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TWELFTH   YEAR.
CUMBERLAND,   B. C. * WEDNESDAY  SEPTEMBER 13,'1905
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CULTEVATORS,  SEED DRILLS,   WHEEL HOES, Etc
VKUV 'i.ATKST IMl'HOVRMKNT.H,
Cull and soo tbem or wvHo (or catalo(.;uoH hixI pi-icus.
Tolopjaoao ,813, Solo Agents for B.C, P.O. Drawer, 563
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POINTER.
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A trinl onlcr will i��rnvu to ymi thut
by tluiUiiifc! Willi uu you cun ��ot a hot-
tor oli'iici.', n nftwtr'jitylii, nnd a lowor
\irioo th'in olmiwhore, No other atom
lu Mm Wunt i-ITui-h thu olmioo uliown
mi our fi tlnni'u ai������**��� ������������*- - ������-���
MODERN     HQUfiBPURNIfiHINGfi
 'Wo bnvi' KvtT.vtluni! for Homo Makers mituremonlH.	
Our   oJficivnt  MAlX,   QlVbEJX   SYSTF;'T  ia   at   your tt"\"v\oc
Thi so Form the Second  Floor.
J) mi y Window Mindine, wbilo or
Ecru, -Price 2(> per yd.
Iknmiful Mmlri-H Muslins, 80 inch
25ft yd , 50 irir��b -Ine van;).
������ Sanipko submitted  X'roo	
$ff    "Bonne Kuliiinc ' vJUii'tiw*', Um; iilim
trillion,��� i'riuir. -lit) mi cm il,
Sb**.! to UiiiitetBd Obta
in mi p
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Tokio, 11th���On   flcpt,  2  Jap" ��� N.-w Yo��k,   11-h-Through  tho
R-iit forth a licarcr of a ila,.'.-1 irtHi-, ',,,*������ ���   1              ;
Unnt-iiiUB n uisc'.l to trout ivom f-b.iri'
r. .1.1 ... u.,^i     m'.���                   *         t '- m*mWii iu biMlcaii   ,w.u :novi'   nu'ii
r>,, ,;.���;��,         .���,!                  , i tbirtv n hii'i'd in luu I't'iuiltiuurt   ut"
RiiMiuti  infantry   v;:tb   jjt:>>*   at- ' -
tnehed'but werunui-inukitn "v ->u,- '- ,",',,,*VM,w1 ���N������'I trniii   at   52.il
ami Hal la di.s4onl.er   leaving   forty ��� ^t- ��'"! NU�� Avenue loduy.
dead. I
Lq&qI and Personal
Have y.GUOwm tbe new millinery
at lbe Big Store
Mrs .Mu.11 roe,, widow of Major
Rose Munroe, Victoria, is vifiling
hersister-in law Mrs Willemar at
Sand nick.
Calsimo, the best sanitary wall
finish, in a-1 shades, for sale by C.
H. Tarbell.
T. Bickle returned on Thursday
last from*a visit to England. Mrs
Bickle and family : returned last
night.
.  Green tomatoed for   Chutney   st
Campbell Bros.
Mr George Smith lu.s gold his
house on Maryport Avenue io. Mr
Mark Morgan. MrSfiah h and family
moved on Saturday to the homo*
stead in Comox, and Mr Morgan
will occupy his newiy acquired
house.      I   '
New slock now in at the Big
Siore of Gems, Ladies, Youths rain
coate.    See these goods.
W. Hay man wns removed to the
Hospital Saturday with a bad attack of la grippe.
Call and see Our Mens and Boys
Fall Suns, equal to tailor made at
half the price.   Napier & Cartridge,
Revd Mr Dunlop oi JJauaimo is
visiting Cumberland.
If you wunt to gel satisfaction ci.i
munition etc. "At The BbT^Slore''
where tliey carry a   large ptook of
.huuteiwrequiedtes.
J-imes Walker and bride relumed
from their huneynuofln trip last
Thursday.
T. E, Bale has jnst received i ton of
Wall Paper.
The Presbytery of Victoria will
meet next'Wednesday and Thursday in the Sandwick iPr-esbyterian
Church.
A Japanepe was killed in No 4
mine Saturday.'
J, Turnbull has been ill for "somi-
days, from hlood .poisoiung, the re*
suit of an injury to one of bis hands
while working in tho pit.
Potatoes $l.ou per Back at Napier
ii* Partridge.
A LECTURE
Tho Kevd. A, Ewing of Victoria,
will, oa Thursday ovo-u'ugi 3ep 14th
iu tho Agricultural Hall, Courtney,
deliver a lecture ou China and .Japan,
beautifully illustrated with lantern
ulid.B, beginning at 8 nm Admis
sion lid ota.   Ice Creajji will be sold,
An invle elderly fomale pro��ont(d
hei'fiolf at, an institution here iiHhort
lime ago in qtio.it of a poooij "woiir*
hi*; a hut just like hor young
hubby's". To hor dinmuy, iiftor
making tho walls echo with hor
tale of woe, sbo discovered thut it
wuh some one obeV young man not
muchly married either,'
Eveiytiimg in tho Ammuiiiliun
I line At llie Bi�� oturo,
CONCEUNIN'G    AN   OLD   AC
,     *'  '   *"��""     **C'Ti'
V^-U Jt.l t> * ��*..<������ ..
A niu Unman who recent lv vi'i'it*
17* *
od Su.ittlo tolln ue that Dr bailey.
who iw.H*..b.d  I.-.w   '-.j::."'  y."ira   ���\"/\
bus pr-ji-tucuii'd iiisstudief) in botany,
more eHpicuilly in thu family of
mossee, and Iium :*o largely added to
lhe colltoiioii he Iwjjuu while boru,
thut he is now ruled -e und in thai
work in  ,*\iMi"b,,i-    M��* ia in  i-on*
HtlUll Cu  le'iK.MJU'lH.  With   Uii.    ifilii
Mljl Al��uui'..4ii .Vol',    ICurwpciili   btl.'.i
nislB, ami tn Mich an v^ttiiiv im h'\r
time occupied ui 'hi* way thai b<-
bua   virtually  adopted   hns   liuer
profession which has become s-ylfi-
cienily remunerative to jusiify his
followin�� as a vocatiou wymt w^s
bejiun ;is a pastime.
Wo are a1.* en ts for lbs .celebrated
"Souvenir" beater? and cook stoves.
We have always a lai*{;e sioek of
these go .ds on band, wnjob. w*- shall
be pleased to   show   you.    Simon :
Leiser and Co.  Lid., Cumberland,
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Christiana, 10th���A crisis in
a^ain feaied. Tlje Swedisli Government is mtibilizing 70,000 troops.
Nanaimo, ���An accentuation of
ill feeling between theAV.e-i.ern Fed
oration of Miners and United Mine
���Workers is a letter published today by Pn-sident Aifred Andrews
of the Western Federation. He encloses a copy of the letter from the
Sandon Union stating that the
United Mine Workers from Nanaimo had appealed for aid in the
strike fight. Andrews also, sta ea
a similar letter from Rossland. He
accuses the mine workers of improperly asking support from the very
organization they are opposed to.
Baku, 12th���The situation here
tonight is terrible. Terror stricken inhabitants are fleeing from the
city. Cannons and rifle firing continues and terror stficken people
flee from the c'uy. The troops are
tired a'nd are unable to effect auy
check to pillage and arson., Losses
lo^roprt7uplo^d^ay"wiri^xceM~
$90,000,000.
.,Nanaimo, "12th���At meeting of
the creditors of A. Halsarn, assigned
uiiiJiuan, held tonight, a statement
was read showing liabilities of $1S3
000 aud assets of $4-3,000 secured by
nun or mortgage. Balance of assets consisting of plaining mill and
-1905
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JKST  AUKIYI'Y   -. *:,   Y:  ;
GASH'STORE:'
100 Patterns to choose Irom.
2 Double Hulls for 25ois, upwards.
House 1/niu*;, Mixpd P.iiu's, 50 ?h?.df;'i oC
A.lal)d8tme, B'lainoi-:, iflijuus, V .*������ sct�� '"ssh^
\Vbitiug,. Brushi'M. otc.
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DUNSMUIR   VE, Cumborlsiitf.
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- Pape
timber limits amount to over $i00,
000. Haslam stated that cause ot
failure was for foi lowing reasons:
Loss by fire, defective mac.hin-.n-y,
law suits, etc., totalling 1148,000,
offered croditors 30 cents on doil&r
wldch was accented subject to eoa-
,~eni t>{ all creditors.
Tokio, 12th���The Japanese battle
~aiiip"M"ikt\sa-wbich���was���t-he~iia^.
ship of Admiral To^o during tbo
batlle of Sea of Japan caught fire
yep-erday noon blew up nnd sank.
Nearly 600 officers and men wont
down with her.
Am-��ng ."nst night's passengers
were: Mrs Bickle, J. Johnson and
wife, Miss C. McDonald and Mr
Hibben.
JUST    OPENED
New Goodn! New Goods!
A large consignment of
LINOLEUMS
Oft. and 12fi. wide ($ fiOc pf��r Bijunra yard,
MnaMii��iMw<nKMiin>>UMmininHn��MaMHUHaiMii��na^
Direct from the manufacturers, a full line of        w,
WATERPROOF GOATS
in all the Newest Blylort nnd Shades.   Prices, a* usual,
the.Lowest.
m*mnt i*******
New Flannellcttcs   and  Wrapperetu*m
Cloths. K
WlB��_����_W_��_��_i������M��i����>���i^PIl��lW��lW~����""��""����ll^*M*��"M��M������ll_������MB����T>������^
Direct from Great Britain
Nary Smjes,
and Drew Goodn. \*v ������������������ ^^ Vs.*'  ���������������*  .  Mr\ *.V,   \  Betty   Seer./,  Understudy  By  ETHEL  BARRINGTON  Copyright, 1905, by Ethel Barrington  "Will nothing change you?" Bob  Deerlng's voice was almost tragic, but  It made little impression on Betty.  "I've Blgned a contract!" she cried,  waving the document before his bewildered eyes. "I am to report for rehearsal next week. I'm an understudy.  That is the technical term. I play  [when tho leading woman doesn't"  "It seems so���������so Indecent that yon  should work when I am simply foolish  iwlth money. Consider what a cad I  must feel, consider"���������  "Bobby, you are the dearest of chums,  but you are dense at times. A girl  could not marry for money!"  "It's not unheard of," suggested Deer  Ing.  "I'm thinking of nice girls���������myself,  for instance."  "I asked you while you had plenty,"  he offered by way of excuse.  "Of course you did. You always do  the correct thing. But I refused you,  so it would look mercenary to take you  now. Bob, you must understand. It ia  a sort of crisis with me. I want to  "work, to be self supporting. Father's  death and our other losses ought to  make a woman of me. I shall not be  less desirable then if some day"���������  "I hope the time will come beforS  iwork and disappointment eat the sun*  Bhine out of your heart!"   And Robert  *X MTJST UOLOOIZB ITODEB TUB OIROTJM'  Bl'ANCWS"���������  Deorlng, multimillionaire, went home  convinced that at times money is a  drawback.  Whon Goorgo Eoer_, Betty's father,  bad died suddenly no one had suspected that ho was financially crippled,  <But such had proved the caso, Uii  ���������widow had found herself bereft ol  everything, but sho had cared only aj  it had affected hor daughter. Thoy  bad m vod into a tiny flat and prao'  tlcod rigid economy. Mrs. Seors had  boliavod it only a passing phase for  Betty. Deorlng's dovotton was well  known, and she approved of him.  Then suddonly Butty had announced  bor determination to Join the array ol  independent women and becomo a  wago caruor, Bho hud kept hor plum  to horsolf, fearing that bor effort!  might prove fruitless. Ah an araatout  actroas Bho had won recognition, bo,  naturally, lt was to tho stago that sho  turned la bor need, After anxious  days of uncertainty she obtalnod the  covotod contract. Bho was engaged at  a small salary to understudy a proml������  mont actress, thou playing u successful  engagement Id tho city.  "Just think, Muzzlo, could anything  be easier? Night and uiaUneo I ro*  port, ono hour before the play, remain  awhllo and thou como homo, earning  thereby on Saturdays a fat cuvolopo  to moot tlio bills."  "Vou are such u featherbrain. You  win tiro nt work und lose Bob with  your whims."  Betty mado a grimace. "Do yoo  think I could? I'd appreciate bin  more if I believed It possiblo. Bob if  so hopelessly���������mlno,"  Tim next week Nettv'* occupation  began. In tlio morulng she attended  rehearsal and spout long hours Id bolng drilled and coachnd by an Irascible stage niauagor. In tlie afternoon  sho studied by herself. When she had  mastered tlio lines perfectly sho com'  moncod reporting at each poriormatico.  At first Rho felt her Importance. But  AS the weeks passed Into mouths, and  tho loading woman remained unnaturally healthy, doubts of hor own useful'  noss discouraged tho girl, The only  comfort wn* tlie "envelope." Bho miss-  od bor friend and���������Bob. 8ho had not  seen or botrd anything ot bim in twt  months.  one afternoon as sne Drooaed orei  these things Deerlng entered as though  there had been no lapse of time.  "Oh, Bob���������Bob"��������� If Deering had  absented himself for a purpose it was  answered in Betty's glad cry. Hi  looked supremely happy.  "Now you just must come to dln������  with me," he declared. The invitation  was accepted. Deering, Betty and hei  mother were soon seated at a cozy  table in a fashionable hotel.  "How good it tastes.", cried Betty.  "It's so long since I've really dined."  Her spirits ran riot, her eyes grew  bright as they had not been for days  Deerlng beamed with satisfaction.  They talked sense as though it were  aonsense, and nonsense seriously, both  ridiculously bappy.  "I've a box for Mrs. Fiske. You  will both come?"  "After reporting," agreed Betty, remembering duty.  "Report what?   Where?"  "At the theater. I'm understudy,  vou know. But lt won't take long. I  50 about 7 or half past"  "Seven or half past," repeated Deerlng.   "Well, it's too late now I"  "What will they say"��������� Betty hesitated.  ������������������jNounng.    Just tip the doorkeeper  to say you called."  "Doorkeeper I It's the stage manager, and he Is a bear."  What harm could lt do to miss one  night when she had reported for three  months?  After the theater they went to supper. Betty had long forgotten everything but the passing moment. A  friend stopped to exchange greetings.  "And where have you been tonight?"  inquired Betty.  "Nowhere. Had tickets for the���������-,  but the leading woman was taken suddenly ill, and they closed the theater.  Jolly strange they had no understudy!"  Then, bowing, he rejoined his friends.  "Oh, oh," gasped Betty when she  could get her breath, "the understudy  is here I" Then she laughed hysterically. "I a business woman! And at the  first taste of pleasure I forgot everything!"  "It's my fault," protested Deering  contritely.  "The manager won't recognize your  responsibility, and be never gave you  "SH~"eHvirop_"=     "���������1     "~~��������� r  "A what?"  "They'll discharge mel What shall I  do?"  There were tears in Betty's eyes.  "Enter into another engagement,"  suggested Deering promptly, "one  where you can't get your notice, where  you won't be understudy, but the real  thing."  The next day the manager sat at his  desk when the office boy brought him a  card. "Send her away. I'm busy,"  commanded the manager angrily.  "But i.t's most important," pleaded  Betty, slipping past the boy. "I don't  supposo you will forgive me"���������  "It was so unprofessional that I have  nothing to say, Miss Seers."  "Mrs. Deorlng," interpolated Betty���������  "Mrs. Robert Deerlng," The name was  well known. The manager turned to  listen.  "You see, my husband"���������Betty almost tripped on tho word���������"feols It  was bis fault. We were married last  night His lawyer will settle whatover  monetary loss you sustalnod. Ho thinks  I'm cheap at tbat prlco. But for myself I must apologize. Under the circumstances"���������  "I wish you every happiness," said  tho manager gallantly.  ������������������Thanksl" crlod Bob, appearing in  the doorway. "I want to shake bands  too. Hor fear of you won me my  wife."  Royal Household Flour  Yields Most Nutriment  ^     Only when flour is absolutely pure do you get higheft  nutriment and lea������ waile.  Purity in flour is secured only by the highest development of the science of milling, and the makers of Royal  Household Flour have developed milling to the highest point  of perfe&ion in this country.  The Royal Household Ele&rical Purifying and Sterilizing  Process is the roo������ thorough in the world���������it is controlled  'exclusively in Canada by the Royal Household Mills���������and  that is why Royal Household quality cannot be duplicated  in Canada.  That's why Royal Household Flour is the richest in  nutriment, greatest in purity���������That's why it is the flour every  family should use���������the kind that gives the sweeteit, beft  flavored bread and most toothsome pastry.  If you want that kind of flour see that you get Royal  Household, then send for tbe recipes so that you may  use it in the Royal Household way.  THE PREFIX "HONORABLE."  Beyond Hopo ���������( Reieae,  Bound hand and foot and gagged, the  maiden was put into tbo gunny sack  and, unable to move or scream, folt  herself being carried down a flight of  stairs, put into a buggy and thon driven down tbo streot Ineffectually sbo  tried te release herself from tbo gag,  Alas, she was bound too socurolyl  Finally the conveyance stopped. Sho  was again carried Into a building,  fainting and gasping for breath, Tho  sack was taken from bor head. Tho  villain, still masked, took tho gag from  her mouth, her eyes gloaming llko coals  of flro through his black mask, roloas- (  ed hor and hissed through his tightly  clinched teeth: "There, my pretty bird,  scream and yell as loud as you llko;  no human ear will ever roach you. You  aro In my power. Do you hear���������totally within my power!" "Whero am  I?" sbeguspod,  ���������'In a store that novor  ;._VL;-t!3ta,"   WS3   the   c'."."!   ve^o-onrt  "Ainu, nliifl'" oho mnnno'V "No power  on earth can savo mo; no ono will look  for me here." And tho poor girl faint-  cd.-Uod Crock (N. Y.) Herald.  Womeu'i*' Mlnils.  "Tho wholo foreground of most women's minds is like a country store,"  lays a writer In the Woman's Journal���������  "full and running over with dry goods  nnd groceries. If wu oould look Into  tho chart of Oils dear, common mother  brain wu should we It platted out  something liko this: Eight-tenths of  the area, John, tim t-lilldiui-, tin- Uoiihw-  work; three-twentieths, heaven; on**-  twentieth, all the rout of the world's  affairs. It ts tltl* disproportionate  space occupied by our separate affairs  tbat prevents our giving any sort of  proportU-uutt) utUi.Uuu to Uiu wui Id's  affaire and we thl**kit It riobtl"  Do Provincial ex-Ministers Retain the  Title for  Life���������Mr. Joseph  Popo Says "No."  Mr. Joseph Pope, of Ottawa, ln reply  to Tho Mall and Empire gives some  authorities In tho course of an Interesting letter rospectlng a current subject of Interest as follows:  I have read with no llttlo surprise  your criticism of tho timely protest by  Tho Halifax Chronicle against tho practice of continuing to stylo members of  the provincial Executive Councils  "Honorable" aftor thoy havo retired  from ofllco,  You say that this provlnoe "Is not  going to penalize anybody for continuing to uso tho tltlo 'Honorable' when  addressing an ex-minister." That Is  no doubt true, It Is equally truo that  this province Is not going to ponallzo  anybody for styling ex-mombera of  Exeoutlvo Councils "Your Lordship,"  whloh would bo a vory silly thing to  do, no doubt, though lesc improper  than tho courso you apparently defond,  Thero aro two ways to regard titles  of honor. Ono Is to proclaim that this  Is a new and democratic country,  whore all such distinctions aro entirely  out of place, and then proceed arbitrarily to confer tho title of "Honorable" upon every man In the community who holds, or who has ever  held, any political ofllco. This is tho  United States custom, and I am sorry  to seo that It lu beginning to Infect  Canadians, Tho British plan, and, In-  docd, that of all monarchlal countries,  Is to regard titles as emanating from  the ttovoruign���������the tuunt oi honor���������-aim  to b<- _*/n.i<aJ uiiiiifrdlnuly. Au ts pari  ot tho British Empire wo necessarily  adhere to the latter system. Tho King  has not left us In any doubt as to the  application of titles of honor In Canada. On the-* contrary, he haa embodied  his direction In words bo plain that  thoy cannot posslbfy bo misunderstood.  (I quote from tbe authorized table of  titles):-  "6. Exocutlvo Councillors of provinces  to bo styled 'Honorable,' but only while  In ofllco, and the title not to be continued afterwards."  The King here does not explicitly  command that retired Exeeutlvu Councillors or Canada may be styled by somo  other tltlo, and, therefore, I maintain  that It Involves a less flagrant dlsre-  spoot ot authority to style a retired  Exocutlvo Councillor "Your Lordship"  than tn atria him "Honorable," because tho latter Is Um on������ Mh> HJ#  Majesty has categorically declared ho  is not to enjoy.  Tho ostentatious dlsrogard of tho  authorized regulations which you excuse or defend, scarcely seems to me  Justified by tho argument that this Is a  free country, and a man can call hlmsolf what ho pleases in it.  I am equally unable to share your  view, that because members of tho  King's Privy Council for Canada retain tho tltlo "Honorable" for life,  therefore retired Executive Councillors  of provinces should be accorded tho  Bamo prlvllego. A cursory examination  of tho authorized tablo of titles would  show that lt Is based on tho principle  of gradation���������that tho moro honorable  position should enjoy tho moro honorable distinction. Pow persons will bo  found to dispute that tho advisers of  His Excellency the Govornor-Oonoral  ln respect of the Government of Canada, aro ohargod with higher duttos and  responsibilities than tho advisors of  the Governor-Qonoral's deputy In respect of tho local affairs of one province of tho Dominion. So Impressed  was Sir John Maodonald by the dignity of tho ofllco of Privy Councillor,  that ho desired that tho tltlo "Right  Honorable" should appertain thoroto,  and ho thus gives his reasons ln 1807:���������  "Canada will soon havo as largo a population as Ireland, and tho duties and  responsibilities of Privy Councillors of  Canada are much greater than those  attaching to similar offices In Ireland."  I Lord Monok, tho flrst Governor-Gen-  (oral of Canada, agreed with his chief  J adviser in this matter, for he writes to  ; Sir John:  "My own wish would be to treat  tho Privy Councillors of Canada, both  as to tltlo and tenure of oihce, exactly u������ tlio Tvlvy C'uu,''J'~u''i> ot liiobl,.i.d  and Ireland are dealt with. I havo  stated this view very strongly in conversation as woll aa In a formal do-  spatoh to tho Duko of Buckingham, but  up to thb- time T hnvo hnd no Intimation of his vlows on tho subjoot."  In conclusion, and with regard to the  practice of tho Indiscriminate application of tho tltlo of "Honorable," I would  recall the wlso and truo remark mado  by Mr. Edward Blako on the floor pf  tho Ontario Legislature when the attributes of thu Lieutenant-Governor  wore up for discussion many yoars  ago, "That tt audi to no man's dignity  to assume unjust and unfounded pro-  tensions."  Whllo I am on the subjoot, may I be  permitted to call your attention to another misapplication of terms, which  I* Just now rlf* 1 refer to the constant vaa. In th* t#aea ond alsewjuuro  of the word "Parliament," meaning  thereby the Provincial Legislature.  This Is altogether a misnomer, as the  most casual reference to the Act of  Union will show. That Act declares  that there shall be "one Parliament,  for Canada," and a Legislature for Ontario, and throughout it carefully differentiates between tho two expressions.  This Incorrect uso of the word "Parliament" has frequently been called  attention to, notably by Sir John Macdonald, as Minister of Justice, in his  report on tho Statutos of Ontario, dated 1st July, 1868, and by Hon. Edward  Blake ln his review of the legislation  of Manitoba and Quoboo for the year  1870. In the latter report Mr. Blako  explicitly states that the expression  "Parliament" is "objectionable," as  applied to the Local Legislature,  Ontnrlo Has Seoond Plaoe.  The Minister of Marino and Fisheries  laid on tho taTilo of the House tho otlwr  day the report on Canadian shipping  for tho yoar. 1004.  It shows that the total number ot  vohboIh of all kinds, old and now, sail,  steam and barges, remaining on the  register books nt tlio Dominion Decern*  bor 31 was 7,152, measuring 1172,838 ro-  glstor or not tons, an Increase of 133  vow-els, and a decrenso of 10,30������ tons,  as compared with 1903. The number of  steamers was 2.C4S, with a gross tonnage of 3B3,nt4. Assuming tho average  valuo to bo $30 per ton, the valuo of  reentered tonnage nf Canada would be  $20,185,140. The numbor of new vessels built and reglHterod In the Dominion last year was 308, niMwurlng 13,.  BIH tons, which at $48 por ton would  t,i\u ������������������id-j.iJuu, .wi Wn< viiiuu ui nuw yc������'  i-i-'l*'' added durlnij- the yinr  As a Hhlp-owtilnir Province, Nova  Scotia loads with 2,000 sailing ships and  steamers of 211,(132 tons. Ontario  comos next with 1,880 vessels of 170,000  tonw. Tho others In order are-, Quebec,  l,hX6 vessels, ot 130,000 tons; British  Columbia, 086 vessels, of 77,105 tons;*  Now Brunswick, 033 vessels, of 54,855  tons; Prlnoe Edward Island, 101 ves������  sols, of 12,200 tons; Manitoba, 141 ves-  sells, of 7,705 tons, and the Yukon with  12 vessels of 2,171 tons. The registered  tfinnngo of the Dominion In lt������78 wae  about double what It is to-day, namely,  1,333,000 tons, iu walnut XiViMi tun*  on December 81, 1904.  Of the world's total net tonnage of  85,0*0,871 tons, Grtat Britain and her  Colonic* own 11,326,421 tons. The  steamer tonnage of ths world Is IV  188.501. of which 1.125,228 tons are own-  od in Great Britain and he? Colonies, ., CUMBERLAND. NEWS  Cumberland, B.C.  *w  ���������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������ w.���������.������?$-������> *ww  w  t  i  WESTERN  CAKAUIAN  EWIOKS ���������  r  A Series of Articles Describing %  their Lives, their Aims and     ^  Their Influence.  41  L  ���������  ���������  JAS. B. GRAHAM. ���������  JAS. B. GRAHAM.  Editor and  Proprietor of the  Enterprise, Melita, Man.  The profession of journalism in  the West includes among its most  honored members some men of mature age, wbose ripened experience!  has sobering and modifying effect on  the sometimes too exuberant enthus.  iasm of their younger fellowworkmen.  Now that "old man Laurie" of Battle-  ford has crossed the bourne���������he who  with the courage of the pipneer loaded his Washington hand press on a  -Red-RiTer-cartrand-trekked"huffdr������ds"  of miles across the farflung fenceless  prairie to the then Territorial capital, staying on with firm faith in his  location after all others had quit, and  dying at last with the sound of the  long-looked-for locomotive almost In  his ears, and his dreams of Battle-  ford's future within measurable distance of realization at last. Now that  the veteran editor of the Saskatchewan Herald.is;no more, Mr. Cannon,  of the Minnedosa Tribune, is perhaps  the Nestor of Western Canadian journalism, but Mr. Jas. B." Graham, of  Melita, will in point of age, if not M  Western experience, run him a close  second. ,  Though Mr. Graham" Is' Iti his sixty-  fifth year, he would have to produce  a certificate of the fact in order to be  believed, for many men a score of  years his junior look older. He is an  ardent lover of the great out-of-doors,  and to this fact, as well as to a temperate, industrious, cheerful life and  a naturally good constitution, his finely preserved physique may be ascribed. In the winter the skating rink  haa no more enthusiastic devote than  he, and ln summer he travels for  hours a day on his bicycle. He retains that youthful freshnosB of mind  that is the surest antidote for old age,  He lives in tho present rather than In  the past, enjoys the society of tbe  young, and while Conservative in poll-  tics is progressive ln disposition.  Though his hair Is whlto his step is  aprlugy, and many a young Canadian  girl might envy Mr. Graham his complexion. He Is one of those men that  never grow roally old, but when his  eyo Is dim and his stop feeble, will bo  fresh of heart and mind as mon  young enough to be nls sons.  Mr. Graham Is of Irish birth, a native of Ulstor, having boen born near  Belfast In 1840. He was but seven  years of ago wben ho came with  his  parents to Ontario. At the age of  seventeen he went into the printing  business, with which he has been ever  since identified. He was apprenticed  to the office of the Streetville Review,  then owned by Solomon Barnhart and  edited by Rev. R. J. McGeorge. His  first job, as he is fond of telling his  friends when in reminiscent view,  was to manipulate the roller of the  Washington press ia printing an edition of the poems and lyrics of the  lesser Canadian poets, Alexander Mc-  Lachlin,' of Caledon. Mr. Graham remained with the Review until it ceased publication. His whole printing experience while connected with the paper was in newspaper and book work,  for in the 50's job work, as at present  understood���������the printing of office stationery, visiting cards, pamphlets and  catalogues���������was unknown outside the  bigger cities.  After leaving Streetville Mr. Graham, in search of wider knowledge of  the craft, went to Toronto, and called  on William Lyon Mackenzie in search  of a position on his paper. There being none, and disliking the hurly-burly  of the city, he went to Milton, securing a position on the New Era of that  town. Later he worked on papers at  Fergus, Mount Forest, and Owen  Sound. In 1870 Mr. Graham started  the Uxbridge Journal, staying in Ux-  bridge some years, and finally selling  out because of a severe attack of the  Western farming fever, to which thousands of Ontarians succumbed in  1880.  Mr. Graham first took up a homestead near Rapid City, but the absence of educational facilities for his  children caused him to move with his  family to Qu'Appelle, where he had  been offered a position as foreman\of  the Progress office. Here he remained  for a time, when the offer of a similar position in Brandon determined  him to move to the Wheat City, because of the better educational advan  tages there obtainable. For six oi ���������  seven years Mr. Graham was a citizen.  of Brandon, leaving when he purchased the Enterprise at Melita, which  under his management, was soon fitted  out with an entire new dress, and the  mechanical equipment of which was  three years ago improved by the installation of a large Cottrell-Babcock  press and a power plant.  Last January Mr. Graham purchased  the Carnduff Gazette, for which he  has just completed the erection of a  new building, and for which he has  installed new type and presses. The  Enterprise is under the management  of his eldest son, while Mr. Graham  personally superintends! the Gaeette  -business .'' ' ' ��������� ' ��������� - -      ���������  Both papers are highly creditable  An instance of the application of a  precocious knowledge of the law by a  child occurred in a Parisian school. <  In France education is obligatory, but  the law cannot compel children to re-1  main at school after the age of thir- '  teen.   This law, needless to remark, ���������  is usually a dead letter, but on the occasion in question a pupil   suddenly  got up in the middle of a lesson, gath-���������  ered up his books, placed them neatly '  in his desk, took up his hat and moved  toward the door.   "Where are you going?" asked the teacher with a certain amount of acerbity.   "Sir,"   replied the boy, with irritating nonchalance.   "I waa thirteen years of age  four minutes ago, and you have no  longer any right to keep me at school."  Known to Thousands.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills regulate the action of  the secretions, purify, the blood and  keep the stomach and bowels free  from deleterious matter. Taken according to direction they will overcome dyspepsia, eradicate biliousness,  and leave the digestive organs healthy  and strong to perform their functions.  Their merits are well known to thousands who know by experience how  beneficial they are in giving tone to  the system.  Kathlene���������It's little ye love me, or  ye 'ud niver stay away from me as ye  did last evening, jist because av a wee  bit o' rain. Dudee Mike���������Sure, it wor  a pourin' down floods, mavourneen,  but it wor'not* th* rain that kep' me  away from th' loight av y'r h'ivenly  eyes. Kathlene���������An* wot wor it?  Dudee Mike���������it wor th' lack av an um-  brelle.  Mlnard's  Liniment  Cows.  Cures  Garget  In  Every man thinks his own is   the  __     really hardest job.   The really hard-  For six or est 3ob, however, is that of a hero in  a modern novel. These, are the performances of one hero in a chapter of  a recent novel: His countenance fell.  His voice broke. His heart sank.  His hair rose. His eyes blazed. His  words burned. His blood froze. Now  how would you like to be that hero?  A Sound Stomach Means a Clear  Head.���������The high pressure of a nervous life which business men of the  present day are constrained to live  make draughts upon their vitality  highly detrimental to their health. It  is only by the most careful treatment  that they are able" to keep themselves  alert and active in their various callings, many of them know the  value  The Most for Your Money and the''  Best for Your Health.  uAuAllA  CEYLON TEA.   POSITIVELY TI-IE    PUREST   AND    MOST   DELICIOUS  TEA IN THE WORLD.  Sold only ln lead packets, 40c,   50c,   60c.     By   all    Grocers.  Highest Award   St.   Louis,   1904.  :i i  J(1MC^R0AD  *^ ���������  Iji  [WlWyfflt WAT WIST  Overalls  Shocks-,-Shirts  -TwcBESTtMAT'sM*" w.  ||    A   V     W 9C_* VEGETABLE SICILIAN  flAL/JUo Hair Renewer  Perhaps you like your gray hair; then keep it. Perhaps not������  then remember���������Hall's Hair Renewer always restores color to  ���������gray hair. Stops falling hair, also. '^TSJgro-rtegtt"8*  Howell���������That's one of those thought  transfer fellows. Powell���������Is that so?  Howell���������Yes; he is a letter-carrier.  specimens of Western country weeklies���������newsy, intelligently written, well  printed and with good advertising patronage. Their popularity among  their constituents, Is shown by their  circulation, and by the manner in  which their columns are in demand by  the business men of their towns.  Mr. Graham is a Mason of over  thirty years standing. Music is one  of his favorite pleasures, and ln band  organization he has taken lifelong interest.        ,  Among his fellow newspaper men  few men are more popular or respected than Mr. Graham, whose success in  his profession is but the reward of  his Industry and his. personal character, iln many respects he is a typical  Western editor. * He knows the news  ofYParmelee's Vegetable Pills In regulating the stomach and consequently  keeping the head clear.  "We tried a new experiment in our  town," said the man with the silver-  rimmed spectacles. "We thought that  the tendency to vanity was so great  that there ought to be some reward  for people who were capable of standing aside and rejoicing in the success  of others. So we organized a society  and arranged for the presentation of  modesty medals." "How did it work?';  "Badly. As soon as a man won one  of the medals he would swell up and  get so proud that we'd have to take  it away from him."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Congressman Livingstone of Georgia  tells this story of his boy, George:  One day I said to him, "Mamma says  you've been very naughty today, sir;  what's the matter?" "Pop," he replied, seriously, "I think ma's prejudiced against "me. Yesterday she  MdY,Aunt���������Sarahi,I_wa^s__JjMt_tkeJtoage,  of you?"  FITS  Liable** Fit curt for Epilepsy sod  Mi-dreqalTectloru li the only luccenful  remedy, ������nd I, ao* uii-d by tho beat  phrtlclaiM and hoiptUU In Burop.  ���������   ' It ii  conftdeutUlly  H ran  Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant  vkiap Powder dusted in the bath, joftens  the w* >r and disinfects. 3^  Uncle Tom  (seventy)���������You're getting too old to play with the boys   so  and   America.  -recommended to the afflicted,  suffer from  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Danee,  or hare children ot relattret that do eo, or know a friend tbat  il afflicted, THEX BIND FOB A Frek TBUL BOTTLE and try  It  It will be lent by mall  prepaid.     It   hai   cured  where ���������T.rjrthlng (lie hai  lUled,  When writing mention  thli paper, and gi*s full  tddren.  /or aale by all drureista.  TheLlebi_Co., 179 King St. W.,T������ra_t������.  a a r_us������ ijuai* ouuxk ana 1x7  CURED  much now, Jesse.  Jessie���������I know, un-  jcle;3ut_the_older_Lget_the_better_I_  like it.  Byronita���������You are right. If the editor objects to your poem because lt  was tied with, blue ribbon, try pink  next time. Many men are very sensitive to color, and it might have reminded him of some his wife gave  him to match that morning.  Icth, Mange, Prairie scratches,   Cu-  paper business thoroughly, from   the 1 ?*n34t^,i>unt^u^anw0/l#*n'P1a'������ c"red  washing of rollers ank the .writing-of L*������n   ItnweX l!&2_7  flditnriai .and the ru-tOne for BubBcrto- Lot,on" nnevep ������������������������������ At all druggists.  editorial and the rusting for su^scrlp  tions. Because of the range of his experience, and because of its length,  he will remain, as lotig as he continues in the ranks ofVworking newspaper men, one of the outstanding figures  in the   journalistic   world   of   the  West   1       ,  HARD ON THE CAT.   *\  Have you ever seen a cat get mixed up with a sheet of sticky .fly-^'a.  per? It not you have missed ,6ti* ol  the real sights of tils life,   Therterrl-  "Why do you waste so many hours  on beautifying devices?" inquired the  old-fashioned woman. "Why not devote that time to thinking beautiful  thoughts?" "O, fudge," retorted the  modern damsel. "My beau isn't a  mind reader."  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Ayer's  You can depend on Ayer's  Hair Vigor to reitore color to  your gray hair, every time.  Follow directions ind it never  failfl to do this vork. It stops,  Hair Vigor  falllngof the hair, alio. There's  great satisfaction In knowing  you are not going to he disappointed. Isn't that so?  ,. Singleton���������Say, old   man,  I   want    .-. ......  you to do   me a  favor.   Wedderly-���������  fled, Jumping, spitting, mewing cred-, What is it?-:, Singleton���������You aro mar-  turo presents a most ludicrous spoc- Hed. vi^dderly���������Sure. Singleton���������  tacle to all onlookers and causos an Boon������,jnam_d throe times, I under-  immense amount of laughter and Tun, stnnff-^jdiWodderly���������That's the way it  but when tho frantic and maddened shows up on tho records. Singleton���������  pet becomes almost smothered by ik* Well, I'm thinking seriously oC taking  sticky stuff and tho dama'ge to ca,r- un.Jp myself ft wife and I want you- to  #������?**  THE TEAPOT TELLS  THE TALE.  pets, curtains, etc., etc.. begins to be  realized, the housewife falls to appreciate the funny side of tho episode, and then and there decides that  In future sho will uso only Wilson's  Fly Pads, which are three hundred  times moro effectual and cannot dam-  ago carpets or furniture All drug*  gists and storekeepers sell Wilson's  Fly Pads. Avoid worthless immlta-  tlons.  "I'm ln a great hurry to get to Now  York," said tho man with the valise.  "How soon oan you land me there?"  "A train will start In a few minutes,"  snid the agent, "tbat will get you  thero in twenty hours. Tomorrow evening, though, wo shall put on a  train that that will make the distance  in sixteen hours." "AU right," rejoin*  ed he man. "ill wait uii iuuwwuw  cvoulng."  dissuade me from my purpose.  MESSRS. p, C. WCHAftpS. &��������� CO,  Gents,���������I cured a?-valuable,' hunting  dog 'of mango with MItfARD*ri-dJ������.  MENT after seVoral voterlnarleB had  treated him wlthouUtlpjug hlra any  porraanent #Qpd.      .    .'"-',,    .*-V  ' You/%'feQ.^'^,*"'  ^IlimtyGAONB,  Prop. >of Grand ^antral Hotel.  Drummondvlllo, Axxg.% '04.  x;  **  Mlmrd's Liniment Cures Distemper.  _fi_Hi_3-i_^_a iQT mmmmmmmWBmm  Fading Hair  One of Ambassador Cfaoaie s legal  stories told at a gathorlng of lawyers  on hia last visit to this country related to a Texas Judgo beforo whom ft  prisoner was brought charged with  horsestealing. Tho judgo promptly  sentenced the prisoner to bo banged,  but his lawyer Interrupted. "You  can't bang this prisoner according to  law, your Honor," ho said. "Guess  you're right," said the Judgo. "Well,  I'll discharge him, and I guess its up  to the boys to hang him according to  the regular custom."  First Village Dame���������Did I bring you  back thai; basket you lent mo last  wueKi    "second Dame luiuphuucaUy-  No, Indeed; you did not. First  Damo���������That's a pity, for I Just camo  round to borrow it again.  Thero are a number of varieties of  corn.?. IIolloTvay'ji Corn Cure will re  move any of thorn. Call on your druggist and get a bottle at onco.  emwmmmwmtmmmmmmmmmm  Lyle���������Did you over come across a  more conceited fellow than BuIgerT  They, say he Is an atheist, and I bo-  Uevo he lo. Boater���������I wouldn't llko  to go so far ns that, but I know ho  doesn't recognize tho existence of a  superior being.  WNU No M4I  AH Teas look, nearly alike. But when they  are Drawn there is a Vast Difference. That  is where GOLD STANDARD sutpasses all  other teas by uniform fragrance & strengtn.  PACKED FOR YOUR PROTECTION IN 1.1b. AND \_ lb. LEAD PACKETS:  3 AND 5 POUND TINS. '  CODVILLE & CO., Winnipeg, Man.  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E.B.EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains Heat and Keeps Out Cold.  Write for Samples and Prices  TEES  &  PERSS2,   Limited,   Agents,   Winnipeg.  Copt. VanKoughnet Died.  A Router telegram from Gibraltar  staios that tho sU-amor Mongolia, which  arrived thero on Tuesday, March 28th,  from Australia, reported that early tho  previous ovonlng Capt, Edmund Barkor  Van Koughnot, C, M. G., II. N., (re.  tirod), died Huddoaly of apoplexy. The  body.was landed at Gibraltar and bur������  led thero, Reat'Admlral Princo Louis  of Battenberg attending tho funeral.  Capt, Van Koughnot wo* tho young*  er son of iho late Hon. Philip Matthow  P Vnn Knup-hnot Q. P., fhnnnHlnr of  Upper Canada, by his wlfo, Elisabeth,  daughtor of Col. Tumor, K. U. He wa*  born In Toronto ln July, 1849, and cn>  tercd tho navy as a cadet at th* aire  of 14, became a sub-llotenant In 1860,  lieutenant In 18t8, and commander In  1SS!, and retired with thc rank of captain in 1894. As a mldnblpman ho  served on tho Canadian lakes during  the Fenian troubles in 1867-68, and later was flag-lieutenant to Lord Clan������  wllllam on the North America and  Went Indies station. In 1884 he was  flag-lleutonant to Lord Alcpstor on  board th* Alexandra, and served with  the naval brlrndo landed for Hf-rvlfo In  the Boudan with the Nile expedition  (Camel Corps) for tho relief of Khar������  turn. He was with Lord Charl������i Berca������  ford In ths Soda at tho relief of Sir  Charlos Wilson, and wu then lovero*  ly wounded, For ins services In thoso  oporatlonB, which woro mentioned In  despatches, ho received special promotion to tho rank of commander.  During tho lato South African war  Capt. Van Kouglinet, who was then  on the retired Um, was transport oflV  cer at Durban, where his work, In  which ho displayed tact and ability,  was warmly commended by Sir Rod*  vers Bullor In hlo despatch of Novom*  ber 9th, 1000. For his sarvlco at Dur������  ban ho received tho C. M. O. In April,  1901. Amonnr thn nth*r decorations  worn by Capt. Van Koushnot was tht  broiuu invdul ol the liuyu.1 iiumtuie Ho-  olety, awarded to lilm when a midship*  man for having Jumped Into the water  at Brockville, Ont., and naved the Uvea  of two boys, Capt. Van Kougnet mat*  rlfitl.   In   1177,   T 'niy    .Tu-*   AloYnnrtpr,  only daughter of tht third Earl of Calf  don.  Wssnlnf Pigs.  A neighbor's methcrd of weaning pigs  Is to take them away In detachments,  bfR-lnnlwr flrnt with two or thrpe of  the plumpest, largest and strongest,  then th������ n������>xt ������tronfr������t batch, Iravlnn  the pot-rout ones of the litter to complete the drying' oft, Ths cases are  complete and didslve.���������Cor, Farm  Tmirntl. \  rarnWam  mmmWmWmtAaWMWmma  ���������>-wfv^.'v*fV5-*������--^*<**-''-,v*-������ <-������������������������������������.  Wi  Koote  Steel  Mange  ���������.VENTILATED  OVEN  The health of a  .family depends greatly  upon the hygienic nature  of  the cooking.  Tjie oyen jn the Kootenay Range is yentilate^,  every dish baked in it is entirely free from  .effects of pent-up cooking gases. '   A .perfectly ventilated overt is one of the,most  ^important features of a range, ,and yet it is given  ^yei-y -little attention  by  most makers, and none  ^yjiatever in most of the cheaply gotten-up ranges  Jnow offered to the public,  "" Sold by all enterprising .dealers.  Booklet free.  When .in Gumberland  STAY AT THE   ' VfSNttOME.  /S*    All.Gonvknirnces for Gubsts.  The^Iak is SuFri.ip with  Best LLquons %nd Qijjars -  R. S.ROU^TpQN. |  ooqoox)o<>oqqQOQoou<x 1  .0  c  G  O  C  o  **J  8      A-,isriD  eamm  JLondon,       Toronto!  t    I*-'-"- , '  -Montreal,       Winnipeg,,  4st. John, N.������.  Vancouver  I am prepaKe-^l t,o  furnish .^tyli.sh Rigs  and do Teapr^ng .at  O  o  o  o  ry������' .reasonable rates.  Pole  Agent  i:a.bim." "���������;.  I^C.EN'CEl) AUCTIONEER   and  "'""     '.VALUATOR.  ���������STALL OKDERS PROMPTLY ATTEND-  ffP-TP-  ' ''"   "  4AFANESE  LT* vi  "at"a".i7owt-  ... !    -1    .  Wholesale and Betail.  Sweet and Clean quality  6 lbs..... $2.65  ��������� i    ; .   . ��������� ������������������ U  No. p Japtown, Ckimberxand B. 0.  I'" ^ ������������������'���������' "���������'':;,;,  ..'.'.   . ���������__.  "housecleaning  Capable maii will Wash Windows, Somb  yio'orB, do General House Cleaning, Wash  Clothes'or Cool*,  TeijmB:���������15c per hour; $1,25 Mor day.  -���������   "r     "'' J.OU GET    ''  Leave orderB at Hunden's candy store,  ForKalspraining, Paper-hanging  Glazing   and1   Painting,      See  *���������' l rTch'd. McGregor,   Cumber!i\nd Hotel.  For CAN DIES  Novelties,   Pictures,  Frames and cleaning  of frames.  D.   HUN DEN  Cumberland ���������  ���������������.ii"-������^������^������^^������MM^B-^M������.^-^_i������i-^__^_w___^_^-������__^__-^_^-���������^^__>������  Nanaimo Ci������ar Factory  o  o  o  o  I D. KILPATRi-CK      g  CUMBKRLA-ND q  OAQooooooaooooooo \  fOR    PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  SOLip GOLD WATCHES  SOLID GOLD CANES  DRESSING CASES      ���������  CUT GLASS and      ,,  STERLING SILVER.  inscription Engraving free-and at  P.   STODDART.  Watchmaker   and   Jeweller,  WILLIAMS BROS.  ; Teamsteks and Draymen  : Single and Double rics  '��������������������������� for Hire.    All Orders  ; Promptly  Attended  to.  : Third St., Gumberland, B C  INTEKESTING       . INSTRUCTIVE  "CORRECT ENGLISH -  HOW TO USE IT.*..  A Monthly Magazine Devoted" to the  Use of English!  Josssshtne TfiviCK ^akek, Editor.  ���������"""* ���������  Partial Contents for this Month.  Course in English for the Beginner.  Course in Euglish for the Advanced Pupil.  How to Increase One's Vocabulary.  The Art of Conversation.  Should and Would:   How to.JJse them.  Pronunciations (Ceutim* Dictionary).  -JyrrecC.Euglish in the ttutne.  Correct Bullish in He School.  What to Say and What $Tot" to ������ay.  Course in LeU.r-Writing and Punctuation.  Alphabetic list of Abbreviations,  Bu-.uu.s3 Euglitih for tfye ^luinesa I^AQ.  Ooniyouijd Word:   How to Write Them.  Studits in jEugliah Literature. .  $1 a Year. Sei\d ipe foroample copy  JJOKKKCT E-NQL1SH, Evanston, lit  HOLY  TRINITY CHURCH  SERVICES.  Holy Communior^evpry Sunday at 8 pm.  ���������first Sunday in the month, ii am.,  Morning service, n a.m.; Sunday,  School, 2.39jp.m.; Evening service,  7 p.iii.; Choir .Practice every Friday  at 7 30 p.m.  f.^Q..Christmas Pastor  Sale qf Lands  for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes, in the Comox Assessment  District,   province of  British   Qplumbla.  -O-"  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEOT   ::'OS    -.-.   EARTH.  MaunfaqiuresJ )sj  V. OABI,i' Sf 00., 5TANAHJ0,  BsC  C. H. TARBELL,  High Grade Stove  and all Kitchen Requirements  SPORTSMEN^ jGOOPSt  & GENERAL HARDWARE  I HEREBY GfVE NOTICE that on ^arsday, the twelveth day of October, 1905, at the hour of Twelve  o'clock noon at the Court House, Cumberland, J shall sell by Public Auction the lands hereinafter set out of  the persons in said list hereina.fier set out, *^or the dt-linquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 3,1st dav of  December, 1904, and Jor:jmte?e,**t, ,cupts a^d.e^jjeiites, including.the cost of advertising said sale, if* ihe totsajL  amount due is not poon.er ,pa\d. ������       '  t^T^T^BOFEn^E^TIUNE'nr  Name of Person Assessed,  Anderton, John  Anderton, John  AndrewF), Elizabeth Blancho  Aiton, John  Bayley, John  Dorftnan, Jaoi b F.  Lyttell, Matthew'..  Matthews, Cl^'iit-nt ,W.  Uouboirough, Tliomas  Short Description of  Property,  THE  JT JxJcJdt  SOUVBNIR  TO    THE   '������sra  FREE  U.' v.*' '- '  IWLWm SOUVENIR  Qev. JomnoN ef Mlnne-  ���������eta Myn " Tht Northwail  ttsxnitntt tht grntMt ooi-  ilbllitlti. ind fknow of no  ftiiRirlno ������o ihnrmi^lily  fcompn'.-nt 10 rjp'dli Uto  ������*/oii(Iitr3 (if tlilt u-,'iii.i i'i!  Tm������ Y/c-fcbBVWoPk.''  ���������.>N!,''V|i,l,*r;ucnnV,;|'j|  i..l .,*..���������-... ."���������( (.t'i. ...* "i  Mahk Twain write*:  "Two dny������ overdiit md  Thr Wohld'h VVoitie lm������  tint yot tt*r\i*A mis.   I'rny  fyt-i.  n  iinif   iii   tW      J  THE BIG SPECIAL AUGUST NUMBER OF  /     ,.       TIE WORLD'S WORK  ^fHl *le8cri|>e tjie mnivelouy d������vi!lo|iijmnt ������n<l 1lic vssd posnihllitleii of the  ,great Northwest. Mo <<\wt i.;.,..ii;i. <:. out u ;n'.'..y pi'tiowiita ������m.'li a ih'aiiiutic  Itoryoi BfirKrvcmt-nt ami |)Wjiu.*M n������tluto( the Nnrtlrvcnt, fr"m tin; exp������li-  Hon of Lewi* uml Clark t->i!*o ^itul er.iUMiuii ;:t Portl'ttul. TllR WoiU.u's  Work vrill pirtuw anil daciibc ht niiut if������'i������::������tr'x i;--ininiiiK, fimnitiir,  iuioijcii.i^ aim ���������������.���������*,.11^, ���������������-������ i.'-tc-t t/.uj I'l.-opiit, nn (umtj.-uj ��������� w un the J'.nsi; u.-i  hllronili>^t!-inn>c;':,. i*,i,;,-p|.,,t;u  j;.- ;,] ���������,, :VY<;;<..;: 1.:,.,/* jY.; u!1K!c all*  Th*5 Lewis and Clark Exposition ai Portland  ���������f"Hth mupi, j>hotogn*plm nnd (lea'riplivu aiticlcs, ll will he ti necessary  ^ulde anJ imnrllxiok to everyone who viilt* the Exposition, the bmt  touvenlr for thnp������ %Aio f-innnf p-o  THE WORLD'S WOR������  drawl Its Innplrsit'on lium the name Inclomimble ipitll of pro^rew that hns  tranifot'iTii!-! the Norihv tm horn a wi bit: hum to a Rr-*nt (-lvtli/t.,1 empire.  Each month It de������crib������"i t!i������ vital ttirnp in 'he wml-l'i lif" nml the men  who are doing them.   It U a hintory t������f oui o\nn time- sup<"j;������ly iilut'inteil.  Ewrv F*m'H7 In lhe Nc������ttiw������ SIwhM H*x4 THE WORLD'S WOBK  CnCC Th������t*������u!lfc*ltoi������ff.|ihr N..uh#������,i ;..,Uti.!jr ii(*'.*}jiti|lti ������i.">i'.. -j ���������*���������-!-���������* at. I t'-tu,  rKEE  d"'*"** It 0* hiu��������������������������� tm,:, tt ���������*���������������������������*������.it rnwf.>rtl. ><|:i������f ������������������ni Ittn ui'������-itirc.\ i-.i*-  ��������� ���������������������������������������** J.. Iv r������lM l������ t ������ii>.������.. ������ ..., ���������- ������ i'.i ,. .. Ot< f >n ������ it ��������� t������* ,.ti-i^ ( r i������������ 'i.i.r  ���������nt) t(*������our������|.'ini itlv tjttiii * iiitco ���������'. '! 11   >r.'"������������������.i.'itf IV������>*..   M*inll.>nHiHp������i*r  -UjOUBlEDAY, PAGE t COMPAm'. 133-137 *)<*t Wlh St., New York  Williams, A. D,  Jenkins Estate, John $llory  Ford, Wm  Ford, Joneph,Cobiirn^.arin������ Ford Eli*?-)  abuth, Ford I^ouua alid Ford Martha.)  McNutt, P('ter .Stewart  Piiribury, Munaon & Hualam  Carlton, Joliw  Thoinaoti, Hotiry 13.  Taylor, W.J.  MoAllitter, John  MoAIHstor, .John  8'<hloHst, Bi-nj iniln  MoAlMa-or, John  li-viny, John  liilvon, ArthurIvolus  niillen,  \V, if,  I'.'pb'y, t). V, and Fishor, I.B.   ���������  Mi'AH inter, ilehh  Mi;*\l  ",(.���������.*',    Iiillll  1'. ���������������������������)��������������� ', I Mini'.'.-.v VV, K-ituti!  )i(iiili*v, .I'iIjii Mny  HarriHon, Win>  Lot 124  Lo*. 220  I'art'of Section 18,   80 ncrcs  iBlook ;|o:.hnt 186,    8 a ores'  ���������NeotioiiH 3*:, ;ijO, 51, and Lot 175  Lo* 21-G  Lot Ul'  S I of Block IS of Lot 104,    161 aores  Lot 94  NELSON      DISTRICT.  N 33 aores of 8 ictlon 3U, Tp 10  NEWCASTLE   PISTEICT,  .V'  Seotion 5  HORNBY  ISLAND.  RE I of Soo, 2, and NE .1 of Seo. 18  N ft of N\V } of Seo 2, Si ol S . of SWi Seo 5  GROUP  I,  Lot. 450 N of Powoll Rivtr        1194 aores  L..t7l������7  Lot 1(141  Lot 19U1 A  SAYWARD DISTll>Cr,  Part of Sooiions 29, 3) aad 31, To 3  RUPERT    DISTRICT  Seotion 11  "     21, VV J  "     fill and 01  K 4 of E 4 of .So.ition 33, Tp 3  SootiotiH I) and 12, Tp 4  S 4 of S. 0 io ��������� 22, Tu 4  Seotion 28, Tp 4  Section 34 T|������ 4  E i of E 4 of Seotion 4, Tp R  K 4 of SE } of II nml SW ,f 10, Tp6  N   ���������!; illl'l N  :\ .'I  S  i, id So.;, 24, Tp 16  oK 1 <>t hoo Kl,   IV II  COAST DISTRICT,   RANGE 1.  I  Lot I  Delinquent Taxes  Tax  ea  8 00  8 00  ti 00  4 00  fin 00  23 25  00  00  10 00  Interest  t ��������� d.*tte  ..f  Sal--.  0 40  0 40  0 So  0 20  flO  10  0 45  0 25  0 50  *^~ B-  f* <--   V.  9���������* ������  fl JT V  T-GTAL  '��������� I x  cicoW  2 00  $10 40  2 00  10 40  2 00  8 3Q  2 00  0 20  2 00  fi4 50 .  2 00  20 41  2 00  11 45  2 00  7 2{j  2 00  12 50  I    8 25 I      0 41 j 2 00 j  I   24 00 j      1 20 I 2 00 I  20 50  3 00  1 02  0 18  2 00  2 00  140 25  7 46  2 00  21) 00  1 00  2 00  0 85  0 34  2 00  12 70  0 03  2 00  10  6(?  27  2Q  23  52  6  7?  158  23  9  15  71  00  id  33  I   00 80 I      I 84 j 2 001    103   Q4  48 00  2 40  9 00  24 no  1 20  2 00  280 70  17 20  2 00  12 00  0 00  2 00  123 40  0 17  2 00  32 00  1 00  2 OH  04 00  3 20  2 00  682 40  20 12  S 00  111 00  0 00  2 00  5 50  0 27  2 00  307 l!i������  18 3(1  2 00  Ul 10  1 05  2 00  ���������18 00  40 11 00  52 40  27 2q  305 OQ  14 00  181 57  35 00  09 2Q  018 52  14 00  7 77  3S7 bt}  24 15  52 40  Dntorl nt Oumbflrlnnrl. lit September, 1005,  JOHN BAXnB, Coputy AososBor,  Comoy. AMflsament Diitriot,  CiunbwrlnTir! P������������t; Office  To Cure a Cold in One Day  Taka Laxative Bromo Qsanlae TaMets. j* &/������  Scvwi MDHon kowi ukw In pa* 42 wonthi. Thl������ signature, *2* *4 X&H  OarnOrlp  bTwoDayt.  on every  box. 23c.  ���������. *���������.-*.-.- :..������  vj>.  ^i>ii������������a. hi nii^..^.- THE  CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. B. ANDERSON,    -      - -      Mqr  The columns of Ti^e Nk>vs are open to all  iWhp wtyh to express therein views *o - matters of public interest.  While we dp not hold ourselves re 'v>nsi.  ble iqr the utterances of corresppnidento, we  eserve the right of declining to ,i_Ber*  ommunio^tiohs unnecessarily personal.  *^1^>NESDAX���������-Septe^bqr 43 .1905  Kspimalt i Nanaimo ������Rj  zaw^mm  s. s. "Oity of ,4an$imQ/  ������������������Sails from .Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  ���������rNanaimo, calling at   North .^"aanicli  ���������jGowichiin Bay, Maple Bay and Crofton  when freight or passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  j-Union Bay and Comox.  J^eXves Comox Wednesday, ,8 &.m., for  ^Unipn Bay and Nanainio.  .Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  ^Leaves -Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  (Sails fro.ro.Nanaiino Fr,iday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, ^Hing at iCrofton, Maple  Bay, Cowichan Bay anci Nonh Saanich when freight or passengers offer  '���������North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NAft AIMO JtOtfTE  &&���������  U*\9AS:"  ���������Satis .from Nima-itvio y a.m. daily except j  Sundays. ,      . ;  ���������Sails from Vancouver after arrival of C  ��������� 'jP.R. Tra'11 No. 1. daily except Sun-n'  .(days, at 1 p.m.  ^P-M-JHFA-I^E-E-F^EG^V-E-  APRIL  JL3th,    1905.  ������7ICT0EI4 f.������ WELLINGTON.  $$0. 2-Daily. No.4-Snuua,  .AM' ���������     ���������:���������' ���������   I' M.  jpe 9 l.U.���������..'.....,.,..Victoria . ...  >V   9.28, ,. <-C..l(.lstr<.uiin.  V.-3U.2jl.,.v '.^..enig'ti. ..  f,'fl,i>0. '  '      .Dunoaillu..,  P M  ��������� -?. , 12 35.. .^anaimo...   "   (i 4'.'  A.r 12.53.. \VelluiJ-Wii..... Ar. 0.5  .Di  1* M.  S*2i>  4,2-:  5.0i:  " 3 1.*  " 5 0'  "   630  . WELLJAW  ���������>*  TO VICTORIA.  tto, 1���������Uui; N > 3 -Suudu  A. If A.M,  ipe.   8.00....... .Wellington De. 3 0  "   8.SJQ*.I'.*..'..Naiiaiimi*.'...  40 02  .Du.oiu'a. ......  ' ��������������� 10.42.,'..,.    K'oiug'* ..  .  " 11.88 ...... Goldsu. iia  "   (1.3:  Ar 12 C$...,. ...Victoria  Ar 7.0t  Tliousiijin,el Mi.e and Comnuitiition Tu������������������  i^ets on jjfjiile, good ovei rail and steai..e  fines, atfw,o nnd one-half cents per mile  Special trains and steamers for Excur  pions, and reduwjl files for parlies may  be arranged foi np application to thu  TrarT}c. ^nagejr,  'll)Q ..Company reserves the right ti  fihnngjB ^itjioyt previous notice, si earner!-  sailing.^ies and hours of sailing.  ifCxftiifi^rtp Tiu|{(uis on .'jiii-j Iiuiu i|.ml ti  i,ill Stiijtions, good lor going journey fS.it-  j* nitty and S.ijncjiiy, reiijnijng '.nwj, l;uei  tliat? '^{Lpjidf^v,  Geo. L. CpuivrNKy,  TruHio Matiatifflr.  jujum'.. '��������� '"'"  NOTIOE,  Itiiliug on locomotive** nnd mil  way ciirH of IMp Union Ityllie**)  Cojjfimn'y l������y any piTHon .������r )>et  8ong--r-tixi!n|it irajnorow���������its f-trii'iU  firphjliitod.    Employees  njv wui  ept ^(>,diai|UHH-t|.l for ulUwint; suui<  liy uiilor  FiiANCia D  J^yti.i  Matuiyx'i:.  |.V*������.u.i,  Cumberland  Hobel������������������~  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland be sure  and stay at tlie Cumberland  Hotel, E'irst-Class Accomodation -for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  Run in Connection with  Hotel  BIM  m  COURTENAY, B.C.,  DREEDER of. Holstein Cattle, Ches-  ..      ter White xPigs.j   Barred Plymouth  vRoGk^, ;&c  JWJ&WSD -STOCK  ���������Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  BEET'S JtfRSERISS,  3010 Westminster Road  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, now in  stock and tested as to vitality. Wholesale and retail.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   ..  RHODODENDRONS, ROSES, GREEN  HOUSE AND HARDi' PLANTS  for Spring Planting  ���������FERTILIZERS- -  BEE   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  Green house full of.Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  call and examine stock.  EASTERN PRICES OR LESS.  M.'J. HENRY.  VANCOUVER, B.C  Moiroclji -B.tos,  ^J?L.������LiJr6iS  DREAD, C.'ikos nnd Pies delivered daily to any part of City.  FUU, STOCK OF       fjrorerieit  Ei  >*\ v*^  0  H  W  ra  H  ft  00  Hi  %  0  Ci  y:  .1"!  Si  o  tr.  <i  W  <  H  H!  U  J  <  cc,  0  u.  LU  1  0  >���������  o  CO  AT,-FARMERS PRICES.  .'.SMOKE' s.  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM "  A UNION MA OK Cll-.AR  From the���������   ,  Cuban Cigar Factory  M. J. BOOTH, Proprirftoi,  NANAIMO   B, C  0  s.������\.:m:-u-:e]l   a    jdjl.~vxb,   proprietor  English4.x BUltTON always on tap ;     also, tlio famous MILWAUKEE  ' JJEl^RS���������Anheiisor, Uohuniian, Schliu, &c.       "OLDGRKY BKAKD"  SCOTCH 'WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  Tho Boarding and Lodging "Department, ��������� under tho irnrnodiato ."suporiutiindonoe of  Davis, vvill be found First olas.i in every respect.  Mas  RATES,  $1.00 per day up\7*.  :aa.  BAKER  A Fine Selection of CAKES  always   on  hand.  FBESH BREAD every duy.  Orders for SPECIAL CAKES promptly attended to.  Dunsmuir Avenue,  3REWING Co,  NANAIMO, B.C  The yearly return of. i-ht Bock Beer season is   of interest to the  brewer as well as lhe public, and tlie f.  Ml0.MJ_0M._B_SER POR 19M  Will again s-bow thrift speciitl tare has bn"Ti tnl.-������n ir\ th" ���������natin*nn������-������--o nf the rm-*rior  .article,    Thc Union Brnwing-Cti 's liook Han hntu broa,t'd tor a number of mouthy.  auil stored iu their famavi .cellars until it has reached the proper ago, uud is-now  '������ST SMiAUUHT AT ALL MOTELS.  dtt������!*nffi__ga_tt_Mm^  Wavei'ly Hotel  First-Class Accommodation  :������������������*... at Reasonable Rates....  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS..  S. SHORE,'  -PROPRIETOR.  \f  JOHN McLEODS  KOR FlllST-OLABS  CANDY, FRUITS.  CK1ARS cz TOBACCOS,  WILLARD is prepared to  fill auy Orders for Fiue or  Heavy, Harness, at short notice.  \\  WiLLARf) 'BLOil,      Cumberland,  ^F^  ??'*'  mm  & &*s$ma w  *l:c aiile-spro-id popultrity icf 5TEVKNS RIFLES, 8  . ISTU1.S aii'-l SIIUTCAINS cinplinsizcs t5������> dc;-rio of J  iwrfcction cnilwciicd In mif sterling m:\ke. You will ������nd f  .uii-.ibr-.ml--.*!"STEVENS"atallltll'LE 1UNGBSand |  wliciever thcio is 11 iiotlogr.  'LLTAS__A__sjr;i: ve n_s^ I  iscTi'ivalcnt to sayta*? CliAaANTliiilTl'OU QUAJ..  11V and famous {ur*sll,C!.scntial firearm ^ropcrtfe:.  Qui- Liao  RJflos, from    S3.00 to 0150  Pistols, from    ,2.50 to SO  dhofsubs, from 7.50 to 3iJ  Ask y.*>ur ilcnlcr, nnil lnsi.t  on oi-r uo**l*.. '������������������ J0'1 an%  not rfiointl^mjctw know  and --vill blilp.-'.irixt,c-t[jrts5  I i>repalil, upon receipt of  I price.  HIT THE MARi:-������l!ho.irKIl.LE VVT.ZI.V.I   TUs  Oz*-t aoielty **U1 bo niiillcl l:KIIi: upon icvjueit.  J.-aWVENS ARMS--0.TjOOL.J3O.  p. o, BOX 409>  ct&ae*ix xj FAU.S, mass., o. s. a.  Kt33Kai.i_^y'j^_!r___^i  Di.\s--r 1?ail to scn.l for  illi.s���������.*t.*rt oi'.aiof-. I* is a  boo.; of rcru'.y ii.forc.'.cc,  aud n..;vals to all lo/c.-.,  lntcrc...L*d ia the pnmd  51X)!-. of -il-.ootlr^. Mailed  fur4 cents in stai.*-*_ to j^iy  ���������\-sta*;e.  ���������" .*���������'-  m������ww������i---ii������Hiii'.  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LOCAL AUKNTS-- -OnMiiruusu,  ''��������� i'"'"r:'NV.Y  THK MUDSOinS BAY CO.,  DISTniltl'TlNH AfiKfJTH. , VJCTOlllA, 11.0  To every man, and woman too,  wli i is utrnfjiiliik' ttlcxig u-^niimt. ail*  v- I'Hif.y, fitriviMi' tn 'lultu  the Ixikii  nf an uiio n^'Ui'il p..iiu.i(Mi   ami a.  l������.n*r *>a urv, iIm [in.. niatiuiulU'ir.  l'lM|.M"lllli.-UU** iS.|||it(ll������i,   lilt) hfc-'itdUl((  ll'l   llulllI'VUIIIWltH    uf     VVlliul)     iWM  ' lit��������� wil a 'il inmmiruil every .rhtiru,  maKuM thin oll'm: II' vim wut iiidi-  oatu hy ii-iimrii like thin X on  thu ooiumii I'olmv, wnmli tiuu-ip .-  vmi pn fur, III* I, C,   S.   will   ao  its own uxpoiiao and wiihout  obliffa ion ou your pan, .hiw  ymi ntiw il H nut. luily p Mnihlc,  l)U a-vmilly iiitiiy fur )<m .0 ��������� 1.-  ler that oi:iiii|tiil,imi, not an a poorly (fuiil n*,>i!|(i;il,iiiu but with (n|  tin' q'lalifkiitimiH iii)-,!mHaty t'i  u.iiiiiianti 11 giiml mil ay.  lliivovoui'iiouglicuiiosilv  touHklloW?  nternationnl Correspondent  Schools, Scran ton Pa.  Box 240 Victoria, ll. 0.  'Ii-ii-n (tx[iliin, without tiirtlM<r   til lifjr  tion tie my |jnrt ho>i������ I k.hi (jiuJifv  (ni* 1 liiuii' nl,m in  t in  po,,*  tion hiifnni whioh   I   h ivc  iiiih luul X    i    t    i    :  I'ii>ii|<UiM'|.hi* T.htnh'iiii. t.'mHn,.  Si-_ni'Mr������phor      Klflo. I<ight'������ Sunt  Ad, Writur        Moclian.    Eugiii^arl  .Sli w uiml writur Bui vnyor  i\ iuiitu riiiii'i*. '.������-(.ii,      k .||...  iii.tiii, I������i-iuiiHiIhu       l/ivil    HJ k ti..  Oi.iHin, Dtmignoi Jli.iltlinw Coiiiru'i  llliiN'rutor Art*hi'tt''l .>i������'u,:iit.  Civil ^nrvitt'i Atoi'.iUot  1'It. inir't Snii.''1    I*!n||f!iif-('r3  T- <lilu..Mill Su[it Jitii-^ij     l.i^,,|.*������:i|  Kletftrimtiii !'%.r"i������i'ni  I* 11 ,.1  l'-i.e. l'"i K'liiur  ''It   '   i!     1:  1'IHI,  ^  'ity, WASTING ANAEMIA  A Trouble That Afflicts Thousands o1  Young Girls���������Cured by Dr. William's Pink Pills. I  i  Dr. William's Pink Pills do only  tone thing, but they do it well. They  fill the veins with new, rich blood,  "which drives away all traces of anaemia, headache, backache, palpitation,  nervousness, dizziness and despondency. The new blood they make brightens dull, lustreless eyes, and brings  ihe rosy glow of health to pale cheeks.  3n curing Anaemia Dr. Williams Pink  '.Pills cure the foundation of consumption as well. The new blood they  actually make gives new strength and  ���������vigor to every organ of the body, and  enables it to fight whatever disease  attacks it. That is why they are the  fcest medicine in the world for girls  to their toens���������or women in middle  lifft���������and to all those whose blood is  -weak, watery or impure.  Miss Mary Ei. Pratt, Blyth, Onti,  gives strong testimony to the value of  Hhcso pills. She says: "I was a sufferer for over a year with anaemia.  3 *was completely run down, had frequent headaches, spells of dizziness  and palpitation of the heart. I doctored all summer and was no better  ithxn when I began. I had practically  jgtTeaup all hope of finding a cure  ���������when my brother advised me to try  Ur. ���������William's Pink Pills. I got four  Irasesand when I had taken them I  ?e?t so much better that when I had  Sa&eh them I got six boxes more, and  Ibefora I had taken all these I was  completely cured. I am more thank-  M than what I can say for what the  pills havo done for me, as but for  them I would not be enjoying good  &c0alt_i today. I strongly urge al?  ���������weak girls to g>e Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills a fair trial."  Mfss Pratt's experience proves the  TO'lae of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to  tarery weak aud ailing person. These  jjLUb can be had from any medicine  deader or by mail from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.,  art 5J3c. a box or six boxes for S2.50.  A well known Episcopal Bishop of  "Mgh church tendencies was giving a  dfauer to a number of his clergy not  Josag ago. In arranging for it with his  English butler he was surprised to  Stave the man ask, "Is they 'igli church  ������t low church, sir?" "Why, what  imssible difference does that make?"  tista Bishop; inquired. "A great deal of  fifffference, sir," the man replied. "The  years afterward how he had accomplished the feat, but he did it inside  of one hour.  Edison went to the main offices,  where he was known as an expert operator, and called up Pittsburg, and  then told the Pittsburg man to call up  the best man in Albany, and direct  him to telegraph down the line toward New York, as far as he could,  and report back to Edison as soon as  possible. Inside of an hour Edison had  this tejegram:  "I can telegraph all right down to  within two miles of Poughkeepsie, and  there is trouble with the wire there."  Edison went back to the office of the  president, and gravely announced that  If a train should be sent to Poughkeepsie, with materials for the work,  they would find a break in the line  just two miles oh the other side of  Poughkeepsie, and could repair it that  afternoon.  They begged him to tell how he had  found it out, and he replied:  "By knowing more about telegraphing than all of you put together, as  Doctor Green has said."  They located the break, repaired it,  and Doctor Green took up Edison's  inventions; and that was Edison's  great start in life.  low churcblhey eats tlie mostr~aml-  the 'igh church they drinks the most,  sir l  In Fields Far Off.���������Dr. Thomas'  Ikiectric Oil is known in Australia,  Soutli and Central America as well as  ���������fta Canada and the United States, and  3te> consumption increases each year.  M las made its own way, and all that  -.meeds to be done is to keep its name  Ibfefore the public. Everyone knows  Vtol Jt is to be had at any store for  all merchants keep it.  ECloUN'o bfART.  High Collars Must Come Down.  The stiff high collars now affected  by both men and women who incline  to be dressy certainly make the wearers look uncomfortable, and a physician asserts in a recent number of The  Medical Mirror that they frequently  cause very serious pains and disorders. People are told that although  they may experience no discomfort  from this particular article of haberdashery the continual pressure of high  collars upon the nerves of the neck,  especially the pneumogastric, may be  followed by alarming symptoms. The  writer says:  "The effect of compression on structures in this locality was known to  the ancient writers on medicine, but  the phenomena observed were ascribed to the artery rather than the nerve.  For instance, it was noticed then, as  now, that pressure on this part of the  neck was followed by a sensation of  want of air, by deep and laborious  breathing, rapid heart primarily, to be  afterward retarded with sometimes  a sense of sinking over the precardial  region. Continuing the,pressure occasions a deep seated, benumbing sensation in the head, as if one. were  about to lose consciousness. Gastric  symptoms, amounting to nausea, etc.,  even' vomiting, may arise, with lassitude, languor, lowness of spirits and  .wanLof_mp.ose,_rjsm.ainin^  or two, then gradually wearing away."  Those persons whose occupations re:  quire frequent stooping, and bending of  the neck, the doctor believes, are exposed to Irritation from high and tight  collars. The pressure need not be direct upon the pneumogastric, but may  affect simply the smaller nerves of the  neck and still operate detrimental to  health.  A FIGURE TRICK.  M*" the   Wizard   Got   Honest   Consideration For His Inventions  Prom Telegraph President.  :Dc. iYorvin tireeu, for many years  prwwdout ot the .Western Union Tele-  ,Kp;it.g.i_ Company, onto said that but  to ui* ilumess of himself and' his assaults, Thomas A. Edison might  iWiMftx* have obtained the confidence  mil oiJ������jMjrt of the great corporation.  ���������JMUUoa hail boen trying i'or months to  Suduco tlie Qlliciuls to take up some ol  'Ma Inventions, .until thoy begun lo re*  ������������v-A hiui an a bore.  il������ went to the main office ono day,  ,m& was greeted by Dr. Norvln Green  ,%M the other officials with sneering  amiloa. Doctor Groen said, "Mr. Edt-  itwa wo aro unahlo to get Into com-  maoteatlon with Albany, aud a large  -'Amount of Important business Is Id  xjiiKiX I supposo' that since you know  movo about telegraphy than all of the  av.Ai ol' U3 combined, you can locate  tto difficulty."  Wlutthi'i' Edison noticed tho snoop  to������ tone or not, ho quietly answered,  *\ <mu locato ll lushlo of two, or three  -tour*, air."  1W. Urocn nnd tho others laughed  *������<;rtttlU, ono of thorn Buying, "Kdlson,  j'jiu huvo now fully dcmonsimtod that  j tin aro u crunk,"  EWlson novor smllod, nor addressed  n word to tlto speaker, but lookod at  JUoetor Oroon, und said, "If I locate  ibi* difficulty In two or threo hours  win yon tako up niy Inventions und  flv������ tiwrn honest consideration ?"  "Yen, I will," snld Doctor Green,  "and I will do it If you succeed In two  iteys."  U -was a very simple thing, nnd yot  Edison was tha only ono who hnd tho  comprehensive mind to think of it ln������  ttxmilv. Ha did not. j.oll. t.lmm for mojiv  DODD'S  KIDNEY  1^ .PILLS'- '  Vli,,.      . .-.  World's Longest Tunnel.  The Simplon is the longest tunnel in  the world and has been finished In the  face of tremendous difficulties, most of  which were entirely unexpected and  many of which presented new problems for engineers, says Deshler  Welch in the June Century. It extends  from Brleg, in Switzerland, to Iselle,  in Italy, the total length being a little  over twelve and one-fourth miles���������  21,570 yards, in fact. In comparison  with other great tunnels the following  table will be Interesting:  Miles.  The Simplon  ..12V*  St. Gotthard  9%  Mont  Cenls  7Vs  Arlherg    0%  Hoosac (U. S.)  A%  Severn    41-3  One That Is Very Simple But Which  Is Mystifying  Withal.  A trick in figures that is always  mystifying to those who are not acquainted with its secret is the five  line addition, Ask some one to put five  figures in a royr. Suppose that he puts  these five down, 21,968.  Then you will place on another  piece of paper these figures, 221,966,  but don't show this to any one as yet.  Ask some one else to plaice five figures  beneath the flrst five. Say he jots  down 31,780. Then you put down 68,-  219. Another in the party puts down,  lay, 22,774. You finish with 77225. The  sum with its answer as added will be:  21.9C8  31.780  68.219  22,774  77,225  221.966  Produce your paper, and show the  answer as you had made it after the  first five figures were set down. The  way to do the trick is: Place the figure 2 before the first of the five figures submitted and subtract 2 from  .the final figure. When two rows have  been submitted add to the second row  figures that will add up to 9, as in the  example:  31,780  68.219  VER FAILED  TO CURE PILES.  A TRULY REMARKABLE RECORD  MADE BY  DR. CHASE'S  OINTMENT.  There is no disputing the fact that  Dr. Chase's Ointment is the only actual and positive cure for piles that  has ever been offered for public sales.  Day after day tliere appear statements in the newspapers from persons who have been cured. Ask your  neighbors about this great ointment.  Mr. Joe Benson, Deerwood, Mtui.,  writes: 'I may say that for threo  years I suffered almost all the time  with blind itching piles. Sometimes  tliey were so bad that I could not  work nor even sit down on a chair. I  tried several remedies but got no relief. A friend of mine told me that he  had been cured by Dr. Chase's Ointment, so I got a box for 60-cents, but  it was well worth ten dollars for it  completely cured me. I cannot say  anything too good about this preparation."  I "It gives me very great pleasure to  recommend Dr. Chase's Ointment. I  was troubled with itching piles for  twenty years, and tried very many  medicines, all to no avail, until I used  Dr. Chase's Ointment. After the  fourth application the itching and  lumps disappeared as if. by... magic,  and I can say to anyone similarly afflicted that if they will try.Dr. Chase's  Ointment they will be cured. There  is no more certain cure and none so  easily applied."���������Mr. F. B. Langan,  Oliver, Colchester Co., N. S.  Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cents a  box, at all dealers, or Edmanson,  Bates & Company, Toronto. To protect you against immitatlons, the portrait and signature of Dr. W. A. Chase,  the famous receipt book author, aro  ion every box.  H\w  :'-?*tt!::  8un Spot Heat and Vegetation.  Camllle Flammurion writes on tho  Influence of sun spots on spring vegetation, For the last twenty years ho  has noticed the date on which the  chestnut troes in the Avenue do  l'Obsorvatolre have leaved and bloomed. From theso records ho shows that  there Is a remarkable correlation between tho sun spots nnd vegetation,  tending to show that the sun throws  out more heat when tho spots reach  their nnixtnium, thus confirming Abbe  Moroaux's theory that tho spots indicate tho period of tho greatest solar  activity. Abbo Moreaux writes on the  comparatively long duration of tho  next solar eclipse, on August 30, which  will bo especially noticeable In Canada.  Eaglet Mate But Once.  Tha married llfo of most birds could  bo taken for a model ovon by members  ot tho human family. Thoro is, for instance, the staid, dignified and homely  baldheaded eagle. Ho mates but once  and lives with his malo until he or sho  dies. If left a widower���������even a young  widower���������the baldheaded eagle never  mates again. He remains alone and  disconsolate la the nest on the rocky  cram or ln tho branches of a tall pine  that formed tits domicile wuuo Ui*  uittlo watt alius, Xo uihti female eagle  can tempt lilm to forsake his dlsconsolato Uio. With him, once a widower,  alwayi a widower.  99,999  Do the same thing with the fourth  and fifth rows. The answer will be invariably correct if care is taken.  How They  Stood  the  Shock.  An official report received at the  Board of Trade gives an interesting  insight into the fire insurance business conducted in Canada last year.  An abstract of the income, policies and  losses of the Canadian companies during last year is given as:���������Premiums  $3,932,264, an Increase of $684,045; total gross policies $253,074,666, increase  $36,568,676, and their losses were $2,-  619,633, an increase of $1,213,577. The  Canadian companies taken in alphabetical order did this business:-���������  Anglo American���������Premiums $428,381,  gross policies $28,733,601, losses $311,-  345.  British America���������Premiums $788,853,  gross policies $49,587,792, losses $527,-  380.  Canadian Fire���������Premiums $294,471,  gross policies $12,687,470, losses $156,-  010.  Equity    Fire���������Premiums      $216,202,  "grOJss~policies-$l-57010rH-7r-losses~$141,--  910.  London Mutual Fire ��������� Premiums  $543,952, gross policies $40,686,600,  losses $360,129.  Mercantile Fire���������Premiums $102,879,  gross policies $7,053,838, losses $114,-  110.  Montreal-Canada Fire ��������� Premiums  $171,465, gross policies $10,211,529,  \osses $94,736.  Ottawa Fire ��������� Premiums $239,325,  gross policies $14,624,500, losses $193,-  401.  Quebec Fire ��������� Premiums $135,635,  gross policies $9,272,947, losses $142,-  713.  Western���������Premiums $1,011,141, gross  policies $65,206,272, losses $575,339,  Japanese Spies.  Japan has endeavored to raise tho  business of espionage to the standing  of an honorable profession. It regards  its own spies with the same pride that  It feels for its soldiers. Every one remembers tho Incident of the Japanese  officers who, disguised as Chinese  were arrested in the early days of the  war when they were about to make an  attempt to blow up the bridge over tho  Sungarl river. The rank of tho senior  officer, says Douglas Story In "The  Campaign With Kuropatkin," was a  colonel,  Before they went out to stand  against the Russian platoon of infantry they specially bequeathed the monoy In their pockots to the uses of tbo  Russian Rod Cross.  To mark their appreciation of esplo-  nago as a distinct h\*anch of honorable  warfaro tho Japanoso did a curious  thing after tho battle- of Llaoyang.  They captured a Russian spy, dressed  as n Chinaman, and after shooting hlra  passed into the Russian linos a communication ln which thoy hallod him  as a brave man nnd expressed the hopo  that tho Russian troops hold many  othors such as ho.  Whon ono remembers tho execration with which spins have beon hailed by othor nationalities this eastern  exaltation of tho calling Is, to say the  least of it, curious,  IT MUST BE  WELL FOUNDED  STEADY GROWTH IN POPULARITY  OF  DODD'S  KIDNEY   PILLS.  Made by Cures Like That of Simon V.  Landry���������He Tells About it Himself.  River Bourgols, Richmond Co., C. B.  ���������July 10.���������(Special).���������Among the  many men in this part of Canada  whom Dodd's Kidney Pills have relieved of aches and pains and weakness and made strong and able to do  a good day's work is Mr. Simon V.  Landry. Mr. Landry has numerous  friends here who can vouch for the  story he tells of his cure.  "I was bothered for over a year,"  he says, "with lame back, weak legs,  palpitation of the heart, general weakness and shortness of breath; in fact  I could not work and was a total  -wreck-!���������������������������- _!___-__ ____  "I could not get anything' to help  me till I tried Dodd's Kidney Pills.  But they did me good and no mistake.  I used three boxes and I'm back at  work again."  It Is the cures they make that make  Dodd's Kidney Pills so popular. Their  popularity has grown steadily for  thirteen years. It must be well founded.    ,  "Gerald, what makes your eyes so  red?" "Are they red, Millie? Then  It must be because I didn't sleep well  last night." "Are you troubled with  Insomnia? You ought to take something to cure it." "But I don't want  to be cured of it. I lie awake thinking of you." It was plain sailing for  Gerald after that.  He���������You say women ought to have  the suffrage; but I doubt if you would  know how to vote if you had the  chance. She���������I would, too. I'd know  which man tb vote for by the looks of  him. He���������But you probably wouldn't  see any of the candidates. She���������Men  who are ashamed to show themselves  are not worth voting for, so I shouldn't  vote for anybody. He���������That's what I  thought likely. However, I don't  know, after all, that that wouldn't be  the wisest course.  If attacked with cholera or summer-  complaint of any kind send .at once  for a bottle of Dr. J. D. ."Kettogg's Dys-  entery Cordial and use1 it according to  directions. .It-acts with wonderful rapidity in subduing that dreadful disease that weakens the strongest man  and destroys the young and delicate.  Those who have used this cholera  medicine say it" acts promptly, and  never fails to effect a thorough cure.  { The Klteben Floor,  The best covering for a kitchen floor  li oilcloth or linoleum. Tbli covering  ibonld not he icruhbod with a brush  or * heavy mop, They wear the cloth.  Sponge clean with soap and water and  a coarse carriage spouse. Soap costs  money, and water In cheap, but the  dingy iippt'iininin uf iiniuy kitchen  floors cornea from the uso of black,  flirty water. When the water becomes  clouded It la dirty and should be thrown  out A floor can't bv cleaned wltb  muddy water,  Deafness Cannot be Cured  by lwiol nppllontlonn, n������ they cannot reiwh the dl������-  ���������Mod portion of tho enr. Thoro la only ono wny to  our*i <l������AfneM,nnd thnt In by ooiiRtltutional rnmoiilen,  DemfnetM U rnunftri by nn Inflamed condition of tht  mncouff llninx ot tho EuHtftuJliai* Tubu. Wliuii thli  tubo Ih Inflnmml you hnvo n rumlillnii iciund, or Imported hoiirlnu, nnd whon it In ontlroiy olonod Donf-  num Ih thw result, nnd union* th������ Intlnmmntlon onn  be taken ont nnd thit tubu reHtorod to lu normnl rot*.  dltion. henrlng will lio do'troywt fftwvon nine piwhi  out ofton nro (inimoij by Outnrrh, wbiuli In nothing  but nn Influntad condition of thu mueoi*** aurfnuen.  rut will Klvu Ouo Hundred Uallnr* for nny onne of  PenfnejiH icnucod by oiitiirrh) thnt otiiinot bo curod by  Hall'i Ontnrrn Ouro Mend for glrmilnm, froo.  ^   F. J. CHENEY I 00.,To!edo, 0  Hold by DruiHiUtH, iBo,  Tako Uafi'i Family IM1U for aomtlpatlon,  Among tho visitors at an art exhibition were two old ladles from the  country, Thoy wero examining with  groat Interest a bas-relief of a young  Greek shepherd, beneath which wero  lnscrlbd th words, "Bxocutod in terra  *ottn. "I wonder where Terra Cotta  Is," ventured tho older of tho two,  turning to her companion, "Woll,  now, I ought to know," hesitated tho  othor, "but 1 enn't seem to place It  just now." "Ah, woll," rejotned tho  first spoakor, ns thoy passed on, "It  must bo a dreadful placo If they ox-  ocuto harmless young boys llko that  thoro."  "Now, grandpa, tell us again about^  the_aar.S-y.Qji_were_ln.   Did you get_  that scar fighting against the Filipinos, or was it in Cuba, when   you  charged against the Spaniards?" "No,  best beloved, I  camel through both1  the Cuban and Philippine campaigns  without a scratch.     I   was    strikebreaking in Chicago when I got this  mark.   I tell you that was the real  thing when you talk about war."  SICKLY CHILDREN  More children die during the hot  weather months than at any other  season of the year. Their vitality ls  then at its lowest ebb, and an attack  of diarrhoea, cholera infantum or  stomach trouble may prove fatal In a  few hours. Por this reason no homo  in which there are young children  should bo without a box of Baby's  Own Tablets, which promptly cure all  stomach and bowel troubles. If tho  Tablets are given to a well child  thoy will prevent these ailments and  keep the little one well and strong,  Mrs. Joseph T, Pigeon, Brysbn, Que.,  says: "My little one was attacked  with colic and dlarrhoeR, and I found  Baby's Own Tablets so satisfactory  that I would not now he without thorn  ln the houso." Theso Tablets not only'  cure sumraor troubles, hut* all tho  minor aliments that afflict Infants and  yoiing children. Thoy contain no opiate or harmful drug, and may ba  given with equal Bafety to Uio new  born baby or woll grown child. Thero  are Imitations of this modiclno and  mothers should soo that the words  "Baby's Own TubMs" and the four-  leaf clover with child's head on each  loaf ls found on tho wrappor around  each box. As you value your child's  llfo do not bo porsuadod to take n  substitute for Baby's Own Tablots���������  the ono mediclno that makes children  woll and keeps thorn woll. Sold by all  druggists, or you can got them by  mail at 25 cents a box by writing tho  Df William's Modlclne Co., Brook-  Tllle, Ont, _,  Free Gifts of Toilet Soaps  Use SUNLIGHT SOAP and SAVE, THE COUPONS.  The Coupons are the game ta cash because they can be exchanged for Toilet  Soaps for which you have to pay out money evtry week.  Users of SUNLIGHT auJ CHEERFUL SOAPS can ge������ tbelr TOTT.F.T  SOAPS for nothing.  Ask your grocer for particulars or write us for Premium List  A gift is of little value if it consists of sooethlng you have no une for.  In exchange for Sunlight Soap Coupons you can get something you need and  me every day.  mmmmmmml���������m~U j^  LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. TORONTO, CANADA. I don't see any wrong In it!" I announced stoutly.  Esther laughed.  There had been a time when Esther's  laughter was a privileged sight as well  as sympathy. Dimples played hide and  seek around her challenging mouth, but  the very birthplace of laughter lay in  her eyes, cerulean and black lashed.  Now I was troubled over Esther's  laugh. It began and ended with her  little mouth and never reached to her  eyes at all.  "If I owned something," I continued,  "and while I was away some one took  it, whether by mistake, not knowing it  belonged to me, or by intention,  shouldn't I have a right to take it away  from him?"  "Oh, sophistry, thy name-la Jack!  How came you to own me?" Esther  queried gently.  "By right of discovery," I answered  promptly. "Years and years ago"���������  "Not so many," murmured Esther.  "Well, the day that you walked shyly  Into the schoolroom and the teacher  gave you a desk next to mine and without once glancing my way you went to  reading in your little book,"  "And you naughtily Interrupted my  diligent study by smuggling over to me  a white candy, which flaunted crimson-  ly on its somewhat sticky surface the  Impudent question, 'Will you be  mine?'"  '  "What did you do with the candy?" I  asked eagerly.  Esther toyed with the diamond on  her third finger���������maledictions on Its  bold glitter.    V  "I ate it," she acknowledged.  "You darling!" I exclaimed. "Of  course you ate it, and by that sign and  symbol you became mine that minute,  and you are mine now. Esther, take off  that ring."  "Jack," she saifl gravely, "you are  ���������letting-your-fancy-run-away-witii-your.  'HOOD MOltNINO, rVTtQTL"  good sense. Wo woro children then. If  wo had grown up togother It might  havo boon dlfforeut, but your path lay  In tho east, whllo mlno led mo west,  whoro I mot Judgo Wells. 1 had forgotten you"���������  "Esthorl" I protested,  ���������'Had forgotton you," sbo repeated,  though a flush belled hor words. "So  iwhou Judge Wells did mo the honor,  tho vory great honor, Jack, to usk  mo to marry bim, I consented. If you  bad stayed ln tho oust, whoro you belonged, all would huvu been well, but  you must como out horo and mako  wo miserable!" Slio turned suddenly  toward tho window, und hor littlo hum!  mado a quick movo toward her eyes.  "Esthor, doar, it woro bottor that  you aro inlscrablo uow for a llttlo time,  better tlmt I cumo boforo your mar-  rlago than afterward. It Isn't too late  to rectify matters now, door."  "It Is too late," sho insisted, "and 1  ' * tl    f'.    f^Vf    fn%.''%t%(t  t������u. uu. )vm   u������..������..     li ������~ I.j,...   i *. r  -...*.  lo iijssvry 2\sdge Well*, or it wouldn't  havo happened so.   If you wero tho  right one, why didn't you como sooner?"  "EsUtor, you are a fatalist"  bnt J most do right. I have promised to marry Judgo Wolls"���������  "It Isn't right for you to glvo yourself to bim when orery time you see  bim you wish it woro somo one else.  iWhen yon shrink from his highly respectable kisses"���������  Esther turned nhnrply toward me.  "What right have you to say-bow  do you know I do-that r  Poor little innocent darU&it  *I know yon love me," I answered  gloomily.  Gather nolthw donleti nor tmtwnted.  tme stood ������������������������������ oUH end. looked out  the window. I left riiy chair and went  over to her.  "Little girl, you won't be happy. I  should say it even if I didn't want you  so badly myself. Judge Wells is immaculate in appearance, manners,  moral3, but he is not sympathetic. He  never palliates an offense in his legal  work nor overlooks an indiscretion In  his private life.   He"-  "I think you misjudge bim, but any?  way it isn't a question of my own  happiness.    I   settled   all   that  since  you came, but I can make htm happy,  and I promised, and I wilL Oh, Jack,  .i juu v/oti i &o away, lei s go oui iu  tlie air!   I'm stifling."  I brought her garden hat, all wreathed with flowers the color of her dear  eyes, and we went out We went  down the walk into the dusty highway. We ascended a hill and stood  at the top, watching some boys coasting down the other side. They sat In  their wagons���������they had two roped tandems���������and, with their feet upon the  axle to guide their coarse, they steered  swiftly and noisily down the slope.  "We used to coast on sleds down  snow covered hills, Esther," I remarked. Then an object in the distance  caught my eye. I was properly thank-  tui just men that Esther's pretty eyes  were a trifle nearsighted. The boys  were dragging their wagons slowly toward us.  "Esther, let's hire the wagons and  coast down the hill���������just once, for the  happy old times' sake."  She laughed nervously.  "How absurd, Jack!   Suppose somebody saw ns?"  "It's a small request when you deny  me happiness," I whispered.  She was silent so I made the bargain with the grinning boys. With  some weak protesting from Esther, I  assisted her into the back wagon and  took my place in the front  "Not a great amount of room, but we  can't always have everything just to  suit us," I remarked cheerfully, putting my feet on the nxlo and taking  the wagon tongue In my hands.  With considerable advice from the  officious owners, we .were off. Faster  and faster we sped, dodging rocks,  running perilously near a live oak tree  and drawing up on the little wooden  bridge into the dignified presence of  ..Judge Wells.  ~^"Wo"dHrTOWnininndge;"-I-said-jaun^  tlly. "Great.sport, this California coasting.   Do you ever indulge?"  But the judge took no notice of me.  His horrified gaze was upon Esther,  his affianced wife, curled ungracefully  ������n the trailer, her hat gone, her yellow  hair rippling over her shoulders, and  her laugh ringing out like a reckless  child's.  Tbe judge openert his mouth, and his  words rasped as the filing of a saw:  "Miss Graham, I wish to consider  our engagement as if it had never existed. I must deny myself the pleasure of being the llfo companion of a  ���������um���������holden!"  With stately stride tho iudge ascended the bill. The boys had overtaken  us. I paid tbem, and they ran, shouting, away. Then I turned, not without  some misgivings, toward Esther. Sho  was crouched on a rock at tho end of  the brldgo, her yellow hair covering  her as with a mantle, hor shoulders  shaking ominously. Was It with grief  or laughtor? I advanced���������retreated���������  advanced.  Then sho spoko:  "Jack, dear, aro you sure you paid  thoso precious boys enough?"  And, looking at her, I was contont,  for the laughter that played around  ber challenging mouth had also returned to hor pretty eyos.   ���������  |  Sell Protootlna Plants.  Plants protect themselves much the  samo as Insects. Ono of tho uses of  tho movemonts of tho sensitive plant ls  to frighten uniuiuls. A venturesome,  browsing croaturo coming near It Is  afraid to touch a plant which so evidently is occupied by spirits. Tbe  squirting cucumber of tho Mediterranean alarms goats and cattlo by discharging its rlpo fruits explosively in  thoir faces tho moment tbe stem is  touched. The cuouiabors contain a  pungent juice, which discharges itsolf  into tbo eye of Its opponent, and tho  smarting sensation which rosults Is hard  to boar. Tho dainty grass of Parntwaus  Is beautiful, but dishonest. It Is a bog  horb, bas glossy green leaves and puro  wblto blossoms and Is supposed to be  tho poot's flower. Its milk whlto flow-  crB are lovoly, yet they are dooelvera.  Tbo drops of honoy which bees and insects fancy they boo Inside tbo petals  aro solid, glassy imitations of honey,  WUi-Jh tool uiu inx-a, \%h*i,u a������v <���������������-.-! ������������  ill* xvuf &at llicy uiuy carry off tho  pollen to other blossoms and are hold  fast until they die.  MISS EDITH J. GRISWOLD.  A Keir York Woman Who  Makes a  Specialty ot Patent Lair.  Miss Edith J. Griswold of Kew York  ls one of the exceptional women. Miss  Griswold was a member of the international jury of awards for the department of machinery at the Louisiana  Purchase exposition, St. Lotrfs, with  distinguished credit to herself and her  profession. Miss Griswold was the  only woman member of this board of  jurors, which included some world famous mechanical experts. She is a  member of the bar, practices law, but  makes a specialty of patent Jaw; is a  When it ls all stitcnea pull tne loose  threads underneath, drawing the material up until it is as full as you  want it  Then fasten both ends of your  threads, and your shirring is done, only  about ten minutes having been needed  instead of an hour or two.  , But don't try it on delicate stuffs  ���������the stitching is sure to show.  *>tO  RECORDS LONDON HOL.O&,  A Mother's Obligation*.  The mother can do much to Influence  the appearance and the mental and  moral status of U& unborn. ThisJo**  _*������n provea over and over again.  The  prospective mother should think beautiful thoughts, should surround herself with lovely pictures. Her heart  should warm with gladness and joyful  anticipations. To indulge in anger,  grief, fear, anxiety, to treasure rebellious thoughts against existing conditions, is to rob the coming child of a  proper birthright and is a form of  selfishness whose record will be written upon a human being. Often tbe  physique shows these prenatal impressions 1n plainness of feature, lack of  vitality er, bidden deeper la the recesses et the brain, of eootrtrt /%a>  pulses and thoughts, which will develop with the growth of the child, to  bring sorrow and reproach upon the  parents later ln life.���������Delineator.  MISS EDITH J. GMSWOIiD.  patent expert and is one of two women  lawyers who make patents a specialty.  She has a very marked mechanical  bent and has given much time to the  -stod*y-of^eleeWcit7,^eL_p.ateAt_5ZSS^.  being especially along this line. Miss  Griswold is a delightfully feminine woman, dainty, soft voiced and gentle,  who has had the usual woman's battle with a not overstrong constitution,  but has built up her health by persistent outdoor life. Because sbe is a woman she bas had harder work in gaining her; present high place on account  of useless obstacles of prejudice overcome, Obstacles which,a man of equal  ability would not even havo had to consider, but she is now reaping the results of her hard work, and today Miss  Griswold is recognized as a leader ln  her lino of work. She is vice president  of the Women Lawyers' club of New  York.*-AmerIcan Queen.  ,   Cooking Utenalls.  Housewives, take counsel from your  English and French sisters! Do your  cooking with earthenware mixers and  in earthenware dishes and keep your  staple cooking materials in earthenware jars. They can be kept spotlessly clean, and ingredients are much  more palatably blended when cooked  in their thick walls, the cooking process continuing after a dish is removed  from the fire. Crockery, not being  able to withstand the direct blaze, can  never be of unlimited service in the  kitchen, but lt is decreed by foreign  housewives who have used it for years  to be'by far the most satisfactory kind  of utensil ln every other way.���������Wash-11  ington Star.  A. Nursery Portiere.  For a nursery portiere nothing is  prettier than burlaps in one of the artistic tones of blue or brown or whatever color matches the room, with a  ���������border-of-English-tapestry-illustrating  nursery rhymes. * Strips of tiese tapestries fifty inches wide cost 90 cents.  They are delightful in color and design, and the choice of subjects is ample. . One may have a procession of  goose girls driving their flocks through  lovely meadows to an unseen brook, a  windy garden with maids hanging out  clothes and several others as dear to  memory or as exciting to the imagination. The strips may be used for wall  decorations also.  Hole* For tbe Maid,  Tbo rule of "a placo for everything  and everything In Its place" must be  enforced. Tho^ maid must keep her  kitchen cupboards ln as good order as  ber china closets, and if she does in a  little whllo she will becomo so familiar  with tho location of each utensil and  each piece of china or gloss that Bhe  could find lt ln tho dark, Thero should  bo no liberty allowed of keeping a  thing In ono place at ono tlmo and In  another somo other tlmo. This may  Beam a trlflo, but all theso .trifles do  thoir part ln creating an orderly and  systematic bablt of mind. Do not permit tho maid to leave tho dishes standing around after thoy havo been  washed, but toacb her that it la as essential to put theso away as soon as  thoy aro cloan as It is for her to wash  tier dish towels and hang them out to  dry onco a day.  Try to cultivate system in your maid  in othor ways. Impress it upon hor  tbat sho must let you know as soon a*  tbo supply of any artlclo ls exhausted  and not wait until there is noed for it  again before sbo discloses to you tho  fact that It ls wanted. To help her In  this hang ln your kitchen a small pad  of papor and a pencil and Instruct hor  tbat as soon as sbo uses tho last of any  provision sbo Is to wrlto tho namo of  this on tlio slip tliat It may servo as a  memorandum when you go to market  If your maid's memory ls poor, oo*  courago her to mako notes of tho Items  of tho work sho has to porform. In a  way this may not develop ber memory  *<* -w-oH n<% eX-itmlnt* hor mind with the  rWnil*, hut there are many of ns whoso  remembrances need a crutch now and  then.-llarpor's Bazar.  Railing ������ Girl the Wrong Way.  An Atchison girl of fifteen gets up ln  the morning, eats breakfast which her  mother has prepared, goes upstairs and  takes care of her room and then goes  downtown, sometimes taking two  hours, to buy a spool ot thread, She  eats dinner which her mother has prepared, wears clothes ber mother has  made, spends tho afternoon reading  story books or gadding with her  friends, eats supper her mother has  prepared and spendB tho evening with  her girl friends. Sho has dono nothing  wicked all day, and hor mother is satisfied Cant sbo is bringing hor up right  But ls she?���������Atchison Globe,  Tablo Deooratlonf.  High floral ornamentations on the  dlnnor table aro neither fashionable   ehea'p'tralns and  nor desirable.  Tboy obstruct the view  and mako convocation difficult   Tho|  choice of flowore for tho centerpiece |  may be limited to tho rosourcos of tho;  hostoss.    Flowors,  foliage or berries  that aro in season are tn good tasto, J  care bolng taken ln selecting flowers |  to havo ono prevailing color.   Bios-'  soms with a heavy fragranco should  bo avoided, as the porfumo Is oppress-1  ive.   If flowore cannot be easily obtained a jar of growing ferns, not too  tall, ls Tory satisfactory.  Queer Statistics    About   the    Wor������%  Biggest City���������������4,000,000 a Yew  Lost Through Smoko.  Heavy rainbursts mean a tremendous  loss , to London. For instance, th*  damage done in a 25 minutes' tempesS  to ladies' dresses alone has been ������*-  sessed by experts at ������12,000.  In the case of men's attire the darn?  age caused by tempests haa been assessed at five figures. The amount ot  damage done to men's hats by the mu-S  of London i3 also an extremely heavy  item.  The loss from injury done by London's smoke to paint, decorations,  hangings, carpets and clothes haa been  estimated > by Sir Charles Cookson.  Taking all these items into consider*--  tlbn, in addition to the cost ot extern  washing and cleaning, he states that tfc*  sum amounts annually to ������ 4,500,00*.  Again, the amount of money spent co-  soap due to the hard condition ot the  London water is also an immense one.  Soap makers have reason to be thank*  ful that London does not use soft, moorland water.  Then, take tho quantity of watea  used for extinguishing fires In the  County of London. According to an  official return issued by the London  Fire Brigade, it amounts to some 27,-  000,000 gallons a year. This gigantla  quantity of water weighs somewhere  about 120,536 tons.  The actual amount of damage dona  by flre in London is incalculable. In a  statement issued by the offlclals of the  London Fire Brigade, it was stated  that in the year 3,574 fires occurred In  London.  London suffers tremendously from  the roads always being "up." For instance, take the case of the disturbance  to traffic caused by a single private  company, the Gas Light and Colg������  Company. In evidence before tha  Tariff Commission, it was stated that  in one year the company pulled.up the  streets in 21,273 places.  London, and especially one part ol  London, suffers very greatly from tha  depredations of rats. The sanitary authorities in the Port of London are  continually waging war against rata.  These rats are destroyed and their  bodies burnt in ships' furnaces at tha  London docks. During a recent period  of six months* alone the rodents' death  roll reached no less a total than 238,531-  Dr. Robert Jones, the resident Physician and superintendent to the London County Asylum at Claybury, has  jnade the statement that London is re-  "6ponfl'BlI"foF"fKe~pfroTOtIOff'i5f*5vSr70~  insane persons per week.  It seems that the insanity is duo, not  so much to overwork as to worry and  anxiety. Alcohol is'the cause of at  least a fifth of all Insanity occurring in  the malo of London and more than halt  tho proportion in women.  The leading family in London is tha  Smith family. If the number of men  bearing familiar names were counted in  the new issue of the London directory  It would be seen that tho Smiths head:  tho poll with a very large majority, as  they are responsible for about 1,500 entries. Next comes the Jones family,  with 950, followed by the Browns with  700, and tho Robinsons with only half  that number.  The City of London Itself is only of  small area, tho total being 638 acres.  Thl's area contains 48% miles of streets  and has a rateable valuo of practically  ������5,000,000. This Is one-eighth of the  rateablo value of Greater London.  Every day 100,000 vehicles and 1,250,-  000 people go into tho city, but at night  the tldo ebbs back and lesiveB only a  paltry village population of 20,923. Tho  population during tho day is estimated  at 300,000.  In a single day MS,000 people use tht  crossing in fi%nt of tho Mansion Houso,  without counting 60,000 peoplo who  pass through tho subway beneath the  street.  Evory working day before half-past  ten moro than 87 workmen's trains, III  3C5 ordinary   trains  itedr Year Appearanoe.  The girl or woman who doos not  make some llttlo study of her appear-  anco or wbo neglects tho little nicotics  of dress, ovon though sho Is no fashion  devotee, is not doing bor duty In that  state of lifo to which it has pleased  Providence to coll her. Bolng busy is  no excuio. Tbe vory be������ loltors some-  times io tho honey cup ot somo flower  to preen bis volvot suit and adjust the  ..  * * i... ���������.<..,..,  Da not cot the eyelashes. An eyelash  is a pointed batr. Wuuu it ban -Wub cut j  it will never again become pointed. AU  lashes fall out after a time, aad their  places are taken by new ones.  Oa Imtftf day when space oo tbe  range top is valuable aad It la also  desirable to keep tha tap clean, chops  or Hamburg steak cu ba baked la Um  oven. .  Bread ti set indtipenstrWe ta taJUte fff* *��������������� ������������> **��������� "���������J1"*  a tttrffing. Potatoes, rice, from and  cheetnete answer the purpoee as well  aad eomeUoMa ma buttef.  r .������������'->���������*  llow to Ibirr toy Maebtee,  With "'<!rrlTij������ nrvriprlnr? nr������ Imrwr-  ttint a position a* It docs at present on  dresses and blouses and clothes of every description, a way to do It by machine ts worth knowing. Of course it  will never tako tho place of hand work  -nothing could. But at least it ls a  fairly good substitute for many things.  Oirdl-wi (nnd so many of tbera require  row after row of shirring) and even  drees yokes and cuffs are especially  Bfunfcarfnv In Brief.  Soak the finger tips in hot water,  Dry tbem and soak in almond oil.  T'uHh back tbo skin wltb the orange  '      .... Bl    (.  ���������,.-.,., ���������..-*   ,, .,,1  llWU UUV.I.I      4Ufi>*.   UM  *..������...��������� J    ������'���������������������������������  shape the nails tho precise shapo of the  ends of tlio lingers; polish with a good  brisk nail powdor. This is briefly all,  though there are many dainty touches  to bo added.       014 Velvetee*  Old plpces of velveteen should after  they havo served thoir original purpose  be saved for polishing cloths. Tbey  will answer the purpose of wssb leather for plate cleaning, etc., perfectly  run into Central London. In fact, mora  than 600,000 peoplo arrive In Central  London by that hour.  There is ono houso In London which  rakos in over ������2,000,000 sterling every  woek. Thit* ls Somerset House- and  the Inland Revenue Department may  well be cnllrd tho gold field ef the  Strand. However, the burgling profos*  Blon avoid Somersot House. Although  tho clerks of tho Hank of England call  onco evory 24 hours, they Invariably do  so In broad daylight and tako away the  monoy In fotir-wlioolert-,  In addition to thi.i precaution, 8om������  ersot Houso hn������ itu own staft of pellce.  The staff conMxtH of old polio* pew-don-  era and army and navy mon.   At night  , tho private polico patrol with lanterns.  I Then, London has the btggnit flag*  staff In the world. Tho flagstaff upon  which tht Union Jack floats above the  Houses of Parliament ts ths highest en  any tower in tii* world. In ordor to get  to it one has to ascend th* long seml*  ; circular stairway in <>xlHt<>nc*,  I Again, the groat archway guarding  tho entrance to the   Houso of Par!la-  i ment is tho third hl*hMt in tha world.  j Tho carpet in ttm iloyai ualUry Is tbe  It Is all a trick of the tension. Loot-'  tn the lower tension, leavlog the upper   lw| tt������6 buying anything freeh. Wash < norp^t^  tight, end stitch yonr rows tiaelly aa f tD# r-������)y9ti*D ekrtba as often as oaedod i tury civilisation ringing Ui some pretty  tf toil were dolna ftlaio  ������tit.Mii������-������ j jgjupf water aad hat>������ ������������������������** **���������       cutlous ������jiwi������i������mi  Man'* Vnnlly.  Thero is no exaggerated nnd hnre-  fnc������������l compliment it mun will not swal-  '   ...    ...      in.-   ���������������������������   u   1...   .���������.,..,���������*.,*   tin  ht.   n  . -   '     r> * *..���������'. .        ,  woman. And IiIh coniplaeetu'y under  the procoss of swiillowluj? is H-jtmrthlug  delicious to wltinw*.  ���������������*������������������"*��������� ���������i��������� mm-w ���������' ��������� ������inmia-a������"*���������  Th* Ago of Imitation*.  Imitation cntt hi fi-<*m ph\o wood Is,  ilt*<'nr<titix tn 'I'u. .-.,.;.'.iii. Au.'*. .in,  the Intent Iiuiu* rial ln!,..vittlon, and It  lh i-ai.l I.. U .i ..'.;. r. :��������� li*-lta"l'.-:i of  rotton too H'hJ������S<.> fr.'iu sawdust,  wllkn fr*������rn r"buvb*. l������utt������*r from cocoa-  milu, lirend limit- frum dried banana*  funl liufhtiak fr.'tn tho underlain ot  -hut |*n'������  thin twi'titloth c<m- ���������QKEJ/A2SI D-  CORNER   STORE.  ..'J-i.3 .-.n.-*ss,**:  Saturday, SepfvJ6th.  &&t*^&**&ththjA>^  |      DIAMOND    RING f  |! "VALU'S*. S7SOO !|  I v    GIVEN   AWAY Ir  <?.* On CHRISTMAS.   One chance for every DOLLAR, Gash *  <&}   Purchase, from Sept   tSfh. ' ^  q\ ���������King now   Oa   view afc my stor������.��������� >?  ^ :   Dp riot miss  seeing the new   Goods.  ������**? Advertisers who want their ad  changed, should {jet copy in by  9 a.m. day before issup.  The Editor will not be responsible for the  views, sentiments, or any errors of composition of letter correspondents.  "   COl. B. Hiibcrsbri. fl&igr-.'  Job Work Strictly C. 0. D.  Transient Ads C-e.sh in Advance.  *'���������' ISSUED %VERY WEDNESDAY.      ,  Subscription............$S.ooa year  ���������BI -AIJiEffiYiilGTSETQ WH  Most people, who come to Cumberland, either as transient yh-itors  or with intentions of remaining and  becoming permanent residents, too  pften become disgusted with theun  attractive appearance of the town,  Vhjcji feeling actuates intending  stayers to pack np and leave as eoon  as pos**sjble. fieiiig in an iBolatepl  ,pondiiion,dey.pid of iho usual sources  of amusement, being 9w,$y from the  eea, which so often proves an at-  fraction when everything else fails,  a town liko Cumboilanc} must de-  pencl largely on social condition***  and artificial improvements to create the leaBt desire in people from  more happily situated places, to remain.   If proper recreation giuundf,  were made, neat and attractive cot-  *i ....   ,,,    <'   . >     ...  tages erected, and tjie homo yards  of residences improved by gardonw,  neat fences and Inv/ns, there would  be soma encourngemont for 'in in  flux of population, There are pow  a few such' places in town, -but it is  regrotiibie that the majority of pro-  rnUya isre wo'.-fully dflftcient in any  outward sigiifj of neatfiWHiuid beauty- People wbf) now .youId like to  pottle in the town aro deterred by  thflgp reason*, and by the mure vital  one of the lack of vacant* hutmes.Tlie  last few families who fcojae to town  pavo beon foieod to livo in mont un-  luitn^leand v'nconvenier.1 uuaiun-s.  Apropos of the flilljiiiilly inciting  houses, the Mayor and majority of  the Qoupcil woro lately kind enough  to Rrant leavo to a citizen who was  forced to move, pr-rmiHsion to temporarily rent tlie hall for adwo)ling  uiitU a houco should becomo vacant,  ty-'waa perfectly iu order that ibis  B,h<\u\d hedjCuc, at; thin Hull \vu������  arranged an a lmi'iiionH venture,  -j������j >**j .<���������������....���������..,. .., .,���������;.,;���������c;*:.l .:;  tne premieflB and tbey are upon to  any hire of a rer'.in'ctalilc nature,  and if it is wrong t<,* .cut .)l(. p)u.(.  as a house   (in   ,;>ni  if   prw-mc  nOCCAttily OWii;' in   .���������ft',,\yiji r.-.J.u J  the*; iti ��������� iv- ' ;''*��������� ��������������������������� ,'   ' ��������� i ���������.������������������ *.j ���������������������������-<-  tor money nrnkut'  vr  strict oppoaiii in iu ., p. i,,;  lure off Iih   kind   ''Sn.li  i.'    iu  J     Vt;l|  .r.iu-ip;*)  fhollitl    hf. di������'������:OI!liH '0;'\0, .1       ;*..,.!  of fii.-iui'til, by the t')U.,v.. ilui  noHvith������tHN(I������nf{all tlii-. t-omo tie-  _o.**soi the tri <u.U of Vuhh  ILipv  and Charity so soon as theMiyor's  action in the cape became known,  indited a certain scurdlous  screed in the form of a nonce, with  lhe forged names of the Mayor and  City Clerk appended, and posted  the same on tlie door of the Hall.  That anyone claiming the leant  pretence to decency would dtcend  to a foulness so hw��������� moreeepedaliy  a woman, who with two young-men  .accomplices issu.-peci.ed of thrt work  -:���������is hard to credit in any Anglo  Saxon Community, and it id  to be  TJoped'Tl-TaP^ m a y  glean  enough evidence  to co.ivicfc  tne suepected  put lies Of������������������> forgery.  Special values io Blankets afc lhe  Big Store.  The publishers of the'.Enterprise  were forced to acknowledge that  they were the contemptible authoiB  of a hoguH letter, and were also  forced tp apologise or let the law  take its course. Que of thei-e mon  is kept on tho leaching staff through  the influence of Carey tho tail-.r  and trustee. He thinks to li11lo of  the moral induce? of a WavIwv  over children Unit he considers  Bates quito good enough to ooucato  our youth. What an example to  pur children.  Telegraphic     News  Pari*, 8fh���������Mo^'pfico hnn acceded  to Franco's cbmmijds and has released the French prisoner and  agreed to pay tho indemnity.  St Petersburg, 3th���������Admiral  Nubogutul'f and the captains of  bmtli-fhipH Nicoli, Admiral' Soni-  zan und .(Jcnerrfl Apruxiue which  siirrondorud to .lapti*ii-i<e huve been  diymlflHod nnd ilisyrucod.  Home, Oth--An n-irth-pialto of  awful violence has unpen ivd in  fouther-i Italy six Jitimlmi per-  hods bavo been kill. cJ and wounding over nix hundrtxl- Neaneo;< of  iudio-cribtthla I error eio-mi. \\;o-  men arose from their sleep Hcream  ing with fear, naked,earning tJn-ir  babies oui ling for tho Baints to help  tiii'in. i;o/,en������ 0! v.Uj������'<oh have  bron entirely ruined w'n)i pma  hiffOt life. The j.rifonoM grow  nntiiiou* througli four |,ut ,u.������ r(l.  '���������it V" i i ��������� i.-1  Tlio ancient en*tor on the I,*l:,,���������l  of Slromlmii   u   again   i.u'n'e   iii  ! eruption llir,.\vi���������g   uUl   j,,Vil   a,(1,  |   lUlMlC-  Illld  li.,:   Jupi.UJ.-jj,     ',���������    fl,,,.  II,  .  '������������������|Ui-.������e in - '*u-.- arc m.iijv   (i t������-a ������t i. t  liian ',i.  nnw i,  ���������V i   e"   .<>������������������;��������� Cf   .i.������.i.  <-11. 11111 .''. Oi i  ���������'(......  '"���������lli'e -'    ' ���������'': ���������    i  ,*,     .. '.1     .*������������������(      ,��������� .,,,  One of the   b-.-.s..     i..oyYs  Boots sold in Canada.  Boy'.) s.nd Youth's rex chrome leather  I bouts for wet weaUier wear.    They are  .l)solut������ly water tightj made o^er a  fit  i orm hist and h uvc a sole that will wear  |j iike iron.  ������        Youth's sizes. 10'sto 13's.  Boy's sii-ps, l's to 5'a,  iVlanu.facturecJ By  |j, ijiliLliliiJ,   Uii, iilU.fi  I   VANCOUVER B.C.  Royal.Household  Flour  $6.50 per barrel $1.65 per sack.  At   the   Big Store,  New Goods   constantly  arriving  at Napier* & Partridge.  l~***'--3CX-_>|-fcMl___**-_rJ_*������^^ .u.1 jix.  IN THB WUNTY COURT OF NAtfArMO  In the niattci- of John.. Peroni dcoeasod  and in tho matter of the "Official Admi**ri-  Btratore' Act,", dated 23rd Anausfc 1905.  1Tpon reading tlmjulfidavit of Win. Wt'a-  lay VViJlard and the death carti/kuto of tha  deceased Johii ffroiii.  IT IS OllDERED that Wm. Wesley  Wiilard, Official Administrator for part of  tho County Court District of Nanaimo Bhall  be Administrator of all aud singular, the  goods, chattels aud credits of John Feroui,  decs iHf-d iuteetatc, and thai: this Ordor ia  publiahoil in tlio CuMiiratr-vNi) Ni;y;.s newa-  paper for one issue,  (Signed)    JS. Harrison, Co, Ct. J.  O. H.   Ileevor Potts  Cuiiiberlaud B. C.  Solioitor for tho AdmiBtrator  Aug. 8UI-J3P5.  tjna,*Timymt^ll_wMewa*t** mwavaAssno ^rnnm-im w^^.^'^'^w'*^K|l1'^*'*1'!^*S  ^tfy^-^i^^^^^^^^t^tp^i  |DoYouWant|  | A P/  ^.rfHi&KTmmiw**********������i  We Can Save    ���������  Mone}' For Yoi  .WWTI il 0H01 TO-  ���������Fletcher Jjjros:  03 GOVT   STREET  lotoria,, B.O.  ������s\  t*t4vw>*<M$^tw*+**>w^+*>*i'*>  CUMBERLAND  Meat market  Choicest Moats  Snppliod at l-oivvA Mml.ct iVicos  Vegetn ble  A   Ur-mt  Vai-icf-y will   alwuyu be  ill  uttsek ;   uImd ,v uuppjy oi  Freiiii risJj  Will  do du ftiio. iv-. iy   nvuiH-^ioy  -it-*--  Yiitr [;at-n)ii.*g_ Ih ooidial'y iiivIUnl,  and  till orders will Im promptly ilulivtrcd.  J.McPheeiSon  rUOI'H'KTORS.  I .tf- .*���������->*. i������*v%j'f<miuiitmA*.t'^*.m������*tri**mi,-utmm<wmm  11 ii*..j  I..Yi(n.;   and     U.:-d     !',i;ii*r    ul  f'.'"���������.v."--1 fr.i'.v."-  "'������������������������������������fh. y.<.*,ivt"ifA  ',-i ir.i.-'ii.  Mi '  il H'.i  ilfl.,  't   .   I*  ��������� ,*���������   l  ���������������    i,%\  1   (���������) -.f.itily  ��������� ��������� ....J n l-.i.tl  ��������� ���������(,:. ���������*.*. ...a  ...*    .:,'*i|i!Iil*y  *    '      >������.  ftnfia: :..-ij r    ,-jij.    ,i|,wi.. ,,--r;.,im,. . {-i*������. _��������������� hu   ^-{ii*  -,.,..,.,-..,.-,.,;;.,  arc I'till ciiii ������,i!,.,1 i.,  ii      ..-.     :    !   lL'*y������      isr ������>'������������������'���������������.tfimrihot. tsotdhyoii  1 '"    ,U    "-' l!l   thli   niiliS   111!     hf \.t    tlriHHlW. l\'t\tV<irVuuW:A\A-  I r:.tfft;ui<J uti.---tiif*triot������  -    t*y*  ton lioot Ct-iniiiiuudi taku no  "VUft Cook Mfid'G'flft CO-*     Witifiuif. Ctiurlo.  Di inond and Prt'oious $!.one -Ringo, X  Qii'-tiii'up'in 'Uid I'latcd Si.verwar.e. fe  Stftrlirjf Silverware. iff,  Rrger-i Flatware. *)*.  |,C)iij lilans and Leather Onoda. <tt>  Everything   at   Eastern   Prices, w  _____ ^  ������������������������  F  All 'Engr&ving Tree,     ffr  vi V'-r>gu'ar<l 827 00  |i Au|>lt)t.-.n Tranv & Oo.   $20 00  ���������ty 17 -lewi.-llo^ nickel Wal'ham, ������10 00  ������& 15 JcupJlrd  Walt ham, $8 00  ������j Soliri (li.ld Wa-chcs,  Indies & Gonts.  ^ Sniid (-rold Chains,   Lookers,  Bronchos.  *lt ;           | P.    STODDART  ������ -  * Watchmaker and Jeweller.  arjk-oFGarfada  Capital (paid up), $3,000,000  Reserve Fund.  ..  S?000,000  Undivided Profits,     302,743  T. E. KENNY. P-brstobst. E. L. PEASE, Qeneba.i, Managk i  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department :--Depu8iw of $1 aud upwards received;   Intoroat al-  Uuved at current rates, compouuded twioe each year on 80(h June and 31st December  Drafts on all points bought and sold. ���������'  A. W. HYNDMAN, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday 10 to 12; open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9p.m  asKuauvrmai  ���������GO TO  The TAILOR  for vour next Suit oi clothes.  0  ~.���������Look  at these Prices ���������  ���������        \   Pants    $8.00 up  Suits   $13:00 up  Overcoats $12.50 up  -Sty teT--P :k-tmel~VV-0 pk-mH-Fi^-h-ifj-j  Guanmteed.  : ��������� DAVSS   BLOCK.  78 I'flespaoam^  The Great English Remedy.  jf'vs^j^W-wC   A positivo euro for allformo oS  4;���������w���������*>e������'������ Sexual Woakncsa,, Montal..nnd  Inilriulfcy, Insanity and an early grave. Prico  31 per pkj?., mz for ?5, Ono will please, six will  :uro. aoldbyalldruggiyta or mailed In plain  ���������)iiokogoVfi.rocofptof price. Wril.afor Pamphlet.  J'owooil Modlclne Co.. Wudaor, Onturio.  uuMui^,L..i'.r..-.,     ...   ... ..���������.*i*^ ^.���������-^*#^JJU.mU*Hff*My^-*MW.'fci-������IB|,  T������ CTDRIS A COLD IN ONE DAY  Tak LAXATIVE HliOMO QUIN1KK Tab.  lets, A,l driig.ci'-'..-ivfird mo mujiuy if it  faili to euro, IS. W. Grove's signature is  ou oaoh box,    2Dj.  IS   ALL   WE   ^-.SXS:  JUST a chance lo show you that  we ahvays.please'our customerg  by supplying them with the BEST  MEATS    at   the   lovvtvt   market  prices.    A Tribal order will con vine������  you.  THECiTY  5  Meat   Market  W. W. STcKAY, Proprietor.  Just, received at C, tl. TarLieirs 1%  fine a������s>.rtmeni, of new ili������? for  trout h-liiiiii.  A Guaranteed Cure''lor Piles.  Itching, Blind, lili*--ding or Precluding  PdffH, U-uggist.s refunil .inoney il PAZO  OINTM1SNT wiIh to cure any ca"0, no nut  tor of how Ion/,; 8tnndii.|{, in 6 :o-l& dajs,,  Firs; application give*. o<������o mid rout, f>th,  If your (.itujigiist Imati't it* Bend 5()o in r'uiii|i3  and it will bo forwiivded powfc.paid !>> Palis  Mwliiine Co,, St   Louis, Mo,  1905��������� September 27 to October 7 ���������1905  Under the auspices of the Royal Agricultural and  Industrial  'ft  ew Westminstef  Stupendous and comprehensive array of Exhibits representing the resources of all Canada,  ' ...   -   __ -ype  i~4  JL������J v_/  ^IMii^Hfiii & Attractions  Knluivuil psrounils, new, hundwoino and   i������pHoiou������ buildiugH,  "WOKLb'SOliAMPIO^iniP^iOTT-Tu.wiii^ and  Umsromto,    Home  Rna"in"g  Hroiiun ' lliii������ii������K ", Al litary l'u.'.u!u*i unl I'Jx.ii'cisuK.  HOY AX. IR/.BH QtJAltm and uthor Fain ox Hmd*.  GEaND WATJSKOAUNIVAL Parnilo ol Priw-r Hivor Hwhinii Hoot, patrol boats, H.  id   .v.l;.iiiiij������, liniiuii war oanooH, utu,  Indians por to,  I'or uUlnforitiatiou writo W, H. KKAKY,   Booretary aud Manager,  Now Wostminstov, B 0,  < |*-a      Jh"*> ������.������ !���������"������** ������%.*������ O  |             fa   DO)1l|1l_i  tf ,'^t?n?^11W.Wnri'l|������������r-Wr������l|-M,.B������...*1  ^tmmmtm,^..  |    Fashionable Tailor  ^ has   ������[K.'iied   in the  I VVHITNKV    BLOCK  %        A  Kill Lin; of Latest Goods to choose from  <    |; iYwV'-'^" \iHir Order*.  ������������������'emtsMammm .jamtetmmmaw't'i* ww*m *%******���������*.  Dunsrtiuir Avenue  Cumberland, B.C.  MWtA'WVMVWVVWVHA-AA-V*' WSAAAA^Aaaa-wu,,

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