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TWELFTH  YEAR.
CUMBERLAND,   B. C.     THURSDAY      DECEMBER  28,1905
The TSig Store
Wishes all a Prosperous New Yesr   .
1906
Winning numbers for our Xmas pra
1st* ��� -443.
2nd- 826.
3rd - 419.
Prlases on application.
Winners of the Guessing Competition:-
Total number of walnuts in oaae,  942.     Nearest   numbers
gue.vod, 940.
Winners both guessing the same number:���Alex Walker, Jr.
Camp, and I). H. Stew.-.rt     B- lh received a fine fat Turkey.
Local and Personal
��� ��� ���
Judge Harrison paid the district
hii usual official visit on Wodnes*
day last.
Tho Big Store for New Years gifts
0. R. Robson of the II. B. Cc.
Viotoria wns a guest at the Union
last week,
Mini'i A & E Smith of Vancouver
���rrivod on Thursday to spend Xmas
with their family at Happy Valley,
Bobby Thompson was arother
Xdirh passenger from Naonimo but
will return for a short time to the
KuSpitai aiU>r thwNew Vuai.
Mr Clark the High School prin-
<jlpal> ana Mr I). Coilis were out go.
log patsengers on Friday morning.
M. D JPraror of Minto killed a
large panther on his father's farm
on Dec. '^Oth. On boing opened, a
quantity of wool and mutton wn_
found in the animal.     Mr  Kratar
bu missed g'oouslderable number
of his sheep-lately but he has captured one of the thiovea at last.
Mr P. Joudry has Beverod his
connection with Mr T. D. McLean
Mise M. E. Whyte is spending
tho holidays at Mrs J. Bennie,s,
Mr and Mrs S. J Piercy, of Sandwick, mourn for their Infant child
8 month* old, whose death occurred
lai��t week.
P, Stoddarts drawing for tho
diamond ring rotmlted in No. 332H
being tho luoky one. H. Martin
wan the win nor,
Tho Big Store guessing contoit
wuo lieu hy two iuua, Jv. oi-mvnu
iillu    A.    \\ tlititU',    iixu,    i.ii;    Una*
number of wttluuib boing&42.    Hoth
boys got a, turkey.
MeBHiM TVivtnxii', Whyte presented
their   eui'.iotnei'a   vvi'.h   -1,    hug   oi
oninceb npie���o on Xm,i�� eve.
Tne wii-ning number* in ll'**' Bit?
Store drawing, were���hi, 44.fl, "ml
8:C,;>rtl(Mr_ A Mill.) 113.
Mf M short and Mb? Etl.���>;
.Short arrived from Vancouvu' ox.
Wednesday morning, to vitdt thvii
friends.
Mauler Wm Harrison i*  spend
ing hU vacation with his  p-jcuu*.
A. 0. M. S.
-^t\
On the 12th of Dec at Victoria,
the Ancient Order of the1 Mystic
Shrine, Gizch Temple elected the
following officers���Illustrious Potentate, A. G, Mills Victoria. Chief
Rabban, T; G. Armstrong, New
Westminster, Ass't 0 R., Al Davis
Nanaimo, High P-iieet and Prophet
G..W. Clinton, Cumberland, Oriental Guide, J.  McKeown, Victoria,
Treasurer, Wm. Challoner, Viotoria, Recorder, E. E. Leeaon, Victoria.
Cumberland Lodge No 26 A. P.
& A. M. on Dec. 13th, elected the
following for ensuing term��� W. M.,
C. Vater, S. W., R. Hodson, J W ,
C. A. Staples, Sec, F, A. Anley,
Treas, J. Bitird, Tyler, F. Ramsay,
Auditory G. W. Clinton' and J. B.
Bennett. ��� i.,
Installation took place last night
hy D.D G. M G W. Clinton,
who also installed, the officers of
Hiram Lodge at 2 p-m at Courtnay.
NEW YEAR RIFLE SHOOTING
TOURNAMENT
A rifle shoot will be held on skid
road back 01 Saw Mill. Shooting
will start at 10 a. m., there will be
several different events at 100 and
200 yards range.
 Event first flhooting  at _Tnrkey
head; 2nd "Event fiTmily sHoot^foT
turkey; 3rd Event sweepstake at
hundred yard, off hand shooting
with open sights; 4th Event 200
yards shooting vweep stake nothing
burred; For fu-rther ���������'particulars
*eeO. H. Fechner.
CHRISTMAS
The joyous Christmas neanon has
eome and gone. The fascinating
air of mystery which crept, over the
house nnd the different member*
vvho acquired an air of strenuously
riding nothing when you happened
to enter a room, and.drawers and
cupboards were hurriedly eloBed
with an exaggerated air of carelessness that did not deceive you-has
nli?o disappeared. The problem of
Xmas presents was a serious one
with many, especially thone wbo
hnppened to beblest with poor relatives and society friebds for to the
former the cheap present was given
while the woll to do friend fared
like a prince. False pride is at the
bottom of such present giving, and
if these people were only brave
enough to keep Xmas reMolved
about only making gilts within
their means, how much happier
they would be���and their poor rela
tions also.
Divine worship and holy communion was hold in Trinity Church
in tho morning, the ediflce being
suitably festooned with evergreens
and red berries, hy Mrs Christmas
Mrs Matthews, Mrs Bates and the
Misses Dowdall, Horhury and
Bates.
In the evening the annual Christ
mas treats w re held in the Method
JHt and Pnahytorian Churches
where the youngsters enjoyed them-
telvi'.s to thoir hoi-rts contont. Tl.o
homeless wanderer for whom there
was no sont  at any heerlh  found
hi* W\" *>���< the iMthll"  h'-itifo    n-hftvo
\\.e 'm-1?' '^f Phi'M hm*** foro' n.'itu pft-v-
cd, roawl turkey p-ovm ul mo pudding
���vnd pumnkiu pi** making him for
Uio time fieinu, forget that he wns
oue tif the abi-u-tit "ilmtly 1 <�����1 * t. ��� 1
in fi ihftr f:!fl .'w.iu nevm thr water.
Thit C.-fris'miui I rid" ).;<" appaten -
1 !y bt;on a very i.at'i'/, ctory on-,
buyori have luon Jibi.ru!, no pa -
titular line w?.k 1*-K out, ami utoro-
J{fM>*V .'a  opf   fl*., I   !} " ^'l1'))      bl'fijt^wf*
wan conuid'eraUy nb��ud of last year.
Tl��i�� rpit.ik..^   At'il   ��.'ti"     tJuij;bi.ri.<.aii,
and let w IrufM fiat it will be a fori ������
rumor of e-vn belter times and
greater prosperity i����r tho com ing
ypar IlKJft which **��sincerely h<��|>e
Will b*�� aluo n hnppy and pronperoua
one for our reader* and subsoriberu.
J    ^:$y:jm ;��� %'|
s>%
*
Come and get the
I am giving In the balance of my Xmas
Stock.   All  going at a Great Reduction.
T. D. McLEAN
Wishing our numerous
Customers md Matrons
a Prosperous and Happy
SiewYear ��� ---   ''
We beg to announce that we shall short
ly open out a
BRANCH STORB AT COURTENAY
for the purpose cf .really reducing our,
stock.
Enormous Reductions will be made
Watch our Special Sdle, Bills later for
full particulars.
*   II
NAPIER & PARTRIDGE The Heiress of  Cameron Hall.  BY LAURA JEAN LIBBEY  Anchor of "Miss Middleton's Lore*/* "A ForfefaHen Han*-  age," ���������' Daisy Brooks," Etc, Etc  "I am going to somo other hotel,"  ���������he said. "Vou may bring your aunt,  to me there to-morrow, and I    may  consider your kind proposal."  Herbert Renwick was overjoyed.  He would make a confidante of his  aunt"; she would receive Helena with  open arms when he told her his  story, and with her wo-juan's wit she  might persuade her to give her heart  to him.  A quiet hotel was found where Helena chose to remain, and here Herbert lienwick left her, declaring that  on the following afternoon he should  call, bringing his aunt with him, for  the ostensible purpose of taking her  home with them.  He looked at her with all his  yearning soul in his eyes as he said  "good-bye," and hurried away.  His heart was light and gay as he  ran quickly down the steps and hailed a passing cab, little dreaming  what the future held , in store for  him.  At that moment Frederick Castleton was just entering1 the hotel  where he had left the note. He crossed the rotunda with a firm, ringing  step.  "Have you any letters or messages  for mo?" he asked of the clerk in attendance.  He was surprised to receive an answer in the negative.  "Was my note delivered to Mr.  Herbert Renwick, or the lady who  accompanied him?"  he asked.  "The note was delivered immediately, sir; then the lady and gentlemen left hurriedly. No message  whatever was left for you," responded tho clerk, glancing, up curiously at  tho handsome , stalwart American,  who turned so abruptly on his heel,  muttering bitterly between his  clinched teeth:  "The  despicable   coward!   he    has  -fled-to-csGape-me-r^������������������-���������   It never occurred to Frederick Cas-  tletmi to doubt that Helena and Herbert Kernyick had eloped together, or  that they had been married before  leaving Baltimore. He quite believed tliat Helena Was Herbert Ren-  wick's bride, and the thought was  more bitter than death to, him,  Meanwhile, in her room, Helena  was pacing wearily up and down in  deep thought.  "I havo averted the duel," she  sighed, pressing her cold hands to  her throbbing temples, "and now I  must go away���������-so far away,*. that  Herbert Renwick will never find me..  I will not share his aunt's home.  Why should I, an outcast upon, the  world's mercy, depend upon , ber  charity, because her nephew loves  me so truly, yet all in vain?"  Hor future stared her in tho face  onco more, just as it had stared her  In tho faco on tho dny poor Agnes  died. Sho had no money about hor  sho must, soil her jewels to obtain  sufficient money to pay hor bills, un-  till sho could find employment. Seeking employment���������ah mo, how drear  and how like a death-knoll tho  words sound to thoso who, by experience, know how much thoso  wortls imply! Helena know what  thoy meant but too well. If sho had  novor known tho luxury of wealth it  would not havo beon ho hard to go  back to thorold lifo again.  Sho wroto to Herbert Renwick,  thanking him for tho kindness shown  her, stating that Sho thought of loav-'  ing tlie country, and bidding him  good-byo, Sho scaled tho note, and,  leaving' It for Herbert whon ho  should' call, sorrowfully took hor departure,  Jlorbort Ronwick wns half mad  with denpnlr when ho called tlio next  afternoon with his nunt, nnd Helena's fnrowell noto of deep rogrot  wns put Into his hands*.  Ho could not give vont'to his terrible emotion with IiIh mint's eyee  bent, so pityingly upon lilm, nnd ho  'besought her to drive homo ii.gu.ln,  nud ho would join her In tho courso  of nn hour or sn.  Hour lifter hour drugged wearily  bv. yet ho en inn not.  Thnt. evening a .vnuwr nnd hnnd-  ftnsne gentleman wns picked up, in  nn  iinfoiisi'idiis cuinlii Inn,  upon    ono  of   tlio   lo -'-I reel',   nf   l.uitiloii,  Al Hint moment tho clerk  lintel FmiMory lui|i|ii'ii(.i] In |),  ing.    lie slur!oil buck with a  -tn ,>i ujy.  -���������*    -.,.,...,-  t.,,     lit-. ��������� .     . , ,       ,  ' ' ' r.     .'���������...     ��������� ��������� ,1.  Mr, lfcr|i"rl Tbmvirl;, mi Ainci'l'*,in,"  ho snid, Iimlnmlv: und Inunedlnlelv  hit* nunt) rnvni'Jfl lo the handsome,  fnlr-lutli-od stranger who hnd   strode  oiil    nt'  l|.|>   In,I,.I   iill'if).   11111' 11��������� i-1n,r���������  ���������'Tim coward'     I  will  follow   him  of  tho  pnn ���������������������������-  cry of  lo   the   ends   of   I lio   earth,  nvi'it!,'!! tho Cast lei on honor  ujil 11     I  CIIAl'TKlt XXV.  Two v.i i I.s dtiii'L'nl t1ii*iiiH<l\es  wearily by, yet Helena's search had  !���������    ;-. fvii'l    ��������� .  Hor la. t duller was ovhauMcd, mid  ftlitt was growimr d.^pernto, Sho  must obtain t'lupio.vuH'ni of Koine Horc,  before nightfall, ur gu tu bed sttjt-  peilesa.  It,was with a heavy heart she set  out to answer Mme. Avery's advertisement for a governess. The mad-  ame and her husband were busily engaged in reading a letter in the library when she was ushered into  their presence.  Helena raised her veil timidly as  she made known her errand. She  wondered why the lady's face grew  so hard and stern, while her husband smiled so pleasantly, and seemed exceedingly pleased with her appearance.  "I would like the position very  much," said Helena, earnestly. "I  would do my best to meet your approbation, for I love little children  very dearly."  "I am sorry," exclaimed Mme.  Avery, flushing nervously under her  husband's keen glance, "but you are  too young to suit me; I wish an elderly lady to fill the position."  "That's all nonsense!" declared her  husband'! energetically. "It's terribly  discouraging to see old and homely  faces forever about the house. Madame, you could not, I am sure, do  better than engage this very charming young lady. She knows that I  am fond of pretty, girlish faces, and  for that reason she takes great care  to have none about," he added,  stroking his waxed mustache with  his white hand in a fascinating way.  No more embarrassing situation  could have been imagined.  Mme. Avery drew herself up with  a proud, stately air. It pained her  to the very core of hor heart to have  the secret sorrow of her life rudely  laid   bare.  Before she could reply her husband  continued;  "I will take this matter into my  own hands in this case; I a.m master  and head of Cite house. You may  consider yourself engaged for the po-  ~5Tt"iTiT*7~^it~'yO'"ir"'clTo(5se"tTFremaim 7H~  ter reflection m.adaiiie will agree  that I have acted sensibly in this  matter. By the bye," he concluded,  "what lias condemned such a beautiful creature to tlie drudgery of a  governess's ' life? 'With such a fate  as that it can never be from choice."  Something, very like tears stood in  Mme. Avory'S'������������������oyes," which, she tried  in vain to conceal.  Helena pitied tho poor wife; she  understood, perfectly, just how matters stood.  "Am I to answer, your husband?"  asked Helena, proudly.  '.'''Certainly not, My husband is  jesting, Ho forgets my presence.  He is jesting, I assure you. You  must neither answer nor listen."  "And .1 sny that she must listen!"  declared, her husband, with a jolly  laugh. "I will'leave you," ho continued, with a low bow to his wife  and nno'thor look ut Ildoae, frr which  sho could have annihilated him; "and  I trust when I return to find you established in our family. Au rovoir,  mademoiselle.",  With enothor fascinating smile at  Helena ho quitted the room.  Whon tho door closed after him  Mme. Avory fell back in hor chair  with a gasping moan born of outraged wifely pride, bitter anger, and  the fierce pangs of jealousy.  Thon., after a momentary pause,  sho looked up at Helena.  ���������'I should liko to ongago you, my  dear child," sho said, looking up  through hor tears'at Holona's beautiful fnco; "but I foar It would be  neither pleasant for you nor myself.  My���������iny husband would talk nonsense to you���������nnd that would not  do, I am by no means Jealous," sho  added, engerl.y, "still, I nm bettor  satisfied when I luivo older nnd moro  experienced people nbout me, I am  sorry to sond you awny," she said,  gently, ns Helena roso to tnko her  departure,  She followed Helena to tho door,  In.vlng iv delnining, trembling hnnd  upon her nrm.  "l,oi, inn glvo you n. word of caution," she snid, nervously; "you nro  very young, very bountiful, nnd if 1  can rend your fiivo nriglit I should  Hay Hint ymi ore. very innocent, I  would advise you, if in the future  you should see my husband, to avoid  him*���������puss hhn without recognition.  T warn you, as 1 have, for your own  sake,    mind,"   sho     added, blushing  J... llll 1.11,1  .  "1   ���������],::]}   VJ* -,-ot.,.,     .,,.,1   :),-\   ,,-rrit-d  Ine'ly, liui'laini'," returned Helena,  nud sho hastened out of tho grand  mansion,  "I would ml lier bn poor nnd desolate IIR  T ii tti  11t 0 Tl  In  lie 11   tinof heart-.  broken wlfo liko Mndamn Avery,"  thought Helena, as sho wended her  wny through tho crowded thorough-  ffirn a gain,  .She hud scarcely proceeded a block  ore slio camo fnco to faco with M,  A very.  Hho    turned   away abruptly,    IIo  followed.  "I sincerely impo my wlfo has  nindo nn om-agemont with you, my  dear youny lndy?" ho sold, eagerly,  peering impertinently and admiring'  Vy into tho flushed, bwituUlui tece,  "Your wife has not engaged me,  sir," returned Helena, haughtily, attempting to pass him.  "Confound a jealous woman!" he  muttered, under his breath; "I say  that you shall have the place, if you  desire it. I assure you, upon my  honor as a gentleman, when I have  a few words with her she'll be pleased to reverse her decision. I pray  you return with me, and we will  soon settle the matter, my dear."  "Your wife's wishes should be  your law!" exclaimed Helena, with  withering scorn. "Allow me to  pass. Do not dare to address another word to me."  A low laugh rippled from between  his white teeth.  "What a prude and vixen you  are!" he exclaimed, turning on his  heel; "you should be pleased at the  interest I take in you."  Without deigning a reply, Helena  walked indignantly on, leaving the  conceited master of the Avery mansion staring after her in surprise and  amusement, not unmixed With vexation,  plainly expressed in his face.  Discouraged and considerably depressed, Helena turned in the dire-  tion of her lodgings. At the first  corner she observed quite a commotion.  A pair Of prancing hays, attached  to a basket phaeton, were tearing  li'ke lightning down the boulevard,  and the occupant of the phaeton���������  a dainty, golden-haired young creature, was clinging to the dash-board,  screaming frantically.  Helena was brave and daring by  nature, and in an instant she had,  decided what course to pursue.  "Jump!" she cried out, springing  to the edge of the pavement; "jump,  and I will catch you!"  And, to the wonder of the  breathless, terror-stricken by  standers, the golden-haired young  creature heard, understood and obeyed; but not an instant too soon, for  the next momenl the phaeton lay  dashed into pieces against an adjacent lamp-post, and the young lady,  through sheer terror, lay in, a deep  swoon in Helena's arms.  "Why, I declare, it is Rosinel, the  the bewitching little actress!" cried  the. by-stan-ders in a breath.  But as they spoke she showed signs  of consciousness, and struggled out)  of Helena's arms to her feet, but she  sunk back with a cry of pain. "My  ankle is sprained!" she oried, faintly. "I can not walk. Oh, what  shall I do, and the new opera to be  brought out to-morrow night? Won't  4Loai_stop_a cab_������or���������me-,_and~acGoni���������  puny me as far as my lodgings?" she  asked, plaintively, looking up into  Helenrt's face. "I am afraid to be  left by myself. I should be sure to  faint again with the pain. Oh,  please come!",  Helena consented timidly, looking  with wonder at the beautiful littlo  creature of whom she bad heard so  much, and an hour later she was  seated in tlie little actress's magnificent blue-and-gold boudoir that  looked like a fairy's bower, pouring  into her sympathetic ear tlio story of  her unsuccessful search, for employment. ,'  The sprained ankle was bandaged  and was doing nicely, and the little  actress lay back among the silken  pillows thinking deeply.  "How would you like to go on tho  stage?" sho asked, gazing up into tho  girl's beautiful face, a peculiar glitter in her bluo eyes.  "On tho stage!" gasped Helena;  "why���������-I���������I���������" Sho stopped short,  gazing at her companion in speech-  loss dismay.  "Yes, why not?" exclaimed the  llttlo actress, impatiently.  "I would never mako an actress,"  replied Helena, blushing. "I aim not  suited for it. I was never in a theater In my life."  Tho littlo queon of the English  stage opened her blue eyos In surprise. "You are behind tho times  then," she answered. "I havo a proposition to mako you," sho continued, excitedly, "and you must not refuse what I shall ask you."  A momontnry silence foil between  them, thon Rosinel continued, abruptly, "I am tho star of tho Oaloty  Theater; to-morrow night wo woro  to bring o.iit a now opora; It was  to havo been tho hit of the season,  and now," slio cried, breaking into  a passion of tears, "my sprained  ankle will prevent mo from singing  tiio loading rule to-morrow night,  and tho part will Im given to my  rival nnd bitterest enemy, That  would kill mo!" sho cried. "You  don't know whnt, such nn opportunity means to an ambitious rival;  thoy are Jiim, wailing for such  chniut'S lo gniup thom and hoop  thom, nnd triumph over you. Slut  must not. hnvn the loading role, You  must prevent her,"  "II"  cried   Helena,  nrjhnst;   "why,  how could 1?"  '"I will    toll    you," crlod Rnslnel,  llt'O'it Mm***.!-"    "tl..'    tnitfle   Iti   imt    i\ I tn  cult; yon can en.'illv muster it by tomorrow night; you shrill nceompnny  my maid to tho theater; sho will  dress you for the part without, attracting attention us to yinr identity; you aro discovered when thu  curium i inch.  "I would���������bo���������dlncovorodl" tfchood.  Helena, In horror,  "Why, you littlo gooso, you don't  understand! In theatrical parlance,  'bolng discovered' meniiN being upon  Iho stage when tho curtain goes up.  ^ ou must do this to cheat my rival  of hor laurels," sho cried, excitedly!  thousand that finds such a glorious  opportunity offered her in a life-time  to go on the stage, and have the  star's part at that," concluded Rosinel "Yet I own frankly that I  do this simply that my rival shall  not make capital out of my misfortune. You tell me you are searching for work-���������take what the gods  provide."  For a moment only Helena, hesitated. An outcast, forlorn and penniless in the great city of London,  searching for employment,, she dared not refuse Rosinel's bewildering  offer; she must accept what fortune  had in so strange a manner placed  at her feet,  Seven o'clock on the following  evening a cab containing two dark-  robed figures, one of which was heavily veiled, was rolling rapidly  through the gas-lighted streets toward the Gaiety Theater.  Once or twice Helena drew her  veil back from her frightened face  and ga^ed out of the cab window,  but eacli time shrunk back trembling  against the dark cushions.  Evory place that her eyes rested  she could read on tho flaming billboards as she whirled quickly past  them:  '' Rosinel To-xigbt as 'Pbincess Gay.' "  Rosinel in white, Rosinel in blue,  Rosinel in crimson and gold. The  city was fairly flooded with advertisements of Rosinel the brilliant  little queen of the operatic stage.  "I can never take her part," gasped Helena, the full force of her position forcing itself upon her. "My  voice will be sure to fail me."  "Oh, fy,M laughed Miss Rosinel's  maid, "you'll get along splendidly;  why, your face alone will carry the  audience by storm. The brilliant  lights and the music will exhilarate  you. Yes, I predict you will make  a great hit."  "But I know nothing about the  stage; I shall bo so confused," cried  Helena, piteously, wishing with all  her heart that she had not allowed  the beautiful little actress to persuade her to take her part.  Miss Rosinel's maid laughed.  "Novices often get along the best,"  she said. "They step on the stage  aiid face the footlights full of enthusiasm and life, because they have  never experienced the terrors' of  stage fright���������what the threatening  scowl of the leader of the orchestra  means if they miss a note, the great  responsibility of giving their cuesi  loud .and distinct for the other act-*  ���������ors���������to���������appear���������on~1;h'e~st~agc7"or~tlnr  terrible -storming there'll be if it  should slip from their memory. Ah,"  '���������om! intiod Miss Rosinel's maid, "life  on the stage is by no means what  romantic young girls picture it, for  it's a- life of-endless strife, jealousy  and hardship that people little  dream 'of. -If an actress is clever  and takes with tho public, her comrades look'-upon her with the bitterest envy and will do everything in  the/r power to keep her'back and'  prevent her from making'a hit, Tt,  don't take long lo toke lhe starch  out , of these insipid, pretty-faced  girls, who got stoce-struck, when  they once face the foot-lights. They  find out all but too quickly Hint  thoy nro not 'Hie brilliant,  beautiful  gifted creatures that they took thorn-  selves to bo. It takes from fivo to  ten years to understand tho tricks of  tho business, and then tliey wake up  to the fact that their beauty is on  the wane and their attractiveness Is  ovor, Stars take good care not to  have thoso tod ambitious pooplo in  thoir companies. Thoy soon find excuses io discharge thom or keep them  back."  "You don't seem to like the  stage," said Helena, in, astonishment. "I wonder that you aro connected with it."  Miss Rosinel's maid laughed, admitting frankly that sho had' been  connected with it so long sho  couldn't do anything else.  At last tho cab drovo up boforo tho  door, depositing Its burden.  Hurriedly Miss Itoslnol's nmld led  her veiled companion by the hand  through tho narrow, dusty passages,  ovor piles of lum bor and stago properties that woro to bo usod during  tho ovening; stumbling against tho  stago carpontor nnd "supers" In tho  dim passages, thoy emerged at last  into tho apari.merit known as tho  star's drawing-room,  Miss Rosinel's nut Id turned tho koy  in'tho lock, then, with deft lingers,  throw off Helena's veil and wraps,  "Hour mo, don't tremble ho!" sho  cried, clasping thu gold Inicklo of  llclona's pink sat in slipper, "Why,  you'ro working yourself up into a  III. of excitement nl ready,"  Sho llttlo dieaiiieil file causo of her  oxciti'ineiil. was tho dress tho laid  Just 'dipped over her head. It was  a roso-pink silk, fairly glittering vHh  Hooil-jwitrl.s over ita slilituucriiig uuv-  fucu.  turpentine ls used. Turpentine la not  good for windoAY glass, because It  must be washed off carefully or it will  leave a sticky film. The white marks  left on varnished wood after water haa  been spilled on it can be entirely taken -  out with alcohol. Few. people know"  this and it has often been a perplexity  to housewives how 'to remedy the  trouble, some of them going so far as  to have the article revarnished. Rub  the woodwork well with the nlcohol,  then let it dry before touching it again.  The slight stickiness resulting will disappear in a few moments, especially  if the sunshine can reach It.���������New  York Tribune.     *  FOR BRIGHT EYES.  Don't use the eyes before breakfast.  Don't face the light when reading or  sewing.  Don't allow a cold, raw wind ta  strike the eyes.  Don't use the eyes when they are  tired or weak from illness.  Don't try to get a cinder out of the  eye by rubbing the injured orb; rub  the other eye.  Don't sleep too much or too little.  Too much sleep weakens the eyes; too  little fatigues them.  Don't work longer than two, hours  without closing the eyes and resting  them for five minutes.  Don't neglect to bathe the eyes before retiring, so as to remove any dust  that may have gathered on the lids  during the day.  High HccIm.  The results of the evil of wearing  high heel shoes are quite serious, The  weight of the body is thrown on the  toes nnd against the upper leather of  the shoe, crowding the foot and shutting off the blood circulation. The feet.;  become badly nourished and the nerves  diseased, and the body is thrown iu  such an unnatural position that .the  whole nervous system is injured. The ;  effort of tlie body to balance on these.,,  heels often results in curvature*,of0the  spine. Frequent and severe headaches and early failure of eyesight,  due to the nerve .strain; are among the  resultant evils. - - *  SfiuceviiiiK" X-Xte Will at."  Don't try to make your waist small-.  er��������� tha-n~nn*ture-iiit'eiided-it���������toj-^be^���������lf-  yoji persist in thus distorting, your body  you will lay up i'or yourself a harvest  of suffering in the future, when no  amount of repentance will'... undo the  harm tbat was thoughtlessly-..done in  bygone years. . ;���������  ,Tltrending ������ Xectlle.  Always .thread your needle ,'before  cutting the cotton to Insurd tlVre'hding.  the-right omi; otherwise it will*tangle.  Cut your .cotton; do not bite or,Ideals  it. Use tiie'right size needle aiid |uit-  able cotton -for your material.'".KSoo  that your thread Is firmly anil neatly  fastened off. ������������������������������������ ���������' ���������'���������  Hitfiied   Milk.  Next time you burn any milk take  the saucepan off tho fire and stand ft  at ouce Iu a briwl of'cold water.. Put  a pinch of salt in tho saiwopan, give  the milk a stir, and you wMl find that  tho burned tnsto has alnioift If not entirely disappeared.  The Solnnncei^* Plant.  Chills and cayenne pepper com*  from tho same plant���������tho genus lenowa  as tho solanaceae.Tbey are of a shrubby, brushy nature, and are..gro\yn very  largely In tropical and1, subtropical  countries, particularly In Mexico and  Chile; hence their name.. The fruit���������  tho red pods���������when simply dried become tlio familiar chills, and whon  ground cayenne pepper Is formed.  A CiUOO CLtANttLH,  CHAITKH   XXVI.  The proposition  was so sulJon lt  "fairly    took IIolona'B broath away.  "It Is not ono youn������ girl oui of *  AIooliol in n iNonil Fluid <o Hnve In  (In1   11 on HI',  Alcohol Is especially good for donning unthfi giuUL'H, drinking Uimlilov'i  and windows. Only n tow drops In  tho hot rinsing wntor nro noodeil. l*'or  tmnlilui'tf do not uso the wood nlcohol.  A smoky lump chimney Is ilillloult to  clean without nlcohol. Willi It, how-  pi-er, all grons\v nmol;o can he ln������ti\nt-  ly removed, Cleaned with a llttlo pure  nlcohol chimney:; arc not *u likely (o  crack ns when water l������ lined.  VnrnlNli stains on glass, tiling, marble, etc., como out easily with nlcohol.  Old paint stains will also yield, per-  hups even more readily than when  Chnrch In a Farm Yard,  Few moro curious places for a church  could bo found thnn ono nt Southnra  Dolabere, which stands in tho mlddlo  of n farm yard, Tho only moons ot  entrance Is by panning through tho  yard.   A ModrM It-Aqneit,  As tho result of a snd oxporlenco  with reckless cliiiiil'IViirs, the owner of  a dwelling nt the corner of two streets  In Unslngstoke, Hnghind, has put upou  It a pliK'iml rending, "Motor cur drivers* are requested to leave tills'houso  whore It Is."  Mve������ on I't'oit*.  There Is a mun who makes -a goml  living during tho Hulling, senson ot iho  hikes nt llelgrudiJ, Me., by selling llvo  fvn>*<3 tn iho i\fhevi\irti\ I'm' b'lll*    llVU'ttlJJ  Inst summer ho sold over 85,(100,  One Hided.  Mr. T.-I think I shall glvo up my  business, my dear. I might its well  h.'M-o :���������".���������::" rtij <y::;.;.t ,.;,;. uf j.,y  money, Mrs, T.-oh, not yet, Samuel!  Hut when ono of u* dies I luteud^o glvo  Up hoilHI'ket'pllig nnd N0t>. o llttlw of ih*  world.���������llIiiKirnted lilts.  A   lleiltM'lltin. *  Ualsy-Why wun Mumlo Qljlglrl so  angry about her phoiiurrnphs?" lUdn't  they flutter her'.' Miilxlo-Oh, thoy  wero ns pretty ns tlio artist could moko  tin in, but on the bark of ench one It  sold, "Tho original of this plcturo ii  carefully preserved." ������ CUMBERLAND NEWS  Cumberland, B. C.  Judge T. G. Mathers.  A son of Ontario in the person of  Thomas G. Mathers of Winnipeg has  just been appointed a judge of the  Manitoba Supreme Court. Mr. Mathers  was born at Lucknow, Bruce County,  in 1859 and educated at Lucknow and  Kincardine. Going west to Manitoba  ln 1883, he edited The Portage la Prairie  Liberal during the first year of its existence. Taking up law the following  year, he was called to the Bar In 1890.  One of his partnerships was with Hon.  Joseph Martin, a union which lasted  from 1895 to 1898, when, Mr. Martin  leaving for British Columbia, Mr. Mathers joined with Mr. H. M. Howell,  K. C, an arrangement which has continued to the present. Mr. Mathers enjoyed a large law practice hi lit.gation.  He was a member of the Winnipeg City  Council in 1898 and afterwards an unsuccessful candidate for Mayor  HE OWES A DUTY  TO THE PUBLIC  Tells of    Benefit Derived  Dodd's Kidney Pills  from  Why NorMe-Folks Arc Sober.  Norway seems to be the one Caucasian country -where prohibition really  prohibits. And yet it; modification of  the oft described Gothenburg system  of regulation of the liquor traffic is  not strictly prohibition, but it effectually accomplishes the desired result.  Norse folk are sober because there is  simply .iO intoxicating drink to be had  ��������� nothing stronger than the lightest  kind of beer. A generation or two ago  Norway was the most .drunkeu nation  in Europe. \ow, thanks to the new  system, it is tlie most temperate.  AVantcil-A  SJioe Fastener.  "In some respects the boot trade has  been sadly neglected by inventors,"  said a shoe dealer. "It certainly is remarkable that for ages we have been  content with only two boot and shoe  fasteners���������buttons and lace���������and yet  there is a constant and growing de-  mand for a more simple'and a quicker  device. There is a fortune waiting for  tlie inventor of a really ingenious fastener, and the sooner one comes forward so much the better for the pub-  lie and the trade."  Cures    of   Rheumatism   and  Dropsy by Canada's Great  Kidney Remedy.  Yellow Grass, Assa., N.W.T., Oct. 23���������  (Special). ��������� "I think I should let the  public know the benefit I derived from  Dodd's Kidney Pills." The speaker  was Mr. John White, well-known here,  and he voices the sentiments of many a  man on those western prairies who has  been relieved of his pains arid miserv bv  the great Canadian Kidney Remedy.  "I have been afflicted with Rheumatism for years, Mr. White continued.  "I tried doctors and medicines, but  never got anything to do much good till  I tried Dodd's Kidney Pills. What  they did for me was wonderful.  "I also know the Harris family, and  I saw their little girl, Edith, who was  cured of Dropsy by Dodd'sKidney Pills.  I know that to be true. I tell you I feel  liko recommending Dodd's Kidney Pills  even stronger than I talk,"  There is no Kidney Disease that  Dodd's Kidney Pills cannot cure.  suniicht  Soap  is better than other Soaps  but is best when used in  the Sunlight way.  Follow  ��������� directions.  SUNLIGHT  WAY OF WASHING  FIRST.���������Dip the article  to be washed In a tub of  lukewarm water, draw it  out on a, washboard and rub  the soap lightly over it.  Be particular not to mist  ���������oaplng all over. THEN  roll it in a tight roll, lay  In tbe tub under the water,  and go on the same way  until all the pieces have the  soap rubbed on, i and are  rolled up.  Then bo away for  thirty minutes to, one  hour and let the "Sun*  light" Soap do its work.  WKXT.-After waking  the full time rub the clothe*  lightly out on a wash board,  end the dirt will drop  QUt| turn the garment inside out to get at the teams,  but don't use any more  soap j don't scald or boil a  ilnnle piece, and don't  wash through two suds. If  the water gets too dirty,  pour a little out and add  fresh, If a streak is hard  to wash, rub some more  soap on It, and throw  the piece bnck into the  suds for a few minute*.  LASTLY COMES THC  RINSING, which Is to be  done in lukewarm water,  taking special care to get  all the dirty suds away,  then wring out and bang  up to dry,  ror Woolens ami Tinn-  Self proceed m follows!���������  hake tbe articles free from  dust. Cut a tablet, of  SUNLIGHT SOAP Into  shavings, pour into a gallon  of boiling water'and wltlsk  into a iatbir. . When Just  lukewarm, work artlclts in  tbe lather without rubbing. Sgneeie out dirty  water without twisting  snd rinse thoroughly in two  relays of lukewarm water.  Squeett out water without  twisting snd bang In tbs  open sir,  W-Tht most delicate  colors .may .ba aataly  -nM.UJ hi Uit "Sunlight" way.  i >  $5,000W������'���������������������  Brow that Sunlight Bpap pon-  Wm any Injurious chemloili  i or-sou  or any form <  iulteration.  I&  Your Money Refunded by tba  ������������r from whom ypu. hay  .hi Soap llrott find any  causa for eoupklat.  ICVCR DR0THCR3 LIMITED, TORONTO  Timid Copper.  Cowper always spoke in a difficult,  hesitating way. as though afraid of the  eff set of his words on his auditors.  The First Bayonet.  The bayonet was invented in 1323 by  a woman of Bayonne, and the use of  this weapon was at first strongly reprobated by military authorities. The  first battle in which a bayonet charge  decided the fate of the day was that at  Neerwinden in 1G93.  The Standard of Purity  <#  J  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  To "Pile on Asrony."  To "pile on agony" is popularly supposed to be an Americanism. It is,  however, found in one of the letters of  Charlotte Bronte and was used in English popular literature before the beginning of the last century.  Eyes and nose ran Water. ��������� C. O.  Archer, of Brewer, Maine, says: "I have  had' Catarrh for several years. Water  would run from my eyes and nose for  flays at a time. About four months ago  [ was induced to try Dr. Agnews Catarrhal Powder, and since using tha  Wonderful remedy I have not had an  attack. It relives in ten minutes." ���������  W cents.���������17  Germany'* High Bridge.  The highest bridge in Germany 13  that crossing the river "Wupper, at  Mungsteu. The bridge is * 392 feet  above the water level of the river. It  was completed in 1897, and Is one ot  the most magnificent railroad bridges  in Europe.  That Cutting Acid that arises from  the stomach and almost strangles, is  caused by fermentation of the food in  the stomach. It is a foretaste of indigestion and dyspepsia. Take one of Dr.  Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets immediately  after eating, and it will prevent this  distress and aid digestion. 60 in a box,  3������  cents.���������16  II  SALADA  II  CEYLON TEA for Matchless Quality Is far  ahead of any other Tea.  Lead Packets only  By all Grooert.  HIOHEtT AWARD ST. LOUIt, 1804.  400,50c, and 60o per (be  Black, Mixed and Ore en.  Dipped  Candles.  Dipped candle's���������that is, candles  whose wicks '���������word dipped in melted  grease time after time until they took  up enough to form, a cylinder of respectable size���������were made in Germany A. D. 1200. '���������."���������*  No one need fear cholera or any sum-  mer^oin^iFmtrtf"th"ey_haye~a-bottle���������of-  Dr. J. D. Kellog's Dysentery Cordial  ready for use. It corrects all looseness  of the bowels promptly and causes a  healthy action. This is a '������������������ medicine adapted for the young and old, rich and  poor and is rapidly becoming the most  popular medicine for cholera, dysentery,  etc.. id the market.  A. Illpr Cockroach.  A species of cockroach found In tho  Philippine Islands attains the length of  two inches. It is an omnivorous eater  and will devour calomel with as great  gusto as it will leather, canvas, paper  sud other similar materials.  II your children moan and are rest  less during sleep, coupled, when a-  walio, with a loss ot appetite, pnlocountenance, picking of the nose, etc., you  may depend upon it that the .primary  cause of the' trouble is worms, Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator effectual^  ���������"removes these pests, at once relieving  the little sufferers. '  A -tlticier Flsh,  The wife'of Max Tlnrtinnnn of Hamburg naked- hlln to bring homo some  flsh for dinner, lie said ho*would, but  between lunch and dinner lost .his  mind, wont to the koo, stole a young  alligator and took that home,  Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps,  bnt is best wben uied ln tbe Sunlight way,  Bay Sunlight Soap and follow dlrootions.  Fovoliotul Cloths.  To prevent wrinkles, the ladles of tho  court of Citthorlno do' Meilld woro a  forehead cloth tightly bound on tbelr  liuiuls,  ."��������� .       * ���������������   Ht-nllnnd.  Scotland wns mimed from tho Scotl,  n trlbo which had Its birth in north  Ireland. It was onllod by tho natives  Caledonia, "tho llttlo country of tho  Gnols," Gaol properly signifying "a  hidden rover." The Picts, who Inhabited tho lowlands of Scotland, wore  "painted men,"  A UAliEFULLY PREPAKEDTILL  ���������Much timo nnd nttontion woro ox-  ponded in tho oxporiuionting with tho  ingredients that ontor into tho composition of Parmoloo's Vogotnblo Pills bo-  tt,  :i'.c in  to thn  may bo  fere they were brought"to  .... ..  which tlmy wnrn flT*t nflWod  publio. Whatever other pills r..���������. .,���������,  Parmoloo's Vogotablo Pills aro tho rosuit  or much export study, and all persona  suffering from dyspepsia or disordered  liver and kidnoya may confidently accopt  Uiutuua uuiug v-ilml \,uo} alo ������u_>io.*������uuwiU  to bo.  Snxony.  Saxony was so called because it waa  Inhabited by the Saxons, who took  their name from the sea ax, a small  battleax or knife which tliey bore in.  their girdles.,  I.litMtty WwolNtty,  Lltwy wooImov was l'i>t mado nt tho  town of Llnsoy, In Suffolk, Ihiglaud,  about l."::('*.  Henry Clay's Voice.  Henry Clay had a voice of medium  strength, but of.singular purity. He  spoke with a strong southern accent  and in a pleasant, sympathetic tone  that carried the audience with him  from the start.  Heart relief In half an hour. ��������� A lafly  In New York State, writing of her cure  by Dr. Agnew's Cure for the Heart,  says; "I feel like one-brought back from  the dead, so great was my suffering  from heart trouble and so almost miraculous my recovery through the agency  of this powerful treatment. I owe my  Hie. to it."���������18  of  IJn.sk in it.  Buskins were high boots made  velvet or other cloth and worn by ladies and by ecclesiastics when celebrating the rites of the church.  .Hernch_r������i   Memory.  John Herschcl could remember every  figure of the long and abstruse mathematical calculations made In his astronomical work, lie often made a long  calculation, thon callell his amanuensis  aud dictated the whole from memory.  X5hQ Food  THat Builds  Maybe   you    think   of  Mooney's Sodas, only as a  toothsome   tidbit. ," Don't *���������-  overlook their food v-?l}ue ' \  Mooney's  Perfection  Cream   Sodas  are made of finest Cana^  dian wheat flour, pure but'  ter and rich cream. There's  nothing else of equal size,  and cost that contains so  much wholesome nour'  *������W ishment.  An ideal food.  All    grocers   have   them���������fresh '  and crisp in    aiftight    packages.  mm  Fern Pot  of Silver  This 8-inch Fern Pot is  a striking1 illustration of the  unequalled values Diamond  Hall can offer customers  through- having1 its own  factories.  The article is of first  quality silver plate in  Colonial design of hand  pierced effect. With a  lining of rich-colored  green pottery, it sells  complete for $5.00. *  And Diamond Hall would  return the money if by any  chance you were not  satisfied.  RYRIE  BROS.  ."   '    '��������������������������� LIMITED -  134-138 YONGE ST.  TOBOWTO .,.-   ONT.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Lotion. It never fails.. At all druggists.  Tokyo.  Tokyo is'; 100 years  Pctersburgy;^ ������������������:., ���������������������������.  older than St.  An Qtlil CttHtom.  In New England, 100 years ago, lt  was by no means uncommon for people to provide their coffins long beforo  Mieir death nnd keep them in their  Houses, whoro they could seo them  ovory day.  The Sen Otter.  The most valuable fur lu tho world Is  that of tho sea ottor. This animal ls  now almost ^--"not,  A Well-Known (Wan.  O. O. RICHARDS and Co,  ' Doar Sirs. ���������' I can recommend your  MINARD'S LINIMENT for Rhouma-  Hun and Spraini, as I havo used it for  both with oxoellont results.  Yours truly,  T. B. LAVERS,  St, John.  A Keen Appetite  and a healthy stomach indicate  an active Liver, which is enjoyed  by all who use Beecham's Pills.  (They insure strong digestion,  sweet breath and sound sleep.  No other remedy is as good as  Beecham's  Pills  Sold Everywhere.    In boxes 25 cent*.  The I3ticnl)itlun  Tree.  No ono need die of thirst If eucalyptus trees are near. By cutting a sapling into sections of about ten feet  and standing thom perpendicularly  with tho small ends down half a pint  of water may bo obtained In fifteen  minutes.  ThfgKeeley "Cure  OflojiB to the self respecting  tne' easiest   and   simplest  method of snapping the chains  .   of    ���������.'������������������   ..-,:<������������������ ;^. . ���������  LIQUOR ANDt DRUG HABITS.  Thev remedies build   up   the  whole system and removo all  craving for drink or drugs.  Write us  for  the plain facts.  Address ^  133 Osborne St., Fort Rouge,  WINNIPEG.  p. e. Box  589  Iliilr,  Tho hnlr grow* bettor In light than  In darknofis bocnuso of tho stimulating  effect ot light nnd sunshine. It has  boon ofton noticed In tho enso of men  who nit In ofllcPH wllli ono wldo always  turned toward tho light that tho mustache or board of thut Hldo grows longer than that on tho othor.  V������������iM������*iifWt.  VonoTsnola   menus   "Llttlo  Venice."  rp,**** eev]y r*v--i-*-w������ fnttnd tho natives  llvlwr in linuRt's placed on piles ln the  marshes.  WHERRY WEAKNESS��������� IS, DIS-  EASE WILL SETTLE.-Ifono suffers  (rom any organic wenknoss, inherited or  centra'*.?'!, *!,nro cl!t-r"* ������ tvin fnttir*  whon It attacks tho body. Thoroforo  drivo out tho pains thnt boflet you, do  notlot a cold or n cough hnrnss you,  and koop tho respiratory organs in good  hoaltby condition. This you can do by  using Dr. Thomas' Kclectrio Oil, Prevention is tho ivi-Ji-st course.  $100 REWARD $100.  Tho romlorH of this pnpor will l>o ploitHod to lonm  tlmt Utciru U tit loitxt 0110 dromlftil iHn-ii-ho that Nclunco  lmn boon ltl>lo In curo Itt nil Hh ntiiuon, 11ml that In  Ciitnrrl*. Hiill'ii Oatarrh Ouro In tlto only pon!t,lvo  -���������urn now ltnmvn to tlto iiiodlt'itl fraternity. Oatarrh  liolnu a I'OniililitlU'iiial d.-n-a-n, nxiuii'.H a cunntitu.  tlniiiii truttimt'iit. JIiiII'm I'utitrrli Curo 1*4 titkott In-  Hirnully, actinn d I rout I.v on Out hlo-id and nincmm  HiirfuooH nf tlio nyKi-)iii, Ilinri'liy di'nt'mylnu tlio foundation of tlu, iHn-aMo, nnd itlvln** tlio patlont MronKtli  iy mil id liiu up H'.o mnstltut'itm nnd hhmUUiik nnt tiro  lit liolnu (tit work, TUtt pniprli-tom lutvo fn niuoh  faith In llsctit'iitlvo power*" tliat tlioy offor Ono llutt-  died Dollar* for any ni-etlint It fniln to euro. Hotttl  for linlof tbiitlmoii'.iil-i.  Adilro"*!! K, .1. f'HKNKV .t Co., Tolndo, O.  Hold liy driiKitlnlH "He,  Tako HuU'h I'tttnlly 1'llln for fotnttlpatlon.  IIM Ph3������53i  Canadian Co-operative Co. Ltd.  John McVicar, Mgr.  CommUnlon Merchants and dottier. In alt  kind, of GWAIN. Conelsnmontij .ollelUd.  Write photte or wire ua tor partloulirt,  Otfloer30S Molntyro Blook, Winnipeg  Itch, Mange,' Prairie scratches, Cuban Itch on human or animals, cured  in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion, It never fails, At all druggists.  "Each baseball player should write  the story of his lifo, for Bale to the  fans on tho bleachers.' "Do you supposo they would tal<o It?" "Sure! I  havo seen momonts when every fan at  tho game fairly howled for the llfo-  of tho umpire."  J.ttminim* Shrintiin.  LuiiiinoiiN HlirluipH havo boon discovered In Um courso of dooj) sea ll.dilug  In the Mediterranean. They llvo at a  depth of 1,100 to 1,000 fathoma und are  studded with small phosphorescent  spots, which light their way through  tho gloomy depths,  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  TttndM,  Among the children of many countries tho ldon Is Inculcated that umds  cun spit poison. Hovoral allusions aro  mado In Kugllsh lllcruturo to the further, notion'that in the heads of tends  may bo found an antidote for tho pol������  sou of Uiuir Bpuuc,  Tho intiery* nu( fit which wna nohnd  at. Fort Fa'Io by tho Provincial polico a  short tlmo ago, and for operating which  Win, Hunt anil IiIh ���������iiwBocliitoB woro  llnocl over $1,700, has boon given hack  to tho lottery syndlcato by ordor of tho  Dupiii'tiiient of tho Atlornoy-Gonoral on  condition that lt bo taken out; nf Canada and not. used ln Iho country again.  It was baxod up at. polico headquarters  yesterday and shipped away, but its  (lostiiinUou has beon kept secret.  Ono of tho most promising things  about our civilization today Is that,  nldo by side wilit tho greed for KOld, ls  tlio over-growing mission of humanity  for good, Tho numbor of pooplo who  prefer to bo useful to their follow-  mon rather than to mako monoy Is  constantly increasing. This passion  for good Is tho salt of humanity; it  Is what makes us bollovo ln tho future  ul iho itu.������.  ,.Wh#n HhtJimstlim dotiblts a roan up  tthyiioltn and ���������uff������r������r allka Iom heart  lnd ofun dupatr of l our*, but htr������s  thb ������������������������������������ptlon, Wm. Ftff, of Norwood.  Ont, aaysj "I wu naariy doubled up  with rhaumatiam. I got three bottlea  if South American Rhoumatia cur* and  they cured m*. U'������ the quickest acting  mediclno I *ver aaw."���������17  Jn.qhun limit, nn  ovor hy a train  killed.  ndlnn,   wns  uour Belleville  run  and  W    Vm   U   Mo 836  That Cough  which ordinary remedies lwvc not reached,  vrlll quickly yield to A  Cray's Syrup of Red Spruce gum  Tt tttrtm th*** ftMTT, A*mr**r.t*il mti.*Am-X������*t.t ewny  thaeoreuete-heeli tht thr������at-������������r������n';t1tenf the lung*.  None th* tei* effevtIt������ beeeute it ie piceMnt to take,  Jurt try one bottle end ���������������'* bow q-olrklj** you get rid  of tbat cou|h. At your AtvgtimU. tie. bottle. ���������%.  JAPANESE  at a Low Price.,  Wholesale *nd Retail.  Sweet and Clean quality  j5o lbs....,......,,.. $2.65  K������ A  Vo. B Japtajnt,....CwnjJberian<i B.C.  For CANDIES  Novelties,  Pictures,  Frames and cleaning  of frames.  D.   HUNDFN  Cumberland  Morrochi Bros,  -B_A.ZK!IEjIE?;0  "DREAD, Cakes and Pies delivered daily to any part oi City.  XT OTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN ihat ap  x^ plication w.'l 09 made to tho��������� Legi������"  tviv. Atfaembiy of tno Provittoe of  British Columbia, at itis uaxt Season, for a  Private Bill to iaorporat. a Co.Tiparty lo  build, equip, maintain und operate a line or  li-sea of railway, either 8tJUi!__r<_ <st -a-trrow  _augaf Jrom a point at or oeart*$uate_.o Sd.  on tbe We������t Coast of Vancoasrer ������*tls.nd by  the most direct'and feasible route to a point  >t or near Sejpjjur Narrows thence along  Bute iulot by the moat direct and feasible  route to a point  on the Chilcotin river and   thonco   by   tbe  most direct and feasible route  to the Pine  River Pais; ami also witn  power to cqip,  uouatruct and maintain branch !ine��������� aud all  necessary bridges, roada, ways and ferries;  and to build, own and maintain wharves and  docka iu connection therowith;; and to build,  own, equip and maintain steam and other  vessels and boats, and operate  tbe same on  any navigable waters within the Proviucb.;  and to build, equip,   operate and maintain  telegraph and telephone linesjn connection  ���������vith tbe said railway and bianehus,  aud to  geuerate eleotricity for tho supply of light,  hoat and power; and to acquire lauds, bonus  as, privileges or other aids from any Cover *���������  ment, Municipal Corporations or other per-  oona or bodies, aad to levy and collect tolls  :rom all parties using telegraph or telephone  lines, and on all freight, passing over any of  such   roada, runways,    tramways,   ferrits,  tfharve* and ve_sois huiit by the Company;  and with power to make traffic   and   othor  arrangements With  railway,  steamboat or  other Companies ttud for all other ueoessary  or incidental right a, powers, and privileges  iu that behalf.  Dated at Viotoria B.C. the 23rd day of  . November 1905.  PETERS & WILSON  Solicitors for the Applicants,  J10  FULL STOCK OF  Groceries  GH. TARBELL,  High Grade stoves  ftndall.KitcbenKoquirementa  i- . ���������    i  ^PORTSMBNS^GaO^B^^T""  jt 0BNBRAL HARPWAUK  M���������\--.  -0-   ' I P������  .��������� a ��������� r,rr  jK'^*������tf.f������.-������I.CSt.  -O-  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat an  appb afcion will bo va-At to thc Leg-  j,tlftiwc Assembly of th������ Province of  British Columbia at itu next Sension  for an  Act to revive, ra^fy an    eordir..** the Co-.v-  ichau-Albernl and Fort Ruport Railway Oo  Act, and extending tha time for  commencing construction of the s������id railway, and ol  txpeuding ten per oe'Jt   oi   the   Company's  ���������.-apical thereon, and to empower the   Ci;i**-  pauy to extend its railway from  scy point  on its line to the City of Victoria, or to nuv  point on ISsqnimalt' Harbor; or iu the alternative to incorporate a Gompauy  to  buiM  the line of railway set out in  the Aut of Incorporation of the said Compjuiy, with   -.ne '  extension hereinbefore nlontion������<i, and with  all the powers contained in the Model Railway Bill.  Dated at Viotoria B.C., 22nd No/embor,  I J, Henry's  Nurseries    And   Greenhouses'.*  3010  WESTMINSTER ROAD,  VANCOUVER,    -    B.   C  Main mirnery for Fruit Stock-  South Vancouver, oue mile south  of city. Branches at Victoria and  Matsqui for Bcoda; and Nursery  Slock growing. Extra large* planting for  full   deMvery,  One year apple, 4 to  112 per 100; tipple 2, 3 and 4 yours  old, $18 to $20 per 100; May nurd  Plum $1 each  Large imporation of  Bulb* from  Japan, Holland and France.  Extra   nice  ohoise of,   Cherry, j  Peach, Plum, Aprioote,  etc.,     now  growing for fall order.   No expense  loss or delay of fumigation   or  inspection.  Let me price your list before  placing your 'order. Catalogue  free. Greenhouse P tents, Flor  Work, BeoSupplies, Fruit packages  Fertilizer*, etc. Garden, Field ..and j  Flower Seeds in season.  M. J.  HENRY  JR0BERTSON & ROBFRTSON  Solicitors for the Applio-tnta,  jtO  TJJADB MAnKJat  OI8IQN8,  OOPYHIOHTft Act  Anyone Mndlnr a nketeta and description may  que*!? BuoerUIn, freo, wljctbfc: an invention us  probably patentable. Comraunteattonn strictly  canfldentrftl, Oldottt ajron<iy-Cor������eoaiin-tp(itoato  In America.   Wn havo a Washington oi������lco.  Patents tokeu through Hum A Co. iw/Afw  aemlai notice is Uio  scientific mtmm,  Hoo* ok FAtiwTa wnt tm, AOanm  MUNN  A CO.,  Ml mtOmLdwat, Hew teem.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRBT0U8H  CANDY, KJlUim  flWARH A TOBACCOS.  IP-WinIIHI   -I..' IIH4.ll'WI'M|.il..U������tXIJWtejWI������B!Wt__W  HARNESS  U     WfLLAttl) In prtr/trcMl to  *    fill nny Ortlori for Pino or  H������*vy HaniHwi, it alwrt nottoe.  t^.  WLIARDJ^.     Cumberland,  Fop Kalsomlnlng^ Pape^-hanglng  Qhtina  and    Painting.      ���������k,������  HiOH'u. <������Jc<jrtbuuH,  Cumberland Hotel.  NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that an  application will bu made to the legislative Assenibly of tho Province if  British Columbia, at ita nust Nation, lor an  Aot to incorporate it, Compauy with power  to acquire, purcbaae, oonattaot ac:l opoi-ato  the undortaliinn*) of tb������ Y'Aiiouuvtjr ,*tud  0������a������t Koxitonay Rail way Company; tho Al-  bwrai and Oowichai: Railway Company; the  Katnlooptt and AiUj> Rullway Company; and  the Midway aud Vernonlinijlw-iy -Diitipany;  and to aoquiw all the right*, powcru and  privilege;! of thc nai-d ^ompaninH; and with  Etower to exertwiio all tho puwr.ta tionto.b*ed  i3 the Aotn of Incorporation of tho said Com  p*nio������; and with power to aoquiro, puroi\Hiw>'.  ooDBtrnot and operate the   undortRliio���������   of  any other Railway Oouiptiny or Compaiiieu;  aad wifh power to HuUaorilKj for and our*  ohase tho utock, bonda, dflbanturosor ether  soouritioa of any Railway Company; and to  exohtuigu the ntook or ottier IjohcIk,  dobou-  turea or other Hciotiritlen of the Company to  he incorporated tor the nttx-ree, stock, deben*  turen,  bondn or   other txtouritien  of   a<ty  olh������ir Riiilway Compu-ayt and with power to  l.Moroaw) tho onpit&l of the (Inmpavty to hn  incorporated; and with powti*to innui> sharen  aa fully paid np; and to boi.rov/ ntouoy on  the Ottinimny's atwet* by any form of tecuri-  tv; and with p.'WtrttJ promote any Rnilwnj'  Cumpooy or Companies, or to air.nl^amato  with any Company or Oonupaniea; aud with  all tho othnr ami m-tooeaary powern oocduc.  ivti to the carrying oat of tbo Company's tin  dertokinn,  Dated at Victoria B.C. thia 2Snd. day ol  November, 1005.  KOIUJRTSON & ItpBEUTSON,  fiuliulUiri tor tho ' A^plloauU.  J10  FOR    PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  SOLID GOLD WATCHES  SOLID GOLD CANES  DRESSING CASES' ,  CUT GLASS and  STERLING SILVER.  Inscription Engraving free and 0at  short notice.  STODDART,  Watchmaker   and Jeweller,  :       WILLIAMS BROS.        i  ;Liverv Stable;  ��������� Teamsters and Dkavmrn    ���������'  I     SlNOLR  AND   DOUBMS   KIGB     ���������  t   fok HntB.   Ail Ohdbrs   '  ��������� PUOMPTLY    ATTKXDEH    TO.     ���������  : Third St., Cumberland,BC!  llJ.)lU..-.t-^JUUI._lJaii.lBj|jlJK*J-!lV'll,LIJ,..t.lJ.uU)JJIL.lU.lt������  When in CMtolanl  8TAY AT THE   VEND OME.  I*   Am. OojfVfiKiENOM soa Qvwm,  Ta** Ban ������ Supiijrd with  est Liquors and Cigars  immiihii  IWWMW U JIJIH1IU.IH I  wttmat%  met  A Qaaranteod Cure for Piles.  Ktohtng, Blind, Dlcwtlu(j or PirAtmrlibg  l*\\tm, UrngB'-iU rotund money if PAZO  01NTMKNX fall* to onro any oawi, no mat  tw ol how low* ftjodlftg, 1������ 0 *.o li d*ys,  Plnrt application give* mi* and runt. SUo,  If yonr diujufi-st lunvu'i it tend 60o lu itampa  and it will be torwanted pout-paid hy Pari*  Modlclne Co,, 9t Loult, Mo,  H. A, M1UA  ooooo ooooooooopoooc  o  NtmmmsmvEhp.  the leodiiiK miiHttg i*.*i..<u������,i (,t  ine world, wit it the atrrmeiNtt ������������������'('���������rifvi  atattatHny V.QUiita-l ,.���������l,.l^*.ti..���������.  ,  ���������it*?S!Uwf.*a'w ��������� *������# <' ���������' '������������������'���������d-  ing u.������., Can^iuit, Moti-vin -h*^,,)  WMJO-.TI"H ii/rur.  *A* Peart t\u������H, Htv Vorl  I When in l-'oj/rtonfiy Pity At  The Courtenay Motel  Ev-ry copvcxtftiiv- Uf ���������>n(������y<'*-.  'iijM iK-nuul Kitii jot 0'>ar������*������ r4 j*a  A3_TID  eamin  O I am prepared Lo  ������ furnish Stylish Rigs  O and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  Wa^erlJ fI otel  First-Class Accommodation  ....at Reasonable Kates....  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  ammaTMmmmmMmawmmm**xenmw*Mma*a*mm^  INTERESTING        INSTRUCTIVE  "CORRECT  ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly MAcuzzHa Dbvcstsd to tub  Use or Ejr-ausK.;  JoaEjmNB Tbuck Ejsxim, Editor.  STROM 01A1MD  COURTENAY, B.C.,  jgR.������EDER of    olstein Cattle, Chester White Pigs,,   Barred Plymout  Rockb, &c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  Partial Contents for this Month.  Course in Eni������Ii*h for the Beginner.  Course iu English for the Advaayjad PupU.  How to Increase One's Vocabulary.  The Art of Convwetuion.  Should and Would:   llow to Use them.  Pronurtoiatiooa (Oenttwy Diotionary).  Oorreot Euglfah in the Home.  Correct English in the Sohool.  What to Say und What Not to Say.  Couroe in Latter-Writing aod Puuotruabioa.  Alphaha'Jo list of Abbrttvintions.  Busineuu Jbiiglish for ihe Bnaiuesa Man.  Compound Word:    How to Write Them.  Studies in Engltuh Literaiuro.  The Great Bnqlish Remedy.  A Positivo cure for all forms of   ,_ Soxualweaknc88, Mental and  S__w*D wmr Br?in ^orrr.EssihaimiTs^rt  T&ZZtoea, Impoteney. ElTects of Abuso or  SSSSlJ^-i* *YMoh* iead to Consumption,  innrmity, Insanity and, an early grave Pri���������  91 Per TAB., a* for 85. Ono wUl pfou&W w2l  cure. SoTdbyoUdtnggigto or mailed in oSto  paokaeoon receiptor price. WriteforPnmDhleV  . .c  ICT  S$l a Year.  Send 10c for sample copy  CORRECT ENGLISH, Evansion, III.  "CUBAN    BLOSSOM'  A UNION MADE CH1AR  FROM   THE��������� a  Cuban Cigar Factory  THE  Kt. J. BOOTH, Proprietor,  FREE  SOUVENIR  0w������ JotaxLvm oi _Ir_*>������>  I~F*BW,uTIS}Sbry������5&e  wrntehw the gjnatcat tw*.  wnflttes. _odlItaow ci do  feaga.ia* to (homttjltl*  Cwiipeteut to exploit th������  t���������������$* rf ������il������ ������e������cm o#  Tm WcaauyB Woa_.M  FREE  SOUVENIR  vtj  tV*.?VjTtv;i  -M.A.n������-Xw.A.t s-tsriteM-  "Tiwo ttojM;J ovettiue aod  Tau V^onuifs Wowk haa  tuA yet reached cm. Pray  tuake a noto of thi*. f  rhould rortio not )mv������ to  resun to-rio}imco.M  Tm BK} SPEGAL AUGUST NUMBER OF  -������/^'*' THB WORLD'S WORK  rj&0e r������i-L?���������.Ulub }������ H,c fffn������������ ������i)tor.������la\ ni Port|������id.   T������l WoRU)*8  ^_,      " ,e,u "'������������' *���������������������*������������*, magrcatmuuazuis uilUim  Tha Lewis and CIai������k Ezposfttoa ai Portknd  . . THK WORLD*) WORK  SL^lW"?,00 H1*^ ������������������w Manitobl, .pM of nocttn tkm Km  wno we flomff th������m.   ft >, a hhm ^ w OWp ,im&^up(,rh, |���������uetrated<  ������^2m^tett*WQr|Jw,!8* S������������������M Read'TUB WORLDS WORK  DOUBtB&AV, PAGE ������ C0IBPAW. fitf.137 c������l HBx si, N������w VWU  mm*   s    Hotel  BmwJmmmTJSOmm O 33A.VI9, IP^^XBT,  EokHhIi 4 x UU11TUN aiwityo ou tap;    ulao, tho Jamom MILWAUKUK  WKKKH-Anhonner, Bohumlan, Molilits:, Ao.      "OLD OKRY BKAHD"  SCOTCH WHISKY,        Boat Wintm imd Liquor* of all'kinds.  Th* Uoardityj and Lodging Ditpartmant, uucler tho immediate Buperiutoudeaoo of Mm  D'ivic<, will bu found Fir/tt uIohi iu uvcry rwrpeot.  RATEa   $I.oo por day upwnrd*.  ���������mA  i^one Uut th.': li.  RATF.J  l.-'iuors i  gD. KILPATRICK     5  6 CUMHL'IUANP ������  2 o0000000000000000  Campbell's : BAKERY  A Vino Election of OASES alwftyo on hand  JTOE3H liBKAB every day.  Ordert. for B1PE0IAL 0AKJB8 promptly atto������d������d to.  Dunsmuir Avenue,  Omlierlantl,  t'T?m,l'?!?\tf^^m'.!!W*m^  Htt,y*ii:)l>  lirtK-w"^?!*w'** 1"fc*'"J*"*"1i^Tnw,iB*������*)a**^iiit.ii^  h't^yn.  ')'*!������!'; ti. i" 1 stun,  0  To Cure a CrM ki C  tc!m Laxative Bromo Cl^- ^r;v; xmi*:*. ye ^ &       m ^^ k THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Ev������ry Tuesday,  W. B. ANDBB8CN,    -      - -      MGK  The oolumna of TaS Newb are opon to al)  who wish to express therein views en mat*  tent of pnblio interest,  While we da not hold ourselves re jvobrI-  ble for the utterances of oorre&poadani.., we  eserve  the right  of  declining  to tm-er  ontmuMoations onnecesstuily personal.  WEDNESDAY, December 27 i905  topiialt A Nanaimo. Ey  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.'  ���������^rxcrrosix^.���������cca^orsc     xsotctte  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling at   North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, 6Maple Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  ot passengers offer.  Leaves Nana',mo., Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Uni n 15ay and Comox  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Njtnaimo.  Braves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leave������ Comox Friday, 7 a.in., for Na-  ntimo and way potts.  Sails from Nanaimo Frida>, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, calling at Kuper and Tlietta  ���������Islands, Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowich-  ���������nn Bay and Nonh S.<anich when  freight and  passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  'VANCOUVER - NA1VAXMO - LADY-  S'Jai'XH   KOTT'l-E  s. a:  JOAN."  Sails from Nanaimo for. Vancuver  ���������daiU, except S.ttur.iay. and Sunda-s 7  a tn.  Sails from Nanaimo for Vancouver,  Saturdays at 8 *,m.  S.uls from Nanaimo foi Ladysmith,  Trid-tys an<l Saturdays at 5.30 p.m.  S.iiU from I.ndysmith for Nanaimo,  'Saturdays at 6 ..in.  Salts, from Vancouver for Nanaimo  -daily, except Saturdays and  Sundays at  1.30 p.m.  Sails from Vancouver lor N *nMii:'t������>,  Saturday* at 2.3  p.m.  TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE  OCTOBER 21at   1005.  VIOTOUIA TO WELLINGTON.  Se, 2-Daily. No. 4���������Sunday  ji.n, p.m.  jDe, 9 <() Viotoria Do, 3.00  "' 9.28 Ooldstrown  ������������������   3.28  ������������������ 1<U'4 Kocnig'H  "   4.24  " 11.00. .Imnoan'a,....,, <���������  5,00  p.m. r.M,  ������������������12M.,  ,��������������� -Nannlmo  "   6.42  Ar 12,53..   ..   Wellington Ar, 6.55  WBLLItfO'i ���������*��������� TO VICTORIA.  Wo, 1-Dsil N.. ������   s.iiwUj  A, ax,                                      A.M.  D* 8.00 Wellington D������. SI 00  ���������������   8.20 Nanaimo  ���������������   8.15  10.02..,..,,,Danotii'.i  ������������������   5.00  ������������������ 10.42 K.>ooig*a,.. .... ������������������   6 36  "11.38 CulrtHtrram  "   0.32  Ar 12.06 Viotoria  Ar 7.00  Tl'.ousund Mile .ind Commutntion IV-  Veto on sale, good ovct mil and stc'iiu-M  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excur-  lions, ond reduced ntes for parties may  be arranged fot on application to the  Dist. Pass. Agent at Victoria.  The Company renerves the ripht tn  change'without previous notice, steamers  sailing dates and hour's of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on .Sale Irom ami iu  all Stations, good lor tfoing journey *r������at-  urday ar.d Sunday, returning not later  than Monday.  J, W. TROUP, Gon. Sup. B C Count Sor,  O. L. COURTNEY, Dist. Vtt. ft Pass. Ag  NOTICE.  Riding oq loconiDtiveH and   rail  mtxy earn of  tho   Uvifon  Colliery  Company by any  pornon   or   ]*r  8ont<���������except train crow���������*-.������ strictly  prohibited.    KmpioyoeB  ar*- ^u^l���������  foot ttidiamiiHttl for allowing same  By oruer  FuAuuii D. Little  Mauagor.  SPO  a������* Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ���������wlttx  RODams  If you like to read ot the experiences o!  anglers, shooters and campers or yuJitlag;  or If you are Interested in country life, ask  your newsdealer for Forest and Scream,  or write for free specimen copy, cr send  twenty-five cents for fout weeks' trial trip.  Forest and Strc.\nv Is tt large illustrated  weekly laurnul, which contains thcfollowlnB  departments:  Game Bag and Cm.       Nattral History.  Se* and River fe'ishin-t,   Yeclttto,-,  The Sportimu;t Touu-ast, Canoesa6,  Rifle and Trap, Kennel.  We send free cur catalogue ot the besi books  on outdoor lite and recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  ��������� 346 Broadway. New Vork City.  *^K^������H4,^H,4'^^W^~M4*H*  A BOOK THAT TO  FAPMER CAN  AFFORD TO 8H W :Ti IGL'T  ':\\ \A) I M \\a  TWO HOUR3 OF ROMANCE.  The pit* is on.   They sit,  SI19 ec<3 tha stags  Aod watchoa etery action tfiore portrByed,  He sees lut her and, seeing her, sees uii���������  Her fart? a page,  Whereon the play is scriven, bit by bit.  He roads, and then &hc sinilee, unconscious maid.  Hia lifw into tho mold of hers do fall.  toro loses.   On her cheek  There shines a p-Witl,  love triumphs.   In.Iter eyes there nita a twsg.  Drc-Rins ho: If Imitation claim a tear,  Then, tend'rest girl.  What, what would passion claim?   Nay, fool ant}  weak, "    ..  You want not tears end pity, but you long:  To make the love light in those eyes sppearl  Below them plpo of wood  Ami rpstned strln-j  All tibrate softly, whispcritigt of hopej   .  Then   es   his  heart   beats  higher  with  *Aa  thought  Of reigning king, ��������� ���������  Burst into strains of triumph.   Leap. 0 bloodt  Tho curtain'B down.   Lights up.   Tlto play t������  o'er.  Bho sigha; bo sighs, end romance ie no more.  ���������Stribner's Magazine*.  -ict,u^m.Yj~.-&rm**.iMiMtfxi-Mi������i.t.n.*am&vwm  Cumberland  Hotel:������������������^  COR. DUNSMIUI? AVENUE  n    AND    SECONI;     STREET.  CUMBERLAND   B. 0.  Mk.**. ,7. H. Pikct', Propnetres?-.  When uv Onmlioi'laiK; lio *.*ur������v  miil rft-jy ci, iho Cumberland  Hotel, b'irst-Oiass Accomodation for transient and pernjau-  ent boarders.  Sample Rooms and PudHc Hall  Run In Connection with Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  IMWWW imnnw  E,   EMDE,  v'i  ft  11  0  p?  z  fi  H  Sab  <l  6  fi  M  *____  I-  tf.  fi  <  t  H  M  ra  H  W  MH  hiM  oo  Si  '���������  Or-i *  fl|      [x  Jr. \ emm  H Q  p I   *  Ul  ; rd St.,   CoinbarlaBd  m\  A.2<rr)  \m\  Compiled by the AgricxxltrurBi Editors  of the Family Herald and Woekly  Stwr of Montreal,   at She request  of     Hundreds      of    Ees-dero.  IT  CAN  BE HA������  FfUSE   o ���������   The most1'complete Fanners'  Handbook ant- Veterinary Guide  over issued. Simple and practical information of the greatest  value to ev������������������.���������ry-former.  Three hundred and fifty-eight  rubjects deakVit'h; every one of  interest and many-of them illustrated.  Our     pecial  Offer  Wt> of?i*tr a full year'r" PubBcription  i������ the CuiSBEKLAKD News, a full  yoars.suhscripiitifi to that .gventest,  of aU Weeklies, fbe Fjimily Herald  jtiid Weekly Star, of Montreal, including their beautiful picture,  "Qaeeii ASexsndra.' HerOraisdcbild  ren and dog", nnd a copy cf "The  Rmm.-i-'H Manual and Veterinary  Guide", all.fur $200. A sample  copy of'the picture and book can be  ���������een at this office.  NANAIMO, B.C  The yearly return of the Bock Bear season is   of interest to the  brewer as well as the public, and tha  UNION BOCK BSER POR 1904  Will again ebaw that spooittl caro haa been taken m the nmnufacture of tho auporior  articlo.    The Uuion Brewing Co,*s Book has bemt breweed for a uumbar of tnoaths  and Btojed iu thoir famous oollart uutil it has ro������chcd 'he pjnyot age, and ia now  ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HOrELH.  Obtainable in Packets ai.o in bulk.       The beat value in the marked  LOCAL AGENTS���������Cumberland,  Courtenay,  Messrs Napier & Pae*_bidob.  Messrs J. McPhee & Son .  THE HUDSON'S BAY CO.,  DISTRIBUTING AGENTS,  VICTORIA, B.O.  -o���������  "isis" ft?, k m. oo.  Cumberland     B. C.  Tho only reif������ ulTftituti I utontUly  mediflinoon wJjlnh woraejj con  dupond. Sold ln two dogroee of  Ht-vpni/th���������No. 1, for ordinary  t'ii8f������,iftporhox; No. 8, JO do-  frre*fl otronpov for Speoial  Caa������it, U yer box. Sold try aU  drvqqiata, Aek for Cook'h Cotton Koot Compound; tako no  imttRtitQte.  "She Cook Medlolno Co.,     Wlntlaor, Ontario.  Cont of na-rveflttnfif Wheat.  The expense of harvcHfintf a thousand y  ccroa of wheat Is not tnort' than $6(Ws  j  This amount is exclusive, of course, oi  the planting.  Thi? plowing of a liold costa  ?1   pw  acre.    If  th������>  wheat raiser  1*  wealthy, he will purchase, a-_teun);.p|o^  End do the work of plowing himself, thu������  enving one of the biggpst iteaia of or-  pyiise.   To drill tbe wheat In tho ground  cont!? 10 cents per acre, while seed costa  about 50 cents n bushel, threo pucka belug  used for each b'-to.  It n roan v.nk'.-s you a c/.v'stlon j'OCi  enn't aiiswoi-., innlte your ii-.ikwt po  liinjs and .shuilowy thut be will ho glad  to ton not his qlHMHtlOW.  It hx dffficult to convince the mnn who  Is tttarvitig that the world Is growing hotter or tho one wbo has just dined well  that it la getting worse.���������Pltuburg Di*  Witch.  A Witt? Reply of Pop������.  A* narrated by Edward Walforfl In  his "Greater London," Frederick,  prince of Waies, sometimes yisited At  exauder Popo at his villa. On one occasion when the princo was on a visit  ���������Pope, after ������xpr_sslng. tlie mostdutlful  professions of attachment, gave his  royal highness au opportunity of ob-  eorvlng very shrpwdly that bis (the  poet's) love for prluces was Inconslst*  ent with his dislike for kings, since  princes may it) tlmo become Wnga Said  his royal highness;  "Mr.  Pope,  I  h������ar yon don't Uk������  princes." n     "  "8!r, I hog your pardon."  "Well, then, you don't llko Utngs."  "Sir, L must own that I like tho Uoa  beat beforo hio cIuvph aro grown,"  No reply could well havo boon baj*  plw.  I  utJmtwM ������*ttAiM*wm ���������tnmV������t***(XWSVmmmmwna**fW.������m^  mm  PI  ���������*x.,i'.UIj  mi ������������������ *yty-vi:, *���������?. ^xi-'mJ  \WiU^_m^^mW^i  V'ffikk'ky Vii'iv, ���������'V','l'W  few!*.WJl','>;^'  W*>.*h&'.fo\W*jj  *���������'������������������ ..- ^JW^Jf-iVW^I  I'N '.> , V' ��������� ��������� -., . -' -i ( ^  y,-.>,*-t. tj-���������e*'tt  >m"'J!f1/>'j  "* W. i   *\t. i  ���������   I* ,*���������������������������'   .,   *.  Iv,-.'- /��������� *)���������������j;^.\fi  :.:'"-..��������� :-���������-"/.":-;;,'���������;, I  '��������� r ;.-   .. -  ���������<���������   i-      ��������� .������' *  *. ',  t-^J-l'."^  ., <  od  ^eoteh  t  ^> titer**  %Jhhml^H.  TheHUDSOiMSBAYOO,  Sole Agents for B. C  A/  fl Cash or Cure  If Shiloh *s Consumption Cure fails to curs  yoitr Cold or Cough, you get back all you  ��������� paid for it.   You are sure of a Cure or  the Cash.  If it wasn't a sure cure, this offer would  not be made.  'Can anything be fairer ?  If you have a Cold, Cough, or any disease  ������f the Throat, Lungs or Air Passages, by  SHILOH  3 3  25c. per boltle.    All dealers guarantee il.  'EXPLOSIVE SEA SHELLS.  'One Explodes With Formidable Noteo  Like Dynamite Bomb.  Nature has made many kinds ol  bombs ii), the shape of sea pods which  open with great force and project the  contents to a considerable distance.  There is a.seashell which explodes  with a formidable noise and suggests  a veritable dynamite bomb.  Not long ago a young lady wandering on the shore of Mobile Bay picked  -up a handful of shells left by the tide.  Among them were the shells of a  :small marine snail, the largest of  -���������which were not more than a half inch  in diameter. She dropped them into  lier pocket and forgot all about 1,hem  llll some days afterward she noticed  an unpleasant odor which came from  her wardrobe. On taking the shells  from her pocket one of them dropped  <on the floor and exploded with a sharp  noise loud enough to be heard in an  adjoining room. She tried another with  the same result. The shells were  then examined, by a scientist, who  found the mouth of each firmly enclosed by a membrane of greater or  less thickness, formed by the drying  ������o������ the animal's slime. This had prob-  ���������u'aly .occurred soon after removal from  the moisture of the beach, and the  inhabitants of the shell dying, the  Jigases of decomposition had entirely  ���������filled the air space. On exerting a little pressure a loud explosion was produced, the shell fragments flying in  .gill directions. Out of a dozen shells  only two failed to explode. The conditio us. most successful in making the  ���������experiment seemed to be removal from  the beach in hot, dry weather, which  caused the slime to be exuded in  greater quantities than usual and  ���������dried up rapidly.  ���������������������������=���������^A'*hat_the~*Stames-e��������� Eat:    ;    *""  "Siamese food principally consists of  dried, frequently rotted, fish and rice,  done into curries which comprise a little of about every kind of condiment,  and  especially a very. popular sauce  called   namphrik.   a chutney-like and  thoroughly mixed  thing made of red  pepper, shrimp, garlic, onions, citron,  .ginger and tamarind seeds. The only  'Reason for the fish being putrid is bo-  ���������'������������������ cause tho natives, like it so, for fish  are-plentiful in the rivers and fisher-  ���������-' Then ��������� numerous, though their ways of  catching are rather amusing and antique, One favorite method, borrowed  ���������from the Chinese, is beating the wa-  j-Jerp with long bamboo sticks to fright-  'en' 'the fish into an eight or ten foot  squarish  net, which  is  lowered  into  tho river from  a framework on tho  luuik by,a system nf wheels and ropes  ran4 pulleys, and hoisted    up    again  "when tho catch Is complete. A recent  traveler says that when tlie flsh In tbo  curry chanced to be dried instead of  ���������deceived, ho found the decoction no-  ' cldcflly toothsome.    In fact, a really  vscood curry is in a class   apart,   and  ono must ro to Tnrlla "V the Far East  to got it at its host. Fomotlmes tho  natives eat pork and oftentimes chick-  cm, but for the most part vice and the  flsh curvy constitute* (heir chief diet,  euppU'inonfcd by the fruit of the country, of which there are many kinds���������  mnn.TOfltonn,  million,  plnennpK    bnn-  ������.nn,'orange, bread fruit, nntl that most  healthful und f-orvlivg of all Siamese  fruits, tho papaya, which grows back  from the water nnd Is a gioonlsU ovul  amlon that suggests cantaloupe when  opened.  A ,Tftji.'iiM'm-t������  Pint t'l-U,  -Out- of llie .l,i*'ji ;<���������������������������������������������<.- wi.'-o s:nv.-i l.t;  "Kirst tin* mnn tn!;���������.'* a drink, Hien Iho  drink tiikiM a drink, then tlio Urlul:  taken ������ man."  BLOOD DISEASES  Can all be Cured by the Use of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  More than half the disease in the  world is caused by bad blood ��������� weak  blood, blood poisoned by impurities.  Bad blood is the cause of all the headaches and backaches, the lumbago and  rheumatism, the neuralgia ami sciatica,  tho debility and biliousness aud indigestion, the paleness and pimples and all  the disfiguring skin diseases like eczema,  that show how impure tho blood actually is. It is no uso trying a different  medicine for each disease, because, they  all spring from the same causo ��������� bad  blood. To curo disease you musr get  right down to the root of the trouble in  the blood. That is what Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills do. They mako new, rich  blood. Common medicines only:touch  the symptoms of disease. Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills root out the cause. That is  why these pills curo when doctors and  common medicines fail. Here is positive  proof:-^-"I suffered agony from indigestion," says Mr. Fred Fillis, of Grand  Desert, N. B. "I had no appetite for  my meals and no energy for my' work;  my stomach caused mo constant distress  aud everything I ate lay like lead on  my chest. At times I felt my life a burden. I was always doctoring, but it did  me no good. Then a little book came  into my hands, and I read Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills would cure indigestion. I  got them and began taking them, and I  soon found they were helping me. My  appetite began to improve and my food  to digest bettor. I used the pills for a  couple of months and I was well. Now.  I am always ready for my meals and I  can eat anything, and all the credit is  due to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I keep  the pills in the house all the time, and  I occasionally take a few as a precaution.  I can honestly advise all dyspeptics to  use this medicine, as I am sure it will  curo them as it did me."  Give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a fair  trial and they will cure you, simply because they make that rich, strong blood  that disease cannot resist. See that you  get the genuine pills, with the full name  "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale  People," on the wrapper around every  box. You can get them from your medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents a box  or six boxes for ������2.50 by writing the Dr.*  Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  .      . .        ..I  A Strange Plant.  A species of acacia in the far east  Is one of the strangest plants known.  ~At-sunset-it-closes4ts~ieaves-and~floW"-  ers and seemingly goes to sleep for  the night. If it is jarred or hit, il  will tremble violently, and if continually disturbed emits an odor which  gives a person a violent headache. ���������  8TRENUOUS EARLY LIFE.  Minard's  Liniment  where.  for    sale  Every-  Hontply Tir. Jolinnon.  Dr. -Johnson had nn exceedingly tm-  attmctive face. His complexion was  red; his eyes, besides being bleared  with scrofula, wore so nearsighted that  his expression was that of intense dullness.  A SUCCESSFUL MEDICINE.-Ev.  oryone wishes to bo successful in any  undertaking in which ho may engage.  It is thoroforo, extremely gratifying to  the proprietors of Parmelee's Vogotublo  Pills to know that thoir efforts to com-  Sound a medicine which would provo a  lessing to mankind havo boon successful.beyond thoir expectations. Tho on-1  dorsation of thoso pills by tho public is a'  guarantoo that a pill has boon producod  which will fulfil ovorything claimed for  it.  ���������u  jaw*-*************^^  ���������I     IU Hi llll U������*. I IIIWIII ll-mttl I I  I II   IIIWI'IIIWI mm  ���������ilfil-t  Just Common Sense  unci  ARMOUR'S  Extract op Beep  will simplify many household  ���������difficulties    rtvlii'-v'*   vrtnr   t;ih1t������  ft^rtn.y;. i-    i,-'l   ".1.^   <-n",.--'\\  tltt-S^pti,  to your tl.,il>' s:;u.u wuhout  additional cxi^-use.  "Culinary V/rlnWcs" Mis  How to use Armour's hxtract  of Eeof in the liulu,'., ut lhe  chafing -li'.:i, at;. I i.i tb' saleroom, S.-iit ]���������. uv.w.i I <-���������! iv<-H*.-t  of nam.* nr,.! a;l!r. ���������-; rn*l a  metal  c.im   l'ror.   n   i>r  j.f  Kx-  ll.ltl <>l   :>   . i.    -,>'ii 1 ':-;.��������� ill',itwists  nnd proms.  f t\nmvt IP'.ntP, Toronto  IreXttnd.  Ireland was originally Troiio. or tho  Western Isle. It wns called tho JOiiiit-  aid Islo liocnuso of Hie brl'Hunt color  of Il.i vcrdiii'c, which throughout tlio  yonr is n lively green.  Late Senator Wark Tells of Struggle  of His Early Years.  The late Senator, Wark, who died on  August 20, 1905, at the age of 101 years,  six months and one day, had quite a  strenuous early life.  "I had an education to qualify me  for the duties of a merchant's clerk or  bookkeeper," he said in telling the story  of his early days, "but I found there  was little such employment to be had.  Some of my acquaintances, older than  I, had come to America before, and  had spent what money they had brought  with them, wrote home pitiful accounts  of thoir sufferings. I was determined  not to commit such an error.  "There was plenty of employment for  any one willing to work and good wages,  and I worked in a shipyard through the  fall and winter. Ih the spring I removed to what is now called Moncton, to  help build a small vessel. I remember  part of the work I did for her was to  make the dead-eyes for the riggers. I  then painted her, and as my employer  had to go a way. in her he engaged me  to take charge of his store and books,  which I did for some time.  "The parish school required a teacher, and I took the situation and taught  for two years. I taught school for eight  years, teaching mensuration, navigation, algebra, Euclid and trigonometry.  I think I was doing more work than  two teachers do now. It proved too  much for my health and I had to give  it up, and I next engaged in mercantile  business for thirty years."    .  Mr. Wark liked to tell the story of  one of his teachers in mathematics."  "There was a man in Belfast then,"  he said, "named Thompson, who used  to get out an almanac every year. He  was great in mathematics. In every  book he'd have a lot of puzzling questions, some needing advanced knowledge for their solving. I remember  one, the Irish papers said was impossible of solution, but my teacher worked it out. He and Thompson corresponded about it and grew quite friendly before the almanac man moved to  Glasgow. That Thompson's son is Sir  William Thompson, or rather Lord Kelvin. So you see I studied under pretty  good men."  Executions In Toronto.  'Tis rather a gruesome subject but Is  full of interest as a record, the executions in Tororr-io. Alexander Martin,  who was hanged this year for the murder of his child, made the 25th since  Toronto was founded in. 1792 as York..  The following- is the ghastly roll of the  other twenty-four: _    -^moTOFTiTTrrsp"^^  gery.   . v  August 10, 1S15���������Elijah Dexter,* murder.  1828���������Charles French, murder; James  Christie, murder.  December 14, 1S37���������Julia Murdoch,  murder. ������  April, 1S3S-��������� Samuel Lount, high  treason; Peter Matthews, high treason.  1847���������William Turney, murder; Jas.  Brown, murder. .  November 14, 1849���������Robert Smith,  murder  December 4, 1854���������Martin Kehoe,  murder.  March 4, IS BO���������John O'Leary, murder; Wm. Fleming, murder.  March 10, 18-32���������James Brown, murder. .  June 1, 1S63-���������Robert Coulter, murder.  February 23, 1873���������John Traviss,  murder.  November 30, 1877���������John Williams,  murder,  July 23, 1SS0���������George Bennett, murder.  February 2S, lS8S~-Itobort Nelll, murder.  February 12, 1890���������Thomas Kane,  murder,  April 14, 1000���������I-I. Williams, murder.  July 18, 1902���������F, Rice, murder.  by Intense Itching  If Not Cured it Spreads and Becomes Chronic���������What to Expect From  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  The stages of eczema are marked by  redness of the skin ��������� heat and inflammation���������swelling ��������� watery discharge-  formation of a crust or scale ��������� and almost constant itching varying from  that which is simply annoying to that  which is positively beyond human endurance.  The beginning is often neglected chafing and skin irritation, or a small pimple or sore which has been poisoned by  the clothing.  Too frequent washing is to be avoided, but the afflicted parts should be  thoroughly cleansed with Packer's Tar  Soap and tepid water. After careful  drying (not rubbing) with a soft towel,  apply Dr. Chase's Ointment plentifully.  The ointment may seem a little se-  vere at first, but this is necessary to  a thorough cleansing of the sores, for  rolief from the dreadful itching will  come after the first few applications,  and thorough cure will be the reward  of persistent treatment.  One thing you can be certain of, and  that is that you are not experimenting  when you use Dr. Chase's Ointment as  a curo for eczema, saltrheum, psoriasis,  tetter, and similar skin diseases. It has  acquired its #world-wide reputation by  the positive cure of these very diseases,  and while using it you can seo that  gradually and certainly it is allaying tha  inflammation and healing up the annoying, and distressing sores.  Mr. William Castle, Eagle Hill, Alta.,  writes,~"About Nov. 1st, 1903, I broke  out with small red blotches on my arms  and they afterwards spread all ovor my  body. It was so itchy that I could not  sleep at nights for scratching. I suffered untold misery and was almost driven  te desperation. I tried everything at  hand and my friends recommended  numerous remedies all to no avail.  "When I began the use of Dr. Chase's  Ointment I had little hope of relief but  tho result has been wonderful. From  the first this preparation gave relief from  the dreadful itching and it has now  brought about a cure." ���������  Dr. Chase's Ointment, 00 cents a box,  at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto. The portrait and signature of  Dr, A. W. Chase, the famous receipt  book author, are on every box.  SMILING BABIES.  The well Imby in never n cross bnby  When baby cries or i.s fretful, it in tailing  tho only way it can to lot mother know  there is!-:oiiiotliii)<( wrong. That some-  tiling is probably some tlcningenieiit of  the stomach or bowels, or perhaps tho  pain of tot-thin;:. Those troubles aro  easily removed and curod by Jiabiim'  Own Tablots, nnd bnby smiles again���������  in fu-'t there's a smilo in every dose,  Mrs. Mnry E, Adams, Lako tJeorgo, N.H,  b-ij'h;���������"I lihvo found Baby's Own Tab-  lots s-'.o good for tho ills of littlo onos that  I would not liko to bo without  them."  Both Tired.  Two IC C.'s were onco engaged on  the Hame side In Uio enmo case, and  tho junior ono of the two, relying* on  hlsi senior to open tho case, had barely glanced over his brief, Now, It bo  hiipll-eiuxl that tlio leader was just fln-  Irlilng Ids opening speech in another  court, when ".Smith vs. Jones" was  niilli-'il on, mnl being a very tedious nnd  Iviigthy speaker, lie hnd occupied threo  hour-it lu making hli/onitioii. However,  lie va ti ie bustling Into court, itnd without any warning to his brother K. C,  he wild to the bench, "My lords, I have  Jilfil lire;*  oeeujiletl for tlll'CO    llOUl'3    111  Mr, Justice A.'s court In opening a case,  I inn, theieforo, very tired, nntl I must  auk your lordships' Indulgence to allow  my learned friend who ls with me to  o|wn f.n' my client here." Tim Judges,  visibly tli'llgliletl at being raved n  lengthy nnd dull harangue, turned to  lhe second K. <\, nnd snid, "Well, Mr,   , will you please go on?" Tho un-  forliiDiile silk gownmimn torn moment  wns  nonplussed, but then sold,   "My  I-tobesplerre.  Robespierre had a thin face, sharp  nose, narrow forehead and small  mouth, with thin lips. Ho always  dressed neatly nnd was ofton mistaken  for a department clerk or bookkeeper.  She���������Which would you rather lose,  Jack, mo or my monoy? Uo���������You,  sweetheart. She���������Oh, Jack! Ho���������  Hut I would; bocause, don't you seo,  dearest, If I lost you I would havo the  money to offor lnrgo rewards for your  recovery and get you back again. She  .-���������Dear Jack!  ���������������n is nr  *  w  s  11 My Father had three Sisters Die  of Consumption  Last Spring  I was in a Deoiino.     <rt|s, 1, ino, nm voiy tired, and would  That is tho oxporienco of all mothers ! be excused." "Why, Mr. , what has  who hnvo tried tho tablots   nnd thoy I tired you?"   "Listening tn my lonrnod  know thismodicino is safe, for it is guar- j friend^ speech hi thu other court," was  nntood to contain no oninto or poisonous ! 'he reply.  soothing stuff.   Equally good for tho . .  oh I'M  lift   Itrtrrt    or   ������'ell    <vl"t'V,"<l    t%* ���������     yonrs.' Sold hy all drueoristH or mnilod  at25 contH a box by writing tho Dr,  Williams Mc'dioino Co,, lirockvillo, Ont.  We Ni-t������ All of 11i������ Siiit.  Tho Inhabitants of this onrl'.i never  get, u gnu.p.-i' ul mit out.* sine ol Iliu  moon, but lu the courso of a yonr  every port Ion of tin- sun's tnirtiu'o h  turned toward us, Th!* U bt'c:iu".e tho  suu's oijutitor is almost coincident with  tho platio of I lie ecliptic, the illclhllitlou  bcli.ij tjiily ..'��������� I*..;. , . .i a t'n .Ji*, i.a,  England ^.is >.��������� ������-.t;i--������l itecau"������ the  daniUiiuit frilif of S.-<\ ms who conquered It wno called the "Angle**'  or "Engie."  I linvfl to thank Psychine for my pood  health," writes the young lady whoso face  is pictured above. "I could hardly drag  myself across Iho floor, I could not sweep  tha carpet. If I went for A drive I had to  lie down when I camo back. If I went for  a mile or two on my wheel I returned too  weak to lift it through tho gateway. The  last time I came in from having a spin I  dropped utterly helpless from fatiffu*. My  iMimr wouiu give me no pnace until 1 tried  l3.it rv, Sk'tuju Jv-.viw.J.'i.,*,. A.iisv l*L'o,_  two bottlefl of Psychlno 1 must ������������y the  results were wonderful. People were  constantly remarking my improvement.  JDtvttik'  /r������m j  Phot.  Mitt BUS Wood, DrownivHfc Oat,  I also took Coltsfoote Expectorant, nnd���������  mark the change, Instead of a little, pale,  llstlcM, hollnw.t".|n������i������lrfM tdrl T mm tn.d.y  full of, life. I am ready for any active  amusements wuh my friends, and a tew  months ago I could not struggle to tbe  church that was only forty rods from our  home."  YCHINE  (pmoxouiforo u.xbbm)  BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM BY ITS SURE TONIC  ACTION ON THE STOMACH" AND LUNGS  Per sal* by all Druggist*      On* Dollar tha Bottla  If yen have riot fried Pychint, sendf.r a/rm tamfiU batih.  DR. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited, 179 King St West, TORONTO PR. FLORENCE R. SABINE,  A Clever Woman Who la a Protestor  ot Anatomy. v  Miss. Florence R. Sabine, B.1 S.,  ���������Jfj* DM and a dozen other * things, associate professor of anatomy at Johns  Hopkins "university, Baltimore, is the  only woman holding such an Important position In this country.  You might Imagine from her many  degrees that Miss Sabine, or, as sbe  prefers to be termed, "Dr. Sabine,"  was a most serious person. Cold and  businesslike in the classroom, outside  of it she ls a most delightful personage  and ever ready to play the hostess, and  _he does It often In her cozy flat in  Mount Royal avenue.  In 1803 Miss Sabine received her  B. S., from Sihith college, Massachusetts. She was an instructor in zoology  for several years and entered Johns  Hopkins In 1896. She took her-parchment and pigskin with the right to  Mi D. after her name four years later.  The fringed or small square napkins  nsed when refreshments are served, as  at a club tea or a reception, may be  folded once each way, then once over  in three cornered fashion. Do not press  the last fold witb the iron, but leave it  like a puff; In this way they are orna-  mental. This is tlie nearest approach  of fancy folding that ls allowable.���������Exchange.  ORIGIN OF GOLD PENS  Banlfth That Frown.  Did you ever notice the kinds and  varieties of frowns you meet In a short  walk on the streets? Perhaps It Is tlie  twentieth century expression developing from the general hurry of the day.  MSS FLORENCE 15. SABINE, B. B., M. D.  She stood second in her class.   The  .; wUyier of first honors had the right  . .to be.chief resident at the hospital for  the ensuing year,  an  honor  usually  snapped at.    But. in his case it. was  \ different, and he let the honor go. Miss  Sabine, standing second, took it and  filled the post most creditably.: She.  Damns' Scheme,  Alexandre Dumas, Sr., was once visiting his son, who at that time lived In  a villa near Paris. They sat in a tiny  scrap of a garden behind the houso  under the one small tree it contained.  It was a broiling hot day, and Dumas,  who was very stout, said to his son:  "I am suffocating with the Intense  heat."  "What shall I do, father?"  "Suppose you open your chamber  window and let a little air into the  garden," repiied old Alexandre, with  gravity.  One Exception.  "No," declared Mr. Nagget, "there  never was a woman on earth who  could refrain from turning around to  rubber at some other woman's clothes."  "No?" replied his wife, sweetly;  "Didn't you ever hear of Eve?"  THE FIRST ONES WERE MADE IN ENGLAND AND WERE FAILURES.  How She Took It.  Adolphus Hunt���������Don't you think lt  would be a noble thing for you to do  with'your wealth to establish a home  for the feeble minded? Miss Riche���������  Oti, Mr, Hunt, this is so sudden!  ���������Women and  Smuggling.  Many a lady smuggles who would no  more tip her ball into the better position at croquet than she would cut a  throat or scuttle a ship.���������Andrew Lang.  .Genuine benevolence is not stationary, but peripatetic. It goes about doing good.���������Nevina.  A Submarine Bank,  ������ ���������������������������*.��������� i  7"h"ad~ffucirWWwif^^^  of the hospital, which handles moro  than a thousand cases annually,    '  Miss Sabine went ahead in. her cool,  calm way, apd when the year, rolled'  around sho won .the Garrett fellowship  ln anatomy. It was'not until then  that.Miss; Sabine realized whe're; her  vocation Jay. She became intensely  Interested Jn her work. That sho captured the "associate professorship Was(  not wondered at. .. >  ',  Out of wax she molded a complete  model of tlie brain and spinal cordi.  This Is now on exhibition In the foyer  of tho university. It took nearly  three years to construct this model,  with Its several thousand pieces, but  the result Is that every tissue and portion of the brain tbat bas been known  heretofore only by place will hereafter  Lave a name., .',  Miss Sabine's book, "The Brain stad  the Spinal Cord," ls accepted as an  authority among medical'men,   It baa  been translated Into four languages  and Is a standard textbook ln Germany. -.���������'������������������  :.   Miss Sabine is tall, slender, blond  '..and somewhat angular.   Sbe pays Ut-  ���������' tie Attention to ber figure.   Indeed,  those wbo know ber best say sbo tries  to make berself as unattractive as possible.   She wears enormous glasses  while at work, but these may be made  necoBsary by tbe microscopic work  with which she bas to do.   Her light  'brown balr is wavy, and her mouth is  firm and determined.   Her students  s\year by ber, for ber method of transmitting Ideas Is clearer than that of  most profcssors.-New York World,  Scotland is connected with'-.Iceland  by a submerged bank at a depth of  500 fathoms. '  Mary,  Queen  ot  Soota.  Mary, queen of Scots, had red hnlr  and a cross eye and in spite of the encomiums of her contemporaries is believed not to have been a handsome  woman.  '���������;'*.. ������������������.������������������*.' Wooden IVnllwny*.'.*, '  There are;,several avoqUch .railways  in- Canada. One" of -theih is iu the province of Quebec and is thirty miles long.  The rails are of in'aple, and trains are  run oyer them with remarkable  smoothness at the rate of twenty-flve  miles an hour.  Polrtlnsr Tnblo Napkins,  ' No womau of tasto thinks twice about  tbs advisability of folding tnblo napkins, In fancy shapes like fans or placing 'thom, twisted cornucopia fashion,  lu water glasses. Either of these ways  of disposing of tho napkin is novor  favored in a private houso. Tho plain  square fold is nlwnys tho bout form,  spys Alice B. YVhltukor.  But thoro Is a difference In the  square fold. Tnko a flvo-olghths napkin, which may l>o used for breakfast  or luncheon, and fold lt ovor twice  Mich wny. It is no larger thnn a handkerchief and* suggests economy In linen.   Now fold it over ln thirds and  8'������������!,..    tn   ���������t.twlr,       Tf   lY-ttl   \l\r\ir   nn   Virion  .**." '* *���������*.    .**���������-������������������*.    . ��������� .*  im n thvop-qunrtor nnyitttn nn'' " A"*  snd smooth because of tho loss number  of layers, If you like to havo these  smaller napkins folded to look a little  different" from  tbo  dinner  napkins,  f.it.t   tn    nnn->t(ii.������   ttrnt-    iitnrt   In    tlttnla  * '���������-   '*���������     % ���������    ���������>������������������������������������,  This makes tbem * trill* smaller sou  oblong.  Dlnnor nApMns sbouid be folded ac-  ronlion fashion, or, to bo moro explicit,  told onco through the middle, tben  bring ono selvsgs over tbo middle, tarn  tbo napkin over snd bring the other  selvage to the center fold. Now fold  ognln tbo same way, bringing tbe  outer odgos til oven snd tlie napkin  opens better. The difficulty lies In  teaching tbo imago laundress to  ctanf������ from tlio oM way.  The, Hoop Skirt.  Tbo hoop skirt was in full feather In  1500. It was then made of iron and  sometimes weighed as much as thirty  pounds,  FEEDING CHILDREN.  Improver NoarUluuent Will Makv a  Baby 111 Tomiiertnl,  ' Do not forget tbat tbe baby outgrows bis food, just as he does bis  clothes, and that timely additions to  bis dietary are a valuable means of  preventing scurvy, rachitis, diarrheal  disturbances and othor diseases of  dietetic origin,  Many children are peevish and ill  tempored because they aro improperly  nourished. A revision of tho diet,  wltb suitable additions, will satisfy  tho child and transform it into a  happy, crowing youngstor, A healthy  child has au Instinct for sweets, and  this should bo gxntltlod ln moderation.  Honey is one of tho best of sweets,  or a littlo good butter scotch or swoot  chocolate mny bo used.  It is bottor to ovorfeod than to underfeed a growing child. Overfeeding  Is loss apt to occur with a properly  select ed diet, for the child will bo satis-  tied with n lesser bulk of food. It Is  not a good plan to feed children on  thin soups and similar fluid foods, ns  tliey nro filled before tho demand for  nourishment Is satisfied.  Children often wit too much meat,  resulting in abnormal Humiliation of  the nervous system and Imperfect nutrition of tlto Imnv nml musenlrir  framework of tho body. This Is often  n cause of bod wetting. Cereals, potatoes, wholo monl bread, milk, eggs,  t'hiHMo, Uio putees, nuw, green vegetables nud salads furnish tho elements  of emwth nnd rer>nlr In n satisfactory  form.  When children lose appetite, Instead  of pampering them with Injudicious  Indulgences try feeding them nothing  but fruit for a day or two, when appetite will quickly assert itself unless  some tlihfitM* \n iticuhiitiug.  Children who are properly tod will  suffer llttlo, as a rule, from to'jthnrbe.  headache, nerves, broken sleep, etc.  Vroper ventilation, daily outdoor ex-  erckw snd regular mealtime* aro sll  essential to appetite snd good dlges-  I tlon,-_Iedlcal Brief.  Then an American Citizen Discovered  Thnt Iridium Could Be Died For  Protecting the Points, and the Perfect Pen Resulted.  To an American is due the credit  for having made tho fountain pen the  nseful article it has come to be, for  without the gold pen point, which can-  aot corrode, tbe fountain pen would be  useless.  Tbe manufacture of gold pens was  lommenced iu the United States in 1S35  by a wa&hmaker of Detroit. Attempts  bad been made in England to make  gold pens prior to that time, but they  met wity little success. Alloyed gold  is too soft to make a durable point, and  this circumstance made it necessary  to protect the pen points with diamonds or rubies until John Isaac Hawkins, a citizen of the United States, but  residing in England while the experiments in the manufacturing of gold  pens were in progress there, accidentally discovered that the native alloy of  Iridium and osmium ore, one of the  bardest and most refractory of all metallic alloys, could be used for protecting the points to much better advantage and more cheaply.  Hawkins* rights were purchased by a  clergyman of Detroit, who induced the  watchmaker above mentioned to manufacture gold pens. The first pensmade  by him were poor substitutes for the  quill then in use. In 1840 his plant  was taken to New York, where the  business was enlarged.  Quite an improvement was added to  the plant by the machines for the making and tempering of the pens, invented by John Rendell, one of the employees of the establishment. This establishment soon produced a gold pen  so perfect that it combined the elasticity of the quill with the permanency  of the metal. About 1850 it was discovered that by imbedding the iridium  points ln the gold Instead of soldering  them on the corrosive influence of the  ink on the two metals, the solder and  the gold, was avoided and a firmer  hold in the pen was given to the points.  The gold pen bas been brought to Its  present degree of perfection by the  -American���������manufacturer���������and���������the���������industry from its inception has been  characterised by the use of American  methodr For the production of the  gold prs. a high degree of skill ls necessary, .md only experts are employed  In the different plants.  Tha gold used in the making of the  pens ls obtained from the United  States assay office. It ls then melted  nud alloyed about sixteen carats fine  and rolled Into a long, narrow ribbon,  from which pen blanks or flat plates  in the shape of a pen, but considerably  thicker than the finished pen, are cut  by means of a fever press or die and  punch. The blunt nib of the blank is  notched or recessed at the end to receive the iridium that forms the exceedingly bard point wbich all good  pens possess.  The Iridium Is coated wltb ft cream  of borax ground ln water and laid In  the notch formed In the end of tbo  blank. It Is then secured by a process  of sweating, wblcb Is nothing more or  loss than melting tbe gold of wblcb tbs  pen Is formed so tbat It unites solidly  wltb tbo irldJ'"a. Tbe blank is then  passed betSrwn rollers of peculiar  form to {five ft gradually diminishing  thickness from tbo point backward.  Tbe rolls bavo a small cavity in wbich  tbe extreme ond of tbo iridium pointed  Bib Is placed to prevent Injury to. tbs  Iridium. After rolling tbs nib of every  pen is stiffened and rendered spongy  by hammering,  This Is tbs most Important process  In tbe manufacture of tbe pen, as tbs  elasticity of tbo pen depends entirely  ttpon tbls operation. The pen Is then  trimmed by a press similar to tbat  which ts used for cutting out ths  blanks or by automatic machinery.  When tbo blank has been trimmed tbs  namo of the manufacturer aud tbe  numbor of the pon are stamped on It  by means of a screw press.  Tho pen 1b given Its convex surface  also by means of a screw press, tbs  bljink being pressed between a concave  die beneath nnd a convex one above.  Quite a little forco Is necessary to  bring the pen to tho required convex-  Ity, and when this operation Is completed two Jaws approach tho blank  nn.I press It up on opposite edges, thus  living the pen Its final shape,  Tbo next stop Is to out tlio Iridium  the grinding is done the pen is polished  upon buff wheels, which completes the  process of manufacture.  Before the pen is placed upon the  market, however, it Is given a thorough  Inspection to see that lt possesses the  proper elasticity, fineness and weight.  then passed to au inspector who tests  It and weighs lt.  The Stray JtnUct.  It is an odd tact that the most expert  marksman cannot equal the unerrin)!  accuracy of the stray K,dlet in reaching  the mark.  Loyoln.  Ignatius J. Loyola had the face of sn  ascetic, with sharp features, worn with  fasting, watching and prayer.  ot  CAPTIVES OF UfiWY  TREATMENT   ACCORDED   IMPRISONED CANADIAN SEALERS.. ,:;  t.-i  -i.it.  ������i.,->  o*eo of a thin copper dh'M wit Mi t������  elinrgpd with fine emery nnd oil nnd  revolves at a high speed. Tho nib Is  then slit by a machlno and the slit  cleared by means of a fine circular  ������...,.. l#������r-������     f.ii.fl������������������      ������1,a     ���������11,n      ni-n  .��������������� ������fc..,v.������ ���������* &,  brought together by hammering, and  th<* port Is burnished on the Insldo by s  concave form nnd on the outsldo by a  convex form. This is neressnry to glvo  the pen a uniform surfaco and greater  oltKtlcity.  Theso nibs are then set by the fingers  alone, after which operation the pen is  ! gr.mnd by a lathe with ������ thin steel  ' disk snd t copper cylinder, both chart*  od witb flno emery and oil.   The slit  ta then ground by a flnt disk, and tbo  j tl<i������* Of tbo n'lt and the polnta aro  ground opon the copper cylinder. After  Suicide by DroYvnlnsf.  "Nearly every person who commits  suicide by drowning partly undresses  before entering the water," suid Dr.  Wynn Westcott at an Inquest in Loudon. ���������  AN INDIAN LEGEND.      ~  The Wny Nun-nb-bejii Mnde the New  Enrth After  the Flood.  "I will tell you tlie story of Nan-ab-  beju. He is the man who made the  new earth after the big water came  and covered it.  "Big waters came, and tliere was  nothing anywhere except water and  the sky and tlie sun and the stars,"  said the old Chippewa. "Nan-ab-beju  made a great raft and put on it some  roll<f������ of Bvprvthinar tiint hnd b������*������n or  tne eartn���������specimens of each kind ot  animals, of all the trees, shrubs, plants,  flowers, birds, rocks, and one man and  one woman. In short, he did not leave  anything except sand. He forgot to  save some sand, and yet he could not  do anything without it. He sailed out  far into the flood and made a little  island, very, very small. Then he found  he had no sand. He made a very big  line, longer than hundreds of deerskins cut up into ribbons and tied together, and he took a muskrat off the  raft and tied the line to it and threw  It into the water. The frightened rat  dove down and down, and when there  was no longer any pulling at the line  Nan-ab-beju knew the rat was at the  bottom of the sea. Then he began to  pull the line up. At the end of it came'  the poor muskrat, stone-dead,drowned.  -^ut~J^an^bibfij.u_^aA^i~th{iJuitlie_Jittle-,  black paws of the animal were clenched as if there was something in their  palms and that the rat held tight hold  of even after*death. The little paws  were forced open, and in them were  found half a dozen grains of sand. One  grain would have been enough for the  great Nan-ab-beju.  "Nan-ab-beju blew his breath on the  muskrat, and its life camo back to it.  Then he mixed the sand in the little  island that fie had,made and blew on  that also. As ,he' -blew and blew it  swelled nnd swelled until lt was so big  that Nau-ab^beju could not see the  sides or end of lt In i y direction.  Nan-ab-beju was not <. ilte" certain  whether he had made it as big as tlie  old earth beforo the big wator came.  Ho had to make it as big as It had  been-so big, In fact, that no man or  creature could find the end of lt. He  had plenty of animals that could travel  over tho earth and find out how big lt  was, bo he decided to tako two huge  buffaloes off the raft and scud them to  soo whether thero wns any end to what  bo bad made. Tho buffaloes ran off  with all speed, and Nan-ab-beju sat  down and waited. In a few days the  buffaloes camo back and said they had  found tbo end of the enrth. So Nan-abbe J u blow und blew and blew ou tho  ground again, and It swelled so fast  tbat you could see It broadening. When  be bad blown until bo was tired bo  took a crow off tbe raft and sont it to  see If it could find the end of tho  enrth. The crow was gone n vory long  time, but at last It came sailing back  on tho wind and snid It bad flowu till It  was tired out and there was no sign of  any ond to tlio earth.  "Nan-ab-beju, to make sure, blew  again nnd swelled tho enrth n grout  doal bigger. Then ho untied and uncaged and untrnppod nil tho nnlmnls  and drove them from tbo raft on to tho  hind nnd left them freo to roam whero  they might IIo took nil tho trees,  plnntH, bushes nml shrubs nud planted  thom around, ami be blow tho gnms  out of his bands ns hard an ho could  blow It, so thnt It scattered nil ovor.  Next ho let loose all the birds nntl beetles nnd bugs and snakes and toads  and butterflies, nnd finally lie Invited  tho mnn ami woman, both Olilppewnys,  to go ashore iii������l iiuiUo the new earth  their hunting ground. And Vnn-rib-  Doju's tusk wus Uuno."-Kt. Nicholas.  Titles In nermnny.  Tlio question of tltlo is one of tho  most dellcato lu Germany, n faot of  which tlto stronger It rrm'jfinflv reminded In' Intercourse with the people,  particularly with the women. Krntl1  Professor, Frau Director, Frau Doctor,  aro uiostt particular about their Im*-  band's titles being attached to their  own names. Hut whon It comes to mil-  Itiny fin les it is different, and b-jth  I men and wom������������n protest vigorously  ugalntt this sharing of titles. I>m<-n-  ant von II. objects to baring his wlfo  addressed us I'rau Lkutmaut, which  title Iwdongs as well to tbo wife of  Weutftiaut Schmidt or Half of a loss  aristocratic regiment.  Called Them Pirates���������'-Ca'ptains May B������  Imprisoned for Five Years ~ Trm  Charge Is That the Vessel Went Into the Waters of Uruguay to Pillager  That Country's Seal  Rookeries.    '  Mr. D. Steel has arrived in Victor!-*.  B. C, having returned from XJrnguayi.  He ls one of the ill-fated huntere froxso  the schooner Agnes G. Donoghue. Wtows-i  he left the other members of the erewm  were held in Montevideo awaiting sero-  tence on what Steele says is -wily te>  trumped-up charge. Steele, seeing boir  matters were shaping, thought it beat*  to quit the Uruguayan capital on tl������e  first opportunity, and is well satisfied  to get back to his home in Victoria a������*  ter months of a most trying experience  ln Montevideo. When he left on ApriS  3rd the prosecuting attorn������y In tb������  case had recommended to the. ctrarta  that Capt. Ryan, commanding* tbm  schooner, Bhould receive Ave years' tm-r  prlsonment; that Wim Ryan, -chief  mate, should get two years; Wm. Por-  ler, second officer, one year; and tb������  members of the crew should be imprisoned for six months.  Put In For Water.  It was about November l'lth    that  Donoghue put in to within about four  and one-half miles   of   the   shore   of  Uruguay for water.    The weather wa������  so rough that it was impossible to lan������t  a boat, and after waiting all the next  day the captain decided to leave.     A  cutter,  described by  the Uruguayans  as a man-of-war, approached, and after  firing three shots across the bow    eft  the schooner the, vessel was boar-BedL  No attempt was made  to investijratw -  affairs aboard the schooner, but after'  taking ten of the crew of nineteen meisf  oft a crew was put on the Agnes Don_*--'  ghue  to  bring  the  vessel  to    Montevideo.   This was accordingly done, an&  upon their arrival the officers and men  were imprisoned for sixty-seven  days.  Couldn't Get Redress.  Repeated   attempts   were   made  by  the., officers and men to get redress. Th������  British Minister was appealed-to, but  the authorities replied that $5,000 of a  bond would have to be put up.   Finally at The end~of"sixty-seven dayPtfiii-"  captain was taken back on board ttoo  schooner with a griard of' five men in.  charge.    Other members  of ' the ' crcrr '���������  were allowed to come and go on takingr  an oath that they would appear where-  called upon to do so.    Steele describes?  the treatment accorded the men in the"  jail as none too good.    The floor was*  bare rock, and the rations meagre. Tb*-  Imprisonment,, and  worry incident upon it has told upon  Capt.  Ryan.    Ha>  Is a young man. of about  thirty-flv*  years, but ls rio'w only ths wrMc b/������  what he was before the trouble begaik.  If imprisonment Is to' be enforced1 Mrs,  Steele has little hope that Capt. Ryan  will live through' it.  A Flimsy Case.  Tho case against Donoghue is of tho  flimsiest character, Steelo says.   He dor-  nies that.there could bo anything fi������  tho charge recently   made   ttott *-t9>������-  schooner hunted off an Island near tho-,  coast of Uruguay,   This island, he Bay*,  is known as Castello Grando,   Xt   la<  near here that the pilot boats await1  tho arrival of vessels.    Lylnsr    ther������>  they are paid a premium   for*  ***>#*r  schooned they report, and it Itt snvptrm  ed that this ls the way In which tho  cutter was made aware of the pi������*<-  enco of the Donoghue,   Thero waa nothing done In the way of attempt!** .  to prove that tho schooner sealed) em..  this Island.   The skins wore not tret.  counted on board the vessel    So fine  as fresh blood marks were conobmedt  It was quite likely that somo marks .  might have remained on some of tho  boats of tho schooner from  tlve -iajr.  previous to her arrival off tho ooswfc.  The courts before which the untfbrhu*  ate sealers wero brought were condxtet- .  ed ln a way which did not lnspfw Mr.  Steelo, with any great rtispeot for thoi  Judiciary or tho laws of Uruguay..  Called Thsm Ptraier..  Ths solicitor who   represented"  ttfo������>  captain and crew of the schooner Informed them thnt there wan no cntsw-t  against them.   Yet when the first Inrlgm-  gave his decision he said the sfartnjg  'compnny wna formed for the nolo pun.  pone of robbery nnd. that tho crow of  the   Agnes    Donnghun   were   plrAtm  Hlowly tho enae wni carried from ono  court to nnothf-r nnd win n Klvt-lp it-ft  was to come up for whnt was rerar-ff-"  ed nt thf ftnnl ili-eMon.    Tlto ptv!������***e*B***.  Ing attorney was glvrn hIx <?j������y������    to*  rr<������pnro hit* report tor the court.   11*  took forty-seven dnyn to do It.    ,u bo-  ttir.  nvntUined,   he  r c-iinm-*titT<*fI fH*������  y-arn, impriaonincnt   fur  tho   v.ii'Ulr^  two ytur't fer the  mule, one yt-nr for  tho second mate and fix tn'tnths t(-r thv  ��������� it   11 ,.  I eelirmtv-.T   nflil   njireiK        A It   't-.n   ������r.-r..i.*t)"������w  ff the crew were fmm Nova    ??<*"'''%  with the exception of r'iet>le nnd Win. ���������  Vuihr, the s.:toi(d u;:';. ��������� j, v.;.t������ u-:<.-*.**  to Sooko, near Vletorh. It C.  The Or en I Wreeae,  Thoyenr 1W1 Is remwnbered thivo������*l������  out western Mm-mnchusetts an the ytnir  of tho gnat troozo. It came wi tim  night of May .'10 und was a ftitni setback to whut had been up to Unit tlm#  a ,e,'y f���������r.i.ird .".pi'iitg. Ilimdmi* tit  acres of corn and potatoes bad to tJfc  ptovti-d under uuu replnijieu.  Creek lieu.  Tbs Greeks, when traveling,  bats In winter of clotto or felt; to  iiti-r, of plaited straw, with  Wtiuto, ^cS^i^  ^sii^ip^^i  %jg)AT THE CORNER   STORE@W  You will find the most Complete line of  Rubber goods,   Rain coats  And Shoes f  for Men, Women and Children in the district. <������{  .See our Mens Extra Heavy Duck Gum Boot, snag and  crack proof, at $7.50  This is a guaranteed boot and will give you satisfaction every day.  mW_^m__w_m_^amwmmmmm*^mm^mmmmmmmmAmm^  In Blankets our range is most complete. Ijjk  We have thom at $2.50 a pair and the direct imported        M  flcotch Blankets from $5.50 a pair to $8.50 a  pair. Wj  Also at  $3.00,   $3.75,   $4.00,   $4.50,   and   $5 00   a  pah.  fo  RIGGS &  YOUR  Christmas will not be complete  without a Real  XMAS  CAKE  "Tf"?^���������*^���������"T""���������~mm~mmmmm'"���������  \X7B  WILL   HAVE a large and varied  assortment  of   Rioh,   Plain   and  Pancy Cakes to choose from, including:���������  RICH POUND fRUIT CAKE  SULTANA POUND CAKE  RICH AMERICAN FRUIT CAKE  ORNAMENTED FRUIT CAKE  FRUIT & PLAIN CAKES WITH  XMAS ORNAMENTS.  MARBLE CAKES.  A        selection of Small Cakee and Pastry.  ������������cftrooiis,    Cream Puffis,    Eclairs,  -farta. Cheese Oaken, &c  mv.     ;.   -        '" pies  Lemon,   Cream,  ond Custard  Pies  SHORTBREAD  Scotch Shortbread,  plaia  and ornamented, from 15c.  CANDJE  A Urge stook of Candies jnst reooived for  tho Christmas trade.  FBE9H BRBAD  BAM"  Steam, Hotel, Homnmade, Graham, eto.  5c. a loaf or 21 fort,$l.  Minced Rtoak Pios on Saturday  3 for 35cta.  CAMPBELLS  DUMBMUEB AVE.  MT Advertisers who want thoir ad  ohaii������od, should get copy in by  9 a.m. day before issue.   Ths Editor will not be responsible for tho  flows, sentiments, or any errors of oompoui-  tion of letter correspondents.  (Ha, jb, unison, mt-  FOOTWEAR  VmaV.**'T*tmtammwimMi������XmLlrtmt.immmmlW m  There are many kinds!  of "Rubber  Footwear, but!  years  ot" experience have!  taught us  that brands recognized   as good under  other  climatic   conditions  may prove   unsatisfactory]  for this province.      After}  testing   many    lines,    we;  have selected  , Maple Leaf  as the best for dealers to  sell or individuals to wear.  You may profit by our j  experience by insisting on ff  your dealer giving you|  Rubbers with the Maplel  Leaf brand. 1  iTmi_Ti-TT-nntm  as'TT-nr  Job WorX Strictly C. O. D.  Transient Ads Oa-sh in Ad vano o.  IS8UED EVERY WEDNESDAY.  Subscription $,ooa year  Although notices forbidding the  deitruotion of property are ported  in-eonipiuouc placeo through tho residential portion of tho town, Iho  buys in certain sections disregard  the warning. Tho Trinity Church  lenee il still the principal suffer* r.  The ringing of tho "Curfow" to  elmply a signal for email hoys to retire to more private quni (era whence  the misoblef ia done.  Within a short time the duty will'  devolve upon the citizens of Cumberland of selecting tbeir Council  Board for 1906. At no time has  the demand for level-headed men  been bo imperative as now. . Theoretical knowledge is of no avaii in  selecting officials but what is re  quired is practical knowledge. Tho  attendance at political meetings  here gives one the impression that  the subject of local, government is of  no interest to the large majority.  Why are people not more concerned  about the things that make for  TKeir^lITiHlT^orarTnB^rigloui"  welfare?  We have in our hands what Russia is shedding blood to obtain���������  the franchise. The price that unhappy people are paying for it was  paid by dur. forefathers. Yot too  many neither revere the struggles  of the past nor prize the present  duties. A revival of our responsibilities as electors is very ��������� much  needed. The heat man that can be  procured should be the Chief Magistrate, no matter what his political  bias mav be. The Mayor's chair is  not the place for the fulfilment of  party ambition*, neither is it the  dispensary for the beBtovvtnent of  fat offices upon party favorites.  What tv town needs is now streets  and pavements; the best and most  up-to-date sanitary system; an ef*  ficient and cheap method of transportation and lighting and an efficient police service. These are  the demands wo moke of our Mayor  and Aldermen. The duty of the  Mayor id *it������plo; it is to intelligently and honorably conduct the affairs of the City so that it, becomes  a desirable pllice to live and do  business in. If we got theso things  we caro nothing about tho politioal  stripe of His Worship.  ��������� ������������������- o-������������������.-  A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.  Itohlog. Blind, Blooding or Frofcrndiig  rilas. l)ro������({UUi rotund tuouwy If VAZO  OINTNf ENX fails to oure sny ewe, no iiul  ter of how loutf standing, Id 6 to 1*1 d*y������,  Pirn** op-tlioauoti give* unto and rout, OOo,  If your ai uggUt htum't it tund 50a ia vtstnpi)  luid tt will tm forwarded pont-puld by Vnti*  ModldnoCo,, Bt' Louis, Mo,  J. LECKIE CO. LTD. I  Vancouver,   B������������e    ti  Selling Agents to  the   Trade L  Miss M. Milligan, lately a teach-  ������r at Ladysmith will hold a temporary position on the Public School  staff hers. Her sia'.er, Miss C. Milligan, has received the Puntledge  anp-'intinent.  The Trinity Church Chrisfmas  entertainment was held in the City  Hall last night. R.frpshments  were served by the teachors and  gifts presented to the c!as?es.  *&������^������������^������������&g������g������g������������4^&ft������$g������&]|4&������**4&������44^**  STODDART     The Jeweller.  His Christmas stock did not arrive in time for Christmas,    j������  so the selection is not broken for w  NEW YEARS GIFTS.  * Consisting of Marble Clocks, Westminster Chiming Clocks, Sterling: Silver and  Quadruple Silver Plated Ware.  $^$^9?^$$^9^^^^9^^^^^^?9999?#^^^  Royal Barfk of  cinrtHftl toaid un)   T. B. KENNY, Pkksidbnt  Capital (paid up), $3,000,000  Besorve Fund. 8,000,000  Undivided Profits     302,748  pbht. _E. L. PEASE, Gbnebal Manaok ���������  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND, v"  Savings Ban.lt Department:���������Deposits of $1 aud upwards received;   Interest al.  lowed at current ratos, compounded twioo eaoh year on 30th June and 31st Deoember"  Drafts on all points bought and Bold.  A. P..WILSON, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS  10 to 3;   Saturday 10 to 12; open  Pay Mght8 7 ^ fa  mamw-tiwtaxmmmxam������&********^mmmmm*^'mmmm'mm^*' .....   . .* . '    . ���������  ���������COttMUMM-UMHt  Teacher for Cumberland Public  School for 6 months from Jany. 8th  .06.  Apply T. H   Carey,  Secty. School Board���������Cumberland.  d20  GO TO  ==.���������-. j_jL>^!ur-_������,.i^-_\r--j-_^_-- _ -  COAL MINES REGULATION ACT.  '  BOAKD OF EXAMISKRS.  KT OTICE is hereby given that the follow-  ���������*��������� '   ing constitute the Board of Examiners  lor the Cutaberlaad Colliery during the yoar  1906:-  Appointed by .tho OwnotH--C'i������rlefl Mat-  thcwi..,      Alternate-. ���������-���������]).* vid Walker,  Joha Oouib-j.  Appoiuted by the Lieutenant Governor in  Counoil���������John Kenloy.  Eleoled hy the Miners���������Jatnba Reid,  Altoruatcu*���������I'botuaB Ripley and Joueph  Horbury.  Notis��������� Alternate* act ft������ Members of the  Board iu the. abseoco of thowe regularly appoiuted or elected to act thereon,  All persons iuteroated may obtain full In-  formation by applying to the Secretary of  the Board, Mr John Kosloy, of Cumber*  land, B.C.  Dated thin 28 Mi day of Decembor, 1905,  Rk'HARD MoBRIDE,  It Mioiitter of Minos,  NOTICE.  Tho Eaquimalt and Nanaimo Railway  Company will apply to the Parliament of  Canada itt ita next nensiou for an Aot ox-  tending the time for oonuiioooliitf and completing an extension of its main lino to Comox and thu brunches referred to In its aot  of Ino'ivporation and ulno empowering tho  Oonipamy tn uoustruot and operato a r������H-  wav from Comox to a point at or nonr Oftrnp  ball Rivur aluo u ltcttiivit froui its main lino  at or uriu' DuDcuuo via Oowiuhttn Valley to  AllxiHii also a hranoh from a point at or  mar Kiiglihlimun's River to Alberni Canal  anil a orauch from a point at or mur Comox  via Cumberland unuUi-woitoily to Alburni  Canal aud giving the Company gonoral uo  tvoru to -jaii.ji.ruot hranoh Unas nnd for other  porpoHOs.  Datod at Victoria tills 14ih day of Duoom  bor, mi.  W. F. SAI/JBUHY,  8eorot-*ry E li N R.dlway,  Jy24  The TAILOR  for your next Suit oi clothes.   Look  at those Prices������������������  Pants   $3.00 up  Suite   $13.00 up  Overc.mts $12,50 up  Style ,  Fit and Workmanship  Guaranteed.  DAVIS   BLOCK.  The CrreotMnglisA Remedy.  A positive core for all forms of   SexualWeakness, Mental nml  BiruRB and aitor Brain Worry. Emissions, Spcr*  motorrkoea, Impoteney, Effeota of Abuso or  Exooea, oU of which load to Consumption,  Infirmity, Insanity and an early grave. Prioe  $1 per pks., sis for $5. One will please, six will  core. Bold by all druggist* or moiled in plain  paokape on receipt of price. Write for Pamphlet.  Tho wood Modlolne Co.������ 'Wladoor, Ouiario.  CUMBERLAND  "     .* -,. .,*,..    .-*  Meat Market  ���������tJM amtJlmmmtaMm fcjQW  Choicest Meats  Snpt;iie..i at Lowest Market Prices  Vegetables  A   Great  Variety will  alwayo^o,,  in i4o-!_ j   also a supply of  Fresh Fish  will bo on Salo evory Wedn������:������t!ny  Yoar pata-outtg*.) Wt eordiully invited,   and  all orders v/ill be protttptly delivered.  TO VVRE A OOLD IN ONE DAT,  Tak-L/VXATIVK IJIIOMO QUININE Tab-  lat.s, All tiruggiflttj refuttd the nxntey if it  'ails to cure, H, W. Gt'ove'u sigoatero is  on eaoh box,   iiCo,  THE B.C  HEADQUARTERS  FOR  Everything in Music  From  A Piano to a Song:   IS AT   Fletcher Kr os;;  03 GOVT      STREET ! \  Victoria, B.O.;;  LMcPheetSoh  PUOPHIKTOR8.  w<h  tl  Jlmmm,  Fair  Trial  IS      JsmXmmt      "WT^J      ASIC  JUST a chance to show you tbat  we ol ivuya please our cusfcomors  by supplying them witb tho.JKST  MBATS at thu loweot mmsbot  prioee. A trial order will convince  you.  THE OITY  Meat   Market,  W, W, IToXATr Proprietor.  XSKBtS^SSSItSJSgSrSXMat^^  M������MW*.������������MWM.|������������J.'II������(. MV4t������JWUfWt.*M-tf^l  Tbe City paid School Kdijor is  dojoyiug hiwuelt at iho publio ex-  penw by upending n Xmuivacittion  ���������I Vtnoouvtir, W ime (uore ne wiil  Attend to another little business he  has been cm-id tuning through h  proxy���������the leltiny: and sub lotting  of furnished hous'?. Hit cane  must be a dr������p������ia:o on* nnd we  ehould utJvico hit.. .. ������v.n* wt Cir-  lit������i;iofoirtti������.4i-titttCtt. in- ut.id that  he took ii pack ol hb f.ui.-tiM paj*er  candy bags and Uti.% -.iiip^r l)cds  witb him for whuth i>o *>.!��������� try *nd  seoura a palent rh*'������ *i" V*xn*f<--ri)r,  Privaio advices irora Vanoouvcr  .  . f   .i .  ���������     ...  Mtuim   ua    o.     w.v    ������vit>jue    nutotjo  irom ptif.-.iyrii.t oii\iSi( luit** the n[',-  od father ol Mrs J, i). Dockuian, formerly of this town. Mrs Uoekman's  m������ny friends horo  will  uincerely  OyUlVJtSkUitev. nt.ii nut iii   it-Bl biniuWt  Word wa������ received yesterday by  Mr Hugh Mitchell that hi*** brothor  Matthew -mid !.������- p killed in tto  niini'ii at  OoicuJitit, .\ih*������',t������i. unrlr  "r ''.ly wool-     '.it \^< hell W'.f -vc!t  | kr--'iv:n i������f-f. ur.ii ������ho [<r*&Ut6t ������yiu������  t   jttHMV  k i>it   Im     Ic,!.    lt-|ttli*������*y(J    Un  j isocount ot Iii** tuttii'.tpty (Jt'iub,  I     Mr nnd u������-������   .M.   Vnr^un   were  j Krthrffn^ri Uit- if on Nuniiimo *������rt  I   ���������     .*ti.."������V   *,  i    ���������������������������"���������,  NOTICE OF MEETING,  ., ........   o ��������� - ���������������������������  A mi'otinn of Creditors of Honry A. Mills  will ho ht.ld at my otHce, (Jornberland IJ,0.,  o'i V'/MiltH'iflnv fn-nv   '<    IOftrtoi-7 "<0  -n.t'i  *  fn" i\o "lefnc  of tllrf'.tM'trtH rnf������M,"'it'\j'������  Uf  di'.ipun-.'l of thcKitite.  HKNHY A. DILLON, Ag't for Amiga**,  ���������   ���������   ���������  av 110.1 iiig .uiro, you wm itnu  full Hpc'9 of GcntB full drcvp f-hirtH,  while kid Giovof, Collurs hiu! lawn  Uu.*}.      Simon Reiner & Co. Ltd.  -���������^aMM^^^aANx  ,>mmm.*4. %.*..... ....mm nmw.imi.i.M.immmm  it--   "i  :ui.i;(,.(*u������t   liy  'Chonnlv iMf'-tT'^tuttl J".fitHt������  .���������..tjvll-.nrmnwi'tt't ivnr tm em  dt������jM������nrt a<t!rtint������od..b'in!ejtoZ  ittr#n������ilt-No. t, for ��������� r:,U\r.rf  rmHt',1\iwxbt>*; Ko. *, lis do-  Ctim Bttoiiff*11 f>r Bi-cfJfj  c������i������ti*,������ per hots, held bv an  itni0<iitt4. Atiit tor KiooXt'a Co*-  ton t....! t;oiui-<ja.i.; tAko ao  .  ,t    '  ������  ,ti:  TUe tca'A also (Mv- Oo,t    WLifli*;, Onurtc  The Best Oiftsfor Xmas and  New Years,  JapanESE Goods Etc  You will be amaii*i at the������e Bcauu/ul Uoods.  World Of Fine Arts.  LatM-o otock io anivc about thc ������::.*. 10 days in  C.auiUr.  I have a few samplee in stook at present, 1 or 2 o!some kinds  urOomo snd ohoow yonr goods and ltavo your ordar wttb ins.  K. Shibata  WATCHMAKER tnd JEWELLER  CTW*a_S53������a^ftJW x>  -#^_WM>������i^V^"M������,i������"W>,i������'^V  '���������������-.

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