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Array <&'-WJ)toj**\  >Cf30]90S     %���������  I  d  TWELFTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B.C.     WEDNESDAY      OCTOBER 25,   JQ05  *������&&������^*!SM^������^^^������A^*^*^^������^**^*4^*������������ i J  IT THI BIG STOP  ������<$=������������>���������  :^  ~ .it sffc^lSK.������*-���������  Now showing our fine stock  of FALL and  WINTER  DRrXSS GOODS  T No trouble to show goods   in  this store.  Step In at Any Time.  See our Window Display   of  %m Dress Goads,  {%>  ������  ���������"f-^.f.iTiMiUf' <*"  '*W  fr  ���������fr  fr  8<  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  HlMLlliii & Co M ������  a  We would like tn cu!' ynu;' :��������� fen I ion to a few of the virtues.  ot those Sectional Unokonses. Ley combine convenience, good  appoir-irioe, economy of space, pro'ectioa of book*, strength  aid simplicity, at small expei.se,  Build Your LibrarV as You Get Your Books  Start with one Motion���������8 sizes, $3 5o, 4 0;, 4 60 each.  Top and Base Sections, $2 5o each.  Can be adnpted 10 any space nvnilnblo in n, mont artistic  -arrangement Our largo catalogue gives fuller rlntuila���������Send  for it.,  E.eotrio bed war men for sale at  Htnton's, Victoria.  Nanftiratf 28rd-H. Smith, 20  years old hap beon arrepted on a  charge of attempted rape of a North  fiblJ womn.  ������������������ u ���������   Royal Household  Flour, is  the  vory best made.   Try it and  your  own "nnd  judgment, will   tell   you  tnat its great success is due lo its  great merit.  Use Poyal Household Flour  $1,6o per sock  $6,25 per barrel.  At the Big Store.   Cumberland.  -Ap-  SURVEY PAttTY HTAUTS.   ���������  Ntinairao, *2Srd��������� Thoro in now a  strong belief that points to the Jj3 &  JH making a wove iu the Spring to*  wards tho extension of tho IC. & N.  to Comox Anothor survey party  leftfiore on Sunday to examine (he  rou 0 between horo and Cumberland  on each Hide of the wagon road tii������  undertaking of which will take Home  hIv wi>f>k������ to onmpltttn. Thn parly  con?iftv- of VV . Vcjian, \V. ,T. .Tniw  and J, W. McFarlane, all expert  cruisers who were with Alborni  pnrty. This important move given  l))-'���������, t), p  li, w-ciwary tntonwiun.'i  ci i;oiliiin-iiC,t'ij|!'Ht, cun Ik: lu;idi: o r-  i / io Uiu Spring it ������>ii������'Ii m Ua u -  Uijlluii.  Local and Personal  The magic lantern exhibition in  Grace Methodist Church last Friday evening was not as largely patronized as it deserved. The illustrations from the Life of Christ are  well worth seeing and children  especially should attend these  gatherings aa they are both entertaining and instructive. Dr Gillespie described the interesting scenes  in a very'able manner.  * !������������������  ., American Hams IS cents per lb  at Napier & Partridge,  Boston baked beans and heef tea,  were dispensed at Bobby Thompsons' establishment on Saturday  evening, a.-.d were-mu'eh appreciated by a number of tired shoppers.  Special values in Blankets at 'he  Big Store.  Miss Weinrohe was a passenger  to Cumberland by Thursday V steamer.  5 Roses Patent Flour $1.60 per  sack $13 25 per bbl, at Napier &  Pan ridge.  Rov Mr Elmherst paid the town  a vicjit lasi week.  ���������Your choke'of-Best varieties of  Winter Apples Baldwins, Northern  Spys, Btn David etc .$1. 25 per box  at Napier & Partridge.  Mr Thos Bennet was removed to  'tlTTHtr^nWi"Tn1"l,TIursclay evening"  suffering irom the effects of biood-  p.iso^ing ihe remit of an accident  to h.-s foot, he having stepped on a  rowty nail ib'tee months ago. Tt is.  sincerely h '-ped by his p>iny/friends  thai nothing serious will'result from  the mishap.  Many vi irors from Union   Fay  wee in town to Sue   the   v re tiiug  mutch 00 Monday iiight.,    Among  o'he s was Mr J.  Humphreys who  returned   l������s    Sutwd-'y   morning  from 11 vik.il to Seal tie by the -team  ea Escort No. 2.    The Uig leit (he  wharf at 5 p-m We inesduy, towing  tlio barge Baroda loaded, nnd madf  the trip to Seattle in lOhr -45rnins;  healing the "Pilot" by 8 bra.   Cap  tain Fulmar of the Escort is i.atvu  ally proud of his vessel's performance.  Everything in the   Ammunition  line At tho Big otoro  ���������,���������_���������0  Telegraphic    News  ��������� Loudon, 23rd'���������-In every part of  the British Empire on Saturday  nnd whenever a British flag floats  the hundredth amiivoivnry of Nelsons victory over tho combined  flouts of Spain and France off Cape  Trafalgar wan celebrated. On all  plitps at. a given hour flags wore  dipped while 'he thou*uwl kinds  played thf dead march. NeNon's  old fl.ig:-hip the Victory still  lying in I'orlsmouth harbor was  decked from stem tnstern with bunt-  intr and thousands of electric lights  were strung everywhere fur the  night illnmalion of tho old bnttlo  ship It was proposed to illuminate  the Nelson monument, on Trafalgar  Hqnnro but fon ring a tr'inendou*  crush of poopk with lhe accompanying accidents   the authorities  forK'uI".     A'; 'Jf..  V.'::."-"!.!  salute of a hundred guns  If you want to get satisfaction on  your hunting trips, buy your Ammunition etc. "ai The Big' Store"  where they carry a large stock of  hunters requisites.  -19  WHISTLING MATCH.  Much dissapoinlment' was ex-  pressed yestevday afternoon when a  rumor was started that the   wrest-  a  ling ma:oh was off. This was not  the case, it subsequently' proved to  he, but Johnston had declined lo  put up the remaining $75.oo, urging as a reason that he had been  injured in training and was under  the doctor's carp, and for the same  reasons claiming immunity under the articles from forfeit. He  would however wrestle Gray for the  gale receipts and after further negotiations this was agreed to.  At 8 30 A. McKenzie and Joe  Stant led off in a preliminary two  out of three, won by McKenzie, and  at about 9 30 the two local champions locked grips. It was evident  that Johnston tva? not in condition  whether from overtraining or ill  health was hard to determine and  it seemed to many, that he i-hould  not have gone on the mat at all.  Gray, on toe other hand was in the  pink of condition, as round as a  baby and muscular as an ox. Then  came an hour of yvearyin.g. feinting  and sparring f or__ ad vaxi tage. _ wi th  (WlHIFflPER)  JUST ARRIVED AT THE  The  CASH STORE.  100 Patterns to choose from.  2 Double Rolls for 25cts, upwards.  House Lining, Mixed PiintH* 50 Shades of  Alalmtioe, Ena nel-i, Staius, Varnish,  YVhifckg, Brushes, etc.  an occasional piece of clever work  from both men. and- at about lhr  45inin. Johns'.on gave up the  match. A large audience had gathered 'o witne,-8 the affair, but  ���������: here is no ..doubt' that thehllch in  proceedings largely killed   the   in-  ereat which had been keen If  Johnston was phy.-'ically unfit���������  and his appearance oh the mat seems  '������\ bear  this   out���������he   should   not  T.E. BATE,  DUNSMUIB AVE, Cumberland.  - 1905 -  have wrestled, let the forfeit go, and  ma-Va match when he was certain,  his health would not fail him. He  has plenty of friends to see him  out who even yet assert that a future match will result far differently  Bert Moore waf ju^t stepping   on  high spots Monday night.      While  thewns ling match was on Bert was  busy welcoming a-;mall stranger introduced by Mrs Moore���������a boy,  Ashcroft, B.C. 23rd���������The sale ofthe Cariboo Consolidate Hydraulic  known as Hobson's mine ie report-  id.   Particulars are not available  yet.  %&to$mi$  AT THE ^il'EST STORE"  wmwwv**  Our Big Dissolution Sale  is Now Io Full Blast!  During the  next 45  clays  our stock  must be reduced at least one half.  Extra salesmen will be   put   on   this  week to assist in  rushing out  the  goods in the various departments.  Big R8iluGtions in Prices will do flu selling,  xwi'i p��������������������������������������������������������� 1 ii���������. ���������11 miNiwiwi inm nm ��������� iipw*���������*"   i m*   imwn in��������� mm������������������wm up iiiw���������wwww������������������  Cm pets, Carp������t Squares and Linoleums.  27in Tdpf-try Carpal, uood value at AOe.t flOo yd.   S.P, 40c yd  "     " 75c.    SALIC PRICK OOo  Union Carpet Squares,   si/."   8yds   hy   4yds,   regular  $8.50  SALIC PIUCK $1100*  Bert Tapestry Carpet   Square-,  Oft  square,   regular  $10.00  SALIC PKICK   if'KOO  BefH Tnpostry Carpel Squares, Oft   hy   12ft,  rogular  $12 50  salw pfucK-minnft  i,.  ���������o-  ^ttfi'V,., \'l\ti]    -Thi*   V> .vv:.ii'-'r'  Ims given no ice of the disallow iw ce  of an act lo rc;������'nljnu i.-umi^r.i'Ioi,  into liritii^h (Jolumbia and uu u-t u.  Uiiietiti ti.e coal milieu n^uLiieo  ant an passed hy ihxs li.c.'t^i. .aim-   I ;,     *;.-   i  "        l '    o  TEUUU'-IiJilAMWON THK  HHK.a'  LAKKS.  Cleveland, Ohio, 'j;ird ��������� Kroin thf.  ho,:' iuf',ruui-ii;:t -/UaiiuMu iiuYn^,  l.'l liven wore lost und 12 stenmerH  sunk on the Uriut Uiiixn, us the result of the terriho | ale which raged  ior.'ib hours ending at daybreak today.  ;     ���������.     ' !������������������ ''        ���������    ������������������,.���������������������������:-.-���������   ,  ,*. il. . ������������������-. r,-^:ji.u price  $i(i 50 nnd $1'/ 50.    SAi.K IMUl'K   4VJ oUau-i s)lHit\)  TJS'nLKU.HS    insi opcr.fd up n "plondid rant1"* of besl Kng-  Itsti i^rio/i'tirtiH ut (iti -uio v/ji whIiIih, regtniir price 7ha per  K| yd.     SALIC I'llICK   only .'IV und Ww.  mmtwm w***m������������m.'-# r m ������  KU'K)Il  OILCLOTHS r,n   wide   regular   ,%c   por sq yd.  SALIC PK1C1C- 2r������fi  NAPIER & PARTRlDCiE  <n������<������������i*������')rf <i iiumM* The Heiress of  Cameron Hall.  BY LAURA JEAN LIBBEY  Author of "Miss Middletoo's Law/1 "A Forfeicfcka Marriage," "'Daisy Brooks," Etc^ Etc  " "I inclose 'this confession ln the  pocket of my dress which I will dispose of to a dealer in misfit garments, where it will be found some  day and the cruel mystery of the  child's disappearance will be solved.  "I inclose tho money as a reward  to the finder of these papers, if ho  or she will see them delivered safely  Into the hands of Ollie's father, Gilbert Camoron, Cameron Hall, in the  suburbs of Baltimore.  "I inclose tho child's portrait, records, dates, and all the papers  necessary to prove beyond a doubt  the truth of the abovo.  Margaret Blake."  With a startled face Helena Heath-  cliu" stared at the parchment holding  so terrible a secret that had fallen  into her hands in such a miraculous  manner.  She examined the papers and dates  carefully. "Poor little Ollie Cameron," sho mused, "if you wero living now you would bo about my own  age, and an heiress���������what a pity it  is that you died. Wealth would  have fallen to your lot while I havo  nothing but poverty."  Suddenly, as she sat there, the  greatest temptation of her young  life came to her; a temptation that  made her faint and giddy and almost  cry out with horror, for it led to a  Eini  She lifted her white face to the  green trees above her, and a voice  seemed to murmur through the waving branches to Helena's startled  throbbing heart: "Ah! if you could  but tako this dead girl's place! Why  couldn't you? The little slip of paper you hold in your hand is the  only existing proof of Ollie Cameroon's deat"nT~destroy lT_ana"claiih~lI5r~  wealth. Take what the gods offer  you. You are so poor, you need  wealth so much, poverty is so bitter."  Helena Heathcliff gazed at the pictured face with bated breath and  parted lips.  Tho dark eyes looking up intra her  own almost seemed to say: "Poverty  is so bitter; you may take my place  ff you will.'1  It was a ���������'   dazzling temptation  to  the    poor,     desolate   sewing-girl ���������  wealth or poverty for evermore.  "Work���������work���������work!  My labor never flags;  And what are its wages? A bed of  straw���������r  A crust of bread���������and rags."  "Oh, I couldn't do it," sobbed  Holona, as sho covered her whlto  faco with her hands; "this girl's  spirit would como back from tho  river to haunt inc. Sho would stand  at my bedside in tho dead of night  and whisper through tho darkness ;  'You aro not Ollio Cameron. You  are a misorabnle imposyer who haa  ore a miser ablo Impostor who haa  stolen Into my place. An usurper of  my rights. No good can como of  Buch a living lie���������oxposuro must follow sooner or later,' "  It was Holona Hoathclifl's flrst bitter strugglo with thu warning volco  of conscience.  Aftor all, what harm would thoro  be. Poor Olllo was dead. Would  Ut bo a sin, after all, tf somo of  wns vast wealth was showered upon  her, who neodod It ho, when tliere  was no ouo iu tho world tu Inherit  it?  If tho bit of paper Bho hold in hor  band was destroyed, who would  ever bo uble to find out tho deception?���������no ono could prove that sho  was not this Ollie, Kato must have  Intended this when It, gavo this mysterious package into hr>r hand  through tho agency of tho old brocaded Bilk dress pocket,  "Yos, thoro wuh surely a fate In  this," Hho told herself,  With tho money tho old pocket-  hpok contained she rould now ro-  pluca MIks Kirkwood's pink silk  dnam. That thought settled tho  mutter.  "I Will do it," cried Helena Honth-  cUtt, rising to her foot, und pushing  bar brown curls hnek l"om her  flushud und excited tu.ee. "I will  tuko fate and fortune into my own  hands.    I will take this daar Olliu's  },.... v., ,,li vj..'.   ..... *,,.. ���������   *.:, /���������'-'  ,\1<     reM'U-r     do   r>ot     een-lliro  our  beautiful, fnulty heroine too severely. Itomomlxr how easy tt, Ih for  youthful iTeartH to Us diu./.l'.-d by the  glitter of wealth and power. Helena wna only a romantic i/'-rl ol wv~  ffiteosi���������-Hhe looKeil oiuy at "nu Ijiiki*1-  side of the picture, heedless ol tho  cturknonH that lay beyond,  "I must, destroy this tull-������alr������ letter  first of all," Kho wild to herself, "I  can reinosiihur ovory word of it, for  tt in HtuiajK-d in letters of (no on my  bruin,"  She uhinrt-d hurriedly nronrid; no  one wn������ tn ntgn������, met, lar.mu tie  tonfeswion In her cold, white handii  Tb-lcn* tainted her soul with her  firwt Bin by tearing It. into minute  pieces and throwing th'in into tbo  kuv.uu thut llowid through th<; green  pork  To h������r great horror tbey would not  oink, but flouted down out of her  aitiht.   Htm wuM   ttt u .INJJx^kjs. of  terror. What ii they 9nouia san on  and on and bo washed upon somo  mossy bank, dry in tho sui-shino,  and, becoming legible, betray her  socret? What if somo one picked the  fragments up, put them together,  and read the story of Ollie Cameron's true fate?  Helena laughed aloud. "I won't  think of such a possibility," she told  herself, "I shall go joyously on to  tho fate the gods have mapped out  for me. I am so young, why shouldn't I taste the sweets of lifo that aro  held to my lips, enjoy poor Ollie  Cameron's wealth, and be happy?  Good-bye, old life," she cried, recklessly, smiling through her tears like  April sunshine. "Good-bye, workrooms and poverty, you have looked  your last upon Helena Haatbcliff���������I  hope I may never rue it."  CHAPTEK IV.  Helena Heathcliff looked .fate firmly in the face. Tho struggle was  over ��������� the great temptation had  conquered her.  "lt will be no sin," she murmured,  lifting her loving face up *o thi sun-  lifting her lovely face up to the sunlight, "for Helena, the poor sewing-  girl, to grasp the dazzling wealth  which fate itself must have sent to  mo. Poor Mark!" she sighed, pressing her hands over her throbbing  heart.  It was the first thought she had  given to her handsome young lover  whose kisses were still warm upon  her lips. And with the tnought  came the terrible realization that if  she clung to Mark and his lo\e, she  .must give up that brilliant, rosy_  dream of wealth for evermore.  She did not consider that a man's  heart hung in the balance; a man's  loving heart whose every throb was  fer hor.  How Mark lov&l her, ho^v he worshiped her, how willing he would  have been to give his life for her.  Ah, if he had but loved her less; for  it was not lovo that Helena had  given him in return���������it was only  pity.  "It is better that wo should part,  Mark," she sobbed, "I was never intended for you." Yet sho could not  think of leaving him so cruelly, without a pang of remorse for the pain  ho would suffer.  And, standing there in tho groen  park, his lust words came bark to  hor liko a voico of doom that might  havo warned her: "Never be false to  mo, Helena, for if you woro I should  go mad and .kill myself���������perhaps  both of us."  "Wo must part, Mark, dear," she  murmured, with a tearless sob. Tho  crimson roses that nodded their perfumed heads near hor and tho green  restless branches abovo her seemed to  plead for him. But, stiflling her  conscience and its accusing cry, Helena turnod resolutely away, and tho  dlo was irrevocably cast. An hour  later a square packet containing a  pitiful llttlo note, a sum of monoy,  and tho ruined pink silk dress, was  loft at Miss Kirkwood's door, and at  about that tlmo u tear-stained noto  addrcSHod to Murk Forrester waa loft  with his sister Prudence.  For a moment Prudonco stared curiously at tho littlo square whlto envelope, then, without tho .Vast compunction, broko tho seal and read tho  pathetic, tear-stained letter grimly  through from beginning to end; road  it over twice, thon placed it carefully in Its envelope again and laid  It in Murk's desk.  "Lovo is tho greatest curse of life,"  Bim thought. "Poor Mark! how I  pity him. Vet it Is a thousand  times hotter ho. Mark will loam to  forgot Helena HeathclllT's pretty, alluring face, and marry an h������lrosH,  and my hopes will be realized at  bint. In tho first rosy Hush of youth  love )h tlie ruling passion; but when  lovo has been creased and bUnhtod,  Hurdld gold is the next grand dream  of llfo;'''  ho  thought, Ming  Prudence.  But there wuh quite an oxeusio for  her. Minn Pruilenei)���������tail, grim,  angular, und forty���������had never been  In lovo.  til    Jl'.'i     ill,    ^,,',,.,l.    ill t .........     ...        1.  '. ���������  ni.i] it l..".:)1'1 ���������' '"'��������� l'".-or h.".d evr been  the very height of folly. .^hfl could  do very well without them.  llow could fill* realize, who know  so little ot love, what poor     Mark  Would   HUtler?  ���������        ���������        ���������        t        ��������� t  It woB a warm afternoon In June,  nnd the mm wfts crwiplng slowly towards the wtv-itern hills, bathing in  a Hood of glowing gold the Ivy-cov-  ured wall*, of Uutiiernn J full, a Htufitly nmrision on the outskirts of llal-  Uuiui"i.<.  Grand pur les surrounded It, dotted  hero and I lure v.-Ith fountains that  upurklwl In the sunlight.  HUtuuiy -,;: ;tiM>ij aiming the foliage, ami IteiU uf rare exotics were  arranged with nldll that m������������ht have  churmod    uu uj-tl.it.      Tbo linfferinir  lui'tt   of   gi'.kU   M'lttHght.   fttoli,   Hoftlv  through thu luciwlrapwi windows of  an flegaut boudoir in the western  wiutf of *t������������ ������i������aciou* ulii httll, auU  toll upon the haughty face oi a iair  young girl who sat beside the casement.  We call her girl by courtesy, for at  eighteen ono can scarcely be deemed  womanly, and yet, as you glanced  at the fair face Trained in waving  blonde hair, it was hard to believe  that Vivian Cameron was the young  brido of Gilbert Cameron, tho old  millionaire who stood near her. "Vet  such was Uio case.  "I am going down to the post-  oflice, my love," he said, leaning  fondly over tho chair his young wife  sat. "Would you liko anything from  town,  Vivian?"  Vivian Cameron smiled, and the  smilo deepened almost into a sneer  upon her red lips. "Nothing, unless  lt is a now set of diamonds,'**' sho  answered, carelessly. "The set I  was examining at Burke's the other  day wero fine whito stones. You  may order them if you like. That's  all I can think of, I am so well supplied, thanks to you, Gilbert," sho  added.  The old millionaire's face flushed  hotly under the fire of his young  wife's bright eyes. "You shall have  them, my love," he said, tenderly.  "You shall have every wish of your  heart gratified, my beautiful Vivian,  and all that I ask in return is your  love, dear," he added.  And, as if he could not trust himself to speak further, he stooped  down suddenly, kissed her, and hurriedly quitted the room.  Tho door had scarcely closed behind him oro the silken curtains of  an alcove opened, and a tall, dark  woman glided into tho apartment.  "Fortunate Vivian," she cried, ex-  ultingly, "how liberally the gods are  providing for you. It was a lucky  hour for you when you married Gilbert Cameron."  A low, bitter laugh broke from  Vivian's compressed lips. "I was  mad to listen . to you, Hortense,  when you told mo wealth would satisfy all tlie cravings of a hungry  heart," sho exclaimed, starting from  her seat and pacing restlessly up and  down the room; "but it does not do  it," she cried. "It will not buy  love."  "My "dear niece," replied Hortense  Montgomery, composedly, "you seem  to have all the lovo you crave. You  are 'an old man's darling,' and he  fairly adores you." o.  ������������������I���������would-rather-s-a-thousand-times.  be a young     man's slave,  and give  love     for love,"  cried Vivian, dashing aside the lace curtains and glancing  impatiently  out upon tlio lawn.  "You have brilliant prospects,  Vivian," exclaimed Hortense, following her niece to tho window and laying her hand on her white arm.  "Every marriageable girl in-Baltimore was dying with envy when you  married Mr. Cameron."  Vivian's faco paled strangely. "If  I had not married him his money  would have gone to his nephew,  Frederick Castleton," sho mused,  tapping her foot restlessly on tho  violet carpet.  "Frederick Castleton would have  been his holr, ns next of kin," admitted Hortense, "for of course tho  girl Ollio, who was abducted nearly seventeen yoars ago, must be dead,  nr sho would have been heard from  long sineo."  "How Frederick Castloton must  hato mo, Hortense," she exclaimed,  gazing out at a tall, broad-shouldered young man who was loaning with  a careless grace against an old booch  troo. "Soo! he has just noticed mo  at tho window, and turns away,"  And at that moment her husband  Joined him.  Vivian watched them with hor  wholo soul in her palo bluo oyos.  "What a contrast," sho sighed,  drearily. "How desolate lifo Is  when a younw girl soils her llfo for  gold!"  "Don't fly in the faco of fate," replied ITorteiiso, slowly. "To-morrow your husband changes tho will  ho mado soventcon long yoars ago,  and ho has promised to loavo everything to you, Ah, Vivian, you who  know onco what tha direst povorty  moans, should know how to prize  that. You will inherit hie vast  woal'h,"  To-morrow. Ah I how littlo thoy  both knew tho strange ovont that  wae to tako placo within one short  hour!  Vivian comprosHod her lips tightly and hor blue eyes (flittered with  a blue, steuly glitter uh tho words  rang In bor ears long after HorteiiHO  bad left her. "You will inherit his  va-st wealth.'  "Ah! Frederick CnsUoton," she  murmured, "how littlo I dreamed  that Oilboit Cameron was your undo  when I married htm. I remember  how I lauglunl your lovo to ncorn  when vou told mo vou had nothing  now, yot your expectations wero  grout. 1 laughed, ami t>,i������J $ou  I had choKun an older and wealthier lover, and I havo not forgotten how you turned from  mo In hnrrnr that deepened Into  iut������u������������Ufe, >.i.i.u Z '���������'���������..." :"*'" ''"������������������'! ��������� ���������-���������  you as'Ollbcrt Canwron'u bride, and  then, ah I then, I vowo.d that I  would nover allow ono dollar of my  bUHbiuu'l'H money to go to you, and  to-morrow shall w>o niy vow fulfilled. If I was loft a widow," ahe  iiiurimiivd, "wlui known v.'L.t. lui^Ut  happen!    Ah I who knows, If I were  amber lace, set off her blonde beauty  to perfection, and even she, who was  so hard to please, smiled with satisfied pride as she gazed.  A carriage dashing up the avenue,  breaks in upon her day dream, and  Vivian's brows meet in a dark  frown.  fcihe taps the silver hand bell on  the table near her impatiently, and  in an instant a servant opens the  door of the drawing-room, bowing  profoundly.  "Katy," sho says, "I am not a.t  home to any one who calls to-day,  remember,  except Mr. Castleton."  "Mr. Castleton has been here talking to Mr. Cameron, ma'am," replied Katy, "but ho left just now,  I saw him going down the corridor."  Vivian Cameron bit her crimson  lips angrily.  Going without  one word to    her.  Could  that?  She  Katy  he   slight    her  so  much  as  but   iiw,"   hIiu  juu.ii  :i,H  thn mirror.    "AU! what in Uio worth  without love1?"  If, wna n. ixmutlful faco that was  r������'flectw| there, but there Wuh not the  Innowit frenknoK* nbout It thnt ft  -vritrmn'. torn at eighteen should  wear, There wan too much crafty  wnrldllnesn about It. The dress of  ruby   Mtttn,     luterlaccd    with .*-������������������  sunk   back    in her chair and  withdrew,   closing  the  door  softly after her.  Half an hour passed by, yet the  carriage that had dashed up the  avenue so hurriedly had not taken  its departure.  There was,, a commotion down  stairs, yet Vivian Cameron, bending  over her novel, did not trouble her  pretty head to find out what was  the matter.  Suddenly there was a hurried  knouk. Katy put her head in at the  door in a pale, breathless sort of a  way.  "If you please, ma'am," she began, incoherently, "master says ha  must see you for a few.���������"  "Didn't I tell'you I would see no  one;" cried Vivian, stamping her  dainty slippered foot upon the velvet  carpet in intense wrath.  "But it something so very important, ma'am," urged Katy, earnestly.  "And I tell you again that I do  not care what he wants. I will not  see him. Say that I have a headache, and do not wish to be disturbed. Do not dare to knock at  this door again to-day."  In a moment later, another step  came hurriedly down the corridor-���������  a step that made Vivian's heart  throb, and her cheeks flush���������for she  knew before he knocked that it was  Frederick Castleton at the- library  _door. _____  "I thought he had gone," she mmC  mured, tossing aside her book as  sho sprung to her. feet, glancing  breathlessly into tho mirror.  Thon she sprung to tho door, and  flung it open with a pretty cry of  surprise,  Frederick Castleton stood in the  doorway with a look on his handsome flushed face she had never seen  there before.  It was evident that something vory  unusual had happened, and he stood  thero to break the news to her.  "Oh, Frederick���������Mr. Castleton!"  sho cried, wringing her littlo whito  jeweled hands imploringly. "What  can bc'tlio matter?"  Her heart gavo a great throb and  sho criod with a ^breathless sob:  "Hns anything happened to my,:���������  my���������husband?"  "Yes���������-end���������no," Replied Frederick Castloton, with a curious twinkle  in his dark-blue eyos. "You must  prepare yourself for a groat shock,  Mrs Camoron," he said, quickly,  "for tho news I have brought 'will  bo a very groat 'shock to you."  "Do not keep mo in suspense, Frod-  orlek!" Hho. sobbed, clinging to his  arm.,   "Toll mo tho worst at onco."  "AlioWrfidma to congratulato you,  Mrs. qlmiptpn,'' ho said; looking  down ifcfiQ'jfyxo bluo eyes that wero  regardi4^v'hlhi so Intently, "Your  husband.lb'aa' just discovered his long  lost daughter. Ollio Cameron has  been found at last!"  "What!" cried Vivian, recoiling  from htm, and clutching wildly at  tho crimson velvet chair us sho roel-  uil backward. "You are mad, Fredorick 1" sho crlod, In an awful hollow  voice, all tho wlld-roso color fading  from hor faco, and leaving it as  ghastly as marble. "What is It you  are telling mo, Froderick?"  "Tho child, Ollio, who waa abducted noarly seventeen years ago,  has boon returned to your husband's  hoart arid homo at lu������t," ho ropoat-  od, slowly. "Khe Is at this moment  In tho library with hor fathor, overjoyed, ITo bogs of mo to bring you  down to welcomo her."  "It can not bo truo, Froderick,"  she gasped, brokenly: "there imwt  bo some torrtblo mistake Why Una  sho come back after nil theso  years?" she articulated, hoarsely,  her eyes diluting with terror,  "Kha lias come back to enjoy tbo  wealth Heaven intended for her," ho  answered, Hlowly.    "Bho Is ob boau-  tltlli   UH   U   Wlr.uu,   '   (iu   i.:.i;-\,   k.Uiu.'i  L..',t;i'.JJ,.', flu-bin;,' redly to tho rootn  ol his mlr Imlr, ' "S!\o Is nn glorious  na a Spanlflh prlncoSH, with midnight  eyos, nnd a wild-roso faco���������a faco  that takea a man's heart by utorml  T Xioit nf von, 1n Your husband's  immo, to come down to the parlor  und Rive beautiful Olllo, his Inn'g-  lost daughter, a royal welcome  homo." _  ClifAPTEU V,  Vivian Cameron reeled backward,  pressing bor hands tightly over her  t������*.inple������.  Had ������ho gone suddenly mad; hnd  an avenging Xctuesiu blocked her  path at tho eleventh hour, when sbo  wan about to reap the harve������t of hor  dti������jH*rat������ plotting nud planning?  WU*t W.W it that Vro'hrleM woe  tolling hor? Thr,t the child whom  bur bpahund bu>ire4 de&d all   thow  long years naa returned to ciaim tne  Cameron fortune!  "Ah, no! it can not be true, Frederick," sho gasped; "there must be  some mistake���������some fearful mistake!"  "It is the most romantic history  that ever came to light," cried Frederick Castleton. "Listen attentively, Mrs. Cameron," he said, "and I  will give you the story as related by  Ollie herself in a vory few words:  "As far back as Ollie can remember, sho lived in poverty with an old  light-housekeeper and his duughtoi,  op ������n <slniid o������> the poi?"*���������"  "I wish to Heaven sho had died  there!" was Vivian's mental comment; but sho spoko no word, and  Frederick continued:  "Ollio had been taught to believe  herself the old man's child, and that  his daughter Agnes was her sister.  One stormy night, tho old light-  housekeeper was found dead in the  tower, where death had overtaken  him whilo trimming tho lamps. The  two girls went to New York City to  find work, but the light-housekeeper's  daughter did not survive him long.  Two days ago she died, leaving Ollie,  whom they had always called Helena, alono and uncared for.  "Tho next day, in the pocket of an  old silk dress, that had lain packed  o,way for years, Ollie, or Helena,  rather, found the package of papers  and records that was such a startling revelation to her. Sho came on  to Baltimore immediately, and, taking a carriage, drove out here at  once, and here she is. The proofs  havo been examined, and they are  perfectly correct; she is beyond a  doubt the long-lost daughtor of Gilbert Cameron and the heiress of Cameron Hall. Wonderful, is it not?"  concluded  Frederick Castleton.  A sneering laugh broke from Vivian's lips.  "And this ignorant creature from  tho slums of Now York is coming  here to livo," she cried, desperately.  "Oh! I wish to Heaven I had never  married Gilbert Cameron!" she  thought, with bitter vehemence, adding, aloud: "How horribly ill-bred  sho must be!"  An amused smile broke the gravity  of PYederick Castleton's handsome  face.  "You will be most agreeably sur-.  prised     when   you see her," he said.  ���������"No    young lady brought up in   the.  very    lap _lof__bjgury could be more  refined or dainty."~~~~    ~ "~ ~~  "And she learned all this in a New  York tenement house?" replied Vivian Cameron,  sarcastically.  "Mrs. Cameron," responded Frederick, roprovingly, "no matter what  a young girl's surroundings may be  ���������whether a tenement house or a  mansion���������sho can be just as dainty  and rofined. Silks and jewels are  by no moans the true indications of  a lady.. Shall I tell your husband  you will join us in tho parlor?" he  asked,  turning away abruptly.  "If you will bo so kind," returned  Vivian, sweetly.  Sho closed tho door after him, and  locked itf  It was a whlto, ghastly face that  gazed into tho mirror, then turned  away with tho shrillest laugh , that  ever echoed from human lips.  "Aftor all thoso years," sho stormed, "this girl Ollio has como back to  outwit mo! I am a beggar now,"  sho shrieked, "for every dollar of  Gilbert Cameron's wealth will go to  his daughter; and I who married him  for his gold will bo cut off with a  paltry dowor. I who have had such  dreams of controlling millions,"  Vivian Camoron paced up and clown  the room like a beautiful tigress, hor  silken train trailing after her on tho  velvet carpot.  "1x51 this g'Jrl beware," sho criod,  hoarsely, "it was not enough that  she must stoal into this princely inheritance, but sho must win Fredorick Castloton's favor too by hor  pretty fuco. I can seo tho future  mapped out llko a panorama boforo  ino," sho muttered, pantingly, "Fredorick will marry Gilbert Cameron's  liolrosB if he can���������and I���������oh, Iloav-  en, I���������"  Tho worda ondod la a wild despairing cry.  ��������� Vivian hn������t(ly entered her dressing-  room, bathed hor flushed faco In fragrant cologne, and twined a clufitor  of palo pink blossoms in hor yellow  hair.  Thon, with a Binllo upon hor lips,  that completely nuveked tbo bitterness lurking in her heart, Vivian  glided down to tho parlor and stood  with ox ton ded arms upon tho threshold, a darling vision of blondo loveliness. She meant tu eellpso tho newcomer by her fair bounty.  "Ollie, darling, welcomo to Cameron Hall," bho Haid, sweetly,,  A lovely, rather tell slip 'pi girl  came forward to n\oet her, and Vlv-  ���������iuu ������aU a lt���������..:.:.A "....,\,\ '... " "-������<h  tbo deep, vivid eolorltvfi; of tlv henrt,  tit u  wiltX roil rn������i>.  A Pelade on the Chops,  AdiSlei iitroot, In Wood street, City,  vsoed hi old timet* to bo called King  A^dplBtrtflt, after King Atheisiane, wno  .hid bli houso thoro, bt tho eo������t end  f ff the Churoh of Bt. Albans, Wood  itAwat   It had ��������� door Into Adel stmt.  \\ ���������'��������� ��������� ���������- ���������'  Rnskfn's Whfntsfflftlltr.  A utory llluntrnting Runkln's wbttn*  ���������lenllty was Kiveu on the nutlierlly of  n friend of tho Rrmit wrltor. "On������  morning," bo notes, "us wo were coming out of chnpol he said to t������, 'I ought  not to bavo como to chapel tliia morn-  lag.' We asked biro in some astonishment why. Ho said, 'I am going to  wrlto a critique oo ���������'s picture in tbt  academy and want to be tn a perfect*  If dlabol'eal tomber.'* *., . CUMBERLAND NEWS  Cumberland, B. C.  Dr. R. J. Baldwin, secretary of the  Southern Educational Conference, patted a little Mobile colored boy on the  head. This little boy," he said, "failed in an examination last week. It  was an examination of the Bible, and  the first question tbe teacher asked  was:���������"How many commandments  are there?' The little boy thought a  while and then he answered:���������"'A  hundred.' "'A hundred! No., of  course not" said the examiner. 'That  will do for you. "And the little hoy  went out sadly. He had failed. "But  the little boy hung about the building,  and in a half hour another boy appeared. He was on the way to the  examination too. He asked the boy  who had failed what questions had  been put to him, and the unhappy  failure answered:���������'"The teacher  wanted to know how many commandments there were.   What will you say  when he asks you that?" "Til say  ten," was the reply. "The boy who  had failed laughed loud and long.  "'Ten!' he cried. 'Well, just try him  with your ten. I tried him with a  hundred and he wasn't satisfied."'  It is a Liver Pill.���������-Many of the  ailments that man has to contend with  have their origin in a disordered liver,  which Is a delicate organ, peculiarly  susceptible to the disturbances that  come from irregular habits or lack of  care in eating and drnking. This accounts for the great many liver regulators now pressed on the attention of  sufferers. Of these there is none  superior to Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills. Their operation, tnough gentle,  Is effective, and the most delicate can  use them.  BHfl  This falling of yotrr hair!  Stop it, or you will soon be  bald. Give yonr hair somo  Ayer's Hair Vigor. The falling will stop, the bair will  grow, and the scalp will be j  clean and healthy.  Why be  satisfied with poor hair when  you can make ie rich?  "My hfthr Marty til cama owt. I th*n tried  Ayer'a Hair Vigor and otUjr <hm bote* stopped.  the falling, New hair ciime tn r������al thick and  tart a littlo carbr."���������Una. L. JL Smith,  Saratoga,N. Y.  fl.00 a bottls.     ,, j. O. ATKR CO.,  -""������������������'     for    '*'"��������� *"���������-  Hair  SOB  ' Pat's u.stress on waking was very  natural, but amusing. He was observed In the morning to be looking  unusually blank and perplexed, and  his friend inquired what ailed  him. "Ah! but I have had a drame.  "Was it good or bad?" "Faith," said  Pat, "and it was a little of both, and  I'll be after telling it t'ye. I dramed  I was the President. He is as great a  gintleman as is in the district he is,  and he asked me wud I have a drink.  I,said to him, 'Wud a duck swim?' He  smiled like, and, taking the lemons  and sugar and making ready for a  drop o' punch, he asked me wud I  have it hot or cold, 'I'll have it hot,'  I replied, and wid that he went down  into the kitchen for the biling water,  but before he got back I woke up, and  now it's distressing me I didn't take  it cold."  Blinker���������I suppose you have no bacilli away out here farmer? Farmer  Green���������Wa-all, no, we, kin give ye  plain meat an' pertaters an' a few pie  trimmin's, but them fancy fixin's has  to be looked fer in taown'.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget  Cows.  In  The following was overheard in a  third-class carriage on the London &  Northwestern railway the other clay:  Mother (opening a parcel of sand-  wishes) ��������� Johnnie, what kind of  sandwiches will you 'ave? Johnnie���������  I'll 'ave 'am, o mother. Mother���������Don't  say 'am, dean Say 'am! Man in Far  Corner (chuckling to himself (both of  'em thinks they're saying 'am!  *  *  You Want  is a FLOUR that  Combines  Strength,  Color,  Purity,  And  These  Qualities  are Contained in  FIVE ROSES  FLOUR  Lake of the Woods Milling  Co., Ltd.  ii  it  a  it  ii  ii  it  ii  JS  a  Representative Julius Kahn of California tells a grimly humorous tale illustrative of the guile of "the heath  Chinese." One day it appears that  Dennis Spencer, a prominent criminal  attorney of rvapa, in the State mentioned, was the recipient of a call j  from a omnese, who without circumlocution at once put this question:���������  "S'plose, Mr. Spencer, one Chinaman  kill 'nother Chinaman with hatchet.  How much you chlarge make him  clear?" "Oh," exclaimed the lawyer,  carelessly, "I'd take the case for $500."  The Chinaman vanished without a  word. In about a week he returned  and laid the sum of $500 on Mr .Spencer's desk. "What's this for?" asked  the lawyer. "You say you take the  case for $500," explained the Oriental.  "You mean to tell me that since I saw  you last one of your countrymen has  been killed?" "Certainly," calmly answered the Chinaman. "I kill him  last night."  $  Henry Elliott, Esq., of Sherbrooke,  N. S., Inspector and Supt. of Bridge  Construction for Jitova Scotia says:  A bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT  cured me of a very severe sprain  of my leg, caused by a fall while building a bridge at Doherty Creek, Cumberland Co. *.,*..  Nov. 17, 1893.  Burton Holmes, the lecturer, tells of  a Russian he saw some years ago in  Manchuria, whose methods of achieving results were not according to the  usual code. The Russsian had a well  in his front yard, which he concluded  to fill up. He began by diggging a  hole by the side of the well, throwing  the dirt from the n^vv excavation into the well. "In the course of time,"  says Mr. Holmes, "the old well was  filled, but there was a hole alongside  as big as the first. The Russian went  farther away and dug another hole  to fill the second. '"He continued  this process of digging one hole to fill  the other until he literally ran the  hole out of town."  Hard and soft corns cannot withstand Holloway's Corn Cure; it is effectual every time. Get a bottle ai\d  be happy.  Clarence���������I told the minister he  Ijnustnit���������kiss-���������you.-���������Cor-delia���������And-  what did he say? Clarence���������He  thanked me and said under those circumstances he would only charge me  half the usual fee.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  To make the best Bread  you must have the  best Flour.  Wlien tlie dough is flat, sour, heavy,  will not rise,���������^when tie bread is  soggy, tasteless, indigestible���������������hen  you h&vz cheap and inferior flour.  You may use pure fresh yeast,  faithfully adhere to the old-tinre successful bread making traditions, the  methods usually successful-���������but the  baking turns out badfy���������simply  because you have not used the right)  kind of flour.  Royal Household Flour is purified  and sterilized by electricity, it is therefore uniformly pure and wholesome.  And because it is thoroughly purified  it will yield a sweet, wholesome, light  sponge that will bake into flaky, deliciously flavored, nourishing bread or  pastry.  It is really the only absolutely pure  flour you can get  Guaranteed   by   its   makers   and  =Bra_ided=���������   Ogilvie's Royal Household Flcmr.  - Representative Smith of Michigan  fells this story:���������"A certain citizen of  my district was called upon to defend  a man who had soundly whipped a  worthless Individual. He had been Indicted for assault and battery, 'contrary to the peace and dignity of the  people of Michigan.' The lawyer' contended that the prosecution could not  hope to convict unless the entire allegation was proved. 'We admit the assault and battery,' he said, 'but we  deny that lt waa contrary to the  peace and dignity of the people of  Michigan.' "The jury so held, and the  fellow was acquitted."  Somo persons have periodical attacks of Canadian cholera, dysentery  or diarrhoea, and have to use groat  precautions to avoid tho disease.  Change of water, cooking, and green  fruit, Is sure to bring on the attacks,  To such persons we would recommond  Dr. J, D. Kollogg's Dysentery Cordial  as being the best medicine in ,tho mnr-  ket for all summer complaints, ,If a  few drops aro taken In water when  tho symptoms are noticed no troublo  will be experienced.  ���������������' I'l III IU  It ls told of a lady that whllo touring  in the Scottish highlands ono summer  sho wns token to a cavo In which  Macbeth was said to havo boon born,  Sho exnmlnod the cavo attentively,  nnd Ustoned to iho eloqnont speech)  of her guide. At tho end sho said to}  tho man:���������"Como, now, toll mo truly,  ls this really tho plnco whoro Macbeth was bom?" Tho guide smiled  awkwardly. He shifted about a little. "Woll," ho suid, "it's ono of tho  places."  Itch, MangSi Prairie acratcho*, Cu*  ban Itch on human or animals, cured  In 30 minutes by Wolford'i Sanitary  Lotion, It never falls. At all druggists,  Rtorn Parent���������YounR man, didn't T  hear you kissing my daughter ou tho  front porch last night? Youug Man-  Not guilty. I klsuod bor ou tho  mouth.  "Do you take pains with your eating?" asked the doctor. "No," sadly  replied the dyspeptic; the pains don't  come till afterward."  It needs no testimonial.���������It is a  guarantee In Itself. If testimonials  were required they could be furnished in thousands from all sorts and  conditions of men ln widely different  places. Many medicines are put forth  every year which have but an ephemeral existence and then are heard of  no more. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  has grown in reputation every day  since It mado Its first appearance.  "If T should kiss you would you  scream?" "There are some problems  that every man has to solve for him-  self-~by. experience or otherwise."  Mike had been appointed a committee of one to break the sad news to\  the widow. "Here," asked Pat, "where  are yez goin'?" "To the tilegrapbt  office. I'll send her a dispatch, and  when she gets It she'll faint and the  turrable shock'll be painless."  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Customer���������Say, you are getting  soap in my mouth. Barber���������Sh-h!  Keep quiet. Don't let the boss hear  you and I won't charge you anything  extra.  "Mrs. Mungleswag looks as if she  wero the victim of some great sorrow." "She ls. Her daughters all  got married to more Americans be-  foro her husband struck it rich with  bis patent."  IN    THE    INTEREST     OF    GOOD    IRVING'   DRINK  ">f#" RICH AND FRAGRANT "  ARD TEA  "Why did you lot him aot nwny  with your thundered tho chief. "Why  ~~oi      lio   Uiiji\   ,i   J������.V������U1   it>l Villi UtgU     Ut  mo," replied tho new dotoctivo. "Ho  ran across the proas In tbo park���������"  "Woll?" "Woll there won a sign  thor������:   "Koop oft ho rmibb.' "  lew's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant  Soup Powder is lietter thnn other powders,  %������ U ia both sarin and disinfectant.    34  Tho Sufferer���������"Wow! I'm ������olng to  a dentist nnd hnvo thf* tooth nut.  Chrliitlan Scientist���������Your tooth does  not nrbo You only imairlne It <lof>������.  Tbo Snfforor���������Then I'll bavo the dent-  1st extract my Imagination.  ,    "GUARANTEED THE BEST,"  1 lb. & % lb. Lead rackets.      3 lb. & D lb. Tina.      35, 40 & 50c. por lb.'  FOIl SALE BV..ALL UUOCERS.  CODVILLE d CO., WINNNIPEQ, MAN.  The great rule of health-  SKccp the bowels regular.  And the crc  Ayer's Pills.  And' the great medicine  M������r#.  .O.ArtrOo.,  SXZ^CX^ BUCKINGHAM'S DYE  sama*AWBmmmgmmmmmmmm  W   NU  Mo  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E. B. EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains Heat and Keeps Out Cold.  Write for Samples and Prices  TBES 6 PERSSD,   Limited,   Agents,  Winnipeg. <r  ��������� I....U-'   '.i.���������..i.. 'JT.JJ. U.~-lJ.*U.���������i^XX 13  ���������**\Jt*WL ������������������ g - !IT' ..  ua*.u<ij.B  T:1  $     t������ yk_.__,__.  ��������� ���������::...       'i-t^.---���������.���������,. _,      ,% v&  ,. Tr..,���������...'  ���������i'CVt.'ri',    F������!f-1  It is not the first cost of ;t range which makes it cnet&p  or .expensive, but the amount of fuel it afterwards consumes.  Jf you buy a range a  few dollars cheaper than a  Kootenay, and ;it burns  from 15 to 25 per cent,  more fuel, what do you  gain ? Nothing;; but you  actually lose money, besides  putting up with all the  inconveniences of an old-  style range.  The Kootenay i.s equipped wjt.h every known device  for reducing the consumption of fuel.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.  9  t*  When in Ouikrlani  BTkY AT THE ,J...  YEM.OMK.  i:'T    Asa. Vow'j <u--fiov.fi  von Guests.  Yip-. ':-'.>,: is  >';i I'MKl- Wi'l'i!  Best Liquors and Cigars  R. S   R0RK3TS0N.  ooogo ooooooboooooor  o  o  c  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  p  o  o  o  o  c  A.3STX)  O I am  prepaid   to  q furnish Stylish R^gs  O and do Terrain?-,at  q reasonable rates,.  g D. KJ.LPAT&jCK  O CUMBERLAND!  ������ GODO.OOOOOOOOOOOO.0  o  o  c  o  o  o  o  o  FOB PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  SOLID GOLD WATCHES  SOLID GOLD CANES  DRESSING CASES  CUT GLASS and  STERLING SILVER,  Inscription Engraving free and  at  short notice.  STODDART.  Watchmaker   atd  Jeweller,  :       WILLIAMS BROS,  Liverv Stable  ; Teamsters and Draymen  : Single aniD D.o-uiJr.E rios  ��������� for Hirjs.    Aih Orders  ; Promptly  4t?&;nde:)  to.  . Third St,7 Cumberland,BC,  I. J, ferj"s  Nurseries   And   Greenhouses  3������10 WESTMINSTER ROAD,  VANCOUVER,     -   B.   C  Main nursery for Fruit Stock���������  South Vancouver, one mile south  of city. Branches at Victoria and  Matequi for Seed* and Nursery  Stock growing. Extra large planting for  fail   delivery.  Ono year apple, 4 to 6 feet, $10 to  $12 per 100; apple 2, 3 and 4 years  old, $18 to $20 per 100; Maynard  Plum $1 each  Large imporation of Bulbs from  Japan, Holland and France.  Extra nice choice of Cherry,  Peach, Plum, Apricots, etc., now  growing for fall order. No expense  loss or delay of fumigation or in,  spection.  Let me price your list before  placing your order. Catalogue  free. Greenhouse Plants, Floral  Work, Bee Supple. Fruit packages  Fertilizers, etc. Garden, Field and  Flower Seeds in season.  M.J.  HENRY  hole  Affev t  fl. i, DIUON.   .:  JLICENCED  AUCTIONEER   and  VALUATOR.  J&ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO..  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  For,CANDIES  Novelties,   Pictures,  Frames and cleaning:  oi frame So  23  JAPANESE  at a I/ow Price,  Wholesale aad Retail.  Swee1. and ������!lean .quality  5o lbs.....  ,..$2.65'  D.   HUNDEN  Cumberland  a-^a.^���������.11      111   11,1111   ot���������Mj.i  j   ji,,.!.- ������������������  Sale of Crown Granted   Mineral   Claims for Unpaid Taxes in  Comox  Assessment   District.  -O*-  -No. 5 Japtcwn,..... Cumberland B.  HOUSE CLEANING  Capable nun will Wash Windowt, Scrub-  floors, do General House Cleaning,   VVush  ,Clotho������ or Cook,  Terrps:���������15c per hour; $1.25 per (lay.  LOUsGKT  ���������Leave orrtors at Hunden's candy storo,  laaaiio Sipp factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST    ::   ON    ::   EARTH,  por Kaljsomining, Paper-hanging  .(Glazing  and    Painting.      See  rich'd. McGregor,  Cumberland Hotel.  Manufactured by  P. GABLE & CO., NANAIMO, B.C  * ���������-������������������'������������������ mn"^ iHiini.iMiiim.nwii i 11 ii i^Ti niiiin ^^Ji^^^^^������^;'_iM7>__  C. II. TARBELL,  High Grade Stoves  and all Kitchen Requirements  SPORTSMEN'S GOODS  & GENERAL HARDWARE  1 HEREBY GJ.VE NOTICE that on Monday the 6th flay of November, A.D., 1.905, at the hour of eleven  o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court, House, Cumberland, I shall offer for sale by Publio Auction the mineral  claims in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said lisu hereiiuifier set ouv������>f ���������whiuh Cr^vvn Grams  have been issued, for all unpaid taxps accrued due and. p.-.yablf ou ti e 30'1< xl-y of Juno JUU-V/or ncurui!,! duo  TT^"13ay������rjlin^  ing unpaid at the 30th day of June 19U5 and ior the expenses of advertising thi������ notica.  If the taxes and expenses of advertising, as ret out in suid list, are not paid to me on or,, before the d;ty of  sah the claims may be sold to the highest bidder, a'id a con voyage exeeated.to the purchaser if all right auij  interests in said claims legally alienated by the Crown by the down grants thereof.  In the event of there being no purchaser, or if the price offered shall not be sufficient lo p$y ;he taxes ancj  expenses of advertising, the lan4 shall absolutely revert to the Province, and the Crown grunts tht^of shall  be deemed void.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED,  Namk of Petvson.  llhodeB,  11.  m  <i  11.  ii  k  >i  11  11  DEsiniiraoN op  C^jji  THE  F, r: ��������� ���������~  SOUVENIR  FREE  SOUVENIR  Oov. JoimtoH ot Minn*.  toln tny.: "llisNorlli^tt  fnmlihc* th������ grwittit ynt-  SibillllcK, am] I Vnow r( no  m kK ������ E111 e in Ihnroujlllly  Com|������;tifni  tn  exploit  ih������  WiHliltM  1 (  lllll  rrgl'in  ft!  Tim Woim>'s Woric"  tint ycl ruthed inn. I'r������y  m*l������9 it not* ol thli. I  hlnMild nulicr not luvo ta  r������Kort to vlolenct."  FitirJiaM Exploration Syndioato  B.C. Exploration Syndioate  11 k "  11  11  11  11  11  Doupha Pine Mining Oo,  Fttirttold Exploration Syndioato  Hadlfly k Shaw  Riwllo'y, W.V.  Kudley & Shaw  Had ley, W.V  ltiulluy & Shaw  \V.tU:rl"ii, Lo' '2'2l>  Kuipiiror fraotion L it --7  Alexandra Lot 225  Highlaud Liwldio Lot 228  Duko Lot 229  JnbiluB frautio:i Lot 230  Duohess Lot 231  Dorotlia Morton Lot 2i53  OolOHRUB  Lnt -50  Rio Tinto Lot 257  Blue Bell Lot 258  I'nrtitgo Lot 25!)  OhumpnoHH fraotion Lot 2(50  Douglas Pino Loc 271  Dorothy Morton fruotiou Lot 300  H������rbnur Lot 353  Harbour fritotinn Lot 354  Volunteor Lot 355  Piouotion Loi. 350  Adam Lot 357  ���������   1  Unpaid  rtxpouaiH of  Tax oh  AiivertiHini;  $ 1,0 50  $   2 00  99 75  2 00  90 00  2 00  92 00  2 00  1)2 00  2 00  89 75  2 00  iot 00  2 00  12 50  2 00  ll 75  2 00  8 50  2 00  13 00  2 00  13 00  2 00  2 25  2 00  8 00  2 00  (100  2 00  5 75  2 00  2 50  2 00  12 25  13 00  12 75  2 00  2 00  2 00  TOTAL  $ 12 50  31 75  92 Ol)  94 Oi)  94 00  31 75  100 HO  14 50  13 75  10 50  15 00  15 00  4 25  10 00  0 00  7 75  4 50  U25  16 00  14 75  Dated at Cumberland,  6th Octobor, 1008,  JOHN BAIRD, Deputy Assessor,  Oomox Assessment District,  Cumberland Post Office  THE BIG SPECIAL AUGUST NUMBER OF  THE WORLD'S WORK        >  will dcncrihe the ninrvelotii development ������n������i (tit v&tit p<mihll'\i\tn of the  frrti. *i���������.,l,������������������ r. V,, .Miliar -,.���������������������!*������, r.'- ,-,.it .���������M.i-.frv nri"'"������'. -nrh a dr.Mnntlf1  utorvof prliirtvfinpnt and (>r<v*rr.N :i������tli:it u( thc WovfliA-ci.t, trum the t:.<|a,di"  ttun oi Ltwia Hiul '..Hilt to i im }!ic������Ht temcr.iii-.il at i'uitumi. i it;. VV oa������.o'������  Work nili pinuir, nnd ricscriha im ji,r������u intti'-tr'n-.i���������iniuiny;, Lr,nUig,  lun-Sertti'T v\i '"'-'.r. r, ft- 'i': ������������������. ?.nd ������wf'i,������!s; it?- r-oij>n\*r'-<* ������������������ iih ������h������ K-<������t: It'  r������t!tondi*t hori.f; i.sr"tntii#������uti������i*-n. B^ni'lpti,t������tiHyr������iit tits^rty.tttc v.*il! d������*H������ rihe  'The 1 cv-ri<- r**yr\ ���������'"firl- V'rnr.niltnn ?it P^H'.'".^  whh m������|>������, ph.ni >Tia|>hs and de:.rri;'(iv������: .in!'U*i. It ������vill !.,, u iicci'^.try  gui.ic aiui lur,di.i.i.k ii cvrryw.e who vblti thc Ex^i'in'.!, the U-ot  tuuveotr for tho*������ win i .r.nnt #o.  TV&. YSORUyS WORK.  dr*"i H* ln'!pirf.fton tro-������ thi������ t.-tric icil-jinitublit npiiit of profited th*t ha*  trnend >i -.I ������'i N,r *>v"f fi-yv i r-ih'ttni-i* to i "r-it rivi|t������rH fmjiire.  E������>h I'tmttii it dt;tft>i'f������ fhe v>tnl t'..'iw'. vi the v.miil ������ iiJ������ .md llu; in������n  v!v> ." i'mie<- '".������.���������. Hns hl'ti.r" o( rw own tii." "'< ���������'"'"I" iVnMri������������ed.  .ivirr Ytn-j'.y i.i mcJI*-:!' xv;i 2:-������..Id Head TV J '"'..MIS WORK  T*V\tr- f *    -,t ,������������������.   '���������'!..���������     .<--������������������;,. w-...'i if.| ;j..rnt*- ������.)��������������� su . hi In .-im; ". .<, ivH ������a1 jj'*">.  fix.  "F " ...,������������������.        . 4 ��������� I .    ;���������   ���������  * *v *   *"...,,,���������:'. . ���������   ��������� .  i M*>.   ��������� *- ���������' u������ * i ��������� ���������  rbiJi, .,.���������.������������������������������������ ��������� ���������  ������������������ > . -i rr*e.   M.'nvi.'.. -. ..  ;,0!j!ui:ri.vr, \ //������::. w ���������    :"'-' -v ti*it mi* st, Hiw York  To Cure a Cold in One Day  Tab. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, j* ml A  Seven Mlfflon bocei sold In put 1.9 months. This 8Jgnatnref V^> **��������� **yr  Cures Orlp  b)TwoD������ys.  en every  box. 2^  ii^IIIHUI   '������* i. iiiAfc*l'W������������.'������*������. f- f fJii-f-i* tf  -���������*mtmq$?*!*lef'-t*>****mi'������  Royal HtiuBehold Flour, Ib the  vory bofct made. Try it and your  own yoort imlnmont will tell ynu  tntit He groat succobs 1p duo to iiH  jjrc.it n.brit.  Use Royal Household Flour  $l.6o per sack  $6,556 per barrel.  At tho Big Store.   Cumberland.  Victo:  aalw  PHOENIX  BEER  '\,WI  The (irtnt Ahtgllmh Itrmeify,  A po-itUv������ cjirofor allforra* erf  ��������� .   .: ..re.,-, cm-  t.\-..:i n id* ttmt  44  ���������r.iJxJTu IJJui iXTiihxWarrv.lMhaiama^prr.  iiiftarliooi. Jn.ifn'incv. Milet-te ot A lnt-o or  I;/..-*', Mt ot vthhkieaA to Connnuiptloii,  .i fir rfri. tit ror fix One will W������������"M* *t������  ������������������nnt, rvu\i l������V AtldruiM^U.01���������������/���������������������������* '" ������{���������'���������������  Vi.i������W'aoU MovlWn������ CO.. VtntUor, Ont4^ici4  No Better Lnger Browed In Americn.  Tho Oldest Estnhliahod Brewery In British Columhla.  offices    Victoria R. Q. -THS  ������OUM������BRLiAND  NEWS  fiatmed gfregry Tuesday.  OT. B. ANDKRSG&,   >     - -1*     MGR  The coIuuidb of The News are open to all  flrho wish to expreaa therein views o matters of publio interest.  While w������ do aot hold onrselvos re'^onsi-  ble for the utterances of correspondent, we  eserve  the right   of   decliniug to inser  otnmanioatious unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY, October  25 1905  Nspiialt S; Nanaimo Kj  s.>A'0*ty af Nanaimo.'  <SaUs from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling -it   North Saanich  Cowichan Bay., Mapie Bay and Crofton  " when freight or passengers offer.  iLeaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  iLeayes 'Comox Wednesday, 5$, a.m., for  ���������Union (Bay .and Nanaimo.  Leaves N.tnaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  jLeskve-:'Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Na-  nainpo and way pons,  .'feftijpifcBm'Nanaiino Friday, 2 p.m., for  Viiptoria, dlling at Crofton, Maple  USay, Covvichan Ray and North Saan-  a,c#i when freight or passengers offer  %onh Stanich when tide and weather  conditions  penntt.  ���������VANCOUVER, - NAN AIMO ROUTE  S. S.     "JOAN"  {Sails from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily except  Sundavs.'.'  *BaiK :"ro������n Vancouver after arrival of C.  KR. train No. I. dail.. except Sun-  '~-~5day>T������t~![~1>",n-���������r-������������������:���������'-���������������������������   interesting     instructive  "correot^english-  how to use it.*  A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the  Use of English  Josephine Truck Baker, Editor.  Partial Contents for this Mojo&h.  Course in English for the Beginner*  Course in English for the Advanced (Pupil,  How to Increase Odp'h Vocabulary.  The Art of Couv*>in    <m.  Should and Would:    How ������o Urn- thojjju  Pronunciations {Cm tury in'.uwiitryL  Correct English ui thu tloine.  Correct English in the .-'-100I.  What to Say a'nri 'A'hat Not to Say.  Course in Letter- Writm j, and Punctuation.  Alphabetic list if A.bhiviationp..  Business English f������>r the Btui. <;<-< Man.  Compound Wordr   Hm to U'nw Thatn.  Studies in English Lit* ruuire.  BIM ���������'.' CllHWIffl  COURTENAY, B.C.,  TIME-TABLE   ICFPKCT1VE  APRIL   i:Vh,    1905.  VIOTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  fr5o.2-nH.ily. N.������. 4-Sin.  A.M i' ������������������������  i~)o 0 ������'0  Vict'iria .   ..  ���������������* y.28.  " 10.24.,  ��������������������������� 11 00  P M  " 12;>5,,  A*' 12.B8.  . .Cllithltaliim      .  .'K'������������'������ ig's. .. ���������  ���������Juneau's   .Naiiiiiiim   W'-.IUijini.  ,.. " ��������������� ������������������  ,    ���������'   5r-h  f M.  .  "   ������4:  Ar. OT)  WELLI J<-    -V TO VICTORIA.  JSo. 1���������ti til N.������ a-- fi'iudny  a. si,                                   A-M.  Qt, tiJiO WellloRton De. 3 li  ft   $.20 Nmiaiii.ii  "   3 1"  jiO.02....... .Uu.o.'.'h  ,. '���������   r>"  ������������������ 10.42......    Kmrg'    "   6   0  ** 11.88 , Ci'ldt.'.rwtu  "   ������.;-.  Ar 12M.... ...Viotoria  Ar 7.<'  Thousand Mi'e and Commutation T ���������  fcets on sale, good ovci rail and tste.u..- i  li,nes, at two and one-half cents per rnih  Special trains and iteamers for Kxcqr  pious, and i educed rues for parties ma  be arranged foi on application to ih  Traffic Manager.  'lhe Company reserves the ri^ht t'  ���������change without previous notice,s.eamer.-  .sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tit'kcis on Sale Irom and ti  ;ill Stations, good lor going journey Siii-  vurd.iy and  Sunday, rciuruiiig not laiei  .than Mondav,  Uko. L. Courtney,  Trullic .Manimer,  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and run  way cars ol tbo Union fiotlujrj  Company hy any porson r \m  Bona���������except irain crew���������ie striotl,\  jprohibiUjd, Employees uiv sub'  leot to dUmJJWtti for allowing huhj  liy ordor  FioNfT* o Mm i  $1 a Year.  Send lOo i'or 3arapl*<sopy  CORRECT ,ENGL1ML Evanstoa, IIL  Cumberland  Hotel������������������~  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE I  AND SECOND STREET, ,  CUMBERLAND   B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland Ite sure  and stay at the Cui������>berland  Hotel, First-Class Aecomodar  tion for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hal;  Run in Connection with  Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  Morrochi Bros,  :baeebs  DREA [T*Cn<eT a rrd"Pi1R"d7?iTveF"  ed daily to any part of 0;.t.y.  Giowies  FUL!   *'l'0 K OP  K,  EMDE,  gREEDER of-Hotetein Cattle, Chester White Pij-s���������   e.irred Plymouth  Rocka, &c.  . SMOKE ...  WaVerly Hotel :ftf  -CUBAN    BLOSSOM"  A UNION MADF. Clf.AR  FROM   THE���������  Cuban Cigar Factory  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FAEMERS PRICES.  M.-J. BOOTH, Proprietor,  First-Class Accoimnodation  ., ..at iiuusoUbUJt iwoXtii... .  BEST OF WTNES & LTQIIOU8.  S. SHORE,  PROl'IUETOR.  MtMfMMpaMMWAM  Uiii#  SSAMtjEl    CJ      3DJL."VI3,    Peopsjetoj  Kuslish 4 x BUltTQN always on tap ; also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������AnheuBor, Bohemian, Schlitz, ���������c. "OLD GREY BEAHU"  SOOXCtt WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boardwig *nd Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence cf Mas  Davitt, .will b;: found First-das* in every revpeut.  BATES,      ..       ..       ..       ..       ..       ..       $1 oo per day upwards.  1AKERY  A Fine Selection of CAKES   always  on  hand.  JSBSH B3/EAD every day-.  Orders for SPECIAL CAKES promptly attended to.  Bimsmr A?  8Ma  "i  GmoberlaiLd.  NANAIMO B.C.  The yearly return of the Bock Bwer season is   of interest lo the  brewer as well ne llie public, and the ' -.--���������  trrr&&GK--&gftft-PfjfrH9e4-  p������  6  H  01  H  &   .  ��������� H  CD t  as  Pi  1*1  rr.  <  <\  K'  <  H  Hi  ri  P  0  ui  <  CO  or  o  Ll  CO  LU  i  5  >���������  o  tikmMl*  <m,Ar*Mi*.t*i'i-Hl  3rd St   Cumberland  Will again nhow that special care Uu* been taken in the mai'iufaotKre of tbo sup-'rior  artiulo. The, Union !5i-vi>������i.); Co'a Book has bem b'eweed tor a cumber of monthH  and ulored in their fuiiou,* oellum uu nil i; has reached the proper agy, aud is now  ���������OH DRAUWHI AT ALL HOTELS.  m^tss^rS!tmrii'jtxiiai%tf^^  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRftT-OTiASS  CANDY. FRTflTS,  .CIGARS & TOBACCOS.  HARNESS  \l WILLARD is prepared to  Y ' tiU auy Orders tor Fine or  Heavy  HariK'bs,  at  bh������rl uotice.  WiLLARO ULOi'K,      Cumberland.  n.*.n.i..a iii.awmjffwWMy '  Bjvf.V   '" T"V=i  'Wm^r^B^m  iV'sa I'faL--tv.licn using STEVENS  AKMS���������hittinj; 13. U's-Eycs and bringing  ���������down your game. All requisite firearm virtues are embodied in our famous line of  illMt", PISTOLS and SHOTGUNS. How can  you l.elp hi.ting the mark when shooting a  S   T    E.   V   "E,    N    S ?  Ask youi dealer and in  sist ������a.������uxproducts. If  you ctnoot obtain thc  STEVliNS, we ship direct, express prepaid  =K^.*!>rSC*i^t=Qf^iEi������e=i=  Send 4 cents Fostapo for  new 1431������i:;e illustrated  STHVHNSbookj.lc-  scril'cs eniire outi������ut, all  a.ulitions; liints on sliot.t-  ;-.i-', a.uiuuni'.ion, etc.  tf a;i Jsyiue cover design  Jix^jLJiaMs   " IT CAN UK DONE!"���������that new and attractive  puzzle of ours, bin will keep y'jiijr'iessiiHx11111'1 >'������u  solve it. Try your luck these evenings.  It's free.  Send for it.  J.STEVEHSAilffiSAKDTOCLGO.  P. O. 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S, .vid at.  its own ������'Nj)fn������" and without  objuration uii your part, mmw  ln\l Iiom'   ll   !������������������������  IKit    Olll;������ |JI'HMlll|o,  'in: I'OtM'illv o'i.,i* hit 11111 i|������ ,!ij-  "(<r tun' u"i>i:iiitii 11, 11 it tin a |i.iur������  ly |>iiil ujijirenMiii:, imt ������uth ail  1 hi' <|i,inlKh'at������(i|in tn*i>t>'N.ry t*>  t'diu'iriiui ii U'"������'i ml '���������<',>'  Hiivcvotu't.t'iiifthfiiruwiiy  10 a k HuW?  ntornaticnnl Correspondenc  8 .1 ,;l , ^tri������nit}uPa,  Bt^x w-Yii Victor'h, a. 0.  tmtm  h  I -\   t-**:t-f*f-t    -'' ?��������� !-/  ATENTS  twAtnt MARKl*  CKBIOM,  OOfVWOHTl At*  Atwtme atmtnjm a *������t������ti_n������ i������n*ir������rti(in ram  rndil?'MMitaiii.fi������������,xwAfs., mImetiuonts  rfihuMf w������t������ntr������iir<.   t'imvntli>i)ml1i* cfrlt'tlr  " - * - MM1. OM������������i BWB.������y .rimttfttt, mm *<_������������������ ui.  irfe*.  W. MfT* xatuwcWti omen,  ta token lliximm H*W * W- mem  exs\  prfihulilf rat  in Antrim.  PaUtut t������kmi tin  fbeaxli vet** Ot tie  so.trr.no kmm%  ptaYy 'IwnW f*fr������������t '���������'���������wlitm ot  f^im-aXth '.a-i<-...J. *���������*������%. **K������*u^i^TeMi  )ti������ tam-ltt.    rorttir.i-ti ett\*i*m ami XiXMB  tm> uX i'ATr-rr* amt. fme.   XMrmi,       m  mm* *% co..  Ill HuMd*m ***** term  hbEnoineerino^  Mining journal  NOW IN ITS 39(h YEAR  Tbe loading mining periodical of  tho WofM, with %X\o aXx\>w*X *1U rial  ���������t&ff o( Mtjr (oonnloal pub������c*troii.  fiiibWrlfrtlon UM a yonr (UwIimI-  Ing V, *., 0an������41������B. Mmlcitn j><niiii������.������.  tempi* copy tito*. Bond for bonk  xVHuciixxon wrrn.it  f0������ Paett Strwtt. T4.w Vork  gmm   ml  Mm   faw  i  itn'i i  in  I'l     Wl   CDIU     III till I      ./lit,  "���������    'io������H- 1 ,!,n   ijii'dify  A. ���������   1   iu ,���������.  ,.  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M;.<������  iiiii Snjit     1; Ki^i- (���������; ,,,.1,1,  f.n-'Jl.i "IV                       i'l-|tl|,.t| I'lllUitl  "   . :���������: , >ii "... K. ,,���������,.  Tin-: Hudson's bay co.  "ty ..  0ITR������iu"aNti ac.:>:'!'::,  \  |l.|"linl,   J������.l. THERE'S NO PLEA THAT WILL SELL TEA LIKE  SUPERIOR "CUP DRAW."  I  CEYLON TEA Cannot Infuse Poorly.  The Quality  Won't  Allow It.  8otd only In Sealed Lead Packets.   40c, 50c, 60c per pound.    By all Grocers  HIGHEST AWARD AND GOLD MEDAL, ST. LOUIS, 1904.  HE TELLS TBEM  TO ASK THE 1.0. F.  JOHN J. BURNS CURED BY DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS.  He had Chronic Inflammation of the  Kidneys���������Says his Brother Foresters can Tell all About it.  Darnle::, P. E. L, Aug. 22 (special)���������  John J. Burns, a prominent member  oi' tho I. O. F., here, whose cure of  Chronic In^amrnation of the Loins  and Kidneys caused a sensation some  time ago, reports t'r-at he is still in  splendid bcakh. "Yes," says Mr.  Bums, "my c.ir? is entirely satisfactory. I have luui no trouble since I  user] Dodd's Kidney Pills. They drove  away the disease from which I suffered for eight years.  "No, I'll never forget Dodd's Kidney Pills. The doctor could not help  me. I got so bac1 I could scarcely,  walk, sit or sleep. 1 vas about to give  up entirely when an advertisement  led me to try Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Now I am in good health. Dodd's  Kidney,Pills saved my life." -  If any one doubts Mr. Burns' story,  lie simply refers them to his brother  Foresters. They all know how he  suffered and that Dodd's Kidney Pills  cured him.  BRITISH PRISONS BEST.  View of Tramp Ned Kishman Who Has  Been Incarcerated in 47 Dif-  _f.erent_Countr.ie8.^~���������^__--_  Ned Kishman, alas Texas Ed, alias  Brake Rod, alias Cinders, alias Globe  Trotting Tod, a tramp, who has been  arrested in more countries than any  other man on earth, is back in Chicago.  Kishman has carved his name on  railway stations all over the world,  and has established a record-of being  Incarcerated for vagrancy in the jails  af forty-seven different cou. .rics. He  has lost count of the number of ilme3  he has been arrested, but declares ho  baa viewed more than fourteen hundred  prisons from the viewpoint of the man  Inside. He has looked through the  bara upon the cities of the world, and  claims a record of traveling 223,4S5  miles without paying a cent of railway  tare.  He boasts that the only railroad fare  ha ever paid was from Hot Springs,  Ark., to Malvern Junction, approximately thlrty-flve miles, when he was  'too 111 to attempt to beat the road. Ho  '-figures that, had ho paid first-class  Cara for all tho riding he has done( ho  would have spent $572,858.  The man who has kept half a million  dollars out of tho pockets of share*  holders ln railways is a small, bronzed  man, probably forty-three years of ago,  Ha was born in Clinton County, Ohio,  and ran away from home nt tho ago of  fifteen. Ho has visited practically evory country on the globe and evory dls-  triot of tho United States since then,  and onca came within throe miles of  hia homo, which ho saw through a blur  of o-lndors whllo riding on tho rods of  a through express,  During his career of twenty^lght  jream Tortus T::d hnn nevr yet been  convtotc-d of a crlnv, nnd has only  twioe boon charged with crimen, and  thoto only bocuuse lie was gathered In  by the polico dragnets nft'T somo robbery or murder wlvn nil suaplclotw  dharacU������rn weru apprehended- Ho la  worth IS0.000 nnd owns a tract of farm  land near Highland, Clinton County,  Ohio, which wns loft him by relatives  Who dlwl. He could b" Independently  wealthy lf ho chose to go homo, but ho  refWMXi, and declares that ho will die  on tho rood,  IClshmun'M word on Jails Is of Interest IIo declares tho best prison system and the Ideal prlnon from all  point* Is a new municipal prison at  Bangkok, Slate, wher' hu spent three  weeks again* his will.  He declares tlv> United States pos-  ���������estina. to* a c.iiHH, the best and   the  DtiDlYS ''/,  b-lUtlMEVj  #/,, PILL'S    ,:"  ���������. ���������vi.kiDNI:Y f,c.  v.-. "!.��������� *!���������-"���������.Ar'l-A''-''  worst prisons in tne world. He cues  the Cook County (111.) Jail as a model  ln the United States, and the municipal  prison at Frankfort, Ky., and the calabooses at Hillsboro, Ohio, and at  Leseur, Minn., and Waycross, Ga., as  among the worst In which ho ha3 been  locked up.  'His comments on tho lack of system,  brutality and political control of American prisons are scathing.  British System Is Beet.  "The British system," sayB the champion tramp, "is one of the boat in tho  world, and tha prison administration  is undoubtedly the best. The public  works system means hard and healthy  labor. The cell system exists, but mostly the men work together, in brick  yards, on forts, or other public works,  I had the honor (and Great Britain the  benefit) of serving two months at  Dover, helping build a line of forts to  protect England as a result of having  been accused of cadging. It was there  that I learned quarrying and stone cutting, which added one more trade to  the twenty-three that I have learned  In prisons. The men get credit for exactly what they do���������they are paid, really, in lessening of sentences, and I  earned thirty days off out of ninety  days sentence by working hard.  "Perhaps the worst and most wicked Jail system in the world���������taken as  a whole���������I found in Portugal. The  Portuguese system makes beggars of  all prisoners, besides hardening all  prisoners and manufacturing criminals  rapidly.  "Mexico has advanced wonderfully In  the last fifteen years. When I first visited Mexico I had the honor to be arrested in Mexico City and thrown into  a dirty, overcrowded, disease ridden  hole, where all prisoners, most of them  In irons, were kept. Three years ago I  .was-again-arrested-ln-Mexico-Gity-and-  was pleased to note a vast improvement. The cellular system had been  adopted and the trades are taught At  Jalisco, where I served fifty4wo days,  a beautiful and humanitarian prison  has been built."  Perhaps the strangest adventure of  Klshman's prison career took place ln  Spain. He was arrested, charged with  vagrancy, whllo stealing a ride out of  Madrid, trying to reach the Mediterranean coast At that time ho had  nearly $800 In gold and silver with him,  picked up in beating a race at Paris.  "Soon after I was thrown Into the  prison," he says, "the prisoners were  taiiklng of a probable change in tho  management of the prison, and X  learned that lt ls tho custom there to  permit the Jailer to bid, and the highest bidder Is awarded the office.  Thore was nine othtrs ln the room,  each being forced to pay about eighteen cents a day to the Jailer or starve.  The auction was held in the main corridor, and through the cell doors we  could hoar threo men bidding for the  oflice of Jailer, eack calculating to rob  tho prisoners lf he got the plaoe, or  force their frlendB to pay him heavy  toll, The scono amused me, and, calling through the bars, I commenced to  bid against thom. The fun of the situation was good to me, but they didn't  see it, and they got madder and madder as I ran up tho price. Finally thoy  all quit bidding and I was mado Jailer  for ono year, b<lng forced to pay about  $200 in gold���������French gold���������for the position.  "They turned tho keys ovor to mo,  and for several weoks I ran tho prison,  releasing throo of my nlno companions  and holding the other six. I got tired  of tho Job and gavo It to an old cobbler  on tho next corner, who, I was sure,  would treat tho prisoners decently."  Kronco, according to Brake Rod, Is  a bad placo for Irampn, nnd tho prisons  aro extremely cruel paces of conilno-  ment. Mont of tho prisoners, ho says,  hopo to oscapo tho noinom" places ovn  at tho expenso of bolng deported to the  convict colony ln Now Caledonia. Germany, ho flftclaros ono of th* best prison count rlon In tho world, each prisoner of ovor three months being forced to  loam a trade.       _  MnalN In tho Dark Aores.  Fow rt'foroiifioa can lio found an to  ���������lie nnumor In which n im-iil was served  uud oaten during tint dark ngos. Ai  near uh we can lonni, iho soup wns put  iu u big bowl with oars, called a "porringer."   Thero wns seldom a spoon  for ofieh -yomriri    rpVififft ifh^ hod artonn.  dipped them Into tho pnrrl'hrw, nnd tho  liquid wns carried directly to onch  mouth. Those who woro without  spoons drunlc their soup from tho por-  ringer, holding It by ono of tlio cars,  nr e1������e VhiT'TitvimI -i  i-r,t,i,r\ nf ttir.tr "elfb  . ' -        - *- ���������  bor. ,,Tl.o meu to wore placed lu o largo  vessel in tho wntor of tho table. Each  person prwont at tlio meal picked out  with Ills tinners muh bits as he desired.  Ono or two knJveji answered for balf a  dowm guests. Those who woro without kniro.4 borrowed from those who  had thnrn. As n nilf������, the jn.e*t* at  table used th Ir otto knircs. There Is  no erldcne*) that napkins wvre supplied  to mie*t4 at this period. At any rate,  no mention U made of \h*m.     *  A JAW-BREAKER.  Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndr*  bwlllantysiliogogogpch.  The other day Mr. Justice Lawrence,  at Anglesey assizes, asked what the  letter "P. G." after the name Llanfair  meant, and was Informed by Bryn Roberts, M. P.���������we are not told how he  managed lt���������that it was abbreviation  for the village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyll-  gogerychwyrndrobwlllantysiliogogogoch  No wonder tha name ls known as the  "Englishman's jaw-break<?r."  ��������� According to Prof. Morris Jones of  Bangor University���������one of the greatest  authorities on Celtic etymology���������the  greater porOon of the name is probably  of comparatively recent invention,  "Iilanfalr-pwll-gwyngyll," being Us usual designation. Both the grammatical  for and accentuation of the remainder  of the long name, he says, show that  it consists otf si words, namely, goger,  chwyrn, drobwll Tysllio, Gogo, goch.  The following is a literary translation  of the whole name: Lian (the) church  fair (of) Mary, pwll (of the) pool,  gWyn gyll (of) whitehazels, gogor near,  Chwyrn (the) swift, drobwll whirlpool,  tysilio gogo (of) Tysilio Gogo, gosh  (the) red. Tysilio is the name of the  saint to whom the church of the ad-  Joining parish (Llandysiiio) is dedicated. The epithet "gogo" is obscure,  aud may mean, "of the cavo." A popular form of idocy on the part of the  public visiting Llanfair P. G. used to  bo to aend telegranjs in which the  whole namo wm more or less accurately written. ��������� But a long-sufftring  postoffice put a chock on this by charging 3 l-2d for the "long name," since  it is regarded authoritatively as composed of seven words.  "Llanfair," -writes a resident, "ls one  of God's beautiful spots. I hope some  day you will pay us a visit You will  novor forget it, and never regret it,  when once you have seen it and tasted  its beauties." One of the show places  of the neighborhood is Plas Newydd  (New Hail), the se,at of the Marquis of  Anglesey, overlooking the Menal"  Straits. Quite close to, and behind the  caatle, Is the crom lech.  Arflent Lover.  Kloseman���������I'm looking for another  glrL Object, matrimony. Ascum���������  Why, I thought Miss Pechls had accepted yon. Klosemnn���������So she did, but the  ring I had didn't fit her, so I've got to  And somebody else.  SICKLY CHILDREN  More children die during the hot  weather months than at any other  season of the year. Their vitality is  then at its lowest ebb, aud an attack  of diarrhoea, cholera infantum or  stomach trouble may prove fatal in  a few hours. For this reason no home  in which there are young children  should be without a box of Baby's  Own Tablets, which promptly cure all  stomach and bowel troubles. If the  Tablets are given to a well child  they will prevent these ailments and  keep the little one well and strong.  Mrs. Joseph T. Pigeon, Bryson, Que.,  says: "My little one was attacked  with oollc and diarrhoea, and I found  Baby's Own Tablets so satisfactory  that I would not now be without them  in tlie house." These Tablets not only  cure stomach troubles, but all the  minor ailments that afflict iufants and  young children, They contain no opiate or harmful drug, and may be given  with equal safety to the now born  baby or well grown child. Thoro are  imitations of this medicine and mothers should see that the words "Baby's  Own Tablots" and tho four-leaf clover with tbo child's head on each leaf  is found on tho wrapper around onch  box. As you value your child's lifo! do  not be persuaded to take a substitute  for Baby's Own*Tablets���������the pnb modicino that makes children well and  keeps thorn woll. Sold by all drug-  tfistM, or you can get Usom by mail :<\  25 cents a box by writing tho Dr.  Williams' Modicino Co,, Brockville,  Ont.  Harper's Woekly tells a story of a  Gorman whoso wife, seriously ill, wns  taken to a hospital I'or treatment, In  tho ovoning hor husband inquired how  sho was getting along, and was told  that sho was improving. This wont  on for somo tlmo, each day tho report being that his wifo was improving. Finally, ono night whon he called ho wns told that Ills wlfo waa (load.  Seeing Uio doctor, ho wont up to him  and said: 'Veil, doctor, vat did sho  dlo of���������Improvomonta?"  ?jK*  IM  Who   Have   Had   Splendid  Opportunities  in   Their  Practice  of  Testing  the merits of $  DR.   CHASE'S    OINTMENT.    '  Miss C Stanley-Jones, professional  masseuse and nurse, 2S3 Slmcoe  street, Toronto, Ont., writes:���������"In my  occupation as a nurse I have come  across many cases in which Dr.  Chase's Ointment has been used with  extraordinary results. One case I recall was that of a child of sixteen  months who was in a bad way with  scaly head. It was a really nasty  case, causing tlie child to suffer very  much and to be very troublesome. I  persuaded the mother to use Dr.  Chase's Ointment, and in ten days  the child was entirely cured.  "Another case was that of a lady  who was grealy troubled with Eczema on tbe face. The doctor was dosing her, with medicine which was doing no good.,   In this case cure was  effected in seven days with only one  box of Dr. Chase's Ointment. Both  of these cures were lasting."  Mrs. H. A. Loynes, nurse, Philips-  burg, Que* writes: "I consider Dr.  Chase's Ointment a perfect medicine.  I have used it myself and as a nurse  have recommended it in a good many  cases for itching piles. It always  gave perfect satisfaction iu every  case, and once people used it they  would not think of being without it  in the house,"  Dr. Chase's Ointment, GO cents a  box, at all dealers, or Edmanson,  Bates & Co., Toronto. To protect you  against imitations, the portrait and  signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the  famous receipt book author, are on  every box.  BSE  Hudson Tuttle, the Ohio lecturer,  made an address recently wherein he  described the pitfalls of the lecture  platform. "One pitfall," Mr. Tuttle  said, "is the unwise choice of examples and proofs. "A temperance lecturer wished to prove to his audience  the deadly power of whiskey. Accordingly he caused a drop of water  to be magnified and thrown upon a  magic lantern screen. The picture  was a terrible one. Worms bigger  than pythons, crabs bigger than elephants, spiders the size of a ship  fought together in the drop of water  like fiends in the infernal regions. The  lecturer now caused a drop of whiskey to be added to the water. "Watch  friends," he said, "watch the whis-  key-s effect." "The effect was marvellous. The liquor killed all those  ferocious horrors instantly. Their  vast claws and tentacles and feelers  stiffened. All became peaceful and  still. An old lady in the fropt row  whispered hoarsely in her husband's  ear:���������"Wall, Jabez; that settles me.  I'll never drink water again 'thout put-  tin' some whiskey in it."  $100 REWARD $100.  The read*��������� of this papar will bo pleased to learn  that there li at least one dreaded disease that aoienoe  has been able to cure' In aU its stages, and that ls  Oatarrh.   Hall's Oatarrh Onre ts tho only positive  ���������are now known to the medio*] fraternity.   Oatarrh  being a constitutional disease, requires a Wmstitu-  ������i~iliirooi,?ontJ. **}}' 0������t������wl������ bore I" taken internally, aetlwj directly on the blood and   mucous  * .$������  ���������.*"���������"  "w/.*������    ***w   F������w*-miurfl nave so muon  fc>������j������JnAta<>urntlve Powers that they offor One Hnn-  toef Dollars for any case that it fails to onre. Bend  for list of testimonials.  Address: P. J, CHENEY A Oa.. Toledo, O,  Sold by draggist* 7Bo.  Take Hall'a Family Pills for constipation,  Speaker Cannon is a great lover of  green corn. He boards at the Arlington, and one day took one of bis Illinois farmer constituents to dinner  with him. Cannon made his dinner on  green corn, eating seven ears. Tho  farmer asked him how much he paid  for board at the Arlington, and Cannon replied:���������-"Six dollars a day."  "Well," said tho farmer constituent,  "Joe, don't you think it would he  cheaper for you to board at a hvory  stable?"���������San Francisco, Cal.  he Keeley Cure  A Scientific  Remedy which has been  Skillfully   Administered   by   Medical  Specialists for the past 25 years.  All Correspondence Confidential.  133   OSBORNE   ST.,   FORT   ROUGE  WINNIPEG.  FOR  the: trade ofthe great west  OVERALLS, SMOCKS  and SHIRTS.  MADE TO FIT  and  MADE TO WEAR  Tested by Tlmo,���������In his Justly-celo-  hratod Pills Dr. Pnrmoloo. has given  to tho world ono of tho most unique  medicines offered to tho public in Into  years. Prepared to moot tho want of  a pill which could bo taken without  nanson, and that would purge wun-  out pnin, it has mot all requirements  ln that direction, audit is In gonoral  uso not only becaiiKC of those two  qualities, but, becanso it Is known to  possess alterative uud curative powers which placo it in tho front rank of  inodiclnoH.  "Yoh!" said tlio first oflice boy, disgustedly, "I had ter glvo up mo job  on account of tho now typowrltor  girl," "W'at was tho matter with  hor?" asked tho othor. "Aw! sho wuz  bo homely, it wuzn no fun llirtln' with  hor."  You will nover have Comfort and Satisfaction and Wearing Qualities In  your Working Clothes until you wear  HCing of fhe Road   Brand  ASK  YOUR   DEALER.  First Shoe Storo Clerk���������Women aro  so unreasonable. Second Ditto���������  That's right. A woman came in yesterday and said she wanted a shoo  that was both comfortable aud stylish.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria,  A whito-hoadod old French Canadian entorod a store adjoining tho poBt-  ofllco in a New Hampshire villago  and roquostod tlio aid of tho clerk in  addressing a,letter. "Ah want him  to go to mah nephew, Mis' Olivo Be-  doau, Franklin," said ho, producing  what had onco boon a square whlto  envelope "Suro. How do you spoil  ���������Bode'au' ?" asked tho clork, whoso  scholastic attainments did not embrace a vory oxtonBlvo acquaintance  with French surnames." "Do' 'no' how  to spoil OoUoutr ?" "No." "Wal,  don," and tho old man scratched his  head reflectively for somo seconds,  "you jes' make him 'Mis' Olivo Brad-  loy,' Dat lier namo ovor sonco sho bin  got marrio,."  Free Gifts of Toilet Soaps  Uft* SU79LIGXIT 30AJ? ������u������S SAVE THE COUPON*.  Tbe Coupona are the tame m ct������h because thty can to exchanged for Teilet  Soapi for which you have to pay out money every week.  Uteri of SUXLIGHT and CHEEftFUI. SOAPS enn & their TOILET  SOAPS for nothing.  Aik your grocer for particular* or write ui for Pitmlua Uit  A gift U of little value If It constat of sxuMthing you have nomefoT,  la exchange for Sunlight Soen Oflponi you can gtHociethingyeu need and  use every day.    LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED* TORONTO, CANADA. IN PRISON FOR DEBT
THE   WAY   THE   LAW   IS  MADE
FIT THE CASE IN ENGLAND.
TO
Row a Person Who Either Cannot or
WIU Not Pay What He Owes May
1   Be Thrust Into Jail Over and Over
',' Attain For ''Contempt of Court."
It Is commonly supposed that in
these days there is no imprisonment
for debt in England, but the supposition is wrong, both lu substance and
In fact.
True, the term "imprisonment for
debt" is done away with, perhaps because the debtor does not pay his debt
by going to prison, yet to prison he
goes for it all the same, although in
the eyes and in the phraseology of the
law he goes there for "contempt of
court," whereas in 00 per cent of such
cases the poor defaulter suffers his
6even, fourteen or twenty-eight days
"close confinement" solely because of
his inability to pay the monthly sum
ordered by the judge or the magistrate.
Nor, as already said, does the incarceration pay what is owing. For if the
creditor chooses to do so he can have
the debtor committed again immediately after one term has been served
end so on as long as the debtor lives,
because the judgment goes on forever
unless the amount of it be paid.
But a second commitment on the
same judgment is very rare.
At the jail in a certain eastern county, where the writer of this article
6pent fourteen days, he was not received quite as a felon would be, but
decidedly not as a nonlawbreaker
Bhould be received and treated.
The time of arrival was 2 p. m.
He had no dinner, so after his pockets had been emptied and the articles
tabulated he was given six ounces of
brown bread and four ounces of "Harriet Lane"���L e., tinned Australian
mutton.
He was then put Into a "receiving
cell," eight feet by four feet six inches,
with a concrete floor six feet below the
level of the earth and decidedly damp,
as was proved by the wet salt kept
there for the prisoner's use.
__THoJ^urs later he was removed to
another re^TyTng~cllT~tbls~tinJe""Witb-a-
wooden floor, twelve feet long and six
fqet wide. At 0 o'clock there came hia
supper, a pint of weak oatmeal gruel
and eight ounces of tho ubiquitous
brown bread���the staple article of diet
and the best.
His bed was a two Inch thick mattress of cocoanut fiber laid on three
boards supported on crosspieces about
three inches from tho floor.
Tho bedclothes wero ample, but the
pillow and bed boards were of a decidedly hard naturo.
At a quarter to 8 a loud bell rang
to go to bed, and at 8 o'clock the gas
(in a small hole In tho wall and shut
out of the coll by a ploco of thick corrugated glass) was turned out. All
debtors got this treatment.
On the following morning at 7:30
thero camo broakt'ast���a pint of weak
tea and eight ounces of tho brown
bread.  Then tho doctor called.
"Are you all right?"
"Yes, thank you," And tho door
banged liko a clap of thunder.
Then camo tho chaplain, a clergyman from outside, rather old, much
crabbed and certainly unfit for his post
Ho snappod like a terrier with toothache, yot thoro was a growl ln bis snap,
"TJmpbl  What are you hero for?"
; "Debt"
"Debt! Umph! Why don't you bo
honest and pay your debts?" And tho
door banged loudor than beforo. Finally camo tho governor ou bis dally
round of inspection.
A day's routino was simply tbls: Up
nt tho ring of a bell at 6:45, dross ln
tho dark; thon camo lights, beds and
nodding woro put away, colls and corridor swept and dustod and cell utensils
cleaned; at T:80 breakfast, each prisoner being then locked in his coll til!
8:30, at which tlmo all woro mustered
and marched to chapel.
Thon from chapol to colls again, to bo
locked Id until tho governor mado his
smart paco round of inspection, saying as he sped past ouch cell door,
"Any complaints V" but ono had to bo
thoro a week beforo tho two words became clear enough to bo understood.
When ho had gono all tbo dobtors
woro put Into a room to pick cocoanut
llbor. Then camo an hour's oxerolHo
ln a laruo yard, aftor that dlnnor and
nnothor locking in till 1:30 p. m., foi-
lowcl]  by  UlltHUC.   ..uu.'a  tAtivLc  V.V.'l
xmnts uUi iil.hhsg sip to r.:?.0 M R-.RR
thoro was tea, when each man was
again locked in till 0 o'clock noxt mom-
Inst.
Tho debtors wtro allowed to spook
to meu oiu�� mh'Jio %*���'%. Mv.!. i.:.d ��t "v
orclno; tboy woro their own clothes tf
thoy wished to; thoro was no stipulated amount of work to bo dono, ond
horo ended tlio only practical differences botwoen them and tho lawbreakers la Uio othor pnrt of tho prison.
ence is due to tne tact tnat tne .English
language comes from two great sources,
some words being Germanic and others
Latin. For the Germanic roots add
"er" in "worker," while the Latin roots
add "or" in "frictor." There is the Germanic "speaker" and the Latin "orator," And no one would dream of writing either of a "makor" or of a "ere-
ater." _
THE PASSENGER PIGEON.
BATTXE OF THE THAMES.
i torn* r.nellah Wordi.
VThy la ono who bets a "better,",
while a man who ostimatea is an *��sti
mntor," and what is it that causes so
An    Interesting    Description   of   Bird
Common in Canada Decades Ago.
I have been thinking for some time
of sending you a description of the
passenger pigeon. No doubt, many of
your readers havo never seen this bird,
and have no idea of the countless numbers seen by the early settlers. I write
this sketch to recall to the memory
of some of our early settlers, and also
to give to our young natural history
students agt Idea of a bird so very
numerous forty years ago, and which
ls destined ere long to become totally
extinct
The passenger pigeon ls a handsome
bird, belonging to the same family as
the dove, and ha/, been noted for Its
vast migrations ln North America. The
mala bird ls much brighter Dlumaged
tnan tne female, and noticeaDiy larger. The breast and extending to the
middle Is of a distinctly light brick red;
the back variegated slate and bluish.
The head and part of the neck are
beautifully iridescent; the beak soft
and slightly curved; the eyes mild and
bright, with red Iris, and having a fold
of skin which the bird can put over
the eye like a winker, whereby the
danger of Injiiry ls much lessened ln
its flight through the thick woods. Its
length ls about seventeen Inches, and
the wing about eight and a half inches,
and lt Is capable of flying rapidly
through a thick forest, turning and
dodging past obstructions with great
ease, and able to take very long flights,
sustaining them for nearly a day at
more than locomotive speed, or about
sixty miles an hour. It lives entirely
on vegetable matter, such as fruits,
gTain, nuts, seeds, bulbs and plants. 1
have taken from the crop of one more
than a good handful of beechnuts,
which would be packed so1 tightly that
lt must have seriously Incommoded Its
flight. When nuts and grain are scarce
they will eat nearly anything in the
vegetable line, such as buds, tender
shoots, grasses and some kinds of fungi. Although I have taken all I have
named and more from their crops, I
_&_Q._ riot recollect seeing any animal remains, such as "worms ~or���InsS5tS~of"
which most birds are so fond. Mild
and peaceable ln a marked degree, It
seldom���I might safely say never���
shows any sign of fight onless in defence of Its young, and Is an easy prey
to all carnlvbra.
The passenger pigeon ls gregarious
ln Its habits, living in enormous communities, whose numbers would baffle
the wildest calculation, and to tell only
tho bare truth it ls likely the writer
will be charged by your readers with
extravagant exaggeration.
In their migratory flights, as I have
soen them here, they were usually flying northward In spring, or in the
breeding season, going and returning
their feeding grounds. Theso migrations
often extended over some weeks, and
In such numbers at times that, speaking loosely, as peoplo often do, the sky
was literally covered,
To see them when most numerous,
as they flew angling across Lake
Huron, the shadows of the great flocks
wore distinctly reflected on tho clear
waters, like passing clouds, and to say
that one-third of the visible expanse
was covered with pigeons would not
be disputed by an onlooker. Could ws
not bo mistaken? I answer no, Whero
they camo from or whore they woro
going none of us could tell, but thero
woro tho great flocks, ono after anothor, each one comprising up to many
thousands. For hours they would be
no apparent abatement, and when
evening camo they would alight on tho
trees, and then go to the ground to
mako a meal of what suited their
tastes, and wero r<sady to start noxt
morning, shortly after good daylight,
on thoir northward Journey. Bluo
hawks often flow with thom, and would
pick a, plgoon from amongst them, and
retlr�� to a convenient placo to devour
It.���Written for Tho Globe's Naturo
Notes, by William Wolsh, Kincardine.
To Tunnel Mont Blsnef
M, Gauthlor's scheme is to open &
yot quicker moans of communication,
flrst of all, with Switzerland. This
would bo provided by tunnollng tho
Fauollto pass, an onginooring work
estimated to cost $23,000,000 and to
tako flvo yoars, Tho second and moro
sensational part of tho scheme is tho
proposod continuation of tho lino from
Goaova, via Chamonlx, through the
Mont Diane to Aosta, thus connecting
witb all tho Italian system, Tho magnitude of such an ontorpriso us tun-
noting Mont Blano rathor tokos one's
broatn away, but tho project is said
to have boon already woll thought out
and elaboratod in detail, u wuum cut-
Uluiy ho a Bl_n;,lli: i-ivht'tne for
Franco, as it would probably dlvort
half tho traflle of tho 8t. Gothard and
Simplon routos to French railways.���
Paris Lottor to London Telegraph.
Bngllth In England.
Constablo���And th�� prisoner salda
washup, oa how somobody had blown
thn gafT. Hia Worship���What doos that
moan? Constable���-Why, given him
away, your washup, Iliu Worship���And
what may thit moan r'.inw'nhlo���Why,
rounded on him, air. Hia \v����n��hlp���l
am f-1III l^nnrnnt of ymir TiK'tmlmr, my
man. Constable���Why, y*r wa��hup, bo
tnaant as how somebody had peached
on him; squealed, y r wophup- W*
Worshlp�����What language aro you
speaking, constable?   <jShRtab!e���HrtK-
Important Historic Event���Neglect, of
a True Friend of Britain in
The Hour of Peril.
The following lines clipped from a
late newspaper form a reminder of an
important historic event and of the
neglect of a true friend of Britain in
the hour of peril and failure to recognize the services of a brave Indian
alley:
Tecumseh.
1813-1905.
Full ninety years have sped since that
dark hour
When, "mid war's fierce flame and wild
alarms,
Foremost among the nation's sons In
arms,
Tecumseh died.   Since then in golden
dower
Blessings have crowned   ua.   Now   a
bright array
Of wealth, ln men and cities, fields and
gold,
Is ours.   Yet from tha stormy days ot
old
There lingers still one mighty debt to
pay.
Eternal granite tow*rtng to the skies
Should fitly witness his eternal fame,
Who with his country nobly strives and
dies.
Instead���well may we blush with honest shame!���
Tecumseh died the nation's life to save,
This ls  his monument���an unmarked
gravel
���Victor Laurlston.
CllUOwou wiui uumniOu  ocuoc auu  nuur
or, he is not the man to take his
knightly honors too seriously. Shortly
after receiving his title he exclaimed
to a group of friends:
"This 'Sir William' business Is very
fine, but I'd like to hear what the boys
down In Chicago will have to Bay about
it They used to call me just plain
BilLM
A WOMAN'S WIT.
TIGERS OF CHINA.
= |W
Battle of the Thames.
The battle of the Thames was fought
In October, 1813.   Flfty-nlna years ago
there stood on the roadside   on    the
Longswoods road a little   log   school-
house; a few rods away stood a wayside tavern called the Tecumseh house,
marked by a swinging sign with   the
rude painting of an Indian on it   Th*
spot is situated about two miles as the
crow files from Thamesvllle, that is. the
Thamesvllel of that day, which was a
hamlet on the Longswoods   road,   tbe
traveled route at that time from the
west to London, jdamllton, and other
places east   The Thamesylllo of to-day
Is on the Great Western Railway, now
the Grand Trunk which had not at that
time been buttt   or   apparently   been
thought ot The little schoolhouse stood
within a few feet of where Tecumseh
waa killed.   The writer in 1846 taught
Young Canada in that little schoolhouse."
Right there was the   Battle   of   the
Thames fought.   Gen. Proctor, with a
.fewjM^la^andji^body^f^Indians under Tecumseh had been fetrSatlrrg~be'
fore tha large forces of Americans under Gen. Harrison, uutll this spot was
reached, when Tecumseh,    it is Sftld,
positively refused to    retreat   further,
but resolved to mako a stand in defence
of the Indian settlement of Moravian-
town, about a mile further up the river.
Death of Tecumseh.
The spot was well chosen for   defence.  The surrounding   oountry   was
covered with primevlal forest trees, the
only approach to lt being   the   road.
Thero was a sandy ridge running westward and on the side next the road a
black ash swale.     Behind this ridge
Tecumseh and his men had erected a
rudo breast works of logs.  Proctor had
ono  field  piece   pointing   down   the
rood; but the story goes in the locality
that ho had retreated before the Amer-
loans had arrived, and not a shot was
fired.   As the Kentuckian a   advanced
along tho road thinking   tho   Indians
wero farther east and that thoy would
outflank them,   rushed   through   the
swale, but instoad came directly on Te-
cumsoh's position and thoro tho Indians
fought and many of thero woro killed,
among them their great chief, whoso
body ls Bald to hava boen mutilated by
thoso Kentucky riflemen. After Tecum-
sch's death and tho scattering of his
men ln tho woods, Gen. Harrison made
no serious attempt to ponotrate   much
farther Into the country, but soon retired again to Detroit.
8sw ths Great Chief,
The lato Mr, Cornwall who had a
small saw and grist mill at Thames-
villo whon tho writer was teaching in
tho neighborhood said ho was a small
boy at the tlmo of tho battle, and ths
evening boforo tho battle, as ho was
ln tho woods looking after tho cows,
ho came right on Tecumseh's camp.
Ths Indians had killed a cow and wero
cooking steaks for supper. He said
Tooumsoh was a line tall man, wearing
an oflloor's sash, and had around his
nook a ribbon ou which was suspended
a largo sllvar medal. Mr. Cornwall
said Tooumsoh could speak English
and spoke kindly to him, patting him
on the head. Many havo wondored that
while monumontti havo boen erected to
tbo memory of othors, porhaps loss do-
serving, this great Indian chtof has
boon treated with nogleot. It Is doubtful U any ono knows tho location of
his grava The story thoro at tho
tlmo is that his braves carried the
body away Into tho woods leaving no
mark where thoy loft it Tho stogo
always made a stop at the Tcounuwb
house, oa tho battle ground and tho
Americans who woro passing through
ths oountry, uui u������ bur....*.-, ���>..��
umdo W.C4 out %t \h<".n, t\" ���o\\\'ox\\re
of thoir visit to tho placo of an Amor-
loan victory ovor a faw Indians.
tt 9erve��l Her AVell When the Stagecoach Holdup Came.
A good illustration of the quick wit
of a woman appears in the following
incident of the old coaching days of the
far west The man of the tale does not
show off in the b��st of lights and did
not deserve his reward. The coach
was on its way over a lonely road and
carried among its passengers a lady
going to join her husband and a man
traveling by himself.
"I have $1,000 in my pocketbook,"
confided the lone traveler to the lady,
"and I feel very uneasy. Would you
mind concealing lt in your '���������ess? lf
we are held up they aro less likely to
search you."
Tho lady consented and hid the roll
of bills. Toward evening the shout of
"Throw up your hands!" brought the
coach to a standstill, and four mon,
masked and on horseback, demanded
at the point of the pistol that all money
should be Immediately given up. The
lone traveler passed over all his remaining cash, Consisting of a few dollars, and was congratulating himself
on his escape when, to bis horror, he
heard the lady say:
"I have a thousand dollars hero, but
I suppose I must give lt up." And
without further hesitation she handed
over the .precious pile of greenbacks.
The robbers rode off in high good humor, but as soon bb they were gone the
traveler let loose his wrath. He abused
the lady ln no measured terms and
hardly stopped short of calling her a
coward. The accused said little, but
when'the end of the Journey was reached she invited the angry man to her
house.
"I shall have to accept" ho said sulkily. "I haven't a cent In tthe world
through your stupidity."
As he was dressing for dinner that
night his host came to his room.
"Here ls the thousand dollars," he
^arSiwKich"Tay~wife~ventured-to-bor--
row. You see, she had $20,000 hid In
her gown, and she thought if she gave
up your thousand it ���would save further
search. Thank you for the loan, which
saved me a heavy loss."
Tire Ea��e With Which One WIU Carry
Off a Dead Pig.
Amoy is'an island city on the China,
coast near Formosa. There are mountains" west of Amoy, and, according to
a correspondent, there are tigers ia
them. "These tigers lead an easy and
independent life in the caves and dens
which abound. They come out of these
every evening just as the shadows
creep over the land aud the blue mists
rise from the lower ground and hide tho
hills. Then the inhabitants get within,
their houses and keep the door between,
them and these savage brutes. Many.
a poor woman coming witb water from
the well or a farmer delayed too long
In the fields has fallen victim to them.
The n'ghts are spent by the tigers In
foraging, and the foxes aud wildcats
that roam the hills and the dogs \yx the
village become their prey.
"There Is nothing, however, that
gives the tigers such supreme delight
as tho capture of a good sized pig.
They are truly Chinese in their tastea
ln this respect. One of these-animals
will go at a steady trot with a dead pig
thrown over its back up the sides of
steep hills, jumping over huge bowlders and taking cross cuts over the
most Inaccessible ground. The physical strength of a tiger is something
enormous, and Its capacity for devouiv
ing large quantities of food is scarcely,
less amazing."
THE TALL HAT IN INDIA.
Its
Reign   in   Even   More   DeapottQ
Than It In In England.
From noon till 1:30 p. m. is the calling hour, and, though Calcutta even in
winter is a bot place, no man who Is
not an outer barbarian will walk Into
a drawing room without a tall silk hat
in his hand. Should he drive round in et
dog cart to pay his calls, the man
wears a helmet or a "sola tope," whilo
he drives, pulls up at a house door,
asks whether "tbe gate Is shut," and,
if told that it is not, nuts on a silk hat,
which the syce produces from a hatbox carried under the seat, and goes' in
to pay his call. Another Instance of tho
British worship of the tall hat, wbich
the natives consider an Interesting
form of piety, is to be seen at the Calcutta races on the day of the Viceroy's
-cup>_Qri_tha,t_ocgELsion the lawns and
BITS FROM THE WRITERS.
A great love ls the next best thing to
a great faith.���Ellen Glasgow.
The centenarian is a man who has
mistaken quantity for quallty.���Barry
Pain.
Probably woman expects less of life
and In that sense may be said to be
more fortunate.���Lady Violet Grevllle.
It is a defect of our educational system that we aro not started in life
with the habit of happlness.-Sarah
Grand.
Life is very scrappy. Look how our
meals break up tbe day. Why can we
not eat for threo hours and be dono
���with it for a week?���Mrs. Humphry.
Numbers of people smllo without being amused. * ��� ��� To smllo broadly is their notion of gentlemanly behavior and good breedlng.-Robert
Hlchens.
Toot9 naturally sing, like birds, In
tho springtime of thoir lives; tho cares
of this world sllonce thom or mako us
rathor anxious tbat thoy should bo silent
paddock are thronged by people as
smartly dressed as can be seen In the
royal Inclosure at Ascot, but during tho
early hours' of the afternoon all the
men wear helmets. Directly the sun
dips toward the horizon all the "bearers" of the helmet hatted men may be
seen outside the palings of the grand
stand Inclosure, jumping up like terriers to catch sight of their masters*
each with a carefully brushed silk hat
he has brought for his employer to put
on.���London Onlooker.
. C:dv.
BOOTH AND BARRETT.     ���
not CroM Dan Memorial.
At Broraloy-by-Bow Is a public bouse
with the sign of "The Widow's Son,"
and thero a curious old custom is
maintained. Onco tho tavern was kopt
by a widow with on only son. Ho
started on a soo voyage on a Oood Friday and promised that bo would bo
back by that dly in tlio following
year. Ho did not come, but for yoars
tho mother kopt bor promiso to prepare
a hot cross bun for his return. Each
year sbo lived tho anxious mother ob-
served tho custom, which bas been
maintained by successive hosts und
hostesses of tho Inn ever since. Now,
as for long tlmo past, "within Its guest
chambor may bo soon old oaken raf-
tors wltli buns hung up botwocn."-
Lcndon Standard.
many words like these to differ In the ,     _��� .    ���.        ,     _, ,
eWm of their hat eTllnhlea* . a   ��" ���' W �����*<*':*����** ���*
grammarian explains tbat Uio litter- *  ��
Sir William Van Horn*
Wnilaw C  vnri Horn*,   one of the
world's great railroad mon, began   his
earoer a* a tslegraph operator In Chicago, says Success   He rapidly roso to
high pianos in railroading, and to tho
early 80's hs had attained such a repxy
tatloo In the buelnom that Lord Strutlv
ormn, tbo flnanel#r of the project to construct tha Canadian  i'octtio Hallway, j
seloctod ths young Amort can as gcm>ral |
manager and cMnt ot th�� building upm* ,
atlona.    IIo was so successful in this < acnulttoti,"
work and rendt-red nuch Important sor>
vtca to the Dominion of Canada ln push.
Nobody Wna Off��nd��d,
A Michigan congressman tells this
MlUi i ,
"A ctrlr.Sn cWtti of try dtatrM wn��
called npon to defend a mon who had
noundly whipped a worthless individual. Ho had boon Indicted for assault
und battery, 'contrary to tho peaco and
uiMnlJ v��4 t��v. j>v.v��/** ui HLI.'.o?" '  ^'n
lawyer contended that the prosecution
could not hopo to convict unk'ns tlio
entln�� allegation was proved, 'We ud-
mlt tho assault and battery,' h�� said,
���but wo deny that It was contrary to
tho in-nce and dignity of tho jxwplo of
Mlcblgau.*
"TV Jury oo held, aad tly�� fo'W wns
now the Drench Between These Two
Great Actom Occurred.
The great breach In the friendship
between Edwin Booth and Lawrence
Barrett occurred when Barrett was
playing "Tbo Man o' Alrleo" in
Booth's theater In New York city. Tho
piece did not draw, and Booth decldooV-
to have It discontinued. So (as be afterward told of the incident) ho broached tlie subject to Barrett, who lmra&��
dlately grew angry. "Do you mean to1
say that I can't play It?" he demanded
hotly. Booth assured him in a conciliatory way tbat he guvo tbo first part-'
fairly, but not tho last. In n greater
passion than ever, Barrett repeated,
"Do you moan to say that I can't play
It?" Booth, still trying to not offend
hlro, Baid, "I don't think you have quite
worked into tho last act." Thon Bai*
rctt's fury burst Its bounds, and bo terminated s torront of Invective wltb tbe
remark: "Your father's woaknoss and
your brother's crime placed you whoro
you are. But I will llvo to seo you la
tho gutter ond will stand above you."
In spite of this tho two grow to ba
friends again ond starred In tho combination that drow Uio biggest houses of
tlio time.
Chimney Stnclu,
The broad brimmed fctone and Iron
capplng.i which ono hops on the chimney stacks In tiu'iiufucturlQg district*
are not thoro for moro ornamentation*
for thoy serve aa Important purpose.
On th* opposite aide est the stack to
that upon which tho wind may bo blowing a psrtlal rscuum Is formed, down
which the smoke would descend woro
It not for tho brim of thi�� cap blocking
Uio way. A chimney stack without a
j brim ou tlio top wuum umiuufgn ,t*
RUlufc* lU hu,,c ��U:t(a au, ��w..>w tl..l*��*t)
down ouo side.
tog the railroad acrons her vast ozpansa .  noax~I>o  yon   believe  tin-  oftleo
to the Pacific Ocean that In ltat Qu��n
tYIltorJA frnilht*d him.    Preeminently
the utaom *m*km the M����-
���hmild w��k tho man?   Joax -Tho i..%
ofjco   generally   does.
A Hoimonnhlf Prav����ttlnn.
Kumpor���You ow. mo jaiuxio, which
yon sny yoti can't pay. Why Hon t you
murry Miss OldgiiiV SIio'm worth
twico that amount. .Tnmpor-No; 1
can't do that. Hut you might marry.
her yourself and pay me the dlflVrenoa,
I*r��M��f,
ninks-Youn^ funs* M'hioun ban- insomnia, do they? Splnks-Nonnensel
My baby is only Ave w<*ks old. ami
he's got tho worst case l ever saw.���
Exchange. .��� , MmX^samaia^Kx vjt in.yff'w ���
i j��<itWWi��^i^|iW,pUt|ijnu> mn^wmiWM.wittMfiiJmii-,^111 ijiiinpi ig��jti,%Mi)M.'w#���
WWWMH^M'Wff i"  W^
1 <^AT THE CORNER STORE��*        ��
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You. will find the mo.-H Complete line of
| Rubber goods,   Rain Coats
and Shoes
li
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^C for Men* Women and Children in the district, W
See our Mens Extra Heavy Duck Gum Boot, snag and ^
crack proof, at $7.60 J|
This is $ guaranteed boot and will give you satisfaction   every day.   (M
In Blankets our range is most complete. J|
We have them at $2.50 a pair and the direct imported W
/jlCOibeh. Blankets from $5.50 a pair to $8.50 a  pair. m)l
Also at  $3.00,   $3 75,   $4.00,   $4.50,   and   $5 00   a   pai,. ���
RIGQS & WHYTE.
���&" Advertisers who want their ad
p imaged, should get copy in. by
9 i.in. day before issue.
- The Editor will not be responsible for the
views, sentiments, or any errors of composi"
tion of letter correspondents.
(BEL. $. an&euson, /iDgr.
Job Work Strictly C. O. D.
Transient Ads Cash in Advance.
ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Subscription   $2 ooa year
The "Enterprise" clobbers over
the Victoria "Week ' and tells it it
is "always right" and in return,
getaa alapon the^-hack.���fmm���tlie.
pWeek". ]?unny that a grit sheet
should thus adulate a conservative
prgati. It js al?o worthy of remark
that the "Week" not so long ago,
made a violent attack on the action
of the Nanaimo miners jp getting
produce Irom Cowichan farmers in
whioh it was corrected and rather
/severly censured by many leading
newspapers. Evidently notwitji
standing, the "Enterprise" coincides
in the''Weeks" view of the affair,
while still pretending to be a 'work
jng man'a paper'.
 -0 r-
came over with Kurtz, Nephew, of
Redferns, on Sunday, entered the
store about the time of closing up
on Tuepday. Kurtz and H. Red-
fern were also in the store but claim
they are not im plica ed being in-
toxicaied being in,ox;c.ued at the
time and if fUdfern took the rings
they must have placed in his pocket in this state. He is very penitent and will leave it severely alone
in future.   No arrest will follow.
Nanaimo, 23rd���Harry Smith
was brought before the Magistrate
the morning charged with indecent.
There is too  great   a   tendency
among certain publio   servants   in
this town to discharge public affairs
privately, they seem to be afraid to
let the public know when a   meeting ie going to be held, and the business is seldom ever published   un-
leSB by chance a rumor is circulated that a certain board met  on   a
(Certain date, but an to the business
tranwacted uo one knows except one
or two in the "ring",   'there should
be no secrecy about   such   affaire,
unleeB those transacting  the  busi-
riORH are tloing something thoy  are
doing hom^'thing they uio ashamed
to let the public l.tt.u about.   Council meeting* his  duly   advertised,
Why not meeiinga  ui'   the  Boliopl
Board, Hu.-pital or others connect*
ed with tin* affair* of tho city.   Sumo
oinoiulH evidently do not know what
their duiy ia to ihe pci pio thoy aro
appointed to ��*rvo.
��������� -o ���
On Thursday la��t a .son was horn
to .Mr and Mru J Hon ury.
Hon JtiJ und Mru DunHrnuir with
Mrs DunHinuir'* broth, r Mr Se;irle��
and wife visitor Cumberland on
thoir way north Friday lam.
Sunday will bu ChildrwuV Dny
at Grace Method^ riv-v^    0}*\h\
rwn�� k'ivu'.^ *.:\\\ \,v \jL.]{\ u^aium
and evening
The luuiuigers of the MaKpiernde
Ball failed��i>ner through ignorance
or dmeour e*y to extend thu uhu.i!
J'rcbB invitit ion hence \x e aiu u,table
to mako a report.
"assault, pleaded gnilty and was
semenced to 1 years imprisonment.
Vancouver, 23rd���An attempt
was made today to rob the midway
Eastern Township Bank. Manager
Moe early la?t night noticed three
.suspiciouspersons around and went
for the police. Reluming to the
Bank he found the men crouched
under the window and he immediately opened lire on them, the robbers returned fire. One robber was
budly wounded hut his companion
got away. A panel in the Bank
had been chiseled out.
Tangier, 23rd���The cruiser Path��
finder has arrived with the British
officers who were captured by the
Moroccan tribes.
Nanaimo, 23rd��� While endeavoring to tow off a boom of logs near
Nanooge Bays last night the Che
mainus lumber Cos. Str. DuiHy
went ashore. She floated off high
tide.   Slightly damaged.    *
Nanaimo, 23rd���The G ulf of Geor
gia fishing Co. hnve purchased tbe
35 ton schooner Wishkn now Iving
in Victoria. She ib lu bo etiuij.iped
with boilers and engines and will
be put on t)>e Nanuimo Seattle run
during tho herring Benson making
a daily trip with fresh lieh to Seat"
tie
Wichita, 23rd���Formcr congroafl-
man Jerry SimpHon died thia morning.
After many year<? of West;
cm experience jn Rubber
F .twear. and with the en-
tiro field of Canadian manu.
|j f icturcrs open to Uis, we
have selected
Maple Leaf
Rubbers
as ihe most satisfactory
brand fc* both dealer and
consumer in this proviso >.���
They possess all thr: qualities of material, style, fit-
finish and durability characteristic of good Rubbers.
And are more serviceable
under Western climatic conditions.
Just ask your dealer for
them.
If he hasn't them he'll get them if
you ask him���but he surely has them.
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DIAMOND   RING
YALUB   $75-OO
GIVEN   AWAY
On CHRISTMAS.   One chance for every DOLLAR, Cash
Purchase, from Sept  13th.
��� Ring' now  on  viow at my store.���
Vanguard ��27 00
\ppleton Trooy & Oo.   ��20 00
17 Jewelled nickel Wabham, ?10 00
15 Jewelled Wdtham, 16 00
Solid Gold VVawfeed,  b*<li��a & Gonts.
Solid Gold Chains,  Lockets,  Bruooheu.
Diamond wid Precioutt Stone Rings.
Qn;idrup'i�� nnd Platod Silveiware.
Scrliiig Silverware. /^
Rogers Flatware, fr
Gui.Glitw aad Luather Goods.       " #���>
Everything  at   Eastorn   Prices* ��'
t
*��
<�� Watchmaker and Jeweller.
P.    STODDART
All Engraving Free.
J
 ���-o���  ���
Victoria, 2.Jid���The >i* thniivinrl
dollar.-- worth of diamond rintf��
rlu<��n frtMii i'i. iv. llcdh-ru-   ,*������... ;?-.
w J
tAoro hav" bw'ii rt-covm^ J in V*��;.
couver in'bo hoii.-e ut a wuiniin
named Mauti Mithows.   Th��'   w-*
ji.-all   W.'l"     �����(����     Hpprel-.-ntl.^ y     ���"���';���
1 WOLF STORY
The C. P. 11. exploration party
which were operating near Camp-
I b��m Itivur, biiiuti lew Uayn ago went
into winter quartern at homo, after
feovernl months work in the woods.
8|>eaking of tho 'rip,   one   of  tho
nnrtv ro1nt����l< o thrill!���<�����   wi��,ai.>M,,
��".*'-������-'
with wolves on the QtihiH.im.
Thc guide ind two packers, thoxc
JiiHt a couple of yoiuigNuifiimoitcs,
while resting on the   trail   paw   a
! :!',.'' .'.'ia'T h'.'.a!. t..-,,-t tluM* ahi'ilii.
and a little hitcr, -o t-intiilor ���r��',<��
Ti.eguidw to ..-ii. ..not tho big miv,
vi.uii gctM'iir '*. -hi.t, but f.iiliii^: tu
score. 'lnt.tunt'> the wood* rani.
\*,y\\ v;<���>\s���^*', louYiog, si muse   I.U
LIMITED.
Sel'ijig: Agonis   Vancouver B.C.
of the animals could ba   obtained.
Returning to tne place he had  left
his companions,���only a few yards,
the guide found their packs, bnt no
men, when a faint cry caused    him
to hole up, and each   hugging   the
trunk of a hemlook tree,   at   some
twenty feet from the ground,   were
the two poor fellows, who came   to
earth and explained that thev had
been set upon by a band of   savage
wolves, and literally chased up  the
Tr7esT~~0neTrfTKem~in���support  of
���hip theory of the viciousness of oui
wolves, related a. harrowing ule of
how a man at Nanaimo Lakes had
tied his horse to a tree, and   whon
returning after several hours   fi*h
ing, was set upon and   nearly   devoured by an immense  wolf,   who
appeared suddenly from the  interior of the hor.se, he havinj? first killed poor Dobbin and eaten for him
Keif a   sanctuary   internally  a   la
Bronze Bull.   However tne   much
hunied m^n were finally induced to
resume their loads and proceed * *
��
It is reported that the land in
that neighbothood is extremely fertile * * *
One of the same party was successful fu bagging a small bull elk,
the last day of their stay in the
woods.   The animal come  out   on
tho main road near Oyster River,
o  ������
The Great Jtiiigliah Hewedy,
A pooitlvQ euro for all forms of
rvii>w Sox'iial Woaknofls, Montal and
iimuun Min a uuu Hraln Worry, Jhlmta��iosia, finer*
mntorrhoi'.a, Tssipotcncu, KJl'oold of Ahttm or
lixoorta, nil o( wlUoli loud lo OonHunii'lion,
lnUrinlty, Ini.aulfcyuudau oiiily ltuvo. I'rloo
h per pkff.. hIi for $5. Ono will jiIohno, hIx will
euro, mid hy all druKtrlstfl or iimllcd I n ijl'iiii
Miukaffuon ronolpbot nrloo. Wrllnfor Vamplilot,
Tho Wood Modloln* Oo.i Wladuor, Oaloirio.
CUMBERLAND
Meat Market
Choicest Meats
.Supplied at Lowest Market ?diets
Vegetables
A Groat Vorloty will  alwaya bo
in stook ;   alio a supply of
Fresh Fish
wilt    1y<   nil  Site   i��,rryi>   ^'c'.:,    ,.Ij,
     a -
Your patronage la oordiully invited, and
all order* will bo promptly delivered.
Koyal Barfk of,Carfada
Capital (paid up), ..$3,000,000
Reserve Fund .3,000,000
Undivided Profits,     303,743
T. E. KENNY. President. E. L. PEASE, General Manage*
_~"      ~      BRANCH AT~ClJMBERLAND,""=rT~ '
Savings Bank Department:--Deposit* of $1 aud upwards received; Interest allowed at cun ent rules, compounded twioe each year on 30th June and 31at December.
Drafts ou all points bought and sold.
A. P, WILSON, Manager.
OFFICE HOURS   10 to 3;    Saturday 10 to 12; open  Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9p.m
Cook's Cotton Root Compound
The only snfo effectual monthly
medicine on which women oan
depend. Sold in two degrees of
strength���No. 1, for ordinary
cases, U per box; No. 2, 10 degrees stronger for Special
Oas^s, $3 per bos. Sold by all
drriooists. Ask for Cook's Cotton ftoot Compound; take no
substitute.
The Cook Medioino Co.,     Windsor, Ontario.
have been pursuing. I fee] that I caunot
too strongly mention such a commendable/
dairy exhibit, and to me it is evidence that
that the people of British Columbia are
anxious to improve and take advantage of
the absistance the local Government is so
geneioihly extending
Ynurn faithfully,
���Signed-W'.JT.a. Wilson
found his place had been entered
when he went home from town
ahout. 10 o'clock Saturday night.
Goods of all torts were scattpred
a boot the place, the thieves evident
ly having made a hurried search
for money which however they
-f a Hed-,ro-fiird7^ort
that L'mip had hi? nay stiffly in
his je:m�� at the ime. Louis npen
discovering What had been done,
laised an aluini by firing several
shots from a revolver.
Later, ?ome time early on Sunday morn in a, the pr��mi��ei of Y.
Masa, a Japanese storekeeper on 5
road, waseu'er^d nnd $9ti in eush
tnken from the lill.'als* ?4L50 from
the clothing of a ! oarder. . '
The hame nielli   -Louis Tapella's
place wuh burglarized und a trunk
nd eont"nfH removed a nd Iihh  not
yet. I) en recovered,     !Nocash   was
obtMined herr-
A Jupauefco at No 1 during the
fame ni��ht wa^ awakened by hearing ���-"���v:.v movement. He looked into ihe lux1 room but seeing not Ling
went to bed n^ain, Next morning
he found that the house had been-
entered by means of a ladder and
upper window. The depredatois
no doubt flew when thoy heard him
moving nbout,
Early Monday mominp boarders
ot L:ii Yuen's place in Chinatown
heard footsteps in the ftore below
and upon do sending found that
t-omeone had been in and had hurriedly decamped upon healing move
mente above.
In theso two last cnseB nothing
x\iXrt taken. Though the operations
of the thieves havo horetotoro boon
confined to the outskirts it will be
weJl for people to keep a good look-
out for iho eulpnis may get bolder
and aim higher.
j= fvlcPhee & Son
IHtOl'UIKTOUS.
im,
t     The pay day crop ot   bim'taries
' w;ip untMsually >nrgo tbini month.
l.-i.ii* NueniJm , ft *��f*rm.Hi iiviitf
im ui-.Aiiw jhmiihL ,��M not a sJ^^jt k in v. cubm  nftar  No,  o  J..j,tvwii
Tho following letter is most flattering to the butler makers of B.C.
nnd to the work of the Dent, of Agriculture in dairy instruction
Duncans, (M, 17, 1905.
MrJ.R, Anderxtn,
Uoputy Mm, nf ARrloalturo,
Viotoria B.C.
Doar Mr Anderson:���
Sinon noting in tho
capa:'.ty cf Ja'S' rf ���.!;. .!u'.,v y.vl��J.. J,
tin- T-Pinlr.ifn I'.vhll^tii.n at Jtaov \Vi'Ji!jj.j,'j-
��Ler, I foil tliat I cannot pursuit, thu oupor-
tonuy to pa*, without complimcntini you
and thu people ut Uritinh Columbia ou tha
quality and unilormitv of mich n latno and
iplcudid oxhihit, Out uf.It eatriu< only a
fow of thu in untred nnd��r 00 pointu out of a
total for porftctlon of 100, Iho dairy imd
the ortsaincity butter stood high in point nf
oxceliemjo, and tliu entiru exhibit allowed
m irf.-j of nl>i!if.y on t o jurt of tin aultcr.
Th. Ilwour too, which i* ohiof amoug the
(.mut.* on wun-ii iiutuir it Hound, ��a* good
t.>roagh<iut. I -in mMy .ay that the *>st-
hibll ma* thf fi.t I .uvo ever judged, aud
I Aoicau.tuud Um: it* high and uniform
qtuiity fihii'ly, if act fclraoit wbulL dn��
{ , ���;]��������� itton olmg -ij.fi->- 'Jl-.h iu, ttw v,o'-x:^
tho l>>viu :ut Mw^��rtni��nt of Agrioultoro
JS .Alii  "TTE  jlsk:
JUST it chance io show you that
we always pleme our customer*
by supplying tnem ��ith.,the liijJMT '
N1EATS at the lowest msrket
prices. A trial order will convince
you.
THE   CITY
Meat   Market,
W. W. McKAY, Proprietor.
mtimmimiimii'mw
A Guaranteed Oure'*'for Piles.
Itching, Blind, Blending or Protruding
PiIbb. DriiggUM i of und inon��y ii PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any oaHO, no mat
iflr of how Idnft standiiiu, in 6 :o 14 diiyji,
First application gives e .so imd rest. 60es
If your (ini(2tfi"t hasn't it send COo in stiiiip*
iuul it will bo .oiwu'dud port-paid by Paria
Modicino Co., St. Louis, Mo,
iMf* mm* IIWWWIIMIiWWWBWIII^WMMMWIIMMi^tWMM^
GO  TO
CARET
The TAILOR
for your next Suit ol clothes*
������Look  at theeo Pri cob���
Pants   $3,00 up
Suits   IjllSOO np
Overcoat- $12*50 up
Style, Fit and Workmanship
Guaranteed,
DAV18   BLOOK.
TO OTJHE A QQJ.D IN ONE DAY
TA LAXATIVH ItltOMO QU1N1NK *f��b.
luU. Ail drugginU refund thu mouey jf it
faili to cure, K, W, Grovo'a aignatura ii
ou eaoh box,   25o.
������������������������������������������������������������������
I Do You Want!
A PIANO?
Wc Can Save
Money For You
ISItInm
I Fletcher faros
|     93 GOV'T  8TREET
| Victoria, B.C.
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