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Array Hm*  A>  If  WH'Mtli.'LlUKj;  Hi M>ur m>mo������u������ii:������iwm> rns  'IE\TTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,' B. C.   TUESDAY,   FEBY 2, 1904.  BEHSBSHBaBHfflWSH^  At the. BIG STOR'J  ... .COMMENCING....  SATURDAY,     JANUARY    23rd,     1904:  ���������rvrmrrir'Tr-rTffiTiriTrr v"*"'""  Consisting of:���������  FURNITURE,   DRY GOODS,   SHOES,   CLOTHING,  AND MANY 0TIIEK LINES.  Hundreds   of   Remnants.  The ;' Greatest : Bargains  EVER OFFERED IN CUMBERLAND.  a  For further'particulars see Bills.  S.  LEISER ���������&." CO,  Ltd  m^-r^i���������'*Mwmx**Hr���������=*cm*raa!*m**:  1.  61 YATES-STREET,   VICTORIA, B. C.  Just received large shipment of  ������������������s^vSt  i IROIT. j^-j&EL,  CULTIVATORS, #SKED D^LLS)   WHEEL HOES, Etc.  "VEftY LATEST IMPKOVEMBNTS.  Call and see thom or wr'lio for oatalogues and prioea.  P.O. Drawer. 563  Tolophono 62.  Sole Agon ts for B.O.  U/HAT YOU .MAY WISH TO CHOOSE  FOR TIIE HOLIDAYS       OUR NEW  CATALOGUE  Will (jive you move ideas and suggestions than  a week of shopping could,, and ut your own  fireside    ..       .   I860   ILLUSTRATIONS  Printed on Kino' Tone Paper and fully described  and priced. SutfKestinns how to furnich every  room in ihe house-all freo for the ask'niR,  COUNCIL   MEETING.  Council met in the new chambers  last evening. Present Mayor Short,  Aids. Bale, MoFadyen, Wiilard,  Daniels and Itoherls-ou.  Minutes'read and adopted.  Clerk handed in B.C, Year B"ok  for 180o, wbich had been sor.t by  i\ir Uotnell, and stated that ho had  thauktd tho donor by letter. Tho  notion met with approval.  Accounts���������D. Hunden, moving  safe, $2.50f'Scgrave & Grant, printing, $12; F.A. Anley, auditing, $iU;  News, printing, $il; do., do., $.15;  ���������Electric Light Co., $35,75; S, Calhoun, hay, $21.50; Election Account, $63,50. Referred to Finance  Committee.  Deferred business.  Magistrate���������Council to go into  committee.  Re Mr Turner's (Agent General's)  letter asking for plans of city, &o.  A committee���������Aids, Bate and  Wiilard���������was appointed to report  at next meeting.  Aid. Bute thought Council should  purchase lamps iu Jots to endeavour  to save mouey, as tho monthly  lamp account.was large.  Resolved that lamps bo purchased in ������ gross lots, if a reduction in  cost could thus be effcoted.  Aid. Bate moved, seconded by  Aid. Wiilard, thatstepsbe taken to  incorporate the school and municipal building grounds.  Clerk was instructed to procure  ^ei^e's^ry^ara~^ii^'~yepBft"-arsext~  meeting.  Moved Aid. Bate, seconded Aid."  Wiilard,  that clerk-1write   asking  Bank of Commerce to osiabliaii a  braucli heie.   Carriud,   v ���������  Mr Hornal reported that he was  having trouble with people not  keeping night soil boxes in repair.  Bi.ard of health to investigate.(The  officer also reported that he had  been asked to scavenger tho Hospital and desired instruction. After,  discussion it was resolved that thia  be done, piovicted boxes wero placed of thc regulation size. Council  roso aiid .iiien wit in Committee  at which Magistrate is toieooive  $2 50 each sitting and freo room,  light and fuel,  Constable is to sigu an agreement  lo do in addition to poiioe and cd -  lection duiies, nix hours street work  four days in evory week.  BK!  WEILER BROS.,     Victoria, B.C,  HIQH-CLA83 FURNISHINGS.  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  CHOICESI MEATS  KEPT  IN   STOCK.  ���������JL  At CUE FOU.OWINO VP.lCIW.-~-  BKKF, P������ro Qowfcr. 8 J. p������������ lh  BRBF, Illud QuurUr., llie, pur lh  SKOW,l>KR Ht'KAKH liie.\x-  lh  HOUND Hl'KAKS 14e.pi- lb  aUKlOW 8TKAK. libs, j.t- lh  IKHLlNtf BEBfc'.,, .. Uo. nn������l UK ji������ ������ll������  '���������'.'ON. VBALauil PORK-������t eiju  ,\ewp.n.  Yonr t>Atrtn������������j;e U i>i>rr"i������ll,������* iavilvit, w,u\  all ordeiei wM ������k rirnnip!   r-i.'Uwrod.  J,-McPhee 4 Son  fikwuikxo'**.  f NOTXOB,  I bog "to inform lhe public that  on and aftor Jimuary 1st, 1004, my  bunineiiB will bo strictly onph, by ao  doing I can glvo my Patrons better  T. TT. CWPIY, T'.^a-b,  NOTIOB.  Any pcrpon found taking Timber  from hlooK A ot uoi its, Him x)n*)t%  B, of Section 70, Comox OHriot,  will ho prosecuted to the fulhwt talent of tlw law,  .     ��������� ,   <SRf>.: HTKVJJ'Na  To v'tJii.i-: a iUsuit j-n Mm: Day lake  All u'ruggiat* refund (he money it  it failf tr. oure.   E. W. Grove's *dg-  i.uture fu on each lion.   2bo.  m   14 i ojf  IMMMMMWMMMIg  Havo you seen our short Erect  Form Corsotm at fifty cents. Tho  same quality in usually told at  nearly twico thn prioe.���������Rtanloy PI.  R. Grant. M.P.P., arrived horo on  Saturday arid will return to Victoria on Wednesday morning.  Str. Horo, Cupt. Sivoolon, arrived  Thursday nigh', and loft Sunday  with ,5000 toiiH coal for Southern  Pucifio Railway, being loaded in-  wide of 50 hours. This is thb  Horo'rf Bcoond trip hero. Sho will  discharge at Port Lob Angoles,  The flrst issue of tho " Lumber  mar,," a paper devoted to tho industry named, und  published in  V'i.r.rt^,,11'',T.  v^'u'h"^  '*!" lavt "?<,r,!r  *       ,    .     .   , I'i     >   1 , 1.       ,! 1  **      f       *    .      ,,���������...!,   ��������� *' '       i. I fi .. ..V -��������� t'i.,       ..lit.  ono whioh Bhould supply a decided  want in coaat journalism.  Hon'"'*. Vi������ti<n for ovttvv dollar \t  what you gol at the Corner .Storo.  Mr F. 1). Littlo arrived by laBl  Tor?duy'3 train ; u\m Hon. Jain^  J.)\ii"iflrn\iir, nnd M'r ho-n, Hunt^i,  Ccimral C'tipji'miijiuioiu .'..cy., i������).,  h} '���������'"��������� i * I "/;��������� Wx'-.t. T... .!;:; :  'ioutlemon left for Victoria on tho  stoaun r Thistle on Saturday uftor-  lltiOli.  Telegraphic Mews  . Beliingham, Wash., Jany. 28���������In  what was probably the hardest  fought wrestling match iu history :n  this- country, Frank A. Gotch defeated Jenkins before 5,000 pooplo  for a purse of $4,000 he: e lust night  Pittsburg, Jany, 28th.���������At three  o'clock this morning 78 bodies of  Monday's disaster had been recovered. The. explosion was caused by  accumulation of fire damp.  Vancouver, Jany. 29���������An assault  of a, fiendish nature was made by  two men on Miss Clarke, last night,  they tore and cut her clothing with  a knife, and one of the men held  the knife over her throat threatening lo kill her if she moved while  the secohd assaulted her, There is  no clue to the perpetrators., They  threw her into a pool of water and  narrowly escaped being drowned���������  she is now unconscious. Miss  Clarke, who is 20 years of age, was  ou her way to choir practice when  set upon by the villans, who drag-  ed her into the bushes and gagged  her. In tho.struggle that ensued  her face was badly torn, one eye being nearly knocked out, and was  then criminally assaulted. .  London,   Jany. 29.���������The Daily  Graphic this morning claims to be  able to affirm'that Russia's draft of  her reply has not yet.been officially-  presented to Japan, but that it has  been communicated   to   Japanese  -M.iriisler_at_Sl._Hete_r������bjirg.__B-U8=���������  sian leply positively refusing in accepting terms to permit the insertion in- the draft of treaty of two.  word3 guaranteeing integrity and  independence of .China upon which  ,J;s.pan insisted  in   her ' last   note.  The clause proposed ,by J������p.\n was  that Russia and Japan should mutually agree to respect the integrity  and  independence of. China  and  Korea.    Russia \\i\o How straightened out tho work with China, and,  this will now closo negotiations,.and  war is now imminent.    Japnu will;  now notify the Russian Mjnistor at  Tokio that sho.has no alternative  but to tako up arms in defence of  her interests, and that the-, Japanese  Minister will be instructed to demand iiiii purport, and diplomatic  relations will be broken off.   Mean ���������  while instructions havo been sent  to two Japiuibos cruisers now at  Colombo to proceed to Singapore,  where, in tho evont of war being  declared, th'ir crows will bo paid  and vossuIb laid up,  Si. Peten'bmg, Jany. 30.���������Tlio  authoritiw ������o\v pay Itnt-'fia'H rr>p!y  to Japan will nol ho transmitted  until noxt week.  Vancouver, Jany. 30.���������Tho Vancouver rugby team dofaatod Nonai-  mo horo today hy livo booms to nil.  London, Jany. 80th���������A dispatch  from Cbu) Foo fays a foreigner who  huB arrived thtro reports that tho  Russian 8tearner Argun was fired  nt by a Japanese warship ouuide  of Chemulpo harbour Threo shots  wore fired across tho Afgun'n bows,  but no further attempt to mop hor  was made.  y[i*-y VJoii\ry\\r\utor, .Tuny. M0.���������At  the Cw������.;-.'vui:v.: Ci-rivniUo'.' h-'-e,  yoatorday, J. I). Taylor, uiant^'"!,'  editor of tho "Columbian," wae  nominated litaudard-bnanv in tho  Dominion content.  Nanaimo, J any. 30.���������Tho Wosl-  wri Fuel Company, bttor mwh dii������-  c,i,\:ni>i.xi dwolopaioiu vV,: r:������ruok  r������iviip   r.l  tn  t\oi\i- )\,*.ri>,ssiitn\ uuncyrrtt id'iy, the  ipiuliiy  having   Ikx-o   |Mou.mnc������d  the imt sU'am ooal mined hy the  focal Company  The Klocttic Light Company aro  t.'jJJi^lXJ^lJ  GASH STORE.  9 mem  GIVEN    AWAY  Every 2oo. purchase in my Store  entitles ynu to ono guess as to���������  How many Beans there are in the  bucket that is in my window.  1���������HtuicUoine Meat Flutter aad Veg-  etitblo Dish, vahio $2 55  2���������Dcz.  Cupa  aad S.tuoera, Oroatn  Jur and Sugar B������b, vulua... 2 25  3���������H&;r   Biuali,   Comb,    aucl   Pin  Oabhion, value J    9 25  4���������Box Toilet Soap, Broom & Wash  Beard, value    2 25  5���������Box Cigars, value    2 50  Beans to be counted Saturday  evening, February 27th, 1904, at  8 p.m."  1st nearest guess gets first choice  of the above prizes ; 2nd nearest  gets second choice; 3rd &c, &c.  T.EBATE,  DTJNSfiEUia AVE.,        Cumberland  ���������������mraamnj������uanH  surveying a route to the. Mill  Stream BVlls with the object of installing turbincB to supply power  for' the lighting of the city, thu9  doing away with the steam as used.  at present,  London, Feby. 1���������Mrs Maybriok  has been released.  i  'MWMCTMiwwwMH wi ^a^ttaiammmetiwwiww  WEDDING   BELLS.  Mr E. J. Calnan and Miss E.  Harrison, were raarrh-d last Thursday evening by the Rev. Mr Misen-  er at that gentleman's house. The  young couple will livo at Hippy  Valley, with Mr J. Calnan, fathor  of,the groom, Tho News joins tho  youn'g couple's many friends in  wishing a happy life.  ' We'Bell Force, Malta Vita, Shredded Wheat Bitrcuim, Grape Nuts,  and Postums Ceroal Mixture.���������  Stanley PI. Riggs.  The lalett news from the Har-  wick mine indicate that recovery of  tho dead is piogre^ing vory Blowly.  Voat bi'dioH of damp render tho  work dangerous, while oaves and  wntor, which ireciws about the shaft  hot.om from the intense oold prevailing, mako work slow and painful. ' Tho pe-..'no* so fur as iho roscuo  parlioii have ponotmled are shook-  inji ih tho exlroniM, bodies of mon  being f"und literally blown to  ntonis by tho forooof tho oxplotion  and identitloatinn will in many  OHRos.be impohHible.  Mr J, Lyttlo, brothor of Mrs  Hornal, underwent an operation at  Nainiim6 last week. The young  man mot villi nu accident somo  years a^o by falling on a pitchfork  whioh penetrated his hip, from  which ho never fully rocovored.  Not long ago no dipped and twisted  a*i^ **���������-,*) ****** <*������kC* rwUt'���������* *#M**crjn^ ne  wan bruii^ht to Nonaitiio xxhorv Dr.  Hoglo found it necefls&ry to amputate the foot 0 inches above tho  anklo. Tlie pathmt in now on a  fair way to recovery.  HOLY  TKINITY CHURCH  .SERVICES.  , ami Sun-lay in Uic numih, 11 mn.j  t n i*  ,lt:lio.il, 3,io p.m.; Kver.mK wrvicc,  7 p.m.; Choir Practice every Friday  at 7.10 p.m.  V\ G. ClIHISTMAS, PastOf. Thm ������������vch������ll������n.  The King has approved the Issue of  Jatttfrs creating thc .Seychelles (hitherto a dependency of Mauritius) a  ������������������separato colony. Tho formal ceremony of publication was postponed  until November 7, when Sir 0. Bruce,  > Jovernor of Mauritius;, arrived. Mr.  'Cl. B. Swect-Escott, thb present Ad-  ^sinistrctor of the group, will be tho  ?lrst Governor of th������ now colony.  The Seychelles are among the hundred or more Islands scattered over  *he Indian Ocean, wliich have hitherto boon dependencies of Mauritius.  'They are between the parallels of S.  int. 4 dep. and r> deg., 934 miles  from Mauritius, COO from Madaeas-  R'ar. nnd 970 from. Zanzibar. Their  ���������total area is 50,120 acres and the  population is nearly 20,000 tlio lare-  ���������������������������etit and most populous island beln������r  Mahe, which is about seventeen milea  long nnd four to aeveii" miles' broad.  'Malw was originally captured from  The French in 1794, and on ths cap-  lure of Mauritius in 1810 tho jvhole  ���������tfroup was formally taken possession  of. The finances of the Seychelles  were separated from those of the  Mauritius in 1872, and in 1888 they  .-wer������ givoi'a.separate Administrator  ������nd Council, while In 1897 the Ad-  ministrator was given the full powers  *f a Governor.   Wot   aim   KJfiil.  "Would you die i'or meV" she asked  virootnily.   ' ���������    .  .-������������������ .    '  "Oh. say," ho retorted tn a matter of  fact 'way, "if you haven't smy more ambition t'ian to'ho looking for dead ones  you'ro not tlio girl for mel''  WHAT SHE WEARS.  25B  Bring Hosts ������f Coughs and  Col������?s-Serious Results Aro  Prevented by ftfee Use of  HASE'S g"  LINSEED AMD  TURPENTINE.  Coughs and colds usually arise  from sudden, changes of temperature.  5t may be a change of weather, pass-  '3ng from a warmer to a colder room  -or exposure to a draught.  It is not always possible to prevent exposure 'n those ways, but it  is possible to prevent ser.ifais results  by using Br. '��������� Chaise's Syrup of Lln-  ������eod and Turpentine.  Thi������ great medicine haa saved  thousands of lives by preventing  p'licumonin, consumption and other  forms of lung trouble,       ' ���������  It is mother's favorite romody for  croup, bronchitis, whooping cough,  and tha coughs and colds to which  children are subject,. Being pleasant  to the taste, tho litUcones delight  'to'take it.  It is pr'zed by tho old people   because of the    prompt and thorough  ���������relict it brings for tuillima nnrl other  chronic    ailments   of    the bronchial"  Lubes.  The vory fact that the sale of Dr.  '���������'Chase's Syrup of   Linseed, und Turpentine Is moro thiyi throo. tlmos (that  of any film I lar romody, and wa������ never  -mo large as it is to-day, l.s sufficient  iproof of Us merit,   in the grout majority of homes it in kept on hand  for cusos of emergency.  Mrs. .1. Provost, llonfiw, Ont.,  ���������states :������-"My fourtcien-yoivr-olU boy  had a very severe cold in tlie chost  Hast winter find I ronlly thought ho  was going tn die. He coughed nearly all the (inn) aial .'iUii.lUiuh.s would  ���������spit up blond, Wn had about, given  "jp nil hopes of his rooovory when I  irteiird of Pr. Cliiiso's Bynip of l<ln������  need ti ml Turpentine. After lining ono  bottlo I horo wum ii, focal, change in  Mn condition, and I can positively  my thnt. he was cniuploU'ly eurod by  ���������?,wo bottk'ii and he him not boon  tt'oublod Hhif.o. I novfi- nuw medicine  "lalio Mirh i|iiirk ol'iocl rmd dm sln-  ccrely ivconmiend il,"  Th", Chime's Syrup of l.lnseod and  'Tiirpopilno,'?,'; rents a bottle, family  tdtte (ihi'oo limoH an miioh) 6o eonta,  ni, nil di'aloni, or Mthii.iri.son, But.uH  ft. Oo., Toronto.  To  protect, you  agulpst ImltfitlOHH  'the pnrtmit a ni I signature of lb; A.  W.  ("huso,  the fe.inoiis    reivlpt book  .Author, nee nd every  bottle.  "Many a good woman can we wlmro  fh\'   Miglll.   Jj.lW   UlA'll    illSdlOi    i\oA\lltg.  A London cut Jug Jioune in to be  <vp*iioil nonr tho Ilauli at whlcli Um  vvnit.roHiws will bo oaloroonH ot tho  WWiino rhoeolutiwroain lint, apeelal-  "������������������      i....i,,.o..,i      f        Ok.     Si>otV'.i-ri  1/dvtlier waste la no UnigLV wasted,  Manufacture��������� use In a comproHm-d  toHTi, Inntend nf Iron to make eog-  mheel*'.  Fortiiiiat*' 1������ the ittnei who flonsn't  nuw ow-hulf iho InmbloH Unit Iiiii  iMritftolHmi think he miwj.  Fine Pars���������Red Cloth���������New Silky VeJ-  veteen���������������Louu Skirts.  Ermine takes the lead in furs for full  dress wear upon wraps, coats of all  lengths, the trimming of hats, as well  as those separate fur set additions, as  muffs, capes and stoles. The quantity  of fur used in such long, wide stoles, as  well as upon large muffs, makes the  cost in expensive furs beyond all former ermine wear. Miniver shares the  prestige of ermine ln a less degree, but  will no doubt rise In favor, since white  fur is so much in demand.  Red has much chic this season not  only in many of the novelty suitings,  but in surface cloth itself, broken by  white and black, all black or all white  flecks. Then come empiecements, pipings, straps or tabs of red velvet  or cloth to assist iu emphasizing  this color, which is a most becoming  feature. Red zibellne Is conspicuous  for a walking suft, but it has won favor  in that line and will bo worn with  black fox furs and black beaver hats  and plumes. Picturesque it is beyond  question and for a driving suit holds its  best place;.  New silky velveteens carry the day.  Mingled with smooth or shaggy cloths  or without any such additions such  suits promise no end of smartness.  This new velveteen is so pliable that  tlie skirts plait admirably. All silk  velvets have their appointed full dress  elegance, and'emplacements of fur and  passementerie ornaments will combine  to make their smartest trimming effects, together with chenille and silk  short fringes and passementerie drops.  Besides all this variety are the���������lovely;-  laces in black and white, in cream and  pearl tones, which are used for velvet  coats. '..'���������'.���������.���������  As an example of velveteen and  cloth is a lovely myrtle green two  piece suit. A broad squirrel stole and  huge muff, both lined with white satin,  insure the extremely modish air of this  suit. *  . -*.-J  Apropos of stoles, the cut shows a  beautiful stole bon of blue lynx with a  cluster of tails at the waist line and  across tlie ends and a large, soft muff  Thw hnvo. boon 170 lives lost   00  r,u������ Aljw thin y<i������r.  8TOM4 AND BIUTVti U0AS.  lo match. Tho other soft.. flat affair,  called a shawl lion, Is of sablo lined  wllli ermine and UiiIkIhmI across tho  ends with,snlile tails, the muff (0 matoh  being of the t'wdilonublu large, flat ordor.  Long broadcloth skirts, If untrlnv  .nod except for bottom stHelilngfl two  Inches wide, have a simple grace thnt  Ih clitmiiltig, Wltli Hiteli a nklvt, re-  eon lly onc'Ottntoreil, Ua color 11 warm  bright wood shade, wns a charming  bloiiHo bodice, slightly ho hi the biu-k  and with more of tx poucli In the front.  Klll.oliliii.'H at the top of the skirt defined a yokv, while pinched tucks gavo  this bliiuw the proper bolero Hue.  Htltched also wore the double capos, hi  two rows, above u black and whlto  velvet In narrow stripes, being piped  on the edges In narrow folds and am  Untied down the lYi.nbi, which merely  rolled over with cloth facings and with  piped edging. The bolt was bordered  ill Uic r.uii.0 wuji v,uo nu num. U.ici.  vchei Jn trw.il. Cullui h.iud and ivihn  and wrist attachments carried out tho  same blnck ntid white effect, velvet  nnd cloth mingling In the prettiest wny  with the addition of small buttons cov  orisi lo iniuui. iliu Motm*. by Un  way, wero otherwise uotrluiniml aud of  tlio modified bishop niodeL-Voguo.  FITS L8KE  A GLOVE  7ou know how It I* wifh some Vo*  derwear.  After the second or third  washing, it begins to shrink.  By the '  time the winter Is halt over, It's to  tight you can't wear It.  Stanfield's  Unshrinkable  Underwear  hns thc shrink taken out In the wool.  It fits just as snugly���������feels just as  comfortable���������the last time yon wear  it, as the Brst. Every ���������* Stanfleld "  garm-ut is giuiraateed absolutely  unshrinkable.  Awe is the feeling with which one  wosuus regards anotlier who wears  uwp������rt4d go wna.   Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria,  Jfothkig deiights a woman who  loroa nature so uauch as gathering  wild flowers and grasses for tho pur-  (mmm of dyeing them.  Thero never was and never witl be a  wiiversal panacea, in ono remedy? fur all  Mla to which flesh is heir���������the very naturo of many curatives betnfj such that  wore the germs of other and differently  loated diseases rooted in the system of  the patient���������what, would relievo one in  to turn would aejfravate the other. We  bavo however, in Quinine Wino. when  rtbtainahlo in sound, unadulterated state,  a remedy for many and irrievous ills. By  ita gradual and iudlcious use the frallotit  tomtoms are led into convalescence* and  lUreiHftn bv tho influence which Quinine  ���������Mcerts on nature's own restoratives. It  rotUwes Uie droonlnur spirits of those  with whom a Chronic, stato of morbid  ���������iesfjoadencv and lack ot interoet in Ufa  is a disoaso,, and by tranqi:ilizinir the  r������ervos,- disposos to sound and rofrcshine  pleep���������imparts vigor to the action of tho  blood, which, bohiff stimulated, courses  through the veins, strengthenine the  healthy animal functions of the svuteiu.  bieroby making Activity a necessary result, stretiKtheninc tho frame and c'ivin������  "?��������� to.the d,Restivo orcans. which naturally demand increased substance���������result  ^proved uppolito. Northroo & Lymon  ?I A0??"10', ,,ove niie* to the public  Weir {superior Quinine Wine at the usual  rate aad, uruatyed by tho opinions of  scientists, the wine approaches noamst  perfection of nnv tn tbe market. AD  druggists sell it.  ?  I oust  Dizzy? Headache? Pain  back of your eyes? It's your  liver! Use Ayer's Pills.  Gently laxative; ail vegetable.  Sold for 60 years.  J.C.ATerCo,_  Loirell, MwRtu  ~> rmim0'1 mmtMm*a***mTi~tmH*,w'<**'  iiW^mws^m' +*wmmmm0%*m^m*  )Want yonr moustache or beard  a beautiful brown or rich black? Use  UGKfNGHAl'S DYE  7'imcra"1���������  ~i~R~p*iiiH7.-*"P{crirAMnA.'HrB~  An Extraordinary Offer.  $40  Our Regular  No 7 High  Grade  BELT SS,  $5  Wamnted to be superior to fell others.  fflflM'T buy an e'ecwie Wt bef re *eeioj: ���������*  UUn   I   N0.7-20th Century Udt.  Call or write for boot, 11 is free. V s ������re tha  Urgent deleters in electfii roily appll������n������s in Canada.  The genuine Knrn Bell c������n ������>nly be ob������ia������d torn  as.   ^ ever sold in drug stores. *  IV������ Victoria St,  Toroulj, Oi.ii.  A wail oq,iiipi>c>d eye sanitorium will  soon be traTolling through Egypt in  a teat.       Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in Cows.  Doa't owu your neighbor'-a grudgo;!  cu������col tiio debt at ono<-.  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RUOa, N, W. P. A., St. Piul, Minn. <**wi&  .;.=-*'  ft.  ll  fl  i  I THEIR AUTO 6  I      ELOPEMENT |  h   By IZOLA L FORRESTER 9  <������   o  6  ...Copj right, 1003, by T. C. McClure...  6  O'KMW>KW!W0<<H>,<W>*<>������'6  "We can't do a blessed thing," cried  Daisy bopelessJy. "Something broko  when that last bump came, and we  may be tore iu the road for hours before help comes, and I expect to see  papa whiz around the corner nay minute. It's dreadful."  "Don't cry, sweetheart," said Ralph.  "You'll make your nose red, Daisy,"  Added Mrs. Lambert merrily, "and then  what a moist, forlorn little bride you'll  be. .Stop petting her, Italph, and talk  Honse. Can't you fix it?"  Carewe shook his head despairingly.  They were on the New York and  Boston pike. Llere aud there an apple  tree lay in the Bunllght like a great  pink and white puffbull.' The grassy  footpath along the pike was splashed  with bright gold where dandelions and  buttercups elbowed each other, and  through the bars of a pasture on thc  right a couple of red and white calves  were watching them with lazy interest  Mrs. Lambert drew in a deep breath of  appreciation.  "Isn't it lovely?" she said. "Daisy,  eit up aud look at your wedding day.  I see a little white spire over tbe top  of those hazel bushes, Ralph."  Carewe climbed to the top of the  stone wall for a survey.  "By Jove, Aunt Ruth, you're right!"  be called gayly. "Come on, sweetheart"  Daisy flushed rosily as the eager,  boyish arms Jilted her to the ground,  und she cast a- half frightened glance  down the smooth, dusty road. Any  minute at all tlie judge might come.  He was sure to follow, and tliey wer������  only a few miles from home.  Mrs. Lambert was looking at h������r  green and gold chatelaine watch.  "You ought to bo buck here lis half  ������n hour," she said, her blue eyes as full  of excitement and happiness as Daisy's.  "I'm not a bit afraid to stay here and  fnee the judge. You two children run  for the white spire, and heaven bless  you both."   ^AunWRuth.-did-aMy���������oneu-aYer���������tell.  ���������you yon were an angel?" exclaimed  lialph, giving her hand a clasp that  parted the seams of her ueat tan  gloves.  '.'Several." laughed Mrs. Lambert.  "but all selfishly. One is never an an-  gel until one is a'guardian angel. An  impersonal angel is not recognized, i  liave found. If you should happen to  nun across a village blacksmith und  enn think of earthly things you might  tell him there is work for h/tn un thc  pike."  She sank hack among Ihe cushions  of tbe auto with a sigh of shoor content nnd watched thein run cross lots  Band in hand, trampling the dandelions nnd buttercups. They were such  precious children, and it was the first  elopement she had ever shared! As for  the judge? She loaned back hor head  nud looked up nt the blue .sky through  hall'closed oyes and smiled. The judge  refliiy did not mnttor In the least.  They had boon neighbors Tor-" twenty  yrtttrs, the Nortons and Cnrewos, and  It waa at Mr*. Lambert's that' the  , Judge's only .daughter had met and  loved her nephew, Hnlpb. IIo was a  good boy," nml .'tliere waa no rwi������>n  why lie should not woo and win, Daisy.  But tbe judgo bud,'thought '.differently,  mid liut.h Liiinberl, sitting alone In the  ���������mnshlne and fmgrniKie of the Miry-  time, Wondered VYliulber nny old prey-  lag ?iliter.ne������a over hia own defeat  twnnty yonva tmfore hud lnflueneod tha  Judge against Hnlph's suit.  It Imd boon the same story, Jack  Norton bad wooed hor against her fn������  ther'a wIhIioh. lie'wna a student then.  with ouly hia name and grit to win hi*  way, nnd alio hud not known how  iiHK'h Hho cured until he had gono nut  uf hor life, If he liatl lieou bravo and  dared all lik������ nnlfili--,:.  Sho alglied' nnd rolisfid,. herself; from  x tha dny drojlm, Down tlie rond a light  clond of dust appeimlfl, and Mm, Lambert ant. oroot,when alio anw It, lloforo  aha could more than net lie liorriolf back  oomforinbly among Mho owstlilona the  othor ntito wniiabrwistnf her, and alio  Hoard the judge give u sharp order tn  the ohautt'onr lo halt. IIo wiih frowning and warm aa ho bunt townrd her  aud raised hia cap.  "How do yon do, Mrs, LamunrtV"  "Very well, thank yon," Mra. Lara-  hart am lied nt htm graciously.  "You have luul an nocldom'*"  "JinH a alight one, t believe, i have  aent for help."  "Ah!" The judge's tone wna all coin-  probottalvb. "Carter, uot down and no*  what's the trouble."  Tho ennnfl'eur obeyed,  "Wntor run ont, sir," be wild briefly.  "Got a little strain nine. Some one running It who wn*n't experienced."  "I shouldn't wonder." wild the judge  grimly. "Uo hunt aomo water noma*  where."  When the man waa out <������f hearing he  turned to Mra. Lambert, aud there waa  ,    war In Ida glance.  ���������Torlinpa you will kindly fell mt  where tny daughter la, Mra. Lambert.7"  lira.  Lnnjbert pointed out dainty,  gloved hand in the direction of tae  white spire.  "Right ��������� over there, judge." she said  sweetly. "And Ralph is witb her. They  have gone to be married."  Thero was a dead silence except for  the clear, sweet song of a bluebird bidden somewhere among the blossoms.  Mrs, Lambert stole a look at the iudge.  lie was staring, down tbe narrow vista  of the pike. Tliere was the same clear  cut, purposeful profile arid thick, wavy  hair that had belonged to Jack Norton.  The years had only added silver to the  hair aud strength to the profile. He  turned ills bead, and their eyes met  Rome electric spark of thought amnity,  long dead, seemed to flash to life. The  color','slowly rose-in-Mrs.- Lambert's  cheek. The judge's voice*was almost  gentle when he epoke at last.  "Is it quite fair to me? She ls all 1  have, nutb>  "But she Iovc3 him so." Mrs. Lambert loaned'forward eagerly, with tender, pleading eyes. "Ralph is a good  boy. You don't.-know how they love  each other."  Tbe judge's ;mouth relaxed.- Mrs.  Lambert was a charming counsel for  the defense.  "You aided and abfetlcd them, Ruth'."  "All the time," confessed Mrs. Lambert happily. Her voice was lower as  she added hesitatingly,, "It did not  siiem right that they i should suffer  through any animosity which you bear  to me."  The judge was already standing in  the road beside ber, and in bis eyes  was the earnestness that had been in  Jack Norton's.  "I know what you mean," he said.  "But it is not that There is no bitterness, Ruth; only"���������-he paused and  took courage from the bluebird���������"only  regret for me.  Daisy is a child"���������  "She is eighteen," said Mrs. Lambert.  "And I thought the boy a trifle overbold and precipitate."  "It is a good quality."  The judge looked up with a sudden  thought.  'Torhaps if I had possessed a little  of those qualities years ago I might  have mot wiih his success."  Sho smiled down at bim through eyes  that sparkled with tears.  "Perhaps you might have. Jack." ,  A figure appeared on the hillside. It  was the- chauffeur with water. Tho  judge laid bis hafnd"liruily over tbe one  in tbo tan glove that was nearest to  him.  ~"iVnTr"toTritil'erHuth ?"~hirsaid"gen~  U.r. "Myy vri? not seek fhe white spire  yet?"  When Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carewe  came cross lots Ihey found the chauffeur alone.  "Where is papa?" asked Daisy. And  there was no fear in her voice, only  Joy and pride and now tledgod dignity.  "Mrs. Lambert and he havo gone on  down the pike together." said the  chauffeur. .'They left word to you to  take tlsis auto and go where you  pleased, but not to follow them."  The bridal pair looked in each other's eyes and smiled.  "Lot's go borne," said Daisy.  And when the judge and hia wife  came by an hour later only tbo crushed flowers and - scattered dust bore  witness lo what had been, but among  llie blossoms somewhere tho bluebird  was still slinging to its. brooding mate.  llow Wt hoonitt it Nound.  The detection of tlie direction of a  sound by tlie sense of hearing is, Ilka  the rapid focusing, of the eye on ol>  Jocts at different-distancoa, ono of ttiose  Instinctive operations which.are. continually done without any conscious  method.  Wound waves tva verso tha air as ripples stir the water, and tlio oar. by experience, acquires sotue alight power of  detecting the direction in one ease, ns  the eye does with fur greater accuracy  In tho other. Usually we unconsciously receive assistance from other vctiaoa  a* well. Often we fall to loentu at  'o'noo some hidden source of sound, audi  ua a Hinging bird, and thou our Instlnc-  llvo Ingenuity display* Itself.  Tho, Intensity of sound la, of course,  by no moans ao grout behind n screen  aa In frmttriof It, and ovary one oorrloa  with lilj|>"tlie screen of Ida ownlw������nd.  which' mny prevent a particular aourid  fi'Orn being hoard ao well by 'one oar  hn by the oilier. If, then, the head la  lurnwl imlJMhl* Inequality disappear*,  and Imtli euro Imxv equally well, wa  know'that wa must bo directly facing  ar turned from \ho wuirce of unund,  and our previmin rough" "Idea of Ita  whereabouts generally .prompts ua lo  face it.    ,  When  Minn   I* Trnriilucrnt,  The whiteness ,and opacity'of dry  llnmi, a it of ."writing papor. are duo  nminly 10 1ho fact of repented redox-  ions al the aiii'iaeu, nu Uuu Urn light is  trusted In tticse rnvm'boraiinns before  It i.'iui rcadi to any depth.  The body of linen Is a network nf  trniiHpiireut fiber* not In optical eon-  tact, which intercept, the light by re-  penledly rerlexliig ll. Now. If tho In-  (ncstleea of those libers are tilled by a  body of tho Rinne refractive Index an  Ihe tlhora themselves llie reflexion of  the surface Ik 'doa'troyed and the Mnen  Iii reinjeiivj mtivti tntiiMpiireiit, Wait''  does this; honco linen when wet la  flurker, hut more translucent, junt im  la the oiled papor usud for traelngt by  architect* and engineer*,  ,   The anme hold* good with ordinary  glass and ground glass, the repeated  reflexions of the latter making it far  less transparent. To a similar cause are  due the whiteness and opacity of snow,  of salt and of pulverized glass.  The I.OKiea! XVettvcaa.  At a London restaurant the other day  a middle aged woman entered tlie place  and, taking a seat atone of the tables,  carefully scrutinized the bill of fare.  She concluded to try some Ice cream  pudding. After it had been served she  looked it over carefully and, calling  the waitress back, said:  "Do you call tbls ice cream' pudding?" -.- ,.-.���������.-: .  "Yessum, a mint's very nice too."  '"JJut where is the ice cream?"  "Oh, that's only the name given that  peculiar make of. pudding.'" We aro  making a specialty of it. I'm sure  you'll like it when you taste it."  "It seems to mo that you ought to  give ice cream with it as Jong aa you  say it is ice cream pudding."  "Wc don't give cottngc3 with cottage  pudding."  quickly  replied  the  witty  waitress.    Thia  retort convinced  the  middle nged woman, and she ordered  .'������ Bccond plate.���������London Telegraph.,'.  Jfot Hanoi* Men.  One of the characters of the old navy  was Captain I>ereival. familiarly called  "Mad Jack," whose waggish and irascible sayings amused his contemporaries. At one time the son of one of  his old friends was appointed a midshipman. ,     ;. .    ���������;  As there was no Naval academy ln  those days at Annapolis, the. lad was  drafted "to Captain Percival's ship.  The! father wrote at once to his  friend to announce tbe fact tbat bis  eon was on shipboard, and after the  usual parental recommendation* to  mercy be closed the letter with:  My son haa entered upon a profession  where he will go down tb his grave wept,  honored find sung or unwept, unhonored  unci unsung.  The young midshipman had not been  on board long before he aroused tho  wrath of his commander, wbo at once  sat  down   and   wrote   to   the   lad's  father:  My Dear Sir���������Your son ls going to tha  errave -unwept, unhonored and unsung.  At another time, when Captain Per-  elval Avas a member of the board for  the examination of candidates for midshipmen's warrants, a son of another  friend came before the board. After  ~ih"e^eYafnihTtfm3~PerclW]rwishi"ng-tO"  announce the result to. the boy's father,  wrote, with delightful implication:  Dear Old Messmate���������Your boy has passed. Do you recollect our taking the Columbus out nf dock?   Sh������ just ifra������*&.  GOOD AND BAD MEMORIES.  Why   1'crnonH   X'oi'u^c   .-.urne   Thingx   and  Itomrm Um- Otliorn.  G'ootl memory it% a. subjecit regarding which a good ileal of nonsense-  i$ habitually tnJked. Wo* often hoar  people: Hay that thoy h two si good  memory i'or cturtnin things, but a bad  ono for oilier things. This 1 believe*  to he a delusion. A man's inoujory  may lio good or it may he-bad,,' but  it cannot well bo good for one thing  and-bad for another thing, tt. niight  a,s well ho said that a bottlo was  good for holding brandy, but had'for  holding, whiskey, in tha case of ' a  leoblo .intellect, all its fiie.iilt.icis 'will  bo 'feeble��������� memory, judgment and all  tlie, reNt-'-'but they will not ho feeble  for one purpose and vigorous for  another purpose, Tho fact is that  our-memory is in 5l.aelf equally pow-,  oriul or j'ewblo for nil purposes, ..but  wo"remember best those things which  interest us moat, and no sny that wo  have good memories for such 'things,  while wo forget those things which  do nut interetit us, nnd we nny tui-  eotxlingly that. wo. "haw bad menjor-  ios for lho.su t-hingH. .llomeo .Wnlpolo  smod to say that hiH mommy wun  ail retentive ������.s to thn- names oi' por-  Konu and of (duces, but that It wuh,  itbHoJntely Jnif>ott������nt in, cegtird to  dates. It has Immiii ������aid ��������� ui -him - by  .Maeauluy, I think--that he could tell  you the name of tho griuidaunt of  King Ktholwuld, but that, he could  not toll you whether nhn lived in thu.  year 500 or iii the yonr l.T������00. Tho  truth waa tliat. he took an Ibtorowt in  tinmen jsnd goiieulogiow, ,but nono in  dates, 'similarly in bin introduction  to. "Annu of tleierslein',' {Scott aptly  myn: "' -.' ''  "1 have through life lw'ti entitled  to adopt old .Uinittln 01 MeikliduleVi  answer to his jmrlwh minister wlun  ihe latter wan lulogizlng him wllli  l-ewpeet |o the muno faeiilty 'No,  doctor," Mn id the limiwit hoivler laird,  'I Iirvij m> cnniinnnd 01 iny memory;  it, rtitrnluM only what hniipi.-nx io '-lit  in.v fancy, nnd like enough, sir, if  you wiovi lu preni'J) in mo for a con  (do of hour* 0,1 uel I. might Im mi-  iiblei at ihe chiwi of the liiscoiirw to  reiiKuulier ouo wunl ui it/->������*������4,i;nnt|'������  Ctu.ii;   ,iji-   en.       in. <i     \)hi.:..'    ..'.'.i'i,  hor\t.n thoin \iii\h t'tpml fidelity us  to ninny dllVeroiit elawea of mibjecU,  but I um sorry to way that, while  mine hurt rarely failed nm lis to any  ��������� i,,y ;'h    af    <    >���������".'    ���������>*������'    I p"iO    nf   i"l>iu"ir-  tor thai, hud mice inlerestod my  f,'iiie,,v it hu.s. g'-iierully been a'frail  xiipfiort not only na fo nana* 'fl'M  daloh and oilier minute tedinicalfflet-i  of history, bui uh to numy inoru iin-  j.ortant thlngH."  N'.i,' it i';, pr-'dy '-"r'n.'u Hia< wr'  have not got good nieniorleN for thi������  ���������u.i li.id uieniui'ii'?; for tliat In any  oilier i-eii.-e I hnn that wo rein������niber  th.-,? uliicli interests iih nml forget  that    whU'h iniereHt.   uh not,���������Notes  ������tl,d  t^Mel'liSi,  1 lhe KJand L.  !EXPRESS  I ROBBERY  I Dy W. BERT FOSTER  &       CopusitJkl, 1303, by T. C. McClure  One .of the most peculiar cases that;  ever came under my notice, said Captain Spink, was the K. and L. express  robbery, which occurred, when i was  u member of the old steamboat squad.  My work consisted mostly In Investigating river piracies and keeping a j  sharp eye upon that small but exceedingly active fraternity of smuggler!  who operate in New York harbor. .1  The K. and L. Express company had  an office on Long wharf, at the foqt of ;  Jones street, and, doing a foreign business only, as they did, their storage  rooms were on the wharf too. |  The storage shed was a two story  building of brick.    The office; whicli  adjoined it, was at the extreme end of���������  the;'wbir'f., It was built of wood'and  corrugated iron.  Craft were passing the end of the  wharf all night long. There waa a ferry slip near by. Every vessel at tbe '  dock had its keeper, and the property  of the company itself was watched by  an old and trusted watchman. Besides, the��������� gates of tlie wharf were  locked at 7. o'clock in the evening, and  if a lighter had left the place it would  have been spied by one of the police  patrol boats which ply up and down  the river all night long.  Yet that shanty was broken iuto, and  out of it was removed a safe weighing  a couple of tons and containing money  packets and valuables to an amount  that made the .entire downtown police  department wake up with a decided  shock.  The K. and L. people were wild, and  well thoy yrnight be. The chief took  hold of chjS matter himself, aud I was  one of the men selected to go down to  the scene of the robbery with him.  And I tell you frankly I was sorry to  be put on' tho job, for as soon as I  heard the circumstances surrounding  this break it looked to.me like a blank  wall that would be mighty hard either  to climb over or dig through.-  The first report we.got was that tii?  two story oliice had been blown-half to  pieces by the force of the charge of  dynamite whicli the robbers had used  to try to force the safe. And yet nobody along the water front had heard  tho explosion!  That was bad enough for a beginning. And wben we got to the wharf  we learned that, despite the wreck of  the building, the burglars had evidently been unablo to "force the safe and  had finally carried it away with tbem,  The-.corneij.pl' thc structure was toni  away, and as soon as tbe chief learned  that tlie .safe, in question had stood  right there where the floor was gaping  and tho walls blown out he declared it  to be Ida belief that the force of the  charge used to open the anfo had  blown the Iron box clean through the  wall and that It was at the bottom or  tho river. Oe was so sure of this that  ho sent over to the Navigation company's offices for a diver to go down  and poke about In the mud near the  dock.  It waa between 7 and 8 o'clock In the  morning when we hnd first been Informed of the mystery, so the Job wua  not many hours old. Tha company's  watchman was already In custody and  waa aeared bine. It scorned thnt he  had beeu sitting up daytimes with bis  ���������lek child for tho bottor port of a week,  and he had just keeled ovor on this  night and slept llko a log In the ntor*  ajre building���������waa sleeping, In fact,  whon the longshoremen ctimt to work,  .He awore the robbery eould not lmv������  bean committed before midnight. Lie  bad mado Ida regular round* wilJI aft-  or that hour,  thon I xanda tbe dlaeornry by talking to the ilrnt clerk who had arrived  en the scene that tho door of tha ome*  building had hcon locked the aunie aa  usual, nor hnd thero bean a window  unfastened. Tlioroforo, added to the  rout of tlio mystery, waa tha quoHtlon,  llow had the robhera entered 11m ofllco  nnd mounted to th������ .second lloor, whera  the anf������ wa* kepi? But thn chief was  kii con^donl tliat the anfo really had  not been stolen, only blown through  xhe wall and had fallen Into tho wator,  Unit hi������ would do nothing until h������ iiinJ  hoard the report of tho diver,  Mut J looked over tho wreck again,  The force which had carried tho sitf*  iiivuy   iuumi   huve   been   u'reniHuUe.  I  Oii.U.a  wvl't) hui.'ihluu, 000 d< ,���������>!������   M������'i u  mans of wreckage. I picked up In ���������  eorner a piece of what I supposed to he  ajpart of 'a picture frame, for one Hide  o^'the allele was heavily gilded.  .'���������'Wintre ������ uiu rent ot Hie piuuuef" i  amknd tho ltend clerk, and I allowed  hhn the bit of glided wood.  "Why, thero wasn't a picture on the  wnll," he declared. "\ don't know  where that camo from."  Now. that wa* 11 little thli-/. hut 't  wna too odd to lie overlooked. I wt  m> ii.iiiil .,l work upiiu thut hi'tiUn  piece of wood.  An It wna not a picture fram* and  tliere had booxx nothing In tuv oliice  that was gilded, I could uot nndprstand  how it got there. As I stood in the-  wrecked room and looked through the  ragged hole in the wai! which gave me  a clear view of the river- my eyes  rested upon a big vessel being towed in  to her dock.  It was a clear day. and the sun flashed from her brass work and trimmings <  and glittered upon lu^ massive figurehead. And the sight sent an illuminating ray into the fog of my mind.  The diver had arrived with a truck  load of paraphernalia, bnt I took a trip,  nlopg the docks, going aboard each vo������-  Ml ln the neighborhood and interviewing as many of the watchmen or sailors who had been in the vicinity during tlie night as I could (ind.  1 learned several things. First, therv  had been a heavy fog during the evening and for at least two hours after  midnight. 'Thou the wind changed ancl  the sun had risen clearly.  It was quite true that nobody seemed  to have heard such an explosion aa  must have occurred when the safe of  the K. and L. company was blown  through the oflice wall, lint one watchman on a cattle ship two slips from the .  express dock had heard a noise between 2:,and 3 o'clock wbicb he had not  attributed to the mystery of the lost  safe, however.  ': ''' 'Twero no explosion, officer," he  told me. "That I'll be willin' to swear  to."  "What did it sound like?" I asked.  "Sure, *twa8 more like a heap 0' lumber, fallin' down. I thought 'twas In  the lumber yard on tbe next block."  "Was anything going on out iu the  river at the time?"  "Sure, iv'rything was quiet. I'd gons  below to light me pipe at the cook's  lantern when tbe noise came to me."  I telephoned tho 6hip news office  down on the Battery, and soon 1 had,  jotted down tho list of the'vessels thaV  had gono to sea since G o'clock the pre-;  vious evening. Among them was the-  Rotterdam of thc Bremen and New-  York' line, and, although she should;  have sailed earlier, I learned by calling up tbe office of the company that;  owing to tbe fog, she had not started'  for the Narrows in charge of the tug;  Charles I>. Goodwin until after midnight  j By this time it was mldforenoon, an<������;  the early editions of the, afternoon pa?  pars were being cried ou the etreet  with elaborate accounts of the robbery  of the K. and L. safe. One enterprising.  Bhcet-had-evcn-' 'fa ked'^a-picture-of-t-b.*-  divcr going ovor the edge of thc docK  ' into the river lo hunt for the lost safe-  Nevertheless I believed that,that bit  of gilded wood I carried around with  mo was the clew (othe true explanation, so 1 called up the towing company that owned tbe Charles B. Goodwin and discovered where tbe tug  would be likely to land upon her return from her trip outside witb tho  Rotterdam, I ay*is on the wharf wbeo  the tug came In. '  I went aboard and saw the captains  "Mister," I mid, "I've como,to bcair-  about it.   Have you got the safe?"  "What safe?" asked he, looking:  Wise.  "The one your low happened to carry away from the I\. and L. dock thia.  morning," I said.  Then ho laughed and showed mo tho  safe and several bits of broken oflice  furniture, which he bad covered with  a tarpaulin up forward. And his story  was Interesting, as I supposed it.would  be.  Whon the fog showed promise of lifting and tho wind changed the tug hn*  pulled tho Idg'steamship clear of hor;  dock and started down (dream. But  they kept Inshore, nnd just off tho If,  and Ji. Express company's dock n fer-  ryboat ran out and got In tho way o������  tho Goodwin.  "Wo had to alack our engines," said  tho oi>ptolii of the tug, "and of course  tlio towlino droppod. The tJdo awiing  tbo bow of tlio'Rotterdam plumb into  the end of tlio dock,  "By liokey, you tihould have wuui  ItJ Hor bowsprit punched a bole In  ono of tho express company's bulldlnga  liko n spear Jnlo a tat hog. Wo gleam*  nd ahead quick, and that yanked th*  ���������hip's bow out boforo it did moro dam-  ago. Hut tho corner ot Iho shanty  enmo with it, and J reckon a good deal  of what waa ln tbo ofllco cluttered  down on the old Itotfordani'a for'ard  dock, The Bremen and New York Hnw  will havo to pay a uJiv Utile tnun fur  damngoa, I suppose. But it warn'toiir  fault,  "When we got down tho harbor Hia  eaptaln of tlie Itolterdam told ino that  along with tha othor wrwktiffo whlcli  liud fallen on his dock wna tho sei'o  yonder, and' I look it aboard beforo'  J. left hor outaldo,. *  iiioUfthl (iu.j'd hi ,11 Ijiu j,!.,. ./.ni,  .IM lljey? WJI, 1 J:' !;<!! '! *..; ' .,!>t,')i  His queer a case of piracy a a ever hap.  penod along this river front."  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WELLI.n  No. I-Dail  A.M.  !)e.  00"   ....  "   AU   * -^,. (1  TIE  CU MB} R LA N J  E\Y S  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. B. ANDERSON,      -   .-*".' -       KDTTOR  The ooluuiut; ot Thk News ate oi'������u to all  wh'* wi������h to ������������xpr<>p������ therein views o mat-,  ter* itf publio iutiroat.  While we do not hold ourselves ro msi-  hie for the utterauces of correspondent, we  reserve the rght of declining to inser*  omniunictttions unneoesHarily perp<>oal,  TUESDAY, FEBY.'2,  1904.  ���������   ' ��������� ������    ���������    .'      '. '        '���������������  SHERLOCK HOLMt������, JK.  Another One of HU Remarkable Deduction* Come* to Light.  Sherlock Holmes, Jr., clutched his com*  panion's arm and sold:  "Do you see thnt man?"  "Yes. You mean the one with the mustache and goatee, don't you'/  , "Tbe same. He was awake all last  night with the toothache. His wife  wanted to put tho hot water bottle on  bis chock, but ho wouldn't huve it, And  she made bim promise- to have the thiutf  pulled today. His tooth isn't aching now,  though."  "Then he ie a Wend of yours, is he?  Why don't you 'ntrodaoe me?"  "A friend-of mine? Mo. I never saw  him until I called your Attention to him  a moment ago."  Tbo great -mnieur ���������-twelve's companion shied away iU������ a Jiafried woman  who sees vVu Ting Faag ooimg to ask  questions and vald:  "Sherlock, there's ao use talking. I've  got to quit associating with you. Tbls  uncanuy way you have ->f finding out all  about people who are strangers to you is  making me nervous. I'm afraid of you.  How do you know this, man had tbe  toothache all last nigbt?"\  "Look at his eyea. Tbey are all red.  They are tho eyos of a man who has  been robbed of sleep."  "Yes. I can see that bla eyos nro red,  Out porhaps he la a victim ot hay fever  or something of that kind."  "No.1 If you; could make deductions  you would know better. Look agniu.  You will see a dentist's sign in a window  across a street there."  "Yes; I see It."  "1 noticed that be gave a sudden start  when he happened to nee thnt a'sgn, and  half btoppod as if he thought of j*oinj,'  over. Then be put a baud up to bit:  cheek, assumed n cheerful look und hurried on. So you see his tooth has quit  ���������aching..'.!   "But how do you know he didn't have  1 n hut water bottle against his chuck last  ulgbt?"  i "Because be ban just bod n shave.   A  mau never win shaved the next tuornlnii  after letting bis throb rest upon a bot  wilier bottle.   Of course his wife wanted  \|.t bim to let her add to his misery by boil  ' * ing hia face, because that's always a wo  man's way Tn such u case of belug kind."  "Perhaps.   But 1 ihink you bave left  one   point   unexplained,    How   do   you  know the man bus a wife?"  "Oh, but you're dull. You're about the  poorest deductor I ever saw. Didn't you  notice that he was wearing a hair watch  chain? Who but u than with a good,  strong wife whose hair composed it  vould wear one of those tblugN in this  enlightened age?"���������Chicago Record-Her-  old. '     -   ������������������       -������������������  , ���������'���������   .,  Ber Gentle Hint.  ������������������Are you very fond of your club,  JohnV" ihe asked,  "Why, yes," he said, "I like It pretty  woll."  "I should think you'd be more careful  of lto reputation, then," she suggested.  Thereafter, when he came home late  ��������� and bad difliculty finding tbo keyhole, be  told her he had been to tho theater, it  being immaterial to blw what kind of a  reputation the theater got.���������Chicago  Post.         _������������������      _,   Meohantef Ur Considered.  Ai tbe clergyman dismissed tho newly  t married pair he tucked the fee ln hia vost  pocket with a muttor of courso air, ob-  serving which, a friend remarked:  "1 Imagine that form of rovvuue must  be an everyday affair with you, You  pocket It ao mechanically."  "Why shouldn't 1 accept It mechanic  ���������lly, good sir?" replied tho divine. "It ll  compensation (or Joiner work, isn't Itf���������  Richmond Dispatch.  No Ooeaslon Por Remorse,  MYei," the former aald, "I've rolled ���������  big crop of bopi thli year, but I ain't  jtiitt aaay In oif coniclenco wben I think  bow It'll all be worked up into Ingev  brtiv"  "You may quiet yoar eerupUm," re*  pllvi) bit frlond from tbe city, "Science  has discovered ipveral wonderful woyi  of making beer by using something  tbeeper thon hops."-Chleago Tribune.  Patting the Other Ifuot In It.  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Copyright, 1003. by T. C. McClure      *  As Jack Vanston stepped through  the French window into the library at  Cresswell he made half -a motion io  torn back. Ladylove was crying hard.  hor head buried in her folded arms on  the big library table. Aunt Nan sat a  littlo way off, frowniug, yet beaming  over a letter. She it was wbo cany lit  night of Jack and called to liiru with little excited breaks between hor words:  "Don't*go away, Mr. Vanston. Vou  runsthelp me make this headstrong  child listen to reason."  "If she's badly iri need of discipline  suppose you let me take her for a walk  tliis morning?' Jack said, pulling a  rebellious curl that strayed down over  Ladylove's neck. "She told me yesterday she hated me."  Miss Nancy shook her head. "lean-  not permit the walk���������now." She put  soeh emphasis on the Mast'word Jack  could not choose but ask, "Why?"  "Oh,. Ja-ck!" Ladylove wailed, sitting.  up, bnt keeping her face hidden. "It's  because she wants me to marry that  fat, pig eyed Sandy Corlew. He���������he  has written to ber���������proposing���������fanpy  proposing that way"��������� -  "1 at least appreciate dear Sandy's  fine deference to your natural guardian," Miss Nancy said, sitting a  thought straighter and caressing the  letter with two fingers. Then, in answer to the question of Jack's eyes, She  went on: "Of course Ladylove will accept She earae here to establish her-  self-  "I didn't! It was just because I  thought you were lonely and wanted  me���������-and there were so many of us "at  home one; could well be spared." Ladylove broke iu, "and I bad rather go  'baCk to daddy and the pigs and the  chicken's and the children aud have  only calico frocks than marry this���������  this oaf."  Sbe was standing at the last word,  one little foot stamping hard as she  spoke. Jack dared not look straight nt  her���������if he did he knew he should catch  -her irrhis-armsand-comfort-her.���������T-ha t-  would ruin everything. It was clearly  a case for diplomacy. He said soothingly to Ladylove. "Hush, naughty  ghi!" Then to Aunt Nancy: "I agree  with you, Miss Cresswell. Sandy Corlew ia a fine, solid fellow, who may always be depended on to do the right  thing. But please let me see his letter  - -I'm not asking out of impertinent curiosity," as he saw denial in her face.  "Do believe tbat! I���������I have an idea���������  that���������that yon may not have understood quite what he meant."  Jack's breath came fast ns he said  it. IIo was by turns hot and cold. But  desperate eases require desperate audacities. Uo bent toward Miss Nancy  and half forcibly took the letter, read  it through twice, folded Jt, rond It  'again, tlien stood with It in his hand,  the model of ono Impelled to speak, yet  loath to oboy the Impulse. Miss Nancy,  watching him ns a bird watches n  snake, at last snapped out: "Well,  what's the matter?'* Do you find anything strange or startling In the fact  thnt a gentleman has the courage and  decency to say outright he wants to  marry my nlcco?'  J, "I do'not," Jack said; then In a constrained voice: "Hutr-forgivo mc, Miss  Nancy���������hha ho said so?  I think not."  "Why, bless imd savo us! Am you  crassy?" Miss Cresswell demanded,  "Not a bit of it!" Jack retorted stoutly. "Only tlmt you hnvo misunderstood. Hero is all tin* llrst page about  how ho 1ms udmlred you nil his life  nod now that In: hnn reached man's  estate 'hopes for ix closer alliance.'  And then with a m mly courage most  admirable ho euro* op, 'My heart Is  net on marrying tin- ono - wonmn In  tho workl for me--Mist* Nancy Walton  Cretrawel!.' Ladylove is Nuncy Walton  OrosswoH ou tho family register, but  whoover hoard her called ao anywhere  elflor  "Oh, you can't in van ttmll It would  he too ridiculous," Miss Cresswell suid,  but ns she wild It. who turned away  her bend to hldo tho blush that spread  even to her round whito chin. i.mly-  lovo sprung at her like a mad thing  prying ont: "It's truth, Auutlu Nun: It  must bft trim. Sanely menus you; nobody old'. Ami you'll tsltn lilm. :nul  I'll adore niy Mucin Knndy. .H<'\ only  nieoly fat niVp fill, and I'm suiv u  J.li,  .I   I ,*> I   ������    t.i.l    ,/l-   ...JIU    .j..lt   l���������I..,,,  "i.. ���������:.,:������������������-., , ���������: !'���������.:';,'��������� 1 yo"- ���������������"  .I;uk ,niM. h!.* van*lu-.ivy w'ilh reproof. Then to Ml<* Cresswell: "Hon  oi'tly 1 miiiiut doubt ihni Sandy mount  vm!.    Thut  wa/  why   1   Id:0mI"(!  upon  hl'iiluiq  um  ,r..i,,     I   u.iii   .ii.,i,vi  #.....     ...���������  (lungs which liiuili' me sure yon ml-.-  nmlor;!lood. ami 1 did not want*yon to  Ihtllie i) "I'nVP in 1st!lkl>,"  "Why. ihe boy Is'len yonr* younger  llinul rim." Miss ihcHSwell wild wink  h\ vl,.;il!'i ������   r  ���������;1"!i'f :it  herself in  Iho  liir.ntol glass.  "Aud   li.'il.-J   tin-   ;,.���������.;,-���������;   O.'U'T   ')������    fl',-  very leant," Jack, mid. That i* one  fM)v(int.igr> of Mug so- nhi'tn���������wfll. to  finely built. At least think Jt over.  Tell him you'll tr������k������ s week fo eouniil-  er his proposal"���������  "You don't think I could be so indelicate as to accept���������I mean to say  either yes or no���������under a fortnight."  Miss Cresswell said. "I'll write to  Sandy that I must consult my brother  and shall possibly give him a definite  answer at the end of a fortnight"  With that she clutched the letter and  vanished. The door had hardly shut  behind her when Jack had Ladylove  light in his arms and was sayinjj to  the curls on the top of her head: "Honey girl, would yen believe l sat up two  full nights concocting that epistle for  the good fat wltted Sandy? Even at  the last 1 was afraid he'd see tliruugn  it, although truly it is a document you  can read pretty well any wny yon  dioose. My heart was in my mouth  until Aunty Nun took the bait. Now  we two have plain sailing. .Before' the  fortnight is up we cau bo"���������  "What?" Ladylove asked breathlessly, freeing herself and standing in front  of him on tiptoe. lie caught both he?  hands and mado her a reverence, saying softly: "Happy and married. My  governor sailed for home three days  back. Just let hhn get here, aud I'll  show the gossips I'm no such bad  match for you as they have tried to  ma Zee me out Tie mesiui to slay away  ���������another year, but I cabled him how my  life's happiness was at stake. Oh, I  didn't doubt you. not the least. I  knew you'd be equal to love in a cot--  tage. It is onr friendly enemies I  wanted to confound."  "I'm Wondering." Ladylove said in  an almost awestruck whisper, "what  Aunt Nan's answer will be."  " "I hope yes, for Sandy's sake," Jack  said. "But one'ean never tell what is  going to happen when one man proposes as another man disposes."  .������       *       *       *       *       *       ���������  *      ' " * .0  The gossips of Creston were duly  confounded. Jack married Ladylove,  with Aunt Nan's beaming' approval, tlie  -.lay before Sandy Corlew's probation  ended. Such a. piece of news, of course,  ran through the country life wildfire.  Sandy heard it about sundown and.rodg  straight and hard to Cresswell. He  found Miss Cresswell upon the porch  there, a figure of graciously niature  womanhood, wonderfully enchanting,,  in .the.; softening dusk. In spite of feeling/that he had been fooled and played  with, Sandy could not speak even  gruffly when he asked. "What's all  this.cock and bull story of Ladylove  niiarryingH'hat-artist-chap-V-anston-aHd-  going off with him in a coach aud  four?'  "Oh, it's a real romance, a beautiful  one!" Miss Cresswell said, rising and  giving him her hand. She did it half  shyly, as though fearing it might be  detained.. It was a very white hand,  plump and dimpled as a baby's. Sandy  held it between both his own big  palms, while the owner of it ran on:  "You see It was lovo at first sight with  Jack and Ladylove, but I had to bo  cool to him because be was strange.  Not a soul we knew had ever hoard of  him. Ho understood and really acted  very well; waited until his fathor came  to spefck up for "bim. Thon there was  no withstanding thein. 1 bad to let  them marry offhand"���������  *'I think you might have at least  told me," Sandy said, half resentfully.  Miss Cresswell blushed���������blushed unmistakably and said: "TJrtfjpo were reasons against It. I-yon ������ee, I did not  quito know my own mind. Besides It  might have seemed to yon���������well, precipitate"-  "No such thing," Sandy said stoutly.  Even through his rtenseness ho began  to see how the laud lay. Ho began to  see, too, how ho could save his vanity  from smart. Miss Cresswell was rich  and hnndsomo and kind. At tlio worst  she could but refuso hhn.  "Now I am horo, toll mo yoo'll marry  im? Christmas," ho went on masterfully. Miss Cresswell said nothing, only  let; him lako her in Ids arm's.  Five minutes latin: sho whispered  softly: "You owe Jack pomothlng Sandy -until ho road your letter I thought  you wanted Ladylove."  "Oh, Jack la n wise guy!" Sau<v said,  wiih Ujo uccuiit of convicUou.  Th* Mnn Who Knot* It All,  A Sixth aveiiuo groeoryman's boy appeared oa tlio curb with a nil; trap in  his IiiiikI. Twenty pedestrians stopped  nt oficn ond three dogs harked tmil  k'apod nt lhe prisoner.,  "Get. out ia rin* street!" xhoutcd i  \oli:<������.  "Glvo that rat u .-how'." uddiil a second.  ���������I fold on till I not my ,j,iKj'' piped  u boy.  "Sny, fiiilj," Usfevptf-ud n fnf man  will) u cane ns ho pushed his way into  tlio crown, "liavo ,\ou luul any c\pun-  Clli.i*  Hull  C";ii*'.    iooin':, tjiL.j   ,i.,\    ��������� ,if  Ui bundle 'cun. l.i't niu take; tin- lr.i|������."  Wllh bad gnu'c tln> hoy ������urrornl<>ivd  It, and whllo somo ono held (ho fat  man's cane he luiil the (rap high over  tlio street. VMicn Uu? spring umii wait  opened six or seven dogs wi.ro waiting,  iind (ho rat didn't llko the loolw of  thlng-4, IIo sprang from the d'tnr, twlnt-  ������'i| to the top' uf tho trap uud then  Jumped to the fat man's ahotikW.  I hu crowd noisily Ml buck. The fat  man yelled. The dogn butted lu, Ono  iio������ uot tin.* mi .unl tutu' tUn,* j;tit the  fnt man's legs. When that Keiitlemna  urofic, his silk hat rulnrd. lu������ demanded  IiIm unno. Tlto holder bad tflwappparfd,  "Hnts!" shouted thc crowd.  i  j    And  the   fat   man  steamed   fussily  i down the avenue.���������New York Press.  A Tal������ of a. Hated Dish.  There is a charming story told of the  great French painter Corot Being  hospitable he frequently assembled his  friends to dinner, and a dish of haddock and potatoes, which everybody  hated, invariably followed the soup.  The friends... wbo thought Corot partial to the dish, always gavo it when  he dined with them. At last, in reply  to the painter's query, they admitted  that they detested the dish, but supposed he liked it.  Corot was grinning broadly, "My  dear fellow, if you only knew bow I  hate the sight of it even. But Adelc,  my cook, simply adores haddock and  potatoes. And it is no good���������I dare iiot  go against her wishes. It is ns much  as my'place is worth. Not for worlds  would my awe of Adele Induce me to  undeceive her as regards the value I  attach to this one particular article of  diet."  And for the sake of Adele this little  group of great painters had fqr thirty  years boen eating a dish they couid  none of thom bt>nr. .���������,..  J>ut itt Iliu vim*...  ��������� Few men could toll a more amusing  :anecdote than Max O'Rell.. Explaining;'once his timidity when he first  took up lecturing, he told how everything wont woll. till he reached a.  .cerinin town in .Scotland.  , "There at the close of my lecture  I made my usual apology Jor' ���������murdering the. Queen's EnglishT'*.,Then up  got a brawny 8cot, who iu" ull but,  incomprehensible dialect declared'  that I spoke it as 'weel as ha did  bimsel'.' After that, sis you may  suppose, I was more at ease."  - Ovorcromted  London,  The last census of London showed  one-third of its huge population' living in overcrowded' conditions. It  stated that "of the 4,'500,000 Londoners 2,000,000 havo no more than  400 cubic feet'of space per person ��������� to  livo in, 900,000 are living in space  less than is. required by .law, 200,000  are packed in horrible block dwellings, 500,000 live three persons to  que room, 26,000 live six to a room,  9,000 live seven in a room, and fl.-  000 live eight alid - upward to as  many as ������������������seventeen in one room,"  .   Tlio Hnppiest Mnn.  ���������^iar3aJ������ain_shoiiliL^^  man in de 'renin' worl!"  "Think so?"  "1 slio' does. -He spends three-fourths  er his time huntin' auVdc'.'yuther fo'th  eatiu' what he bunts!"  MS MRLING  BT W. HE1MDURQ.  It is said that it takes three genera-  lions to make'a gentleman, but live to  insure perfect and patrician hands.  T!ie Utopia of today Is the real!Iy of  tomorrow.���������Passy,  Nn In rn I   MtnKii'y.  rujitl- r.ci-s 41 \-<- in ii hive,'hut they  fall ltr:t ee!l:ir, i'or ir is full of cells,  ttt'os iiiso Dijikc honey, i'hey inaktv it  flue by coniliii'ig, It with- a Hue lioncy-  wwb.  fan.  bar-  I.iftblUty ������f Ficnncr l������mj>l������iy������<i������.  An I'nglish farm laborer recently  filed from blood poisoning, and his  widow brought, suit for damages  against his employer under tho provisions of i.lus ���������Wnrkmin's Compensation Act., It was shown that thu deceased hud '.' KidTcml an abrasion ,of  tho slvin on the napo of tho neck as  tho result of currying Iveavy bugs of  fertilivter upon iiis shoulders, and tho  itvlliimmation that followed Oevelop-  od into'blood poisoning, the Inferoace  being that tho wound was poisoned  by lhe fertilising inatorinl.  Although it. did not appear that  the employer hnd been unduly cure-  let.il or that ho had .imposed unnecessary risk upon iiiii employe, tho court  ordered him in pay 413 fit) I hourly  S7M")) to tho widow aud children of  the demised workman, nnd as an  iippoal wus taken ho wuh ordered to  pn.y the jvldow .L'U a month until ttrn  uiatt.or wan sottletJ. Tho eawi Is* of  interest to furtnern generally us show.  Ing the swooping nnturo of n law  that, would uoctii ut th-st thought to  apply chiefly to factories .and other  HneH of indumnal elYort far removed  from tho I'ni'in,  null*'* A.uK-d i *ui������.  Kew   p������'t*iple  tvavclitii;  III   ln-.lin  can  full lo not Ico thr* puii phiyi'd, whether in  die lli'hh or its n.-piv^etatioii,  by iii<' tow imil tiie o:i,   .Sacred cat  I lio wander uiiinoleMied and uuiuuKsl,-  I ing IJiroiigli the oU'iKiVM ol tim rJtii-H,  : more ������'icp������:cia.lly in the rou'h,. gi'ii<-ral-  i Jv de^'ornl.ed   with   uarluudH  of  (low-  | t*rh>; stone    "nanuis,       tim bulls    cu  NlVU,     (kIM'p    Hl4lU>l     il.,.ti,f     .....     ii ..lj'1   il  u,nd  round hi.s  leek.-v,   lh--.V  ii.io   porl  r������y������'<i i'i froK'-o^or In envvin',' on   th"  wiiilH of niiitiy ii rock eiirviii.   Oxen  1urn mills,  piou-;li the bind,  un- Iho  ;it.tt.,, ;    ..-.���������: .���������.-    ���������;'    ���������-I  above all, iu>������ hivuluablo for drawing  luiuK ��������� ('utt)e, ns i;> well l>m>wn, ������i)>  1>y Hindoos held in grout and siijif,*-  .stitious i-i.veivncu. tluug'H wiilir  poured ovr a cow's tall Ixdng equivalent to  Um Kissing of the siii'ivil  bou'iv <<i l.i'uiiig ,,i. ,������.tth. V--t, Ut.  fortunately, the dm it bull often re-  *fi\t-.-i Vfi.v lon^li !u,uiu..'iu ,.t 1;!"  driver's liiiuds. So lung as tim animal's Jlfe is md taken ill-licatniint  ���������oiinto n������ nolliiiiti among theno pno-  flo who  rrytird   t lu> tu'i.t<'>  4..S s.K'fed.  'i'he biirgovnasier gave him an angry glance; then tliey begun vo play,  and ' the hospital was forgotten. A  general move broke up tho game after an hour; the dancers crowded in  from the ball-room, waiters brought  hi tables, and every one nrepared.,  for supper. -\  Adler was accosted \<*y a little lady  in a white silk dress, apparently her  wedding dross,'aiid'perfectly new. ,  ������������������[lave yuu seen iny. husband, Heir  iVictor .? I should .'be so much obliged to you if you would sond .him  to me. I am really afraid,"  whispered 'behind her spangl-'d  "that he is down stairs in the  room  taking beer." '  His    grave   features . rin! it ed up at.  Uio sight   of   'this-''fivsli little,   faco  with tlie anxious eyes. i  "i will hunt him up and send hiin  to you, dead or alive," ho said, and  wound his way through ihe. dense  crowd.  Just then he felt his arm seized.  "Alfred,, have you engaged, Scl-  ���������ma?" whispered his mother.  This recalled his duty to his mother's guest, and' he pressed through a  circle of gauzy toilets to where  '���������Fraulein/'Selina. towered a full head  above the others.  "May I have thc honor of tali iug  you to supper?"  Fraulein , Selma blushed, put her  large bouquet to her lips, and whispered:  "Ah,     pardon    me, but I did not  know���������-I did uot think���������I have    al- i  ready promised Herr .Lipport."  .   He bowed silently, found his way ���������  through tho crowd,, and reached the j  corridor,  breathing freely again    in-'  the cool air.    The public room was-  on the ground* floor.    JLaughing and  talking met' his ear as he opened ihe  door; a number of the gentlemen had  deserted their families. and were for- '  tifying themselves in here wit/i good  Kulmbacher beer.    Adler (stepped up  to tlie Circuit Judgo Bohin and laid ,  his hand on his shoulder. j  "Your wife demands you," he  said, jestingly. ���������       ' i  The young man sprung up. j  "Oh, heavens! has she noticed my '  absence already? What in thc world  does she want?--' She was in deep  conversation just now with her (  mother and aunt." He emptied his '  beer rnug hastily and went ou t. ; |  was "about" to  follow him  who  Adler  when his glance fell on a man  was sitting some distance from the  crowded Centre table in a dim corner; ho had a paper in his hand, nnd  a, half empty beer mug. stood before  him, and he was smoking a short  pipe.  "Kcminert," he asked, as ho stood  close to him, "is it really you? What  in the world-���������" |  The Oberfprstor sprung up, and the  two men shook hands. The doctor  drew up a chair and they sat opposite each other. J  "Well, I call this a surprise," .said  he. i  "I meant to como.to soo you this  morning early, Adler���������about tho  littlo one���������Anno Marie."  "Have you tho child with vou?"  "Yes."'  "Hero?"  "No, Sho is with".I.ucie. She is  so puny I do not know what is tho  /matter with the littlo thing,"  j "T would so gladly have gone lo  j you, Koinmert, Aro tho others  j well?"  |     "Ves,   thank  you.     I   wanted     fo  ' cjomo'horo     any way, you know,    I  had something to talk to my simer-  , in-law about."  "Ah, so!"  Tho public room wm now almost  empty; only one or two commercial  travelers snt in the. opposite! corner  of the largo, vaulted room talking  earnestly in low tonns. A half-  grown wuitw boy was loaning  ngnitiHi. the bar uslecp���������one of those  unfortunate Iiuiu creatures whose  'iyiii> will abut frum fatigue by nine  o'clock, becuii-io tliey are only ohil-  divn.  "Po you not want to go up-  -<t iiirs?"     asked     the      Obcrforttier,  ' "Thoy must.'be having supper   now.  | I had no Idea there was *to bo such  a timo (H'l'e to-night or I would Imve  gone lo the Anker,"  "If .vou will let. mn, I will ntny  with you; we mn* each other ho seldom, and I have no duties to perforin upHtnlrs. i\ly holy ileelined toy  sorvice'H. Tell ine, liou iluo?, evory.  thing go on  out  Uio'i'i)'in  tho    for-  I'.il.l    ll,lld    IIKM'lll'Vfl?"  ;      'I miss my wii'i', doctor, l mls'i niy  wife,"    Tho Pig man, uiiii n. sud e.\-  prosNlon     on    hi,-i fu oo,  took up IiIh  I mug nnd ilrunli  li:i.stii\,,   "'I hero    is  .sornollii'ig wrong at  cvoiv,   I urn, iind  : then thu child run��������� -iho.\   uro aw help-  ��������� i..f,������ um n  fiimt  o)   \-inui"- birdH   when  i I he1 old  one iuiM  lluwu iiv^uy;  it can  , .,i>i   go iiii  im, au,,'   ii��������� mv; ��������� i ,        .li'. liiiu  sake."  ������������������  ��������� Jj  "I had not thought of a stranger,"!,  returned the Oberfprstor. "I have  no timo to go about and choose." A  look of slight embarrassment came  over his face, and wiping his beard  with his handkerchief, he added: "I '  do not know whethor you understand me, doctor, I thought of���������*'  "Lurie!" said Mr. Adler���������it* sound--���������  ed biv. t'nless. "' She wanted to ,  stay " he murmured. : ;,  The. Ofo'crforster nbddoii. ,,    ���������  "Yes; the poor thing, X was hard  upop her. ��������� lkit as I, said before,  when one i.s in grief one does not  V yigh one's words. I felt so bitter  end unhappy, and then tho world  is so bad,'Adler. '.Cod knows what  I 8"iti to her. and ho "  ���������He-received no answer. Dr. Adler  stared with tightly compressed lips  at iho cover of the beer mug that ,  tho little waiter had placed before  him on, tho table. Just then he  heard a cheer upstair������, and voices  and music found their way downstairs, "And she?" he asked, at  length, ahuost inaudibly.  "it, is not'an easy thing to be a  .step-mother."  "And she?" lie asked again in ������a (���������.  difl'erent tone.  "But still .they are'her 'sister's  "children,' Adler."  ���������'.She'is so young still," he said,  in a hollow voice.  ; "But she has; tV.heart for. the.'child-r ���������.'���������}.���������.  ren,  doctor, and that is tho    main  thing." 'j-yJ :-  "Does she know about it?" ;   .  "That is what I have been to see  her about." ,  'They, did not talk any, more.  Tho two gentlemen that had been  sitting there had gone; ;��������� the, little  waiter was fast asleep on the counts  er; the soft ticking ��������� ot .the clock  could bo heard distinctly in the stillness.    Then it struclc'Hwclve o'clock./  "Am I detaining you?" asked the  Oberforstcr at last. "I will go to  bed. I think I shall sleep in spite  of the music. When can I bring Anne  Marie.to you to-morrow, doctor?"  Adler,'rose.".^'Either between, nine  and     tcni, or'     between     one     and  .  two,"'he said; but he1 did not look  at Keminert a.s he spoke.  "Gooei-night then. ��������� Adler."  "Sleep well, Kemmert."  He had seated himself again, hard-'  ly knowing what he was doing, and  did not move till the host came in  and looked nt him in a, surprised  way. Then he got up and went upstairs'.      -,,,.'  They were still at supper, and apparently     in a most cheerful-mood.  ^AJl_iViim���������t alking. cadi���������Q&2__l������LmJ_er___,,  than the! other. The band was play-   (  ing a potpourri; if just changed from  a soft love song into a merry    air  from the "-Beggar Student."  "Copio here," cried Circuit Judc'  ���������Rohm from one end of tho large  horseshoe table, holding up his  champagne glass. "Adler, come  hero! we will move closer together!"   '       ,  Thc little lndy in the white bridal  dress Waved to him with hor napkin,  "Herr Doctor, come! Whero have  you been so long?"  Tho waiter brought a chair for  him, and ho was soon seated in the  most enviable place of all���������as they  assured him ��������� between two-charming ladies, who teased him about his  absence, and drank champagne and  inlked and answered themselves.  ���������"Doctor," said Bohnv "you must  settle a dispute between ray wife  nnd myself. You know you are half  a minister; you ought to soo what u  long face you have, ns if you had  boon sitting by a corpse. -'  "Oh, yes, the doctor shall decide." cried the ladies,  "Well, then, doctor, tho ladies de*-  oiaro that a. woman should novor  ask her husband's forgiveness, 'whatever she may have done. Whero is  tho logic hi that?"       ���������'....,'  "Where, is the gallantry?" cried  little Frau Elsa ilolun, laughing.  "And H you wall, till the judgment  day I will never say 'Pater pec-  eavil'"  "Hut, allow mu," began the .doctor; '  "surely   lie    who    has beon in the  wrong must���������-"  "Certainly ho, but never sho,   You  luiow wo nover nre in the    wrong," '  Hhn docUtred,  with mi air of heartfelt siitisfiietlcin.  Adler   had to    smile,'but became,'  gravo in a moment.  "You will nut,, mako much .Impression upon her," roinarbcid tho, hm~  band, coolly. 'Why, when ; ; the  pastor had,.scnmily ,sold his 'Amen',  ovor us she Insisted as obstinately  sm thoy ii.ll titi that. 1 was to go  down upon my kno������������s Iiocuuko of  nemo trille, or I should hn in cltn-  grnoo. And she wus really in earnest, What could I, do? .Hulking und  dlschihi hnve .no ,>\P*e.t upon that. *ie.\  for ! !io good roiiKuu that thoy ini-  di-r.'.Miul it. hotter lliutl we, KIku.  just hi'U, tin' doctor's vsproHsiou; he  would never give in to you, Thank'  Cod on Voiir Iwiei'c that you    havo  e      1    I       i--.   ..     '.'���������'���������������������������  ,uO  ,1  v,   , ,t  iii-. liiiiolKeri'iiioi' ug.uu in 11i.s hand,  ,i)u! ii v./.o. moi.-.i wlo-ii ho took It  from Id's oyos. ''People will of  ci ni re. ii  I'M'labu  wlton   llii'.v   h'-iir   ilint.  .       I.l.i.l,      t U     ...... .^      ,,.*>.,' ���������> ���������   V .'- '  not dead a your. ,Jbu if >mi !kiu>w,  Siller, Mow it ih at. homo cold und  iinhoiiio-Jiko enough to mnko me run  iiiiuy. I-.U'i'.\ thing ii* dono bci-uu.s^  ii miint bi>, nut a cheorful word to  grift, one ui IttlJo, und one lies lo  >:\.\\\<m. !,i, -iiiip .vith u|>pr������'.....���������������<!  ���������furs when ono .w������;< only gloomy  ...uio, iiii li.������. el.il.ln n. In .. "��������� /'d,  it .is r������o life at nil, Aelli-r."  ' "Vou are righi, Ki'itouort." said  Ur. \01fi', Hyiopiiihotioiili.v. "I wlMi  ] fiofu my iio.ut .vou will im\i.o a f^omi  ibol'������������.     If    un!v    for the children's  ho id  Adler,     "I  ho     Stopped  "Von,   uf  roiti-ye."  Would���������1 .would   In  I'llll'IVSfli,  /[to n'nfoiTjvtJEn'.l    ','  I>iu)it>rT������<iti|M>m*iirol\Vlthl$lo������clP)eltr  Provlmw to tho develnpntent of iho.  oloi-irlo fiirniioi' .'l.ilDO iIo;:ro;'S V. was  lhe highest possible limit of boat, ^'ow  electric* furaioes prodin^o nrtlllelnl tent-  per.ittiro< fiir .iliioo thl.-c limil, vl.bh  lUmbJe tm to fiii^p and otherwise treat  oiii!imori.iiiliy hitch liilliuto itniaoloi'.v  ������iib*iiiiie-o'c ns tbromiuiu. platinum, carbon, uml It I" even po*������db!������ to fuse the  onco Indestructible erystnllln'e fonn of  tbnt clement, the diamond. ���������q/>  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  ��������� ii <���������������������������������������������wi _ i i������m���������warn  '     I  Ift several Russia* tratas    sweoaA-  elass sleeping carriage are now provided.  EAJ  I I���������*   to a strictb- commission tlmt���������Tat  THOMPSON, SONS & GO.  GRAIN  RL  COMMISSION MERCHANTS  Winnipeg-  I believe    MINARD'S  USVUIBNT  1o������ll cure everv case of DiphthoriA.  Orvordalc.   MRS. REUBEN BAKER.  I Believe MINARD'S LINIMENT  wili produce growth of hair.  MRS. OHAS. ANDERSON.  Stanley, P.E.I.       "  I Believe MINARD'S LINIMENT  is the best household romoay on  earth.  MATTHIAS FOLEY".  Oil City, Out.  Do You Want  SOME ONE TO HAN Oil VOtIB SHIPMENTS f\  TO 00NS1CN YOUR ORAM TO A HEIMILE MM     /  mom*t IERVI0E AND OAREFUL ATTENTION    .     1  U M, th* ondeMtgnedwanti your bnglneu and will endeavor to glee ���������atUtaotlea*  Gash advaaoed oa oonsignmenta.     ftaferancti   Union Bank of Canada,  Tha etdast astabllsbcMl_Grain Commisaioa   _mmm'1        ���������������������������   r m ��������� i    i   mu    m m -m-  Merchant In Winnipeg. ^S        B B1 1VI UCT  Oraln Esahange. Winnipeg.  Wben a man   dosorves    respect  does not noed to look for it.  ho  Wben the downpour in heavy and  tfce clouds are black people somehow  leso interest in the silver lining.  Sciatica put him on Crutches  ���������Jas Sim h, dtiirymun uf tirinu>b>, Ont.,  writes: "My limbs wor. a.most luoioss  from sciatica unu rheumatism, unu,notwithstanding my ettteiu tor ptiisiciaDS, 1 must  give tho dedit wheio it belou������s. lam a  cured man to-day, nnd Souih Ann. no in  Rheumatic Cure mtiat have an tho credit.  It's a marvel.���������34  When a man receives a cup of cot-  Ie������ that has not been properly ������ot-  'Aed he has grounds for complamt.  $100 Reward $100.  The renders of this paper will be pleased to  learn that there ls at least ono dreaded disease  ihat science has been able to cure ln all itH  stages, and that 13 Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure ls the only positive cure now known to the  mcdicnl fraternity. Catarrh bclnpr a coiiBtltu-  -rtonai disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,  acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying tlie  foundation of the disease, and Giving Hie patient strennth by building up thc constitution  and assisting nature in doing its work. The  proprietors have so much faith Kn its curative  powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars  fpr any case {hat it falls to cure. Send tor lurt  ot testimonials.   Address  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by all.druggists, 75c.  Hata's Family Pnis are the best  Oaii advice be very ���������nlnablo when  .so many people are willing to frive  : bt and so fow to tako. it ?  Maclennan Bros.,  GRAIN   MERCHANTS,  TwtEpnoNB 1490. P. ,0. Box Sfc  Molntyre Block, 304, Winnipeg.  Whw������t aud (rrain of all kinds. Oar  i,<iii<l I.oU ii Sprvlully. Bey u lar ad*  ritttcoiou Bills of Ending.  Write or wiro n* forTraiik llldn, nr  Consign Your Grain to ua, which w.  will soil for yonr ncrouut, ou your approval to highest bidder.  Strong Words by a New Vork  SpeciailSt.-'Afto   years of testing and  coiupans^n I have nobeeitatioa in suying  diiii L)r. Agncw'8 Curo or tne Heart ia the  quickest, eafeat, and surest kno.vn to medi-  uul science. 1 uso it in my own i ractico.  Ii n.liovcH the most ucuto forms of heai t ailment nisido oi th.rty minuted and never  falls."-���������uo  A woman would rather iio idolized  fchon understood.  Tt it; easy to explain why   others  should not innho mistnkoa.  milliard's Liniment - Cures Colds, etc  Some itimUicfi are relegated to the  upiuflUn* class hocunuo of their   cuto-  ftflSS.  Deafness of 12 Years' Stand-  8ng���������������Protracted Catarrh proihioos dm\t*  ncta in many cases. Oupt. Hon. Gounor, of  Toronto, uinadu, wae deaf ior 1- yours irom  Witavrh. Ail treutmtoMs fuiiod to rellovo,  .'Or,"Agi ow'h Oatnirbitl Powdor envo biru ie-  Hot In ono cdiy. and iu n very thurt whiio tho  deafness loft him entiroy. It will do as  much for you.   60 coute.������������������&*  Bl-eop ns long ns you can, but. employ your time judiciously when' you  .wo awake,  A HKNKFACTJnN TO ALL.-Tho milkier, tlio miliar, thn ftuhormun, tlie minor,  On* former, thn mechanic, und all wbo  'i.ve Uv������H of toil and Nponil thi������|r cxlHt-  iwco in tint dull routine of todioiiH UutkH  mul who nro cxpoHcri to- in furled and all-  ioiMtH that thom) who toll not do not  !������*qw, will t'mri in l������r, ThomuN' Kcleatrlc  Oil an dxcellont frlond ami bouofautor in  evory tlmo of ihtiI  GIrjsh hottHOH of a vory subntantial  Ual kind etiu now bo built. BileHlan  glow niivkorN nro turning out glntm  bricka for all aorta of building pur-  poxtca.  SF*x^mrVmaamwtm\taa  mewwrn-ttaawmmf  For hard colds, bronchitis,  asthma, and coughs of sli  kinds, you cannot tako anything better than Ayer's  Cherry  Pectoral  Cherry Pectoral, Aik yout  owa doctor lf this J* not *t\.  He uiei it, He understands  why ft soothes and heals.  , for ffijjBi  j*  ^;*  Coughs, Colds  tST  IN. wit ������f iS^tTSSTaf fecitimf������  MAEKET EEVIEW  (Compiled from Tho Commercial).  Trade in the wheat markets during  tit-������ past week has shown itself tentative in character. . Then; has beon  ! a certain amount of activity at  j times in tho American speculative  markets, and then again. a.bsolute  du!lnes.s,_ as if things had come to  the point when an aggressive leader  might carry prices up or down. Such  loader haa not shown himself pronouncedly, although the namo of Armour & Co., , has begun to appear  quite prominently in the market gossip, ami that house i.s credited with  having accumulated a largo amount  of May wheat, and to some extent  they seem to havo tho market practically under control. Outside of  this the leading feature of the week's  tra<rir>g in the American markets is  the a'dvanoo of tho May delivery over  thc December. The ge.ieral situation  is still one of strength in the American domestic market, and easiness  and - indifference in the European  trade, consequent on plentiful supplies from other countries to ivuropc  and the prospect of the supply being  continued from the crops now hur-  vostiag in the southern hemisphere.  The American markets had a moderately sharp upturn at    the close    of  DROVE AWAV  BOTH DISEASES  Geo. Robertson Cured  His Kidneys by Using Dodd's  Kidney  Pills  Aiid His Klieuumtlsm and Dropsy De.  parted N������v������r to Ktturn���������no Alalccs a  Statement,  Montreal, Quo., Nov. 30.���������(Special)  ���������Thc illness and cure of Mr. George  Robertson, of 39 Antoine St., this  city, Ls further convincing proof that  Rheumatism and Dropsy are both  the results of Diseased Kidneys. Mr.  Jiobertsoti had Dropsy and Rheumatism for five yoars. Ho cured his  Kidneys by using Dodd's Kidney  nils and both diseases departed for  good. Speaking of his case Mr.Robertson says.:  "I had been troubled with Dropsy  and Rheumatism for five years. I am  now well and it is all owing to  Dodd's Kidney Pills. Before 1 startr  ed using them I could hardly put my  feet to tho floor they were swollen so  much from Dropsy. My arms used  to swell at times so that I could not  put my coat on.  "A friend advised mo to uso Dodd's  Kidney Pills ouering to pay for them  if they did not help me.   Before I had  Lra������mesS-yeaterday^-and.4ho=oh^^^  prices in these markets on the week  shows December -delivery to be practically unchanged and May delivery  about unchanged to }c h'gher. Tho  movement of wheat in the United  States has been decidedly less in  quantity than for Uio same week a  yoar n-go, and export is also less but  the oct'vity of inland movement and  milling trado i.s larger. Tho growing  winter wheat crop in tho States iH  hi excellent condition and has fully  maintained its- standing during the.  week, llie harvest in the Argiutlno  iu progressing rapidly. There havo  h.ex reports of rains Impeding har-  mrtu in that country during the  not consider thl.s much detriment' at  tti0 present stage, and tho rain is  very bcnotlolal to their corn, All  cropa promiso very abundnntly this  your in tho Argeatino. Tho Australian harvest is ftlso 'in program nnd  thero tho outlook is for tho largest  yield on record. The pniyioua livrg-  ious yield was in 1900, from which  wn������ imported 2.1,000,000 bushels, The  crop prospect in India also continues  very favorable, tho now crops having  htvd an uxeollont .start. From !2u-  i:ope there is nothing upecUii ��������� during  tho week an to crops.  Manitoba wheat hnn been quiet all  weak nnd the demand quite moderate.  Tho approaching clo:o of navigation  affectst tho trado. Vohk������1 owneni are  nuking highur rut en hhu then.1 is uncertain'v about gett'ug itmre vos*,tls  than aro already chartered, Shippers  are woll supplied with wheat, for nil  tmgagemotitH entered Into, and unless  more ww-ls are nMuinod lhe doiriund  for wheat at cuitchI. pricen will not  revive and trado will come right  down to Dccomhov delivery t^asin. On  I'Vldny prices wero nonilnnl itt ?82c  1 northern, 77Jc 5 northern, 72Ic 3  lorthcm, ������pot; nnd for Dea-mber do-  livery 1 northern 77J0, 3 northevn  74it', 3 northern 70Je. No, 4 wne.K,  Ciijc, tend wheat 50c, lend No, ;v<|;x\  all in nkiro Fort William nnd Port  Arthur,  mxmvm   ,joi.������ihno iwokr,  T%������ following are Uio Winnipeg  l������frVi>j;  pciow >���������  riouf-O^lvVj'B Itunrvarinn patent,  W.Jji per mtk of 9M pnund������; oUior  fTMfoa ft*wjmHngly,  On,U>���������Wo. 3 whito, vc, in car-lot*:  38 to 99 txmb* tor food grndoa; at  eoomtitry poiatH termorH nro rocoivlng  ��������������������� emtm mrboabol.  fWkp-Malting grade*, v> to 37c:  *o to xsia,  FUwMwrf���������8oc por l������n������hol for Umu-  ar*' io*d������ nt toontiy pointv.  SpeKii���������35c per btiohfl).  Hay���������Balod, $6 to $9 por ton  limiicf���������CivtiAumj, -ijv i<ci ^uu.iJ.  4������������ry, beat in tsrlcku, 3110; tubu, it*r,  hrtiltxwry grndtm, ia to 14c.  Ohcww  13^0 por pound.  Poultry���������<Jhiekorw, ducks aod tpKAe,  we ]Nir pound; turkoys; 15 to 13c.  Potatoui 4* to 50 0011U nor bus.  UVE STOOK,  CottJi*���������Butohrrs' pntUe  ear pouam,  xmtsxrfs   %i to 40 per pound;  js par pound.  Hog^-Obolcfl weifht*. *& por D),  improvement. I took seven boxes in  all and I don't knOw what it ia to be  sick since."  Tho dog grows for two years, and  livos for ton or twelve. The cai  grows ouly for about elRhteon  months and m������y also live for ton  years, in very oxcop-tlonal cases for  twi������e as long.  to *?c.  lambs,  Don't Snuffel!  You mnko poople slok-you keop your������tH  sink, Soouro relief In 10 minutes  from flolds,Caturrli,Hcadacho  or Influonza.  Ouro that cold, ymi can fait if you oxer-  o'ao common sen������o and usb only Dr. Aguow's  Oatarihul Powdor. It relievos eold������ and  Ottiarrh nnd cures hoiidacho in a few mo  raonlB. Itov. L, MoPhotsou, bufl'nlo, N. Y.,  ������ay������ : "Dr, Abhow'p Oiluirrhal Powder ro-  llevcd mo m 10 mlnutos and la a blessing to  mankind. 12 ���������  ��������� Hv>mo mon think it i.s up tc thom  to go j������.Uttlo .slow in 'ord'oi' to, keep  from getting    too far iiheud   of the  tiniwi. ������������������     ..     ���������  W> NOT DWIiAY���������Whon. throtioh tlcbll-  ItatiM) (lltr(>Htlvii orvaiiH.' nolHou ftmiw Its  wny Into Um hlood, Uu< prime condition',-  tion Is to wet tlio I'oIhou out kh ru������;lfll.v  nnd u& Mii>ri>iiirt>!y uti noHslblo, iJoUiy.  may ineaii cliWi..ster, J'an������olo������������'n Vege-  tahle l'ills will ho found 11 mom vulunhlc  ii.nii ofl'i'cilvi* liiwllolne to iiHiuiil tho in  Irudwr' wltli. Th������>y novor full, They ������ro  in once tn tho neat of im> t,roul<lu mul  work 11 nerimuiont run'.  Iiovo   enn   noUhor  ).m bought  nor  Mold, bur It run hn wchnngml.  ffiflard's liflimeot Cures Distemper.  Tbo art of lamping tho mouth Hhut  abould bo tuught in every tich������ol.  VHRVKNT;l>lHOUPWK,-At. the tlrflt  minpUMu of inliM'itu) illHorrtor, I'nrnmU^'it  vrirctahli* 1'IIIh iibouhl he ii>������.oni������il to (in-  nvxJiuteljr. Two or Miren of Humn hiiIii-  uny pi'lVitH, taken buforn lmiIiik to hed  loitowi'il tiy doom* ot unu or two plllii fin  two or throo nlffhtw lu wiicwwhIiiii, will  ttwro tin 11 iii'tvnntivo of uttivekH ef d.vii  iwjjwtii and all tho ilMromfortN which follow in Uiu tiuin of vhut n-ll illwuiliir  TV.:) nimwM nro nl������ok> when iho may In  lij>owq,  Or.ly tho mnn who mutant hinds women ortinlts thnt ho fkiaan't.  Somo Hyu mon romhid us ol dead  WtlO   tlllgXtt   lu  gut   OUI 11.14  The Mtiafcction of having the  wishing dono enriy ia the day,  tad well don*, btJongi to tvtry  umt of SuoBght 8910, m  Unshrinkable H.B.K. Underwear  Made from tHe best sidewool in the fleece���������elastic ribbed knit���������soaped to fit body���������-absolutely non-shrinkable  ���������wool treated by H.B.K. exclusive process to make it  so���������every particle of oil, grease, slivers, etc., removed  by the H.B.K. patent cleaning process���������tough wear,  light, fleecy, all wool, clean, pure, luxurious underwear,  ai1^ absolutely non-shrinkable, emphasize non-shrinkable  Sold by dealers everywhere.  Only genuine witb this brana.  Tough  A pinto bronco is tough  from the end of his nose  to the tip of his tail  And the toughest^part  of him is  ther light,  muscular hide that  covers his back and hips.  From tbat part of his hide  the famous " Pinto " Shell  Cordovan leather is made for H.B.K.  mitts and gloves.   Scorch, boil, wind,  rain, cold proof.  Genuine only with  this brand: ���������  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.  Write for M Strayed," the fuanlest bronco story ever written.���������PR5S  Hudson Bay Knitting' Co.  MONTREAL. WINNIPEG.  XfriCoffo of 'SJ'Mm WaBTiibSw for &v������r?body.   -  When You Consider Christmas Gifts  Ooneidtr the convenience and ttuunomy of ordering; from na by  mall. Onr now Illustrated Catalogue and Price List Mailed Free  on application, ItVeiwy with It-aid to make gifts appropriate to the  drounuitnncos In Watches, Jowolry or Silverware, Wo quote a few of  our unparalleled vulueu, aa catalogued :  7088 Pearl Sunburst,        ...        . . . $5.00  7176 Fine Diamond, Solitaire Ring, ���������        ���������        ��������� ��������� ��������� 5.00  4457 lady's dolrf Pilled Lorgnetle Chain, ���������        ��������� ��������� ��������� 5.00 4  4U7 flentlcman's Gold Filled Watch Chain,        ��������� ��������� ��������� 4.50  4514 Heavy Clin sed Solid Oo Id Cuf I Links,          ��������� ��������� ��������� 4.00  4286 Pine Walrus Chatelolne Dag, French Grey Silver Mooallog, 2.76  320S Ocntlcinan'a Military Hair Hrusli. Real Ebony, - ��������� 1.50  4954 Lady's Bonnet Duster, Sterling Silver nnndle, ��������� ��������� 75  6076 Rabbit's Poot Charm, Sterling Silver Head, ��������� ��������� 40  Our OntHJoauo will plawo you-lt contnlns tnlne* thai ennnot bo  duplicated oleowhero in Cimadn, Sond your name and addrow on a  pest card, It Is sent free.  AMBROSEKENT&SONSr"  YmairMI������^mS'aaa  I  ,ffimm\\lS^Sri!S^  BOECKH'S Sr  Take the  Backache out of  Gleaning.  Thoy nro absolutely tho best bruahw money can tny���������tho boat  mado-AiackH do not warp off���������l*rl������tl������i do not fall out of Uocckh'a  Scrubbing Drushi'*.  Your procor soUa them.  None Genuine Without Name "Boeckh" on back of Brush,  Somo   rnlt������   work both ways and  aomo otlw* won't work eitlue way.  \^, I*. 14. N0.4R7 I38UED EVBRY TUESDAY.  uacription $2.oo a year,  m% 38. Hndec5on, Suitor.  /ST Advertisers who want tbeir ad  changed, should get copy la by  0 a.m. <$&Y beforo issua. >  Tbe Editor will not be responsible for tha  views, aeutiments, or any errors of composition of letter correspondents.  Job Work Strictly C. 0. D.  Transient Ads Oash in Advance.  Railways.  The periodical talk of the Grand  Trunk Pacific scheme, and the extension of the Island railway, has  lately revived. It may be all pol-  iiical jangle, for the people of  Northern B.C. coast districts have  beard the heart warming spiel so  often and so long, that any railway  mention is looked at very much  askance. Still, these schemes n.iust  one day become a reality. The  natural expansion or population  will cause money to be expended in  these roads, and tbey will extend,  through not what was at one time  popularly supposed to be stretches  of wild barren country, bultlnough  areas of some of tho best grain pro  ducing and stock raking lands in  the wide Dominion. Who, a few  .years ago, would have been believed  had he stated that garden truck  vegetables unsurpassed the world  oyer, could hnve been produced in  the frigid Yukon country? .Yet  ���������this^is-an-aeeoniplished-fact-!���������Erast-*-  ward and southward from Dawron,  lie the grand fertile plains v.nd  rolling country of the Peace River,  and 60uth from that again, stretches  mile after mile of bunch grass  country, the soil the most productive to be found the world over,  right down to where the Chilcoten  country ends up against the coast  range, opposite Bute Inlet,  Few and scattered as yet', are the  Bet tiers in this immense area. The  new Transcontinental must traverse  this belt in some part. It matters  little where','for settlers will then  pour in and fill tho new country;  The terminus is also problematic.  Most people turn their eyes to Fort  Simpson, whioh may or may not be  tho terminus, for thero aro othor  places suitable, and speculation at  tho proflont time would bu idle.  That the Vancouver Island people  should agitate lor the extension,  and if possible, the connection of a  railway with the Mainland, gee*  without saying, Thero is room for  many eottlors along tho lino of  railway from Wellington to the  north end, and a road ox tendon  there would change tho country in  a short time from wild now to one  oi busy, thriving HeUJewont.  MARHIAOM.  **W wm*  On Wednesday ovetmig Rov. Mr  M teener milted in thc hnly boiuhi of  rcvtr'n'iC>i������y .un T. 4������������.wucU uim  Mrs darnh Whyte. Tho oeromnny  was quietly performed nt tho rr-fi-  donco of the bride, who wa������ attend-  od by Ur uuu Auh j, is. AloLwan,  and the members of the Pea-nut  Club, of which Mr Bennett in nn  honored'memftdr, Tlio brido wuh  charmingly ulan-d ii, j oarl p,ioy  poplin, t.H������TPrd .with whitn I ffctu  Bilk. Aftor tho ceremony rt reoep.  tion wns held, both tho principals  receiving the congratulations of a  lar^e circle of friends. About forty  guests were entertained at a sumptuous supper, after which dancing  was indulged in. A handsome array  of presents attests in a measure the  high esteem ir. which Mr. and Mrs.  Bennett are held. Among -tho.se  might he mentioned���������a handsome  silver tea and coffee service from the  Pea Nut Club; Silver pudding dish,  - Mrs. McKnight; Silver mounted carvers, Mayor and Mrs. Short; Carving set,-Mr������. Chas. Whyte; Silver  fruit dish, Mrs. D, Stevenson;  Silver pie knife, Mrs. Geo, Robert-  eon; Counterpane and spoons, Mr?.  D. Walker; Silver knives and forks  Mr.and Mrs. JB. McLean; Silver  fruit spoon, Mr. Magnone; Silver  pickle jar, Mr, and Mrs. T. Whyte;  Table,linen and spoons, Mrs. R.  Robertson; Handsome turkey rug,  Mr. and Mrs. Alex: Walker; Silver  Sugar bowl, Mr. M. Morgan; Fruit  dish and nappies, Miss. L. McNeil;  Handsome embroidered cushion,  Mrs, Kesley; Table linen, Mrs.  Meilado and Mrs, McNeil ; Silver  pie knife, Mrs. Geo.-Robinson; The,  Cake, a present from Mr Bennett's  brother in Nanaimo, was a triumph  of art, and was cut with the usual  ceremony. ������  Though the wedding ceremony  was itself strictly private, the Honourable body of Peanut Clubbers  were among those who ranked as  intimates, and those who could, repaired to the house at the appointed  time under the leadership of President Clinton, and escorted the Rev.  Mr Misener to the scene of his  duties. At the supper la ter ��������� the  members of the club were seated together at one end   of   the bible.  where a white satin ribbon with the  motto���������" Success to the- Peanut  Club,"' was' sketched between two  small evergreens, hung with small  packets of peanuts tied with ribbon  bowa. The Club were in full regalia���������a" peanut suspended from the  left lapel, tied wi'.h tri-colored ribbon. The President made a short,  speech in congratulation, andpoint-  ed out the important part the Club  had played in bringing about the  union.  Excessive muscular development  is pronounced by an experienced  physician to bo not only unnecessary but positively dangerous. On  ceasing athletic training, which  every person muet do ho nor or  later, the system adapts itself very  slowly to new condition?, (tnd digea-  tivo and liver troubles are very  liable to follow. The grwit lunpa,  not needed in sedentary work, degenerate, often leading to consumption,        2   Yen oar. get Pit Boots, Overalls,  Pit Caps, (feo., at rock bottom prices  at the Corner Storo.  mnrnvrmimtty^v^wivrmimmftiim  DANCING CLASS.  Mr. T. L, Dnvios will start a  dime/in," ehwi to-morrow evening  (Wudnofdiiy) for ad tilts arid on Saturday afternoon next, for children-  After thit* weak, tho ni^ht for ndullfl  will bo ehnngod, of which due notice will bo given, The elates will bo  held in thn Cumbcrhwl Hull.  THE    CASH  Air   Dry������  .System.,  Our facilities for Storing Perishable Articles are now  complete Eggs, Butter, Game, Fowl and Meats* of  kinds' Stored at Reasonable  Bates *  Now' Open   for   Business.  a.zu ll.mn e:  ,    OK.EASTERN AND '3.0.  FURNITURE,  MATTRESSES of all kinds,  LINOLEUMS,  OILCLOTHS,  CHINA MATTING,  ���������COTS, CRADLES,  BUGGIES and GO-CARTS.  All  kinds  of  ffurnituro   llopnircd.  Second-hand Furniture Bought   and Sold   A. Nickerson  REWARD will be paid for information leading to the oon-  "viction of persons appropriating or .destroying our Boor K������ga  iim���������wiyaunn���������wwwrr-wr  '.U$I.ON BREWING CO., Ltd.  Phone   37,  DTTNSBXUIB STUEE'E  P. 0, Drawer .46  {ftnrnxmxnm'mtmiimUnv^  1 -     '     -.    , .  "VSS  9  Dunsmuir Avu ,  Cu.U)1!W(..a:-ih,  IWW������"liWil W������liliiWIM*������H  STRAYED, ������n Piwy'r P.anch,  Ilolfor, about 2 years old (..blU) -  Owner can hnvo samo by proving  property and paying exponas. Apply, John Pieiwy, Courtenay.  -ii w*im<.tm.mwi'**mtjr.>-.iHxiri*ir������i-.������������������!>,%������������������,���������*ut%wmt*$,*it*m  I will give to any bride or groom  C&tling married in February, March  er April, a piece of furniture of  i heir own rhniee eipvl in v/ilue to  \v'X per cent. <>f the order placed  wi'h me tor houpe furniture.���������A.  Nickoruon, The Cub1i Furnituto  St.ro,  TENDERS,  For the pimihaae of the Lof.t) belonging to the H.C. Lue.^ obtate,  will be received by the undo/ signed  until Saturday, January'2!h'd i'i'<t.  Highest or any louder not. iieeeo  sarily accepted.  H. P. Cou.18,  Cuinbet'Jand,  All Aceountti cine me mmit bo  wid on or before Thursday. liVbrn-  nrv "ith- norm, c" *brty "t\\\ th������-������ !-���������*  placed iu cutift hi uuiav.liiiu,  T. D. McLifiAN,  February 1st, 1JKM.  mrsKm.  Tlto buniiw������H heretofore curried  ou in Union under the firm naa.v,  of Lai  Yuen,   will   bo in   future  known as Lui Yue/i & Co.  i    . ��������� i t   ,   if*  WAV llUUli aUti.  -I'.UU LUI.  Cumbcjl.nd, f,   ^,190-1.  OF   LOCAL   IlSTTEIRiHIST  Hogativo Platen, and Filmo Developed,  ' r'  FJaoto   Printing dona  on  XJoveloivntf   and  P. 0, Papons.  Photo Supplies* of all kinds,  tfW ## ** **  0ST Uae of Dark Room for Amateurs  NEWS! PUBLISHING CO.  ������.^lWlMl^w������������J>w^������'^*'������M^���������'"^'l''*'ll'll*'l'l^l'^,l^l',,'l'l'|l,''l'  j Photographs'  ������������������wu n*x-r*wf-.'*.t',sttfix'  ���������1i������Wirr������J������������B**,W������Vt''*,������iJT������rV*rll������'  WMNNI IWaWWBMWI  %\ *  ...G1TY MEAT MARKET...  Tt������'T!ll{ PUI'.UC,  \i'y��������� :.���������>���������)������������������ o[.i-\\i.i\ ... Fifili *nd At out. M:irfe������fc nnd k������������ip only thu  h-'nti' ui Jlu'-is iu .'itook. Wu ufiii u;4i������i>iy Buoi' by tlio  Cunitoi' at. Hutu, und wn iIo������i>o all lleurdinu Jb?u������o������ and  ll.i.,,,1',   nt.   vtoll jxn   privaffl   homo*   to  ohmotft   our prioan.  JJlJiS.*.*! Dili   A V W,(  CU '.inEltUND.  McKAY BROS.

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