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Array r  TWELFTH  YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,  WEDNESDAY. MARCH   22  1905  IS AT THB BIG STORE, CUMBERLAND.  CALL    AND    INSPECT   OUR   STOCK.  Fancy and Shelf Hardwure.  Bbovels, Spades and Scoopfl.-  .  Forks, Hoes and Rakes;* *  Rubber and Co'tonv Hose.  Carpenters and Machinists Tools.  Enameled,  Galvanized and  Tinware.  Cutlery,  Fishing Rods and Tackle.   ,  Ammunition.  * Washing Machines. -  Wringers.  Churns.  Poultry Netting and Wire Cloth?  Paints and Brushes.  Manila and Sisal Rope.  Cook Stoves and Rang  Better get our Prices before you Buy.  SIMON LEISER Sf CO., LTD..  HOSPITAL    MEETING.  The monthly meeting was held  last Wednesday evening; present,  Messrs McKnigh., McLean, Hall,  Dr (iillecpie and Anderson.  Minutes of last meeting read and  adopted. ^  Mr McLean in chair.  Communications were read from  Provincial Secretary re the appointment to the Board of Messrs A. Mc  Knigh t and J. Horbury,   Received,  filed and placed on the minutes.  This is the first time the Government has made these appointments here  Matron's report read ���������'FatientB  for February, 22; No. of days treatment, 313; 2 deaths; cash received,  $30. Notified Board that temporary help was required during Mies  Austin's absence. Received and  filed.  Accounts���������T. Ev Bate, sundries,  $1 05 ;    Williams Bros.,  hauling,  $4.25; C.H Tarbell, plumbing and  fittings. $27.66 ;     McKay   Bros.,.  meat, &c, $20.46; S.J. Piercy, milk  (fee, $880; Mrs Woods, vegetables,  $3.75; S. Leiser, groceries, $62.oo;  salaries, $110.   Referred to Finance  Committee except S. Leiser, wbich  was referred back for a separate account instead of passbook,  Deferred business,  i), Kilpatrick's account of $41.75  for hauling,   referred to   Finance  Committee,   and   resolution   was  passed requiring all accounts, for  hauling to be rendered quarterly.  Cash receipt? ��������� Medical fund,  $37.50; from patients. $30���������Total,  $67.50. ;r;.      -  The matron's request for assistance was taken up, and a committee consisting of Messrs Dr Gillespie and W. B. Anderson appointed  to engage competent help.  Next regular meeting set for 1st  Saturday in April and annual meet-  iiig'for2rrd-t5aturda*jrr?  Nicholles & Renoui, Ld.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. O.  Just! received large shipment of  y-i  jjglTS/OlT   -A.CKKJ  trCJW   &9  CULTIVATORS,  SEED DRILLS,, WHEEL HOES, Etc.  v-srv Ufiita/m IMPBOVKMKNT8.  Call and see them or. write for oatalngaes and prices.  '* f  Telephone 80. Sola Agents for B.O. P O. Drawer. 568  Messrs Bdird and L.vW. Nunns  were appointed auditors, and tbe  meeting adjourned.  Local and Personal  the offer to the Fire boys to contribute half the printing, if (he " Enterprise " will give the other half.  If the committee had solicited htdp  we certainly should have assisied  (hem by doing gratis work We  also desire to draw tbe attention of  a certain small pet to the fact tbat  when we publish articles from cor-  respondent* on matters affecting or  pertaining to public affairs they  should not attribute such correspondence to malice or personal dislike on our part, by allowing such  articles to appear in black and  white. If a paper fails to call the  attention of the publio to public errors or fails to publish correspondence to be submitted toitecolumi sin  that connection, that paper's sphere  of usefulness is over. We will not  toady to any particular clique. Our  columnsareopen to everyone regard ���������  less of religion, politics or society  t*et8,V and the newspaper that is  afraid to discu������a or allow any public question to be discuessed within  its columns is not even fit for the  waste-paper basket.  An excellent Riich Flavored Tea  at a low price: Our Sterling Blend  Ceylon at 35c fc. Napier & Partridge.  Mr F Taylor leaves for Atlin this  morning, having received a lucrative adpointment there.  Timothy Seed per 100 lbs. $7.35;  Red Clover, per 100 lbs, $18.oo.~  Napier & Partridge,  At the Big Store you will fin New Design! in Wall Paper. We oan help you  make your honse cheerful and pretty at a  very little outlay. A large assortment of  different designs in wall paper to ohooae from  At ail prices from lOo. per roll up to almost  any price.  Shoiey Blizzard Proof Jackets and  Pants, guaranteed to keep out the wet, at  C. J. Moore & Co.  C. H. Tarbell has justreoeifed a full line  of the celebrated Sherwin Williams Paints.  Varnish, Stains, 4c,   The best paint on the*  Pacific Coast.   Call and see our oolors.  - 1905 -  Wall - Paper  JUST ARRIVED AT THE  The  GASH STORE.  MAGNET  100 Patterns to choose from.  2 Double Rolls for 25cte, upwards.  House Lining, Mixed Paints, 60 Shades of  Alabaattue, Enamel*, Stain*, Varnish,  Wbitlof. Brushes, eto,  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE,  Cumbestarad ,_  Seeds, 8eeds, for early spring sowing.  We have now a full line. Special rates for  large quantities, .at the Big Stoqs, Camber-  land.  ��������� 1905 -  wall =Paper  In the matter of H.M. Kelly, formerly  of Ciunberlaud, (present residence  unknown) and to all others whom it  may concern.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat oa  the 5th day of April, 1905. at 12.30 p.m.,  I shall sell by tender or otherwise on tho  premises of O.J. Moore k Co., Dunsmuir  Avenue, Cumberland, B.C., the following,  unclaimed artioleB whieh have been stored  i>n said premist-s since 1898, or thereabouts,  an I sine* then unclaimed.  Dated at Cumberland, B.C.,  this 22nd   -day-of-Marchr1905 r���������  BERT MOORE.  1 Photograph Camera and Stand.,  6 Plate Frames. ���������",���������-.���������_.  Witness���������Henry A. Dillon,- J.P.,  Notary Publio, B.C.  I  iV  A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.  Itoblng, Blind, Blinding or Protruding  Piles,    Drogglsti refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT falls to ouro any earn, no mat  tor of how loug standing, in 0 to U day a,  Vint apollo-aton gifts e������se and rest. fido.  If your diuygist liasi/t H iwud fiOc iu slum-;*  and it will bt forwarded post-paid by Paris  UeAiex-Ce���������9i.Uxxxa, Mo.  FOB  SALE  BUFF ORPINGTON EGG8 for Betting  $.1.00 per setting. Pna- Birds soorii g 98  points at Nanaimo and Victoria.��������� Apply,  T t'AUKY. Cumborlsud.   The 'B ������i' Hungarian flour, $6.76  pet bl.���������-Napier & Partridge. ���������  T. ������. Bate has jnst received r ton of  Wall Paper., ,  Rev. Mr Christmas is preparing  a class .of young people for confirmation to take placeduring EaBter.  Finest American Hams, 18c ft>,  Napier 4 Partridge-     :���������  The ladies of the MethodiBt  Church intend giving a concert ior  the purpose oi purchasing a magic  lantern for the Epworlh League. A  very enjoyable social was given by  the young ladies of the .league on  Friday evening.  Calsimo, the best sanitary wall  finit-h, in all shade*?, for sale by C.  H. Tarbell.  Mr T, W Mnrtindile has been in  town conducting business for tbe  famou- fcfcrantou College for the  pu-'t week.  Daily expected a large shipment  nf Ladies and MUses Ready to Wear  Hbte, (no two alike) Napier and  Partridge. ..i\  Our " publio-spiriled " friend of  the ''Enterprise''staff evidently in*  tends to give the townnpeople the  imp reunion that we object to merchants or other business men contributing prises towards en tertuin-  tYieniB that will benefit tbe city,  When, some weeks ago, we publinli-  ed an artiole commenting on the  muuerouH, in fact, almost daily demands made on the purse of store-  keeper* and others ft wqs, aud will  he undeistood by intelligent people,  ihat it was not in oafes of assist-  r nou being asked for suoh a worthy  aud ueceesary object as tbe support  of the' Fire Brigade that any insinuations were made, as we consider it  the duty of all residents to seo that  ample protection is afiorded  the  town from tire.   It is a notable fact  however, that on the large list of  sutitoribera to the fund our loyal  and "Independent" advocate has  uuuvUU hin u-iU, at* ittdups he d������cs  nut let his left hand know the doings of his right.    The collecting  committee failed to honor us with a  call, hut in all good faith we make  wmmmarmtxtmmmwmmmmmmaawmaam  You should see the new stock of  ready io-wenr hats at the Big Store  They ire stylish end up-to-date.  ***Wi*|ll*V������*-**to������*im  The Best ������tore  WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE WELL  ....KNOWN AND EXCELLENT...,  5 Roses  Hungarian Flour���������  ANOTHER CAR LOAD PUT INTO  OUR WAREHOUSE THIS WEEK.  ALSO A SHIPMENT OF  No. 1 Hard Wheat  FOR FEED,  1  and in good time for Sowing���������tbe Quality is Excellent, Special Price for half  ton or ton lots.  Having bought in on the Market, we are  able to give you Lowest Quotations on  Shorts, Bran, & Chop.  fgHBHMMMBMNMHM****M^  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE,  The Bent Store  i������ SAYS BE WAS  A TOTAL WRECK  BUT DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS GAVE  HIM A NEW  LEASE OF LIFE.  Geo. Robertson  Had  Rheumatism and  Dropsy���������Had     to,    Be     Tapped���������  Doesn't Know What   It   Is   to   Be  1   Sick Now.  Montreal, Que., Jan. 16.���������(Special).���������Mr. Geo. Robertson, a well-  known citizen living at 392 St. James  St., Montreal, is one of the many people in this city who are never with-  , out Dodd's Kidney Pills in the house.  Like all the others Mr. Robertson has  . his reasons for this and is always  ready to give them.  ' "I was a total wreck before I started to use Dodd's Kidney Pills." Mr.  "Robertson says. "I had been troubled  with Rheumatism and Dropsy for five  years. I had to be tapped to relieve  mo of the pain. My arms and legs  ���������were terribly swollen.  "I had just begun '.. to    get- down-  Tragic Occurrence at Hockey Game.  While cheering the Soo team at  Sault Ste, Marie on Monday night at  a hockey game with Portage Lake,  Henry F. Metzger fell dead of apoplexy, superinduced hy excitement-:  Mr. Metzger formerly managed the  Soo hockey team, and was instrumental in the formation of the International Hockey League. On account of  his death the game was called^, with  12 minutes yet to play. The score was  5 to 2 in favor of the Soo..  BABY'S OWN TABLETS.  This medicine cornea as a message  of hope to all worried mothers. It it  the best thing in the world for stomach, bowel and teething troubles,  which make little ones weak, sickly  and peevish. It will make your  baby well, and keep it well, and you  have a positive guarantee that it  contains no opiate or harmful drug.-  Mrs. James Hopkins, Tobermory,  Ont., says: "I have used Baby's Own  Tablets and would not be without  them. Mothers who have sickly, cross  Mr. Charles H. Dancer will probably succeed the late George A. Simpson as deputy minister of public  works.  Minard's Liniment Cores Distemper.  i Philip Williams, a young Englishman,,, -\*as arrested in Winnipeg on  Wednesday for numerous small forgeries.  Something-  tlmt   Should  Be .Rubbed  In.���������Whenever pain Is felt in the  limbs or back, tako Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil; pour a little in the hand and,  applying it to the surface beneath  which the pain lies, rub briskly. If  the first application does not afford-  ���������relief, which is not usually the case,  keep rubbing. The Oil will' gradually penetrate to tho affected part and  relief will come.  You'll Find our Standard Everywhere and That  of the Highest.   We allude to  lift IV 111111  and  fretful   children   will   find these  hearted when a friend induced Viie to j Tablets a great blessing." These are  try Dodd's Kidney Pills. Before I  had used the second box I felt better.  Seven boxos curod me so completely  that now I don't jmdw what it is to  be sick."  The Ontario 'Tcmisky.ming, commissioners will take ovej" the- new  Government' railway between ''North  Bay ami New Liskeard from the contractors.  strong, hopeful words from a mother  who has proved the value of Baby's  Own Tablets, This medicine is sold  by all druggists, or sent, liy mail at  25 cent's a box,' byT writing The.Dr.  Williams' Medicine Go., Brockville  Ont.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc  Blanche; the Minnesota .bank embezzler .arrested at./Winhipteg one day  day last week, was given a sentence  of seven years.  CEYLON TE/-t.   Black or Green,    its Pure and Delicious.   Japan  Tea Drinkers should try  "Salada" Green Tea.   Sold only in Sealed  Lead Packets.    By All Grocers.  RECEIVED   HIGHEST   AWARD   AND   GOLD    MEDAL   AT   ST.   LOUIS.  PALE WEAK GIRLS  Charles Yates, of Garden Hill,  north of Port Hope, was pinned to  the ground by a falling tree, and  held there for two hours, despite his  wife's frantic efforts to release him.  He will probably recover.  A Carefully Prepared rill.���������Much  time and attention were expended in  the experimenting with the Ingredients that enter into the'"composition of  Parmalee's Vegetable Pills before they  were brought to the state in which  they wove flrst offered to the public.  Whatever other pills may be, Parmalee's Vegetable Pills are the result of  Miss Jennie Burrows, Rigault, Que., \ much  expert    study,  and  all persons  Obtain   Bright    Eyes,    Rosy   Cheeks  and   Perfect  Health Through the  Use of Dr. Williams' Pink  ��������� ,  'Pills.  Because of the death of his 5-year-  old son Francis, from the effects of  gin drinking, John Garrity, a teamster  of Hartford, Conn., has beeu placed  under arrest. The boy's death occurred in the Hartford hospital. The  father is said-to have admitted.'to the  medical examiner that he had given  the child a quantity of gin, although  the boy had not asked for it.  How's This!  Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for  anvcaseof Catarrh Uat cannot be cured by  Hall's Catarrh mre. .:  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  We.  the undorsiiri ed,    have   known F.  J  Cheney tor the last 15 years, and believe bin  perfectly   honorable in all business triwacfc  ions antf financially able to carry out any obligations m'ide by his firm.   .   ��������������������������� :  WALDING. KINNAN &.MARVIN,  0       \' hole.-ale Druggists, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting diieetiy upon tho Hood and nucous surfaces of the s.) stem.    TestJtnonials seut free.   PriceJJJ-itt^t^,mLJ-Ji6Moi^dd-b^ul^mggists.__  Take Hall'-f Family Pills for Consumption.  Victoria vs. Xtm;ilia Falls.  The utilization ot part Of the. power  going to waste at Niagara Falls has  created many industries, some of  which aro of great importance, "but  tho Victoria Kails the Zambesi, discovered by.���������Living-stone in 1855, supply more power aiid' areVirions easily  harnessed. The Victoria Fall's _ are  much higher than Niagara Falls"'and  the flow of. wator is double, giving  25,000,000 horse-power, or five times  as much as Niagara.. In VL'Industrio  Electri(|iie, Paris, thoro is an article  by M' Miron, which discusses tho development of,tho Victoria Falls with  reference to the transmission oj power to various South.���������'���������'African towns,..  ."Tha nearest towns," says, M..Vf\liron, "aro Diiluwayo, having'. 0,000  Inhabitants;' and Pnlapyo, having  about 20,060 inhabitants, and Salisbury and ("wolo (number of inhabitants not known). Considering cities at a great oi' distance tho most  Important are Pretoria, with 15,000  inhabitants, and Johannesburg, with,  220,000 inhabitants, 80,000 iioing*  whitos. Kriigniwlcu'l' lias 2,000 ..wliitoSj  and Victoria 25,000 Inhabitants,  800 ���������being whites. Tho most promising field for exploitation will bo in  tho .operation of the gold mines,  driving the utiinips, pumps and othor machinery. The power ut present  Tisnd mi tho Hnnd for this purposdis'  nbout 45,000 horse-power, and when  tho mines thoro huve boon put into  pood slinpo this will be doubled, Tt  is thought Hint eventually the falls  of thc '/.it\o\ioK\ will '������������������tpply power trail of industrial -South Africa, thus  trniisforminuf Km immense solitudes  ','��������� into a prosperous Vhnpire," NothiiiK,  perlinp*, will do so tmicli to (piicken  the development uf Hhodesin ns thi)  (JlHtt'llrif ion of pou'i't' from Ihu/uin-  lies!  to  lis so it t.-i-eil  inilnst i'ien,  VMiimi (I uu I it milu lii'iirwr.  F.xtreiiu'K lnui'li in eomnieruiiil oc-  reiitinil n's, nml t lie Iniiil of Llie palm  is not. ho ilill'M'"iit from thut of tho  pine in Urn nihil' ii'N ol itu small trad*  iirH. It wns a ('niiiiilii grocer who  owned thut it 'iievor pnld him to  koep white hiinnr,  "If I gei ti he'll .-I, folUs buy It up  Bo fast, it's K'one in less'n a week,"  suid he. "lion t pay, I tell ye; it  don't pay!"  A triiA<!li*r in the Philippines -rlvr-j  thin   ������xp-'ri"iic������  on     tho    island     of  ���������   ' * I   ' li,\,-ill  ��������� MJjj. >.... < ��������� ������������������    ������.���������������'        u   ���������������������������        ���������" .  ,,!,- |, .���������'���������'.' ..ji,..(���������,. tii,-> Tv.it.iv-* women fdt uipi-iitlnf-' in a row. propnr*  ���������d for tho loiiit flnuneial orgumonts  that follow tint ciibtoutor't* juhl mention of a price.  "'?,>,<���������   iiiMi-ii')" ns-'-M    thfl visitor,  pointing to Bonn! inumjoM.  i! "Tliretf centu   each."  wai the   an  swer.  Th<������ro worn nix mnngoom in the  brisket, and tho traveler toolc thorn  all and laid n twenty cent piece in  tho sdler'ti lip Tint hIk** angrily  snatched thorn back ami also to*  turned tht* coin  "They aro 3 contn It you buy them  ���������eparotoly," aald she. "If you buy  tba iot you will have to pay 5  orate, for I ahall bare bom to aall  U other paopla."���������U. S. Exchange*  ^       - HI"       'llll '������������������     ������^l^^������  Lost on the Ice on Lake Erie.  No landmarks can be seen.   There, is  nothing by which to direct a course.  A  man may easily be lost and wander until overcome.   Tod often this has hap-.  pened, and hardly,a'winter has passed,'  without some such disaster.     *���������  A man so lost will often trust to the.  instinct of ..the dogs to find a' way  home through the. bewildering storm1  and gloom. Sometimes, howeVer, even,  the animals have' been at, fault In a  .recent, case a fisherman with three  dogs was,' overtaken on the hpraeward'  way by a sudden tempest of *wlnd;ahd  snow. To see even a tew feet, m,ust  have been impossible, and even the  dogs must have" been overcome with;  fright or found tliat* they were unable  to guide . themselves, hk the right: di-*  rection.- Still, though two were loose,  they did not desert* the man. When  the searching parties found .Win on;the  7oTIWing"lIiy~te  death, but the -dogs with him were  alive. One dog, which had not been  unharnessed,' 'was mad, however, ani}  had to be lcilled at-ohce.'���������George Hit)-  bard in Harper's Magazine.;'    '   ���������������������������  ^ t  says: "F write to thank you for the  wonderful benefit your Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills have done me. I am npw  22 years of age, but from the time I  was fourteen I did not enjoy good  health. A- couple of years ago, while  attending "school.,I grew worse, and  the Sisters in charge called in a doc-  Se, 4So������'���������:"lmp;e���������vemU���������e|P���������' ������- ������">������*���������*  *���������*-- ������'<  told me that I must discontinue my  suffering from dyspepsia or  disorder  ed liver and kidneys may confidently  accept  them  as being- what  they are  represented to be.  All arguments have now been submitted in the arbitration proceedings  between the Grand Trvink and its  telegraphers.   The case for the com-  The daughter of a New York state  official died last week suddenly, a  few days before the tlmo appointed  for her marriage. She was buried in  her bridal gown on her intended  wedding day. The bridesmaids acted  as pallbearers.  studies. When I got home I was  sent to Caledonia Springs. The first  month I was there it seemed to help  me, but, like all the medicine I had  taken, the help was only temporary,  and I relapsed into my former condition.-. "��������� I grew so pale and ;wax-like  that. strangers called me the wax, figure, 'my.: heart would beat so violently'tliat I-could hear the noiSQ it  made. I was so weak I could not  walk, a sblock '.without support,. or  without,'resting two or three/times.  My liead would sometimes ache so.  violently as to almost drive me wild,  and ..at "other times ��������� I -would grow so  dizzy,'that' I  cp,uld   not   'stand.    All  at Toronto, but Judge Tetzel ishold-  ing judgment in reserve.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in Cows.  The Winnipeg Salvation Army ask  for $10,000 ,from ; the Government to  asist in erecting an hospital.  How to Clouiixe the System.���������Par-  malee-Vegetable Pills are the result  of scientific study of the effects of extracts of certain roots and herbs upon  tbe dig-astive organs. Their use has  demonstrated in many instances that  they regulate the action of the Liver  and the Kidneys, purify the 'blood,,  and carry  Off  all    morbid  accumula  i,o6l������*to Vour "Wallc. .  Look to" your wWk.:i It 'has woyp jlp.  do with your success or failifl'e than  "you...perhap..;firea.m'.o,f, Don't slouch.  Don't wabble.'"bo"hvt shuflie;- Don't-  Ftrut Walk like a man who is determined to, play a man's part in life, with  head erect'kiid-:feiJtVpIauted;'firinlyj# on  the ground.     ���������        '; "'*"':'  One rnay seeon tile streets of a city  -evfery day many .people who are walk-  ing.ffl'i^eslvTliere is not tho:-s|;lg|it'i-tt.  eii.ovlV ih^tW^r moveni-ei^ss.. T\ieiv f^ole  benring givoS testlmony-bfiltheir iiinyt-  hess. How do we-know.*thtvt the*jr.,fl.r,o  failures? Nothing is simpler. There Is  a subtle connection between the mind,  nud the body. The mental attitude ia  reflected in tbe spontaneous movements  of tho bod^y,,nnil, you can vory quickly  tijll by a'mitTi's'WiiHi aiiiVgenornl boiu*.  ing -Wlieth^ ItJ's'UrtlJlUs,alert, his spirit  progressive and enrncst hnd his whole  being full of llfo nnd 11gor nnd determination ov ho is ������;.i������J/.pB^od,")ifzy,,ti're.  less creature.���������Siiccess'.''' '������������������'>'     '  One of,tlie'wti'llvlng,;pbints of humni  niiliiro \4 tlmt n iium'.iiViiiilly, cnivV**  Low npt'.y ct'liiclsiii lltf> some oue- els*  ���������Insurance Press.  thU" time r wa-5 takimr treatment .tkms from the s>stem* They are ea-s"**  tms   tme, l+was, taumg ueatmenu Mo take d  but  all  the  tipie was-, getting worse , beneflcial.  and' wors"C^nu"^irartTiy^ht)pe"d~'ever'j   to be better again. At this time I, a. dispatch from Toronto savs that  read., in a newspaper of a somewhat} prefUe Giroux has sued A, K. For-  similaf case cured by the use of Dr. I tier,'''license inspector fo:* p-^broke,  Blnililonlntf Sllene*. '  Tn iho nilnli'HH interior of Austrnlla  thoro Is very little iinliniil or bird llfo,  nnd whnt birds there aro uro voiceless.  This tilMolK'e, of Hln.ulntf blnls rciidors  the litiMh iilinost ns Nlleiit ns the grave.  /J'his ilwillillko ,Kl,-lg,i)i'o Iiiih ii jiuuullnr  cli-pi't-ssliij,' effect,', If. two nicii nro  oiimped in tho ]>uhJi and ono of thorn  goes,to a dlslnijt lowusjil^ to get provisions while Um other renmliis behind  to look nfier the <'iunp, tho mnn who Is  to roiiijilii snys lo his mute, "Don't you  be lniii} nwny; ynu ktinw whnt kliid of  n pliH'i* this N to llvo In by yourself."  If his initio Is awny for two oi* three  days the silence goin upon tho niun's  norvos, nnd in ihe end he shouts In order to iniiko n noise, nud then he Is  afraid of tho sound of his own voice.  Williams' Pink Pills, and' I determln  ed to try them. By the time I had  used a half dozen boxes I had. inu  prqved a great deal;; Froip that, on,;  weekby week, I gained in health and:  ���������Strength, until'by the timb' I had  used eleven boxes "I "''was enjoying  better health:; "than I had done f������r,  years. I am liow'well and strong,'  and thank,, God for the blessing of  good health your: wonderful Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have conferred upon  l-ftiei I wpuld strongly advise every  wea;1t ahd; filing; girl ."whp; foaAa. ,t^Is  to lose "110" ttaie ; Iii taking ... Dr. iWil-  ���������llams\Pl������k.'PUls.,:1,'.' " * " '��������� ���������"���������'' ���������"���������  nr..Williani8"*'T*inlc Pills .-'cured Miss  Burrowf' becduso vth.6'y made, the rich  reels blood necessary to,, drive disease  trpm'i the system. Tli'eke '���������' pills go-  sttVii-eht^'-ftbwb' v:to :tjje' root of. the  mfttt|t)iv'' in ������������������j;thja< .���������.hJooiJ., ,fl..rid' qiire" that.-  Tliat 'tsvwh^ .they^ii-rev'-bU" troubles  diie tQ'bfi(). I)l^d\' A-Haeniia, paleness, , ertiptlbris ��������� ot**'th6!-!akinl;.palpitation, heal dachas',- kldney.^'quble, rheu-  mntisni, -neuralgia^ ^iid a" host ot  other troubles are all'''diie!; to 'bad  blood,, and are speedily robted from  tfjo'system.':*bjT' the trlch, .red blood  made, by tno,, use, of ';Dr. WilllaVhst  Pink Pills, Don't take ft-substitute!  seo. that the full name, "Dr.-. Wil������  Hams' Pink, Pills for Palo people," is  printed on .thb' wrapper around each  "jowl, .'It 1n,' doiibt you can got the  pills by mall-rtt,'GO cents a box or  six boxes for $2.fi0 by writing the Dr.  Williams' Mediclno Co., Brockville,  Out.  for money and cigars supplied to him  for.'. a term of thirteen years. He  claimed that $25 was'borrowed by the  settle a< case of infraction of the 11-  Inspector and $10 was paid by him to  cense law while he ran a licensed hotel. Judgment was given for $13,  most of the account being outlawed.  Some persons.have periodical atacks  of Canadian cholera, ..dyi-cntery. or  diarrhoea, and have to use great precautions to'avoid the disease, Change  of water, cooking and green fruit Is  sure to bring on the attacks. To such  .vp'arspni' wo would recommend Dd. J.  IJ. Kellogg',s Dysontory Cordial as being- thio best medlcJno In- the market  fpr all' summer complaints, If ti few  drops are taken, in water when tho  'symptoms stro noticed no further troublo will bo experienced.  The, canteen and barracks of the  N. ,W. M. P. at MacLeod were destroyed by fire a fey* days ago;  TAKE  NOTICE  We inibllsh simple, straight testimonials, not press ngonts' Interviews,  from well-known pooplo.  From all over America thoy testify  to tho merits of MINARD'S LINIMENT, the host of Household Item-  edlos.  C.  C.  MCHARDS &  CO.  ��������� Mrs, Lydla Pullman, of Saratoga, N.  y��������� ngort 70, was fatally burnod whllo  nlono in her cottngo during last Tuesday night.  If your children moan and nroroBt-  Ii'iuh uurltiK sleep, coupled whon awuko  with u IgHH of appetite, palo counton-  nnee, picking of 'tlio mine, etc,,, you  may depend upon It thnt tlio primary  enuHo of tho trouble Ih worms.. Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator effectual-  ly removes thoso p'08tH,>at onco rollov-  Iiik  iho' llttlo  HiiWorei'i-.-  S. McKay, ono of tho proprietors of  tho Matiaggl Hotel nt Winnipeg, lias  boon iirrcstod charged with stoullnga  dianioiid ring from a guest.  Used in H.B.K. Mitts, Glorei  tnd Moccaiioi���������tough u whtl������-  bone, flexible, 10ft, pliable, scorch*  proof, wind ��������� proof, boil - proof,  crack-proof, tear-proof, rip-proof,  cold-proof, almost -wear-proof���������  certainly the greatest leather -  ever used in mitts and glo?es,  Like buckskin, it is tanned  without oil, unlike buckskin it is  not porous, {*) is wind-proofr-wiU  outwear three buckskins.  "Pinto" Mitti and Clous  never crack or harden, nevet get  sodden, are always warm, pliable,  soft and comfortable.  Sold at all dealers but never with*-  out this brand:-  H.B.K.  BRAND     i  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Mistrial   WIobImI   Dawise |  Jp>  AU Soaps Claim Purity  ���������������m<  "I  D0DJ)S ''/  jKrtfNEY  ?//.: PIUS   -  /,  Adviees from    nnlhiH,   Texas,   announce tlio death of .lo'hivIJhnw'.>lllor,s  aged 10:i,   Mr. Ulinwoll'lor, who wns  iieeliii'iitnlly biiriicil to death, served'  niidor Napoleon iih a driinmidr boy nt  tho battle of Wntorloo, j  lliaardi litiiuieut Cores dyQlhti*] !  Sunlight Soap  guArmtees its purity.   It ia that purity that enables Sunlight Soap to perfectly cleanse your  clothes  without  injury  or hard  rubbing.  Equally good with hard or soft water,  .ft.    Buy Sunlight,  Give if a trial,    lour money back tf it is  not all we claim*  Chief Justice Morodlt.li,. of Toronto,  derided ' thnt  tho F.lgln  Loan  Com-    i.   .   .   ,,...,,*tir>"   nt tlio    \ t-  |H.>.,J      ,.,1-J      .......  Ins 'company to tho oxlont of $55,000'  on debentures Riven tho Elgin Ixian  lu 1!������02 lo Homro moneys ailvnneod  in tho Atlns company for the purposo  of Investing In Dominion Coal. The  Muster In Ordinary had decided  that aa the dohenturo wen only a  cloak to covor tho stock transactions  by the ElRln Company It would ho  agalust tho law to sanction tho deal.  ,  Lever Drathtfr* Limited  Toronto  ^m^M^'  tAlahnny Roup���������diiinf������w������t������nt���������In ���������trongly  rwommendMl by the modioli prafwnion m  ft MItgUMd ftfAUUt ifJ-KltiotU diMMM.  M #  When History  Repeated Itself  *������������������   ���������                . ���������  By   IN A   WR.IGHT   HANSON  Copyright,   1904,   by  ln������   Wright   Htoton  !  j Miss Eugenie Barnett looked discontentedly across the veranda at her  j blond cousin in the cushion piled ham-  '. mock.  -'You've do business to be so pretty,  Julia Knox, and to look so absurdly  young.  You are just as old as I am,  i and that is twenty-s"���������  "Hush!"   The little widow sat up  i quickly.   "You mustn't, Eugenie.   If  > we think we are young and never acknowledge that  we  are  not young  We'll fool the people into thinking"���������  " 'A pocket edition of blue and gold,'"  Continued Eugenie morosely. "That's  what Dr. Hunt called you, and it suits  you too. I tell you, Julia, it's little  ehort of tragedy to worship beauty as  I do and be homely as a hedge fence  myself!" ' i  "The cypress hedge fence at the foot  ���������f my garden is beautiful, I think,"  eaid the widow, lying back among her  cushions again. "Find another simile,  Eugenie." V ' ������       .��������� .   "  The girl turned away impatiently  with smarting eyes. She was so tired  of the pontinually booming breakers  and drearily whistling buoy. She wished she hadn't come to California to  Tlslt Julia Knox. If Julia weren't a  widow or if Dr. Hunt weren't spending his vacation here or if Julia weren't  Bo pretty and she so plain or if"���������  "Eugenie, dear"���������Mrs. Knox looked  ���������ut of half shut, baby blue eyes���������"do  you think it was prearranged for you  end Frankie Hunt and ine to play together as children and meet again at  Banta Crus-Vas grownups? Don't you  think that Dr. Hunt"~  "Who filches my good name?"  When a tall young man came around  the porch corner be saw only. Mrs.  Knox.   Her cousin had disn reared.  As Eugenie entered her . jom her  cousin's clear tones floated, through tbe  open window.  "She is having one of her spells  _again__becouse__she isn't a Helen of  Troy, and~it~ remfiTdsTmOf"our~sclIooT  days. Do you remember when she cut  oif her hair in a rage because it was  brown and straight instead of yellow  end curly like mine?"  "Now, I call that mean of Julia," Eugenie thought, her face growing crimson as she heard them laugh. If she  had not shut the window just then she  might have heard the doctor's answer.  "No one but Eugenie thinks ber faco  Isn't good to look at."  By and by Julia ascended the stairs  end tapped at her cousin's door.  "Dr. Hunt hns his auto here and  wishes us to ride with bim. Get your  bat and come on."  "Thanks, I have another engagement."  "All right," answered the widow  sweetly. "I'll try to mako up for your  absence."  "J don't doubt It," observed Eugenie,  .. Mrs. Knox went down Ave steps aud  paused. She wrinkled her white brow  unbecomingly, sighed and wont back.  "Honoy," she culled softly, her pretty  lips at the keyhole, "did no one evot  tell you thnt along with the Barnett  nose you inherited tho Barnett trick of  ranking folks llko you?"  Eugenlo's grim features relaxed,  ���������"Good little Julln," she sighed as the  red auto pufl'ed away.  Hor mind trnlletl back Into the past.  She was-a llttlo, dark faced girl again,  playing with Frankie Huut, ber sworn  champion until her cousin, Julia Epps,  camo to school. Forsonlflod daintiness  was Julln Epps, from tho blue bow on  bor yollow curls to tbe bluck bows oa  bor tiuy slippers.  Ono miserable, lonely noon hour Eugenie peered around the beech tree  where she and he had always played together and saw something the memory  ot wblcb even aftor a dozen years  made a green flame leap into the woman Eugenie's eyes, Frnnkle Hunt  *#ns putting on Julln Epps' finger tlie  ring which be bad been digging out ot  ��������� black button for ber, Eugeute Bar-  nott.  Another dny sbe and Julia sat on Julia's niothor's porch eating cookies,  With her free hand Julia smoothod bor  ruffled white apron complacontly.  "He says be loves me tbo best of  anybody," sbe announced coquettish!?,  "Tomorrow is tbe last day ot  school," answered ber cousin, 'undmy  uiuuuim 6uj* I mny xvcur my lovely  new dross. Then you'll see whom be  likes best."  The fair Julln tossed ber golden  curls and answered grandly, "I thlnU  dresses won't mane tiny uiUetuuce iu  bis lovo."  "You'll see," JSxiaenlo replied darkly.  That night Eugenie braided her somewhat curtailed tresses into numerous  tight llttlo braids,   Next dny, arrayed  In the now drem-how well she remembered the gay plnlds-wltb fluttering rlbbous, kinky loch;- and thc mien  ef a conqueror, she entered tbe school-  room after tbo other children were  leatcd.  With cleverly tmuraed carelessness  ���������he glanced in Julia's airecnon. xuas  young lady was wearing the same  dress she had worn several times before, and, glory, that same old white  npron! Eugenie wore no apron. She  had been forced to start with one, but  It was lying ingloriously under a stone  In a fence corner. Retribution lay  iFitbin its crumpled folds, but retribution could wait  Just before recess she looked at  Frankie Hunt. His eyes had been fix-  ������d upon her all the morning, and now  he smiled entreatingly. Eugenie modestly lowered her eyes. At recess she  itnyed In her seat, beinrr *������������ry busy  with her geography. Frankie Hunt  was tying a refractory shoe string.  When the teacher was out of sight be  jumped over four intervening desks to  Eugenie's seat  "You look awful nice, Genie. Will  you be my girl?" he said.  And Eugenie answered solemnly, "If  you'll cross your heart and hope to die  you'll always love me better'n Julia  Epps."  Tbe woman Eugenie laughed and  , came back to the present.  . "History sometimes repeats itself,"  she remarked. "I don't see now why  Julia Knox"���������  A. half mile from Mrs. Knox's cottage tbe red auto, puffing,back, came  upon a surprising sight. A young woman, looking at once defiant and apologetic, her white dress mud spattered  and blood stained, her brown hair  blown about by a saucy sea breeze,  stood by the roadside holding in her  arms a dilapidated yellow mongrel,  one leg swathed stiff in plaid silk bandages.  "Eugenie^ where in the world are  you going with that dirty dog?" shrilled the widow.  "Home," answered Eugenie laconically, turning toward a short cut across  the hill.  "What's this?" and Dr. Hunt stepped  out of the auto. "Broken leg, eh? Well,  old fellow, you are in luck to get a  capable surgeon in your hour of calamity. Silk bandages, too. I wonder if  the splints are gold or ivory."  "1 had forgotten my handkerchief, so  I had to use my neck ribbon," she explained, starting to go.  "Get in here, Genie!"    He used the  pet name as in the old days.  T'Tbis ls  better than walking."  , "Oh, don't!"  shrieked Julia Knox.  "Don't get in here' with tbat awful  WOMEN IN TROUSERS.  SPORTING NOTES.  Hogan, the great guard and tackle,  Is captain of this year's football team  at Yale.  Columbia university is developing a  very promising "bunch" of football  players.  Wiltse of the New York Nationals  pitched twelve consecutive games  without a defeat  Wrestler Tom Jenkins wants to meet  Jim Jeffries, heavyweight champion  pugilist, in a fight ���������  American autoists are making plans  for a large representation in the James  Gordon Bennett cup race abroad next  spring.  Scott Hudson has shipped to Lexington, Tertimin, 2:24*14, Bessie Abbott  and Pittie Herr. In all Hudson has  returned thirteen horses since the  opening of the campaign.  Miss Kinney, 2:19%, is a new 2:20  performer for McKinney, 2:11%. She  took her new record in a winning race  at Port Huron, Mich., recently, driven  by Frank Cares of Detroit.  Sweet Marie continues to accumulate  new trotting records. She is the largest money winner of the year, holds  the season's race record and is winner  of the fastest five heat race ever tdot-  ted..   ������������������ ;   .' y   ,.    y .... .  ANIMAL TALES.  A wealthy Frenchman has started a  home for aged animals at his country  place and now has a mule seventy-  I three years old, a goose thirty-seven  and a cow thirty-six.  A Milford Haven (England) trawler  recently landed twelve fine sturgeon  caught in one haul. Some of them were  six feet long.   Such a catch had never  j been known previously. '������,.*���������  A Vermont hen which has never been  j able to raise any chicks of her own  ! has  mothered the eggs of bantams,  geese, ducks and even pigeons.   Her  latest  exploit  was  to   discover  and  batch a nest of bald eagles.  One of the curiosities of this curious  age of ours was caught in the watei-s  -dog!���������tcan't-bear-the sight-of-blood!ij-0f-the-Ghoptank-rIver-some-.time-ago..  She closed her eyes shudderingly. j it -^as a good sized terrapin witb a  The little dog whined softly and tried ; bealthy, well developed oyster on its  In Cliampery, Switzerland, the Sisht  Causes*  No  Coniint-nt.        ,  It will probably be news to many advocates of feminine dress reform to  hear that the women of Champery, a  primitive mountain district of the Canton Valais,' Switzerland, have worn  trousers from time immemorial. Tlio  Champery region is in the southwestern part of the Canton Valais, the village of Champery itself being at tbe  foot of the Dent du Midi, well known  to Lake Geneva toiiriSts.  The men of Champery are noted for  their lazy habits, and beyond acting as  guides to mountain climbers In the  summer months they. lead an absolute-  ly idle life. The women perform all  the hard labor required of a mountaineering people. It is they who pasture  the cattle on the steep and often dangerous Alpine slopes, cut the timber  and mow the grass. It ls a usual  sight to see a Champery woman, her  daily toll ended, returning to the village dragging her husband on one of  the wooden sleighs in general use  throughout Switzerland, her lord and  master all the while lazily smoking his  pipe.  Under such circumstances it is riot  surprising that the women of Champery should have adopted the masculine attire. Their costume is of the  simplest kind���������a jerkin o,f rough, dark  blue material, with trousers to match,  and a red foulard to protect the head.  While desperately practical, nothing  more unprepossessing in the way of  feminine dress could be imagined than  this costume of the Champery dames  and damsels. Moreover, these wives  and mothers of Champery, who are accustomed to all the, work generally  supposed to be the lot of the sterner  sex, not unnaturally seek what consolation they can in masculine comforts.  Chief among these is the short briar  pipe, which they all smoke and evidently enjoy as much if not more than  their husbands and fathers.  POOR TROMBETTI!  Tbe  Snd  Tnle of  tlie  Vrottittaor and  '   tine Jouriinlimt. '  Trofessor Trombetti, whose praises  were so much sung in'the foreign press  lis knowing the 'greatest number of  languages of any one ever born, relates  an anecdote of himself .-'which occurred  just after he Was "discovered." Ia  Rome he was .��������� so' pestered by journalists that his patience at last gave Avay,  and when cornered by the gentlemen  of the press his language became distinctly lurid.  One day as he was coming out of the  central    postoffice   a   frank    looking  young man stepped up to him, and,  holding out his hand, suid: "I am so;  glad  to make your  acquaintance;  I(  have been trying to find you for days."  "And may I Inquire with whom 1 am  speaking?"   "Why, I am X!   Not a  near  relation to  be  sure,  but  near  enough to offer you congratulations,"'  etc.    Professor Trombetti,  reassured,'  and glad to get hold of some one to  unburden himself to, took the strau-i  ger's arm, and, as they went down the.  street,   gave,   in   emphatic  terms,   a'  description of his sufferings, his opinion  of  journalists,  and,  incidentally,  much information about himself which  the papers had been vainly sighing for.  Finally they parted with nn engagement for dinner the next evening.  That night the professor was sitting  tranquilly in a restaurant, tlie observed  of all observers, when suddenly he was  seen to spring to his feet with a smoth-  ered exclamation. His friends crowded  about for an explanation, but he could  only sit down weakly and point to his  newspaper, the GiornaI.e d'ltalia.  There, in large print, were his imprudent revelations of the afternoon. He  had been "done" by a journalist���������Pall  Mall Gazette.  POINTED PARAGRAPHS.  to lick Eugenie's face. Her pulse leaped as she met the doctor's eyes.  *'You did It scientifically, and yon  aren't a bit pale. Shouldn't you like  to be a doctor?"  "Or a doctor's wife?" suggested Julia  Knok, a trifle maliciously.  "Will you, dear?" be asked eagerly,  watching tbe color flood ber dark  cbeek, "Will you be this doctor's  wife?",  "Well!" said the pretty widow explo-  slvely, "I guess I'm not needed here.  Eugenie, if you can guarantee that  little beast not to bite I suppose I can  take bim borne lor you."  "I can't," said Eugenie happily, starting for the third time across the bill.  "But," interposed the doctor, "you  haven't answered my question. Will  you be my girl, Genie?"  She looked back at him with radiant  eyes and answered with mock solemnity:  "If you'll cross your heart and' hope  to die that you'll always love me better'n Julia Knox."  back and was both literally and figuratively an oyster on four legs.  THE COOKBOOK.  A loaf of stale bread is almost as  good as when newly baked when  wrapped closely in a towel and steamed  through thoroughly.  Do not invariably throw away tbe  oil from the can of sardines. It is a  very good substitute for butter when  codfish balls or made over dishes of  fish are on hand.  The fishy taste can be removed from  canned salmon or lobster by putting it  in a colander, pouring boiling water  over it and then lotting it stand long  enough to drain,and cool.  COLLEGE AND SCHOOL.  Business, like your salary, might always be better.  The croquette is the old fashioned  hash ball after it gets into society.  Some people are too insistent on the  right to be fools in their own way.  ���������When-a-young-man-refuses-to-work,  that is the beginning of all his other  troubles.  When yon abuse a boy for being  worthless, remember how worthless  you were at his age.  Some people say farming is so much  easier than it used to be. Still, if a  farmer does his duty even in these  days he knows he has a job.  There is a good deal in print about  the contagious laugh, but how often  do you hear it? The writer of this  knows but two people of all his acquaintance who have a laugh that is  contagious.  THE PERFECT NUMBER.  lit* Hnd Her Wny.  The lnte Counselor E., chairman of  the quarter sessions for Dublin, was so  remarkable for his leniency to female  culprits that a woman was seldom convicted wben be presided.  On one occasion wben this humane  barrister was in the choir a prim looking woman was put to tho bar of tbe  commission court, at which presided  tbe equally humane though perhaps  not so gallant Baron S.  Sho wns Indicted for uttering forged  bank notes, According to usual forms  of law, tbe clerk of tbe crown asked  the prisoner if she was ready to take  ber trial,  Wltb becoming disdain tbe answered  "Nol" She was told by tbe clerk sbe  must give ber reasons why.  Ai if scorning to bold conversation  wltb the official, she thus addressed  his lordship: "My lord, I won't be  tried bore at all, I'U be tried by my  Lord H."  The simplicity of tbe woman, coupled  wltb tbe well known character of B.,  caused a roar of laughter in tbe court  which eveu the bench could not ro.l.t  ���������Rnrrm fl., with his n*xxa\ mildness,  wns nbout to explain tbe Impossibility  of her being tried by the popular Judge  and said, "Ho can't try you," wben  the woman stopped bim short and,  ViiiU ������u hiliuIbilJc aaccr, exclaimed:  "Can't try roe? I beg your pardon,  my lord', be tried me twico before."  She was tried, however, and for tbe  third time acquitted.  Her Plnylnir,  "Well, well!" exclaimed tho old man.  "M-mily'i* lonrnln' to piny real good.  Now, there's some senso in that there  ploco she's plnyln'."  "That olu't Mnudy," replied Ills wife.  "It's tbe wan tuuing tne piano."*  The gnrao of chess is still included  in tho curriculum of Russian schools,  European physicians claim that clay  modeling in public schools is a greater source of danger thun the uso of  slates becnuso of the germs which  stick Jn tho clay.  In Enst Indinn schools mentnl arithmetic is a vastly more serious matter  than It is in tho schools of this country, Pupils of ton years nro taught to  remember tho multiplication table up  to forty times forty.  Mrs. Agnes Knox Black, wife of Pro-  fossor E. Carlton Black of Cambridge,  Mass., hns boon appointed to the Boston university faculty and ls tho flrst  woman who has ovor hold a position  iu tho faculty of that institution. Sha  will be at tho head of tho dopurtmuut  of elocution und oratory,  TRADE AND INDUSTRY.  mmwrnamawMmmmmm  Paper suits of clothes, to bo thrown  away when soiled, nro proposed,  More elder is produced In tho United  States in a slnglo year thnn In all the  rest of tbo world In live years.  A Ann of watchmakers In Switzerland takes annually from Shofllold 100  tons of steel for tho manufacture of  wntcU springs,  Tbe rice paper tree, one of tho most  intorostlng of the ontlro flora of China,  has recently boen succosHtuity experimented with in 1* loridti.  In Groat Britain among women  workers there aro &ti auctioneers, 0 architects, 3,071 brlckiiuikors, 0,880  "hntHtors. M ehlmnov "*w������'-*ps, 1 dock  laborer, 5,170 goldsmiths, ������,no;������ printers, 7-15 rnllway porters, 117,(1-10 tailors  and 8 veterinary Huigoous,  Thoy Cut Both Way*,  Some intelligence offices encourage  even the greenest girls to abandon general housework and try for the place of  cook, parlor maid, etc., for it Increases  the fee, many otllces basing this upon  the nmonnt of'wages paid. This la  ono explanation of the docron'slug number-of general housework girls.  They nro also responsible for somo of  tho restlessness of employees. Girls  nro plncod in 'positions and removed  when they are needed for others. Some  use employers as training schools,  Green foreigners nro sent, qncl when  they hnve lonrnod enough English nnd  liotisowork they nro Hont to others for  higher wages, tho olUco not neglectlug  to collect tho extra fees,  Thon thoy Inform the long suffering  employer that thoy understand hor  girl has left and thnt thoy can supply  her need,���������Atlnntic Monthly.  From  Time  Immemorial Three Has  Had Uimnun.1   Significance.  The perfect number of the Py Jbago-  rean system, expressive of beginning,  middle and end, was the number three.  From time immemorial greater promi- -.,  nence has been given to it than to anyi,  other except seven. And as tbe symbol  of the Trinity its influence bas wared  more potent in recent times. It appears  over and over again in both the New  and Old Testaments.. At the creation  _of_the_;wo*'Id we findjand, water and -  sky, sun, moon and starsT Jonab"~was"���������  three days and nights in the whale's  belly, Christ three days in the tomb.  There were three patriarchs, Abraham,  Isaac and Jacob. Abraham entertained  three angels.   Job hnd threo friends.  Samuel was called three times.  Samson deceived Delilah three times.  Three times Saul tried to kill David  with a javelin. Jonathan shot three arrows on David's behalf. Daniel waa  thrown into a den of three lions because he prayed three times a day.  Shadrach, Mesbncb and Abednego were  rescued from a iiery furnace. The  commandments of the Lord were delivered on the third day. St. Paul  spenks of faith, hope nnd charity.  Three wise men came to worship  Christ with presents three. Christ  spoko three times to Satan when he  wns tempted. lie prayed three time*  before ho was betrayed. Peter deirlcd  him threo times. He suffered threo  hours of ngony on tho cross. The superscription wns In three languages,  nnd three meu were crucified. Christ  appeared'three times to his disciples  and rose the third day.  HU Portrait:,  A tramp of somo llttlo respectability  appeared at a gentleman's door asking  alms, "Not today," sulci tho tntorrogat*  oil one, "When mny I call?" responded tho tramp, "Why don't call nt nil.  I know what you aro, I saw your plcturo on n tin onn at the grocery storu  nt tho corner." Tho applicant for a  loan sauntered leisurely down to the  placo and stood viewing the goods In  tho widow. Soon his eyo came upon  a enn of crustneenns from the Mnlno  coast Thon tho joke Unshod on him.  As ho menndorod away ho mumbled  to himself, "Woll, flint's the neatest  wny of culling a fellow a lobster thai  I've struck yet!"  Ilnve Ton Got Theinf  Do you feel nnxlous and preoccupied  when the gns man goes by?  Do you sleep badly?  Do you go to bed hungry?  Does your heart pnlpitnto whon you  see.a steak? ���������  Is there nn nil gono fooling In your  pocket''  Do you hnvo nlghtmnros?  Do you do mental arithmetic every  time you contompluto tho purchase of  "coffee and?"  Hnvo you a hunted look?  Do you wnlk down dark alleys when  you go downtown?  Beware! Thoso are tlio symptoms.  You'ro bustod.  AMUrpd of It.  Dentist (who has pulled tho wrong  tooth) I neo how I ninde tbo mistake.  I counted the molars from tho bnck In-  *te!ul of the front. You don't worn to  bavo cut your wisdom teeth yot, young  man. Oronnlnn Pntlent-That'a evident from tbe choice I made of a dentist!  llnrt-ouri hhu iiiin*���������������������������.  One ot tin- .sloi'It-i lolil of Iho V\*t  Sir William Vernon Ilnrcourt relates to  n gibe nt Tennyson. Tho poet was out  dny rending him the lyrics for "Tin  Princess,'" and when In "Tours, Mlt  it'll IK, iiu can io m i im uuu, '.mi. <i.::.  est plpo of liiiilf awakened birds," llnr  court looked up nnd said, "Ah, I sup  pose that would bo it pipe boforo breakfast!" Tennyson Js stiid to have received tho Jest a llttlo grimly.  C.rUliiK  jk-rtoti*.  You look hopeful.   What's going onT  ' i In* 'UifUH'H ii.isn bi'nun tu ijartiic bulletins coiR-eriilug the condition of thnt  rich uncle of mlno who bus been baug-  lug on for so long,  Vrench  Gotiflttlt.  Etienne Duuiont, writing In the early (  part of tlio Inst contury, snid: "The'  prevailing character of the French ls  that of conceit. Every member of tho  assembly considered himself capable*  of undertaking everything, I ofton  mid that If you proposed to the flrst  hundred men you mot in tho streets of  Paris and to the sumo number in the  lU't't'Ui   Ul    itUlutuil    lo   liiiufii.ino   Win  viiit'j,w of Um i.u.t-i'u:i.L-Stl liU.ely J'!')0  of thorn would jim-pt In Paris nud  Olncto'-nlno^would refine In London."  "������������������'lit������. in 'liiui. V,  Ttlint l������ imf .,  (.'.'intrv wlif-rf HmtiH-  MOiiH nml godliiif.H.s go hand in hand,  Noll her the men nor the women tnke  nny euro of tliclr pewm*. They wear  lliolr clothes very lo'ig without Chung-  tug, brushing or slinking them, keep  them on even nt night, we them as  dusters and towels ami lit lie them off  only whon they drop off of themnelves.  Thoy never wash tliclr IkhIU-h and only  In quito exceptionnl cases wash their,  faces and bauds, ���������i*w������������mj-mw������w  NO LOST TIME SINCE  CREATION.  Will yon kindly permit me space in your  P>per to expose a falsehood whioh is commonly believed in this age, I have heard  many intelligent people bay, with an air of  Authority, that the reckoning of time has  bfen lost sight ot amongst the Jewish Tribes  and along down through the Dark Ages, so  now, no man can tell which day of the w ek  the Original first day or Seventh day cotios  on* therefore pcopie are now <v liberty  to choose for themselves, which day they  keep m the Sabbath, so long as they keep a  Seventh part of time. When I heard this  publicly declared from the pulpit, a pi ico  where we expect to get the truth declared,  tt surprised me, and caused me to investigate for myself. I soou discovered from  the Bible and History that this assertion  waa false,  How if tny readers will follow mo, I wil'  give them the bent-fit of my researches, and  will point out the truth to them as briefly  jt>s possible.  In the first place, let us take the Bible,  ���������*ud in thp Life of Christ which is a key to  tmlock all mysteries, and a Light cast upon  #11 dark places we will find in St.  John 1:  .1-3 we find Christ was in the beginning and  a.11 things were made by him, therefoiehe  vvas Creator* in Colossiana 1; 16 we art- told  -ill things were made by him and for him  Jfow 1st us turn to Genesis 1.: 26 it says  " Let ns mako mam " which shows God the  Son ww with God the Father creating God  not only made man, he also made Day and  "Night.  And numbered the days as you will  find thus; And thb evening and the morning  were the first day Gen. 15 and the evening  and the morning were the second day Geo.  1:8   and the evening and the morning were  the third day Gen.   1; 13,  and so on all  through the week of seven days,   marking  the fourth in Gen. 1; 19 the fifth in Gen. 1:  ������3; the sixth in Gen. J; 31. In Gen.   2;   3  wo see that God rested on the seventh day  aud sanctified it. In the next verse we see  the Son of God takes the appellation of  "Lord God "; by this name, he is  known  down through the Ages: And this accounts  fur tbo seventh ( the Lord's rest day ) being  called the "Lord's day " in Revelations 1:  10.    Let us now turn to 1st Oorinthiaus 10:  1-4 which says ''And that Rock waa Christ'  showing   that Christ;   the L rd   God accompanied Moaes leading  the Children of  Israel through   the wilderness.    How as  Christ the Creator, known to the ancient  people as tbe Lord God  accompanied   the  children of Israel for forty years; let see if  he expected them to keep any account of  time; if you read Exodus 16: 22 to 30 you  will plainly see that Chr st not only required  tie  people to notice and observe the  number oi paoh day, but he gave thein and  all mankind an object lesson by he (himself)  working each day of the six in giving out  the manna, he observed each day, according  to it* right number and order, for example  Christ gave them, two  portions,   on  thu  /sixth day; and expeoted them to gather on  -that; day enough for that day and the next;  as he gave none on the seventh; so if they  t died to obey, they would go hungry on the  suvuuth  day. Let us hasten on over  time  and see what Christ thinks about this im  pnrtant  question;   almost  nine    hundred  yoi|.rn Ill-tor, horo { Ho tolls ns, he has no  forgotten tho ohildrun uf Israel's rebellion  againat this command, and entreats  thesr  people not to do liko thoir father's but to  observe time as ho taught them to, and to  remember the sign he gavo them to dis iu  gl*ish them from th������ heathen,) we find thin  in  Ezekiol  20: 12-20 also Sao. 221 20 28.  where he complains  of  tho priests ( who  ought oipaolally to obey) puking no difference between  thoso  days,   ho  created,  numbered, and ooinman4ed them to ob-iervti  tfexb we tHra to Matthew 28:1 we   oo tho  saobath is still tho seventh Luko 4:16 tolU  us | w-t* Christ's custom to go to tho synagogue ou the sabbath to road tho sorip-  turd*, Ivuke ?3:/50 tells ua tho imbbatli tb y  kept at that time, was tho seventh day sub.  bath or the sabbuth according to the com  maadment,   And if you will uow look at  yonr reference hero in your JJiWo It will  lefer you book to the i'h oommaudmeiit n  "dixodu* 20;10. this shows thero has been u  e)04U apoount of timo kopt since creation  nntl uot one day has beon lost down to tin  crucifixion. Thon Luko 24il tells us Ohrm  yelled from tbe dead on the first day ol iho  wenk whioh   wsi Sunday,   All   uhristum  denominations  koep Raster Sunday, on ao-  oount of Christ being raised from tlio dead  on that day, whioh is still marked ou our  OHjendsri as the first duy of the woek, thin  proving Ui������ ^aici'.I'y.- .*. '��������� -t '.'.;;.' *   '��������� ''; ���������  hond Vt'idiiy tbt' tliij' Viuhl ���������������������������n-.i ������������������ruriiVil {������������������  Stil) marked (Ith It was tho Mxtli thon, it i  tho eixtb now, no lost time, >o if we look  between tbo sixth aud flrst now uu ut that  tsmtt wo will find the Habitat*-* (or h vmiti  day) eooording to the eomuiaiulmcnt: thu-  proving there never  was  a  day  list oi  gained, sinoe the oroatioo of the world, In  proving from history, we Iind in Collier*,  British History the only epparont uvidenoi  for lost time, A* in tht: following quotation  JCver ������lnee the ohristiau eta, tht year hue  Iwatx reckoned elavou minutos too long; ami  to eorreet the error,  ehvan days weie  ftraok eat of the year 1752, the 3rd of Sop  tenitor botog  tw)koi,w������ u tbe U.b.   Tm  make this plain let us tako our caleudor  and observe, that calling the 3rd of any  month the 14th does not change the  Weekly cycls for exa-rple :���������1st, Suuday  1; 2nd, Monday 2; 3rd, Tuesday 14; 4th,  Wednesday 15; 5th, Thursday 16; "6th, Friday 17: 7th day of the week, Saturday 18th  ���������lay of tho month. You see it does not  change the number of the day of the weel,  as Tuesday is still the third day of the week  and Saturday ia still the seventh, we should  rsmem'ter God numbered the days of the  woek and no man ever did, or ever can  ohauge them. Lot us return unto the Lord  and get iu harmony with His Command-  ineuts.  C. H. SMIIH  BLINDING A SHARK.  How a Pearl Diver Escaped a Vara-  clous Man Eater.  A successful diver must possess grent  courage and nerves of steel. Such a  man connected with a large wrecking  company was visiting some years ago.  the pearl fisheries in the gulf of California, where sharks abounded. On  one of bis trips in quest of tbe pearl  oyster he bad a narrow escape from a  fearful death.  He had been instructed never to stir  from the bottom until he had looked up  and around. Fortunately he heeded the  advice. Having tilled his bag he glanced  quickly about and caught sight of a  huge shovel nosed shark watching hira.  In an emergency men think fast. Near  tbe diver was a large rock. Ho moved  quickly to tbe other side of it, hoping  to dodge the ferocious monster, but the ���������  maneuver did not work. The shark  watched every movement, changing hia  position by a slight motion of hia powerful tall.  Timo was precious, and the diver  conceived the idea of blinding tbe  shark by stirring up the mud. Under  cover ofrthat he might escape. He  worked for dear life and had the water  thick with mud in less than half a minute.  Slipping around the rock again, he  rose to the surface, having barely  etrength enough to reach the side of  the boat, and was hauled on board just  as the voracious man eater made a  tush for him.  Bring- tbe  Ends Together.-  A certain colonel somewhere in the  rsoutb (no matter where) was in the  habit of telling yarns and greatly ex  aggerating." He had u negro servant-"  who corroborated everything his master told. One day the colonel had  Boine gentlemen to dinner, and they  were enjoying some fine venison very  much. The colonel said: "Yes. I wunt  hunting the other day and saw a tine  buck. I took a good sight at bim and  shot bim through the bead, and the  bullet wont through his hind leg."  The gentlemen looked at ench other  b little mystified. The negro scratched  bis bead and at Inst said, "Yes, Indeed,  gemmeu; just as massa raised the gun  to shoot de buck he raise his bind log  nnd scratch his ear, and the bullet  went through the head and right  through de hind leg." The gentlemen  looked more satisfied.  After the guests bad gone the negro  enld to his master, "Gorry mighty, mas-  ea( next time you tell one of doui yarns  do get the ends closter togedder. 1  hud hard work to make both ends  meet."  Evplnlned Ills Meanlnnr.  In a case of ussnult and bnttcry before Judge B. in the quarter sessions  court; n woll known doctor who was a  witness said he hnd treated tho prosecutor for a blnck eyo.  "What do you menn by n 'black  oyo?'" asked the attorney for the defense.  "I raonn." said tho doctor, "that the  prosecutor hnd received n severe contusion over tbe lower portion of tho  frontal bone, producing extensive ec-  cbymoRlB around tho oyo, together with  considerable Infiltration of the mibja-  cent areolar tltwiit-."  "SorvoH you right," nald the judge to  tbo proHucutiiig nttornoy. "Everybody  known whut a black oye io."  A Peoullnrlty of .Iniinn,  In Jnpnn It Is nlwn,v������ thi* rule of po-  lltonosH to pny n trifle more thnn tho  ���������um mentioned on yonr hotel bill. To  Rottlo the account net would ho con-  elderpd nn Im-tilt or nt leant n murk of  great dbe-ntlefnctlon. Pooplo who hnvo  travolcd in ,lnpan ony thnt the -lap-  an mm niwuye tip tho waiter on entering a note).  Busy  Way Out.  MT'r-* *Xrt*d" i"*"ld tim ynnntr drielny  "Vvo yot n Idp Pti*ntt*Mi prnetici* to txeep  mo In i'iit*y clrcniiiHtiinco*- for life."  "Hut eiippoHi* you aliould ioho half  your putloiitHV"  "I'd J tint double my bills on the otn-  A Hnd fl-islr-M---.  "Yen." he wild micliy. and thoro win a  tear In nln oyo- "yea, my lm������lii{*������������ line  driven nn* to tho wall"  And   tie  wunt  on  posting  bills.  1 n*'v--r ww a failure yet thnt wnnn't  worth more thim It -lint If tin* f������! i\v  Mint full it uiuile tim ot lt,-'"lbv tii tt  w luu* Way."  JINGLES AND JESTS.  ,0 *  A Da������is*r.  A man should very ciiief-J be 'n ,-hat he savs ta  ,l"*e-  Be especially Runrdc-d in a<til���������������ssln\ his dear wife,  I'or he ma.v make a mistake, and a, orm will succeed the'calm.  If by chance he calls her Gertie when her num*  in Alary Aim.  'The ill ot Ire.  "Do you 'write ���������bt'i-ausi-'of inspiration?" asked tlie idealistic young woman.  "Not usually." answered the cold  looking mail, with' ink on his fingers.  "As a rule. I write ln.-ear.si> of tlie ox-  piratiou of the time for which the rent  has been paid."  How It I.ooljert,  Wife���������I've got so Unit I don't care If  yon are not at home moro. 1 bave resource!* of my own.  Husband���������You don't mean to say you  have learned to quarrel with yourself.  -Life.  A IKoilvI Soellcjv  A toucher wm.m. a;.;'liiii^'s unique  Thus wrote v.mvi' \!ie "days of the \vique:"  Tlie llrst he s-pcit. -Soiidiiy,"  The wconil ilay, "Miniday,"  And now. ii new tcoclior they eique.  filakltJK It Clea>-,  Editor���������I'm nimhi your story would  not':;ppoal to our'reader*..  Author���������Well, couldn't ..vou run in a  few explanetorv illustrationsV .  Short Coal  inins Course  THIS CONTAINS only the information  1U--C siaary to quulity peraotus to pass  th'* Mme Furetuati'ti Examitiatifius. It requires less work and less time thim th<i  coHijjlete courte, yet thone that fiidsh it ������ili  have a good knowledge of the art of mining  Subjects Taught ia the Course.  Aritiimecic ,.,  Menii'uri'ioa and Tri(jonometric Functions.  G-ase.- Mrt with in Coal MmeaV  Mine Vjjnttla.iou.  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Jt molntulns oluli  roomslnmmiycltlt'BforHttme'iibarB.Inaiiattloti,  WM&WmXitiwoBlvuatU oinolat niaKni-lno outl-  tl'-'4*'J'Y,i'1FMotitU'������fli)iil)lloui:kmliiftoiB8iiby  Itiolf.lncludlntt Bptcooaof hlidi-nla-R vocal anil in'  'ntrumtiital tnualptfull slswi oaoh month wttliovis  Sr*.t5,'*���������0.ll&vP9t 73JP,i;������,*,nJ,"i cm ypnt* in nil.   VOU  Tho Mil yoiirly'mowborahlp feo U OnePnhnrtrr  waloli /on huC nil Ctlxivo, ivud )/oii mi������y wUli.  ttmwnnv tlm������ within throe nioiulu If you  want to dS_Q ami Bet jomc dollar touch,, if you  flon'tanra tonppna ll.on, iiina as conin for tlirco  Nobody can altord to rioim  111 (rot your ciotioy buck in  vaiuo many tu-iiwBvor, Full partlouUrB will uo  ���������ont froo of ohnrRS, but It you uro wlua you will  Cl  ie  For CANDIES  Novelties;   Pictures,  Frames and cleaning'  of frames.  D.   H.UNDEN  CumberlancL  ; TKAMi?TKliS and Draymkn ;  .* SrWiLK AxNO Doublk MC* ',  ���������    kor Him-:.    All Okders    ���������  ��������� ���������  ";��������� Promptly Attkndki,> to. ;  .* Third St., Cumberland,B.C.  ?eL in Cumlierlaiiii  BTAY  AT THE   - V EN DOME.  sXiiT   Alt. Oonvi-nik"'ok'' wiu Gu.Kfl'i's.  TllKliMI IH SlJI'l'I.IKl) WM'II  Best Liquors and Cigars  II. S. ROBKSrSON.  OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOt'OC  I am prepared   to O  furnish Stylish Rigs ������  and do Teaming at O  reasonable rates, ������  D. KILPATRICK 5  CUMHERI.AND ������  5 o oooooooooooboojo  o  J  0  r  *twWM*ma\*wmmtawM.*wm  nionthMmombortililp. .  tliHofforliy.YoU Vl..  valuo many tlmo*oven  Lent froo of obnrB������, but..,  ,   wnd In your ������<i(jun������t fop memlw wihlp wltli tlio  proper fnontonno. Tho89<itni,tbratttnontli������mom>  ijnriih ip offer will ooon olmiitto, Wrlto 111 onoo ftil-  ilnHwiniryour InMorniul oiidIohIhb 01.00 for full  yonr1* iinimboMblP or twoutyllvo cout* for throo  ^1^ir,fMT*J������A������TOTM<������01.1Ta  ImmnmttttimmrawvmL:**- iuammrjm*tAu*i  ���������jitasscr taNO^ -Ba-'^m  !������ How li Ha Siltlj Year  Pi       Tin \**<Pr<t; ml:*!-"' j-orl.-uliB-ii of tlio  &S wovU. vlth tl'-fl ci'. ..r;i.l i.diiuln.1 malt  ������ cl any technical puUlcatioii,    t  li U. ''., C.-.iir:i."*, Wi'.-H-an po"ta*;.,;  '   ' . ������ * -*���������  ������*"  ui.  ,11  '{3  -1  i  ��������� '   T  Mpuiu t'V- "'���������������������������v.'.T'-. 00.  f*j"ir'i cci'i������3, f.'oj,  '5c,".4 to" Hook  Tuk Eii'*i>ir"i"wi r*A M'!*n*r tsuRNAi.  Jul tii'j^tiwuy, Now Yuir,  To Care a CoSd In One Day  Take L&xatiw Bromo ^iiiniEie TcMets.^ <% A  SevenMBHon\xwtt%*\dSsx\x*vA\%raontiit. T*l!s tlgnatf^O,^* SffT&pn  Cm** Crip  toTwoDiyt.  on ������vary  box. 35c.  \  mwM%.:!m THE CUMBERLAND NEWS
Issued Every Tuesday.
*. B. ANDERSfcN,    - -      MGR
!    ' ;
[ The oolauma of The News are open to all
to wish tp exprusa therein views o    mat-
of publlo interest.
While we/do not hold ourselves re -***im-
e for theutterauces of correspondent!-, we
art*   Kljt> right   of   declining to inser
nmunioktionn unnecessarily personal.
SrSflSDAY, MARCH 22. 1905
/ ��...
ft" liaiLaamo;-. Ky
s. 5. "City of Nanaimo
Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., foi
Nanaimo, calling at North Saanich
Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay find Crofton
when freight or passengers offer.
Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5  p.m., for
Union bay and Comox.
Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for
Union Bay and Nanaimo.
Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m, foi
Comox and way ports.
Leaves- Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for 'Nanaimo and way ports.
Snils from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for
Victoria,   calling at Crofton,   Maple
Bay, Cowichan Bay and  North Saan
teh when freight or passengers offer
North Saanich when tide and weathei
conditions  permit.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S.     '-JOAN."
Sarfs from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily exce->*
Sundays.
Sails from Vancouver after arrival of C
P.R. Train No. 1. daily except Sun
 days, at t p.m. 	
Cumberland
Hotel
COR. DUNSM QIR AVENUE
AND SECOND STREET.
CUMBERLAND   IL C.
Mus. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.
When in Cumberland be sure
and stay at the- Cumberland
Hotel, First-Class Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.
Sample Rooms and Public Hall
Run in .Connection with  Hotel
Royal Barfk of Canada
Capital (paid up), $3,000,000
Reserve Fund    3,000,000
Undivided Proffts,     192,505
T. E. KENNY. President. K. L PEASE. General Manaoi**
Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per dap
mm lesmis,
3010 Westminster Road
HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, now in
sto.k and tested as 10 vitality. Wholesale and retail.
Thousands of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees..
BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,
Savings Bank Department:- Depots of ��1 a���d upward, receive.!,   Interest al-
lowed at current rate.,, commanded twice e,ch year oa 30-h June and 3Lt December
Drafts ou all points bought aud sold.
R-E. WALKER, Manager.
OFFICEHOURS 10 to S,  Satimky 10 to 12; open   Pay Nigl.ta 7 p.m. to fl.pm
"7
English 4 x BURTON always on tap; also, tho famous MILWAUKEE
BEERS���Anhenser, Bohemian, Bchlitz, &o. "OLD G1-H5Y HEARD"
SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of ail kinds.
The Boarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mas
Davis, will be found Kirst clas* in every respect.
KATES.
$l.oo per day upwards
RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES,   GREENHOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS
for Spring Planting
-FERTILIZERS- -
JEifi   HIVES   and   -SUPPLIED
Green house full of Plants, Cut Flowers
Floral Work. Catalogues free, or
call and examine stock.
EASTERN PRICES OR LE**S.
Camp]
'ells'
iAKERY.
A Fine Selection of CAKE3   always   on  hand
FRESH BREAD every day
Orders for SPEOIAL CAKES promptly attended to.
Dunsmuir Avenue,
Cumberland.
M. J. HENRY,
VANCOUVER, B.C
TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE
OOrOBERSth, 1904.
VICTORIA TO WELLINGTON.
No. 2-Daily. No. 4-Sum a
A.H. |*.M.
Do. 9 00........, Viotoria Du 3,0i
���'��   9.28.....,..CotdBtroain..... "
Morrocl|i Bros,
���B413E
QREAD, Cakes and Pies delivered daily to any part of City.
UNION BREWING Co,
NANAIMO,    B.C.
The yearly return of the Bock Beer season is   of interest to the
brewer as well as the public, and the
ON-B^K-B-E-E-R-POf^lfOt
" 10.24...
��' 11.00.
P.M.
'�� 1235..
Ar 12.53..
.Koeuig's "
Duncan's,.....    "
p M,
.Nanaimo,...... -���
3 2t
4.24
5.uV
G4
Wellington Ar. 0 6
Will again show that special care has been taken in the manufacture of the superior
article.    The Union Brewing Co.'a Bock has be n breweed fer a number of months
aud stoied iu their famous cellars until it has reached the propur age, and is now
ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HOTELS.
���TOC-mufflco*- _ Gro,.erieif
E,  EMDE,
WELLI^C*':  'N   10 VICTORIA.
No. 1���Dail No 3��� Wuiid*i
A M. A.M.
Do.   8.00 Wellington....   Do. 3 0
"   8.20 JCUuaimo  '*   3 1
10 02 Dm can's. ........ "   5,0
���' 10.42 , XientgV, ����   5 'M
����� 11,38 Culdm-muii  "   6.��V
A* 12.00 Viotoria  Ar 7.0��
Thousand Mile and Commutation Tir-
' kets on sale, --nod ovct rail and stcau.e.
lines, at tuo and one-half cents per mill1
.Special (rains .ind "-learners for Excm-
sions, and reduced rues for parties mnj
be nrran|,ecl for on application to thi
Traffic JVIiinajj'er.
'I he Company reserves the rii*ht to
chaise without previous notice,sieainen
nailiny dates and hours of sailing,
Excursion Tickets on Fink (run and ti
all Station!-, good for uuhxg journey Saturday nnd Sunday, reiurniiij- nut Iniei
than Mondav,
(jBO. h. COUUWNSY,
Trufllo M imager.
NOTIOE,
Hiding on locomotive** and  rail
way earn of the  Union  flolllerj
Company by any  paraon   or  jjer
BotiB���-except train orew���-if stfictl}
prohibited.    Employees  aw subject tu dUmiswil for allowing mrxn
Bv order
FnANcn* I). Uttj.i
Manager.
NOTIOE
N0TICK IH HKKKBXi OIVKN thet up
plication will lMt made to thf Jyinnlatlvt
Atwamhlyuf ihe Province of Brit ah Col
nmbift nt iti n��xt aeMion ior an Act ex fen '���
ing the time for the nommonoement of thf
oouitruoiiou uf tbe Compaiiy'i line ol mil
w��y and for the expenditure thereon, of tm
per oent. of the amount of the capital anr
mdneinR the amount of the napUal and pel*
mlttlng tho Uompatiy to omutruot tbe rail*
way in w-otliitaa.
Dated tbt 24th January, 1005.
BAKNAHU & KOGERS,
Solkitore for tbe Applioaou,
u POINTERS
8 Ea IB SB B iaiBkiHiiil
'^mafmwmammmi
IN REGARD TO THE
St*
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0UI8HCO ON THK bTrl AMU KOTH OF EACH HIGH fl. '^e*',-^*^^r^iS^^fJ'i^1V^X*. '&*&
Pointer No. l--lf is a j->m-filv Wc^i-'ii C n-.*!: ���-- A(:vicv.lUr.-(i! rnpi.v I'or Wi-.a'-i.Tii
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Po:irtc:.'No. 2-lt in h ;.,; w \\, j��..;Ui|, utll  cilileil,  woll  illu.sltnt��l,   reHnMc,
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PoInSGi.' No. 3--it* iir   <t ir'-- s.r'i'iiy wi.i'i in i. 'w.oct-, nud llu- jnpi-r is prom;-ity
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Pointer Mo. S--U lirii mere. ]i nd >n i1%!\-?ii;e nii'.:,f-riii(;r!i iu "V.'nuitabn nml IHc N.W.T.
.   lllllll IJilt tlllKT I .I'D ,.:i|>   ll)Cilllll...lv   i.
Pointer No, <3--Tl�� itu   'ihtiuii-i ��u. i l...onu.ilii,ii ..ie worth miuiy rtjllnrs to ench
mills(<   l);-r.
Pointer No. 7���Moinlly ii is .ilmvw i.-pvoiiflj,
From N��w to December 31, 1905, Scr $1*00
tncliKll-iuilMinnt'iilfitentniwiilXiiiiis
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Ann-*!--'-*
THE NOR'-WEST IFARMEK, limited,
P.O. Box 1320, WINNIPEG, MAN.
h
3rd 8t.,   Cumberland
r�� im,U~xJ.,.iMSM)U>.W J.UJU.uu'if     U-JiiH'l jUI1BJ.il->
WANTED
MEN AND WOMEN in thii. county
and adjoining tcrritorif*!' to repm-M-n't
and advertise an old (-stabli-died busitus.
houne of solid financiilstandinir. S.ilarv
o men $21 weekly, to women $12 to -tii-5
weekly with Kxpen-H-a iidvanccd ea<it
Mondav by check direct Irom hcHdqunrt-
er��. Horse and btixny furnished when
necesiSiMrv; pnsiiion permanent.
Addr^i blew Hro-*, ,**i Co.�� Uept. A.
JVJonon IJIdj-., Chicago, III.
WaVerly fjotel
First-CIass Accommodation
.... at Reasonable Batiets ...
ttnnninuiaHiaBsiiiwniannHLi^^^^ii
I^EST OF WINES & LIQUORS. ���
S. SHORE,
PKOPR1ETOR.
JOHN McLEODS
FOR FIRST-CLA8S
CANDY, FRUITS,
CIGARS &. TOBACCOS.
HARNESS
\A/   ^ ILLAHD is prepared to
*     ���    lill any Orders for Fine or
Heavy Harness, at short notice.
WiUARD BLOCK,      Cumberland.
Nanaicn Cigar factory
SMOKE
ENTERPRISE
CIGARS
BEST
ON
EARTH.
Maunfactured by
P   GABLE & CO., NANAIMO, B.C.
C..H. TARBELL,
High Grade Stoves
and all Kitchen Requirements
3P0RTSMENS GOODS
& GENERAL HARDWARE
HOLY  TRINIT YCHURCK
SERVICES.
Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 pm.
���tirsi .Sunday in the montli, 11 attu,
Morninji service, 11 a.m.: .Sunday,
School, 2.30 p.m.; Evfinuij,' service,
7 p.m.; Choir Practice every Friday
at 730 p.m.
F, G. Christmas l'asior.
tradi mr**--*
(>ttsin>*.&,
SUR.VKIOH'.'-  ���'Mi.
Anvonoiondlnn n Hliolnii nm! ���Jouorli'.ton .it**
(���iiiok'yiisuurwlii, 11uo, mmtlmr nn i.ivniitu.ii U
pifilmlily piitoiilniilo. C<min)in.!(!��tlntii Mil 'Ijr
oiiiiiiuonlliil. Ol.lunt -ijioiicy- rurwcui'inittw' 'nt*
In Amorlaa.   Wn Intro u Wiwl.iiiKt.on oftloo.
PiMonU iiikon tlir.nit<h Munn Jk ��:o. rooo'VB
���Sriiulul notloo In tlio
80IENTIFI0 AMERICAN,
^*��t.lI,,!1'JK.l,l,*,r,��t.01-- l.tymut olrrtilfttloo of
..Jl��lx iiioiitliii    H|i|irim"n oop fin hi d if.' .irt
Hook os r,\"w-i' iL.|lt (r..,,,   \ncr
l^lJimLa
It'a a ITnbM wbtn twlojr STEVENS
AkMSs���lunmu U. l.'��-l''yr-i at4 bringing
<li\iuywurk��iii��  j*.ll r.'iuUjio (lr��ftritj vir-
pli PflV",'ptVrO! ii nn-1 r.H0T0iJN8," "Uon/ean
1 ...��   it., ll. .i.i_ *.tv   ii.Mlrk   V..it.*-   .'i.-JMMMi"   **
Oblflinnblo in Packets nl-*o it> bulk.       Tho best valua in llw market,
LOCAL AOKNTS -PrMinvrtf \\t\
CotJUTKNAY,
. MflowrH Naimkh,^ Pahtiufiok.
��� MmHruJ. MoPhkb & Hon.
THE HUDSON'S BAY CO.,
DISTRIBUTING AOEKTS, VICTORIA, B.C.
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t��. O. BOX 4001
OHlCOPtJ** ff.UA, MASS. U.8.*. Alec Bruce turned around slowly ou  the piano stool and faced the five girls.  "Probably you girls are uot aware  of it, but our tviend Jack has been  adopted"���������  Jack Hawarden's honest face clouded.  "Don't, Alec!" he protested.  "Jack," said Alec solemnly, "we are  bidden not to hide our light under a  bushel. You're trying to hide yours  in a pill box, and I shall tell the girls  the whole story."  "I came to see Mrs. Gray," said Jack,  rising. "I will find her upstairs, I  think."  As he passed Bruce he whispered  fiercely, "For heaven's sake, Alec, keep  that thing to yourself!"  Alec smiled and nodded, but as soon  as Jack had disappeared he continued  seriously. "It's ca thing you ought to  know, girls, and I'm determined you  shall. Jack is too modest���������an uuusual  trait in an Englishman," he added  thoughtfully.  "Forget that you're Scotch and let's  have the story!" cried the girl who  wrote stories.  "Sure. I'll begin right in the middle  so as to reach the denouement sooner.  Our Jack is in love"���������  Laughing exclamations of incredulity from the listening girls.  "He is���������honest. 'His soul is tuned  to sweet accord with peerless strains  of"'���������  "Never mind his soul," interrupted  Kathleen again. "Tell us the story."  "This isn't a wild Irish story, Miss  Clyde," he returned, with an air of  impatience.' "This is the story of a  slow moving and a particularly slow  speaking Englishman. He hasn't told  his love, because the young lady is  earning a fine salary and is seemingly  happy0 in her work, and his position  was far from satisfactory. But the  first of the year he was promoted,  with a generous increase. He was  -screwing-^up-his^courage!L_(hei'e_Aiec,  paused and. made a strenuous imitation of a person using a screwdriver)  "when he received a message from  the immigration authorities that  changed all his plans."  The wily story teller stopped as if  the narration were cemplete.  "Do go on!" cried some one Impatiently.   "That surely isn't the eudV"  "What could the immigration authorities want of Mr. HawardenT exclaimed another.  After much urging Alec continued:  "When Jack went to the immigration  office he found a clean, decent looking  old Englishwoman, who fell upon his  neck and called him her dear nephew  and announced to the officers that he  was the living Imago of her dear dead  brother, Jock. Now, Jack hasn't a Jiving relativo and never had am aunt,  and he tried to explain this to the old  lady and to tho oflicers. But sho would  havo nono of it, and tho olliccrs told  him very gruflly that if he didn't intend to support his aunt to say so at  onco, for in that case the woniau would  have to bo deported. She broke down  nt this and cried in the most pitiful  way, and���������woll, It euded in Jack's talcing her away with him. Ho has a  room for her in tho house where he's  boarding and is doing his bent to mako  her, comfortable. He spends most of  his evenings with her, and the old  creature is us happy as can bo."  "Jack's a brick!" exclaimed Kathleen excitedly.  "It Is certainly very noble of him,"  said tho editor warmly.  "Can't ho Iind the real nephew?" asked tho artist,  "No. Ho has visited every nn ward en  in tho city, and nono has any knowledge of tho old lndy. IIo has found  tho record of the death of a John Hawardon who camo from England twenty yonrs ago and who dlod shortly after  hie arrival."  ���������'That was undoubtedly the real  nephew," said the girl with tho violin.  "Au old poraon does iiiot realize tlio  elinuge there would bo In a young  mnn. Sho would expect her nephew  to look as be did when ho left England, aud nlmost tiny big blond  young Englishman would com-npond  to tho plcturo sho hns cnri'lod In hor  memory all theso years."  ll������M..,f    ,1  ��������� r.'l     T^.  '���������     '"'."("I    < 1    ,1-1������    -ft-  M Ml-*,* T"'!t1r!lo  "Tako caro of her ns long as she  lives. It can't bo so very long, poor  soul, nnd she hasn't a cent, Jack says  Providence hns sent him nn aunt and  "Wnat qo you tnink of Jack's' quixotism, Miss Stuart?"  "I���������I think Mr. Hawarden Is doing  right," she said softly, "only he  ought"��������� She stopped, with flushed  cheek and shining eyes, for Jack Hawarden stood in the doorway,  "Alec," he cried reproachfully, turning to his frieud, "you've told!"  "Jack," relumed Bruce, spreading  out his hands tragically, "I have���������all  except about the pill box���������and. that I'm  going to. tell now."  "Alec," protested., Jack desperately,  "you're really going too far���������you'v* no  right"-  "That's where your ideas of right  differ from mine," said Alec coolly, "I  have my instructions from the 'negotiable h'aunt* herself, and I intend to  carry them out. You see," he continued, turning to the interested little  group, "I've called frequently on the  old lady, and she has taken a great  fancy to me as the friend of her dear  Jack. Last night she gave me this  little box and asked me to give it to the  young lady of Jack's choice, with the  request that she make use of it in  furnishing a home."  He took from his vest pocket a tiny  flat box of tin, hardly more than an  inch square, and held it out on the  palm of his hand. It was sealed by  having a thin strip of paper pasted  over the joining of the box and ita j  cover. I  "I suppose it never occurred ������to the '  old  lady  that  a  great,  big,  hulking \  leather head," lingering lovingly over  the words, "like Jack had not dared  to tell the young lady"���������  No one spoke. Hawarden sat in horrified silence. Finally Kathleen Clyde  broke out earnestly, "It's a will, of  course, leaving Mr. Hawarden a fine  estate in England, nnd"���������  Hawarden  pulled   himself  together  and came to Bruce's side, trying to i  smile. |  "There's no one to leave me an estate, Miss Clyde. I really haven't a  relative in the world, and my parents  were poor people. I think the old  lady is not in her right mind. I fancy  that what Alec calls a box is really a  sort of tin locket and probably contains a portrait of her lost nephew."  He paused as if to gather courage  to go on, and his face paled.  "I'm sorry, you know," he said slowly, "that Alec has told the story, but  there is only one truthful way for me  :~to*-ftniS'lrit"  ~������������������������������������  m tms way, to tne nest of my belief,  that my transformation into a painter  was gradually effected."  No Sale Recorded.  The sad faced young man knocked  timidly at the door of the suburban  house, and presently it was opened by  a woman with a stony eye. (i  "I~I beg your pardon," said the sad  faced young man in confusion. "I see  I have made a slight mistake. As a  matter of fact, I have here a most remarkable work on 'How to Become  Beautiful and.Remain So.' Its price is  50 cents, and���������but I can see, madam,  that such a work would be useless to  you; you have the secret already. Perhaps, however, there may be another  of your sex in this house to whom the  priceless book would be of value?"  "Yes," said she of the stony eye,  "there is." And she disappeared. In a  few moments she returned, and with  her came a fifty pound bulldog.  The sad eyed young man slid down  those steps like a thunderbolt in strict  training, and as he flew he heard the  voice of the atony faced woman: "This  is the only one in this house your  book's any good to. Next time you  < ome talk to her, and don't try any of  jour flattery on me."  THE PLANET MARS.  The Tents Ideal.  The true ideal that should fill a man's  heart and fire his energies is excellence  In his own sphere, the living of his  own particular life just as fully and  nobly as he���������not somebody else���������can.  True, this is an unknown quantity, but  it is a real and,attainable one. Day  by day it is rising, and day by day a  man may feel' conscious of increased  pow**>.r. Whither it may lead him he  canviot tell, but that by its guidance he  will go farther aud accomplish more  than by any other he may rest assured.  Attempting nothing impossible, he is  doomed to no inevitable disappointment, nor is there any limit at which  lie may cease to strive.���������Self Help.  What We Know About Its Physical  and Climatic Conditions.  We can draw all the geographical  configurations, seas, coasts, islands,  peninsulas, mouths of rivers or canals  of Mars with accuracy, and we can anticipate what district will appear in  the lens of the telescope, for the length  of the rotation of the planet is known  to the hundredth part of a second, As  the planet turns upon its axis more  slowly than ours, the calendar of the  inhabitants of Mars is composed of  two consecutive years of 668 days and  a Wsextile one of 669 days.  It is not many years since Mars entered into the sphere of our observation. And one can also say that there  Is but a small number of the inhabitants of this world who have observed  it in all its details, and of these the  most experienced is Signer Schiaparel-  li, director of the observatory at Milan.  The geographical map of the planet  Mars has just been made with infinite  care by the above mentioned astronomer. O*^ might really consider it a  terrestri.^phere of continents, islands,  coasts, peninsulas, gulfs, waters. Moreover, clouds, rains, inundations, snows;  seasons, winters ana summers, springs  and autumns prevail as they do here,  and the intensity of the seasons is absolutely the same as with us, the Inclination of the axis being the same as  ours.  Our problem of the habltability of the  stars is limited to observing the celestial bodies upon which the conditions  are such that organized matter can exist in a durable form.  In tbe planet Mars the density of a  cubic meter of water, earth or any  matter is only the seventeenth of what  It is here, and the weight is oaly  thirty-eight one-hundredths. i. kilogram transported to Mars 'would  therefore only weigh 878 j-rams  there, and a man or woman Veigh-  ing seventy kilos would only Veigh  twenty-six there. The years\ are  nearly twice as long as upon \ our  planet, and the climatological cobdi-  tions seem much more favorable t\an  they are here.  The conditions necessary to life a\  we know, multiform, as the structu\  of the organic matter is so complicate  ���������Camllle   Flammarion   in   Harper'i  Magazine.  The "Plafl-ae of Women."  When the war between Japan and  Russia broke out the Japanese government did not desire the assistance of  foreign nurses.  A certain number of American nurses  went to Japan. They were received  with courtesy and compliments by the  polite officials at Tokyo. But the New  York Medical Record says that "the,  medical department of the Japanese  army has been frightfully embarrassed  by their attentions." It declares that  their ignorance of the Japanese language and their inability," to eat Japanese food or to live in Japanese style  have proved an almost complete bar to  their usefulness.  The London Hospital unfeelingly remarks, "Nurses should show more discipline when wars occur, or, they may  come to be classed with the 'plague of  women' type."  Mrs. Pall���������Have you given anythlnj  to charity this year? Mrs. Mall���������Yes,  I have just sold all of my old clothes  to my washerwoman for almost nothing.  The Cheyto pagoda in Burma is built  on a huge rocking stone poised on an  ol-h'nf'flt a helcht of 2.000 feat  Increase Your Income $320  DO you realize how much money is made from poultry raising? Do you know that many owners  of Chatham Incubators are earning $320 a year and not devoting more than a half-an-hour a  day to it?   If you owned a Chatham Incubator your wife oi^yqur daughter could attend to it  He took the box from Bruce's hand  and passed it to Miss Stuart, saying  only, "Will you open the box?"  Her beautiful eyes filled with tears,  and, with trembling hands, she tried  to break the seal. Peace Gray handed  her a palette knife, and as the cover  flew off they all crowded around.  "It's nothing but n postage stamp!"  cried Kathleen Indignantly. "The horrid old woman! I'd like to throw it  into the fire!"  Miss Stuart dropped the box and  ran from the room, and if any one noticed that Hawarden followed hop no  one was silly enough to speak of It.  "Give, me that stamp, Kathleen,  quick!" commanded Miss Falrlle. "The  old lady's mind is all right," she added after a careful examination, "and  so is her gift. This is a four cent blue  Mauritius of the Issue of 1847 and Is  worth at least $7,000. Tho 'negotiable  aunt' has made Jack an easily negotiated gift"  Hnwnrdon heard tho joyous exclamations that followed Miss Fnirllo's  announcement'and enmo Jn, holding  Miss.Stuart, blushing and embarrassed, by tho hnnd,  "Are you sure, Miss Falrlle?" he  asked nnxlously.  "Perfectly sure," she answered, with  tho confidence born of knowledge.  "Ono was sold a few weeks ago In  London for $7,L'r.O."  "Er���������I thought"��������� ho Rtnmmr-ml. "It  is only right that our friends horo  should be tho first to kuow that Edith  nnd I nro engaged."  "Two souls with but a single  Btnnip," quoth Alec, with mock solemnity, but tho unfeeling remark wan  loHt In a shower of good wishes and  congratulation***.  and add at least $320 to the profits of your farm. That is more than many anblheFde^rtrnent of  your farm produces which occupies a lot of your time and represents considerable money invested.  Let us figure it out.  A No. 2 Chatham Incubator holds from 100 to 120 eggs. Though an average hatch is eighty  per cent, we&will deduct some to pay for oil and feed and make up for accidents. Say 80 chicks out  of 120 eggs. That is a fair average. Suppose you only take off eight hatches in a yearn That is  640 chickens.   They are worth about a dollar a pair.   That is $320.00 profit frou a  CHATHAM INCUBATOR  ���������vV'W ��������� , ��������� ��������� ���������,"���������'-',..'..        ���������' ./> ,.-.;.-*.    ,  on which you have not as yet been asked to pay one cent.  There is always a big demand for poultry. It is increasing every year.* The value of the  poultry exported to Great Britain, in 1896 was $18,992; in 1902 it had increased to $239,986. One  English poultry house say they could handle 36,000 chickens a week. The increase in the  Canadian* demand has been even greater, poultry exporting firms getting such good prices here  that they didn't need to ship them. The demand for poultry is ever increasing. That means  continued good prices for poultry raisers.  You cannot make money in the poultry business without an Incubator and Brooder. If you  would'raise chickens for the market you cannot depend on the setting hen. It is absolutely  beyond your control, whereas an Incubator is easily controlled by you.  Choosing the best Incubator is the problem. With makers claiming so much for their  machines you are left in a quandary. We settle all questions by the most liberal offer ever made.  If we hadn't the best Incubator on the market and unquestioned financial, strength we could not  make it.   Here is the offer :  Wo will ������end you-freight prepaid by ua-a CHATHAM INCUBATOR and BROODER  without Dny ouah from you until October lat, 1903.  "We do not ash you to take our -word for it.    Read these few  LETTERS FROM CHATHAM INCUBATOR USERS  i , 11 it i,i'   i  >,)  oy mu.  mlttod a day or two ago that perhaps  sho might not bo his real aunt, but, Khe  wns his 'negotiable li'mint,' Of courao  1ho poor old lady hasn't the slightest  idea of tho meaning of 'iiegwtlttblo,' but  under the Hi-eiiniMlaiu'e.-i���������tho wny slio  Iiiih traiiHferred heiwlf to Jack���������you'll  iiilmlt II'h funny. 1T������������*h iip-Hnli'-i uow  ask in������ Mm. Gray to go to hco Uiu o'sd  lady."  lie turned  abruptly to  the  music  teacher,   who   hud   remained   silent.  Wllklo'a Stnrtlnttr Point. |  A story which shows tho groat effect j  which nn apparently trifling thing will!  BonintlmcH havo upon n pci'son's after;  life Is told lu connection with Wllklo,,  the pn Intor. I  Ono day, when Sir John Sinclair wns ]  dining lu company with Mr, Wllkle,'  tho artist wns naked If nny particular I  circumstances had led him to adopt I  his profem-lon. j  "Had your father, mother or nny of  your relations a turn for painting?" !  inquired sir John,  "What led you to  follow timl uii'i"  "Tho truth ls, Sir John,"' replied Mr.  WJllsle, "you made me a painter."  "U" exclaimed tho baronet. "Why, I  never had tho pleasure of meeting you  beiore."  "No," responded tho pnlnter, with a  smile, "but when you were drawing up  the Rtiitlntlni! account of Scotland my  father, who was a clergyman In Vlto,  hnd a good deal of correspondence  'with you rwiH'U'iihig hi:* pat-hili, and In  tlto eourne of It you wilt him a colored  tl i'u sviiii.', of ii huMiri in i In- mi't'wiut of  your Hlghlaiy I'diclblo reglmont,  "I waa no di'IIuhteil with this picture  that I waa constantly drawing aud  trying to color copies of it. nnd It wm  I placed four dozon OKf-n nnd or four lionu, and must any tlmt.  tho first lion brought out ton chlck������ out of thu IS tsunce, but the  othor throo novor minor! a chlokon. Now thnn I took pood euro  ot tho four lionu, hurl thoin all in ono bulldlna, and iiothint* to  nioloHt thorn, 1 Hot thoin about a vvoolc apart, It certainly  Heoius itrango that tho ono lion would do ro woll and tho othor  throo do notuinir at all. I have slnco usod n Chatham Incubator  anil met wltb (food miiooohs, hatching 71' ohiolm out of 88 ojjffH. I  prefer It to tho hmn*, and all further otfrrn 1 buy, no matter how  ulffh prlood, 1 Bhall uio the inoubator in preference to hotm.  Yours Hinoorolf, li. A, Uaht, Cuutlotcu, Ont.  Tho No. lilnonIntor.T purcliaiod from you Uat fall hft������ given  MitUfaotlon, The flwt hatoh I  . , ohloki, and we put In two turkey ���������     fore we did tbe lion erga, and both the turkey ess* hatohod.  Youri truly,     David VVbujii, Faloonbrldgo, Ont,  per.'oot oatUfaotion, The tint hatoh I trot (Kl por cent-., Ntronr;  healthy ojuojti, ami y*_������J.>'it.l',i two turkey vgg* JURt onejyoelc be-  I havo rocolvod tho broodor and find ovorythlnfr Batli*fnctory.  My ohlckH ciune out May 1st anil Iain woll witlHllod. Tlio only  thnurl rourol Ih that I did not hnvo i\ larger machine J not 111  WKsiuid got M ohlokH, and cniiKidor tlio Inoulmtor a porfoot  niaohino. yours truly, Ii. Moonkv, Urldgo St., Windsor, Ont.  I havo had anothor hatoh lu tny fifi oggIncubator, and tbli tlmt  I got IH healthy ohloks out of 'tti uirgs.  Cai.iioen dmr-i'iTU, London, Ont.  I bought ono of your No. 2 Tnanbatnrn and am woll ploasod with  It.  I sob 101) oggrt out of which I hate-hod 1)1 ohlckH.  Yours truly,    A. I?,. Gaiituohnh, Byron, Ont*.  Onm'y tint hatch, out of 8' oggn that wore fnrtlle. I had 88  ehloks, ouo dying lu tho nholl. Out of my leimnd baton T hnd 104  chicks out of Vil eggs.  Yours truly, W, L, Lauos, Orwell, Ont.  Give the Chatham Inoubator a thorough tent, make money out of it���������the more you make  the better pleated we ahall be, 'When October, 1905, arrives you should have made  sufficient profits to pay for this Inoubator several times over.  There is no string to this offer. It is open and  free. We make it to show our supreme confidence in  the Chatham Incubator and Brooder, We want everyone who desires to raise poultry for profit to accept it.  We want you to send us a postal card with your name  and address. We will then give you full particulars.  Write to-day.  We depend on every machine we put out to advertise itself in your neighbourhood���������we know it will  prove mich a good profit producer for yeu thai y������u will  be pleased to tell your neighbours abfjut it.  Merit is the only quality that will do this. Because  we know the Chatham Incubator and Brooder possess  this merit we are willing to sell it on these easy terms.  Remember we do not ask you tor one cent of cash  until October, 1905. Don't delay. Send the postal  card for particulars to-day.  The Manson Campbell Co,, Limited  Dept. 3J. CHATHAM. OKTARIO  Also Manufacturers of Campbell Fanning Mill*, and Chatham Farm Scale*  Distributing -Warsksuses. at Monirsst, Out., B������������-tdon, KUb., CaUarr. AlUs* N**w Wsstmlnstsr, B.C., __  Halifax. ri.B, Factories at Chatham. Oat.. Detroit, Mich. It w  THE CUMBERIlAND NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  SHS  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������eeeee^#e*������iH^eee^-������ee<  I WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS. *  A series of articles describing  their lives, their aims and  their influence. '    *  No. 17  * J. W. JAMESON  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  can be done in a new and strange  occupation by. a man who brings to  it ability, industry and common sense.  He was 45 years of age when he entered the publishing business and had  no previous experience in the mechanics of printing when he: set*out  to publish the Leader. Carman already had ia good local paper/the  Standard, strongly entrenched in local  favor, and ,the prospect of entering  the field against so formidable a rival  might well have deterred one of much  more experience in the. publishing  business than Mr. Jameson could  boast.  Mr. Jameson, like the majority of  Western newspapermen, is an On-  tqrlan by birth, his place of na-  tiyity being Etobicoke township, in  Peel County. He was born in 1853,  and is thus 51 years of age. "When a  mere child his parents removed . to  Culture  Earsmark  gillie (listening at the keyhole)���������  Gee! I bet that man talkin' in there  comes'from Boston. .'���������������������������'>  Johnny���������How do you know?  Willie���������Pie says "whilst." V  AGREES WITH  WEAKESTJTOMACH  Dr. Slocnm's Great Tonic and  ��������� Disease Destroyer  When you think you bave cured a  cough or cold, but find a dry,  hacking cough remains, there is  danger.   Take  Shiloh's  Consumption  Cure S;,0Uns ,  at once. It will strengthen the  lungs and stop the cough.  Prices: S. C. Wells & Co. 805  25c 50c $1.   LeRoy.N.Y., Toronto. Can.  (PRONOUNCED S1-K&IN)  Readily cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Catarrh of the Stomach and all Disgestive  Disorders.  The indictment against Mayor Geo.  H. Williams and Chief of Police Hunt  of Portland, Ore., charged with malfeasance in office, have been withdrawn by the Multonomah county  grand jury, .  A telegram has been received at  Philadelphia announcing the death at  Hot Springs, Ark., of Fayette R.  Plumb, one of the largest manufacturers of topis and hardware in the  country.  IN ACTION  j.  W.  JAMESON  Editor and Proprietor of Dufferin  Leader, Carman  Among all the newspapermen of  the Canadian West, few are better  known or more widely respected than  j. W. Jameson, editor and propr'ficor  of the Dufferin Leaden Both for his  personal and    professional    qualities  Mr. Janjeson  "is   Reserving   ot;\toe .wuwu. uo DM11 wl������UWiM, M WUJUW   esteem with which he is generally witll his newspaper, and which has  regarded. His aims and ideals as grown to-considerable proportions/ In  an  editor  and  newspaper-proprietor 1898,as before stated, he embarked  Bruce County, which shares with  Huron the distinction of having furnished to Manitoba the bulk -of her  Ontario settlers. Mr. Jameson received a sound course of training In  the public schools of his county, and  at the completion of his school education, being of a marked artistic nav  ture, he took up painting and decorating as his chosen calling, devoting  his time and abilities thereto until  1893, when, largely as the result of  too close '.attention 'toi his work, his  health failed, compelling him to consider change of climate and occupation. It was then that the voice ;:.of  the Great West called Mr. Jameson,  and hearkening to it he decided to try  what the pure, bracing atmosphere of  the prairies would do for his health.  He came to Carman and embarked in  the book and stationery business,  which he still conducts in conjunction  of the Digestive and Excretory  Systems.  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Are Lastingly Beneficial ��������� Removing the Cause of  Disease.  The sxmptoms of dyspepsia, biliousness, liver complaint, kidney disease and rheumatism point to the  presence of poisonous matter in the  system.  The flrst thing Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver' Pills do isto thoroughly cleanse  the system of this waste matter by  causing free action of the kidneys,  liver and bowels,  This" result is not brought about in  a harsh and irritating way, but is naturally and thoroughly accomplished.  The flow of bile from the liver aids  digestion and ensures continued regular action of. the bowels; the free action of the kidneys removes the uric  acid, which would otherwise cause  rheumatism or stone in the bladder.  Digestion, assimilation and the removing of waste matter, are carried  out without pain or discomfort,   and  there is no foothold for contagious or  other disease.  There, is no other preparation possessing this unique and combined action, and noiie which can possibly  reach such complicated diseases as  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  Mr. Duncan McPherson, Content.  Alta., writes: "I was for many years  troubled with indigestion and headache, and derived no-benefit,from the  many remedies I used. A friend advised th������. use,, of "Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pi Us, and after taking four  boxes the result is that I am once  more in the full enjoyment of the,  blasstngs of good health."  Dr.'.;'Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25 cents a box, at all dealers, or Bdmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto. The portrait and signature of  Dr. A.- W. Chase, the famous receipt  book author, are on every box.  I am the Oldest  are'the rellWfioir^to'_BoTlntBrpaTt~-of  those of' his personal life. Thoroughness, reliability, solidity, impartiality,  integrity���������these are his dominating  characteristics as a man, and these  are the.- distinguishing characteristics  of his paper.  In "some respects Mr. Jameson ��������� Is  not a typical Western editor. Caution and deliberation enter more  largely'into his mental make-up than  Is the case of most of his confreres  Of enterprise he has no lack, but in  every case it is subordinate to accuracy and*reliability. Change for mere  change-sake offers no attraction to'  his mind. Before Mr. Jameson goes  ahead, he wants- to be sure, that he  is right." His sense of responsibility  to tho public is great and ever-present  and every editorial judgment he pronounces is made with constant reference to its possiblo effect, not merely  on the fortunes of the political party  to which the Leader gives independent1' allegiance, but to the whole  public welfare, and to the future of  the country. Mr.-Jameson has the  habit of regarding every public and  political question as Involving more  or less of a moral Issue, and, as the  ultimate tost of their advisability, all  are tested by this touchstone. Tho  things that make for civic and political righteousness, tho things that are  of good report, that are of virtue and  praise���������theso uro tho things to which  Mr, Jameson holds, both as an oditor  and as a man.  Mr. Jameson Is a firm bollevor in  tlio saving soiiBo and wisdom of the  groat Canadian democracy. His faith  in tho common people Is deep and  abiding. Ho haul's on tlio duup-ncaiuil  senso of right existent In thoir hearts  and, though they mako nilslnltps ;<luo  to skilful' and wilful mlsroproHdnta  tion of facts and iHauos, thoy are  learning thoroliy, and slowly oducnt-  ing themselves to a ronllziitioii of  thoir needs and of tlio mounn by  tvlilclt thoy can bo attained, Bollov-  ing thus, It Is no wonder that Mr.  JamoHon -j-Ivoh 11 mi adhorenco to  LlboVal principles and gonorul support  to tho Liberal party. His habits of  thoroughness and going to the root of  matters, makes lilm' dissatisfied with  any dismission that does not go back  to cardinal principles, and lionoo his  editorial opinions nro of a ripeness  and wolght such as aro seldom found  among Western wookllos. Tho namo  habits of rellabilly cliiii'cterl*-.es tho  Lender's news columns, which show  Irom wook to week a careful sifting,  it. l.iii0uimjiii.   .not   4i.CK.������,i.i.<i,...i   .,������   ,,,.  Jnrfil V.n.nj*'ri>VfV'T"V' Typ("-!rvnphl***i1H'  tho Lender enjoys a high position  among Mr. Jameson's contemporaries.  Tartu and tare rtro apparent on every  pago of each issue. Tllnt the Carman  business men npnrecliite tlio local  paper Is evidenced by tlio space thoy  tako to announce their storo iiowh.  Taken nil In nil the Leader Is a local  paper of which nny district might  woll bo proud, nn Important factor In  the dissemination of tho principles  and policy of tho political party It  supports, a powerful influence in local  xxtxd munclpal affairs, an enterprising  and reliable newegatheror, and an  altogether mechanically excellent  newspaper.  Mr. Jameson If to oxamplo ot what  on his career as editor, establishing  the Leader, Carman's second newspaper, and, without prejudice--to- another members of the Western .newspaper fraternity, it may be^sald that  he has hi the interval matte an enviable 'reputation and that his newspaper is the best evidence of his  merit, as  a newspaperman.  Mr. Jameson's face and figure are  among those most familiar at the  conventions of the Western Canada  Press association, at which he is one  of the most earnest workers. It is  not too much to say that such gather-  lugs ,would hardly seem" complete  were he absent and the members do  prived thereby of his measured speech  and placid wisdom, and the benefit of  his experience as a printer, editor and  publisher. In the ranks of newspaper  workers in tlie West there are many'  men who could better be spared In  this,.the formative period "of its life,  than can Editor Jameson. ' He stands  for and illustrates those principles  and practices that, whether in. the  life of a newspaper, a man, or a  country, tend to the best development  along lines of both material and moral  progress. Tho personal success that  comes thereby is not by any-means  principal, though undoubtedly it is a  desirable, result. This success Mr.  Jameson has deservedly reaped, but  his true valuo to Western newspaper-  dqn*t Is In the principles for which  hCvimontonds, and the influence ' ho  eieerts.  DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR MONEY  on "Enntum nnil Sot-thorn Grown Nursery Htook  Mrs. E. V. Blalede.ll  Hale and Gearty at 89.  Arnprior, Ont., Sept. ICth, 1904.  Dr. Slocum, Limited.  "It's twenty years or more since I  used.PSYCHINE, and I write these  words not to gain publicity, but that  suffering and ailing humanity may  learn of its great merits. I felt weak  and miserable for a long time; had  no appetite or couldn't obtain proper  sleep. Was unable to work or enjoy'  life. People said I was so old my-  constitution was breaking up, hut,,  fortunately, through using the, Dr.  Slocum-Remedies-.-I���������have-proven--this:  false. PSYCHINE is the only remedy-  I ever took that agreed with niy  stomach, which was exceedingly  weakif.-Twenty years have' passed"  siric^jjjriy recovery and I am now 89  yearswf age a,nd so strong and-lyell  I work, all summer in my garden'. ��������� ���������  "MRS.  E. V.  BLAISDEL."  PSYCHINE is pronounced SI-KEEN  For sale by all druggists at $1 per  bottle. For further advice, information,, or free trial bottle, write, Head  Office and Laboratory, Dr. T. A. Slocum, Limited, 179 King Street West;  Toronto, Canada. ���������  TRIAL BOTTLE FREE.  ESTABLISHED GRAIN  COMMISSION  MERCHANT  IN  WINNIPEG.  Consign your grain to me and get prompt service, careful attention,  and highest market prices. ^    CDI\TI/ DRAWER  Reference: UNION BANK OF CANADA.   ^,  DKIlNlv,      1300.  THE ANDREWS-GAGE GRAIN CO., LTD.  GRAIN COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  We make a specialty of low grade  wheat. Write us before shipping. Wt  will show how we can serve you.  References:���������Any Bank or Commercial Agency.  ..",;.,' GRAIN  EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG, MAN,  i  march-wells grain co.  * Grain In car lets bought on track or sold on commission. BeaeonaMf  advanoe -mad*. Prompt Rot urn-*. Correspondence ���������olleltrtd. XU(������reaea|  Any Bank ia Winnipeg.  ROOM 414, GRAIN EXCHANGE BLDO,, WINNIPEG.  ffenjaager Signals::"[;  youjr liver out of order, constipation, or your-, stomach not  working right, ii's; a sign of'  distress which/ tinhdeded, will  lead to trouble-T-i'i'is time to  take  Beecham's  Pills    ,  Sold Everywhere.    In boxes 25 cents.  that will uot ������ro\v( but writo tor mir miiitloKue  of ltnrdy Aiiiilos. Orabs, I'innm. Cherries,  QooMhnrrles, Htiapberrion, dimwit--, tnruwher-  rli'H, Homos. Orniunoiiliil Shrubs mi 1 Troon  Madge nnd Wlnilbruiik Tnw, l"������rrmiliil Plant1*,  eto, Tri'en that wilt grow In Manitoba una  the Terrltorln*.     Arid raw  HUOHANAN'ri N'URSNRirS  ���������  Ht��������� ("Imri n, Mnn.  This falling of your hairt  Stop It, or you will soon be  bald. Give your hair some  Ayer's Hair Vigor, The falling will stop, the hair will  Hair Vigor  crow, and the scalp will be  clean and iicaltny, \v/iy be  satisfied with poor hair when  you can make it rich?  trat������ff������,  liSffl  IWimaat*:  **fQ|. ���������   . f&OTffis!  ThickHairr  Superfluous Hair  Removed by tho Now Principle  3)a 9Wirade  'Ohio Gasoline Engines'  PORTABLE ENdlNES for THRBSHINQ  and STATIONARY for CHOPPING ami  WOOD SAWINd in stoek tt all time*,   W������  ean ship at a day*"* notiee.  Write \m lot Prices and Oatalofoe.  Barriit^Cwpcr Co* Ltl, Wfcoipeg, In.  Henry Atonae, East  THE WONDERS OF ELECTRICITY  ' WMwmmmarwMmmtmmm������*wmawmawmmmmm  Now Used for Purifying Flour  The New Process Makes Bread and Pastry Lighter, Sweete-rJ  Whiter and More Wholesome���������Womer of Canada Delighted.  It la hotter thnn electricity, bocauso  it dooa not soar or produce a uow growth.  Hotter than X-ray, because it duea not  bum. soar or paralyze tho tissues under  tho akin, liottor than depilatories, because it la nob poisonous* therefore,  it will not oause blood poiaoning, or  produce eczoina, whioh in ao common  with depilatories, and dooi not break  oif the hair, thereby increasing ita  growth.  Elootrolysla, X-ray or rlapHntoriwi are  offered you oa tha bnro word of the  operatota and manufacturer. DK  MIRACLE ia not. It is tho only method  which ia indoraed by physicians, surgeons, dcrmatologietH, medical journali  and prominont magazines.  DlH M1HACL10 will bo mailed to any  addt'uas, aeamd m piuin vti������p|>������( k<r ii.  Vour money back without ciu������������tion if it  f&ile to do all that is claimed for it.  Our booklet ��������� tho most complete  treatise on Buporfluoui Hair eter pub-  ilMUUU���������UuliUtUiiug    Ce   tttilitii-'i'li.X  ;*  numerous phyaioiaai and aurgeonaand  those of hundred! of othera���������will bo  aene freo, ia plain, sealed envelope,  upon request. Wrlto for it today to  DE MIIUCLB CHEMICAL CO., 83  Quins Brain Wm/ Toiohto, or  VSlm SIMPSON Bssar  TORONTO. ONT.  W   INI   U   No   tfltB  Wlmt Is Eloctrioity?  riobody knows, not ovon Edison.  Whnt docd it do?  everybody linoH-ff.  It runs Btreet cara--telophonoB���������outo-  mobiles,  furnishes light*���������hont���������power  ���������-di'teda and dofonta disciifio  ���������enables tlio doctors to boo clear  'through a man.  Performs all sort* of wonders.  ���������not loakt of which in acting as  r      Nature's Great Purifier  becaimo when tho world's dust, dirt  and discoso germs liavo been taken up  by tho nir; and hang ovor tbo earth in  cIoiuIh-���������  eli'ctrlrlty shoofs lightning through  tha cloud* 1  ���������li.'Ustt ;--"*(Xiiii.���������tmniins 1  ���������down ���������.���������inn.-) Uiu ia.11, Uiu litiuus-  phero is purified and wo exclaim  ���������" luiw nice and truth tlio air is since  that thtindor storm I"  kleotneity in tho riour Will.  Something like (hat but minus tlio  thunder and lightning,  ���������silently���������swiftly���������*o-mJf  electricity perform* it* miracle In the  "Royal llonmhold" mlll-~-th*������ only mill  In the Dominion of Canada where electricity ie osed for purifying purpoeee.  When the plndsni ��������� eeparatore���������  eiftere-aiHilten, bingfoan4 and re-  L-twUWd aad iwsriaei tbt  flour apiin and apraln, all dBwn through  thosovon floors ol the big "Koyal Household" mill until it ih nearor perfection  than flour ovor wiw IkjIoiv���������oloctricity  says���������  " I enn do more* thnn thnt" and sending it* mysterious charge of  Electrified Air  through tho flour, removes tho ltvst, \otua)  traeo of impurity���������gives it new lifo aud  greater energy���������mak^s a flour that ii  pure .enough,  , tweet i.'iiutij-li,,  whito enough,  to bo worlliy tho name and fame 0!  "Royal Jloiwuhohr-lho flour that I*  mom delifious���������moro healthful���������more  satisfying than any other Hour in the  ,* 1  it.  0*,,%, t\^*  p n������.....,sn������ i-nl-no |Vn liffltd  and  pmlry ii������;tJ on lh" lublfs of Uoyally���������  the flour that thouvands of Canadian  women are now uiiing to mako better  hrvad ���������ix'tti-r piuilry than they ever  mado t>ofore,  Every day'hundreds of ti-rtlmonlale  aro coming "to tho OgiMo Tlour Mille ���������  Co. Ltd., Montreal, from women who are  using Royal Household Flour, accord-  fng to tho "Royal Household " redpee  and aay they are delighted with it  Tho rtclpce will bo sent free for tht  ���������eking  ���������������ak te tiitn*-  l Sl- ^r������ ���������ILOUlfiXiM SATXT-R/HD-A-TZ-.     FBBBtTAB?     28x^  B 1������T 81T Of MPLIS  Ever Offered for Sale in Cumbkri*akd_  OPAOB will uot permit of 8 general list but we would call  *���������*   -your special attention to the  LADIRR WHITE WEAR        ���������        300 PIECES  CORSET COVERS from 10c. CHEMISES from 25c.  DRAWERS "     25o. 8KIRT8 "    45c.  CHILDS DRESSES���������  A Handsome Lot at Remarkable Low Prices.  BOYS SUITS���������  There are over 50 of these in this lot.       Beautiful   little  SuitB at about Half the Usual Price.  ������2T   CALL AND SEE THESE.  GROCERIES   -  OUR vSTOCK IS NOW COMPLETE with the  Beat  Brands  ol Groceries to be had,  Heintz'a Tomato Catchup,     Sweet P-.cklej,;   Sour  Pickh****, Sauerkraut, Hotse Rndi*li, Imiia Relish, &c   ARE EXTRA CHOICE.   : SHOES :  "C T   f ~M T D '      ������g,lvie"������ B'*yal Houtehold, Lake of the  Woode,   Five Roues  4 PASTKY FLOURS.                   A-80 M,,kin,i8 of FEED at the  -r~ LOWEST     PRICES    HP EN Oases of Slaters just opened, all the Newest Shapes and  ���������*���������     Styles for Spring.       We also carry all lines of Men's and  Women's Cheaper Grades nt  $1.50, $175, $2.oo, $2.50 and $3.oo.  BOYS AND GIRLS SHOES  in great variety, at all prices.  BOYS SPECIAL���������Sizes, ll's to 13's at $1 oo.  ������������������ "     1  to 5'a       at$1.25.  **\J EW GOODS-Over 20 OASES of New Spring DRY  ������������������-^    GOODS how oh the way.  **r   WATCH FOR THESE.  RIGGS & WHYTE  r  CORNER CASH STORE.  THB RELATION OF THE STATE  TO RBUGlOys EDUCATION-  Jt is a, ipjetajce to suppose tbat  (Bduoation i* a knowledge of cla8t?ic8  mathematics, and the learned sciences,   It is no doubt this, but iu  addition it ip any training as discipline that enables one to make the  best of life.     There is physical,  -moral and1 religious training, and  ih& pertain obligations in regard to  fixxoh.  Success on life depends much  on energy which produces mouaen-  Hjna, and energy depends on the  percentage of nourishment in the  food, therefore, parents should see  that   their    children    have   good  _j������ourUhing food.     The end of edu-  pation^houl^Be'^pWpare-and-to-  poake tha most of life, and the.edu-  .cation given is of value to the in-  ��������� dividual and the country in proportion as it prepares to make the  befet of his environments in life's  Jiattle.   The relation "of the state to  (religious instruction is a delicate  subject, and it is difficult in the  present  mix������up   of   ecclesiastical  ���������matters in Canada as it is delicate,  Qljr Roman ��������� Catholic  fellow-citi-  jjena are not favorable to the public  Schools because their religion is not  ���������recognised in them.    They highly  value religious instruction, and in  this they are right, and Protestants  would not be astray in taking a  Jeeson in  this behalf from them.  Although Canada id a Piott-biunt  ppujitry, with Piotestantit-m as the  genius of itu public institution"}, our  pon*-Piote**taiH friend-i, be it suid to  the credit pf Canada, have more  freedom than they have in any o.her  ppyntiy,   The principle of the government of our country is the protection of the rights of the minority  but this must not be parried so fur  its to iu tor lulu with the rights of the  ���������majority, and this indeed cannot be,  Ipr in u cuuntry having a govern*  {Bent responsible to the people, tne  jaws ot' the country mus*. bo tlie  prystalift-d u*pre������uion oi the mind  pf thu free and independent tit-dors.  Po-Jiiive religious instruction as to  preed and dogma is the duly of the  }uimo ttud the oiiurch, but not of  thetittUe.   If the teachers four God  and live in righteousness they will  itnpifBS this character ou their pupils, whetiier the liiulo is taught or  uot, but it thoy do nol, all the reading of tbe liioie from Genesis to  Hevelalions will not impJaut a religious oharaotur iu the children  under their care.    Ou the whole,  Canada has men and women teach-  lug who ii.ro christian-; in walk and  conversation, and il������* -wi-il-i.c-. arc  lafo under tutsir tuition.    Ti-m- .< re  UO doubt delects in out scliopls nu lo  jeUgiouH iustruotiou, bu, the key to  the remedy ia in the Sunday ticltuoi  uuu   d.%.  el.tUxO*    -nHl   the   homo,  which aro free to tenon posiilvu in-  Hgiop i\nd dogma in ciecd, winuii  (he state has no rignt to teupu.  Telegraphic  News  Brockton, Mass., 20th���������Over 100  persons, men and women, were killed hy the explosion of a boiler in a  large shoe factory couducled by R.  W. Grover&Co.  Gunshu Pas������, 21st���������The last two  days have been utterly without incident.   Tlie Russian rear guard is  retreaing ilowly and engaging  in  ooca-uonrtl *������kirmii*hes.'     It is now  25 miles north of Tie Pass.   Japanese are slowly advancing without  preying the Russians.    The Russians are destroying bridges and the  railway road bed and  carrying, off  stores and  demolisiiing  buildings  and everything not portable.     Reports of a wide turning  movement  ..by the. Japanese'are noo longer  be- I  nng~receiTedT~JPhere-"is���������i-t-cr-eaiing-  difficulty in  securing  reliable in-  iorn.ation beyond the limits within,  which scouting partie?   are   active  on   account   of   the   defection   of  many Chinese to the Japanese lines  The troops parted  in  silence, whh  Kuropatkih whore labor in shap  ing the army is recognized and who  wa*i ever attentive t<- the wants of  the soldiers.   Regardless of the tact  that he h**B   been   Commander-in-  Chief Kuropatkin offered to remain  her*'- as a subordinate of .Gen Line-  vitch as commander of a corps  London, 2lst���������Russian official  circles in London nre inclined to  credit a Harbin report that Ren-  nenkampff has at last arrived ut  Tie Pahs whore tho Russian armies  were ordered to rendezvous incase  of rctrt-tU, only to find the place occupied hy tho Jupanene, consequent  ly it i* fon red that llennenkampff  is sunoiinded.  Nanaimo, 21st���������The Northwestern Construction Co. of Oaltland  havo pecured a 10 year lease of the  stone quiirb-.B on Newcns*'e I-da-id  which !hov intend to <1 vel >pe on  an extensive scab* shoitly, The  stone is snid to bo tho finest in the  world.  Victoria, 21st-���������Mrs Joan Dunsmuir seal's the insertion of a .clause  in the hi!) before tho Dominion  Parliament to ratify iho sale of the  E & N by which hor interests will  ho protected Th" contwi tion is  that a half interest in the company  was Alt'X Dunsmtair's thU being in  litigation, Edna Hoppor and Joan  Dmwmiir seek to recover it.  of our best singers, was a delightful treat. Tne management will,  doubt less later on, publish a report  of suliscriptions received by them  towards the fund also.of amounts  received from the concert, for the  benefit of the public who so liberally responded.' The cost of the in- J  strument is not generally   known   ���������  Messrs Mar pole, Goodfellow and  othe: C P R-effioials with Messrs  Dunsmuir and Little are expected  to visit the town this week.  Mr Jim Hill returned home last  night.  Prices   Lower   than   Ever  JlT WBIJTBQB53B.  New Spring  Goods arrive weekly.  WHICH WILL ���������?  SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  In the matter, of the estate of Thomas  H. Piercy. late of Denman Island,  . B.C.* deceased.  TAKE NOTICE that ail persons having.'  claims against the estate  of^TEF  lite  Come   and  see   for  yourself���������examine   our  Goods and Prices and  compare them elsewhere.  Thomas H. Piercy, whose will was prov.  ed on the 241 h day of February, AD,  1905, are required to send the particulars  thereof, duly verified by declaration,..to-',  the undersigned on or before the 8th day  of Aprl, 1905, and further take notice  that after the said date the executor will  distribute the estate amongst those persons only of whose claims he- shall then  have received notice,  Dated this 1st day of March, a.P, 1905  MICHAEL MANSON,  5a Executor,  Union Wharf, fl,C,  .EGGS FOR HATCHLNG,  From Pure-blood Stock, Single Comb  White Leghorn Wyckoff strain ��������� the  greatest layers in Am erica���������Eggs, $1.00  per 15, A few selected Cockcrells for sale  price $1.50 each.���������Apply, John J, R,  Miller, Utile River J'ouliry Yards, Co.  mox.   Mail orders attended to,  INFORMATION    WANTED  As to the whereabouts of C R Distler,  who left Vancouver about 10 months ago  for Cumberland, Any particulars regarding same will be gratefully received by  his uncle, Rudolph Distler, (.are of R S  Robertson, Cumberland, HC.  Fancy Vests, no two alike, at C. J.  Moore & Co.  Royal Bank of Caijada  Capital (paid up), .$3,000,000  Reserve Fund   ,8,000,000  Undivided Profits,,,     109,505  T.B. KENNY, Prksidkot. K, L. PBASK,' General Manao*������  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND, ,  Savings Bank Department (--Deposits of $.1 and upwanlu received 1   Iuterest al*  lowed av currant rate*, compounded twiooeuoh year on SOch June und 31 at December,  Drafts cm all points bought and Bold.  R. E. WALKER, Manager,  OFFICE HOURS 10 to 3;  Saturday JO to 12; opeu   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to O.pm  TO ODRE A COLD IN ONE DAY.  Tak LAXATIVE UROMO QU1NINM Tab-  lota. All Uruggi'itN r-ifuiul tho money if it  fails to oure. IS. W, Grove'* signature is  on oaoii box,   2So,  Unele Tom's Cabin at ths Cumber-  land Hall Saturday, 35th. Jott'erieo  aud fitfsimjjqona, theao Olftdinturs  ot lb������ squarsd eirols m thoy actually  tPp-Murtd *n tb������ ring at Ban Francisco  44wi���������ton 990, i}*}*, and 5Qe.  HOSPITAL PIANO CONCERT.  An averngo attondnnce  greolod  the porformt-18 last evening at tbe  HoKpilul Piano B������nefit    Coropli-  menttuy licketn wero not   ia-mod,  hIiIui' Bimdry fr* e locals were givt������n  an an ml, in re������|ionRe to a request  nniicb' by one of  the oriKinators,  tb^nvot'o, lite reporter* wnte-up it* (  necefKiinly on bonr-Hiy,     iii������.-,c\-*  t^llt wae given by  some of  our  loveUuHl young lad ion nnd was of  courtw tlie <lrn*Aii*tg curd.   The \pt.  m������u win-wui'vi.u wli<- jit,; J*'.'".'.iv"' 0 r-  twinly t-xi-rci^-d good tan'o.    Mr  Tulliclgo and itf'lt-tantfl deserve llie  tbiinkH of thu community for the  euergelic manner in   wbich Ihey  worki-d thin concert up to such a  gUWH-KHful   I'-HUD.  vhsll Mo.-r*-'* s-np, ������������������Kiilarney",  was ������aid to )>e the gem of tbe even-  ing, while Miw K Hate, who is  rapidly coming to the front as one  Thu Fish ng Siiaaoti will anon bo in. By  going to 0. H. Tarbell for your fishing out-  lit you will oatoh your Huh and nave money,  Uo koepH the moot reliable and \ip-to-date  fUhlng tftokle and ammunition in town,  BROWN LEGHORN EGGS FOR  HATCH INC���������I-tiie-winneis-^-$5 per  hundred fur incubators, 75ct"i. per set.  tin)j ���������-S F DotiSQN, C-nmenny  QSQj^^S***j**J**i***i*Tiia1^iti^iwwm������������������������inriM->-i|*  i  la i m*mw+������*i*������ni n.i mini ���������������*���������   m'tV  8TKRR nTRAYKD on my farm, out under  both ear*. Owuer oan have Ham-- hy  paying expeoieu.���������A^ly, Mahikwbo^  <'niiio-r.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied nt Lowont Market Prioea  Vegetables  A  Gruttt Viirioty will   always bo  in atook \   also a supply of  Fresh Fish  will he on Sale every Woilncaday  Your patroange in oonlially invited, and  all orders will be promptly delivurwd.  JJcPhee&Son  PROPRIETORS,  FUR    hAU  122 Aores of Laud at Comox, B.C., with  tirat-olass Titular ou same, near ichool,  with good r. ad.���������Afply, Mrs A. Luca,h,  r<imox, R.O  New Clothing just arrived ftt C J,  Moore & Co.  Nhw stock of spring clothing now  in at the Big Hiore. Htylo, fit and  prico right.    See these goods.  If ynu want a Good Up������tn-Uate Suit  gotoC J. MiKireot Co.  House Lining and Wall Paper *X  Cheap John'*  ������priiig  Sampler  OF SUMMER  ...1 WEEDS,..  JUST ARRIVED  Fit and WorkmatiHbip Perfect.  Leave   your Measure for a Suit  C. DAVIES,  or. PRUO STORK.  Fair  Trial  IS AJLOm -W"B a������k:  TUST a chance to show you that  J we a) waya pleaBe our oustomem  by supplying them with iho BKST  MKATS ut the lowest market  piioos. A tiial order will convince  you.  THE  OITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. MoKAY, Proprietor,  MUNICH ALITY OF  THE CITY OF CUMBERLAND  Notice is hereby niven that the Court  of Revision foi the purpoae of hearing aW  rnmnlHint**- Hi'ninst the Assessment Rolf  of iho Ctimhorlnnd Municipality will be  held 111 xhe Council Lli'imbm nn Wednesday the lath day cf April, 1905, nt the  hour nf 7-31. p m.  Any per������on having cause of complaint  of their Assftisment nitibt innke such  compi'tim in wnung u> ihe Clerk 01 the  Municipality nt least Ten Uayi before  the said date, or they will be too late to  be he>ud in that behalf.  L W. NITONS,  Oity Mwioifai. Outtut,  Cnrolwrland, B.C., 8th March, 1908.  Granulated Bujiar, per 100 lbs,,  I $1175.���������Nnpier & Partridge,

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