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The Cumberland News Dec 24, 1906

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Array V  DEO 28 \S  it\  mc.*. jm������������3^*-V imw ������-,;  - -r   ���������"���������-" i"V*-m  _-_j_wrjWT-_Mt"  THIRTEENTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   B.  MO.XDAY       DECEMBER,    24   iqo6  P  ������  NEWS NOTES OF THE  CITY  5 b 'vx    13  ^OB-  POPULAR     PBICBS  TicRets given with wry Dollar, Cash.  purchase, whioh entitles you to chaho.ee to win beautiful and  useful presents.  It is our love'.for'our dear.ones that makes Christinas a ||  truly Happy'Se'a.*iO!������'ard that brings to' on-V and* all the Joys ti  of a Christmas Remembrance.  Hi.m*Wj_wiiiwiwiiBli ���������wm m���������a wi in iii*t������i iiuiu  1111 1 uni ��������� ��������� 'LjA^twr^ximaajaaatx^mmxa^  t-^1ftli^*������_A,-uHu^j������������JiJ.;*t^.j..,-fv,j**.^nj|^<*u-.   .9-i-t'i-^^uMTr\v.������..'*m^\m%rmmTk*^  QiJia*..sa:iooiEc of  _���������OB_  ^  is'larger aid more vanea mu -*ver.:  We should suggest Early Shopping  before selections are broken.  anc-. ww <rtg*rwwy^^������ww*pn*w-i* 11���������ti w iimiui ^'���������qwarpw  On New Year's Eve the Trinity  Church annual Chri.;tn&$ tree ess  terlainmeni for the Sunda.v School  children will he hold in ihe Ci y  Hall, not ihe Cumberland f.������ \s\e*  v.ously announce:'! inthese columns--  owing !o tho Rathbone lister** requiting the Cumberlat.il Hall for  their dance the following day.  The enter!:*inruont which was ad-  vet tied to be x feuturo of th������  children*1 evening has ���������here, postponed to a future date wheu a pro  gramme well worth seeing will be  provided ���������,by the Ladies of Trinity  Churoh.  Mr-E W Clarke, principal of the-1  High Si.Iijjo!, left Friday  morning;  iq. spend his holiday-- at  Victoria.  ALL TOYS below cost to clean  up block, At The Big Store.  Mr James Grant arrived home  on Thursday for hie holidays from  Vancouver where lie haa been ..attending Normal Scnuol. ���������  1 IJ I,  ?\  w l  FOB  IAMBS,  _C3 D������l  J.. -  tristmas * ���������Presents-.  The Magnet Cash Store Leads Them All  X  u*mk*_ ���������*������.*,.<������.������, ;t.mjwv**-������%-uw*  jci^jty***^^^****-*^.**^^  i������s������w������^iM'*^������������'wrjastB9s������m���������B!WB-.,������  _)i������M'*-t',**gMir-T^Mr*-J**j*-*--_^  retuns he wa- drowiu-d, '.he. ri.r  hviiiK found all smashed to pieces  Mr Hudson has gone down to   in-  W'-7  Cumberland.  Apk or "write for* our Xmap Cn'alogue.  NOTICE  TKNDKUS FOR CROWN LAttDfl  Bualud Tondoru, .ndnrwid "Teudflra lots  Laud", will he rtoulvod b> tbo un<%signo*l  np to noonflf Friday 28 b DfiOimiUov, 190d,  for tho follnwiug Urowu Liuidit, altuai-ail iu  tho Couiox AaMMinoiit Hmtnot; ���������  8. K. i ol Lot 150, Comox District  ���������40 *wr������>i������  Lot 6 Nmvouatlo District���������KJ8 aorta  Lot 12 Nowonailo l)lnwiot���������104 aoroH  Ths liighoit or nny toador will uot aoo-  ������������������rily bu aoooptod.  John liaird  Chivmruhiuit A Rent.  CwnWhnd, BOStttDoo. J nail  % ������t 26d  i- isBaBMiaiTOiws a-sK^-fMi*^ i  NOTICE  Strayed to my promisee: 1 2   yr  o]d red and white heifer, 2 ybarlioj-.;  'heifer?, brindlo and'  rod, 1   jorpey  calf, ted and white.    Unless chimed nnd expenses of koep and advor-  tising paid in 10  dayn   from   Uii*  date will be sold for such exponas-  Wm Matthewpon  Comox BC  Deo, 19,1906  IN THB MATTKU OK Oiuytor D2  of thoRevimd Stattueu of Uauitd't, and  Ainuudlng Ante.  AND 1* THK MATTER OF nn Tm-  provtinout to tlio Ts������.l������m Kimr,   Van  ��������� T   ������ 1  t������t'4*Ul'   * *|j-*t#v������.  fAi\tu NUi'K-'rt th-" ll- v: ���������'���������'*'���������]  ,--_  Nr Mid UiUiUtaelutmg <'"������i.ji 'ssy, U-  mHod, have thin day, in i������ur-u*uco ol  Sootion5  of tho Aot  ren-poo-ina  crSin  Work* con������niat������������d tu  or  ov.v  K.*vignhlo  \r(,,.7!M  ���������l|l������,*������ ������������������<,><!  ������  L������rup<MMiA ������>l'<; **'**tl-i **lio  Ml������-l������ror of   I'uhl'o  Wi������rki at OM**  ,....���������, ���������. *wu wad Rftualijac ili-woi in  fh������ olHu������ i������i ilm lit^'ix nu* ut I'ukB di- tliti  I)i������triot iu \������hicl, nti'.h v.-������nk  in ^ropn*,ed to  be eoftatrttutiiti,  AND TAKKNOTI-K Uuu on Nt i������..Uy  tlw iHth dny , 1.11 n.irj. tfi)?. ft(������ illcitlMt  will be made to tbf>  (J-vi-rt,, r l*. ..trul   14  DatedthU 17 h (Kv ot  i>H>*i������iior,  I'.id-j  fHt.iouui* i..r iii^.iL.+ui-u.  j24-lro  NOTICE  All accountB owing me mnat be  preeented for payment before Deo.  ttlri', and all acoount������ due me must  bo paid boforo thd nxmo d-ite.  S. C. DAVIS, SonV.  FOR HALE  A hoi- wator ho'd^r w'vh   ttttacii-  moiitrf aiuioiit now,     Apjuty at thif  CARO OF THANKS  Mr and Mi? IJ-irvy doflro lo  thanV tho'dociotH axui ntimn ot  tbf������ Vo'xou aiid Cmmx he.- dial lor  ��������� tv ii kt'i'lnff uri'vl ntt-ntrii to  their ������*>n during hi* illne^f* in that  tnMtf'nffon.  Mrs Short and Mips Ethel Short  arrived here on Tuesday evening  and will spend a few weeks with  Mr.s Shorl'd- Biuter Mrs Jones.  Mrs Wood bus has Bold out the  bowrd.ng house which che hat< cbti������"  ���������d-inuRd���������jaa-aju.-.c-i_������ixx il\LlfQf a 10 n'g_j  timo past, to Mr,Jno. MoNivan, the  di'ai being completed last week.  li !:as'often'been said tha* theie  was no money in boarding houses  in CuiViburland, but: Mij*Woodhus-'  exporience is contrary to thia doc-  trii.e. She will leave at the New  Year to reside on her ranch near  Oy>.ter River. '1 he house hiia pas-  ped in o good hand*, and however  muoh the boarders may regret their  for aer landlndyV departure, they  wili without dnubi find a good Bub-  ptitute in Mrs McNiven Ah for  the bouee iiself, besides ita local  repute, it U known and hue been  favourably advertised irom Nova  Sc'tia to Loch Lomond���������travelling  Emit. Wo wish ih������ new proprietress the pood luck experienced by  hei prtidece������8or.  Miss M Murdoch returned last  weok f������om a vi it to Vancouver.  Mm Clarke of Nanaimo uccompan*  ied h������������r nnd ih npondiug a fow days  at her home.  Miua Magrioi,' arrived fromVun-  couvor to Hpond tho holidays with  her family hero  Mrt* Mctirctror and Mm  McGill,  d tighter* of Air ami .Irn D Thom  \i on, arrived la*l wn- {to epond   a  Ji v dny������ vriih their pirunta.  ALL TOYS hulow iost to clean  n,i Mitiok, AtTIm Bin Store.  The nuptials of Mr Mnqb Morrison and Mi?? Annie McQuillan were  solemnized last Tuesday evening by  (he Rev'd. Mr ChriHi.mas ' ct the  Pn nonage here The yming couple are popular residents of Comox.  Miss McQuillan is the eldest daught  ^spiiiMr and Mr? Henry M-rQuillan  iTIi.e News wishes the young couple  vsMfg life and happiness.  IT    ������������������.. * * O- ������������������  SOHOOL BOARD MEETING-  Schon] Board meeting held Tues-  day Deo 18 inst. Tiusteo Bate and  Carey present. Communication  from VV B Anderson re J A Bate,  was read7lfe8(!Tve3'~niaro1v"a^r>^  of this and other matters Mr Bateo  be requested by this Board to give  up either hie position as teacher or  eever his connection with the Enterprise news papor, several other  rnattera' were discussed in connection with Inspector Wilson's report  but were laid over to be de-alt with  at a meetim,' to be Held 1st Thursday after Christmas'.  . ���������       -!������ 0 ���������  VOPtlgiltft,  DEATH  I    V.,  I   .1  "   *������������������'������������������������  ?���������' 1   tt"\o vnt^i^rl -  Archie Harvov, the little ied who  laptt week wa-* reported uuflering  fiom peritonitis, brought on by a  kick, d'ed on Friday in the hospital  NoedlosH to say, the family are pro-  Hlra tod and tho Carter family, at  whose place ho was working when1  he was injured, ire profoundly af"  footed by the aad ending to '���������what  was considered not a serious affair.  The funeral look plnco on Sunday  from the'farm in Happy Valley,  many friends follow ing theremains  to tho ot.wo in Cumberland Cemut-  cry. The pullbc.irs were. 0.  Smith,UPiiMcis W Miller, 8 Mil-  tor, IJ Cart- r, M Pmcer.  Mr and Mm Il'irvi-y have had a  twolvo montliHof liaid luck during  tho pan yar. lilifB , mt of  s'ock, and now the Iorp of a son,  makes a list whioh would wo:l  daunt many mon- We tr.nt Iho  NVw Yoar w.h chunge ihingB f->r  them tor too L������������������t������*r.*-  Dont Forget the Mas*  queracleToni-ht.  t* <,%ift  en iAtsXj wt*;* .*.  eUleutboy being aft". 1 tnd. Isolation Win* as once rc^onod to, and no  f fib r caKec have Jn-:o boon nott-  exl.  mnwTTTvn ARninwiT  IJ .*w ���������  -ENTERTAINMENT  IN AID OF  SANITARIUM FUND  On Thursday evening in the  Cumberland Hall vvill . be presented the operetta for young people  "Little Snow White". The story  of "Little Snow-White and the  seveu dwarf*.' is one of the most  quaint and curious ol old fairy  tales. The firs! tfcetxc opens wiih  a cLorus of [ha uiuidn in waiting,  one of whom tt-lls in verse the lt-g-  end of the birth of "Snow While".  In lhe second scene Little Snow-  -White-who~has-oui~-rivdied���������the���������  charms of her cruel step-mother,  the Queen of Poppyland ia sent into  the woods to be slain^ but eventually findu refuga in the cottage of  seven dwarfs. The following is the  cast of Character*'.  LlMlttSnow-Wiiii-*. Ma(������j<������ Dowoall  Qaeou of P"pp>: *''*u-J (her stoptnothtr) Nina  Dovdall  Priuce ot ArciKlie Tom Clark  N'iobu (hie nifltei-) Mias Vera Jono������  Ivdjio (1 kcHiiuiv sou) Jue Kee^e  S^vstt dwitrts���������Mastora   Wiilard,   Ocllinaf  Benuio, H-irno, Hnr*vood,BuydandTh.iu-  ������ou  (Mui Barou of Arwulie  Uiicly ot the tStiouturings  "     "   " Koroaiol  ������"'   " Fau  "   ���������* Trutgos  ������<   ���������' Hihhoim  ���������������   "  Qln^'N  l^ineH iMium-a Collina auu 8t.u ,rt  Several charictersongs will bo  rendored by juvetiiloB during the  llrbt part of the pr������ gramme. Mr  Winninghiim wili. C'iud .01 au nr-  chiMtru, while AliivW Ftnuie t������i||  act am nco.nipani t Uxv the yniii't,'  pi'opks mniiti. The livening tu hfl  concluded with a danie.  11  .<  11  8 Watii'U  ItlUu LU rant  Mm K 'i'hcitu'.a  Mint Auduriou  MlM-'PlkM|  MlBS   Pill) tf  Miuii V Joi.im  Christina'! set vices will be c le-  brateil in Triinty Churoh tiiniori"W  morning. Tne nicred edifice has  been hi'iiutil'tilly decorated by die  l.id'oi of t;.������' Cliunh  Wedding boll.* tomorrow  ���������  u     ���������  S  Have Arrivfd  "V  I   M  *x  ._������. ,    rsj'j^ity "v*^  .Tflm".p LH'in������.'flt^np. n yoiiii-.'man ' uuk-y lieudx .vhen   it wu*   I   ������rd  whoh ������< lived here fur hoim    time, | 'In' th-p nh'i������iu������n������. of   urk*^s   n d  i ,(,,,.������. 1-������������������ ft., .1-   !������������������ r'*p'irtid j .1*'.'. j-rjiiwi' !.'|> lo the l?*������-h;.i'f     ���������������������������tt  SHfKVriNC   MATCH.  Mr J.N. McfiCr^J has arranged  a thooting natch (or gtmo and turkey a u������ ������,*ko phcus tomorro"- tt 9  ] a.m. on tho logging road behind m-j  Mill.  uS'tWH'-d ��������� t*i f.}'.in}'o'd\u.      Ife was  1 i-'t vrkinp um ht-.f   wi'ii   ������'r   T  fjuf' nu r-j-tnhiy th'- Hue lo   Sari".*  i-no,  \tn*v Mt-,-. :     t   ih-   r^pnrf.������*il  Ir.unin '  n(Jn   f.ivmir-tnno   *a'y  tha'. iliPl ��������� wu iltl |v iu< t'i* i|> ivr  C*irHiii;i", I.i'r'r XM ��������������� ��������� 1 c 'i it  !)���������������������������)' Iiftd arrived ir V;i.ci-;v,jr  and v,niii(i irrivf i.i ui ir. < \ h-rf  .n M'f'ifliv wh'sjh i nr ������-������iinB rnt*,  ���������nd Mr MrlMic*   ������ill   havo  tmuxv  thit In irut   'L'.vi*..   uiu   .if   Mi \ i,-*-iM������mi������uu-t*������Mi������������' ir.������i.  di^ - 1' ������i V  F  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  i  Olive's Courtship f  BY LAURA JEAN tlBBEY  ���������  Author of " A Cruel Revenge/' " A Forbidden Mar-   J  ������ riage," " A Beautiful Coquette," " The t  jj Heiress of Cameron Hall/'  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������  (Continued.)  Glendenning looks neither to xhe  right nor left, but with his keen eyes  on the flying horse before him, urges  Judge Mon-ow onward, nnd the gallant little colt responds to that  thrilling voice. He has reached Fos-  sara's flank, and inch by inch ho is  surely gaining on him.  The mad shouts about him are  deafening, but he sees only the  white face of Olivo Kneeland like a  loadstar before him.  Pessara begins to show signs of  impatience and distress; the foam  covers his chest, and his eyes flash.  Jt is all his rider can do to urge him  onward with knee, spur, and lash.  There is only one more rod to cover.  Pessara and Judge Morrow are sido  by side, neck to neck, both increasing their speed with every whirling  stride. Suddenly Pessara falters ever  so slightly. Men and women hold  their breath. Then, quick as a flash,  as if shot from a bow, gallant little  Judge Morrow passes him by a lap.  It is done so swiftly, so suddenly,  and so masterfully that a great cry  of delight breaks from the vast multitude of spectators.  One instant, more, and the cry has  deepened into a mighty, deafening  yell. Little Judge Morrow, with a  passionate strain of mighty muscle,  and the tense; glare of straining eye-  bal's, like a bird passes under tho  wire and past the grand -stand, and a  moment later the victor stands paJit-  ing and trembling at the spot where  they have led Olive Kneeland.  The girl forgets the great throng;  the man who has gallantly ridden  him on to victory and to fortune forgets everything but the panting,  beautiful horse whom the eager thou-  ~sinxIs~aTe~crowding-and~pushing���������one-  another wildly to catch a glimpse of.  And in tho excitement Roger Glendenning slips away quite unnoticed in  the crowd.  Thc next morning's papor gavo a  full account of th3 great race, together with the encouraging report  that little Judge Morrow hud been  soid for a great sum, and the money  had been paid cash down on the  spot , to the fair young girl who  owned him. Considerable comment  \ve,a mado in reference to the sudden  disappearance ������f tho ,nan w'h������ had  ridden him; and it further stated in  the article that it was to bo hoped  he w_itfd put in an appearance at  once' andu-eceivc the congratulations,  and, b$������������ still, the money that  awaited ���������%itp. Tho namo paper also  stated thntL Miss Kneeland would  take the Alpi'iny boat that evening  tor join tho judge.  Glendonnirig could never account tor  the impulse which prompted* him to  tnko thc samo hont, though it cost  him tho last dollar ho had in tho  world. As soon us ho stopped on  deck he saw her, standing- at-Uio  further ond of tho boat, with hor little hands rosting lightly on the rail,  gazing dreamily into tho wator. llow  sweet and fuir sho looked, and how  thoughtful! Ho looked about for his  brother Oscar, lie wan not thero. A?  feeling of tierce, angry fitipay-SRpo  stirred Itogor's heart that ho should  neglect hor so. Why wns ho not with,  her? If thoro was anything in tho  world ho detested, it was to see a  man neglect the lady to whom ho  huh betrothed fur anything the wide  world held. The man who did it was,  m It'* opinion, i/nworlhy the name of  limn���������ft despicable creature too mean  lo waste n thought on. lie wondered why Olive, who was naturally so  high-spirited, did not remit it,  She nppi'iired to be quito alone.  For long hours he sat and watched  her. Ah! how sweet it wuh to bo so  neat' Iter, breathe the sniiin air with  her���������so near that ho could almost  rench her i|ivhs wiih his outstretched hands. Hho. stood quit** still, forgetful of nil tlmo, deeply eugt'oHHed hi  )���������������������������*���������  own   reverie,  The Hun went down, nnd slowly and  Miftly the dusk gathered, sen ling  down inlo the black (dui/lows of  night. The moon ro.*>���������', and one by  one the golden stars rnlno out, und  li.\cd then-selves in the deep blue sky  overhead, mirroring their brilliant,  twinkling in uut u.uuuig, ���������������������������*.������������������  ������uj������*'*. <��������� i. .t i -/������ i/������.������ii .'.'. ���������! \t.i .f '!  iimivvs gleams. KUll ()ll\ujjtt������y-l.itjd  Mo-wi there. Jitttfidmuiiliipi  of whom she wafr*;thiiiking'M������i  war her.        ; :;S^",  CIlAlTKK XV.      *'���������  Ai tjjTvon o'< lock "the boat wtf* due  ot ^|WWi.Vv   It wanted 1 wentv"i--inu-  ti.*s W thm    tuna How,  j.t-1*  KtxfflnQd' Blood*Inf the Jmnu.  wOJWJf'ttw  *'*l*tftbit  "���������������������''-  ling li''Ut curling'wave*.  At ItxijfCh f'l-nd������ptin,r ,-���������������������������"������������������ %.,-rv  anxious pier ior, and ><m ono oi  the bolt hands to remind her she bud  bad DO retmaliuit-nt, and ih.a ain  must bat tired standing.  "You ere v#������ry kind to think of  tne," she return-ad, simply, "but 1  Am neither h'stutry nor ne-'i,  vhunk  you.   k prefer to stand."  And the man touched his cap and  left her.  ���������..'lendenning still lingered near her.  The wind had freshened, and the stars  were hid-den by ominous dark clouds  that presaged a storiji, but she did  not seem to mind, though it was  now so chill that all Uie passengers  had sought the shelter of the comfortable cabin save a stray man here  and there pacing rapidly up and  down to keep warm.  Glendenning feared for her, standing, motionless there in the cold. JShe  had loaned far over the rail now,  gazing intently down into the white-  capped waves that dashed their  foamy crest almost up to the deck  in their sportive play. Suddenly, as  he watched her, the boat gave an unexpected lurch forward; then those on  deck heard a shrill, sharp cry of  terror, and almost before they could  realize what was happening, they  saw the girl lose her balance and  fall headlong down into the water,  and ere they could reach the spot tho  mad waves had closed over her.  But simultaneously with that piteous cry there rose another, full of  sharp horror, and they saw the man  who had been standing near her  throw 'off his coat and hat and  plunge in after the girl.  In an instant the wildest commotion reigned; the bells wore rung,  passengers crowded to the decks, and  the most intense excitement prevailed.  The steamer had dashed on fully a  furlong ere it could lie stopped.  Boats were quickly lowered, but  every face was blanched. No one had  seen either the girl or the young man  who had sprung so nobly to her rescue   appear    after    the weaves   had  ut  ho  KO  olive  place,  dUnp-  swallowedtHeni.        t,    * "~   ~"  Three, four minutes passed, the  length of eternity to the men who  sat in the skiff, which was shooting  about with the rapidity of lightning  wherever a dark object could be discerned on the waves.  At length they beheld a white hand  cleave tho dark water, and an instant later two heads appeared above  the waves, then sink quito as quickly-  "Pull, lads���������pull with a will!" cried  the 'man in the stern of the boat.  "It's all up with them, I fear; they  must have gono down then for tho  third time." Hut at that moment  they all saw the white hand thrust  from tho waves again, and know that  tho bravo rescuer, with his heavy  burden, was making superhuman efforts to keep abovo water, and that  his strength would friot last him  many seconds longer. They shouted  to him lustily, and ho heard thom,  and caught the rojw they flung o"t to  him, and in less time than it takes to  toll it ho was drawn into the skiff,  still grasping his dripping, almost  lifeless burden, and was soon drawn  on board tho steamer.  Gonilo hands relieved his stiffened  arms of thoir burden, nnd whilo restoratives woro applied to the young  'iady and tho work of resuscitation  was pushod rapidly forward, others  turned their attention to tho young  horo, who, as soon ns he realized  that they woro safo on deck and the  danger ovor, foil back in a deep  swoon.  As 'thoy bent over him, forcing  brandy between his white lips, the  attendants in charge nindo a startling discovery���������tho num luul been in  disguiso! Tho action of iho water  hud almost removed thn black dyo  fiom Iiis face, his hair, nnd Ids  )lotnlo moustache-, and they found that  hi' was very fair, instead of the dark  young nuin ho had appeared.  They went quietly to lh������< captain,  toiling what a strange discovery tliey  had made, and ho decided thut improper course to pursue would bo to  keep ihe young nmn under strict, surveillance until In- could itKceriuiu who  and  what he was.,  Ity this tinn.' tht!;'boaf luid reached  Albany, and everybody hastened  ashore, all save .Miss Kneeland.  Judge Kii'vlinid, thou^i very weak  from his icciit. illness, had como  down   in  a ntrnagu to tho bout   to  -���������mot    M<-   ll    lit,,,'  (treat, wim i*ih const ormit ion when  she did imt in,*'-.'' her appearance wilii  the rent, ior In- hud caught n glissspAt  ��������� a her wuli.'j.,, hunkdly along the  deck.  Iiiunediateh'     upon    gaining    fnn-  Se-oUHII-.'hW,   UIU"   le���������||MM|   UOW   |)������I|U������-  ly hint had ��������� *.-������������������'a|������������-ii drowning, ami  that her rescu r lay in the next cabin  in a rather pi ���������'aiiuiis condition, but.  by that tlmr he had no doubt come  out  <it hiH de' p. trance-like swoon.  'Let too go to bun, please, and  thank lum ior ���������-..iving my hie," mjo  plrdd'-d.  "I must, do thin."  'the captain gave tim young ifniy  Ins arm, nnd thoy proceeded at onco  te the opposite cabin.  At   tlu- door lie ������'u������ hurriedly ratted away, rutd Olive entered alone.  Tie* euitiu  w'av ihmjy Sighted,    but  mli*L     ~J>y     t.LU.l    '^Jl'-'.I    |tl     ')������.'.' Of        tfl*  ������arge arm-cnairs Ut tne lurtner ena  of the room, his head bent on his  hand.  She crossed over to his side quickly.  The dry clothes she had borrowed  from the stewardess did not trail;  thus there was no frou-frou of skirts  on the moquette carpet, and he was  not aware of her presence until she  spoke.  "You must allow me to thank  you for saving my life, sir," she  said, holding out her slim white  hand, '-Words but poorly express my  deep and everlasting gratitude.  1���������"  The rest of the sentence wus never  uttered, for at the Sound of her eager voice his hands dropped from his  face. He had risen to his feet and  stood tremblingly before her, and the  light of tho swinging lamp falling  full upon him, revealed to her Roger Glendenning in the flesh.  For an instant she stood before  him paralyzed. Was it some mad  dream? Were hero eyes and sense of  seeing playing her false? Was it he  whom they said lay charred and unrecognizable beneath tho ruins of the  great /ire? And then she remembered  that there were others who were  equally as sure that he had escaped.  He was standing before her���������no myth  surely���������looking at her with that  slow, sad, wistful smile she remembered so well, and his whole heart  shining in his earnest blue eyes.  "Is this Mr. Roger Glendenning?"  she gasped, brokenly, retreating a  step and still gazing at him with  those dilated eyes of hers. "Can it  be?" her hand dropping heavily to  her side.  He bowed humbly, and his head  drooped low on his breast.  "I am indeed that most unfortunate of persons," he answered, huskily; and the wontier crossed his mind  vaguely, how could she have penetrated his disguise so quickly? Ho  had quite forgotten that the water  must have removed most of the dye.  She looked at him in pitiful embarrassment. He was her dear father's enemy. He had forged her father's name. They were natural .foes.  Still, he had risked his life to save  hers. She owed him a debt of gratitude that could never be repaid.  He saw her hesitate, and he well  know the reason why. He could read  the emotion in her breast from the  troubled expression of her eyes.  He held out his hand entreatingly.  "I���������I���������would have given a dozen  lives if I had had them to have saved yours," he murmured. "But now  -thatr-you���������know���������it���������is���������X-y-do���������you���������-refuse to clasp my hand for one little  momont, Olive���������Miss Kneeland?"  She stood before him with drooping head and face deathly white, her  whole frame trembling.  "It is not an honest hand," she  sobbed. "It has been raised against  my father to do him injury. How  can I take it?"  "Forget that I have mado tho request," he replied, with sudden dignity blended with reproach, sinking  back in his chair again, and covering his faco with his hands.  At that moment one of* the dock-  hands entered, approached Glendenning, and* remarked as ho extended a  bit of printed paper he held in his  hand, and which apparently had been  torn from somo book or papor.  "You wanted this taken from the  breast-pocket of your wot coat,  dried, and handed you, sir. Hero it  is."  "Thank yout" murmured Glendenning, turning a shade paler as ho  saw Olive's oyo rest on it, fearing  sho might recognize it, as ho had  torn it from a paper sho had onco  loanod him and which she was afterward looking for but never found,  ho being too bashful to admit that  he had it, and carried ft about with  him in hia breast-pocket, ofton reading it ovor and over again whon  alono by hlmsolf, tor every word  soomod to express his own ��������� unuttured  longing.  Yos, Olivo did recognize It nt once.  It was ono of Frank L. Stanton's  beautiful bits of tender sentiment,  entitled:  "Wenryin"  For Yon,"  A dull, chill pain seemed ia'ael/o  Olivo, She had brought herself to  believe thnt ho was utterly cruel  nnd heni'tleHH���������'dead to all tender and  gentle emotion. Thin wun proof that  he still had a vein of romance about  lilm. And the tlull pain at her heart  grew more bitter as she wondered  vaguely who Roger (1 lendenning loved, .She could not hour tho thought  of it.  Women nro strung)* ci'eaturoH of impulse, wholly unreasoning ������t timeN,  Thnt. one thought, he loved some  one, had tile power to turn her completely against hliu,  Turning slowly from his outstretched hand, with u haughty mien  that he hud never not Iced before, slat  swept out, of the cabin and down lo  lhe diii'lc, and hurried lownrd the  ciirrfngi* in which sho saw hor father  awaiting her.  '*   " "i   ot'i*   In   OHvi-i  Vtuv'tinHV-s  life which she never afterward tor-  rot. A thousand conflicting emotions filled her mind ami teemed in  het brain. Should s!w tell her ful her  of her narrow psenpo from death,  and  who saved her? or should    she  -..111)11^      UlllUUU'l      ItMtW    .'<"���������       tintl .. v,...  face to faco with Roger Olendenning?  The thought cnm������ to her how bitter ho was against liiiu, and she  ron li zed that in less timo than it  takes to tell it he would havo htm  ngaln tmder nrrost for thnt forgery,  and Uml would im-au a p-'h-an <vU  for the num alio was now beginning  in I't'.tii/..- lU.a she. loved better than  nil the world besido, save hor old  father, -who wns Roger Glendenning's  rHont lean i-nemv.  Should sb������������ J**t lilm go free and  r������M������������t hor fat hi* by h������������r silence, or  ' shri-^ld ������he give him up?  ��������� ^n.xs eiuea-a tne carriage with unsteady steps, receiving his greeting  constrainedly.  "Olive," he asked, suddenly, as she  took her seat, "who was that young  man I saw you talking to at the  cabin window, and who came and  looked after you? Who is he?"  Heaven pity her! How should she  answer him? She could not tell a  falsehood,  (To be continued.)  Fnilthftil to Hi* Friend.  Toole and Irving were friends from  the days when they were both struggling beginners. On one occasion ir-  ving was to be presented to Queen  Victoria and was delighted at the honor. An officious court functionary took  It upon himself to tell the player "not  to mentSou this matter outside" lest  other actors, such as Mr. Toole, might  think that they should be presented  too. "Let me tell you, sir," said Irving,  "that Mr. Toole is uot only a deservedly renowned comedian; be is also a  truly Christian gentleman. Toole often  saved me from adversity, perhaps starvation, when I was unknown. If John  L. Toole is not worthy to be presented  to her most gracious majesty, neither is  Henry Irving. I wish you good duy,  sir!"���������London Standard.  Tbe Il-tacinth.  The hyacinth has its name from  Greek mythology. According to the  story as told by Ovid, Ilyacinthint. a  beautiful boy, was the sou of a Spartan king and the favorite of Apollo.  Zephyrus, being envious of the attachment of Apollo and Hyacinthus, so  turned the direction of a quoit which  Apollo had pitched while at play that  it struck the head of Hyacinthus and  slew him. The fable concludes by  making Apollo transform the body of  his favorite into the flower that bear*  Mis* Nuchtincula's Mc.-tae"-  Though Miss; Florence Nightingale  Is now an old lady of eighty-threo,  arid is spending the evening of.'her  Jays in retirement, her personal interest in nurses and nursing is as  keen as ever. ,It was nearly half a  century since she devoted the national  Crimea testimonial  of    ������50.-  000 to the foundation of th������ Nightingale Home for training nurses. Tho  other day the Mayor of Derby gavo  a garden  party at Lea Hurst (Miss  -Nightinga-le's-former^homfr)���������to���������-tha-  nurses of Derby and district, ami  Miss Nightingale sent theai a cheery  message. "We hear," she wrote, "a  good deal nowadays about nursing as  a profession, but the question for  each nurse is, Am I living up to my  profession? The nurse's life is abovs  .nil a moral and practical Iwc���������a Isle  not of show, but of practical action.  1 wish the nurses Godspeed in their  work, and may each one strive with  tho best that is in her to act up to  her profession, nnd to rise continual.  Iy to a higher level of thought and  practice, character aad duti/ulness."  -Christin- \jVrM   A Popular Type of Hog.  Duroc-Jerseys are probably found In  all the states and some parts of Canada. They are kept In large numbers  throughout the corn belt, and their  strong constitutions enable them to  stand heavy corn feeding well. In tho  south they adapt themselves easily to  climatic conditions and are probably  one of the best breeds for that section.  They are red or sandy, with slightly  dished faco and lop ears. They are not  so large as in former years, but there  ti not great difference between them  DtJROC-JEHSKY HOW.  and Berkshire or Poland-Chinas,  Thero is considerable variation In the  types found In different localities, but  in general tho Duroc-Jorsey Is a vory  good bog, matures early, makes economical use of food eaten, Is active and  hardy and adapted to conditions, from  pasturing to heavy corn feeding. Duroc-  Jerseys cross well with a number ol  breeds, notably the Poland-China, and  do well to grade up nntivo stock. Rome  claim the meat Is rather poor, hut  slaughter tests hnrdly bear this out. In  breeding qualities Duroc-Jerseys stand  high. This is one of their strongest  points. The sows are good mothers,  rear large litters, and the young pigs  mo quite active ������tiid hardy, *-_>������ Julia  R. Gentry ot Indiana lo Ohio Farmer.  Naming His Quivtrful,  A farmer in an English  town bas  e*������h*. J*:'.<j^*r.r*t iv*,-, ������ii./-������ nnmrti* te ren*  resent hia feelings nt tho time of their  btrth, The ddest ts called *Joy," and  the second bears the name nf "Summer," as sho was born In July. The  third arrived at a time of financial difficulties and would have been called  "Sorrow," but her mother refused to  have tbe name. Bo Sarah was aubsti*  tofr-rt, Tblnr* were brlphter when  number four came, and "Hopo" maa her  portion, white Ave and ������lx���������twins���������were  respectively "Spring- and "April," thli  last being their birth month. The seventh wae styled "Harvest" and the  jreeagatt "Comfort"  CONVICT LABOR.  Novel Plan Por Its Utilization���������Labrador as a Penal Colony���������Fill  ( Up the Straits.  j The question of what to do with con-  1 vict labor is now engaging public attention, says a writer in The Montreal  ���������Standard. Labor organizations are pr-o-  i testing against the labor of the various penitentiaries being employed at  trades which come into contact with  free and honest labor. The products  of prison work are being sold in the  publlo marts in competition with those  of free IsJbor, and to its great detriment  , From a psychological and physical  standpoint convlctB must be given some  form of work while serving their sentences, and it le perhaps immaterial  what this work may be, Us products  will And the way Into the markets of  the world. Not only are protests  coming from labor organizations, but  the manufacturers are equally pronounced In their opinion that prison  labor should be taken out of the range-  of competition with free labor.  Oonvlcts must be kept at work,  otherwise penitentiaries will become  mere asylums for the idler and the>  tramp, and a haven of rest to the crim- '  lns.1. On the other hand, Industrial Interests demand a modification of the-  present system of prison employment.  They go further and say tbat tha>  manufactured articles coming from the-  penitentiaries should be so designated.  What, then, is to be our disposition  of prison labor?  The municipal authorities   throughout the country have of recent year*  provided  prisoners with  work on the  public highways, and., the moral effect  ; has been surprisingly good.    It would-  be impossible, perhaps, to, make such  , provisions  for   the   convicts   of   our  penitentiaries,   although   there   ls   no  ; reason why a  convict  should  not be  kept ln or transferred to, the local Jai?  and made to serve his time there -as  an    employe    of     the     municipality.  Breaking stones or making roads seem*  to be the best thing that can be provided those evil-doers.  A Great Task Awaiting Labor.  For several  years past  tho   practicability of closing the Strait of Belle-  Isle has been much discussed by trans-  j atlantlo shipping interests.     The most  | skilful engineers if\ the country are ot  opinion that the project is a -feasible  one.     The Belle Isle route is dangerous to navigation, and in the spring of  ; the year, makes a passage-way for im-  j mense  fields  of  ice  that  drift  down  i-Wlth the tide from the northern seas,  ! as a result oT which the Gurt"Ts761ocl?ecr~"  Cor weeks and huge icebergs find their  way into the path of ocean liners soutfc'  of Sable island.  Tho Strait is not very deep, but the-  current rushes through it with fearful  velocity. On either side are high-  mountains of bare and solid rock, and  in these we have an abundance of material with which to bridge this passage of water, which ls only about nine-  miles wide at the narrowest part.  By contract labor, the work would*  as already stated, cost an enormous  amount of money; by convict labor  it would be comparatively small. The  suggestion, then, ls to make Labrador  a penal colony for Canada, and utilize  prison labor in filling the Strait of  Belle Isle. The colony might be divided into two camps, one on the Quebec and the other on the Newfoundland side. The filling could thus be  going on from both sides.  Moral Effect V/ould Be Good.  With an endless haulage system, tf  necessary, running Into the quarrlea  and with tho large force of convicts  sent tbere from time to time to do-  penance for their crimes, this glganttir  piece of work would be accomplished-  in the oourse of not very many yeara,  and at perhaps less cost than it would  take to maintain the same force tn the  various penitentiaries. Honest labor  would be given an untrammelled control of our markets.  Thero can be little doubt that the-  Institutions of this Canadian Siberia  would have a salutary effect upon the-  morals of the criminally minded  throughout Canada. Pour years, or  whatever the period might be, of hard!  labor ln Labrador would carry greater conviction than a similar sentence  to Dorcheitor, St. Vincent de Paul or  Kingston,  The undertaking of this pleas of  work with convict work would meaa  the centralization of that form of labor  for the entire country, and would free  Canada of the enormous exponse of  maintaining a large force of guards and  officials at the different penitentiaries,  Crime would unquestionably be lessened, the perils of the Cabot Straits  diminished and the navigation of the  Gulf of St. Lawronoe greatly extended  tn point of time,  The Fish and the Ring.  Fishing Is perennial in Its Interest  and In producing curious yarns, the  following being from The Mitchell Recorder: "While flHhlng in the river  opposite   Red   Bluff,   Willis   Brown  OttUK'U ��������� pike ������%.'.*'.:...+ V.U' fvM,;  pi*u������fist. The- young flsbfrtnnn Yitdro*  anxious to make a meal of his en-t-u  proceeded to dress lt. While removing  the entrails he noticed something hard  tn the fish's stomach, and on opening  It found a fin* gold wedding ring. It  Is a plain band and on tbe tinsido surface are plainly engraved, "A. C. o  M. B." The supposition Is that the  ring wae lost by some person while  bathing In the river, A ring similar  to the one in the fish was lost In the  river down the stream a little over t>  year ago."  "Ob," she said, "your conduct tt  enough to make an angel weepf'  "I don't seo you shedding a tmr,n hty  retorted, tod till ready wit saved tbe  d*M. .  **--���������* THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  v  The old Roman charioteers, and heroes wounded by wild beasts in  the now ruined Colosseum at Rome, anointed their wounds with secret balms, made from roots and herbs. Instinct tells us to rub a  place that hurts and in Zam-Buk the great herbal balm, is found the  id<ial substance to rub with. Zam-Buk differs from ordinary salves,  ointment, etc, in the important fact that it contains no trace of  any mineral substance and is also free from any animal oil or fat.  It is composed of the finest herbal essences and juices and so refined  that the most delicate skin can absorb it with beneficial effect. It is  at one and the same time healing, soothing and antiseptic. It does  more, does it better and in less time than any other known balm. Use  it for all skin injuries arid diseases.  WHAT ZAM-BUK DID FOR A MEDICINE HAT FARMER  Mr. A. White of the Assiniboia Hotel, Medicine Hat, says:��������� "Some  time ago I received a severe abrasion on the leg and a fractured shin  bone. I did not treat the injury very seriously for about two weeks,  when it got very bad, and I went into a hospital. An operation was  performed, and after two weeks' treatment I came out. At that time  the wound was not healed up, so I decided to try Zam-Buk.. It was so  satisfactory that I continued with its use, and the wound is now entirely healed. I only wish I had known about Zam-Buk when the accident  happened, as it would have saved me many dollars and a great deal of  pain." "   A ,������>_.,_*._���������__   ���������_������___-__   ������*__��������� eczema,   skin   diseases   and   erup-  Gerf aiBI   l������UI*e  TOP tions,  ulcers,    abscesses,    boils  bad leg, chronic or poisoned sores, cuts,   burns,   scalds,    sc "  sores,,  ringworms,  babies'  heat or'chafing   sores,    chapped  hands, chilblains, sore nipples, and all   skin   diseases   or  injuries.   All druggists at 50c a box,  or  post.,'free  from the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. (6 boxes for $2.50).  Send attached coupon and lc stamp (ti pay return  Post) to Zam-Buk Co., and free trial  box will be mailed you.  The municipality of Berlin gave a  banquet in honor oi the delegates to  the international wireless telegraph  conference. Mayor Kirschner presided and toasted the delegates, saying  that the civilized world was watching  the proceedings of the. conference  -v4ih-t-he-keeaiest^ateiiest,_a4idJmi^  that its results would benefit all mankind.  Hammer blows, steadily applied, break the hardest rock.  Coughing, day after day, jars  and tears the throat and lungs  until the healthy tissues give  way, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral  stops the coughing, and heals  the torn membranes.  "I aXwart kM-n Ay.x'������ OXt.rxj Pectoral Id  tbe Xwata, It kW-m p������rf*et relief whenever  sny ot m luvve cough* or hard colds. I have  usid It for a jrrs������t nwnjr yesrt snd io know  sll aw it."-!!*!. Mart Odsrtkak,Varjt-  bunr.K.T.  An  Sty 9,0. Ayer Oo., Lowell, Hue.  AUo asnuJMtursrs of  iiers  JL   SAMAFARJLLA.  PUIS.  HA!B VKJOR.  ���������HlousnoBO, constipation retard ro*  oovery. Cur* these with Ayer'e Plllii  "How's  Your Stomach"  i ii the way people in China say  i "Good Morning." The greeting of  almost every nation ii an inquiry  after health. The Chinese haye the  root of thc matter. A strong stomach is the foundation. Look after  this organ and the general health  cares for itself, Man is so constituted it cannot be otherwise. It ii  the mission of  BEECHAM'S  FILLS  to keep the stomach well, the lived  active and the bowels regular. The/  .!.':,.,!  Lf:l;"'.tt"   zr.l   rr?iti   h*??*Jj.  Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Bilious-  tne** or Constipation cannot exist  when Beecham's Pills are used according to directions. For over SO  ' years they have cured disordered  stomachs, and are now a world-famous remedy. They merit your  confidence,  Cold Everywhere In Canada and U. S.  America.   In boxes 'Ai cents.  THE CAMPHOR LAUREL.  flow   the   Drug   ta   Extracted   From  the Wood of the Tree.  The camphor laurel, from which the  greater part of the camphor of commerce is produced, is a native of  ,ehina._Japan.^j������ocmosa and Cochin^  China. It is a hardy, long lived tree  and sometimes grows to a great size.  It has evergreen leaves, yellowish  white flowers in panicles and is a  very ornamental tree, the trunk running up to a height of twenty or  thirty feet before branching. The  fruit ia very much like a black currant. '     ���������  In the extraction of camphor the  wood is flrst cut into small chips, and  the chips are put Info water in a still  aud steamed. The head of the still ls  filled with straw, and as the steam  carries off tho camphor in vapor it  is deposited iu little grains around the  straw.  Tho crude camphor is then heated  In a vessel, from which the steam Is  allowed to escape through a small  aperture. The camphor sublimes In a  semitransparent cake. In tho manufacture of camphor tho tree Is necessarily destroyed, but by a rigid law  of tho lands ln which tlio treo grows  another Is planted ln tho place of every  one that Is cut down. Tlie wood Is  highly valued for carpenter's work.  Camphor was unknown to the  Gvooks and Romans and was flrst  brought to Europe by the Arabs.  Reserve Bads.  Every one has noticed how, when a  large branch of a tree is cut off, small  branches will shoot out around tlie  stump. These branches are from the  reserve buds, of which all trees have a  great number at every portion of their  surface. Under ordinary circumstances  these never come to maturity, but when  the tree is wounded or cut off or loses  some of its branches the reserve buds  at once come into play and renew the  foliage.  ������Yaicna������.M  The fragrance of Havana cigars la  imparted by wrappings called "yajr������  ������s," In which they are rolled. A yagua  Is the thin net-like covering found on  the leaves growing round the fruit ot  the yagua palm and Is large enough to  wrap a bundle of fifteen or twenty cl-  gars.  High Class Blacksmiths.  In Saxony no mau is permitted to  shoe horses unless he has passed a public examination and is properly quail-  fled,  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  Orchard Culture.  The fruit experiment station at  Mountain Grove, Mo., has long tested  the advantages of orchard culture and  the condition of crops in recent years  and will continue this work. It haa  ���������been found that a crop which will cover  the soil during August and September  wil} be a great advantage. It is not advisable to plow this crop under until  sprlng7for if allowed to remain on the  ground during the winter it will serve  as a protection.  COULD SCARCELY  WALK.  Signals of Danger.���������Havo you lost  your appetite? "Huvo you a coated  tongue? Hnvo you nn unpleasant  taste in the mouth? Does your head  uelio and liavo you ilizziuesri? If so,  your Htonuir-li is out of order and you  nood medicine, Hut yon do not like  medicine, Ho that prefers sickness  to medicine must Buffer, but under  tlio circumstances ii.wiho mnn would  procure a box of I'lmneloe'o Vojretablo  Pilln ami spooilily get himself in  health, nnd .strive io keep no.  Itow 11b** Ontlier Honey.  A boo gnthoiH honoy by tlio did of  Us "trunk," "lower Up" or "tongue,"  which Is used us an Instrument for ox-  trnctlug tho nectar from llowuiu The  ���������'tongue" of a beo Ih not, ns wan once  thought to be tho cam, a tube through  which the Jlilto Is mickod, but Is built  moro after tlio fushlon of n flno broom,  With thin broom tho boo brushes or  lujm tho honey or honoy material from  the (low-era, leaves, etc., and pauses It  down a groove In tho upper surface of  tho tonguo lo tlio iiioiiiu proper, iiuiu  tllllt    point    llut    Jtlii-W    in    vo.tu.t-. J  through it mlnuto oriiico Into tho "tlrst  stomach" vulgarly called tho "honey  bag." Tho honey bng la a real chemical laboratory, where by somo mysto-  rloun process whlcli tins not yet ut*������u  ���������explained by uelotjeo tho juices aro  converted Into pure honey. When tho  chemical process of tranaformlng tho  nectar Into viscid honey hm beon completed tho beo dlugorgcH It Into ono of  lite celU niiido for tho purpose of a receptacle. Kor years tho mlcroncoplsU  and thoontoinokouiHtM have b������������u *uidy-  Ing tbo boo's laboratory, but Its workings are at present umong tbe unexplained mysteries.  A   Rheumatic  Sufferer  Cured   by   Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills.  Rheumatism is rooted in the blood  ���������that is a medical fact every poor  rheumatic sufferer should " know.  Liniments and outward applications  cannot possibly cure rheumatism.  They are a waste of money, and while  the sufferer is using them the disease  is steadily growing worse���������is slowly  but surely taking a firmer grasp upon  the entire system. Rheumatism must  be treated through the blood. That  is tne only way in: which the poisonous acid can be driven out. Dr.  -MUiaanslJEia__J_I^^  new blood and thus cure rheumatism.  Every dose of these pills helps to  make new rich red blood which  sweeps the poisonous acid from the  system, loosens the aching joints and  muscles and gives the rheumatic new  health free from pain. Among those  who can bear witness to the truth of  these statements is Miss Dorsina  Langlois, of St. Jerome, Que.; for  weary months 'shu suffered from  rheumatism and had begun to, think  she was incurable. "I could not  straighten up" says Miss Langlois,  "My limbs were almost useless, so  stiff were they. For many months I  endured such pains as only rheumatic sufferers can understand., Although only thirty jears of age' tlie  suffering I endured actually made  mo look like au old woman. I used  liniments and tried several medicines  but got not the slightest help until  almost by chance my attention was  directed to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  I began taking them and in the  course of a few weeks 1 could seo  tliey were helping nie. Little by  little the pain began to go, and the  stiffness to leave my joints. .! continued taking the pills for several  months when every symptom of the  tumble had disappeared. 1 have not  felt a twinge of rheumatism' since,  and I bless tlio day Dr. Williams'  Pink l'ills came to my notice."  Dr. William* I'ink Pills never fail  to cure I'lieuiiintiBiii lieeause they go  right to tlie root of the trouble in tlie  blood. That is why these pills euro  all the common ailments duo to poor  and watery blood, sueli as anaemia,  headaches and backaches, indigestion,  neuralgia, est.. Vitus dance, general  weakness, and tlio uisti-ossing irreg-  uluiities that, afiliet women and gmw-  jing girls. If you need a medicine  you will save money by .taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Pihs at once. Hoe  that the full namo Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Palo People is printed  on tlio wrapper around every box,  Hold by all medicine dealers or by  nuiil at fit) cents a box or six boxes  for $2,50 from the Dr. \Villinuio'  -Medicine Co.,  Iliwkville, Out.  A I.i'iiutliv limn.  Mrs. PorMy-Pnillimton fprondlyl-Tt'e  enn ������mco our ancestry back to one of  Uio Saxon kings.  Visitor���������Indeed?  Mrs. Portly-Pulllngton ���������Oh, dear,  yes! Wo have li'*������u descending for  generations.  Dear Mother  Your little odm are a coniUnt cart h  Fall and Wintet weather, Ths? wi  etfeh cold. Do you know about Shiloh'i  Comufnixwn U������s, im umm Tuuk, **i  what it has doaeloc w nuay> It is Hid  to be ths oaly teli.Ua remedy for all  dii-MMt ol lhe air pematju ia chudrtR.  It ii absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take, ItUmiaranteedtoewaotysw-moiMy  ii returned. 11������priceU 25-t. per bottle,  aad a\\ dtarntt in medicine sell ya  SHILOH  A REFRESHING SIMULANT  That is perfectly harmless,  because it is absolutely pure.  A Perfect Luxury to Japan Tea Drinkers  L?ad     Packets    Only,    4Cc.    50c,    and    60c    per    lb.     At   all    grocers.  s  Practically all makers of good  clothes in Canada use Hewson Tweeds.  Look for the tag that guarantees  PURE wool. ���������'  That Cough  ���������which ordinary remedies have not reached,  will quickly yield to 'a  ray's Syrup of Red Spruce Gum  It cure. those heary, deep-seated co__1m���������takes away  the soreness���������heals the throat���������strengthens the lungs.  None the lesaeffectivo because It Is pleasant to take.  Just try oae bottle and see how quickly you get rid  of that cough. / At your druggists.   85c. botUe.  25 #  Cnttlnk Eyelashes.  An eyelash is pointed. A cut lash Is  blunt. A lash once cut never again  becomes pointed. Every lash lives a  variable time and then falls, out to be  replaced by a fresh one. When a cut  lash so falls the newcomer ia pointed.  So any mischief resulting from cutting  the lashes will be remedied by time.  Opinions differ as to whether lash cut'  ting promotes growth. That it renders  the lashes unsightly is very certain.   .,  The New South Wales gambling  suppresion law has been passed, and  is now in operation.  Lady's  $25.^Watch  SOLID GOLD  THE 15-Jewelled Ryrie  Bros. Movement of this  $25 watch may be had in  either closed or open face 14k,  gold case.  It carries a full guarantee as  to its accuracy in time-keeping.  Precisely the. same excellent  movement in 2 5-year gold filled  case will be sent postpaid for  $15.  Drop ut a postal card ami we will  tend you five of charge our large illus*  trated catalogue.  %tm   fa  FINALS  METAtLrC^OOFING C?  TORONTO SwfliN I PEG  Towito.Onl;.  When you buy  WET  WEATHER  CLOTHING  you want  complete  protection  and long  ���������service;  These and marry    w-._pom.  we combined in  other good:  Km  OILED CLOTHING  You eairt afford     /.  to boy any other     /  |Cl  T-OWl* tANAO'tH CO Ut",  The  Ideal  Underwear  for Women  Aside from the fact that yott can  get any weight���������and just thc right  size to fit your figure���������there is  another point to be considered  ������bout  StanfiekTs  "Trnro Knit"  Underwear  It holds its shape. It is  unshrinkable. The usual trouble  of Underwear stretching out of  shape or shrinking, never happens  to these faultless garments.  Gowns fit their best when  worn ever "Truro Knit."  At Vast, SEE "TRURO  KNIT." Your dealer has it or  will get it for you. M  After Labor, Recreation  Travsl !��������� th������ Aems ol  Rscrsatlon.  1'r-ii*!*   mi.l   I 'li,l li i ,  Wo tmiMt dclltic thitU'ty ir.ul prnh'e,  Tl.<7 *ro dl*tln-"t. Tntmn ������'a������ ���������"������-  co urn god to virtue by 1I������������ panegyric  of Pliny.    Tlbprliis liiv-M-m* olntlniito  In   Vlfi*  ll'uili  U������g  n.uu ..���������   wJ   ii.-   ,iv*..,  tors.-l.ouiH XVI,  Ti*i������ -tUrl*. I  It In Just as en������y t<������ f -II tn |.������rt������ -.vlth !  a rl������-h Rlrl na \t ia t<> full i:i l<������v*������ with  ft  j' VIP 'W<\  h"t !���������  '*���������  "iT'-rlllv <-.:isi*-r  to tGuarrv tlwt i j������-.- ������������������������'"  W   N   U   No.   608  When you travel secure tho  best in equipment, comfort,  and safety, and use tht  Canadian  Northern  Railway  tmw m-mmm .m~.i~m������.���������um* ii.i,���������,i������������������i mm,  Excursion rates tins winter  In sv-sry dtructlon. Kast,  South nnd West. Mftlia your  wonts known to any Cnnad-  Ian Northern agent, who will  bd glad to furnish tho fullest  information, or wrlto  GEO. H. IHAW,  1 raffia  Managsr,      Winnipeg. '������������������a^** ^%Ri^rs-������������^wiw*������������wswft������i(i^|f!,  CUMBEiiXrASSTQ;. JSffiEBKfiBtt 'COUftttSKA.  "STAR*  RlSfcS a������d^HY7������  ?roos-  1  f  t  I  t  h  ������������������#  ^ML^i-a^,  ami  WYMEN*  IROI*FTHY  ATTlWiMEfe   '10. A  SrdSt, Cnffltoland |  When'In (teart������n������y foey At  t Cow-rtenarr Ho  H-veep c^vernem*** for gmests  Th  3*_ae Oentoal Hotel tor Bpovtsmen  Uono bat the Best of Wise? and liquors  at tho Bar.  BATES  I*BASeNABLB  dtehn-Johnston,    Prop.  it 11 i,iirm.tni**-r*,fc*- --"- -m-iimmnttm^u..'  W. B*. Andersen,  PHOTOGRAP  POPULAR PRICES.  ALL STYLES  CUSTOMS BROKER,  executed at short notice;  Oeres.'-Grip  fa Two Days,  - ��������� a*.  *<"-m\ i>.  ihSHiHSiym*    -a -tt*������<.WMf*->  Scveu Maikm k>3<?s scid is 'past'S 2 roon&s. TllIS $NsiSa4?2P8t  y  *?-l *���������"������������������  i������fflB_<Hi������-������g_-3-3tf^^  !sl������S  fiS .15  'JSu&.7t^t'i'J"SB  mm  O*  2DJL"1TIS3������  "K?.^.3rp.rr,r'3l5?.  K'.^fiv -i v fttTSSr'ttO-A _*twt>y������ om tap ; -A?^ the fsftm.w Md'LW AWWF  'km&A-~Ar.he.w*rt Bofcflittkv, Schlitn, fee. " OK) f>ftWk UKAJM)"  8������������������������*t vrviff-tfttr. Setst; Wiaes and Sriq������aQr_ ef &H M������d������.  Tho Byeixflug aad Jkwigtnt* 1.1-fajKuwnt, uutler bho lia-roetlHt-e troyerlutctutUHM of  t-Juy  Davie, wilt be found First etew hi ������vc*y wtpeos.       '  Dr.  ii^i-UiMii; s .ii&ji^yaS' iy  "*'\      :���������:',-��������� ���������  f'::���������'*:* *x...  Kt.---T'i";���������������������������-'."--fif ;  ���������f vVV .v *..3(*fi������������.>r....%��������� .-^,.;������-j*,.i������  ,.H%*<*f.:y;.-i,,,:,"?;'���������>��������� ..,<; -  ���������'a-  iij."  ���������lifi-  k-\  RATES,  oo yer day t*p*warde.  ���������"������������ wM^mn���������.*-*  ampbell's  A E*a������ ������������l������������_ioa o<f 0A_CS>S   rJway������a   un  kusmd.  FEKMiH'BO-SAX} aveaY. *������v  Crd*������3 iter SFEGtjfcfvL   AKE3 praatjpttp- f*^*_ss������������d to.  femir iypj  Omlerl&Ei.  ������urribeir*an-d  KJoC*  BI10I GMIfOR  ! REEDER of    olstoin GaKle, Chester White Pigs,,   Kawed Plymout  Rockb, &c.  BCPBQVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  p������ur.-s_ai������inimfH*'fc������������i ii4m*m**-4^:iAtAmaaMaar-mr*t'  wesat!mm3m\ ���������* m*-********^^  OTICIg igVlBRWRY OIVKN that  ������wi ������j)j.dio;*>rio.'i wi!', 'o,i uiaiIc U> iho  Legislative Asaew.hiy of Ui'- iVoviijoo  ot Bi-iiiiih -Jolutiibi;-. et Us -,-ut Sea-  sion, for an Aot t������ inoorpofate a  company to build aline of railway of standard or narrow giugo, to ho operated by  Bteara or elecirici-y, from a point at or utar  ihe hoad of Portl.wul Canal thwi_9 folbiw-  k������g tho valloy of B������ar lliver a ditftar.ee of  thirty nitle^J, with power to build, ''.���������dp,  maiuiaiu and op������rate l>'-a;i..-h lini-n^of'fiitiwn  milce i������ length from the maiu Hue and v>ar-  fcusularly up Glacier, 8ifct������r and Auits-osm  "OrwKT^SS^lp^ffT^raMtsh-���������pcrmiat������3iit-|  traoka for oollcctiug aud diatribtitvrig yurdii  INTIK^^G  mSTimOWE  ������t  ������������������ ip  OORREOT   ENGLISH  HOW TO USE IT.  A  MONfOLY UAOX'fMti   Dwoms   TO   Till!  VIw or BN(j_rsi..  JoBipnteitt Thdoic B/-UWMJ., Kdltor.  Btirtial Oonto&ta for this Month,  ������mdi je in liniiliah fur tho Heiiiiiiicr.  foorno io liii'giislj tvr tho AiWaneod Pupil,  Uow to Iowwuo Gnfi'������ Vocabulary.  the Jkrt of tftoaviii'Hii'iiou.  Bhould sod Would:   How to Uao them.  Ifronunofotioni (<Sontu������y jJiutiouaiy),  Correot VofiKsh to tbo Moi.io,  Oo(j;r������ot ifcj'.ylUli (n itt) Sobool.  Whnt to >%y ������itd What Kot to 8ajr  Oouvse io to.^j r-WV}r������({ aud Punctuation,  Mytaberjo lull of AWrori^tidne,  liuslnsis l^w/it tot tho Ifkiiiiioss M.������p  CotJipoond W-ii|<li   fytxw U> Write Thorn,  ftta<iiM hi Unglfbh IaWkum.  $1 a "Sftw. Bond 10c for Boniplo copy  eO^ICT WflfJW, Evanston. III.  e������o������o oe)ooooeooo������u0^  8 0  L:  iivery i  on the main line or any branch or b^nche.v;  to construct, operate, . uiaiu&asu   aud   own  telofiirapb iuid telephone   poles,   or   either,  along tho route oi the uaid   jailwuy   or   Its  l)ranohos, or in connection   th-m'witb,  and  to tnuifliait njosBa^e'i for comiiui-oii-J  pur-  poao*. aud to charge Uillo i."h������rftfoj; to coaur-  HteoleotrkiJty and supply lignt,   heit   aad  power and ereot, ooaatruos, buil>l nud muirt  tain the ncoeB������ary btdldiu^u aod works, and  to gfliu'jfiito any kiud of power for   ihe pur-  poaea nfnroaaid, or id ooiiueciion  '.herowith  for reward; to oou������������ut with and enter into  running wr-ii^Amcuta  with  oav   i-ailwuy,  and to ooiujuot tf-rmiual   oldbigy   at  any  inch eouueotions; t" reooivo from any (tov*  urament, porflou, or body citrporul*.', grouta  of loudi moaoy, bimuso*, privilnycn or uthor  as-ji.taAOu, in *id of tha o<iiiNtruot,W. of tho  PompRny's uii<lertAKiii|jH; with power io own  by purchase of loouiiou, or \mvie ininen and  m>ll aud dispone of it������ holdibvt.1) vvlt.h p<iwor  'to own, U8������ and opfiTftto water powor con-  vouiont; to tlui I'Oi-.-.l iov th. Cinipaoy'ti rii'l-  way xnd other parposbw,   And  to   i.-ximoUj  tiituh potttii'o an nre gr������;nl.O'l by LW.;u IV and  V ot l.no "Wfttor Olinweti G -iisulidulim Act1'  with pnvwv to build, own, iiumtain whiiivcu  doolcH und biiiikerii in ooucdutiou with tUu  Onmpar-y'a uiidcrUi'.iwg.*,; uiul to build, own  equip and uininfaio nt-eain uud otii*.*r v������s. awln  and bonta*. wd opuraio tiiow um  Uio  waters  of the 1'rovinco 'ii,<l -.lionu  ndJA-oniit On-i'ita),  and to tiialto tratlio vnv*������mMiu'.������t.>* wivh rati   j  wuy, i������U������iunbeat itt.il otlnr foiop-iniunj itad  tor allothnruoeoiitoy er xmaAeaxAl ryhl*,  poworn aud prlvlh.yeu In that bshuU  Dated it VtotorU B.O., Win 'I'M day of  Augun-s, lBO'l.  1SVKRT8 k TAVU)lt,  liolieiton lot \Mu Ai^Uaaotn.  dl2-0������  mmmmmtmsmjm^mMammmayMtmm^  lUdijig oi\ loeomolivtw Mid   uwi!  won,' titt* of   tbo   Vt������^*h   (Hmhetfiy  Mon   *'\c.ti\n bxiihii %i" xtw  -i������, MCBhic^y  pwhiMUs't.    lt/t������yl������yw������*_   :&o i������ub-  v  G  ^'i_,J.li    mkmmf <f>  ������    'furnir.hMtyUisii Kit>;.s    x  ICCt* t,U Ji-Miii-lrUw!  "ll,-  !    1      ���������������"  ��������� ���������*,'   id*    .  ���������-.  ...  r-K,?i*'-/"'n.','*'i^ ������'i'f**^.  D. KILi-'Ai kiKti  Cv -' s"  O  V*5 -  I  r-j t^'ii<������ u. l',tri!j-K  ...   .~������������������������i...**<rt������������"*"*'*���������������������*������"  *���������������   '������ .  /*' -  i ,'*' t/;  .J   :*  ", ''-J   ..I '.-..;, l-JUA.J  itu-i   l������'*  Uubon Ci^nr Factory  ��������� NOHOE IH HMBBBY QlfBK that 30  dtjii aftev date I turt-od to n>M*e Jip^ll.vt-  iou to khr Soiiorablo thoChjt>' ���������Oo-aimiMiou-  er ot IaikIs and Wor its, for Htfoc-bvl lioeiwo  to cal aud carry uwuy timbor fi������o**u thf* f.,1-  lowiny dMciiMyi Kinds H.itna'-ed  Nol Couimuiutiug _t a print nbout #00  yorda a������rth '/ooi liio moutb of lhe iot  river of iu������partooixi on the ims\ eitle of Batr  ties L'ike fp>io tho uoarh end; ru-Jiiiug 40  obaitib c-'wij liO ob>ins soiuth tiw-ji -10 c!>,u-.8  ir.oie or lti'-fl to shore aud followi^jj 's^to  back lo point ol coiutneooeuiiiut.  -~Nn^~0rroweroi*n|;*ist~r^wrtbT^^  uhauta wnst oi mouth of '2nd river ou oust,  Hide.of ilutUelviUo froiu -sout-h end rosiniug  south'80 ohaioh.; os-st SO ch-mo; th������iioo  north,80 obaius; to'share s.nd following  ahor.o back !.o puiat of ooriiui������i"Cf)m������nt.  No 3 (Jonvmonoi.'g ^t tno eonth-weet  ooru������r of No 2 running anath 80 ohaii^-j  thenw elwt 80 chuios; thuueo *inirth 80  chuinsi thojioo west 80 uh",u>s to point of  commencement  CE. McILKOY,  Ouaiberknd, Sny. 11, UW6  .'5-4t  i^ammsmautastotssa������^  ftlOHOBIS HiiKKlAk: UlVKN Uv-it _t  I w 'hit nent so-ioion of 'hn Lw,i*liitlvo A'-  i-oiubly of tho 1'tti.iooo of Hhtikh Vo*  luiubk, upplioaUon will be mado hn- a* Aot  to iuo'irjKMftiUi a Company with power lo  jippropritito i*'-d uko ,'roiu the incut, hu UiMo  point no tuuoh of tha w-jitorof Ji.hta.ltt Kivor  in Rit'igo V, Viout Uis'jict, Hiitiwli Ooluai-  hiis,, an may be neotu-ary for the pnrpoac������ of  tho Oot'ipiiuy to j-mppl.- ^>wor, Ji^ht u������il  Ivmsx for mining, doinu;,ii*.i, inaiitduuturii*^  nnd other purpoboh, tm tlioir-habiUuts, o';r-  ^otdtioijc, iiuuuis, milb, uiAnnfboi-orJi'H and  all other work* of the Titiiupimm 1W. ..mla  lUioo l-iku'l, Oigby lulmud aud ivtlj^ocit  i������lundH iu Coiut Dintriob, arid alw with pow  or to oouhtriiot rf**������ wur,Us at kuun pi.ico on  the Northerly uxci ot linitsn NUt.d ab ui.y  bo cUienidd Ui'Mf KuitcbK and td'Jlay pipe.  i'or cobvo>-Lug the uusnti to the ruhaltitaias  of suid Islandi _ud bo supply, trausmtt and  dfHtritrtico powwt, Ujilit iritd h������*6 by oon������  pressed air, ele������tri������itiy simI gw to ttoe inb*-  bitaktv, *jrporatl04is, inlnus, inilln, qimsii-  fiwitOTins ,uid all ntltur wurus wit-liiu t!t<i  District Uiforo weutlo'i^lMiid Uiu aurrosud-  hi| dist������iot withio a rwHaa ot 76 miles lift"  th-e Mtld Rbwlii RHrri isad alvo to omisttuot  and unUatali! tmtuwsy, railway t\o(\ Wile-  phono KyuMims in tbo said ndm* aud to us  tMiri the s*td .yiU'������s to other diMtriioU* omi-  Hg������ou������ theromi ������nd tlso to erott, lay, von*  ���������W'W* nud runtam aJl sooh worKi-, IirirtgOM,  ! tr.to^ii, tvadi', eubwuyti, buiUliu^s, tuitku,  llunscui, dams, r*tiww*ayK, poliw, p^pon, <vutn,  <,.-hh'M, Hirui^wrow aad ������ppji_���������.,*_! at mty Is*  uuiMkttary to fully ood caajplutely carry out  tuo yin poiam ot the -Uou.^wny, And also to  ] *     -i  I'* ���������" <>f.t,i������  nrd tn   nrttironrieln  \~, : ������,j i"ii' <or y>iw w"ik������, powir-howw,  j tiatious, tramway luiua and other neoe**i������ry  w������rJ"\ snd t<.tpp^opriat*. u#* *ud diittt  m muuh of iho nu.h#(irded watnrs of ai y  x.vrr or utvik w������w������in may uo found i,n. /.  .;<'U'.������.uiu.U and ���������Joiv-uHaifeoM wtihin tno <l  waiu i .ids*-i ajj as..? ho um. e^aiy for th* pur-  ptf%-������ of tbt- o<������������ii>������iiy iu titdur to tupply  ������iowit. bflit Wid bon* tf Ui* Inruhuuuu,  _ TlA3.'������.U* .i.i, mb,'-., mills, in������*.'i'iiov������lins'  ar.Xotlifi' wo������>.i Vkithin th* ���������mm rmhtxt, aud  ,,, .-', * - I um ii j* . , * '., *,4 m. .-... tt.*.'���������UAt������t  >r   i_^a-.-i,-j to Mm ������.������t.ituc*.'.i-ttt ot ttoc ,*bovi������  .3. %'. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Sails from Victoria luer^iv, 7 n.w., -fur  Nitnaiino, calKng .i������ Noivh Kdanich  Gowioliue*"i������ny, ������M***-iple B>^y, "���������Sn.'/ton,  Kuper n.t*i Th-edis Islands .������h������xo tVeiyht  rr p*i8������iioj}--rs <-irc/'.  U-av-bK Wkitii/uw  Tm<'<;o������,v, x   p.m.,  fi?r  y���������w>n Say ixotl  e',t.ti\,ix>.  L������siv������v ft'otNca. We������������������&sd*v, 5 a.tn., for  (5niou B<iy and K-nn_i*aio.  L&tvcs Nuiauime 'i'liawsdar, 7 a.m , per  -yeiM������x mid w������i)- jSM-t������.  Leave -Somivs FviJ^y,  7 a.m.*, for  N.i-  iihIiiso aial w*y ,yo-rta.  Sails froui KswHtimo F^idn-,, ? p.m^ for  Tictorui, o.-tfing ;tt H������-������wr and The!:i  I*l,jn4s, Sro&j^-n, MapU. Kay, C������'wlc>li-  an Bay ?iw_ bionh ftemitlh whon  freight and  p������i6������o������scrs wffur  Nwrth  Saanich   when lid* ft'id weaihor  VA^COlfVJEP- - ������AJsA*-l-:dO - LADY  EltK?H   KOUTB  S. R.      "JOAW."  Sails from   Vrmcouver   for   Nanaimo  daily, except,vSundays, at 1.30 )smi.  ���������' Sails from "Nanaimn   for   .Vancouver'  daily, except Sundays, ai .7 a,?n  ���������-TtMK TABLE   KP>KCTiyE'  -������������������^5i^'i:idlLy.,i^cialmjJ^:wi5M____���������  9f  rseriesaiid Seedhouses  new  0  .:���������.,  Ur������������ Pto������k ������l HOME  GKOWM  Fr������it antl Orna-rnentai Tree?  matured, for tihe Fail Trade.'  Mo ex--petiFi������, loss or d-etay ox f'umi������: |  paf*!������������ o-r inspection.  Head quarters fvr Padfiir 5>-ast  groH-n Garde������, Fiftld, a-nd Kiower  8e*t-4fl jn pwo'i .^5  BEKSVPPtTES, Sray FMi^pilj^  Whal-c Qil Pott}*, Greejvhotjsp I'lanta |  Ont P iiwer.', Bulbs for Fall Plunt- |  ' IS  JJ13.   .. '     I  We   d������   busine^a   on  our   own, I  UMirnds���������no rent to   pay and  ere\  pctipiir.d to meet all competition.' r  Let Ban price your lift befor-' plac- I  iugyour opdpr. '.  "Gn-taXogfwe   Free.  ���������. * W-.-M MMMMMMWWH  M. J. H-BKEY*.  3 ������fii������ "West-Mjaster Road  VasidCOVivcr B.C.  im      rr  i*  iojclM-.aniSappliBS,  SSRS  sgiagitaLi'U'jBwsr  P  KOHTB lU)UN|>~nr'������d IVjvn  Passongoi  Trains  r>a*ly  Stations. No. I  Viocoi'in;  }'.U4������ela.  SiuwiiigHn,  OoIiwIh Hill,  (.'������������������wiehun,  Ko'cuiliih,  Diuicnu's,  V. MJIC'U.O-.  Vftv*l,oV,n,  (Vllrii,,'*.,*a'-')  fji-'h'ifioii, ���������,  S:^ivh VV.rll.:  ;��������� ii u.j'i'0,'  VV"(!i',*U'*-;V.'0,  %:*.evm���������*e%\ ��������� ,"���������  11-'  ���������SOU'JII liOUiNi)���������.Htvul Up  l\i., a.oo  11 i>t  9.H. :l  Xt .8  10 40  IU/18  11) ri������  11 00  IV. "7  J.I.I 8  Li :������!  1). Iff  ���������.g-bwn,  12..1H  Ai 1*2 3S  SllO^B'.  Wwl.  8ut.  No. 3  De. 15.00  15 <ii  10,17  i  10,-w  i*i 00  10 ll  Iti 47  It}..**.  17 i->  17 'X  17 ������������������>.���������  )7,5,">  18,(11  I 8 ..*:>  Ai IaS -to  jt.('������S-������ll*f"J*H'*Sf''i������'1  Vrio'or>a,  Uii-iwl^i  ti'-.V   ,0%)������l,  1'  UobWo 1U1,  Vtsxf'lt:i<ut\,  lio!.. rt*h,  |)!i,.-,w)'i:,  tSooiWKIil,    ,  \V<v������hobiH>,  CJbiiiikiiiiiti.  I^ilyiiinru'i,  o  Ho'.U:  W"lW������������to������!(  U������.*i,iJiir-..,  \y*ts)->_itm.  Ko. '2  Ar. l;' "iQ  wiiii  ������ t  4U.0  V  VJ  10,15  J,(i u������  1,1) l!'t  H **/  l������ 4"*  sto, ti.ciy  Ar. h-oV*  S'.tjH  8.1'A  Wo. 8.00  Mo, 4_  I8.W*  1>.M  l'7.l>  1>'i p>>  lj>  J'JI.M  in. ^  Mtfe-i  ui ,'.a  Ar, h't*8  ift.ar  K) WJ  IH. 10 00  Lo������al Ageni   for  Comox Dist I ret'for  GleveliiMcl  M assey-I; I arris  Brantford  P-fcrf-fictt. "���������"'  R'i.!*r5l)ler  ~~l"mp������nar~���������   ~7~~~^~~^"  '       BiGy������lo*B.  Fairbarjks - Mor a  Gk^solene  ���������J*aok of all ^ratios' sugiu a  ��������� ,. ...*������.,M*n.,',v-.j*,.i, ,���������������������������+��������� ***m4f^������,lmT*^m.mimm*^,f*--,m  ���������������V ������*���������**������ *i_p���������siimtitw-'atiet i*r rn'of'tmatsaawtia* 1 >���������>_������������������snswm tsw-wsw*  Acetylene Supplies  Bioyefe ^And general  Repairing ot   Suwiri^  Mnohihtis,       Fishing  Rods, Guns eis.  Hahsorn ground, 8:1^9 jf.ttm*  mod atid Ifiw!,  Key -Mid Vxpe fitrxnfi.  t__rtftfiififiirifrr i^'1i'A~n~^W^riliTiMirir'~^'LiTTiiii1'  D  -'./(Of '��������������� <*.������   * ��������� -'  t ������   ���������������* '������������������������,  iMUi-t 'l������l- I'l'Ji   '���������*>' ' i  a,  JU-L.  (M2 '*  j^cut f ������r tlu i'l'iuuiUrs.  Ih'.'JUvif.d M'n'-n i������*i <|oiiiHHiiavi,au 'L'wv  li^.i >.Ti fa.ilt.^ >;uO(i 3v������t rfi<t und *te*������������'ii4  '���������in������������, at t^o ,tr.*l 1 in* .IwbK wkis per wife*.  :Ui*b������m-1 r.eawfc .ii<������l ^'MwwIH,,r>l 'im VbxvMi-  n,iei*n% mi"������ r.-yjur-ud t.uni livr j������,.<tict tuwy  l������ a>rHi,',,-t'.d f<*ii fi������ nn;..'lirSi<i������ri to tho  MM, Putii. AfH������it ttt. Vifttoria.  >ln*. CiW*-Mti������v scisiwo* too M������du Ut  cV>u*ifj(Ji',*iiVc^t liritwous iH'tr"M,b\aim<:r������  ������������������ortpx oSikv* ann lynj'M el aiflwg,  kvaea-Y'sxinx 'h-'kota uu ,'/;ilo li"tw and so  nil S*uk,itt, ���������������������������������' l'������'' S"������������������������������' j' tuncv S*t-  xmhy md .S^uiil*!-?, ro������uri*ii|v{ not lir.ei  .lian .Moniiivv,  J, W. 1*11^171*, ������>!������. Snp. f������������������. Qeem'. H������e.  ������. L. COITR7WW, DUi. If, t. * *h,M. Ag.  _________  .. i..  For Sale by Tender  The Estate of John  Vt ���������  r.r-,.���������������.-,������,-<  TiiciloiH '.���������.ill hu j.*v;.'ivwt :������y tivs* t'j.fcr-  fjlunudst thv *iuti.*">'.'.l vfj('i ���������.(id o*������ ,^i  to UotsH-ihiT U*' 1 1.'������'8, tot iht j...,-*- j-,j*������a i,f  tha nadtrin" iitoiti |*r* y 1 ti* ���������-,���������  I^ot 1 U x) t>������ -.Mt ..i /^������ ������2;������ M-^ 021,  Como* UiMtr-.ct,   10 Mros,   . -*w* rtf  Th������ Muheitt or euj- ���������< r.d*r ������������������������������ ii������%t*iMi'iy  vY*.j,;;v   *;, ju. .', j.'-.  Cnmtxti!4ii������( Dr,, J������.������:(nr,,- :���������,-1 ftoii.  1%-dV2  3rd St., totolaiidjil  easiMiewaa'JiW^  Wa^ply fjotelj  Fimt-OlRSH Ac������on������raocl'.t!lou  ...nt Hotuioni-i<:!(������ Eiitoa  .  i  ������Wr>T Or WIK!.������ A MQtJiJRs!  S. SHORE, '!  VlsO-'lMWiOtt,  " I "(MIX  Curnhcpland  Motel������������������  COli. DUNhAUUU AVKNl'%!  Man J If. Pncwt, fropi'  Uwix.  w\\m t-x Cm iKr'apf.! !.���������������  a;.J ^; ..y a������  Ut-.*  Viitt.h*.  HoUti, lirel*w\aun  ActMwdt  linn itftr ii\xm*cn\ und ponM-ftrASl  ot.l Unar-l**!-**. j������  GHi>t|p-ie Pooftts antl  -Puolic Hal  Run in Connoctiori wiih Hotel'.'  ......... .���������.._, ,( .  V.aHA irorn *\M to UW por \i������J  t ,  -���������'���������rt,,  ������--(-*ii-.  ������ IIMill mn *. ������������.i ���������1   Wi ,.������ .  rt ,���������>  , _ -.. . Jm  'TftT .'��������� 'OT- IV MV? ?.���������  ���������:.-��������� ! .**���������'' *.iiV!i.'i,i!:...i VlM;.>tNi.; ,  ������ ', i ''o.gsibt   r, r, ��������� ,   ;..������. n,,.|���������v if  I   tjltlf ti* Cul'tt 1-'.  S,V     (���������', <������ v';! tijjuttiiitw '^.^L. ^i*m*iml3mAMXm  vcs  IfHE   SEWS,  CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COI.ILMBlA.  0  4  -MHjiLmsuwiri wm  THE OtMBEBLAND NEWS  '������������������'  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. B. 'ASTBE-asCN,    -     -   , .-       M'<3i1*  The columns of Thk News aro open to al;  ;.ho wish to ���������JJvprcaa thdreici views o ruar*  ters of public iut{re3t.  V-Thiie wo do ti-.it hold ourselves re .'"msi-  I'-le for the utterances of correapoR-d-eBi*.!, \vt>  Bser-ze   the right   of   d-x-Huiu^  to in������*sr  aminuuioariot;*i u������ueoosn������irilv Ocraoiiul.'  MONDAY, The 24r   59Q6  Row Table OHves Arc Fre-i/timA.  Our consul at Seville reports that to  prepare olives in the most palatable  maimer they must be gathered unripe  after the first autumn showers. Properly assorted according to steo and  quality, they are first washed In fresh  ���������water to remove particles of earth and  leaves which usually cling to thc fruit  Later they are allowed to soafe ta a  solution of soda and potash, concentrated to between two degrees and six degrees of the Baume aerometer. If the  solution be very concentrated eight to  ten hours of soaking suffice; it diluted,  the operation may continue for three  or four days. After the solution bas  penetrated very nearly to the stone of  the fruit, fresh water Is substituted  and renewed every two hours until it  remains clean���������a sign tbat the fruit has  lost the caustic flavor which the solution had Imparted to It. Next the fruit  ls pickled according to processes varying in conformity to the custom of each  locality. Some use brine, others admix  fennel and thyme/while not infrequently also salt and vinegar are employed.  In this way whole olives are pickled.  Whenever it Is desired, on the other  hand, that the fruit should imbibe a  stronger savor of the pickle into which  It is steeped Incisions penetrating to  the stone are made.���������United States  Consular Reports.  NOW IN ITS 3&ibYEAR  Tho leading mining periodical of  tho world, with tho strong*.'at editorial  Btatf ot any technical publication.  Subscription $5.00 a year (teclurt-  liig U. S., GaiiwitJUi. Mexican postage).  Snmi-.iJ? copy froo. Sond Ior Book  Ca.tiiJ.oguo.  FUilUCATIOS OFFICiS  505 Pearl Street, New York  ft IS filfiVviIt t<- f f'C'OV.Mt   for Tfip  ���������*���������������   '  -210UU    ���������-���������(���������iiv i!y    ;:?    fiOV.Sf    !*!'���������������������������'       ��������� ���������  vvuou ujigrauiig. The uortticru L!i;  tbrbpt goes at the rate of Tj-;o miles an  hour, flying -I .'SOO mih tt fronl llgypt ty  Belgolu.-id in u spring night of-burHj  niu? hours. Vir.yhiinu plover fiy from  Labrador to north'Brazil, ji.������.f> i_.i:-.-_,  without stopping, going ar ihe rate of  630 nslk's an hour aud proba'.dy moro.  How -van this vp<-;'d be :V:\.-.::���������;)',��������� Tin'  blr^.s resort to until hriyinn. where tif  resistance of the air is slight.  111 i14  tax :*_**.  K^UM*  ���������\  ������i i*i.K -~ol  *.,.*'��������� i   !���������>.-    r'tie.'i.  Itobi'lg. li'-'Hi, MU---.'i:,g ne ������t,iti-,U"('i*S  ���������tha. l)rn.-m*'a ,-..-���������-,*,nt mom-v h iV.'2*j  *>!>r-1>rE"5!f |;.fl,-i to oiuv i'.'<y -.a***), no mil  ���������' r of h*vv hv.\������ v.t.tMt\h\_, hi S *o 14 i;.Jt,)'i-  (H.-ji ���������xopbwii'uo: t:ivti.i -;,ho Uml i-.yt. 5*)c.  If yoi(J",'{*.tti>gistli.H*o>i'r, it w,n-\ T'Oo i-i-.i-.'ja.He*,  A i'i-i"; %vii oe fyxvoriUsd p'at-faAt by P���������v������  A A N __.__!_  S  w  Wild..AIM) ia yrojjwwi to  fill w-y Ordure f������>Y ?tue or  fcfcouvy  Hicin-atv  at  Hhnr-4 lui'ioo.  aa*4**i*..i,>'f  W!LL;,!i!' B.i.M,      '{toro-bcrferid.  <i������j  \;i f. i  EODS  The Number Korty.  Why this fatalistic forty?  Tho superstition about St. Swithin extends not  only to forty days of rain, but to forty  days of drought, according as July 15  is wet or dry.   Moses was forty days  on the mount.   Elijah was forty days  fed by raveqs.    It .rained forty days  to make the flood; and the waters that  "covereOhe eartTT'WeTe-f5rty"Tiays~iii-  subsiding.   The ancient period of embalming was forty days.   Nineveh had  forty  days  to  repent.    Jesus  Christ  fasted forty days.   He was seen forty  days after his resurrection.    A quarantine extends forty days.   Tho privilege of sanctuary was for forty days.  In the  tale of All  Baba  tliere are  forty thieves.    Tiberius  said that a  man is either a fool or his own physician at forty.   When a man wants a  Bhort nap ho takes forty winks.    A  knight enjoined forty  days of service from his tenant.   In old English  law the limit for the payment of a flno  for   manslaughter   was   forty   days.  Members of parliament were protected  from arrest forty days after tho prorogation of the house of commons and  another forty days before tho houso  was convened.   We usually speak of a  buxom widow as fair, fat and forty.  A man is lu his prime at forty, cto-  Now York Presn.  A Clorlc Rnn by Man Power.  IIo was a due old man who hud been  to South America, but who was de-  rotlng bis old ace to acting as the  works of the clock In the piazza In  Capri, It wnB tie who rang- those many,  many bells we hoard and pir/slcd over.  Somo forty rapid, high pitched bolls ot  12:42, seven bells of deeper tono at  8:0(1, and so on.  Adelaide hud asked Archnngelo, tho  old man's sou, to explain tlio.se seeming  Irregularities and had leura.il that tho  bolls woro only Intended to approximate tho hour; that his father was old  ami occasionally forgot and rung too  littlo or too much; also tlmt ho was  but a man and that hunger sometimes  enmo gnawing at his vltuls at, say,  11:45, whontupou ho rung for 12 o'clock  nnd wiimlored homo to his spaghetti.  His nppotlte nlno neeotinfofl for oecn-  Blonnl delays In the bell -'nv 1 o'clock.  Supposo Aiciinngelo'si ;iofh<jr wan Into  In the cooking of the mihliiy meal,  could his futhiir return to llu< piii/,*su  Wjtliont IiIh luncheon? And what diets  a quarter of an ham- matur after all?  In Capri It Is truly UoScc Im nknte.���������  Bcrlbno*'*,  'OR KfcRST-SLAStf  UANHY, VtUJITtt, '  UUUlt*'&. TOBA-SCf&d.  EiKiiMK lo o Crat.r.  Tlipr������- h uo' ���������.novo iu'or-1;;lug or curi  aoff! fii���������-bt. or> tins <>.v!i'fh iiiti-i the interior  ot the MiinCji eratt'i", At-.o Sun. a hont  thirty miles from the city of Kmwv  B301U, in jGpnu. Tl^is pcon'.ai lo.-aliiy  i* inhablfod by. 20,000���������pvopi'1; who -Ave  and prosper within Its ���������vertical wall scd  feet high. The Inhabitaitii*- rutrly make  a Journey Into the "outer world, ttut  form, as It were, a Uttlis nation by  themselves.  Hott Gr������eley I.������arnrdl tw Htemw..  By a singular adaptation to tht  ehanges ot motion on bts mother'H part  while -spinning FToniee Orevlwy' wht;ii a  youngster acquired tho unwonted quality of reading with the book In almost  any position, eidciwia^ or upside down,  as readily as iu the usual fashion without ac that time thinking It anything  unusual.  AoblnR Voids.  "Brooks," sakl III vers, "that's thfl  second time I've heard you use the  pht-ai-e 'aching void.' 1 wish you would  tell ;no hem- a void can ache."   ���������  "Well," Bald Brooks, rotiiM'tihg a moment, "uot to speak of a hollow tooth,  dou't you socaetiuies have tho headache V"  >M  ** ���������;-������������������ v  ���������5?^zii\~ZjZl ~ iissf L,,sta_r "SL'jtr  k)  ���������$"&������*X'.-������  $ i ^ M '������������������    1  f.k Xi ������ i- \\ :  *;)iit ;lyn,#ofirt>ilB, !i-.ta. ^���������hel\:vt"W li/Yiim.i.i  ���������*i>iM.Wy pat8nf.,o>'o.   0(vn'i;-5*i'(]-i?c������i.lt?r;a* Ktrii*.  '.'������i*a<lantlo". Oie-i-st airuixv.*   .. [Mvjin-iivjic'Jioiii'j  iii Sp-ifm.   Wn I'isvo !i-'-f\.:i'i,;trksotii'A  !''tlW* wten jliro'iub   iVjaGxiii ucliwii in tlio  i '-am tt*. il^o. reooiv j  Tb-ere  Was No  Mnslo.  "What is the greatest flb that ever  Impressed Itself on your experience^  Snapper?"  "Well, by all odds, the worst one I  ever heard was that your quartet pep  petrated last night wht>n they carua  round to the house and saag. 'There's  Mutile In the Air.'"  -i ** ���������*ax**Mtaim\ st. -_c_h_n_������ i**tr.*.f*im~~ -m. -- ���������  * -������ ������|������_|rj:ll^nlHllwt-<'CWW-JHfcH^  The driut of strong mcr ;;nr] hetilthy women  A  \ m j.  f\  W '��������� T\ *% t*  i  D-EER  ���������Is The Be  ��������� X*.>  ���������^*i������*������*tna������*������u������jw,f?Mw.__^t.j������Vsr'������r_.,  . 1_������,v.������^i1a."^J5**t*������-'  . ���������***'nirwn������*.' ������**������wr* "\i4U_*r*-fc  The UKI3K'SEEW.N-G^Co.,   * ��������� tim&mk C  t>-*j *    -*���������.-.*..   -\.yj"*-r".'.-* -���������������������������  ,..,.  iKiawrswr.-  *-'������������������������������������--��������� *  ,. ;zs;  '���������'��������� ������������������>���������'.''������������������'���������  *. a ;-ii-f������. . *..  $������������������<$  <J>^|x"^>  $<&&������������������$���������  $���������&&'���������  *Hfi^/tP������l--$&$sy ���������  $  i  *>  4  K.  AH".  JAPANESE   TAILOR  t  (Seats' Suits and Ladys' Tu,ihwH  C^rtumos nealiy SwiAnd  in fjat������_7������ttiihwiis.    ������har.gcs RiglK.  mamsmwwtmmsmmnwama*msa������mmr%*jaw^ -��������� ^������wnlTTjW^'w������l������^l  /;>PUM.SM;UIR   AVENUE.  ���������i-Mim.ii-i'i, ���������" mH.'--mwmmmaimu^&M'e^uitfHw&^i-!\-*, \.i.7&ii**^--ft*7*-'r:"''*z1*f(tB������f'!*!  .������v^wnwsv������m3Mi~~apiu������  .A.  RAISI^0"* POULTRY.  Tbe Vnlite of 9t>leoo������,  Science Is b first rats? piece of furnl-  tur������- for a man's upper rhamber if hs  has <ommon sense on thf ground floor,  bnt if iT uianli'Wt plenty of~good"  coiuuion sense thf inoi-c science he has  the worse for tbe patient  7  Bnlld the pcSSHFy houso, so that h cu  readily he clo;1^!. ' . I  Young daci.0 eat more than chickens,  but ar������'marketable soouer.  Thc best way to-feed .corn to youni  chickens is crashed or cracked.  When  poultry   does  well  under your  i^an of raanagouient, do not try other  plans.  1     One meal of soft feed a'day h) enough.  It should be given as soon as the e-uiekeua  fly down from the roosts.  !������������������    Eggshells are very j,-i������od for the fowls.  I. Cnirth   them   very   fiao   before   feodiea  .. them lest the fowls gist into������the habit of  j curing eggs.  j Introduce new blood Into the poultry  yard hy buying noma good, Tigotuws  nsales.   Soum pure bred-fowls mi������ht he  Oa������ of the little leaks is X& keeping  ; surplus  males.   Sell  oft every  one  ���������ut  poeded'as soon an thoy can he put into  , marketable couditioa.  *** Adveniur������  Ashore and Afloat  .ROD In GUN  Of  MffityJiy'i 'J:.f"vi"i. ley-ff- .,*.l*..**.-i.-.;,i5. ry.  ';)'.^M������,'*j.���������:^j., ���������tiff'**^&M$!^Ul  LOAMS  .-U,  Tlie OivM   t.  / >   -vi TDiiosaud.v-i ;���������-. ..  .������<������Kvs&,uoi'vcSu8 f.y,������o!H,  irv-iwi   t-jti-  euro.   Vt/hV by tilt (.. .,-, ��������� .., ... ���������-  r*_L*' ;'kf>'' on r,oc4<NS-, of .-;';���������',   ','<-tv-.io.W,...tsi  *^'<jj-'W-wc^.T^"?'WttoJiw^ffl������Ai>S^ ,  ,  $i:s,U>li> J'Hiiii/) 'ttwrW^ottm  \jOIT0Glji     PCS,  SAKEBS  yitBAll), Cake* and tow Admit-  ed daily to uoy ptwt of Hly.  /^^tf*^'*--'.***^^  Terth."       ������  ��������� v ' ��������� I  Bobby���������My gnnrma'e so eld she flint  got o tooth In hpi head.  Tommy- Ain't   she?    Well,   mebby ,  i they're In her bureau drawer. Ilhe mj  Aunt  Lille's Is somettjues.-PUitaO**  ph'm Bulli^lb  D!������n^pot]it������d fn Bella,  "Hot? did,you''fiiil your married dsnffh-  tor setting ulona wlu'ii you visited hei ta  the <lty. Hneltr J<������.h?"  "Oh, BelhiVgPttln along well enough,  bu; -jhefsjust li!:e nil of them society  loll-:e nowv and. I don't think I could ev������r  .it oied triiAhtytti'kn.yis. Tho fUMt. thing  ehe <Hd when, l-^'eut Into ihe houso was  to / ve me a splendid big vneidn ehvov to  $ot in, nnd the next tiling v,-ns to U'll nw  It > *'Mn'������ uiocd form to rock it/'-Chicajco  Oet'so co;;t vory little If allowed tho  liberty of the fields, with'access to a  pond or stream. Thu beslx breed for  feitherfl is the Embden, being entirely  white.     ��������� .       ���������  Tlie size of the yards dependB somewhat upon the breed and also upuu the  mannci' in which tho floek Is mnna'/ed.  Geueially the larger the yard tho better  the fowl.-; wiil thrive.  Ono great recommendation the larger  breeds of fowls have ovor the small oneu  Is lliut the largo ones have to sluy wheve  they are put, whllo thc small ones; usually go where they ploauo.  Kced the ipowhii:. chickonH four timeH  t day all tbat they will eat up elenn. An  the yoi'iiK cl.iek fe'iuwu very rapiiiy it i.  ������ot eitiilly raade fat aud should he In-  luccd to eat nn mueh n.i j-*oHt*,Hjio so u.-i to  {!��������������� not into 'hu uiaiket unrly  If you like to read of the eaperie  anglers, shooter* and campers -or r*  or tf you sre interested io ooun*"'  your nensdealw &r Voremi r  or write for wm stpfl"' "*  twenty-five C6ti-*3 tbt '���������  1 FiKe������t and 5W������gv ts .  wdeSVyi3urn������U -ffufch -f"*"**"  dsptrtments:  Game Dad-tid^iu.  Sua nnd Stiver Fishing  The Sportsman Toura  Rifle nnd Trap,  , Ve'flend free our ataSoijyo of thtfboetl  on outdoor lite and recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM P������$. ������������.  3U Broadway, New York Q*w*  " ���������" -jjjva. The tvuvdi tf\-)^\e Ten'  ^^M^sm^A i5.-.:Ht������.  J tttiw$ii0m&  wt^rVmmwayxCiWwvf+A  ���������aacag^iBaeg.1  SK^r*1 VWBmmsstsam".  ���������xnm.  ���������A'fl)rWE������ttft.'!if<r.  *,W.'i*<,,i*llliJf'C'iW"  ���������nm wtmotm*. OimMV  (ilrovG'i������*  i-toumuoim  JAPANESE  r. I a \i-.\ Ptw-o,  WdMes'ilM raid Kotntil.  8wi.fr* rt.v.i fttOA-ti '*'M  hy   *?_.oc  -ti'KUh cure,  Fotr-Dld I evt i led you of till* Vox*  ienijj CHcC Up Ul UUt  itui4������r< ,  lia..~;\ti.   'iV:.ii o-i-"1  ���������Fogg-My Auot nmin:ili or-rtir tlrei nt  tellln* bow ���������"he priHitiTtd hi r C-iiia anc  trnolenn from tngUiu t">< muntiitr hy  pai'ldntt. xheui with ciuti'-hn i������i'l������. It  hi-ti->d oi:t tK.it tin**-������-Mni"i.'; t"������il- **���������������-.���������������  golf hall������, bin U'.fjrt of u ii.ue iuc ii-nn  to tell Aimt ITaautth.- V������< ������t-*n T������-������_������c4-ivi.  'jc>il)9   WT  A  Wft MA  .10  ,   .....     ..;-*.Xrr->  .V'UlJ.b   tkUTmX   'li   t'  W  '.' Y������flf m**?.mT 'mmi *7������.���������������������������*+��������� '**tmim *a%  ahm a Gaint-ariaai   fSTf-',       _,     .._,  rf'*>*-_iV.'*'M,'\  r������;'hv^ *'.',\i������  5? -' ���������' JttrJ.i-. i'lii^  "<  J,.'o  OT*rr<M(n.*u_ tl������������ ii>i.'.oM"iy,  "I see thit th" ������ji������'-������:t'--i- >.t r'SL-hl-f  tb������ tjortb pek Is nuts Hu-jj^v on r,* fond  aur.flirt.    V*'lfW'  toed Vie .i;.*t duiint  and eiaK'ttiiMfc,' Kti.Kirft' w U'-n'o' ������jh'<u-.   f  Capiwl." i     I  "'lhrn w'������ eft X fwuiat-ixu* too f*.iiu,"     ,  *Trt dr. what'!" |  "To ttatu up a lot of fxiihitvri* to *>xx*% j  en tnewhall ���������muffln* and ice fritter*,"*  Cleveland iluin lH<nbr.  '���������^r:>^'ihvrt>.  exat at  *)r r ���������*  -*, '  It'iE  W  Ift "*  :: ������������������ i%  1  T t-*  ' ,.!>..,   art '���������'-���������'���������W*F. *;--. '  W) UlirT&'ifuV^  ^t-i-y-.-.." .^y;y,   i .-���������������������������.-,  ^WlW*!^ 1  h.'y   ' T ���������. ��������� ,7%  >���������<���������". <i   i ���������   ; -.%  *��������� ���������       -���������,:-������ k<: fl~i<  "'.J  'A  e '��������������������������� "i"<-4  ���������c\  u.'  ���������r/.V  ~'jf  ,. ��������� '5  \-    -.   ������'���������.->   w'i^A  *.      't .������','���������-"t *Wm  Hi,ii ������.n  .- ������   I  i\H-  i.M  -Alt'.'  i Tijl  ri  9i'y"r>l   T'  ** ������������������'���������" -/'t'Ji. ������m\m������ tJL     F-~~> ^A.' ^*r   ���������    '*������������������   ���������*-v"  yiitJki-^  iq.  v> a  .������v*  *    * f ���������  The HUD30N8 BAY CO  Sole  M0C.  t,^   tJ> THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Mark  That Tells  Trade A(ari(  Trade -miked thut in a  -Mliety of ttylei, fabrics snd  pricei for women, men and  children. Form Filled.  Dealer* are authorized to  replace initantly and at our  coit, any Pen-Angle garment faulty in material  or   making. 2u6  Pen-Angle trademark (in red) on  every Pen-Angla  garment, tells you  it will f.tand won't  shrink,��������� your  own dealer so  guarantees it.  Underwear thus  trademarked is  softer, warmer,  more flexible,  better wearing.  By Speoial Permit.  "Here!    What   does   this   mean?" I  shouted   YThooply   as -he   found   his  youngest riding a broomstick over the  top of the piano.  "This is all right*   Mamma said If  I'd stay in I could play on the piauo."  One lie rer.ehes its hand to another.  -From the German.  UNDERWEAR  HOW'S  THIS ?  We olfor One Hundred  Dollars Howard  for nny  ens,-  of  Catarrh  thai ep.nnot  be  cured   by   Hall's Catarrh Cure.  F, J. Oil IONICV & CO.,  Toledo, O.  We, the undersigned, have'known P.J.  Cheney for the last 15 yoars, and believe  him   perfectly   honorable   in   all   business  transactions, ami financially able to carry  out any obligations made by i,is firm,  Walding, Klnnan & Marvin,  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo.  O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,  acting directly upon lhe blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. per bottle.  Sold bv all Druptyists.  Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipation  Inns In   Hungary. !  Wayside inns iu Hungary generally  rejoice in very quaint titles.   This one [  was called tbe Dropperin and had the ;  usual sign  outside���������viz,   a  long pole j  with  a  wooden  ring aud a gigantic j  wine bottle suspended from it.    The \  system of keeping the scores is priini- ;  tive, but practical.    The regular customers and tbe innkeeper each bave a  bit of  wood  called   rovas,   with   the  name of fee person written on it, and  every liter of wine consumed is marked  by  each making  a  notch on his respective bit of wood.-   When the score  is paid off. both the rovas are burned, i  Consequently you hear the peasants inviting each other to ingyonroviasmo-  ra,   literally   drink   on   my   "knotch  stick," which sounds most comical���������  Welffliiiitj   hive Flsh.  A visitor at an aquarium wbo had  wondered how they managed to get  the weight of a live fish learned that  that was really-a very simple thing to  do. The fish is put into a pail of water, which is weighed with t''o fish  in it. Then the lish is taken out, and  pall and water are weighed without it.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Posted.  "Now, boys," said the teacher, "can  you tell me the most difficult thing to  acquire iu a lUoirigV  "The auto!" came a chorus of yells.���������-  Milwaukee Sentinel.  A  Still  Country.  "These mooushiners are very quiet  while they are giving the alarm about  the approach of the revenue officers."  '���������Sort of a still alarm, eh?"���������Chicago  Ne"'j  Made in Canada and Sold by all  1    Druggists  This coupon is good for one ten  cent (10c.) Trial Bottle of tho celebrated  Dr. Leonhardt's Anti-Pill  a suro cure for Indigestion, Biltoui-  ness, Dyspepsia, Constipation and  all ailmftnts arising therefrom.  ^MaUedJree^ in a p]ain package, on  receipt of nannrm������i-~aflilressr-Fill-  in your name and post office address  on dotted line* and send to  THE W1LS0N-FYLE CO., Limited,  Niagara Falls, Ont.  | A THANKFUL  MOTHER.  I "I thank you with all mv heart for  I what Baby's Own Tablets "have done  ��������� ior my little girl/' says Mrs. Antoine  ; Uiarette, Jr., of St. ��������� Boniface, Que.  | When I began giving lier the tab-  j lots she seemed to be pining away,  j but alter using less than u box she  | was rapidly gaining and she is now a  j tme, fat, healthy little one, and I  __���������i<L_JVou  this  as  the_acknowledge^  ������5 fififi RLWARD will  i?J,\J\JXJ be paid to any  person who proves that  Sunlight Soap contains any  injurious chemicals or any  foi .ii of adulteration.  untight  606a  y4  menFoTTTxioflier who" wiTTTIeveFlor-  get what Baby's'Own-Tablets have  ctone for her child.". Letters like  ,-this must bring hope and comfort to  nil mothers who* have feeble or-sickly  children. Baby's Own Tablets will  cure all the minor ailments and can  baby as to a well grown child. If  u.ioq a\3u u o) a'j.jus sxi isnC uoaiS oq  you cannot get these Tablets "from  your dealer write the Dr. Williams  Medicine Co., Bvockvile, Out., and  get them at 25c a box,  A Europe petroleum oil trust has  been ���������registered at Bremen, The capital is $5,000,000. The principal members are the Nobels, tne Rothschilds,  and tlie Deutsche Bank.  1  The Mark ol  Winter Comfort  viKL*  A WELL-KNOWN  MAN.  Mmaid's^ Liniment. Co., Limited,  Dear Sirs���������I can  recommend  yonr  MINARD'8   LINLMIvNT  for  Rheuin-  nl.isni and Sprains, as 1 havo used it  for both with excellent results.  Your.-' tritlv,  T. B.' r.AVKRS,  St. John.  \XfllKN you buy Felt  v   Shoes and .Slippers,  see for youn-elf that you  get HLMIIU KELTS. '  THIS   TRADKMARK  np|ienn on tbe SO 143  of   every   GHNIUNB  Khnira   1'elt  Shoo and  Slipper   Look for It, and  taku none without it.  It U tins ������h;ti of qutllty���������  Ihe ituaiuulee ol warmth nnd  wear.  Out foot somftrt In eoM  weNtlier, tlicr* U nothing Is  equal RI.MIRA, I'KI.Ta.  ���������OLD HV UCAOINQ DtALKMt  u  is better than other soaps,  but is best when used in  the Sunlight way.  Sunlight Soap contains  no injurious chemicals.  Sunlight Soap is pure  soap, scientifically made.  Every step in its manu--  Tactu^iTwa^r^"Byan7  expert chemist.  Sunlight Soap saves  labor, and the wear of  rubbing which common  soaps require in washing  fabrics.  Your money refunded by  the dealer from whom you buy  Sunlight Soap if you find any cause  for complaint.  THE PATH OF THE PASTURE.  The   narrow   path   that   we   used   to  tread  Led straight away from the farmyard  gate,  And down the lane to the. pasture Tot,  Where for our coming the cows would  wait.  Between    its   borders   of   grass   and  weeds  It bore the prints of our restless feet,  That   stepped   so, blithe   through   the  early dews,  Or lagged along in t'he pulsing heat.  Above our heads curved a roof of blue,  Where oft we saw the ghost of the  moon  Go  drifting by  with   the   sun   tipped  clouds  That sailed away to the port of noon.  From nodding thistle and mullein stalk  The meadow larks through the summer sang,  And from the stubble of'harvest fields  The  bot)  white's   call   through    the  stillness rang.  O little path of the long ago,  I've wandered far from your beaten  dust,  And stumbled oft in my journeys wide,  And lost the key to my childish trust;  But   now   and   then   in   my   waking  dreams  I   stand  once  more  by  tho pasture  wall,  And hear again from the harvest fields  Ths cheerful sound of <*he bob white'*  Call. ���������Arlnl'a   Wncho-  PollOTviner Directions.  .Tones had been quite ill. One day  the doctor called and found him in  a bathtub. ���������  "Why, man, are you crazy? You  must be anxious to die."  "No, I ain't," protested poor Jones,  "but didn't you say that your last  medicine was to be taken In water?"���������  Loudon Answers.  MR.  OZIAL  ROUNDS.  A. Resident of Welland  Finds Relief in Pe-m-na.  SUFFERED 15 YEARS.  Lever Brothers Limited. Toronto  The  Circle  County.  The oddest shaped-comity among the  thousands which go to make up the  separate divisions of the various states  is Warren county, Tenn. It lies almost  exactly in the geographical center of  the state and is about as near a perfect  circle as any division of land could  possibly be. The circle would be perfect but for -the fact that there is a  short stretch of the northern boundary  line which follows a small stream for  a short distance. It,Is bounded by Can-  lonr^eMIbn^efif-reT'Gi-unay^Van-Bu^-  ren and Whito counties.  "S*  12v,  The Countess of;.<$iHisle, leader of  the crusade against'$fhe employment  of barmaids in Efji-gl/bid, was elected  at Boston presiclG'nt "o������ the World's  W.C.T.U. to succeed Lady Henry  Somerset.  American num aiv nil on ono dond  level, merely a series 'id John J',  Smiths, nono of wIkmii enn show nny  radii'iil opinion without being hold a  madman, says Dr. Miuil Heidi in London,  President Moose wit is unusually  iii'iiw in canal affair,-- and llie New  York eiiiupiiiiMi, ami Iiis political advisers hint that, lie may issue a letter,  Hunllght Soap is hot tor than othor  soaps, but, is host when usod In tho  Sunlight way.       Buy Sunlight Soap  j and follow directions,  The Boat Calf Food,  Separated milk as a food for calves  when  fed direct from  the    machlno  makes a mf-'id milk food, Careful ox-  I pertinents show Uml   praetica-Uy   9*  * good calves cui he raised on separate!  I milk direct from thn machlno as can  i be raised oh whole milk, provided tha  1 butter fat l'<-t in tim removal of tho  ���������flronm  Is replaced by linseed   weal,  ; conuiieal or Hour ur moiusBca,  As the Oil Kulis in, the Pain Rubs  Out,��������� -Applied to iho Beat of a, pain  iu nny part of the body the skin absorbs the soothing liniment under  brisk friction and the patient obtains  instant relief. Tho results of tlio use  of Ur, Thomas' Keloctri-j Oil havo  surprised many who are unacquainted  will) its qualities, and qyce known it  will not bo rojcctQ(Jv,������aTy it.  ,������������������..���������i ,���������il'ii.,... ���������i .  The monument, to Charles Stewart  I'ai'iiell in process of erection in Dublin, is to Im an imposing iiieuiurial,  the- figure of I'atTiell having been do-  figiied hy Augustus ������St. dilutions of  New York.  Do Not Delay.���������Whon, through debilitated digestive organs, poison finds  its way into Iho blood, tho fjrlmo consideration is to get tho polsOU.mit ns  rapidly find ns thoroughly n������<Jlf*HHiblc'.  Delay may moan disaster. .'"Purine-  loo's Vegetable L'ills will bo' found a  most valuable and effective medicine  to assail thu intruder with. They  never fail. Thoy go at onco lo tho  ,*,out of the trouble and work u per*  iniuiciit euro.  No person should "go from home  without ^.'bottle o,f Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery-Cordial in their possession,  as change 'of water, cooking, climate,  etc., frequently brings on summer  complaint, and there is nothing like  being ready with a sure remedy at  hand, which oftentimes saves great  suffering and frequently valuable  lives. Tills Cordial has gained for itself a widespread reputation for affording prompt relief from all summer, complaints.  The <$ar7pnts further .'Restrictions  on tl)0.'^"eic,ercise of suffrage by tho  poasantipdriking a, hard blow at the  liberal leaders from this class.  Hollowny's Corn Cure is the rhed-  ieino to remove nil kinds of corn's and  warts, and only costs the small sum  of 25 cents.  Ilia PoHltlon In the Mnt-ter.  "Gracious!" exclaimed the fond wlfo,  coming In her husband's den and find-  lug lilm smoking his pipe and reading.  "This room is thick with smoke. I  don't seo how you can stand to sit ln  here."  "You can't?" responded tho brutal  husband. "Well, I don't stand to sit  Iti hero; I sit to sit ln horo. Did you  think you had married a freak?"  It ls said that this was the llrst time  In their married llfo that she slammed  a. door on leaving him,  Mr. Ozial Rounds. Wetland. Ont.. a retired lumberman and a resident of Wetland  for  half   a  century,   writes:  "For fifteen  years  prior  to   1900   I  was a sufferer from hay asthma and  chronic  diarrhea.    I   grew  weak  and  nmaciated  and was tortured with, in-  ���������omnia.  "I was treated by eminent physician!  but, if anything, was worec than ever.  In fact, I was in as miserable. a condition  as n.an could  be.  "However, I chanced to try Peruna  and noticed an improvement. Thus  ancouraged, I continued, and after  taking several bottles of your precious  Peruna, I was entirely well and a  wonder to myself and friends.  "If, at my advanced age. 83 years, I  have obtained such <j������od results from Peruna, after so many yearsccf needless  suffering, there can be no doubt of its  efficacy in the treatment of younger persons.".  ���������^IDOToTr^XPE^TE'XC'B-D-GIEL-S-^ity-or-  farm) and FAKM HELP (married or  single)���������From best Scotch Agricultural  Districts. None supplied without satisfactory references. Sail now, November  Term, or Spring, Standard wages expected Mail wants and wages offered direct  to James P. liallantine, Emigration* Agent,  Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. Nof-c address for future use, as many satisfied  termors now enquiring for additional help.  New York's clearing house banks  lost nearly $7,000,000 of their total  surplus reserve by the operations of  the past week. Loans show expansion. MJtm  Tliere is nothing equal to Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator for destroying worms. No article of. its kind  lias given such satisfaction.  A St. Louis business man wns shot  and probably fatally wounded by his  brother, who says lie acted to break  a hypnotic spell exulted by his victim.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  A   SlMM'IOH.  "Mrs, Kwlvvory Is one of those ai>  tlclpatory people, and I simply can't  carry on a conversation with hor without gottlng so nervous I Cool as though  I should lly to pieces," says tho lady  with tho jade brooch.  "Anticipatory V asks tho lady ���������with-  out any long gloves.   "How Is that?"  "Sho listens faster than you talk t*  h-_r"_T.lfi������.  T!><-  Modern  nirwier,  A !!'."("^il Joiinuil ni'nphiliiH that the  modern dinner lias lieeonio an ox-  trciii'ly '.lepri-ssiii',' nffnir und that, so  i,a l."... ." ,,,������,.*'���������..���������' ���������" ��������� ���������'���������' "' '' ''  llow of ijoiiI, the rtiiiversation In tt mere  ititwhan;;" of symptoms, detail* of  op'-riltloiis ur the advantages ol' this or  that cure. Such topics evidently aro  not provoe.itive of remarks that Bet  t>i<' H!>'f������ ' i 'i 1-inir. nor tht they tend  t;> promote the good digentloti which  ������>li,'',;M wait oi ���������i,,.���������.Htf. indeed, there  iH litilw appeiiie fur diue.stion to knit  upon. The d;t hit lest of menus Is ilmre-  guided when the diners are under a  regime, and emir**-* p.ts.* untouched,  wh.le powder.* are openly -tlrred into  Vk,������k������e_'.J.-'������c.!.  Iii London Homy S. Wcllcom, an  American chemist, lias stepped to the  bend of tho medicine iiiiiiiufnctui'orH  in Europe nnd has mado, fnniu and  imt one hv furnishing thugs ami medicines to the old worm.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  FlnKCf Lnmatnnir-B.  A denf and dumb person who In fair*  ly expert ut iu������kiu uu���������������m-.���������v >.���������*;; i,'-pc"!r  nbout forty-three word* a mlnuto. In  tho samo space of tlmo a poraon In  possession of his speech will probably  speak ono hundred and fifty words.  NERVOUS SYSTEM BROKE DOWN  SHE WAS WEAK AND DISCOURAGED  NOW LOOKS AND FEELS WELL AND WOULD HARDLY BE TAKEN FOR THE SAME PERSON  -THANKS TO  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  ���������ah  l.ttrrtto l.ltnnXr.,  Lorotto Utnnlon cannot he traced be*  >oud the flftc-Mith -entury nnd did not  originate at tho uhrlne, but wero carried there by pilgrim*.  W   N   U   No.   608  Mrs. John Armstrong, Honthor llmo,  Alta,, wiih in vory poor health for  ovor four years after tho'birth of hor  ijrst child. Sho was what, might bo  cnleil a norvouu wreok, weak, downhearted and mi*courii���������o������l. Writing for  her, Mrs. I), I).' Buigor,,lier aunt, of  tlio name place, ttinua,  -  "Alrrt. ,Arni������U"ojig Ji.mJ fc,������...,'.  noHH, heart troublo and indigestion.  In fact Hie was run down in ovory  wav and seemed to loso hopo of ever  getting well ngaln.   Shn'jratocitrccly  UMtv     t������U    v%������ **,&    *���������    ���������  "Tho persistent uso ol Dr. fliiif-e's  Nerve Food has proven of marvellous  benefit to her. Bho feels real well  now, is looking fine and flouhing up.  so tlmt ono would hardly know her  for the fiamo person. You may use  n<*r niiiiie iii ieei;imiH.*iidat!(>n, <>f D'--  Chase's Nervo Food for we nro nil  very gmtuCul fm what it he.:, d���������'���������m' lor  her, and never lose nn onoprt unity vl  saying a good word for it."  Professional men, nn well as lay*  men, hnve been puwled over tho mvt������*  U'tie* of the nervous tyttcm, bat tui*J  much is ceitain; that nerve force is  created fnuii pure, rich blood, and,  with the exception of accidental injuries, diseases of tho nerves arise  from a thin, watery condition of the  blond.  tin this principle, Dr. Chaso's Nerve  Voim\ nn*-- in-,-)-*)twl, for this croat food  cure actually forms a certain amount  ol pure, null oiuu<t cvoi^ aa.,-, N>,i  only is this treatment scientifically  collect, but the enormous success  whicli it has attained has proven it  to be utieipmlled ih a cure for all  ���������u-ioi..,,.-* .vw,.77..a f: ,.';: u,i.������, ������">���������'"���������������������������  blood,  Whon you cannot sleep well, suffer  from nervous licadauiioa and indigestion, brain fag, irritability, trembling:  or twitching of tho nerves, and feel  downhearted or discouraged, turn to  Dr. Ch'i.-v'.i N'.*r,',> Food ;w tho nunt  certnin means of restoring vitality t������i  the iictvu',1.'; ."V f',m, "iid of ftviddinc  uarvous prostration, paralysis or  some dreadful form of holplessness.  Dr. (base's Nerve Food, &0 tents a  box. ������ boxes for $2.50, at all dealers,  or Kdmnitsun. Bate* & Co., Toronto. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  0  k  #  Good Games to  ������������������Vu*S������i.  Play  HAVE you played Pillow Dance?  Take pillows, sofa cushions or  hassocks and place them on  end around on the floor.  Divide the company into two sides,  facing each other. Let them join  hands and dance around the pillows  a number of times until suddenly one  side at a signal pulls the other side  forward, trying to force some one or  other of that side to overturn a pillow.  A merry scrimmage follows until at  last one side or other is guilty of  oi-erturning a pillow. Whoever did lt  must drop out of the game, disgraced (!), and the game goes on, one  after another having to drop out, until, finally, only one of each side is left.  These two fight it out until one or  other triumphs, while the disgraced  players stand about and cheer their  respective champions on.  .   Hopping and jumping are both Der-  he had got. Then she learned of the  shameful way he had always been  treated by the village people, and she  was angry.  "Listen Quantock! Doom shall fall  upon Dellydale, and thc whole village  shall be swept away by the floods from  the hills. A great rain season is at  hand. The lake in the mountains will  overflow, and the waters will rush down  and desolation will come upon the  land."  Quantock heard her with bated breath.  for, as she spoke, she rose mysteriously,  and her words rang with the voice of a  prophet.  "Oh is there no way to save the village?" asked he, for his very first  thought flew to sweet Elvina, for whoiii  he would gladly die to save her from  such a horrible fate.  "Ay, there is one way���������one way only."  "Tell it to me���������oh, please tell it to  me," begged Quantock.  "What would be the good? You, poor  cripple, are powerless."  "Ah, but 1 could instruct those who  are not powerless���������those who have  much power, Indeed."  The old lady sank back in her chair,  faint and weary, and Quantock groaned  aloud in his despair. For she had exhausted her feeble old body.  "Tell me," he urged, after a patient  pause, "what can be dore���������what is the  secret?"  "The secret," she replied faintly, "the  secret Is���������a rock���������It must be���������then the  water��������� will���������will���������"  But the old lady could say no more,  and. Indeed, never spoke again.  (Part II Next Week.)  mitted as means of avoiding a collision with a pillow.  A variation of<.the game of Tag is  known as FlagSfa������:,  Divide the pla;i*-ers7,into two sides as  usual, each choosing its captain.  Make a chalk-'Jn,:-.between the lines  and paint a Hag on each side, twenty  feet from the chalk-line.  Each side must protect its flag, while  skirmishers are sent forward to try to  capture the flag belonging to the other  side.  The captains only can "tag"���������this being their way of capturing prisoners.  All prisoners must go immediately to  jail; that Is, drop out of the game.  There Is room for much strategy and  cleverness in this game. Suppose the  opposing captain is after you? Doaga  him this way and that, and meanwhile  get on������ of your fellow-players to try to  distract his attention by feigning to attack his flag. If he succeeds in diverts  ing the captain's pursuit to himself,  that gives you your chance to make a  dash for the flag, seizing it and possibly returning safely and triumphantly  . home with it. although you will have  your trouEHl^^for the gallanrtefenaers���������  of the flag, even though they cannot  '���������tag" you, can struggle to retain the  flag, while shouting to their captain to  come and "tag" you.  Whenever your side succeeds in capturing the flag, the conquered side must  humbly walk in your train as prisoners,  while you march triumphantly around  the block once or twice with the captured flag at the head of your procession.  Another delightful game is as suitable  for Indoors as out. it is known as clairvoyance.  One goes out of the room and  a word Is chosen. And as she enters, you ask, "Is lt a ���������?" naming  some article whose flrst letter Is the  first letter of the word she Is to guess.  Then ask, "Is It a ���������?" naming somo  article where the first letter Is the second letter of the word to be guessed,  and son on till the word is complete.  Thus, supposo the word was "curtain,"  Your question could be: "is it a candle?  Is it an umbrella? Is it a rat? Is it a  table? Is It an apple? Is It ice? is it  a needle?" By this time she has found,  by remembering the flrst letters of each  word, that "curtain" is what was chosen, Of course, shorter words can be  taken.  \ PART I.  WHEN the world was quite  young, there were giants in the  land, and the land I mean  was neither here, there, nor  anywhere else in particular; still it did  exist, because it was in the days when  the ftiries used to dance, in the dells  and dwelt all day in the flowers.  But;the giants knew nothing of the  fairies, because they lived in the capital  of Sqiankland, and the other inhabitants only smiled -incredulously when  the beautiful elves, who led such happy  lives, were mentioned.  Now, in a small village in Squankland,  called Dellydale, there dwelt a dwarf  whose name was Quantock, and he lived  a life of persecution, because the inhabitants were of a quarrelsome nature  and could not agree many days together  with any one. It was said of them that  they would quarrel with their own  shadows if there was nothing else to  find fault with. They were a most discontented lot, those dwellers in Dellydale, and because they could not be  happy themselves and enjoy the glorious  sunlight, they hated to see any one else  happy.  And yet they were handsome, tall and  prosperous people, in a splendid country, where the grapes grew in profusion  and where the purest of wine flowed, as  it were, like milk and honey. For they  were makers of a delicious wine that  was specially prepared for all sick and  ailing folk.  This Industry in itself, one would  Jthink,_woJuld_haxe^aAta^h������enng _influ^_  ence on their natures, butTthe contrary  was the case. They were a grumpy lot,  and grumbled at everything, just like  that remarkable person who longed for  something, she did not know what, and  when she got it, she did hot want it.  Quantock the Dwarf had no human  companion to talk to, so he used to  tell all his troubles every night to the  fairies when the moon rode high in  the heavens; and sometimes he  thought they answered him and told  him not to he cast down.  He lived with his great-grandmother away in the valley beside a  bubbling brook that reflected the sunlight in a thousand different shades.  He was sadly deformed, and had to  hobble about with a stick; and it was  the delight of the village children.  When he visited Dellydale to buy food  for the little house, since his old  great-grandmother could only sit outside the hut and sun herself throughout the day, lt was a delight of the  village children to take away his  staff, so that he had either to wait  until some one more kind than the rest  should give him a hoping hand or  else crawl home as best he could  without assistance.  This pleased these naughty children  more than ever, for, as poor Quantock,  with tears in his eyes, moved slowly  along on his hands and knees they  would dance around him all the way  and jeer at him for being misshapen  and ugly.  This unfair, unjust and cruel treatment lasted for many long months,  but. in spite of it all, Quantock's sweet  and generous nature remained unspoiled, and he never wished them any  harm in return.  One day, when they were more than  usually vicious through never being  checked by their misguided parents,  the village children seized Quantock  and threw him into the centre of a  small patch that was surrounded by  briars and nettles, and there he lay  for hours, stunned and bleeding.  Now, in the village lived a sweet little maiden called Elvina, whose  sweetheart was the great Stormont,  who bated the puny dwarf and forbade Elvina ever to speak to him. It  so happened on the night that- Quantock was lying in the briar patch,  moaning with pain and just waking  from his unconsciousness, that Stormont and Elvina-passed that way.  They heard the cries, and,Stormont  was for going to the rescue, but When  he saw it was Quantock he only  laughed and dragged Elvina away,  though she begged of him to assist  the helpless dwarf out of his difficulty.   , Still-St'5i*nren"t~I'aiXl_'tedr" and-a���������deep  anguish sank into Elvina's heart and  her sympathies went out to the dwarf  as she reluctantly went with Stormont  to her home. When she said "Goodnight" to Stormont she did not go indoors at once, but said she would rest  by the garden gate and drink in the  evening air.  Then, when Stormont was out of  sight, she got a hedge knife and ran  as fast as she could to where Quantock was imprisoned and cut away  enough of the briars to enable the  dwarf to crawl through. Then she cut  him a thick stick from a tree close  by, and was going to leave, when he  begged she would tell him hor name.  At last she whispered, quite bashfully,  "Elvina."  And that night the dwarf blessed  Elvina, and when he was well again  he told the fairies all about her.  Quantock explained to his old great-  grandmother that ho was not strong  enough to go to the village again for  a long time, and so they would have  to  eat and drink sparingly of what  "The old lady sank back in her chair."  Br'er Bunny  Mot under Control.  Tommy had got Into a bad habit o������,  making faces behind his toacher'e back  at school. He always prided himself on his smartness at never being  caught; but he mado an ugly grimcue  once too often.  "What are you doing, you bad boy?'  demanded the wrnth'tp teacher, flashing round and almost withering tho  lad with a tierce look  "Oh, please, sir," whln.porod Tommy,  "I was going to laugh, but my face  Hllpped,"   .  *������ ���������'   A Oat With Wings.  The boatswain of tho ''Caspian," art  English schooner, brought with him  from India a strange anlmiil-blrd,  which ho always reforretl to ns his  "Tabby," It certainly looked more liko  a cat than anything else; but It was  nrobablv somo frouk of the animal  world 'it i'> two imfrn nf wings, but  could fly only with dlilloulty, like a  tame duck,  Flower Anagrams.  'In each of thest sentences,  find  the  namo of a flower by transposing all the  letters;  1  2.  3.  4.  li.  6.  1.  ft.  ������.  10.  11.  12.  Love ft,  Thy china,  Oet mo no tin.  Tears.  List came.  One name.  In a grade,  One lucky she.  A weo pest,  ChnntmuH rhyme.  Mo In a rug.  Until Pa.  Whnt Teacher Says.  "No whispering, no passing thlngs-wa  nniBt hnvo ordor now, I think,  No eating apples or popcorn, no raising  hands to got a drink,  No shuflllng foot, no slamming slates,  no squeaking pencils any more���������  Or I shnll hnvo to send you all to stand  with Johnny 'lu tht) Hour '"  -Little Folk*,  A Woman Soldier <���������-"  A REMARKABLE epitaph Is on a  tombstone In Brighton church-  yard In England. It reads: "In  ���������memory of Phoebe Hossol, who was  horn at Stopney in the your 1713. Rhe  served for many years as a private  soldier tn tho Fifth Reglmont of Foot  In different parts of Europe, Um) In the  year 1745 fought under the eommitnd of  the Duke of Cumberland at the bar.tlo  of Fontonoy, whero sho received a buyo-  net wound In her arm.  ^"flor long life, which commenced In  tho timo of Queen Anne, extended to the  rolgn of George IV, by whose munifl-  eonco she received comfort nnd support  In hor latter years. Sho died at Brighton, whoro sho had long resided, De-  ���������ce-aiber 12, 1821, aged Ids years,"  Thoughtlulness.  Thoughtfulness is nlwnys doing llttlo  kindnesses. Thougbtfillness hns an in-  stlm-t for seeing the llttlo things that  need to bo dono, and then tor -doing them.  ������-Huskin.  Br'er Bunny ��������� Mother, this doll's  got no ears. We enn't send a doll  without ears to Aunt Molly, can wa?  Oh! are those little things ears? Well,  1 never! I, don't think much of ears  that you can't waggle up and down,  do you?  Couldn't Guosn It.       *  "Vn\m," mid Utile May, with her fnco  all smiles, "I saw something without  legs running across the kitchen Door  this morning. What du you think It  was?"  l'npa  puzzled  uwhilo,   but  could   not  gUt'HH,  "Hive (t up." snid he,  "Whnt wiih iff  "Wntor," luiiKhlngly shouted the llttlo  tot.  "Wnlkinff-Stick Insect."  TXXV. "wnlklng-stleU inner of Brazil is one. >\Ui' >��������� '��������������������������������������������� ���������'���������*' ''"\ :l  good deal of nettee nmenpst ntti-  ncnts of natural h"������������^y- . -'^S  insect can scam-b ������VuVl h,,.^,!.!  since It Is n awe. es of wbleh thousand*  way & found In certain puria of Bra-  ^WCSSSiV ������������*&'������ ������>���������'twit  of tree In appearance thnt one rouht  e.tslv��������� p������m hundreds of thom nml never  krnw H    lt If about eighteen inches  ktr    : ���������  How About This BullP  A half hn. forty rods to travel td  Teach a tramp, and the trnrm. hasfthli-  tytwo rodii to travel to teeth thn fence.  If the hull frnx-Hn ene-foirth faster  than the trnmp, how clone vdii the Int-  ter coma to retting the grand hoist?  ������n������*s  Ly  An  Interesting Things About a Curious Spider  I'OtT want to hoar nbout some  irioiiH HpldorH?" said Aunt  Amelia one evening Xo tho chll-  dren seated around her ���������on tlit! porch,  "Oh! yen, tell us oho t them, please,  *.ir anything oIhu Interesting," answered Hick.  "Yes, you know so many curious  things about Insects" added Helen.  "Uo tell us something to while away  this rainy evening,"  "Well, 1 will Ilrwl tell you iihoiit a  spider thnt builds for himself n craft  out of leaves, nn which he suIIh over  the wntor In search of prey. This fairy  bent he makes hy putting the leaven  carefully together, one over iinmlvr,  uml binding them wllli silken curds,  which he spins,"  ���������'Whnt a clever Idea!" exclaimed Paul,  "What sort of spider uro thesu ship-  innee ii.,  "Thev nre mei-nVmrn nf Hi* T>i*dnr*viiV ������  flmbriotus family���������that Is their nolt-mlllo  niitiiti*���������nntl 1 regret to hay they are  pirates, ns fierce and hold us ever will-  ttd the seas. In uppeunuiee, tliev are  large nnd brown In color, having around  the body a bund, or wish, of rich orange,  >,'irr,,i1   It,  'it,   nriri   rrvitmi-T'*   n   di,111,!,,  r, ,*.,-  of white spots adorn the under sfdp. of  the stomach, looking llko buttons on a  waistcoat, and the legs uro a light red,"  "My,   what   gay   little   fellows   they  are!" exclaimed Helen,  "Yes, they are very fanciful in coloring," answered Aunt Amelia, "| once  watched one of these cunning wiltor*  make his craft and launch It, und it  was an Interesting sight.  "i-UUU'K utonn  iU,: bai.k uf .i  utri.iiiu  on<s day, I noticed a spider looking for  something In tho grass; seizing n leaf, ho  lifted It and placed It on another, landing them together with silken cords;  then he quickly rati after another leaf  and   repented    the   process   until    lie  t  M*  To Snlute the Flag.  ANY boys would like to know what  Js the proper form to use In saluting tlu- American Hag. The military nn-  Into Is us follows;  Ht ii tilling at nttcniinii, raise and eurrv  the right hnnd smartly to a point over  the right eye, thumb and lingers extended nml Joined, hand nl un angle nf \U  degrees.   Drop the hand smartly to the  idle",  A good form of snlute for n boy not In  ,i,iit, ,,.,*,i   nr  ,.,>.>,,���������   ,1   lo  rnOH-i,.,'  ovrirrli-n  Is thitl nf riilslng l In  left  Midi  hut with the right  , .'.*.. it...,,   '.'..    J,."1!   fiiu   V.   ;}���������.-  -American liny.  A Familiar Figure.  The Hit!."* ones were being tnuglit to  "  -���������   '      ' ���������<���������      til,.      -I'llfll        tl'l .t<|,,,, | ,,,,,! ������,.,,*)  learned fo recognise the word "ent"  wherever It appeared. The next lesson  wns ihe expression "a cat," arid the  tencher, not knowing hut thnt Junior  hud lenwd some of the letters (it home,  pointed to the word "a" and asked htm  what It was. After studying It closely  (��������� >.* *.i m"mi*.nt nr two, with rnnev n  twirl nnd wriggle, h������ suddenl} an-  nminced:  Mi'" Jii.s, U'������ a i'!*.*.i! of ,-. cui!"  -LlUk Chrtuilile,  seemed satisfied with the size of his  era ft. when he spun his cords around  the whole muss, The vessel wus by  this tune, pei'lmpx, nn Inch und a hulf  thick nnd  four lneheH nerosa,  "Now hi' Kilned the Utile boat In bin  strong mundlliles, or Jaws, uud drew it  Inward the wiiii'i*; resting u moment be-  tWi-i'll pulls,  he ftiiillly  reached  the edge  of the stream, nml the fairy erut't glided  lulu the water; the guy sailor linn  sprung upon ll uud Hunted awny down  the slreum,"  "llow   elinnlliK   lie   unit-It   hnve   lonlo il  In Ins leniy 1111111!'' exclaimed Hick, ' Mi.i  ymi watch to see what heeuine of lilm','"  "Vi'H; nt   llrst   I   touched   him  m vera I  lllllef    Willi    II     IllMlfe    of   grilNl-*,    Illlll    ll"W  ipiiekly he would dart under the water,  ii|.!"*;;riiig again wlie.'i t|������,. hh|.!*''.I  iluiitfer wns oVer,   Then soon I faw an  ,     ������������������������    ���������ill,.M     ,,, ....    I  I,,       ., ,..!    I,,    ,,  twinkling he iluMheil oui tutu the water  I,, bin raft to enjoy'tho'fViiHt 7it IiIh  leisure, After a While he ilarU'd off  et.-;'!** after y.������tt-'-fhlntr that ri*,..t,-������| te...  wnur, but alus! he did not untie back  thlH time to his craft,  "A   hungry   young    fna,-    r*.:iy  have  ���������'il'. i     i  dex. iteil limit drifted down Hie stream."  "And  so  tbe  cruel  Spld< rti  Mnmetlmes  come io an untimely end,    said Helm.  "VcM.    It   SI I IIIH   tliey    h.ive    llli'lr   flle-  tnlff, te", tin well ns everything else,  Thii' Is another spider. emitlii led  Aunt Amelia, "which, although It dues  not make a ruft, has no fear of the  ���������tr:-t. r -ind freoiient'v ������*>i<-'������ tUhlnp And  tlieie |n still another that lives under  the water by carrying down bubbles ot  j.i wiih il. '  JKSSlIi HOWI.E* FIHHUR.  A' Bowling Matoh.  COVER an extension tnblo with a  bright woolen cloth. Across It,  near ono end, torsi an arch.  Cover and decorate two lurking powder cans; make a hole ln the top of  each, Into which place a long-handled  Japanese fan, gaily painted. Decorate the handle with ribbons, running the ribbons up tho s'.ick to tho  top of oauh fun and ucrosv the opposite one, thus forming an arch.  Present, each boy with s clay plpo  and each girl with a snwll fan, to  which Is attached a tally c*rd, Kill a  bowl with soapsuds mado of soap,  warm wator and glyoorlne, Arrango  tho boys and girls on opyoslto sides  of tho table. Tho boy nearest tho head  of the tnblo takes tho howl, and wltW,  his plpo blows a bubble and drops it  on the tnblo. Ills partner, tho girl;  oppuslto him, fans It, endeavoring to  mnko It go through and pass tho arch,  without breaking. If It rasses successfully, n gold star Is pl������<:ed on tho  tally; If il breaka lieforn reaching tlio  arch, a green star denotes 'ho player's  failure.  After r-uolviuK their stars tho boy  nnd girl pass to the foot of the tnblo,  and the text boy and girl move up ',  And try their skill nt bowling bubbles.  Tho gitnse is ended In six romulH, Tho-  prlsso bubble-blowers receive n i.retty  pipe, iliieoruttnl with ribbon, *| a  small fan as a reward. The . b  prize* consists of a llttlo paper b  ���������nml,if, l'....-, .������������������lit It ftU ,'vr*. !'..vn<*  "K-a-t." und was sent In disgrace t<*  r>!, foot ef the elns������. where the dtmee-  ������-*l|t  waif  eliit'tii'it nn  bli hew). the. xwm> cumi^mU^sx sbs^^h ��������� commm^  ^a$S**S5������$$$&^  legal technique nnd the efforts   of  tao_e who w>:k for the interests of  the community,  With every DOLLAR spent or paid into  our store by December'sist. you win be  entitled Xo a TICKET in Vne d.-awmg on  New Years Day for 3 Beautiful Prizes.  1st���������A handsome Brass Bod and springa, Value -UO.OO  t 2nd��������� A handc-omv? Oak and Leather Glut ir, Y'tl'tc #20 00  ' 3rd���������A j^K> pieco Set of DUhos, 77.7 m} -iUH GO  These do not cost you anything. Secure  some of the tickets.  He&ide-a?  the-se  we   -rare oftoHnjpj  Special Prices in all lines-  during the month of December.  fi,&tf m h  if    '_i   .71  mnvaMy-*/^Mtecscm-  Tnrnovers, 25c per dozen.  Tarts.........25c "  Pattiep,.. 7...25c   u ".  Cream Puffs,.35c   "  Eclairs, 35c   "  *wmatava^ayerammmawmmamVfa^  Cheese Cu ken,. 25c por dozei  Fruit Square.*, .25c  "  llock Cuke?,.. 15c    "        "  Sugar Cookies, 10c "        " jg  Ginger B������rs,x.. lOo    ���������'        u ftj  ���������,  ���������fl-yW'AitfMJ'K-aW^^^ |'Vj  No*w is the time io order your Xmas ak      .'Prices from $i.0G to $2.50     \^\  m~ mn.... ...... . '������������������^^������������������m.illi_iNin,an_M������_-nl_Hil_i_ii ������������������   .*mVUaf������AU,J7SSla*myiJ^^ \U������������.(_(*K ���������_rt*vij_,-������_/l. .������vi  P Mil���������    ������������������nBIWMWHIMI        II-   ���������,���������   11 II    I ���������  Cu?tnrd  Pie?,..���������-....  I5cd7js  BUNS.       Plain.. ".. .10c doz. Fruit,  ii ���������        .������������������.-.���������     -1,      ~.~ .      -������������������Stea-k^ieB^Ev-er^_S.ajjLijL(k^ :>oc  1,1  *a*n������*m*^w'^w.a/*uv*tw������i  CAMPBELL'S BAKERY,  if  Cumki'fenri J?  FAIR PLAY  Spell the word*? V^hy, yea!  The lact Ik th:u last week, being  engaged in writing np an nrti.de on  lhe. realistic, iiiioptior; of the Enterprise. Orang Outung as a living ad-  Verrise;y*eiil- Un- the Ir.iPtou Dental  1'ailcis, v,*> van eiion. ot 10.pt.f and  when foUing up the OonitniU.-e  ivooju item, oni uompoeitor h-ckt.d  ���������a lD' aud an V nnd :'m km\ ni.d  an 'L! ;ind an V and an V.     Bo-., !  NOTICE  MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF  CUMBERLAND.  NOMINATIONS for One School Trustee  will, bo received oq Monday, the Mth day  of January, 1907, at 12 o'clock noon.  The mode of nomination of candidates  shall be as follows:���������The candidate shall be  nominated iu writing, the writing shall be  Bubsoribed by two vovera of the Municipality, as proposer and seconder, and .shall ba  delivered to the I*k-.turnb*e Officer at any  time between the ��������� *aie of the notice and 2  p in. of the day of nomination, and in tho  event of more than one'no-siuation a Poll  wilt be oys,.ed on Ihursdj-y the 17th day of  January 1907 at the Polling; StuUon, next  Whitney iiiuek, Cumberland B G , of which  every person ia hereby required to t;ike notice iind govern himself a.yordiu^ly.  Qualifications fur Trustee are aa .follows:  All persons hoiug householders in the Municipality aiid being a British snhjeo** of the  full age of 21 years, nnd otherwise ..qualified  J>y this Act to vote at the election oi .School  Trusteeii in the auirl Municipality shall ba  eligible to bo elected oi to nerve ua a School  TriiBtee.  Given imdor my hand at the City of Cum-  berlaud this 22nd day ef  December,   190(5  ALEX MoKlNNOff,  Ileturaing Officer  3t���������j9  '^TOTIOS'  PUBLIC NOTICE IS HE11ERY CI YEN  to the Electors of tne Mumctpaiuy 0( Cuiu-  berand that I require *che presence of the  s������id Electors at, tha Polling B'3,ii���������n. ou  ---i'y^^ iUv  |&W^^-#^  ���������i\  "A  .* (\  $*���������.  ���������*���������������'  ':.-a  I  ���������������>, ���������  iitfNS!    BlfNS!!    BUNS!!!  MAr.jt^U'iJi Bros  /    * ;  Mi ktsidfi nf Cnkoi-ioiXnM ami N������w Years baked  to order  ���������>$���������  I'Ihiu j.nd i>isiftuiJy.������w-,������-nt,(i with .tuy a.ottodod^d.  Al our Gak������ Baked v7ld tho OTOI^Br.^ABLlIS BUTXBR.  251M1S  '���������'>r-Mi������_*iii>������,*rt'i-_...ii_*.^.  //^ >*"*v* '','*"*'    ������'��������� ���������*������  K*mmm%)+tfA<  The Cumberland News  extends to all its patrons  its best wishes for the fullest measure of the happiness and merriment incident  to the Christmas Season.  ^^^^^smmmmmM  Editor Pbnticton Pws-s  Dear- Sir. ���������  H n f;;vv reauulf!; re-  gardmg certain ropre..-.-i,tiitior:e  about to he mado to the Provincial  Governraeiu bv an as-ociiuiit,:) n-ho  judging hy   recent'  dit^o.-ures   ia  -^5������5*  The Htoros of Oumhorlord iu  Chriutmus array will couiparo favorably with thoso of any city of  Bimilar size and population in fhe  Province, and in fact, present un  alluring variety of nttractivo article! suitable for prepents which  would do credit to a place of very  much greater pretensions and which  offer the purchaser a wido range of  choice in tho selection of hie ^ifts.  Nor is there lack o( table requinitea  for the teetivo Benson, winch in  toraptintf rows and piles in thi;  shop windows, conjure up in the  Juvenile mind plen.ing anticipations of tho delights of the ftuuro,  MoBt enlioing novelties and bpoeiul*  ties puitahlo fur Chrimmas preeontB  large and varied ntock������ include  leather goodi?, bookn. purees album*  <ialondarn, porfumns, fancy candios,  furniture of all kind-, Japancbo  goods, excellent inunod pictures,  china, clothing and a comprehon-  five Block of moiifi ftirr.irihi,,^, At  tbe three, jewellery e������tabli������hiucnti>  there !j a fu!! r,v"'j""^ -������. t���������..,t.,i .  tU_������t hCnUtAvlH,   h.uiilt   uv   J-io    yt0  tuo  numerouB   to mention.   Mo  Phee & Sons market   Imp  a  first  of Juniary, 1907/' a,r, 1'2 r*'aloc!-7uuon,~for  the .piuposo or ei*.;ct*iug a Mayor und Alder,  men to���������ropreaeus them for the year 1907,  The mode of norninatiou of euadi-iatoa  Bhall be as follows:������������������  The candidate shall ba nominated in  writing) thc wnmny.ulnll be sui)dcribod by  two vou ra of fcho AJunicipality an p?opo������er  and necor.fier, aud ahull be uoiimeu to the  Returnny OtScei* at any timo between tho  date of tho notice and 2*p.m. of the day of  tho uotmnutioo, and in the event of a poll  being necefiavry, such poll will be ouon  yd on Thuwdtty, tbe J 7th day of -Luroary  1907, at the Polling Station, next  Wlutnoy Block, DmnHinuir Aveuuc, Cum-  borituut,  UO., of v,*nioh eve/'y pei-Hon   ia  your paper, do v-o conn.ifi   u���������Kti��������� i 'uu'eby ie(i������������'iJ w take m>liou and j-ovo.-n  .       '    /'''���������     t,onM..,i!.t   jmhJic   himself iiwonlin^y.  HOmiinent ui the dNposing ul G  v- I    The qualilioatior, a��������� candidate for Mayor  ernnu'iii olhou,-, will not ink" up to   " aa loiiow:-  . -       . l    *   '     Mt   Cl*l'^*l.n   full ago of uveiity-ono yours ami not dm-  qualilied nndor any law and hivvo boon tor  tho six moutii.*-; noxt. procedinn tho diy of  nominaiiiou the r-giatered ovvnor iu tho  Land 1','ijiatry OtVu'c oi luul <,,M roKi pro-  perty iu thn fit,;, of, tho a'j.n���������nied viUu'-j on  tho lust Municipal A.8soiimrionl lloll of $1000  or moi'O over and above nay vojfiHCurmt tn-  cuuibeiaiice or ob.ufte, uud who. id otlio,r~  wiuo (jii'ililj'jd nn h. jiiuuioi^ai volar,  Tho qmdilicati'ui io, camlichtii for Alder  mon in a* follow**,: ���������  lie must; bu a Britifih subject of the full  age of tweiity.rini) ynurn and notdinqualii'Ld  under any law, and luvo been ior hix  mootliH next preceding tim day of no.ulim.  lion the rc������iuliirud owner in the Jiimd ku-  yistry (llliuu ut hind ami re������l piojitrty in  Uio Oity of tho twtiOHti-d valuo on uio luul  Municijuvl AHHeaammiij Roll of ������500 or more  over aud nbnvo any 1'eidntni'od ini)iimb������r,uioe  or obnrgo, and who in otliwrwiHC quauiiod as  a inuinoipivl voter,  ���������Uiven uadur my Imml ut tho  City of  Uumborkud this l>2>id day of Dooomtmr 11)00  AUiX. McKINNON,  Rutui'iuuji Ulilcur.  3t���������JO  **��������� *  ,  :; c?*������^***f  ���������*-���������.. uuli bveninj>s     I  Are banished  WHEN YOU own' j  ���������i^  t  *$  *���������>  ���������  Coh^HIa  i^ifi^piione1  t  *f\i^lr.  C. H; TARBELL'  And all-K1TOHEM UTENSILS  It Wjj-.i, !>p.oy*)iJB Y  Tf, K 3vcsT MXjzzoH ^  THE t^ UN t'i lFr-vr SOVa1'-'! ^  THS MOST LMOHfi3LS t  lirCiJIT .STYCllI OWN   I'UM'Xn.K.  AT $  a iV.ouKKvri. Cost.     Wi-.m roit ^   ,    -.  Oatai.jkum.u.koac.i, at *%      fjpi*******,***^^  | .'Sportsmeiis- -Goeds'  : and . ���������'  o  :eneraS flai  ^FLETCHER te  I   Sol* Agents jftt-F  HB. c.   %  8My<* M>������ ^<J^<H^������^*<^$,  P. PHILLIFS .EARRI80I  Bernater tnh-d. Bollsjitci r  and  IVotas-y PubSIo  Co sn vs-yein ci ng  .'SfiirsL  Z'.Pttmr-m  F!Of^ EiOVihi  7  The Laurels."        O.l.har Street | ������,31711  '%  1  TO  omn^^r:  ������*r<*v.rJ>  i  ��������� OMtolaiKl   "B. 0.  i,*^:**'"**'"*>*        TT.-, jT~-. ,.   ���������.  .    ,. ****'     I m. ^       ./ ..  if  i>'z~rT ���������  *i������iorna li.  Ta rou   aii t   ;'o,,.,.;������������������,  THELCLU)   br-'IPV   .^F   C<^,jJMBIA  ot P.,nucron will h0 euii-/IhoihmI as  UMtdi.-inihilityofap^i.mtin-aR.-i  a ipi'udufy )ii;i;7i,siia1������, u tra'p i0).t  who makes Peaticli,n his t<'u;por-  nry filiode.  On the 20'hi.-,Bt. tho Conpoj-vm-  ivo ARsuoiiiiion, with thi'rtfoii trmm-  hers pr������fiunt, and with oninniood-  able foroHiyht, dculih-J  liiui  I'lSh  tiotion required .% stipondury  unxy  iSiriUO, HuU C. if. JU;i-Vi,l.JJo(|B, JC-'j  wub in trod u cd and p'i,p.���������wi ilH ���������  Benllomnn who would not com id,,  it bflneath hie diyuiiy i0 ���������,?.(>/.;.( t|:o  poniiion.  Mr C.   H.  }inrvor.l'ottH,   Kk,.(  ciinie   to   Pcnticioi,   uhut.tM,,^  nionth8iigo,fromft Pinull   mining  town     called   C!iwil,w|���������i,d,  80Ul0  whmon VMi.conv������.r l;.|,uid ll0..r  Nannimo, /..,:],   ,f (.r   ]ut,k;n(J   up  Mm Kiturtlio,,, dondetj thai aonn,  oiifly tuoiioy cjii d ho ,���������������,!��������� )iert,  nnd nnj....iim!iY} h!9 j,,t ���������,io., ,f,  h'-nov ui iviih l.i.;f.(u,.p.������,iv hs tix  months.  NoiviiirKdiior,   ,t   ,ve   ncwl   n  mafli'-trntr.  iih,:-.i \}.,..t  J.W.LAIS'G, .EStj.,   M.i,.,   OXFORD.  ^t Aflsirt.^ I.., thno t,r,**i,;u...r.,,. of .ue R,_���������B.  owed Ui.:f������i>itl6K nf (Ji-pm/Hruttin and Oj.Ii-  ada.  Modoi**xr8 f,���������T,���������a f0r h,. ii".'t--r.:v.  Proper ,* ������;i,,,**, , ,,r fivt, ,���������,���������.(i v. {^ ^j.  on.;n-)hon ooli.'.inr.'s. .\k,lkvC ..|.-M���������������rt.t..  ^>und., ,yo,r.HHUu,i.      a,^ ,v��������� fs yr,&on  APJ1.Y '"0   !l.K.^'*.i M \s-f.ju,  Advert,;-k in -iwk Kkws  rr i"c'..:s a a* no way  tLf������4J &  ���������*..-f*V*  ������������������ ^ ���������  /:3l:   " ..*������������������]  5%  H -y'niir ('-.i-c.it* 4  - ct 200'bsnbs' --  ;  wo. .viii i* in a pui-itioii to iiii yoar  orrU-rs cludr-fr 'be eoruing winter.  rts  !  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