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 a*i  ���������������������������atpa  TWE-LfTH  VEA$.  Ctf'jyfB-EfcLAN-P, -ft. C,     FRIDAY,  -*-*-  COUNCIL   MEfiTINQ.  AT THE BIG STORE  Suite to ������uit  WE are. now showing the NKW SEASONS. STYLES in  READY-TO-WEAR Clothing and ask.yo������ to .come And  Look the Garments over and try them on  Tl  Suits $8 to $20  Fabric, Fit, Finish  teed  and Value   guaran-  Our     range   of   BOYS   and  YOUTHS 2 and 3 piece  SUITS is now complete, including a nice line of Buster  Browns and Russian Blouse  suits.  NOTICE.  IF WE CANNOT FIT YOU, LEAVE  ** *_  YOUK MEASURE, WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF DIFFERENT PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM   AND  WILL   ASSURE YOU ENTIRE SATISFACTION. .  SlUOy LEISER # CO.,LTmJ..  Nicholies & R^nouf; Ld-  61 YATES STREET ��������� 7Vlftd^A.'B.O. ,  Just received large lihipiuent of  *& #M.  TRjOTX   A.GKE!  ���������ft  CULTIVATORS,   SEED DRILLS,   WHREL H01CS, Etc.  VBHY l.ATRHT IMPIlrtVRMKNTR,  Call and sea them or ������y rite .for, catalogued and prices.  PO. Diawor 663  Tojepjjone 82.  Sole Agents for B,0.  ,    ^WlX  ������i&." i*'*''  ���������*s>  ���������V  *'  ,'*-"%  AFTER YOU  ' "if you wo j"������(U ftlr-Jndy ft cus-  r tomor, we want your trade,  either direct or through your  dealer who will procure any  of our linen that ynu wb-b, ;.   We guarantee   absolute   satisfaction   ���������R/*Ells������!E*E]*M:*B*E3*R/   that,  We will save you monoy-���������Try us���������and with the help of our  Catalog te���������which ii freo���������you can select any or all of your  Home Furnishing Needs  from th* largest stock in Weatern Canada.  That's a proposition worth your considers!Ion,  isu,  ���������outh of Formosa.  oorreapondfiit of the. Times, fays  tfen Unhitch haa demanded, tha refill of G<jn Knrop^kin.  81 Petsrsburg 2Ath~The*^o?ira!  The pipers got nut oxlran on the  reports and the newspaper boys  wero alo-tml mobbed by tlto people  in their ������ag^nese to iearn details.  ���������(    -r. : -$r-r~. rr-     ,  .pouncji mfi Moj.day evening in  -.ise C^a'^ibiT**. I  .f.wni, Mayor Wiilard, Aid**.  fljat������ $# ^eud jjtnd 'Ms Ponald.  MJ.n^te* r^ audaiopivd.  QpaiAolfi banks' je-port read.  Collection* ior Apri!-**'-Scavei*i(*-er  $U8:oo. Police Court 9 oo, Hnli rent  2.50, Sot-le/*.'--; $1,75 total JM.26.  Communication was read froui  Nanaimo Pojitioil invltng "Mayor  and Council to their city on Victoria Day. Accepted, and intimation  ������iven th.at #11 -would attend who  could. An juvjtation was in turn,  extended t,o ppupcil.s oi, Nanaimo  and Ladysj#;t}i to .attend the 12th  o. July Ueuif)f}j5tr-*.tion -up here.  Mr Hon--*) Reported thst the  Stock Ryi'atr ' was being violated,  peopie leaving ft ui cows all night.  Also that me Corporation a'a. ble*  had been brftk-pp into Sunday ujght.  The otticers were instructed toeajrv.  out the provisions of the ifylavy  to,'  cows.  The quest io*). of hprsea at large  on the pulilip street wan discussed,  and 'liclerk instructed to notiiy  l*y adve'rUsema-ftt, that apy horse  owner would be bt-Jd liable for any  daaiiige caused by apy horse, hi-  propeny. Mayor Wiilard reported  having interviewed the Attorney  Ueueral in the matter of employing prisoner-* held for short term**.  He was told the matter would be  attended to, buu.tba<- the A.ii. wan  tillable to isay, offhand, whether  this cotiId be done through the  department or by order y\ council-  yi.."jm.  Local and,Personal  Little Bobby Thompson, who wan  taken lo Nanaimo lately, h**" h������|d  hit; leg opei a ted on by l)r i-{ogle, a  -Pi^^ol^'^Beab-'ii^oqe rem-veo,  and is now well on toward Teuovwyr  Tile Big Stoie for straw Hat������ frorn  10c up.. '���������'���������.'  iseo our line of English Mim-Q-War  unbreakable Straw Hath, nound  edge--, nothing better-.tuf ���������tchiUireii  Rev. Mr Miseiier waathe gito***. of  Mr Denton ai������d family,. Mr Mibener;  .'tovit^n trHh-tfered ,i-a iiuaxat* iitiva  (..olden w here he hi! hiwiti atattotn*d  8,iic<* leaving CuoiliwUi'd.  T. E. Uaie has jnsf revived I ton pf  Wall Paper.  Ciipu Gardener, late/of the "City  of Naiiainio" w������������ in lotyn last week.  He in now in thecoroinweioo buei-  neaa, lucuted in Vic;oiia.  At the Big Store you ^iII gee all  newest niylew in Lanii-H WaiatB, Iu  pilkH and cotton fabricu oUc lo $12  each. "  Mrn T, Home left on Friday  morning for Nanainm on a visit to  her mother.  Shoea. Shoes. Shoes.  20 Cutset* opened up this week.  Niipiei & rartridjj ���������.  MrG. R. Robson of the H. B,  Co. and Mr L, Peuke reureHentiti  Frimer ik Co's Hardware firm, pint  Cumberland a busiueoa call last  week.  Small prices bring big. bu<ineKS  ���������we w.tnt the���������busin-SMt Napier  & Cartridge,  The Young People* Guild of the  PreHbyierian Church enjoyed an  outing to Courtney hist Wedne^ny.  Thfy nave an entertainw^at in the  Agi[cultural Hall which was fairly  at i hi-tied  New Potatoes, At tho Rig Htore,  Mr T. W. NUitiudalo, of the  Horanton School, ha������ imp, removed  from thin mute to P������eiUudvOr. We  wifh .Mr Martindale good luck in  liirt.new hoice. Our hum is Port-  lauds gaiu,  Boys aw becoming a pavV������ oaimoee it  tnUrUlamwU. It is ntUrly Impouibla  for iici-ffrw-'r-i to ha baarl *% even * abort  -M-jUtic* trfl-m \ha a\*ge. If a CoaiUMe  would mmtIm hit Wthorily tm insb ouosfioBt  be woald b* ooafrrriog a favour oa parlor*  ntn sad a long nfftvtaf ���������adteoce  Mr God TutMI unit Mulct W Cllstott  iitiv-id here from S f oo tlit "WeMaftton"  to ipood tba Saownsr vmrtoo witb tbeir  ptreats  B*������ween the boort of ? and 3 o'elock oo  Wedatrrfay noraiag ta aialosioa ot dyat-  miteooovrtd is a Cbtaeaa teetdene* tha  bhtMik area aertrtly M% oa tbe tdwaait*  Two Chifwee were iotjtttA  MunicipaUtfoftha City  of CuWb������-c-  land.  Owners of Hoi-art*, aiJp������F������og.the*n  to run at large wiih'iu. the tCity  limit** will be held responsible tor  any damtge dune.  BY. ORDER  l. w. jTff^s, cate  Cumberland. BfC,^ Mny, 1305  Wall * Pa^er  *m*mmm  mm  JUST .ARf������Vfi������ AT XHS  It Lireponed tbat "Mr Bate, of tb������  Public School Ktaff, hao  purchaai-.  Mr Grunt''* intere-ii in the Euit-i  prize OiJJce, thai gentleman intern  ing leaving here on Mce������>iini oi ii.  health.     As  Mr Grant'*   inu-rest  practically covera ihe entire piant,  Air Bate will he proprietor in  fact.  This will of course n.eau a vncincy  on the teachers staff, as Mr Bateu  will not be able to combine the two  v'ocitioi e.    We wish him luck in  hia new venture.  WEDDING.  The  ')U.-^o-.*-^J  MAGNET  h'.LSH HTOKE,  Last evening at eight o'clock a  very pretty wedding was solemnized in Trinity Church by Rev Mr  Wlllen*-ar a������8teted by Rev Mr  Chrit-tma* tbe rector. The contracting parties were Mis* Hattte  AbraniH, eldest daughter ot James  Abramu S.M., and Mr C. Gallaud-  er������, of Vancouver. The full qhoir  furnished appropriate wu-ic. Tlie  biide was g.veu away by lier father  and attended by her sister Miss L.  Abramr*. Mr Fuller supported the  groom. The bride looked very Bweet  in the traditional orange blossom-'  and veil, he? Wees being of white  crepe de cllhwd, and. she earned a  bouquet ofwhite rqser. Only th*-  iuiraediat&alatives of the bride were  guestaat tate'wedding, but a Urge  cbnoourae%M*baxed at the Church  tp wiliiee* the'^ereiri^y, ML-i? Abramu having lived in Cumberland  since .early_childhood������_Ths_young_  couple left|������r Vancouver this tuorn~  ing where asby will reBide, followed  by the gou^Stiahea of many frieiids.  100 Pahern-t to choose from.      ti  2 Double Rolls for 25cta, upwards.  Home I/ining,   Mixed I'ou,., IW Sbfdon at  .VU'tMtmu,     lj������������-tjeli,    St������iui,   Varoialv  Whtiit.'-, HiutUn*. etc.  T. E. BATE,  DUN8M0JR AVE,  Cumberlaad  - J905 -  wall -'Paper  FOR   ������ALB-;v  Ltit 2, Block U. Penrith. Avenuw,  A full sized lot in ta desirable loca*  tion. Term*. Apply K. J.J Judd.  :,17 Cordova Si  West' Vancouver.  The firm opy of Mattel's weekly,  r magaxine published jnx Winnipeg  ha* rtched us. A well g6t up rtjad-  able pap-r, foil of ihfor^at.^*tr"������n*t  North Wet-l facts.   ,      S'xA''j-^  ;\t*    ������������������: :'l  __ Ladiee Suej* and Kid' G^lo^jin *  airtheTTtw^iTanWt'ar1^!.^*?.^-  por Pidr. \ .��������� . -..������  Naoier & Partiridge.  i  i.i 'tyiy t.  1  '  Fine Balbri  $L00  Shifts   are    Sateen  trimmed  pearl" buttons, well  made button  holes���������sizes 34 Xp 44.  drawers are.also Sateen trimnted  ..'������������������'��������� ���������*   >  and taped���������three large, pearl .but-,  tons ^wn> Lonr-not   thrown in���������  Matcriai%3uperior double thread  balbrigg^n���������50c a garment  There's aether splendid ^  wear here at $iiQO.������'i;..;fiuiM|::TO  60 per cent wool, the other part i-s  cotton���������good cotton,   guaranteed  unshrinkable* by the makers a#  by Scott,  If you prefer all wool next your . V  d:in, it's here in a light weight nat. /  ural  wool, imported, at $1.00 a  garment.  HPfct'UL-20-Jwcn S"-dark Cashmere mi, regular 85c������  for 'J&e.  M  r/n  'VX  CEQEMa  nmui)  4*fll  f  ;in  ������������������Mlil^Mi������IM������ <���������������  My Lady Peggy  Goes to Town  By  FRANCES AYMAR MATHEWS  * ������     *  Owrtghl. 1901. hi Tbe Bowen-Mwrlll Comwny  CHAPTER III.  WHOEVER knows the rare delights of an English 'dawn  nowadays^,can figure for  himself, tb'.jftTc letter bow  'twas when Lady Peggy -and' Chockey,  after a make baste toilet in tbe dark,  slipped out Into tbo sweetness tbat  long ago spring morning.  Lady Peggy took tbe lead, klrtle high  upheld, shoes soon bedrabbled in the  dust and dew. Chockey, bearing tbe  newly covered bos in her stout arms,  followed close at heel. Both women,  veiled double, and being wholly unused  to such matters,'-sighting tbe path  much the worse for tbe covering; in  fact, Peggy stumbled along like some  old crone, and yet laughed under ber  breath merrily back at floundering  Chockey. .  "Hist, Chock!-Had I now but brought  dad's cane and snuffbox I must sure  be taken "for' some threescore dame  come yawning out of bed before her  hour to overtake, mayhap, a recreant  AN grandson. Zounds, ns my twin 'd say,  ���������were he here," and, hauling at the  mischievous brussels veil, down flopped her ladyship on her knees betwixt two villainous ruts.  "Ob, my lady," moaned the waiting  ���������woman, panting under cook's delaine  and the calfskin box. "Lord ba*  mercy! An this be the way to London, I'd liefer be sittin' in the kitchen  chimney a-blessln' my porridge and  spoonin' of 't than this," assisting her  mistress to her feet.  "Fie upon thee, Chock! Remember  you're waiting woman now to a lady  of fashion���������to wit, myself���������and well  used to Journeys up to town in coacheB  every season! Lud!" Here Peggy  stood in a puddle to take breath. "I  wonder if we'll ever .pass muster at  ���������the-innr^^d~yet-IJm-sure~laffdIoTd"oir  dame or .hostler 'd never "think of me."  "Haste, madam," returns Chockey,  "for do not forget the coach starts at  5 on the stroke, and we've still tbe  quarter mile to go."  And on they went. Peggy with a  measured tread, Cbockey plodding after, into the inn yard, where even now  the great coach with its four bays  waited the signal to start.  "All   b'up  for the  London  mail!"  shouted the coachman merrily.  And Lady Peggy and her woman,  neatly sandwiched between a fat, fussy  dowager and a swearing, tearing old  gentleman who together absorbed the  ������������������' most of the vehicle and all the atten-  , tion of their fellow passengers, found  themselves on tbe rond to town.  No one paid the least heed to them  save tbat at the stops the guard came  civilly to ask Chockey if her mistress  required any refreshment, to which  Chockey, well prepared, always answered "no," since to raise their veils  might' betray their identity. So 'twas  Ih hunger, silence nnd oblivion that  the momentous journey was taken.  Without incident tho journey up te  tho great city is accomplished, and by  8 in the afternoon up pull tbo four  horses before the door of tho King's  Arms in tbo Strand, and Lady Peggy  and her woman sod her bex are set  down in the yard amid the din nnd  IniHtlo Incident always to ths arrival of  travelers.  Not much attention Is bestowed on  thorn, a couple ef unpretending np-  pen ring women, evidently not porsohs  of quality, as tho meek little calfskin  box is their sols belonging, Coming up  to London, too, without even ono mnn-  servant bespeaks but little consldera*  ties in tho throng of ladles of fashion, gallants over thoir coffee, courtiers  popping in for the news, sparks Intent  on ogling b pretty face or noting a  trim ankle that much o'srcrowdetf the  yard, ordinary md parlor of tho King's  Arms,!  Just; hers oice for aa instant Lady  Peggy's brave heart failed her; most,  when she espied at the door, just getting lr-ito iter silken curtained clmlr, a  Iady,B9.(yot}ng aid beautiful, so richly  girt, so sbiouUnd span, wltb such wonderful patches and such snowy pow*  derod locks, such **���������������*��������� rUHri* *yoa .itch  begemmed Angers glistening throi-.fr"!  hor mitts, sad knew at once that Lady  Diana Weston was indeed "in town!".  Sbe faltered a bit, indeed sank down  on tbe box, which,'Chockey had set.in a  rornr-r of the'.viwl. end fnr n hvlef me-  <���������- went both mistress and maid bedewed  their masking falls witb a few splash*  log tears.  Then spoke. Lady Peggy, rising snd  plot-king up her spirits, "Chock," said  ���������he", "beckottime a boy from,yonder  group, inquire the path-to-the corner,  of-llolywell rond nnd Lnrk lnnt\ 'Ordor*  , h)n ihoulder tb������ hot nnd lead the way.  ' 8w*.;Vt"ljth .ft swagger*'Cbopk. Knock  the drops out of your lashes with a  laugh, girl! Let 'cm think we're old  bauds at the town and u-tud ta twin*  waited upon.*" Lady Peggy slralght-  ened herself in her grimy shoes and  gave the Levantine a twitch which she  hoped was quite the mode. -  Meantime Chockey did her mistress*  bidding, and in less time than it takes  to set it down the two were following  the lad in and out of such a net and  mazework ef streets and lanes as set  tbeir heads a-whirling. Now they  wheeled around this bend, now across  that alley, foul smelling as a ditch or  a dirty dog; anon up a broader way  where knockers''siibne ifnd chairs wafted at tbe curb,'*then a cut down here,"  and at last this whs Holy-well road and  yonder the opening ef Lark lane.'i.. .  Well, to be sure, 'twas a -sorry spot  As Lady Peggy paidjhe boy*.and_ stood  on tbe step she ruefufly". surveyed the  environment. The wigmaker's opposite, with a wig in the window, she  half laughingly noted, the very yellow  counterpart of Sir Robin McTart's  round pate; a dingy chocolate house at  t'otber end of the row of dark,; tim-  bered, nodding houses, and this one of  the stretch, taller, grimier even than  its forlorn neighbors, was.where poor  scribbling Kennaston hunted that jade  called Fame!  .,,..,  At double, knock came hobbling the  chanvoman, loath.to be disturbed at  her twilight pipe, but brisking at sight  of Lady Peggy's now uncovered face  and shilling between fingers.  Yes, indeed, here his lordship lodged  and ate. Was his lordship at 'ome?  Nay. that was he not, but surely might  ibe before cock crow tomorrow. His  lordship's sister! Lawk! Would her  ladyship and her ladyship's woman  condescend to come in and mount?  What a beautiful surprise for 'is young  lordship when he did get 'ome, to be  sure! No, he 'adn't gone out alone; a  gay spark, a gentleman of tbe first  quality, 'ad come, as often 'e did, and  fetched h'ofl! 'is lordship with 'im last;  night. 'Is name? Was it Sir Robin  McTart peradventure? No, no, that  was a name she 'ad never 'eard! 'Twas  no duke nor earl neither, but a���������Sir,  Sir-  ���������And'as the old woman and Chockey,  carrying the calfskin box between  them, reached the last landing and set  tbeir burden down in thankfulness,'  Lady Peggy, feeling the way, said:  "Sir Percy de Bohun, perchance?  Methinks my brother has a companion  by some such title."  "Aye, that's 'imLAh.-mT_.lady���������as.  splendid a gentleman as ever sang  ���������God Save the King!' Free with 'is  sovereigns, my. lady, as trees is with  their nuts, and- to match 'im for oaths  ���������there's .not; that pfince of the blood  as can swear so beautiful wben 'e's!  dead drunk. These is 'is lordship's  your brother's chambers, my lady,"  throwing open the door and ushering'  Peggy and her servitor into aa dingy,  dirty, empty, sad, bare aud unkeaipt  an appearing place as ever mo?tnl aid-  intrepid lady set two. tiped, feet, within.  But Lady Peggy for',tha* _once was  only eager on one, point'.' '������������������ ''  "Drunk, say you, dame? And wherefore should so generous a young gentleman be a-gallopin' that silly road,  eh?"  "Lawk, your ladyship, 'ow should I  know? But his lordship's own gentleman, my lady, what 'olds 'im up and  steadies his lordship in 'Is cups, do  sny"���������the old charwoman, whisking  tho dust of ages from a wooden chair,  sets it fpr Lndy Peggy and bonds to  tidy, the hearth and gather together  the few shingles and fagots strewn  about.  " 'Say' what?" urges Peggy, with eager eyes and a sixpence shining in her  hand���������another shilling's moro than sho  dure hazard of her slender store.  "Do say, ray lady-God bless your  ladyship's sweot facol-os it's hall on  account of n young lndyl"  Lndy Peggy's eyes sparkle, nnd all  at onco tho smoky room seems cheerful, aud the tardy blaze In tho flre-  plnco glows nnd thaws ber chilled  bones nnd blood.  "Ah," sho says, .-smiling.  "Yos, my lady, a splendid young Jady  of fashion,.an heiress, u beauty, with  half London a-diinglln' atier 'or, and  'or that 'aughty as if she was of the  roytil family and 'im u-klllln' 'imself  for 'or sake."  And hack again slide Konnnston's  chambers into their orlglnnl depnivlty  of dirt and dreariness, mid down goes  tho chnrwoman to hor plpo, und Lndy  I'oggy pn the wooden chnlr, Chockey  on tho box, spread .thoir lingers to tho  roluctnnt warmth and nro silent, whllo  tho!,clock ticks on tho mnutolsht'lf,  whllo tho slit of blue thnt peers 'liv at  tlio 'window grays, whllo tlio noises  that aro all now to these two come  ���������, .       ,    , , in  i.liJJ'tllft,    HO.....*,    J������ltk/l!Ht'������    "J>    ������W    WJVU*  through the hruhen pi-o tin- dhryhsg,  niuUltudmpus, Incoherent surgo of London towtps it flrnt smites oars not yet  wonted tl its fascination or Its meaning  "���������^Jftroly lonely, forlorn, dispirited new  tuu.ua *tiio haw uul ici, uiauuuil io*  passion and tbo melody that Uo bidden  in its Hnbel.  Thowaltlngwoman is tbe first to move.  With tho homely, excellent instincts of  ber class the rises snd, after n slow  gfanr-e around the placo, talh ���������'n-rivlilln'  of U up.'' as she mentally dexlgnatod  her utteinpt. She bcIxccI the stumpy  broom from its corner and swept the  floor, brushed the mnzo of cobwebs  from colllnf and wnll������, beot'tbo mats',  wiped the stools and table, tbe broad  window sills and fne sneives, snook out  the.dingy, Jink stained cloth, straight-,  ened. the litter of books and papers,  quills and '.horns'* and finally went  a-peeHng'in.to the. cupboards. A grim?  coffeepot and"a' ��������� well matching .Kettle  were fished -out and rubbed, the kettle  filled with water from the tubfui on  the landing and straightway bung upon  the crane, plates aud cups and saucers  and spoons, brought forth, a paper of  coffee, a jug of milk aud a bottle of  6Ugar discovered, and presently Chockey  handed her mistress a cup of steaming  mocha and modestly poured-one for  herself.  ��������� ; ���������',      .  - "Ob. Chock!" cries Lady Peggyvsejti  ting down the empty cup. ".What.';a  .fool was I to come! What am I. forsooth, in all this great desert but'a  griiln'of sand! And Percy, not"���������Lad/  Peggy stamps her muddy red heeled  shoe fiercely���������"a-dying for me in the  least, and my twin a-living In such a  hole! Wherever doer* he sleep. Chock?"  Surveying the barnlike apartment in  disgust and dismay, her gaze finally  was arrested by a ladder slanting in the  darkest corner and reaching up to an  openlug in the celling.   ������  "Up there, I dare be sworn! "Ludl  If this 'tis to be an author," flouts Peggy, "God ha' mercy oh 'em! I tell you  whnt, Chock, I'll tarry a little, have a  word with Kennaston; then we'll back,  girl, whence we caihe. quick. I'll send  word to Sir Robin McTart, aud then  let weddiug bells ring as soon as ever  he sees fit. No more of love for me,  Chock.' I'm done with it forever in  this world. I'll take marriage instead!" ���������  "  Chockey shakes ber head ruefully as  her mistress, more to emphasize her  latest resolve than from any other motive. flingS'wide open the cracked doors  of theclothespress next the chimneypiece, and gives a'tempestuous shake  out to������-tbe' garments ;a;banging on the  Pegs.    '  "Lud! Look! Kennaston's suit of  gray velvets, not much the worse for  wear! Small need has the poor lad for  fine clothes. I warrant ye. Most like  a-keepiug of 'em for pawnshop use and  bread and butter! Chock, unlock the  box and get out the waistcoat I broid-  ered for my twin at much expense of  temper against his birthday. So!  Smooth it out. It's brave, eh, Chock. Fit  for court, I should fancy, and, that's  right, the laced cravat! Poor duck! I  -do-misdoubt-me-if-he!s-seen-a-frili-oB-  his wrist since quitting borne! There!"  Lady Peggy surveys the gifts she's  brought as Chockey takes them out.  "L*awk, madam, 'twere better, were't  not, I bundle all your ladyship's duds  nnd mine up yonder against his lordship's comin'?"  "Right, Chock. Up with 'cm., and  I'll steady the road while you climb,"  suiting action to wo#rd as Chockey,  bearing the calfskin box,'' cautiously  mounts the rickety ladder. :  "What's It like, Chock?"  "Nothin' I ever seed afore, my lady;  dark, stuffy, a mattress a-sprnwlln* on  the bare boards and a pair of torn  quilts and a plller no blgger'n my fist;  that's all."  "Enough, Chock. You and I can sleep  our one night In London there as  S0Jin41x"~PArdy-Pegg**'s>proud ll**)qulv-  era���������"ns I could on down or 'twixt my  mother's best lamb's wool! Como  down, Chock,, by tho flro, and, list, tomorrow at flrst crow we'll back to Kennaston. We'll hnve been up to town,  Chock, nnd, saving my twin, never will  Lndy Peggy look ngiiin on face of any  man who now treads London street. I  swear!"  "Hark, mndam!"  Chockey jumps from tho ladder, eyes  a-popplng, whllo tho hubbub In tbo  street below cuts short her mistress'  valiant speech, Sucb a hullabaloo!  Such a shouting, echoing from ono ond  of tho precinct to t'other as speeds nils-  tress, nnd maid both to tbo window,  n-cranlng thoir necks far out; as sends  the churwoman from hor lnglcnook under ground a-hohbllug up tho steep four  flights.  fro m txMrrTflrnm.1  Oyaiera tt Font Long.  A wbolosnlo oystor dealer was sizing  np a now Invoice. "Thoro aro somo old  fellows in that lot," be said as he  shoved to ono sido somo abnormally  largo onos. IIo picked out one and  monsured it Tbe shell wns eight inches  long. "The ago of an oyster has, absolutely no effect upon Its quality/' "lio  said. "It doesn't get'tough wltliage,  llko tho higher ordor of anlmalSijfHow  Ipng doos an oyster llyeA %������)], 1  couldn't sny flW^tiy' I hive known  Maurico Hyor oystorraen to claim that  an oyster undisturbed in a neglected  cove would Iho ior twuuty-flvo years  before it finally died of old age. And  on oyster of the Maurico river type  keeps on growing all the timo. I bavo  Been some myself that uioasured nearly n toot in lengtb/'���������l'titlndolpbla Record.  IN CASE OF FIRE.  Ruled Whlcli Every Member ot the  Family Should Memorize.  In most' *well ordered ��������� households  there hang^nT a convenient position a  card contaMng instructions as to what  to do"te;case'-6f jicctdents, hints as to  first aid and many other useful matters of service in daily emergencies.  This is a set of. rules issued for public use with a view of preventing the  occurrence of fire. ���������  The first rule given Is, "On the appearance of flame shut doors and windows," which, it is safe to say, is  about the last thing an uninstructed  householder would do. Secondly, we  are told to pull down surrounding inflammable material, and, thirdly, to  "use only a limited supply of water  very carefully close to the base of the  flame.  In these days, when electric light is  frequently used in private houses, it is  well-to know that should the wires  fuse and emit flame the emergency  may best be dealt with by covering tbe  outbreak with earth or sand.  In order to escape from fire the first  rule to be observed is to put on one's  boots. Then, if there is much smoke,  a wetted silk handkerchief should be  tied tightly ever the mouth and eves.  ���������g-r-*"- .  In order to pass through the flame tbe  contents of a water jug should be poured on the bed and the upper part of  the body covered with one Qf-the wetted blankets. Further, we'are informed that breathing is frequently possible on the hands and knees -when to  etand upright would mean suffocation.  ���������-London Express. ' .  Dorothy's Dictionary.  Dorothy had driven half'the household wild by her attempts to discover  the meaning of a word. At last her  mother, in despair, took down the big  unabridged dictionary and showed it  to her. The next day Dorothy was in  ������ strange house and got into an argument with the youths of the place over  the meaning of another v/oM, To convince her that they were right'they  pulled out a small school dictionary and  ���������bowed her the definition.  But if they expected Dorothy to'be  Impressed they were bitterly mistaken.  "Huh!" said she, wrinkling up her  nose and mouth in a highly Insulting  ind sarcastic manner. "That dickshon-  ery don't count. That's only on������ of  those old bridge dickshoneries. Walt  till you come to my house, and I'll show  you I'm right -with our big unbridged  FEDERAL  L.iF'S  3urance   Company  of  Canada.  23rd Annual Report and Financial  Statement  ."    *, FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1904; "|  Fattening 8w������ni.  Cygnet wna on King Edward's menu  lAHt ClirlHtmas Day. A cygnet is  young swan. At St. Jl^lon, In Nor-  wlejj, about 100 qwana ore fattened for  the tahlfl In thr* swan pit. Tho birds  ain liberally frd with tlio hour- barley  and mnlzc, which are placed in trohghs  bf-low the anrtnee jb*; tho wijU'r. A fat  cytmet wdfthn about filxtren pound**,  and coatampro than HO. Hn flavor is  tai', te be Dctwclh t������������so and hare.  The twenty-third annual meeting of the shareholders of this company  was held at the head office of the company, in Hamilton, on. Tuesday, March  7th, 1905, the President, Mr. David. Dexter, in the chair. The following reports and financial statements were  submitted:���������  DIRECTORS' REPORT.  Your directors have the honor to present the report and financial statement of the company for the year which closed on the 31st December, 1904,.  duly vouched for by the auditors.  The new business of the-year consisted of two thousand two hundred and  fifty applications for insurance, aggregating $S,14G,500, of which two thousand one hundred and seventy-seven applications for $3,010,49(9.50 were accepted.  ___^J^Jin_pre������iausJ^ears,_the_income���������of-the-Gompany-shows-a-gratlfylngrin-  crease, and the assets of the company have been increased by $285,9*a*.52,  and have now reached $2,148,773.37, exclusive of guarantee capital.  The security for policy-holders, including guarantee capital, amounted at  the close of the year to $3,018,773.37, and the liabilities for reserves and all  outstanding claims, $1,9G2,935.5G, showing a surplus of $1,055,837.81. Exclusive of uncalled guarantee capital, the surplus to policyholders was $185,837.81.  Policies on eighty-two lives became claims through death, to the amount  of $157,040.00, of which $12,5S5 was reinsured., in. other companies.  Including cash dividends and dividends applied to the-reduction of premiums, with annuities, the total payment to policyholders amounted to  $198,911.34. '  r  Careful attention has been given to the investment of the company's  funds, in first-class bonds, mortgage securities, and loans on the company's  policies amply secured.by reserves. Our investments have yielded a very  satisfactory rate of Interest,  Expenses havo been confined to a reasonable limit, consistent with due  efforts for newt business. ���������  The results of the year Indicate a most gratifying progress. Compared  with tho preceding year, the figuros submitted by the directors for your approval show an advance of thirteen and a half per cent, in assets.  Tho assurances carried by the company now amount to $i6,047,80G.23,  upon which the company holds reserves to tho full amount required by law,  and, In addition theroto, a considerable surplus. ,  ��������� The'field officers and agents-of the company aro intelligent and loyal,  and are entitled to much credit for thoir able representation of the company's  interests. Tho members of the office staff have also proved faithful to the  company's sorvice. ,  Your directors aro pleased to bo ablo to state that tho business of the  company for the last two months of the current year has beon better than  in the corresponding months of last year, and that the outlook for the  future is vory bright.  DAVID DEXTER, President and Managing Director.    \  AUDITORS'    REPORT. i  To tho President and Directors of the Federal Lifo Assurance, Company:���������  Gentlemen,-���������Wo havo carefully audited tho books and records of your  company for the yoar ending 31st December last, and have certified to their  accuracy,  Tho cash and journal vouchors havo boon closely examined, and agree  with tho entries recorded. i  ' Tho debentures, bonds, etc, In the possession of tho company have been  inspected, whilst thoso deposited with tho Government or banks have been  verified by certificate, the total agreeing with tho amount ns shown In the  statement of ujsots.  Tho accompanying statements, viz., rovonuo and assets and liabilities,  show the rosult of the .year's operations, and, also, tho financial position ot  the company. . S  Respectfully submfttod, H. 8. STEPHENS, i  4'# CHARLES STIFF,  (. A< Audltort.  FtWANCIAL 8TATEMENT FOR 1904. ].)]  ,  ; RECEIPT8. i  Hamilton Ut March, 1005. ;  Premium and- annuity income. | 542,389 83  Interest rents, and profit on sales of securities  ..     8C.329 51  V    '���������  $ C28.71S 34  I DISBURSEMENTS,  Pm to policyholders $ 198,911 34  AIT other payments     191,020 70  Balanco ...,.,    238,180 30  .  ������2S 718 84  A88ET8, DECEMBER 31, 1904.  Debentures and bonds  ,,.....$ CR5.J1S3 82 i  Mortgages     704,108 83 'I  T/Ontiq on pellet��������� hero]", ctoclro, etc      ilit,uii ii  All othor assets     *>,-.*** cor. w   $2,148,773 II  LIABILITIES.  Reserve fund ������ <,.,$1,887,724 8t I  Death losses awaiting proofs , ,....     51,140 00 'j  Other Ilabilltlefl       *>i enn ���������-���������*  tturplus on polloyholdors account.    185|S37 81   ���������$2,148,773 U  AWOts ��������� $2,148,7.3 37  Guarantee capital , ,    870,000 00  Total security $3,018,773 87  Policies weie igsned n.imirlng $ f!,010,f99 CO  Total insurance in force 10,047,800 23  The foregoing rr-porta nnd statements were received and adopted, on the  motion of President David Dexter, seconded hy Vice-Pros. LfouL-Col. Koros.  Tho retiring directors wore re-elected, and at a subnequent meeting o!  the directors tho following officers wero re-elected:���������Mr. David Dexter.  President and Managing Director; LieuL-CoL Kerns end Rev. Dr. Potts.  Vico-Presldenti.  t  ft  -V THE CUMBERLAND NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  *.+.+.*,~:+~m������  i.���������>w.������.-������--������' .>������������������������..������..������..  f    Western Canadian Editors   '  1   "V.    '     ~      :���������'       :  f   A Seiies of Articles Describ- \  |    ing their Lives, their Aims  and their Influence.  26.  J. A. OSBORNE.  J. A. OSBORNE.  Editor   and   Proprietor   of  the   Fort  Frances Times.  Mr. Osborne is a Bowmanville boy,  at the public and high schools of which  town he. received his education. When  little more than a boy, a little less  than twenty-three years ago���������in April  1882,���������he came West. On landing in  Winnipeg, after some three or four  months at various occupations,���������like  all true Westerners, he didn't wait for  -������������������wor,k,-for-wMch-he"had--special-aptU  tude or training, but accepted the first  thing that turned up, until something  better came along���������he entered the employ of the city. At this he stayed for  three years, and in 1885 got into his  natural and proper groove, newspaper  work.   He entered the employ of the  '% Winnipeg Times, then under the  ' charge of Mr. Amos Lowe, as a reporter. But the following year found  him back in the service of the city  of Winnipeg, this time as assistant tax  collector, a position of responsibility  and importance. For ten years he remained at this post, acquiring during  the Interval a complete knowledge of  all the intricate bearings of municipal  finance���������a .knowledge subsequently  to become invaluable both In his newspaper work and his public life.  In 1890 journalism again beckoned  Mr. Osborne, and he set out on two  somewhat important ventures, publishing the Manitoba magazine and the  Western Workman, the official organ  of the A.O.U.W. The first named, for  reasons that were attributable to conditions other than those that could be  controlled by Mr. Osborne, was not a  conspicuous success, but the two ventures proved Mr. Osborne's fitness as  a newspaper man and a newspaper  manager. Tho Brandon Sun was then  looking for the kind of man that Mr.  Osborne had shown himself to bo, and  the proprietors of that paper mado  him a tempting offer to bo its manager.  Mr. Osborne sold out his other ventures, and accordingly moved to Brandon, whoro his energy and ability  speedily forged the Sun to the front.  Two years later tho paper changod  hands, and Mr. Osborne moved to Hat  Portago where ho acquired an Interest  In tho News. This removal was an  Important event In tho llfo of both Mr.  Osborno and Now Ontario.   Ho bo-  ' I  The harder you cough, the worse  I the cough gets.  rShiloh's  Consumption  Cure-K:,cLu-,s  is guaranteed to cure. If it  doesn't benefit you, the druggist  will give you your money back.  Prices: S. C. Wells & Co. 302  25c. 50c. $1   LeRoy, N. Y., Toronto, Can.  came interested in the country, and  ine more he learned of its resources  and possibilities the more enthusiastic  he became in his advocacy of its  claims. A little later he moved to Fort  Frances and purchased the Times,  which he still publishes. Later on he  founded the Gazette at)Rainy River,  and also a book and stationery business. These various papers have done  much to educate Canadian public  opinion as to the mineral, agricultural  and industrial opportunities offered by  New Ontario, and to correct the impression, prevailing till a few years  ago, that it was a country of muskeg  and jackpine, or of rocky, barren  wastes.  In 1901, at the death of Mr. Wilson,  Mr. Osborne purchased a controlling  interest in his old paper, the Brandon  Bun, which he successfully'conducted  until 1903. He still retained his Rainy,  Kiver properties,, however, the cam-;  paign of education conducted by which  had by this time begun to bear fruit.  Population had begun to flow into New  Ontario. There was need of personal  work if the country in which he had  now so great an interest was to succeed. Mr. Osborne determined, once  and for all, to burn his bridges behind  bim, and to tie up his fortune with  New Ontario. So he sold the Brandon Sun and went east.  Mr. osborne is one of the leading  spirits in the New Ontario Fair board,  which holds a successful exhibition at  Port Arthur and Fort William each  year. >  Fort Frances has adjacent to the  town one of the most magnificent  waterpbwers on the continent, the development of which will make it industrially as important a centre as  Niagara. An American syndicate was  largely through Mr. Osborne's efforts,  Interested la the scheme, and have or-  ���������ganized���������a-company���������with���������millions-sot  capital to develop it. The work has  already Commenced and it is being  pushed to completion. In the negotiations between the capitalists and the  town Mr. Osborns'bore a leading part,  and last January Fort Frances citizens  in recognition of his services, bestowed upon him the highest honon in their  gift, the mayoralty.  The respect in which he is held by  his fellow newspaper men is, attested  by the fact that he was last year  chosen as the President of the Western Canada Press Association, and  chairman of the Executive Committee.  Mr. Osborne married In 1885, Miss  hadskis, daughter of Winnipeg's City  Collector. He has been an extensive  traveller over parts of' Canada little  known. He has been twice to James  Bay, and has crossed Hudson Bay,  penetrating to the Arctic Circle in 1899  and 1900, and marching 200 miles  across tho northern tundras of Canada.  A 'Cute Youth.  A country youth was recently apprenticed to a bootmaker living in an  adjoining county town; His first customer was a well-dressed, young man,  who desired a pair of boots. The pair  he selected were priced 16s. 6d. He  explained that he had only 12s., and  enquired whether he could pay that.and  return next day" with the remaining  cash. "Certainly," said the youth,  "that will be all right," and then proceeded to wrap up the boots. When  the customer had gone the youth related the matter to his employer. "Tut  man," said the employer, in ah irritated tone, "why did you do that?  You have allowed him to take those  boots, and you will never see him  boots, and you will never see him  again." "Ay, but I shall," replied the  youth, as he winked knowingly, I  wrapped up two boots for one foot, so  he Is bound to come back." The shopman thinks his apprentice hasn't much  to learn.  Be There a Will Wisdom Points the  Way.���������The sick man pines for relief  but he dislikes sending for the doctor,  which means bottles of drugs never  consumed. He has not the resolution  to load his stomach with compounds  which smell villainously and taste  worse. But if he have the will to deal,  himself with his ailment, wisdom will  direct his attention- to Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, which, as a specific  for indigestion and disorders of the digestive organs, have no equal.  The Father���������Eunice, I don't like the  company your young man Spoonamore  keeps. The Daughter���������Why, papa, I'm  the only company he is keeping these  days.  When Rheumatism doubles a  man Up physicians and sufferer alike losen  heart and often despair of a cure, but here's  the exception. "Wm. Peg*?, of Norwood. Ont.,  lays; "I was nearly doubled up with rheumatism, I got three bottles of South American Rheumatic Cure and they cured me. It's  the quickest actlag medecine I ever saw."���������IS  This story is told,Of a nice old resident of Brookline, who last week addressed a class of young women at an  educational institution, and who advised them to go in for the active life.  "Go out and do something, be something," he exclaimed; "become fishers  of men," and he wondered why the  audience tittered.���������New York Tribune.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burns, eto,  Axiers  If your blood Is thin ond impure, you are miserable all the  time. It is pure, rich blood  fhnf fnvlgftrsten, utrengrhens,  refreshes. You certainly know  Sarsaparilla  the medicine that hrinjs good  health to the home, the only  medicine tested and tried for  60 years. A doctor's medicine.  SIff, wltkMt dotty, to Artrt  t li tha������MtwoadirToftMlf-  a fat nmeuiniii. My oure i  11 'unit thank -ran anonrb."  MM. Oaili, UoWftU, Newark, H. 3,  PM a beMla.  ah a___t*u.  for  f.e.A-nmoo,  T,������w������>ll,  Mi  tii.  \  Poor Health  Federal Life Assurance Company.  An Increase of business to the extent of 2,177 policies for ?3,010,499.o0,  and of assets to the amount of $285,-  979.52, making a total of $2,148,733.37,  exclusive of guarantee capital; were  the features of the twenty-third annual  report of the Federal Life Assurance  Company at tho shareholders* meet-  Ing in Hamilton. The surplus  shown was $1,065,837,81, and the surplus to policy holders, exclusive of uncalled guarantee capital, $185,837.81,  During the year 82 policies matured to  the amount of $157,040, of which $12,-  585 was reinsured. The company's  i funds havo been carefully invested In  i Urst-class bonds, mortgage securities  and loans on tho company's policies,  amply secured by reserves. For tno  past two months tho business dono has  been In advance, of that of tho cores-  ponding period in 1904. Mr. Liavld  uoxter was ro-elocte'd President 'iind  Managing Director, and';Lleut.-Colonl  Kerns and Ilov, Dr., Pottfif, Vice-Presidents. Tho detailed statement will he  found in another column, "  MESSRS. C. C. RICHARDS & CO.  Gentlemen,���������My three children were  dangerously low with diphtheria. On  the advice of our priest my wife began  the use of MINARD'S LINIMENT. In  two hours they were greatly relieved,  and in five days they were completely  well, and I firmly believe your valuable Liniment saved the lives of my  children.  Gratefully yours,  ADILARD LEFEBVRE.  Mair's Mills, 10th June, '99.  R. Hlnton Perry, the sculptor, is responsible for the following story of the  "scrublddy" who cares for his studio:  "How many children have you, Mrs.  O'Flarlty?" he asked her one morning,  "it's' slven I have, sir," she replied.  "Four be the third wife of me second  husband, and three be the second wife  of me first."  PALE FACE, WEAK BLOOD  di  _i   You can make the Blood  Rich, ihe System  Strong, the Complexion Healthful  by Using  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  ������  "Why do some people have healthful, rosy complexions while others  are pale and wan in countenance?      j  Why are some people strong and!  able to defy disease while others are  weak and subject to all the ilia of  human kind.', |  The dlfferenco is In the blood. Pallor of the eyelids, gums and lips tell  of blood that is lacking in quality and  richness. !  The person who has poor blood is  subject to headache, dizziness, sleeplessness; the action of the heart is  weak and there is sometimes palpitation; the breath is short, and tbere  is lack of energy and strength, ;  This weak, anaemic condition is entirely overcome by the persistent use  of Dr. Cliase's Nerve Food, which is  above all else a builder and enricher  of the blood. o  You can best prove this by noting  your Increase in weight from week  to week, while using this great food  cure.  New, rich flesh and tissue are added, "now; strength and vigor take the  place of weakness and suffering, and  instead of taking Cold or contracting  disease at every gust of wind that  blows you find yourself getting strong  and robust.  Mrs. M. A Clock, Meaford, Ont,  writes:���������"Tfcrfce years ago I became  very much run down in health and  suffered from weak, tired feelings,  indigestion and rheumatism. At  times I was so badly used up that I  required help to move in bed. While  sick and downhearted I received Dr.  Onase's Almanac and sent for soma  of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  "Under this treatment I soon began to improve, and by the time I had  used eleven boxes of Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food I was happy to find myself  strong and well again. I often think  of what a lot of money I spent for  medicines which did me no good, and  believe I owe my life to Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food. I hope women who suffer  as I did wiil benefit by my experience  and use Dr. Chase's Nerve Food."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents,  at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates  & Co., Toronto. Portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous  receipt book author, are on every box.  Coupons now with every  ���������*  pound of  Beginning at once, card inside end marked as 1 Coupon will count  as 3 Coupons, making 6 in every pound, or 3 in half pound package.  This makes the tea coupons count up very quickly ��������������������������� 3 times as quick  as before.  __mm__n_m_mm__  Ask for Blue Ribbon Tea j write for Free Premium List, and send in  your Coupons.  BLUB RIBBON, Department R, Winnipeg.  Mlnard's Liniment.Relieves Neuralgia.  fl     A   W     ������ &___% VEGETABLE SICILIAN  tlALLd Hair Renewer  A splendid tonic for the hair, makes the hair grow lone and heavy-,  Always restores colorto gray hair, all the dark,rich color ofyoutq.  Stops falling hair, also. Sold for fifty years, "^'IffiiiretrtlJSiW**  Nanson. |h  has gone  he will s  1  ."farthest north" man,  polities, and llrbbably  m oven harder frost.  It's funhy hW.^yonlng clothes stay  on a yoman M#i thoy seeiri to be  speolally built to slip off,     2   DI-rtarR���������-Whnt do you do when you  and your wife quarrel? ������������������ Biggs���������1 go  out and nnd the luiiow w.Jto hint introduced us and give him another licking.  BTATB OP. OHIO  'mm%%  TOLEDO  j S.S.  ���������i������tlve doses ef Ayer'e Pills each  night greatly aid th* ���������ftrtaparllla*  l u.i**������v7.CU*** -*'i,w;^'������*s- ���������!���������������' J i-i ������"*'*'*'  partner in thuflrm of W.J. Chenar A Co., doing  Buil-ieM In thii City of Toledo, Ohio, County and  Htitto aforatmld,an^iiaald firm will pay .the  aum of ONB HyNDRED DOLLAK8 for eaoh  and ovory true of Catarrh thnt cannot ba oured  brU'dnW������U,l,,%fAr^'UronRNET.  Sworn bflforo ma and aabttrihed In my prat-  enr*, thi* Stli rtny of Dnenmhnr, A. D., ISM",  I IHtt'ili A, VV. OLIvAjsOM, Notary i'-ibllc.  i   llnll'i Catarrh Caro I* taken Internally, and  nrti.llr^tly nn tim blnm] nm] iinrom mirfai-fti  of the *y*t������m,  l"-<*nd tor lenttmonUU free.  t������"Ut *I>t ell l>rug-tUta. ������ cent*.  !   Take Ha������t Family l'ills (or coaitlpatioa.  WN U N<  **>'  11  Argument   Will  nee   a  Women^  tliat a flour ii all right, if she can't make good bread with if,  Le one argument that wins every woman in favor of  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD, FLOUR is, that it never fails  to turn out the most beautifiil Bread and Cake and the most  crisp and delicious Pastry when used according to the very  simple "Royal Household" recipes. That one fact outweighs all the theories of two thousand years,  No other flour has ever made so many intimate friends'  among Canadian women in so short a time.���������Perhaps it's  because "Royal Household" is made by ihe new elecUlutl  process���������that makes a wonderful difference in flour.  Your grocer sella " ROYAL HOUSEHOLD " and you can have tha  recipes ly siaply ccadiag your nan:c and addrc?.-* to Th? O^ilvie Flour  Mills Co., Limited, Montreal, and mentioning ihe n&me of this paper.  4  PAGE LAWN FENCE  Indeitroetlbte, BuIhib*, Parfaet.   Only 95 eanta par running fool.  ���������appltfrt by *x* ���������* leeeA dealer.  (M  THE PAQt WIRE FENCE CO. LIMITED,   Wtlkervllle,  Tereatt,   Mentreal   W!nnlMI(   ttJobaJ uii*-ia-d.:������*&J������Bi}fcia':i  *i*w*i  S /������?//''"  k<'-~o!.  "f\  -4������H  ^  .<������������*  (JW-  Not one make of furnace in twenty is supplied with an  ash-pan.  Without an -ash-pan the ashes must be shovelled into  a pail or some other receptacle for removal���������means dust  in the eves, ruined clothes, extra work ; a dirty disagreeable  job���������rthe meanest part of furnace 'tending.  The Sunshine Furnace lias an ash-pan which catches  all the ashes, and slides in and out easily. Has two handles  for carrying.    No shovelling, sweeping or dirt.  This is only one of a dozen good features possessed  by the Sunshine Furnace, none of which are found on  any other furnace. ���������'-  9.  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B.  "'ABEELLi     SOLE AGENT.  SHAPE OF THE UPPER.    '  hnperfeet Development of the Front  a  Common   Fault.  Doubtless you all know that the productivity of an udder is dependent upon the number of opithotlal or secretive  colls It contains and not necessarily  iH*on Its size, says Professor II. Hay-  v.ard.   The Ideal udder then would be  " oue .of such a shape that thu niuximuni  sized udder containing the .maximum'  number of secreting cells could be easily can-led when full.   A little thought  ���������jyili^iim,.'_Jis^that_the_shapii_ol'_thisi_  udder must necessarily, form part of an  arc'of a circle, but thai both,the back  aad front part of the udder will extent]  beyond the circle and thus form what  we know as a square, well balanced-  udder.  The udder should, of course, be free  from: much flesh. The amount of lleslf  an udder will show on milking out,  however, will depend on, the period of  lactation, as the more active the -so-  crotlve cells are the more apparent  flesh will the udder show after mill*-  'lug. A fleshy udtU' Is readily distiu-  gulshed by the fact ihat the miperiluous  llesh that It contains usually seems to  drop more or less to the bottom of the  udvler, making It pendulous. Such an  mliler not only Is unsightly, but the  cow with such an udder Is quite likely  to transmit this undesirable quality to  her offspring. The most common" fault  found in the uddor Is the Imperfect de-  velopment of the front. This Is often  seen In a very marked degree lucertnlu  families or sometimes whole breeds.  I believe the luck of development In  the front udder Is the cause ot a Uit'tto  aggregate loss to tho dairymen of our  country, and It is well worth the whllo  to at least make the effort to overcome  this fault, which Is so common in our  dairy cows. To give some Idea of the  groat difference between the quantity  of milk produced hy the front ,.nd rear  udders I quote the results obtained by  }'rofossor Plumb In some studios of  tlio uddor which he mado a few yearn  ago. In 2UH different lots of mill: obtained from nri different cows, lepro-  seating several' types of millers, ho  I'l-iiiHl that tho average yield of the 2lil|  front udders wns 4,1 quiiilH. while tho  liven (���������(��������� yield of the '.!"J11 rem udders  ������,v!jh 4.0 quarts, or a difference of over  In |v-r cent. It should be home In  inl'i'l that these were average udtlorn  snd uot udders noticeably duilclont In  Tanff Po and'leamalcfn-r.  There is but one way of making tee,  for  Unless the water boiling: be  To pour on water spoils the tea.  The teapot itself should be heated  very hot before tbe tea is placed in it  and the boiling water poured on. It  should be scalding hot water, or the  leaves will float to the top.  No less authority than Tung Po. tlit-  - Chinese poet, Is quoted for a recipe for  teama king. He says: "Whenever ten  is to be InfUscd. take water from a run ,  ning stream and boil it over a lively  -fire.���������It-is-anjold-custom-to-use-runniua-  water. boiled o\er a lively tire. Thai  from springs in the hills is said to lu>  best and river water the next; while  well water is the worst. A lively lire  Is a clear, bright charcoal tire. When  making aa infusion, do not boil the water too hasiily. At llrst It begins to  sparkle like craba' eyes, then somewhai  like fish's eyes and lastly it bolls up  like pearls innumerable springing and  waving about 'This is the way to hoi)  water."  A teaspoonful of tea for two cups  With one for the pot, is the rule.  Snlnt't-   Powder  teeelpc.  In Germany and Italy great honor It*  paid to St.. Barbara, but until now tit*  5-ue lias been able to discover the exact  con son.  A German officer snys thnt she Is  honored because the Invention of powder Is In a large measure due to her,  Berthold Sehwars, a  monk,  he ex  plains, opened the "Lives of the Saints"  on  St.  Hurlmrifs day  and  rend  the  story of her mnrtyrdoni, after which  be reasoned as follows;  "The heart of the Virgin wns white  aa suit, the soul of her tot-mentor whh  black ns coal, nnd It was sulphur from  heaven which punished lilm for lil*-  uruclly. I will mix these three things,,  snd It will he n wonder If I do uot dls  cover the philosopher's stone."  Tie did mix them, and un soon as he  put the mixture In n lire u tremendous  explosion followed Such, iit'cnnlliigto  GiTii'iin soldiers, was the origin of  lunnnwrler.  A Great Sneeea-*.  Old Friend- Was your daughter's  marriage a successV  Hostess���������Ob. a great success. She's  traveling In Europe on the aliuiouy.���������  New Vork Weekly.  In Seed ot Sloner.  Dakota .luilgtv liiidichi, t'.ill, T derMetV  ye l.illfii the Cliinuiiiaii iu i-i-ld I'lnoii uml  tjnn������ ye $1.  Broai'ho Bill���������Wot. hue iut* a did'ar  fer ,<r (''link.*  Dakota .Judge���������Yes. 1 know it's n little  high, lint lIu- court Ueed* tin- uumcy.-  Buliiinore Wi.rld.  HIM  Mane of Su|i(>!!������>������.  Xixori What a w-'ll minimi-d mat  yi'iu friend NVileily is! He i an talk ii<  tHIiniuly oh any subject.  Hiwui N'aiuiull.v His twin suns tim-  juM (jiuduuled from c*U������>'���������������.- Chnat  Sewn.  EvIU of Politic*.  Blithers-Our old ft'ii-iul. t'olonrl Reot-  bad, is nimiher Instiii'ii* of the stiviiuiMi!*  life Of piililie*  Kliiiheis   llow'a thnt?  Blitlii-rt* - Hi' sued' mu opposition party  paper for  print iiu*  n earnaiure of lum,  and Hie jury deeiileiMliatttie picture Hut  trrvd tl������'voliHii'l,   Ditto Siule Journal.  ���������Vhn-j' lie l������ rot. ably Heard.  "As I' iittssed' yoiii tunise las: ovs*n  Iny." Ii������- snul 'I tli-i'iiu'tit- I lieuril mi uu  K������'l siii-.'iii>.' "  '"Yec." -lu-' uiisw<-reil icily.  "I   wii- at  llie lhi'H'i-1 III-' evi-lilllgJ II i'l- en||>-i|j  liii\v������'vci uml iiei I win luiliie- wire uf  ������������������tu b-eise vih'itiug the* vot-k."���������������tni)  KleHti*  SMOKE  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM ���������'  A  UNION MAPK CI'ISAK"  FROM   THE.���������  Cuban Giger Factory  M. J. BOOTH* Proprietor,  WaNaIMU, B.C.     ,  BTEM    CB'AfMD,  COFRTENAY, BC,  ���������p-REEDF.R of Holstein Cattle, Chcs-  "    ter While Pigs,,   Barred IMymouth  Rocks, &c."  j.  Short Coal  Mining Course  XHIS CONTAINS , niy tlie .iiifo.un.tion  ...lire -feary to ''quu'lily .person*- to \>an*  th*- Min������i Forrinau'ti ExatiiiuatiuiiB. 1 re-  quueo Una wt.iK aud lew time thau the  o\.ui|ji������t������ cour-e, yet tho.*e that finish it -a ill  have a good knowledge ol tin- art of mining.  Subjects Taught in the 'Lour-se  Arithtneti*).|  .VleiibUraUD.i and Trigonometric FuitctiouB.  Gaue's Met with ui Com Miues.  Mine Vetitilatiou.  Konioinic Oeulogy of X-oal.  Pj(i������(>n'tiiig   fur   Ooal   aud , Location   ot  O'.eiiiii''*-.  Shafts, Sluoes ai.ii Drifts.  Meihods of Working Coal Miueu.  vliue Surveyiig.  Miue Miicliiuery.  .THE IVTEKNATIONATi'*  -iJ0 H-K K> ?.������"NT)KN I' K*  SCHOOL  SORANTON, PA. r  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  NOTIO R.  I lep lo iiftini '1 e jvUicila  on arul after Ji.nuarv 1st, 1904, niy  In^iness will he strictly cash, by so  doinu J can give my Patrons better  'satisfaction.  T. II. CAREY, TAHoit.  INTERESTING. __ INSTRUCTIVE  "CORRECT* ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A  UoNvauv MAGAZfNK  Drvoted  to the  Usk of English       " v  Josephine Thuck Baker; Editor.  Partial Conten s for this Month.  Cour-je iu"fiugli������ti f���������r thb Be^inuer.  Otuirw in Kn^lish for the Advaucfcti Pupil.  How to I'ocreaHt Oue'u Vdvahulary.  The A't ot Ouuvcfaaiion.  Stioiild and Would:   How to Um tk< m.  Pi'o-iiuiiui),tioun (Century Diotiouary).  t/'orieui Gu'jiish ui tno Hotna.  0 md IS gli-li in the School.  Whnt to yny and What Not to Say.  (Jonrsu ni L-tur-Writing and Punctuation.  Alpiiiihiiui; I at of Alihri-viatiflua.  Ku��������� unSNoEugliUi for (he 1'u.ineKs Man,  Ceiiipmiiiii Weal-    How to Write Them.  Studiea iu Eugln-li Livt-raiure.  ^ HE ADVANTAGE the puhlic  li s iii iiurchat-ki-j; where they  live b liey't-ee the article and are  not ������is ppointed lis -Ahenp.-riding  away.a  P. Stoddart,  Watchmaker    ano"    Jeweler,  sells'goiHi^at Eastern Prices aiid  hi;s;a nice slock to select fioui.  EVERYTHING in bOUD (OLD  $1 a Year.  Send 10c for sample copy  CUHHECT KNGL1MI, Evanston, III;.  TENDERS.  Be Mortgage Sale of Propenty  hereinafter mentiojied  'TKNUERS will hurewiveii'hy the under-  sigutd up to onu o'clock p m;, Saturday,,  Ei'linur,  Ulh,   1905,   f,.r. the  |.ureha������e of  the   We������t  half t.f North West quarter of  S'.ctioi.  Ten.  and the  Wis    hVlf   ot, the  ��������� South W-sr quaiuer of Seixiou Sevt-nteen,.,  Horuliy Island.   Nanaimo Dmtiriet,  locally,  known as "CTi Milchill's Place."  Thi' undfi.sijjued does not biud himself to.>  accept an*, tender.  C.N. WES^VOOD. Mortgagee,  22 King's Road, Victoria, BC.  HMRYI.DII.I,ON,J.P;:  NOTAP.Y -PUbLIO. 00> UEYANOBR,,  liKAL ESTATE 1NSUKAKCE AOBNT,,  ���������.OMMI&SIOK'Eit SUPREME COURT Bt;  debts   C^KiC'le^;  I. \ved -j  re*-; c. t i^y'i r  ATI' putcIijim-^ engraved  .... ire������i of- charge.',...  P.  bTODDART,  DtiNBMUiH Avk., Cumberlaiul.  ��������� ���������   e  ���������  ��������� <  INFORMATION   WANTED ST"  A<* to 'he wlif'i-ft.ihoiits of C.R Pisller,  who left Vancotiver about in months a-,'0  >or t'umberliind. Any particulars''iej-aril--  ing snine will ,->e ������������������ratffullv received hy  his unci*-*, Rudo'nh Pisller, cure of RS  Roheitson, Ciiiiibui'l mil, IVC������  72 PIECES OF  NEWSHEtT MUSIC  Btoi  HO 01  Snywi  Vf'* ������i  A Verttllnrlty ot ,l������i|in������.  In Jnptm It Ih ulwuya tin* nil** of po-  Ihi'iii'HH to pay n trlfh* mori- flinii tlif  ���������iiim mi'tifloiicil on your Imti'i hill To  Ki'tt " tilt' iloi'OUtlt in*t would In-'ron  "���������Mi red un nintilt or at lonst n tiuirlt of  Hiriit (IlKf-ntl-ifuctioii Vcopio who litive  trinoloil in .Inpnn any tlmt tin* ,h>|>  mum' iiiwnyi* tip tbw will tor on i-ntur-  tun u llOlt'l.  ttear W������y nm.  ��������� ,'iti ti.\fu.   wun ti'f >(iunu tjoi'inr  '"I've rlOt II lllu '-liOllKll linii'Ui'i' lo Kfi'p  Un  ,n . ilh> ritrlli.iJ-tiilii-'.-I'i liti-."  ���������I'm mn'Oil-*' you bIiouiu io*r mill  v.- !:��������� imiitMi'.h'��������� '  ���������I'd just tifitihid my blliw on ih.������ oip  ������������������It'** nil vory wi������ll bffor* '������ ptlrri  ���������Tiiirrh'd i'or h������������r to get a floww In li*������r  hnlr," ri'marki'd lh������ ohn������*rvw of i'Vhiu  mil thtntrH. "hut it'*-* nn fiitlridy dlflt-r-  ont niiittiM' If. aftt'r xihvffi uinrrivd. "hi  jctH Ui-r hair In tlit- flour,"  nit- M-im'n-g- Ml-mlon.  "Tnn nlwnyi. net up nt ,*������ o'clnrli In lh������  tn������rn!riif. do you'f mi Id the liii|iil-dilTf  coui-iii, "Winn do you do with yoiimi'lf  ai ihui niiriii'fhly liourV"  "Oh. I tltiKrr nroiiinl the li-'tiiw ������lh  brriilil'iiKt ihui'." ri'iilli'il Mr. .Mi-i'l.i'r,  "Whnt du ynu tiiil.i'C. Ht't"  'Kr-iri'itiiiu  hri'nlifiiHt  inontly," nold  % , -.ii *, i ,    (.     ������  ill.   *U*wC4*-t*i|    tt*i#t   .n-m-*-   Miuvm.m.1  atmr  Tano]  Inb Vhe\  til  on.  to -Join i*.  iwbojtfjKoiild'iqln thB,Mu*n"aj[Xl"S>rdnr Hn-  ubotAmBrlba, TherelitioiblnB*}Ti������llktlt  'Eere.Jlifl9i{ii |lmo������tnotlj% w__a anJtho  Die owm pri������<i to memwn. It twkiauinioliili  room* in hionjr oltloi for Himetnt-prfj. rn addition,  fyyt-fff^htlttamraama offleial tnayntlte eatl.  I wiiir.lticlui'ln������ a BieoM ofnigh oImi -ropal and fu*  i������na In four  pwSw rter-  uonhip orri  Sonthi merh*  ortnip titter win loon onanM, write nt qnooM-  rear* mifrabiiihip or twentyflveTmou (wum  _.   ... portweiiiyflvt  itrrmw rnvnocs-vn  No, I JO IV-tMOH St,, N, Tt  dOttWi  :       WILLIAMS BROS. <>     '.  iLiwv Stable  ��������� ��������� -  ;  ��������� Tkam-km-kh and Dhayjwcn    ���������  '.     SlN������liK   AND   DoUKI.K   Klf     .  '������������������   foii  H'mik.    All Okdkks   ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������  .    PhoMinu;v   A-i'TKMiKi)  to     ;  ��������� ���������  ! Third St., Cumberland,B.C.  When in Cm'terM  SXKt AT THE   VEMiOME.  '".<-<%'   , a���������w-^-.  W    A 1,1, CONVI'KIKNOKH- KOIt  OVKH'l'H.  Thh 11\|| ih Svimm.ikh  B a Liquors and Cijrars  R. 8, HOURS rS()N.  KcntH  j-'<y*ivod,  J  'I'liiS   Y������ i'i^I',  ,l"t;.'d-, W ils, Miiui:tf.lJ������"i;-r-'..: io'., Vi!tn'.V-[,  OFFK^ES.    CUMBERLAND, R.G  Ici  Pa le Ti  -Afti������-mMiu,'n������MitMt'rr'  Fj^^AMlLE^  N  ovelties,   Pictures,,  Frames and  cleaning  of fr'i  mes.  --���������i-'.-vrT���������-J>:.-r  D.  HUN.PfN.,-  ���������������������������Cumberlandi  .00000' o������ powoooot )0t iOC,  6'  ivery  A 1ST ID  eamin  o  I am prepared to  furnish stylish Wigs  and do 'IVaming at  reasonable rates,  C D, KILPATKlCK.  0  o  o  o  o  r  CUMIIKKI.ANU  *s 0 000()0G0OOuO(H)OO()  mrrwm  xt,$%, \P.''y    :   . .. 2  ' -'���������.   '        " .'''' ���������   ' ' ���������'���������   >NC   "���������  w:V^;:M:c;;MI'1j>LA;N'' .  I     , THrV.    BIG   OCD:ESTA&i{i.$Ukt>.-'MbUSE   BUYING  A   -dirt   fii-������li������'������H.  "Yci'" ho mini utiUiy. nnd thrr������������ wo*a  far tt. tilr- oyo "yen. my i-u-miih-mh i.hh  0 iM'li III*' to ������'��������������� wall "  Anil   0������*   well!   01)   |ioMtlni*    MIlH,  nm*. ���������iiit"*i of n<  Cnr-tloton un I������u-������liu\vii,vi \Vluit do you  tbnili uf itV lli'ir'x Cliilihi'i'ly. ivlm [  htivr nhviiyn (li.iuulil wno u I'rli'iul nl  mitir, iirltmlly iioiillin llll' In li'liil Illlll i>'i.t.  hililiri'ly iliitcr. in Dnolitiwiiyi-Wluit  ���������jo yin. think of It? Il'-rc'i. Cuxllrinii.  who' | hnvt* nlwiyi- tlioiiKlit wn-* a frii'tiiJ  of mi ne. Dtt tm Hy ri'fiionin to Ifiid mu $'2b.  liaiHIffiUMM  ftpST ���������*wnrt������'jP "���������-  New li Ita J)lk V������r  I nt-ivr raw a talhwo yet fhnt wn-ti't  tvn'lli m<r*- lliiin il ���������������������������������-��������� ll Uf' filHi.v  fi-m   "iiii iniiUe uttut ut ������U-'"A"h������ Uniu  f������ Hit*- **���������������*."  Iiml t'nonuh.  EMr������r Vn������atxlp'"-Sly h-������y writmi Inmi  thill   >|iM)   nun   .li*'������   Ui'l   H'Uili^   uiuutf  wry lii"i ������i odlrii*.  DfAt'on Olilliiini���������n*w't y������������n bclicro  whut y-uir Im������,v*o irllhr you. -tJtlw. .Tm-k'o  fiiin' ihn.i'uli fitM , ii-nitfli. Ut- niu*  teeny   ������bt������J   of   bit   tllowtot-o   -*vnry  ���������KJOtb.  I  If  9  9  I,  Tte I-wir."*- ml*-..**, j tpnruii'-.'-ti or" ih������  world, with t!.0'*t"''"tTcftoaliorUl ll������ll  of.iiyt-chnieilrnt-iicitlcn.        .   .  f ^-.-^tfen ii-0 a r*������ (l-������������t**Hi>f  U. '.. CifUfJRn, Mi"ifaniv,'li"'i.L  Th* J-ir-'.L ri PtKinc C6������T  Mi im io-:������,,'-r. I'i CO.       , t    r   ,  a'l.-.i.ll    iW,.lw������,   *.teW.      WW.,*   ,.'     ���������    ��������� "���������  C.t\U~.������.  Ths tvn*e������*.,*t.i ������r-i W'nih-i Joubhai.  201 btomlwhy, N*w Yor  "���������yn>������'|  e a Cold in One Day  Take Laxative Bromo ftiunine T*wet*.^ ^A  s������vOTMimonkow������KWbiH^������'������������������������������������k*'      TW������ ilgoaiiire, ^* Sf^&fr  CnrwOrf^  kiTwoO������yi.  on every  DOEr-dSe*  toil T.-  ^*T%W-\Wr<&**^Z*^  THE CUMBERLAND* NEW 8  Issued Every Tu-aad'ay.  W. B. ANDERSON,    r ^    -/ -      M<JK  gj.1... '-'.!.'..I..I ._V     .  ..-.  i|       ..  I'.i.._t. _!.'. I.L1-."  Th������ columns ������i Thk News ax? op������**i to ������H  ; who A-i-*h to <*xprt-s-4  h. ruiu view* o    mat.  ter^  >'"��������� public int. rest.  While we do uot hold oarselvfls re    insi-  lile for the utterances ot correspondent, we  ���������enervu   the r jjUt   of   decliuini*  to  inser  oiuiiiuuiuaions iiiuiecuasarily personal.  WEDNESDAY,. MAY 25    1905  Cumberland  Hotel  KspiiaitSi Nanaimo Rj  j   '���������*���������������������������/&*���������������������������**'''-ti2^-.*'*^    i  ���������  \    '?">> y/(Jz*i?^^{i������*j������- \j  ���������^/^g^^**i^.^iSryW^^it\ V  -^y^aaajj! ���������ii.^iii ������artw������--L''-!!--''>'JT^a.-������ti  s,.. S; "'''ity- of Nanaimo.'  Sail^froiTi Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling .it North- Saanich  Cowichan Hay, Maple Bay and Crofton  ,,   when freight ot passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tupsdav, 5 p.m:, for  Union Hay and Comox. :  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7a.n1,, for  Comox and way ports.  Leave*-: Comox Friday, 7 a.tn., for Nanaimo and w'.iy ports.  S'tils from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p;m., for  Victoria, Culling at Crofton, Maple  Bay, Co*vichan Bay and North Saanich when freight or passengers offer  North' Saanich  when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NAN AIMO BO*0*TE.  S. S      "JOAN"  Sails from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily except  ������������������-Sundays. -  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND    SECOND     STREET. '  CUMBERIVAND  B. C.  Mks. J. H. P'kiiT, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland be stira  and stay at tht* Cumberland  Hotel, B'irst-ClasB Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall'  Run in Connection with Hotel  Rates from 91.00 to 92.00 per day  HENRY'S NURSIRISS,  3010 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field ..nd Flower Seeds, now in  stock and tested as 10 vitality. Wholesale and -retail.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   ..*  RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES,   OIM5BK-  HOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Spring Planting  Suils from Vancouver aher arrival of C.  P.R. Train No. i. dail/except Sunday.-., at 1 p.m.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  Al'RIL   !*Uh,    1������U5.  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  N.. 2-Daily.  AM  Dtt CIUO   ������������������*  9.5M ....  N'������ 1. 4   S ui a,\  Ml,  J*'ctiiria ..Da.'a.O*  *��������� I'lstream   "   3 it*  ���������' 1������J,*24 K n.ig'-i. ..  ... "   4.2-1  '������������������ 11 00 Duiiohu'b     "   5.01  p.m r m.  ���������' 12 35., .Nmiaintn..   "   (14'.  Ar 12.53.. W     imtun Ar. 0 5  ���������FERTILISERS -  BEE   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  Green house full of Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. . <��������� Catalogues fee, or.  call and examine stock.  EA8TFRN PRICES OR LESS.  M. J. HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B.C  Moproci]i Bros,  *   '   ' I *  *^-*S*S*i^  gREAI), Cakes nntl Pieq delivered daily to any part of City.  nm-.tmi.%iw . Grotto  Et EMDE,  i������ ro victoria.  N - 3 "-SuihIh.  A.M.  .   Do.3 0  ,.   "   3 I  ,. "   5.0  .. "   6 3(i  ,.  ���������������   0.H2  WELLI ''���������*  No. I���������l>.il  A. M  D*.' H.00 i.WolliuRton.  ������������������   8.20   N iii*iinii....  Ill 0'......... .Dm mu'*. ......  ,*������������������' HUtf    K'tsng'   ��������������� 11 38  Oi.lil-. num..  Ut 12 0(1 Victoria.  Ar 7.0U  TlK."j8iiji(lMiie and Commutation Tn ���������  kets on s.ile, ^oorl ovci rail and ste n,.e  linen, ut two .un) one-half cents per mile  Special trains and -learners for Kxcu**  ���������ion^.and'ti'tluceil rites for parties m;i\  be .in-Hii-,-!*! fin on iippliciitinn to the*  l'l'iiffir Maniij-i'r.  I hu (!()iii|miiv reserve-- the riyht in  change without previous noi ice, s eamcrV  wiil!i)|4.(laiei and houris ot muling.  Kxcursion'I k keis on ,-iiii'j Irmn anrl ti  nil SiHtinns, jj'imhI. for xjuhxxt journey S.11-  unliy'ind  Sunday, reiurnin^ not liuei  than Miindav,  ti������r   L. Com*TNKY,  Trnlllc Man 11 fler.  NOTIOE.  Hiding on hxioinoiiveH and  rail  way cure of  the  Union  Colliery  Comptmy l������y any" pprsoft'   ������r  per  ���������dim���������oxwpt wain (now���������!��������������� utrioily  pronji-itwl.    Kiiipioyoe-i   nre vtih-  ieel tidiflmitn'iti for iiiiowing hhiiic  By order  {Khaki'i* I) LtTTi.1-  Man aver.  NOTICE  NOTICE IH HKUKItV (.IVKV clmt *���������>  I'hiRtion -vill I** made tu thr ljAgit-lAtiv--  Ah,i nilily ut  iliu I'ruviiioa < ( l*tnt<nh C������l  .uhlii., .f ,.-, . ������t, -mi, 111, r a. ��������� Acl t-������������Miil'  h% th������ tim(i for Iih ctimineiioti i.But of ih������  ttiiiftiuclio'.i t������f  Uiu duiipjiuy'ii linu uf rati-.  way noil fur th������> txpan-ilaur* th r������*0'i, ol ������#������������������ j  |������r Ofiit of th������ ttmouBt of th* oajpitol tut j  rrilnoiRg lh* imount of lie napitu onil |**r>  milting the (/������iai)Mny to e* nitrvol (bt r������il-  w-iy in -Metitina.  D*Wd the 24th -Unntry, ltK������5.  BARNAHD 4 ROdKR.H,  a������Ii������itori tor tbo Aindiotu(������.  0  %  H  D  H  fo  03  ���������  I-  0  0  hi  P  (!)  g'1  ������**;  m  ft  O  <  Ui  <  M  0 _  ���������< i  ce  2  CO  UJi  I  5  >  o  5  Ba-tbRnd aad Wlf������.  Hnahand uml.wir<* art* equal; the one  not inffiior to the uth������*r; the wife not b  ���������lave; not a hnus^kt'fper-but aa equal;  a '���������onipiinion. Ami j list mu far as a young  Diftn ������tartH out with that idea tired firmly  in his* mind���������to niakf a conifianion, a coau-  rade, ������ ciium of his wifr-���������just so far do������i  ih- utart tout right.���������Laditrtj' Home Journal.  Tht.m Elder- Slater imhaXi.il.  B/l-'v-r Sister���������Mr. Bilmore and yon  Wc.e in the parlor along time last night,  but I don't suppose' you usod much uas.  Yountter Sint->i*������������������ The reason you didn't  tee any burniujr, Emily, was because  Harold carclebuly. lating his bat on tb*  A D<-alri-!>te Role.  Manager- WUai ������ort of a role do yoa  think you would like?  Stranded Aftor- Well. Beveral Jt the  Vienna brand and a cup of coffee  wouldn't he bad for a marter.       ,  ro-apllmeot Worfhll-r Won.  Angr.viSuest���������I've been wnltlnji tbre#-  quarters "of an hour for thut steak I ordered!  Walter���������You hnve an uncommon  amount of patience, sir.  The choicest apple la always just be-  rond vour reach.  Hotel  SAMvEtC      DAVIS,    ^o^.IETbR  Ent*fli������h 4 x BURTON always on Up;    also, the "nmons MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhenser, Bohumian,.Sohlitz, &o.       "OLD GREY BRARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and LiquoMS of sH kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mas  Dam, will be found First olas-in every respect.  Waveriy -Hotel  First-Class Accommod tion  ,. ..at Reasonable Bates ,..  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  s.s  PUOl'RIETOll.  BATES,  $l.oo per day upwards.  Cawpbells' : BAKERY.  A. Fine Selection of CAMES  always  on hand.  F*B������SH BREAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL CAIKS promptty attended to.  DunsmuiF Avenue,  Onmlierland.  JOHN McLEODS  for first ('lass  candy; frc/its,  ������������������CI'nARh it TOBACCOS.  W   WILLARD is prepared to  . ���������    till any Orders fur Fine or  Heavy  hlaruesB,  at  short notice.  WiLLAKD BL0i.:K,      Cumberland.  UNIOH BREWING Co  ai a 4i ������ ���������>*/%      '^ ^ '  NAlMAfMO/ B.C.  The yearly return.nf the Bock.Deer season is   of interest to ihe  brewer an well'as- llie public, and the  UNION* B0GK BEGR POR 1904  J*       *tk  n       u 'r"l "7 h" btw *^������ in the manufacture of the superior  artule.   The Uu.un Brawmg 0*J* Book ������,��������� be,a breweed for a number of ZaZ  aud stored m their famous oell.rn until it has ronel-H the pwopor age, ������d is now  ON BRAUGHT AT AIA HOTELS.  knaima Cigar factory  SMOKE  KNTKRPRISE  __C1GARS  BEST  ON  Jffa_unfactured,by-  EARTH,  P. GABLE & CO., NANAHttO,, B.O;  ���������������������������������������������������  | IN RCOANO/TO.TNC  NOR'-WEST FARMER  KE^i-aiid,*  CUitHMtC ON THC flTH ������N������ ������OTM Of I������OH MONTH  a  Pointer  Pointer  Pointer  Pointer  Pointer  Pointer  Pointer  No. t���������Itri* a purely M'estern Cinnill������n AgriciiJInrfll Paper /or Wentent  Cnimdliii I'mnmx nnil M-vCkiiKii.  No. 2-tttiinlaif-''. v II printed, wvll cilitul, well llluntrnteil, rclliible,  pjiffrens.ve nml fearleM,  No. 3���������Iwiten s are strictly cnsli in n''vnnrc. nnd IJ������> piper In prom-itly  iii-coiu.hiiK il at expiration o. miIimjiIiuI.hi, im^ci-i ivi,cwi'.|,  No. 4���������'nie'.*NOr'.Ut-l I'nrmcr i*i Un." only n^ricultu.iil jupiV prluU-d In  Cnu-i-laaWi nt of J.nUe Huperlur.  No. S--It liANdnrtc pilil in advance Mii>*cHt������t-r������ in Mimllolm nihI llie N.W.T.  tltnunil other f.inii pup'-rncntiiliiiun,  No. B-ItH in "c-itloii-i niitt.iiifuiiiiHti'in i.ie M-orlh many dollars to ent-li  No. 7<<-Mowlly it is above reproach,  From Now to December 31,1905, for $1.00  Idcllllll   i������lli.������....i.W���������������������������  >-<v  .������������������������������.������  ADOISM  THE NOR'-WEST FARMER, Limited.  P. O. Bos 1310, WINNIPEG, MAN.  ��������� ���������PI|||IIIIP������������  C. H. TARBELL,  High Grade Stoves  and all Bitciieu Requirements,  8PORTSMENS GOODS  & GENEliAL H ARDWARE  HOLY  TR1N1T YCHURCH  SERVICE*.  Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 um  -������������������hisi Sunday m Hit in-nnii. [hV  Morning service, n a.m.; ounuay  bchool, 2.30 fj.tn.; livenu,'. service  7 p.m.; Choir Practice every tt,oAv  fit 7 30 p.m. '     u*y  F. G. CHKisniAs 1-iiittir.  Inctmll irllj-niU'iilllfinti 0. Ul\ma������  Numlwr Uii IIH4 Im u<������ 111111 I fr ������.  Tin in.iii,r yi.ti 11ml, ilmmnrn numitJit  )'..������ ������lllr..������iv������, Hulu ill hi lint*..  8>in|il������ ciip/ unl free uiviiiMiuMt.  m  Gurab6rland  B(3G9FORKATC!!INti.  Krom INirr-hloud Stock. Hin-ile Comb  \Vhuc I^^lioi'H Wyc'-iuil* "itiiiii ��������� ihe  I4ie^te*4t hner-i in Ameri-.i���������Evxt. Il.cw  per 15. A fe w -������elerte������l Ci������ckerelli* for sale  price $1,50 each,���������Apply, John J, R.  Miller, Lmle Ri������er l������ uhrv Ynrd*, Co  mo*.   .Mail ordtn nundfd to,  tiRDWN   LKtiHOKN   K<H;s   FOR  HATCH INC-Prif ���������.wiiin-m-If pCr (  himdreil for inruhiiun*,.751:1-4. per let--  tinic.���������S V lki*mn, Cuonenajr.  |*irf  In Araerloo., Wniinre.a JVaiiliiiuiliiiJ mee,  I'mtiiiit tnkpn tlirouKh Munn a Co. mooire  80IENTIR0 ^ERIOAN,  tMawifull-vllliiitrntMl. Iniwatt elt^latlmi of  jnTwioiitlfie JiuiriiH, wixijiiy, tum111W.cn -lyearj  ���������l.AOal-r mniith- Hpoolnixn ouplm and ILLNO  huoK on Patkntr cent froo. Addroia     *  OO.,  MUNN  ��������������������������� 1  i.rs.  m ts��������� jJIKill      XW, _    I W..W.v?������,^$. f^ifWf .Wl:'"i  I ������li������.������v<!i������iM,rtf u lU.iiUi.j.  ",IJ1 ''-.A_  STnVENH"  IhrrtMlviilili'lrtWIi-liiir l.l.'AI'ANTI '(������ '-Oil OCM..  Ill-) aiMltoUiuui. l.'i in) i!-.kvuii4l hicarm |<to|vmt*.  Our Line  fltflea, from    f3.00 to  "-���������-.-���������M   . ft-  n\       ?.. 1ft I*  Ahetauna, from 7.90 to  Alii TOW <lg������li-r,������l������il I nil 4  on our gfutlt. II).������! cun-  ntn ohuln lliciii.kl tu kn'iw  -ad ������l!ltWiHllrca,ci|in������.  -m-mU, mm hkcIj* ui  i������fc<.  IM* I' I'Ali, Mieir' for  li...Mi.it������U* ������lui', J.H  1 k nf iM.ly rcfani.f,  mil H] ;������������U lo r.il !<������������������.  |mIi-Ii-i.u't   In  Um   gnri'l  ������|������������t   f'f thrmllltt,'.   |.|BllP.||  if 4���������eat*in .i������mi������|ofmy  |VWI*,'������.  Obtainable in P.okeU. aUo in bulk.      The bmivitlm in tl,n market.  U)Qhl AOKNTS-CtMnERusn,-  .   . Mmm Hamm A pAwnm*-**'  CtirRTKjtAV,   ���������   -   . WUwr* i. McPhbk & ������on.  (iirfTIIB MAKK ������llho������r Klllj'. rVULV.t Tlili  tlcttiavitUr n,..'.a........'. 1 i'.i.i...,    (��������� ,.w',.  J, tTRVIN* AKUB v TOOL CO.  P. r en* aett  0NK90PU ,.,   FAUt,MAba,U-t.A.  THE HUDSON'S BAY CO  DISTRIBUTiM ACIBNOI, VICTOBU. B*.c! BLOOD WILL TELL  Rich, Pure Blood Will Drive Out the  Most Obstinate Case of Rheumatism  Growing pains, aching joints, stiffened muscles, tender, swollen limbs���������  ������that:s   rheumatism���������a   blood   disease  ithat causes ceaseless agony and crip-  ������������������ples   thousands.    It   is   acid   in   the  Wood that causes rheumatism.   Liniments may ease the pain temporarily  ���������but they never cure.   To cure rheumatism you must remove the acid in  ithe   impure    blood.      Dr.   Williams'  Pink  Pills   positively  cure   rheumatism,   acute or   chronic.     They   act  dicectly on the blood, driving the acid  out.     They  make  new,  warm,  pure  blood, and send it throbbing through  the heart, and lungs and limbs.   This  new blood banishes every ache and  pain���������brings good health and full activity.    Mr.  T.  H.  Smith,  Caledonia,  ���������Ont., says:���������"For a number of years  1 was badly troubled with rheumatism,  and was so crippled up I could scarcely do any work.   I tried quite a number of medicines, but they did not help  me.    Then I saw Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills advertised for this trouble, and  I got a number of boxes.   Before the  third box was used, I found myself improving.   I continued to use the pills  throughout the winter and they have  completely cured me.    I got so that  I could work on the coldest day without a coat, and not feel a twinge of  the trouble.   I have told quite a few  of my neighbors about the pills, and  they are a popular medicine here."  It is because Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  make new, pure, warm blood that they  have such a great power to cure disease. They positively cure rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia, St. Vitus  dance, partial paralysis, kidney; and  liver troubles, anaemia,' and the ailments which women alone suffer from.  The purchaser must be careful to see  ' that the full name, "Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills for Pale People" is printed on  the wrapper around each box. Sold  by all medicine dealers or sent by mail  at 50c a box, or six boxes for $2.50, by  writing the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  FRUIT GROWING IN  Not many years ago it was the general belief that cultivated fruits could  not he grown in the prairie region of  Western Canada.   While it was be-  leved that there was a great future  for the country in the production of  cereals, fruit growing was looked upon  as impossible.  For cereal crops Western Canada has already achieved a  record unsurpassed anywhere in the  .world, while even in fruit growing we  rme gradually passing the experiment-  .-. al 'Stage.   A few enthusiastic hortl-  '���������culturists refused to accept, the gen-  ���������eral verdict that fruit could not be  ��������� grown here.   They began experimenting with various fruits, and to their  ��������� efforts ls due the knowledge that many  fruits can he grown to advantage in  ��������� this country. Groat credit Is due these  i raen, who spent their time and money  Un carrying on this experimental work,  '..'they have accomplished much in the  interest of the people of Western Canada, for which they deserve hearty  thanks.  Among the pioneers of horticulture  In the Wset we may mention the namo  of the late W. B. Hall, of Headlngly,  Man., who achieved considerable success in growing small fruits and crab  -apples. Another namo that deservos  to ho held n lasting esteem hy the  people of Manitoba for the work accomplished In this lino, Is that of the  lato Thos. Frankland, oC Stonewall,  Besides small fruits Mr. Frankland  .���������succeeded in growing several varieties  of applos, plums and crabs, and ho  ulsu produced a few chorrlor* of the  Moreno class. Ills crowning effort  was tho production of a fow ponrs���������  the only fruit of this class over grown  in Manitoba. Tho ponr tree which  'produced ths fruit passed out of existence the satno wlntor that this tiro-  loss horticulturist consort his labors  nnil piiHHOd to his long homo. Another man who has boon vory successful In fruitgrowing In Manitoba  is A. I*. Stevenson, of Nolson. That  Rontlcunan has dono much In demon-  ��������� st rat Ing that tho standard apples can,  under the right conditions, ho grown  horo. Slnco tho oHtablshinont of tho  Dominion government experimental  farms nt Brandon and Indian Head,  much valuable work has boon dono hy  those institutions, not only In testing  varlotles of fruit, hut also In learning  tho best: methods of cultivating and  protecting them.   Our grain farmers  L'Uliy    Itiiilicu    cuat    u.u    ...cu.uua   i/f  cultivation practiced in Eastern Canada would hot do for the West. This  is also true of fruits. When our people learn the best methods of -jultiyat-  ing fruit crops, the cause of much of  tue lack of success in the past will he  apparent.  Most  extensive  experimental work  in fruit growing has for some years  been going on at Buchanan's nurseries, St. Charles,   Man.    H$re experiments on a large   scale   have   been  undertaken, not only to discover hardy  varieties of fruits adapted to growing  in Manitoba and the Territories, but  also to learn the methods of cultivation and growing best suited to this  country.   Plants and trees have been  tested, not of a few individual specimens, but by the thousand, and a great  deal of valuable information has been  accumulated.   In currants, which are  one of the hardiest kinds of fruit, over  25 varieties have been grown successfully, including red, white and black  varieties. ^In ^raspberries, the number  of varieties tested is even much larger  and includes red, yellow, black and purple vareties.    A  few  varieties   have  fruited well for several years without,  any winter protection;   It is an easy  matter, however, to   bend   raspberry  canes to the ground and cover them  during winter.   Twenty or more var-  mous crops of fruit, without protection.   Bushes requiring protecton can  easily be covered with brush, which  gathers the snow and affords an excellent cover.    Splendid results have  also been attained with strawberries.  The resuns of experiments with these  fruits would lead to the  conclusion  tnat with .proper methods our farmers  should be able to supply themselves  with an abundance of all these healthful fruits,  including currants, gooseberries, raspberries and strawberries.  Blackberries have also been grown at  the same nurseries.    Mr.  Buchanan  exhibited some very fine samples, of  blackberries last season, including one  sample about as   large   as   a   man's  thumb.    These berries, however, are  generally regarded as too tender for  general cultivation here.  In tree fruits, some very fair cherries  have been produced. The sand cherry  is regarded by Mr. Buchanan as the  most promising sort for this country.  By careful propagation it is believed  that improved vareties will be, secured  wuich will be well, worthy, of extensive planting. Many varieties of the  Americans and other species'of plums  have been tested. The only plums  which have proved hardy (except, of  course, our native^will^lumsTPfunus  Nigra) are some of those, "belonging  to the American species. Many varieties of this species, however, do not  ripen here before the frost comes.  Extensive planting has been done with  apples, including all the hardy Russian and Minnesota varieties, and a  number of the trees are promising.  Quite a number of the large crabs or  hybrid apples have reached the fruiting stage. Somewhat extensive experiments have also been carried on  in testing ornamental trees and  shrubs. Mr. Buchanan has recently  Issued a catalogue which gives a list  of the various apples, crabs, plums,  small fruits and ornamental trees and  shrubs which have proved hardy hero.  This list will he sent to anyone who  will ask for It.  THE CAUSE OE  WOMAN'S TROUBLES  IS  DISEASED  KIDNEYS AND THE  CURE IS JODD'S KIDNEY PILLS.  Wonderful Cure of Mrs. James Kinsella, who slept in a chair for Two  Summers���������What She Says of It.  St. Malachie, Que., Mar. 20.���������(Special)��������� A cure of great interest to  women has attracted the attention of  those interested in medical matters in  this neighborhood. Mrs. Jas. Kinsella,  wife of a well-known citizen, had suffered from a complication of troubles  for about two years. She had a pain  in the right hip, in the,back'and'was  obliged to pass water every fifteen  minutes in a burning Itching sort of  way.  Sh could not sleep at night and had  to sit up in a chair for two summers  Dodd's Kidnek Pills cured her.  Mrs. Kinsella speaking of her cure  says, "After the flrst box of Dodd's  Kidney Pills I felt much better.   Then  I got more .and they did me a world  of good.    I have never slept in the  chair since I used Dodd's Kidney Pills.''  Woman's health depends on her kidneys,     Nine-tenths   of   the   so-called  female complaints are caused by uric  acid in he blood.   Cure your Kidneys  with Dodd's Kidney Pills and you can  have no uric acid in the blood.-  The Trials of a Country Editor.  Many and various are the.struggles  of the little jobbing printer and newspaper proprietor ih very remote country districts, where the population is  scarce, and money more so.   I knew  a good-tempered old chap who had the  .greatest difficulty fa making both ends  meet, though he worked fourteen or  fifteen hours a day.   Failing to get  money for his subscriptions, he would  often take garden produce.   But this  did not always pan out all right. Upon  one occasion in the bitterness of his  heart he inserted this notice: "We do  take garden stuff in  lieu of money.  Send potatoes if you like, or a few  carrots; but,  for  God's  sake,,  don't  send any more  onions.    We  cannot  print for our  tears."���������From  an  Old  Country Exchange.  ii  WATCH THE  LITTLE ONES  ..  DR.   SLOCUM    WARNS   PARENT3  TO STOP TRIFLING WITH UNTRIED PREPARATIONS.  a  That Cutting Acid thnt ntlsei from  the stomiich mid .���������'most strangles, is en used  by fennent.ition of tlio. food'iii tho Stomach.  It is a forociiste of ind'uo-tinn and dyspepsia.  Tako ono of Dr. Von Stan's Pinoapplo Tablets  immediately after onting, and it will prevent  this distress md aid digestion. GO in u box 3*  ceuts.���������16  "When I was in Arabia on my last  trip,"., said Mr. Arthur Campbell, who  makes semi-annual visits to the Orient,  "I heard a native miser give a shrewd  and quick-witted reply to a dervish  who had asked him to grant a favor.  "'On one condition,' said the miser, 'i  will do whatever you require.' " 'What  is tliat?' asked the dervish. "'Never  to ask me for anything."���������Denver Republican.  "Coughs Are Dangerous, and Lead to  Fatal Results if the Right Remedies are Not Applied."  The Great Specialist Asks Every Parent to Test his Combined Treatment that has Cured Thousands of Children and  Adults.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Mame���������She and Mr. Jinks correspond, don't they? Mag-���������Naw! Why  he's real dark complectioned an' she's  a dizzy t/ionde."  A Requisite for the Rancher.���������On  the cattle ranges of the West, where  men and stock are far from doctors  and apothecaries, Dr. Thomas' Electric  Oil is kept on hand by the intelligent  as a ready made medicine, not only  for many human ills, but as a horse  and cattle medicine of surpassing  merit. A horse and cattle rancher  will find matters greatly simplified by  using this oil. \ ���������-,.  The efficacy of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup in curing coughs and  colds and arrestng inflammation of the  lungs, can be established by hundreds  of testimonials from all sorts and conditions of men. It is a standard rem'  edy in these ailments and all affec  tions of the throat and lungs. It is  highly recommended by medicine vendors, because they know and appreciate its value as a curative.   Try it.  Cater to the average man's vanity  and the rest is easy.  Just as the bread-winner is getting  accustomed to the idea of higher rent,  the spring openings are announced.-  MOTHER AND BABY CURED.  Mrs. T. R. Elliott, Keswick, near  Barrie, Ont, writes, Dec. 28th, 1904:���������  "My baby was very sick with a terrible cough. I gave her your COLTS-  tOOTE EXPECTORANT and OXO-  MULSION and a few doses cured her.  I was also sick myself with a bad attack of pneumonia, two winters ago,  anil my lungs continued to trouble me  until last March, when I tried PSYCHINE, and in a few days my, lungs  got strong.  "That one bottle of PSYCHINE did ,  more for me than doctors' prescriptions and all the remedies I ever tried.".  'ihe Dr. Slocum Remedies for sale  ..cures and deserve the highest endorsement and use by all Canadian Mothers.  , The Di*. Slocum Remedies are for  sale by rall druggists���������COLTSFOOTS  EXPECTORANT 25c, OXOMULS10N  $1, and PSYCHINE at1 $1 per bottle.  For further advice or information  write, or call, Dr.' Slocum, Limited, 179  King street West, Toronto, Canada.  $1,5000.00 AWARD  For the production of a hardy applo and plum,  If interested write for our caUlogue of hardy  nursery stock. Ap-ple, crab and plum troes.  currant, raspberry and gooseberry bushes,  strawberry plants, ornamental shrubs and  trees, hedginff- and wirid-brenk trees, etc.  Trees that will grow iu Manitoba and the Territories,   Address:  Buchanan Nurseriea.       St. Charles, Mao.  "Mrs. Golden wads doesn't seem to  be very well educated or to have much  refinement," said Mrs. Oldcastle. "At  the dinner last night I heard her say.  ~^T.usUook.at,themJ;h_erj^  replied her hostess, "she ain't been in  society long enough yet to get much  culture. Of course anybody that was  educated would kuow enough to say,  'Look at those there roses.'"���������Chicago  Record-Herald.  AN AID TO MOTHERS.'  Eves and nn������A  run   Wi-������. Cuba, acting probably under United  C.GyArfheWB?e0wi%tfn"sa^f**!^  States influence, persists in refusing  had Catarrh  for several yearsi   Water would   to   Great  Britain   most-favored-nation  run from my eyes and nose for days at a time.  About four months uro I was.inouced to try  Dr Agnew'sCatarrhal Powder, and since using  the wonderful remody I have not had nn attack���������lH7elie**03nii"tennmuTit95r'^50'fieirt^  It has been determined- that the assassin of the Grand Duke is a man of  good birth because of the quality of  his underwear. Presumably in a cold  country like Russia men are born in  their underwear so as not to catch  cold.  THE HOME DOCTOfl.  Relieve a dyspeptic fooling with ���������  drink of hot witter.  Threo parts of white vnsollno and ono  of bismuth make nn old nnd well  known ointment for skin disortsos,  Castor oil ls suid to lose nil the disagreeable qualities for which It ls famous If mingled with orange Juice.  Hoursenoss mny bo relieved hy beating thoroughly the whlto of nn egg and  adding lemon juice and sugar. Aa occasional tonspooiiful Is tho dose.  To rellovo a gumboil a homely remedy Is to tnko a thin strip of dried llg,  dip it iu milk, toiint It nnd thon apply  hot to thu swolleu gum. Relief Is  spoody,  Don't experiment with poulllcos If  symptoms of pneumonia exl������t. Flax-  seed and bread and milk poultices  should ho used only hy a trained nurse,  for If they nro porinlUod to cool thoy  aggravate ruthor thuu rellovo tho dls-  one a  Derangement   of'the   stomach   or  bowels Is responsible for most of the  ailments   that    afflict   Infants    and  young   children.    For   keeping   the  stomach and bowels In order nothing  can equal Baby's Own Tablets, that  is why children in the homes where  these  Tablets  are  used are  bright,  good-natured    and    healthy.     Mrs.  Joseph Wallace, Shanley, Ont., says:  "I have used Baby's Own Tablets for  my baby since her earliest infancy,  and have found them to he a modi-j  cine that meets all the needs of little  ones.   Thoy have kept my little one  as  bright and healthy as can  be."  *hese Tablots are sold under a guarantee to contain no opiate or poisonous "soothing" stuff.  Sold by all medicine dealers or by mall at 25 cents a  box   by   writing   the   Dr.   \v uUamB  Medicine Co., Brockville. Ont.  A Clear Healthy Skin.���������Eruptions  of the skin and the blotches which  blemish beauty are the result of Impure blood caused by unhealthy action  of the liver and kidneys. In correcting this unhealthy action and restoring the organs to the normal condition,  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will at the  same time cleanse the blood, and the  blotches and eruptions will disappear  without leaving any trace;  treatment. The TJnied States holds  the view that the most-favored-nation  clause in a treaty does not relate to  l^iviIeger^rafftM"ttrthird"parties~in-  return for specific concessions. Great  Britain's policy of admitting other nations to competition with her for the  trade of her own colonies is at least  magnanimous.  Heart relief in half an hour.--  A lady in Now York State, writing of her ours  by Dr. Asrnew's Cureffor the Heart, snya: "I  fool like one brought back from the dond, so  Brent was my suffiTins* from heart trouble and  so almost miraculous my rocovory through ihe  ngency of this powerful treatment. I owe my  life to it."  "*  -19  .**���������  Mrs. Cheery���������You should always  mako light of your troubles, dear. Mr.  Cheery���������I do, Whenever a shopkeeper  sends me a bill I burn it.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Caller���������What a beautiful baby. And  what is its name? Young Mother-  Bridget Sullivan DeVere. Caller-  Mercy sakes! How did you happen  to give it a namo liko that? Young  Ai other���������Why, tho cook threatened to  loavo whon baby came, and we got  her to stay hy naming tho baby after  her.  IU fitting boots and shoes cause  corns. Holloway's Corn Cure is the  article to use. Get a bottle at once  and cure your corns.  Tho Importation Into Russia of  bombs under, the label "oranges" is  analogous to the Importation of cannon into the Transvaal under tho guise  of "pianos."  Each Washington's birthday the  Americans get more fun out of tho  fact that George couldn't tell a lie.  The Chitnire.  Fred-8ho isn't tho pretty prtrl sho  used to be. Arthur-Is thnt so? Fred  -Yos. Hor father lost all his monoy  ���������peculating.  Their tnjntaa.  ������������������So thoir engagement In broken?"  "Yds* thoy woro both too shy to got  married."  "'Whnt?"  The Man Who I-i Tn ISnrner-t.  The vital necessity for tho qualities  of Inspiration, reality anil magnetism  was brought homo to.mo when I was a  schoolboy fiddling nt col lego functious,  I saw speakers who camo forward and  who���������woll, just spoko so many words.  Thon would come an orator, n man who  acted tho part, who lived tho part, who  wus tho part been use ho believed It,  nnd so swopt.tho pooplo off thoir foot���������  J. r. Sousa in .London Intorvlow.  Teach the rising generation to discriminate between  Sunlight Soap  and others that Just look like it but lack its  purity and cleansing powez. It will save them  the worry of experiment and the expense of  injured clothes. Sunlight Soap washes  equally well with hard or soft water.  Your money back for any cause of complaint.  Lever Brothers     4  Limited, Toronto  1130  "WM\ yen "en *"*������������������*��������� wi* .hy of irnnxi-  tirxd  *x\xe -rr-t *hy of him  whon shs I or '"he found ti'll Itu movnblo nrtlclos-  rslthtvl to Orders,  Scottish highland retainers, wben  ttondo to do duty as sorvnnts; aro said  to show a very stolid, matter of fact  tlnd of obedience. A Mr. Campbell, i  highland gentlomnn, visiting a country  house, told Donald to bring everything  out of the bedroom, moaning his po*  S6i*:i! he]onr,ln'i'<t.'' Pv*-! *1"*������ mirmto*- luf'  found it out."���������Philadelphia Lodger.  ���������   mm " -���������    ���������  Stuffed Pepitom.  Oat tho stem cuds of largo sweet poppers and dhj nut tim kopiR trtklmr core  not to havo thorn touch tho sides or  they will mako the dish too hot. Lay  tbo emptied pepper-- In ho cold milt and  water for an hour. Huvo ready u good  mlnco of ham, of chicken, of vonl or of  lamb, with bremlcruuilm or cold boiled  rico worked up with It to avoid soggi-  n*m BtMiarm with m\\on Juice, salt,  butter find gravy, t\Uo tomato JuN-o If  you havo it. Kill tho peppers with this  tod pack, open < ixls up, in a bake dish  or pun. Till hi between them with a  food gravy. 8ti-������nv lino crumbs over  Iho top** nnd bake, covorwi, bait an  hour. Then brown.  fonder, flro Irons and tho llko���������piled  op In tbe lobby, so moral was the poor  man's sense of obedlonce to orders.  A.nd of this he gavo a still more e*  trcwi'JIaory V'-o?? during M������ ���������ojmira  In Edinburgh. Whon the family moved  Into a house thoro Mrs. Campbell govs  bim vory particular Instructions regarding visitors, oxphtlnlng thoy wore  to bo shown Into tbe drawing room  and uslm* tbe Scotticism, "Carry any  Indies that call upstairs." Tho flrst  rffll'or.-* worn two women who came  at tho same tlmo. Donald solxorl ������tx*  In his arms, siid to tbn other, "Bldt  yo there till I como for ye," and In  spite of ber struggle* -and. rcmon-,  Btr.in.f3 ushered tb* twHfled visit*"*'  lato Ut%. Campbell's prwienco. I  If It is a Question of Warmth use  E. B. EDDY'S -  BUILDINd PAPER  It Retain Htit 1*4 KetpiettCeU,  Writ* fit Huflm $M rrfMfc  TEES a PERSSE, Limited., AftnU, Winnipeg. ���������������  ������������������*?���������  i-*  *������������������������'Hi������'i>������'*'������';-������-fir-iti������>i'f������>t.,|.������������<,|  ENDERBY'S i  WAY *  By SIDNEY  H.  COLE   V.  M  . -'. -' ������������  -���������''-��������� ���������  " ���������   i ������  Copyright, 1904, by T. C. McClure       it  ���������**>*���������$������������������{������������������������{��������� aft���������&*���������$"', y^1 ~'Ht lf','$"t' if. .-*��������� >X������ >���������< .**.>X������.**<,frtfr-^Htl  It was eminently characteristic of  Enderby. He had known Miss Carmichael scarcely three months, but to  Enderby's mind time was not always  measured by the clock.  They were walking homeward, from  the opera. Miss Carnilcbnel had insisted that they walk. It was a' perfect Uight, and the distance home was  short When they entered the quiet  street where Miss Carmichael lived  Enderby fell Into a brown study. The  girl beside him was talking in sprightly fashion of Nibelungen^and Rhine  maidens, all of which was lost to En-  derby's ears. They had reached the  substantial Carmichael residence when  Enderby came suddenly from his reticent silence���������so suddenly,;indeed, that  he interrupted the girl in the middle of  a sentence.  "Look here," said he, "I'm a pretty-  steady going sort. I've a fair income  and a steadily ��������� growing clientage. I  want an establishment of my own.*  Why wouldn't it be a good idea for v(s  to marry?" /.  Miss Carmlchaelwas so thoroughly  astounded that she found no reply until they had reached the top step and'  Enderby was struggling with the latch-  ^ key.'  "'Good gracious!" was all she managed to gasp even then.  j   "I mean it," said Enderby.   "Think,  it over if you like.   I don't; necessarily!  expect my answer right now."  "Good night, Mr. Enderby," she said  rather coolly, and the.door swung shut  behind her. -,. ..-..{^ *****' .   *'"  Enderby strode down the street5 toward the club wltli never a'qualm in  his mind and never a tremor beneath  his immaculate shirt front, bU^r that  was Enderby's way. ������������������$���������*,_; '  After that he saw Miss GariSjphael  as usual and for several wefeks ihade  no allusion to the matter. At first the  girl was furtively uneasy In his. pres-  'enee,-but-asthe-weeks;went'by"and.-he'  snid nothing more she regained her  usual composure.  One late March evening as they sat  before a blazing fire in thc big hall Enderby suddenly took up the conversation where it had ended weeks. befor&.  "Have you thought it over?" sa^d he.  /'Now, this question was entirely irrelevant to the talk of the moment.  "Have I thought what over?" Miss  Carmichael asked.  "Marrying me," said Enderby tersely. ������Tm a very, practical man, not ro-  fSB AOBNT ItOSB FHOM THD OIUVHli, SPUT-  .TUMNQ TIIOVAN& INVBCTIVffl.  mantle and that sort of thine, you  know. Still, I flatter myself I'd mako  a fairly good husband. You'd have a  houso and servants very much Uko this  establishment hero."  Miss Carmlchaol's eyes oponod wide.  Was ever a girl woood lu such cold  blooded fashion? she wondered. She  spoko calmly, yet her voice was not as  firm os sho intended. ;  ������������������"������������������fi-. fi-dorh-f, T thoroughly' respdet  yon, but an fn/mnrryln*-* you"���������-  8h������ paused, nnd Emiorby wont on,  ���������Torhaps you want to think It ovor a  little longer, That will bo all rlgbt.  I'm not ono of tbe Impatient sort  rsriod n*j������M."  IIo slipped on bis overcoat, took bis  bnt and stick and departed, leaving tbo  girl divided between amawmont and  wrath.  Spring was woll ndvancod before  "Enderby broached tho subject again.  It was ono evening Just as ho was  nbont to depart from the Carmlohaoln,  ���������nd it wns with the usual abruptness.  "Hnvo you decided to marry mo yetr  snid ho.  Miss Carmlchnel looked tt hlra  steadily, and this time her voles wss  rerv firm.  -Summer Game, and the Carmichaels  left the- city for their pretty country  place in a quiet village.   Every second  ���������oree auring ascent. Tne retarding  force is tbe same for tlie weight of tbe  projectile and* tfie atmospheric - resist-  ��������� .    ,     ���������_,.,. j        A    .,       ance, both acting in the same direction.  Saturday Enderby came down to dine   In ^  aescent the accelerating force is  *������{-*��������� V������       Ihnn-. rrVin      W\r\*.4-ttrp       JiAft/1       *v*"*      J-*������a   I *���������"-���������"  with them. The portly head of tho  house of Carmichael entertained a genuine and outspoken liking for the reserved, young man, and Mrs. Carmichael was-voluble in his praises.  Miss Carmichael said nothing, but  she recognized some potent fascination  about this strange, reticent man and  his stranger method of wooing. Sometimes it amused her. Sometimes it angered ner. And yet bis plain words  and his frank strength appealed to her  more strongly than she cared to admit  What manner of man was this? she  asked herself countless times, and each  time,a definite answer was wanting.  , ������������������*.,' .*"���������',���������������"'.-������.     ���������   ���������  ���������      *  ' Tliat Saturday afternoon Miss Car-,  midhael'waV.alone in the house. At 4  the difference of these two, since they  act in opposite directions. In a vacuum  it would be different. In that case, the  weight of the projectile being the only  force acting, this force would generate  in each foot of the ball exactly tho  same amount of velocity that it had  "ost in its passage upward. Thus the  final would find it with a speed equal  to Its initial velocity .���������St. Louis Republic __.   ...  '���������""" A HORRIBLE IDEA.  .The Tboutsht That Made One Man ���������  Temperance Advocate.  An easterner, riding on a mail stage  in northern Colorado, was entertained  o'clock"a-tree agent came to tbe^p&r*; .by a dialogue which was sustained  and-by ������������������persistent efforts tovse^Mtf'lupon the one side by the driver and  goods was making himself very obhoi^kipon the other by an elderly passen-  ious. At that juncture Enderby can^-pger, evidently a native of the region,  up the walk. He heard the voices in "I understand you're temperance,"  Uie hall and took in the situation at a ; began the driver.  glance. He laid a hand none too gentle on the agent's shoulder.  "You're annoying the5lady," said  Enderby severely.     \  "Is that any of your business?" said  the man, with heated insolence.  "None at all," said Enderby cheerw  fully, whereupon he took the man by,  the colla't-, marched him' tp the porch  and beljped'hjs undignified retreat to  the gravel 'walk. /-������������������,.  The agent rose from the/gravel,/spi*-t-  tering profane invective. Enderby  started down the steps,  '.'Haven't had eijough, eh?" said hey  and something in his toiie and exprel  "Yes, I'm pretty strong against liquor,'' returned the other. ''I've been  sew against  it   now   for   thirty-five  "feal's."  "Scared it will ruin your health?"  /"Ye^i but that isn't the main thing."  . '!l5������-raaps it don't agree with you?"  */ehtuf|s-Vthe driver.  "V^nSltt really don't agree with any-  hotfy'0^t that ain't it either.   The  tfiing* ^fesets me against it is a horrible idea?'.  "A ho$i>ie idea"!   What is it?"  J'Well^ ilS^te-five years ago I was sit-  e>.! tiftg Wa hfe|eFin Denver with a friend  ������**[ ,pt nyfle, a*SW says, 'Let's order a bot-  siori forced upon tbe irate agent's un- jtle of something.' And he says: 'No,  derstanding a realization of the better Bir. I'm saving my money to buy gov-  part of valor. He fled the field in in-' ernment land 'at*MJ*]L.25 an acre. I'm go-  glorious haste. Enderby returned/to ing to buy tomorrow, and you'd better  the hall. let me take the money you would have  "Oh," said Miss Carmichael in tones. spent for'the liquor and buy a couple  of relief, "he was positively insulting!  I'm so glad you came.",  "That's all right," said Enderby.  And then���������perhaps something in her  voice suggested the course���������Enderby  tempted fate once more.  ''Going to marry me?" he said.  Miss Carmichael laughed hysterically.  "Of course I am, you funny man _  TsHe~said; "How ^n~earth"rcah~~I~he"p  myself?"  Enderby looked puzzled.  *"You're quite sure you want to?" ho  asked doubtfully.  '  "Very, very sure, dear," said Miss  Carmichael gravely.  "Good!" Good enough!" said Enderby, with hearty satisfaction. It was  Enderby's way.  of acres along with mine.' I says, 'All  right' So we didn't drink, and he  bought me two acres.  "Well, sir, today those two acres are  right in the middle of a flourishing  town, and if I'd taken that drink I'd  have swallowed a city block, a grocery  store, an apothecary's, four lawyers'  offices and it's hard to say what else.  That's the idea. Ain^it-hoi-rihleji^s.  Youth's Companion. V  THE GERMAN APPETITE,  Honey Making Wupi.  The card making wasp of Brazil, it la  said, manufactures a honey the use of  which is hot without danger, as it occasions vertigo. In South America  large quantities of honey are collected  from the nests built in trees by an insect which is supposed to belong to the  bee tribe. Then there are the bam-  buros, whose honey whole towns in  Ceylon go Into tho woods to gather.  There are also lnour own country nnts  which construct underground nests,  but their chief peculiarity Is that In  addition to the ordinary Inhabitants  of nn ants' nest there is a special class  called honoy bearers. Those live entirely In the nest'and receive tho food  collected by tho workers, storo it up In  their globular abdomens, wbich nre capable of groat expansion, and regurgitate It in the form of honoy. whon any  of their comrades deslro to bo fed.  They are, In fact, merely living honoy  bags. Anothor spoclos of honey ant  has beon found in Australia, and a species of coccus in India provides Itself  Wltb a small quantity of honoy.  Wellington nnd lite Stetvnrd,  Evon tho "Iron" Puko of Wellington  bad bis difficulties wltb tbo servant  question. Chaplain Goorgo It, Qlelff*  wroto of the groat soldier: "As to bis  table, It was in ovory respect such as  became bis position. His winos wero  excellent, though his cellars contained  but a scanty supply at any given time.  The oldest could not havo boon moro  than a couple of months. In bis possession. Of his reasons for thus acting he  made no secret. 'At one timo/ bo said,  'I usod to do as others do-vgnve my orders to tho houso steward and handed  It Is "Expansive and Calls For a Generous Bill ot Fare.  Wherever there Is a German there  you will find enough to eat It may not  always be to your taste, but it is there  in wholesome quality and generous  quantity, and usually his wife and call-,  dren are also there to enjoy it with  him. It is hot umtsvul to see the entire family, even down to the smallest  child, at a festive gathering, and, however queer this may appear to American "eyes, it is a custom of the fatherland. When the husband takes a glass  of wine or beer he is quite willing that  his wife should hnvo an equal amount  and to give the baby a sip if it so  pleases her, The entire code of ethics  in Germany is more on an equal plane  for mon and women than in any other  country in the world, and it Is no doubt  due to this phase of domestic, felicity  that Germany is practically /'a divorce-  less country, At tbe annual Metzcl-  suppe the men do not -some alone, but  bring their wives with thorn. No man  of any other nationality in tlie world  can boast tho gastronomic capability  of the German. The number of glasses  of beer that he can consume with ease  Is something astonishing, and tho mixture of soups, swoet and sour pickles,  sausage and cheeses dear to the Teutonic palate is enough to glvo tho ordinary mortal Indigestion by merely  thinking of It���������Harriet Qulmby la Leslie's Weekly.  Flying Pewer* of the SiTKlloWt  Not only do swallows capture all  tbelr Insoct food while on tho wing;  they also Invariably drink while flying, and thoy ovon food their young  on tbo wing, especially the bouse mar-,  tins, although it is very difficult to ob-  sorvo them performing tho font, so  quickly Is it dono. As tho young birds  arrive at full growth thoy soon becomo  impatient of confinement nnd sit all  day with their beads out of the on  him tbo"'monorte"pay"the"blTls"'aVbo i^we ^ tb<> neot, where the dams, by  prossntod them to mo. This wont on ,������������������-������-������������* *������ tho nest, supply them wltb  for a year or moro, when to my surprise and disgust I got letters from  tradesman humbly begging that I  ���������wouM **t*ttlo their tionnunt", which had  boon lonp; stnndlnp*. T found on Inquiry  that the fellow hnd beon gambling  wltb my money, leaving my creditors  unpaid. From tbat day to this I bavt  madft u a point to pay my o\vn bills  nnd tn 1-oor. toy ���������toco'intl with traJcs  men as short as possiblo.'"  the Retnrn of ��������� Project!!*,  Tbo question is often asked, "Will an  iiobjoct thrown Into tbo air, oltbor from  the band, a volcano or even wben shot  from a rifle or cannon, return to the  (���������Mirth with the snmo Inlthil velocity  wltli which It left?" The answer Is: A  projectllo thrown vertical!)* upwart  Into tho nlr will return with a velocity  log* than tho Initial. In th������ alt tbt accelerating force which acts during tho  } descent is not tonal to tbe rotnrtllng  food from morning till night, nnd it ls  duping this period thnt tho young ore  fed on the wing by tho parents,  Thon,  flffflln. till* hri!i������<������ ������iw<*tt1fw tvl'l wi-oli tf.  self by dropping into tho wnter ns it  flies.   The Coda of tlnnmi,  Japan numbers in Us pantheon as  many as 80,000,000 troilH. All tiio-*r-  who hnvo deserved woll of their country, from Kobo Dnlshl, who gave learning Its handle (writing), to Hlrose, who  was blown to pieces In bis ship la the  jaws of Tort Arthur only the other day,  are canonized Into gods, llko tho saints  of Europe, by the riitknrin-4. One ot  those gods in good standing Is or was  an EngliHlmiuii. Ills mime wu������ Wilt  Adams, aud ho wns wrcclu-d on tbo  shores of Japan nt tbe do*e of tho  Ellxiibethnn century. He Ih h god been uso be built for Japan her flr-tt seaworthy navy.  BALANCING FEAT.  An Ingenious Trick With a Hairpin,  Coin, Ring and Hatpin.  Here is an ingenious balancing trick  which is performed with a silver half  dolftir, a large wire hairpin, a heavy  ring and a long hatpin or "stickpin."  Bend the hairpin into .the shape  shown in the picture. Force the half  dollar into the hook on one end of the  hairpin, which hook you have pinched  well together so that it will grip tho  coin tightly, and bang the ring on tht  other more open book. Now balance  the coin at a point near its edge and  in line with the two books on the  point of the hatpin, which you bold  vertically in your left hand.  You can nearly always make it balance on some point, but to make tbt  ODD BALANCING FEA.T.  trick more effective the pin should be  very near the edge of the coin, so if  the ring is not very heavy you may  have to borrow another one and slip  it in the book beside the first, or  :y6u-can~use~a"]ight~rin^~an^d^uT)Stii"  tute a quarter for the half dollar.  Now, if you blow against the ring  the whole thing will turn on its pivot  and by giving a good puff every timt  the ring comes round you can make it  spin very fast and keep on spinning a  long tlme; If the hatpin is very sharp  and of very hard steel it will gradually bore a hole In the coin. Indeed  it Is possible to bore clear through a  soft coin in this way.  THE FEET OF A FLY.  Why  Thin  Little  Inncct  Xa Able to  Walk on the Ceiling.  Pew people probably know what it  is that enables flics to walk on tht  ceiling. It has been supposed that  tbeir ability to do so was duo to tht  fact that each of their feet is a miniature air pump. This theory was found  to bo unsound, and it was then explained that it was mado possible by  means of a viscous substance wblcb  exuded from the hairs on their feet.  This theory also was abandoned as  being only partly accountable for tht  facts, and the preferred explanation Is  that flies aro onablcd to walk upsldt  down on smooth substances by tht  help of capillary adhesion. An investigator has found by a series of nice calculations, such ns the weighing and  measuring of hairs, that a fly would  bo uphold by capillary attraction were  It four-ninths as heavy again as it ls,  Each fly is supposed to bo furnished  with from 10,000 to 12,000 foot hairs,  Thoso ������Kudo an oily fluid, and It Is bo-  causo of tho repulsion botwoon a  watery surfaco and this oily liquid  that a fly finds it diflicult to mount a  dampened gluss.���������Hnrpor's Weekly,    j  Spider! Tlmt Form' Colonies,  As everybody knows, spiders usually  light to tho ond If ono happens to en-  tor tbo wob of another, >;ypt there art  spldors that live togoJli^fTlii poaoo, In  South America ono.yarlpty of spider  forms colonlos of Vslvoral hundred  members. These build-a joint nest, almost ns big as a hat. It hangs from  high branches, and a sllkon strand,  sometimes ninety foot long, dangles  from Its lower end to servo as a lad-  dor for tho Inmates, In Venezuela  thoro is a spider which Joins with bun-  uiv.ua ui uiUvt. m tno umuuiuviure of  n giant tub, QIUu Ihvy xscmo a wch  big enough to cover a wholo coffee  shrub. Inside this web Is divided Into  colls, and tho spldors not only agree  perfectly, but often bolp each othor  L... ^u.ucuiiu.y iu rue lusucts,  Por a good camphor mouth wash  tako a pint of hot water and dissolve  In It two drams of powdered borax.  Whon'tho water cools add ono dram  finch ot spirits of camphor and tlnctuvc  oCmfnk,  A loaf of bread which bas becomo  dried can be made nearly as nice n������  whon fresh" bokod by plunging It Into  cold water, then placing In ft hot oven  for a few minutes.  UP TO DATE TRIMMINGS.   ;  Malinea   li.ee   Much   Vaed ��������� Autanm  Style* to Be Plainer.  Among midsuinmer novelties are-  French sailor shapes in stitched white-  silk, bound all around the edge with-'  blue silk^ribbon and trimmed, with *aT *"  plain hut jaunty little bow of ribbon"  at the side.     ; '" ~  Malines lace is used a great deal in  trimming the smart gowns of the mo-*  ment A charming blue and white-  checked taffeta frock was adorjifsa-)  with little bows of blue velvet having: ���������  ends of malines and caught up with*  tiny steel buckles.   Another gown o������  BILK GINGHAM (JOWN.  fancy green taffeta, piped with velvet  ef the same shade,  had  rosettes of,  malines lace with tiny rosettes of velvet in their centers.  The autumn styles- promise to be*  much plainer, and leaders of fashion.'  say that we shall return to smaller-  sleeves again. The tailor made frock.1  pure and simple will be seen a great-  deal more this fall,, and fussy effects^  will be for dressy wear and not fon  the street. ,;  A soft tint of silk  ls known  as*  pigeon's breast.   A very srani't cloak,  of this was trimmed witb graduated  bands of sapphire blue velvet, edged-  with tiny gold braid."  It wits, slashed,;  up cape fashion all. around and-lacedv  together with gold cord and tiny tassels,   The lining, was of crearav whlto-.  accordion plaited chiffon. >'  Tlio plcturo shows a- dress of embroidered pnlo green silk glnghanv  trimmed with Insertions of Ince.  JUDIO CHOLLET..  A Norfllty Id Cyolet,  Fiom Melbourno comes an account  of a now invention, which is ono of ���������  tho    most   novel things   tho   wheel .  world has hhd placed boforo it for ft *���������.  long time past.   Mr. Henry Glade, s. .  Victorian, has completed and patented two miniature cycles for tho fcet������-  Tho inotlvo power for those is dt������.  rlvod from the action of tho hool������r  .....mi, un Ubiiig mun iiitu prtiiiMuU nir-  tcrnntely, oporuto tlw gvar by incan-**-  of a n������*t of elbow cranks. Tho power  from tho gear wheels i.s communicated io tin*, front f hod by a drlvlng  -hftfii. 'Ihe action of tho rider whin*  traveling is vory isliiiilnr to that* of  % swuiiiinT trending whut, the only  tliln*? tiwdful for proficiency bdntr to  (���������itiii th**- niiinimt ol hnlnrtivi rotprlrftl  wlun Koin������ hist to lean forward, ana-  tn Htrnlghii-n up wlun *lo������iug. , ll  Is stritid that a speed of 10 mlk*  nn hour in attained with case ox*  hoiim* nurhiCoh, nod ihe ma'limes uf������  r-lKirf'*- to Ui i.'.^a ou Uuj Loudo*  mariu-t. ivQi������������  A  Significaiit  A.T  WBINRO^B'S  ?ft������PS  Ail our -goods will be spl^^at^^-h-ufa^t-urefs  prices, for we would rather leave goods with  yuu than -njoye it, as the store will ^4������^d .M  the end of this month. __  General Dri-s^oods*.  Boots ami Sh"es,  ,Genh> Clo'hing,  Gents Furnish int**p,  Yi'-uths & Boys Clothiny,  Etc    Etc.   Etc,   Et������v   Ec.    Eic  Lnilu'9 and Mi?se������ Sh-^ea  Cra,v.anotie ,f������������r Men, Wpm-ftn ani  ^Children  Ladies jSj*.irw  Ladies WhIsis; etc etc.   a\fs.   etc  Indelibly branded o-> the snip of  *j41 "Leckie Boots'. It elands  for ���������.���������������������������bpjt'ter footgear .for the  sanrje monfy''���������-honest western  |footwear, made hv najevlern -ppo-1  jo'e for -ty������Ht������rii irtule. They are1  |all le*sith<-r and huih for i-Brvice  without f-acrific^ntf aBjKjMrnnoe:  ; Ask you'r dealer for1 " .Lg-pVie  j Boots,?'iind loj^U. f<jt ths aim ve  trade marjc on the Kile.    \-   ;  M^^UFACTyREOBy  ~~IWt miss ibis opportonitv and regret it after, ^member pur stor#  will be closed May 31st 1906 ^ ^   LJI h,,,,  ,  B.S.  WJlINKOBE,  VKNDOME BLOCK CUMBERLAND BC.  J" w      '. V.ill'.'.i.lUII.  J. L1CHI, Ge��������� Ltd.  ��������� ������������������'    -,i     ��������� k������ rMaonsible for the  yiew-i, watimept., o^ny ectotBoi  ,,  tloa of latter'ci^mHP^nt8- _  lo������ Wbifk'StH^iy^: a. if   ,  t^aient Ads OMh in Advan^.  P'i98im) WRY WEDNESDAY.  ^cripUon;..'-*--  lie Park1    'this would (Je a very  iieJsof the town, and  Cumberiauu  ^Xi-^f^rr^  iimofieoiu citizens.    It w ���������������- an*y  Wn madi? in not securinK a<��������� *���������������*- ,  o1$ print J.505. were''sent hy Mrs H.  P Colli*? aiid   yjntly admired'.   An  plid Paisley shawl and 'sugar bowl  'aliobtjt a century old was-*  sent  by  ^Jrs An bony.   l\lisp Stant'exlfhi-  tfcd an o d"French truck pot, some  beautifully knitted 6ockp,' also pillow   cn.cti.  hut  as  ihe  tsvp la'iie**  artulea were not on the ljni of arti-  oifs to )te cjcjoapeted lor, could  not  be a wai ded prizeB.  Lriclia n ca rvihgs  and  inn piemen te, a' pair of   snow  * hi.*** that many y������ a is ago.travelled ;  weco a nutr-ber nf vocal and instrumeota^ ue-  to the forks of the Skeena and"tfnas '    ��������� *    ���������' -<������������������--..'-'���������>'> i-������ m'������b Kate  BEER  No Better Lager Brewed In America. .  The Oldest Established Brewery in British Columbia,  iJMii ii I li   '��������� ���������' ���������' ' ���������; .  The. entertainment aiveu  oh  the eveuiug  of the-J-tth to   a   crowded house   was   in  ,  many ways one of the best  eve/* given   Jn  Cumberland,    On the programme presented  offices    Victoria g. G- .  !  .j*  10 Hie H-jrus oi me. oseeuu uuu i-im- jeotions    $. sole,  , -������������������f*-'-* .-��������� -v -^���������  riprs  were alco'Oil ths Stand   with delightfully fi>ndere������| and   a  J^av-day  'various... photographs'.' of   Union'   i'li ' Operetta'by theuhildiwi.     IJe'veriil of I  the   wild  and  w-ooly days.    Mi s who pW)U������ised to'asast failejJ to put ii  l*>nn .. eif.r.1  *.   mr.^1   ii.tcraclinii rutin     '  . .,.:..   ���������,.;--������ nf khia the aUO  -^ti������nH    A solo. " M*vaysv!, by ^iwi Kate  ��������� _ _..-        .      i  ... j   _ ��������� Af.-.t-r.riau and i  those  in   an  S'ith thin mm of the '/TNi-wiV,' tne wo  yMaiiufaotuiring Oil,, of London, put,,  QolhnieVice'tlieir advorliuing 'for tliU yeur,  Uttlbg a i'eiieg <if fbur ailviirtiBu'nontii, from  whioh twelve in'sertionil Wi'l he iViaVle- 'The  tirstfili'ihe ndrioa' dniilii -with t^ie anh-paii  Mature of the fitfDane,'ahrl from a perusal o  Uii) id, tlitl ad-lnivwigbB 'of'an aati pitu" iu i  iu/p/i'dM, 'and 'thU one lu pnHiouUr, ' c  rtatlily'be'under-stood.     The noooud  i  a  can  ad  rtsHily'he'"-naeriin-uu.      *..v     ���������  Aisubrib������i the Urge dtSuhlo (e'ed-douri, ex-  p^ithjitiB'thb e-uj* with whioh the ' ���������Siiushine'  TOruko^oia'be fed.' ITlie third expliiiiiii th������-  Tn'tJurfiiilty' of a1 watfr-piin uroperly placed  fknfl'tiBed, whilo the fourth oovith tho vory  imjinrtMnt fiiot'that the "Suobhme ' fun-aee  6urn������' aiiy kind dt' fuel and'in supplied' with  both ooal and Wood gratus. ���������  'J Whit's ihe'Md Clary po. we Urge usem  ot daily newspaper space ihey do not think  (hat kH'a'dVer^Hing campaign could Ije ntadu  ���������uooeisfu'l in 0������nada Withnui- uHii)|j the' (li^h  tilwi w^ejfly1 publicatlonB.'of whioh they  hkve dver"onn hiindrdd un their list.   I '. ii i >r.  .'I,-   I 'I   "i       "' '-   I  yiOT^RIA PAX-'C^L^I^^T^ON  WeaneKtiRy wan a good one at the  bt atiendiinc** and f-enerui succecs  of the 8*d������c uculnr attruQiyins,   tho  ainplay bf conking, wwing, ((rftwiiig',  mihtinR, alio the beiuitiful eolkot*'  Ioiib o(Cutf(oy*erHand plant*** nxni'ed  gVe^Tnte^andtnanyoo^  wore   paid,   the young people for  tjhe tntwBt taVai? hy thorn in ������-xhlb'  ili'tig arlicles atri BBtnplcR of their  intibiir.   A morn ct'odiiublo exhibit  could not two h'ixtu ui.own oy |'...-  Hritie   of   more  hJ ^nuctnl ,v o<t,,- > u  nitmhfr cf .thcyo'wtuful hont*i������lcei,por'?  uikI'cooks being uiostly umh-r 1!)  yetiro o(( npo.   Fcrtjinaio will be iho  limn rtliw iti ,i'iv,."}v:t:'.'.' v,*!)l *oe\*.ro  Obe of theso ii.duBtiioui- little niiiidfl  r*w *���������  rKiw"-  i,bbv Gray  OcwnneM-  - --,.  intertft of ths sho*^ several old  nieces of bine cpo^ier rBsist.ware,  *t������ry rare, brimh eartn W������Jg������woiHl(.  earfy eighteenth centnry tea caddy  nnd French China ink Hand all,  ll HIS IT JL1V4 (% aivt      .wyvi   J -Mt*   r >w. .,..-  Fratue sent a mo8t iuteresting -relic  ~a Tuiki-^h B-npkirig c-ip-rThe  ~pf'opeTryTf f*"sr>^erbld'iv e'te r an-p f-t-he  Crimean wny. A.n ice pream. cs'ndy ;  anc ref renhment booth war*-jonduet-  ed by ti'ome-of"Cumberland's njoat  pro.oiinent ladies, who were kept  busy all day trying to  eupply  the  cleipapd.   Ip the  afternoon   ������*fter  the yctiool parade, Childrens'tport'p  were nrrapgrd by Mr R. Grant  M.  P. P to whoro also the young  pereformers in the Operetta were indebted for a  very  generouR supply  of  ice-firen^},   The promoters of  Ihe  exhibition desire to express , their  pincore and heartfelt tlptnksi tp, the  ladiffl and gentlemen who sentRiip-  plies;,apd aclox] as J^dgoa, the stove  keepers.fy.ho were mowt genoro^fl in  every   poppihle   niapner,   and   Mr  Bennet who   undertook'tho lionte  ^ ,t  ���������.     i' lit I ���������   ��������� i  share  of   the hudino'se  oonnccipd ���������  with the shov?,   Tp^l^e  H>uete,ep, |  and lo, Mr? Pik������t who. kindly  lent  ariiclfs for npe in tho Operctlt\, and |  Mr Winpiniihu.m vyho kindly aa  eistet^ op the I'lugfi.  ���������$������������������������������������  Roual Barfk oF C^rjada  M  appeariuice but iu spite of th|u the aucHeiCp  -**jBm V(Bry highly pleased witb the ueirforin-  _ ���������   ���������    ' ���������'   ''   ���������'"' a*. . ti- J' f a  Capital (paid up),..  Reserve Fund  Undivided Profits   T. f. lfRHNY, Prksidkxt.  1,000,000  .3,000,000  302,743  K. L. PEASfi, UKNKiiAt. MANAr--c  the Operetta had   beeu   exoeptiooali.** - vrtl). \  dflne by Mrs Gollis whose   untiring   qjjfjirta  I  were well  rewarded  by   the   good feni-lts  ah.owu in the ohildren,   The \l lynkj-diupp,  the niarchi g. the singing, the acting,  tjhe |  pretty dre-ses and the fjowers; were fvery-  '  thing that,could be desired.    Mr A Anderson, violin and  Mi*s Muriel"'Colijs,   piano  played the music for the danfie,- **hile  the  oboruses in the Ppuretta ware very carefully  perfurmed   by   Miss   Jesoie   Frame,    Mr><  Collis deserves Rre.at praise for hor pains iu  assisting in getting up so delightful an even,  iug's enteitainmnnt which many would like  to sea repeated,    Co.iMUlfim'ra*.  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  R������--irr^ Bank Department s-Depnriw of $1 a,d up*ar l������ received ;   Interest ale  S,?p,ur,-e���������t rates co,npo������nde(l^*emx year ou M* June ami 31.. December.  ���������qr'afjw f)������;������|| powtH bought and sold.^ :^    ^  ^   ^   HVNPM AN,   ManaOER.  OppifnpaS   10 to 3;    SaturdB; ifr 1'2; op,u   P������> H���������hU 7 p..u t��������� 9,;,���������  NOTICE  pew, A HI).  i  HOTH'K.is H^RKBY (IIVRN thai;  tliciuiiiltJiu iti'd iiftvo made application lor n tjolel "License i^ude-- tho  pmviiiioii-i i.f thu' Statutes' iu tliat  .behalf !���������-  V  1.9.  ��������� ���������!���������  M.���������!���������.���������������������������    WI���������!������������������!     I���������  ,. ��������� .11   !!...���������.>....>���������>  Puttfd riant, l,Ht K!li)U������le Harwood,  '^ud  .lohn Murd'ioh, .Spuoiul, K tituitrt.   .  Wild Flowers, 1st F.   P,eo'������e, %\d M Huu  .!���������..       i        '        ��������� I '  "flwilw Flowers, l,������t M vyebiiter. %id M,.  Walker. .   .     '.,'���������,.  NitivoForns, M. R. ^n^rson, V^ vyeb-  of At*  Best Geranium, ? Mollado,  ^n -prlmwy  GW������nV, K." DitlHoH. . ��������� .   ,  yegetabldi, \ai, f*\ ^w\ay, 2nd W Ander-  "'WhltuBt������d, l������t Ann'ci  ^^iveii,  2nd  8-vniM.l 0.   l)*iv.-,.   HUI������wWo,,St  John H  P'kat, SprtuH Inn H'<wl. Cnumx Kit  i s.mu'i -I. <'i'ff������. l<m]* S0W| ;   v'  5.C1, Mills TildberA Trading Ou.,' Hook  liiiv Hotel, R'<ek B.iy.  John Humphrey, Wilsni, Hotel, pnlon \yy.  FromTh-MiiwiW.   t'<^er   to   Andrew 0.  Hummer, Riverside Hotel, Pourwwjr.  The Board o{ biuenoe tJommissioners will  mit to SoDHiuer the kheft W ������������pj ������?���������  Th������w8������y, tho day ������th <������fi . ������^ IW  Jt thVOuurt.hou.c-. li������Mri������a- ��������������� *h0  hotrol'e'ptin.       ' ^^���������  ''(ilefliidtnoe^iiVpeptor,  OomorWoeuce Ontrleti  A reward o������Qoe hundred Uollarp,  ('|lOO}i,iirtJ������pa,'dby the Corpor-  aTiojiif th/city of Cumberland  I 1'fi'*r '"*������* f^ will he  3.1 $f*Ato������ Mill., for,-Intoni,  ai'ion ii'.iUn������ io the conviction ot  tl������^  Sef|?ert{> V V'Mvlorne  Hotel   on  tha mornins* of April, *2t^V  '   n   ' Xh'OttWf ���������  %t n  I, W. Nunss-O. M.O.  1 7 ..   -J  -      ���������������������������~  CUMefERLAi^Kr"-  MeatJVlarket  Choices^ iy|e^t?5  Supplied at Lowest Market Prioos  A  ("rroafc Variety will  always be  in stiiok j   also a supply of  " will he oil Rule eynjy Woduowday  ..jHI ....Q   Vimr p^ronngo is onrdinll^ inyiteil, and  t^ll older* wi\l uo promptly dallvei-ed,  Fair  Trial  IS jJLXjXj "WB ASIC  TUST u cliunce io show ;Vou ihat-  J we i\! ������'nyn plen������e our cii!>tomerif  bvHupplying them with the BEST  MEATS at the lowon market  prices. A trial ord^r will convinct*  you.  .     THE  CITY  Meat   Market*  W. W, M������KAY, Proprietor.  Fletcher fr-fros-i  i  1W������ Breaa, \\ SMiift, lna Wli^to.  Uake-J, T%rt* eW. "iMa, [WW** -\ M0",  Nivmi, C IMkm, I Mowpoii, M MoiuuSe. Neo.  uttds, M' Anrieriloii, A J4pl(iviini A M,oNiveu  M Andorion, Vt Hundtn, VV ttUu.leo, Speoial, Sadie Whyto.       '  Boiled Potatoes, 1, May Kiohardi, 2, M.  Mellulo. .  Hiiiih' Mado Candy. I Mouiuw '-!, A Koeso  Hand Made Apron, M Kiwli-y.  *���������*..��������� l..i.'.j.'-'-"   1 " e""*"'  ������ ���������' Pott or ���������  Ki't.-ii''h('iid������r, Y iVMliid-i, >i M K-������Mloy.  D-rmuR ou Wool "������<*alc, 1 Jean fu'amp"eli,  2 N Ssuiiti  ,S���������f������ Pill-.w, JJe**!e Murdoch, fl I. P*'tter.  Kmb'd. Doily, M AiiderHoii,  llomiitilolicd iVdklMJSrii'VH.  HrtllltWIlllllVI,    ioill V/'**i������. .  Pamtinc etc   1 Muritd Oollis, 2 M Colllu  * . . .*���������.. in/i i i  H������y*  I Clarli.  nnu rrenon ������������������'��������� ***** *������������������������������������*- ��������� ���������, , ,���������,-1.1^i,r#a,l  -J������l!nRfwm������V0l. amU very rare \'!������, T.Mttt hr**\  Mr H X P-"11**"- of Victoria thoughtfully  prtsentfd a pri/i for mo it mtnUorlou* ���������������-  l^ibit   Thi* waa awarded to Mi-i MuNiven  Cumberland, B.C.,  ' '' ' V.v 2Si,a Wic  "   ,  '���������     ,",?   " iff       V       ,        1.,  In tlie iiia^tor uf the "Mnn^oip^l*  iii* (noo^po^ation ^o,tV t^iid in tlio  inattor of tho e^tenejon nt the \w-,  its of the City of 9uiuyer]lA^d.  Vu hi ie }<[t)im is hetfly   -iiven that tho  C'Hiiinatiiiii ot tl'.n   Oity' ul, pnmWlftn^  havi initilu fiii'iiiul iipplioutiuii to thu Luu-  twiKuit Kuifai.11   i.i ,s m-ii-iI ter nn p^toiision  i,\ \\,i- liiii",*u nf Mm* itiv,���������iiioipalif.y mo as to in-  'diiilo within iiiviiLcorpnratii limits Clit  ������ol-  IwiiiK property ������������������-that i* to nuy,  IHocli 1,  U(|| ai,-! lilnuk II Loin (i), ["���������), (3). and  (\) ������uoui'iliii|4 to th������i oerti''i������p*pUu'ot Klijah  I'rifKt, a Pi.'.'iii.'ul Lii'id Siirvnyor, and he*  iiHj a Muh-IJiviituni ol i.^iw ui I :.   M,   ^>'\-  sou Uiitriot, Provinuo of Hntiati Columbia.  The said plan it ouly Hied  in th* Land  ll������gintry QlHoi, VlotoriaB.O."    f   T'  Dated at Odmherland B.O.   this  10th  diyof^ay 19j)5.  UWltoHCR W. NCT^, Oity OJerk.  WftsLKY WI LL ARO, M*yo*j,  ������   1   ��������� '  Glazing  and   Painting.     See'  rich'd. McGregor,  Cumberland Hotel.  , i'l������li-i]     **V*"**,W*J "^UTi-  A(|uaf^teed Curo for riles.  Itohiug, Bliud, ^l*j������4ipg or Proti*i������dii--j  Piles, DruggUU refund V?pey if ^Aif,0  QP***{l'MljJNT fails to ui^e any 0^0, no mat  ter of how Iohr Htandinu. in ^ to (4 day.,  I'iimi-, apolic^tion givhs o.ui* and nwt'i $u,  If vour diiit-Rist hasn'tItatmd hDy. msiatnpg  and it will t*u im 1,in.'..\ \'-v,t ������"-������������������<' l������y ^mU  AiuJuO-i. Co., ftl-.   X evU, Mo.  rem sale  A ty,o unatod, light y^tx KwH \  new. wuikUhv;** ������<������nr*i- PoU nxia |  ���������baftr**    A bargain. ' ~  Try Onr f amoup Xhi������.tl������ I^ikJi  9*Jfl<W*t TJeas, at S^ 40 nt\tl 6j)p j>*-rt  Calpimo, the bent mnllnry vn(ll,  flnifih,.l1ii a I ihftdei*, for vale by <y-  BtfarbeU.  Dealer! in Higb-grado  PIANOS an*  ORGANS  Tho y-wmimmmu   QtauMxn  Hkinmmai^  MRNUKW^itK K������d WlUIAMB plaHOI,.....  From S300 up.   IKHMrT-dUUlT,....  .MWUMMNataUa  Local Agent,  l,Ht rwwlved at 0. H. TarbfU'a %  (jm. r.PB'triinent 0! new flies for  trout fi'liiiiij.  TO Oil������������ A GOLD IM 0M1WT.  I?* SSfiiVE .UROMrt QlTlff INK Tab  iJu    AVI druggist, refund the m������'B������V i!  t  hltl, to oure. W M. mOuv*'* ngnatttrt ii  oue������oH,l>P*.   B5o.  5, Hoiei Hungarian Flour, ll'75  I Bivck- ,.  Napier & Partridge.  I  ~H������u-������ Lining nnd   Wall Paper  at  Qhurip John'i.

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