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Array TWELFTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B. C. WEDNESDAY   MAY,  31,    jgo5  AT THE BIG STORE  **S>  SHOE DEPARTMENT.  Warm weather leiders that are worthy of your  Men's Fine BIhoIiit t ut Dongola Shoes, Goodyear Welt  Men's Tau Calfskin Shoo*, Rluoher Cut.  attention.  SS.no pair.  $4.00 pair.  Ladies  Royal  t  Purple  Dougola  Shoes  $3 50  Ladies  Oxfords  Equal to Any $4.00 Shoes on the Market.  Misses DongoU, 0n������ Strap Buckle Slippera $1.50pr-  Ladies and Gents Tenuis and Licrosse Shoes,    No deal with us is completed  until you are satif-fied.  Simon Leiser & Co. LtD.  Lecal and  Personal  T. E. Bale has jrist received  j  ton of  Wall Paper.  Ab yet, we have heard nothing of  the resignation of ediior Bate from  the School Staff D.es the School  Board mtend.,o bonus a newspaper?  Small prices hrii\_. big business  ���������we Want the���������-bu-Uriesa, Napier  <fe Partridge.  Mr and Mrs Peacey entertained a  number of young people' on' Friday  evening. Piogrevive whist followed bV a d.int-e formed, part of the  evenings entertainment.  For Garden Ho e^Lawn mowers.  I<ie Cream freezers, Mixed paints  and brushes, Wallpaper, i-ittminocks  Tennis Itaequels, Fieiiiiig luuklr,  Poultry netting, Garden-tools, wheelbarrows, etc. etc. Go to the Big Store.  The friends oi Mis R. Grant will  regitt to learn that that lady is an  iuva.id again with rheumatism,  Probably notning is tiiure salisfac���������  tbry thfiii good reliable food  prod  ucts.   The inner man always wan lithe  best.     Particular  people find  jiertect satisfaction in buying tuen  groceries At the Big Store.  Mrs Geo Grieve paid Vapcouvtr  ii shun vit-ii, returning to Cumi.er-  land un Tuesday of last week.  The Newest fads in fancy work  Proctor's patent Wheel or Squares  ior making Teneriffe Lace*  Stamped scrim'Duylies and table  covei a To be had at The Big Store.  . Miss Weinrobe of'Lady������mith was  a passenger to Cumberland las!  Tuesday.  NOTICE.  "JUF5-  rm  Municipality of the Oity\oK***'M-ja*ber-  land.       \g*JO  Owners of Hordes allowing them  to run at large within tlie City  limits will be heid responsible for  any damage done.  BY ORDER.  L. W. NUNNS, CM.0  Cumberland, B,C.'23 Mny,  1905,  CARI> ok thanks"  Mrs Jas.'Watson desires to ex  press her heartfelt thanks to tb  kind friends, who during her  cent sad bereavement', assisted  and sent tokens of sympathy  floral tribute.  -T=Z������-  M������&'  $05 -  - *���������*������*���������ii>< -���������  jgi*  STWall - Paper  JUST ARRIVED AT THE  re-  her  in  The Sohool Trustees beg to tender their their hearty th-mk*** to all  those who helped to make the exhibition and concert on the 24th of  May the double success that it was,  especially Mesdames Anderson,Collis T&C Whyte,Gi'lesp'e and Frame  and the other ladies who worked so  herd on the refreshment committee.  Signed.  A, H. Peacey,  W. H Campbell,  T.H.Carey, Sec.  Shoes. Shoes. Shoes.  20 Cases opened up this week.  Napier & Partridge.  Ite MAGNET  CASH STORE.  100 Patterns to choose from.  -****���������  2 Double Rolls for 25cts, upwardi.  ft line L-nin({,   Mixed Ptint-i, 50 Shade* of  AJa'iastme,     E lamel*-,    Statu*,    Varuishr  Whiting, Brushes, etc.  ,.:J*I  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. O.   just received large shipment oi"  IROlgr   A.GKS |������^(  CULTIVATORS,  SEED DRILLS,   WHEEL HOES, Etc.  ',-;..*; VRRV UTRDT 1MPIIOVF.MKNTK.  Call nnd see thorn ur write for catalogues and prions,  Telephone 83, Sole Agents for B.O. P 0. Dawor 883  REPORT OF  THE   MINISTER  OF MINES.  >  W  WE ARE  AFTER YOU1  If you are not alraady a customer, we want your trade,  either direct or through your  dealer who will procure any  of our llneH'thttt you wb-ht ::   ..We guarantee   absolute   satisfaction.,.   ���������***^^^^^^_     ^_^^^^^^ ^^^       ___; _______^ ^^^ ,    ^^_ ^^^^^^_ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^������^^ ___im_m_, -tt-*g*| ^^^������       ^       tmmwamA  I&BIIMCTI&BEIH/   THAT,  We will>ave you Mdnay���������Try us���������and with tho help of our  Gatiiil6gtie--wbi6h is freo���������-you can eeleot any or all of your  Home Furnishing Needs  from the InrgiHstook in Western Canada.  Tli.-it'-i a prnposU'on worth y-rmr crmnldr-ration.  For Kaleomlnlng,* PaperMianglng  Glaxing  and   Painting,      8ee  rioh'd. McGregor,  Cumberland Hotel.  LOST  Between Union Wharf and Oys-  cr ttivur, n fly book, rad and fish ng  basket. Kinder by returning to  thii Office will receive suitable re*  ward.  Mr,   and    Mrs    Thos.    Bickle  and family will leave (his week on  an extended visit io th-jir  home in  nfiJn^liuid7~ThFy^e"xpect"txrlnj absen H  3 months, . ,  Ladies Sum.mer Underwear, in  Silk Lisle, Balbriggaii and fancy  cotton Large assortment At tiie'.Big  Store. -  The Ladies   Guild   of  Trinity  -,,   ������������������ i .-*������������������". -   *. '* ���������   **      ������������������������������,���������  Church intend giving-an**tietiain-  merit in aid of their Chrrc'i. By  ' request", the "May-Queen'' Cantata  intwopcenes will bi" repeated, in  connection with their programme  The Cast of Characters will be as  befoie. May-Queen, Miss Staple**;  Queen of tha Fairiei* Miss Eva  Williams'; with a chorus of Floral  Maidens Particulars and date  will be published later.  The winning number  for   the  Garden Swing At the Big Store is  131  The Children who receivedppecial  prizos at tiio Exhibition desire to  thank the following ladies and gen-  tleinun  who  contributed ��������� them:--  MesHors Bonnet, P.oacey���������Carey, Rigiifi  & Whyte, Anderson, anil Me^clanieii  Colli*,   Pur.lrfdgo, Peacey,  Whyte,  Mounce,   Anderson, Gillespie  and  Clinton,    Also  to  the  following  committee wh������ worked with such  untiring energy at the refreshment  booth,   Men lama Horbury, Frame,  Ellis, Dr, UlileHpie.T.and.O. Whyte  Uiploy: T, Hamlet, Murdook  and  Misf-es Frame and McKnight,  The mu r rin go of Mr Robt. Mo  Knight to Miss Halorow will take  pluco on Tliuridny evening. After  the em'mnny the newly wedded  pair will leave on th**'-City" for a  honeymoon trip to Vancouver and  Vioioiia Both young people h������Ae  hosts of friends who will wish them  aixce.e** and happiness in their weu  did life  In last week's account ot tho 24'h  show, mentioiS w������u omitted of some  beantilu) leather duwt-ie, ouaOc Uo.u  natural coloured feather* of wild  birds by some tribe oi the lower  AmsBon wilds. Also a pair of r ho-Hp,  woven of grass, with wooden tolei,  from the same country, and a few  gorgeously coloured hectics from  Brncil. AU theie were exhibited  by Mr Napfar.  ���������This useful Government publication for 1904 has reached us, and  in genera 1 jn fo rmat io n and neat^  workmanship the edition is ahead  of previous ones, and will be of  great value to miners and intending  prospectors. The tinted half tones  With which Ihe book is illustrated  are paiticul'arly-well done.  T. E. RATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE, Cumberland  -1905 -.  wall * Paper  FOR    SALE  Lot 2, Block H.Penrith Avenue.  A full sized jot in a desirable location. Termjs. Apply E. J. Judd.  317 Cordbvji St  West Vancouver.  Ladies Suede and Kid' Gloves in  all the  newest ehadis, only $l.oo  per Pair.  -Na pier-&-- Partridge,���������<_   Mr W J Bowser.MivP. P G^and  Master of the Grand Lodge of B.C.  will visi' the Cumberland Lodge  No 26 A F & A M next Wednesday June 7th.  Fine Balbriggan  the  Suit.  Shirts are Sateen trimmed���������  pearl 'buttons, well made button  holes���������sizes 34 to 44.  Drawers are also Sateen trimmed  and .taped*-���������three large pearl  buttons sewn  on���������not   thrown  in���������  sizes, 32 to 44.  Material���������superior double thread  balbriggan���������50c a garment.  There's another splendid underwear here at $2,00 a suit���������it has  60 per cent wool, the other part is  cotton���������good cotton, guaranteed  unshrinkable by the makers and j  by Scott  It you prefei all wool next your  skin, it's here in a light weight natural wool, imported, at $1.00 a  garment.  8PK0IAI.���������20 down flno black Cashmere fox, regular 85c,  for 25c.  chiphsx; \  ts  A SPRIMJANGER  .Many  People  Weaken  Their System  .by the Use of Purgative Medicines.  . /'Ask any doctor and he will tell you  -���������that the use of purgative medicines  v weakens the system, and cannot pos-  v^lbly cure disease.   Thousands of peo-  ;ple take purgative medicines in the  rspring, and make a most serious mis-  ^take In doing  so.    People   who feel  ���������tired and depressed, who find the appetite variable, who have occasional  Jieadaches and backaches,   or   whose  .'blood shows impurities through pirn-  ;ples and   eruptions,    need a   spring  medicine.   But they should not dose  /themselves with harsh griping purga-  -."������������������stives, that gallop through the bowels  tearing the tissues and weakening the  -system.   A tonic medicine is what is  .meeded in the spring and Dr. Williams  .Pink Pills is the best tonic that science  'lias yet discovered.   They are quietly  -absorbed   into   the system filling the  veins with pure rich, red blood that  ���������carries health and strength to every  part of the body.   Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills cure skin eruptions, indigestion,  '-headaches,   nervousness,   rheumatism  .and all blood troubles.   They improve  the   appetite   and   make   depressed,  ��������� easily tired men and women cheerful,  active and strong.     Mr.   James   Mc-  Dougall, Little Shippegan, N.B., says;  "I have used Dr. William's' Pink P1II3  -as a tonic and blood purifier and have  found them superior to all other medi-  ���������eines."  If you need a medicine this spring���������  and who would not be1 the better ot  - a tonic after the long dreary in-door  months���������give Dr. Williams\ Pink Pills  a trial.   They will send rich, red blood  <��������� -coursing through your veins and give  you the buoyancy of perfect health.  See that the full name, "Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale People;" is printed  ���������on the wrapper around each box.   All  ���������dealers in medicine sell these pills or  you can get them by mail at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50 by writing  the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ���������Tille. Ont.  .MINISTERS  HARD ON   ROCKEFELLER.  'Boston,. Mass.���������-Congregational:ministers representing Boston and various  ^sections of New England have for war d-  -ed to the American board of commis-  .- sioners for foreign missions a protest  ���������-against the acceptance by the board  "Vof a gift . of  $100,000  ffom~JoK5rT)7  ^Rockefeller, on the ground that the  '. Standard Oil company, of which Mr.  ��������� Rockefeller is the head, "stands be-  lore the public.under repeated.and recent formidable indictments in specific  terms for method's which are morally  .iniquitous and socially destructive."  A MODERN MEDICINE  Which Reaches and Cures all the little  Ailments of Infants and Children.  Baby's Own Tablets Is a modern  ���������medicine which replaces barbarous  ���������castor oil and poisonous '-soothing"  ���������stuffs. Tbo Tablets are'a sweet, harmless little lozenge, which children take  readily, and which may be crushed to  -a powder or administered in a spoon-  /Jul ot water if necesary..,- /IJhla medl-  ���������-cine cures all stomach ' and' bowel  '' troubles,  breaks  up  cbid3,  prevents  - croup, allays tho pain of teething and  ��������� gives healthful sleep.   And you have  ��������� a solemn gunrantcjo. that it contains  1. not ono particle of opiate or poisonous  ��������� soothing ' stuff.     Mrs.   J.   D.   Cilly,  Heatherton, Que., says:   "I have used  Baby's Own Tablots for stomach and  Ibowel troubles and liavo always found  'them a  most  satisfactory  medicine,  ' iaxxd ono that .keeps my children bright  -and heal thy."   You can get the Tablets from any medicine dealer or by  mall at 26 conts a box by writing ...e  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,, Brockville,  Oat.  MARSHAL NEY'S DEATH.  Tbo   Dramatic   Uml   ot   tho   Brave  French Soldier.  Noy refused naturally to placo him-  ���������elf on his kneos and to allow his  ���������eyes to ho bandaged. Ho only uskod  Commandant Salnt-Blas to show bim  whoro he was to stand. Ho faced tbo  platoon, which hold their muakots at  "tho rocovor," and tbon, In an attitude  which I shall novor forgot, so noble  waa It, calm and dlgnlllod, without auy  ���������waggor, ho took off bis bat, and, profiting by the short moment which was  caused by tlio adjudant do placo hating to place himself on ouo sido and to  glvo tho signal for firing, ho pronouncod  theso fow words, which I board vory  distinctly, "Frenchmen, I protest ngalnst  - my sontenco, my honor"-- At theso last  DODOS  KIDNEY  0i PI LLS;  ���������rUxx     ������������������'������������������-���������^  woras, as ne was placing his hand on  his heart, the detonation was heard.  He fell as if struck by lightning. A  roll of the drums and the cries of "Vive  le roi!" by the troops formed in square,;  brought to a close this lugubrious ceremony.  This fine death made a great impression on me. Turning to Augustus  de la Rochejaquelin, colonel of the  grenadiers, who was by my side and  who deplored, like myself, the death  of the brave des braves, 1 said to him,  "There, my dear friend, is a grand lesson in learning to die."���������"The Empire  and the Restoration," General Roche-  chouart.  Doctor���������Has your cougn troumed you  as much as usual today, Mrs. Grand?  Patient���������Oh, no, not nearly as much!  I got Hortense, my maid, to cough for  me. She is a very accommodating  young woman.���������Boston Transcript  Timely Advice.  When a certain financial panic broke  out the senior editor cf a trade journal  published in the interests of business  mem and financiers was on a visit to  a mining town. Fearful lest his junior  in the office at home might give editorial utterance to pessimistic views  and weaken public confidence still further, he hastened to a telegraph oflice  and dispatched a brief message of advice. *  It happened that the junior partner  on this particular day had just become  the father"of ��������� a pair of fine twin boys.  While his friends in the office were  congratulating him upon this event a  messenger entered with a telegram.  He opened it and read the following  message, from the senior partner:  Dear George���������Things look blue, but they  will brighten up soon. Take a cheerful  view of the situation. HIRAM.  ��������� ������������������ ���������<��������������������������������������������������������������� ������V tKV ������������������������������*������������������������������������������ ���������������������������  WESTERN  CANADIAN   EDITORS  HE WAS LAID UP  FOR 0VER_A YEAR.  TILL DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS CURED  HIS  KIDNEY TROUBLES.  Now He's Perfectly Healthy and "Able  to Work���������Gives all the Credit to the  -���������Great-Canadian^,Kidney_Remedy._j_  Wapella, Assa;, N.W.T., Mar. 27.f���������  (Special).���������Cured of Kidney Disease  that has laid him up for, over a year,  Mr. Geo. Bartleman, a well known man  here, is loud in his praises. of. Dodd's  Kidney Pills, for to them and nothing  else ho claims he owes hi-s cure.  "Yes, I had Kidney Trouble," Mr.  Bartlemah says. "I had pains in my  back and in other parts of my body  and though the doctor did what he  could for me, I grew worse till I was  unable to work,  "Then I started to take Dodd's Kidney Pills, and I took them all winter  and summer while I was unable to  work, I took ln all twelve boxes, and  now I am perfectly healthy. My pains  are all gone and I am able to work.  I heartily recommend Dodd's Kidney  Pills to all sufferers from Kidney Dls-  ease." '  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure tho  Kidneys. Healthy Kidneys strain all  'impurities, all seeds of disease, out ot  the blool. That's why Dodd's Kidney  Pills-cure.such a wide range of diseases Including Bright's Disease, Rheumatism and Urinary Troubles.  HANDKERCHIEF CASE.  A Series of Articles Describing  their Lives, their Aims and  Their Influence. ^  27.  W. H. HALL.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  has ho opinions, or that it is a spineless wobbler. On the contrary it distributes commendation or blame to  both political parties as the circumstances seem to warrant, and thereby  has secured the respect, not only of its  subscribers in the Wolseley district,  but of the Western world of news-  paperdom as a whole.    -  The editor of the News is Mr. W. H.  Hail, whose "counterfeit presentment"  ���������\dorns the head of this article. Mr.  lall is English by birthy a west countryman, having been born near Bristol.  He was educated ln the British grammar school, one of England's most  famous schools. He has been a resident of Western Canada for more than'  twenty years, coming to the country  In the boom year of 1882. His first  newspaper.- work was undertaken in  Portage la Prairie a year later. In  1885 he went to Virden arid' took  charge of the Virden Advance. For  eleven years he edited that paper, re-  I signing in 1896. Three years later  be took over the management of the  I Wolseley News, which under his  guidance has greatly improved In  -every important respect, and is now  one of the best weeklies in the Territories. Mr. Hall Is prominent in temperance work, being one of the most  influential members of the Royal  Templars. He is also a leader in the  Orange Order, and' an ��������� officer in the  local Forrester's lodge.'  W. H. HALL.  Editor and Proprietor of the Wolseley  News.   .  THE USE OF JEWELRY.  K'i  Useful When Traveling and Also Fer  Collar* nml Stock*.'  A handy handkerchief case for worn*  en wbo travel ls ono of tboso utterly  simple llttlo Inventions that are so wonderfully.'holpful and can bo enlarged,  upon or developed Into a dozen other  things ns satisfactory In theinsojvos.  A double uso for It, by tho way, Is to  tuck turnover collars and stocks in the  division under tho liniidkorchlofs,  Tako two strips of silk or ribbon,  each twolvo Inches lon������ by four wldo,  Iny cotton batting, will- sachet powdor  Insorted, smoothly ovor both pieces, and  lino thorn witb silk or another color or  white  Lay ono on tbe othor, crossing, so  that tbe centers of both nro in tbo same  spot, and sew along tho odgos of tho  outor strip, leaving tbo edges of tho  Inner strip froo. Thon tack a half Inch  ribbon to tbe center of tb* outside, fold  the inner strip ln threo by laying ench  end over flat, and fold tho outor ovor In  the same way, tying tbo ribbon securely In 0 bow on top,  Tbt folds, both lengthwise and cross-  wiao. will prevent your handkerchiefs  I from working out, as tboy do 10 often  tn handkerchief cases. And collars can  bt deftly flipped between outor and  Inner strip and folded ovor tbt band-  kerchlofi. Tboy -will muss loss tbli  wny, If your aptice Is too limited to  box thoin comfortably, than my other  wt7���������������Philadelphia North Amorlcan,  Pnrnoll and the Coffee,  Tho daughter of Mr. Justin McCarthy gives somo Intercutlng romtnlr-con-  ci,-H of Mr. r.vviv 11. Sh--" iiv-ntInn* on*  curious intUanoo ot superstition strange  Ui iiu isV.vns a m"oi.  "One ovtriliiK I'limc-ll wan tnllilng to  me nt tho coffin ntafro of dinner, and I  r*us!in������ at him with rnj4ur<\ wm vaguely Btlrrlng mlno and going to drink It,  whi-n ho ������ald, 'You mum not drink that;  you have atlm-il il the wrong way, and  tt would \t*i unlu*.Uy. UU yai.ot.Uct cuy.'"  '    V      .        ���������-. \  The   subordination   or   personality  of the editor to the interest of the  paper of which he is the controlling  spirit is with some newspaper men a  belief as implicitly believed in as the  Thirty-nine Articles by an Anglican,  or the Wesminster Confession by a  Presbyterian. They believe that the  individuality of the man who writes  should not be obtruded upon his readers any more than the individuality,  of the tailor who measures him for his  clothes should be apparent to the public, or than the individuality of the barber who shaves him should be evident  to everybody who sees him walk down  the street. They hold that the newspaper business differs in no essential  'paTticular-from-any���������other���������busihess,-  and that, if a man is qualified for his  work, his paper will evidence the fact,  and he will get public support on the  merits of his publication, irrespective  of all personal and individual considerations. This is undoubtedly true, but  not the whole truth. It is a very  human characteristic to take a greater  Interest in any abstract proposition  when it ls identified with a personality.  By this means each become correlatives���������one Is always thought of in  connection with the other, and the  Interest of both are thereby advanced.  Even in Britain,1 the home of anonymous journalism, many of the papers  of greatest influence derive much of  that Influence because of association  with the personality of a man, and In  America the instances are numerous  where the power of a paper has simply  the measure of the personal influence*  of its editor. Greeley and Wattei^on  are past and present examples of the  trutn of tuls In the United States, and  in Canada many: illustrations of the  same truth could be cited. What made  uie Toronto Globe of the last generation .the 'IGrit Bible" but the personality of George Brown? What but the  individuality of W. F. Luxton made  the Manitoba Free Press of the 80's  the power it was in Western Canada?  And, in a smaller way, because of their  more limited sphere of subscribers,  the influence of many a Western Can-  adlan weekly ls acknowledged to ho  tne influence of Its editor, in a direct  and personal sense not usually under-  s'totid. Instances of tho truth of this  will occur to every ono who knows  anything of Western journalism���������  casqs in which the virile personality  of the man who runs the Institution  can be seen by the discerning, not  alone In every editorial, but In every  trial Item, and almost tn tho makeup  of the paper.  Thoro are othor mon who, if not so  obtrusively original, are still able, and  wnoBe paper from week to woolc is  almost the only means of knowlodge  possessed by thoir brothorn of tho  craft as to their personality. Of this  latter class Is Mr. W. K. Hall, of the  Wolseley News. To the generality of  the editors of the wast Mr. Hall Is  most generally known by tho copies  of his paper that from week to week  thoy find on thoir exchange desks.  And it must bo admitted that the estimate formed of tho man from his work  Is a favorable one. Tlio News is In  many respects one of the most orodit-  able of Territorial w^VHwe. Fow  vtOTtova, bpithvr fulfil the manifold requirements of that often discussed fcut  seldom seen sheet���������a good local paper.  Many other weekly papers In tho West  have a bettor mechanical equipment  than the News but few display moro  caro and taste in using tho lauuuoo  at their disposal. Its makeup and  presswork from weok to week show  unvarying care. Tho business announcements of the local merchants  aro displayed with a judgment often  lookod for In vain In much more pretentious papers. Its record of local'  happenings is In many respect* a  mo\lol to other Western editors, tbe  news being brightly written and woll  arranged. Being tbo only papor pub-  liKlii-ii in Wolseloy, It places local Interests abovo political bias, and is nl-  togt>tiier Independent ln its attitude.  Tub doua not Imply that tho Sow*  lilm Something More Than a Lore ol  Pretty Trifles.  Even in its modern form when ornament has been left almost wholly to  women it is something more than a  love of pretty trifles. On the persons  of the female members of his family  the man loves to see the display of the  wealth which in these days is power,  and, if modern taste will not allow it  in himself, it it still indulgent to his  vicarious display of it through his  women. So far as women themselves  consciously ta id and abet in this assertion of power, so far they may claim,  to be acquitted from the charge of  sheer vanity. Women of families who  have become recently rich love most  to display their jewelry,, and it may be  there is not so much vanity as assertion in it of their claim In virtue of  wealth to *be respected and honored.  Those women who have undisputed  claims to distinction exercise more dis-  WELL   KNOWN   PEOPLE   IN   ALlS  WALKS OF  LIFE PROCLAIM  THE VIRTUES OF '  PSYCHINE  (PRQNQUNCEB 51-KfcEN)  Mr.  Geo.   H.  Smith,   of  the  Widely  Known   "Smith   Wool   Stock   Company," Toronto, adds his testimony  Smith Wool Stock Company,  219 Front street East.  Dr. T. A. Slocum���������I and numbers of  my friends join in testifying to the  wonderful power of Psychine for  Throat and Lung Troubles. In my  own case, when ail ordinary remedies  and doctors' prescriptions failed, I  tried Psychine. A complete cure was  speedily effected. My cough ceased,  and my throat and lungs were entirely  freed of disease. Psychine accomplishes all that is claimed for it. This  statement I am prepared to substantiate under solemn oath, I have recommended Psychine to scores of my  friends and acquaintances, and have  seen with delight the return of health  and strength and permanent cures  brought about.   Yours truly,  Geo. H. Smith.  cretion, andnheir*chl������f~dl^lapT^e~on"  those occasions when it is congruous  to emphasize their social power and influence. Thus to the end we have the  close connection between ornament and  money which has existed from the beginning.���������London Saturday Review.  FIGHTING OXEN.  t-a  The   Hottentot*   Trained   Cattle  Charge Ridcrlea* Into Battle.  ., When tho Dutch first settled at the  Cape they found that the original, Hottentots owned large herds' of. cattle,  which they regularly rodo and trained  to act as. guardians of their other cattlo and tbeir camps. So admirably were  these animals trained that tbey used  to charge before tho tribesmen in battle, apparently without riders, though  there may have boen mounted leaders.  An old Writer named Kolben says:  ."Every Hottentot army is provided  with a largo troop of these war oxen,  which permit themselves to bo governed without troublo and which their  loaders let loose at tbo appointed moment. Tho Instant they are set freo  they, throw themselves with Impetuosity 'upon tho opposlto army. They  strlko with their horns, thoy kick, they  rip up and trample beneath their feet  all that opposes them', Thoy plunge  with fury Into the midst of tho ranks  and thus prepnro 1111 easy victory. The  manner In which these oxen are trained and disciplined ccrtaluly does groat  honor to tho talout of this people,"  Tlto Difference,  A delegate from Boston to an educational conference ln Philadelphia told  of tho answor given by a certain pupil  in one of the publlc-'schools of tho Hub  in answer to a question put by a professor of natural hlstorv.  Psychine ls pronounced Si-keen  For sale by all druggists at $1 per  bottle. For further advice and information write or call at Dr. Slocum,  Limited, 179 King street West, Toronto, Can.  TRIAL BOTTLE FREE  The'question was, "What is the difference between a biped and a quadruped?"  The pupil's answer was, "A biped has  two legs, a quadruped has four legs;  therefore the difference between a biped and a quadruped'is two legs."���������  Woman's Home Companion. '.  i  Announced Hlmaelf.  While looking for stragglers Just as  a Welsh regiment was i about to sail  from Cape Town for England an officer found a private standing at atten-  tion-in-a~shedr���������"Whatr-are-you-dolng-^  here?" he was asked. "Please, sir,"  Was the reply, "I am a lunatic,' and I  am waiting for the corporal's guard."  He was right; he was a lunatic, and bis  guard had forgotten him.  Lifted.  City Cousin���������Now, you, faraiersl-tlon't  have the trouble of house.hunting like  city folk. Kansas Uncle��������� Dqn't, eh?  Well, I've been hunting for a houso  that the cyclone carried away for two  years, and I haven't found it yet���������  Chicago News.  ���������Inst a Hint.  Reggie ��������� A-a-li, Miss Merrlleigh,  spweaklng of conundrums,, do you  know���������a-a-h���������the dlllcwcnce between a  flnnncee and a financier? She���������Is thero  auy? There shouldn't bo, Reggie.  A nonntlfler.  Miss Planely���������Reggie says I grow  prettier every time he sees me. Miss  Hoflstera���������You* ought'to have him call  eftoner.���������Cleveland Loader,  Vanity keeps persons in favor with  themselves /who aro out of favor with  til Oth<>r(*.���������Sbnlroanoov"  Canada's Big Lobster Park,  In view of tho attempts made on the  northeast coast of England to promote  tho lobster fishing industry, it is intorostlng to know that a lobster park,  or nursery, haa beon established at  Fpurchu, Capo Breton, whoro a sea  pond 00,000 squaro foot ln aroa has  boon stocked with fomalos and eggs.  The sldos of tho park, or pond, are oi  logs, with Iron grills, by which tho sea  " wator can .onter. Tho lobsters aro fed  on herrings out into plocos about an  Inch thlok, and thrown Into tho ponds  ovory threo days along with sea woods.  The system is to be extended to Nova  Scotia, and nerhans Newfoundland.  - 1  In some districts it is hard to secure soft  water for wetsh day.  When you uso  Sunlight Soap  you don't require soft water, ft washes  equally well with hard water. It frees the  dirt from the clothes without scrubbing or  Lolling. Try Sunlight.  Your grocer vvill refund your monoy for  any cause of complaint. "  Levir Brothers Limited*  Toronto.  (i k'^'^^!^'^^>������������a^S0^4  Miss DIANA'S  DUTY  By  JOHN LANGDON HEATON  1 /  i  CopyrifM, 1808, bu  the  International ������  Literary and New* Service 8  **w\m*Jlwlw*Jl\\^^  MjISS DIANA TALBOT was so  j pretty that she might have  been pardoned If she bad felt  that she was fulfilling her  purpose in the dlvlue plan by merely  existing. But a strain of almost morbid conscientiousness drawn from a  long line of New England forbears prevented her from taking such a simple  view of the problems of life.  "No, Herbert," she said in" the course  of an animated dispute with Mr. Matteson, "I cannot turn my back upon  the promptings of duty. I have been  thoroughly educated���������expensively educated, at least���������as you know. More  than that, I'm a specialist I went  from college to Professor Arbuthnot's  laboratory. There aren't ten women  in tbe country who know zoology as I  know it Professor Arbuthnbt bas  pften said that if Maud Jones and I  Wasted the chance he gave us and  threw away the pains he took with us  by getting married he'd never bother  with another woman as long as be  lived. He's right. 1 have a duty to  him, to the students who come after  me, to the community. 1 cannot turn  back from my task. I shall not even  seek a professional chair. I shall teach  young children in the common schools  Who need me. You do not. You have  your factory to attend to, your mother  and sisters"���������  "Confound my sisters I No, I don't  mean that exactly. They're well  enough, my sisters are; but I don't  want another. Somehow I can't get  the hang of these modern philanthropic  Ideas. Here are you and I, plainly designed to be married, and some millions of children, equally destined to  grow up in happy ignorance of bugs  and butterflies. Instead of marrying  me you go off to teach them lower  forms of animal life. Result���������I'm miserable, you're lonely, they're disgusted.  Unbapplness all round and not a soul  -the-better-forit���������You-dontt-need-to-doit either."  "Not for money���������no. But here in  Massachusetts there are plenty of girls  for all the men wbo wish to marry.  There'll be fewer superfluous women  by one if I go to work. Society has  made great sacrifices and gifted men  have spent tbeir lives to prepare me  for working. To be perfectly frank,  I think I am fit for something better,  industrially, than sewing on buttous."  "Don't doubt It; but I refuse to consider you industrially," observed Matteson.  "Ah, yes," cried the girl, throwing  her head proudly back! "a toy in a  gilded cage���������tired of, probably, as soon  as won; that's the man's idea of matrimony! Don't argue with me, Herbert.  It's breaking my heart to send you  away, but I must do It, nnd I beg you,  ob, I beg you, not to make it harder  for met"  At this outbreak Matteson began to  look uncomfortable. Ills silence roused  In Diana's mind the hope that he was  convinced by her cogent argument���������a  hope which proved that, much as she  know about invcrtebrata, sbe was llttlo versed in tho wnys of the higher  mammalia. For Matteson, a bullet  headed ex-right tackle with a magnificent record iu ground gaining and In  terforehce, was by no moans a "quitter," Nevertheless he kept silent for  somo moments, and when ho spoke bis  words were honeyed guile.  "I'll tell you what I'll do," ho said  ���������lowly. "I'll go away and not sec you  again unless you send for me, If you'll  kiss mo goodby."  "Not soo you again?" cried Diana  (Talbot aghast,  "But I don't want"���������  "I think it would be best," said,Mat-  toson gravely, "Your duty prevents  your marrying mo. Tbon I must learn  to forget you-tho sooner tho bottor.  You cannot expect to refuse mo as a  husband and keep mo as a lover, or  even as n friend. You mustn't make it  harder for rap,  Goodbyl"  Ho rose to go,  Pale and panting she confronted bim.  Tbon, flinging her arms about his neck,  ���������he klssod him passionately.  "Go, go!" sho crlod, and, turning  nbout, sbo fled from tlio room,  Matteson looked after her reflectively and then took bis dcpartnro ln fairly good topili U iot u H-jivicd to wi,  ' It xviia only a tew ihsya utter Ibis  that Nepontlc been mo aware of an astounding rumor that Herbert Mntteaon  Iind mysteriously disappeared, As ho  was the most importnnt Individual In  iliu |������iiii:������>���������bliu|m, p'uiVitftiuiiui lut'ii nud  even churches being almost dependent  upon tho weekly pay roll of the Nopon-  tie Milling company, of which he was  prosldcnMlie news caused a sensation.  Many woro the qucrlos nddrosaed to  Arthur Unnldne, tho trenmirnr of tbe  mills, a pleasant faced young college  chum and peiroiuil frlond of Matteson. Of course, because of thoso relations, bo put tho best possible fact  upon the situation.  "1 do not know where Mr, Mnttoson  X" he would say when he felt called  f������on to say anything.   "I presume he  -'ent away on private business, but ho  said nothing to me about its nature.  As for tbe mills, of course it makes,  aot the slightest difference."  "Ob, of course."  Nevertheless the reply .became monotonous after some weeks, and at last  Rankine began $&*;ylng it occasionally  with a testy "Hefiayy be in Kamchatka fee-nil I'know."  Tbe "people shook tbelr heads, and  rnymor became gossip. Stripped of the  circumlocutory phrases proper In speak-  Injgr of a first citizen. Nepontlc was certain that tte chief proprietor of the  main industry of the town was Indulging in a "spree" of appalling dimensions.  For one, Mrs. Rankine was sure of it  because of her husband's persistent  reticence on the subject And because  she held Miss Talbot mainly responsible she found it hard to forgive that  young woman. Still, as they had been  in former years the closest friends and  were yet intimate, she felt it her duty  to call at Dr. Talbot's and acquaint  Diana with the rumors.  "Yes," said the young zoologist, looking out with sad eyes from a wan, unsmiling face, "I had heard the���������the stones,   uo you���������ao you Know r  "I know absolutely nothing about  ���������It.";   '.;    :':"   .  "What does Arthur think?"     ...  "What he thinks I can't say, because  I'm not a mind reader, and he doesn't  like to talk about it as you might suppose. He says he has not the slightest  idea where Mr. Matteson is, that all  his business affairs are in perfect order, and so on. And that is absolutely  all that I can get out of him. I really  think be knows nothing. He isn't worried as much as I should be, but, then,  men are queer."  A few days later Arthur Rankine,  called to St. Louis by business, dropped  Into a costly hotel, where he found  Matteson in good spirits, but eager for  news from home.  "I am glad you didn't tell me where  you were going," said Rankine, puffing  away at his cigar, with his feet comfortably resting on the table in Mat-  teson's room, "By the time 1 -rot your  letter the town was wild. By \be way,  one of the Boston papers has published  your picture, with a"���������  "Hang the papersl How about Diana?"  ���������wShe-s��������� got���������a���������grouch���������on,���������Things^  aren't going ber way. Tbe school committee ls keeping her out of the temples  of instruction with a club, and they're  right Children who go to work at  fourteen have more use for fractions  than zoology. Of course it's important  zoology is; but bang it all. if we tried  to learn one-tenth part of the important  tblngs"-  "Oh, shut upl  Quit preaching!"  "If she wants to teach kids comparative zoology," Rankine went on, unmoved, "she'll bave to open a private  school and lasso 'em into it, and Dr.  Talbot won't stand for that. May  went to talk you over wltb ber and  bave a good comfortable cry tbe other  day."  "Sbo bad beard?"  "Ob, surel Before tbat It's my private opinion, in which the wife of my  bosom/shares, that Di is lonely without  you."  "Well, Arthur, you're no end of a  good fellow to take all this trouble for  me. Whon you get back I wish you'd  tell Mrs. Rankine you bave beard that  I am ln New Orleans. You don't know  what I'm doing there, and that's no lie  either; you won't know. I don't know  yet myself. Tell ber it's very confidential and"���������  "No, no; tbat won't do. Bbe'd take  it too literally and keep mum. I'll tell  ber it's not to be gossiped about in general, as you doubtless bavo reasons for  privacy, but that I think perhaps it'B  her duty to toll Miss Talbot,'," '<  rc utfspiseu.  "She's atchully goin' t' hav^s the ol'  coot so's t' git them children o' his'n  'n* learn 'em bugs 'n' mice 'n' things."  said Uncle Nate Arkwright from the  armchair by the grocery stove. "I do'  know wut the world's comin' f these  days. In my time mos' an/1 girl 'd  Jump half out'n ber skin t'.git a man  like Bert Matteson. yit yere this Talb'ot  gal, sbe goes a-paiuverin' round tryln',  t' git hoi' o' other folks' childer f  teach 'em a lot o' follolls 'n* contraptions, 'n' even williu' t' take a roomatlc  el' cuss like John Hawkins throwed in  if she c'n git a few on 'em. I'm a good  min' t' git my ol' courtin' suit out'n  tbe attic 'n' go 'n' cut 'Im out myself!"  "Go in and win, Uncle Nate," said  Bub Saulsbury.  "If Ab bad gal lak dat Ab spank him,  mabbe two, free tarn a week, quaito  strong." said Antoine Le Caron, but no  one paid the slightest attention to his  disciplinary ideas.  "I wonder the ol' fool ain't got no  more sense 'imself," Lije Curry ventured at last.  "He ain't in no ways f blame," said  Uncle Nate emphatically. "She Aone  most o' the courtin' nerseir, tney ao  say, jes' t' ill hoi' p' them childer.  Wants t' learn 'em about bugs!" And  Uncle Nate spat comprehensively at  the box of sawdust. "'S for John Hawkins, he'd do wuss'n that t' git shet  o' them young onesv Can't do nothin'  with 'em���������John he can't Johnny's a  terror, he is. 'N ye know wut hi'ed  help is nowadays."  An answering murmur of cordial assent greeted this appealing statement  * .      * * a-.... ..���������*''���������������������������*.  "Nothing is too astonishing to be  true, I suppose," said Matteson, as he  paused on Dr. Talbot's front porch to  mop his forehead. The day was warm  and sunny and there was a sweet  Bmell of blossoming wild currants in  the air.  "How well you are looking, Mr. Matteson." said Diana Talbot. "Shall we  sit upon the porch? It's pleasant today." '  "Wben I see you���������yes, it's pleasant.  Tell me. is it true, as they say in the  village, that you're going to marry old  Hawkins for the sake of a ready made  zoology class?"  Sbe flushed.   "Mr. Hawkins is only  sixty-seven." sbe said, "and an estimable man.    I find that he sympathizes  -witb-iny���������views-on-many���������points.���������Hois surprisingly liberal In his way of  looking at things."  "Is he going to let you,teach?" .  "I  have no opportunity here,"  she  said,  with some hauteur, "and since  mother's death I hardly like to go to  another town and leave father alone.  But Mr. Hawkins has no objection to  my prosecuting original research."  "In the vast leisure remaining after  looking out for five small children and  two old men?" queried Matteson. "How  generous! You could liave more time  as my wife, if that's all."  "No." she said, "you would consent  to anything now, but you are flippant.  You do not sympathize with me deeply,  seriously, as he does.   You would ridicule and Interrupt my life work.   Perhaps it ls written that I am to remain  an investigator rather than a teacher.  | And ho is lonely and���������but I have uot  j yet decided,   I have not given him an  | answer."  |    "I hope," Matteson began, choosing  his words carefully, "that you will delay your decision as long as possiblo  i and try to seo If you have not duties  | of your own now, without assuming  I new ones tbat do not at present con-  ; corn you. You have your duty to your-  ' self.   This passion for self abnegation  | ls morbid and unwholesome.  You bavo  ', your duty to me.  You have a duty to  tbe generation that has roared and ed-  { ucai^jwu to remain In It and not bo  1 draTt^d^to a generation tbat bas bad  its'dnyv' You can ruin my life If you  "All right old boy; you know your ��������� will? You can ruin your own.  I shan't  own women folks best Say it's duty,  nnd it goes,"  A few days later Matteson received  In New Orleans tbe following letter:  Nepontlc, Mass,, May Id,  My Dear Mr. Mattoson-1 feel it my  duty to Inform you that rumors are afloat  In town which may sorlously interfere j  With your future usefulness and Influence i  for good. When we Inst met you promised  riot to speak to mo again until I sent for  you.   I wish to tee you now, for your  own sake. Your friend, j  DIANA TALBOT.     |  The young manufacturer reached Nepontlc looking "as Ot as a fiddle and as  Dno as silk," as Rankine put It "The  rest bus done bim n world of good," he  would add cheerfully in commenting  upon Matteson's appearance to villagers of standing. <  "Stayed away till be got good and <  ���������ver it, wus tne more cyuicui veruivt j  it ihe ion unpeople, ,  Gossip was less severe upon the great ,  men's foiling from grace-or, at least  less busy-becanse of a new sensation.  John It Hawkins was paying open j  court io "Oue Illinois girl" and seem- <  ������d quite In her .favor.  Mr. Hawkins \va* an eminently re- '  ipectnble cltlr.on of subsinntlnl means  md character.   The fact that be was  lometblng like seventy years old nnd  overburdened with the cure of fl������*,e  quite young grandchildren, left in bis  charge by his ouly uwn when dylu*;. ,  tnve his wooing, in the oyo* ot tbe  townspeople, a eoiulc rather than ft ro- '  mantle appearance. Still Hawkins was,  | like other desperate men, ��������� rival uot to  say much noykyfor i can't trust my-  self to speak; 'Tvcan only beg you not  to be in haste Inyour decision. Goodby, dearest���������I must call you that���������good-  by!"  And again be stood facing her, ready  to go.  As Matteson presently swung off  down tho path toward the gate Miss  Talbot was conscious of bitter disappointment that his cnll bad beon so  brief and, if tho truth must- bo told,  thnt this tlmo be bad nO^ftorod to  kiss hor. If ho bad swept librinto bis  big arms and crushed bor against his  chest, If ho had rallied kisses on her  face and poured endearing words into  her cars, resistance would bave been  simply out of tho question. Like many  another young man lu love, bo was en-  tlrolj' ton o'tm'mi--  Beside*", the Interview hnd tnken  place on the front porch of Dr. Talbot's  bouso, which was set on a hill and  could not be bid, It was most unfortunate  ".\r?*"!r," ������M Matt"S';:i as he hurst  Jnto the mill office a few minutes later,  "I fear another of my famous debauches |g due about now. This time  I'll tell you beforehand where I'm going, been uso you mny need to use tbe  information In n hurry. Lot's soe.  Whom'* a good placeV Not too far  nwny."  "Montreal?"  "Know too many people there. Ban-  gor-no; Maine won't do. Have to go  through Boston. Hy Goorgo, I'll dl*������.  ���������pjwar like magic in New York!   Tbe  great, bustling metropolis shall swallow  me as if"���������  "Know lots of people there too."  "Yes. but I can dodge'em."  "All right." said Rankine, noting the  number that Matteson gave him. "I'll  keep my eyes open. s Go, along now  and begin your drunk, you disgusting  object."  "Arthur, Where's Bert Matteson?"  demanded Mrs. Rankine. rushing upon  her husband like a whirlwind as he en-*  terod the house late in the afternoon  of the next day.  ;��������� ��������� '  "New York," answered shortly,  "unless he's started for Kalamazoo by  this time."  4iThe outrageous thing! Can't anything be done? She says she's going  to promise old Hawkins tomorrow to  marry him."  "Who says so?" asked Rankine indifferently.  "You-you brute!" sobbed the little  lady, bursting into tears.     ���������  "I'm afraid, dear," Arthur went on  after an interval of irrelevant discussion, "that I am something of a fatalist  about matters of, this sort. It's fated,  I suppose, that she is to do this fool  thing, and that's all there is about it  You mustn't blame Bertie for going off  that way either. She's thrown him  down, and thrown him down hard, and  it hurts, and he doesn't like to stay  around here. I wouldn't if you'd treated me in that way."  "I'm going to see her after dinner,"  she/announced in tones of decision.  "Won't be any use. Her duty is plain,  but she won't see it She ought to  marry him for his own sake and take  mm out of this cursed place; go around  the world or something. If she wants  to do something worth while for an,assortment of her fellow men wouldh^t  his ducats give her the biggest kind of  an opportunity?"  May Rankine mentally noted her busj  band's suggestion. Prolonged foreign  "travel and a chance to study the old  masters with a new master always appeal to women.  "But it's no use," Rankine added with  artful gloom. "She's as obstinate as tx  mule and won't be budged. You might  as well stay at,home and play chess."  "Chess!  Oh, you cold blooded"���������  "All right" said Arthur quickly. "I'll  take you round and drop into the mill  office for awhile to let you talk.   But I  4  V  "Arthxtr, wherc's Bert Matteson t"  tell you again it's no uso."  "I'll hit that prediction elthor way,"  ho reflected. "If I'm right I'm wise,  and If I'm wrong she's happy enough  to forgivo me."  e      ���������       e      e      e       e      e  It was somo months before the Mnt*-  tosons returned to Nepontlc. Tboy  wore married In magic Juno and wandered leisurely around the world, fortunately forgetting somo things tboy  bud learned and gotting a now perspective of familiar Ideas, Tbey came  back as merry as grigs and presently  moved Into the now house that bad  boon "closed In" during their absonco  and finished under tbelr dully Inspection ofter their return.  Tho first night under their own roof  Dlnnn was somewhat distraught Finally, with a deep sigh for profaco,  sbe addressed ber husband abruptly  out of a fit of musing; "Herbert, I have  novor spoken to you about thoso dreadful times when you left Nepontlc, but  1 fool that now in tbo now hopo that  we have, you know, I must speak. I  must nilr vou for tho snlro nf���������n*lr ynu  to bo careful to cunrd ngnlm-it nny Inherited tendencies that might blight  hls-its future, you know, Ob, do you  suppose they will bo transmitted to"���������  "Whnt kind of Inherited tendencies?"  rton*nw!oi1 Mnlto'-on. stiirthit- tin  "Oh. any kind," sho said' hastily}  "drinking, you know, or-or anything."  "Drinking? Never was drunk lu uiy  life.'"  "Ob, I'm so Rind! But they said  when you wont awny"���������  "J'kIkiw! K'm n pijuf (Ircarn, I never  wns drunk, rather never wns either;  so he tfiKl me. Don't believe grand-  father ever wns. Oh. the Imby ought  to start fair that *v.iy, mile-** you're  tippling on the sly your.-n-lf. But givat  Scott!    Do vou menu <������, toii m������ von  Li. .1 _;._.������.������.  married me to reform meV  "There was perhaps a little misapprehension," she replied demurely, "but  I suppose it's my duty now to makefile best o? it"  Prlnceaa Effect* Popular and the 01<f  Faahloned Polonaise Revived.  For evening wear there is a revival  of the'polonaise and the old princess  frocks. If well carried these styles  are charming, but a frock of this sort-  cannot be put up by an amateur.  One of the ideal fabrics for evening-  frocks is velours moussellne, which-  takes the loveliest lights and shades,.  In the new bronze green this velvet is-  exqulsite when trimmed with mechlln  lace. For a matron a gown of thUh  description is exceedingly handsome.  A flower dress which  suggests  a^  delicious scheme for a girl in ber first t  Beason is composed of the palest water'  green chiffon mounted on white satin''  of rose leaf consistency which falls in*  clinging folds around the figure.   The-  bodice is minutely tucked and gathered.   Over the upper part ot it is ������  bertha pointed back and front of latticework formed of pink tipped. daisies with golden centers.   The skirt i������'  gathered  and   tucked" to  correspond-  with the bodice, the same tangle of  daisies being repeated on the lower  portion of the skirt.  An equally charming dress is one or  pink chiffon gathered full around the*  waist in the style of the moment and*  adorned with graduated entre deux of  lace dotted at intervals with tiny  bunches of pink rosebuds, the pattern  picked out daintily in crystal dew-  drops.   At the bottom of the skirt is 8>  BLT7B MOtrSSELrt-ni FKOCK.  deep flounce of chiffon, widening at  the back and adorned witb little gathered ruches of chiffon edged witb lace;  Soft ribbon fashioned into roses-  forms a favorite trimming on smart*.  dance frocks arranged between festoons of tho ribbon.  Tho illustration shows a stunning  ball gown of sky bluo moussellne de  sole. Bands of white lace embroidered in rose motifs head the flounce-  on the skirt. The bodice is prettily  made of rows of laco and gathered-'  moussellne, with a pufllng about tbe  decolletnge, The sleeves aro shirred  into puffs, Tho glrdlo and sleeve knot* *  are of bluo peou de sole,  i JUDIO  OHOLLBT,:-  I.onbsali'1,Independence.  A Berlin hanker   onco asked Lou-* -  bach,  tho great portrait painter oj '���������  Munich, what ho would clmrgo   for  painting his portrait.  Lonbach mentioned     an   unusually    largo   Bum,  this bolng a trick   of hie whon disinclined   for   a   job to   avoid being,  obliged   to   glvo   a   direct   refusal.-  "But   suroly that    Is   too much?"  blurted   out   tlio   mllllonairo,      "%  bought a portrait which you painted5*  of Princo Bismarck for less than half  Hint price."    "That mny be,"   replied Lonbncb quietly.     "It was    w  pleasure for mo to portray him. But  suroly, without   offense, you do not  Imngino that it would  lie nn oqual  plonsuro to mo to paint you?"  I/>nbneh wn������ not IniproRHod by  rank, Ho refused an invitation of*  Cznr Alexander III. to go to St,  Petersburg and also a request to*  Journey to London to pnint (Veil!  Rhodes. "Lot him conic to Munich,**  ho said.  Ho n<*������Mt������<l Tuiii|iti������lln-|,  Wlllio���������"I mot our now miniater on-  toy way to fivuiiUn.v sciioui,   iiiiumim,  u-'.-l J;-.' .',.���������-!��������� <'d i,,f ii I nt. (.'.^(.w  mnrhlfs on Sunday."  Mother���������"IT'in! And what did yo������  say to thnt?"  Willie���������"I Sftlrl, ������Oot thee behind  me   Sntnn" nml iv.-V-r.*1 ri.-t.t  ,oi ������������������*������������������������������������������������  left him."-London TU-Bita.  V-u-fnl,  Friend of tho l'mnlly It wins to mo*  that oat Is ������n awful bother. Your wif������  spends half her thae fctilng it out tho-  dm A'.  Henpecked  IIiisbiitnl-Y-e*.  I've, jwt  lllitl   I'lll   illtlllltl   Ml   |l    COltU"*,   III    lljt'MUUU  a bole in the cellar ������bant um mmi tm it  tretn out. It UieiK my wife ho biny  opening the door Hint she- ilwsn't liav#  time to worry wbwut me.  Detroit Fie������  L *ivKvexttlmk&ijueL^l&'%$lS$328������l  Just about the meanest  thing a furnace can have  ia a dinky little door.  Ever have one? Hit thc edge  as often as the hole? One has  to be an expert stoker to shovel  coal into some furnaces. If  you're not an expert you'll get  as much on the floor as in the  furnace.  ��������� The Sunshine furnace is  equipped with a good, big door.  You can put your shovel in and drop the coal just where it is  wanted���������no trouble, no taking aim, no   missing*, no scattering, or  annoyance.  Everything about   the Sunshine   furnace   is on the same   scale  of thoughtfulness.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.    Write for booklet.  jp  LONDON, T0R0HT0,H0HTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, N. B.  C HI.    TABEELL,    SOLE AGENT.  ���������mothered In Rosea.  The Sybarites slept on bedB stuffed  with rose leaves; the tyrant Dionysius  had his couch filled with them; Verua  Would travel with a garl-ind on iiis  head and around his neck, and over hia  Utter be had a thin net, With rose  leaves intertwined: Antiochua luxuriated upon a bed of blooms even in winter days and nights, and when Cleo-  piiirii entertained Antony 6he bad roset  . -'bvering the floor to the depth, it is  wild, of an ell.  '   We are told that HeliogabalUR supplied bo many at one of bis banquets  -f ha l-se vera 1-of���������b is-guest H-\v.������re_su ffoi,  t-ated in the endeavor to extricate them-  Bclves from the abundance���������victims -of  a surfeit of sweet odors.  BRAINS AND BEVERAGES.  /   i-'amonn   Llterr.ry   Lights   Who   Rot.  eled   In   Coffee  and Tea../.'  Famous literary  men  have all  bad  their favorite beverages.  Tea ayd coffee, however, head the  list., nnd these two drinks, which tbe  fatuous William Cobbett denounced a?  "slops," have been the means of spurring many a drowsy Journali.sf to ro-  newed energy.  Voltaire, the kin-; of* wits'anil litterateurs, was u. confirmed coffee drinker.  In his old age he of ten took f !'ty eiips  a dny. which sadly hurt his digestion  and hastened bis death. Balzac never  drank anything else but eofiVe, nnd  during the early hours of* the morning,'  for he began at 12 o'clock midnight he  used to take copious 'drafts .of this  stimulating drink..  Sir .liiines Macintosh was so fond of  coffee that he used "to assert that the  powers of a man's mind would .generally be'found to be proportional to tho  quantity* of that stimulant which ho  drank. Oowper pays a tribute to tea in  the "Task" whenhe says "llie cup that  cheers, but not Inebriates." I*fe was  very fond Of the Chinese beverage.  But the king of tea drinkers was Samuel Johnson' Oil one occasion Sir Joshua lieyiiolds'reminded the great*-man  that he Iind drunk Hovei'i cups.of .tea,  whereupon Johnson retorted: "Sir. I  did nol count your glasses of wine.  Why tlieu should you uuinber rny cuds  'often''"  S310ICE  '/CUBAN   BLOSSOM"  A   UN1CK MAI*!-. CK'AK  ������  FROM   THE--  Cuban Ciger Factory  K.  , J- BOOTH, Proprietor,  NaNAIMO, B.C.  1! ll  COTRTENAY,  BC,  HREEDFR of Holstein Cattle, C  ��������� ter White Pigs,, ��������� Barred IMyiin  Rocks, &c.  Ches-  iriouth  IMPBOVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES,  Swift VVtnutn.  It is difficult to account for the -enormous velocity of some birds' flight  when (nigrating. Tlie northern blue  thropt goes at the rote of "i4(l miles an  hour, flying 4.K00 miles fronr Kgypt.to  Helgoland in a spring night of barely  nine hours. Virginian plover fly from  Labrador to north Brazil, IMWO miles,  without stopping, going nt the rate of  (SJIfl miles an hour and probably, more.  How can this speed be attained'* Tbo  birds resort ������o great heights, where tbe  resistance of the air is slight.  A Small Legal Tee.  The smallest fee ever taken by an  English counsel wns sixpence, that fee  naving on one occasion been taken by  the late Sir John HolkerV Barristers'  fees were ih olden times much less  than those now paid. An entry occurs  in the churchwardens' accounts of St.  Margaret's. Westminster, for 147(5,  showing* that a fee of 3s. 8d.. with  fourpeuce for bis dinner, was paid to  Robert Flypott, counsel, learned iii the  law, for his advice.  In Nare's "Glossary" a barrister's  fee was stated to be an angel, or 10  j���������shillings~l1hese-are-somaw.liat.diflleiie.ut���������  figures from the (500 guineas paid to  Sir Charles Uussell it number of years  ago at the Leeds assizes for less than  three hours' work,"or at the rate ot  over 3 guineas a minute.  Short Coal  Mining Course  HTHIS CONTAINS - niy. the 'info, unit tion  nroi-ssary to  qunlity puiaims  to  -jass  chn Min*i_For- a au'b' fexauiintitious,      I" .re-  It as  W'/ik  and   less  liaic than   ihe  NOTICE.  I 1 pp lo jifciir 'le ptllictla  on nnd afier Jnnuarv 1st, 1904, n.iy  business will be strictly cash, by so  floitf-.' I can {-ivc my Patrons better  (satisfaction.'  T. H. CAREY, Tailor.  INTERESTING __ '.INSTRUCTI7B  "GORRECT* ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly Maoazin'k Bkvoted to tub  USK OK   KNGUSH.  JosKruiNK lniiCK Bakkr, Editor.  Partial Contens for this "Month.  Cour&e'in Eii-jli-.ii fi-r the"Rt^iiiuer...-' Vj  Course iu Kugimli f<ir the Advanced������������������ Pupil,* ���������',  llmvio ium-n-st One'* Vocabulary,..;y.  The Ait <*t (J<iii\i:r-**aiii*n.  Slioiil'l aart Would;   H->w to XJae thtm.  Proii'uMU'atiouc (Cantury Dictionary).  Oort'vci. Ktit-hbh ut cue tioin������,  ~C met K ������������������li.'-h in the S.-h-iiil, ;  What i<> "Say und What. Nut to Say.  ('������������������uitiM m Luu*r-Writing and I'luictuution.  Alp-wb' oe-1 st ������f Ai)l������r������iVia'H'i������H.  Hu-iii������'Hh English foi* ih������ Ku'ine������a Man.  0-i������is������una Word:    How to Writ* Them.  iSiuitus in Eugli.**!) Liitratuie.  $ 1 a Year,   Send 10c for sample copy  t'UHKKCT MGLMT, Evanston, III.  '*    TENDERS. .V ':i  Ro Mortgage. Sttlo of Property  hereinafter mentioned ������  TENDERS will be reoeive-l by'the under-'  sigfit-fl   uy ,-t(i one o'c'ock p m ; Saturday,.  Fi bin-*i\ llthj   1905,   for  the  purchase of  the  West half of NorMi West* quarter of  ��������� Scatioi.   Ten,  a-id the  Wear  half   ot   tha  South Wi-Bt quarter of Section  Seventeen,  Ho'iiby Island.   Nanaimo District,  locally  known as "U.T. ���������Mitoh������llV'PJace|',:.     ,-   '  The uiuk-isigned does not bind himself to  accept any tender. *>,.��������� V  'j HE-ADVANTAGE  tbe public  h -in purchasing where tln-y  livi   s   hey i-ce tbe article and  are  not lis ppointed as when sindiiig  DKIIV  'quire*   Its*   w-jik  .* .iii'-jittti ������<.'ii.������'*'j.'.y-t *-'���������  have ii good kmij> i-**-**^*  P.* s  OU16-3.  Living tn a Outer.  There In no more Interest inp: or curious slffb't on thin ���������-���������ii'iii ihnn tho intorlor  of the extinct crater, A so Snn. nliout  thirty miles from the city of Kniiiii-  mot.o, In .hipnti. TIiIh peculiar locality  Ih Inhabited by 2U.U0U people, who live  and prosper within Its vertical wall sniv  feet liiKb. The ItihnhltiuitN rarely make  a Journey Into the outer world, but  form, as it were, a little nailou by  tbemselvee.  In <he Art Gallery.  "Ah," exclaimed .Mrs, O.ldcastle, who  was again ciijoying tbe splendors of  her new neighbors' art gallery, "a  Corot. I ace!"  "WhereY" asked her hostess, looking  doubtfully at the canvas which seemed  to claim tho other's attention. ���������   " .'  "There," answered Mrs. Oldcastle,  pointing with hor lorgnette.  "Well, now, 1 declare. I can't see a  ���������single crow anywhere around. You  dou't mean them little black spots In  the left ba*d corner, do youV eThom's  clouds!"- .  Subjects Taught in the  'Aritbmetic.g  Vlfiwurauo.ij., and Trigonometric Functions.  Gabon ftrlt-t with *iu. Coal Mines.-  .Vline Ventilation.,  Economic Oenlojj^ of Goal.  "Giiirl���������ahd~'Boeation-  ,K>Syei-tlug���������*lW*  Dpeiin-i,'*'. '  ShafU-, Siopes and ��������� Drifti".  Mc hoii- of Worluny dual Miues.  Mine Sui'vi-yi'ig'.   ,  Vliue Maohiuery.  =of-  im ri  *r  . THK.��������� INTERNATIONAL * "  '{:ORR.fc,M>ii'>;Di-:Ni;i;:  stliOOL  SUllANTON, 'PA.;  Wa'alimuker    and     Jc-w-^ier,  '   , ���������      ���������...i  -'   ��������� ,\  .-        11 -  i. i-i!*  EVERYTHING in bOLID GOLD  All puicba-e-j en-jraved   .-���������.-,-! r kc~i i f-C b a-f o e   C.N. WES rWOOD, Mortgagee.,  ' 22 Kng's Roail, Victoria, BC.  ilRT A, BIHiON, J.P.  NOTARY PUHLIC, CONVEYANCER,.  RKAL ESTATE INSURANCE AGENT,  COMMISSIONER SUPREME COURT BO  Ren's  received,  J,irms valued,  P.   STODDAUT,  Dka'smuui Avk., Cumberland.  MfWJiMWIAMTM  mt*z*t\*m>u<4\m  How QtreeXer Xi.em.tX to Rond.  Ry a Rlngulnr adnptntlon to the  cbnuftea of motion on IiIh mother's part  while aplnnlng Horace tlreeley when a  younKstor aciiulred tho unwonted quality of rending with the book In almost  any position, sldcwlse or upside down,  art readily ns In the itsinil fashion without nt tbat tlmo thinking it auythlug  unusual. '   AoMnR VoliU.  "nrooltB," snid lllvern, "tbnt'n the  ���������econd time I've heard you use thu  pbniHO 'ncblng void.' I wish yon would  tell mo bow a void can nche,"  "Well," mild Brooks, relK-tlng n moment, "not to apeak of a hollow tooth,  don't you sometimes have thc bead-  ue lio?"  Tlie  Limit  of  Chlvnlry,  There wns once n iiiiin who zenlotisly  (leclai'ed that wotiii.n has no right to  Invade the Held of wage earning men.  She should stay at home, whero sbe  belonged.  Finally hia four sisters, throe cousins  and two aunts, who wore without a  miiHcullno protector, gathered about  bim nud Inquired;  "Whose home*/  Yonrs?"  Whereat he perceived that theory  euds where fact begins.  INFORMATION    WANTED ������  As io the where.ibnuts of C R Distles  who left Vancouver about.io months ago  for Cumberl-ir*1. A^v particulars vc^ard-  ing same wil'" u-e ��������� >*f\tefullv vereivp-l by  his uncli*, Rudolph Distler, care of RS  Robertson, Ci-hilierland, UCi  !        WILUAMS BROS. '  Liverv Stable  ;      TKAMSi'KItS AND   DltAYMKN      '  '.    Singi.k and Double ric    ;  ��������� YCHi'  HlKK.     Ahh   OllDEltS     ;  !    PitMlf'TbY   Attended  to.   ;  ��������� Third St,, Cumberland,BC.  debts   collected,  l'eeds registered,  De (]���������, W-Hs, Mining P.ipi-r.s,  &c., drawn.  OFFICES,    CUMBERLAND, B.C  11 ioi  in.   IV.i-rt   Fr.oic.ld."  *mM*i*^^+**'**an.h������&m3MVTmm*^mMMwmvmm  For CANDIES  _N_QVKLTlEb,    l^lCTURES,  F  kames and  of frames  cleaning  D.  HU.MDEN  L cnibeiUirci'  onooo oi looooooooouor  o  Mil.  tins. ***���������*������������# p������*������*j- ������w  to^oin and tlio   ou to  There W������a Nn MtihIo.  "What Im tbe greatest lib thnt ovor  Impressed itself on your experleucHf  Kn/ipper?"  "Woll, by all oddn, tbe wort-it ono I  ever heard wn*- thut yonr quintet per-  pell,4UJ Uvd nl'Ahi whon tlmy otttnm  round to the \\o\wo nnd wntur. 'There's  Muulc In the Air.' ������������������  The Vnliu- of Selenve,  Bclonce te a liret rate piece of furnl-  tint ttii 3 !.*.',">''���������' ������;ij������������r <Mi)irTilw������r If lie  niVH conimon senni- on the ground tlnur,  but If a runn tinsii'i plenty of goml  common neimc the nmre Mdeuce Uo hn*  the woreu for the pittieut.  Tlto Oood nnd t1i������ Hnd,  One ought to bain net* tho good wltb  the bad and also the length of time a  man hue lived to form a true estimate  of his character, ['olybltia, tbo Uroolc  historian, baa an observation to tbe  name effect "Tliere Is no reason," my*  he, "why wo abould not sometimes  blame nnd BOiiietliiies commend tbo  mimo person, for, as none la always  right, neither Is It probable tbat be  Bhould be nlwaya wrong."  Whero AUnnlco Orn-rri,  Tbo Island of Jamaica produces nbout  ell the allspice that Is used, It Is knowt-  iilwuas plini'iito, or .Itinuilcn pepper. Tim  trw on which tlie berries grow Is evergreen, nml the 'lowers grow in denst*  cltisiei's. These develop Into smnll  i green aromatic berries, thc slwi of blnck  J/J.j���������!'!'.     lf eMrivod   lo rltien,  tliey  be-  '   cone pulpy nnd lone stiinu of their pun  goney.    l-"nr coninierchil purpONt's ihe\  bcfi'lcs are gathered when green, care* *  fully dried lu thc sun and nficnviird  piu-ked   In   lings  lioliliug   lt'0  to   IKc  Shanoe to Of oin a Clnb Thfttl  lake nml Save Money liirYou.  Everybody should Join tbo MuTnnlliitorar  elo Club ot A morion,. Thoro is nothing  naywhero. It flouts almost nothing toD  bonofttsUdlvoiiarowondordil, Itcnubl-ju yuu w  niirohnso books nnd period tools. muRlonml tnuilonl  InstrumontB at upooial out prlooii, ft soouros ro-  dunad ratoH nt mauy botoU. .It oniwori qnentlons  froo ot oharf-o. It ortors soholnrihlps anil valua-  bio oaBli priEoa to membora. It irnilntftlim oluii  rooms In mnny oltlosfor Itainembor*. In addition,  ovory momborrocmlvei) tlioolllolnl maaazlno ontl-  itlod*��������� Kv'ry AIonth"ainibIloat!onmaplnRiiliy  ItHolf,Inciudlna 0 plooea or high olam vooul nnd In-  'iitnimeiitnl niuiiloirull ilio> eaoh month without  nxtra obarBoi 72j>1hoo������ in oiio.VPnrlnun.VOU  OASTpBT M. OP XHB8B SUZtSFlTS FOR AL  MOST NOTIIlNfl. i  iho f u 11 yearly momVmriblp f oo I* Onn Dollar for  whioh you f-nt i"   '        - J ������������������"���������  fflien. in JiiiiiWaiic  STAY AT THE   : YEN HOME'.'  A.1XJD  ffl  1th-  yoil -rat all abovo, and yon wny  nny llmo ivIUiln thru  "*-  ,,_.,.^doioouaBotyi;ai������-floll... ���������.���������.....,._  uon'tioareto-ipeniT 11.00, nona 25 oonti for throo  montln mcmbcmlilp. Nobotf ~   '  thli ortor by. You will not  Miino mny tlmofloviw. fu  ^ontfroo of oUnr������������, bfit It >  notid lu your wiuon fr-r ri  IjoMlilp oiri>r will noon otmiiHo, wrlto ut onoo au  droiwlnffyonriPtturmirt onolAMiiK fl,<NLfor.(nll  All L'ONV. NTBN0K8   KOIl  Ol/KHTH.  Tuv, Piau th S.ai'i'biKD with  B ?r. Liquors and Cifjars  R. S, ROHRSTflON.'  I am  prepared   to  furnish Stylish Kigs  and do Teriming at  reasonable rates.  O D. KILPATRICK  o  0  o  0  o  .0*%  ���������J  CUAIHERLANI) Q  9 0 oooodooooooonooo  1 will Bpt your monoy bnn������/n  oviw. ^ullpnrtloutnriii will nm  1, b8t It yon nro \vino ynu wjl  Bond lu your ro'iueft fr-r rneiniiurBhfp with tlio  proporVnatonfio.Tlioiliolii.thi-BOWontliiinion-  iroiwuiff ymirii'ivur mm -.-iiiinmiiiH *>."������ . ��������������������������� .....  yonr'f riinmboriiblp or twontyllvo ouutu for throo  montlii to  No. lrtONl������MUi ttt.tN. Y. fill  --���������-���������, .1,   I.,     1 ..I,. 1 ���������   hi  -mj���������mwrsitm mammmMmMmm  M  ������W!ki  m   w^.   ,������tJT?'EiUNc;   _���������A, fill  2131 . tm zfAQ\* **������   -aUBNAj, Jm _  %i\ia^^  ���������'������������������* m  \,i,'.'.  ,,t���������    ���������.,,!    -*l-'ni������1.i!      |������uiH-nt������i   trees  "il  1  ft  ,1  Troth.  ttnhhy-%1 r trrnn'mii'e no oltl the ein't  gnt h tortth tn ti<r ti'-ati.  Tomiti.v - Aln'l uliolr Welt. mel������������i!f  ���������Hiev'1* In tier uuivmu di������wer. Hk������- i������j  Aiotx IHIie'H In -Mtoetltoofc' rW'������*������^*  mlllsi UvltrUtl  row lu many piiiUi of truplcnl Amer  leu. but nowhere do tbey thrive as In  -Iiiuuileii. Thc trees nre never planted  by mnn mid reeeh-e no ctilthiitlnn  worthy of tlie uiiino. The weite nri  dropped by the lilrds. nnd the ruins mu)  the tropical uuu do tUc rent. M'tpiui-  treen are ->iit down nnd bt'eonie wnlkiint  etlrlts ntid umbrella bundles. This spu-r-  is indie mild and Inniieent than mosi  otiier spices.  Now In I'n.JStli Voir  ���������.^-i I    ,..lih' lit fM.'-IV-C-t r iitoi lal Btltf  cl ���������-/lotiii.lull -...icaiii.'i.  '..V'.'li.'.'i i.'.(-0 ;i yr*i' (!<*rinding  U,' ';���������'CAi.'i.H,"ni Mo"'-an t'V'tai-j,)  ��������� in y,'nu;.i a 1 f:'^- <>*������  Vfi'i* to*   ' '���������'i', ftfc-OO. .,   ,  i-v '-i,,"uv,.Uc, Iioj. .'-'end for Dsok  r-. ��������������������������� *.  Till' C!jr,|"n"J'r:,������l" Tl(i M'M.I'    ,I>jUHM������������.  2Hi Lroi.wWi.)', H������W Y-JvK  LLuayw . ;itt������<���������'-w'ilj������ ���������i'U-i.i.*!*'*.!.*''*--��������� ������������������  To Cure a Cold in One Day  Take Laxative Bromo Qn^������������K& <%A  -.^Mnn^iK^toMte^igniontiii.      This signature,*-* *****  Cwot Orip  (nTwoDtyi.  oa every  box. 25c. THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday."  W..B. ANDERSON;    -      - -      M-Gi  Th������ columns of Thk Nbws are pppi to ab  who wish to ex*pr������8a oli������r������iu views o mater'* of public iuttreat.  While we do not hold ourselves re insi  ble for the utterances of correspondent!*., w<  eserve the r-gtit of . deuliaiug to insei  ommuuieations unnccessavily personal.  WEDNESDAY,  MAY 31\   190.  i:   ttpiiait & Wanaimo  I  Cumberland, v;  Hotel;     mm  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND   B. C.  Mrs, J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland he stwc  ; and stay at the Cumberland  !    Hotel,  First-Class "'Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hall  3un in Conn-ection with Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  How  I   Lost  Her.  She is a sweet, poetic dream, l  A lily on love's crystal stream,  But she  with alitor charms- divtqe.  Will ne'er, oh. ne'er, oh; ne'er be mint.  Because last tifebt unto this dear  I said, -tieneatfi; the chandelier,  "Last . springtime.when   the  blossome  white        ��������� ...  1 saw on vour black hair alight.  I thought they looked, upon my soul.  Like snowflakes on a load of coal."  Above the Market Price.  "I see where a fellow i$ going to pay  $500 for n poem."  "Wtuttr  "Yes. He cut it out of a paper in the  Congressional library, aud that la what  tbey fined him."  A Remarkable Sentence.  The Latin sentence, "Sator arepo tenet opera rotas," which Is, it must be  admitted, pretty bad Latin, is a curiosity nevertheless, it cau be freely trans  lated as "l cease from my work; the  sower will wear away bis wheels." its  tiue oddities are these:  it spells the same backward as for  ward.  The first letter of each word spells  the tirst word.     '^  The same may bfflaid of the second,  third, fourth arid fifth letters.  The last letters, read backward, spell  the Urst word, the next to the last thet  Becoud word, and so on throughout.  There are just as, many letters in  each word as tbere are words in tho  -sentence.  Waveriy Hotel   %)  First-Class Accommodation  .. ..at Reasonable Bates ...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  foi  foi  i.  sVs- "Oity of Nanaimo  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Naftrtivno, calling Vii North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay and Croftoi  when freight or passetigers offer.  Leaves ...Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m.,  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., foi  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nan ni mo Thursday, 7 a.m  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., fo  Victoria,   c-iUiny;  at Crofton,   Maph  Bay, Cowichan Bay and  North Saanich when freight or passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weathei  conditions permit.  VANCOUVER - NAlSt AIMO ROUTE  S. S      "JOAH."  Sails from Nanaimo\j. a.m. daily excep  Sundays. ���������*"  Sail- from Vancouver after'arrival of C  P.R. Train No. 1. daily except Sun   ���������.__daxSj_at^i p.m.  3Q10 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, now in  ���������nock and tested as to vitality. Wholesale and retail.  Thiousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   ..  Unioifi   :    Hotel  "'������������������'."' ���������        ������������������ ���������     ��������� *  S JL1v������ttBxj   C      3DJ5*-"VI3,    ,P*E'.o*Pxa.i*BTO*Bi  English 4 x BURTON always on tan ; also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhenspr, Bohemian, Sohlitz, &c. "OLD GREY BRARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mas  Davia, will be found First clas-in every respect.  RATES,      ..       ..       ..       ..       .,       .. '    $1 00 per day upwards.  liHODOBENDRONS,   ROSES,   GREENHOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Spring Planting  ���������FERTILIZERS--  EE   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  Green house" fiill of Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  ���������rail and examine stock.  EASTERN PRICES OR LESS.  M. J. HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B.O  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  APRIL   tilth,    1905.  VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  No. 2-Daily.  A.M  De. 9 00 Victoria..  ������������   9,28 Coldatre-yn  '��������� 10.������24...  " 11 00-,  V P M,  ��������������� 12 ������5..  Ar 12.53..  .K-'t-uiK'H  Duucau'a  Nn,'4-Sun- a  P.M.   De 8.t-  ������������ 3 "J;  ,  " 4.2*  ������������������ S.tit  P M.  ,'. "' 6 4.  ^Vlorroc^i   ros,  DREAD, Cakes and Pies delivered daily to any part of City.  s^zp&j&ci ?235**jjew*^  .Niinainio,...  W11I ugteu..... Ar. 0 5  Ev EMDE,  j  WELLI T������  No. l-l>������il  A.M  De.   8,00.. WullioRton  "8.20..  10 02   " 10,42..  ���������' 11.38  ,  X- TO VICTORIA.  N-i 3 -Huudu  a.m.  De, 3 0  ,.,Niiiiaimo....... *���������   3 1  Duienu'-i.'..';.'.. .. ."   5.0-  .    K.M.vnig'.i.,. .... "   5 3t������,  ,, 0Mlil-"t������iuu..... "   0."'2  ...VioWrift..  Ar 7.0..  Ar 12 06.,  V ���������.'���������'.   ���������';___    . j':^*.""'  Thcum-nd Mii'e 'and, Comn\0joP Tn:  kets *n s������*i|e, tjood ovet rail it$ ,'jtpi..ei  lines, liti^pd one-half^;per mile.  SpeclaUfiiins and sieaitvers/or Excur  sion^ and reduced r ilea for parties may  be arranged fin  on application to the  Traffic iVIitwiijer. .  The Company reserves the rtyht.tn  change without previous notice, sieamew  nailing daies and houra of sailing.  EKCursion Ticket* on Me from and to  all Snitic.m������,goocl forgoing journey Saturday nnd Sunday, * returning not later  than Mondav.  Uko. h, Courtney,  Trnflic ManuRer.  '���������',!.  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way curs of the Union Holliery  Company by any person -ir ]>er  guns���������oxcept train crow���������if striotly  prohibited. Employees nr*? subject to diBmitwtl fur allowing Ham-c  By order  ���������Fit .*. WW TV   LlTTI.E  Manager.  ���������"���������:''"    '   '   VpTlOK.  JJOTIt'K TH TTW1NWY ftlVRN thaUp  pllcat ion will be' V)4d������ to th������ lrfgulative  Aniftnlily of tlittPriiVliioo nf Bntnh Ool-  umbia at iti next mmi������n fur an Aot eitend*  tug tho time for the qommenooment of the  enmtruetion ot the Company'! Hoe of rail,  way aud for the expenditure thireon, of ten  per cont nf the amount of the capital end  rmlnolug the amount ol the capital and permitting tho Company to oumtruet tho rail-  way in motioni,  D*Ud tha 24th J Miliary, 1005.  BA11NAKD A ROGERS,  SuU-utota (or the Appltotota,  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIILST-^LAHS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS.  Campbells': BAKERY.  * ��������� .* 1 .. ' .*     . , ��������� ��������� ��������� *  A Fine Selection of CAKES  always  on hand.  FRESH'BREAD every day. '���������".���������'-."  Orders for SPECIAL CASES promptly attended to.  Cumberland.  Duismuir Avenue  \  UNION BREWING Co,  NANAIMO,    B.C.  The yearly return of ihe Bock Beer season is   of interest to the  brewer as well as llie public, and the  -UNI Ott-B0 &K���������B&E-R���������P8-R���������19 B 4-  HARNESS  \ 1 J   WILLARD is prepared to  1 ���������    fill any Orders for Fine or  Heavy  Hurneas, at short notioe.  WiLUKI) BLOCK,      Cumberland.  Manaimo Cigar factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST   ::   ON   ::   EARTH.  ������������������������ "    ~  Maunfactured by  P. GABLE & CO., NANAIMO, B.O.  C. H. TARBELL,  Will again show that special car* has b-ien taken in the manufacture of the superior  article.    The Union Brewing Co.'s Book has betn breweed lor a number of months  and stored in their famous cellars until it lias rewired the proper age, aud ia now  ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HOTELS.  a a n u* m se h m m m m & ^ *m m  ���������  El  n  POINTERS  IN REGARD TO THE  . '-WEST FMH  FUBimiiro on thc 8th and torn or eaoh mqnih  PoInScr No. 1- It is a purely Western Cntill-ni AfvicultnrHl Paper for Wmsteru  ' Cniuiciinii i-'a: meti* and .''ci-vknuii,    ,  Pointer No. 3-it i������ la'?,*; w ll in'iiitcd, \v-.!l edited, well illuKtrated,  retiwhle,  pr-prrt'i-dive Mid fi-urlesK,  Pointer No. 3���������������U i,.j fi nvo i,*.ik'tly cnrli in n-'viiupe, nud the piper Is prom;->tly  ���������iiseumli'-iv '1 tu. expiralum c rih cnjivi'Mi, i n'.en-i',i ..���������������������������vi.M,  Pointer No. -I���������*'*'te. Nor-V. ft I-Vinncr in t'i*.' on.y u,,viciiUii.���������l j.hjkt printed in  Ca'iirtn W'St of I/ike ^n-icii'-i'.  Pointer No. 5���������It lu������ move psii.l In ndvni>������e au'-ncrHmrs iu Manitoba nnd the N.W.T.  tlmunlloilHi't i-'i pup   scomliiiui,  Pointer No, tt���������I Im bu-Twstloni and information me worth many doltnis to each  suibiw.-ihi-r,  Pointer No. 7���������Morally it is above reproach.  it  I  I-  r  High Grade Stoves  ft  and all Kitchen Requirements  SPORTSMENS GOODS  & GENERAL HARDWARE  HOLY  TR1N1T YCHURCK  SERVICES.  Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 pm.  ���������first Sunday in the month, 11 am.,  Mommy service, 11 a.m.; Sunday,  School, 2.30 p.m.j Eveiiun1 service,  7 p.m.; Choir Practice every Friday  at 73������ P-m-  F, fi. Christmas I'astor.  From Now to December SI, 1905, for $1.00  ^  I  n  D  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������nBIIIRinK,l^^tM  incluill 'ii tim mnv'iilficentn-iorliil Niiim  Niiinliurnii'l ������lii������ IwlJiiia -1119.������ ii* ������.  Tiiof.-xii-i-.-r ynu KOii-l, tins livre miniiiwi't  you wlllraunu.   Sul'v. ill.o i;uw,  Sniupls cu|iy tent froo upon rcquait  AnnaKsa  THE NOR'-WEST FARMER, Limited,  P. O. Box 1310, WINNIPEG, MAN.  f:  CMtoland  ������������������t.f.r'f:f~'*>~:  M$& FOU HATCHING.  From Pure-blond Stock, Single Comb  White LeKborn Wyckolt strnin ��������� the  greatest ln>er* in America~-EKK������i $'������00  per 15. A few selected CockerelU for sale  ur'ice $i,;o eacli,*-Apply, John J, R.  Miller, Little River Poultrv Yards, Co  mnx.   Mail oukih Hiluiided to,  BROWN LEGHORN EGGS FOR  HATCHINC���������Priw-winncrs���������$5 per  hundred for incub itor������, 75CH. per selling ���������$ F DoasoN, Courtenay.  TRADB MARKS**  OIOIQNR,  00PVHI0HT8 *0  Anyone sonrtlnu a nkotoh r.nd doacrlptliin miur  qulohiy iwcurtitln, free, whotI... nn invontiaaTs  [irnbiilily piuontnblo, Commun<oatloiis striotly  ooiittaontlal, Oliiuni mnoncy ....'noaiiriiiiepit'^nw  In America.   Nvo imvo.u W������������liinKt������n onii-u.  Patontu tnbnn through Munn * <&��������� lOOQlvt  iwolul notioo in tin)  80IENTIFI0 aMERIOAN,  beamifully lllmrrntod. Innroit olmilnttoR of  any ������oloMHIn jourmt!, wcokly, tennnfllM ������ yowi  uooii on 1'ATiiNTri num froo. Adaraw  MUNM  A   OO.,  tlf-   '��������������� ���������' "���������   ���������'*    '  Obtainable In Packets alto in bulk.      Tho best valuo in tho market.  LOCAL AGKNTS-Ci'MnEnr-ANi), -  BZjmer COURTBNAY,    -  ��������� M^re Nu'irti ������fe PAHTBinnu.  . M������������BmJ, McPiirb A Bon.  THE HUDSONS BAY CO���������_  DISTRIBUTING AGBNTH, ' " "** VIOTOBIA7b.5T  A    GOOD    CUi;.L  ,M1'll������l'l-ll'*HA������m*i"/ ril'lI.MHI Im ilfoUl" rMtly  limtWi'. I������������'������iHM. I-: iiV UM������ III WK. *��������� till liu-.iu il <*  .*-ii,!y tcior.'H" 0 .lo������c������li;c*t tha mokt compUM M>t >������r.M  ���������111' ntcliiulu ih 4  nif1i������n T*lito1--i -Shotfluuc  we,, tlmwin. ,t tifn-wminutoi *ii,r������������.  I *nm!lMDTkV*.v>'-.i.n*)Ai''-i,l>. Illif I'l tin !<���������) ������l"-<.l-  f,ttiti,<*li<-(i* ,(������ii. vn.--i"!m,ii������t'i**li'������*iolihitwm.<r������  .Jiiii'iul||iuiii.li.t|ii;DlliMlil������,'.*it������t*-l.i l������4il)(*,������lltiK0  ,t tlptlly milniiinc I,  3TE.Vr.N8    r/iv.E,AR.Ma  in ������n|i! I��������� nil ���������i'-'Clfi/ |>ri''i An I litinlwnt. d'*'it*.  ,������k tliclll 1,11 ijiii* liii,i,0���������lii���������H ������n | <*    .-a. It.  li" * 1 *  n-li **|-li k< 1 ,**i!l-'1������ i������..t������  *,*in", I'm f������,l ������:,i������t   ��������� ..1. , ... * , .       . . .    :   ���������:  oiMi.trv  ���������������*Jm.-1  t*rM,ll*t   hM'l   H  !���������%.   *IWj   Ul   -.,-vV'il   UII4   ttlit*,--  i.iinKiilH.nL  ���������,-rn, llwlr l.-HUItot-IIMlH.  '.ffTLVENS i.UHs <v;:'COL ��������� \  p.o. n������K -*o������i f  ������1"|.������"   . .   rll* ���������������     ��������������� * 'li    "*' CHAPTER IV.  THROUGH the fast gathering  mist, through the smoke that's1  London's own, the two women,  leaning, behold a gay company  of gallants rounding the far corner, 200  tcet away, linked arms, swords a-touch-  Ing, heels a-clattering; one voice hlgfe  and young uplifted in a lilt like this���������  Lady Peggy had heard that voice before:  "In years to come when gallants sing  In praise of ladies fair,  All will allow, l pledge you square,  That brighter, eyes ne'er banished care  Than thos������ that bade us do and dare  When George the Third was King!  Let roof and rafter chimeand ring;  Let echo shout It bacK; we sing  The merry days, my lords and sirs,  When George the Third was King!"  And at the chorus a brave dozen  more of pairs of lusty lungs to take it  up and urge it on with flashing rapiers,  knocking points, in the flare of the  lights from the coffee house at hand,  and good twelve of plumed hats a-tosB-  ihg in the txir and catch again, and  laughter loud and long, then dying  down as that fresh sweet voice begins  its second verse, and just so the old  charwoman knocks hastily at the door,  calling in Lady Peggy's head and  Chockey's from the open.  ��������� "'Haskin' your ladyship's parding,"  says she, "but I thought it no more'n  my duty to acquaint your ladyship, as  can't see from this 'eight, that your  ladyship's brother. Lord Kennaston, 's  a-comin' 'ome and a-bringin' with 'im  'is comrades, among 'em Sir Percy de  Bohun, and mayhap 'er ladyship 'd  like best"���������now addressing Chockey,  as Lady Peggy paced the floor in a too  evident agitation���������"like best," continued the dame, "to 'ide 'erself, and, hif  bo, the noble gentlemen, hall of 'em, Pm  _thinkin!���������_beinL_summat���������raised-j-with.  wine, my 'umble bit of a place bis hat  'er ladyship's service for the night or  as long as 'er ladyship s^es fit, for I  am this minute sent for to go down  into the ' country immediate, where,  God help us all, my tenth daughter,  what's married to her second husband,  lies at death's door."'  And all the while the old charwoman is speaking between her bits of  broken teeth Peggy hears that other  voice uplifted, ringing, gay, glad, care  free, as it seems to her strained ears,  up and down the darkening little  street, tapping at the window panes,  tapping at her heart strings and  stretching them to such a tension of  nnger, outraged pride and wounded  affection as never lady suffered before.  She thanks the old woman and hastily dismisses her; then, facing about  from the window, whence she has been  able to descry the merry group making  a rush Into the coffee house, bor ladyship, seized by a sudden mad Impulse,  gays to her woman:  "Chock, take my purse, tumble as  fast as your ttvo legs can carry you  down, out, across to the wlgmaker'ts  we laughed nt when we camo ln, buy  me tlio yellow wig, Chock, that adorns  the front, and como not back without It  au you lovo me, Chock. Wheedle, coux,  promise moro'n there is here," sticking tho purso In tho astounded woman's hand, "but get me tho wig that la  the very double of dear Sir Itoblu's  own ������weot ptito."  She pushes Chockey out on thc landing with an impetus that lends bor  well on hor ornind, and then, Blunting  and buttoning tlio door, Lady Peg������y  geti liorsolf out of her furbelowi and  petticoats, her itnyt**, hor bodice, hor  collar, brooch, kerchief, pocket, hoop  and Imii'pins and Into ber brother's  ���������ult of grnye, tho now waistcoat and  cruvnt she's brought him for a gift;  ���������he tips tho coffeepot nnd wnHhes her  face nud pretty throat nnd hands ln tlio  brown liquid; sho plnlts hor long hnlr  and winds It closo nnd tight nbout her  hond; sho buckles on KonnnNton'H court  rapier; who foteliM his gray plumed  hut with Its pun to buckl������ from the  press; sho ogles hcrnolf In tho six Inch  mirror; slin nxvnggora, bwIii*?**, struts,  and, snys she, dipping her linger ln the  soot of tho old chimney aud marking  cv.t two VhcV. I -:V:.r.g Lvcw: ever hor  own sl'-Nflf-r nr\f>o,'  MAn I know not how to piny nt being  Str Itobln, Lndy IVgiry's choson sweetheart, boldly and with n loud volco;  know not how to swonr nnd prnnco nml  .������������������!..*���������   ���������   ... It, ������������������! ���������*   ' i-l t     11     .-   .  (,v������.  .������  ,.    .. j     ,..,..��������� .' ---ra    ���������>*������������>.������.   ....  your Lndy Dlnnn with tny Pretty Peggy!' thon novor did 1 dii/.i-n tinios for  ���������port don my twin's hri-whos nnd cont  nnd mnsijuorndo nt bring tlmt awoet  eronturo-n tniitil Tin! 1 hnvo It nil nt  linger*' omUV orlea Voxay. fumbling  lit hor dlMciirdod i-orkit, "Hero's tho  Very letter 1 writ for Sir Vnh'o f.i '.*|-v.  and pi'WH'iit to my lm-Uu-r. 'Twill  stand mo ln good sto.-ul tonkdit tlmt I  forgot to glvo If to him. If riin-'k-'y  but siit'coed in on|������illn������ tlio mnn out nf  bit wig, eml If the snllautrt come not  ere l can tif it to my head!"���������opening  the door impetuously almost to bump  against the returning Chockey's nose.  "Thou hast It! Oh, Chock! 'Tis I.'  Be not afraid. Come in; adjust it to  my poll���������so! Lose not a moment. Pick  up my petticoats. Leave not a scrap that  bespeaks a woman���������there! You're dropping a hairpin. Nofcr, up with you to the  loft!  And no matter>if rata nibble your  -*������������������".'  ���������    ' if '���������'���������������������������  toes, Chock, or mice come play bopeep  with your eyewinkers or spiders weave  across your mouth, an you stir, cry out,  move an inch to the creaking of  a  board, I'll leave you here your lone self  to shift as best you may!   Up, girl!"  touching the speechless Chockey with  the rapier tip urgingly.   "And 'tis Sir  Robin McTart that bids you!"  The obedient and trembling waiting  woman was not much sooner out of  sight in the loft than again the voice  echoed up to where Lady Peggy stood  In the grewsome ambush of the landing, well back in the darkest corner  behind a pile of boards and debris,  bricks and dust and what not else tumbled there from the chimney during  the last and many previous storms.  Nearer came the song, then the chorus, broken now with more of chat and  laughter; the footsteps sound upon the  street, the house door opens, slams, and  up they troop, stumbling in the blackness, but knowing well the way, it  seems; merry, jocund, up, up, with the  refrain of the song still lingering amid  their talk in snatches, until they gain  the top.  "Are we then indeed at your door,  Kennaston?" cries the first to reach,  as he feels at the latch.        "  , "  "Split me, Escombe, you're there if  you can go no farther. Egad, sirs!"  cries the young host, "an I never reach  to pinnacle of fame's ladder, at the  least do I lodge as high as I could get,  a roof that suits my empty purse."  "Nay, Kennaston." Peggy, in her  man's gear, trembles- at sound of that  tone, for 'tis Percy who speaks now,  whiles they all push pellmell into her  twin's chambers, strike lights, pull out  candles from cupboard, stir the fire.  "Nay, Kennaston," says this one,  "while De Bohun lives there's ever a  full purse, lad, t' exchange for thy  empty one, and well thou knowst it"  "Tut, tut," answers the young man  ���������f letters, adding as he glances about,  " 'pon my soul, gentlemen, my Hebe  has been outdoing herself. Saw we  "eveTWf6W"i5~fpiinroom stools"!acking'  dust, floor riffraff, walls their festoons,  hearth its ashes, coffeepot its rust and,  by my life, the kettle filled and steaming?"  A peal of mirth greets this nimble  sally as the host pulls from the table  drawer a pack of cards and bis guests  from their pockets a dozen bottles.  "Dead broke am I, my lords and gentlemen," says he, "but here's the whole  court and tho deuce," flinging tbe pack  ln the midst of his guests; "Play away  an ye've a shilling left amongst ye.  Let it bo commerce or hazard. I'll bold  the counters, fill the glasses ns long as  there's a drop to pour. Keep a lookout  for sharpers," laughing, "and thank  God Pve even a garret wherein to welcome men of vogue like yourselves,"  A burst of applause follows this,  plumed hats are tossed aside, wrist  frills upturned. His grace of Escombe  ls shuffling tho pack. Sir Percy stands  with his back to the Are, cont skirts  held from tho cheerful blaze he's mnde.  Stools aro drawn up. The host takes  his silk kerchief from his throat and  polishes the mugs. Chockey has her  eye glued to a chink ln the cover that  divides her loft from tho scene of revelry below, when a bold knock sounds  at the door, and tbe master with a  cheery "Come along!" throws wldo the  portal.  Tho flno gentleman who stands boforo him makes a profound bow, to  which ho responds with one not loss  magnificent.  "Allow me, Lord Kennaston oif Ken-  niiBton, since It is, I am persuaded, tho  "vlllou* me, Lord Kcnnaaton,"  brother of Lndy Peggy Burgoyne  whom I havo tho pleasure of address-  fn-������"-~nwl nt hor mono Sir Vorey lota  his brocaded skirts Hop und starts forward cng-.Tly "of p.Wro-jrqlrijr. to pro-  scut to you this note lu the handwriting of your lordship's adorable sistor,  tho which sho gnve mo, wltcrowltb to  present nnd commond me to your lord-  fchlp'i good offices while 1 au up In  town."'  . Another salaam given and returned,  while Kennaston with grace ushers his  new acquaintance in, sets him a stool,  all the while eye quick perusing Lady  Peggy's scrawl.  "Gentlemen," says their host, "allow  me to introduce to you, and, sir, these  gentlemen to you, Sir Robin McTart  of Robinswold, Kent, his grace of Escombe, Sir Percy de Bohurij the Hon.  Jack Chalmers, Sir Wyatt Lovell," etc.  The which ceremony being concluded  amid many bows and all due forms of  mutual delight, tbe newcomer was cordially invited to take a hand in the  game.  Now. as true 'twas that Lady Peggy  had never been ln a coach until the  morning to which this was evening, so  true was it that ber ladyship had not  a farthing to her pocket left, and, although a good gamester's daughter,  she hesitated, making pretense of hanging her hat and of settling to its proper0 place her rapier and pinching her  ruffies. ~Whife she did so, the rest chatting, Sir Percy crossed the room and  in a tone that wns hot heard save by  the one he addressed said to Kennaston:  "As I live, sir, now's my chance. I'll  pick a quarrel with this jackanapes  that's dared to oust me from Peggy's  heart. Aye, will I, the sooiier the better! Blood Ml spill, Kennaston, or ever  that puppet aud 1 are thirty minutes  older! Mark me. your sister shall know  and hear I'm willing to die for her  sake or to kill!"     ���������   ���������'       ������ "  Peggy meantime in this second got  her courage well screwed up, and, with  a laugh fitly disguising her voice, said  she, seating herself with her legs well  under the table���������for at this particular  juncture her ladyship, looking down,  had beheld with dismay the womanish  and forgotten fashion of her shoes:  "Gentlemen, your humble servant's  fresh from Will's, where,' *pon my life,  such an apt company of wits and beaux  encountered I as swept my pockets  clean and left me not tbe jingle of a  shilling wherewith to bless myself.  Your grace, my lords, sirs and gentlemen." quoth Peggy with a fine inclusive wave of her hand, "will, I'm sure,  thus excuse me from the game tonight." ���������,.*���������'  BE KIND TO THY FATHER-  Be kind to thy father, for when thou wert  young, V  Who loved thee more fondly than he;  He caught the first accents that fell from  tny tongue, V  And joined in thy Innocent glee.  Be'kind', to "thy fatner, for now he Is old,  His locks intermingled with grey,  His footsteps are feeole. once tearless'and  bold. ������'/  Thy fmner 1b passing away.  Be kind to thy mother, for lo!   on   her  brow,  May traces of sorrow be seen;  Oh, well may's thou cherish aud comfort  her now,  For loving und kind has she been.  Bimieber  thy  mother, for thee will    alxa  pray,  As loug as God giveth her breath,   .  With accents of klndnes*. then cheer her  lone way,  E'en to the dark valley of death.  Be k'.nd to thy brother, his heart will hfiva  dearth,  If the smile of thy love be withdrawn,  The flowers of feeling will fade at their  birth,  If the dew of affection be gone.  Be kind to thy brother, wherever you are  The love of a brother will be,  An ornument richer aud purer by far  Than pearls from the depth of the sea.  Be kfnd to thy sister, not many may know  Tihe depths of true sisterly love;  The wealth of the ocean,lies fathoms below.  The surface that sparkles above.  Thy kindness  shall  bring to thee    many  sweet* hours, .  And blessings thy pathway shall crown.  Affection shall wa-eath  thee a garland or  .*������������������, flowers,  Mora precious than wealth and renown,  Finnish Norels Do Not Tcaoh Revolt.  It is no argument for oppression  to say that the literature of Finland  has received impetus from the Czar's  iron hand. It^ is a common saying  among the Finns that only in their  religion and literature can they claim  to possess nationality. Political importance was given to their aspirations in 1901 by a prohibition which  the Russian Government placed upon  a Finnish professor who proposed to  give a lecture upon the subject before  an audience in .Ohristiania.  This arbitrary act increased public  interest in Finland and stimulated  the production of Finnish books, especially novels. There are half a dozen prominent novelists in Finland  to-day, two of them women, but1  they never dwell upon politics in  their writings and show no tendency  to teach revolution. Their ideals,  both political and social,    are    bor  rowed irom western rmrope.BO.neei*  tion, patience and hope are .tho  watchwords of the people and thein  leaders and spokesmen, and the Czar,  would be safer in Finland probably,  than in any other slice of his kingdom. '������������������������������������'���������..'        ��������� j  Climber's Struggl* for Life.  Bert Lantzke, a native of Perth, Australia, narrowly escaped being killed  while cliff-climbing In Alderney,-Ens-  land, recently.  He slipped on a precipitous cliff,.and  clinging to every shrub and tuft ot  grass on the steep incline, began to  slide to the bottom;  After a terrible struggle/he succeeded in reaching a small Jutting spur,  which hung midway between the sum-i  mit and the rocks a hundred feet below.   ,.    ���������  For five hours he clung to his frail  support, getting gradually weaker aa  time went on and no help appeared.   !  At last, when Lantzke was almost  fainting with weariness and exhaustion, a local doctor saw his signals,and,  hastening inland, organized a party of  islanders, who came with ropes to  his rescue. ���������> '   -  One of the party was at once lowered  down the precipice, and, tying a rop^  round Lantzke, the worn-out man,waa  hauled to the summit.  Vansxuelan Cevr Trea.  Venezuela has a ycgetable wonder  In the "cow tree." This tree *"iro������-*-  on rocks where no other th:iigthrlv-  ������s. ItB leaves are leathery and crisp,  but by making incisions in the trunk  a peculiar, gravish milk oozes out,  which is tolerably thick and of an  agreeable 'balmy smell.     . ,  The natives gather round theso  trees at sunrise and. bring large bo-*?���������>  with, them to receive the milk, for  toward noonday the heat of the sua  changes, the milk to sour, '.However,'  the milk will harden into a toothsome gum, much as ths familiar  breaking of the milkwced'u stalk by  our own schoolboys wil) ooze the  white juice of that weed, which the  air turns to gum. The gum of tho  cow tree acts as a good assuager of  thirst.  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Bile in the blood causes biliousness,  headache, jaundice, muddy complexion  and is the source of Innumerable pains  -8,11(1   <S.cll-BS  The lack of bile in the Intestines  brings on indigestion, constipation,  kidnoy derangements and a clogging  of the wholo digestive and excretory  systems! n     ���������  The liver separates bile from the  blood, where it is poison, and pours  it into the Intestines, where it is of  inestimable worth.  For this reason tho health of the  body is dependent on the health and  activity of the liver.  By making the liver active, when  it becomes torpid and sluggish, Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills insure a  healthful flow of bile into the intestines and the cure of all ailments arising from "bile poison," indigestion  and constipation.  Set the liver right by using Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills and you  will remove the cause of many pains  and aches, of many annoying symp  toms, of irritable temper and deprea*  ed spirits.  There is no liver regulator so certain of action, so quick to relieve, 80  lastingly beneficial.  Mrs. James Griffiths, Geneva Street  south, St. Cathrines, writes: "It give*  me great pleasure to speak ln com*  mendation of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills. For some years prior to thd  spring of 1900 I was afflicted with serious derangements of the digestive  functions and liver and kidney disorders. I tried many remedies without  the desired results, until I began the  use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  After taking a few boxes of this med*  cine I was again enjoying all my former health and vigor, and, In fact, feet  Ing better than for ten years. Other  members of our family have also received the best results from the use of  this medicine, and I shall aways consider myself under lasting obligation  to Dr, Chase for what it has done for  me and mine."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, 25  cents a box, at all dealers, or Edman-  son, Bates & Company, Toronto. The  portrait and signature of Dr. A. W.  Chase, the famous receipt book author,,  are on every box.  It is the Farmer's Friend.���������The  farmer will find in Dr.. Thomas' Elec-  tricjQiLa ppient_remed^ for. wounds|  or pains in the body or for affections  of the respiratory organs and for  household use. generally. , He will also  find it a convenient friend in treating  injured horses, cattle, etc., or relieving them when attacked by colds,  coughs or any kindred ailments # to  which they are subject.  Tommy���������He called me a name ageh,  so Ijist grabbed him round de neck  wid me left arm an' soaked him good  wld me right an'-��������� Mother���������Oh,  Tommy, Tommy! ..You mustn't fight  like that. It isn't right��������� Tommy���������  Aw, w't do you know about iti mom?  Hittln' in de clinches ain't barred.  STATE OP OHIO, CITY^OF TOLEDO ] B8  LUCAS COUNTY- , ) ������'~'  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior  partner in the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing  business in the City of Toledo, Ohio, County and  State aforesaid, and that said firm wil1 pay this  gSSi bf'ONE-riUNDRED-DOLCARS-foi-each-  and every case of Oatarrh that cannot be cured  by the use of Hall's ^arrhCur,^^  ���������  Sworn before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A, D.. 1886.  fseai) A. W.QLEASON: Notary Public.;  Hall's Catarrh Curo. is taken internally, and  acts directly on the blood and nucous surfacas  of the system.  Bend for lestimbnials free. _  0 ' F. J. CHENEY. & CO., Toledo, O.  BSold by all DruB*i8ts, ,15 cents. .       :     .  Take Hall's Family fills for constipation,  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  They were lingering in the hall.  "Just one kiss,! darling," he.pleaded,  "then I'll go." "For goodness sake  give it to him, Maud," exclaimed a  hoarse voice from the head of the  stairs, "or he'll stay to breakfast."  Piles Cured In 3 to 6 Nights-  One application gives relief. Di. Ajrn������w's  Ointment is a boon for Itching Piles, or Blind,  Bleeding .Piles. It relieves quickly and per*  manent y. In skin eruptions it stands without  a rival. Thousands of testimonials if yeu  want evidence.  35 cents.���������23  "I wish Willie Saphed would hurry  up his proposal." "But you are'nt going to accept him!" "I know it. I  want him to propose so I can get rid of  him."  To Starve Is a Fallacy ��������� Tho  dictum to stop eating because you have indigestion has long since beon ozplodod, - Dr. Von  Btnn's Pineiipplo Tablet's introduce a new era  in tho trentmont of stomach troubles, It has  been prov-jgiithat one mayjoatfhig fill of every'  thing and Anything ho rolfshes, and one tablet  taken after tlio raoul will aid tho stomach in  doing its work,  60 in a bos, 35 oent8,������2i  Miss Helen Gould recently entertained at luncheon at her residence a number of little girls from, a charitable institution. At the end of the luncheon  Miss Gould showed to tho children  some of the beautiful contents of her  home. She showed thorn books, carved  Italian furniture, tapeBtrles, and marbles. "Hfero," she said, < "Is a beautiful statue, a heart of Minerva." "Was  she raiyrled?" asked a little girl, -. "No,  my child," said Miss Gould, smiling.  "Sho was tho goddess of wisdom."  Mother Gravos' Worm Exterminator  has the largest sale of<uny similar preparation Bold in Canada. It always  gives satisfaction by restoring hoalth  to tho llttlo folks.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc,  For hard colds, bronchitis,  asthma, tod coughi of til  klndt, you cannot take anything better than Ayer'e  Cherry  Pectoral  Cherry Pectoral. Ask youi  own doctor if this ia not so.  He uses it* He understands  why it soothes and heals.  " 1 had aXarrlXm -*mth for, weeka. Than I  took Ayer'i. Cherry Pioiorat and only one  Kutf eompwej-* eura4 ma.*   .  Mm, J. W:v**foaT*, It. Joseph, Kleh.  ,i\M.  for  -. o. Aran on..  Infill   Wi!  Do Not Delay.���������When through debilitated digestive organs, poison finds  its way into the,blood, the prime consideration is to get the poison out as  rapidly and as thoroughly as possible.  Delay may mean disaster. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills will be found a most  valuable and effective medicine to assail the Intruder with, They never  fall., Thoy go at once to the seat of  the troublo and work a permanent  cure.  Mrs. Reginald de Kovon, at a dinner  in Washington, adverted to. cruelty.  "Women can be very cruel," she said.  '���������'Some of them can be very cunning;  too. Some of thorn can wound you so,  dexterously that.beforo you kndw you  haveVbeen, wounded, their escape is  made, "Once I saw a young woman  wound a slightly older one in that way.  bne greeted her with a radiant smile.'  She Inflicted her wound, and, whllo  her victim still thought, the wound a  compliment, sho walked away. This  Is what, in a very loud, clear volco,  Bho said: " 'Oh, Helen, dear, that perfect gown! I think it looks lovelier  every year.,"  A number of������proininent actors were  telling, stojies one evening at the Players' Club"to illustrate how, in time of  threatened panic'in the theatre, a little  presence of mind may save life. Mr.  Goodwin, the comedian, was reminded  of-one-he-had-heard-in-Ehglandv���������It-  appears that during a pantomime performance at a Liverpool play-house an  alarm of fire had been given and a terrible panic seemed imminent. But  Arthur Roberts, a well-known British  actor came to the rescue ln handsome  style; Advancing rapidly to'the footlights, he addressed the audience as  fonows:���������"Believe, me, ladles and gentlemen, there is no danger; If there  were do you think I would be here i'  T Takes Less Tea to the Cup when you  use  TEA  Because of its unusual purity and strength use only 3-4 the quantity  required of other kinds.    Results are better, too.  pound.   Card in each end counts as  -6.  Coupons now in every   3 Coupons. :   Write for Premium List.   Sent Free.   .  BLUE RIBBON, Department R, Winnipeg.  The Briton���������Well,'ugging is 'armless, haf ter all! The Yankee���������You're  wrong, friend���������huggln' is arm-ful.  The importation into Russia of  bombs under the label "oranges" is  analogous to the importation of cannon into the Transvaal under the guise  of "pianos."  Johnny Porkpack���������Pa, what ls Baconian literature? Papa Porkpack���������  Why, ray son, It ls quotations printed  by the papers on tho price of bacon.  4< OHIO casoijNe ENGINES"  Portable Engines for Threshing  and Stationary for Chopping and  Wood Sawing In stock at all timet  Can Ship at a day's notice.  Write us for Prices and Catalogue.  Burridge-Cooper Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Man  Henry Avenue, East.  ���������      /* ____  -  For instance, to-day it Is selling for 13 thai ".you are preparing to take your  cents. I am glad to see you so inter- old father's place in our great busl-  ested in these things my boy, It shows ness when I am gono.  Prevent Disorder.���������At tho first  symptoms of Internal disorder, Parma-  loo's Vegetable Pills should bo resorted to immediately. Two or threo of  these salutary pellets, taken before  going to bod, followed by doses of one  or two pills for two or threo nlghtB in  succession, will servo as a preventative  of attacks of dyspepsia nnd all the discomforts whioh follow in tho train of  that fell disorder. Tho means are simple whon the way is known.  Mlnard't Llnlmont Curst Dandruff.  Miss Wearyun���������Do you like slug-  inr? Mr. Horn-m���������YflB: I'm completely carried away with it. Miss Wearyun���������Then I will Hiug.  jCoughs,Colds  ���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������ii  tpu will hitten recovery by tak-  Ing ono of Ayer's Pills at bedtims.  HIT THI WORM.  __ . ��������� _ Intand planting anr ttaa*, traits,  tnnoVu raplanlrttd Ift* dtftoodi or troy  rial. -Tint orrfeti tat cholw of itook. Writ*  or our catalogue -j* apploa, crabs,, plnnjfl, imai!  ���������bru  Ml  urn  trow  Si. ornamantu! trjei, ate,, tb  inltoba MtfVtht T-mltorlei,  BUCHANAN'S KURSBRIE'8,  8T, CHARLES. MANITOBA.  Vfoah greixay illnlion, pot* or pan* with  fitiver'rt I������ry Soup a pnw������l������ir. It will re-  move tho gre-wo with tho groat-oat ease, 30  The Average Man Doesn't  Know The First Thing  about flour, but the woman who does the family baking-  she is the one who appreciates Royal Household  Flour���������made by the new eledrical process���������because  when she tries it with the simple "Royal Household"  recipes she finds it makes better, sweeter, whiter, lighted  Bread, Buns, Rolls, etc., and more crisp and delicious  Paftry than she ever made before, and she is not afraid  to say so.  South Range, Dlgby Co,, N. 8., November sand.  "I want to tell you that Royal Hoiwchold Flour jl  the heal i cvci un-ou iu nil iny it**-;, >-ua iin. uuty kiuu I ttUl  kivc as loag as I can gel U.f  (Signed.)  %,  MRS. AUtfC. rORTER,  *  To any woman tending in name and address to The OgiMc Flour Mills Co.,1  Liwikxl, MuuUcd, auJ ���������ucatioaaliig thb paper, these recipes \n!J be 3cnt FREE.  W   IN   U   No  PAGE FENCES Wear Best  THI PAQI Wiaa PBNOB OO. UMITBO. w*Uk������TUI^ Tmatt, an-n-Ml, ������. J.n* VlaalMt.   ������ ca*^^g������w>^*l���������������lB���������.'*^arJart>a^������^^^Nf���������  For a   BERUNEU   GRAMOPHONE  TAKES PLAGE  At The   CORNER  STORE  . JUNE 3rd.  $t 8P"IH.  Buy  White Swan  Soap This week.  Bring Your Tickets.  A  Significant!  Trade Mark, j  Great Clearing Out SALE  AT  WBINBOBB'S. V  TRADE  MARK  All our gcodswill.be sold*'at Manufacturers  prices, for we would rather leave goods with  you than move it, as the store will be closed at  the end of this month.  I  RIGGS & WHYTE  L.'$. BnfcersQn. Mot-  banged,   9Wd ������et   ������opy t������ *F  9 s.m. day ^ef0^!!!i^---------  The Editor will not be responsible for the  Hews, aeatimentB, or any errors of compoa!-  tion of letter correspondents.  "   ������     ' __������������������m.  Job Work Strictly C. O. D-  franeiont 4ds Cash i������ A4vwc*.  ..-, ISSUED EVERY WJ8DWBSDAY;  Subscription ..-...--Mooa.7e^%  TheAppointment of MrW- W. B,  Mcjnnes to the Governorshi p of the  Yukon gives general satiation.  The office is no sinecure and i������ be-  :jieL with W|^#^Hlties and .������-���������  sponsibUit^ but Mr Mclnnes ���������U,  ^e are sure, prove bimnelf able to  octie with every emergency. Ihe  appointment will create a vacancy  jn the legislature.  There wtre doubtless direct ioni in  which tha amendment* of the rain-  ing lftw of'the Province could have  been made with advantage.    On  but few of the change is there anything like general agreement among  those interested  in   the  industry,  while in some of them thu strongest  opposition has been expressed  by  pjenwhoBe opinion > entitled to  conaideration,    We consider that,  for the Btike of questionable improve  ment in the laws regulating mining,  it would be advantageous to leave  woll alone, as the outlook for the  mining industry in British Oolum.  bin is brighter than it ha* been for  pome time.  STATEMENT OF THE 24th OF  MAY EXHIBITION AND  CONCERT.  wood 50c; J Moore 50e; W Pott   50  B Moore 25c;   J Stuart 50c;   A H  Peacey $1; L Mounce $1;   J  Web  eter $1; J Stewart 25c; D Potter 25c  A friend 50c; C Br.drrick 25c;   T  Bennet 25c; J Gillespie 50c; H Fer  guson 50c; O Oleson 50c; C Siaus 50  J������s. Potter 50; S Shore $1;   A  Aitkin, 25c; J Maxwell   50c;   J Fiew  $1; J Bruce $2;   H Whyte 50c;   H  Walker 50c: Friend 25c; A Wnlker  50c; E Errirte 50c;   Jno ��������� 75c;  F  Delloh$l; P Stoddart pins; J B Mc  Lean $1; J Thompson 50c; J B Ben  -net-'|l^LJ������-^^  liams 50c; H Colombo 50c;,F Mon  aco oOii;. Friend 25c; C Halngno 50  Kriend 25u;'J Martin 25c; T Lnwis  $1; Joe Harbury 25c; T Roger?-. 50c;  J Chambers 50c; G Clinton $2; S  Davis Jl; Dr Gillespie 75c; (J H  Tarbell 50o;R Robertson 50c; D  Daiiiels 50'-; Hy Winninghaa: $1,  Total $4d.oo ���������*-.  Telegraphic     News  Indelibly branded o*������ the sole of  all "Leckie Boots''.   It stands  for .'*better footwear for the  same money''���������honest western  footwear, made bv  western people for western irade.   They are  all leather ami built for service  without sacrificing appearance.  Ask  your dealer for " Leokie  Boots," und look fot the above  tade mark on the sole.   :;   ::  MANUFACTURED BY  General Dri'ssnoods.  Bonis and Slves,  Gents Clo'hing,  Gents Furnishing***,  Youths & Boys Clothinjr;  Etc    Etc.   Etc,   Etc    E c.    Etc  Ladus and Misse" Siioes  Cravanet e for Men, Women and  Children.  Ln dies Cos t utiles  Ladies Skirt**  Ladies Waists, etc. etc.   etc.   etc  Don't miss this opportunity and regret it after, Remember our store  will be closed May 31st 1905  K.S.   WE1NHOBE.  VENDOME BLOCK CUMBERLAND B.C.  J. LECm Go,, Ltd,  VANCOUVER, B.C  ���������v.  BEER  No Better Lager Brewed In America.  The Oldest Established Brewery in British Columbia,  offices    Victoria g. Q.  NOTICE IS-HEREBY GIVEN that  tii'a undjmoted have made application for a Hotel License uudisr the  piovinu>ua* ot the Statutes ia that  behalf:���������   ^���������^~RENBW-JVIiSi  $84.3o  fft.oo  fl.oo  $4.oo  Rbvniwnmnnt Committkk.  Hoceipls from Collections    $18.75  ��������������� ���������������  ,        BftlOH  Total $lo3.o5  Paid out for Milk oto  ������������������   ������    ������������������ Stovo  "   ������    " Help  Total $18 oo  Net Proceeds $9������.o5.  C0N0I5RT   OOMMITTRE.  Receipts from Concert        $8<J.8o  Expenditure;^  }M)\ for hull  Printing  Ooeretta  Piano  Total $21 3o  Net proceeds of concert $U5.5o  Net receipts from all sources, $155.  55.  Paid out in exhibition pmo������, $28,  4o.  Bal Cash on hand, $127.15  $6.oo  $M.oo  $1.8o  $5.oo  Nanaimo, 30--Miners are   busy  today in removing their tools fi-o'm  undergeound in compliance with  a  not ice posted on pit head.   Busi ness  men of city today made an effort to  settle difficulty by  offering to pay  cost of transportation to and from  Protection island amounting to$700  per month Howard agreed to proposal but miners look upon offer with  distrust, i*eling that such a settle*  ment would only be temporary as  merchants are unable to subscrib so  large   an   amount   month   after  month for such purposes.  Tokio, 30���������Reports from Admiral  Togo at war t like as loliows���������May  27 Immediately upon receipt of  report thai Kojestveni-ky's squadron  was in sight our combined squadron  started for attack, weather fine, sea  heavy  Second Report; ��������� Combined t-quad-  ron attacked Russians sou beaut of  Tshima nnd defeated it, sinking at  leant 4 ships and inflicting heavy  damag" upon othorn. Damage to  our ships is insignificant. Our destroyer* and torpedo flo'illa made  an attack afte������ sunset.  Third R������pori*May 20-Main  force of our squadron continued  pursuit since May 27 th and attacked, un U.u 23th r.car Lien Court  ivouks, ll   equildlim   cu'Usiritiu.g   of  Nicholas, Ortd, Soniavm, Apraxin,  and Ijsummd, Izumrud fled, we  captured all the others. No damage  to our ships. VcbpoIb sunk May 27  lioridinn, Alexander third. Jomti*  chug and throe othvr ships. Rear  Admiral   Ncbogatoff   and    4,000  Samuel C. Dwis, Uunm H<>tt], Union;  ���������John H. Piket, Sprint; Inn Hotel, i>m.,x R<1  Duniel McDnnal, Courtuay Hott-1, Cuuruay  Situiu-l J. Oliffe, L*������rne H'������tel, ''oinort;  George (}, McDouald, Elk Hotel, (Joiunx,  Edgar W, WyliV; Burd������vood Hotel,' Hand 1.  B. C. Milla Timber & Tradiug Co., Rock  Bay Hntelj Rook B.������y.  John Huriipiirey, Wilson Hotel, Union Buy'!  ���������  j..      Trauj3Fkr.  FromThrttn'wiiW,'/,Fo*jt'Br   to   Andrew C.  Hummer, Riverside Hotel, Oourouby,  The Board of Licence OunnnisHioiuira will  meet to cousioer the ahr.ve application  on  Thursday, the   day 15ch of   Juue,   1905,  at the Court-house,   tiunuerlaud,   at   thu  , ho r ol 2 p.mi  .10HN THOMSON,  Uii.f Liotnoe Inspector,  Comox Licence District.  Cumberland, B.C.,  M*y23rd 1905.  Royal Bank of Carfada  Capital (paid up),..  ' Beserve Fund   Undivided Profits,..  "TrErKrEtrN'VT-PKKStDKN'i'-.   $8,000,00(0   .3,000,000       308,743   E,Jj.-_PEASE,JjXNKltAL,M4NAf}a,i   BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department :~Deposita of $1 and up-var 1������ rooeived ;   Interest a!-,  lowed at current rates, co.u'ponndeil twioo each year on 30.h Juno and 31st Deoemiier.  Drafts on all points hunxdxt aud sold. ���������   ,; . :        ^ . ;  A. W. HYNDMAN, Manager.  Ol'FICK HOURS   10 to 8;    Saturday 10 to 12; open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to <J pin  NOTICE  RE W AUD.  prifonc!' -"'iprurol,  Tokio, 29���������The numher of Run*  The ro11owing U a ill', of thoio  who donated to the dportft on May  24th:���������R Grant, 92; H Campbell,  ll i T II Carey $2; J Vrnwr $1; T  Bickle |lt   T Btnki fioe;   ������ liar-  ������ian v't-HHeln of iiild.txinpuonft sunk  ami captured hy Torob flpot now  utaiuUut 19. It in poiidh].) tha*,  three additional wirshipn were  ������unk In the fight on Riturdny,  In ihu uuu ter of tho "Muuioipali-  ies Tncorporiitiou Aot" and' iu the  ���������miutur ot tiie extension ot the 1 in-  its uf th������ v ny of Cumberland.  Publio 'Notice ih hereby   |<iven that  tho  Corporation ot   hn   Oity  of  Oumboilaud  hiuoniiiile fv.rui il ���������pplioation to the Liuu*  tenant Giwertior in Counoil for an extuusion  of tho limitu of the municipality so as to in-  olnde within said corporate limits tho foi*  lowini* propertyi���������that i������ to miy, Block 1,  Lot (1) and Blnok H Lots (1), (2), (8), nnd  (4) uouurding to the certified pliu of Klij.ih  Prloht, a Provinoiul Land Survnyor, and lm������  ing a Siili-DiviHiou of Purt of Lot 21,  Nol-  son District, Province of British  Columbia.  The said plan Ih duly  fllod  iu tho  Land  Registry Ollioe, ViotorU B.C,  Dated at Cumberland 11, C.   this  10th  day of May 100Q.  LAWltKNCE VV. NUNNS, City Clerk.  WK8LKY WILLARD, Mayor,  Wan tied  Young Men of Special  Ability  There i������ a demand, far tn excess of the  8U|)-)ly, for young men of special .ibility,  U is equally true that there is u supply,  far in cxcesH of the demnnd. of ycmiK  men ofavernj-o ability, He that belongs  to the latiar class can neyer hope to com  ii,..������������������vl .^l.^i<iCl������������������.���������^ V" 'h'in ."������ny -iriiinlfind'.'  Iiis f-mjilnycr \*\ inrlc\ir>ndent of his ser  vices; because hts place can bo liHed, nt  an hour's notice, from tbe army of average young men always looking (or work  On the oilier hand, for the young man  r*f ipr>nril ahilitv. and who can do one  thicg and do it well, many tino situation*  are open.  The business of the. 1. C, S, is to con-  vnri average young men into young men  of special ability. Through ouu uf our  many bourses, young men can obtain  MH-xiiti p#epar;iiu*)n fnr sur-tMi in thf>ir  clio'eirfyofeftsion. (}ood habits nre nc  i\u'\md iiiid money saved by ������p*>nrling  evenings at liunie; -tnd ihe increased value nf the Srhools' services is certain  to  A reward of Ouo hundred Dollar?,  (1100) will he, paid by the CJorpor-  ation "f the Oity. of Cumhferland  and n furthor pum of .*H*25 will he  paid hy Andrew Mills, for information lending lo the conviction of  the party or pnTtie*- who willfully  pet fire to tlie Vendome Hotel on  the morning of April, 21st  Hv Ordui.  L. W.Nunnb, 0. M. C.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied ut Lowest Market Prices  Vegetables  A Groat Variety will  always be  in stook i   also a supply of  Fresh Fish  will be on Halo every Wednesday  .-n   o������������������  Your patrnnngo is aordiiilly invitoil, and  all orders will bu promptly dolivored.  Fair  Trial  IS   JLILX-   "WTB   JLB&.  JUST a chance to show vou that  we al w nyn please our customer*!  by Hupplying them with the' BK8T  MEATS ut the lowest market  prices, A trial order will convince  you.  THE  CITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. McKAY, Proprietor,  Fletcher Ktos.,  J.McPhee&Son  VllOl'BlRTOUa.  A Guaranteed Curo for Piles,  Itching, Blind, Blooding or Protruding  Pilau. Druggists refund money it PA/,0  OINTMUNT fulls to euro any earn, no mat  ter of how loug standing, in 0 to 11 days,  t*ir������ir npplinn.-hinn ������lv������n tjine ami vest, fiOo.  If your dtUKgist hasn't it send AOo ia siani|i������  snd it will bu I or war dud poat'^uiii hy VmU  MediouioCo,, St, Louis, Mo,  , ���������������������������i 11 H iii������i      iiiiiw   Mi ii i-mw������������������ ��������� I wi        "IIH   iww^iii^i-wiwumlii-",  FOB BALE  Dealers in fligh-grade  PIANOS AND  ORGANS  Tins    a*lebrated   Okkhakd   Hki.itkmak,  M vnuklmsohn and Wiluamb nfano   From  $300 up.   TKKMH TO SUIT   X, a, UAT&,  Luutsl Atfoui,,  secure reco-iriition HniUdvHncement.  T, W. Martlndale, Agent,  VZCXQUIA 38. O,  A two inntnd, hght wag-on, Nonriy  new. Ouihionea ���������oats, Polo and  ���������haftf   A bargain.  Apply, Nf.wh OlTico  Try Our Kam-mw Thi������tl������ BMnd  Ceylon Toi\b at 85. 40 and COo p������?r  lb.  Noplrr<fe PartHdpe.  Calnimo, the l>e8t panitary wnll  finich, in a 1 uhade?, for mx\o hy 0.  H, Tarbell.  Juat received at 0. H. tarbi*ll's a  fine aPHoitiiient of new flies for  trout tl-hinK.  TO ODEE A OOLD IN ONE OAT.  T*l LAXATIVB MROMO QUININE Tub.  lets Ail druggists refund tlto money If it  ftils to ouro, K. W, Orovo'i signature it  oussohbox,   85o,  6 Uoue������ Hungarian Flour, *i'75  mick.  Napier & Partridge.  I  House Lining and   Wall Paper  at  Cheap John's.

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