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 fA&,fm*U*f  THIRTEENTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND;  'B, G. WEDNESDAY    JUNE    13   1906  r  =89t������"  Particular People Fhould   know   that   Groceries  sold ���������'���������'..  At The BIG: STO  are guaranteed to be the very best' food   prod tics a  <>b:aV-v!-lc3,  Our store is loaded down with good   things   to   eat,   ino.--t  everything to satisfy the inner man.  We have some convincing arguments in   the way   of   high  grade food stuffs AT THE RIGHT PRICE  Send US a trial Order and you will agr--*e rilh  hundreds' of others that the BIG STO ME is the best place to  buy your  -GROCERIES ���������SUPPLIES-  Everybody wants 2nod  3$$kW$&^^ fruit and tliianwpi-iu our  *Mid&^������--i!iS^xshr$l        stock will be found com-  rhe coming  MrawDernes  fS^"-"*^^? now comitigin.  Crown and Masons Fruit Jars  iu all sizes at lowest piitna  SIMON LEISER & Co Ld  11  ���������fLgra-T-  Cumberland  *,  a-*  MEETING  $4 05  $9.40  $40.65 .  ,$40.25  $97 25  jj-asraf  MrT. L Beavpn, t Victoria D.  B. 0, 11 a/rived in town ia:*t week,  primarily in '.he hv.erw.s of the 1,  O. F. Thi*". Society.' has allo'ved  ii self lo -be jostled to 'die wall in  Cumberland -when a moments  thought should,, convince' ''aiiyo'ie.  tn-.it hi- a benefit,, and insurance  Buciety, it'iaon**ihat oa^ht to ��������� receive'the greatest attention from  its members. Mr L.-aveu ban how-*  ever, met wiih great succwt* in hint  work f re'-oi'iMitij-iii'-r, inul.'i strong  court will undimht' (tiy Tesidt from  his efforts. Certainly hn litis met,  with doubting Thomases and soie-  head.-'thaut'e found everywhere,and  who, by blowiui; off the *"'epin of  theii eloquence, expo-'o their col Ion-  sal ignorance to nn 11 mused audience For the bene fit, of any who  doubi ilivgood intentions, nnd tho  fraternal spirit of tho society, wo  uopv (he foi low ing extrnot from S  F. Examiner of May II). The ad ���������  vertiweiiK-nt c.il) on all membera in  need to come forward, tbe second  item is a commentary by the Exam  inoron the notion takon, winch is  moro than the order in constitutionally bound to  Arc You Strong ?  ..MomUii'u of tho  Independent Order of  Foresters.  If in need  of   HOOD,   H0U.SKUEKPINC1  OUTFITS, CL'JTMINO,  TOOLS  ut*   VI-  vivi'i'tr, ATO ft-tl 11 f KMO KiiHor utreet,  Sm Fianemoo, atone*-.   Tne 1 U K. Iiaa ro- | ^ |VQf ,���������     0 ,  lievoil th������ ii*d Croon tummy vi Inu^tiv ���������./ >  all inutnUcra of thu or������l������r, liu-l i* u >w |.r������.;|-ar i hiiiil -   llcin,v'"U);.n  500 in cash, besides paying t' o May and  Jtmn duos for "h������i S'in Fianci'-co niPinhr^  -v>"di n-wiurita toaliout $1,110'), and Di* Gv-  onhy.itfkhi, thu Supreme (Jh of Ra.iyer, lia-*  sc-ut a personal donatton of $500. Th'- eub-  ot'dina'.o and enmp iiuo'j court,-) of Odium i  and rlv* U'iiJ"ed Su*"-''' have <-i.-i.ch contrtbu-  p.d auina ranging mini ������5 to$lt)0, aud with  this* iin.if'.y tho I.O,P., Rvlud eonnnitviis!  h-is ���������jrovicl-'dfood, jhitliiiii.', tvorkihg ton!?,  a*.<j| oo;iij_i!<?t,eliim*ulioid oiHIi'S,, Oi'iisintiug  of kiohiMi uten.-titK, sot of (lichen, (lining table ju'iJ chairs, hods, ttpring. ina'tre-ib, bed-  diii"*, ilroauiir, couoh, outler*.', and a nt-.  uonl'i'g rat-go for each applicant. 200 of  tin-no outfits wero pui'oha?������(l in Los Angoli's  and through theVjoni'ttwy of V>r Dcvi/io of  thi R'9'l (>r.J8S Society and the Southern P.t-  oific H i'l������va.v Co.-'-he. oiitiri". ulnpa.uii, w'.iw  Drought iii free nf u.\uapormtuia churgcs,  An oihor mttlifcs will bu puruhiisod in tin; 1 ;-  oul iit-vi'liotu a- rMivi-ry lim buoti promise!,)  h\ K.ohI denliirH nfti'i'r,|K> '21 mt.  Tlionu iiiriplios aro lnunt* distrilmci.-l t'l'd-n  1919 Sutter ^trnot, San Knttioimvi, wlicrn ,).  f. iVnepliy, II V O \\; O. K, U'���������-;���������;, 11 S:  t *; Q KtiVvavc. P lit!!'! '-;'! I'-'rivi't )''  Uiictl, li :*> '' It., ,ar-* in i.'li i. ,������, VV.'vrin  Wui'iiu nl jjnioiu hnvo iM.ni.' ' i- , Mu Mil  C.'osa inlhury uml <;:'������������������ 11 .iu,1;..., V ���������', ��������� ���������. \'",,  ai priiiiiino'il, biirininii oi'ia wn... li������v������'' in-.n.  a-tvin.'i'l'of thin ijjto'nplill'jatioa of j)rnuiki.i'i  fraternity.  ��������� Somo of the benefits are:���������  Members totally  incapacitated by Kickou*-" or au-  .ddent, ere entitled to half the  amount of insurance carried w'ilh  ont further payment of dues or premium!*, beneficiaries securing the  bitlanco at death of the mombt'i  without nny further payment-  Members ceano ])aying premium-  at tho ago of 70 yr������. and membi :������������������  know thai, premiums are the Haii,<  at tho end of the term at* at tho I���������<  ginning- Tho rate of insurance i*  very low, about .\ that, of nny com-  merciitl iiit-tintnce company. Mr  Beaven,, it will he remembered, |V  thei-ontli-man who drat introduced  town���������the   ("er  for M I ���������!���������!���������! ;*-  Present, Mayor.' Wiilard Aid?  Bate, Whyte anil Ileid.  Minutes read and adopted.  Communications* read from Mr  M Hillf*, solicitor for Well Coll. Co,  Victoria, regarding request for 10ft  extra for city buildings, and slating that the deeds of the property  w������s not in hi." hand**, add had possibly been mitiaid.    Laid on   table  Account?, From stamp and   peti-  c:I works, 800 dog lags        $3 00  A li Pencey, jiaper otc,  8 Leiser H.-.r-twnreet'c.  Eleetric light, March,  " ���������*       April,   ,  Total  Referred to Fin com.  K' piirtt, Con    Banks , for   May  i;c iVet-.er  c liecuon'v $85.50  .-calf ac, $-1.25  i'-Uice court- $5.oo  lot niv.    '. $yi.?5  ,ils-o ri pur led that ^e we r near 0   P.  I t-V.eve.s-;   \v;i.->    m    bad    cotiditi.jn,  L..ki ou table.  Mayor n-po-tod usuit of meeting  ! ctiTed for celebration, thit Dominion Day wouid be. celebrated.on  2.  Deferred buViue.-JS  Mr Hill's .letter ���������  Mn j or ptat' d 'that hi believed  thnt Mr Muni s had sent deed to  Victoria4, it wa.-- res-olvc* to rend Mr  :hli* letter lo Mr 'Num;? at Coiwood  <u*d lei hi:i) deal."wi.\}i it,  Mr" PaTdon-epor t ,^lT^BTuTfel~ex~  plai'.cd ih.it ihe  ses*-er   from   the  ��������� onier of M; S'.eve'i,*- place at   j re  st-ju*. ang.ed'acro.-B lots  to  Peiiriih'l  Avenue, ii htid become ohok--:d untJ  wasfuul siii> lliitg, af'.er cli-cussion  the Vtd of Wks was   author."Jol ..to  iny a dewer on Penr.ui Avenue froui  2nd itreet to   im-���������* vgee.ion   of   old  ���������1 rain, property hoidi-r:" on part  af-  fee ed to drain into ihu-.  New 1'UBiiie.---', Tviideifi for paib-  F Partridge,-$0 90 d.,a  S rJ{'';,',ei', 45et.-e ich  Coal pcoops 50cts  Lowest tender accepted.  A request was made for use of  Hall for Liberal A?>-ociation meet-,  ini-s, free of charge. Aid Reid  thought request should be granted  as the Liberals were a public body,  nnd if Conservatives wanted the  hall they could have it also.  Aid Bate reminded the Council  that a a resolution had been adopted some time back by which every--  oneu.������ing.the Hall would have to  pay the Ufhal fee, the only except-,  ionp being in f.tvnur of a charitable  e.au'-je or a public meeting. Aid  P-eid moved that request lie granted,  not seconded. Mayor--Wiilard eaid  that the Liberil association were  wilting to'pay for the hall, and no  doubt the Conservatives were also.  Aid Reid withdrew hh motion,  A delegation of the Hospital  Board interviewed the.Counc'l relative-to a sewer from the building,  the estimated cost of which was $100  and,offering to stand part of tht- expense, carried. Mr Magnone complained of rubbish being dumped in  the ravine at foot of his lot. Kef-  ferred to Board of   Health.      Aid  Reid gave notice of amendment  to  ���������       ������ i  Trades Liceuce by law at the next  meeting.    Mr'Jas Richards report-  The Magnet Cash Store  'AM   v     1  <rW -   \  <<->V*  ���������vjy  7^  ?        If     * *i~t ***���������> I     -'-* A C  i'l  V -  J- !  >  Li*P  1    '  -4  ������������������������?   Y  # ,   *��������� ���������*' V     <C-        *   *-,     ���������**���������������������  Close Inspection  uf our Wall, Papers reveals th������!*f  great superiority. Our New Papwi  are simply the perfection of exc*l-  lence���������alto that our  1906 Mini Tackle  ' i'b the ..I -est.  m  r.E- BATE  We are sorry to learn that Mr S.  Fraser, since his arrival here on a  vieit to his sister, Mrs J Wataon,  has been suffering from bad eyeB,  and ha- been kept indoors as a  consequence.  Mr McNaught'a concert on the  2Vth promises to be a success,  Misa  Haggart ia slated for a piano   solo,  ed on sewerage.     There  would  be ;."aud a new artist, Miss D. Ramsay,  wiii make her first appearance^ in  Cumberland.  Forester i������ taxeii the small sum ci  1 ceni per mom li. The knowledge  of UieexiPten-'t! of a liaven of this  kind, for the home'ei":-' young is another incentive to join tlie Foretiteis.  ''Oi/iiit Morris Vineyard, No,  f-VJ. 2, I. o rf A n <j. o 1 e p, 1" o p i c s''  wiy-f������������������ T/je,si: ..ro the davw when  llvt F .n ���������!'.������!���������< of 8an FrnnciBco  realize th it i; meanH something to  boloi.g to tin, IU.F."  "At LhcO.w'ivid I, 0. F. Relief  Station v.o no.'.jcd the following on  a plain;il! : "ll you have theliJip  we luve the cirti", And they had  too,  '1.! IhJ uii k������ o i x i'* ' ..-v h y 5" o u  ������%i-% >aicf Join  III    It IV,.:'  't    H   Id'      tf    ,-  about 5 miles required to drain the  Ji)vu"JJmriiU'LllLy^^^  ���������give a'.n.estimate of the cost. He  would charge $5 00 per day for his  services if required. Movei by Aid  Reid, (Seconded by Aid Whyte, that  Mr Richards be engaged to take lev-  . *-        ���������j  els nnd im:ke a plan   of   propebed . visit Sound portf-'ou the trip.  sewerage, construction  work could       FOR   SALE-Small   Flock   of  then be proceeded with as necessary    Buff Rock   Hens   and   Chickens.  -Carried.       Constable Banks asked . i:!mJ���������J"rfiii?I,0.rl/ yea'n*'    .    ,     ,  ; c. Ct. Chrifltmas, Cumberland.  The Spinsters will  hold another  convention in the Cumberland Hall  ���������Mm Murdoch, Mrs Piket, Mrs G.  Merrifieid returned by last Tuesdays boat Mrs Wm Merri^eld on  Thursday.  a  Mr and Mrs Geo Clinton are away  on a   short 'holiday.    They    will       *.i*- ������������������ ������.*^  Ihe council for a eontribuiion to the |  sports. $25 oo was donated  Council adjourned.  on Friday evening next. The proceeds will be devoted to the hospital. It is said th.it a few hot shots  are being carl ready for our gilded  youth.  Mr A. Mnight Resigns  Mr A. McKnight, who has for  many yeur������ held the posiion of  Mitsur Mechanic for the Well. Col,  Co here, lias nsignod Lis  position,  nnd will |iO away on n vacation for | era, in the City of Cumberland, has been  hi������ heal h, probably to  Kamloope. 1 this-day dissolved by muiu-il consent, ,ill  Notice of Dissolution  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the |),trinei"shi|i heretofor subsisting be������  tween us, the turle.isij'iicdas Hotel keep-  ..til'.I.'  I'-N  I.i  1.1  uauuiully.  .nl un  mortality  iii.,,- |)i������-)iii u|n, mi   ,4iui3uil ataxii'iliiij.;  -in pnuuiiUy,  lit  titi.il<  Hi  tn iij ...  li      .l.,-.li.  -    |'i,,. J.. ,  !��������������� c ti ii ynu   ... i.i.   !i ,���������..-, Hi diu M) v.'ia.  B. i'ju .������. it i>i fi-li ililn iv i ; jn'iiyrc'iHivo,  W    ul   , , mi mi. il  in ir (lUnii,  11  i!,.U.it! it llltllll  d   .lu   ''   (ji X������H,  H   Jl'ltll'   1IM M illlll   ll,������       |t)h  ,4fll   IlltvXCOll'll),  11      lilti.VI   \\  t<  CiUo ������"ai>i>1y nc--4y mem'wrn w"-t!v  c'inri!������U������t<* I -.,,     ,      ,, , !f , , ,        . ,     WllPi,f  H'l'.ii.iu t' pijfi mtilt f������. .i'-Ii'mi,  H  ,'   ll-n U ,),,.. ll      l ...   In..'H /J I.N  ji.siitVilly   iu  th  honsttlcueping antHtn froo,  Irt tm lienr froui oil imcmherw  not rc*Ki������������n;r*;t.it  J,F. Murphy, HVOIl,  U.Q, Stawart, t������ II C R.  O.K Urflwu, II SWy.  ������.������., llMd.Uii'JU,  Relief Wori otitato.  Tbt J mlr|ieiiiJo*it Onier ������l romnr������ in������ a j  irwa prr������otic������l plan of tru������ hateii ity In d\&.  tril-nl'tg *-������li f   &*m\::-%   :.'c   *i .e   i.fu'ti.  n.*u!c btfitt-'lci'i by tl<������'riro.      l'i������.������ Sttore>, n ���������  KxeoativdCotii'tcil io fmonu* Im* tient ^.������, i for tin,- inaillUt.iaiice of w  the HUCceK-t in o-"gani/.ing work   f i  lilt. j.v.    t, ^ij,u jn.   !*.,, ���������,    ,i,     [i.ai������������  Hale-Tiitn. the ^iic t'j-JH of   the  conn  her������ is awn red from Hie first.  FORESTERS   ORPHANS  HUMt  i  At liet-eronto, Ont, a nit'-ntn'tir '  btiildi i<r i-j ivny ready noil opfii I.m i  the rreriiniiii   >���������!    in\i'm.i: i.-iu.if t. .  i     V&t ll (  J) must- r ,.u,��������� ui in,,ii.������ I'l'uUmi  H  <m*o tu ,.u-,,i "!^    ���������   '- r,i'������-*a.  Ilri'%ii������o it ,a_.-,. j,V"iit> id .-"OOI) J ii, u ran nil.  IJ njiiL-,11 il iianis.ii n.,1 ������V'ni(i������  hi,it t).| nm  BuiiiUMt* it   furiiiiiliii*   |irotM,u���������j,   UuriitL*  lift-  U iJilviiu tl ifuuro< ynu ilcv-'iit l|iiri.U  ��������������� ���������.���������!���������.,   ,,i,lr.   ��������� .,...-, .      ,  IJicau-jv nl it������ uuci-il   ami   f.muraal   tm-  tun i  jo:n !���������*��������������������������� o\v  The News j 'ins Mr and Mrs Mc-  Knight'B many friends- in nxpreBri-  ulg sorrow at thnir projecicd depar*  itiro from atnoi.'g us, and in wishing  them good Incir and all prof-pority  in the fnturo. The Colliery Cum-  i*iiny loc a faithful servant and a  lirat class niochanic  Locai and   Personal  Mr liirkf', of Leu/, k Lower,  <c yji'to rod ������.i flu* Union last week.  Mr and Mrs Hv Fanner bade,  go.*Ibye to Cumberland lu'-t week,  they ���������-<) to Nun.iiuio.  .MrT. Taylor, bavin),' dk-o,\-ed  partnership vvl'h Mrn Dwyer in the  lu:\v Liij4������.k.id alb.j h'L Utx    N.mai -  leu.  Tne Land picnic wan largely at-  O'ti'li d, and ww-t a ^ii-al suc'ceHS,  The nierryiiiakcis pnuieeded to a  P'.iini jinn ibis side oi Union Whi*rf  |   alio ,"'i   Ot iiio;  ii.'-,\     un     ' i I      i.i ,n ii,  I   (.'.i.'C  lh,.  i...i "   .1'iillu mum i  j iver,-,i l Miiini.ntioii is i-X|  Hr lilii'tii'idti l,epfe,--ei|illii.������ .'���������/(���������.*���������>I'ti  t'n'e.j.-'bii'ld. I'l-gihterm) ,tt ihe Cum-  I        -I- : I  III   I i'l '">,      '   ' t*"^  .  Mr A Melniyre left ior the Sound  I'diiuii'v  last, weoU,   act'otnjianyiiig  ni.- hrni.ii.'i', Mr IL Moliryie.  Mi  H. M.   Kei'i'i r   anivi-d   hint  i  debts owing to the said partnership are  to be paid to Elizabeth Dwyer and all  clrtims against the said partnership are  to be presented ui Elizabeth Dwyer, by  whom the same will be settled  Dated at Cumberland, this   fifth day  of June A D igo6  THOS TAYLOll  KI-IHAKKTH DtVVKR  WitutH:���������God (riiisiiiu  DWONJAY  Grand  Celebration  CUMBERLAND     B. O.  July 3nd, IQ06  ,i.i.  ���������j'-cii.  ,,ir' K i ii on t\��������� 111   ii'iu   : i- , i ,i I.,,  j,;.  ; -fioio   \ i,.H... ni iiji ib-t-iriwiinn  oi ." an   1'luuiiiM'..) - U t lini'.-uay alid  Thurhd.iy iii*.'!it.-    i'.   <!ii'tibi-riiiii'l  KOOTIUCEB  |iAt-KI'.Al.L KOUTjiALL  TU(i OF WAU  haii, '*U :*.!r.t '.'.  a.'.  i>;.tt n  --   i in  I    \.j   I   1  i.llVJ     ���������    il-Jl  THHOWING HAMMKR  DANCK AT N1C.1IT  fg Prizes Plenty of Fun  projfi*iinmi������*������ Later,  .t.,-"...���������f--i-.y,;.H-|^  !t-8  ������ ������ ���������������-. -��������������������������������� \^>%K  ^  *A, -^K \  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  AMERICA ATTRACTS  PEOPLE OF IRELAND  -'Astounding Exodus of the Most Promising Youth of the Emerald Isle.  Since the census of 1900 was taken  ntc'rly 200,000 English emigrants have  .settled ia the United States, the year  ended with .July 1905, showing a larger number than any year since 1S05.  A new impetus has been given to Irish  .immigration within the past two  years, a turn which is quite perplexing to those native Irish societies  which have beeu unsuccessfully attempting to stop the great national  leak for so many years. The unrest  among the young native Irish element is still wonderfully strong. An  American, traveller in Ireland is as  much Impressed with this fact as lie  is with anything else in that country  of remarkable things. Everwhere lie  -sees and hears of wholesale departure  for the United States. Even in the  remotest rural hamlets the old people  can be heard lamenting some recent  ���������exodus of the most promising young  boys and girls. Almost every man or  ���������woman that a traveller meets and  talks with in Ireland has a number of  brothers or sisters, or very neat* relatives wbo have recently left for the  United  States.  Emigration agencies exist in every  part of the island. Every village has  a steamship agent, to whose advantage it is to use every inducement to  ���������influence the young men and women  to emigrate. Since their pay must  come from the steamship tickets  which they sell, the agents take good  care to see that many of them are disposed of in the course of a year. The  flaming posters which they flaunt in  the faces of the young people who are  already restive and over anxious to  go, offering the cheapest transnorta-  tion, and. to their minds, fabulous  ���������wages on the other side of the Atlantic, prove irresistahle to the average  villager. Burins; the last summer  whole villages in Cavan. Galwav and  Donegal have been d<***onulated, nnd  vast countrysides in Mayo and "Roscommon have been strioped of tho  remnants of their old-time armies of  farm laborers.  "Minard's .Liniment .Cures .Dandruff.  .v Hans  Anderson   Memorial.  An appropriate memorial to Hans  Christian Andersen is a museum fitted with objects associated with himself. Such a museum has now been  lounded, and, most appropriate jof all,  at Odense, on the Danish island of  Fiona, in the very,house which he occupied, The exhibits range from the  commonest objects of infancy to the  letters of thanks poured in upon the  writer from tlie delighted children of  many lands, and the pen with which  he wrote the last lines of his work.  Perhaps the most historically interesting feature of the museum Is the complete collection of the editions of the  "Fairy Tales" in almost every language of the world,  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  '"Owr $117,000 has been given this  year'by the Presbyterians of Canada  for work In the foreign fields. The  amount contributed for home mission  work was over $150,000. In view of  -The liberal response of the Presbyter-  Ian church to tho appeals, the home  "mission committee is arranging to op-  tin up olghty new fields this spring.  It Is understood that, the Grand  Trunk Pacific Railway Is aslttne* the  govoriimenl; to permit 50,000 tons of  ���������stool rail ft to come Into this country  free of duty. It is said that the  stool mills in Canada have all thoy  can do for tho noxt. twelve months  and therefore, are not In a position to  till this order, If that is so, thon  the O.T.P, will stand n eluuioo of putting a rebate on their American rails,  History of the Weather Bureau.  Like xiw universe as a whole, the  Canadian Weather Bureau evolved  itsetf t'iom nebulae. Its beginnings  were very modest, indeed. Founded  originally mora titan half a century  ago, it continued for some.years as  c-vii once of the insatiable curiosity  of some of Toronto's early scientists.  Since 1S41, indeed, observations have  been made in the worm-eaten old  building, and for 30 years auerward  learned gentlemen continued to make  observations of sun, moon and stars  without the aid of the government.  In IS'l a grant of $5,000- was made to  Proi. Kingston, then in charge, the  government being anxious to give  vessels warning of approaching  storms. By 1SS0 the ooserva'tory had  become a regular government Bureau,  with Mr. Chas. Carpmael. an English  scientist, in charge. For 14 years he  continued in this position, to be succeeded by Mr. R. F. Stupart, the present chief, whose special qualifications  for the post have been widely acknowledged. As to the importance of  the results achieved by the bureau it  is superfluous to speak. Merchants,  farmers, mariners, and picknickers  aviiI vouch for it. Timely prognostications may have saved millions of  Tloliars' worth of nronerty and lum-  flre'*s of lives. Untimely nrognosti-  catfons. scnrceTv less valuable, have  given n's something to talk about. For  all of which we should be grateful to  Old Probs.���������Mail and Empire.  The Shwebo canal, which is to irrigate 189,000 acres of land in India, has  been opened.  Safety For Children.  Baby's Own Tablets is the only medicine that gives the mother the guarantee of a government analyst that it  contains no poisonous opiate and is absolutely safe. This is worth much to  every mother who cares, for the future  welfare of her child. The Tablets are  good for the tenderest baby or for the  well grown boy or girl and cure the  minor troubles that are inseparable  from childhood. Mrs. W. J. Macintosh,  Clam Harbor, N.S., says "I have used  Baby's Own Tablets for constipation,  vomiting and colds and have found  them a splendid medicine. I give the  Tablets all the credit for the splendid  health my little one now enjoys." The  wise mother will always keep a box of  these Tablets on hand. They can be  .S^^"am_anxJruggrst of by mail from  The Dr. Williams Medicine Co^BWck?"]  ville, Ont., at 25 cents a box,  Mme. Schwenter-Traschler has been  elected a professor at the University  of Berne.  UNLIGHT  W OfKY REWARD will  vpa.vvv* be paid to any  person who proves that  Sunlight Soap contains any  injurious chemicals or any  form of adulteration.  is equally good with hard or soft water.  If you use Sunlight Soap in the Sunlight way (follow directions)  you need not boil nor rub your clothes, and yet you will get better  results than with boiling and hard rubbing in the old-fashioned way.  As Sunlight Soap contains no injurious chemicals and is perfectly  pure, the most delicate fabrics and dainty silks and laces may be  washed without the slightest injury.  Lover Brothers  Limited, Toronto  Your money refunded  by the dealer from whom you buy  Sunlight Soap if you'find any  cause for complaint  ������i<  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Bay of Islands.  J.M.CAMPBELL.  I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Sprlnghlll, N. S.   WM. DANIELS.  I was cured of Chronic Rheumatism  by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Albert Co., N.B.     GEO. TINGLEY.  The Hungarian cabinet has decided  to postpone the general elections for  a few months.  Rheumatism���������What's the CauaeT ���������  Where's tha Curs?���������The active Irritating cause of this most painful of diseases Is poisonous uric acid In the blood.  South American Rheumatic Curo neutralizes the acid poison. Relieve! In six  hours and cures in one to three days.���������90  The Smut riant.  ��������� (By Dr. James Fletcher.)  The smuts of wheat, oats, and barley are parasitic plants of low development belonging to the fungi and  to the same large class as the mildews  and rusts found on many plants. The  seeds of fungi are technically called  spores and like all other seeds those  of smut will germinate if they are put  in the ground and get favorable conditions. The smut plant begins  growth in the soil independently and  afterwards attacks the young grain  plant by penetrating its tissues above  the sprouting seed. After this it  lives as a parasite in the stem of its  host, finally mounting to the grain  where it changes the contained  starch and gluten into its own seeds.  A smut ball is practically a bag filled with the seeds of the smut plant.  These are of an oily nature and when  broken at threshing time adhere to  the grains of wheat. The spores are  so minute that a great many can be  present on a grain of wheat without  being noticed even by their disagreeable odor. The smut outbreaks of 1905  were more severe than,has ever previously occurred in the prairie provinces. As smut is a plant and -yithout  doubt grows from seed-like bodies,  there, is more danger of next season's  crop being smutty under,, ordinary cir-  eumst-ances-than-ever���������beforer������������������������������������-  A practical remedy is to treat the  seed grain before sowing so as to destroy the adhering smut spores. This  may be done by dipping seed grain  before sowing in a solution of 1 lb.  of Milestone in S gallons of rain water or by springling the same over the  grain and turning it over thoroughly  with a shovel until every grain is wet.  Sow" as soon as convenient after the  seed is dry. Ten gallons of solution  will treat S bushels of oats or 10 bushels of wheat. Instead of the above  commercial formalin may be used, "/a  055. In* each gallon of water. One  pound of formalin In 32 gallons of  water will treat 27 bushels of oats or  32 bushels of wheat. Bluestone and  formalin are equally pood for wheat  but formalin Is much better for onts  and barley. After treating with formalin the seed grain should be hean<*d  uu and covered for a few hours with  lacks or blankets to keep the fumes  Tn  Andrew Carnegie, In an address at  a Sou thorn jublleo, declares the negro  a valuable asset of the South.  A Milwaukee man, who stole gas  'amounting to $20,000 by tapping mains  was sentenced, to seven years,  tm  \\uaW       \\mVaW I     ���������  Your  Chase  Doctor?"  Have you Learned to Cure BilBousnoss, Indigestion and Constipation with  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS ?  "I'd Rather be Dead than suffor again  the tortures of insomnia, palpitation and  nervous twitchlnf? of my muscles Induced by simple neglect of a little inal-  gostlon. These are the forceful ana  warning words of a lndy who proclaims  that her cure by South American Nervine when everything else had failed was  a modern mlraclo. A fow doses gives  relief.���������02       Will Discuss Many Subjects.  London.���������Among the subjects for  discussion at the Congress of Cham-  Dora of Commerce of tho Empire here  July 10 to 13 will bo British capital  In tho colonies, British commercial  agents, cable communication, Canadian bankruptcy law, commercial relations between uio mother country and  hor colonies, defence of the empire,  emigration, fast, steamship service,  food supply, Impoiial penny postage  most favored national treatment for  tho British colonies, national Indemnity In time of war, and shlppng bounties.  The Growing Time.  A Walkervtlle woman who was tall  and thin and stately when she got on  the ferry to cross over to Detroit  was noticed to have grown tremendously in her dimensions when she  returned a few hours later. An investigation in the private room of the  customs office at Walkerville revealed the following explanations of the  remarkable transformation:  5 night robes.  2 children's dresses.  4 suits of underwear.  2 cotton dresses.  3 kimonas.  6 pairs of hose.  The lady, we are told, was a prominent Walkerville society woman  and she threatened to make out a list  of other Walkerville ladies, all at the  head of Walkerville society who were  accustomed to adopt similar methods  of improving their figures.���������"Woodstock Sentinel-Review.  Eighty Years Old���������Catarrh Fifty Years  Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal ".\iwclei- uurts  him. Want any stronger evidence of the  power of this wonderful remedy over  this universal disease? Want the truth  of the case confirmed? Write George  Lewis, Shamokin, If.i. He says: ���������"I  look upon my cure as a miracle." It relieves in  ten minutes.���������89  A Man of the Day.  Frederick Wallingford Whiteridge,  who win be ambassador from the United States to the wedding of King  Ai.onso and Princess Ena, is a lawyer,  Mr. Whiteridge was born in 'New Bedford, Mass., in 1852. He was graduated from Amherst college in 1874 and  from Columbia law school in 1878. In  1884 he married Miss Lucy Arnold. He  is president of the Washington county  railroad and a director of the Chicago  Terminal Elevator Co., the Cleveland, Akron & Columbus Railway,  Lake Erie & Western Railroad, Niagara Development Company and other  corporations. He is also a member of  the Knickerbocker, Century, Metropolitan, University and other clubs.  He has not taken an active interest  in public affairs in some years. He  was one of the originators of the Municipal Civil Service Commission.  There are now over 7,000 Russian  refugees in BerIin,N nearly all, of them  Jews. "        ^~  For Inflammation of the Eyes.���������  Among the many good qualities  which Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  possess, besides regulating the digestive organs, is their efficacy in reducing inflammation of the eyes. It  has called forth many letters of recommendation from those who were  afflicted with this complaint and  fouixd a cure in the pills. They  affect the nerve centres and the  blood in a surprisingly active way,  and the result is almost immediately  seen.  Bellamy Storer, the recalled American ambassador at Vienna, is 111 with  fever.  Some persons are more susceptible to colds than others, contracting  derangements of the pulmonary organs from the slightest causes. These  should always have at hand a bottle  of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup,  tne present day sovereign remedy  for coughs, catarrh and Inflammation  of the lungs. It will effect a curo no  matter How severe the cold may be.  You cannot afford to be without a  remedy like Bickle's, for it ls the  best.  "Wireless  Torpedoes."  Paris.���������The new submarine, which  ir-- directed from the shore or from a  battleship, by means of" electrical  waves, has finished its trials at Antilles, and is said to have fulfilled the  expectations of its inventor, M. La-  lande.  The instrument is formed of two  cone-shaped cylinders, placed horizontally one-on top of the other. The  Wl^eTTyiTe~it"tlre~"smia^llerrand-is-iitted-  at e'ther end with a short mast for  receiving the waves. This part of th  vessel is never quite submerged,  The lower part. Is joined to the up-  pei by strong transome, and contains  the torpedo tube, the motor, the steer-'  inp. gear and the screw.  The operator controls the weapon  from a transmitting station, and can  send it along in any direction he  chooses without danger to himself,  RHEUMATISM     AND     PARALYSIS*  Their Complete Home Cure,  Post Free to Readers of This Paper  for Limited Period Only.  A handsome illustrated treatise,  giving full description of Rheumatism  and Paralysis, with instructions for a  complete home cure, describing the  most successful treatment in the  world, recommended by the Ministry  and endorsed by medical men. Thit  highly Instructive book was written by  W, H. Veno, a gentleman who hat  made a special study of theso diseases.  The preface Is by a graduate of the  University of Wurtzburg. Send postal  to-day and you will receive tho book  free by, return,~Address, The Veno  Drug Company, 24 King Street West,  Toronto, ���������  A -medicine, llko a physician, ls bo  lectod because of tho actual results it  '������������������ i-nmiMi ir, liHnf about. Most people  tire <t\o������r hi fhormlnr- oil hor physician  or medicine until thoy know ot cuhob  iu which th(oy havo proven successful,  In culling your attention to Dr,  CIiiiho'h Klilnoy-Llvoi* l'ills It Is only  noi'i'SHiuy tn point to ihriir success In  the past, tor tlioy aro kuuvsu hi u^uiij  ovory home,  lly iuohiih of their direct and specific, notion on thc llvi.-r���������chuhIuk a  lioivlllifnl How of bllo���������tltoy regulate  uii'l enliven ilio action of tho bowels  nnd ensure now* digestion In tho Intestines. Al iho siitue tluu' ilii-y stimulate the Uldiwys In their work of HI-  tel'lti?*; poisons irom tin* lilm-d.  Tills (iloiinsiiig process set lu action  l.y llr, (Muu-'.e'H KIdney-Llvor PIUh  nioans a thorough euro of biliousness,  Intostlnal Indigent ion, torpid liver,  kidnoy derangements and constipation.  It niennrt n restoration nf health,  atronglh ana comfort whoro thoro has)  been pain, weakness nnd suffering. It  means a removal of conditions which  lend to backticlie, rheumatism, lum-  V'lv/o T*vt<rhi'������ n't'���������-*������������������* an appendicitis  nnd dlnboteR.  Mr. O. Martin, Flotowodo, Sank.,  wrltos.���������"I doslro to boar witness to  tho indisputable olltcaoy of Dr. Chase's  roinodlos. I hnvo not writton sooner  Wnusn T wished to be convinced that  tho uso of Dr. Cbnso's Kldnoy-Livur  Pills would accomplish tho doslrod results, In each case In which wo have  had occasion to use them In our family thov have not only brought prompt  relief, but have also effected a lusting  euro As T desire always to havo Dr.  (Jliuse's Kldnoy-Llvor rills In tho  bouse in case nf sickness, I nm enclosing ono dollar for live boxes."  Dr. Chase's Kldnoy-Llvor rills, one  pill a dose, 25 cents a box, at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto. Tho portrait and stgnaturo of  Dr. A. W. Chase, tbo famous receipt  book author, are on ������vt������ry box.  For  the  Children  To succeed these divs vou  must have plenty of erlt> courage, strength. How is it with  the children ? Are they thin,  pale, delicate ? Do not forget  Aycr'u Sarbipauiu. You  know it mikes the blood pure  and rich, and builds up the  general health in every way.  . Tht etnfldi-M eat-not poi-rtMy *-*������������������?��������� too*  With *-nl������M tl]������ tinwtM.lr* In prnpf r tntiM-  liners  ACUB CDW._,  CURT wnxuL  "It's this way," explalnod tho client.  "The fence runs between Brown's  placo and mine. Ho claims that I encroach on his land and I Insist that  ho Is trespassing on mlno. Now what  would you do it you wero In my  place'.'"  "If I were in your place," replied the  lawyer, "I'd go over and give Brown a  cigar, have a drink with him, and sot-  lo tl\e controversy In ten mlnutos. But  as things stand, I advise you to stio  him by nil moans. Lot no arrogant,  domineering, Insolent, plrato llko  Brown trample on your siicrod rights!  Assort, your manhood and courage I  need tho monoy!"-���������Modern Society  The son of the Prussian Minister of  Justice for Boseler has beon sentenced to four months' Imprlsonmnt for  duelling.  Sudden .Death! .on .the .Inoreaie. ���������  Pooplo apparently woll and happy to������  day, to-morrow are strlokon down, and  in nloty-nlno cases out of every hundred  the heart la tho can no. The king of  hortrt romodle*-, Dr. Agnew'a Curo for the  Heart, la within the roach of all. It re-  llevna In SO mlnutea, and ouroa moit  chronic caiof,���������91  Tho Imperial Council of Hungary  hns docidod to hold tho Hungarian  elections next, autumn,  A M-n nt th* Oav.  Frederick Wnlllngford Whiteridge,  who will be ambassador from iho It lilted States to tho wedding of King  Aiion.so anil Princess Ena, Is a lawyer,  Mr, Whiteridge was born 1n Now Bedford, Muss,, In 1852.   IIo wns grndu-  liiui)  lllllll AliliUJim. VAilivnc iu V'-Ti ....u  from Columbia law school In 1878. In  1881 he married Miss Imcy Arnold, Ho  h president of tho Washington county  rnllrond nnd a director of tho Chicago  Terminal Ifllovntor Co., the Cleveland, Akron & Columbus Hallway,  Lake Kile fy WeKleui Uallroad, NMag-  nrn Development Company and other  eorponilltm*. Ho U nUn a, itiuuilur of  tho Knickerbocker, Century, Metropolitan, University and other clubs.  Ho has not tnken an active Interest  In public affairs In some years. IIo  wan ono of tho originators nf th* Mun-  lelpni Civil Service Commission.  HIS WIFE'S LUNGS  BOTH AFFECTED  j,Butthe Great Consumptive Preventative brought Health and Happiness to his Home  "Our doctor said thers was no curs for  my wife aa both her lungs were affected,"  saya Mr, L, H. Walter, of Pearl Street,  Brockville, Ont. " It was a tad disappointment to ua both, juat atarting out in  life, only married a ahort time. But b-ifore  she had finished the first bottle of Piycliine  the pain in her lunjrs quickly went away,  and after taking aix bottlea Mra. Walter  wan a new creature and perfectly wel)  again."  Thnt- li jn������t one at tho manr familtei  Into which Paychlne baa brought hope,  health and happinaaa. it ia a living ptoot  thut Paychlne curea Coniumptlon, But  don't wait for Coniumptlon. Cure vour  LaGrlppe, your Cough, your Bronehltla,  your Catarrh, or your Pneumonia wltb tbt  remedy that novi������r falli���������  PSYCHINE  {ttaaoitaeai SMmm)  50c. Per Bottle  lara-wr tiaee* il rand tt-������II tfruggtrtr*  DI. T. A. 8L0DUM, UrnHnd, Tmafe  W   N   U   No.   MO  I THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  <rf  r       IF DREAMS WERE SOLO.  If dreams were sold ih exchange for  gold,  Td buy a dream of thee.  Sour eyes of blue, with love so true,  And looking up to me,  Tour tender smile and maiden wile  For which I'd give my gold���������  And love so true I'd give to you  If'dreams were sold!  If dreams were sold In exchange for  gold,  My purse I'd empty, dear,  E'en though I knew the shadow of you  Only would come near,  And  the echoed voice  would be my  choice  In exchange for ray gold;  I would deem it a happy dream  If dreams were sold!  If dreams were sold in exchange for  gold,  Happiness I'd buy,  Though far away I'd dream some day  That your love would light your eye,  And the love would be alone for me,  The love that's new, yet old,  And the dream of you may yet come  true,  The dream that's old!  ���������Earle E. Griggs.  AIRSHIPS IN  POLITICS.  THE  RETIRING REGISTRAR.  They  May  Prove To Be the Greatest  Peacemakers in the World.  'The Nestor of Canadian Journalism,"  Is Charles Lindsey.  The Nestor of Canadian Journal-  Ism" is the title applied to Charles  Lindsey, the late registrar of the western division of Toronto by Prof. Gold-  Win Smith.  For 38 years he has discharged tha  position from which he has just retired. Prior to that time he was known  as the best leading editorial writer in  Canada. His touch on Canadian politics was magnificent. Every question  before the different Houses was under  his finger. His articles, brilliant and  magnificent, as literature were of a  strong, forceful character. In his position as editor-in-chief of The Toronto  Leader, the leading organ of the Conservative party in Western Canada, he  wielded an influence that could not be  denied.  He eame to this country in 1842 at  the age of twenty-two years. Up till  that time he occupied a position on  the editorial staffof one of the country papers of England. On his arrival  he was appointed editor of The Examiner, then published in Toronto. On  Its amalgamation in 1852 with The  Leader he was appointed tne managing  editor. In recognition of his work in  that position Sandfield Macdonald, then  the head of the local Legislature in  1867, appointed him to the highest position in the gift of the Legislature, that  of registrar of the City of Toronto. The  NOCTURNE,  THE READING DESK.  fees derived from it were very consld-  "Antiolpationists,"   if  we  may  coin ' erable, no maximum being attached to  the word, expect great things of the .; them.  airship, and the greatest not the most |    In 1890 the Liberal Government, then  obvious, writes The Dundee Advertiser. ' in power,  divided the city and, gave  Two or three years ago an American  novelist, who dislikes pro'tection, wrote  a story to show how triumphantly the  air traveler would burst up all their  tariffs and tariff-made monopolist  Trus'ts.   At the Royal United Service  the registrarship  of  the  eastern  half  io Peter Ryan.  Always a Journalist he continued his  writing after his accession to office,  and some of the most noted works have  come out within the,last ten years. He  Institution   the  other  day, Lieut.-Col. j is the oldest living newspaper man in  Capper, R. E., from another point of ,  view suggested that the aeronaut would  prove the world's greatest peacemaker.  Without saying anything about the  probabilities, we confess to a likijig for  the gallant gentleman's manner of  thinking. Most wars' are made by people who have not the slightest intention of taking part in the fighting. The  Jingo is very brave in the music hall  and at the public-house bar, but deep  in his heart he feels assured that no  enemy will ever get home to his own  door. "The Jingo, he is brave, boys,"  is one of the silliest lies. The Jingo's  bravery is all vicarious; it is other  ,P^Pi^he_is_^LingJLcL^sa^  perfected airship will bring him a new  sense of responsibility. "When," says  Col. Capper, "as in course of time must  happen, they became fully developed,  war would be so immediately brought  to the very* door of the citi'zen,'just as  It-was now brought to coast dwellers  by the navie3 of the world, that it  would become amongst civilized nations  a calamity far more real and far more  dreaded than even at -present, so that  in the end it was probable that the  aeronaut might prove to be the great  peacemaker of the world." Let us hope  that tho thing.will never require to be  experimentally demonstrated.  The Real Malay.  The real Malay is a short, thickset,  well-built man, with straight black  hair, a dark brown complexion, thick  noso a*id lips and bright, intelligent  eyos. His disposition is generally  kindly, his manners polite and easy,  Never cringing, ho is reserved with  strangers and suspicious, 'though ho  does not show it. Ho is courageous-  and trustworthy in tho discharge of an  undertaking, but ho Is extravagant,  fond of borrowing money and very  slow in repaying It. He is a good talker, speaks In parablos, quotes proverbs  and wise saws, has a strong sonse of  humor and Is vory fond of a good joke.  Ho takes an Interest In tho affairs of  his neighbors, and Is consequently a  gossip. Ho novor drinks Intoxicant,*;  he is rarely an opium smoker, Hut he  ls fond of gambling, cock-tlghtlng and  kindred sports. Ho is by nature a  eportsman, catchos and tames olo.  phants, is a skillful fisherman and thoroughly at homo in a beat. Above all  things ho ls conservative to a, degroo, is  proud and fond of his country and his  peoplo, venerates* IiIh unulont ciiBt'oms  and traditions fears his rajahs and has  a propor respect for constituted aulhor.  lty, whllo ho looks uskanco on all Inno-'  vatlons and will resist thoir sudden Introduction. ��������� Swettonham'B "Malay  Sketches,"  Toronto. His work, "The Life and  Times of William Lyon Mackenzie,"  his father-in-law, with an account of  the Canadian rebellion of 1837, la a  collection of vividly drawn pictures.  A series of articles contributed to  The Canada Monthly, then edited by  Goldwln Smith, gave an insight into  Canadian politics, which could not lw  excelled. He also assisted the late Mr.  Dent in preparing his "Canadian Portrait Gallery." '  One subject which he Is extremely  well informed on is the history of the  clergy reserves. His "Rome in Canada" created a strong Impression, and  when the Jesuit estates tolld came up  lh Parliament about eight years ago"  re rewrote the book.  Among other books Mr. Lindsey  wrote were "Prohibitory laws; their  practical operation in the United  State's," coming out in 1855, and "The  Prairies of the Western States," 1860,  and "An Investigation of the Unsettled  Boundaries of Canada."'  He is one of the charter members of  the National Club, and out of" its  founding rose The Nation, a small  journal, which afterwards passed out  of his hands. Among other periodicals  for which he has done work are The  National Review, North American Review and The Canada Farmer.  Up to her chamber window : I  A slight wire trellis goes,  And up this Romeo's ladder j  Clambers a bold white rose. f  I lounge in the ilex shadows;  I see the lady lean,  Unclasping her silken girdle,  The curtain folds between.  She smiles on her white rose lover;  She reaches out her hand ,  And helps him in at the window���������  I see it where I stand!  To her scarlet lip she holds him  And kisses him many a time���������  Ah, me, it was he that won her  Because he dared to climb!  ���������Thomas Bailey Aldrich.  ���������     i.   i ���������  ������������������m-  "  ��������������������������� ���������    ��������� '���������  nottrses Alter Mght.  There is one kind of vehicle that  neither the oldest nor the youngest inhabitant has seen on the street at night,  or, if he has seen it at all, only infrequently. That Is a hearse. Every other  kind of conveyance used by modern  man is driven about the streets freely  after nightfall���������the hearse aloue comes  under the curfew law. Early hours  seem to be imposed upon that somber  carriage by common consent The public doesn't like to see it after dark, and  coachmen don't like to drive it. No  doubt there are hearses that are compelled by the exigencies of funeral arrangements to come home at unseasonable hours, but when forced to an infringement of the unwritten law they  proceed through quiet streets w-here  they will be least likely to,wound the  sensibilities of the superstitious.  LOUIS RIEL IS REALLY DEAD.  Mnon Cnro For Hit IJ UenflSt  Tho Biiporstltlon In agricultural com������  tmmltles that the plumes of tho moon  nffect tho germ I nation uml growth of  need hns n parallel In a queer bollet  that tho moon also Influences tho  growth of hair on Iho head. Horo ls un  old recipe, Tho baltllieatled should take  "two ounooH of boar's grease*, one drnm  of tho iihIi'-s of burned bees, one dram  of tho ashes of southern wood, one  dram of 1ho Julco of a whlto Illy roof,  mu; iii .(In ui  uii  uf onivi (iituuuu** (tiiU  jjLy ilr.'iur; ef pure uju-'lj,  M'llc an ohsl  men! ot these ami (ho day before the  full mnon wluivo the place and anoint It  ovory duy."  hod  j\V#   en  'Tovrthle.  rhyr-lclnn-You He awake tn  tlueo or four hours every night? That  Is 6nd. I shall have to treat you for  chronic Insomnia. Caller (whose salary  ls $14 a week) -Er-no, doctor I don't  think It's as bad as that. I tdraply can't  sleep. _____  Father McWilliams of Kingston Waa  Present at the Execution.  Father McWilliams, formerly of Rail-  ton, a personal friend c* Ulel, was considerably surprised when he was told  of a Winnipeg despatch which said that  Riel was not hanged, that a substitute  was provided and that Rlel was living  under an assumed namo in Rawlins,  Wyoming.  "You can say," he said, "Rlel was  hanged all right enough on Nov. 10,  1885, in Regina, N. W. T��������� Jail. I was  there; I was with him on the scaffold.  I knew him well. I wont to the same  school with him.In Montreal, and when  ho was condemned to death I went to  his nldo and was with him for somo  days. I have In my possession documents he wroto only flftoon minutes before ho passod from earth. It Is all non-  sense to suggest that ho did not suffer tlio penalty Imposed upon him, for  I was on hand and saw tho execution  as ordered by the Canadian authorities."  Rev, Father McWilliams is now at-  tnehftd to tho staff at tho Archk-plsco*  pal palace at Kingston. Ho wus at  Rallton, Ont., at the time, and Archbishop Cloary gavo him leave to go to  Regina, and remain with Rial, his former schoolmate, and give him spiritual  comfort during the few wooks ha had to  livo. And on his return, Father Mo-  Williams gave the details of the hanging and the incidents associated with  the life of the rebel to Canadian constituted authority.  A Political Surprise.  Capt, Sinclair, Secretary tor Scotland, ls ono of tho surprises of the  Campbell-Hannorman Government, and  ban attained Cabinet rank after an unusually short official experience, He Is  a gruiiu-ioa oi um hue bir J win t>ui-  vlulr, iiJ'J wux h.rss iit DuJibcath i*  years ago. IIo went to Sandhurst, and  as a Scotsman naturally Joined the  Royal Irish Lancers. His military service Included tho 1885 Soudan expedition. t**iih*<-*au<!*ntlv h������ nerved n,e  A. D, C. to Lord Aberdeen during his  brief reign as Viceroy of Iroland   In  1886, and retired from tho army tha  following year. Whim Lord Aberdeen  camo to this country as Governor-tCen-  era), Capt. Sinclair w������nt with him a*  ntte.rctnry, but returned In 1S97 to contest Forfarshire, which he has since  reprec-^'ted He previously sat fo*  Pumbftrtonshlre In the ]S92 Parliament.  Recently he has acted as Liberal Whip  and private secretary   to   Ihe   Prime  l  fr-Terr Artl������������������ rom-fa.  There Is no nctton so ������HRht nor io  mean but It may t>* done to a great  ���������ramose and ennobled therefore, nor Is ' Minuter. Last year Capt. Sinclair still  Iny pun*** so treat hut that slight j farther e������m���������1** h**%lon* M������������������������MP  riii--- ������..������ h.in it���������Waman'a Lifo. I w,lh LoTi Aberdeen by marrying his  anions may help it-Womao ��������� uio.    | tWwt^auchtor| LaJy miorl<, Q rtol>  Municipal Socialism In England.  Our municipal authorities evidently  have determined to act the part of universal providers. The new edition of  the "Municipal Year Book" gives an  amazing record of their activities, says  The London Daily Mall.  In many instances the local authorities are now the largest employers ol  labor. Thus, the London County Council, in one department alone, employs  not far short of 4,000 men.  The scope of the activity of the boroughs is amazing. Merthyr Tydfil not  only manages a municipal farm, but reports that "a good .profit is: earned each  year." Brighton and Chester both own  race courses, to' the benefit of the rates.  One borough does a good trade in municipal fish manure.  "~nDin^lnTr6Tdly*bT>asts-that-it-is-part  owner of a lunatic asylum. Colchester  disposes, of over 1,500,000 oysters a year  from its ��������� municipal fishing beds. Kingston-on-Thames, the ancient borough,  Is willing to instruct school children in  swimming at a penny a lesson. Hull  owns a large share of a railway. Several boroughs boast of their municipal  Turkish baths.  The up-to-date workman to-day lives  In a municipal house, lit by the penny  in the slot municipal electric supply.  His wife cooks her meals on municipal  gas, and makes her tea with-municipal  water, The baby is reared on municipal sterilized milk and nursed in a  municipal creche. The children go to  a municipal school. The father ride:*  to his municipal employment in a municipal electric car. He spends his Saturdays on a municipal race course, and  has his weekly swim In a municipal  ba'th, the wife at the same time doing  her weekly laundry in the municipal  washhouso. When they die they are  burled in a municipal cemetery.  Does all this municipal activity pay?  An analysis of tho figures shows a remarkable variation of cost for the srimo  work In different boroughs. London  loses heavily by its council lodging  houses; Glasgow, with lower rates,  ���������makes them yield a reasonable return,  Manchester pays over ������50,000 a year  from Its tramway profits for relief of  rates, and places a still larger amount  for depredation, Oldham, desplto tho  fact that It allows nothing for depreciation, shows a loss of ovor ������4,000.  London comes out badly In comparison with tho great northern and midland boroughs. Tho estimated "municipal trading" hnlanon pheot of tho  County Council for the coming year reveals a loss of about ������C:t,000. Tho  Thames steamboats are largely accountable for this, Much of tho housing policy of tho County Council has  beon, to say tho leant, unforlunato, Tho  total loss for tho lrtst year on the building schemes ot tho council ls glvon as  ���������ei4,C0������,   ���������  A Llttlo Diplomat,  Prince Edward, the eldest son of tho  Princo o-f Wales, Is a llttlo diplomat.  Upon one occasion the young princo  was asked by a llttlo girl at a children's party where he lived. "We live  near Whlteloy'g," added tho child,  proudly. "Ah," roplled Prince Edward,  with Interest, "that's curious. We live  near Gorringo's." Another tlmo a gen-  tkiman was telling a long and dull  anecdote to Princo Edward and hU  younger brother, Prince Albert. After  a time Prince Albeit hogan to show un-  tutfcta.tv.i.'jtia t>.t,o.t uf  u. ,.ii ii|. ,',.-, at.J i.ii-  -patlonce, at which Princo Edward an-  inusly nudftflrt him, adding as he t'itt so,  "Smile, smile."   If- in Him.  WI mada my llrst butch of biscuits  today, ond I expect you to rat a great  many of them."  "Why. dear, when I sworo I'd willingly tlio for you I never thuutrlit you,  would tako mo literally," ��������� Houston  l'o������.L  iiiuiiftt-i|,  "Why does sho iiialto such n fuss  over lur il ),���������'("  "It lum ihe only pedigree- In tho family ihat the family cuu uioutton."-rhll-  adelphla Ledger.  It Was Used In Churches aa Early as  the Seventh Century.  Lecterns, or reading desks, came Into use at an early date.   There is frequent mention of them in ancient writings and representations   of   them in '  ancient vignettes.    They were  placed J  in the centre of choirs in large eccles- !  iastical buildings as early as the sev- j  enth century, and the choristers were j  arranged In rows on the right and left '  of them.    They are of various forms, j  but the eagle is Introduced in a very |  large number.    With outspread wings j  and mounted on a stem at a convenient |  height  for a reader,  this  grand  bird  from an early date was made, to serve  the purpose of supporting the framework on which the large   and   heavy  volumes used In the services were placed.   There "was probably some reference  in the thoughts of thoso who first used  them to the fact that tho eagle soared  to the most elevated regions and therefore in a fanciful way would be likely  to carry the words of the readers or  choristers nearer to heaven than they  might otherwise ascend.  In some instances the Inclined  framework on the back of the bird was  made to accommodate two books, one  above the other, and furnished with  movable brackets to light the reader.  Frequently the eagle is represented  standing on an orb and sometimes on  a dragon, and the base of the stem on  which it ls placed is often raised on  lions. A more simple form without the  introduction of the eagle consists of an  inclined book board raised to a convenient height on a stem.' Next "to this  are examples that have two slanting  book boards, which meet at their upper edges like a roof, and there are others with clever groupings of four  desks or book boards. These are generally made of oak or some other hard  wood. They nearly all turn on pivots,  and some of them are enriched with  muuh carving. Sometimes the eagle Is  of wood and the framework of iron. In  the handsomest examples base, stem,  bird and book board are of polished  viuss.���������Chambers' Journal.  Kissed By Two Kings; Is Dead.  Kissed by twe kings, "beautiful Miss  Croker," as Rosamund I^ady Barrow  was known when the last century was  young, has died nt East Molesley, England, after just entering her 97th year.  She was painted at the age of 17 by  Sir Thomas Lawrence; and the portrait was exhibited in the royal academy. From that moment she became  famous as the most beautiful girl ia  England.  George IV. kissed her, nod when she-  went to the court of William IV. aftev  Lawrence's picture had made her famous, that monarch said:  "I am so pleased to be introducecSi  to the young lady of whom I hav������  heard so much."  He stooped and kissed her on both  cheeks. The adulation which she received had no effect on Miss Croker:  Always of a pious, contemplative nature, she withdrew from society and  It is said never looked in the mirror  for two years.  She married Sir George Barrow lu  1832 and bore him three sons and five  daughters. Her grandson is the present holder of the title. Lady Barrow  lived in* the reigns of five sovereigns  and was in possession of niftier faculties to the end. She was beloved by  the poor of Molesley and in the district  for her invariably practical philanthropy. She was the recipient on her  birthday of many messages of congratulation.  Life Hns Cash Value.  It is no longer an eye for an eye or  a tooth for a tooth among the Indians  of northern British Columbia. These  are commercial days and it is cash for  a life now. Thomas Brown, an Indian,  was shot a few days ago by a dusky  woman named Kate Brown on the Kis-  piox ranch near Hazelton. The evidence  showed that the woman was holding a  .giin_forl-ano'fner.-woman. that she waa  not awareit was loaded, and it became discharged accidentally during a  friendly scuffle. The interesting part  of the affair is that the family of tbe  woman has agreed to pay to the heirs  of the man $500 in cash and $200 in  goods. For refusing to discharge a lik-  debt a few years ago a white tradei  was killed by the father of a young  Indian, who was drowned by the upsetting of a canoe in which the tradei  and the redman were traveling.  Hints of Skaters.  Almost every person that skates has  at his command several so-icallec  "tricks," or fancy figures, which ho Is  fond of executing. Nineteen out ol  tvery twenty skaters in executing figures make a mistake that to the expert Judge is unforgivable and which  would make a man a failure In actus.  figure competition, This fault is thai  of looking down and so bending th������  head down while skating. Tho uninitiated skater ls so fond of watching  his feet and skates that in somo cas*-!  It Is next to impossible to break him o:  the habit. Don't watch your skates  Don't bond your head forward nnc  downward. .Keep tho head and should  ers erect and eyes directed straigh  ahead, no matter how diflicult thi  figure.  Tho Orimt Bod of Ware,  In gluikospetire's "Twelfth Night"  Bir Toby Belch urges Sir Androw Ague-  check to pen a challenge nnd to put lu  It "aB mnny lies as will Ho In tho Bheot  ef papor, although the shoot wero big  enough for tho bod of Ware." This  onormous bod, which wns a wonder in  Bhukcspcarc's tlmo nnd still exists In  Ware, is seven feet six Inches high and  ton feot nlno Inches square, so that  twolvo people can Ho comfortably In IL  Beautifully curvod, It is a splendid  specimen of antique furniture, tinting  from tho days of Queen Elizabeth.  This wonderful bod Is naturally an object of curiosity and Interest to many  visitors, In tbe same room thero hung  a pair of horns, upon which all stran-  fers formerly wore sworn.  Spoiled the Effect.  Sir John Long, the proprietor of Tho  Dundee Advertiser, and numerous  other papers, was talking in New  York recently about the English stage,  a subject of which he is an authority.  Apropos to Charles Fechter, Sir John  told this story:  "An interminably long performance  of 'Monte Cristo' was once giv������n at  the Lyceum, with Fechter in tha  hero's role.  "When, at 12145 in the morning, tho  curtain rose for the lost act, Fechter  was discovered sitting in a contemplative attitude on a rock. He neither  moved nor spoke. The silence was deep  and impressive.  "Suddenly, though, this fine effect  was spoiled. A voice from the gallery  called:  " 'I hope we are not keeping you up,  sir.' "���������The Wasp.  Noah's Ark at Sea. I  The Kildonan Castle, which arrived  at Southampton recently, had on board  one of the largest cargoes of strange  beasts, birds and reptiles ever "brought"  to Great Britain. It included six large  sea lions, sixty penquins, seventy,  snakes, poisonous and non-poisonous,  two aard-wolves, thirty Cape baboons,  seventy-six South African rock rabbits,  7i*0 small African birds of all sorts and  colors, ten antelopes, including springbok, bushbok and duykcrbok, seventeen  bee-birds, 750 tortoises and 300 largo  green frogs. They were brought over  by Mr. John D. Hamlyn, the London  naturalist,, who said that parties of  white and native hunters had been engaged in catching tho animals and  birds for many nv-nt'hs, and- that tha  pursuit was accompanied by many  dangers and adventures.'  Pet Phrases of Novelrsts,  As women have thoir favorite perfumes, as epicures have their-favorite  dishes, so novelists have their favorlto  phrases. This ls a U.-it of Uio favorite  phrases of certain novelists*,'compiled  by a book reviewer In an Idle moment:  "Then a strange thing happened."���������  H, Rider Haggard.  ���������"For what do you take mop shrugged his interlocutri'sy."���������Henry James.  "But that's another story,"���������Rudyard  Kipling.  "Incontinently I leaped forward."������������������  Robert Louis Stcvc-nwun.  "Now, my dear Watson."���������Conan  Doyle.  "Weill"���������Walter Paler.  Hair HtronvUi,  A Gorman experimentalist has proved  tliat a single hair will suspend four  ounces without breaking, st retelling  under tlio process and contracting  again. But tho hair thus heavily  welfhted must bt������ dark brown, for  blond hfur breaks down under two aud  one-half ounces,  ICt-iiiutlh.  Kenneth hocanio solo king of Scotland  In K'A. From IiIh time <n <l������' u������vi's-������loii  of James VI. Scotland hud forty-four  kings.  - -  A Model's Request.  Bir Edwin LnndHi-er I'luv hud a model  wliu wild t.n him: "Hit* Kd'n, I .���������*<���������*'������ from  ('���������..��������� ���������'��������� p"M fv-t '"on 11������������������'������������������- dl-if* with lier  (iraciuu-i Majesty at J-ii'-UjiiKbimi 1-iU-  ,ii... N'ntt', H)r Ed ii. "iv 111is������1 s Im a  miI- gin'il w;ishi.r, and if m-xl tinio you  dln.M with lier .Mnje-dy you would Just  prevail on her t {.hi* my jnisals h* r  H'.l-lillHt It WcillM Hit  us up, it would."  It Is nut stated whether  tho   ronuast  wm ever put to lier Majesty.  A DlNfffiMtctl MiiHlHnn.  Conductor (Jciiclce, known as tho  "human metronome," hud been giving  a Wagner programme. Alter the concert one of I he trombone players w.'i.i  henrd to sny to u fellow muslflari,  "Well, I nm going lo quit." "Are you  daffy?" said his friend. "What's Um  matter?" "Well, N's Just this: In that  'Tristan und Isolde' numbor I momentarily forgot the tei-hiiles of my instrument, got cnthuslm-lli-, tilled my luiun  for that magnllleoiit piisxngo for tlio  brnsH, when up goes tlmt falal left  hand, so I luid to hwiiIIow my eiiil.u-  slusm-nnd wind too, If I don't quit t  nm either going to burst or dlo of tuberculosis,"  A Fonnr "UUvrlol,  One of tlie most luilleroun announcements that over appi nred porhnps was  niiulo by a London newspaper In tint  earlier half of the Inst ----utiiry to tlio  off wit that Sir Hubert I'eel "and a par-  iv of fli'tifls woro t-lumtlni** ppnonntM in  Ireland." Tlie words misprinted, of  course, wore "friends" and "plicuid  ants."  Dotton charge for their time nm  h..i <".'. n.jiiitj    n Uti't a rent more It  they kill Urn patient.  It tun kits uu fM'liiiblfl man red b-' '���������  ed when be tu lilies a vllluli) i"i  bunded.  After a man hilt kwx X<������������������<! around -j  world be Ih apt lo think that nn liOM'it  oi nu it the rait't������t work of tk������d,  Is the automobile li>lng to meat i'io  mule look like a *aft suluut for ���������ri:|*  dreo to play wltb! IUUTf *������*������������������  Sll   (vol.umima..  \i  Li a  Low Price,  Wholesale and Retail  Sweet a,o.(l Clean  ���������im ity  &oJbs  $2.65  M. ABE  "tfo. 5 Japtown,.... Cumberland B.O  For CANDIES  Novelties,   Pictures,  F&a^es and cleaning  of frames.  P,   tfUNDEN  Cumberland  j���������iWT-  -.iwtn,'i.t,..,nu. ���������  ���������3g33ar^j^3-^  DR^AD. Cakes and Pies delivered daily to any part of City.  fULLSTQCKQF _ Groceries  C. H, TARBELL,  High Qrade stoves  and all Kitchen Requirements  gPORTSMENS GOOPS  _==^jGLE^EBAL^aA^P������Jl������  XHEH3ENOE.  Novr, aeceHsarily wi-eu Uie uow gin!  baby arrived there was much discussion among the members of the family  as to what ber ua ine should be.  "We will call her Geraldlna," said  the fond mother.  "Why not call her Esmeralda?" said  the first grandmother. "I saw that  name In a story once and always wanted to try It on a baby."  "Ob, murmured the second grnud-  mother, "that would never do. Let us  call her Faucbon."  "But don't you think Eltessa Is a  pretty name, and so odd, too?" put In  one of the aunts.  "Excuse me, ladies," ventured the  floor father, wbo sat near by, "but you  aeeui to forget that we are trying to  And a name for a human being aud not  for  a   live  cent  cigar."  Feminine Financiering-.  He���������You owe me ten kissesl Pay upl  She���������Explain, sir!  He���������I won them! You know very well  1 wagered a dozen gloves against tea  kisses and won! I���������  She���������Oh, but kisses, you know���������,,  He (firmly)���������Kisses should be paid  Just as religiously as any other debt  She (thoughtfully)���������Just the same as  a note?  "Yes."  "Or a check?"  "Yes."  "Or-or a draft?"  ���������������������������Certainly!"  "Then, you poor fellow, I'll jgiys you  a draft on ���������namma'"-  Only Amomed Them.  James had been an autocrat tn his  home, and when he went to school lie  was greatly ustounded to be told that  he must do this thing and that he must  not do that. After disobeying every  rule of the school and being reproved  he wanted to know the "whys" of It.  "Because you disturb the other boys."  he was told. "1 don't think I disturb  them," he replied thoughtfully. "1 think  I amyse them."  Mexican Politenes*.  Foreign Visitor (in Mexico)-Wbatl  Do you still haye those barbarous bull-  flgbts In yonr country?  Native���������,01*, yes; so many American  ? *������������������**���������;  TRAD! MARKS*  DE8IGN8,  COPYRIGHTS Ao  Anyone eendlnu a sketch and description mo?  quit j!>;Moort-iln, free, whethu an Inyention la  probably patentable. Communications strictly  confidential, Oldest ajrenoy for socajrlnjf patents  in Araci-ioa.   Wa havo a Wasbm-J-t&n otllce.  Patonts tcken throuRh Munn A Co. reootys  special notlue tu tbo ���������������������������'"   .-,  SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,  IvlUNN   &  CO.,  8U1 Ihoudwnv, Nw York.  "traveieT8TwTO]T������b^  that we h/ive fcp jjiye -one uow and  then.  Very Dark.  Yeast���������They say the darkest hoB*' l**  Ju8t before the dawn.  Criinsonbenk���������Yes. Well. J know  when I've gone home In the morning  and knew my wife wus waiting for itufl  things have looked unusually blaflkv  JOHN McLEODS  FPR FIRST-CLASH  CANPY, FRUITS,  CrCJARS & TOBACCOS,  [Prom Different Standpoints.  "fltbel���������Oh. at last! It has beeu years*,  Alpborise, t-ince I saw you.  Alphonse���������Oh, my own Ethel, It hf*s  been centuries!  Ethel's Father (up In the libroryl-  Mary Jane, who was that you just hn In V  Mary Jane���������It was Mr. Cumlots, sir.  Ethel's Father���������Great Kunii: This is  the ninth time he's boon here this week.  He might as well live hero.  HARNESS  \1      WTLLAUD is ���������.'repsreil to  * * '    Jill any Ordort for Fine or  Heavy llarnean, at iiliort no lot.  Id������*llHlM.  Idealists are persons who profess to  deny the existence of material things,  and claim that ideas, beliefs and facts  are all that there are in the world. For  example, we are never i)l; we only fancy  or believe that we ore. If we had full  faith that wo were well, we would he  so. There )e Bonjetfijng jn (foe ideas, for  every oi*o knows tha(f the mind has  Siucb to do with tbe condition of the  ody. It is entiroly possible to cure  some diseases by persistently believing  that they do not exist and acting accordingly. But all maladies will not yield to  suoh treatmout.  Tommy's Opinion.  WILLARD BLOCK,      Cumberland,  p*mm*mmmm  Vti    l!  I^ENGINEERINGAaE  Mining Journal  ���������"(.' "������������������: '."i ���������  i    J .  ' i  NOW IN ITS 39th YEAR  ThH loading mining porloctln/il nf  iho worM, wllli tin* -HroiK-iwt editorial  ntH,i*T nf nny t-v-)int<ml -Mibilimtlon.  KiiKii-.ripviiin $s,oo ft yuar (Inolua-  1llir 1*   H     l',|.,l|il|.,,,.  \T,-,r|,. -, .,   .,������������������ ,|nt..  flami>l'������ cony froo,  Hdiul for Doolt  Cil,Ulii|[i|it,  IT'IU ICA'l ION time*  80S pcnri Street, New Vork  A Qu-fantoed Oure  for   Piles.  Itehiuff. Blind, Rloe-ling nr Protrudiog  j-il**, Onif-gini .ofuud nionny if I'AZO  OINTMENT foili to ouro sny cane, no mat  t������-r of haw long ������Unding, in I) to 14 iUyt-  First appliostion given ������ii������ and re������t. b*-.  If yonr dinKgrnt hiwo't it n'nri iVlo i - -<��������� ...  and it will b������ forwarded post-paid by P-tri  |^fn-|jotDfl Oo.t -St* Lmiii, Mo.  ������������������Well, Tommy, has your mother told  you of my goim fortnno?"  "No; clii' only biiid nhe was goIu������ to  marry ynu  i-������  n������ nirfhrlfxht.  "To whnt." ** ' .wi *h" yrm-i-r worn on  with ihe noieliiKil*. "iln you nttnliiiti' your  rt'iiiiirk'tWe finwr-i' In inihilni.' ilics������ mil-  nmln nnd k������*i'plu������ tin-in in sutijcciiuuV"  ������������������Well," rijilicd Mile. CflNii-lla, tht' lody  womitir of tin' art'iis, "I thinli I inhi rlted  It (rum my nintlii-r. Khc win* s utrnng  iniudt'il woman. My fnfher was u iruu-  I.ii' I.i'.t, am) she hnd to vuliiIiK- him itUuc  two .��������� 'lay nn I'liig as ������Uc liv-i-i."���������CUt  CSVn Trilum*  m* ii (BLhiii-0  Nurseries. Greenhouses  and Seed houses.  Vancouver  B.C.  Headquarters for Pacific Coast  Grown garden, flower and field  SEEDS  Nev. crop now i". -anil on  test in  our Greenhouses.     Ask  your mer  chant for i.ht-.ni, in sealed packages.  If he doesn't handle fheni we  will  mail  50 Assorted 5c Packages of Vegetable and Flower Sei������b, (our nwu selection) 8uit.-i!ilo for B V ("iwiioija  For $i 00  SPECIALI'RICES ON YOUR BULK  SEEDS  R.C. 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RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Prop.  ���������   *   e       e   ������   ���������   4  :       WILLIAMS BROS.  iLiverv Stable  ��������� *  '.     i'EAMSTKRS AND   DltAYMEN      '.  ;    Single and Dourj.k itrc*    ;  I      FOK   PIlRE.      Al.I,   OjinERfe     ',  ��������� Promptly   ATTENnson  to     ���������  t ���������  ��������� Third St,, Cumberland,B.C.  When in Jumtojtajl  STAY AT THE...   VEN DOME.  t&     kid. COSVUNIKSC'KS   VOlt   GlJKSTS.  Tiik Bah is Sui'ri.iun with  Best Liquors and Cigars  0 GANNKR  000(30 OOOOOOOOOOOt iOC  ���������o   _   . .0  o m d  c  o  o  o  o  8 A.2&JD        5  c c  ���������Pap v-ni'nnr-*  O  O I am  prepared   to C  ������ furnish Stylish Rigs ������  w ami cit- TtMinini/ hl o  *2, rcasonul')lti rates.  9 I). KUJ-ATKlCK  CUM IIKK I, AND  c  c  o  o  9 o ooooooooooopmooo  FOR    PRESENTATJON  PURPOSES.  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Pronunciations (Century Dictionary).  -Correcu"Eu]glre,*riTr^ire~a'?m*re~       ~~       ���������"  Current E glu-h in t.lie S.ih.K.l.  Wliav; to Hay ,.ud What Not to Say  Course in Leotir-Writing and Punctuation  Aliihabe m list uf Ahi������*vianone.  Bu������ineuh Eiigluh for ihe hp.siness Mau  Co.ntfmiid Word:    Ho>v to Write Them.  S'.udits in Eiij^li >������������������ LiuTtttuit.  $1 a Year   Send lGc for sample cop*y  ('UhixLCT KhGlJ*H, Evanston, III.  BOH CRAWFORD  COURTENAY.  B.C.,  P(RlVi:i)KH  i.f    olsieiu Catile, Ches-  ttr \\i;ite rij-s,,   Htirred IMyiiiout  Kricksi, Ac.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT Y ARM ERR PRICES.  The Sficojaomjeai  RJu^e..  The mule Is ready to begin work t"fl"#  4������r three years earlier than the horse.  He can be put to pretty heavy pulling  ���������when he is three years old, and frow  tw time until he Is forty, If he baa  fair treatment and does not meet with  an accident, he is not likely to lose any  time. He ls not subject to the many  ailments to which the horse is a victim, at least not to any great degree.  He lives about twice ������s long, and his  actual period of usefulness is nearly  ���������three times as long, for the horse Is  ���������really not fit for heavy service until h������  ts five years old or after he is twenty,  while a mule will often do good service  fo*r forty years, and they have been  known to work titty, according to one  writer, without being turned out nt  any time during all that long period.  Like the ass. the mule will live upon  next to nothing, and during ail his forty years of hard service a mule will  not require���������and generally does not get  ���������half the feed necessary to sustain a  horse during his much shorter period  ���������of usefulness.  What Elsie Said.  "Tm afrnid 1 can't interest my 5-year-  old Elaie In fairy tales any longer."  '���������Aud why notV"  "1 was telling her about the 'Forty  Thieve**.' and when J got to the 40 oil  jars witb a thief in each jar what do you  etippose she pnidV"  "1 ij-iv*' it u|������."  "She t-aid. "Wouldn't that jar you?"'���������  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  x  E. G. Emde  Bicjcta and Snuplieg.  Local   Agent   for  Comox  Dlstlrct for  Cleveland  .M assey- Harris  Brantford  ������ Perfect  "~RTTTT-lTl'eT���������    ~~-    ~~~    ~~  Itnperial  Bicycles.  Fairbanks - Mor-ie  Gasolene  ���������Jack of all Trades' eugin-s  ��������� -tiiNMW-wrk^wi ��������� MMi.ij������iiw.tmi*.^Mrt)-.iv-  Second haucl 'Wheels  for tsale.  . ,*^^m*amaamaa*wmammpmi\*M'Jmim*~vmmmmim\*mm^mmmm  Acetylene Supplies  Bicycle, and general ^  Repairing pt   Si wing    '���������������  Machines,       Fishing  Rods, Guns etc.  Soii-sori" grou i id, Su wy gum ���������  mtid ii iu) filed,.  Key ������nd Pipe fining  i  <  ���������V'A'VyVVVVvSA/yV^AAA^VN  ���������  S^.ls4:XJ*BIL   C      IDJLVTS,     ���������Paao-PTOwar.  Kn^liih -I x HUUTON alwiya on tap | aUo, the fsinout- MILWAUKKK  KUKItS���������AnhoHS-ir, Holuimiim, Sohlitj-, ,Vo. "OLDOHIiY UKAIMV  Ht:t-roil WHISKY, Bust Wines and Liquors of oil kinds,  The Hoardhi|-ttiiil Lidyliig U. pnrbmt-ut, uurlur tlm iintnodifito miporiiitondonoo o/ M������������  DiiviH, will be fotiuii Pirnt ulas-i in every r-mpoot.  RATES,  ii * ���������  $1 oo por day upwards,  A  va  mpbclFs : BAKERY  A Fine Seleotion of OARRS always  on hand.  FBE3H BREAD avory duy.  Ord������r������i tor ttJ-VKOlAL   AKhB promptly attondsd to.  Dunsmuir Avenue,  Cumberland,  mw 'sUfi ffwiiinrsii-i irj-iti ������nt rjfstriiiifBiMiatff iiMriifiiiTiii,sT*fniiiiiiiriT iif T-iifiirYtfTitii  To Cure a Cold ia One Day ������"���������&$  Take Laxative Bresfto ^t������isi8 tM^.^/w������  Seven Million botes uoH "m part U aaonUtl. Thl$ Signature, ^ ^CC*^  D*yi.  Oil every  box. 25c. a  (  HEWS,  CUMBEM.AND, BRITISH   COLIBUUA.  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  VvV'B. ANDERSON,    -     -      -      MGK  GUS' SA'iliFAOTiON,  The columns of The News are open to all  who winh to express therein views o matters of public interest.  While we do not hold ourselves re ������������������-onsi-  bKi ior Che utterances of correspondence-, we  esorve the right of declining to insert  ouxmunications unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY,      June   13  5906  Kspimait t Nanaimo Rj  ���������^W*:.*!  4t  mm  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.'  ���������viaxoKi-A.���������-co*m:o2s:     kiotj-te  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a-m-, f*"  Nanaimo, calling at North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  oi passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo" Tuesday,. $ p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leav������* .Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 .a.m,, for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Fridav, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, Crtlling at Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowichan Bay and North Saanich when  freij-ht and  passengers offer  North Saanich  when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO - LAD"5?  ���������jj���������r^-mXTW^KGuTW: ���������*  g.S      "JOAN."  Sails Irom   Nanaimo   for   Vancouve  ���������daiiy, except Saturdays and  Sundays. 7  a.m.  Sails from Nwiaimo for Vancouver,  Saturdays, at 8 a,m.  Sails from Nanaimo foi Ladysmith,  Fridays and Saturdays at $.y-< p.m.  Sails from Ladysmith for Nanaimn,  Saturdays at 6 a.m.  Sails from Vancouver for Nanaimo  daily, except Saturdays and Sundays at  1.30 p.m.  Sails from Vancouver for Nmaimo,  SaWrdays al 2.30 p.m.  TIME TABLE  KFPECT1VE  APRIL 20, IHOt!  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  No 2--Daily. No, 4-Snni'ay  A.M. 1>M  Do, 9HC Victoria \h .'1.00  n   9,28 (VildulTOam.   ..."   3 28  ���������' 10.24 Koimiu'ii     ������������������   4.24  " IJ 00 I'uiiu'i-i'o     "   5.00  i- M ���������' M.  ���������' 12,36., .Nnimimo  "   (5 4'2  Ar 12,53.. Wc-llmgtun Ar, (M6  WELLItftV   N  TO VICTORIA.  No, l-Diiil No S-Hunilaj  A.M, A-M.  Do.   8.00 WalliiiRton,,..   Do. 3 0'  tt   8.20 Nit'ititi'o  "   tt 15  10,02 Du'ioW* "   5.00  " 10,42.���������...,...Knonig'  "   5 ���������''<>  tt H���������S8 ColtlHiruiiin  "   0.32  /kr 12.00 .Viotori*  Ar 7.0J  Thousand Mile .ind Commutation Tickets! on sale, g(������o<l ovoi rail ami i������tcJii,.e  lint's, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trams and steameis lor Kxcuv-  siops, and reduced rues for parties may  be arranged I'm on application to tlit  Dist, Pass. A,;oiit at Victoria.  Ihe Company reserves the. ri^ht u>  r-hfinof without prfvinim notice Siftamcr-.  unilin-r dfiiPH and hour** nf sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all StatU'tw, good for ("oing journey Saturday nnd Sunday, returning nm later  than Mmuf-w.  J, VV. T110UI-, Ocn. 8jp. B.O. 't!������������wt Stir.  O. L. COUIU'NKY, i'i������t. Fit. k I'xm, Ag.  NOTICE, j  T?i*liii;r on t'vnmo'iv.- ,'wl   ri"!  ;  way tutrs 0/   ttisc   Union   (\>l]icvy t  Company hy nny  ji-r-nn     r   jx>r '  t������oii'"---'Xi'( )*t uuui o.mvi-  u- -"-U-iotly !  f>roliihite<l.    iOmpioycjow   arc  ������ub-!  ect fcitliumto-*! fur allowhitr game i  By turtle  Fhmkw l>- Little  M'mager.       <  We'll skip it, reader; for it would Io'  neeeemly to begin a story with an ontj  like that Gas Gurley swore, standin  over his wife's dressing table that morn  int**. And Gus wasn't a swearing nia.:  either.  How came he. then, to coin*nit snob .-,-  breach of etiquette and ethics"? Wol!.  may be you wouldn't have done it; bui  don't be too sure till you've heard eno-ufli  to be able to "put youi-Belf in bi.s ������������������i.-.oe.'  Imagine a 'yonntr husband of uii  montiw' standing, ardent, fornl and trust  Ira-j, casually entering hit* wife's dn*!*e  lug-room in her alisence, ami Ktiinibltn?  on a miscluovioufl-lookitig, rose-culorei*.  note, freshly opened, u enpid in every  crease, and a JurJuim iix'.. of anotherV  hiur���������red���������peeping stealthily from it?  folda!  The very paper blushed guiltily a*  Gus caught it up. Eagerly and -wildly  his eyes ran over the contents. For ���������  moment, he stood amazed and motion  less, and then broke out���������. But we've  promised to ski*) that, Perhaps any  other man would have given utterance  to as much, reading such a missire au  this, addressed to his wife;  " Affinity, Aug. ���������th, IS���������.  '"Dearest Kate:���������How could you go tuiO  marry thnt great hullcy fellow- behind in*,  back, nnd wltnout a word of notice ?  "Though I've returned too lute to f������rbid the  bans, I'm still in tftne to give that lord and  master of yours a hint���������which 1 mean to do-  that an older lov������ than his won't quietly suffer  another to monopolize its rights.  "Expect me by Monday, and keep a kiss for  '"Your ever affectionate     Sam Smith."  Smith I Smith! Sam Smith! Faugh"  What a name! Had it been Brown,  Jones or Robinson, there might have  been some bearing it. But Smith! And  red-headed, too! "Frailty, thy name ia  woman!" Yet it might be that Smith  was some presuming puppy, whose vile  epistle was the sheer result of his own  impudence. But no:"tne wife that  could receive such a communication and  conceal it from her husband could not  be else than false.  Smith's heart's blood waa the very  least atonement the case admitted of.  Bad (Jus-been more collected, he might  probably have bided bis time and taken  his peace-destroyer unawares and then  "tripped him," trusting to an intelli-  irent jury and proof of a mental alibi to  bring him out all right. But he was  stot sufficiently rational for that, and sc  Adonted the foolish plan of summoning  Smith to mortal combat.  G as had a friend, Captain Borax, a  retired quartermaster, thoroughly versed  in points of honor. The captain was  ���������just tho man for the emergency; but, as  "linTOlTWMrd'irSvTi^^  town for the day.  That no time might be lost, Gus de  manded satisfaction by mail, direr-tin**  his challenge to the address indicated in  the .caption of Smith's note, itud rixing  a time and place at which uis friend,  Captain Borax, would be prepared to  confer with any friend of Smith's. At  the same time a brief message to Mrs.  Gurley explained that important busi  ness necessitated her husband's absence  for the next tew days. Meanwhile,  Gus took up quarters at an obscure  country inn, leaving everything to the  management of the captain, whom be  had succeeded in finding at last, and  who, proud to be sought for such a service, promptly repaired to the appointed  rendezvous, where ho was punctually  met hy a friend of Smith's, The preliminaries wero speodily settled, and a  meeting was arranged for the following  morning,  As the time drew near, Gus grow nervous. The fact is, Smith's alacrity had  taken him a little aback. Ife had folt  quito confident that that miscreant  would shrink from encountering the  man whose honor he had outraged. But  instead, without turning the word,  Smith's second had chosen pistols, and  named ton paces as tho distance I Tt was  plain tbt- wretch was as bloodthimy ho  uiiBCiixpulous. Besides, Gus was no  shot, Avhioh Smith, judging from bid  choice of weapons, no doubt was. How  much better, Gnu bogun to think, to  huvo fled forevor from the scone of hia  unhappinosB, or to have invoked tho be-  ni-fii ii id of tho laws of South Dakota.  But it wivb too late now to retract,  From a troubled slumber, such as condemned criminals are apt to full into in  tlio laut hotim of thoir lust night, Gna  wiih startled by a sonsution as of a bullet piercing his thorax. It wiib only  Captain Borax poking him iu tho ribs.  by way of romimler tbat his "hour bad  nlmost,como!"  In a brief upaoe���������how very briof it  ���������eemed���������thoy wore on tho fatal field  At nearly the namo itistitnt a clone oar  Wage drove up, containing tbe oneiny'n  party.  Smith'ri uocoiid uprangout, o/ocltig the  door behind him, IIo took Captain  Borax nsido, and tho two hold a nasty  t'omultation, which ovor, the ground  measured, pistols loaded, position;-" allotted, and ov������rything in readim--*--, It only  remained to place tho men and give the  word.  Tbe combatants wv.xa to stand back to  buck, and, at a signal, to wheel and fire,  G uh had already taken bin plu������o, and wa������  slruugllng, manfully but doubtfully,  against    an    inclination,    will nigh  1.    ..      I    H]  1., ���������- Ia-V, m.:~ .... "l  ���������jit-wit, h-'iliT'*, *nd rnti an fnt-t Rtt*  far as his legf* could carry aim, wuen  an exclamation from tho captain oatmed  lilm to turn his liuad.  ������������������ In Heaven's namo, who'* that?" nald  Captain_ Uimu, "urn-iting tho fellow-  m vunu, ut lV<>. i-wi, wi'iAi.iv.u. ai������H * >uuiig  nntl beau tit nl lady to tho very Bpot den  tiiied for Smith.  " My t'rindp--], gentlemen, Miss Sara-  ttiitha .Sudth -'Sam Smith,' an t-h'-'n  tin Und for uii or t' the other answered.  Gun ������aw it all. Flinging down thu  p'-t'd. h" t������������������'!,'��������� I fj'"wnrd, .r.tl v.v.'ill  ccrtainlv Iijivd hugged and kit ,od " Hum  S.i||th ' iv'i'-.'i't 'i.-i"i|ii'ii'( f ),or ������!���������.���������  oi d - ii.i ��������� -i!."f than her 'tlYisiitwl lovor  - bndii't l������<?Vml liltn r. chftp that would  fi.iuid i.o nun-.!!.! ���������!, As it w*������, no mnc  w.tt* over iKjiwlly plpiwed by the din  covory that be had niade an a������������ of him  a*il  The I.ii-lc o? hair wm������ thu ouly nvxuU  v'wxphdned, nnd "Ham " noon clcHWhl  tliat up. U vsa> t>ii������- of Uuy'n own, giver  lorn bisiore tv Kt������t# nn n Mmve-nir  A BOOK THAT NO FARMER CAN  AFFORD TO BE WiTHOUT  C������0  FARMER'S  AJXJD  Compiled by the Agricultural Editors  of the Family Herald and Weekly-  Star of Montreal,   at the request  of     Hundreds      of    Readers.  IT     AK  BE) BAD  FIUEHS  Th? most complete Farmers'  Handbook and Veterinary Guide  f.ver issued.   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'��������������������������������� /  <^^^������i>^������f \,t?-,.i  King of Seoteli Wlsi^kiei.  The HUD30N8 BAY OO,  Sole Agents for S. C. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  iltlilltMM^MttllfttllltlltltlllltlllllltllfttiAgff  EBEN HOLDEN  By IRVING BACHELLER  Copyri-frrt.   1800,  LOTHROP   PUHLI5HINC   COMPANY  w**Ht*Hmi  '   (Coiitimu'tl irom last week.)  i. We retitca a now Home in town mac  week find were soon settled in It. .Hope  wont a wny to resume lier studies tbe  Bttrne (1.1'y I begun work in college.  Not much iu my life at college is essential to tins history sttvo the training. The students came mostly from  other and remote parts of the north  country, some even from oilier states.  Coming largely from towns and cities,  tliey were shorn of those simple and  rugged traits tliat distinguished the  men of Faraway and made them  worthy of what poor fame this book  may afford. In the main they were  like other students the world over, I  take it, and mostly, as they have  shown, capable of winning their own  fame. It all seemed very high and  mighty and grand to me, especially tho  names of the courses.  I had niy baptism of sophomoric  Bcorn and many a boated argument  over my title to life, liberty and the  pursuit of learning. It became neces-  Bary to establish it by force of arms,  which I did decisively and with as little delay as possible. I took much interest in athletic sports and was soon a  good ball player, a boxer of some skill  and the best wrestler in college.  In my second year at college Hope  went away to continue her studies in  ,0 New York. She was to live in the  family of John Fuller, a friend of David, whd>had������left Faraway years before and made his fortune there in the  big city. Her going filled my days  with a lingering and pervasive sadness.  I saw in it sometimes ;the shadow of a  heavier loss than I dared to contem-  plirteT~ShTrhTitl-come-home-once-a-week-  froin Ogdensburg, and I had always  had a letter between times. She was  ambitious, and I fancy they let her go  so that there should be no danger of  any turning aside from tbe 'an of my  life or of hers, for they knew our  hearts as well as we knew them and  possibly better.  We had the parlor to ourselves the  evening before she went away, and I  re<i'i ������. little love tale I had written  ���������specially for that occasion. It gave us  some chance to discuss the absorbing  and forbidden topic of our lives.  "He's too much afraid of her," she  Bald. "Ho ought to put his arm about  her waist in that love scene."  "Like that," I said, suiting the action  to fhe word.  "About like that," she answered,  laughing, "and then lie ought to say  something very, very nice to her before lie proposes���������something about his  having loved 'her for so long���������you  know."  "And how about her?" I asked, my  arm still about her waist.  "If she really loves him," Hope answered, "she would put lier arms about  his neck and lay lier head upon his  -shoulder, so���������and then ho might say  what ls In tho story." She was smiling  now as sho looked up at me,  "And kiss her','"  "And kiss her," she whispered���������nnd,  lot mo add, Hint part of tho seeuo was  Jn nowiso neglcclcd."  "And when he snys, 'Will you wnlt  for me and keep un* itl\vuyn in -'our  lieart':' what should bo her answer?"  ] continued,  "Alwnys!" Hhe said,  "Hope, this is our own story," I  whispered. "I men It need any further  correction'.'"  "U'h too short-that's nil," sho answered ns our lips nn-i. again.  Just thon Uiule Kb opened tho door  suddenly.  "Tut, tut!" ho snid, turning quickly  nbout.  "Come in, Undo Kb," snid Hope,  "Como right In, wo wuut to seo yotf."  In a moment sho had caught hlui by  the nrm.  "Don' want t' break up tha moot-  In'," snid ho, laughing.  "Wo don't care If you do know," snid  Hope.   "We're not mainmort of It."  "Muln't got no cause t' bo," Im siild  "tio It while yo'ro young nn' lull o'  Tlnegnrl Hint's wiuit I sny every time,  It's the best fun there Is. I thought I'd  like t' hev ye both come up t* tny room  for n nilnu'e 'fore yer mother nn' lather como back," ho n.ild In n low tono  thnt wns nlmost a whisper,  Thon lit* (-hut ouo oyo suggestively  mid beckoned with his hond us wo foi-  ' lowed him np the ntnliwuy to the llttlo  room in which ho (slept, Uo knelt by  the bed and pulled nut tlio oid *kin  covered (runk that Iiiivid Brower hnd  given him won nftor we came, lio  felt it moment for tho keyhole, his hnntl  trembling, nnd then 1 helped hlra open  the trunk. From under that sacred  ���������ult of broadcloth, worn only oo tb������  urn ride* t occasion-*, ho fetched t bun-  iie u!w>ut the ������ixe of a u&D'J bald.   Jt  was tied in a big red liandke*rcmei.  We were both sitting on the floor beside him,  "Heft it," ho whispered.  I did so and found it heavier than I  expected.  "What is it?" I asked.  "Spondoolix," he whispered.  Then he untied the bundle, a close  packed hoard of bank bills with some  pieces of gold and silver at the bottom.  "Hain't^iever bed no use fer it," he  said as be, drew put a layer of the bills  4  .1*  ii           L������Sj  0     via  h 0  '������  it  .   e  *  li  ���������WvV  \ ill          ���������%*���������*������ *<5l 1  fykr  ?*w\  afhff"'    ^     ^1^^  jTWiWvjfi^  M%  v^S&/B*<*ffiElm'/>. qW/flk   .Jt!  yj  "*-"3*?   vi  WW^  Ss^fC  /    Jvpjj"  "eL1, i   /j-JflU i-iLiul  IM  Th'  HS  2*P^l\  ���������.,, ���������  "There. Hove!  Take thet."  ana spread them with trembling lingers.   Then he began counting them  -slowiy-and-carefullyr-���������-���������...������������������������������������  "There!" he whispered when at  length he had minted $100. "There,  Hope! Take thet an' put it away in yer  wallet. Might come handy when ye're  'way fr'm hum."  Sho kissed him tenderly.  "Put it 'n yer wallet an' say nothin'���������  not a word t' nobody," he said.  Then he counted over a like amount  for me.  "Say nothin'," he said, looking up at  me over his spectacles.  Father and mother were coming in  below stairs, and, hearing them, we  helped Uncle Eb tie up his bundle and  stow it away. Then wo went auwn to  meet them.  Noxt morning we bade Hope goodby  at tho cars and returned to our homo  with a sense of loss that for long lay  heavy upon us nil.  CHAl'TEU NVII.  NCLE KB ond Dnvld wero  nwny buying cattle hnlf the  week, but Elizabeth Brower  was always at homo to look  after my comfort. She was up betimes  in the morning nnd singing at her work-  long before I wns out of bed. When  tho breakfast was near ready she  came lo my door with a call ro full of  cheerfulness and good naturo It was  life best thing In tho day. And of Ion  nt night I have known her to come Into  my room when I was lying nwnko  wllli some linrtl problem to see I lint I  wits properly covered or thut my window was not, open too far. As we sat  alone together of nn evening I have  seen lier listen for hours while I wns  committing (lie odes of Honieo wllli n  curiosity thnt dually gnvo wny to ro������  Ignntlon. Sometime*- Hho would look  over my shoulder ut tlie printed pugo  and try to discern some iiumnlng iu It.  When Uncle Eb wiih will) us ho would  often sit a long time, his hnnd turned  attentively as the lines cuino rttttllng  off my tongue.  "Ctir'us tulk," ho Haiti one evening ns  I pnusod a moment, whllo ho crossed  tho room for a drink uf wntor, "Don'  seem t" niuko no kind o" sense. I cun  mako out n word here nn' thoro, but  fer good, sound, common houso I cull It  a purty thin crop."  IIopo wrote ine every week for a  tlmo, A church choir hud olTorod hor a  pJitco soon ii hit mio went to tho mg  Clt.N.   Mio ennui liuiue intending to Mil-  prUo us nil iho nest summer, but unfortunately I had gone nwny In tho  woods with a puny of surveyors and  missed her. We wero a month 111 tho  wllilernesH nnd enmo out a llttlo west  of Albiiny, where I took n boat for  New York to see ii .po, i eunio down  tho North river Wciwoon tlio great  smoky cities on ciilier side of it ono  damp and chilly morning, Tho noise,  thu crowd;-., Ihe i.i,i.,ci.,niy uf tlto town  appalled me.  At John 1'iiiler's I 1'iiiiiid Unit Hope  hnd gone home, nnd, while thoy tried to  detiiln nie longer, I cnuie buck on tho  ulght boat nf the same day, IIopo nnd  I passed ench oilier lu Hint Jouruoy,  and I did not nee her until the sumtuur  or-������r*!uut tar .Uitrd  und  i**\\ ,)H*t |*T-  college, the Taculty havrng aaoweo. mt*  to take two years in one. Her letters .  had come less frequently, and when I  she came I saw a grand young lady of  fine manners, her beauty shaping to an  ampler mold, her form straightening to  tlie dignity of womanhood.  At the depot our hands were cold  and trembling with excitement, neither  of us, I fancy, knowing quite how far  to go in our greeting. Our correspondence had been true to the promise  made mother. There had not been a  word of love in it, only now and then  u suggestion of our tender feeliug. We  hesitated only for the briefest momeut.  Then I put my arm about her neck and  kis.ssjd her.    t ,  (To bo Continued.)  PREPARING FOR CHANGE  PEDIGREES TO ORDER.  Tlirlvinar   Trnile   In   Conts   of   Anna,  With Lincuec to Fit Them.  With all our boasted democracy certain classes of Americans are as keen  in their pursuit of notable ancestry  which will entitle them to display  coats of arms as the most snobbish  aristocrat could be. An authority in  heraldry made the statement awhile  ago tliat only forty or fifty American  families at the most are entitled to the  Insignia of nobility. But nobody can  convince the average citizen who has  'made money" of any'.such ��������� thing, and  that supports very comfortably a  coterie of "genealogists" in' New York,  London and indeed many of the larger  cities here and abroad, who make a  business of discovering long lost relatives in the age of chivalry for worthy  twentieth century descendants.  Genuine old armorial bearings in  many cases represent puns or a play  upon the family name in the design,  which makes it comparatively easy  to cut distinguished ancestry out of  whole cloth, hall mark and all, and  have the "fake" look passably "actual." For instance, the arms of Sir  John Peche as they appear in a window  of the chapel at Lullingstone, Kent,  consist of two peach trees bearing  fruit, an old English E being imprinted upon each peach. The Bacon escutcheon shows a boar and the Lamb  family's three lambs.  This tendency is well Illustrated  among the American families which  really~have inherited coats of~arms7  The arms of the Standish family consist of three standing, dishes, the  Wheelocks of New Jersey display three  Catherine wheels, while the Carters of  Philadelphia have three cart wheels,  and tlie emblem of the Astor family  Is a yellow aster. How a coat of arms  may be utilised for decorative effect  appears in the new Hotel Astor, which  is oue of the most sumptuously furnished of New York's great hostelries. In  frescoes and wall hangings, lace and  linen, rugs and carpets, on glassware,  chiua and silver, the aster appears In  every conceivable form, fitted to every  possiblo scheme of design. This, too,  is on aucient use adapted to modern  usefulness.  When it is suggested that tho use of  family symbols ls undemocratic the  amateur in genealogy reminds us that  Washington, John Adams, Livingston,  Jay and ninny another Revolutionary  champion of equal rights usod a crest.  Furthermore, thero is a tradition, at  least not disproved, thnt tho most in-  votorato hnter of monnrchs, Oliver  Cromwell, wns having his own family  tree looked through for titled ancestors  at tho tlmo of his donth.  PRIOR TO EARLY INTRODUCTION  OF  METRIC  SYSTEM.  A Mixed CoNtume,  It is snid of tho Into Lord Salisbury  tliat ho once hnd to dress at bronknock  speed for a lovoo and in tho nbsonco of  his vnlot plunged at u houp of tilings  nnd throw thoin on us thoy enmo. IIo  nppenred nt court lu tho cont of tho older brethren of Trinity Houso, tlio trousers of a deputy lleutonnnt nnd a hut  pf tho royal nrchors. Putting on tho  finishing touches before tho mirror, ho  hung his sword upon tlio wvong' Bldo  nnd gnrtored himself nbout tho wrong  kneo, ITo hnd nssuinod a waistcoat  mndo In days whon ho wns of loss ample girth, bo that between tlio horo of  tills garment nnd tho wnlst of tho trousers was a gap which all but blmsolf  observed,  Now Gold Tlioorr,  ProfosHor Frederick Soddy of Glasgow university holds tho theory that  gold is gradually disintegrating Into  other materials. IIo hns visited tho gold  deposits of Wostorn Australia nnd Now  Zealand, and ho expresses his conviction thnt In all probability gold, like  radium, is ut onco tho product of some  oilier parent element aud is itself  chuuglng to produoo "offspring" olo-  tuents, Tho professor laments tbo inadequacy of Ida resources lu tho way of  gold upon whlcli to experiment ar,d  points to tho tons of gold portmpa dls-  integrating In tho vaults of tlio Bank of  England.  Curo For Broken Wind,  Recently a murkot gitrdonor statod  thut lie hnd n lot nf leaves, tho wnsto  from a largo crop of hornoruillHh, and,  not hnvlnir imv other placo for It. ho  gave It. tn his horses, one nf them being  badly broken winded. This food effected a complete euro. Tho romody la  easily tried und can do no harm. If  you hnvo a horso thus afflicted, try tho  horseradish lnuf euro aud report.���������  Farm aud Plrvaldo., .... .���������.   .  Prof. Maclonnan Engaged to Instruct  the People of the Dominion on Its  Advantages���������The Measures of the  Wonld���������Present Methods Show Great  Lack of System and Aro Very Con-  fusing--Adopted in Other Countries.  In order to prepare the public for the  Introduction of the metric system of  weights and measures Into Canada,  should such a step be definitely decided  upon, the Dominion Government has  ���������ngaged Prof. J. C. Maclennan, of Toronto University, to deliver a series of  lectures at different points in Ontario  between now and the end of the college term.  Similar lectures will be given  throughout every part of Canada during the summer by Dr. Maclennan or  ���������some one else who is thoroughly acquainted with tha system.  Dr. Maclennan has already lectured  on the subject in Stratford and Hamilton.  The object of these lectures is to  describe the metric system thoroughly,  ������nd to show its advantages over the  ���������ystem, or rather variety of system*,  of measurement, at present In use In  Canada.  Present Systems Confusing.  Dr. Maclennan's addresses will be of  ������ similar character to the one he delivered before the select standing committee on agriculture and colonization  at Ottawa in April, 1904. After reviewing the Interesting history of the metric system which was introduced into  France at the time of the Revolution,  and has since 'been adopted by moist  of the countries of Europe, he illustrates the extreme simplicity of this  method of calculation on account of its  aeclmal character.  He pointed out that we have still in  Canada a variety of weights and measures which are very confusing. ���������> For  Instance, the ounce avoirdupois ls 437.5  ���������fralns, and the ounce Troy, or apothecaries, 480 grains. We have the dram  a-wolrdupois weighing 27,344 grains,  and the dram apothecaries weighing 10 grains. The mile, according- to land measure, is 5,280 feet, while  the nautical mile is^.000 feet. The sur-  'Tiyor,s~chain~i3-&6-feet��������� and-the-engl-  ���������ee*r*s chain 100 feet. The same variety  et measurements prevail in every part  of the BrIUsh Empire and in the Unit-  Ad States.  Adopted   In  Other Countries.  The metric system has already been  adopted by France, Germany, Russia,  Austria-Hungary, Holland, Belgium,  Norway, Sweden, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and half a dozen smaller  European states, by Egypt, Japan,  parts of China, Mexico and nearly all  the South American states.  Dr, Maclennan points out that if  the British Emtpiro and the United  Btatos would adopt the metric system  there would bo a uniform system  throughout practically the entire  civilized world. Tho Advantages to trade  and commerce are obvious. In fact he  claims the countries which adhero to  the old varieties of measurement aro  laboring under disadvantages in trade  en that account, and shows how the  Industrial conditions in Canada and  ���������very part of tho Empire would bo Improved by adopting tlie scale of moas-  ���������aremen't which prevails In the countries  whose markets wo are competing for.  New Zealand Adopts It.  At the Coronation Conference ot  Colonial Premiers hold In London in  1902 a resolution was adoptod to the  effect that It would bo advisable to  adopt tho metric system of weights  and measures for uso within tho Empire, and tho Frlmo Ministers urge  their Governments to consider Its adoption,  The motrlo syntem ls now Ir-galls-cd  In Groat Britain, In Cnnnda and in most  of tho colonies, but nowhere yet ls it  made compulsory. Now Zealand en-  acted a bill in 1003 by which tho system will be mado oumpulaory In that  oolony during the present yoar.  In 1004 a bill making tho proposed  aystem compulsory in Groat Britain  and Ireland after April 5, 1(108, was  Introducod In tho House of Lords and  received ita third rending, but santl-  men't In the Houso of Commona waa  aralnst it, and tha bill waa droppod  ���������here,  There la now a VII for its Introduo-  lion in all Government works before  tha United States Congresa. In Canada nothing definite has yet been dons  towards making tho system oompul-  wory,  a uiiiiuiiint,  "Why do you teach your calldron tl  recite and sing?"  "Woll," answorod tlie practical wo������  man, "there has to bo souio way ot  atuttiug people who como to aco you  and forgot whon it's tlmo to go homo "  ���������Washington Star.  Clover On tha Farm.  rXover nhnnld ho nnwn 11*v������m*dr rm  every farm for many reasons. It makes  tho host food, and tho mnnuro from it  ls rich. Thon, as nil know, It Improves  tbo land, which should bo tho first  aim of ovory farmer. Whatever system of rotation y**u follow, always  hav0 Hover-In It. No mnn Is ton poor to  sow clovor, and you should not got this  I den.  Canadian Northern Changes In Times  Table.  MAIN LINE WEST. With the  change of time tables on April 1st  the Canadian Northern now operate  their Express Passenger train service  between Winnipeg and Edmonton,  west bound, leaving Winnipeg at S:0O  o'clock daily except Sunday, arriving  at Edmonton 22:15 o'clock daily except Monday east bound, leaving Edmonton 19-15 o'clock daily except  Friday, arriving at Winnipeg 12:20  o'clock daily except Sunday. The  Edmonton, Express is operated both  directions by way of Gladstone.  Through first class sleepers are carried in each direction between Edmonton and Winnipeg and diners  serving meals a la carte are attached.  The line via Carberry between Winnipeg and Dauphin is served by train  leaving Winnipeg S:00 o'clock Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving  Dauphin 17:10 o'clock, eastbound  leaving Dauphin 2: SO o'clock, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving  Winnipeg  1. 20 o'clock.  OAK POINT SECTION. The service between Winnipeg and Oak  Point is increased to a til-weekly,  leaving1 Winnipeg 8:15 o'clock Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving  Oak Point 12:30 o'clock, returning*  same days, leaving Oak Point 14:00'  o'clock arriving Winnipeg IS: 15  o'clock.  ROSSBURN SECTION. Through  connections are made in both directions between Rossbttrn and Winnipeg as follows: ���������Will leave-  Winnipeg 8:00 o'clock Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving Ross-  burn 22:00 o'clock; eastbound leaving Rossbttrn 23:20 o'clock Monday,.  Wednesday and Friday, arriving Winnipeg 12:20 Tuesday, Thursday and?  Saturday.  WINNIPEGOSIS SECTION. Leave  Dauphin 19:00 o'clock Tuesday and  Thursday, arrive Winnipegosis 21:30  o'clock. Return leaving Winnipegosis 2.00 o'clock Wednesday and Friday, arriving Dauphin 4:30.  SWAN RIVER SECTION. Leave-  Dauphin 16:00 o'clock Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving Swan-  River 21:*?) o'clock, .eave Swan  River 23 30 Monday and Wednesday,  arriving "Melfort 15:15 Tuesday andJ  Thursday. Eastbound, leave Melfort 7:00 Wednesday and Friday  arriving Swan River 21:20 o'clock,  leave Swan River 23:00 o'clock Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving-  Dauphin 4:00' o'clock Tuesday,.  Thursday and Saturday.  ������������������Ser-viGe-on-ol'-her���������branch es-remain?^  the same as heretofore.  The improved service thus placed  in effect between Winnipeg and Edmonton is proving of eormous advantage t settlers a,ndj landspekers.  and so far all trains have been well  filled with new arrivals from other,  countries, all seeking a home in the  great and fertile Saskatchewan Valley.  THE BARK OF TREES.  Nature'* Provision Far the Relief ���������**  tlio Crowing l'liint.  The practical cultivator understands-  tliat naturo makes provision for getting  rid of the bark of trees ns the trunk lu-  crenses in size. On the growth of the  past season may be seen small olivo  spots. These are formations of cork.  From year to yenr, In subsequent do*  velopment, these little patches spread,  really eating their way through the-  bnrk. This is the provision which naturo makes for finally rifting tho barlt  In each species of plant. These corlc  cells have thoir own special linos of development, nnd this is tho reason why  each kind of tree hns Its own particular  bark. Tho charnctoristlcs are so prominent that clever observers enn select  different kinds of trees by their bark  even at midnight. As it is tho evident  intention of.nnturo to get rid of old  bnrk, It Is a groat help to tho tree to assist naturo in this rospeet, and any  wnsh or treatment which aids tlio  plant In gottlng rid of it Is a practical udvitntiigo. Soupy water wash or  lyo water is useful, nnd oven scraping  hns been found of groat advantage.  In n rough sort of wny llmo wash ls  frequently used, tho only objection bo-  Jng tlio whllo ninl glaring color, It Is,  however, tho ehonpest and tho best ot  all bnrk treatment.  THE USEFUL YAWN.  Vegetables Good For 8wIp������.  Don't food all tho unsalable p>i nto������*-  and the pumpkins to tho rows nH  horaos, but glvo tho swine their pm-thn  of it, Oreon food will koop thoir up  lioUUa laj-ood condition.  This Tiim-ar Ventllutlntf Pi-noeM fler-rec  n Uoiiltlt) l'tirpnie,  Tlio not of yawning Is distinctly beneficial In two ways. In tho first place-  It servos tho purposo of lung ventilation. Tho lungs nro not filled or exhausted by ordinary respiration. Thert  is a cortuln quantity of nlr which physiologists cnll "residual air" loft In tho  rocessos of tho lungB after tlio ordinary  respiration, linn in muo becomes vitiated uud nffeds ihe blood aud, through  it, tbo nervous con tors,  The result Is a ynwn, which la really  a atrotchlng of tho respiratory chamber  to Its fullost cnpnclty nnd tho flllhut  ot it with iroHiu.v uiHpinxi uir which  drives the vltlntod nlr out Yawning lr������  also beneficial In so far ns-lt oponi*  stretches and vontllntos the vocal, nasal nnd auditory chambers in immediate connection with tho mouth.  The cracking pound often heard whon  yawning Is duo to tho strotchlnjr and  opinilug of the eustachian tubes, which  form a communication between tht  middle enr and tho buck of the throat.  Tho deafness whlcli often nccompanlof  a cold is duo to the congestloa of these  tubes.���������London Hospital THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  44  3 WESTERN CANADIAN  EDITORS  2    A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Aims  and their Influence.  52  H. H. NEUFELD.  *���������  *-*att*i-iaaY*v*-^^^  H. H. NEUFELD  Editor of the Volkszeitung, Winnipeg  No better indication of the desirability of the German as a citizen of  Western Canada, and of the important  factor that he is becoming in  Western Canadian life could be  given than a sketch of the career of H. H. Neufeld, and of the progress of the German weekly newspaper  which lie edits and publishes in the  ���������city of Winnipeg���������the Volkszeitung.  'Born in Europe on March 19, 1876,  Mr. Neufeld came with his parents to  America in 1889 and early in life acquired, on a farm which his father  owned near Mountain Lake in the  ���������State of. Minnesota, those habits of  persistent industry and self-reliance  which has made him a leading member  ���������of his race in the Province of Manitoba and in the Canadian West. When  unable to avail himself of the advantages of school he studied in his  leisure hours and practised his exercises while walking after the plough,  going for the cows, mowing, raking,  and during the dozen and one occupations of a boy on a farm. For three  months during each of those winters  he attended the public school of Mountain Lake, having at the same time  charge of 'fourteen- horses and twenty  ���������or-more caWle~wh'rch'-"he~had-T-to~feed-  and attend to morning and evening.  Grifted with musical tastes in a  marked degree, Mr. Noufeld took a  ^course in vocal music and practiced  ���������singing every year with the Church of  the Brethren.; Having a fine first  tenor voice, he sang in male choruses  and choirs, mixed and male quartettes  and also as soloist in many parts of  the United States.  In-1896 Mr. Noufeld, young, ambitious, and eager for knowledge, took  a. complete'course in the Gorman Am-  ���������erican Academy in Rochester, N.Y.,  graduating in 1900, having also taken  a business course in the same Academy.  While in Rochester Mr. Neufeld be-  ,gait a course in'the Baptist Theological Seminary of that city, afterwards  .going to the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky.,  whoro ho first began his connection  with journalism by contributing to a  'Gorman nowspapor.  Mr. Noufeld also gave lessons in  Gorihajj to a olass of students in tho  .'Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  Callod from Louisville by th������ last illness of his mother, who had removed  to North Dakota, ho, after hor death,  wasr compelled by family reasons to remain in North Dakota whoro ho taught  sohool for two years and at the same  timo began tho publication of a Gor-  man wookly nowspapor.  Tho obvious opportunities for a Gor-  man nowspapor in tho province  of Manitoba, however, attracted him  nt this timo and ho camo to tha city of  Winnipeg,   Ho began tlio publication  nf      "���������!,/.   "Ttnnlirmlitm*."       11,      1)111)01'      lot'  of tho "Boobnoiitor," a paper for  young pooplo, "D������in. Cluisthclio Kin-  clorblatt," n Sunday Sohool paper, nntl  the "VolksKeitung,    n Gorninn weekly.  Tho Voikfizeitnng domandod so miioh  of tho timo and ability of Mr, Noufeld  tlmt ho sold both tho "Boobnoiitor"  and tho -'Kintlerblntt" nnd devoted  .nil liis .business nnd litornry ability to  tho publishing nnd editing of tho  VollcNzeitiiDg. Tlio determination wus  fortiinnto nnd the VolkH/.oitung Iiiih be-  ooino a fiictO!-* iu tho bitsinoNN, sociul,  nnd litornry life of thoso of the Gorninn raco in Mnnitoha nnd tho Cnnnd-  inn Wont mnoo Mr. Noufeld bocnnio tho  proprietor throo and a half yours ngo.  In Juno, 1905, tho "Volkss-oitung"  wns incorporated ns a joint stock  ��������� company with Mr, Noufeld nR tho  principal stockholder and mnnnger of  tho company.  Tho "VollcfizoitunR" will soon enter   its  id    prliu'ipnl  constituency in in  Mnnitoha and tho  ���������Canadian West and tho puhliontion is  accordingly a   first-class    advertising  medium.  Tho well-nppointed job   department  Of   thO   "VolitHZOItlHIg      (llllUUb   UII   iill  extonsivo bind nous throughout tho Canadian West in Oormnii nnd .Knglwli  job-printing which tho thoroughly up-  to-dato plnnt is fully nblo to handle  and because of tho fast increasing bus-  ino-tr- a typo-sotting mnoliine, a larger  proas and a ptiper folder will t.0011 In-  added.  In connection with tho newspaper  thoro is also a hook and. stationary  business of dimensions proportionate  to tho p-rowlng needs of tho ricinity.  Everything in connection with tho  ''Volks-teitung" is modern and up-to-  Tho "VoIkHs-oitunR" will soon enter  its fifth year of publication nnd its  rtittuoru uiu iu .ill ���������/.���������������'!.j ef the ,,-nvhl  where' Oermnn I" rond.    Its principnl  date and with the energy and ability  of the editor and manager, Mr. Neufeld, Winnipeg's German newspaper is!  on the high-road to a successful career  A SPRING TONIC.  Weak,  Tired   and   Depressed   People  Need a Tonic at This Season to  Put the Blood Right.  Spring blood is bad blood. Indoor  life during the winter months is responsible for weak, watery, impure  blood. Yon need a Tronic to build up the  blood in the spring just as much as a  tree needs new sap to give it vitality  for the summer. In the sirring the bad  blood shows itself in many ways. In  some it breeds pimples and eruptions.  In others it may be through occasional  headaches, a variable appetite, perhaps  twinges of neuralgia,, or rheumatism,  or a lazy feeling in the morning and  a desire to avoid exertion. For these  spring ailments it is a tonic you need,  and the greatest blood-making, health-  giving tonic in all the world is Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. Every dose  helps to make new, rich, red, health-  giving blood, which reaches every  nerve and every organ in the body,  bringing health, strength and energy  to weak, despondent, ailing men and  women. Here is proof. Mrs. Chas.  Blackburn, Aylesford Station, N.S.-  says: "For the past Ten ye*ai*������' Dr .Williams' Pink Pills is the only medicine  I have taken when I found I needed a  medicine. Last spring I was feeling  poorly, was weak, easily tired and depressed. I got three boxes and they  made me feel like a new person.  These pills are the best medicine I  know of when the blood is out of order."  Thousands of people not actually  sick need a tonic in the soring, and to  all these a box of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills will brine; new erargy and new  strength. To those who may he more  seriously ailing, who are suffering  from any of the ailments due to bad  blood���������a fair treatment with these  pills will bring new health and vitality.  You can get these pills from any medicine dealer or by mail from the Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont., at 50 cents a box or six boxes for  for $2.50.  A  New Penalty.  Philadelphia.���������Judge Staples in the  Criminal court recently imposed a peculiar sentence on Charles Hollister,  jun. of Belmont, N.Y. Hollister pleaded guilty to indictments charging  false pretences and Judge Staples  suspended sentence on condition that  "H"oTiiBteT~make-an"-oat-h-t-hat-be-would-  abstain from the use of cigarettes for  one year.  RAINY RIVER MAN  HADJROUBLES  TILL . DODD'S  .   KIDNEY  .  PILLS  CURED HIS KIDNEYS.  Then his Rheumatism and other pains  Vanished   Once   and   for   all���������His  Case One of Many.  Barwick, Ont, Apr. 9,-��������� (Special).���������  That Dodd's Kidney Pills will cure  Rheumatism, or any other disease resulting from disordered Kidneys is the  experience of many of the settlers of  this Rainy River country. The case  of William John Dixon, of this place  is a fair sample of the work the great  Canadian Kidney Remedy is doing.  "I had Rheumatism so bad I had to  to uso a stick to walk. I had pains in  my back and right hip, and I had no  comfort In sleeping,  "I could no moro than dress or undress myself for nearly two months,  and I was for nearly three weeks I  could not lace my right shoe.  "My brother ndvlsed me to try  Dodd's Kidney Pills and I did so.  After taking three boxes I could wall-  around and laco up my shoos and do  my work, Six boxes curod me completely."  Dodd's Kidney Pills aro the ono sure  cure for sick Kidneys. Sick Kidneys  are the cnuso of nine-tenths ot tho Ills  tho huiiiuu family suffers from.  "Mnilnrn," snid n nervous pnRsomrnv  to the mother of a howling Imp In tho  express train, "Is there anything nny  of us can do tn pnolfy your llttlo hov?"  "O, thnnlc you, yos," snid tho mother  of tho rdoIIoiI child. "You soo, tlio  doar llttlo pot Just wnnts to throw his  jnm turf nl; tho pnflsonp-nrH, nnd T wns  nfrnld thoy wouldn't, llko It., Plonso to  stnnd whoro you nro, Now. slop  Crying, dniilng. TIiIh kind gentleman  wants to play with you."  Itch. Manue, Prairie Scratches, Cub-  n Itch on  Human or animals cured  n 30 minutes bv Wolford's 8anltary  Lotion, It never falls, At all druggists.  Cnna'dii's customs revenue for the  pnst nlno months Is $31,04 fl,WW.  -'".DODO'S V  KIDNEY;  k PILLS J  Will,'' ���������:  ������'iMi A>v--Vnic-1  "."Mir. re-..1  It CtjSxe Bard.  In France, as in most other countries*,  it is necessary to give one's age when  making a statement in a court of justice as well as in many other official  proceedings. But Frenchwomen of mature years are noted above all other  women for their unwillingness to state  their age. '  On one occasion a lady who had to  testify was accompanied to the court  by a numerous company of her friends,  and when the magistrate asked, "How  old are you?" there was such a coughing and clearing of throats as of people  suffering from severe colds that all  that could be heard in the courtroom  was ���������*���������ty years!"  Through the amiability of the magistrate this more than half suppressed  response was allowed to stand, but the  tribunals are not always so lenient.  On another occasion a magistrate asked  a woman:  "What is yonr age, madam V  "Whatever you choose, sir," answered the lady.   She was under oath.  "You may put down forty-five years,  then," said the magistrate to the clerk.  "What is your occupation, madam?*"  "Sir," said the witness, "yon havo  made a mistake of ten years in my  age."  "Put down fifty-five years, then,"  said the magistrate. "Your residence"--  "Sir," exclaimed the lady, "my age  ls thirty-five years, not fifty-five!"  "At last we have your statement,*-  said the magistrate, and he proceeded  With the examination.  Too close and long continued Inbreeding of hogs tends to a rapid degeneration in nearly all Instances.  As soon as the frost is out of tho  ground a sowing of sweet peas should  b������ made.  A Requisite for the Rancher.���������On  the "cattle ranges of the West, where  men and' stock are far from doctors  and apothecaries, Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is kept on hand by tlie intelligent as a ready-made medicine, not  only for many human ills, but as a  horse and cattle medicine of surpassing merit. A horse and cattle  rancher will find matters greatly  simplified by using this oil.  " "Why did you persist in calling  your visit to this country last season  -a-fai*ewell-tour-?iL,asked-he-E-manager,.  coldly. It was in no sense a farewell."  "Yes, ft was," replied the famous  prima donna. "I fared very well" .-���������  Judge.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  He had been sweet on her for some  time, and one evening he dropped in  ou his way home from the office.  "I hope you will excuse me for  calling in my business suit," he said,  "but���������"  "Oh, "that's all right," interrupted  the fair maid, "that is, if you mean  business."  And next day a downtown jeweler  separated him from a month's salary  in exchange for the ring.���������-Chicago  News.  The' Lyman D. Morse Advertising  agency , of New York, one of the oldest establishments of its kind in  America, has found it expedient owing  to growth of business to adapt its  name to its enlarged sphere of operation by changing its business style to  the Morse International Agency, 38  Park Row, New York. Owing to the  necessity for larger offices, the corporation will move its offices on May  1 to the Revlllon building, 19 West  34th street, New York,  Germany is rushing tho double  tracking of hor strategic railway lines.  Somo of them in Alsace and some  leading to North Sea ports,  They Drive Pimples Away.���������-A faco  covered with prLmplos Is unsightly.  It tolls of internal Irregularities  which should long slnco hnvo beon  corrected. Tho liver nnd tho kidneys are not performing thoir functions In the healthy way thoy should,  and thoso pimples aro to lot you  know that tho blood protests. Par-  moleo's Vegetable Pills will drivo  thorn nil. away, and will leave tho  Bkln cloar and clonn. Try thorn,  and thoro will bo another wltnoss to  thoir excellence,  The Dominion government will  mnlco arrangements with tho two new  provinces for joint control of the  Mounted Pollen. Rnch provlnoo will  hnvo control of whutovor ngonclos It  employs In administration of criminal  jiiHlleo, The pollco will bo under  Dominion Jurisdiction, but. under provincial onlors whon necessary,  Holloway's Corn Cure destroys all  kinds of corns and wails, tool and  branch. Who, then would nnduro  them with such n chonp and effectual  romody within roach?  A   moitlCIll   HuUIUl'lUUl   iu  Uix.  vl   l\iv  Chicago slums Is planned.  ...  *  Mlnard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Tho now summer senson timetable  of tho C.P.R. will tnko olToct Mny r,  this year, 11 m-uiih enrUi-r limn Uo\  yonr. Tho double tlntly express sor-  vie.4, .Montreal to Viuhuiivi'I will tin r.  ho resumed, ino.'b 1 nnd 2 being  known na tho Imperial. (IS ns iho Atlantic Express and 97 ns the Pacific  Express.  NO  ADULTERATION OR COLORING MATTER  IMPURITIES OF ANY KIND IN  CEYLON NATURAL GREEN TEA  Put up in sealed lead packets to  preserve  its many excellent qualities.  40c, 50c and 60c per lb. At All Grocers,  Highest Award at St. Louis 1904.  Imperial   IVIapIo Syrup  AlMvays   Satlsfaotory  Ask your dealer foi-Imperial Maple Syrup.  Do not allow him to substitute  an Inferior artlole beoauso It Is oheapor.  -a*������rtfHBHrntVB������rraMr������rarB^  FOR  Over a Quarter oi a Century  we have successfully treated nervous  diseases caused by Drink and Drugs.  500,000 cures is our record. We  speak truly and say that failure to  obtain a cure by the Keeley Treatment is a failure of the man and not  our methods.   Send  for facts. .  Address in confidence  THE KEELEY CURE  133 Osborne St., Winnipeg.  Woman's  Health  Every woman may be attractive. Bright eyes, pink cheeks  and red lips are her nature-  given right. A sallow skin, lack  of animation, low spirits and  weak nerves may be avoided by  the use of Beecham's Pills, a  remedy that well deserves the  jronfidence of every woman.  Again ^nd"~again~~fKeyr~have  proved to be invaluable at those  recurring times when so many.(  ���������women feel debilitated and suffer from nervousQess, headache,  and depression. It is wonderful  the way these pills assist Nature  and relieve the suffering.  Every woman wbo values'  health and good looks should  become a user of  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  Prepared only by Thomas Beech**.*"**, |  St. Helens, Lancashire, England.  Sold Everywhere In Canada and U. S.  America.   In boxes 25 cents,  MAK������ EVERY DAT   |fl COUNT-  tffijg-S&  without n  VJATE  &  ,,OR  -SIONOFTHtrUH  mm*  '-&-'  rem a_u-moian te u*  ���������WMHITO, OUt .  Twonty-Jlvo thousand mon nro to bo  nut out of work nt DroHdon owing to  tlio iloolHlnn of vnol.nl working factories to taboo Union mon,  t DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED,  by local applications, as thoy cannot  roach tin* dlsoaiod portion of tho ear.  There Is only onu way to oure doufituM,  and that Is by constitutional remedies.  Deafnoitf Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Bust-  sohlan Tube. Whon this tubo Is Inflamed  Inflammation can be taken out and this  lioarlim, nnd when it Is entirely oIoboiI,  Deafness Is the result, and unloss the  Inflammation can be taken out and this  tube restored to Us normal condition,  in.'iiiiuK rtiii uo Otoii^tu 'uit.u, ..'..���������*  (������n������>������>������ out nf ten ar������ nnti������������*r1 hv Ci-fnrrh,  which U nottilnii but an mitti'iiwu condition of the mucous surfneod.  Wo will Klve One Hundred Dollars for  any ca������e of Deafness (caused by Catnrrh)  that ennnot bo oured by Ilnlrs Catarrh  Cure.   Brtid for elroulars froe.  F\ J. CHRNRY A CO.. Toledo, O.  Mold i>y ui ukkuum,  .uo,  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation  Kvor.v pii'ior mill In Wisconsin Is  tliri'iitciii'd with a shut-down bocauso  of tin.- coal strike.  flunllffht Bonn Is hotter than othor  Hoa|iH, but ls best when used in ibt������  Sunllerlit wny. Tiny Sunlight 8oa|>  and follow direction**.  A Now York lunatic Jumped off tho  elevated railroad In tho belief that ho  wns an airship,  A TORONTO MAN TRIES  Something   New   and   Is   Delighted.  Feels Like a Boy.  Mr, M.N. Dafoe,  29 Golborne St,  Toronto, says:  "I have been a  aufforer from dyspepsia for years. I  have been treated  by doctors and have  taken many medicines With only  temporary relief.  Since using Dr.  Leonhardt's Anti-  Pill I can eat anything the same as  when a boy. I And  they regulate both  itomach and bowels. My old time  rigor has returned, so thnt my spirits  ire buoyant and temper normal. I give  nil credit to this wonderful remedy���������  Dr. Leonhardt's Anti-Pill."  All dealers or Tho Wllson-Fylo Co.,  Limited, Niagara Falls, Ont, C01  Mr. M, N. Dafoe  A   LABEL  ruikss-  THI s������  *������Bl������  tf "���������'"���������W^MB. S<w&m%f ���������  JHCTRAOCOFTHEORBnrWEST  ���������jg  331  Attached to any tiarmant la ���������  Guarantee af  GOOD MATERIAL  GOOD WORKMANSHIP  ���������nd Good Wearing Qualities  When Buying OVER ALU,  PAN lb, V fata lb, btHUt/Mb,  or   WOHKINtiMfcN'S SHIHT6  Insist en (letting  "King of the Road" Brnntl  And Take no Other  EVIRYQARIHENTQUARANTEED  It Ih OKtlmittod tlmt tho cost nt en.  try Into Winnipeg ror tlio tiruut Sor-  lull    U,iilv,,n    SVan   .|.'.,111*111,1,1,II  I'llU'.i^o lUl.tl  ili'.iU:  th  ;tvo  ciiont'li coal uu hand to luhi hui v d.i> .-<.  W   N   U   No.   680 THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  Estatc of Rcbcrt "Dsissica**** of  SancKvie"k, Comox District  DKCEA^KI)   INI'KSTATE  TAKE NOTICE Ii.u letters ol admin  istralion of the pei-ona! csutc'of the said  Robert Duncan who died on the 14th day  of February ig<>6, have heeti granted by  the Supreme Court of British Columbia  to Eric 'Duncan of Sandwick aioresaid,  and that all personshavinj- claims against  the estate arc r; quired to send full particulars thereof to she said Eric: Duncan  at Situlwick on o betore the 21st day of  August iqo6, after \\-iiich"daie the Admin  istrator will distribute ihe estate having  regard only 10 claims of which he shall  have received 1101 ice. All monies o.wne  to tlie deceased are payable forth villi to  the unclcrs!;.;iiscl.  ERIC DUNCAN, Administrator.  jy4 Sandwiclc 15.C, May 21, 1906.  La  Bosco  Pedigree .ata'Hon, v.-ill ���������������������������and for  tlv season af. Piercy'i- logging camp  Buy he's Sound���������  H. Tiercy���������pr-.p,  .113  i:-yj'ifT������''���������*^'a''*w,--'*---t.w,������''-'^  OEOROE E* MARTIN  HARRISTKR AND SOLIClfOK  Ca.nadi.in Bank of Commerce y^tdg.  NanaSmoB.������.  Campheti  5c.  LOAF.  CREAM &  CURRANT  READ  lOo     a   loaf  j Minced ,3toak Tion en Satttrtieys |  li  ���������*en-g*5-*-a*-*-*j**^^ M*mzz^r^i^**imi*sW>  Tho " Sunshine " furnace mxl  ���������'gunny" ways are synonymous.   I ,'- /.'It Iti |V| \\ \\\\\|  r    , '- /'/��������� iff iWv-Yl  The cold, dreary winter days can ��������� 7'r!.'l ���������   'f  be made cheery arid, v.^nrrn v-v 11) 1 a pure,  _4s^���������Asf���������V=s=l*fe_  3 tfc ���������*��������� ^-Sc,  .UK^-!-**. |r14*->t*-.tfTAjril/l -  DDNSMliP AVENUE.  \VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt  ���������- "' --o clay* from date I intend to to. ply  to the Hi.n. Chief Commisiouei of  Lands and Works for a twenty-one (21)  year lease of the following described land  lor the purpose of Oyster culture, commencing at a post planted on the Easterly shore of Von Donope Cieek, Cortes  Island, 1 hence following tlie shore line  around head of creek to a point opposite  initial post thence 10 place of commencement, enclosing 3<x) acres, more or less,  JOHN GUN ARSON.  er Advertisers who want thoir ad  ohang-ed, ahould eot copy in. by  0 a.m. day before issue  Tho Editor will not bo rtmntinuiblo for th������  vlewB, BontimontB, nrany i-n'orsof c*<wipo������i-  tion of letter correHpoiidentr.  , 38. ZlnDcrison, S^qx.  CMS*  Job Work Strictly C. 0. D.  Transient Ads Op,Bh in Advance,  ISSUKI) KVHKV VVKUNi'SuAY.  Subscription P.i oo������. yonr  rammicrriTe^���������������������������'  Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses less fuel, and  " shines " in many other ways over common furnaces.  Two shakers are used to shako tho heavy, triangular-  shaped grates. This just cuts the work ofshaking-  down in half, besides being; easier; on tho furnaco than  the old one-shaker stylo.  Sold by enterprising dehors  overyvvhoi-e.'  Booklet freo.  ���������M  r    if^J^^A   Jim,  IU  LojmoN, Toitoxro, Mo.s-TK-'Ar,. V.'tNNtrr.Oi  Y-vMuouvi*!'.,  Bt. .Ioiin,  Uamilton.  jii**jw-������jraj*CTn!UK  :. H. TARBELL  mr- '*a..ujJAi* *uu..������tf*'r*Mi-a(i<*.A.'.'������Jv*,i--a -.v s.v-'-'  Sole Agent  \.ti\ v \J '.;nu*%v*iJmaF\i *\*U'Mav-e*M*mmvni*������w-������s>Tt*4*wi**J.jJWfW������j*-is^^  Qii      ;       a     j-i ,-.   ,     , .'���������uiriod down ibid iuc'li-o whon   12  SIBMtilflCl     im    (m.\ hundred feet down ali   ,'ereovor  ' come, hiiveral inanayi-d to t-Lriiijgli;  'Iv following in tho score/or June  h, 20 lunitv  NnnaiiiHi Krco i'rttt"-  of  1)10 8"li,  BpeiiklnRof(-iivnin\V������rtl������.'nWill'ani'8  Hdvocfttln^ (Muitniy.uiiuii, nryH,���������  "Ah will bo rwR'Uiherel, the pro  position wm ������Mnpliiiti'.iilly turned  down nt Ciuiiho? In >-(* Nomiinio,  Lady-smith, lVki-vU.f* and Dun-  CiinVi'porU'niOii." \,o\ t*n correct  the'-PriV. The prupiwition wn*-  not turned down Iu-k*. but on the  Contrary, l.aileil ������������il���������; Urn *���������:<>)- m-  wartlg (jjnitu* pri������M'rv.tion.  Th������*-ittiif pitpi-r [itile 1 ho auiount  of tuxt'.-i iMilli-ctt'il  in   Nuiiauiiii ior  ���������v  iIU'IU iUUO i������t Itltt LinJl: llJUII'I'llt ifl2,   I   HUriOUH IIIIIIU   lUCldl'lltl-     ill     lll.-tlil.)  UUU.    UuiniiiTlaiid  otlici' run   I.cat ��������� niinint- in   Mnutanit   hn*   occur u  'i'. iv   l-'iik', :i,  Tlinv. liinlHon, 11,  F. l'iirb, a.  0 il. FiCiiior, a,  IC. C. ICi.nlo, a,  V. lliiMiBty, 11,  U  W. Ward  T. 1I< mo, n,  It, W (VitiK-roii, a,  Vi, viran', 11.  M    Vld'lH'C, a,  WIRE  mu  Hotl Lridi'c, 12th    One   of   ninpt  hack lu wnero they eonld ho r<-nch-  t'd, by ihik tiinti a di'iiMi coin nm  oi  li' 1 HinoKe btiift loriii tinvinj- uii hack,  2d    niv.I o'cl-r.l*. aoothur patty cttinpn -  K) j ed of Kiniiir-h tuiueiL- turned   hack  1-1   (  teiTili,;d, I he MMl.11   wari   di-at I t-'ri^ll* ^,  1!? J men and women ran   to   and   fro  10 crazy, Hccoim voiiuiict-iH  were Hue  !     ceci-iui,   tans    tuiie  lovtji'fetl    nnd  11 hiiioki-louxd liacu, iu   . I -|it*������   l-riti-  10 lieo   Vint'   niiid-.*   of   ciiiVJiHH,   ui'ij  11 1  wu.er wa-s hit   in,   I'lL-ciuefri   weie  10 j lot th mu in cats, liivi   found   were  I ui.con.'i ioiit-, all retcui'ci'S revived  but two, Mate Coal .Mine l.^e. t-  iu* Mini inciil oiliccifi oi (lompiUiy  eii."j.ictci\'M J work of   roi'i.o'H   a.-.  I'lllli-ll.lulllii'hH.  ������. ���������������. ������M������W������Mt ������ m v  thlM b0W������������VlT, for ll,������.   Julie   enll-.'t.  ioin- laHt yeiir onitlle,! fi^JVg (������������������������  FOS SAIL  hero lodny H nton .-ire (lend all victims* '������f lllitei" damp follouin^    the  1', , T'ii    'vvl'i''   t:'i-,'i������   I,'-.-.      rt.'-n".  1 red t'Ut tie* Muiif; ������-i' -o .,k of ;e,-;cin-  from town, 2<i ica-H laud (ioi.il  Mnrtk Jo.trn "j 'trre- r],:,r-'l ucd  in cr<.p, well iIhcIihI, wi h ph-i.ty of  J-lMKl Watei.      I.������i^ 1mm-������-,   lieu 111.1,*,,,  and coops etc. A qu-mtity uf ������,������,������  c i\ht on UfiCleaic ! '.orjoi,. 4 \..,lf  Cauii.  FOR SALE  Thei-lock, tixluriiM and j.<ood  vvill  1       * ��������� 11     ..  1 > ���������  '���������Aiii no ui.-li i| I'iiuin-, and   .1 youu  '   pit'tM- i.������of i-Xrej-liomtl liraVecy and   '   ''.n  11 .el", WllK'll  call    1)0   -illtLVO   to  lh'- ,������iilifia.:tion ol putoino-ur, n  hu:1-- Mipply uf liijliiua, <.!.������.: , on hand  (!".>i re.i?.'.)iiiJ.for selling.    Applj uii  I'j (ii������,-.i.,i-.  (Ki,\NNi:it  III llnpl y Vulli-y, 11 iu.ut 'J-j loilo- ' >*'df fJiCJiliee of die >U;n\.    Tin* n������-id  are To fence KUndin.', \\������;n   I ltd lev,  I !   ���������        , ���������     !      ��������� M*  ��������� I 1 a<-  ��������� 1 1 In 1 >,.,   1,1'  Fin-. M.-.tt i;.i!:!>  iiraiey.    'J'i.e   firt  \   I r 1 ���������  uh it'll  a  1 .to  arfkoP Carjada  Capital (paid up),  .$3,000,000  Rsservo Fund. ....3,437,162  Total Assets, ..36,373,578  T. E. KBNNY. PitiwiufiST. ^ E. L. rEASiS. Gknkual Managb  BRANCH AT VUA1BERLAND,        :  Savings Bank Department i���������Dtipoait!; of $1 and upwards received;   Interest allowed at surrout rates, eoiupoutided twice each year on 3(Kh Juno and 31st December.  Drattj ou nil points bought aud sold.  H P. WILSON, Mana-mr.  OFFICE HOUltS  10 to 3j    Saturday 10 to 12; open   P&y Nighta 7 p.m. to 9p.m  Fishing Tackle NowForSa,e  Cheap  A. L AI^C3-E3 STOCK OP-  Rods,  Reels, Lines, Casts, Flies, Fly books  a lot more than   was ordered. ���������  ToOetRldof The������������  Goods  Ihey will be  sold  cheap foj"Cash for the next Ten Days.  m**tr#)yni**tovn*i*riU#'  T. P., McLean,  Pioneer  Watchmaker  B������w������i������w������M>.������������aagwiim������BMiTOiro������a������Mn^..^^  .wuaou������a������srxtf  Assifese's Sale of Stock  ki5  rn  Of the Franix Partridge ebtate (hte Napier .and lViitridge) of Cumberland and  Courtenay, consisting ot Grocerie--, General Dry G-'iods, and Boots and Shoes', is  offered, together with this oi-.i established  business as a going concern, for PublL  lender. The two stocks at Cuinber-land  and Courtenay may he tendered for,  togel'ner or separately" The hiylie.-t or  anv tender not necessarily accepted.  Paiucuhiis of stock can be seen at the  office of H.A. Stone, Vancouver, or the  stock can be vieucd in Cumberland.  Tenders must be -ea|ed and .marked  " Stuck Tcuclei ", an.i received by noon  011 June 15th by H-.A.-Stone.  A������t(>nct! 101 Friu k P-iitiidee tihtate  ThoG.lt Hit., h.r* Co.  Vaucouv- r.  NOTICE.  Any person i-r pt-rhon-*' found cnl-  uptfor temoving limher from Lota  io. 20 and ihe south 22. acit-H of  ihe Kraoiionai N. W. *. c^c 30 hiu!  Krttc lonni S \V J of S������.c 3U (y? Ac)  ' ^Town.-hi;. XI. Nelson District,  >'.ill he prosictind no-ordip-j tn i.tw'  ^ '.iHAN'T * M'OUNCJ:*;  Cun.heriand Jrii   9th 1W06.  U.V1BERLAND  Kftm^WMM  TENDERS.  In pursuance of an Ordi-r of Mis  Honor Eh lhiiri-oii, Jti.iyt* of die  Ci'.uniy Court uf Nanaimo, dated the  lOt.n day nf May 19''6.  '1 EN UERS will he received by the  undersigned to the 2yd day of June,  19 16 (inclusive) for the purchase of the  equity of redenipt'on or other estate and  interest of the laic Edward Rnllinys of  and in all thai trad nr piivc! of land and  premifos situate lying and being at Comox, YancouwT Island, and bem^ the  Western portion ulVSeeiVtu 76 according  to the official map of Comox District con  tainini,' 121 2--* acres more or less There  is a ii'^'Utercd nioi'^ane from the late  Kdw. Rollings to Kaiph R. Wilcox over  the above properly tu secure $500 aad  merest which is still  in  force.  The highest or any tender not ncces  sarily aciepteu.  (J. 11. I "novor Pi ������t 1 m.  ^olidiior for O.lici.il  Adininif-'trntor  Ciimborliinil ];.('., May 17, i'.KHi.  3-v.li  I WEDDING  : PRESENTS  T  ���������j-trare  Choicest Meats'  ���������<iij..uiii.i dt LnwcKt. Market I'rlseti  Vegetables  A   Ort'iit   Variety   will   h\KhyH )>c  '���������n  ,-toek ;    also & anppjy of  Fresh Fish  will  bu oa S������!e ovtry   \Vadn*������i'.ty  Y.������iirp������i������m-.g.. i������ oouliAllji n.viuid" and  J11 onl-in. will |),. ^roajijcly doHv>Wd.  ee 4 Son  I'KOI'HIl-TOItS,  Dull Evenings |  Are Banished  |  WHEN YOU OWN   A        t  Graphcphohe  It Wn.t. I'liovini*  THR3RHT MUSIC  THE IMJNMRST SONGS  THEMOSI   l.'AUGHABLR  sroRiEb  Hinirr at Ytiint own nui-.su>!-, at  a v.miaivTi: Cn-r.     Wjja'K run  <.'iVrAl,!H!|!K, Oil HAM.   AT  FLETCHER BROS.  -jkm*mtmj|**h������- *mive0m*mw*MW-$mm  t  VI'J'IOJUA, NANAIMO  V/NCOUVEK,  Hole. Agj-c-ittw For R, c.  SbW  *f*Tm\kVmyml*\ frn^ fs*m,  iL'tTMH  ���������������������������      A   Gutj-fotition  for  Every  %   GJaucii ju my  Window or   *|-  y    BllOW CilBOB. -- ��������� ��������� T  t  ���������"*"**  4.  T  Ab c tiifl Storo tht-n- ttru    *r  no rivali-     You may t-o- j������  oure tnoih'.d, yot. jili-uHii^ $  i iift������, lor iih unit? iih $1 uu, -������ j   | ^������-**������ * i-niniee t������i *oow rmi  will- miry wimtetl *.ric������ *(��������� ! ',,.. ..w" (v.**'hy^������>--������������,������.������J.r(;uiil������  between, up to $100.00, %  I  i  X  T  IS   JLXJSL,   t-*TE   JLOXZ  that  )mors  >y snpplyinK thorn with tlio BKST  , MKATS at thu UixxvHi mtukot  | jiriptts.   A trial order will couviitco  <Ul.'.-iU   j  it,-  id :ir ::   ~o -��������� ��������� -  "'!:.    I...!.,,'J..-:  j.v'.-t;u.tt'ter   i'd   J<i;  'I-  V  ��������� ������  Sioddart  ���������'*   I   VOU.  THE  OITY  Meat   Market,  V. W. W.eKAY, J*n.rri-.������or.  ��������� a#   *m9  t    -*__������    e   *    a    a    e    *  '#'**���������,'^'"*****!"���������������*"������**i',***

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