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 ������w&  TENTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,  :. ft^asasEKsiFgsg  r.  1TOTIOE  /'   At a meeting of the Directors of Simon Leiser & Co.,  Etd., at their Head Office, Victoria, B.C., on the 15th  inst.", it was decided that t������v������:Cumberland Branch, cim-  /���������monly known as the BIG STORE, should on and after  ''the First ,pf-January, 1904, be conducted as a  C f  M"  CiASH    BUSINESS.  and tbat the outstanding Accounts should be collected.  Therefore, those persons who are indebted to the firm.  of Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd., are requested to call at their  Office at the Big Stor6, <find. make satisfactory arrangements for the payment of such indebtedness.  Simon Leiser & Co., Lid.  NEW COUNCIL.  ���������T be nTrrii naTinh ��������������� yesterday resh It-  ed in the return by acclamation  for the following:���������  Mayor���������R. Short.  OounciJlors-rT. Bate, Nv mc-  Fadyeo���������North Ward.  D. Daniels, R. S. Robertson-  Middle Ward.  T. H. Carey, A. H. Peacey���������  ���������School Trustees. ;'  Messrs R. Grant,' T. Whyto and  W. Wiilard run for South Ward  in Council. Polling takes place on  Thursday for this ward.  Telegraphic News  Str.  i i  ~j*Krw*.-.***~i?tamv'.'3cm  1  #������������������-.--,  %  ,\  Niehoiles-4-Renou|,Ld.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. C.  JUBt received large shipment of  ieon j&gkhi. ������^- -���������.  4>  A*.  CULTIVATORS,  SEED DRILLS,'  WHEEL HOES, Etc.  VERY LATEST IMFBOVBMENTS,  Call and seo them or write tor oatalogi^eu aod prices.  Telephone 83. Sole Agents for B.O. P.O. Drawer. 663  1%  ���������*>i"i.������',i  V  r   i  i  'IMtl**vSM<**Mtt|S '  W  WHAT YOU MAY WISH TO CHOOSE  FOR THE HOLIDAYS   .,   .,   .,  OUR NEW  CATALOGUE  Will give you more ideas and suggestions than  a week of shopping could, and at your own  fireside    ....      ..      ..      .,      ..      ,,  1568   ILLUSTRATIONS  Printed on Fine Tone Pnper and fully described  ixm\ priced!      SuuKOStiims how to furnish every  _,room in tbe bouse���������all free for the asking.  WEILER BROS.  I  Victoria, B.C.  HIGH-CLASS FURNISHINGS.  f  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  y  CHOICEST MEATS  YVXT   TN   MTOr.K  AT I'HB fr'OU.i/.VJNO I'lilCM;���������  Mm, Vet* Qu������tw 8|, pe' lb  BKKtf, lilm) Quattor  10j   p������r lb  3II0UIVW! KITiKs I'Vnnlii  koump htisajw, ...  u������.'i������ u������  BIHILOW HTK/Uv W������. ��������������������� ������>  HOUiINU I1WKP t������n. ������t<! 10.1. pu lb  MUJTOK,. VKAL and POUK-ftt rqu  . low mi* *.  Your jiatMnnga ia e<ird'nil< tnvitnl, *nd  *'t orJur������ mftf ���������>������ |trn������������[Jl    .ti'1iv������rni1.  J. McPheoi Son  fttWiabTCM.  NOTICE,  I bog to inform tho publio that  on and after January Ut, 1001, my  business will bt) strictly wish, by so  doing I can give my PatrouH bettor  i   it .t .������������������ it ,.  ������},***������>*.* WW V.J.  z ii. cMiin, Tjtii.:.-.  mmtmmmmmmmmtmiimwiMmrutmimmtmmmmtwmmmmmmmr^*-.  ITOTtOK.  Thn firm of Qnonp me Long,  Merchant?,doing business in Uniun  b a v,e disponed of thoir Union branch  USui Keo, who wilf in (uture son-  duet the bwdiietw under tlio firm  name of "Quor.;; tr." F.ong -^uf  Kde." Tho pawning������ no liberally  ixfwM on during tbe pari o\g\p  yearn is *������ lid ted for the new firm.  QUONO MK LONG.  Utilo,., B.C., Jany. Jut, 1U04.  HOSPITAL    MEETING.  The regular meeting of the U;&  C  Hospital Board took place un  President Abrams' office last Saturday evening.   Present,   President-'  Abrams  Messrs  Dr.  Gillespie, ,R.'  Short, J. L. Roe, G. Stevens, L, A,  Mounce ;ind W.  B.' Anderson Dir-.  eciors: L. W. Hall Sec'ty. Minuics  of last meeting were read and a-^  dopied.  Communications, f  From McKay Bros.' asking for  the privilege of supplying meat to  the Hospital on alternate months.  Following the course pursued with  the grocers, a motion was made and  adopted that this be done for the  present.  Accounts:���������  F.Z. Williams, hauling coal, $11.25;  D. Kilpatrick, hauling, (2 years),  $36.25^8. Jj^Piercjy, milk, $5. 40  J". McPhe^"nieatT?5r52~B7TTieiBer  & Co. groceries $42 53  Matron's  report. ��������� Number   of  . days attendance���������264    White patients 146; Asiatic 118.*   :'*   -  Number of patients ���������-YJL.     Whites  6; Asiatic 6;    The Matron also reported ihat bath and wash  tuns  were urgently needed and that e'er*  tain outhouses were in need of immediate repair. A coiumitee was appointed to see into lhe matterB spoken of, and have them attended io.  A committee from tho Medical Board, consisting of Messrs McKnight,  Clinton, llipley, Magnone and 'Kes-  ley, hero entered and informed the  Board tbat they had been instructed  by their Board to state   that   it  was the intention of the Med. Board  to furnish and maiutain the new.  ward (10 ue'dti) and tha operating  room whioh would mean an outlay  of at least $700, and that in return  it was desired that tho Hospital  Board would eot the wurd apart for  the exclusive use of the white employees of tho Colliery Co.,  and  suggested that it be  named the  '���������Alexandra Ward,"  In answer to a question, tho  Board was informed that in tho  i'event of the other whito ward being overcrowded at any time, no  objection would be raised to accommodating u patient, providing there  was room in tho now ward. Tbe  delegation then -withdrew, and  after a abort discussion in which it  was seon that much advantage to  tho fidttpiinl would result from tiie  arrangement, tiie operating room  alone being an immense boou, it  waa unanimously resolved lo ncoopi  i,Hh offer, and the seoroUry was in -  "trfwwrl"*t,r������ inform the Medical  Board ol this decision.  The sum,of $5(������ wan handed into  thn treasurer1* bands, being pro*  Clallam"  Founders;  25  LIVES   LOST. ���������  Pt. Townsend, Jan. 9���������Fears are  felt for'safety of Seattle-Victoria  steamer "Clallam" wbich is reported to i-e helplessly adrift of Discovery Island with forty gpassengers  aboard. Several tugB have gone to  assist her. A, heavy storm is prevailing. ,  Victoria, Jan 9���������Str. "Clallam"  of   Puget Sound Navigation Coy.,  Capt. Roberts, sank while in tow of  tug Holyoke,.in last night's storm,  near Sraiih's   Island. ���������" 25 of ber  passengers and crew were drowned.  31 were saved.     All women and  children were lost  when she was  off   Discovery   Island    with   her  machinery disabled.    An attempt  was-made to save the women.   The  boats wer8 lowered, and all women  and children placed in them.    A-  mong them being Mrs Gallatley  and daughter, wife of the manager of the Bank of Montreal of this  city,   Boats immediately capsized  and all were drowned.    Tug Holy-  oke from Pt Townsend got hawser  attached   and   began   toning   the  ���������cClalhm.     On account of storni it  was impossible to let the lug know  that vessel was.foundering.    Tug  Sea-Lion���������came-up-about__midnight  and made known the fact.   Holyoke  cui hawser and assistod Sea Lion  in saving passengers.   Clallam was  then let adrift-and went on Smith's  Island where sho went  to pieces.  Thft  MAGNET  CASH STOUE.  Prizes  GIVEN    AWAY  Every 25c. purchase in my Store  entitles you to one guess as to���������  How many Beans there are in the  bucket that is in my winddw.     . .  >>na������aMVMMaMMMHMI  1���������Handsome Meat Plotter audf Vegetable Dish, valuo... .', $2 55-  2���������Doz.  Cups and Saucers, Croam  Jug aud Sugar Basin, valup,.,   2 25  3���������Ha-r   Brush,    Comb,    an4   PU������  Cushion, value-.......j;.,...   2 25 "  4���������Box Toilet So%, Broom Ay Waah  Bsard, vulue      2 25  5���������Box Cigars, value    2 60  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. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE.,        CumberUaft  THE   LODGES.  I kil ikU' ������/l  l/HU StXBIi  Uv<H"ti  voto of tbaukti wuh tunderod to  tborie who as-Kibtoil in getting up tho  oniortaiiiTijftnt, and* the meeting  adjourned. *  Have yi>n mexx our short Krwct  Form C������r.������dn ul fifty cents. The  same quality in tiHiinUy sold at  nearly twico \hv |������ncu.���������Sitttiiey II.  UtggH.  Tokio, Jany. 7���������Government is  silent concerning terms of Russian  rejoinder. High authority here says  that reply is very unsatisfactory to  Japan, especially in its features  bearing upon question of Korea.  He said the Russian Government  in ita communication expresses desire for peaceful settlement of  matter in dispute.  Sidney, N.S.W., Jany, 7���������Forty-  three p-rsons have been killed or  iifjured by the explosion of boilers  oi British cruiser Wallaroo.  Washington; Jany 7th���������United  States Minister Allen, at Seoul, bas  cabled Stale Department under today's dato, thai Russian troops who  wero landed at Chemulpo were re-  fused transportation to Seoul over  Japanese railway, and have ranched  tba Capitol by marching overland  into Korean   Capitol.  Vancouver, Jany, 8���������McMillan  throw Davies twice iii wrestling  nutelv Inst night, but the latter  Hoourod tbo third fall in 20 minutes  winning the decision. Tho' tortus  were that McMillan was to throw  Duvies three times in 00 minute*or  loso. Davieu Htcured a fill from  McMillan thereby winning the  contest.  Yauiashi, Uie Jap who Urcu a  knife with almost fatal results on u  countryman, in Vancouver en  Olnibtnuui night, wus Honiuucoed to  livo years to-day.  i Ladysmith, Jany. dwi-ti'oiei^u  emil *hi|.im������ntg for Decern onr, il,-  511 tons,  Lndyflmith, J������ny"8���������A determin-  ��������� eo ai.Vi:iHpt o,������ .,:%',S.\: vt ouido  lust night by a laborer, D. Fer^unon,  at Ladysmith. Failing in attempt  to cut.throat with razor near smeller, ho laid down on tlu������ truck in  front of incoming worl< train,, but  ur,cap<;d with i!lh:hi inji������ri������*H. He  waa taken to the hospital at Che-  uiuiuus.  (Continued un last p.t^e  The following  are   the officer* .  elected for the ensuing term of the  various Lodges.,��������� Continued from.  lastVeekr���������V .'.*' '������������������  Mount Horeb, L.O.L.���������G D Mo*  Millan, WM; Wm Reid, EM; D K  McDonald, Chap; JN McLeod; R  S; A Armstrong, FS; P Stoddart^  Treas; Wm McClellan, DC; G A A  Robinson, LL. Committee���������John  Thomson, J N McLeod, JX^illespie^  D R McDonald, R Grant,  Riverview Lodge, L.T.B., No. 166  ���������J Crocket, W M; sister M Piercy,  DM; sister B McPhee, RS; H Mo-  Phee, FS; Clark, Treas; B King,  Chap; sister A Perkeley, DtJ; Car-  awitthan, Con; sipter Andrews, IT;  Palmer, OT; CommitteeL-Sister F  Patmore, bister Paltuer, bro. Ma-  ohim, bro Reese,|bro. Surgeoner,  True Defei der Lodge, L.T.B., No.  160���������J N McLeod, DDGM; Alex  Soinervillo, WM; sister Mrs Tholi  Whyte, DM; T Whyte, RS; Geo  McMillan, FS; sister MrsT Ripley,  Treas; sister C McDonald, Chap;  sister L McNeill, DC; T Ripley, V*.  A McNeill, IT; Uobt Gibson, OT.  Comn������itteo--Sisters L McNeill, D R  McDonald and N riomerville, and  bros. J N MoLeod and T Wbyte.  Royal Black Prooeptory���������John JT  Doharty, WP; J Gillesjjie, DP; G  McMillan, OP; J N MoLeod, R o! P;  (J Robin-on, L of P; A ArniHttong,  ?\t\ S Calhoun, 8L; D MoDonald,  FO; R England, SO; H McQuillan,  FSB; Win McLidhu., SSB.  Cumberland Grove. No, 9l*U A.O,  D.-F Dirkw, J PA; If, A^ml VA;  G Manincoir, VA; J Crosett, Secy;  J Tobacco, Trims; L AHftw, Con;  ], Mnnir.eoir, IG; L Tapella, OG.  I.O.O.F A Gray, NG; R Mc-  Knight, NG; FA Anley, secy.; 0  Whyto, liens.; JKad, W; DR McDonald, Con,; Tt Hornal, \Q, T  Whyto, UbiMtj; ii U**n������rd, I.SVG.  f."Sff .m n*������iwww  A violent souih-eatt gait broko  here about 10 a.m. Saturday, and  niflwl steadily all day with henvy  enow. Unless quito local, thoro  will bavo buen danger to shipping  on the coaut, aud mm of tbe kind  U expected. COTTAGE FURNISHING.  ^Htst*    Abont    Celling-*.    Wnll������    an*  Some Bitn  or Furniture.  For homelike furnishingsi the sittlni  'Tooa in a cottage 1ms a particular  ���������^KlaptabilUy,' Economy, the foundation  ctetnect that tnaHes the houso a cot-  'tage and not a mansion, is often tht  \Sactor that achieves tliia quality.  The size of the room and tho 'hcighl  of the-celling also insure a degree of  ���������cozlncss-that is not attainable as a  i&cu&r&l thing iu more pretentious  ���������J'.oijses. An cottage walls are usuallj  from eight io nitiL' feet in height, tin  rji&jHJc should run without Interruption  i'roiii Uie floor to the ceiling. A frie/.������  >r border Is, of course, unnecessary,  At the joining of the side wall and  JlN INEXPENSIVE- TABLE.  'ceiling a finish may bo given by a  '.gri&io. molding of wood like the woodwork.  ">������h<5 general rule, for treating the.  veiling of a cottage is with a water  color tint (caicimine) of cream white.   EC-tke-:ceiling is defaced and a paper  mxsst be adopted let it be a plain cream  xvMte, (aid on without lapping the  ���������������cam3. Sometimes a figured paper  foots well on the ceiling, but great car������  ���������should be taken in its selection.  Ia. a room that is put to such gen-  '������rai use as a sitting room tbe paper  for the side wall should be chosen for  Its really livable quality. In a sunny  exposure it should be soft and, quiet  ���������wad. la darker places warm and cheerful. Stripes that show a decided contrast become tiresome to the eye, but  ���������a strli>e that is subordinate to a good  ���������design���������that Is, a stripe printed under  ihe design���������adds dignity to the walls.  C<wafortabIo cliaii's are nn important  part of the sitting room furnishings,  ���������find as these are never to be bought  "extol.cheap" tliey are bettor accumu*  4E������.t������l:fllo\viy and satisfactorily.  Tiro email square table illustrated Is  .  ���������* ������imj������fe,cpnstTiietion-"d08lgne<l and ex-  ecratixt by iuiisporleiicod hoijie talent. A  tKifti-d of wh'ltoWood wns cut Into threo  '. leirgttr* and fitted tQ tlio .four logs and  ..������..jyniaa fitaln applied as a finish, nmk-  , 'in?; a.really plmwiiiig addition'to the  ' '���������'isSWUig roonvfuniUirro at nn Incredibly  :maM xwofc   If ���������Htnin ,is to bo, put on'a.  v;4at������J������of this kind whltewood should bo  ' '^*vl. Instead ofplne. ' "  ���������"- -'J:Cbikty <tv mahogany Blain will near-  ,, >Iy xsaitfix inaliogany furniture,,and iniy  ,H)f fjiiigvemx Btalus will iiiii-'m������iiW6,\vIth  '"' Soak"fiiVnltiiril.-noNlKuer.' ,''''  '  A faultless fifV  for every flgurei  Slaofleld^  shrihkable-  No matter what shape a man  may be, normal, too stout or too  thin���������too tall or too short���������there's  a perfect fit for him in Stanfield's.  It's made for men of every size  and weight���������made to fit the un-:  usual figures, as well as the aver-,  age man.  And Stanficld'5 Underwear holds  its shape. Every garment tested  a!nd unconditionally, guaranteed to  be absolutely unshrinkable.  All good dealers sell Stanfields.  When a girl is being taken to  Europe to make her forget someJbody  her family doesn't want her to marry  it is just when she has decided she  could never notice any other man.  even if she remained sr'nglo all her  life, that she begins to wonder why  some chap is looking at her in" such  an interesting way.  A CURE FOR RHEUMATISM  Girdles, Belts nnd Deads.  Girdles, belts and sashes claim their  share of importance among minor dress]  items, says the Designer. There are  the wide crush girdles of silk, with im-  menso buckles of Parisian stamp and  belts of fancy leather in all colors. Patent leather belts in black, narrow iu the  back and broadening to girdle  shape in front,  are the latest  imported novelty  and are considered the height of  elegance for shirt  waist suits." The  corselet belts,  fastened with  jeweled buttons,  are greatly favored. In place  of buttons some  have black velvet  covered buckles,  which are im-  rnen.sely effective  on light backgrounds.  All silver glr-  belt bockxe with dies are In nevp  dkop ends. devices, with me  dallion backs and twisted ropes, which  knot,in front and are finished with  large tassels. Buckles of wrought silver also have'peiident chains and tassels, and a very exclusive- style has the  watch-fob joined to the buckle by link  ohains. A pretty girdle is formed of  chains connecting silver rings, run with  'ribbon. ;  The passion for chains, strings of  beads, odd amulets and barbaric ornaments is increasing. An antique jewel,  a Hindoo love charm, an Egyptian  necklace or a bracelet from the south  sea islands is highly valued.  As  Others Knew fler.  "Fhe seems to be a natural flirt." he  said. -.���������'..,.-.'  "Natural?" the woman Impatiently  replied. "There's nothing natural about  her but the framework".'*������������������  Tlie number of medical students in  the United States for the last college  year .was 27,615.  The boy stood on tho Shipping*Trust.  Whence all but him had fled,  The water "that was in the stock  Came almost to his head.  ** ���������-Chicago Tribune.  A very popular couple���������two dollars.  DAY 1NB NICHT SCHOOL  ���������Wi'   i  fl������������?on<l Nntnrc.  "1 fwtr," said hlf< host next morning,  ���������><*������������ didn't 6U'c|> -well JiiHt lllgllt, Ev-  ������ry time I woke np I could hoar you  ithraaliiMg around Iu your bed."  '���������"I ought to tinvo tola you," njiolo-  ."tgbecd the gucMt, ainian frpm KanenH  catj.   "I've got m mod to floods that  I ttvad, water In niy sleep."���������'   "   '  You can depend on Ayer's  Halt Vigor to restore color to  your gray hair, every time.  FoJtow directions and ft never  fifb to do this work. It stops  pair Vigor  fafllngof the hair,also. There's  iS treat satisfaction in knowing  you are not going to be disappointed.  Isn't that so?  " Mr tiklr UatA nnttt tt wm about ������Mtt. It  ���������nit pm <>n.< i>.,t.|<i of Avnr't Unit Vlgnt tt,  tttutie a 10 lu liitmet ilatk,licit color, Vear  IF*ir \J15nr certainly eo.* whet youetolrofor  ff " - A.M. Illlll, Iliwkliifthgrr., W. C.  'm.m  XflW.\X,   M������il���������  \������ma x������uii\  \Ht\m.n\*U,  Even   th������   Mo������t StiiMiorn  Cases   of  thi.<   I>h i n I u UMnlti cly-Cuii-b o__Cwred.   Rheumatism is caused by acid in  the blood." That is an undisputed  medical truth. Liniments, outward  applications and alleged - electric  treatment can never cure what is  rooted in the blood. A blood disease, like rheumatism, must be cured  through the blood. That is why  rheumatism always yields like magic  to, Dr. Williams' lJmk Pills���������thev actually make new, rich, red blood,  This new blood conquers the painful  Qois.on, sweeps out the aching' acid,  soothes the nerves, loosens the muscles and ban'shes ' rheumatism from  the system. Proof of this is found in  the cane of Mr. Charles- Lealherdale,  a popular ���������young druggist's assistant  of'Tllbury, Out, Ho says ; "I know  from personal experience tliat l)iv  WilHauift'. Pink Pills euro rheumatism, because they cured 1110 of a se-  vero attack tliat for months caused  me1.many sleepless nights and pa infill.; days, I hnd tried a mim'B** of  other medicines, but thev fn'leti,  Then I decided to irivo the pills a  trial. Bofore I had~ilni.shed the second box 'tho pains began to leave 1110,  and by the "tlmo I had taken two  more boxes the painri wore all cone,  find I folt,Uko a-new man;; That is  moro than six months iwro, and I  haya'i'iot had a twinge of rheumatism  mlneoi It in iny belief that a fair  ehitrse of Iij'. Williams' Pink Pills  will 'drive the most stubborn case of  rheumatism out of tlio syutom,,. aud  as a result of my own experience I  cliunrfully recommend them for tlili*  trouble."  The pills cure all blood and nerve  trouble;) hiicIi as rlieuniuthiii, sciatica, partial puralysls, Ht, Vitus'  dunce, nnnomlii, neuralgia, Indlueri-  tlon. hoadaches, ImcknchOH. kidney  trouble^ and the ailments that mako  the Hvon of ho many women n Hource  of almoHt cnnNtnnt, uilHery. Itnlta-  ilons and HiibNtltutes are sometimes  offered, and tho buyer should see that  the full namo " Dr. WilliiunH' Pink  IMHh for I'alo People" In printed on  tho wrapper around every box. If in  doubt send direct to the Dr. Williams' Modlelno Co,, DrocUvlllo, Out.  and the pllla will bo mailed ut so  fonts a box or six boxew for $2.5'",  Opposite  City Hall,    WINNIPEG.  MAN.  THOROUGH  COUnSES   in  Uook-keep-  ltiK,t..Shorthand,  TypewritiiiR,  etc.      Ono  ���������Phone  1050,   .  week's trial piven.  CataloRues free.  Whether 1, for immediate or future consider-  eration our prices for  Copper Plate Engraving are worthy of  note.  For instance, we engrave a plate like this  for $1.00.  , ^m,MMtz9>p &f9>nd������Mttrtii  "I am very sorry. Victor, to think  you were such a glutton. Are you  not sorry yourself that you ate so  much turkey ?'*  Tlie now British Blue Book trives  the average weekly wages of fifteen  skilled trades at $10.50 in London  and S18.75 in New York.  A LASTING CURE  OF ITCHING PILES,  A ' Ghronio  Case  of Unusual   Severity  and   Long  Standing  Cured  by  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT.  Pilea. or hemrrhoids, are small  tumors, which form in and nbout the  orifice of the rectum. They are  caused by an enlarged and inflamed  condition of .the veins, which are  very numerous in'this portion of the  body, Piles frequently attack women during the expectant period or  after childbirth.  t;Any form of piles causes dreadful  suffering on account of the itching  and burning which accompany them'.  One can scarcely walk at times, and  during the night*,' when the body  gets  wji nn,  suffering  is intense.  Mr. AU-x. McLuiighlinv for HO years  a resident of Bowmanville, Ont.,  writes :  "For twenty long years I sufTerod  from .itching.' piles, and only persons who havo been troubled with  that annoying disease, can imagine  wliat I endured during that time.  About 7 years ago I asked a druggist if he had anything to cure me.  He said that  Dr.   Chase's  Ointment  was most favorably spoken of, and  on his recommendation I took a box.  "After three applications I folt better, and by the timo I had used one  box I was 011 a fair way to recovery;; I continued the treatment until thoroughly cured, and I. have not  suffered any since. I' am firmly convinced that thc ointment made a  perfect cure.  -"I, consider Dr. "Chase's Ointment  an invaluable, treatment for piles. In  iny case 1 think the cure was re-  Hiarkablc when you consider that* I  am getting up In years, and had  been so long a sufferer from thia  disease."'  (J. .Dr. Chaso's Ointment is the only  absolute and guaranteed cure for  every form of piles. If has a record  of cures unparalleled in the history of  medicine. 00 cents a box at all  dealers, or Edinahson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto. To protect you against  imitations, the portrait and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous  receipt book author, are on every  box.  ���������PAVIN  _. oM rtllabU nnwdy far BiMvtnitlltn|'b������nM| Spttnta.  Onrbi, ale, tnd ill form (oi X^mchiil. It ������mrki Urauiuidi  xt turn uiBuilly, Cum wltlmi iU������nub,u It dwMMHtiuh  KENDALL'S  j It Is mislor to keep nut nf the matrimonial hurnoHH than It is to get  out,  l ������iiiM.M</    lite   wny 1*   01   iho   iiuiKiiiv  ' diuy:   It   hn;; a   tongue,  but   It   ncviT  gOHHlpS.  You may not got all that in coming to you In thin world���������but look  ,..i   r ... 1 \.,. .,,,,.,  A lady onco purchased ������omo myrrh,  Arid tho druggiftt waid galy to hyrrh  "If it'H for your lips, Tdina,  Have a care how you UIbh."  Ami  who myrrhniyrrhod Indignantly,  "fcvn-h!" ��������� \*lv.  Fading Hair  1    "Yoft, iiiAthor, 'rniiw I hadn't nny  room hft for tho minco pio."-~Uor-  1 tor's Ba/or.  Moht. women tnko too much medl-  eiio iiii*l froint* mm don't takeeinugli.  Oenptiti Cm for lent fptvl*.  mp.tri.Cim, IMTjnliqhl V.x*_tUumtAntm 0*4 m*h  Sx. to. KmttXtlV* amrWCw. bilfi ftwue*. **4 Itwlf mA  *tnit tlt.lf lutnl'txn mn hi* 1'X wlrh .rnOlrn tmtttmi*,   Mt Ir. with *������������������ turn ttrttmmit,  tnd 11 (lid in tmnpttialr ilul m mmM utttt liaow lh������l k* tm*  * *V*m f bf M������rr ii������. .nn* Im. omu.  VttfUlmfjimtX,  Ota, I. RAMA  pr p. 1. xewui t*., tnomno ru.it, vt.  isthe PRtf:tREi1TIALsio?cM  Yoiill��������� Enjoy-XxatyMaWtJL  v  1  %a  made by J.M.F0RTIER Ltd.. Montreal  Kig^ht lady sanitary inspectors aro  now employed by the Dublin Corporation,  SLEKl'T.RSSNKSS.���������Whon tli������ nerves  aro uuHtninjr ami the whole body trtvmi  up to wrotchotliuws, whon tho mind is  (llltMt with gloom and diurnal fornhodingH,  tho reHiilt of doraiKrouiont of the dlgi*n*  'Jvo orginiK, HloepIeHNiioHH coiiiph to add  to <l>o iliHtmiH,*'If only the tuilrleci couUI  hiipi thore would he oblivion for 11  whi- niid'temporary'rollof, I'nniu'lpe'H  Virr; ���������' lo 1'llln will not only Induce kIpcp.  hut wii'iuot yo tmnollrlnllv Mint the hiiIi-  Icct wil. wuko rofroslieU and reKtorod to  hu'ppii.csi*. '  Most women .suspect there i.s minio.  nilHch'luf on tap every time their hun-  buuUh hiu In.  Mlnard's liniment Cures Colds, etc.  At the ago of 16 u-.tflrl utopa crying and bughia to weop.  Many mon want to he groat, and a  fow try to bo good,  Undor  fhe  Nervo  toeh  tort uro and tormont of Iho victim ot  ncrviniH |iro������tratlon mid nm-voui* deliilltv  no ono cwi liRhtlymtlmntH who Iiiih not  been undor tho ru/.liloni IhhIi of thwio ra*  IfntUnw human foon, M. WllllainN, of  Ponlwlch, Ont., wan for four yeum n,  nervous wroeM. Hlx hottlon of Hourti  AmoriP������n Nwvltio worked u miracle, iuid  hiu doctor confirmed it,���������28  (Jhronic oompJnlnlng dooNn't  maku  a hard lot any Nofter.  tf  ynu   b(1i*v������n't   i\y\y   oivtnlei'   tit   f.M-  glvo, patxlrm n fnw of yanr frlcndH.  niflflrd's Unlment Cures Diphtheria  For oodi bl������ man at tho top thr������r������  are a million llttlo onon at the hot-  Wl.l,  AN EXTRAOR-  DINARHFFERI  ELECTRIC BELTS IN  THE REACH OF ALL  W������ are 8*111 np tht, Boat Elaptrlo  Bait In the World ������t ��������� Prfoa  Within th* Ro������oh of th* Poor***  Swff*r*r.  ,    ,  OMlegBlirNo^ijiph^Q  BELT  for only  '^���������|1lri"3������i!lW'   J'J  ^1P3W^  $5  MudraH ho* takon to ckwlgnlng and  buildJjig ItH own motor earn.  Minard's Ltalment Cores Distemper,  Homo niiniaiorH do not practice aa  tboy pffwh. and worno hasohull pluy-  tsra du not play us thev practice.  ProboMy aomo men inoaniltT around  all ������l������rltt for tha purpose of uatlHfy-  Ing thonwclvoB that there la no pluco  Uko home.  Our No. 7 Blietrio Boll (vltk iu*p*iuory Al*  ���������w or tidlu Ktiehmtnt) It gutraMMd 10 pom*  mat. powir, moro ctirrtntt mor* taystl 4Utributlo*  ���������TcwTMt, twttor qualky tnd flnlih (hrt hjt otkor  XUeifte Bih m������d������, r*|irdl������ti of prleo.  Tho Pref, tiata Dolt (1 ��������� uro euro for N*m������,  WotkMii, Kidnojr, Uxat and Stomuh Cm*f%olat,  MMumttlim, Umo Buck* Pain at Acta to oH port*  of tbo body, Wou tho Boll whllo you llMfy 0*1 to  tbo morning yeu viH ftal ytin yeungw thi* vbea  yeu went lo bed.  Bevofoef tboot x*m wb you to fMftteta $19 to  W inm EUkUiv t*U, ft* initm. gmt&MlZ*. Tt*t.  kirn'* xMr\i w. *������H tux <wty $R,W. Vt* btw wily  one prieo. Wo do ut otk yeu 40 Man *txt, aei  If yeu do not buy, (ry tad nil yw tho mm bolt ot  onyofdprim,  Our Hon** Off������.-tf yen do aot oon W Mod ui  le* dellen m will umi yeu om et ear Belli to your  ���������eoreit tifnw ottoe, CO.U, ^09, wtm |n������ile|������  ���������feuoiinotloat If utUfcetory, pey tbo ttfrwofoM  IS 00 ond eiyieet eboif m oad tike tbo Belt .If aot  MMimMRiedjrottiMoaiMi p������y one cent, If you  Da������etbny������iitllyiueeoe������rtI*yin|b 0������do  BoiU rWriueloeco. Addrtu m    ,  yat.tun ������o.. ������S5������  ttmstamtmtmwammtmmrs^^  IIo not delay In Rottlnjr rohof for the)  Utile follf*.   Bfothor Orttvea' Worm  m*  terminator l������ a plwtoant awl mir* euro.  If vim tovt* your rhlM why do yon l#t It  mirtor whon a renwdy is so no*r at band t 'V-~ Xpfi h'.-t-'tt   t  t  If  <itj^^<^t3^^5^>^<S������M������3;iS''4-������S������J**������i������2KSJ  <*>/  SHEN  t  ���������  f  A  i  By FRED WHISHAW  H'    Copyright, 100s, by r. C. -Vcdurc  '*3,^^HSM3^^C-HVJ^^t$K5HS,CMtH*}CKr.v:5,,JHC'  When Bernard AprOeby determined  to devote his life to evangelical missionary ,work In China he was as full  of sanguine enthusiasm as any young  fellow in the service. '''You-aro. exact-*  ly thelkind=of wan wo=vWant,",tliey told  him at the depot in Shanghai, "and we  stall expect to. see you; do wonders in  The great cause?'  "It won't be for lack .of enthusiasm  if I'fail," said Bernard. *'I am .ignorant and shall be useless for awhile,  but I hope to work ln(6 it by degrees."  "You'll have plenty of time to learn  the language down at: Fuchow," raid  a member of the board, who, catching  the eye of another member, smiled a  littlo. A third member sighed, but stifled the sigh and pretended he had  .yawned. _  ���������' Bernard scraped acquaintance at thc  mission house presently with a young  girl and walked through the town with  her. She was a devotee, like himself,  who had been in the service a year and  knew something of it. lie would be  dull in Fuchow,' she said; but, please  Gad. he would bo .a successful missionary; he looked like a man. The youth  nnd the girl looked steadily in "one another's eyes'ut purling.  "I hope wo shall meet again," he said.  As for her, she smiled back, but when  lie had gone she allowed her eyes lo become dimmed.  Enthusiasm dies hard in people of  Bernard ApplebyVc stamp. For a year  he worked at his Chinese, lie was lhe  only European hi the 'place, excepting  for an hour or two in each week when  the clumsy, noisy'-steamer would come  thundering up or down (ho yellow river bound for Wuchang or Yutse. as it  happened to be traveling up or down  stream. ��������� -'  At the end of two years Bernard  eould stand his solitary life no longer.  ���������Ho-W.GiitmnjtOj.SIiaiighai and .bashfully  inquired of the chairman for. news of  the young lady whom he bad seen at  the depot on his .arrival. The chairman smiled paternally. ''She is still  unmarried," ho said, replying to Appleby's thoughts. "You are finding it dull  and would marry.  Ts it so?"  Bwnawl blushlng'y confessed that so  itwns.'' -.  "Well," snid the chairman, "wo like  mil' people-to intormarry. Miss Tale is  at llnnkow at this moment. You might  seo her on your way back."  Appleby adopted his advice. ITo  found Clirlssle Tate nt the missionary  station at HankoW, and tlio two were  not long in'fixing up matters. Within  a month Bernard carried off-a wife to  Fuchow.  The,-foi lowing year tbo arrival, of n  daughter added new happiness. Tho  baby girl, who was called Dulole, grow  and prospered. She was a pretty, curly  headed,' fascinating llttlo person, a  thing of 'wonder and m'uuseihoht' to  many of tlio natives of the place, nn  object of'adoration and love to one,  Niton Ho, the son of' a former "convert" of Appleby's, who had long since  . relapsed to tlio religion-of his fathers'.  "Slion Ho," Appleby would sometimes say, smiling oonie.what plaintively, "Is tho only real convert we have  ovor had, Chrlswlo, and ho Is Dulclo's,  not ours." "   , ...  This V������������,, perfectly, true. From Dul-  clo alono, 'had jii^fciilt'tUVd- Uiwipeiwrnjil,  ina,giiollsMiij^vhldh|.iyiid'l)ciMi the foundation of-Mlieh jPro'H .CMifitfttau jn-ijilrn-'.,  lloiJH. Hhonillo llvjtfl 'lirlho hmisji'viiifi  servant mitl wiih iih honest and illligenY  lu bitKliiCMH iih im was devout in hlri  Christianity,.  IVnlcIo taught Slum Uo orlckut. Slion  Uo thougliUho era mo a foolish onov bur  would hnvof played It gladly all day  and nil night to plonm* hiu frlond,  Nothing would Induco hliv). however, to  howl In ������uoh n manner Unit tlu; hull  reached tho wicket, othcnvlxo than  dead tdow for fear of hurling M|������a  Dulclo. Whim Appleby wuh paying  and bowled it fttttt bull at Ida daughter'  Khon Uo would groan aloud und liUlo  IiIh cyt'H with hln hand.  In every way Shea Ho wiiK.nttlolcy  devoted Hlavo and servant ns well un  playntnto, Hn also acPid iih her em-ort  and protector ancJL hoc champion If of-  . ohNlou nfForodt  Tho peoplo of Fuchow were not too  wail diiipu*cd toward ihu LiikIihii u������ir*-  nlonary and Ills wife. Apploby had  nover bceu*altackcd, but he wait never  Mcn'ro from mocking luughier and  leant when pawing through the crowd*  In tlio atroot*  So mnttor* would doubtIom hnvo re-  mnlned till thia dny hut thnt when Dulclo wan nbout nine your* old and Hhen  Ho fourteen or llftooii nnd a Chrlatlau  of flvo yonr������' slantltng tho country begun to be oiMivulwd by t'.ic l*������ii.or v'.i*  ln������ In Poking nnd tho trouble* that iu-  cornpunlrd the popular upheaval  titfobwt forolgn rmthlNft* throughout  the land. Humor* of troublo noon  reached Fuchow.  It wna but it week at hey thin ti,'-������t a  party of tinlf a thmm Hover* tame  Into   the   town.     'I'ttey   |!t''t!ti������:-<|   t:r������t  whether the place contained any "foreign devils" and were informed of tho  Appleby family.  "We want neither the foreign devils  nor thoir gods," sjdd the Boxer, and  he went forthwith to spy upon the  Englishman's compound.  llr.an T.i, the gardener, happened to  bo coming out of tbe place, going home  for Ks midday rcsr.  "What are you doing in the limine ot  the foreign devils:" lie was askrd.  ,. ."{Jolting ..Ids money from him by doing a very,little Ayorkfor good pay,"  Bind Uuou Li. ������"llk'a grin.  "Well,, the people must learn that  there is to be no hobnobbing with for-,  oigit devils," said the fellow, and a  moment later poor Huan Li's bead was  rolling in,the filth In the glitter.  ������Se\\-vaI of those who saw and heard  this were not ill affected'toward the  Applebys. Bernard and his wife bad  visited *tho sick and fed the hungry.  When the Boxer had turned his back  and was on his way to consult with  his companions two or three good souls  crept cautiously round by another way  to warn the missionary of his danger.  Appleby was in a fix. This was Tuesday, Tliere would be no steamer, until  Thursday; Even if there wero he  would not probably bo allowed to  board it.   What was to be dono?  Shen camo running in excitedly.  "Boxer man coining!" he exclaimed.  ''Killee Miss Dulclc, killce all! Come  av,>iy quick! Shen show way! Comee.  missy:   No stop, not one minute!"  Hhen quickly explained that he knew  of a path through the woods to Tso1.se.  a village on tho river ten miles nearer  Hankow. Hero he had an unele\ Shen  Li, a boatman and fisherman, who  would tako the party down the river to  Hankow. .    ���������  Appleby snatched up food and a bottle of water and a blanket or two, and  the party made for the nearest point  at which the open country could bo  reached. "Go quickly," they cried; "{he  Boxers run fast!"  "Those peoplo will give- us away."  ' muttered Bernard as ho ran, having  Dulcie on his shoulder arid his y.'iCo  panting at his sido.   "There '11 be no  secret as to tho way we havo taken!"  But fortunately the Boxers delayed  their attack for nearly balf an hour,  employing that period doubtless in  screwing up their courage or their fe-  T6at^l^tlfe^ilTc^Mrynp5UTt:~"But-"th"e-  ground was soft here aud there, and it  would not be .difficult to follow by  tracking. This fact gave Bernard anxiety and lent him wings and breath  and bis wifo also. '  Suddenly camo tho fatal sounds of  pursuit���������shouts and occasionally a shot  tired by way of intimidation. The pursuers wero a mile behind, but probably  traveling much faster than llie English party.   Then Shen IIo spoke:  "Me go back, tell Boxer man you  gone rlghteo to Woollen, you go lefleo  to Tsotso; no walteo for Shen Ho: mo  find you mission bouse, Hankow; goodby, master, missis; goodby lovec Mis-  'see Dulclc!" Shen Ho suddenly wont  down upon his llttlo nose and kissed  Dulclo's tiny foot; then, boforo he could  lie questioned or prevented, he dashed  backward In tho way they had come.  In a few mlnutos ho mot the .pursuers.- The Boxer loader, hot with tho  chase, looked by this time,, as did onch  of his follower,?, an Incarnate'(lend of  savagery. They ran sweating" and  wearing, brandishing pitchforks and  swords. .'������������������'''     .  "Have you seen tho foreign doyllsVV  ibouted the louder. "Speak quickly or  Iho vultures shall sicken over your car-  ?nss ���������tonight." "\\        \i  "Ccbne; you shall ah&w u^whk'h wny  they wont, and if I find i'nat you hnvo  led"-  , "Como, then," Raid'Slum Up firmly.  .'Tlio'yVoro: Tlttmlng- toward,, Woohon.  ��������� tell you, where there nrctkree other  foreign dovilH who will |ii'utoct,thoiii,'  -��������� -glicjv Ho led rfiintneii tllrop^llCHout  :if thoir wny liefin^ tho linage titil'iou  nnido iij) thoir mind* ho hiid deco'.vo'd  IhOtn find thrust their swai'if*'through  "liln' faithful honrt nnd loft hihi. Hut  tbo tlmo thua giilnortHUllVeod for Appleby to' bring lilsVlfe and Diiiolo In safety to Tuotno ninl to ongngo a bout hoiico  down vlvor to Hankow.  Appleby hits declared ninny tlmos  Unit If over ho returns In IiIh iiiIhhIhu  hnnmnit Fuchow ho will mlnpt ['that  'muo.JbrJck Hhon.Hit" for hlHmniirlwiHH  -wit tin? evening of thoir escape.  Ho doe* not kuow nnd probably ho  novor will how big a thing tho lad did  .for lilm nnd hi* that dny.  lizards have an extra eye on the top 01  the head, which does not act with the  other two. A bee or wasp has two large  compound eyes, which possibly help  each othen and are used for near vision; and also three little simple eyes  on tbe top of the head, which are employed for seeing things a long way off.  AUTUMN FASHIONS.  Invisible  Support.  Magistrate���������What's the charge against  this mnu, officer?  Officer���������No visible means ot support.  Magistrate-It's up to you, prisoner.  What have you to say in answer to the  charge?  Prisoner���������I guess It's correct, your  honor. My wife, isn't visible at the  present WriUnp^ineitinutl Enquirer.  The' Dnnsrero ot TSavoI.  Grouchy Bachelor���������I heartily disapprove of taking children oa railway  journeys and to large hotels.  Hoting Mother���������So do I. One meets  so many rude people and sees so much  selfishness at those places that one is  always glad the little darlings aren't  (here to pick up bad habits.���������Baltimore  American.  Quick Laucli,  Ho was obviously tired, preoccupied  and in a hurry. lie lifted himself to  ouo of tho stools at tbe quick lunch  counter and in answer to a query said:  ''Bring me some plain beans, a piece  of apple pie and a glass of m-.lk."  In a little while thc waitress reappeared.  "Pork and," she remarked impersonally, sliding the dishes before'hi uf.'  "I asked for plain beans. I can't eat  pork," be remonstrated.- ��������� '"  '���������Qhl"  " The' dish was removed, and after  stopping to chat a few minutes with a  young man with a scarlet' tie sho returned. "JEIere's your beans," she remarked, and after a thoughtful moment, while still eying the scarlet tie,  added:  "Lot's sec; you wanted pie���������huckleberry pie?"  "No. apple."  "Oh!"  There was another longer wait, a  still longer sojourn in the entrancing  neighborhood of the scarlet tie. Then  the pie was brought.  "That all?"  she asked,  feeling ab-  ������CjiJjy^r_j^heck.   '"No; Toi'dored"- "~  "Oh. yes: coffee. Excuse me for forgetting."���������New York Telegram.  HATS AND GOWNS,FOR  TRAVELING  AND GENERAL WEAR.  Surprises That Seem Probable In  Mortes to Comic���������Favorite Jlatei-lsls  For liuil<li:!K Fall Gowns���������Sly lis!������  Autumn Hals nnd T'icir IJirds.  Dress has become immoderately elaborate and there is everywhere an inclination to overstep the laws of refined  common sense that usually mark desirable modes. For this reason it is  no surprise that fashion authorities  find it within the range of possibility  that the incoming season will reveal a  something unexpected in the way of  introducing a more severe style of gar-  ding dish and with it cover the berries.  Steam about an hour. Serve with hard;  sauce.���������Boston Cooking School Magazine.  Pie Crust With Bnttcrnjilk.  We are asked for a recipe to make  pie crust with buttermilk, snys Rural  New Yorker. Materials required are  half a pint of buttermilk, half a tea-  cupful of lard, half a toaspoonful cf  salt, a third of a lea������;ioonful of sodi\  and Hour enough to make a soft dough..  Rub the lard into the flour, add tbe  other ingredients, roll quickly and baUe  in a steady, pv-.-m )-.>���������(*.  roKNlnlj- So.  "Yes, children," said Uncle Henry;  "the fishes In the sea go In schools."  "In swimming schools?" asked tho  smart nephew, who was planning to  enter Yarvale.   ./^  "Most of 'em//replied Uncle Henry.  "But the sea horses go to ���������riding  schools, and the starfishes go tp astro-<  nomical schools, and the seal goes to s*.  law school, and the swordfisb goes to a  military school and the sawfish to a  manual training school."  ' "And where does the lobster go?"  asked tllie smart nephew.  'Tie doesn't go anywhere.  He stays  at home and practices his college yell." -.  ���������Judge.  Whistler and Disraeli.  Whistler once came very near to  painting a portrait of Disiuieli. He had  the commission, lie went'down to tbo  country where Disraeli was. but the  great man' did not manage to get into  the mood. Whistler went away disappointed, and shortly.-afterward took  place a meeting in Whitehall which  was the occasion of a well "known story. Disraeli put his arm in Whistler's  fpr a little way on the street, bringing  from the artist the exclamation, "It  only my creditors could see!"  AalmnlR' Ryi'������ Aet  Iiideticnilcntlr.  Tho oyoa at nn nnhuiil onn only work  togotltor whim I hoy can im nruuuiy^ui  bear upon au objeci tit,i<ic mii.c- .Uutt;,  ho that ������R ii into tho oyo* of u IIhIi niur-t  work moro or 1c������h IjidoponrtoitUj\ tTiIh  In Mimollmoa n!������o tho*on������������ whon tlio  cyoH can cooporato. iih any ono who  wntohos n pin loo or otlwr nuihuu in uu  nquarlum will ttoon dlwMvor.  Thin Is truo, too," of tho ouiIouh bulging opllcs of n chittnoleon, which mil  round hwIvoIwIho In a untnowhat aim-  |o*s manner. Whon 'thoy do eonvorgo  It is b,id for the in.wet upon which they  fix thoittwivoii.  Many nniinulH putinm uuire ll.un  throo t������y������*K, which do not all not together. A leech, for cvnmple. ha* ten ������yci  on this top of Itt* head, which dft not  wpvli In concert, and a kind of marine  worm bus two eye* on llie lU:ii<\ nud a  row d'������wu ������-avii vik- "I tin- bfi;,v. '.'������,...t.  Sea M(i:fitci'a  of Old.  Tlie kraken was one of the sea monsters of'old; and if all the stories told  about its wondrous sine and doings are  true it overshadowed the serpent as  much as tho latter does the common  garter snake. Dnndelaus declares that  this marine giant caused tidal waves'  by swallowing a goodly part of lhe  waters of tho ocean and then belching  thom out again, no also makes mention of the fact tlmt Its gigantic horny  beak was often''mistaken for mountain,  peaks suddenly shoved Into sight by  the Internal convulsions of the eartli.  Bishop Pontoppldau, a truthful member of the Copenhagen royal academy,  is muck "moro conservative in his estimates of Its size, giving It ns his opinion that thoy wore seldom found more  than "tho half of nn.Italian mile ln  length and,not larger In diameter than  tlio cathedral,at Tlio Hague."  Ho also snys tliht Its'body was frequently mistaken by./siii'lors for an island, "so tlmt poodle landed upon it  and wero engulfed in a maelstrom of  wator when the'creature sank,.to Its  hidden oooan don." Other authorities  testify that Its boalc from the oyos to  tho point "wan longer than tho mainmast of a man-ofvwar."  A Ti������ht vu.  An Englishman entered if tnilor shop  in Twenty-third Htroot tho othor diiy  nnd. throwing a pnehago on tho conn*  ri or, 8ii Id: '���������;���������''���������'        .-. ���������   .  "Thoso trousora nro n beastly flt.  You'll hnvo to fix 'cm. They're tighter  thnn tny ������klu.,don't you,know."  ,'*But fiint'8 linpowHlblo!' llow could  thoy ho?" demurred tlio tullor.  "Woll. I onn *lt down In my ukln, but  I ouivu't wit down vvIjoh hi thoso blooming breoohos!" wan the wrathful au-  ���������wor.���������Now York i'roua.  TTungnrlnn ponwintu lmvo n wtporHtl*  tion thnt tiro kindled by lightning can  only bo oxtlnaulybod by milk.  So Mci������ nnil flympntlietlc  A gentleman whoso nno ������liiy������ oyo  has served lilm for yoiiw hud tlto mis-  forluno to drop It, It tumiHliPtl to  ntuillH. iliia liiil't"'!'"'' >*������'���������* "- WTA  (nt ������n,ti in lhe uossstvy. lie lnrt\dn*A  of ti frlond whoro was tho nonroit  plnco for lilm to go it nil got rofltfed.  "Why don't,you call npoii tho girl  yon woro flirting with nil ln������t nightV  lint 11wrni u������t|uiu.uL, '"JJik htv-i a flnt  clans reputation for miikiujr oyes."-  I'unch.     __^__  Vrnyrr ot tim Convert.  A Kouth mou iHliindor nt tho clone of  n rolltflon* mooting offered tho follow,  ing pruyor: "O God, we aro about to  l-o tn our rorppotlvn liotuos.    I.ct not  COSTUMES IX CLOTH AND SEHGT5.  ment. This may, perhaps, be perfected  by a combination of unique stylo and  rich simplicity. Still it is yet premature to anticipate any radical innovation.  For autumn black nnd white tweeds  make useful drpsses and plaids promise to bo worn. Cloth and serge'in  styles such as those of the cut. whicli  shows a costume of dark and light  iTTOwli^]6tir"fnidnrnothci-"-ot^biiio-"scrgo--  wilh white stitchings, lawn frills and  an underbodicc, represent some of tho  various modes.  Head gear is, of course, an important  autumn consideration. The French  sailor represents a popular and becoming shape. The one shown in the cut  is in dark blue felt. fiat, the brim turning up and draped with a shot blue  and green ribbon. A large pull" bow of  fsl!k, ado'i'ii^ theback of the crown and  ���������a dark-blue bird rests gracefully on tlie  top. It is' a smart confection with a  r.-u'lsian'aii'. ''  ' The predictions aro for grent use of  birds the coming.season, but. theso ave  yiiKKcn s.wt.oh hat ron J&mv.rN.  mid to bo "millinery birds nut de up  of dyed fonthoi's from domestic fowls.  They coitMlut of llttlo but wings nnd  head and a lint body, the wliign being  liuimi'C'telii'd and projecting ovor tho  brim,  A fiiwn boovor round Imt, nulllnod  wllli Cnrdlniil orushwl velvet and garnished with two fancy colored birds,  fu ni I^;ioh a df������lnibJo bit of Kly)l������line������j������  for r.'n nut mun traveler.  AMY VAHXUM,  The  Cavr nnd  thc Ox In India.  Few people traveling in India can  fail to notice thc part played, whether  in the Hash or its representation, by tho  cow and the ox. Sacred cattlo wander  unmolested and immolcsting through  the streets of the cities, more especially in the south, generally decorated  with garlands of flowers; stone ".Jin,-1  dis," tho bulls of Siva, keep guard'before his temples and round his tanks;  -thcy-'arc^poiLtrayeiLin.fi'Csco^or^iiL.caiX-L,  ing on the walls of many a rock cavern*,  Oxen turn mills, plow the land, are the.  drawers ���������and carriers of water and,,  abovo all, are invaluable* for drawing  loads. C'llile, as is woll known, are by-  Hindoos hold in great and superstitious  reverence, Ganges water poured over ft  cow's tail being equivalent to the kissing of tho sacred book or taking an  oath. Yot. unfortunately, the draft bull  often receives very rough treatment at  his driver's hands, So long as the animal's life is not taken ill treatment  counts as nothing umong these people  who regard lhe brutes as sacred,  ,.w        ���������       !"." ��������� i  Sti������ld(-n Laiiac of Weiusrj,    ^    i.  "I saw the whole thing,", said tho  passenger with the nose glasses; "I was  standing on the front platform when  tho car hit the wagon, it waa all tho  fault of the blamed driver. Ho sbiflod  to cross the track when the car wasn't  ton feet away. The motorman fdlut off  the power and put on the brak.es, but  ho .couldn't slop in time. Some of these  fool drivers.are always doing that sort  of thing. It would sei'vojoin right if"--  Here a policeman with a notebook  camo ailing,  "Did you seo how this happened'/'' ho  asked.  "Mo".-"snid | lio mun with tho ��������� noso (  glasses. "(������osh. no!   1 don't know a  thing about It."  f   >&  .    . J WI  jr  Thoy Nny.  They say flint--  Colory In ii foo tirrliouiniitinni, neural-  gin, dlmiscu of tho uem>������ and nervous  dv������|ie|i*dii.  l.ollui'0 and cucuinboi'H cool tho h.vh-  torn, and leliiico especially wiil hcip  liiHoiuitln nufterevH,  "I'or malaria iind erysipelas nothing  Is hotter than oi'iinborrlog,  h'rorh carrot* und yellow tui'iil|������������ aro  Rood for norvouN iliHonlorn, gravel mid  xoui'vy.  WntormoJon J������ excellent for epilepsy  ond yellow fovor,  Totnntoon aro good for livor troubles.  A Iloublliiu: I'n/licr.  ''MT. Cicorgo Mnnvllle/Fouu waa in  the Meforin club oneyftloruoon. says a  London Jonniul, wljo'n ho not Iced that  nn old gontloinnn. ii frlond of his. was  looking rntlior,jioriui'bod. so ho In-,  ipilrod If thoro-wuh iinyihlng tbo itmt-������.  tor. "Well,".'mild the old gomIonian,  "tho fact U tny *oxx has got a piny  ooiulng out tonight, nnd 1 lour It will  be a ghiiKtly fnlhii'o. lie onn wrlto  pretty llttlo plays when ho likes, Hutu  tIiin ono he Iiiih writton Ih a iiorisonidcal  ���������fort of n thing, and I'm wtiro.lt won't  do nt all. However. I supposo I uito'fc  go and seo It." Tlio hou'h iiiiuio wiih  WIIIIiiiii S, (illboi't, it ml tho piny "wail'  "Trlnl by Jury."  Ni������k n������������rrln������ii,  "Why," n:iid a youngster to hbt cider  brother, "do iiorrlugH have ho imttty  mon* |llttf>x<0H than.oilier fish','"  "Wlio vnyo (lier 'ilnV������������ nip rid Iho  vont'i mlrtowod.  "Why, thin book unyn thnt thouHiindH  iifinn ilmnuiimlH of tltem'are cured ev-.  cry yoar."  IISiH'tii-iM'y  Kol I,  Put n (\\mvt of blueberries In n pmre.  Iho Wurds wo have heard bo like thir lain pudding di**i\ and Hpi-ink!" "f-v  ���������flno clothow wo wcnr-'Hoon to bo taken! half a pint of while sngiii'. .Male a  off nud folded up In a Iki.v till another, dumpling p������ivie of two cii|ifnl'< <������; i'"-'*-  Kiibbutb toiiii-B lummd.' Uatber, ht f.������ur tcaspoonl'd* of baking -pitwder. a i  jhy tnHh \*������ like 1lie Intloo OU our IHUe j������nlt. n liiblwpooiil'ul of bnlicr niid j  'l.,-',}':'-"- loeffneonhlo till death." I milk. Roll ihix out tl.e .��������� isc nf the uo.-l- <  Tltc   Tra!l"'l'.���������|^",  "Why do you watch tho Ihomioniotoi  on tho wall ho clost'lj'V" untried thc in  valid.  "BocniiHo," replied tho untrained  nui'HO. "tho doctor Hiild If the totnpora*  turo trot any hlghor I wna to glvo you  nuothcr duso of qninluc"  tt^nil^c-rrfl,  "John Henry. I'll ihraxh you r.ouiull?  If  1 ovor c.ii.lt you  tciSlug iinoti.c  efory that Isn't true."  "And yet. ton. I heard you May to lK'  minister thnt I had groat SnuiglBttVita."  vA^'-  f'm w^s  C. H. TARBELL.  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NAKAN0, Proprietor.  ���������wwfwwwww.i " I'luw^'iffi"1.1 f:!>.\  'f "rr  r.J*>mmm..  Hard-Burned and ordinary Bricks,  Firv. Hrhkn,   Pressed and OrJinary,  Drain Tiles���������       3m., 4(11., and 6in  Fire Baekiny of all kinds to order,  Yards at Union Bay.  poOT-OmoK Auduk������8 -     OUMBBBLAIfrD  BO  s. s. "City of Nanaimo."  Leaves Victoria Tuesday. 6 a.m., for Na������  naimo, calling at Mustjravcs, Ve������  ^suvius, Crofton. Kuper, and Thetis  Islands first and third Tuesdays of  each month; Fullord, Ganges, and  Ferriwood, remaining Tuesdays in  1 each month,  Leaves Nana.mo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Comox, connecting with s.s, Joan at  Nanaimo.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8. a.m., for  N.inaimo direct, connecting with  train for Victoria  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaver Comox Friday, 7 u.m., for Nanaimo and way ports,  Leaves Nanaimo Friday, a p.m.; first  and third Fridavs of each month to  Cannes, remaining Fridays of each  month to Ladysmith.  LcavesGanucsor Ladysmith Saturday, 7  a.m., for Victoria and way ports.  VANCOUVER - NAM AIMO ROUTE  H. *     "JOAN."  Sails from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily except  Sundays,  Sails from Vancouver after arrival of C.  P.R. Train No. 1, daily except Sundays, at 1 p.m,  TIME.TAiiLJi)  KJWKUT1VE  JUNK l������t, 1008,  VIOTORIA TO WELLIKGTOV,  No. 2^.Daily, No. 4-SondV  A.M. p. ||,  ^���������tfw Viotoria De, 9.00  "   0.28 Gnhhtream ������. 8 28  "10.24 Kocuig'a <i   4 24  ������������������ HOO, .l)unoan'������    ������  5,00  pm.   , pm,  " 12 SB .Namrfmo  ������   8 41  Ar!2������3..   ,,   W������IHn|������t������B..,,,Ar. 708  WBtLIVdW >N TO VIOTORIA.  No. I-Dail Ko. 8-Hund������y  *'**������ A. Mi  Do. 8 00 WtUlnpitoB De. 100  0  ������������������* Nwalmo ������ 1.18  " 10 02 Duncan's..  ������������   5.Q0,  " 10.42 Kounig'  '������   6.30''  "11.38 Coldstream  "   6 32  Ar 12.00 Victoria  Ar 7.00  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tic  kets en sale, good ov������i rail and steamer  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, and reduced rules for parties may  be arranged for on application to the  Traffic Manager. -,:    .  The Company reserves the right to  change without previous notice, sieamerS.  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going lourney Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  than Monday.  Geo. L. Courtney,  Traffic Manager,  St. Ann* SCftOOL \  QUAMICHAN,   B. C.  A Boaiding. School lor girls, with department for orphans, pleasantly located  at three miles from Duncans Station.  Primary and Preparatory English Course.  Competent Instructors for*'Piano and J  Needle-work. Cutting and Fitting also  taught. Board and Tuition, $9 a month.  For particulars, address���������  SISTER SUPERIOR,  ^    Tzouhalem P. O.  I.   0.   F.  QOURT DOMINO,  3518, meets  the last Monday in the month  in the K, of P. Hall.    /  Visiting Brethren invited.   t        <  17m 121 1.-}  THS  CUMBERLAND  NEWS  Issued 35very Tuesday.  W. B. ANDERSON,      -    -      -      EDITOK  The oolumiis of The Nkws are op������n to all  who wiRh to oxpresa therein views o matter.    : public iuUreoi'. ^  While we do aot hold ourselves re r<onsi-  ble for the utterauces of corresyoudeuce, we  reserve the right of declining to insert  oinmuaieauoDB unueoesBsrily personal.  TUESDAY, JANY. 12, 1904  DISCONNECTED.  The Telcpliome Glri'a Siamrf Wm  position ot a Jealoua Lover.  "Say, Mame," said the hello girl der-  Inn a lull in the calls to ber Intimate  friend who occupied the next chair, "U  it true that yon have broken off your *a*  gagi'merit?"  "Sure thing," answered Mane *a tma  chewed her gum with renewed vigor.  "Oh, Mame, did yosi really?"  ������'Wcll, 1 guess!"  "Oh, Mame, what was thr, matter?*  "He heard about ray going down the  river with a atrango young man."  "Oh, Mame, did he really r  "Yep. Then he had the nerre tb call  toe up over tho phone and read the riot  Get to me; said if I waa going to carry  on like that he dida't want mt to he  Vetoing bis ring."  wOh, Mame, what did yon aayT*  . ������Blof offl"���������Detroit Free Preaft,    1 *  "     ,i"     * '" ;.       *  " ��������� "  tmeteimmtwTmm.  "Mo husband had ��������� Jofc three yean  ���������So."  "Hftun't he bnd any since?"  "Iliad   Ue never had any srase."  \  V������mtai������e FlaauMsierlas*  ���������  Ete���������Tou owe mc ten kisses.  Fay ap!  Sho���������Explain, air!  U������h-J won *������inl You know very weB  2' watered a dozen glove* agairat tea  kisses and wasxl   I���������  Sho���������Oh, but kisses, yoo know-  lie <firnily|���������Kiowa should bo paid Just  ���������a rcliyioualy as any other debt.  She <thonghtf ally )���������Juat the asm* tm ���������  Bote?  "Yea.**   *  "Or edwckr  I ���������'Yes.*'  "Ur~or a-draftl*  "CortJiinlyr  "Tluti, you poor fellow, til give fo* *x  Craft on mammar  He nover sailed again.���������Saa Fttneteee  Bulletin. _^   Wllllrt ForetfcewffM.  "Mrs. Knox," aald the hostew at dte*  aor. "yonr little boy doesn't Mem to btve  much appetite."  "No, h������ doesn't, that's a (act"  "Don't bo bashful, Willie;* the hostese  nrtrod. "Won't yon hare somo more of  ���������nrthing?"  "No, mn'jim," WUlto wplled; "I fllltd  op on cookies bofora 1 camo, 'causa I  fcenrd ma tell pa w������ wouldn't get much  how,"          He Waali Bnjor It  HD!d your father ust>d to whip fon  mien yon were a boyf ��������� aakvd tht young-  *tnr wbo had been dui������tlneiL  "Did heY* repeated the old fontfemra  rf<lot'tlvcly. "Im thuuvdnye pniwiis were  nmdd of ateriuir HtufT, and he umud to  ������'HW mo with u Htrnp."  Tbo boy's eyes brightwierf Instantly.  -Golly!'' ho exlttd, "Vi liko to toe bla  |o it upw!"���������Cbieujro Post  Dltoaarac*!*  ���������Dooro't tbo train stop et Crlmeo*  (Julch ony morel"    .  ������������������Nopu,'* hnnworod Broncho Bob. "We  got a tip from tho trovorunient not to Itt  ���������ny iin'i'o trnln roMiprit esicape, We dont  our hv>A, h\n we don't get ony tnooui'dgf  tnvnt. 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Slio took up  her shawl. tliat wns hanging over  tho arm of tho chair,' and \yont upstairs again; she had for tlie moment nothing more to do down here;  the old baron always rested until  five o'clpck,  But j/pstairs, too, she had nothing  to do, indeed hardly anything in the  ���������whole world; ,she was so superiUi-  oiss���������so entirely' superfluous. .She  sat by the stove in the twilight on  a wooden chest that Hortense had  had made from it Renaissance model,  and that had been left here.'because,  it did not suit the rococo style of  Wbttersdorf, and as she sat thc same  gloomy thoughts coursed through  her" brain.  "I have become really bad," she  said half aloud to herself. "Mine is  ono of those.natures that nnhappi-  ness imbitters, Weil, if I am to pe  good I must be better treated, I do  not believe I can ever love any one  again. I do not seem capable of any  good feelings."  * Sho began to think of all who had  been dear to her. Hortense? What  was shO'to her now? Thc tired did  man, below? Ho was a worn-out  rope that still held her littlo boat in  a safe harbor before it was driven  out into the waves and storm of  life. But this still, smooth water  oppressed her more dreadfully than  the storm Which awaited her without! George? She shrugged her  shoulders, Ci gorge was glad to be  rid of this burden; what was the sister of his doMl "wife'to him? 'He had  not tlie slightest interest in her;,,that  be bad proved plainly, abundantly.  He had never even asked after her.  She rose and looked on the work-  table for her crochet work, then  smoothed her hair with her little  tortoise-shell comb;.she stood by the  glass, but did not look in it. As. she.  she ,was in tho act of going down  she thought of Hortonse's letter. She  drew-it with a quick movement out  of her pocket, stepped up to tho window,) iind began to "read.    ��������� -v  "My. ��������� dear little Lucie,-���������You are  more and more miserly with your  ' letters,: and do not give me a single  J-pjdn������,_cm:tUkl_^yjir4^^  anxious. You may bo ill, or you.  may not liko being there, now\ that  grandpapa is better again. But you  know how welcome you. will be here  at any time; and tiien���������I am telling  tales out of school���������we had another  plan for you, Waldemar thinks .you  would just suit his mother, and  might have a ;very happy life with  her as a petted, adopted daughter.  This idea has made me very happy.  Ybu know, Lucie, how I suffer at  tlie thought of you not being happy.  "I bclivo, too, Lucie, tliat mamma  would provide for you after , her  death; for if the Webcrs onco love  they never change, they are such  true, faithful peoplo." llave i already told you that Waldemar has  ���������"sent papa to Hungary to,, an estate  that, belongs to my motlmr-in-lttw?  Ho is to bo a sort, of inspector .there.  May ho only stay'there. J can not  deny that'I am worried about, him;  but Waldomnr says papa knows thim  is his last chance. '.Anothor piece of  nowi, "Lucie. Can you guess what  'my husband's .birthday'gift, to ir.e  was?  "You would never guess. lie ha������  bought back ,1'iillondori'! lie surprised  mo with the deed, .which lio.put. in  a bunch of roses. You know, i.ucie,  I do not often cry, l>ut I sobbed 0:1  his neck for vory happiness. Ah,  Lucie, let me speak ma for once, let,  mo put It. on paper that, I have found  the host husband In the world.  'M pray flod every duy thut you  may have tim sumo happiness. Do"  you look with surprise nl the spots  <;n iliu potior? I ueie, tliey ure lours  of Jo,',-'-- i'ori>;\u i.i,. iii,11, I, give \.,i,v  flu. I hnve a n-iploM 11, make of  you. In my hed ,>m in the wardrobe, on the lnwi������-' ���������������������������holt, Is a, In.tie  iruiik of KiiMsiii   lo-i   ;r.   It conUiiiis  till)   Iir.'lt   little   I'lolM"  mu,    made them    io-  want   to  have  i.liem,  Lucie?    Ah, you can i  happy wo are!   ..l-'.u'.'  we iillllll fil'd i.MCll  o'l '"  Wnldotiiiir has proi:1" i  ii",v.    How glud I t-U'-i  ���������   "I must   close.       W,  this evening, ko 1 have all sorts  thlims     to    do,    Uuhleiiuir sends  grouting, an does your  "I lorleii.ii'.  Uielo crushed iho paper in  hnnd. She laid her I.mjuJ ngaiir.!  wliulow-punoa nnd looted out,  lu8t.rii.vs of il.t.slighl lay k\h  ill.th* uni'den. tbe (mow-Hakes wi-re  tumbling sottly down, a Hock of  riKli.s  li'fVV    ti,ii'.\   nilil   Iiu.iCMi  ������<''���������-������   ("  ilidi' nc>ds in lhe ohl watch-lower,  An ii-K-rtdd viUi������(/l.������r run ilu'ongh ''"'  girl'8 veins; no must a boygnr feel  i\h  ho  looks  from   tim  cold,     windy  roo'n. Oli, no, he might have w.mio  other soul to litiugi-r and MiuVr with  him; nhn was uloii", quit<��������� alone!  With tltcM- I,Hut ihoimhts she  went down-sliiirs, The lni.tp Mas  mit yet.    l'g!ih>:I     in     Mademoiselle's  ��������� ���������    '*';      ',;������������������.;      i ,,    f,,.,',.,',,   ,     ,,,.,, t  Vol iciseii')'  i'u! n'ii, r  \ oi'cii-  \ i      :. f '        i ' '   !     ; ' ���������  i.'ir.'e; ;,l;,!'d   o.n li   n  ',.--i*     |, ���������   ,,%   ��������� it   ,'.���������  .���������'��������� '���������.('������!   a,-d     '1   a I ���������.,!���������!  -d   in   ''i-'   y.'ii-  i-v-i.im       l,i>  (i.i   i.ii-   l������ii<������-.v  > ��������� ri.' iii.,'.;  !������������������..;   I' . ������������������ i'-., i.itr.;  ,.-u, !. - ���������!-��������� "  *"���������'���������<*   ��������� '(.!���������' r-l ���������     -i- -;���������     .)     .,,    ! .  ,-    )'.;,(  tt. ������������������ hi-' '-'I e  ���������',' ff-   i ���������".  "Al.   it    '"-   \<>).      l.u-s-.:"   :-itiif-<lod  tlie voice of the French woman. "I  had indeed quite given up all hopes  of seeing you. Be careful; it is quite  dark here. Fraulein .Adler did not  wa?Vt tho lamps yet,"---������������������<-���������  '���������Good-evening,", said a gentlewoman's voice, and Lucie, who had  como over to the table,',.felt her hand  Clasped.     "How are you, Lucie?"  "Thank you, very well,", 'sho  replied, in a lifeless tone,  She sat down by Tante Tlettcheii,  and looked out of the window, and  then at tlie stable roof, lightly co*r������  ercd with ."������������������now, standing out againsfc  tlto evening .sky, and ='at the. stars  shining through - a break in tins  clouds. She heard ths two talk ing,  the light noise of the coffee cups, thu  crackling of tho fire in the stov'u,  but she paid no attention to anything.  "But what were you going to tell  me, my dear?" said the hostess, in  her own frank way.  '"I" do' not remember," stamineral  Dettchen.  Tlio-'maid came in at that moment  with tho iamp, and the kind-hcartcil  little lady saw a pair 'Of such Kad-  "lookiug  eyes  that; she 'Stopped. ���������,.  "Lucie," she : said, after a pause,  ���������and seized the girl's huinl, "LUcie,-  aro you iti?" , -.'���������'  "No," she ansv.-ercd, and straightened' herself up-while a slight blush  spread over her thin face. She took  up her work-bag, and with trembling'  lingers began to cr.oche"'..  The conversation dragged on rather slowly. Mademoiselle asked questions, and Tante Dettchen answeml  ���������them. " She- spoke of the'many sick.  people in the town, and of the ball  which was-to take place that night-  It was the twenty-fifth 'aanivorsary  of the founding "of those; reunions,,  Dettchen related, and war- to bo celebrated with special splendor this  year. ' ficlma was to wear a green  dress with dots-on it like dew-drops,-  and iho garniture .'"was to'bu-water  lilies .and grasses ' she announced  when asked about tho toilets.'  "Oh, how poetical!" cried mademoiselle!. "Hortense once wore^ such  a. dress���������of course silk ��������� and tulle���������  magnifiquc! She was" bewitching  that evening. My dear, does he  dance?"  ���������'Who? Ah, no1! I don't think ho  cares at all for such things; but iis  ho lives hero he has to take part in  them���������you understand?"^ - ;-i  Tlio wrords stuck in Tante Dett-  chcii's mouth; sho could not-say his  name before this  girl.    In  her   em-  ENGLISH PREACHER  STIRS UP DRY-BONES IN UNCONVENTIONAL STYLE *1N QUEEN .'CITY.,  pro-  really  to  do  bo  ih  ho  I wore. .Yiinii-  '������.��������� Iieri'eli'.       I  ���������o   you   giie;v.,  ��������� '. think how  ill, I hope  ul. r)ii'i.Ntm;iK,  I me lhe jour-  be!  rvpei't ,!'iii,sl,'i  ol  H  hor  llie  The  Uie  barrassment she looked at her silver  watch, which slio wore on a hair  chain with gold slides, and said:  "A quarter to six already! I really  must���������"  "Oh, heavens!." cried mademoiselle.  '���������'V.'hy, you have only just como;'and  my maraschino���������cro.no���������^Lucie, plotiso  ring."     "  Tho girl rose.  "Oh, thank you, thank you,  tested Fraulein  Adler, , "but I  must go.    I W;int to help Helmli  drops,   for  Clara  has  enough  to  with���������horself.    I��������� think tliey jnuat  waiting for mo,"  She would not allow herr-clf to  detained, Lucie put her ' wadded  nian'tlc round her shoulders, nnd  gave lier'hor hood.  "This has boen a great honor to  mo," said Tn.iito Dettchen, in. a shy.  timid way to mademoiselle, who wns  accompanying her to the door with  the airs of a. princess, ''Many  thanks, ��������� ���������heartfelt, thanks for -your  kindwws. Farewell, Lucie. I luul  an umbrella���������--many ilu'inks."  Lucie* stood r.t the window nnd  watched her trip through the mn;\v  across tlie court-yard, accompanied  by l'eter.  "llow dull you uro!" grumbled lim.-  demoi.selle,  Lint the girl did not,1 niiHWnr; Klu*  Was staring across whore., through  Die gnfc;\ thu). Tante i)olteh<'ii ImrJ  Just, passed, a man's figure wiih entering, i'etnr',s Innlorn cast a flickering ray of light, upon hliu un llifl  gat" shut behind him, and tliey (.nm,}  up <o (lie house. Liicln saw tlmt a  little figure was accoiiipaii;, iug the  Hlriinger. Willi n slurt she dvew  bad;  and hurried  ntif, of I he room,  "Whnt is the mut ter?" cried nm-  demoiselle; but I.ucie hud alrauly  opened  the door,  "tli'orge!" nlm cried, br^ai IiIi'mkIv,  "Ih  it  ynu?"  There ,wn������ u nolo of joy In lier  voice; he hud come to her, he had not  quito forgotten  her!  CIIAI'TKlt W'XJII.  Tho Oborforslor ntood in f ho hull,  with Iiiii youngest little girl |m\miIu  him, He touk off his fur cap ni'id  Htrelched  mil   his hnnd  in  l.uci<������,  "Vev," he said.  "It   Ih  I.  I  mihivd  the  t im in   ill   I ,  so  I  ba\e uri'lved  Vory lule, I wn nt nl io spe.il, in  you,     !,ueio"���������������he    Kiopped-���������    "������n4  I    ilist 11������-11ift*.*-   \Mll'.'"  rhe hIiooU her head. "No, no,"  ���������ho iiiiswored, and looked up at Itfiu,  Ifn Miuincil so depioh.scd, so iiiiich  older.  .M.idi'liioi'-elle, uliolmd been }}>;tt*/i-  ing, Kiiin lue iiotir iioihiI.n. >Hiat i<iie  MlH Was liol imerestiiig lo lier.  l'eter had goin- a Way after netting  the laiilerii down oif ilie lloor in Iho  liulj. The three wens Mill Htiiinlliig  in thn cold vosl ibitlo.  "I nm ko cold," said tho llttlft  girl, in a ti-ariul voice.  "i'nine." l'.iid I ui'ie, nml went toward I lie ������t;i il"- . 'I lli'll site | lll'lied  ami led the iiue%per|,ed giicM.s lulu  , ��������� ��������� dlnliif.'-i >>��������� i.i. TL-.'v *���������-.'> flill  I .-������������������!.a' fire I'll i!i" hi'ari'i. and onn of  j   be  lamii'-i     v. im  m ill  li jhti'd  in ife  j ��������� .  .itif-if-;'  niiv    ,.i'  \,���������",'.<��������� m   ;   i   ir;,-  I   - -  . i, ,   ,.,,  (To lx> (.oiitliiiifd )  Hai Many Witty Snyings-Stylo jsntl 3Iat-  tor Vevy Unconveutionul, UoweTei-���������  Numerous Hit^ at. Socloty���������Mui'U Guy  l'earse's Conception oC Chvist-DcllMi-  tions of  Ktlqiioltc��������� Tolliii's uml l'ortU  nent Zllu.tlrutioiiN. ,'  \     ���������  ,  Mark    Guy    Poarse is   a...nanlc-,.to  conjure with in Methodist circles in  England, and haa become,^ indeed,  familiar in every household wherever the English language is spoken.  By .his work in tho slums of London  and his published sermons and  sketches he has won for himself a  reputation equalled only by a few of  tho preachers of to-day. His tippcar-,  ance recently in Toronto was, therefore, naturally.., tho occasion of con-,  siderablo excitement, extreme eagerness being (displayed to see and hear  what .manner of man he is.'  Altogether he gave threo addresses  orifctho Sunday ho was in ,tho Queen  City, preaching in the morning" in  Sherbourno street Methodist Church,  delivering a lecture to men during  the afternoon, and preaching again  in Parkdalo Methodist, Church at'  night; ��������� jand on each occasion an immense crowd gathered'to.'hear'him.  Mr. Pearse has little, of the pulpit  about him. There is nothing stereotyped either in his appearanco or his  method of preaching. Ho looks more  like ;an old-fashionod ���������English,, squire  than a minister. Of medium height,  with a broad, rubicund, clean-shaven  face, eyes forever twinkling, a fringe  of grey curly hair "und, a portly presence, he is the very picttii'o of''goodnature and jollity.. His style is lteres-  focdiam Indeed, he may. be described a.s the Lord Charles-;Beresford'of  the pulpit. Kaccy, breezy, witty^and  fresh, his manner of delivery and  matter are.; like a breath from 'the  salt soa, refreshing, stimulating and  invigorating.  . He is .entirely unconventional. Hia  voice has none of, the pulpit tone. He  stands arid talks in a conventional  way, as if ho wore, speaking to a  friend.     At  the  outset he is   some  what abrupt; dis utterance rapid and  ������^.w-and^-gHVHi^^  touch of the falsetto about it; but it  soon steadies down into a calm,  even note, that is only changed w;hen  ho gives expression/to somo particularly thrilling' or patlictic 'passage.  Then tho whole man becomes transfigured. His face shines, his form  .seems to gain in dignity and power,  and his* every word becomes a living  force, Ploying his audience'to the  deepest fibres of thoir being.  His favorite attitude is leaning  over the desk .with his hands clasped  boforo him while lio'chats familiarly  with his listeners. ; .But. -sometiinos  his. subject masters him, and lio hi'u  himself, erect, and moves rapidly  about tho platform, . R0.stietilat.jii~  freely, apparently unable to keep' ,  still, under tiie force stirring within!  him.-  Jn the strict sense of'the word ho '  does not preach a sermon.   Ho   has!  neither  on  exordiun  nor peroration, |  Ho i.s neither a textical nor >\ topical  preacher,   Though ho keeps close   to  his text, .and announces also a .'subject, bo nmUofl.no uf tempt to treat al  either oNtonpively.   It is .human   lifo  n.i lio liafl knov.'n it; hiinmn llfo with  its .sorrow and cure, ItR (ninlens and.  struggles, and in discussing (hose, ho  presents to his nudibneo a ,f,"ries j of  word piotiiri'K, nil of thoin vivid, all  of thetti reiil nnd ench li^iirlng n uies- j  Hngo. , In his'linncto Iho Biblo ia  not  ������i- book of, tho di'iul past, but of tho  living piVHi'iitj   Ho tiikcs tlio cliftruc-  t'era lie   may 'bo    dealing with   nml  clothes thorn with modern gni'h, gives  them  n modern  sen ing,  and makes <-  thom hreailiq nnil i������nt uml, spi'iik like  men and women-of thii iiresi-iit..  In i'lukihilo Aleiboili.st L'hiiivh, his  ft'.\t was Ahil.llii.iw, ll;li), lie* imule  it iliu ineniiu of conveying to libs  nudi'.'iicc hin conception of Christ,  Beginning with i ho coinract befvvi'i'n  .John tho Jlii[)(>;l. uml Chrl.sl, hiV'.ein-  pliiisi/ed tho nUmfiiei-H of the former  uud tlio brother!jiu'SH of tho latter.  ���������John was a voir/? in (he wlldeine.'-x;  his place of abode, h!n wn,v of ,llv������ j  Ing, his iipponraiirn uml evrrylhing  t'imiieoieil n-Jili liiui, nil tiiipiii'utod  hhn from lli.n rest of iitt'utkiiiil. "L  don't iliinN," >aid Mr. i'l-iiiw., in ;  concluding ins ikwripi ion ni duhii,  ���������".but anybody Wou'd hnvn hhI^oiI  him to a v.eikbn;;'. I 'i.iiow I wouldn't  in mine," ' "    "       ;  un  ihe other hind,  Christ was oiv j  Willi   nil     liiifiKiuity.     Dm fiiet   iiuin-  knul ni .nei'y point,   Ho was intensely   !""���������:!,   ;���������-!    t!--    t;..   ;.l|   !    !:,d  lo   lmvo     wiih   ibein   nt   iln>  i������������stlvi������i  board.       Thoro  wiih a  wedding   nt. '  (.'una of tijililcit, and Jfo wiih ihtf one  tliey    iltought.    of tusking lil'M.    J In  was the one uInu wh.o wjih Uild that  lhe viifi-i had gheii ������������ti(, mid who wltw  <l.\pected   tC������   MHtlpl.V  HlO  l������ll'k, '  It was* a   Joyous Chrita Hint   ?.!r,  Vemao   portrayed-'a    ChrittL   whtsm  proioncK iiiciini. glitiiiiehw mul tlnr ������li������-  j peiling   of   gloom;   a    t'hviat   who  lirbught. hnppiiieMl \o ihi������ xml honrt,  ' who fed the liuiiijjry, who |ii>������led tho  iHicli,    nntl    rlmi)i;.������l     the    Iidum'     of  j mourning    into the' bonne of wjote-  i ing.  ViiHi illn.sfhition after iilnntration  Mr. l'.'.iiw.. li.-nvc ili-������ truth ho-u,-,  0:ib of the i'.loi.'ii he udd lu ai Ing  upon JiiH i;v-ino was particularly  ' l.ai'i-... il ������������;.���������. ������.ii i''.|n>. ii in1,- ui iii,>  l'       '    <        .       ���������-,    . i  I ,  .       ..        '    .     ..,'.,.   Al.       L   ',.   ���������  ' paid to him, the only one in all his  life.     He was calling upon'  an   old  woman,  and during his visit a neighbor came to the door.   ^On looking  in the neighbor observed'Mr'i Poarse  | and turned to, go, saying that since  i the    old.,    woman had company ffehe  i wouldn't come in but would   return  later oh.   Tlie pld woman,! however,  would not hear of the neighbqr; leaving.   "Como    in!     Como in!";   she'  cried shrilly.     "There   ain't nobody  here but    Mr.  Pcurscand he   ain't  nobody."   ,Chrj,sC   was    not "com-  ! pany." ,, Ho'Was   ono of th'efamjly  ! for whom no preparation required tb  h<=i made When lid came,  nnd whoso  i presence was a source of no digcom-  'fojr.t to tho persons in the home.  |     Alr.v l'earso's  a^rmon  w'n,s  full    of  1 bright' sayijyjs.    Tho    worst   thing  j that could bo    snid  about anybody  Vw'as not that ho didn't pay his debts'  or Uiat  ho got  drunk,  but that ho  was.not at ail jiarticular with whom  he mixed.  Tho advantage of a man belonging  to the aristocracy was that  he had  | a grandfather and   a   great   grandfather.  Hitting at the aloofness of the  clergy from -the laity, Mr, Poarse  said that the pulpit was a. long way  up in Ihe-.dayfl when he was a boy.  Thero were 'soIne minister'!' who tried  to find out (Jod with a grammar and  a.dictionary.'. Ho had also, said Mr.  Poarse, seen good people' look so  good that he novor wanted to be  good himself.  ^Quoting a certain .Sister Mary, who  is working in thc l^ondon shims; he  decUv';ed that tho truest equality that  we/yjpuld have with another was to  cat with that person.  ,;I suppose," said Me. Poarse, . in  another passage, ���������'you'M> rate collections in this country. I'm very sorry for you, but 1 thought you had,  wo "have too."  "Morality's .much a matter of  size," remarked Mr. Poarse, during a  reference to Zacchcus, "A man. ���������! ft.  6 has to do a lot not expected of a  man G ft. 4."  Mr. Fears������ had something to say  about fishing. Fishing weus working  hard and doing nothing. What' a  fool ho was who went fishing without a baft.; "Put a bait on, man!  Put a bait on!" added Mr. Peaise.  Four o'clock in the morning was a.  time when a man felt cokiV-'so awfully cold,, and hungry���������so awfully  hungry, and he didn't JuioW if he  loved anybody.  .^l)cn would thc chinches begin  to  Vise*  ciarca to be an invention capable ol  destroying any fleet or fortress in  thc world. When first he made ,hia  announcement, it was referred to a  secret committee consisting of the  Duke of York, Lord; Keith, Lord Ex-  mouth, and the two Cohgreavos; who  pronounced it "infallible, irresistible,  but inhuman." It was on the latter  ground alone. that the scheme, was  not adopted. When the investor entered the forvico of Chili, the-Princo  liegent extracted from him a solcimn  pledge that he would never betray his'  knowledge to any othor power. Ho  kept his prOinisV. and though the  plans wore reconsidered, and, tlwir-  .adoption advocated when tho Crimean War hroke out, tho matter was  allowed to lio in abeyance.  Fcrtli  Ucllais Tor iv Hotel.  A medical man in Ko\a Scotia i3  in a fair way to make a good thing  out of a recent hotel invest nunt. He  bought a vacant hotel building and  shipped it to .Sydney,/where hu is  uow having it. erected. This building cost 815,000. Tho do dor bought  it for ������40 and is mauing improvements and ciiiargi'iig it (o such an  extent that ii will bo .worth, when  ���������comoletc in Svdnev.  about SO.OUO.  APHORISMS.  usual question asked a man was if  ho were prepared to die. Did it never occur to anybody to ask if he was  able to live?  It was a-poor, maimed gospel tliat  saved people's souls on Sunday  night and forgot, people's bodies on  Monday morning, lie, Mr. l'cnrse,  had" heard the other dny of a Judy  who gave'a hungry man a tract, and  inad/p him "swoar. Tho proper thing'  to have dono was to have wrapped  the, tract round a dinner and given  him thnt.  Mr. Pohrso's definition of et iqin.-tlo  was biting in its ironv. "The proper thing," he said, "lo do,' don't  you know?   That's etiquette."  In all things if is better to hope than  dospuir.���������Goethe.  ' Adversity borrows its sharpest sling  from onr impatience.���������Bishop Home.  lie alone is an acute observer who  can observe .-minutely without being  observed.���������La vu ter.  If. the ancients left us ideas< to .our  credit be it spoken, wo moderns are  building- houses for tbeiu.���������A. B. AI-  cot t.  Money dishonestly acquired is never  worth its cost, while a-good conscience  never costs as much as it is worth.���������J.  P. Sonn.  The ono,:who will be found in trial  capable of great acts cl ,love is ever ,'the  one who is always doiugVconsider'ate  small ones.���������F. W.'Robertson.:*   "  To be humble to superiors is duty; to  cqinils is courtesy.,to inferiors is .po-  bleness. and to all safety, it being a  virtue that, for all its lowliness," com-  mnndeth those^it stoops to.���������Sir-T.  Moro.  JTlie ynlja_ oin Vacation.  " COCK O' THE WOODS."  another A|,t������mpt   Maine  Blade   to Intro.  due* tl>*������ Cuporcall/.le.  An flTort is being mnde to stock  Ontario forests with cnporoaib.ics,  Iho famous ,game bird of northern  Kurop'o, I'nder the direction of Mr,  'J'Jioniiirt (.'ib.'ion, (.'iroctor of Provincial Parks, .'10 birds have beon imported from Norway und were recently released in Algonquin Park. The  greatest care was Kikon with the  shipment, and tho bii'ds wore in good  sJinpo when released,  Tliey cost tfM each in Sweden, arid  tho cost of transport a tion was no  siiuill nmoimt, A Hpocial comniiK-  hioiicr wan sent m New York turnout  them, and tako them to their, new  home.  Tho oapoi'cnll/.le- is a. largo, glosR.v,  bhick groii.'i-, anil (,:< il thrive in all  tho pine forests of Nnrfhern l-'uropu,  il in thought that It should get  along in Ontario. It bri'nmn exiiuct.  in Si.'otlniid mid Ireland during the  olghteoiith century, nnd hi\K been  reiiitroilucrd to tho High hinds by  methods siinlWir to thoi-:o now adopf-  <*d hy tho Ontario Oovommonf. Tho  bird Ih familiarly known as "Cock o'  tho W'nodB."  An olfovt wns lornterly ni(idcl������y Mr,  OibHon and thivn tyevv import oil.  They Wore plueed in IjnnilcnM Pni'k on  Luko Vfi'ie nnd tlio wou'lhoi' turned,  vory warm. Tn mnko (hem- moro  comfort a bio thoir hooper moved tbem  t.o a liluidy, cool plnco, nnd next  morning found thoir IhroulH had  been <���������������( by ii, Wf������Hul.''     '  ll. is hoped this frliil will have  bottor luck, Mr. Olbson, who Ik still  In Northern Ontario, koxv tliom    ro-  H-.i.ii-u,    .iliu   :.,,,���������,!.   tiuit   iiim.si,   Ol     iiiulu  Vo"e ������tv.it;;ht nj> jmii! v.int |,l'f ji,, l])/.  wildornof'H. Other.H were moro nlleei-  eil by On' two wooUm' conflnoini'iit,  Imt utter hobbling around for a fow  irilnutoH thoy, too, took to the  woods,  A vacation pay? its" much fronTTlie ~  standpoint'of character as-from any  other t'oiut of view., Just as "every  man is a rascal when ho is sicli," so the  bo'St intontioncd man in the world may  be :t brute when ho is woin out physically and winking and planning ot  trying to do i*?o wiih a fagged, weary  brain. The brutal qualities in a man's  naturo conic tp the'surface when 'ho  haa drained his vitality to tho dregs.  Ho loses his self cpatrol and Ills passions got tho better of -him. lie doa*  things which in his i-oul ho condemns  and says things for which bo aftpr-  Av.'irtl hates himself, and all been uso ho  lacks pliysical-Stahiina. Tlio long strain  of the year has iuird.o-hini so Indtahlo  and exacting that: tlio iriorest triflo itp-  siils lilm. Ho goes all to pieces .over  littlo .tilings which .ho would not oVcu  notice if ho wx're in good bodily condb  tion.���������Success. ',  Sooins Wiil\ Onei Eyo.  A great ninny, perhaps the ninjoviiy,  of othorwiso well,, in Conned pooplo be*  Jiovo' that thoy .m.t tho same with ono  oyo ns wiih bdlh e.yCs, That this is not  llioicase, oijii can easily convince himself by tho following simple cxpoH-  inoiit: Cover ono' of-tho oyos with a  hnnd or n tuindago hnd lot tho experimenter nUompMflsiiuiT out i ennrflo  suddonly placed within a few feet of  hlht. IIo;' will iithiiost liivnrlnbly, miss  tho flfituoi: .'viiher ovorronohlng, midor-  reaching or p'litthig tho Dngorsitoo far  to Iho; right or' li'fi of tlio flawe. With  bolh eyes n'ohnaliiMl open tho accoiii-  moihilloii for dlHhinoo ������������d Ulrccllott Is  Instil nttinoous. '  Wnnlilnur n dwffntor,  Sometimes n h won tor Hint hns town  Rontotit to bo Inundorod will como buck  illslorlotl In ..Hlmpo. ofton It Is tim  Bloovos, which will bo nbbrovlnted to  nolhliig ot* tsti'otohod to.jtimpst tAvlco  lliolr ifnttintl longtli. in tlio Inttor enso,  .jirootti'o Boino" Illicit bonrds,' just tho  bmgth Hifitybu would hnvo tho sleeves.  Dip tiio sioeyofi liilo boiling \vntt������r, pusb  n board Inl'o onch so ns to stroleh It  trnnsvoisoly, liion dry In Iho bot sun.  Whon dry, clip ngiiiii In boiling water,  this tlmo slightly sulltxl, und dry iigubi  In tbo win on tho bonnlfl.  1.������ifl Wuiuimii������l*l'������ ������������rbvari.  T.ortl Itimdoiinhl, wbo oommnnda  tbo ('nrindiiiii miliiin, Is the proud  j������onHi'WH/r' of a grundlather, who,  Uioiigh Jong (Imd. ir.ny yet provothn  Hiilviitlun of (lie Mi'lH.vh l'!mp|rr> hi  iimti <������i need, Suniuwlietii ut Whilo.  hall there ovists n H*erot of which  the nation w<������uld probabiy want io  hour, mor* wero fii'itnin over thrrut-  m.d with ssituiiimiJ ' It is tji������ "h-  cret w.;r plan" of Athniinl < oi hraiio,  tcntli I''������rl of Ihiiuhninld, graml-  uulier ut the gallant    foldier    who  ..'..,,.      '.i.l)     '.���������>..'      '���������(..���������-!.���������������, li       \\t,t. I,| ���������  An Olil tTewUh Cemetery.  Iho wont JiuoroNUiig night m I'nxiixi*  ia (he oiU ./ew i..h tciucturj. It iti In (ho  conlcr ol' tbo .'oily, siirrouiidod by thick  wnlls. 'J'hcre uro thousands of nnclont  unciss covered finis, somo bonring in*  scrlplioiiM of grout nnllqulty which only  IJobretv flchohir* ������tn decipher, ilia  oomotory In utiunod, but no other .low*  fsh burlnl ground In Enropo can com-  pnro with It for ngo or gcnornl Intercut  to tho antiquarian.  An t'm'ulr Iltnl.  "Tried to ������klu me, tbnt ���������orlbblc*  UUU"  "Whntdldhowfliitr  . *'\<rflntrtl to c������t otit n book Jointly, h*  fo Write tho book and I to wrlto tho nil-  vertlsomonta, I turned bim down, !  wasn't going to da nl) tbo literary  *VwiW','' /  THB CUMBERLAND NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  A dentist -n AToscow ia 'a wonder  in his line. He has iavSnted a system by which fajso teeth can b-o made  to adhere to the gums so firmly that  in three months it is difficult to extract them, This Russian tooth-  graftor hopes in time to be ablo to  rival nature by. making artificial  grinders tliat ache.  $100 Reward $100.  Tho reader!? of this paper will bo planned t<������  lcqV������ that there Ih at !������������ one dreaded disease  thM eclence has been nblo to euro In all,Us  stMc*. and that is ���������'Catarrh. ��������� Hall's Catan-h  cure Is the only positive cure now known to the  modlral fraternity. Catarrh bclns a constitutional disease, rtquires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,  art!ns directly:upon the blood ami mucous sUr-  Tao'-fl of thtv> system, thereby destroying tho  foundation of the -llscase. and givlns the patient strength by building up, the constitution  nnd nsulstlnf? nature in doing its work. Tho  prflptletors have eo mush faith in its curative  powor?, that they offer One Hundrf.l Dollars  for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list  of tnailmonlalD.   Address       . .  V. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.  So'.! by all druptclsts. Tie.  Hull's Faintly 2'llls are the best. ^  It!?.easier foe the average wopmn  to land a husbtincl than it is to keep  him landed.  ENCLIsiTsMwTuNIMEHT  Removes all hard, eott or, calloused  lumps and blemishes Irom horses, hlood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone, aweeney,  itilies, sprains; cures sore and awoollen  throat, coughs, etc. Save $50 by the  um of one bottle. Warranted the most  wonderful Blemish Curo ever known.  Sold by all druggists.  'I  HEA  I f"*   to a strictl? commission firm���������T������T _ .  THOMPSON, SONS & CO.       jf  Write to-day for    GRAIN   COMMISSION MERCHANTS  particulars. ^Vlnnlpeg.  RL!  A law recently Mac led" by the Legislature of Louisiana punishes with  imprisonment and hard labor husbands who desert or fail to support  their wives and children. Thc wives  of lazy husbands hang over the mantel a framed copy of the law, with  this query in red ink, "JNow Will You  He Good '?"  Lnver's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant Soap Powdor is a boon to any  home.- It disinfects and cleans at the  same time. 30  Explorers have reached  within 23$  miles of the North- Pole, but no ono  has yot approached nearer than 772  miles of the South Pole.  >Jcar Sirs,���������! was for seven years ������������  sulVror from Bronchial trouble, and  would bo so hoarse at times that I  .oxsld scarcely speak albovc a whisper,  f got no reliefn from anything till I  tried your 'MINARD'S HONEY BALAAM. Two bottles gavo relief and  six made u complete cure. I would  heartily recommend it to anyone suffering from throat or lung troublo.  J, F. A'ANBDSKIRK.  , I'Yadorictoh.  ftaroe ot tho healthiest and most  gracefully formed peoplo 6t Etirope  are tho gypsies-of Hungary. Thoy  aro rarely ill, thoir cheeks aro roso-  wnlcd, and so puro is their blood  Vhat their wounds .quickly hoal without tho application of medicaments.  Dr. J. D, Hollow's Dysentery Cordial  iw.it "iiooily euro for d.VBPiitory. dhp-rhooa.  liholom, Hunmior complaint, moiv HlckuoaH  nnd complaints incidontal to children  tcotliiiiK- It 'KlvoH Immediate relief to  thnno KUlTorhiK from the olfocts of indiH-  cretion hi (mtincr unripe fruit,'cucumlmni.  me. It iict-H with wonderful rapidity and  Hovnr tivilH to conquer tho diHoani>. No  ono itccrl four cholera If thoy. huvo 11, hot-  yh* of thiu modiclno convenient,  An eloctricnl gridiron' has boon do-  vlnotl to kill flloH. It Htandfi vertically, and tho moment n fly nlights-ii()-  (ui It; doath ensues from electric  shock, Tho tlonil. fly'drops ,onto a  horizontal whelf uiidornoath,  Holploss a������ a Bqlty.-sonth Amo i-  can Tlhaiimntlc Cure Htrlkon tho root of  Um nlliucnt nnil HtrikflH it oulrli, li, W,  Wrlirlit, 10 Pnnlol id root, llrockvlllo, On-  tnrlo, for twolvo ycurs a irrcnt HiifTi-rer  from I'IiouiiiiiUhiii, t'ouldn't wiihIi himself,  toed nliiiHttlf or droim hlniKOlf, Aftof tin-  luu six bottlcH wuh ablo to ito to work,  und Htiyn : "I think pain lum left mo  M������wor."-S(l.  1'Vvr of u������ mmingo   to   koop pneo  with oui' good Intentions.  Hho���������-Did your lather llvo to a groen  old ago 7 Ho���������Hurt). Hu wuh nwlnd-  lod wovorul tluioH n'ftpr ho wun 75,  Vory tow mon aro clbvnr cnoiifflt to  Uo well, yot thoy all keep trying It.  Neglect a cough and contract  consumption.     |  Shiloh's  ion  ^Utl^C   Tho Lung Tonic  cures consumption���������  but don't leave it too long,  Try it now.  Vour money back Jf it doesn't '  benefit you.  Prices 25c, 50c, ond $1.00  s. c, wrlui h co.  Toronto, Cm,        URoy, N.V.      t  Do You  SOME ONE TO HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS f\  TO CONSICN YOUR ORAM TO A ULIASIE FIRM    /  PROMPT SERVICE AND CAREFUL ATTENTION S  It am, tha undersigned want* your business and will endearor to give oatl������f������ctton*  Cash adranoed on consignments.    Bcference;   Union Bank ot Canada.  Thi oldest established Grain Commission  Merchant in Winnipeg.  Grain Exohange. Winnipeg.  S. SF������IIMK  Maclennan Bros.,  GRAIN   MERCHANTS,  Telephone 1490. P. O. Box 585  Mclntyro Block, 304, Winnipeg.  Wheat, nod jjnihi of .-ill kinds Car  Xotul I^otn a Specialty. lingular nd-  vances ou Bills of Lmtius.  Write or wiro u* for Track V.OU, or  Coii8i(j;n Your Oiulu to hh, which' wo  will soil for .ronr nccoutit, <m yourap-'  proval to highest bidder.  THE CODE IN ANCIENTTIMCS  Fauioij.H   Dncl  I:i  tUc  Vayn  ot  Good  .Queen Anuo,  In the reigu of good Queen Anne  duels were no less frequent than In  the rowdy, riotous days of Charles II.  Lord Mohun, a dissolute, remorseless  nobleman, was the terror of honest  London citizens at this time, and  many were the infamous escapades in  which he played chief character. He  was guilty of one act wllleh iicai'S no  other name than that of murder���������the  killing of poor Mountford, the actor,  in cold blood because he endeavored to  protect the honor of Mrs. Bracegirdlo.  the famous and beautiful actress. It  was Lord Mohun who fought and killed the Duke of Hamilton, an affair  which all will remember who have  read Thackeray's great novel, "Esmond."  .The duel waa fought with swords in  Hyde park, tho challenge having been  sent by Mohun to the duke, who had,  with perfect accuracy, stated that one  of Mohuii's creatures "had neither  truth uor justice in him." The Duke  of Hamilton received a wound'in t.he  right side of the leg about seven inches  long, another in the right arm, a third  in the upper part of the breast, running downward toward the body; a  fourth on the outside of the left leg.  Lord Mohun himseif was mortally  -w,ounded,_reeeiving__aJarge_w_ound_in  the groin, anothor In the right side  through the body, in which the sword  plunged right up to the hilt, and a  .third iu his arm. There Is no doubt  he rightly deserved hia" death, because,  departing from the rules v of fence  among men of honor, he.'ftuorten'ecl his  sword, thrust under his opponent's  guard and stubbed the duke in tht  manner of a common assassin,...  WAS INCURABLE  BDT IS CURED  Joseph   Boon   at   Work   Again  v     After Seven Years Illness.  Hlsflhnriyod from tlie Hospital as Incurable  ho used Dodd'a Kidney Pills "With  Splujidid Kesulls.  Cottle's Cove, New Bay, Nfld.. Nov.  8.���������(Special).���������After being  for seven  years a hopeless invalid,   unable   to  work and racked by aches and pains.  1 Joseph Boone, of this place, is back  j at his old  work as a lishormaii.     It  . sounds like a miracle, but it :'b not���������  j if was Kidney Disease was the matter  with him.     Dodd's Kidney Pills  cured him.  "It is something worth relating  what Dodd's Kidney Pills have dono  lor me," says Mr. Boone, "and I am  glad to tell it. I had doctored with  several doctors and after 7 months  in the hospital was sent home as ifc  curable.  "Richard Quirk, who had been cur-  ,ed by Dodd's Kidnoy Pills, advised  me to try them and I did. I took  ' 21 boxes beforo I was able to go to  work. But I can hardly believe it is  myself is in it at all after all thoso  years of suffering."  llodd.'s,_Ki dne.y__P,i Ils���������ne_ver���������fail ^ _t_a  .Tttnanschek Got Even.  The folio-Wing inciaent, which occurred in ��������� Washington some".years ago,  illustrates , Mme. Janauschek's determination of character and mlnuto sense  Of justice; .'',,.'.     ;;���������'  She was staying at a hotel whose  management was noted for Its small-  ness. She chanced to break a washbowl and when hor bill came found  that'sho was charged with an entire  toilet sot.  "I only*broke,a washbowl," she said  to tho manager.  "But It was a portion, of tho sot," waa  tho answer.  Sho mado no further protest. Presently tho occupants of rooms looking  on an inner court woro startlod by a  crash. It wns followed by another.  Thu manager rushed to Janauschek's  rpom, from whoso windows chlnaware  <v'aa being: thrown."  "What's all tills?" ho naked.  "It Is,my toilet sot," alio answered ns  Bho poised tho last ploco on tho, window sill. "I purchased it, and I urn  disposing of lt according to my own  idons." :__   cure all forms of Kidnoy Disease from"  Backache to Brig-hfs Disease. Thousands of cured will tell you so.  A cuMoub superstition prevails in  thc highlands of Scotland, that if a  cat be carried in a cart, and the  wind blow from it to- tho horses, the  latter immediately tire; and if any  part of the driver's clothing be made  from catskin, tho horses will feel as  if thoy were drawing a double burden.     Jf; ':.''   "  llow Yeniit Worka,  Tlio growth of tho yeast plant la so  rapid that Its Individual cells can bo  soon undor tho microscope to spring up  ns buds upon tlio pttront coll nnd to  Brow to full size, Thoso prosontly give  off buds themselves thnt expand in  llko manner. In thu onso of tho yeast  plant tlio colls remain attnehod to onch  other nnd thus form branches of elongated cells fixed ond to end. In other  cases tbe buds drop off, so that tlie  plant novor tnkos nny definite shnpe,  but remains as n mass of froo cells,  If a now bell bo forraod ovory mlnuto  by euoh of tho colls present you mny  calculate the uumber thnt will be produced in an hour. Thus nt tbo end of  tlio flint minute tbero will bo two, ln  two minutes four, In thr?,* minutes  ciRhC, and so on. Ux live minutes there  will be thirty-two, In ton minutes tho  number will bavo Increased to 1,024,  and In flftooa minutes thoro will bo  82,708 colls.- _  Hath.,  Baths should novor be taken just  iftor n moal and proforably at least  throe hours nflerentlng.  Hook*.  Thoro nre .many books In the world  nnd few yearn In whlcli to rend thera;  why should I spend ovon nn hour In  reiullujr ont������ thnt kIvcs me loss pleasure  und does mo less good when I con be  rend In i,' one from which 1 sot moro  pleasure and prollt?  new s  Powder  is   a  Catarrh   Cure that  Cures CoSds and Catarrh,  Actually, .positively, indisputhJbly, Irrefutably-euros Colds and Catarrh,!  Not dl'wnys'wltli first'application'? although even that invariably brings  relief in io minutes. Sold by" all  DriigtflKts. ' ;  Itut lt Cui'tm, It Onros Colds aud Catarrh I  10  Somo men are so gonorous thoy  plvo their wivuw l'boral allowances,  and then win it back from thom at  poker. *  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget io Cows.  Tt in sa'd that a fflnglo grain of  gold'," nftor'having'been converted into gold loaf, will cover t'arty-His  iKimire inches.  Hor Honrt llko a  Polluted  Sfirlnff -Mrs. .TntnoH BHfflcy, Peloe  iHlaiid, Out,, unys : "t wi\������ for llvo yonrs  nflllotPil with ilv".n������o|>������liv, conntlnntlon,  honrt ������llHOft������o and rmrvotm nrostrntion, I  curod tho honrt troublo with Pr, Atrriow's  Ouro for tho lloiirt, unci tho othor rill-  inontH vivnlHhod llko mint, Hnd rollof In  httlf (in hour nftor tho first dows,' -fi,,  Ho (on tho beach)���������What a pity to  go Into tho water with that pretty  bathing, suit. Hho���������Oh, I nm not going into the witter. Thin Is the suit  I tuko my sun Jiath in.  Thore nro a ntimboi* of vftrlotion of  coniH, Uollawiiy'H Corn Cure will remove ony of thfm, Call on your druggist and got a bottlo at onco.  Of tho 8(ooo Young People's Socio-  Mom ul UiriHUau huduavui iu lL'  Unl tod Kingdom move thnn 1.300 nro  associated with tho Baptist churchos,  " Pure soap l" You've heard  the words. In Sunlight  Soap you11 have the fact.  Sunlight  Soap  REDUCES  lik ter the OcUf e������ Im        ������������  Pinto Shell  Cordovan  Mitts and  Gloves      x  ���������Toughest wear, flexible, warm, light  ���������Coil and scorch proof  ���������Pwip and tear proof  ���������Rain and wind proof  ���������ThaAwhat H.B.K. Pinto Shell Cordovan mitts and  - gloves are  ���������Made from the hide of the Western   Bronco, the  toughest animal with the toughest hide,   light  enough-to make mitts and gloves.  ���������Sold by dealers everywhere.  Genuine only with this brand.  Write for "Strayed," the funniest piece of  literaiure ever written about a Bronco���������Fr*e  H. B. R. Warm  DucK Coats  '' H.B.K Duck Coats are warm,  hard wearing garments.   They  are made in scores of styles���������  fleece lined, mackinaw wool lined,-  leather reversible���������high  storm  collars,Jarge  "Kantilever"  unsagable pockets.  Made to keep out the wind and  the cold, the rain and the sleet. Made to keep people warm  Branded' with this brand.  "Sold��������� by'~^t^ate"deaiers~  everywhere,  Hudson Bay Knitting' Co.  MONTREAL. WINNIPEG,  MAKER*  OF  WARM   WEAR.ABLES  FOR   EVERYBODY  I  Why   Not   Buy   hy   Mail?  Whether you require Silverware or Cut Glass for the table,  or Jewelry for your personal aiiprataent, or a good Watch or Clock  for utility, you will find that  You   Can   Save   Money - ^^..-y.  By   Ordering   from   Us  Send for our New Illustrated Catalogue, giving  full description and prices of one of the largest and best selected  clocks oa tho American continent.    Our prices defy competition.  mum'  ;AmbroseKent&$ons.  will noi  down, nml lh������ FACT thnt  Ogilvie's Hungarian  V'lnur N ��������� without, n p������i������r Ib an thor-  ou������li|y hwIin'nUmhI in particular  homi'R, m- in tho fact Unit good broad  can't l������������ inuilo with poor Flour.  A Hiri^ln mirk is nrKumcnt enough  to convince you.  THE OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS  COMPANY LIMITED.  TtoPnuRo 11, ninn rooh around In public btibWInff for tho rlffhtn of hiH follow mon Ih no proof that at homo Im  tloosn't Hloop on hlN wKo'h pillow uh  wnll uh hln own.  TUK FLAOOINO T4NT4RGTRN JWVIV-  KH.'-UoiiMtftnt luifilleHtlon to ������itiHlni*N in  11 ton upon tlio uiutkUm*, ami if thero in*  no rfilnxutlon, laHNliuilo nml i!i������i>ire������nlon  aro Hiiro to Intprvnno, 'I'liono coum from  Htorniinhlc trouhlcH, Th������ wnnt of oxi>r'  i'Iko hrtiiRB on nervous Irromilnrltlnn, nm  lh" Htonuich rwiHOH to nHdlniHiitn food  'iioiwly. ln thlH roiuHtion I'tunu'lfi- >.  Vofffltublo PIIIh will ������iu fouml a iwuik'iu-  live jiOu-i������r, ri'Htorlnjr t ti*> ortrniiN to  hi'iiltlitnl nrtIon, iliHiiclllnir dcnri-Ht-Uin.  <inil rflvivimr tho fliuwiiitf ouoralnN,  Pooplo who havo   n������tlilntr   to   rlo  sortietlmcw think tin1}' aro thobiwiotit.  A wonmn ffotH uh furioiw with tha  woman who won't   atliniro hor husband Uh HllO ({Cl* joiilouH uf tho on-  who dot*.  IiItl-iA I WI-.llH:iM-;,���������l.MiU. turn ui Ur.-  plonvorM of Frpnoh Cnmulu, lout a h������r������d  Mini worn nn Iron hook iih NithNtituto, He  wiih In tho hi������hlt of lioxinu tho earn of  refractory Indians with thin Iron hnnd  nnd they hnvti rormirki'd that It wun  "������ront inwllflne." l������r. 'J'hoinim' Kcli������ctrir  Oil in grunt modlciiie, il tnkuH hold o  pain  with  1111  iron  hnnd  and  knocku it  OUI   0(   tll������   \VhtCI|i.  Many u man  is uulmppy only he-  CaiifcO  llO llL'llt'M'S  Jlilllhi'lf  HO.  W. IM. U. Mo. 4S4, FWCTKD EVERY TUSSOAY..  ������ aoriptSoR ...$2 ooa year,  1*01. B. Bnfceraon, Efcitoiv V  43" Advertisers who want their ad  slanged, should get copy in by  9 *.m. day before issuo.  The Editor will not be responsible for thi?  views, seuttmenfcu, or any errors of composition of lefctor correspondents.  Job Work Strictly C. 6. D.  Transient A.ds Cash in Advance.  Wires���������coutd. fiom first page.  Hon&Kong, Jany. 9 -Garrisons  has suddenly been warned to get  ready for active service. Destination of troops is unknown.  London, Jany. 9- Riitish home  fleet left here to-day for Spanish  coast, after coaling to fullest capacity. Flept'wtll be in readiness to  replace channel squadron in event  of latter being required'to fill vacancies in Mediterranean squadron,  should vessels be ordered thence to  far East.  Port Said, Jany, 9th.���������H. M. S.  , Diana has sailed for East under  rush sealed orders.  (ienoa, Jan. 9���������Japan's armoured  cruisers Kasaga and Ma������in have  left for Suez.  St. Petersburg, Jany. 9th ���������The  second rifle regiment has left for  Korea to p.-otect Russian interests  there.  -   V "������������������-:���������'���������-  Shanghi, Jany 9th.���������Japan has  learned that Russian squad r. n at  liozerta has beon lnstiucted to  shadow Japan's new cruisers, and  ia in readine.-- tn attack them in  went of war being declared.  GONCKRT AT COMOX RAY.  ���������A. most successful concert was  giy.en at the Bay, C������'������mox, on Thvtrs-  (i>iyr 7th inst., by.-.the ladies of tbe  English Church.     Considering.'the''  ������������������stormy evening, there  was. a very  good    attendance    and    tho   pro-  grarnnie was most eivji>yable     The  young ladies who sang the  *'Inter-  ferring parrot"  from   the Geisha,  looked   most  charming  in   their  Japanese costumes, and even more  60 when lh- y all appeared in 'gipsy  JrewB, Miss McDonald singing "I'm  a merry Zingara," and was heartily  *tj\s  hoo!  Statement  For Year ending December 31| 1903  ���������'     RECEIPTS.   T >_,-  Brought; forward '..,,-.. .'i... $123 90  High .School Fees, '���������:....'-.'......";. J 271 00  Government Grant���������High School*., 300 00  :       ".'       '     " /  Public School, 4746 90  Air   Dry  .System.  encorec  St.''Petersburg Jan 9.  There is u I most no horo of a  peaceful solution and public ate *x-  j)eciii.g news of rmitle resulting  from landing of Jnp.tiie.-e troops in  Korea. A battaion sent from Vlad-  ivotfck to prevent the Japanese  from landing. Japan has purchased  four warships from Argentine Re  public.  ' London Npv. 9.  Minister Hayashi says today after  reading RiVBsi'dn reply to Japan's  last npte, *-.".The h..po*oia peace-  .fill'BftUlement is growing less and  lesB. Situation is very grave.  Mr Holmes song, "Don't  you ifCriow," was extremely good  and given in his own inimitable,  style. He received an'enthusiastic  encore, and in response sang some  appropriate political words of his  own composing. Messrs Gibson's  and Thwaite's songs Were encored,  the former having an' extremely  pleasing voice and the latter ex--  celling in the comic element. Mrs  Moore sang very sweetly a song entitled " Stars of 'Normandy,-" and  Mr James gave "The Muddle-Puddle Porier," with humorous effect.  The latter part of th������-programme*  was very much appreciated, being a  farce entitled "'Pound in,"a Four-  Wheeler," All the characters were  extremely well sustained, Mr Wegt-  rup taking the bun.  The refreshments were most ad  mirably managed by Mrs M.I.iet  and Mrs Knight, and many thanks  are due to them both for the tro.'iblo  they took in arranging every-hi tig  ko nicely..    >.  "."The concert, was t> financial s.nc-  "xFssTaTKrtrrWHTSlniTi^^  ed and carried out the prognymne;  deserve* great praise for her painstaking efforts.  Witch-Hazel.  Total' RooeiptSi    85,445 80  ,  mtmtmmtmmmammVfa  EXPENDITURE.  Teachers Salaries:. V   .... $4,742 50  2SS 00  60 00  80 00  G 40  26 10  20 35  20 45  25 55  13 75  4 00  4 40  10 00  . .2 10  7 50  Janitor. .. '..,...;  Scavenger  ,v  Coal....,......'.'...';..'...'.........  Teaming.    ...........  Science Supplies for High School..  Stove*, Pipes, eto,. %. ���������  :.  Water Pipesland Labor,   O&lk, Soap, Brooms and Mops,...  Water,  .;   T. H.;Carpy���������Pontage for 2 years.  Advertising  .......    Renewing 5 Blackboards... -..!.'..'..  .Talegrums,..-....-....'............  Lotting Seats for High School.....  (Cupboard and Shelving  for High  School ;....-   Repairs to School Building,   Odr  facilities  for .Storing   Perishable Articles are now  complete.       Kggs,   Butler,   Game,  Fowl   and   Meats  of  kmOs/StorecFai Reasonable  Rates.  .-���������.*  REWARD wiil be paid for information, leading to the con-  *~\. viol-ion of persons appropriating or destroying our Beer Kegg  7 yo  31 25  Total Expenditure,   S5.356 25  Total Receipts,  Total Expenditure.  .....������5,446 80  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������**   Otout)  _\0  To Balance,      $90 55  High School Pees due���������Fall Term.. $13 00  To Balance Cash     90 55  Total Balance,     $103 55  Reepootful'y submitted,  THOMAS H CAREY,  Secretary.  Phone   27.  UNION BREWING CO., Ltd.  DUNSMTJEtt STREET  P. O. Drawer   45  OF   LOCAL   XISTTEIR/EST  I hereby certify that I have audited the  Books and Vouchors of the City of Cumber-  laud School Boai-4 and find them correct  und properly kept.  F. A, Anley, Auditor.  Negative Plates, a������d Films Developed.  Photo   Printing' done on Developing   and  P. O. Papers.  Photo Supplies of all kinds.  **  *#  **  ##  Use of Dark Room for Amateurs  NEWS PUBLISHING CO.  Tho funeral of little Agnea Marie  Elizabeth Harvey, took place on  Wednesday afternoon from the  >residence of her parents at Sand-'  wick. A short service was conduct-,  ed at tho houso hy Rev. Mr Burner  of Victoria West, and also nt St.  Peter'u Church and cemetery by  Bov. Mr YVillemar, asKistod by Rov,  Mr Bnrbor, The littlo ett������lioi wun  covered with beautiful floral re'  rnembrnncoB cent Irom MinscH Wil-  lomar of Sandwiok, Mrs Diinsimiir,  MrsSnowden, Mm and Missoa Gau-  din, and MrB ,T K. Anderson of  Victoria, The pall-hearers weve  MaBtora Douglas Willemar, Alan  Anderson, and H. nnd A. HridgoH.  Mr Edwards conducted tho funeml  arrangements,  Call and see thn w.ilc'ph at the  Big Store.  Rev, Mr Bnrbor and Mrs and  Mibb Gaudin arrived on Tuesday  evening last to attend the funeral  ol Mr ������r.d Mra Harvey's little  daughter.  We sell Force, Malta Vita, Shredded Wheat Bi������cuitfl< Grape Nuts,  ond Po������tnmfl Cereal Mixture.���������  totaniey ii. iiiggi*.  Hon. Judge Harrison camo up on  County Court duties hu-t week.  lio ft Valtw for ovary dollar in  W ial you got at fbofWner Mloro.  I). McKay who had hia left hnnd  badly manglod laut wo'k, i^ doing  well.  Ladies' Jncketn and Unpen jupt  to hand at tlie Big Biore.  One of the earliest stenm engines  ever,, built is still the main source of  power" in some rolling mills at  Birmingham. It was set up in  1767, and the -original wooden beam  has lately been replaced by an iron  one after 135 years of continuous  ,=orvice. Aside hvrri this iron beam  and a cylinder that was put in new  in 1802, th������ engiue is the same as  at first, ovon to tho connecting rod.  For its ej-ecial purpose the old  engine haa been pronounced more  economical than many modern  enainee, and it is likoly to do duty  many years more.  Cumberland, B.C.,  ' Jany. 11, 1904.  ..To the.*Mayor and Council  of the City of Cumberland,  Gentleman,���������I beg to certify that  ~iJl^ave^-Mrefu^1 \y examined and"  audited the Book^-, Vouchers, and.  Receipts of City of Cuniberl.md ior  year ending JL>e- eajbei-31,'1903, and  find them as folio we:��������� '  RECEIPTS.  Balance cash on hand.im'-of j ear, $   19 59  - " -        - 1795-0..-  13^8 50  314 oo  30 35  3 oo  92150  i*aph������  Recoivfcd from Trade; Lrcencea.  Roal K-itate.........  Hond Tax...   Sidewalk Tux,......  Dog Tax...........  Scavenger'Account.,  Sualo Aconunt   Pulioc Court   Sale of Lime,.,   Pound Acoouut,.  Hall lieac   HOLY   TRINITY CHURCH  SERVICES.  Holy Crimmur.inn evory Sunday nt 8 pm.  ���������first Sunday in the month, ri am.;  Mornitij; service, na.ni.; Sumlay  School, a..io p,in.; Evening service,  7 p.m.; Choir Practice every Friday  at 7.30 p.m. *  V, G, Christmas, Pastor.  I '., ...IlU'.'-'J-E".WgW11..1!.].��������������� *X'Vi'JjLmSV!Sg.tKt  54 00  050  I ..���������  US 50  ������40'.'8 10  EXPKNDITUltE���������1902.  Health Accouut.....,..., $142 25  Drain Account,,.,.,,..,,,,..,,, 1(5 no  Street Aooount ,,.,;......,,..,. 1 ii 90  Muuioiprtl JkiliJiKga. i 200 50  Stable Account ,,,- ; 20 50  Oiflon Aoiouut  7 75  Hfcrtot L'^ht and"Hull Aeo^unt... 50 82  Hull Aoanuut-oFuriiituru  (19 43  Isolation Hotipital  14 CO  UroHding Aiiconnt  60 70  T-uil Account ,  1 75  I'olioe C'riiirt ,., 5 00  liiliniH to Clerk.  25 00  Sftlaritm Aiioouut.. *  155 00  A Fine Assortment of  BAMBOO STANDS, PORCELAIN DESSERT AND  TEA PLATES, TIOA POTS, &c.    TERRA C01vfA ''���������  ' JARDINBRES, TOYS, Ac, Suitaulk von Chkiot-  MA8 Gll-TS.. ... .. ., .,"       .. .,  Silk Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, &c.  ALL JAPANESE WORK}      also WATCHES,  CLOCKS, and JEWELLERY   ..       ..  Call and see them (".  Third Street,  ATA,  Cumberland.  COAL MWE8 RKOULATlON ACT,  Board ok KxAMtuBne,  \T OTICR In hnroby alven that tho follow  1 ' lag oonntltuto tho Hoard of Kxamiiieru  for tho Cnmborlaud Mlno during tho yoar  1904 i-  Apyointol by the Owuurs���������1, Rtohftrd  Short. 2, David Walkflr. Altnnmtwi���������  1, Jamfl-i Utrnna;, 2, Oh at.  Matthewa.  ApHnti-d h>' t-'10 Lieut, ���������Oovcrnor in  Council���������John Krifhy.  Eloood by tlio Miuem���������3, Jamaa IWId,  '?,. John (!imb. AltntniUv*���������1, Wm.  MoL'iln, 3,'Tbomm Iliylcy.  Notki ^Alternates not m Moinben of tho  Ko������rd in lho aWnoo of thone regularly t|������.  pointed or d������otad to aot thoiwn.      '  AM \tcxaotM intt ie������ted m^y ot-*-fi f\i[\ \n  formation by applying to the S������t>ret������ry ol  thi Hoard, Mr John Kf������lcy, ot iimnber*  la. d, B O  Dated thia 3Ut day of fX>oemWr 1903,  KIO'liAUU M< imil������K,  9t IditshW ol hlloaa.  .1871 12  EXPKNPITURR -190<j  Election Awmnut  * 61 B0  iivinivl oi Riiml T x ,..,,.,  Proiitiuiu City Ci^ii'w bond,   Auditor ,   OrtiiM Aui><itwi..,.',.   Ai'V-irtiNing Aioouut   Mto t Auonuiii   tJu.vwtiilt Aim.-u.it   Grant to Fim Unimrtiuout.,   luoldoiitalH���������l)'iiu Department.,..  Tool Atooiint   Hunt 11 Pound ,'. ,,,.  Dog Tugd ,   HiifuiiilU-w Tux   Drain Aou������ui>t,,,   8taMo Aoonuit;--Foi.d..,   Ht.kblo        "        HlaukHmtth..  ..  Wu'er Rate   Refund Tra<i<n Liconuo ,  Struct Lighting to Nov. 30, 1003 .  Health Auoouut    Hill Aooount   Solicitor'* CuHta ro Marooohi, ins,.  Police Court,. ,.,   Oi-rVi) f*,ih-y    T.E, Rmk'i. Sa|-,ry   H, lloniiil'a Hilary.,   Uuuk K.ipftutis   TtaUucn oixh on hand , $571 70  Arr������Mi-m of Ttixca Du..      0D 20  ���������������   Hidewalt Tttxm Duo.  ...     U 116  ���������'   yaavooqor Accouut Duu.,.   I'd'l vft  22 00  (3 00  10 t 0  1������ 0������J  m 16  (1 3fl  70 04  liUO -0  22 00  ll It)  <l  B0  a 16  3 00  21 u  118 40  27 16  ti 00  2 00  344 00  4 60  7 26  IB ou  4 00  '.Ml) it,,  7������1 DO  a 40 on  10 00  iirtfft 40  ...CITY MEAT MARKET...  TO TIIR PUBLIC,  Wo have openod a Piah and'Meat Market and keep only the  ]).������t of Moat* In Stook. Wo oan tiupply Beet hy tho  Quarter ftt 9cts������. und wo de.iire all Boarding Houaei and  ltot,(lM aa wull ua private hounon to enquiro our prloea.  DUNSMUIR AVI5.,  CUMDRUUND.  McKAY BROS.  W2'l M  tuart.irm  CumWlaod Klcutriu Lighting Co.  i\0 HV   **)  Total Aaaete  *W U  Reapcotfuli, aalimittwl,  P. A. ANLKY, AaJit������������r.  FOR SALE BY TKNDJ8K.  Tenders will be received by the under*  p'gnnd at thn nndorrmaitumud addreaa np to  fD.ii, ...   ..i...j,   >.> .1    .������ j]   .. 1^   ���������������������������    *':".". :\*f.,  ;."vl( ,'v, i:.t.i>-:c'"fiLi of 'ir,y or id I of the  undiiruio itioned propflrfcioai���������  (a) L-/������ oil Uiin\i Vi Comtuffiv T'j'vritit^.  <ii) Lot 1 (if pirt nf Lot 120 map 021 Co*  rnox Dial riot���������10 .id'en  (c) L-t* 10 nnd 80, HIook 28������, Diar 0. IM  620, Va ooorer  Thn hlglu h or nny Undvr not noooaaarily  acuuutod.  HKNRY P COLLW,  Oliicial Admiaiairntor.  Cnodxrland, R,������'.,  Jkunitry 7-h, 1904 St  You can get Pit Boot*, Overall*  Pit Cajm, Ac, nt rock bottom price*  ������t tho Corner Slcre,  NOTI0B.  Any person found taking Timber  from Block A of Lot 76, and Block  H   nl 9oothwi 7fl   Cnmrt-r  Wfttriflt  'tvill be prosccutfd Jo Uioinlicst m-  tentof Uie law,  OBO, STBV1N8.  lo yJiXSHh A XJiOl.Xt It* Qtyti. DaX Uktt  1-nxittivH Bromo Qiiinino Tublttti,  All druggbtH refund llio nr noy if  it fails to cure. E. W, Grove's tig-  nature is on ench box,   25c,  52t    14 1 OS  Kor Preserving Jan, til *iieif  Rubier Rings foi same, and Sugar,  enquiro prico* at the Big Store; by  no doing you can save monoy.

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