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The Cumberland News Sep 27, 1905

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 >������HU".HU'lii|.lJL,  ������tfa4������vfmmmwff  ��������� ..������������������������������������'���������������  ��������� ULlVl 111    }JP*m*m  ��������� wmju-.f   .... ."       t.-L  _4?J- --  ������������������Ci  TWELFTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   B. C.   WEDlVESDA^'SEPTp^i^;,   1905  i.'ji   _,iy ������'  In  All Departments  Fall  Wipt  Goods  In Endless Variety.  m k Co.  LIMITED-  \  r  te*^\fmme*f^MWm*mm,  I  Nicholles & ftenouf, Ld.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. O.   . . .������������������ ^ __w,  J    Just received luge shipment of  |      ^ Jl IRON ".AGKB.  CULTIVATORS,   PF.RO n������lT.r>,   WMKKL HOES, Bro.  ��������� VRHV I,ATKST IMPIU'VKMKNTS  Cull and boo Chem or write for catalogued und prices.  Telephone 80. Bole Agents for B.O. P.O. Drawer 60S  ill.*-"A* >���������*':.'  M  WlllilllllillF  T~���������"I  oonnlder������ble to tha onrulul haunukaepor,  Here is a  ohanoe to lave a little on that Iron Bedstead you  promised yourself so long ago, ""������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������P1'  Enamelled IRON BEDS.  Mij.j-j.iiiu>. .1 u 1..��������� iwwfwiiwwwii i.jiiiwiijibu iiiuimmi     ������������������"   '      mmhjwm'uu jjwi.j.wljiji  Brut Tritnmtd, head 00 i inoh< 1 high, beautifully finiihed in Or������nm sud  Gold, Pink ond Gold, Blue end Gold, .Ift.Gioi. tmUtt. Oini, wide���������$111 oa,  Iiraii Trimmed Iron BoiUtoadi, head C2J inobee high, finiihed Dull Blaok  and Gold, ift, Oini,......,,,.,...,...,........  ..$90 eaoh,  1  ii  1 wn ���������������������������   '������������������������������������iiiw���������iW���������^nmpm������  hwim���������W������������������*���������!������������������������������������ ���������   ������**. iw���������^���������i���������w^���������>������w< ��������� '���������" "���������"'"'*  8end for Illustrated sheets of iron and Brass Beds.  Our general catalog. 230 pages,  Free on request.  I;   w 1:11 iv: H 15 R o s   1  ���������I    ' iiomi ' null 1 Art 1. < miii tumh 1 vh 1������', - vKioniA.a c: .. I1  HOSPITAL gp^CjBBT-  '������������������?������������������ The Concert given: hf thf iCcaaox  troupe under Urn JJvrape Smith's  leadership wae a huge Success in  poilit of atuwlat.jje, which will  jcneari a substantial wtU towards  'l.o Uuspital treusuiy; The ��������� programme was both ������ musing and.  entertainiug. Mr ftjotite's trombone  sold being a gem,; while the highland fling danced by Miss Kath*  leed Kehoe was loudly a^y lauded.  Tiie sung and chorus ���������'Society'' was  a drawing card, the young ladies  being cum pelled to respoiid to an  .encore. There weie several,. new  uuimbers an the programme, among  others Mr Uhisburg favored the  audience with ah old German foJk  boi.g. i tie cocoiid pare :ui the ' program ui������j consisted of a*'farce en*  liiied "Ici on Parle Francais'* hi*  which .oyojfty- potior ikxottiiojiiiilhsd  thenteeivYiif very creditably. The  Hobpual'board and ladies auxiliary  ^Nprve the ihantcs of everyone tor  their efforts ih assisting f;t6 .^liake  the concert iht financial; suc-vess  tliat it. vyas/ Tlaufca aiti: iitisy ' due  t^Af)W,{5mit"h and ihe you% lauieo  aiiu gfentleiiieu of OuuWx. lur the  AutivV part they took iu assisting  a worthy institution.  WFIESTt.lNG  A Match has been arrihged tb  take uisMie on 23rd Oct. between  '���������Cuddy''JohnBion and (jeo, tiray,  the articled of agitifiUiciit being as  follows.  Cumberland; P C.  Sept. 21et 1905  ThiP^is'tocertify���������triat-John���������It-  Johtiniou, anu lieu, Gray mutually  ..Dixo iu wtstlB ior oue hundred  Uo.lais ($1,00) a side, winner lo  title* all, uiidor lhe lolloping con  d������ti������iim viz���������  I Yin fa.i li* logo vern the niatch., .  ' "JjTio wrestle h^tl^o^utitif'tlvrefc  * fa.J*v  5 In the evenl of either roan re*  fu.-inglo wiesue, the other mail- to  take the fv!p 00 forfeit money   ���������-  4 Match l'> lakeplace   011   Mou  duy the 23rd duy ot October.  Witness        It. Strang  J. Humphrey  J. MoLeod  Jno, R. McLeod intake holder  Local and Personal  Misfl iRr Jackson, a   niece of (he j  late S.oidy  Ciarksifn,, is   visaing:  Miss Ethel Walker.,.'/.'  , A call at A M Tarbejl's Stove  and Hardware Store for prices will  convince you tha. is the place to;  get your Heaters and Hansen.,, and.  have them put up in the right and  proper way.  Rev Lashley Hall and Tt. Ross-  Napier were pagmngers to Cumberland ou Thursday .last.  Have you seeu iiie neWflnittinery  at the Big Store? ��������� :; "  Mr and Mrs Chas Ellis left pa  last Wedne^cjlyiy morning for Portland :Lo":"������igfe,'yi the Kspo.*ilion  They will visit the New Westminster Ex hi i-i tion with Mr and  Mrs L. Mounce on the return home.  ���������' Cail^jad see Our Mens and Boys  Kail Suits, equal to tailor made at  half the price. Napier & Partridge.  Bobby Thompson went to Nanaimo un Friday morning lo consult  Dr Hogle about his injured leg.  Mr and Mrs 0 H. Iteclmflr drove  to Nanaiojo ou Sunday.' morning,  They willipr*'ceed to N������w Went*-  minster to yitdt the Kxhibitiuu.  Owing to ill health Mr Ross  Napier will retire from the firm of  Napier & Partridge Mr Napier  has just   returned   from   Victoria  .. JUST:ARRIVED "ATiTHB  CASH STOREl  100 Patterns to choose from,  2 Double Bolls for 25ctaf upwards.  House Lining, Mixed Pants,  50 Shades ������*-���������*  Alabastim*^ ,E iam������l-,    Stains,   ViirnUh,  vVbA������ng.^ra8heB. eto.  " .;    ���������, ��������� /���������. ��������� ' m  ' "T^BATE, *  DUNflillliR AVi;; Cumberland  jy '���������  i*t. ',  - 1905 -  w  sicians wlio recunjmeud a complete  rest from all busiiieas cures. Tho  lirm will saciifiue their immense  valuable btocli from uow until date  of uwholuuou. Enormous d.acoUutu  foriuwh' will be givenAou everything except Fiour, Feed and Sugar,  House Lining and    Wall   Paper   at  Cheap John's.  (SiD������!a)  AUCTION SALE  of about 30,000 feet Rough Lumber,,  red fir  On Tuesday Ootoher 3rd 1905  At T>r Beadnall's Ranch Comox  i By direction of Mr H. Smith  ������Balenro^ommence^at-2r-p*nj\-  sharp  H. A. Dilloh  AUCTIONEER Cumberland B. C.  -O-r-  Judge Harrison paid the city and  district an official visit last Tues^  day reinrniW? ^ Viciorla on FrU  day.  ROBBERY IN CAMP  Saturday night, some one entered  tbe dwelling of John Pirozzana, or  Duca as he is better known by, and  stole the sum of $127.80; Information was given as soon as possible  and Con. Thompson visited the  plate, but up to (hepresent, no pus*  clue (o the identity of tne thief pre  sAtits iteelf. It was evidently the  work of a person well acquainted  ' witb the premises.  H* to. B. Shearwater arrived in  Comox harbour Friday evening.  She left uguiu for Vancouver ye������������  terday, to he present at the New  Westminster fair.  n;   t,-*  ���������QJ&  JUST   OPENED  New Good*! New Goods!  We, nre agents for thi celebrated  ���������'Souvenir" heatere andcoofcetovea.  W������ have tlwaya ft large ittxjk of  theee good* on hand., which we shall  be plettetf to e^ow you. SJwpn  I^eieer and Co. Ltd., Cumberland.  T.E. Kate hai jn������t receive^ t ton, 9?  Special values in Blankets at the  Biij Kiore.  Potaiiten ll.oo per taok at Napier  M Puririilge  .SBE "thi SA.LB WW'' W  PAGE {,  8H00TINUC0IDENT  Lait W^dnesdiy, young Wilfred  Smith, son of Mr R. J. Smllh of  Comox Road, while out looking for  grouse near tha house, met with an  accident by the gun dUobarging ai  he waa climbing ������!*g. ,hft "harjie  (eariug away Uw>������op������ of tpp thumb  and two fingers of hti right hand,  The lad had evidently not known  of, or forgotten the hunter������' maxim  of keeping the body away irom the  gun jnuarle. The injury wai treated by the Mwn surgeon* *ad the  patient ii now doing well.  PASSENGERS LAST NIGHT  Maura R, Hayward, C. G.Cavtl.  ���������ky.G. *. Robion,F. H. ^taiiok,  JaaHjarvey witb Mn and Muter  Hiytey, J% B. Mcf^an, Mn Mo  Iyea% aod femil* ajpd. W������ ^J*WIk  A large consignment of  LINOLEUMS  Oft. and 12ft. wide @ 50c por square yard.  Direct from the manufacturer.s, a full line of  WATERPROOF GOATS  in all the Newest Styles and Shades.   Prices, as usual,  the Lowest.  New Flannellettes   and  Wrapperette  Cloths.  Direct from Qrnat Britain  Navy Surge*,  Ywceds  and Dress Good*.  NAPIER w PARTRIDGE sXV&^V.^     *M^$\  IT"   TAKES   LESS  Ceylon Tea to make a satisfactory infusion than any other tea on  the continent.  Black,   IVUxod   or   Green.  8������?d Only   In Lead Packets. 40c, 50c,   60c,. By   all   Grocers.  HIGHEST AWARD ST. LOUIS, 1904.  WIGS BANISHED IN B.O.  "VENERABLE    USAGE    OF   BENCH  PASSES FROM CANADA.  iPacific Province Judges Tamely Submit to a Demand That They Surrender the Insignia of Their Rank and  Office���������Other English Customs Hon-  ������rad in British Columbia Which Are  Wot Observed in Other Provinces.  British Columbia is the only Province  which has preserved the old English  *������stom which obliges judges to wear  ���������xrsgs. With the first week of April was  aborted the first wigless sitting of the  Sritish Columbia Appeal Court. This  ���������was the result of an enactment abol-  flaoning ihe wig, passed at the last ses--  ttfort oi the Legislature. The reason for  ���������t&d������ odd piece of legislation we do not  TawfW, although one need not seek far  Jfiw arguments against the practice,  says the Mall and Empire. At the same  "tSaie we are surprised that the judges  JB? a Province which so keenly regards  XngUsh precedent in all matters should  tenely submit to a demand that they  tra'rrender the Insignia of their rank and  fiiffics. This, apparently, they have  iffibne; and thus passes ^way from Can-  ������.d$ a venerable usage of the bench.  English Customs In the West,  British   Columbia   ls   not,   however,  jwithout other customs drawn from the  spiritual relation. The poetical Imagination of the writers, as ln the eighteenth Psalm, clothed Cod in the material forms of the storm and the earthquake, for that language was^ ever the  most vivid to convey the conception of  God to tha finite mind. The gross early  ideas of sacrifice were emphatically reproved by the later writers, who taught  the value of the sacrifice ot penitent  and contrite spirits .  ������������������������Id Country, but not h^noreanfr^tKer  'Provinces.   In British Columbia, as In  England, the rule of the road is "Keep  ft������ the left and you're sure to be right."  '&������ we had this custom here, all trafllo  SRofcag down Ton go street would be on  ���������������i,'������ east  side  of  the  street,  and    all  ftraffto    west-bound    on    King    street  would be on tho south sido of   that  thoroughfare.    Tho advantage of this  "Sismotice lies ln  the fact that as the  driver sits on tha right side   of   the  vehicle, he will bo better able to meet  eatd pass other conveyances.    In rail*  w&T-i this rulo    is   almost   universal,  .toother English    custom   in    British  Ccflumbia   affects   the   publication   of  morning newspapers.    Acting on the  '������taary that   the   real   work   for  any  Ofiren issue ls done on the    previous  ������fay, In'"'tbe Pacific Province thero Is no  Jtoday morning    papor.     Thero    ls,  Biowever, ono on Sunday, for which tho  ���������(fork Is dono on Saturday.   These traditions   are   jealously   preserved,   al-  tftiwrgh their learned friend,   tho  wig,  Han vanished from among them.  Tradition* of the Bench.  We do not fear that tho British Col-  m'ibiti, judiciary will suffer In Influence  sn<i dignity by tho loss of its horse  8>Ri!\ although lt   must   be   admitted  afeat not lonjr ago a Judgo ln that Fro-  utece mado hlmsolf ridiculous In the  (wsy ho handled a contempt case,   This  wa������ merely an unpleasant exception to  (Mwi  cutaullHhed   precedent  of   fearless  UtAlmosa which has distinguished Brit-  fo\h Columbia judgos,   When court waa  ijtrjt held there under judgoa who revived their appointment under   English  warrant,  thero  wore  few  IWtlnh  tvojucts west of tho Rock Irs.    By far  !.������������   ,'.ivilomlna1lnfr   ohMivnt   wns   tho  .f*nwk:an bad  mnn,    although    thoro  were many AimrlMins of n )aw-nbltllng  ������ypf������.   ThoHo, combining with thu ('ana-  .<iar,������, under iho dlronilon of ono or two  aotatilo Judges,   mado   war   upon   th������  wtitchy, ond   coon    hud    tho   country  s.fvrrtj of thom,   Bo It enuso to   prmH  *AitU at n tlmo whon a tra v lor In tho  "Vvutt-rn Slates owed hiu oxl������lcnoa to  ���������m m'bUlly to shoot straight nnd speed-  Ay, ho nilfc'ht go anywhere In British  ���������tVjhmibla  nml   nover  nee  a   won pon.  'Xhti reform wiih brought nbout with-  mt recourse to lynch law, nnd of It  n'ho British   Columbia Judiciary   mny  well bo proud,   Th* tradition l������ moro  wihiaMe nnd honorable than ovon that  arf tho wig.  The Wigleit English Judgti,  ine Wig and the Coif.  Paradoxical as it may seem, the wig  dies hard, because lt ls so old. Strictly  speaking it came in after the Restoration, and has ever since been worn  on the English bench, but the ivearing  of a judicial cap is of earlier origin,  and dates back as far as English  courts of justice. It Is not the wig itself which is the judge's proper Insignia, but the coif, which is probably a  survival of the time when priests were  lawyers. The coif is a small piece of  lace which was worn by judges before  the advent of the wig. Members of the  judiciary desiring to be fashionable,  and yet not daring to conceal the  sacred coif, were driven to the expedient of having a hole cut through the  top of the wig, so that the coif might  show. In the Lord Chief Justice's wig  to-day may be seen a round space covered by black silk. This is the mark  of the coif which has since disappeared.  It is worth noting that the only time a  coif could be concealed was when the  judge, pronouncing sentence, donned  the black cap, and that the original intention of this solemn ceremony was  to hide the coif, not the face of the  Judge. In connection with this custom,  it is interesting to observe that when  an English judge attends State functions in his official capacity he ls re-  QUlred to carry with him the black  cap.  The Gowns and the Lapel.  In the black silk gowns of King's  counsel we have a memorial of the  death of a daughter of James II-   The  courts went Into mourning, and ths  juniors, not having a distinctive garb  Jftfcjthajjfonetjwere_qulck _to fasten on  the black gownTTo wWch~thW���������hTtve~  clung ever since, ��������� though the acute  stage of their loyal grief must havo  passed ere this. In the triangular lapel  which hangs from the back of the Junior's gown we have a vestige of tho  golden age when lawyers gavo their services freely. The piece of cloth waa  originally a pocket In which clients  were wont to surreptitiously Insert  their fees, much against the lawyer's  will, we may bo sure. Every frill and  furbelow, every form and ceremony In  a court has Its explanation, and how*  ever useless any of them may seem today, let ua not forgot that there waa  a time when it served a useiui ana  perhaps an important purpose.  A BIBLE IN  MINIATURE.  Scarcity of   Codfish.  Reports just to hand Indicate that  extremely high prices aro being paid  for bank codfish at Halifax which, by  the way, is the largest fishing centre  on the Atlantio coast. The enormous  prico of $6.25 per.quintal waa paid for  a cargo of bank cod from Lunenburg,  N. S��������� recently, which lt Is stated Is  tho highest price paid for this class of  flsh for a nurrtber of years.  This condition of affairs Is not confined to Canadian waters. By referring  to the Norwegian cod fisheries it will  be seen that the output there also is  considerably smaller than that of last  season, notwithstanding that 1904 was  a very poor year for the cod fisheries.  In explaining the scarcity which exists, especially at the moment, Mr. A.  H. Brlttain, of Montreal, representing  Messrs. Black Bros. & Co., Limited,  Halifax, N. S., instanced the fact that  his firm' made all arrangements to  secure a large quantity of codfish from  Newfoundland, but owing to weather  conditions thero it was found impossible to sail on time. Furthermore,  when the first vessel eventually succeeded ln getting away at the beginning of last month, she was caught in  the ice and badly damaged, and had to  bo put in St. Pierre Island for repairs. Through the courtesy of tho  Governor of the island the firm was  allowed to tranship a portion of this  cargo by tho steamer Propatre, which  has just arrived at Halifax.  The weather conditions all over tho  Atlantic coast for the month of March  were moat severe, the oldest captain of  one of the largest schooners who has  made over 150 voyages to SL Pierre  haying stated that he had never experienced such a quantity of ico so  near the island as this season.  Some of the details of the Canadian  fishing industry during the year ending June 30, 1904, are as follows: Total  number of persons employed 1895, 84,*  364; do., 1904, 93,152,  Value of fish caught in Nova Scotia,  $7,861,602; British Cblumber, $4,748,-  365;   New Brunswick,  $4,186,000.  Relative values of fisheries of Can-  ���������ada,-190.4;-Co.dflsh,_$3,7X8,43i);_lobsters,  $3,625,382;  herring, $1,998,950.  Results  of *KJcliP*������>y  Ailments of the Most Painful and Fatal Nature Prevented and  Cured by  DR. PHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  Leotura on the Psalms by Profr Kirk*  patrick of Cambridge.  Rev. Prof. Kirkpatrick of Selwyn  College, Cambridge, delivered a locturo  before a distinguished audience ln  Wycllffo Convocation Hall, Toronto,  the other day on the personality of  Jehovah, as set forth in the Psalms.  The Psalms, tho lecturer said, were a  Bible ln miniature, and tho foundation  of tho faith of ancient Israel.' They  wero God's revolatlon ot Hlmsolf to  man, not as an absolute Being, for  the finite mind could not grasp tho  absolute, but a rovolatlon of His altrl*  butos fitted to tho noeds of tho human  spirit. Tho personality of God and His  intimate relation to man wero fundamental postulates of tho Psalms. It  was a long stop from bollof In God to  a belief In Him as personal, with whom  tho soul of man oould hold personal  relations, and that Idea of tho personality of God was tho basin of Old Testa*  ment belief, though His spirituality  was constantly Implied. Whon tho oon*  ccptlon of tho eternal personality of  God, with which tho Psalms wero  filled, was compared with tho vague  nous ,-J modern philosophic thought,  that told of a something, "not ourselves  that makes for rlghtoousnosB," ths  strength of tho book was seen,  Tho Psalms, tho lecturer continued,  considered tn the light of the ago and  circumstances of their production, woro  tho most powerful argument for tho  Inspiration of their authors. Thoro  was much in them that belong to tho  time, but tho progressiva human  olomont was evident, ny.d presented dlf-  flcultios, but they should novsr bo  TT.������ leonodnntlc loglslntors who have' ������xargeratod, for tho wonders of tho Old  Testament   wero much   greater   than  For Farm Reforestry.  Following out a decision to encourage farm reforestry, the Provincial Ag*  ricultural Department is looking for a  plot of land in tho vicinity of Toronto,  says the Globe, from three to five acres  ln extent, with a view to establishing  a nursery for seedlings, chiefly pine and  spruce. A site ls desired in this locality because the ground is more  favorable for the purpose than that of  tho Agricultural College at Guelph, or  in tho neighborhood of that Institution,  where otherwise a plot would havo been  secured. It has not yet been decided  by the department whether the seedlings will be Bold to farmers who aro  interested in farm forestry, at cost  prico, but Hon. .ur. Monteith thinks  that this will eventually be the result  of the plan.  When you think of the pain and  suffering which accompany backache, j  rheumatism, lumbago, stone   in   the (  kidneys and bladder; when you think:  of the dreadful fatality   of. Bright's  disease, dropsy,  diabetes and  apoplexy, you may ..well wonder why people neglect to Veep the kidneys in  perfect order, for all' these ailment3  are tho direct result of deranged kidneys.  Once, the kidneys fail to filter from  the blood the impure and poisonous  waste matter there is trouble of a  painful and dangerous nature. Among  the first symptoms are backache,  weak, lame back,' pains in the legs and  sides, deposits in the urine, impaired  digestion, loss of flesh, energy and  ambition, stiffness and soreness in  the joints and feelings of weariness  and lassitude.  ' Prevention is always better than  cure, and hence the advisability of  using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  on the very first indication of such  derangement.   Whether to prevent or  cure, Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  are the most effective treatment you  can obtain, for besides their direct  and specific action on the kidneys,  they keep the bowels regular and' the  liver active, and hence purify the system and remove the cause of disease.  This medicine has long since proven  its right to first place as a cure for  the complicated and serious derangements of the filtering and excretory  organs. It has the largest sale and  is endorsed by more people than any  similar treatment. You can depend  on it absolutely to bring prompt relief and lasting cure. In view of these  facts it is a waste of time and money  and a risk to life itself to rifle .with  new and untried remedies when Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills are at  hand. One pill a dose, 25c. a box,  at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Toronto. To protect you agamst  imitations the portrait and signature  imitations the portrait and signature  of Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous receipt  book author, are on every box.  "LOOK  PLEASANT."  (O. S.Marden in "Success Magazine")  What would be the effect upon civilization if everybody would keep constantly in mind that, suggestion of the  photographer, "Look Pleasant?" The  most difficult part of the photographer's work is the effort to get the subject before the camera to rid himself  of the cold, stiff, set Expression of  his face and to replace it by a genial,  kindly look or a smile. He is not  willing to reproduce the sitter until  he succeeds, because he knows that  the change of expression wm transform the protograpli, ; .  How the habit of looking pleasant  would revolutionize our natures, and  civilization itself! If we could .only  get, rid of the hard, eager, worried  look habitual to many of us, not for  the few seconds we stand before the  camera, but for all our lives, how  bright the'world would grow!  "Ladies and.gentlemen, I am not as  great a fool as Bishop 'Vincent-there  a pause and more laughter from the  audience, and then the doctor continued)���������would have you believe."  There has just come to our table a  very neat and up-to-date pamphlet  from the offices of the Great Northern  Railway, showing to advantage their  recent extensions in North Dakota,  viz: The Sarles, Thome, Maxbass  and Sherwood. It is replete with information regarding the desiraoie districts which have been opened up,  Snd illustrated by several harvest and  crop scenes. It contains also maps  setting forth the new extensions and  projected lines.  Obvious.  "What does he look llko?"  "Oh, he drosses well enough���������and yet  ���������oh, you'd know directly you looked at  him that he wan a genius!"  Nearly all infants are more or less  subject to diarrhoea and such complaints while teething and as this period of their lives is the most critical,  mothers should not be without a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's .Dysentery  Cordial. This medicine Is a specific  for such complaints and is highly  spoken of by- tho~.>e who have used it.  The proprietors claim it will cure any  case of, cholera or slimmer complaint.  The man on the car looked around  at his new acquaintance. "I've just  been reading," he said, "that yawning  is good for the health. Some German  doctor says so. He claims that a generous sized,yawn fills the lungs and  expands the chest and Is an all round  good exercise." "I'm glad to hear  this," said the new acquaintance, "It's  quite a relief to me. The fact is, I've  been a good deal prejudiced against  the habit." "Mny I nsk your business?" the other man Inquired. "I'm  a preacher," replied tha now acquaintance.  (examining    witness)���������  you live?   Witness���������With  Lawyer���������And where does,  live?   Witness���������With md.  tn._yes.    Where   do you  Lawyer  Where do  my uncle,  your uncle.  , Lajvyex:    both live?   Witness���������TogeEBerT  Miss Angles���������He was pleased to  say, I believe, that I had many good  points. Miss Cutting���������Not exactly,  dear. He said you had a good many,  points. " ���������   ,  Nell���������I don't see why she-should go  and marry that old man for his money. Belle���������Why how else could she  get it? ,  BIS GRAVEL WAS  SURELY CURED  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS REMOVED,  THE 8TONES.  Md unerileglnua hands on Inn judgo'*  Ifeadgenr noed not flatter   thamuclvcs  '',..���������:    **"y   ������r*    rtr\%%nrtr.        A     tnnff   tim*  ertr, tn Kmrlnnd thoro woro loRal N11.1-  H������t������ who aimed nt a similar iftorm, a*  ������h������ following clipping from Tho Lon-  iwi Tlmf������, ot July 24, 1S6S, proves:���������  "During tho lim two days tho learn*  ed ludgeti nnd thn hnr hnv* bcim sltr  Mti., ,,.t;,w������; ,:, :. ,.!��������� , ..-.-. i !-: ������i-*mntr  a Civ**) Sir Bobort Collier called atten������  tion to tho innovation, nnd apologised  ffot not appearing In full forensic cos*  torn������. Hl������ Lorilahlp ������nlrl he hnd *������t  ���������Iho example of leaving off iho wig In  wincfiuenco of tho unpr<counted heat  tf the v-n.thr-r, tH h" flimirht th������r������  wero Umltw to human *>ndurai.co, Sir  V. -h- rt foiller fxpn-s^ii* the whh that  hia pveredt-nt mteht be gc*m rally foi-  t'ewod. and hoped thnt the ob^oicto in*  rltttution ot tho wIk wns eon in:,' to an  end���������a hope In which many of iho pro*  rnaalon concur,"  Out though filr TXoburt a nd Bir 3. V.  "R'ilJL.. m;ulc tlumadvca t're 'cirr-pl'vi-  er*0. tbey dted without *.Mng sny  aWHht'T ulgns of the d- ath of tho prac*  any difficulties tt prenented. Tho tern*  nornt relation of man taught In tho  earlier Psalms  was   replaced   tn   u.o  iaiur una*   hv   t..������j   kiuu^l.uilua   ct   a  special Tins For Insoct Collectors.  "Much euro," snid a, taxidermist,  "hns to bo taken In selecting tho long,  Hue plus used lu fastening tho specimens In Insect collections. For cheap  collections of butterflies and bugs we  uso tho ordinary brass pins mostly, but  every ono of thoso must bo carefully  oxnmlnod boforo Jmpnllng tho liiHoct  to seo that It Ih woll tinned, for woro  the tin coating Imperfect or tho slight-  est llnw evident it would bo' In uliiQ  crises out of ten llnhlo to oxkllzo In  tho body of tho insect uud thus destroy  It Wo nlso uso blngk vnrnlHhod plus,  but (hoy nro almost ns bitd, for tlio  glnzod coating soon trucks, lonvlug  tho motiil exposed, nnd consequently  It la not vory long boforo oxidization  ������ot������ In. Even tho moro oxponslvo kind,  tho nlckol plntod plus, nro not nuu-h  hotter. The lutont things wo hnvo  now nro solid silver pins nnd bronzo  pins, nnd thero ls being usod ns un  experiment a nickel nnd aluminium  alloy, which possesses decldwl udvtm*  tagea over nil tho othor kinds usod."  "Mnn ls Filled With Misery."���������This  ls not true of nil men. The well,  sound of lung, clear of eyo, alert and  buoyant with health, nro' not miserable, whatever mny bo their social  condition. To ho well is to bo hnppy,  and we can nil bo well by getting nnd  keeping our bodies In a healthful  state. Dr. Thomas* Eclectric Oil will  help nil to do this.  Several years ago Dr, K P. T-Tonson  delivered n locturo on tho subject, of  "Kools" nt tho UiUovlc.w Assembly  grounds, South Framlnglmm. Bishop  Vincent, who wns presiding, Intro-  ducod tho spenkor, saying: "Wo aro  nbout to Union to n locturo on fools  by ono of tho grftntoflt���������(horo Iho  Wshop paused, whilo, tho audlonco  broko Into an npronr of laughter, nnd  then conlIntiod)���������tho1 greatest, loctmv  ors of modem tithes." Dr. Ilouson,  nowlso nonplussed,   rofco   nnd ��������� snid:  And now Reuben Draper Is well   and  Strong After his long Suffering.  Bristol, Quo., July 24���������(Special)���������'  Reuben Draper, a well-known resident  here, keeps tho proof right with hlra  that Dodd's Kidnoy Pills will surely  cure the much dreaded Gravel. The,  proof consists of two stones, ono the  size of a small bean and tho other  tho slzo of a grain of barley. Ho passed throo stones and was relieved of all  the terrible pains thoy caused after  using Dodd's Kidnoy Pills for a short  tlmo.  Mr. Draper is confident that Dodd's  Kidney Pills and nothing else caused  his euro, as he tried two doctors without getting help, and was fast getting  weak and dospondont whon he stop*  pod all othor treatment and started  to take Dodd's Kidnoy Pills. In a  wook he passed tho largo stone and  four days later tho smaller ono,  This curo causes a feeling of reltoC  ovor people ln theso parts as It shows  thoso terrible operations, long thought  to bo unavoidable in casq of Omvol,  aro no louger necessary.  K������  J~. DODD'S '',  ^KIDNEY;  4  PILLS  /M.ETC5  m_mm  Nose Lore.  Th* classic Greek hobo hns been ro*  gnrdod ns tho Ideal shape, though thoro  ni.o Aomin Pnupnnlnn. Mongollnu and  Kthloplnn noRos, onch Indicating a po*  oullnr type of mental trnlt. Ueuorauy  speaking, thick and flat nosos douoto  material instincts, und turned up noses  vanity. Wldo nostril* aro a sign of  .������������������.���������rmjtth whllo ������miftll nostrils Indleato  weakness. Napoleon'* knowledgo of  human nature mado him Mlect goner*  als with largo nosos, for this betoken*  lutolllgonco, just a* the oaglo noso  shows a firm, strong will. Possibly no  noso speak* louder for Itself thnn tHf  alcoholic uose, and it Is as much to bo i  fen ml ns tho pnlpted noso ond chin, j  which in conjunction proclaim* gonoral  wickedness. Certainly the most Inter*  estlng noso Is the cogitative, for It ex*  panda with thought, which comes, according to rhlnology. or tho science of  nr.������������������ rowdlng. from reflection. In*  fctjuitfti of these note* from Homer to  Wosloy aud Slinkwipenro can be quoted.  Sunlight Soap  is the best for washing clothes. It also does  more thoroughly and easily every other kind  of washing required in the household. Sun*  lijfht is a pure, powerful soap that you should  always have at hand. Equally goad with  hard or soft water*   No scrubbing, no boiling.  Try Sunlight.  Yotir money back for any cause of complaint.  mte*fetH(oihoi. Llii.U-td  Toronto  lit? ���������TOMK    '  *o*o*o#o*o*ojbto*o*o*o*o*o*  o  *  o  *  o  *  o  ���������fc  o  *  o  *  o  o  By KEITH GORDON  o  *  *  o  *  o  *  o  *  o  *  o  *  o  Copyright, 1905, by T. C. McClure  ������o������o*o������OJfo*o������*o������o*ojf o*o*o������  "And no man can foretell what the  future has In store for him."  Nature herself, to judge from appearances, had the dumps. A despairing  Sky looked gloomily down on a despondent earth through an atmosphere  as damp aud chilling as a wet blanket  With a little shiver of discomfort at the  aspect of things, Katheriue laid the  book face downward on her lap In the  way that one should not and, picking  lip the poker, gave the fire a thrust or  so as a rider spurs his horse to greater  effort.  ��������� "Ugh! What a day!" her thoughts  ran. "One would think Joy were dead.  Fire won't burn, sun won't shine, even  the sparrows huddle together lumplsh-  ly without energy enough to scrap."  She picked up the book again and reread the last sentence, "And no man  ^n foretell what the future has ln  Btore for him."  This time she closed  ithe book and placed it on the table beside her.   Decidedly she was ln no  mood  for  reading,  and  with  hands  "' clasped idly In her lap she sat staring  Into, the fire.   But that last sentence  dogged her thoughts.  The past, with its  smiles and tears, was left behind. The  present seemed momentarily a thing to  be endured as one might. But the future!  At this point her eyes turned from  the grate and fixed themselves upon  the ring that she wore upon the third  finger of her left hand. It was a beautiful ring���������a pink pearl that reminded  one of tender dawns flanked by two  diamonds���������her engagement ring. Ordinarily she could not look at it without  a kindling of the heart, a thrill of  warmth and happiness. Today sbe oyed  It with languid, restless interest.  That, then, represented her future.  It was as fixed and irrevocable as the  past itself. How well she knew what  It would be like. Had she not seen  dozens of her friends marry, bubble  ^inTsTfffllyHfor^bTier^^  then subside into the stale beer of domestic existence? If she had ever  thought that with Jack and her it  would be different the Illusion had vanished in the bleak light of this all re-  possibility the likings, the wves or today would���������  With a rush lt came over her that  one's loves did change. There waa  Frissy Clemons, whom she had worshiped Tvben she wore her hair in pigtails and now could not endure. There  was Aunt Grace, whom as a child she  had considered cold and severe, and  Aunt Ruth whom she had loved. Now  thoir places in her esteem were exactly  reversed. Aunt Ruth was kind, but uninteresting, while Aunt Grace was inspiring.  "Ir it- no"'-irile'*' _bsJvnl^rm\i%.ofl ten***-  ,3 {������ me nre. "oomwnere m tne ru-  ture there may be a" man who Is all  that Jack is and more. And what if I  should meet bim?"  Her lips parted. Half unconsciously  she drew off the ring. Its pressure had  suddenly become unbearable. How  could she wear It without knowing���������  without feeling sure In her own heart-  that it meant finality In the matter of  choice, meant that with all the world  to choose from she would bave bim and  uo other?  And how could sho know that? She  might send back the ring and wait,  but meanwhile what of Jack? It seemed scarcely orobable that hs would  acquiesce mildly In such a proceeding.  She laughed hysterically. Sbe could  Imagine him under sufficient provocation informing her that there were just  as good fish to be found in the sea as  had ever been caught���������aye, and finding them too! She winced as if something she regarded as wholly hers were  slipping away from her.  Moreover, suppose she should break  her engagement because of the uncertainty as to whether he was ber final  choice and the future should bring no  othei< What then?  She frowned in bewilderment. For  the first time she realized with a gasp  just how big a lottery marriage really  ls. She had heard that trite phrase  many times, but it had never seemed  significant before. Now sbe felt as if  it were a lottery in which to a million  tickets there was but one prize and  she owned the tenth of a ticket.  With a sudden swish the rain washed  smoothly down over the outside of the  window pane as if the surcharged sky  could no longer control itself. Kath-  erine turned ber bead impatiently. She  had no sympathy for any perplexities  save her own. ���������    '; "   ������������������  er Hatch's cornfield ana did some  damage to the growing corn.' a'he  next morning the owner of the cornfield went over to his neighbor's house  and made complaint.  "That scrawny old mar������ of yours,"  he said, "got into my corn patch last  night and done a lot of mischief. I  reckon you're willing to do the square  thing about it?"  "Of courso I am," said Mr. Sebree.  "About how much would be the square  thing, do you think?"  "Well," meditalted the othor, "I don't  want any more'n what's right I guess  it'd amount to $1.50 if It was all figured up." o  "See here, Hatch," said his neighbor, "you know I've been trying for  a year to sell that old mare. Suppose  you take her and call it square."  A frosty, suspicious look came Into  Farmer Hatch's eye.  "Sebree," he said, "you can't drive  no such bargain as that with me. I'd  lose $3.50 anyway If I made that  trade. You keep the old mare yourself. I'll tako the cash."-Youth',  Companion,  9  y s  Gel eb ration  23j^ James Seymour  Copyright, 1901, by K. M. Whitehead  I  I  ���������.. i,  ��������� imuu  Iron Ore In  Thoma,s    Gibson,  fteewatin,  of the Ontario  Bureau of Mines, reports that word  has reached Toronto of the discovery  of iron ore on the English River, between Keewatin and Ontario, north  of Kenora. This is the district which  will be taken in when the boundary  of Ontario is extended to the north.  vealiug day, which brought out every  sordid detail of existence with bitter  emphasis.  Different? Of course they would not  bo different. There would be the brief,  dazzling happiness of tho honeymoon,  tlie glamour of new possessions, and  then somo day they would both suddenly tiro of tho play and see each other for tho flrst tlmo plainly, Jack  would squint his eyes critically and  discover that Bho was not tho most  beautiful woman In tho world after all  ���������though, of course, he would bo too  ���������well bred to say anything. Ho would  simply bo a trifle bored at tho let-down  and pluugo Into business to forgot, kissing hor absently lu tho morning and  evening as a mero form���������a matter of  habit  And she? Woll, sho would rub hoi?  oyos about tlio samo tlmo and see to  her amazement tbat ho was just a  plain, ordinary, average man, without  a slnglo godlike attribute and with a  painful and unmlstakablo toudency to  grow bald and stout. But Bho, too,  would be politely rotlcont and hold up*  hor faco for that porfunctory kiss and  try to forgot It all In a feverish enthusiasm ovor houso and gowns. And  they would grow moro and raoro si-  lent toward each othor, conversing  mostly In ruouosyllablos. Novor would  thoy quarrel-hor lips closed a trifle  moro flrmly at tho more thought-hut  each would withdraw farther and farther into his own llttlo world, and Uioy  (would communicato with each othor  through small wlckots, as tho ticket  Boilers at tho theaters do with tho pub*  tic.  The dotalls of this gloomy picture  woro as clearly visible to hor mind ai  though sho saw thom with bor oyos,  ond she laughed ruefully, Was this  sort of thing noeessnry? How did sho  kuow thut Jack wus Uio mnn? Might  not Uio real person still bo Imboddod  In tlio future, liko a fly In arabor?  At tho thought sho caught hor breath  find, loaning forward, droppod hor face  upon her hands and gazod Into tbo flro  wlUi a now Intensity. It was a trc  mondous thought, but what guarantee  hud shu Uuu ho wus hur idoull lie  soomod so, perhaps, inoroly bocauso ho  approached It moro nearly Uian any  man sho had yot mot, but no ono could  tell what tho futuro had in storo for  bim. Thoro was tlio rub.  Bho proceeded to develop tho thought  With Applications unmistakably feminine. Llko ao Index finger hor mind  polntod backward to tho day whon big  ���������looves had Boomed the most ontrnnc*.  ingly becoming U������lngs a woman could'  wear. Thon Inexorably it pointed ngaln*  tblti time to Uiu wit-oven Mho wan then  wearing, tight abovo tho elbow, hat  with great ponchos lagging below. And  these woro now chic, and tho others  Impossible Tho poor old fasblonf of  yesteryear-how ugly and deforming  tbey at>Dtareai Could It be that by auy  The Wedding Cnlce.  The custom of having a special cake  fit weddings was introduced into England by the Romans. This cake, or,  rather, biscuit, signified fruitfulness,  hospitality and prosperity. The rice  that was showered upon a bride had a  similar meaning. For many century's  after the Romans left the custom was  to break the biscuit over tlie bride's  head, and then tho fragments were  picked up and piled before her for distribution to her friends. At the restoration Charles II." returned with a  small army of French cooks, who  speedily converted the ancient biscuit  In to a delicious piece of confectionery,  Iced it with sugar and gradually adorned it with emblematical devices, till it  towered into the amazing structure  which the luxury of later times ha3 de-  velopod.���������London Chronicle.  Again she held the little be jeweled  ring up before her with the tips of two  fingers and gazod at it solemnly, but Jt  seemed to have lost all moaning. It  was no longer a ring ordered by Jack  and designed especially for her. It had  tlie "any man to any woman" look that  always got upon her nerves. Sho stared  at It long and fixedly and then jumped  to her feet and dashod across the room  impulsively, sitting down at the writing desk between the windows.  With nervous haste sho pulled some  paper from a pigeonhole, took up tho  pen and dipped it deep in the ink, as  one always does in momonts of intense  feeling, Then sho pushed the pen back  and forth across tbe paper In those  long, scratching strldoa that characterize the writing of the modern woman,  and tho sound was as balm to hor  nervos,  "You'll laugh and oall lt nonsense,"  sho wrote, "but Jack, I'm not sure!  And of courso I must bo sure, mustn't  I-sure beyond any doubt beyond any  possiblo man that may come toward  mo out of tho futuro? And so I'm Bonding back the ring"���������  Sho was intorrupted by a commotion in tho street where two rival fog  horns soemod at first to bo vying with  each other, A moment later hor dazed  ears disentangled tho sounds and sho  made out from the foarful din the one  word "Uxtral Uxtral" Sbe pushed  up the window and leaned out  "Dreadful smashup ou tb' 'Lt'" roared  the bigger of the papor boys, holding  up, a black lettered sheet invitingly,  and Kathorine uoddod ber bead in  vigorous assent and flow down to tho  door, hor heart beats' koeping timo  with hor footsteps. Accidont on tho  "L," and Jock always wont up aud  down tbat way I It mutt hsvs hap-  ponod, too, at just about the bour he  would bavo boon going downtown to  bo ln print now.  Bho fairly snatched tbo paper from  tho boy's hands, not ovon waiting to  closo tho door as ber eyos clutched at  the print ravenously, a momont later  sbo was at tho tolophono.  "031 John! Quick, contra]]" And a  second later tho thin, strident voice of  tho ofllco boy was ln bor oars. "Is  Mr, Langloy thore?" And tbe answor  cume, "Naw, hasn't boon down today." Sbo leaned llmolv against the  telephone and thoro a moment later  the maid found ber,  "Mr. Langloy, miss,"  "Yes, what of blmr Sbe turned  toward tho maid with staring, oxpoct-  ant eyes, and the latter looked back  at ber in amazomttat  "He's In tbo drawing room, Ho  wants to seo you," sbo stammered  ont  lis was all?t thon I For ono moment sbo stood still trying to realise  the beautiful truth of It Ibon with a  queer cbokod laugh sho ran lightly up  tbo stairs and, snatching up tbo discarded ring, kissed it rapturously and  put St os ber finger.  ,   A Constant Hemlnder.  After many years of faithful service  Maggie announced to her mistress that  she intended to be married, and suddenly the whole domestic establishment was infolded In a sad, sad gloom.  Maggie had been so good, so faithful in  the hours of trial and tribulation over  frozen gas and water and the vagaries  of waterbacks and boilers that the  house despaired ever of finding a  worthy successor.  So lt was a keen remembrance of all  theso things which entered into Uio consideration of Maggie's mistress as to  what to give her for a wedding present. At last it was decided to glvo her  a sum of money, with the request that  sho purchase something she would use  and treasure long. The day beforo tlie  wedding tho present was accordingly  glvon to tho maid, and sho was simply  delighted, She beamed and bubbled  and wept a little.  "Now, Maggie," sho was told, "you  must bo sure to get something by which  to romombor us always."  "Oh, yls, mum, I know what I'll get;  I'll got a now set of teotb."-Now York  Post.  The Drumming of Orotme,  Who has not heard tho drumming of  ruffod grouse whllo ln tho woods during tho spring months? It is the most  common sound of wooing, heard from  ovory thicket at ovary hour of the day.  Thoro Ib still a misconception as to how  tho drumming ls dono, The general bo*  lief is tlmt tho bird producos tho sound  by working its wings rapidly, using  thom to strike its body or a log, It ls  truo that tho ruffed grouso, Uko roost  chickens, flaps its wings In tho excitement of Its lovo song, but that the  drumming is produced ln that manner  is a myth. I have often watched n  cock which, standing on a log and  drumming for dour life, apparently did  not roovo n feather, though I must  state thnt tho drumming was not so  loud as If tho wings had boon flapped.  Flapping tlio wings evidently Alls with  air tho lungs and throat of tho bird,  but is not an lndlspensablo agency ln  producing the drumming. If tho ruffed  grouse could work Its wings nn quickly  ns tho closing strophe of thu drumming  it would be the swiftest motor in ex*  Daisy slammed down the lid of the  typewriter desk viciously. It had been  an especially trying day. Mr, Cartiirei  had been as disagreeable as. only the  head of the firm can make himself, ami  she was so out of sorts that she did not  even smile upon Jimmie, the elevator  boy. When she fouud Billy Teller waiting at the door she tried to pass without speaking.  "What's the matter, girlie?" he asked  as he caught up with her and fell Into  step.  "Do go away," she said crossly. "1  don't want ever to speak to a man  again."  "Not even me?" demanded Billy in  affected surprise. "I'm not the head of  a firm."  "Don't you ever be such a horrid  thing," she said, laughing!' as she  slipped her arm through his. "It's  been, an awful day, and I never knew  a man could be so.hateful."  "I don't seem to be in line for head of  a firm," said Billy ruefully. "I asked  the boss this morning if he could raise  my pay, and he said I'd be lucky if he  didn't find-he'd have to cut my wages  until after election."  "What did you say?" she asked.  "Told him I supposed the election  would be as good an excuse for a cut  as anything he could think of, and he  fired me for being impertinent."  "Oh, I'm so sorry!" she cried. "What  did you do it for?"  "It was bound to come," he sa|d  cheerfully. "Y'see, he's got a nephew  he wants to put in my place."  "Twas dismissed, too," she said.   "1  simply couldn't stand some of Mr. Car-  taret's language, and when I protested  he told me he was going to get a man.  eo he could say what he wanted to."  "Bully!" said Billy. "Let's celebrate!"  VWhat,for?" she demanded.  _JlEoiLaur_Ilheirly,li^e^etorted;^Come.  on.     We'll   have   supper   downtown  wnat to expect.!'  "They're not always bad just las-  cause they swear," protested Daiay,  mindful of Cartaret's many kindnessee  When his dyspepsia lay low. ���������  "Well, their language is bad,** Insisted Billy, "or we wouldn't be colebrat- .  ing our joint dismissal,    Maybft m?o  could Initiate our former employers aa  members and get enough to pay o������r ���������  board bills next week."  "May I,offer a suggestion?" broke tin  Cartaret To their surprise, he was  smiling.  "Its a little irregular," declared Billy before Daisy could speak, "but ue '  founder of the society I ,ara alwaya ;  ready to listen to suggestions."  "I   would  suggest,"  said   Cartaret,  pushing away his soup plate, "Uiat tit- (  stead you both make application for ra- '  lnstatement."  "Ever hear of Blackton & StoneT la-  quired Billy.,  "I have often," said Cartaret Ms  eyes) twinkling.  "Weil, I worked for 'em," said Billy,  sententiously. "Would you like t������  make that motion again?"  "If the worthy president permits,*''  said Cartaret, "I would suggest as aat  amendment that Mr.���������er"���������  "Teller," said Billy encouragingly.  "Go ahead." <>  "That Mr. Teller make application to  Miss Denning's late employer. I haw  reason to believe that some advaafcaga.  may accrue."   ���������  "Motion carried," said Billy. "What  time d'ye want me to come around?"  "If your duty to the 'society' penults,  may I suggest at 10 o'clock Monday?*  said Cartaret.  "I'll be there," Billy assured bina.  "Say,* want to gts to a show?"  "I beg pardon," said Cartaret wifil  an inquiring inflection.  "To the theater," explained Billy.  "Y'see, we were going to celebrate ioa-  BB X.EAKED OYEB TO WIUSMSH SOUSTHINO  XO BILLY.  Novo Ss������*������stv������ SUIl.  Ono night to midsummer a horso bt-  loom* te lit, mm brtkt <���������!��������� Fata*  Rrljrlit Yexixsgaiera.  A teacher In a school at Stepney,  east London, was giving hor class an  examination on tho Scriptural work of  l*,n  n-"%.t-..,!.  I*  -,*i  .;r,<ill<<.       l..^.   .���������   ,11,  er questions the lndy asked, "With  what weapon did Samson slay the  thousand rhlllstlnos?" And one girl,  jumbling hor old and now twtnraent  knowledge,stool up and replied, "With"  Uio ox ot tho apoatloa.- A woman  teacher had been explaining tbe story  of tbe onttlng ndrift nf tho Inf.int  Moses. MA*ow, why was It, do you  think, that tho good moUier danbtd the  llttlo ark boat so carefully with slime  and pitch r "Ob, ma'am," aald ono lit*  tie flvt-year-oid girl, "to make tha b*������L7  ttlck loslda." ���������  .  somewhere, and we'll go to tho theater  afterward."  "And you'll go broko after that," sho  supplemented,  ���������"Oh, I'm used to that!" said Billy.  ���������'Come on ln here."  "In here" was a toblo d'hote, where  a *ovcn courso dlnnor with wine could  be had for 40 cents, und, not being over*  pnrtlculur as to tho minor details of  service, tliey enjoyed tho meal thor*  oughly. Hilly insisted upon paying 10  cents extra for n hotter grade of claret,  and tlio festivities wero In full swing  when tho obsequious waiter pullod out  a chair and John Cartaret sat down at  their tablo-rJght botwoon tho two.  Matters calling for hl������ attention had  hold hhu downtown, and ho decided  that lio would mako tho best of the  handiest restaurant.  Tho room was crowded, nnd ho had  taken his place at tho table boforo noticing his companions,  lie flushed red-  I- *,. |i., ,.t���������,    ,   r.11 ...    .   r>.   ������        i     ii,  ,y   ....    ... J  (���������������,vl   , ������...   b,,vu   MJUtiJ,   U.I   I'U  would not Totront.  "You see," said Billy, breaking an  awkward silence by tho continuation of  an Imaginary conversation ��������� "you rco,  this 'Society Por the Encourogf-mont  v. **.������, ,,.-������,>.> ...*fi,,m i*Hn*.i,jt,.*Lt .t.  bound to bo n good thing. It will give  tho employer an excuse for swearing nt  bis typewriter by letting bfm tell her  that It's one of tlie rales of the organisation."  "Billy," said tlio irfinrlfnjr Da!*? as  she stole a glnneo ot Cartaret wbo was  apparently busy with tho m*nn  ���������'Don't Interrupt tbo orator,"* inld  Billy severely, "too im, I im going  to bate a button badge, sulphur colored, with llttlo blot flame* about tht  edge snd a big red I> lo tbt middle.  {Tt will be very ornamental, end at tbe  lamo tint It will show a dectat air)  Ing our jobs.   Now we can celebrate  getting back at the same time. We'ra-   ;  going to see 'Halted at the Altar.' ie������  a bully show."  VI am afraid," said Cartaret "that st  business engagement will occupy most  of the evening, but if you will permit E  should be glad to have you as gue3ts at  supper after the play."  "Say, we don't want to rub It in," ex*  postulated Billy.  ���������-^I-don'-t-thiuk-you-understandri-salS-^--  Cartaret a'little wistfully, "that the favor Is yours. It's been fifteen yearsi  since I've had young people about tnes,  and I should really en^joy your coia-  pany."  "We'll buy a seat for you and leav������  It at tho box office," declared Billy..  "Try to get In for the last act whem  tho villain's crazy wife kills him anil  three choir boys. It's great." ���������  "I'll be there," said Cartaret laugfr*  liigly. "Such Intellectual joys are not  to be despised. And. If'you will permit"��������� He ended with a glance at Daisy and leaned over to whisper something to Billy.  "Sure!" was the hearty answer, aa*  Cartaret rose to return to. his oflice.  "What did ho whisper?" demanded  Daisy as thoy again turned their atte������  tJon to dessert  "Ho says," answered Billy gravely,  "tliat tho job bo wants mo for needs m  steady married man, and I told him t  Uiought I could fix that." ,   ;  ���������������  Dlpcd Lobniem, "  Tbo word "lobster" as .a slang term  of ridicule and opprobrium Is generally,  regarded as of recent orlglu. On tha  contrary, lt would seem to go back ab  least to the seventeenth century, 1st  John Baldwin BucUstoue's play, "TI������������  Green Busbes," produced In Londos*  about Bovonty yours ago, the ewneti  are laid at the tlmo of tho Irish rebellion of 1708. Ono of tho characters  mentions tho English soldiers derisively as "lobsters," referring no doubt te  tho uniforms of tho "redcoats," Eden  Phlllpotts ln his novel, "The Farm of  the Dagger," published last yeai;  makes an American prisoner of tb*  war of 1812 speak of tho British nob  dlors as "lobsters." A fanciful etyraot*  ogist might easily And a connection bo*  twoen tho present duy slaug use ot  "lobster" and Uio sixteenth century  word "lob," denoting a sluggish and  ���������tupJd porson, which occurs'In. Shaka-'  spearo and contemporary plays ami  poems, usually as a synonym for "lubber," But tbo earliest known Instance)  of tbo derisive uso of tho slang term Im  U.e coupling of "lobsters and taUardev  mallons," moaning soldiers and vagrants, by Tom Brown (.G7.M7W)t.  Brown Is the satirist who made thet  much (juoted impromptu adaptation of  tin oriti*v'im Xw MnH-M1^ $t*<>/-.*t**. t.  ognlnst his Instructor nnd h������M������imiin<������  "I do not like thoe, Dr. Foi (."-Philadelphia Tress, ,  Turkeys hatched In July or Angm*  \l ...     .,.J     4*.Mt    s������,#     v������*������ '.'      t,..,.     ......   s ...^  spring as May or Juno hatched bird*,  but, as a rulo, their poults nre not tm  strong and vigorous. Breeding from  Into hatched birds of nny kind tend*  to decrease the slio and vigor of stocfc  ���������Poultry Success.  VI*oy In tbm VXortt  Do not uso a male bird in lhe breeding pen that lacks strong constitutional  vigor even though ho may be cxtim  good In other rcsixH-U. Vigor Is tbs>  foundation of a flock, and without ffcjf  foundation good re������nlt* oisnnot ba tm*  Dtettda-Coiauie.-xlul rouJtrr.   . ,4..^ 4 ^' 'IJ^iUMiriOtllfttlMiliJLU^L^i J-..-LM���������  IXU ..���������<!���������.   .-^.t^.. ^J.^Vjf^ ,������������������  ������...        -,���������,,.*,*  Range  Burn* Goal, ������otop  or Woq4  jtypplitd .yrlikh every  Kootenay jR^n^err-tM?e for coal and the other for coke or ;yoq������-r-  and the flues are wide and deep, with no square corners, so Jthat  the ashes and soot produced ]by soft Joels cannot clog up Jthe  smpke and draft passages.  This feature of the Kootenay Range Is a decided success*  The grates ore so easily changed thot o boy can perform  the operation*  Sold by all,enterprising .dealer/,   jfakitttircg,  London,     Toronto,     M$*vt*eal,     Wuujdfteg,  CtH, Xnrliell  in  STAY AT THE..   VKMiOME.  s%   All CoNVKNrENCES for Guests.  Thk 3aR is Supplikt. with  Best Liquors and Cigars  R. S. ROBESTSON.  pOOQO oooooo.oooooooc  O n  9  o  o  Q  O  D  O  O  o  A-������sT������>  o  c  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  O I am prepare^   ,t,o O  q furnish Stylish R;gs ������  Q :and do Teaming at C  ������ j-easonable rates. ������  g R. KILPATRICK      O  O CUMIijERL^iVD ������  0 QQPPQOOO0OppP,QpOo  FPf? . |PEE3JE^TATJ9W  PyRPPSgS*  SOLI������ (GOLD \?ATCH$S  SOLID GOLD CANES  DRESSING CASES  CUT GLASS and  STERLING SILVER.  Inscription Engraving (ree.pnd  at  short notice.  p,  Watchmaker   and. Jeweller,  WILLIAMS 8f*06.        :  Liverv Stable!  Teamsters and Dhaymen ���������  Single and Double rjjfs :  Koit Hire.    All Orders   ;���������  *       *        '   ���������   * ��������� ���������  PuOMPTLV    ATTPNDEp    TO.     *  Third St., Cumberland,g C.  .......  Nurseries   A Ad  ������reen  houses  .3010 \WESTMINSTjER |M?aU),  VANCOUVER,   ������������������-���������%  Main nursery for Fruit Stock-  South' Vancouver, oixe mile south  of city, branches at Victoria and  l\j[at8qui for Sjeeda and Nursery  Stock growing. Extra large planting for fajl  delivery.  One year apple, 4 to 6 feet, $10 to  $ 12 per 100; apple 2, 3 and 4 yeara  old, $18 to #20 per 100; Maynard  Hum $1 each  Large imporation of Bulbs from  Japan, Holland and France.  Exira   nice  choice of   Cherry,  iPeac,h, Plum, Apricots,  etc.,    now  growing for fall order.   No expense  losji or delay of fumigation   or  inr  ppectioi..  Let me price your list before  placing your order. Catalogue  free. Greenhouse Plants, Floral  Work, Bet>.Supplies. Fruit package^  Fertilisers, eto. Garden, Field an4  Flower Seeds in season.  M. J. HENRY  A ent  g. i mm  JLIGEN.CED AUCTIONEER  ,an,(jl   VALUATOR.  /KTALL ORDERS PRQ^PTLY ATTJENP-  ED TO.  CUMBERLAND      B.C.  U--     ��������� .������   *U .Imilf.V  .ar  'gWa'U  vr******   r'������ ������������������**;.������ ���������'.j* itu*** *..*rryimw..  Fpr CAN DIES  F]rame������ ^.1)4 Gleaiiii>g  pf frames...  wm"ff  I.IWLHin..tm.������u.ii.ii. lj..iii.  at a Low Pripe,  $rhol������sa}e |j������4 ^ott}il.  ������weetand, plean quality(  ������>0 I !?���������?��������� a  .........  ..$2 65  Ng. 5 Japtowm.... .Cumberland B.  P.   HUNDEN  Puiftfyeriand  {Stele pf Lands  for Unpaid  Delinquent Taxes* in the Oornox  Assessment  District,   Province of  British   ColyjT)'")|a.  -o���������  ^5W!55S^S^^58S?5Sn5yS5S^  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  I HER?S3y GJV$ NOT^CIS that on Thursday, the twelveth day or October, TO, at the hour ,pf Tvy������lye  o'clock noon at the Court House, Cumberland,'I shall sell by Public Auction the hinds hesgijiafjHr set out jf  the persons jn saiqi H*t hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaiil by s;w<| prso'w on tile #l.������t dav of  December, 1804, and for interest, cogtp and expense.*. uiuluuhjg.t.iecutst ot',-auybiu_s[t)^ aajiu Balm, jit' ihe loin I  amount due is npt f.oohpr paid, '  "��������� ���������  LIST  ABOVE MENTIONED,  Tf.n-., ,, iff   ( .������������������ WT-|   mm  ),j ^fw.m iT*" vW������.^ff|?r-lf|gf  HOUSE CLEANING  Cwa^ljB'tnan will \yaa)������ \VipdoMfg. ������qrul)  Floors, flo general ilousp Ploanpg. W������8ft  Plpthes Of Cook.  Terms!--!lio pef hourj }1 .SU| ppr day,  hQV GUT  ���������Loay^ prtfors at H\mden?6 palely store,  MW������'������a *������J-I  i^r^^iT!^i������i^#^������?r������*riiwi7i^v  ForKa|sominipg. P^errjianging  jQlazjng  apd   Painting.      Spe  ' rich'd. McGregor,  Cumbprlevncl Hote|.  Hi  h Grade Stove  pnd all Kitchou Requirement?  SPPPSMIBNS GOODS  fr iiENBRAL HARDWARE  THE  Namk  or Pkkson A.s.se.^skj>.  Andertpn, John  Audertou, John  Audrewa, Blizibeth Blaughe  Alton, John  Bnyley, John  Uorfrtian, Jacob F.  LyttolJ, Matthiuv  Matthews, PJumunt )y.  Hosl^orrough, llj.oinus  Williams, A. D,  Jenkins Ejtuto, John Ellory  Ford, Wm  Ford, Jone^h, Coburn Marin, Furd RHs-|  ftbothi Ford Louua and Ford Marchu,)  MoKfutt, ?Ptor Stflwart  Pimbury, Muoaon A }iau)am  Carbon, John  Tliowuoo, Hcury C  Taylor, ty.J.  Sjioirr Dworivtioh uv  Pkopkrty.  |*������ iim1 U|  50UVBN1R wW������"  Qaat. Jetoteeatta aafeaa*  fHS������|ll "HtsNsrtlMrtsl  rwUms As bnwi ms*  4ttiitU������,*urintfwiMtn  ���������agasUs m (MrasgUf  ������MMImt ������ npMt IM  VRMin tst Alt rataa m  tarn mJeaaa'a Wo**."  ���������^*mm  r  ���������      >ir������   , v-   ;  i>^:.'>.f>.wV:������i:i'.w.!  ..La ^.tkmmmt���������mmm.-  Uaaa twain wdtasi  f'Two ������������t������ .wtiu* tiM(  Tms Worlb'i Wots tat  aiA yat rxaAmi an. few  ������i 1 aate ��������������� *������s-   )  Id null* ��������������������� M������ x������)  rvmtt tp violsaes,"  THB BIG SPEOAL AUGUST NUMBER OF  <       THE WORLD'S WORK       <  will dencrit* tht marvalous dtvtlopm.nl and th������ v#sf poNiliilittn ot tbe  gfe^t Nofthwufi. i>o other section oi oot cout^tre atmut* ������u������ii a JuoiaJJc  story et achifrvmicnt aiul ptogrest aa that of the NorlWeti, Iron, tht txpedl-  tlon <4 Ltwh and Clatk to th. tm������t r#ntf nnlal at Portland. Tut WotLD'f  Woai will pSeiure'snd deaenbe its greai Induetriet-ffllnlnt, lartnhf,  lomVutlnt and Kihini; It* cities and people', Its commerce with the Beit; hi  r*XX.���������*,*.������ j������*;<;v. ;;'..., ',-.-'p.eo* mr*t.   ftmiliX** Mil>i trtmttm*gtmnr md\ dr.riihr  The Uwfc and Clark Exposition at Portland  witb naps, pbotograpla and dencripttve ankles. It will he a necessary  guide and handbook to everyone who vtslti the Exposition, tKi beet  ���������ouvenir lor those wbo cannot go.  THE WORLD'S WORK  drewi let fcisdradoo fruia the aanw indomitable aplrtt ot progrcH that h������a  tranabrmed tne Northwest (ram a wlldenteea to t great dvitited empire,  Isch month It d������cril>ei the rttal thing* to tea world's lite and th* man  wbo are doing them,   (tba history 0* out mm time���������auperhly illustrated.  Btwy fawmt te toe N������*w������t tbodd tLeed THE WORLDS VOWC  FREE __tt^wwa*ivg^^  ?.        *+*li/l*te*l**������&JLm*wm** *��������� ���������**ym*mma ami mow,  _m ^m_m _^_t^^_f ^_^m mWmm%M\  '���������    ��������� ���������* * mfma.  J-      . -. ������. m ������������������_ tWt^m���������**mmJ mmm: JhM^^Mh  ��������� Wipm wmmmWawm wmmwaaWm PVVMPi ^-w**    * WwmmW    WW^PHP Mf^lb  oooLCiur. paoe a compaot. in-m t** m ic new r������t  (ihi)  nhn  ������m(i^  nhn  MpAllUter,  MoAlliitor,  Sohloss, tyen  MoAllUtor> iji  Irving, J,ob*������  B������tye������, Arthur Loiui  fa\\tm, W, P.  Pouluy, C. K tnd Fisher, I.!},  MoAlliotor. .(ohn  MoA||mt������r, j^ohn  Kbortu, Dunoan W. Bitatp  l^ealoy, Jojjo IVfay  Harrison, Wm.  Lot IU  I1C1 li'20  L'.irt of Qeotion 18,    30 nons  Kliiok 1.J o   Lot I Bli,    8 aeros  Sucitixm IU, 50, 51, nud Lob 179  Lo 210 '  Lot, 01  ������ i "of JJIo^k ft ol Vot ISi,   10| avroa  /^^ '  '       '  l^I^LSON      DISTRICT.  1   N 33 acres of Ssotion 30, Tp 10  NEWCASTLE   PISTlUO'i,  I   Suction 5  HORNBY  ISLAND.  ���������SB i of Suo. 2, anil NK | of Soc. 18  N 4 o( NW {��������� of Boo 2, S i of 8 4 of SW J 8,0 5  (iliOUP  1.  Lot 450 N of Powell River       1194 acres  Lot 71)7  Lot It!II  Lot 1|W! A  SAYWARD DISTRICT,  j   Part of iSouti.iiiH '2i), Hi) ami ill, Tp 3  ftai������WRT    PISTRICT.  Suction ) I  '������     21, W A  "     ill) and 51  15 i of J5 J nf Mtmtion .13, Tp 3  SuScioni* II hiuI IS, Tpj  S i of Sootioh 22, Tp4  Kl������ Utiori 28, T|j ������j  StOtlnl. :h  Tp 4  W I nf IU of Seotion 4, Tp ft  K 4 of SRI of OuwltfWJIO. Tph'  N 4 *od N 1 nf H 4 of Soo 24, Tp 10  HK'JafHoolg. Tpll  COA^T DISTRICT,  RANGE \,  Lot l  Dilinqiii'nt TnKt'K  Taxes  8 OQ  8 00  (I 00  4 00  50 0,0  23 25  9 <M>  ft 00  10 00  I.ltrr^  t--  itnte  of  S������J    yi"  = * o  s *��������� *  31"  s������  0 40  0 40  0 ,}<>  0 I2Q  S 50  ! ','?  .0 45  9 0*  u po  aM  a 0(������  aw*  2 00  3 no  a no  o.������i   $i 00  TOTAL  810  n  10  40  8  30  6  20  54  50.  213  41  II  45,  7  2",  12  50,  I    8 25 J      0 41|2 0<H      W   Ofls  I   24 00 I      1 20 I 2 0Q j      {#   20,  20 50  1 02  2 00  B# IK*  3 00  0 18  200  6 78;  140 25  20 (10  0 85  12 70  7 4(1  1 00  0 34  0 03  2 00  ������ 00  2 00  2 00  158 71  23 00  0 10  if)  33  I DO 801  4 84|2 00) 103 til  48 00  2 40  200  24 00  1 20  200  *260 70  17 20  2 00  It 00  0 00  2 00  123 40  0 17  2 00  82 00  1 01)  2 00  64 00  3 20  2 00  582 40  29 12  2 00  12 00  0 00  200  5 50  0 27  2 00  307 20  18 3(1  2 00  21 10  1 1)0  2 00 1  52 40  27 20  305 00  14 (JO  131 57  ������5 00  01) 20  P13 52  14 00  7 77  887 611  24 15  j 48 00 1  2 40 11 00 I  52 40  Pntod at CumborUacL l|fc September, 1005,  tiOtib UALHD, Doputy A������|������nfor,  Oomox Aaaoaamont District,  Cumberland 3������0at Office  JL. l.,.,.JS  mp  To Cure a Cold in One Day  Take Laxative Bromo Q^nhxBTmmta.^ _% L  tmn WOrn turn -T"-f-t ?T T~** TMl rigBatm*, ������* ���������**������  trntrnW* ���������mm*  JTmmT "vim  TwoijHys.  on every  locaSe. *u-iu>- j.'���������������������������ui..*.i.i| mi, '��������� i lii-uj..  , H.I-U.I. 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Ait, Writ'ir M'-,;hao.    KogitMwr  si, ������w canl writer Kmvoyor  Vi lulu* TiimV,   K atimt'y Rngln������<Wj  Moon, uiatu^jiU'i*       Chil   11 ^"^  O-nani Utt*inn������r   Il������������ilJiug Contriwj'r  Utiittntlor Arcliiuc'l Dra'man  i.ivil H������irvion Architect  ���������t iimin't Htruot'l. KnginMr|  Tixttlt Mill Hwpt   Hndg������    KngluMr'  KluctrioUn Foremw Plumb, r  KI������o. KK������n<tur       Mining   Rnfi������Mr. 0������0������0������0������0������0������00������0������0������0������0������0������0  ������ ���������  o  ������ Her Daughter's ������  ===== Gift  o  o  O        By INA WRIGHT HANSON        0  o ��������� o  ��������� ��������� e  0 CopjTight, 1905, by Ina Wright Hanson  0  ��������� ���������  OsQ������O������O������O������0������0O������O������0������0������O������O������Q  1 "I suspect tbat sho will cause me to  end ray days In a madhouse."  Mrs. Pomberton's words wore tragedy itself, but Uer voice was calm,  even colorless, and bor head rested  comfortably against the back of a scarlet cushioned easy chair. Knowing  Mrs. Pemberton, I gauged the circumstances by her position rather than her  manner of speech,  "What Is Florence's latest?" I queried,  Bitting down on the top step and gazing up admiringly at Florence's youthful mother.  Mrs. Pemberton glanced at me furtively. "Do you love the child?" she  suddenly asked.  "Sure," I answered laconically, musing the while on the harmony between  delicate coloring and soft brown hair.  "Then why don't you marry her?"  I looked inquiringly at my interlocutor. Her coloring was quite vivid  after all.  "You do me honor," I said dryly, "but  I fear I'm too, old for kindergarten  .work."  Mrs. Pemberton sighed. "She is seventeen today. I was only a year older  tWhen she was born."  I made a swift mental calculation.  "Of course I cannot coerce any one  Into   marrying  the   child���������I   couldn't  I TOOK OUT TUB PAPER AKD BEAD."  evon mention lt to any one but a tried  friend like you���������but I somehow fancied that you were fond of hor. I do  think that marriage might tako theso  thousand and one foolish fancies out  of hor head."  \       "You haven't told mo yet what"���������  "I'm coming to lt. As I said, today  Is her birthday. A yoar ago I promised  bor a string of pearls for her noxt gift  -This morning I nsked her what sho  .���������wished, thinking, of courso, that she  iwould atiswor, 'That boautlful string  of pearls, mamma.' Any othor girl  iwould, but not sho!"  Mrs. Pemberton mado a dramatic  pauso.  "Well?* I vonturod, shifting ray position a llttlo tlmt I might ,tho hotter  observe a pair of handsome eyos.  '  ,MOf all things ln the world, dear  mamma, I do want a planchotto.'"  I chuckled. MrB. Pcmborton frowned  entrancing!;? at mo.  "Now, don't protend tlmt you know  What a planchotto Is," sho reprovod,  "for I don't bollovo you do. I didn't,  but you mny bo suro I didn't lot my  daughtor know tho Ignorance of her  mother. I told hor to chooso ono hor-  ���������oif and sond tlio bill to mo."  "Bravo!" I exclaimed.  "And thon?"  MAs soon as Bho was gono I ran to  tlio dictionary, Just as you would have  dono."  nor remark was polntod.  "What ls a planchotto?" I uskod diplomatically, I ovon hesitated a llttlo  ovor tho pronunciation.  Mrs. Porabortou leaned ovor and pat*  tod my shoulder.  "H������r.r,"t Um* boy" nri(������ enmmMifloda  Then **\\o aottlod her cushions again,  Closed bor boautlful oyos nnd recited:  " 'A small board flttod with a pencil  end two castors, mado to inovo easily  over a shoot of papor whon hands rest  l.���������!.!..j y;;';rj It; *reo boliovod bv noma  to write Independently of tho volition  of tho person or persons touching It,  but generally explained by tho dominant Idea.'"  "Yo gods! Tho motnory of horl" I  ftrrinlmod.  Mrs. Poraberton regarded mo com-  plncontry.  "Then of courso I turned to dominant  Idea. It means 'an Idea fixed in the  mind of Ita subject by tho powor of  bablt or otherwise* "���������  "Btayr I interruptwl hastily. "Ii  that tbo little boast lo thero ou tne  tobU������y������   .  Mrs. Pemberton turned her shapely  head in the direction of my pointing  finger.  "It is," she affirmed.  "Let's see if we can make it write,"  I wheedled, springing up and looking  down into her brown eyes. Dear heart!  Did she think I wanted Florence?  "I verily believe you would abet the  child in her folly," she murmured, but  she rose quickly and went into tbe parlor.  "First, a piece of paper," I said gay-  ly. I found several leaves on the window seat. I put one under the plan-  ehetie, and wo seated o>.r������*������lvf������s at tho  luDie. Mrs. T-crubertdn ih'uTbne sman  hand on the heart shaped board, and I  put my hand on her baud.  "That's not the way," she said hastily.  "It's the latest Improved," I declared  boldly. "I know more about these little animals than you think."  Now I was certainly possessed of a  dominant idea, and I was very much  excited In finding out whether the plan-  chette would apprise Mrs. Pemberton  of it, so excited, in fact, that I dellr?  lously passed my free arm around her  pretty  shoulders  and  laid my  face  against hers. We both closed our eyes.  She moved aver so slierhtlv.  "Sh!" I warned, "it's writing!"  Sure enough, it was moving spooklly  over the paper. We held our breaths.  Finally it gave two small jerks and  stopped. Mrs. Pemberton threw off my  arm and sat up ungracefully straight.  I took out the paper and read:  " 'I am sure dear mamma loves Mr.  Paul, and he' "���������  "Nonsense!" cried my lady.  "See for yourself," I protested, handing her the paper. "It is not your writing, and it is not mine. Something uncanny about it, isn't there? It ought to  be true, dear," I went on as she studied  the writing, "for Mr. Paul loves dear  mamma with all of his unworthy heart  I don't want to be Florence's husband,  sweetheart; I want to be her father."  The paper slipped from her hands.  She turned toward me, her lustrous  eyes tearful. I took her in my arms  and was bending my head when we  heard a voice singing in the hall. Mrs.  Pemberton ran, to the piano, and I sat  down on the sofa.  "Hello, folks!" greeted Florence  cheerfully, running into the room.  "Please-dontt-detain-me.--I-just_cam.e,  for my letter. I want to get it out on  this mail. Why, Where's the rest of It?"  Mrs. Pemberton's nervous fingers  were jerking out the chord of D. I sat  speechless. Presently Florence's sharp  eyes spied the missing sheet. Sho picked It up. She looked from her mother  to me and laughed.  "I wouldn't try the planchette without sharpening the pencil," she suggested mockingly. "It won't work without graphite."  Sho ran out, and I went over to the  piano.  "It did work, didn't It, best beloved?" I whispered, resuming where  Florence's entrance had Interrupted.  Jericho Has  A Sensation  Pap Perkins Tells of a Case of Swearing Between Deacon Hardman  and Deacon Goodhue.  SEVERAL events have happened  since the town of Jericho was  founded to shake it from center  to circumference, but nothing  ever produced greater excitement than  Deacon Hardman's lawsuit against  Deacon Goodhue. Both were steady  old men who were looked up to by the  community, and they had been friends  for years.  One day Deacon Goodhue borrowed  the other's hoe to work in the garden  and a few minutes later broke it off  Fooled His Fond Father.  Llttlo Harold wns very shy before  strangers, and when tho hostess asked  him questions he tucked his head down  In his mother's lap and wouldn't answer,  "Thore ls ono good thing about our  youngster," remarked Harold's father,  who had been dragged unwillingly tq  tho Sunday afternoon call. "Ho will  novor glvo away any family secrets.  Wo can count on that."  But her hostess persistod In hor questioning.  "What is your namo, dear?"  No answor, jn  "Whnt ls papa's namo?" ,       " " '  No answer. ."' '  "What does papa call mamma? Toll  me that, and you shall havo tbo prettiest cake on thd dlSh?'     .������������������'���������,  Tho Jmp of greed ovorcamo tlie Imp  of dumbness, nnd Harold spoko  promptly and distinctly.  "Ho calls hor ovory morning, bo doos,  'Marfa, got up and mnko tho flro.' And  ho cnllod hor Just today now, 'Mnrfa,  go by your own solf to boo your fool  folks.' Ho called mamma that, bo did,"  -Now York TroBB.  net. nnd Hleplmntu' Tank!,  Many of the elephants' tusks brought  to London for tho uso of workers In  Ivory aro observed to havo thoir surfaces groovod Into small furrows ot  unoqual depth, as though cut out by a  vory sharp edged Instrument This l������  dono by rat������, which aro fond of tho  gelatin, or animal gluo, lu tho sub-  stance^ Tbe Ivory cutter selects for  M" prit^o������������i������9 hv preference thoso tusks  whioh havo been gnawed In this way,  because thoy aro tbo onos which contain tbo most gelatin and aro thore-  foro tho host iu uiatorlul. Curiously  enough, tlio trado, whllo giving tbls  mv.h reono-nWon tn tho nits' work, has  not recognized tliora ns tlio autbom ot  It, tho common belief In tbo .business  being that Uio ivory has boon thus  gnawed by alligator*. How It Is Imagined that alligators got a chanco to  {���������how elephants' tusks Is a problem.���������  Loudon Stundurd.  Who ah. it.  "Father, what ls 'tbe woman wltb t  mission rM  "In many cones, my soo, sbe ts tbe  wife of tba husband wltb dyspepsia  nnd boles Id bts stocktn*s,"-New York  Ua%r������M    IHE?  AITD   THERE THET  CLINCHED  AND  KOLLBD ON THE GEASS TOGETHER  at the shank. While he contended that  It was old and rusty and ready to  break, he offered to buy a new one to  replace it. Much to his surprise, he  was allowed to do so, and he went  home to say to his wife:  __"MarOja, I've known Deacon Hard-  man for tfiirty-ye^rs���������aiTd~have"-just-  found him out He's a human hog,  and if he ever goes to heaven I want  to go somewhere else."  For two weeks after that the two  deacons nodded coldly to ea������h other  whenever they met, and it gradually  became known to Jericho that their  relations were strained. Then ono  morning Deacon Goodhue set out to  drive five hogs over to the weighing  scales. He had to pass the other deacon's house, and as he came along the  gate was open and all the hogs mado  a rush for it He was trying to drive  them out of Deacon Hardman's yard  When the latter came out and said:  "By gum, Deacon Goodhue, but this  ls goin' too fur���������too fur! You opened  tbat gate and driv your hogs ln on me  a-purpose!"  "I never did, and you know I didn't!"  retorted Deacon Goodhue as ho paused  ln his running.  "Yes, you did."  "No, I didn't."  "Do you call mo a liar?*     ' ,  "Yos, if you call mo one!"  "Tako lt back or I'll mop tbe ground  With you,"  "Como out hero and I'll make you  seo stars!"  Then and thoro tho deacons clinched  and rolled on tbo grass togothor, and  they woro choking each other and  broathlrig hard when Mosob Schomor-  born camo along and separated thom.  Deacon Hardman went straight to Justice Somorfiold and Bworo out a warrant for assault and battery, and two  days later tho trial came off, and Jorl-  oho had a sensation to boat a landslide  or a volcano.  Both mon had tbelr friends and tbe  public was dlvldod. Tho only person  who had wltnossed tho f racafl was Deacon Hardman's wlfo, but thoro were  othor wltnoBsos sworn,  Old Mrs. Taylor Bworo tbat sho had  always suspoctod Doacon Goodhuo to  bo a man of violent temper and tbat  be only noeded to be klckod to becomo  a raurdoror. Moses Hunt was a mllo  away tbat morning looking for bis  cow, but ho sworo tliat Deacon Hard-  man was tbo sort of man to loso his  temper and do awful things If bo found  a strange bog rooting up his holly-  bocks. Abner Crossman, who bad  imnwn both parties for tblrtoon years,  swore that ho bad known Deacon  Goodhue to full off a haystack, gat  mired In a swamp and fight bumblebees for half au bour without losing  tbe smllo on bis face, and bo could not  hrllovw thnt Im had begun this fuss.  Opposed to him was Truoheart Johnson, wbo said be bad seen Deacon  Hardman klckod boad over beels by a  cow, run over by a hog aud knocked  down by a ram and tbat be preserved  a bumble spirit throughout and even  asked tbe cow to torglve bim It be bad  hurt her feelings,  Mm, Hardman's testimony was tliat  sbe was washing tbe dlsbes after  breakfast wben she beard ber hunbtnd  live a grunt and rush from tbe house.  She fotlowed him to tbe door aod beard  and saw all that subsequently passed,  What is the Meaning of  "Well Balanced" Flour.  i ���������       '  A perfectly " balanced " flour is one which  contains the greatest amount of nutriment in its  most easily digestable form. No single variety  of wheat will produce "well balanced" flour. It  requires the careful selection of different kinds.  The makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR have more than a hundred elevators,  scattered throughout the greatest wheat growing  country in the world, which enables them to secure the very pick ofthe wheat that will yield  perfectly balanced flour���������  ���������The kind of flour that produces the best,  the largest and the strongest loaf���������  ���������The loaf which contains the greatest  amount of bone, muscle and brain-making protein and the lowest percentage of waste.  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD makes bread  which reduces the labor of, digestion���������and gives  greatest nutrition for least stomach effort.  It's the "balance" in flour that makes bread  easier to digest and gives it many other qualities  which are usually attributed to other causes.  Ogilvie's   uRoyal   Household"   Flour.  though in such ft. nervous state that she  could not be sure of anything. She felt  almost sure that Deacon Goodhue said  "by gum" and "devil" and "old crank,"  but she wouldn't be positive of it  She was almost as sure that her husband started to sing a hymn and made  Borne Scriptural quotation, but she  jnjjghtjuivo- been mistaken. She was  not sure who grabD^nEEe~TffiejT"firstr  but she could swear on the living Bible,  that they had trodden all the cucumbers Into the earth and broken down  most of her tiger lilies. She ended by  saying that she had had rheumatism  for twenty-six years and that whenever she returned a cup of borrowed  sugar she always heaped the measure  up.  It took two days to try tho case, aud  meanwhile all business, including the  sawmill, was suspended. There was  no jury, and when almost everybody  in town had sworn on one sido or the  other Justice Somerfiold put on his  most dignified look and said:  "This case Booms to go back to the  hoe aud to Deacon Goodhue's garden.  Was tliere any need of tlie deacon  working in his garden that day? What  had become of his own hoe?   Was tho  borrowed hoe rusty In tho shank or  was it not?   If Deacon uooctuuo hud  not hit a stone with It would it have  broken? Ho offered to buy a now hoe  to roplaco the old one, but wasn't ho  hoping that Deacon Hardman would  rofuso It? Doacon Iliirdnian hud bad  that hoo for ton long years, and was  he glad that It was broken and thnt bo  bad a chanco to got a new ono ln its  placo?  "Then thoro woro tlio bogs. Any man  who bad" ever sot out to drlvo ono hog  along the road, to say nothing about  flvo, know that tho animal wouldn't go  straight for a rod at a tlmo. Ho  couldn't spy a ho,lo In tho fonco without  wautiug to soo If it, was a flt. Ho  wouldn't bo a hog to pass an open gate  without making a rush for tho opening.  "Thon tbo deacons confronted eacb  othor, Thoy woro feeling edgewtso  about tbo hoo, and lt was to bo inferred tbat lt didn't take much to get  their backs up. As to whothor tho Uo  was actually gtvon and who gave It  flrst ls a mnttor tn doubt Tbe samo  is true as to wbo grabbed first, but  thoro can be no possible doubt tbat  many cucumbors and tlgor llllos wero  destroyed aud tliat Doacon Hardman  emerged from tho conflict wltb a skinned noso, Taken full and by and back  and forth, it was about an ovon thing,  Tbe costs will bo divided between  thom, business resumed at 7 o'clock  tomorrow morning, and if either has  any haul ud������t Iu ibt cellar he will ho  excited to trcnt the Cibor, t\x\d both  mako up and lot bocs and bogs go to  grass forever more."       M. QUAD.  A Lady oi Importance.  After a panic stricken search Dorothy's mother had found her three-year-  old seated In state in the village station vfith her doll held tightly in her  -armsr  charged," was the answer of "the employer, "and you will find that ls a  hard fact"���������New York Press.  "Why, Dorothy, you naughty little  girl, to get lost!" scolded lier mother.  Dorothy drew herself up with a fine  assumption of diguity,, "I'm not lost,"  she insisted. "I know where I am; I  am a big lady, with my baby, waiting  to take the train."  Tlie Instrument Tliey Use.  "Haven't you got any toothpicks?'-  asked the tourist in the Arizona restaurant  "Toothpick?" queried the cashier.  "What's the matter? Didn't the waiter  give yo a fork?"���������Catholic Standard  and Times.  A Literary Pliriue.  "Let mo introduce you to that debutante," eald the hostess, "Sho is a  poom."  "Yes," answered tlie eligible man. "I  feel that sho ls ono of the poems I  ought to know."���������Washington Star.  Clever,'  Foreigner���������Why do you call him your  cleverest millionaire?  American���������Oh, ho has originated so  many sensational ways of spending bis  monoy .���������Brooklyn Life.  Ills Mnxlm Good.  Tbo gamo was proverbs, and wben lt  was four-year-old Harold's turn bo offered, "It Is never too lato for men,"���������  New York Globo.  Itaiblnir th* Growler,  Giving ntm th* Fust*.  A youug maa \ih.h & uwcV.ci had  mado a peremptory demand for an  increase in salary. Tho head of the  concern did aot dispute his argument  that bo bad dono much to build up the  business of tbe firm, but tried to convince the yoxmg man tbat every one's  position could be filled.  "Suppose, for instance," aald he,  "you abould die. Borne ono would take  four phice."  "Oh," replied tho young man, "tbst tt  ��������� supposition."  ���������Then too mBJMUDjx>������e yourself dhv  Lwdle'a Werttly.  DUcournclnv, '  "WhatI" exclaimod Orlttlch. *'Qo*  Ins on the leoturo platform, are you?"  "Yes," replied the conceited young  author; "that Is Just to give readings  from my own works, you know." "But  supposo you should provo to be a poor  reader too. It would bo a double ,  frost" . i  Heme te new,       "J,   "   \  Mrs. James���������My husband la a con- ,  semtlre. Mrs. Johns-lndtedt' Why,  I had oo Idea he was in tbat boslotss. '  Does be bave a Urgo-er-consem*  toryl ..     ���������      _,_....,. J Cumberland news;Baby's Own. Tablets  Cumberland, B.C.  A POINTER ON F-tSRoonAI- BEAU-  .  TY.  From "Success Magazine.")  There is a saying that every time  a sheep bleats, it loses a mouthful of  hay." Every time a woman worries  she loses a little of her attractiveness  and takes on marks of age.  If your servant scorches the soup  or overcooks the meat, never mind.  You cannot afford to worry about It,  and if you scold her, you may make  up your mind to lose some of your  beauty, to let go some'of your magnetism.  If the members of the family are  habitually late, try to remedy it, but  don.'t worry about It. If you do, you  will grow older in the process.  If your husband or children do  things that do not please you, do not  nag at them. This will only aggravate the evil you complain of, and it  will cost you some of their love and  respect. Every time you nag you  lose a little of your power to charm  and attract them to you.  If the cleaners spoil your favorite  dress, don't get angry about it. An  outbreak oi hot temper will take  away much more of your attractiveness than your dress could supply.  If you lose your pocketbook, don't  worry about it. Worrying will not  bring it back, but it will take out of  your face and disposition that which  money can never replace.  If you meet with bitter disappointment, don't, fret, don't cry over it. If  you do, you pay a penalty which you  can ill afford. No woman can fret  and nag, and worry and keep away  the marks of age���������or retain her beauty and power to please.  A Cure for Rheumatism.���������The intrusion of uric acid into the blood vessels is a fruitful cause of rheumatic  pains. This irregularity is owing to  a deranged and unhealthy condition  of the liver. Anyone subject to this  painful affection will find a remedy  in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. Their  action on ethe kidneys is pronounced  and most beneficial, and by restoring  healthy action they" correct impurities  in tb.6 blood.  -������������������-���������-������������������A���������minister��������� often _has_.a_hard_time,  convincing a young man whom he has  just married that there is no regular  price for the ceremony and yet leaving such an impression that he will be  sure to get a liberal donation," said  the Rev. C. P. Smith, pastor 6f the  North Side Christian Church in Kansas City, Kan., "and we often have  some amusing experiences in cont  nection with the matter. I remember  one instance about ten years ago  * when I was preaching at Walla Walla,  Wash. There was no negro preacher  in town and I was often called upon  to perform a ceremony between negroes. One afternoon after I had married a young negro couple, the groom  asked me what was the price for the  service. " 'Oh, well,' said I, 'you can  pay me whatever you think It ls worth  to you.' "The negro turned and Silently looked his bride over from head  to toot," then slowly rolling up-./Hie  whites of his eyes to me, said:  '"Lawd, sah, you has done ruined me  for life.'"  CURE HOT WEATHER AILIYitNTS  AND SUMMER COMPLAINTS.  In the hot weather the little ones  suffer from stomach and bowel troubles, are nervous^ weak, sleepless and  Irritable. Their vitality is lower now  than at any other season. Prompt action at this time saves a precious lit-  tie life. Baby's Own Tablets is the  best medicine in the world for little  ones. They speedily relieve, promptly  cure ������Dd give sound and refreshing  sleep. And they are guaranteed free  from opiates and harmful drugs. They  always do good���������they cannot possibly  do harm, and no home should be  without the Tablets, especially during  the hot weather months, when dan-  gerous troubles come suddenly and ai  most unpercelved. Mrs. Adam Mar-  ticottq, Chlorydormes, Que^, says:  "I have used Baby's Own Tablets for  diarrhoea and stomach troubles and  always with the most perfect success,  'rney are better than any other medicine I know of." Sold by all druggists  or by mail at 25 cents a box by writing the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont. See that every bot  hears the name "Baby's Own Tablets" and the picture of a ' four-lsat-  clover ou the wrapper. Anrthmg elm  ^ an imitation.  A young Virginia woman who recently moved to New York with her  husband brought with her a typical  colored servant. The lady was quite  ill, and one morning after the physician had left the servant appeared,  much concerned for the welfare of  her mistress. Approaching the bedside she said: "Miss May, mah mo-  thah dun had a cousin what had de  same ailments what you dun got."  "Is that., so, Cora?" replied the lady.  "Yessum," responded Cora, encouraged, "but mah mothah's cousin she  died, 'deed she did." "Well, Cora,"  said her mistress, angry that she  should tell her such a tale at such an  inopportune time, "if that's all you  have to say to me you can leave the  room and don't come in again. I  don't want to hear such> stories. You  haven't the sense you were born  with, and that was migiity little."  Cora 'was thoroughly frightened at  what she had done and wished to ameliorate her ill-chosen story, so she  thought for a moment, and, turning  to go, said: "Well, Miss May, mah  -mothah-told���������me���������she-olied,  easy."  WHERE THEY LOST THEIR LUCK.  Impurities in the Blood.^-When the  action of the Kidneys becomes impaired, impurities in the blood are almost sure to follow, and general derangement of the system ensues. Parmelee's Vegetabl Pills will regulate  the kidneys, so that they will maintain healthy action and prevent the  complications which will certainly  come when there Is derangement of  these delicate organs. As a restorative these pills are in the first rank.  Bjorkyns���������Bad cold you have,Bjen-  kyns. ' How did you ' contract it?  Bjenkyns���������J didn't , contract it It  was only a'little one, and I expanded  It f'* .-..  (Orison Swett Harden   in   "Success  Magaziue.")  In dawdling.   n  In indecision.  At the race track. ���������  In poor judgment.  In worry and fretting.  In magnifying difficulties.  In a bad business location.   ���������  In trusting unworthy people.  In trying to get rich quickly.  In letting their ambition cool.  In over sanguine expectations.  "At the end of a fishing rod."  In not daring to take chances.  At cheap, demoralizing shows. V,  In not mastering their moods.  In getting into the wrong place.  In makiffg a business a pleasure.  In not quite knowing their business.  In waiting"for something to turnup.  It went down in drink and up in  smoke.  In trying to take short cuts to success.  In working only'when they felt like  it-   *;  In not working to a plan or programme, ������  In neglecting their personal appearance.  In looking on the dark side of everything.  In overconfidence born of a first  easy victory.  In choosing a silly, extravagant  girl for a wife.  In not being ready for the opportunity when it came.  In sampling every kind of investment scheme that came along.      ���������  In dreaming of things instead of  doing the little ones at hand;  In being so disagreeable and selfish  that ���������they could not make friends.  It was burned up by a hot temper,  which drove their employers and customers away.  In waiting for,, some one to help  them or give them a boost, or for  some rich uncle to die.  In refusing to take the positions  they could get because they did not  know whether they would like the  work or not.  There is more Catarrh tn thUf section of the eoun.  try than all other diseases put together, and until  the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For.  a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly  failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it  Incurable. Soience has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney'* Co .Toledo,Ohio.is the only oon#-  tutional cure on the market. It is taken Internally  in doses from 10 drops.to a teaspoonful. It acts dlr-  .eGtly_on_iie_b]oMjndLni^cpjjs:^surfaMsj)f_the_8y8-_  tern. They offer one hundred dollars for any cose it-  tails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials.  Address:  F. J. OHENEY <t 00., Toledo, Ohio.  Sold by Druggists,' 76c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  ''Don't you hire any servants at all  to keep this hotel clean? My room is  in an awfully dirty condition!'" complained the victim of the summer hotel "ad." "That is the fault of the  wind," declared the proprietor blandly: "you know we advertise: 'Swept  by ocean breezes!'"  Millard's Liniment cures Diphtheria.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Ah English debtor, on being sued,  admitted that he had borrowed the  money, but said that tho plaintiff knew  at the time It was a "Kahleen Mavour-  noen loan." "A Kathleen Mavourneen  loan?" questioned tho court, with a  puzzled look. 'That's it, your Lord-  flhlp���������ono of tho 'It may bo for yoars,  and lt may bo forever' sort."  loth, Mange, Prairie scratches, Cu*  ban Itch on human or animals, oured  In 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion.. It never falls. At all druggists.  Glvo Hollowayte Qorn Cure a trial.  It removed ton corns from ono pair  of foot wlthdut nny pain. What It has  dono once It will do iigulu.  Tho Foreigner���������Tho Presidency, I  believe, Is tho highest ofllco within  tho gift of tho American pooplo, ls It  not? Tho Native���������No; tlio hlghost  ofllco Is tho weather signal station on  Plko's Peak.  Ayers  Losing your hair? Coming  otic by the combful? And  doing nothing? No sense in  liui. Vhy don't you u������e  A,������r'* Hair VJjor snd  Hair Vigor  ?romptly stop the falling?  bur hslr will begin to grow,  too, and all dandruff will disappear. Could you reasonably expect anything better?  wHa  ^SSmWmmatOrmJMM  A Private letter recently received  In New York from a Russian woman,  according to the Tribune, quotes' the  following little story as an illustration of the present situation and the  popular attitude In Russia:���������"Japan  would have consented tp peace with  Russia somo tlmo ago If tho Czar had'  been able to send the Mikado the foi-  IowInK parsons: Two functionaries  not drink; ono muojlk wh^'ftati never  dr'fnki ono muojlk who has inever  boon whlppod; one workman whd> has  always had enough to oat. But the  Czar was unable to find such persons  In his whole country, nnd offered Instead: Admiral Alexleff, Grand Duko  Serglus, General Orloff, Admiral Ouch-  tomsky; and tlio prlost, Jean do  Cronstodt, But tho Mlkacjo would not  accept those, substitutes, and that Is  why tho war Btlll goes on."  WIRE WOUNDS.  My mnro, a vory valimblo ono, was  badly bruised and cut by bolng caught  In a wlro fence.  Somo of tho wounds  i would not heal, although I tried many  ' different modlclnoB,   Dr. Boll advised  mo to uso MINARD'S LINIMENT, dl-  ; luted at first, then stronpfor as the  sores began to look better, until after  ; throe weeks, tho sores havo   healod  ! and best of all tho hair Is   growing  well, and is not whlto as Is most always tho case In horse wounds.  An English' prisoner, on being put  into the dock in a London court, leaned over the front of,the box and handed a "dock guinea" to a young member of the bar. "You defended me  once before, sir; do you ^remember?  and got me off. It was at Heruord  Sessions, sir, for stealing a watch."  LET THE BABY SLEEP  ��������������������������� use -���������-���������-,'  WILSONS  FLY PADS  Weymouth.  F. M. nOUCBT.  .n 1 r..n^>^���������.~���������:<-  THE TRADE OFTHE 0?&T WEST  Mr. Slomnn���������Is your sister at1  home, Willie? WUllo-I heard her i  tolj ma sho oxpoctod a proposal to-|  u.ft..i, txoJ li >uu'm uoi. wuw Ivuw������ 11  guoss sbe ain't at home,  Mlnard's Liniment eurea Garget   In  Cows  Flatbroke���������I'm sorry I enn't pay  that bill now���������you'll havo to wait  a whllo. And I'd llko n suit Hunt  nwny, too. Tailor���������You'll p������n it, I'm  going to elan one tomorrow.  Thin Hair  "Pa, why do automobiles have num.  ItomT' "So that those who are run  ovor may read."  Overalls, Smocks  and Shirts.  Mmitt  io nt  and   f  Made to Wear*  Yeu   will   never  have   Comfort  Satisfaction and Wearing Qualib  lea (n your Working Clothes tm������  til you wear  'Klnn of the Road' Brand  ASK YOUR DEALER.  v������  #  a  What You Want  isa FLOUR that  Combines  ������  ������  ������  ������  And   These  Qualities  are Contained in  Lake* the foods Milling  s--fi->\.  ,j-  .- ��������� , - ,���������������������������,; ������������������' ,��������� ������������������    /     , ��������� i  "For tho'alleged stealing of-a watoh,-  you mean,".corrected the barrister,  as he pocketed his fee.", "Alleged he  blowed!"-replied the prisoner. "I've  got the watch at'ome now!"  Lifebuoy Soap���������diBinfeotant���������is strong'y,  feeommondod by tho medioal profession as  % aafetfiuird against infectious dmoaeoa.     ,.  "No, sir! This strike will go on up>  til tho. jpauso of tho oppressed triumphs. 'It can't bo stopped, it can't  be'crushed. It ls:a struggle tb tho  finish." "How would about 9350 for  your personal needs strike you?" "As  I said before, this strike can't be  crushed���������but I didn't say It couldn't,  be called off.  Where's the money?"   ���������"  Mlnard's Liniment cures Colds, Eto.  Language doesn't stand still. Kansas people know a man ls a tenderfoot  when ho talks about "cyclone cellars,"  Peoplo ln tho cyclone belt always re*  fer to them as "frald holes."  THE  COST  IS  FORGOTTEN  You have realized how delicious a perfectly blended tea can be.    Although  so far superior In quality���������t.ie cost Is  no more than ordinary tess.    ���������  GOLD STANDARD TEA  i   In 1 lb. and % lb. Lead Packots; 3 lb.  and 5 lb. Tins.   35, 40 and CO cents  At the Grocers.  CODVILLE A CO., WINNIPEG,  BUT  THE  LINGERS  Keep tbem in tbe house.  Tike one when you feel bilious or dizzy, They ict directly on the liver.**���������****������  W IM U No S*3  SKmSSESS BUCKINGHAM'S. DYE  irantuai Drown or riCa DUCK? USO   imn,w rimmt������as.sira>m.iMismV7  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E. B. EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains Heat and Keeps Out Cold.  Write for Samples and Prices  TEES & PERSS2,   Limited,   Agents,   Winnipeg. .JtlBUUIaU.MU Jyi.flV.iii.U.H   \\'> \,        ��������������������������� -������������������      ���������'      ������������������  OPENIN  _ .. . ��������� ojl.  AT   THE  G0RNER  STORE  Ps R9l mi������������ ssfipg the- iw Cpeds-  MT Advertisers wfco want their ad  "i fr r' i;1 ,i-i j ���������vTnj .wast*   wj    i .��������������� ������  0 ft.m. day before issue.  The Editor will not be responsible lor, t^e  views, sentiments, or nay errors of cotnposi-  \      ������������������ s i-vu -..; . ���������������������������.      i rr.t*( o<������������������T������<*-'������ ���������.  lion of letter correspondents.  It is rti^cuH to reaJize tti;e etior-  mou.������i ex^erit yl Alberta and ^asj^at-  ^chewant^m-fa^t48.iar-a8-that_goeB  **i-:������>Vi ������������������!.���������������. V 1.k s w-i'i ������������������.'.-.���������si- *���������-������������������.������������������.   iS'il   "     :~  ^estern^^ile tbemselves have no  $M*������* m. jwtej- T?. ^  ������ix times as large as $Jew York  ?ta(lje,an^ eacljL is larger than tl^e  German Pyoipite,    With thia con.  ���������'  ���������' ,r-u>', >'t"a* tv,    ,   ��������� i   '       .,������������������      i'., ���������  nanaon iirview \s ty any. wonch-r.  m ^t.W); H tljiat tljU>x hW������ W1:  Cijtijk  on  this  continent  fyaye  1^' ",������ W$X'W&������W������fy the  |h������t the nw^f,oi; jp^ and recre,  atjion grounds has not beon brought,  norae to bur civjo authorities within  ,'        ���������     ���������    ci i  V > '������.,"' '. t'.    -   ���������  the last few year.H, howflyer the absolute neces������Hy of piny groundB and  breathing spotB in our cities has  been wore clearly peon and greater  eflorin have been put forth to obtain bpMer parka The gilt of  9,000 acreMo tin;' oftjj nf, G%R0w,  fccutlanc), by Mr. Cumeron Oorb/ejtt,  as a g,rea(t rocr^uipn pjirk m?0*f  mm������l{ toW, ^elo?w.1  towartp wjijflb, \\}f Cai^Jiy. oities  fjiou^, d/r$jj raoje, ^ttentjon.  Whej} tikis b^rn^s a gre>>t $% we,  will pa.thnticalft,^lih we M'tyty,  ��������� park as ^psjton (Jymtnorjsor, H^djB  J[ark in tyndon.  11" i    "'0     ���������  Few, mothers will allow t^eir  child rep to vj*\\ for any length oif  time with someone thoy know notiV  inBahou^huthnw, msn^ taie th������������  troublo to become personaifv ac-  (jnaintfld. with their ohildren'e  BcHool tcachor. Mijjjj a father and  mothpr d^i.not l(iko^U^miui vrjao  has charge qf, theU caldron 'lot the  grvat������i |mi,t xf{ ������^>y ^, v^\ \y  tbe charact^ ul* theif, (jhildren.  The in0..e9Ce ^tQm.tm W������P������.  Um pupjl if iornethling tl,at every  oerspt si^MJd, ^re^lly ^opii^r.  Xskiev 28th���������The Rufffan battle-  lW?.R^.Xii���������,,, V"^ w** ������w������k *'  |!,ort Arthur was re-^oatpd by the  Japanese engineer.? yesterday.  i^anaifno. \y. L. Mackenzie ping  l^lpjc'ter of 4-a|)or from Qtta^'n, hag  arrjyed in an endeavor "to bring  abp,^^ ^n a^]cab.|e|ettlen^ent of tj^e  strike.  London, ^th���������Thp tyjtjeh Roy-  erncneut has ^jcjed to establish a  naval base a^t Singapore as a part  of a vast new scberne of������|ti)perial  defence which ^p||i(|e8 the conjpijl-  eory purchase o| th^ Tanjongpagar  docks.  ^KatJsJCad^ij^  se8aiojOR*xtOi\dirig .over ,f������orne weeks  the Jj[orsfegj^p aod ..Swedish dele-  ga.tei-- h^ave at I.^st settled upon nep-  eiat^o^ and[ l^������ twp countries have  agreed o^i 'a\\ points  StPet^yrg, l^thr-The authori- ]  ties here htkya received official rer  ports from tjije Siberian count that  the Japanese are pursuing measures  which are mining the inhabitants,  of Sakhalien The Japs are forcing  the people to pell their property at  absurdedly low prices tiuder threats  of death. The people of the southern portion, being forced to immigrate and thoBfl pf the northern are  beinj? plundered nf their horses, cattle and crops and driven from their  farms wit hont food. As an example  of the extremity of tty Japanese  methods, General Seiver^ovesky com  manding the Alexnndrovck district  reports that 180 Rupsiana were' led  into marshal* by Japanese and wero  beheaded.  Nanaimo, 26th~MaokenzieKing  had a confereico with the Min^u  fnion and Manager Stockett. The  interviews were very patisfactory  and there ie a strong feelins that  both parties will now be brought to  gether and negotiations with end of  feflMte^XioW'  P*rjf   2^7^mifil JPourpjer  stated toriny tli.ntt thelititi^ naval  station, at Hingenore givef ^ utrnteg: .  ip base ai^Oioiei^ alwolufely ^ pre- }  ' vent passage of naval forces within  > the China Sea and is capable of sap  pressing commercial comraunicatton  between China and Kurope. /Phut  Singapore hooomep Great Brffrtin's  ' key to the door of the Qhsiyi Sea*  wa*ma*$t*mamJ**^mmsm^  If ynu v������nt io getsatii/le(!6A oti  your hunting trips, buy vour Am-  munHion eto. "At The Big Store"-  where they carry ��������� large stock of  hunter* requisitei. -*���������������������������**  After fifteen yean reBicJencg, in  Cumberland Mrs H. P. ^oUli and  family will leave on Friday rooming to reside In Victoria.   tyra, 'Ctd/.  Hi leavea a host of, irM* mj\ff, t*rt  gret to hear of hef departure, ty},  will fwl that gijrn(h������|rjan4a'e lo^e, .*.  Vietor^'a gain.   Mp C^iUn has*a^-  wayibeen, ^  ^tixe worfker ifi,  charitably and, sptfaj, iiffai^ ^nd,  her plao^ w,lll not h* easily  filled  | Wlt^Vier maijy   Wenr]*   my  wlf^'  her l������o X������y*W'  One of the   b-st  Boots sold in Canada.  Boy'������ snd Youth's rex ohrome leather  I boots for wet weather wear.   Tbey are  absolutely water tight; made over a St  form last aod bave a sole that will wear |  ike iron.  Youth's sizes, 10'h to 13'a,  Boy's sizes, l's to 5'n.  Vjai^ufactured By,  J.PCKIB, Co., I,t||.  y^NCQUVcR B.C.  Royal Household Flour  $6.50 per barrel fl .65 per sack.  At the "Big:8t9:re,  ���������mmm w^���������������������������m | '     '      i  New Goods  constantly, arriving  at Napier <fe Partridge.  IM8! Woijftotoe,  tffa 0ffiat MlngiviA Remedv.   |#MS^^  awuKB amd after Bron Wfflft JpftffWPS, &per-  maiorfkoea, iHimenW, WmMM Abano or  Bxcest}, al} of��������������� which, lpa4 to Consunijjfion,  Mco  HAWU    <������u    VK" T*aa.v^    *VI*a4     VV  Inflrmjlty. Insftuityjkpd^p efirly urftve.  aBe,      ,���������  .ad in  :e on receipt of prin������, Write for jram   ���������_..   ,��������� .;yanaap efirly gi,  |1 per pkff., aim tax f 5.  One will please, six will  SoTdbyaUa������ttggi������ts09 inai   cure,  naoki  plain  hiet  lonsumption,  X'  p,!  ;aao on receipt or pno������, wpitororfamph ...  'he Wood Medlolno 0������M WJatUor. Ontario.  Choice Satr-ples df /;  Ciotlis ancl Tweeds  %      ; Just To Hard,  Leave your orier for a Suit.  Also to fcrrive iii, a|;; lew  Ohoice Selection  and OWldrens,  '*"  d >ys   an   extra  of Laities,   Kisses  Cemts dh'3 Skirts.  Advanced Style* from the ljest Costume makers ef t&e Continent,  Wait and' see them befoie  making your purchases.  C. DAVIES  sW^MAM^M^^^^^^  Everything in th$  line At the Big ^ere.  ��������� .*'"' _  "ir"iO   Ammunition  DIAMOND   RING  On CHRISTMAS,   ^chance for every DOLLAR, Cash  Purchase, from Sept  1^.% ������.  -E,ing^ now oa  view at my store.  Vanguard $27 OQ  Aopletm Traoy A Oo.  180 W ;  17 Jewelled nickel jy&ithain, |10 00  15 Jewplled Waltham, $8 00  Solid Odd Watefyes, ^adies & Gents.  Solid Gold Chains, fcoo'kots, Brooches.  Di ttnond and Precious Scone Rings.  Quadruple aud Plated Silverware.  Sterling Silverware,  Rogers Flatware.  Cut (jlass and Leather Goods,  Everything  at   Eastern   Prices  i  tA  .1  P.    STODDART  4 Watchmaker an^ Jeweller. All Engraving Free.  Royal Barjk of Carfada  Capital (paid up), $3,000,000  Reserve IHjnd.  3,000,000  Undivided Profits,.     302,743  T.'E. KENNY, Prksidkniv. K L. PEASE, Genkual Manaojs  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department:--Deposits of $1 and upwards received;   Interest allowed at current rates, compounded twioe eaoh year on 30th June and 31st December.  Drafts ou all points bought and sold.  A. W. HYNDMAN, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS   10 tb 3;    Saturday 10 to 12; open  Pay Nights 7 p.ni. to 9p.m  GO  TO  CARET  The TAILOR  for your next Suit pt clothes.   Look  at these Prices   ,      Pants   $3.00 up  Suits   $18.00 up  Overcoats $12.50 up  Style ,  Fit and Workmanship  , Guaranteed. i  DAVIS   BLOCK.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  The only anf o effectual monthly  medicine on which women can  depend. 8old in two degrees of  strength���������No. 1, for ordinary  caBPH,$lpprl>ox; No. 2,10 tie-  green stronger for Specie 1  OnRif),$8 per box. Sold by all  drvatAtits. A'sk for Cook's Cotton Root Compound; take no  substitute,  Th* CCOk Modioli** Oo.������     Windsor, OnUrio.  Fair  Trial  IS ^ ALL -W-^5 JLS^  T UST u 0 ha nee io show you j hat  J we al ways please our customers!  by supplying thew with the BEST  MEATS at the lowest market  prices. A trial ord������-r wil] convince;  you.   ;,  THE   QITY  Meat   Market  W. W. BJcKAY, Prpprietor.  *  TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE. DAT  Tak LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tal).  lets,    All druggistH refund the nioiiev if it  (ails to cure.       E. W. GroveVsignature is  oa eaoh box,   25o. .'  New stook now iti at the Jiife.  Store of Gen's, Lnriies. Youth's ruiiv  coalp.   feee these gi.'odr-.  A Guaranteed Qurev'ifor Piles.  Itching,  Blind,  Bleeding or. Protnulii.g,  Druggiots refund money i( PAZt>i  Piles.  OINTMENT fails to oqre any case, no ilint,.  ter of how long standing, in 0 to 14 di^yi.  First application given e ee and vest, bob."  ���������ICyonr dtuegist hasn't it Rend 50o in st ���������nipfij  mn it'will lie forwarded post-paid by I'utia  Medioine Co., St. Louis, Mo,  ANKVyBJJDVVAHMEJR  ���������     '"i    , ,���������  One of our SchooUtaff ono evening  lately, thought otthe oxcollont plan-  of placing a lighted inoandescent  glnbo betwiwn tne eheetH of his bed  tqitfarm t^rp Mp tor tlie night.  Reaving the pU^nt warmer to do  itu wofk, |)e went out to ipepd the  evening ancl, upon '^ttrning a Utr  tie later, found a Urge hole burnt  In the bedclothes and was juet in  time to save a binge. Moral���������Dont  .monkey with the lightning,   Q " ' i", imp .��������� -  Wm Palby, dontist, formoly of  this town was married recently in  {jewnit* lo Air������ .Uurtiia iierny.    ���������  H.everal ladies have complained  of the filtbycondilipn of the sidewalks, in front of certain resorts of  tms'tbwn. It in about timo that  the law prohibiting spitting on the  sidewalks was enforced.  Top talked of appointment of Geo  ' lUtijr, .\LP. to the Lieut Governorship, is. lopped upop as a huge joke.  jown last wwk. one to,tbe faroljy of  Mr T. Wil^n, ihe other to Mr, (Jeo,  Dougbbo^; '' ^   '  A ij/U) will shortly be chown for  the erectfon of the new Oilstones  ffouso in Cumberland tu cos;'nbout  ^2,000.  v 1905��������� September 27 to October 7 ���������1905  " ,      Under' tlie auspices of the Royal Agricultural and  Industrial      Society,,.. ���������,.,   If ^w Westminster  Stupendous and comprehensive array of Exhibits representing the resources of all Canada.  l,^fAPtS$lI,IBfi  Knlarged grounds, new, handsome and  spacious buildings,  $i  WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS inRowini* and L.n.���������.���������������SU���������������T  ?2T^ ffitIi^A?D������ Md othw ^mous Band!.  QftAND WATER CARNIVAL Parade of Fra.tr River fishing (loot, patrol boats  H  M. warships,. Indian war oanop, ������to, *        v    ���������       "��������� "'  Indian Sports,  K.W^,mffi^B0.',W,lt,W���������,I���������MABT���������  *"���������������������������*'���������������* ."WW  Do You Want:  A PjANO?  t    We Can Save  |; Money For You  j|WEITJBAT 0N0BT0!  I jFlctcher l^rosi  I;    08,OPVT 8TREET  iTiotOfia, B.O.  ^������  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied at lowest Market Prioe*  A Great Variety will always be.  io itook j. alio ������ ippply of  Freich Pish  will bo bo Sale *very Wednesday  mmfmrn^i   Yonr patronage is cordially Invllwl, anA  a!} otflarf wil). he ^f^ptly delifii^d.  MoPNe&Son  PROPMllfiXJKS.


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