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 1  ;>,^taciyM,^r:<  THIRTEENTH  YEAR.  V  ^7V  CUMBERLAND,   B.C WEDNESDAY      JANUARY    i7^jqo6 <$-\  STOOKT  'fi  Now On  At The BIG STORE  and will continue during this month,  January  All goods marked at quick: selling prices.  yvinter merchandise will be cleaned up  regardless of cost.  Avail yourself of this opportunity.   Ear*  ly shoppers get best selections.  SIMON LEISER & CO. LD.,   CUMBERLAND.  m  ������ga**tggEag^^_fri^'-t;^  -4^0 n*ae-_tn������d-^:e-fe-th������  GM  "��������� I em gSvirsf;; In the balance oi", my Xmas  Stoc'ic   A1S-��������� going' at "a Great Reduot'on,  Uf.  ���������  __rf.  M.  "Ajmmm^XMffsiBtixstiDm tonasLararr. VM>JhW������iiuwHar_>i  ���������4afniMMHw.H"rn->iwn������������n  OBOROE B. MARTIN'  fcSARmSTKR ANDeOLlCITOH  Canadian B&n'k of Commerce cBldg.  Nanaimo B. C  THE NOMINATIONS,  The result of thn Nominations for  Mayoi, Council and School 'luiueos  held on Monday last, are jib friven  below, the Mayor and Council being  elected by acclamation.  The polling for two trustees will  bo hold tomorrow.  Mayor uud Aldormon olooied for 1000  For M������yon���������W. Wiilard, ro ol.otod,  For Aldormflni���������  North W������rd(���������D,It McDonald, re-olooUd  Thoa, Whyto.   ,  Middle Wardt���������T.E. Bate, re-cl00tod,  T.  D. McLean,  South  Wards���������OH   Tarbo'l,   ra-clootod,  Juraoi Rflid.  Nominations for Sohool Trustees.  a  T.E, Bito,  proposed by W.   MoLallau,  lecondedbyW, Wiilard.  Jobn W. Fittuio, propound by LA Mounoo  ���������ooondodbyD, Dauhls  T H, (V������������y,    riwpninil hy    T T) McTiWin  nreirndfidhy  ,T. WnU,   T Tlinhftrdu,   T),  Dwiiolg and Bruno Meilado,  A Poll will be opened on Thur������-  day January 18,190G. from 0 u-m  fill 7 p-m  Local and Personal  t ��������� ���������  A faot worth noting That at  thu \Yx\i Sinro clearance nale tho  prioe nf winter chining are out  right ia half. Don't Jot this chanco  go by,  ., M/and Mr.-F. Uanmiy wore mn do  happy by .he ariiv.-al-of 'ho th rd  son Sunday af'ernoisn.  Bread, 5c per loaf at Morroi Iii  Brod  Ivflst woelr Mr Al"xWnn'of Happy Valloy received thesad newts of  th death oi hi* mother, an old and  1) |/i'!y esttomeil rt:rtident oi North  Stt'iciohi  !("ud uud pn.'flt tin-why, 1'i 1 >_������������������ 0  off on all our splendid .stook of  S.'O* during the Uig IStoio clearance uale.  M b LivHsley, mother of Messrs  Wih and i). MoKiybns retun-ed  from Bank tend to reside in this  Cit) for tht* winter.  Br ad, 5o per loaf at Morrochi  Bros  ��������� mmmmumm        Recreation Grounds  Meeting  A fow win have the subject of  outdoor spo-tB at heart, met list  Piiday evening in ihe City Hall, at  thrtca lof Mayor Wiilard to receive  mWi.**vil r.I the C"mndHn������ .,n-  pointed mtu* tiui< ������wo 10 deride  upon fji. 1 bio grounds for a public  reoi'rtfinn irotind Tne rrpor, was  adverse 10 j.*fx profit p'to, on aooount of tb" grave 'y na tu ��������� e of 1 ho  roll, the fain of rocc being close to  iho flUi'faci and th" great ex pen u of  clearing ail lev.dlin^ a pr por  playground. They further reported that uuitub'e griuuda ooulo bo  proenrt 1 and< "mr������d at less ex;tenec  on Dunt-niutr A venue, just outside  th������ Oily limits, Ali t/umenmir   had  To The Electors of the City ftl  Cumberland.  FRIENDS-  In offering myself as a candidate for School   Trustee,!  beg to call your atten ion to the following:��������� 0  TbeCiiy has assumed control of, and is responsible for the welfare of  the School.  *  The Council has never yet had a representative on the School Board,  and in the opinion of p large numbfr they should have.  Though the School is preeminently a public institution, supported by  public funds, the meetings of thi- former Boards have been held in bo  quiet a manner that the puhlic and the press have Beldora had the opportunity of attending meetings and of listening to debated questions.  Tiiis i maintain is wrong, and I "hall, if elected, endeavour to give full  publicity to all meetings School Boards,,like other public bodies are.  I consider, ibfc better of an occasional change of, personnel. In thiB election one candidate at least has served several terms.  I*, haa beei naid, and the formula has been indubtriousfy circulated for  the puipofe of prejudicing voters against me. that I should not stand as  trusteti because a member of my family is now on the Sunool staff. In reply, I be;- to say tha-l, contrary to this being a bar to my candidature,  the very fact of that member being a teacher will be an incentive to increased in terest on my pai t in School matters, and a check on my show  partiaiity nr favor l- anyone/and to that n: em ber in particular.  ft h-is-.tieen urged as an incentive to vote ior :s rival candidate that he  ���������'h;,s the school act at hi?'finger ends?". Any man of ordinary intelligence  can master this net .-wid I believe I cau, if elected, uileJlijjeritly carry out  the provisions of that Act.  My pa������t rec .rd as a public man is one I am not ashamed of, and respect  ully Holi-oit your votes.  Yours Sincerely,  -���������J*  agnet  Cash  tore  Pot* Your  Shoves, HeaterH, Tinware.Crockery,  Glassware, Wall Paper, Cutlery,  Paints, Varnishes, Enamels, Stains,  Washing Machines, Combs, Brushes  Toilet Soaps, Organs, Pianos, Furniture, Window Blinds. Poles and  Fittings.   &c. &c,   &c.   _o.  T.E. BATE  *  TO THE '.ELECTOR _  OF THE MUNICIPALITY OP  THE CITY OF CUMBERLAND  ^een4ntewie^edf,jyjuijM4isuiJLlof  that. im>ruie.'.v   was   read    ut   the  neetiiif as follow-:���������  ,   ' Cumierlaiid.B. 0. Jan. 4 1905  Mayc-   Wiibud,   Chairman   of  around On mm it tee.  Dear Sir:���������  On interviewing. M;  1); nsmuir he iiiforniod me thut the  Jity couic! hnve 2 Blocks uluhg  Oiinsniuir Avenue next D. ' Kil-  patrick'n residence, the ground w������-  AOre looking at, he also informed  me the City, could have it surveyed  oy Mr Priest alter which he would  *ive the pity the deed of same.  Hopin , thife will meet the ap-  prova of the Oomtnitee I   rem'uhf.  Your obedient servant  JioUirt Giant  After discusHioirit wasficBt proposed that ihi> ^fi'iind betaken on  left haud c-f-ie ������l ie avenue next  Mr KilpotMcK's !������ t ii being shown  tint this* g'-.und - as of a consider'  able slop., x\oo ssitating heavy  I "veiling, and Uih iu the event of  its being weired it. future to extend  die plot, 1 .at thi' .-itension would  leoniat- with I������������������������������������d^r.ock oloao to  hepurfaf , it. wa>  'finally voted to  pply fu;' 2 Biooin oil, 'be lower sido  if ib street, us being - mob more  ieve , of be ter quality ni noil, and  oap ble ot ex'tfni-inh * ,hout en-  ..ton lenngniiv oiijuofin ible cou-  liti^.iM The u������ai.iH|t. wn then lef'  in'.ne hands ot' t|e ������'ounol to  >b 1 in the deed nt the iand ofter  ���������vhicti *un������'i will be tab 0 and begin  oleuring.  Meeting adj -urnod  ���������.       - 0'       ���������  A social and dance v. ill be given  'iy I nu luuir, ui  iiu.i'     vmi wit <jf i  rue* lay Jan   %ivd   in   tno  iSiiy  Unl.  H n.   Judgo  H.irri." m   arrivtid  ���������i������t /ii..(J>i,  Mi ' Monnce a-tur'' i by train  /flstorir*. i-veiii!'*: xfin a holldnv  pent in Vieiuuu,  Mr A, Wain returned from at-  riiidtnit his mother^ funeral at  .Vorth rfaunich,  Mr Wm bloaitreturned to N*am*i-  110 Friday after giving the place a  dying visit.  IN THp: MATX.EROF THE ES TATE  -���������---���������cyr-n?-TvTMWi^^  NOTICE-18 dERKBY GIVEN that th*  Po'vor of Atfcorn������y cl'uusd'the 14:h day of  Deee iber 1905. ortho'-itabiuts, givea by tbo  u <irnig;ii(d tn H A Mill; for' tho purpuio  in collecting ontMf-anrting; acciuiu.w due to  che above e^tai;*) ain; giving seeMpm herfifov  .vi'ii. revoked un ch^ 3rd uay .if January 191)6  Al! debtors .0 tbo iibovt? osjtate tak������ iio-  'ict! acuonliu^ly '.    -,  Dated'thit. lli'-li duy of Jauu^ry 1906  JOHN T .LIIMTONE,- Assianec  Iiadies and Gentlemen.  At the request of a number of the  Electors, I; agaiti  offer   myself as  candidate for SchooT'Trustee. an(Fit  elected will do niy best in the interests of the Cumberland Schools.'  My past services in this capacity  I feel, ii- the best recommendation  I can give in ankinfi your  support  " Ynurs Ke"pectfiij.'y,  THOMAS H. CAREY  ON^s^  uring the whole of the present month  of January we shall be clearing out  our Winter Goods at  Clearance Prices.  itssasaamtm  Ladies Warm Winter Blouses at greatly  rsduced prices. See our window.   Mens fleeced lined Shirts and Drawers  5.0c per garment, regular price 75c.  Boys Warm Reefer Coats, Mens Overcoats. Blue Beaver cloth heavily lined  throughout at 20 p������c regular prices.   _0? p?ir������ B������y$ short pants at greatly  reduced prices.  a.  i  The ^Best Store.  MP1ER k PARTRIDGE Nervous System  0    Dften Fo_nd in Persons who are Apparently  in Good Health���������Extraordinary Effects of  DR. CHASES NERVE FOOD  It is npt always the pale and bloodless who suffer from nervous exhaustion, and when a person of apparent  good health finds himself almost help"  "less ho gets , little sympathy from  physician or friends and not infrequently his ills are attributed to the  Imagination.  Nervous diseases are slow in coming  on. and patience is necessary in their  treatment. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is  absolutely certain to be of benefit to  anyone suffering from exhausted  nerves, for it supplies the very elements of nature which go to create  aew nerve cells and instil new vigor  and energy into the nervous system.  Miss Lena Hiebert, Lowe Farm,  Man., writes:���������"I had suffered for  two years with dizzy spells, pains in  the back, cold hands and feet, nervousness, jerking of the limbs, sore  tongue, soreness of arms and shoulders, and general exhaustion. About  -seven months ago I became so nervous that I could not rest or   sleep,  | and could not do the least bit of work  j without suffering dreadfully from  ! pains in the back. I could hardly  ! walk, could eat very little, and felt  | that people were always watching my  body twitch.  "I tried several medicines with little effect, aud was a mere skeleton of  skin    and bone, about to give up ln  despair,   when   I   heard   about   Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food, and began using  it.   I have used in all fourteen boxes  of this preparation, and it has   built  j me up until I am now strong and wel'  | again.   Dr. Chase's Nerve Food   has  jdone me a world of good, and I feel  I that I cannot recommend it too highly  to persons who suffer as I have."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents a  box, six boxes for $2.50, at ali dealers  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  To protect you against imitations the  portrait and signature of Dr. A. W.  Chase, the famous receipt book author, are ,on every box.  G.T-P. Construction  Goes.on  All  Winter.  The McDonald-McMillan company,  contractors for the flrst portion of the  Grand Trunk Railway, have decided  to keep construction work going on  all winter, and with that object in  view have purchased two large steam  shovels, one of which will be located  at Mineota and the other at Penden-  ais, where there are some heavy cutting and grading to be done on river  valleys. Two steam pile drivers and  a steam hoisting machine have also  been purchased and will be used for  bridge building work, which will be  crashed "vigorously during the winter.  * Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cor-  clial is a speedy cure for dysentery,  diarrhoea, cholera, summer complaint  sea sickness and complaints incidental to children teething.      It    gives  _tror���������edlate    relief    to those suffering  'irom the effects of indiscretion m  eating unripe-fruit, cucumbers, etc.  It acts with wonderful rapidity, and  never fails to conquer the disease. No  one need fear cholera if they have a  ..3>ott!.e of this medicine convenient.  At North Battleford, a typical  pioneer town which was built up by  tlie Canadian Northern Railway,  there was not a house April 1st, 1905.  By the end of July fifty had been  erected, while the town was still  (lotted with scores of tents, used both  as dwellings and places of business.  ''Sciatica put   him   on   Crutches.���������Jas.  "TBniitli, duiiyihan, of Grimsby, Ont,  writes: "My limbs were almost useless  from sciatica ancl rheumatism, and, not-  wltliauni'llng my esteem for physicians,  I must give the credit whoro it belongs.  I am a*cured man today, and South American Hlioumalic Cure   must   havo   all  ��������� tho credit,   It's a marvel,���������34  'Tt might bo of interest to note the  'fact that the flourishing settlement  i'of'Fort Providence, on Great Slave  'IjaUe, one thousand miles north of  Edmonton, is equipped with Its own  ������������������electric lighting plant and telephone  system. "Northward, tho course of  Empire takes its way."  Bnnlight Soap is better than other ������oapi,  ���������Srat ie boat when used in the Sunlight way,  ,_uy Sunlight Boap and follow directions.  Tokio.---It Is authoritatively stated that U hits not yot, boon decided  whether Vicu-Adinlral Togo will  viHit England or not.  The Shah's Pipe.  The pipe which the shah of Persia  smokes in public on state occasions  is called 'Tl Kalidin" and is ���������entirely  incrusted with diamonds, rubies, pearls  and emeralds.  Chilli Mortality.  Out of every 1,000 children born, 889  survive their fifth year in New Zealand, 830 in New South Wales and 844  in'Victoria as against S37 iu Ireland,  7G2 in England and Wales, 751 in'  France, 614 in Austria and 571 in  Spain.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Colds,  etc.  Odd  Bluiidera,  Some queer blunders are made- In  addressing royalty and other titled personages:���������Lad-y^-puil'erin-in-india���������was-  once addressed as "your enormity."  An Abyssinian missive, came to Queen  Victoria addressed to the "queen of  kings, empress of the great Red sea."  Her highland tenants used ��������� to say,  "Come awa' in aud sit doon, Queen  Victoree."  Date Honey.  An excellent kind of honey is mado  In Arabia of the juice of dates.  I   was   cured   of  a severe cold by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Oxford, N.S.       R. F. HEWSON.  I was cured of a terrible sprain by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  FRED COULSON.  Yarmouth, N.S. Y.A.A.C.  I was cured of Black Erysipelas by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Inglesvllle, J. W. RUGGLES.  Lnko Superior Copper.  Tho flrst person who ovor worked the  copper of Lako Superior was a Jesuit  brother, by name Giles Mezier, about  j tho year 1075,  Those two desirable qiinliiicallons,  -pleasant to tho tiiHto and at. tho hiuiio  time olivet unl, are <n be found in  Mother Graves' Worm lSxtonnliiator.  Children liko it,  ANNorted Diet.  j Tlio postmortem examination of a  ; lunatic In an English asylum revealed  , to the astonished  surgeons that his  stomach contained the skeleton of n  ! mouse, a cravat, llvo handkerchiefs, a  ! silver spoon, a pair of spectacles and  somo rubber tubing.  London,���������A man who had to soil  nmne of his belongings to procuro  ���������funds to emigrate to Canada six  rnoiiiliH ago, und wns assisted hy  the Church Army, Is now n. pros-  peroiiH nirnior n Manitoba, nnd has  r.enl n hnndsomn donation to tho  funds of tho Church Army.  "One   Foot   In   tho    Grave."���������If   tha  i thniiFiuids of people who rush to so  woriliy a   remedy   nn   South   American  i NiTvliin ji.h a JiiHt ithort would got it aa  a llrst rcHoi't, how much misery mul muf������  ; IVrliij,' would bu span-il. Jl' yMu lmvo nny  nerve disorder you needn't surfer h minute longer. A thousand teatlniuiilaUj to  provtt it.���������JO  Clifnn Tifttt,  Four shillings per iiniium wns the  rent of it llvo roomed houso in ISutfUiud  .luring Henry Vlll.'s time.  Why Itossinl Wept.  When Meyerbeer died his son composed a funeral march which "remembered his dead father." Full of emotion, the youug man took it to Rossini.  'Tlay-lt, maestro," he pleaded; "play  it. I wrote it in expression of my grief  and mourning for my dead father."  Rossini took it up, placed it on his  piano and played ft. Tears rolled down  Iiis cheeks. Utter sadness dwelt upon  his countenance.  "You weep," cried young Meyerbeer,  beside himself with joy at the effect  upon the great master.  "Yes, I weep," rejoined Rossini amid  tears,  "Aud why?"  "Becnuse," replied Rossini, "I am  wishing that you were dead and It was  your father who had written the funeral march."  HERE'STHEREALSECRET  CEYLON TEA is away ahead of all other teas  because it is incomparably the best tea on  the market.  Sold only In lead packages at 40c, 50c, and 60c per lb.  By all Grocers.  Highest Award, St. Louis, 1904.     o  Minard's   Liniment   Cures Garget   In  C0W8,  Concerning1 Sooei,  Customer���������I notice some shoes In tho  window that you have labeled "Tem- ,  perance Shoes."   What kind of shoes'  are they? Dealer���������They are warranted  uot to h������ tight. ��������� ��������� *  I MJMMTS  Itch, Mange, Prairies scratches, Cuban Itch on human or animals, cured  in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion, It never fails. At all druggists  The Merit of Good Work.  The great thing is to produce nothing of which, if it comes into broad  light, you will be ashamed, and then  whether it does come into broad light  or no need  not much trouble yon.  A Desperate Case.  Walk O. Nights-Doctor, what is a  simple remedy for sleeplessness? Doctor���������Let the person count till he falls  asleep, Walk O. Nights���������He can't  count. It's the baby.  Kidney  Cry.���������Pain in the back is  the i  cry of the kidneys for help. To neglect ;  the call is to deliver the body over to a j  disease, cruel, ruthless, and finally life ���������  destroying. South American Kidney '-  Cure has power akin to miraculous in j  helping' the needy kidneys out of the i  mire of disease.   It relieves in six hours. I  ���������-Off  Food  Value  TJieAVord  Cigar.  The word cigar occurs in a German dictionary for the first time in  1S13 and in the Dictioimaire of the  French Academic in 3So5. Kant used  the word "ziggaro". in 1708. In Spain  at the present day tlie word "cigarro"  means a cigarette, for which the Spu.v  inrds have the,weird "pitillos." Their  name for a cigar is "un puro."  Therein Im the Dttfcrvnce.  A meddler Is a person who fails hi  his attempt. The meddler who sue  coeds Is no meddler, but a hero.���������Du  luth Herald.  RHEUMATISM   AND  PARALYSIS.  Their Complete Home Cure.  Post Free to Readers of This Paper  for Limited Period Only.  A handsome illustrated treatise,  giving full description of Rheumatism  and Paralysis, with Instructions for  a complete home cure, describing the  moat, successful treatment in the  world, recommended by tho Ministry  and endorsed by medical men. This  highly Instructive book was written  by W. H. Verio, a gentleman who has  mado a special study of these diseases. The preface ls by a graduate ol  the University of Wurtzburg. Send  postal to-day and you will receive the  book free by return.-���������Address, The  Veno Drug Company, 24 King Street,  West Toronto.  Too Mnoli of n Good Thlnnr,  Dohson���������What became of that man  who had twenty-seven medals for saving people from drowning? Dock  Worker���������Ho fell In ono day when ho  luul them all on, and the weight of 'om  mink him.  Only nn F.i������tm������a>.  Mnry���������Undo Ned. what's a honoy*  moon? Ihichelor Undo���������Tho tlmo botwoon tho nianiago and tho divorce.  Mooney's Perfedion Cream  Sodas are crisp squares  of wholesome nourishment.  They are the food that  builds strength and muscle.  They are as easily digested  by the child and invalid  as by the sturdy workman.  They contain ALL the food  properties of finest Canadian wheat flour, in a form  that delights the appetite.  Always fresh and crisp in  the moisture-proof packages.;  .-, At all grocers in their ,v  hygienic packages.  Painful.  "What does Bifkius remind you of?"  "'I bate, to tell."  "Because it's a reflection on Bif-  kins?"  "No; on me."  "I don't understand."  "Well, I'll explain. Every time I  see Bifkins he, reminds me of a- little  bill I've owed him for over a year."���������  London Tit-Bits.  ������>*V*  fgm?l.  Nova Scotia Wool  is famous for its softness and strength.  The ocean air���������the climate���������the rich  grazing laud���������gives an elasticity and  silkiness and strength to the wool,  that is missing- in wool from other  countries.  The only Underwear in the world,  made of Nova Scotia Wool, is  Stanfield's  Unshrinkable  Underwear  That is one reason why "Stanfield's  "Unshrinkable" is soft and comfortable���������wears so well���������holds its shapeliness���������and is absolutely unshrinkable.  Wear "Stanfield's*' this winter���������  if you want health, and  comfort, and durability.  %'Ti  -%  Solitndc mul the Crowd.  It is.easy in tho world to live after  the world's opinion, it is easy ln solitude to llvo after our own, but the great  man Is he who lu the midst of tho  crowd keeps with perfect' sweetness  the Independence of solitude.  M.  State of Ohio, Oity ctf'jTpledo, ,  ���������. 1.110ns Oou'ntwVi \ f ' -  Frank J, Ohonoy m&/<������������ ontjyihnt he \* senior pivrt-  n������r of tho Arm of V,'.)/ ChQiif(y & Co., clolna biwl-  tnmln thoOltyof TnWln,'Oo'/nty nml Stnto nforo  wlrl, nnd that snid. firm will V������,v tlio mun ot ONB  IlUNDHBl) DOMjAUU for'oni'h nml ovory vim of  Dntnrrh tlmt cannot bo lOimn! !>.v tho neo of Hall't  Ournrrli Cure. V   FltAN'K J. OHKNKV.  Sworn tn boforo mn rvArt mihwrlhod In my prononoo  thin fltli dny of Ueeontlrir, A.l). U4*.    ���������T ���������, arv���������  1 Haul.I A. W. GI.EAHON.  lioiary Publlo.  HiiU'h Ontiirrh Ouro U tniwn Intornnlly nnd m-tn  llraitly on tha blood nnd mwoiw mir/nuuH of tbo ������)>  Vim.   Hond for tOHtlmonlnlH freo, ,      "  V. .1, OHKNKY A CO., Toledo, O.  Hold li,v nil DriiuulHtH,  I.V.  Tnko Hull'* FamilyPllln for comrttpntlon.  Are You  Up to the Hark?  If not'f feeling as well as you  should, do not make the mistake of letting- your health take  care of itself.   Resort to ,  Beecham's  Pills  ������old Everywhere,    In boxes 25 centa.  Books woro originally nmdo of boards  or of tho inner bark of trees.  I.ouU ttn> Grent'a Slue,    rf'  Louis the Great had oven and tolor-  nbly regular features wtyljout any  strongly marked ehiiriicterlHtlcs. lly all  his contemporaries ho.iiH spoken of as a  tull nuin, hut ho hud1 "a way pf i'iiIhIiik  Ills head, surmounted by the monstrous  wIb ho wore, and ot! swelling his client  that created, the Impression of height,  for when the Hepulehers of tho kin us  woro violated hy tho convention and  his body wns drained out: of his coilln  It was measured and t'ouud a tritlo over  5 feet U ln������.lioa.  GypNloM nnil Tnrtnrn.  Some ethnologists claim that the gypsies aro of thc sumo family as the Tartars. Thoy are said to havo appeared  flrst in Germany In 1-117 under tho  namo of Tartars or Zeglns and hy a  statute of Henry VIII. wero expelled  from England Jn 15:10. This not proving elllclont to oxterminato tho race  stronger measures woro taken, described by Thomas Cromwell iii a quaint,,  lottor still extant. "And In oaso yo  shall horo or kiiowo of any such Glp-  cyans," ho writes to "My ljordo of  Ohoster," "that yo slml compel! thein  to tlopurt to tho next porlo of tho me,  and oyllior without dolayo uppon tho  flrst winds that shall conveyo them, or  If thoy shal In any wlso broko that  canimaundmont, to see them executed,  without spilling uppon any commyslon,  llconso or placards that thoy may  showo or nlodgo for thoinBolfos to the  contrary."  I  *  King Kdwnrd, whllo    shooting    in |  Vlndrtur Forest, tripped nnd sprain-  r;d his nnklo.   Tho King's Injury was  not serious.  DODDS  KID NJE Y  (���������Ii'Ih Iii Allui 11 In.  The true worth of a girl In Albania  Is sometimes readily intimated.   When  ��������� -itr. rXitvivon tn mum' sho collects all  i������m- money nud mounts It on her head,  ! ���������so thnt observers may nolo hor Mum-  ' i-hil value.  Tli������nti>r TleUeOH In Ipntn.  Thfviinr troers lu Spain can piii'i'hnH������  ' 11 Ki'parato ticket ror each net ami niteu  do not slay to see more than one act at  j a time.   It ls quite tho usual thing to  ' spend four nights over a four net play,  seeing one net one night, tho second act  a few nights later, nud so on.  *.    ,/*,< I.������������n������  A^btt^tfor vliit  wl"Wini. exporlm  I.nnK NroU������.  ilnis to havo Ui-ei������vwr������  -xperhiientu on a  man, t  chicken, a dog axsd a monkey that Ivor-  1 iodi with long necks get greater en-  Joyment from their food than Uie poi*  i#f ion of short occkt.  Sunlight  Soap  tftmon who proves thai  Sunlight S.>������p conlaint anf  injurimii chomi���������lii or My  form of otlulierwiion.  is equally good with hard or soft water.  \f you use Sunlight Soap in the Sunlight way (follow directions,  you need not boil nor rub������your clothes, and yet you will get better  results than with boiling and hard rubbing in the old-fashioned way.  As Sunlight Soap contains no injurious chemicals and is perfectly  pui^r the most delicate fabrics and dainty silks and laces may be  washed without the slightest injury, * ���������  Letter *vt*������ra Umtxaw, Xmenxm  f^gjd  Your money refunded  by tht eeekt from whom you buy  Sunlight Soap If you find any  cama (or complaint  tjl  4' #  BOX OFFICE TRICKS.  THE BERTH   OF A THEATER TICKET  SELLER IS NOT A SINECURE.  *  I  >  t  ..  Why the Man Who Sit* Behind the  Wicket Mast Be a Good Judge of  Human Nature���������The Art ot "Dreaa-  inff" a Light House.  To the average theater goer the man  who sits behind the wicket in the box  office and sells tickets seems to have  one of the sinecures of earth. True, he  has to answer many fool questions and  deal with many fool persons who are  often ugly because others with more  foresight have picked up early all the  good seats. Ho has to, handle diplomatically the woman who wants dollar  Beats for 75 cents and with the other  fellow who wants "first row, center,"  after the play has begun and that has  been sold for a week ahead. But all  these things seem but his share of the  minor ills of earth. Outside-of them  apparently his job is what is generally  known as a "snap."  But the man in the box office has  other things to do besides sell tickets.  True, that is where he comes in con-  ' tact with the general public, and that  Is all tbat is usually thought about his  duties. But at the same time he is  serving the public he is working for  two masters  behind the'scenes, the  ' proprietor of the house and the manager of the attraction, and he must  serve them equally, while their interests sometimes conflict sharply. Furthermore, he must serve them as  against the public if need there be, and  It keeps him hustling to hold his job  to do it too.  The man behind the wicket is a good  man if he can make you buy a seat  that costs you more than you intended  to invest to see that particular "show"  ���������all attractions in a playhouse are  "shows" in the parlance, be they opera,  comedy or vaudeville. Now, most men  think they know what they are going  to get when they visit a theater, arid  they especially have the price fixed in  their minds. Perhaps, psychologically  speaking,' they are stronger:1 minded  than the house treasurer. Then they  do get what they want, and he never  questions it. But the average man is  not!   The treasurer is trained in ticket  ���������selli"ng7-"It-isrhis-daily-routihe,-while-  it is an occasional 'act on the man's  part.   Hence he is fortified for the pub-  ' lie, and the'latter is not for him, and  eo when the'people step up, especially ,  if it is rather late and there Is some-  , thing of a rush, a clever ticket man  , can easily get tiie extra price out of  ��������� ,'them .for a higher .selling.seat.  How does' he do it?   Largely by the  ' power of suggestion. He Implies that  you want It, for instance, when you go/  up. In other words, he puts the question as to what priced seat by asking  you about' the higher ones before he  mentions the lower,ones, and when he  does refer to the latter, at your suggestion, he docs lt rather apologetically.  , He has tlie higher rate tickets in his  hand; and if you do not take them he  roachosto tho rack for,the others, and  all the time the lino ls waiting, those  back of you are scowling, if not making remarks, and every ono within earshot of the window kuows that you  have refused the higher soats for the  ;. lower priced ones. This ls embarrassing.  Especially ls It so if a girl is with  ���������   you, waiting just outside the rail that  ; separates tho mob from the lino, and  tho chances nro 10 to 1 that you will  take the cue, involuntarily, nnd pay a  quarter more, whon you had no Inton-  tion of doing so whon you approached  tho clovor man ln tho box.  That ls ono wny. It doesn't require  nny falsehood. It does rcqulro a good  knowledgo of human naturo. Some mon  Wouldn't "stand for'! that. They would  be ofl'oudud, and lt might hurt tho  houso, That ls for tho treasurer to  bowaro, IIo must "slzo up" his customers and act accordingly,  ; '*, Thoro Is n groat gain In time In soiling without a chart. A man will thon  step up and ask for a "good scat"  about a certain placo. Running  through his lists, tho seller finds him  something vory noar thero, nnd ho is  satisfied. That ouo mini Is finished In  n few seconds, It would tako mlnutos  If tho shoots were thero. Tlmo ls Important whon tho orchestra Js playing  and the curtain about t<������ go up.  Still furl her, tho nbnonco of a oliart  enables tho seller to "dross" his houso,  provided tho salo Is light, nnd to koop  out "singles" If it ls honvy. "Singles"  nro acntu loft alono when the adjoining  pairs have boon selected from n chart.  "Miijiies iuu hunt io M.li ui_v.iu.il, k.j  tew pvi.ioi.i% ulU-nd tt Ihc.'itiT alone. Al  most all seats aro sold In pairs. A  treasurer with n bunch of "slnglog" on  Ills hands, ovon with a house threatening to soil out, Is "np ngiilnst It," for  OlU'll   110   Will   |0������U   hltlUS   Uttli   tvuuiu  hnvo tnonnt capacity but for tho fact  that ho cannot placo a couplo in adjoining scats, though he may havo several odd ones loft.  "Pressing" n houso ls the avoidance  of thin condition In one t*on������o, but It  applies to light houses generally. Whon  i\ hIiow U not doing vvcil it l:i up to the  box olltco to mnko the houso look full  even though It be only partly solid.  IIo does this by scattering tlio crowd.  Instead of soiling a section solid and  leaving adjoining sections vacant lo  sells a few here, a few there, and thus  the empty spaces are not concentrated.  Men usually dress a house from the  center out. They will sell a good part  of the center section, scattering, and  then will work out on the left and  right This ia because seats on the extreme edge of the house are not so  good, and people expect them to be vacant except in a heavy house anyhow  and do not notice them so soon. He  knows his house like a book, and he  knows early in the day whether or not  he will have a crowd. Hence he acta  accordingly.  He Knew Ills Mnn.  "You seem depressed."  "Yes, I've got to ask my girl's father  tonight for her hand."  "Bosh! Don't be alarmed. The stern  father exists ouly In the comic papers."  "Maybe so, but the borrowing father  ls a painful reality. He'll land me for  a fifty to a dead moral certainty."  He Wanted to Be Sure  Before Taking  Chances  N ODD���������Come out with me and take  a ride in my auto.  Todd ���������How  long have you  had it?  "Just got it."  "Had any experience with it?" .  "No."  "Going to run It yourself?"  "lam."  "Can you mend a punctured tire?"  "No, sir."  ,  "Wouldn't know the'first thing to  do?"  "Not the first thing."  "Have you studied, read or been given any advice?"  "No, sir. I tell you' I don't know the,  first thing."  "How far do you want to go?"  "Just as far as the thing will go."  "All right.  I'll go with you."  "What! Why, I didn't dream you'd  accept my invitation."  "Why not?" .  "Why, I didn't suppose you'd care to  go out in an auto with a man who  doesn't know anything about it."  "Nonsense!   You're just the man"  "flow's that?" :      "  "Simply because, Old chap, that lf we  breakdown we'll drop the old machine  Addressing a Stranger,  One Should Be Careful.  and gethom^by^rdpeyT^airoT^lir"  riage., But if you thought you knew  the first thing about It you'd spend the  rest of the day trying to fix.it up, while  I'd have to stay with you and suffer  as a matter of courtesy."���������Life.  Education Won thc Jack Pot. *  On a warm and sultry day two  tramps were playing a, game: of poker  behind a haystack.- One of them dealt.  "What are you going tc bet?!' he asked the other.  "I've got a pretty good hand, so I'll  open the jack pot for a hundred dollars."  "All right. I'll see that and raise, you  a thousand."  "Good! I'll Just make It a billion  dollars."  "I'll se* your billion, a'nd just to  make It. Interesting I'll, raise you a  trillion dollars."  "Whew, you must have a good hand!  But I'll, stay and go you just a quadrillion better."-  "That suits me. I'll make lt a quln-  tllllon better than yours."  The other tramp hesitated and looked at his cards intently. Finally he  said: ;  "The pot ls yours. You win on education."���������Judge.  Perfidious Maa* "  "Yos," confessed the younger woman, "I do all my own cooking and  housework. You see, my husband  praises everything I do and seems to,  enjoy his meals so much that I haven't  tbe heart to risk, Wring a servant who  might not meet his requirements."  "Praises you, does ho?" asked the  elder woman, with a sniff. "Humph!  You might know ho would. That's the  way with men. They'll stoop to all  kinds of deceit in ordor to mako a  woman slave herself to doath for them..  No wondor you nover have a chance  to attend tho locturos on cooking and  housekeeping at tho club,"���������Chicago  Tribune,  .   i n    __������_____������  .������ -**  Van X.���������Did Mrs. Scautyfood make  sny monoy In tho boarding houso business?  Do Q.-Not at flrst, but sho finally bit  upon a scheme that mado hor rich,  Van X.-What was Jt?  Ds Q.���������Sbe turnod It Into a sanlta-  iluMi tttit _~L!;.������ fat \tc^le V.dn, end  It mnde tt howling suceoss.���������Detroit  Free Trass.  NOT long ago a New Yorker, while  awaiting the train at a little New  Jersey station, thought he would  pass away the time by criticising the  commuters who were crowded about  the platform. Addressing the man  nearest to him he whispered:  "Do you see that big hippopotamus  of a woman standing over there by tho  post?"  The stranger glanced around in surprise, but responded:  "Yes, I see her."  "Well, what do you think of her  wearing a polo hat? It looks like a  cheese box with a blacking brush  stuck up on it."  "I suppose she likes it, sir."  "Yes, but other people don't like it  They think it looks ridiculous. Then  look at that white coat."  "What of that?"  "Why, it doesn't fit. Never haw  such a sight,"  "H'm."  "Then her shoes. Those high heels  are like stilts. It's a wonder she doesn't  topple over and break her neck."  "Huh!"  "And that complexion! I'll bet she  uses more paint than a chorus girl.  I'll stake my watch that her hair has  been treated with chemicals."  "You do, eh?"  "Yes. By the way, you don't happen  to know her, do you?"  "Slightly."  "Indeed!   Who is she?" >  "Only my wife, that's all. And if  you don't clear off this platform in two  seconds I'll thrash you!"���������New York  Globe.  NO DOUBT ABOUT  ROBT. BOND'S CASE  He was Cured of Bright's Disease  by Dodd's Kidne> Pills.  Dotfasr mitatreae,  Mrs. De Stylo���������Why In tho world did  jv������ buy th.-j-ic it'tiPs^d cone.  Mrs. Van Nobb���������Because as I simply  cannot keep Fido from' acquiring them  I thought I would at least prefer to  hsvt bim supplied witb on educated  klnd.-Loulivlllo Courier-Journal.  Doctors Said There was No Hope for  Him, but He is a Well Man Now-  ; Mount .Brydges, Ont., Nov. 20.'  1 (Special).���������That Dodd's Kidney  Pills cure Bright's Disease completely  and permanently has been .clearly  shown in the case of Mr- Robert  Bond, a well-known resident of this  place. Mr. Bond does not hesitate to  sav he owes his life to Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  ( "My attending physician," Mr.  Bond states, "said I was in the last  stages of Bright's Disease and that  there was no hope for me. I then  commenced to use Dodd's Kidney  Pills and no other remedy.   I used in  ��������� all about twenty boxes, when my  doctor pronounced me quite well. I  have had no return of the trouble  since."  Bright's Disease is Kidney Disease  in its worst form. Dodd's Kidney Pills  always cure it. They also easily cure  milder forms- of Kidney complaint.  POINTED PARAGRAPHS.  We never knew any one who did no*  talk -'shop" too much.  How you admire the'man who catches you doing a good deed on the sly!  What a sorry spectacle a spolted  child is when away from its mother!  A whipping never hurts so much n_  the thought that you are being .whipped.  Some men are washed of their sins so  much that they -finally have a fade*.  look.  Tell a bad story without names, au&f  every one will have an etiotuy to attiib-  uie it to. .  Ambition dwindles away in time like?  a cake of soap, and by the time u mads  ii seventy he can't remember that he*  ever had any in the tub with him..  The One RequiNite.  Having diligently perused all the automobile advertisements and studied  the catalogues of 794 manufacturers,  the young man proudly announced his  intention in life.  "I will become a writer of short stories," he said. "The introduction of a  forty horsepower machine, together  with the easy mention of its various  devices, will insure mean overwhelming success. As for the story itself,  that is a matter of small import."  Taking his pen in hand, he proceeded  to reap the harvest���������Puck.  Girls nnd the Old  Sclioola.  A ruling for a New Haven school  made in 1684 reads, "And all girls be  excluded as improper and Inconsistent  with such a grammar school as ye law  injoins and is the designe of this settlement." One Benjamin Mudge, a  New England schoolmaster of many  years' service, has left the following  interesting memorandum: "In all my  school days, which ended in 1801, I  j never saw but three females in public  j schools in my life, and they were only  ', in the afternoon to learn to write."  Mr. Mudge neglects to s������iy,. however,  that the girls were permitted not only  to the writing lessons, but they were  also privileged to attend the general  annual catechising.  Poet or Organ Grinder.  "I sometimes feel," bitterly confided  the wife of the great poet to her sister, "that I would have been happier  with an organ grinder. Then we could  at least pass the hat around unabashed. ' The pride that goes, with great  gifts too  often  walks hand in hand  Her Titian Locks.  Leslie���������Molly gave herself away awfully yesterday.  Carter���������How?  Leslie���������Tom insisted she had a fiery  itemr/er because her hair was red, and  she had to admit it was dyed to win  the argument���������Detroit Free Press.  with starvation to satisfy an ordinary  woman."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  Her ThoQRlitleNH Mother.  "Jane says she'll never forgive her  mother for marrying again."  "And why not?"  "Because her stepfather can't help  giving her age away. Everybody  knows he Isn't as old as she Is."���������  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  A Wonderful  Memory.  Hortensius, the Roman orator, could  repeat word for word a book be had  just read. On oue occasion he made a  wager with one Sienna and to win it  ���������went to: an auction, remained all day  and in the evening gave a list of all the  articles sold, the prices paid for them  and the names of the purchasers. The  accuracy of his memory was in this  case attested by the auctioneer's clerk,  who followed the recapitulation with  his book and found that In no case had  tho man of wonderful memory made a  single mistake.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper..  Boy���������Sny, will you lend mo n ponny  for a mlnuto?  Old Goutloman-What for?  Boy���������I want to toss up to seo whether to go to school an* got a llcklu' or  go home an* got Iti  MnkOM a Iltfforcnvo,  "Spenders Is getting up quite a rep*  utntlon as a humorist, I novor thought  ho was funny, llow does ho got anybody to laugh a I his jokes?"  "Why, ho puts up for such swell  dinners whllo he's tolling thum, you  know."���������Detroit Froo Prons.  The Ilnldhended Enurle,  Tho .staid, dignified and homely .biild-  hoadod eagle, tho glorious emblem of  tho American republic, mates but once  and lives with his ono mate until ho or  eho dies, lf left a widower���������oven n  young widower���������tho baldheaded oaglc  never matos again. IIo remains alone  and disconsolate In tho nest on the  rocky crag or in tho branches of a tall  pine that formed his domicile while his  mato was allvo. No other female ouglc  can tempt him to forsako his discou-  solato llfo. ' ���������  ���������.   "  A Ilnmmi Iliittler,  Tho baby had Swallowed two but-  ton������ a dime and three innrbloa,  For a moment Ills optimistic fathei  soomod a trifle dlHlioiirtoned. But presently ho regained h!s equanimity,  "It Niivo* ine the expi'iMo of buying a  rattle for him," he chuckled ns ho dandled tho Infant on bin knee.  Surf Itu tiling Abroad,  Unlike Americans, Englishmen prefer to have their surf bath before*  breakfast. Thoy slip out of their  rooms and into the surf as a sort or  duty and prefer a'buff bath, ������r one  without the Incumbrance of a bathings  suit, if they can be permitted; to'enjoy  it. With them the bath, even in the-  breakers,ds more of a duty than a pastime, as it Is with the French and  Americans. Neither do the people or  continental Europe enjoy the pleasures!  of the surf with the same avidity ns  marks the summer day along. the-  American coast. There is more or less-  of custom or fashion to dictate to the  temporary dwellers along the seashorev  BAD KIDNEYS  Can Only Be Cured Through the-  Blood."  Bad backs���������aching backs���������como-  from had kidneys. Bad kidneys come  from bad blood. Bad blood clogs the  kidneys with poisonous impurities  that breed deadly diseases- And the-  first sign of that fatal trouble is a.  dull,   dragging  pain   in   the  back.  Neglect it and you will soon have  the coated tongue,   the   pasty   skin,  the    peevish    temper,    the-  swollen  ankles,   the   dark-rimmed   eyes,   and  all the other sighs of   deadly   kidney-  disease.    Plasters and liniments   care  never cure   you.   Kidney   pills   and:  backache pills, only touch the symptoms���������they do not cure.    You    must  get   right   down   to   the   root   andP  cause   of   the trouble in the blood���������  and no medicine in the world can do*  this sd surely as Dr. Williams' Pink:  "PTTTs^   i)ecause"������tthey   aetOTIFTraKSS-r  new   blood.   This'  strong,   rich   new  blood    sweeps    the    kidneys    clean,  drives out the poisonous acids,    an_  heals the deadly' inflammation. That  is the only way   to . rid   yourself   of  your backache and have strong, sound"  kidneys.   Mrs, Paul St.    Onge, ��������� wife'  of   a   well   known contractor at, St.  Alexis   des  .Monts,   Que., says:��������� 'T  suffered   for   upwards   ot six* years-  from   kidney' trouble.   I   had   dull;,  aching pains across the loins, and at'  times could hardly go about.   I   lost  flesh, had dark rims below my   eyes,;,  and grew more wretched  'every day---  I was,treated by   different   doctors;,  but with no apparent result,   J   'dfs<-  palred  of  regaining ��������� my  health, and  was becoming a burden to my fnroily.   I was in a deplorable condition  when one of my friends advised J.mo  to try Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills,   II  began taking them, and   after   using-  threo of four boxes,   I  began* to tcoT  better.   I   continued   the   treatment  for nearly three months, when ���������' every  symptom of the trouble had vanished '  and I waa again   a   well   woman.   I  feel justified In saying I believe   Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills saved my life."'  New   blood ������������������ strong,   pure,   rlclir -  blood which Dr. Williams' Pink PIIIb ���������  mako, cures not only kidnoy troubfa-  but a host of other ailments,  such as s  anaemia.     indigestion,    rheumatism;,,,  erysipelas, St. Vitus dance, locomotor-  ataxia,   paralysis,    and    the   secret  ailmenth   womon   do   not   llko   tr������  talk nbout, oven to their doctor..  But 'only the genuine pills can bring"  health and strength, and those have  tho full namo " Dr, Williams' Pink  IMIIh for Pule People" printed on tlu*  wrapper around each box. If your  duller does ii')i keep the genuine pflbe  you can got them by mall nt T,f>  contn it box or six boxes for $2,r>Q by  writing Tlio Dr. Williams' Modiefnre  Co., nrockvlllo, Ont.  Haling Fatilon.  ���������Too have only two months longer to  lite," the physician told him.  "Then don't ity anything about It,  doctor," nld tbt consumptive sport.  "I can get * whole lot of bets on tbat  propoelUott."���������Chicago Ttlbuoa.  Savlnur tlio Conk.  "Wo nro having an awful tlmo at our  bouHo. Tho conk says sho feels llko  leaving our employ ovory tlmo sho  catelle* sight ot w.v witc.  "And what urn joo duiii���������' uhoul li',"  "I'm trying to got my wlfo to tuko a  ������ong vacation."  ������____������������������������-���������������������������������___i  Jtnt 11������'i������|iiminIIi1o Tlien.  "Of  ornti'.-it   if   w-\tt   fnnlKti   nf Mtn"  said Miss Aiitcek, "bint onco my fiunco  told mo my beauty simply Intoxicated  him."  "Ah," replied Minn Popprey, "that  was Just boforo ho proponed to you,  wasn't It?"  CVinfeaolnn.  I hurl a brick ������t tliottti who rido  in nuto* fnut nml fri-������,  Thrn *lt iK-uldo th*> strict nnd thtnU  How npjcndld it woni.| be  If I wero In an auto and  Folks chucked tho brlcki tt m������,  A LITTLE TYRANT,  There Is no tyrant llko the teething  bnby. The temper Isn't due to orlg  luul win; the little ono suffers wow  iiiiin tlio rest of the family. Me  doesn't know what; is Uie mallei���������  iIk'V do, Mut baby need not suffer  longer ihnn It takea to mnko him  well, If tho mother will give him  Baby's Own Tablela. Tlmy ense (lie  tender guniH nud bring the foetb  through painlessly and without tears.  " aiW|n    n\'M>ltv  IPtlol  girl's health became no hnd Hint we  felt very anxious. Sho waa toothing  und HiuTei'Hl ho much Unit we did uof  know what, to do for her. I was advised in h-v JJnliv's Own TabJeis.  nnd from utmost, the msi uoho sue  began to Improve, and there wns no  further I rouble. She Is now In lhe  host of health, thankrt to tho Tablets." Tito Tablets cure nil iho minor  alineni.M of children, and are a blessing to both mother nnd child. They  always do kooiI -tliey cannot possibly  do harm. Try them nnd you will use  tin other medicine tor yonr Utile nn������>.  [ Hold by nl! druggist* or Kent by mail  s nt 2Ti cent* a bnx hv wrltlntr tlie  i Dr. Williams' Medicine Co, Brock-  vtllo, Ont.  (Hunt lt������>r Ti'HIi,  A pnfwnger on an Kiiglinh railway  train pulled the "eeininuiileatloii cord'*'  tho oilier dny nnd Mopped tho train-  When the guard i-aiiic to the coii'ipart*  ment In wlih-li die curd had been pulled.  he found a distnieted woman piwBon*  ger, Nile Imd eren looking ui|t of IhOr  window nnd hnd dropped lief fiilge  teeth. Hhe wished io go back and tlnH  thoin.  n.m ii.- r.\ii-i.'Hi,'ii itiiiiMftr.  She   Would you have me boliovo t  lllll llie ii- M  lio I .tut, nil   |i|i'|Mi.>Vti  \o*  ill      * .  ' 'MU1 ���������*>.-������, ItU,     1  f i, ^ t' ��������� ���������     I   .      ,.    ,.*...,  11 du/.eii. ,Sln< And Ihey nil refused  youV He of i'iu!r������", Kvery im������������ of  them knew I win bead over heeN lu  lute with you.   She   Vou dear boy!  (tm ������r Ilia Mm>.  Ml������* Ooltnll Did you attend the ������it*~  man last night v Mr. l-'tulge Wi. I  can't Kpeak tlie httigiiage, nnd I know  I   *!k.e,iM   ti--,t   o:.; -y   v..y  <\f.   k':if--\-m  Magazine.  lliUirmtfil.  fSnyliriy - Do you know anything  altotit betting on ht������r*<* ritti**'t tJ������y������  man���������I know all nlnait It.   I'vo quit. ���������^-"ncrx* *h..^ts  JAPANESE  RICE  ajvji-i-fT*���������'-������t"r-��������� ���������.��������� ������������������ .-������  At a how Price,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean quality  ,60 lbs, ,..,,......,..$2.65  K. A  JXo. 6 Japtowa,....Cumberland B.f  For CAN DIES  Novelties,  Pictures,  Frames and cleaning  of frames.  Q,  HUNDFN  Cumberland  Morroclji Bros,  t3R$AD, Cakes and Pies delivered daily to any part of City.  yOLLSTOCKOF ^   Grpwrfa  J>*     9   "V  ���������^rfigwL'i 'i' 'wi'^hHC  C. H. TARBELL,  High Grade stoves  &nd all Kitcbou Requirements  -__J__  ^POBTSMENS GOODS  & GENERAL HARDWARE  If Wf ������"fi'    m0 ,!���������������������������������, J  MARKS,  DK8IQNS,  00PYRI0HT8 AO.  Aorow) aavAtast a rtetoh and desertion may  tuioMr ���������wwtaln. free, whether An Invention i������  protat>lr patentable.  CooimuntoatlQiu atrlwV  wKttf&IS???t_ir,,u������h *��������� **��������� ���������"*���������  60IEHTIF10 AMERICAN,  L"-"- '"netratM, lantttt otreulaiiai ot  ���������_._UNN  * C0������_  001 Br Mdw**, lew Vnk,  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  FOn FIRRT-CLAHH  CANDY, FRUITH,  CJNUIIH <fe TOBACCOS  mmjt���������m���������������<m^*w^iwt���������mmwimmmmaii. atim.t .i. xv..\n  HARNESS  11     WILLARD U prepared to  * * ������   fill any Order* tor Flue or  Hea?y HarnftiB, at ���������hort notice.  Wfrj.AIU) QUji! !K, Comberiand.  For Kalsomlning,, Paper-hi'.nging  GI zing   and    Painting,      act  HIGH'D. McGRCGOR,  Uumberi&nd Hotel.  mENGINEERINOAfil  MlNINO JOURNAL  1  NOW IN ITS Jtth YEAR  Tho leading mlnfflf periodic*! at  ������i������ wr*M. with th* ������Wf>nBMl nttttortnl  ���������tnft of mny ttetiule������l publication,  gubeertrttw #8,00 a f������ar (includ-  lag V, H��������� Canadian, Mm loan po������ap<*).  Iftiupl* eopf tree, I*oo4 tur Book  QeUiefpio.  rvaueiiTVi* orrtm  KM Pmrt Stmt, N������w Yerk  \JOTICE IS HKHEBY GIVEN tbat ap.  ^ '     plication wi'l be made to the. Legia  lative A������seutbiy of the Province of  British Columbia, at it* next Session, for a  Private Bill to incorporate a Company to  build, equip, maintain and operate a line or  lines of railway, either standard or narrow  ���������. auge, {rom a point at or near Quataino Sd.  on the West Coast of Vancouver Maud by  ihe moat direct aud feasible route to a point  .tt or'near Seymour Narrows thence along  Bute Inlet hy tbe must dii ect and feasible  route to a point  ou the Chileotin river and thence by the  most direct and feasible route 'to the Pine  River Pass; and also wita power to eqip,  ooustruct and maintain brunch lines and all  uecesBary bridges, roads, ways aud ferrien;  and to build, own aud maintain wharves and  docks in connection therewith; und to build,  owu, equip and maintain steam aud.other  vessels d<- (1 boats, ad operate the same on  *nv navigable waters within the Provinc :  and to huild, equip, operate and niatnaiu  telegraph and telephone lines iu connection  with tte;8-iid railway and branches, and to  generate electricity for the supply of light,  heat aud power; and to acquire lands, bonus  es, privikgesor othei fids fi-om any Gover ���������  ment, Municipal Corporations or other per-  jonB or bodies, aud to levy and collect tolls  irom all parties using telegraph or telephone  lines, and on all fre gh passing over any of  such ro������ds, railways, tramways, ferries,  wharves aud vessels built by the Company;  and with power to make traffic and other  arrangements wuh railway, steamboat or  other Companies and for all other necessary  or incidental rights, powers, aud privileges  in that behalf.  Dared at Victoria B.C. the 23rd day of  November 1905.'  P_ L'B_8 & WILSON  Solioit^-s tor the Applicants,  jlO  NOTICE IS HEPE!>Y GIVEN that an  application wttl be uj.d'. to the Leij-  imatiive Assembly of the Province of.  British Columbia at it* next Session for an  Act to revive, ratify an confirm thc Cow-  ichau-Alberui and Fort Rupert Railway to  Act, and extending the time for commencing construction of the said railway, aud of  xpending ten per cent of the Company's.  ..apital thereon, and to empower tiie Company to extend its railway from ������ny poiui.  ou its Hue to the City of Victoria, or to my  point ou E*qubnalt Harbor; or in the alter  uative to incorporate a Company to build  the line of railway set out in the Act of Incorporation of tne said Company, with -.he  extension hereinbefore mentioned, and with  all the powers contained hi the Model Hail-  way Bill.  Dated at Victoria B.C., 22ud November,  ROBERTSON & RORFRTSON  Solicitors for the Aupicnts.  jlO  -o^-  XTOTIGK IS HEREBY GIVEN that av  >���������*'������������������   application will he made to the Legislative Assembly o( the Province    l  British Columbia, atits m-x' Session, lot hi  Act to incorporate a Company with power  to acquire, purchase,  construct ������n<: opera't,,'  :iie   undertakings' <>f  the   Vancouver aiid  C.ast Kootenay Railway Company; the Al-  i������;roi and Uowielwn Railway Compaoy; the  Kauilo.pH aid A lb. RailwuyCompany; and  the Mir.way and VernouRidlwuy Company;  and to acquire all the rights,  pow.n auu  privileges ol the said Companies; aud with  p-wer to exercise all the ypw������rs coufeaioed  in the Acta of Incorporation ot Che Baid Com  panics; and with power to acquire, puroham  oon������truot and operate the  undertaking  oi  any other Railway Company oi Comp,������uiu>,;  ������nd wifh power to stihsoribe for and purohase tho stock, bonds, debentures or other  securities oi any Railway Company; and tt.  exoliangii thn utook or otiw bonds, debeu-  mires or othor afcouritius ol tiie Company t������  ie incorporated tor tho shares, st"**, dehen-  :ures, bonds or   othor seuuritiew  of   ai.y  oi her Railway Cnwpii'ty? and withp ������wer ti  i oroaae tno oupital of the Company to be  incorporated; uud with pow- r to issue shftto  ,������fully pi-Id npj and to bori'--w nio'-ey oi  thoOompiuiy's asBett by any lorm of B.cui-i-  ���������i", and with p^werto promote auy Kaikny  CnipwM   r UoitipaniM, or to uui'vl^amni'  with any Gomp'u.y oi Oompunhw: uud wuh  ail tlto other uud neeessftry powers cmduu  ve to the carrying out of the Ooinpany'.< xse  .itii'takinu,  Dated at Viotor-a R,0. this 22nd. day of  No vem bor, 11)05,  HOHBRThON k HOBKRTSON.  S'vlJoitors for list* AppiiuaH*.  JlO  ���������i  ������ I.i..I .HI. o*  ������������������'ju.t iiiibwww ii'.i'i'j'ii um.  A Guaranteed Cure for PI'ea.  '���������clilp" RWoH, nuHlftg or Protruding  PHm, Drngglita rofond iww- ,V|7"  OINTMENT failt tn ouro my oma, ������o mat  ter of how long itauding, (n Q to 14 day*,  Pint application given ouie and roit. 60o.  If your diuggl8t hain't it send SOo in itampii  and it will be forwarded pont������yaid by Paris  Mediclno Co,, St' Louis, Mo.  When In rourtay >vtay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Rvery H������riv*������oi������-i,*������o Uw auovift,  Th������������n<'nttn.| Tut i for hporgnman  I'm- l;#.s> ��������� r \\"tv  i''i)i������r������  Hl,\fPnNAHt.,K  I. J. Henry's  Nurseries    And  Greenhouses*  3010 WESTMINSTER ROAD,  VANCOUVER,    -    B.   C  Main nursery for Fruit Stock-  South Vancouver, one mile south  of city. Branches at Viotoria and  Mausqui for Seed* and Nursery  Stock growing. Extra large-, planting for fall   delivery.  One year appie, 4 to  $12 per 100; apple 2, 3 and 4 years  old, $18 to $20 per 100; Maynard  Plum $ Leach  Larfie irnporation of Bulba from  Japan, Holland and France,  Extra nice choice of Cherry,  Peach, Plum, Apricots, etc., now  growing for fa llg order. No expense  loes or delay of fumigation or inspection.  Let me price your list before  placing your order. Catalogue  free. Greenhouse P louts,' Hor  Work, BeeSuppiies. tfruit packages  Fertilizers, etc. Garden, Field and  Flower Seeds in season.  M. J. HENRY  FOR    PRESENTATION  PURPOSES.  SOLID GOLD WATCHES  SOLID GOLD CANES  DRESSING CASES  CUT GLASS and  STERLING SILVER.  Inscription Engraving free and  at  short notice.  I i      oixjwrxttit  Watchmaker   and  Jeweller,  .  m  m   .  a  * . .   . m m . . . e      ,ee*eeae  :       V'lLLIAMS BROS.        :  iliverv Stable'  .   *   . ���������  '.   Trambtkrb and Duaymrn   ���������'  ;     SlNGLK  AND   DOUBLE   UK-I     J  .*     POK   HlKK.     AbL   ObDKRS     |  ���������   Promptly  Attended to    ;  ; Third St��������� Cumberland,B'c!  .Ml    ���������������   I I l.'l    I"  When in Oumberlaud  BTAY AT THE......a. ,���������  VENhOAIR.  ttff    AU, CONVUNWKOHB  FOB  Gl/WHM.  Thk Baii ro.Snppuw> wwh  Best Liquors and Cigars  H. A, MILLS.  OOOOO ODOOOOOOOOOtJOr  0 ������  1 Livery  3       AILSTD  Teaming  O I nm prepared   to ^  q furnish Stylish Rigs g  0 and do Teaming at O  9.. re;i.sonahlc rates, ������  O  c  o  I'.  ���������       "   i Tl> iTI'  CUMHKKLANO O  5 (> no< Kxx oooc)0{ >oooo  Fint>Cla88 Accommodation  ....at Reasonable Bates....  BEST OF WINES <fe LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PUOPRIETOR.  INTERESTING        INSTRUCTIVE  "CORRECT  ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly Magazine Dkvotkd to the  Ubk of English.  JossrHiNE Truck Baker, Editor.  Partial Contents for this Month,  Course in Eai-li������h for the Beginner.  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IMPROVED STOCK  AT !��������� ARMKRP PRICES.  _5roxio__j-  PUBLTC NOTrCE IS HEliEBr (?FVEN  to the Electors of the Municipality of Cumberland that I require the prei������������������iee of che  said Electors at the Polling Station oa  Dunsmuir Avenue on Monday, the 12tfh day  of January, 1906, at 12 o'clock uuon, for  the purpose of electing a Mayor aud Alder*  men to represent them for the year 1906.  The mode of noiiiination of candidates  shall be as follows:���������-  The candidate shall be nominated in  writing; the writing shall be subscribed by  two voters of the Municipality aa ptopoMt  and seconder, aud shall be delivered to the  Returning Officer at any time between the  date of the uotioe and 2 p.m. ot the day of  the nomination, and iu the event of a poll  being necessary, such poll will be open*  ed on Thursday, the 18th day of Januar>,  1906, at the Poll iug Statiou, mxt  Whitney Block, Dunsmuir Avenue, Cumberland, B.C, of which every person is  hereby required to take notice and gove.n  himself accordingly.  The qualification as candidate for Mayor  is as follows:���������  He must be a male British subject of tho  full age of tweuty-one years and not d ���������.���������������  qualified under auy law and have beeu br  the six months next preceding the day of  nomiuatiou the registered owner in tha  Land Registry Office of land and real pro*  perty in the Cit> of the assessed value on  the last Municipal Assessment Roll ol $1000  or more over and above auy registered iu-  cumberance or charge, and who is other*  wise qu ditied as a municipal voter.  Thu quiiiiticauou na caudidtte for Alder  men is as follows:���������  He must be <i British subject of the full  age of twenty-one years and notdi'quahfi. d  - under ��������� tuy law, and have been lor six  months next preceding the day of nomination the roistered ow ner in the Lttnd Registry Office of laud and real prtperty in  the City of the assessed value on the last  Municipal Assessment Roll of $500 or more  over and above auy registered iuuumberance  or charge, and who is otherwise qualified as  a municipal voter.  Given under my Sand at the City < f  Cumberland this 30th day of December 191)5  LAWRENCK W. NUNNS,  Ketit.'tiiug'Officer,  TJWfl S&q&c&Ssek'  jf/w OiiMt hisglish liemtdy.  . _. __ A positive cure for all forms ot  , . Pf&'CFiW* Sexual Wea3:ac_, liiontul m*.\  Bows md a ; ,.h ilmln W01T7, Emissions, Slier-  nwtorrlsocu, i'snpotenoy, _ll'ects of Abutu or  Excess, all of which lead to Consumption,  Intirmity, .insanity aiid an ciu ly grave, Prico  91 !>or pte., six for $5. Ono will ploiMo, nix wiil  .sure. Sold by ell druggists or nviile<\ In 'jlnin  wiltnBoon rocol pt of price. W rite for Pamphlet  if.oWoOiJ Modlofne Co., Windsor, Outono.  . ,SMOKE,  ,.  "CUBAN    BLOSSOM',  A UNION MA UK CMAR  PROM   THR���������  Cuban Cigar Factory  M, J. 8-.������9?1, Prjprttf!;')?,    '  NOTICE.  MUNICIPALITY OF  THE CITY OF CUMBERLAND.  NOMINATIONS vou 2 S<._OOLTrustbks  will bo reoeivi'i ���������u Mii.iday, ih<- 15 h Juy  otJ'ii-uary, li������06,  at 12 o'clock noou.  The  mode  nf   .'ruination of candidates  ah.ilI ho iimi- Vi--.%!,;���������  L'ne osiuduiute snail be nondnaicd iu writ-  incf. tin: wrifnp sh^H hn subscribed !>y two  vu'.ers ot tho .Municipality, as proposer  Mid 3<:oiiuiier, aud -li ul be delivered to the  Re^m1Tiug"OffitsW~ar-air'rtiino-bevweeu-Tthe-  da'i; of the imtice wJ 2 p in ut lh* day of  nomination^ and m the cvr.uti|f more tliau  ouo uotuiiiii i.iii. -i IJ'������M \v',ll-.'tM> ������������������p.-m-'i n  Tnuisit.-iy, un 16.h da) ui Jauurtiy, i9(Mi,  at the Polling Station, nuxt Whitney Block  Cumberland, B.C,-.of whiun ev������ry^nsrso is  hereby riqnirud to take notice and ^i>v,-ru  iiiiuwd li-xoid'urtly'.'  Q'.ta!ificaOiotis"for Tru f.e^s is nJ f/*Uo���������������������������.  ( .-iiiy per������".i;b'iin(j  a  i'ou.^eh >l. pr u>   'he  ���������VluiiUii- ality null being ,i Bntch suiijuct o(  full ax" of ;weuty-oii������ ytar-, -,���������\o othei-  Ui  nviim quaiifird by thii- Aot te Vote at au  dlecciou of Schiol Trust res iu thw ^aid  Monunimlity aiiitll b tli^bln t- Im ult-o'ed  or to HOiv������as a Nohool  Trusue,  Givnu  under   my  bind ai' ^he City of  Cumberland thit< 30th da  of Ofe-mber 1W05  LAWIIRNCE W. NUNNS,  Re'.uruui)/. OUiuer  ���������   ���������   ���������  Ai the Big etore, y^u will find  full lines of UentB full <lrenn nhirti,  white kid GI,ovw, Oollnw mtd Ihwq  ties.       Simon Leinee ifc Co. Ltd.  Bread, Go per loaf at Morrochi  Bros,  Union  Hotel  SLiL-^XJBL   O     r>_LVIS,     'F_ios������s&r_w,  Euglish 4 x BURTON always on Up j also, the fumous MJLWAUKKR  BBKRS���������Anlieusur, Bohemian, Sohtlti, fto. "OLD GRBV BIMRD"  acOTCU WHISKY,        Best Wines and Liquorg of all kindi,  Tho Boarding and Lodging |)������|Mrtm������it, undor tho immediate superiutourienoo of Mm  Davis, will bo found Kimt oliun in every rwpeut.  RATES,  $1 oo per day upwards,  Campbell's : BAKERY  A Vine RuUotioB of OAKES always  on band,  1TRKRH BREAD every day,  Ordora for 8PK0IAL 0ASE3 promptly attended to,  Dunsmuir kmm  Cuiiiueriaiiu,  HC It ill W������<liil���������  jmrnn iji \M\wwfymm  ir'���������, j dinfitcn.     Prop t  To Cure a Cold in One Day  To*������ Laxative Bromo Quinine TaNeu, ^ rwjL  Itm Mm*n htntm MM tn y������l 13 nwotht. Tills rf������n_ilirO, ^* ^HC^  Cox* Crfy  (DtWolHya,  Oftfvwy  box, 25c THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every, Tuesday.  W.B. ANDERSON,    -.    - -      MGR  tntt-  '*.������'-���������*.-.;.������������������  If  The oolutmiM of Thk News are open to all .  Who wish to expr������aa shereiu views o mat- I  tera of publio interest.  While we do not hold ourselvew re -* insi-  ble for the utterances of correspondence, we  eaerve   the right   of  declining  to inser  ouimunioations unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY,   January 17 1906  Kspimait ft Hamimir Ry  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.'  VICTOBIA- CC_IC3C      . S?O"0__S  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling rtt   North  Saanich  , Cowichan Bay; Maple Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  or passengers offer.  Leaves Nana.mo Titasday, 5 p.m., foi  Union Hay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a-m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leave* Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Stils from Nanaimo Friday,  2 p.m., .for  Victoria, calling at Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crotton, Maple Bay, Co\sloh-  ao   Bay  and   North   Saanich   when  freight and pa������w,nprs offer  NoHh  Saanich  when tide and wearhpt  conditions  permit.  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Voetvrnal ltiv*stl*������tflff.  nusbnnd-l havt $7 uiorv in my  porki't tonU'lit thnn I hnd lost hlght  Now ������\iphh how iiiuch 1 hav<i������  Wlf������~S������*ven dollnn.  The true art of memory Is tbe art of  ���������UttuUou.���������Johiifiuo.  I hctrO the wind rlsr, I heard it fall.  Saw die chipmunk scamper en root :md waO|  I heard tbe sparrow, glad ai the Oay,  Caroling,'.throwing.toil',,* away; ���������  Where liuhi aud laughter would rippl* and  Saw tht cricket jump aftc; Ida hrari In tha patat  Whore ill day Ion* the ulouJa���������������k>,.'amiet-T  Witchtd the nicaduw waya and the Cm-.ty ������Jaac_j  Heard the yellow birda Uyliii; in rliytUmle wave*  Every creat betipped witb plaintive atavea;  Heard the woodpecker hammer the .hemlock I  Saw tbe raurmot oa end at Um dooy .of hia,  gw thu juy awake and tbe bat asleep,  w tbe mon all Hill, saw the ruunel tftpi  Saw the brave day lire, taw tho brave dey Hie.  Baw the bee go home and the butterty,  Saw tbe Orel wild sur wbeul Into dhe iter*  So lancy ibowa to the tt* ri tbat eloaa  The bii������tui thinsa that nature kavw*;  Bo tancy bring* to the boart that riagl  All hapfy, ihliilnr, ainglntf tliluja.  I'wicy and I, 'twixt IHeee walla aliv%  Fancy ���������������I i aad tbt wwll mt awa.  *-4iAaVaamCaaaaf\������t  WATSON'S  ..   VU*>     . ' 1    x  ���������}l**w*l'-  ��������� ��������� t-  i   '   ���������.  t.j'Wit}' .t  1.  i\'Wi-M}-  1  ��������� _/���������'....���������  \ /' i'V i  i -.-ii  '.i.i.  J' ���������'','< ���������.;  ': * . -t ".,:t*  I*?  ��������� -.t-,r.,i.  -,*     i'f  ��������� ��������� ������           *  ���������">#3ifi'*'<y<  -V'.'^-i  !,%%���������             '���������  ___^K_N  v ���������  mm*  '��������� ��������� "Ji - f '.*<������������������$?&$& ���������  jw-?i>.\-ft<K^'tvA*;-,  t-Amm*--  'W"\-** t^r)'  >:'������*������Ux.'J,.  W St,   umie-ilmd  Kins of Scotch Whiskies.  C?   .   The HUDSON 8 BAY OO,  Sole Agents for S. 0. The Heiress of  Cameron Hall.  BY LAURA JEAN LIBBEY  Authot of "Miss MiddleWs Loto/* "A FttttdUca H***-  age," ���������' Daisy Brooks,'' Etc* Etc.  aXH&imSSbt&Xw^^  Continued from last week.  ine moments flew, and with a des-  perate cry Helena threw herself  against the sash, the glass shivered  into a thousand fragments, falling  with a crasli to tho pavement below.  An old sailor, leisurely passing the  house, turned with an ejaculation of  surprise, stopped, and stared curiously at the open window, and as  ho stared a beautiful, girlish face  appeared at the broken window ��������� a  faco so strangely familiar that it  struck him like an electric shock.  "Help!" she cried out, shrilly,  holding out her whito arms to him.  "I am a prisoner here! For the love  of Heaven set me free! Oh, sir, listen to my prayer!"  ���������The words had scarcely fallen from  ber lips ore    she    was hurled rudely  back from the window by a man who  crashed the oaken blinds together  with a fierce oath.  Shiver niy,timbers, if I don't believe there's foul play aboard of that  craft," muttered the old sailor, leaping up the steps, three at a time, and  bounding upon the portico which the  window opened  out on  to.  One pull from his powerful hands  and the heavy blinds swung back  from their hinges, and he sprung into the room from which tlie piercing  cries proceeded.  Ho was just in time. Dr. Black  had snatched- Helena back from the  window, and by main force lifted the  struggling girl from her feet���������pushing her angrily toward the deep  closet which contained the skeleton.  "I think I know a way of silencing  your,, tongue," ho cried, flinging the  door of the recess wide open. "Here  you shall stay in close confinement  -wit-h���������thisW���������(���������f>oiB-ting_to~tlie���������sjyjng=_  ing object) "for a companion until  you promise '. never to repeat this  morning's performance."  "Oh, sir!" gasped Helena, "for the  love.of Heaven let me go free.    I am  kept here through a vile plot.   I���������"  Dr. Black laughed harshly.  "Pray  spare  yourself   unnecessary  explanations.      I    am paidnwell    to  keep, you here,  and here you are to  remain       until       the      lady     who  brought ,      you        orders       otherwise,,, !  I am     not     interested    in  the    whys', or'the wherefores    ofthe  case.    Remember.,">he hissed, "a certificate from,' nW would put. you into  "���������i^'ips^nejtjsyifxmj'' :.  , ''0hJ.,si^,f,r'i^peJtied' l;Ielena, piteous-  ly��������� still ������������������siruKigling desperately in his  ftrms,.Vlist6n'to mo but a moment���������  One brief"wBin^yvC!"' '���������'���������'"*  '*vM>t ari'lnstinht.'-'A crowd will bo  cbnqcyn|;,,ft<|t%J^'.'to.,'ili.how. what, that  brgKJciw, ..glass, .upon^   tho pavement  moans.'V-������t.i'.-;-; .,-���������:. ;>.-.   ���������.'. ".-.' ���������  Ho ���������aihr'ew i open tlio recess door,  puishing Helena-in'by main force, nnd  again ���������her' shrieking cry for help  piorcod 't'hq���������.o,hl' fi'tyilor'.s ear, as ho  flprung thrpjiyh .t,ho; broken window  Into tho'jKww. ,. ���������  ieWth-'.."ono>'/.'bo������itidt ho-tore ITolona  from his"-ttrmsi hurling tlio doctor  back with a woll-ainied blow from  his powerful arm that sent tho  wretch reeling upon tlio floor.  -VTako Wirti, you h\nd-shark!" ho  roared. "I ought to slinko your vory  llfo out, you cur, for assaulting a  woman.'',;    ' *       ���������  llelomv'had sprung to lier rescuer's  Ride with'a thankful  cry,  sobbing:  "Oh,    tnko   uio nwny. sir,   I. pray  you!    I 'nm a prisoner hero."  'Thut'8 jtiHt what i iuti'iid to do.  I'm too truo n aitilnr to over dnsort  a fihlp or a woman in distress," ho  luiHWored, turning toward the trembling girl, "\Vliy, liy all the pow era  abovo iik!" ho ^ja on la tod, In dellght-  i,d nmnzomont; "bbss my stars if If,  fKit't Miss Helena!" ho cried, staring  down at hor; ami, gazing up Into IiIh  sunburned fnco, wllli a joy words can  hardly describe, Helena ivcngnlwd  Mm at ouro as tim old wiilor wins  had so bravely carried them through  tho three terrible da,\������ on tin- wide,  ro.sihs.s iifotui, and from wh'>m slio  had pai'lod nt tho London dock, after glvlny him hor .address, promising him that ho tdontld hour from  her, ns ho an onrnoHily requested,  whon Hho was definitely settli-d.  I'M,.,.',     el,,-,.     I, ��������� i ,,,<<���������,,,.,%    .i.jl),     ftrifl    of  mv imt ii-nU'" si't'eamed the doctor,  roc-iverinp lhe uso of his tonmio ami  IifH lilnliH nt the Hiiino  instant.  llo'niiLi'h ilimj;.;; Jiohl tlgh*t-rcd  upon hor rescuer's unit.  "Stand  out  of in>   v.-;iv,"  ,������a!il  tbo  (till    hillllll,    hl(!)IIJ>, 1     .(III    il     nil Uii  nf this young girl, whom 1 find in  your villainous duifln'H, aid *n friend  in need,' it toi-inr. Not a word  Moro," he added, stridim; past tho  doctor. -"Voar tmmo is not. now* to  tno Attempt tt\ mnko any more  troublo fir ih;:i youii" lady, and v. ������������������  Will tnqniro into ma'tors you Juno  heltevcft tn 'fi o i- )!'���������(! lip turn hn-v  elnro forgotten, 'litis old hoouo mny  1 ' .1*1 in,uio a dar'., m,'s<������������rioi;������i *���������< err*  tl it the outor world Iffflo dreamt of  Your rooord In London I* ol th*  tut mo ntfliij as yonr name, kt me  UH vou."  Dr. Black drew bacK, deadly pale  even to his bearded lips, lie saw he  was badly \\oi\sted; the old sailor  had heard of him.  "I will not i bandy words with  you," he said, haughtily, scowling  darkly. "This young lady was placed by her friends in my" charge and  vnder my care. Take her from me n't  your peril; you shall answer, for it  to her friends." ,     ��������� >  A hearty laugh broke fr oin1 the. old  sailor's lips. He deigned the* doctor  no reply, but tucking poor terrified  little Helena's arm imder his own,  hurried her triumphantly from the  room and out into the street.  "Oh, I haven't tinie to" thank  ybu!" sobbed Helena. "I must get  to tho court by two o'clock."  And in a few brief words she explained to him rapidly that which  the reader already knows���������ithe arrest of her lover for the' attempted  assassination of poor Herbert- Hen-  wick, who had saved her from the  burning steamer.  "Why, it seems like a romance,"  declared the old sailor. "I hope  thc one you think the most of is not  guilty of the charge, but things look  mighty dark for him; jealousy 5 hns  brought more than one good follow,  to the gallows. I'll go to the court  with you���������that is, -if'-you are not  jr ashamed of my appearance,'/-he said,  earnestly. .    '������������������*.].���������  Helena assured him that she would  be very pleased to have him accompany her. He haljed a passing cab,  and  silently they took their seats.  "I can do.you this much good," he  said, slowly, "I can 'prove to 'them-,  if necessary, that you did not elope  with Herbert Renwick' from America,  ancl ho never know of yonr presence  on board the steamer.������������������ until he saved  'yva~lrom���������the~nre  Ho looked long and earnestly into  the girl's faco. "How strangely you  resemble a little child I once knew!"  he said, thoughtfully, "a little babe  I once rescued on a dark, .stormy  night nearly seventeen years'ago,  from the Ea.st River, when..T..'was a  deck-hand on one "of the 'ferry-boats.,  Remind me of the story t'o-nVor.row,  and I wilt toll youi'of it."      '. ���������  So lnten.tlv ' had Helena's thoughts-  been upon Frederick that'she did-'not  heed one word thai fail'' from' tho old  sailor's 1 ij-s-���������words that might have  saved hor from a*'* World'of Xvoe had  she but understood the'ni. At' that  moment the cab stopped beforo tba  crowded doors of tho court,.  "We're too lute!" exclaimed--, the  old sailor,' as Il-elena followed Win,  whito ns death, through the dense  throng; "tho case has gone to tho  jury, and tho foreman  is just about  to announco the vordict .VVe aro too  lato!"  and am  coming to join  you!     Your  haunting spirit shall belaid!"  And before the paralyzed throng  coald divine his intention or catch  the import of his muttered, incoherent, words,-Mark Forrester quickly  drew a pistol from his pocket.  There���������, swas a quick flash, and the  next instttnt a bullet was buried in  his breast^  AndgVut : that self-same instant-���������  shocked' by the tragedy ,he had just  witnessed���������dethroned reason came  back with a rush to Herbert Ren-  wk'k'a brain, and, as the physician  had anticipated, the last thing that  happened before he lost consciousness  was the first thing on, his mind now  when  consciousness returned'.  "Help! Police!" ho shouted, lustily. "You shall have nei'thcr my  money nor my life. I recognize you!.  You aro the porter of the Hotel Emmery, who followed me to the bank  when I cashed my drafts. I��������� Help!  police! My God, the man has murdered mc!     Oh, Helena���������"  Matters had taken a wondrous and  most startling turn, Herbert Ren-  wick's revelation had entirely exonerated his rival of the charge he was  accused of.' And an hour afterward  all London was ringing with the  news-of the acquittal, and Herbert  Renwick's intense surprise when the  thrilling events of the last fortnight,  in which he had been the principal yet  silent actor, was made known to  him.  Herbert had turned to Frederick���������to whose arm Helena  clung, trembling and agitated���������holding out his hand and saying solemnly:  "Let" this strange and hair-breadth  escape from prison, where you have  so unjustly suffered through me, cancel all the old bitterness. We can  never be friends, but we shall not he  enemies. You have won Helena from  me. I will not say that" I will learn  to forget her, for I never can do that.  Yet, I will do my best���������for,  " 'Tis better to have loved and lost  Than never to have loved at all.'  Make her happy, Frederick, and  may  God bless you both."  With these words he had turned  and left them abruptly, entering his  coach which was rapidly driven  away ��������� while Frederick, accompanied by Helena and the faithful old  soldier, returned to the hotel where  Vivian and her party were stopping,  Mark���������poor Mark���������-having been carried thero in advance of them.  ���������-T-he-shock��������� of^eouiing���������f ace~io_.fa.ee,  ������������������with Mark���������whom she had quite  believed to be lying beneath the  waves of the far-off Chesapeake ���������  and especially     seeing him standing  CITAtftEft  ir'^r  o ,.,, ���������>>���������,  It was dt''thls"''iJvoWfi!it'^th'&''>yri')^1  piteous cry och-oed ���������'felfro'ilglv'vthu  court room,- and llehifia struggled  thrf������iig|j;;)t})0;'y|Wt,������fl������c'J!)tWajry' to.��������� the  prisoner's box.      :���������..,������������������;'.*,���������������������������',:.,.   .������������������'...  "Frederick," sho breaks out, vehemently, .despite the court-crler's  voico shouting, angrily, "Order in  the court!"���������"I know you aro not  ffwlltyl"'     : .    ��������� '  "Holona!*' crlos' Frederick, 'faintly,  a sudden '��������� glory breaking ovo|- hlf,  palo, handsome faco, and shining'out  of his bonny bluu e,w,s.  What muttered it what tlio world  thought of htm as long as she hold  hliu   guiltless?  <ireedUy tho crowd strain oyes to  nee nnd oars In listen, and thoy  8ooin to iindcrnifind by insllmi tlmt  thin heavily vol!ei|' little orouiiif'o Is  tho bountiful heroine who has clayed  such havoc wiih tho hearts of thofio  two handsome riviils,  And u thrill stirs I bo oacor Mining,  "'llvo mo Olio eminent in npi"t."  pants ITodoiiii, thirsting bark lar  \nil with ono Ireoibliiig while hand,  wMlo <>��������������� nthm- ii lii.ld out toward  Frederick. "T did nol fly from Frederick (.";i!itloti.n on what was lo have  been my wedding night. I did not  elope with Mr. Jleiiwick, I will loll  you how I camo mi board tlio Ht earner bound for Fun,p.., if you will but  hoar mo for one brief momont."  Mio tui'iioii per ji,\ciy faco imuuua  (>,y it,. ,,:;.;,..v. ::., ,.��������� /,,<��������� ,(,���������< }:. 1.1 y  in glrllah con!iii-i-,n and dl&iiny, and  r" ono in ihat vo> t nsmmhlijago ever  forgot that wondrotifdy'd>&ttitlful  face, and thoy did not wonttof   that  ft.       t ,.r   I      I    .1,.!,.,,���������    iliili-i-L   |vn  rivals to tho vm��������������������������� ImMiw df'iimdm������'������i  and    despair, fm   tho fiW^fc'qimplod  Uioko woiidioij* drtBi,,:voJvft,v  iivoi'!������KAj'lt7f'. nnd  idvv on which tho  :;,' brown, childish  .'   <d''''iro c: over  etumifl.   For   ono  ���������':   F'"rrv^or   f-i-ed  bereft   of  reit'-a 0.  far.  oyes, crimson <p  broad, while 1  rur!s ' lay in gh"  ri; *. m.u'' ���������:���������������������������- *  pa inter |itit upon  !���������;. I :of-if'd V -i  at her like a niiin  "Mv brain whir!'*." ho gasped: "I  inii s'ouiti mud'. I tins hittmtrd by A  ghiwt that will never le laid. The  dark w������for* hove rant up thoir dead.  side" '.by side with Frederick, her lov  er, had been a severe shock to Helena;������������������'but' the terrified scream that  fell'from her white lips had been unnoticed in the confusion, , ,  ���������'While their cab rolled quickly back  to the hotel,'Helena clung to Frederick's protecting,.arm, sobbing like, a  child.  It was no timo or place for lovers' explanations, .with the eyes , of  tho old sailor sitting opposite and  looking so pityingly upon tho two  who had been estranged' so pitifully  on what was to have been their wedding-night.  In vain Frederick tried to soothe  her, and ho" wondered why sho shrunk  so from his loving caresses.  Poor- Froderick, how littlo ho  dreamed of the terrible event in  store for him���������of a sorrow so bitter  thnt ho would ciy ont to Heaven  that" ho-wished they had' died tor  gethcr then and thero.  How could he dream that their re-  unioiv���������that wns liko a glimpse of  pjvradiso to bot,h of- thom���������would  lost but one brief hour, and thoy  would bo so cruolly torn asunder ���������  these two, whose ovory heart-boat  wus for each other?  Froderick had nover onco dreamed  but that Vivian, would rcroivo Helena with open arms, and ho wns  moro than amazed upon reaching the  hotel to llnd that Vivian had loft in  grent haste an hour previous.  Hho hiid left a letter marked  "Strictly pA'Konol," and addressed to  "Miss Helena t'atnoron." With trembling lingers Helena broke tho wen)  and road tlio cruel linos Vlviun had  so lately 'penned.  "llolonn,."���������it rnn���������"I know nil,  nnd I fenf, too, that Immediately after quilling tlio court yuu will bring  Frederick hero to accuse mo of what  1 have dono, 1 will not stay to fnco  it.���������for it would end thoro and then  in a tragedy���������I would kill you, or  myself. J nsk not how you made  your ciionpo from tho placo in which  T loft you, Fata must lmvo, conspir-  od against mo to aid you. Hut ,\ou  Khali never llvo to marry tho man  I lovo���������he Whoso heart was initio beforo you lurid him from mo. Fate  Iiiih helped yo.u In one wny and help-  td mn in nnofhor by throwing ine in  company with those who lmvo en-  *.'-i-t *  if-i turt   .n tri thit MHnrv of iho  frtrl who rin (mod 1hn Camoron  wealth, nnd would rbuiji tho uihiu-  ton honor, 1 know, too tlto cruel  Btury of Murk I'orrc-tor's blasted  Jovodroam ��������� how yo.u si'oro'd the  artist's lnvo���������when a t'l-'iiltlilcr suitor   pi r.M'ilU-'U   lUHt.M-il IU    i-i.L.      |iv,  ���������on of Frederick Cast let on, To-morrow J Khali write to Frederick ('������fillet on, tolling hint aU. Ho shall  know why tho poor boarl-broken ������i-  tl>t preferred death rather than so.i  his falwe love happy with another.  'J hen think ,u>u tlmt Lied, m L <V������s-  thton will hold you guiltless?���������you,  whohe band-, uio i.,,i..ud tu* doi-pl.v  with thi* poor young urtiNt s heart'n  blood ns though your own hnnd hnd  plunged n dnggor thoro? Il������ will  uptirti you, a* will Herb������>rt Uenwlck  and evory other man.      My revenge  ous than you hour of triumph over  me has been, for there is nothing under Heaven that is to be feared more  than a desperate rival's hate and  revenge.  "Vivian Cameron."  The note fell from Helena's white  hands, and the darkness of death'  swept over her; She knewr that her  hour of doom was slowly approaching. ,By to-morrow., Frederick would  receive Vivian's letter, and he would  know that the man lying wounded  unto death had once been her lover���������  the lover from whom she had so  cruelly fled���������-as Vivian had said ���������  because of his poverty.  One question would lead to another between Frederick and Mark  Fonvster. Explanation would surely ensue���������no miracle could avert  them���������detection would surely follow, and Frederick would learn with  horror how cruelly she had deceived  him���������sho, whom he believed tb be  Squire Cameron's daughter ��������� tho  long-lost Ollie���������heiress of Cameron  Hall.  Frederick and tho old sailor, whose  name no one seemed to be interested  in knowing, had considerately quitted the parlor, leaving Helena to  pursue the contents of Vivian's note  by herself.  With cold, shaking hands she touched the bell-cord.  "Please show me to a room," she  said, faintly; "and when Mr. Castleton calls for me, say that I am  indisposed, and can not see him until to-morrow."  And this was t'he message that  Frederick received half an hour later,  when he returned, flushed and eager,  to the parlor where he had left Helena.  To-morrow���������not see him until tomorrow!���������it seemed an age to the  impatient lover; and,, taking his hat,  he walked restlessly out of the room,  resolving upon one course, however,  and that was, that"'on the morrow  he would plead with Helena for an  immediate marriage, and beforo  nightfall she would be his darling  little bride, never more to leave his  sido until death should them part.  It mattered little what had  brought Helena across the ocean, to  this devoted lover. With her own  pure lips she had uttered the words  that had cleared his mind of the  darkest doubt.  '  "She did not elope with     Herbert  ���������Renwick���������then     their meeting    here  was purely accidental," he told himself.  .   _Night_had  drawn  on  apace,     yet  ~ si fil7Ke"wTiOTCTe^  streets of London.  Suddenly a startling thought occurred to him; he had quite forgotten  poor Mark Forrester, the,young artist"; who lay at the point of death;  and it' occurred to him now as most  strange the testimony Mark had given about seeing his darling fall from  tho pier nnd into the dark waters of  the Chesapeake; and, stranger still,  that Mark and his Helena must have  met before, for ho knew her ��������� even  called her "Helena."  ble retribution that would overtake  her; she was hunted down and  brought to bay. Hours before she  had discovered a vial of laudanum in^  the bureau drawer, left tliere probably by some hurried guest of the  hotel, and she told herself that fate  had placed it in her way.  With trembling, ice-cold hands she  set the vial down on the table beside  her and commenced her letter.���������^fehat  pitiful letter confessing all of her  early struggles with poverty, shared  by poor Agnes and her old father in  the lonely light-house by the moaning sea.  Of tho struggle for bread *��������� which  Agnes and herself had waged  In tho dreary tenement house  when left dependent upon her own  exertions. Of Agnes's death, and  the moment of despair in which She  accepted poor Mark's love.  Then, last of all, the confession ns  to how she became possessed of tho  papers proving poor Ollio Cameron's  birthright���������tho papers she had found  in the packet of the old silk dress  she had taken Vn exchange for Agnes's India shawl. ��������� And the startling  temptation that had come to her  that golden sunshiny afternoon to  take the dead girl's place and claiin  her fortune���������she, the poor little  working-girl before wdiom lay long  weary years of toil and poverty���������  unless she wedded Mark, poor Mark,  whom she pitied but coiddj not love!  And how those dreams 'of wealth  dazzled her thoughtless, ambitious,  girlish heart until she yielded, took  the dead Ollie's name, and went :to  Cameron Hall as Squire Cameron's  long-lost  daughter.  Of the will the squire had made,  leaving all to her whom he believed  to be his long-lost daughter, and  how, in the keenest of remorse for  the part she was acting, she had destroyed that latest will, that tho  money Squire Cameron left might go  to the rightful heirs.  Of the meeting with Mark in the  nrbor on the eve before her wedding  day���������poor Mark whom she had so  cruelly wronged and who loved her  so:  Later, of that interview by tho  bay, and how, in .struggling ��������� in his-  arms, she had fallen into the water,,  and her subsequent rescue by a London-bound steamer on which Herbert RenwicR. was a passenger���������all,  all that had occurred up to the present moment. .      ,,  She,    wrote    rapidly, tears falling  from   her  dark   eyes   upon  the  lines  Frederick must read.  She finished  the last line with    a  CHAPTER XXXVII.  For hours Helena Heathcliff paced  her room, looking hor fate calmly in  tho face���������looked back to tho night  whon folly and deception had first-  tempted her,, the night she had snt  with hor brown, curly head bent  over Miss Kirkwood's pink-silk dress,  sowing for tho morrow's broad.  How bitterly sho had hated, hor  lonely life in hor attfC'ro'oni, arid sho  remembered tho words poor dead  Agnes had uttered on that fatal  night! Even the brceyo outside of  hor window seemed to repeat them  to-night as1'sho -hoard thom then-  "What a pity it Is, my darling, to  keep you burled so completely from  tho gay, bright world! You aro so  beautiful, my little darling; your  faco would win you a noble husband  and a homo of your own If you wore  only whero pooplo could see you!"  Thon camo tho terriblo i-omombranco  of tho crowning act of folly of her  young lifo���������taking tho dead girl's  plnco by such a daring fraud ��������� tlio  dead girl, Ollie, whoso whlto, ro-  buking fnco had haunted hor by night  and by day,  Bho had boon so thoughtIosh In hor  childish romantic Idea of wearing  Mis* Kirkwood's diu-H to thu rink.  Slio hud only mount to steal one  bright half hour from the hard life.of  toil and weary pain, Ah, mo, to  what Nlritngo resulth is had led!  Now slut stood face to film with  lier Hiu���������it hnd found her out, Mark  nml  Froderick CiiHihdon had mot,  Frederick would go to the wounded  man's bedside, und a mutual oxpluii-  tltioli   Wuldd  follow,  When the flame of suspicion  ngalniit hor real Identity was once.  IIfrhtoil, search nnd inquiries would  follow, ami the wholo truth would bo  revealed,  "1 can jjot fnco it!" Khe moaned,  In vino- hor "hot fnen num inn I. tho cool  window-piinii    and gazing out    into  tint  (poet   nielli..     imC   tno   |M" ,  oui  emu moon, tlio twittering birds, the  gleam    of   thc stars, or tho   huNliod  Htilbifss     of     tho     siiiinmir    night,  brought no balm to tlto girl's throb-  t -     i      ,  .'���������������������������a  ���������-   --��������� ���������������  Jlut ono courso presented Itself to  hor. Hhu must tell Frederick all; not  la words; oh, dear Iloaven, sho could  cover JJvo through it if ho woro fnco  to fnco with hor, but sho could wrlto  to him confcSHlng nil.  It would bo givoii hhn nn tho morrow whon ho culled for hor, and  while li" rend i������, with n storn, white,  horrllhnl lutv, tihe wuuld lio fold and  whito In death.  Yes, it had como to Unit; fato wns  closing in around hor. Mark would  betray her, and death scorned tlie  only means of escape from tlie tern-  bit tor cry, and buried her face in her"  trembling hands. " t,  "Oh, my love! my love!" she  moaned. "I am bidding you an eternal farewell! Better death than to  livo when your love for me has withered!" ". ''...��������� ���������'������������������  . Sho grasped the fatal via.1, and  raised it to her white, tremulous  lips--and in that moment Mark's  wistful face rose up. beforo her,,'With  its sorrowful story oi hopeless lovo  and blighted dreams���������rand her heart  almost bled for him. Oh, if'sho  could haye but loved him instead of  Fredorick, how different the lifo of  tho poor nrtist who loved her , so  madly would have been! ;'.'"  "Farewell; my heart's lovo!" sho  sobbed, pressing her quivering lips,  to tho closely written sheet, . then,  slowly raising tho death-dealing vial  to thom to drink the fatal draught  to tho dregs.  But that very instant, when Helena,  I-Ioathclifl's sweet young lifo hung.In  tho balance, tho door of her room,  which sho had forgotten,to secure,  was thrown suddenly open, and ono  of tho maid-servants stood whito  and geared upon tho threshold-^���������  whilo Froderick Castleton, pale and  disturbed, stood in tho corridor without, in earnest conversation with  tho old sailor. And with a thrill of  cold horror, Helena heard Mark For-  roster's namo fall ifrom Frederick's  lips. .  Tho vial fell from hor nerveless  flngors, and sho uttered a,stifled  moan. Ilpavon help her���������ovd'n ' tho  swoot boon of knowing that death  had como to her whilo Frederick's  honrt was still hors, was den.led hqr,  "I bog your'pardon, miss,!' guspod,.  tho maid, .breathlessly.    "I knockod  so many tlmos, nnd you did not hoar  mo, I niiido bold to turn tho knob:"'  Tlio maid wondered vaguely'��������� why  tho lovoly young girl stored at hor  with Kiiclt a deathly p.nlo fnco nnd  wild, dark, honi/iod oyw���������-and why  sho hold hor hands clasped so tightly over hor honrt.  "There's n young mnn in No, (XI,  who tho doctors sny Ih ilylug, diInh,"  panted the maid, "and ho calls In*  cosHiiiitly for you, Mr, Cnntloton  nuked to noo him, bill ho would not,  ������oo him���������ho only turned his poor,  whlto face to tho wnl'l with a blttsr  ���������ry, moaning out: 'Send Helena to  me���������I can not give up my hold upon  lifo until i havo looked onco moro uj>-  on    liur   lato���������oiiiy uuvu murul    A|iU  lv,i.'i    iii.il.,    .'i'i.    l...i..i.'. .'..,-.,     Iij,,/    ti...-!  actually 117,iug, turned away mul  bogged mn to ask you to go to tho  poor, dying gentleman, If but for cv  momont,"  jo,      ,..,   I,,    ���������    ,������,.���������.,,���������   Tr,.l,,i,n   1,r>.,������'fl  and realized, Tho fatal blow hiult  not fallen upon her quito yet���������thero  had beeu no explanations, Ho dkl  not know, thon, tlmt Murk had been  hor old lovor. llow Htrango ho  must think Mark's dying request. If  Mark died idle never Would ivvcal  tho fatal truth.  Llko one in a dream the followed  tho maid out into the corridor, ami  a gust of wind from tho window  blow Uio confession out after hor,  and It fluttered quite unnoticed foo  the moment at Frwb������Hrk'a f������>t.  ITOBf CONTINUED. CUMBERLAND NEWS  Cumberland, B. C.  ���������sax  W;C.T.U. AND CHILD r������Ar\rt<AGE.  Winnipeg Lady Deals with Question���������  13-Year-Old Girls Sold for $25.  Hamilton. Ont.���������Mrs. E. Chisholm,  Manitoba, In reporting to the Dominion Women's Chrittian Temperance  Union Convention on Saturday on  foreign work, denounced child marriage practised among Germans,  <laliclans and Poles In Manitoba. She  instanced a case of a thirteen-year-  old girl forced to marry a man much  older, whom she had never seen till  the week before the marriage ceremony. The fathers of the young girls  are paid $25 or $30 by the prospective  groom. Girls are practically sold by  liard-up parents-  She knew of cases of fourteen-year-  old girls being compelled to marry  under similar circumstances. The  attorney general had been appealed  to on the matter, but it was diflicult  to stop child marriages unless they  could get a case for prosecution  through the girl refusing to say yes  at the marriage altar. The matter  was referred to the committee on  resolutions and plan work.  Cash or Cure  If Shiloh's Consumption Cure fails to cure  your Cold or Cough, you get back all you  paid for it. You are sure of a Cure or  the Cash.  If it wasn't a sure cure, this offer would  I not be made.  Can anything be fairer ?  If you have a Cold, Cough, or any disease  of the Throat, Lungs or Air Passages, try  SHILOH  3'3  25c. per bottle.    All dealers guarantee it.  Tis, a Marvellous Thing. ��������� When  the cures effected by Dr. Thomas'  Electric Oil are considered the speedy  and permanent relief it has brought  to the suffering wherever it has been  used, it must be regarded as a marvellous thing that so potent a medicine should result from the simple  ingredients which enter into its composition. A trial will convince the  most sceptical of its healing virtues.  Railway Lands Advance in Price.  The land companies report an active  demand for farm lands in all parts of  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.  Their business this year has been of  the most satisfactory character, the  greater part of the land sold having  gone into the bands of farmers who  will settle on their holdings, make  improvements and become producers.  The extension of railways has had a  beneficial effect,on the situation, haying increased the demand and enhanced values very considerably. The  prices of Canadian Pacific Railway  lands are:,to-day from $3 to >1 an acre  -higher������������������than���������they���������\vere_this_time_a,  year ago in certain districts so affected, and chiefly in northern Alberta  along the line and branches of the  C. & E. railway, in Saskatchewan  along the" Prince Albert line, and in  the region between the main C P. R.  line, and Yorkton. The prices have  been increased gradually as conditions warranted. The Saskatchewan  Valley Land Company have also advanced prices a couple of dollars an  acre. This company have sold an Immense area of land this year, principally to colonists from the United  States.  A Fortune in IHh Legs,  During the reign of Quoeu Elizabeth  nn English gentleman of wealth named  Corbet, of a distinguished family near  Shrewsbury, bot thnt his log was tho  handsomest Iu tlio country or kingdom  nnd slaked estates worth ������80,OOQ, on  the subject. Ho won tho wager, nnd  a picture Is still preserved in tho family mtmslon representing tlio process  of measuring tho logs of tho different  contestants.  London.���������The meeting on the 27th  hist, to consider the Canadian cattle j  question promises fo be one of the  most   numerously   attended   of   its '������������������  kind.    Representatives    are    chiefly  coming from Scotland. The Aberdeen ]  ' harbor board is  amongst the latest  to accept an invitation to send   two  representatives.    The    desirability of  forming an active association to further the interests of the re-opening  of all ports 'to Canadian cattle    will  be considered.  Pure and Fragrant, Direct from the Plantation to you, the sealed  lead packages retaining all the natural fragrance and aroma.  GOLD STANDARD  is "Guaranteed the  Best" 35, 40, and 50c  per lb.   At all Grocers.  CATTLE EMBARGO MUST STAY.  REWARD  i        A Forgetful Author.  ' TInne, toward the close of his life,  took pleasure In reading his works, and  would exclaim as he read, forgetting  that he himself was the author: "Beautiful!   I wish I had written that."  A Costly Uniform.  , The most costly uniform in England  Is worn by the earl marshal, whose  dress represents nn outlay of some  $1,250, not Including jewels or ornaments. Seventeen thousand yards of  embroidery ore worked "upon the coat  in gold laco until little of the orlglual  cloth may be seen.  Not KnooiiniKrlnar,  "But," suid tho persistent suitor, "If  I woro to prove to you that I would go  to tho ends of the onrth 1'pr you"���������  "First," replied tho Boston girl, "you  would hnvo to prove to mo thnt tho  onrth ronlly hns ends, nnd tlmt, you  know, ls quito Impossible."  "Weak  Lungs"  ���������. mP8ychinr" has restored  thousands of pooplo to buoyant  health and strength wIioho condition Imd boon regarded as hopeloss.  It Is at once a tonic nnd flush  builder, containing reniarkablo  properties as a blood ptirlflor and  germicide It will" strengthen  and heal tho weak lungs, force out  tho phlegm, nnd drive away the  cough, no matter of how long  landing. "PbYCHiNB" tones up  ii%r% %vhnlr* *vstom nnd drives out  dtacnte, heni* the decayed lUstw  and restores lost energy. Its usa  dally will prevent and ward off that  most subtle disease consumption.  Llfo Probabilities.  Of every man and womnn living to-  dny nt tlio ngo of twenty-five, ono out  of two will live, according to the tables, to bo sixty-live years of age.  Strong Words by a New York Specialist.���������"After yours of tenting ancl comparison I have no hesitation ln saying  that Dr. Agnew's Cure for tho Heart ls  tho ciuldkost, safest, ami surest known  to nicHlloal science. I uhg It In my own  practice. Jt relievos the most acute  forms of heart iillinent innklct of thirty  minutes and  never t'liils,*'���������35  DEVELOPMENT     UNPARALELLED  QRIATIST OF ALL TONIOS  "Tho development of this country  Is going lo bo rnpld within tho noxt  two or threo yours, It Is not Improbable that tho population will ho  moro Hum doubled, Tlio story of tlio  Inimonso cropa thut hnvo boon grown  during rocont yonrs linB gono abroad  In tho United Slntos, and its a roHiiII.  thoro will certainly ho a groat Influx  of settlors from this side of tlio lino,  "It Ih not surprising that It should  bo so, an In hundreds of Instances  mon who hnvo taken up claims havo  mado enough In two or throo yoars  to buy land adjacent to thorn- Others  havo ptirohasod landH and paid for  thom with tlio flrst two or throo  crops, A largo proportion of tho  land, consisting of pralrlo, bus boon  bought up chlofly by intending settlors, but thoro is yot a largo amount  of land available In southern Saskatchewan nnd Albortn. Jt is land  that was supposed to bo Incapable of  tlllagn becnuso of tho dry conditions,  but during rocont yoars whon brokon  11,1 ......   1*    , ! .      1         1    .      .  "vown upon 1t,���������T'vof. ThouinH Rhnw,  In MlnnoapollR Tribune.  They Never Knew Failure-���������Careful observation of the effects of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills has shown  that they act immediately on the  diseased organs of the system and  stimulate them to healthy action.  There may be cases in which the disease has been long seated and dpes  not easily yield to medicine, but even  in such cass these Pills have been  known to bring relief wben all other  so-called remedies have failed. These  assertions can be substantiated by  many who have used the Pills, and  medical men speak highly of their  qualities.  Directors of Midland Railway.  Portage la Prairie.���������The board of  directors of the Midland Railway has  been completed, and the personnel  given out here. Mr. James> Fisher,  barrister, of Winnipeg, is the president, and the other members are:  Mr. H. Swinford, agent of the Northern Pacific Railway, Winnipeg; Mr.  Ed.'Brown, mayor of this town; and  Mr, Ed. Anderson, barrister, also of  this place. Mr. P. E. Thian is the  chief engineer. The headquarters of  the company will be in Winnipeg.  Construction operations on the  line are still going on south of the  \ssiniboine, and are reported to be  progressing satisfactorily.  A Purely Vegetable Pill. ��������� Parmelee's Vegetable Pills'are compounded  from roots, herbs and solid extracts  of known virtue in the treatment of  liver and kidney complaints and in  giving tone to the System whether  enfeebled by overwork or deranged  through excesses in living. They require no testimonial. Their excellent  qualities are well known to all who  have used them, and they commend  themselves to dyspeptics and those  subject to biliousness who are in  quest of a beneficial medicine.  No Help from Him.  London.���������Ailwyn Fellowes, president of the board of agriculture,  speaking,at a meeting of Lincolnshire breeders of cattle, said that in  some parts* of the' country an agitation had been got up in favor of removing the embargo placed on Canadian stores, and it was deplorable to  think that some who might hold office in the next ministry had openly  stated that they were' in favor of  amending the law, and he therefore  looked with apprehension as to what  might happen .in the next few  months. So long as he was head of  the department nothing would induce  him to ask the House of Commons to  alter tho law, as he considered It  one of the greatest safeguards which  owners of live stock had in this  country.  Recent investigations have disclosed the fact that  unscrupulous handlers of flour are endeavoring to take  advantage of the great popularity of Ogilvie's "Royal  Household" Flour by refilling, with cheap inferior flour,  the bags and barrels bearing the Ogilvie Brand, and  selling it as the genuine article.  In order to bring the guilty parties to justice we  offer the following reward.  REWARD  The Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd. will pay Ono Thousand  Dollars ($1,000.00) for such evidence as will result in tho conviction of any person, persons, firms or corporations who may bo  refilling their bags or barrels with flour of other manufacture and  selling the same as flour manufactured by the Ogilvie Flour  Mills Co., Ltd.  The Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., ltd.  MONTREAL.  DISTRICT NUMBER TEN  Includes Manitoba, the New Provinces, and Mackenzie and Keewatln.  OII:nwa.~-M}]Jtn.ry district No .10 ls  divided as follows; Tho ..province of  Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, the territories of Mackenzie,  Keewatln and districts of Thunder  Bay and Rainy Rivor, with headquarters at Wlnnlpog, Man.  Military district No 1.1; The pro-  vlnco of British Columbia and Yukon  territory, with headquarters In Victoria, B.C.  Mlnnrd'o   Liniment  Cilres   Dlptherla  Dale Movie n Unwind Malady,  Ilngdml (Into mnrk I* tho lniino given  to n mysterious dimmHO thnt attacks  Hourly ovory ono who slays In Bagdad  for nny longih of tlufo and In found  a Iho nt, Aleppo and othor places in  Turkish Asia. It Ih a soro that coition  only oik.'o, but hints a year, leaving tt  sair Iho Hhiijio of a dnto. Nearly all tho  unlives nro marked wllli It. No romody  Iiiih boon found for It, but hyposulphite  of wodii seems to hnvo somo effect on  tho mark,  Tlio n<mu<y nf the   Mlle������,  "Ur���������-MinN Hardy--Urncc-do you not  think Hint thoso flilloy lilies nro vory  boa ul I fu IV'"  "Not no  boautlful as orungo bios-  ���������HJIJ1N,  Mr. JoilOS,"  (nil    tlni'!   MdcMrvl    nr\i\   oooottrtttoi}  ih> pi-portly (trifled out upon tho wid*,  wldo rcii of wedded bllsfl.  (EBQNQUNCW jtisKHtfy  Ml Om/CGIITI-flKI OOUAR-ntf! TRIAL  Oil. T. A. ttOOUM, Umltotf  Iff N l������v it w.     rerexstw, wtmaxmm  /Indispensable in WinleA  There'! a need ia every bom* fot i \ ^  Gray's Syrup of Red Spruce Gum  f, ^A.**" *������������������% ���������* *��������� *** *k* ���������* ��������� ������oW. *H1 && ������M tkreet  lirtetto������.������u1������ away feMiMNM���������cfcwk tha Infeaaatioo-  sttrentfMmn tk*ltkmW*--weH of tlto ooutu  All Boa ImkUmc MsthiMc ambMvswtwttaWm\m a*t t^mmmmSAmM Swttum  ��������� !C������J_ 'y^^mmm**.  HMttnTto ttlu,  ���������SCttTGSl  Malie&JLojoiL  More Nourishing  We do not claim that Armour's  Extract of Beef is a food. It is a tonic  for the appetite���������is toothing and grate^  ful to the ftomach���������helps one to get &Q  the nourishment out of the food���������insures  quick, sound digestion.  Start dinner with a dear bouillon or  savory soup with Armour's Extrad of  Beef added to give the true beef flavor  ���������-and see how easily the dinner is  digested.  BSSSSSHBaUH  p" 8b9ox ������ RA I IM pha������3ngi  Canadian Co-operative Co. Ltd.  John Mc Vicar, Mgr.  Commission Morclmnts nnd donlon In nil  klmlH of GHA.1N, OoiiHlRumoutH xolloltoil,  Writo phono or wlro n������ ior partloulfuv,  Offloo. 300 Mclntyro Blook, Wlnnlpog  WEALTH OF THE WEST.  The Orange Judd Farmer on the Re1  sources of Western Canada,       j  Some will bo ready to ask bow can'  a homo bo obtalnod in this northern  country,    It can ho obtalnod for tho  asking,    Evory othor section of this  land for Bay 100 miles, on olthor sido;  of tho railroad, Is opon to tbo homo-  stoatlors, providing it has not already  boon taken up.   Horo arc homesteads;  for tho thousands, but ninny ns they [  aro, thoy will soon bo taken.    TIiIb ;  Is no idlo statement,   In    1002   the'  Saskatchewan Valloy Land Company  sold ln nlno months   all   tho   land i  wbch thoy   ownod   between   Hogliin  and Princo Albort, viz,,   moro   limn  1,000,000 acres,   In 1903 the Saskat- i  chowan Valloy and   Manitoba   Land  Company took ovor tho land grant of  the    Canadian    Northern    Uallronil,:  virtually an emplrQ In   extent,   nnd!  since that tlmo lmvo sold moro (linn  1,000,000 acres.   This   company   ro- j  organized under tho   namo   of   tlio j  Canadian    Northern    I'rnirlo    Land <  Company, nnd has now from 1,000,-!  000 to 2,000,000 acres of thoso lands !  on the market.   Threo years ago tlio \  host  lands along this road could lie i  got for P to $4 por ncro. At present, i  ,:,,..  1,.   -.1:1..:^::  W..:, <!;���������-     ''"������'"'  ���������oit for ������c no, i\*m\  \r\ retell lots for'  $8 to $15.   Tho   man who has somo i  money should tnko a homestead and i  buy land adjacent to It, which be can ,  do on easy terms of payment.  After what has been aald, but  Unit) lictMi oo luuiuit ua m������u tin.  stock question. Everybody knows  that n country that can grow In  splondld form, wheat, rye, outs, i  poiiHO, barley, tnmo grass, clover and !  field roots, can grow live stock to nny  oxtont that may bo deslrod. Tho dny  (or oxteiiidve live stuck production  In thin moat healthful region for llvo  Mock U not yot, uur will It bo t>.n  long as grain can bo grown m easily  and abundantly. Hut that day Is  coming.���������Orange Judd Farmer.  ���������Ryrie.  " Steady Flow'  Fountain Pen  Our $i.oo Fountain Pen  is     a    popularly    favored  "sp^aalTy"m~DtaTritmTd~Halrs-  enlarged    Stationery    Department.  v The point is of finely  finished solid 14k gold  with iridium tip. The  name " Steady Flow" is  accurately descriptive,  and the pen is guaranteed  for a year.  Larger sizes $2; 00 and  $2.50.  Samples of note paper,  embossing and engraving  are gladly sent on request.  ^  RYRIE  BROS.   LIMITED  134-138 YONOB ST.  TOBOHTO    -    ONT.  J  The Keeley Cure  Ask tbe lawyers, tbo physicians, the  congressmen, the clorgymon, tbe  clerks, the book-keopera, the skilled  mechanics who havo patronized us  and you will find that' tho Keeley  treatment Is all and more than ls  claimed for It, and that Jt Is the  "stitch" a drinking man needs to save  property, roputntiou, family, uanlty,  and ovon llfo ttsolf.  Wrlto today, now, and got the neo������  essary Information about it,  133 Osborno St., Fort Rouge,  WINNIPEG.  Ask Your  OwnDoctor  If he tells you to take Ayer's  Clicii, Pectoral for your  severe cough ur bronchial  trouble, then take it. If he has  anything better, then take that.  But wc know what he will say;  for doctors have used this  cough medicine over 60 yesrs.  -1 l������w aiMl Aft-* fflwm lf������*tor������l for  .ar* eoldi, Xm* oonthf, an������ tnlitnw. U hM  am. tn. ateat mod, ���������?<! ! WIUt������ It li thf  imt omiiiH MMklna In jhi world fw til  thnwt ma tang trotiMM.">*nJ C, *rvawt,  A!*������nr,0   4 **���������  at.o.Art_o.,,\Mimx,  ������ mmuitmmr*r* ������r  JL   SAMAMHiX  HIU.  awmwm  x "^'^W  uers  W   INI   U   Ni  Kms th* Mwfli op������n witr^n* of  ASwt'9 nil* *% iMtfttm*. .XUt tyttx^.  i gfcjsit.rf.casgrroc:-^jf^-rT,Ji: '������������������ni.-mv.-\?ira?ra*1  i,-T-T"���������f"J-l' VW'PltW  ������������*���������'������ ������miuu ������ wa q ji miiwh  ������^r  teaatirc-  ���������.>fX^^'������aUifcaJi^.^^.'W^JUBijv-^  or Early Spring Sewing  We have received our  first shipment of  Lawns, Nainsook, Organdies, Persian Lawn,  Tucked Nainsook,   Colored Dimities,  Embroideries, Lace, Allover Lace  Allover Embroideries, etc.  These goods  arcs dit-eot frorra the   old  j^ptintry and are a beautiful lot.  CAL,- AND SEE'THEM.'-  jtT3.'l't'lU  RIGGS & WHYTE  5c.  LOAF.  .- il.;..". i    i.   i   i-'i ���������    ��������� ���������   I  Currant.  BUNS     ,  iO������ Doasen  That eorae day may run dry,  "And when   a   dny   of  reckoning  coqaee, o  For you and uie as well,  We'll step out humbly to the tunt  Of Josep-. Potter's bell".  -������������������i 0_ ��������� r-  Bread,-5o .per loaf  at  Morrochi  Bros ,      ���������  hxmm--  Kvfl������  o  i\~ i  O :\  MJ     !  <������������     !  t*"OS i  fass Si  STODDART     The Jeweller.  <k  i  KOI  A Loggers Boot Witnout An  I qual  L 100. Men's 10 ia. Logging  Boot. French Uah throughout  and bas a ROCK OAK sole.  Outfide counter is pegged and  ha? standard eciew reinforcing  all around Ste them at your  Uoaler'n.  Wholesale "Sty  I I FfKIF ffl  Vancouver O. ���������������  The balance of o'tr trimmed Mats;  some haying cost $3 oo and $8.50 a  piece, pale price $l.ooeach. At thi  -Big-Srore-d'eTrrairce-FaHTef���������-���������~~~  (WITH APOLOGJBJSto MOTH1SR  UOOSii))  Bates bad a little "Enterprise",  No bigger than his thumb,  JEte took it up to Gulden  A".d started it to run.  The Sohool trustee* and parents  Considered thin a breach,  1p too a petty Bohoolmnflter  Trying to print and teach.  6o tbey bought a metal boat,  And sent him to tne beach  Where be tn������*t one Thomas Carey  Who liad ueard   be  ouce  could  teach.  Tom pitied Bates oondition  9o he said ���������'Why dash my eyes!  J'Upay you teacher's aalary  To bu> you new supplies*",  Vou c������n get a lilile job press  And I'll sew on hooks and oyoR  Vou may print and stitch an'l teach  (If on me you'll uever peach)  While lhe printers goose, he flies  To visit the great cities,  And cram the "Ymilci" with lien.  ���������'We'll hold bole and corner  meet-  ingB.  Behind fast closed doorp  And frame new laws (or teaching  JuHt bo that no one knows".  (< We'll make candy bags  and  rag  dollB,  We'll new pnper bedB and ties,  And we'll rnn tlui little coal Jowii,  To unit our own two livos".  "Some day we'll go a fishing,  P'i't Fiiv ymi, hido ymir ours,  JbcuUHt) ihe little tloy; lislie*  May blind thoir oyen with tears*,  *'You mny uiiiiv.taon election day  AMtl ml Uie littlu i������jiy,  A-id report yum neir������j.������or������ d ilngi*  \v ui.o guui, iiuviun tdn.'U Jw.  Hut never in<ml, you'ic {JA'i \*]r*t  f'tn :aKI V cftH.VtMuy  'i'lxMi xvc aie like it ihaHov  itrcan,,  Beautiful winter Blouses, can bt-  obtained a! the Bi^Stort 'Cle'irancr  Sale for 25cts.  Mens winter underwear. Still a  (ine 8'-lection to choose from, wili  he sold during the Big Stone clearance sale for lees than coht. Don't  miss this opportunity.  Bargains in all departments during the Big Store clearance sale.  IVOTICB.  The Eaquiinult aud Numiimo Railway  Company will apyly to tho Parliament o  Ouwacia at its ncxti so.isiuti for un Aot ox  u-ading thu timo for oomntanciuj; and com-  Dieting un extension of its muiu liao to Uo-  inox and the hr^nehen rofcrrod to io itu aot  of Incorporation aad also oir.pnwci iD;t tht  Company to cofcwwuot. ami operate a railway from Oomojs .o a point wi or near Gimp  boll Rivor aho a branch from itu i.min )iuo  a; or ne-iir Duooain' vui Uowiolmu Valley to  AUierni ulso a Wn.oli froi/m poiui at oi  noar EiigliHhuwi'ts R.vur to Albunii Canal  and a brai.oh from 4 (mint at ��������� r noar Comox  via Oumb rluiid Mouth-woH*.orly to Alhurui  Canal aud giving thii Omipauy rfouor.tl po  woro to 'jfiutitruot briinoh linos aud for othor  put posod,  lifted at Viotoria thia 14'h day of D'joom  bor, 1905,  \V. F SA'LSIJUUY,  Sooro ������ry K & N Railway,   jy24  CITY OFOUMBEIiLAND  STATEMENT  Foe Year Eliding i/ec   31 at 1905.  Jan l   1905, Oauh ia Bar-.k $ 804.93  Trade Lineuo'-B, $1,757 50  Roei'd  Tax,... $   3'i-i 00  Rui-i En'-.*-a Tax.....,  Sale of K.ir-!..   Soul.    A-:;o\m'..,   ���������Sc;(vender Acuoout...  Kdll K*Mtt;   R-.iji I-oUiion  il'.apii,  i'lilice Ooiir ,. .,'..*   tin* WA'jl,.:....   -.  U>.i_ Tax,   t'ound Accouut, ,  ..������1,103 00  .".% "��������� 2;i 00  ..$ 4o75  ..$l.03;suo  .;$   ii oo  I..*     7 75  :..���������$ ion5=)  ..3 S'i 30  ..$ 54 00  ..$       0 00  '��������� ������������������;���������"..       &hM\w  TOTAL, . ,rifo^6 03  -EXPENDITURE.   Special   Meeting.  NOTION U IIKUBBY UIVM thnt  t^iurd rtidti'i' hn������'o mado applioa-  timi f������ic u iloui U ijuor h ton ouikIt  t   'I     f <������' ;HI   UH   Ot     t II)   ftl I....UB    il  that bchiill; ���������  Mob-in V. Irda id,   H���������id  Point H')U,  Valid/ Mmiil.  T'ic 'i'u,-.! (f Li.������������������oi'oiJf.H ntaslott(.C8 will  ���������aiot to oon imr liin aoovu appl ion tion on  Thumday    the    8 h  day    of   Fobnury  tr thn  fVnir-.'hriiiu,.    t\ ���������nnTXt,������d     nt-.    thn  hour of 4 p.m.  JOHN THOMSON,  Vhiel Jiioouoo Innpeotor,  Comox Lioouco Uintrict,  Cumborland, B.C.,  Ju.iu.tiji   ,.i [, i'uuij,  - "'��������� "-������  ���������������������������������������������  Advor'.i.ii^ Aii^juut,.... .6 08  b ��������� g Ta,.i*,....".,, $>'  3  Ural i Attoourit,....-.". ... .$ 3?  r.<i 1 A(.it;>ui.s,     ...... $    l)  i. .'oiiuoii Ohamb r,.. $   a  bVoouii'i .';..iO'>i,!jt,    jf 7~  Pin; Prol.ootii>������ Aoo^ur/t, .'$,11)3  R. ui..l ll-md T.ix ii li.  8i bl������ Au. ior I ilurm:,. . ,i".J-J;  W.-'er Jtatts*!,,,    2>   i)  Black'Uiith'u R������p., $ Hi  it..r.so Fi.'������i,!,... -..  $M-j  Liuhtinu Aooou>t:���������  O. ui-"������ ii'ju.,o,. ���������..*...$ li  Hall .v-xi'l  Ntrof'.a,   ' &30O  K .ppli'M, ....,.,..,,      . J,? t'H  Soiiviinfft-r Ao-muut,,...., ,$ 14  llall 'AuCouui, $ -li  lionith Ac , Oifioor $125  Hou'ih Ao,, Sa<;di'!o>,.,.,..$   li  In >latini\ UiwpiuU, % (32  Offi,...  AOiuHiii.;���������  Auditoi, itl'J-l, ., ,..$ 10  Piunvuni 0;ii';;'n B mt, ,$  "0  Wttpp!-iH, |j '22  Pwlio  Oonr; $ 28  IiitoiO{,'i on uv -.I'draii.,., .IJ   u  Coal, SHJ  luBUi'.tuoe'J.'ro'.iuuni ,19u8,<5> M  I: (JU Ht, $ 10  D illation July 12,......,| 25  A.lvortiiiinK,.., $   2  Su.dric-, $   a  E. Priuat, nurvuyiug,,, ,| 28  Moliod) Aooount ^0(14  Sidewalk  Aeoouut ������J{,jfi  R.ituad llfcul KiUto $   7  Wugcsj A'-.oou I-.--  It. ll.-nsal, guoo  T.K, linnitH jjrtjii'i  L W, IN iiiiin., giiJO  Jwiiob Abranm. .&U00   ASSISTS-  70  uO  95  40  50  ���������io.  Hi)  ::()  00  UJ  45  50  00  00  00  70  ao  81  00  15  81  00  00  iW  Jo  Ji5  00  DO  00  00  00  %  00  (15  5������  50  00  00  00  00  ��������� 'His Chris1 mas stock did not arrive ia time for Christmas,  so the selection is not brokon for  NEW YEARS GIFTS.  J       Consisting of MaJ-ble Clocks, Weatmln-  ���������S   ster- Chiming Clocks, Sterling Silver- and   ^  ^   Quadruple Silver Plated Ware.  f-  Royal B a r? k o P C a 17 a da  Capital (paid up) '.  ... .$8,000,000  Roserve Fund.   .3,000,000  Undivided Profits,     802,743  T. B.KBNNY, Pbbsipbnt. * E L. PEA3E, Gknbral M"anaob  BRANCF1 AT C'gMBERL \ND, "~~ -  Savings Bank Departments���������Depooi:a if $1 and upwards received; Interest al.  lowwt at current rate*, eooap)und*������l twi������- onofi yoar on 30* Jnnoand 31sfc Dfcember.  Drafts ou������fll points bwicht and Bold  A. P. WILSON, Manager.  OFFICE HOURS   lQio-,-8;    8ataMay' 10 to.12; open   Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9p.m  Si 5i.fi 1  Public an-u ..^  Statement for  I  a  itr-r-Vi   -f  ,r ,\j Jtsif 4>k  *j  EXPENDITURE,  Teacher   Halts:ieb,  ......$;1 975 00  J-i:"it������r   ..... ,.,.  lii'-'.riiiL*c'',   Coal,./.... ......  Hc.uvfM i;,;; r,. .......  Plu.-'eriny,.  .:!)  ,g.  P  8^ ; ri .as ��������� '- Siilarv,  ���������W:.od f  ; Fuel.  ...... ^o8iU0U  ..- $ 120 00   $ 10-tOO  .. .."..ii. 60 00   .$ 40 00  . f...,f   70 Of)  .... '���������*%.   "-'O',-���������'.  ....     $*   ^O     i'l   #" J3 7A  Duo on Su.ivari|i;oiin|i Aoo't,  ,(   ������������ Uoal Kmm Atio't.  "    <   .Slllon iiiK Auu i,  )ifft,3;i5 78  V.**"WKf   ���������'-ti  I laosn  8105 oo  %������I61 80  w W 00  x+--oim*Mti.t*  ^82 80  ^fa'li  "1/    ^'"'">���������<���������������< KnulMtJttined'j.  J v>Zr> H- A f^Myy ������������"> for nil forma of  , ������r.u������HANU avj������h btiMi Worry, JhlmwionH, Hiki*.  i roitorrhoi'n, tmpftemtu. Kitfiota ot A Hum' or  Yutom, nil ol  whii-u li-(|  io Cuv.niiiiiinin.  hiilriiiltjr, liiMtiityftUilau natty atui...   jvJr.j  j !lporikrf.,MlK/'i)r$5,  f������..o\viiIt.1������f.., ti   ������m  ma.   .������oMln 111(1)'ifrf, ;���������������������*,'��������� u..,,i..' !n ���������i'.fn  ii-'      ioti r'it'lf|.������'im"o, Ur'i' ������fnr )-��������� tnjivi.-t  n^.v.M������< ���������Mes'yt-xoe co,% wtnit-u,<���������������*,(������������������.������  I hereby eerlify that 1 hnvo ox*  ami ted liio hoolis und vouchers of  tlio City of Cumhiv Und   and   Und  tl)';m oorrio ui*d an se. (onSi above,  K A. ANLEY, City Auditor,  Climb."Wand JJ.C. Jan. 8, 1000.  ������-������������n���������������I ^w���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������l-l���������IM Illliii��������� 11  A QuarantHed Gura tor Piles.  Itolilt������u. Hiind, Hifoiluig or Trotrnding  PdcR, OrunyiiiU nlunl money if VA'/iU  Ul^TMKNT foilo tn oar<������ any oaw, oo mat  tor of how hiiiR HtanUng, iu 0 to 14 dnyi,  Fii-qt ii inlii'T ion '������(���������. i>.������ iv ������e -i"d icst      fi'.Xe,  ll your (i������u*fgict Jmni't tt ������'������rid flOo ir ^aiups  and it will lie ifirwaidod podt-^ai.t by P.uii  M'di ino (In,, H'.' I^outB, Mo  . ��������� '������v������<,-< ^wru^rifyy' ,w*"������ i"-miiH'mim.Mimmm_m  Crjtf* Cotton Root Compound.  /"^-������t������wj-. Tb������onlyimfi������������*'������'vtiiRlmonthly  <��������� ���������* -iff ��������� ���������'mm, rint!.'���������-oii- -ot -t-htfiti vn������it*r> "nn  A*n.'ii%t'<ilm)d-.piili<'.. '.'���������������������������tt. US Vmodt-MreoHta  If:*'.,:* *j**w Hirt'iu-'th-N... 1. lor oiilnary  r- *-���������������   't������'���������r *ir        ���������    ���������*'������������������   '  ln A  k   'iicj      \ ijft w  jt'.-.,ii ,:i.r fi*    iKi Uii  ?*-������������������������       ������"J* (h-imjliitcrtax- bohl Ity uU  Vf     .     "J dt-^'fi'mi.    A'X; tr,r i%>t>V*lUA-  */       V"* to'   j.- (... Cr.it'-rJti'*-: ������tJ|������ hb  f ^"- it;'������*M* Hl.< .  fpo Coo'; Sflodf i-1u C-Jt.     V*'fn it" s ^i.!*������c������  "Ki .v l^unifturt:,."..  Vi' ;t"t  rate,   E-,:iMiin. in  P,'p'r.'..:'. J A  "10 Of-  T( :e:.VnVM*, %        ^ 9t-  Pnu-Uiv:'. .* 3 5(.  T,h:;-8for P.nuarvD'v.,    $ 2M.<*  L'.urier f ^   Rep:iirH,...   .$ 49 -k-  Li :i.> hu'u Tar..    , A ������ 50  p\..i-g*;    ...%    aou  S  .ycU, Pip** and. Work,..*. 89������i������  F oii ht  A     h Uh  Wit. r Mmv. o'c,.,.. $.   22 .yi."  B ui -ci a aid Unimiri; $ _ 4*������ Vf).  Tutnl 'islxpoudituio���������$o,b9f������ (15  RBv^EIPTS  G Vt, Gri.it, $1,766 10  li. vVOrunt to H. S *   3u0 0U  W S.'P������en, *   204 00  C...y >f Cumberland,....$   004 05  $o.99a Uo  T H   CA HEY. Secretary.  I hereby certify thai I hnvo ex-  aoQin'id tiie bo'ik* and viucherp of  tho City of Oiirabc.-lniid School  Bonrd ind find tli^tn oorreot,  F. A Anlkv, Auditor.  Aiiy person nr pftrKonn f imd cutting or ronmvinu timber from  LotH  15, 20 and iho i-outh   2'2   ooves of  tbo KrndioMal N W f Hw 80 and  Frao ional H W 4of Hoc 30 (97 Ao)  nf Town&hip XI, Nelmm  Dist riot,  i wili be pro-tcuit'd according to Hw  GHANT& AJO'UNOK.  Cnmborlnnd Jan, 9lh 1006.  LOST.  From Grunt & MounceV farm,  Bomotimo in Ootob������������',la8tt 1 ohewtor  white bonr.   Finder kindly notify  GRANT (fcMOUNOJfl  CUMBERLAND  eat Market  Choicest Meats  Supplied ot Lowmt Market Pricea  Vegetablas  A   (Tie.a,i   VV.tioiy  will   always Im  iu biock ;   also ������ uuppl^ of  Fresh Fish  trili ������������������)(! o������i Salo ovtry Wednesday  -.- Y *���������'s;a:r"-'ag������ id ot'i-dully invited and  Ul ucdiTfi t,tid bu pi'omptily doiiFtred.  ���������A  V  PiiOI'LiiBXOKfl.  .'..^n.i.....���������,M^���������.,..^-   .....  nin-|.ii|mi  A.  ���������fym  ^  m  JUdT a chance to show ������ou ijiat  wo a' -vayt pleu ;ie our cuttooierii  ;>y supplying fiera with the BEST  ���������VIliiAlc> at the lowewt morket  oricus. A trial order wiJl nouvinca  /ou.  THE   CITY  eat   Market,  W. W, WoKJLY, Proprietor.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  TH'H3 B O'  HEADQUARTERS  ri  FOR  Kvctythlna; in Muolc  From  A Piano to a Soiiff  -is A'r-  t  FletcherBros;  -0���������  NOTICK IS HKRKUY CIVKN that  at lln.* next sitting of ihe Hoard of Licencing Commissioners sitthitf as a Licenc*  i In.i Cttirt fritr thn drv nf Cnmhorlfind I  Hmirv Andrew Mills iiiiend in apply for  n 't'ransler of ihe Hotel Licence mr vi:iui������  inj( wines, spirits, beer oro'her intoxica*  tinn lujuars by retail at lhe Vendonie  Hotel, situate and being; on Lot Five  hlnt'U Three in the City of Cuniberland  from myself to Lhnni(ipn������r t������������nner.  Dated this 71b day of December, 1905  H. A, MILLS  Witness���������C. H. Hbkvoh Pons Cum.  bertnnd Ikrmter eto.  93 GOV'T  Yictoria,  8TREET  B.O.:  i  TO QTlrV?, A OOLD lit* ONE BAY.  'I'tli i.\.\ \ il* K miovio i^Ul.ii .li. i��������� ,  I Itu     All '.ii'gi/i  ������ niu.id th*i mi ������������.>v u u  , k.i(n i *> cr.r,-        K \\*. drove'. e!^������Ui������re i*  ' en -stv *% hot,   2.V,  GO  TO  ClAltfiY  The TAILOR  for your next Suit oi clothes.  ���������Look at these Prices���������  rants   13.00 up  Bui'*   $1800 up  Ovo'cotflu $L2A) up  5"������tylf������,  Fit Mnrl Workmanship  Guarai.iecU.  DAVIS BLOCK.  V

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