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 ���������.*"������������������"  **-*���������������*:>**-     -i  >^\*A#*iiClV(M  '-^   MAY 141906  THIRTEENTH  YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   B.C WEDNESDAY    MAY g  1906  At the "Big Store  ire  light  You will rind the little things that  en labor of the household.  Also keen edge tools, handy kitchen utensils, and the  bestim lement-j for farmers and mechanics at price that  you cannot beat anywhero  Go to the Big Store Hardware Section  for All Summer N eds in Hardware and   -.our  vi>it you  will find nrofilanle.  that the Fire Company be as������k-d to  assist in the demonstration, carried.  Movt-d by Mr Ward and sccoii'l-  ed by;Mr McDonald that Messts T.  Hiidt-jQn and M. Mans* n be appoint  ������d collectors at the Wharf, and that  Secretary notify them to that effect,  also to extend an invitation to the  Wharf chilnren to Uk part in the  -'ports    Carried,  T Whyte, A fi.rke, C McDonald,  W Ward, Dr Qui la ., JB McLean  and J B Bennett we.e appointed a  programme committee.  Meeting   adjourned  0)  i.  a  *E  t_  a-CD  .0  Local and   Personal  The Magnet Cash Store  A fire ainrni on Monday afternoon su'iiinoned the Bri.-ade to the  residem-eof Mr L W Hall, the cau-e  being a spark set;ling on the roof  from theoiherchi.'iiiiey. The flame  whs extinguished before much da  mage was done.  O  ���������*���������* *  CO  nd  We are Agents for the Ourney Tilden  <&Co..makersof the celeb-rated  Souvenir Cook Stove  The most practical and beat constructed ranges on the mark-tit*  Stock ulwiiye- kept on hand.    Your inspec, ion solicited,  FALSE HAIR IS AN  ABOMINATION.  Moreover it is a  pretense easily  d-tected.   Any lady wiih a deffici  ent falling nair m <y speedily renew  i'.B growth and rmiew it  healthily,  soft   and   abundant    with   Seven  Sutherland   Sisters'   Hair  Gr-.wer  and Scalp Cieaner.     In   countless  instances  they   have  restored   the  hair <i thoae apparently  bald   be  y nd redemption���������The-ri.aglnificen.t-i  hair ef the si-ter- proves the excel  lence of the*-e articles.  Close Inspection  uf our Wall Pupers reveals 'heir  great snperioriiy. Our New Papfus  nre simply the pet-fej tion of excellence���������als-o that our  1006 fishing Tackle  is the 'est.  T.E- BATE  Special  SIM DN_ LEISER & Co. Ltd.  Hardware and Stoves  Cumberland - - ��������� 6. C-  Council  Meeting  At n opBoinl meeting on Mondny  evening, there were present, Mayor  Wiilard, AldB Bate, MoDonald,  Whyte and Tarbell.  Minuter read and adopted,  ComitiunicatlonR rend from Pire  Appliance Co., Cl.icugo, advising  the expressnge t f hell clapper. Re-  oeived nnd filed.  The Clerk elated that patoel had  not yet arrived and tbat amount  of expressage would have to ho paid  In Vfinnimo.    Tt wan about $5 00.  Aid Whyte ������ckod If the broken  clapper waa defeotive, why tho Chicago people had not p.iid ex press.  It waa explained that they bad at*  ready replaced ine ue(w>lt\u ut.v,  but that thc one now sent wai extra  being of a style more suitable.  Con Banks' reportjread for April.  Bra venger collection!, $8850  Had built sidewalk! and fluihed  out reimtiiiing uewcrs. Received  ���������nd filed  Whyto that by-law p.ss uhamended  Citrried,  Committee rose and reported tl 0  amendment complete.  Ci'y Extension by-law read second  time,  Council adjourned.  ��������� ��������� *  VICTORIA  DAY  A meeting wai held in the Council chambers on Monday evening ">  arrange for a day*' sports on ,tl.o  24th. Mayor Wiilard w-ti voted 0  the Chair and ex pi ni nod theobj <t  of the meeting. He had bien sp !���������*���������  en toon the subject by Mr Murdoch  who i-wlred if the City were going *o  blcr* th" mut'or np, if nol, he fa id  thnt tho Bund would, He-Mr Wiilard -had U en railed this meeting 10  allow public ixpre**slon of vlewt**  Vicorni Day uaii aiw (>��������� urcn L pi  ���������������a'-Children'* Day'' hnre, and iii  w.i������ mainly on their account thnt  tbe effo������ twas being made A seer"  tary being required, it was mov������-������l  by T.K. Banks and seconded by T,  VVbyte������l<atW.M. Audir.'son nc\c-> -  ried.   Mr Bonnet mule the fjuggoM-  Aid Ban* moved, peconded by Aid t ion c0 ^ _'mxiam\ bv tho ine������ti  >��������� -��������� r.      ...     tl    _.   !__������_    -   ���������**        I * .   *  Wbyie thut Council go into a Com  mitt oo of the whole to comider Rate  bylaw amendment.   Carried.  Aid Bute moved, seconded by Aid  that a public picnic by train be nolo  at Union Wharf, orothrfr point on  the beach. It wat then pointed out  tbat M-* Stoddart bad made an of  f'i to present five module tb a win-  mug fotfth.li team tor that day, and  i-ome of the footballers p.-esont informed the meeting thnt practice  wni������ being wiinnlycarried on, in en  ticipuiionpf 1 match. After further diced nfui il wna moved by T.  Why 1 . Hofondi-d hy C. McDonald  thnt "por h to carried on in Cumbei  land, curried,  Moved mid seconded that W. B  Anderson he permanent pecretary,  carried,  Mivd h- Ti Whyto seconded by  T B'Uik' thai 11 11'WinUteeof seven  iM"ij*p<iiiiwl oh.vo full charge,  c rrit'd,  Nuuinii odT. Whvte, R.Ward,  A.Yoi:e, J. Wei.. C. McDonald,  T, Bit ks Dr Qui. Inn. Moved by  J H, B-n ������������������������, seconded by L W.  Nuuns ihn' pioceiling names con-  h Itoto oi'iimitieu with power to  add, 0    ie t    1  Mny r ������������������ ,.i.iM wivi* elected ohair-  iinin of 'he ('"miniuee,  Meeting adjourned.  CmntM'ti'-' -ui. Mayor Wiilard  in the chair, Mr J. Weir was ap-  pointed trm-nr r, Moved by Dr  Quinlan -"condi-il Mr Weir that  llief.ill"winy net a* collecting com-  n.i������te.'-. T. Why;c, A. Yorkc, C.  Mennnuhi. Movod Mr BankK, aoc  ended W B Auderwn that Band  matter Murdoch'* name be added  to tbe commlttw, carried.  An invitation to tho band to take  part in tbe proceeding** w������t UU to  Mr Whyte     Moved and leconded  'The infant child of Mr and   Mrs  Tuiiner died on Moodily   morning  after a long illn^s, and wiie.buried  Tiiet-fhiy iifleniooil at the Climber  land cemetery.  Mr T. li. Carey haa the agency  for the Cyphers Incubator.... He  has been lining one of ihesa incubators this sen80ri and it hat* proved  highly f������utit-factory,  "Wild Life of   the   Woods   and  Water*-*",  is the   title  of  a   new  monthly puhli-lied   hy  the   Cotn-  p.my if ihe name name in Victoria  Mr F. H. Pullen, formerly of this  place he'.ng   editor    The    initial  number of   the lum-azine  is  first  class in every re������pt**ot ih the particular fields covered.    Nui^ej'ous jl������.  lustration* of  sporting f-cuitia and  natural Liniory uuhjents well   executed emfi-*Hii-h   the   work,   a id  ���������sell wril.ien articles hy eporismen  ana naturalism on various subjects  embraced   iiuik"  gnod   iu'on-Btirig  rending.    Among oilier things, the  question of  game   presorv ,uon  in  prominent, and   exceedingly   well  handled hy conlrihutors  and  ills  editorially     If'Wild   Life"  doe-������  not succeed, it in the   i'aul:   of   the  iitimerou- sportsmen, in a pi������em in  outly sporting country,   and   not  that of the mana^on out.  ���������rj. jM -^mSMSir^AmiA^Lai  of a candidate will be settled at  another meeting- to be held shortly;  New York, 8th���������After carrying  on negotiations for three month-- the  anthracite mine workers and operators of eastern Pennsylvania agreed to- coniinue the award of the  ritrikecommittee for another three v  years  ���������-���������\^-ct-0Thi-rrt8t*h---^HeT^a-n'axiia*n���������c  Govei-nment took over the defences  at Esqiiinalt this afternoon. Of  the Impi-friiil troops only forty soldiers look";ervice with the Canadian Government  Niu airnn, 7th���������A week ago a  half breed named Gibson "and.-: six  Indians eet- sail in an ope . boat for  Stuve-'toii. The;, were o.:>o or icsa  intoxicated at the time when they  started and a gale was blowing.  They havo not been heard of since  and it is thought they have been  U row ned.  Vancouver, 7���������The local Chinese  washermen aro hundreds in numbor have organized .hi-u-i-uJves into  a union for mutual protection, they  have jn-t*������ervod notice on their em������  I ployers, tne Tyee owners of. "the  la. ndrieH.iliuL nicy will go on strike  if wage-s are not increai-ed by Jiiue  hu The scale has been submitind  It provides i'or higner pay for ail  classes from thu >ppruiitioe at tbe  wahli tub to the expert whose pro-������  ficie icy in squirting starch on shirt  fronts has hoop Hcco/npiislied after  i'lig practice, Chinatown has been  Hi.akeii to iw v< ry fniindatioiis over  the nation of ti.u ijuipcic* iu forming  a union  Mr Wm McKay is the happy father .if  ,1 bouncing i>������ ll> toiby j-irl���������umved l������it  night.  ^Hwj-i-j������[������h"-{-H!������H-Whl-H*-h������H������  BORN AGAIN.  That's what happen* to the hair  when you u������-o huven Wutnerland  Sisters' Hair Grow r ai d Scalp  Cloiinor to regenerate i . It is hum  ayai Theroo' it* thero of courre,  ,-ut it would never fruc;ify Info  glossy and abundant mi uiity with  out the potent aid nf 1 huso tw in pro  dicers, inn ui*Uil-������������o* '.-..'.' ������������������  ttie Hisiers eln^w whaiit will do.  TELKRAPH NEWS  I'arksvilte, 7th���������A' a Liberal  mooting here Friday the femiment  (���������antimont of the meeiing was 11  lavor of the caudidaiuie of Mi  l������r"W������i,r,r "' C|������y<w|ito' f<*r nox  Provincial election!.   The qouniion  WEDDING  i*  A Suggomion fa- Evary  Olnnou in my Window or  Show OaieB, ��������� ��������� ���������  As 9 (Lit Store iheraare  nn rivitl.-i Yon nntv mi-  ciii'c moiie-t, yet pleut"ing  tfifi!*, I<������������' a- little a*' *l 01),  with every wanted price  heiwion, up to IllHI.UU  Stoddart i  Wnt-'bi-nflk<r ft Jeweller  i *>'  |..|. n^ohh^h l> l������W"W*-I������I'Mi hU ���'���"��������� >������
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THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
By IRVING BACHELLER
b.    Capyritfht,   1*00,   by    LOTHROP   PUULI5HING    COMPANY   *_%}
��.��**. *N**i
if"L*K��H'-H-*M*^*v*M'"-H-'M'^^^
(Continued from last week.)
ncre^D pausea. lie naa a way or
stopping always at the most Interesting point to puff'at his pipe. It looked
as if be were getting up steam for in-
other sentence, anil these delays bad
the effect of "continued in our next"
"Kill 'im?" Uncle Eb asked.
"Licked him," be said.
"Hub'." we'remarked incredulousiy.
"Licked 'I'm," be repeated, chuckling.
"Went into his cave with a sled stake
an* whaled 'im���whaled 'im ti!! he run
fer his life."
Whether it was true or not I bave
never been sure even to this day, but
Ab's manner was at once modest and
convincing,
"Should 'a' thought he'd 'a' rassled
with ye," Uncle Eb remarked.
"Didn't give 'im time," said Ab as he
took out bis knife and began slowly
to sharpen a stick.
,, "Don't never wan' t' rassle with no
bear," be added, "but bams is too
source here 'n the woods t' hev 'em
tuk away 'fore ye know the taste uv
'em. I ain't never been bard on bears.
Don't seldom ever set no traps, an' I
ain't shot a bear fer more'n ten year.
am tney've go! r be decent, it any
bear steals my vittles he's goin' t' git
cuffed bard."    <���
Ab's tongue had limbered up at last.
His pipe was well a-going, and he seemed to bave struck an easy grade. There
was a tone of injury and aggrievement
in his talk of the bear's ingratitude.
He smiled over his whittling as we
laughed heartily at the droll effect,of it
-all	
"D'ye ever hear o' tbe wild man 'at
roams round 'n these woods?" he asked.
"Never did," said Uncle Eb.
. "I've seen 'im more times 'n ye could
shake a stick at," said Ab, crossing his
legs comfortably and spitting into the
���fire. "Kind o' think he's the same man
folks tells uv clown 'n Paradise valley
there���'at goes round 'n the clearin' after bedtime."
"The night man!" I exclaimed.
"Guess 1 bet's what tbey call 'im,"
Baid Ab. "Curtis man! Sometimes I've
hed a good squint at 'im off 'n the
woods. He's wilder 'n a deer, an' I've
seen 'Im jump over logs halt as blgb
as this shanty jest as easy as ye'd hop
a twig. Tried t' foiler 'Im once er twico,
but tain' no uso. He's quicker 'n a wil'
cat."
"What kind of a look-in' man Is he?"
Tip Taylor asked.     .
"Great, big, broad shouldered feller,"
said Ab. "Six feet tall if lie's nn Inch.
Hed a kind o? a .deerskin jacket on
���when I seen Mm an' brooches an' moccasins made o1 some kind o' hide. I recol-
lec' one day I was over on the ridge
two mile er more from the Stillwater,
goin' south. I seen 'Im glttln' a drink
at the spring there in the burnt timber.
An' if I ain't mistaken there was a real
,lvo panther playin' round 'im. If
-twan't a panther 'twas pesky nigh It, I
can tell yo. The critter soo mo fust and
drew up Ms back. Then the man got
tip quicker 'n a flash. Soon 'h lio seo
me, Joenilmoy, didn't they move! Novor fee no human ������rltlor run as ho did!
A big troo hed fell 'cross a lot o' brush
right 'n Ills path. I'll lie gol du mined' If
'twiin't higher 'n niy licad! Hut bo
cleared It jest as easy iih n grasshopper
'd go over a straw. I'd Uko t' know
where lie comes from, gol diiriiinod If I
wouldn't, lie's tlio eonsanule.it queerest animal 'n these woods."
Ab emphasised this lucid view of tlio
night man by an unlimited movement
of his fist that held tlio hlg hunting
knife with which he whittled. Then ho
emptied hit* pipe and began cutting
more tobacco.
"Some nays 'o *s a ghost," mild Tip
Taylor, splitting his Kontonco with a
yawn, us ho lay oa a buffalo robe In the
shanty.
"Shucks an' shoestrings!" ttuid Ah.
"He looks too nat'rul. Don't bollovo no
f��Wt- nvnr woro whiskers nil' long lllllr
llko hlH'n.   Thot don't ho)' t* reason."
This remark wns tol lowed by dead
���llonco. Tip seemed to luck both tour-
ago und information with which to prolong tlie argument.
f'nrnld IkiiI long liwn n sleep, anil we
woro nil worn out with uphill traveling
and tlio lack of rest, t'nclo Kb went
out to look after the horses that wero
tethered near us, Ab rose, looked up
through the treo tops, ventured a guess
about tho weather ami strode off Into
tlie miiUiii -
Wo woro livo days in ramp, hunting,
Cubing, iiglMnii�� liie-* nml piikiiig bint;-
berries, tit-raid's cough had not Improved nt nil; it Wat-, If anything, ���
tit worxe than it had bun. and tho
worry of that had clouded our holiday.
We woro not In high *-j*-irit when finally
we deemed lo Pivuk ^u^ Ut* u.*t
afternoon.
Tip had everything ready tor our
���Journey home. Each day Gerald had
grown" paler and thinner. As we
wrapped him in a shawl and tenderly
helped him into the wagon I read his
doom in his face. We saw so much of
that kind of thing in our stern climate
we knew what it meant. Our fun was
over. We sat in silence, speeding down
the long hills in the fading light of the
afternoon. Those few solemn hours in
which I heard only the wagon's rumble
and the sweet calls of the whippoorwill
���waves of music on a sea of silence-
started me in a way of thought which
has led me high and low these many
years and still invites ine. The day
was near its end when we got to tbe
first big clearing. From the top of a
high bill we could see above the far
forest tbe red rim of the setting sun,
big with winding from the skein of
day, that was now flying off the tree
tops in the west.
We stopped to feed the horses and to
take a bite of jerked venison, wrapped
ourselves warmer, for it was now dusk
and chilly, and went on again. The
road went mostly, downhill going out
of the woods and we could make good
time. It was near midnight when we
drove in at our gate. There was a
light in the sitting room, and Untie
Eb and I went in with Gerald at once.
Elizabeth Brower knelt at the feet of
her son, unbuttoned his coat and took
off his muffler. Then she put her arms
about his neck, while neither spoke not
uttered any sound. Both mother and
son felt and understood and were silent. The ancient law of God that
rends asunder and makes havoc of oui
pla-'-'sTJorF'Ig^^
ment, I have no doubt, but neither murmured. Uncle Hlb began to pump vigorously at the cistern, while David
fussed  with the  fire.    We were all
quaking inwardly, but neither betrayed a sign of it. It is a way the Puritan bas of suffering. His emotions
are like the deep undercurrents of the
sea.
CHAPTER XII.
N October following the events
of the last chapter Gerald
died of consumption, having
gj borne a lingering illness with
great fortitude. I, who bad come thero
a homeless orphan in a basket, and who
with the God given eloquence of childhood had brought them to take me to
their hearts and the old man that was
with me as well, was now the only son
loft to Elizabeth and David Brower.
There were those who called it folly
nt the timo they took us in, I have
heard, but ho who shall read this history to the end shall see how that kind
of folly may profit one or even many
here In this hard world.       '
It was a gloomy summer for nil of
us. The Industry and patience with
which Hopo boro hor trial night nnd
dny ls tho sweetest recollection of my
youth. It brought to her young faco n
tender soberness of womanhood���a sub-
tie change of expression that mado hor
all tho moro dear to me. Every day,
rain or shine, tho old doctor had como
to visit his patient, sometimes Hitting
an hour and gazing thoughtfully In his
fine, oi'ciinlomilly ashing n .pmstlon nr
telling a quaint anecdote. And then
camo tho end,
Tho sky was cold and gray In the lato
aulumii, and tho leaves wero drifted
deep In the edge of the wood In mis when
Hope and I went a wny to school to-
gHhor at Hillsborough, Uuelo Eb
drove un to our hoarding place In town.
When we bade him goodby ami saw
him driving away nhuio in the wagon
wo hardly dared look at each other for
the testis hi oiii- eyes.
David Ih'invi'i'had taken hoard for iih
at the houso of ono Solomon Itollln,
universally known as Cooky Itollln.
That wiih one of llie first things I learned nt the aeiidoiiiy, It ficoinod that
many yearn ago he had taken hia girl
to a dance ami out-mi Uvv in ton ��T
Slip pel tooUiv* iu.it lie hud Ihuiinhltul
ly brought with him. Thus" cheaply he
bad come to lifeh.sig distinction.
���Toil know Itolilu'H ancient history,
don't j*ou?" (he ��� mttig man asked who
sat with mo in m-mmi tluu tinn. u.t.v.
"Havo It at h<>!i)'\" I answered, "It'll
In live volumes"
"I menu tho history of Sol Ttollln, tha
man you nro ln-unllii�� with," said he,
mulling at mo, nud then he told the
������lory of iln- i ii..',,;, .*.,
Th�� principal ol* tlio HIIIslioroUBll
Ofuileiny wn* n inj, l,i,iv.k.> h.u he.or
of Scotch deseent, Willi a ntcm face
nnd ei-M, uviiy, j-5'irJ-ig iyoH. When he
utoi-il towering nlnivo iih on his platform in the main mom of tho bulldlnjr
where I wit iheie wax nn alertness in
tol* nf-nr-* nnd n )��������� ol rt-��|��ou-��.l.'l'ty
ia bis face tjint reminded ve of tbt
pictures of NapOleon 'at Waterloo. ** He
always carried a stout ruler that had
blistered a shank of every mischievous
.boy in school. As he stood by the line *
that came marching in to prayers every
morning he would frequently pull out a
boy, administer a loud whack or two,
shake him violently aud force bim into
a seat.
The day I began my studies at the
academy I saw him put two dents in
the wall with the heels of a young man
who had failed iu his algebra. To a
bashful and sensitive youth just bujt of
a country home the sight of such violence was appalling. My first talk with
him, however, renewed my courage. He
had heard I was a good scholar and
talked with me in a friendly way about
my plans. Both Hope and I were under
him in algebra and Latin. I well remember my first error in his class. I
had misconstrued a Latin sentence. He
looked at me, a smile and a sneer
crowding each other for possession of
his face. In a loud, jeering tone he
cried, "Mirabile dictu!"
I looked at him, in doubt of his meaning.
"Mirabile dictu!" he shouted, hia
tongue trilling the r.
I corrected my error.
"Perfect!" he cried again. "Puer pul-
ch.re!  Next!"
(To be Continued.)
Alberta Irrigation.
Cardston, Alberta.��� It seems that
southern Alberta will have an epidemic of canal building this year. The
decision of the U.S. government to
go on with the St. Marys project .will
shorten the water supply for the Alberta Irrigation Co., which starts at
Kimball, and delivers its first water
at Magrath, then going on to Leth-
bridge, etc. The country west of
lagrath does not need irrigating,
and in most cases is not adapted for
the system. The taking of so much
water by the U.S. will perhaps compel the A.R, and I. Co. to cut a ditch
from Belly river and running west of
Brager, carry the water over Lee's
creek and on to th$ Sb. Mary's, making a canal over twenty miles long.
Before some of this water reaches
farms that need it, it will have travelled in ditches over  seventy miles.
Another irrigation project is the
taking out of the Kootenai 2*iver to
water the old Cochrane ranch coun-
.tr^,__batwefin__the_. .Kootenai river
(Waterton on tlie maps) and' tire-
Belly. All these projects should make
a good deal pf work and throw a good
deal of money into this region, and
Cardston being the nearest town to
the- work being done on -all three
ditclves,. hopes   to  benefit   somewhat.
British Army Remounts. ���
Ottawa.���In August last the army
council in London proposed to the
Canadian government that there
should he somo sort "of an organization
in Canada whereby a supply of. horses
���might annually be placed at the disposal of the war department. On receipt of the memorandum," Dr. Huth-
brford, director of tho veterinary service, iuul General Lake, chief of staff
wore directed to' take tlio matter up.
���Nothin ' definite appears to iiuvo been
done however, and recently a communication wns received in Ottawa
(to the offeot that it was now proposed
to outer into nmuigemeiits for tho
purchase of a limited number of
Smrses in tho Dominion, durin-j* tho
bourse of tho late summer or aiifci-tiiii
of tho current yonr, hy dealing in tlio
\isual way iu the open market, This
is without prejudice to such later ar-
'rangomonts, based on the army council's proposition of August last, which
(may bo entered into.
NECKWEAR ACCESSORIES.
Charming: New Ideas For Stocks and
Cuffs���For Winter Shirt Waists.
There is nothing that adds to the
"smartness of a shirt waist more than
an attractive stock and belt.
Varied and particularly charming are
the arrangements for the neck in muslin, lace and filmy chiffon, whether
tliey be styled chemisettes, collarets,
jabots or fichus. Some of the first
named,  composed of silk  flowers or
A clear stone gray ls a ravonte color
for coat and skirt suits.   A hat of the-.
Mme shade is the modish finish.
White fox is a more becoming fur'
ftan ermine and  is  quite as smart.
Exquisite boleros formed of alternate-
strips of ermine and black velvet art*
among the season's novelties.
Earrings of pink coral are very much-
Warn.
The directoire coat in the cut is designed for a gin of ten or twelve. It
Is of a-H green doth. Black velvet
overlays <**ae Napoleon collar, re vers
nnd cuffa.   T8*te buttons are of dull
A Steel  Graver.
The iron pen mentioned by Job in the
book of that name in the Bible is supposed to have been a steel graver used
for cutting inscriptions on stone. v
LACE AND SJCLK STOCKS.
Btars connected with silk "hairpin" or
herringbone work edged with a filmy !���
frill, are especially attractive.;.     '        J
There are dainty cravats in cream
lawn, with scalloped buttonholes, surmounted by a row of eyelet hole embroidery. The llttle'collar band is sim-
Uarly adorned. ,
Collar bands of stitched kid are severe affairs, bearing on either side a
velvet motif encircled with silk embroidery and finished in front with a
small velvet bow.
Extremely pretty is a cravat of white
6lik,spot��ed4-djJtlLj^^
���edged, with  plain  silk  in   the  same
shade.  A like band edges the pointed,
knotted scarf.
The stocks seen in the sketch are new
and pretty. The top design is made from .
lace braid in a cluny pattern. The low- [
er stock is of gray groen silk, bordered
with a -line of white taffeta. French
dots and a dainty design in rosebuds
adorn the ends and form a i-*��tty detail on the neckband proper.. The wh!r��
edge is outlined with a row of Frencti
dots. JUDIO CHOLLET.
Turning; Buck the Hands.
Captain Bassett was the first man
officially tb lengthen time by turning
back the hands of the senate clock in
Washington. He did it for the first
time March 4, 1844, hy direction ot
Senator Wiley P. Mangam of North
Carolina, then president of the senate
pro tempore.   This is history.
To GroW Dwarf Oak Trees.
Japan, the home of all that is neat,
small and pretty, was the first to introduce these charming littlo trees to
our notice. They are expensive to buy,
but may be grown by the home gardener for practically nothing, says
Home Chat. Take an orange, cut it ia
half and remove the fruit neatly, keep-
ing^tlie peel intact. Fill one half of the
rhid with earth and plant an acorn in
the center of it; tend carefully and water when necessary. After a time the-
acorn will begin to sprout, and the roots
will force their way through the rind..
As they appear tbey must be cut off,
and the process repeated from time tt*
time until the tree is fully grown.1 A
dainty dwarf tree will be the result of
this treatment.
Blanching; Nuts.
The blanching of nuts is a process
often thought difficult because not understood. The nuts should be covered
with boiling water and should be allowed to stand for ten minutes where
they will keep hot, but not cook. Then
-drai.nJthejm.j-^ wa
ter and chill them. A knife must be"
used with English walnuts because,of
their serrated surface. Pistachio nuts
are hard to blanch, and the water in
which they soak needs to actually bolt
while they are in it, although they must
not cook. V
IN VANITY'S REALM.
Special Permit for Prince Arthur.
Ottawa.���Prince Arthur of Con-
naught, who is a genuine sportsman,
was desirous of obtaining somo hunting In the Rockies, but the provincial gamei laws of British Columbia
aro ngalnst lilm. At. tho time of Win
arrival In the province tho close son-
son for deer, elk, moose, mountain
gout and mountain sheep will bo on,
and all that, tho Prima*, can shoo!
without violating the law will bo
boars and panthers/ It, Is therefore
llkolv that, to overcome the difficulty
a permit, will he Issued by tlio minister of tlio Inferior to allow of tho
roviil visitor having two or throe days
hunting In tho Hocky 111011111111118 nt
JJunir.
Black Clony l.nvc nml Span���*���!<��� d "Vet
In New DeNiH-iiN���Silk Corduroy.
Among the smart new black trim-
In lugs of the season is black cluny
lace spangled with jot. There is also
a net trimming* covered with spangles
aud bugle beads, and still anothor now
one Is a conventional design of cut Jot
beads with a silk cord through tlio
center and a silk edge.
Some of tho newest materials are silk
aorduroy, gold doth and taffeta sylpb.
Distress of Unejmployod.
T.mulmi.- Houiething of the disti'CHH
nuioiiK the. unemployed Inis In-eu re-
voiilcd hy tlio medical .���xniuiiiutiou of
those, flesh-inn to leave I.ritli for Can-
iida. Tliirty-oiio adults and wix child-
ii'ii pii.s-.ed '11 rigid inspect ion. They
wove found tu he well flfvolopcd but
were stiireriiig in sumo oiinph by lack
0! food.    It is tlioiiRlib that half tlio
'���������.���������������/.-v-V.  ,,Vr ''"1'." ,M*fifl'f'*'' ���,1"
���iv'l'iiiM- life nf Ihe ('t'l-niliiui west. A
plan is lining discussed with 11 view to
triiin'mg them to lutm and niiiko 11
homo l-etnio 11 Incut- iinuii:'f<iti-��i> Ih *tt-
teniptnil, Tho Dundee distn-KH com-
i iniHi'e ih nlho eniisidcrim", iniinigl'iitinii
to t'niiiidii as 11 NoiHiniii oi vlu i^..
problem und hnve dt'citled not to n��-
Mist nny itn*med man to go to ('jiiiadii
unless Im taken his wife nntl family.
Cattle Embargo SIM.
r.oivlnn.���A bill Im* linen introduced
in the IIousm ol I'mmumif- **��� Him..!
tin* enilisutm mi ('nnndiini cattle. It
i- in cbni'ge nt 'J'hninH* t'rtil'lij-, of
Xinvcaslb", aiid Hainni lirnoiiwo<Hl, ��f
Villi'. Til" defiatn oil fhf- WWld ll'H'l-
ii��<4 is nxpnutivl nn April ti. It- 1* mud
tlmt nil the mnml����-rs from Scotland
will suppoit it. Krf-n *"imm-1��I i* pa����
the Cdtmu<W" ^ otity Im killed in Urn
Lords.
DnuteTonm ct.otii coat.
Fashion has run mad after Invisible
plaids. Thoso nro not definite squares,
but two colors melting Into each othor
frith �� rich shaded etteet.
Tulle In enjoying a distinct revival
for day and evening wear, both for mil-
Unery nnd gowns. Tho tulle boa Is
more popular than that of feathers or
���haded chiffon.
Lolmter rvd and five rod are f',ivorlt��
fetor* in Port*, dividing honors wltb
Ipht tn 11. Hiti'-',,' uiny, bJiui ioui'.'j und
llmond green. Brown is considered
pe**e.
llie most severely plain wnlst mny
we given a dressy air If topped by ont
*t the numerous luce collar* to b*
touuo Iii the t��t.otnt reuid-, lu \\XXt, 00.
Womnnllnewi.
If my observation goes for anything;
says Daphne in London Black and'
White, it has taught me that really
womanly women norer talk about ."womanliness���in fact, they are more oftea
than not unconscious" and never, never
���elf conscious of their pleasing characteristic. The Imitation article ia, however, aggressively self conscious, s
mere hollow pretense. Real womacll-
net��, like real religion, will new be
found self conscious.
Why He  Wan  Timid.
"Why do you avoid the man to whom
I Introduced you? He is very agreeable and Interesting."
"I avoid meeting agreeable and Interesting people," answered the misanthrope. -'That was how I cume to
got my life Insured la a" bad company.'*
|*Y
Proof.
"Tbey tell mo that Skinner 1ms Joined
tbe church. Do you believe be Is in-
earnest 7"
"He must bo. I saw him put a dollar
la tho contribution box,"-
Mnl'liitf a spIiinIi.
"I see that our friend has taken s
hand in politics."
"I nm not sure," answered Senator
Horghum, "whether he has taken a
hand In It or merely put his foot In It"
Talk anil Slenn.
I)ocfor'-]>o you talk In your sleopt
Pntlent-Noi I talk iu other people's.
I'm a clergyman.
The ritualistic uso of candles lo
churches was forbidden in England lo
16��.        	
Illolthiif I'u per,
Blotting paper Is wholly unsized, thc
Jack ot Hh/dng cmihllvg It to tnko up
and retain the ink of tho writing on
Wun-ii ii ia "uiu.
Onmt Kguta.
Tho eggs of tho gnnt nro arranged by
tho parent Insect In tlio form ot a raft
which floats with Its concave side up-
i'ttuiuin,   It *.j<.,si .'i ;-.v/.I.'Jj' ro.l'IJi-.-'t?
Itself and cannot bo kept under tbe
water. At tho proper tlmo a vnlvo Jo
the lower part of oath egg opens and
tho insect escapes Into tho water be-
UOtttll.       _������_w��^���__
Farther Uruonrat SaKii Xot,
Tumper-Is the editor at homo?
Editor's Wile���Nu.
Tumper-Are you his wifet
Editor's Wife 1 am. Is the businet*
���dj thing I enn attend to?
Tamper (stelng her upl-I shouldn't
wonder; I was golug to thrash him.-'
"Upplncott'e UttmMue. \  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  If  f WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS ������  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Alms  and their Influence,  ~;,". 48  CLARENCE KING.  ti  A Delicious Drink  CLARENCE   KING.  Editor of the Times, Brandon,  Man.  The causes that influence a man in  the selection of his lifo occupation  $$& many and various.   Personal in-  Ceylon Natural Green Tea will out-draw  the finest Japan grown.  Lead    Packets    Only,   40c.    50**.,   and   60c.   per   lb.      At all   Grocers.  1 Highest Award at St. Louis 1904.  cllhation is often neutralized by many  .otlier considerations of 'immediate ec-  ' /onomic necessity, but, in the main,  a mp.'11's occupation resembles his  character, in that it is the product of  heredity, education and environment.  There 'is in humankind an insensible,  but well nigh irresistible, tendency to  keep on doing the things with which  one has long been identified or associated. "The nature becomes subdued to what it works in, like the  dyer's hand", as Shakespeare noted  centuries ago, and it takes strong influences to force a break-away from . ,.   ideasrideaIs=and-condibions=an^  Its of life and work, with which a man ties of sterling worth and excellence,  ���������iias for years been closely connected-  If he sometimes errs on the side of  vivid imagination. Somewhat prone  to impulse, with high ideals and large  views, he is apt to be more concerned  with results rather than processes,  and often disregards the calls of caution and policy in the pursuit of whatever he deems the proper course to  pursue. Not, the desirable or the  merely expedient, but the right, Is  what he aims at. On matters involving principle he will neither truckle  nor compromise, and his downright  forthrightness sometimes loses him  friends and allies that a more cautious and experienced man would utilize in the advancement of the views  he desired to prevail. Mr. King is a  man of positive personal opinions,  and is not afraid to give them expression. He has the combative intellectual temperament, and enjoys a  controversy as an Irishman enjoys a  flght. He wants to "see something  doing" all the time, and when those  seasons of deadly dullness which his  soul abhors come along, and they do  come in a newspaper, as in every other business, he can generally be relied on to galvanize the neighborhood  into interest by stirring up some question, old or new, that touches the  minds, or hearts, or pockets of the  people who read his paper. He has  the true professional instinct of the  journalist. He would much rather  see and hear himself and his paper  abused and grossly maligned and  misrepresented than not be spoken of  at all. He would much prefer to be  libelled than ignored.  These characteristics suggest strong  individuality,! and this is amply borne  out by closer acquaintance with the  editor of the Brandon Times.: Beneath those traits of impetuosity and  assert'iveness that have made him de-  The Paris Academy of Medicine offers a prize every year for the discovery of a euro for tuberculosis.  Prof. Wilhelm Ostwald is to report  to tho University of Leipsic on sport  in American colleges.  South American Rheumatic Cure Cures  Rheumatism.��������� It Is safe, harmless and  acts quick���������gives almost instant relief  ana an absolute cure in from one to  three days���������works wonders in moat  acute forms of rheumatism. One man's  testimony: "I spent six weeks in bed  before commencing: iti uss��������� 4 bottlca  cured me."���������66  Forty-three thousand unloaded shells  were found in a Jew's house in Warsaw.  Gold Abounds in the Yukon.  Toronto.���������Last summer Edmund E.  Bristol, M.P., took a trip to the Yukon, and recently he told the Empire  club of his observations and impressions. He advised his hearers to take  a trip if they wanted to get a proper  idea of the extent and resources of  Canada. For scenery and comfort in  in travel and exhilaration of climate  he could think of nothing better than  a trip through the Rockies and up the  island studded coast and over the  White pass and down to Dawson where  they grow the most wonderful vegetables in the world. The explanation  was that it was a great forcing house,  where during the summer the sun  shines twenty hours a day and the  frozen earth beneath sends a constant  supply of moisture to an uncommonly  rich surface soil. It had been said that  the Yukon had been worked out, having yielded $120,000,000, but in Mr.  Bristol's opinion it had only been  scratched. The mossy surface when  remove1 allowed the top soil to thaw  to the bedrock and by the application  of dredges to the lowlands and  hydraulic plants on the hillsides, he  believed, would yet yield millions of  dollars in gold. Besides that, most  wonderful deposits of gold, silver and  copper have bee;, discovered in southern Yukon.  I  The unwisdom and the increased,  risks assumed by those determined  to make a change in their modes of  life or conditions of livelihood have  long since become proverbial. "Let  the shoemaker stick to his last." says  the homely English proverb, and human oxperience is strewn thick with  the wrecks of once promising and  successful careers, clearly traceable  to the neglect or defiance of this elementary business principle. The  cases of men making a marked success of totally new occupations entered on, in or after middle life are  rare. Western Canadian journalism  can show somo examples, but the overwhelming bulk of "evidence points  ..in the other direction.  In tho case of an established business, tho chances aro strong that  some member of the proprietor's family will be trained and equipped so as  to carry it on in the event of the  death or retirement of the owner. Every city has Its example's of families  that for generations have beeu In the  samo business or profession. And,  as thoro have boon generations of  lawyers, and merchants and divines,  bo thero have been generations of  nowspapor mon. Tho mantle of the  father has fallen on the son, and the  traditions of policy have thereby persisted through many years.  Western Canadian Journalism Is too  young to furnish many oxamples of  the editorial pon being passod on  from sire to son, In tho wost there  aro Homo instances. The Lnuries  slro nnd son, havo boon assoclatod  with the Battloford Horald ovor slnco  that papor, tho dldesfc in the two provinces, was established. Walpole  "Murdoch, 'of tho Hartnoy Slur, Is a  nowspapor man by heredity ns woll  ns by Instinct, for his father conducted tho local prtpor at Blrtle, and was  associated with others, until his  doath. And, in tho city of Brandon,  Clarence King, the oditor ot the  Times Is also a journalist by lineal  descent, succeeding to the editorial  chair on the doath of his father, under whom ho learned practically all  be knew of the business,  Mr, Kin** Is certainly ono of tho  most forceful writers as well as youthful flR-urog In Manitoba Journalism.  He has all tho excellencies, and some  of the defects, characteristic of enor-  KOtlc, earnest minded younpr men.  He Js dynamic, maRnetlo, exuberant,  the possessor of, a strong will and a  -"DODD'S '.',  KIDNEY,  ?/,, PILLS  . ���������** i \ \ * . .      .*-������,.  haste in; coming to conclusions, his  tenacity in holding them, and his re-  sourcefulnes in defending them, compel admiration and respect. Though  he is apt to forget the first part of  Polonius' advice to Laertes, "Beware  of entrance to a quarrel", none can-  accuse him of failure to practice the  second, "But* being in, so bear thyself that the opposed may beware of  thee." With strong personal; and  sometimes original views, with good  powers of expression, a forcible style,  a good working knowledge of the  principles of government, and familiarity with the questions that constitute the Issues of Manitoba nud  Western Canadian politics, it Is no  wonder that Mr. King occupies a  high position among the younger generation of western newspaper men,  nor that his friends predict for hlra  a career for which his present position Is but the prelude.  Before assuming the editorship of  the Brandon Times, Mr. King was for  some years editor of the Bnandon Independent, the paper founded by his  fathor. Mr. Ktne;, sr., was a journalist of the British school, and endeavored to transplant to Western Can-  ada tho professional Ideals of the  motherland. He edited tho Independent with marked ability, but, naturally, it did not appeal to a Canadian  as It would havo done to a British  nudlonco. Under tho management ot  his son, aftor his doath, it became  more adaptable, though, to a large  nx'tont tho editorial traditions wore  worthily perpetuated. Whon Mr.  rurcell. for f-nrrip yonrs the ninnnir<-*r  nnd oditor of tho Tlmos, Joined tho  staff of the Brandon Sun, th.*- Times  and Iho Independent amaltfiniatod,  tho combination forming a wtrong  papor, and to Mr.^Iaronoe King was  given tho task of guiding Its destinies. Tho nrosont acknowledged position tho Times occupies In Man'tobs  Is the host nnsBlbln tribute to tho of-  nclency of his management. Typographically, the Tlrnos hat ever trfnee  It enmo undor the control of Mr. B. L.  Christio. been ono of tho best  papers in Wostorn Cnnnda.  m^mmmmmmtmammmmmammmimammmawmmm  A "Recognized Regulator.���������To bring  ho digestive organs Into symmetrical working Is tho aim of physicians  whon thoy find a patient suffering  rom stomachic irregularities, and for  this purpose thoy can prescribe noth-  in* i-viitii Um.. r..'*r.-.'*,.c������'-' Vor*tihXe  Pin**, which w\\\ he found a rtlflnsant  modiclno of surprising virtue in  bringing the rofractory organs Into  subjection and restoring them to normal action, in whlcli condition only  can they jierform thoir duties properly.  It in reported tlmt members of tho  U-mclistnp*. in Germany, will shortly  receive snlnries.  rT.  * '   *-������   wi-  Mlnsrd-*  .Cows,  Liniment Cures  Garget in  The  new  editor-" to  with him.  I'.lllU*   ill  dlMMIs*  iii-Mi uni.  political  matter*  mm  The Simple Life  is best. To live naturally; work  during the day, keep your temper,  eat three meals and take a Beecham's Pill regularly, as required.  There is no medicine for the simple life, or the strenuous, like  Beecham's  Pills  Sold Everywhere.     In boxes 23 cents.  English as She is Spoke.  A young woman was travelling in an  English coach when an elderly and  somewhat sour-looking man, in trying  to open the window, pinched his finger-nail severely.  "Oh," exclaimed the lady sympathetically,' "How horrid! I always  think anything ��������� wrong with one's  nails sets one's teeth on edge all down  one's back!"  Cash or Cure  If Shiloh't Con-umpb'on Cure fails to curs  your Cold or Cough, you get back all yoi  paid for it. You are lure of a Cure at  the Cash.  If it wasn't a sure cure, thit offer would  not be made.  Can anything be fairer >  ft y^11 }ff"> ������ Cold. Cough, or any disease  of the Throat, Lung- or Air Passages/try  SHILOH  25c. per bottle.    AU dealers guarantee it.  American sailors from ..the American cruiser squadron aro sightseeing  in Rome.  Peru    exported    nearly  worth of sugar last year.  $5,000,000  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on Human or animals cured  in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion. It never fails. At all druggists.  John    Mitchell,  proprietor    of  Hanover Post, is dead, aged 53.  the  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Colds, &c.  The highest railroad bridge in the  world is to be built across the Royal  gorge in Colorado.  One of the leading bankers of  Athens recently died and left the bulk  of his fortune to the state.  Lord Kinnaird is the new head of  the Y. M. C. A. in Britain, and Lord  Roberts has become president of the  Soldiers Christian association.  MakeYour  Hair Grow  SattSJdwithyoitrBhortTrtttS^  ���������cra*fgly hairf Or wouldrou. like-i$  longer, richer, thicker f Then, teed tt  -with Hail's Vegetable Sicilian Hair  Banewcr. There's solid comfort in  handsome hair.  Get iti   Be happy I  For the  wtahker.  nnd  tao-utacke w������  mak*.  BUCKINGHAM'S DYjf-  It color* a rich browa       ~ IX A CO., Hwh-aa. N. H.  or a toft bUcfc. It. F,  THE SETTING HEN-Her failures  have discouraged many a:poultry raiser.  The Chatham Incnbator and  Brooder has created a New Era  in Poultry Raising.  the setting Hen as a Hatcher  has been proven a Commercial  Failure*  The Chatham Incnbator and  Brooder has always proved a  No. 2-120 Eggi  No. 3-240 Eggs  THE CHA THAM INCUBATOR-It*  success has encouraged many to make %,  more money than they ever thought,   I  possible out of chicks.  You can make money  raising chicks in the rliht    Money Maker. _  way���������lots of it. .  No one doubts that there ii[money.In raisin*  A _.(___��������� m Pleasant end Profit  chiokeus with a good Inoubatoi- and Brooder.    **_V1**"1* * i*eo������������m *suu a rum  Users of tha Chatham Incubator and Brooder able OUSineSS XOr Women  SiWel\TaW^             Jtetiiwaa&'tf^J* Eve,,y Fapmw should '  ittat^                            C&^ Raise Poultry  ,������SSJ31^                                      **������y woman with allttle leijur. time at hor hA������h\\tt  should lay during tho time you keejrthem disposal can, withou;anyj>re*ou������ experience }ffi0ffJH2^^^  hatohingiuid brooding, will be enough, to Day or without ft oent of cash, begin the poultry SK&Wiw&  for a Cliathara Incubator and Broodor.ln five business and mako money right from the start. ������Itself, fewtarmeta ��������������� ftW���������a "������ _n������tZiBInto  or six hutches, to sny nothing whatever of the     ?tT_m you hare a friend who is doing so. RoW bffi               way m to make  larger and better results attained by tho uso t������ not, w'0 /��������������� _[y0 you the names of many who ��������������� iwn������ v nutntn            ��������������� *���������������/������������ ��������������� *���������������*������������������������  of tho Chatham incubator and Brooder.            JKdWSioW^ ^WttWenasa'hstoher will never be a  If you allow a hen to set, you lose at least prided by the ease and rapidity with WMct* the commorclalBuocoss.   Her business is to lay  eight weeks of laying (throe woeks hatching profits came to them. egg* and she should bo kept at It.   Tho only  and live weeks taking care of the chickens), or       0f couri0   success depends on gottlng a way to raise chicks for profit ia to bogin right,  say in the eight weeks sho would lay at least ^-^ gtft,,ti  -^oii must begin right  You can by installing a Chatham Incubator and Brooder,  threo down eggs.  Lot the Chatham InoubMor J,'"^*, ^0 ftn? considerable monoy as a with such a machine you can begin hatchlng-  on the Utttobing, whllo tbe hen goes on laying pouitPy raiBor with hens as hatohors.   You on a largo scalo at any time.  W>                                                               must have a good Inoubator and Broodor, but You can only, got one crop off your fields in  OurNo.3Iooubatorwlll hatoh as many eggs this means In tho ordinary way an in vestraont a year, but wltli a Chatham Inoubator and  art. you are sure to mako monoy, we  '   " ���������������������������---   bejow>  worm in conn pur uuiteai     "iwri-iwi  mouiiiuor una uroouor m niu o������������v aim uiiu   ~n������;������n,ijw���������;i<>".> 7.ii������. tmrinir thntlrat  Tlie^e^^^  lJd������o tumlufdiSkuis with a Chatham Incubator and Broodor. If so, you are groatly mis-  taken. Your wlfo or dauiflitor can attend to  the machine and look aftw the chickens without Interfering with their regular household  hatohlngthe number of eggs that twenty hens jour part, you wiw w mov  would hatoh, it ia really earning in oash for iou would not make the special oirer  S9.00. besides producing for your profit chicks  y the wholosale, and oolng ready to do the  same thing over again tbe moment each hatch  lnotr,  , Boot you think, therefore, that it pays to  koep the bens laying and lot the Chatham  Inoubator do tho hatching! ,_    iL  ���������There are many other .reasons why the  Chatham Inoubator and Brooder outokssos  thir!'*tk,''ff hem  ban  have plenty pTljrolferiTto soil when" brol  'he hen stts whan she is rortdy. The Chatham .Inoubator it always ready. By pli  to take off* hat^h at the rigkj time, you may  annlng  The hen li a careless mother, often leading her  ohlcks amongst wet grans, bushes, and is places  ���������"-Hre ratt oan confiscate her young.   .  ie Chatham Brooder behaves itself, la a  perfeot moth* and very rarely loses a chick,  and Is not infested with lioe.  Altogether, there Is absolutely no reasonable  ���������aeon tor continuing the u������e. of a hen as a  * iry reason why you should  neubator and jfiroodar.  ion for oontlni  sher and evai  a a Chatham Ii  , Wesre making a Tory special oO-r, which  tt wm ftef you tn tn vwitt-rato.  Small rrenii������������s SuUicleal  For Poultry Raising.  W oonrte. If yea have leu of room, n mnoh  X������5pii,-tS,������. tn.L^Lr^nB^tenJ25'.ilJ2 rtght7l"im>rf������try-������t|i  ������rmngoiiasucoetsrul and prontaple poultry m n larger one from you  ^tln*������rn*������mMldtvortownlSt Anyone T^w3. Lindwy.Xtefc"  w-M, a fatr.alsMt axexn. ^aomx a������aa aiaau     *x*mvam���������,^i think both Incnbator ana  Brooder ts all right.  '     - - - -  WE WILL SHIP NOW  TO YOUR STATION  FREIGHT PREPAID  A CHATHAM  INCUBATOR  and BROODER  You Pay us no Cash  Till Afler 190B Harvest  dutlos.  The market Is always good and prices are  nevor low. 'iho deuuind U always in eicess of  tho supply ami at curtain times of Uio year you  IDtlCH  i," With n Oittthan  you can start hatching i   time to Wing the chickens  to.marketat-le  can  n nraotleally act uny price you care to ask for  o(i broilers, With a Chatham Inoubator and  roodor you can start hatching at the right  broilers when the supplyJe very low and the  Srloes accordingly high, To  o with hens as hatchers.  Toes accordingly high. This you oould never  We know that thero is money In the poultry  buslnoss for every farmer who will go about ft  right All you have to do Is to got a Chatham  Inoubator and Brooder and start it, But per-  baps you are nol prepared Just now to spend  the money. Thii U why we make the special  offer. .  IS THIS FAIR ?    <������  We know there U money in raising ohlokona  We know the Chatham  Inoubator and  nable effort on  make money out ������h  .MGentIemen,-Tour No. 1 Inoubator Ui all  Wy eatlsfied with It. _Wjji  eatlsfed with  nest year.  ILM.  Brooder has no cyual.  We know that with  your part, you oannot      ,,      .  tbe Chatham Inoubator and Brooder, _  We know that we made *\ similar offer las*  i i...; ,.;.. t*..".t ':  ������������������"���������ry **,;* *r. fi'-Tn',titi< **������������  mot cheerfully and promptly, and that In many  ������..������;��������� i���������Li.i'.i   ii.l, ... w\...,,.^...iJ X-y hllii* vi  prnwlniri-atHfactlon.  Therefore, we have no hesitation tn making  this pr������>{������*m������n to ������vi>rf htmc<*L earnest man  or womMj who may wish to add to their yearly  profit* with a small eipcndlture of time and  ��������� *���������-��������������� "��������������� will ������������>f reii tin*,n  b-tufncst so that you can make  jnoney.  Tl I    ���������������������������������-.���������  yard can raise-xmltiTPro^tobly. aIS5������?mr������'rtih������  TJ?������ ll^^L?1^ the pnnUry biwinoai so il   . v   .._.  Btttio make^MeyVlekly; yog must get R^fiVS" rii?5t'������Il.������?L"iR*f -fSRV.0?^.^ n-ono*'"������' ,TO'������ ������>��������� **T\\ witliout aaklng for  awayfrom the old idea of trying to do businete threo Iwtohe*. Jt.������.m������uro,PUtUfille,_OnU a ii,lfc,ie e������ni from r������>u until aftor 1006 harvest.  th setting hens aa hatchers. You must get       ~  latbam Inoubator and Brooder.  W   M VI  No  Chai     ,  To enal.  right way... ..  a very special .....  while to liiv-ii,������(giif������.  Oentlemen,  until J received yonrs.  I had never seen an incubator  I was plenm-d and sur-  m inoubator and Brooder. until i received ymu        ...... r..     ..   .   ..     ,, ... .   able everybody to get a fair start In the prised to g������t over tn per cent., and the chickens adilreim, and we will semi vou full pai  ray In the poultry business, we make are all strong and healthy,   A child oould well as our beautifully llliiKiratoahimk. "How  special olfrr which It is worth your operate machine cue --���������-'���������-    ���������- -��������� ��������� ...      If wo knew of a fairer olT������r, we wouldnmke it.  Write us a r*t*t can! with your name and  rtlo������l������r**,aa  yo  ill  your ope������{f  well, Mi  an.  cceasfully. ii*. liar, ltath- to make money out of chitika." Write to-day  to Chatham,  We oan supply yoa nutokly from our distributing ������������������'ai-jhnnses at Calgary, Brandon, Itegina, WtonJi-eg, Saw Wectiulniter, B.C, Montreal,  ���������ffsltf.iv, rimthsm.   Kactnrl-ts ut Chatham. Cist., and DlrrRotT, Mich.   ������ 1)2  The MANSON CAMPBELL ���������0^ Limited, Dcpt. No* 233, CHATHAM, CANADA  Letw us quote you prices on a good fanning Mill or good Farm ���������Scale. THE   SEWS,   CUMBEBlvAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  JAPANESE  THOSE BRIGHT TOTS.  Ui aT.ow Price,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and CLean 'jm  ity  5o lbs .....$2.65  ���������  IT*  No. 5 Japtown Cumbariand B.O  For CANDIES  Novelties,   Pictures,  Frames and cleaning  of frames.  D,  HUNDcN  Cumberland  n mum ui  ' ii.mi.iiwi.  mi. ���������"  .]Vf oprocfyi Bros,  BIKBBS  DREAD. Caues and Pie-* deliver-  eii daily to any part of City.  .ROLL STOCK OF        Gr0cerieit  C. H. TARBELL,  High Grade stoves  and all Kitcbeu Requirements  gPQRTSMENS G00i>H  r ^ , O  iXl'EBlENCE.  TRADE MARKS-  DESIGNS,  COPYRICHT3 &0  ��������� ���������" .���������:,���������. -���������!('-' ��������� n slcotfifc unci description man  <mh ;..u.-j'.i'.l.; ., free, whoth.. an Invontlon i'b  lii'obiibly pntoiiuililo. Cnmrauii'aitlnnB utrlctly  cunflaontlal. Oldest agency .tui'securiiiijrtiutfwti*  In Aniii'ica.   Wn havo u Wimliiiiuton ofllco.  Pntonts taken tliroumU Munn & Co. jecolve  ���������Ocoiul notice lu tlio  SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,  Ifcnnt'fully Illustrated, liircost clrenlntloa ot  any w untitle journal, weekly, tonus aim u yoar;  M.SOsl,v ���������ticwflia.    Spi'fJlitifii copies nnil TiAJfO  pOOK ON I'ATliMTP uoilt fl'CO.   AJdrcSH  MUNN   &   CO.,  301 Mio.ulwuy  \ew York.  Some Good Thing's Cnllc-l  From the  Talk of Yonns-.stt.-rs.  Small Bobly, who had been usod to re-  ce'viii** the toys and cast off clothes ot  his oider brother, one day remarked,  "Mamma, if brother-Tom should die after  he ���������gets married, will I have to marry his  widow?'*  Tommy, aged 0, went fishing the other  day after his mother had told him not to.  The next morning one of his little playmates asked if he caught anyxhing.  "Not until I got home," was Tommy's  significant reply.  "Now, children," said the Sunday  -school superintendent, addressing the juvenile class, "I want you to be perfectly  still���������so still tha*. you can hear a pin  drop." For a moment silence reigned supreme; then a small urchin exelcnmod,  "Lot 'er drop, ouster."  "I wonder," queried small Edith, "why  a sponge is full of holes?"  "Beeause," replied her 8-year-old brother, with an air of superior knowledge, "if  it wasn't for the holes people wouldn't  know it was a sponge."  Mamie, aged 4, upon her return from a  visit to her grandparents in the country  was asked how she enjoyed her visit.  "Oh. pretty well," she replied, "but I'd  like the country much better if it wus  here iu town."  "Mamma," said 5-yeav-old Margie,  "may I go and have my picture taken?"  "No, dear," replied the mother, "I  hardly think it is necessary."  "Weil," continued Margie, "1 think yoa  might let me go and have a tooth pulied,  anyway "  Said o teacher to a small pupil, "Willie, if a bad little boy should hurt you,  would you forgive him?"  "Yes'ni." replied Wijhe, "if he could  ran faster than me."���������Chicago News.  M. i. HENRY'S  Nurseries, Greenhouses  and Seed houses,  Vancouver B. C.  \  Heauquarien- for Pacific Coast  Grown garden, flower and field  SEEDS'  -Jsew erop now i". nnd on  test in  our Grcei.h*.. nte*      A^k  your mer  chat t for ilit-nijin sealed packages.  If he doesn't bundle Muni wis- will  mail - ���������    *     ���������  50 Assorted 5c Packages of Vegetable uud b'l.'wer St-eti , ("ur own selection) suitable for B I" ('an'Mis  For $1 00  SPECIAL PRICES ON YOUR BULK  SEEDS  That Meanest Man.  "farmer Smnllweed���������Ah, Wallace! An  how's my little city nephew? Come to  Visit his old Uncle Hiram, eh?  JOHN McLEODS  FOIt FIRHT-C'LASK  CANDY, FRUITS,  I!WARS A TORA1X0S,  tii  ���������"��������� f ������������������     l\\> - ^'  B.C,GROWN FRUIT A\TD  DBN 'MENTAL TREES  Now ready for Spring ship-nt-nt.  Extra nice Btuck of 2 & 3 year  App-.e T.ee** @ $20 00 per 100  " , " @ $180 00 per 1 0()O  Mavrard Plum, $1 00 etu h  Jialian Prune, 2 yr,fine, $25 per 100  Sivar Ptune, 2 yr. fine, $30 per 100  Full hst of other stock at regular prices  No expense, loss or delay of fumigjptfon or  inspection Let me price your 1 st before  pincmg your order  Greenhouse plants, Floral Work, Bee Sup  plies, Fruit Pad;ayes, Fertilizers eto  Catalogue   Free.  M. J. HENRY  3010 Westminster Road  <\*a-acou\er B. C.  FOR    PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  STERLING SILVER TEA SET  QUADRUPLE SILVER PLAT-  ED TEA and COFFEE RETS  CAKIiNET.^ for TABLE SILVER  SOLID GOLD WATCHES  LADIES and   GEN IS   WEST-  MI NS'l ER CHLVING CLOCKS  SOLID     HOLD     HEADED  CA-NES  Dt-si. up Surpassed nowhere  Price? lower tliutt elsevvher  Inscription Engip.viug free and  at  P    STODDART.  Watchmaker   and   Jeweller,  WaVerly Hotel  First-01a������e Accommodation  ....at Reasonable Bates...  BEST OP WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  LVTERFSTING  INSTRUCTIVE  When In Courtenay'Stay *At  i he Courtenay H otel  Every convcnieiife for giies*?.  The Ctntial Hot 1 for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines and   Liquors  at th.-  Bar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Prep  >���������'���������������*   *,..*>  HARNESS  U,      W'lhhAUP Ih pri'imrod tn  * * '    HU tiny Onlnrt* for Kim* or  llimvy UiiriieiiH, at nhnrt no wo.  Wllil-AKI) fU/)������'K.      Cumberland.  "Well, there's lots of bears nn Is  dlans round horo, nn the only way we can  keep 'em oil la by workin tbe bell riiitferl  Mining Journajl  NOW IN |T3 39-th VCAR  I'lm lo't'llnn t"!"'!,^ jii-h-llTil nt  till WH-dl, Willi Um t.tl'UlKimt I'lllturlUl  utiifT nf nny tn.'imli'iil |iuli||ivi������.|iin.  ���������''j'"- tI.-'Imh  .������;?,C/(i n y.uir (Ji.cIikI-  1*,^    i   , i.., Witlli.l.lu.i, .1,1 ,, tt ..HI   |j������-i)i,,..'    .  Hiiu'iri r.fi'.y trii;   bori'l t><r P ok.  CliVil-iLOm,  I'l'I'l H'Ai'HiN Ol'l'l' I-:  an* |������Mft street, New Vork  '���������Thnt**" If    Vmi Veep the bell Hnprlw  tfiml an pii'tity nn tin- ci'Imith won't gl  jr������'!',-~(.'liH,HKii Ni'ws,  Only n MlKlo lllitlier T������,inpi,riiln*,������,������  "Yin,"  In- siihI, "! ������������������\|ii'fini ������  w.ii'in  IVl'l"!'!!' "  ";l!lll  .Villi  illllU't  >"|   it'-"  I    (..ll    (i    <<������������������.    i - i i ,  wi.,,.  "i.o ii "   .. ��������� ���������   ,1,,,  finnof-Hno!  cur'  nu'iil   "it'M 'inly it tiiititcr of di'j,'i'(-'*H."-  ("InrliUu l'"*-t  Tlii- iXomo <if tlio KlnriPririii-tt-n,  T!ji'Vlii|i.'Mii',-i' ii.'ivc llie moi-t |n'i'lVct  l4Miin'i'Kin H'li j'.-'-ri.i in i nr tviinii. in  riii't. ihey <u'imi:un| thin ineilioil of In  Mii'iii'iiiiu" hy I'li'.iri.'iiiiiiii'iit iiiNiciHl ol  hy imiiisliiiii'iii |*Ut-ii* piny n|i|iai'iiiiii'  h>r liUih iJiirpi'.-i* Im rl.il ������������������������������������:il*\ l������ul nil  or it Ih tit|ii|itiii to i he 11 i Iii it t t'litui.  \s I..oh i' .:��������� I' '"'I " i.i.n-1' to it'i n-'K  '.unl lo itifiii'iii.   I liii littlii uni'H ol -lii|uiii  ���������  -v ,.    I., i ,ili,0    ,.'.;.,I ',. ;.���������l    '  ,: ������������������;���������;���������; -'- -I     i'l  liiiitlii'in.iiK'K   hy   m'i'iiii;   nml   IrfJuiy  Wlutl :i pr-'lly lliilt-.*. il riitli', II Hl'lin'i' Oi  :i  cyllinli'i- If  ivlH-fi em out ot   wood  --���������  h a ���������:iiln"   Tli'-y innuc oinlMi-'f ni  ��������� I ;:.'iiii'K our of i-t'iin, v ):}i  .ran  ,   . ���������        h ',',  '.!.v   JuiuliJ.  l.c-'t'f ������'. i::'fi|  :       WILLIAMS BROS.        :.  ��������� *  iLiverv Stable  ��������� <  !      T-KAMBi'K.nS ANT/   OUAYMUN     '.  ;    SiNcu.K and  DouniE Kir*    ;  I    foji UiKic.    Au. Ohdwrb   :  ��������� PlIOftfPTl.Y    A'i'Tl-KDKi)    TO  ������ ���������  ; Third St., Cumberland, B C.  When in Gumberland  STAY AT THB   VEMIOME.  &&     Al.I, PoNVKNlRNOBfT FOIl   GUBHTH.  "CORRECT   ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE ���������It."  A  Monthly VIag-azine Dkvotku to tjbk  Joskphing 'J'kuok Bakei{, Editor.  Partial Contents for this TSIontn.  Ounrae iu English for the *B tii)i!*-.r.  1 nurai- in Englisii for the   iili'ituceci  Puuil  How tn Increasi Ouk'h Vooaliulary.  The .'it: of Odovemiiinn.  Sn.-uli) ctntl Would:    HW      Use th-m,  Pt'ouiinciatioiis (Century Dic:ii>i,ar>).  (JorrbOt EruJiah m   he tt'ouici  A Protest Th������ Pa tied.  "During iny stay in the Uiiy of MetU  co," says a well known Ptalladeil*hiun,  "I went out one Sunday to see & bullfight. It's the proper thing to do, you  know. All the American tourists go.  Seated very near to nie in the raised  benches of the amphitheater was a Ger-  tnantowu woman whom I know by  sight as an enthusiastic member of tbe  Society For the Prevention of Cruelty  to Animals. She is one of those who  insist upon shdeving a badge every  time a driver uses a whip on a balky  horse and demanding an arrest  "Well, she had ber little badge on all  fight, and when the tight betwwn the  bull 'and the picadors became pretty  hot she jumped up in her seat and demanded tbat it be stopped. 'Stop this  at once,' she shouted, waving her arms.  4Sit down, Maud, and don't make a fool  of yourself!' esclahhed her husband.  But sbe Insisted upon having her own  way. 'I am a member of the Pei-n-  gylvania Society For the Prevention of  Cruelty to Animals,' sbe declared, waving the lapel of her coat that contained  tlie button. 'I demand that this buicb-  ery shall cease.' Everybody laughed at  her. and after awhile she went out;  taking her husband with ber."  Koctnrnnt Investlirntor.  nuslmiid I have $7 more In my  pocket tonij-ht than I had last night.  Now guess how much 1 havet  Wife���������Seven dollars.  The true art .of. iiii'inoryjs the art of  attention.' .I'-iinsmi.  w\^vvvvyN������AA^yvvvvvvs>vv  E. C. Enide  DiplM and Supplied  "I  Crrect E gli.<li in ihe Sjh-jol. r~  ��������� What to Say ..nd What. Nut to'.Say  Course in Le:i- r-Writing aud Puuctuation,  Alphalieio list of Aitlirevia'ioDa.  Hu.-ine-,! Ei.gh.-h for -In-. Bu intw*.Man  Onmpound Word:    How Ui Write Them.  fcJ-udit-ei in Eimlii-li 1,--rratu!'.'..  $1 a Year   Send 10c for sample copy  IfjhiM'i- l-i\fil.l"H, Evanston, III.  S OMwfOED  COVRTENAY,  B.C.,  I^RKEDER of    olsiein Cattle, Ches-  lir V\ i,-.i;e J'i^s,,   D.iiiod flyuiout  Hockj, ike.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FAKMKIJfi PV:Tr'E8   _ 1... I ltfVl������^������  Local   Agent   for  >om )X District for  Cleveland  i\;.issey, J larris  Braatford  Perfect  R:t nbler;  Imperial  Bicycles,  i'airbanks - ittoive  liasolene  Jack of all Trades' eugin s  l-mirrcnuri  n nnwiii���������winnniii   iteammi<\mmmmo wm,    ,  Second hand Wheels  for sale.  Acetylene Supplies  Bicycle and general  Repairing ot   Si wing  Machines,      Fishing .,  Rods, Guns etc,  Scissor** grou d^Sii'M" sJiira*  m*-il iti.d lili'd  Key .j11cl Pi|ii- fining  13rd cl, nuitorlawii  i i  s  i  Till! HAI! IH SlM'l'I.U'in WITH  Best Liquors and Cl};ars  C (JANNRIl  OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOi Of  I Livery |  o        -A-3STZD        o  teaming  wtW  0 I ;im  preparwl   to     ^  9 furnish stylish Rigs  Z ,.,iJ dc; T'.'.'i.'^.ipj; 'it  "S reasonable rates.  9 I). KILPATRICK  ^ CUMUKKLAND 2  9 (MKH-OOOOOOOOOOOOO  x, ri  6  C  Uiiiosa  11 otel  S^^U-EL   C      DAVIS,     TPnopausr  H.iiis!li������lif4 x UUIITON lUwuyH nn in,, ���������     u| ������o, the litmniti- MII.W AUKI5K  .    BKICR���������Aiili-iimi'i, Iii hiimiiin, Sohlitj-, &o.      "OU> (}|{|iJY HIUHl.)"  mrWH WIIKSKY, Boat Wmea and Liquori of all kinds,  ThoBoardiiigaiid Lnil^i^ Dpurtinunt, under tho unin������dhi������ tuipcriuU-mUmua of Mm  Dhvih, ������ill Im fuiiiKi |i'ii������tulttsi in every rwutm.  BATES,  $1 oo per day upwards,  Campbell's : BAKERY  A Fino Selection of 0AKE9 nlwaya  on hand.  FRESH BREAD overy duy  Ordftrn for 8PK0IAL OAKFiS -promptly att������ndnrl to  Dunsmuir Avenue,  Cumberland.  A Gu*rant".:*j Guru   ior    Piles.  U'-liitiK,   lllind,   llln-ili:iu nr   IVntnulHii  I'llni.     |i.ii(.'-;mi-   f������-h'iiil loom/ i*  PS/.ll  OIK I'MKNT f������il< to-nn* ftf-yon*--, noiMit  t<;i ol Xiftw huig *i������itdinit, in ���������* * ��������� II  i!,iM������  F'r- *' if>[i!i/"-j*'ff>r. |������������v#������i. i������ io 'ti',1 r*���������t      ."i1'      i  mi' it w.ll In, twHtdtul vit*x iii.a I,   I'      I ���������t,r  ,|!*'   '"���������������������������"UvtioH uf  lh-  i.llitii   flat J  MNk������i������������Co., St  L.uin, Mo. " I    ���������"' ���������'"   I"'"1''������'������������. ������"il>' t������"' Jai-am-M  I vi-^vatti'it*  raliwi'l  ujiou  tUeoj.  To Cure a Cold in One Day  lake Laxative Bsromo ^nlne Tafeieta. $ <%A  seven Minon ***** iow in pm i a mmh*.      Thb signature, w mWXfr  Caret Crip  bTwoD������y������.  (Ml every  box. 35c THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  v  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Eve*-y Tuesday.  W. B. AND0USGN,    -     -     -      M(3E  The columns of The News are open to all  tho wiah to express thereto views o matters of publio interest.  While we do uot hold ourselves re * insi-  \i*m for the utterances of correspondence, we  eserve the right of deoliuing to inser*  oiniuanioations unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY,    May,   9    }906  Kspimait I Hanaimo Rj  "���������'"������������������^r-'1 . A  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.'  vicroKi-a.-co*M:o3s:     eoutb  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling at North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  or passengers offer.  Leaves Nana,mo Tuesday, $ p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m.j for  Ccmox and way ports.  Leaves Comi)x Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, Ccdling at Kuper and Theus  Islands, Crofton, Maplo Ray, Cowichan Bay and North Suintch \yhen  freight and passengers offer  North  S-ianich  when tide and weaihir  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NAJVAIMO - LADY  SMITH   ROUTE  S. S  JOAN/'  FOLLOWED HER Ou-  She Asked No Questions Hot Si-seen  ed try the Conversation.  When the ukieily auui  was here... si-  was invited out to tlhnier with th;- fix:;.* ���������  ami  had  uo thought of '-el'i*>���������">���������.*     *j.  has a hoai* iu he.  a* ,-!    ������:* tht.- pr<  verbial Yuu.kt*'* y1;:.^.^, Out,  by  wnym  ���������.���������onip'U'isou, her liutnp of impiisitiw-~p-s  in as luio'u as the now cov.my [ii.LJ.lni:-.  That is'why the nephew- ami a little -ir"  vatp talk with lier.  "Ymi see, auntla-," ho bc-oiii diplotniv-  Ivally, "it is difiVrcnt in th' city.   TVi-ii'  Is uot the same ''���������������������������.���������������������������ili-ui ol' !-pt-i';.:h auiuih-V  friends  and   tHMj-hlii.TS.     We   nre  uioi  ���������"onsi'i'vativc. us il wt-ri'."  "Don't gossip so niii'h, ym; ait-un," hi".'  jose nml  chin   risiii;:   in   i ;<is(>ii    "Ytw  'liiui'  I'm xrass till   iij -i".i' of you ini  tropolitj pot-pit'of .-niti:r.   ninl ici.'.ii'i'ii'u.'  put  it.     ill  hot  tlisjr. Jiff  .vou,. Toiiuuv  I'll a-l- ill) (jlli'Slloil-i Unit are not >���������;������������������������������������-m:---  ed b.v the couvorMilinti.     Ls lluil u san-  .rule?"  'Torfoctly, tiuiiTlis. rai'don hip fv.  thlnkinjr that 1 mi 'fit give j-'nti a hint.'  "Workod 'splendii'ly," t!u- ���������'.1*111  ivynr:  ed after tho ulfo.fr ������������������*������������������������ m-ci'     "'   h,"  heard you talkiui; over a jjooil imiiiy r  ports about thoso ponpio ynu bmiw. *-.,-  know how to set  my s.tnl.es.    When i .  told ine he liiui made a pile on stocks.  '  askeil liini if he hail any idea of scttliu-  up the debts he ran away from down '���������'  New -Jersey.    You  never see ������ niuu -.������������������  so red, and he changeil in u wink u< ta!.'  In-r about his family,   is it true.' says"1.  this scandalous report that you and youi  Tife were both divorced before you married each other i)' "  "Heavens!"  **I thoujrht he was going into a connlp  tion, but 1 talked sympathetic anil tol<i  him that the world  wouldn't  care  how  much   he owed  or  how   many   pre*'i<ni������  Wives or husbands there was now  that  he Is rich.   That did the business, for hv  told me in the pleasantest way that peo  pio who had never married wen- the best  fudgei* of such matter* and said he win-,  sorry that he and his family  would be  nhable to see any more of me whde I'm  here.    I knew I could take care of my  Belf."  There was nothing for the nephew to  do but groan until he got to the basement,  where ho could say tliiujr.s out loud to  himself.���������Detroit Free Press,  Sails from Nanaimo for Vancouver  daily, except Saturdays and Sundavs 7  ���������a m.  Sails from. .Nanairrio for Vancouver,  Sat 'ida\.--,.at 8 ���������,1,'m,.  Hails from' N'tu.umo fm Lad/smith',  Fridays and Saturdays at 5.3 1 p.m.'  S-iils from , Ladysmith ior Nanamv -,  Siiuidaje hi 6 a.m.  Sills from 'Vancouver, for Nanmnti  daily, except Saturdays and Minday-i ai  1.30p.m.  Sails from Vancouver for N maim- ,  Saturdays at 3.30 p.m.  TIMP. TART.E  EFFECTIVE  APRIL 29, 1900  VICTOR [A TO WELLINGTON.  N". 4~-Suni'a*y  I'.M  .. Victoria !)��������������������������� 3 00  ..Uohhitromn    ,   , ������������������   3 28  ..Kufciii'-'B    ������   4.24  l'unoftii'a     '*   COO  No 2~l"������iuly,  AM.  Ov. SH'O   ������������������   0.128   " 10.24   ������ 11 00  P M  ������������������ 12 S6..  Ar 12.53..  .Nunaimo.,,,  r ������l,  11  0 42  Woll iij'tuu Ar. 0.0  ���������N  TO VICTORIA.  No ',] ��������� Hiindiiy  A.M.  l)o. 3 0  " ',\ 1,  " fi.OH  '������ 5 Nil  *������ 0.J.2  'WSLLZ^o  No. 1���������I Jul  A.M.  De.   8.00 WolliuHton.  ���������*���������   8 20 Niimimo...  10 02 Uu.mut'ii   ������������������ 10,42. Koumg'H,,.  " I J.88.,,,.,,.CoUlHinmiii,  Ar 1200., ViotorU  Ar 7,00  eme mm  'JhousHJid Mile and Commutatitm Tn-  kels on sale, good ovei mil and meiinCi  lines, at uo .ind one-half cc-nts per mile.  Special trains and stennieri for Kxcur.  Bions, and reduced r ties for p.u lies iiu.,  be iii-mn^ed foi on applicatinn to ihe  Dint, 1'rus, Agent at Victoria.  1 he Company reserves the riyht 10  change without previous noiice.sie.uner*  ���������s-illini/ r*nt*������s and hours of sailin-*.  f.yrur-Aion Tir|������i-|������ on Sale from and to  all Stations, good Inr g"iin|* journey S.n-  urdiiy ind Sunday, returiiinB not laier  than Monday.  .V W. TROUP, den. Sup, BO. Omii Sur  O L. COUUTNEY, Ili.t Fr*. Jt ?m, Ag.  NOTIOB  Riding on tououmliveK anil   rail  ���������wny c������tn of  the   Union   HotHery  C<^mpany hy any  preon   or  per  lon������--������xcppt train crew���������J.- strictly  ���������prohihiu-d.    Krn|miy������*ii  are *\\h-  \*x% todinmifftil for aiiowing samf  liy order  Fi*am>i* D. Lim.K  Manager.  A Billrine Muu'i X.orv Letters.  tPiftl.-th, Kditioti.l  "Maria, this* pain iu my heart is worst  than the cramp I eauidit yesterday  ���������Vhile swim mi tiff i*J the ���������mill pond. Marin,  there 1b not a.dny when 1 11111 plowin:- io  tlie corn Hold but. I think of you theiv--at  home, your fileev-s n'i"*;>d up over your  .4im|deiLarniH_as_y.oti_biii.!Lgxetuthi*_Rtai:e.  "vhere the grei'tis are boilinj- for djuiier,  ������ splitting kindlluff tvooil, or.hoein); tho  garden and tramplins down the sunflowers In yt'iirwny. ..Oh, my Mi������:-fa!.' If wa  w������������re obI.t one, 1 could wtop plowing t:>f-  aror, tor yon are a hard work?;, ami. 1  bellevn yon could r-iippi-n' a husbiunr  withuiit ilifflculty. Maria. I -aiv ymi nt  the haiiffini* yi������ntordiiy; you were leai.iin-*  on llie arm..,of a sti'aii*reiimti Oh. niy  t-onl's love, wan it tint thut one i*yed  llffhtniiui rod ak'i'tit who won my mule  and WO In n (inker Kiime lnwt Wednes-  ���������Jay? If It was really that mun, Maria.  I e, | never Inve ymi tij-ain."-- AtlauU  CoDMittition. -  A.1dt*n������ Inxiilt to I tit or j*.  A wniioth faced .dinli* euli'ied u harbor  uhop and risked to be hIiiivoiI. Al'ti'r eare-  fttllj covoriiiK hn* fuei' with lather tha  tonaurlnl nrtiKt sut down and hi-jrim io  VHiruse ii paper.  "J eisy, hnrbnh," mirrlwl hli* dndoiota,  ���������"whnt nro yon - nw-wuitlug full'/"  "For yonr Iwnnl to grow *������i I enf  ���������ihiivo you," ivplled the iiearl'i-bt* km-jh.  at the rflsor.-'L'lih'iitro Sow*.  A Ctitutry Wit,  Smart Poy (to vlllnni-n--Funny, lmi x  It? A horui) ran triuel n mile without  oiovln mure tlmn four feet.  (Thu rlllni-i'r Id utlll trylug to flffur* it  out.)  m 'Iin i-wiiii���������*-* ���������HP���������  i !���������! imiMll  Aim Por Aaplrnftoust  Old OeiiiU'iiiun So you tliinfe nj"  dnuuliicr lovi*a you, sir, und you wlso  tO lllllll)' lll'l-'l*  L)ndi'iei|*li 'I'nnt'B whnt I I'lilli'd to  k<* you nt io tit. Ih thoro auy Insanity lo  your family'"  "No, Hlr. n in J Uicri-'a not tfoiug to P*  ���������tuj.,'-a������iuit Hi������t  A BOOK THAT NO FARMER CAN  AFFORD TO BE W.THOUT  Compiled by the Agricultural Editors  ���������of the F,imily Herald and  Weekly  Star of Montre.l,   at the r-iquest  of      Hnndrjids       of    Renders.  IT  CAN  BE HAD  FREE  Th ��������� mo: t ^ompiete Fai mers'  Hanubook and Veterinary Guide  ever issued'    Simple and prac  ical ini'ormcition of the greatest  value to every iai mer  Three hundred and fifty-eight*]  .-ubjecit dealt.with. ey<sty one of  interest and many ol them illus-  Our Special   Offer  \Vt- ofiVr a full yenr-V t-ubpeription  i<< the Cumberland Nkws, a full  years *-al>si*rii..inii io that grnatHSt  of all Weeklies*, the Funiily Herald  ii'd Weekly Star, of Montreal, in-  jlnjliua    llieir    lieautifnl    picture.  (iu'-t'ii AexMiulrti. Her Grai dci iid  ri'ti ai.d il������������������������������������!''', and a copy f ''The  ^���������riiier':- Manual and Veterinary  Guide", all f-������ |2 U) A nnmple;  I'.-ipy oi (In* pic tire and book can be,  iien ai 'his office  The drink of strong men and healthy women  -    v.  UnionBrewer\mBeer  Is The Ber=t  Bottled ot* Jn  Parrels.  The UNION JEWING Co.,      Nansimo B.C.  ���������ttTtmzfiK&Bt'S  K. A1DA  ese  x w  'f G<*n s' Suitsand Ladys' Tai!,ired  Costumes neatly 'fin Idled      <������  y}> '                                                                                                                                &  j? in Latest, fashions.    Charges Right.                                                 ^  DUNSMUIR    AVENUE.  Cumberland  Hotel ���������-  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND   B. C.  Mks. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  ". When in Cumberland i*e sure  and stay at the. Cumberland  Hotel, First-Class Accomodation tor transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and   Public Hall  Run in Connection  with   Hotel  ili'tesfrrm$I.00tp*2.0() per  day  *'  nr k & Pal) Co-  Cumberland      B. C.   ,  .T������.!������>|..?^.|.J������.2������l..|������.|������.?..|<.Jj������2,>],*],*|'-)--l'*-|,*^<*|'<  Wood's Hwiplwdiao,  The  Grrnt Mft'.'nh   Jiemrdi/.  lonoBiuidlnvJtfui'.'itoRtho wholo  ifc!\9rv,9'}8 syatotn, tuakou nuw  n .-,.. ' ���������y*������VlMn old VoIiip. Vuiyh Mrv  ono fkbilu.:, Menial ami Ilruiii. Worru, lkr-  poMlcncy, ,-icxunl Weaktirm, Emiwionii, S/ici ���������  ���������iidtorrJiinn, and JWrrLi of Ahum; or J>kret:.im'n,  t'r co*1 jmr liox, BlxforSS. Ono willplouflo.r.x  will euro, Sold bv nil tlrtiRfi'leitn or imiilod la  rliiln pUtf. on rooolpt of prloo. Nino pivv Met  ���������mailed J rep.  VIIto Wood ModJcno Oo.  (j'ormcHy Wiwy,sor)  Toronto, Ont.  . .*MOK.L   . .  "CUBAN    BLOSSOM',  A  UNION, M,\I)F, OHIAR  RO'M   THR���������  Cuban Cigar Factory  K. J. B')0'1'*i:, -y.ipTy.iint,  SPORT  ^Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  with _'f__,  ROD and GUN  If you like to raid of the experiences of  anglers, shooters and campers of yachting  or if you are interested in country life, ask  your ner'sdealer for Foreat and Streaia.  -or-w!���������ite_for,ir.eeJpecimen_59pKl_o������������������ jwnd_  twenty-five cents for four weeks' tr'arirlp.  Forest and Stream Is a 1-rt.e Illustrated  weekly journal, which contains the tollowlnj  departments:  Ganv������ Bad and Gun.      Natural History,  Sea and River Fiahin***,   Yachting  TheSpitrtxin-tnTourist, Ca-i\oein-J,  Rifle and Trap, Kennel.  We send free our catalogue of the best boobs  on outdoor life and recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway. Ne v V;������rl* C ly.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY    j  TnU LAXATIVR liROMO QUININE wtl)- i  lots     All ilfii-^i-itN rt'tin il t,--n un ui-\ 11' it i  fails to ���������fli-r'o        K, \\ (Iruvo'H gif-uature is  u i-it ill box ,    "tie.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  _^_%T'Bar^ Th,������ Sreudj Utorlno Tonic, and  ^.i'P'-MiSiHo-^lii.topon which woraou oan  )?g&2& depend, k Sold la Xmoe dewo-**  1 Gt ot M'rmiJith-No.-V^l * No. 2,  v> in dof-rvi'8 stronffor. !|3; No. 3,  V   iyK BL'ooml oiiftOti, ������S por bot  -toJ)  Bold liy all drueffista, op Mail  %j      propald  on receipt- ot price,  -  .,>������������������, Fi'-io pamplilet. AililKiRs: T������  Ctl-IKMEOIOINlCO.JonDNTO.OMT. {formerly   Wiiuii*&  |^������^1  u  , ��������� i-'-i  It la W t-ii tt li. I  "I Io*-t> you uuu<��������� Uiaii nil my wonlth!" '  ���������xclalnutl iln������ Inn* of ih<* )������lny ns hn  fililt'il the liiiilliir* lady "In IiIk nrniH. .  "nimij'li!" ������lii' wlil-jpi'vi'i' fi-������ Iht hfnil J  ., 4    Mm    \t,.     ....     ...,\,, *.������u    ....... .1    ^   .**   ^,.^  only $12 a w.-1'ls."  Uxit Uu- initlli'iici' did rmt liciir tlila,  "���������asagi  MmIiH'1- llnttt*.  "Mnttfij dnojtii't holU'Ve in lonu ���������'nirnn'iH  Blfl.ti."  "X*:.    I   "imlorMfKHl  Mutter*  Tomtg  'j;.m !i;n������ a g<j>;d d- a! nf f'Mtuy."  M#*eftrtt������^tif(iwf "��������� -***|  W^VIt^ttwiVV]*;**-.  ft"*-*  l3������&ty%?Z!memm  ���������*������****������,������i1^  '.���������'"���������'.'jIQUf-u*!  l^otch Mistt.  '"���������'   'f 'il.,tffAfl''tr0  1*1  ^isTiuuBtne.. a  k>^    *A "*��������� ,-v _.,.,:  I' '   ,*r: tf* f j  '��������� '     '  ' ^-^AsjaWX  Thr Otil-f Oonnln*.  Thi������ only r-rat "uniin In 1*1" in ttit iwir������  r'-itw   finclflrat*.--Bottlon   ConimorcliJ  f?'������ll������������*.  Ziimiz ol ���������������-wk'1a Wlini^kie^;  ^aS^S*  Th������ HUDSON S BAY CO,  8ol(* Agents for *3 ''j. THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD) BRITISH COLUMBIA.  23  What the Crops Mean io the Country.  Early in the spring the country begins to ask, "How are the crops?"  Our prosperity during tlie twelve  months following the harvest depends  in a very large measure on the answer  to this question. Out oi' the ground  comes our weath. In these yours of  abundant prosperity the farmer takes  from the earth, each harvest season,  products to the value of $4,000,000,000  and moro than a third of this enormous sum represents the two great  ���������crops of the west���������corn and wheat.  Tho .question, "How are the crops?"  becomes, therefore, each year as the  ���������harvest time approaches, ono of vital  importance, and the earlier the know-  lodge of the size and quality of the  crops, tho more valuable it is to the  commercial community. Railway  people need to know in advance, the  outcome of the harvest, that they may  prepare for tho transportation of the  crops to the markets. Bumper crops  mean big tonnage, not only of prod-  cts from the farm to the consumers,  but also of merchandise from the manufacturing towns to the farms, bought  &y the fanners with their produce.  When railway men are assured of big  ��������� ���������"wops they spend many millions of dollars for new locomotives and cars and  Kails and many millions more for the  ���������"improvement of their roadbed and the  extension of their lines into new terri-  ' &ory. The steel men are jointly interested with the railway men in the  fnarvest for one fourth of the enormous product of the steel mills of this  ��������� t-ountry is purchased by the railways.  When tho crops fail the railways can-  ���������Jsal their orders for rails and bridges  "ismd equipment, and steel descends  from prince to pauper. Then all the  big manufacturers of the country,  whether of wagons or plows, of shoes  or clothing, must know whether their  great customer, the farmer, is to have  money to spend from harvest to harvest. So it is with the merchants all  through the agricultural country.  Even more important is early know-  Hedge of the crop prospects to the  ���������bankers, who must not only finance  ���������the movements of the crops to market,  but must also know whether the harvest is to cause expansion or contraction of capital ventures through the  ���������couiiti-y. Then there are the flour millers and elevator owners, who are di-  refctly interested in the marketing of  the crops. Finally, tuere is the great  body of men who speculate in the rise  ������nd fall in commodity prices, and who  ���������frisk many millions of dollars in back-.  ~^g_tkair_ai*jnions_as_to the volume of  tho crops and tlie denianTTToTThem u5"  the markets of the world.���������Frank  ���������Fayant,  in  "Success- Magazine.-"  Worms derange the whole system.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  Meninges worms and gives rest to  the sufferer. It only costs 25 cents  to try it and he convinced.  PHENOMENON OF THE WIRELESS |  Messages Sent at  Sunrise  or Sunset!  Often   Miscarry and   Experiments    j  are to be Made.  New   York.   ���������   Wireless  telegraph i  tests are to be made for the next 30  days by officers in. charge of the var- i  ious stations established by the navy j  department, to determine, if possible,  the cause of the many failures to receive and  to send messages at sunrise and sunset..  Repeated tests have shown this to  be the case and 'it is said that the ',  navy officers were the first to make  the discovery of this strange and important phenomenon. Just why the  power of the wireless apparatus aud  sound waves should be at the lowest  ebb at sunrise or sunset, operators  say, may not be difficult to ascertain,  for it has long been known that messages can be sent by the system at  night 40 per cent, better than in the  daytime, especially when the sun is  shining. There is what is termed  frictional dissipation of energy by  day. It is also known that foggy  weather is more favorable for sending and receiving wireless messages  than clear weather; so naval officers  familiar with electrical subjects believe they will soon be able to locate  the alleged defect at sunrise.  It is an Officer of the Law of Health.  ���������When called in to attend a disturbance 'it searches out the hiding-place  of pain, and like a guardian of the  peace, lays hands upon it and says,  "I arrest you." Resistance is useless  as the law of health imposes a sentence of perpetual banishment on  pain, and Dr, Thomas' Eclectric Oil  was originated to enforce that sentence.  All churches in Manitoba have  signed petitions for better laws to enforce observance of the Sabbath.  Residents of Kings count j\, P.E.I.,  wai nt. the Scott act repealed and a  more stringent one passed.  A woman who appeared in a London  police court was described as a "pawning agent."  Dust on the Ocean.  "To talk of a 'dusty' ocean highway,  sounds absurd, but the expression is  perfectly accurate," states a writer.  "Everyone who is familiar with ships  knows that, no matter how carefully  the decks may be washed in the  morning, a great quantity of dust will  collect by nightfall. You say, 'Bii^tTie  modern steamship, burning hundreds  of tons of coal a day, easily accounts  for such a deposit.' True but the  records of sailing vessels show that the  latter collect more dust than a steamer, 'On a recent voyage of a sailing  vessel-���������a journey which lasted 97 days  ������������������24 barrels of dust were swept from  the decks! Tho captain was a man of  scientific tastes, and made careful observations, but could not solve the  mystery. Some, no doubt, comes from  the wear and tear on tho sails ai)d  rigging, but that accounts for only a  small portion. To add to the mystery,  bits of cork, wood, and vegetable  fibi'Q aro frequently found in this sea  dust.    Where does it como from?"  CANADA'S  TIME.  Photographing   Disease  Germs.  Boston, Mass.���������A discovery of great  importance in medical science has  been made by Prof. H." C. Ernest, the  bacteriologist of the Harvard Medical  School. The discovery relates to the  photography of disease germs without  the aid of chemical coloration.  . Prof. Ernest, who has been assisted  in his three years' experimentation  by Prof. J. L. Morse and W. C. Sab-  hie, has evolved a process of photographing the germs by means of the  so-called ultri-violet rays of the spectrum, so that each germ stands out  separate. Formerly this process of  discovering the size and shape of  germs was oarried on by chemical  means.  dr.    Meldrum    Stewart    Tells    How  Clocks are Kept Right.  At the meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada a paper  was read on the time service at the  Dominion Observatory at Ottawa by-  Mr. R. Meldrum Stewart, M.A., who  is in charge of the service. Everyone,  from the railway management to the  man on the street, is ultimately do-  pendent on some observatory clock.  The method of determining the time  from tho stars was explained, and also the essentials of a good clock. The  ultimate standard at the observatory  winds itself up electrically ovory half-  minute. It keeps time with the stars,  and so is called a sidereal clock. The  chief mean-time0 clock which keeps  ordinary timo, is chocked daily by  comparison with the sidereal clock.  By electrical means this clock controls  a clock in each of the government  buildings, and these again actuate  dials placed in each of the rooms.  Four insulated wires run from the  Observatory to the city for this  purpose. At present there are 42 dials  in the Parliament Buildings, 60 in the  West Block and 48 in the Langevin  Block. These, with a few others,  tnake up a total of 214 dials.  All German soldiers must now learn  to swim.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  In England, out of every 1,000 inhabitants seventy-three are more lilian  sixty years of age.  Ogling Explained.  "Madame,"  finally said    the    little  tejai,    iiuvv    mun    jui  noticed you ogling ������,������, .. ...v. ,.wv .   you." "Nj, madanie; and what's  moro I guess you don't know you're  -standing am my pet corn!"  llnard's   Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  Spain has 000,000 titled persons;  that is to say, about ono in every  thirty-eight  inhabitants.  A Cry for Help.���������A pain In the back Is  a cry of the kidneys for help. South  "American���������Kidnei'���������Gure���������is���������the-onlj*_cure,  that hasn't a failure written against it  in cases of( Bright's Disease, diabetes,  inflammation of the bladder, gravel and  other kidney ailments. Don't neglect  the apparently insignificant "signs."  This powerful liquid specific prevent!  and cures.-���������70  A number of young teachers from  Franco and Prussia are to be attached  to schools iu Scotland.  Where Women are Muzzled.  Women of the better class in Muscat  all wear muzzles, which barely allow  them to open the mouth or see with  the eye, or sneeze.  If there happens to be a Cleopatra  in Muscat she will never fascinate any  Anthony by the beauty of her well-  shaped nose, for it is kept in a specially made, ugly case, in which it is impossible to tell its shape. But with  its faults this is a far better system  than that of c tting off the nose, as  men in the Kangra district, in India,  are wont to do when any of their  spouses have proved too fascinating.  State of Ohio, City of Toledo,  Lucas County,  Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he  ls senior partner of the firm of F. J.  Cheney & Co., doing business in the city  of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,  and that said nrm will pay the sum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and  every case of Catarrh that cannot be  cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK .7.  CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed In  my presence this 6th day of December,  A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON.  (Seal.) Notary Public.  Haiti's Catarrh Cure is taken internally  and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for  testimonials free.  P. J. CHENEY   & CO.,  Toledo,  O  Sold by all  Druggists,  TV-;.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation  A postage stamp market has been  established in Paris, to meet every  day.  , Most housewives judge the purity  cf a flour by its whiteness. White  somehow signifies purity. But while  pure flours are always white, white  flours are not always pure.  Royal Household Flour  is the whitest flour that is milled.  It is also the purest. You may think  the flour you are using is about as  white as flour can be. Yet if you  place it beside Royal Household  Flour it will look yellow by comparison. Ask your grocer for Royal  Household, and make sure that he  understands that you mean it.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd.  Montreal.  "Ogilvie's Book for a Cook," contains 130 pages of excellent recipes,  some never published before.   Your  ���������rocer can tell you how to get it FREES.  .52  Letters dropped into a box in Paris  are delivered in Berlin within an hour  and a half.  The young crown princess of Germany refuses to allow the use of a  bearing rein <on hor horses.  John Jacob Astor, son of "William  Waldorf Astor, has joined tho First  Lifo Guards in London.  Sunlight Soap is better than other  oaps, but is best when used In the  Sunlight way.     Buy    Sunlight   Soap  nd follow directions.  'IrtiHgestlon, that menace to human  tlipplness, pitiless In Its uw-aults, end  fto    respecter    of    persons, hna mot Itu  f-MlQUeror In South American Nervine,  his great Hlomach and nerve remedy  Htlmulales ingestion, tones the nerver*,  *UdB circulation, drives out impurlt'****,  ���������lapels emaciation nnd brlnKR back the  Blow of perfect health,   Cures hundreds  e"cluonlCH"   that   have   batlled   phy������������  lant*.���������tj8  Henry V, Moore, widely known in  many omiutrk-H as a Y.M.CA. worker,  ts (loud,  There are 170 nonconformists in  tlie British Parliament, of whom seventy-three won seats from Conservatives.  Origin  of  the Woolsack.  ���������TlIe"lvo"5lI'*Mr~OT^  Lord Chancellor sits, is a large square  bag of wool covered with red cloth.  It was first used in the time of Edward III., to remind the peers of the  great importance of the wool trade to  England, and tho consequent necessity  of keeping friendly with Flanders.  Help   the   Overworked   Heart,���������Is  the  great engine which pumps life through  your system hard pressed, overtaxed,  groaning under its load because disease  has clogged It? Dr. Agnew's Cure for  the Heart is nature's lubricator . and  cleanser, and daily demonstrates to  heart sufferers that it is the safest, surest, and most speedy remedy that medical  science knows.���������67  Indians'On the Pacific coast have  adopted a weird ceremony as a curo  for la grippe; ���������  STOP IT  Every drink of liquor taken, forces the  heart beyond the natural beat, it also  causes kidney and liver troubles. Nerve  exhaustion is one of the ailments brought  on by even moderate drinking. Stop at  once the use of liquor. If it inconveniences you to do this it Is proof positive  that you have the disease of Inebriety  and need medical help. Then seek for  the best aid. The Keeley Cure has restored half a million people back to  health, prosperity and happiness. Wrlta  to-day for evidence and we will prove  our claims.   Address  in   confidence,  THE   KEELEY   INSTITUTE  133 Osborne St., Winnipeg.  Tho Rand has now a population of  114,000 out of 290,000 whites in the  Transvaal.  Chancellor Von Buelow declares that  the Moroccan conference will have a  satisfactory result.  The Chinese in Victoria will invest  capital in an electric railway.  Tlto king of Italy hns 200 horses  each with its namo printed in white  over its manger.  Tho largest body of water in the  tho world having no outlet in the  ocean is the Caspian Sea.  Dyspepsia   This d'lHease from which ao  Biany milTur gives tho average physician a ureat deal of trouble.  Tht  best medical mon havo endorsed  '��������� Psvcinm*," and recommended It  In ���������cores of the most obstinate  cases, It lias never failed In a single  Instanco to give prompt relief-, and  a permanent curo when direction!  have been followed.   Tbe system  ���������f cure is entirety different from  any of tho old fogey nills, powdera  er  tablets.    A  few doses  will  remove the tightness and weight  on stomach.    Taken regularly it  positively cures general distress,  Jatuteiicy,   nervousnesst    coat������4  tongue, heartburn ami palpitation.  If you havo never used "PsycHiM***-"  'don't hesitate a moment longer.  Ask jour nearest druggist,  GREATEST OP AWL TONI08  (W0N0UNCW'3&KUS)  ML MUCCIS73-0ME MUM-TtML FRU  OR. T. A. OtOCUM, Umltod  It��������� Mine; tt. ������������.,   Toronto, Oar-ade  Closing the Gates.  The closing of tho gates in Pekin,  just boon uso it goes on daily an < may  apparently go on daily for centuries  to como, is probably ono of tho 'sights'  least witnessed and talUo ��������� of, save by  thoso foreigners who may havo  chanced to ,'run for it' near closing  time. Tho daily performance it  miirkod by a duo ceremony which is  i-uiiiiit and full of interest to tlio intelligent onlooker, as tlto closing _ by  no men lis signifies tho mere bringing  togotlioi' uf tho lienvy wooden doors  uml ljiii-iiii;4 tlie Enipmir's highway  against all comers.  At the appointed hour n preliminary signal is given by a largo gong  or iron shield being struck wiih a big  ii'iin bin' fifty times in such quick succession as to nlmost defy calcitTution  This is followed _ by n signal of 100  blows repented in precisely tlie sumo  fashion. When tho third and hiHt  cycle of gong strokes is entered on n  number of old nnd, nt this hohhoii,  very imieh bowudded and niufllod up  "t'hiuiies" start a .series of discordant  yells to all nnd mi miry to "Imston"  oi-''tlio,v will bo shut out. Tlio combination of Hignuls is followed by u junt-  ling streaiu ol penpui in both directions.  Presently tho rush nlnckonn until  only ii solitary podestrian, or possibly  a iiiiin ou a don key; full tilt, n bolntod  rickshaw, or a heavily ladon enrt struggle " th.V-u^* "|l'f>������i \\ ruMwrornont il  rondo with the <oito*, vr-Hiti?* bursts  out afresh, nml -mot'ier rush oiihuos,  tho Bates bi'ing mon tnvliilo halt closed  and occasionally opened a little way  again, until the outfcoori*, having*,  meanwhile ceasi'il. there U a I'm-)]  suliiiiiiuiH.il lu Ri.'i in,o ino ou.i, ������iai uiu  process of eloMiit-, which Iiiin tiikou  some hnlf-hour i.i nil, i* concluded.  The huge, iron piutod doors havim*.  elnngi'd to, a ii'iuister iron polo is  draped up and placed nerosn thoin  on iron supjiorts, l>i?im< ret allied in  pii'UUuii     ti^v   ii     j aiih ci.   ut     i-i|i>i inini*  proportions ami ������ w-'ll-kuoivn Chines������  typo, Tiiriv nn- in nil ti,,. till, of  Pekin honm VI uates, ami the sum������  ceremony is observed nt each, but at  such tlmroiiglifnrps nt* ihe Hatnnien  there i* naturally more trniTic- nnd the  jintet-.js is j.s������������������..'; bly jm-pwtkinftt-'y  tw<������i������r.  MONSTER   BATTLESHIPS.  I.S. May Build   Leviathan   of  20,000  " Tone.  "Washington.-���������In tho discussion    by  tho naval exports concerning tho do-  signs oc tho battleships to bo author-  issotl nt tho present session of congress,  there i.s alrend    obsorved a difference  of opinion concerning tho displacement,  Tho general board is in favor and has  urgently roconvmoiuled a displacement  of 18,000 tons, ns comparing with tlio  10,000 tons displacement plan,  which  is considered inferior to battleships of  more recont design   now   under construction by   Great   Britain,    Franco  and Russia.    It is bolioved, however,  that tho 2,000 tons    additional    displacement is  not sufficient;  at least,  Much an opinion i.s   oNprusM-d by certain nnvnl olIicei'N, including "Ronr-Ad-  iniral Cnpps,  the chief onnstviietor ol  tho navy.    Jt is pointed out that ii  tho diKpiiieemoiit of the new bnltleship  is to be increased, it might as well bo  mado 20,000   tons,   It is   considered  that tlio 2,000 tons extra will not give  tho benefit of snood and incronsed buttery which will'   ooinj-oiiHiito   for tho  oxtra cost of tlto onlnrgoniont.   It is  evident thnt tho   discussion of   this  {mint will bo   most   intei-osting, nflU  that out of the agitation will develop  a battleship in this country which will  HtirpasN in sino, Bpood, protection nnd  jii'iiiiiniont, anything of tho siuno clnss  designed or    building    nbrond.    En oh  year theso ndvnncos in battleship do-  signs hnve been   considered ns   marking the end of their development, but  bnch yonr somo new feature hnR been  adopted so that it is considered thnt  t!.��������� .I,,...!'.;,;..,,;.J. J tU I..UK. !;������������������-; h'.xr  liy no monni tenninntod, The matter  is still under consideration by tho nnv-  hi niitlioi'itios, nnd it is expected that  ovon after a definite decision tun teen  touched, tho light ovor tho tonnngo  Jany bo carried right into congress.  Suffor No Moro.���������Thoro aro thousands who llvo mlsornblo Hvos bo-  anise dyspepsia dulls tho fncultios  and Rlmilowfl existence with a cloud  of doproBBlon, One wny to dispel tho  vnporn thnt beset tho victims of this  di-Miiili-r Ih Io uuh-v llnuu u conn-i-- uf  Pnrmoleo'g Vogotnhlo Pills, which nro  iuauii.,, thu Ik.u. v������ Haulms pUUi known.  being onsy to lake and nro most ofh-  Various In their action. A trial of  tliem will prove this.  Ask Your  OwnDoctor]  If he tells you to take Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral for your  severe cough or bronchial  trouble, then take It. If he has  anything better, then take that.  But we know what he will say;  for doctors have used this  couch medicine over 6Q years.  -I h������ve mad Ajar't Oherrr Pectoral for  hard oolrie, tod oonebi, tnd Inflner,*-.. Il hu  dons m������ ffrett mm, snd I believe It It tbe  beit cough medlolna in the world tor ell  throat snd inng tronbl-M."-������ti U. BTVAUT,  Albany, Oregon.  A  lude by 3,0. a-rer Co., Lowell, Vast.  ���������iioaeanoiot   yers  Hume of  9.   SAMAPAULU.  PILLS,  HAIR VIOOft.  Kmd the bowels open with  Ayort Pill* at bedtime, Jui  .*., one of  just one.  The Mooney Way  There's nothing too good  to go into MOONEY'S  CRACKERS. The best  flour that Canada mills, the  best butter and cream that  Canada's famous dairies can  produce, and the best  equipped bakery in Canada,  to convert them into the  best crackers you ever ate���������  Mooney'*  Perfection  Cream  Sodas  Th****/ nre pood eating any  time and all the time.  Crisp, inviting, toothsome.  HAVE YOU EVER TRIED  GOLD STANDARD TEA  "GUARANTEED THE BEST"  IP NOT, BEGIN NOW.  It li the Best Value In Canada  To-day at 35, 40 and SOc  per pound.  lib.  and half lb. Lead  Packed  31b. and 5 lb. Tins.  A   LABEL  UIU* This  Switsf-rlaml    now    hns    a    foreign  Irodo of oror $100,000 a year.  Attiohadjo an* Oarmtnt It a  Guarantor of  GOOD MATERIAL  GOOD JteRKVANMHP  and Oood Wearng Qualltlne  When Buying OVERALLS,  PANTS, VESTS, SNOOKS,  OP  WORKINQIHEN'S SHIRTS  Saa thataaoh artlafo baara a  lebaPlkt aaovt  Inalat an Qettlng  "King of the Road" Brand  And Take no Othai**  IIVERYOARWINTOUARANTUP  W nu -No m\-rn 7t  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  m  LUCKY  THIRTEENTH  By 1NA WRIGHT HANSON  Copyright, 1905, hy McClure, Phillips A Co.  gg  3S  The sky was blue, tbe ocean bluer,  and Dorothy's eyes the fairest blue of  all. The sand was white, the breeze  caressing, and Dorothy seemed unusually susceptible. I.judged it to be an  auspicious time to declare my feelings,  so I began:  "Dorothy,dear, I have wealth through  no fault of my own, social status ditto  and a moderately good disposition. I  love you.  Will you mar"���������  To my surprise, Mistress Dorothy  sprang to ber knees, crying, "Don't,  don't!" and clapped her small hand  over my mouth.  "Very well, then, I won't," I said to  the circumstances,  "Oh, but I want you to!" was the  next astounding development, while  she dropped down on the sand again,  bowed her head and wept.  I thought I was used to Dorothy's  moods, but I realized then that my  knowledge concerning them was small.  As I didn't know what else to,do," I  just sat still. Finally she raised her  head from the sanctuary of her hands  and looked at me reproachfully.  "Oh, George, I've been waiting a  Whole year to hear you say it, and now  why couldn't you have said it differently?"  I sat up a little straighter. "How  should you wish me to approach the  Bubject?" I inquired coldly.  "Of course you don't understand,  poor boy!" she sighed, poking back behind her pink ear a little damp brown  curl. "I have a chum at home, and  we were always thinking of something  that no one else would. One day she  said, 'Let's make vows.* So we each  took a piece of paper and wrote on it  a vow which we were bound to keep  if we were���������were���������hung for it. Nell's  vow was"���������  "Never mind Nell's vow," I said.  "What was yours?"  -"I���������vowed���������I���������wouldn*t������marr.y_a_maiL  who didn't propose to me in a way no  other man ever did."  "Ever proposed to you?" I asked jealously. '  "No, no! Ever proposed to anybody.  I vowed, so I have to keep it. Oh,  Geoi-ge, I've just lived to have you say  It In som? strange way!"  "There's .no law against a fellow's  proposing twice, is there?" I asked.  She looked up eagerly. "Oh, you  haven't said it yet. you kuow. I stopped you. Do yon suppose you could  think of some original way?"  "Well, I'll try mighty hnrd. But what  a fool thing for you to do anyway!"  "I know it," sho acknowledged, with  unusual meekness.  As our afternoons at Santa Monica  were devoted to the surf, wc met again  In front of tho bath house and hand In  hand walked toward the seeth'lug  breakers. , Sho looked moro charming  than ever in hor black suit, "banded  ,Wlth scarlet, and a scarlet haudker-  chief knotted nbdut her small head.  "Hoavons, Dorothy, how I lovo you!"  I exclaimed as wo emerged from our  plungo through the flrst swell.  "And I love you, too, dear," she murmured, coloring a llttlo. "You will flud  some wny, won't you?"  "Yes, If I havo to pick you up somo  dny nnd run oft with you."  "That wouldn't do. Somo of the sov-  nges behave that way. It Isn't tho doing anyway; It's tho asking,"  "Dorothy Allen, seo that swell coming? W.lion it gets here I'll hold you  under it till tlioro Isn't a bronlh ieft In  your body If you don't say you'll marry  mol"  "It isn't original,1** sho persisted. VTho  man Nell's engaged to suid almost  that."  "Darn the mnn, nnd Noll, tool" I snid  viciously under my brontli. I didn't  try nny moro that dny, hut sho allowed  mo ono kiss as wo tint on tho raft, and  Unit was something.  It would bo a wearisome task to re-  lato all tlio ways In which I tried to  propose to Dorothy that summer, I lay  uwiilco nights trying to think of somo  wild and woolly way to ask lior to marry mo, only to fnco bitter defeat by being told that somo other John had said  the same to his Joan. Dorothy's knowledge on tho subject scorned prodigious.  It would Have ioukt-u HUbpitiuus io mu  iuui hho uot tc.������''> iYd un had ua I  did over my inability to bo original.  Tho summer wns nlmost gone. A  cortnln Thursday wns to murk Dorothy's departure for lier New York borne.  Un tho liii'HOii.v l-oiuro we, >viiu u gay  party, woro to visit Mount Lowe.  Dorothy's pretty lips road tbe description from the guidebook ns wo  loft Los Angeles aud woro bomo swift,  ly through suburban places townrd the  fog wreathed mountain*?. The roH ot  tho crowd was considerately oblivious  of iu two, so I tmulu bold tu Interrupt.  "Dorothy, this has got to end. I nm  losing my appetite, und I can't sleep  night*. I hare tried twelve times. If  I can't find n way to suit yon on this  trip I am off for Africa or Shanghai  mil m*ik.   You uctdu't look iucrul-  uious.  I am m dead earnest"  "Seems as though you might think of  something," she replied.  "And if I do you are going to marry  me right away and let me go home  with you," I went on, ignoring the reproach of her remark. "I deserve something for all I've gone through."  She didn't say yes, but, on the other  hand, sbe didn't say no, so I felt fairly  confident.  "Echo mountain," called the conductor. "Change cars for Alpine "tavern.  Five minutes' wait."  On the right were the ruins of a hotel, which we went over to observe.  Here we found a cannon, mounted.and  ready for business.  "That," said the man who had been  tbere before, "is fired off occasionally  to show tlie marvelous power of echo.  It reverberates here, yonder, to tha  right, the left, many times over."  I grasped Dorothy's hand and drew ' rjcvw  Cannibals Who Cannot Count.  London.��������� Arithmetic is not a  strong point as yet with the natives  of New Guinea, acording to-Prof.  Seligman, in a discourse on the Papuans at the Royal College of Surgeons.  Their numerical system only extends  as far as five, he said, and they only  had words for one and two. They  wrote five as "two,1 two,, one," and beyond that they could not get.  There is a new language about every  twenty miles .and cannibals still flourish,- Tlio great thing- to do over there  is, after having eaten your man, to  keep his skull and carve it. When  the warrior gets old he loans his skull  as a talisman to the young braves.,  Ostriches in a Storm at Sea.  "Ostriches are terrible creatures to  have aboard a ship in a storm," said  a sailor.     "Knocked ., about ��������� by   the  i waves, they fall and break their legs.  We once   carried   12   superb   ost-  They    were    good    sailors.  (Their sea appetites were fine.     But  GROWING  BOYS.  her away from the crowd.  "Darling," I whispered, "I'm going\Vo"da^fronrpIrta7a7ty gaie over-  back on this ear, and I'm going to mar  took us.  ry you touight. Wait here or at the) And then it. was pitiful to see those  observatory ��������� yonder. When you get ostriches. The .ship's lurches and  tired of observing. Dick vour wedi-ibisM ducks knocked them off their pins,  douiiuet, for you win need it as soon sent them rolling back and forth, to  as I get back. Goodby, sweetheart." |and fro; wildly, helplessly.  And before she could do anything but' " Imagine a dozen ostriches, now on  stare at mc in a half frightened, wholly   f;/?.^ then-bang- on their  charmlne wav I had caught the down ,-     s* lheu* long legs m the air- ro1*  cnarming way lima caugut me aown lmg every Wh&t       ,  car and was out of ber sight. .    : to happen happened, of course. Their  Once the car reached Los Angeles I legs broke. You could hear above  was out, tearing along the sidewalk to the storm the sharp crack of the  the courthouse, where the smiling coun- splitting bone.  ty clerk favored me with the precious!    0r those 12 fine ostriches ouly two  bit of paper which would allow me to reached port alive."  wed my Dorothy.  "Do you know anything about any  of the preachers in this town?" I asked,  wiping my perspiring forehead.  His smile broadened.   "Well, if it is  a runaway match I shouldn't advise  you to tackle the Methodist.   A trifle,,,  narrow is Mr."���������  "It isn't a runaway match," I answered hastily, "but for certain reasons I want the services of a young  man."  "Mr. B. of the Unitarian is about  your age, I should judge."  "He's the man. Where can I find  him?"  After getting definite directions I fled  down the courthouse steps. I found  Mr. B��������� who when he had heard my  story laughed immoderately, but, as I  Jfeought_a._'gouug man would, consented to go ���������~  HE FEELS AS  YOUNG AS EVER  MR.  CHESTER      LOOMIS      TOOK  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS.  And from a Used up Man he Becarm  as Smart as a Boy.  Orland, Ont., March o, (Special).���������  Mr. Chester Loomis, an old and re  speeted farmer living in this section  is spreading broadcast the good new*  that Dodd's Kidney Pills are n sun  cue for the Lame Hack and Kidne*  Disease so common among old people  Mr. Loomis says:  "I am 70 years-of age and smart end  active as a boy, and I give Dodd't*  Kidney Pills all the credit for it.  Before I started to use Dodd's Kid  ney Pills I was so used up I could  hardly ride in a buggy, and I could  not do any work of any kind. Every  body thought I would* not live long  Dodd's Kidney Pills are a wonderful  remedy."  ��������� The Kidneys of the young may h  wrong, but the kidrievs of the ol<?  must *ie wrong. Dodd's Kidney Pilli  make all wrong kidneys right/ Thai  is why they are the old folks' greatest  friend  Need  an   Occasional  Tonic to   Maintain  Health and   Keep the  Skin Clear.  On  with me. Consequently the  last car for Altadena and Mount Lowe  found us on  board, together with  a '.completely run down and   went under  every side one sees young men  and growing boys with pale, pasty  complexions, their faces covered with  pimples and their gate shambling and  listless. Such a condition is extremely dangerous���������the blood is out  of order���������a complete .breakdown mav  result. To put > matters right; to  give that spring to the step, that  clearness to the skin arid that glow of  health to the face, a tonic is needed���������  Dr. W'lliams' Pink Pills are needed.  As proof of this, Mr. Charles Diefen-  thal, 12 St. .Ursule street, Quebec,  says: ''Frequently my studies;��������� necessitated', iny'remaining up until a late  hour. The result was that my system  "gradmlly^realrei^  19.03, I seemed    to   collapse.    I    was  had i,  tlio care of a doctor, but instead of  'gaining strength, I seemed to grow  weaker. I could not take solid food,  did not sleep well, and weakening  'night SAveats gave me    further cause  s  Where Indeed?  An artist, travelling in Morocco  having found it difficult to make pic  hires of the Arabs there, writes:���������"]  once tried to sketch some Arabs ir  Algiers; they constantly evaded me'  and at last an old Moor���������with whom  we were on friendly terms, produced  by constant bargaining for embroider  ed rugs���������spoke to me on the sJJjject  like a father, for my good. 'It is not,'  he said, "that any harm will ensue tr  those whose picture yon make; it if  you yourself will suffer inco'nveniencf  in the, next world. Allah will say tc  you: "Followino- your own will and  pleasure, you have made those figures  1 now command you give, them souls.''  And where, my friend, will you b*  then?'"  COMMON GUINEA FOWL,  Likely to Become a Source ot Profit tte  Poultrymen���������More Attention to Be  Paid to Them in Near Future.  Guinea   fowls,    sometimes    call-AtS  guinea keets, are probably natives ot*  the west coast of    Africa,   although  some authorities urge that they   are-  descended from a variety common ia-,  Abysslnia.' They were raised as fable-  birds by the ancient Greeks and Romans, but disappeared   from   Europ*-  during the dark ages and were reintroduced later, it is said, from Jamaica*  and Cuba.  They are well known as game birds*  in England, where large flocks ar* ���������  sometimes kept in game preserves. Go  the continent they are more common >  and more completely, domesticated ���������?  and are prized as table birds. In Au������  tralia especially there are large   e*>.'  Minard's Liniment Co.,  Limited.  Gentlemen.���������My daughter, 13 yean  old, was thrown from a sleigh and  injured her elbow so badly it remain  ed stiff and very painful for three  years. Four bottles of MINARD'S  LINIMENT completely cured her and  she has not been troubled for twe  -yeairs.������������������������������������j^���������-���������.-��������� -- __���������_V___  huge,  awkward  parcel  which  I  purchased on the way fo the station.  As the car reached Ech* mountain I  found a laughiug, much larger crowd j  than wo had started with and in. their j for alarm. Dr. Williams' Pink Pill  midst Dorothy, looking most uncom-1 wore brought to my notice and I be  fortable, but.holding iu her littlo hands; fenn their use, Almost from the out-  a bouquet of Indian paint brush, the set they seemed to help me, but it  gorgeous coloring matching well the WI1R spnio weeks    before there was a  material change for the better. From  that time on, however, recovery wns  rapid, and in a couple of months I  was as well ������,s ever I had been, nnd  ablo ,to resume mv studies."  Every dose of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills make new, rich, red blood; every  drop of puro blood gives strength and  .vitality to tho wholo system, and this  strongtii brings health. That is whv  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills curo such  cases us annomin, nil stomach and kidnoy ' troubles, St. Vitus dance, heart  palpitation, the afflictions known only  St.  Yours truly.  J. P. LIVESQUE.  Joseph, P.Q., ISth Aug., 1900.  The Chinese in Victoria will invest  capital in an electric railway.  hue of her own sweet cheeks.  "They've surmised something," I  whispered to my compauion. "Well,  tho more the merrier, I suppose; kind  of tough on us, though."  At which speech I thought tho mip-  later was going to disgrace bijj<*lo{h  again by unaoemiy levity. The^p^d  drew back a Utile as r-advarifo-;  ward Dorothy and introduced lb\  erond gentleman, -.;..��������� 1 tucked .her'ftlttio  trembling hiiiid':;,uiirler iny. ni'iii, and,  ,-V  May .  with my great pii|'c|Mer the other, to growin*viirls and women, and a  the minister dl8tToetIj*>1(?adIng,aud aft- host bf U\fw- 'ailments from which  er us tho crowd, though not fully un-  both youii'g" and old   suffer   through  dorstandlng tho play, wo wended our  wny toward the cannon, mounted and  ready for business,  I dropped Dolly's hand, toro the paper wrapping from my mogapliono5 and  put It to my lips.  "Dorothy!" I shouted, and first tills  hill, then that, here, there, yonder, repeated her sweet namo!  I raised It to my..Hip'again, and "Bo  mine!" Hung out thu hills. Then I laid  It on tho ground nnd held out my  hnnd, -while-tho women mulled and tho  men tossed up their but* in delight.  Tho situation was Hovere, but my Dorothy wns game. Blushing, tearful, yot  happy withal, she gave tno hor hand,  bad blood. ' Sold by dealers in modi'  oino or bv mail at "SO cents a box or  six boxes i'or $2,50 from tlio Dr. Wil-  Iinms Medici no Co,, Brockville, Ont.  Most Sovereigns Strioke.  London,���������Froj'n a mass of interesting  matter concerning the smoking habits  of the nilei'R of the world, collected  by a, forinlw* diplomat in Washington,  it appears that while King Kdwnrd  and the Austrian Emperor pre for  ciiiai's, Un> Kaiser und the Czar nre  devotees of the cigarette,  The Sultan of Turkey, iu spile oi  tho popular idea to the conTrnry, is n  non-smoker, am] the King of the Bel-  giiins (I'uitents himself    with  a  cigar-  nnd the minister stepped forward wltli fl*0 h he cannot indulge in his favor-  French  traffic  still undisturbed,  with    Venezuela    i-  ROSYCHEEKED   BABIES.  Nothing in the world is such a com  fort and joy ns a healthy, hearty  rosy-cheeked, happy baby. But thr  price of baby's health and happiness  is constant vigilance on the mother'*  part. The little ills of babyhood  tome suddenly and the wise 'mother  will always be in a position to treat  them at once. In promptly reliovin**-  and curing the ills of babyhood and  childhood no other medicine can equal  Baby's Own Tablets, and they ar*  feuaranteed absolute!*, free from opl  atoH and harmful drugs. Mrs. Wm  Sinclair, Hebron, N B.. says:  "Baby's Own Tablets are tbe best  medicine I know of for curing the illf  of young children. I alwavs koe*r  tho' Tablets in the house nnd do not  know how I could get along without  them." Sold bv all medicine denlert*  or by mail nt 25 cents a box, fron*  tho Dr. Williams Medicine Co..  Brockville, Ont,  GUINEA FOWL.  tabllsbments devoted to their breeding,  and guinea fowls are also raised fos  market in considerable numbers fc&  France and Germany.  In Canada and the   United   State*-  very few breeders, if any, raise thenar  in large numbers. They are much, more    "  common in the southern states thac*  in the north. A pair is   occasionally  seen wandering about   New   Englan*-  farmyards, but less,   commOniy   new  than a few years ago, and they are  raised in small numbers    by   many  poultrymen in the middle west, as ia-  shown by the fact that the market sup>  ply comes in considerable part from'  that region.  Both eggs and flesh are considered  delicious eating in Europe, and, although many persons in this countnt-  rate them below chicken and others^  have never tasted lb������m, epicures coo-  si der them most excellent, ranking  them with game birds. The demand  for them in city markets is constantly-  increasing, and it seems probable that  they will soon be recognized as ei  source of profit to the poultryman, fit-  to be bred, fed and.marketed as carefully as chickens, turkeys, ducks an<!S?  geese and not0mer&ly as curiosities.  Experie^cea"TJre"elJeTs~consider-that���������  in beginning to raise guinea fowls it  Is better, if possible, to buy eggs for  a common hen to hatch than to get  adult birds. Their instinct for homln-**  ls as strong as that for ranging, aw$;  thev take very unwillingly to a change-  of dwelling. If adult birds are obtained*-  they should be kept in close confine?,  ment for some days.-���������United States  Bulletin.  his little book,  Glut In Hnrj-err.  Dr. Ayniord of London wrlten to tho  Lancet advocating tho substitution of  glass for lint lu dressing wounds, Ho  describes on experiment with n piece  of thick window glass, tho edges of  which wero ground smooth, no smeared tho glass with carbolic oil nnd tip-  plied It to a wound, which honied  quickly without leaving a scar. Tho  doctor contends thut. his method results  lu an Immense saving in tho cost of  hospital practice, it is piiiuic-i* **od  tlio wound hfa'd mivu an quklly. U  also enables tlie wound to be examined  without tbe removal of the dressing.  itc bniir pipe  It is snid thnt the King of Portugal  smokes forty cigars a dny and he hns  been declared tn he the most inveterate smoker of nil the crowned heiu's,  Pope  eig*i"  I'iiiH X. oceiisioniilly   smokes n  With the f'vci'ptlon of the Queen of  Hnlliiiid, tho King of Unvnriii. nud the  Hiiltnn. every reigning iiioun eh is addicted tn the use of tobacco.  Rittr-lUb WorUnn-n'a CottRRe*.  Miss Uspetli Mc-wiuiuuui, vvuu cuu.^vd  rather a sensation In tbt "trndo"' Jn  England recently by announcing herself as a builder, hns built a model  bouse for tbe cheap cottaR������ exhibition.  This Is a borne for a workingman. and  Its entire cost does not *toc<>il 17*5'*.  Oo the flrst floor there Is a combination iivltii*, room and kitchen, with scullery and bath, and tbere are three bedrooms on the second floor, llie bouse  ts built partly of concrete and Is pic-  turesqtio and at tbe same time li well  TCDlilsted tad lighted.  Bickle's Antl-CoiiHumptlvo Syrup  is an iinpnriilollod remedy for coI-Ik,  cniighs, InflWMisii nnd dlHonsoH of tin*  throat, and  lungs.   Tho f������mo of tho  -!V.'*'1.''''.,V*   vnc>|..    MI\IM*i    VO'IVC   C\t   t<l\r>f\(w<l.  ful oho tn oriullentln-x thofw nfff-r-  lions, and In protecting mankind  from tho fatal ravages of coiiHiimp-  Hun, and an a neglected cold leads to  consumption, one cannot he too cure-  'i'nl    In   JKdit. It In Its   early   Ht'i'i-"-*.  Hll'Mi-i |>    ������>> ll������|l    I.i   i.uv.     >.v,.ru,,,    i,,,v.    ,1,  Sergeant Summoned Himself.  A Bristol, England, police Nergeant  the other day proved the serving ot a  miimnoiiH on himself for allowing a  eiiiiiiiii'V- at Stuke Bidinp Pi.lice 'a  Hon to bo on fire, He acted oh ������it-  lie*.h and dvlVnduiit, and eNj, |,ii'->-|  that tho lire was caused hy ������ child  throwing paper on tim coals. II������������ was  nwny nt tin* time, but his wile cullr-d  bim'by telephone to detect the otfen^e.  He was timed 'in 0d.  A Heavy Sentence.  Ottawa,���������A wny up In the Abittibi  District, Inst September, Achillo Zinv  mermiin, representative of Bcvilloi)  Hi-others, fur dealers ni' Montreiil, w������*  lined $1*1,500 for having in his posse**-  siun 77.1 beaver skins, It mus contrary  to the gnine laws of the province of  Quebec for Zimmerman to have thesp  in his posNssMon, and Magistrate AdniT*  Buiwnsh, of Abittibi, imposed thp  heavy line, which was com puled nt the  rate of $'J0 n skin, his interpretation  ol the'statutes being that ouch skin  so found and eonfisented constituted nn  infraction. Hut /.iuuiiermiiii did uot  hnve the tjil.l/iOO convenient itt tin?  time, mi he refused to pay it. Then  the magistrate calculated what wns  li<������.' to do nder the eirennistnlices  Tin- law says in default of payment of  line I'or iiil'i'iii'tiun the convicted must  spend three mouths in prison, hut ne  there ui'i'e 77"> violations, accord inn  to his limling Ximiiiermnn would hnve  to lie M'lit'eiieed to about. IS." yi'iilV  imprisonment to satisfy    the ends of  justice,  WW. ;!.<.' r.'i.;i' Hi. >f'.X :i- ���������''���������������������������_ et  Xiniiiieniinii dying within tlmt time.  nr from enuipiiHsinn, the mngistrnte  set nside this rending oi the inu, and  imputed nn order    thnt  nil    /.immer-   m    "iiiii!^   mnl   cbii**!'1*-     -hniild   he  sold to compensate the claim��������� ot the  Crown. Zimmerman pnli ired the 18/5  vriiiV -iiiteiice to this ������'������ he M'cured  the mi vices oi Mr. Tnlhot, of Hull.  and appealed to the .Superior Court of  Pontine to have tin.' conviction nil-  ii''''i������l fn thu* cunt, nt Ilryson recently. Judge Clmiiipngiio rendered  iioh'tiiei'it iii favor of Zimmermnn. un-  holding the rnn'etilioii ol lii������ counsel  that ���������ncli skin coiiliscnted could not  *<��������� punt tely c">nvtittit������- ������u offence, snd  ��������� lint thf* proper line to ' ������������������������ urpoi-ed  in that '"������**������ was $20.  Insects On House Plants.  Perhaps the most common of all nar  well as the most readily routed is tha  red spider, so small that it seems more  like brick-dust than a .living Insect  until placed under ihe lens. It genor*  ally chooses the lower side of tho  leaves, but is readily overcome by  spraying. A dry room breeds tha-  splder, and moisture It cannot endure-*  Spray or sprinkle the plants often and'  it will never annoy. If plants are oncer  infested, a sprayer with a bent neck is  greatly to be preferred, ns this easlls  reaches the under side of the leaves.  Small white worms In the soil   aw������"  directly traceable to small block flies*.-  which may be observed Hying about'  among   tho   plants,   and   especially  abundant If the pots are allowed to get*  dry. Saturating the soil   with   lime-  water will destroy the worms, but Hi"  must bo dono thoroughly to bo effective, Copperas water Is nnolhor simple ���������  remedy. Sprinkling black popper oven-  the soil will also rout them.  Tho scale Insect Is a common post*,,  congregating on the under sido of tho  loaves, usually following midrib tino":  veins, Washing In suds removes th������  Insects, and if tho plant Is at oncei  rinsed with clear water ^ will not h**  Injured by the process.  The mealy bug Is even worne, multU  plying moro rapidly and being even  moro persistent though similar lit  habits. The best remedy Is to apply a  tiny bit of nlcohol to each.  Ivory soup is highly recommended  ns nn Insectiohle, Carbolic soap, whlob-  muy ho mu do nt home hy dissolving te  .little carbonic aeld with a bar of any  pood I'niiiilry soap kIuivoiI Jko, Is quito  lis effoctlvo.  Cleiuilliiess is (lie secret of froodom-  from Insect., posts. Hpray often and do  not allow dust to accnmulnto. ^V  weakly plant Is a favorite harbor for  Insects. Clean, thrifty plants aro com'  pnratlvcly freo from them,  ******* ���������'���������   Mi.i    IH....1.II mm i���������I.iiii��������� nm  mm  Troubles For the Calf Feeder.  T'ridoubtedly the grcntest   difficulty  that tho calf feeder hns to   contend  I   .,.|iV   It.   r.f.nii!-t>       linen    no   ol������nwbcn>  I "tm ounce of prevention Is worth a  j pound of euro,"  i be principal t-uin*o������  of this difficulty aro ovorfoodlng, sour  I mill*, feeding cold milk, feeding grain.  with the milk, using dirty milk pally-.  I very cold water, (no much water ufk*-  |ll'lllJU.I     VII     U.ll.u        ...<������     k. I V l,-.l���������i .',, ...  feeding. The careful feeder will watch  very carefully the effect of his foo&  upon his calve,;, and us soon as therm  aro any signs of scours the milk  should bo reduced one-half or mom  and gradually increased ng.ilu a* tbei  calf S������ .il'lu to M.-.ud It.  Tlie ror������tif*ru#f������ oey no man wilt  matte a good Itiir-bttud who doesn't eat  a good breakfast THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  for Early Spring Sewing  We have received our  first shipment of  Lawns, NainsooR, Organdies, Persian Lawn,  Tucked Nainsook,   Colored Dimities,  Embroideries, Lace, Allover Lace  Aliover Embroideries, etc.  These goods are direct from the  country and are a beautiful lot.  CALL AND SEE THEM.  RIGGS 8 WHYTE  old  p.  *i  m^Nering  HARNESS  YOUR  SINGLE  CALL AND 'GET  MY    PRICES  .LUX 'JJ.'-  X. C. MOUNTING,       $10.00  ��������� DAVIS HARD KUHUER   $1500  NICKEL MOUNTING $15 00  SOLID NICKEL $20 00  ���������GENUINE RUUIiEK  $2000  PIuoq your order early and avoid the rush  If you purohuHO one ot tne above ������eta aud  after using it there Ih any dufoot, I am prepared to make it good.  Wesley Wiilard.  ���������a*r***a**������**2.mm^  VI OTICE IS MERKBY GIVEN thnt  ���������'��������� v v>'*-l:iV'. from ilato ! intend to apply  ?.-'t!-i. I Inn. Chief Coniinit-ioner of  Lnncln and Works for a twenty-one (21)  year least; of the. following describ-id land  lor the -ju-'pua' of Oyster cultni---, com  tneiictng at u posi phtiued un thu Easterly shore of Von Donope Clock, Cortes  Island, thence following thc shore line  around head of creek to a point npposite  initial post thence to place of commencement, onclosinK 300 acres, more or less,  JOHN GUNARSON.  wr Advertisers who want tbeir nd  o^aa&ea, should Ret copy in by  9 i.m. day boforo issue.  Iho Editor will not he runprmmhlo for the  viewa, Hcnliini'iitfl, or any errors of vompoah  tion of lottor oorrenponduntH.    ��������� 1  (Ml. w TlnNrrwN. M-ir.  that one ofitF prominent (?) school  masters has developed suclv a tal- *  ent for finance I He also suggests  that tbe Council is "bullied" By  whom, pray? Tne public of thi*-  townsh'U-d hail wi'.h delight���������as  they do���������that it possesses a nevvp-  paper in flhich they may at all  times'give 'heir views in public  matters, nnd let us inform the  "Fpoiory "-rig h*t-hrerft~tha*r" the-authors oi the letters lately appearing  are good sound citizens, and of good  weight aud substance in the community, a grade of citizen whose  shoes the''apology" is nut fit to lick  Let not th- "apology-" mske the fatal mistake thai because the e cii-  zms are allowed to ftwJly expi'f'Si-  their views that, they are '-bullying"  or that throwing fil*h at the proprietor of the medium through which  ihey ex preps those views ic. guing to  muzzle free opinion or help the  "apology" and his pitiful i-keleton  of a paper In ihe public opinion,  ���������,��������� ��������������������������� 0        The painfully dry com ment? and  quotations from the municipal act  (vide Enterprise,) is in "Mr', .Bates  characterihtiostyle���������dull and menu  ingless���������If he is attempting to  prove tlmt the town council must  employ a constable, he is only telling what evei-yone ktvw long before  thi* blazing sunburst of his talented  brains enveloped thiu town in itH  nul'anoo. Ho far us we know, no  one wishes to do away wiih a ions  table, the suggestion has pimply  been m.uloathat thoro be but one  permanent employe���������if the town  wishes to carry on without higher  taxation,  ���������'- -- -o -  CORRESPONDENCE.  Kditor News  Bir  The increasing number of  intoxicated persons who frequent  one of our public thoroughfares on  Sundays ub w---11 hb week days, has  loud me to come to the co>-o!ui--i->u  'hut the !!''"!"*f !'-\''!'. !n   n  ^fpo'iar*  Joo Work Strictly C. 0, D.  Transitmt Ads Omh in Advance.  ISSUKI> KVKRV WKDNKSDAY.  Subscription  $!<" 00a yoar  ii  Thocarnivorousiipolngy who runs  that roii'-un pi'ive nbor'i'*n callt-d n  ������������������n-iWKpaper" b-.- ,ou'iw, attempts,  with M* "I'l** ^'*'k'������r of tin* JOo n'uio  fihow, to "advim" the e itor of what  he perhaps means th** Newts to di  vert his talent* ������o "buying tip mortgage*", Does ho im-wn by this tlie  morlg'tg** for a cer������*ii������ whool walary  ti*������l \VA.i %hi,i divr-ruvl fo .("o"- fh������-  rf.,;,.������i'f' op dn,{" ������o ��������� iwbn ������ wli.*'  pnrp'-itieii:.. "-j ��������� ��������� ��������� .-������...-,��������� -- *' '��������� i-  iv. the  foui.try  rihwuV!   ' ���������   ; t'.o.o  itud thai .slcps.sboul.1 ho taken   hy  our ChriMiiin ci iz������-ns to consider  what ihould be done to prevent thi?  ovil work.   In tho first place the  Sunday law which is not enforced  should ho strictly obeyed, and   if  the officer of the law who is paid to  enforce this is too timid to do bis  duly, or prefers to have Sunday off,  then it is thu duty of the Mayor to  see    the      right     thing     done.  In  the next place, the habitual  drunkard     should      he    treated  as a sick  man, put  him where  he must work, nnd cannot get liquor  improve tm physical hmlth,  nnd  niiriH''>r to Ms   morn?   w^lNMng.  'I     <���������'.���������'���������." iJi'i 1 j. S'li.or ru much  an a  pt- ��������� -.v. iu iiiiii   }>u.**tor.    ity    the  general concurrence.-* of opinion  of  every civilized and Christian com-  muniiy, there are   few   fources  of  crime and mis* ry to society   equal  to the dram ahoj.*, where intoxicating liquorsare said indiscriminately  This is one question of public mor  ality   which   our   worthy   Mayor  should take up.   The police power  of the country or stale to  be fully  competent to regulate the business  ���������or to mitigate Ub evils.   I do not  submit this articleaB a  contribution to theological  controversy,  l?u'  in the true belief that a little talking out of church   now   and   then  will help the Christianity   moat   of  us profess, and aid   morality    and  virtue.   Denounce graft, let us not  say "I know well  enough  what I  should do, and yet I must i.ot do it  or I Bhall have to  go out of business".   "Who dare thunder at tne  Mammon of unrighteou.-ness wh. n  the Mammon of unrighteousness is  in the front pew, or the member of  some society, or   on    a   board   of  trustees or   perhaps  evan   on   an  aldermanic board"    Let every ai an  in public office do his dnty, no matter how disagreeable.   Let no man  think that he rau t only  save   his  own particular soul and the world  may well be lost if only he  i?   not.  Let   not   our   governments     and  councils privilege no man  or men,  for special privileges rot, the   very  souls of tho.-e   vvho   hold " it;   The  men who t-eek to hold office at the  expense of honour, and   who   Beek  popularity by closing iheir eyes to  public wrongs are paying  a   high  p;ice for a miserable product.   The  "maTfof "8oli1!~Won h"~can���������8 n a p���������h i >-  tinge.8 in the faces of   those   who  havu no higher stah.da-d than  the  passing opinion or pleasure of   tho  pie^ent ��������� moment.   True independence its always better than 'his  sort  01 social popularity.   We must insist on a new element being  introduced into civic life, the intelligent'  and upright bushiest- man.   Every  citizen     should   discharge    some  practical duty to the city, even if it  mean*-some pecuniary iocs and  it-  attended   with  inconvience.    Men  of this type me sorely   needed   in  niuniripal affairs, whioh   only too  often are controlled  by  ignorance -j  and graft,  1  Morals and Temperance  (Left ovei from May 3)  -���������������������������o '      ��������� ������������������  MIC3HT HAVE BEEN  SERIOUS  Saturday, a horse  and  express  wagon, the hst   loaded   with  impedimenta for a fishing trip to Oyster River, with a small buy on the  seat, took a notion, in the temporary  absence of the owner Mr N. Walker, to cross lots from tho alley to  Dunsmuir Avenue olose to Moore's  store.   When getting off the  side  walk at the Avenue,  whioh   is  at  that point considerably higher than  tho street level, the wa-y-n  partly  tipped over, depositing  tho  small  hoy and the rest of the load into the  street.   At the same time   something broke, and this startling tho  horce, (which up to this time was  not going fast) he made a  plunge  and   startled  Mr   Moore's  horset  which was -"landing in front of his  store hitched up  to  the  delivery  wi'gon, in which   sat  Mr   Moort's  little 3 year old girl., amusing her-  self.   Mr Moore's horeo swung out  suddenly into the street, 'browing  the ciniU out ligut xxxxdvx a������u Uci, ut  the first  runaway   which  missed  striking her  by  what  seemed  a  miracle, when she was ena'ched up  by her father, who had rushed from  the more at the first alarm.   The  firi-u runaway had by this time eras  sed the sidf walk again, and waa  charging the meat cutler in   Mo  Phee's butcher shop, kicking anl  rearing meanwhile in grand atyie,  a broken abaft gently prodding hi*  rib? and exciting him   to   renewed  action. Luckily he fell before reieb  Koyal Barfkof Canada  Capital (paid up)  .$3,000,000  Reserve Fund 3,487,162  Total Assets, 36,373,576  T. E. KENNY. PRKstufiST.  E. L. PEASE. General Manage  '' ��������� . 1 1     .    . . ���������*- *-x--  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department:���������DepoBita of $1 and upwards received;   Interest allowed at current rates, compounded twioe eaoh year on 30th June and 31 at Deoe-jriber.  Drafts ou all points bought and sold.  HP. WILSON, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS  10 to 3;   Saturday 10 to 12; open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to Q-xin  Fishing Tackle  .A. XjA^Q-IE STOOKOF  Now For Sale  Cheap  Rods, Reels, Lines, Casts, Flies, Fly books  a lot more than  was ordered.  To Get Rid of These Goods they will be sold  cheap foi Cash for the neKt Ten Days.  T.  McLean,  Cumberland B. C  Pioneer  Watchmaker  ing the counter, < lee p-obably a  fearful rtvet;ge would havp ben  wrt-aked on the tsausng-* maker fcte  was then quickly Ioom neit irom the  remains of the wagon, and the  whole outfit was removed for repairs. Mr Moore's h >ri?e ran a  short di-uance up the street where  it waB stopped without damage  The little girl, though mi.oh .-hak -  wu p"T w a������~n o *���������i n j u red���������.- e ri 0 u^ly,_  though the parents were naturnlly  mueh startled at ihe imrf. Iv  b<>y thrown out of the,, fir-.t ;wag������*u  'picked-himself up and made good  time for Darts Unknown as"soon as  he eould gather bit wits-und belong  inga together.  " 0������������������   Another runaway took place in  the Canipon Mondiy in which Mr  N Harvey'.-- horse and win-mi did.a  stunt. A Buiall 'boy of M r Harvey's  who wa-^ in thi' riti was ��������� inown out  atyi Jiadly shaken tie. The wa-zon  $$***# also wrecked when stopped  ^j������^her down the street hy Mr J.B.  McLean and o-heib.  The matty friends of Mrs E.  Walker were pained to heur of her  serioUB illuet-" last Sunday, her  condition ii one time being exceedingly tfiave. Au operation was  found to be necessary, and this wits  performed by th'* resiUrnt surgeons  0 1 Monday The parents condition  is much improved at time of willing.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied at Lowest Market Prices  Vegetables   ���������  A   Great   Variety   will   always-lie-  in-stock ;   also a uupply of  Fresh Fish  will  he on Sale ev������'ry   We<,i*."'jd''|*  Your pati'otnge is oi-idially invited,  all ordim will be |in>.nj>f:lv <leli<������'r-ft  aud  J.McPheeiSon  PKOPKIETORS.  georoe b. Martin  i' -.m?isi*KR ANDSoi.icinjh  Cans 'Inn Bank of Commerce ,^%4-.-  Nanaimo B. C  xSl  FOR SALE  60 acres bottom land  2i  miles  from town, good npring water, very  suitable for dairying, about $800  improvement,   Easy terms.  Apply at this office.  m 23  HARDWARE SPECIALTIES  for spring at the Bfpr Store, fishing  tuftkle. Hammocks, Tennis racquetB  and Hall*. Tinwn mowers, Garden  reels, Garden hose, Garden tools,  Lawn sprinklers, Poultry netting  Wcreen doors, Window blinds, Wallpaper, Faint*- and uiuuliu*.,  We carry 'arge stouke of these  lines, at lowest prices. Your patronage solicited  S, Leiser & Co.  FOR SALE  Quarter lection 160 acret* of fine  Und, "waily cleared, in one of th������������  bent parte of Comox Valley, i mile  from post office.  Apply tt tbiff office.  Trial  IS   -"JLJLX-   WTI   JL3IZ  JUST 11 chance 'oshow vou that  we always please-our customore  by snnplyinjr Ihern wli'h 'he BEST  MEATS at the lowe������-t market  pricos. A trial order will convince  you.  THE   CITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. McKAY, Proprietor.  NOTICB.  Any person or persons found out*  .tfn^.or removing timber from Lota  16, 20 and the pouth 22 acres nf  the Fractional N W, *\, Heo 80 and  Free ional 8 Wjof Seo 30 (97 Ao)  of Township XI. Nelson District,  will be prowuted according lo law  GRANT it MOUNCE.  Cumherlnnd Jan. 9th 1006.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Dull Evenings  Ar������ Banishftd  WHEN VOU OWN  A  Columbia  Graphophone  It W������.r, Providk  THE BK8T MUSIC  THB PUN '"'FUST 80N08  THBM0l1rMBHABLB  niiUiT \x vouit own firkmidb, at  A MonKRATK CWr.     VVkit* for  C'.\T,t4,'KJtT|! Oil I'.U.I.   AT  FLETCHER BROS.  oxesBSSsss im 1111 j.li.iag=-a--aMMMBBi  VICTORIA, VAJTAUCO  VAifootnrsit  Sole Au*mtw For B.C.  1  1

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