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 \  1  r<  THIRTEENTH   YEAR  CUMBERLAND.   B. C. WEDNESDAY    JUNE    20   jqo(5  -arc  Particular People Phould   know   that   Groceries  sold   ���������  At The BIG STORE  are guaranteed to be the very hest fond  products  obtainable.  Our store is loaded down with good   things   to   eat,   most  everything to satisfy tbo inner man.  We have some convincing arguments io   the way   of   high  grade food Bluffs AT THE RIGHT PRICE,  Send US a trial order and you will agree wiih  hundreds of others that the BIG STORE Ls the bent place to  buy your  ���������'"'.���������/ --GROCERIES SUPPLIE  (; *���������  Wire News  .Evervbody wants uood  fruit andin this respect our  stock will he found complete during the coming  season.  Strawberries  now, coming in.  Crown and Masons Pruit Jars  in all sizes at lowest prices  SIMON LEISER & Co Ld  Cumberland BC.  =**w  Local and   Personal  Returning v.si tors bv Thursday's  lust boat, Mr*' J.phn William , Mrs  D Sew-ul, Mrs Collins a.d family  ftom Victoria.  Mr F (*;d Pick ird met with a pain*  fid accident la-t wijek at No 7 mine,  while working with a set' of chain  bloek-and- tackle. One of the  heavy blocks slipped as he wus  working, and fell on his toot, bad y  ciu������hing'h-* KoHrmil or toes. a<>d  plit'htlv iniuiving tho 3rd. Tne  injurt-d man was tnken to iho  Hospital, when' llie wortt member  was removed .Saturday.  Mr E. lSnide is making a 30  light ���������nce'.yleito plant to he shipped  to Cnilliwhack. Mr C Hummer,  formerly of Courtenay, gave the  order He is euga-wl in the butcher business there nnd with recently burned out, U now engaged iu  fining np a good shop, and prefers  Entdn's machines to ,ili oilicrs,  Word has been received of the  death in England of Mi \V C Musters, many years ago h resident of  Comox, Mo met with a si vein accident Home time since, whioh finally reml'.ed in death.  An aecideni, which is fnrtuoato  did not riMtilt more sctiotmly hup-  psned iib Mr and Mrs 0 II bY'chner  were driving from the IOOF deoor-  ������lion services on Sunday, Mr  Fechner wae driving a double team  in his buggy, and when just beyond  Mr England's place, one of tho  hnrcea got bin tail over the reins,  and started kicking and plunging,  Mrs Fechner, seeing that the vehicle  won in danger of being overturned,  jumped out, and falling injured  Uerteii t'evtsrvly i-ving-, Uu)������-������.J uU-ul  the face an well at the body.  Tbo pole, and other part* of the rig  were broken, and the horses got free  Mid ran nway. beint? afterward** re-  cove led near the Hallway. Mrs  Fechner wil) be kept to her bed for  some dayi.  A Japanese employed in NO 4  mine wa* injuud by a fall of coal  fl* turd ay, he wan removed to the  hospital.  The Cumberland Lodj-e No M  K of P will attend divine service  next Sunday al  Grace Methodist  Church.   A large turnout   is   ex -  pected  ���������A-sam ple-cnpy-of-Rod-a nd- Gu n-.  the Canadian sporting magazine  published in Woodstock Only is ac  knowiedged, the text deal--; entirely  with Canadian sport and --porting  resorts, illustrated throughout.  Price $l.oo yeuriy.  Mr and Mrs M . Manson left on  Friday for a 3 months' visit to the  Shei land Islands, Scotland, Mr Man  Biiii'i- home. Doubtless Auld Sootia  herself will be visited.  Wo'd has been received here that  Mr Napier has purchaeed the stock  of Iho F Partridge Co., and is now  sole owner of the business.  MrT. Hajjgart succeed" Mr Mc  Knight aH Master Mechanic of the  mines and will live with hia family  j up here  The Ladysmiih football lean-  have been making 'enquiries about  tho Intermediate Cup, which wn*-  lifted by the Cumberland team son**-'  yen re ago, and which has since beon  won by Ladysmith but which i:  Btill up here. No doubt if the lenm  were to correspond whh Mr T. H  C'irey, who was aeon-tary at the  timo of the Cumberland victory the  mutter may be arranged.  Passengers last   night���������Mr  and  Mrs Clinton, Mi s Short, Miss Han  conk, Mrs McKuight, Mrs  H.mie,  Hnn Judge Harrison, ���������* Peake, II  C Martin, J 1) Buchanan  Word hap been reooived of the {)<>-  *4������ motion by lire of the houpe and  effects of Mr A Pickle* on Penman  Island on Monday. Mr Picklr-p  wna away nt the time, and when  Mrs Jackie* discovered the roof on  flr**������ nhe at Hrfit tried to quench it,  failingthis, she ran to Mr I). Pickl"*-  about -J mile away, and returnim���������.  the two removed everything from  tho lower floor. Unfor'unately.  the articloH were piled to leeward of  the bouse, and about tho time every-  thlntr tvna remover) t-hn nllo onxxtyht  firo, and wn������ c-MiHrely c.ont*mnwl.  The losn will approximate $2000.  Bailystok. Russia, lSt.h���������In order to revenge the victims of the  mas-aces, Jewish revolutionists  hi-Uieti in roofs of houses have fired  the whole day long with revolvers  and rifle? at government buildings  and at the workmen and pea-'an?***.  Over 3QO Jews were ma*-3acred yesterday. Martial law haf- been proclaimed Massacre continues in a  frightful manner here.  Vancouver. 18th -John Tackum  an up coast desperado murdered an  unknown Indian on Reid I-latid.  yesterday at noon. Tackum shot  him with a rifle and then tck \o  the woods. Constable;Jones of Van  Anda ������tar'*'d today in a steam  launch for'the chase ��������� Details of  the imtrder are unknown.-.  Vancouver, 18th���������R.H. Richards  doctor'ot the sieamer Miovvera, 6hot  him. elf laei night in his surgery dying in-tantly. No cause is given  the .suicide.        ,  Nanaimo, 18th���������Sine Swanson  once more showed his superiority on  Saturday over Matsuda the Vancouver Jap wrestler by winning the  first and only fall iu 1 hour and  forty eight minutes. After the first  fall Matsuda was forced to quit owing to serious injury to an ear during fhe fir-), bout.    Mai sud a.- injur  SPINSTERS CONVENTION  A fair house greeted  the second  appearunce of Ihe Spinsters io Cum  berland Hall last Friday evening.  There was bcme   variation   to   the  harmless jokes on people and thing,*-'  from tin 8-* given on the first occa  aion,and the Mayor of   Nob   liill  will he pleased to learn that two of  his staunch retainers were honored  by the Spinsters.   A little hitch oc-  cu red in the working of  Piofeseor  Makeoy r'-  rejuvenating   machine  at the start, the machino evidently  being unable to make the wondrous  tran8.orination iu the short time 1 x-  pected of it.     However, the   strike  whs of short duration,  and  things  went ewitru* iiigiy afterwards.     A  fair sum wa>neited for tho Hospital. ���������'      ��������� "  "cdlTiFear wliile"training" in Van  couver, and on S iturday's battle  had so inated the injured ^member  ���������hat before the time had arrived for  the mi-n to tako their corners for  the second bou-.,' a lump as large n,;  a ben-egg had 'risen on the Jap'---  ear closing it up, lo go on the ma;,  in such a condition mis suicidal so  he t re ���������,��������� up the sponge,  Virttiria, 18th���������Today an anpli-  catinu'fora new trial was made on  belli).If of the 3 train robbers notv  serving sen tuncm al Kamloops. An  .appeal vvill he taken to- full court  at-the fall sitting.  VUoria, 18th-The C, P K. will  spend 50 or Gil thousand dollars  tint** year-filling in bridges on the  E & N Ry Thi* isencourngiug  and u'o,1 the whole country has '.In  ear 10 the ground wailing for announcement oi E & N extension.  S-mti!", 19'h���������Swiftwator Bill  Gates is ;he la^esti-ingle producer  in Tan.ma Di ' rict uf Alaska this  year. In wi'l come out with $1,000,  000 indu-t.  Vancouver, 19i.li��������� Provincial  constable Joix-*- arrived today with  JohnMe r.icl' 111. Tackum was  oauvjh' while .-sleep, Newull, the  vie: h. h.<- (i re pi-cttble young in*  dian agi'.l 2*1, X wall refut-oil io  (jrinit widi r*Kil*ti,n and ran to'  iviii'l- hi ii "t 80 y-t away, Tack*  umc'tiiie, in -1^0- wi li hi-a gun and  shoi Nuivaii tviioiliwl shortly after.  TWO LITTLE LIVES.  The death occurred on Saturday  night of ihe infant child of Mr and  Mrs Daniel Stewart. Tue little  thing had always been a delicate  child, but strong hopes had been  entertained of learing her. Lately  however she got worse and death  came to the sorrowing house on Sal  urday. The funeral look place on  Monday, the following young girls  acting as pa li hearers, Miss-s H. McDonald, K Stewart, A. Frame, E  Thomson, G. Watson and E, Fur-  bow.        -���������������������������~~���������-^~ --r-<-   ���������^  The Magnet Cash Store  r.>'mm*Z; w :*.  'f^'^Yj, At %-,  - ',;������--::^w\i^;>j*, .9*>;_\  : v-4,.-w "������������������>+"��������� Qit  Close Inspection  of our Wall Papers reveals rheir  great superiority. Our New Papers  are simply the perfection of excellence���������aho that our  1006 FisMig Tackle  is the 1 est.  ���������  m  DECOSATIOiV DAY.  CARD OF THANKS  Mr and Mrs D Stewart desire to  thank their friend* for kindness  phowij during their recent bereave-  ment, also for floral tributes sent.  8. H. Riggs drove ovor the road  on Monday from Nanaimo having  paid a bui-Hiea* visit lo Ynncouvt r.  Mr* Piket and Mr* Wthead returned hy the name route,  Mrs CStaa McDonald ami child  left l������������l Friday on s visit to Vaneou  ver,  Ttpt Ofinlnhw** -olemiiizod Sun-  uu) oy uet-oitiuMg tue giu-.es ol ue-  ceased iirn'hrwn. A 1 3D pro tho  meniherH ni HieliuLe marched in  reifiiliii, bearii'g wreaih*and hunch-  ������*t.t HtMi-p. from 'i.eir Hnll tt> thn  Coua Uoiine mm r, where they  took iiouveviu.ee lo the ceinotory,  from whenie, nfiei ihe nocea#nry  rile*, ihey wont on to Sandwick.  FOR SALE-Small Flock of  Buff Rock H<-on ami t'hiokeiid.  Bred In line forty yearn,  F. Vt. Clui-Uinas, Coroherland.  A shocking accident occurred on  Saturday  evening   at   Mr  Jo-eph  Slant, jr's. house.     Mrs Stant httil  placed hot water in the childrensf'  tub and turned to draw some cold  water to prepare their bath.     The  two little ones, who had been in tht  other room, at this point came   in  unobserved, and tilting the   tub   a  quantiy of the scolding water  wns  splashed over the youngc, a   beautiful Utile buy-of about 14 mouths.  Hiw screuus at once   apprised   his  mother, who stripped his night shirt  aud found him to he terribly scalded from enin to toes.     Medical ������s-  sistance wns nt once procured, and  all done to relieve *,he littlo fellow,  without avail, death coming   at   0  o'clock the next morning.   The mid-  denes of ihe affair has onmple'oly  'paralyzed the poor 1110.lvr who can  scarcely realize that her   pretly Utile boy, a favorite   with   all   who  knew bim, is now a lifeless corp.-o,  the victim of such a ahockinir and  unexpected accident.   The r re at est  symyathy is felt by all.   Tho funeral took place Mond *y,  ��������� ���������  ���������  L O. K  A meeting of Court Domino, No.  15518, was held on Monday evening  in th'1 K of P H.ill, and a number  of new members wer^ent-died. Tlie  following ollluers were ulnced:���������  C. it.    J. B.  Dennett  VO.lt.    C   SeagrHve  F.S     W. Wiilard  R S.    Rev. K\ ������. (Juristman  PUR.   0. TheihaM  Or.   T.K. Bh-d  TreaH.   A. McKinnon  1 , T     (���������    t   ���������  v.J|^,       \t      WUIIIII'  8.W.    A. Arun-troiig  J.NV.   F.Wai-Mm  H W.   A. M. Andtri-on  J-B.    B. Moore  Truaieen,   A   VcKinnon,  T.K   H.4t>  Fin. Com.,   LWXuimi  B, Moore  At the cloi-e of    he  cennmnief  I), 6. C. U  lWavm addr������s-ed   tho  T. E- BATEI  C-iurt expressing his satisfaction at  the number of new members and  urging all to exert themselves, to  create a larger membership. There  was no re.i8.>u why a stronf? Court  should not exist in Cumberland,  and it largely depended onthe mem  hers themselves, and (heir officers,  to bring this about. As in other  societies, smaller personal eQ mi ties  *?hpi*nil~bTplace91^.ne~s[tle| and no  ���������one rejeciel who was of good character and phvsically fit. The Dep-  uty'a remarks were warmly applauded, and after fixing nights of  mee ing for 3rd"-Monday' lu eaoh  month,f he Court closed.  ~������-o-  Sotlce of Dissolution  . NOTICE IS HEREBY (,:VEN ihat  the p.irtnership lierctofpr subsisting be-  uvcen km, the ������n'le4si--ried.is Hotel keepers, in the Cuy of Cumberland, has been  this day dissolved by mutu il consent, all  ���������debts owtng to the said partnership are  to be p.iid so Elizabeth Dwyer and all  cUiins against the said partnership are  tube presented toElii.ibcth Dwyer, by  whom the same will be bellied  Mated at Cumberland, this   fifth day  of June A I) rooC  TITO'-"- TAYLOH  KUZAI3KTH DWYBR  VVUn-?jwi���������Geo tiiDsoo  FOR SALE  The stock, fixtures and good will  of the Vendome Hotel, Cumberhnd.  Well furnished rooms, and a good  bar trade, which can be ihown to  Iho siitisfa lion of purchaser. A  large supply of liquors, etc, on hand  tioinl reasons for selling. Apply on  premises.  C.GANNKR  <H:<$ *$'���������?> 1 ���������"���������> ?t--Jj-*k  DOMINION DAY  Grand  Celebration  mmwwmaamewimmm  CUMBtJWUAND     B. C.  ���������July 2nd, 1906  FOi/HUCES  ua^ichai.i.  FOOTBALL  TUG OF WAR  PUTTINO SHOT  THROW INO HAMMBIt  DANrBAT NWHT  Wg Prizes Plenty of Fun  ProgrammM l*mtmr.  4^**K-w***W*W ******* Y*������  v,  -���������.*���������,  **$\H A  ���������.���������r. p. .^.i-cyr-^rratr^y  I"   ''  '-'Immtiim  THE -NEWS, ��������� CUMBBSLXnD, BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  HllHMIHIM?lllilWI)ii))llli))lll{  EBEN HOLDEN  By IRVING BACHELLER  1800.  (Continued from last week.)  "I nm'so glad to see yon," slio sum.  Well, sbe was charming and beauti-  ful. but ��������� different, and probably not  more different than was I. She waa  uo longer the laughing, simple mannered child of Faraway, whose heart  waa as one's hand before him in the  daylight. She had now a bit of tho  woman's reserve���������her prudence, her  skill in hiding tlie things of the heart.  I loved her more than ever, but somehow I felt it hopeless; that she had  grown out of my life. She was much  In request among the people of Hillsborough, and we went about a good  deal and had many callers. But we  had little time to ourselves. She seemed to avoid that and had much to say  of the grand young men who came te  call on her in the great city.  Anyhow it all hurt me to the soul  and even robbed me of my sleep. A  better lover than I would have made  an end of dallying and got at tho  truth, come what might. But I was of  the Furitans.and not of the cavaliers,  and my way was that which God had  marked for me, .albeit I must own no  man had ever a keener eye for a lovely  woman or more heart to please her. A  mighty pride had come to me, and I  had rather have thrown my heart to  vultures than seo It. an unwelcome offering. xVnd I.was quite out of courage  with Hope. She, I dare say," was as  much out of patience with me.  She returned in the late summer, and  I went back to my w*ork at college in a  hopeless fashion that gave way under  the whip of a strong will.  I made'myself as contented as possi-  ~bieT^I~inTe,i*r-aTl-the-in'etty~gh*ls���������and-  " .went about with some of them to the  entertainments of the college season.  At last came the long looked for day  of my graduation, the end of my student life.  The streets of the town were thronged, every student having the college  colors iu his coat lapel. The little company of graduates trembled with  fright as the people crowded into the  church, whispering and fanning themselves, in' eager anticipation. As the  former looked from the two side pews  whore they sat many familiar faces  greeted them���������tlio faces of fathers and  mothers aglow with the inner light of  pride mid,pleasure, tho faces of many  thoy loved come'to claim a share In the  glory of that day. 1 found my own, I  remember, but none of them gavo mo  such help as that of Uncle Eb. However 1 might fare, none would feel tlio  pride or disgrace of It moro keenly  thnn he, I Khali never forget how ho  turned his head to catch every word  when "I ascended tho platform.  As I wanned to my argument I could  eco him nudging the arm of David,  who sat beside lilm, us If to sny,  "There's the boy that came over the  hills with mo In a pack basket." Wheu  I "topped a moment-, groping for the  next word, lie lea nod forward, cm-  bracing his knee lirmly as If Intending  to draw oft' a boot. It wus all tho assistance ho could give me. "Wlieu the  exercises were over I found Tuck* Eb  by the front door of the church waiting  for me,  "Willie, ye dono noble 1" said ho.  "Mid my very best, Undo Eb," I replied.  "Liked It Brand. I did sartln."  "Glad you liked It, Uncle Eb."  "Showed grout lai'iilu', Who was the  man 'at glvo ont the pleturV-"  Ho meant tlio president who had conferred tlio degrees,  I spoke the iiaiiio,  "Docolvln1 looklu' mini, ain't ho?  Seen him often, but never took no pet*  tlek'lfir tiotlco of lilm before,"  "How deceiving'/" I Inquired,  "Talked so kind of j.laiu," be replied.  "I eould uiidoi'stiin' lilm ns easy at  though he'd boon swap-pin' bosses. But  when you got up, Bill, why, you jes' rl������  right up In thu nlr, an' there couldu't  no dum fool tell what you'waa tallcln'  ���������lout."  Wlierout 1 concluded Uuu Coca* kill*  humor wna ns deep na It waa Kliuiiy,  hut 1 Imvo never been quito Hiiro  whether the remark was a compliment  ora bit of mut Ire.  LOTHROP   PUBLISHING   COMPANY  Wlien Uncle ED and 1 took the tram  for New York that summer duy in  1S00, some fifteen years after wo came  down Paradise road with the dog and  wagon and pack basket, my head,  which in that far day came only to the  latitude of his trousor pocket, had now  mounted six inches above his owu.  That is all I can say here on that  branch of my subject. I was leaving  to seek my fortune in the big city.  Uncle Eb was off for a holiday and to  see Hope and brinjc* her home for a  short visit. I remember with what  sadness I looked back that morning at  mother. and father as they stood by  the gate slowly waving their handkerchiefs. Our home at last was emptied  of its young, and even as they looked  the shadow of old age must bave fallen  suddenly before them. I knew bow  they would go back into that lonely  room and how, while the clock went  on w*ith its ticking, Elizabeth would  sit down and cover hor face for a moment, while David would make haste  to take up his chores.  We sat in silence a long time after  the train was off, a mighty sadness  holding our tongues. Uncle Eb, who  had never ridden a long jeurney on tne  cars before, had put on his grand suit  fof broadcloth. The day was hot and  dusty, and before wre had gone far- he  was sadly soiled. But a suit never  gave him any worry once it was on.  He sat calmly, holding his knee in his  hands and looking out of the open window, a squint in his eyes that stood  for some high degree of interest iu the  scenery.  "What do you think of this country?"  I inquired,  ������������������iiooks���������p.urt5iJ"air,-X-Si^^  chapter XVIII.  TJITK folks of Fnritway hnvo  I been carefully If riiiiely pie-  tmvil, but the look of tny  tiuii person sitico I grew to  the if.'ititre nf miinli.Hwl I have left  wholly to llie ltiisiglmitinii uf the read-  ir. I will '" ;;���������'!��������� Iv ' ���������"������������������v !"v "'net*  what tiiiiiiiier of man 1 was uml haa  measured me to the fraction of ait  im-lt ninl knows even tln������ color of my  hnlr nml cyea from having been ao  lung in my company. If not-well, I  ���������.I...;; Uvc to va'U lU:i a letter. ,   ,  brushed his face with his handkerchief  aud coughed to clear his throat, of the  dust, "but "tain't quite so pleasant to  the taste as some other parts o' the  country. I ruther liked the flavor of  St. Lawrence ail through, but Jefferson  is a leetle gritty."  He put down the window as he  spoke.  "A leetle tobaccer '11 improve it  some," he added as his hand went  dowu for the old silver box. "Tlie way  these cars dew rip along'. Consumed  if it ain't llyin'l Kind o' makes me  feel like'a bird."  The railroad was thon not the familiar thing it is now in the narth country. The bull in tlto Holds had not yet  come to an understanding of its rights  nnd was frequently templed into argument with a locomotive. Bill Fountain,  who camo out of a back township, ono  dny bad even tied his faithful bound  to tho rear platform.  Our train camo to a long stop for  wood nnd water near midday, nnd  then wo opened tho lunch basket that  mother had given us,  "Neighbor," said a solemn faced  mnn who sat In front of us, "do you  think the cars arc ag'in the Bible? D'  ymi think a Christian ortor rklo on  'em?"  "Sartln," snid Uncle Eb. "Loss the  constable's after lilm���������then I think In.  ortor be on a balky boss."  "Wife nn' I lies talked It over a good  deal," said the mnn, "Some says it's  ag'In. the Bible. The m'lilster- 'nt  preaches over 'n our neighborhood  Kays if Und had wanted men t' (ly he'd  gi'n 'oiii wings,"  "K'poso If he'il ever wanted 'm t'  skate he'd hed 'em horn with skate*  on?" mild Uncle Eb,  "luiiuio," snid (lie nuiil, "It behooves  us all to be cnrefiil. Tho Illblo snys,  'Go not after new things.' "  "My friend," suid Uncle Eh between  bites of a doughnut, "I don' caro whnt  I rldo In so long nw 'titln't a liearso, 1  wnnt Bumthin' 'nt's comfortable an'  purty uilildllii' spry. It'll do us good  up hero t' git jerked a fow hundred  inllos an' buck ev'ry lectio whllo, Keep  our j'htts limber. We'll live longer fer  It, nn' tliet'll plenne God sure, CUJ8 I  don't think he's hanl-erin' for our socio-  ty, not a bit. I >ou' mako no dlfToronco f  I.'.l.'i *.'.'!,''.'.!;  '.'   '-    V !    ">* :\ "v'"*"- "if-  IV',  <M* ol\   the fit"  "i lfM-,|?'q we't'O right  tilde up nn' iiiiiviif, We need moro  steam. We're tun slow. Kind o' think  a lectio moro steam In our rcliiflon  wouldn't hurt us a bit. It's purty fur  i  i ���������   i ,i  We g >t to Albany iu the evening Just  111 time for the n'-ght boat. Undo Eb  was u sight in hu dusty broadcloth  When we got oil' the enra, 1111,1 I kllOW  my appi-waiiee c-������u:.i not hnvo been  f,|,np,m,*T'������<iiiir, nine we wore nbinrd  the lutJit iind hel duMfil uiir tiiitlit'S  .'"id 1, i "-.-il mm:" '-uii ;if;il filers WO  A (Te in betlri' -p'.i'ji J,  "U'Misani it." Ma'd I'm do Eb ns wo  left the wu>!) fonts, "te s havtt A dUUl  good Mipju'i-.   I'll m.Iu' treat."  "('<*.���������������<-������ a !r.-tt������ Ht L'f'!." ho ���������������**.'������! a*  **.������ ������,ni,i ftir. m;|   ���������b-it 1 dun' e.-ire If It  -does? sFore we left I says V myseirt  -Uncle Eb,' says I, 'you go right tn ���������"-������  a good time an' don' ye count the pennies. Everybody's a right t' be reckless once in seventy-live year.' "  We went to our stateroom a little  after 9. I remember the berths had  not been made up, and, removing our  boats audco.ats, we lay down upon the  bare mattresses. Even'then I had a  lurking fear that we might be violating  some rule of steamboat etiquette.  When 1 went to New York before I  had dozed all night .in the big cabin.  A dim light eame through the shuttered door that opened upon tlio dining  saloon, where the rattle of dishes for a  time put away the possibility of sleep.  "I'll be awful g!::d t' see Hope," said  Uncle Eh as he lay gaping.  "Guess I'll be happier to see her than  she will ti) see me," I said.  "What put that in yer head?" Uncle  Eb inquired.  " 'Eraid we've got pretty far apart,"  said I.  "Shame on ye, Bill," said the old gentleman. "If thet's so, ye ain't done  right. Iledn't orter let a girl like thet  git away from ye���������tb' ain't another  like her in this world."  "I know it," I said, "but I can't help  It.   Somebody's cut me out, Uncle Eb."  " 'Tain't so," said  be emphatically.  "Ye want t' prance right up t' her."  "I'm not afraid of any woman," I  said, with a great air of bravery, "but  if she don't care for me I ought hot to  throw myself at her."  "Jerusalem!" said Uncle Eb, rising  up suddenly. "What hev I gone an'  done?"  He jumped out of his berth quickly,  and in the dim light I could see him  reaching for several big sheets of paper adhering to the, back of his shirt  and trousers. 1 went quickly to his  assistance and began stripping off the  broad sheets which, covered with some  strongly adhesive substance, bad laid  a firm hold -upon him. I rang the bell  and ordered a light.  "Consarn it all! What be tbey���������plasters?" said Uncle Eb, quite out of patience.  "Pieces of brown paper, covered  with���������West India molasses, I should  think," said I.  "West Injy molasses!" he exclaimed.  "By mighty! That makes me hotter'n  aj^ucake. What'sitem the bed fer?'  "To catch fiies?'"l answered" ���������"���������  "An' ketehed mo," said Uncle Eb aa  he flung the sheet he was examining  into a corner. "My extry good suit  too!" >  Ho took off his trousers. Then, hold  ing them up to tlie light*.  "They're spilt," said lie mournfully.  "Hed 'em fer niore'n ten year too."  "That's long enough," 1 suggested.  "Got kind o' 'tadicd f 'em," ho said,  looking down at them and rubbing his  chin thoughtfully. Then we had a good  laugh. .  "You can put on the other suit," I  suggested, "and when we get to the  city we'll have theso fixed."  "Leetle sorry, though," said he, "cuz  that other suit don' look reel grand.  This hero one has been purty���������purty  scrumptious in its day, if I do say it,"  "You look good enough in anything  that's respectable," I said.  "Kind o' wanted t' look a lectio ex-  try good, ns ye might sny," said Uilclo  Eb, groping In his big carpet hag.  "Hope, she's terrible proud, an* If they  should hev a leelie llddlln' nn' dancln'  some night we'd want t' be as stylish  as nny on 'em. B'llevo I'll go an' git  mo a spang, bran' new suit anyway  'foro wo go up t' Fuller's."  As we neared the city,wo both began  feeling a hit doubtful ns to whether  wo wero quite ready for tho ordeal.  "I thought so," I snid. "Thoso I'm  wearing aren't qnlto stylish enough,  I'm afraid."  "Thoy'ro hnn'somo," snid Uncle Eb,  looking up over his spootnolos, "but  mobbo thoy ain't Just ns splendid an  they'd ortor bo. How much monoy did  David glvo yo?"  "Ono hundred and fifty dollars," 1  ���������aid, thinking It a vory grand sum indeed.  "'Tain't enough," said Undo Eb,  looking up at mo again. "Leastways  uot If yo'ro goin' t' hev a new suit. 1  want yo t' bo spick an* span."  Uo picked up his trousers then and  took out his fat leather wallet.  "Lock tlio door!" ho whispered.  ���������Top goes tho weasel!" bo exclaimed  good ii a tu redly,  and then ho began  counting tlio bills,  "I'm not going to take any moro of  your money, Undo Eb," I Raid,  "Tut, tut!" said bo. "Don't yo try t'  Inti-rtVi'i. Whnt tp vo 1blnk thr-v'll  chnt-go In the city fer a tool splendid  milt?"  Ho stopped and looked up at me,  "Probably ua much ua 150," I answered.  "WI'i.m'.m-.iv"* he whistled. ���������'1'nrtv  steep, It In Hiil'tln!"  "Let mo go nn I am," said I. "Tlmo  enough to havo a uow suit when I'vo  ���������tiirued ii."  (To be ConliniH'-l )  JEWISH COLONY FOR CANADA.  Settlftrnent Will Be Formed With Fifty Families as a Nucleus���������Southern Alberta Chosen.  Winnipeg.���������A ather unique communal colony is to be formed shortly  in the west by Jewish farmers. A  number of those who will start the  colony are looking for a suitable district in which to settle. They have  at present a location in Southern Alberta in view and will probably settle  there. The colony will comm'ence  with fifty farmers with their families,  practically all of whom are from England; the great majority of them having had experience as. farmers. Most  of them went to South Africa llrst,  but found that neither the climate,  nor the conditions under which farming is pursued there, with the enormous ranches, was suitable for a  communal colony and they went back  to England, Their eyes were turned  to Canada then and a number ot* them  came to Winnipeg to make a tour of  investigation. They'have been favorably impressed and the colony will be  planted in the Dominion, the. only  question now being- the location.  it is 'expected that the first fifty  families will only be the nucleus of a  large Jewish settlement to form one  or two townships. Those - starting  the colony are nearly all well-to-do  and will make good settlers.  The Greatest Ever.  Minneapolis, Minn.���������f'This is the  greatest year for immigration from the  United States that Western Canada  has ever known," said Theodore M.  Knappen, secretary of the Western  Canadian Immigration Association  which has its headquarters here. "Tlie  railways are taxed to the limit of their  capacity, to handle* tlio people who _ are  moving into Canada and tho freight  cars containing their stock and household goods. Several hundred cars of  settlers' effects now. held up at North  Portal, Sask., on the Soo line, awaiting inspection by the Canadian ciis-  toms. Last year 45,000 migrated to  Western-Canada. This year the number will be at least G0,000. So great  is the, eagerness to get to the front in  Western Canada that trains have .actually left Minneapolis filled l5to overflowing and leaving scores of disappointed homeseekers standing on the  .platform of the station to wait for  platform of tlie station to wait for  (tho next train.  To some this rush may seem remarkable, but to those who know that as a  jnattex-of-fact   Western Canada   has  the last considerable body orch'eap or  homestead : lands left in the humid  belt of America, the movement is not  at all surprising. The course of empire is taking its way Northwestward.  J. J. Hill sees the signs of tho times  and is planning some thousands^ of  miles of Great Northern lines in Western Canada.  KING'S  ETCHINGS.  Large   Number  of Whistlers  Among  the Collection.  London.���������The duplicate mezzotints  atd etchings of the Royal Library at  Windsor, which have been purchased  by Messrs. Thomas Agnew & Sons, are  very interesting and. of great value.  The majority were added to the  collection during the reign of Queen  Victoria and are stamped with the  letters "V. R." There are many hundreds of mezzotint portraits of historical men and women, principally naval  military and theatrical personages  alter famous artists.  Two are worthy of notice���������the extremely line proofs that were etched  alter Sir Joshua Reynolds' full-length,  portraits of the Duchess of Devonshire  and the Duchess of. Rutland, which  were publishel in 1.7S0. Both are very  rare, and will be eagerly sought by  co!lectors. A rather inferior proof of  the Duchess of Rutland was sold at ,  the Blyth sale at Christie's in 1901 for  10Ji) guineas. The original price was  fifteen shillings each, with a rebate of  three to subscribers.  No fewer than' 150 etchings by  Whistler are included, and th'ey.aro-  i'n- the finest, possible condition. They  were printed by the artist himself, and  should realize large sums if the prices  already realized for the works of the  Firtisc are to be taken as. standards of  the value placed upon them.  In 1U04 one etching, "Nocturne Pal-  ares,-' changed hands for 110 guineas.  At the whistler exhibitions held last  year at the New Gallery, London, and  at. the Paiais de l'Ecole cles Beaux-  An.s, Paris, the royal collection at-  ti at led much attention.  A Family of Dreamers.  London.���������The Leader prints another dream story in connection with  the murder of Harry Hay ward at Edmonton. It says that the sister of  the murdered man, while staying in  London a short time ago, dreamed that  she saw her brother walking with his  head bent down, looking very old and  ill. Two days later the Canadian papers arrived containing the report  alleging that Haywarcl still lived. This  is the sequel to the story of Harry  Hay ward, who dreamt he saw his ���������  brother murdered in Canada, ami then  received the tidings of the murder a  few days later.  Signatures Fixed to TVIorrocan Treaty.  Aigeciras.���������The signature oif the  Moroccan convention terminated the  conference on nloroccan reforms,  wliichj was  fonnally.- adjourned   sine  Vnluiil.le Wl-nli-V Ttleim.  In the njl U'.uida whales' tcctb form  the coinage. They nr.o pnlntod white  and red, tho red are worth twenty  times as much as the white. Tho natives carry their wealth In tho ���������hope  of netklacci. . _ . ���������  C.P.R. Land Policy.  "Winnipeg.���������it is stated that the  Canadian Pacific land department,  which of late has been withholding  from sale parts of the company's  land grant located along the line of  the C.N.R. and the projected line of,  the G.T. P. has been conducting an  Inquiry into the value- of the lands  with a view to putting it. on tho market at prices that will secure for tho  company a good portion of the cash  that hns heretofore gone to speculators. The company has not gone the  length of eliminating tlio speculator  altogether by selling only to the settlor, but tho settler will be able,  speaking generally, to buy direct from  tho C.Vdi. at a lower price nnd on  moro favorable terms than from tho  speculator. There will, of course bo  a very great demand for these landa  when the lines now under construction are completed.  Great Demand for Lumber.  New York,���������The Journal of Com-  men--!' snys'-��������� It Is very generally conceded in tlio local lumber trade that  conditions to-day nre moro tonso thnn  tit an;- timo In its history, Tho reasons .'.or this in Uiu main uro .supply  ami demand. When It Is understood  that n coiiHcrvntlvo oHllmittn plac'-H  tho nmnial lumber receipt"- of Greater  New "York iiloive at 2,000,000,000 foot,  Homo idea of the total demand of con-  uuintng centres In the oiiHt can bo  tormoil, nml somo idea of the enormous rju'intu.ioa of tlmbor l-aqulrod to  supply 11. Until a comparatively recent date tho principal sources of supply nnvo boon Pennsylvania, North  Carolina, West Virginia aiyl Canada,  but latterly tho local trade hns been  drawing Hugo suppites from the Pacific coast, and this has brought Into  tho question a comparison beiwowu  the rival routes of transportation.  die after nearly thre'e months of labor.  The delegates signed the written copy  of the proctocol, which will he preserved in the" archives at Madrid. A  printed copy, certified and signed by  the president, will be given to each  delegation. Henry White, head of  the American delegation, made the  statement that the United States government did not accept the obligation  or responsibility with regard to the  measures necessary to carry out the  provisions of the proctocol. The signatures of the American delegates  were preceded by the words "under  reserve." This declaration was made  at the plenary sitting of the. conference April 7, 11)00. The Swedish delegates made the same reservation.  For Jap Famine Sufferers.  Tokio.���������The Empress Dowager of  China has sent KiO.000 yen ($75,000)  for tho l'anrlno sufferers of "Japan.  Tho best informed persons consider  further contributions unnecessary.  The total of foreign contributions received is mora thnn $250,000.  Stringing New Wires.  Winnipeg,��������� Railway construction  work projectod In Western Canada  for this season aggregates 2,250 miles,  nnd tho extension of tho tolegra'ph  system will be In proportion. Tlio  C.I'.R. nlono will construct 010 miles  of new polo lines along their systems,  nnd stretch 4.0U8 miles of wire. l.OOG  of which will be copper, A ..copper  wlro will ho erected from Montreal  to Winnipeg, will oh will bo worked  duplex, (two circuits). This will  mil!''" four double circuits In use between theso points, A copper wlro  from Mont roill to Toronto, worked  qundi'uplox (four circuits), will ninko  four nundruplex wlron (slxtoon opor-  morn at. ench end) between these  cities, In addition to railway and  wnj wire. An Iron wlro from Mont-  mil to Ottawa wll ho worked quad-  vuplex, 1n addition to the ono now In  vhi*. and a cable will bo laid between  I'resent t nnd Ogdonsbnrg for tho rnll-  wny service,  The Postal Congress.  Homo,-���������The delegatus to the International Postal Congress mot Inform-  a'ly in the eelobratod picture gallery  '���������      " "     ' '"     1 .,,,���������, Tl      ���������������.,.,       Ar,  U������     k*,C     .  .*.,,���������..,,     JVM,M.J,,,t,.,       i'      ,..,,.     0,0  Hded to TU'dnt-ilTi the mli*-** nnd vepfit-  latlons of the postal congress hold nt  Washington In 1897. A motion Introduced by Balm Pasha the PostniiiHtor-  Uenornl of Egypt, to admit a delegate  from Tunis, was rejected, tho cotigrcKH  Tearing to glvo oitcnco to franc*-,  which has a protectorate ovor Tunis.  The British delegate presented a proposition tn hnvo the Capo Colony, tlio  Transvaal Colony, nnd the Orange  River Colony, each of which went del-  centoH, represented by Great Britain,  which was nun ed to,  Booked Solid.  Montren1.���������Tho biggest season for  westbound triune (Tib Canadian shipping trade has over known ls the consensus of opinion of tho loading steamship companies on tho season of 100(1.  All cnnipnnloH stnto thnt their steamers nnlllno* from tho other side are all  booked right up to tho end of May.  To Show New Zealand.  Ottawa.���������Cnnndn will be reprosen*  ed nt the Now Kan land exhibition  which opens nt Chrlstchurh on No--.  1. l-'lftv manufacturers hnvo nlrvndy  signified their Intention of px'hlhltln".  I lio Kiouiiuim-itl Wut cuo   tin; i.*.'>ii'-  itfc free to New Zealand. All nxhlb'*������  will bo nssenibrei at Vancouver tho  middle of July,  London.��������� \ ukull ntut ninne other  pa*ts of a skeleton hnve been disc v.  ovo \ in a quarry near Ktrkdnle Cue  at Kirby Moorslde, Yorkshire, whe������-������>  many remains or extinct nn'msiH *vi-r,  loniid In the early part of List fi-mury.  Russia Want-* $!>00,000,000.  fit. PottTSbiirg.���������"nui-sla hnm onened  pl'i'biiiitiittv iifgoiliitlinis In  Paris l'i,r  n lnrirc foreign lorn of nt least $200.  iiiiil.lltitl.   Iind  tl������-nil<"������   tllii.v   If  pi;....Ull''.  The syndicate with which alio Is ne.  olialln" h rnmnnneil of (Winon.  l*"!tc!i, find British cnnllnHstf*, hut so  "nr ns Is known no Americans aro  'onnecloil wllh Jt. ** it  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  WESTERN  CANADIAN  EDITORS "  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Alms  and their Influence.  53  *   ALBERT FENNEL.,  ?��������� ALBERT FENNEL.  Editor of the  Morris Herald.  Unequivocally independent in the  (policy advocated at all times, the Morris Herald has the distinction of being  q. cleverly edited newspaper as  well as having possibly the youngest  'editor in the Canadian West- in the  managerial chair. '  Recognized as one of the best advertising mediuhis in southern Manitoba, the Morris Herald, under the managing editorship of Mr.  Albert Fennell, has not only become a  factor of importance in the business  life of southern Manitoba, but also is  a force in the social and political affairs of the province, through the fearlessness, originality, and ability of Mr.  Fennel as a writer. Mr. Fennel was born in 1882 ih Birmingham, England, - He began his jounial-  -JstiO-Iife on the staff of the Birmingham Daily Gazette and there acquired,  probably, some of that thoroughness of  business ; method and independence of  political thought that is a distinctive  trait of the majority of the British  press.  In tho year 1901 Mr. Fennell, attracted by the opportunities offered to  a trained young newspaperman, ambitious and energetic, came to Canada  and determined upon the province of  Manitoba  as tho  field  of his efforts.  For about throe years Mr. Fennell  was constantly engaged as a member  of the staffs of several leading western  newspapers and during that time acquired a thorough knowledge of west-  ern political, social, and business conditions.  Last September the opportunity for  individual enterprise, a situation created largely through his own efforts,  was given Mr. Fennell and in conjunction with Mr. Jamos Hooper and a  few residents of tho town of Morris,  he obtained control of the Morris  Herald.  Realizing the opportunities, of a  bright and enterprising newspaper in  Southern Manitoba, published in as  favorablo a position ns Morris, Mr.  Fennell at once saw to it that the  meohanioal necessities of a lirst-class  weekly paper woro adequately supplied  and that tho job-printing department  was furnished with the best of type  and tho latest machinery.  The Morris Honild maintains a  strictly iwlopowlonfc course in politics  and is a strong lulvooato of independent thought and actions and believes  that tho time is not l'nr distant whon  much of tlio partisanship, or "party,  ism," in politics will bo dono uwuy  with, and that pooplo will think nnd  act according to their own individual  convictions.  Tlio Morris Herald believes that Independent and Labor candidates will  play a conspicuous pint in Canadian  politics in tlio nonr future. While tho  iVosfc may bo rather lull of nowspapor  mon, tho Morris Herald is of the opitv  ion thnt thero is always room at tho  top of the ladder.  As a loader writer Mr, Fennell hns  gained considerable reputation and  proniinonco, his scathing manner of  criticism and originality of expression  being woll known in the western news,  panor world.  Mr. Funnell is an uniont supporter  and advocate of manly sports,  He ninriioil, in February, 1005, Miss  L. D. Pray, daughter of Mr. R. A.  Fray, of California.  i  vPJ.VlA* be paid to any  person who proves that  Sunlight Soap contains any  injurious chemicals or any  form of adulteration.  Sunlight  Soap  is a perfect cleaner and will  not injure anything.  Best for all household purposes, Sunlight Soap's superiority is most conspicuous in  the washing of clothes.  Common soaps destroy  the painted or varnished  surfaces of woodwork and  "talce'the'coIorout=ofcl6thesr  Even the daintiest linen  or lace, or the most delicate  colors may be safely washed  with Sunlight Soap in the  Sunlight way (follow direct  tions).  Equally good with hard  or soft water.  Your money refunded by the dealer  from whom you boy Sunlight Soap if you  find any cause for complaint.  Lever Brothars Limited. Toronto  'si  To Electrify C.P.R.  It is learned   that   the   Canadian  ! Pacific Company  has decided  to   a-  ' wait the outcome of experiments by  ; the New York Central and New York  New Haven & Hartford'Railway Com-  ! panies before taking steps for the el-  1 ectrification of any part of its system.  Both the latter railways are spending  enormous sums upon experiments, the  former with a direct current and the  latter with a single phase alternating  current.   The alternating current has  perhaps the advantage of cheaper installation.   It does not yet seem to be  clear which system is preferable, and  while there is so much doubt and uncertainty the C.P.R. prefers to let el-  , ectricity alone. Once the electrification  of steam railways on a large scale has  I passed beyond the experimental stage  however, there is little doubt that the  ; C.l-'.lt. will be prepared to adopt the  j system.    They   have  accumulated a  j lot of data on the subject, and will be  prepared to act at the earliest possi-  I ble moment.   The line from Montreal  I to Quebec will in all probability witness the flrst installation.   All the el-  I eciric power necessary can be obtained  from Snawinigan Falls, providing  the price is satisfactory.   That, however, it is presumed, can easily be arranged.  Safeguard the Children.  There is no telling when a medicine  may be needed in homes where there  are little ones. Therefore the prudent mother will always keep "a box, of  Baby's Own Tablets on hand. These  Tablets promptly cure indigestion,  colic, sour stomach, constipation, diarrhoea and teething troubles. They  break up colds, prevent croup, expel  : worms, and give the child sound, nat-  ; tiral sleep. Mothers have the guarantee of a government analyst that  these Tablets contain no opiate or  poisonous soothing stuff. Mrs. J. C.  Gildart, Prosser Brook, N. Br, says:  "Baby's Own Tablets act like magic  when a little one is ill, and I would!  not feel safe without a box in the  house." You can get Baby's Own  Tablets from your medicine dealer or  by man at 25 cents a box from the  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont. ������������������!  One-half of British. Columbia's salmon pack of 1,167,460 pounds last year  went to Great Britain.  A syndicate is now being formed at  Selkirk to send a prospecting expedi-  tirm  tn tho. Pnhqlt  Rilvpy rftginn.  How Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets  Give   Instant   Relief.���������They're  handy  to  carry���������take  one  after   eating���������or when-  [ ever  you  feel stomach  distress  coming  I   on���������sufferers have proved   It   ,the    only  '  remedy known that will give Instant relief and  permanent  cure���������no long  tedious treatments   with   questionable    results���������best   for   all   sorts   of   stomach  troubles.   35 cents.���������96.  Vice-Admiral Cervera lias been appointed Spanish naval commander at  Ferrol on the Bay of Betanzos.  Encouraging Prospects.  "What are your prospects for making a living for both of us after we  ure married?" Bent Murdock quotes  a brown-eyed widow in Eldorado as  ai-king a big fat widower, who was Insisting that they be made one. "Well,  answered the widower, "I have a good  scheme of managing a laundry In  sight." "That is to say," she answered,  "I am to take In washing to support  us?" "That ls about the size of it,"  Im answered, as ho took her In his  arms-���������and they were made one.  * A Flno Bird,  There is a man In Bangkok who  keeps a goose as a watchdog. Ho has  trained tlio bird to Imitate n motor  cai iicoter whenever a stranger np-  prnachps. So renllstlotillv dnen the  feathered hlstrlon enter Into its part  that It has been arrested on several  occasions for exceeding the speed limit.���������New York Tribune.  A Clear Hoalthy Skin,���������Kruptlons  of tlio skin and blotches which blent-  lsh beauty aro the result of impure  blood caused by unhealthy action of  tho liver and kidneys. In correcting  this unhealthy action and restoring  tlie organs to their normal condition,  J/nrmoioo's Vogotable rills will at tho  Hiuiiu time cleanso the blood, and the  blotches and eruptions will disappear  without leaving any trace.  Bellamy Storer, the American ambassador to Vienna, was received 1n  audience hy Emperor Francis Joseph.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on Human or animals oured In  JO minutes by Wolford s Sanitary Lo-  llvo, H  'lever fnila. Al *\\ d-i/gyifcU.  Two hundred ami fifty mutineers  wero arrested as a result of a mutiny  on board a cruiser at Lisbon.  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup  needs no recommendation. To , all  who are familiar with It, It speaks for  itself. Years of use in the treatment  of colds and coughs and all affections  of the throat has unquestionably est-  e Wished its place among the very best  medicines for such diseases. If you  give it a trial you will not regret it.  Vou will find it 25 cents well Invested.  The faithful enforcement of bureaucratic customs prevented a fire engine  crossing the border between Switzerland and Germany to help extinguish  a tire in a German town.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  has no equal for destroying worms 1n  children and adults. See that you get  the genuine when (Purchasing.  A whipping post for wifobeaters was  recommended at tho convention of  the International Association of Chiefs  of Police at Hot Springs, Ark.  Kidney Seared Lights. ��������� Have you  backache? Do you feel drowsy? Do your  limbs feel heavy?Havo yen pains in tin  lolnH? Hnvo you dl-szinofM? Have you a  tired dragging feeling In the regions nf  the kidneys? Any and all of theso indicate kidney troubles. Smith American  Kidney Cure Is a liquid kidney speolflo  and works wonderful euros In most com*  plloated case-.���������04  The llrst trees to bo shipped from  tho forestry farm nt Indian Hond woro  sent to Lethbrldge,  Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Tho Japanese armored cruiser Ik-  oma of ii.'l,7fift tons was RiicccHsfully  launched at Kuie,  liehma mte*.���������Tir. Am***'. Ointment  U proof against the torments of IIchins  Piles.   Thousands   of    testimonials    of  It h stated In St. Petersburg that  Minister of the Interior Durnovo has  already been dismissed.  For Thin.  Poor Blood  You can trust ��������� medicine  tested 60 years 1 Sixty years  of experience, think ot that!  Experience with Ayer's Sarsaparilla; the original Sarsa-  part!!*��������� the strongest Sarsaparilla; the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thli blood,  weak nerves, general debility,  , *gt tm* this traat oM mislelne  Hi Mst work Ift  bitw.lt cnn.t1f.At,  .,, W,������3T!  wlllipili-klr r*$pot>t, ani)  ***������!������;'&  TRY A PACKET of  Ceylon Natural Green Tea, and you will be  convinced that it has the same delicious  quality that has made "Salada" Black  Tea famous.  40c, 50c and 60c per lb.  Highest Award at St. Louis 1904.  At All Grocers.  m  WANTED  Every School Boy and Qirl in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, to write  us  for our  Booklet containing Views of Winnipeg  and   Farm  Scenes.  THE DUNSHEATH MacMILLAN CO., LTD.  GRAIN MERCHANTS,  74 MERCHANTS BANK, WINNIPEG.  Cause of  Headaches  You must look well after the condition  of your liver and bowels. Unless there  is daily action of the bowels, poisonous  products are absorbed, causing bead-  aches, biliousness, nausea, dyspepsia.  Ayer's Pills are genuine liver pills.  We have o* tecretit   We pskllth        j. c. Ayw Co..  reil. "���������  tit tirwaltt tt ill OTf medlclaeg.  jiowoiwut.*:  ���������mi  Imperial   Maplo Syrup  Alvssfcys   Satlsfaotory  Ask your dealer fop Imperial Maple Syrup.   Ho not allow him to substitute  an Inferior artlole beoause it is oheaper.  ������������������mMMaMBHMWH|-������MWMSNai  Stolen Pleasure  The children will show you  the merits of Mooney's biscuits  if you give them the chance.  Mooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas  have made themselves famous  all over Canada in a very short  time. Crisp, inviting, tasty.  Different from any other cracker  you Hve ever eaten.  Say vMooney's" to your grocer.  When you buy  WEATHER  CLOTHING  you want'  complete  protection  and long  service;  These and many M  other good point*  are combined in  OILED CLOTHING  You cant afford  io buy any omr  ���������33-  WHY ?  SHOULD YOU BE CONTENTED    TO    USB    A  CHEAP,     PLAVORLE8S  TEA,  WHEN YOU CAN  BUY  OOLD STANDARD TEAS  "GUARANTEED THE  BEST"  IN A CLEAN AND AIR-  PROOF  LEAD  PACKET  AT 36, 40 & 50c per lb  WHY?  Ask    your    Grocer   for  GOLD 8TANDARD TEA8  A BROAD STATEMENT,  Dr. Uonlwrdt'ii Hem-Itold will euro  any cu-m ui piles.  Thin stateraont ia mado without any  qiinllllciitlons.  It la in the form of a tablet.  It Ih tho only pile remedy used tn-  tori-o-itUt  It Is Impossible to euro nn estitb-  Hshvd mho ot Pilot with ointments,  suppriRitorlos, Injections or outward  applliincf-*.  A f l.ooo guarantee with every pacta  ago nf Dr. leonhardt's Hnm-Ilold.  II.������n. nil donlere or Tho Wllnoti.  Fyle Co., Limited, Niagara FalJa, Ont.  13  POR  Over a Quarter of a Century  wo liavo successfully treated nervous  diseases caused by Drink and Drugs,  600,000 euros 1b our record. We  sponk truly and Bay that fatluro to  obtain a cure by the Keeley Treatment Is a failure of the man and aot  our mothods.   Send for faots.  Address In confidence  THE KEELEY CURE  133 Osborns St., Winnipeg,  i~.n una  Easy to  'ionium papyri* iVmiv that Oermnny  Is working agiilnut tin* mitoil Siuu-b  in connection with the Hague peace  conference.  Dye  eltasant, etsy.  tfi a tail ������/ im/  that mviko end thu  al *������t ofiir*u������m,  tr* for Colors, tsc for  JMock.  AtUtalm  Mtyriote ft-Mf.  not only |lvn ������  fait, brlltlsat color  but mako home  dying .alt, sure,  No meu or troubtr.  with  Maypole  Soap  W   N   U   No,   681 .-T^-W,  fffg   isEW^  C  UMSEK^ANJJ,   m*.  frr>  QOJJJUMA.  JAPAMBiE  gB w in IP  i  ****.-  g.J, ali'-'ff Price.  "^���������"noleaala and "Retail.  Sweet and Glean -<u*  i<v  ������olbs...........   .  ..../. S2.65  JTp. 5 To-ptown?....Cumberland B.O  ji.  ^w** %' jammtwam-mmax *ksa.jo-^ ������****- ������ -.-������it*������:������a������-������������.*i*  per CANDIES  Novelties,   Pictures,  ^&ames and  cleaning  of frames.  _}.   KUNDEN  gg-25?-5*5^V3^^  Df^EAD. Cakes and Pies deliver-  ed daily to any part of City.  fTJI.L STQCK OF  _   Grocer fes  Q, H-. TARBELL,  High Qrade stoves  t*,nd ali Kitchen Requirements  ^������PQRISMJENS GOODa,  & GENERAL HARPW4RE  ^'���������������������������uliW.fiGk.  FOLLOWED HER CUE,  SAe Asktri No Qut-Mtifsns Kv>t Sng-ft ������=*''>  ed by the Conversation.  When tho elderly aunt was here, sha  mis invited out to dkuicr with the liiai't*-  and had no thought v* a>fp>-;iiJ* Sot.  has a heait in ho. us ������- ������js the pro-  ycvblal Yankee -V-oi^r. ut, by way ot  sompni'isou, her liutup o������ imiuisitivcnoss ���������  Is as large as the new county buii'Jit-j*;.  That Is why tho nephew ti:ut a littlw private talk with hor.  "You see, aunrii-j," he begao diplomatically, "It Is different in tin- city.    There  U not thp same freedom of speech amongj  friends  and   neighbors.     W's  ure  ir.on*  conservative, as it were."  "Don't gossip so much, yor. mean," hot  fioso and ehia rising i:r unison. "You  .'hink I'm grass led, ns yivr.e ef you metropolis people of culture, and refinement  put It, III not liisj-rinv you. Tommy.  I'll ask no questions tlmt art- not surest-  ed by tho conversation. Is tbat a safe  tuIp?"  "Perfectly, auntie. Pardon me for  thinking that I misrht pivc you a hint."  "Worked splendidly," the aunt reported after tho oSiixk was over. "I hnd  heard you talking over a pood many reports about those people you know, so I  know how to set my stakes. When, he  told me ho had made n pile on stocks, I  asked him if he had auy idea of settlins  up the debts he ran awny from down in  New Jersey, Ton never see ti man get  no red, and he clumped in a wink to talk-  Inp nbout his family. 'Is it true.' says I,  this scandalous report that you and your  ffifo were both divorced before you married each other /' "  "Heavens!"  "I thoupht he was going into a connlp-  tion, but I talked sympathetic and told  hitq that the world wouldn't care how  einch he owed or how many previous  wives or husbands there was now that  ho 13 rich. That did the business, for h������  told rce In the plcasantest way that people who had never married were the best  judges of such matter* and said he was  sorry that ho and his family would be  unable to see any more of me wL.'le I'm  here. I knew I could take care of my  self."  There was nothing for the nephew to  do but groan until he pot to tho basement,  whero lie could say things out loud to  himself.���������Detroit Free Press.  TRAB5 MARKS*  COPVKCCI'1'3 Ac  Anyone -uniUni? a sketch rod dwu-iin i' m mw  Qul('���������'.yahoom.:-', free, w'letli - an invention is  proo&bly patentable. C'oraMi<i*i.3a''or>ri eir'wtlY  confidential, Oldest'Rfencjioi'ieiiiirin'fpuuujia  in Amcfioa,   V/ntifive aAVoBliinpinn ofiioo.  J'atontr taken tliri)u������h Munu it. Co, reoe.vtf  .fC-^olal uotWo lu tt*i* ^  .Jtliiilly lU-istnitei*. liu-uost clriMlatlon ot  tsolbhtilto loarau", wccld y, i on��������� '-Jj.Wi 11 yeaye  . A six Tnontliu.   tspccin.'-u copies nad li^i*jS  ffijbn ON t'ATBNTH Bunt tree. AdOrouo  WONN   &   CO.,   '   '  *������61 Uroailwn-,, New York.  -o~  A Blllvllle Maffi'a Love X.otters.  [fiftieth Edition.)  "Maria, this pain in my henrt is worss  than the cramp I caught yostci-daj  While swimming in the mill pond. Maria,  thero le not a day when I am plow-hip io  -the-co m fto I d-h.ut-1 -th iak_of���������s-o_aj.hj're-ai  home, your slooves ro!*i'd up over your  dimpled arms as you bend over the stove  ivhero the greens are boiling for dinner.  ir splitting kindling wood, or hoeinp tin-  i**arden and trampling down the sunflowers In your way. Oh. my" Marlr.! Jf w<-  wpro only one, I could stop plowing V;;r  ever, top you are a hard workr;. and 1  bolleri- yon could support a husband  without difficulty. Maria. I saw ymi nt  the hanging yestorday; you wrro leaning  eu the arm of a straivfce mnn Oh. my  soul's love, was it uot that one eye,'.  Ilphtninix rod apent who won my muU  and HO In a poker paine lam \Yodnt������*  "lay? If it was really thnt mnn, Maria  I i.v t never love you ttpnin,"���������Ailuuts  Constitut-ioo.  JOHN McLEODS  >?{\\\. first-clash  ���������jaxoy, Riinni-!.  CU'.AUSa & TOHAl'COS  ���������srjrw������������������g-Tn.v.iA-i'^."'-^'-"**'-"^ --i.f*r'. ������������������r~���������**t-~���������  hAClnm ItiAult ������������ *<n]i>r-'.  A "smooth faced dude onteivi' u bnvbo'.  Bhop aud nuked to he shnveil. Ai'wt i'u re  fully covoriup his fneu with luiher the  tonsorlnl nriist snt down nnd bejrnn *o  pflruse ft paper.  "I nny, iinrbnh," querlod his d^deiets,  "���������what nro you-ow���������waitinp fohT  "For yonr beard to prow, so I enl  Bhavo you." rt-plled the heartless knlfli,  t>t thf raivii'.���������OUIc-lgo Newa,  A CoK-at*-? Wit.  Pjy^r^y^-    .,  \mrnk. Imm\  LtmM  \\ VVILLAUD i������ prflpared to  V ' ���������. UU any Ordprn for Vino or  Heavy ^ar^l-*������ll at t-hort no ic*.  WILJ.XRI) B.I.Oi'K.      Cumberland,  ������������������.  t-v^1"  .-TK2T  ^Engeneeriwo*^  r. ' -'. -/  v?y, -������������������ , 'V^i - ���������' ��������� *     -������������������   "**->-  Pnmrt lVi.v (to vlllnitvri���������Kuddj*. Ihui  It? A hot-Mi -an inivcl a mllo without  oiovla more u,.in four feet.  (Tim villager Is tultl trvlnu to flgura II  out.)   Ainu Kor AHiiIrntlunsI  Old (.'Jeiiiu-uiiin So you thlnlt my,  ���������liiuuiiM-r lo*. i-iJ j nu, sir. uu-l you ft mil  to uiu try I km ?  lllldeli'inll    i'lllt'n   Willi I    I   Olltli'll   tO  tee you uiu'iit.   i- \'u\'Vv uu,v lui*iitui> 111  voin- nuu.il.YV  ���������No, hit. atui ilu-a* 0 not golug to t1**  ������������������.oy."*���������-&miln tut.  NOW IN ITS 39th YEAR  Tho leall-id mlolnR pirto^innl of  th������ world, wut- thu tun-iv >*t nttiorlal  ���������������������������."     '    t    , ���������       ��������� -1     ..(,.,,1     ,,,:<,!(     ���������-,.(     ,H  Hutiivrlp-i.iri $,<l,00 n year (lneliel-  Idr P.H., CniiBdUn, Moxlc������n ���������j������inl������i*������'-.  BAnifl* viyy t������vo.   Jh'JI'I tot lu-oh  C.auilogwe.  I'i'ii.i' aiofi oiti'T  S09 Ptarl Strict. N������w York  y=-  A Q'jvant'** v-J Gu- !  for    P;t-���������?,  V 'i o,i,   *>h. i,   r ���������    o- ���������;    u   "  t,;      r,  IM'4.     r*-t*iij������i*-J������<* rtJiuid mi.n-i  OINTMENT Uiln t'������ ��������� ������'���������. ���������������> '������������������**������������������ ��������� ������������������"/���������'������������������'  ter ol how louf* *Uud'i g, \ 1 >' '���������< M   '.<  first spplicstioo gi������������������ ������������������������������ ������>���������'! i������f  If ynur diui"(*i*thiu<ii'tit *iud ,*0c ie ���������*' ���������  tad it vill be forwarded po.t-y������Ui I > V '-  ���������IWMm^V^"'-*1-0-*-  HENRY'  \  ��������� j 9  Nurseries. Greenhouses  and Seecihouses.  Vancouver  B. C.  Headquarter-- for Pacific Coast  Grown garden, flower and field  SEEDS  New crop now i***. and on  test in  our Greenhouse**.     Ask  your mer  chant for them, in pealed package?.  If he doi-pn't haiidlfi itieui we will  niail  50 Assorted 5e Paokp.g'es of Vegetable and Fh^er Scei"--, (���������������������������or own selection) Bailable for li C ('u.iiena  For Si 00  .SPECIAL PRICES ON YOUR BULK  SEEDS  r,M>i,,Unieni NV������irilill-������   \V������n.  ',     Ati,rr,vi .".r^t    I've !>.������������������ 0 iv'������'������ 01.' ihrww  1 eutii'li r>* 'if n,i tiour for that Menu I or  i 1.01 ,'C:  \     "..i.iU'.**'   i'���������:',    l;:iV'.-     j;i;     t:tn,,",iiriicii  j '".������������������ ���������inn ���������>! p" 1 ;.���������!���������<���������*���������. *lr.  I   ',...���������    .('('.���������-! j.piiife u uhvu'i* jimt ba-  ' Vfil.d ��������� kit,I  I'CUCli.  B-C. GROWN FRUIT AND  ORNaMENTAI TREF.S  Now ready for Spring ship-nent.  Extra nice stock of 2 & 3 year  A m������le Tree? (ft $20 00 per 100  "    @      $180 00 per 1 .'J00  Mayi*iard Plum, $1.00 eavh  .HitHan Prune. 2 yr.fifie, $25 per 100  Sufiar Plune, 2 yr. fine, $30 per 100  Full'hst of other stock at regular price-*  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or  inspection Let me price your I at'before  |j!;-.ci!ig your  order  Greenhorn*'* yl?.iit-, Floral Work. Ree Sup  plies, Fruit Packages,  Fe-rtibzurn eto  Catalw^wti*;   Free. .  M. J. HENRY  3 OlO Westminster *aoa������l  . ''Vancom'er R. C.  When In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Eveiv conviu*.ie,j',e for gueMts.  *   ������������,..!lr- ���������.<,.   r������.ii������.  Vnii-ig.'r- Wim *nvx ot a rolo do you  iliinii you wmiti! lii.rv  htnuiiJeiJ Ai'ior Well, s-'veml vf tin!  Viontin oriinU nml a oup of i-oUt-u  wouJUn'i tin liuU ior a t-iurtt'?.  ~T-hft-.GfintiaLVHot^������ox_a-^^^^  None but the. Beat of Wines and   Liquors  ��������� at  the  Bar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Prop.  ��������� '> o  .   *       ���������  WILLIAMS BROS.  * !���������  .1  rv  bie  '     TKAMBl'KRB AKI)   Dhaymkn     '-  ;.. .SiNtii.K and Doumac tut" ;  : von Hi'ii:, am. OniiKiib' '.  ���������    PnOMPTlA"   Attexdkd   to  ������ '  i Third St., Cumberland, B C,  Wlien_ in OmntiBiiaiil  STAY AT THE   V EM) OME.  tW      \U.  rtlSVI'MKNOKS   1'IIK   CtI'IWI'.'I,  Till', liAHlH  St'I'l'l.lKU WITH  Best Liquors and Cij;ars  mmaummtna^mmam  00000 ooooooooooooor  c  0  veryo  o  o  AIN" ID  1^  0  r-  w  c  c  1 **0m *A4*u*L m mm LL  0 1 am prepared to C  9 funiishMvlish Kips 5  5 and do 1 earning ut  "^ reasonable rales.  i ]). KILPATRICK  * CUMMlKI.ANw  Q  c  ,-. O CK.Hv^-C-'.uH 'O/i,..)'.'  FOR    PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  STERLING*SILVER TEA SET  QUADRUPLE SILVER PLATED TEA and COFFEE SETS  CABINETS for TABLE S1L-  V F P  SOLID GOLD WATCHES  LADIES und   GENTS   WESTMINSTER CHLV ING CLOCKS  SOLID     GOLD     HEADED  CANES  Dtftngnt* Surpa^st-d nowhere  Prices lower than elsewlier  Inscription 3<]ngrr.ving free and  at  nhort nolice.  A Costly Prayer Boolt.  Queen Eliza heth used to carry about  ���������with her susi'������*ndt*d hy a ohaii) ot para  gold a book called "The Goideu Manual  of Prayer," a dainty volume of 800  pages, bound in "hammered virgin  gold." Cue side of this costly volume  gave a representation of the judgment  of Solomon, the other the bruzeu -serpent on the cross in the deseru  Watchmaker   and   Jeweller,  ^������Mtma^^mtM^twmm*m*%x*mi*m Lam Mil uu^mtommMOMm  WaVerly- -Hotel  First-Class Accommodation  .. ..at Reasonable Kates ...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR..  inininiiiii ii ii ii in mi niw m mun iiiiiiw u���������  INTERESTING  INSTKUCTiVL  "CORRECT   ENGLISH1-  HOW TO USE ���������fT."  A  .ViONTm,Y Magazine   D/.votkd to the  Use or English.  Joski'hlnk Tkuck Baker, Editor.  Partial Contents for this "Month..  Course ir. English for the!;- ..;;;;,.������������������.  Course iu English for tho Advv.uot-d Fupil  How to Iticren"-One's Vocabulary .-  The Ait of Gouveisa'ion.  Slvuld anil Woulrl.:    How '������������������Us.', th-m.  Piotnmomtio'is (Century l)ic������.ioi.aryJ,  ���������"i^orrTBtrEnflvsh-in���������ire~iiftnnErr  Tlus Jailer Bird.  Very weird, says Science Si'tln-js, 1*1'  ���������ihe habit, only lately discovered, of ft  Krse nnd beautiful East Indian bird.  Fecilinp. mostly on the fruit of trees, it  seldonr descends to the (-round, anil Us  nest is in the hollow of u tf.*r, hi������!' up.  As soeii as the female has lauKk.-r i'sks  five or six, thc male lioj-ius to t'eteh mud  and therewith to wall up the opr-iiitij; of  the nest, leaving an"aperture lai'ire eiuuwh  to admit the wry lurge biil to p;sss. Mnfl  likely this is done to prevent the hfuvy  and tuvUwai-il fledj*-elint,'s"froiu falliu-z out  of the nest to the ground far below. Iu  several cases when the female was..!'bcr-  ated after her Ions und close coufiuemeut  she was found pitiably poor and weak,  although the male was diligent in providing her and the young ones with food.  Insects That I'te Robber.  When Para rubber trees are tapped,  after the gum has run into receptacles  niul stiffened, a species of large black- ai:i  is accustomed to cut out pieces'of- the  rubber i'iiul curvy them awny. Bees also  find use for iudia rubber, and some species in Smith America ��������� actually cut the  bark of trees that produce resinous substances in o'-iler to cause a Uow of the  blip. Tin- gum is employed by the beea  n* ii .ro:u!>- 'ii;)'b' wax for their uosts.  B. C. Enide:  | Bicycle* anil Spplies.-  (Ji.rrect EV^lu'h mi the 8oh;id.  What to Say f.nd What Nut to .Say'  Course in Letter-Wn1 i'ng and Punctuation.  Alphabc ,ie bsr nf Abi,>������ viiu-ojipSf^  Bu-<iuf.st; Ejighsli for tha Br>..-,inehs 'dan  C'������iiipoiii)<) Word.*    Ho'v to Write Them.  Si-uuits iu Etiglui; L-.-t-ratuie.  Local  Agent   for  Comox, Distirct for  Cleveland  !Viassey- Harris   ���������  Braiufvjrd  Imperial  Bicycles.  $1 a Year   Send 10c for sample copv  i:uhim;T KNGLRPI,. Evansion,'llL  Fairbanks - lVfion-e .- Gasolene  4? -Jack oi' all Tradee' eugiuts  mm osifiOR]]  COURTENAY, B.C.,  Second lhaxid. Wheels  ���������fetor salCt  *���������   i iiHWHi-iiiiirr-i "*  ' "' ���������"-������������-������������������  Acetvlene Supplies.     , ^  %     Bicycl'.-: and ^enercil i  %, '  , . .  ������ '*  fy     Repairing; ol   Si-wuip; <r   .��������� __. ;_ . j 4t> ���������   Machines,       Fisuing ^  iJREKDER of     <,|s,ein Cattle, Che,-  [   5      RodS) Quns elCi i  ter \\ Lute l'\y,s���������   hjned I'lyinout |  y *���������  tuck*, &.C. ���������   ' Sw.irst'n'h ground, rfav-.r* gum- ���������*>  nn'i.1 ninl tiled.  Kty . nd Pipe fining  R  IMPROVED STOCK  AT 1'  MKMKiw pricks. i|3rd St, OmI)erlain]I  *M/^-A/vv^AA^v^^vv"Vs^v^  w./it.X\<'L w JSILi    'w  $  3AVIS,      PnopxME-r  Kimli-ib 4 \ liUilTDS Miv.y* no litj, ; u\MI, Wv lum.niK All I ,V- <\ U KEiv  HEKUS���������Aulinm* r, lkluiniun., .Soliln/., &������. "OLD (illKY BKAliU"  SCtHl't'll WHISKY. Ko8t Wiuob unci Liqnore of all kindo,  Tho Boarding and Lod^iii); D purtnient, umhir tho nnui(i(Un<B au-itrintondenoo ������f Man  DftvJH, will bo fuiiiiii firxt clusi in nvury ifHpi'ct,  RATfiS,  I>1 oo por day upwardi,  C 1 ������Hlf f% t* f\ 1 I' C  BAKERY  A Tin* 8el������ctioa of CA.KBQ ctlwftyf*-  on hand.  FHESH BREAD ovury dny.  Order, lor Ql'X.^*.t������Ju    jxtj-i.^ piumy^y i-.-.C������nuuu vo.  Eunsiimir Avenue,  Cumberland,  ���������yf������������*������flW,*r-;~****^^  To Cure a CoSi m One Day  toko Laxative Bromo Quinine Tai ie&. ^ (%&  Sev������n MilHoo bott* uAd ia pm 12 montbu. this 8!gnatlirOt W S������Wr  Cnrc������ Grfj-i  hi TifO Days.  Oft wcr^*  tot. 25*-  mmm THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  jtf  ., p^***-  )-gpw  I   THB CUMBERLAND NE\V������  Issued Every Tuesday.  '.V. B. ANDEBSCN,     -     -      -      MgB  The columns of Thk News are open to all  Who wiah to express therein views o matters of public interest.  While we do uot hold ourselves re ��������� insi-  ble for the utterances of Correspouden'o, we  eserve the r gtit of * declining to inser":  ommuuicationa unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY,      June  20  i90G  Kspiinait & Nanaimo Rj  ���������^���������f^t*  m\ /I ^W^L4' p  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.'  VICTpEIA-CO*tfO*S        -ESOX7TB  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 ������.������*���������> f������r  Nanaimo, calling  it   North  Saanich  Cowichan Bay,   Maple   Bay,  Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  or passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5  p.m., for  Union Hay and Comox.  Leave* Comox Wednesday,  8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox .md way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday. 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and'way pons.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday,  7  p.m., for  Victoria, calling   al Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crofton, Maple Bay,  Cowichan   Bay   and   North    S.ctiiicl*   when  freight and   passengers offer  NoilhVSaanich  vheo tide and weather  condition;-   permit.  VAK'CO"CVE*a- NANAIMO  SUIIIB*,  20*0'IE  LADY  S. S       "JOAN "  S.i'.ls Irom Nanaimo ior Vanc'ouve-  daily, except S.uur.iavs and   Sundays   -;  am  Sails  from  Ni-.n.iinio for   V.mcouvu,  ���������Saturdavs, ,u 8 a,m.  Sails from Nau.iiiiHi fm Ladysmuh,;  Fridays and Saturdays ki 5 3" i*.m.  Soil's from Ladysmith for Nanaimo,  Saturdays at 6 a.m.  SjhIs from Vancouver for Nanainv  daily, except Saturdays and Mmdays ,-u  1.3" n.nt.  Sails fnun  Vancouver   for   Ninaimo,  Saturdays at 3,30 p.m'.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  AITUl -J9. 1906  VICTOREA TO WELLINGTON.  No 2- Diti'y.  A M  De. 9 0C   '���������   9.28    N,,, 4~-Sunru*  l- M.  .Victoi'U D'. 4 00  .CnlilHtroi-m    ..."    ' 'ih  '������ IU.S-4   ��������������� 11 00  .K.*hIj-'ii "   o".\  Uuiioan'ri     "   5 5.")  P M  " 12 :i6..  Ar 12.88,..  p it.  .NaiiKiuv*  "   7 8'  Wmont'.oi Ar  7.*5  WELLX'-IO  Ko. 1���������Uall  . mmm**'                  i'  N  TO VICl'OBlA.  W iiiiOixUs,  S, u,-iliiv A  No 3   f-aiiiiu)  A.M  "   8 20   A.M.  Welli-iRtoii... -   U*i. 4 0  .N.'Mlli"   "    * I5  10 02 1)  t' 10.42   '��������� U 88    Ar 12 0G   |ii(J in ������ ��������� .    , .    ''     O ���������><>  .Komi-g'" "   7 s7  ,CohU'rii������m  "   <U2  ,\rio'oriii   Ar 7.5.1  A STO'">.v   TKl.UN.1   Cr-'.*'.i -'.  ������Inn  Wltn   <> e   Soierriii   Face   Kas!  B������������<->   All -lie Others.  i)������e fvi'iiir-.  at :,ws!! known hot"'  ���������juhibcr of r* ���������.���������vr-linjr men w-c*v- h-pin **:  yarns.   JJU-3   the   tail-   turned   iirmn V  sitcrifi ������������������ nnd the privntJiuis good frii-.i<i  bud uuderjjoiie to contribute to the v.. > l>)  ly Kuecess of an  ussocinff*.   One Foli'i'ii  facod man told ���������'...��������� :'.'"..���������.���������V:!i!-.  ''I had tVd ^-iji^iliiiaii'N." he b<-���������**Hi  "One of u.TMi wis ti5***ir-'i"-r t" !��������������� a ';j ���������  fer and tne uiii<>r bail .���������:s-uriitious for i  i'i"h fiiticc ii* tin* inciii'.-il profession. Tl'<-  eo\le.<zo we .-'tu **'iw) -,v:;:���������-. oik' at '���������������������������' <��������� !'  tho diseiplino w:;s sov-ori- ami tlio ri'ipiiri'  ni'-iits for ^iv.di:ii>'i"ii w ro ox.o tin" WYll  tl'.oso two buys niiitii.".:'d to "���������jory ulunv  iiiitil tho day of i J j��������������� ('miI ,>-,������������������������������������ ':u;i:V :  enmo. Tin- .vmiiitr law sfdnit !���������; >' ������������������������������������������������  f-'itod himself iu Ids: s-toiii-'s mi'l kvw-  lii:oly ti puss witb hi :h !ioii;-rs. Tiv  ���������nii'dicil stiuh'ut. binv1i"'ci������, ��������� i\-as inn far  lc;'K envintdo pi'"dv. \]o f-imid 'i-iii ���������-������������������  i>x:unii'iiiiion would lu- for tlio li'-'i-! part  upon rJit- nnatoiuy of tlio Ion. and thi.-  was tin' one bi-;'.n\'!i of tho coiirsi- !:-.��������� !i -.o.  nt'^'le* t'-d. II<< roniiiii'd in liii* rooriiinati-  and waib'd out his .sorrows.  " 'If I'(,:i!y bad h li'- to dtssovt." suiii  ho, "I would pass that ovaniiniition nt thr  bond of my class.'  "It was here that his roonimato rosy  Bubliuif'ly to the occasion, flo roll,;] up  his trousers jind insistod that his friocd  ampu'.nto his U^ nt tlio knoo. Iiis rnrdie-  nl fri-.iid doinurri-d. but tiio law stidcnt  iusistw.1, and linally the ainpiitation was  performed nnd the medical student captured bis diploma.  "Years afterward this same doctor was  sitting in nn ollieo snrroiindod by nl! the  evidence of n prosperous practice. The  door opened and in came his old mom-  ������mate nt college, 'fhe greet In jr was, of  course, affect ins. nnd then the doctor inquired how the lawyer was pot ting (>n in  tho world. The lawyer said he bird liee-s  practicing spvernl years in the petty affairs of the law nnd would rise to distinction if he could secure n Rood cap?  'I want a murder case' snid be*, "one  that will attract special attention'and involve some well known citizen.'  "The doctor excused himself nnd. picking up a heavy poker, left tbe room. Hi?  proceeded down .stairs and' killed his  landlady, resorting, to all the ntrocitiea  that '.ingenuity could devise to make hia  crime one that would create n sensation.  He was successful. The papers teeuied  with the awful details of the deed and  the tropic events of the trial. His friend,  the one lejiged lawyer, defended bim,  and he was cleared. Both of these ������uien  occupy Ioadinf* places in their.-.professions today. If y:i:i don't believe . this  story, you can conie up to my room and  I_wiil shovy yon a ���������<<'<ti*re of the s?.chool  TDieWT'tvo" frieudsor"mine BluuJ3ed7"~  A BOOK THAT NO  FARMER CAn  AFFORD TO BE W.THOL'T  Splllnar   Vcmr  D!ntnon<3������.  People who buy diamonds nre apt to  answer relloc-tious upon their exunvr.-  j-auu* with the remark that diamonds ������rc  n good !nvostm������nt and that they run nl  Ways net thei. money buck on" tin--!--..  This is plausible nud partly true, bur not  entirely. The ling itse.f,. thou'sjh th<- ue-  si|-n may be elaborate, as it sometimes is  in men's rings, and of tbp finest and niosi  artistic of wwluuanxbip, will sold.'in bins  more than the worth of thej,*old unless-  sold to an Individual, nnd styles of se,fin*'  rlintn-o enough to make old fashions of  little value.-  A woman In reduced oiroumstnticei* recently sod u ritiK whkh cost at the time  of its purchase $!"() for $-10, It is n cluster rim:, with nine small diamondx sur-  'rotindiiiK n Inrj-or. one. The rh'ii was up-  praised nt a jeweler's, who set the present value upon it. It Is a pretty riiia.  with white sri-HOH and li.'lliiuut, but i; iti  not worth u third of whnt it was fo������'t,v  j-eiin- ������1:1.1. when it cimui* into the possession If its orij-iiii'l owner. Denlei's iu  stone������ ������������*��������� nl-.o that dininonds lose in  woif~lit perceptibly with wear, aud for  that reuuon become less vaiuublu.  Thousand Mile and Commutation Ticket*! on sale, ^nod ovei rail and steiiu.ei  lines, at two unl one-half cents per mile.  Special train.-, and >ie,������inet-s. for Excursion*, nnd reduced rues for partict* may  be i-rrants't'd foi 011 application 10 thc  Dist. I'nss. Agent.^t Victoria.  The Compnny reserves the rii;ht to  change without previous notice, seimers  sailing* dates and hours nl sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  nil Station**, good lor going journey" Sat-  urd iy nnd -Sunday, rciui niog not laier  than Monday.  J, W. TRUt'l\ <'-n. S*4*J. H C V,**aal Hut.  O. L. COUUTNEV, Dttt. Frt. * Van. Ag-  NOTIOE  f{'<1it������<* -if. !(k    i.tin*-  - nnil   rail  ,,' ��������� '     .' ���������������";���������     1  J      JO,               ;i  1 ���������'���������> u������'ry  (. V-*if't" ,*.v ���������������������������.��������� .-. *,v    '������������������������������������  ���������  . 1         \mt  Cot Wiint Ho "Dcnervea.  "You know Throtfginn? Smooth felloT*-,  Great jollier, Tries to keep ou tho pmd  9ld������ ot everyboil>'- \\*l> ,1B "out ������-o  church last Sunday morulii*- and slept  tliFough'th'" whole sermon, Then he lunl  tip:gi\a\ to tell the Hev. Dr. Fourthly,  Sfter thc congresmlon had biH.n dismiss-  ed, thut hv hnd uever enjoyed n dUcourso  bo luikIi In his lite, uiu) hv would like to  burrow the tiinitusei'ipt of It and luko it  b'-h:e with him, no he could read it utr-iin  duriasr tbe duy. What do you suppose  the doctor didV"  "1 ean't Imiiirlnr,"  "Well, sir, I think he'd sren Throgrtlns  noddlug a nd knew he hiidn't hoard a  word. t At nny rate, he took Tlirouirlns  by the'urui. led lilm Into his titudy. mud a  bim nit dowu and then he mid ever/  blended line of thnt m-niion over uuniu to  him before he would let lilm up. Oh,  jrou don't ������et nlieiul of Dr. Fourthly���������au(  BUchl"- ���������Kj-'-l-ttni*--  lioanng end WorUlnir.  Ever notion at tht end of a day -when  you have tooted nlouj- wllli your work  and ulouehed through everythlnjif In ft  Blpuhod routiner that you are tired an  if you had worked mew ally nnd don������  y-'Ui* work wn-llir And bow muols hotter Kutlsflcd yon feel witb yotirsnlf  w Uen you turn don# your work an you  ���������uguiU. lour employer a\ao uouct*  tliesf things. Don't belouj* 10 tht slipshod <*lnss Do yonr work veil, Vou  w'M fi-������*| betn-r and Htiind Ulgber In lb*  fstluiiitJoii ol the mun yon work for.���������  Ai������lil������ou t'lolie.  l^TsTD  * ompiled by the Agri.ev1H1.1ral Editors  of the Family Herald and  Wfiekly  Stur of ]>Xouit������ 1,   at feiie request  if      Hundreds       of    Readers.  IT     AK  SIXi  HAD   FKE.IS  The drink of strong: men and healthv women  mm  <5>  iWERY  r It  *R  Is The Best  Hottled or in      cirrelj*.  wmuexawctmtu^mxtM*  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C  r'ZVi.  vsMmtymwbWMmmaawmmimeiek^xwv^ ���������.-/.-������������"- av--j *��������� ���������& ��������� -. -.,.-ma  K. A1DA  <jj>  <���������>  <������>  <$>  Japanese Tailor.  ^ra-avtmarttrmmtttae  Th ��������� mo* t compiete  Fai mers'  Har-'.-fbook anc,- Veierinai-y Guice  o.ver issued     .c.;!t*ni>!e ano prac  tica! in '.orm/tion of the greatest  value to evety lainier.  Thr;-e hiMiiit-e.i ond fifty-eight*  j ub]f.'cij, ofccih wun  tvt;.- y /--ne of  ir>terest c-:r-'G m^rty 01 them lilus  t. atea.  Ctcii s' fc^uit- and Ludys' Tui!->n>d 'Conxxtoo* -non!y finished  in Lrtlept fa -hions-  Ci'.arges Right.  Our  Special  Offes"  ���������uli-eripti'ir'-  \YY off-'*' ������ f'lli \e:n'r  (j thc CUMPKKl.A.XD Nl-,\VS. li flj'Jl  yi-'ii p sui^vci ��������� i'air'in iIjh-. <?rc!iVe-i  v.t tii) WfM'k!;.^. i).-'���������'? .mi'y Herald  ������������������ii'ii. W^Ji JV'-iStMi, o'  Mm tn-nl,   ii,-  .jiiJcHvt; \,.'cir "'lie.'intifu.l - [jioturo.  '���������Qj-f-er' A .fx.-!iicl..r>i. Hi-i (4r--t; <{r-;U.ti  Mil s: d'(i'-fr*-'<v"iind,-j c<jj>v f ���������'Th*-  r rri-.iv'-! Ma uii-,:.: '-ind Vt-ti-vi ��������� ;i r \-  Guide':, all iy $2;;0 A sotini!.-  cpynf 1 In- pi,- '-.re urd b.-uk vnl, t>e  -���������i-'ti at thi*- '-tlii-p.  DUNSMUIR    AVENUE.  ���������������K**$-<^H>������4>M^  r������-w*uT������a-'ji-iJBmwr������/*e*^r.*>-^  Cumberland  M 0 b B" I ���������-HwKHfasw  COR. DUNS U1R AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CU   BER I.AND   1:   C: .."'  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Prop,- tress.  When in Cumberland i>e sure  and stay at the Cumberland  1 , Hotel, First-Class Accomodation for tiiins-ent and permanent boarders.  -8-am pi e-Ro o m s-a-rrd���������Po-D I i e-H ail  Run. in Connection with   Hotel  Rules* ir- nl $1.00 to $2.00 poi   day  -. Cumberland      B.C.  "CUBAN    BLOSSOM',  and Adventure  Ashore and Aflo&t  with        " ��������� www  ROB and GUN  If yon like to read o? the experlenow 0*  anglers, shooters and campers or yachtlan  _orjf_xou^re iaterested In country life, ���������������!_  "your nersdeHer Kr~FdTi'SltTjD'i~jSife6iaj-  oi* write for free specimen copy, or sead  twenty-five, cent* for four weeks trlM trip.  Forest ������nd Stream Is a larie lllustrtMa  weekly lournsl, whlcb eonttins the followtag  departments:  Game Bag and Gun,      Natural History,  Sei and River FithiBlJ,   Yachtinrfc  TheSpj/t-manTourUl, C������.noei������������*J,  Rifle and Trap, Kenonl.  We send free our catalogue of the b������������ books  on outdoor lite and recreation.  COREST AND STRF.AM PUB. CO.  346 Broadwfiy, New Y-������rlt C ������,y.  r  ROM  A  UXIOS M.\l>K, CHJAK  THE���������  Cuban Cigar Factory  /���������iv >;������������������ i'  '*-* .o-vi-.,.  JJS_r_*tr>-- 'V 'lonvf-i  <!:*���������#<( "W   ���������.--W--'*-;JiiiiiU '  The   i.Vv ������������������"*   .'"*.'.''-:'���������'/?   }'i,'-mrt!y. i  "'l!!IC;.'j,-.Hi;l ih\ L '. '-.'i^-it-.- .-|liVvVi.vil!)  ,  ������������������:'������������������������������������.;.   li (iko...    ikjv  M. J.  "300-Sri,  ^ropn.itio*.  Gpo^s C^ttoa R������xit Compmmi  Tho groat liwrii'o Toole, mi  ;(ojjij* k.,.(j ci*ci.u.u iiXii-:jjiy  WM  OUP i.).bU.'ll,  :<t :'i:t 'l nro'.  ,\-v;.'/.'. (Ji-      '.   ' ���������   '   I        ''  pomknru. ^.v'lulirro:'-'-..:. j r:.ii:-'iirr..t, :���������.:..   I TO  CUBE A  COLD  IN OH E T: AY  pV^Vf" ':La'!'"J-{:':Ci-'y":::.������������������<:��������� :-r\     T,";L^Xauve i-.uo,\iu t,������yiMM<; !���������.���������..  v,'.:i(iiifo.  'fcoht hyvii 'in.^rtrit'H tip iiiaikVt a.   '���������    ������������������ ���������    .All ���������liu-.'.-i-". ' r< mii ci tn-.- tm ot l ii  it  : ; Jin oh", on yer, >���������'-, of ������<���������'���������- .    v- ���������< -nonr i -t i w,... ui i'ure.        K   W   ilr.iv/  ���������mdlidfre.  Vr>& V'l&uti ic'Qi'Siilr-.o U&. I n (.h., , |,���������v      ,,r,,  xjortnvrlo "'o-'-^ri \'br.:>nt.o,Q\oi.  *WM  i-i.iM-'isi  tc s fgi.iuuri' is  VIK  llcihilivtor on which womeu can  f��������� donon--.  flold iu tijroe degTWi  ->!*) irt*t oi. oLti.ii'-wh���������No. I, 91'; No. I,  '��������� ^    --i -r* ''"'?>''���������' ��������� :������f- ".-"���������';!��������� ;;���������; Ik1. '\  y .   * y   tQt MKCltli M *i !������.-  L<rj_  Vy     w  wild oy nil dnigaruifi, or vn:&  I     vf        PrcpsVi   ou   n.ooipt o( pi'toc  /      H������      Ft-wpm-jphic*}.'AiW.-VKi-f   fii  ft������IK H!M8IH*<'!Vl,.Toi!0HT0, tjHT. ifomarln XV'  i'tllOr  f.     I ������    I     1.  .*.''' vr* i'*s  mm  4*10.* -i-%*:> |i(  t-.-:>AU o.iiW     ��������� n  r-ITICti.V  ofunit.iiMt.    Kmfmovh**   nt* taulk-  W������i t4������dtwuii*.-ljtl fur uVitiwivv sam*-  JF������am<'I������ t������. Limit  Trlcfcn ������������ the Tra-I*.  IT you Una uutpic twiu* and frog- ,  WnntR of It-iivw- In jrfiiir "uinpl**" ������lrup, j  yi>ti mny ftH������l |������rotty mrt- tlmt It l������ tin j  liu'tmi'in or lint* ln-������������n iiilitliiTntfil.  Pen.  .  pU> wlio inn!������- tln> fMirc nrtlf|# -*f������rif It to  tmri't e\i't\n    '��������� 'iv 'u-m umirr 'lw-* not  hp\e Hair ir. It to prove tbnt It wnd |  ttmde from row* n������!Jk   IStrnfnt-d tioiiey j  With hits of .*iiOil������ in It t������ *iiii|i*H id tht ,  -������>������������������������������������������ muijU'ioii. Toun..t(- Out* Willi i* tin ,  Irnf on top of tbe hot  Is tcolber IB-  ���������tniw**  i  k'-^ffi  P"v^'-#|  liV.*-*:^  'V!,^vrt"{/*,r*������:.*M^  'iiJ.'-/>vi* J" ^ <������������',-*������.'1  fe" ���������-i-!i:^.������'.-.:.V������*LC*  Wi**i*m'W-'^**te\*u_x:-.l  ���������jJ'ttm^JK**'  ���������/'���������v'r, i ������������������ -3** rb   . .V   ���������  ���������o,i. ���������   ,'    ;������������������    -  -':  y    .  ,    :    4, ,<i*if/'*'.'.VV*l*.-v.f?  Ss-i-^ale-Wi^-i-  LVvJifefiS'  r*   V*IWWV*viw.'**-  ,,   -, 'y...,  i      , ������->  . ' . *     -   +r%" *  ^r"'-TKJ  l*     ,     #*&1  m.  t *-   1  liiHip;  oi'"(*eo<eii Wifel^ki-es.  The hUi-joOrtb BAY GO  C>|.i   A --.r-r   **\   *,_���������>���������   *% ^i^^������*������n#-������-s-, tsw������irR������������-"'"W'-i  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  BRAIN AND  IM  Dependent on Certain Elements of  Mature,  which are found in  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  1113 Christian Scientists are right  enough wueu Uiey ciami mat tuv-  muu influences tne buuy.  Worry, exccsoive n.eiKal toil and  strong emotions consume nervous energy at au enormous uite.  'iwst of nnnil ana body is essential  for the restoration ot an exhausted  nervous system.  But. the mind is dependent on the  bram, and the brain in turn is a  bundle ot* nerve cells, which are no'ur-  isned and sustained by pure, rich  blood. Hence the absolute necessity  oi' supplying tee elements from which  blood is made.  inese elements of nature which go  to form new rich blood and revitalize  wasted and depleted nerve (jells are  found in splendid proportions in Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food.  By using this great food cure you  supply the material substances from  which are found brain and nerve  force. '  By all means have a cheerful, hopeful mincl, but do not depend on this  to make you strong and well or you  will b?. terribly disappointed when it  is forever too late.  it may take weeks, or even months,  to thoroughly restore your health  with Dr, Chase's Nerve Food, but you  can be absolutely certain that every  dose of this great food cure is at least  of some benefit to you.  Mrs. \V. It; Sutherland, St. Andrew's, Man., writes: "In February,  U'U'J, I was stricken with paralysis,  teil helplessly en the floor and had to  be carried to bed. The doctor pronounced it a bad case as I had no  power in my tongue or left leg. I remained in that condition i'or six  months without obtaining benefit from  the doctor's prescriptions or other  meriicines.  "My husband advised me to try Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food and by the use  ol this treatment -all symptoms of the  disease disappeared. I can now talk  plainly, ny leg is all right and I can  do my housework."  The healthful complexions, the  well-rounded forms, the energy and  elasticity ot* movement characteristic  of persons who have used Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food are the strongest evidence of its wonderful restorative influence. 50 cents a box. at all dealers,  or Edmanson, .Bates &  Co., Toronto.  THE NEW PARD  GETS AN OPTION  t     He Was an Expert in Mineralogy but  Failed to Locate His Claim.  The New Pard Gets an Option.  .Fired  with an exalted    opinion of  iiis own worth, and laden   with    the  burden of what he  did not know, a  youthful disciple of the    science    of  mining blew into cobalt recently. His  garb was what convention ruled:  h'e  had corduroy   trousers, and his   leg-  ���������gings were of tan leather.    He even  ��������� carried a little pick, so that all might  -ri-Htia-w-ihe-J-,vas-a-nuning_man^_^aiLilQi.  The Ross Rifle.  In   conducting   experiments with a  new    cartridge   adapted to the Ross  line some remarkable    results   have  been obtained.   A muzzle velocity of  I 2,7 US   feet  per  second was  obtained,  ' as compared with a velocity of 2,000  feet per second given by the present  j service   ammunition.      The   tremendous advantage this cartridge will give  to troops provided with it is so great  that it is difficult for the lay mind to  grasp.   It makes it poss-^ie for a fixed  sight to be used up to a 700 yd range.  A SPRING   DANGER.  the;good people at home sent him  forth to make his fortune, assuring  .him of ample funds should he find a  property of worth upon which to ex-  <.ert his energies?  .Bill and Joe, "pardners," were  ���������standing on the street when he walked up tlie hill.   They knew the breed.  "I say it's quartz." said Bill.  "it's calcite," said Joe.  "No, it ain't,' "No, it ain't." said  Bill again, and he waved a piece of  Cobalt silver ore all covered with  bloom before the 'eyes of the new arrival.  The man who had a tender heart  ���������for the ignorance of others stopped,  ' hesitated, and finally walked towards  ��������� the disputants,  "Say, pard," said Bill, "know anything about rock?"  ".Well, I should,'" said the learned  one.   "I've   been   to   the   School of  ��������� Mines,"  "You're the man we want," said Joe;  ' "tell us -whether this Is quartz or cal-  '���������eito."  The Ininiaculate youth finally decided the rock was calcite, and then  went on to remark: "This is the decomposition produce of cobalt, Cobalt bloom, easily recognized by Its  delicate pink color. If one heats It 1t  becomes blue.   Where did you get It?"  "Found i'i, a month ago on a claim  ���������of which we just got. a record. We're  holding It nf fUio.000.  "Oh, I can negotiate n hundred  tliousnni tor n claim If its worth it."  "You lint, your boots this one's worth  li," suid Mill: "but we don't wnnt no  fooling with this option business,  "Miu. if .Vou j^'ive tin.- an option 1 will  pay yon for It. I must hnvo tin option  before 1 can mako a cU'til."  "\V"ll," said .Ion, "you give m fifty  <!nlliirn for a ion days' option on this  lii'iilii'ils' and  we'll sign."  "No! with in-," Haiti Mill. ".Makes  il  Sinn nnd 1 will go you."  So tin* tonus woro agreed upon, nud  ihe youth bt'cntiii' the holder of ti pleee  Ut   pit pi'!-,  Tin' following duy, poi'splrlng, ho  lloundered from tho woods on tlio  shores of KiiHiit'innu'a Lako, wlioiv ho  found' n couple of follows hitting u  drill.  "Could you gent lemon toll nm the  lnoiiliiy nl tin' Atiiicoiidii inhn-, lining  Hi.' KiiiithoaHi oornor of tlio north half  of lm 7, In lit It ooncoHslon of Cole-  lr.iuf."'  Tlio tnlii.mm thought for n whllo,  when on*- of llii'tu  said:  "Woll, pnrd,  *'      "���������'���������   '   '   ' .i.....   i-,t   itii,.   Inr.-,lit"    T  ciifMs it mi'Mt imvi' boon Amik in tlto  bottom ni Un- luko mit tbere in ino  yonr ono.'  "Oh, u,,i; i .iiinul b, ," ,s.iM th-' yo���������:'!..  "I huvo uu option on it. I must bun'  up tin' in. i   ..'ho nro to son tm* t'-t.  |lltljl������Oi,������    .i.i.,   lino   tint   .in....,    ,.,'  I'p to thi!" li.- haw luu tiatit I tlo-ri;,  ���������'I'oroiit-. i,i .wo.  A  Spiking Silence.  "Whnt   mnl--'    you   i bin!;   tl ji*   I ti 1  i.ui- i-  'it  '."-���������  "I wan in tb" noxt room tu liiui ;>nd  I , I ������      Kilt,     . I i I ��������� I       ��������� ���������     . .������ '  , i . >.     > ��������� ' ���������        '������������������'���������        ��������� ���������     ��������� .  KlIfllCOH."      I.IIo,  I.iitt-t rop-it'. irutti Tr.i'i-r.'i'i'ii-i i  n.iv ���������liiiil many wonn-'i im* biiii,, ������>u' ���������  ,-iti,f'i daily.  Many People Weaken Their Systems  by  Dosing With  Purgative  __���������_______���������Medicines. ���������~���������������������������-  A spring medicine seems to be a  necessity. Nature demands it as an  am to enriching th blood and carry-  cumulated during the indoor life of  tne winter mouths. Thousands of  people, recognizing the necessity for  a spring medicine, dose themselves  with harsh, griping purgatives. This  is a mistake. Ask any doctor and he  will tell you that the use of purgative medicines weakens the system  and cannot possibly cure disease. In  the spring the system needs building  up���������purgatives weaken. The blood  should be made rich, red, and pure-  purgatives cannot do this. What is  needed is a tonic, and the best tonic  medical science has yet devised is  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Every close of  this medicine actually makes new,  rich blood, and this new blood  strengthens every organ and every  fm'rt of the borly. That Is why these  pills banish pimples and unsightly  skin eruptions. That is why they  cure hea'daches and backaches,  rheumatism and neuralgia and a host  of other troubles that come from poor,  watery blood. That ls why men nnd  women who use Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills eat well and sleep well .tnd feel  active and strong, Mrs; Aliert E.  Sampson, L'ArdolsG, N.S., says: "I  have used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  with the greatest benefit. I know of no  other mediclno that enn equal them  in building up people who are weak  or run down,"  When buying n box of those pills  see that the full nnmo, Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale People, ls printed  ow tho wrapper nrotmrl tho box. You  ran get the puis from nny medicine  flffilor or bv mnll nt !>fl cents n box or  fltv boxom Tor %'i,",u fi">ni the Dr. >Vlb  Hams' Modiclno Co,, Brockvlllo,, Ont.  Churchul and Victoria.  Whon Lord Unndnlph Churchill wns  loadi i of tho house of commons he  was n somewhat. uncoiiveiiMoiitil occil-  pnnt of thnt exnlU'i'l post, according  to n story In Iho biography by his son,  "I nm commanded by tho Quoon,"  finlil Lord Iddosiolgb, writing to Lord  Kuudolpli from Liitltiioral, "tu say tlmt  I for Majesty was greatly amused hy  tho contents of your despatch box lust  night. I supposo you won't understand this messngo without, Home explanation���������tlu-re wns a liberal sprinkling of lobucco In it:"  Mlnsrd's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Cure for Tuberculofcii.  |-   Pi'oi'iiiNsoi'   L. Ciiii.i...... j,  -   i-romln-  I out. Kronoh physician v.*bo hns recent-  iv     mud"    HUH."    llll!,',, '    '.'   'Us.-'OVOl'l'"-  j hi tno iroiitiuoiit "i ���������.'������������������ .<i..ii������i.ii.., i.)  1 '���������'i'i!i to bo a visitor ;.*��������� Now York,  'o'.n'OH Ditpuy, of i!i" Mai in, who  a. ri vol In .N'i'iv York Iumi woolc said  'fin' jo, Onnn-lgui- is coining to dent-  < tij-.tr.ii-, iho oiioc'lvi'iicsn of his curo.  On" rit Mi"'Odd Ingi'i-dlonis of the  ;���������!'. .iiinii'.-; ,'iii':io:.in i* iii" jui������v ot' a  ''������������������>",i!n   l:!tn!   of   mil.     According  to  M"     !)i|!,!lv     US*.   '������aUirig'l"   bits   cilli'd  h'ltIK-   Of   Hi,.   IIIOKI    lldVatlOod   CSIHOH   of  ' -',"M���������:.<i-.f    ������i,ji'    tho   French iiciul-  o;:,y nt M<"llMro- could find,  Minard'������ Liniment Cures Burnt, etc.  A  Buried City.  The Ameer of Afghanistan has left  Jeilalabad with two troops, of his bodyguard for Daranow. Soon after his  arrival at Jeilalabad the Ameer is said  to have received a letter from his son,  Prince inayatuila Khan, announcing  that while constructing a road in the  Kohistan Illaqua treasure was'"found  at 'the village of Zama, cousisiug of  gold and silver coins of ancient kings.  .Two companies of sappers and miners  had been despatched under me command of Col. Mohamad Na.bi Khan to  guard the treasure.  Another letter lias now been received from Sardar Abdulla Khan  l'okhi, Governor of Balakh, stating  that while some peasants were preparing their land for cultivation, they  came upon some ruins which on fur-  -her examination, proved to be wall  enclosures of a ruined city. The governor himself visited the spot and  tound the ruins of a large city with  some gold coins, the inscription on  which nobody could read.  The grey-bearded Afghan Turks  said they had heard from their ancestors that a large Kaffir city existed  in the vicinity, which had been destroyed long since, and that in the  ruins were buried the treasure of the  Kaffir kings. Some of the coins Were  sent to the Ameer lor inspection.    *  'lnis discovery was also regarded  as a good omen by the Ameer, and he  has written to the governor to guard  the place well and make excavations  to discover the treasure, ordering that  everything found is to be despatched  with care to Kabul.  The snowfalls in Afghanistan have  this year been very good, promising  good crops. *  Be there a Will Wisdom Points the  Way.���������The sick man pines for relief,  but he aisniies sending for the doctor,  which means bottles of drugs never  consumed. He has not the resolution  to load his stomach with compounds  which smell villainously and taste  worse." But if he have the will to  deal himself with the ailment, wisdom  will direct his attention to Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, which, as a specific  for indigestion #and disorders of the  digestive organs, have no equal.  A Story with a Moral.  An English manufacturer of pottery  is the subject of a joke told in the  Liverpool Post. While on a continental tour he purchased a Sevres  vase for some hundreds of pounds,  and brought it home most carefully.  Thinking that the fpreman of his  w_orks_ might gather  some hint from  tho'designTlie calIM~ClTax~irotl"5nratr  in and showed him his treasure.  "How do you like it?" he asked. The  foreman took the vase in his hand,  turned it over and returned it with  the brief reply, "I don't think that I  can learn much from it." "Why not?"  asked the manufacturer. "I don't like  telling you, you, sir." "Come���������out with  it.''- "Well, I designed that vase myself, it is a foreign imitation of our  own work, and is worth ������5 at the  outside."  Too Many People Dally With Catarrh.  ���������It strikes one like a thunderclap, develops with a rapidity that no other disease does. Dr, Agnew's Catarrhal Powder is the radical, quick, safe and pleasant cure that tho disease demands. Use  the means, prevent Its deep-seating and  years of distress. Don't dally with catarrh. Agnew's gives relief in ten minutes.   60 cents."���������97  When hoyaay   i r������������veii������ in Japan.  There hits existed in Japan for  niftiiy centuries a curious law to the  effect that whenever the Emperor or  Empress appears 1a. public no other  I-eison should seem to occupy a higher place than this member of the  lioyal family; therefore on such occasions the shutters of all the upper  storeys were drawn, and the upper  parts of the houses past which the  itoyal party moved were seemingly  deserted.   This law is still In effect,  NO MISTAKE  ABOUT THIS CASE  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   CURE   A  YOUNG   MAN   WHO   HAD  REACHED A VERY CRITICAL STAGE OF KID-  NEY DISEASE.  His Case was More Serious than he  Thought, but Thanks to Dodd's Kidney Pills he Is Well and 8trong Now.  Bt. Loollii, CJIo. Co., N. H-, April 10���������  ���������.Special.)--Mr. Patrick Downing, of  lhis plnco, is a young mnn only  twenty yours of ago, but some time  ago kidney dlsoaso had lilm firmly In  Iti grip nnd had It not boon for Dortd'H  Kidnoy PIIIh ho would probably not  have been nllvo to-tiny.  "I think tlio cause of my troublo  was overwork," says Mr. Downing,  iinywiiy It began with a heavy drugging pain in my back nml ncross my  loins. Thou I wus subject: to bond-  actios, crump in tlio   muscles,   dizzy  0'ivn.i  iiim   ������t;,ihil<J,-j-]   l-lii  i   iV.lt  in,   iui  r.n'','r.", I'.ut tin- worf't "���������yrnptoiri of  my case was whon I noticed that nty  tirlnu was streaked with blood, then  I know that, my kidneys wero aitoctuil.  Hearing of Doild's Kidney Pills I sent  ft ir Komi* nml I nm pionsod to say (lie  pains hnve nil gono slnco using thum  Mid I am well aud strong as ovor I  was."  ���������1     r  ���������i     1..  Twenty-five years ago it was difficult to  Sell spring wheat flour for pastry at any price.  People didn't want it���������they were using  soft, winter wheat flour, and saw no reason  for changing.  But hard wheat flour was persistently  pushed and prejudice has been overcome.  The women tried it, succeeded with it and  appreciated it.���������To-day hard wheat flour is  the favorite for pastry as well as for bread.  The flour that is doing the most for  the reputation of hard wheat flour is the  brand known as  Ogilvie's Royal Household  It is hard wheat flour at its best���������milled  by modern methods, retaining all of the  good of the wheat and none of the bad���������  it is without an equal for every kind of  baking in which flour is used.  Talk to your grocer about it���������if he  isn't enthusiastic it's only because he isn't  informed.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Limitsr���������  MONTREAL.  ' ������������������Ogilvie's Book for a Cook," contains 130  pages of excellent recipes, some never before  published. Your grocer cao tell you how to  get it FREE. 4  cago capitalist-* have formed a gigantic independent steel plant, to be located at Lorian, Ohio, by which means  they propose to fight the United States  steel corporation,  I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT  the BEST LINIMENT in use.  I got my foot jammed lately. I  bathed it well with MINARD'S LINIMENT, and It was as well as ever  next day.  Yours very truly,  t. g. Mcmullen.  Tlio total cost of 1111 epidemic of ty-  phoiil lover in Lincoln, lOngliitul, lust  your, was $00,000.  It Is tho Farmer's Frlond.���������Tho farmer will Und In Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Uii a potont romody for wounds or  imtns In the body or for affections of  the respiratory organs and for household uso generally. Mo will also Hnd  It a convenient friend in treating Injured horses, cnttlo, etc., or relieving  tlioni when attnckod by colds, coughs  or any kindred ailments to which  thoy aro subject.  llie aoronautH Dure and "Horrors  'riihi'l in an attempt to cross tlio Mini-  itei'i'iiiioan in 11 balloon,  DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED,  by local applications,   as    thoy   cannot  reach   tho   dlm-amd portion of tho ear.  Thore In only ono way to euro doafnoin.  and that In by contitltutional romodloi.  Deafnof-R In cauied by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When thin tube li Inflamed  Inflammation can bo taken out and this  hearlnR. and when It is entirely oloaed,  DonfnciM In the result, and unless the  I inflnmmnllon enn be taken out and this  I tube restored to   Its   normal   condition,  1 hearlnR will be destroyed  forever; nine  I oases out of ten are oauied by Catarrh,  1 wVilr-b U nothlni** but an Inflamed con-  dltlon of ttie inucuuM MuitMcu-i.    ���������  1    Wp vf\\\ Vive Cine HnnrtrAd Hollars for  ��������� any case of Deafnesstcaused by Catarrh)  1 that cannot bo curod by Hairs Catarrh  I Cure.   Bend for circulars free.  I F. J. CHENEY _  CO., Toledo, O.  1    Bold by Drufurlsts, 7Bo. xi   At  Take Hnll's Family Pills for constipation  ! Col. Uitthhort bus voluniiiiiiy iiim-h  the lilamo for injurios Kiislniiieil by  Lieut. (Vliirk Kennedy in luizing at  Aldorsliot.  Another Idol Tottering.  Another famous saying is now disputed. Dr. Miller Magulre contends  that the Duke of Wellington never  said, "Waterloo was won on the playing lields of Eton." "Wellington himself know very little of the" playing  fields at Eton. It Is quite true that  he was for a brief period at the famous school, but when his mother discovered that he was making  no progress whatever there, either at  games or at lessons, he was removed  at about, the age of fifteen, and Bent  to another school In Brussels, whore  he learned most of what he knew, At  least a score of the leading officers of  the British army who wero tho Duke's  contemporaries know ovon loss about  Eton than ho dld.���������N.Y. Tribune.  Mlnard's .Liniment .Cures .Dandruff.  llio St. Votorsburg police havo confiscated tlio Polar Stnr, a weekly  papor.  Tho governor of OiIohhii Iiiih I alien  prcfaiit Ions n gal nut further attacks on  ill-:   .1- W...  'Iln> lb-rim puli-e nutlinriti'-o nre  weekly ox|'i'lliti������ irom /IO to UO Hns*  sii n r*������fu������f.'- fr.tni Berlin.  I'.liitriiiil 1'iiuiiiei-rs propone to transmit, power to .roluinm-fthuri* across 700  milin of country.  Sunlight Soup is better tlmiif other  '1 -tonps,  but is lu-st when used in tlio  SiuiIikIii wny.    Hny Sunlight Soup   ml  ' follow directions.  The health of 1-riiice Von Htielow  I of (Jermnny continues to Improve.  'the next Russian loan will aggregate fi<������2,000,000.  CAUGHT COLD  0NTHEC.P.R.  A, E. Mumford tells how Psychlne  cured him after the Doctors  gave him up  " It Is twelve years since Psychlne oured  me of galloping consumption." The  speaker was Mr. A. E. Mumford, six feet  tall, and looking just what ho is a husky  healthy farmer. He works his own farm  near Magnetawan, Ont.  " I caught my cold working as a fireman  on ths C.P.R." he continued. "I bad  night sweats, chills and fever and frequent*  ly coughed up pieces of my lungs. I was  sinking fast nnd the doctors said there  waa no hope for me. Two months treatment of Psychlne put me right on my teat  and I havo hod no iciuiu 0/ iunu uoubii*  since,"  If Mr. Mumford had started to take  Psychlne when he first caught cold he  would have saved himself a lot of anxiety  and suffering. Psvuhlne cures all lung  troubles by killing the (Terms���������the roots of  the Uiseaie. I  PSYCHINE  (Pronounctd SI-Iims)  50c. Per Bottle  law ���������!��������� ���������< *antf ���������*-all tfruKtlsie.  OH. T. h* S100UM, UmlH Tin** THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Hfi.  one of tne most popular suburbs of  Winnipeg. Wiih Uic careful fulfilment of the plans of tbe company It  will truly become "The Suburb Beautiful," and will be an admirable addition to what the city and provincial'  authorities are doing in this district  in their new city park-.and agricultural  college.  ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL  WINNIPEG SUBUR  District , Around    New    Agricultural  College to be Called Tuxedo Park.  Many facts are daily bringing to our  notice the advancement,  of Canada's  Western   metropolis the    City    of  Winnipeg���������and not least, among these  indications of advancement is the establishment by the Government of  Manitoba of an agricultural college,  an institution that has long been desired and anxiously awaited by a large  number of progressive Western farmers. ...',.  ���������In the year 1900 the necessity for an  institution to be devoted to the practical teaching of ...agricultural science  had become so evident that the Legislature of Manitoba appointed a commission to investigate and report upon the wisdom and advisability of establishing and maintaining such an institution and also upon the most improved and modern method of conducting it, as well as the probable cost.  After careful consideration of the  results of the 'investigation,, the commission reported unanimously in favor of such an agricultural college,  'emphasizing the advantage of the  knowledge to be derived from scientific, theoretical and practical instruction and it's power to make farming  more successful.  The ultimate outcome of this report  ���������was the passing of a bill in the session ���������which followed its reception, the  first part of which reads as follows:  "There shall be established in the  Province of Manitoba, at such place  as the Lieutenant-Governor-in-Council  may decide, a school to be called  'The   Agricultural    College   of Mani-  buildings^Tuxedo Park,  Winnipeg, (.Looking South)  ^iyiniityt|i tRntmwf nm 1 %? m v ��������������������� *r w������w i ��������� i ���������������������.������.��������� W"V y "WJ  which tne parks board is laying out in  botanical and zoological gardens, having already transferred^ the buffalo,  nioos-i and deer tnere.   "���������  'Hie growth of the new suburbs around the Western metropolis is very  rapid, and amongst the most attractive of these will be Tuxedo Park.  which is situated on the south bank  ot the Assiniboine River, on property  considered by both the city and provincial authorities, in niaidng their  selections, as most suitable for park  site and college grounds. When completed this suburb will be to Winni-  Main  Building���������Manitoba Agricultural College.  Unity by Commerce.  London.���������-In proposing the health of  Sir John Forrest, treasurer of Australia at a dinner in his honor. Lord  Htrathcona said the ��������� various colonies  'had a community of interests. AL  tuough a friendly rivalry existed between them they mutually desired  each other's prosperity, and would all-  unit-.* for the general prosperity of  the''empire.' Sir John Forrest. saiL,  Lord  Strathcoita had .sounded  a  true-  note when he spoke  existing*, between  the  ' *'���������"  empire  fions of the  belonged    o  of.the sympathy  constituent, na-  Whether  thoy  Canada,    South    Africa,  Australia. New Zealand or any part  of the British empire their watchword   was   the   maintenance  and  In-  ' Old Time Subjects '  Buffalo at Winnipeg's new City Park.  Speedway.  Assiniboine Drive.  Agricultural   College  Grounds  (Looking  West)  toba,' for instruction in the theory  and practice of agriculture, horticulture, forestry, etc."  The bill also called for the expenditure of upwards o'f two hundred und  lU'ty thousand dollars on buildings  alone. The site- that has been selected comprises approximately one hundred and thirty acres of high and dry  property In the centre ol' Winnipeg's  newest suburb-���������'���������Tuxedo Park ���������lying  eastward from the new City Park,  which Is-of. some three hundred acres  in extent and situated on the western  boundary of the  new  suburb.  Tlio buildings now 1n courso of erection are; Main building, principal's  resuionco, science, dairy and live  stock auditoriums, horse and cattlo  Darns and power house; those, including campus and nrbitrus, will cover  nn uroa of twenty noron, while tho  balnnco���������ono hundred and sevotiteeu  acres���������will bo devoted lo experimental work in determining tho valuo of  all now varieties of graiiiH, gnoses,  roots, etc,, also to it demonstration of  tlio poiwlbllltlos and to the testing o  lnrgo und small fruits, as woll nt  shrubs, oriiiimoni;nl plants nnd fores  trees peculiar to the cllmiito.  Tho courso-- that will bo taught In  the different dopiirlmonlH are ns follows; Theory und prueiloo of ngt'l-  culture, liort'lcuUiiro nnd forestry;  the clini'iictorlHtles, euro, bro'edlng nnd  numagompnt of farm animals; butter  and choose* milking; domi'stle science;  construction ami uso of btilldliigfi,  fences, dralnnga systems, machinery,  tools, otc��������� 'requisite on a farm, also  as much English nnd niatliemuticH  ns aro nocoasury to successful farming.   Tim   dopai'tmuiit   of   domestic  peg what Parkdale is to Toronto and  Westmount is to Montreal, and the  broad boulevards, extensive lawn and  suade trees, athletic grounds, golf  links, wide diagonal streets and river  frontage will remind one of Washington, D.C., U.S. A., a city far-famed fo  its verdant beauty. x\n entirely new  departure will be the speedway, which  will provide tl) regular roadway; (2)  bridle path; ('���������!) horse speedway; (I)  automobile speedway, as well as walks  nnd boulevards.  While on the western boundary Is  tegrity of the empire. The sentiment  however was not now sufficient to  bind us together. He felt that.unity  must be.maintained on a commercial  T5"asr������7  Will Be Severe on Anarchists.  Washington.��������� 'Anarchism, in the  United States will be put down with  a firm hand. The information has  reached the government officials here  that large numbers of Italian anarch-'  ists   have  arrived   at  San   Francisco  Mid Baltimore and the authorities  have adopted extreme measures to apprehend theso men. , Tho Italian government through its consul at, Balti-.  more has furnished the name of one  man whom it regards as particularly  dangerous, and the immigration officials are bending ovory effort to capture him. It is believed here that be  is the ringleader of the band that hits  come to America through Iho port of  Baltimore,, and his apprehension i?  regarded as of special importance..  'llie,  lony;    expected    aniioiinroineiit''  of (lie open do'iv iii Manchuria it* con,  iLieutlv believed to bo imminent.  'The Lunch Hour'  Feeding the moose at tho JJoo In Winnipeg's new City Park.  science Ih entirely n now idoa In connection wltli nn agricultural college.  'I hero will bo a building wholly devoted to fills work, where farmers*  daughters and others will be thoroughly instructed 1n this science, under  the nbio direction of exports from  the  Maodonald institute   of   fiuelph,  Tuxedo  Boulevard.  Power Houie���������-Manitoba Agricultural College.  Ontario,  Tlio mention of tho college will bo  ndniirnblo, direct communication bo-1  ing made with tho city via tlio River  ve anil Portage avo, linos of the  Winnipeg Electric Street Hallway,  pinna for the extension of which, from  ttiei.* prt'Hont terminal-* to tho new  City Park, havo boon npprovetl. The  former will conllnuo west on tho  ������������������filth bank of the Asulnlbolno, Iho  intor crossing   the   river   via   the  :>vd "o-flor-nl tvnfl'lo. for tbo bulUllne  of vhioh the Manitoba government  has iiindo n grant of forty thousand  dollars, TlioKo extensions nru to  cross Tuxedo Park ontrnnco, and in  k t doing will puss (ho Agricultural  College ui Minimum,  This new city park Is yetlj another  evidence of Western progress ami ox-  piiiiHlon, The vovy rapid growth of  \\ nnil peg during recent, years has  ivie'.f iho InliubltauiH realize Unit In  file tie-o- ititiiivt the rfiioHilnti of neeiir-  ing public lecieiiiiou grounds will, ow-  iv- to tlie continually increaidng ex-  pausliin of tli������ cite, |n. neither an  I'tify nor tin inexpenylvo matter, so  ihe,i council lui" taken lime by tim  rorelock and purchased three hutt-  died acres in this part of tho city,  situated tho City Park, tho custom  sido ot Tuxedo Park has for lis bound-  iii'y iho now Hudson's Hay lino of the  Canadian Northern Hallway and also  the Canadlnn Paclllc Hallway, and  both theso companies will build stations and establish a suburban service IniniodluloJy tlio trafllo warrants  It. This, with tho advantage of tho  trolley lines, practically bringing tho  city right to Its door; Its river frontage and the proximity of tlio now City  Park, promiso to mako Tuxedo Park  Wan( Change in Coacting Lnwo,  Montreal.���������In view of lite fact that  tlio (.'iiiiiiiliiui La I;-' trade is being (Ik-  criminated against, the rule from Kor.  William   to   IliilTalo being   iwo  cent*  per bushel on grain un eompnieil will  Canadian   vessel owtieiB  rale ot 1!'4<  imtn  Fori   William  to Conrglan   Hnj  Ports , there 1h ii movement1 on foot  hem to ask tho abrogation or the pres  out coasting laws, thus allowing Un  lied States lake craft  to carry  from  Fori William to Canadian poit������.  .'���������>>-   ,+     *      V     '  ���������J>'.'.-<<*   If -'N>       >''',',  'lit r        *'      ,'     '  ^^^fl^ammmm_.  wW$*%>'t*h+<-  *   s  \     .:  ������������������I'm  ,_ty7_^_tv' '*$, ^-H*'*''���������  g _**��������� '*>**' __\  ttJjUdsiij  >���������,  ���������mrnoM'-^  *****    -    ���������   ���������*WM������������t?.1-������*^. s-fa  fc ���������   :*    fc<-*   *?-,  Science  Department��������� Manitoba Agricultural College '>*!.* --''������������������I.*.fiS*Sa^^  *^w^-^*ff^ttej  i&&rfa&.--'''m**.>  T^,,gmL,CipmM BHITISH  COLUMBIA  ?/  1  ������  h' ^VnVM^w  t*'-v  InTJZ  ID*.   j_rLi*������&S___l tS^aaat *,  b(& "jy-ytp^ssr -w re*'** *���������*������.,������������'"  ^wfet'^ijtawtaf**  twee  We havr; just open*  ed the finest stock of  Shoes ever shown in  the district.  Mens' Womens' and  Childrens', in all  qualities and styles,  |]P      Call and see them.  Estate of Robert Duncan of  Sandwick, Comox District  l'EUEASKD   INTESTATE  TAKE NOTICE that letters ot admin  istraiion of the personal esute of the said  Robert Duncan who died on the 14th day  of February 191*6, have been granted by  the Supreme eV-nrr t-f British' Columbia  to Eric Duncan u* Sandwick . aforesaid,  and th r, all persons h.i.vin'* claims against  the estate are r quired to send full particulars thereof to the said Eric Duncan  at Sind\������. jck on o before the 21 st day of  August 1906, after which dale the Admin  isirator will distribute the estate having  regard only to claims of which he shall  have received noii'te. All monies o.vmg  to the deceased are payable forthwith to  the undersigned.  ERIC DUNCAN, Administrator.  j\*4 Sandwick B.C., May 31, 1906.  IMPORTANT NOTICE!  S even   Sutherland   Sisters  h g to announce to the ladies   and   gentlemen of Cumberland that tt evhave made ar-  raigemen's with   A. H   Peacey,   Drugais1-,  uiui wili hold daily demonstrations  for t ������o  weeks coui'iiencing Wednesday Juno 20c h,  regarding tr atment; of the Hair and S.:alp.  Thi-y respectfully invite Everyone to c.dl and  0'iuKuH with them     (Jouu md seetheLouV,  B'fiut fu! Hiir grown by   the   ua-*   of   th������  Seven    Sutherland    Sisters'  Mail" Grower,, and  Hair and'  ScaSpC Jeaner.   Canadian H ad Ot-  fiu;!, 11 eoliit.ru    street, Toronto.     J. H  Baiey, Foreign Mauager.  R 0 y a I B a rj k of C a 17 a da  Capital (paid up),. $3,000,000  Reserve Fund ���������'.-..;..,8f4S7,lW  Total Assets ,. 86,873,576  T.E.KENNY, I'rksiu-mt. E L T>f?A<&>  n  ���������  '..  .       ' *" u ' KA*jfi. Gkn-sral Mahaob  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department---Deposit,- of gi aud upwards received -   Inter..* .)  lowed at current rates, compounded twioe each yoar on 30th June and 318t Dao9ml,������"  Drafts ou all points bought and sold, weosmber.  H P. WILSON, XUtuoM.  OFFICE HOURS  10 to 3;    Saturday 10 to 12; open   Pay Nights 7 p m to 9p -������  Cheap  CREAM &  CURRANT  Campbells  5c.  LOAF  BREAD  lOo    a   loaf  13 for $1 .O  M:inceti Steak Pies on Saturdays  >|,II���������W**i*tJ������-*tlUr���������.'    l������^-i������.OIWUW**.iA*  PUNSMU.R AVEHU  V; OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  ���������'��������� t,o day** from date I intend to apply  io the II n. Chief Commisioner of  Lands and Works for ������������������*. twenty-one (21)  year lease of the following described land  for the purpose of Oyster culture, copi-  rnencing fit a post planted on the Easterly shore of Von Donopc Cienk, Cortes  Island, thence following- the shore line  around head of creek to a point opposite  initial post thence to place of commence-  nient, enclosing 3no acres, more or less.  JOHNV,('lJN ARSON.  paMi1wwwi������wwi','W^,,W'ft*w^?:^va^T.r^^#rf.-.,^iij|������^w<������������������iiaiirv<ran*.������i'  /car Advertiser-?, ���������who wnnt their ad  cHan^od, ������hoold v,ox 001.7,* in by  $ a.m, dav before lGsun.  Thc Editor will not he rtftponaible for tho  riowa, sontimonti.', or dny ovroraof composition of letter cun<���������,'(;<>i .li-ntu,  Job Work Strictly C. 0. .0,  Transient Ado Qcuh in Advance.  ISSUKU KVKKY WKDNRMI.1AY.  pubacription  $m ,ooa yoar  mamBm*mMmmam*wa*m*miawem������mimm^  Tho re-cent ilieckiHiiicH by the  cotnniicflion lo oihjuho into tho  ment combine -iiftih.ulH nro of m re*  volling a character that oin* ulmol  coftHPB to jiIhco confidence in uny-  thin-.; put up and fold under tlie  name of preserved or canned food.-*  That -Hitch ihii)^* have* gone on for  lonp without bolng detected ciuiko  tunny jieoplo to iloubtthe truth ot  tlio Httituiiioiitii now being linulii,  but tlio cor.ditjoii of tbingri in ililw  roBpocl has lor Iouk burn (purily nt  least) iHippecied, but who could bo  Jouml tu null me tint ( \\ liu brave  enough to talk against (he unlimited money, nnd fur reaching influen  ci* of   thu   Combine    ?   IVividen'.  llrmemv't li'������o f|i-mi������ v.'b'-l   nn   ntbnr  pian cait'd or d.irad to do. In perfect ftarl������HMienH tiiid with Htipretne  C'ntempt fur the co'iH-jqucr.i tv,  thinking only v,i rijshiiiij- 11 Ki^antio  (rivil, Im Li> 1 uii tin.'   .v.ImI  cov������r-  Illf flO'l) th" ff   tClillJf tn.'.i-n  of   cm  r option, mid   lu id   bam  nnilimU  that, were   liny   pra'-'i.-ed   atut.Hg  primitive ractH, would   mean  cot-  4|ll 4������4tU U������   \{i.o   \Hityblli\XOX*   i\\  .A. LABG-E STOCK! OW  Rods,  Reels, Lines, Casts, Flies, Fly books  a lot more than  was ordered.  To GetRId-of These  Goods they will be Bold  cheap foa Cash for the next Ten Days.  __  ' ������  T. D. McLean, p~chmak6r  Cumberland B.C.  covered with ftBhes and dust-���������has a  dust flue through which til the dust  and ashes escape when you shake  down the fire.  This heater is so easify regulated *nd operated,  and so dean, that it makes the entire household  bright and genial.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Bookie* freo,  LONDON,    TOBONTO,    MONTREAL,    WtNNIPEO,    VANCOUVER,  ST,   JOHN.    IUMILT0N.  I������M������***WWIIMW^^  L H. TARB-IL*  Sole Agent  tho hands of jtu'tly infiiritited pop-  ulnae. But in our sti'poT civilised  world, it is not tho populace who  hnvo been poigonod wlio I ilk nf  rcialiiitioii, but the monoyod ghouls  thoiriHolvcH, whose diVgu-Hini* mot-  htuls of acLjtiirii'i* wealth Bhould  forever damn them in the  ovch   of  he Wfiym nnd meiaifby which con-  mi mors should he protecti-d Irom  Iho stiiiilleHt, chance of contaminat-  ol eatables. Not only in tho form  of can nod uood-**, but nn fresh meal,  fruit etc, for eturiefi occai-ioit,*illy  crop up of lump���������jntv henf been t-old  flo**h of cnttlo an  tl h .ii  which hnvo  tho world, hnvo tbiw been riithlcdH- j UjlM, fro|u iuffo0htiol,  midor miiw  8lack** etc���������nnd lain Hitine lime l>0'  foro bein-j* drossod, nud thim nod  in  y expoKwlto the f������ay.t of u hor ri find  world. These reiidiren talk of re-  veuj-e, upon whom ? President  Koof-ovelt; the t.;an who has dono  the. Ri-oatofttdeed of ntodorn valour  whoHH iiiiiu-t slmiild go forever down  to poe'oi'ity ar t|���������, ������.;* (;,.orr,v ���������|' t|ln  20th (loniuvy Iirai-nn. An evor-  I.iftinjr di.^M'uco will  iiihu-u   up-m  ��������� he Anioriojip, imrinn   if now.   Wlltiii  hey   havi*   Um   remedy   in   their  OUnrlo        iplum     tt,r     ,..,,.     \.���������n       1,/-,-.,,  ' J       *���������'���������  rlear!)-!.!,,;- .: l��������� i}itlilh w]itul L\M  bluck upotH have houn showed clear  under the Son relight, they do  not honour and uphold thoir Chief  Magn-tnue and asriiat in tho sweep,  ing of tho ivliolu unholy brood into  oblivion.  the linil of the \hvci TriiHt, but in  our oivn littlo Ounndn,  ���������o-  Tt iiiuhI m.i bu n>Hriiupd, becuune  of ihf mor-if d!������ebwinv<.' fh;if all  prjrpitud meiilH nre contaminaled,  Yax ttovs ;t. The hulk 0! prepared  C'vinare perbiipB ptirfaolly cb-an  -i������u iv ;,u"i-ume. bm tu^w. lUouid,  IlllllMO III UtJllllllOUH  Ottawa, Juno 14, 100(1  Dii'ir Sir:���������I havo your tvlofd'Am of June  Ktli i������l, liiuiil,   im   followH;���������"Kocommoti'la-  tion frum AHHotiiution nmiloil,     Do'not up,  '������������������lint iiontuu-iltir buforo unuiiiK name." [3d]  - . It,   l^lilVj ,  Tu.lii) I uuuivuU >imr cviiiiinumcitiou uu  cloning |iotition in rt-forouou to <hi������ matter*  I am voiy pkaN<tl, untlur tliu oirouiiutanuei'  to note the uimnimuUH (Icniro on the part n'.  tin*,   A iDru'.j.it Iom  'ni'l   t'i'-  i'i,   ut,,. t-.;     fit    P.;-;:.  Itorlauil (jimuMlly, that Mr Nuiuir nhotilil  reo������iivo Um appointniont of poHtmaitar at  Cumliorl 4inl. In BuonrrliiHo with thu  views of your Am-oaiation uml ihe patitfoii  Which hat- liuen nuirif-rouNy siRnod, I tndny  ttmotiiiiiitiiilt'il thu itiuim t.n tint   iluji/irlimnt,  Winhtiig your At-t-oiittn'nn fontlnnad ������UC'  cceit, and will-, l-t ���������-.*, -..iihii, ljilii.rn ni������,  Voun Oiithfully  x\m .SLOAN  T, 11. ���������������r������y, K*t\.t  ���������Swii Liberal Amu^ CuiulwirlaAtl* H.C.  Assignee's Sale of Stock  and Fixtures  Of the Fran**. Partridge estate (late Napier and Partridge) ol' Cumberland and  Courtenay, consisting ot Groceries General Dry Goods, and Boots and Shoes, is  offered, together with this oki est;il*Ii.slied  business as agoing concern, for Public  tender. The two stocks at Cumberl.ind  and Counenay may be tendered Jor,  togetner or separately. The highest or  amUeridei-notneGessar-ily-aGGepted-^-���������������]  Particulars of stock can be seen at ihe  office of H.A: Stone, Vancouver, or   the  stock can be viewed in Cumberland.  Tenders must be sealed . and   marked  ��������� " Stock Tender", and received by noon  ion June 15th by H.A. Stone.  AnsiBuoo 101 Frank P.u-1'idne estate  Tho (Tilt Bio.hi.TH Co.  Vanoouvui*.  TENDERS.  In pursuance of an Order of His  Honor l������'li H.irrison, Judge of' the  County Courl of N-tiiaiiiio, dated the  16th day of May 19116  TENDERS will be received by "he  undersignetl to the 33rd day ol June.  1906 (inclusive) for the purchase of the  equity of redempi'on or othor estate and  interest of the late Edward Rollings of  and ui all that inii.tor parcel of land and  premises situate lyin^ and being at Comox, Vancouver Island, and h'-inu the  Western portion of Section 76 according  to the official map of Comox District con  taininy 121 2-3 acres more or less, There  is a registered mortgage from llie late  Edw. Rollings to Ralph R, Wilcox over  ihe above properly to secure $500 and  nterest which is still in force.  The hi|-hi*)it or any tender not  ncces  sarily accepted.  CM. Hdcvor PoliH,  fjoliciior for Ollieial Adininif������trnlor  Cumhei'laiid Ji.tJ., AIny 17, li)0(l.  j.ao  NOTICE.  Any peri-on or yer^oiiH found out-*  tinj> or reiuovin>t n'uaber from Loih  i5, 20 and the i-outb 'M aerer* of  ihe Fractiooal N. \V._, dec. 80 and  '"Frac ional S W iof t������o 30 (97 Ac)  of Town.*-hi|i XI. Neifiim District,  will be pro.-t-.-cmed ac'-OrrUng to  aw  f;HA.\Tct >J()UNCK.  ^uo1|,eria,,dJ,,n; 9'b 1906  ���������'''������������������f-tJHaju���������*���������.  ���������**���������"**���������������������������������"���������##  CUMBERLAND  .H,^^������I-M*^'I-HW'*H*������H������W**I-|������'M  :: WEDDING  "Choicest. Mea'ts;  ya-jpiir.il ni Lowom Markot fiieea  Vegetables  A   Grom  Variety  will   al������ayi be  in  (-took ���������   nldo v supply 0/  Fresh Fish  will hu on, dale every W-xinwiJ**-*  Your patrunagH ia oordially mvitwd, an<)  111 order-) will bo -iromptly ili-liwreil  IcPheeASon  PttOPhlETOKS.  **********************  Dull Evenings    ���������  Are Banished  <>       WHEN YOU OWN  A  Columbia  Graphophone  It Wirt, Pitovim*  THB BEST MUSIC  THR lUNNlRSTSONGS  THKMO|rfi.^gllABLE  UI01IT AT VOI'U OWN YiHKsonn, AT  A MoDKRATIiCOHT. W HITli FOB  Catauxh-kok CMU AT  FLETCHER BROS.  T      A  SugffOBtion for |5v������������7  ^.   Glnuco in my Window or  Show Gaiei,   Aa * Gift Store there are  no rival*,   You may be-  eiiro nindr-Ht   vof j*|p-ialn(f    **  GiftH.forfts little nnil 00, *���������  with every wanted price <\*  between, up lo $100.00.  I Stoddart \  Th������  Wntchmakfr ft Jeweller      X  ������l*t'"I"W**'H'"l"H*-*I*M"I������l'4'l������l-'l'-M  is j^r-aLi "wre jls>ic  T UST a chance to ihow you that  1    we a) wavh pleaie our customers  J  by mpplying them with the BB8T  MEATS at the lowent market  prices. A trial order will convince  you.  THE  OITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. IToKAT, Proprietor.


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