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 ���������������* - ���������������  ' ��������� -"*  "~"  ������*.   A  *        r t -w ,. *-  *\  l^eWAi^ ���������-   -      * * -rj-  "j    JUf{l91905     -Ji  a  }  V  TWELFTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B. C. WEDNESDAY,     JUNE, 14 5905  AT THE BIG STORE  %  Local and Personal  Sirawherries To-dav.   15*: per lb  Napier'do Partridge.  Warm weather lenders that are worthy of your  Meu'a Fine Blaohi-r Cut. Don'gola SIioi-h. Goodyear Welt  Meu'aTauCalfakittShiie-i, Blnoher Cut.  attention.  $3.������o pair.  $4,00 pair.  Ladies  Boyal  Purple  Dongola  Shoes  $3 50  f  Ladies  Royal  Purple  Dongola  Oxfords  S3.50  Equal to Any $4.00 Shoes on the Market  Miner, Dongnl*, One Strap Buckle Slippers. :......... .$1 .Wpr ���������  L*diea and Gents T-aiji.u a-.d Licros-e Shoes.    No (leal with ua is completed  ui.til you are nausfiad,  '  HOSPITAL   MEETING.  \ Simon Leiser & Co. LtD.  ������/U  ���������JS .'.���������������-  tftmrntw+^A*******^^  Nicholles..& Renouf, Ld.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. O.  just received large shipment of  :h*  .^.������  IR03T   A.G0S  CULTIVATOR^,   SKEi) PHILIP,   NVHKKL HOKS, Kto.  VBUY I..AT1WT .IMVItOVKMlSNTf*  Call nnd boo them or write for ofttaloguea aud prices.  Sole Atrents for B.O.*'.      PO. Drawer 563  Telephone 82.  *J2&  WEARE  WJ  ���������'^- AFTER Y01I  .<"  If you are niM alroady ft cu*"  tenner, we want your trade,  either direct or through your  dealt* who will procure any  linen tbnt you wieb. ::  of ou*   Wc* guarantee   absolute    satisfaction   HBMBMBBR   THAT,  We will ������nvo you money���������Try us���������end -with the help of olir  C<* I.*  ���������a-h!<*^> '���������* !'������������������?���������������������von Kitn ->(-Vf������(-t  nny or nil inf 'yonr  Home Furnishing Needs  from the largpitsiock in Western Canada.  That'll a propoBiton wnrlh your fionclderatinn.  oc  For Kalsomining. Paper.hanging  Glazing  and   ^amtinj.      aee  rtch'd. McGregor,  GurnberUnii Hotel.  Hungarian Ptour 18 50 per hhl.  N.pltr&Partndga. #  A Japanese was* i-eriouidy injured  by ������ t-lmi Kiting off when h������ waa  ������������������lose by ji, on Monday morning at  Nu 5 ������w*fl A fit i i-oun* dcU) c*u������  od by tht cw ftecomirxu f������*t, the  injured wun itched the ho*-  pitnl   in   the afternoon.   lie ttie*  eiimlMil tn hia iniiirliM in ihn.*k-r&nln������  Mr.-? DK-Davis of Nunaimo is expected tn be iii CuinberlanCi for the  evu-inp ot July 12lli with about 40  juvenile'per-f a tine it* who will appear iti "Pinafoie". The proceeds  to be gis'eh* to Trinity Chu'oh.  T. E. B;ite:has jtist received l ton of  Wall Paper'..  Small girl to Editor-School master "Please Sir; may I go home at  reces?*, "iiio*!her requires me?  School-master-Editor "Dees* your  Ma take ihe "En'.erprise" Sarah.  Small girl������������������ "NoSir".-  Editor Sohool master���������''Then you  can't go'*.  For Gurdeii Ho-p, Lawn mowers.  Ice C enm freezers, Mixfd painin  and hruf he-, Wallpaper, Hainmocka  Tenrds Racquets, Fishing tackle,  Poultry Petting, Garden tools, wheel-  burrows, etc. etc. Go to the Big Store.  Rev. Mr Simon conducted services in the Presbyterian'Chnreh  on Sunday last, he is a ��������� sea Ions  misfionary who speaks yith .an  earnestne-is and directness appar  ently born of intense convictions.  His sermons l-jeld the undivided  attention of ihe"congregation.  A "Drop In Price this applies to a  Car���������shipment of Flour, Wheal,  Sh- rts aed Bran just arrived call  and get Our prices. Napitr & Partridge.  The  St   Georges   Presbyterian  *Guild-Hnjoy_ed,Hn--Outing;,toiEierc)U8  beach on Wednesday afternoon last.  Probably nothing i* morenatisfac-  t^ry thnn good reliable food prod  nets. The inner man always wants  the best-. Particular people find  perfect satisfaction'in buying the r  groceries At. tho Big Store.  Edito--School maaier���������?A1I stam!  whose parent** subscribe to iln  "Enterpiise" (Short silence)  Editor School nmt������t������r--uThoP(*  who nre sitting please, f**ay in after  scli-ool and write an ei-say on ''how  io get rich quick witlioui a bonut**  from the town Counoil". One yean-  subscription to Enterprise fiVe to  writer of best e-say.  Soda Water Fountain!*, and  Sparklet Ku'.bs. for making coolina  n timer drinks at, Napier & Partridge.  Preparation!* for the 12lh of July  nm proceeding apace and every  thing appeals to promish a day of  atiruction sufficient to ranke it quite  worth while for visiiort* lo make  Cumberland their reudezvoua oh  thb occasion  The wtttning number   for   the  Garden Swing At the Big fitore is  181  Mius Denton hu? gone on a vipit  to the upper country foe the benefit  of her health. ���������  Hunt Lime Juioe quaU size bolt leu  only 85 cents.  Napier & Partridge.  Mrs Gibbon?, formely MissHnt*  lie Cmrk at one time niillher in  S eveiisun'a, Cumberland, id visit  ing Mr������ Hy  Cameron.  The NvM-eai ludii in fancy work  Pioctor'H patent Wheel or Squures  for milking Teneriffe Lace.  Huiinped corira Uoylie������ and table  ooven lo he hud ai The llig Btort*.  The Presbyterian Church people  of the Valley hold a vale of work  on thu 14th, ui Courtney, ftith the  "* -o.'\\ r<'fr**"*hnv.'tity  r������vaioet4 ol ejk������eil*--uc qnwU >, ull  ottrefu.ly picked over b**f*������re being  i" ni out to our cu*������ omern 121b 25o  or *1.75 per uackut Nupicr vV* Part-  r:.i..  ..  ������������*���������������*  Tne Young Lndleii danco, held nt  Comox last Thu f������day was a pro  iiotinced uco <-i, the capacity of  the Hall bun g uied to itu utmost,  and quite a handponie sum was  toaliitd, which, it it* ufidwroio^J,  will be uHcd toward.** needed icpaird  and alteration* tu the Hall-  A few frieudu enjoyed the honjii-  tality of Mr J. Hrydon on Sunday  in an outing up the lake uu hit  launch. Among the gii������-������i wer*  Mr Tarbell and family > v.\ Mr.-* Ii  P.ColliiandUuiily with Miw D.  Present:-Pres. Abrams, Hirectora  Ripley. iMcKnigbt, Mounce, Magnone, Doherty and Roe aud Sect'v.  Dalhy.  Minute? read and adopied.  Account*.".���������J H. Collins. $4 50;  J. McPhee & Sons, $82 73; S J.  Piercy. $9.65; Riggs & Whyte. *W.  04; Napier & Partridge, $5U0.">; M.  Woods $8 40; W. Riley, $9 70; Mb*  Mounce. $2o*j; Laundrv,$;->.io, Salaries. $113.oo; Light, $5*ii������; Water,  $2.25.   Ref'd to Finance Com.  Dr Gille*-pia entered here  and p-eseuted ^an account,  from Hendtn-on Bro*?. for mtdical  supplies for $17 12,   Orde ed paid.  Cash received:-Sick fund, $41.25  Falient8, $49.oo.  Matron's report read. No. of  patients for May.- Whites, 21, Asiatic, 4.  Days treatment, Whiten 300, Asiatic 58.   Total 358.  Reported that Miss McOuat h--d  taken her holidays for 4 we*-ks.  Matron applied for temporary nurse  until the staff had taken their summer vacation.    Leave given.  Moved, seconded and carried that  Comraiitee be empowered tii call foi  tenders for the erection of a new  ward, and for re-shingling old ward  Moved, soconded and carried that  nurses be allowed 4 weeks vacation  instead of 2 weeks. Time of granting leave to be left in the hands of  Doctor and matron.  Meeting adjourned.  i . ��������� -1  SCHOOL-BOARD���������MEETINGv  - 1905 -  Wall.- Paper  ji;3t akkivkd at thb  The  MAGNET  GASH STORE.  1  100 PatteriH to ch'ios*) from.     I  2 Dou'de Holla for 25������t.s, up-vardi.  timse Lniing, Nlirc-irt Pun-.-i, 50Stia-dea oft  AlaSa-Hint*. E t,i..uel<, ttuiu-i, Varuijh,  Whiti: g. HrinhDn. oto.  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE,  Cumberl-and  Communication from Mr W. B.,  Anderson layingacomplaint against  Mr J A. Bate, public i-chool teacher, for owning and editing a news*  paper Resolved that the eoratfiu  ideation be laid on table" and the  matter h*������ referred to the Superintend ntof lid uca tion  Resolved that tenders be   called  - J905 -  wall - Paper  for putting new   black   boa-da ,.in  porition.   Also tbat tender* be cal-,  led for painting two rooms in. tbe  School building.  ���������Reijol ved_-t.hatJ24th_-_oOJ sy^fuwL  be u-ed to n������y for the   hew   black  bnaids.     Resolved   that  eutriuice  do rs to school building be made to  op*-n both ways.  Meeting adjourned.  TOR* SALE  Lot 2, Block 14. Penrith Avenue.  A full --ized lot in a desirable location. Terms. Apply E.J. .Tudd.  317 Cordova St West Vancouver.  ���������m  ��������� JlT THB ������BB3ST STOH.EJ'-  HE MSTVFOOD  FOR WARM  :  -WEATHER.':  is fruit, Nice Fresh Fruit is always relished-but  especially so in warm weather, when it is seasonable.  No trouble to prepare fo- the table���������plenty ol it  for little money. Our supply is Always Fresh mid  Always Complete���������Always Reasonably Priced.  Oranges  Bannanas  Apples  Strawberries  CANNED FRUITS In Tins.  St.Mwbcrries  Raspberries  Peaches,  Pftftr*****  Apricots  from 20c j er tin.  Pineapple, sliced, 2 tint 2Sctt.  A*ftor,ed Pie Fruits In Gallon  Tint,  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE. s  -JS-Jf--  ***..  -**S-������\.  -jrf  *$���������  mm  Hi   -  By the lead ot bis eyes 'twas plainly  to be seen he had not slept for forty-  eight hours or so, but otherwise his aspect was as if newly out of a perfumed  bandbox. Suddenly his gaze caught  Peggy at the crossing, fixed itself upon  the lace cravat at her throat, and then,  with a spring as alert as that of any  .monkey throwing himself out of tree  by hia tail this mirror of fashion thrust  his head out at window, jerked his  coachman's arm, said In a voice not  loud, but piercing:  "Worthing, run down the young gentleman at the crossing. Don't'hurt him,  but run him down, an' I'll give you 20  shillings!" He then sank back again  amid the pillows.  No sooner said than done.  Just at the Instant when Peggy recalled her position and was bewildercd-  ly wondering where sbe had wandered  to, clutching her bundle and all of  a muddle, click! grazed coach wheels  against her shins, cock went her hat  into the puddle; but, heaven be praised,.  her wig clung, and she clung to her  bundle. Out of coach the pink brocade  gentleman, down from the rumble his  footman, pick up Lady Peggy, hat and  all, rubbing the mud out of her silk  stockings, clapping ber hands; yet relented she not from the bundle, and all  a-breath the loller cries: ;  "Into my coach, sir. I do humbly  crave pardon, sir; I do indeed. I'll  not take no for an answer, sir, not by  my oath..:. Such a damage from one  gentleman to another, sir, demands all  the reparation possible,' sir." And  forthwith Peggy is lifted into the  _splendid coach, and the splendid gen-  put you up at the best club's, introduce  you to the prince, present you at court,  dine, wine, mount you���������gadzooks, Sir  Robin, the man that'invented that tie  of the lace," tipping his finger at Lady  Peggy's homemade cravat, "deserves  all and more than Brummel can do for  him!"  At which Peggy laughed the more  heartily, as that she felt the paper beneath her coat skirts crack wider, and  was spent wondering what she should  do when they should reach Peter's  Court and when she might be able to  get iuto her Levantine once again.  of such courage and skin at cards, saddle or the dance." ,  The wbiqh as he read it'gave Sir  Percy no great food for congratulation,  but the rather caused him to sink into  a kind of melancholy from which no  effort of his companion could arouse  him. Like a dullard he sat, staring at  the print or the walls the livelong day  and far into the night, waiting for  Grigson's re turn and beside himself  with a silent, jealous fury as each new  entrance to the coffee room gave his  A-visltm- in tne neiguuornooo r* Mr.  Grigson turns on his heel and chirrups  for his mount ''...''  "No," returns Cbockey, "she ain't"  "Well, whereabouts is she? For. if  It's as far as the Injies, Grigson's bound  to find her and deliver this love letter!"       _ .': '  "I don't know .where she is, sir,"  whimpers Chock. (  "There, there! Don't be a-cryhi* and  a-sobbln', duckie. I ain't gone yet. Go  ask his1 lordship the address, bring me  tleinan springs in after her, andTUe"  footmen jump up, and the whip cracks,  and off they whirl before she can open  her mouth.  "Mr. Brummel, at your service, sir,"  continues he, feeling of Peg's, palm,  noting the wound at her wrist and the  pallor of her face which shines even  through the coffee stains. "We're en  route to Peter's Court, where my surgeon'.'., shall attend youV ,!Slife, sir,  'yo'jitfe. hqt Vburt, Pm sure! I told  Wbrthing not to endanger a hair of  your head,; and it's impossible he  should have disobeyed me."  Peggy hears this singular string of  speeches, and, although stunned a bit  and not a little alarmed in her mind,  ���������he has country breeding at her back  an^. such a, robust constitution as ral-  Hen/On the spot.  . "i'd  be obliged.  Mr.  Brummel,  If  you'd set me down at once, sir. I'm  none the worse, and I've business of  import calling me far hence and with  dispatch."  ''Never, sir, never!" returns Beau  Brummel, with (in Joiprosslve wave of  his jeweled'Jiarid.'i "Zounds, sir, i had  yog spilled to get me the pattern and  fashion of tying your cravat from you������  and split me if ,1 let you go until I've  mastered that adorable knot! I've my  reputation at stake, sir, for the tying  of 'em. You'vo outdono tno at your  throat, sir, and, 'tis Beau Brummel,  tlie best dressed and worst Imitated  map In Europe, that hns tlio honor of -  telling you so. Como, come, sir," continues this nonesuch, famed alike at  court nnd brawl for his finery nnd  drollery, "out with your name, sir, I  bog, and render mo your otorually  grateful."  Lndy reggy's gnsse fall* Inadvertently ou tbo bundle across ber kuoos. It  begins to bulge and burst tho paper  and string; Indeed, a tnpo of her petticoat Is oozing out ovcu now ns sho  pokes it hack, biding Its telltale under  the skirt of her coat  ���������"Sllfo!" says Peggy to borsclf In a  terrible bent. "An 1 must stop a man,  I mpst God's wlll-or tho devil!*, ns  find snys-*bo dono!" And forthwith  sho tucks up ber knoo, lays baud ou  sword hilt, laughs" quite merrily and  answers: ��������� -������  '  "Sir Robin McTart of Roblnswold,  lieu*, al >oui -.-.itlvt, Ur. P rum me!.  I do prolcsd, upon my onlh. 'twin* a  marvelous device to spill mo to borrow  my tie! 'Tls yours, sir, and tbe fashion  of it, an you'll do mt tbe bouor to a->  ccpt A lesson."  "bir Kouiu McI'iuC"' tthvi*.-* Ike nr."*  delightedly. "My old friend Sir Hector's son and heir? I swoar, boy',: you.,  favor not your slro, Pence to bis soul,  'twas an ugly gentleman, whllo you,  tlr���������zounds! Tho ladles Ml ninko bay  for you, I prornf������c yon. \Vhoro do you  itop? Aro you up In town long? Wbftt  lutU'U do you Ivluz'i"  "Tbo King's Arms, sir, In tbe  Strand," replies Peg glibly, while tbe  Beau frowns, 'Tm arrived but yesterday. I brought not n letter, sir, There  you have tny history,"  "No Kin-*-'* Anus for Str ricctor'f  ���������on. You'll home with me, lad, and  I'll show you what iown lifo Is,   I'll  CHAPTER VI.  SOMEWHAT later in the day. as  the sun peeped In at the narrow  windows of Kennastou's garret , In Lark lane, It shone  straight down upon the face of Peg's  twin and also upon that of Sir Percy  de Bohun, just returned, after a tub  and a grooming at the hands of his  faithful man Grigsou, who even now  was performing like offices for the  young host. The other gentlemen had  long since been set upon their legs aud  fetched off to their homes by their  men.  Percy held bis chin between his  palms, his elbows resting upon the table, where cards and glasses still littered.  " 'Sdeath, Kennaston!" cries he without moving..."I can live this fashion no  longer! To be shot* like, a partridge,  would be better.. Flouted, by Peggy, derided by this upstart, Sir Robin, who,  by my life, is a pretty fellow, all said  and done, is past endurance. Give me  a pistol, Grigson, and I'll put an end of  myself now and hero." ,  To this passionate declaration Kennaston merely makes answer by lifting  an arm above the tub, waving it in the  air, and as Grigson scrubs himVdown  wagging his wet bead and remarking:  "Don't be ridiculous, Percy, and,  pray, hold your peace, since I am at  this moment composing an ode to my  mistress' smile."  "Your mistress be. hanged-, sir! What  know you of love to sit in a tub and  make verses to her?"  "I know enough oft." sighs the host,  "to harve been in like case with yourself  any time this twelvemonth, and 'tis a  own particular version of Sir Robin's J a mug of ale, and I'll give you a kiss."  vogue. I    "Drat   you,   sir!"   cries   Chockey.  The real little Sir Robin, meanwhile  "Don't you be talkln' like that!"   Yet  on his journey down to Kennaston In! sidles she quite cozlly In the encircling  search of my Lady Peggy, had got  some threo hours' start of the faithful  Grigson, and even now he for the first  time in his life stood in the long, bare j Is."  drawing room of Kennaston castle tip-     "What!  toeing to the mirror, pulling his wig  thp  this way and that in instant expectation of beholding the object of his passion and rewarding her for her devotion to him, so manifested in the person of the gentlemanly "incognito" of  his last night's, experience.  Hark!   Yes, her footstep on the stair,  arm of the admirable Grigson.  "His lordship nor her ladyship nor  no one else knows where my mistress  Eloped!  Scuttled!    Flown  nest!    When?    How?    Where?"  cries. Sir Percy's man, thunderstruck.  "She ain't gone with Sir Percyl   Can  It be with Sir Robin McTart?"  Chockey shook her head vigorously.  "Look a-here," says Grigson, now regarding the girl attentively.   "Dash it  all, but you knows where she is.. Tell  the swish of female jgarments, a halt [ me and I'll give you two kisses and  at tlie door. Sir Robin minced the  length of the room and, reaching the  entrance, found himself face to face  with Chockey.  "Your mistress, bud, your mistress!  Here!" thriftily pressing a shilling into  Chock's palnC "Go tell her I am consumed with impatience and eaten up  ������10 to boot."  "Oh, sir," cries Chock, pushing away  both kisses and pounds with one and  the> same hand, "I does know-*-least-  ways I knows my young lady's up in  London, but whereabouts in that pit of  sin and willalny I can't say, nor who  she's with, nor how��������� long she's goin' to  with desire for a glimpse of her lady-[stop.   Only she charged me make hia  ship's form and figure and face.   Go,  go  t>*  Jm5nstrOTs5-tblhg"for~you���������to���������thus-im-j-  peach me when 'tis you whom my Lady  Diana favors rather than myself."  "Lady Diana be hanged!" cries Percy, rising. "She's a coquette, sir, and at  bottom adores you as does the fish the  bait tho while she plays and sidles  round it, being sure in the end she'll  swallow it, hook and all."  "Very'fine, i' faith, yet while I sigh  you're the one she smiles upon. Oh,  Percy, had I but a fortune! Could I  but make my name in letters! Then  perchance I'd stand my chance. But  as 'tis"��������� Peg's twin fetches a sigh  that sends the water splashing about  the wine stained floor.  "As 'tis, sir, counsel me, an you lov#  me. Shall I hie me to Kennaston and  wait upon your sister?"  "Write her a letter of fire and sword  and blood and famine; stuff it full of  oaths, protests, suicides, murders, as is  a Christmas pudding of plums.  There's quill, Ink and paper to your  hnnd."  "I'll do It nnd send it by Grigson on  my fastest horse this dny. I should  havo the answer before Friday."  "Aye, you should," allows the host,  with nn evident reservation. "Now. for  goodness' sake, sir, stop cackling and  let mo finish:my ode."  Which he did a-sIUIng in his bath,  whllo Grigson dressed his wig.  Tho toilet and the letter nnd tne  poom wore all three finished at once,  Md without moro ado Sir Percy dispatched his man wltb tbo missive te  Lady Peggy.  "Como not bnck until you deliver It  In person," quoth the lover, "mi you  show yourself minus, nn answer, I'll  ship you to tho colonics by tbo next  packet."  After seeing bim off the two young  men repaired to tho coffoo houso thoy  frequented, nnd thero tho llrst news  thnt greeted them wns an account, exaggerated to the lust degree, a* wai  the fashion of those times ns well na  thoso, of "Lndy I). W.'s adventure wltb  footpnds In Lark hino, whoro her chnlr  crossed on route to her mnntunmiikor'g}  of bow Sir R���������n McT���������t had rescued  bor ladyship and her ladyship's Abigail from tho clutches of thoso villains  at tbo hazard of his own life; had single handed put tho wholo giuig to  fllplir, nnd this nliiiougb suffering from  n severe wound In tho right wrist, the  which this Kiillnni young scion of n noble namo bad received In nu affair of  honor witb Sir V~*y do B���������n only that  'very night previous," In point of fact,  irof-itn fried nml print sot forth that  "tlio town wns ringing with tho valor  qf-Sir R-n McT-t, whoso fnrno as ���������  buck and man of fashion was no less  than bis cxpci'tiiem* at tho saving of  beauty In dlntriw. For ho It known  tbnt.no other pi-i-Howigo thnn tbo ro-  nowucd Ik'iiu \\-~\ Uml net h\* seal  upon Sir R-h'h mold t,y begging from  bim the pattern ot IiIh cravat nud the  modo of bis knot. That Sir U--n was  now a guest nt Mr. R-l's home, tnd,  being up in town for the season, lot  ladles fair hewmv und set their moat  ndorablo caps, fur 'twns well understood so fine a yung gontiemnn was  nofrbcro clso to ho met witb, nor one  But Chockey does npt budge.  "What ails the wench? Deaf?" cries  Sir Robin, pinching her arm, for which  he gets back a smart slap on his cheek.  "Tut, tut! What manners is that,  and you handsome enough to kiss?"  adds the litle' baronet diplomatically.  "Come, now, off, and implore Lady  Peggy to hasten."   ^  "Her ladyship's from home," finally  Chockey says.  "What! Not at Kennaston?" Sir  Robin's sharp eye cannot help peering  regretfully at the shilling Chockey  twirls in her fingers.  "In Kent  doubtless,  a-visiting her  godmother and  a-hoping  to  see  me  there.   Eh, in Kent?"  ~'il-don-t-knoWi-sir,���������- replies-theigirl,.  with a hint of tears in her voice.  "Don't know! What do you mean?"  exclaims Sir Robin suspiciously.  "I means, sir," fires up Chock, "that  my lady ain't by way of tellin' me  Pulling hi$ wig this way and that,  hor matters. His lordship bor father's  down with his log, bor ladyship's mother ls a-visltln' tbe sick in York. As  tboy supposes, sir, Lndy Peggy ls in  Kent, also, a-vlsltln' tbo sick, bor ladyship's godmother."  Cbockey courtesies nnd turns to the  door, out of which Sir Robin reluctantly goes, putting spurs to bis horso, dining nt tbe Mermaid and tbon charter-  Ing a post chnlso to tako bim sans delay to Kent.  lie crossed but one traveler on his  wny from Kennaston castle to tbo village inn, a man of stout and comely  build on a stood tbat took evon Sit  Robin's dull eye, so was Us blood onfl  Uncage marked In its long, splendid  Kft,t _���������...*.  This horseman, too, pulled rein st  Kennaston, sprang from his saddle,  and, as Bickers hobbled up to tako bis  boast, Mr. Grigson, for 'twas bo, jumped up ou tbo steps and caught Chockey's apron string just as it was fluttering in the cloning Uout.  "Hoy, mlkaunr cried be, twirling  Chock about aud chucking bor undor  tbe cbln, wblcb was rewarded by ts  smart a slap as tbat wblcb bad erstwhile burned Sir Robin's cheek,  "1 must see Lauy i'ogut Iiuitovjue  on tbe spot; without ceremony or  a-waltln' 'ero coolln' my heels. I've t  letter for ber ladyship tncnnln' life nnd  death to my master, Sir Percy de Bo-  bun."  "Have you?" says Chock, looking  with admiring eyes upon tbo smart  livery of Mr. Gi'luwu, dust and mud  stnliifd though It was.  "Yes, straight from London town,  where, 'pon my life, there's no sweeter  mug than bors 1 sees before mo now."  "hawki" cries Chock, appeased, "But  my in Intro** U from home."  ".Not here?    When if she tbeol  lordship and her lady mother believe  she Was gone to Kent, back again to  see her godmother. There! I've been  burstin' to tell some one, and you'll  swear you'll keep it secret, won't you,  sir?"  Grigson obligingly nods and caresses  Chock's arm.  "Thank the Lord it's out o' me!" adds  she.  "Amen," ejaculates Sir.Percy's man,  With fervor, at the same time fixing a  contemplative and shrewd eye on his  companion.  "Her ladyship up in town���������where,  With whom, you doesn't know; her father and mother thinks'she's in Kent,  and you're cocksure she ain't runned  away with Sir Robin McTart?"  "That I am!" cries the girl warmly.  JiLittle-squint-eyedjnonster!"   "Eh?" exclaims Mr. Grigson, who  had beheld the supposed Sir Robin at  Kennaston's rooms the night before  last and clearly recollected that no  such description fitted the slim, elegant handsome young buck who had  got a prick in the wrist from his own  master's rapier.  "Monster, I said," repeats the girl.  "Hist! I'll toll j'ou more," says she,  drawing close, hand over mouth.  "You've seen the puppy. He was here  anon a-askin' and a-tearln' as to where  my lady was."  Grigson stares.  "Aye, you must have mot bim on the  road not ten rods off.the castlo gates,  for as you galloped In tho undersized  cockatrice cantered out Lady Peggy  wed with him, indeed!"  Grigson is now (recalling his having  crossed a small, squint eyed gentleman  as he camo) morally certain that  Cbockey bus been well drilled in her  part and that Ladyt Teggy has indeed  run nwny up to Loudon >Vltb Sir Robin  McTart So much for his thoughts.  Ho says:  "I did. Fortunately I beheld tho personage what you describes. Your  bumble servant, missus. I must bo off,  and no time for lovemakln' today,"  turning quickly on his heel and tossing  sixpence to Bickers, who holds bis  bridle at tho stono.  "I ain't 'missus,'" remarks she plaintively.  "But you will bo some day, lass, or  my namo ain't James Grigson.* Hero's  to you, and many thanks for puttln'  mo on tbe right track I"  "Tush, sir, For Uio lovo of boavon  tnd of anybody olso you thinks, a deal  of, And my young lady!"  "Trust mo," (lings Mr. Qrlgson from  bis saddle. "I'll Und ber aud bim os  holds hor In durance vile!"  Kissing bis fingers to Chockey, off  putB Sir Porcy's own man to tho Mermaid, stnblos bis borso, hires t fresh  one, claps spurs and up to town as fast  ns four spavined bay legs can carry  bim, firmly convinced that he has  solved tbe grentor portion of tbo mystery and thnt his master's lady fair Is  indeed, beyond a doubt, tbo bride of  the gn limit Sir Robin or mayhap bis  unwilling prisoner,  M  auric?. YH.  IJ.  BJirMMEL was fi rnafA  shrewd  and  nn  oltogother  kindly personage as well. He  had easily- on alighting from  bis carriage nnd nsslstlng T.ndy Poggy  tO UO tttU MUU'tt, l*������l*������>.u Cum dkivVUtul"?-'*  looking parcel wblcb tbe supposed son  of his dear old. friend vainly tried te  conceal, and (be Beau was notlfing ot  putting two and two togetbor tnd of  concluding tbat young Sir Robin bad  lost his all nt piny nnd hnd even p������-  baps pawned bis wardrobe, saving tbe  Ul looking bundle, for the prlco of bts  last fow days' food. Therefore It wai  tbnt In the' roost obliging manner be  not only Installed Sir Robin In nn elegit nt nnd spacious apartment, but vowed be would at once send for both tits  tailor aud pcrruqutcr to trnlt firm***  bim tnd ended by assuring bit guest  that his own man Tempers would be*-*-,  up presently to make the ������������������ young gen-  ;t,leman's toilet for bim. V     *  "Your pardon,'., sir, Mr. Brummel," ���������  quoth Peggy, while her maiden "heart  set off at such a race horse flutter as  it seemed must never quiet down, "but,  pray you, remember I am country bred,  unused to town ways, have never had >  a man to wait upon me in my life" (the  solemn truth) "and should never know  how to comport myself in such altered  conditions."  The Beau shrugged his shoulders In  the  French  fashion,  lifted  his eye-1  brows, thought 'twas amazing strange  that Sir Hector's son should have been  so ill educated and said:  "Your pleasure, sir, whilst under my  roof shall be mine, nor can I misdoubt  but that one who has had the geulus  to invent that tie is amply able,to array and perfume himself, even to the  dressing of his own wig."  "You flatter, sir; I protest!" answered  the guest "I await with impatience  the moment when, in cleaner case, I  may have the honor of instructing you  in the Intricacies of the knot you are  good enough to admire."  , With any number of bows the distinguished host closed the door, and  my Lady Peggy was left to herself.  For a moment she stood quite still,  her heart yet a-clapping madly in her  bosom, her eyes wandering about tho  princely roomin which she found herself and at last resting on the mirror  wherein was reflected her oo\vn slim  figure, tricked out in Kennaston's suit  of gray velvets and in the yellow wig,  which was indeed the counterpart of  the real Sir Robin's pate. Her countenance���������sure none would recognize it  since neither twin nor quondam suitor  had���������was dark with the coffee stains;  her eyes were ringed with sleeplessness aud unaccustomed wiue; her general aspect that of a young gentleman  very much the worse for whatever his  most recent experiences might havo  been.  Peg laughed, then she cried, then ran  to the door and fastened it securely,  then untied her bundle, when out fell  ,-nigbtrnil, green hood and kerchief,  powder, patch box, lavender, musk,  pins, needles, red, silken hose, Levantine  gown and veil -of brussels lace. She  shook the skirt out of its wrinkles, laid  -off���������her���������wig,_and_:broidered waistcoat,  unpinned her long plaited hair from its  coil and was stoutly making up her  mind to brave all, get into hor petticoats and confess everything to l^Ir.  Brummel; but as she was about fo  wash the dark stains from her faco  comes there a "rap-a-tap" at the door,  and Teg, dropping the ewer, calls out  fiercely: '  *   "Who's there?"  "An it please you, Sir Robin, Mr.  Brummel bids me say to you that Mr.  Chalk, the tailor, a person of the best  fashion, will have the honor of waiting upon you for your measurements  In a quarter of an hour, If you'll be  pleased to seo him then, or later."  Peg hesitated. There was a battle  fought within her those sixty seconds  wherein all thnt was noblest and best  struggled and strove to know which  wns tho right thing to do, nor could sho  determine, save that at second thought  of confiding hertsex to Mr. Brummel it  appeared to bor she could not.  "I shall be rendy to soo Chalk, X  thank you, In fifteen minutes, more or  less," bumming a tune wltb elaborate  carelessness, rolling up tbo Lovdutlne,  the hood, veil and nlghtrail Into a ball  and pitching thorn into tbo chest of  drawers; disposing tho powdor aud perfumes and pins on the dressing tublo,  throwing tho noodles and patches into  the fire, untying tho kercblof and taking out soap, scissors, brushes.  " 'Tls clonr as wator I'm to bo a man  yet awhile," whispered sbe. "Heaven  grnnt It mny not bo longl Sol" solzlnj  tho scissors and shaking out tbe locks,  "Snip, clip, nnd away wltb you, tbat I  was once vain of, because a vile deceiver named Percy vowod be loved  youl"  And eff came Peg's balr, tho which  for silly liking of sho stuffed Into tbe  drawer besido tho Levnntlno and lot  fall a tonr or two. ' Tbon snip, clip  again, ns sbe hnd ofton dono for ber  twin, so that In no tlmo nt all ber  bend, with Its short curly locks brushed back at this sido and tbat of hor  brond forehead, bad all the aspect of  a man's.  "There," crlod sho, sweeping thc last  litter of hor black tresses into tbe  flnmes, "nn I bo n gentleman, I'll be a  gnllnnt ono, I sighed once to tnsto tbe  sweets of being of t'other sox for only  v-n-half uu Uur. Tow-lo. **-,������ rt-iiMv'rt  assy, wnxxld thnt T'd novor quit, my  frocks! What hnth It bettered me?  To behold wltb mine own eyes tbe  charms of her who's routed mo from  his heart', to bear bim a-plodglng me  iwal tv> iili/MiC r.*y I:."'!'"** tnd  for 1hn  snko of spiting Sir Robin McTart; to  got myself Into a position thnt makes  mo bursting wltb sbntno nnd feeling  sure I can never hold up my head  again In this world-mo that's always  InfitliiHl a h'otden. And even hnve I tbo  muscle of a lad, and can I stride a  homo nnd jump nny ditch was ever  dug-yet. yet���������oh, how did I ever bring  myself io put on th^e?" And my  Lady Peggy slops her breeches wltli a  whack and promptly falls upon ber  kn-N-s a-preylng for li<-*r father and  ( n*ofh*������r nnd hmther nnd Hlr Percy and  t'liork niul m.-w������>r������ TIE CUMBERLAND NEWS  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  ��������� ii ymju-u-Mi i)iwij.ii yamMmmmesmammm..  ������������������������������������������*���������������������������������-*>���������* ���������������������������.���������������������������������������������^^^������������������^���������������������������������������������t  | WESTERN CANADIAN fciHTOKS J  ��������� A series of articles des^ibing   *  ��������� '   their lives, their aim? ������-nd      ���������  1 their influence, o  1    .'.'���������.. * ,���������~ *  ��������� "������������������������ '., 29-"*-    "       "���������.  ��������� W.H. GLENDENNING.        J  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#*e<e-e^-r*i������'%'������-e������e-������^  When you think you have cured a  cough or cold, but find a dry,  hacking cough remains, there is  danger.   Take  s  Consumption  Cure ���������jr4Luns  at once. It will strengthen the  lungs and stop the cough.  Prices: S. C. Wells & Co. S09  25c 50o $1.  LeRoy.N.Y.,Toronto,C������a.  W. H. GLENDENNING.  Editor and  Proprietor  of the  Swan  River Star.  ;  ��������� By contrast with the newer���������much  newer���������ierritories,r Manitoba is an  old established country. The general  belief concerning the province is that  during the last decade the work of  pioneering has been performed, ^nd  that the work of development has consumed the activities of Manitobans.  This, to a large extent, is true, but it  is certainly not the whole truth. The  opening  up  of  large  tracts of new  -country >-^such-aB-that,.for-instance.be-  tween Prince Albert and Edmonton,  or in the Lethbrldge country, or along  the Soo line, or the Prince Albert  branch, dr the country lying east and  xwest of the Calgary and Edmonton-  has not been going on in Manitoba for  the past ten years, and for sufficiently  obvious reasons. The older province  had its railway systems practically  completed long before that time, and  where railways were available settlement naturally followed, so that a  comparatively dense population was  to be found in Manitoba long before  Bimilar conditions could be expected  to obtain in the Territories, with their  vastly greater area and less comprehensive transportation facilities.  For these reasons, the northwestern  portion of the province of Manitoba  was almost as uninhabitated fifteen  years ago as in the days of Lord Selkirk. Settlers went Into the route now  occupied by the Northwestern branch  of the C.P.R. In those early days when  it was expected that it would be, the  lino of the new transcontinental road,  but north of that was a hilly, wood-  clad country, dotted with lakes, and  with a rich soil that only needed cultivation to make it famous as even the  Portage plains. But it remained, for  the reasons, somo of Which are set  forth above, uninhabitated while tho  whole of the remainder of the province  was comparatively densely populated.  Rut with tho building of the Dau*-  phln branch all this was changed. A  thriving agricultural community soon  sprung up, nourishing little towns  sprung into being, and tho fftmo of the  fertile Dauphin country wont abroad  through tho land, With the town camo  tho inovitablo advocato and publicity  agont, tho nowspapor, which heralded  far and wide tho many advantages of  tho district in which it was published.  And the success of the Dauphin country was followed an a natural soqttenco  by that of similar territory contiguous  'f  f  When the nerves ore weak  everything goes wrong. You  ire tired ell the time, easily  rflftemir-flted, nervous, and  Irritable.   Your cheeks ire  Sarsaparilla  I otle and your blood is thin.  Your doctor says you are  threatened with a nervous  breakdown. He orders this  grand old family medicine.  - mr mttfthaa ������ mm 1_*_\*^___  ���������iart Wm'->,-U, 0. Hoi-r. W*M lUi���������. *-'<*.���������.���������������  'l^J^llmmma f fif mm2tmma)*m������mm  Weak Nerves  Proud Mother���������You will be five  years old tomorrow, Willie, and I want  to give you a real birthday treat. Tell  me what you would .like better than  anything else. Willie (after, thinking  earnestly for five minutes)���������Bring me  a whole box of chocolate creams,  mother, and ask Tommy Smith to  come in and watch me eat them.   ������������������*���������-������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������  thereto. The natural result of Dauphin's success was the establishment  of Swan River. ;i  Swan River sprung Into being with  the advent of the railway: Hardly had  the triumphant shriek of the pioneer  locomotive ceased to re-echo among  the Thunder Hill than hammer and  siaw were busy building the little town.  And, as usual, one of the first���������as a  matter of fact the fourth���������building  erected was a newspaper office. The  proverbial rapidity with which every  now western town harnesses to its advancement all the powers of the press  can hardly show a keener desire to  seize all the advantages of publicity  than Swan River.  The founder of the Swan River Star  was Mr. H, E. Glendenning, who as the  above paragraph shows, was one of  the first arivals in the town. For two  years he was editor, proprietor and  publisher, and the Star was instant in  season and out 'of season to advocate  the many advantages its editor seized  every occasion to proclaimV Mr. Glendenning believed in the Swan River  country with all the fervor of a pioneer. His activity on behalf of the district was Protean.  After two years of strenuous endeavor, Glendenning the Elder resigned, and Glendenning the Younger  reigned in his room and stead. The  Swan River pioneer had gone into real  estate and many other enterprises, ,and  these engrossed the whole of his time.  His-son, Mr. W. H. Glendenning, the  present proprietor, is a practical printer, having served his time in Ontario  on the Dundalk Herald. He assumed  control of the Star in 1902. Shortly  after taking over the managership he  took another important step, marrying  Miss E. Kennel, of Drdmore, Ont. ������������������*'  The conditions under which the  Swan River Star was started were  "suchnas^to^renderHmmediate-success-  improbable���������perhaps impossible. The  controlling factor of the success of  every newspaper is population. Without a field no paper can succeed. As a  means of publicity for the advantages  of district, the exploitation of which  was its main business, it was beyond  doubt a conspicuous success. No country paper ever did beter immigration  work for its district. But as a financial proposition the Star was no gold  mine. But Mr. Glendenning,, Sr.,  was made . Of what stun westerners call "good stuff." He "hung on"  and waited for the day of prosperity  for the ultimate coming of which none  had done so much as he. And in due  time came the reward of effort and  faith. Settlers continued to come in.  Business brightened in Swan River.  More merchants located there. Advertising patronage Increased, and the  subscribers became more numerous.  The Star had turned the corner and  passed Into the list of western country  newspaper properties tbat are paying  investments. Even yet It is not a bonanza. But it Is past the shoals, and  striking out all the, time for the open  sea.  Of the present editor, under whose  guidance the Star ls epch month showing steady improvement, there needs  but little to be said. Ho has a good  mechanical training, a "nose for news"  ���������that prime essential in the makeup  of any newspaper man, a belief in his  town and district, a knowledge of its  needs, and the confidence of its pooplo.  These, combined with industry, en-  orgy and ontorpriBe, are tho strong  foundations upon which he is building  up n successful business. Boyond this,  it needs but to say that ho is an unassuming, * capablo, publio spirited  citizen, with hosts of friends, and few,  if any, enemies, Ho ls doing in tho  northwest portion ot Manitoba what  othor nowspapor men nro doing every  whoro throughout tho West���������building  up and developing bis own locality,  and thus strengthening tbe Canadian  spirit and advancing tho Canadian  nationhood. To him, and such as he,  tho Dominion will forever owo a national debt, for they are tbo truo  moulders of Canadian destiny.  Beware of Olntmente for* C������-  turrit that Contain Meroury.  m m.rmry will ran)-- dMtrtw tbt mum nf ���������mull m4  ppmpl������m x rtmntr* ui. wiiole *'������\.ni wl'������n'������***t������rlni  lit UirmiHn thu nuooni rarfacai, Sunn jirtloli** ���������iteal'I  pfirualantt, uttia dtniit ,t% will dot* untold to  Iti j i.nnrl vnn run pni������TW������ dttrlv* from Uism. lull ���������  Cnarrfti^titth jiifuuliw'uiw*u, i.*i.*-i.Mi)ii*,  Tntniln, 0., i-onuinii nn murimry, nnd If Ukint lot**-**-  ;^������i0tt������o; 6 fc fair re  V* Yumlir Wlii'for coii.tlpiUoi,  It will Prolong Life���������De Sota, the  Spaniard, lost his life in the wilds of  Florida, whither he went for the purpose of discovering the legendary  "Fountain of perpetual youth," said to  exist in that then unknown country.  While Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil will  not perpetuate youth, it will remove  old before their time and harass the  aged into untimely graves.  The Modern Method  of buying tea Is not to take chances on quality and value, but to Insist on  getting i  (fl  II  II  He���������Now, if I only had three hands  I could get through life so much better. She���������Well? He���������I was just  wondering if you wouldn't give me one  of yours.  Dr. Von Stan's Plnonpple Tablets.-Medi-  cal nclence by nncltlont discovered' the potencv of tho  pinei*-*-)lo as a puij-*<-ea for ftoranch troubles. The  iiumo'ni-o poreoutaiio of vegetable) pepsin cantnined In  tho fruit lunke* it an almo-rt indispennuble remedy in  tttsoa of dyspt'pHiu nml in>liae������tiou One tablet aftor  ouch meal will oure moat vfirouio oasos, 60 In a box.  J33.ceuts.���������32 ,  They were exceedingly smart young  men, and they proceeded to have fun  with the dignified waiter. When he  approached their table to take their order they stood up and yelled in unison: "Half dozen raw!" "I see you  are, young gentlemen," replied the- imperturbable functionary. "What will  you have?"  They are Carefully Prepared.���������Pills  which dissipate themselves in the  stomach cannot be expected to have  much effect upon the intestines, and  to overcome costiveness the medicine  administered must influence the action  of these canals. Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills are so made, under the supervision of experts, that the substance in  them intended to operate on the intestines is retarded in action until they  pass through the stomach to the bowels. ..v ...; - ������������������.*���������������������������;,  Deafness of 12 Years' Standlng.-Protraot  ed Oatarrh produced deafness in many cone**. Oapt-.  Ben. Connor, of Toronto, Canada, wan deaf for 11  yeai* from Ontnrrh. All tnentment������ "ailed to relievo.  Dr. Agnew'a Catarrhal Powder pave him relief In on-  day, nud In a very short while the deafness left lili-  entirely.   It will do as much fov you.  50 cents.���������33  The modern highwayman approached in an, automobile, ran down 'the  citizen and then demanded his watch.  ''TM^are'taKing^avM'tia^r^of^iae";"  protested the citizen. "Not at all,"  assured the highwayman. "I want  your watch to time my machine so I  will not be arrested for fast driving."  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Bay of Islands.   J. M. CAMPBELL.  I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Springhill, N. S.     WM. DANIELS.  I was cured of Chronic Rheumatism  by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Albert Co., N. B.   GEO. TINGLEY.  SJU.ADA  as It eaves worry and Insures satisfaction.    Black, Mixed or Natural Green,  25c, 30c, 40., 50c. per pound.    By all Grocers.    Sold only in sealed lead  packets.  V   HIGHEST AWARD 8T. LOUIS, 1904.  " OHIO QASOUNE ENGINES"  Portable Engines for Threshing  and Stat'onary for Chopping and  Wood Sawing in stock at all timet  Can Ship at a day's notfee.  V������rite us for Prlcc3 and Catalogue.  Barridge-Cooper Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Man  Henry Avenue, East.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia-  Jones (to Brown, who has been relating his wonderful adventures in  Russia)���������And I suppose you visited  the great steppes of Russia? Brown���������  I should rather think so, and walked  up every blessed one of them on my  hands and knees.  The Backache Stage may be just that Incipient form of kidney disease which, If nepleeted,  will ilevelope into stulihorn and distressing disorder  that will take Ionic tedious treatment l0 cure. Don't  nenlect the "Uncknehe stage" of the most insidious  ol diseases. South* American Kidney Cure stop* tho  uche In six hours and cures.���������20.  The St. James Gazette reports the  following interesting article dated Jan.  16, 1797, regarding the man who first  tried the experiment of wearing a silk  hat of the "stovepipe" variety:���������"John  Hetheringtoni haberdasher of the  Strand, was arraigned before the Lord  Mayor yesterday on a charge of breach  of the peace and inciting a riot, and  was required to give bonds for the sum  of ������300. It was in evidence that Mr.  Hetherington, who is well connected,  appeared on the public highway wearing" oTTKishead'what'he'called-a-silk  hat, which was offered in evidence, a  tall structure having a shiny luster  and calculated to frighten timid people. As a matter of fact, the officers  of the Crown stated that several  women fainted at the sight, children  screamed, and a son of Cordwainer  Thomas was thrown down by the  ���������crowd which had collected and had  his right arm broken."  Mamma���������Teacher tells me you were  naughty ia school to-day. Why did  you not tell me yourself? Tommy-  Why���������er���������you always told me not to  tell tales out of school.  Sudden transition from a hot to a  cold temperature, exposure to rain, sitting in a draught, unseasonable substitution of light for heavy clothing,  are fruitful causes of colds and the  resultant cough so perilous to persons  of weak lungs. Among the many medicines for bronchial disorders so arising, there is none better than Bickle's  Anti-Consumptivo Syrup. Try it and  become convinced.   Price 25 cents,  "Are you sure the Russian Count  was intoxicated?" "Positive. He  couldn't pronounce his own name."  Miss Fluffy���������"What do you think is  the most important part of a woman's  dress?"   Married Man���������"The cost."  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  In these days there seem to be as  many writers as there are readers.  The spread of authorship and its  egregious pride is hit off in this dialogue from the Fliegende Blaetter: A  guest at the hotel table reading the bill  of fare says: "Your bill of fare is  great!" "I am glad to hear it,", replies the head waiter. "I- am its author."  A Small Pili; But Powerful.���������They  that judge of the powers of a pill by  its size, would consider Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills to be lacking. It is a  little wonder among pills. What it  lacks in size it makes up in potency.  The remedies which it carries are put  up in these small dos^p, because they  are so powerful that only small doses.  are required. The full strength of thb  extracts is secured in this form and do  their work thoroughly.  '918T nI Jopu-Bimnoa  ���������e otmjoaq pu-e '6981 sb oSb 3uo[ s*b  Aamu oto ponjof oh '69 si 'ioyatn. om  uo ?ueds ?j*Bd *)9oui Qivi joj uoaq seq  ejil esoiiAi 'pjojsejog sevreqo PJOT  "You smoked only ten cigars on  your weuuTng trip���������that's one a day."  "No���������ten on the last day."  Salt Rheum, Tetter, Eoiema.-These d!������.  oi-ww rnllevod hv cntt anpllcatlon. Or. Agnetr'ii Ola*.  meat Inn Dnlentruro for all eruptions of the skin.  .Inn QHslon, WilkiMlmrro, saysi "I'or nine year* I  wiw dj-.Huurn(l with Tottor on my hand*. Dr, A*-  new.i Oiutmentnured it."  35 cents.-Sl  The Man���������If you don't hurry, my  dear, we'll be too late for the theatre.  The Woman���������Oh, no! Don't you see  this new gown I have?   We can't be  too late....  The superiority of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator is shown by its  good effects on the children. Purchase a bottle and give it a trial.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Dandruff,  The Average Man Doesn't  Know The First Thing  [SHBBMBM  im  Prunes���������That man timpper nseu to  bo an acrobat, Landlady���������Ho is iittll;  he Jumped bis board bill.  Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhors  "It took you nn awfully long tlmo  i to pull tbat fellow's tooth," aald tha  I assistant.   "Vet*," auu-amuhI tho dentist, grimly, "be married tbe girl I  loved."  mpthibowels regular with A*"**-*s  'ins. Just one m tacit nf-iht.  about flour, but the woman who does the family baking���������'  she is the one who appreciates Royal Household-  Flour���������made by the new elecftrical process���������because  when she tries it with the simple "Royal Household^  recipes she finds it makes better, sweeter, whiter, lighter  Bread, Buns, Rolls, etc., and more crisp and delicions  Pafcy than she ever made before, and she is not afraid  to say so.  Sooth Range, Digbj Co., N. &, November a-rad.  " T went tn tf������ll fon that Aoral Hotuehold Floor Is  Hie best I aver used in all my lit*, and the only kind I wiU /  have as long aa i can get it/'  (Signed)     l-tRS. ALBX. PORTER.  To any woman sending in name and address to The Ojplvie Floor M3U CcW]  Limited, Montreal, and menrionmng this papq, theso i-supc* w2 U *cal FREE.  PAGE FENCES Wear Best  THI MM WIIW FIHOI OO. UMITIO. W-*J*-*mil������, tmM, mm* M. <**������ WluHHf,   m :;,.". :s"*S*S3������J?'������atf^  -���������a- i,    -..a- ���������i-)-i.wn**^wii>Tlin*^WSb*.  ^mV^J^^^'^^r^?^  Site  -V'-**-}*?  aa  '������*������������3  m  ���������  ���������bums coal, coke or wood with equal facility.  Flues, grates, fire-pot and feed^doors, ar,e  specially constructed to burn any kind of fuel, rand  a specifil wood grate is always supplied.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Writ? ?or booklet.   .**  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver. St. John, N. B.  -J4NGLES AND JESTf.   J  4.t tbe Trymtlng Place. ' **  '.  7:30 P. M.' ; \t  Beastly nuisance, waiting hcaw! "'  "Weally. something's wong, I feawl     '���������  ���������   ��������� ?.b."m.  P'wavf* Melissa thinks she's clevaif*.  I'll wemerabaw this fav.ovaw!  8:30 P. M.  *.*��������� This is liohwid!   When I moot haw,  Vehwy-coldly I 7 '11 twcat haw  ."   ���������"* 8 V   M* V    *..-  "She said Mondav ew^lnc?.  7'l"'n'1'"XfJ  ���������This Is Tuesday!   Hohw^ bliViiaxy!'      f  The Grcnttff f������tf Tp\y# **}..*>  "You are not sicli. .U|li,\ snid one 'pi  the friends. *'Ypu ,������nly thiiilj y-o.u are."  "O.ily think I'-ntn. i-hV"     '  "J*es. It is merely a deliu-'oe.."  "Well. tUeu, nil Vvp g<& to say Is I'd  rather be'sick than havo jlu's ilelm-Uin."  And then poor old Job jyi'in ������������������xpioriiiR  Tor a now boil tintt had just inailt* its  debut on the back g������ -big p*sch.  '"So unhappy and only 01*$' und twenty  years old."  Then a slight blush covyvpil the pri**  cess'comittmahce, lit**.' Uo^oui 'rose'and  fell painfully, aud i'rbiu Ijer lips" burst  the woxv.s "Not yot!"  The power of speech hpt} returned to  hor.   l>ut tl'.e king wepj.'tears of joy,  in whicu the vvholo court joinedhim.-*  From the German of iiud<*>jt: batunbauh  Piit'kIimi l)itinU..*s.  Over 2,000 tons oi' Biiaiis -wre auuall)  eaten in Pariu.        ���������������������������*���������������������������*  . . SMOKE ..  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM"  **  A   VNION MALI-. ClilAR  l'ROM" THK--  Cuban Cigpr Factory  1  ���������M. JT. BOOTH, Proprietor,  '    jiANAlAiO, li.O.  COr-RTE'NAY,  BC,  INTERESTING __  INSTRUCTIVE  "CORRECT* .ENGLISH-?"  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly-Maqajunj- Dkvotkd to :rg^  USK #K English.  Josei-mixe 'J'kiick Bakkk, Editor.  Purtial Conten s for this Mpat)-..  CourM* iu English foi-1 the fie^iiiner.  Our*>e in Eugli.si for the Ao\**anoed Pupty.  Uow t<> Iiuutau. Qno's'Vocabulary.'  The A't ol Oouvn atiou.  tjlumlil nud Would:   How to JJse tht-pa.  l'niiiuneiatiotjH (Century Diotioi.f-r**).'  -Jtirrt-uk Englii-h m the Hqjjijb,  O'l-reisCE glifh iu the School. .'   "'  What ������o Say wiirt What Not "to. ������-*.y.  , ('������i-uiN������ 111 L-mtu-Wntin-* unit Puiijsiut'.'apj}-.  ;  AI-jMahvim liijt of Abl'reviatiopp.  '   j liu-mi/Hi* Knglibli tor tho btioiuemj Mao.  1  (Joiui'i'iimi Word!    How to Write l?inJin.  I Stiuluu iu EnglishLiterature.   "���������.'-:"  ORKKDER of Holstt-in Cattle, Ches- i $1 a year,   Send 1 Op ^rearegje copy --  -'    ter While Pi^,   iUrn-xl Viyinotitl, ('(!h H WIT 1^01,1^; Eva.nst.)|l. j||f  lvOOkt>     ���������&(.'��������� **ar**?t���������aT-i-.^JM-'Tfa.-c**-*'*^^                                                          'Vf'n*11 '*'* f*'  "  " TENDERS,  IMPROVED STOCK 1       R������ Mortgage SaleVof Property  AT PARMURS PRICES. I             "hereinafter ^enlJdfl'ed  TEN1)EU8 will l)e''receiyvii'by'the'uude-f-->.  ������������������"���������������������������^"M������*������B*������***'"^^ signed  up to one .t'clock p m,, Satntda'y,  vn-i'TOW I ^1)"'������0 11th,*-.1905.. ���������f*.r...the" purchase of  |,|U110h" I the  Went half of North West quarter o|  .-   loiifnn:   ������l*.e 1 ill licil������a j Section  Tou,  and Uih Wear, half   of   tho  '   ������ - * .^f. , \    Sinn ill Wi uh ,-i,,.i,t,>>.    ..f    C,,..;���������-    C���������..���������.. j.   I 1 Ico  on iind afier Jiiiiuarv 1st, 1904, my  bi^iness will be strictly chpIi, b'' **o  flointi 1 ciiii *iivn niy Patrous better  } KaUsfnc'tipn..  T. H. CAREY, Tailou.  r/wiraii������*fr.*RlHf^*������w.^gri^>.lu*^  * .      3__*m^^'~���������*WBk*Am^N^ ������������������   tQ. HE- . TABEELL,    SOLE AGENT.*'  ^     ���������������������������-������������������ '���������  ��������� ...���������-��������� r i ���������!-���������!��������� mm'-*mttm.-^0*^11 wtLitt^'-r'^'^^^mmammmmiamimmaawmmmmmm  Vbro-OBli Other Spectacle-:.  <3ome 'very'good'stories' are''told toj?  the Impression made upon those who  l^end for the -flrat time the very higli  bhrtfcfa Episcopalian service, with its  feiabdfate ritual and Its extraordinary  ttoslial feiatdl-es. attbje Church of St.  ^itary the Virgin. The reply of a very  p'r'dltnlnSht CatbOHc'priest'when askeij  by .tja'e friend wh'oba(* taken bim there  hq*jV;he"likeii the*i'rvice,'*,,Weir.''really!  l"prefer the *eiuipi.e;.*pitnal' of  church," is a current story at  c^   4 'Even pibfe amuslii}  of tny own  tbe.Vlii'bs'l  was  the-coiii.*'  qient 'ofvtbi^fa^  'pliobe {���������elajtiveB saiil' to her as tliey  were leaving aftertlu'servif't'*.  ' "Well. AuntMauetVdiu you en,1oy"th������  (service?  ^'"A'  *y,eel.'' said .Janet in.'n'spouRe,  ������������������It'u y^rra'lntw'e^tin',!but\vhat a w'y  ''' - X Corn Cnre.  To enre corns get a little gtitta pereh*i  tissue from a druggist, cut it into stripe  and then wind a piece round tbe corn,  which must first be moistened with oil.  See that the edpes of the tissue are ne  even as possible, and when you have  wound it round wet the Inside of tbe  end -with spirits of turpentine. This  will cause it to stick tirmly If you  press It down. With a feather dipped  in turpentine touch the edges or the.lis  sue. and they will unite. Leave for  four days, then take off "the' dressin-i..  and you jwill be able to remove the  Short Coa  io' spend  io rf .*'.*  the ' &il>bath-"  A WreNtle Wjth Gormnn,  Ajj .t-Hti'inn'ble woiiilin o'f: Miiwankoe  I.V'a'h.eiirht'st Wmlier of 'a Ux-ni <iei:  ina'ft class.5luit her'iiii'tlibd of |ii'uiii),itnv*  liJ||\8tjthb>o^j\*.e'w(ii\l'H.' iit li-iisi in one  ^ja'c)ji|v1ustan>e,:'ui;i)usi-d'tiie 'ititrtji1'.o'V  iter' co'tupiinlpiis! 'At ti i;i'<*ciit 'uice't'iy^  ^'I't^e (tNt-'htJ-j yii.-i'o.f'ihji'^Ui'Htloijij U) -iji.U'  Stir's" <-'s'iM'V'itie was, "Are yoii tiVV'ini'  IVuijt yon lire aiilc to leiirii (Jeritinn'r  thty Vjuery  wus' lu the i'oi<jip,ti  u^n  Ijinage,'' und   tlie  iinswer   wati,   'Mil,  fai'Wtss," tiieanlnjj, "Yes, .wri'nttiiy "   l\  so btippeiU'U'ttiiit this iiiiriU'iilaC woiu:  Jin was culled up to reutl tlie (jnet-imis  ililUNtllswt!*:'.' She jiot llii'iiui-'li l|n- que*-;.-  iioti fill' riiilit. i>V' ''onvuiseil tin* eivJk  hy 're'u'dliiB the aiiHwer thia way, "\ul  uee 'yip*** '"'" " ".'"   Don't  lie  a  Pent,  If you can't'obliito poo'pie'ln any other way, yoii cim ut ieiiHt let tiieiu uiont*  fj'inif tho troii'J-les ,pf \pyop\p [i'vo due to  Idle m)ii' liiipi'ldiVni Vnu**rh*r-!-'i������-e In ineir  ilfiilrsV 'Half"tlie ; time   when'   you  ���������JnuKe a yljiorous liicb there im' no kl<-k  coiiilhK'to you. One of tije \vtut*i iiiMiii*!  ijcopli* lilivt- li? niilltlnu ciich other un  riK't'HWii'y irouble, l.UV Ih Ji'iird etioimit  A't'Ui'Ht. Don't Don'pest.  Ii'voii can't  oelp'othei'B, jou cun ut least let liiein  x\loixtiC '������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������  "corn~with"tHFbacU of a pTrilnrifer  The Monocle Im Harmful.  No sens'ble person will ever'wear a  suijjle eyeglass unless he Is blind'ot  One eye. . Its use means thnt one eye  is neither employed por unemployed  but Is engaged In ceiu-elpss though, tie  doiilit unconscious efforts to sec tit*.  much as Its more favored'fallow Thli'*.  strtiinlng is as ���������hurinfiil as tiii.viliiu.L:  could well be nnd can not fail to le-id to  the gravest results.  One or ������he Other.  "What do you think of that wh"P*  asked S])ro_cl*ets. whose bicycle luul  been in a collision.  "I think" It ought to be re-tired or  petired," replied Dinwiddle.  Mining Course  -TTHIS CONTAINS . niy tliciiifoiuiutior  necessary to quality. pen-Amu .to pa^8  th<3 Mine",Forenian's ExaniiuHtiiins. It re^  quires less work and less tiinw than tlie  complete coun-e, yet ihb-e* that tiui.-h 'it v iii  have a good knowledge of the- art, el uiu.in^. \  Subjects Taught in the Course.  ArithmetcJ    *' y^g "���������"  Mensuratiou aiKi Tj,t;onometrjc functions  Gabe������ Met with in Coa; Miues.  l~MTOe-Ven ti 1 a-*t6 ii-.  Economic ���������Geology of Coal,  Prospecting  for   Coal   aiid   Lpoatipn    of  Openings.  Shatt������,.SIo!pfta and'Drifts...  Me'hiHi.s of Working (Joal Mipea.  Mine Surveying.  Mine Machiuery.  .        THE ��������� IVTKmNATIONATj  fORRKMM)M)KNlJ'ft   SCHOOL  SGRANTON, PA.  ;jn-!E ADVANTAGE  the puMic  litis in |iurch;is-iii}j! where they  live ie'.tliey t-ee the article and ;\rc  not ijisappoiiited ae when pending  ��������� way.  P. Stoddart,  'Watchmaker    and     Jeweler,  i-jells gooiis^iit, Eastern Prices and  hp.e^a nice stock to select from.  .      ..' '     *     \        ''. Cy        '  EVERYTHING in SOLID GOLD  ^-������v   ���������,       w...,       v*iw        ������������  -lo*.       ||i-M Ul   '     IMJJ  South Wist quarter ut Seotion Seventeen,  l-lo-i,hy Island. Nanaimo District, loyally  kno--.n at. "C/y. Mitchi'll'a plape.V  Tho uniii-isigned does not bind hiRUwU ti-  accept auy teoder.  C.N. WEST\VOOD, Mortgagee.  2i> K'lig's Road, Victoria, BC.  HUM 1. DILLON, J.P,  ".���������������������������      Ml"pii rclmi-'e'-eiTRr a ved  t,.. ��������� fr������������ (,i charge ....  P.   STObDART,  DvjumiLViii Avk., Cumberland.  ���������      ���������������������������������������������������      ������  ���������JMimStrm^trm ���������������^'������jr.'Wi'r������'**^*?^������^K*������'W������w-^Nl������ i  INrORMATTOv; WANTED^.',  As to ilie: where.'in'itts nf C 1? ni-'tlr-1*.  who left Vfinconver about io months ."igo  or Ciinilicrl'i'"!*. At-.y |j;tniculars rt:'.;ai'i.i-  ���������iv.'.  siime  wi'   Me. ' " '     ' u-  'i   ie. i rutcfullv received b\  I al  t  IHenrrtd Ijj Old Hnnwln.  ^he nuHHiiiiis'linil an'oid inw by  wbloh any onw v?|io0rpw Imlr from nu-  dlher's beni'd ������liou'|-;*l bi������ lined lour  tltixo* n������'intl(!li n"*i for ctittltus oiT ������ Un.'  lini ntipondhsonrc Viiftln'r illut-triui-il by  (ho fact tlmt, qliliouKb th*������ Iohi1* of a h������  wn������ -pRtlmnt*>d'nt''i2 slilinnKS. tlie tosfi  Ui the bi'iirU wub t'stiuiutcii at '2D.*-  Ulohe. "'���������' '     '������������������������������������������������������  SlmUitr, bnt Dinerent,  PIurs i Whon I itwiko u trtiilo,  Wh.vh wit tit Hornet Iiiiin ro boot  IMuu't-t ��������� Siitue here, and 1 iinunll.v ch  It litter when 1 kick iiiy8elf.~(;hii:u������c'  New*.  A Sliennimt- Life.  *'l suppose n. publlp nuin hns to rend  n great, ileni," snitl the tlionutuir.i iiiiin.  "\es," nitHJiViireil Heiintoi' Sni'-ilnuii;  "tlit* di-iliiitul for nnyeautcs Is no ureal  now that a i-iati has to keep diRiitnp In  tlu* library till the tlmo in order to keep  up, thu supply of stories tiiioiu Ulun3-.it."  is uncle,'Hui'olpli Distler, care of RS  R .lii'itsnn, C'lnbet'Lind, HC   ������������������   -  Ho  A WIm PreVHUtlon.  - h* m:'4M  ��������� l*IB������Mi-*Wi>*W  ^1  A.  o  J**40t0p'*kJi  XXXh llntl Iteenrd.  ������������������Tl)-*rp goes n intin with a mlplity  bfl<l reeonl,"  "You  don't  stiyl   He doesn't  look  crlmUml."  "Who snid rrlmlnnlV Hp'h a bloyole  rnccr who hns nuvur dono Uuttor thuu a  ailiom 2*4*'."  nrenlcerM Ahenrt.  Auntlo (niiMciiiHlyi ���������l������o yon tlilnfe yon  hnve imd tho propur trnliiloR for u poor  mu ii s wifeV  Hwect GIiM-Ypij, InrtPPd, fujin hnsn't  Hlven mo nny Hpomllng money worth  mi'ntlohlnH  for yt'iu'i*,   4 tilwuyH not  ttllHUH i'lllMU\,-a.     '  ���������  i  KivnllowliiK Abllltlp������ of fmrtl-et-,  The JtlWH Of the clilcUeii HiuiUe, hiij-h  a Tpsiiii. uro Iiiidk <������n liti-uL-rc-H tliat oan  UP uiki'ii iipuri or 'UiHplticed for tlu1  lime oeiu^, u^ Cu " ' ' "  i, iiiiu- T������ ** j-' oo  Multe nnd Have Monoy for TTou. ���������  Bvoryboay Hliould Join tho mutualXltorftry Mu-  10 Club of Amorlca.. TUorelH nothlnitelro llko It  ,ayw!aorft. Itoo������toa1moRtrottilnBto]olnanrltho  uonontR It Klvog aro womlnrfiil, Itornbio-J you to  purotinso hooks nmlporlodlonlR, munio and muslonl  iiiifltrumrnta at npoainl out prfoi)-*, It eeouroHro-  1 duood riUos at miiny hotels. It anRvron quoHtlonii  froo ot nhnrito, It oif-ini scholatglilps and valuiv-  Uio cauli prlr-os to -miniborg, It rnMntnlna cluli  rnoma in in imj- ol tion for Its tnnmhors. In adilf Hon,  ovory nitiiuUor roci-ivcm theofllotal maaaBlno end'  tu*d ���������* i:v'ry MoiitU'-RiiiiWIciittonliincla-i'iliy  11 mt,1-ioluulnf- 0 pliiooi of hlRh olami vnpal and In-/  Htrumeiitnl itiiula(full aim; each inonili wltliouti  :       WILLiAMS BROS.        :  Llvarv Stable'  ; TraMS'I'KKS and Dkaymkn ���������  \ S,|NGf,K awd: Double rics '.  S*   WW "WW<   Aw* OnppBB ������������������������������������  !���������     ^V.ft^^1-^'    A-'ITKNIIEW - TO,     '  a t  ���������'Third St., Cumberland,B.C.  lien Jn jMiberlani'.  STAY AT TPB,;���������...'.....  VKNit OME.  COURT W  Rents received,     debts   coilecte4,  Sarins valued,     Deede* regist-ifotj,  Deuls, Wills, Mining Papers, &o.������ drawn.  OFFICES,    CUMBERLAND, B.Q  " lei on Parle  Fraucans."  ,.maaetaja*ummmemMtMmii*m*ma^mimtmMmaa^ ^  For CANDIES  =t^WELTiEs7"P IctTFres/=  Frames and  cleaning  23*  of frames.      ""  D.   HUNDEN  Cumbe"lanc|  O'H)()0 0< )OOOOOOOOOuOr  JAN OKTAlAiOF XIUiBlil BliNaiiUXB V0R AL>  HOST NOTHING.        ^    ...    . -    ������ ���������    .  wliloh  lll-ll-M-  itif     AU, CONVKN^i^S   1*011   GVKSTK  TiirRaII 18 SlJl'lM-lKD \VVr\\  B s������t Liquors, and Ci|;ai ������  r. n  o  o  0  8  I am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reaKosuible rates.  t D. KILPATRICK  ^ CUMHEKLANI)  - O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ  V ' 'vi  0  o  o  o  uIt yearly momboriblp fon InOnoDolln**-for  ynti nnt all nbovo, nnil yon mny with,  iirnw nny tlmo -cvlthln thero montU������ If you  want to do no and net your dollar Imatt. If you  don'tonratOHtiniiil |l,00. nana 85 ounti for Hired  moiitlm rnombomlilp, Nobody enn afford tnnanfi  till offer by. You will gut your money brink In  ���������aliin niiini* tlmim ovor, Full pavtlouiarii will no  ont.fro* U olinrw, l������������e If rim nro wlm* you*_l\  load In your rutiuo-it ter -mombonlitp with tlio  timpnr fi>n at onnn. Tlmiilntii.turoamontbRinom.  bcirmilp olTcr will hooii olianno, Wrlto nt onoojitj-  dronvinayour l������ttorniid unoin-ilng $1,00.for tull  yoiir'fl inpmbowhlo or iwofatyllvo oontl for throe  IWIIIllW*|*fW*f***ff*********^  ���������HO^S5j������������:iMi:K������5:-*;*,"j  _.. ���������. -*-"i'i''^nmumwtu*rmmjnmim  .* c Im  t'ntitntl   Hit'lilt  ���������������t������,.-*.  S-  "All. .Itttn writw th������" he'* hrrn wntrlc  llffiliit It eotli'H**.     IliH'n k-u-ihI.    hum-'  ffi'ilcmlp mooglit brcik out,"���������Hem Vorlr  4<eir������i������f '  Ji..,.f..t. ���������   ������������������ <���������    -*������       -   -  nnil nn  enn lie  i'lMHinulVil'to emi'i'. IhmuI mid nil. Willi  little c'Yot't. mid ThM bony. '-I|IK miide  of imllii nililiprllU*' rniitci'hil nnu vei.v  MtHi-luihle,  the  bid-inn  llttlo  ������������lm:il  ,    )   .      , >   i>.   I lu. ������itfini"e!i  ���������i/iiii  lilu..i ������  .w,-  Mh- unali.'whln Ihi'H enrolully rond-  i.Ih Juwh ho tlmt hit* inoiilh MH.-'uni'*-  iih normal f'l'/.e mnl bllMfully -'<'|k>;:'������������������"  for the miccee.llc-4 *\* hoxir*. I .if  nowe.fnl ii.tHti'lc Julco does tit.- bill  ���������-,..,. itnil no TV-nil! enn Iwitlfy thnt lie  evi'r'h'Miril n idxh'hm *t������ukf ������r. M-rii'-*-.  fj-.j.,, !,������������������:.r,s���������u-i.ii or cltnmic <lyi':>������Mi'-|ii  thei'a|ituiealnl<ll''>estk������nerc|,.'l;et,s  nnnn hlrdB. turkey cffin ������Md ruis wm  ntltllU* Kimjlh'  ItiiKlillJC to tin* cUieUeU  mahv und do not cull for a six boui  luyotl lo fvt-dlns tlmo.  'il flaw tn IH Ml! Year l(|$  lift  1'iF''**���������  il       ���������.���������   'iJ       T*"i 1-T'lr,'- r-.l-.lfv- I'orlVtenl o������ ������ho M  '<i    w. M   v/itlt i'io .-tu.''i:f Jt ouliwiiiil, ������tw,i |l|  .i  ,,": ;,.',it-.H.iir*<+:!a'.ti.Mi.   ,   , ��������� m  ���������;'������     ' ,'.'"*,';ri'l*'H',.i -i.'i.Oii fl���������>'���������.���������'i (l"<*.jy*JIn|f m  3    It. '.;, Cir.:.!l:*i M^'cmvt -������������������ iiw.l ngS  l      *,-'������������������,    ;.v.i<f.i.- n;"t   Paukw $ow -M  x      ,<:-i-rl'i cc. l-c. *fi-6o.  litrm M ������>������<���������> jjr-**  ���������'    Cni.iiui.ui. jjij.*,  *,    r\iaf:ii--itfo'roiorriUim<ir,\o\imiei. ru  Sul Ce.������JJwuy, 1-Ji.wXorV M  1 THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  lusued Every Tuesday.  W. B. AWJpRSJCN,    -      ?     '     -    ' Moil  'tho ooluintia ot Thk Nk\**������ are o\***\ to all  *������ho wish Co ejcpr-.ni!* .hi-reiu views o mat-  jter*"  >f puhlic jnUjraat.  While we d<* uot hold ourselves re insi-  hie for the utterjinoeB of corr������8pionden(.o, we  flaervt** thd r gilt of declining to inBer  onimunica'.iona uaoeeeaaurtty \>er������i>ual.  1 i .- ���������,,. JJJ- ^' '.V'-*���������'.-���������'        ' ' '  ���������WKDHBSfcAY, JUNE 14   1905  ftpmait & Maiio Rj  r" ������. Fad an* ������ <>sl't-  K Boston editor, asked to define the  .difference between a cult and a fad  rose to the emergency in this manner.  LCI ���������   .,   .-a fad is anything that arouses eva-  C0E* DSR tS ��������� =n-"s^^^r is  AND     SECOND     blKliiii. ...������  Cumberland  Hotel  CUMBERI-A.NJ)  B.C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress  Ity."  I  Kxtennatlon.  ���������. ^ _-, - -   . ;     Visitor-That palming is by an o\������S  When in Cumberland be stir, ,  ^-^^^^^eUea.^-.-e-s.  and stay at the Cumberland 1  s. s-  Oity of Nanaimo/  ���������*���������"- ���������-*-  Hotel, First-Class  Accomoda  tion for transient and pernian  ent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hall  Run in Connection with  Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2,00 per day  BERTS 1URSMIS,  3010 Westminster Road  but the frume is new.  No one can read the Bible out loud  in the eauie voice in whicli tit* would  read a selection from a m*WBV-u->uiv-  Atctiiaou iiiobe.  Union  TorrlliJ*-   Infant*.  In counving life's worrlei  'Tis liitle iliings tell.  All girla wiih small brothers  Know this very wt>ll.  ������������������Philadelphia North American.  Comparison.  She-Was Nellie prompt In accepting  his proposal''  He-Weil, 1 understand there wasn't  any government coutract business  about it  In tlio World of "Graft.  It happens too oft  That a peach among women  Thro-wt* herself away  On a green persimmon.  WaVerly Hotel U (  First-Clas6 A-jeommodition    -  ,. .,at Reasonable Rates ...  REST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  of el  iAMvEl     C        DAVia,.PEOPB.IETOa  ���������S^Hs frfim Vi^toris-. Tuesday, y.:a,m., for  ���������Jsjafjatflaij, galling-<>t" North' Saanich  Cow'toliHR Hay, Maple Bay and Crofton  Whe������ freight or passengers offer.  "Leaves N^nhimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  jLeaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  "Leave1; Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way pons,  -���������sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m;., for  yictoria,   Crdling  at Crofton,    Maple  Bay, CoA'ichan Bay and  North  Saanich when freight or passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions permit.  VANCOXjyER-NANAIMO ROUTE.  a. S      '* JOAN."  flails from Nunaimo 7 a.in. daily except  Sundays.  * * *  ���������Bails from Vancouver after arrival of C.  P.R. Train No. i. daily except Sun-  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field And Flower Seeds, now in  stouk and tested as to ��������� vitality. Wholesale and retail.  1 , r   English 4 x BURTON always ou tan ;     also, tho famov.R MILWAUKEE  '.'BEEU*���������-Mi-msrr. Bohemian, SohUtz, &o.       "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY,    i     Best Vines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging D partment, under the ltnmediate superintendence of Mas  Davir, will he found First class in every respect.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR K1U8T-C1.ASS  CANDY. FRUITS,  ���������    cj 10 ARK & TOBACCOS.  RATES,  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   ..  RHODODENDRONS, ROSES, GREEN  HOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Spring Planting  Campbe  $1 00 per day upward**.  BAKERY   . IJ - ���������    ���������; .. -it. .1    lj'.i.i.jj.i'.jl.   '.. ���������131  HARNESS  ,-   BEE  ���������FERTILIZERS- -  HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  A Fine Selection cf CAKES   always   on  hand.  FRESH B&TJAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL CAKES promptly attended-to.  \\/ WILLARD ia prepared to  V * ��������� till auy Orders for Pine or  He-.vy Hiirnei-8, at short notioo.  Green hnuse full of Plants, Cut Flowers  -Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  call and extimine stock.,  EASTERN PRICES OR LESS.  Bunsmir Avenue*  DM'berlaiid,  ' "days, at 1 xj.m~   -   ���������  TIME TABl5TeFFBCT1VE  APRIL   *3tb,    1905-  M. J, HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B.C  'Morrocltf Bpos-  UNION BREWING? Co,  NANAIMO, B.C  V  The yearly return of ihe Bock Beer season, is   of interest to the  brewer as well as the public, and the  Jlo. 2-Daily  ��������� A.M  VIOTOBIA TO -WMJrXWGTCW.  No. 4���������Rim-'aj  r,M.  P0i900.-. Victoria..,.....^'^  It'   ^........Ouldstream.,...   (   3^  Duueana.  ������'uu  .NftUftVih**',...... " ��������� ������ 4--  ,Wellingten.....Ar. 0 55  DREAD. Cakes and Pies delivered daily to any part of City.  .ullsto;kop _ Groverk*  uwtir&eeit~&BfrR-  W.ll again show that ������peoial care ha������ been.taken in the manufacture of the superior  arti.le     The Union Brewing Oo,'������ Bock has been breweed for a number of months  aud stored iu their famous cellars until it hm reached the proper age, and ������ now  ON BRAUUHT AT ALL HOTELS.  WiLUKl) BLOCK.      Cumberland.  Sanaimo Cigar factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST   *.:   ON   ::   EARTH,  ji��������� ' - '-:- l        .    , ,jr 'jlj;  Maunfactured by  P. GABLE & CO., NAJJAJOIO, B.O,  C. Hv TARBELL,  tt  High Grade Stoves  and all Kitchen acquirement-*  4* 1L00.  p tt.  *i 12 85..  ^r^.53..  'Vf/ELLI.'T������  $fo. -'1-rDuil  '     A. Mi'  Pe,   8.00..  ������������������   8,20.-  *l. TO VICTORIA.  No. .3 ������������������"Sviudaj \  A.M.  ....WolUngton.,..  De. 8 0  -   ������,-v........Niuaimo,...... ^   3,L  ��������������� 10.42... Kieuig's....... ������������������   6 30  ������ 11.88 ,,....,CohlBiream  ���������'   O.fl'i  *%r 12 OH,.... .. .Victoria  Ar 7.00  Thpusand Mile ;uid Commutation Tickets ������n sale, good ovut rail and ste,u..et  Vines, nt two and onc-hrvlf cents per mile.  Special truins and stciimcrs for KNCtrjr.v  sions, and reduced rues for parties imS'l  tie an'omjed fm on application to, the'  'Ihe Company reserve**) the ri^t'to  ���������jhanKe without previous^iotice, si earners  wtiltnti dales and houro ol sailinK.  ^xcm'siM Ticketsotii Siiil" from anil to  all Stains, good for gninn journey Sat-  \irday und SuiuUy, reiununi- not laici  \hi\i) .^optlav,  Geo. h. CounvKKV,  TrulHc Manager,  NOTJOE.  Rldiuj? on locomotivoB an������J  rail  way cars ol the  Union  Colliery  Company by any pereaiv ,>r  \w  soils-���������oxbopt irtvin orew���������is strictly  pronUiit-twI.    KuimoyceB  ure ������ul>-  Uct to cliiiirtvit'Bitl fp.r aUpwipg saim  Bv ordey  iVi^iiaHw \  S ^P������INTERSv^^^^������^f  SIN lUGARQ'TO THE ���������     ������ ���������*      .       .mWS^^^^m^   ���������  if.  rl4  C-U-JU.HCD ON THC 0T,7������������P .PTM ������> ������*-��������������� MONIH ^"f ���������   '1^^^^!^]" ,^S^^'  If.!,  V'iil   ilhis'-  ) n-  C   M  (ed,   reliubK1,  i Is -jioni'lly  '���������L-,l.  r pi-iii,*.il in  sltiVi'isiiol'iM nl llie N.W.r.  .1- :.iiii*y I'.ohnva lo em.-Ii  'lln;l\   H'l<'.  t1'!'   1  ��������� ���������;���������,������������������' -i., i o i'.i-l :i  I   V li,,V)'.,,llMl,i������l   *  Pointer.' hio. I-t| V. a vurdy V'l-stc'.i' Cii'd'ir-t  At:.;ci.',.ir.'.l l'a>y: for w-.r.teni  C������i-'i'll'ii Kj; ini.'it'nn<1. !-'.ua'V.i:*,,i"  W  "rft-.ViJ (Mill .''������������������|M*l',s:i.  IPmlntc.-- No. II-.i'-H I.".mh am sivioUy cv.. 1\ in r '���������  <!i.*-*:*li>i':ii..U ut ���������.���������M.ui.ttltuu,  su  Polmtiir Nfl. 4*������'���������"'<<; i.'of-Wt 't l'-oroivr js Wn: <������������������  V'.) rttii '.v i*'.t i.i S.".'i',i.' '.-"iiiWiiin.  To.nlvr 1Ut< B"51 lm*<'HU".*<< p:::-l '"\ n>lvnii-;e an * *  I'llt'lt ft' o.lu.i-1 ,vili ]'J-ii* *;i<;.ii::'.  rointf*-*" No. ti���������It"- .ift "���������������������������Ht'uiiR nml inloruitMion  ,s*ll jH-    I).***.  1'olnlv.r fin. 7-Mornlly it Is nbnv-j i������i>v,-.nch,  Fro'cxa Now to December Si, 10^9 loi* U.<  lliclii<H"tf Oi"iBlfitli'i*.'i������tHjrrliil,S-iii.iil ,���������,.,..,( -,  l*ii:iiil..r.*.*ittlJ������ I'll." .������. 11,^11,a. AUVR...1  " Uiniiiilc oi.py'nni freo n\>m\ (*'w<nt, P. O. Box t3t0, WINNU'F.G, MAN.  SPORTSMENS GOODS  & GENERAL HARDWARE  i             HOLY  TRINITY 'CHURCH  SERVICES.  Holy Communion evpry Sunday at 8pnfc.  ���������rirst Sunday in the month, 11 am.%  Morninji service, n a.m.; Sundny%  School, 2.30 p.m.; Evening service,  7 p.m.;  Choir Practice every Friday  J������2T'**t 7 3������ !-������������������������������������-  " " F, G. Christmas Pastor.  1*  plication will bo xnade to tho IfBgislativo  Anionihly o( tha Vrnvinoe of Biitmh Col-  xxmhi* at it* naxt *wn������i������n for o,u Aot txtood-  in-z tb������ tlnje for %he ootniftcfl-jeti.*W!,t id the  ermi^ruoklon ol fclie Oompaay's Un* of rail-  wajg and tor the ���������xponditur-* thtsipp, ot ten  per oent- oi the amount o) th������ o������-L>it.������,l itm* f p**r ������5 <   -v inw -.ure*.,..,. >.....���������   -*0<-lv-������lng the ivuvoturv*; o! tho oaplttlandper- f firke $1.50 cadi. -Apply, ju'.m J. R  tplUiofj the Comptuy toou^nUiK; tlu rail- J Miller, Lfttl*- River* Poultry Yards, Co  l^ted th������ '^tb January, im  ^U^^?fVth������>jpjliw-rV.  EGGS FOR HATCHING.  From Pure-Ulood Stock.    Single Comb j  | White  Leghorn   Wyclcoff ������im1n ~- the  [-(re.-uest layers in Amer>r.i������-Et{g9, *i.oo  pr ? 5,  A few i-clccte-l Cockerel!* for^ale  TRADt MARK**  DISIQNS,  ----- OOPYHIOHT1 Aa  quickly iiBOortuln, froo, -������hotn..,8n tiiTOntloDJi  liroiiiiiil-* piitoutiililo, (.'oramunlMtloDi itnqlV  coniiJontliil, Olilont iweiicii..vr"}0<*urlniipM������Mii  In Amerion.   Wo finvo a WiuiliiMWn o������o������  H-tWinl-iollou lit, tuo  801EHTIF10 mmm,  brwaufulty tlluitmtM, lw������r* ������'���������*">������*���������������������������������  any Miontitlo tniirnnl, WMftlr;  fl.Wilx inoittlin    WimolUiim  BUOK ON I'ATKNW Wilt fML   .���������  MUNN   A   OO.,  361 llrodtlwni, ttrw V������rk������  iriux.    M������"l orders. niiciiut*d \*>,  HKOWN LKGHORN ECUS FOR  lUTCHlNC-Ptwt'Wiiwwis���������S$ per  hundre������\ foTirw*������H������tors, 7$ct<. pet *WI-  Soj^-S F DouspN, CooiiWiJJ.  ���������^^^gfm^Bmim*fmit^>m  ObtalMbl. in Packets also In bulk^^N" b������-t v������lu������ In the n������������rkrt.  LOCAL Alii*'-   v':~r  A    OnoD    OUlUb  FOK THKIU'WrilAXH CIC AVIIH-ARM l������'*Mrit������lj.|*H������l)f,  ..'...!������'.. 11. ,,,*������V.!-"l!N'!������*niiuti 1 ut������ tuatttXat  .no,'.*ni,^!*j ili'il  Ride* Plalole ah������trtun������  ������Un *������������������������.-.->'. ������������������   -'   ������������������ '   "-*���������''"'*  ��������� IWO tVHI <S*.I*V !,)>''-M-iM.Wl, p, lt������������ l.fUi-1 turf ****���������  . i.tMi.'tJmi- ..ti.i ��������� , :..������*i*fn,1l*(������!0r-.*.i.|l|jt*������t,|Wl>  i ��������� .f������i,ii'-n .i (i-.ji.. iJii.a.������i'i;���������������,i.*.ii.i-ji'incni������������������  |.������ii:'���������'-;, fw.iiUlii A.  tXT.AKHt  ,i ��������� uric- *;  M - ..*    v...: .  M������t������.,rs .1. Mci'  ������,���������������*������-! '    .^-*wt  TUB HUDSON'S BAY CO.. A SPRING NEED.  THE INDOOR LIFE OF WINTER IS  ON THE HEALTH.  "Not exactly sick���������hut not feeling  flquite well. That's the spring feeling.  "The reason���������close confinement indoors  ������������������during the winter months, breathing  ithe impure air of badly ventilated  houses, offices and workshops. The  .trouble may manifest itself in a variable appetite, little pimples or eruptions  ���������.of the skin, a feeling of weariness, and  tperhaps an occasional headache, or a  twinge of neuralgia or rheumatism.  Perhaps you think the trouble will  pass away���������but ,|t won't unless you  drive it out of the system by putting  the blood right with a health-giving  tonic. And there is only one absolutely centain, blood-renowing, nerve-  restoring tonic���������Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills for Pale People. Thousands of  .���������grateful people have testified that  these pills are the best of all spring  medicines. They actually make new  ..blood; they brace the nerves and  strengthen every organ;of the body.  They make tired, depressed, ailing  men, women and children bi light, active and strong. Mrs. N. Ferguson,  , Ashfleld, N.S., says: "For the benefit it may be to others I take much  pleasure tin saying that I have found  wonderful benefit from the use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. When I began  taking them I was so badly run  down that I could scarcely go about  the house. I was also troubled with  palpitation of the heart and weak  jspells, but the pills have fully r'e-  rstored me and I am now enjoying,better health than I ever expected to have  again."  If you want tp be healthy in spring  don't dose yourself with purgatives���������  they only weaken���������they can't cure.  Don't experiment with other so-called  tonics. Take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  at once and see how quickly they will  Danish all spring ailments, and make  .you active and strong. Sold by all  medicine dealers or sent by mail at 50  ���������cents a box or six boxes for $2.50 by  writing the Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Medium���������Do you wish to see your  departed husband's spirit? Mrs. Whif-  fletree���������No; I want to see his ghost!  Josh never had no spirit!  Member---    Regard   uoe������   Throngb  Three  Stagci���������Itoverehce,  iirererenoe tnd  Finally Devout Belief,  The Auditor-General's report, itself the -quintessence and cream  -checso ot' Parliamentary knowledge,  ."Shows that every member of Parlia-  ���������ment is in receipt, during the session, ot forty-flvo blue books, not  counting the monthly statements ot  'the Customs and Trades and Commerce Departments, which woulo  "bring tho total up to sixty-six,  The attitude of the individual member toward this mass of official literature is various, but, broadly speaking!, he passes through,  three stages  jot opinion���������the rovoront, which moans  ithat he hasn't looked at the contents  ��������� of his bluo   book;   tho    irreverent,  'Which moan*?, tbat bo has looked   at  ���������-'them just enough to make him scop-  > ileal; tho dovout, which means that  ihe has mado a study ol thoin   and  Xjaa* learned to love thorn.  The Xrrerovernut Stage,'  'Tho new member, no matter on  what side ot politics, is inclined to  rospoct bluo books. Thoir color is  protontious without being gay; thoir  bulk is ItnpresHivo; thoir numbor ii  prodigious; and tlio' amount of information thoy ulloct to convoy appeal's to bo monumental, lio hours a,  groat doal from tlto old hands about  tho bonollts of a dllltfiuit attendance  on supply, whereby tlio affairs ol' the  nation tuny bo in.i'-ti'i'-.'d down to tho  mom trilling details. , Mut ho has  young blond in hiH volns, and lacks  that rcliHh for cIdko ami lysis which  couios with ogo nnd oxpi'i'lcrico, Ho  hasn't it in him to Kit still liko his  grands I ro carved in alabaster and  dlaeua* llguruH, lie la repelled hy tho  formal tono of all them! reports. Th*  stylo, of tlio bluo book Js novor buoyant, Tho hoitIi'iI coiniiuiH of statistics aro nothing short uf alarming.  Thoy look, indued, about as cheerful as thu differential calculus, Thu  now member is willing enough to enjoy tho reputation of boltitf a sorious-  inlndod person, but ho doosn't fancy  having to work for It. He ls, in  abort, contont to take the bluo book  on trust, as most people are contont  to take, thoir motaphysics and thoir  ���������religion and their views about other  tilings they cannot under stand, xjoi  no one chine him for his deferential  neglect of what might improve his  mind and give him a headache. He  but follows the way of a large part  of the world, which is ready to vow  that Paradise Lost is a i great poem  without taking the trouble to wads  through it. Most of us have also  met the man who lends his voice to  Shakespeare and the Bible as a liberal education, without finding it  necessary to become familiar with  the objects of his * admiration. The  new member realizes that if ignorance is ever bliss, ignorance of forty-  five blue books ought to come under  that head. He ends his first session  by dumping the whole lot of them on  the floor, but not without a pang,  wo may feci sure, that so much valuable material *��������� should have to be left  behind.  The Sceptical Slag*.  As times goes on our member of  Parliament reaches the second or  sceptical stage, If he is in Opposition he arrives there more quickly.  Indeed, many members of the Opposition never get beyond this stage of  arrested development. They stick on  tho way to perfection like tho Chinese language or the anthropoid ape.  Acting on the principle that no good  can come out of Nazareth, they refuse to believe that even the Government, blue books can tell the  truth. They are not bitter toward  them.> Their style of criticism suggests that they would got out the  same kind of blue books themselves  if they had the chance, and that the  rules of the game permit a certain  amount of mystification and demand  a certain amount of credulity on the  part of those iyh<$ aro playing it.  For instance, the theatre could not  live a minute unless those who attend are favorably disposed toward  the illusion. This is the attitude of  the Opposition members toward a  blue book. He does not impugn it,  but he winks the a������her eye.. He does  not say it is a sham, but he would  have everyone know that, he is not  taken In. He would not break up  the game, but he is pleased to affect  a mellow cynicism toward all statements emanating from Government  sources. He does not protest that  the truth is not being told,5 but he  begs leave to doubt that the whole  truth is being revealed.  V.  Perout Belief.  In due courso comes the third stage  of opinion, that of devout belief   in  Foods and Food Products.  PROF. GRAY'S  LECTURE  BEFORE  THE NATIONAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF  MONTREAL.  Immense    Value    of   the    Electrical  Purification of Flour.  Prof. M. A. Gray, chemist, lectured  on 'Foods and Food Products/ in the  National History Society rooms at  Montreal,  The lecture was most exhaustive  and instructive, dealing with the  growth of wheat, its constituents and  the electrical treatment of flour. Mr.  Gray remarked that but little could be  said concerning the percentage of  nourishment contained in the ��������� different grades of Northwestern hard  wheat, as it varies from year to year.  Speaking of chemical experiment,  Mr. Gray pointed out what had been  done in this line in regard to wheat,  during the last1 ten or twelve years,  in the different experimental stations  of the "United States. It was but very  recently, however, that laboratories  had been esablished in connection  with flour mills, but they have already  demonstrated-their" utility.."  As to the purification of flour; by  electricity, the speaker remarked that  it is about two years since this method  was adoped, and the development has  been wonderful. A beautiful silvery  whiteness is produced by subjecting  flour, to air which has been passed  through a flaming electrical discharge.  The flour has also, as a consequence,  better keeping qualities and commands a better price. The Ogilvie  Flour Mills Company, he said, was the  only firm in Canada, and one of the  first in America, to make use of this  purifying and sterilizing process.  "the blue"books, or, at least, belief  strong enough to build arguments on  and to wax controversial. By this  time the member-has learned how to  read his blue book, as Carlyle says  history should bo read���������that is to  say, actively. Put yourself in tho  other man's place, and say what you  would have dono under tho same circumstances. In this frame of mind  the blue book reader gets behind each  item and imagines why such and  such a thing should be thus and so.  This is, much bettor than the actual  truth, -because one shapes it to suit  himself, and it need not be inconvenient. Under those conditions tho  most baffling bluo book renders up  its secrets; the Auditor-General's ro-  port becomes as positive as tho Encyclopedia Britannica, and oven the  estimates have tho intimato charm of  a romance in which one knows tho  characters, and is tickled to soo them  In print, Hn this state of esoteric  sympathy ono can visualize tho hoaps  of red gold In tho Dominion Treasury  and see the surplus evon under the  budget speech. Tho Indians, fearful  in war paint and feathers, rush  tumultously through Mr. Sifton's  matter-of-fact pages, and one can almost snid the salt sea and senso tho  storms and shlpwrocks and.the bone-  ������trown floor of tho ocean In the re-  Valuable to Mothers  -��������� /:'���������  Baby's Own Tablets are for children  of all ages���������they are equally good, for  the new-born babe or the well-gnpwn  child. They will promptly cure colic,  indigestion, constipation, teething  troubles, diarrhoea, and simple fever.  The Tablets break up colds, prevent  croup, and promote healthy sleep.  They are guaranteed not to contain  a particle of opiate or* any of the poisons found in so-called "soothing" medicines;���������Every-mother~who--hias"ussd"  these Tablets speaks of them hi the  highest praise. Mrs. T. Timllck, Pitts-  ton, Ont., says:���������"I have used Baby's  Own Tablets with the most satisfactory "results. I can recommend them  to all mothers as a remedy for teething  and other troubles of childhood." You  can get the Tablets from any medicine dealer, or by mail at 25 cents a  box by writing The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Aad  liovj  You* Asps f.iied in Carrying 51 Qui  By  Q& .-CHASE'S kipJMEY-LIVCft- PitL������  "A movoment of the bowels every  day."  This Is the fundamental rule of  health. The one point on which doctors are unanimous.  But what causes the bowels to become constipated?  The inactivity of the liver.  Bile is nature's own carthartic and  so Ions as the liver is active in its  work of filtering bile from the blood  and passing it into the intestines,  thero is no trouble from constipated  bowels.  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills cure  constipation by setting the liver  right.  This is the only means by which the  bowels can be regulated.  Salts and castor oil will effect a  motion of the boweis, but, once the  effects of tho dose passes oif, you will  be more constipated than ever.  They'fail to set the liver right.  By regulating the liver by use* of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills you ensure  a healthful action of the bowels and  so prevent and cure scores of ills,  such as indigestion, biliousness, constipation, kidney disorders, colds and  contagious diseases.  Mr. C. Fvlmmel; shoemaker, Western Hill, St Catharines, Ont., states:  ���������"I have used Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills regularly for some time  and consider they are unsurpassed for  torpid liver, defective circulation, indigestion, headache and constipation,  as these were my troubles. I used  many remedies but got no relief until  I tried Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,  and a few boxesc* of this preparation  have entirely cured me. I am not in  the l'.abit of endorsing any medicine  but In this case I cannot speak too  j highly in praise of Dr. Chase's Pills  for what Jthey have done for me."  Mr. D. C. Hoimes, Justice of the  Peace for Lincoln Co., states: "I am  acquainted with: Mr. C. F.Immel, and  consider him a reliable citizen in every  * sense of the word, in fact, I have  known him from boyhood up and can  say I believe him to be truthful and  ! honest." , V  ' Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dese, 25 cents'a box, at all dealers, or Edmaiison, Bates &' Co., Toronto. The portrait and signature of  Dr. A. Yv'.,Chase., the famous receipt"  i book author, are on'every box.  HAS BEEN ALL  FIGHT EVER SINGE  A   NEW   ERA   IN   TRANS-PACIFIC  TRANSPORTATION.  The Great Northern Steamship Company in placing in service between  Seattle, Wash,, and Yokohama, Nagasaki, Kobe, Shanghai and Hong Kong,  the magnificent American built steamships the "Minnesota" and the "Dakota," marks a new era in transportation facilities between the United  States and the Orient. Tho magnificent steamships with their superior  facilities, In handling Immense freight  cargoes and the luxurious appointments for passenger travel has given  an Impetus to our Oriental trade. The  North Pacific route to tlio Orient ls  rapidly becoming tho popular ono and  now that the two palatial steamships,  the "Minnesota"  T. H. BELYEA, M. P., PROVES THAT  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE  PERMANENTLY.  Some Years Since He Used Them Now  and. He Has Had Good Health Ever Since ��������� Story of Well-known  Naw Brunswick Man.   .   .   .  Lower Windsor, Carleton Co., N. B.,  April 10-(Special).-"Yes,T have good  health ever since I used Dodd's Kidney Pills"    The speaker was Mr. T.  H. Belyea, postmaster here, and one  of Oie most highly respected men In  thls\part of the country.    Asked to  givetijiis experience with the great Can-  WI  adTaH Kidney Remedy Mr. Belyea continued:  "I had been troubled with my kidneys for a number of years. I tried  several kinds of plasters and other  kinds of medicines, but did not seem  to get any lasting benefit. Hearipg  Dodd's Kidney Pills so highly recommended I decided to try them and they  made a complete cure of me. That is  two years ago now and as I said before  I havo had good health ever since 1  used Dodd's Kidney Pills."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure once and  for all. There is no stage or form of  Kidney Disease that they do not cure  completely and permanently.  After Many Years  ot experience, we bave prepared a list of the  hardiest known apple crab and plum trees,  small fruits, ornamental trees and shrubs,  perrmal flower plants, etc., sent free on apiili  cation.   Address  i BUCHANAN'S NURSERIES  SI'. CHARLES, MANITOBA,  When a Scotch schoolmaster entered the temple of learning one morning, he read on the blackboard: "Our  teacher is a donkey." The.pupils expected there would be a cyclone; but  the philosophic pedagogue contented  himself with adding the word "driver"  and opened the school with prayer as  usual.  IMPROVED   TRAIN   SERVICE  ' For the summer season the Canadian  Pacific Railway intend experimenting  by-increasing"the-passenger-service-on-  some of the branch lines in the west.  It is intended to put a double dally  service on the Deloraine line/leaving  Winnipeg and Deloraine morning and  afternoon. At the same time on the  Edmonton line there will be, in addition to the daily passenger train, a triweekly train, leaving Calgary and Edmonton In the afternoon three times  a week.  Should the experiment prove a success financially, no doubt the C.P.R.  will shortly give additional service on  other branch lines.  and   tho "Dakota,'  . ���������   . . , havo been put In commission there is  port of the Minister of Marine  and , no que8t|0n hni that n further greater  iki.i..,.im   *-������ w������ -*.*.������.������������. -���������- <iucmiSG ln om. tm(l0 wlth th0 orient  Fisheries. Few members, however, at  tain to this ecstacy of faith in blue  books,  1)01)1) S '  KIDNEY  , j,    i   I L JLi'%M    --������������������  >/lii. -L-J&;  Utile rroflt In Ball*.  Tho dairyman wbo keeps full blood  roeordod stock can very ofton soil tho  young stock at very romunoratlvo  prices, but there Is a wont amount of  troublo attending this branch of tho  business, snys II, W, Phelps In National Stockman, Tho bulla nro a grent  dool of troublo to koop nnd proporly  enro for, much moro thnn ninny farmers real too whon thoy deslro to brood  their grade nnd mixed broods of cows  to thorn, Thero Is no profit in keeping  a neighborhood service bull.  01 eo Production.  During Mny, 1004, taxes wero collected ln tho flrst Illinois Internal rove-  nuo district on 80,825 pounds of artificially colored oloo nnd 1,340,800  pounds of uncolorod, Licenses wore Issued to twonty-olght retailors of oleo.  !'w iaxu Tvcrc pr.ld en Silled cheer e.  THirlng the flsonl yonr ended ,Tn-n** W>,  1003, tho first Illinois district producod  80,424,230 pounds of oleo, or nearly 42  por cont of tho production of ths entire country. ,  A Hint For D it I it Vermtra.  If a dairyman doosn't know what a  cow Is producing he hns no Idea as to  whether sho is giving him a profit for  hor food or whether ho Is boarding her  for her company. A cow's company  may be plua-dug, but is liable to be  ejpwislve aten.  as woll as Increased passenger travel  to Asalatlc ports will bo Inaugurated.  Tho first salllngof tlio "Minnesota," ln  addition to carrying tlio largost cargo  to Iho Orlnnt over carried hy any ship  In the world, ns woll as an oxtonslvt  piiBHenffor list, augurs woll for the future, Tlio "Mlnnosota" will sail on its  noxt voyage to tho Orient on Saturday  April 29th. and It will not bo amiss to  nay hero that tho oxcollenco of her  passenger accommodations will bo  heralded to tlio travailing public of the  United Stales by all who onjoyod tho  pleasant voyago across tho Pacific on  hor first trip, ns furnishing tho acme  travol comfort. Tho fact that tho superior accommodations of tho Groat  Northern Steamship Company ln con*  noctlon with the comfortable Journey  afforded by the Groat Northern Railway to Seattle, the sailing point of  tho "Mlnnnosota," will mako this  ronto tho popular ono from Occldont  to Orient.  Sunlight Soap  outshines them all in cleansing power, yet  will not injure the daintiest fabrics. It contains no unsaponified fats to discolor your  clothes nor free alkali to destroy them.  It is a  Kerfectly balanced soap, equally good with  ard or soft water.  No scrubbing, no boiling*  Try Sunlight.  Your money refunded if you don't find it best.  Level Brothers Limited  Toronto  Fores 4 to B������ Polite.  "I notice Chawley speaks to bis tailor eo tbt street"  "Poor fellow! I bad ao Ides bt owed  bim tbat much."  There was a matlnoe benefit nt the  Antiitiuuim Theatre for a oat and dog  ,' haxphul u tvw d*)t> ugu. iiciovo the  doorkeeper was ready to take tickets a  dozen women hnd gathered In tho theatre Ho went among them getting  thoir tickets, Ono woman had no tie-  ,'",l c.:si .':!;'-' l-ol-i him w. I miC**** u������>  dogs nnd cats at this hospital and I  ought to bo allowed to see this show  for nothing," said sho. "Madame, If  you don't either leave or go to tbe box  offlco and purchase a ticket I'll be In  the hospital," said the doorkeeper.  "They wouldn't, huvo you here," retorted the woman,.' making for tbe  door. "IC ,i cut and dog hospital.  Thoy won't tuko monkoys."  lifebuoy U\p^diiinfeetunt���������!��������� strong'f  fwnmmwd,-! 'y the mt*lic������| jrrofwwlc*! a*  NO MORE POOR TEA  Once you commence using  "VkNiyi*  your tea troubles ceaie*  Uiulceping vigilance In itlectlon, manufacture and packing, make II  always (he lame���������alwiyj the best.  AsK for the Red Label. Write for Premium list  BLUB RIBBON, Deportment R, Winnipeg* St�����'."��-��-.���'��"I ���.��������,i..i-h'.���.'��*l^��.......">.'��'.."��..-..j
DAN'S DEBT
By EPES WINTHROP
Copyright, 190U, by T. 0. McClure
Danny deliberately chewed up his
ticket. When he had masticated it to
a pulpy condition he waited for the
conductor. He was rather sorry he
was not better acquainted with that
official's movements, for a chewed railroad tk&et is not a tasty morsel.
At last, after what seemed to be
hours of waiting, he caught sight of
a blue coat and brass buttons in the
far end of the car, and a moment later
he began to choke. The traveling man
across the aisle pounded bim upon the
back, and presently his gasps subsided.
vWhat's the matter?" demanded the
conductor, coming up, whereon Dan
let out a wail that would have shamed
the whistle of the powerful engine
ahead.
"I swallowed most of me ticket," he
iobbed, "an' now I gotter walk all the
way to Pittsburg."
Sundry bits of pasteboard on the
floor furnished corroborative evidence,
but the conductor was adamant. '
"The gateman told me you had a
ticket to Newark," he declared firmly.
"You get off there."
"He's a liar," protested Dan, "and
ao're you!"
The conductor made a grab at his
collar, but the drummer interfered.
"Don't get gay with the kid," he
said. "You know very well you are
not telling the truth when you say
that you know where his ticket was
for."
The conductor sized up the traveling man and became diplomatic; "I
can't let him ride," he;declared apologetically. "He's got to have a ticket
or he can't stay on the train."
"Two to Pittsburg," said the drummer, producing a mileage book.
The conductor punched twollips and
passed on. If a passenger wanted to
be taken in it was none of his business, especially when the passenger
stood almost six feet.
���The-drummer_turned__to...Dan. "Your
fare is paid," he said. "On the level;
where was your ticket for?"
"Newark," admitted Danny, "but dat
big stiff didn't know."
Jack Somers laughed lightly.
"I guess tho firm can stand It," he
Baid as he tucked the book back in hl3
MnBBQ'SSOUBTBn*a FOBTOUn TBOrBLB,"
na SAID.
pocket "I've hnd good luck tbla trip,
What do you want to go to Pittsburg
for?"
"Me fador'i dor*. Ho ain't got tha
mouoy to sond for me, but I wont tor
goo him,"
"Going to sit up all night?" asked
Bomors as ho saw tho Pullman conductor ut tho other ond of tho car,
"Naw," said Dan contemptuously.
"Doy put on tno slooplu' car when I
want it"
"Well," tho other returned, "I guess
I can got a placo in tho sloeper, but I'll
como and tako you In tho diner when
it's time," And with that he followed
tht* mndtiefor down tho nislo and on to
the car where a berth had been iuuud
after tho reservation* hud -been cLccla'd
up.
Ho was ai good as his word about
tbe dlnnor, Tho ldoa of a wholo dollar
for hint one dinner appalled Dan, but
thoro was no outward displuy ui the
owo bo felt, no might bave been used
to tho host for all tbe wonderment bo
showed,
Wltb another dollar tn bts pocket tho
next morning be stepped off tho train
aud passed out Into the street. Tho
town was now to bim, but be was used
to strange cities, and befoie uuou ho
bad located bis father and bad becomo
��� resident citizen, to the old man's surprise. Ho had not sent for Dan, but a
workman bad told the boy when bit
turner was, ana ne was welcome since
he bad come. From the age of six Dan
had been a burden to no one,   v
Six months later Dan was a -.-passenger in a car going to a summer park
and occupied a seat directly, behind
Somers end a young woman, whom he
immediately classified %aa "Somers'
steady."      j. i; '..'��� '\|".    ' .
It was evident that things were not
as they would have them, for the talk
that float* back to Dan's keen ears
told him that her father objected to
Somers and that this was a clandestine
meeting.
"Don't butt in." was one of Dan's
rules, and be was lost ln the crowd at
the trolley terminal before Somers had
bad a chance to recognize his one timo
protege. The band was good, and the
green grass was a most pleasant carpet, but the talk on the trolley rang in
Dan's ears.
The girl was old Henry Greyson's
daughter���he found that out���and
Greyson objected to Somers because
he thought hhn fast���the old type of
drummer. It was evident that Somers
took the matter as much to heart as
did the girl, and Dan was quite disgusted over the state of affairs.
Henry "Greyson was known everywhere in Pittsburg. The Greyson
building was one of the most modern
structures, end Greyson's interests
were as varied as they were enormous.
It was an easy matter to find bis office,
but a lot more difficult to get at the
man. Dan waited from 11 In the morning to 3 in the afternoon, and then
from a side door around the corner of
the hall from the main office the spare,
a|ert figure of the millionaire stepped
out.   Dan pounced upon him.
"Say, Mr. Greyson," lie demanded,
plunging into the midst of the business,
"I come to ask yer a favor."
Greyson's hand went to his trousers
pocket, and Dan's lips curled.
"Nixey," he said decidedly. "When I
want cash I earns it I want your
daughter."
* "My daughter!" repeated the "astonished Greyson, looking about to see
what help might be at hand.
"Fer a friend of mine," completed
Dan. "Y'see, Paul Somers was on. de
car yesterday, an' your gal was wid
him. I hearn him tell 'er you kicked
because he was no good. Say, dat's
dead wrong."
"Do you mean to say that my daughter was. with young Somers yesterday?"" demanded��� Greyson,���forgetting,
for the moment to whom he was talking.
"I was right behind 'em," declared
Dan.
Greyson produced a ten dollar bill.
"Here's something for your trouble,"
he said. "If .you see them together
again let me know, and you may bave.
another."
"G'wan, yet old geezer!", retorted
Dan. "Did yer s'pose I'd break a friend
like that? I wariter tell yer you're nutty about Mr. Somers. He's an- all Tighter. Didn't I see a dame try ter win
him out in N'York, an' didn't lie tell
her to chase herself? G'wan! Get
wtael He's watcher want for de girl.
Pere ain't none better."
With a slight draft on his imagination ho told the old man of how Somers
had helped him to Pittsburg and how
when he was selling papers in New
York he had seen Somers often, and
how the man had done none of the
things with which be bad been charged
by other interested parties, There was
tho ring of truth in his tones, aud the
old man relented. He was accustomed
to forming bis own judgment, and be
would accept ovon the statement of a
ragged newsboy if it seemed to bim
right
"It'll bo all right, boy," ho said as
tbe talo was done, "He can bavo ber."
Wltb a wboop Dan was down tbo
ball.  Greyson called him back.
"Ain't goin' ter 'nig/ aro yer?" demanded Dan suspiciously as bo camo
up,
"No," smiled tbo magnate, guessing
at the meaning of "nig." "I just wanted to say I bavo a place in my ofllco
for you, Come around in tbo morning,
and I'll put you to work,"
"Dat'a all right," said Dan. "Yer
como down to tho corner tomorror, on'
I'll load yer enough papers to start
wld. I'm in buslnoss fer mosolf too.
I don't want tor work for no dudo
dork," And this tlmo tho boy kopt on.
His debt bad been paid.
supper, as it would in the morning,
when he couldn't find bis collar button,
or in the middle of the day. when be
wanted herisiake,a splinter out of his
fipger. if yop'U trim over tQ the last
two pages and read me out that recipe
for a throat poultice I'd be obliged.
William seems to think he's got one of
bis quinsies coming on."
'"���-������ J A Scotch Golf Story.
A golf story comes from'Scotland,
where a couple of old antagonists met
oh a course every Saturday afternoon
to determine their own private championship for the week. They were all
"square" at the seventeenth, and tbe
loser of last week had just played his
third in the shape of a nice approach
to the green. Last week's winner
came up to his ball with grim purpose.
He had an easy pitch to the green, but
a number of young sheep were unconsciously browsing along the edge, all
oblivious of the Olympian contest that
was on the point of settlement. "Rin
forrard, laddie," said last week's winner to his caddie, "and drive awa' they
lambs." "Na, na!" vigorously protested his opponent. "Bide where ye be,
laddie! Ye canha move any growin*
thing!  That's the rule of gowff."
HOUSE FURNISHING.
xne position or tne radiator is a serious problem to tbe housebuilder, increasing in difficulty wheu the rooms
nre contracted in size. The proper time
for a consideratFoii of this mutter 1s before the j|iome is really builr, when
architect and heating engineer can consult for the best advantage of each.
ARTISTIC AND PRACTICAL POINTS IN
THE HEATING ARRANGEMENTS.
Th* Fire ob tlie Hearth���The Mortem
Prnnklia nnd Other Stoves���Heating With Hot Air, Hot IVnter and
Steam���Decoration ot Radiators.
With all of these well defined steps
of improvement in house heating it is
a curious fact that not one of them has
been discarded. The fire on the hearth,
supplemented by other heating, ia still
a  popular,  important : feature in  the
BU Lonely Boors,
MUr* Spears was Visiting ber sister,
Mrs. Oumralngs, and bad just finished
reading tbo ono magazine which
monthly found Its way into tbo Cum*
mlngs. family,
"There's a real affecting ploco of poetic iu Luc," said Ml*"* Sponr-i, furtive-
ly ivlplng ber oyo*. "It's colled 'When
I Miss You,' and it's tolling bor how
many years they've lived together, and
bow, while she's away, tho twilight
hour seems different, and���I could road
it, oui 1-j i au If you'd Idto tn hnve mo."
"I guoss not," said Mrs. Cummlngs
pleasantly, but firmly. "Viw road a
good deal of that kind, first and last
And if you'd over beon married, Joan-
na-not but what you had nn opportunity? you needn't look so Injured���if
you'd ever been married you'd liuvo
known yenra ago that she'd be full as
���pt to remember bow long they'd beon
together as ht would and that the tlmo
he'd miss ber wouldn't be half as likely
to comt at dusk, unless be'd bad a ooor
A RIDE UP PIKE'S PEAK.
   AN OLD TIMH KBEl'LA.CB.
The covering of the radiator is no lot*
ger limited to gold ,and silver...paint.
'"Oftentimes a delicate color scheme requires a radiator in pure, white, or \pth
woodwork arid .:w.hIIs. Somber in .tone
the radiator looks/-best'-In deep cpl'o\%.:
Two-.kinds' of mettillic paint combined';,
make an artistic'.covering for a radiator w'li'en applied with skill.
Marble slabs .-In'pink, white, brown
,or gray may be'-'fitted 'tothe'-toprof/a^
radiator to conlinlie its'usefulness as a
pedestal or table wben its heating,
properties are discontinued.���Delineator.
J
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Humor
���   .   ���'--                  . . ��� -
end 'Philosophy*
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
,�� i.
Copyright, 11)04, by Duncan M. Smith.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
A DINING BOOM BADIA.TOB.
bouse. Modern Franklins are on tho
market Stoves continue in use in
many places, and the hot air furnace
Is retained in many of our small dwellings.
Heating by hot water and steam has
beon carried to a high plane of excellence by various Ingenious mechanical
contrivances. For hot water the radiator must necessarily be larger than for
steam, and with the latter a room can
attain a high temperature more rapidly
than when hot wator ls the medium,
in the steam heated room the dry at*
mosphere may be moistened by keeping fresh water In an open basin on tho
top of the radiator, and scientific housewives say that adding a littlo ammonia
to tbo water increases Its'efflcloncy.
A way of combining direct and indirect heating Is also gaining favor. By,
this method a radiator with a vontllat-
Ing box for its base is placed under or
In front of a window, and tho fresh alt
from out of doors'is warmed boforo it
Is distributed In tho apartment' Tlio
advantage of the system consists Iu tho
purity of tho air.
Among the Improvements in tho construction of boilers for steam or hot
wator boating Is tho adoption of cast
iron in place,of stool or wrought iron,
thus preventing them from rusting
when not lu use. For tlio oldor stylo of
packing tho Joints a bottor way has'
been substituted -in Introducing latho
turned Joints that prevent leakage,
Tho radlotor of ordinary shape la
well known, but the variations imulo
upon tho gottornl plan to suit buildings
of Irregular construction are number-
less.
Vuncd' wall*, rounding* windows,
crooked stairways, corners and angles
of all typos nro fitted with radiators to
suit their occontrlclty of lino, in bathrooms or tiny halls whero space on tho
tlour uiu.*-t. h\i ww**.**-*''!''-'.'.! 1''" '''"^i' do.
signer of radiators has made some that
can bo suspended against tlio wall on
brackets.
Iu tho dining room the radiator may
bo selected not only for waking the
room onmfortnhlo In winter, but for
warming dishes for the table. A radiator for the hiitli't'*** pantry In mode of
Bloutn or hot wuior pipes, giving a gen-
tlo warmth for food wafting to bt
���orvod for the meals.
Cheap Investment.
Invest hi a snilln,
It's well worth while,
Although tt mny seem a misfit
And not In pluco
, Upon your fitue
And mny dint rents a bit,
From 'Iny to duy
You'll nnd you tnny
"Draw dividend! on it,
Xt Is Liable to Almost Literally Burs*
Sour Head Open.
To take a pleasure ride that almost
literally bursts your head open is. a
novelty thrilling enough, it is to be presumed, for the most eager thrill seeker.
But that?5 is what often happens to
him who essays the dizzy heights of
Pike's peak, 14,000 feet above 6ea lev-?!.
"I went up on tbe cog road from
Manltou," said a .Baltimore, man, "in
company with a party of tourists, and
'before we reached the Halfway House
,therOj were two who exhibited suck
positive symptom* of distress that aft.
the first stop tbey had to leave and
take the next train down. The rest'of
ns cont|nued. In a seat a little in front
of us was a young girl who bad beeo
growing gradually hysterical and whon*
we bad been watching curiously to'
see what would happen next It happened. * Suddenly she threw up her
hands and fell backward, with blood
gushing from her mouth, ears, eyes'and
nose. ��� The conductor, who was evidently accustomed to such scenes, told
her escort to lay her flat on her back,
as the pressure was less there than at
the head height ih a sitting posture.
Tben, at the next station, she was,taken off and sent back to Manltou by-'the
wagon road. They didn't dare to take
her down by train, as the quick change
to the denser air might have proved
serious. ���*    '"���
"Well, we /kept going and reached
tbo top./ I thought I'd tak-s a short run
in the fine, rarefied air/and^ I did���
took a dozen steps'; when my heart began to beat like a trip hammer, and I
concluded that running at that height
was riot"for me. Tbey told*me you
couldn't boil eggs or beans up there. '!
don't know, because I didn't try. We
bad our pictures taken sitting on a
rock up in that barren spot, where
nothing will grow but the edelweiss,
and bought some souvenirs. Then wo
came down, and, so far as 1 am concerned, they can level the mountain
tomorrow. I'll never have any more
use: for It Manltou, Garden of tbe
Gods and North Cheyenne canyon for
mine, but no more of that sky business."���Baltimore News.
ft
Weather that nobody else would have
about tbe place just, suits the grip
germ.
YoTTock^heTloor-after-tlie-horso-is
stolen, provided the lock was not also j
stolen.
A polished gentleman does not always shine wben you rub bim the
wrong .way.
If we do not get out
an injunction somebody
will soon be asking the
great question, What is
so rare as a day in
June?
It is seldom that the
professional working
.man works at his profession.
Now that you do not
neod coal, of courso it is
cheaper.
You pay your money :and discover
the fake. ,     :
A case of mumps is a swell affair.'
All other suffering ls mild and pleasant compared, with that of a woman
who has paralysis of the tongue.
It takes a pretty fino orchard to have
anything that will equal tho peach
crop at the summer resorts,
Bo shy about trading horses with a
man who allows you to do all of the
trading.
All Is fair In lovo, war and St. Louis.
Never start a modest mnn talking
about himself If you want'to get away
In tltno for dlnnor. .
LEND A HAND.
Lend a hand to tbe tempted.
Lend a hand to souls in tbe shadow.
Lend a hand to those wbo are often
misjudged^ *���*-*"������- ~-���r-r,������j
Lend a hand to the soul crushed.wltb
unspeakable loss.
Lend a hand to the poor fighting tho
wolf from the door.
Lend a hand to those whose lives are-
narrow and cramped.
Lend a band to tbe boy struggling
bravely to culture bis mind.
Lend a hand to the young people
whose homes are cold and repelling.
Lend a hand to those whose surroundings are steadily pulling them
down, i
Lend a hand to the prodigal sister.-
Her life is as precious as that of the
prpdigal brother,
Lend a hand to tho girl who works,
works, works and knows nothing'of
recreation and rest.
Lend a hand-^an open band, a warm
hand, a strong hand, an uplifting hand,
a band filled with mercy and help.���
Silver Cross. < -
Won Ench Time,
About thirty years ago a remorkablo"
bet was made between Captain H��� a
racing celebrity, and another , officer
who was noted for bis j activity, vQa\>
tain M. bet ��50 that his fellow officer
would not bop up a certain flight of
Btalrs "two ot a time." The offer Was
taken? but, as there were forty-ono
steps in tbe flight, he found after taking twenty bops that bo was left only
ono step to negotiate and bad lost Ho
accused Captain M. of sharp practice,,
but tbo latter ropUcdt
"Well, I'll wagor you anothor ��50 1
doit"
Tho offlcor, thinking to get back bio
money, again accepted. Captain M.
tbon bopped up forty steps in twenty
bops and, hopping back ono, finished
by going up tho last two steps and
won.���London Standard.
Punoh and Judy Came From China.
Punch and Judy dates back to about
1,C*)0 yror* hetort* Phrlst.
When tho Emperor Mu of the C'iou
dynasty was making it, u*ur Uiu i;;,-h
.tho. .Empire, a skilled, mechanic named
Yen Stun was brought Into his presence to nntortnln him nnd tho Indies
of his court,   Yen Shlh had anmo auto-
liinuu t'��fc��.*-.*������ '.',���!.!"': "���*'*��� only wore ecip*
able of dancing, but of accompanying
their movements with Hong.
During tho performance the puppets
cast such significant glances toward
tho ladles that tho Emperor became
angry and ordered tho execution of tho
oiitfinat'ir of tho piny. Th�� mechanic
ripped open the puppets and proved
to III-i n��t"��'tjhfd JXnJeety thnt they
were artificial. Instead nf being executed, Ven fihlh was allowed to repeat
tha performance, which corresponds to
Punch and Judy in England.     _ _
Antseatry,
Napoleon never pointed to bis ancett*
try 'si tbo source of bis unparalleled
ambition and achievements, but said*,
"I am my own ancestry," A patrlcla��
onco aald to Cicero, "Vou aro a plebo>
ian," "I am," said Cicero, "Tho no*
blllty of my family begins with mo;
that of yours ends with you," Better
be tbo foundation of a now pyramid
than tbo apex of an old one. Better
i*. J.c your family pmnd nt yon than bo
foolishly prmirt of your family, with
nothing in yon to enable them to return tho compliment
vty,
A fv n��* n fle**! In n f\m
Woro  ImprlaoiUHi,    nmw,   wltM  *.o**;*i
thoy do?
Bald tho lly, "Let us f\'e\"
"L-nt us lly'," ��:ilit tho ilea,
6o tliey Uuw through a flaw In tho flu*.
At tlt�� t'lren*.
He���Which do jou prefer, Sally, on��
ring or two?
She-Oh, this U so sudden, WHIInm,
but I guess-guess ouo will do for tlio
present, WE Sell FLOUR.
ROYAL HOUSEHOLD
'* Electric Process w
FJYE ROSES
'��� Patent Process '' ���   .   .     -
Our Price* the Lowest.
Bo |M Take*.Cheap or Inferior
Flour wjhen yon can get these Two Standard
Flours at the Same Priee.    :   :    ; :    :    ���
FBH33S OF -AXjXj lEESI' JDS
mmm*m*mmmmmm*mmmmmt*m$*mmmmmmm
piggs& Whyte.
m*.#- 3n0er*pn.* iTDgr-
tar Advertieer-s who want ttioir ad
ehaaged, should get copy lu by
9 a.m. day before issue.
, ��� . i'i ���   i-   '        ' M   *���"��   .���  ���*�� '
The Editor will not be responsible for the
riewB, sentiments, or any errors of composition of letter correspondents.
Job Work Strictly. C. CD.
Transient Ads Oe-sh in Advance.
ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
���fobscriptioa^.-.-��^-,-^^.$2-ooa,^ear,-
The recent purchase of the Es-
2uimalt & Nanaimo railway by the
j. P. B. Co haa given an impetus
to things on Vancouver laid. By
many it is believed hut the island
i�� oh the eve of great prosptirity,
and that the C. P. R. Co, will direct its energies towards the development of the resources there. The
railway is 78 miles long, and has 5
miles of siding. Tho rolling stock
consists of 7 locomotives, 11 mn*
eenger ears, 3 baggage care and 75
freight cars of various kinds The
cost of the road nnd equipments in
1908 waa estimated in Poor's Railway Manuel m $3,172,715,
��� ��� ���
Groceries! Before placing next
months ordor gel Our Prices, we
can  save you money,   Napier &
Partridge.
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Editor-School Master Bate showed bis deep interest in publlo school
tttfairs by sponding Kaipire Day���
whioh waa oelebruted by the school
children in holding nn exhibition
of their work���in tha country solio-
itmg subscriptions for hia paper the
"Knterpri-se",   Not long ago. before
coming to Cumberland be further
showed bis  love  for the   Publio
fiohooli by oanvaaaing tho Inland
for a Commercial Sohool which ii
directly opposed to our Pubio School
System.   Mr Bate wai the only
school teacher in Cumberland who
abientcd himaelf from the Publio
Sohool Exhibition on Eoipirt Day,
all the other teachers showing tbeir
interest by assisting and attending
to     some      department,     and
yet   the    people    of     the city
supply money to bonus this man to
own end manage an opposition pe-
p*r.    Mr  r\t\\* cannot attend  to
t-choo]  work Mid aUo oyoutl   hi*
spare timectnvaBiingthemerchtinta
for printing. Are our trustees merely figure head*-, or n* it tbeir (huh*
to pee tbat tho sobooli are taught
by persons who teaoh for tbe Bako
of personal greed    Tneie arc nura-
boreof capahle, honest and experienced lencheri who would ho wi1)-
ing to accept the office held by Mr
Bate.   Why not givi eorne of th��-
young ladle** who paid for their" tuition  at the Normal School and
eomplied with the Hehool law in
every rwr-wt, �� ehnnt* for tnt* post
tion.
prize for the beat dressed window
J on the I2th, ���'"'He war not interested
* tmauyb in .school affair* to ofrer oue
foi some of the tor. numerous samples of "writing" put in the eW
by the pupils he is paid  to teach.
Do you wish Strawberries for Pre-
aerving? If so, kindly let us have
your Order this week, Price the
lowest.    Napier & Partridge.
~^The-followingTis~j;he~rifref"Wdr
ding pref?ents received by Mr and
Mrs R. McKnight:��� c
Mr It Mrs   McKnight,   Kit-then   Range;
Mr Sam McKnigtit,     Silver  Tea   Sorviop;
Mi-sfS MoKnighfc, Breakfast Crust aud Silver spoons; Mr A Mrs Halorow, Table  linen and towels; R. Enlorowi Hand  painted
bratiil plate, I pr, Photu frames;, VV.   Hal-
orow, Milk jug and   Biscuit  jar;   Hannah
Uilorow, Sal id bowl;   Mildred Halorow,
Po. ridge set;    Mr & Mm Molnlosh, Silver
berry bo**!, Einb'd. center niece; Mr��   An-
ley, Bouquet uf white roses; May & frank
Auley, Water Sat  Georgia  Anley,   Vase;
Mi Geo, Clinton, Extension table; Ur F
Piokard,   Manrel  olook;   Rigt-w & Whyto,
Toilet set and towels; Mr fl Murdooh, Sil-
v��r forn pot; Mrs H Murdooh, War-er  sot;
Mi hubs Murdooh, China oups  and   sauoors,
and Sofa Pillowt   Mr & Mrs Short, Rattan
chftir; Mr k Mrs E Dnncau, Hooking oh air;
Mrs VV Duncao,   Table lineu  und  pillow
���hams; Mr ,1 Mrs Ellin, Chonille Ul.il* oloth
Mr it Mrs Jtiluy Chae-o dieli, Silver butter
kmfe aud sn^ar shell; Mrs Thos Wliyti*, In-
bin linon; Mr A Mrs Mfignone, Silvar picklo
jar; Mrs VV 8 Walker, Bedroom olook; Mr
& Mrs G Smith, Tray;   hlra Job-ison, Tray
oloih; Mr&.MroT Bonnet, Carvers; Mr i
Mrs D Walker,   Sugar bowl and tongs; Mr
& Mm H Campbell, Fruit, dish and napuieii;
Minn K. 'McDonald, Silver oream jug,   Mim*
R. it Arthur Deuton, Silver moat fork aud
Bread tray; Miss Collis, Batt-muurg lid'kl;
Mrs Collis Bouquet Whito Roses; Mr St, Mrs
SouiinorvillH Cream jug and  Sugar  bowl;
Mr aud Mrs L  Mounce   Breukfast  cruet;
MImcr Hnyuian, Silver butter dinli; IS. Jt A
Muuroe, Baking uteustl-i; Misses Matthews
Plant in jardinoni Mr J Turnbull, Plant in
jardioeret Mrt Hojgsou, B king board; St,
licorice]* Oinir, C^ke basket; Seision ot St,
liaorun'a Oburoh, Family Bible;  Knginocrs
a.id Maobiiiists, Four pieues of furmlun,
meimmamm* m .im,fom-m\m*m>*r*/item*
Telegraphic     News
Bj th* w-t-f Bditor pate ottm
Nanaimo, l?th���Dar��je! Livingston delegate from the  Nanaimo
Miners Union to the annual con*
vent ion of Western Fedora tion re��
o-nily held in Salt Lake City in
tervinwod by your correspondent
last nitfht stated that he was empowered  bv tho executive of the
Western Federation to open uogoti*
ations with the Western Fuel On.
ior a soithunent of th* atriVo.   In
pursuance of this; be had interviewed Mr 8to-nkott Supt. and under-
ground Manager nnd was informed
iiir.*, lhc��<iv,\>M\y IxAxi under coiihiu-
era tion  a schetoe by  which   tho
miners oould be conveyed to Pro-
j tection  shaft  cheaper and   moro
comfortably than they had ut flmt
proponed,   After this was completed ncgoiia'ions would at onoe be
opened between the Western Fuel
Co. ahdtheW F. M. only in an
attempt to bring abutu an adjust*
ment  wbich  Livingstone   think.***
will be accomplif bed without any
difficulty.   Asked as to whether he
intended to ajekeafettfomtot witb*
.-u-
THE   MAKERS OF,
Are "Oldti��3."rs'<t of the We&ti
They know'to h'���.jnhv'V, the
climate Hnd geo*e*r*iphi<;nl jwndi-
tioiiH tint cull for ij, sp-oiar class
of footwear to meet theae condi-
tione.
Eastern shoe m*** noun not, know
these thinpp from mere hpawiy.
Tbey must live "out-we.-1"���
get "the local ��nloiw ns it were
���become steeped in western ex-,
perimce and knowledge obtain
able only by living the life of a
Westernor, before t h"N$$-can hope
to make sa'i-fact'ory'v'footwear
for the ftren uou -slife of the toiler
in western fore^.p, fields ond
mi not*'.
"THE LKCKIE BOO'H is a*
western product for *wei*lern
people.
Look for the trade mark upon the pole.
MANUFACTURED BY
J.LMIl Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,   B.C
out the apsiatance of the V. M. W,
Livingstone stated that they intended to ignore vibem and whatever
arrangements were made w.|lh the
company Vcfold he submitted to all
underground man who would ea*h
_���j^���,���-1f^���_���w������   .... .
"T)e"aTIowecfa''',yote* on  the question
at issue in view of the present turn
of affairs tt hi expecied  that the
strike will be amicably settled *vith-
in a very short time.   The men are
to go down  Protection shaft any
way irrespective of whether .the B
hour law remains as it is or not,
the company will  put a fast and
commodious f< ry between the island
Every person who is affected by the
strike will be given.a chance to voie
and   we .will  consider   ourselves
bound by'thi''vote of the nn-n nego**."
tint ions for - reopening the   mine?
will be opened in a few days.
li is also tn���'���*���, went oil Livingston,
thut a gene.til uider wae pasficd  by
the convention that full support be
given the N.in timo men as long es
the U'oiitile is unsettled and further
that this e*upp rt will  be given by
lue'Fedt'raii'un io all men who prove
theuu-evoB w rthy to receive it whether they are members of the'W.F.
-M.   TJiisi, in l.iot, is the'regular way
in which ito Federation   does   its
busitR-es und isuiiuimo   will be no
exception to the rule.
TENDERS.
Tenders will be noeivud till the 25th of
Juno for pLioing new black-boards iu the
Cumberland Publio Sohool.
bowust or auy tender not neoossurlly uu-
ouptvd, For purtioila.-, Apply,
T. H.UAKKi,
Victoria PHOENIX
BJ3ER
No Better Lager Brewecl In Americti.
The Oldest EstabliBhed Brewery in British Columbia.
omoEs    Victoria _\, Q.
Royal Baifk of Carfada
Capital (paid up), $3,0.00,000
Reserve Fund    ......3,000,000
Undivided Profita     302 743
T. E. KENNY, Pbesidknt, e. L. PEASE, General mANAgb ���: '
- . -  ' t* ,   ���        _______
BRANCH ;AT CUMBERLAND,
Savings Bank Department :--Depo*iitB of 91'and upwards received; Interest allowed at current rates, compounded twioe each yoar ou 30th Juns and 3lat Deoqmber"
DraftB ou all points bought aud sold. .    '
A. W.HYNDMAN, Manager.
OFFICE HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday 10 to 12; open   Pay Nights 7 p,m to 9.pm
range visit and enjoy the manifold educational advantages and other attraotious at
the Exposition, the Exposition Management
has decided to sot apart the period coin-
tnenc.n^ Monday July 3, and ending Saturday July 6, as "British Columbia Week, "
8'pirate (jays in the week ban be deuign-it*
edhy inunioipalities of the Province for
their respective specinl celebrations at the
Exposition. A ''Dominion ol Canada Day''
has already been arranged for Saturday,
July 1st.
If.this plan meets With your approval,
we ���voi'ld request the issuance by you of a
pr.o,ol.tmatiou a month in advaucejaf the sng^
Trial
g����ted period, calling attention of the people of g. C. to these auspicious events, and
Urging ov,ery patriotic sou and daugluer of
your great Province to assemble at tho Ex-
positioa during this timo for the purpose of
honoring th<e occasion aud by their presence
in.-wrfl the *uucu��g its unportunoo dohoive-i-
In thjaciiniuo'iou, poruiit mo to add that
the'M��>or of each City will be invited direct by thu Kxi'Uhitioii Manugetnvnt to make
appropriate urrangemonts for the visit of Iiis
liity'ti del/Mj-ation to the Lewis & Clark Cun-
termi il Bxpoaitiou and all are assured uf a
hearty welcome,
Awaiting your reply, I am,
Very respectfully yours,
H. VV, GOODE, Pres,
FOE SALE
IS   JL3L>3L   "VTTEl'.'JLSEZ'-,.
JUST a chance'lo show you' that
we 'always ple��se our customer**
by supplying them with tlie BEST
j-M-EA-'l^���at���t-h.i���lowest���mffrker
' juices.    A trial order will convince
you.
THE   CITY
Meat   Market,
W. W. McKAY, Proprietor.
Fletcher  bros;,
A two seated, licfht wagon. Nearly
new Oushionad seats, Polo and
shafts    A bargain.
Apply, Nrcws OlHco,
Calcimo, tlie liout *��nnitary wall
ftnit-h, in u 1 shades for Kale by C.
H. Tarbell.
Dealers in Bigh-graije
AND
Tenders will b�� reooived till 25th of June
for Paintin'* two rooo�� ia tba Cumberland
Publio School,    Lo��ei*ti or any tandor uot
uei��M��rily aucoptod,   Forprntioulauupply
T. H, CARliV, Sou.
T2NDBE8,
Tendcri .viil be I'eceivsd by thc under-
signed up to noon ol Saturday the 34th
nst, ur certain work to be done at the
Union 8c Comot Di��nct Hospital.
I'laiii and specifications may be seen at
the office ol R. Grant & Co, The lowest
���h ouy iciiuci nm iiece*-*..��iny accepiea,
t. j, Uait>y -bcciy.
LKWJS AND CLARK CJBNTBN-
NTALJCXPOSITION.
Offloe of tbo Preiidont,
TdTtUnd, Oi��goB, Apr. 17ih, 1805,
Sir H.G. July de Lotblulore,
Lcut-fJovumorot B. C,
Victoria, B.C.
r��9��rSir,
On iMhalf ->( the Uwla and Clark 0-tntra
idal Ripoahioo, I takfl p\a*axm iu iiating
tbat with �� viatr of domf honor to the great
Prtwmtm of Kmir-h (hlnmhtit ��nd organ's*--
lag a ayaUiufttio uio?tmtat by whioh tha
paoplt of thri various ootnmunitiH in tha
Vrovmm mm, io a^ftaatial **n*b*t*, e*~
We hnvo been asked by a prominent lesident to give publicity to
the following���A young girl, who
during the month of May, wns unavoidably kept ut home to anmt
her mother- received her monthly
report from her teacher, Mr Bate,
marked "Gnultinted with honour*".
How the teacher meant this lemainf*
to be explained but the family,nnd
our informant, judge it to be a grit-
tuitou** insult.
Mr Oronby, District Supervisor��f
Royal B.trik. accompanied by Mrt*
Croeby, and Mr S. A. Morley, arrived last night 011 an official vixit.
Mr S. McB, Smith, Am-e^or for
the hlandtj, baa been travelling tho
District tbe last week, with  Mr J.
1 ll^'.ittkjlLj'l,. .'Ii'    -,'.....,.   ��*     .'.��'.�� ..CI      ll'.'C
Ut from complied )ct.
MewmF.X, Holl C. W. Cook
tnd E.G. Ekonf of the Scrnnl��<n
Cor. Hchool. arrivwl laat niuht and
will atay u few days.
Victoria, 18tb���Promier Mc Bride
thinku Ifawthorntliwuiie'u ecin-mu
to nettle tbe strikn m not workublf.
PIANOS
ORGANS
Thu    crlolintod  'Okkhato)' Hkintzman,
MBNPK.I.HSOJCN nud   Wl|,MAMN piilllOH,. , ,. .
From  $300 up,
 TK11M8T0SUIT	
T. B. BATE,
Local Agent,
Junt received at 0. H, Tiirbell's a
fine rtPHurtiuent of new flies tor
trout Ashing,
TO CURB A GOLD IN ONE DAY.
Tak LAXATIVE HROMO QUININE Tab.
lotn. All druggiatu refund the mnuey if It
(ail* to oure, E, VV, (irovd'a aigoature ia
ou each box,   25o.
House Lining nnd
Cheap John's,
Wall   Paper   at
Ladies Summer Underwear, in
Silk Lifilo, Bnlbriggan and fancy
cotton Large iiBuortment At the Big
Store,
n*
NOTICK.
Applications for the privilege of nm
ning a Kefreihm**nt \Sxth on tlie Hecrcu
lion ftrounrtson thc 12th of July, will be
received by
W. WILLARD, Trees.
A Guaranteed Cure for  Piles,
Hulling, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding
V l**"t. Druggi-ti refund money If 7AZ0
OINTMENT fail* to oure any oaie, no mat)
tut- of how long Mtnndi'ig, in 0 to 14 day*.
Fit nt, Hpplioat-inii pistil* m 10 and reit, 60o.
II your (liii-jgiit iiiihiA it mod 0Oo iiutanips
and ic will he torv nnlod pout-paid by Pails
Mviliiiine fn,. H    l.f.uiH, Mo,
IU���Mil ��� l*MM��M��Mai��������IM��������WMMMWiMMMMWM��
OUfVlBERLA^D
Meat Market
Choicest Meats
Supplied at Lowt-at Market Prices
Vegetables
A  flroAt V��rl��ty will  always be
in stock 1  also a supply of
Fresh Fish
will bo on Stle every Wcdncidiy
������-0 ���
Yoor patronage ia cordially Invited, and
all order* will be promptly delivered.
J. McPhee & Son
pRorniKToas,

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