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Array '���������������  ?  CUMBERLAND I  ;,-  TENTH, YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   B.C.   TUESDAY,  MAY 17, 1904.  ���������f-  1,  h  I*  WE   WOULD   GIVE   YOU  DUE  ���������-NOTICE   THAT   AT���������  Hi"*  ������  Store  WE ARE PREPARING FOR A GREAT  ODDjVIE^f  ��������� ��������� ���������  Fur  Next  SATURDAY,   PAY-DAY  "  . . * AND FOLLOWING WEEK.  ODDS and ENDS  Useful and Valuable Articles.  Thit have accumulated   through    all  kinds  of reasons,  some most     Ejp"  We intend making such Prices that  will   speedily effect   a   clearance.  ___  , ������(���������  *  IT WILL BE THE-  Biggest bargain Sale  -EVER HELD IN CUMBERLAND.  We  anr  LETTER TO THE EDITOR.  EARMARKING.  Editob Cumberland News.  ���������Sir,���������You may talk of the SPCA  in connection with branding aud  dehorning if you please, but as regards ear-marking the thing is  absurd., Any man of common sense  should know that the carving of a  s-xmli piece out of the thin edge of  an animal's ear hurts it no more  than a cut linger hurts a child, and  heals up again just as quickly.,  Why, I have marked yeariings at  ���������the stall, which merely dapped  their ears a little, and went on eating as if nothing had happened.  Ugly fly-infested sores t-ometimes  follow the use of the branding iron,  but never in ail my experience have  I seen an ill result from ear-marking. Of course I do not mean ear-  cropping, or cutting down into the  thick of the ear, wbich would be a  very different matter, and would  show extreme foolishness on the  part of the owner, as, quite apart  from the wickedness pf it. it would  be a hindrance to money-making  But if such cases occur here, they  have not come under my notice.  We in the Valley look upon the  Bridges' affair as a piece of uncalled  for officiousness,���������Yours truly.  E. Duncan.  May 14th.  fflT TO BE HELD ON OUR SECOND FLOOR.  IHd you ever slop to think  STANDS FOR ALL THAT IS  GOOD AND RELIABLE IN THE  Furniture : Trade*  pOR OVER 40 YEARS in the one line of htuAow  - of Furnishing Hoinei, and our oontrmual growth  provei our methods of ooaduotiug this but-tuess aro  eorreot.  LARGE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE  Mailed Free       Write for it at ono������.  WEILER BROS.,     Victoria, B.C,  J  COMPLETE FURNI8HER8.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied at Lovceit Market Frioei  Vegetables  A  Or-jut Vi-flnl-y w'll  alwaya he  In utock 5   Htlfin a, ���������n\>ply of  Fresh Fish  will bt on Bale every Wednesday  Your t-ffttroiMga (��������� oordially invited, and  all ordure will be promptly dellverod.  J, McPhee & Son  PROPRIETORS,  NOTICE.  I beg io inform tho publio that  on and after January let, 1004, my  busineeB will be strictly onsh, by eo  doing I oan give my Patrons better  ���������satisfaction.  T. H. CAREY, Tailor.  Top for quality, bottom for prices  10 don't make a mistake, but buy  your groceries from the Big Store.  Local and Personal  Referring to the above it is probable that prosecutions are   made  under   Sec.   512, Criminal Code,  which says that everyone is guilty  of ah offence and liable on sum  mary conviction to a penalty of  $50 oftoT tGlree~montH8~ TmpriioII**  ment,    with    or    without   hard  labor, wbo wantonly, cruelly, or  unnecessarily beats, binds, illtieatb  abuses, overdrives or tortures any  cattle, poultry, dog or domestic an  imal or bird."    The question of  whether this dow or does not, apply  ,, to marking ca'tlir's t-ars is one to  be argued in court by law niver:  and lawyers and not in the columns  of a m-wap-iper,'   If it does a ply  then the law must ttyp in.   It nut,  then Mrs Milligan's fine, impo-ed  for the'pit me offence some time ago  should promptly bereturned to her.  Th re should be no difference made.'  ���������Ed.  mytamrtwm-t*mmtt-V9^mamm^'jiemmmamm  WRESTLING MATCH.  The following is the programme  of th- match on May 24th. in the  Cumberland Hall. At 8 p.m. sharp  Jus. Slant and 0. Lippiat will give  a boxing exhibition, 5 rounds.  Then there will be a wrestling bout  between W. Hudeon and R. McNeil  Then the event of ihe evening will  01 line, T. Gay vs Adriun Raiijol,  will wrestle, catch as catch can,  boat two out of three fulls for a  prize of $200. Tickets are now on  sale at Peaoey's drug store. First  row is reserved for ladies and thoir  escorts. Admifsion, Ring side, $1.  Reserved seats, 75 ots.r Regular  seats, 50 cts.  NOTICE.  Next Tuesday being Victoria Day  the ���������'News" will be issued on Wednesday 251 h.  Mr J, Fulcher and wife are visiting Mr and Mips Denton.  Mr J. Thomson is visiting Grand  Forks in connection with Lodge  business.  Mr and Mrs Kilpatrick and family went on a visit to Nanaimo on  Friday last.  Dr Quinlan, dentist, will be in  town until May 17th only.  Go to the Big Store for men's,  youth's and boy's clothing, best all  round goodB at popular prices, large  selections.  Mr Von Cramer manager of the  Royal Bank of Canada, which opened on Wednesday last, accompanied  b Mrs ,Von Cramer, arrived here  last week, and registered at the  Cumberland.  FOR SALE:���������Gent's bicycles, apply at this office.  The Cumberland Coon Club will  give a benefit performance shortly  in aid of Mr J. Davies who has been  bed-ridden for some months.  For trunks, valises and bags, you  will find right and at moderate  pr ic'isat Simon Leiser's Big  Store  Mr Fred Nun ns, who h*s recovered from from his recent severe ill���������  ne=8f arrived here on Tuesday night  night and is visiting his brother  Mr L. Nunns.  Honest Value for every dollar ib  what you get atthe Corner Store.  Mr R.Jesse, of tiie firm of Wilson  Bros. Victoria, and W. W. Duncan  of Victoria were registered at the  Union Hotel last week.  Mr and Mrs Crosby whe were  guests at the Union H'>tel have returned to their home in Vancouver,  FOR SALE, an Eastman No. 3  "olding cartridge Kodak, complete  in leather case. Price $12, a,pply  at News office.  Mrs Wm. Matthewson of Comox  left for Seattle on Friday morning  to attend her daughter who is very  ill.  A Children's Song Service is being prepared by Mrs G.illespie, to be  given in Graca Methodist Church  on Sunday next.  Hosiery, underwear, wbilewear,  blouses, fancy lace collars, belt?.  All the fashionable novelties for  Spring and Summer now showing  at the Big Store.  Rev Mr Misener has been attending the annual meeting pf the Vancouver Inland Methodist Dinlrict  Association in Victoria and is expected home this week.  The  *JJ^of..".<-j$o>  CASH STORE.  MAY PRICES  FLAGS-ALL SIZES.  BRASS & SILVER POLISH  50ft. Rubber Hose, per ft... $0 09  Wall Paper���������2 rolls for....  0 25  1 90  1 doz. Tumblers (Glass)   0 70  0 35  1 doz, Soup or Dinner Plates  1 00  1 doz. Cup and Saucers, usu-  . ally ������old at$1.75, now...  1 50  0 25  0 25  Wash Tubs--75c, $1, $1.25. $1.50  ALABASTINE,  VARNISH,  STAINS,  Etc., Etc.  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE.  Cumberland  Frick, the photographer, will remain over for another week.  H. M. ti, Flora arrived in Comox  harbor ��������� last Friday, H. M. S.  Shearwater camo iu on Sunday,  Y*m oa nnot aivtx * batter present  to ft frinnd than a nice photo by  Frick.  Call and examine the cabinets at  Frick's gallery.  ���������Mr���������T.-Bate-has-heen-appointed���������  agent for the old firm of Fletcher  Bros., dealers in pianos, organs,  sheet music and folios, Columbia  gramaphones, &c. Mr Bate will bo  pleased to receive orders for, instruments and music ��������� including  standard songs and instrumental pieces. The popular two  step *' Nokomis" can be purchased  by leaving an order with him. Give  him a call,  Ladies skirts cheap at Davis'  Opposite the Drug Store.  Mr J. P. Watson returned from  Vancouver en Tuesd y evening accompanied by Mrs Watson whose  health has improved decidediy  since her stay at the Sanitarium..  Mrs Wa'son underwent four operations in one hour, the quickest on  record in Vancouver as Mrs Watson's condition was considered a  very serious one. Mr Watson is  loud in his praises of Dr, Hall for  the skill and cate bestowed upon  his wife during hor long aud serious  illness.  Photos at popular prices. Leave  your orders with Frick.  We are showing this week a large assortment of���������  widths���������  -   -   50c per sq. yd  Linoleums  In 6ft. and 12ft.  from    ���������  FLOOR   OILCLOTHS  In 3ft. and 6ft. Widths, from       -      -      35c. per sq. yd  Window Blinds  -In ail  Seed - Potatoes.  Early Rose,   Beauty of Hkhkon,   Buriunkb,   Floweiwai-m.  Ail Choice,   Hand Pioked,   Selected Stock.  The Sylvester Feed Co-, T*������ *is  87^89 YATES STREET, Victoria.  Shades  from  ���������ioc. each  100  Pairs  I.AOE   CURTAINS  From 50c to 35c per pair  iOO CARPET EM PS in i  , ������*  U 1, j  l;  jjth.i  .,-uur jriu,-, -jo-, /������,i.,  , -1.1 -i'i  Hiti  $1  ;���������*.'������  NAPIER  &   PARTRIDGE THE MULE AND THE MAN  Ths mule he la a gentle beast;  He's satisfied to be the least,  And so is man.  Like man, he may be taught some trickSi  He dqjjs his work from eight to six.  The miile, when he gels mad he kicks,  And so does man.  The mule he has a load to pull.  He's happiest when he is full.  And so is man.  Like man, ho holds a pat'or.t poise,  And when his work's dona will rejoice.  The mula he likes to hear his voice,  And so does man.   ..  The mule he has his faults, 'tis true,  And so has.mun.  He does some things lie r.nould not do,  And so docs man.  Like man, he doesn't yearn for style,  But wants contentment all the while.  The mule he has a lovely smile.  And eo has man.  The mule ls sometimes kind and good,  And so ia man.  He eats all kinds of breakfast food,  And so does man.  Like man, he balks at gaudy dress  And all outlandish foolishness.  The mule's accused of mulishnesa,  And so is man.  ���������St. Louis Globe-Democrat  0 <  IN THE PATHS*  By Joel McLeod  ���������*  For Excellent Ilensons.  Minister���������You seem to bo clad ta  have me visit your home.  Young Hopeful���������Yes, sir. Whenever  you come we have a bully dinner.���������Chicago American.  Two Tragedies.  George Clinton, the lawyer, rode  iflowntown-the-other-morning-wlth-:W',-  S. Jackson of the district attornej-'n  staff and B. B. Daggett, who la with  the Consolidated Telephone company.  Mr. Daggett sat in the middle. Ths  car was full. To keep up the conversation the three sometimes had to ralsai  their voices. So it happened that,  though the three afterward*- pled/jed  secrecy, the story is out.  "That was a terrible crime thnt  young fellow committed the other day,  Mr. Jackson," said Mr. Clinton, leaning past Mr. Daggett, "And to think  tbat the victim was his own father!"  "About the most depraved wretch I  ever heard of," called buck Mr, Jackson. On every face roundabout wns  a big question. Mr. Daggett looked  from oue side to the other. "What  happenedV" Ijo askod hi startled tones.  "Why, u yonns fellow took his father apart to toll Lilm something nnd  couldn't gel; lilm together again," wis  the shouted reply.  It is KtUcl Superintendent Bull nfler*  ward heard'tho story too.���������Buffalo '.Express,        >   IVamIiIii/-: Off (he Itiir.ntn.ii-.  England Js nJ'.va.vs glml to got nn������  othor cUL'-ei), but koijuHIiiios she poos  about it in a strango manner, accord-  iiiK to tlio h'|)i'iii'4lh;ld Ropubllt'iui, A  Bailor d-.-sorted from a nuns Ian battleship and joined nn English crow on a  faraway Inland. IIo told thoin Unit  lio wnu tired of tho rulo ot tho e:*nr  and wnnt-'d to become an English cltl-  ton. 'Ihey were et n loss how to tint-  urallxo him, but finally ouch ono throw  a bucket of wntor on him and so wuhU-  cd off tho Ilusulun.  If your blood Is thin and Impure, you are miserable all the  time. It is pure, rich blood  that invigorates, strengthens,  refreshes. You certainly know  Sarsaparilla  the medicine that brings good  .health to the home, the only  medicine tested' and tried for  60 years. A doctor's medicine,  ������*���������? ewernj m, wmurat ������mm, to Ati  ���������,"������?���������"���������*���������������"������������������ tt V ��������������� ���������������"���������*��������������� wonderful rti  ���������Im ii ������*e world far nirou-* ���������������, Mr nt* 11  **jrf&*___\i_i**afeK;-  BftAMfe     for '__������_{���������  Poor Health  ws:  *ttrwdo*m*of  t grtitly ������id tl  S5"BIB.  ������������������nipi  Copyright, 1903, by T. C. McClure -*���������  *��������� ' t  ������*���������> a <!��������� e -I- o <- ������ *��������������� o *!���������* ������ ���������M������ ������ <���������> e ������> ���������������������*������������ ���������������> t <*��������� a ������������������������  .Mrs. Hastings, dropped Into the hi;-  easy chair, with a sigh. The fire in tin-  library burned cheerfully. Beside-* it.-  ci-;n.'klin*j"the only sound'in the iiuiei  '.-���������.loin was that of the professor's pea sis-  it made its methodical way ovor tin*  paper. It was very restful, nnd sho  was so tired. She decided that this'  giving-of faculty dinner's wis a nuisance.  Presently she glanced at her husband. Lou.-? experience had taught him  that it was wiser to allow his wife to  begin a conversation on the day of a  faculty dinner party. So at this critical moment he deliberately capped his  fountain pen, put it in his pocket and  came over to the fire, stretching his tall  figure to its greatest length. As he  threw himself on the divan she began:  "Well!"  "How is it going, dear? Everything  ready?"  "Yes, John; I think so. I have just  put the last touches to the table. The  flowers came. They're lovely. You  were dear, John, to take so much trouble ordering them."  "Nothing gone wrong, then?"  "No-o; John."  "What made you sigh when you came  In?"  "Did I?" hypocritically. "Oh, noth  ing. Only I was just thinking."  "Thinking what?"  "Good heavens, John! This isn't a  'quiz.' I simply wanted your advice."  "My advice! Do I hear aright? I  know I am a tremendously wise man"���������  "Professor Hastings! Will you be serious, please? You see, it's a Question  of love."  At this he sat upright.  "Love! Have you turned matchmaker, Helen Augusta? Come over here  and tell me the whole story." And he  gently pulled her down beside him on  the divan.  "John, dear, don't you remember how  very attentive Professor Allen was to  "Elizabeth ParkerTasr. spring? fie took  SB  "On, Mlt.  ALLEN, TUM* IX, TUM IN I" BIIE  OWED.  lal' ovory whore. And," Impressively,  "this autumn no ono has soimi tli'-in together once. They quarreled over some  trlilo, nnd they're both too proud to  miiUo It up. They won't even apeak to  ouch othor,"  "How do you know all this?" interrupted ho,  "Why, tho night you woro nt tho  New Engliirif] Alumni nnso-'latloii bun-  quol he culled nnd rather���������well, you���������  rather coiitldcd lu mc"  "And you didn't toll me! Oh, woman, thy nnnio )s���������never mind whnt!  Then why In tin* world did you ask  thoin both to thin dinner If they won't  speak to each other?"  "Mrs, naming!- looked pityingly at  hor husband.  "You dear old stupid! Tonight is  the tlmo I hopo they'll mako up."  "Ob!" whistled John. "Ami whero  do I come iut i caul say, luouub I  am Allen's senior ou thu faculty;  ���������Speak to Miss Tarker, you pigheaded  monster! Prove to ber by words and  deeds that you lovo hor, or I will pro-  euro your dismissal,'"  "John, will you bo sensible? I Just  wnnt to bear your opinion of my  plan."  "I thought !t wasn't advice," murmured the professor of history meekly.  "You know Jean ts very fond of  Rllznbetb Parker. When I was up In  ilie nursery just now tbe child seemed  tVvorlsb, She bm ��������� cold. Sbe asked  me If 'Llibuir was coming and begged  THE ROAD TO HEALTH  Lies Through  Rich,   Red  Blood  And Strong Nerves.  Debility is a word that fairly expresses many ailments under ono  name. Poor blood, weak nerves, impaired digestion, loss of flesh. No  energy, no ambition, listless and indifferent. This condition is perhaps  the penalty of overwork, or the ro-  sult of neglected health. You must  regain jour health or succumb entirely. Them is just one absolutely  sure way to do this���������tako Di\ Williams' Pink Pills. Theso pills will  bring you new life, fill every vein  with rich, red blood, restore elasticity to the step, tho glow oil health to  the wan cheek; they will inspire you  with new energy and supply the vital  force ol mind and body.  There is not a corner of the civilized World where Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills havo not brought health arid  hope and happiness to some weak,  debilitated, despairing* person. If  you havo not used the pills yourself,  ask your neighbors and thoy will tell  you these statements are Holemn  truth. Mr. Charles Saulnier,"jjorber-  rie, N, S., says : "I was very much  run down and so weak I could hardly  work. It seemed as though my blood  was little better than water. I tried  several medicines, but I got nothing  to help me until I began taking Dr.  Williams* Pink Pills. It was simply  astonishing how quickly these pills  began to help m& and how much new  life and vigor they put into me. I  am a cook; by profession, and tha  fact that I was able to cook for fifteen men last Wintor is tho best  proof that the pills have made mo as  sound as ever I was."  There is no mystery about the  power of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to  put new life and strength Into you.  They actually make new blood, and  that Is why they cure all blood diseases, like anaemia, indigestion, liver  and kidney troubles, headaches and  backaches and the special ailments of  women. Through the blood Dr. Williams' Pink Pills feed and.steady the  nerves, strike at the root of nervousness, cure St. Vitus' danoe, fits, neuralgia, sciatica and partial paralysis.  All these diseases spring from bad  blood and disordered nerves, and  they have all been cured positively  and permanently by Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. Sold" by all mediclno  dealers at 50 cents a box or r,ix boxes  for &.50. or by mail from the Dr.  "���������.YU'iams' Medicine Co., Brockville  '*>>'.  The Japs are so confoundedly polite, too, even while they-''are .landing  on your solar plexus.  It i.v so hard to got-news from the  east that if the news agencies are not  careful, tho school histories will be  "scooping" them on this war,  Although China is to be neutral  territory, wise citizens of Pekin are  .buryiuu; anything that could possibly  be.construed as loot.  Admirals Togo ami Tto do not nc-od  an extra transport for thoir nniiics,  which may account for the mobility  ol the Japanese fleet,  li'issia -probi-ibly will do somethinc,'  whim it j.*-!*ts its second wind, if in  the nic-uinimc unconfirmed cumors do  not scare it to death.  Hus-sia is very short of doctuvs,  h'U'i'!!'; cnly nl-.-'ht for every ino,'**-"*'*'  iviluibitani.-j. Gveal Britain lias 1S0  for ihe s.-unio nun.tier.  While the .lapiMH'.m* are vo;rel:\rnns.  they iln nor oh'ee.i; to a l.llle Lear  meat on special occasions,  \\'h':)o   ''llitl'l'K   .illd'-'llKMlt   IfllJi   It     to  1'eiiinii,   r."iil!'i.ii,    iu   henri    counsels  the throw!!**-- of a flat-Iron.  Safety For Your Children  When a mother finds it necessary to  glvo luu- llltlo ono medicine slio cun-  not hu too careful ns to the romody  employed. The so-called "soothlin^"  medicines always contain poisonous  opiates, and theso should novor bo  plveii to a child. Stroiiff drills and  harsh purgatives should also Le  avoided. An Ideal modiclno for young  chlldi'on Is Baby's Own Tablets, -which  curo nil tho minor Ills of childhood,  awl Iho mother 1ms tlio ���������yuoruntoo of  ono of tho foremost analysts of Canada thut this medlclna contains no  ophite. Milton L, IJorsoy, M. A, He,  demonstrator In Chemistry, McGill  University, snys :���������"I lioroby certify  that I havo made a careful analysis  of Uivbyis Own Tablets which I personally purchasod In a drug storo lu  '���������Montreal, and said analysis has fall  od to dotect tho prosonco of any op  lato or narcotic in thorn." Analysis  In proof, therefore mothors Vnow that  fn nlving their llttlo ones Baby's Own  Tablots they aro giving them an a>b-  solutoly safo mediclno. Sold by all  drug-fists or mailed at 950 *, box by  writing tho Dr. Wllllamj Ifodlctas  Oo,, Brockville, Ont,  Colon has granted Japan tho right  to travorso Its country. f)0oronn  Htatusniun aro ovldently mind n-adors.  Prortrena.  Parke���������now is your little girl getting  on with her mu������lc?  Lniio���������First rate. I haven't been  borne much, but my neighbors aro beginning to speak to me ogaln.-Lifo.  me to ask her to 'wock Jean to s'eep.*  Elizabeth has a perfect fund of child's  songs that the baby loves. I thought  I'd telephone her to come a few minutes early. She looks simply perfect  with Jean in her arms, and by the firelight it will be a picture. Then when  Professor Allen comes I'll tell him  Jean wants him to kiss her good night  ���������he's devoted to the child���������nnd to go  Into tho nursery to see her. And then  ���������I hope for the best."  "My dear, what consummate tact!  What strategy! The way you marshal your forces is simply genius.  Hut." hastily, seeing Ids joklnK -vmi  going too far: "I hope it will succeed.  Allen deserves a ��������� nice������������������ wife', and sho  would mako one."  Three hours later the carriage bearing Miss Elizabeth Parker rolled noiselessly along College street. She folt  distinctly uervous. Professor Allen  would very certainly be thero. And  at the last faculty dinner, just before  commencement, she had given him the  rose from her hair, and he Liad said���������  As she stepped into the Hastings'  hall Mrs. Hastings called from the  top of the stairs:  "Come up, dear. How perfectly  sweet of you to come! I was afraid  you wouldn't get the message in time.  Jean will be delighted. Do go right  in. I have to see that John's tie ia  straight." And she disappeared through  a half open door.  Elizabeth on opening the nursery  door was joyfully welcomed by the  tiny Jean, who sprang into her arms  with a cry of delight and hugged her  close. Then she curled up contentedly  in Elizabeth's lap, murmuring, with a  sigh of satisfaction, "Sing 'Pick-a-hin-  ny.'"  The songs went on uninterruptedly  for half an hour. Then the carriages  began to arrive. Elizabeth could hear  the ponderous annual joke of the professor of mathematics and the obedient laugh of his assistant as they passed into the dressing room. She heard  the rustle of skirts as the women fluttered down the stairs.  "They must all be here," she  thought, "but I won't go down till I  have to."  She glanced at Jean, whose eyes  were heavy with sleep, and sang again  the favorite song. And this was the  scene upon which Professor Allen  gazed a minute later as he stood at the  nursery door. In her shimmering satin  gown, her crimson cape falling back,  revealing her beautiful neck and arms,  _fcei_.s-TOr*$jt^^  him as she looked down at the drowsy  child cradled in her arms, she seemed  to the unhappy professor almost divine. ,  As he stood listening to the lullaby  Jean, suddenly raising her head, saw  him.  "Oh, Mr. Allen, turn In, turn in!" she  cried.  There was no escape.  He came In.  Elizabeth's heart beat so loudly she  felt sure he must bear it, but she did  not speak. *  "Jean, I came In to say good night."  "Is I your sweetheart tonight?"  "Yes, dear."  "Does you Iub me?"  "Yes, Jean,"  "Does you lub Llzbuff too?"  He gave one appealing look, but the  denr face was turned away, He resolved to risk all in. ono desperate  stroke.  "God knows I do, Jean,"  "Veil, tiss us bofo dood night, and  I'll go as'oep."  Ho kissed her. But tho baby Insisted.  "Now Llf.bulX."  ".May I, dear?" vory tenderly, bending ovor them both.  "Tiss her, Allen," urged Jean.  "Eli--abeth!" pleadingly.  Ever so llttlo sho turned hor faco to  bim.  Joan sank bnck satisfied.  *       ���������       *       *       *       ���������       ���������*  Downstairs all wonder nt tbe delay  of dinner was chnngod into dollght  when Professor Alien nnd Elizabeth  camo Into tho drawing room togcthor.  And dinner wus served.  SCEPTICS TURN BELIEVEgS  AND ARE CURED  Dr-   Agnow's     Catarrhal    Powder  a  Great Blessing.  "When I read that Dr, Agnew's Catarrhal Powder could relievo Catarrh in  10 miuutes I was far from being convinced. 1 tried it���������a single puff turougi).  the blower afforded instant relief, stopped pain over the eyes and cleansed th������  nasai passages. To-day I am free froiii  Catarrh." B. L. Euan's (Easton, Pa.,)  experience has been that of thousands of  others and may be yours. t'ald0by all  druggists.  OR. AGNEW'S HEART CURE SAVES LIFE.  RELIEVES IN 30 MINUTES. 2T  Apparently the Japanese know that  in fighting an adversary like Hussia  it is, necessary, it* possible; to deliver  the knockout blow iu the lirst round.  While China means to be .neutral,'  inhabitants keep right on taking boxing lessons.  A Sour Stomach and a Sour  Temper travel hand-in-hand and are tha  precursors of mental and physical wreck:.  Nine hundred and ninoty-nlu������ times in -w  thousand food ferment (indigestion) is  the cause. Dr. Von Stan's I'ineiipplt  Tablets keep the stomach sweet���������aid .digestion���������keep the nerve centres well balanced���������they're nature's panacea���������pleasant  and harmless.    85 cents.���������88  John Hay, -United States secretary  ot state, and former minister to,  Great Britain," was a very homely  lad,, and used to put on tin apron  and wash dishes for his mother.  Some boys and girls tempted him to  come out with his apron on, and then  chaffed him; he had purposely brought  a basin of water with him, and this  he threw over his tormentors, boys  and girls alike.  Dropsy is one positive Sign of  Kidney Disease.-- Havo You Any of  thess unmistaVable signs ? Pufflness under the eyes? Swollen limbs? Smothering feeling ? Change of the character  of the urine? Exhaustion after loast exertion ? if you have there's dropsical  tendency and you shouldn't lose an hour  in putting yourself under the great So*th  American Kidney Cure.���������86  Corea must be tempted to move in  the spring if it can find another "lat.  Russia will not liibke an exhibit at  St.   Louis,    having,   decided   that it,  will hake enough work on its hands  to -  make   a   satisfactory exhibit; in ,  Manchuria.  It may be that Rudyard. Kipling is  waiting'-.to give Poet Laureate Austin  the first po"etical whack at the war.,  Russia by this time has got dver  the notion that it can smack Japan  with one hand tieci behind its .back.  Russia feels that it could use an  unlimited amount of summer in its  business. -     -,  Have You a Skin Disease?-  Totter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Eczema, Itch, Barbers' Itch, ulcers, Blotches, Chronic Erysipelas, Liver  Spots, Prurigo, Psoriasis, or other eruptions of the skin���������what Dr. Agnew's  Ointment has done for, others it can do  for you���������curs you, Ont application gi*>e������  relief.    85 centB���������87\  A hnir rostorntivo is advertised  ���������that will mnko hair grow in a night.  One thnt will 'inako hair grow in a  year is hopo enough.  Tl' a woman doesn't havo time to  eat slio gets along pretty well, not  having time to think about It,  TuHt of Sobriety.  An English curmim who was brought  boforo a mnglstrato for bolng drunk  whllo in charge of a borso and curt  complained of tlio Indignities to whioh  ho had boon subjected by tho police.  Ho had walked u chalk lino marked  down tlio middle of a long passage;  had said clearly nnd distinctly "truly  rural" nnd "chrysanthemums;" had  picked his lint up from tlio floor with  his right foot, raised It from bis foot  aud put It on his head whllo standing  on his loft foot; had boon asked to  stick a pin iu a small dot mado by a  pencil on a wall and had told thorn tbat  If a brick weighed eight poounds and  n hnlf n brink nnd n half would wrMph  -"Ixtecm pounds. And yot tho divisional  Hiirf-fton snid he was Intoxicated. Tbo  police explained tbat tbo accused bad  uot walked tbe chalk lino properly,  tbat hit enunciation of "truly rural"  nnd ���������,ohry������nnthpm������n"i(*r'- "wan *f������Tj  throaty and vacuo, that bt bid throe  tlmea fallen oo tbe floor In bti effort!  to pick up bit bat wltb bli foot, a teit  be volunteered, and In sticking tbe pin  iu tbo wall bo bad selected a spot tbat  wai not visible to any one bat himself. Tbo brick problem bad merely  seen put before bim by way of a Joke,  ���������nd bla solution wai wrong.  IViiii'vh  when a I'riond  tolls a joke;  it is one of tlio taxes you must pay.  Coughing* is an outward sign of  inward disease,  Cure tho disease with  Shiloh's  gomumption  lure  P  Ths Lung  Tonic  nnd tho cough will stop,  Try It to-night.    If it doesn't  benefit you, wo'll give your  money back.  Prlee������i 0, C, Wnrto A Co, 807  Me, 50c. tl   teRoy, N. Y��������� Toronto, Can,  THEHORSEMARKET  Dcmnnda Sound Horeee Only.  Luu hor-M i������1l nt t������M th-nlt-lf t'i������lridii������1������-lim uA  u* iwliliti thil-rtUi) forin������oi m'ii, Jhenmoly  lnuy, Af-jwbtmi-iof ,  _. Ot*IMmMMtCUW Ity iMTlBS. BlUlUBBM,  rPllitt, Oarbf, tic,, tui tnftm* it hamaaa**.  11 CHriilliftu-ind-ii'ciMiaMuilly, ������ueh,eu4������**Mswsu  u tMettl^Nwv'iicsrescuin'iiNWBfi'fa  ��������� Curtd tws B������m Ipivlni el Tin Yin** Itudlni.  firlrflU, H.V., Mif, 11, t|  ifbCuriNt htm  it4kt*mn*in*m*ti������Mif, Tmi*  m urn from Wr*. ani win ef !���������������  [tamaX^aamn  K?-*W*������  H.U.1WW11 f&.iiw**nra!ii,vt.-*  mm***  t' ..^u...<iii isiiimajmiiiijiimiuBiMjh a.js*-,i us-sim i ,u i ���������_  '":/��������� " -'���������'  '���������; VV'."'j V  f-f ���������  4  y^O*0+0*Q*<>*  f  ,i .  f  in*     '  AWidoZ&er*f  Tenant  Hy C. ������.IEr/J  Copyrloht, WM, bvT. C. J&cClure  y*0ry*0-*O+0*O  i  ���������oo  After being In business In tbe city  nearly a score of years,'the last five of  ���������which he had been a widower aud in  failing health, John Dayton finally  heeded the advice of the doctor and  bought a farm and prepared to retire  to the conntry and rejuvenate himself.  The farm was purchased through an  agency and without his having ever  stepped foot upon the land. But there  was one thing the agent failed to represent. The previous owner of tbe  farm had died and left a widow and a  mortgage. While the mortgage bad  been foreclosed and the farm sold according to law, a villago lawyer bad  discovered a flaw in the proceedings  and advised the widow to stick. Having paid for legal advice she was determined to get the-benefit of it. She  remained on the farm as much of a  fixture as tbe big red barn, and sho  proposed to fight it out on that line.  It therefore came about that when  the widower came to take possession  of his farm .he* met with a surprise  party. He understood that he would  find the Widow Parsons in tho house,  but he didn't understand what sort of  a widow she'was. He found a middle aged, pleasant faced woman ready  to welcome him, and her soft ways  and the goodness' of the dinner prejudiced him in favor of country life at  once. -,-���������''  Nothing of the business In hand was  broached until dinner was over and  until he bad sized the widow up as a  meek and humble woman. It was  when he carelessly inquired whether  she had taken another farm or proposed to move tb the nearest village  that the first brickbat hit him. She  didn't propose to vacate at all. She  preferred to go on living amid "the  peaceful songs.of birds and the lazy  drone of bumblebees, but If it waa  to be lurid war he would find her -wav-  ���������ing-her-banners-at��������� the-front.���������John  AH UB BTARTJ8D FOB THB HOOR TUB BULLDOG STAHTBP VOll UIM.  Dayton was an aggresslvo man, an ob-  stlunto man and n man with a temper, and tbo widow didn't blunio bim  a bit when bo pounded bis leg wltb bla  fist and replied io her:  "I don't want to bo moan about this  tiling, but Z want and will havo possession of my own. I will glvo you ono  week to clear out. If you aro not gono  by that tlmo I'll linvo you thrown out."  "You are invltod to dlnnor a week  from today," tbo widow quietly replied.  Mr. Dayton went to town to consult  a lawyer nnd tlio sheriff. Tlio lawyer  told bim tbat all the rights in tho caie  woro bis, and tbe sheriff said bo would  put bim in possession as soon as the  writ of execution was placed in bis  bands. Monnwhllo if bo could bluff tbe  widow it would be so much gained for  bim. lie returned to the farm after a  day or two to bluff. Ho was a* kindly  received as if be had come to buy paper  rags and sell tinware, and, though be  was vexed and annoyed, be couldn't  help but admit tbat tbe widow had  beautiful blue eyos.  "I bare ascertained that I have tbs  law on my side," be began, -'but, as I  ssid to you before, I don't want to be  mean about it."  "No; I don't think you are a mean  man," sbs kindly replied.  "I want possession, but I don't want  any row, snd If you would consent to  take |80 snd vacate next week I think  I would pay It."  "lou Irs t generous man, and I  won't rob you. Three or four years  hence, after the case bas gone to the  supreme court and been decided  against me, I may look around for another farm."  "Woiuan. you are defying the law,"  claimed the widower as patience  ceased to be a virtue. "I tell you I'll  bave Possession here if I have to dump  everything and everybody into the public highway with ray own bands."  "Come to dinner any day���������glad to see  you," -was her reply as she followed  bini to the door.  "ST-e-s; I see," mused his lawyer as  the wldow������ returmed and reported.  "The Widow is simply a trespasser.  She ought to be put off at once.",  "Y-e-a; I see," mused the sheriff when  bo -was appealed to. "That writ ought  to be placed ia my bands."  Both lawyer and sheriff hinted at a  certain line 0f conduct, though protest-  ing that they were uot legal hints, and  three days later John Dayton drove out  to his farm prepared to take all the  bulls and cows by the horns. He began at the barnyard. He opened wide  the gates and turned a one eyed ram  and a one horned cow into the road. A.  couple of bogs with curls in their tails  would have been next on the programme had not tlie Widow Parsons  appeared on the scene. She was accompanied by a bulldog, who seemed  anxious to complicate things, and her  voice was not at all high pitched as she  warned the widower off tbe premises.  He pounded on the barn door and replied:  "This is my property. I am here to  take Possession. The widow and the  bulldog who interfere with me must  take the consequences."  The consequences were taken. As he  started for the curiy tailed hogs the  bulldog started for him, and when the  widower got through with the circus he  had half a dozen bites to carry back to  town.  "Stars above, but it Is nothing less  than a case of murderous assault!" exclaimed the lawyer when the story had  been told. "You have only to apply  for a warrant to have the Widow Parsons sleep in jail tonight, and she must  surely be convicted when she comes to  trial."  "Never in all my life did I hear of  such an outrage," added the sheriff,  "and I will take the greatest pleasure  in making the arrest."  But when. tke_bites badV got overach-  Ing more hints���������not legal hints���������were  thrown out, and as a result John Dayton made a fourth visit to his farm.  This time kg. knocked at tbe front door  of the bouse instead of stopping at the  barnyard, and when admitted he said:  , "Widow parsons, I'm a determined  man. I'm bound to have my farm if I  have to take'you with It."  Tbo widow looked at him for a long  minute, and there was a smile around  her mouth as she quietly replied:  "It might be your best way. Come  a-courtlng, and we'll see about It."  And six weeks later there was neither widow nor widower. John Dayton and his wlfo were running the  farm, and the bulldog was quiescent.  Tree bore le Wot Jedlova,  The greatest thing in the world ia  lovo. It is the most beautiful thing  too. Strangely euougb, however, it is  apt to go hand in hand with the ugliest  thing, which is jealousy, The green  eyed monster's favorite victims are lovers.  No sight is more terrible than tho  Jealous rago of a lover. Tho man wbo  suspects his sweetheart of flirting with  some ono else is enduring such pain  that he is hardly respohslblo for bis actions.  Similarly, the girl who sees that her  flanco ls faithless experiences a heartache which ia llttlo abort of maddening,  It is sad when sueb suffering is without any real causo, Tho man or girl  who is a victim of unreasoning jealousy is to bo pltlod. Tbo Intensity of  their feelings cannot bo realizod by an  outaldor.  True love Is trustful, above all  things, Sweethearts wbo trust each  other aro novor worried wltb Jealousy,  nor havo tboy any need to bo. A truo  lovor novor flirts. So would not bo a  truo lovor if ho did,' A girl wbo really  loves bar swoothoart can bear to soo  htm walking or talking wltb another  girl without tho slightest pang. She  knows won that thoro is only ono girl  In the world for him, and that is bor-  ���������oif. In his heart slio reigns supreme,  Just as bo does la bors, Tolito and attentive though bo may bo to many an*  otbor maid, bo reserves ono thing for  bor alono. This one thing is love.  "tfakli-a* An*t_iJ������.  A poor Turkinh ulnter of ConntanM-  nople, being nt work upon tho roof of  a bouse, loft his footing and fell Into  tbs narrow street upon a man, Ths  podeitrlan was killed by the concus*  stan, while tho slater escaped without  tnstsrisl Injury,  A Son of tbe deceased caused ths lister to be arrested. Tbo cadi listened at*  tentlvcty snd In tbs end asked tbs  slater whit bt bad to say in his defense.  "Dispenser of Justice," answered tbs  a������*<*"teo\ "Jt is even ai this man nays,  but heaven forbid thst tbers should be  evil ta my heart I am a poor man and  know not bow to make amends."  Tbs son of tbs man wbo bad been  killed thereupon demanded that condign punishment should be inflicted on  the accused.  Tbe cadi meditated a few moments  and finally said; "It shall be so."v Then  to tbe slater he said, "Thou shalt stand  in the street where the father of this  young man stood when thou didst fall  on him."  And to the accuser he added: "Thou  shalt, If it please thee, go up on the  roof and fall upon the culprit even as  he fell upon thy father. Allah be  praised!"  Th* Bee's Stlngl-osr Apparatus.  A bee's sting, unlike that of a wasp,  is always left in the wound; 60 the first  thing to dp is to remove it. Do not  take it between finger and thumb, for  that will cause it to open and release  moro of.its poison. The right method  is to push It out by rubbing up against  it with the back of the thumb nail. To  remove the pain there are many remedies, most of them homely. Here are a  few: A slice of onion, ordinary laundry  blue, sal volatile, honey, earth moistened with saliva. One or another of  these remedies is always at hand, and  a handkerchief will serve as a bandage  to keep it in place as "m*������{ as necessary.  -    Count Tolstoi.  Count Tolstoi is thus described by his  latest visitor, who found.him at home:  "After passing down long corridors, which  are like co many entrenchments around  Tolstoi's study, I at last stood before this  remarkable man. I saw him just as the  celebrated picture shows him���������in his full  peasant's Bmock, a belt round his waist,  with the white beard, the melancholy,  deep-set eyes, the coarse gray hair, the  thoughtful, wrinkled brows, the strong  hands accustomed to work, which during  his conversation he keeps passing through  his belt, and the whole -touching earnestness which surrounds the man. Count  Leo Tolstoi makes the impression of a  figure out of the Bible."  Hi-jh Priced Stamps.  Collectors may be interested in the high  prices brought lately by certain stamps at  a sale iu London.' Among the principal  lots disposed of were: Great Britain, the  V. R. (damaged), ������8; Naples, l-2t.,.  "Arms," ������15; Moldavia, , 108 paras, _17;  Spain, 1851, 2 reales, ������20; Geneva, the  double stamp, ������22; "Yaud, 4s., ������14; Win-  terthur, 2 1-2 rappen, a block of four, ������17;  Poste Locale, a made-up plate, ������32 10s.;  Tuscauy, 60 crazle, unused, ������14; ditto, 3  lire, ������26; a collection of "Russian locals,  ������115; Cape of Good Hope (woodblock), Id,  blue, ������42; and Mauritius, 2d, blue, very  'fiueTJeSlTOg ,        T7"^""~r"~*^  Won Hi* Bet.  "Daddy," said a boy to his father,  "I've got a pencil which will write  green, purple, crimson or any color you  like." . ���������  "Not the same pencil, my son."  "You daren't bet me a dime it won't,  daddy.",  "I'll give you a dime if it will," said  the old man.  The youngster dived into his pocket,  produced the stump of a common lead  pencil and wrote on a piece of paper  the words, "magenta, green, crimson,  purple," etc.,  "There, daddy. Say It won't write  any color you like now. Fork over that  dime."  Of Cowrn* He Could.  'Tm dreadfully worried, I haven't  heard from George for three whole  days."  "But he's on the ocean and can't  write till ho roaches the other side,"  "Nonsense! Couldn't be put tho letter in a bottle and throw It overboard?  J.'vo often read of such things."���������New  fork Evening Journal.  my emu    *  Last night I held her on ray knee,  The girl tliat I love best;  Tbat little head so dear to me  Was pillowed on my breast.  I held lier little band in mine,  And kissed her o'er and o'er;  But then you see, she's barely nine,  And I am sixty-four.  And it it happens that I be  A granddad that adores  The grandchild that takes after me,  It's no concern of yours.  A MINX.  Kitty Tuelawney, a Min-c. Mario-? Hah-  court, an Angel. Geoffrey Fortbsqpb,  a Man.  Scene���������A drawing-room.  Kitty (jumping rip from the piano aa  Miss Harconrt is announced)���������0 Marion,  it is you.    What a reliefl  Marion���������Are you ex pecting anyone else?  Kitty���������Yes, and I was afraid���������but it's  you aud I'm glad. Did you get my last  letter? And have you come back for good  from your travels���������nearly two years, isn't  if? And is your father better? When did  yon get back? And can you guess what a  wicked girl I am, aud how miserable this  unhappy secret makes me���������at least, part  of it, for some of it's happy, you know;  but I do want your advice and sympathy  and--      ,  Marion���������0 my dear Kitty, stop! Sit  down and let us talk quietly. I' want  sympathy, too. ,  Kitty (open-eyed)���������You! Yon want sympathy ! I thought you were above that  weakness.  Mariou���������Not a bit. I want ail you can  give me.  Kitty���������Oh, do,,tell me; but yon must  hear me first���������my troubles are, morepres-  sing. I'm in such a fix 1 I've got a letter  from him to say��������� ���������  Marion���������Him?   Whom?  , Kitty (impatiently)���������The him, of course.  There's  only  one   him���������at  least,   there  ought to be only one.    That's just it.  Marion���������What do you mean?  Kitty���������I mean���������tliat���������there are two.  Marion���������You are engaged to two men at  once?  Kitty���������Well, you see���������they overlap���������for  the moment.  Marion���������You take my breath away.  Explain 1  Kitty���������You remember my writing to tell  you about my engagement to ah awfully  nice, clever fellow, a lawyer, about eighteen months ago, aud how he had to go to  India���������to take evidence on commission,  they call it, I think���������a few weeks after we  were engaged?  Marion���������Yes, and you were to be married as soon as he came back. Hasn't he  come bnck? ���������-;������������������'  Kitty���������Oh, yes; he's come right enonghV  CamlJiI.  "Did you over loso yourself In any of  tho great roles you assumed?"  "Well," answered Mr. Stormlngton  Darnos, "I wasn't exactly lost, but I  havo found It pretty hard to got home,"  ���������-Wushington Star,  , Pot'crnd-inte Coorse.  Mrs. Richmond���������Is your daughter going back to tho cooking, bimiooI thi?  year? |"f     ���������  Mrs. Rronxborongh���������No.' I'm going  to keep her homo until alio learns to  cook somo dishes thnt wo can afford to  *}at.~-Juclgc,   ���������aaelchln* (ho Landlady.  Tho landlady was disturbed ovor ono  of hor boarders. Tho young woman  was pretty and consequently hud many  malo admirers, Tho landlady was prlirf  and pedantic and bcllovod that a pretty  girl must necessarily bo wicked, Any*  way, sho thought it sinful for a man  caller to stay later than 0;3O o'clock,  Tbo protty girl had different ideas, and  whon ono of her callers Anally because  ������������������her --toady" she paid llttlo attention  ���������to'tlmo or the inndlndv. Th* good woman, however, decided to break up tho  late hoursi so one evening tbo rapped  gently on tbt parlor door, Thero wai  a flight icurry and then "Comt in,"  ���������aid a cordial voice,  "RtcimB me, MIm Tr-ivc-it-,*"1 Mid tho  landlady, "but when tbo gentleman  goes will you pleaat turn ont tbe gas?"  Mlai Travere gated epeecbleis tt ber  landlady and thon bluibed ecarlet At  ���������oon aa abt could get ber breath tbt  laid icily:  "No, I will not. But to lave your fit  bills and further anilety T will turn It  out before bt rota." And abt promptly  turned eat both bnrr-ert, leaving tbt  landlady to foable ber way tnt of tbt'  roe* aa beat abt wnld.-New tort  I am expecting him here now���������immediate  ly���������any���������every moment; and I don't want  hhn!      .."���������'������������������''���������   ���������  Marion���������Explain!, Explain I  Kitty���������Last summer, I went to stay at  Mrs. Faii'light's place on the Hudson, and,  of course, there was lots of boating, tennis, picnics and���������(hesitates) moonlight  walks.  Marion (gravely)���������Oh, my dear Kitty 1  Kitty���������The situation's got to be faced.  I know I'm a wicked flirt, aud all tbat;  but oh, Marion, lie is such a darling, and I  really, truly wa.ut to be his wife.  Marion���������Then why weren't you true to  him?  Kitty���������-Which him? I'm speaking of the  ���������the���������well, the new one.  Marion���������Kitty, vou are dreadful. You  never can have loved truly, deeply, seriously, for true love is constant���������it lifts one  out of oneself, and���������  Kitty���������Thanks; I've read all that in  novels;  Marlon���������But you have never felt it���������not  deeply, I'm sure.  Kitty���������You're in love, Marlon. You  never talked about it like this beiore. Who  ia it? Tell me, quick I  Marlon (after a pause)���������I don't feel that  I can talk to you as freely as I could once  have done,  Kitty���������Oh, I shall get it out of you.  You met him abroad. Where wbb it?  Who is he, and when wero you eugaged?  Marion���������Wn are not engaged.  Kitty���������Brukonoft'l Ob, Marion, I'm no  norr.v, dear.  Marion���������No, not broken off. He was  engaged before wo mot,  Kitty (whlHtles)-Aiid he fell in lore with  you and told you so?  Marion���������No.  -  Kitty���������Ho never told yon he loved you?  Marion���������No, not in so ninny words,  Kitty���������Well, when shall you see hlin  again?  Marlon���������I do not expect ever to see him  again.  Kitty���������And you love him very much?  Marion���������I could lovo him vary much,  Kitty���������Poor thing I Marlon, it's 4  o'olook, and you'vo never helped me out of  my llx one bit, lio may bo horo at any  moment, atul what ain I tn nny to him?  Marion (bowlldored)���������You're<-, spoiiking  now of   Kitty���������Tho���������tho original on*, Don't  you lindftiHtaml? He returned from India  votuorthiy, I havo to tell him that I love  BOimt ono olst*, nnd 1 can't, Hark I there's  the tell. Marion, I can't sue htm���������I  won't.   (Suddenly) you must,   (Hlses.)  Minion���������Don't be absurd, 1 can't see ���������  perfect s'ningor,  Kitty (making for the door)���������S������y you're  a friend of the family, and I'm n silly,  ha"-*.hrnlni-il c-lrl who <!n(*Wt know li������f  owu wind. 8ay anything you like shut  get wo out ot turn, ana ih love sun mt-  ever, (Film out of the room by a Hide door  as the servant enters by another and au-  uouncos Mr, Porter-qne.   Marlon rivet,)  Mr. Fortenqu**���������^lil^-^ Htrconvt!  Marie!)    Mr. FcTt'-'-uc''  Mr. Fortowi'm)���������You here! i���������I had uo  idea yon know^tho Tr#lawn������<y������.  Marlon���������Yw, Kitty and 1 are old tehool-  fellowe,  Mr. Fortetque (with some emotion)���������I  never thongut to tee you a-*aia And  Mitt Trelewney, bite tbt told yot- ��������������� about  met /  Marlon���������She told me she wae engaged to  ���������to tome one very nice.  Ur. Froteeqae���������Abl why did she nm*  ewey ee I came npsiaire?  Marlon���������I will go and aak her to comt  book.  Mr. FroteBque���������Please tell me first why  Bhe ran away.  Marion���������She shall tell you herself.  Mr. Frot06que���������Then there is.soinethinp-  to tell me. What is it?���������, She has ollanged  towards me. I half guessed it from her  letters of late. She is afraid to tell me her-  Belf, and has left you to do it for her. Isn't  it so?  Mariou���������Yes.  Mr. Frotesque���������And she loves some one  else?  Marion���������She must como , and speak to>  you herself, I'll fetch her. (Goes towardi  tbe door).  Mr. Frotesque���������Stop���������did you tell her oi  our previous acquaintance?  Marion���������No, but I must now. '  ., (Marion retires, aud  iu a few minutes  Jlitiy enters m a rumor auauie-iacoa i_au-  uer.) ���������'���������' ;i  Mr. Frotesque���������How do you do,  Kitty?  Kitty���������0 Geoffroy, I'm so sorry; are yon  dreadfully angry?   *  Mr. Fortesque���������Do I look nngry?  Kitty���������N-no, 1 cau't any that you do. I  thought you would be. I think you ought  to be. You ought to look���������well���������a little  unhappy.  Mr. Fortesque���������You want me to look  unhappy because you love some one  els**. ... '';--'  Kitty���������I think it, would have been  rather nice of you.  Mr. Fortesque���������But supposing I lovo  some one else?, '-..���������:  Kitty (eagerly)���������But yon don't, do you,  Jeff?  Mr. Fortesque���������My dear Kitty, what  can it matter to you now?  Kitty (doubtfully)���������N-no. Of course,'  it oughtn't to matter. But I didn't  think���������  Mr, Fortesque���������That I could bo as faith-  les- as yourself?  Kitty���������How -horrid of you 1  Mr." Fortesque���������No, I'm not, and I  haven't been'faithless. I have been true  to yon, Kitty, and would have married  you. You wish lo be free. Well, I give  you your freedom.  Kitty���������Oh 1 I never thought you'd take  it so coolly.    You want to be freo, too?  Mr. Fortesque���������Naturally.  Kitty���������To marry some one else?    .,  Mr. "Fortesque���������I'm sorry if the-'idea  hurtB you. Yes, I wish to marry some  one else. You want to do the same, I  ..understand.    What could be better?    '  Kitty���������Oh! but I didn't think'you  would be so glad to get rid of me. I���������I���������  Jeff, who is she? Is she pretty, and young,  and clever?   Is it any oue I know?  Mr. Fortesque���������Yes, it ia your - old  schoolfellow, Marion Ilarcourt.  Kitty (amazed)���������Marion J 1 1 Why���������  you've only known her five minutes 1 ''���������-  Mr. Fortesque���������No, we met on the way  home.   She and her father  joined  our  boat at Colombo.  _^_Kitty���������Then you are the man she haa  been telling me of���������who was engaged to-'  some oue else and with whom she parted  forever.    Mr. Fortesque���������We thought we  had parted forever.  Kitty���������I should think so���������when you  were engaged to me,  Mr. Fortesque���������Don't you mean, Kitty,  when you were in love with some one  else?j t,     H,,^-  Kitty���������I'm not snre that I am, now.      ';  Mr. Fortesque���������Good, heaveusI What ������  complication II���������  Kitty���������Oh 1 its all right as far as you are  concerned, Mr. Fortesque, Don't mind  me!  Mr. Fortesque���������Kitty, you can't possibly  be such a���������  Kitty (coolly)���������Dog in the mangor, are  you going to say? At any rate, I am a dog  with two strings to my bow, and I know  now I never loved you. It's nice to have  one's mind made up for one, so send for  Murion at ouce, and I'll wish her joy, And  I must send a telegram 1 :   "  Mr. Fortesque���������Whom to? Oh I I beg  your pardon,  Kitty���������Yon'll see. You may hand it in  for mo If you like. You pass a telogroph  office, don t yon?  Mr. Fortesque���������Certainly, with pleasure.  Kitty (slis down iind writes)���������There!  Mr. Fortesque���������Can you be pollto in ten  words?  Kitty-Read it, and see I (Watohea  bim,  Mr,   Fortesque   (read*)���������To   Trefuaie.   Club.   Please come cohcratulttto ine.  -Kitty.   WlioisTrofiiBlB?  Kitty���������Why the other one, of course.  Go mid hnnd it in, quick,  Mr. Korlesqho (going out)���������Little mlnxl  ���������Suuinty,  Kti'ctrltlly in lloimowcrk. .������  Electricity promiunu to solve the dome*  tic problem. It jg Hunply posH a button  and dinner Is ready. 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W.B.ANDERSON,     -      - -      MOB  Tha oolmnns of Th* Nkwx are ������pon to all  who wi������h to eipreaa thereiu viewa o mat-  tar������ ul publio iuUr-j-H",  WhiU wo do not hold ourselves xe ��������� inii-  bla for tha utterances of correu^oudeiK., we  euor/o ���������.hs r ght of deoliuiajj to iuser*  oiumuaicnuoiis unnecessarily pera'unul.  TUESDAY. MAY 17. 1904  Telegraphic News  Tokio, 11th���������Admiral Togo -report!- that Bine*** May 6th, heavy  ex pi 'sions havo b������eti hoard coining  from Port Arthur, but their cause  has not yet been accertained. The  imprtBBion here is that the Russians, despairing of their inability  to defend Port Arthur, are destroy-  in"**: their ship? befpre>:evacuating  the place.  St Petereburu, 11th���������Lieut. Gen,  Sakaroff, cbmmnnder of the first  Siberian tAiroy corp-, wires.that the  Japanese:, have occupied Feng Wang  Chrii| and are remaining there  making reconn-tisances of the main  rrp to Liao Yang.  Th* most important official news  fro& the front up to this hour is  that foiling of complete reestablish-  ment of railroad and telegraphic  communication with Port Arthur  though how it was brought about  and whether a battle was necessary  is not yet known.  St Petersburg, 11.���������An unofficial  rum r aw\* the Vladivostock and  Port Arthur nqiiadronK have -iff'ct-  fd a juncture aft-** a nival fight in  ���������which~th<>re-were���������liPP8fl-*-on~b.'th-  ���������ides. This is denied however by  the WarOlti-e. ; ;  Ch foo, 11���������An ofticial Japanesi'  despatch has been received I ere to  the effect that the R Asians have  destroyed ������heir fi������et in Port Arthur  Seoul, 11���������So fur no c nfi* ma'ior  has reached Lndon of the reporlid  battle at Liao Yung.   According o  i telegram from Sluing!mi General  Kuropatkin is making a gc-ner-.l  concentration of troops at Maotiei ���������  ling Pans where tlvn-xt great but  tie is --xp������-(!ted to take place.    It i  believed that a b title has a 1 read;,  been.fuught.  Tokio, 11���������PortArt hut* is beim  bmbarded with heavy gu ���������.*, am  an asuault will be made on a weil  kn iwn vulnerable point in the de  fauces.  The cor respondent adds that th  Ruyaituif have captured 46 junk  oa the Liao river laden with Chin-  ere gov-rnraent rice which wande*- k  tined for Tien Tul-n and that Viceroy Yuan filial Kai hns strongly  protested against ihe action.  StiouMJth���������It is persistently reported that the RusHinns are blow  ing up their Port Arthur squadron.  St Petersburg, 11th���������It is per  fluently rumored that there has  been a big fight near M.iotinllng  Pan between the Russia nn and Gen,  Kuroki's men. The Russians lost  heavily, Lieut. Gen. 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At  first I thought she was going away  without another word, but as she  reached the door she turned, and  put out her hand to me suddenly.  "It's not your fault that you  couldn't tell me anything. You would  have'helped me if you could, I am  sure,"  There was a mute pathos in the  troubled littlo face, with its anxious eyes, that touched me stranfe-  ly. I took the scrap of a hand that  she stretched out to me, and held it  in mine.  What strange, sad story, I wondered, was thero about this pale,  dark-eyed little creature, who looked at me with such a patient, wintry smile?  "I would help you gladly if I  'could," I answered earnestly.  ��������� She    turned    away   with  a little  : half-nod, and vanished under the ivy-  shadowed doorway.  ��������� "Do you think that lady is in her  right mind?" I said, turning to old  Sarah, as she came back from closing the gate after her.  "Law. miss! whatever makes you  think she isn't?" retorted the ancient abigail.  "She looks so queer and strange,"  I answered, musingly.  More than once during the day, I  ran out.to the door, and stood out-  ,: side to look down the high road,  that led to Chadley Castle, to watch  for my queer little visitor's return  to Slopperton Station. But if she  passed back by our house I must  have missed her, for I did not see  her again.  For days afterwards T thought of  _her.V I could not got the sad, anx  ious little face, puckered up into so  many weary lines of care and trouble, out of my head. I puzzled out,  over and over again, the broken  threads of her story, which" I had  gathered from our one short interview, Alas! the truth appeared to  me to be plain enough; it was no  doubt the old commonplace history  of woman's weakness and man's  faithlessness, that is for ever and  ever repeating itself. Her childish  eagerness to show me the wedding-  ring upon her finger told me too  plainly that sho had no right to  wear it.  I could not forgot her, she haunted  me with a persistency which was almost like a presentiment. It almost seemed to mo as if that pale,  Bad littlo creature was in some way  connected with my own fate, and  waa to bo bound up in a mysterious  and incomprehensibie manner with  my life, I laughed at myself for  such fanciful and wild notions, and  tried to rid myself of this ox<inordinary and almost ludicrous delusion,  I littlo knew how nearly theso forebodings woro to he realized, nor how  poworful on influence that queer little dark-eyed stranger wns destined  to wield upon tho whole of my future  lifo!  CHAPTEU XTTT.  From time immemorial nobody over wan born or married, nor ovor  died in tho ClWonl family, without  (-ending for Aunt Molina. It was not  thought puf-f-'Uu to get through any  ono of those threo primury events of  lifo corriMMly without hor support  ond nsNistinu'i'; hIio was as iiidispons-  flblo on those occasions ns (lie parish clork or tin- public registr-ir, mnl  to sond for Aunt Solinu wus as  much a mailer of courso as to consult, olthor of those gentlemen.  Under ordinary circumsi uncos Aunt  Sollna dwelt quietly enough with hor  old husband in somowhtit gloomy seclusion in Uusmill Square, Nobody  over hoard how uii������ employed herself, nor what woro hor daily itvorn-  t ions; but no sooner did any one dlo,  no sooner was thoro distant nui|oiH  of marriages or of births than Mrs,  Carr been mo a -person af iho very  grontest Importance, and emergi-d n't  onco from privacy Into public life,  Aunt Hellna'a opinion and aiMeo  woro invaluable; she .laid down the  .uw wiih a -.ii-ui ���������ic-ip ami u<-n.-.itm  whlrh wan perfectly ronvlnrlng, :m<!  from her flnnl Judgment in a mutter  of otlquetto or precedent, thero wiih  no appeal,  Exactly three weeks, therefore, before mv weddintr-rinv, nrrnrdintr in  tho tlmo-honoi'od family custom.  Aunt Selina came down with hor  boxes, hor nnclont lady's-maid, her  pet Skye terrier nntl her page-boy,  und took up her abode at tho Slopperton cottage. .Sho hnd not beon  there elnre the death ot my mother.  when she had appoarod on the scene  with precisely the nnm* retinue: end  Jt did not occur to her to be of  fended by reason of tht interval of  time which had ������lapsed si nro her 1������m  visit, as no trifling causa would have  induced her to leave her own hone,  kin, Carr wai radiant witb satis  faction at the happy event which sho  had arrived to celebrate. She smiled  all over her fat, comfortable old faco  when she alighted nt our door. She  pressed mo rapturously to her matronly bosom many times over, and  called me by many tender names before even she looked round to seo  that Scruff, the Skye terrier, was  safely following her.  "My darling child���������such happiness!  ���������may every blessing���������such joy to  mo!���������everything so satisfactory ���������  longing to see him!" Such were tho  broken words that fell spasmodically  from her lips, choked, as it were,  with uncontrollable emotion, between the kisses: slie presse'd repeatedly on. my cheek; and though I  thanked her, and returned the kisses  with suitable affection, I laughed a  little to myself, for I knew this was  tho wedding formula which the good  lady had repeated.for years to one  and all of her nieces under similar  circumstances.  The necessary display of sentiment  over, Aunt Selina proceeded to business, for let it not be supposed that  she had come to .Slopperton for  pleasure alone���������pleasure, accompanied' by Mr. Carr and her wedding  garments, would follow in due time,  and no doubt Aunt Selina meant to  recoup herself for., her labors when  that eventful day'arrived; but, for  the present,, stern business is the order of tho da jr.  Behold us, therefore, Aunt Selina  and I, seated in the dining-room on  thfe morning after her arrival. A consignment of clothes which Mrs. Carr  had herself ordered for me has come  down from town with her, and is lying piled up in heaps.on' the dining-  room table and chairs.  I have been looking through everything, whilst my aunt, pencil and  paper in hand, is making notes Amy  remarks thereupon as we~go.  "There! so far, so good! The  trousseau is fairly forward. Madame  Dentelle will send your .wedding-  dress on tho twentieth at the latest,  and your veil is to come in the same  box. I, arranged all that with her,  and there is a gray cachemiro for  your going-away dress."  "But, aunt, I should prefer brown  tweed."  ''Impossible, Freda! it would be  out of the question. A hat instead  of a bonnet you may perhaps be allowed, for tilings have a good deal  changed lately, but the gray is do  riguour. Now let us turn to other  mallei's.    Who are 1 ho .bridesmaids?"  "1 havo no bridesmaids."  Aunt Selina 'aid down her pen and  took on her spectacles to stare at  mo in horror,  "No bridesmaids! good heavons,  child, who over heard of a wodding  without bridesmaids."  "Thoy are not necessary to the  ceremony, I believe,"  "They nre absolutely indispensable," says Aunt Splina resolutely,  taking up her pen again. "Who aro  your friends?"  "My only friend is a widow," I answered, laughing.  "Don't bo childish, Froda," says  . aunt, reprovingly. "If you havo no  friends I had better writo at onco to  your cousin Sophia's two daughtors;  I daresay sho will let them como;  they aro fairly nice-looking, and aro  about tho samo height,"  "But I havo novor soon them slnco  they woro babies," I remonstrate.  Aunt Molina is llko tho oeoan, ru.si������t-  less and relentless, Sho draws her  writing-mso to hor and begins her  note of invitation.  "Wo will wrlto to Russell and Allen by tho Mine post, and order  thoir dressos; something palo blue or  coral color will do; wo can safely  loavo it to them," Sim says it in tv  tono of decision which loaves mo absolutely without volco In tho mutter,  "And now, about tho breakfast,"  she continued, laying down hor pen,  and removing her spectacles from her  nose in order to gaze et mo with impressive solemnity as she broached  this all-liiiporliiiit subject. "What lias  your father snid about it?"  "Tho only suggonilon I have heard  papa moko upon iho subject," I answer, with boeoiulng gravity, "wan-  toft and plum cake!"  Mrs, Cair W'lM'ii mnn minus before*  hr*  <i& I'-uufch 1st <J<.'''m.������'c .my. ihUm'  llko   frivolity or jesting on such   a  topic.  "Vour poor father was always eccentric.   Of course, my dear, nobody  ivoild div-ijyi ot ivinenltltijT Mm nlmii't  tlie eatables; besides, you need not  worry him about It at all. Your  undo nnd I aro going to order  the breukfast for you from a miter's  ���������that is quito decided."  "Vou ere very kind, aunt."*  Not at all, my dear; I always do  something of the kind at niy nieces'  weddings; and Mr, Carr prefer!- It to  he the breakfast, because then ho is  sure of getting what he likes himself.  What I want to know is how many  we ahall be, and whom your father  hue thought of asking?"  A sigh of impatience escaped   me.  ��������������� "'������������������������������������Wi .Ir -       -������  1 could not rouse myself to take any  interest in the matter; was not everything connected with the day,  that was to divide mo forever from  the man I loved, hateful, odious, unbearable to me!  "Oh, what does it matter?" I exclaimed, wearily, with hot tears  gushing -up into my eyes. "Ask any  one you like, aunt; only for heaven's  sake let it bo as small a party as  possible."  "Freda, I am quite astonished at  you," said my aunt, looking at me  reprovingly; "it is most childish of  you to give way like this so long beforehand. A bride should make it a  point of duty to keep up till the day  arrives. You will bo fit for nothing  if you do not exercise a littlo self-  control. And why, pray, should  there bo a small party? . I never  heard of any wedding where it was  more essential that the breakfast  6hould bo a largo and pleasant one,  nor where it was more desirable that  everything in the arrangements  should be of the very best. A penniless girl marrying a rich man must  not be given to her husband like a  beggar ; your own delicacy of  feeling should suggest this. And  here am I ready and willing to  take all the trouble and expense of  everything off your hands; all I  want is a few simple directions from  you. Now let us have no more tears  or impatience, my dear child; let us  make out a list of tho-people, and  then you shall place yourself in.my  hands, and I will see that everything  is properly done."  I disputed no more with Aunt Selina; she had her own way in everything, and how sho .rcvellcc* 'in it  has been a matter of amusement to  me to reflect upon ever since.  She turned the whole house inside  out; she hired furniture from the.  country town to make the,long-unused drawing-room habitable; she, ordered in china and glass recklessly;  boxes camo down from town by every train; tho page-boy was kept  running backwards and forwards to  tho post-offico with telegrams all  day long; and even old Sarah caught  the infection of the general excitement, and almost'forgot to cook our  daily meals, in thc perpetual ferment which Aunt Selina kept up in  her head by giving her minute and  contradictory orders a dozen times a  day.  As to papa, he literally fled the  house, and took refuge at Eddington  for days together.  "Your aunt is a good woman, Fre-  -da7u-he-said-t-o-me-confident-ia-lly���������"a-  most excellent woman, and we ought  to be very grateful to her, for we  never could have got through it  without her. I remembered she ordered everything for your poor dear  mother's funeral���������she's a wonderful  woman���������but then, you know, I never  could stand a woman with a tongue;  perhaps it's my fault, for your aunt  is a most excellent person, but I  never could."  And so, with his manuscript under  his arm, papa trudged up daily to  Eddington, and I was left to copo  with Aunt Selina alono.  Onco Aunt Selina and I went up in  state to lunch at Eddington in order  to inspect my future home. It  would bo impossible to describe the  good lady's delight on this occasion.  Sho overpowered Mr. Curtis with  questions and congratulations, bc-th  of which embarrassed hlra considerably. , Her volubility was perfectly  unrestrainablo. Sho told him in ouo  breath that Eddington was a homo  fit for a queen; that my father's ancestors camo over with the Conquest; that a union between him nnd  myself was tho summum bonum of  all earthly desires to all concerned,  and that our posterity would rise up  and call us blessed.  How much farther my good aunt'i  enthusiasm would havo led hor in the  expression of thoso lattor-nnmod  pious aspirations I know not, for  with a wholosomo dread of what lier  noxt words might bring forth, I  aroso from tho lunchoon-tablo and  flod out on to tho torraco.  I felt very miserable, but I'triad  to consolo myself by rolloctions over  my future wealth. I said to myself,  aloud:  "It is a lovely old placo; I shall bo  ablo to do as I liko with it, I can  ask my own friends to 1111 tho house,  I shall havo everything I can wish  for. It Is tho dearest old houso In  all England. A woman must bo  hard to please, indeed, wbo could  not mako heim-lf hnppy horo,"  But though I snid my words, my  heart would not go out with thorn.  I could only see, not a vision of future pleasures, but a memory of past  happiness. Through the shrubbery  walks among tho falling leaves, I  soemod to bo wander ing onco mora  with Mark Thistleby, or standing on  tho terrace by his side, looking out  ovor tho smooth luwn towards the  now forlorn and dismantlod flower  jjavd������n  From these melancholy retrospective dreams 1 was aroused by the  voico of my aunt, calling out to me  from a window above my head.  I wont Into the house. Mrs. Carr  had been dragging tho unfortunate  bi lUegroom-eioct now room io tuuut  all ovor tho house. Sho wai in a  fever of oxcitomont ond fusty importance.  I found thorn in a little octagon-  shaped room that had been the lato  lira. Curtis' boudoir. It waa filled  with dark, old-fashioned furniture  which would have excited the envy  and admiration of an antiquarian.  The walla were hung with faded blue  aatln, and the chains were covered  with old silk, such ai no money can  buy in these days.  In this quaint old-world chamber 1  fouri** my Aunt Selina discoursing,  and suggesting, and giving her advice with eager volubility, whilst  poor Mr. Curtis stood by with a  mild and bewildered face of much enduring meekness, most ludicrous to  behold.  "Oh! hero you are, Freda!" cried  my aunt, as I entered. "Just in  time to hear what I am saying to  dear Mr. Curtis about this charming little room. Of course, love," it  must be your boudoir���������it is made for  it."    ��������� ������ .  "I had thought so, too, aunt���������that  is to say, if Mr. Curtis " I added,  looking up at him with dutiful deference.  "My dear Freda, tho whole of my  house is a,t your absolute disposal,"  said my lover, with courteous gallantry.  "Ah! what a lucky girl you are!"  cried niy aunt, uplifting her fat  hands in admiration. "It is just  what I was saying; and you must lot  me write at once to Maple, and  have a man down to do it up. We  want fresh paper, white and gold, or  perhaps little bunches of rosebuds. I  saw a sweet paper the other day at  a house in Tavistock Square where I  was paying a visit. It was all covered with little birds and pink roses,  something quite new."  "Good heavens! Aunt Selina," I  cried, uplifting my hands in horror.  "My dear, it would suit this room  to perfection," continued Mrs. Carr.  who never paid any attention to my  interruptions, ��������� as she had but a low  idea of my intelligence; "and with it  wo shall want a pretty, fresh cretonne, pink or turquoise blue, with  cupids���������appropriate to the joys of  Hymen���������eh, Mr. Curtis? Then we  must turn out these old-fashioned,  uncomfortable chairs, and replace  themwith some nice low well-stuffed  sofas, and hang some pretty water-  colors on the waits. Wo shall make  it the brightest and plcasantest room  in the house. Now, do give me  carte blanche, Mr. Curtis. I am sure  you would be charmed with tho effect."  George Curtis looked helplessly at  me.  "If Freda wishes it "he began.  "I wish it! Not for, worlds!" I  cried. "Why, aunt, this room would  be utterly spoilt if it were altered.  It is quite charming as" it is."  "Freda, you never had any sense!���������'  answered my aunt, with a sigh of  despair. "Mr. Curtis, I know, quito  agrees with me; but you were always  an obstinate child, and brought up  _jn_ the wilds of the country, as you  have been, and with your poor fatlv-7  er, too, always running his head  into things. Ah! yes, I know, of  course, Mr. Curtis, that he is very  clever, and all that; but neither  Henry nor my niece, are in the least  able to take caro of themselves. It  is a good thing I am able to conic  down and see after things a little!  Now, Mr. Curtis, let mo go upstairs  and look through the bedrooms."  The rest of tho houso   was    gone  over. Aunt Selina, talking incessantly, admiring ovory room, suggesting  alterations, laying down    tho    law,  and no   doubt enjoying herself   im-|  monsoly, whilst Goorgo and I follow-;  ed in hor wake with mute,   resigna--  tion, and I made mental   'and   most  ungrateful notes as to novor   asking'  Aunt   Selina   to stay at Eddington  after my marriage if it could    possibly bo avoided.  When at length wo woro in the  carriage again on our way homo, ^is  we drove out through thc lodge  gates, Aunt Selina turnod round to  mo and said solemnly, with impressive fervor;  "Fredorica Clifford, you ought to  go down upon your bended knoos and  thank God night and morning, for  giving you such a husband, and such  a house!".  CHAPTER XIV.  Tho tlmo was flvo o'clock in tho  aftornoon���������tho sceno Former "Rlck-  ett's slx-acro flold at tho bottom of  our orchard, Background���������last summer's hayrick thatched with straw.  Foreground���������ono threshing machine  rampant, nnd one field-harrow ro-  cumbont, drawn up sido by side, and  resembling the skcloton ribs of huge  mammoth animals. Dramatis per-  sonoo��������� two snow-whit o calves, wiih  pink, watery eyos, being fed out of  an unsavory-looking bucket, on nnclont matron In a rusty block gown,  and a battered yellow gun bonnet on  her head, and a young lady stretched at onHo upon hor back, under the  shado of tho aforementioned hayrick.  The calves are both playful ond  greedy���������they are possossod with an  insane ileal ro 1o got their two heads  simultaneously into tho bucket, a  font which, being a moral impossibility, Molly endeavors to frustrate,  by presenting tho bucket to each in  turn with strict impartiality, which  stratagem tho twins resent by increasing olTorts to upsot It.   Two or  illlUH  ilm.k.i,   ������t>.i, akicu     hj)    tin.     pl\...  pert of fond, ht**vi> waddled up from  the farmyard, nnd stnnd grouped expectantly, and a couple of gray  plgoons aro whirling about round  and round overhead,  Presently the calves, with convulsive gurglings in their throats, como  to an end of thoir repast. Off goes.  Molly towards the farm-house in tho  hollow, bearing tho empty bucket,  and after her hurries the wholo of  the live stock���������calves, ducks, and  pigeons���������and I am left alone oa my  back under the hayrick.  Papa has gone to Eddington.  Aunt Selina has driven into Norbor-  ough upon a shopping expedition. I  have a letter from Delia in my pocket, which I mean to read over again  presently. It Is a long letter, and  tells as that abe ts going abroad  immediately for three months, and  wishes I was not such a fool as to  marry, as then I could have gone  with her. I wish so too. Three  months abroad with Bella would be  infinitely preferable to an indefinite  period at. home with George Curtis.  Furthermore Bella tells me she will  writ������ again from Paris, and begs m������  to make use of her houso whilst she  is away if I want to be in London.  It is this portion of Mrs. Thistleby's  letter I intend to read over again  from my couch under tho haystack;  but I am very idle, and I cannot  rouse myself sufficiently from my reverie, even to tho extent of putting  my hand into iny pocket and taking  the letter out of it.  ���������I,lie quite still on my back with  my arms folded into a pillow behind  my neck.and my eyes cast up to the  blue sky straight over my head.  It is one of those lovely days which  ono gets sometimes at the end of  October, warm as summer, and still  and balmy. Thero is hardly a cloud  in tho sky, and a lazy little breeze  comes softly sighing up from the  west, that just stirs the hair upon  my forehead with a soft, sleepy flutter. There are all sorts of sweet  scents about me���������a scent of freshly-  turned earth from a ploughed field  hard by, a scent of ripe apples from  the orchard beyond, a scent of hay  from tho rick behind me, and then  ���������all at once, a scent of what  does not appear at first to  possess any rais'on d'etre���������a scent inappropriate, unromantic, unlovely!  yet which to a man's nose is ever refreshing, to a woman's eminently  suggestive���������tho scent of a freshly-lit  cigar. "**  This inexplicable odor, totally for-  eign as it was to the surroundings  in, which it suddenly developed itself,  caused me to spring rapidly from  the completely horizontal attitudo  into the partially recumbent. I sat  up.  A shadow camo round thc -jtirner of  tho hayrick and lengthened itself  across the short grass at im*- feet.  "You don't look surprised to seo  me," said Paptain Thistleby, as he  seated himself leisurely by my side.  "I am not. I knew you were com-  ing.  "How so?"  "I smelt you," I,answered gravely,  with a corresponding upward sniff of  my small nose.  He laughed softly after his wont���������  a littlo low laugh that had a peculiar fascination  .for mo;  it    6aid    so  little, yet meant so much.    He con-     *  templated the end of his cigar for  a  ���������moment,-and-then-replaGed_it_in_his   mouth.  For an instant we were both si"-  lent. Swiftly my thoughts traveled  back to that blessed day at Scacliff,  when ho had como unexpectedly as  now, down the garden steps behiud  me, and had sat, as now,,at my feet.  I remembered with what a queer feeling of dismay I had realized that ha  was to be my companion^through tho  day, and thon how rapidly tho fascination of his presence had wrought  upon me, until ere the day was ended I had learned to love him,  And since then how many nights  had I not fallen asleep with his name  on my lips? How many days had I  not awakened with his imago boforo  my eyos? And yet ho seemed further-^  miles further from mo here than he  had dono at Soacllff.  Evidently his thoughts, too, had  traveled back to the flrst day of our  acquaintance, for his noxt words  woro an allusion to it.  "I am not going to throw it away  though," ho snid, in allusion to tho  cigar. "You liko smoko, you know;  you told mo so at Soaclill. Do you  remember?"  "I do not remember any of tho  silly things I said to you at Soacllff;  it is so long ago," I answorod, looking away from him.  "Ah! I wish I could forgot them  ns easily, By-tho-way, what an unkind mossngo that was you sont mo  by Bella tbo morning you wont  away,"  "You wore vory lazy," I said,  laughing out of sheer gladness of  heart; for tho landscape seomod to  bo fairer, tho sunshine to bo brighter,'and tho sky bluer, since he had  come to my sido. "Why did you not  got up to say good-bye to mo then?"  "Impossible to say," he answorod,  giving me a sldolong glance under  his long lashes. "I cannot remoinbor;  perhaps I was sleepy."  [WNTU-UID.]  ���������I  One War to Do It.  "Tho problem Is this," said tbe teach*  er. "I hnve Alteon apples, which I am  to divide among twelve boys, Now,  how shall I distribute tbe apples?"  After consldorablo chewing ot pencils and scratching ot paper tbe little  Wiie boy raised his band.  "Well, Johnny?"  "You should glvo one apple to three-  fifths of a boy/'���������Judge.  Au t'u*tlc������������������Ml lltitumbi.  T rnri-nnt *nrnr to XhMt upon  The fact that wlnter'a coming en.  I love to coast and hitch and elide,  But there are ether things beetde.  The dentist, dancing sohool and sums  Begin when chilly weather comes,  But, worse than all, I cannot bear  To put on winter underwear.  1 love the eold, I love the snow,  But woolen things do Iteh me se,  -From "Rhymes of Real Children," If  Bitty lags. ,to    m    '  :��������� -Oa-atfOB,       -  "Do yeo mean to **y yoo mtC% giro  tbnt horse thief a trlsl by joryT  "We didn't dare," answered OroucUo  5?*; *"ll "^"i ������������������ ������wwilM ���������  Mil mt plica tbe wools town 'od  twa ent to see It, sod aeme one ���������Woold  be sort to svetfe te art tteml ���������������������  ���������ore liim**-WMlla-*it fur! p  TBE CUMBERLAND NEWS.  ���������  ��������� ii i ���������i  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  A   Chance fo  TaKe  On Flesh, Maybe!  'IS Wife���������He threw himself at her  feet, metaphorically speaking.  Her Husband���������And she walked all over him, in good plain English.  Mrs. Tatler���������They say the Longreeng  have thrown themselves into society  heart and soul.  Mrs. Prattler���������Oh, yes, and the fall  has been very .heavy.  t  Mrs. G.���������I know Mrs. Scarum's husband is a thief!  Mr. G.���������Can you prove it?  "Of course I can. Ifsaw him stealing  through his window at 2 o'clock this  morning."  "They say he's a fellow of infinite  jest."  "Oh, yes! He can run an automobile  and look happy."  The Medical Man���������You see the young  woman of today objects to having her  arm vaccinated.  The Jester���������That's true. She can't  bare it, I suppose.���������Yonkers Herald.  The Spectroscope.  Originally the spectroscope was applied only to chemistry, and in that  limited field proved itself an invaluable aid in accurate analysis. By holding in a Bunsen Amine a platinum wire  moistened by contact with the skiu the  presence of a few grains of salt swallowed a few minutes previously can be  detected with the spectroscope. Indeed, so wonderfully refined is the  work of the spectroscope chemist that  he can discover in a substance the presence of one three-millionth of a grain  of metal.  X  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local applications as they cannot reach the  diseased portion o������ the ear. There Is only one  way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tha  Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed  you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness-ls  the result, and unless the inflammation can be  taken out and this tube restored to Its normal  condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;  nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,   which-^ls-nothing-but-aa-lnflamed-condltJoa-o/-  ���������   the mucous surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Dollars for any  case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for  circulars, free.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  ,,        Sold by all druggists, *iuc.  Hall's Family Pills are the best.  Money doesn't always bring happiness, but the average man is willing  to take, chances along with the  money.  BILIOUSNESS BURDENS LIFE.-The  bilious man is never a oompuiiiouable  num because) his ailment renders'him nio-  roso and Bloomy. Tho corapUtnt is not  so dangerous as it is disafrreea'jlo. Yot  no ono need suffer from it who can pro-  euro Piirmelee'H Vesetablo Pills. By n*K-  ulntimj; tho liver,and obviating tlio olTfcts  of bflo in the stomach they restore men  to cheerfulness nnd full vigor of action.  Ellen Terry hns a passion fm* cot-  tii'-'.v*-*,. She owns throe, one at Small,  iTytht'.' Kent, being ono of the linest  exnitipli'H of homely Tudor urchiti'C-  ture in Fiigland.  HE'S Mil KNOWN  IN POST HOPJB  Mr.    Chas.    Gilchrist   Declares  Dodd's Kidney Pills Cured  His Diabetes  He Suffered For Ten Years and Could Go  No Relief Till He Tried tho Grea  Canadian IKUluey Remedy.  Tort Hope, Ont., Mar. r4���������(Special)  ������������������It has long been admitted that  what will cure Diabetos will cure any  form of Kidnoy Disease, and Dodd's  Kidney Pills have cured tho longstanding Diabetes of Charles Gilchrist  of this placo.  Mr. Gilchrist is easily ono of ?be  best known men in Port Hope. For  fifteen years ho was Chief of Police  and for twenty-two years Fishery  Overseer of tho Dominion Government. When asked regarding his  cure, ho had no hesitation in saying-  it was caused by Dodd's Kidney Fills  and nothing else.  "I had Diabetes and Kidnoy Disorder for ten years,': he saidv "My  urine was like brickdust and I had a,  terrible backache. I tried doctors,  tried everything, but could get no  help till I was advised to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills. I commenced taking  them, soon began to get better And  am quite well now.    .  "If I haa* not used Dodd's Kidney  Pills I am sure I would havo been in  my grave.:'  Sound Kidneys tak������ all impuritios  out of the blood. Dodd's Kidney  Pills make sound Kidneys. They at*  the greatest tonic of the age.  It's an-easy matter to gauge a person's wisdom.. Draw him into a discussion, and if he agrees with you he  is sensible.  Thos. Sabin, of Eg-linton, says : "I  have removed ten corns froiu���������my feet  with Ho'loway's Corn Cure." .Header,  ro thou and do likewise.  Shakespeare was handicapped because there wore no automobiles in  his day to blow up and kill the villains in his plays.  A LINIMENT FOR THE LOGGER ���������  Log-fi-ers lead a life which exposes thfm  to many perils. Wounds, cuts and bruises cannot be al top-other avoided in preparing., tiniber'for .the-: drive and in river  work,where wet and cold comnined ore  of daily experience, coughs and edds md  muscular_ pbinsjcannot b'ut_engui-. Dr.  Thomas,_Eclectric DTlTwhen" a ppfiecV To  the injured or administered to t/ie ailing,  works wonders.  Dr. Uhle, of the -anthropological department of the university of California^ has ffone to Peru to study the  origin and early customs of the inhabitants of tho Pacific coast.  TO PREVENT IS BETTER THAN TO  REI'ENT.-A little medicine in the shnpe  of tho wonderful pellets which aro known  as Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, nilmiuis-  tered at the proper time and n-lth the  directions adhered to often prevent a  serious attack of sickness and savo inon-  nll irregularities of the- digestive organs  thoy. aro an invaluable corrective und by  cleansing the blood thoy clear tlio skin  of imperfections,  A set of silver-inouii'ted dueling pistols onciV owned by Goorgo Washington -wus purchased by a New York  dealer tho other day at;tvn auction,  A Singular Accident.  A cyclist wus riding on an old fashioned, ordinary machine, t!w wooden  handles of which wore missing, leaving  tho iron spikes exposed. IIo dismounted,  but in starting tho iiiiiohiiio ho missed  tho pedal, in)i'l tlio bicycle i'/illing ho  foil on top of it, and oue of thu handle  spikes entering his loft breast und peno-  truting right through to tiio heart, camo  out ut his buck just under tho shoulder  blado. riodiod soon aftr-r boin-j taken  to tha hospital,���������Whole* Family.  Poptiliii' National Sons:'-,  Wo havo iv number of song-* tint poem  to lay about equal claims to distinction  na national son:.'-*. "Star SpangleilBan-  uer," ���������"AmevJciv" and "Columbia" aro  three of tbo llrst class. Then comes  "Yankoo Doodle," which is untjiu-stion-  nbly tho song ami tuuo representative of  New Etuflnn-l, whllo "Dixit)" linn just as  firm a hold upon tlio hoartsof the south-  erucw.���������CMciibo Nows-Record.  Only One Tlmo Moro.  Ho���������I'vo naked, yon threo times to  marry mo. How tnany mora times do  you want mo to nsk you?  Hlio (tenderly)���������Only once, and lot tliat  onco bo 50 years houea-  Didn't *ee Then*.  "now did your nephow's weddlnu  pass off?"  "Just splendid."  ���������'Wpro them any contretemps?"  "I don't thluk so. I didn't seo any.  You sec, we had tho church thoroughly  cknn**--! up before the weddim** took  placo.'*  Didn't Tako tlie Hint.  Norn-Ol tovvld thot installment mon  thot ho nadon't call so often.  Mistress-Did he take tho hint?  "No, mum: ho took the pionny."  Winter.  The sky agrayj   athwart tho clouds till  fluffy  The sea ftvll scuda with many a frightened squawk;  My neighbor, Justifiably huffy,  Has Just apostrophls-i-d my icy walk!  Tho coal bin's empty; I'vo no single spill*'  ter,  And fuol's Just gono up-by cum, lt'a win-  ttrl  ���������Baltimore Now*.  SUNUGHT  Soap  REDUCES  EXPENSE  Their tteate.  "Tbelr marriage was a baity affair,  I ondorftftod."  "Yea, indeed. Tbey told (bt mlnlittr  to hurry, as they had engaged ft cabman by (be hoar."  OntoB way lead ��������� nm lato niay  mtm, but it Jomflif ���������*���������*  $6,000 Reward *������* ���������jRSJft  Limited, Toronto, to nny person who  can prove that thii soap contains  any form of adulteration whatsoever,  or contains any injurious chemicals.  Alb ter tba Octagon Bar, its  Helping the Government.  Now that the civil war is a long -way  in the past it is safe to relate certain  caises of the cutting of red tape which at  the time were "winked at and kept as  quiet as possible. Military routine often  left men without what civilians would  regard as the commonest necessities of  life, and to endure these deprivations  when they were unnecessary was hard  anywhere, and especially so at ."Washington, where supplies were abundant  enough.  One day in the summer of 1801 a Maine  regiment was encamped in Washington.  The rations were poor, and two soldiers,  privates, resolved to see if they could  not get something  etter.  They went, in their uniforms of courst.  directly to the Whits House, and entering by a side door managed to evade the  guardians of the executive mansion. In  oue of the passages they met a very tall  man. They had no doubt it was President Lincoln. They bowed to him, and  he bowed to them, but they said nothing. Their business was not with him,  but with his cook.  They went on and found their way to  the broad kitchen. The cook was there  at work. ,  "Look here!" the Maine men said to  him, "we've sworn to support this'era  government, and fer two weeks we've  ben a-doin it on nothin but salt junk.  Now, if you'd spare us a little of this 'ere  stuff, we think it would put this war  along amazin'lyl"  They selected what they thought  would "go round" among their particular friends at the camp and carried it  off, no one saying them nay.���������Youth's  Companion.  An Awful Possibility.  It is a great deal more sensible to  travel comfortably than to throw away  money for nothing. I would prefer to  have a cabin to myself, even if I had to  travel on a second class ship. I do uot  see why I should have a stranger in my  room. It is a dreadful lottery, and he  is apt. to have very unclean habits; Imagine this in a close, stuffy atmosphere,  filled already "with the odors of the ship  and the stench of the machinery. You  cannot ask a man for a guarantee of his  position. He is apt to belong to the middle class, and think how perfectly horrible it would be to inhabit a room with a  "being who has very uncertain notions  about the complete change of linen every  day and whose rule of cleanliness has  been a tub once a week, on Saturday  night..  ���������"And"thenreven"if-cleanlyrhe-might  not wear the right kind of underclothes,  and he might persist in sleeping in night  robes instead of pajamas, and he might  do a hundred other dreadful things.  Think of watching such a creature diess  ���������it would bo an awful fascination with  me���������and find tbat he changed his collar  and his cuffs and not his shirt, which,  still glazed and shiny from tho manipulations of a Chinaman, would have its  dirt spotted bosom concealed by a made  up scarf with���������it is too horrible to think  ofl���������Cor. Vogue.  CEDAR FENCE POSTS"**"'-'  tot Uif,  tkNt In ft-* luilm ik-iII tad, li Mr Im4 liU������4ddrtM G *"*>  UM, WIIIIum, Sit-MMU, V,0,t,  Cross?  Poor man I  Ho can't help if.  He gets bilious.   He needs u  5ooa liver pill���������Ayer's Fills.  'hey'act directly on the liver,  curo biliousness.     f a**.*-.  mfm>*������0m0mm0*mmmmm0ma0^*^^*������*m  Want your moustache or beard  neww}tmib*m*orrkhblmtkT V$*%  ILPINGAM'S  ���������fflLni h iiwiii i ���������tlXWgfc  Quoor Tastes In Kating.  In a popular restaurant the other day  at lunch I took up what I supposed was  a saltbox to sprinkle my roast beef and  was startled by tho sudden exclamation  of the waiter, "That's sugar." This led  to a conversation in which the waiter  said that in an establishment where he  had been employed an old gentleman  camo in regularly at least three times a  week and ordered i>, sirloin steak woll  broiled, upon which ha always poured a  liberal portion of Now Orleans molassos,  Another waiter said that on ono occasion a youiiff man had ordered powderod  sugar and two dozon oystors and that  he had liberally sprinkled tho sugar on  the oystors before ho ato them. A companion accompauiod liiui and watched  tho performance, and tho waitor said ho  believed it waa tho result of a hot. 1  myBeU' recall a lad who attended boarding school with mo, and who invariably  put powdered sugar ou his sol't boilod  oggs.���������New York Press.  Monoy Iu Wall Streot.  Now Yorkers aro noted i'or being  scramblers after monoy. But they are  juBt na romurkablo for tho risks thoy  tako with it when thoy got it. A man  wont through Wall street to tlio furry  ono day last wcok with ^00,000 in tho  pocket of Ilia overcoat, IIo had an umbrella In ono hnnd iind u ci^ar between  tho ilngevs of tho othor, It would not  havo required an expert pickpocket to  relievo him of his weal th. Yesterday a lud  was sent to a bunking housfo to deposit a  certified oheck for$G*������,0U0. U<* wont along  gwingring it in his hand. In front of tho  bank ho stoppod and tried to balance tbo  check on tho ond of his noso. No ono  would have boliovod that what ho had  was anything but a worthless scrap of  r-qper."-Now York Time*.   ,  Jleaelta Uaknawa,  "The old, old story 1" exclaimed ths  husband, with a long drawn slgb, tl  lie laid down his paper. "Another man  committed suicide because his home  was nnhantAT."  "And did tbat make his homo any  happier?" asked bli wife. 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Do You Want  SOME ONE TO HANDLE YOUR OIIIPMENTS f*"i  TO O0N8I0N YOUR GRAIN TO A RCLIABLC FIRM     /  WIOMPT OEItYlOE AND CAREFUL ATTENTION S  Jf ������o, the nnderilc'iert-ntnt-i your buglim^ and will uudeavor to give nutUiaciloB-  ' Cash ftdvauceri on conBigumnnts.    Keferencot   Unloti Bank of Canada.  Tht oldest eslubllshnd Grain Commlmiion  Mei-oli'inf. In Wlni-lposr,  Qrnln  Kxclifii**-.**,  Wlnnlpo.q.  ^whwiiiiiih'|>'i i.Mii m������*   mmi ���������i-iiMip-iwsi'ii^^ pww  35  zimtz  "^KJ  *.'*,*m.w&rmmm  The Floor-Tfillcer.  One of tlio grontest surprises for n  countryman on lila llrst visit to a big  city is to Joarn that tho floorwalker dooa  not own tho store.���������Danville (111.) Commercial Kews. _^__  A l.nrcu Club,  An applicant for ofllco, who may bo  called John .iciiioh, nliliuugh Hint, is nut  Ills nnmo, neat In Ida enrd to Presldont  MoKlnloy tho othor tiny. It rrud on foi-  Iow������i "John .Touch, ti. K, A, O. club."  'i'lio prcHlilenfc hiiw bim nftor ono or two  enlleta hint Imuii (ll^iniHrd of, and, wltb tlio  curd still la lilri liniidK, wilil:  "Jty tho way, .Tuhn, what do tho lottors  on ymir i:anl tnoitnf I never hoard of suoli  it club."  "Why, Mr. PrcnUlent," rosponcloil .Tonon  laui(lilii(*ly, "Iiuii a lu'iiUiif- moiubor ul  thiM'i'y laruii'.Soiiii i.ilnj- Kijually us Good  olub.' "������������������Washiii'-tiiu Tout.  G&C  kLONG HiP,;'  APOPUURC^fFORIW  ��������� 2S3  NO BRASS EYELETS  MAKUMCTURID ONLY BY  Brush 4 C������  TOsojrra - -ows*.  Of tho .sixteen children born to tho  Into I-'rofossor "Moinmsen four nro  dcud, ono is,a physician, and imoiiu'i-  sits in the Hcichstay fur "Danl/iy.  Sovcro folds aro wiHily cunul hv tho  ���������iso ql' iilcklo.'-* Anll-Coiisii:iiiit.ivo By-  rup, a medicine of t,xti'aoniiii,\i,y noiio-  tnitliii** and hoalijitr iiroinn'f.l.'s- it is  ncknowhdtrcd hv those u-hn luivn i,soil  it ns boiatr Iho best mad ic inn Hold for  oiit'lls, ctddn. fiiflnniinnfion df tln������  Iuiioh, mnl nil nUi'ciHins of tho thront  ������nd chcHt. lis n������-i'i'i'iil)li*n(>MH In ihn  tnsto ninki'S it a fuvorito with Indies  and t'luldri'ii, ,,  llidlc App|of*;i"i<i<, nu American Ringer, oneo tttiipluyed at tho Prosilon  opcrn will go to tho royal thoiUro  at AVi'iniar.  T.lWuiov Soap���������-llNltifoctniit���������I-i atrnnisly  rt<coiiiiiii*-nilc'i| liy thu nii"liivil (iH.ffHDlon  ns   a   sofoRUnrd   ������|-aln-.t  intootlous ill������-  In n divinity ossny writton by nn  Fjiixlinh Kchoollioy nppf-arctl tho following piiKsa-j-o : "And JJ������ fod unto  Moi.i-N, Cninii forth; but ho cnnn* tiflh_,  and loHt tho job. Morfal, ("Jit up  ii rly."  Tf your ������������������hl'dmi mi-nn nnrf nro rantlt-**  durinix Hloop, toupl-d whon iiwuko wiih a  o*m of n|ir**-titr������, p������l<i enunt^nnni-'*, Hok-  aiK ui um fiuM*, tic, you jiiity aeiicnil  nnon It Mv-I tl'.f fclnvir'- fniinp of llie  irouhli* |n wormr-. Mot tier (! raves' Worm  Kxu-rmlimtor ������'ffwtmill.v rnmovo* thes*  p-������f-tii, nt one. n������lIrvine th������ little milTcr.  era,  y> tl������-i"., tl    IIOtr'U'lM"    ln^l,.������    ll;;,*    ^������;^  war will not imcl it. PoHslbly Jnpnn  will ho wllHn/? to quoto thoin rates  on hnlf-do-*on lots if they must havo  tnon?,  A irirl Ih always proud of her new  h-it imiil sho miH-tM anothor mrl with  ono that'll mora troakloh  **%r n u 1*4*9 *%rm J--.-3U -il). EVKRY TUKtflJAV .  u^^ojVioa    $2 oo a year,  ia u?. Hnoerson, fltoc  m Advertisers wbo want tlu-ii ad  ^hanged, should Ret copy in by  ���������9 a.m. day "before 18SU-*  The Editor will n->t be rrspum<-l.l������ for ������h  views, Beatiineuts, or any err.-fsof -.-on.pobi  tion of letter eorreapoudfcuts.  Job Work Strictly C 0. D.  Transient Ads Cash in Advance.  mc'.* sire Itn* g  t;-.ken   to int 0  du* more gem rally into ibe a<n*o  a system of training for ine easing  the vi.mni -.-owem ot *��������������� ldivrs  and  further <k'vei<pi"g rheivp-wers of  observation in tbe field wbich has  tlready bt en tiled under Field Mar  Biiall, Sir Evelyn  Wu--d  V. C , in  th������ 2nd Army Corps.    Tne ptirpr-s  es of the tram.ng now proposed a>e  suited to be:���������To improve the fcoi-  dier-B vision and develop Ids quick  ness of peicejUion so that he may,  under ordinary conditions, find us  way about and loca'e    n enemy  without hi-s presence being dU������.los-  e i.   To train the soldier so that he  may  acqui:e  an eye for country  w.dch will enable him lo.report ac  curately what he has observed, and  in -.incuvt-iy to --elect the position  whitdi will i'ff->rd tufibe.*' cover ������nd  bed. fi-! d oi fir-- and the mem bun-  able lines oi advance and .retivu .  'i.i enable  bim  when  tired upon  from an unknown qua. ter to jadgi-  the  j o.-t likely  po ition which  an  ea������my may be occupying, and  to  teach him how  to counteract the  ordinary m-ts and strata, em*-* em  ployed by  an enterprising  er.em*-  ���������in-w-*-r-.���������XiieJinipio^li^LiLJii^.  soldier's sight and powers of obser-  vai.on, it iu su^ges-i'-d, c'n .������ nij b������-  ' effecte'd.upon a system similar to  t-iat of the training he receives at  school and at the gymnasium.  The in������ ruction should be individual and progressive, proceeding  gradually from tl e training of the  group ui* Bcoii >n by it*- leader to ������he  higher trainiug 01 the squadron,  battery or company by its commander.  ��������� * *  Indian  native  opinion   on  the  ���������war so far as it has found express  ion condemns Russia and applauds  J.ip.-n as the   ohnnpinn of Asia  against insatiable aggression.  ��������� * ���������  The French Society of Pigeon  Fanciers has decided to 'despatch  J50 young carrier birds to the Par  East with tho object of estab.isiiing  communication between Port Arthur and the other strategic positions in Manchuria.  ������������������burns coal, coke or wood with equal facility.  Flues, grates, fire-pot and feed-doors, are  specially constructed to burn any kind of fuel, and  a special wood grate is always supplied.  Sold by all enterprising dealers,   Write for booklet.  rt-vu:  -.���������"*-������..  A Bank Account  AND A  Full Pockctbook  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N. B.  Mra Littlo and Lndy Bromley  wero anion-? the arrivals on Thursday's sieamer. Lady Bvoinley has  beeu making an extended visit at  Mrs DunBBiuir'a, Victoria, and will  return to England in Jane,  *fff?mammmmam oma**mm*mmmmmm  DEATH.  The death occurred at Nanaimo  on May 14th of MrB Annie M.  Heathorftell, wife of G* 0. Heather-  bell uf Hornby Iain I'd. De'ueasod  wan brought down un the City of  Nanaimo for medical treat merit on  Friday wliem-u who vms taken to  tho ho-pitJi), dying i'l only a [lor  fttmiu'idon.     V vc yon*-) and three  UaugiHC'i) nun .*w  uwi'uu������ ...  loft to ii'i-urii 1110 *o"������ ui ua .u'...:i-  ionale and dcveiled wile and ruutliwr.  They have the r'tm������r������ sympathy of  ovoryti'Ac. The lat������ Mru lioatl:er-  bell waa a daughter of tho lain  John and Mr������ Ornlrnm of Den man  Inland who both died Ioxh than a  y������������ar ago within a few monttut of  eatli-tUr. Mr-H*rm ton of S.-ii-d  wild*, and Mrs J. Hawkins of Nob  Hill, Coiiicx,iii'<- aisiercoi di'-j'-'iml.  Tho rtiriairiB were taken tu Victcria  fo. interment.  Telegraphic News  , -���������0���������  Seattle, 15th���������The . Berp-D-i'viB  wrestling nvitch was won by Berg  It was a hard fought contest last-  in t? 146 minutes and 30 seconds.  Strength won, Davis was practically  out during the last 10 minutes and  while in that condition he met  Berg's attack with a display of defensive tactics little less than wonderful. Berg came out of the match  badly, used up but still in -possession of his senses and able to help  his defeated opponent to his feet.  'Nanaimo, 14���������-This morning fire  brol������e���������ouT" iTr"La*dYsmit*h~" bumber-  Co's  Mills at Fiddicks Junction,  si.*; miles from here, originating iu  an unexplained manner ia m w  plaining mill which never yet opei-  ated. Fortunately a good supply  of water was at hand and conflagration was confined to plaining  mill and was soon under control.  Loss $4,000.    No insurance.  Chefoo, 15 th--A special to the  Daily News says when the Daily  Ni.'Wh' despatch boat arrived off  Dalny tarly this morning a heavy  bombardment was in progress, As  the ohanntl was thickly mined by  the Russians and the Japanese Admiral Kota< ko issued orders siriot-  ly that non combatant boats were  to be excluded and that it was impossible to get within the toddntead  hence an accurate report of the proceeding is impossible. As far as  it was possible to ascertain, 6 crui-  Here, 1 gunboat and 1 battleship  having cleared the channel entered  the harbor shortly after daylight  and began a heavy fire which was  still in progress at noon 2,000  Japanese troops are infesting the  town and have now captured ihe  city and surrounding territory.  There aro now 500,000 Japanese  troops on the peninsula.  Tokio, 16th���������The Japanese despatch boat Mikado was destroyed  in Korea buy,to-day by Htriki'ng a  submerged mine. 8 casualties are  reported.  Seoul, 16���������Several hundred Russians yt^torday attacked and plundered the British gold mines at Fun  Sun, Coreo. Many British and  J ipunes-*) minors, and their goods,  wero taken, and several were imprisoned,  St Petersburg, IU���������The Japaneso  aro determined that thero will not  b������ anv further rail oon-munioiUiott  between Gen. Kuropatlun and Port  Arthur. Ullicial advii*---- rt.ooived  today tay tho Japanese have destroyed 50 miles ot railroad north of  Kin Chou.  New Chwang, lb���������ihe Uu-������m������i-i������  now admit that the railroad to Port  Arthur ������������ cloned, Nothing has been  beard Irom there by wire fjr threo  days, and six days mail consigned  to po'nts month of Hsin Ven wa������  returned thi* afternoon. The Huh-  hi a n������ any that Gen. Linovitch, witb  a large army is moving from Via-  divoitok.  THE    LITTLE  Repair  Shop  (OprosiTE tub Big Store)  Dunsmuir Aye, (Duitolanfl  Bicycles, Guns and, Finhing- Rods  repaired.       Lathe work0neatly ex  ecuted.       Best   of   Material   and  Fittings used.  E,   EMDE.  FOR  SALE  Our entire stock of bic^cTei~and"  fi'tings, tinware and tinsmith tools.  La*he, drill, r. elal worker's t'ol ,  will he fold at a bargain as we intend leaving. This is a rare opportunity for a mechanic to acquire a good business. Apply at  our premises, Third  Street.  H. TANAKA& SON.  Result from a course of training  by mail with the International  Correspondence Schools. We  qualify men and women for  better work and better pay, and  equip inexperienced people for  salaried positions.  That our students succeed is  proved by the hundreds of testimonials we have received from  all parts of the country.  In the following pages are  given the names, addresses,  and brief mention of the advancement of a few ambitious  people who have increased their  salaries by enrolling for courses  of special training in the  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPONDENCE   SCHOOLS  fl* ���������ffyoBiaft Ave, Scr-itu, Pi.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE  His Honour tho Lien tenant-Governor in  Counoil has born pleased to nmku the following apdointmunt:���������  G'li April, 1904.  William, "Wi-su-v Wiuaup, of tho City  of Cumberland, Esquire, J ,*?., to Im oflioi<d  Administrator for chat portion of the  County of Nanuiuio comprised within thc  Comox KUjotoral Dintoiot, vioe Mr H, P.  Oollia.  To Lease or for Sale.  A RANCH of 160 acres, in Cemox District, about 20 aoren dinar and partly clear,  with }.ood baru.���������Apply fch;s Offloo.  TO LEAHB, Bflily'B Farm, by the  year, For particular's, apply to  Chas. Bridges, West Lawn, Sandwick, P.O., Comox.  You can gut Pit Bootu, Overalls.  Pit Caps, &e., at took bottom prioof-  at the Corner Store.  YOUNG PEPIGRKK YORKSHIRE  PIUS from thu hard of J, K. Urethour Bur*  for'J, On*,, ciii-lit \vi*ek������ olrl, $10 uaoh, 8.  O, Whitt* Leghorn Mfiga, 81.50 per 15,���������F.  Rdiison, Mayas Wand, B.O.  .   I) ,U.  .I'.LJ.JJIU  UNION BREWING Co.,  NANAIMO,   B.O.  The yearly return of'the Bock Beer season is of interest to the  brewer as well as the public, and tht*  UNION  BOCErBGGR  For   1904,     Will again show that special care has been taken in th- nanutao'ui-eof the sup-rior  artule.    The Uuion Browing Co."u ("took ha.s been breww-d for a number of mouth*  ���������aud.,3tored,inAharjamoua cellarB uutil it haa 'reached the proper age, and is now  ON^RAUiiHT AT ALL HOTRLs! :      '���������  ���������"       . ' "���������    ������������������   " .""-��������� ������������������������������������������������������'".     "        ''"���������   '-,,'Ji1.1-   ,mmmr*. 1 JiLLi-g  Royal Barfk of Carfada  Capital (paid up)      $3,000,000  Ke3erva Fund, 8,000,000  Uii divided Profits,  193,600  T. E. KENNY, Pkksiwjnt, E, L  PEASE, Gknriul Manaorr.  BRANCH  AT   CUMBERLAND.   ...  Savings Bank Department :-Dipo.-.its of U und ui-.vardH reoeived j  Interoit al-.  allowed at curruut mtas, cumpouudtd twice each year ou 30ih Jane ai.d Slut Dooember  Drafts on all poiuts bought and ->old.  P. von CRAMER, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS in 10 3;   Saturday, 10 to 12;   Open Pay Nights, 7 p,m togp.m  ���������HMMMMtW-nM  aMMMMMMMM  NScholles & Renouf, Ld.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. 0.  Just received largo shipment of  <r���������.^  IR/OIN"   AGE  Wk&s  CULTIVATORS,  SEED DRILLS,  WHEEL HOES, Etc.  VIHIY I,ATWn' WPUOVBftffiNTH,  Call aod sen them or write for oataloguoi and prior*.  Telephone 88. Sole Agents for B,0. P 0. Drawer. 568  ���������"���������      .   '..,   ,i,I..JU!Hl,'ll.lI.U.i'!lJ.lH  FOR RATiK'���������Good Violin, apply  at tW*M-W'M'*.  B������,JIIJU.IM !J. .������������������...-"������������������.'.!���������������������������-  -      " 'i'..ll.'f.  ���������!.l*  Offering thin week ut the Cnyh  Furniture fttore. Stair carpoiu,  iiuolou,...-. Inly hw^ioi nnd po-  cartH, children'* high chairs, youthu  dining chairu, tables in Hndlew  variety, wire, jumbo and moeg  mattret-nes, Bideboardf, bedpteada,  UockiiiK <din Irs from $2 up; hnd  i-'euds Jrora |J) ; wire upriiigt*, $8 ;  iron fodr-tflRd with wire spring  luattress, complete, $8.���������A. Nick-  ERBON,  NOTIOE,  I havo sold out my buniuon, including  undertaking, pioturo framing, upholsteriog,  and 1 onerul jobbing in tho building lino, feo  Mr Jan. H. OnlUnM of Victoria, who ia tu*  turo will carry on thu abovo huainoHS.  Ail Aoonui.tn due me must bu paid on or  boforo April 2lkh,  Thaukiug the publlo for thoir pait patro-  nf-flfl. !  1    fclMV-UvL-a.  UJUU'IJUIII���������W  WANTED  Special Kf.presentativkio this county  i and aiijuiiiinii M.iii{������j,-iv-<' io represent  and advertise an old established business  house of solid financial standing. Salary  $31 weekly, with Expenses advanced  each Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and buggy furnished  when necessary; position permanent.  Address Hlew Uios. & Co. ,Uoom 610  , Monnn Uidg., Chicago, Ui.  FOR BAIM,  160 lo., Orown Brant Land  On VALDBZ ISLAND,  100 acres in Grasn Pasture, about  10 norefl in Meadow.  How?������,  Barn, Stable, nnd other  Outiiouses.  50 FRUIT TUBES tn  BEARINd  Weil watered by a creek ; 2 miles  fwu������ Wharf, having scwi wctkly  steamer  calls   from   Vancouver,  10 HEAD GOQP 8T00K, Ac, dm,  Apply mis Omen.

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