.*ot some  ������ews to tell you. This boy is the best  scholar ot his age in l(liis county."  "Tbet spV" said David.  Uncle Kb stopped lii������ hn miner that  was lifted to .crack a butternut aud  pulled his chair dose to Hope's. Elizabeth looked at her daughter and then  at ine, a simile and a protest in her face.  "True as you live," said Hope. "The  master told me so. He's first in everything, and in the town hall the other  night be/spelt everybody down."  ., "Whatf" In Hillsborough?" Uncle Eb  asked iU'credulbusly.  "Yes. In Hillsborough," said Hope,  "and there were doctors and lawyers  and college students and I don't know  who all.in the match."  '���������Most, ree-markable!" said David  Brower.  "Tree-menjious!" exclaimed Uncle Eb.  "I heard about it over at tbe mills  t'day," said Tip Taylor.  "TVTerei   Dieu!"   exclaimed   Grandma^  ! Bjsnctte, crossing herself.  Elizabeth Brower was unable to stem  this tide of enthusiasm. I had tried to  stop it; but instantly it had gone beyond my control. If I could .be hurt  by praise the mischief had been done.  "It's very nice, indeed," said she soberly./ "I do hope it won't make him  conceited. He should remember that  people do not always mean what they  say."  "He's too sensible for that, mother,"  WTdT3lrvldrA~"���������'���������'���������-^--���������^^js^^--  "Sliucks!" said Uncle Eb. "He ain' no  fool if he is."a'good speller���������not by a  dum sight!"  "Tip," said David, "you'll find a box  in the sleigh 'at come by express. I  wish ye'd go an' git it."  ��������� We all stood looking while Tip  brought it in aud pried off the top  boards with a hatchet.-  "Careful, uow!" Uncle Eb cautioned  him.   "Might spile suiiithin'."  Tho top oif, Uncle Eb removed a layer of 'pasteboard. Thou he pulled out  a lot of colored tissue paper, and under  that was a package wrapped and tied.  Something was written on it. He held  it up anil, tried to read the writing.  "Can't, see without my spectacles,"  lie said, handing it to me.  "For Hopo," 1 read as I passed it to  hor.  "Iroomy!" said Uncle Eb as he lifted  anothor and tho hint package from tho  box.  "For Mrs. Brower," wore tho words  I read upon tlmt one,  'VTho strings were cut, tho wrappers  lorn away, and two big rolls of shiny  Bill', loosened their coils on the table.  Hope uttered a cry of delight. A murmur of surprise ninl ad nil ration passed  from inie to another. Elizabeth lifted  n rustling fold ami hi'1,1 It, to llie lamplight, We passi'il our hands ovor tho  ������������������month sheen of (lie silk,  "Wnal, I swan!"suid Uncle Eb. "Jos'  like a kitten's our!"  "Egg-'.iH-'l.v!" stiId David Brower.  Elizabeth lil'teil thu silk uml let It  flow to her feet, Thou for a little r,!io  ; looked down, draping it to Iut skirt  and moving her foot lo make the silk  rust In. For the umiiieiil slio was young  again,  I.; "David," she snid, still looking nl. tlio  glory of glossy hlnck that coven-d her  plain dross.  j   "Woll, mother," he niisw'-red.  '   "Wiih you fool enough t' go'n buy  this stuff for me'l"  I "No, mother; It come from Now York  city," ho snid.  I "From New York city V* wus the ex-  clnmntlon of all,  I Elizabeth Brower looked thoughtful-  ly nt her huHbiuuI.  I "Clour from Now York elly?" she  ���������repeated.  I   "From New York city," said ho.  I   "Wiml. of all tilings!" said Vnoio En,,  ; looking over hia spectacles Iidiii mu' (���������*  another.  "It's   from   tlmt   Livingstone   b'������v"  aald Mr������. Brower.    "I've heard  lie's  th*** **on of a rii'li nUiti."  j   "'Friild   he tnolc  n  great  finny   l  nope," snid David.  ) ���������'Father." Haiti the girl, "you've no  right to sny tlmt. I'm sure hi- never  cared a tutruw for me."  I "I don't think wo ought to keep It."  aald Mrs. I'luwi-r, lu'V.ing up (liou^li'-  fully.  "Hlnwka nn Hhuvin������-.'" h,.'iI t'in'r  Kb. "Yo don' know but what 1 had  It acnt myself."  j Hop* wont over and put hor arms  around his nek.  I   "Did you,  I'nele  Eh?"  alio  asked.  j*'Now, you tell mt the* truth, Uuele  "fit*,"  "Wouldn't say 't I did," he answered,  "but t don' want 'a see ye go sendin'  uv it back.   Yo dimno who sent it."  "What'll I do with it?" Mrs. Brower  asked, toughing in a way that showed  a sense of absurdity. "I'd 'a' been  tickled with it thirty years ago, but  now���������folks 'ud think I was crazy."  "Never heard such foldorol," said  TTncle Eb. "If ye move I* the village  it'll come handy V go t' meetin' im"  That seemed to be unanswerable and  conclusive, at least for the lime being.  and the silk was laid away. "We- sat  talkiug until late bedtime, Hope and I  telling of our studies and of the many  people we had met in Hillsborough.  We hung tip our stockings just as  we had always done .Christmas eve  and -were up betimes in the morning to  find them filled with many simple but  delightful things, and one which I  treasure to this day���������the locket and its  picture, of which I had been surreptitiously informed.  At 2 o'clock we had a fine dinner of  roast .turkey aiid chicken pie, with  plenty of good cider, and tlie mince pie,  of blessed memory, such as only a  daughter of New England may dare  try to make.  Uncle Eb went upstairs after dinner  and presently we heard him descending with a slow and heavy foot. I  opened the stair door, and there he  stood, with the old bass viol that: had  long lain neglected in a dusty corner of  the attic. Many a night I had beard' it  groan as the strings loosened in ihe  years, it had lain on its back, .helpless  and forgotten. It was like a dreamer  snoring in his sleep and murmuring of  ������������������Oiataie~saAV-ia-hiS-d.r.eAins. Uncle_Eb_  bad dusted and strung it and glued its  weaker joints. He sat down with it,  the severe look of old upon his face,  and set the strings roaring as he tuned  them. Then he brought the sacred  treasure to me and leaned it against  my shoulder. ,, ���������  "There, that's a Orlssmus present fer  ye, .Willie,"' said lie. "It may help ye  t' pass away the time once in awhile."  I thanked him warmly.  "'S a reel firs' class instrument." he  said.   "Been a rip snorter 'n its day."  He look from his bosom then (he old  heart pin'of, silver thnt he hnd always  nworn of a, Sunday.  '���������<roin' V give yo thot, too," he snid.  "Diiuno's ye'll ever care lo wear it, but  I want ye should hev simitliiii' ye can  carry 'n yer pocket t' remember me  by."  I did not dare trust myself 1o speak,  and I sat helplessly turning that relic  of a better day in my lingers.  "It's geiuiwlno silver," said he proudly.  I took his old hand in miue and  rnlsed if. reverently to my lips,  "IJenr'n 'eni tell 'bout guin' t' the  village, an' I says I,' myself, 't'lii-Io Eli,'  says I, 'we'll hev t' be goin', "i'uIn' no  place fer you In the village.' "  "Holileii," said David 11 rower, "don't  ye never talk like that ng'ln, Yer Just  the same ns married !' this family, an'  ye can't ever git nwny from us,"  And he never did until his help was  needed in oilier and fairer Melds, I am  sure, than those of Faraway-Cod  knows where.  older, and' hao r not neara -ot uiauj  young men and women who bad been  engaged���������aye, even married���������at that  age? "Well, as it happened, a day before sbe left us to go to her work in {  Ogdensburg, where she was to live with  her uncle, I made an end of delay. I  considered carefully what a man ought  to say in the circumstances, and 1  thought I had near an accurate notion.  We were in the garden together���������the  playground of our childhood.  "Hope, I have a secret to tell you,"  I said.  "A secret," she exclaimed eagerly. "I  love secrets."  "A great secret,"' 1 repeated, as I felt  my face burning.  "Why, it must be something awful!"  "Not very," I stammered. Having  missed my cue from the beginning, I  was now utterly confused,  "William," she exclaimed, "what is  the matter of you'.'"  "I���������I am in love," said I, very awkwardly.  "Is that all?" sbe answered, a trace  of humor in her tone. "1 thought it  was bad news."  I stooped to pick a rose and handed  It to her.  "Well,"   she   remarked  soberly,   but  smiling a little as she lifted the rose to  her lh>$. "is jt uuy one} know?"  (To be Continued.)  A BUNCH OF FLOWERS.  CIIAH'KU XIV,  WE went back to our work n***n!n  fdiorlly, the swooiuoHH nnd thc  bitlei'iicss nl' life fresh In our  rei'iii'iiilii'iini'i', When we ciitni*  buck for nnotlu'r vm-ailou the fields  were aglow wllli color ninl the roiids  wore now ov**i*<lt*ll'ii'i| with uiendow  music and llie smell of clover, I had  creditably taken I'Xiiiiiliialioii for col-  logo, where I was to begin my course  jn tlie full, wllli n M'lioliii'slilp, Hope  had iniiili' remarkable progress lu niiisle  and was soon going to Dgdensburg for  instruction,  A yonr had gone iienrly nluce led  Fcary had <'iiulhii<>i| me about fulling  In lovo. f hnd kept enough of my heart  nbout mo "to iio business with," bin t  hail citiitmiicit to i������������������������������( an uiiiniiiloit.iblc  uhseuco lu the region of It, Voung men  Ht Hillsborough many of whom, I felt  sure, had a sniurier look limn I���������hud  Md stubbornly for Hope's favor. I wondered of ton If 'li/l not turn hor hond���������  this tribute of rustle nilnilratlon. But  alio seemed to h������ all ituconselott'** of Its  cniise and went nliinii her work with  ���������nn a 11 conceit of iier-cif, Many n lima  thoy had tried tn tnko hor from my arm  "t   the   chin.It   .',."o'--.i   guud   niitut'Cd  phase of youthful rivalry there In those  In Palestine aud Persia the "sorrowful mycanthus" droops in the day, being apparently about to die, but revives as evening comes on.      ������  Tulips are so sensitive to the light  tbat during a cloudy day they will often close tbelr petals and remain abut  up until a return of sunlight.  Lilies of the valley in France are  called "virgin's tears" and are said to  have sprung up on tbe road between  Calvary and Jerusalem daring tbe  night following the crucifixion.  The night blooming sereus blosawoa  about an hour before midnight, but by  tbe approach of daylight the flower is  a complete wreck, having lost all ita  beauty and fragrance.  The four podded lotus in an exposed  situation makes a cover for its flower  by drawing one or more of the leaves  over the blossom and keeping them  there-during-tbe-beat-of-tbe-day/ i__  Warner and Schnmaan.  Wagner, writing in 184G, said ot  Schumanu: "He is a highly gifted musician, but an impossible man. When  I came from Paris I went to see him.  I told bim of my Parisian experiences,  spoke of tbe state of music in France,  then of tbat in Germany, spoke of  literature and politics, but he remained  as good as dumb for nearly an hour.  Oue cannot go on talking quite alone.  An im-iossible n-nii!" Schumann gave  an account of this interview, which  practically agrees with that of Wagner. "I have seldom met Wagner," he  said, "but he is a man of education  and spirit. Ho talks, however, unceasingly, and that one cannot endure for  long together."  Moolnd Fe������tl*ral.  The Aisawi, or followers of Mohammed bin Aisa of Mequinez, the patron  saint of snake charmers, are famous  for their amusing and disgusting rites.  During the Moohid-festival they sometimes rise to such a pitch of frenzy  that they even devour raw sheep.  RULES OF THE TABLE.  Ocean Six Miles Deep.  The greatest known depth of !be sea  is in the mid-Pacific ocean and is recorded as 5,209 fathoms (31.G14 feet), or  sixty-six feet short of six statute miles.  Pnper Gnu Plpei,  Paper gas pipes aro among tlie novelties reported from Europe. Manila paper is cut up into strips whose width  is equal to the length of the pipe section to be used. The paper bands nre  then passed into a vessel filled with  melted asphalt After coming out of  the bath the prepared strip is rolled  uniformly and very tightly around an  iron rod or pipe, which serves as the  core nnd has the same diameter which  the gas pipe is to have. The rolling of  the paper is stopped when the right  thickness has been secured. After the  pipe section which Is thus formed has  been put througb a high pressure it is  covered on the outside by a layer of  sand, which is pressed into the asphalt  while still hot The outer surface of  the pipe is treated with a waterproof  compound. It is Bald that the pipe is  very tight and ls cheaper than metal  piping.   The Gambling; Dnchesa.  Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) is the j  nickname applied in London society clr- i  cles to the Duchess of Devonshire o-w- j  ing to her passionate devotion to the  game of bridge. The duchess' one absorbing passion, In fact, is gambling,  and she has always been ready to take  a turn at any game where there was a  chance of placing a bet She Is an ardent follower of the turf. Despite or  rather because of her known weakness  for gambling sbe is said to be, next to  the king, the most potent personality In  smart society. Her first husband waa  the Duke of Manchester, grandfather  of the present duke. The duchess is  now nearly eighty years of age, but her  figure is miraculously preserved, and  her hair is said to have been practically  unaffected by the passing of the years.  Tli* Bmitea **i the  Maid la Amrvim,  the Dinner.  When the meal is ready, if a maid la  kept, she comes to the hostess and an*  nounces, "Mrs. ���������-, dinner is served."  Soup being the first course, if the  hostess wishes it served at the tablo  the soup tureen containing hot soup  and the warm soup plates are placed  before tlie one who does the serving.  The maid takes each plate from the  server and from the left side of the  guest places it before him. When all  have been served she passes, always  from the left side, broad or crackers,  which have been placed on a doily  covered bread plate. In removing the  dishes sbe always takes them away  from the right side of the person served. The tray tlie maid uses should be  covered with a clean white napkin or  ���������calloped tray cover just coming to the  edge of tbe tray. Soup being disposed  of, the entree is served. This can be  served from tbe kitchen or from a platter at the table. After the entree the  meat course is served with tbe accompanying appropriate vegetables. If  there is a sauce to the meat it is passed in a gravy boat. The vegetables are  served in individual dishes. Tbe potatoes are placed upon the meat plate.  Some people like the salad with the  meat course; others prefer it as a separate course. Tbe crumb brush is not  used until the preparation for bringing  in the dessert After dessert, coffee is  served in small cups, passed around on  a tray, then the sugar and cream ere  passed.  FOR BRIGHT EYES.  The Term  "Prime Milliliter."*  "Prime minister" Is one of the many  terms In English which seem to have  been slang at one time. It was first  applied to Sir Robert Walpole. but in a  reproachful sense. Feb. It, 1742, after  twenty years' tenure of office, Sir Robert resigned all his employments.  "Having invested me," ho remarked,  "with n kind of mock dignity and  styled me prime minister, thoy Impute  to me uu iin-utrdonublo abuse of tliat  -���������lilnioi'k'iil authority which they created and conferred." Such a personage  ns the prime minister or the premier ls  not even mentioned In tho official table  of precedence and Is unknown to the  written constitution of Ureal Brltulo.  A Canadian Opinion of Punch.  A copy of Punch's Almanac has been  received at this oflice. It Is England's,  leading exponent of humor. A member  of .this great journal's staff read it  through carefully and studied every  drawing. Then he went outside and  kicked at a strange dog. Tho Euglish  brand of humor is sedate and stately.  It is not intended to be laughed at.  Laughter���������that is, loud laughter-is excessively rude, don't you know. Punch's  Almanac for 1900 Is sixpon'orth of humor profundo. The man who would  laugh at Punch would go Into hysterics  at a funeral. Punch's notion of humor  is altogether too sublime for any place  outside of an English drawing room.���������  Bohcaygeon (Ont.) Independent  Oranare    Juice,    a    Physician    Sara,  Stakea  a  Harmless  Tonic.  A lady who went much in society  and who was complimented upon the  lnster of her eyes imparted "the secret  ������f their brilliancy to the writer. "My  physician," related she, "told me to  use the freshly expressed juice of an  orange, as being a perfectly'harmless '  recipe. The effects are perceived within an hour after application and continue for several hours thereafter."  The best way to apply the orange  Julceja withjhe aid of an eye dropper  and proceed in the same manner, as for���������  employing any other, eye wash. Pull  down the lower lidVand allow a fewi  drops to fall upon it/then close the lid,  that the fluid may* diffuse itself all over  the eye. A slight smaHing follows,  which, however, is ��������� only momentary.  According to the writer's experience,  not only are the desired effects obtained, but vision seems to be made clearer  also. It is not reabmmended, however,  to use this application on inflamed or  diseased eyes. The eyes so treated  should be in a normal condition,���������  Ladies' World.  HEALTH AND BEAUTY.  Historic Furniture,  When ho returned to Washington recently Ambassador von Stornburg  brought a complete suit of drawing  room furniture thnt had adorned the  rooms occupied by Napoleon in Lolp-  sic. Thoso treasures woro bequeathed  to the ambassador by a relative whoso  grandfather had owned the placo whero  tlie Oorslcan elected to nhlde. Tho fur-  nlturo is ancient Flemish, and in the  tapestry aro woven mythological designs, Tho frames honr a gold design.  A desk at which Napoleon wroto vigorous messages is part of tlio legacy.  The Old Ago Quottion.  An erect old -jentlotnan, whose hafr  wiu fast turninur silver, entered a  crowded Boeeh slroot car, He was  obviously proud of his years, and carried himself w������**ll. As ho -rroaped a  strap a funny, fidgety woman lmmnd-  IntHy ro������i������ and offnred tho elderly gentleman her seat, He doolinod with the  remark:  "No. r thank you. I couldn't thluk  of aeceptlrig & neat from you."  "Oh, I always giv������ up my seat to an  old gentlAinan," ������nld she,  "-Madam," replied the man, without  any effort to hide his fluatratlon, "I  very much doubt the disparity between  our auoa,"  The woman l-*ft the car at Union  atroot. The old gentleman remained  ������t���������if-HInf���������Meni-hantei- Union.  du.siv iiii  ��������� I  luiif-h-  ingly, "No, ilianli you." ami rlijiu* all  the closer to inc. Nmv .IihI I'Vary hud  no kiiowledsi* or the worry Ii gave me  or of the peril it Hiiuuesteil. j knew  that if I fell frir lo it-'.l him all he  wuuld Kite an' wilier c'Hiii-i'l.  1 was now *c\eiiteen und the     V������lt  Dog's Long Journey Horn*.  An Instance of the homing Instinct*  in diRH Ih reported from Buckingham- '  ���������hlri*. conr-tohle Atkinson, having been  tr>t"-ff������rri������e" riv'������nTly frrnin Wra.yt*hurf |  to LonR Creodon, took hit retriever  do**- with him, while on n4ght duty. He  n-Jiwo-j tbe dog, and on the following  mo-"ilnc It waa found In Ita old home.  I'l > moi-l direct rout* the Journey  la      ir fifty mil���������.  An   I'i pinimiInn.  "People nlwn.vM feel aiiapfelons of  thlnuH with whii'ii ihey aro uot familiar." ft/ild the philosopher.  "\'i<h," Hiinvivr-'il Heiiator Sorghum;  "thut I** why nearly all of ua have at  one time or anothor ex pronged doubt  and disapprobation concerning wealth,"  -Wttishlugtou Btnr.  A Hap-no of Moths, i  A pln'gnd'of moths hits beon visiting '  tho Inhabitants of Sydney,'"Si"&, \V, '���������  In some pnrta of the town resident-*  nnd shop keepers hnvo boon unablo ro :  ose  oil   lamps,   because   tbo   moths  swarmed Into tho chimneys and extinguished tho lights.   At somo of tho  railway stations tho moths havo oven  extinguished the signal lights and ita*  tiM lamp*  ���������������������������hi. ii iw-i.iii.iiii -.1.   i mi-   m  Cnllo-I  Ills lllnfff.  "I've got a good Hiilmtltuto for giving  up my Meat In a car," snid ���������Jont-n, "In-  stead of tlmt I'm going to auk tho lady  to sit on my lap,"  "Don't!" cried Drown. "I tried that  once, nnd she took mo up 1"���������Detroit I  Froo Press. |   .��������� |  On* Plan.  ���������'Well," said tho first phyi-letnn, "what i  bur- thai uow p.-tluit of ye.ur" gof������'������     '  "I  don't  know,"  replied  the  other,  "but I'm trying to turn It Into typhoid |  fever.   I'm great on that," ������������������ Donvor I  News. r _  A Dnnlile Kven'.  When nbout to ho miirried a young i  woman in Westphalia discovered that  ber birth had never been roglstored, ,'  ���������nd ho hor birth mnl mnrrlngo wen ;  mnouneod slmultaneoiiHly,  Warm water always should bt chosen for cleansing the teeth.  Clean the hairpins and combs before  putting them into clean hair.  "Don't have outstanding ears when  you can wear an ear harness at night,"  said the beauty doctor, advising all the  ladies who wanted to be pretty,  An excellent preparation to keep the  bands soft and white Is aiade In this  way: One-third glycerin, two-thirds  roso water and five drops of pure carbolic acid to a half pint mixture,  If you are in the least Inclined to he  flatfooted, to huve the lustep drop, a  most painful minor complaint, a good  plan Is to bo often raising yourself on  your iocs, kwplug tlie latter weJJ  pointed.  If the throat and neck be treated  with a friction aided by a mixture of  equal parts of Unseed oil and rose water to wblcb a few drops of tincture of  bem-ola have beon added plumpness  will eturae,  Aarrrreeelve Been t a,  "I do net use perfumes myself and  never have used them," said Miss Violet Hunt, the author of "The Ways of  Marrlaga" "I simply have not time  to bether with them. Nevertheless I  see no objection to them wheu mod* In  moderation. I dare sny it is a fact  thnt many a girl has killed her lover's  admiration ef her hy an unfortunato  Mklug for aggresHlvo scents, but tbe  reaseA Is easy to find. She begun, ne  deubt, by using vory delicate perfumes  which were barely perceptible, Constant ".we of tham no dulled h-������r nonce of  ai*B������ll, howevw, that she unconsciously  took to a more and moro liberal use  until while still thinking the perfumes  sbe used were as mild ns those of her  earlier choice, ber lover found there to  be ah'-oJort''.'^ obnoTloiji Si-roly thnntrh.  yeu will give the average girl credit  for tease to drop tho perfume ha hit the  moment sbo finds it is distasteful to ber  lance,"���������London Answers.  A    I'lMllllNlllllt'   All.  This Is from a tombstone in nn English churchyard. It loim ileal It of lis  sting and the graves of Itx victory: "Sacred to the memory of Nnthntili'1 i'���������Mi-  bold, Esq., Inventor nnd I'rojT.Vtoi' of  thnt excollont mediclno The Viu'tauie  Balsam, for the Cure of <,'<���������"-niiuptioie-  and Asthmas."  A Ma-u-ull-ii-  Wo ma a.  A Fi'eiicliv.iiiiiiiii who from lier fom!������  ncriN for nuin'-* work ������lrenntMl hn a mail  and was employed lor ytmr������ an a wan-  ouer bweiiiiiu no noted iimcing bur fellow* for her Mtri-nglU that a'ui was  known an "limn do For." Hho was tho  bind boxer lu her dUtrlct, aud uono of  the men would vent uro u bout witb ber. H  iv  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  |r������������*"a~o.,������.^.a.Hiii> ������nimi������i'#  WESTERN CANADIAN   EDITORS  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Aims  and their Influence.  ������������������ -49 .  GARNETT CLAY PORTER.  jw'*'"'* '������>">"#��������� ������������������"������..>"ei.s������^~������M������������  f  *,  GARNETT CLAY PORTER.  Managing Editor of the Calgary Herald  Garnett Clay Porter is a Kentuckian  by birth and a Canadian by adoption.  The combination is a fortunate one, ii  unusual, and the result has been the  publication of one 'of the brightest  and most up-to-date newspapers in  Western  Canada,   "The Calgary  Eer-  "ald." Garnett Clay Porter is,generally  referred to as Colonel '"'Porter���������as  much on account probably of tho state  of which lie is a son as because of the  fact that lie was a member of the military staff of the Governor. A gentleman with tlie name Garnett Clay Porter���������and a Kentuckian���������has a traditional Tight,  to  the,  title  ot"    Colonel  ^aud_-the._vvjorld admits it.  2���������~X  ���������There is nothing/particularly bellT-  cose about Colonel > Porter's appearance, neitjier does he bear the outward and visible signs of the Kentucky  Colonel of aile'cdote. Ho may have, a  suspicion of tlio soft southern drawl in  his speech and at times the masterfulness of manner' of the descendant of  the owner's of ���������slave-manned plantations, but he.doesn't require a moustache and chin-whisker," a sombrero,  and a fondness for mint juleps to be  almost unconsciously addressed as Colonel. Without: these_ attributes, the  hall-marks of conventional beliei', Garnett Clay Porter, oditor of a paper  published in far off western Canada,  *s recognised, greeted, and made  friends with as Colonel Porter, of the  Calgary Herald. This merely shows  that this ��������� "Colonel" business is not  limited to one State of the American  Union, or merely a local peculiarity of  tlio pooplo. If Garnett Clay l'ortor  should ever allow his probably deep  religious oonviction to break loose to  the extent that would make him seek  tho pulpit as a moans of expounding  them, there is vory little doubt that  ho would" ho knoivn in the .ov/ingolio'al  religious world as thc eloquent nnd  pious Rev. Co), cortor, Tne title of  ���������Colonel sort of''rounds him off.  Colonel Porter was horn in Kentucky  moro years ago than his beardless  faco and youthful energy proclaim.  Ho hooanio a master printer at the  ago of fonrtoon, no young, in fact, that  lio heliovwl that ho had timo for an-  othor profession Ho wont to college  and altorwards incidentally became n  lawyer and was enrolled iih an attorney of the State of Kentucky.  Tho future editor of tho Calgary  Herald Iind, however, alnwhod printer's ink into his syKleni and tlio dis-  oiiho of journalism ih inuiirnhle.  Ho hegati his joiirnnliHtio onroer under a renowned fellow-colonel, also a  Kontuckiiin, Colonel Henry Wnttorsoiv  of tho lioiiisvillo Courior-Joiiinal, one  of tlio most, powerful newsptipo' edit-  oi'K in the United States,  Whether is was that thero was not  "room enough for two ooIoiioIn, oven  on a iVontiieky papor or that Colonel  Porter's strong patnoiuility sought  men iih of iidvanoomoiit ou individual  lines of his own choosing, or whether  it wuh that the latent Tlohemianism  which had guided him into "oiirnalisni  ilotuaudod an outlet, is diflicult to  tiny, hut for sovoral years lie  accepted important positions nn tho  oilitoria nntl reportorinl staffs of leading papers in Kiuinhn City, Chicago,  ���������Omaha, Sun tnuicisco, uml the city  ui   iMiixicii,   ami   uihvi     Initio   ti'vil'r.s  and went through the experiences  customary under thn circumstances, of  editing country weeklies in various  parts of the United States.  During this time lie formed a professional connection with the New-  York Sun and the Associated0 Press,  and was their a credited correspondent  on several important assignments.  Col. Porter's bright, swinging style,  combined with his acute newspaper  instinct and ability to cover the news,  brought him recognition as a clever  special writer an lie contributed many  stories -to such well known periodicals  and magazines as McClure's, Carter's  and the Windsor, and tj the great  story syndicates of tho United States,  in which his special abilities were  noticeable in the news character of his  contributions.  In 1900 Col. Porter came to Canada  and accepted a position as special  writer on tho Toronto World. His engagement on the World, one of the  brightest papers in Canada, was a distinct event'in the newspaper life of  Canada, and some of his work was  the best newspaper "stuff" that has  ever appeared in the daily service of a  Canadian newspaper. Among the articles of special interest were those on  Goldwin Smith and J. J, Hill, for  which he travelled half across the continent and completed in four days, tlie  Wanstoad wreck on the Grand Trunk  Railway, and the riots at Sault Ste.  Marie Col. Porter spent three years  in Toronto, holding a leading position  in the journalistic field and becoming  enamored, of Canadian life, Canadian  institutions and Canadian possibilities.  In 1903, possessed with ine belief  that the future of Canada lay largely  in the progressive West, he accepted  the position of .managing editor of tlie  Calgary Herald.  In, theVtwo years and a half that  Colonel Porter has been editor of the  Herald lie lias become a prominent factor in the social and business life of  Calgary and in the political situation  in the young p ovince of Alberta.  Clover, quick, and adaptable, he has  readily, adapted' himself to Western  Canadian conditions. A ready writer  of distinct descriptive ability, a firm  believer in tlie greatness of the Canadian West,, a naturalized Canadian,  of public spirit and progressive ideas,  and above everything a thorough, all  round newspaper man, Col. Porter is  a man of consequence in the political  and material progress of the young  province he has adopted as homo.  Hanging By A Mere Hair.  Talking of the wit of the Princess  Pauline Metterhich, once tlie chief ornament of the third Napoleon's court,  the Marquise de Fontenoy writes:  As an instance I may recall her delicate retort to old Mrs. John Jay's  son-in-law, General Von Schweidnitz,  when he was Ambassador to the Austrian Court. Ones, night,. when seated  next to him at, dinner, she vexed the  general by her somewhat unkind. comparison between French and German  notions with, regard to wit. "There is  nothing," she declared "that the  French are not able to turn into  some  graceful  witticism.'"  "Take this, Princess," exclaimed the  general, handing lier a single white  hair from his head; "I defy you to  get your French friends to make any  witty contrivance out of this."  Princess Metteniich took the hair,  and on the following day sent it off  to Boucheron, the famous jeweller in  Paris, with an explanatory note.  Three weeeks later she invited the  general to dinner, and he found on  his plate a tiny velvet box. On opening it lie found a pendant formed by  the jewelled representation of the  Prussian eagle, and between its talons  was the single hair handed by the  German Ambassador to the Princess.  At each end of it was suspended a tiny  plaque in enamel with tlie word  "Alsace" on one and "Lorraine" on  tlie other. Attached to the eagle's  beak was a scroll bearing in diamonds  the words, "Vous ne les'tenes* que par  un cheyen" ("you hold them by only  a hair").  WE GUARANTEE  II  II  SALADA  Oeylon Natural GREEN Tea to be the  PUREST and MOST DELICIOUS in the  World.  Lead    Packets    Only,    40c,    50c,   and    60c.    per    tt>.   At   ail   Grocer*.  Highest Award at 8t. Louis 1904.  The -Gun Queen's Income.  Tlie yearly income of "Queen" Bertha Krupp, who inherited the famous  ironworks at Essen, Geimany, is  steadilv increasing, it having amounted in 1905, to about ������1,000,000, Miss  Krupp, manages her great properties  with remarkable ability, Her business  is expanding, and tho number of those  dependent on her for employment and  subsistence is now fully 300,000. To  protect the works she has a small army of 900 men, armed and under  strict military discipline. She also  has police and a secret service.  Holland is, on the continent, the only country loyal to the principle of  free trade.  Minard's   Liniment Cures   Dandruff.  Governor Higgins, of NOw York, haze-ranted a further reprieve to A. T.  Patrick, convicted of murder.  Absence of rain and the consequent  failure of crops in India is causing  grave anxiety.    ,  Tested by Time.���������In his justly Celebrated Pills Dr. Parmelee has given  to the world one of the most unique  medicines offered to the public'in late  years. Prepared to meet the want  for a pill which could be taken without nausea, and that would purge  without pain, it has met all requirements in that direction, and it is in  general use not only because of these  two qualities, but because it is known  to possess alterative and curative  powers which place it in the front  rank of medicines.  An'appeal is made to Americans for  funds to restore tlie tower of Purleigh  Church Iind irarig" ��������� aT peal of-fJells lifTtT  This is tho church of. which the Rev.  Lawrence Washington, ancestor ������ of  George -Washington, wiis rector from  1632 to 1643,  "My Kidneys are all Wrong!- How shall  I Insure best results in the shortest  time?" It stands to reason that a liquid  specific of the unquestionable merit of  South American Kidney Cure will go  more directly and quickly to the seat of  the trouble than the "pill form" treat  ment, and when it strikes the spot  there's healing in an instant���������78  The Now Zealand government accounts for tlie present ..financial year  will show a surplus of more than''$3,-  500,000.  Statistics show' that 140,000 children  in Belgium���������ovor 13 per cent of tlie  population���������aro without any education.  Heart-Sick People.���������Dr. Agnow's Cure  tor the Heart is a herat tonlo that never  falls to oure-~ls swift In its effects���������goes  closer to the "border land" and snatches  from death's grip more sufferers that  any other i'omedy for any family of diseases aiid ailments In the category of  human suffertnga. Gives relief In 30 mln-  utes.���������7B  In Paris on Burns night about 150  Scots and their friends met in the hall  at 5 Hue de Colisee, under the auspices of'the Church of Scotland, 17  Rue Bayard.  File   rerrors   swept   Away>���������Dr.   Aa*-  new's Ointment stands at the head as *  reliever, healer arid sure cure for Piles  In all forms. One application will glva  comfort In a few minutes, and three to  six days' application according to directions will cure chronic cases. It relieves  all itching and burning skin diseases in  a day.   35 cents.���������79  China's latest reform scheme i.s to  transform the historic examination  halls in Pekin into a military school.  V   NO DIFFERENCE  Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Roidl' cures  any form of Piles, Internal, External,  -Bleedingr-Blindr-I.tGhing>^Supp^r.ating,^_i  etc.,; are simply names of the stages  through which every case will pass if  it continues. >������������������&;',=���������, V      '*���������"���������  Piles are caused by congestion of  blood p.-the lower how$\, and it takes  an internal remedy :-**tb|y,remove the;  cause. ���������   ���������  ���������,,  ,>���������"  Dr. Leonhardt's1 Hem-Rdid is a tablet taken internally; and no case of  Piles has ever been 'founit-tt,-. failed tor  cure.   Money back if it does'-'fail.  $1.00 at any dealers, oif the" Wilson-  Fyle Co., Limited, Niagara" Falls, OnE  Japan, adopting English methods of  fertilizing, is ordering large quantities  of lime and sulpliato of ammonia from  Great Britain.  Tho smallost treo in tho world is the  dwarf willow of Groat Britain���������two  indlios high.  ., ,  'i.  A; new Methodist   church,  new  $38,000 was oponod at  Ont.  Port  costing  Arth r,  Ivory Carvingrs.  Ivory carvings that hnvo become dls-  colored can bo rostorod by using u flannel wet In turpentine, Put thorn In the  sunshlno for throe or four days after  tho first rubbing nnd wot thorn again  whllo they aro lu tho sun,  IflmproHN I'anime-i.  KmproHs Poppnon, who was sacrificed to Noro's brutality, was a small  unmet Lo bounty, will) groat, lustrous  black eyos and n glorious wonltu of  hair. Hor skin was llko polished Ivory,  and sho wns so fearful of losing hor  dainty eoniploxlon that sho always  washed In asses' milk,  The Poisoned 8prlng.���������-As In nature so  in man, pollute the spring and dlseaae  and waste are bound to follow ��������� the  stomach and nerves out of kilter means  poison In the spring South American  Nervine ls a great purifier, cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and tones the nerves.  The beit evidence of its efficacy Is the  unsolicited testimony of thousands of  cured ones.���������-76  Colors for tho Royal Canadian regiment at Halifax have arrived in that  city, and it is expected that thoy will  bo presented to tho corps by Princo  Arthur of Connaiight.  Mlnard's Liniment on sale everywhere  It is ostimatod   that thero   nro at  Sresent 75,000 political   prisoners   in  ,us.siiin jails.  Lord Hyde, the eldest son of the lord  ohamhorldin, iH a handsonio young  nuin, -)ho is vciy popular in court  otrcloB,  Mlnard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Georir.o C. Watts, of Chicago, willed  $20,000 to his don Bill, n fox terrier.  Ono of tho KrontOHt. blosslngs to  parents Is Mother Graves' Worm "exterminator. It effectually expels  worms and gives hoitlth In a marvellous manner to tho little ono,  ���������Appetite comes with caring  and each square of crisp de-  liciousness seems bur to make  room for more,       -V  Mooney's Perfection  ���������     Cream Sodas  are different from any other  cracker. Nothing heavy or  doughy about them but, so light  and crisp that they tie trans*  parent. Mooney's biscuits will  be a regular dish on your table  if you will try them.  Say "Mooney's" to your grocer.  "Weak  Lungs"   -. " Psychine " has restored  thousands of people to buoyant  health and strength whose condition bad been regarded as hopeless.  It is at once a tonic and flesh  builder, containing remarkable  properties as a blood purifier and  germicide. It will strengthen  and heal the weak lungs, force out  the phlegm, and drive away the  cough, no matter of how long  standing. "PsvfcHiNE" tones up  the whole system and drives out  disease, heals the decayed tissue  and restores lost energy. Its use  daily will prevent and ward off tliat  most subtle disease  consumption.  GREATEST OF ALL T0NI03  AU DRUGGISTS���������ONE OQUAR-FREE TRIAL  i n.'.  DR. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited  ITS Kins; St. W.      Toronto, Canada,  \  Crab Pots nnd RolnotN.  Crab pots and oolpots aro exact models, ou an on hi rued scalo, of tho cocoon  ot tho emperor moth.  Dear Mother  Uui {iU2������ uac������ tic ������ cuutUut ������4ft ta  Fill and Winter weather, The* will  cjlch cold. Do you know about Shileh'i  Coniumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  whit it hai dona (or to many ? It is said  to be the only tellable remedy (or all  di-M-ei of the air patugei in children,  it ii abwlufely Kirmlew ind pl������*unt to  lake. It ii guaranteed to cure oryotn money  ii ffhimfrt, Th*- prli"-* it Vic. put ho������l*������,  and all dtaleri in medicine tell ri  SHILOH  ybtm*Mlft\mUmketM*houmm^  Ink "OMr-Horntlon,  Tho deterioration of ink Is supposed  by chemists to nrlso from ono of tho  three cruises; (J( Mohliiiess or tho  growth of a voRotnhlo pitrnslte on tho  (���������nrftioft of tho liquid: (2i tho sopnration  of tho colorliiR mnttor, this bolnjr commonly attributed to choinloal cluinffos  tflklii-,' plnco In tho liquid; CM oIikiikp  of color duo to choinliml net Ion.  William \V. Townsond. n w>etioii  man nt Ann Arbor Mich., rcwivod n  five oont ciy-ar for fiiidini*: nnd return-  inn to its rightful owner an nnioiint  ovor $.15,000.  For Coughs  and Colds  There is o remedy over sixty  years old���������Ayer's Cherry  Pectoral. Of course you have  heard of improbably have used  it. Once In the family, It stay8;  the one household remedy for  coughs and hard colds oo the  chest, Ask your doctor aboutlt.  ���������'! hive hid MMm<-mU \X\ne thnei, *M  Ain,*CX\.rn Ptefata} hu brwckttneiiifeii  tlir-iiif-h omii tHf*, I neve Jmt rwovniM  from my iMt attmk, amtXjhtre*ren, No  FT   wiT      ������v^-*svv. Bieeisi, fovea*  ^EJBEESSF  uers  PILU.  BAitvrant.  Ayer's PHI> Increase) ths activity ot  ths liver, and thus aid recovery,  Pitr-ilnn Klli-i-i'lli-.  Allium:   OllltT   l-ll������|iil...   i-������l'i������*rr������l    Is*  rprshm ftlquotto In tho riih' th..| Wi-ert  a siiporior dine* with nu inl'diur ih  Intt.ir brinirs In tho first dUh hlniM-di  It must 1*0 held nt arm'** l-Mitrtli, nr  rl������l jvorfectly horls-ontiil nnd doptwlte  orc-ctselj* ia the right place nt once.  rtr.fnrm  y i \nvY \nt\ei\neemoet hn*- lioon  iniidi' thu* nn orgnniTintion, inrhiditii*  promiiMMit mon of affnirH nn woll as  londiiiK nu'ii of lott'-rs, Iihk h������"������'ii ii'inud  to urfjo tho Himplifioation oi l''.ugli������h  ���������snnllitK*. This iu>w IkmIv i-. i-ullwl tho  Mimplitiod Hpfllinuj Hoard. ��������������� win Mp-  ponl to all who for educational ^ or  triicticiil n-iiMotiH winh to mako Ku-f-  ish sp-jllini; oaaior to awjuiro. Mr.  Andrew Carnogjo has Konctously un-  dortiikfii to hour tht? uxpciiMi of tho  orttanii-iition. Mr. t'nrii*li"if hnx l������������n������  ht'wli i.iiivilit������'d that Kinilir-ii uou.nl he  mado tho world latiniinv"'* of tho fi������.  tur<*( and thu*- om* <>i the inllut'iin*  loading to univornal \m*ce, ami ho ho-  liovff'   that the chiof   oh-^tath* to it*  SmmkIv adoption itt to ho found in ita  ifRcult ena contradictory -tpelUng  3ELLY  POWDE1  DELICIOU8LY  FLAVORED.     ^  CRYSTAULY   CLEAR.  A PINT OF JELLY  MADE  IN A  MINUTE  BY 81MPLY  ADDING HOT WATER  REFUSE ALL  SUBSTITUTES.  ASK YOUR GROCER  FOR IT  ft  STEADY  to S15  per  SI to 91S per week   earned.  If.'- wi ��������������� irn-m ���������> ,.'i-.vf ,,, ���������.,>fV ,,������������������  IUiik 1I(.������ii;u������ ftUoiUKKft tlmir Iiuium,  tncktiiK t...iinr������ fur ui to ���������fill tlir tr������'U. No  , rfi-nn. i'tp"rit>n"4> iicc-xwirr Ili������f������nr������ no  tnii.lrin.'i. -Ant������������t miii-b, IUnakun Ho  aiKMt M*i'n<nk Oo, Toronto, 0������n������d������.  W N U Ne m i���������������tt;   nk-vvS; :CuM#E&LAN.D5  B.KiTlSft ��������� <������<jpVkjL%iA'  SHOES  We have -jyst open"  ed the finest stock of  Shoes ever shown in  the district.  Mens' Vygniens' and  Childrens', :in all  qualities and styles.  Call and see them.  IGGS & WHYTE  music was played and speeches w.ere  made." On our way up we enw a  band of over 4,000 sheep in charge  of two slu-pln-rds. On our way  back we pawi-ed Mr Perkin's Rose  nursery, it h one of the strangeat  Bighia in California. About ten men  l>vn?y raisin-/, digging and placing  iii flower ppuyrose plants for New  York.  OLIVE, ORANGECO. CALIFORNIA  The mostlov lyvill-age lever fount}  Flowers -md fruit  the  whole  year  round  Orchards and gardens on every side  And beautiful ^ret-ls so clean and  wide.  A iovt-lv schoolhouse \vith spire and  belis  Their care for the young so plainly  tell'  The children all meet for study and  play  Apd pass their happy hours away.  No salponu where drunkards come,  To drink and gambU and aw.ear for  fun  Far better indeed our world   woujd  be  If no such places could ever be.  ���������Then let i*is all try to do pur   best  To make our homes   and   country  hieBl  This "js all at present you may  se,e  From your humbh- servant.  S.F.C.  TOOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  ���������1 N *to days from date I intend to apply  io the'Hi-n. Chief Comniisioner of  Lands and Works for a twenty-one (21)  year lease of the following' described land  for the purpose of Oyster culture, commencing at a post planted on the Easterly ?hore of Von Donope CIeek, ,Cortes  1 si:��������� ml, thence following the shore line  around head of creek to a point opposiic  jn'tii.l post 'hence to plnce of coinmeiice-  ment, enclosing 300 acres, more or less.  JQ'HN GUNARSON-'  covered with  ashes and dust���������has $   s  dust flue through which all the dust  and  ashes   escape  *^hen you  shake  down the fire.  This heater is so easily regulated and operated,  ^jid so  cleanJthat it makes the .entire houbel^old  bright and genial.  Bbld by all enterprising dealers,   Booklet frop,  ������ar Adve*dbj.se**6who want thoirud  changed, should ������et copy in by  ������ a.m. day before issue.  The Editor will not he reaponi-ihlo for tho  views, sentiments, or any errors of oompoai-  tion of lotter oarronpotidontH, *  CGI. JS.' 'ftn&eracm, flfoov*  >TT r "'' '-.T?  fob Work Strictly CO. 15.  Tram-'ont Adj- OrbVi in Advance,  ISSUWD KVKKV WRUNKMIIAV.  Subscription $!<{,ooa yonr  Tha sport** for thn 24th are mainly for the amuBement of the children of our town, 11 place whero  fltuUHOfiii'iits ain fow and whoro ro-  ;U'>-!ttiO'>', for  II      ^ ���������vi'ij*   :\co    I'.it:'.,  \   .1 u.<  Many will  po'.> 'lauMmo   tr-iiio-.- | j'Hjji  ���������\tt Villi U',;vi   u(   -..',.>   ./:,:;*.,,     vXCUl'H^it:  ri'.U'.i Mo-'t cl un.-1. iv.tve relatives'  Hrm-- hi I'V.iimu:o, and naturally  desiru to vitiii thmu. lUu the buni  r\e## man und 'hoM'tthd resident of  thin town who jmi'h hit* shoulder to  tho wheel-uni uia'u-f tin* imM o.t a  day of aii.URPiiiHnt for iho children  of the plncH und incidentally to get  up fornothinp* to interest tho grown  ups as well, is the one who has the  interest <of the place which affords  him ft living nioct a* heart, n&d not  the one who o.himo'ri- for cheap  ex-  iUl-'lllli,!   ...  ,1   I.i   ,    HJ.,.,1}  Our Kiilorprii-e npology hn?* i-iz.  t*l<������d the i'rct* ui iti* juv������ liktt wrath  down to poHy whining againi-t  rhir-k������������fiH, and a r.iiild who owns  thorn,   uoo.i Did iijn logy !  Tht* N'.'wjj ji.Jul* iu i."vig'>������,'������ji,-itii*g  jl n Mr ?>nir- ,,t tij -.j. Mr a'ff--  rion to tfif '.iiOtT rin'.iri'il ffrif, und  UiO titovi������u.t ������.r,on it!- gocil fort uuu  in hiv.ng hih to till thtibefu.  LONDON,   T0B0NT0,    MONTREAL,   WINNIPEG,    VANOOUYEK,  BT,   JOHN.    HAMILTON.  C. II. TARBELL  Sole Agent  Gnndwiok, Why 19tl}, 1006  Deaf )2ditor:���������I. have juut returned after (-pending rao'stof the winter  in Southern Cahlurnia. I went  there ii> pumiil of health as I jpid  heeu suffering from catarrh ixuti  thought a warmer plimato plight do  tne good. I nnyo a nephew, Mr  Paniel P Crawford, who rw������idea in  Qliye, a town in Qrange County,  about 85 rrilh.'-- !**���������< ??������.)- hhn of  L*������  ..'! n'< ''���������;.'��������� 'i       .    .   j ;' :V   |;-,.V.: \* ������'i   HlV  ,11 .).. (', v, .ii Po '-.l.'iu {>>    liii.'U'  \',..  ll   I   l':-i\ti Ol .'      ..jlI'V   iiUiufli ill.'1   llT    '|  riiiie eaiiliqu.uu, i wuh in I'aiu  Alio und S.in K'nt-iciiicti jnut a fow ;  day** iieforu Jliatt-ad ev^iu occurred  KverytniiiK was fait ninl I* milifill  il������'-n. I vihited the (Iran ' Mustuui  ilt l'.tlo Alto and miw thoufiund������ nf  ilnllur* worih of wonderful cu������io-������  iro.ii Europe and A.-iiimow in ri^lne |  I want to i������iij you a little of what 1 1  saw in Olive wnere i remded in January, February and March. The  oldfJ-H inhabitant stated that Uipy  had n*>vor hefnr.i mm m many rainy  , I IX-  .llVjt)  lillllll,,       ki.M.ilj       IlliltiVU.I. I.  -  weie continually hearing of cars being delayed by land-did**** in the  inouiitaini* and wanliou*s in the vnl-  leye, itill -Atihitd ������.*ao or three line  day* nearly ev������������ry wi;������k, ami when  thffcun dm cmni' out, the gardens  ind orrlr-rd-* lunkrvl v<������rv bfaulitnl  iiitl(.'������*d Afd'f ihn'ii t'n 1 a days Mr  Cri'ufar'! dr..vi- nn up tn Or������ng-**  Park to p,-r������ n fn>������liiintn>)l(! rcort for  Tcn-'sti**. It bad an auditoriutn to  I s������ ui .ivc orisix bundr-sM people whero  Koyal Baqkof Caiiada  Capital (paid up),.........  BaBerve Fund, ..........  Total Assots,   T. E. KENNY, Ph^id-bit.  .$3,000,000   3,487,188  .......,...?e,373y&76  E. L. PEASE. a-SNEEAL Makao*  BRANCH/AT CUMBER.LAJS.l'),  Sayings Bank Department.:���������DepoaUs of $1 aud upwards received;   Iutei;eat aL-.  lowed at cucreut, rates, comyouaded t>*vioe each year oo ?0* Jui*e and .(U*,* P������oo������Her.  Prafts ou nil points bought and Bo\d.  $L P. WILSON, Manaqbr.  n ' ........  OFFICE HOURS 10 to 3;   Saturday 10 to X2-, open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to f*p,m  Fishing Tackle  A.*XiAie������a-B3 stooic o^1  ,Npvy Fof ,Sale  Qh,eap  KodSj Reels, Lines, Casts, Flies, FIy.bqp.ks  a lot more tha,n  was ordened.  To Get Rid o* These ^Ooods they -will be aold  cheap foj;Caph for tlie neat Ten Days.  ���������MUaalMMMM������ia^MiMaHa������WM^u^a������aHMMM---'  T. D. McLean, Watchmaker  Cumberland B.Jp.  Assignee's Sale of StocH  and Fixtures  Of the Frank Partridge et-tate (late jNa-  pi,er And Partridge) of Cumberland and  Co-jir^enay, consisting of Gro,cerie*, Gen.-  era" DryXioods, and Boots and Shoes, is  ofered, together with this old established  business as a goitiK concen., lur Pubi^  tender. Jhe two stocks at Cumberland  and Courtenay'" may' be tendered, for,  to&einer or separately. The hiybesj or  ,f.>an.\'_tetideii-noine.cessaiilv accepted. ���������_  ^rpTiipE.  4ny person >,r perbona found cut-  ittngpr renioving tii.ab.er (rum Lot$  15, 20 Mfid the t-.oy.th 22 acre* of  the Fractional >'. W. t, rtc.fi, 30 and  FrtVc*i.oiiai S W -J of Sec 30 (97 A^  ,ijf To.w,nshi|i XI, Nelson' piairiclf  -.vill be pror'eeuted a,ccowlirig l-n hiw  OB^NTjjf iM(HJN������"K.  .Cuiiiliefiniid J.jIi, #th l'U06.  ..���������������><.- ���������rj^Litia*  Par.uculars of stock can he seen at the  office of H.A. Stone, Vancouver, or the  stock can be viey-ed in Cumberland.  Tenders inust be-ealtid and marked  fl $u\ck Tender ". ajid received by noon  op June 15th by H.A. Stone.  Abbigoei* tor iTi-auk Pui'irid^e estate  The Gilt Bro'.hers Co,  ��������� Vancouver.  ���������t^M**H*������M,,lwl"I''I''t,-'I''I'-|I'-'I''^l''I'''t''l''  WEDDING  PRESENTS    *  LiU J..._ JL.^ . JB  -]���������  CUMBERLAND  A Suggestion for Every  Glance in ray Windov or  Show Caeei". ��������� ��������� ������������������  V.  TENDERS.  In pursuanrp pf an Order of Hi-}  Honor Eli H.t)iisv'l������ Judge of ihe  County Coiir't of Nanaimo, dated the  16th day of May 1906,  TEp*IUKKS vyillbc rppeivcd by thc  undersigned to the 33rd d.������y ot June,  1906 (inclusive) for the purchase of thc  ecjiiity of n������d<'m|'iion or other estate anc}  imeii.".t 1.1;' '' i- hi.-  Lvlv,;.r.l   KolIin������f*  of  ,,h i ,'i   .V  '!;;;���������  ���������;  ;i,t -i!   ;,,!!.,'-| uf IllOll It I'l d  piT'-'*-'.iv; ���������,ii'.!;\i'-' lyinj* and beiiiK at Co-  ,. n, v..... ���������,-,,.,. islnid, and hem-,' the  W������-t������rn portion of Section 76 according  in ihe ofiiti.il map of Comox Di&U'ict con  tainim- 121 2-3 acres more or less. There  i* a rt-nisiered inorij*aRe from the late  Kdw. Unlinks to Kalph K. Wilcox over  Ihe above properly tn iiectire $500 and  interest which in still in force.  1 he liitfliest or any tenner nut ncco  saiily accepted.  C.H.'HeovorPotig,  Solicitor,for Ofllr.lnl Administralor  Cumlwrlft.id H.C, May 17, 100C.  jo20  As ������ Oi������t Store there ������re  norivftlf* You psajr i-e-  unre DiodoHt, yot pleading  Gifts, for as little at-$100,  with every vpante4 price  between, up to 1100.00.  Ohoicest Megtts  Su|)ijln-d at ljuwuhi **4#r"jut Priam  ye.getable?  A   Great V-juietj-  wilji   alv> aya lw /  iu stock ,���������   also a HUp-jly of  Fr,esh Fi������b  will h������ pri Sale ev-ry VVeilD-*udc*f  Your patroiiHgo is ci-^diaiiy tuvlted   at-4  ajl ordorH will jj������ promptly delivvred.  J.  Son  ,PK0l'lUBTOR8.'  FOR SALE  ���������r  ���������������  ii  Stoddart  Si  ���������������  The  Watohmaktr & Jeweller  ^^^-t*^hW'H***H-H'-W'i^H4'  n*  La Bosco  Pedigrefl -"tnllion, will -Mand for  tJi������ct*K-*(������n at I'iercy'ei logging camp  Ilavnei Sound���������  ll, Herey-- prgj*  J18  JL Jwlu  Fair  Trial  IS JLXJLi WB ASSC  TUST a chance to nhow you thai  J wo al wuya please our cuamuier*  by fluiiplytnK in������w with tilt* iiiKST  NlKATS at the lowent m*TM  prices. A trial order will conyluw  you.  THE  CITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. McKAY, Proprietor.  A ftucct-1*-*! Bpii^ler-i Convcr.tfon.  Full repon next weok,  HAHter  Wilt Clinton   returned  la*t night.  fjcros bottom land ft miles  "from town, good spring vviiter^ very  suitable for dairying, about |300  improvement,   Easy termii.  Apply <*' this ojflce.  ^  m 29  HAUIHVAKJft . srBOIALTIEJS  fpr ppring at the liig Blore, linhing  tjiokle, Itamtnocb, ftdtittiM racquetn  and Balls. Lnwh ipowMn, Garden  reels, Garden Iiobp, Garden ��������� toolg,  Lftwn flprinl^leru, Poultry netting  Screen 'loor-', WindpiT bliiidn, Wall-  piiper, Paint-, upd bri)Hhps,  \ye carry arge ������tom\* of these  jlnef, nt loiyoi-t pticps. Your pat-*  fpimge solialter]  ������ H. Imor <i Co.  +*^www+mw+mvmwwwwmm+m  Dyl| Evenjngs  Are Banished  WHBN YOU OWN A  Columbia  Graphophone  If W11.L PftOVIIl*t  THE BEST MUSIC  THE FUNNIEST 30N08  THEMO!|^^HABLB  niOHT AT YO������K OWN VIOWIIbB, AT  A MODKRATtf Oo������T. VVRITX fdB  CATAtWOE OH CAH*- AT  FLETCHER BROS.  VIOTORIA. NANAIMO  VANOOUVEK.  Hole AR-entfi For B.C.


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