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 /  $.  i  ti  i  I  TWELFTH YEAR.  CUMBERLAND, B.C, WEDNESDAY,  JUKE,  AT THE BIG STORE  SHOE DEPARTMENT.  Warm weather leaders that are worthy of, your   attention?  Men's Fiue Blaohrr < ut Dougola Sho.-e, Goodyear Welt $3.oo pair.  Men's Tan Calf akin Shoo**, Blucher Cat. 94. oo pair.  l*t*f  LadifB  Royal  Lsdiea  :**������������  ���������*���������*'  Oxfords  $3.50  Equal to Any $4.00 Shoes on the Market  * * f  Misses Donwlfc.One Sjrap Budkle Slippers tt .50pr-  Ladies andfe^lfcoata an* LWroase Shoes.   No deal with us is oompleted  uu^lrydtiare satisfied,  Simon Leiser & Co. LtD.  Nictttes & Renoi&l>d;  ' * * "1 VATES STREET,  VIQTORIA, "f O.--   , ���������,..  *���������    '���������*   V****   ,        _       ���������*'    >*-+^  V        '     .   '���������**   '      - *  i   '      ' '  jttat received large ehjpment of   I]Et03ST   AGKHJ  &nw  his  Sh>  CULTIVATORS,  SKKD DRILLS,  WHEEL HOES, Eto.  VERY LATR8T IMPKOVRMKNTS,  Call and see them or write for oatalugues and prlotta.  PO.Di.awer. 568  Telephone 88.  Sole Apenta for B.O.  m  2iV  WE ARE  ������o3- AFTER YOU  If you are not already a cub-  touier, we want your trade,  either direct or through your  dealer who will procure any  of our lines that you wish. ::  If  tft-MMMflfSMtfft  We guarantee   absolute, satisfaction.  '' JrOJbyJS^JlJj^L^oJilJxvy     JL7.CX .-cx'JLY  We will save you money���������Try us���������and with the help of our  Catalogue���������whioh is free���������you can iteleot any or all of your  Home Furnishing Needs  from the largest stook in Western Canada.  That's a proposition worth your consideration.  Local and Personal  ��������� Potatoes of excellent quality, ail  carefully picked, ovor before being  eent out ui our, cu-uoniorf 121b 25c  or -11,75 pvr. sack at Napier & Purt-  ridges*.   V    ��������� -   * -\vv ,  */  A son was born to--Ml and Mrs J.  B. Bonnet on Monday June 5th  T. E. Bate has jnst received i ton of  Wnlt Hftper. ;  At the wrestling match Saturday  night Mr George Gray, won the  merchan .'a silver cup.  For Garden Ho e, Lawn mowers.  Ice Cream > freeSfrs, Mixed paints  and brushes, Wallpaper, Hammocks]  Ten nis Racquets,' Fishing tackle,  Poultry netting, Garden tools, wheelbarrows, etc. etc. Go to the Big Store.  The -schoolmaster still/ merrily  rung  his   subsidized ;-newspaper.  ,(.We wonder how long one������of the Gov  .ernment public servariti Would le  >Mowe4;j|P;irun a grocery, dry goods  ixni AtxfOtjier store without .'.such a  ���������roar being raised that his resignation  would be insisted oh?   But it t-eeuiK  that a schoolteacher, drawing a  good salary which js paid by every  ratepayer in ihe municipality, may  with impunity run a newspaper iu  opposition  to  another without  a  word   being  raided  againstTfhim,  what a graft, to be sure!   The bust  xxtjfto nieh'agWinsVwJiose   bupineceet  tJe,afbr^8aid Government officials.  &/glitJ^|^^1^X^the first to  itt**^^;th;$^^ to air  t^^,itHevan^i in (be event of bis  ���������ojjji&rog thenxu-v ���������.���������-'���������   ,.  , *'^r''.*'  -T.V"  V^ ���������     '-���������.-:-'       ��������� ���������  ���������' v^'Drop In. Price this applies to a  Csjlr^ehipmenfc' pt Flour, Wheat,  Shores'aed Bran jufct arrived call  a^dgetOUr Prices."'.-'Napier& Partridge.* .s*i*:-���������**.���������* ������������������-'".."   .   Mr Brt^'awford tiaasold his land  on the 'I^lii^. togUher W-ih the  old homeptend  adjoinjng, to* -two  young   Englishmen,  jutely   ii%m  Manitoba, Mr>= Andrews -and   hit*  piirtner.^Jj|l������**ft^  ing mantfittai^e^  piece of land pert ofV'sjffiftffr h- re q  fore has been >t an etj*  uwd    Mr  Crawford  senio**, anifnamUy will  live on a part oi the hoopee ead re-  tabled for his use.  Probably notning is more satisfactory than good reliable food prod  uots. The inner man always want**'  the beat. Particular people ftpd  perfect satisfaction iu buying their  groceries At the Big Btore^.  Mrs ?rame left on Friday morning for Nairn imo on receipt! $f 'he  news of t he dhftth -o/;iwr Vather Mr  Cbaflwick     The������fiK'n������'e-  man was well and fs^fribjv known  to Nanaimo nnd Cumb^|nd people.  His death.cnme as a hsippy relea**������  he having being eonfttwdltb his ht-iV  for almost three mont-hs, his intent"*  suffering being borne with gr-a  patience.   A widow and seven children Hurvive, three of whom are mar  rled,   Mr J, Frame was driven to  Nanaimo by his b-nthpr-in law 'Mr  L, Mounce to attend tbe funeral.;  Soda Wa'er, Fountains, and  Sparklet Bulbs for making coo1 ing  mmmer drinks at. Napier A Partridge.  'Ity* "May Queen" Operetta bos  been postponed owing to a berejvein the family of the principal performer.  The winning number for tite  Garden Swing At the Big Htore Is  131  Mrs and Miss Tarbell ond Mr J.  Bryden were passengers to Cumber*  land fiom Victoria on Thursday  Municipality of the City of Curitber  land,  *  Owners of Horses allowing them  to run at large within the City  limits will be held responcible for  any damage dune.  BV ORDER.  L. W. NUNN8, 0.M.0  Cumberland, B,C. 23* May, 1905,  COUNCIL  MEETING.  Present���������Mayor Willurd, Aids.  Bate, Tarbell, McDtnald, .McLeod  " Minutes read and adopted.  Communications* From Attorney General re short s-n tenet* of  prisoners. The A. Gi������aid he caw  uo objection lo thus if ttoy wero  worked for proper hours and under  competent supervision.  From Mayor Steam of Kamloojis  requesting the Council to consider  the matter about joining the "Union  of Canadian Municipalities".  Accounts���������Electric Light Cof  April. $40.25, May $40.95. Riggs  <fe Whyte-Coal Oil, $1.80.  Referred to Finanee Committee.  Re side-walk from the ..alley of  Fiist Street to the alley of Second  Street. Grant & Co. agreed to supply lumber for tbe^ building of a  new side-walk on this stree* if the  Council would build the same, The  CounciJogreedto buy (he old boards.  Moved and teconded that the  City erect two arches for the 12th  of iJiily celebratiwrr^  ^h^mau*tPtj3ii]Qg^^%k������&L  teacberswas le^juh fSf^x.^'  Cleipfc     r      ������������������"- "*���������������*.  > k*i. , ' ���������'���������  : Council adjourned*  Wall - Paper  JUST ABRIVRD AT TUB  cash STOHE7  100 Patterns to choose from.  $ Double Rolls for 25ets, upwards".  Hntwe Linlnsf.  Mixed P unU, 50Sha4Mof  Ala*i-Mtiue,     E lamel**,    Staius,   VaruUb,  ,VV biting, Bruohi*8. eto.  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE, Cumberland  - 1905'-'.  wall ��������� Paper  FOR    SALE  *. _.    o  Lot % Block 14. Penrith Avenue.  A full nized lot in a.desirable location. TermB. Apply E. J. .Tudd.  317 Cordova St  West  Vancouver.  Ladies   Summer Underwear, in -  Silk Lisle. Balb'riggan and  fanpy  cotton Large-assortment At the Big.  Store. . -  M*n^ -  fT  Ml~FrTii������,prliftle=13gugKtef:*  Hazel'who. was operated on for ap-  pendfei ies on Thursday last is, we  are pleased to state', improving*rap-  ���������idly- ^,;  =*5^p  X  ���������4iT 1?!E3:E3 'BEST STORE'  For Kaliomining, 'Paper-hanging  Qlazing and   Painting.     8ee  rich'd. McGregor,  Cumberland Hotel.  The Newest fads In fancy work  Prootor's patent Wheel or -Squarea  for making Teneriffe Lace.  Stamped serim Doyllea end table  covert Ta be had at The' Big Store-  Pest Lime Juice quatt sise bottle*  only 35 cents.  N;vp!cr'& Partridge* ""'''  Mi .William UoHlecRobi'-^f Co*  mo������ who has retired from farming  will build a cottage fronting on Co  mox Bay, The lumber ie being sup  piled by the NMnfilm������iaawTnlir  Rev, T. Memies and family left  last week for Kingston where M  Memies will attend the meetings of  the Presbyterian Church General  Assembly. Mrs Parkin of Comox  also left by the pame steamer to  visit her son in Nanaimo,  HE BEST FOOD  FOR WARM  WEATHER.  ���������is f'rbUi i> ice Fresh Fruit is always relished ���������but  espi^lly so in warm weather, when it U seasonable,  ^p trpuble to prepare for the table���������plenty of it  for mfo IHOpey, Qur supply is Always Fresh and  ^lwfty 'i'ft^Gofriplete���������- Always Reasonably Priced.       *  v;Oi*ange8'':  ������������������ Bannana8      -  Apples  1   Strawberries  CANNED FRUITS In Tin's;  Strawberries  Raspberries  Peachet  Pears  Apricots  irom Mc | or tin,  Pineapple, sliced, 2 tins 25cts.  Assorted Pie Fruits in Gallon  Tii?  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE,  f V  But she had counted without either  host or guests, for all of these save Sir  Percy de Bohun on the instant pulled  purses out and tendered them, crying  as with a single voice:  "Fie,< fie, Sir Robin! Are we highwaymen, tricksters? Honor us bj^Cslng  our sovereigns as they were your own.  Eh, Sir Percy, have we not the right  of tlie matter?" asked Jack Chalmers,  turning to the tall young man, who,  having crossed the room again, now  atood leaning moodily against the chimneypiece, frowning, tapping hearth  with heel in too evident impatience of  the subject of discussion.  ,  "I humbly ask your pardon, Mr. Chalmers," he replies, "both for differing  with you all and for expressing tha  same. To my way of thinking," adds  Sir Percy, with deliberation i-'l matched by the flash of his eyes as they tako  a scornful measure of the supposed Sir  Robin���������"to my way of thinking, any  gentleman who carries his company.  Into any other gentleman's chambers  without the means of a paltry game of  loo or ecarte in 's pocket 's not quite  such a proper young man 's he might  be!'/. And with this Sir Tercy laid his  hand upon his sword hilt, and Kennaston laid his upon that, attempting  to stay the torrent., U        '  "Tut, tut!" cried tbis^ne and that.  "His lordship's dead drunk with Cupid.   Sir Robin, mind him not," whispers another.  "De Bohun breaks ttJol^Vesclaims  a third, all at once.  And.JjQ.?.t*he,.:same moment,.also up  springs"mj^ady Peggy&han$oli hilt,  --too,lihdlsays she loudly, same time as  the restT,  /'A plague on yondor a libeler, Sir  Percy de Bohyn||.Mj*i^ai) *it!s the errand your IbrdshipJj^apVin town 'a-pur-  Bulng hatlr turned--your "lordship's  brain?" .Here Lady. Peggy., .laughs ia  derision'.and stands''.' full "���������������������������.height up-  drawn upon her girl's red fi-ielsi,   /'. ''  ."Curse me, but you-'are impertinent,  elr!" responds Percy, taking a step forward,'Ills anger rising as \hj$ beholds  his purpose galloping to the goal of its  quick fulfillment. "What then, an it  please you, is my 'errand up in town?'  since you aro thus familiar wltb my  gaits. Tell *em off, Sir ,jRoJ������in'"McTart  I give you leave!"        ^, ���������':','>���������  "With your leave or" without it,'*  cries Foggy ,ip a volco that .causes  Chockey to lift'the loft cover * an Inch  higher, and so, kneeling,'with'nose flattened ngalnst. floor, to behold her mispress* fine and.splendid pliowof valor.  ' "I'd havo you hear, sir, that to persons  of fashlon'the matter of your suit near  , Lady Diana \yeston's a joer'-'and Jest  of tho flrst flavor, for 'twere easy scon  a lady of her quality, sir, "d not bo  a-wastlng her tlmo on you."  !'Slr!" cries Sir Torcy, now thoroughly aroused and far more ln earnest than  evor be was at tho beginning, "you Hot  Ayo, iny, 'lords, sirs and gentlement  Nay, you cannot stop ray mouth," un-  shonthlng his rnplor. _ Poggy does llko-  wise, each pushing and warding frpm  them tho restraining hands nnd words  of their associates, '       '���������,  "A foul lie! My errand up In town,  Sir Robin McTart, Is to try, to drowu,  my sorrows as I may, because tho only  lndy that ovor I loved set mo tho pneo  to "tho devil by a-rcfusjhg of my suit  como Easter day, throo months to aa  hour ago."  Lndy Poggy flushes nndor tho coffcf*  stains, bor arm trembles, but sho Is  valiantly happy nnd confident, hnd hor  heart goes boating tlio joyfullost sort  of a tuno boncath tlio broldorod waistcoat sho'd mado for hor twin.  "And hor namo," cries Sir Porcy, with  a glaneo of Imperious, nggroHHlvo temper shot right Into Peggy's vory faco���������  "her nnuio'H not Lndy Diana Weston,  but 'tis Lady Poggy Bnrgoyno!"  Now Chock's wholo bond slips leash,  nnd she bonds with baled breath and  heaving breast to listen closer.  Tort"    TV*"'"**.   pfc-ntH     lint     T,.|--*-|-***|-������   Xtlt%*  .... -,������       J       o *���������>       ���������      *        *     , *    , - *   ;,      "     *  rnplor ovor hor bond, lnnjrha loud, lonp;  and derisively.  "Lndy Poggy nurgoyuo, str," Blinking  tho ullt of his weapon umlor Peg's  noso, repents Bir Percy.   "And until  silly bumpkin ways, when h!io oncoun-  torod you In Kent, luul turned hor  from mc, slio was to mo kindest of  Indies nnd of loves. Yonr sorvnnt, Sir  Robin McTart." concltidon iVn-y, with  n low bow, sticking tbo Hour with his  rnplor point,  "whoa and where you  pIOflMP."  "llvrc and now'" erle.-t Teg, her Jtonrt  a-ttiumplng for Jny. but po ph-usur-M  and, iilas, so puzzled with the p n.n-r  out of a scrape which uho hm fuiiml j-.������  Utile -difficulty In geW.ng Info th** - -'. <������  Is telgn an. cod tviho the boar rut *'*���������-  can with her cloth.  "llero a nd now," repents hor lafif������  ship, "for I do throw back into your  lordship's teeth \tbe lie"���������reg bows low  to her opponent���������"you gave me whiles,  and affirm;that.for these many years,  or ever you, sir, set eyes upon her,  Lady Peggy Burgoyne's been mine,  heart and 6ouI, sir."  "Zounds, sir!" interrupts Percy hotly, unable.to contain his choler, "to so  defame the noblest lady that ever was  born!"  "I repeat," cries Peggy, glowing with  suppressed delight at her lover's fidelity and eager for as much more as he  may have to vent "Lady Peggy's eyes  are glued fast of this face of mine.  Peggy's hands are my hands. Peggy's  lips are my lips. Peggy's kisses have  ever been my kisses."  At this Sir Percy tears off his coat  waistcoat, cravat, flings them Into the  corner, rolls up his sleeves, while a  confused murmur circulates amid the  gallants.  "Peggy's heart beats ln my breast,"  continues her ladyship, ranting and  swashing up and down the room, upsetting a couple of candles in her, path  and now all unreckin^r of her womanish shoes. "Gentlemen," panting,'smiling, triumphant saluting her companions with her weapon, "Lady Peggy  and I do so adore, love and worship one  another that we are not two, but one!"  "Here and now!" shouts Sir Percy.  "Off with your coat and ruffles, sir, and  choose any two of these gentlemen" to  your seconds, sir.   I'll take who's left!"  Chalmers and Kennaston press forward to Lady Peggy, while his grace  of Escombe and Mr. Wyatt cross to Sir  Percy. '*.���������/'"..*���������  "Lord Kennaston, L pray you pace off  the distance," says Lady Peggy, now  at the top,of her bent and delirious  with joy over Percy's love of Jier, with  no least intention of touching him,  good fencer though she be, and willing  enough���������such a woman- is -she���������to risk  a prick at his'hands for sake 'o.f..the  after salve of; the mighty gratitude; 'and  passion the.minxis,now sure.ofV,.,,"  "Off with'^ouVtrapplrigSi'-'sifl'^cftesi''.  Percy.       "-i'**'**V-' ���������' .'VV ^V*'.'*;*??*���������,%*. h  "That will I not!" cries Peggy, taking  the first position on the 'field of honor  in all the bravery of her Jwin's suit of  2ts."'";'"You>lI^ki'H?iD%ji[i  Sir Robin here my'-. Angers Itch to lose  ten, twenty���������nay, as many pounds as  his skill can rid me of, for such a  pretty play of the steel as his must  argue a lucky throw of the dice."  "Hear, hear, hear!" shout they all,  drinking brimming mugs to the two  who have lately fought ,and settling  themselves at the tables with a rattle  and a rush of laughter and merry humor.  Lady Peggy sits, grating her teeth at  the slit in her white flesh, with her  back to the door, and betwixt the uproar and clinking and sbu filing she  hears footsteps coming u-j> the stalra.  Some intuition bids her be the one to  respond to the rapping tbat presently  Bounds out  "Asking your pardon," murmurs her  ladyship to her companions as she  quits the table.   When, as she opens.  a new caught street  urchin speaks  stairs and is In the midst or the group,  now well on in their cups and more  hilarious than orderly in their conversation.  Peg was not her father's girl for  naught that night. To the tune of  ������300 14s. 6d. was-she the richer, and  rewarded for the many dreary evenings she had spent at Kennaston  a-watchlng her father win and lose,  with the vicar nnd tho bishop when-'  ever the latter came on his visits.  By dint of spilling her'-wlne deftly  under the table she had emptied as  many mugs as the best bibber among  'em, nud nt 4 in' the morning found  herself the Only *me who teas Sober or^  even awake.   **- .       *  >l:'   '  'Twas not* a beautiful .sight thus to  .behold in the pale pink'of the dawn  a doigen or so of merry .gefitlenien  a-sprawllng about on floor, tables, chairs^  ks* ��������� a-snorlng and a-tosslng in tbeir sleep,,  at; but ���������'twas  tbe'fashion of'the times  sharp, witb saucer eyea in peering  the quality: I when, .to be a flne4 gentleman,-one- must  ; "An it^Jepse yer lordships, there's a  be drunk, at the least once.in tha  fine gentleman below a* his name is  twenty-four, hours.,   ,",.���������''  Bir Robin McTart."      ���������< AU save Sir Percy". Alhi&st' at'swords'  Peggy draws in, bangs "fht? door In p.oints. he, .had"''tottedHtiie company  the boy's face, squares a^u\ iind'says: , hours before, a little hr.jhis ,gupsvlbut  "By your leaVe, gentlemen, a most ���������������steady withal, cpurmuring, to himself  particular messenger awaits me be-' as, he fumbled onr the rickety, stalra*  low.'J-For a tew..moments only I crave  your, iridUlgenceVior my absence.   I'll  be with you ihtl^n minutes."   t  ?;No, no, no!" cry they all save De  Bohun/ who is counting his cards, and  Sir Wyatt, Who, exclaims:  "Yes, an it'bo'a messenger on business for a fair iady; no, an it be-otherwise. Gadiooks, Sir Robin, make a  half clean, breast of it. Comes Mercury, from Phyllis or <t������rom a mere  man?".;      -.op -  ' Peg'answers: "I swear, to you, sirs,  I go down on business of the gravest  import to a lady," and makes, for the  door. / .  "Pledge herf,j)ledge her! A jumper,  a bumper!" cry they all in one'*voice,  with much pleasau't������ laughter,  .%  "Here's to Sir Robin's nameless fair!  Zduhdsvbut for so little yeared a, p,er-  ,;Son*ag^..toihave  two  strings tihis  bowl" '*'." ���������   ;. *-.  gray velvets."  -^wzywp;  do't at all, with my clothes on.ready to  -mT~burialrr^aM-I-swear-y.ou-all-wi^h^  my latest bi^atii. Lady Pegg^^pi ���������  lie in the s'q$* coffin when it comes to,  that ceremony."     V^V   jV;  Then, in the��������� smokyitafe from the dying fire and the sloyening-qandlesysl;^,;  in their bottles, mids^toi^lit^*!''  succeeding hush of the. galiants,"soiii*#  with cups, some with cards in their  hands, Peggy and herj/lover salute and  take their standi.% '"'<[ ,:���������'������''��������� f;       ���������!  Says she; "What's "the word, mjr  lord?"       '������������������;.;'  Says he, "If you like,'; let Lord ^en-,  naston shake the dice b^..".^--^^^/^^-'  throw, sir, I'm here, ready food for'  your steel to-flesh In." ���������  "It suits mo well," answers.Peg as  her twin rattles the ivories.' "Here's for  Lndy Peggy!" cries she.       , V.  "Hero's for Lady Poggy Burgoyne!"  shouts ho as Kennaston makes tho  third throw, nnd Chockey, like to  Bwoon and she a stout heart, never-all  or nfenrd of even n churchyard on the  darkest night, shaking like an nspon  leaf, puts foot on the top rung of the  ladder,  and  Peg  nnd  Percy  thrust,  CENTER V.  pJ^-TMcby������.pre .of .a like nature  remmei'i Lady Teggy a������ she  piu^ges^down^the-stairs - and  ^'^seftl^fi^i-^rself by the-  light 0^ tlie lamp of "bis chair a-con-  fronting Sir 'Rofim McTart himself.  "Nay, nay, sir; I am not Kennaston  .,0fk-^g^pJ^",.r*?5*Qondsii Teg, looking  |ravlfand;i''mak'ing .'esteellen^ gliqW' of  her bioodstiiiried,' linen* bound wrist  *.' !,Tis here he dwells, nndR.es I^kj  -*. J ..- ��������� ,     , . V *   1. '  Peg leaning; over the rail, unseen la  the darkness, womanlike to watch lest  he'trrp and fall, heard bin!:  " 'Sdeath! A������ ..what that popinjay  say be true, I'U marry Lndy Diana out  of hand, and show the minx I'm not to  be cut out of a wife by such a fl?a-,  bitten rptten rod as Sir Robin McTart!" J, -   ^  "So easy taken, tbpn,i&-tm*y-loss!" 'says  Peggy, with a renewed flro of jealousy  burning at her heart as she returns to  the scene of her winnings.  Sick at heart, for g- Single Instant she"  surveys the room, and thon,' finger oh  lip, it does not"take her*-k>ng' to, signal'  up to Chockey, motion her down^jy.ith  the calfskin box, aud to begin, with  Shamed face, in the darkest corner to  strip off her man's attire.   '   '���������'������������������ ���������>'  Lady Peggy-has laid aside tt^e yellow'  wig; Chockey, .weeping, praying that  they may get a,way in 'safety. Js spreading out the Levantine fit tor. her mistress to jump intorlt,!wljen for .the sec,--  oral time within 'the "tiValVd hours her  laqysfiip's Jieart stands .j^lf"to the feat-  "teyandlhumpToflo^ts't'epi^elliiilai'ng the'  lastqight. ,'"'v    , ' x't'.   " :  "HoW*#jiock!" cries'she, clapping on  the wigr "Jyfffldle^'up'my duds.tWj/W  tight; so>; give mo j(t; pick up the box,"  put on '^our cloak, and bonnet and a  .      .        .    .- -������_     rl._     ,~-       .       .      .  \vell  la^  \^y reputation, you.aiijp |i .peacfifttt*.'.* >  ,-abid'iXib mani'j J'd^oi^sel' yb'iSf.^J  bold fa<?e; Cb1lb\������ a^Llape nie..' An you  love me;';Cboek?(iii?I3fi'frust, thrust, .too;  ,an I knock'em-'doWp.rtollow'.suit- \]'^  ipnor  tb^an  beM.c������i*ght  ii".:;  die, v���������"Chock,;  ^|Sg"such^-bWlSr|^ Jra?.'iTwJth.j4hteh my' Lnd^,-Pe������'' fiuhg  throats,   cutpurse   brawft$rtA; ^IrT   a> ' "   ' ��������� ^-'     -'  :Wpuld ,;not. leave, a fnrtiif  pocket dl* lftc^;u|jOn your|t^.^��������� .    .   ,vv>  Sir Itbbi'n,' as   her   WM&$$^^  shrewdly   guessed,   drew'  %������##fSfco ^trugglal  ������nd,,.^uck  out- and,'  shivered at Wg. lively dawrli)a^.x;'v^.0ppja tMts,^d flo^crs,pi)d frraoa'  ,,    .,,   ...... _���������.. u   ���������, ^^f4hd y^finv? In'to.yie i-pl^clld t'wchks  vdlcesinks; o^a mere wWe-4 "J-JJ^nfl plpchos ivhlcli 'ftp',lusty dhofck0y-  Lady Peggy's best friend ithdineighbbr   ,,_���������,/ ,"���������������_'������������������ ���������*..- _:3..*-..,v i��������� ^..-.-i *   . ,���������  -and neateri, tor he-'-r- ,,'  *v,i;heard him," finishes Peg. stepping  nearer to the chair. "And I assure you.  maMam, I put the varlet who attacked  him to Ids -pace; with a prick. If I can  serve you further, command me."  As my lady bbws low .she is conscious that it no\v behooves her to  'State concisely ber-name nnd station,  and, loathing and hating the deception  more than she could express, she still  adds (her 'motive not unmixed with  the natural curiosity to discover wbo  ���������is the object of Lady Diana's morning  call):, ..     ,   .   *.  "Sir .Robin McTart of Robinswold.  Kent at your ladyship's service.'' r  Dianlp \bows, blushes,, almost ogleo,,  minx 'that 'she' is,, noting tfell {he tyia  eyes and beautiful mouth of tlie gallant, at -her.*?ide'. i:  ^        ���������< \' * '���������  .^La'dy ' riiitna 'fveston. Sir - Robin,'- ,  dnugh'fer to Yhe Efarl of Brookwood, at'-'  ' your service/.'' ,  ^eg-bows, hat In hnnd. bundle under ,������  arm.   Swift "as1 youth's impulse ever la. '  saya she, taking llghtnlng^lke" measure ,. t  of her.Cbance ftnd;determlned to probe'' ^  tmatters {to thejr core:      ^  , .)��������� ,*?  "Ybul- ladysjilffe name" was on the   >;  'llps'nbove,'.'''biding up at KennastOfi'aV '  windows.   "I !dri"ink the toast with^ jr-.  will, I do assure you. and would double  it now.   Sureljf, Jf you'll allow me to  say so. Sir Jj'erey de Bohun's a gentle-  man"6f a rare good taste, likewise' Lorjl''  KennastAh, Sir Wyatt Lovell. half 'a  dozen ..lnoreJa-pledglng your ladyship  to tbe tune of nonpareil all the night  IPflS"     -  "You fatter, sih I do protest!" cried  the'lady in th,e chair, blushing like the  reddest rose1-t:haf grows, but who might  s'a'y t for whose sake,  since   Peg  had ���������  named'so many?  , "Oh, ,sir,"  Lady  Diana's voice now  loworc'd.'   "Your countenance is one to  >w^  inspire confidence.    I pray .you jud^a11'  me nof harshly ir I ve^i^to'Inquli^  *6ince you .wt^-e of the^fep't^any, how  fares-ppdr" Sir rercj^ fgrdpouun?   Tba  fruits rand flowers ^,1 fetched were for  him. .since i' am-'Informed  he pines,  oats'.nothing, droops.1 liiopes and  ho  loiSgf?r is "to be enticed among the fair.  ^'Can.'.yo-U 'give me news of him���������o^ of���������  ,Lor;dJ;Ii'i][Jlnftston'?" adds Lady -bi^na,  willi.^ ,And ]with! another; fmacnilic'ent  a6,ge^s"ipn;.q^>color.   TluiS" did Slyboots  ^pi^sfci^AquiryvIon -that- lame_horse  _  v whicb^ls'l'iiateed'. Subterfuge.  ' Aj$t ^adami that can  I.    'Tis as  yqu S'a^i btut as you yourself. If Report    *y~  ispe^lt^true," be*the cnuse of his dls-   ,''^  temper,-  taolhlnks  you   should   know      "  how to effect the cure.    1 iJe'o your "*^  ladyship's man returning.   There is no  (xo,or'e danger.   I take my leave of yox\*i  madam," hand, to h'earf, bundle sticking out under oihdr nrrii. ,,',' 11 K to  mo* one pf ;tl;e l^nost fortunate cliahijes      '  of Hfev-to bqve had this < encounter,"  bending 'sweet eyes, which DInna re-  tu^s-'wlth a will.; "Fear nothing. The   (  IV*  Jlfl.  "A touch, a hit I"  hingo, withdraw, riposte, hither, yon,  keen eyed, pitched to highest notp,  uorvos strung to cracking just for a  fow socoihIh, shorter time u u lunea to  ���������ei it dowu tar. -���������*,  "A touch, a lilt!" cry all at onco h*  a spurt of blood spurts up the supposed  Sir Robin's blado, nnd Porcy bows, do*  clni-lncf hluisolf <iullo sutlulled, as ho  nniHt, though 'tis n atnto of mind ties  vory ronioto from enjoying.  My Lndy Poggy winces under hor  wound, but sho has not boon Konnns-  ton'fl playfellow for nought, and ns  ugly pricks as this ono hnve been bor  portion in tlio puat. Cbockey never-  thcleaa from ln'r nost pnles and jattors  n i^nioilici'i'd ulii'lojf which la tjuilw lout  In tho hitid talking that follows, while  VhuliiifiH wludN tho kerchjef Bir Percy  U'udan nbuut the wrist of, the wounded.  "N'nw to tho enrda, gentlemen!" crlea  IU mice of Escombo, pulling out i������������  tint ������. "To t-ucb a tmHant ns itir friend  at home. Mwotild 'be her will, an she  stood here, that jyou should not adventure your preclous'ilfe iii'tho unseemly  crowd j with which Ivor brother hath  soon fit to surround' lflraseif."  "Lud, Sir! Who are; you," chatters  Sir. Robli\, trembling betwixt delight  nnd terror, "thnt knows <so well-' the  temper of Lndy Poggy Burgoyne's dls-  position?   What's your namo, sir?"  '"No matter for my,namo, sir. I have  Lndy Peggy's be'sHiitOrests nt heart,  and yours. ���������l3h|p'bnde me, did eyor.I  encounter you iii'evil neighborhood,  tell you for ho)������*������nke cschow It -JInrk  ye, Sir Robin, out of this holo ns, fast'  as your men's logs can carry you,  'AtyYe. yondor ls oue^wbp's.sworn to,  wmyo.u.*; ��������� : *...     1!; ; ,;���������-:;���������'.:..���������, '1  "Who's bor' aemantfs,.Slr. ^obtnt,eno/  foot pow tn his sedan, his llttlo eyes'  twinkling both w^jis with fright  "Sir Porcy do Botmn," replies Teg  In a hollow.-wWsner. "Look you, sir,"  showlrtg her bloody wrist; "tboro's a  tasto ef liW ^liilllty, I wnrn you-'tls  from Poggy's own solf-got bnck to  Kont, whonc/o you enmo, nnd tarry not,  for your life's nt yondor dosperndo's  mercy While you linger up in town."  "Is my Lndy Toggy roturned to Kont  to lier godmother?" qunvors Sir Robin,  now well Inside his chair,  "Nny, sir. As her brother supposes,  ���������no's nt homo nt Konnnston."  "I'll sook lier thoro!" crloa Sir Robin,  tendering his hand. "And, sir, my  humble duty and grntltudo to you for  your ndmlrnble condescension. I would  ��������� I knew your jiniue.������nu *������l������U������u."  "i'm up hi tow'u'lncogullo, sir, fer n  lady's sake," smiles tho. minx.  "When I return, air, I'll sook you cut  at White's or Will's. I dare bo a*oro  so line a gentleman must needs be a'  buck at the oral oidur." ,  "Sook me, sir, and godspeed you  down to Kennaston or Kont"  At tho word Sir Robin In his chair  sets forth n-swlnglng round tho corner,  light of honrt nnd bright of hopo, while  the subject nnd object of bla thoughts  and pnsslon stands for a moment loan-  liu, ftJuldug, betwixt laughter snd  tears, against the door frnmo.  My Lady Posy's flrst Impulse Is to  cut and run. Indeed lior slim legs are  so stretched to begin, whon the reniem-  bra m-o of poor Chock In her garret  ������������������iijio com*-* iu Uer mlud, nnd, v.'ttU 9  crlmnco. she t������Tis In. Jumns op tbf  ���������.one on a Bicit cnu irom my goumoiu-  r. 'Lud, It's lies,,-ill, tbo, way to bo-  iff'iCwatf, '.I'A'hot; walk'%ltb yob,  iBs,���������'/Tls';,nbt.'SiJotoVrnn^'wlje^I reucb'  .dealt him'on his arms"and logs and,  falling' headlong on , the' lower *stnlfs,  darted up the street crjdng ."Watchr?;  int-tlietop oTtbls lungs, no'iv getting, apy  a'nawor,' tot "��������� Watch!' 'was'isn'oWngvin  the tavern and",the,-,fu^;'ao\Yi;,:sbInlng,!  broad.v ...v .���������������������������.-.���������v.���������;���������:'���������   -y.i  ..���������.������������������.".���������.,���������������������������.���������' ; ,  "Chook," snid bprVrnJstress; "go you"  tin before me.^o the ?ing',s Arms,'whero"  wo alighted, engngp tlio 'seats''In the'  coach and, hark .ye}'eiifla;ti'fi aught'be-  tldo X'come not got ybu:bpm,e: >vithq*jt  me And ten bis'. lordsbJf) I'm, gono to  Kent oil a sick call from my godmother,  ing  laasv..; _-������������������... , ,- ....  tbe ^nif'Ptt-prbtend'JI .know frou not,  blro/'d-'-room, chnngo my clothes and  sllp;idowntoyoi| uhsopn 11! I cnn,(|N;ow������  off with.yojutapickly, for t aoh*?"tq"fb{f-.  low,i Would to God I could,doff those  gnwonts nnd Into my pettlob'tftaagainI".  nddod Iihdy' WgQf hioCnll^-' glanclnf  at hor^hdstlly.tWd upbuudlo.and nt the  lamo moment With ,tbo���������, broad of lier  fi^ord pushing Chock into'iiio stroot  wltli a will, that sont bor a-splnrilhg on  hor wny.   '' ���������    ���������    ���������       ... -  Indifferent, thon, as though the.outgo.  Ing dnuiHol woro no 0011001**3 of hers,  presently, with; a swagger, yet 111 con-  conllng thofhnxloty ahq felt nfrosh as  now sobs and fomnlo voices assailed  her oars, tho mock Sir Robin MoTurt  emerged upon.the street   ;   *'  Thoro hultod a chnlf botwebn tha  posts, In tho cbnlr snt Lndy Dlnna  Weston nccorapnnlcd, by her woman.  Roth wont and tremblod, whllo still  nfnr tho stout lungs of the terrified  giant shouted:  ' "Watchl"  Peg stood still and stared. All tbe  Jealous blood In her burned In her  eheeks. Lndy Dlnna here! And whoro-  fore, and at such an untoward hour?-  vcll displaced, eyes red, but still most  undeniably hnndsomo-nny, beautiful. ���������  "Oh, sir!" cried Lady Dlnna beseechingly, rnlslng two Imploring hnnds out-  tide the chnlr door toward Lndy Peggy,  "l prt-.y of your honor," whimpered  the nblgnll In conctrt  "I Implore your protection, air, aa  you are a gentleman and mnn of honor, as your mien disposes mo. I enmo  hero but noiv nnd sent my foot mnn up  to the rooms of a���������a frlond, who Is III.  ���������ir. with a token of regard in the shape  of fruit nnd tlowera, when t|t������ unto  must bave been set upon bjr thtoves  1 -���������  -'v-A".-  "// / can tirva"ijoxl /urt/icr, command  we."  cuttlirpnts have long since made oil  by a roar nlloy. The shbuter is doubt*-  less cro this at his oovoi*. Did you  need'my .further protection 'twould b������  yours."      '"0  ���������"t'rom my honrt, sir, 1 thank you,"  cries Lndy Dlnna very sweetly. "May  wo moot ngn|n, and soon!"  Peggy, bowing, walks quickly off, her  pretty teeth gritted together,  "Mny wo moot again! Neverl Fruits  nnd flowers, forsooth! Pines nnd droops,  forsoothj 'Sll.fo, nnd how tho minx reddened nt his -nnmel. A-soolclng oftolih  out like thnt at cockcrow too!  Lud, an  UH'-SI* 00 lO-Hl iU������Mi������-ll������ iiod uonu'io,  I'll  he alua lo iivl hosucl No; I won't! Nn;  I woa'tl" apake out Lndy Poggy's heart  fit to burst bonds. "Percy's here, ond  my soul's bare, and 'tain't no use to  talk about huvlng a spirit and n-stop-  piug lov-.-iK vvuuu you,tuuW. tuvv.U' i'ua  can't do It!"    *  Poggy, recking not of ber path, eyes  glued to ground, pnoed on, having forgotten tho whole world else In the m'*-  cry of hor discovery of Lady Dlauu's  pni-wton for Sfr Percy.  There woro few nbrond nt that early  l.uur some uiarlu't wa^on.'i Untiring to  the city, nn oeciiHionul eliuiiol full of  gnll.-ints petting li<nri*������ after the nlglifa  frolic, nnd Just now nt tlie cro** of two  strfcf* n hnndaorne conch thrown opon  windowed, with u wcntJi'man the very  (���������iuL uud nmld uf ull ck'uaucc lolling  back amid tbe cu-'Ulona. &  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  CUMBERLAND,'B.C.  ammmsassssimmB^aataaaaesasammmmmm  ������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������������������������� v-w- - - *<r "**��������������������������� ���������������������������  J WESTERN  CANADIAN  EDITORS ���������  $ A Series of Articles Describing %  ��������� their Lives, their Alms and      j  ��������� Their Influence. ���������  28.  ���������  :  t    ,    j. j. Mcculloch.        ���������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������?  Using has greatly increased and the;  paper itself is now known as one of  the strongest and most reliable Conservative journals in central Manitoba.  In addition to his ability as a scrbe  Mr. McCulloch is also a most capable j  musician, an accomplishment which  adds to his popularity from both a  social and business standpoint. He  is still a bachelor and resides with his  parents in Portage.  Worry wont euro a cough. When  you find a cough holding on���������  when everything else bas failed--  tiy  Shiloh's  Consumption  Cure  The Lung  Tonic  j. j. Mcculloch.  Editor  and   Proprietor  of the  Semi-  Weekly News, Portage la Prairie.  It is guaranteed to cure.   If it  doesn't, we'll refund your money.  Prices: S. C. Wells & Co. 304  25o.50c. $1.  LeRoy.N.Y.,Toronto,Can.  DON'T THROW AWAY MONEY  On en stern and southern nursery stf-ck tlint  will kijl the ^rst winter, but send a post card  for our catttloBBe of trees that will grow in  Manitoba and the Territories. Apples, crabs,  plums, small fruits, ornamentel trees and  shrubs, perrenial plants, etc,  BUCHAKNAN'S NUR3ERIES,  ST. CHARLKS, MANITOBA.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Askem���������What's your dog's name,  Mister Nosegrind? Millionaire Nose-  grind���������I call him Wages. "That's a  tunny name. * Why do you call him  that?" "Well, he was a mighty delicate pup, and I, had a lot of trouble  raising him."  It cannot be truthfully said of many  of our Manitoba editors that they are  natives of the prairie province, but in  the case of J. J. McCulloch, editor and  proprietor of the Semi-Weekly News,  of Portage la Prairie, this is the flrst  point that will be conceited in his  fayor. It is assuredly an. advantage to  a man whose duty it is to point out  the requirements of a great and growing country and to be thoroughly post-  ^"rant������^HaTrarcteristicsrto'have--beeh-  born and bred in the land. More than  that Mr. McCuWpch was born in the  town of Portage Nla Prairie, where today he is a man of importance, as one  of the moulders of public opinion  through the medium of the News.  J. J. or "Jake" as he is familiarly  called, by his friends, was born In February, 1879. His father was an extensive farmer close to the town and the  subject of this sketch secured his educational training in the public schools  and collegiate, institute of Portage la  Prairie. Immediately after completing his education he learned the art of  "type sticking" In the old Manitoba  Liberal office ln Portage, where he received a thorough course as a practical  printer, serving seven years on the  staff, the last three of which he was in  the capacity of foreman.  In 1903 when C. D. McPherson amalgamated the Graphic and Liberal in  Portage, Mr. McCulloch entered Into  partnership with hira and assumed the  business management of the Dally  Graphic and Weekly Liberal, which  position he successfully filled up to  June last, at which time he purchased  the News, the Conservative paper in  that town, and took upon himself the  editorship and ' management. The  News had been conducted for a time  ftB a dally and weekly, hut with his  thorough knowledge of the printing  business from a practical printer's  standpoint, Mr, McCulloch decided on  a semi-weekly publication and at once  inaugurated It,  Mr. McCulloch is perhapa the youngest editor in the province, 'hut the oldj  saying, "young ln years, yet ln experience old," Is certainly applicable ia1  his case. He has beon successful in  his undertakings in tho nowspaper  business, and his abilities in that cal  pacity are widely known. Since the  present proprietor acquired control of  the News, Us Job printing and adver-  Many inherit weak lungs, and as disease usually assails the weakest point,  these persons are continually exposed  to attacks of cold and pulmonary disturbances. The speedy use of Bickle's  Anti Consumptive Syrup will be found  a preventive and a protection, strengthening the organs so tha c they are not  so liable to derangement from exposure or abrupt atmospheric changes.  Bickle's Syrup is cheap: and good.  Gerald Lowther, the brother of the  Earl of Lonsdale, who Is to marry Miss  Alice Blight, an American girl, was  some years ago connected with the  British Embassy in Washington. Mr.  Lowther has travelled over America  very thoroughly, and in London he is  noted for his knowledge of American  manners and customs. At a London  dinner party the restaurant waiter  was being discussed and Mr. Lowther  said:���������"You should see the woolly  waiter of the west, the waiter of Dead  Gulch, of Busted Boom, of Snake, and  of a hundred other American mining  towns. "The woolly waiter serves  you In his shirt sleeves, with a cigar  in his mouth. One day an Englishman  ordered quail of such a person.  "Quail?" said the waiter. 'All right,  friend, quail it is. Quail goes.* "And  he disappeared In the kitchen and in  a moment returned with a dish of pig's  feet. '"What's this?' said the Englishman, 'I ordered quail.' "'Well,' said  the waiter, 'you've got quail.' . " 'But  quail's a bird!' the Englishman exclaimed. "The barel of the waiter's  revolver gleamed as he said In a low,  tense voice: "Not here."  DROWSINESS AFTER MEALS  A Persistent Symptom of Nervous Dyspepsia���������Cure  is Obtain ed by Use of  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD.  A Veteran's 8tor .-(ieorgs jLewls, or Khiimo  Kin, Pr., writes: T'l am eighty years of ayo. 1 hiiye  been troubled with outnrrh for fifty yearn, nnd io my  time hnve iiseil u great many eatm-i-h cures, but iiovur  had any relief until I used Dr; Agnew's Caturrtm)  Powder.   One box cured me Completely   KOceuu   'if  At last the telephone girl condecend-  ed to answer. "What's that sir," she  exclaimed. "Are you swearing?".  "Not audibly, miss," said the man at  the other end of he wir; "but I confess that as a long distance mind-reader you are an expert," <  Mfnardls Liniment for sale everywhere  Regina's future foretold in 1882���������  Young Man,���������"I've bin west fur twenty eight years"���������(louder)���������"I saw Chicago riz"���������(louder)���������"I saw Minneap-  ols riz"���������(louder)���������"I saw St. Paul  riz"���������(howling)���������"I saw the day I  could have bought the whole of Omaha fur fifty dollars, and now by japers  they are getting five hundred dollars a  fut fur it, and it,will be the same with  this city in twenty-five years."  He ��������� I'd like to take your photograph, Edie. Really; youre sweelj  enough to eat! She���������I see���������and that's  why you want to me on a plate.  Helpless a������ a Baby.-South American ftheo-  matto Cure strikes tha root of the ailment and  rtrikes it quick. R. W. Wright, 10 Daniel ������treot,  Brockville, Ont., for twelve yean a great sufferer  from rheumatism, couldn't wash himself; feed him>  self or dross hlmnelt. After using fix bottles was  able to go to work, and say*' "I think pain, ba* left  me forever.'**-26,  Miss1 Gettlngton���������Mr. Batchleigh,  tell me���������why did you never marry?  Mr. Batchleigh���������Well, madam, I kept  a parrot for six weeks once ,||ify to  see how it would be. I decidedj^phld  never stand it. .v''1!-;'^1  Her Heart Like a Polluted Spr'ng.-Mt*.  James 8rlgler, Felee Inland, One xays: I was for  fire years alBioted with dyspepsia, constipation, heart  disease nnd nervous prostration. I curod the heart  trouble with Dr. Agnew's Oure for the Tleart, and the  other ailments vanished like mist. Had relief in  half an hour after tho first dose." -27  He (fervently)���������I would go through  anything for you. She (sweetly)���������  -Welli-letSTbegln-with-your-bank-book.  The Most Popular Pill.���������The pill is  the most popular of all forms of medicine, and of pills the most popular are  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, because  they do what it is asserted they can  do, and are not put forward on any  fictitious claims to excellence. They  are compact and portable, they are  easily taken, they do not nauseate nor  gripe, and they give relief in the most  stubborn cases.  A young theologian named Piddle  Refused to accept his degree;  "For," said he, "'tis enough to be Fid-  die,  Without being Flddle-D-D."  Here Is a new Mark Twain story, or  rather an old one recently come to  light. Some years ago the famous  humorist asked a neighbor if he might  read a set Of-;his books. The neighbor  replied >ud������ra$6usly that he was welcome to rea'djiliem in his library, bull  .,.,:.    *    *     .       ���������������������������0..''ti'-~'-l,.       ���������  Many a sufferer from chronic dyspepsia dates his ailment from the time  he began  to feel  "drowsiness  after  meals."  The blood is weak, and there is not  sufficient nerve force to carry on the  work of digestion and supply" the vital  force required for mental and physical activity.  Headache, dizzy spells, defective  memory, Inability to concentrate the  mind, brain fag, irritability of temper,  nervousness and sleeplessness are the  resulting symptoms.  Owing to defective digestion the  body is not deriving proper nourishment from the food, and some other  method of obtaining strength must be  employed.  In Dr. Chase's Nerve Food the most  effective of blood-building and nerve-  restoring elements of nature are contained in condensed form so as to be  easily taken into the blood.  Under this treatment you soon find  that the appetite is sharpened, digestion improved, and the vitality of mind  and body greatly increased.  it takes time to thoroughly cure dyspepsia and its accompanying symptoms, but you can be certain that each  dose of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is of  some benefit to you, and that the curt  will be complete and lasting, i  Mr. J. A. Glbbs, 86 Tom street, Hamilton, Ont, writes:���������"My principal  trouble was indigestion, and as a result my appetite was poor and I was  quite nervous. Frequently In the  morning severe dizzy spells would  come over me and in many ways I felt  that I was not at all well. Thg use of  Dr. Chase's Nerve F^pod has changed  all this and my digestion is now such  that I can eat almost anything. My-  appetite is good, my nervous system  seems to be stronger and I do not  know what it is to have the spells of  weakness and dizziness come over me.  I can strongly recommend Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents a  box at all dealers,.or Edmanson, Bates  & Company, Toronto. Portrait;and  signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous receipt book author, are on every  box. v        s ';  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E. BUDDY'S -  BUILDING PAPER  It Retolm Ktat *mA K������tpi ������**** CtU.  Writ* ter l-utyi-Bt Mi Prlaait  TEES * PERSSE, Limited., Agents. Winnipeg.  ?  Want your nousteche or beard  iteaotUUferowa er rich Mack? Use  Wake up your liver. Cure  your constipation. Get rid  of your biliousness. Sold  for 60 years.      ������&**���������������������������:  f~if*k������������������*'��������� m~m~M������>r''atar~m~~~Ma~em''m'm*a. ^fe'tt m mm  BUCKINGHAM'S DYE  imfm iii MimiiMmi i ���������mim swt_������������������  he had a rule never to let a book leave, glad to loan you my lawn mower," said'  the house.  Some weeks later the same, Mark Twain, "but since I make it a  neighbor sent over to ask for the loan  of his lawn mower.   "I should be very  rule never to let it leave my lawn, you  will be obliged to use it there."  Ayer's  Your doctor will tell you that  thin, pale, weak, nervous children become strong and well  by taking Ayer'a Sariaparilla.  Small doses, for a ftw days.  Sarsaparilla  The change Is very prompt  and very mtrM, Ask your  doctor why it Is. He has our  formula and will explain,  i-IWM  -*W*m������,11 .jmn.tM, tm ammjaa -~  MttkMRht I mum **���������������X_tmvi*aH tWaXAett*.  liiM" ������ ww wMk������, t\f.t-t UtufotXlia eate.  ���������towr, mtmfrne ta h������Hw.jr .   . ��������� .  '      MM, B. f VOKMNtSa, TlMlMl, W, 1.  mmwmmmmmmaam f Of mmtmmmmmmm  Signals of Danger.���������Have you lost  your appetite? Have you a coated  tongue^.*, Have you an unpleasant taste  ln tfcts;jttQ)jth?' Does your head ache  i\pd liw'./od dizziness? If so, your  stomach is out of order and you need  mediclno. ��������� But you do not like modlclne, He that prefers sickness tol  medicine must suffer but under the|  circumstances tho wise man would  procure a box of Parmoloe'a Vegetable  Pills and speedily get himself la health  and srlvo to koep so.  Mrs. Younglove���������Our cook says  those eggs you sent yesterday were  ancient, Grocer���������Very sorry ma'm.  Thoy woro the best wo could get, You  seo all the young chickens were killed  off for the holiday trade, so the olu.  hens are the only ones left to do thoH  layln'. Mrs. Younglove���������Oh, to be  sure. Of course, I hadn't thought of  that.  Under th* N������rv9 l.MH--TJ������������ *���������>?"" ���������"j! **���������*���������**������������������  mint of tht fletlmof Mrmm piwtr������tlon,tn<* n.r-  jwt-htlwt  wp tttt fo(ir y������u* ���������  yOTi'd~.l������Jm--.h(>>>'iii������wi:rli  Sim Im  tIm -wotkod a binwlt, u  "���������IB  of thwi������.i-i������fi-ntl������M t<m.  a  it South Amorliinh N.r.  it dootor oonflrmadli  V  The Woman who Would  Tht Grocer who wouldn't.  BHJB  \  V   *  .   ^ian6gf,oonstlpation pr������MNit rw  wry. Cu^th������Mw������thA%7JWi#  CuMJulci���������Vuu   hutti   btiOU   UIO   put  the marked shilling Jn lhls hat, I now  ask our frlond ovor thore with tho rod  noso to fish it out of hli pocket. Our J  friend (rising)���������I didn't know you  wanted the whole shilling back. After  you handed It to mo fhl* Tnnrnlnt������ T hnd  to use a sixpence, but hero's tbe  j change.  meammmmm*mmmmmmwmammmmmmmm  A Mediclno Cheat ln Itself,���������Only  the well-to-do can afford to possess a  medicine cheat, but Dr, Thomas' Be  lectric Oil, which is a medicine chest  In itself being a remedy for rhouma  tism, lumbago, sore throat, colda,  coughs, catarrh, asthma and a potent  healer for wounds, cuts, bruises,  sprains, etc., It within the reach of the  poorest, owing to ita cheapness. It  abould be in every home.  Every day from five to fifteen letters are received by  The Ogilvie Flour Milli Co. from women living in the  smaller towns throughout Canada, saying they have asked  their grocer for Royal Household Flour but can't get it1  One writes���������"I told my grocer, Mr.���������, that I would buy  'Royal Household1 regularly if he would always keep it  on hand, but he said he wouldn't take on another brand of  flour until he was obliged to." Another says���������"My grocer  is an 'old fogie' and never gets the newest or the best  things until the year after." A third says���������"We hav^a't  an enterprising grocer in our town and are obliged to ^d  to������������������for 'Royal Household* or take a poorer flour."  ���������fa  ���������I  X  Write diretf to Ogilvie's. {  ... -\  <H>  If you can't get "Royal Household" from your grocer/ y  write to us direct���������we will immediately give you the name  of the nearest grocer who keeps "Royal Household" and .  send you also the "Royal Household" recipes.   There is no'  good reason why your grocer should compel you to use  inferior flour���������no first class grocer will hesitate to order  "Royal Household,rTor you, and even the smallest dealer ,  will get it if you insist upon it ,M;':  TOE OdlLVIE FLOUR MILLS CO., LIMITED, MONTREAL.^'  *&3*l  f  ���������*.-f  PAGE LAWN FENCE  9 UdMtmotlW* noMlaeme, Tevtea*.   0*ly SS eean* pet runlai te*U        * - ;  flapplUd by M er IomI <i������������l������r. HI  THI PAGE WIRK FCNCt CO. LIMITED,   Wiik.rvlll.,  Tffwrtt,   Uantrtai   Wleotee.,   tlJeeet. .. ^i ,-tw - i... 4.":.'-'. ii xrrrarn;  fcSUKg-eHir-ivft,  ''No." said the Widow Rak^leigh,  "I didn't altogether like the minister's  sermon over poor .lohn."  "Why, 1 thought it quire sympathetic," said her friend.  "Well,  I  didn't  like his pronunoia  tion when he said John had uotn* -to  that uudiseovcred couuiry Horn whose  "hum" no traveler cft-arM-".'"  *M(/^r-  lNTERKSTLXG  1 ~ ��������� v^^-retM*'^'**^^  ��������� INSTRUCTIVE  i  Dry air is light��������� it lifts and  parries dust. Pry air cracks your  furniture, gives you a headache,  Shrivel-; your skip., patches your  Jungs.  The waterrpan in most furnaces is a pleasantry. It has  no serious business in the work of the furnaces-it is merely  pia^4 j#iere for effect, because a water-pan is a good thing.  And a water-pan }s ap absolute necessity to your health  ap4 icpjjifort, b.]ut it must be properly placed  tp   radjate  ijjflisture eyeqly and wjiformly throughout the house.  tt    The water-pan of the .Sunshine Furnace is the most  scientifically arranged waterrpan in any furnace in the world.  It does the work a water-pan should, and dogs Jt well.  Proof    Hr-t-f-ntnittlrp.  A Mohawk viiiii'v jn.-t '*!,��������� .t ' !ip peiwo  Invariably m\\o pitixi^yin im .uv j>i:n!������  tiff in I'iyit suits i*efi.*iy- hut. wiitcm*  hearing rho di'tViuSatii.. san-iien-*! um  unt'ortiiimle liiiKttnl wilt). "\<'Ji. mu i  tinks lie nue you lot il yop dom u>yi  biuiV"  CU  (.TV i\  BLOSSOM  'A* 1.Ml N A Al -1   CiiiAK  1-KOM   THI---  Cuban Gig?r Factory  "C  Iter MoiIht'-? -I'lnit*.  Mrs. Rctiliiiin ^nii ilniii si'i"tno bi  very glnd lint ino'tln'i is 'in !������������������  Benliiun What did yjjy j.-.\Licet me .u.  do���������die of joy'/  M.  J- BOOTH, 'frropmu-r,  .SaNai.mo, U.O.     ,   '  BTROIT --.  COritTEXA-Y,  BC,  rpiwroiD.  McCIaryfc  *kMt������MI, TORONTO MONTREAL, WIHNIPEO, VANCOUVER, ST.JOHN. N.R.  IIU   l.ol   Vol   ������   ft nam   Ono.  First Uontiilstniiii Vasey. iimt tvnv,  poliivenian is alwus err-ai-ind whin Hint*-'  is tinny ili'rouhlo;  Second   Uoiitids,itiiin--{'''aith.  lie's on  lui'Ky!  S->c������-**.-������ n  Olsnilvnninwo  In  It.  "You ought lo tie ii gnoil i.iiy "  "Yos  lint if I wits n t-iinil lioy peopl?  would n't sny how brij-sU. I uui."--lnd>  ���������iiuinoiis News.  nRKl'VDF.R  of llolstcin Cattle, Clie---  lei* ,\VI;iie.rigs.,   H.uied Plymouth  Rock.-, &e..  ORRECT- ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT.'^  A '"Monthly Mauazink  Devoted to thk  "    ,. Usk ol- Kmiltsh.  ..Ios-ki'iuse Tnuojc IJAKKR, Editor,  Partial Conten s for this Monti},  Cu.iir.-i.*'ni,K.i������li>lrt'. r ilia Beginner.."  v.'.'.i.im- i*  ti .^.hitii t������>r tlii   ^dv ci,o.d Pupil,  I I.i -a in iuurt-UM Ouc'x V octabiilary.  llie A-ii'i Uoii\-.r.-iiii->u.  S ������������������������������������..I-i mm Would:    II.iw tu Una thnn.  Pm. I'l'itiutioiii* .((Joutury Didtiouary),  ('"Ht-i'l Kii^Iij-Ii .11 Cue   lillllW. ,  (J it* cc ti glbli in tre S.'li'Mil,  Wiirii -,i. Nmy and Wlmi Not io Say.  r-nir.s** m Hun. r-Wi-itnm  ami '''nictuation,  Al(j.*inl)'  ���������<��������� I st. ������.f Aiiht'i vintiojifl,  Hu  Ml**'***-   tii'gl'ftli for lll>-   hu. lu������6S M^u,  C'-ii*: nuuii vv'oiiir    How t.o Write*Them.  much,o in ltjugli-,'11 Literature,' ;  $1 a Year.   Send 10c ftir ������ample copy  ['(MiKECTKM^Linf, Eyanstpn, III,  . irnw-iii-|TinnTinni-iw--i wm  ���������+T-  1MPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRTCKS.  ���������ja&r^rt i ���������11 ���������,' rmstasny^aaacxrv t*r*o m -nt wn-ai-t-c mm*v**M*,+'mAt. .iHUMMtw  KOI'KIR,  ce   fo  ii f( | iv    -.*] o  TEWDEBS.        j  R9 Mortgiige Sulo of Property-  he rein after mentioned;  ..TKM-'MI-iS will. h������' reooivi-.i hv the under-  siujf.l .i |������  V. oii������ ..'clock pm , Satmday,  KU.'.(j.iv  Htb,   i!)05, *l.,r  U,o  uuruhawj ������f  f   NTorih We������-   quarter of  h >lf; of   iha  llll'   Wot.   hail  S'.^tion   Ton,  Sollili \V  s:  T I ce   lo ii f< ur   ���������] o ] i 1 lie! ji : vS..k-tii.n  Ton.  a'ul the  \V, s    h-If; of   iha  or. ���������nnd iifltM- J.-,ini;itv 1st, 11)0-4. my ' "?'"'', 'VTs! <l������!l,'tpr ������>f Semion Seventeen,  b������u,T will hP.ttifiiy cu.h, i, ;���������: ^^:,^Xnv^r'-local,y  <l.(.||:.; I (���������;������������������.fiiw lliy P.-tlroiiK hetlcr j <Tho un,i���������signed does not bind himself to  Q? HI:    T-A^BIELL,    SOLE AGENT.  wfwtsywrg  professor puxloy. t>r. Wfiylnnd |S^-  p|af������������c|, was pnpe sjttjng nt ^jnnej-'ene-  **lde't| lady whp |q impassiqnecl ^qnog  {isked iilo-l wU^iiier'tiP <Jif*l hot tUit^U If.  ^ very prr-lbl? tlJl'lK tliaj the llov. Mr,  Iqneig. (Hip vipir,' ^liquid hnve iidoptpd  \l\o -iii-^iivard position In ijdiii|nistci'iiig  \ho 9iicrtitn������nt. "iiiy deny lafiy." hf. re,  d\rd. "] nm tipld by S^r-jps]\n -Bor^cho\  hut fp drop ������ pea at tiUMUiii of every  ^j.lp ofa y^yiigis on .u *liij|itli's-s <M;"!^  o \he. dlatr\'nce. of \l]e nwin'st (i^i'd star  ^vguid I'f'iiuii-i' a fl(M*t of lO.ti'iiil ,ship^.  "*j'*itfi*pTTf~|l*t-Hi"^n'--|iu|'diM|^  ������*ifl)"jj' fnll ciirgo pf pott?   S'oyy. do, yoi^  j"'li*)l? fWiHUii*!' flirtf tlie .\l-il-'--r of tluv  jixi'ii 8tM*V woi-isidcr-s tjils,ni'\y positU^n  V������f Up Jftn-i!-1\ st-j'-HUS WW*"  Tl|ft ^Veddla-sr Gift.  It Is a golden rule to send a wed<tinjT  gift in good time, the flrst to arrive lie  ing much more appreciated -than that  Which is one of the many pouring in  from nil quarters during the last wwk  By adhering to this rule one will be  saved the annoyance of hearing that  the saltcellars are ch'armipg���������the third  eet already received.  4 month before the wedding day is  not too early to send the present'.-whicli  should be accompanied by a visiting  card. .'.-  ^"Tli^pTrclJTrge'should-be-addressi-fl^tiJ-  the, bride.. If one is ititimate with the  Jiappy couple, aqd to the bride's hoiisc  addr<-?sed to the bridegroom. If it Is h<-  With whom one is best acquainted.  flo.mf l-han^tlo. SnflllnB.  P.ftfM*? *y\' V9,n}ldt\in o,( flic spelling  (if wr ^".iiKl'.^rs' \v������. ������liwiii iii,!'l|iii^  \i\liy psfeptltjii fq tl)c pi'oiuiticiiitiqii of  p,uf f'ltlij'i''^. M(^t of flic I'tic.i'Hti'ii'ities '  \i\ 8^e.|'(iii'g cftiiiiiioii X}<\ <'l"iii|i*������'ii tii'ls^  j'rpip tlij'.lf.utt'-mintj fo reiu'otiun', **Y'inl,������3  as j.jif,y l^wir tlieiii jii'unp.iiiift-'iJ |i.v t|icif  *}%$��������������� \ VwH} V'lffi. >vi't-' fojtl rq iiiiike,  a 'ligt qf all fhe fruits* tjl^, Unv.'w W9,W  ^bwf\. '.'X^ii-. tjtrofbi'iK. 'nii:**livl%. gnqy.;  VV-H lll.V'.riU'V^" /\nqtlfev'������|i-'lhd \hf  \yovd '\\d\yi\'' \vltl( fhe ���������wililll'ioii <if aq  v.r.' '.���������.liUmr.JV esclalmei'f iwy fviicliet;  vTlinf "li- i\ funny way of -spoiling  ^d-Jiil." \lyv [>,xxpl\. liq\\'i*v-*.r, wns \u.\ tq  ^jl,e fiutdqtitt. ,",1 inuw," s|iv iiiiHWi'i't'd  j-eatlliy,' "but 1 f*Pvllei\ If flint \vuy t'qi;  ^ho|t."*   ���������^ofl Mni<li ^iiyriM'.lntli'*-"..  \ Jplo.grii^li.y of liiixley dwelli* on ilia  pni^yo^W wllieli lie t'lilTci'.'il froin  fioiYn. j������ut flii' plumie (itni lis I'tiiiny  Uldp. flffxley qifw wrote ip, if ('rl-Hiiil:  "\ (in,d i\ fetfH' 'trow a, ty\\o\\ yi'stop-  fliij* nipruhig yvlip \i\\\������\ ho ii liniiitic, to  fli^B'eef tli(i\t fi,v linii iii'vn 1,1 tuUiii; my  ���������"HHi^yi-, ^lipuglif \ \yiii* \x\xy ,\1|UI ,0 ������VV������d  0 npuff \ylilf ifiuf vviii- ciiinlnii down by  \ho b q'elm?^ U'lil",), iflli'Hilvd liy l.ii������ auy-  fu ^bildr^n uiifl bin iiiDtlit'i'-lu-lnwr'  The. .facfciiot, OeAwcd.  ^ ������*wbH(,i,,ll������V-r atiioy, "Whin Ih a Jiiekpot  flint, | 1,'viid iihquf once ni nwhile, and  \vlint; tJvetiiH to, hy fl.'V dlll'lvuitjf ill get-  \lhU \\ Qnon't"  A- Jiiifkliot lr- one f/ov properly cooking  flnli and 'Ih etiiii'cliilly rccqiiiiiiciiiled for  ^uc.^������'Vl.' It hau if tlmi* lock, (iver iho  fouililuiitlpn of wli.lfli qtlltlciiH oV A liter-  (enitu liuye b*inied flip (iildiil^Ut oil m  VUl������,.  prne.ticql fl\lloMit������i������r.  Onf\ulitcr-fn, deni. what is tlio dlf*  "feryiiw In'tWyeH rtccidi'tii and 1'iitoV  Pn-Tliiii button**' tly ofl " mtin'n  flollnjH Ih necldiinf. 'I'liitt n nitiu'i- wlt'u  jpuytif ^u\y������ fjliew Oh. 1������ tnto.  The  DlnenoNlM.  There are things that only a doctor  pan    successfully    iLccouiplish.    'ind  there a,re other things which the phy,  sician may safely relegate to a coinpe  tent assistant.  "I understand the doctor has Jusi  been to see your liuslinnd. .Mrn, >ic  Cnrtliy." said Mr, McCaHhy's einploy  er.   "Hae lie made a dingnqsisV"  Fpr a moment Mrs. McCarthy wits  submerged in a sea of doubt, but she  rose triumphant.  "No, sorr." she said confidently, "he  left It to we, hlM sayins 1 was welj  able to do It. soi'r. It'H to be made  Wld Unseed on a slitont inuMliii, Ho'rr."  Short Goal  JVlrting Course  --T-    -  ,    1 v .  HpfilS CONTAINS . niy the Miiti-aiu-hoi  nrotssury to qu lily perno'iis to pajfl  11<) Mino^'ori n.nuV ityHinituiUous, It. n -  q.iiiem it sa ������"ik ami Iks* tinje than 'lu;  ��������� ui^ietticoune, yet iiiiihu.thal\liiii.-li it will  nave a good ki.owhilji. of" l he-'art ot milling.  Subject's Taught in the Course.  Arithiiie  o._  ���������j>.lif-uratioi iii.r!  Tiiyonometric Functions,  irtifi .\l,;t with-inCciai  iVJiues. ���������������������������'  ���������IiDtt  V'w:i.iiai.ic.ii,  ^>:Tiii*tiiiiivi-(4(jt)!t-(*)-o!-0oul*,��������� _i   I'nisjji-ctinu   ior iC"i>l    mi'd    Loijiition    o\-  O[ioio i .ii'y.'    ���������-halt-, S'.ojj-chiniid Drifts.  Mu*.hou- of Wiirkiiix Ooal Mines.  ine Siiivi-yiny.  tiiiiu Muohiiiei>.  ���������.. M'HK l>TKhiNATIONATi  tJOKili'.rPOK.DKN'bK   SiIlOOL  SUUANTON,  l.'A.  ,*.imim*mi*iwin''*mmwmm������t������**iw*mmmam;eMaim*m^ ���������������������'  wiak**- ������-*������������������   .*���������������...*  INFORMATION 'a WANTED^,^  As tn *'ie wlii'fe.ihiuits of C K n;---tlei,  who lefl Vi'incoiivfr iibotti lo nn nibs ;iyo  for CuinVi'i'lii' <', .A >"y ]������;u ticulars rc^ard-  inn' same \vi: hy > r itf'nllv rcrcivr.*-'|i*  hi-t uncle, Rudolph Distler, care of R S  R.i'ncris-iin, C.i'iiilx'ij.inil ,'MCc  -:i i i-itact ion.  T  H. "CAREY. Tailoh.  ^pilE ADVANTAGE ilie'puWic  lies ii) |)tirohat-in}> win-re llx-y  live is they i-ee ihe article and  are  * ���������'���������       ,  not (ii(-a])j)i)inted as  w hen pending  j way.  P. Stoddart,  Walchmaker    and     Jeweler,  si-lis goo'.s, at, Eastern Prices luul  Iir.^'a nice et.odv lo select from.:  EVERYTHING in FOI.ID GOLD  .: ���������' '* ���������    v '-  -*'  All pi.*-clui-('���������** .engraved "'  \   "-,,.-; li'e'i ef chariie ... .  "    . P.  Sit)Ul)art,";   ':  Dv.smimi .A vi-:., Gutviiyeiiiintl;  auci-pt any' tetidt-r,  t\N   WESTWOOD. Mortgagee.  22 K aa's Roaii.  Victoria, BC.  HUM 1 BILLON, J.P..  NOTARY PUHLIC. COtfVEY������NCBR,  URAL KSTATK INSURANCE AGENT,  COMMISSIONER SUPJiEME COURT BO  Hents received, debts collected.  "Jarins valued,      l.'eeds registeFfed,  De.d*-, Wills, Mining Papirs, &o.,;,drawn.  OFFICES.    CU M BER LAND, B.C  "Ic-i on .Pivrln   Francuis."   '      ;'  SfiKncMir.  "Why, yes, I baVe scon a*pood denl of  Tom Robinson recently. Fact Is, he's  one of the most eiitertniiiinn men i  $vor met. Really, I didn't know there  wan wi much lu hltn lle'a positively  l,irllll(iiu when yon pot him tnlUlnn  Most delightI'ul cpnipiinlon and so hos*  citable and"-       ���������/'  "1 hoc. Which of HobliiRon'B Blsteru  ir* It-ihe little one with the black bailor the tall blond otiflV"  "It's Uio IlitU) ono with the black  Imlr." \  A IC If--* nnil n Snap.  In 18117 Mr. ThoniHH Hnvorlnnri  broupht nn action imnlnst Miss (Caroline Newton, who hnd bitten n piece out  of IiIh noso for his hnvlnp tried to kiss  lier by way of it Joke. The defendant  \vns ncipilttcil, nnd the Jiulm- iniil down  Unit "when u mini klssi-H n wnniitu  npnliiHt tier will she la fully entitled tn  bllti bla nosp If she so plenseH."  :       VVILLiAMS BROS.  ��������� o .      ;  ': Li very Stable'  ;   -Tkambi'Khk and Dkaymk.n    ;  ;      BjNlILK   AND   J)OIJBLK   JUG?,     ,'  \     U\\\i   fl-H'I'*:.      Al/b   OltDKUE     ;  !   l'ltj^t-j-'ju-Y   ArrKNDi'r.) to.   ;  'I Third St., Cumberland,B.C.  For CANDIES  Frames anH^cl;  of: frames."  :anmo*  ~������  D.  HLNDEN  umber land  v^l  0'H)00 0< K-XJOOOOOOOoOC  mwmmmm-.Mb.ui*w*rt*tmmmm,w.i.-m M-t.*M  *-.������f*iMcwtuu,Mcmccc.-r.ic.  Chnnc6 to Join a Club Tlmt Will  Miike     " ~         "  KvoryboUj  '  ' '  tat  niiike anil Have Mum-v lor Ton,  ... jryboUy HliDiiUt Join tlio Miunnl Lltorory Mu-  nloOliilxit Aniftilon. lliorolsnoililnnolno llko It  ���������>"���������  A Wfltlon Wortl^ Attention.  I *   I  .lull    ti*     ".'..c.  .������   ������..  Linpiciu* Mnjcftim.  "Ton undetHtiind, of eotii'RP, thot niy  dnuuhier has been reared In the lap of  luxnryV"  "Why, ehp told mo Ipxt tilKht thnt  mine wna the llrst-er, tbat Ik, I b<i|n\  nlr. that I may be nble to make stich  provision iih to keep h'T from jilhina  (pr  the  lap  you  inciiiloii."  nnywhuro, Itooottf nlinnutnothingtu^oln anil Uio  iMinofttflItRlvpgaro woiulorful, itontthlni yon to  puiriilt.it.Ai! 1 jouIc a nntt porlotl ioald. Riitslpmul irtUHleiili  liistrnmi-nta nt npncitil out nrlcro, it Boouron ro-'  (luwiiriiu-s nt niuny liotolH, Uannworgouoiit<niini  troo of clinrRO. It offora HOholnrslilpB anil volua-  liloi-iMili prltofl to nicmbnni, it malntiiliiB oluh  roniiiBln ninny oltli-HforHsmombon, In nilillllop,  iwi'iy iiiiniiliiirr(i(!iiiviiHtliontllclnl mnmtzltin untitled" r.v'rv Mo*ntl������"npiiiilioiitlonluaoliwsliy  lf.>ii'lMncluillniT(lplr(.'C)i*>rJiUfliolBi-iivoottlniirtln'  Htrtnncittiil niiiHltKriiil miitii) micli iiiiintii wltlimit  extra olinrROi 73 iilconn In pnoypiirlnnll.   VOU  M0ST������NOT&r 'mB8W������li������K,flT8 F0R AL*  1 iio tu 11 y(iiiVly'mom1iemlilp f oo In Om������ Unllnr for  wmoli ymi uot nil ahovo, rind yon nmy ������ Hi***   (Imn within throw inomlm if yen    -o nnil get .viiui* dollar liiiclc. If ymi  don'trnro to Kponn |l,Wi umiil VS ci-ihh fur tliron  inoulltumomlHu-Rlilp, J  tlilioffei'liy^.YdUj-  WIibh in Giiiiitjerlaiif;  STAY AT THE   VEA'HOME.  -���������-,���������Z,A%Ar-,.:.Aw .. ^'L^1....  t ini ....'���������',,._ *  -  ���������  W     A 1,1, ('OSVi NIHKPM  j'uu  0UIMTH,  TlIK !l\|| IH StI|.|.|,IK|i WITH  s������ Liquors and Cij;ars  H. H. HOHK.ST80N.  B  o  o  o  o  I am j.)rep;u*ed to  I'linnsh Stylish Kigs  and do Teaming at  0  o  o  reasonable rates.  g D, KILPATRICK  s ooooooooooooooooo  itriuv iniy ilmn within throo inomli  wantto (loponncl Hct yiui-Jolinr Imcn  I1.IH1, Willi VS Ci'iitH for vnn-iii  i, Nolinay enn nltonl to imfHl  will bhIi your money tinoU In'  viiiuo niuny tlmcBOVi-r, i-'iiti |inrtloutnr������ will Im(  Hont froo of chnritB, bu������ If ymi nro wino you will  mmil In ymtr n-iiuo������t for tiiBmlii-mlilp with tlio  propor foontonpo. Tlioasom.tbri-oiiionthiimnm-  norHliln otrot- will goon olintu-o, Wrlto itt onoo ml;  itrowliiftyniir h-ttornnil I'lii-limlnii tn.tit) fur full  yoiir'niiii'iiiliurelilp or iwontyilvo c������ut������ for tUroo  '*���������  r^>*nm.  -t^NUK  M^m&ma!iw^.^  .C5L1*S  MM  tfTCfsUnrhl of the nr,ei\ \<i o new Plot  mvnnceil by'the Oiv.von ntntlon. 8eod  Wft������ heated lu t\ Ittlionttorj' hot air Hter-  \\li,T. [t wa* found tlmt exposure to  ���������Jioilt In i> wide rnnifo (from ltin ilegreen  c^U *n\i, >,!������ cit'vva  I*.- ty.' -'���������*..������ icV..'   '-'    '' !  Dot nlT-et Rpruitnoilou. It U f-ii^Kcstcd  that hop ^nd fruit driers could be used  (or thin purpose, it does awny with  fll lint appn'rbtUR peeiled lu tbe' |iot wa  (er and chemical soluiiou irciumeui,  cfnd rtbt'luti"* tmuble of dr.vliij; t)������- weed  -find tbe danger pf Injury tu the (*e<>d  tlil^Ujlb Jp-nnbinflnn, mold or decay,  wtilylj may occur with \h������ wet imtliuil  \n one iiimmpe need no (rented pro  f)uee*li but a alnttle bend nffected wttn  tnitit. mid tliln mlRlit tmve come from  Iviiy ktrne| of arclileiitally untn-oi������i  The *mme Old Cllmnto,  ������������������Tu not your cllnmtw rather elmnport-  Uio'/" uslied tbe Kiiiiiki.  "No. It luit't." answered the old net-  ������lr>t-   uvlin   iihviivu   eniiiimliciH      "It   It  was. don't you suppose we'd liuve  chunked It for mum:thing ebw yean  OtfoV  A   Murti'il  Thi-RYiirtn.  Brlsjtt���������Tlmt fool 8u������plii/������i eon-Jldern  blninclf the (.'ivutcMt uctoi on i-aciii.  Renson-li thnt no? Ile'n pcttlnst  ���������triinjjely modet������t. Me upmI to consider  bin i Heir the urea tent actor that user  lived.  S8  ?*  :*-j  '!������  ������>,.-.. In 0*. "th Voir  c-r-1,,, |������nH'rir iri'il.t? rnrl*v,.tc.ii ot tho  wonl, w.tiiiti-j ':���������-"'��������� ,*��������� <���������-"  -.-'���������  f,l r./|i-::!*,ij,,.--l:,|'',*.,'-i.,.l:".  ;;-ilV-.c*'"i*.-n-Ti Jo,00 a r**ii- (mcludln-j  .,  '. 'o-     '���������: .^ j������,.,i .��������� ���������   ���������!-���������.������,i  '������!������������������������   i -������i;hwa'i, n-i  PacJihc Coast  MHiRittc....'Vr,Af).0O,  Svi.'.i   i   l ;..J, llM.    roil)  lrT  li-.r-K  Ucu   Tn������ l;������rimTHiinrr.,1 Muni'*. Inuhiut.  ���������iu\ Btwtiiw-/, tlcw Vuik  rrwyi���������*z*r*T'V''wb''1^'''K'",-''>L!!>MJ"k!*���������'*���������'' ������������������'F*"s-'*"l".'i'/i*1 '"���������*���������*fi'  W*tL*TKS^^  To Cure a Cold in One Day  Tdw Laxative Bromo ftwmiie tablets. $ mtj,  %*vm Mmten bo������M a������Id In post 12 mortlit. W& gignaiUTC, ^^* '* A^T  Caret Grip  bTwoDtyt,  on every  box������25o*  wmmWmfmmw  ��������� ��������� *  ��������� ��������� t** v**m*������e������*>r~ '^pmmmmmmmmVA^tlrmAwmi^^,..
^y*-a��-����a*x>t.-taia*r--j'-  *
ii* f.vf.-x.n.-^tjut.*.
Issued Every Tueeday.
Th > columns of The $kw�� are opp'i to nil
who wish to exon-ms *,h'ruin viewu o mai-
teri *-f public tuured*'.
While we do aot hold ourselves re   insi-
lile for the utterances of onrrespoiiden.*, we
esei"-'e   the r gut   of   deoliui.ug   to  inaer
oiniiiunio^iious u a necessarily peruoual.
WEDNKSOAY. UUKK .7   1*905
Kspimait .4 Kanaimo Is
Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.
When in Cuniberlanil he sure
and slay at*.-the Cumberland i
' Hotel,  First-Class  ���Accomoda-
���      *��� *     - .> l
tion for transient and penvian- j
.'.',   cx\\ boarders. ?
Sample Rooms and   Public Hall
Run in Conhscfion with  Hotel
Oni   or u i>*  �� lass.
Mrs .loTM"-* just think of it! That
fciliiu- caint. in nml uitiially stole the
cloek rijsbl oil ibe luaiiielpitfce.
Mrs Brown And your dog was tn
the very sn me i (join I
Mrs .bines Yes. but rhat didn't
count. Fido is only a watchdog, you
v*r ���������.*���*���* 'v - ���..
Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day
t _ ^ ��� .J**m��v%, t*\*Mi*am-i*vi**4 r .iVl. ���"....' : AJ \��"^vKH^*rt,      N    |
.."T ftT-'Oity of Nanaimo."
Sails *ft��tii Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m.,'for
Naaa.mo- calling nt North Saanich
Cowichan Bay, M-ip!*'.����* Mld Crofton
when freighter p.issen^ers offer.
Leaves NVnalmo Tuesday, 5 P���- for
Union Hay. and Comox.
leaves Comox Wednesday, S a.m., for
Union Bay and Ntinaimo';
Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 ,a.m-- for
Comos and way ports-.
Leave-Comoic Friday. 7 a.m., for Na-
naiuiip and way pons.
jb-iils frum Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for
Victoria .^"iii-4 at Crofton,... Maple
Bay, CoNvichan Bay and North Saanich "when freight or passengers offer
North  Saanich  when tide and weather
conditions  permit.
S.S'      "JOAN."
Suds from N maimo 7 a.m. daily except
Sail- bom Vancouver after arrival of C.
 UH.Ji;riitn_Ni>. i- daily except Sun*
t Sorry Slip Spoke.
"Tliiink you. my Utile man," said
Miss I'ltssay to the nice little lioy who
biid 'given up bis seat in the oar. "And
have you been ra tight' to always give
your ��eat to liidiesV"
"No'tu." replied the bright boy; "onljr
to oW ladlc**."-
"    The Senaot*   Appron-yft-rtti,    *
Soon the earth In summer outing
Wil! its banners green be Homing,
And once more'
Youthful earthltngs will be shouting:
"Wat'a de score?"
Plenty  to SqaRniler.
"I havo a large-fortune."   ,
"t**u .baven't a cent, and you know
St" '*,
"I repeat I have a large fortune���If
time is money.'
ram mmm
3010 Westminster Road
Garden, Field .ind Flower Seeds, now in
sto-:k and tested as io vitality. Wholesale and retail.
Thousands of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees. T   ..
���';��� biT
for Spring Planting
���FERTILIZERS-      <���
BE��5 .HIVES   and    SUPPLIES
Green house full of Plants, Cut Flowers
Floral Work. Catalogues free, or
call and* examine stock.,
d;i\?, at i p m-
Al'RlL   l.'Ui,    iHdJ,
JSn 2--l).uiy.
A!*   V
D.V,.9 "00 .���!.'.' Vct-ria ,.
�������,   9 "JS ...... .O-.ldstreun
" in.SJ-t;,.
" Jl 00.
r m
���������is as'..
Ar 12.5a..
.K uiig'n. -
\S ,-il ngten,
N*j. 4-^'iu a.V
1' M.
 .1)1 3 01
.*'�����   3 2b
.  "    4.24
���.'   5.00
r mV '���'.',
.  "   6 42
. Ar. 0 5
I^UEAl). Cakes, and Pies delivered daily to any'.pitrt of City.
FUM-ST""Kf - Groreriea.
��o. I-Uai1
4 vt
Ou,   S.tM* ,,.Wu*linKtf��-
�����   8,20 Ni.inuin-i,.
JO 02 Du cm.'h	
" iy,,|!> x,    Kxii'g'-'
�������� 11 :)8 ....'...Oi'b'H"������..���!.
Ar 12 0/},...  ...Viotoria...
��� N�� :i -'^uikIb
AM. ���
IUi. !i0
" ,;i,i.
" 5.0.
" 5*8(1
" (5,:-2
Ar 7.01,1
TlUijiiand Mi e and. Commutation Tii ���
Icots em tale, tfood ovi'i tail and stein.ei
lines, nt two and one-half cents per mile.
S|.ttC'i,it iriiiii-i ,i;iil MC'inteis for K\cu**
fiions, iincl ii-diia:��l i <t*-.*i h>v parties nut)
be ai'i','��ii),"ed f-n on application lo the*
Traffic. Munajjer.
'llie Company reserves the riyht to
dun^c without previous nmice,.s ��amci>
Mtiling difttcs nnd lionrc of sailing
Kucui'sioii Ti��.'lceia���on Side trom ftilfl t��
all SiiiMona, good forguliiK Journey Salf;
urday und .Sunday, returning nut latiHJ
tlnni MoikIav,
Geo, I, ComiTUKV,
Trtiilio Manager.
Riding on Inconiotivou and  rail
way cars of  the   Union  Holliory
Company by any  pornon   ,ir  per
Bonn���b*xwpt i ruin crow���ii? strictly
prohibited.    EnipioyiH^' are'mih-
loot tu dUmiiiWtl for allowing flame
i>y moot
lVuAi**~.o P. Vrmi
jdUafloii will he made to thu U-gndntivu
. Annmi��ly of thft PmvIiioo nf Btitmh Ool-
timbia at it* next *i ifli-ui (or H" Aot t-xloml-
iug tha timo for tlto o(��-nt��i<nceiiittct n( tho
��nnntru��tton nf lh�� Cumpaay'ti lino of railway i��Dii for the ��x^o��ditur�� thnwan4 "{ u-i.
pax o��nt. of thu amount of th�� oapiUl *nd
reducing ihe traount -ol il*e ��i*i��iul *.��*l pci-
mttting th�� 0��mp��Dy to omwtruot t-U*. mil-
way lo aootttioa,
iMtad tha 24th J��n��ry, I0O5.
Www ����t ��>f Ww*1*'
Our neighbors!   V**ell. *hey're hard ta
t hate to make complaint,
But halt the people In our St.
Would aggravate a. St
5Slffe * * ?DRT0N ���^���y-'on tap's     ako, the faam^LWAUKEK
S^rr,8er- B(!humian- Sohlitz.&o.       "OLDGRBYBRARD"*.
SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.
The Boarding aud Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Man
Davis, wd! be found First claS-i ia every respect.
���--�����*fc,��,teTr,,. *..*^y^j*wte^c��u
$1 oo per day upwards,
A Fine, Sel-actipn of CAKES  always   on  hand.
. FBESH BBKAD every day.
Orders for SPEOIAL CAEES promptly attended to.
Dunsmuir Avenue,
The yearly return of the Bock Beer season is   of interest to the
brew-ir as well as llie public, and the
WilT again ehow that special care haa baen taken in the manufacture of the superior
artiile.    The Union Br-.wing Co.'s Buck has beta bievveed for a number of mouths
and stored in their lann*u.*i cellar* until ir, has -reached the proper h,_u, aud in now
,     ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HOTELS,     '        ,
fl b n m m a ia is m
cuoyaiffb on nts 5th an�� -oth or caoh coNrn
Polntc:!" No. 1-Jl in u purely V'tstc-n Cn^i'-u ;u;riciillniiii Paper for. VV<;-lti*u
.   Ci*i)ijiiil*'ii J,-';; inf;*1 n id ^.i.i.*l*;iu,ii,
Pointer No. 2���Jt V, J" :v,'v il ;ii!.'it<(!, w-.ll wiiltO, well illtistrntc'l,  reliwhle,
xjij* ;j<---s;< re i- ..cl f .*��rlc*ss
VoinlOT No. 3���i't- I  ������i:*k nro i*. i-u.-tly en ,li I:, h-'vum-p. ��-k1 t'i" pot-y is proni'tly
<i I-1*1,^1 !���  II. 11 IU '.���.< Jill tit IOII I,  ' l.'l'.l  C!   pl'lll.  I  l<  r.'M*l : ..'*���* I.
Pointer No.'I���""if N'��i-."-��.l~t iVmut:** in t. u on:y ii,.iih*iIiUi.j.i i"|".i  ),riiiii-il in
(.':*vi -.In \v nl of 1.:.*.* Sn.icii 'i',
Pointer No. S--H imsni' ,o 11,1 -1 m n-lv,-, nr M**-,c--"ii.|-niii .^.'i.nitoliiuiiiil the N.W.'i',
I'm;!, ell m|i' i-1  * "i i/'V ' if. inliii.i   .
Pointer No. G~-1N sn ������-.'���..liui.ii ami :ii,i.��m>,liuu ���,e wo--l.li juiuiy dollnin to cinli
iiiilisi" h '-
Pointer No. 7~M��i.illy ii is-aiiovc vcjivnmii,
From Wow So Dceeiii3jcr Si, 1905, for $1.00
P. O. Rox into, WINNIPI'U, MAN,
lndiiill itilm mnt'iiliii i-ntsi'i'i Inl N'ni.m
Nimilur niil lllo l>ii ,11. �� n i ,\i I 1/ n,
TliomniiiTyiiiisuni I, ih. -ni" ir. iiuiiii,*.in
yt.it will r ������ no.   Hull, rll-ni'***'.
Huii|iIijci.py luulI'r.-oiliinil n...|i;>ml,
From Piir-s-blnod Stock. Single Comb
vVhue Ufghnrn W/ckuflf ��iuin ��� tlie
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The following list of trees, shrubs,
etc., has been recommended by the
\vestern   Horticultural   Society   for
planting in Manitoba and the Territories.   The list could be considerably
.extended, but it>was thought advisable
���*to -confine it to the very hardiest var-
Mefies.   The name alone does not al-
-ways mean that the tree is hardy.  A
-great deal depends upon tho source
y o. supply.   In every case where the
v tree ds a native variety, native grown
V. trees should be secured.   The white
���*eim, for instance, grown from Manitoba seed, is hardy, while if grown
from southern or eastern seed It would
probably prove tender, or at best only
.half  hardy.    In   every  case   home
-grown stock should bo procured If
possible,  Largo trees of the more, ten-
-dor sorts, such as apples, plums, etc.,
^should not be planted.   Small trees,
vtralned to branch from or near the
ground, aro much more likely to prove
Trees Suitable for Forest Plantations
and. Wind Breaks.
Manitoba mtiple (Acer negiindo).
Birch���Nntlvo variety,
Green Ash���Native variety.
Poplars ��� Balsam poplar, several
.forms of Russian poplar, cottonwood.
aspen poplar, otc.
Willows ��� Whlto willow, sharp-
leaved, laurtiMoavod, goldon or Vor-
onosh, otc.
Basswood (Tllla Americana)��� Native form.
Rim (Ulmus Americana)���Native
Evorgroons and Conifers-
Balsam fir or  spruco  (Abies bal-
White spruco.
.black spruco.
Juniper���Common savin.
Banksiana plno (Jack pine-.
Whlto cedar.
Tamarack, or larch.
The juniper, mentioned in the above
Hat, ls moro suitable for ornamental
���planting. It is of too low growth for
wind break purposes.   The basswood
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does not succeed well in the West, but
is thrifty in Eastern Manitoba.
Several of the trees in the above list
are suitable also for ornamental purposes, particularly the laurel and golden williws. and all the conifers. The
tamarack, though a conifer, is a deciduous tree. Grown where it Is not
crowded, it makes a handsome tree,
its soft, silky foliage giving it a very
ornamental appearance. For street or
avenue purposes the white elm Is the
most desirable. The Manitoba maple
and (where It wil thrive) the bass-
wood are also useful for street trees.
The poplars are useful mainly on account of their great hardiness and rapid growth. In other respects they are
not, as a class, desirable trees to plant
extensively for any purpose. This is
especially true of the cottonwood,
which makes a poor shade and is subject to disease in many places.
In planting trees regard should be
had to the nature of the soil. Ash,
elm, cottonwood, black spruce, willows
and tamarack will grow on low, wet
land. Tamarack Is particularly valuable for this class of land and will
thrive even where there is some alkali
in the soil. The Russian poplars,
white spruce and pine will thrive on
sandy or gravelly soil. The conifers,
except the tamarack, do not do so well
on heavy soil. The trees which thrive
on wet soil should be selected for very
dry land.
Ornamental Trees and Shrubs.
Acer tartaricum Ginnala (Dwarf Asiatic maple).
Ameranichier alnifolia (June berry)
���Native variety.
Artemisia (Southernwood)��� Dwarf
and tall.
Berberia (barberry)���Common, purple, Thunberg's, Amur.
Cut-leaved birch. ���
Caragana���Several varieties of Russian or Siberian origin.
Cornus���Native red dogwood and Siberian dogwood.
Cotoneaster���Sharp-leaved, common
and tomentosa.
Crataegus coccinea (scarlet haw)���
Native variety; also Siberian forms,
Elaegnus angustifolia (Russian olive). ��
Elaegnus Argentea (native silver
Lonicera spinosa (Albert Regel's
Lonicera tartarica (bush honeysuckle)���several forms,
, Prunus nigra (Manitoba black plum)
Prunus pumlla (sand cherry).
Prunus Pennsylvanica (pin cherry)
���Native sortt_  . '  - :
���Prunu!Oeiriissa "(choke cherry).
Pyriis baccata (Siberian berried
Prunus Americana (mountain ash).
Rhamnus (buckthorn)���Alder leaved, common, Siberian and alder buckthorn of Europe.
Ribes aureum (Missouri currant).
Rosa rugosa (Rugosa rose).
Shepherdia argentea (buffalo berry).
Spiraea���Spiraea billardli, spiraea
arguta, spiraea Van Houttei, and
spiraea sallclfolia (native meadow
Symphorlcarpus (snowberry)���Native variety.
Syringa (lilac)���Many forms of the
common lilac, also syringa rothama-
gensls or Rouen lilac, syringa vllossa,
syringa japonlca and syringa Josikaea.
Virbunum (arrowood)���Viburnum
lentago (sheepberry); viburnum opul-
us (high bush cranberry).
Vines and Climbers.
Celastrus senndens (climbing bittersweet)���Native variety, '
Wild grape���Native variety.
Parthenoclssus quinquefolia *..*rgln-
la creeper)���Native variety,
Thero are many ornamental shrubs
and vines thnt may be classed as half-
hardy, and that may be grown to ad-
those who will glvo them special care.
These include the Hydrangea pantcul-
ata grandlflora, somo of the moss, hybrid perpetual and yellow roses, clematis Vlrglana, cytlsus capltalus or
broom. Lyclum or matrimony vine,
Philadelphia or moelc orange (oe or
two of tho hardiest varieties, such as
grandlflorus and deutsdalflorus), elder
(soveral varlotles), snowball or Guelder rose, etc,
For ornamental hedge purposes the
bost shrubs are buffalo berry, sliver-
berry, caragana, Tartarian honeysuckle, Russian olive, snowberry, buckthorn.
Hardy Fruits.
Strawberries���With strowborrles It
Is probably moro a matter of soil than
of hardlnosB,  Try sovoral varieties.
Currants���Nearly all the woll known
varlotles of red, white and black currants aro hardy. Rod Dutch, White
Grapo and Black Champion are three
of tho vory hardiest.
Gooseberries���Houghton Is undoubtedly tho hardiest. Several other varieties, such ns Downing, Pear! and
Smith's Improved glvo good results In
favorod locations or with careful treatment.  The best protection for goose-
borHoo to n ftnvorlitr* nf hrifll, epec!
ally If the brush ls cut In t.h�� t-mmmnr
with tho leaves.
wit ��� the leaves and kept till required,
Raspberries���AU raspberries should
bo bent down and covered ovor with
onrth, but a tew varieties, such as
-iumwi mm tji��iumoipiim, have produced good crops without cover In somo
years. Some favorlto varieties are
Cuthbert, London, Dr. Iteldor, Marlboro (all red); Goldon Queen and Car-
ollno (yellow), and I 111 born, Gregg
and Older (blnck).
Plums���Aitkin and Cheney aro two
of tho imrltost ripening ot tho hardy
plums and aro therefore tho most valuable for planting here. Many of the
hardy plums of Minnesota do not ripen
horo boforo frost.
Apples���Hibernal and Duchess arc
generally regarded as tbo two bard-
Every mother should be able to treat
the minor ailments of her little ones.
Prompt action may prevent serious
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purpose there is nothing else so good
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iest apples.
Crabs and' Hybrids���Transcendent,
Whitney and Martha are among the
hardiest varieties. f
Regarding Membership.
The Western Horticultural Society
is anxious to extend its usefulness
throughout Western Canada, and an
invitation is extended to all persons
who are interested in. any branch of
horticultural work or forestry, such
as fruit growing, vegetable gardening,
floriculture, etc., to become members
of the society. One dollar, sent to the
secretary, Geo. Batho, Box 1310, Winnipeg, will pay the entire cost of membership for the current year. This
will entitle members to all the publications of the society, which contain
many interesting articles on horticultural topics, forestry, etc. All members will also share in the annual free
distribution of trees and plants, which
is made in the spring.
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Women Singers Who Have Won Fame
Both at Home and Abroad.
The list of women born in the United States who have become successful
and distinguished singers in opera and
concert is as noteworthy as that of e.ny
country in the world, Anna Louise
traltos of both Europe and America,was
born in the little Maine town of Durham. Emma Nevada's assumed name
(she was a Miss Wixon) reveals her
native State. Minnie Hauk, once the
best-known Carmen on the American
stage, was a New Orleans girl, while
Suzanne Adams was born in Cambridge, Mass.; Sybil Sanderson in San
Francisco, Mrs. Genevieve Clark Wilson
in Chicago, Gertrude Rennyson in Nor-
ristown, Pa.; Pauline Waltman In Rook
Island, 111., and Lucille Hill, Florence
Finlayson, Maud Reese-Davis and Anna Hicklsh were all bom somewhere
in the United States,
Emma Eames is an American and
passed her early years in Bath, Me.,
though she was born in Shanghai,
China, where her father was a lawyer.
Mme. Albani, a Canadian by birth,
spent her girlhood In Albany, N. Y��� and
took her stage name from that of her
adopted city, her name In private life
being Lajeunesso, Mrs, Homer of the
Metropolitan Opera House Company,
who camo originally from Pennsylvania,
has also been a prominent figure ot
Vichy and Brussels and in London,
Perhaps the beat known and tho most
popular of all the groat sopranos of the
Metropolitan Opera Company is Lillian
Nordica, and Mme. Nordloa la an American. She was bom in FarmJnffton,
Me., her parents of tho good old name
of Norton. After hor graduation
from tho Now England Conservatory of
Music In Boston, where Mrs. Homer
also graduated, she went to Milan and
very soon appeared at Brescia, then In
London, Paris, St, Petersburg and other European capitals, and now she ls
probably tho beBt known Wagnerian
slngor In tho world.
Among the American women singers
who havo made th��lr reputation In Ku-
ropo and havo never been heard in this
country Is Gcraldino Farrar, daughter
of Farrar, the old baseball player, and
Mlas Marguerlto Norrl of Tennossee.
Postmaster Lee Looks Ten Years
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Tabucintac, Cumberland Co., N.B.,
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Mary, who came from Tlpperay a
few months ago and is acting as servant girl for a Germantown family, is
beginning to adopt American ways.
Mary bought her first pair of rubber
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and Mary had some distance to walk,
but when she returned her mistress
noticed that the rubbers had not been
wear your gum shoes?" she asked.
Mary looked at her mistress with astonishment. "What, an' dirty them'
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A well known racing man recently
lost ��100 to a comparative stranger,
who offered to bet bim that h* could
produco three horses which could go
ninety miles ln three hours. The layer
of tbo wager easily accomplished the
feat by starting all three horses at once,
by which artifice thirty miles only was
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tlmo speclfled.���London Standard.
When We Did Wot Cure For Japan,
When tbs flrst embassy from Japan
arrived ln Washington a mombor of tbt
senato rose aud said; "Mr. President,
tbe first ambassadors from tbo venerable country of Japan aro about to ar*
rive. I move tbe senate do now adjourn
to meet and welcome the Japanese,"
Immediately another senator was on
bis feet, not to second tbo motion, but
to say sharply, "Mr. President, I humbly trust tbe senate of tbo United
States ef America will not adjourn for
every sbow that comes along." Tbat
t<*tt}��d ft rvtm Mra. JXngcs A. ?iy*i'��
AarreeA With Beth.
Horace Greeley was the author ef ���
ityle In editorial writing wblcb bad
Uvu wiUu iunutuxi, but prolwDiy never
equaled. During bts editorship two
newspapers, neither of wblcb wai
friendly to Greeley, became engaged In
t violent altercation. Tbe argument
crew warmer until each papor openly
willr-d the other a liar. It was tbe opportunity Greeley had been waiting for.
lie announced in his papes that "be
and tbe honor to agree witb boll* of
lis distinguished contemporaries."    , J
PI rut Hotel Elevator.
In tho Fifth Avenue jiotol, Now "J irk,
n 1860 tlio writer flrst saw and rodo In
1 passenger elevator, or "lift" and la
:he place where It Is situated thero is
:oduy a notice that in tbo year 1859
n'as Installed ln tho space "tbe flrst
pxaaenger elevator ever used in any
-otel or any other building In this
fouutry or the world."��� Printer-*' rak.
PUaifble Biemie,
Blggs-Wlndlg claims tbat he never
breaks bis word.
Dlggs-I guess that's right; it'i too
flexible,���Detroit Tribune
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yesterday. Mistress--Well, work them
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poodlo than you do of me. Wife���
I'd like to know what reason you have
for thnking so. Husband���Well, you
never allow him to eat anything you
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W N  VI  fi< GREAT IN TWO FIELDS  JOHN   MORLEY STANDS HIGH  BOTH  AS STATESMAN AND AUTHOR.  Friendship Between fli������ Author and An.  draw Carnegie-i How Ur. Carnegie  Shoeked the House of Commons���������Jol a  Morley ��������������� OlaJstono', Right Hand Man  ���������HU Literary Aclil������Yem������u's���������Hlf Ai?-  , dreciek Ate Modoli of lfitglUli.  '' "It 1s said that Andrei Carnegie  was chicily impelled to his course in  the establishment ol libraries by the  eminent English author and   statos-  ��������� nlan who was recently a guest in this  Country,  the Right''Hon. ,,-Jolm Mor-  '"ley. Mr. Carnegie was an -intense ad-  , mirer of Mr. Gladstone. , Since the  latter's death he has found inspiration in the statesmanship and scholarship of Mr. Morley, who was tho  Gra^ul- Old Man's most tested associate.' At Skibo Castle '-and at the  L&fighaliii'Ho'tel, which Mr. Carnegie  raa-Hftsiliis home when in London, the  two string*}'*' 'chums caft often be  he,ard .^cussing books and politics,  eoretotiliies rather heatedly. "When  there-Ms a debate on in the House of  Commons in which Mr. Morley is to  take-a part Mr. Carnegie makes it a  point to bo present, and'ho has been  known to, travel all night from Scotland in order to hear . his friend  speak. On one occasion his enthusiasm carried him to the extent of applauding Morley by clapping his  hands, which shocked the liveried attendants, When'- they remonstrated  with the United StatC*s multi-millionaire he said he could not promise not to, repeat the''offence if his  friend, Morley, 'Continued to shako  tlie house,with" his eloquence.  Mr. Moriey-is conceded to be   one  listening io oinvrs ana siow to speak  himself. He is popular in English society and Is personally liked V: even  when his opinions are not.  When at home Mr. Morley never  permits himself to be interviewed.  IJe rarely goes to the theatre, and he  loves music and (books. One of his!  peculiarities is that ho Is much opposed to having a horse pull him up  a steep hill, and when such a hill is  reached the author-statesman gets  out and walks  .LONDON'S CRIMINALS  A CONSTANT WATCH KEPT ON THEIR  MOVEMENTS BY THE POLICE. ���������  passing to and fro in certain streets.  One of these defectives says that he  spends the greater part of his tim*  daily in walking up and down a crowded thoroughfare and fixing his eyes on  jany person whose progress along the  street does not suggest urgent business.  "If -when I catch his eye," said the  detective, "this person stares back at  me or turns to look after I have passed  I know that he's a wrong 'un and  watch him carefully."  If the individual subjected to this  treatment should often frequent the  thoroughfare in question and if bis  companions should not meet with the  entire approval of tbe detective on  watch then he is "on the market"���������  London Globe.  THK RIGHT HON, JOHN MORLEY.  of the foremost living'.writers in the  English   language aW is   especially  -gifted as a biographer. ���������  His    chief  works in this fiuTd arts his blograph-  ' les   ol   Edmund    Burke,    -Voltaire,  Itpussoau,    Richard   Cobden,    Oliver  1 Croinwoll and AVUlIara E. Gladstone.  To the ltfjSt named work,   which was  published in 1903, if ho devoted    tho  most of his timo fqi; several    years,  and it is regarded by many as   one  of tho greatest biographies ever writ-  ton,   .v% :,'���������;*!��������� ;.������������������;,    ..,'  I    Mr/Morloy oivco said In an   inter-  'rMofr,. "TWo in'oifi have   mado    mc-  '������������������ John-   StUaH.Mill and    Mr.   Gladstone,'* , Whon, Mr, Gladstone    BaW  ���������'that- he wdsvto loso Joseph   Cham*  berlaln his determined to attach Mr.  'Morley to' his^causa. Ho mado   him  y GJiiof' 'Secretary for Ireland    and   a  ,*:;:taMbo'r ol his Cabinet.   Thoncoforth  ., M^i ��������� Morloy boenmp his right    hand  ���������;$nan in4 furthoring tho policy of solf-  govornmont for Iroland.   No   states-  , man \yds ovor   moro faithful to his  political    loador   than    Morley   to  Gladstone. ( But lib is no moro  dis-  clple.^Ho is* hlmsolf a strong   figure.  It"trtc# W}*} said of him that ho would  1rathotfbo' right than bo   In   Parila-  njont������ for ho will not   surrender   his  , convictions for political   oxpodioncy,  This was, shown whon ho via* representing In.Pnrllaniont a borough   Jn  which wnga oarnors  woro powerful,  ������ Ho had boon vory popular with thom,  but an Issue aroso ovor tho proposition to onact an eight hour law, and  Mr. Morloy found ho could not odvo-  cato tho plan by which it was   pro's posod to bring tho system  Into  effect.     To tlio labor delegates    Who  waited upon lilm ho rofiiHwl to commit hlfnmdf, and his stand cost him  his roturn to Purllamunt,    Ho  was  elected afterward from another  borough-;  Mr. Morloy is said to bo tho   first  Englishman to stop front na editor's  desk to   a sent ln tho Cabinet,    It  ���������  was In tho columns of Tho Toll Mall  fittfOftn thnt HTv   HTm-ln*--  (\i'tir     tn<v">  his mark in politics. Jn'tlw House ���������*>(  ,   Commons ho is always limonsJ   to  - with irrftat attontlvonoss.  His   volco  Is.clear, resonant and musical. .  In composition his addresses are  ' modols of English, T. TV O'Connor  oniM W4ui.w. Hit* apuiiisuva juivu iKino  more to rlpon and oducato English  opinion nnd to rouno tho English  consclonco than thoHo of any other  living man. Thoir lucidity, thoir fine  diction, thoir lofty nppenl, often thoir  pootlc imagery, hnvo mado them all  link deep into tho put die mind."  Many thought that Mr, Morley  would lio Mt, Cilmlhluiio'it Hiuxuhhur  M lender of.tho Liberal party, but  tho choice fell upon Lord llosebery,  Mr. Morley Is now nbout sixty-six  ycara of age. IIo li gracious In innn-  tte*' snd gonial nn a companion, tolerant    end    sympathetic,    pntlentlv  Feraona   "Who   Are   Deemed   Guilty,  Vtxtll They Prove Themaelvee to Be  *  i  Innocent and Wlio Can Be Imprta**  oned For Committing No Offenae, i  It used to be a principle of British  law tbat a man is innocent until he ls  proved guilty. , Though this is still upheld by justice generally, certain persons know to their cost that in their  own cases ��������� the prlnoJple is reversed. .-,  To one Bectlon'of tbe community the  law says, with no uncertain voice, "You -  are guilty unless you can prove yourself innocent." The Victim of this rule  ls he who is "'known to the police,"  who Is "suspeuted.iOf intent to commit  a crime," and-rof late years quite a  number of persons ha\*e been sent to  prison under* an act ,w,hich is called the,  "prevention of crimes act" on the ihere  suspicion that their conduct is not what  It should .be. ' ' ���������' -     i  The act operatesCagainst persons "wh6  hav<? already been in prison, and its es*-  istence makes ,it a very hard -task for  an ex-convict to enjoy real freedom. , ,  Any person who has served a term  of imprisonment may be arrested,  without a,warrant, if his conduct does  not favorably impress a policeman, and  summarily c'onVicted.  For instance, 'the men charged ���������'With',  complicity ih the Conduit street ,jewei  robbery some years ago were not convicted of their offense, but the evidence glVen was that their inod-aNof  life wasV'probably^Vdlshpnest." This  was accepted- by rthe^judge, >who. sentenced them .to a year's imprisoni|ient,  not, be jit noticed, for any crimp, but  because ' tbey were_ "probably'^ guilty  and~could~not prove-themselves, lnn>  cent-    .-' -, '  -        '���������    ���������"  Another man only a few wedks age  was sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment for- loitering. He was discovered., by the police waiting abbut  eome quiet byway of Chelsea and;-having been recognized as an ex-c6nvict,  ij^as promptly taken in charge.  Another case of crimeless criminal  wos that of the youth who was sentenced to eighteen months' imprison)'  ment for merely having in his possession Implements made for the purpose  of coining. The man had not coined  anything, but it seemed fairly' clear  that he had thoughts of doing so. * -  -i  The blow of this prophetic system olH  prosecution, however, falls most Hetty--  lly on the man who has already "Been,  convictedi  Such a person finds'it,*\\a ,-t  most impossible to shake off the lav-yZ /(���������/ / ���������  During his ticket of leave period tr Kv���������',  he does ,hot report' himself regularly,  be Is liable to be stent back. Not onlj'  this,* bdt ''if any action of his. strikes  tho police as suspicious it ls only necessary, according to the act,,to state  that there are "reasonable grounds for  believing that he gains his living by  dishonest moans," .' ;. , ,  Not only tiro ticket of leave men liable to unexpected arrest for no doflnlte  crime, but also any convict whatever.  For. seven years after the expiration  of the Bontehco passed on him if he refuses to gIVo his name,or address or  glvos a false one, or if he is found ln  any place, whether public or private,,  without bolng able to satisfy the court  why be was' there, be ls lia&le to i  year's Imprisonment,  A social gathering of criminals In  the east end was somo years ago suddenly Interrupted by the entrance of a  woll known dotectlvo, The company  was only engaged in the harmless occupation of smoking and chatting,  though, doubtless, only between  ������rlrow**, Sold tho dotoctlve,'  "A watch was stolen yesterday from  a gentleman ln Fife street, Now, one  of you knows whore It Is, Unloss you  deliver It up in twenty-four hours the  whole lot of you will bo run in tomorrow for being nllvo."  Being Interpreted, this monnt that  the dotoctlve had a special reason tor  recovering tho watch for his cllont, and  to save hlmsolf tlio ordinary process of  of Intltnldntlon.  By this throat he meant tliat the  whole company could be charged under the "prevention of Crimes act" on  ���������usplclon of not earning nn honest Hv-  li.a ������;��������� ������'vi "viiiwu*-, \tiLu iv;������m;*j������������ ������u������  Mrs. Casey���������'Tis a shame, Mrs. Cassldy, for yer husband to come home  drunk the way he does. It hurts me  to s-?e it Mrs. Cassldy���������I don't doubt  it, Mrs. Casey. Te always wuz ad  aft invious disposition.���������Philadelphia  -Press.  FASHIONS AND FANCIES.  Attractive   Originality  In  Fmra ��������� A  Melange ot Material,,.  Fascinating originalities give uncom-  mon attractiveness to the furs of the  season, ��������� For a few years past manu-  ���������^fap^prers have vied with one* another  in introducing striking novelties in materials and making all sorts of innovations in cut, garnitures and the combination of different kinds of pelts un-  ytJdg fur fashions ,are no longer the simple- tnatter they were once, when such  heresies as the mingling of lace and  buttons !with fur .were unheard of and  the* audacious mixing of totally unlike  6kius w6uld have been looked atagbast.  Who would'then bave dreamed of so  fascinating a confectipn as this chic  little sack bolero of'mink, with picturesque wing sleeves that melt into  a ,mass of lace and chiffon far from  rufiles? Pendent lines of brown velvet  falljon teither side of the front and aro  held'j-by large and particularly lovely  greep. buttons veiled in a filigree ot  A Good Style For Small Boya.  Of all styles invented for the benefit  Of small boys about three or four years  old there is none more popular than  the belted tunic. The above design  shows a most useful variation of it,  and, carried out (tunic and knickers aa  4  Si  ������YMING  FSLK  THE MAGIC BOTTLE.  A   Trick-That' Will  Teach   a   Mttlr  LesKon In FliyHiCN.  Here is a trick that will prove a pu*  zle tp those! who are not pretty well UJ*  in physics.  Take an ordinary dinner plate and'  fill it with water, then a small empty  bottle, aud assure the spectators that:  you are wizard enough to pour water:  through the solid bottom of the latter., -  Fass the bottle around that all may  see it perfectly empty and dry; then,..  having thrust a stick into it and heliP  It to the fire until it is very hot���������toff  tent.  Quite recently In a well known civil  lnwRiilt tho plaintiff's position was discredited by a dotectlvo witness who  came Into court and testified that he  Wfl������ "on tho mnrkpf."  This, being iutorpretod, meant that  the plfi!ntlfl"������ linlilt������ hnd not mot with  the tippvovul ot tho legion of plain  clothes detectives who nro known to  haunt London's streets. The methods  of those ge������tl������*m<m are not con ll mil to  the nctnsl dMortion of crimes so *m*iifb  ���������s to tlio gonoral watching at porfwm  SACK BOIiEBO f������ MINK.  gold and.strass, And chief among the'  features of the model ls a handsome  turnover collar of cloth of gold heavily  embroidered ln high relief. >  Beaver and golden otter are talked  of as popular furs of the season. These  pretty furs have been revived and will  be-��������� manipulated In many pleasing  ways. Beavelr forms extremely, effective corsage and sleeve decorations  on numerous cloth and velvet gowns.  White caracal mantle coats trlmm'od  with boaver represent luxurious theater" or driving wraps for the winter.  Ermine and chinchilla both remain  popular, and cither beaver or sable  makes a good combination with the  former.  Laco ls much used on fur, Its most  common application bolng as a plaiting  bonoath tho sleeves or/Shoulder capo,  8111c cords and braids and motifs of  embroldorod cloth nnd of velvet also  contribute to tho somewhat fantnstlo  array of elaborate embellishments now  allowable on fur garments. Among  autumn fancies a delicato gray suedo  cost with dull orange cloth collars and  facing* gives a striking yet pleasing  effoct.  The long basque Is to play a part In  furs as well as in cloth. Dyed moleskin has boen used in the making of  somo of these loug skirted coats that  are warm and light and mold them*  scArcs very becomingly to tho figure.  J. VEttNON WALDEIU  BOT'S T0NIO SUIT.  well) in any of the usual materials, it  will be found to be much appreciated  by those who have to provide for a  small boy's apparel. Needless to say,  the tunic can be .worn over any knickers and would appear to great advantage embellished with a pratty laco  collar for best occasions.  Ostrich and paradise'plumes are as  costly and as beautifulas.e.ver in new  winter colors. The paradise plume no  longer curves and droops, upon the old  lines), but is made to stand, up more In  algret form',- only it-, i������ more ,fiaring  and hasi been somewhat ebort^n-^L  THE WATER EISES'G IN TEE BOTTLE.  hot to hold; in tlie bare hands���������stand itr  mouth- downward, in tbe plate of. water. At the same time pour a tablespoonful of water on toe upturned bottom, as: if you were beginning to fill 'it  in thatVway:  Each time'you do this-tbe bottlo wilP  be ^eeh to retain iiiore water, and as a.  corresponding amount will have disappeared    from    the   plateful    froto*  'which,you are dipping it, it will easily*  appeal* as though the water had passeif  through' the" .bottom of the bottle.  'Of course-ihe, fact-is that the-water*  ;really rises from the plate with the.construction oif the air as the bottle cools.  1 'l���������������,.   A iilfe Job.- ���������     -"i     '-\-  Carter���������Well, old man, I've found my  life wofk' at l.astj- ��������� } ��������� ,  ' "ginlth-WlMit is it?    "    " '  s'  ;   Carter-rl have U<?gi*-i to study Russian.���������Somei'viJIe' Journal.   ���������  , .     ���������        j^_ ^ ,^       (  Evidence J(q the Contrary. ���������  , '.'Is he a jaw abiding citizen'?'' ��������� '  "No; he'owns' an automobile."���������New  York Tress,   i \������ ,,. ,,,,;  - ~r,  Hustle'Then. .   ., ^  .Work while you work���������  Anil* that's all right  Especially If '     "���������  The boil ia In fight  ..*!.  PERT PARAGRAPHS,  It ls easy enough to recognize a  fool^-outside of a mirror. ���������   ���������  Lazy people. art, termed easy going,  but it,is a misnomer. It is hard to get  'em started and, worse to keep 'em at  it        J  it-1  People who are around looking for  trouble don't need a search warrant   ,  A sure way to wjiji .a man's favor ls  to compliment him on having it trait  that lie doesn't possess,  An Ovemlfflit.  A glutton onco mado a bet that he  could eat ton apple dumplings nt one  sitting If the other party would puy  far the accompanying wine. After tho  n'nfh dtmi-ilfng, Iiowcmi', he dtslaad  himself.beaten. Sadly he regarded the  tenth dumpling, wUUU ������iiii ,epu.-ei\ ou  bis plain, HhaUing I.ih finger at it, he  Mid: "AU! If J'd known you'd be  left orer I'd havo eaten you first"���������  Argonaut  1S7H  It Is all right to talk about trnlnlng  up a child, but how is one to do it witb  the modern child without flrst getting  bis permission?  Tbe man who carries water on both  shoulders may die of drowning.  A drinking mnn grasps at a straw.  If there l* a drought within four  miles of a drug store It ls not the fault  of tut* uruggmu  linking dead ita res is good practice  for the man who has a hunch that he  may be obliged to shovel snow later on.  A ?\ ,,.'>.,...,',i*.  i;;.>4,,uj,  Tho mm wot (J<vvn Ida K^ld-an bare,  And tl������������n they r-irneil to wave  An-1 nil tlio Nky with ilizillng atari���������  I'd ullppcd upon tho pnvel  -Hoston Htrnld.  ���������   : THE GIRAFFE.  Hard    Fpr    It    to    Browne    on   -ihe*  Gronnb^So.It LivcM Hlgrh.  "You'can.always'tell giraffe country" ���������  at a glance," said Captain ^Ian-el, the, *  big"game hiihtor. "A place of lo^v bush-.  fcs or .no,'bushes-or trees at all is surer  not,tp Jiavo'a'ny glra'ttes in it.  Always-  ldoli for low 'trces.!.\ylth abundant leafage b6fore'iyott';,lQpljtfor the.glTaffes. No^  matter how>tforfjjo the( ground rahy boor how fujjdt .niny^b'o of" fine juicy   :  grasses and other v������gPtation thatwould'  fttrnish abundant' food for the giraffe--,  yoq won't be likely to find them unless  thero, are'trees,"The reason for tills is*-.  that It Is very nearly as hard for a gi������-  rafte to browse -on the ground as it  would be for a mnn to sloop'over without getting on hands and knees and  pick something' up from tho ground  with his mouth,   Thero la ne raore>  awkward and painful sight'than to sece  ono of. thoso beautiful beauts .-feeding? ���������  from tho fcroynd. V It 'straddles Its, imW  mouse .forqlpgs, out sideways till thoy  Ipol; as ,if thoy wci-c' being strclchpil  llko India rubbfcf,' Thon it slowly anil  clumsily lowers! its body. Jerking its  fprclogs spasmodically to keep Its bnl*  anco, Tliat Js���������.wli,vn 'gfrnffo Is not en*   '  gbr"to" browso on,low growing vegetar-   ,  tion."   .,; .-������������������   [t"\.   y   Y>    ;,  .-���������  ��������� i '    ' '  Faililon'e Behoelis.'     *  'Among the novel shapes in tho fnllf\  and wlntor mllllhery tlio high crowned' '  hat will have a promlneut place, but  it must be worn by tho right womau -  and wltb tho right tollpt. i  A brilliant color season is ln prospect  though at tho snmo tlmo we retain the *-  lovely pale pastel shades.  Louis XVI. and dlroctolre styltos arsr  now well assured.  The now tourist coat, semlfltted or  looso and doublo breusted, Is a useful  garment,  Chiffon veils in all colors are worn  with traveling htiln and add un nlr of  stylo nnd gruce thnt Is very fotohlng,  Skirts this yoar rtro distlngulRhed'*  by tho concentration of their trimmings, whatever thoy mny bo, from  tho knee lino to the bottom, whether  tho skirts are of street or of bouwc  length.  Greon veils in dark myrtlo tones ar������������  ono nf ���������!!������������ mll(fnoi-������' fnnMfo'  Instep length Still prevnlln tor tttreo^-  skirts.  A polorlno flchu of either coarse oe  flnu Into or shirred chiffon, with long-  grnoeful ends, makes a f-niiirt but com-  * plain frock.  .M-^M      W      *^***-.V  -Crltl-rnl Aitprtivnt.  "I like your clu-ck," reniarkod tho  fiifiser n^ lie klssi-il her again.���������Harvard Lampoon,  ll<-lli!',������������-i.  the mloroU-n f!,*.iu'W, r\-*rvwhfire|  There In in r',l:iti<'<' to ������T<n;>,t It.  C i-   -.!..,is-?S  ���������i tWre th������r%  XX'h.t it\n we Co al'-ur If?  -Wanningtea tun.  eweet vxtxeto aeaim...     '   *  Prom the boiled  sweet point������ ������������������  mnde  a delicious  southern  densert.  ! a potato custard, which enn be i-dro-  ply a topless pio mixed with mignr ami  butter and bo pnt ir n rich enixt t*r  can hnve added to the mnahed mixture ������jggi', 'butter, fine spires, sugar  and lemons, then put In a trust witit  , roerlngue on top, baked a dainty  brown and served to fiefcle unacquainted palates with nleo mint and myftfo*  i rlous wonderment Sell FLOUR. I  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  M Electric Process "  FIVE ROSES  ��������� Patent Process "  Our Prices the Lowest,  J)o Not Take a Cheap or Inferior  Flour when you can get these Two Standard  Flours tit the Same Price.   '.   *    ;  pjggs & Why te.  - i  \. B. an&erson. AW-  ^Advert^X^JJ^  ganged,   should ������et   copying  9 a.m. d*V before issue-  The Editor will not be responsible for the  views, sentiments, or any errors of compos!- ���������  tion of letter correspondents.   job Work Strictly~C- 6, D-  Transient Ads Casb in Advance.  ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY.  ������ *������.-.������                 .$2 oo a year,  Subscription. ������"  A number of persons are wishing  to be informed through our columns  ���������'aB4o4h8-diapi)ji^^tbej������on^  obtained from the late Exhibition  and Concert. Mr Carey 'will gladly give aU desired information. The  projaoters intention was to have  the money applied to the purchasing of new black-board and other  requisites; but at the black-boards  have alrea^ j^triyed and been paid  forotitof the soiiool (und; strong  and serviceable furniture will be  purchased to furnish a class room  ���������lor the junior department,  We cannot, indeed resist a certain  admiration for the haughty refusal  of the Caar, after more than a year  of cruel war, in which he has drunk  the cup of hitter disappointment to  the dreys,  to admit defeat, so long  as his country possesses an army  and a fleet,   Russia has been beaten,  but not to her knees,   She still re*  fuses to kneel.   It is magnificent���������  lave for the thousands of victims���������  but in It wisdom?   Last desperate  efforts have  sometimes snatohed  viotory out of defeat, and this ii  doubtless the hope whioh buoys up  the Czar.   It is probable that there  are times when the Czar recalls the  ante-bellum-���������and  anti bellum���������  advices of his great Minister De  Witte, and bitterly regrets that it  wub not heeded and adopted.   His  brave warning to the Czar, that if  tho Governraont did not move in  the matter of favoring conservative  concessions and progress toward an  enlightened representative Government, tho people would soon rise  nnd take matters into their own  handp.   It was because of that at*  titude that he was compelled to re*  tire from the place at the head of  thu treasury, tn which U had )*���������������  of so great service to Russia.  ***��������� "H i" i l i ��������� iii fr ��������� mmmamammaamm  When a person puts on a cap not  intp-ndfd for thorn, ruid finds that it  fits, there ia evidence ol* a guilty  '������������������������>*?.oio.T'<������.   No on.s li.i'u any  bu������i  j     A Danc$ will  be   given  by the  ! young ladies of Comox in the K of P  ' Hall, June 8th 1906.   Refreshments  and Ice-Cream.     Admission 75cts.  Mr Georpe Clinton offers a prize  of $5.oo to Public School pupils, for  the best eBsay on the war of 1812-  14, and an additional prize of $5.oo  for the best argumentas to who was  the greater General, Ceasar or Hannibal The time of competion to be  decided on later  The following patent has been  pecured through the agency of Messrs  Marrion &Marrion. Patent Attorneys, Montreal. Machine for raking  and cooking hay. Hugh A. Grant.  Comox, B. C.  A Masonic banquet will be held  -to-rTight,in4hei,Cumher.land_in_hjQni.  our of the Grand Lodgp visitors of  the order. A similar function takes  place to morrow night at the Courtney House.  THE   MAKERS OF   ,  !,TK1L1GIIB BOOT"  ( ] lAre-'Oldtimers'* of the West  They know to a   nicety,   the  climate and pe^rHphual condi-  1 r  tinns thit cull for a special cUss  of footwear to meet 'hese conditions.  Eastern ph'>emAnc������nn������>tknow  these thins*1 from mere hearsay.  Thev must live "ont wet"���������  get'��������������� lie local color" as it were  ���������hecotne pteeppd in western experience and knowledge obtain  able only by living the life of a  Westernor, before they can hope  to make f-afisfactory footwear  for the etrenuou *dife of the toilsr  in western forept^, fields and  mines.  "THK LECKIE ROOT"*i������ a  western product ior western  people.  Look for Ihe trade mark up*  on the sole.  MANUFACTURED BY  BEER  No Better Lager Brewed In America.  The Oldest Established Brewery in British Columbia.  offices    Victoria BG-  'I':.  \;;t  ��������� ).v  **> *  iit.Xi i������ai, t'i %si I.i t.������..*  mi   tl-  advancement of tho town tlwy live  In, all such afflicted should be quar-  lined.  Telegraphic     News  Nanaimo,   6���������Manager Stockett  of the Nanaimo  mine was inter  viewed last evening and apked if he  had any interest in the two cases of  infraction of the new  eight hour  law which comeiup for trial at Lady*  smith tomorrow and replied that he  had not the slightest.   He was interested naturally to see how<the  couits would view the legislation as  he believed there was some reason  to think the law was not sound but  but the Western  Fuel Co. so hud |  abriolftely nothing to do with these '  cases.  Paris, 6���������M. Delcasse todav presented his resignation and definitely  retired.from any further direotion  oLforeign affairs of France.  Nanaimo, 6���������There is absolutely  no change in the situation. Stockett  is here nnd it is thought negotiations  ior a settlement will he under*way  the latter part of this week.  Berlin, 6���������Crown Prince Frederick William and the Duohess Cecilia  of Meckloinberg Sobworin were  married today.  New York, 6���������Up to this hour it  has been impossible to confirm the  Berlin report of the Czars assassination cabled inquires to various capitals fail to elicit corroboration of  the repurt and in tlio ahsence of  nowB irom St Petersburg it should  be accepted with great caution,  Berlin, Oth���������Thero is an unoonflrmod report thut the Russian Emperor haw boon an-  saiiuated,  St Petersburg, Oth���������Minister of tho Interior Boullgan ami Admiral AlexiefF bead  of tho Committee of tho Fur East have tendered their remgua'.iona whioh the Emperor  ban not aooepted,  BUlrm-t-re,  N.W.T.,  litsh ��������� Firs ii rag.  lug io the Krauk Coal mine-,   it broke out  lost uig'ii a ui'iiu Uvut ihe m������iu lutrjun,  8 Peternburg, Okh-L������bur leader* are negotiating for the purpose of decliriog a gen-  erul Htriku next Saturday.  Tokio (Ith���������Admiral   Vamamota,   Mini*  st-iir ot th������i Navy him tim*i|jn-,0iiwi (towers ior  ths room nf Admiral Kuj-.-stvunHky. Ac-  uotiipuuyiufj il.f* ilu-vem WiUi ti K'tter to Uiu  .v^ii'.'i."! K",' -rm .411, ������������������,��������� *���������vvii)4     "1 bi-|������ to  '.-, |    ^  ,'v- , ; * ..   ,"     '    .... \ r���������-:,.t  .;,  ui d\w.y iiku a, tol nr iu ligh lug   litsptii.  ��������� n\j f. r lh������> a*l������u ol > our fatherland. I  cmtnot refrain from sympiif hitting with you  in -four wonud-Ml condition and ho\m Dm  -tooomodations of onr hoopiul sod ability of  ���������or ovrel wrgtone will eaee your suffering  aud ep-etdily roitoro >our lioaltb.''  Royal Baqk of Cartada  Capital (paid up), $3,000,000  Reserve Fund    3,000,000  Undivided Profits,     303,748  T. E. KENNY, President. K. L. PEASE,GENKRAti Managi*^  \  v,  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department:���������Deponita of $1 aiid upwards received;   Interest ������].  lowed at current rates, compounded twioe each year on 30th Jane and 31st December.  Drafts on all points bought and sold.  A. W. HYNDWAN, Managbr.  OFFICE HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday 10 to 12; open  Pay Nights 7 rtm- to 9 pm  NOTICE  REWARD.  In the matter of the "Munioipali-  ies Iucorporation Aot" and in the  ' matter of the extension ot the limits of the City of Cumberland.  Public Notice is hereby   given that  the  Corporation of the   City   of   Cumberland  have maile formal application to the Lieutenant Governor in Council fbr an extension  of the limits of the municipality so as to include within said corporate limits the following property:���������that is to uay,  Block 1,  ��������� Lot (I) and Block H Lots (1), (2), (3), and  (4) according to the certified plan of Elijah  Priebt, a Provincial Land Surveyor, and be-  -.ing-a SubrDivision of Part of Lot 21,  Nelson District, Province ofBFiTiBh~ColumbiaT-  The said plan isMuly  filed  in the   Land  Regibtry Offioe, V-iotorta B.C.  Dated at Cumberland B.C.   this   16th  day of May ^05.,  LAWRENCE wfNlJNNS, City Clerk.  WESLEY WILLARD, Mayor. .  I-     (VI i-u .J  "���������" ���������  OVERLAND   MAIL   EXTENSION'  .   )"').,'i ^  .-I,  Our neighbours at Oyster and  Campbell rivers are very badly off  in the matter of mail delivery At  present, they must either come to  the post office at Grantham, 10  tnilen from Oypter River, and 22  from Campbell, or crops over to  Valdez Island, a trip of considerable  distance, and at many times dangerous and often impossible/There  are now a number of settlers in that  section, and ninny men working in  logging cump������ eto and the extension of the overland weekly mail  service will relieve a pressing necessity, Perhaps Mr Sloan will endeavour to do something in this direo-  tion. ';'  THE INTERNATIONAL CORRESPOND,  BNOB  SCHOOLS.    ��������� ,  ��������� ���������l *     V i        l mi Ml i   |     l  F, X, Holl, of geattlo, speoial agent of  tbe Intern������tional Corroipondenoe Sohooli  of SorantonPa,, will apend ������everal days  -wily in Jane in Cumberland, dlipoalng of  ���������took of tho oompany.  The following regarding the school's  standing li from " Tho Uuited Statu In*  vuhtor" of Dooembor 4th lOOSt���������  Tho nchool has been a very mooesiful en-  torpriso, and for (she paet six yean 0% per  annum bai boen paid on tbo itook,  The report for tho year ending May 31,,  10u4, showed that $2,050,750 of etook had  beon it-iraed, Last month a meeting of tho  ���������tookholderr waa held and It wu votod to  .liHue 81,000,000 moro stook and we understand that of thii Uiue nearly J hai already  beon fold, Thii itook wai firit offered to  stookholdtn at $125 per ihare, in 20 monthly payment!, leu 6/��������� and the baiaooe is i-o-  ing offered to the publio at *iUb m> y*r  ���������hare.  Of thii Inoreaae the oompwy intendi t0  lino 8300,000 for completing iti printing and  bonk-oinrling ���������Mtabimitu'vitl, $190,020 for  ite equipment, and 8300,000 for establishing  tho work nf tho school in the colonies.  jv--������>���������������������������'���������.���������.���������-* ago thii Company i������iued 1500,  000 bonds and up to Sept SO, 1004, it had  dffpoftited ln its linking fund 1*213,08 4,02 to  varrt the retirement of these boudi and  uvur I of this latter amount hs������ been used  to retire tome) of tlto bondi.  The company tmpU������j"i about 1,000 la  SltnwUm, Pa,, and about 1,800 mora lo iti  A reward of One hundred Dollars,  ($100) will be paid by the Corporation of the City of Cumberland  and a further sum of $25 will be  paid by Andrew Mills, for information leading toT"the conviction of  the party or parties Who wilfully  pet fire to the Vendome Hotel on  the morning of April, 21st,  By Order.  L. W. Nunns, CM. C.  .GUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied at Lowest Market Prtoes  Vegetables  A  Great Variety will   always be  in stock ;   also a supply of  Fresh Fish  will be on Sale every Wednesday  ���������    ���������   o "  Your patronage is cordially invited, and  all orders will be promptly delivered.  brother Mr S. McKnight. After the  ceremony a dainty repast was served  and the happy'pair-left for Cornqx  to take the "City" for a honeymoon  ramble to Vancouver and Victoria.  The brides' travelling costume was  an exceedingly becoming fa wn-color-  copluroe with large champagne  oolored silk tulle hat and plume.  The wedding gifts formed a beautiful and admirably chosen collection ....  of silver and china, with iiumeroi*^^  serviceable and useful household  articles of almoHevery description.  The list of presents will be- published next week.      *  '  GUN CLUB.  J, NlcPfiee & Son  PROPRIETORS.  A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.  Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding  P.les. Druggists refund money it PAZO  OINTMENT fails to cure any earn, no mac  ter of bow long Htanding, in 0 U> 14 days.  First application gives e ��������������������� aud rent, 50o,  If your diuggist hain't it send 50c in stamps  and it will be forwarded post-paid by Paris  Medicine Co., 8c, Louis, Mo,  FOB SALE  The following is the score of the  Cumberland Gun Club on Monday  eveni ngrJune-5t h���������Or-H���������Fechnerp  11; L. Piket, 16; E. ,8kmner��������� Ag,  10; T. Bate. 15; F. Jayues, 18; J.  Bruce, Ag, 2; J. Roe, Ag, 11; W.  Haymati, Atf,?; T. Whyte, Ag, 6;  T, Hudson, 13; H. Mc Phee, 17; F.  Ramsay, Ag,;^;  The fo.lowirtjirtt' th-t Feoffor the  Napier & Bruce prize;-  '/$Flfa*ks'<t  26: T. Hudpon, 14; F,Rai^||'lg>*v  H. McPhee. l%\ H. Morgan,, 10; out  of a posHib e 30,  A two soated, light wagon. Nearly  now. Cushioned Boats, Pole and  Bhafto   A bargain.  Apply, News Office.  Cnlsirao, the best sanitary wall  finish, in all Bhades, for sale by C.  H. Tarbell.  agenolo"f throughout the wr rid, Tho book  value of the etook li oUimed to bo $160 per  ���������hare and we understand that the company  has *arutd at tha rate of $000,000 per annum for the last six yean, Its reoelpta  from -scholarships alone for tho year ending  May 31, 1004, were over 84 000,000. The  sohool is highly regarded and wo should om-t  sider tho stuok a good investment at tho  present quotations,  WEDDING.  The marriage of Mr Robt. Mo  Knight and Mies Mary Halorow  was quietly celebrated nn Thursday  evening lost, at the residence of the  bnHe.s parents. The drawing-room  hnd ht*exx artitfieallvdecorated with  btiulilul flow ore for the occasion.  Rev Mr Simon officiated in the pros*  ence of immediate relatives and  irmnub Tim l.iiuw wttc Ucocul'.fely  gowned in white silk poplin trimmc'  with silk applique and tulle,  The bridesmaids were Mi seen Flora  and Bessie McKnight and Mi������������ II,  Halcrowuach looked ���������shirming iu  while o-ifhmcrc and old lncc Th������-  bride wag given away by bor father,  Ihtx groom wai supported by his  Fair  JL M liftJI ^.  site-'.'  IS -&.LX4 "WTB -, JaJBSBL'.  TU.ST a cbtnoe to ahow you that  J we a) ways please our customerd  by supplying them with the BEST  'MEATS at the .lowest market  prices.   A trial order will con vine*  you.        ��������� ' ;.*:���������'.;-..   ,..-  THE  OJTY  Meat   Market,  W, W, McKAY, Proprtoior.  '������������������������mm������mm*n*M^M������  Fletcher bros.,  Donlors in High-grade  PIANOS ������o  ORGANS  The oi Minted OKiuuun UxnutmAV,  Mknw;i>hoiin .nd VViluamh pianos......  From  $300 up.   muiti rmamt   ., ,*  ... #,.,.  T. B-BATE, Lootl Agent.  ,       i    H                i f ' '     '"���������  Tiiat r-������Hvi������d fit C H, TutWIV h  fine assortment of new flitf for  trout IWiing.  TO ODKB "A COLD Uf MtlPAT.  Tak LAXATIVE RROMOQUI5TNR Tab-  lata. All druggists refold the mmWI if it  fails tn mre. F W. fiftm't sffttBtroro Is  on each box,   8be.           'r i   --i iiif���������^���������****~���������---������������������  House Lining and   Wall   ftp*  M  Cheap John's. *  \


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