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 *r;  i\  ���������i  -. -%  it  f-S[  ELEVENTH   YEAR.  ^^MM ^-  CU  flLAND,   B. C.   TUESDAY,  OCT n,  1904  ^.���������c?6ria>  ^"WV������X  At the Big Store  NOW SHOWING  ALLOUR  NEW STOOK OP  Press  wrOOuS  A MOST UP-TO DATE AND  BEAUTIFUL LINE OF GOODS  OF 'IHE VERY LATEST AND  NEWEST FABlilCri.  Leiser & Co. Ld.  1 >  ;NichoISes-& Renotif, Ld.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B.C.  Just rticeiVBii large chi.mtfht of,  M-  ������������������va<@  IE/02ST   .A.GKET  '&*  CULTIVATORS,' SEED DRILLS,   WHEEL HOES,. Etc.  VKItY LATEST IMPUOVKMKNTS.  Call *uil aeu th'iin or write for catalogues and prices.  Telephone 82.  Sole Agents for B.O.  PO. Diawer. 663  amtaammmttaitmaamvaw������u  Iron - and ~ brass - -Bedsteads  *MJR   LINE   THIS   YEAR   CON-  taina moro and Prettier  Patterns  than > voi'.   ..      ,'.       ..      .,  No 902 Iron En.    .      ,������  rin!<, Oieum ami Odd. 4tt, Ob, wldo.  Mue, White aud (i dii, 4ft, Oin.    "  Height of H������a<l, 1114 liioi\u������,  Hulyht of Fuol, 474     "  THREE CARLOADS  Received already this Benson Irom host  makers only. It will pay you to deal  with un, All wu ask in that you ul-  low u������ to make a prao'ical domouatra-  tioa by Huuding uh at leant a trial order,  Wrlto for 1904 Catalogue,  to you,  Free  /-Local and Persona!  Call and see my Scotch Tweed  Pa n I i n. s.���������T. H Ca rey.  Hugh G: ant of Nanaimo is spending his holidays here.  Miss Ramsay returned from a  vacation in California last Tnursday  (xranby Rubbers are reliable, get  them at Napier <fe Partr.dges  Mr McKnight is off to the New  Westminster fair on a short vao.a  tion.  Order your Winter Overcoat now  ���������T. H. Carey.  Mr and Mrs Robt. Grant arrived  home Tuesday, from visiting-Victoria fair.  Fall Suitings just in at Carey's.  Mrs Anley was a passenger homo  from the Fair on Thursday after  noon.  , T. H. Carey h.ia a few very (ine  hyacinth bulbs for sale. They are  imported from Holland, and are  extra fine named varieties.  Evan Hunden of Messrs Napier  & Partridge, was unfortunate  enough to fall from a horse which  he was exercising on Tuqsday evening last, with the result that his  collar bone was broken, thus enforcing a retirement of two or three  weeks.  Rev. Father Montrucchiohastnlc  en up his abode in the Catholic  rectory. The Rev. gentlemen expects to largely increase the attendance in church, as this'part of the  diocese ha* been much 'neglected of  late.  Fi ve-Row-B JP-lour, M.I 5 ^per���������bhl.  DHATH,  It is with regret that we announce  th������ deaih of Mrs Marian Ss ruthers  wife of Mr J. Struthers of this town  The deceased lady hnd l>e<-n a sufferer from goitre "for  months and  had been ordered by her physician  to go away irom litre for a change  and on her rut urn to lakf a courso  of treatment at the U-C. Hospital.  Not feeling any improvement while  at Nanaimn sh������ was induced to call  ina doctor who considered an oper  ation necessary, this waa performed,  after which the unfortunate lady  succumbed to an attack of heart  failure.    The  body waa   brought  here by her sorrowing husband on  Thursday,   the   interment   taking  place from thePresbyt rian Church  on  Saturday. - A  large family of  young children are left to mourn  the loss of a devoted and loving  mother.   Mrs Struthers was a sister  of Messrs D.nvtd, Alex, and James  Walker.     Heartfelt   sympathy is  extended to the bereft funnily and  relatives by their numerous friends  Buipuis and Washhtamw to  go with above Bwls in all grades.  ���������lilm, Maple. Birch* Oak, Birds Eyo Maple, Mahogany, otc.  WEILER BROS.,     Victoria, B.C.  COMPLETE FURNISHERS.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied at Lowm* Market Prfoet  Vegetables  A Great Variety will alwaya ba  in ������took i  alio a wpply of  Fresh Fish  will be on Hal* every Weao������������u������y  Your patronage ie cordially invited, aud  alt ordwi will be promptly delivered.  J, McPhee L Son  NOTICE 18 HKHBBY GIVPN tint iho  ui denoted hu made an npt lloation for a  Hotel Lioenoo to noil iatojno ting liijuorn  under the provliione of tbe etatuU* in that  bvhalf  Jojmrii Hornanp Houjks, B*y Hotol Oomas  The board Al L oonoo Ceinmlnioi.ert wil  meet to unnnider the above appliuntion at  the Sohool Home, Courtenay, Wedneidny  Ootouor ittitftt iwh, at taeiiimi oi * yiu,  JOHN  THOMHON,  Oiilef LionBOH Impeotor,  ComoxLiutmcti tfnUict.  Dated at Cumberland U, 0��������� Oot. 11th 1004,  PK0PRWI0R8.  A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.  Itoh'tug, Blind, Blending or Protruding  Vi..,    DruggUte refund money il VAZO  OINTMENT feile to oure auy oa*������, no mat*  tar of how long atanding, in 0 to 14 daya,  Firat application givet oa������e ana reit, 60o.  If yoar diaagtit hain't Ueand SOo inetampe  j and it w.lt bu forwarded poet-paid by Pari*  MedloioeCo., St. Loaia, Mo,  at Najier it Partridges.  Mr J   Frew  and  bride  arrived  home this*week from their honey  moon.   Tlie happy couplh v\ill settle to daily life in the New Rngland  Bel warp Serges black nnd bluo;  sun proof and see proof, at Caret's.  Now showing at the Big Store  FrII blouses, millinery, flanelelle  and wool underwear, blaiikels and  comforters, oUldrfn'B coals, Umbrellas (great variety). Cull in  look round, and don't buy unless  ynu wnnt to. Si mon 'Leiser & Co.,  Limited.'  Council Mining.-���������Present Aid  Bute,   Grant, McFudyeri,   LV'viwIh  nnd Ri hereon.   Aid Bate in chair.  Minutes re.id  and adopted. ,   Ac  coti"ts -J Abranir, stove, $10 ; *G,  Stevens, bail cock,. ������ 1.50, buckets,  $1 3fi;  Elec. Light Co.,,$ft9.85 ; A.  H. Peacey, sundries. $14.30 ; B.C.  Gazetiu, $9; Enterprise, publishing  the  by-law,  $18;   New;,  licet o  forma, $5, puUihing firo by-luw,  $15.   Roftirn-d lo Fin unco Com mit  i������e.   Cltirk ro;id Ututuoial statement  showing a, BtitiHfiiciory oonditiou of  affairs.   Counoil adjourned.  A limited number of fancy vest*  inga at Carey's,  Denman and Hornby JflnndBarv  without doubt uiitquallnl in the  Province for fruit p rowing. Homo  GiavetiHtolnH from Mr T.H.PiuicyN  ranch Hre of iritist, dolicio'.m flavour.  Both those Iidnmiu uio cnpaliloof  ruining vory superior appion, poui>,  and plume.  Buy your ammunition at the Bin  Btore, they carry a Urge stuck. AU  the new shmlri ana cartridges,  prices the loweHt. Simon Luim<r &  Co,, Ltd,  3. Johnston and Mrs Johnston,  with th������������ hnlit' rftnrn^d Tnnmlnv  Uoui a long slay in Ww1v51U������, N.S.  Mr Johnston's home. "Cuddy"  was warmly welcomed l>y hi* many  friends, and Mrs JohnMon in de.  UgiiltiU >U oo'xnii umuMg i������ei iuUuv������o  oncemoio.  Honest Value for every dollar is  what you get at the Corner titore.  The result of iho enquiry into the  death of iho Bonavciuuro u.arkur,  .T.Lyon, was '*accidental drowning."  Mr Hornal is out with a letter  which he desires this paper to publish.   According to this letter, heat  one   time  received   $70 from the  Council, and collected personally  $5, from the school.    The Council  altered this'slate of affairs by raising him to $75 and collecting the  $5   ftom   the   School   themselves.  These facts were stated precisely as  i\lr Hornal explains, in the report  of the Council meeting referred to.  What   more   is   required ?     Thc  Council pay Hornal a raise of $5  per month, and disallow the self  collection.     It .is a singular fad.  thnt   our esteemed   contemporary  nexf, door,   published a  few days  aier the " New*," a Council report  which was word for word identical  ���������mi;>ht hnve b(jen stereotyped in  ���������fact-,-this-leave8~no-possible-room~  for any mintiike.  TO CTJUE A COLD IN ONE DAY.  Xak LAXATIVE 1JROMO QUININE Tab-  lets. All drugcinti rofivil bho nmnov 'f it  Jail* to cure. E. \V, Grove's signature is  on ea������h box,    25o,  CASH STORE.  & Prizes  GIVEN   AWAY  m^^m���������mmmmmmmim nnwiiw uh^���������  Every 25c Purchase in my  Store entitles you to one  ticket  Ono DOLL at... $1 50  Ono DOLL at..,    1 00  One FOOKKT KNfFK    1 00  One OHRKRK DISK .1 00  1 HANDSOME PICTURE.   2 50  The Drawing fat- the abovo will tako  lilaue 011 Saturday evoniug, November 26tb,  at 8 p.m.  1st Number drawn, 'drat choice; 2ad  Numlier drawn, second choice; etc.  T. E. BATE,  DtJNSMUIB AVE  Cumberland  Ilex Hams 19c per lb. at Napier  & Partridges.  Mr and Mrs Win. McLellan desire to thai k the undersigned for  the kindness and sympathy shown  in their hour of borrow. Wreaths  from Mt-edauieb Bate, Kipley. Grant  I) hrirly, Bacon, Muuuce, Gmy.  Bouquets ftom M'sdames Anderson, Melh'do, Keenan, Walker,  Delaney, Bennie. JR. Gray, Uow-  dall, Mitchell, Hornal and Misa  Ceirsford. Cross from Master Stew-  _ar.L.-M-r6jGriey_eji, Frame, Ramsay,  A. Walaer, Mitohe'l and Cfssford;  and Masters G. Wiilard, K Stewart,  W Grieve and T. Cesrfo/d *vhoacted as pall hearers.  Butter for. cooking 20c per lb. at  Naii'.r & Partridges.  ���������--..&  M  ;���������;%  -v. f"  il*"*  JV>  Splendid Array  OF  EXOKPllONAL VALUES  IN OUR NEW  Fall    Footwear  1  T IS AN UNQUIWl'IONAiiLM KAtfl' that they ormtatn tha boat val-  uni iu Cunibuiliiuii,      Wu iinvu kooimiri innay 'iOO \>mr b������ti, and it ii  only by tuki������K Mail. quttiititi-*i tlmt wo urn uble to quotu the lolbwiiiK p'ioum  M������n's Fine Kid Turn Oxfords, al per pair $175  Men's Box Calf Lace Sewed -Hoots, at per pair 2-50  Men's Mne. Uox Calf Lace, Good yenr Welt,   3 50  Our Ladies Boots  Are Winners.  GOOD QUALITY������      T,0W VHTOF-ft I \  Ladies Pebble Lace Boots, Patent Tip, at  Lndies Genuine Box Calf Lace Boots, good,  Ladies   rine  kiu *-.uCw  wvvit.'.,  voouyc'it*  Welt, Leather tip, at per pair,   -   -   .  $1-76  2-50  3oo  WBP"  NAPIER a >PARTRIDQE  X   \ t^y^-tw.,.^  il Detective's. Wonderful  Display of Shrewdness  Soms Na-taraJ History.  ���������Si/M  T'lilS. sliretv.il detective looked over ;  carefully. , I  *..-���������,���������      "This is the third time you!  Save been robbed?" be said inquiring- j  iy- .   \  "Ti.C replied.the woman.  "And tiiis .room is tbe one tbat has |  baejtn most-disturbed?" 1  -Yes:" j  Tbo shrewd defective examined a .  ���������comb that lay on the bureau. |  "Is there any one here with red j  &ai.r?" 'be asked.  "AV  '���������"Ha!" he cried.; "A clew! She could  tict resist the temptation to arrange  hev hair."  "She!   Who?"  "Thc burglar. It is a woman, which  simplifies matters very much. She has  roil hair." He sank into nn armchair  and rested his throbbing temple on hia  hand. The throb was due to great  mental activity. He could not think  ���������clearly without throbs. "The ordinary  police method," he said at last, "would  he to put out tho dragnet and arrest  every ,,1'ed haired woman in town and  fndict the one who had just combed  'lier hair, but that is unsatisfactory to  ���������a great'detective. I prefer to be subtle.  Slave yon a full length mirror?"  -Yes."  "And a folding glass that enables  you to see your head from three sides  at once?"  "Yes."  "And some costly millinery?"  "Yes."  "And a ball gown?"  "Yes."  "Bring tbem all to me?"  Wondering, she obeyed, and he ar-  . ranged them'all to his satisfaction.  "Wiiat next?" the asked. ���������  "Leave them all here tonight," he  instructed, ''and come up any time tomorrow. You wili find the woman still  Jiere.: Ent do not send tor your husband, for she may be ti'ying on, the  - sown." ���������>    '-"'  .   "VFLat a wonderful man!" she exclaimed. ���������'.���������.-'  "Nothing wonderful about it," he re-,  toned, "I am merely a married man  wiioLs reasonably observing."  investigation tho next day revealed  _AJ3fcte_3yJ_ch"i'ea^  ���������^_^KE mcnUry is a funny beoist.  Resembling r.iuch a. man.  The rn'.n:i>.y can swine; by its tail���������  At least, I've heard it can.  The glad hyena laughs ha, ha!  Bv.rivhy it laughs I don't  Exactly knew.   1 might iind out  By asking:, but I won't.  The elephant lf> bis and thick  And swings his trunk all day, \  And when ho sneezes he blows all  The atmosphere away.  The lion is a mighty lord ^  Of all tho other things  That walk, the woods. Hn strikes P sharp,  Sub basso, when he sings.  Tin; shrewd gorilla walks upright,  For thus did nature shape him.  He Isn't .very pretty, but  There's lots of folks that ape him.  The zebra wears his clothes in stripes���������  A sl< ping back is his'n.  Most floras, when they're once let out,  Slope back���������into the prison.  The gnu is raised ln Africa,  But I could never see  What is tho working use of that  Unnecessary "_."  Now v/e conclude,, nor will admit.  E'er, though some Turk should dirk 11%;  That we have ever seen these things  Excepting in a circus.  ���������Baltimore News."  ENGLISH. SPAVIN LINIMENT  Approximately Frank.  all    hard,'   soft    or    calloused  i  blemishes  froui  horses,  blood  Ktvr.cive.-  s|������aviii. curbs. splints', rinjrhontv sweetie;,',  siith-s. sprains;' cures sor;.' and -swollen  throat, coughs', otc. -Slivl1 ,������">0 by the  uw of one bottle. Warranted the most  wonderful  I'.ltiaisii Cure ever known.  t* i WHEN SICKNESS COMES.  Htuhor <md Philosophy  By DUNCAN M. SMITH  Copyright. 190-1, by Duncan M. Smith.  ,    PERT PARAGRAPHS.  ..ibr.'jones���������"I met a ghost lasv  night and Mt spoke lo mc." ' Sam-  sinith���������"What did it say?" Jitnjoues  ���������"Haven't the least idea. I'm nut  familiar   with  the  dead   languages."  _owti home to try it on."   :=-; r ���������  '���������I told yon it was a woman!" cried  thn detective, jubilantly.  You can't disconcert a true detective.���������Chicago Tost.  The Typewriter���������You told mc -you  was going" to rai.se is:.v salary last  week,'sir."' The Boss���������1 know; and I  did raise it, but L expect to have a  very hard time to raise it this week.  CataivMor twenty years and  cured, an a tew iSays.-Hon. g,.'oiyo  .lames, of Sminton, l'n., ��������� says: "I have  been a martyr to Catarrh ior twenty  year:;, constant hu'wUiiis;.. dropping in the  throat, puin ih tlu* head, very offensive  breath, i tried Or. . Ag-uew's Catarrhal  Cowder,. The lirst apiilication pave instant relief,; Alter' uslnsr a lew bottles 1  was cured.    50 cents.���������-!  "I don't want to bo too easily  won," she' said. "Naturally," ho  conceded. "So. if I say ���������'No";now.'"  she went on. anxiously, ."you won't  get cross about it and never ask me  again,  will you?"  Undecided.  One Cay a.certain professor of mathe-  vantics at the Ohio university prepared  to set cut on a short journey on horse-  ���������liack...-Ho was an absentmihded per-  ���������saa. and while saddling the animal was  t&lraklng out some intricate, problem.  'Soma students stood near and watched  ���������him abstractedly place the saddle on  kind part before.  "Oh, professor," exclaimed one of tho  tfiroap, "you are putting tho wrong end  oif-your'aaddlo foremost."  ^Xburig man," replied the professor,  wltu some tartness, "you aro entirely  (oo smart. How do you know It ls  wrewtf when I have not yet told you In  which/'direction I intend to go?"���������Lip-  piaeott'a iVJagazinc.  "BolJby,*" won't you kiss me?"  "Naw."' "Well. Bobb". mav I kiss  you?" "Yes, if vou kiss me easy on  top of the head."  ������������������iW-^m���������i���������������������������������������������"    m m*M.  TWO Years A3i������d.-"For eight year.  I sulTered as no ono ever did with  rheumatism: for two years ! lay in bed:  could u.pt ho much as feed myself.' A  friend reconunended South American  liheumatie Cure. After three1 doses I  could sit. ui>. To-day 1 .-uiv as strong as  ever : I was."���������Jlrs. ,'lohn Cook, 287  :|'Clinton  street.  Toronto.���������ii <���������  liij 'i'Vi ''''-*-'' 'iVr''j'iiii'ViVr' ''''''''���������'- -i;[''.'l,'.'.-Ji.'.--'--:-.---y--y-'--i'--''i--i''----'''-'i^^.-  Miss Moneybags���������And so, sir, you  wish to become the possessor of my,  heart? '.,-���������,    ,\,  Suitor���������Yes, that' also? ~;'  Her Flrnit Pie,  A-. Graphic .Imagination,'  Nathan's teacher believed in reducing poetry to diagram and visible, outline. Therefore slio told the class to  mako a rough illustration of the poem,1  "The Old Oaken Bucket."  Nathan's illustration consisted of a  largo circle, threo buckets' and a bunch  of dots. ' .-..  "Nathan," said the teacher, "I don't  understand this.   What's the clr.cleV",,  "That's the woll," replied Nathan. '  "And why have you three buckets?";.  "One is the old oaken bucket, ono is  tho iron bound bucket, anil the other Is:  tlio moss covered bucket which hung ia  tlio well," '    *   '  "And what are all those llttlo dots?"  "Thoso tiro the loved spots which my  Infancy know."���������Boston Herald,'  "Lr.Oy :it tlmt limine on ihe hill of-  ftwJ ino a pio If I would saw nnd split  Mill!* WttOil," RfiyH LflWiltlldlllOU-l i.l'SVlB,  "M'.i;j,t':%' been 'er llrst pie," Hiiggeat-  al Klitnj'.b.'.iok Uoiiry.  "Or vino the llrnt tramp nho ever  PtftW.'*  Wine AilnljilniH.  A ptili'lotl,'! drill wiih given by tlio  WiMlorKurtPii In Anthony u lew dnya  tifto. it hi'.'van by <l!*)i!:i.v!m; :i jiorirnlt  of iWor'tv Washington. "Who |h UiIs?"  ihe Ur.v.lirr asked. Visitors were prc������-  cut; and of euurso the chlMrcn Called  to kU������\v oii''. They nat iiiulu nud unro-  ���������nw>M������iivn 111) Dnnlly one Illlln follow  lUTrdl up, "1 know who ho Is!" he  KDftim-ij. "Wo got Unit pieiuru at  homo. Maiunia told ino who lt in,"  "VU'll, tutu, AdolphilH," fciild the teach-  or, "yon jimy tell U?������ who lt Ls."  Ai^-oi.'o.K sw<-lled wllh pi'l(l<>. "It'rt our  t'nther front Uio oountry," ho Bal<l,~-  lf.;iiiwir, <.'j(y Star. .'  Tho QuteUcr the Better,  Tho lato Henry, Koton Morrlmnn���������  Ida real name was Hugh Scott���������wns  ono of*tho swiftest writers the world  haa ovov soon. Mr. Mon,lnian,.puly  wroto at long Intervals, but when ho  oiico sat down a\ his desk ho would  produco two or tiii'oc chaptera of 5,000  words each in nn evening.  Onco ho nrgnoil with Walter Tater  nt Oxford on thb mutter, "Nothing,"  Mr, Pnter roltoratod���������"notlilng can be  done v.'ell that Is done In a hurry."  "'Nothing?" mum Mr. Morrlmnn.  "Nothing," said Mr. rater.  "Now about making a train?"���������Pun*  VM' Tost,  Tho r.lulc und tbe Ilnrrlcnnc,  "(Jifi'pr Uilii,f;'a happen in (Jcor.vla,"  raid tin? rum, "I riMneinber a Inirrl-  on no that biownl a fv!nky mule I had  (.lean over Uio ivof of ir.y litiUKC hut  Uio lunn;* part of It wun iho mulo did  more diun.'.;;-,' Uian the liuiTlt'iino!"  "llow did Una hr.M.eu','"  "Kn tuad l.o u;.-'-t V.\o c'jlmney nn'  k!eki-d the roof oiV:M���������Atlnutn CuiwlU  tut K-n.  lice;oi-'s Wife (to villacov^���������"Well,  ���������Toiatiilcins-, T hope you like ;;thp new  curate." ..Tonipkhts���������'"Vos," iiia,'ii.in,  thank yf������u,..w.o like hhn very, well-2-������  (pri'ur-ie)���������but 1 don't think he's, as  fluent as we had a ������������������light to expect,  seeing as his father was a hauetion-  e.er."   . -  'A man in. trouble .is. apt to itlis-  covcr that his ' friends are not as  friendly as they nii^-ht be.   "  "TSiowght   at   mean!: '"'death  Sftir������."���������Mrs.*'-Jnmos Mo^im, of Dnuuylllo  Oiit-.., says of her miraculous cm-e. from  heart disease by Pr. Asuew's Cure- for,  the Heart: t.'f.'ntil������������������ 1" begun- t-tiklng. thin  remedy I despaired ��������� of niy life. ' I" had  heart- failure and extreme prostration,  One doso cave me Quick relief -and one  bottle oured me. The siiCfe'rii'iRs of: years  were dispelled like nvagh',"���������M  .'���������.-, . . ,       ... '       >���������  ���������'. She.���������What' do you think of. young  .Joblot's , ong-agciiiLMit to Miss Pink-  leigh! Tie���������Oh, I don't know. He  in.ii;tit do a good .deal worse, She���������  Ve.s,'aii'fl I'id .siji'u hu will���������if he marries her.  > A   modern   weapon Jn   the  battle  for  haiaBth.-ir -.oisenso has  taken your citadel .ol' health, the  stomach und Is to.i-mriii'j' you-.with iu-  ili^oslioii, dysi'-epsla nnil iiervoiis prostration, Somli, A'tnt'i'lenn* Nervine Is the  weapon to drive the enemy Irom his  Klronjihoid "nl lh" noiut of the hayo-  net," troiu-li In- trench, but ,swift, anil  suro,  il   alwn.vH wins,���������I  The wind blotheth where it llstetb,;  and so does the boastful man.  There is nothing like a compound cf  gold and greenbacks to make a marriageable woman attractive.  Too many cooks spoil your appetite.  A cook that can make pood bread lu;  worth more to a family than the serv-!  Ices of a physician gratis. J  He who loves and loses may lovo  again if he chooses.  Alimony is the consolation prize la  the game of progressive matrimony.  To do the people the best thatthe police will allow is the motto of the  sharper.  Any girl would rather,be good looking than smart., .',  A man's idea of an angel is the woman who the more he deserves it the  more she does not roast him.  Practical.  0 "He studied art In Italy* '  And was a- master, so he said.  On hia return he paintc# sighs  And such to earn his daily bread.  Fable of thc Sudden Conversion.  A   long   haired   Doctor  with   curly  whiskers and a new cult was expounding the beauties of his scheme to a fair,  haired young Scoffer.  After the Doctor had projected into  the air several thousand words that  were meaningless in the 'connection in  r_^ "which they were  *7S^N ." . used tho Young  3i.,#4 aistn was happy  to say that' he  was still in tho  dark and glad  of it.  Finding that  words were of no  effect���������the-Doc--  tor tried - some-'  thing stronger.  "My young friend," he said'blandly,-  "monoy is distasteful to'me, but somo  of the filthy stuff,appears.^to be necessary, as the Vulgar Landlord will not  keep me free of charge, as a 'true believer should. However, my only  financial, trouble is tliat people glvo mo  so much moro money than, I can ti^q  that I have to give most of it,bade. I  need a Handsome Youth like youi wlio'  Would be,of .such prepossessing appearance that the ladles would not "be  scared away, to take charge of this  work'of giving'back tho monoy which  1 despise; but, alas, you'are not a, bo*  Hover.!'  It was evlcloht that the Youth's feelings were,undergoing a chango, "I  was wrong, Doctor," he said, ''and I  seo whero you wore light. The truth  as you preHent-.lt is now clear to me.  I feel also as you do about giving hack  tho monoy,   Load mo to tho job," i  Moral.���������Somo of tho cults are ens*  ler to understand when you know why,  Dr.'WUlliims* Pink 1'ilU Should lie Daed  to Bring Bacit Health.  Sickness comes sooner or later in  tho life of everyone. ��������� Many who for  3rears have enjoyed the best of health  arc suddenly seized with gome one ������vf ,'  tho.'numerous ills of lifo. Most of the .  ills result from an impoverished condition of the blood; thus if the blood  is enriched the trouble will disappear. That is why Dr, Williams'  Pink Pills have had a greater success than any other medicine in the  world in curing sick and ailing people. These pills actually make new,  rich, red' blood, strengthen every  nerve in the body and in this way  make people well and strong. Mr.  Alphonso Lacoussiero, a 'well known  young fanner of St, Leon, Que.,  proves the truth of theso statements.  He says: "About a yejir ago my  blood gradually became impoverished. I was weak, nervous, and generally run down. Then suddenly my  trouble was aggravated by pains in  my kidneys and bladder, and day by  day I grew so much worse that finally I was unablo to rise without  aid. 1 consisted doctors, but any  relief I obtained from their medicine  was only temporary, and I began to  despair of ever being woll again.  One day 1 read an article in a newspaper praising Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and I decided to try them. I  got six boxes, and before they were  all gone my condition was so greatly improved that I knew-1 had at  last found a, medicine u> cure me. I  continued thc uso of the pills for a  while longer, and every symptom of  my trouble was gone, and I have  since enjoyed the best of health. I  think so much of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills that 1 am never without them  in the house."  It is because Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills make new blood that they cure  such diseases as unaomia, rheumatism, kidney and liver troubles, neuralgia, indigestion and all othcivail-.  ments duo to poor blood.' But you  must get the genuine bearing the ful"  name "Dr. Williams' I'ink Pills for  Pale People" on the wrapper around  every box. Sold by medicine dealers  everywhere, or sent by mail at 50  cents a box  or six boxes for ������2.50  by    addressing   the / Dr,     Williams'  i Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  "How much your 111 tin boy resembles your���������husband." said tho cunning politician. "I've always heard,"  s,|ie replied, "that people'grow to  look like those thoy nre irliii'li with,  Imt this is t|illt(.' a reiiuii'kiible ciiKe,  Wo only adapted the dour little I'el-  ow last week."  ��������� ii*- "  KIuM In Idne.  "I vitrioed in a dully paper I found  ������n ihaf. Wumsliin eriilwr that ono of thn  ���������-��������� c '   V     n or l   nppeiiivil   ul   It   ball   Hie  4i;t\or ft' 'ht: In u driw* covered wllli  '���������!.." '.y iot y-Uvov renlen," nald Iho iner-  jH.-iiil \rlt!i tho golden couil}.  ")'.;.-n v/e ;r;v jn.-tt In Ktyle," unld tlio  n>-i'.:iH   witb   tho   Ivory   mlrror.-  <';.'(.v.���������.'!.] rhshi Dealer.  1V!inl lloh'iy ThoujvM. t  Hobby hud been sir.rlu;,* nt Ida grand* jj  fiillu'',' i'or a Ian..': liiao, j  "Vi eii, i.tOfci,1; i ;.e,,,,i.,ed hi,-, ,,r,;,.u.',l- i  ther ut hu.it, "what du ,\wii ihlni; u;' my, 1  I'io'r'.''  "Jt'.'i nn awfully ulro fr.eo, fraud ad,"  :-i!:l Hobby, "lull, xvhy don't you have  It li'onodV"-l'ntliiini:t������r,  Vi'o rndtieo life In the petilnof.:'! of our  ("!.'.lly llvlt!^': we i-bould c?;mH cot Hv-  'ont'to ti.o grunut.';u' of UtV.���������1'liillipa  la.-!/,;,),  A I-'ntiir*- Por Mini,  Mrs, hUciiu-i'��������� Willie a l..:'..!,���������,.'[' ;���������,.;,���������,���������;  Wl'.lk' novor get* l������l������ arlthiuoile sunn  '���������iulit at nil. Mr, Hkemor-Mcbl'o It'll  be nil for tho bent. IIo may turn out 1<>  be an expert short change nri!.it.-J-::;.  i ha nj^o,  Spring.  Swcot, gentle Bprlau drills down tho pike  With apple blossoms in hor hnnd  To scatter, Uko a Bprlnkllnu enrt,  Her l;los3()it;a a'or tho plpaeant land, ,  And ns shs nails nlon'B sho sheds  Entrancing smiles to boat tho bantl.  Tlio llttlo croons lifts Its henfl  And makes a very pretty how;  Tlio farmer's boy elnsa ns ho stirs  Tho soil politely with his plow,  And over la the pasture lot  Jn welcome moos the bosay cow.  Tho lutlo lamha upon tho" crccn  Skip up nnd down nnd kick thoir heol������,  And ovor nil the hind it sonno  Of patent culm contentment (dealt),  And, fouoklnu oweotiy in tho nun,  Tho tramp that tirod l'oclhiK feels,  Como. trlllina from tho trprtopn tall  S'uikii tlmt for Pis moiithn woro uiiBung,  And ns you hear thoir roundelay  You wish tho yoar woro ovor yovintf.  Ynu want to pons a voto nf timnks  DocuuHO at luwt tlio Bprhiff ban uiuuns,  Tbo Llnn-rmi don't look well, Mr.  Hippo.  Hippo���������No, nnd  I don't fool w^U.  V>'l:y, I've hnit uOU pOUUdS lQ, 0 WQCk.���������  Now York l������>'eiilntj .Tourn������i.  f-Vti .1 I v  ] ;���������������" \������\* i,  k io  A cow Hnpprntitlun)  According lo Indo-Hurnpoan folklore,  tho clouds of tlio lieaveiui woro nothing  but ctsw-* who woro InvoHted with the  duties of a pK.vHiopomp, At tlmos thoso  clouds dest'ouilijd to tlio o.irtl) nml an-  hu'.-e-.l t'.i.'lr boMue ;;.,i'l*, but thill'  duty icnialiiod iho ������-tiuio; hiynco (ho hu-  pt'i>:.iioii prevalent ill immy iif.'iieul-  turfll oo'inti'U'H tlmt n cow breaking  I'.sio it giirdon fon-ftJls a d<>".tli In tin?  family. The psyohopur.ip wan tnevidy  lot king for u soul to escort to tho hereof ter.  "Is lio Kuporatltlous? Poea ho believe  In fdgus'r"  "Onlv tlULd.oUir.V'iTiC ,.  An Ontrayro,  Whon Mnjnr fSor.cral Rlr John  MoXelll, V. C��������� wuh badly wounded at  I-"'^'-iot/in, In the AmIi-miII wiw, he  eii.ergcd from tlto bu.sh oxchilial:^',  lu nugry and Indignant Iouoh, ns If  someone luuldco'dy liiiitilted hint, "An  Infernal woimdrol out thero has shot  iao tliroujjh tbo arm!"  TI������e EuKlislnvomnn's LatoIikeT.  .Talking about_ tho. British . nristocrx- -  cy, a woman who hns met it oh. its na-  tivo hoath tells mo. that "thii.'feminine  section of it never stirs out without a'  latchkey. - We carry' latchkeys oyer  here, but we. don't do it in tho-British  way. The American woman ties'lifer  key in the corner of her handkerchief  or hides it under tho mat or puts it into her purso along with cold cream recipes and car tickets1 and samples. The  Englishwoman parades hers. The woman who knows her tells me that she  has seen latchkeys sot with precious  stones and fastened to long chains,  She has soon them gilded and strung  from bolts; she has seon thom with  pins on tho back of thom, worn aa  brooches. Sho tolls me that the Englishwoman would no sooner leave her  latchkey at homo than her husband  would his bath. The thing Is possibly  now'to the Englishwoman aud, being  now, is paraded. .Willi us over hero  it Is an old story. Possessing the ro-  allty, tho symbol Is of small moment  to, us',, Wo aro content to leave the  latchkey under tho mat-  OpportnnltlcH For Good Deodo,  Kemoniher that if tlio opportunity  for groat deeds never comes the opportunity for good doods ls. renewed for  you, day by day. The thing for ua to  long' for Is tho goodness, not. tho glory,  CHILDHOOD DANGERS.  Uow tho Heavy Death Unto A mono; Child-  roil Mny Ho llcdiicod,  ������The death rato nmong infants nntl  young children during tho hot weather Ih simply appalling. 'FW.ox-  i ample, in the city of Montreal alone  In ono ;woek, tlw death of one hurt-  diwl and six children wuh recorded.  Mo.it of thwju deaths wrru duo. to  Klonuu'h and bowel ��������� troubles, which  aru always alarmingly prevalent (luring tho hot 'wt'iiiher, and in'OHt, If  not all, oi. llu'Ho precious little liven  might have been wi-ved, If the mother  hud ut hand a'wafu unci slmplo remedy tu check the trouble ut the nut-  Hot. Ah a life waver among .Infants  and young children, llaby's Own  Tablets :di<uibl be kepi in every  home, ThKw Tablets prevent and  euro diarrhoea, dysentery, cIkiI.iu  Infantum and all forms of ntoni-  fich trouble. If lit thi. alien are given  the Tablets occuslouully tliey will  prevent thes.- troubles uml keep tho  children lionlthv. The Tablets .cost  I only 2"> cents a box, uml a box oi  j liuby h uv.ii i.unL*,-. oi i!>���������..��������� hjn,%s  'iiiay liiivu a little life, They aiv  rnu\i'tMi*e<"l <<> contain no opiate or  Iiarmful drug, and may bo given  with Hiifi'tv hnd advantage to a now  !.o,., !. '..' -. " " ,!''������������������'������������������" oh'0,1 Tf  your dealer does not keep the Tablets, wild thn prico to the Hr, Williams' iMediclne Co,, Brockville, Out,,  and iv box will bo sent you by until  post paid.  "No litU'oii'.." t.tild tl. !���������,������.-: , v ;���������(,  was figuring on a handout, "l ain't,  i.u ivu'l.ir trump. 'I vn? u ������������������a!!..-i-  free yearw ei'uu, but sue hiiiji pit  wreck! an' T xvn/ wn-*hed nvbore."  "And H'h i\ kuI'o bet," jvl������>rii'o iin<  vmsyiapathetic faumUv "thnt you  ain't   b;������'n   Washoil  ���������iince." ������*s  THB CUMBERLAND NEW8  Issued Every Tuesday.  W.B.ANDERSON,    -      - -      MGR  The columns of Thk Nbwr ar������ open to all  <who wUh to exprost thereiu views o matter! uf publio iuttrest.  . While we de not hold ouraelves renomi.  ble for the utterances of correspondence, we  eeerve the right of deolining to insert  ������mmuntcation������ unnecessarily personal.  TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1904.  Kspimalt & Nanaimo Ry  l  ^iissj  r  s. s. "City of Nanaimo.  Lea 'es Victoria Tuesday. 6 a.m., for Nanaimo, calling at Musgraves, Vesuvius, Crofton. Kuper, and Thetis  lsiands first and third Tuesdays of  each month; Fulford, Ganges, and  Fernwood, remaining Tuesdays in  each month.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m;, for  Comox, connecting with s,s. Joan at  Nana'mo.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Nanaimo   direct,  connecting  with  train for Victoria  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo Friday,  2 p.m.; first  and third Fridavs of each month to  Ganges, remaining Fridays of each  . month to Ladysmith.  LeavesGangesor Ladysmith Saturday, 7  a.m., for Victoria and wav ports.  VANCOUVER-NANAIMO ROUTE.  S.8.     "JOAN."  Sails from Nunaimo 7 a.m. daily except  Sundays.  t  t  Sails from Vancouver" aTteTTu-fivaPof'C."  P-.R. Train No. 1. daily except Sundays, at 1 p.m.  TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE  JUNK lnt, 1903  VIOTORIA TO WELLINGTON,  No. 2-Daily. No. 4-Sumlay  A.U. * P.M.  Da. 9 00 Vibftria Da 4.0'  "   9.28 Coldstream  "   4 28  " 10.24 Koenig's "   5 iM  " 11.00. .Dunoan's    "   5.05  P.M. P M,  ��������������� 12.86.. .Nanaimo....... "   7,37  Ar 12,:3.. Wellington Ar. 7 52  WILLX**"   N TO VICTORIA.  No. 1-DmI Nu 3-Suad.  A.M. A M.  V*.  8.00 Wellington....   Du. 4 0.)  ���������*   8.20 Nanaimo  "   4,13  10.02 Dmuuu'ri  "   5.55  " 10.42 Koenig's , "   0.80  " 11.38 Coldstream  "   7.27  Ar 12,00 Viotoria  Ar 7.55  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tic-  kets on sale, good over rail and stean.er  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, and reduced ntes for parties may  be arranged for on application to the  Traffic Manager.  .  The Company reserves the right to  change, without previous notice, steamers  sailing dates and hour,s of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  than Monday.  Geo. L. Courtney,  Traffic Manager.  Cumberland  Hotel  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET.  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress,  When in Cumberland be sure  and stay at the Cumberland  Hotel, First-Class Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  Run in Connection with Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  EMM'S NURSERIES,  3009 Westminster Road  100,000 Bulbs to arrive soon from  Holland, France and Japan.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..  RHODODENDRONS,  ROSES,   GREENHOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Fall Planting,  ,Home__G.rown, and   Imported   Garden,  Field *nd Flower See^S,_~always  in sto-:k in season.  -FERTILIZERS���������  BEifi   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES*  Green house full of Plants Cut Flower  Floral Work. Catalogues free, or  call and examine stock.  M. J. HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B.C  Morroctji Bros,  BACTRS"  HREAD, Cakes and Pie������ delivered daily to any part of City.  pull stook of   Qr0i���������ri���������ii  r  i  n  Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes in the Comox Assessment District.  Province of British Columbia.  after set out, of the personain .aid lLt h^naS i ������nt   }  ^i ^ f���������0  AuCtion  the  lands  herein"  sons  on   the  81-t day of "S^^im ^ delinquent taxes unpaid by said per-  advertising said sale, if the totaU^ ^^ includin* th������ ������������ <><  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  Burdette, Emma Loutia  Blair, H  Cnrtii, Geo, D. and McGregor, J;  Chapman, J R  Glafgow, D  Gordon, Eatate, D W  Hope, Thos.  Laraen, Pater  Maokie, W H  MoCollUter, D  ������������ 11  McDonald, Win  McDonald, W A  McMahou, John  MoElroy, Prank  MoMahon, D  Roilello Estate  H  Rolling!, Ettate. Ed  Skeahonie, A M  Sloan, Rioh'd, Eitato  Skinner, J D  Stephen, Jobn  .Sinclair, John  Vidler, Arthur  Woods, Thom a  Tippett, George  Beadnell, George  8HORT DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY.  Lot 97  Lot i, Block 4 of Sharp's Addition to Seo 61  Part of Lot 1*0  Lot 7, Block 1 of Sharp's Addition to Sec 61  " (j     "     1 "    " ������       .f   ������������������    ",  Seotion 62  Lot 11, Blook 3 of Lot 87  Lot 20, Blook 6 of Sharp'a Addition to Seotion  8  4  5  8  2  7  8  9  9  ������  11  ������i  ii  it  ������  2  1  4  1  4  4  4  4  61  ���������t  11  11  i������  11  11  11  it  i>  11  ������t  11  it  11  11  11  it  1 of Seotion 1, Map 241  Lot 10, Blook 1 of Seotion 1, Map 241  Lot 16,    "     I       "    1,    "    *���������  Lot 17,   "     1       "    1,    -     "  Lot 20,   "     1      "    1,"  Lot 21,    "     1       ������    1     ������    ������  Lot 22,   "    I       "    1,   '���������    ���������������  Lot 13, of Se<������tlon56  Part of Lot 76  Part of Lot 68���������28) acres  N i of Blook 15 ot Lot 186  Block 8 of Lot 186  S E i of Lot 156  hot 4 Block 3 of Sharp's Addition, Seotion 61  Lots 69, 76 and 77 of Lot 110  Part of Lot 120���������100 acres  NEWCASTLE   DISTRICT,  f   Lot S3  DENMAN ��������� ISLAND.  | SE J of section 23  6 40  8 32  3 40  10 96  10 64  13 eo  9 60  9 98  10 64  10 64  10 64  5 92  8 oo  8 66  8 66  9 32  12 20  12 20  47 70  9 90  990  22 66  22 66  4 ������io  16 oo  8 58  1 20  2 40  128  5  42  oo  92  27  8 85  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  2  32  41  12  55  53  60  48  50  53  53  53  30  40  43  43  47  61  61  39  0 50  0 50  1 13  1 13  0 20  0 80  0 43  0 06  e 12  6 40  0 30  2 11  0 4.1  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  oo  00  oo  00  oo  00  oo  00  uo  00  00  oo  00  oo  00  oo  00  2-0Q  2 oo  oo  oo  oo  oo  00  00  00  00  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  8 72  10 73  4 52  13 51  13 17  14 60  12 08  12 48  13 1/  13 17  13 17  8 22  10 40  11 09  11 00  11 79  14 81  14 81  52 09  12 40  12 40  25 79  25 79  6 20  18 80  11 01  3 26  4 52  136 40  8 22  46 38  II 08  Honeyman, Jane  Green Estate, John  tiatnmersley ������ Keith  ��������� I <c  <l tl  Raine, Alfred 0  Robion, Aunte Isabel  King &> Oasey  Viilne. KlleuCatlerlne  u it  <i i<  Soh!nsn, Benjamin  vfatliem John  WH, J P  Williams, Mr* Emma  J w -en, Charles P  tftiHptmrd, Rachel  Williams, Mrs Emma  Uman, ifxmea  ���������iiuitls, A N  S uitlt, John B  olemao, Wm  I  HORNBYnfSLANDT"  E i of N E i of seotion 2  GROUP   I.  Lots 1372, 1375, 1377  HERNANDO   ISLAND.  {   12 80 |    0 64  I    2 oo I    15 44  I   11 75   |    0 59   |  2 oo   j    14 34  I    7 20  |    0 36  )   2 oo  |      9 56  I  25 37   |    1 27   |   2 oo  |    28 64  S B i of  N E i ol  N W * <.f  N E i uf  W i of  SWJ seotion 2  " 2  ���������������     6  7  8  ii  295 66  % 40  96 40  12 64  52 96  14 78  2 oo  4 82  2 oo  4 82  2 oo  0 03  2 oo  265  2 oo  CORTES   ISLAND.  N W i of seotion 31  SAYWARD   DISTRICT.  Putt of Lot 120  RUPERT   DISTRICT.  W i of seotion 15  E) of naotiou 21, Tp 8  Sections 22 and 23, Tp 3  Sections 50 and 61  Lot adjoining neotion 1, Tp 1  312 44  103 22  103 24  15 27  57 01  W i of sootion 19. Tp 2  N W i of seotion 10, Tp .  8 W i of-Notion M, Tp8  E 4 of Seotion 83 and N W  N K i of seotion 32, Tp 6  : of section 10, Tp 6  of seotion 30, T  1 Seotion 88 and N W i of seotion 34 Tp 6  N E 4 of seotion 2A, and 8 E i seotion 25, Tp 9  COAST DISTRICT-RANGE I.  Lot 15  Part of Lit 159  Part ���������������) Lot 265  Lot 105  1104 80 | 5 24 | 2 oo | 112 04  | 9 00 | 0 48 | 2 oo | 12 08  12 OS  12 08  42 32  61 22  8 72  11 64  12 08  8 68  13 90  12 08  22 16  98 89  5 80  2 85  40 88  9 0  0 48  2 oo  0 60  0 48  2 no  38 40  1 92  2 oo  56 40  2 82  2 oo  640  0 32  2 oo  9 18  0 46  3 oo  0 60  0 48  3 oo  6 36  0 32  3 oo  11 34  0 56  2 oo  960  0 48  3 oo  10 20  0 90  3 oo  01 80  4 59  2 oo  3 20  0 10  2 oo  0 80  0 05  2 oo  45 60  228  2 oo  Bated at Cumberland 10th September, 1004,  JOHN BAIRD, Assessor,  Comox Assessment District,  Gumberland Post Office,  THE    U3S1I01T     B-A/XT  BRICK  : AND   ���������   TILE -  YARDS  B. NAKANO, .Proprietor.  Hard-Burned and ordinary Bricks,  Nre Rriekn,   Pressed and Ordinary  Drain Tiles���������       3111., 4m,, and 6in  Fire Barking of all kinds to order.  Yards at Union Bay.  Post-Ofpiob A������drrb8-     OTJ!M!!BB3"RXjA.!N'!D  33������0  fFJHOLY TRINITY CHURCH  SERVICES.  Holy Communion evi������ry Sui������d������y������t 8 pm,  ���������firu Sunday in the month, 11 tm..  Morning service, If am.', Sunday,  School, 3.to p.m,i Evening wrvics,  7 p.m.; Choir Practice evety Friday  st 7 30 p.m.  F. G. Christmas I-aitor.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way ours of the Union riolliery  Company by any person or )*r  sodb���������except train crew���������is strictly  prohibited. Employee* are ^ub-  feet to dismitBttl for Allowing sane  By order  kFiu*cii D Unit  Manager.  OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOUOO  Livery  s  -A "Kr"P)  O     I am prepared   to    O  %    furnish Stylish Rigs    g  AX.*! do Tc.uuiug uS,      ~  reasonable rales.  D. 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Nadia stopped.
"Yes." .said Michael, "it is rerko who
is barking,   lie lias followed Lis mas- \
ter." ,    |
"Nicholas!" cried thp young girl.
Her call remained unanswered.'" Only ;
so iiii* birds of prey rose .up aad disappeared amid the high clouds of heaven, j
Michael Strogoff listened. Nadia look- !
ed nt the plain, lit up with Hashes of i
lightning in rapid succession, but she]
saw nothing.
And yet a voice came again, which
this time murmured in a plaintive'tone,
"Michael:"
Then a dog, all bleeding, came bounding up to Nadia.   It was Serko.
Nicholas could not be far awny. lie
alone could murmur th:U name of Michael. Where wns he? Nadia'had not
even the strength to call out to him.
Michael Strogoff, lying on the ground,
searched with his hand.   ���
Suddenly Serko gave a fresh bark
aud rushed toward a gigantic bird,
which was clawing the ground.
It was a vulture. Wheu Serko precipitated himself upon it, it rose up;
but, returning to the charge, it struck
the dog.
He again renewed the attack, but he
received a blow on the head from that
terrible beak, and this time Serko fell
back dead on the ground.
At the same time a cry of horror escaped from Nadia. , -.<>-.
"There, there!" said she.     ;
A bead rose, just above the ground!
It would have struck against tbeir feet
had it not been for tbe intense 'brightness that the heavens cast upbn the
steppe. " 'f: .'..
Nadia fell on ber knees near that
head."* ���.,' , k. /-;'*. .
Nicholas, buried up to the neck, according to the atrocious customSiOf the
"'Tartars,' lifQTeW^aTJa^Mwl^n^the"
steppe to there die of huuger and thirst
and perhaps to be torn intof pieces by
the fangs of wolvesor the beaks of birds
of prey. A most horrible punishment'
for tho victim thus imprisoned iu the
earth, who presses the earth without
being able to cast It off. having his
arms tied and fastened to his body like
those of a corpse'in a coffin! Tho victim, living iu this clay mold, which he
is unable to break, can do nothing but
implore death, which Is too slow in
coming!
It was there the Tartars had Interred
their prisoner for three days. For
three days Nicholas had been wolfing
ror succor, which had come at last too
late.
The vultures had perceived that head
exposed ro the sun's rays, and for some
���hours tho dog defended his master
against theso ferocious birds.
.Mlclmel Strogoff dug the enrth with
his clnspknife to release It from that
Imprisoned body.
Tho eyos of Nicholas, closed until
then, once more opened themselves.
He recognized Michael and Nndla.
Then lie murmured:
"Adieu, friends. ! am hnppy to havo
seen you once more.  Pray for mo."
Aud those words wore tho Inst,
Mlclmel Strogoff continued to dig tlio
soil, which, being strongly, trodden
down, had the hardness of a rock, nnd
nt length ho succeeded In drawing from
It the body of the unfortunate mnn.
lie listened If his heart still hunt, lt
beat no more!
Ho wished then to bury It, Hint It
might not remain exposed on the
etoppo, nnd that liolo ln which Nicholas )md been burled alive lie enlarged
and deepened lu mieli a manner ns to
he nblo to lay lilm there when dead.
The faithful Serko wns placed near his
muster.
At thnt moment a grent nolso wns
heiiril on tho rond about half a verst
nwny.
Mlclmel Strogoff listened.
By the nolso lie knew at once thnt a
detachment of chvnlry wna udvunclng ;
toward the troop of horsemen .which
was passing. ; .
"On our journey. Nadia!" said ho.
Michael Strogoff couhl no ledger "follow the highroad, now occupied by the
Tartars. He must throw himself across
tiie steppe and turn Irkutsk. In doing
iIiis they would have to cross the Di'h-
ka aud thus would bo relieved from oue
great anxiety.
Nadia eould no longer drag herself
along, but she could see for him. He
took her in his arms and struck into
'the southwest of the province.
Tliere remained for. them to travel
more than 200 versts. How could it
be done? How could food be found oui'
the journey?
By what superhuman energy would
they succeed in passing tho 'first slopes
of the Sayeusk mountains? Neither
Nadia nor he could tell.
And yet twelve days after, at G o'clock
in the evening, an immense sheet of
water rolled at the feet of Michael Strogoff.    ,.
It was Lake Baikal.
Lake Baikal is situated at a height
of 1,700 feet above the level'of the sea.
Its length it about 000 versts. its
breadth about a hundred. Its depth is
unknown. Mme. de Bourboulon tells
us that the sailors say that it wishes to
be called "Mrs. Sea." If one calls it
"Mr. Lake," it at once is in a rage.
Anyhow, according to a Russian legend,
a Russian is never drowned there.
This immense basin of fresh water,
fed by more than 300 rivers, is embosomed in a magnificent circle of volcanic, mountains, it has no other outlet but the'Angara, which, after having passed Irkutsk, throws Itself into
the Yenisei a, little above the town of
Yeniseisk.
The first days of October had come.
The plan of the fugitives was very
simple. A current of the Baikal skirts
i]k< higher shore oi the lake as far as
the mouth of the Angara. It. is this
can-eat which they counted upon making use of to early reach'' the owlet of
Baikal. From this point to Irkutsk the
rapid waters of the river would draw
them j;long at a speed of ten or twelve
versts the hour. In a day and a half
ihey ought to be in sight of the town.
Every means for embarking was
warning at that place.      ���-������������
They had to supply this want. A
raft, or, rather, a Coat of wood, like
those which generally float''on the Sibirean rivers had been constructed.
A forest of pine, which towered aicug
the shored had furnished ' the 'float!:i'g
material. The trunks, lashed together
with willow branches, formed a platform .on which a hundred persons
would have easily found room.
It was oa this raft that Michael Strogoff and Nadia were carried. The
young girl was once more herself. They
gave to her some nourishment, ns also
to her companion. Then, lying down
on a bed of leaves, she immediately lei'
into a sound sleep.    ������*.
To these who interrogated him Michael Strogoff said nothing concerning
.the <>-".ns which httd occurred at
.Toms\. He gave himself out as an inhabitant of Krasnoiarsk who, had. nol
been able to reach Irkutsk before the
rate from one another, and it was of
great' importance to rebind \:hem more
firmly together that they might resist
the current of the Angara, which is
very rapid. '
: The old sailor did not, therefore, ex<
pect any more fugitives at the port ci
Livenitchnaia, and yet at the moment
the; raft was leaving the shore two
men, coming out of a deserted house,-
ran.with great hasteto the bank.' '
Nadia, sitting at the back part of the
raft, looked at them in a listless manner.1" v ���" .">'*.   '
A cry was about to escape her. She
seized 'the hand of Michael Strogoff.
who at that moment raised his head.
"What is the matter with you. Nadia?" ho asked.
"Our two fellow travelers, Michael���
that Frenchman and that Englishman
whom we met in the dc-liles of the Ural
mountains."
"Yes."
/Michael Strogoff shuddered, for the
strict incognito from'which he did.not
wish to depart was in danger of being
unveiled.
And in reality It was not. any longer
Nicholas Korpanoff whom Alcide -.Jolivet and Harry Blount were' about to
see In him now, but the true Michael
Strogoff, the courier of the czar. The
journalists had already met him twice
since their separation at the posthouse
WOMEN AS JURORS,
A Mean Man Tells What May Ha jpeij
Should The?-Be Chosen.   '
Defendant's Lawyer - Your name,
madam?
First Juror���I dou't see why you need
my name.
D. L.-It Is necessary.   Y'our. mme,
,please?
P. J.-Mary Louise Irma Eihelwyne
Smyt-lie���not Smith, remember, I uai a
Briuckerhoff-Van Rensselaer. Our'fnui-
ily was very much opposed to ir;,; marrying a Smythe, for, ybu see���
D. L.���That is sufficient, madam.
Your age? ,���.���.-.,,
F. J.-Sir-r-r?
D. L.--I said your age.
F. J. (blushing)���Twenty-three.   .
D. L.���Have you read anything, about'���'
the case in the papers?   ��� ..'
F. J.���No. I haven't had time yet.
You see. I belong to a club, and we
are getting up an entertainment, aiid
so I haven't been able to touch a paper
for an age.
The sun uow sank" below the llorizotratr
5 o'clock, and the long nights allowed
the temperature to fa Ih to zero iu thd
thermometers. The first snow, whicli
was to remain until summer, already
troops, of- the emir had arrived on the
left bank of the Diuka, aud. he added
that very likely the main body/of tlie
Tartars had taken up their position be-
fore the capital cf Siberia.' Even among
friends it was almost as important to
preserve secrecy as to.his mission as if.
among enemies. "
One never knows what cars, are-listening when the tongue speaks.    The
friend- of today may l^e the foe of to-, board!.bc^tIlel_ t0 como _p t0 rae...
morrow, and even the nrm friend; if
D. L. (smiling)���Very .well. Are y6��
of Ichim-thctirst time at the camp of i prepared, then, to give an unbiased
Zabedeiro. wheu ho cut with the blow of   opinion on the case?
the knout the face of Ivan Ogareff, the
second time at Tomsk, when lie'was'
condemned by the emir. They knew
therefore what to think of him and his
true position as courier of the czar.
Michael Strogoff quickly took up his
pprt.-
"Nadia," said he, "when that Frenchman ,and  Englishman shall come on
Indiscreet.- is more to be dreaded than
the known enenny.
There was not. therefore, an instant
to lose. Besides, the frost became more
and more keen. The temperature during the night fell far below zero. Some
pieces of ice had already formed on the
surface of the Baikal. If the raft could
easily make Its way on the lake. It
would not; be the same between . the
banks of the, Angara in case those
pieces of ice should come to impede its
'courso.     ,r
Therefore for all these reasons it was
necessary that the fugitives should
start without delay. ..* *   *;,"'*...
At S o'clock at night the moorings
were unfastened, and undor the action
of the current the raft, followed the
lake shore.
Long poles, handled, by robust mu-
whitened the neighboring heights.  Dur- j jtlcs, sufficed to guide it.   An old sailor
ing the Siberian winter this interior
sea, with Its Ice several feet thick, Is
dotted wltb trains of couriers and enra- j
vans. j
lt was at the southwest* point of tho
lake that Michael Strogoff had just arrived, carrying Nadia. whose wholo
life, so to speak, was concentrated In
her eyes. , What could they both expect-
iu this wild part of the province but
to dio there of want and destitution?
And yet how many still remained to ho
made of those 0.000 versts that tlio
courier of the e;:ar should ntialn his
end? Only sixty versts along the shore,
of the lake as far as-thc mouth of the
river Angara, and eighty versts from
the mouth of the Augara to Irkutsk���
in all a hundred and forty versts, say
a three days' journey for a strong and
vigorous man even on foot.
Somo fifty peoplo found- themselves
assembled nt, the corner which forms
the southwest point of lhe lake.
Nadia tirst perceived ihls gi'oup when
Michael Strogoff. en frying her ln his
of the Baikal had taken.command of
the raft. He was a man of sixty, all.
tauned with the breezes of the lake. A
white and very thick beard descended
on his breast. lie had on his head a
fur hat. Of a grave and austere appearance, his wide and long rldlug-eoat,^- ^ C0l^cni>a wgrfdowzi'
drawn tight ut lhe belt, hanging down
They were indeed Harry Blount and
Alcide Jolivet, whom not chance, but
the force of events.' had conducted to'
the port of Livenitchnaia. just as tliey
had led Michael Strogoff.
The reader knows that after having
been present at the triumphal entry of
tne Tartars Into Tomsk they had gone
away before .the savage execution
which terminated the. feast. They had
no doubt but their old fellow traveler
had been put to death, and they were
quite unaware that he had been only
made-blind by order of the emir.
"..' Then,1 having procured horses, they
had abandoned Tomsk that very night,
.with-the-fixed-intention.of-datiag,henee^
forth their articles from Russian camps
of eastern Siberia.
'���'Alcld^InUv^t and Harry.Blount set
out for Irkutsk by forced marches.
They had great hopes of outstripping
Feofar-Khan, and most certainly they
Would have done so had not a third column unexpectedly made .Its appearance, having como from tho southern'
provinces of the Yenisei. Like Michael
Strogoff, they wer.e cut off before having even reached the Diuka.    Hence
F. J.���Oh, of courfee.    My husband
says I,am one of the fairest women he
ever mot.   I nm never prejudiced, even,
if I don't like the loqks of a person.
I- '��� " "        ;-"'' ,.'    ?;'���'������"'
D. L. (to clerk)���Call the next tale3--
woman.
Clerk calls Mrs. Brown.-
Mrs. B. (to lawyer, indignantly)���!
am not a saleswoman, sir! No member of my family is in trade; sir!
D. L.���You misunderstood mo, madam.   I merely applied to you the 'technical teniH-talcswoman.   That is what,
every Woman becomes when she enters
the jury box to be examined.
Mrs. B.���Well, I don't want to waste
my time In this horrid court. I'm going to tea this afternoon.
Judge���Mrs. Brown is excused.
Clerk calls Mrs. Jones.
Mrs. J.���I beg to ne excused. I am,
right In the midst ol dressmaking, preparing for the summer/and the modiste
is waiting now to tit me.-
Judge-rA trivial excuse. You must
��� serve; ������mn���:r���^���������
Clerk calls Mrs. Doe.
Mrs. D.���My baby.-swallowed a pin
this morning, and ,1 must go right
homo aiid attend to'tho child.
Judge���Mrs. Doe Is excused.
After 7S9 ladies nre examined a jury
is secured.���-San Francisco Town Talk.
'r
to "his, heels, this silent old num. sitting at tho stern, commanded by" gesture and did not speak ten words In
ten hours. -
Besides,* the whole management, consisted In keeping .the raft In the current which ran along the shore, without allowing It to go fur out Into the
deep water.
Although'the journey was not without ('anger, the voyngers might reasonably hope'to safely accomplish It.
At any rate they had become ' accustomed to both hardship nnd danger.
No fate could be worr-o than the one
that nwnlted them If thoy'remained,
Ko despite the past nud present they
wore   many   hopeful,   nlmost   happy
arms, ciiiny out from the dollle of tho. hearts on bonrd that rudo'craft tlmt
moiintnlus. i fronted along so lazily,
",siop!" sho crlod. "Tho Tnrtnrs! Tho
Tartars!"
The young glti fonrod for nn Instant
thnt It was nothing else thnn a detachment of Tnrtnrs sent to scour tho
kIioich of Lake Baikal, iu which case
.lllght would lio cut off for both,
But Nadia was booh reassured ou
this hond.
"Tliey nro nnsslnns!" f!io cried.
And ai'ier this Inst effort her eyelids
closed, nud her head fell down ou tho
breast of Michael Strogoff.
But tlicv had been perceived, nud
some of ihose Itusslnns. running up tn
thom, led the blind iiitili nud the ything
girl to the border of u llttlo bench to
whlcli was moored n raft.
Tho raft wns about to deport.
Thct--o KuwkShuh wero fugitives pf va-
townrd the Dlnka.
"Nadin, Nadiui" said he in a low
voice.
At his voice Nndla, who hnd remnlncd
in prayer, iwo up.
"You seo them I   You seo thom!" ho
turn! tu iiu,
-Tho T:\v\nvsl" i:\u- iDisrtiiurtd.
It was Indeed the advance guard of
tlio ctnlr whicli wns defiling quickly on
the rond to Irkutsk.
"Tliey nhnll not prevent mo from In-
U.itu�� ui.n," baid Miih.ivi >>tWButi,
And lio continued his work,
Soon Nicholas' body, with his hands
Joined on his breast, wns laid In tho
tomb. Mlclmel Strogoff nnd Nadin,
kneeling down, prayed tho Inst time for J
thir poor Mm?, good nnd Inoffensive. I
who through devotudness to them had
lOi-t ll- llfo. |
"Ami now," said .Michael, throwing,
back the earth, "tho wolves of tho!
mU-ppo kIki!I imt devour lilm."
Tifco his hand stretched lo menace'
| rioua eondliloiiN whom a common
tsix In
terest hnd gathered together on this
point of tho Baikal.
Driven buck by the Tnrtnr scouts,
thoy sought to take refuge In Irkutsk,
and, not,being nblo to ranch that plnco
, ,      ,     1 t. , I I. 1 1 \     i   ,V      ..
iJJ       tL.IHl,     .1,*.KL.      *��..       ,.,....,,,.)     ,,,��,.      ,.,��,V..
Vy j.ivition on both \",o,o,-.---, of \\\e \\v?:\-
in, thoy hoped to gain ll by descending
tho river which runs through the town.
Tho fugitives had their raft fully pre-
pared for tho voyngo, and hnd Mlclmel
..mj���^,i. vjvv.4 v.,*,;. ii ..'.',' .,,,',;;���.; ,;;..;-
ho would havo found the plnco deimn-
cd.
Now, ho wns welcomed nnd bidden
to go upon the raft nt once, ns Its slow
motion rendered It advisable (o ioxo uo
flnio 111 .��"?flnff out.
Their project umdo the heart of Ml*
(���!:.-!>'! Sfrvgoff leap for Joy. Tie oould
now piny his Inst chance. Hut he had
tho strength to dlHsemhlc, wishing to
preserve moro strictly thnn ever his
incognita.
CHAPTER XVI.
O special Incident marked
this juiirney on the hike.
Nadia hnd reninlued in
a pro found stupor,
Sleep hnd  only overpowered Mlohni'l Strogoff
nt   long  Intervals,   nnd
still his thoughts wero over watch lug
over her.
At daybreak tho .raft, retnfiled by n
somewhat strong breeze which was
blowing ngalnst the notion of tlto current, wits Ht ill forty versts from the
mouth of the Angnrn. Most likely tliey
would not lie nlde to reach It before ll
or -l o'clock in the nftei'itoon.
This wns not nn Inconvenience: rather the contrary, for thu fugitives would
then descend ihe river during the tuglit.
nml the darkness would favor tbelr
arrival nt Irkutsk,
At -i o'clock lu tho afternoon tlio
mouth of the Angnra was signaled by
tlir�� old mnrlnoi* between tho high granite rocks of tho coast. Ono could perceive on tho right tmult tlio littlo p-ui
of Livenitchnaia, Its church, Its few
bonnet built ou the steep.
But ihera wan u grave circumstance.
The fliHt Hunting ico that haa cuiut
from tho cant wna already forming between the bnttks of tho Angnra and
hence descending toward Irkutsk,'
However, their riuuiber could not nf<
yet be great enough io obstruct tht
river nor tlio cold severo enough to
unit,' liii-m Into one uin*.*.
The raft arrived at tho llttlo port nml
Mit|>|>id  llifli'  for a  fcllwl'l  liltit',     The
old mariner had decided to put iuto
pert for nn hour In order to make some
iudlsjictiMildc repairs. Tho trunks, having become loose, threatened to sojm-
as -far as Lake Baikal
When they arrived at tivcuitchuaia,
theport was ^already- deserted. On any
;othcr side it was Impossible for them
to outer Irkutsk, which., wus .InvRjs.tod
by tho Tartar nrm les.
They had been thoro. for three days',
and very much embarrassed, whdn tho-
raft arrived. .]��� .,.,,,,. .
' The design of tho fyg|.tlves,,w.as. c'p'm-
munlcnted to them. Thero was certainly.some.chance of their;boIng .ablo..
to pass during the night aud penetrate
'Into Irkutsk. They therefore resolved
to mako the attempt. ,        ,     ,
Alcide Jolivet at onco placed himself
���In conmiunlcaUon with the old.mm.'lner.
nnd nsked passnge for his companion
und himself, offering to pay tlio fare ho
fixed, whatever It might be.    .
"Here ono does uot pay anything,"
gravely answered''-'the- old mni'lnor.
"Ono risks his JlfeMhat Is nil."
Tlie two jouflirtUiats''embarked* and
Nndla snw them tnko their placo In the
fore part of the raft,
Ilnr
English
ed a word to her dining the whole jour
ncy across tlio Urn) mountains. AIcliJo'
Jolivet seemed a llttlo more grave than
usual, nnd oue would acknowledge ihat
his gravity wns Justified by that of.ttio
clrcmiiHtiiiices. >,
Alcide Jolivet wn? then,Installed on
the fore part of the nt ft, when he felt
a hand rest on his arm., IIo turned
round and recognized Nndla, tho sister
of him who. wns. no longer Nlcholns
Korimn'off, but Michael Strogoff, courier of ihe c-icnr. 'A cry of surprise wna,
nbout fo escnpo lilm when he snw tlio
young girl plnco her finger on her lips.
"Cume," snid Nndla to lilm.
And. assuming nn air of Indifference,
Alcide Jolivet, making a sign to Hurry
Blount to accompany hfm, followed her.
But If tho surprise of the journalists
was great ut ineeiiiig Nnaiii on mat,
raft It wns^vfljhout limits when they
perceived Mi'ctisfpl Strogoff, whom they
could not bellow to ho stlHallvo. Michael Strogoff had uot moved at their
approach. ,
Wrong DlnRiiONla.
.Not long ago an old colored woman
of Virginia visited a doctor and Inform-,
ed him that.ber husband was seriously
111. The doctor hastened, diomo with
her| anil upon mhkiiig ii diagnosis: of
the man's enso infori'iie'd' the wife that
he" luul' a hopelesscn.se of gnsti-itls..
"Oristiitls!'^ ejacnlntod'the old wo*-
than.. "De'Lnwd knows I don't know
how >h,o ever, got -gastritis,  'causptflv
don't burn'a thing but. goal lie lh, dls
house uii' but,pow.orful.llttlo of.that."r-^
Philadelphia Ledger, "'',
A Dun inert; Jnl Rows,
"Do-you moan to toll irie that you1
expect lo sell that yellow"dog for,$5.?'
You ought to, bo glad to .give, hlra ���
awfi,v.'\.   -  ..;" ''". <
"Well," answered. .Mr. Erastus Pink-
ley, "I'd ho, glnd to glvo 'im a'wny, bur
dnr aim"'no uso o' tryin'. But If T
, n'Kks $"�� fob him mnyho I kin,keep drop-
pin do piico' until somebody thinks ho
dono- got. n-i bargain -fob..two> bits."���
Washington Stnr.
".;.'",." '""���"' ���     ;l!'ll.'.1 . "Ill, l-J.,l'l|ll' I.'   "��� ,.,
.   Almost nendr For'thi* rinnft'e.
"Xow^sald, tho bash man aftoril^ey
���ry, Blount,wns nlwnys tho eoldi.htul rehohrsod tho wedding for tho
shmnn who hnd scarcely address-  stiitlf time, "there's   ouly ouo tooro
thing to do,"
"What's tlmt?" oslfod tho maid of
honor.
"Sond for t|jo lawyers nnd'?jp through,
tho motions of the divorce tiinl.'VC'hl.'
cago Record-Kern Id. ��� ��� '
ltoKn.iT, ������������*
Dlok-N'o, you'ro not n truo frlojid or
you wouldn't ijak mo to lond ypu-lilion-
ey whon you know I huvcu't any myself. ' , "     . 'J
Kilek-nut you forget that tho-.only
friends who nro willing to lend money
nre tho ones thnt haven't" got it to
lond,���Detroit Freo press,
Gold In Bhibmcnia,   '
Exporters of gold always prefer to
. 1  i        i        t .     i I M       , '        ��� t,,'.,!,.,.-I*.
tltiy   III    If,lii3    I..I..I.     Iti,.14    vv,.,    , .i.-l ���,-
hccim-e cf the jTvr.ilev nitv^eotlon-'of
coin to abrasion In transit. They cannot be packed ns closely ns bnrs. It
is said that '$1,000,000 In Amer I can
ongles thny show ns gront n loss ns
$l\i\)   (itJut   lihXttmuil   tii   uv>����   %.iii'i.\t.\t
(To *��� ertntlTiufil.J
���     ,     III   II-
Hare that jDeelre,
Mnko up your mind, to ho 'educated,
i ml you are already hnlf educated. A
strong desire to be or to do any particular thing, accompanied hy effort, multiplies your powor nnd thrown wldo
tho door of opportunity tlmt leads to
thc aceompUinnicnt-bf your purpose.-
/
from New York to Paris.
ImpnrHnl,
V��?hen King Edward visited Kilkenny, tho corporation of tlmt fnmm����
Irish city presented on address to his
nutjoaty, On iho anrno dny, with at riot
Impartiality, tho councilors granted
Iho freedom of tho city to John Duly
>f Limerick, lately dlfcharged from
prison, whore he had served a term
tor twins djoawUe,   	 /
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OF CHICAGO
.....By MARY WOOD
Copyright, 1903, by T. C. MoClure
������^.���t.��.^..^,^.,Hi..j..,.^.,..^��^..*.i.fr^^   Miss Halloway of Chicago."
1 -.^       ^ .       4   ' ^ tone W:ls courteous, but the girl
*   IWE"7C   HAS J fiWl A\l i   fo"t the sting of underlying reproof. It
i I w: s a new experience for her.   All her
4 | twenty years had not discovered a per-
^: son who should dare to cross her.   The
A - l'' Krcat T-  P-  Calloway himself -lacked
1  By MARY WOOD   ^, the  necessary courage, or, rather, he
^ ���     ^ ' openly encouraged her willfulness as a
,j   r?ini-iu-nation of his own indomitable
*...***...*.��..,.._..-_ ^...........w**.^:  fnh-lt.   As for Mrs. Halloway. she was
... ,:  . ,- 'always a minus quantity on such oc-
She was so decidedly petite that even  caslons  as  demanded   flrmness.-   She
when she drew her figure to its greatest P^'frn-ecl to be comfortably seated and
height ?tho assumption of dignity waa .wri��S h'crbands gently.   Tears camo
Persian Tales
A King-Can Always Find a. Wa.y Out
"of Any Difficulty. :.;,   '?;',:*
laughable.   EUit her eyes sparkled dangerously as .she faced the bellboy.
The bellboy was impressed. He eyed
the door as if meditating escape beforo
Bhe proceeded to stronger methods.
"Now, see here," she exclaimed belligerently, "this is the third uote I have j
written to the oflice. and I want a re-;,
ply. this,time." ��� ��� , ,.  a  1
"If you would go down to the desk," ;
the bellboy ��� Insinuated apologetic-ally^ '
"Mr. Parker"-
"No, I will not go down to the desk,"
Miss Halloway interrupted decidedly.
.."That.head, clerk Parker, or whatever
name he answers to. shall come up hero '
cr I will know the reason why."
The bellboy departed promptly. "Apd, ,
by the-way," she called'after him. "just'1
hustle.along some telegrayh blanks on ���
your way back.   I have a few thiugs to
say "to  my   father and ^some of  his
friends concerning the lack of accommodations atthe Great Eastern."
"Oh, Belle, Belle," wailed Mrs. Halloway, whose ample form had collapsed in one corner of a red plush sofa,
"how can you make such a disturbance? Now, if your father was only
here. But the two of us alone, without'
.a protector!" Aud she rolled her eyes '
distractedly.
"Protector, fiddlesticks!" said the en- >
ergetic Miss Halloway. "Have you no
spirit, mother?" She began to pace the!
floor excitedly. "Would you be treated '
as a nobody���you, the wife of Thomas '
P. Halloway?  Consider your position." j
Mrs. Halloway doubtless considered i
her position���she wsfs'absojutely at the j
mercy'^of her daughter's scathing'
tongue; therefore she maintained a dis-1
easily and in nowise interfered witn
her heart action or gradual 'increase of
avoirdupois.  .      ���
Now she looked en'treatlrigly, nt her
daughter and murmured, "Oh, Belle, !
don't, don't!" '{
Miss Halloway did not hear. Her;
world seemed falling about her ears, i
For the first time the shameful help-1
lossness of her sex overcame her. But
woman's wit came' to her aid. Her:
lips trembled pitoously, and,two large
tears ran down her cheeks."'" ��� . j
This was a new method of warfare.
The redoubtable Mr. Parker stood
aghast; then, as became a prudent general, threw out scout lines.
"Really, Miss Halloway," he said |
soothingly, "tho whole thing Is a trifla i
which we have foolishly exaggerated. J
Ih the morning you will laugh at your .
fancied grievances."
But still the'girl's head was hidden
in her folded arms, and her shoulders
heaved:- Mrs. Halloway fobbed, swaying comfortably back and forth, "if
your father were only here," sho.
wailed.
Mr. Parker looked from one to thb
other despairlngiy.    Fie was a young '
man.   A Woman's tears are sacred���to i
the chivalry of youth.   He cast discretion to the winds and capitulated.
"Don't cry, Miss Halloway," he im�� '
plorcd; "please don't. I think that per- '
haps I can arrange the matter. A per-!
sonal friend of mine has one of thai
suits. Perhaps for you���yes, I am sure i
I can arrange it."
- "On your word and honor?" asked'
Mitfs- Halloway of Chicago in a muffled
ton'eV" . ,'
', "On/ my word of honor," he promised
recklessly.
The girl lifted her head and ��� d.
She had not been crying"at all.  "Yon
NE day, as1 his royal highness
was wandering anoint the city
ia disguise, he.; heard much
talk of a famine in the land,
and upon reaching his palace be pressed the button and summoned Abdullah, his prime minister, and said:
��� "What, is all this talk about a famine in the land? I have heard nothing
of it before, today."
"It is true, 0 v ruler," replied tho
P. M." "All the crops have failed and
thousands of your subjects are facing
starvation.".
"But why was I not informed of the
fact long ago, '.that I. might issue a
proclamation commanding full crops to
grow?"
"Alas, your majesty, I was so busy
that it slipped my mind-"
"Wm. So thoro is a famine," muttered the king.
"It is true."
"Aud unless I come to the rescue of l
my people thousands may starve?"
"It will be so, 0 ruler, but, alas,
what can you do?"
peoplo are hard up."
"Then secure a loan on the crown
jewels.",-..        .'.."'���":���, . ,v..
"Alas, sire, there are none.   We soaked the last ruby a year ago."
"Look here, Mustapha;" said the king I
as he. drew nearer,- "I'm a king, ain'l
'!V ���' . ":-   ':���/".: ''V".v'.' ]
"For sure, your majesty."
"Head boss and cock of tho walk?"   '
:"Tlio same, sire."
"And: what I say go��s?" ���'':.   ���
"It certainly does."       . j,
"Then you tell the cock to have stria;; >
AN  ICE  EXPERIMENT.
Cut
tbe
���beams, for dinner aad
life."
fail not on his.
M QUAJV
Realistic.
.    Actors frequently receive unexpected,
t proof of the realism of their art. This
story, which is reported from a Chicago
theater, is like the'story of the arlht
who painted a fire so vividly that hia
servant threw water on Jt.     '   ������"
"Hainlet" was the play. In the gallery two small newsboys were'watching
with breathless interest. The last net
wns drawing to a close. Tho duel almost dragged the boys from their
chairs.
Before their eyes the queen wn-? poisoned, Laertes killed, the king klilcil,
Lin inlet killed. On the final tragedy
tin? curtain started down. The audiciiLO
i was spellbound.
I    In the gallery pounded a clatter and
TIu-o-rrIj   by   n   Tine   Wire
*   CuKc Still Kemuiri. Whole.
".: What 13 the freezing point. :n temperature?
The answer Is probably known to
mo^t oi you���namely, 3- decrees .ibova
zero F.
Tlu tls rUht.
Now. yeu would:'.'t sirpprw that anything cot: HI po^/.bly me'.t al thin point,
much le^s below il. wo:;IJ you'.'
But if yeu make the f.ilbwing experiment you cm pro\c th-.t see melt-; at
several degrees Lolo'.v frv.hig pul:,i If
heavy p:\ssv.rp is applied. Tills cxperi-
.me-.u i.s as i'jilows:
. Take a largo piece of ice and place It
on a coupl"? of treaties t^r common
kitchen chair.;).
Tie a heavy stone or other kind cf
weight   tflatirons,   for  inst.meoi to  a
i crash us one-of the.bovs bolted for tiia
"What can I do. you eld slab sided, j aoor>
squint eyed croaker? I can .issue a
proclamation, of courso. You <grab up
that pen and dash it off at once. Say
that the king has learned that all
crops have failed and a famine is i"i-
creet silence. ��� - -    _
���   "^They must be taught tbe deference ; can stop your crying now, mother," sbt
dqe to us, the Halloways of Chicago."! BaitI cheerfully; "it Is air over with."
yeaid the girl.   Sbe was veryyoung-und j She turned to the astonished Mr., Par-
IwsiessTd ^"tlfe"follies~al~we^
graces of youth. " i "And since you hav*r,p^jeded to my re��
the bellboy uow reappeared, holding! quest," she said sweetly, ^et me apol
out a handful of telegraph blanks like
a yellow flag- of truce.   "Mr. Porker," '
{���he averred, "he says���he's coming."      i
-   Miss    Halloway   seised    upon   the
blanks and flung herself Into a chair ,
beside the writing table.   "There will <
' probably be ample time to get off the '
telegrams  beforo  he   comes.   Things ���
don't quickstep at the Great Eastern,"
"But. Belle." Mrs. Halloway protest- .
,ed after the bellboy had closed tho door
ln reverential  fashion, "had you not
better slip on another waist. Mr. Pa^J'
W-
"Mr.  Parker,"  hor daughtor Inter-
"Tiiptcd superciliously, "is a'hotel clerk,
'"a servant.  This dressing sack Is 'good.:1
'enough for him."  ���'.' '"    ���'������-���.-���;; ��'-- -��� ������ ?;
She dashed off a. telegram jiad'read It (
aloud reflectively: ,
������    Dear Dad���iVe aro being shamefully'!
treatea at thif Great Eastern.-'li,things
oglze for having asked In���well���rather
peremptory  fashion.   It is a way  I j
have, unfortunately.   Of course your
promise holds good?"
"Of course." replied Mr. Parker a trt-
fle stiffly. He could not avoid taking'-]
her outstretched,hand. "Of course!" he |
repeated more heartily as some mea��;
merle Influence radiated from' hor fla�� ]
ger tips to his. There was added re�� ,
speot as well  as admiration  In tha j
"WHO IS KING OF THIS COUNTRY ?"
mincnt and that his sympathies, are
deeply stirred on behalf of his people."
'"Tis done, 0 king," said Abdullah
as he finished.
"Then follow it by a second. iWe
have announced that ouv sympathies
uro with our 'subjects, but at the same
"Come en, Jimmy!" he shouted back
to his "pal." "Hustle up! Dey~JJ !;o
extras out on dis."
To him the acting hnd been at least
as real as news.���Youth's Companion.
A Tabic on Gratitude.
snake was trying' io shed
bis
The
skin.
"Help me off with this, will you?"
he said to a frog that happened to ba
passing.
The frog kindly complied with tlie
request, and presently the discarded
skin lay stretched along the ground.
"Now," observed the frog. "I suppose
yon will do.with that as I do with my
enstoff garments���eat lt."
"No." said the snake. "There is something better in sight."
Thereupon he ate the frog.
The moral of this, tny dears, is thnt
there is more than one kind of skin
fame, and soma kinds are meaner thsa
0Lber8_rChlc_ go Tribune. .__	
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brown eyes. He recognized hor powen ��� xlme,.we don't, want our subjects to
as a {strategist.    . lose'sight of the main question at 1s-
Miss Halloway laughed. "I won. but !iU0- "y��u ^v111 therefore say that the
I'woiild not have if you had not been a ! tax lcVJ' wil1 be llie S:Lmo a9 usunl flll(1
gentleman. Mamma und I ure' very i tljat prompt payment will bo osrpccted
pleased 'to meet you, even In this in
formal fashion."
,, Mrs. Halloway boomed uppn, thera.
'PoucO'and harmony were' essential li��
her scheme of things. ,
And. poucii- .and harmpny-~-and Mr,
from all. Thero���tho matter Is now
oft inj' mind, and tho country Is going
ahead toward renewed prosperity."
are not remedjied "wli will iSimngVto-tiiii! PnrkW-iittohdPd, hor and lier daughter
Qnind tonlshti   Rut don't wosry,   lyam
running this affair, and you can bit-on mo,
ARABELLA HALLOWAY.
''I think that will make things hot for
tho Great Enstorii,"' 8lio!-':s:iid triumphantly. She,did not hear t^o knock,at
tho door nor its noiseless opening. Her
mother's voice sta'Cned'hor,- ''Belle, here
Is Mr, Parker, hut remember"���
Mrs. Hiilloway's volco trailed off Into
beamed, Miss Halloway was radiant,
Mr. Parker was -assiduous���so assldu-
! ous, In fact,,that Thomas P, Halloway
' on his advent on tho uceno felt called
upon to Interfere. >
! Ht>.,dld' not hesitate, hut Mr. -rarkor
; spoko' first It Is a wny youth has. And
j/'lio'-'.dld not rafneo matters, IIo strueU
a deproctlu^slkmoe.- Mian ^Uowayi1^^^^ ..   ������-.'
..-..:. "!.    .-���..���    .  .   v. ..''' '"Mr, Halloway, I'love your dnugbtorj
���tmlghtoned up ^ln her chair with the
laudable prldo of'a Jud��o about' 16 'c6n-
for sentence .-.,
"Mr. Purkor," she snid impressively,
"I havo called you hero to'complain of
tho troatmmit to which wo huve boon..,,>
sho lovos mo, Wo aro going to'ho mar��
riod. Htivo wo your approval?"
"The mischief." 'ejaculated-tho ns-
founded T. P. IlnUowny. "Why, you're
nothing but n hotel clerk.  My dnu'gh.
I.UV   lI'VIUIMUIlt.   |U   Wllll'll    WU'ilUYV   OU��U...ifM-li  ���      ".���       ,     .   ,,    ,   , ,
suhjoctod by this Hotel;" She began do- 'i W�� - Wowls failed him.
\
Hberntoly enough, but.tho words: soon,;
tumhh'd over onch other-In her.vohe-
meneo, "How dure you." sho crt'od,
"how daro you put us Into this stuffy
back room, an eight dollar a day room,
when wo havo always been nt'customod
to ��n eighteen dollar suit? Do yon
know who wo niv-the Unllownys of
Chicago? Is not our, money us good as
or bettor than other people's?"
The cleric romulWHl sllont. And now
for the first lime Miss Ilollowny looked
up���fur np-nnd eneountored tho eoreuo
gaze of his brown eyes.
Mr. Parker, the clerk, wns tnll-un-
usually tall, Ilut It wns not merely his
Inches which gavo authority of bearing, it wae ins sen commence, Lu* mental polae. Ioliiliitfly Mi,sM IhiU-owty
of Chicago roallBt'd that hero wna ���
man who would always be the master
ef circumstances- no mutter how nd-
verso tho eontrlvlmrs of fnte. Her Judicial complacency vnniHlieii, nml Hiiauie,
bot cheeked and defiant, stood as a culprit nt th* bar, for a twlnklo lurked
In the cool depths of tho brown eyus as
he said easily:
"I can agree with you, Miss Hallo-
wny of Chicago, hut ou!y In part. Your
money Is as good ns that of other people, but no bettor, At the Great Eastern flr*t como must he first served, and
that." with * halt bow. "Is why we
bave been forced to give thli room tt
The king had asked for boiled ogga
for his ���breakfast, and us nono wero
forthcoming ho.throw his robe of stato
for-the noxt fow weeks. ���'Mi's.;iHalIp.why ! around him unci stalked Into tho room
'of his prime minister and thundered
���out:   ���,-; ���   . ..''..'
"By tho groat horn spoon, Muatapha
Muoholiand;'" but who is king of this
country, Jf you please"r" '
''You nrq, 0 ruler," was tho reply.
��� "Then l���waut.things my wny.   Two
.months ago I ordered you to mako
wnr on Abdul Sizar.    Why haven't
you done so?"      r ,
"Iiecauso'wo.lmvo no cash to fit out
an army, your majesty. I was going
to Fpoiil; to yon about It today."
"No cash In our treasury! What hns
become of It?"
"Yeu havo Ppont most of It Jn bunding golf links add backing bnsoball
clubs."
"S'dcnth! I ennnot bollcvo lt, Wocjts
and weeks ago I Issued a roynl proc-*
litniatlon con-imnndl'iig tho rebel leader,
l-'usspoor, to como" In uiul Hurrondor.
lias ho dono ��07"
"Well, hardly, Ho Issued a oeuntor
proclnmntloa telling your nuijotfty to
go to hades, Wo aro not strong enough
lo tnko him,"
"And I must bo Insulted on my owil
throno!. .Mustnpb.fy order In thvoo bnt-
llo.i of fhampiiKiio, for I nm thirsty."
"Wo havo none, your majesty."
"Then mnko lt clnrot."
"Wo havo no claret."
ur/.rmvd.' Tint em T n It tm? or n pup-
pot? Tnke twelve men with you and
visit tho bnnkor .Ilniroa aud bring buck
(sis sacks of gold."
"I'd ho glad to do so, 0 king, hut old
A Spelling Test.
If 3rou think you are well up In spoiling, J nst try to spell the words in the
following sentence: "It is agreeable to
���witness the unparalleled ecstasy of two
harassed peddlers endeavoring to gauge
the symmetry of two peeled pears,"���
Atchison Globe.
Mr. Tn riser was quito unmoved. "She
does not object." he paid easily, "Somo
day I shall own this hotel,,thon you
will not object,",
T, P. Halloway glared at him. "I
will," ho snorted, "And tho sooner you
tako yourself'off the better ,u will bo/'
"Tliere ts Hollo to be considered." Mr,
Pnrker Insinuated gently. "Sho u,suiilly
hns her own way,"-
T. P. Hollowny weakened v'Mbly,
"Yes! sho usually does," ho repeated
more calmly.
And tho matter of ber marriage
proved no exception to tho rule. She
did, And that Is how Miss IlnUowny
of Chicago became Mrs, TarUer of Now
Vork.
KtYccfJva War l'J�� <���*��<*.
The Into Count Von.Moltko was so
struck wltb tho foroo of the presentation of tho unattractive side of war by
Vereschngm that ho forbndo Oernwn
soldiers visiting tnat nrtuu u&luinuwu.
Coal Tnr Col an,
If a pound of coal is subjoctod to a
dry distillation and tho products nnd
residual treated chemically by tho proc.
ewes for obtaining the well known
coal tar color, it will yield enough, magenta to color SOO yards of flannel,
vermilion for ��'.r��<��0 yards, aurJn for
1'JO yards and alizarin suflicient for
185 yards of rod cloth,
BlK LlBht antl Little Lights.
The lights come out In the park
Just as quick as it gets dark.
They watch the sun, though, and wait
Till he goes through the western gat's,
I f.tney thoso little lights
Weuld ho mighty 'fraid o' nights
If he'd mnhe his trip short lived
And be back ere morn arrived.
I guess, then, they'd dwindle out,
As If they'd hec-n put to' rout,        :������������
And the great big sun on high '
Would shine there and wink hia ��ve, -,i
���Boston Traveler.
Jap Soldlora Wnrte to f.anil.*
Ono of iho big military feats of
���tho Japanese was tho landing on
tho Llao-tvmg I'milnsula. Owing' to
the boats not being nldo to approach
within 1,500 yards of tho shora tho
���(���mops had to plungo Into., tho. water
and wado to land.   They did this in
Mm'*** 4
r    vfJ\
THE ICS EXrHMUEXT.
stout cord. Then fasten a piece of fine
wire to the cord and lay tho wire
across the top of the ice, with the
weight pulling it from below..
Now watch tlie wire!
Pulled by the heavy weight below,
the wire will gradually cut its way (as
shown in the illustration) down, down,
down, through the cake of ice until at
last it will cut through and fall tp the
ground.
Does this leave the cake of ice in
two pieces as if cut witb a saw?
No; that is the wonderful part of
this experiment.   The ice ,was melted
by-the'passage~of-the-wirc��� (in-other *--
words, by the heavy pressure) and
froze again immediately, and the piece
of ice remained whole and entire.
Only a slight scar is left to show the
path followed by tho wire.
So this proves that ice actually melts
at several degrees under freezing pointy
���Philadelphia North American.
  !' '   ,
PERFECT ENGLISH.
__��� i
A Fen- Sentence* Tlmt Woro Written
l>y Abraham  Lincoln.
It Is not very well known that in
tho hall of one of the great colleges of
England thoro hangs a frame Inclosing
n few sentences of which Abraham
Lincoln Is the author. Thoy uro considered the best Mnglish that vas ever
written. You or 1 might rend thom
over and call thom very simple Indeed,
And thoy aro so simple that nny child
who reads at all can road and understand them; That Is ono thing thnt
makes thom great, It was hia being
simple nnd plain that mado Lincoln
himself great.
Now, here Is a llttlo paragraph by
/Lincoln which ho mado a rule of his
conduct, Supposo you try to write It
over nnd seo how much you can Improve it. Seo if each word Is Iho right
ono and try to Und a better word for
tho placo. Notice huw simple this ls,
All but two aro words of u single syN
lnlilc:
"I nm not bound to win, lint I nm
bound to bo true, I am not hound to
succeed, but I nm boiiiul lu liu> Up to
the light 1 have, I must stand wltli
anybody Unit stands r/j-Iit hduid with
lilm while ho Is right und pi'i't with
him when ho goon wrong."
JAP S0I.plBUS ViAPVi to urn
nplta of the bitter weather without
the least hesitation, and reached the
Bli ore without a single casualty. ii,ii*
illustration of tho ownt is tai"n
from a sketch by Mr, Frederic Vi'-
'Hers, tho special war artist of Tho
Illustrated London Nows.
A Sort of ,l(innli,
A lu.lll \\inj \\,i* ioiiti ^i ,.ii���-i.'c hiYii
to uuilu! il buss liddle, and after wirka
of patient work.he succeeded In com-
���IlmVoB got on to our gtimolong ago [ plettug   thc   Instrument.   When tho
nnd Md'virrt nnt with Ills cash."
"Then order my. amy to mnko n
forijy.into tho domains of King Ashnr,"
"You? liaVo no army, gracious sire."
"WTiW ��� Has It como to this? Thon
I Md* theo to go out and sell pnrt of my
horses,"
"You have nono to sell."
'Tlends nnd furies! nut am X to ho
thus answered'/ 1 command that nJl
(axes bo doubled for tho year"
"It will do no good, 0 rulN. as tho
hnppy. consummation had been readied
ho called in his wiiu to inspect i.u*
trophy of IiIh nklll, "It looks very woll
Indeed, George," nho said, "but Ih It
quito finished?" "Oh, nyo, there's
iij.ellilng niiilr to dao Us If noo," "And
where hnvo you put the gluo [iot?"
..."kid the e.ur,';;', v. '.Co, I1 !;'���.',:,* r-mud
at tho mess lie had made. John kuvo
a wild hhuiit, "Vnii, i ,;,,:,,;,;" la
cried, "it I ha'em' left it Jii^dc tho
!lddle."-Ltuid; n New*.
Going A-fl*li(iiiBr,
Chnlrs nro urranged as In "going to
Jerusalem," in two mwn back to back.
The number of chnlrs Is ono bhort of
lhe number of children,
Kncli child Is mimed after .some nrtl��
cla thnt ono would t.iku or huvo to do
with on n fishing trip.
Tho cliilU who is chonen or counted
out tells tho story of his ndveutures
when going n-flshlng, bringing In the
namo of onch player. As Ids nnmo Is
spoken unch child must rise and, tak��
Ing hold of tho dress or cont of tho
playor ahoad, foltow tho loador around
tho chnlrs,
Tho hue goes fiititur ami t'.inU r io.JJo
as tho hist player risen, thoy nro imining around the chairs.
When tho loader, tu tho courso of the
story, ciiIIh out that ho has a "bite" tho
lino breaks, all run for Bents, uml tno
plnyer left out must act ns story teller
tho next tlmo.-"Book of Children's
Turtles."
Hnfjlnw ffer Unlni-r,
The Typewriter You told tvi" you
Wero going to raise my salary hint
\mk, oh'. The r.u���.> I knuiv, and I
did raise It, lint 1 expect to hnvo ��
very hurd tlmo to raise It this week. \  mm'i.sm i mi t^L^a.x'^|\ar,^^,vlat'm���������vm��������� i v tmnrnw  ������wsa������������������w������  -Jim  *  " '"" "m  HWOTIIMI������W1^*'",,'"'i- -Jt '    "* *  JJRJHICIS'A^ITY   OF   THE    CITY  OF   CUMBBBkAJID.  Fire Protection By-Law 1904  VV/H.BREAS, it ia expedient to provide  lor the protection of property ho*n  fire, be it therefore ������nicled by the Municipal Council of the Cuy of Cumberland as  follows :���������  1st, That all stove pipes now in use projecting through the roof, or any part of a  building be removed.  2nd, No person shall erect, or cause to be  aroctod, any stove pipe or pipes projecting  through -iny part ol a building.  3rd, All chimneys built shall be subject  to the approval of the Fire Wardens aud  notice must be given to the Oity Cleik before any ehijpuey is erected.  4th, Any person or persons violating any  of the sections of this By-law shall be subject to the penalties of this By-law.  5th, Any person or persons guilty of an  infraction of any of the provisions of this  3y-law shall, upon conviction'before the  Mayor or any Justice or Justices of the  Peace for the City of Cumberland on oath  or affirmation of any creditable witness,  forfeit aud pay at tbe discretion of said  Mayor or Justice or Justices of the Peace,  oouvicting, a penalty not exceeding the sum  of fifty dollars, and not less, except for the  first offence, than the sum of five dollars for  each and every offence exclusive of costs,  and iu default of payment thereof, forthwith, it shall and may be lawful for the  Mayor or Justice or Justices of the Peace  convicting as aforesaid, to issue a warrant  under his hand and seal, or iu case the said  Mayor, Justice or Justices, or any two or  more of them are acting together therein,  then under the hand and seal of one of them,  to levy the *aid penalty and uosts, or costs  only, by uistress, and in case of no sufficient distrust; to satisfy the said peuahy aud  coats, it shall and may be lawful for the  Mayor, Justice or Justices, convicting as  aforesaid, to commit the offender orjofi'euders  to one of rlio Majesty's jiils with or with,  out hard labor, for any period not exceeding  six calendar months unless the penalty and  costs be sooner paid. '  Read first time, July 4th, 1904  ____Readjie_Dnd^^ime1 July 18th, 1904.  Re d third time, August l5A7W0TlT^r"  Reconsidered aud finally passed, August  }5th, 1904.  RICHARD SHORT, Mayor.  L. W. NUNNS, .;.M.U.  The above By-law will corne into force on  the flrat day of October, 1904  L. W. Nusns, CMC  Cumberland, B.C.,  8th day of September, 1904.  ., SMOKE.  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM"  A UNION MAW CIGAR  FROM   THE���������  Cuban Oigar Factory  M. J, BOOTH, Propnetoi,  NANAIMO, B.O,  St. Anns SCHOOL  QUAMICHAN,  B.C.  A, Boarding School for girls, with department for orphans, pleasantly located  at three miles from Duncans Station.  Primary and Preparatory English Couise.  Competent Instructors for J'iuno and  Needle-work, Cutting nnd Fining also  tnuglu, Board and Tuition, $9 a month.  For particulars, address-  <<>Y'   or  ���������til.  SISTER SUPERIOR,  Tzoulmlcm P. O,  iMJl.'l  FOR  SALE,  180 Ao���������!rowii Brant Land  On VALDEZ ISLAND,  100 acres in GraeR Picture, aoout  lOacreH in Wimiiaw,  House,  Burn,  Stable,  and other  Outhouses,  50 FRUIT TRI5ES in   BUARINtf  ''  '""���������    *9* t'������i>' '*"��������� m������'*m^* ���������"������������������'  ���������������  mphiii������������wi ' ���������-������������������*  Well watered by a creek ; 2 miles  from Wharf,  having eemi-weekly  tUamcr   call a   from    Vnnmnvrr.  18  HEAD POOP BTOOK, ftp., &o,  APPhV THI8 OPPIOH.  I.   O.   F.  POURT DOMINO,   3518, moots  th* lost Monday in tho month  In the K-of P. Hall.  Visiting Brethren invited.  Ean_i_jligar factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST  ON  EAKTH.  Mauofactured by  P  GABLE & CO., NANAIMO, B.O.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASH  CANDY, FRUITS.  CIGARS & TOBAOCOti.  Campbells'   BAKERY.  .jMimnwi  "M    ������   ��������� '������������������* .  A Fine Selection of OAKES always  on hand.  FRESH BREAD every day.  Orders for SPEOIAL OABJES promptly attended to.  Msnrair Avenue,  Cumberland.  CH. TARBELL.  High Grade Stoves  ftnd all Kitchen Requirements  SPORTSMEN8 GOODS  '      Jk GENERAL HARDWARE  Wa^erly Hotel  Firat-Clasu Accommodation  .. ..at Reasonable Bate*...  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS,  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  Union  Hotel  SJL^v������"CrEI���������,  C.   ID-&/VXS,   'Piaopaa.iSTOR  English 4 x BURTON always oa tap; also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS-ADheD������er, Bohemian. Sohlitz, 4c. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding aad Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mur  Davie, will be found Firat class in every reapeet.  BATES,  ��������� ������ e ���������  $l.oo per day upwards.  *KPWP������(F  M������aM*>iaP������P*W"nN''*nPI  TRADrc MARKS*  OVStCNS,  COPYRIGHTS Ao.  Anyone sending n sietch aii(! t(ppct)ji<lnn may  quickly BscertnUi, froe, whether on invention. in  probably pivtoiil.i-.bla. Cocuinunte&MflBS ptrtutly  confldantie], Oliiost nKoncy forsBcuWnKjxitoatB  Id Amitrisa,   Wa liijve a Washington pffica.  Patent* l*5������������ tUwimta Mw A Co. receive  Ksgglal woWce. \n the  8ClOTFje AFRICAN,  beautifully ��������� illustrated, largest circulation ot  nny scientific 'journal, weekly, terms $3.(10 n year i  fl.a0slx months    Speclionn copies and Hahd  BOOH ON 1-ATKNTr  f; r\    VldVl'Bj  When iu Cumberland  STAY AT THE..........  VE Ni) OME.  tW   All CoMVBNiBUCKg fob Gusoth.  Tuk Bar is Supplied with  Best Liquors and Cigars  R. S. ROBESTSON.  NANAIMO,   BO.  The yearly return of the Bock Beer season is   of interestJto lhe  brewer as well as the public, and the  UNION BOCK BEER POR 1904.  Will again show that special care haa been taken in the manufacture of the aapeaior  article.    The Union Brewing Co.'s Bock haa been breweed for a number of moqthr  and stored in their famous cellars until it haa reached the proper age, and ia now  ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HOTELS.  E,  EMDE,  3rd 8t��������� ^ Oumberiand  H^  'JMIK ADVANTAGE tlio public  bus in purchasing wbere tliey  livo is tboy mo llie artiole and aro  not disappointed as when sending  nway.  P. Stoddart,  Watchmaker   and    Jeweler,  sells goods at Eastern Prices and  h&B a nice stook to seleot from.  EVERYTHING in SOLID GOLD  All purohiwes engraved  ,,., fre������ of charge ,,..  r [r|| ,|t__jni 1 hi -' """ "* ������������������      I.��������� I.���������IM  P. STODDART,  Dunsmuir Avk., Cumberland.  ���������W  tJNDER~������0UR-FO0Tr  ***  J*  OLE leather, or apology���������which ?  ���������Gin }rou tell from appearances ?  Good grade of upper leather���������shoe fits  well,���������-cmart,���������stylish I  But how about vitality���������flexibility��������� shape  retention���������continued satisfaction ?  Is the sole of tough, close textured, long  fibred leather, which holds the stitches like wax,  repels water, bends like buckskin, and wears to the thinness of a  wafer without breaking ?  Or���������is it short grained as linoleum, brittle and stiff like cardboard, without cling to the stitches, and with a chronic thirst ior  watciy like blotting paper ?  How do you know which kind of sole leather is in the shoe,  under the finishT  How can you hold the Manufacturer responsible for it���������or for  value,���������if the Dealer, not he, regulates the price ?  There are shoes made to sell merely, and shoes made to wean  The Slater Shoe Makers Tare not rob the covered up sole of  The Slater Shoe, to give an extra selling effect to the visiblesnoe  upper, because their brand, and price, pledges certain fixed values,  from which there is no hedging.  The limit of the Makers' direct responsibility is clearly stated  ������������������viz t���������their own prices, $4.00 and $5.00���������stamped on the soles  by themselves, ''.*'  Every pair Goodyear Welted, and the trade mark js a slate frame*  "The Slater Shoe  Pf  'tiWit  Sole Local Agent STANLEY H, RIGGS.  mwmtm  Now to IU IJlh Yew x  The hading mlntm? periodical of the  .osld, wuhir.* itrci ,:<r.t editorial slut  of Any twhnlal publication,  Subisrtptlen $5,00 a y*ir (tnehidlni  ..Th*   lovattauar.i Pacing Coaut  Mm** toff������th������r, J6 00. _   , .  Samp!������ coplei, fro*. Send for Dook  Caitlntrut.  Tm* Ehcihippimo ������r.d M'Hijin Jourhai.  261 Broadway. New York  ;;i;;r-;;;;;;;zK;i������^  :       WILLIAMS BROS,       j  jLiverv Stable;  ��������� TraMSTBRS AND DlUYMKN    j  ;   Single and Doublk nics   ;  ��������� koh HuiK.    All OuiiKiia   ���������  ;   Promptly Attendkd to.   ���������  I Third St., Cumberland,BC.  HARNESS  tlf WILLARD f������ praprri te  vv������ fltUuyOrdflriforFioeor  ilMvy Uuhh, a\ iliort Boll*.  W1LUKD BLOCK,     Cumberland, r'jJ ->.  TM .CUaBERLAND HEWS." JUSTIFIED IN  Tho I iii <}:���������������>:ln Tree  Tlie umbri'lhi iree is found in Ceylon  in greater prolusion that) anywhere  else in tlie world. As n mutter of scientific fact, these trees ^row to their  greatest height nml attain to their  greatest size, in very. wot. rainy countries. This growth frequently is due  to the fact that the tree requires a  great deal of moisture and not because  it is needed to keep off the rain. The  tree forms so complete nn umbrella  that a number of persons might take  shelter under ita spreading -brunches.  The folliige Is. as ii rule, so thick that lt  pern** to keep off the rain almost perfectly even In u heavy downpour.  The King of  Kor on.  Only the king of Korea may rear  goats or- linVv round columns und  square rafters to his house or wear a  coat of brilliant red. Only the king  may look upon the faces of the queen's  hundreds of attendant ladles or hnve  any building outside ol which there are  more than three" steps. Pour steps  would he "high treason and would cost  thoir owner a traitor's death.  Puninlunciit,  Xaggiis���������XVZai nre yon going to do  with the hero and heroine of that  magazine storjvyou nre running now?  Marry.them? Horns���������Certainly. They  will be married in the last chapter.  Naggus��������� I'm glad of It. It will serve  them right!���������Chicago Tribune.  Why J. J. Perkins Owes his Life  to Dodd's Kidney Pills.  j    Ar.io'.noMles mado i'or  the Gormen :    I'.j.nk i-ecord:- show sni^.e surprising  army haul   livo   to   eight-ton   loads , things about "good" hsvn.  j through hilly country,  A scientist savs that u man's body  is fully 9n per cont. water. Ui course  this percent acre doesn't wpply lo a  Kontuckv man.  j P.>n:<'..> ni',> norcr <-o careless as  ��������� when they have a big lot u"' c-.-spli/S-  ! ives around.  A BLANKET INSULT.  i  Dnri'f Liniment Cures Distemfer.  Clocks   have, been   put inside   the  .trains in Cracow for the .convenience  of the public.  Dootor Had Glveu  IIIm up anil lie  was  |       Hopeless    nnd    Destitute    tWoi-a    ths.  Great   Ciuunllan   Kidney   lieuiedy  put  j       Him ou His Feet.  j Tyndall, Man., Aug. 8.���������(Special.)  ���������When a man. has had kidney di-  I scaso; when tho doctor has given him  ��������� up; when 'that man takes Dodd's  Kidnoy Pills, begins at once to recover and is soon a well man, that  man is surely in a position to say  that Dodd's Kidney Pills saved his  life.  That is tho experience of Mr. J.  .7. Perkins of this plnco. Speaking  of his case Mr, Perkins says:���������  "For two years I was troubled  with my kidneys, nnd at last became  so bad that the doctor, who was attending me gave mo up and said I  was incurable.  "I continued to grow worse. I was  unablo to work, and was becoming  destitute .when to plea so a friend I  tried Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "The first box did mo so much  good I felt liko a new man, and after taking five boxes 1 was completely cured."  Dodd's Kidney Tills cure tho kidneys, and cured kidneys cure Dropsy,  Rheumatism, Heart Disease and all  other diseases resulting from impure blood.  ��������� - i ������������������  , A franchl-su   una   ijc^ii    ^ranted   to  build an electric road from   Merced, i  Cal., along   .the   Merced   River into |  the Yosemito   Valley    to   reach   the  Yoseinite National  Park.  Thore is more Catan-h In this section of the  . country than all other diseases put together,  and until the last lew years was supposed to be  Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a-local disease and pi-escribed local  remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with  local.treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional  disease and therefore requires constitutional  treatment. Hall's Catan-h Cure, manufactured  by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only  constitutional cure cjn the market, it ls taken  internally In doses from 10 drops to a tcaspoon-  ������)Xl.:- It acts directly on the blood and mucous  -������������������uffases-of. the system, They, offer.Qno Hundred ..Dollars'for any ca'ss lt fails'to ou>e", ��������� Send  for circulars and" testimonials.' Address  P.',T.-CHENEY & CO., Toledo;O.  Sold by all druggists, 75c.  "Hairs*Family-Pills-are-the-best; ���������-   An .expert is   a^ man   who doesn't  get confused whon'cross-oxaiuine'd'.  A MAUIO 1MLL.���������!>yK|X3psia is a foe  with, which men are constantly grappling I'Ut cannot exterminate." Subdued,  unci to all uppeuitiiifcs \ unquisdied in  one', it mukes its, appearance in another  direction. In many the digestive apparatus is ua delicate as the mechanism of  j ;i ������-iiii-h or sc-ieiitiiUMnst.nimi-nt in which  f even a -breath of air'.will make n variation. With tju'en, pet'i-ou.s disorder;, of the  stomach-', ensue.-.' from the most tmial  causes, 'and cause, much suffering. .To  these Parmelee's Vegetable IMUs are recommended as. mild ami sure.  . The discovery ol Shoelityin British  ���������"Columbia.' recalls tlie statement, made  KOinci   time   apift   that every mineral  substance in the world is represented  ��������� in tlin't Province.     :' -���������    ���������'  Twas' cured   of painful Cioit.ro by-  M'lX'AUIVS  JLrXIMKN.T.     -  B-YARD. McMULLlX. "  ��������� Clfnthiym, Ont. -��������� -'    '  ������'  1  was cured , of    InfliuimmtUm   by  M1NAKIVS  LINIMENT.  MIIS. W...VY.  .JOHNSON. '  Walsh, Out.  .1, was cured of [-'acini Neuralgia by  MJNAUIVS   1.LN1MENT.  '     ", - .1.  II.  UAUiKY.  J'arksdale, (ml.  YVIh-ii you give u dollar, present   to  .  a   friend   dmi't    butt   your   I'eelings  ngaln.-i  a wall   hy   asking    him   to  guess; lie will say 7,">, c'ehis,  ...KtoarW Liniment Cures Garget m Cows.- -'  * ' _. *..  :..      ,n       I  It in a '('piwtlon which troubles a  ���������wonmn # the   more    through; life���������her  " heart strings or ^orset si rings.  -:     A heailnehuiiuiylv" rollt'vufl liy-t'Ukl-  1 ing a littlo li'iuu/i juico ,to your tea.  iii,sieti(l-uf milk, , ,..,,���������  Ur. .1. 1), Ki'lloKK'tf.l\vsiintui'y Cordial  is ii tpei/n.v ci������ri< ,ior n.yseiiU't'y, dairi'-  liiien, choiera, miiiiintir complaint, ;H*������H  .-.iw.-lnit.-J->.-    ,mil    cui.ijilututs     inciili'iiliil      to  ' children icethlnj.'. .11 wives liiuuoilhiU' re-  II of Id thoseMilU'i'Jng Tl'oi.i' lhe clierts -or  im Im I'etii.n    lu   1'iiUni; unripe fvuli.   rii-  '   cii|)ih,'i>   utc.   it. a'cis with wowleriul ra-  '���������'   plilltv mud  never htlin;������������������to,,  conquer    Uio  dUcnsei.    No nm- need ..fear*. < holern if they  hu\c  >i   hit He' of   Il.l.i   medicine  conven-  " i"l)1, : ���������; '���������'' L  ,���������    ' Jlt'iiil UK'ii pay "po U"*-''^!' Mil*.  A WJt-.ci'Viisirt Jml/i'!' ilectiiriiil void* n  I'o'utrael   ludwei n' n...lahor  iinioii  und  ll'-'JlHl|--|i,V" IVh'Ifll   I III'   III It I'l"  llUl'dl'll   III  wnploy no-'" '-"t  "' ���������" ;"   rUint'ii.  :    Tlio Dead Sort,  Thoro arc no fl#lipjjj lu tlio pond uoa  ���������'no llfo of nny lilndl Tlio porcontago  ot BolldB In tlio wntor Ib onoriiiouu���������  nliout 20 per cent. Tho principal solid  tiijjroillentH Itro tlio clilorhlos of sodium, "iiHurnfislum"' and cnlelmn. Tim  deepest part of tlio Dontl son's hod ilea  The house in Rnleijih. 'X. C,"whore  7'rtsideiit'Ancirew-Johfison' y.'as born  ���������ht^^lwjan^rpuiichasod���������by���������thc-I^tloloiuaL  l>ames: aiid will lie filled up- as a  'i'rejjldential-niuseum. .  i.cver'.'-j , Y-/. l (Wise'*Mcafl) Disinfectant  Soap l*o\vdei- is better .than- other i>0\\-  de:-.s'.- as' it, is ,both u^iap ami disinfectant'.    ..   '        '   '       ' '���������    ' "        ��������� "    :m  Thu llriti'sh. Adini.raU.yv lias just,'is-,  sued n- compilation," 'Uf .'statistics'  showintf .that the iVn vy' of'l^ii^lancl--is  built and maiiifuiljwl n't' a lower-rate  of cost in proportion-tb-the..j,'<'fectiYe-  ness of]' its fiRhting st.i'ensth than  thnt of.ai^- ^'V'" ''"''-"  ' > power..  It is worth to cents to clear your house of  flies, and. ono puckct of Wilson's Fly Pad������  will do it.   ��������� "      ...  lt Was the Cause of tlie Recent Ven-  eznelim llevoliition.  "The Mntos revolution, ended in Yen-  ezuela by President Castro's victory at  Ciudad Bolivar, cost the lives of thousands of men, indirectly caused an international blockade of Yenezuela and  nearly ruined the country," said an  American who recently returned from  Caracas. "And what do you thiuk it  was caused by? Simply a blanket.  "Matos was the greatest capitalist In  tbe country, the merchant' _ rlnce of  Caracas, a pompous old gentleman, to  whom everybody bowed and scraped.  He helped to mnke Castro president,  but directly Castro was firmly seated  In power Matos among other rich men  was faced witb a demand for a heavy  'assessment' to pay the victorious soldiers.  "He refused; and Castro promptly  sent a file of soldiers to drag him to  jail. Castro has a fondness for rough  practical jokes, and be told the officer  in command to seize Matos in bed and  bring him through the streets at night  clad only in a blanket. This order was  carried out. - The merchant prince offered thousands of bolivars for a pair  of pants and a jacket, but ih vain.  The humiliation was terrible, for all  the rabble of the town guyed him.  "After he had languished in jail for  awhile Matos wrote to Castro, saying  that lie now saw his duty to the nation  ih a clearer light andvwpuld bo glad to  pay the assessment. Castro replied  cordially, but regretted that the necessities of the government had increased  in the meanwhile,' and he was now  desolated by having to ask for .double  the amount.  ,"Matos paid and then promptly left  the country and organized a revolution  with the aid of his "great wealth. He  has told his friends that he would have  pardoned the 'holdup,' for capitalists  nre used to thai sort of thing in countries lite Yenezuela. but he could not  forget the blariket.-"--Exchange.  . fl Has liet;-n ' <lt'mu,u-ai\iied ne;nin  that you cannot treat'wiih contempt  that whicli human experience has  tiiiin'ht. to be true.  Minard's Liniment Cures DipMliGrla,  As fast  as some men make opportunities nl hers grab thein,  Iio sure   you're   wrunw; then back  up.  The iiifn,,, rebelling because they  are' not '-pictured .,������������.-��������� J'Tadonuus,., are  Ix'H'Iniiing- to - hnve their pictures  tti ken with tho'hnby,. leaving the mother nf 'home,  '   There la only one genuine Fly Pod) that's  YVllBcui's.   Avoid poor Imitations.  !'"ai'-';iill,iiH', . ^ id',. <.-,.,'... line-,' nnd  ebcU-n^iifiniv havo one by One been  pill down by law, but we still nl-  'I >w people lo 'plnct' llli"ii' lives in  Jeopardy I'or the delectntion ol' >;cn-  salion-ltivinii' specialui'K,  A MKIillV IIHAIIT IIOK.S A 1,1, TIIK  l'.YS',>~lliit .line t-iiiiiuil have n merry  iii'iirl It' lie hnn im hi In Hiu lmr-f< ,', or h  i'iimI with n nu-lilim' eomrb, To he inei'vy  "iii- iiiia*i he well nml iree. from iirlifN  ninl |niihi',, , Pr, Tliuuiai'' I'liitf i'h' "ii  will relieve all imliiH, ripixi-iiliu' nr oilier-  v.l-io, nnil fur llie Kpi-eily I renl Himil , nf  "-Ms iiii'l emit.'I'iH H in ii wplendli! meill-  cine,    ��������� ���������  ,   ,       M     ,      t    ii n     > %  % t   :  .,lfuil  (ll,  UCiUO    Uii,   <(,,!.*   vi    ��������� ..,..,,    | ���������������������������.��������� ^.,.  "Ab, prol'eMHoi'," eNeliiininil ,i he eon-  ei'lu-il youii|.>' nuin, "I wish I knew  ni-i 11',������ic ii ns you do,". "Ynu would  know more llivin i." vi'plled tl|e  crusty old professor, "If yon only  i'liev ns much ns you think you  know."  Utii'itl'.r.iti, I'.'- (leplh llifve '.". 1 "in feet.  Odilly ui'ioiii-lj, Jt lui������ n cloud r.yetom  of Its own. Cor ono mny froqtiontly boo  doml bunks lying ovor the iK-nd uoa  which nro MO or 700 fret liolow tlio  lilt tlio Nnil on thn llen.l.  "So my tliumhter referreil yuu lo me,  ohl Well, 1 hnrdly upiU'i'sinnd It. Hlio  never consults mo except lu u ilunuclul  wn,v."  "Well���������������Ii���������������lr, tbat'* Just IU"  Kindlier la grctiU'r tluinMawn, nrii  tlio chnrltiw of Ufe'itr������ moro tliun nil  cvrouionicti.���������Tiilwud,  Su-ttitzxcv  Whocping Cough  Tho olilldron ������i������oin to catch whpoplnff  i'.ui!!;.U'ivMlly in iliiiKiimiiiei'ilni - '-���������hen il  ... .........^ ...., ... Hv4> ..������.*.. ^ .  VV fcj       ��������� ��������� ,  v..  Shilofo's'  Cure T.n:c,:n>i  will euro thom quickly.   There In no  InliirldiM fli-iip In It nml It U plnaMint  U) U!."i).  At fell Uruf jliti, 85a, BOc. and (1,00 a bottls.    i'd  ..     .,.   ; .   PiekiiiS Cotton.  "-Rea'piflg^the-whent-a-liandful-at-a-  time would be on a par with the present method of gathering our immense  cotton crops. ���������     ���������    ;  Did.the reader ever think-what it  moans to pick out one of our 10,000,000  bale, crops of cotton? Did you ever  s.top'to think that at-least 15,000,000.-  OO'O poilnds'bf. raw cotton must be picked Irom the-boll's by hand? That is an  almofct'-incalculnble amount, yot that is  what- the crop,.; means a���������1 vvhtxt the  manual labor Is that gets it out a lock  at a,time. Tho limits of our cotton crop  (ire to a groat extent fixed by the ability to got it out' and retuly for market,  not only to get it ready'in time, but tb  get as much of it out as possible during good wenthor before the cold and  wot of winter Injure the staple nnd interfere with the work of picking it out.  But wo aro persuaded that a successful machine would not prove an unmixed blessing for this section or for  tho  farmers geuerally. ��������� Montgomery;  Advertiser.  ��������� <- .-' .���������  Canada'*,Greatest Pome,  The 'largest dome of tho Gunstavlno  typo la tlio world is being completed  on the new building, of the Bank of  Montreal, In St. Jnmos street. So direful wore the directors in nwai'dlng the  contract that tliey stipulated tlio lm<  portutlou of SpnnlaU laborers ospoclnlly  for tho job. Tho domo.ls the llrst of ita  kind to bo built In Canada, its iiwhlo  din motor Is seventy-one nnd ono-hnlf  foot. Thero la no stool construction to  ���������Upport tlio nrehed roof, tho lllo In uso  being hand burned term cot In an Inch  thick, laid Jn cement, Tlio entire urea  of tlio bank's superstructure will bo  about 8,001) Hijunro foot; The skylight  In tho top will bo 100 foot from tlio  iiiiiln lloor of tho rotunda, which Is np-  pj'oncliod by it pnssiitfowiiy thirty-four  foot wldo ninl thlrty-llvo feot IjIbh. The  building ls planned to be one of the tin*  est banks lu tbo world, - Now York  Times,  IrrSffintlpn.  The progress Unit hns been made In  Irrigated Mictions in tlio west undor  private enterprise, where valueless  (lesorjs hnvo been converted Into vcr-  Itablfi gnrilen spots, hi the bust possible  ovldeiieo tb'nt iiinnll fnnus and u ilenso  mrul population, rcHultlug lu unusual  r,<iiH'fitin������vil mid lAclnl nilvntitnixes, are  most doHivnbh) not only for tho farmer, but for nllohiHses of society, Theso  irrigated communities, too, nro object  1'issoim of whnt wo may look for ou a  larger and broader nealo whon Undo  v--ot t,)v,*\\ b:wo Inrned wnter on tho  gvx*at tracts of desert land under tlio  national Irrigation net, - MnxwoH'g  Tnllsumu. /  IIIa LutehUtoy,  First Mntron-I nra told tlmt you nl-  low your luuiband to curry a Jatohkoj*.  Second Mntron-Yes, but It does not flt  iho dour, I Jiut ht hii.i carry it to  humor him. Me likes to show It to Ills  friends nnd mnko them think tbnt be  Is Independent.  ED IT.  C&caiass He Knew of Scores of Severe  Oases of Piles ihat were Positively Cured by  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  The writer of thc letter quoted below suffered dreadfully from itching  protruding piles for six years.  Liko hosts of others, ho was only  disappointed with tho many treatments he tried, until his druggist  told him of what Dr.- Chase's Ointment was accomplishing as a cure  for this wretched ailment.  Mr. G. W. Cornell, who is with the  Shaw Milling Company, St. Catharines, Ont~, writes: "In justice to suffering humanity I write to tell you  of the world of good I obtained from  the use of Dr. Chaso'n Ointment. For  about six years I wai the victim o!������  itching and protruding piles and was j  in dreadful agony day and night.  Doctors were unable to help me and '  1 could get nothing to relieve the  suffering.   I ��������� was about as miserable y  a creature as was to be found en-the  face of the earth.  ,"Or.e dny my drup-gist, Mr. A. J.  Greenwood, advised me to try Dr.  Chase's Ointment, which I did, and  obtained relief from the first box and  completo curo with the second. My  trouble was caused by heavy lifting,  and I consider that Dr. Chase's Ointment would be cheap at fifty dollars  a box, in view of the good that it  did for' me. A feeling of sympathy  for others similarly affected prompts  me to give this testimony."  Dr. Chaso's Ointment, 60 cents- .a  box, at all dealers, or .Edmanson,  Bates & Company, Toronto. To protect you against imitations the portrait and . Signature of Dr. A. W.  Chase, the famous receipt book author, are on every box.  J*.x*w>  You   Dulldlne T     If ������o,   ���������amm*  EDDY'S IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING  Tttam m&<  lulldine  st������*������tr Made.  It ii x.rr much ttronc������r end thicker than any other (tarred er b������lld-  Inf) paper. It ls impervious to wind, keeps out cold, keecs tn heat, car-  riee no smell qt odor, absorbs no moisture. Imparts no taste or flavor to  anything with which it comes ln contact. It Is largely used not onlv for  ���������heating: houses, but for lining cold storage buildings, refrigerutori_"*__*  les, ���������roamerles, and ah places where t,he object is to keep an "  valforu temperature,  and at the same tlm���������������voiding d��������������� -��������� '*���������  Writ* our Agents ���������tcSi * PERSSE, Winnipeg, for samplts.  Tne E. B. EDDY CO., Limited, HULL.  lEARMEES_will_find it to their advantage to consign their- G-UAIX to  ROBERT MUIR & CO., Winnipeg  WHO pay highest prices and make prompt retnrns. Advances made on  consignments. Correspondence solicited. Established 1886. Reference-  Union Bank of Canada. ; '   Vaccination is now compulsory in  France during thu first year of life  and'revaccination during tho eleventh  and tweuty-firgt voit^.  The Cheapest Fly Killers made are Wilson's Pads und they aro eold ovciywhoie.  Bewaro of imitations,  Odicinl figures compiled nnd revised by the Kew Vork city police  fixed' tho number killed in tho Cion-  eral Slocum disaster at J..02U.  Them never wns and novor will be n  universal imnacoa, in ono remedy lot  all ills tn which flesh is heir-ihe very  nature of many curatives being such,  Unit wero tho germs of other nnd tlllfer-  ently Hen ted dlfieusos rooted in the system' of tho patient���������whnt would rolleve  ono ill in lum would nssravate th������  niher Wo have, ������������������however,* in. Quinine  WinC when obtainable in sound, limulul-  torn ted stnto,- n romody. fur many ami  grievous ills, lly its gradual und Judicious vise the frailest systems. nro led  iuto eonvnWwnice nnd strength by' the  inlUieneo which Quinine exerts on nature's own restornlives, It relieves the  drooping* spirits of those, with whom, n  chronic state of morbid despondency mid  look'of intwt in life |j< n disease,' anil  hy tnviK|iilll/.ing tho nerves, disposes to  sound nnd refreshing sleep���������Impm-tH vigor lo lhe * net ion of the hlood. which,  being stimulated,1* courses ' through the  veins, Ktrcngllieiilug the iieiillliy nnlinni  functions of tho system, thereby nuvUlng  activity a nececsngy restiM, strengih-  '���������nine- (he friiiiin (in,l flv.'t'ir \l?t- to tbn  digestive nrgniiH which naturally do-  nuind Increased siibstanco���������result im-  iw.ivcd nir|K<flt(;, \(-.rt'lirciii .*;��������� l.vtunn of  'I'oronio have given to the public their  Hiimirior (jnlnlne 1\|ik< ut ihe usual rule  "������'l. K'i"ured by lhe onlnlon of Helen-  Usis, thn wliu' niiproaches neurest perfection nf any In the iniciaM, ' " ���������  glsls /tell ll,  per-  .Alt drug-  Till' liuiiiniis Iind iit pul of bniiii-  dnrlfs, 'I'l'i'inlinis, I-I is" Htntiio Wns n  pos! Hi'l iii Hn1 ui'ouud iu iiinrlv ilu'  limits (if fli'biw       _____  It pays to buy tlw boat, and Wllwn's Ply  Puds uro tho hot (Iv killon mado,'  Wh'.'���������.(.iliu, did van mu il tlmt b-t ���������  ter I gnvo you litis mornlii,u? |hi>,-  biind���������Of Course I did, W'ii'i'���������How  fii'oycikinu'! I Wfintcd to niid n post-  script, Husband (prmliichitf (h������. l.-i-  torj���������Wcll. her.' It is. Why didh'i  you tell mo thill "In Hip fii'si  pbin','  wm mn and  liuitiAM PILLS  TXXt: UHKAX UXOLXSU KKIUCKUY.  TESTIMONIAL from tho late SIR SAMUEL BAKEH, tho famous Nile Explorer.  "Newton Abbot, Uovon. Dear Slr���������������I  have delayed my thanks as I wished to  test the effect of Blair's rills by a suflicient interval of time.  "For ten yeara I had euflerftd acutely  from Gout aod life had lost its attraction owing to the uncertainty of health  and sudden visitations of the enemy  which prostrated me for montlis, or weeks  according to tho virulence of tho attacks  "Blulr'o Pills have ronderod me immense  servico, as I no longer tear an attack  of Gout.  "For the . last twenty months I have  been comparatively froo, as one or two  attemptod visitations have been immediately atamuod out by tbe assistance ot  Blair's Pills.  "Truly yours (Signed! Sami. W.Baker.  Lyman Sons & Uo., Mcntroal'and Tor*  onto; The Hole Drug Co., Winnipeg; and  Martin, Bole it Wynne Co., Winnipeg,  ��������� Sine* Jfi<1(i lhe world's production  of moat has been incrcnsi'il ,">" per  cent and grain 'l.-2(.i per cent,  Minard's LiBiuicnt Cfnres Colds, Etc.  *     , ,��������� ,Lii,i,i ,i   I,      .  llciv l>< u'linf huppi'ii* whon you In-  vile a friend tn supper to proudly  show thu first rndisht's froui youi'  Kurdi.'ii: "Why, thm'h imfhii^," iju  will sny, "I hnd rudishes irom my  Kurucii | wo wi'i'k.s uko,"  TMKV Xf'.VKi: KN'I'.W f.\ ll.rHK.-  I'loi-iiil olisi'i'vullon of ihe elVects of  I'.itiNcb-o'M S'cgetubic l'ills bas shown  thut liny net liiimctilately on the (li-  sen, ed oigtiiiH of llie system mid Ktlnili-.  lair iiii.ii lo hen 11 by luiiuit, 'I'licrr may  lie i'iim'k lu which thr ilii-rHi'.c haa lufun  linn' seiiud and doe*������ imt i-iit.|ly y'it-ld to  me'liclne. but even In sucl' (iises tbei-e  Pills hnvn been known In In ing relief  ulien  all  other so-c,illci|     fenicilb'S   have  fnHeil      "rie".|i   iimi'I'I loi t,   inn   |���������.   silbsuiil-  timed bv many who have lived lluvpilU.  and n.eilical men ,-i.e.U blghly of liteir  (lllnlilles,  !    "Of  course,"    i".i;.irl-:ed    Hn-    vrry  younu' mnn  who l;nov,s il  nil,  ;\  v.'u-  , mun's   'no'    nlwnys   incuns    'yes',"  ... i   i ,,    ,       "...i'i    11 '  ,  ' " Mb   11,,>   ,.��������� >t,-  1v-.lv   'Mail   Tin  vl"l-l  lien"  to   tell  you   thnl   lier  'yes' ni'vi'i'  ineiiilH  'no.' "  A bunhcl df (Ilea Imvo nctunlly bean killed  by oijc pimlft't of Wliacn'R Ply I'lids,  No  ,l          it      ,  -i                                        -.i   iO;i i  v,,.^*  ,.^   ,������������,. v .   s    ... i * .    ........  *,  "Oh,    s1 ;ti.-:i.!"     <���������'*'   ii    ,!i ���������    ie .'.,.h!.o:"-:,  ' 'I '���������(���������'������'    |i'l' .Villi."   I'-,' '!1 ' '.,'  Vihnt   Im nu?   Tho poor widow  won  Idl'li'lV.  There   are   verv few   deans   _..,-,  ��������� ������.w.w    ������,V    y e..������������i^������ I*i>'' ",,ui'i lil1'   l'11"1" " ���������"' '''������������������".   nnd  Ing operations In which Sunllsw.       ,-���������,  Soap cannot be  used to ndvant.!   t'*im v.-ns u..imt ���������.!������.. \-.\%t������i\ i;-.v.: only.  age,   It makes the home bright ��������� gjL'.-jggm .-gstM! ajsl-*****  and dean, io \    v^  w   u  Mo   *������3 ��������� Zfiy,  ry* ,''."Tr  gaaaKssutMrt**!*^  Hill ||        ���������������������������^���������������������������������.  MW'IWUIIlWWIPHI    'UMl ���������������������������'lllllHf*llWM������lBW|yi������*W  ��������� ������WI^HIIPWWM1'"  ISS0EDEVKRY TUESDAY,  ^cription  .....  .....$2oo a year,  m. 'JB. anoerson. fl&GV-  "^"Advertiserswho want tbeir ad  ganged, should set copy in hy  9 g,.m. day before issup  ,   Tbje^i^f wiU'BOtber?B,?on8iWe,ortbe  views.'eentimentfl, or auy errors of oomyoai-  tjott of letter eorrcsyondents.  fob Work Strictly C. O. D.  Tr msient Ads Cash in Advance.  From advices received it is the*  intention to bring on the elections  on November 3rd.    There "i*, now,  not a moment to be lost.   In every  constituency where a candidate has  not been nominated a convention  should be held forthwith and the  standard tearer selected.   Mr Borden will probably be our next Premier.   A "man of remarkable talent  ripe business experience, who has  pride in his own country, a true  Canadian in everv sense   of   the  word, and from whom no mean,  racial'��������� appeals "are likely to come.  From present appearances Brili>h  Columbia  svill reject   the Liht ral  party as emphatically as did the  Province of Manitoba.   There are ft  few Liberal candidates who will be  elected;on local considerations, but  they;are very few.    The number < f  men  to  whom  the": Liberals- can  point as certain winners is limited  in  the extreme.     The number of  men to whoin the Conservatives can  ^int as certain winners give them  a cleai mn^ritv of the next legislature.     Thp pession 01 aie late no  opinion Parliament haa been conspicuous for two things--the pas*  ing~6f "iter G"and"-l!rmi k���������Pauific  Railway , bills, and the enormous  estimates, which are the largest in  the',histpr.y of, Canada..    With approximately $63,000,000   of main  estimates and $12,000,000 of supplementary estimates the aggiejiate  haa reached the staggering figure of  #75,000,000,      When   the   Grand  Trunk Paoific is fully under way  the liabilities of the country will  have increased $10,000,000 per annum,    The terms of the contract  between tlio Government and tbe  Company have been proven indefinite, or not sufficiently binding on  the 'Company to ensure the proper  cairying out of the scheme, nor has  tho question of construction at this  end of the line been properly dealt  with.     It seems a grave scandal  that the bill providing for the construction oi the line should havo  passed through Parliament without  provision being made for time and  place of construction in B.C,   It is  doubly sure that tho contract between tho Government   and  the  Grand Trunk Pacific Company has  lapped, unci that tlie pmvors and  privileges conferred on the latter by  tho Aot no longer, oxist and cannot  be ejcoroW until Parliament re������  news tho authority.    Tho acceptance bv tlio Government nf a bogus  depnpit Ir difficult to understand,  anil can only he explained hy tho  supposition that it is intended (o  throw dust in tho eyes of tho pooplo  and make them believe that tho  terras oi the contract havo been  complied with, and thus assuage the  i idignaiion that would besuro to be  aroused if the truth weie known  and so rIvo tho Government a better chanco at the coming election,  Xndilioreiiue to puMiu opinion ban  ruined moro (iu.ii om gownumiui  quite as Blrong ns the Laurier nd>  ministration.   All governments are  npt to become  calloused   in   tho  fancied imirity  r.f  fhi������ir  nn.Hinn;  but will in time havo a rude a-  wakening. It is not necessary to  say molt), The prospects for (Jon-  servativo victory in this Proviuoe  are excellent, and tho probabilities  are that they will elect uo many  member* as to practically annlhii*  ate tho Liberal party in British  Columbia, "Work" is now the  WHcbword.  Kootenay  m���������hwi  At   Weiarobe's  Burns Coal, Coko  or Wood  Two sets of grata we  supplied with every  Kootenay Ranges-one for cool on4 the other for coke or wood���������  and the flues are wide and de h with no square corners, eo that  the ashes and soot produced hy soft fuels cannot dog ujp the  smoke and draft passages*  This feature of the Kootenay Range is a &dd*4 success*  The grates are so easily changed that a hoy can perform  the operation*  5old by all enterprising dealers,   Booklet fre^  rTOaryfc  London,     Toronto,     Montreal,     Winnipeg,  Vancouver,     St, John, N.B,  AFULLLINEOF   Cravenettes,  of latest   up-to-date   patterns,  THEY MUST GO.   AND THEY WILL GO CHEAP,  S/ot^������: Ladies COSTUMES  ras^EST  .............. ..J [J ST ARRIVED FROM THE EAST.....................  LAOS     GOLLARS  IN ALL STYLES-OALL AND SEE THEM THEIR BEAUTY WILL CON  VINCE YOU.      OUR PRICES WiLL.ftUKPRISP YOU.  B. S. Weinrobe,  M. WEINROBE, Manager,  Whitney Block, Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.O.  Capital (paid up),.  Reserve Fund ...  Undivided Profits,,  T. E. KENNY, President.  of Carjada   $3,000,000   i 3,000,000       192,505  E. L. PEASE, General Mamaqub.  C. H. Tarbell, Sole Agent.  Rev. Wm. Hicks will visit Cumberland shortly.  Mrs Paulson and son of Nanaimo, a pister of Mr Thos Ben net, is  visiting friends in the town.  Order your fall suits at Carey's.  A full line of latest goods just re  ceived.  Mr-Jeremy of Valdez Island, paid  Cumherlano o. short visit returning  to his home on Friday morning.  -M rs-Jeremy-remain8���������with_her������sis^  ters, Mrs Nunns md .Mrs Clinton,  for a time. ... ...  An effort) is being'made by the  ladies'of Grace Methbdist Church  to purchase a nf w or^an which is  greatly needed. Subscriptions are  being solicited by members,* and it  in expected that a generoun response  will be the result of their efforts.  Mrs J. McGuire, a former res'*  dfnt of this town, arrived here on  Tuesday to visit her sisters, Mrs L.  W. Hall and Mrs Jacobs,  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department :���������Depo������its of $1 andupwards received;   Interest allowed at current rates, compounded twice eaoh year on 30th Jane and 3lst Dewmber.  Drafts on all point, bought and sold. K.E.WALKER, MANAGER.  OFFICE HOURS 10 to 3;    Saturday, 10 to 12;    open Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9 p.mt  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims for Unpaid Taxes in the Comox  Assessment District Province of British Columbia.  NOTICE.  Cheap hams 90c. per lb., at'-"Enterprise" oflice. Stockbrokers need  not apply.  NOTIOK  I beg to inform the public that  on and after January 1st, 1.904, my  business will be strictly cash, by so  doinK I can give my Patrons better  satisfaction.  T. H. CAREY, Tailor.  ON YOUR MONEY,  ���������AND���������  A Competent Man  QV  YOURSELF  by taking a course in the  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPOND BNCK  SCHOOL  SORANTON, PA,  ���������I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, th* seventh day of N0^^'^^'?9^7^^^6^^^  Ten o'clock a.m., at the Court-house, Cumberland, I shall offer for sale by  Public  Anclion  the Minera*.  ���������Cltfinwin the list hereinafter set out, of the person- in raid list hereinafter set out, of which Orown uranw  have been* issued, for all unpaid tajces accrued, due and payable on the 30th <hy ot June, i.M.  or  ao  cruedJEdue and payable at any 30th day of June, subsequent to the date of the u*ue of tl.o Lrown uranis  and tor >. the expenses of advertising this notice. ��������� _w u_���������������,a ik������  ; IMhe taxes and expenses ot advertising, as set out in said \w, are not paid to .ne on or before tne  day of sale, tbe claims may be sold to .the hijih^ bidder, nnd a conveyance executed to ihe purcna,er  of all right and interest in said claims lepillv alienated by'the'Crown, by the Crown GrantB tliereo .  In the event oi there being no purchnw or if ihe price offered shall not be eurhcient to pa> tlie  taxes and expenses of advertising, the land shall absolutely revert to the Proving and tlie Uown V������������la  thereof shall be deemed void.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  wuiiilii l-h mimmmmmmm  A  Fair  J9L JB- R���������vM  IS   JLT-Xj   WB   JU3KL  JUST a chance to show you that  wo a) wayn please our customers  by supplying thom with tho MhJHT  MEATS at tho lowest market  prices.   A trial order will convince  you.    THE  CITY  Meat   Market,  W. W. MoKAY, Proprietor.  ��������� . . ���������'  H-    K_  2s  NAME OF PERSON.  DESCRIPTION OF CLAIM.  ll'ioald  Ta'xos  ��������� ��������� ��������� s  ������.3  '3*  _   ti  ������3  Gold Field* of B 0  Boitb; Bui im,  Lot  2ol     VhliUy. Iblitid  11 00  2 uo  ii          ii  Hetly Groon  ii  208        ������������������          M  0 00  2 oo  ti          ������i  Datiiul WeliBter  it  m,    "      "  7 25  2 oo  WUhod, Sonhler & Bloomfldd  Poodle Dug  ii  204a   ChauuH Island  13 00  2 oo  De Beck, Bauer & MoKlnuou  Julio  ������������������  2������3,    PhillipH Arm  48 75  2 oo  Ohaiiue Mining Oo  Whi o Pine,  ii  234,   Ttuiilow Inland  82 25  2 uo  Frederick Arui Mining Oo  Bluo BuIIh,  ti  285,   Froderiolc Arm  13 00  2 oo  i������             ii  Gold Bug,  f������  240,        "          "  10 25  2 oo  "    '  u   ���������         ���������������  Dishwooii,  tt  248,        ������          "  11 25  2 oo  MoOallum D  Shoofly,  it  24Ii,    Phillips Arm  8 00  2 oo  Hoare, J H  Goloondi,  ii  244,   Bitero BtHu  20 00  2 oo  Fairtlold Exploration Syndioate  Dnrotba Morton,  ii  253,   PhillipBArm  12 10  2 oo  ii            m            fi  i)  Kva,  ii  254,       "      "  10 50  2 oo  Douglas Pine Mining Co  Duuglax Pine,  ���������i  271,   Thurlow Iilaud  40 00  2 oo  ���������i         ii  Gold Exchange,  ���������i  272,      "         "  18 75  2 oo  if         a  Ooue Frautlou,  ii  273,      ������������������         "  1 25  2 oo  Nash, Martin  Champion,  it  270,   Fanny Bay  6 76  2 oo  Wbalon, Wm  Commonwealth,  ti  277,  5 25  2 oo  Do Book, Bauer A MoKinnon  Jonuio B,  ���������i  278,   PhiWpaArm  58 76  2 oo  Oonlwon 0, Pishor 0 H, flotro J H  EmiiroKS,  ii  279,      "      ������������������  11 26  2 oo  Bauor, W A  Enid,  it  280,      "      ���������������  58 75  2 oo  ti      it  Stella,  ii  281,      "      ������������������  82 60  3 oo  ii      *���������  Bluohor,  ti  288,   Fredorick Arm  Uii 60  2 oo  ii      ii  Wellington,  ���������i  280,        ���������������         "  Ul 25  3 oo  ii        n  Watet Ion Fraotion  ���������t  200,        ������������������         "  47 50  8 oo  ii       it  Oontaot Fniotiou  ti  120,        "         "  1 25  2 oo  Fairfield Exploration Syndioate  Banker,  ii  201    Phillips Arm  10 25  2 oo  ������������        r  ii            tt  Comox Fraotion,  it  397,      "      ���������������  6 00  It oo  ii           ii            <i  Percy,  ti  290,      ���������������      M  I8 60  2 oo  ti           ii           tt  Dorothy M-rton fi  Vn  800,      **.      "  0 00  3 oo  If                     If                      M  Ohlmnaug,  ii  810,      ���������������      "  13 00  9 oo  fl                     li                      H  DougUt,  i<  820,      ���������������      "  12 96  9 oo  l������                     ff                    ������l  Maggie May,  a  822,      ������      "  111 60  2 oo  WellN, Maloolm R  Blaok Prinoe.  i.  818,      ������������������      "  21 60  2 oo  Bndley and Shaw  Harbour  ii  363    Meuiles Bay  6 76  2 oo  lt!.dl������y, W V  Harbour Fraotion.  ���������i  364,         ���������������  9 60  2 om  Radlny aud Shaw  Volunteer,  it  866,         ���������  12 26  2 oo  Radley, W V  Protection,  it  860,         "  18 00  2 oo  Radley and Shaw  Adam,  ii  857,         ���������'  12 76  2 oo  fi         u  Snniet,  it  858,         "  moo  3 oo  ii         ii  Molly Glbioo,  ii  369,         ���������'  12 60  2 oo  i*rgu������uu, PvouL Clio.  hia,  ii  8R4.   Phillips Arm  34 00  3 oo  ii             it  Annie Lanrle,  ii  880.      "      "  811 Oil  *o������  it             tt  RivorHide,  ���������i  Halt  Hi 50  2 oe  MoKinnon, Jno MoL  ti            ii  Theodosifl,  Silver King,  Blue Jaoltot,  it  i������  mi,   MaUepin* Inlet  1882,          ,r         "  44 00  45 00  2 oo  2 oo  ii            ii  <i  1883,           ������������������          ������������������  40 00  2 oo  De Buok, Goo VV  Copper Ohlufi  ti  1834,          ������          ���������������  40 00  2 oo  Uullon, J ft men  Cuuuol ICiu_i  .i  1S35,           ������������������          ������������������  11 (M>  8 Oft  MothsTf, Adam and John  Nimkiah,  ii  127,   Rupert  12 50  2 oo  Mathem, Adam ft John & Manson h  Klaanoh,  ii  128,       '������  8*i\  2 oo  Mather*, John  A  Adam,  and  McLaughlin, Wm Henry  >  Magnet,  ���������i  120,       "  10 80  9 oo  Mat hew,  John & Adam,   and  McLaughlin, Wm Henry  Letitia,  ii  130,       ���������������  0 75  1 00  Mclaughlin, Wm Heury  Vuloan,  ���������i  132,        ������������������  9 00  9 oo  TOTAL  13 00  li 00  9 26  15 00  50 75  84 26  15 00  12 ii  13 25  10 UO  28 00  14 50  12 50  42 00  20 75  3 25  7 75  7 25  65 78  13 25  60 76  34 50  64 60  63 25  40 60  3 28  12 25  700  14 80  8 00  16 00  14 26  14 50  21 60  7 78  4 60  14 25  15 00  14 75  14 00  14 60  3150  ii oo  30 SO  40 00  4/00  42 00  48 00  18 10  14 60  10 26  12 50  1178  11 00  D������t*i at Cumberland Tth October, 1004.  JOBN BA1BD, Aeaesior,  Como* AMWffment Dlttrict,  CuxoberUuBd Poet Offlo*.

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