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The Cumberland News May 10, 1905

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Array IS*? "*-"  3SP  M  .���������'..���������'- rVj^**! ,*,;������.  . *    *���������* ������������mo,v   V.  -t  /Vr-  WLm*yS  ������������������*���������*���������������������������;* -^jl  V-AV 1 ?  -^   >-  >  j=e  TWELFTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   -B.. G.   WEDNESDAY.    MAY,   10, iqo$  ..-*������  AT tHB BIG STORE  Suit* to Nlli!  WE a* now pr*wmg the  NEW   SEASONS  STYLES  in  READY-TO-WEAR Clothing and ask you  to  come and  Look the Garments over and trvthem on  Suits $8 to $20  Fabric, Fit, Finish   and Value   guaranteed  Our, range of BOYS and  YOUTHS 2 and 3 piece  SUITS is now complete, including ������ a nice line of 'Buster  Browns and'Russian Blouse  suits.  IF WE CANNOT FIT YOU, LEAVE  \YOUR MEASURE, WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF DIFFER-  CENT PATTERNS TO" CHOOSE FROM   AND   WILL   AS-  Sf\  ���������;���������   ��������� SURE YOU ENTIRE SATISFACTION.  METHODIST CHURCH  VCQNPl^T.  Tbfi,conoert In,aid of ihe" ftb'gio  Lantern fund wat, attended  hyx jm  ayejajge .a-udiqn-iio who thoroughly  uppipcj-aied M-e i-rogra.ii'jM-e prepared for ^hi-.M' <en ter (ain ment   by the  Ladies   qf   the  jEpwonh   League.  There ia a^qertaU* umouiu of prom  iring laU-nL.iu   the   town,  among  nthors we have great  reason to   be  proud Qf  Miss An ley, wiih study;  and t-ainju*-*; this young lady  will -  do credit ta any   city.   ,She has a  beautiful yovue, spea^i- very distinct,  ly and in alieolutejly. free from man-  nerisnn* which certain-young performers are #.}# U) affect    Mr Wm.  Hicks is too Wjelljcnown to require  any commen.t, hjo* response to   an  encore, tho' waflnnfomfcp.ateiy marred by the at^onipn^iment not   being stricily up t/) the mark.     The  plantation i-cerie jvas a decided novelty, a   number  ������������f ^well   knowi  children taking part.   'Pbe " Anvil  Chorus* *- was   qepepted"'��������� and,   wa.-  much appreciat-ed.     }lWs C. Pike  and Misses Bate.and   Murdoch f������-  voied their listeners with a trio.   A  very sub.*tan iaJ -a#**ojint'wa** mam-  through the sale of ice cream arid it  is thou' lit that the-sale of work and  concert has been so (financially sue  cestui as to perajtit the league oU.  taining their desired object  JAMES WATSON Killed,'  SIMON LEistiRK CO., LTi)..  Local and Personal  For Kalsomining, P^aper-hanging  Glazing   and    Painting.      See  RICH'D.'McGRJEGOR,  Cumtoierl'-j-.t-H'i Hotel.  T. E. Rate has jnst teceiv&d i  ton of  ;WalKPaoer*V        ���������  WHEEL HOE9, XTd-  SEED DRILLS,  .VKHV LATB8T IMPROVKMBHW.  Call nnd sen them or write lor cataloguer- .nnd prices.  PO. Diawer 668  ;-"5V  Iff?  VAt the Hie Store you will see. all  ^ *.. ^ a��������� v**   -���������  newest siyles in LadJes Waists. In  silkft and cotton fabrics -50c to $12.  each. '  . V 1  -SHoef*i- ������������������-:.-'-'' Sh'oeBr r ... - Shoee-.  M^e^oyened. up thf8 ;,weekt.. v '���������.  IIN'Sipte^rlridR^ ������������������i-wf$\<&&  ^A*l3������teife  The town was shocked upon hearing of the death on Saiurdoy morning last, ofjan.es Watson, who had  been so well and favorably .known  iu Cumberland,  Deceat*hd wag working long .wall  in No. 4 slope hik! while on .night  shift on Saturday a slip ������.f rock took ',  place atthe face, WatPun evident  ly crowded close into the r(ih ex  pect+ng probably to thus e-tcupe the  tailing mn**n, which however, seem? :  to have ti pied over after s'riki ���������  ihe floor, pinning the nnfnrtut*a.������  man to the wall and duelling him  to deaih. -Deceased was of a quiet  kiodly disposition and a man well  liked liy all with whom he came it,,  conlac. He leaves a wife nnd nx.  children, the eldest a boy, 17 y^ais  old, the youngest a litMe over one  >'L-ai'. J. P. Wutaou. broihcr ol the  deceased, who had 'left on Friday  morning with his wife and family  for Lethbridge, was iniercep'ed hy  wire at Vancouver on Saturday,  and he at once returued, arriving  here at 1,1 a-rii Sunday.  The last sad rites were performed  over the remains of the late Mr Jas,  Watson on Monday afternoon at Si  pftorge's Presbyterian Church, Rev.  T Menzies of Sandwick conducting &  most solemn and imp-essive fnneral  service.     The  sacred edifice   waa  crowded with friends and acquaint-*  ances of the lamented dead, who also followed the cortege to the Cum  berland cemetary, headed by the City  band.   The capket was literally covered with beautiful floral   remembrances.   The Oddfellows, of which  society the deceased waa a member,  attended in a body, and had charge  of the funeral arrangements.    The  ;following   acled^as   pallbearers;"  Messrs H Mitchell, W Coiuien,   J  Comb, AMcCallum, A  Gray   and  ,F Crawford.    Mrs Watson and; her  young family, have  the  sincerest  w������*-'jfathjt m:%e cotamunity^ln  their sad beieavment.  - 1905 -  Wall - Paper  JUST AttKIVKD AT THB  The  CASH STORE.  100 Patterns to choose from.  2 Double itolis -for 2ycte4 upwards.  House lining, Mixed "Paint*, 150 Shtdee of  Alaltastiue, "Btmineli-, Staiu-t, Varukbr  Wtuti-ig. Biuf|ie.i. ������tc,-  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR A7E, ('umb������j4������n*4  l>^t-������-<^-MHn^HMrMMMaMfa&  - 1905 -  wall -Paper  A wrestling match is beins; arranged to take place soon between  Mr (ieo,Gray and Mr Thoa.>Hud*������  son ���������,  FOR ������4.tl  .^-*  ���������UX^.lJl&jr&r.ftX������lftjlfo  A. two ������������������ated, ligr"h.t wagon.   V������Ml*f-  uew     Oushioned   ������eat������,   Bole   and  shaftB   A "bargain.  '   ' "___*'������������������ ���������'������������������ '���������' ���������*  ~: ' >'*" ,  ���������.,-*��������� s.Appry.'NKWU, Office]!-  Try Our Famous Thlfftf-ii -Bland;-*3e.v" "/-���������;?���������';,  Ceylon Teas at 35.-40 andi..,4Pp^PW *  lh ' :��������� , . - y .' :���������"���������"' ������f'::*'- ��������� ;  ,_.N'ap|e(r,-fe'-Partndge, ..,,;;..^J.;.*J;,^ ' i-���������"''--'.i1*..-  4, -UHipir*r)roT ibe best sanitary wjifti-'-,..:.:;''.-?,';^-"  iflnish^iiv al shades, for rsale byiCj,;.;/.; ;,'v V-.^  f^*S*u  t'tfMgis  SHARP  ; - ������������������"t.'0'."s,n'*> '���������������������������.'��������������� w ������������������'���������'"ji- /*--"#Tst*-*  ':>.  ^'rhall pric^briiig big 7������������?ir''e*^  .���������we w-itit the���������bu'"ine>8.'-   Napier  & Partridgp ; -,     "*  \    ���������������     ,  />  The Big SI ore for st|kw Hats fr;op  ���������!-���������'.-���������. *        .      ���������***"���������  tOcup.'      ' .      ' >  See our line of English Mnn-o-War  unbreakablo Straw Hats, hound  edges, nothing better for ohildren  New Potatoes, At the Big P'ore,  ACCIDENT AT COURTENAY.  . J V-,  ��������� *  'A.  *���������"*���������.'���������   ������������������  - ������������"-*'���������'  uments  FEOM  SHEFFIELD  , T)iursday night as J, N. MeLeud  and George McMillan were return'  ing.from a concert at Oouaox, tbe  horso they were driving became  tangled up with one of a herd of  cows, lying In their favorite   plucr  waKuv^nnnaMirwiJRaaiRitaani  li) the middle ol the   road.  WI  ic*i  *.  '��������������������������������������������� inieiw.iiiig to interested HousekeeperB.  About Gatlery  White Bone Handled Table Knivo*",  John Derby & Sons,  make,������095-Prlce $250dof      ��������� ���������    ,  Iron Hat died V^ixim and Korku.���������$1.5o doi.  Steel Knives and Forks, Bone Rand les.-- $ I .'75'doi.  Tipped WMtf Bone Handled Knives and Forks.���������Price per  doa;en pajrs, 8| oo _ _  HotoforBoaidliJ-j Hon������*������, plaiied ^audloSi-88 oo per doz.  Spooial prioM r������n quantity      ,,  Cji'VingltnivPi" and FnH*:*,  Ruok Handles,  Rogers make,  2 1^h, Price, $1.75 and $2.oo jwr iair  Hi* Lordihlp Biihap Perrin pr*������  riyod in Couo3( ou ThurHdsy and  (.onilnotedj t^o' serv'oea on $updajr  in the diitrlct, one being the cun no-  crallon of the K������������hih Churftb, tha  cithpr a confirmation fervid** At tiand  wick In the evening His Lor4������  ihippttnftrwfd W 0mm$W\������  at Trinity Church, Cumberland.  Ho bus been tho gticri of Ucv. Mr.  and Mra Willemat during his stay,  Dr and Mrs Gillespie went to  Victoria on Friday luorningjhe Dr,  to attend t %mi*y Scb������o| Jonfw^  t ������ *       *  the. cow suddenly roso, the lior.-o uh  suddenly rfwerved, cups'iaitig thu  buggy and throwing its occupants  to I he ground, McLeod kept hold  of the reins but the plunges of the  horse drove one wheel into the prow-  trate man'*-' ������ide, breakinjj a couple  of ribs and bruising him up con:  siderably, McMillan emiped with-  out seriotia injury. After gelling  Bt*Fii''hteni*d out the couple camo  on home nnd McLeod went under  tho doctor'* earo. He is progre������s.  ing finely and in thankful thai Ida  ii')u������ies are not worse,  A ������������������ ���������      ���������������������������! , oT"i>ii>rrT������  Fatal Accident      a  T Neibin, caser 'it upper t*ennv���������  No 6 mine, fell to tbe lower landing  with a box of coal yesterday morn*,  ing, shortly after the shift font ont  From what oan he learned, it seem*  that he bad removed an empty, and  when he returned with the full box,  the cage hnd be n rdmovfd, and box  and "man d-o-pHl futo the shaft  Tbe funeral take* place to day,  And the inqqeat to morrow,  7J,  Oases added to our  iStock during the  past week. We are  now showj||g the  l<ingest range of  Footwear  in    Cumberland  emmH*t**w*mm ammtiw awam t  DAINTV SHAPES for, Women in  Strap Slippers, Oxford and High laced Walking Shoes.  5PLBNDID VALUES in School Shoes  for I^OYS and GI RLS from $i perpr  Call and see onr Famous Cushion  Sole %Shoc (a ma'ttrass vor the foot)  for mcjn, unequalled tor Style, Comfort nnd vveannp- nualities.  o       *���������  (SslKSlAiiiii)  Cumberland's Greatest Shoe Mm,  i N-w*>fc*  "-WS  ���������"'';.!������  --r- #���������-  BE IS EMPHATIC  IN WHAT BE SAYS  DODD'S    KIDNEY    PILLS    CURED  ROBT. BOND OF  BRIGHT'S  DISEASE.  TREE    PLANTING   AND   GARDEN-  ING  IN  SOUTHERN  ALBERTA.  His Doctor who said there was no Hope  for Him, now Pronounces Him Well  ���������He Tells his own story.  Mt. Brydges, Ont., Mar. 6.���������(Special).���������Among the many people In this  neighborhood who tell of the great  work Dodd's Kidney Pills are doing,  none is more emphatic than that old  and respected citizen, Mr. Robt. Bond.  "I believe I owe my life to Dodd's  Kidney Pills," Mr. Bond says. "My  attending physician said I was in the  last stages of Bright's Disease and  that there was no hope for me. Then  I commenced to take Dodd's Kidney  Pills and used in all twenty boxes.,  For the success of the Institute  meetings held under its auspices the  Lethbridge Agricultural Society is  gaining an enviable reputation. The  iirst of this winter's series was held  on January 19th, and it rivalled the  past both in interest and attendance.  Dr. De Veber, M.L.A,, president of the  society, occupied the chair, and the  speaker of the evenlug was Arch. Mitchell, Dominion Forestry Inspector  for Alberta.  Mr. Mitchell started off by saying  that although the succes of agriculture in Alberta was now an established fact, agriculture itself was yet  in. the experimental stage. No one  could say what our staple crop would  be in five years, let.alone in twenty.  But there was one crop the popularity of which was bound to increase.  It was that of trees and forest-plantation. There was no danger that well  cared for plantaitons would ever become unprofitable. Once a farmer got  a good plantation successfully start  berry was a most useful berry, hardier  even than the raspberry. Mr. Robson  stated that he had found the dewberry canes to need covering in order to  fruit well.  HEALTHY  LUNGS  Now I eat well, sleep well, and my  ���������doctor says I am well.   Dodd's Kid- ed,"his only regret would be that he  had not started it sooner.   Last sum  ney Pills and nothnig else cured me.  l>o you wonder I am always ready to  ea y a good word for Dodd's Kidney'  Pills?"  What will cure Bright's Disease will  easily cure any other form of Kidney  disease. Dodd's Kidney Pills will always cure Bright's Disease. They are  the only remedy that will cure Bright's  Disease.   Be sure you get Dodd's.  COPPER AND PURE WATER.  Dr. Moore's Substitute  for   Filtration De������  Bounced by MedlcAl Journal���������Say.  Scheme Is Monstrous.  The Medical Bulletin has an editorial attacking the plan .of Dr.  Moore of the United States Government's Department of Agriculture to  purify drinking water by the use of  copper. Dr. Moore's arguments are  ba$ed solely upon experiments in the  Jtaboratory, and these, The Bulletin  say's, differ so widely from the conditions under which drinking water  must be purified that no satisfactory  conclusion can be drawn.  The editorial also declares that  "'the scheme is monstrous and should  be condemned. It is one out of the  many examples of a blind acceptance  of laboratory  results.  mer, after 'viewing a splendid plantation, he had turned to the owner with:  "Well, they are a fine lot of trees!"  "Yes," replied the farmer, "but what  a fool I was not to have planted them  nineteen years ago. Most of us had  come from the east or south, and  very pleasant were the memories "of.,  the tree-clad homes of our childhood.  It would be a thousand pities if our  children grew up without any such  recollections.  Practical forestry in the West takes  in forest plantations and home plantations. On every quarter-section there  should be two shelter belts, the one  along'the west, the other parllel with  it running through the centre. These  belts should be G6 feet wide. Experience had shown at Indian Head  that for every foot in height-the plantations gave fifty feet of protection.  Before planting the trees, the land  should be summerfallowed during the  preceding winter,, left rough for winter and cultivated thoroughly till trees  were ready to plant. Here the trees  need to be planted, with care. Dig  the hole about a foot deep and three  feet in diameter, throw some rich top  soil into the bottom of the hole, set  the trees on this, then trampe earth  firmly around the roots and leave a  covering of loose soil on top.     ������������������  In  planning for home  plantations  too near tho the. road nor.to tlie lme  fence I^eave room for a strip of trees  on the north and-west" ������0 yards wide,  and leave a space of similar width  between the trees and the buildings.  Then you will not be .'.'troubled with  drifts close to the house.: On the south  and east, strips may be narrow, but  To show   that the use   of copper      ^  r ��������� - . .  would be injurious to the users of  the water, The Medical Bulletin say a  in part:  We can make in test -tubes experiments which the human stomach will  not 'tolerate. ' Fpr this reason the  results "'of thc laboratory cannot always bo applied directly to the treatment of sick people.  There is no reason to believe that  the addition of small amounts of  copper sulphate to ���������water ���������stored, ih  .reservoirs will have an action upon  (.typhoid bacilli. If the quantity of  ���������������������������metallic salt is sufficient to destroy  1 microbes it, will be enough to cause  -disease in persons who drink such  ���������*''coppered" water.  .���������Comparatively,- small quantities of  ���������copper'habitually introduced for a  "one* period: Into the Human/ system  give rise'to chronic poispnin'gi ,/'The;  ,'g'uins are' retracted ond havo a persistent green or purplo liao upon  ���������their led'jes'. Tho individual, is .c'macli  ���������ttted ojfrtfJi'as.'a cachetic uppoa-rhnco,  loses 'sti*'*fiit-'th.,',a]id tins colic, diarrhoea or dysentery. Salivation haa  also boon observed. There may be  ooro throat or a -cough without physical signs, Such symptoms,,, have  from tlmo to time been discovered  among workers In copper and thoso  who havo oaten food contaminated  With that metal,  ,'.' When a physician In the course of  His practice sous lit to prescribe copper sulphate Tie orders a definite  done, which ho administers for a temporary period   and watches   tho of  Depend upon Rich, Red Blood���������Poor  Blood Means Weak Lungs and Fatal  Consumption.  Every drop of blood in the body must  go through the lungs. That is why  the lungs are helped and healed, and  strengthened with the great blood-  builaer, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They  fill the veins with pure, rich red blood  that gives health and /l������,or to weak  lungs. That Is the way Dr. Williams'  Pink "Pills brace the lungs to throw off  bronchitis and heavy colds. That is  the way Dr. Williams' Pink Pills build  up the lungs after an attack of la  grippe or pneumonia ^That is the  way Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have  saved hundreds in Canada from consumptives' graves. No other medicine  does this work so speedily and so well,  Mrs. Jane A. Kennedy, Douglastown,  Que., says:���������"My sister, a young and  delicate girl, took a severe cold when  about seventeen years old. Nothing  we did for her seemed to do any good,  and we feared she was going into consumption. Often after a bad night 1  would get up early to see if she had  spit blood during the night. A friend  strongly urged me to give her Dr,  Williams' Pink Pills, and within a  month from the time she had begun  their use, she had almost recovered  her health. Under the continued use of  the Pills she is now well and strong.'  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills not only  make weak lungs strong, but they cure  all troubles arising from a poor or deficient blood supply, such as anaemia,  indigestion, rheumatism, neuralgia,  general weakness, St. Vitus' dance,  headaches and backaches, kidney  troubles, palpitation of the heart, and  the special secret ailments of young  girls and women. Insist upon the genuine with full name "Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale People" on the  wrapper around each box. Sold by  medicine dealers everywhere, or by  mail at 50 cents a box, or six boxes  for "52.50, by writing The Dr. Williams  Medicihe Co., Brockville, Ont.  CEYLON TEA is a saving of fame,, labor and  money.   Every infusion delicious and wholesome in use-* because it is absolutely " Pure."  Black, Mixed or Natural Green.  Sold Only in Sealed Lead Packets.    By all Grocers.  RECEIVED   HIGHEST   AWARD   AND  GOLD    MEDAL   AT   ST.   LOUIS.  FANNY CROSBY.  xne Most Powerful P������Uom.  A new poison, many    times    mora  powerful than prussic acid, has been  discovered by~an English chemist;  who has named it cyanide of caco-  dyl. It is a white powder, melting at  33 degrees and boiling at 140 degrees,, and when exposed to the air  gives forth a slight vapor, the inhalation of which is instant death. A  combination    of   potassium    acetato  feels.' cv.lto different is'tho proposal |tho trees would novor Brow.  to cast a quantity of tho si.no salt      There should not to^J^^  Into a city's drinking wator to   ixiinoros of 'trees  on. a qua'    ,flly I Tho n  without any   oxoct knowledge   con*!0-" ^ l-or  all should be w,ell cultivated^ Indeed, .with-white- arsenic, producing, a fum  blue joint'spread, so rapidly, that it | ing liquid called cacodyl, was   mado  was-usually, best to plow'up and thqr-  bughlv kill all of it in, the ho*use area.  Tho'Alberta garden should; be a  garden Of narrow strips, with alternating rows? of trees. Theso would protect the plants from tlie. early morning sun, and in .oaso of late spring or  or^early autumn frosts they-"would, by  shading such tender vegetables as tomatoes or corn, save them -.from Injun  that would otherwise be experienced.  The varieties of trees to plant le-  pended upon the purpose, the cult ���������  vationand the amount of water available. Tho native cottonwood, maple,  elm, and Douglas fir were Pjobttbly  the host. Spruce is also good. The  evergreens fill up the landscape and  may be planted alternately with elm  ������rAUaevergreens must bo carefully  trahsi#nted, and great care must be  tal������n���������ot to expose tho roots to the  sun, During tho summer be had, In  driving, caught up to a northern Alberta farmorTwho, when drawing urn-  hor had got six spruce trees to plant.  Ho"had them tlo.1' together,and^with  roots uncovered and upturned was tnk-  ng thorn home, tied to tho binding  ole   Such'work was useless labor;  a number of years ago by a French  experimenter, and this the English  chemist hus further combined ' with  cyanogen, a; radical of prussic acid,  producing1 the deadly substance named," the most potent so far    in    the  records of chemistry.  " 1" 1  ���������  Magiifetlo "Watt-r,  A reputablo scientific publication is  sponsor for tho statement that thero  exists in at least three places in tho  State of Indiana springs or wolls  whose water possesses marked mag-  hetism and is ablo to impart it to  steel objects dipped therein. This  property has* been reported of other  springs in various parts of tho  world, but such tales havo boon received by scientific men with caution.  In this "case, tb,o, magi-ptism seems to  arise from Hho fa'ctJ that considerable  quantities of carbonate of iron are,  dissolved in the water.  There still lives in Bridgeport, Connecticut, at a ripe age, 0. lady who has  brought joy into hundreds of homes  throughout the English-speaking world.  All classes of people sing Miss Crosby's secular and sacred songs. The  children in tho public schools use  "There's Music in the Air"; their parents know and love "Hazel Dell,"  "Rosalie* the Prairie Flower," and  others, which were immensely popular twenty-five years ago. - But Fanny  Crosby is best known by her hymns,  such as '|Rescue the Perishing," "lam  Thine, o Lord," "Nearer the Cross,"  "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior,"  "Blessed Assurance" and "Some Day  the Silver Cord will Break." The first  of her hymns was written in 1864, and  since that date she has composed over  eight thousand, under various noms-  de-plume.  The gifted singer has been blind  since she was six years old, but  through marvellous difficulties has  .overcome great obstacles. For twenty-  three years she was a pupil and teacher in the New York Institution for the  Blind. There she met and knew Henry  Clay, General Scott, James K. Polk,?  Governor Seward, and ex-President  Cleveland, who has been her Vjirm  friend for fifty years. Miss Crosby,  has known many of the greatest musical and literary men and women .^including all the famous0 composers of  sacred music. Recently she has written up the entire story of her life into  an��������� autobiography, which promised to  be widely read when it is published.  Miss Crosby has a wonderful mem-  ,oiw^^She-.composeg_an^entliie-Jiy_m_n  before having any of it written down  on paper. Once she wrote forty songs  before having any of them recorded;  and at the end she could recall every  one of them.'  On March 26 the churches of America propose to build Miss Crosby a  monument of gratitude, which will be  more enduring than any marble shaft.  They propose to hoqor hor life-work  while she still lives ;t and is able to  appreciate the kind (-bought of those  who sing and love her songs. Hundreds of churches are preparing special programs of song to use for that  purpose; and a unique feature of the  plan is a large gift of honor as a testimonial to Miss Crosby's public service.  They thus hope to recognize in a fitting manner her eighty-fifth birthday.  Lady Denoughmore, formerly Miss  Grace, of New York, Is known as j'tlie  children's angel" in Ireland. She is  giving much of hor time and money to  teach the impoverished children in the  West of Ireland the beauties qf nature.  '���������      : iK,  MESSRS. C. C. RICHARDS & CO.,  Gentlemen,���������My daughter, 13 years  old, was thrown from a sleigh and  injured her elbow so badly it remained stiff and very painful for three  years. Four bottles of MINARD'S  LINIMENT completely cured her and  sue has not been troubled for two  years.  'Yours truly,  J. B.  LIVESQUE.    {  St. Joseph P. 0., 18th Aug., ^00.  If. the. assassination of Grand'Duke  Sergius proves to be the occasion of  reform in Russia and peace with Japan  it may do something to redeem hia  memory from execration at home and  obloquy abroad. ,  Itching,   Burning,   Creeping,  Pawling Skin dlsoaso relieved   in a fow  inutes'by Af-new's Ointmeut,    Dr. Agnew's  .Crawling Skin disease relieved   in a fow  ���������**imitos bv Af-new'8 Ointmeut,    Dr. Aj-new's  nfcu'ent relieves instantly and euros Totter,  _,nlt-Rheum. Scald Head, Eczemn,Ulcers, Blotches, nnd nil Eruptions of Ihe skin. It is  soothing and quieting iind acts liko magic in  all Ba'iy Humors. Irritation of 'he scalp  or Rashes during teething time.   S3 cents a  K������t ��������� T,-.  The Japanese Emperor smiled upon  the court "And what," he asked,  "what news of the war?" "There are,  your Majesty," answered the Prime  Jillnister. _"rjeporls_of_a__battle off the  coast." "I am convinced,", observed"  tne Emperor, with a twinkle, "I am  convinced that if thero has been any  trouble on the ocean tho Russians are  at the bottom of it."  into a wiys   irinuiiig w������i     vo   o* ��������������� ������������������   -     foumU.hat tho proBonco  con.su..wid regularly and continuously The'-0"Ja;'; t  of umbered land ex-  without any   oxoct knowledge   con- o������ ������' >-or V'0"'ncUiI effect upon  ng-  corning the quantity por gallon and erclscrl  a bononcuu euuw.    1  for every gallon.  ii  un to ���������*���������**��������� none.  'Top."  -'Yea, my Ron."  "Who waa Centaur?"  "Centaur, my son, was a man wbo  novor got stuck on a horse trado; be  was ou to the horso,"  Much fruit was bound to bo Brown  In Shorn Alberta. Bottor have a  nVSorvSant all tho apple seeds you  Sr& graft ^'vivblovareles upon  tho seedlings. Train the1 troej to a  dwarf habit. Tho largo trees from the  nurseries are llttlo good, n  Many of tho gooaoborry plants Bel  out woro only old ���������took, w-pMJ*S?  nnd ronlnnted In rich garden soil  These had nit tho vitality of young  ~  -��������� ishootA    -������ctt,pr   propngato yrfr own  "Sho Ic beautiful," said the atudloui Si-i-tinga. At Ponoka a man had boon  A Frank Trlbnt*.  girl, "but sho Is not accomplished."  "My doar," answered Miss Cayenne,  "there ls no nccompIlHhinont more difficult than bolng beautiful."  MOTHER'S ADVICE.  "I would advlso mothers to stop  dosing thoir llttlo ones with nauseous  castor oil and soothing stuffs, and uso  only "Baby's Own Taolols," This ls  the advice of Mrs. .loBoph R. Harloy,  of Worthlngton, On!.,, who has  proved tho Tablots tho bostt medicine  in tho world for iho troubles that afflict young clilldroii.' Mrs,.--:.Harloy  adds;-���������"My llttlo ono has had no othor  modiclno but the Tablets slnco sho  was two ���������months old, and thoy have  kopt lifrr the plcturo of good health."  ��������� ueco Tablets aro good for children of  every ago, and speedily cure all stomach and bowel troublos, break up colds,  prevent croup, expel worms and allay  tho irritation of teething. And you  have a solemn guarantee that there ls  not a particle of opiato or harmful drug  in this medicine, Sold by all dealers  or ser.l by mall at 25 cents a box by  writing Tho Dr, Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Levels Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant  Soap Powder is bettei than other powders,  as it 1b both soap ond disinfectant,     $.',  ���������Dickie's Antl Consumptive Syrup is  agreeable to the taste, and is a certain  relief for irritation of the throat that  causes hacking coughs. If usod according to directions it will break tho  most persistentVcold, and restore the'  air passages to thoir normal healthy  condition, There is no need to recommend it,, to those familiar with It, but  to those who seek a suro remedy and  are in doubt what to use, the advlco  Is���������try biciue's Syrup.  A new civilization is holding up new  and better prizes, but ho who would  win must havo a hotter equipment and  a liner training than tho past required.  If the prizes aro greater than ever boforo, the preparation also must be  greater. He only who is prepared for  his chance can hope to succeed.  1 Holloway's Corn Curo is a specific  for tho removal of corns and warts.  Wo havo nevor heard of its falling to  remove even the worst kind.  You think that an opportunity must  neccesarlly be something groat and  unusual; but the fact Is, the stopping-  stone to tho placo abovo you Is In tho  very thing you are doing, in the way  you do it; it does, not matter what it  is.���������"Success Magazine,"  ���������1���������' 1 1, ���������  Eat whnt you llkfe-eive the ai  stive orgum*   name workVo.do,     Them  functions nood oiorhiso ns mnon.M nny part  of the human anatomy, but If they.'ro dellonto,  glvo thorn the aid thnt Dr. Vou Ir'tmnVyPfiio.  npplo Tnblots nttord nnd <yo������i can onf nny-  thing that la wholosdmo nnd palatamo-CO In a  bux 35 coats.���������8  How rare Is tho painter who can, touch  his tints with the breath of llfo;  How ccfumoft tho boor who can break  the spell with tho slash of a vandal  lralft.     ",,      *   ,  \ a  The highest perfection ia scientific soap  making is reached in  4  /  most successful with Btrnwherrlo*  Tho wholo of his noxt season's crop  was nlrondy contracted for,  Mr. Palrlteld  Bald thoy were  we! 13 KILLED AT FUNERAL.  r->-,*A-i with tbp.1t* HucceBB In small A Nflw ynrk d|Rnatoh says:���������Thlr  frultn. They had during the past your j tQOn por80n8 were Killed and upwards  Brown Wi imperial uuaii*- <���������* "���������SP., 01 60 otliars injured, home piobublf fa-  berries, 02 of strawberries, so 01 ta���������y by th0 coI|apB0 of Ul0 flooring of  gooseberries nnd 80 of currants, in * of thc p,cot Btreet Afr-Cnn M E> zlon  fruit growing throe essentials were c]mch ,n Br00Kiyn, of those killed,  necessary; (1) A. windbreak. -^������vy ton woro ���������womon.two mon and one %  tart nunc ...--1 he w.i; ��������������������� ^J.,��������� ut-*a,   TIiv LulMtag wns an ancient  ramshackle frame structure, erected CO  yoara' ago, In the hoart of tho colored  section of Brooklyn, In Fleet street,  Mickle avenue.  Sunlight  Each ingredient is tested, and each step in  the manufacture carefully watched. The  result is a soap possessing great cleansing  Rower, yet perfectly harmless to fabric or  ands.  Try Sunlight. ������-18  L*v*r Drothftrt Llmlttd.  Toronto!  raspberries dried up <n*J$���������}**?  without   maturing.    (2)    Cultivation.  This was just.as "necessary wJth irrigation as without, ft.  (3) W ntcr protection. Allow the wood to ripen, Wa-  lor must not bo.pnt on after the last  of July.   Then give a thnrntnrh water-  Ing tho Inst thing In the fall. Currants j  and   jsikisobcrrlcf*   rc-ydr* nn protoo-  tion.  naspborrlos should ho cut bnck 1  In August: then tho ������������no������ should he  hont. down and covered  with  earth  Just o������ tho winter cornea nn.  ������"nw'j  borrv plants should ho mulched with |  (.frnw. not with manure.    Ho found j  the Senator l)unlap������l������������-*l.   The dew* I  fi] ���������/^fSIBUBBv \ ���������kMLviSSSk.^  PAGE METAL GATES  I tee* wide, 4 tee* Uf h lottadlnf Ulaf ������������������ m������ UMk ������-���������.���������-..08.00  10 tee* wide, 4 taal high, ineludin������MufM end lawb.^. ���������~ wM  Other stMt lanepertlea.    ,  ���������Applied  hyuaew  womnemm*- wWSSS^^^S  THC PAQK WIRE FCNCC 00. LIMITED. ������Wilkerffllo,' MtRtrttt, Toronto,   Wlniilpog, St. Jth.  ��������� ��������� * .���*������-
Ih*   Is   About   tbe   Most   Versatile
���, Woman In Chicago.
Mrs. Minnie E. Wenderoth, whose
Chicago home, Is In Itavenswood, ls
probably the most versatile of womankind. She designs and models the most
exquisite dreams of headwear andj
dainty shirt waists which are used as
patterns for fashionable millinery and,
���tylisb suits, rivaling the best importations.
Besides this, if you please, the same
woman, although  scarcely five feet
with a small or flat nose should not
wear a hat that projects sufficiently to
make the nose appear even-more insignificant, nor a large hat that dwarfs
A hat under medium in size and
with small flowers or short tips or
bows of moderate size should be worn.
With a small face and features huge
picture hats should never be worn,
even If the figure be tall and slight
enough to carry them.
The Art of Powdering-.
Tbe application of a harmless face
powder ls a decided beautifler to moat
complexions, but while the majority
of girls use powder vory few understand tbe art of applying It properly.
In the first place, the tint of thc powder should bo suited to the coloring. A
very dark person using white or pink'
blgb and weighing hardly more than a !��� powder looks absurd. The tint called
hundred pounds, owns, manages and Rachel ls Intended for a brunette,
actually works a, fruit farm in Michi-J while a blond will find pink or white
fan. And In addition to modeling styles  the more becoming.
Never use powder because it is powder and you imagine it a necessary toilet adjunct
To make powder adhere to the Bkln
an application of skin food or cold
cream is necessary. All surfaces of
grease should then be wiped from the
face and the powder dusted off with a
Powder the forehead, chin and nose
before touching the cheeks, and then
so dust round tbe cheeks that a small
circle is left practically untouched by
the powder. This allows for a little
deeper color to be seen in this particular spot ond adds to the effect.
Skin Food.
A satisfactory skin food that will not
Induce hair to grow on ��� the face is
witph hazel cream made by heating
one ounce "each of white wax, spermaceti, lanolin and witch hazel together, then adding three ounces each
of almond oil and rose water with one
dram of tincture of benzoin. ,.
One or two pairs, of rubber-gloves
each month' are an expense, of course,
but two pairs a month will enable any
one to have smooth hands and yet cook
and wash dishes and scrub for a good
part of each' day.
'i i
running farms she ���utilizes
nomcmttde  Baby Walker.
A convenient and inexpensive "baby
walker" can be made at home from an
old chair. Take out the perforated
seat and cut off the back. Shorten the
legs if necessary so that the edge of
the frame will come just under the
baby's arms when standing. Put small
casters on the legs. Make a triangle
(about fourteen inches on the edges)
of ticking for the seat. Suspend this
seat from the frame by three strong
straps. Adjust the seat so that the
child can just touch its feet when sitting astride of one strap. In this c'on-
���feanaring Dew.
The measurement of dew has always
been difficult because of the fact tbat
no method heretofore has glyen exaetf
results, M. Ferb describes a new sort,
of drosometer, which has glyen: satisfactory results and which is .co*n*posed
of a piece of paper which has been ptitf
'through a Bpeclal preparation anft^llp*
ped in a chemical solution. This paper is exposed in a box placed 'ddritig
the night on the ground^lthe quantity
of dew being indicated-, by the discoloration of the pape,r, A scale of"
tints Is determined feXpei'imentali'y
which Is used for the, purpose of comparison.- . -.,.,
Rich Beggara.
In their efforts tp secure cordial relations with the people of Tibet the British forces in Lassa' distributed silver
coin's-to''the poor of that city. .It te.-*.;
striking testimony to the prosperity of
the country that a number of the recipients were covered witb jewels, whila
one drove up on a mule to get his shara
.of the shillings.' Th* Tibetans expressed their gratitude for the dole by
putting out the tongue and holding up
t*o* ft-ouzor*.
The prospects for a large mate of
cheese and butter Ihe balance of the
season in Canada are bright. Never
perhaps in the history of Canadian dairying have tbe pastures, taking the
country as a whole, been better at this
season. In Ontario especially there in
abundance of grass, and little if anj
supplementary feed Mil bo needed, foi
some time. In eastern Ontario and ex:-
tending through Quebec and into tihe
' jparltluio provinces the severe drought
of May and early ' JMfoe caused pastures
to dry up considerably, forming a scr^,
'ous menace* to the milk flow. But copious rains late in June and..in-July.baV(J
Improved matters wonderfully, and the
outlook is most hopeful for a 'large
make. ,., ...-.*.
In eastern Ontario and some parts of
Quebec, where the dttlr-j; is largely thc
mainstay of the fciiwjer, a djAiught Mds
to serious consequences. When a. farm?
'er cannot secure';his usual rettiwr froiu
, ttie' 9h^'and**fh%'&6gs kept*in cQnj^.c.
' tionrWSth/it-he is izi.a bad way. The rej
newal of the pasture, therefore, means
much in the district's referred to.
In central and western Cfotario,
though dairying forms an Importatd
part of the farmer's operations in many'
districts, hb-'-fe-ltows a more varied system of farmlhg.-an'd consequently is not
so seriously affected when the* grass
supply fails. '    " ' ����� . ���    :,
[time between Chicago and Michigan   trivance baby learns to use his feet
by acting as inspector on the boat, and
' an able inspector she is too.        \"
|   Then, further, she is a real estate
agent, sales agent for a Michigan fur-
pottery for an eastern manufacturer,
'for whom she is western representa-
���tive.   She handles her own business,
buys and sells real estate, loans money
and examines her own abstracts.
I   Mrs. Wenderoth is also a Sunday
school teacher, a fine amateur photographer, a pianist of somo account and
often &hi��S for charity entertainments.
She sketches well, and one of ber clever cartoons, "A Turkish Bath," occupies a prominent place in a Grand Rapids hotel.  When she is not busy she
j writes poetry.   Besides her farm in
Michigan nnd her Ravenswopd home
Ijtfrs. Wenderoth owns a pretty rose
vined cottage in Los Angeles, Cal, and
B 800 aero farm near Portland, Ore,-"
Chicago Tribune.
Cold Rains and Ra**v "Winds Decrease
the Flow, ot Milk,
Professor T. L. Hdccker,' writing on
the fall care of c6wsY��strongly emphasizes the necessity of giving them careful attention at this season,   He, says:
One night or even a few. haul's of
cold rain cause an enormous shrinkage of milk.'   Food, comfort and "contentment are the 'prime' factors' ln^suc*
cessful dairying, and 4t is.not too "much
to say that comfort is the j*rj,i**est factor.   To feed well, but disregard the
bodily comfort of a cow, is to'ecfurt and".
Insure disappointment.    A covrtuvfllV
fail .to elaborate a full mess of milk if
she is wet or shivering from cold, no*
matter how generously she* is-fed.
Autumn Is a more critical period for
a cow fresh In milk than winter. Cold?
rains and raw. winds are fruitful causes
for decreasing milk. The flrst.makos
inactive the muscular system, while
tho latter so disturbs the nervous system that it fails to perform* its work.
Cows should therefore not be exposed;
to fall rains, left out during cold nights
or. confined in muddy or wet yards at
any time.
i 'l'he proof of this theory'was clearly
demonstrated by the Minnesota ,sta-
ti'orf'he'rd two years ago; -Some changes
were' being made in thei cow, >., barn
���which made ,it inconvenient to stable
the cow��*'for a few days, and just tlidn
a cold, rainy spell set in, to which
the cows were exposed.'"There"was
not only a yery marked shrinkage in
milk qnd butter fat at once; but they
failed to recover du,ring the winter,
though,the feed was liberal and care
(the besi rilat could be given.' Tlie cows
'gaj-e*,'*i't5>"l!l . pounds of' milk " and ".8
.jid-iind"-^'butter fat a day during the
���^Att*V   It  was-  known   when   the
Simple "Point* In Cookery.
A fow points for tho American cook
to remember if sho ia to emulate tho
gentle art of tho Fronch chef may not
bo found amiss.
Novor mako pio crust In a warm
room and never mix It with a spoon,
but with nn ice cold knife. Uso only
ice water In moistening tho pastry and
sbortouing. Tho shortening should bo
cold and firm, Butter makes tho host
pastry, It is false oconomy to substitute anything clso for it.
I Bako pie crust In a very hot ovon,
not so hot tbat it will burn boforo tho
lower crust is dono and yot hot enough
to prevent tho shortening from molting
boforo It browns, If an ovon Js moro
or less slow tho lard or butter will
oozo out and make the dough a heavy
mass. AH pio crust should be thoroughly chilled Just boforo it Is put in
the ovon,
Novor boat and stir whites of egg,
but "whip" thorn in light, firm strokes.
If tho roclpo calls for woll whlppod
whites novor uso eggs that refuso to bo
whlppod to a froth stiff enough to bo
cut with n knlfo. Too long a whipping
of egg whites, however, will somotlmOs
mako them tough.
In boiling or stoaming puddings never allow tho wator to stop bubbling for
more than a momont. Havo ready boiling wator to pour Immediately. Into the
bottle whon tho wator begins to boll
down. /
loleetlna* a Haf, ,
' r,*. the wnmnn wlin brta pron-iIn-Mit'
fonture* think twice hoforo sho buy*
a hat that sets back ot off tbo faco.
Such. a woman should woar a bat
brought woll forward, her hair should
bo as fluffy as possible, and a becoming
roll will do wondero Sh-irp outlines
lu bats should also be avoided by bor.
Lace edges and Indented brims are
If tbe features are Irrogular, a bat
with a brlra crushod horo and thoro ls
usually a snitablo sotting. Tbo wo-
man with a prominent none has ipucb
to contend with. Her hats should
ovoid soverenoss In outline nnd should
bo fot woll forward, so that tho prominent feature will appear a llttlo less lo
���Ire.   On tbo other band, tbo woman
without resting his full weight too
soon and soon learns to propel his
walker at his own sweet will, thus
amusing himself many an hour when'
"danced" on his feet. It saves mother's
back as well, for it can be pushed from
one room to another without taking
baby out.
Household Disinfectant*.      <
A duty of the housewife is to Bee that
��very inch of her home is freed as far,1
as possible of any accumulation of se-'
baceous matter that will serve to breed
millions of germs of all sorts. The cellar, the kitchen nnd the bathropm
should be subjected to tho searchlight
of Investigation; then to the cleansing
of a liquid disinfectant. Soap is not
always best; it is usually not properly
rinsed off, where disease germs may
thrive and multiply. Any respectable
druggist can prepare a strong liquid
disinfectant that may be used and will
also give explicit directions as to quantity. It costs but Jlttle, oan be ke.pt
on hand and applied dally. Tho bathtub should bo washed all over; the
bowl, etc. Carpets, rugs, etc., are mado
brighter by wiping with a weak germicidal solution once a week, * '"'
The Nattiest of These' Are Made In
���    ., .       Four Pieces. ' ���'��� '
The new shirt waist suits wHI'be mado-
in one toned material or of some of-the
many   varieties of  cheviot  mixtures
which come In grays, with threads of:
blue,,, red. and orange running- tEreugh..
the weave. ' ���" -i
Brown colorjngs with nub effects in
a contrasting! color make -delightful
suits of the'shlfrt waist'style. ���
pieces, the/skirt,,, blouse, jacket, girdle-
and chemisette.'.}- '    '      ������    .
The blo.usej which'opens .in-front,
may display a.wash s"hirt-waist* or the
little chemisette- withVits'choker- and
small cape'attachment.'''"' :'- '>���* '���'
'Watteau'has set his stamp*-on-tlie
���ribbons' of today,  and many narrow
Kansas Farmers Co-operatlngr.
About a year ago between *eig"hty and,,
ninety farmers in the vfeirfQ-ilrftinland*....     . ,       ^        , .    .     ,   . .,
Kan., organized a cooperative.cop?���,   ^kage to��k Place and why but the
tfy; and erected  a skimming sfstfW'  atte1^ t0 vecovev rt fai5cd-   lhe nex*
���*--������ -      year-s.--,ch .an experience was guarded
against,  aiid the same herd ��� gave a
daily average of 28.4 pounds of milk
and 1.2 pounds of fat.
The Hips,
If one hip is larger than the bther gb<
to work to learn tho cause, Dp you
stand with thoin uneven? It is said
tbat you can ovon tho hips by persistently standing with, ,tho. low one
thrown up, thus reversing tho:error.
Do you carry,articlesi or bold up your
skirt always oh one sido? Obango the
habit. A famous, physician ordered a
pair of shoes mado-for a patient, Ono.
shoe- having a cprlc solo which raised
tbo low hip, and tlio result w- as that,
tbo hips bocar-io "Ovjtin; so'that tbo patient roturned to c6mmon shoos.; You
oan oaslly try tbl/ty ���   '  , ���''/.!',''
���a* machi-aery and everything- iuciiffr
*#*lif.in.s'jhe plant cost them an even
*$&&($. ��&&ey M|-?i*tade'''no effort-fto
m^e-bi^ter, an?rit isfnot a creairaery.
i. "^,tag��-mb1&Mf not'^U tlBfi.'tlme so-fax
theijr..butter' fat has* been ,sold to a
creamery in.Hftven. .During tlie past
^ year the concern has paid a trifle more
thar| the usual price for cream, but the'
policy, has been decided upon of paying
; the, same as other buyers' for the next
yeq.r,' and.then if any surplus,'remains
"after, paying'the-10 per cent dividend it
-Will be distributed among the patrons
,,is substantially the Rochdale system.
A iO^r'cent.'dividend wlll.be declared
in,a'few v^'e^ts .op ]the fl**/*t year's bush
ness, and th-e" company 'i$ fibUrishing.
It has aboyt .eighty members.
���Kot a ir*y-rai ot Gopd, Hotter,     ���'
; 'The'dairy^'usiness. is saftf'Wbltf'-Hieap1
imitation .butter, but'ViffTOt'&W' frbm
a <uj9-$lt-*ot-;--'ra
fluncblq-redf-bias come to stay, and.' it
will cut'quite a figure.  Every pound'of
po6r"*o*utte*6 gives olgomrirgarine anotli*
er. friend. -Oleornai^rlijp is prefernblii
to poor^buttaPtfnd is bpynd todis-ploW
all poor butter on the -market. *���- It .jtylJ'
never affect the better gfodes of butte.i-J
because they, are better-than oloomri**-
garlne, and people will buy them,;in
preference,." ;But .poor butter-will* sell,
less and loss" till in time itivtvlH Jro'driv*.
en entirely 'from, the market. ���-,People.
Who, will'make poor butter should' bi
<*ompeii(*-if,'lo. oat it themsolvos,' and
mtyitiV-oJeomnrgarlno selling for what it
Is'artd at its normal price but little poof
buttbr,'c|lin/find a place oh the market f
. Oi*-ei ,ot the ImpnMlbilltie*.
Produplft"-!.'cream with tho same pot
cent of faf'from day to day is"''oho 6J!
the. things that verge on -thftl imp'osslf
ble, i according to "Hoard's,; Dajrymaij,
There, are too,many, ttynfs.tnat causp
variations, The speed of' the separator
bo*>vV nf��pctB tlio"' tiream'-bj> mo,klng It
rlcbeji as, tho spood Incrpasqs., Equally
a slower motion makes a tnlh creato
thinner. So whorij a hand separator Is
-tised,tbere Is no guarantee tl^t.ap ,evcn
.Strainins the Milk.     -
Milk should always be'strained and1
cooled ;iby dipping,  stirring and surrounding by cold .water immediately ..*
after milking, says an Ontario' dairy-              ������ *
man in American Cultivator. - It shduld*
always be aired where tbe'alr is pure, '��� V.,'-./,-,}���''��
at le&st fifty feet (or more if possible>-V ^,,J.?*'^"' ���"
from-..any. swill; barrel, hogpen," hog;;,''*1' ���
yard or'du^ty road.    Two  or three
' thicknesses of cheesecloth make a good
strainer.' 'Cloth strainers  should,. aV,
Ways be thoroughly washedrtlien boll-' >;v
ed and hung.ia a pure atmosphere to*   ,.' '���
te*M*-;'.   a     ��� '   '       "   ''   '     *-��������
I|pn>e; GroTt-n nation."        '.< ;'$f
In, a ,te.sf made .at.theVNew Jertjlj.^
station^n home grown ration ma.de, up*/1 '".
of tljirljyrslf'pounds of cowped silage'.
a*]d ten poYmds of crimson clover'hay^ '���' !'
with .six- pounds ot com and cob meal,'.   '������;
cosfihg'16.57 cents'per cow^'per day,'<*',;���
prbduced as much milk.and butter as  '���' -|(
a ration in wWli two-thirds of the     a
,,prpj*p^n'>vas supplied by dried brewers'
' i��rnlT>a'*n"-*Ti   chttonanwi   m'oal'. Costilla
grains' * aim cbttonseed
'17.15 cents. ���*�����"' ���
meal- costing
I if
91V ^��ttlea-
Whon yoil Msh io'uio ^lasi bottloi
which havo ooiita'lnod.oil for, somo
othor purpose nnd And .It difficult; to*
romovo traces of tho oil try tlio following; Fill tho'.bottlo with ijsbps iand
placo it in poid wator, which should bf j
heated grad'u^iy till it bolls. Le*i it
boll for an hour, and lot tlio bottle! remain, in 'the -wator imtll^coldi . Tj-on
wnsh It witb sdapsudB**M*pg'in clear
water. ������'   Wt  ':     '   '<
vr-'     '.     ��������� i'r?'if '������.
��� ���    !l', QalebToni*:. a,'-(;;,, ���"_, ,w
���4-ii *!�������* *!>*''�� i**, yivyti**i.UifiMili�� iti
ij.se'end pieces of'brc.'id ionvt-s; Over,
tliom pour quickly boiling water, allow:-.
Ingit to run off, or use puro milk ovor
tho plocei. Slash tho plocei, not sovor-
Ing tho crust, and put butter Jn between
tllO tUitt, UibO OU  tup,     'i'llCU bill, uii U
tho ovon in a deep pinto. By tho tlmo
colloo, chocolato. or tea is made the
"easy toast" is dono.
; ,   ���   *';   Mipvrilb^VAB.a'OWK.
'rlbbohs with protty flb^or dbslgds upon
thbjh butllno,bpdJe5s\;Ai,)d(,*m%' tihi*>
ducod ^otwp^lpso^lj^;^',^        .slio,md,f*o recognized.  " ,';-fV*iWA<',
Ings oh walstjf.'."Ijboy','g'l*/e ri'tnbstiltio^-, ��� mh^i
rtiiu- in),most���,cnsqs, tno* fiortor-tuo'iMFt-
tier, .tyoulslnos and abteo ^vott/rll-
ls^nrt.iliro"tUe boat.        '7''' ���  ���'' '"���' '*
He Scored Oft* Whliitlor.
S'**,o" of tha keepers at Windsor oo
���"'o'c^asion scored neatly oft tho
lato Jaii-os. McNoil Whisoler, who wao
making a . study of a picturcsquf
cluriip of onl'fl,,,
'Mr.  Whistlt'r'conld not enduro   to-
have anyohfi" watch him    whllo   ho
was palnttevriio"turned sharply to
'"thof  intini'dor,   with tho    fixed'.,and:
angry attSro peculiar to, him,. ���:, *
" "YbM'-'ftnfl.'.'.ilib   oxclaiinad.1"'"Ybt*'
loutish cloclhoppor,!' Don't ^o" ton*-*"
���)*otto,r tlttvi-t to stand ;ihorp''a'n9piyJl,ng.
p\o7' Wlpt. ���ppssililo int'ori'st cataj'ybu
''tako In whal? 1 dm dblhg?""    ���'. ��i.
"Bless mo," cried tho inan, "don't
got .o*-oito(lj!,���Rirl 1 meant no. harm;
but .1 novor in all my life', sir, saw
^   ��� ,��� ^ni. ���_ n'i,un,���,,,n�����nn'n,'A    anafClgt "painting two pioturoo  a*
motion Is kopt.up, and^hp imovon mo��; ^jj^,,     v ���
tion prodnert-fth *tivMfnnm. JfM.^-T^^etuvesr oxclalmod Whtstn-
-flow avAfihlin'for n fllioj'tUlm* iMtmfl-, ^f'.SW^^iidi'Ii'ir," ropUed tho koop**
.ply,ia lcHsfthod tUp'^-JUIt.w'^jj 1W*^t'iP:j(ijlotW; Viyul I'm 'l'lossod, sir, if X
oronln and tli-on!n- tlilcft'��mn l^maK doH-TliKp" tw ono you've got your
"MAHfWJr���''fthumb tHrnftgh
amount. The sopnrhtoMliSiot*   .,
.In, ���lts,, eroam Pi'qduct,,t rpidl^xmf*JP-fjTc:
(Thp'tmnrt gown illustrated emanates
from,; a ��� Pfn?lslan atojjjpi, and 1�� tai��h
lonod troth ,mniiv ���       *���.���������i.
nothing   unusual
arid depends for supcoss', ^*ftb^,'H���i^*���t>'4,������
foct -cut Mfr Is seam less, Aiivd for tfe
underarm ��� curyos,,' , Tlio, '.biick, whlfo
roncliofl a trlflp bolow .tli'o'walst, otrt-
i'ffjUlV      ^i
��� V.,11,
'1  I
ana ��-Oo��ptr W^Ufft.
Tho Irulliina Stnto I)fl^'as��(H;IatIoii
tlias',deof(led to ^oiJduct^a.scnperpif, (Jn i,
;d*W"����v0tlngs at poliit** In l"$o. 'st'ot i
���wOkH'e-tliore arc dairy Jntores'iaj'jpif
flclcntltnportnnce to warrant It;��
attontlou being glvan, to phtcos -Mp
 w,v.,, , ,     thoro havo novw>ir.bootv,nny, mcotlngro:
ro car\xW-,,PiorMn   tlio'dnlry ijssoclntlon. l?rotckat'li:
about,, tlio   frl'alt^i^h'Normnn, ^er/ltary df-tlitf^oW.nft
n      I,,      '      i i'r      i ' ll".  '"B*r,*i>��
lij-jiu  iu iiuinj   luu  uuu  lu felt-*' euiur
'ck-y-t- llxjie' fov rcKrll-j',''llit: (lain** and
Hpcahcyn and jSropoi'ly. adyertlslng, the
up a few lnciics at.Jb'ci sWo aoifms and'
flnl-fhed with largo ".gold buttons.'
Stj'tjfliod bands of tbo material trim tho
coirf. Thb very small turnover collar
and; rovers uro, of whlto corded swki
Tho bloifno Is of mauve chiffon afid is
Lookl-i* Glasses,
To clean looking glaRRPs you murft
flrst wash tbo glass all dver with luko-
wumi Houiwuda and a Kpoii'-.u, WUuu
dry rub it with a buckskiu and a littlo
prepared chalk, finely powdered.   A     .      ,   ^ ,,,
iplondld glon mny bo alio given to,�� ��>����!�� of mauve orchids.
glanei by rubbing aulckly wltli ntwi- Jl-DIC* L
wo4[n wltli a (tiruovor llnt��11-olfilr aikl
mriln-> ribbon th*. Tho lint nf vlnlft
felt Is trtuimod'ivlth a "-t-rlfs of stiffi-n-
ed rows of mauve ribbon, crowned by
) orchids.
���meetings. Y-
'" ' Then <|<i,et Cow Vied*
Ife oow.ls sick do not consult a coxf
doctdr, but ����t a conipt'ii'iit vettirimy
rlttfi.' Ond 'tlmo.a ���local cow doojor ath
Vised us to glvo jiliiubcr suits to a yalxi.
ablo Jersey which was iif-ajly duo.t*)
calve. Mo warned us tlujt.t^'iieglccj;
'this waa tp co,ut't the risk of losing the
cow. "Tluic wa:4 JJynm fihilth,*" hi
.laid. "Uo let bis cow run on till I'hnd
lu "wivi) her hi\\t>on dtt^tt of -mltd���uu-i
ihen she died." We didn't glvo thi
���nit*, and tho cow still Uves.--Dul***r
and Creamery.
.1      !���...��
thumb ^Vtftgh tho best of tho.twol"'
,AflcIJiS"poliito(l to tho great palotto,
wfionrcif with ovory conccivalilo tint,
that  Mri'-IVhiNtlfi' hold   in his  loft
i-hwr-d,���T*v ������
���    wn  ii i  ���
Wlmt tlie Nice lieiillcniiin Said,
,��� 'X coft.fOn /T"��l'fng lndy took hor
"Wu^-ytiaT-old daiiRhtor' to a photo*
fittiuhar. 'iho 11 ttlii one could not 1*0
ijimip still. Tho camera man was as
nwi'niilfd niiavo an ho could bo, called
'^loai-ch'ld all tho Bwent, ondoarlng
tuUi-cs ho could think of, whllo using
evtoiT'dovIco of gcntlo persuasion  to
'... 4.,   ,������      mil-      ���  * ������ '. ������   t      ,.    ,-i nt
��� ���'.ft'    -���><.,   nt..-      ������ .f>e��" ���    "��� -i      �����������������.
���Pltinll'- ho t'ivi>**.(l   in the  ���W>'**'mlHnn
mother and snid.        '���*/'  '* h-
��;���, ."Madam,   if you   villi leavp'yhut
daring with mo for a low iiiinutes X
<lifnk' I can   sucn-od In taking   her
lovely '(new lo t^rf'^'lrtn."
.'flip, mother withdrew-for a short
time.'   Boon the photographer sum- '
iribned    hor   bofik and | exhibited   r#
highly satisfactory ���negative.     When,
thoy reached homo tho mother naked:
'.'NttlHo, whnt did thnt idee gontlo-
mnn^aov   tn vnu wJv*n   1  left you
oloh-riiitth bim''"-
"Well, he' ***.*������ fi-l.������ -Jli'iT'd \'e)\\(t.
" '11 you don't, thit tliwdl, you ugly
thqulnt eyed tuonkiy, TH thnko tho
llfo out of you,'  Then 1 that voryv
thtlll mam/na
. �����*���.
��� * ���..
��� ���*.
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Ap-, ��������� 8****-*W *���������*���������***  tf^tt*?* ���������������* ���������������������* ���������������������*#, Marino  *������*-���������*( -w Mps-. -M****!, W*4 ������ot* *���������������  te^iM^tmt^ Mo Wtar ������* ������������/������**  *# eia^dfft-Mfv P^r ^roiiWad, Tol-  f)* Gerer-rApy atiiek mx ���������������***������, Uvka-  -too* dfmhtf* (Mf^teh-4 aJaaakawMal.  \mt D/sJpoll, to ������* ������wp*������M to by  mm m *n*t&a4 for (HrW B*������ ColUttU** oi  Jm,*Ui, *>��������� 8~t MM** *.������������  )JWw0tti>f-������ty or ikl, got J-*mT rf  PrO-fB $r**a\ ������>#���������* *!������������"������������������������ kol*, brj.1  P������ffa4a|������������ ****w*H <** ������������y W������,  Ajfr D������r^7*W7-*Boyi and Oirli  Pt-awfef (a P������nc*V |ak> (Jcayeo, S#pi������,  ft**'if*jm* iykr*-***y a������*ieei,  :    iwoyi*m)7t ot������f at*),  W������o4-������srrutf, xj\m ***d or^mex*** t  *$***, eeli^ai,  *#R������irMlf<4?'fr  (MmmI Boys ������y>������ QirK ������������������������ *><>* l**Jd**ad\  portrait*;   ^*nd*?������->������, Cawl*M*i������4 *������d  Cotntiiamauy, ".,-'     ..  ���������,-������'',. ���������������"������������������  V||j^#M(i *a4 Winds winding to off9'  -*4i$Wy Jsny ������).4 *p foanati a* woo a*  MoaMiifoni o������ it is the InUutloo to publish  *i.AVM������jto  \  strfotly obMfvedjr-*  ii* Mwfoi to I* hatdrwo-tk   ������������������  tXe&te+er* In boui*M������ will aot  ���������tto* grown i>* wWWtor'i  \ Jk*t'mla a%mxiefi anotheryataon't  work, 000^1$***+ fW^iK ?'���������*������������������������������������  *���������,<%��������� ������Wr iiwWV ������iM bi 4obtrr������4 f^u������  faf-itri-ii-Miirprii-*  8t Petersburg,-|th���������Rumors ha ve  bot������n current lor iov������ral days that  Charles Michwab and Chas Flint  oi Vtw York haw -tffected the sale  of to* Argentina and Chilian navies to ftosfia. It it owe declared  ihat ne-reraltransports are leaving  Kronstadt rfiih sailors to map the  puMhaatd ressols, 15 speu-ial truclf  cApabUofconvefing 120 ton sub*  rhar*iy������ h*ve been construct-*! at  the Pwrloff Iron Wort^ (or tbe trans  portation of jubuiarines of the Bou  bnoff an4 Hollatu) types to Vladi  ���������/oslok. The adioirakjr is ������Ipo  sending Un 60 foot naptha launches  there.  kod**.. polfud, 4th���������7 persons  wore fatally wounded hy a Cossgoka  patrol y-Mterdty eyenjng who ������r**4  into ihm inidst of a crowd engaged  in ringing patriotic songs in fruiH  of the Church of the Cross.  BeUJngham, 4th-Tbe B K  Wood huoiher Co. has paid the export tax claimed hy & C, on logs  sbippei to tbe V. $.  ��������� ��������� ���������  TM Wawam Imam.  *rWmu, ������p������D4lng a vacation at Itod-  ford gp-plngs. Pa., so******* jr<ara aw?."  said a flaltimor* lawyer tbe other day,  *i W4-RI le|> one night to my room, as  I enppoeed, pnloek������4 the door and was  startled by a wooisn's aer-Mma. I re-  aliau-4 at one* tbat 1 bad got Into tbo  wrong wow. You may be aura I did  not waat* any tlmt getting out Into  the corridor, locking the door again  and entering my roor*a. whlcb happen*  ���������d to be tb������-4H������*tt ���������������*.  "Wbile 1 wae doing this tbe woman  aontiQued acreomlng, alarming the  whole "hotel. A, crowd soon gathered,  and when tbo woman could be per  snarled to open th* door eb* declared  tbere was a man In ber room. Of  (course no Intruder was found, and. as  (the door was looked when the crowd  gathered, the lady was7 told that sha  muet bare bad a nightmare and imag-  ���������|ned~sba~"������W"a~marf-rn-ff������er-room~-l"  kept quiet, and ev-ify one else In tbe  betel was ebnviaciifd that tbt lady's in)-  s^i-Mtloa bad weirked upon ber fears."  .--1 a    ,       I,, ..  Telegraphte News  St Peters burg, 4th-iiSeveriil trans-  ports will leave jOrons'tftji on May v  lor South Amerlc|t. conveying oreivs  aDdmilltsryRtori'fi'fortheflcjuipmeni  of warships pnrcnitt-ed by RusBi-  from Dhilen and Argentina.  Tokio, 4������H^Penfwliftg������ continue  to prevail on nk Ohinaitd ,'gpan  tie seas.   It Intodenflnlhly known  U> the Jap$ns������e*^at on May 2nd.  ships of tye Rdiilan second paoific  KjoadroD wire, in *Jht\ Wi.   Nu  merotif ifesiD^rs %re efcnttsntfy ply  iog between 0������igon aM Ww fttis  sian warships with full c*rfi*a ol  provifloo(ianrt-Mlt|e,  tHb AWA  can end German nswajia-fw' oorrs  ���������1-ondeutatSbaniihlihiWi  td a iteemer oitemibly to ri  vmini neve) battle   tbe vwsel  here reported to flying the Frendi  flag but it li believed she is really  R m-Un property wiih a mmiuii to  1 oaui Admiral T������>go.  Singijore, 4th���������The Britir-b itr.  Sslengor whioii Arrived hers today  reports beving palled a division of  Hunien wenhipf of Jugra midway  between ihe island of Pening and  rlii-gepari* thi* u-ufoiug.  MaUooa, Htraits fiettlonnentp, 4th  A Russian division consisting of 4  hattieihlpii eruiiteri and a gunbi^j  <|PP0nipiBied by 5  polljei's* it):.tipp  palling Meisooe.  Awoy* China, 4:h--A tvphooi  whioh -*w<*pt over theonsst of Houu  Chine this m*k >e Hid to bave.de  n-aged \\v Rursi������n 2nd iquadroi.  considerably, The lighter vest-eh  mt*t ri-pnr>������U "j have iit*-������'*t|r-aitiiri*d.  ShlpplWj reaw>������gt*������0( further d������*Uv  lu theetecuflo-Aof AoJeetvenikvf.  ��������� e rssull of deinege sustain-  (be fleet,  ��������� ��������� . vMjS&m*'' fV-Mitfrie*: eatlaaa.  r Hof eften do we bear tb������ retnnrk  ������Wt %kali hart rain, the atinoiplit-re  U'et btavy.*' Tbt reverse Is 1 rue.  When ���������at'ilipes smoke banging from a  eblmnty, Mim a tendency to sink te  tbe ground, H Indicates that thv at-  nespbore 1s f^-^fact, too light to  float the smoke. .ff*^,l,i:.tbe{l'*^>k������  ���������rises from the cblm*W������%ib|l^^ a  aeaty stmotpbert. A columD'OfaoVoke  Is not s bad barometer, for a bakuan>tor  elssply records tbe pressure ef tbip-at-  e*toepherSk Wbea tbt stmospbtre Is  light sad tbe smoke settles, the pros-  sere op tbt mercury Is light, snd tht  eeiamo falls, Indicating storm. When  tbe atmosphere Is heavy and tht smoke  rises, tbe pressure Is greater and tht  column rises, Indicating fair weather.  Pleasure stokers and others before  starting eat should therefore wutcb  way*fmw m%m/*\ty^^tm  Tke Tr$r*a O's.  MDewn le Oreeosboro," said a cltlcta  ef tbst North Carolina town, "I knew  fbrtt *dnimrotrs.' Tbey seemed to be  peon companions, Tbt flrst one travel*  sal fore Isrge brewingcompuny lu Kal<  Meiers, and the second rtpres������nt������*d a  waoltsslt drugbonse In tbe west  Tbese two men* while gotog through  the south, foil to wltb s msn who was  (wiling eefllns te undertakers (n tbo  >untry tewue, When tbs trio resi'bed  ibore > to spend Sunday-yon  ell the ���������drummers* come Into  to spend Bundsy-they hsd  chrtstoBtd tbe tbree U'e-  end Death*  /in vnvvai  plan a* a  tfltytM  ��������� ./ . %''s*seral Ttavedy.  trmWiMH!* Frossls wss killed by  fear. Hip Wife wss Insane, snd ons  ley she seoaped frwn her keepers and,  dabbling ber clothes In blood, rnthed  upon her husband whllo be wss dosing  le bis chair. King Frederick luisglned  ber te be the white lady whose ghost  wsl believed to appear whenever tht  death ef a member of tbe royal fsmlly  wss to occur, aud bt wss thrown Into a  fever and dltd tn tit w*������������tr������.  Tie Atteaettea.  Oladatoos told Lord Ronald (lower  thst once when he visited Itome he accidentally met Macuulay, who Intro.  doced hlpsself ie the e������ste������m������n On  Meeaof-e/e telWeg him that bt took e  ���������sily #slk la Bt Peter's, (llsdstons  saked %lm wbst nest sttrscted bim lu  tbst place. "Tbe temperature," was  tbe aoawar.  ���������HHPMHPWMI'  Itstar ioe-lo my new play. Mr. Dan.  Iris, tbe here and tbt villain are te  Ighia duel  paaleie-Aad wie wHI get tie worst  ���������THf  Ibftber fw-Tbe ledlsoe^   .  . .9  A Mo*������f Mtkef.  0e���������My brothi-r is mafcing; Wore jm9*a.  ������y than he can spend.       s  She-^Whal Is be doing?  Be-Wojrking in the mint.  Aw Aatinn ca*nt.  Tl>������ leave* are lurninK yellow,  The pwch'i ���������.���������hjrm hat <ilaA  At*t\ Mabel ja������U Iht feljg-  Vojr 1*\llyt������it lptS4#  i,   >    Aa Taeey t'Cep" Totsettner,  Be-Well, dear, Jf I m a tool I can't  *e*p*fc  She���������But you c*n help shewing it.  dear,  Other men do,-Ufa,  An* a7neem'$ Cttmmt.  Th������7 *ay h**������ old mtioue)) to tm  XUt f������Ui*r.  fhai u wr*,.  gut tbta -fulte rUk efutixgix la St  f* m k*r kmhoe4 tm-  m iilj iii.wi  VntmrtmlB An;  Oldbtag (growiug. romantic) ��������� Ab,  how I wish I bed lived in the knightly  days of old 1  Mias VouMBihlng (grpwlhg wenryj-���������  Didn't yon?  fBntlrrly OlOrfof.  fife all very w������������ll befora a glrrs  nmrrh-4 for Iter to jjot a doiror In her  tii-lr." n'liiarki-d tlip olwrwi of������-v������-iits  ���������nd thimm. "hut ift* an entirely dlff^  eni matter If, aftw slip's -parried, she  gets bor bair lo the dour."  ���������i-i. . i-  Short Goal  Mining Course  -T-* HIS CONTAINS . niy the -information  ���������*��������� necnaiuy to qualify pemous to pa������������  thi M'Qe.ForeBian'a Examiaatioaii. It requires lets (work and leas time than the  complete oourfe, yet thote that ftnii-h it will  have a good knowledge of the art of mining.  Subjects Taught io tbe Course.  Arithmetic.  Mensuratiou and Trigonopietric Fuuotions,  Oaten Met with ta Coal Mines.  Miue Ventilation,  Economic Geolojjy of Coal.  Ffo-toectlpg  ior  Coal   and   "wwatiop   oi  Openiii|*8.  .ShaftH, Slopes and Drtfta.  Methoils of Working Coal Mines.  Miue Surveying.  Miue Machine--}.  ffl IXTKHNATIONAL  (;ORKi:SPnNDKNCK   SIHOOL  SCRANTON, FA.  INFORMATION   WANTED  As to the whereabouts of C R Distler,  who left Vancouver about io months ago  far Cumberland. Any particulars regard-  ������ng same will be gratefully received by  his uncli-, Rudolph distler, care of RS  'Robert-jon, Cuinbe.rl/tnd, BC  72 PJIIECES OF  NEWSHEET MUSIC  FREE   JTpln a\Olab  TbatWlU  :jro*a,  Ohaaet ta <ilf oin  myie\emd.aavi, I._i... ...^   ���������H^/There Unothtn-feiie llkejt  mmm slmoit noiSiai to join ana tbe  *ai*<wondirti-iril#nablFa jron to  .'uirneMbiM'--i..  ���������������, muilfi Had inuiloal  prfoeaTIt  ���������MUMIM'  mm:  .,SMOKE  '���������CUBAN  BLOSSOM"  A union Made ckiar  FRON THE���������  Cuban C igar Factory  =s-  M. J. BOOTH, Proprititos,  Nanaimo, b.c.  nm ���������. .fliAiFow),  COURTENAY, B C,  'DREKDER of Holstein Cattle, Chester While Pi)-*,,   Barred Plymouth  Rockn, &c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES,  NOTICE.  I beg to irform ibe jm Mi cilia  on and after Jimuary 1st, 1904, tny  buaiiU'tfs will be strictly cush, by po  doiiifjl can give my Patrons better  patisfacWori.  T. H. CAREY, Tailor.  yHE ADVANTAGE the public  has in purchaeing where they  live in they gee the article and are  not disappointed as when Bonding  awav.  P. Stoddart,  Watchmaker    and    Jeweler,  i-ells goods at Eastern Pricef* and  hftsja nice stock to select from.  EVERYTHING in SOLID GOLD  All pin-chai-es engraved  ,,.. frs***** nf charge ....  P.  STODDART,  Dr'MOT'K Ave., Cumberland.  t   .  * I i i   pi       ���������*���������������    ������������������������������������������������������������       ,ee*eeet*-  i  WILLIAMS BROS.  Livery Stable  ��������� .  ,Tbam#i**:rs a'nd.'Dbaymbn'   ;  SjNGJyK AND   DoUJIhE  RICI    ',  ,., i*ou Hihe.    All Orders   ���������  Ppompply  Attewdkj to.   ;  I, I  Third St., Cumberland,B.C.  *ta*.t99aat.aaaaa*a*a   ���������*���������������������������*���������������������������������(#.  When in MberM  STAY AT THE'.   VENIH)ME.  *    AM, CONVINIENOKI*   FOR  GUKSTit.  phk1Iarw Suitubi) wrnt-  Bist Liquors and Oigars  R. 8. .ROBMSTfiON.  INTEKESTING __ INSTOUOTIVE  'OOHRECTr ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly Magazink Dkvotxd xo thk  U3R OF ENGLIfiH.  Jorephink Tk-ook Baker. "Editor, ."-j  Partial Oonten'8 for this Month.  Court* iu Eaglisli for tho B������niniier,^  Cour������e iu-Bnyliih for the Artvanoad Pupil,  How tu IucreuHB One's VooAbnlary,  The Art of CouverBatiK-i.  Shonlrt and Would:   How to U������e thein.  ProuunoiatiotiM (CtHit-ury Oiotiouary).  Cj rrect Engliuh in the Home.  C- r������ot Ei.gliih iu the School,  Whnt to Say ami What Not to Say.  CourHo in Lotmr-Writing and Punctuation.  Aluliulxniu l<st of Ahhi-uviatioiQi*,  '-.iit-iuesf English for iho Bu-inesa Man.  Oompouud Word;    How to Write Theni  Stud ita in Engluh Literature.  $1 a Year.  Send 10c for sample copy  rOKKECT ENGLISH, Evantton. III.  1 .   ���������**���������mrmmm  TENDERS.  R������ Mortgiig-# Sale of Propesty  hereinafter inentioneri  TENiJERS will be reoeived by the under-  8-iraed up to one^o'olook p m��������� Sa^day,  F*brnary 11th, 1905. f,r the purchase of  the _Wert half of N���������rth We8k quarter of  Si-otiot. Ten, and the Wwt hulf ot the  South West quarter ���������f SeoUon Seventeen,  Hii-nby Inland, Nanaimo Diatriot, locally  known m.,"O.T. Mitchell'*. Plaoe."  The undet signed does not bind himaelf to  accept any tender.  CN. WEST-WOOD, Mortgagee.  22 King's Road, Victoria, BC.  'HMSTi, DILLON, J.P.  NOTARY PUBLIC. CONVEYANCER,  REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE AGENT,  COMMISSIONER SUPREME COURT BO  Rents received, debts ejected.  Farms value'd,     Devhs registefeil,  Detda, Wills, Mining Papers, &c, drawn.  OFFICES,   OUMBERLAND;b.O  /���������Ioi on Parle Praneau."  For CANDIES  N ovelties,   Pictures,  Frames and cleariinsr  of frci  a tries.  D.   HUNDEIM  Cumberland  ooooo ooooooooooooor  A-IsTD  amin  "O      1 am  prepared   to O  ^_    furnish Stylish Kigs ������  O , and do Teaming at O  P   ��������� reasonable rates. Q  ������ Cumberland q  ������ O OOOOOOOOOoOOOOOo  tiT.   IO/7  INC       III') H  MCMILLAN  FUR A WOOL CO.  " H I" ,.lt\G , O C O yE S T V\ li IL IS H IV D   H O U S E   1 i X) Y I NG  tUw li |lt IM V������if  Thu iMdlne mlnln-? ptrladlMl ef \ho  world, wiin H'f -.iiy-.i.'-d .MM**! nan  pr nny iflvrlml wi*. "IfuM-m,  Bubierlptlcn *4.00 i y������������r ilnel-jain*  V, S��������� C������n������dl**������. hlaxloanvotUK*,)  Tht Jonr-iut, a-i fAorifl coast  Mii*i*- loe������th-ir, *6.C0,  Sim pit eoplui, Im, fiani for Booh  CbIiIoi-mo,  T������,"'''''iii������������������'>mf������'M'ili������-1*ilUtl������l,     -^  1 861 aroMw, Nl* YuK Jffl  HIDMJffct  l- :'. . ,;,;i>x^0ivT'!  I.H I- Q'R.-lV.  l^iA^ rviii ������������f >,  MINNtiAPOti-IR ���������'  }. o o ��������� -������i i   i i m ,>j.t. py}-,.*- pj.p,":.-!' m  VMINNLSOT.A  sun'   UJ Am{/ vJL.i' *he"ptti'<,'c$ ��������� Ant/ mhc ai.mn  ���������,.,,������������������ *'.[    i,..) i - ...., i.'t'   i  Cure a Cold in One  Mm Laxative Bromo Quinine r*vim. ������ rvL  Thb lignaUirCi  CswQrip  bTwoDeryv  one-wry  box. 35c. ���������WU  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. B. ANDERSON,    /      - -      MflK  *=s  The eoln-nns of Tj*k News are open to alt  who wn-h to express therein views o matter-' ������f public inttrest.  WhHe we do uot hold ourselves ra ��������� ->nai-  Me for ths utterances of correspondents, we  eserva tht* r.jf-it ot declining to inser*  oininunioauons unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY. MAY 10.  1905  ftpiait & Nanaimo Rj  ��������� ���������   ' ' \t."^l   * +.*&'&'       ���������   ������ja,  iJnrliii ijti'MjT^h^"^^^^^  s. s. ''City of Nanaimo.*  SaiU from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling ,tt North Saanich  Cowichaa Bay, Maple Bay and Crofton  when freight or passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday,. 5 p.m., for  Union Hay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  -  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m, for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves: Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, calling at Crofton, Maple  Bay, Cotvichan Bay and North Saanich when freight or passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVEE - NAM AIMO ROUTE.  8.8      "JOAN."  Sails from N1n.11 mo 7 'a.m. daily except  Sunday**. >  Sails from'Vancouver after arrival of C  P.R.-Train No. i. daily except Sun-   dayji,-at_i_pjji,___ ___   Cumberland  Hotel  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND   B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland he sure  and stay at the Cumberland  Hotel, First-Class  Acoomoda-  1   tion for transient ttnd permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hail  Run in Connection with Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  HIBT'S NURSERIES,  3010 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, now in  stock and tested as to vitality. Wholesale and retail, -.   ���������.>..<>.    ;  *' ������������������-*-,���������*������������������"     :  Thousands of Fruit' and ;  Ornamental Trees.-.   .. >'  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  AIRIL   l������vh,    1905.  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  N������. 2-Dai'y. No. 4-S.iu a,  A.M p.m.  BjeflOO Victoria.   ......De 3.0..  *'   9*26 Oiildatre.-in.   ... H   Jw  ������������������ 10.-24 K ������iiig'u "   4.2-!  ���������V'--'ll 01). Dimoau's    '���������������   fi.Oi  1   P.M. PM.  ������������������12H5., ,Ni������aaiiiio  "   0 4'.  Ar 12.53.. VV   liii-teii Ar. 0 55  WELLI n"  'fc   TO VICTOEIA.  No. I���������I>*tl N.i 3-Huiu������������:'  A.M, A.M,  nu.   8,00 W .-Mini-ton....  De. 3 0  ���������������   8,'JO '    Nmaiuii    ������������������   3.1  10 0V ,Un''OHi'i'n  "   5,0  "10.42 ���������.. .Ku'iiig's. ,, ������   5 3(1  " 11.3S     CnliUtrfam   "   fl.S2  Ar 12,00 Vioioria  Ar 7.0u  Thousand Mile and Commutation Ti> -  kets on sale, (���������ood ovei rail and ste.iii.e,  lines, at two ,iud unc-liiill'cents per mile  Special truing and steamers for lixcu*-  sionu, and leduccrl rites for parties ninj  be arranged fni on application to the  rrR������Tic Mannf-cr.  The Coni|uiny reserves the ri-jht lo  chanj-e without previous notice, seamer.-.  Milint* rimes nnd hours ol' sailing,  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Smtions, -fond forgoing juumey Saturday und Sunday, returning nut Inter  than .Mondav,  Geo. L, Courtmey,  Tralllc Manager*  NOTICE,  Riding on locomotives and rail  way enm of the Ujiion flolliery  Company hy any pereon ,ir per  iidub-���������except train crew���������i* strictly  ���������prottiitited. Employee** are nub-  oct tu ilisminHul for allowing* suin-?  By order  JjHtANiJJ-'  U.  LliiJ.Jv  Abttiagt-r.  MOTIOB.  MOTiUK, Is HhUr.m oivivN iii������vU(i.  plication will be made t**th-p Legislative  AMumbly of the Fruvinoo of British Colombia at Ha next sussi-in lor an Aot extend*  log the time for trie comirienceiiient of the  oofutraotioo o( the Company's lino of nil*  way and for the ���������xp-mditure tlxreon, of ten  per ot-Qt of thu amount of tli������ tauital nnd  redneing the ���������monat of the ������apital and per*  nutting the Cimip-.uy u������ uuiaUuct ihe railway In etoMons.  Dated the 24th January, 1005.  RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES.   Q-JfeBEN-  HOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Spring Planting  +  ' ���������FgBaJiLTZERS--  BEE   HIVEICand    SUPPLIES  Green house full of Plants, Cut Flowen*  Floral Work. Catfriioj-ues fcee, or  call and examine stock.  EASTERN PRICES OR LESS.   ��������� .  M. J, HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B.C  Morrocfyi Bros,  EIjR/  to  DREAD. Cakes and Pies delivered daily to any part of City.  ���������IIU.8--0.KOT  _   (lro,.erj���������li  E,  EMDE,  1 1  H  H  H  fo  .fl  (Dj  0 0  M  n  0  <  ry.  -ft  <  <  <  UJ  J  <  CO  s  CO  IU  I  5  >���������  o  2  Cumberland  The  SeRMon   Ap-troaoheth.  Soon ihe win!) in summer outing  Will Its banm-rs j-reen be flouting,  And onw more  louthfal earthlings will be aboutlnff*  "VVafa de Bcore?**  PIf-nty to Sqnnnder.  "I have a lar/je fortune."  "You buvea't a, ceut, and yon know  It"  "I repeat I bave a large fortune���������If  time la money.'-  Our oelg-hboral  Wall, ���������heyre hard ta  ,   beat  l bata to make complaint.  But half the people In our 8t   .  Would aggravate a St  Natmrnra.  Mosl hoin-pkfH'pi'rs ba re wondered what  th������* wbitf powder foyeriw? tfeeDUtmcR Is.  An old spice dmli-r in authority that as  soon as the nutmeg in j-aihered it is rolled  in a lime made from 1'iinu-d oyster shells  in order to prevent its -'rstruetiou by the  weevil, and it is this dust that remains  upon it.  Mare ia oop of tho outer coveriopa of  the nutmeg and. ia preferred, by many  cooks because of its color.  Cona!d*rat*N ' "'J  "Tbo portions of Menk aro rather small  this morning," said Mrs. Starvem apologetically.   '-I'm sorry"'���������  "I think it's very <-onsldPrate of yoo,"  ���������������������������piled Mr. Starboard "t-iuce it'a so vary  aVe  ���������Hotel  ���������Union   :     Hotel  Eneliith 4 x BURTON always oh tap; also, the famona MILWAUKBK ���������  BEERS���������Auheusfir. Bthemian, Schli������e, &o. "OLD GRBY BEARD" '  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquoew of all binds.  The Boarding and Lodging D-*p**r'*-ment, under the immediate superintendence of Mas  Davis,-will be found Firat olas-i in every reapeut.  BATES,  $1.00 per deny upwards.'  Campbells' : BAKERY.  A Pine Selection of CABES  always  oh hatxd  FHESH BRT1AD every day.  Orders for SPKOIAL CASES promptly attended to.  Dunsmuir ivenue,  Cumberland,  UNION BREWING Co,  NANAIMO,   B:C.  The yearly return of the Bock Beer season is   of interest to the  brewer as-well as the public, and the ���������   .   ������������������     ���������-.-���������.���������  UNION BOCK BEER R0RV19������4  Will again ahow that speoial oare has baen taken in the inantafavotnre of the superior  article.   The Uuion Brewing Co.'s Book has henn breweed for a number of months  and stored in their famon* cellars until it. haa waohed the psomr age, and is now  ���������;   --v*    ON BRAUGHT AT AliiBOrEL-i. '   "   '"'"'  i POINTERS  I in neoAno to the  NOR'-WEST FA!  ^. ^UOHOHto ON THC 6TH.AHO tOTM Ol* (A6H MON  Pointer No. **~It Ih r purely tvostcii C-irulhn A-jiiciiltuiiil Paper for Western  Cniindl-ii Pa.'niiJi.- and Siti'Unun.  Pointer No. 2-U, U luKti, Ws 11 j.viutcd, v.-Jl cillirtJ, well illimtroted,  rctluble,  Pointer No. 3���������lU'tvniis arc Htrfctly cahh lu trH-nnce, nnrl H"* nnf������i������f la protiijitly  iINquuiIiiik <l nl ������!������|iiriilioii o i-un ..���������. 1J1I1..11. rti iss ������������������������ .������������������'w I,  Pointer No. 4���������'''lie Nor'-Wot I'iii-iiut i.s Hit-only iit-.riruUu.al iujki* printed In  Pointer No, ff���������It haa More pnl<l in advance ������it������*������cH������it*r������ in MatiUoim ami tlir? N.W.T.  . tlinn nllotln-'r f.iviu p.\]>ion cninliliicn.  Pointer No. 0���������It* ���������n'"'c'Hlloiii* nml iut'oriiiaiiuu uie worth many dollars to ench  fMt*fti: her.  Pointer No. 7-Moinlly It is above repronch,  From Now to December 31,1905, for $1.00  .   ��������� first-Cl^M Accomt-aodation  -., .'.at Jteaaonable Bates ...  BEST OF WI-NES ir, LIQUORa.  s.s������oiE,  "PUOPRIETOF*,.  *Y*  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FUIST-OI.AHSI  (JA NOYv FRUITS,  CIGARS &-TOBACCOS.  ,;, ���������:���������.::��������� :Mii>$.  l*.fSvf  11 r   WILLARD is prepared to  * * "   till any Orders for Fine or  Heavy Harness, at short aotioa.  - t  , .   ���������.-������������������>,"        ,, ������������������-���������   -,,.i:'. '      '- ,,',���������fc ���������  WiLUKD BLOCK.     Cumbtrlviil.*  Danaimo Cigar factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST   ::   ON   :: ^BARTH.  Maunfactured by  P. GABLfi & CO,, NAlfAIMO, 3.0.  ������Jt������+TARBELLr  High Grade Stpvet  and all Xi*^he-^Be^uirMii-Ni(sa  :������*^m  SPORTSMENS  & GENERA^. HAJB^DWABR  :��������� ������l  HOLY TRINIT YCHURCH  SERVICES.  ���������  ���������  ��������� ��������������������������������������������� n-a ��������������������������� m m ������������������ ������������������vmp^Mi  1liclut||>'((tli.>in-iiiil*i'diitl|'0i'iil\niU  Nuiiilxiriiiiil ilia l,il up 4 " i.������"' io a,  T)i������<oui)iirs,'<iiHiiil,tliom"raiiiiiiiliuii  >'M������������illrji;eni,, 8iil'*'ll'������iww.  8������ni|ilc copy lint froo upon rciutit,  4DB1B8S  THE NOR'-WEST FAR1VIER, Limited,  P. O. Dox 1910, WINNIPEG, MAN.  r,  r;  IN  E!  I  i  c  i  i  B  BARNARD k ROOEIW,  Solioibtfi for the Aptiliwnts,  Obtainable in Packots albo in bulk,      The beat valuo in tbe market.  etramrnrrmmmmrmemmtwawmimimamamnma  EGGS FOR HATCHING.  From Pure-blood Sinck. Single Comb  White fa-thorn WycUoflT si rain *��������� the  Krcitest !������>������������ In America-*-E|-u������, $1.00  per \$. A few selectedCwkertlU fnr-Mle  price li.fn ench.���������Apply, John /. R,  Miller, Mule River Poultry Yardi, Co  mox,   Mad orders Hitetide**} to,  IIKOWN   LEGHORN   EGGS   FOR ,  HATCHINC-Priw-winnent���������$$ pet |  hundred for ircub iiors, yjctt. per set-  utxg -S F Down, Courtenay. DISTRIBUTING AGKNTB, VICTORIA, B.C.  LOCAL AGENT8���������Cumberland,  OOURTISNAY,  ���������    ���������    ���������  Meapra Napibr & PAnmiDOE.  -   ��������� M-r-i-Ti-J. McPiike & Bon.  THE HUDSON'S BAY CO.,  Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 pm  -rirsi Sunaay in the month, it aW  Moriiint; service, u'a.ni.;  Jiunday "  School, J3.30 p.m.{  bveninu Jervice   "  7 p.ni.;  Choir-Practice every Fridav <  at 7 30 p.m, '     ^ '  F. G. Chkjstmas . Paator.  THADI MARK*  oaaioM,  ooi������vatoMTi *���������  *4BB3BM-W>M^   pn^a\xTSma*em,  In Amarlea.. Wanava1 a n-Mmiu������  ^^^f.atftroU������*^*^  801EHTIR0 m%m%  ires.  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The Earl of Exbam ls  muster of tbe picturesque old  pile and of tbe estate and decidedly tbo slave of tbe very considerable number of debts -wblcb were up  to bis lordship's ears when be came of  age, some four and fifty years ago, and  by this time have reached almost to  tbe crown of bis bead. He is also father to his son and beir, Kennaston of  Kennaston, and to the heir's tall twin,  my Lady Peggy.  My Lady Peggy at this pa. ii-ular  moment sits upswinging on the top  branch of a plum tree at the foot of the  Kitcneu garaeu, wnence sfie commands'  a tolerable.view of the highway.  "Impertiuent sun!" cries Peggy, shading her handsome eyes with her haud  as she stares off along the dusty road.  "How is't you dare shine when there's  no fine gentleman a-coming from the  east, no gallant with disheveled locks.  powdered shoulders, disordered mien,  distracted looks, spurs a-digging into  his beast, lips apart, heart beating like  spent rabbit's and 'Peggy, lovely Peggy,' the clapper to bis eager tongue at  every jolt of his saddle,, every rut of  bis way? Go cloud yournelf. I say,  since Sir Percy tarries. I'd have the  skies weep, even if I can't."' A peal of,  merriest laughter concludes this sally,  and an.apronful of plums comes tumbling down all over the other young  woman.who stands under the tree In  waiting on her mistress.  "Is bis lordship not yet in sight, my'  lady?" asks this one.  j "Nay; that is not he, Chockey, and,  Whisk me, but when his lordship does  come he'll find a very sorry entertainment   I swear, as;dad says, I'll not  . seelhim wfienHie does  appeTuT"tila"r  will not I.   Nay; shake not your betid,  girl.   Is't not true tliat Lady Peggy  had once a lover?"      ,  "Twere truer' say a dozen of that  sort of  gentry,  madam,"  replies the  buxom   .Chockey   as   she   sorts   the  plums,  the best in  her bonnet,   the  flaws over the wall, where the chickens and hens cackle to the refuse,  "Well, well, twenty, if you like, but  one moro favored than the rest���������the  properest sort of man at saddle, gun,  line, wrestle, toast, song or dance;  honest, straightforward, beautiful as  clad says the angels are be saw painted on tbe walls at Home. Speak I  truth, eh, Chockey?"  "Madam, that you do,"  1 "And this paragon so worshiped his  Peggy as when she went off a three  ���������months since to visit her.godmother Ih  Kent he vowed by nil tho saints In tho  calendar he'd scarce survive-until hor  return.   False or true, eh, Chockey?"  My Lady Peggy punctuated this  query by an accurate aim and'bit on  tho top of hor waiting woman's head,  with nn'.especially largo pliim. ���������  "True, madam," dodging tho fruit  and still with iui oyo on the road.  "And then back comes my Lady Peggy, cutting short her stay In Kent,  whero -she iind much pleasure, to tell  'the truth, in tho'society of a very line  young nobleman."  "Lawk, madam! Anothor?" interrupted the faithful Chockey.  "Another,   Chock,"   vouchsafes   ber  -, mistress.  "Sweet, swoct Sir Robin Mc-  tt'nrtl"  "Oh, my Judy!" cries the girl, vainly  Indonvoiing to conceal n smile.  "Aye, Chock," proceeds Poggy, "I sny  again, a swcot and most entrapping  young mnn,"  "M-idiim, n sfjulnt oyo, a wry noso, nn  ondcrllp Unit hangs, a pair of fox tooth  and n i-lilu (Unit's gone u-buiiUu' for bla  throat!"  ,,  "Tut, tut, Chock!" laughs Lndy Pot**,  py, leaning back In hor loafy bower.  "Wliat'M nil 'tlmt to a nimble wit, a gill-  Ir-plng conversntlan ��������� nnd " ft faithful  , heart?" Lndy Peggy'* tone ie as light  ., as tho Mny breeze blowing hor soft  locks nbout hor lovoly, hlooiulug faco,  full of mockery, witcliory-nhd^tbon a  bit of a sigh, low ns flowers' whispers,  "'.ii1 '.;'. ',','!!!; I'.tT *?vr-*,-'"d l*/-"*'! M'f'W  thnn boforo. ot In tho hnlf rnnnnlHh'  tono hor twInRhlp nnd long plnyfollow-  shlp with her brother huvo gtvon her,  ihe ndils curtly:  "D'ye soo might coming yet, Chock?"  <��������������������� ,       .        I   .    1,. . I      ���������������,.,    ���������>     ,i���������,l\,.(.,'Ll      i\\ft  ������>W|    }���������*,)      ������WWJ |    ������������������������>���������   i  - I'l        ���������������������"   ���������>>-���������-���������     I--  girl ruefully.  Peggy bites lier lips until thoy hurt..  "As I wiib a-snylng, Chock, your mis-  trosB cuts short her visit, sends word to  bor lovor she'll ho home o' Thursday,  ���������nd, as I llvo, today's thf������ Mnnrtny oft*  ���������r, nnd hlra still on tbt -way! Soo hlml"  rt'Kfc'y's white teeth clone tight nnd lior  lye* flush and her llttlo hands cllucb.  "Not II Let him com* now and ho  foes again fnstor thnn he ever traveled.  She rain coxcomb! 7hm deceitful. cos-  enlng, graceless puppet! He'll ne'er  set eyes on ber be used to call bis Peg  again or I die for't!" And Peggy  Jumped to the ground.  "Madam, madam!" exclaims Chockey,  pointing joyfully to a cloud of dust far  up the highway. "Look! Yonder  comes Sir Percy! Don't I know? Ain't  I watched bis long roan any day this  twelvemonth a-turnln' by the lodge?"  Lady Peggy seizes Chockey's arm  and runs breathless to the house, in,  a-scrauibling up the broad stairs to her  chamber, a-pulling out of drawers  from their chests, a-hunting of ribbona  and fallals, combs, brushes, kerchiefs-.,  perfumes, patches, powder, whatever  else besides.  "Hurry, Chock! Do my hair as he  likes it!" urges Lady Peggy.:  "Lawk, madam! I thought you  swore just now you'd never set eyes on  Sir Percy again?"  "You thought! Bless you, Chock,  never be a-wasting your time a-thkik-  ing where a woman's concerned. When  her heart steps up and lays hold the  reins the steed gallops to the goal. She's  always time to think after she's acted."  "Yes, madam," concurs Chockey,  with a mental reservation back of her  mouthful of pins. "There, my lady,'  your ladyship's hair is lovely, your  Levantine gown becomes you like a !  pheasant do its plumage, and your eyes  is a-shinin' with love and"���������  i: "Tut, girl! It's anger, wraths temper���������so!" Peggy marchds up and down  before the mirror, tossing ber lovely  head. "Thus attired, .Chock, a lady  can flout, deride, harass and madden  one of the opposite sex as can she not  do in cotton frock and friiit: stained  apron. Give me my comfit box, I pray.  TT.ell~me^baw~long-Sii*~BeFGy-now-hath-  been cooling his heels in the drawing  room?"     ! ;<i ���������       ������������������':>���������  "But Tittle lacking the hour, madam," ���������  "Good! 'I'd keep him there until  Thursday an I could. Now.go tell him  PI1 be with him presently."  Chockey went.  Lady Peggy stood nt the door ajar.  Sho heard the impatient footsteps of  her lover below, but yet she tarried,  tapping her high red'heel on the sill.  "Lud!" cried she.' "An. I show no  proper spirit, Percy's uncle Ml havo  the right of it when be says of ono  he's never seen yet: 'She's a-bunting  your bank notes, boy! She's heiress  to debts, sir, and by iny life, sir, I'll  never father-in-law ber so long as Pm  above the sod, sir!' Despicable old  wretch! As if 'twere not Percy I  adored, without a care if ho havo a  farthing to his fortune or a roof to  his bond!" '  And then Chockey, her pnlra warm,  with a sovereign, cttnie with a rush. ���������  "My lady," cries she, " 'f you could  see Sir Percy! White -as milk, trem-  blin*, shakln', chattorin', a-boggln'jtand  a-prayln' as you'll condescend to go to  hlra insido of anothor hour!"  "White, said yon, Chock?"     ,  Tho girl nods vehemently,  "Shaking?";  "Ayo, madnm."  "Like to faint, think you?" ���������..  "Liko to dlo, my lndy."  Thon Lady Peggy, laughing, humming such a guy smitch of a song,  comes tripping down tho stairs, pulling  out her petticoats, stopping her lover's  pea arms.   "Whom aid^you think It  was?"  "Another. My woman's stupid, and  when $be.described the gallant that  she did it matched a different sort of  him than you, methinks. However,  let's be civil. The crops are good, the  game likely to be later; the king in  health. Prithee, have a chair." And  Peggy swept a second courtesy, motioning toward a seat  "Peggy, sweet lips, joy of my soul,  what's it? Not one warm word for  him who only lives for thee? Who's  counted every hour since he parted  from you, eh?" The young man draws  nearer to ber and bends upon his  knee, venturing as he does so to take  her hand In his.  "Since you spent your time a-count-  ing the hours, sir, pray you, bow many  hours bave passed since in this same  room we parted, now three months,  three weeks and a few days since?"  Sir Percy sprang to his feet.  "Zounds, Peggy, and you flout me  so!"  "Zounds, Sir Percy, did not I write  you���������and very well you know writing's not my forte���������that I'd be home  *' Thursday?"  "Aye, but I never got It until this  morning. Then did I put spurs and  leave my uncle in the lurch to fly to  you."  "What, sir! Not get my letter? An  idle, silly and foolish excuse. I sent  it by Bickers, and trustier man ne'er  breathed. He vowed me he'd put it in  your hands."  "Peggy, believe whichever of the  two you like, but in mercy tell me  what kept you so long away? I've  heard rumors of another. Eh, Peg,  'tis not true, swear me 'tis not true?.  Oh, by the hue of my visage must  you know what jealous pangs have  racked me!"  Lady Peggy nods her bead malicious-  "Jealous pangs, forsooth! And you  thought to medicine them, I dare be  sworn, wf th vaulting the country over  in the wake of Lady Diana Weston,  the greatest heiress in the market!  Bah, sir, and you've heard rumors!  I'll match 'em. I've seen the minx  from afar. She Is handsome, sir. Your  taste does you credit."  "Peg, I swear 'twas but to please my  uncle!" cries Sir Percy.  "Aye, and so displease me!"  "Nay; you know too well that I'll  arawmg room.     ,  To rush'across tbe wide ball to the  dining room, seize a game knife, back  again, cut her mistress' stays, pour a  glass of cider down. Lady Peggy's  throat, willy nilly; clap her palms,  pound her back, set her on her feet  and half carry her to her chamber oc--  cupied not many> minutes for stout  Chockey.  "Lawk, my lady," said she, surveying the prostrate, form on the couch,  arms akimbo, eyes saucer wide, "who'd  ever have thought to see your haughty  ladyship so mauled for the sake of any  gentleman as lives?" ,  Lady Peggy lay still, but presently  from the depths of the pillows she  spoke.  "I ain't mauled, Chock; not I." Her  ladyship now sat up and stared around  the big room. "It's only for sorrow for  bnvlng had to disappoint Sir Percy  on account of dear Sir Robin."  "Oh!" ejaculates the worthy Chockey in a tone of undisguised and sarcastic disbelief. ������������������,������������������*"  "Chockey!" exclaimed her mistress  in tbe tone of a drill sergeant, now  rising to her feet  "Lawk, my lady, I didn't mean nothin'."  "Chockey," echoes Lady Peggy faintly, sinking to her knees, "whatever Ml  I do? Oh, Chock, Chock, and Sir  Percy just the center of my heart, and  uie to behave to bim like a brute! Out of  my sight! Away with you! There's  the first bell a-ringing for dinner. Say  to daddy I'm too deep in my handwriting lessons to eat today! Say to  him I'm gone out to break the new colt  and not got back.   Say to him I'm"���������  And Lady Peggy fell a-weeping with  such violence as Chockey had never  seen, and, being a wise damsel, she left  her mistress alone and went down to  soothe the gouty earl, tied to his chair,  as best she could for the absence of" his  daughter Peg from dinner.  The earl forsooth was a testy gentle  man, and his girl was his plague and  his pride. Qn her, rather than on his  heir, the old man's fancy was set, for  the reason that Kennaston, disclaiming  all the country sports, the half wild  outdoor life, the lasty joys and racing  bumps and cups that had been vastly  helpful in reducing the little his parent  had started his career with, bad elected  instead to try his luck at that most inscrutable, vile trade of scribbling!  Peg's twin, her fellow in,height and  "Lud, Sir Percy, fs'e j/ouf"  outstretched arms of engerneM with  such ii splendid ooiirli'Ky as any court  lady might have envied,  HUH laughing, "J.ud, Hlr Porcy, Is't  you?" amazed.  "Aye," returns he, more amazed  than she, and standing off with drop*  never doThat; of myVwiin But my uncle, as I've told you, must be coaxed,  and then when once 1 gain his consent  to seeing you bur battle's won. To see  thee, Peg, 's to j worship., thee! Lord  Gower Ml kneel wften he beholds theel"  "Our meno "ours,' sir!" returned Peggy. "Let's here and now make an end  on't all. You go pound the roads after  your new mistress with her acres and  notes, and I"-���������  "Well, you what?" asks the young  man impetuously and yet with a certain grave, dignity.  "Oh, I'll acquit myself to a certainty,  with ,one that's faithful as the sun  and gallant from his head to'his heels."  "What's his name?" inquires Sir Percy in a hard, strained voice. "If he's  a better man, I*;eg, and, you;can say  you love hlm-^Goa^gep'/me!"*   \  "His name'is^a very honorable and  .*too^nt'onei';'..;i|e's Sir Kobln McTart,  tyehty^lili'd'haronet!"  * ������������������Toggy!'':"  If a thunderbolt bad fallen betwixt  Tcggy's red shoos and his brown ones  Percy could not have been more astounded.  "Well, sir?" returns sho, senrco controlling tho twitching of hor lips.  "A milksop, molly coddle! Oh, Peggy, an you drop mc, take a better mnnl  Peg, you're a-joklng, Not that bumpkin! I'vo never soon him, but report  has It he's afonred if ono of his own  dogs looks him in the eye and bays!"  "Sir Percy, havo you finished?" In*  quires Tcggy, with dignity.  "No, huvo 1 not By my soul, Peg,  nn you pitch me, to blns-os for that  jncknnnpes, I'll go as fast ns wino  and dlco nnd cards and brawls nnd  usurers ond nil that sort of crow can  carry mo. I'll up to London, and ono  morning when your brothor Bonds you  word he's found mo wltb n rnpler  stuck In my throat, ray poekots empty  and 'Peggy' writ on tho scrap of paper  a-lylng ovor my heart, then you'll bo-  Uevo Percy loved \you."  "Lud, sir, men are apt nt such dint-  tor, and a fortnight aftor tho vlenr's  a-publlsblng thoir banns with tho other ludy."  "Peg!" Ho takes her korchlef end  as it droops away from her protty  long throat In his Angers. lie looks  dowu deep into her eyes,   Ills volco  feLtlkcti, bO dvctt hit- hand.  "Whatever bolides, my bonny sweetheart, there's only ono tlmt Ml,ovor  have banns rond with rao, and that's"���������  Ho tnkos bor by surpriso and by the  shoulders nnd squares her to tho mlr-  tut- iu IU ukhc.  "Farewoll, Peg, since you sond roe.  It's cards and dice, for, by tho gods,  I can't llvo a qulot Ufa lacking your  smiles."  In two minutes more Chockey, from  the upper window, saw the long ronn  flying away from Kennaston faBtor  tlniu bho ever pi Hoped to It nnd went  down, to find hor young mistress u-ly-  ing prom** in a flno wrinkled bonp of  buTO, \yBTeh made,a sTHdeFyoutiro'f"  him indeed, had gone up to London  quill armed, ink fingered, brain possessed with rhymes, empty pursed, determined to carye with such unlikely  weapons as that ant bird, the goose,  furnishes, a fame and fortuue for himself tbat should dazzle the world and  recoup the fortunes of bis well nigh  fallen bouse.  While the earl Jeered, Peg, herself  scarce, able ^6 ��������� spell a two syllabled  word, looked Up tp;her brother as nothing short of- whatever stood In her  mfhd for Shakespeare; for, low*be it  spoke, the fair Peggy.had small notion  of books, their makers or tbelr pleasurable usage. To hqr they -represented  waste time almost! and only ns a means  of communication with Kennaston did  sbe, since his absence began, poro daily  over a dictionary, u speller and a copy  book. ;   '  So snt sho now, a couple of months  after tho parting betwixt her and .Sir  Percy, lips pursed, brows knit, gooso  fenthor in finger, poring over a blnnK  sheet of pnpor first and from it turning  to tbo closely writ page of a letter  from her twin. I  Chockey sat on a stool hard by���������thoy  woro both .In tbo buttery, for Lady  roggy wns apt with all tho mysteries  of housekeeping nnd bad' ns flno a  churning, as big cheeses, as fat chickens, as nice eggs, as good hams, as  any othor iu tho county. Had she not,  tho earl, hor father, had lnckod something or all of his comfort. Chocltoy,  thon, Bat working butter, squeezing nil  tho white milky bubbles back and forth  In tho wooden bowl nnd printing tho  pats in tho trays, whllo her mlstross  sighed, swallowed nnd nt last burst  forth in speech.  "Chockey, I shall fall into a lit an  I've ever another letter to wrlto In  this world. Tho Inst I writ was for  Sir Itobln to introduce him to Lord  Kennaston w.hen ho should go up to  town, and belike l<forgot to give it to  him as I, prgmlsoil and hnvo it safe  horo. It took mo n' week to finish, nnd  I'vo copied nil tho words out of It 1  can, yet do I lack thousands more, mo-  thinks, to sny whnt I would to my  brother. Lud I. Ldrirnlng'* n wonderful thingl  Look at' thnt, Chock!'!  Lady Peggy holds up 'the well covered jt.-joc; of T'!<"���������"!**.-*"ton c letter before  tho oyon nf tho nhle-nll.  "Aye, mndnm," giggles this one. "It  has tho nlr to me of where spiders has  boen n-flghtln'l Now, for truo, my  lady, do It sny words as hns a meanly" r ,  "Listen," replies the mistress, ropd;  Ing off quite glibly, slnco 'tis tho oue  hundredth tlmo since she got It that  sho's rehearsed the siimo to Borself:  Bweet Slater P������g*gy-rd lmv������ Written ho-  tore but that llterntufe pny* III until it  mnn hath contrived by preference und  pat ronn no tlio rather thnn by his wltdj.to  pUui lihii^U ul uvuiiM wiih Uic Mi.ii i*hll.  tlit tllhiliiKuUlied, So far 1 Una Uiiiwh  hill hard In the cllrnblnB*, but do I not  complain, for there's that spirit roljjnlns  lime ��������� euu������t'imun oi my tjffients. i take up  my 'pen not n to riddle your ears with  plaints, but on another matter, which is  Sir Percy.  Sir Percy, as you know, came up to  town, now these seven weeks agone,. "���������  straight as a die to my meager chambers, where welcome was spelled, I can  assure thee, all over the bare floor, barer  board and barer master thereof, for '.f a  .truth"! love him as should I the brother I  had hoped he'd be! Peg, what's this ,  thou'st done to the lad? Thrown him, a  gallant with as big a heart as God ever  made, over into the devil's own mire'for  sake of that little tow haired/sprat, Robin  McTart, with his pate full of himself and  none other, so I've; heard say, for never  set I eyes upon the blackguard from  Kent! Zounds, twin! What are ye women made of? And I write to Bay Percy,  what with carousals and brawls and  drink and fights and all riight at the gaming table and all day God knows where, 'a  fast a-throwlng himself piecemeal into  the grave he's a-dlgging dally for your  cruel sake. Could you but see him! A  ghost! Wan, with eyes full of blood spots  and hair unkempt! Madam, there's love  for you, and love's what ladles like. Go  match him, sister, with McTart if you  can, but twin me no more ever again an  you and 1 wear black ribbons for Percy  de Bohun!  Lady Peggy's lip quivers. So does  Chockey's.  "Lawk, my lady!" cries the girl,  splashing tears into the butter, reckless.  "'Black ribbons,' Chock. ������A ghost,'  Chock. 'McTart,' Chock. Oh, mercy,  what's to become of me?" Peggy's  'tears smart ber eyes as she -flings tbo  goose quill over to n cheese on the  shelf, where it sticks dnd one day surprises the vicar at hissupper.  "Get out of my sight!" she flings  after it. "I can't write. Who can  write out her heart and soul when it's  so bard even to speak it? Oh, would  1 were my brother for one fine half  hour!" cries Peggy, rising and stamping up and down the stone floor of the  buttery.    ������  "And if you were, madam?" asks  Chockey meekly.   "What then?'1,  "I'd swear ��������� yea. would I ��������� such a.  lot of splendid oaths as 'd ease my  mind and let me hear from my own  lips what a fool's part I'd played with  my own, my adored Percy! Could I  but see bim.. as "Kennaston says!"  Peggy in her; progress now upsets a  pan of cream and has genuine pleasure in splashing It about over her  slippers as she s,peaks.  "But I! oWhat am I? A girl, swaddled in petticoats and fallals; tethered  to an apron and a besom and a harpsichord and a needle. Yet can I snap  .a_Eapior,_^re_a_!dMoLJi^^^^  land a fish, for my brother taught me.  Still it's girl, girl, sit by the fire and  spin; dawdle, dally!" The cream now  spots up as far us Peggy's chin and  flecks its dimple.  "Stop at home, nor stir abroad!  Smile, ogle!" each word emphasized  with heel and toe.  "And"-Lndy Peggy now flops back  Into ber chair, breathless���������"wait on  man's will and whims. That, Chock,  ls what 'tis to be u woman."  "Aye, 'tis," assents the waiting woman. "But yet, my lady, if I dared  make bold, there's summat your ladyship might do, nn my lndy, your ladyship's mother, came back borne again  from her visit to your uncle in York."  "Out with it," says Peggy hopelessly, folding up her attempted letter mid  tucking it in her reticule,  fTO IN** CO*VTTJ**T*S'"D.J  POINTED PARAGRAPHS.  Tho most inexcusnblo thing in ths  world ls to unjustly abuse a decent citizen.  It doesn't do peoplo any good to be  old enough to know better unless they,  are also too old to enjoy meanness.  Every mnn needs a chnrt to tell him  tho dogrees of kinship in bis family,  but his wlfo knows them so well shf  can sny them backward.  Tbo truth about some pooplo who  seem to bo doing so much ls thnt tboy  always put things off until the last  mlnuto and thon hnvo to rush,  Tho early bird may got tho worm,  but tho lato bird hns ns good nn argument: IIo gots his rest which tho curly,  bird misses und hns nevor yet starved.  Bo pntlont with tho girl who tnkos  ���������o long to dross, By and by sho will  bo ablo to do up tho work and dress  herself and threo or four children In  half tho timo sho takes for herself uow,  silken gown, laco frills and furbelows   \n my breast as bids ros welcome poverty,  ou tho threadbare caroot of ths hi*   even starvation,.lead it but to the some*  Dnnp-ora of Melnneliolr,  Tho won It, brok-* spirited person  "trows morbid nmrinolniicholy, and the  brain dogcnorntoH rapidly under tho  Influence of these mental statos, Mol-  nucbolla ls something tli.U comes mors  within tho province of tho will power  than anything elso. It enn be enst off  ind avoided only in this way,   Some-  Hmeet for thn l-ii-l-- nf oflmtil'itfn** the  will physicians will roenmrnend a  ehango of occupntlon, scenery nnd ns*  lioclatlon. This Is merely an attempt  i to roscuo tho mind from introspection  ind glvo the .will nn opportunity to as*  fort Hoolf     Brtnietht'O'j th1" !*- e.eeetri.  pllshod, and then, If, followed up by  cultivating tho will, a permanent curt  may be effocted,--Kxchango.  ISxpecitc-l Acq-iifsltlons,  "You don't bolong to ono of tho old-  ���������t-t fumilles, do you?'* suid tbo super*  cUlous woman.  "No," answered Mrs. Cnmrox,   "Hut  after we got the girls married we *t>  poet to havo several of the oldest fan**  (lies belonging to us.". 5Stv"*^w+* ���������*j>'ifcwe|'nH*",^i*n"-r'5**(*  /|^  TBE CUMBERLAND NEWS;  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  ���������  ��������� WESTERN  CANADIAN  EDITORS ���������  : ������_        i  w  t  w  t  w  A Series of Articles Describing  their Lives, their Alms and  Their Influence.  i  No. 24.'  ARTHUR 8. BARTON  *������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ARTHUR .8. BARTON  Editor and Proprietor of the  Boisse-  .   vain Recorder.  sk'ady side of forty, and there is a  wise old English proverb about not  being able not to teach old dogs new  tricks. He was venturing into a business success in which demanded  qualities of energy and training such  as but few men not bred up in the  business possess. No i more conclusive proof of Mr. Barton's possession  of wide knowledge, shrewd judgment,  and quick adaptability can be cited  than that, under his management, the  Recorder .conunenced its career of  present growth "'"and success.  Today the Boissevain Recorder ia  recognized among newspaper men  as   a   bright,   newsy   local   sheet.  I Tho harder you cough, tho worse  the cough gets,,  ���������Shiloh's  Consumption  Cure ffitr*  ls guaranteed to cure. If It  doesn't benefit you, the druggist  will give you your money back.  Prices: S. CWsitsftCo. 8M  25o. 50c. II XeRoy, N.Y., Toronto, Can.  The Secret of Happiness.  The man who can drill his thoughts,  so as to shut out everythf-ag that is  depressing and discouraging and see  only the bright side even of his misfortunes and failures, has mastered the  secret of hapiness and success. He  has made himself a magnet to draw  friends, cheer, brightness, and good  fortune to him. Every one is pleased  to see him. His presence is like a  sunbeam on a dul day. There is np  accomplishment, no tpuch of culture,  no gift which will add so much to the  alchemic power of life as the optimistic habit���������the determination to be  cheerful and happy no matter what  comes to us. It will smooth rough  paths, light up gloomy places, and melt  away obstacles as the sunshine melts  snow on the mountain side;���������Success  Magazine.  While the majority of western editors are young���������some of them, indeed,  so young that elsewhere than in the  West they would be junior clerks or  apprentices���������there are in Manitoba  and the Territories some who are old  both in years and experience. The  ���������BtTenTiUus-tirfles-of'-the-'West-make'Old  men of .young ones fast, but there are,  in the newspaper business���������which is  proverbially a profession; of and for  young men���������some who modify and  temper its exuberant vigor by an infusion' 'of moderation and caution.  Among the men who contribute-.these  desirable characteristics^ without in  any way lessening ^tiie iniative and  vim which are perhaps the most distinguishing features of western journalism, few would be sooner accorded a place, by universal consent,  than Arthur s.. Barton, oditor of the  Boissevain Recorder.,  Mr. Barton is forty-seven years of  age, having been bor,u in 1857. By  birth ho is an. Englishman, his early  home being at Bromborough, Cheshire. He remained In England until he was twenty-three years of age,  and In the interval before coming to  Canada ho hnd a wide variety of experiences, all of which proved of value  in widening his horlaon and begetting  thoso qualities of adaptability tho  possession of which is one of the essentials of success in tho early days  of any country's development.  In 1880 Mr, Barton determined to  como to Canada; and located at Mea-  ford, Ont.    Ho remained there, on-  gaging in farming for a year. Those  were tho days in which the eyes of  Eastern Canada wero turned towards  ��������� tho West. Jt was tho era of the Canadian Hejlra, when whole communities  In Ontario trekked for tho boundless  prairies of the West, whero the sons  of the mon who had hewn out farms  from tho primeval forest dreamed of  farms mlle-wMe, and of tho easy tillage of tho leaguo-long furrow.   The  westward boom struck Meaford, and  ono of the llrst to listen to the Bpoll  of tho West was the young English.  man who a year before had arrived  from acrosB tho Atlantic. Ho stayed  not at Winnipeg���������then In the begin-  ning of that world-famous Inflation of  land values, tho collapse of which It  took ten years to recover���������and right  through to the then llttlo,known dls-  trlot of Turtlo  Mountain, Horo bo  took up a farm, and shortly became  ono of tbo most prominent and respected rostdents ot tho district, Mr.  Barton  proved  himself a successful  farmer, and .after twenty yearB of active agricultural life, was enabled, in  1001, to rotlre with a competence.  Tho oditor of tho Recorder thus adds  anothor to tho almost Innumerable instances of men of industry and ability  who, though with no previous agrtcul-  turrfl evp**H������Ti-''������ hnvo noYilovod a sue.  cm* that In a few years has placed)  them In independent   clrcuniBtanctis,  wholly through the soil wealth and  fertility of the pralrlo Holds of the  West.  Whon, somo three years ago, Mr.  iini-toi. luUittd rioui active farm work  ���������though he still retains largo farm-  vlng interests���������he hogan to look  around for an occupation to which he  could devote his tlmo. The local Conservative paper, the Recorder, was in  need of reorganisation, ond Mr. Barton decided to Interest himself: In tho  concern, and undertake tho manage-  mtmt of thc paper, and aco If ho muld  not duplicate, In the realm of Journal-  Ism, the success he hnd mado In the  department of agriculture. The ox-  periment was obviously ono of somo  risk.    Mr. Barton was well on tho  bearing on every page evidences  of careful editorial work and attention to mechanical details. Its  local columns are replete with /items,,  of interest;' its ' editorial opinions,  though frankly Conservative, are moderate and fair in tone, and its advertising patronage attests the esteem;  with which the merchants,of the vicinity regard it as a means of disseminating their business announce-,  ments. Taken for all In all, the Bosse-  vain Recorder is a good representative of Western journalism' outside  the cities and big towns. That it  should be what it is, in view of the  previous lack of experience of its  proprietor is. as said before, the beat  of all possible testimony to his ability and adaptability.  Mr. Barton will leave his mark permanently on the district in which he  has resided for twenty-three years  other than by his successful farming  and his successful conduct of a coun-'  try paper. Before leaving England  he spent five years in an architect's'  office in Manchester, and he has, dur:  ing his residence in Manitoba, de:  signed many churches, schools, residences and business blocks. He is a  prominent member of the Church of  ���������Engla*fldr-ancHs~lvnown-far-and-wide-  as an active promoter of "all in the  line of clean, wholesome sport. He is  a broad-guaged, public-spirited citizen,  whose substantial success in everything he lias undertaken is acknowledged by all as hut the fitting reward of his own ability and energy.  The Flagging Energies Revived.-*-  oonstant application to business is a  tax upon the energies, and if there be  not relaxation, lassitude and depression are sure to Intervene. These  come from stomachic troubles. The  want of exercise brings on nervous irregularities, and the stomach ceases  to assimilate food properly. In this  condition Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  will be found a recuperative of rare  power, restoring the organs to healthful action, dispelling depression, and  reviving the flagging energies.;  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  A Wide Sphere of Usefulness.���������The  consumption of Dr. Thomas' Electric  Oil has grotvn to great proportions.  Notwithstanding the fact it has now  been on the market for over thirty-one  years, its. prosperity is as great as  ever, .and -the demand for jt in* that  period has very greatly increased. It  is beneficial in all countries, and wherever introduced fresh supplies are constantly asked for. ,  , Amy���������Is it true that Miss Fadleigh  intends to elope? Blanche���������Why, yes,  and I hear that she is going to send  out cards, announcing the elopement.���������  Chicago Inter-Ocean.  DON'T THROW AWAY MONEY  - Orienstern and southern nursery stock that  will kill the first winter, but send a post card  'ftiriour catalogue of trees that will grow in  ���������Mahitoba- and fhe Territories.   Apples, crabs,  im*}, small   fruits,   ornnmentel  trees   aud  (mbsj. perrenial plants, etc,   i  ���������^���������BljCHANNAN'S NURSKRIES,  ST. CHAELES, MANITOBA  $100 Reward, $100.  Therendorof this paper will be p'eased t*  learn that there is at least one dreaded dlsetM  that solonce hns been ablo to cure in all ill  stage*., and thnt is Oatarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cur* is thfliinly positive cure now know to tbl  medical frnlornfty. ''atarrti bolng a oonstltni  tonal disease, require" a constitutional treat'  ment, Hull's Cnlnrrh cure is taken internal  It, -ictliifj- dirootlv upon the blood and raucoui  furfaoes of the system, iherby destroying tin  foundation nf tim disease, and civlnir tbe patient strength by building up tbe coustitu*loa  and asststi-i-r niituro in doing its, work. Th#  proprietors hnvn so much faith in, its ouT-m-re  powers that thoy offer Ono Hundred Dollars  for any onse thai it fails to euro,  Send for list  * ^JJdrtS P, J. CHENEY. Toledo, Ohio.  Sold br al Drumrtots. We. .    ,  Talc* Hall'i Family PilU for eoutipatiws  Canon McAlpine recently delivered  an address to Irish unemployed at Clif-  den, County Galway, declaring that  people would be fools to starve "so  long as fat sheep were grazing on tho  hillside or sleek klne wore browsing  on tho plain," A fow nights afterward  a humorist stole all his reverence's turkeys, nnd left a note thanking him for  the hint,  A Plentnnt duty*-'*wh<*n i know  anvttainu worthy <-f recommendation I consider it my duly to loll.'ie ,ms Bj*'"-  Murdock. of Ilambur-j, Pa. - * ���������?'��������� AjEfi*'!  flatnrrluil Powder has curod me ot cntBtrli or  flvo ynnru stiinilliis*. It ���������**, cortalnly mweal in  its offoot, Tho firm application benottted me  in five niiuutes."-!*0 cents,   Lord Derby has lectured tho Empire  League on Us ignoranoo regarding tho  size of tho Dominion. Statistics may  be eloquent, but tho dnly road to knowledge is tho road across tho continent.  We know whit all good doo  tori think of Ayeri Cherry  Pectoral. Ask your own doctor and find out. -He will tell  r Cherry  (Pectoral  you howlt quiets the tickling  throat, heals the Inflsmed  lungs; and controls the  hardest of coughs.  WuMt, pittlm., Ori.  uU.,io*iiL**..Mtl  utian  atkWLm ter mJiaajim  Hard Coughs  Pinto  Shell  Cordovan  entoffJSTplllijt bedtimewil  haetonA-Voovery._ Gently laxative,  UiedlottBXMlt^GloT**  ���������ad Moeeaiiai���������tou|% u whale*  bone, flexible, eoft-pliablt, tcortfc*  fr-tof, wind-prooi boll-prtot  crack-proof, taar-proof, rip-pre-d,  cold-proof; almort weu-proof���������  ewtolnlj tha greatnt lttthtf  tvtr uied li mltti and glora.  like buekikla it ii tanned  without oil, ���������anUke buekikla ll ll  not porous, It ii vind-proof���������i*Hll  outwear three tmcViWnt.  "Plato" ilitti and Olorm  ���������evil track ������ harden, atvtf |tf  loddan, artalwi-fi warm, pliable  ���������oft and comfortable,  gold at all dtalen but nerer wltb������  ont thli brand i���������  H.B.K  HHAND  HUDSON BAUNinWfl Ct.  iMtrul   WHUmI   Isisss I  The New Way  to make Bread  Send for the "Royal Household" Recipes���������  thty cost nothing���������xmd may mean .bettef  bread���������better pastry���������better baking generally for the rest of your life���������think of what  that would mean to your family. If you  have never used the new Royal Household  Flour, there is a delightful surprise for you in  the first batch of bread you bake witi it-T  just send a postal card for the recipes.  Nakiamo, B.C., Nov. 35th, 1904.  I have been making bread Tor nearly  twent-five years,  and Royal Household  Flour Is the best I have bad for either  Bread or Pastry  (Signed)       MRS. ROBT. ADAM.  THE OOILVIB FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LTa  MONTREAL.  The dose is one, just one pill  at bedtime. Sugar-coated,  mild, certain. They cure  constipation.       t^ihVSuSi:  KSZ^L^M DYE  aoeantiiui Drown or nco DiacK^^  If it is a Question of Warmth use |  EB. EDDY'S *-���������  BUILDING PAPER   It Retaina Heat and Kccpaont Cold.       '<_���������__  TTrite for  Samples  and Fricei,  TEES & PERSSE, Limited.. Agents, Winnipeg.  The United States Government is  quite justified in asking the Russian  Government to send back to San Francisco tlirep Russian officers who broke  their parole and went home. They  were part of the crew o������ a war vessel  which is to lie at San Francisco till  after the close of the war. The breach  of parole is not merely an insult to the  United States Government, but an injury'to all prisoners of war, whoso lot  is frequently ameliorated by being allowed freedom on giving their word  of honor not to escape,  IT CURED  HIS SON  Vlr. Geo. Pratt, of "Clarkson," Ont.,  I������ Grateful to Dr. 8locum, nnd  Writes the Great Specialist In  Flattering Terms of the  Famous Remedy.  PSYCHINE  {PRONOUNCED SI-KlttO  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  On account of legal difficulties in the  way of marrying his deceased wife's  sister, an Englishman recently made  with her a stormy ocean voyage to  New York, where they were married.  Thoy set out on thoir return to their  own land on the next steamen  FauHy  Kidneys.- na��������� yon bscif.  aoboT Do you fool drowsy 1 Do yonr limbs feel  iiuiu'v? nnvo yon troquent honiinchesl; nave  yonfaiH'tvf vision I Hovo you dizz** fooHnsrl  Are you deprossoil? Is your f-kin dry? Hnve  you a tii-Pd fooliug? Any of thoso slffiis prove  kidnoy disease. Experienced has provod that  South Amorleun Klduoy Cure novor fails.���������fl  Absolute freedom and complete amnesty are the demands of Russian revolutionists, When, war no longer unites  discordant elements the tribal spirit  of patriotism is decidedly weak.  "PSYCHINE  tO NIC,"  18    A    WONDERFUL  ���������Says Mr. Pratt.  Mr, George Pratt, a farmer, Clark-  Bon, Ont. writes 1  "PSYCHINE is lndood a wonderful  tonic, Two yoaru ago my son WUbert  was run dovtn, thin und omncintod, We  thought ho was going into decllno, and  we feared for bis Bafoty during tho winter months. Often 1 thought he'd  never see twenty-one, Ho sufforod  much with Coughs and Colds and  Pains in the LungB. Fortunately I  procured PSYCHINE for him, and with  the usual good results. To-day- my  son works hard with us on tho farm,  and If anything ls moro ablo for it  than any of us,  DR. 8L0CUM'8  GREAT TONIC  Psyohlne is pronounced tti-keen  For sale by all druggists at fl per  bottle, For further advice and Information write or call at Dr. eioctim,  Limited, 170 King street West, Tor*  onto, Canada. ,  TRIAL BOTTLfc FR1K  Sleeplessness.���������When the nerves  are unstrung and tho wholo body given  up to wrotchodnoss, when the mind is  filled with gloom and dismal forebodings iho result of derangomont of tho  digestive organs, Bleoplossess comes  to add to the distress, If only the  subject could sloop, there would be  oblivion for a while and temporary relief. Parmelee's Vogotablo Pills will  not only induce sleep, but will act so  beneficially that tho subject will wake  refreshed and restored to happinesB.  Husband (houso hunting)���������Do you  think, dear, wo can got our piano  through this door? Wlfo���������I wasn't  thinking no much ot the piano as I  was of my now hat.���������Life,  Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhere  A Norwegian Inventor has discovered n way to sound doop places In the  hob without the uso of a lead. It Is dono  by electrical waves, and a mossago ls  sent down through tho wator and ro-  bounds from tho liottom In somo way,  1 I'm depth imtng touml from Uiu Umo  lt takes tho waves to travol down to  tho botom and back.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  [Superfluous Hair  Removed hy the New Principle  ������*31Hracfa  BleetrolyiU, X-ray or depilatories aN  offered you oa Ihe bare word of tht  uptretois mil u-t.uuUcU-*te, S X  MinACtl! \a not HU the titdymaihei  which la indorsed by pbysieians, str*  feona, deraatologiita, tntdioal lenraali  and prominent maguines, Booklet will  will be senl fret, ia plats, aaeh  envelope.  Your money back wtthont qntttttt if  It .'Alls to do all that is claimed lea It.  DO MltUOUfi nailed, tailed la  plain wrapper, on rtfielpt of $1. VTrite  for it today to DE MtttACLB OBEVT.  I0AL CO., fit Qciw Sninr War,  ToaoHio, or  ������*W*NlWR8rftir  nw TORONTO. ONT. _____  w im u No eaa V -  ��������� I  * +***" ���������"**��������� *** **IMT!.H1?!  --4.-V  ��������� ��������� m**^^a*^'i\ia,n**t*m*m*4m  SPECIAL  ���������"���������"���������W-r-JWB--*'***^^  \T THE CORNER CASH STORE  We will have onr Large and .Well fiig'hted addition open  and .filled with the finest stock of few Dry'floras in the district.' '   ' We will offer, Saturday and the following lOdays,  BARGAINS  that i^hould induce e-very Man, Woman and fiiiM to visit our  Store during this Sal p.  15 OASES  New Spring Stock to be opened this week.     Space m\& not  allow of a list of thena hut they .contain everything in the way  of SPRING DRY -GOODS,   Cp/ne and see m.    VWe will he  pleased to show our stock whether you wish to buy or n,ot.  See Bills For Particulars and Prices  are  manufactured.for   men  ���������!������������������..      ' I I    ..    ���������  J    ' .     ��������� I  who  require boots fo,r set*-  *        '-.������������������>��������� -j"  vice and  rough-and-.tumble  boys, whose parents find -itJ  almost impossible tp -,l>e;ep{  their feet covered,     P,^y(  are   a^    N9.    'f   leather,:  honestly    ma.de,    and  will'  give  in������nil*,e     .satisfaction.  Thousands wbro J^aye wprn  them /say   that   thev  are  almo.^t i^on^J^  Asjjp ygur ;t<jleaJ$r to* show  thero t|o^.u.    .I^e ^oijld  not l$y$- fh&K*> |ei"\d  his  nanve t-9       .  ������������������SrmiAi PRi?m.  Victoria, Day is approaching buu J Best Rose, in bloom, named.  so far no preparaiiohh  bavt?" been  'made to arrange the usual yearly  "sports.   'The attraction of tho day  "however should be'the  Public and  Hlgf $chool Obiidre'ns 'Exhibition.  % large number of young folks are  doing their utmost In preparing ar-  'tj[cllest6: be'exhibited:   A' number  of people who are not inte*4������ierf* in  Resisting to provide'ihe much needed requisites for the School will enjoy an outing in the country, but'it j  Is expected that enough citizens of  WlkJaBses will do every thing possible to hfiake the day a. successV  -Through'iKe courtesy of Bund 'Mat*-  ^^rdock'-ty^  4uitablfi uiuuic; which, with a School  ktodrens.' parade Will do much 'to  Wiven the1 days* proceedings.     A  'few public Bpirited   perform  have  'donated prizes to be competed for  unojer the''special prize list".   The  fremainder will be provided from  parjt'of'th'e proceeds received at the  door, the balance to be handed to.  jKeSecty. of the School Board  to  purchase black-boards, seats  and  0tim necessaries.    All mothers a e  earneHiy desired to encourage and  assist  their  children   in   sending  flpe^imens   of   tlieir   own   labour.  4'hal the gjrls should be  taught  those things that conduce tp comfort  i'nd cleanlinespisof vital importance  no-t only to them a d their families  but to tlie community..,  It is to be  hoped 'thai tlio duy is not fur distant  ���������jyh'.'n our Schools will   he libit* to  bo'iBt of a manual training' (k-piu't-  ment for i-oyw, ah'fl a iliiujotitlc o'-i-  Hnce clow for |*iri.fj,    Nine u-iuhs of  our Hoys wili have  to gain  their  'livelihoi'jd by'phyi'ioul labor, there)-'  fora ii is important that during iheir  short school period they should be  taught to think, form  sound, dvio  Ideals, learn to use their hands and  eVea, and became accustomed   to  hobHe'ojoider and industry.   Thia  is applicable to every community on  X\\6 continent.   For our girls of today may we say thnt there are too  buny "drawing-room  daughters"  ahfj' "HCqhen   mothers" .   Every  aebond, girl wants to bo a school  teuchor' or a nurse but fow ever  think   of  making  house keeping  their rrtmn* of oarninu; a living.  \?\\c.c \>\r\ - ii ro  nr fortii*1 n <-ly b.n!  yvnh Hu; ful-i. itl-'i������ in ml, houHi w< vk  mako-i 'nem ii-*Mi u������.-,* oi������ tlit- n-t-ciul  island isdegrttding;nmlgro������ l .blame  rt to be a M no heel to tho mot hit who  reai-H her child with audi ridiculom*  itlea-*, and it would not he amiss to  say that nine tenths of the women  who have tajum  up  nursing  and  teaching for aproftysion would find  them*H*lve-- in the   (-pher������ thai Ciod  ordained thuo   fur if they devoted  their valuable time to cooking and  kitchen work,  thus   tilting   them,  i'elveii for* good wives and mothers.  Priza to be  donated by Mrs Partridge. '''  Best Fuchsia, "Prize by *^.B. Anderson,  Bfsi Handwriting, Prize by J.B.' "Beunet. j  Boy's beat collection;   Cash,   or  valu-j   of  .$2 50 by T.H   Carey, /  Girls' best collection; Cash or value of f*2.50 \  by Mrs T Whyte.   '     V'���������   '  Best    loaf  of brown bread,  prize,  Mrs I  Anderson.  Bo.^t Darning, pri-ie  by Mrs   Anderson.  Best I bati^uholes, priza by A Anderson :  Best potted plant, * s named on printed  ist, $I.oo, 2nd 50c.  'J' ��������� -    '   "  i '*'  Bouquet ol Wild flowers, Book.  "'       "   Cultivated   flowers.     Book.  N-stive ferns, Pma   by   Mrs   Partridge  j. mm, &, Ltd.  MA^IIJFAGTyREiRS PF  -" LECP BOOTS"  vAivcoyyER   b/g  -fir^]t;0 SALE  '���������ASS  WEINBOBB'S  All our gcods \vill 5be sold at-maniUifecturer^  prices, for we wouid rather leave goods with  you than .rnove it, as the ,sl,ore xwilJ he clois,e,d at  ti\e end of this rnonth.  <*  General ,Prevssgoods.  ,lioot8 and Sh<-et-,  Gents "Clo'hin'g,  Gents Furnishingp,  Youths & Hoys Olothinj*,  E'c    Etc.   Etc.   Etc    E'o.    Etc  Lad 1*8 and Misse<- Shpes  Cra.vanotie.for ^e,^ Won*-en And  .Children  Ladies G.wti^es  Lndies Skirts  Ladies Wnist.8, etc. .etc  .e^c   ele.  Don't miss this oppnrtnnil v and regret it after, R^ejts^ber pur f^tore  will be closed May 31st 1905  '*������.., ;L.w������������ri:t.*>. .i������-.     -i\..  TUxotTc ferns,   Book.  Vegtitaliles, 1st, $l.oo,  2nd. 50cts.  Loaf of white bread ^yeasi) $1    2nd .50otn  "    ������������������ brown   ���������'       '������������������ '  $1 2nd50cw.  Spongecake,     50ots.  Layer     "      50ors  Roll jelly cake,     50cts.  4 Potatoes boiled in nkiua, $1  2nd Soot-  Sam pio of mixed houie-maae candy,   $1  2ud Soots. ;  Best Kitchen Apron,    81.oo    2nd OOots-  4 Buttonholes,   $1   2nd SOots  Clothespin bag, *Jl   2nd 50ots.  Kettle holder,   50ot   2nd 25ot  Wool stocking or aook darned, 91     50o,  Merino   ������'      ���������'   ������'      o      gi     50ot.  Sofa pillow,       $1.50   2ud75ota.    -  Doily,       $l.oo 2nd   50ots,  Toilet aovxr. 75o 2nd iiOo.  Samples of   HueKt-hRok   darning, ^5'jts  Hi'iiiHtiUihed H.dkf, Prize by Mrs Pt-uouy.  Bust, drt-M-iod poll by child Syrnaud under $1  MliU    ij\ii.. .  (.'rav-i-iif- in Pen-'il, Ink, Crayon, Sopiit or  Water colors,   .?l.on     'Lil fiQo.  V/.iodOitrvinj, SI 2ml 50o,  .'ivifHiiJ, uutliued, TriZB by Mr Beuuot, 1st,  dl 2nd 150c,  Mips, colored, $1 2nd OOo,  Photographs,    Cumberland   or   Comox  oenery, Portraits, 1st $2 2nd $1  GUN CLUB,  May 8th  T Bate, 12 A; J Hor bury, 7 A; T  Hudeon.U A; H Mol-hee/ll A; T  Pikot, 0 A; IS Skinner, U A, #  1'ickard, 6 A; L Pikot, ������ A; 1? Rum-  say, 11 A; 0 H'Ft-chneV, lOA, P  Parks, 12 A; S Shore, il A; E Ktiide,  11 A;-M Morgan, 10 A;C'Grant, 11  A;  .1 HorhnrM; OH K������K*h������ior.5j T  Hui's'in, 4; H Alt" Plu-e,'J; If llutii-  ������ay,7jT Piket, 5; E Emdn, '2; L  Pikot, 0; C Grant, lj  HOSPITAL    MEETING,  The monthly meeting of the hospital Board took placo Saturday  mvfnint'. Prowil. r*roa. Ahr-trm,  Vice. Prof. L. A. Monur*-������,) Oiri-nu'rn,  McKni|{ht, Horhnry, Ripley, McDonald, Roe and Sec. Dalby.  Minuu-B lend atid adopted.  Oush rafJi'.'VinJ:���������-Gov't, chcqtir,  Persons desirous of ohtp.ining in- / ������b������n.i������>; wok tuna, Wi 2d; fp'roni  ���������   ���������   "���������  * "!j(Jt. j patients, $23 60. Total $766.10  Accounis;���������C J Mooro, Giocitric*-,  fact that the Alexand.ru  Ward was  being continually ...u.-ed^nr   i^utsid.e  pa ipnts, while in the ma(in hospital was .a'larne ward ''monopolized by  ���������.wo Chinese.     H.e sugw-fit-jcl tli.-ft *a  small wing be addi-d for a phihes^  w'at-d, and that a morgue  he b.-iill.  Mr Mc Knight ,corr,l)0:rated 'the������������������.���������$$  tement that the Alexaiviii-jV, .Vyiii'd  was   being   UFed   continjually  ior |  .patients--not in the employ  of  i^e |  \VC Co, which was coiiTraf-y^uTthe  agreement with the --Medical Bpn^d.  After much discussion a committee  was appointed to see into thje ffiHttpr  of a wing, and also tlie q-jeslJO.u ,of  repairs and  fencing  aji(|  cle^arjna I  the lot.   Messrs Mo.unoe Mc Knj'g^it '  and Mc  Donald being ap-pnar.ecl.  Matrons report was  read   I^o of  day's treatment, 3-92.   4pr|l ^o of  patients 22.   A.recummenjcjation to  raise the orderly's  wages to f l������.op  per mnnih was considered, -^nd the  raise was mude.   Also a reolmimi  empoweiing the Matron to purpha-e  towels etc.  Mciting Adjourned  Wanted  Young Men of Special  Ability  There is a i! "iuhikI, far in excess of the  supply, lor yoiu*n men of special .tbiliiy.  Iiis et|U!illv i'i11-' 'hat there is a supply,  f,u* in i-s-*(*'*s ii< iii,������ demand, of youn-,'  men of average ability. He tlmt belongs  tn the tatter class can nevjr hope to com  muriwl a larger s-i arv than any of his kind.  His employer is independent ol'bih- ser  vices, because hi* place can be filled, at  an hour's notice, from tlje army of avpiv  age young men always lookup for work  On tlae other hand, lor the young man  of special ability, aiul wj-jo citn do one  thieg and do it well, many lin*'situations  am open. -    ' '  The business of t|ie I, Ci S, is to convert average young men into young n)cn  of special ability, ThriM^gh one jf our  many Courses, young men can obtain  special preparation for success in tIt,eir  cliosen profession. Good habits nre ric-  qiiired and money saved' by speiidjpg  evenings .it home,} ind the iwcreuscd value nf the Schools' servires is <pr*i;iin to  secure recognition ���������iiiuVlv,inf-cincnt.  B 8,   WEINROBE.  VENDOME BLOCK C.UMJIERJ.ANJI B.C.  Victoria PHOENIX  BEER  No Better Lager Brewed In America.  The Oldest Established Brewery in British Columbia.  ���������offices    Victoria g. Q.  ft  oyal Barfk op Carjada  'Capital (paid up),.,  "Reserve Fund. ...  Undivided Profits,.  "Tr������"^ N'N"Y~PffE3t������rT*ST.T   $3,000,000   .3,000,000       302,743  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND, .'   :  S&ptfg-jJ 'Bs-tnk Department:���������Depoaite nf ������l and uy>vnr .* ���������-.���������cfiived ;   Iutt r*jai ������l- ,   '' ''���������',  lowed ait purre<-'t rata-i, compuiiti.Ujd civioti etch year oa 30:h Juno and 3l.ic Di'ijfeinUop.   *  "Qrafts ouajl points boui'hb aud sold. ,-..-.������ ���������  ;     -V      A.W.HYNDMAN, MANAaE^-S;vi||^  'O^FffCiG'liOTJU?   10 fco 3;    Saturday 10 to 12; op������u   IV, N.u'hN 7 ft.m. uVa.-juV"'   '""'' "  "l1.1 ! ' '���������������������������,^,WW*'I**"************************JM*1 '" ���������������-������������������-���������������i���������i������������������������������������im  metl'fwl f)f teauhinas tif the Schools, I  Isooii piiljed'-jthfuUjgn, ���������  Th'j ttjsib Dksancl bound'vol urnes  tljey'gjyh wjih tlieir Courses I cons-id' r 'mde-'pHnHih)e iii my library.  ���������^|p>'nc|al|y J consid-y- my course  tp tykyp mid. m^ 100 times over,  Sigped  (Ztio. Wilkinson.  ������������������WWilliDiil. ii.i mill���������1������������������l������������������  A rpwan'j} uf One l*������in,dred Dollars,  ($100) will he paid hy the ("urpor-  ation nf the City of Cnniherland  and a fltrt-hcr sum of jji'25 will he  pa*nl by Andrew i\[\\\t>l for information lending to th{? pflnvjetion of  thepnptyor pttrtio** y/ho willfully  set nre to the ViM-idnqpe flotel on  the morning of April, g|st  Bv Order,  fv. W.NvWSiP. M. C.  T. W. Martlndale, Agent  Mr Mnrtindnle.  Vioioriii, U.p.  Naimimo. B, C5.  15 March 19,05.  tornmtion concorn^nR wmk connect  *?d with I ho forthcoming exhibition  nitty uppl.v to M������������������UmeH pollis, Pea-  cey. P'irtrid������e, T. Whvte, 1-JilWnie,  \\'m McKnigbt aud Messrs Ih-nhet  rind Cufev. A number of lftdie������  hr������v<; Hindl.v signiiifd iheir intontion  to puce cutios, r������'!ic*>, pictures nnd  {leirloopmon exhibition so ns to increase the inteie-tt of the fxhihition  Below is appended the lilt a I no f|>tci  1) fSS ty'r  $77.07; W Mckny. Meat, ������2l.������r������; S  JPn*rcv,Milk, $050; M Woods,  VepotHhlf-s, $ooo; T K Hale,   $1 .no  bttlariiw:���������- Matron, $40.oo; Miss  McOuut, $20; Mi.^s Austin, $10;  Cook, $2b\ Oiderly. $16; Wmhiiig,  $3; Klectrip Ijgh ,$5; Witter, **}l2o;  Mis-4 CiirUtiiiiis,, $"i0.  Uef������rn*d to Finance pom mit tee.  Mr Rifiloy callpd nttftntion ������o ih������������  '3 hnvp, grp,nt pjcasurp in  recommending the courses of ulqdy  in the I. C. 8. to any ambitiouH  pursons, who dwdrn to further tlieir  ktiowImW. antl ittcieuso iltei'r unla-  rins. They nro put in B'icb Mmple  form thnt the very Consent may  unders and thero  I enrolled in the Cp|**iplfttft C911I  MinitiR Cou 1 so, and a very short  time after I ���������jaof-ed 'or' Firfboss: I  continual nty studio ai'4 a y������ar  ngo had the wuit-fHCiitin of taking  the Fir������ Clnss Certillcate for B. 0  (Mine Manxtcei).  I hnd otily a United education  when I utmrtrd with mv courw, hu������  1 thanks tu the simple and thorough  NOTICE I.S������llKI<EUYqiyEN that  it is my intention to apply to the yepflce  Commissioner!- for Cqmo**.' D}ijt*-ip|., on  the ijth of Jufie, next, (prr the  trinsfer of thc Hotel !.ic$nce of the  Rivemide lfoiel situate nt Conftcniiy, p.,p  from myself tn Andrew CliHilei* Mun'intJi*  Thomas F08i;kr, Appl|cf������n|.  Uaied at Ctimberlai*il B.C, \\\\t, \ty\i d,,T.y  of A|)|'il 1905  CU"V1BER1,A.'P  Meat Market  Choicest lyie^t^  .Supplied at Lowetit Ijf-trkfit P^loei  Vegetables  A Great Variety will  always bt  in ���������took ;  alio, a tpM^oly of  Fresih Fish  will be ou Balr* eyery Wednf������d*-y  Y������ur ijfttr-rtiaj-e ii oorttlallj* invito   r^i4  ���������II ordtni will be promptly iieliv*red.  A  Fair  Trial  is jllxj -wrs JLSI&  JUST iu.chanee to show >ou that  we a'^oys pltnt*eoijrcustome)**(  by suppJyinp; them uitii Ihe HKST  MEATS at_ the lowe.-t market  prices. A trial order will conviucg;  you.  THE  CITY     **  Meat   Market,  W. W. McKAY, Proprietor,  Fletcher Bro3t,  Dealer! m High-grade  PIANOS w  ORGANS  Tim   iv lubratHii   Gkkhahu   HKtwrzMMf,  ^lii-juKUHHOHN mid WtLUAMU piano ,  From  $300 up.  .....J'KHM8TQ8yiT   if, H,, *%t%Uh  Itocel, t\f*n\,  JfuKt raceivetl at C. II. TarbrfPa 9,  ftne nwu'tiuent ol new ftiea  for  ! t?ot;t fl-hipu,  JtMcPheeiSon  TQ 0*0 RK JL GOLD IN ONE DAT.  Wk tiAXATlVB HROMO QUTNIN8/TatA  AM liniggiiU refund Ui������ phuwv if il  \������t������  (ai> in oure.      E. W. Qrovt'a lignMare li  oa ������r^ob box,   SOo.  ft Uoboh HunRarlan Flour, $1*78  IHCk.  Nupier A Partridge.  ��������� - -mmawjt]MMammaammmmmmaymxam  Hnute Lining *ro\   \,Vf(l  Paper   *\  fhff.ij* lohn't.


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