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The Best Place to buy your
��� ���0 WULJL'    M. Ky ���������
The Largest and most up-to-date stook of Holiday Goods ever shown in this
distriot.   Tho most beautiful aud bewildering display of suitable
Merchandise ftp" tie Festive Season.
We have not only marked all goods at popular prices, but we are giving you
chances to wiu
For every dollar cash purchase nude in our store, commencing December 1st
will entitle you to a Free Ticket being a chance ol Three Splendid Prizes:���
1st Prize���A fine Dinner & Tea Set
consisting of 80 Pieces, highly enameled aud decorated
in rose piuk, pretty design  ValUC  *$) I 8   ^O
2nd Prize���Large Dressed Doll,
Most Lite-like.   A beautiful Toy J^(lly���   $ J   CO
3rd Prize���Large Rocking Horse
With sunup.*, saddle aad briillu;    A-'epleii-hd tov for
 ���    *boy..-.:..-... :    - Value $8.50
Winning Numbers decidedChristmas JSye. .t,10'p.m.
Pair n.iz  ��he Big Store--You.may He a' luony oi-e...." J.,'.'....
S. LISE f t,0��� Ltd,,    CuTDberland.
Nicholles & Reoouf, Ld.
Just received large shipment of
M       ,...-.M f���,.,.W ���!��� I,  ' '
Call and seo them or write (or catalogues and prices.
F 0. Drawer, 508
Telephone 89,
Sole Agents for B,0.
Weiler Bros,
Nairn's Linoleums ure known tho world over us tho most rolliulo made���
Inlaid Linoleum is a favorite floor covering owioq
to Its splendid appearanoo and wearing qualities., \
t $1,00,   $1.26.   $1,40,   $1.50,    -    -    -   -   Vcr flipmo Ynrd
We hava a very line assortment ul New Lluoleums
In a large range ol designs at	
40o., ouo., b0o��� iOc, per mjiuu�� yard
Let ns know about what prioe you wish tn pay
and we will submit samples without oost to you,
3END wm g?W) PAr,K 1T^U!<TRATKP QATAiantm FREE
Present��� Mayor Short, Aids Bate*
Wiilard. McFadyenand Robertson.
Minutes read, adopted and signed
Communications���From H. A.
Lilian, asking for a share cf patronage io insurance, &c. Received
and filed.
Accounts���Byron Crawford, hay,
$24.75; H. Mitchell, blacksmithing
���1��6.95. , Referred to Finance Committee.
Council then went into commit-
tec on the Assessment Roll. Mayor
Short in the chair. Geo. S-tevens
appeared and complained of a hole
iu the Comox road near his pl.ee
needing repair. He asked tbat a
drain be put,in th.re to carry off
the surlaco w'ater^ also to have a
light placed there,- suggesting that
the light near his other place be removed and placed where desiied j
also that some new valves be procured for the hydrants. Referred to
Roard of Works to report at next
A'k.1 Robertson stated that he had
been u^ked by the Dancing Club to
find out whether the hall could be
secured for four months, one night
a week, for less than the regular
$2.5(J per night. It was explained
that owing to. a resolution passed
some time ago,-;:governing this, the
rate could not be   lowered.
The Dog Tax question came up,
and opinion expressed that the en-
lire collection should be completed
at once.
Council adjourned.
Customers should keep sale slips
o.'cash coupons; they maybe on
the " Great Free Day " and get a
present of the, goods.���Napier &
art ridge".- '      . '���'   "���
���Loea I���an 8-P'e pso n a I���
New stock of'" cook "shoves and
heaters, just irTafethe Big Store.
Mips Mahle Uii for her home in
Nanaimo Friday.morning.       rt
Sieamer. Moana loaded bunker
coal las', week, preparatory to her
oui ward ^oynge.
Tue Big Store for toys.
Mr T. Whyte was unfortunate
enough to dislocate hts knee while
on a hunti- g excursion at Oyster
River last week The accident will
necessitate a few days complete rest
for the injured member.
Heme in her the Great Free Day at
Napier & Partridges.
The following passengers arrived,
J,i t week���G Clinton, LA Mounce,
br Staples, B Simp,*on, R R Napier,
Mrs and the Misses Wier, Mrs John
Williams, Mrs M. Williams, Miss
Giant, Mrs Nioholson, Mrs Whyte
The Bu Storo for valuable priises.
The Munza'ita dancing olub,
held their first evening last Thura-
dry, with a large astendance. It is
intei d<<d that the meetings will be
every Friday in future.
The Manzanita DinoinR Club
will have another of their pleasant
evenlnws next Friday
A DOLL fi|H0,iv will bo h��ld by
the Ladit���� of Hoiy Trinity Church
on Wednesday allernoon, Deoembcr
7th, in aid of the chinch fundx,
RofroHhments will hew ved through
out the afternoon,: Kutther panio*
ulars later.   Admission frue.
������Every queatiorion'Coal Mining'
is liikun from tho International
Correspondence SchotOu Textbooks.
They nre the best authority on Coil
Mining."���Andrew Bryden.
A few high grade fans at T D Mo
Lhm'h, suitable prexontB for tbe
Mew* Nupier & Partridge have
iuioiy iuii'uiUu u frit, ollnc lamp <*f
(iOOw.p.. which uov...a)il9 up (ho
fmnt of their store, A great tm
provoment. The lump is manufactured by tho Brilliant Light Co,,
of flhirngo.
The Big Store for Xraai gifts,
Constable Banks last week receiver word of the serious illness of
his mother, at Port Angelos, Wash.
Mr Banks got away on Saturday, by
a chance boat from Union Wharf,
in otdttt lo reach her bod-sUlu with
all speed.
A peculiar potato is on view in
Toys, Books, etc.
the "News" window, Five tubers
joined to a central one, make a
roughrepresentatioh of a wheel fhaft
with spokes, It waa grown by Mr
T.H. Piercy of Denman Island, and
weighed, when dug, 6^ lbs.
Meet .me at the Big Store.
In a letter to Mr Tullidge, Mr
, Lippiat, who has just left here for
tbe East, states that while in a Victoria theatre, there was an explosion of gas, by reason of a defective
generator, and he was unfortunate
enough to be burned about the haud
���aii_d_JMe..__Verj_ly_li Gerald has
struck a hoodoo in B.C.
Each I.C. S. course is a special
If you buy on a certain day between 19th nnd'31st December at
Napier & PartrMge'8 you will get
the value of the goods purchased
over again by way oi Xmas present
absolutely free.   Watch for further
With the approach of Christmas
the Sunday schoolh of this city are
making preparations foi their regular children's entertainments, In
the Methbdist and Presbyterian
Sunday schools, the children hare
been practicing on a cantata, which
promises to be-of exceptional interest. As Christmas falls on Sunday
the teachers and superintendents of
the various Sunday schools -will no
doubt arrange to have the entertainments held on different,dates; bo, as
tending them' all. . ,;
I. C'S. Textbooks give' the beBt
information obtainable on the sub.
jects treated /
��� AJarge.assortment of STYLISH
MILLINERY for sale at cost. Mis*
In the Great
43 Days Sale
^ TOMBRS. The Great 43 DayH
Stle began Saturday, 19th of November and will end 81st December, 1904.
TRADE WITH US, you may get ,A BILIj
OIF GOODS IFJ&HJm If your pur-
chase was made on lhe Free Day, whioh will be
nanH at the end of 48 days. You will then be
entitled lo that amount of Goods ovor again of anything in the store..  ,,,......".
THB mm DAY will be arrived at by Ukiog the Total Hslee
of th�� 4.1 dsys aud dividing that amount by the numbor of days
43, and the Day's Sales nearest to this amount will bo glvon free
to our Customer! who have imruhaaed goods ou tbat day, BE
8UK1S TO KBKl' YO'K 6Ah\i bLU'. We give yea tbo duplt
uate sale slip, tbe ungual ia kept ou (He at tho store,
$100 Purchase
$100 Present.
The 43 Days dale onds Slit Deoembar, V*.
ntomhr-r ynn will tat the amount of your purobaie
oaths ft** Day a* ao Xmas Pwaint taowover
large tho pnr��?ha��t may W. |100 oo paroha^gew
$100,00 Present. Cash Coupons will bt aooeptad
In the same rosnaer as 8alse dlips.	
FRFF ���������Tf    -     .,. s -tf  %_T^_rm_j_t_m__t_^_M___%____'  **���������   '4k  |b:.  It*  iHt  *"rt"  IMi^i  IM������J  l*#  I   H.J  [The  ! Orchard  Copyrijjht, 190!, by Charles W. fldoke  1**0    ������������������;  'mere was a heap nl* pictures on my  desk, mostly pi. all p! frriiphs of  scenes nnd people abroad'.' I put the  print of Sibyl among them .".nd then in-  vited Jimmy's*- inspection. For a fow  minutes thi boy dropped hip mask  He Viewed the pictures with hearty interest, asklna: questions which proved  thnt he was well taught nnd more than  ordinarily mature in ui'.nd. Yet once  or twice I caught himcicvin-ly pretending to know more than he did. and I  gained some small '..acquaintance with  the methods by winds i:e iU.-i:*hted to  anticipate the thought :i..d speech of  his elders.  At last he came upon fhe print, and'  It was a genuine surprise.'.'. Beyond  question he recognized ir at e, glance,  b;u when I asked him iv. tlio most ordinary tone I'cciild command'v.'hether  he knew the lady he lied with a counterfeit of sincerity quite shocking in  one so young. Indeed I could not have  done it better myself.  Still more suspicious than this falsehood was the fact, that he almost immediately remembered something that  he had promised to do for Mrs. Witherspoon. He made this the excuse for  his departure, and a few1 minutes later  I saw him hurrying away toward the  iv iJAvara tn������ mtenen door, in wmen  'By...  Howard  Fielding  T  There stood Jimmy -LalAvino .offering  me a light.  strip of woodland Ir-at lay back of the  bouse. He was not In search of Mrs,  Wltherspoon or upon any errand of  hers. It did not comport with my honor to follow hlra, but he had directed  my attention to the grove, which was,  more than largo enough to afford room  for both of lis.  I had como out with tho Intention of  going down to tlie lake, but tho wood  upon tho rising ground looked very Inviting, nnd so, talcing a different course  from Jimmy's nnd a more leisurely  pace, I ascended the gentle slope. I  was almost within tho shadow of the  One old trees when; turning a little to  the right, I came'suddenly into view of  a white parasol with blue 'polka dots.  There was a girl under It, and I stopped  short. Iraniedlatply Mr. Trask jumped  up from tho far, sido of the parasol,  sketchbook nnd pencil In hand, nnd  balled mo by name. Tho sunshade  dropped at thnt moment,'and I had a  glimpse of a dainty white gown adorned with bluo ribbons and of a vory  effective hat-so effective, Indeed, that  I nearly foil over backward at tho  sight of It, for beyond possibility ef  question It wns iho ono I had a picture  of lu my pocket, This was tlio inoro  certain because I saw tho lint before  tho lady turned her head-saw It pro*  clsoly ns tho camera hnd caught It,  Thero wns but nn lUHtnnt of tlmo, yot  Jt was quite enough, Then I saw the  lady's fnco and recognlwd MIhh Jqiioo  of St. Jo. She looked even pn-itlor than  wheu I had first seen her, nud tho gown  she woro wns certaluly a inlracJo of  sweet simplicity, As sho rone to greet  mo I poreelved thnt sho also had boon  sketching, and 1 had already seen tho  "subject," who was no other than our  landlady's nleco, looking quite picturesque In her plain gray gown and the  big sunboutict, which soomed to bo her  favorite headgear.  "flood mornlnir," sho pnld, looking up  at me without moving from the "pose."  Trask laughed nt lier In n gently teasing fashion ns ho took a step or two  toward her aud put his sketch pad Into  her hands.  "You're n crent mndo], Lucy Ann."  bo said. "I'm ashamed to havo dono no  better."  She looked at the sketch wltb ao  eager, childish Interest nnd scorned to  enjoy holding It in ber hands.  I taw tbif out of the comer of my  eye, my main attention Icing given to  Miss .lonet. Positively tbli could not  he Fibyl; there was not the slightest  physical   resemblance.   Ber   manner  BWOk.   ������������������*' ssssjvsjst,..     ������������������������ OHMH^fe. matm   ^vnUP^^UQ*'  vugueiy rennuaca me or some one t  had known, but surely not Sibyl, whose  habitual embarrassment In youth must  have left some trace upon her, and  Miss-Jones-was perfectly at ease. I  bad been pursuing a phantom. The  picture, I had found unquestionably  represented the girl before me. She  and Sibyl must be ���������friends, and thus  the picture had come into our house.  It was both a disappointment and a  relief. My thought of it was jiktrango  mass of contradictions. I woujd havo  liked to find Sibyl, though I had come  to Mrs. Witherspoon's to avoid doing  so. I had given myself great uneasiness for fear that Sibyl would not be  pretty, and here was the prettiest girl  that I had seen in five years, yet I was  glad she was not Sibyl.  While we talked tliere was a crackling in the underbrush and suddenly  Jimmy Lamoine burst forth in a great  hurry. It. must have been the surprise  of his life .when he saw me. A youth  of ordinary resources would have been  puzzled to account for his own presence there, nnd I think it was a notable  triumph of his peculiar .genius that ha  hesitated so short a time for a falsehood, scarcely long enough indeed to  get his breath.  "Your aunt wants you," said he to  Lucy Ann.  The ������irl roso with a quaint little sigh.  It wtisipleasanter no doubt to sit there  under ihe shade of-thc trees and be a  model for a hnmlFome young artist,  i pleasanter even ro envy Miss Jones'  j beauty and pretty clothes and unattainable refinement of manner, than to toil  ir. Mrs. Wiflici^Moon^ kite-hen. I ri'kd  ber with hearty sincerity, exercising  therein a virtue not my own, for such  merit is no more mine than is the  money that I spend. I have them both  from my father, and my real nature  goes back to some selfish anthropoid , the line of  'tlui^li^drJjT^n:ree^'uTl^^^peff5ctly~'r'i  satisfied so long as he had cocoanuts  enough to fill his own stomach.  "What! More cake:" exclaimed  Trask,.addressing Lucy Ann in'a fine,  cheery-tone. ."Really you mustn't make  It so good. , We eat it too fast. . I advise you to make a Dice soggy one this  morning."  ���������'I guess you don't know my aunt,"  said Lucy Ann.'  "Miss Wltherspoon," said I, removing  my .hat:with reverence,, "did you mako  the cake that we had with our ice  croam last evening?"  It Is a great thing to mean what you  Bay. If I had not vitally believed that  that cake was the best ever baked  since tho- world began, I could not  have piensed this poor child. She would  have seen straight through mc. As It  was, she gave me a quick glance of  gratitude.  "Yos," said she. "I made it'?'  "Lucy Ann mnkcs.all the cake;" said  Trnrk. "She is an Incomriarablo  artist." 1  "In that case," said I, "it is fitting  that 1'Should carry my hat In toy hand  all tho way back to;tlio house���������that is,  if Miss Wltherspoon will let mo walk  with hor."  Without waiting for a reply I said  good morning to Miss Jones and Trask,  nnd grinned nt Jimmy so tlmt ho might  know that I was deliberately withdrawing ln order to give hlra a chance  to deliver his messago about the plcturo. It wns n groat and rare pleasure  to observe that he wns disconcerted.  "Did you ever seo tho like of Jimmy  Lamoine?" said I to Luey Ana when  wo wero out of earshot.  I "If you'd taught school, as r have,"  sho replied, mentioning tho occupation  wllli a touch of pride, iir I thought,  ���������'you'd have soon a good many."  | "So you've been a schoolnia'ara," I  rejoined. "Do you llko ������������������ It,better than  making cake?"  "Cake ty mighty uncertain," said she,  "but I guess more school pupils are  ���������polled In the baking. I suppose a person naturally likes to do what be can  do best. I wish I could draw like Miss  Jones."  "Perhaps you could," said I, "If Mr,  Trask would teach you, IIo teaches  lier, doesn't he?"  "Yes," said Lucy Ann. "Uo teaches  tier uii the time,  "lu alio hlaylug hcic'J' I u,<UU.  She seemed not to have heard tbe  question, und I wus nbout to repeat It  when she mado n gesture toward the  house, and at tho same time shook ber  Head,  "You'll seo her around quite often,  though," she sold. "Ain't sho pretty'/"  "Indeed she Is," I assented.  "Mighty pretty, I call ber," said Lucy  Ann, and sbe compressed hor lips firmly after the words were out. We walked a little way In silence.  "(Joodby," she said suddtmly.   "I've  got to go lo." ,  . 8he noddtd to me ajd the.9 ran light-  the girl was some one whom" Lucy Ann  would recognize if she should see her  at close range.  I jotted down this point for future  reference. I had not yet made up. my  mind that the girl was Sibyl; that is, I  bad said so to myself, but something  within ine ������������������ had refused belief. Really  I could as easily believe, that Miss  Jones was Sibyl. The basis of this  confusion was tbat elusive memory  such as drives one distracted when a  She gave mc a quick glance of tjratlludc.  at that moment appeared Mrs. Witherspoon, looking, as I thought, not quite  as pleasant as usual.  I glanced back toward the spot where  we had left the others. All were upon  their feet, Trask facing in my direction, with Miss Jones at his right hand  and Jimmy at his left. By the way  that' Trask's head turned from side to  side I knew that an animated conversation was in progress, and I could not  be in doubt as to the subject. Jimmy  had told his news about the" photograph. Did they guess that I had supposed it to be Sibyl's? Probably. So  Trask was in the secret. He knew  whore Sibyl was.'  Well, for that matter, so. did I. Beyond question she was the girl in the  orchard.  CHAPTER VIII.  THE DEACON AND TIIE WRECK.  HE north   wind   was gaining"  strength as the day advanced.  The orchard was a mass of       tossirg  boughs as  I   looked  1 down upon it from my window.   Those  , trees must have been planted by an in-  ! spired geometrician, for tbe design was  j such that whatever point of ob'serva-  ! tion might be' selected there was al-  | ways one tree, and only one, between  i the observer aud tbe lodge.   It seemed  ! perfectly easy to move a little way and  get a clear view, but at the precise instant when any given tree passed from  vision another interposed.  ThlTl>rancljef" lning~low77ufd~iKr IcTd ge*  was on a hummock, so that a waving  | green veil always fluttered before It.  |    There, was no strong temptation to  j look thnt way, for/MlPS Scott's side of  I the lodge was the nearer to the house,  j and Miss Scott, by. all accounts, was  not a romantic object.   Nevertheless I  had acquired a habit of staring down  Into the orchard, and on this particular  day the high and rising wind so tossed  the boughs that I had a better view  than usual. I saw Miss Scott sitting  by the door, and I made her oat to be.  angular, awkward andj, litvell past her  youth, yet these* were gtiesses, for the  distance was considerable and my  glimpses momentary as the green billows of tbe orchard rose and fell.  Presently I saw Jimmy Lamoine go  down the crooked path, and I was not.  surprised. He exchanged a few words  with Miss Scott and then dodged round  the corner of the house, passing beyond  my vision. Half an hour latent was,  startled to see him coming along the  carriage way that led from the road,  There was, however, no mystery In his  return by tbls route, for tbe 'lay of the  land" was such that ho could bave  passed from tbe lodge to tbo road without being visible from any part of tba  house, unless perhaps the roof.  Ho paused just outside my window  and seemed about to deliver a remark  of tremendous importance; then he  changed his mind and went on without  saying anything. This was ono of  Jimmy's favorito methods of making  himself obnoxious; it was a rite ln his  religion of mystery, and lt sometimes  grieved mo sorely when ho thus annoyed mo to bo reminded of bis slstery  As for tho physical rcsemblaaco bo-  tween them which Lucy Ann had mentioned, I had never been able to seo It;  but I was beginning to be painfully  awaro that thtre was a certaiu similarity In their ways.  It was grotoBquo-tho likeness of a  fenrful caricature. That which was  with Anna a pretty air of reticence, the  veiling of somo sweet fancy, a delicious  name dances upon the tip of the tongue  for hours, even for days, and will not  be uttered. The girl reminded me of  somebody; and it seemed that if I  could but thJak of that person all doubt  would vanish. It did not vanish when  I thought of Sibyl. I  I spent the afternoon In the woods !  alone, "a book of verses underneath  the bough," no loaf of bread, no jug of  wine, no girl. Yet, though lacking the  best part of old Omar's prescription, I ,  did not waste the hours. The trees  sang well In tho wind, and the odors of  the wood were heady as wine. They  lured me away from my book; they  made me walk many miles without  weariness, indeed with an access of  strength for every step, and when at  last I strode across the fields toward  Mrs. Witherspoon's, with the western  sun giving me a half mile of shadow, I  viewed that1 part of the house which  held the kitchen with a certain uneasiness). At that distance it i^id not look  big enough.  But no man will starve at Mrs. Witherspoon's, no matter what his appetite  may be. She fed us amply and well  that evening, and I went forth after the  meal exceedingly content. Tlie breeze  had gone down with the sun, and the  lake seemed to be smooth as a mirror  when I viewed it from the head of the  long path, It invited me, and not in  vain.  There were half a dozen boats on  the strip of. beach, and I chose the one  that pleased me best. It was a rule at  ���������Mrs.-Witherspoon's .to-follow one's impulses in such matters. I judged that  a person whose impulses proved to bo  defective would be gently eliminated  from this idyllic spot and that the discovery of his unfitness would ne  prompt. Such was my confidence in  this notion that at the end of the first  weeli I would have gone into the With-  eivspGon stable and saddled a horse  with ,my eyes shut, sure that had I  been the sort of fellow to take the  wrong horse I should not have remained so long a guest of the house.  feet high, but of this only the top waa  ��������� visible, for it was of course impossible  I for me to see anything that was directly behind the light.  |    As for the singer, she was utterly in- >  visible.  There was something mystical  . ln this music, which seemed to proceed  j out of the red fire that,'with the fa-  i miliar habit of inanimate moving ob-  I jects, assumed to the eye the rhythm of  the song.  I was so deeply fascinated  by all this that I forgot my seaman  ship and let my oar strike the boat's  rail with a sharp sound.  Instantly the music ceased, and I was  tortured by a perfect silence. This  was an emergency, and I knew it. The  elnger might be at that moment escap-,  ing by some secret path among the  rocks. Por a moment I was near to  lhe deadly banality of addressing her,  apologizing, introducing myself, committing I know not what absurdity.  !    Then it occurred to my mind, that  since there undoubtedly was a way of  escape for her it might possibly  be  ���������  permissible for me to sing.  There have f  been serenades in all ages, and un-  '  doubtedly at one time or another women have listened to worse voices than  mine with very kind acceptance "of the  , offering for the sake of the spirit in  ���������  which it has been made.   Se I sang the  . first thing that came into my head, and  ,  it happened to be a ballad called "The  Evening Star," quite trivial in every  [ way, that I used'to sing to Sibyl long  I It is well known that in moments of ���������  excitement one speaks above his usual  pitch, and this law of nature worked to  defeat me in the present instance. The  man who wrote "The Evening Star" J  would never have dared to publish it  In the key that I hit, for he would have  found few that could sing it. I think  a special dispensation must have been  granted me, for I got through, the first  stanza like a nightingale, but I perspired freely with terror. Then I  waited, and by my sensations of duration it should have been 4 o'clock in  the next afternoon when I heard a  blessed sound from the shore. It was  the guitar, and presently the lady sang  . again. She had chosen "Heart's Delight," a quaint little melody, and  Sibyl's favorite of all, as I remembered.  I have strong faith in the power and  the will of chance to deceive a man,  but to take this for coincidence was an  impossibility.  It could be only Sibyl that sang to  me, and I must have been less susceptible to emotion than was the wood of  l_paddled,oiitJnt<^heJabe.-JEhere_t^e-boilt^ha^bora^^if-I_had^^t  was still a trace of color in the sky, and  all the air seemed to be most delicately  rose tinted. The mere eye could not  see this, could not watch It fade into  the faint gray of the ashes of roses, but  it was none tho less visible. There were  whispers from all the shores. The rough  hill spoke in'its own way; the low  ground where the willows grow had a  very different story nnd the orchard  another! I was naturally most inter-  'ested in\ thei orchard, and I propelled  the boatUo a favorable position, keeping my distance, however, ns I had  been taught.  Suddenly I became aware of a light  upon the shore. The lake mennwhile  had clothed Itself with Indistinctness  thnt was not the dark, but scarcely  more penetrable. That light had a reddish glow, and it illuminated nothing  except the narrowest path upon tho  water. I made It out to bo a Are of  little sticks kindled upon the rocks tbat  were quite rugged at the eastern slaw  of the orchard's sea edge near tho bill,  It was so placed as to be visible over  a small area only, ancl tbls I knew from  having como bo suddenly into tlio view  of it; Now, what should a light be klu-  died for upon tbe shore except for ths  sailor wbo seeks a harbor? A beacon  Is set upon a rock as a guide to sho*  the way. But there nro false lights, of  course, and the mariner must exercise  great caution; bo must not set all sail  in a, hurry.  I om a good skipper of small craft. I  can puddle over the rnll of a boat, nnd  you shall neither hear nor soe auythlug  that bears a hint of propulsion. And  thus I floated In toward tho shore  through tho gray night.  Presently thero came a sound ns If a  band had beeu laid upon a stringed Instrument; then thero were chords very  lightly struck, aud at last I beard a  woman's voice singing Hotkey tin air  thut was now to mc. Considering thia  mnttor In a coldly rational fnsblon, it  was evident that if tho lady had wished  mo farther away sbo would have sung  moro loudly.   Hor volco wns so won-  rlddlo, appeared In Jimmy as arrant' dorfully clear, oven In this whisper of  trickery. Thus will a family trait often   singing, that I felt sure she could havo  dlscloso Itself In varied form ln tho dlf-1 mado tho music audible across tho lake,  fercnt Individuals, and beyond a doubt { Plainly, then, tbls was an Invitation,  tbo prudent may now and then gaiu   and upon tbe strength of it I cut my  v  did nnt wish to r������*������ warned: I dirt not   tbo   snnf  thought tenderly of the little girl who .  had wept in the dark at "Heart's Delight" in tho old days. \  In the voice itself there was nothing -  whatever that reminded mo of Sibyl.  It was not girlish, and of course I .  could not fully realize the difference  that the yoars had made.    She was  still a child to me, and the voice was .;  womanly, I would havo said tho singer  had been taught uot only by thoroughly -  competent masters, but by her own  emotions; well taught by both, and iii  the school of the heart ono gets no  degree at 10���������It Ib Indeed an early age  to be admitted.  I made no analysis at that time; I  -merely thought tliat It was Htrango.  Therein It was the more agreeable. ���������I  did not wish to reduce this ndventuro  to the level of the known. It was nil I  asked to sit there Jn tbe red ray of Arc  nnd speak the language of music with  a dream glrf Incarnated from the Jum  night.  There was nn Interval of silence. Obviously lt was for me to break lt, and  I suddenly began to ransack my brain  for a good song. That was the wrong  placo to Investigate. If I hnd loft my  brain at Mrs. Witherspoon's lt would  havo been bettor. Promptings that are  worth obeying at such times arise from  tho deep seated, unerring region ot iu-  stlnct. I could not think of tbo right  song, but if I hnd sung without thinking tliere would have beeu uo ebuuee  cf mistake.  Whllo I hesitated, a llttlo brQqze  sprang up from the south. The bow of  my bout was high, nnd sho swung upon her atom i\h on a pivot, pointing  toward tho shore and making way ln  that direction. I put strength upon my  onr, but too Into. Tiioro wus a reef In  the Wlthorspoon lnko, and I struck It  The iron shoo of tho liont grated upon  the rocks wllli a filngulnrly long and  harsh Honml, It seemed to mo that a  umn-of-wnr mliUit have gono aground  and made lci-s noise.  >*o vt> rviv'TTcmn.!  A One Stono  Cliurnli.  Watorloo, In., Iiiih a church, for .which  ono Immciiso glacial bowlder furnished  louder.  My boat must bave beon visible. It  might look white or black tn tbo night,  for that question Is not determined by  tbo normal color of tbo paint. If tbo  flrellfrht ronr-hed It. th* skiff wmtld  show whlto and doelaro Itself more  plainly for what it wns. I decided to  be frank about tt and not try to pass  for tho trunk of a treo. In matters of  romance I believe thoroughly In bon-  esty-lf it wins. So I cut off another  and  twenty feot thick,  it was estimated to  weigh (j.UO.uwj puuuds,  practically all the material,   Tho lingo  rnluabio warnings In this way.  But I  dlstanco from tbe shore In balf.   Ye>   "one beforo being blasted was twonty  Mil not wish to b*������ warned: I did not   tbo 'snnf neither  censed   nor  irrew   eight feot high, thirty foot wldo and  believe that It was  necessary, and  many a tlmo 1 could most willingly  bavo laid a band upon James not In tbe  way of kindness when ho performed  before my eyes tbli dire mockery of bla  sister.  Not long after be pasted tbo wMdow  I saw bim going down Into tbe orchard  again, this time accompanying Lucy  Ann and carrying In a big basket the  luncheon for Miss Scott and tbe girl.  I observed tbat Lucy Ann took out tbe  portion tbat waa Miss Bcott's and tbat 1 rod or two of distance.  Jimmy then carried the basket around I   Tbe fire was now quite distinct.   It  to tbe other side. So Lucy Ann did not   seemed to be on a flat rock net much  serve the girl; did not see ber at all' above tbe water level, and behind It  Wbat could tbls mean) Obvloualv xbax   -,%* a, curvlu wall * Uuu mUM am  ! Atlantic Ocean Fogs.  I Tbo captain of n big Atlantic liner  after many ciilculuUons has como to  tlio conclusion that tho gonoral. fog In  tbe Atlantic ls nbout thirty miles In di*  ametor,  ��������� i.  m   I Chinas* Tortnrt,  Boforo Chlnose bandits are executed  they wc suspended for a week or ten  days by their thumbs nnd gr,eat toes, so  that their kneca just touch the ground.  Just beforo tlio turturo would kill tbem  tbeir beads aro cut off. - ^  K  /W  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  V  .   Jaionsptetf palates.  It is not; ap uiicbmmon thing to suffer  for  au' elongated palate,  which  causes''great  discomfort   in   various  ways... It .is inflamed by cold and then  aggravates   a   persistent' cough.    It  brings a sense of oppression in one's  breathing, and it is sure to make itself  felt in long, continued talking. Doctors  are generally loath to touch it.   Perhaps the most quickly efficacious treatment recommended by them is gargling with   alum   water just  before  ^brushing; tho^ teeth'.   This  ini3  been  ; known 5to work; a radical bottcrin  ���������'��������� thedistress.T-Pearson's.  ALLIANCE MAY APPEAL.  A despatch from. Toronto says that  great dissatisfaction is felt among  members of the Lord's Day Alliance  at the decision in the Kingston street  railway case, by which the company  is compelled to run cars on Sunday.  An attempt nav bs made to lvvvrso  this finding by an appeal to a higher  authority.  of  JuiniilnBT.  Long and high jumping alike give  elasticity 'of movement to the person  ���������with sluggish, heavy gait. Tbe high  jump should bo practiced over a piece  of cotton fixed to "Wo poles or other  bupports. This cannot possibly occasion a. fall. . A piece of white paper run  on the cotton near the center will be  easily distinguishable. The student un-  ������i?d to .jumping should begin with a  'ndraihar'height, say twelve inches, increasing .this as advance is made in  proficiency.  Lett the Farm P������r������6rce.  Gollifer���������You uspd to make a good  living .,in. thp.country, but yon don't  seemvto-'be making, your salt in town.  Why.'did ybu leave'the'farm.'? Gosch���������  Because I couldn't bring it with me. It  was held down by a mortgage.  r  kirn"  m  i  &  m  m  Jewelry  by Mail  Customers all over Canada tell us that our Mail  Order  Department hasRvV!  meant to them added convenience and lessened cost  Tha fifty-year reputation of  our store assures satiifao  tion to mail order purchaser*  of jewelry, watches, silverware, stationery, etc.  Our complete catalogue will  gladly be Kent on requert.  H'\  V-f.  V-  Good Taste.  "What a homely shirt !"-  "Yes.   My wifo picked it out."  "Why, man, haven't you any taste  yourself?"  "Not for a quarrel with my wife."���������  Cleveland Tlain Dealer.  MORE SEVERE GALES OFF NEWFOUNDLAND.  A despatch from St. John's, Nfld.,  Oct. 4, says: The French fishing;  schooner Alliance has boen totally  wrecked. Her crew' of fifteen men  had only left the vessel five minutes  when she sank. The French fishing'  schooner Georges Paul is ashore at  Port au Basque, and will be a total  wreck. Her crow were thirty-six  hours in the boats before they could  reach ������ place of safety. It is feared  that, other wrecks will be reported  when news of the work of the gale  is received from moro remote sections.  A. dailv mail between Winnipeg and  War.voad is in operation.  Pleasant as syrup; liolhlng equals- it as  iv. worm medicine; the mime is Mother  Urftves"; Worm Exterminator. The greatest worm destroyer of the ape.  . Two mails will be sent to tho. far  north' 'during- thc winter.  Minard's Liniment Cares Bums, etc,  Chicago wheat operators now desire continuous quotations- of Winnipeg, options.  Cholera morbus, crumps and kindred  complaints annually make their -appearance at the samo time as 1he hot weather; preen fruit, cucumbers, melons, etc..  and many persons aro debarred from entitle those tempting fruits, but they need  not abstain If thoy have Dr. .1. 1). Kel-  .topir's Dysentery Cordial, and tnko a few  UropBi'in water.' lt cures tlio cramps and  cholera in a remarkable manner, and is  sure'to check every" disturbance of the  bowels,  , Thp- Athabasca Flsh company has  lieen organized to operate on Lesser  Slave Lake.  Dear Sirs.���������This is to certify that  - I have been troubled with a Umic  back for fifteen yoars,  I hnve used three bottles of your  MINARD'S I.IN1MKXT and nm completely cured.  Tt fives' mn grent pleasure lo iv-  ���������oonuuon'd Ifc , and vou are at, liberty  .io.use .this in any way to further  the use nf yonr vulunb'n medicine.  Two Hi vera. HOBKIIT BOSfl.  REGISTRAR DEAD.  A. E, Mallory, who has been registrar of East Northumberland since  18S9, ,dicd Tuesday morning at Colborne,  Ont.  W. Sharp/manager of Gunn's quarry at Stony Mountain, was instantly  killed by falling stone on Oct. 4.  ' fllanly Strength and Womanly  Bea~Uty"ndeWn~d"������"*P"ul"i1-.V"of~the-bloodr  and. much of that purity depends on perfect kidney illteriojf. If these organs are  diseased and will not perform their functions, man' will seek in vain for strength  and woman for beauty. South American  Kidney Cure ��������� drives out all impurities  through tho body's "lilterers"���������repairs  weak spots.���������'10  SCULPTOR IS DEAD.  Frederick Augmsto Darlhokli, tho  sculptor, and designer of the Statue  of Liberty in New York harbor, died  on Oct. d, in Paris.  A SOUND STOMACH MEANS A  ULKAlt HEAD.���������The high pressure of a  norvoiiH life which business men of tho  present day are constrained to livo  makes draughts upou, their vitality highly detrimental to their health. It, is  only by the woul careful treatment that  they are ablo to keep themselves nlert  and active in their various callings,  nvan,y of them know tho value of Parmelee's Vegetable Tills in regulating the  stonnu-h and coiiKequpntly keep-lug tho  head clear.  Thn consensus of   opinion   n(.     the  neiiee conference' in Ikiston is that in  Superfluous Hair  Removed by the New Principle  It ia better than electricity, because  it does not scar or produce a new growth.  Better than X-ray, because it does not  burn, scar or paralyze the tissues under  the skin. Better than depilatories, because it is not poisonous; therefore,  ib will not cause blood poisoning, or  produce eczema, which is so common  with depilatories, and does not break  off the hair, thereby increasing its  growth.  1 Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatories are  offered you ob the bare word of the  operatois and manufacturers. D E  MIRACLE is not. lb is the only method  which is indorsed by physicians, surgeons, dermatologists, medical journals  and prominent magazines.  DE MIRACLE will be mailed to any  address, sealed in plain wrapper tor $1.  Your money back without question if ifc  fails to do all that is claimed for it.  Our booklet ������������������ the most complete  treatise on Superfluous Hair ever published���������containing the testimonials of  numerous physician! and surgeons and  those of hundreds oi others���������will be  sent free, in plain, sealed envelope,  upon request. Write for it to-d*y to  D������3 MIRACLE CHEMICAL CO., 23  Quken Street West, Toronto, or ���������  ROBERT ������EK$SlPo0!r8 LIMITED '  TORONTO, ONT.  ���������>"��������� ~n ii air** iJi*i iwtonitf. miY^ntxeimm.  MONTREAL POSTAWSTEH DIED  TUESDAY. OCT. d-J  ClooriluiH RoniiHololl, postmnnior of  Montreal, passed away at, his summer homo at. St. (fabric^ do Uruiulon  -tsarly ���������'J'ueHi.luy nipi'iilng,. Oct. 4-, after  ii long Illness, For ninny yMii-H .ho  whh prominent- In joiu-nnlium, anil  vvnM called* io ihe* bur In 11WI, VI o  W'hh foi'Mimny yours prominent In the  city council, nnd was elected to ve*  piTHf'iil, llei-lbier In tha I'Vilt-rnl Vav-  tni'iit in 1887, which hn represent oil  until h|s iippoiiitmonf. six yearn ago  i iih puNtinioiiui; of Montreal.  fnlure pretexts for  bit rn ted,  war must be ur-  Minanfr Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  A, Tl, Aylftsivni'Mn K, C, has boon  appointed to .thia'Federal Cabinet, us  a nilnikiter without portfolio,  Lover'n  Y-Z   (.Wino ��������� Jlmicl)   lilHinfoi-tivnt -,���������  Hoiiii PowdPi- Ih hotter thnn other povv  flow,   un  it   Ih  both   noun  anil   iIIhIiiiwI-  iint, \'A  IJ,   H,    PoHtiiinstni'-Coni'rni   Pnynu  died Tiiowlnv. Oct, 4.  Mlnard's Liniment Cores Dandruff.  ers  Doctors first prescribed  Ayer's Cherry Peotoral oyer  60 yeara ago. They use it  today more than ever.  They  Cherry  Pectoral  rely upon It for coMs* coughi,  bronchitis, consumption,  Tbey will tell you bow It  belli Inflamed Hngit  Am iTried Avn'itjjtMrfreMMiU MyMtf  mm waa. eammtelmimtmmmmimaiamm  *^wfi* D ^mm www������ wemmwewmmMwaxmmwaxaj ^xewamm ww.ww'jmww  mt*Smt, not mmm% ttlblll OWtW, ifc,  A_T_1_t_a_t_^_m m^Mfmat ^���������^tgO���������mmWm^mX  Old Couiihs  W, Hluii'p, imimigoi' of CJimr������'������ rplorry at. Htony Moiintnliv, was InHlmUly  kllliul by fnlllnw mono on Oct. 4,  Tlioi-o uro n niiiubcM' of viirlotioH of  i'di'iik, ilnllowiiy'H Oiirii Curo will re-  luovn nny of tlu'in. full on your ilniy-  M'lMt. iiiiil not ii bottlu i\t onco,  It, Ih Hinted thnt tho Tlbelnn oAl-  elulB hud no authority to hIrii l-hu  trenty with F.njrlnml.  FewFiies last year  No Flies this year  If rou ui*  Wilson's  [Fly Pads  n  Cordovan  Used in H.B.K. Mitts, GJoves  and Moccasins���������tough as whalebone, flexible, soft, pliable, scorch-  proof, wind-proof, boil-proof,  crack-proof, tear-proof, rip-proof,  cold-proof, almost wear-proof���������  certainly the greatest leather  ever used in mitts and gloves.  Like buckskin it is tanned  without oil, unlike buckskin it is  not porous, it ia wind-proof~-will  guU������uu three bucfokinj  " Pinto" Mitts and Gloves  never crack br harden, never get  sodden, are always warm, pliable,  fit't and comfortable.  ^ldaull dealers but never with-  fjt this brand s��������� ���������  FLB.K.  ni(ANu  HUDSON BAY KNITTIrKi CO.  ������������������itritl  WImIhI   DawfM ���������  FORT ERIE HOTEL BURNED.  Fhv desoroyed the American hotel  at Fort Erie a few* nights ago; also  thc dwellings of William Meysner and  William Coles. Loss about thirteen  thousand dollars. '  SUPERIOR DEAD.  Canon Quellette, superior of the  seminary of St. Hyacintho, Que., died  suddenly at an early hour oiv"*Tue?-  day morning. He was in his Tlsr  year. ,  Pale, Weak and  Languid Girls  It is to Your Best- Interest to Know about the Extraordinary Restorative Powers of  Dr.   Chase's   Nerve   Food.  Dr. Chase's jYervo Food forms  new, rich blood, creates new nerve  force and actually adds new flesh  and weight. When you havo read  tho letter quoted below wo believe  that you will be satisfied that t,his  is the very treatment you need:  Miss Lena Hiebert, Lowe Farm,  Man., writes:���������"I had suffered for  two years with dizzy spells, pains in  tho back, cold hands and feet, nervousness, jerking of the limbs, sore  tongue, soreness of arms and shoulders, and general exhaustion. About  seven months ago I became so nervous that^I could not rest or sleep,  and could not do the least bit. of work  without suffering dreadfully from  pains in the back. I could hardly  walk, could eat very little, and felt  that people were always watching my  body twitch.  "I tried several medicines with littlo effect, and was a mere skeleton o.  skin and bone about to give up in dis-  pair when I heard of Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food, and began using it. I  have used in all fourteen boxes of  this preparation, and it has built mc  up until   I am now strong   und well  again. Dr. Chase's Nerve Fpod has  done mo a world of good, and I feel  that I cannot recommend it to highly to persons who suffer as I have."-.  Mrs.  Welcher,    wifo   of   Conductor.  Welcher,    of tho   G. T. R.. 147 Congregation Street,    Montreal, Quebec,   '  states:���������"My daughter was not at ail  well.   She had r.o appetite, was pale  and weak, her nerves were unstrung  and   at    times she   suffered   a great  deal from headaches.   I got her a box'  of Dr, Chase's Nerve Food and since '  the   use of this    treatment for somo  time she has been thoroughly restored   to   health.   This preparation has '  given her a good appetite, she has a  much better   color,   and is stronger  and   healthier    in every    way.     Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food    certainly is tho  best tonic which we have ever had in  the house.  '#*  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents' a"'*'  box,    at   all dealers,   or Edmanson,  Bates & Company, Toronto.   To protect you against imitations the por-  '  trait   and    signature   of Dr.   A.   W.  Chase, tho   famous receipt ��������� book au- -  thor, are on every box. \  'Ohio Gasoline Engines'  PORTABLE ENGINES for THRESHING  find, STATIONARY for  CHOPPING aiid  WOOD SAWING in Btock a. all'times.   We  caa ship at a day's notice.  Write us for Prices and Catalogue.  Burridge-Cooper Co., Lt&, Winnipeg, Man;  Henry Avenue, Eust.   .  THOMAS LAW.  Ship Your Grain to  WILLIAM LAW.  We handle grain strictly on commission.   Highest Prices obtainable.  Liberal advances.   Trades carried on margins in Winnipeg's futures.  Correspondence solicited. . * ..    ���������  GRAIN EXCHANGE, Winnipeg,  THE OLDEST  EstaL'Jishad Grain Commission |  Merchant in Winnipeg. <^  Consign your grnln to mc nnd get prompt service, careful attonllon,  ami highest market prices.   ..   (jjjfc     ^g^U m\g __r     DRAWER|  Reference -.UNION. BANK of CANADA.  ���������i!  1300.  GRAIN SHIPPERS  DONALD MORRISON & CO., Sm.,,.  We  solicit  your business.   Will mako oarn-  ost offorts to got good.  results for you. Liberal advances on  bills of lading, and balance promptly  paid when grain is unloaded, Lot us  hear from you,  UEFERENOE-Bank of Hamilton, Exchange Branch.  Grain 416 Grain Exchange,  WINNIPEG, MAN.  MARCH-WELLS GRAIN CO.  Oral* la ear lots bought on track or soldon commission. Reasonable  atlvaAws made.   Prompt return*,    Correspondence solicited*   Reference!  i Any Bank in VfflhuilpW T *   .  '*������������������������������������������������������        ROOJMU, GRAINfUJC. BLDO., WnWIPBO,  msmmm}jfSfS!s**j*jrj*Sfamm  3K. WHEAT, OATS AND FLAX  Through a Strktly  Commission Fiirn.  Wo handlo strictly on commlsBlon thoroforo can ������ivo ovory attontlon  to car shlpmontK, nnd will obtain the best prices for samo, Wo will bo  pleased to answer onqulrioH ro prices, Hhlppfnjpf, otc, If YOtf-havo grain  to ship or sell do not fall to wrlto for our "Way of Dolnff'BuHlncsB," us  It will pay you woll,  THOMPTON, SONS & CO., Tlie Commission Merchants, Winnipeg  BANKERS ������ UNION BANK OF CANADA.  iTviiMKUS will And It to their advantago jto consign thoir GRAIN tp  ROBERT MUIR & CO., Winnipeg  WHO pay highest prlcos and make prompt rotnrns, Advances made on  consignments. Correspondence solicited. Eitabllshod 1880. "Kefereuce-  Unlon Bonk of Panada.  ENMBMSi  IT IS AN EASY MATTER *������j������" ��������� 1("r lnt n' ?*at at(,^   "ii      ���������  ������������������bettor price than a slnglo car will  bring.   Tf you will ship your whuat to   us   wo  will soil a with muay  othor cars either locally or in tho East, and you will got from i-cont to  1 cont por bushel moro for It than If you sold It on track at your station. ������  Wo hnvo had 17 yoars' practical experience   la   tho   grain buslnoss.  Thia, alao,  l. worth  unmothlnff to you.  MoL.AtJOHL.IIM   &  ELLIS  Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.   RmmREN'cns: Any Bank or Commercial  Institution.  Why Ik lovo llko n candle?���������Ilo-  causo tho longur It buriiH, tho 1c������k it  becomen.  (nniulii ntptun.il the leftdlng ngrl-  tiilturnl prizes at tho World's Fair,  The territorial crop bulletin estimate tho whoot of tho Tcrrltorloi at  aO.lMO.OOO bushels,  MV   N   U   No   ������0������  *������������������ \  < ' 1.  r ^  -   ! ���������--:*,���������'���������������������������-      '-\ ^'        *,  ". '    *   , t *���������* *     "  m'?*-  ��������� i - i '. V i.^'. <X V'    rv  -i    tV i* i'earl Dkter 12Ni;npetJ a Vorft-  ^���������pions Man  Enter.  A.successful diver must possess Rrait  cour.'iKP and nerves of steel. Such a  man connected witb a large wrecking  company was visiting some years ago  the pearl fisheries in the gulf of California, where sharks abounded. On  one of his trips in quest of the pear!  oyster he had u canto w escape from a  fearful death.  Ho had been Instructed never to stir  from the bottom until he bad looked up  and around. Fortunately he heeded the  advice. Haviug filled bis bag he glanced  quickly about and caught sight of V  huge KhovelQuosed shark watching hlra.  . In an emergency men think fast Near  the diver was a large rock. Hu moved  '.quickly to the other side of it, hoping  to dodge the ferocious monster, but the  maneuver did not work. The shark  ���������watched every movement, changing his  position by a slight motion of his powerful tail.  Time was precious, and tbe diver  conceived the Idea of blinding the  shark by stirring up the mud. Under  cover of that he might escape. He  worked for dear life and had the water  thick with mud in less than half a minute.  Slipping around the rock again, he  rose to the surface, having barely  fitreugtb enough to reach the side of  the boat, and was hauled on board just  as the VoraciouB man eater made a  rush for him.  ���������.-���������-.���������jr-L  ������    ��������� :��������������������������� -. '������������������,.��������� ;,���������.,-, ihi,  .   ; ,  .. '..>.. .n��������� :��������� ���������'.' " Jn un  alti-rablP rule to do a thing if it is  pirasanl and refrain from it if it la  nut, oue can get into a s.:ug"ie day..���������������  .number of delightful experiences  which would appear to tdose who do  nol know the recipe quite incredible,���������  E. 1$. Benson. "Scarlet and Hyssop,"  >���������>.'.  ���������   i    ft*',    t   '  ll>i%  A P.ceolliirlty of .In pnn.  In Japan it is always tiierule of'politeness to pay a trifle niore thnn the  sum. mentioned on your hotel-bill. To  st'ltle the account net would lie considered an insult or at least a mark of  great dissatisfaction. People who have  traveled in Japan say that the Jap  aiiese always tip the waiter ou enter-  lug a hotel.  Vl'r  "I\e  Baity   Wny   Out.  'm fixed," said the young doctor,  .-e got a big enough practice, to keep  me in easy circumstances for life."  "B\t suppose you should  lose half  your imifiusV"  .'Tdvfcst double my bills on tbe others."  Brinr the Endi Together.  A certain colonel somewhere In the  south (no matter where) was in the  habit of telling yarns and greatly exaggerating. He had a negro servant  who corroborated everything his master told. One day the colonel had  gome gentlemen to dinner, and they  were enjoying some fine venison very  much. The colonel said: "Yes. 1 went  hunting the other day aud saw a l3ne  buck. I took a good sight at him and  jBbot him through the bead, and the  bullet went througb his hind leg."  The gentlemen looked at each other  a little mystified.   The negro scratched  his head and at last said. "Yes. Indeed,  genimeu; just as tnassa raised the gun  to shoot de buck he raise his hind leg  and scratch bis ear, and  the bullet  went' through   the   head   and   right  through de hind leg."   The gentlemen  looked more suUstied.   A-fterthe-gm,stSThad-gone--the-nf>sro-  iBiild tp his master. "Worry mighty, imis-  au. next time you tell one of dem yarns  do get the ends closter togcddor. I  had hard wrtrk to- make both ends  meet"  A  Sad   Bn������t������������������������.  "Yos." he said sadiy. and there was a  tear in his eye-"yes. my business has  di'uen me to the wall."  Aud   he   went ..'on   posting   bills.  1 never saw a failure yetthat wasn't  worth more than it cost--if the fellow  th,M failed made use of It���������"The Great  White Way."  v Austrian   Bulla.  Here are a few "bulls" that have  been perpetrated from time to time in  the Austro-Hungarian parliament:  "One most important point of the agricultural question.is the maintenance  of the breed of horses to which 1 have  the honor to belong."  "We are here for the weal and woe  of our constituents."  "Gentlemen, consider this question  In the light.of a dark future."  "The eye of the law weighs heavily  on our press legislation."  "There, gentlemen, is tbe ever changing 'point of which the opposition has  made a hobbyhorse."  "Tliis taunt Is the same old sea serpent which for years and years has  beeu groaning in1 this assembly."  <  H  u":  Q  Q  <  <  <  H  H!  ���������^l  Rxplnlnod Hia Meaning.  In a case of iisy.uilt and battery before Judge B. In the quarter sessions  court a well known doctor who was u  witness said he had treated the prosecutor'for u black eye.  "What do you mean by a 'black  eyi-T " mlwdlho ssltonsey. for ibe'fle-  fense.  "I rnpan." snid the doctor, "thnt the  prosecutor had received a severe con.  tuslon over the lower portion of the  frontal liotje. .producing extensive ee-  olivinosis around the eye. together with  coiisldtM'able'iIntlltratloii of the subjacent areolar tissue "  "Serves you right." said tbe Judge to  the prosecuting attorney, "Everybody  known whut a black eye Is."   Ineideji������s_lM__Am_erican_Hl������tory, L  A traveler who has just returned  from a visit to Matanzas says Hint he  visited El C'umbre. a short distance  from the city, i.nd there was reminded  of an Incident .In American history  witb which be was entirely unfa miliar  and which he Is willing to bet "iiot one  American In a hundred knows any  thing about. He refers to the fact that  a vice president of the United States  took the oath of tyflep there, being au  thorized to do ro by special ���������act' of con  gress. El Onmbre means "the summit."  and'It was here that Wllilatii KuTus  King, vl<k> president with I'Yatiklin  Ploree, dying ot consumption, wus  ���������worn Into otllce March 24, 1853.  fxe  Kept  tirnnd  Medloltio,  In n Scotch village, where a young  doctor had lately started iii'iielloe, n  workman hnd th*1 misfortune to get his  linger bruised badly In one of the mills  A doctor was seni I'or, ond on properly  dressing the linger the man nearly  fainted, He was asked If lie would  take a little nplrlia to revive lilm  "Mod," he exclaimed, with feeling.  "that wild Just be the very life o' me!"  The doctor gave him a gand glass.  which he greedily swallowed, and on  recovering Ills breath Ills first words  were, "Well, doctor, I ken unco' Utile  nboof yer skill, but, mon, ye keep grand  medicine,"  The Thinking fttrnln.  When once one.no longer thinks It  nepesHiiry to reilect whether one ought  or ought not t������ do or avoid n thlnij.  the saving of time nnd Hume Ih unite  enormous, for ll la not ho much do-  tug   tilings as  thinking about   them  Tho widespread pwmliwlty lof STEVENS UIFLHS.  I'ISTOLS nml SHOTGUNS emphiwljos Uio dome* of  ncrfcttlon embodied In our stMllns mnko. Yon will find  'arms branded "STEVENS" MainuvUB RANGES and  wherever tlmro Is Hunting.  "IT'S    A      STR VEN8"  JBoqiilvalonttosnytaff GUARANTEED FOUQUAL-  ITY and famous lor nil essential firearm pcoperaw.  Our Line  IUflca, from    93.00  toJIlSO  Pistol*, from     2.50  to'    50  Shotguns, from 7.S0 to      35  Ask your dealer, and Insist  on oui gomli. If yon enn  notoblolntlicm.lctusltnow  and will ������lilpUlroct,enpross  prepaid, upon receipt of  prico.  Don't Vmi. ta tend for  llluslralud cntalog. It lift  book of ready rofbrenco,  and npmali to all iovera  Inioromcd in, tlie grand  sport of (hooting, Mailed  for4ccnulnttampitopay  Hust&KO  HIT TUB MARK with nurltll'Ul X'UZZUH  Tllll  clever novelty will be rnalletl Vlillll upon Wiiiart.  J, STEVENS ARMS d TOOL CO.  P.O. BOX 4001  OHIOOPM >������  fMX*, msm u. 8. A.  UJ  -J  <  CO  CC  O  Ll  CO  UJ  O  >-  o  Cumberland  H1RT A, DILLON, J.P.  NOTARY PUHLIC, . CONVEYANCER,  REAL ESTATE INSURANCE AGENT,  COMMISSIONER SUPREME COURT BC  Rem* received, debts collected,  Arms valued,     ].>eeds registered,  "Deni.=7"WTll^"~Mi"niirgTapsrS7~&c.-p"dra^BT-  OFFICES.    CUMBERLAND, B.C  "loi.on Parle Fmnoais."  For CANDIES  Novelties,   Pictures,  Frames and cleaning  of frames.  VS^HUNDEN/ ; ���������'';,'.  At old Studio, / Cuinbetland.  NOTIOE. ' ;  " Riding on locomiitiyeK find rally  way curs of the Union Colliery  Goiupany liy any pwon ������r per  suns���������except i 'iiin crew-'-in strictly  pro'.ihited, Enip'loyQt<n urt? subject to dieiiriie'sal for ullowing scinu-  ��������� By ordor  Fuancis D  Littm:  , Manager,  Union  Hotel  SAJl&tfEJL.   C.   ZSjS.'VIS,     Feopeietos  .English 4 x BURTON always on tap; also, the farnoiw MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhetiaer, Bohamian, Sohlitz, &o. "OLD GREY BEARJ)"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Seat Wines and Liquors of all kind*.  The Boarding aod Lodging D. partinent, under tho immediate superintendence of Mm  Davis, will be found First class in every respeot.  BATES,  .oo per day upwards.  Royal Barjk of Canada  Capital (paid up) $3,000,000  Reserve Fund 3,000,000  Undivided Profits,     192,605  T. E. KENNY, Prudent., E. L. PEASE, Genbiui. Mahaow.  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND, )y  Savings Bank Department:--Deports of $1 uud upwards reoeived; In&rert al-  lowed at current rates, compounded twioe eaoh year on 30th Jane and 3Iat Deoftmbar,  Drafts on alt points bought aud sold  R. E. WALKER, Manaqwc  OFFICE HOURS 10 to 3;     Saturday, 10 to 12;   ' opeu Pay Nights 7 p.m, to 9 p.m  Campbells' : BAKERY.  A Fine Selection of CAKES  always   on  hand.  FRESH BREAD every day.  Orders for SPEOIAL OAKES promptly attended to.  Dunsmuir Avenue,  . . SMOKE ..  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM"   -,���������A_UNIC)N,MA UR-CI(>AK���������   FROM   THE--  Cuban Oigpr Factory  GumliBrland.  M. J. BOOTE, Propridtor,  ������������������Nanaimo, Ji.c.  ..'���������i.j.-j...i..^-.  NOTICE.  I hen to uiform the publio thn  ��������� n and nfiwr J'unary Ihi, 11)04, ivy  hns-iii^iiiH will ho Htriotly cash, bynn  iloinii I ran yivw iny Pmronn btitUii'  ���������iitli^f/iotion.  T. H. CAREY, Taii-oh,  ������ mt*nmxr*mmm*M���������,!t.'itv  mmm,0mWMwt.wrmmm*nm.*w* ��������� ������**-i*������������*,:v..-i* ������������������������ rr.im*\r-itmii.itmi.iiM-mfttn--. ,'tn <  POINTERS  IN tttitorio 1%  NOR'-WEST  ��������� ���������������������������mHaMBHBBHHHIH������BBHHHn  ��������� pointers ^testerarHl-  f_\ IN  Ot-lttHO  (il ion.  EB "ft- T\ S  WriilMirnt IMin-r fnr Wi'ttcfn      *"���������  ���������  a  ������>U������U(Hf D ON THC OTlt HHU ,uTM Mf K*r.H inOH lit  Polntfi- Nn  I  ff   t.   ���������(   li-,if|.|,'   ilViiurn   I"-*,., < I h ; l  Crifm<lin:i S'ariiiffi nm1, ru.fkmi'ii,  Pointer No. a-It ii iii;;.-,, w 11 ptii-Kil, Wfil cJliol, wi.-U illiidirjiwd,  idliililc,  rolntcv No. S  1  I  n  i  ���������  ���������  t>n.|:rfsiivi,!;:i 4 fi;itU-}:K,  ���������It* KT.iK id.' .���������I'lirt.y (,;,M  tijiiiliimflniex)iirnti')!tcn *uii*-ii|iU.-iii. i n'lt.'.,-s'ii.������'if'������vi-.l  i'nrt.y^������;;,Mli hi ii'lvniKK*, tin<1 the jmpi'r ii������ promptly  ].||illci)  Its  Pointer NO. 4������"'l'l(e Wor>Wr>t I'urniftv ia ('oo uiuy riuricutlut.it |.h]������.  Ci:w<h w'H nf T.-.m: |i|iv.i:ri^r.  Pointer No, 8~ll l������ its tr>-r������ p-oil io ji.i wife n;i<'tirrji)rr������> in Ktinltolxinml lhe N.W.T,  tli.yiifllitltivrl .nn ).,:|,..-liti infill   l,  Pointer Nr., C   o- ������������������, - >:....: .... l  ...Uwii ...t.- w������.;Ui ������u������ny ilollu;. :-.. tilth  milwwibi'r.  Pointer No. 7���������.V'-r ttly U in nlviw v\ium\>;\-..  Froiii Now p Ix^ecemper Ut IM*. Ior $1.00  AODXI.M  VHE NOR*-WEST FARMER, Limited,  P. 0. Rox I������*'*   VINNIPrO. MAN.  l������.-'l|1'     .'���������rMH'jIlir.fnlk   ������ll������l\S������������|  NWIUU | ,l|.| UlK iMI.IKt U > ������������������>>* 1H������.  Tl it������i������.r,r������ y .i.nil.llrii. n-i.iil .-i������  y*������ i>t1l,^������i������������������>ftul������,.tj<������ n������w,  Mttnplt un mk������ tic* upnn te \mtt.  1  I  I  1  e  a  B  1  ���������  WANTJOD  MEN AND WOMEN in thi*- county  nntl mljuininy icmmrioH io re,f)n;������t-ni  and iidvorii'te an ol.i cslnhlinhetl business  bouneitf S'tlid linanciilsiaiulinis', ' Salarv  tn nnil $21 sickly, tn women $12 to $18  ivuekly wnli Expenses inlvanct'd rach  Momlnv hi'clii'fUflirdCi I'imiii he-i(U|������ari������  e a. lloi>carifl h'-hiny fnrimbeil when  nt;ct'ssm-v; position |jennancnt.  Address Silew Hids, iv Co,, iJept, A.  Monnn Hlilfj. . Cliii .i������o, 111, i  HMawMinuMWdHHimamtwiiiaauMiMii  TO BE DRAWN FOR.  Am ]C atmnix Kodak, 4| x 3^ film  *.<iltj'   i>k.i)   ill *>utt  l"li������,   lit   |tijt>������.l  unit l ,      d    ji������.������������������. i i'tii1.    Hi. 1. on ������������������"!.  Tiokot!. 25������. c u'h���������Apply thi- ollhu  %**���������- w**mi*nmtm*Am*mw>m%**rt*m^  Our I.������ dry (.'hi'p it nu i-xceUetx  " ���������' I. I\      ' .     >*.> I    ,,;%.   In.,  -III"    (ilM'lttWf ,,,ttlj     ,_.    i<������.������    . '���������'..,  M*t|j������r <fe Vin i'lgtt.  JHE ADVANTAGE the public  ���������h'H8 in������������������purcliiiring-where they  live I"- .tliey>e������ih*, artiole and are  not olieuppoiuied as when sending  away.  P. Stoddart,  Waicbmiiker    and    Jew. ier,  sells goutif at Easit-rn Prieitx and  hns u nice stockio Beleot from.  .EVERYTHING' in SOLID GOLD  All puicha.M-w engraved  .... free of charge ..,,  P.  BTODPART,  UtJNSMUiu Avrc.,        "On'mher.land.  WaVerly  fjotel  First-Class Accommodation  ���������at Reasonable RateB...,  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  JOHN McLEQDS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, PRC71TH.  CIGARS ife TOBACCOS.  ��������� *w*-a'*hm**9**+*e^r'm,*trm*������*ta9������.w  mun <*** ������a*m*M\\wMm9wmuxa  . ���������  ������  *  a a      a.aaaat.ta.      itttitviti  ��������� t  :       WILLIAMS BROS.        '  iliverv Stable  ���������    ���������TBAMfrrfcJlfl AM)  DRAVMKN     ���������  ��������� t  I     BlNCU.K  AND   DoUJiLK   UIC^     |  '.     YOU   rilUK.     AlJ.   OkDRRK     I  ��������� ���������  ;    Phomfi'ia'  ArrKNDRi) to.   ���������  i Third St,, Cumberland, B 0.  When in Gnmlmrlanfl  STAV AT THJ8,   VICA't>t>MFJ.   .  1ST    Abb UONV.NIKNCIW  W������R  t4UWrl'N  Tuij Bah ta Suj'i'i.ii'.i. wini  Qnqt  L',",IMf"*R  nnil fx.\?*-A*"ti  "���������y* ���������"���������"' "t. ... ���������     ���������      'o ., , ...  HARNESS  \VT WILLARD in prepared to  VV ��������� fll! auy Order* for Fioo or  Heavy Harnett, at short notioe,  WILLARD BLOCK;     Cumberland;  <��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������unaa,  Nanaimo Cigar Factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST  ON  EARTH.  Manoiaoturod by  PSQABLS & 00., WANAIMO, B.O,  I  C. H. TARbELL.  Hi^li Gi dde Sluvdb  and oii K toho.. K������quirementi  , ��������� ���������   . ��������� .>.'-���������    i  ���������"���������.i'V������.h.'i'^<������i ivjifj muuiw i ..  &' ti EN'K fl Al* 'Htf R J?W ARE  ���������, w *> "������am ������������������>������<��������� HMt fMniy' t y������mrw-i-mt������,ayxmmm^pmmfm * mm: m*% %���������aiwmWamy*T/**mmmmWt  KU������������������fW.������i.44-vMM������ltH) matiVt ��������� a, ***+#*% Hetmrwmmm  immmiWmWiWammm^  Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, rfsx 4   ���������   m*vny  $ev*n mbkm hsm i^t"^^0%������������ mwtSis^   T^ algiiAtwrej  ^������������������������������������������������������HHBBVIKSi^^aHBIfiSaBV  mm  , te Si  ^ '^jm  m  \  THE  CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  W.B.ANDERSON,    -      -'     '��������� -      MGR  The columns of The News are open to all  who wisih to express therein views o matters of public interest. ,  While we da uot hold ourselves re non������-  hie for the utterances of correspondence, we  egerve the right of declining to insert  ommunicationB unnecessarily personal.  TUESDAY, DEC. 6.   1904.  tepimalt & Nanaimo Ry  \  kets en sale, good over rail and steau.et  lines, nt two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, and reduced rites for parties may  be arranged for sm- application to the  Traffic Manager. "'  The Company reserves, the right to  change without previous notice, steamers  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  than Monday.  Geo. L. Courtney,  Traffic Manager.  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims for Unpaid Taxes in the  Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  omox  F  s. s. "City of Nanaimo.  Lea ������s Victoria Tuesday. 6 a.m., for Nanaimo, calling at Musgraves, Vesuvius, Crofton. Kuper, and Thetis  Islands first and third Tuesdcys of  each month; Fullord, Ganges, and  Fernwood, remaining Tuesdays in  each month.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Comox, connecting with s,s. Joan at  Nanaimo.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Nanaimo   direct,   connecting   with  train lor Victoria  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m, for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo andiway ports.  Leaves  Nanaimo Friday,  2 p.m.; first  and third Fridays of each month  to,  Ganges, remaining Fridays of e.ich  month to Ladysmith.  LeavesGwgesor Ladysmith Saturday, 7  a.m., for Victoria and way ports.  VANCOUVER - NAM AIMO ROUTE.  S. H,' ���������   '" JOAN " .   .  Sails from Niinaimo 7'.. a.m. daily except        Sundays. '   .  Sails from, Vancouver after~Tim~\wlT)f"Cr  P.R.Train 1^0. 1. daily except Sun-  ��������� days, at' l; p in.  ..TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE4..  . JUNE lit. 1908  viotoria to Wellington/  Nn  2���������Paily. No-. 4 ���������Snin'ny  A.M ' P.M.  De 900;... Victoria Uu 4.00  ������������   9.28.........Coldstroatn .... "   4 28  " 10.24...p..Kotnig'H, ... ... ������������   5W  ������������������ 11,00, ' !     ���������..Duuoaii's     "   5.55  p m. r vr.  ������������������12 35.. .NBUttimo....... "   7 37  Ar 12 63.. Wnilinglt.it..!... Ai. 7 52  WBLLI-^'V!   N  TO VICTORIA.  No. I���������L),ul . Ni 8<-Suu(3fti  .    A.M. Kittt. "  De,   8.00 Wellington De. 4 On  ���������������   8.20 jN.'iiiaiiiin........ "   4.1/5  10 02; Dunoiu'a  '������   5 55  '��������� 10.42     Koeuig'H  ".. IM0  " U.88....,,..ColiiVrHum.<.... ������'   7.27  At 12 00 Viotoria ,. Ar 7.55  Thousand Mile And Commutation Tic-  Cumberland  Hotel���������  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  . AND SECOND STREET,  .   CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland be sure  and stay at the Cumberland  Hotel, B'irst-Class Accomodation for transient and perman-.  ent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hall  Run in Connection with  Hotel  Rates frora\$1.00 to $2.00 per day  HMRY'S NMSIM1S,  3009 Westminster Road  100,000 Bulbs to arrive soon from  Holland, France and Japan.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees,.  T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE (hat on Monday, the seventh day of November, a,d., 1904, at the hour of  Ten o'clock a.m., at the Court-house, Cumberland, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction the Mineral  Claims in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in Paid list hereinafter set out, of which Crown Grants  have been issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued, due and payable on the 30th day of June, 1904, or ao-  crued, due and payable ut any 80th day of June, subsequent to the date of the, iaeue of the Crown Grants  and ior the expenses of advertising this notice.  If the taxes and expenses or advertising, as set out in said list, are not paid to me on or before the  day of sale, the claims may be sold to the highest bidder.' nnd a conveyance executed to the purchaser  of all right aud interest in said claims legally alienated by the Crown, by the Crown Grants thereof.  ' In the event of there being no purchaser, or if the price offered shall not be sufficient to pay tho  taxes and expenses of advertising, the land Bhall absolutely revert to the Province and the Crown Grants  thereof shall be deemed void.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  NAME OP PERSON.  RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES.   GREENHOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Fall 1'Unlinjj,  ,Home_G-i:nwn   and   Iinportod   Garden,  Field unci'Flower .Seed's, always-  in sto'jk in season. .  -FERTiLIZERS-7:'  r-EbO   HIVES,  and   .SUPPLIES  Green house full     Plant?, Cut Flowers  ' Floral Work. Catalogues free, br  call and examine strck'.\'���������"'     , ,',  Gold Fields of B G  << a  ������< <t  Wilson, Souhler & Blnomfield  Du Bi;ck, Bauer & MeKitmon  Chauue Mining Go  Frederick Arm Mining Co  McCallum D  Uoaiv, J H ������  Fairfield Exploration Syndicate  Douglas Pine fciining Co ���������  Nash. Martin  W hai mi, Wm  De Btck, Bauer & McKinnon  CouIbou O, Fisher C H, Hoare J H  Bauer,, W A  Fairfield Exploration Syndicate  ������<  u  DESJRIPI'ION OF CLAIM.  II  .11 .  II  11  II  ���������������i  II  <���������  II  11  Wells,  Malcolm R  TliiUey  and Sltaw  Radley,  R������d"ii:v  _w__v   "aod Shaw"  Ka.llfty  , W .V  Radley  and Shaw  M. J, HENRY,  VANOOUV&R, B.O  Morrocttf Bros,  'C5 A Tir"XT*"CP O  1*  DREAD, Calces' nnd Pies delivered daily to any part of City.  7&^J^������i4^&^^  JULL STQOK OF  f  \  ������.  %  ,'  J*  .'  <5  ^3  1  O;  1  *>'  M ,  1 '  1 ������������������  1  ���������  ���������  *i  r  Ferguson, Robt Gha3 '"  McKinnon, Jno.MuL  D> Boole, Geo \V    ; . #-     ' .  .USftllon, James  Mathori-, Ad.im and,John  Ma'.hec������i Adam&''.Tohn& Manson L  Mttihers, Jvtni   'A-  Adam,   and)  McLiiighliu, ,Wm Henry )  iMntihen,  Johfi^k- Adam,   and)  .LaughUn, Wm,He'>ry )  ., LiwgliHn, Win Henry  Bobby Burns,  Lietly Greon  Daniel Webster  Poodle Dog  Julio  White Pine,  Blue Bell*,  Gold. Bug,  Dashwood,  Slioofly,  Golconda,  Dorotha Morton,  Eva,   '  Douglas Pine,  @old Exchange,  Cone Fraction,  Champion,  Commonwealth,  Jennie B,  Empress,  Euid,  Stella,  Blucher, ������������������  Wellington,  Waterloo Fraction "  Contact Fraction,  ���������'.  Banker, "  Comox Fraotion,     "  Percy,  Lot 201,  "    202,  "    303,  204a  233.  234,  235,  240.  248,  243,  244,  253,  254,  271,  272,  273,  276,  277,  278,  279,  280,  281,  288,  289,  290,  326,  291.  297,  299,  11  11  i<  11  11  11  11  11  ii  11  11  11  it  11  11  ���������1  11  11  ii  Valdez Island  ������i     .*.',.������������������ 11  11 it  Ohanne Island  Phillips Arm  Thurlow Inland  Frederick Arm  Phillips Arm  Eutero B������������in  Phillips Arm  11      11  Thnrlowt Inland  Fauny Bay  11  Phillips Arm  II ti' '''"-  II II  Frederick Arm  11 11  Phillips Arm  Dorothy Morton fr'o'n, 300,  Ghimnang,  Donglas,  Maggie* May,  Black Prince. ,  Harbour  Harbour Fraction,  Volunteer,   Protection,  Adam,  Sunset,  Molly Gibson,  Ifl8,  Annie Laurie,  Riverside,  Thsiodonia,  Silver King,  Blue Jacket,  Copper Chief,  Copper King,  Niiukiah,  Kluaiioh,  Magnet,  Lvtitin,  Vnloon,  319,  320,  322,  318, ,  353,  354,  -355,-  35(5,  3fi7,  358,  3.19,  384,  3S6.  387?  1831,  1832,  1833,  1834,  1836,  127,  128,  129,  ii  ii  ii  it  "    130,  "    132,  .i       it  Menzius Bay  ti   ,,���������,   ii  ii  ii  a  Phillips Arm  a       ii  Mahspina Inlet  ii ii .  ii ii  ii ti  i. ii  Rupert  tt  it  Unpaid  Taxes   \l  11 00  9 00  7 25  13 00  48 75  82 25  13 00  10 25  1.1 25  8 00  26 00  12, SO  10 50  40 00  18 75  1 25  5 75  5 25  53 75  11 25  58 75  32 50  62 50  61 25  47 50  1 25  10 25  5 00  12 50  6 00  13 00  12 25  12 50  21 50  5 75  ���������2 50  13 00  12 75  12 00  12 50  34 50  39 00  34 50  44.00  45 00  40 00  46 00  11 60  12 50  8 25  10 50  Is  W������3  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  oo  00  ou  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  oo  oo  oo  oo  oo  00  00  00  00  oo  oo  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  9 75  9 00  2 oo  2 oo  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  _2  oo  oo  oo  00  00  00  00  00.  00 .  00  ob  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  .TOTAL  13 00  11 00  9 25  15 00  SO 76  8125  15 00  12 iS  13 25  10 00  28 00  14 50  12.50  42 00  20 75  3 25  7 75  7 25  55 75  18 25  60 75  34 50  64 50  65 25  49 50  3 25  12 25  7 00  14 50  8 00  15 00  14 25  14 50  23 50  7 76  4 50  14 25  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  15"00~  14 75  14 oo:  14 50  36 50  41 00  86 50  46 00  4/ 00:  42 00  48 00  13 50  14 50  10 25  12 50  11 75  11 00  ,;>' Datad at Cumberland 7th October, 1904.  JOHN BAIRD, Assessor,  Oomox Assessment District,  Gumberland Post Office.  OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOUOC  Livery!  IMMM  UNION BREWING Co,  NANAIMO,   B.O.  jLlmT ID  >^* -m  Teaming  I am prepared   to g  furnish Stylish Rigs 5  ������w     and do Teaming at C  D    reasonable rates, ������  O D. KILPATRICK      y  ������ Cumberland 5  ������ 0 OOOOOOOOOoOOOOOO  MARK������  DMIONSf  OOWRIOHTO 4������  Anyone tending * *Xu-Xcli onn dtwalhtlnn mny  llll.LlHIt.M.U.Ili      Mm....    BluilkM.   m>.    Ina.iil .All   ..  i^wmii 1���������11  1 Im Vi'it liy I'KlH'l) ol tiiu uuw.v. licci w>������.,  br������\v������T hh'woII aH iliu publlo,.and tho  ,,f i,,t,.r,.c.t to iho  UNION BOCK BEER FOR 1904  '    Will ������fliiln i-how t,h*t *|j<������������iiil uiir������ h������kd Ihmmi taVen In ������ho trmtiufaottno nf th������ Mp*rlo5  ,i������rt������i-lu.   Tho Unl'������ti Hr-(*'hij(Co.'ji llmtk tin* t������wi������ immiwi ii-r ������ nmiiUr uf innutbs  nnd sKorild in tli^lr fttmnu" nulluM until It hiw raflohod tim proper ������gn, aud ii now    "���������  oN.waooh'f at au, iiurKLs.  SCir.NTIFIO flMHRIOAN,  bMntlfuljsrlliuMrHtml, liwwst oliwilftHot flf  any ������t!l������it1ltfi lti\mi,it, weitldy.twuiiM.w t\ f.*rt  abtOttix nonitni Hpsrlm^n < gplm-nrnj Uahd  Huo a. uh 1 ATiiwrc ������������nt fme. AdTgn*  Ml!"������   *-   rf;1* .  You can get Pit flo<H*, <>v������hU������.  PU Capn, <fec, nt rook bottom prlow  at the Corner Store. STRAW HIS BACK!!  WILE LIFTING   II  t  ��������� WW W049WWV*>***0*WWWWWVWWW1  WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS 4  Was in a Bad Way Till He  '   Used Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Thtfy Removed tho Had Effects and now  , V/illiu") Sharam is as lvcllas.,  A series of articles, describing  their lives,1 their aims and  their influence.  No. a  Dr. Adam McMillan.  Ever Again.  Harbor,    Soulli  il  ��������� ���������  't  P. E. I.,  Murray  Oct. 10th. 1004  '(Special),���������Hurt through strnir.incr -  his back whilo lii'tiiijr 33r. William '  Khnrnm, gcni'ral storekeeper horo, sot >  so weak that hu could scarcely hold !  up. TO'Ciuy his is enjoying th* best <  oi health once more, and wheu asked '  how lie got his health back he unhesitatingly answers, "Dodd's Kulney  Pills." :  "Having sprained niy back with  heavy lii'iing,:' "Mr. Sharam says in ,  telling his story, "it brought on Ur- \  inary and Kidney Trouble. 1 got so ���������  weak that I almost fainted and could :  scarcely hold up. I was terribly j  troubled with having to get out of  bed so frequently to urinate.  "After using many medicines with  no good results, 1 tried Dodd's Kidney Pills. I have used ten boxes in  all and now I can sleep without being disturbed ond my old trouble has  vanished."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the Kidney js. Cuii'd Kidneys cun' nume,,ous  diseases, including      Rheumatism  Dropsy, ancl Bright's Disease.  OLD TIME MANNERS.  DR.  ADAM McMILLAN,  Editor and Proprietor cu  the Virden  i  ������  Advance.  The   Exa&'vrsv&ted   Courtesy   of   ths  Eighteenth Century.  In Social England the following appears as indicating the exaggerated  courtesy of fashionable people early iu  the eighteenth century: "Chesterfield  teaches that it is boorish to congratulate a friend on his approaching marriage with merely 'I wish you joy,'  when ho should have said, 'Believe me,  my dear sir, I have scarce words to express tho joy I feel upon your happy  alliance with such and such a family.'  The ���������compliment of condolence' on a bereavement should not be, 'I am sorry for  your loss,' but 'I hope, sir, you will do  me tho justice to be persuaded that I  am not insensible of your unhappiness,  JMr. Adam McMillan, the proprietor  iind editor of the Virden Advance, is  in some respects one o: the most ;n-  teivstir.j.' fibres ir. Y.\st<-:".i Canadian  life. I'\ w. e>en among the many-  phased men of the West, can be compared with him in point of the variety and the success of his activities. He has been a blacksmith a  surgeon, a soldier and an editor,  and in intervening intervals many  other things besides. In most of  theso he has been conspicuously successful, and even in those in which  good fortune was not so pronounced  no absolute   failure  can be recorded  j position, and his patriotism, drew  him toward enlistment. He received  . th- non-coinniis.sioncd office of farrier-sergeant with Strathcona's  Horse. Within a few weeks after.his  arrival in South Africa he was promo led to a lieutenant's commission,  through the illness of his superior officer. After seeing monthsyoi service  with the now historic Strathcona  Horse, Mr. McMillan was transferred  to the commander-in-chief's body  .ruard. with the rank of veterinary  captain. After nine months' service  with that corps���������during which its  ; gallant  conduct won merited   praise  om Lord Kitchener���������Captain McMillan returned home to Canada by  way of England. After spending tho  win' r in Mani'oha he again volun-  ��������� erred for service in thc reorganiza-  1 .-'on .������f the 5th ivirimcnt of Canadian  J Mounted Rides under command of  jLt.-Col. McDonild. D. S. C. Ho  iwas given entire charge of the vet-  jerinary department, with thc same  I rank as that on which he retired.  | But th ��������� 'vur was concluded by the  time this contingent ,'rrived in South  Ainca, and the troops returned  home by way of Kngland, in which  countr; 'apt. McMillan stayed tome  month!, lvfore leaving for Canada.  D will thus be seen that the editor  of the Advance has a distinguished  v.ar record, ln that war, which  war record. In that war, which  was one of the most just and humane ever waged, and which made  (he dream of Colonial Federation a  leality. he bore no unimportant  part. He, and those from the other  lolonial nations who served with  1 im on the veldt, perceived with a  keenness of instinct not surpassed by  tie most patriotic of Englishmen  fie magnitude of the issues at stake  i.i that happily ended war. They de-  ; oast rated, not alone to Britain  end her colonies, but to the world  : ! large, that the British Empire is  not, as are other'European (Jovern-  nients. a machine operated under an  air.ihitiotis sovereign or ambitious  salesman, but an Association,, in  which, with mutual support and  confidence, the .world-wide subjects of  one. Crown could come together for  all purposes, fiscal andrlmperial, in  which all were interested.  On returning home, Capt. McMillan took a practice in Virden. In a  few months he bought thc Advance.  Under Captain McMillan's control  tho Advance became much more independent,   but   lost   none    of   its   in-  So Quick, So  TO, MAKE QOOD TEA WHEN  that I take'part hi your~"disTre:rs"a"n^^  shall ever be affected when you are so.'  faith,  whether in the real'm of mind  His child began his lessons in 'breed-  or matter,   his   habit of mind is as  against him.   Adventurous, but levelheaded, progressively conservative-by .flu'encp  ing' at nine years old, having till then essentially  open and unprejudiced as  other's poison,' or 'Every ono to his  taste, as tho good man said when he  kissed his cow.'    He must attend to  largest   in   tho   popular   estimation  Tho  family of  which Mi  i.s a member is,nin some respects,   a  tho graceful motion of his arms, tho  remarkable one.   His father is known  manner of putting on his hat and giving his hand. Horace Walpolo'a entrance Into a room ia described by an  eyewitness' as 'in the stylo of affected  delicacy which fashion had made almost natural, chapenu bras between  lUs hands, as If he wished io compress  It, or undor his arm, aud 'feot ou tiptoes, as if afraid of a wet floor.'"  0i'I&3n ot Toxin,  Tho custom of taking a < text aa the  basis of a sermon originated with Kara,  who, accompanied by several -Levi to.?  in n publlo 'congregation of men and  women, ascended a pulpit, opened the  throughout Canada under his pen  name of "Hayseed." JS'o more devoted, enthusiastic and loyal Scot  can be found in all Canada than hu.  lie hi, perhaps, the typical Canadinii-  Hcotch poet of the West, vepnwil-  hi/r the sturdy Doric virtues of nn j  independent peasantry given freer >  scop.; in the broader arena of the \  Dominion. The mignu ion of the race ,  has enhiiged both their views and  their sympathies, without wi ono i  whit impairing the strength of the,  loyalty to the land,of their "nativity.  Hence', in all references to the "land  of brown heath ond shaggy wood,"  the larger opportunity, the hroador  , . ,,     . ,     ,��������� hope, the loftier des-t iny, of tW) Liuul  boot* of the law and, a!lor a prayer, ,of 't,    Maplo   iH   acknowledged   and  "road in the book hi the linv of God  his father, and hitherto dominant because without opportunity for expression, asserted themselves as soon  as Mr. McMillan took hold-' of the  practical management of tlie Advance, Ho became deeply interested in  ithe paper's success, mid soon-.placed  |it on such a substantial'-footing  ithat ho was recently offered a. largo  Mciwiinn i^ffure l������r *%  and, after duo consid-  luuuiuan ;eruyon hG accepte(i the offer.     In   a  jweek or so ho will forsake tho cdi-  jtorial chair ho has filled with /such  promise, and   devote himself entSj&ty  'to   his    practice,     There are 'many,  ! however,  who  predict that ore. long  iMr. McMillan   will lei\vo tho   curing  iof the ills of ogricuJUivl'unl stock,   in  j order to again prescribe for thoso of  tho body   politic,    aiid   that hereditary instincts and   family aihTiations  will  ore long triumph over' the nrip  of   healing.      Should   this   be.   , trip.  j ranks   of    western   editors   will' .".ho  swelled by an able recruit, and ne\v^  papqrdqm in Manitoba and the Territories, bo that much tho gainer,.������������������''.".  CEYLON TEA is used, because the quality is  there. Sealed lead packets only. Beware of  Substitutes,   By all Grocers.   Black, Mixed or  Cieei.  NO CAUSE FOR ANXIETY.  Further information regarding the  unrest in the northwestern part of  Shan Tung Province is of a reassuring nature, says a Pekin cablegram.  The Uritish legation is of tne opinion that there is no cause for any  anxiety.  ASYLUM DARN BURNED.  Tii" large barn belonging to the  provincial asyhi'm at AYivt Selkirk.  Man., caught fire Tuesday afternoon,  and was destroyed. The Loss will bo  about !���������?.">,UUU. All the animals wore  saved.  "PALNS DISAPPK.-VK IJKKORK IT.���������  N" one need MiiTi*r puin wl'on ihey have  jivtiilable Pr. Thomas' Kclecuii: Oil. If  luu hi the housp v.hen required it enn be  procured at the mm rest sitore. us nil  morrliMiiis keen it for sale. Kheumutisni  nnd all boclilv pubis di.-'uppi'iu' when it is  applied, mil should they nt imv time return, experience leaches lhe user of the  Oil  how to deal  with them.  CARRIE ROBS UP AfiATN.  A despatch from Wichita. Kan.,  says: Mrs. Carrie Nation and three  other women broke two large plato  glass windows in a wholesale supply  company's warehouse a few days ago.  They are in inii.  Itching,   Burning,   Skin   Diseases,  oured   for   Thirty-five  C8ntS ��������� Ur. Agnew's Ointment relieves  in one day, and cures Tetter, Salt  Hheum, Scald Head, Eczema, Barber's  Itch. Ulcers, Blotches nnd all eruptions  of, the skin. It is soothing and quietln;;  and acts like magic in the cure of all  baby humors.   35c���������47  A project is on foot to subdivide  the~Sinulkameen--dist-uiGt���������of;���������23T0G0-  acrcs into ten-acre fruit farms.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  The I-iO'J. 0. F. grand lodgo succeeded iii amicably adjusting the difficulties within tho order.  HEAVY LOSS TO   APPLE   GROWERS.   .  The high whirls of- the first four  days of the mouth blew down about  half the winter apple crop in the Niagara district before the'fruit iviisuiii-s  lured, thus rendering' it unfit for  shipment.  Twitching MuscJas and Sleep-  JeSSJieSS.-- The hopeless heart sickness  tliat settles on a man or woman whose  nerves are shuttered hy disease can best  he pictured in contrast with a patient  who has been in the "depths" and has  beep drafted from them by South  American Nervine. (Jeoi'me Webster, ol  Forest, Ont., snys: "I owe my life to lt.  Everything else failed to cure."���������ii  SJX ENTOMBED.  A despatch from Cartcrsville, Ca,,  slates that six i/ien have beon buried  in a mine near that, place. The dead  are li. 1', JI organ, owner of the  mine, and five of his employees.  MILD IN' T11KIH ACT J ON.���������Parmelee's VoRotablo Tills are very mild in  thoir action. They do not cause griping  in the stomach or cause disturbances  there as so many pills do. Therefore,  the most delicate can take them with-.'  out fear of unpleasant results. They can.  ��������� <���������><>. hi' administered to children without  imposing the penalties which follow the  use of pills not so carefully prepared.  Robert- Tronic Paine of Boston,  Jlass., has been elected president of  th*> International Peace Congress,  which recently held a session there.  Benjamin V, Truoblpod of Boston'  was chosen secretary.  To fat and Sleep  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT'  Removes all hard, soft or calloumxl  lumps nnd blemishes from horses, blood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone, sweenoy,  Ktiiles, sprains; cures sore and swollen  throat, coughs, otc, Save 850 by the  use of one bottle. Wa minted tho most  wonderful Blemish ('uro ever known.  ,i00  FAMILIES   WITHOUT  TKR.  SIIKI,-  ,distinctly and gavo the sense and caused tho.in to ttjKlorstiuid'' the reading,"  ProvlouH to the time of Earn tho  patriarchs delivered In publio assora-  blleH either prophecies or moral Instruction)*, and it wan not until the return  of tho Jews from tlio BiibylonlHu captivity, during wlileli they had almost  lost the l;ingiiii;,!:e In which the Peiila-  touch waa written, that It became nee-  PBHiiry to orplaln as well us to reiul the  Scriptures to thuni,  accentuated.  Among ��������� the hnighis of 1ho besom  nn' Hlano Hayseed's eui'lhg rhymes  iiroWluil'H the most nojeiUiv on the  continent, and at curling "EinoUorH"  and other high Ti'Stlv-hS ������f tim fraternity they nre recit"d invl t-.iiig  with eiithiisiiiHiii, Kor are "the coiu-  )i;en'.;i un eurreiit   i v -i in by tlie nin  ny  Ivil'.s  hit  (���������l:'i.i  1 iv j:  ' I'ld'l  !  fair,  to    he  *.',.'!' *4*ent  I'.** nnbt  ' ' !i  d   hiu   son.'-'y  ' i.  ht   a ii  i'i'i'1 ini 'ii.  iThiilsm   uu.!  b'H'il   in   ihi*Ki>  To t'nt (ilttiin ������J������ir������,  To cut. clnmi J11ni llll with l.ii'il oil to  tho point-where It la to he ent; l:o:������t  an Iron rod red hot and plunno it Into  tho oil, lh'cam.o of the uiu'u.umI ik-  ppnslon tlie Jar will wad; uii iho way  around nt tho siirl'iioo oi' the oil and  tlio top mny bo. lifted-o:V,  it   in no   won-  '1 lay-' '(I'U"      children  illi'KlllltiollH      tO    lll'WK-'  ,, \,n mnIIi'l* of 1'in't It  ��������� if in ('lunula there is  pni'i'iii. who cun b'oiiHt of  nii'tiy hihih who uro edl-  ,'���������dniii, the mihlect (if the pru-  kU., i"h. Is editor' of Iho   Virden  Bnby'K O'.vn Tableth Imv.i a W>---*'  marliiililo record. All over the laud  you will find iimfhcr.'i who will tell  you this iiiodleine has mived the*  !!',':-" i :' th ���������!'.' !!''! i ������������������ ��������� W ���������*, "  five Hnbv's Own Tnhl"i m to your  children you have n punraiitee Hint  you aro not KttipufyltiK thein with  {(.Ikoiiouh .soothing Mtulls, No other  medicine for children given thl������ Riiai'-  anleo, and no other medicine safely  curuH nil Hiich iIih hn colic, indiKUH-  tlon, constipation, diarrhoea and  teothlriR troubles. Tho Tablets not  only cure t,heno trotilih'H, but nn on-  caslonal doRo Rlvon to a well child  prevents thein. Mn*. (5. A. Nawyur,  Clnronceville, Quo,, mvyH: "I hnvo  used Baby's Own TubletH for my  little Rlrl nnd And thnt, they nro tho  very ln-Ht niodieirie 1 can 0vo hor."  Try tho Tabids for your chlldron��������� !  they will not disappoint yon, Hold  by medicine den lorn or nent by mall  at 2������ cents a box hy wrltlnff tho Dr,  WUIIami' Medicine Co  tm.  wise  dln-  l.!"!i   ure   worthy of more  peiT.uuier.t  pri s;i'Vii t Ion   than   I lie fugitive ifis'H'M of n daily iiewpnper.  Of  I'.iii'h   '."'.ii''. I'.t.iH''  der      thnt  hhiHil.'l   tii't"m,v  pup'r wor!.,  Ik   dciiibi i'i '  nny oi V v  having ns  tors  HI'lit  Adviuu'i', <uii��������� ut iho niosl influential  of Man I tol i piipi'i'H: r-'riumt, nnothei*  I'on, io \iv.i, ;'li-tor and editor of the  Ti'i'iierne 'I'll n, and iinolliiT *o|i It*  publish I ng v. I'.iper in lhe States,  Mr, McMillan wan horn in lilimgow.  S-'ut li'ii.I. I'.'l'iii'i' hi** ������>.u'"ij'h ni me to  Cnmiib'. lb' was ye( nu liifaut in  arms when hroiigni t>������ tin* ihiiiiiihuii.  tiii, i\ii������,i tlJilt'Ji .1 i. i -..I lithe vidnity of Mai'Kliuin, Out., where  he ivcelved n public school education.  When almost fourteen vi'tira of ngo-  bo onxno with hiH fauiily tn the\V.nt,  ,'     !v..J'.'.' '���������'!    *'!  '    l'I'U'l.-'-iiltlV'nir    tl';wi>  under hiH father. ITe aHiiltvd. however, to noniothlnr,' better, and decided to take tho regular entirHo In  the Toronto Veterinary Collogv. Ho  irnuMntwl In UWh and retunuHl to  Manltolm to prnctlHO IiIb prnfowdon.  loi at Ing at variotlH tltn������'������ In f'ar-  bcrry. Vlrdon,. Oak l^tke nnd Ilrnn-  ditii,  Ho wan in the Wheat Vity at the  tlmo of the outbreak of the South  African war. Another brother held  the  rank  of  wrgvant-nmjor  In   tho  iTrockvuioi '"<"��������������� continuant. ������������"* **������'" 'HCt- com*  jblnod with hiu naturolly odi'onturoui  The Venernltlo SnporHtitlon  That !���������  Amocintcil Whh July 18,  St. Swlthln'8 day fate on July 15,  and in England tbero is a superstition  that if it rains on that date tho sue-  ceodlug, .forty duyB will bo wot, arid lf.  on the contrary, St. Swithin's day be  fair then Jho succeeding twoscore  days will HUowIso be pleasant. The superstition Is venerable, for one old historian remarks that "fit.. Swltuln, a  holy bishop of Winchester, about tho  ywir .k''(!<) was cal'ed the weeping St.  Swlthln, for thai, uiiout his feast l'rao-  sopo and Aaelll, rainy constellations,  arise cusmlcally. and coimnouly cause  rain,"  Another version of the story Is that  tlie good bishop loft orders ut his doath  that he should be burled In tho open  chut'cliyiird and net In tho chancel.  The inonUs, however, disobeyed the  wlHhoa of their dead imd laid him to  rest on July 15 'vlt.hln tho minuter,  whereupon rain fell heavily and cou-  tlimriiy till on tho fortieth day tho of-  fern...:;: prlosts bocanie alarmod and  haatetied to fulllll their dead bishop's  roquout.  Btutlallcs furnlshod hy tho officials  lit Ci;"vnwleh olworvatory dlscrotllt tho  accuracy of tho wholo tale. The figures  for one period of twenty years go to  show that tho greater numbor of rainy  dMj-B aftor St. Swithin's day foilowod a  dr.v Julviri,  , The villago of Cllousk,   in Southern  IjtusKin, has been wiped out   by fire.  jfivo   hundred   families   are'   without''  ^lielter or food, and   an,, nppeal   hnn  Jtyfyju   niitde   to    St. (F.cterHbiirg    for  ;^.0l'p. /-x'' ''���������  '   I ��������� ������.!������������������������������������   ���������!���������      ii       im   .i ���������   8 teoohless and Pnrnlyzod.-  "I had valVulur diseuBo ot the heart,"  writes Mrs. ,J. S, Gbodo, of Truro, "N.B.  "I sufTorod terribly anil was often H|ioocli-  loss nnd partiallViparalyzod. Ono done of  Kr, ARnow'fi tptifcis'f^r .tho lTeai't pave tno  rollof, nnd befcjro I flnlsliod ono bottlo 1  was ablo to ao! ftUOut, To-day I aura  well woman,''���������48  ACTOH THtXMl'SON'S WI l-'K 'DKA'P.  1  Mrs. .nonmnn Thompson, wifo of  tho actor, died at her home, ^'ost  Swanzoy, N. 4H��������� Oct. 2.  you must get your liver, J  stomach" and bowels right. '  Beecham's Pills act like a  charm in setting you right.  The appetite of youth comes  with all its old relish after  using Beecham's Pills. Natural sleep is the result of a  short cfourse of this famous  remedy.  T@WorfcandPlay  use Beecham's Pills. You  ���������vvill finj(".> vigor and life  which 'ims- ��������� zest to  both  Tvork and play after usinej  Beecham's Pills.   You-will I  feel likea'tfew'person'with a,  clear eye, sweet breath and a j  keenbrain, Toenjoylifetake  ��������� PrflWid only by Thomas D������*ch������ni, St.  Ki\tnt-t Bncinnil.  bcW uViirvtvlvero In Cdnnda ond U.S.  Airtiiri.ui, (o bonus,njtf atnxa,  nam  Do you catch cold easily t  Doe* uso coiii liuug uu 1   Tty  1  Shiloh's  Consumption  It ������������������������������ th* moftt ttubbom kind  of cotigbf and coldi.   If it  dottn't ear* yoa, yoar nooty  will bt nfnBd������d.  Mshi I.C.WitUAC������, W  thai a h f.&thlng !K:e CunltjM Cfsp fo. WmiuMM l������������m������t.  When you have to use hard water it is not an easy matter to WAih  household uteniili To do good washing you should have good soap  and ttoft water (rain water). If you uso hard water you must hiy������  good soap, and th������ h������it soap you can pet is Sunlight Soap because It  softens the hard water and makes a copious creamy lather, Use Sun*  light Soap for all household purposes and tho results will surprise you.  Sdnlight Soap  ASK FOR THE OOTAQON BAR,  Sunlight Samp Wmtkif tht t?*thti whilt withal injuring thi Amm%U*  UVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. It -  V  HER  LITTLE  SCHEME  By CYRUS DER1CKS0N  Copuriaht, ISO,, oil C. B..Lewis  "See here,. J^nies," said the old real  estate dealer after he had listened to  what young James Brighton had to  say, "we can sum this thing up in a  nutshell. ' You and my daughter Rose  tblnU you love each other, and you  want to get married. Granted that it  Is a match made In heaven, you haven't  a hundred dollars to your name. You  are ambitious nnd willing, .but that  doesn't pay house rent nor buy mutton  chops. I have no fault to And with  you as a man, but until you have made  .beadwny ln the world lt will be use-  loss to hope for my consent Make a  Btart���������get $5,000 ahead���������j^et'prospects,  and then come to me."  "But, sir," pleaded the young man as  bis face went white, "Rose and I are  engaged."  "Then you are not as honorable a  .man as I thought you."  '   "But" we love each other as no two  people"���������  "Bosh! If you lo^e Rose as you say  you do, get money to keep her from  starving ��������� after you are married. As  near as I can make, out, you are depending upon me even to pay for the  license. ���������' Love is all. right in its way,  and I would have my daughter marry  no onp who did not regard her as the  only woman on earth, but lovo has got  to be fed on beefsteak and potatoes to'  make it last. Married people have also  got to have houses and furniture. Your  income, James���������may I ask what it is?"  "Twenty dollars a week, sir���������but I  "have"���������  '���������Expectations, of course. Well, expectations won't satisfy the coal man  or the landlord."  James Brighton's face turned from  a dead white to a vivid red. That he  was a fine young man everybody ad-  "������OtJ ABB DEPENDING TJPOIT MB EVES TO  '������) PAY BOH TUB; WOEHSB."  i   raitted; that be was industrious and  ';     trustworthy  his  employers  assorted;  ���������   tbnt lio would someday hnvo a reasonable shnro of wealth was almost to be  ,���������!���������   calculated upon, but as a matter of  fact ho-lindn't stopped to balance bis  J:    Jove for Rose Henderson against so  4   much fair weekly expenses from week  to week.  It did look as if be. was do-  vf   pending on tho "old mnn." and as soon  '���������f'l.'W'liftrealized it his natural Independence of spirit forcod hlru to-gay:  "You aro right, Mr, Henderson,  i,. Whilo Rose and I are engaged to ho  ��������� married, I promise you that we will  tnko no further steps In tuftt direction  until I hnvo accumulated' at least $B,������  000. Thank you for your kind words,  sir, and good, day to you."  "Ho oither^raoans lt or ho has a trick  up bis sleeve," mused tho old mnn  after his would bo son-in-law had de-  parted. "At any rato, I'U keep an eye  on hlra."  James Brighton hnd been doubtful  of tho result, but Roso not at all. She  believed her sweetheart hnd only to  ask forlier band to recelvo it with the  father's Mousing. For a fow mlnuteji  after honring tho answer sho was stunned. Then she quietly#nBUod:  "Do you mean thnt we shall wait un-  til you havo somehow managed to save  w j.wo r  "l ipld your tailor so."  ���������'And how long will thnt taker  '"���������'VTell, I'm saving at tbo rate of $7  * "') per wook lit present. Noxt year I hope  to make it $10."  "And tt will u.k* too pcihupi Ua  ' yonr*?"  "Call it soven or olRbt."  They looked Into eneb othor's eyes  for a Jong minute, and tbe girl hoped  to bear bim speak of art elopement or  ��������� secret marriage. Seven or eight  years was au eternity. Tbe young  iuqu wan m ardent wooer, but he wna  also a mnn of strong principles, and be  Aid net utter tbe wordf tbe waited for.  ������������������And we wiil wnJtr sbt finally whit*  pered.  "I shall." he replied. 1  "Aud I"'- . !  She didn't finish. lie saw her eyes'  Gash and her jaw set. and he wondered j  if she had a temper of.,her own after j  all.    He  had  scarcely   made  his  de-;  parture  when  she  was  walking  Leri  room with clinched hands.   It wus two j  hours before she sat down to reason,  things out.   She was still r.-asoniug at!  midnight, and it was two hours later  before her plans were all completed.  At hrwicfast tfible tliere were no signs  of anger or disappointment or a broken heart, and tbe father winked at his  plate and whispered to himself:  "Rose's either the best of daughters  and ought to have a diamond ring for  this, or she has some little scheme to  spring on me. Very innocent girl, Rose  is, but she'll bear watching."  He should have watched her that  very day instead of making a journey  of twenty miles and back to Bee a  certain piece of real estate. While he  was tramping over the broad acres of  a farna and inspecting buildings she  was talking with a lawyer whose reputation was generally referred to as  "shady" and hunting up. a quiet boarding house in the suburbs. When the  father reached home it was to find, the  house in charge of an old servant and  to learn that the young mistress had  been absent all day. 'This was sonic-  thing so unusual that he was at once  alarmed, and. as night came he could  hardly sit still. The night passed .without a word from her, and he was making ready to call for the assistance of  the police when a note from Rose was  shoved under the front door by a boy  wbo rang the bell and ran away. The  note read that she had been kidnaped  and was being held for $7,000 ransom.  If tbe money was sent to a certain  place she would be set at liberty at  once.  If not���������w-ell���������  "I'll see 'em hanged first!" roared the  father as he roso to tho occasion. "She's  been kidnaped by James Brighton, of  course, but I'll have him behind the  bars within an hour!"  The police found James Brighton  easily enough, but he soon satisfied  them that he had no hand in the affair.  Naturally he was even inore concerned  than the father. He advised "no compromise," and for four days the police  had-charge of the case and worked every string they could grasp. , Second  and third notes were received from  Ro|e. She was being well treated.'but  the money must be paid or the kidnap-  jers_,would,become_desnernte. Day aji^  night the father and "the lover hunted  ln company, but tbe bold fellows had  covered their' tracks ��������� too .well. When  the police acknowledged themselves  beaten the ransom money was forwarded, and three hours later Rose was  homo. Never mind the tale she told.  Suffice it to say thnt it was well told  nnd bung together like a chain. It was  two evenings later that she smilingly  queried of James:  "Didn't you have an aunt die about a  month ago?"  "Yes; a dear old soul."  ������������������Didn't she leave you $5,000?"  "Bless me, but she hadn't $5,000 to"���������  "Oh, but she had. If she didn't leave  you this $5,000 I don't know how else  you could havo got it. I believe tbere  was some understanding witb father,  eh?"  "Y-e-s, but-but"-  ���������'Well, you've got $5,000, and���������and"���������  And they had been married three  months when thc astute old Mr, Henderson stopped on the street one day to  give his leg a mighty slap and exclaim:  "What an old fool I nml It was Rose  who had a little scheme to work, and  by tbe jumping Joe she worked it!"  * HER FRANK.!  mm   1  By A; S. RICHARDSON   1  &  f  S  ������  8  Copyright, UC3. by T. C. McClure  Suzanne's voice rose decisively above  the exclamations of dismay.  "It might have been worse, and Miss  Cranford can mend it."  She ran iuto the hall and leaned over  the balustrade. A young man. good to  look upon and evidently fresh from  riding, was watching the florists at  work.  "Frank!" *   .  "Cousin mine?"  "Will you please go"���������  "I will," responded the young man,  running up the stairs���������"anywhere you  wish."  "Bless you, dear," said Suzanne,  dragging Frank into ber mother's  room, where six pairs of feminine eyes  rested despairingly on a hideous three,  cornered  tear  in  Suzanne's  wedding  f<n  Hlndooi oa Plghteri,  A native officer of India writes of  tho native soldiers: "Tho Sikhs or reformed Hindoos have all tho qualities,  ���������of tho best fighters, and the Indians  as well os their fellow subjects;;.In  Europe have indeed reason to bo proud  of them. Thero nro two othor castes  in the Punjab also noted for their fight*  ing qualities, tho .Tats and the Dogma.  Anothor groat fighting race in tho Pun*  Jab inhabiting tbe northwestern pwt  nro commonly known as tho Pathnns,  Thoy nre now Mflhnnufcodnns by faith,  Tho Qurkbns of Nepal, the only independent stato in India, though generally bolow nvorogo height, bavo proved  thomHolvos tho most indomitable  bravo and hardy hill fighters. European ofiicers attached to Gurkha regiments love thoir men and are proud  of thom. Their freo and easy man-  now, abstemious habits, cheerful disposition, bravery in tho field of wnr  or of sport holp to raise thom in tho  estimation of nil who como ln contact  with them. Thoy aro of Hindoo origin," ii  "I'll nitre T������������oiT1*.w  As for the origin of tho tuno of "Yankee Doodle." ovor which thero fa much  controversy, tbls can be snld-tjiat most  of thb vlows'exprossod nbout Its origin  ttto tight, kuC only wily .������. It in  true tho tuno It the samo as that of  "Lucy Locket Lost Her Pockot," "Yankee Doodlo Camo to Town," and that  of tbo Dutch ronpors' song, "Yonker  Dudal, Dudnl Daun," but it Is also  Identical wltb the old Bisenyan "Dan-  m. Eipnrta" (sword dance) and that of  a Ocrman aong which waa published  at Cologne in the year that Columbus  discovered Anaorlea.  THE   "FOOTMAN"   CETTSJTED   HIS   RIDINO  ..   , HA.T IN HIS liAXDS., ,  veil. "That must bo mended, and only  one woman,in town can do such work  ���������Elsa Cranford.   Now, if"-      ������������������   -  "Where does she live?" Frank picked  up the cloud of lace, yellowed by time,  nnd looked at it critically. "I suppose  that If you were uot marrying a lord  you would wear a nice, clean, new veil  that would not tear when you looted  at it.  This Is rotten."  Mrs. Lynde was shocked,  "But this is an heirloom. It Isn't every girl who can be married.lu the veil'  worn by her mother and her grandmother before her."  Frank bit his lips. He wanted to say  that the average girl who married a tltlo through the more or less flagrant  mediation of a social matrimonial broker did not'euro to iUhviiw lier grandmother, Whon he had l.w.ni In Pa rin  of bis cousin's engagement to till* heir  of an Impoverished English name, he  had discovered that, even atxer two  years* wandering on Hip face of the  globe, Americanism syn* auvng within  him, and be hated to sec the bulk;of  tho Lynde fortune k������ to bu'.ld.up a do-  croplt English estate.,,  "You will Hnd Miss Cranford nt 2}8  Elrahurst avenue. Tell her she must do  It at onco and wait for It. AVeennnot  tnko chances at this hour. I'uy her any-  thing���������everything���������but have it dono.  Tell Forbotuo the brougbuui must meet  tho 11:20 train, and tbo"-  "Don't apologize, Suzanne," laughed  her cousin, taking tho package. "If you  had a whole racing stable at your command today every homo would bo out.  I'll two my own mouut and enjoy the  ride."  And bo be rode awny past the stately  manors of Industrial magnates, past  the less pretentious homos of real suburbanites, Into a alocpy, country.llko  lane lined on cither k.!Jo with small  cottages and gny gardens, At 213 bo  tied his horso to the cap of tt near  bronzo jockey and stalked up the path.  A slondor, graceful young woman was  training a climbing rose on'the shndy  side of tho porch, She drew off hor  garden gloves ai Frnnk utntcfd his errand and stood In tho warm Juno sunlight studying the uuu soil wUk.iiiy.  "It will mho nl Iwwt au hour," ?hc  said, turning toward tho house. "Will  you wait?"  "Yes, thank yon."  Ho sat down on the step nnd removed  bis hat. Above him ou one *ide uf lm>  table, strewn with magazines, papor*  nnd sowing materials, sat an oldorly  woman with carefully dressed white  hair. On tho opposlto side of the tnblo  was a vnenrtt chair. Miss Cranfor*!  paused beforo it, looked at the unconscious Mr. Lynde wltb a slight frown  nml nut dawn. After all there was uot  such a wide breach botweeo tbo status  of a footman in a millionaire's household nnd n professional mender. Besides, tinder existing conditions nt the  Lynde residence a tired footman might  be forgiven a slight brutcl) of discipline.  She clipped her thread thoughtfully.  Dame Fortune moved in a mysterious  way. There was yo-.i������|." Harry Lynde.  brother of the bride, insignificant-and  stuyid. >:ul here was n footman molih'd  on the linos of a Gibson juodel. with  the easy grace wbich no cod of I'linclus  lessons amid impart'to the unfortunate"  Harry. ���������  The little garden was very quiet, ana  Hlr-d's needle How in ,-iriv? o;il ot tho  lacy weave. Finally .\Ir-s. Cr:iiifor<i'<>  curiosity triumphal.over her dignity.  "I suppose everything is ready far  tbo wedding?"  "Everything, I believe." lie frowned  slightly.  "It is a great occasion, with Lord  Thin and Lady That coming all the  way from England, but every time 1  think of that poor ohikT-  "Do stop that nonsense, mother." exclaimed Elsa sharply. "She does not  deservepity. no matter what comes to  her in the future. She marries Lord  Harwood with her eyes open. She  knowsi the man's past, she knows his  need of- her money, and sho knows"���������  The "footman" crushed his riding hat  In his hands.      ' .'      -  "My dear,..you are so positive."   .  "Well; mother." dear, we ought' to  know. The papers have contained uo  other news for weeks. Ar.d they will  bo full of it again when she sues for a  divorce. It is all ������o Very silly. Everything that-man can giv,e her she could  buy with her own money.. The one  thing he cannot give her money, cannot  buy. yet that one thing I or any girl  without a dollar to hor name may have  some day���������the honest love of an,honest  man. I may be old fashioned, but I .believe that with some women love still  counts, and when it does it is everything���������far, far above titles, coronets,  castles and a corner iu the queeu's  throne room."  Silence once more fell upon the trio.  The 'shining needle fairly flew. The  girl's bright eyes were fixed on her  work. The man, gazing through the  vista- of prim gardens'and-close cropped-trees, was murmuring under his  breath, vThe honest love of an honest  man."  Would she- understand the difference  between that little affair of three  months*' in old Japan and an "honest  love?" Then there had been Mnde-  BiiTlhaFcoulTl'lKitcSimtT  mss wuisonr t������* nsngerous piwcuce oc  lifting very heavy weights.  It should always be remembered that  rest must be taken after eacb exercise.  While resting try deep breathing. Stand  erect, though not in a strained position,  and at each breath draw the uidomen  in raid throw tho e'iest out. As the  breath is exhaled let the'.'chest fall iqi-  wcrd hg.x'.n and the abdomen outward.  I'rom twenty minutes to.half an hour  Js a loi;',' enough time to devote to jiu-  jitsu. a::d this includes tbe time spent  in breathing during rests, for deep, correct breathing is in itself one of the  host exercises possible. In InbaKng  draw the breath through either thp  nostri'.s or the mouth, as preferred. In  exhaling always let the breath escape  through the mouth.���������St.  Nicholas. ��������� ������  Two VJotyk of u Ccrtd. *  When a woman has n bad cold she is  usually told by her masculine relative's  that it is a visitation sent upon her bc������  muse she is imprudent aud deserves  nothing better. When a man has a  ttold he regards it as a curious dispensation of Providence visi/id upon him';  because "whom the Lord lovetb ti*  thastencth."���������Baltimore Newg. ^  ���������   ^��������� -��������� |!  THE MEDITERRANEAN.  Although Called a Titleless Sea, Ita  Water Rise* nnd Falls. J.  . Why are there no tides in tlie Mediterranean? asks a' reader.'*7As a*mat-  ter of fact, there are tides in the Mediterranean. The general' rise "and "TSll  are, however, so insignificant, owing to  the comparatively small area and the  mass of water involved, as to'1 have  escaped detection .until scientific .methods were brought to bear, and hence  the Mediterranean has como-popularly to be looked upon as a tideleas sea.  A similar want of knowledgo and'ei-  perience of tidal phenomena -^cost  Caesar the loss of most of his fleet oa  his invasion of Britain in 55 B. .C.",  when his -vessels wove dashed to pieces  upon the eoast.  At   Algiers   a   self ' recording-tide  gauge was set up by,Aime, and from  its records he deduced a rise and fail  i of eighty-eight millimeters,  or "three  and   one-half   inches,   at ���������springtide-  and half tbat amount at neap-tide, ,a  fluctuation which would escape ordinary observation; as it would be masked, by the effects of atmospheric.,dis*.  turbance. ,     ,  At Venice and "in tbe upper reaches  of the Adriatic the true lunisolar -tide  seems to.be mare accentuated than at  line!  "Why;  be had even forgotten her last name!-  Miss Cranford was folding the pre-,  cious veil.  "Perhaps���������or���������you' would like to see  the ceremony at the church?" ���������    '  "Oould you"-        '   -  "Yos���������I know���������er���������where the cards  aro kept."  Mrs. Cranford protested. Her daughter smiled scornfully.  "Thoy would not mind, mother. It's  ell a part of the show."  A tinge of color spread over the "footman's" face. He paused on the lower  step.  "I'll send���������I mean I'll bring the card  over this ufternoon." ,  ��������� *       ������    . *       a       a       *  Elsa Cranford ln a simple dimity  frock and a flower trimmed hat wns  caught in the crush of 'scintillating  robes. An usher with n gardenia In his  coat was Just offering ��������� his arm to ,a.  stately dowager when he dropped  something. lie'bout over, and thedow-,  tiger wus pawed on to anothor usher,  When .the flrst man sti'itlgliteued up, ho  extended his arm to i:i������a. She gave  one gasp, and all the color faded from  her face; then, with head.,proudly up-  lifted* ahe started dowu. the aisle at his  side.  - 'Tloaso don't look'llko that,;'ho wills-  pered, "It was beastly caddlsh'of ine,  but 1 do look n bit like Harry's Englishman, nnd-und-well, I'm glad I  hoard your frank, opinion on such  things anyhow."  Thoy were nt the pew door. Sho slip-  ped In without a word, but as she  raltwd her eyes sho caught the pleading  loolc In bto, and the roso color came  bnck to hor chocks.  * ���������       e   '    e-   - ���������*  '������������������"' ���������'   :-:������  Tho wedding party and guests bad  left tho i church, Uoportern with notebooks and sightseers crowded around  the chancel, Elsa walked slowly toward tbo sido entrance, Tbo vestry  room door opened suddenly, iind Frank  Lynde stopped out. Ho bout his bend  gravely, and there was no laughter in  hia eyes now.  ������������������Will you toll your mother, please,  that dlroeily this Infernal excitement  Is ovor I om coming to call peruonne  propre? Por I undorstond that sho nnd  dad woro good frlonds in tho old days,  ������U������l;-aUd.I   \\uui, iyii  lu iultji. ut Uo,,  nh honest mnn."  But It was slit months beforo she  would admit' tbo "fact, and then she  ���������imply roiterntod her statement that  *he did not envy tho Countess of Hnr-  \\ooxl,        _____^___  Itrenarth From Proper TiroaOilnfr.  Tho Japanese, although men of very  small stature, nro among tho strongest  In tbt world. Any boy of fourteen or  flfteen wbo will faithfully practice their  systom of producing strength will And  hlmaelf at tho en*l of n few mftnthn  ablo to cope in fonts of power with tbo  average man of twonti'-flvo, and all  7)tGeT7paTts7~bW"j^^~^  are .subordinate to those of'the'wind.  ���������London Answera.     *' t:"-- ���������.v,j1',.',',.'^V-i  -'  ���������'-. : ,i'^g^,  EFFECTS OF TOBACCdJ.ij.v^c  Ia Some Case'a ft Ia Stfranlatin*v Mb������T  In Other* Narcotic.     ;���������':        ,.'i.  Whether or not tobacco-is,n stimu-,  lant has boen a vexed question ey^r  since the time of Oviedo, the first' '  writer to describe it fully, .who snys  that the Indians of Hispanipln used tobacco to produce Insensibility, whereas  others among the old Spanish discoverers sny that- tho natives smoked to  stimulate themsehWto frc������h exertions.  Men whose business lends,.to exposure to weather or to vloterif! physical  exercise, such as sailors,' soldiers,  watchmen, navvies,and field laborers,  all take tobacco as a stimulant and"  have done ao from the flrst. ���������'   '.  ' These classes nro mentioned as specially, large consumers of the weed in  Dr. Everard's "Panacea," published in  1(559.' Hobbes and Newton both used  tobacco to stimulate, Goethe and Hoino  hated lt. Scott .'smoked, prof tyeiy; but,  according to Mr. Trelnwnty, Byron  "never smoked pipe or cigar."  Modern experience and obseryatlou  seem to.indicate thu^ tobacco Js a stimulant in moderation nhtt ii narcotic in  excels, In this respect resembling all  other jntoxlonnts, uMhtf,the ternj.in its  widest sense, from tea to^oplum,,  CAT'S CRADLE.'''      '.,  ���������*. ",.,.���������, ��������� i'*-'." .- ,i   ',"    ,,  Origin of tlie Nnmo of the Fnmlltn*  String nnd Kin are r Gnmo,1'     '  Crit's cradle has boon familiar to most  of us from childhood as a",gnmo for two  players. Jn; which the first-wind*'a  looped cord, over the 'fingers of both  hands In a ttymitiotrlcnl flguro<mid tho  second Insprtu his lingers,and romovos  it in such n way as to prodtico u different figure* This thoy do alternately  novernl times, always changing the  formation,;, The art consists- in making  the rl������ht changes." '  Tho eord forms a rodo representation  of a inunger, and tho name originally  wus "cratch" cradle, cratch being ft  manger (creche, French), Huch'riirtbat  in which our Saviour whs laid. "Tbdy  Inyde hym inji cratcho.f! was Wyollt'f  tr;i������.'!ai!on of I/ihe il, T. Tho *������eV,{tm  ptlll mod \tx nomn\\('nthnfU*"cMXX\tY\tm'  in thnt particular wonae.������ ������������������; ���������       ! ;*  Tho Abbe Provont ������ays in hia v"Man-  Ml Lexlquo,","Cratch l* the namo, air-  en to n mnnger for cnttlo nrid whicfl is  CJiiWvM.tcd   by   the'   h'rth'"ot'   Jena  (JbrlHt."  To the piew������t dny the raolf* ,  which stand In the i.elds for cattle to  tat from are called cratches.  ,    i.  . i .'���������..,  ' ;     '/.  U-'ip  v..  ��������� ���������>;������i-  mtrnmi i ���������> .i :< i  ��������� vometlmri.    ,  "My hufthnml Is a fatalist  no always nialntiiiiiH that men are, not free  I gf".V������"  "Vou must remember tbnt your btf*  hood is, married."  ���������_U���������..   ... --. -' * ,- .*��������� ������SS*.*������*3fiV*i^ :���������? ���������'-.if  ���������- i'i"- ..'~y-i\\, y;^,-<? f . ^  .' r- -i '  "5'f. -v  jr>r  Ladies House Slipper.  Fine Kid, Haud turned, Felt Lined���������Extra Good Value     $1.50  Trilby Tie.  Pp.teut Namp, French heel, best material���������Regular price  $4.oo,   Special Price  ..    ..       ..       ..       ..       ..     $3.25  ,    Children's Carpet Slippers.  All Sizes���������Per pair   ...     25cts  Children's Fine French Felt Slippers  ets and almcsl everything in leather goods.  Thos Carey ig offering good selections of gent\������ euitinos for holiday, wear, and no doubt will receive  innumerable orders for dress suits  for the forthcoming ball.  ������ ������ALE  A Beautiful House Slipper���������Sizes, 4 to 6,  7 to 10      35c; 11 to 2,  Every Child Bhould have a Pair in their  stocking Christmas IKEorning....   CALL AND SEE THESE AT THE  30c  40c  CORNER  CASH STORE  STANLEY H. RIGGS.  ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY,  ttrscripbion  .$2 oo a year,  . 36. Hn&erson, fl&or.  *������" Advertiserb who want their ad  elauged, should get copy in by  9 a.m. day before issue.  The Editor will not be responsible for the  views, Bentiments, or any errors of composition of letter correspondents.  Job Work Strictly C. 0. D.  Transient Ads Cash in Advance.  THE ������STORES.  Wiiff~wmdowiT^eSorTfte"d~'with-  wares of almost every conceivable  kind, the business houses of Cum-  land are commencing to undergo a  wonderful transformation. They  are now, with few exceptions, ap-  pearing in holiday dress. In a  number of the larger establishments  the display is perhaps going to be  the largest and most pretentious  ever seen in this city. The merchants are prepared to meet the  large demand made upon theit  stocks at this time of the year, and  aie able to suit the taste of oil.  Some of the stocks carried by local  merchants, especially in the line of  jewellery, cut glass, silverware, ornaments, &c, and by others in dry  goods, furniture, fancy ware, furnishings, (fee, are unequalled in a  town more pretentious than Cumberland.  Tbe Big Store presents a busy  scene every day, and seems to have  gone to speoial trouble this Benson  to provide for their many patrons,  ft stock of endless variety from  whioh to select goods for the Christ-  mastide, Carrying a complete  stock, it constitutes more than is  comprehended b. the name of store.  Aiming at meeting the tastes of  purchasers, the firm also endeavors  to meet the popular idea with re*  ipeot to prices  There is no block on Dunsmuir  Avenue more illustrative of the  town's progresBivenees than that of  ftesirp Napier & Partridge. The  windows of this well-known store  will soon be a revelation to the  housekeeper. In all departments of  this popular business house Bug-  gi-sllouB which could hardly be  thought of otherwise will bo awxi.  The windows from day to day will  show a wealth of variety, whioh will  ���������peak volumes for the taste displayed by the management in the  selection of the goods,  S. Riggs has a most artistic display of goods in the line of gents1  furnishings, women's and ohiltlren's  fine shoe*, slippers, gloves, laces,  tiiks, in fack a stock carefully selected and of tho very latest patterns to suit the most fasiidiou������,  With fresh shipments constantly  arriving the kore is in the best o*  shape to imet the wish of anyone  desiring any class of goods carried  by them. .     * ���������  The Magnet Store has a decidedly  Christmas appearance. 'Tne*. win-,  dows are bein$ constantly watched  by the chileren for all the varied  assortment of toys, &c, which are  from time to time exhibited there.  The windows only in small measure  give any idea of the profusion to be  found inside. Mr Bate is alHo taking orders for Fletcher Bros,'music  dealers, Victoria and Nanaimo, and  will supply every thin *> in the music  line from a magnificent Gerha.d-  Heintzman piano to an instruo ion  book  The jewellery s ores of P. Stod-  -da rt-ai i < J_X.r D.-M cLean- presen ts-a-  substa' i 1 line of goods, such as  per.ain io all fashionauie establishments. Articles can be purchased  according to prioe ,whicli the customer is willing to pay, up to the  most costly jewel to the most expensive clock or watch, also cut  glass and every variety of silverware. !���������:���������  Campbells' well-known confectionery store i, always one of tiie  most particular regarding this feature of its business. A tempting  collection of fancy cakes and other  delicacies will be exhibited through  the h> liday Feason. All varieties of  paptry will also be on sale.  J  McLeod bas a large etook of  ,candy, fruit, &c, and will, daily  supply, his customers wiih freshly  roasted pea-nuts  At the ntore of Mepsrs Weinrobe  preparations have been made to  itioel any competition with which  it may have to contend, A stock of  gents' furnishingp,' umhrelli.8. dry  poods, ready-made clothing, is on  view, and in addition the store will  exhibit a collection of goods selected  for presentation.  Mr T Davis' establishment is a  bargain quarter these days, The  latent fashions in bnntu, shoes,  cloaks, &c, are obtainable, and at  prices suited to all prospective buyers. Centrally located, the management is in a position to oom-  inand a fair proportion of all the  business offering,  At the " Peoples Store ", there is  a splendid assortment of the season's groceries, including nuts, almonds and fruits for Xmns puddings and cakes, They are offering everything in bost grades.  McssrB Moore ase also in the  swim with everything up to date  including groceries of evory description, dry goods* boots and shoes eto,  Peacey's window as usual shows  a tauty ttrfttiiKeuiuiit of i)** mieuj/s  novelties Thoro ntto ts\)t;c\*Utitit> in  oddpioceBin phony, mirrors, perfumes and general brie a-brac, also  piotures, books, calendar* etc.  Mr J Marroohi has a Urge ansort  ment of groceries, fruit eto, and will  also bave in s stock during the  holidays oakes of every description,  Mr Tarbell has some splendid  ranges warranted to roast a turkey  brown, also tins of evory sort from  pio plates to wash hoilern.  At Willard'a are to be found valises, trunks, saddlery, horse blank  LOST   WHILE   SHOOTING.  Mr C.H.B. Potts, our genial solicitor, had an unpleasant experience  Fridav, While deer Hunting on the  neck of laud between the Courtney  and Brown's rivers, he lost his way,  and spent an uncomfortable night  in the woods. The next day, several people 'went out in search ol  him. but meanwhile, Mr Potts had  found his way out to Burn's rarfch,  having crossed Brown's river, ai-d  later proceeded to Courtney. Having crossed Brown's River, it is fortunate he btruck, Burn's, as the  country thereabouts is a bad one io  be wandering about in.  Floor Oil Cloths and Linoleums  large range of patterns from 30c  per square yard at Napier & Partridge.     "'���������"������������������;:;������������������  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  an application .will be made to the Legislative Assembly orthe Province of British Columbia, at Us next Session, for. an  Act amending the Act of Incorporation  of the Queen Charlotte Island Railway  Company, by striking out Clauses 32 and  33 thereof, and by striking out the figures  "1902 ' in section 30 thereof and substituting "1906'! in lieu thereof, and also extending the time for the commencement  of the construction of Company's line of  railway, and for the expenditure of 10 per  cent of the capital ofthe said Company  as limited by sub-section 5 of section 44  of the "British Columbia Railway Act",  and for reviving, ratifying and confirming  all the powers, privileges and rights grant  ed to and conferred on the said Company  b> its Act of Incorporation.  Dated at Victoria,   B.C.,   the   23rd  November, A.D., 1904,  Robertson & Robertson  Solicitorsforthe" Applicants  trangling.,  eductions  All our Goods must be cleared out by  December ist, 1904 All our Dry  Goods. Gents. Furnishings, Boots and  Shoes, Rubbers, etc, -10 per cent/ off.  Men's and Boys' Clothing 20 per cent  off. If there is anything you need in  the above come and take advantage of  Weinrobe's     Moving      Sale.  Bl)Y something  Substantial  CTERLING   Silver Manicure   Sets,   Desk   Seta,    Coffee  *~^       iSpoons in  CaseH,    Picture  FrameB,    Childs Cups,  Tete a Tete,   &o. Cut Glass and Silver Plate,  Solid Gold Watches, Chains, Lockets, Diamond Rings  and Pearl Brooches. ' itar A large stock to select irom  and cheaper than elsewhere.     ....  P. STODDART,  Watchmaker  & Jeweler.  AU Purchases Engraved, while you wait, Free.  Fletcher _Bros.,  Dealers m High-grade  PIANOS  AND  ORGANS  The    oilebrated    GehharT)   Hkintzman,  Mendelssohn und Williams pianos   From  $300 up.   TERMS TO SUH.....  Steel Range  T. E. BATE,  Local Agent.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied at Loweit Market Frioeo  Vegetables  A Great Variety will  alwayi bo  in atoek i  also a supply of  Fresh Fish  will be on Sale every Wodnoaday      o  Your imtronago U oordialiy invited, and  ail orderi will bo promptly dolivored.   -__���������==A GoCD BAKER ~=  The pven in the Kootenay Range is scientifically proportioned to the size of the fire-box, so that, no more fuel can be  burned than is absolutely necessary to heat the oven..  The,oven is lined with heavy sheet steel, which is a.great  radiator of heat and insures  a uniform heat throughout  the oven���������no danger of a  loaf of bread being half done  on one side and burned on  the other.  t' & lis  :tem  II  ������  H  GE~  The Kootenay Range ;is  built on scientific principles  throughout, and should be  carefully examined before  buying any other,.  Sold by all enterprising  dealers.  Booklet free.  MXIaryfc  London, Toronto, Montreal/ Winnipeg Vancouver*  Su John, N.B.  0. H. Tahrkll, Sole Agent.  J. McPhee L Son  PROPKIET0R8.  ft!  You-till-eyes  Your iparo timo by taking a course in the  INTERNATIONAL  00llKKKiJUt\Mi\i;K  fclMUOL  SORANTON, PA.  The roaion a young man gave for taking  a course in fttuam Engineering the other  day waa. he ���������aid���������"I want to paai my examination with 100 por oent."  For Information drop me a card,  T. W. MARTINDALK,  Aornt, Viotoria, B,C,  Froeh Eastern Oyster*, OOctB. per  tin. at tbe Big Store.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.  Tak LAXATIVE HttOMO QUININE Tab-  lot*. AU dfiigtfiatH r������fuul clio vhuijov ff it  falls to ouro, K. W. Grovo'a signature i������  ou oaoh box,   25o.  The Very Latest  Samples  -**��������� OF -  Cloths  L    your ordir (ur a suit,   aluo a. oom  tjd.t. line of  RllUHFill HOODS,  BOOTS * HHOM,  OKN'M. KUHWSHINQS*  SEE      TI-ZS3^������.  C, DAVIES,  0]������ 1WW STONE  iMnitm.wm.  A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.  Itohing, Blind, Bleeding or Piutrn>llng  Piles, Druggiati refund money fl i'AZO  OINIMKNT faili to ouro any cam, no ma ���������  wr of h������w long ���������'.amiing, in 6 u> 14 d^y".  Flr������t api'tloaMrm fci> ei o.ue and r������������. 6l)u.  If your (iiusgiat haan't it mid 60a in utamfja  and it will Ims furwantad poat*i������ai4 by Pari*  Modioine Co., 8t. Louii, Mo.  Fair  Trial  I������  JLXJL.   "WE  JU3K  JUST n chance lo show you that  we u) way* plei^e our ouitoraert  by t������op|������lyin������ Hem with the BEST  M,KATS< al Uih lowont market  pricoB. A trial order will convince  vou.  THE CITY  Meat    market,  W. W. McKAT, Proprietor.  RKI������RESENTAT1VB WANTED.  A liberal oontraot will be made by i \lv*  Oai Ailian Lite Iiiauranoe Company with ta  energetio man to reprewnt tbem ia Cumber-  land nml vicinity Muat bate good looal  oci|Muintanuo and be able to devote hie  wholu time to their intereata. Addrea for  further partloulare to Manager, Bos 474,  Vanoonver,


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