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 T^-^5^7  v  TWELFTH" YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B. G. WEDNESDAY, JANY u,  1905  ff\***w*u*f+9aasa^  AT THE BIG STORE.  Special;Sale r.  To clear up ODD LINES of this  season's DRESS GOODS, Rendy  to Wear Hats, Jackets and Waterproofs, &c..  Regardless of Cost  Here are a few lines- -���������*  Ladies' and  Misses' Trimmed  and  Ready-to-Weir   Hats.  Pattern Hats���������Regular Price,   $10; Sale Price, $4 75  ������'.  Ready-to-Wear Hati  Ready-to-Wear Hats  IS  $3.50;  2.50;  (c  u  (I  175  1.25  W-  DRESS GOODS in the Newest Weaves  to be sacrificed at prices that will make  a speedy clearance.  Several Ladies' and Children's Winter Jackets & Waterproofs  By buying these Oooda ypu will not only save money but will got  the most desirable gooda shown this season.  S. LEISER & CO., Ltd.,     GumteM,  NOMINATIONS.  The nominations for Mayor, Aldermen und-. We ..Suhodi   Trustee  took-place Mondav in the polling  station.   Jb'uUowing are the noini  noes*���������'*   ' *_!���������'   -.,  For Mayor���������I). Daniels, miner.  Proposef-R. Short, seconder N. Mc-  Fadyen'. xv > ,J  .  W. Wiilard, sadler. . Proposer J.  L. Roe,'nicotyder W: Campbell.  Aldenneii^Nprth Ward���������D. R.  McDonald and N. McFadyen.  Middle Ward���������T.E. Bate and R.  S. Robertson.* <  Soutn Ward^C.H. Tarbell, T,D.  McLean and J.N,,McLi:od.  School Trustee'^W.H. Campbell.  Tliis elecied by a-colamati.on the  Aidermen'for North and Middle  Wards, leayuig theSoutl_to be contested. Later,, however, ;'Mr McLean withd ew,;*leaving. the ful  quota elected with Mr Campbell reelected Trustee.;,'-  Polling for Mayor takes place tomorrow.  o;  61 YATES STREET,    VICTORIA, B. C.  Just received largo shipment of  <&  X-ROW   A.Q-E  ^ COUNCIL MEETING.  Council met Monday evening."  Preiie.-.i, the full Board except  Mayor Short,  wbo has   been   ill.  Aid. Grant, look the chair.  Financial statement was read,  received and placed on minutes.  Clerk reported th'at since numin-.  ation, Mr McLean had withdrawn,  thus electing the South Ward Al  de'rmen by acclamation.   -  Aid. Daniels reported that at a  meeting' of the "employee's, held Saturday, an ambuiance class had  been organized andHhey desired,  .for the pu������poH8_of training, the use  CULTIVATORS, 'SEED DRILLS,   WHEEL HOES, Etc.  VKUY LATEST IMIMIOVEMRNTS.  Call and see them or write (or catalogued and prices.  PO. Diawor. 583  Telephone 82.  Sole Agents for B.O.  xumatWmwmtasmmmimasss^  CAN'T COME!  o  ORDER by MAIL.  DR MAIL ORDER SYSTEM wan lnstitut<d for tho benefit of  those who live boiiio distunoo from tho trado oontro.    It  will give you tho advantapro of selection xrom a great otoclc,  with a* muoh assurance of satiiifaojion as if you wero horo ,,  SEND F.R CATALOGUE.  FURNITURE   DEPARTMENT.  "o_"tl-e~*City~HTCITT froe :'of charge  This request) was granted, provided  that nights of usage did-not conflict  with any receipt of .revenue.  Afier passing ,a unanimous vote  of thanh* to Ex, Mayor Short,  Council adjourned,  MEETING OF EMPLOYEES  A meeiing of employees and the  Medical Board was held Saturday  evening in tho City H-dl, aud ihe  an in or $100 was voted for Wm.  Wright, who was injured here some  years ago, and Tius been an invalid  ever since,  It was also repolved to organise  an ambulance class, tho Colliery  surgeons 10 give instruction in thy  mutter of treatment in case of ao  oidentw, pending tlw arrival of a  medical man.  This is to 1)0 open to all vvho  choose-to avitil thetii^eivcs of thv  oDj/uitunity lo acquire u rnoat use,,  fill knowledge.    ,  H08MTAL    MEETING.    .  Public Meeting.  The meeting in the City Hall last  Ihujsdsy was fairly am-uded, and  the utnuisL pnod humour' prevailed  during tlio session.     Owhn; to ill-  nets,  Mayor  Short was unable to  attend, nnd   Aid. Bate was elected  to   iho chair.     Afier aiming the  obje-tof ihe meeiing, he cahed on  Mr WillHrd.     That gentleman ex  plained his portion as prospective  Mayor,  and   was followed   by .Mr  Daniels.       Both candidates  were  strong on sewerage, ptreet improvement and (ire proti ction   In answer  to  a question, re wholesale liquor  establishments    retailing    liquors  both declared that this evil wd_ one  which  they  would   endeavour   to  have stopped      Asked if the intention was to havM ono public officer  instead of two, .as at present, Mi-  Daniels expressed himself as being  favorable to having one man 10 act  as   constable   and   collector   and  scavenger,   and   to let   all   street  building and such  work  by con  tracts, as he believed this could be  done at less expense than1 under the  present system.     Mr Wiilard was  111 favour of the present system and  enforcing the duties.     This finally  led to an exchange of  words of a  slightly heated character,  between  the candidates which would have  been better, left out, ���������   However, as  all storms blow over, so the meeting closed jn good order, and with  all questions answered to the best  of every ones knowledge.  Messrs Bate, Stevens and Tarbell,  candidates for aidermaiiiu seats,  (the last two, new aspirants), ,also  addressed the meeting, and were,  with  two seekera- for ihejJVlayor's  cuair, warmly applauded.  in  MANZANITA CLUB.  A social dance will he held  the   Citv   Hull/ Fridav   evening,  v ; *f - *  January 13th      Refreshments will  be served by the ladies of the club.  Admission $1 each gentleman.  Grand March at 9 sharp.  VASB STORE.  will sell for the next 30 days  100 Curtain Po'es with Brass  or Wood Fittings, complete,   40cts.each  60 Window Blinds at..'.40cts each  150 Window Blinds 50c. to 25c.  3 onlv   Re-acting Washing  Machines,   $7 25  1 dozen Dinner and Soup Plates $1  A large quantity of Glassware,  Crockery ware, Tinware, Stoves,  Puinis, Cutlery, etc., etc., will he  sold cheap to make room for my  Spring supply.  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE, Cumberland  ���������wm w^iw.*warw>������awro^ va3X?im7mmBA*wiw  New line of air-tight and other  heaters just ift at the Big Store. See  our windows���������special luw prices.  A grand concert will be given in  the City Hall on Monday, 23rd  in'8'u, under the auspices of tiie  Ladies, Aid Society of the Presby-  ' terian ���������" Church. Doors open at  7.30 p.m.' , ,      -,.<������-  LOST���������A sum of money on Comox  Road. Leave it at the News office and receive reward,  For S.ile, at a sacrifice, large well  huiit house, suitable for boarding  or double house. A great bargain  Get particulars from W.Willaud.  Each I. C. S. course is a special  course.  if  \  'Goldon flulnhuHard-  wood R/iiil'-erl. '"idi  arm*,. ,,$3.85 to  ,,,$3 75 oaoh,.,  Oohblur Boat Rook*  on, lilm illmiti'tHiou,  ,,,$8.00 each ,,  Haridsnmo Polinhod  0������k Hookerv Em.  bonMfld'l������iithor n>iitnf  ,,,$4,00 each,,,  Cane Seat Rnoken,  Guidon Oak, $4 ea.  a  I lip  t^mWL'.  HhhIwmkI, in'only  finished - Dining  Ohan<������->$l, $1 Q0  ..,$1 50 eaoh.,,  Cftiio Seut Dining  Ch'tirH, Hrtvdwuod,  $1.85  to   $1,78  Oiuio Bent Dining  OhftlrHiiidildmiOak  $8.50, $8 75 oa.  0,ik Dinlug Ohalw,  I'olinhi'd, l.nthov  81 at-$3,50 each,  Arm Olmlri to matoh  ,,,$5 50 eaoh,,.,  m   '\  WEILER BROS.,  VI^TODIA     P   O  .    J  W    ���������   \J ,  ,i ,    .,       i...    <*/������  4*  w st^m^m^^mkW^^  TO  LET.  Tw.U. p!\J.lt������.������Ui   luOiUiv tu ivt,  Ui������iK������������  part .uf town,   Enquire at News  Office,  TO 0URK A COLD IK ONE DAY.  Ti.LAXATIVR KROMUQUININK Van.  Tot* A'l dragghN rulixi d th 1 nviii^y it U,  tail* to mo,      K, \v. Grove's signature in  on "n *ii hex,   PHii.  STRAYED.  MM) HK1KMH, littlo whito on lirlly, ���������  riniiiK 2 yenr., Owm������r nun h ivo woe l������v  lir'ivini{ iiropor'y and paying oximwoh, in  applying to Wm, Matoikwhon, Oom.-x,  wmM'.wwi in.*i*t*+t%:i-n������*.B.���������*n%mf������tMm"ttt  'N0XI0J3.  I. future tha liuw.i ,/iU b, ,mhun..  on Weduaedfty infttoad ofTu -mday nn  Present���������President Abrams, Se< -  rouiry Hull, Directors Roe, McLean  Ar.deiHOii, GilleHnie and vice-preside nt L. A .Mounce.  Minutes read and adapted,  'Communication read from Modi-  oa I Boa id desiring that two of their  number, Mi-Ssu-s McKnight and Jos.  Hcrlmry, bu added 10 tiie Hospital  Board.  A re. oluiion was passed'in favo-  of tliis, the two applicrfiiL to bo re  commended to tho Govurnmont for  appointment, .v  Muiron'3 report rend nnd adopted  -No, of Whiu-s treated 11, days  trciitn.oiitT/8; Asiatics -I, days 7(5;  ��������� otaI pationlB 16, total days treiu  iu -til 264.  A\x ineiwiHO -of Bulnry of $5.on  nioiithly to MictJ McOuat and Mlse'  A "liu was recoiiitueiided, and this  w ��������� ������run:ed, to take effect from  J .uuiwy iai.  AccouniH���������tj. Pioroy, milk, ifV.iiU;  0 J. Moore, groceries, Wti 26; Mc-  Kav Bj?os., meat, iflU.Iib; Hiilarie������.  $100; laundry, ���������rll) liyht, $5; water,  t*' ', .������"*  *i<*a.emiJa  Canh received ��������� From Medical  Fund, $;i8,2f>.  W. J*. Andomin, was dotuilod to  nrrim^c for repairs to a chimney in  old ward,  Ai cell 14; .uljouiiKid,  ,<������*$^M^$$^jM  Direct from the Toa Market of the World. (London)  15 Chests-1250 lbs.  of tho Choicest Blonds in  INDO-CEYLON TEAS  RUYIN(i DIltECT we arc enabled to give our  Customers excellent values. Wc guarantee  our 0") cent. Tea equal to lea usually sold, at  60 cents por lb,     ..       ,,  Our 50 cent. Tea cannot be  equalled elsewhere at from Co  to 75cts. per Ib. free samples.  The Q  "Every question on 'Coal mining'  ii taken from the International  Correspondence $ohoo)a Textbooks,  Tliey are the be*t authority on Cod  Mining.11���������Andrew bryden,  HuMMrm^sWf (umm***,*^*^*- . ,,*m  Free Hnmph'Hof :Ih*   litKKt  may be had on application at  pier 0% Partridges.  Wupier w. Partrni^iJ.  I l.-l w  Na-  Fki������,r Oil Cloth" und  i'l fin t-%  d    p;U'  LinolnumK  .' . -w . ***i  p n **  p::r h<juw yard at i'sapttr <k Part  ������������������'(;��������������������������� ���������  T!K' Jiig fttoro lor school Bitpplics ������  N A PI Is jf & PA RT RIDG E,  * ��������� v /  )l-;i������ARTMKNTAL'������Tqilk,t * DUNSMUIR AVIS.  \^  ������"?������r-*il. t-ta.     ������. ' **_-v,   ���������  V"-  ;?V-ii' -#^4^>*.,"" wl^'  \>-  ",'���������11  ���������  SUFFERED TORTURE  FOR FOUR YEARS.!  Then Dodd's Kidney Pills Cur-'  ed Wm. 1) oeg's Rheumatism.  lie was so Bad That He Could,'fliot Lie  Down, But Had to Sit Night a,nd  Day In a Chair.  .Sundridgc, Out., Nov. 7.���������(Special).���������.Mr. William ' lkseg of this  pluco, now a hule, hearty man, tells,  ot' his almost miraculous euro of .Rheumatism by usin������ Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "For four years I suffered excruciating torture," says Mr. Doeg. "I  was .scarcely an hour free from pain.  1 could not lie down to take rest, b!ut  had to iv't night and day in a chair.  ���������'I \yr.s treated for Rheumatism by  several doctors and also tried several  medicines without receiving any bene-  tit. Almost in despair I feared I  never again would be free from pain.  Then 1 read of some remarkable  cures by Dodd's Kidney Pills. I procured a 'box .and soon found they  wore doing me good, and before I  had finished the second box I was entirely free from pain arid a new  man."  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure  Rheumatism by putting the Kidneys  in shape to take the cause���������Uric  Acid���������out of tho blood.  MiMplace- Devotion.  She was* tall, with wavy brown hair  \nd rich, deep brown eyes, just like all  Brunettes in novels. He was unde������-  aized and impecunious^ but impressionable and ardent They lived" at the  same boarding house for a time. With  her he was sentimental, tender, earnest, also inclined to be rash and extravagant with his small earnings in  bringing gifts of candy and the lik$.  It is whispered that in a moment of  recklessness he bought her two Ice  cream sodas in succession. But this  could never be verified. Circumstances  over which she had no control caused  her to leave the boarding house without bidding him goodby. Carelessly,  too, she neglected to leave her address.  He applied to the boarding house mistress in grave distress of soul.    '  "Do you know," he asked, "whero  Miss Jones has gone?"  "Now, look here, Mr. Blank," said the  kindly woman, "let me advise you not  to worry too much about Miss Jones,  She's engaged. Didn't you see that  ring?"  "Engaged!" he gasped, backing toward the mantel and blindly grabbing  at a bunch of cattails for ��������� support.  "Engaged, did you, say? And, great  heavens, she let me buy her peanut  brittle!"   ,  _������������������>���������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  J  49,  WESTERiN CANADIAN EDITORS  A series of articles describing  their lives, their aims and  their influence.  No.9;  JOHN HAWKES.  THPPP APR No other teas so completely sat  isfactory in every respect.  ���������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+  A DREAMLAND DETECTIVt.  SInsular Way In Which au Ensrliah  Murderer Wast Discovered.''  In the London Mirror of Literature  for June, 1844, there is an account of  a dream that was remarkable in many  respects. It is given upon the authority of a clergyman of the Church of  England, the Rev. Mr. Alexander, who  speaks from personal knowledge of  some of the facts. It appears that a  young man of good reputation, named  Horrocks, was found robbed and murdered. His head had been beaten in  apparently witb bludgeons. A vigilant  search was made for the assassin and  after several months abandoned; no  clew to the crime, having been discovered. One night a gentleman who had  been well acquainted with Horrocks  awoke and told his wife-that he had  had a dream in which he had been as-  ~sured-that_one-SamueI_Longsinith_of.  Bolton was the murderer.  Longsmith lived some twenty miles  away and was a person whom the  dreamer had met but once or twice.  His wife told him to think no more  about it, but to go to sleep. A second  time he awoke from the effects of the  samo dream and announced his resolution to take steps the following morning- to seo what could come of it. Accordingly he went to Bolton the next  day and sought a warrant for the ar.-  rest of Longsmith. The magistrate,  howevov, refused to grant it upou such  evidence. Passing through the market  place, he met Longsmith aud invited  him to go to if public house to hear  something ho had to communicate to  him. There, locking tlio door, ho  charged him with tho crime. Long-  smith was staggered nud faintly denied tho accusation. In his confusion  ho snid ho was Innocent, for he did  not strike the blow,  "Then ybu know the man who did,"  replied tho accuser, and Longsmith  was arrested and examined. He prevaricated at tho examination and was  reiniindod for three day*. At tho end  of thnt time and after many hours*  prayer lie confessed that ho hnd beon  induced to join throo men in a robbing  expedition, when, mooting Horrocks,  who iiiiulo Homo resistance, hi.i throo  companions murdered lilm. This confession enmo out liof'oru tlio grand Jury,  nnd LongHinlth was brought to trial.  Tho fact of tho dronm wns not offorod  lu evidence, but other testimony sut'-  llciont to convict lilm was produced.  A fow days before Iho execution ho  mado a full acknowledgment of hia  gUllt. '":'   I'olntliiiv llio Way,  Somo yours ugo an KnglUh traveler  visiting tho Ti-iiiiHViinl asked a hum  whom ho mot to direct htm to tho president's house, "you;" enmo tho answer,  "kIiukI Uo on dill you conies to a rond  vol Uoos around dor skuolhousu; but  you don'd duko dot road. No, you ko  on till you soo dor big bnrn, shingled  mil Bhtraw, don you durn der road  down der fiefd uud Uo on dill you  comes to a pig red hooso; dot oos my  ltrodcr Hans' hoose. Don't ko In (lore;  Uo straight on dill you como* to der  liuystlc-k tult a farm. Veil, ho don't  llvo dere. Hut vhen you got furder  you seo a hooso on dor top of n. looillo  hill, so you ko lu daro und links der  oiild vowan lnsldo. Bho vlll toll you  put tor us I can,"  Salt Lnlce's Water.  "When once yoii understand the art  of bathing in the great Salt lake of  Utah it is the finest diversion on earth,  but it is not apt to result pleasantly to  the man who does uot heed the advice  of the experienced," said li citizen of  Salt Lake City. "At any other bathing  resort in the, world the swimmer can  play in the waves, dive and disport  himself as he pleases, but not so in  this wonderful sheet of water .In the  west and all on account of its extraordinary saline qualities. So heavily is it  charged with brine that unless the  bather protects his eyes, hose and ears  from   liquid   contact  he  will  receive  Ceylon  Teas  are  always reliable.    Always  Pure.  Black, Mixed or Natural GREEN.   Sold only,in  sealed lead  packets.    By all Grocers,  Editor  JOHN HAWKES,  of the Carn'duff Gazette.  T  JohnHawkes,   editor of the Carn-  dufE    Gazette,    is    a    forceful   figure  among   the people of the Northwest  Territories,   He is as sturdy and independent of mind as he is vigorous  of body. JEMs .opinions he   forms   for  such stinging punishment as will make  himself, and permits no other man to.  him bitterly regret having entered the  do his thinking.   He has strong con-  water.  To get even a little of it in tlie  victions,   and.    like    all   men    with  But when he J.strong   convictions,    has   some   pre- ;  'judices.     These,    however,    are    the]  mere fxcresoences of a mind that has i  reached    definite   conclusions   on   all  mouth is cause for grief.  knows enough  to protect himself in  sensitive places he will admit that no-  is;'widely, known   in   the   West.     In  1887 ho was an   unsuccessful candidate for    the   Territorial   Assembly,;  and    in    tho   election   of    1896   he  stumped Northeastern Assiniboia   as  a Dominion    Conservative candidate.  Ho is   widely   known as an effective  platform  speaker,  and  as a  forceful  writer.'  Within tho past,few months  Mr. Hawkes has   gained   widespread  notoriety by his announcement of his  intention.. to     support   the   Liberal  Government���������chief!v   on    its   present  railway policy.     This action   is   another illustration of ��������� his fair-minded  openness "Eo argument and his native  jindependence of thought,  as he   has,  las is well known, been a lifelong, ae-c  tive Conservative.   The political conversion   of   such   a   "man    as     Mr.  Hawkes is rightly interpreted by' hisi  friends as an event   of    considerable,  J importance,' for his influence    is,   as  ������������������ has ,bcon said,  considerable,  and his  ,,'fame is more widespread than is the  lot ofthe average editor in a small  ��������� town.  j Editor Hawkes in,his time has set  type, railroaded, "punched bulls,"  plowed, split rails, and ginned, cotton; he has campaigned in England,  and from the Rockies to; the , East':;  ho, knows the continent from the  Gulf of St. Lawrence to the Gulf of  Mexico, and frown. New''York to British Columbia, but he is proudest of  all that he is a newspaper man. And.  like the great    Disraeli,    he    "knows  where iu the world is the bathing so  fine* or so stimulating in its effects."  The English Fins.  i matters after careful thought and deliberation, and therefore holds with  tenacity what it believes. Each  judgment at which Mi:. Hawkes arrives  i.s  the result of deliberate per-  One thing 1 like about our new  man," said a member of the firm to  his partner, "is that he's reliable.  ,You can always 'tell what he is go-  . in������- to do next-" '"And what's thut?"  |' Nothing!"  The   reputation   of  " Diamond Hall" is con-1&  tinental   for  the quality |$  and reasonable prices of  yi>.  th  .>&?.  8m*  ���������*,  'ir-  8*  $$  ;*_  s-iiil  te  -<',���������-  ������������������:  ci requeit,  V:'.*  f  '.���������.���������t'i  its precious stones.  i  The same care ia exerci.ed  in selecting the stone for our ���������  $25.00 solitaire   ring-   (No.  13923) as for one at iii or  eight times that cost.  A complete catalogue of our  many department* will be lent  _>YKIE BROS.  "DIAMOND HALL"  'A''  tf!  Mi  I  fi  For over 500 years "the red cross o^^naf-thouffhTT,~"an_  lienceTr"is"~no T    ~ ^  a white field has been the emblem of  wonder tlu\t he   holds   none   of    his Ij.rQijy^y    SKILFUUA  England, and when in fullness of time opinions    lightly.     Hut. withai.   Mr. j  the emblems of the neighboring king-  Hawkes has no trace   of    intolerance ;  for those who differ from him. Any \  man whose ��������� views are sincere, and ,  honestlv arrived at, may be assured :  of his- respect,  howsoever those views ,  doir-i of Scotland and Ireland wove  joined with it the union flag came into  being. But for nearly 200 years the  union ring bore upon it two crosses  ,'oiily. the red cross of England and the  white cross saltire of Scotland, "according to a forme made by our heralds," as King James said In his procla-  mation. Tlio white saltire of Scotland  was  simply   surmounted  by   the  red  may conflict  with his own.  It will thus be no wonder Ihat Mr.  Hawkes is a virile personality where-  ever he is known. Thc average citizen is content to adopt conclusions  ready mado, and to leave the process  of reasoning   to    others.      On   siich  cross of England, but this latter had plastic characters, Mr.   Hawkes .has  to be  "fimbriated"  bordored-that. ia, loft an indelible impress,  and   it   is  witli a narrow white edge, owing to certain that by this means his views  the strict heraldic law.'thnt color can- AVl11   he   perpetuated  has  long  been  after his  removed.  _ti;r^������a'u^';oio7,^;u,s,u '~������'7i!;5������,������.. i*,*.*.,,..  upon metal.  A Blown Out Candle.  Tho only reason, it seems,' that we  don't dio whon wo are in a room whoro  a candle la blown out is that wo don't  get enough of the deadly composition  that Is eliminated from tho burning  wick, of which carbureted hydrogen,  carbonic oxide and ncrololuo are somo1  of the component parts, . A  mod lea I  being by birth a native of Kent,  tho county that disputes with the;  Isle of Wight, the title of "The Garden 'of England," Me was born in  1857, and, thirty-five years ago came  to Canada, lie returned, however, to  the Old Land, hut enmo out again in  1885. since which vein* he has continuously resided in Assiniboia.  Mr, Hawkes was educated at Hruns-  wiek House School,    at    Maidstone,  journal tolls of'a company of jokers 1h������������ ���������county town ������My'������t. When he  vlio tried',, Pleasantry on itlw sloe,, - ,- - 0 toUMiis astonished  ng In ono corner ol thoir room. 11i������y ,������     ���������Why,���������   uHl.(,(1 his   )Hin,]lU  AVOID    A  1JARY. -  That, the eleven-inonth-old child of  Smith Morris, of Eldon, Mo,, was  not trampled-to death by two big  draft horses attached to a Swift a  Company wagon, at Hronclway .ind  Lucas avenue, St, Louis. Thursday  a.fternoon, when it-was dropped by  its grandfather directly in front of  the horses, was due'to the "alniost  human intellig-eiice of the animals in  separating- just ' as: it. seemed they  would trample the little on#i to  death, The big wagon also cleared  the child 'because of the Horses' movements, and a slight scalp- wound sustained in falling on the 'granitei street  was its only injury,  ���������Mr^i-Gnvwu*ord:____y_kustmnd_fi'ave__  me this diamond ring to-day." ' Mrs.  Cribshaw:.   "What did you catch him  doing?".  hold to (lie hoy's nose the smoko of a  blown out ciindlo. Inn llttlo while tho  liny foil Into ��������� short broatlilnR, trembling and 'cratnpa and died lu throo  daya, ���������  SneeoM.  With great caro and much labor a  caterpillar climbed up a tall spear of  grans. Whon ho poached tho top ho  Hlood on his liitid ond aud waved UU  front end In tho nlr.  "./lust ns I fotirod," snid he. "Success  does not bring hnpplnoHS."  Hut then' ho tupnort nnd cllmbod  down, for tho caterpillars aro wiser  than men.  A WISE PRECAUTION.  "llefaii.se T want  to  lie a lunvspuiier  man,"  was  the reply.   .The boy had  his way, and foe four   vears   was "a  junior on  tlie staff of a  solid Whig'  lpaper,  the Struth Eastern OaW'tte,  I    Since that dar.   like Shakespeare's  I hero,  Mr,  Hawkes has    in    his   time  'played many parts.    Hel'orn   he   was  out'of his  teens lie Was   a    railroad  coiitractor, tnkiniJr a big contract on  the Toronto & Nlplssing line.    Subsequently, he went  to   the   Southern  SinteH, spending n  winter in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi, where  I he   look   great    Intercut In studying  the conditions of the  iv.'gro  population,  which had  reeeully been emancipated,  Ueturnlng to  England,  lie resumed  'newspaper  work,   following   It    sue-  uvsHfully    till   IHHn,   when he   again  enine to Canada,     For several years  he I'aniH'd, and    took   a    prominent  part In all co-operative iixmihiipoh for  tho   beiu'fit    of   that   section of the  eoiiimunity, being   elected first, president  of the Whltewood  Kni'ini'i's' Institute,  I    Mr.   Hawkes   rellnoulshed fanning,  Thr> Hoof Omen nf Mow York.  Thoro aro dogn In Now York that  nover not fbot on tho street, Thoy Uo-  long to tho janitors in tho downtown  buildings, mid thoir runways consist  of tho poof of tho building In which  their owners llvo nnd adjoining roofs  011 tho same level, That is a rnro duy  when tho office worker on looking out  tho Ntwnili story window doc* not  soo n Iin If doxen dogs romping About  upon tho roofs txinenth lilni. Thero Js  ono advantage at least in bolng a root  dojj-tlio dog catcher bat no terrors ror  hlin. ..... . ... .  .  No matter whether tho baby la  sick or well, llnby's Own Tablots  should ulwuyH he In the house, Thoy  not only cure Infiuitlle disorders  but thev prevent them, and should  1..     ���������,.   '.!    '.-,-'   ���������  --, ���������:'���������    the    lit 11������    ovioi  Hhruv the silrrht..-^ sliriiM of Illness.lowing to tho absence of school fncili-  No other medicine is so enthusiast!- '������������������������������������������*, and .n-inoved to VHim-uooil.  callyspokPii of by mothcrs-no othor 1'������������������������������������������������. ���������"������<' ������������ tlnus his uctivitiw were  medicine huh tlone so mui'h to mako v.������ry various. He wn? (own clerk for  little ones healthy and good natur- *������'" .vars; he operated a woll-lrforlng  ed. Mva. Albert Luddlngton, St. 'mnchlni' In 1HDWM1, nnrlln 1R0<  Mary's lliver, N, S,, says: "i do not '"' .^UuUvl tit..* \VKiu-.w,_d .;..���������,;;.  believe my babv would havo boen and Iwcanio editor of the Whitowood  bollev.- my baby would havo boon H'u-iild: next he went for 11 brief  nllve to-diiv had it not, boon for **"������������> t������������ Ib'glnn. nnd finally, in lOWi.  s Own   Tablets.     Slnco   using ho settled in Cariidult us the proprle-  hennlhe   is   growing   nicely, Is good tor of the Oa/etto,  Ayer's  Give nature three helps, and  nearly every case of consumption will recover. Fresh  air, most Important of all,  Cherry  Pectoral  Nourishing food comes next,  Then, a medicine to control  the cough and heal the lungs,  Ask any good doctor.  -1 dr it mad Ayer'������ Chitrrr P������ot������r������j u x.at*  mo, I tim tumxi tarrllil* wmhi of Itinn UU>  ���������MOimiri'ithy It, 1 nm ntix.t wlihoutlt,",,  AlDHAT 0. UamiU'ON, Mftrl������ttn, Ohio.  Mfl.l50o���������W.0ll,  MJilMiJjtj^  ��������� for  j, 0, atiiioo.,  J__51__MM������,  I  Consumption  ���������li.  Boa  owo  Or. Agnew's Ointment Cures  Piles -ll'tchlng, ..nieedlng and Blind  Piles. Comfort, hi-'one "application. Tt  cures in Uiree to six mights. It eures all  skin tl.iseifs'os iii youiiff and old, A remedy beyond -compare, and it never tails.  85 cents.���������(53  "What's the use, of sonrcliiiifj for  the North Pole?"- "Why, it would  mean the .saviii-ic <M' iuoney," "Mow's  that?" "It. wouldn't be necessary for  to .send any more e.xpedilions to look  for it."  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neoralgii.  Mabel: "'Poos''"your husband' still  suffer from .neuralgia?" Maud: "Yes;  but. not nearly so much as tho rest  of us do." .       ,  TI-IKUK IN ONLY (INK NCLKl'TUir  , OIL.���������WIihii an article, -ho It nicdlclnn or  Iniiythlnit else, IteooniPH pupuliir, lititlii-  lions Inviii'lahly sprlnif up to derive ml-  vniituiri������H from Uio oi-l������'tnal, which they  tlicinwIveH could never win on 'tlit'lr own  niei-tts, luiitiill'oiis of Dr, Tlunuiis' V.eWc-  ti'ie DM Iiiih been numcrouw hut nover  HUi't'ONNl'ul. 'p-hose who know the uemitni'  nro not put oir wild a HiiliHtflule, hut-  demand  the real  lliinir,  dsmandt dally aotlon of thi  wlthAyor'aPllii.  Aid parurs \  '   Mr, HtaylutC: "Cli-aeiqus! It's, nearly midnight..   I must bo n'olntc protty  soon,   1. Suppose,"    Miss   ratieiu'c;  VWell, yes;   you    know the old   sa,v-  ���������iilM',     'Ne\ei'   put   off till   to-morrow  what you ean do to-dav,' "  I  _  Mlnard's Liiflniei^t Cures Burns, etc,  iammwmm-mmmm.mwMtmm*mmmmmmw  'riilrti't'ii 11 rllIsh life insiiriinee of-  (li'i'M det'line propostils from tinviU'ci-  niiti'il pi'i'sons,  j dinison: "Doetor, I am get!Ing too  stout, and I want your udvU'o," poc-  tor: "Nolhlng rediiees flesh Ilka worry. Spt'iul two hours a day thinking  of tho money you owo ma,"  ���������na'Juflfirl ami Is Melting fat." flood  foitt tlw now born baby or growing  chUl���������Aud above nil absolutely nolo,  \iiti can got Hnh.v'M Own Tablets  from .your druggist, or by inn 11 at 35  cents a box by writing The Dr.  William*' Mediclno Co., Brockvlllo,  Ont,  I In 180(1, tis secretory nf the North-  went dairymen's Asocial ion. VTr.  HnwktMi  made  a   tour of tho 'IVrrl-  loiii-h,   for     lhe    purpose  ol   cii'aliiiH  and stiiuulating interest jn the (Government creameries.  I   In purely public matters, on might  tbo expected from his Interest therein  nnd hi* personal energy. Mr. Hawkes  Do You Reoelve Theso Wireless Msssegos?  They Are About Your Health.  When ycixxr health goes the leant bit wronfc, a wireless message  Is sent to your brain.  It says something like this:  " You aro not quit* woll-take a doto of  BEECHAM'S PILLS  at onoo and It will put you right.*'  Do you attend to these messages when you receive them ?  You should do so.  BEECHAM'S PILLS often prevent a serious  illness, and so prove themselves  11 WORTH A OUINIA A BOX."  meU *y ��������������� DfVffMs '��������� teraxm ami M. S, Amrlta.   le eataa, 11 seats.  f>������������mmmi^.ffiy&^M>i. t  *  IGRiLPfrPAIN^  *,A  ������Pi  itu;-  _____>������ . _���������  Are the Cry of the Nerves for  Better Blood.  Enrich The Blood nwl Neuralgia will  1    Disappear���������It Is Only Thoso Whos������  Blood Is Poor 'and Watery ;Tha1  .      Suffer.  A.*  \    f  : '  ��������� No,., part  of   tho   human system is  more sensi'tive than the nerves. Many  'of;.tho most excruciating pains that  afflict   mankind   come   from    weak,  *������������������ *- ��������� "shak^gshattered. nerves, ~und .auiojtg  the nerve pains there is-perhaps none  causes   more   intense   suffering   than  neuralgia,    which -generally   attacks,  ���������; the * nerves    of    the |faco ahd-l head,'  i. ^o^inies ���������' causjng, jewift) .'darting',]  agonizing pains���������at'"other "times' a  dull, heavy aching feeling which  makes life miserable. Tliere is only  one way to get rid' of neuralgia, and  othor nervous1 troubles,- and that is  through., tho blood. ��������� Poor, watery  blood makes   the   nerves   shaky and  ������������������ invites disease. -Rich, redblood makes  the nerves strong. and' banishes all  nervo troubles.    -No   medicine' in tho  : world can equal Dr.  Williamsf. Pink  .. Pills as a blood builder, and nerve  tonic; every dose helps to make rich,  ^ red   blood,  and every drop of   this  -"-new-blood feeds and*'1 str'engthens the  ... nerves , and banishes all nerve. jqch.es  and   pains.   Among those who offer  , ^ strong proof of this isyNTr. John Mc-  "'""''Efermot't'/Bond Head; oftt.," who :sa!y&:  "A few years ago, while11 working as  a carpenter in Buffalo, I got wet.    I  neglecteid ������to change Hay clpthes,, and!  , next'i}xnQrnifigi' 1$ 'awokojJvVith cramps  ari_ -pains ' tlhrodgh'out'-" *my entire  body. I was unable to go to work,  so called in a doctor. I followed', his  treatment, but it did not lielp. me.  As I was unable to work I returned  to my home at Bond Head. Here I  consulted a- doctor,- who said I was  suffering, .from neuralgia, but .though  he treated me for some time he also  failed-to' help me. .1 had often read  of DDr, 'Williamstf Pink Pills, so decided Yd try themt thad not used more  than three boxes before I felt they;  .���������v-������.*l������-.-,were. helping. me. Fr<m_*t_.atv<on.-1  gained, day by day, and after ,1 had  ��������� ,��������� <u'sedi.spme ten-boxes 1 tfiad ^fully ro-  . covered my old-time" s'traugth, and  have since been able to-.^prk at (my  trade-.without any trouble. Tha pains  ^ and-etches'no'lo������ger;,;^orture me and  Jl, have gained in weigh.rt. think Dr.  ���������������������������JjfglJBme'���������Pink���������Pills -an���������invaluable  medicihS ������S&., ^h&ll   always, have 'a-.  ",-, good word to, say for them."*"  Neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism/  St'Vitua dance, and $be many othyr^  biooS^aijd nefvS troubles .all vanish  when. Dr. Williams; Pink Pills are  used���������but you must get the genuine,  bearing'the full name, "Dr. Wil-  ,',,,Warns' Pink Pills for,Pale People,"'  on the wrapper around every box.  Soljl by druggists or diroct^by mail  ati.50 cents ei/boxftor. six tibxes for  f2,;_0. by writitfg 'The .Dr. .Williams'  Medicine Go./fflroi^vill^itont.;'  ���������   FORMER NEWKtApEU MAW DEAD  ;'������.v .John A. Davidson,  formerly, of tho  - '- sfluelpH- Mercury,  d'i'bduit tluolpli,  on  Sunday morning, aged 73 yt'arw.;  KILLED BY C. P. A/EXPRESS.  Wlliihni Anderson, a prominent I'ar-  ,   ,uu������r of. East Zora, while driving.Into  "  'Woodstock    Friday     morning,    was  ��������� ��������� . Htruck..by. iv.C J\il. passomror train  Ht a' crossing  and  instantly  killed.  '.    The buggy - was snuiBhod .to '.ntoiiiw,  but thu hbrso oncapejl uninjured. Anderson wii's aged pS/and unnUuTied.  - ANOTHER. STRIKE AT SYDNEY- '  ,'the entire'night shift of the lloiniiv-  foni Jrioh' &'" Stobl Company at ; Sydney qul.t'-Avorit .Friday y.tt\^u I U(j( be*.  eutise thu superintendent.,Worsted .in  the employment of u risk Alow labor'to  oporuto machines that .mnili'ed skilled nietjhnnli's '"or apprentices.'    Some  .. 2b a^Atoui^d work-. , " '  'iifillwijuNE .HFAn/JMnwinan.  '' N.-W;'hi'trltinc, f<)r'fll yonrs miina-  "'gor   and'   district   superintendent   of>|  tho Montreal Tolegriiph.-cqiiipany and-  tho (Irent NorlIwuHtern IVh'tfriiph  , company, Ottawa,' tvim tho 'other  ������ fl'uy presented with a boautlful' cus-  ket of tdlvehvaro Ivy tho old om-'  1 ployeoH of the company and   promt-  jio'nt citlaens of Ottawa.   (  HUHON lilOCWHAN ELECTION.  At   a .mooting   of    the  '������xocutl.vo  synod of,-Huron ;held a few.  ovon lugs  *tfgo. at London it was   decided that,  tho synpd bo called to moot Nov. 20  for tho oloctloh of  a  bishop.    Dean  , Davis was chosen temporary head of  tho dloeese. A fitting resolution on  tho deeah of Dlshop Baldwin was  passed, ������  . AWHTUATION   FOR   NEWFOUNDLAND.  A dospatch from Montreal says  that Hon, Edward Blako and Donald  McMitstor havo loft fdr St. John's,  Newfoundland. Thoro they will act  ns. arbitrators between the Mewiound*  land Government- and tho Held Company In connection with tho taking  over by thd. Government Qf flOO  Utiles of telegraph fines from the Bald  company,  GQOD FOH AUUXCULTUHE,  .7. T>.  Dnhl<������, nurv<������jror, wlm Is kiif-  veying   tho    townships   of   Beatty,  . Monro nnd McCool, In >lgoma,   for  the Ontario governroait, bee Sont *  report to  the departnent that mil  * . three .township* contain good agricultural lAtHto. '  * *  The papier roache dog on top of the  .rosewood writing desk glared at the  rabbit compounded of the same fiber  and tried to growl. *  ��������������� J!It;s ,cwtr.ary to. the.Jaws' "o������nature  for you to perk, yourself right under  my nose that way," he complained.  . The rabbit made- an. effort -to' flick  one ,ear an<J disdained to answer.  r' '.'Iifreari'lfe yo_.\v<|uld ta_e'precious  good.icare to,keep, put of my roach,"  the canine growl continued.  "Oh, I really do.n.'t know," the rabbit giggled; ''you would be nothing  more than a floppy, overgrown puppy.  I" don't'know that it would take auy  great amount of ambling tto keep out  of-your way.!'.. She.h^ld h^r one fore  .paw with the ;limp grace,"which she  had often admired in her distant cousin, the kangaroo.      ;  "I see you are a cripple also," she  smirked, with'a polite interest. "You  have lost a portion of your hind leg.  "Oiir "'pre_e_f prSpl-'quity"'^ "probably  due to our discrepancies."  "I .don't Jknow how you, make that  iout,"'j1 he, s^o|ted^f,with^ina|cullno ob-  .'tuseriessiv'i f. \f- % 1, J-  ";,'   .*  "That's easy enough," she sniffed.  "My right Bide is really the handsom-  "She pight hav������ It she hadn't been  so much In love.,' Every time she happened t'o be'at*'a table playing against  him she would simply throw away  tricks. I was sitting on, the ptyjlor  mantel, and I distinctly saw the .'rest  of ������the people wink at each other." \  '?Well, I suppose people will be foolish at times." He gave a condoning  sigh. '��������� ���������   ' 1   J,  "I had a lovely poem attached to me  me when I w'as presented to her." Tho  rabbit showed some symptoms of pride  In" the reminiscence.   "My mind was  nev������r very retentive, but to the best of  ray memory lt ran something like this:  ��������� '    "Be quick like the rabbit.  ,   .   If you see a trick, erab lt."  "How atrocious!" he sneered In disgust "I'm glad I never tried to wrlto  poetry, but I'm sure I could have.beaten that." '  "Oh, I dare say yours^ would all.be  mere doggerei^' she giggled.      *  He tried to' swell with indignation  and grieved that he was not made M  rubber .or of some substance';'that  would lend. Itself to his mood.   ������: 1">  "I suppose you don't know how their  affair ended<"       ��������� '. ./.  VDo tell me." she entreated. ?* '"2k*  parlor maid arranged my head in sifch  a positiort that I was never able to see  anything except tbe ceiling."    ���������;'"  "That's atrial," he concejd&l., "My  head turns, too, ������mt I was placed where'  I could :see everything going;���������'<>_��������� ' I  think she really places/meyhere to  guard the contents of _cr,;ftles_. . My  eyes are; turned at the esa^t angle necessary to read every letter, she' writes  or" every one that she takes* out- to answer." ' ,' ���������������<.���������-, , <��������� (J  ii:Do go on and tell mejjwhat .ifvas the  cause of trouble with thj. sweet dears,"  said the rabbit impatiehtjy., '"  He chewed his real^feather muzzle  reflectively.    "It was'' aft.sudden as a  whirlwind," he flnaHy^ftiarrated.   "He  Wrote her a,note telling her lie couldn't  , keep ,aq engagement to take her to the  thferfter-oiib night.   She happened to be  ���������on the car th������ same night and saw bim  4ia-few seats'ahead of her with anoth-  |er-_glrl!l'..-,GeeI Irnever read ,,suchi ti  scorching./letter-as the ohfc'siie. wrhte  him that night. ( She sat up till' 1  yclock'' to finish, it! ;I'jnst knew it was  "gplhg to'ihake trouble.    I spent the  'whole* nlgh't wishing!I'could get to it  ^nd chew.,it up, for it was a positive  certainty thit it would cause trouble."  al?  ""AM" wel|^~mlgMr"tteS7wwe  ways perfidious,., creatures!" hissed the  rabbit, wlnkingjm angry tear from one  glass eye and a sympathetic shower  from the other.  hold on," the  dog  ad-  HB INSISTED UPON BKR HEABQtq SIS HZ-  PLANATION. t  est, .but''after ,the Ipnrlor maid broko  'off d'ttoof^inyj',fOre1'piaws sho got to putting'that sido ncxt.ito the .wall. I.observe that you are woudd'ed on tho loft  sido, and that it i'^your.'left side thq.t  Is-tyrned toward ..the wall," Sho peered  rouh'd him with her glass bead oyo.  "There may be" something In your  tlieVrfyV,, ho;.- admitted,' ; "When : we  Wj^qi's6und In, body we had our host  UQesJto Aho world ^an'd our backs to  each'other. I ne'vtir'^new you existed  ovbh.'" "' " ' ..-' yfy? ''  -���������'"vthat' tt;.benight^' state of Ukxxox,  ranc'o ,for your mlndlto bo'in! Do'you  bolohg to her?"   .-���������' <m.>iiV' -  "Most assuredly I do,"' In Ws most-  pompous mannor. "Sho hns' bad', motor months. Sho told him she nevwt  would part wltb'mo." I wijfl never forgot how pleased she was' tho night,  'She drew -mo from. tbo grab bag ot  .the fair, It was tUg day, after thoy  became engaged, I'teallyn bolioved  thoy' wore tho happiest peoplo I evor  'saw."  ,  "Tell me all nbout It," she coaxed.  "I delight in romances,"  "Are you bora, "tool" he questioned  suspiciously.'' ���������  , "Ob, that's all' right! It's po^octjy'  proper to toll me," she'nsHurod hlnj.  VI .belong to hor also, so you seVjt  would nil.bo in tbo family, If yob  hadn't been' slttinaf Vith-'yttur back toward, m? .until you lamed,, your leg  you would hnve know^t^ sho had'  only boen engaged, fou* 'months whon  she got mo."  "You don't sny I And I nover knew  It!" h<������ <������*<<!fttmod In fitr^r!"c.������  "She Won me ht a ������x\ohro party, th#  rabbit continued, taking a nibble it  tbs highly'painted papier macbe car*  rot tbat tbe manufacturer had  thoughtfully placed in her mouth. ��������� 1  wat the bev^y prise, you _m>rr."  MYesi Vm wh X ihiuld liiive gncesed  It," permitting his masculine Jealousy  to render him ungracious.  .���������'You needn't be so snappy," Mid  tbe rabbit, taking onatbor bIte of carrot, end wondering If It would hare  tasted, better painted with yellow  eehw Instead of Naples yellow. ���������*  . 'Tm surprised that she didn't wm  the flrst prise/' bt mattered in *m abstracted way that she probably mistook for m qotry, for she answered  amdi-M.   .,  "Now, you  .vised loftily. "Females always would  Jump at conclusions. "Walt till-you  hear it all. ��������� I never saw any ono so  unhappy as" she wus. She positively  wore the polish off this desk weeping  on it."'  '���������'   '  i, ,"Tp think that.her happiness should  'have'been destroyed at one blow by  such villainy.^- And tho small rabbit  mouth quivered-so she could scarcely  hold the carro^ i  "Now, Hborj)" lyou go , again," he  growled. "Just wait till.i flplsh this  story.' ;Afte*i he hnd stayed away for  weeks ��������� he came- walking. in,, ono day  and said in.;a;Vpry dignified manner  that ho insisted upon her hearing his  explanation, because he didn't care ������6r  ony one to consldor him a dishonor-  -ablo' cad." " '.       ��������� ���������  The rabbit's eyes bulged with excited interest;;and sho intimated with  a breathless mannor that sho wished  him to continue. i  The dog enjoyed his auditor's suspense. ".Thero was tho simplest kind  at, solution to tbo affair, A cousin  of bis'had pas_ed'through tho city t|n'  oxpectcdly,/and bo had boon obliged  HAVE YOU A HOBBY?  An Especial Fad Is Said io Be Good  Fer Mind and Body.  The b^st thing "iu tbe world for  nerves is sleep, the next proper food,  the third proper dress; But as-good as  any one of these is a hobby.  How often does ope hear tbe expression, "Oh, that is So-aud-So's hobby,"  spoken rather disparagingly. It is the  tendency of the average mind to regard a-person who has a pronounced  enthusiasm as a species of harmless  lunatic rather to be pitied. The truth  of the matter is tliat any one who hao  any especial fad is greatly to be envied, as it probably provides more Interest and amusement for its possessor  than anything else. Any decided interest ha life, whether it is dignified by  tlie name of an occupation or is simply  "an enthusiasm or even mentioned  slightingly as u fad, is eminently desirable.  -"I have never seea a.genuine collector that is not happy when he is allowed by circumstances to gratify his  tastes." remarked a student of human  nature, "and w bent in 4hat direction  should always be. encouraged. It is a  curious phase of our humanity that we  will work diligently to make provision  for, our material'needs w-hcri we are  "6l(T and quite neglect to "store up  mental resources that will interest and  amuse us'until .we are called hence."  Hobbies help' one to "forget sorrow  ,and give us pleasure, in the present  They are among the best things in lifo  ���������promoters of health; peace and happiness. ' '"  A PIRATE AMONG PLANTS.  to tako her across on tho ferry to  makq .collection with her train. I  ImU ,9opfldohce in him all along, and  you. ought to have soon hor smllo |of  I'nptMtfi'.whon sho heard his oxplnnn-  tlbnXlAl'f.wnB standing right besfdo  this a^k^aud-in hor norvousnoHs hot  Ungors fell ���������i!pqn���������,tuo with a tight  clutch. Ho suw how sho folt, and jlio  tlld just whut any man would hcjvo  dono. He walkod right oyer nnd ttjok  her in bis arms. ��������� Sho forgot to put  mo down so Igot mwbed against his  bronst, That's tho, way I lost my log,  but 'twns woll .worth it," ho sighed,  "Thnt bus boon months,ago// ���������.  "Tbe poor, swee^doarsr tho rabbit  broathod sonttitferitally, "I'm. so glad  yioy lived happily evor aftorwurd,"  nnd nerowed lier bead ovor- oil hia  ihouldflr iu satisfied comfort.       .'  When the mn Id 'dusted the desk  noxt morning she grinnod with appreciation, ,    .  "Thoy ore the most unnatural cm-  lures," she said, twisting thoir heads  until tbey gazed into oach other's oyoB  as if thore hnd never in the world boen  a feud between dog and rabbit Tbon  she took thom and started out of the  troom.  "Sbe said her baby molght loitte to  play with them."  In the days when a snuffbox was  considered a necessary attribute to tbe  perquisites of a beau or a belle much  ingenuity was brought to boar apon  the manufacture of theso dainty trifles. The result* were of ten very novel. Those with s taste for tbe morbid  eortjld buy boxes made from tbe wood  of scaffold, chairs tbat murderers hid  at upon or pitta of tbeir bonsse.  Wild Fiff .of Mexico Choked to Death  . the Peaceful Palm.  ;. Among all the forni3 of vegetable  life Jn the, Mexican tropics the wild fig  .trees are ithe. most remarkable. rSome  pi! .them sliow,"such apparent, intelligence fn their, readiness, to meet emergencies .that it is difhcult'not to credit  them ,wij.h powers of Volition. , ���������;.'  ;. Ifl...the tropics, where the wild figs  flourish,.&sjj������ Ig^i^coQgtant"1 struggle  for'* life among numberless "Ipedes 6_  .glauts.,,Certain ol^'hie wild figs appear  to h'ar.e learned this and provide a fruit  .which is a, favorite: food^ for many  birds. Then au occasional seed is  dropped.by a,bird .where it finds lodg-  -mfiiit-is^the-axil-pf-a-Ralm-frond-hlgh-  in the air..  There the seed takes root and ie  nourished., by the, little accumulation  of dust and vegetable matter. It sends  forth an.'aerial root, which creeps  down the, .pitimj sometimes coiling  about the .trunk on its way. , When  this slender, cordllko rootlet reaches  the ground it.secures foothold ond becomes tho future trunk of the fig tree.  After the descending rootlet has secured Itself in the ground a branch'|  bearing a few lqavo'3 springs from the  seed In the ptijiii top,'riifd'a'vigorous  growth begins.. '.Ti/oii this fig gradually  enlarge?,,.ai]d] 'inchsc?, 'the supporting  .p.aim trun'k.uiiW'iho:'iiKttc'rt,is. eorrtplpto  Iy shut in.tho.heart-of its foster child,  nnd eventually��������� strangled;:--Geographic  Magazine.-  Melonb nnd Snuff,  Of that great lady, Charlotte of'Rar  varla,.the Marquise of Crequy ln hor  memoirs suys: "The diet of this Illustrious person wns largely composed of  salt beef and soup made of beer; also  a certain horrible rnggut of'fermented  cabbage wflrtch*made tho wholo castlo  .stink whein sho partook of lt. Sho  called It 'ficiiaucniout,' and she usod  to compel her guests to cat it. Indeed  sho mado a sort of patriotic persecution of it,' so that ovory ono tried to  evado hor dinners., Sho would cat tho  most, horriblo mosses���������prunos and  rionrs cooked, with bird nnd onions*  salads mado of raw herrings and apples soaked In oil and mustard, pasties  of otters' Ik'flh and swiIIh. Sho powdered her melon with Scotch snuff."  THE DIVING LIGHT.  Trielc of UnrnlitRT n Candle In R Glawi  of Water.  If you were to announce some evening that you could stick a lighted emu-  die into a glass of water until it wae  submerged almost up to tbe wick nnd  that the candle would not go out, hut  would burn down to the very end of  its wick instead, wouldn't everybody,  laugh at you? *  Get a candle and drive a very small  nail into the bottom end.   Thc candle  THE CANDLE IN THE GLASS.  should be about three inches long. Fill  a glass with water, light the candle  and stick it into the glass. The can-  die floats and the.nail weighs down  the end; which results in the candle;  floating perpendicularly, as shown,in  the illustration. '  * But what1 is to prevent it from burning down to the surface of tbe >, water-  and going out?  That is the secret of tbe trick, and"  not one person in a hundred would  think of the true cause, which is very,  simple and natural.  , The candle loses its weight as it  burns. The' remaining portion, grow-  ing-rlighter,--keeps-rising-to-the-topr-  pulling the naii up with it. The water maintains tbe same distance from'  the wick it bad in the beginning of the  experiment, and the candle burns merrily away until it reaches tbe end of  its, wick, when there/will still be  enough tallow left to support the nail���������  if it is small enough���������and then it ie  your turn to laugh.���������New York Mall,  A Strict Old Ln'lr. (  A certain nolilo faintly In Scotland  adopted'tho Rplwopulhiu fnllh nnd carried out Its idous regardless of expense,  On tho flrst Introduction of tho full  choir sorvlco into tho local church the  great lndy, who hnd been active In the  work, wns anxious that a favorite  woman servant of hers-n Trosbyterlun  of tho old school-should havo an opportunity of hearing tho service. Accordingly sho took hor ({own to church  in tlio carrihgo and on returning askod  the old woman what she thought of  the music. "Ou, It's verra bonny. Hut,  oh,t my lady, It's nn awfu' wny of  spending the SabbnthJ"  Bneoamgln* Htm.  "Do you know," remarked the pessimist, "I think that I hnvo experienced overy kind of mlsfortuno excopt  linnirlnir."  "Well, you shouldn't be discouraged,"  rejoined tbo optimist "It is always  desirable, you know, to remember the  old adage, 'While there's life there's  bopo."������  ���������o :���������". ���������".    A Pert netet le the VTkele,  **Moet divorces are caused by a very  common mistake."  ������������������What Is Itr  "Many a maa in lore only with t  dimple or a onr) makes tbe mistake of  I maminf tbo whole girl."'  DEN OF WILD BEASTS.'  A Gnmo That Qtvea Plenty of Fn������  and Lota of Exercise.  In the game of. "tho den of wild  beasts" each playor. represents some  ferocious wild animal, such as panther,  .wolf, Hon or'bear. Each chooses a  tree or post or stono for his particular  den. As a signal for tho game to com-  menco all mnko :n tcrriblo noise, Imitating tho animals thoy pretend to be.  Tho most venturesome then loaves  his don and advances toward the mld-  dlo of the playground, whero ho dances  around, trying to entico tho other animals from their lairs. Suppose the  wolf comes out flrst. Perhaps a Hon  and a. tiger will immediately follow.  Then tho wolf calls out, "I'm nftcr the  Hon!" ��������� Tho wolf starts in pursuit, and  the lion tries to got homo to his don  boforo bolng caught. If the wolf  catches him ho takes him back to bis  own lair, nnd thoro tho Hon has to  stay throughout tho rest nf the game  unless tho wolf hlmsolf Is caught,  No two aro allowed to chase tho same  animal ut tho uauio tlmo, and tho chase  belongs to tho ono who first calls "I'm  after so and ool" No animal can bo  takon while he is bringing a captive  homo.  , It ofton happens that all the animals  are In tho field nt tho snmo tlmo, oach  In pursuit of his prey. Thon lt is most  exciting, Whonovor tho captor of an  animal is himself captured tho prison*  or Is froe to loavo the den and go back  fo his own lulr. Tho gnmo ends only  whon all tho animals are caught and  Imprisoned in ono don.  . : , 1  A Maalr Hen, /  He-You say you like a manly man.  What is your idea of a manly man?  Sbe-Well, for instance, one wbo  doesn't stay and stay and stay just  !wn������������������ bo r-,r\0T*; tho girl Isn't strong  enough to throw him out.  AOHWIItjr of Qmm Vietorlft,  The Queon is perfectly idolir^i  by the peoplo; sho mixes  among them familiarly, fcut  wftiio she pats tho heads of  the children whom sho meets In1 hor  early walk*, sho takes caro to mlnuto  a gracoful dignity with her cond.V  censlon. Tho royal children aftor  they have worked in their gardens go  out to walk, snd they are especially  instructed to bo courteous to who*  ever may fall in their way. Sohio.  tlmos Her Majesty enters a cottage���������  perhaps *t the dinner time of the oo*  cunants-and, sitting down at the  .tobto, partakes of the food.-London  Atlae, of August, J854, reprinted i������  Toronto Globe of that deto. *������5a������  ^.k.���������������-*- .���������-*���������--"  ,>������-*���������- ������*-.*������*-���������*'������*"*  at-:  1,0  Telegraphic   News  ������������-������Ma  St Petersburg, 5th���������It seems now  to be definite that Rojemveneky's  squadron will not attempt at present  to reach Vladivostok. Tho decision has been reached thnt he  will await the third Pacific Fquad-  ron on which work is proceeding  nigbt and day and several ships pf  which are expected to be ready by !  the end of January.  Moscow, 5th���������There was a demonstration on in front of Grand  Duke Sergus'palace to-day. Crowds  lined the palace   walls   and   cried  ���������" Down with the war."  Berlin, 5th~-The highest diplomatic opinion here is that the eurr  render of Port Arthur makes it itn������  possible for any government friendly to Russia to advi-e peace of to  unite with any government in offers  of    international  mediation.  The feeling at the Russian court ie  absolutely for continuing the war,  Probably not one person who has  aciess to to the Emperor of Russia  could be found   who   would   even  privately   favor  accep.ing  defeat.  Gigantic field operation will begin  in  the spring.     Kuropaikin  has  600,000   troops  east   of  Baikalin  while more than 400;000 are already camped at Mukden.     It is  impossible for the Russians to cease  fighting with that army in the field  which will shortly be increased  to  7u0,000.   Tlie Japanese being fully  informed of Ruasias preparations  are putting forth every resource to  surpass them.   Field operations of  a magnitude not before seen in the  _J_!yL-^l___^Min_in a few weeks.  St Petersburg, 5th���������Few incidents uf the whole war have aroused  more criticism than the announcement officially issued by the gener-  staff tbat Gen. StoesBel will have to  come home and stand court martial  for sunendering Port Arthur,  Although orders to that effect  have uot been sent to Admiral Rogen  v������m*ky, it is announced positively  that the decision has been reached  that lhe second Pacific .squadron  will return to Europe.  London, 5th���������Daily Mail's corre- f  spondent with Nogi's army in Port  Arthur gays'that the Russian torpedo boat destroyers, 7 in number,'  were purposely permitted to escape  from Port Arthur ur.der the eyes of  the Japanese fleet as a tribute to the  bravery of the Russian garrison v J-  E, EMDE  Tokio, 5th���������The following was  received from Nogi at 3 o'clock this  Thursday aftemi>on:--0 der is  maintained at Port Arthur. The  people are quiet. The total num*  berof inhabitants is 35.000;oi wnoxu  25,000 are soldiers or .sailors. Total number of sick or wounded is  20,000. The Japanese are strenu  s.\y succoring the people. The capitulation commissioners are pushing tbeir respective work.  St Petersburg, 5th���������A despatch  of Dec 11, from Stoesrel settles the  questions of who sank the Russian  * warships saying tbat all in the inner harbor were sunk by 11 inch  Japanese shells.  , Tukio, 5th���������-The right of opinion  in Japanese official circles seem to  be npainst lhe belief in an early  conclusion for peace und doubt is  expressed that the f.ul of Port Arthur will not effect the situnlioii.  A Protest That Pails*.  "During my stay iu the Oity of Me_������  ,COi" eaya a well known Philadelphia!*.  "I Went out one Sunday to see a bull-;,  flRht It's the proper thins to do. you  kiiow.' All the Amertean tourists go.  Seated very near to me lo the raiaed  benches of the amphitheater was a Ger-  muntown woman whom I know by  sight aB an enthusiastic member of the  Society For the Prevention of Cruelty  to Animals. She is one of those who  insist upon showing a badge every  time a driver uses a whip on a balky  horse and .demanding an arrest  "Well, she had her' little badge on all  right, and wben the fight between tbe  bull and the picadors became pretty  hot she jumped up in her Beat and demanded that it be stopped. 'Stop this  at once,' she shouted, waring ber arma.  'Sit down. Maud, and don't make a fool  of yourself!' e_clalmed her husband.  But she insisted upon having her own  way. . nm a member of the Pennsylvania Society For the Prevention of  Cruelty to Animals,' she declared, waving the lapel of her coat that contained  the buttons 'I demand that this butch-  -er^rshall-Cease.!__ExoryMdy_hiugh^i^  her, and after awhile ahe went out.  taking her husband wltb her."  /  BJLb&xrZZLM  C   IX__."SriS.   ;._?**o������R._3_TO_a  English 4 * BURTON Alttaya on tap; alto, the fstnoui MILWAUKEE  BEERS-Aohenser, Bohamian, Sohliti, ko. ������ OLD GRBY BBARO "  SCOTCH WHISKY. Beet Wwes and Liquors of *Al kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, nnder the immediate superintendence of Maa  DavU, wil) be found First elaat in every respsut.  RATES,  ll.oo per day upwards.  i  Royal Barfk of Capda  Capital (paid up), $8,000,000  Reserve Tund        8,000,000  Undivided Pro������U������       193,005  T. K. KENNY, Pre3!d_ht. K. L. PEASB, Qbnkbjs. Max am*.     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Cmmalderate,  "The portions of steak ere rather smsll  this moraine," said Mrs. titsnrcm spol������  iptlcalljr    "I'm *ori7"~  "I think It's ri������ry eonslderate of yon,"  Willed Mr. Starboard "wuce it's ao trery  to������i������rh.M>  3rd tit, Cumberland  MM A, DILLON, J.P,  notary pubuc. conveyancer,  real estaxb insurance agent,  commissioner 8upreme court bc  Renisjreceivecl,     debts  collected,  Farms valued^     Deede'registeredr  Dedo, Wills, Mining Papersj ko., drawn.  4 OFFICES,   CUMBERLAND, B.C  Campbells' : BAKERY.  A Fine Selection of CAXEB always  on hand.  FBE8H BREAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL OAKES promptly attended to.   .  DuBSiuir Avenue,  Cumberland.  .; SMOKE.-.  . _���������.  _r_i  r  n^oi  r'_&wl  WW          X  I ___.__!  E  ��������� ���������  ��������� w^  i$������Pi  y t  1 otel  "CUBAN* BLOSSOM"  "loi ou;Parle Franoals.'  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Stoddart,  Watchmaker   and   Jeweler,  Hells good* nt Kantern PriceR and  has a nice etook to select from.  EVERYTHING in SOLID GOLD  All purchafef engtatwd  ..,V)(pw������������f charge....v  ,  I>. STODDART,  DuNUMUitt Avb., Cumberland.  BEST OF WINES & LIQUORS.  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  I  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-OLAHS  CANDY, FRUITS.  CIGARSy <fc TOBACCOS.  Win ll. a iHf... I!,,'...  HARNESS  __���������_  Cse of wltd financial it.uMilB. 'Ww  \o men Sal *eeWy, to nwirien Vt w>  $18  1  HIDeS, SENECA.DEERSKINS.  :\;i"'������^������2is,.F0Rs-K.-- ;������������������������������������  weekly With Zvtxon..% Rdvnnc������d each  Mondav by checkdirtct from hendquan*  eri, Honeand bugty furniihed when  neceift������ry< position permanent.  AddraiBlew Uro*. & Co., Dept. A.  Motion Bldg., ChiuKO, III.  TO BIS DBAWN POR.  An Kittttiimn KouuK, -ila 3-1 filw.  Coat $25 in New York, in perfect  order; a tirsi-cliw instrument.  Ticket fl 25c. ench���������Apply thU bfllcw  Our Dairy Ch������p in an excellen  Milk producer, only $24 per ton,  Napier <t Partridge.  ������ ���������������..��������������� .....................  '      WILLIAMS BR08,  iLiverv Stabler  ;    TkAMaVKRfl AND DlUYMKN    ���������  i BiMhv. and DounkK men :  '. you Hihk, Am. Orukrh \  ; Phomptlv Attkndku to. :  1 Third St., Cumberland,B.C.   ��������� i   im ii ���������!  '   i         Ihfltt in Cumberland  BTAT at tbs,.,.,,,,,,  ^VENDOME  im.*mmm ��������������������������� i I.isi^������w*^������������*w^yw������iiwi������w������������������t>www������#www^"w'.  Uf    AU CONVKNIRNCn IOR OVBWS  Yitt Wkxx \t, Hori������i,i������ii wrrn  Best Liquors and Oigars  R. 8. R0BRST80N.  W  WILLARD Is prepsred to  '   fill any Orders for Flue er  fieery Usrassi, at short nottoe.  WILLARD BU^.    'Cumbertind.  .    y '���������   t% i * ^   *, *���������* i '    '  mmmmmmwmmmmmm\mmmam^  MaiM Cigar Factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  .   CIGARS  BEST  ON   ::   EARTH.  -JE-  Kaunfaetured by  PSTABLE ft 00., HAHAIMO, B.O.  C. H. TAK!i-^Ll.  ���������i  High Grade Stoves  and aU ILtohei. Requireraenti  SPORTSMENS GOODS  *GEN������RAL HARDWARE  ','        .A  j Qi) - j i)  MINfSflApOLK*  .-  -.t-o-jx.    nom rh  .   . MIIMNf- -SOT A  wMir>.  "*. M I Pf  lJS::ANtt-6El^c^5AN0-^:7^  roMC >���������-���������*?������������������  ^ .iry^myw.  7  ���������x.^';^  W  TEB CUMBERLAND NEWS  ���������   XaeuedRvery Tuesday.  . B.ANDBR80N,    -     ������������������-,..--      Mg������  The oolomiu oi T^Jt NbWs ate open t'o ail  who wish to eapreaa'therein views o matters of pnblie interest. -I ���������",  Whi|e We de not hold oarablves re nonsi-  ble' for the utterances of correspondents, we  eaervel.the right - ot - declining to insert  oaamanieationa uuneceaa_rily personal.  ���������  7FT^  *"flH  TV  WEDNESDAY," J ANY. 11, 1905.  Kspialt 4 Nanaimo Ry  8. s. "City of Nanaimo.  V.,      J"**  _���������!_  ���������W  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling.at  North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay and Crofton  when freight or passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for.  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m.,for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.N  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  ~'    Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 ������������>n., for Na"  naimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, calling at Crofton, Maple  Bay, Cowichan Bay and Nortjj Saanich whea freight'or passengers offer  'North Saanich when,tide and,weather  conditions- permit.  * ��������� ,   ____ *  VAJIOOtlTER-NANAIMO BOUTE.  ;   ...    ��������� 8.8.     "JOAN."  e >_* .  Sails'from Nnnaimb. 7 aim. daily except.  Sund.ivs.  Sails from Vancouver after arrival" of C.  tT-^=P;R^Tratn-iVTor-i^diiil?'Texe?pM>un-^j  't,       days, at i p.in.  TIME TABLE l EFFECTIVE  OOlOBEK-fith, 1904.  \   VICTORIA TO WELLINQTO-J,,  ff \  ;.Ko. 2-Da\ly, '    N������������. 4^-Smiday  P AM   .    v       , ' ' P.M.  . Ds. 9 00 ....Victoria De. 3.00  ������   ���������458........Coldstream   ..." 3 28  " 10.24..... ,..Koenig's, .. ;.. " 4.24  "11,00, .Bdnoaa's....:. '" 5.00  f.k. r������.  "12.86.. .Nanaimo.  " 0 4?  Ar 12.53,. ���������        W ��������� ���������: ngteu Ar. 0 5i  WVLlmlflW   l\   TO VIOTORIA.  No. 1���������\>a)\ N.������. 3-Hunday  UU'J' A.M,  De.  8.00.'; . Wellington....  Do. ft 0������  ������������������$,20 Nniiaiino  "   3,15  10,02.......iDu^u'a  "   5,00  ������������������ 1Q.42 >R<.������uigV "   6 30  "ll;i������.������*...,JCaWntrtiain  "   0.82  A. IjLHw..,.... Viotoria  Ar 7.00  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tic  kets en sale, good over rail and stean.et  lines, at two and one-half cents pe.x mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excur-  siions', and reduced ntesfojt parties tnay  be-arranged for. on application tp;' the  Traffic Manager.   .", "\f-  'v.;.  Tlie Company reserves the right5to  change without previous notice, steamers  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets op Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  than Monday,}-.'* #'-  ~~ '--**^'.  ,    .    Geo. L. CourwW,  Traffic Manager.  Cumberland  Hotel������������������k  GOR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET,  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland be sure  and stay at the Cumberland  Hotel, First-Class Accomodation for transient and permanent boarderB. ,  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  Run in Connection with Hotel  H_���������  Sale of Grown Granted Mineral Claims for Unpaid Taxes in the Comox  Assessment District Province1 pt British Columbia.  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the seventh day of November, a,d., 1904, at the hour of  Ten o'clock a.m., at the Court-house, Cumberland, I shall"offer for sale by Public Auction th# Mineral  Claims in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in paid list hereinafter set out, of which Crown Grants  have been issued, fur all unpaid taxes accrued, due and payable on the 30th day of June, 1904, or accrued, due and payable at any 30th day of June, subsequent to the date of the issue of the Crown Grants  and tor the expenses of advertising this notice.  If tbe taxes and expenses of advertisingr'as set out in said Hit, are not paid to  day of sale,-the olattn* may be sold to the highest bidder, nnd a conveyance executed to the purchaser  rown, by the Crown Grants thereof.  , , _ _ ,,..������������������ wuw.ed shall  not be sufficient to pay the  taxes and expenses of advertising, the land shall absolutely revert to the Province and the Crown Grants  ������!,_..__f  _U_11   l_.    J ������   ���������M *  me on or before the  of all right and irttttest in said claims legally alienated by the Crown, by the Crown Grants thereof.  In the event of there being no purchaser, or if the price offered shall  not be sufficient to pay I  taxes and expenses of advertUn     *'   thereof shall be deemed void.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  NAME OF PERSON.  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  HENRI'S HE!.,  3009 Westminster Road  Gold fields of BO  ��������� < .4  ** :,���������'.������������  Wilaoo,. Stabler * Bloomfiold  Do Book, Beoer k McKlimoa  Channe Mining Co .  Frederick Arm Mining Co  DESCRIPTION OF CLAIM.  Lot aot.  41  14  tl  4*  100,000 -Bulbs to arrive soon from  Holland, France and Japan.  Thousands of Fruit and  { i x  : Ornamental Trees..   ..  RHODODENDRONS? R08E&   GfcREN-  HOXJSB AND HARDt PLANTS  for Fall Planting,  nRon^Grov^~T^"d~Imp6Yfed^"G_rden7"  Field *nd Flower Seeds, always  in stodc in season.    ���������' ',,  -FERTILIZERS,-, ,     . ,,  liEE, HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  i *  C'reen house full. Plants, Cut Flowers  Floral Work. , . Catalogues free, or  call and examine sti-clc. -   ���������  McCallum O  Hoare, J U  FairtieW Exploration Syndicate  " ���������vVv* " ���������        . *���������  Im Fin* Mining Co  , ���������������������������       *���������'"  4< <4  "Saab, Martin  Whklen, Wm  D������ Book, Bauer & MoKinnon  Conlaou O, fHabeir C H, Hoare J H  B������u������r.,VV A  ������ 14      ������������������  44  44  ������������������  tt  t,  i*  <������  I*  Fairfield Eiplormtion 8yadl������ato  '  u  tt  tl  tt  tl  il  M. J. HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B.C  Morroct}i B^os,  DREAD, Cakes and Piop deliver-  ;      ed daily to any part of City.  Welle, Malcolm R  Radley ami Shaw ������������������ '_   'RadleyrWV; ���������       '  Radley and Shaw ,  Radley, W V  Radley and Shaw  44 44  41   :. '���������  44''  Fergneon, Robt'Cbai  44 41  44",, ,44  MoKbuon, Jno MoL  44     , 44  44 ���������  De Book, Gwo W  Uulleia, Jamee  Mather*, Adam and John  Mathera, AdMii A John k Manaon L  Mafhere. John  k   Adam,  and  McLaughlin, Wm Benry  Matheni  John  k Adam,   and  aughlin, Wut Henry  L������nghli_, Wui Heoijr  Bobby Bunt,  Hetly Oreeo  Daniel Webeter  Poodle Dog  Julie  WlttteFlne,  Bine Bella,  Gold Bag,  Da_hwood,  Shooay,  Ooloonda,  Dorotba Morton,  Eva,  Dongla* Pine,  Gold Raobaoge,  Ooue Fravtion,  Ohampion,  Commonwealth,  Jennie B,  Emprew,  Euid,  8tella, ,  Btuoher.  Wellington,  Waterloo Fraetion ������������������  Contaot Fraotion   "  Btaker, "  Comox Fraotion,    "  Percy, ���������������  Dorothy Morton (r'o'n, SOO,  Chimnrfng,  . "    119,  Douglaa,       :,       "    StO,  Maggie May,   .     ������������������    MB,  Blaok Prinee.      -"    S18,  Harboar "    333,  44  44  ���������4  44  44  44  4.  ��������� 4  41  44  ������4  44  ������4  ���������t  44  II  44  tt  it  tl  II  *.  ' 41  802,  __������������  ?_?���������  %  240.  948,  Ml,  9U,  SSI,  2M.  271,  973,'  274  277,  S8.  9,  960,  281.  988,  288,  290,  126,  ������l.  ������7,  Valdei Island  ��������������� 44  II 14  Ohaane klaod  PblUipeArm  Thurlow leland  Fredertok Arm  II 44  ii ii  Fhfllipe Arm  B.l^o BmIo  Phillipa Arm  ������������������    . it  Thnrlow laland  ������������ ii  ���������'��������������� ii  Fanny Bay  ii  PhilUpa Arm  Unpaid  leave  1  59  ������<  ������i  ii  ii  ii ,  14  ������������  Frederick Arm  44 41  ���������I .11  II I*  Phillipa Arm  14  ��������� I  ��������� I  II  II  14)  Harbour Fraotion,  Volunteer,  Protection, -  Adam,  Sunaet,.  Molly Olbioo,  Wa, -  Annie Laurie,  Rivaraide, ':*''"  Theodoaia,  SJlverKing, '  BUteJaoket,     ���������  Copper Chief,  Copper King,  Nimkiah,  Klaanoh,  Magnet,  LitltU,  Vuloan,  Tl"  ii'  ii .  ii  i.  ii  ���������i  ���������i ���������  ii  ii  ii  14  Wl  .1  II  ���������I  ���������I  II  II  tt  fi  II  II  II  Phillipa Arm  ���������i      ������������������  Mearine Bay  ������5,  856,  857,  358,  359,  J84.  m,  887,       ���������������"     ������������������   ���������  183^ Malaapina inlet  1812,'A      **      -..iv,  1834? 9  mt���������  127,  128,  1������,  44  ll  II  14  Rupert  41  wo,  II  II  II  n oo  9 00  725  13 00  48 75  82 25  18 00  10 25  U 25  800  '26 00  12 10  10 50  40 00  18 75  1 25  6 75  5 25  53 75  11 25  58 75  32 50  ������50  61 25  47 60'  1 25  10 26  6 00   ,  It 50  600  13 00  1.35  12 50  21 50'   6J5_l  2 50  12 25  13 00  12 75  12 00  12 50  34 50  39 00  ,34 50 ���������'.  ��������� "   44:������P*  ".> ������^ 00: :���������.'-  40 00  46 00  11 50  12 50  8 25  10 60  9 75  900  POTAL  TOLL 8T00K OF .   Groceries  ���������>���������*".  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 ob  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  . 2oo  2 oo  2 oo  2oo  2 oo  =2=oo^_:  2 oo  2 oo  2oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo .  . 2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  2 oo  13 00  11 00  9 85  15 00  60 75  -, <M -6  " 16.00  If'19 ^  13 25  10 00  28 00  14 50  12 W  42 00  20 79  8 25  175  '  7 25  05 75  19 26  , 60 76  84 50  64 59  66 20  49 60  8 28  12 28  7 00  14 50  . 600  , 16 00  I4 86  U 50  28 60  ^=4=7������~  450  14 26  16 00  14 75  14 00  14 50  85 60  41 00  36 60  46 00  4/00  42 00  48 00  13 50  14 50  10 95  12 50  11 75  11 00  Date,! at Oamberland Tth Octobar, 190*.  JOBW BA1BD, Assessor,  Oonox AwM-sment Dlatoict,,  Cumberland Post Oflloe.  UNION BREWING Co  NANAIMO,   B.O.  The yearly return of the Book Beer season is  of interest to tbe  brewer ah well as tho publio, and the  WIU again Miow that apeoial oare haa bnen taken in the umnufaaturo of tlio iup������rlor  artlwW.   The Union B������a������J<* Co/i Bock haa beta brtweed for a aambar of muotbs  and iterod la their (mmm oallsra until it hia reached the proper age, aod U now  ON NIAUOHT AT ALL H0T1U.  ��������� POINTERS  9| IN WCO������RO ttt TMC  NOR'-WEST FARMER  rwoiontt mm xna *tn am. ������������������������ at .*������* m.mtn  PoiaterNo.  PotntarNo.  Pointer No.  ������.  TRADI NIARKlu  DtSIOKO,  eopyaioHis ao.  io d  Anfona tmxiibsaa nfceteli and *eaar\_ ion m%t  ^ffM^.MoarUl^ffue.wiiatbarwnqVtiiitkiiiai  ^   __ __Pft*J)J*w* comMunioMimw  (('"fAidil*. Ojjeaf ������������encyjfpriji)eoilni.'  " Patenta'Uken tbrbuan" Munn  ���������fiwIainoUeeintbe  ��������� -_���������*"������*<  on istftee.  teearte  8CIENT1FI0 AMERICAN,  r������  t-lt ia a pertly w������ate<ii CvnadWu Agrlniltuml tuper fer Weattrn "  Catiadlah Puracr* and Ktvckiuni. t  |-lt li ietK������. * ll prlittul, \**n iillttd, w������ll IllMtratad, rallalil*. ���������  we*xtaaixa aud ffariCM, ta  8-n������ tvru.a am rtrletjy crniH In n'tvnnce, and th^ *yi**.x 1* prmt***ily w  Politer No. 4-llie Nor.wtut yarmari. to. utny egrioiUHikl peput prlattn tn  CAiMda w'rtof.Uke.Miiwrlur.  ^     ....      . .      ��������� ^  PoUHav No. 8-lt Haa mora mM in advance iMhacrit������r������ In Manitoba and llie H.V T.  "      '* other f������Tm.vai>������racomWiir"  i,  ���������       than all othfrTMfra jwp*ra'c6mbiuv>i  He. #-lt������ ajir"f������iilon������ aud information aie worth many dollara to aacii  PttMar Wo. T-Morally it la abort rapmoch.  From Now to December SI, 190% for $1.00  ^^X^&'5^w   inl,B NOB'-WEST rASMES, UistU  '"_   .        ...   ^. ������������������ ���������>.<-,iwiai_.wmi-iPMB.mam.  ���������  t  I  I.l  I  '^m.^mXmjlmjM  iVlflwo        JMetote Mhetauoe  ������        aa^,#i"������^ Aiyfamama.ai'iitxtt,  VimMtnv  , ',tMtXmfaax\  ������.l������l4Ml������t<UJ,.tif*<H Ax Uj������fc������_  , m^.\,fmvt tm\iMt*ttiti***^Oi.yrimiV*  ai^ifir  4TCVLW4  FIKE.AK.M8  ������������������'* trnX omi-miWm,  . ���������   ��������� it't^Kk VmtXm  V,    L   -'. \li.l*  .,* n h ������ _i;������Mr*  .    * ivm em mm-  I J. STtVMIt AftM������������������ TOOL  Chieemoo Pjf I  __-__---������-^  - .*..t������ ;������ndia������*Meial  1%, Mae*.,!/.fl.A. ���������  u _tr  ���������������������^^#^^^*J^*W>���������>J^llj(if;,^^>k'*^.':  -,-M.-!,*^.-,.,.    -' -   -.*-������������������ ^,j/l>-'������"V-t.-^l>-*--'  t.    ..." ;_>***<s������~  ^ ��������� -  Yet even at this time It was no easier  for me to believe that the girl waa  Sibyl than to accept the conclusion that  my father's ward sat beforo me there  on the grass. Tbe girl, to me, remained distinct from both of them; her r.al  personality hovered just beyond my  mental grasp. If she were Sibyl, then  some strange transformation had taken  place; some image had effaced my confused recollection of the child, substituting itself instead and in such form  that I could not recognize tho two as  different views* of the same individual-'  Returning;' to the consideration ot  Trask, I asked myself why he had al-  ways shown such feeling, for the girl,  why he had sent the liliesjto her?  "I give him up," said I suddenly,  speaking aloud, to my own surprise  ancl confusion.  "Give whom up?" demanded.Trask.  "There was some kind of a biting  bug flying around," said I weakly,  "and I had been trying to catch him."  This explanation was received witfc  credence, yet I felt the need of diverting attention.  ."Trask," said I, "we've fallen Into a  great fit of the blues for no especial  reason that I can see, and you're the,  worst of the three. Tell me: candidly  what seems to you to.be the matter  with this world.; I 'speak of general  principles, of course, and not of your  privato affairs."  "The trouble with life," said he,  frowning, "is that a man Is asked to  fight battles after they are done, to  wave bis sword upon lost fields and  beg the dead of yesterday to. arise and  follow him."  "That sounds to me like some form  "offataliBm","said"I: = -~r���������  "It ls a general kick," growled Trask.  "I am not ambitious to give it a philosophical title. Destiny has too much  the start of a man; He arrives  afciong prearranged conditions and  looks around, and, loi Uo must cros������5a  lake ln a boat from which his greatgrandfather knocked out the bottom,  and the oars havo been made wrong  by some one whom be never saw or  heard of."  "Don't you care, If he's all right himself," said a voice.   "He'll get across."  I beheld Lucy Ann, who came softly  around the big bush in the shade of  : which Trask was sitting,     j  Trask's countonanco brightened re-  markably aa ho sprang to his feet  "I thought you couldn't come," said  he. "Your aunt was very dlscourag-  ing."  "Well, hero I nm," said Lucy Ann  cheerfully.  "jsitft this lovoly?"  She sat down beside Miss Jones upon  thp farther side frora.TrAflt and .fanned  borsolf contentedly with a battered  palm leaf. Hor Quaker suit had beon  freshly Ironed and looked quite spick  and span. * ��������� .'---'ty ,i*4 ,..,-,<���������������  .."Dearly beloved,"vsald she, breaking,  a silence that had fallen"upon _u,���������"W  aro mot together hereupon this solom'n  occasion to rdllup^ho! bright sun in  the bluo Hky, tlo it with a string and  bury it In tho cold, cold ground.. What'  ls tho mnttor wltb you folks?"  "Wo wero rearranging tho unlvorso,"  said r, "and not doing It well."  "It's queer," said sho, "that the mnn  who ls least at to do It Is always tho  ono that wants to, I should' think a  despondent follow would know that ho  oughtn't to try. If you'll tako your  pencil nnd go to work, Mn TrasU, you  won't feel that wny. Tho ronson why  tho world was mado In six da>_~_uch a  terrible lot to do'lnso short a tltne-wns  so thnt It might bo a cheerful plnco to  live In, being the product of bnrd work.  Thnt shocks your orthodoxy, doesn'A,  It?" sho added, taking Mlis Jones'  hnnd with a quick, childish njovement.  ".Thore's nothing so.shocking ns your  own creed stated by a" hlretlc. You  must know that res an Agnostic, Mr.  Terry. I'vo rend ono book nbout ii til  U>WM������Afc &)<>���������!__;,FSUtd kill mo/'.  ' "Ton sit itm," said Traik. taking up  his pencil, "Just as you aro. Don't  movo or breathe for 10 minutes, and  I'll bavo you this tim������."  . The little Quakoress frose to a statue  while Trask worked away as if for his  life. Ho had ililftod bis position so  that be faced tbo two girls. Lucy Ann  was looking away from him, but It  scorned to mo that Miss. Jones was  studying bim closely every moment  and not for tbo sake of art  Somehow sbe seemed to me tben a  higher type of woman. There was an  enruestnuss In h������r fact* that I bad not  seen before, and It became ber. Beyond question sbo was Uio moat beautiful creature that I had ever beheld,  end tbe Idee that Trask could pay bis  court to her for any other cause that  her own obvious attractions fell away  from my mind.  HVU1U     UtSfc"_  ������A_Jit     UDC14     IV     UV     \UUUgllft  of In her presence.  Trask finished his sketch with enthusiasm, and Miss Jones and I were  permitted to see it as he was adding  the "last strokes. It was a remarkable  study, very pleasing'to the eye, but not  a portrait. Miss Jones viewed it and  expressed her appreciation in technical  terms. And last of ail it was exhibited to Lucy Ann, who seemed to be;  startled by this delicious flattery. She.  glanced quickly at Trask and-'her  cheeks flushed ::!->.  "It'doesn't look like me," she said.  "I wish it did." -*:��������� ^ -^ '--������������������    \      ���������  .Trask took the sheet into his hands1  and slowly .tore it into strips while  Lucy Anu'lgazed up at him in a way  which, I grieve .to say, reminded me  cliglitly of a hungry little dog watching  his masteri,eat up the last scrap of the  dinner,    ,'���������/���������: ',.;,.:>  "The thing was a total failure," he  said. "I dbn't know why. It Ecemed  all right while I was doing It Did you  want it, Lucy Ann?"]'.''J:"*������������������'���������'; '., '  i   He ^iad gltinced down into her eyes. .  "Yes," said she simply, and,my iia_d  itched; for a grip of the fellow's collar.  "How many have you already?" he  asked, with a laugh.  "A few." said Lucy Ann.  ' "I'll make you a better one," said he,  "better than any of. them, a really good  one.   You���������just���������wait."v.      "!"   ,  ,He spoke .the, last words slowly and  shook his finger at her.    .    ���������. t,  "I- don't want one that looks like me,"  said she.   "I want one Just, like that,"  She pointed downward, at the white  fragments on the grass. So it pleased  the little girl "to be idealized by this  particular artist^ ]_ _^ L  Then and there "I made.tjiTmy^l_<r  to speak privately to Trask and tell  him gently to get out  CHAPTER,XI.   , ;  TIIE* RIDDLE OF THE 6ON0V  N' a lonesome Swiss village I  met a crippled'yo^th;'the son  , of, an Alpine',guide, 'aud he  could s'"g Remarkably woll.  His repertory was not large, ��������� but it indicated good taste and an unhappy  clisposition.both of which are supposed  to bo necessary elements of the artistic  temperament.     ,  -  One day I heard the singer exercising  his voice upon something exceptionally  weird, minor and melancholy, and  .-when I asked him what it was ho replied that ho had dreamed it tho previous night. It was musically Incomplete, and ho had supplied only ono  line of words, which may bo-traiisjatod^.  thus: "The path wns straight''and  neither long nor steep." All tho rest  'wnp^ia-liCtis h. aiirig 'It. -" ": ���������''"-���������'���������"  At.my request ho spoke tho single  line, so Wmt I might catch It exactly.  '<Tho path was a ray of light from -.,  lior window," ho' aildod Ui. explanation,;;  '"Tho woipan Jib loved, you under-i!  Btand."     ''   ' ''    ;   *"   '   ''  "W'cllV' said I lny an cnoourogli)^  fashion.' ������������������''.'  "���������"i'li'flt'pnth," ho contliitoofl,"Wrts supported upon llttlo suow wreaths"���������and  ho waved his hand with a gentle, undulating motion, as if Indicating tho uu-  HiiiiHiniitiitl arches of the ' drifting  storm. "It led straight .to lior"-������nncl  hero he paused and looked up Into niy  myself from purely altruistic motives.  I had devoted myself to Miss Jones,  taking her away from Trask whenever  I could���������and, singularly enough; that'  didjnot seem to be very, difficult., Such  small artificesi"���������sf t?am "master! of frequently sufilced, to .divide the sketching  party under the north tree into two  groups, thus giving me an opportunity  tOiitalk ;with but ,ojie listener-sometimes without jany' at all, I dare say,  iookinsL back upon it nbwi  ��������� *siy "amiable intention was to give  Trask a chance.to learn the truth of his  own heart. I had changed my; mind  about' telling him to go away, and had  decided that he.was really ini love with  Miss Withficsaobn* and didn't know it.  That ishe^oled'.hlm was! beyond Question", and.lt' _6emed no more than fair  that she should'be "seen for herself ana  not hidden in the light of another, girl's  beauty.  I have mentioned the report that Miss  Jones was an heiress, a rumor which,  in the singular conditions prevailing, I  was not able to'verify." "She certainly  had the way of one accustomed to  everything that money can buy. But  I never really charged Trask with irier-  cpnary motives. I believed that he was  dazzled, that he was un<ler.<]the spell of  a physical .allurement, which, I am willing to confess, was strong enough some-.  times to��������������������������� make me- tremble. ,1-For the  girl was beautiful beyond belief, and  that's the truth about it  The experienced'reader will say at  once that I was,doing the worst thing  possible, and to this opinion I can add  that nothing else need be expected of  me. , In matters ;of, romance I am tlie  complete and perfect blunderhead. Poor  Uttla Lacy Ann! That I should wish  ������C'i* well ������__ ptot in her behalf was  enough of itself alone to lose the game.  This had been going on fouthe best  part of a week, as I have said, arid I was  beginning to wonder in odd moments;  whether it was my heart or task's  that was the subject of the experiment,  when fate removed the bandage from  my eyes for a small part of a 6econdi  We were walking in the edge of the  north grove���������we four���������and this time It  was Lucy Ann's 'ispclety with^whlch I  was favored. I am of the opinion that  Trask and Miss, Jones, ��������� who were  ahead, thought that we bad stopped'to  pick some rosea We hadn't, and the  result was that we came-upon tbem  unexpectedly as they etood under' a  gnarle_-tree ��������� witli-a-great^black-t-unk-  that looked as broad as a barn door. I  can see them now outlined against  that singular background, the girl  aglow, self luminous with, her beauty;  Trask in white flannels and looking  remarkably, handsome. He had probably picked up her handkerchief and  in returning lt bad raised ber hand to  his lips. Then she had added another  hand, clasping his, and had met his  eyes, as bef looked up. ^Tho'.plcture was  a perfect', revelation-1:very sweet !yet  sad,, as lf tho two had been parting  forever.     ,    ���������   J' ','������'. "���������... -Jf  It wasrnll In, a flash, and they were  in conventional attitudes again, turning to igreet us and startled, by khe  snnpplng of a twig under" my foot  Lucy Ann was a vory littlo behind ;me,,  I shot a quick glanco at her, and she  seemed not to hnvo aeon. , Surely if^she,  had sho was a thoroughbred. I gave  no ;hlnt,to: her, nor sho to me, unless  perhaps thero was less color in;her  as a sort of sounding board, but tne j  ascending column of air due to the fire i  When the little folks take' cold.J  and coughs, don't neglect them  and let them strain the tender  membranes of their lungs. ' *.- .  Give them  Sfoiloh's _  Consumption  f_U.W������  The Lung "?fc  VWC Tonic   ���������*���������>*?  It will curo them quietly and  strengthen their lungs.  It is pleasant to take,  Prices, 21c., SOc. and $1.00. SOS  ,*  Tho jury in tho case of Constable'  Tisdale, Woodstock, Ont., charged  with unlawfully shooting WiLliaiii,  Schwartz, brought ' In a'vordlcU of-  not guilty, but added recoiniiicndiv-  tion that Tisdale bo more careful in  the use ol" firearms.  In tho evening of this day occurred  tho incident of the lake. Tbe flro was  burning upon tho rocks for the third  tlmp. Once slnco tho first interchange  of songs I bad fpund tho beacon nflnmo  ahti hnd thrilled to jthnt wonderful  voice nsaln, responding humbly fvlth  myiflfwn for want of a better. I tulnk  tho exporlenco hnd.holpcd to preservo  mo(fro_J Wies Jones', , Upon this Ijhlrd  occasion it wns consolation and a  cheering vlow of llfo that I required',*'  for I was,b<;nrlng(.son3o of Lucy Ann'f  burden, nnd"l't wiis enough to sink tlie1  boat. Why did mf fother pass to mo  this spark of sympnthy ns tho Greek  fnco���������"ovcr a chasm as deep as tbo'1 rncers hutulod 6n tho torch?   Ho; car-  .world."  Uo drew his. hand Bhhndy ncross In  front of htm, as If his fliiguiss hnd been  tlio bludo of nmngtc knife to enrvo tlie  InipHKKiiblo rift of his droam to the  very.Jbo^t.qf (lip (jlolie.  iIph tt Easily, and It lights bis way; but  It'mVroly'liuM i������y fingers.  " Whon I drew aoiily up along tho  path of tho flro, tho girl was standing  bosldo It, nnd sho eoomed to be por*  forming some sort of incantation.   It  "The niun saw the wny, buf 'tfoiflfl'">, may bts,' however, thrtt'she was ouly  .not Bo^hastcucHUm^  an artist always Is ut such a numnmt, turned nwny, nn<I suadenlrsne dlsnt>������  tliat his pearls might huvo boon cast ponrcd into tbo invlslblo simco boyond  boforb swine. .-....,,���������. ,;. J-     . J��������� ;,v ^^iaiiliijse.,: fa,: ^ ,:,>..-,.;.,..   ���������;;  Suolnu'.that I had not failed to com- j i^sang aiUtlo song of aepumannls-  prtiliend, ho settled bnck upon bis bench because It/was short, ami tho girl, aftor  nnd glanced downward with n shiver j tt pause ldng oriougii t6 'txtsiw ray op  al his helpless and distorted legs.  A month or moro afterward In Berlin  I put this nlr Into a form, that made a  song ot it, tnoutfU lue uuibiitu wumi>vi.J-, nugUt huvo eomo icivituvv U u*  tlou was **dly lutatlor tlo lhe frag-" niigititd tulco ot Roxvcrv, bui thii) Iflr  mont I was fully aware of this, but  I had to do It. There was no other  way to get the thing out of my head.  Also I wroto somo verses which sounded like those iiiiuiluir h-ugimu Uuu*-  lotions of classical German songs made  by a person Ignorant ot both languages  and of thc art of poetry. Yet a patient  and discerning listener might gathbr  from my lines the gist of tbo poor  joung Swltm'e notion.  This little story Is necessary to the  telling uf a ku-uuku thing that happened on Mrs. Witherspoon's lake. It  may hare twn foer or nre days later  than the Incidents described In the lest  and meanwhile t bad teea  chapter.  The thing sfnplfl making a mo:; egregious donkey of  an.  paus  proheuslon, responded with "The Ulyor  and tho Rose." ' I thought the lino,  'What hast thon done with thc rosor  on  did not come to mo till tho song wat  tone. Whllo she sang It was impossible to thlfak of anything. It was a  matter of. puro emotion. However,  since questions ������uro in oniti, I *l'ol my  poor best with "Who Is Sylvlaf  I was In hopes tbat her reply would  throw some light upon the'question,  Wbo.le tho girl Itt the orchaM? Bui  for some minutes I was rowarded only  by chords of the guitar, untranslatable,  not meant ti be understood.  Tben tho girl began' to sing ores  more softly than usual, as If to herself.  I hare never been able te understand  the acoustic properties of that spot  The Utile cliff tnirtr wetl tote act*  The picture was a perfect revelation.  should have neut ilizeJ the effect J  to a certain degree muffled the tone to  my ear. Yet. there was a spot upon  the water -where I could get a most  remarkable illusion of .'nearness: The  singer would seem to be beside mo,  and more than once I felt that strange  chill of the supernatural and looked  almost fearfully into the shadows tliat  w*ere cleft by the path of light., .This  time the miracle was twofold, for not  only was the voico incredibly 'hear,1but  the girl was singing my Swiss song,  Which she couldn't possibly know.  She sang only a part of it, and I  wuld not make out whether .she was  using my words or indeed any words  at all.' BUt it was my sorig for a certainty^' The incident belonged in dreamland, where the melody itself was born!,  I had surtfe it very little abrbad,'probably not more than half a dozen times,  except when alone. The manuscript  was hailed up iu'a box, with various  documents, papers and books containing, records of laboratory work which  I had shipped froin Germany. I had  seen that box unopened in our house  since my return.  In New York I bad not sung except  In my room at the hotel .when my  father was there, and once afterward  to Cushing. If I had favored either of  them with ^that. particular composition,  beyond iTdbubt I>Bhould~bave toldThT  story of it and I could not; remember  to have, done so..SIn fact, I would  have staked my head that the song had  never been, heard in this country until  the girl gave voice to It there upon the  rocks behind her veil of flame,  y  It seemed that she did not know it  all, for''she broke off in tho middle of  a phrase and went bock to the beginning. Th'iSf-'must be by way of suggestion to hie, and so I sang the  strange little song, being; Inspired to a  fairly creditable performance by the  fitness of the theme. When I had finished, there enme a fnint sound across  the water like tho clapping of hands.  Then the .fire was scattered suddonly,  nlmo3t as if there had been an explosion iu the midst Of It, nnd I saw for a  moment a dark figure, whether of man  or woman-I, oould not.tell, but It  seemed not to bo hers. Darkness and,  sllenco followodf ��������� Tho moon that hud  shono ln tho curlier part of tiie evening  was1 now obscured by a heavy cloud,  though most of the sky was clenr.  I was at a loss to explain thb cessation of tho music nnd. tho sudden extinguishing of tlio lire. It could not  bo duo to any transgression of mine.  I would hnvo wished to prolong tho  scene until inldnlght, for nil thoso Influences thut uriso no mnn know*  whenco arid work upon hitherto unknown !jpossibilities of the"obnl'wore  strong jwlth me. I Would not know  how to givo the feeling a name. A  fnnn cannot lovo -ft volco nor tflvo his  iljqnrt t^ ii woman who Is to hlra oiilyn  gown neon nt n. dlstnnco aiid n gesture,  ot tho hnnd. Indeed, in my enso thero  wns up ccrtnlnty tbnt-tho yoleo,*' the  gown and the band belonged to tbo  samo wom.m Bho who *ung upon tlio  rocks in tho evenings might not W*n  who sketched In tho shadow of the bf|  -umbrella by day. PorUapf'It' makes  no diftcronco whnt I' felt, nor for  ;Wbom.' Tbo point ls that' f felt it. My  eyes wero flxod upon tho faint glow of  tho embers Iu tho voln hopo'that, tlie  gbddoss of tho plnco. might rokludlo  tbo flame upon, tho sneped tripod. .  A llttlo whispering b'roese, cold as a  dead hand, touched my faco. It camo  from tho shoro, and Immediately tho  boat's l������w began to swing outward, I  took up tho oar to keep her head up,  but h<������TV>rn T oould dip It I was looking  straight out Into tho lake. And tbon  tho moon touched the edgo ot a cloud,  and I perceived a gray shadow which  I know to be a boat, Boyond a doubt  tbe girl hnd aeon It and bad resented  nn Intmnlon.  Bhe was the queon of that land, and  I was ber navy. The fellow In the  other boat was worse than an enoniy-  be was a pirate. I put my paddle Into  tho wntor with great force. Tbo pirate  bent to his oars wltb baste, but beforo  bo could swing around and gather  headway I was almoet alongside. Tbe  moon brifbtoood, and I recognised  Bcovfl.  _������  BO  Whero Doctors do agree-Phy-  ilcians no longer consider it catorltiR to  "quackery" in recommending in prewtic*  so meritorious a remedy for Indigestion,*:  Dyspepsiji and Nervousness %.b South  American Nervine. Th^y realize that it  is a step in advance in medical sclenc*  and a sure and permanent curs (or diseases of tht stomach.   It wiil cure you.���������60  ���������*n-xtg3F--; " ~  ���������  Why is a ship never alone?���������Because  here is always e companion.  ^iiiliiiiLLS;  Km m eetraiaBkl  m  THK (iHEAX KNGL1SH KEMEDV.  TESTIMONrAL from the ia'te SlB SAU-  TJEL BAKER, the famous, Mile Explorer;  "Newton Abbot,, Devon. Dear Sir���������������I  have delayed my thankt as I wi������h*4 to  test the effect of Blair's Pills by a aufli-  cient interval of time.  , x .  "For ten years I had suffered acutely  from Gout and life had lost iti attraction ovinor to the uncertainty of health  and sudden visitation*: of the enemy  which prostrated me for months, or weeks  according to the rltulence of the attacks,  "Blair's Pilli hate rendered me Immense  service, as I no loB^er fear an attack  of Gout. "  "For   the   last twenty   months I have  been comparatively  free,  as one or two  attempted visitations have been (mmed--  lately stamped oat by the assiiUdoo ,bol  Blair's Pills.  "Truly yours (Signed) .Sami. W. Baker.  Lyman Sons i Co., Montreal and Tofr  onto; Tbe Bole Drug Co., Winnipeg-; awl  Martin, Bale 4 Wynne Co,. Winnipeg.  I  '(  H.B.K.  BRAND'" ������������������_'  Made big enough for a big  man to work in with comfort.  Has more material in it than  any other ferand' of shirt in  Canada. Made on the  H.B.K. scale it requires jg%  ��������� '-<n i ^WVMHMM  tp 42 yafds per down, whereas  mmemmmeaaaeimmmmmmmaaammamaaamaammmmalm ^':'���������"v*���������,-'��������� .-^  common shirts, have only 32  That's the reason why the  H.fcK, "Big'n'->-bhhj never  chafea the armpits, ii never  iight If the Jieck or? wrlit-  bands,*l8 always ldo^e, full  and comfortable! and wears  well. ���������������������������.,. .;[   t,r  Each shirt bears a tltly bobk  that telli .the ^ole Jhiatory  of thet.:**Big* Shirt, and  also contains a' notarial  declaration that the'H.B.K.  "Big" Shirt contain* 3$#  Utf 42 yards of material ger  dozen,  Sold at all dealers jutpnly  with this brand:���������  ��������� In AmJa m a \ ���������  itiift'ill  HUDSON BAY INiTTlNaca  *" -������ "JL  J   1  I t  TIE CUMBERLAND NEWS  ���������^���������M-l���������l   III IIIII.   I     1 -������������������~���������������������  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  a_PW^M^^ia^aM������waBwwMaBaiaa>_aa_p__pMMSM  <.  $600,000 SHIP ABANDONED BY  CHEW.  A Philadelphia despatch says that  much excitement was caused in shipping circles Monday by a report received at the Maritime Exchange,  that tho British steamship Kelvin,  bound from New York for Buenos  Ayrcs and Montevideo, was passed  at sea 300 miles east of Cape 1-1 attorns, abandoned by her crew. The  Kelvin with her cargo is valued at  nearly ������600,000. and is one of the  most valuable' prizes left adrift in recent years. Her cargo, whicli is mado  up of agricultural implements, machinery, hardware and .merchandise,  is alone*- valued at $400,000. As this  prize lies but a short distance, off  shoro and directly in the track of  vessels making their way to the  United States from South American  and West Indian ports, it is the  opinion that, she will be picked up  by some lucky shipmaster ana toived  into a harbor on the southern coast  of Iho United States. >To particulars  concerning the derelict craft other  than the fact that slio was passed  abandoned and with a heavy list to  starboard by the British steamship  Hubert, at Barbados from New  York, could bo learned. Capt. Good  cabled that the Kelvin was sighted  on October 7 in latitude y_, longitude 70. Owing to a heavy sea running at the time it was impossible to  board thc ship. The Kelvin left New  York October 3, under command of  Captain McLennan. She ls a, new  craft, having been, launched in Glasgow last February. The vessel registers 2.2G6 tons net and is 852 feet  in length. 4(> feot in breadth of  beam and 24.3 feet in depth of hold.  No man has learned an3'thing rightly until he knows that every day is  Doomsday.  "Did you have to  when he > proposed?''  did!"  help/him out  "No.     papa  Very many persons die usually from  cholera and kindred summer complaints,  who might have" been saved if proper  remedies had been used, lf ut tacked do  not delay in netting a bottle of Dr. J.  1). Kellofffr's Dysentery Cordial, the  medicine ttiat never fails ' to effect a  cure. Those who have used it say it.  acts promptly, and thoroughly subdues  the pain and  disease. * n  God offers to every mind its choice,  between truth and repose. You can  never have both.  C. V. ItlCHAItDS & CO.  'Dear Sirs,���������I was for seven years  a sufferer from Bronchial trouble,  and would be so hoarse at times  that 1 could scarcely speak above a  whisper. I got no relief from anything till T tried vour M1NAK1VS  HONEY BALSAM. Two bottles gave  relief and six bottles made a complete cure. 1 would heartily recommend it to any one suffering- from  throat or lung trouble.  .1. F. VANTBUSKIRK.  Eredericton.  "Tom is thinking of getting married.'" "I had no idea he was so  deeply in debt as all that."  One of the most remarkable timepieces in the world is a clock-fan  manufactured by a Swiss jeweler. The  ciock consists of six leaves . hinged  like an ordinary fan.' The number of  the hour is marked l'roni one to  twelve at the end of each of these  leaves.  POPE TO SHUT   THE VATICAN'S  BIliD HOUSES.  The cardinals are becoming more  and more dissatisfied with the way  the Pope tried, to, cut down expenses,  says a cablegram irom Konio. Not  only has he deprived thom of a large  part of their income, but he is do-^  ing away with all superfluous expenses in. his own household,  and says that he intends to keep in  his service only c ������uch 'servants who  are absolutely ��������� necessary, and the  cardinals deem Sus a mistake, as the  Italian peoplo are very fond of display and are apt to lose their respect for a Popo who is tpo plain  and simple in his ways. One of the  Pope's latest acts was the discharge  of the mounted escort of six men  which used to accompany him in his  walks through the Vatican grounds,  declaring that not orily were the services qf'these men superfluous, but  tliat their presence made him feel ill  at ease. Now he has turned his attention to the bird houses built .in  the Vatican grounds under the personal supervision of the late Leo  X1TL, and which are among the largest in the >vorld and contain a number of rare birds received from all  parts of the world. Popo Leo was  very much interested in these avaries  and often visited them," but his successor regards' their maintenance as  extravagance, and the birds will now  be killed, stuffed and _ distributed  among the various educational institutions m Home.  "Johnny, have you given the gold- } "He always was a bad egg. but no-  fish water?" "No, mother. What's tho body seemed to notice it while lui  use; they haven't drunk up what was rich." "Yes, he was all right uu-  they've got yet.'' til he was .broko.."..  "Is life really worth living?" asked  tho solemn man. "Yours evidently  isn't," replied the philosophical person," otherwise you would never  have asked such a foolish question."  Or. Agnow's Catarrhal Pow  ClOr. -Rov. \v. ii. Mai,Vr pastor 0f tho  llaptist _manucl Church, BulTalo, gives  atrmiK testimony for , and is a. firm believer in Ur. Agnew's Catarrhal Powdnr.  lio hu������ tri������d many kinds of remedies  without avail. "After using Dr. Agnew's  Catarrhal Powder 1 was benefited at once,"  arc his  words.    It  is  a  wonderful  reme-  You cannot be happy whVe vou hove  corns. Then do not delay in getting a  bottle of Holloway's Corn Cure. It re^  moves all kinds of corns without, pnin.  Failure with it is unknown.  horseback?"     "Yes.  Kidney  Experiment -There's no  time for .experimenting when you've discovered that you are a victim of some  one form or another of kidney disease.  Lay hold of the treatment that thousands ha-'e pinned.., their faith . to and  has cured quickly and permanently.  South American Kidney, Cure stands preeminent, in the world of medicine, as th������  kidney sufferer's truest .friend.���������62  KIDNEY DISEASE  BAD CIRCULATION  A   License    Commissioner,   Who   Suffered  Dreadfully from these Ailment-/ Entirely Cured by  Dr. Chase's Kidney*Liver Pills.  Bad circulation of the blood, the  usual cause of the extremely painful  and dangerous diseases, arises. from  defective action of the kidneys.  The blood cannot possibly be pure,  a!nd in a fit condition to nourish thc  body when the kidneys are diseased  and fail to filter: from it the poisonous waste matter.  J?r. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, by  their direct and healthful action on  the kidrife-ys, not only overcome diseases of the'kidneys, but by doing so  ensure a purifying of the blood.  Mr. William B. Best, License Commissioner for the County of Haldi-  mand, and who lives in Cayuga, Ont.,  writes: "I have been troubled with  cramps in my legs. I would awake  from sleep in keen distress. The pain  would seize me at the ankle and work  up the leg almost to the body,  i "Believeing this trouble to arise  from kidney derangements and bad  circulation of the blood, I bought  some of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills at W. J, Quinsey's drug storo  and began using them. They benefitted me from the very first, and by  continuing their use I. have been completely cured. I would recommend  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills to any  suffering as I. did. I was so bad  that I, would have to'.jump out of  bed two' or three times during the  night." .-���������;  '���������'  j Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose,, 25 cents a box, at all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Company, Toronto. ��������� To protect you  against imitations, the portrait and  signatureof JQr, A. W. Chase, the famous.^receipt   book    author, are   oa  [every box.  "Is my husband's case serious, dpc-,  tor?" "It is very grave, madam. 1  have left an opiate." "How o.'ton  shall I give it to him?" . "He needs  absolute rest and quiet. Don't  it to him; take it yourself}"  give  "Do  you  ride  On and off." .  GOOD DIGESTION SHOULD WAIT J  ON APPETITE.���������To have the stomach1  well is to have the nervous system-well.  Very delicate are the digestive organs.  In some so sensitive are they that atmospheric chances allect thein. When they  become disarranged no better regulator  i.s procurable than Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills. They will assist the digestion so  that the hearty enter will suiter no inconvenience and will derive all the benefits of his food.  "By.   TiO'ceiits"��������� 03"    f  "NED" HANI.AN'S BACKER IS  DEAD.  Mr. K. A. Watson, of Sydney, New  South Wak'S, Austrulin, a sportsman- well known to alt Cunadians  who visited the Antipodes, is aead.  "Mr. Watson wns n Canadian and a  prince of good fellows to nil Canadian sportsmen ivhoj-e engagements  took thein to Australia," said Mi".  Hanluti to a report er at. Toronto.  "He was my chief backer awl iMiter-  tnincr when I was tliere in I.HS4 and  -8*!7. Al Uml time 1 met llcnch,  Laycock, Clifford, McLean, Trickett,  and jwvcrnl others. "Mr, Watson was  alwuys ni.v .supporter in these races.  Every (.'anaduui engaged in sport  who went across thore was nlwnys  sui'ti of iiii open bou.se at Watson's,"  "Mr. Watson was about 'oo yeara of  ago. I In was in New York a couple  of yonrs ago and was entertained hy  Mr. Hnnlun nnd the New York rowing, clubs. He presented a silver cup  to   tin*  Harlem    Itowing  Association  for a coiiipetilion  gut la.  at   iho. annual  re-  MAI 1>K WIN IMil/KS |.'OI{ |,()N(!  HKKVIC'K.  Twenly-.six Xew Vork inn ids who  had (or (two years faithfully served  their mistresses were lhe other day  rewarded1 with the $1(1 gold plecn  wllh which tlio (ierinnn housewives'  socloty murks such nu event, The  presentation, which took place al  tlK> Tuxoilo, was made by Mrs. von  llimwon Hiirber, president of tho ho-  cloty. The happy maids ���������Inter enjoy-  t������U ii aupper, (If the iuiihIht, which  included rooks, laundresses, house  molds nnd one nursery governess, this  ���������wvxv taking thoir second proniliiiit,  and one, Augusta Uoencr, in theeni-  ploy of Airs, ||, Arnold, her third,  ."Mrs.- Sparks has done nothing  lately but run down her neighbors."  "I had no idea she was such a gossip." "Who said anything about gossip?" She is learning to drive her  new motor-car."  Minard's liniment Cores Dandruff,  Bride: "George, dear, when we  reach our destination, lot us try. mid  avoid giving tlw impression that we.  nre newly married," George: "All  right, Maud. You can carry this  portmanteau!" ���������  A Casket off   Pearls-Dr. Von  Stan's Pineapple Tablets would prove a  great solace to the disheartened dyspop-  ttii' if lie would but tost their potency.  Thoy'n������ veritable items in preventing the  sent inn of stomach disorders, by aiding  and stimulating digestion���������GO of. thoso  hmilth "pearls" In a box, Hnd t.liVy cost  it.'i cents, Iti'i'ommended by most oriii-  nont   physicians.���������(1-1-  TO  PlilNCIOKH LOUISE ASKS  SELECT MEIt .JUUY.  Princess Louise of Coburg has cato-  goi'icully refused to submit to an examination ol' her mental condit ion 'l,\v  the specialists appointed hy the Auh-  t i'i ti ii coini, Princess Louise says she  is- perfectly willing lo be examined  but insists upon choosing herself lhe  physicians who should underlako tlie  case, and moreover persists In her do-  clai'atlon that none hut. Frenchmen  should sit. in judgment on her sanity.  Minard's Liniment for sale eyerywherc  Nothing can bring you   peace   but  the triumph of principles.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT  Removes all hard, soft or calloused  lumps and blemishes from horses, blood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone, sweeney  stifles, sprains; cures sore and swollen  throat,���������coughif���������etc.���������Save-$50���������by���������the  use of one bottle. Warranted the moat  wonderful Blemish Cure ever known.  Cultivate not only the cornfields of  your mind, but the pleasure-grounds  also.  A UKCOON1ZED REGULATOR.���������Tc  bring the digestive organs into symmetrical working is the aim of physicians  when they Imd a patient suffering from  stomachic irregularities, and fot- this  nurpose they can prescribe nothing better thu ii Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  which will be found u pleasant medicine  of surprising virtue In bringing the refractory orgmiK Into subjection and restoring them to normal action, in which  roniUlion only can thoy perforin theit  tlulli'K properly.  Customer: "The man who kilkvl  this chicken had a soft heart." Waiter: "Why so, sit"?" Customer: "lie  must havo spent three or four y.ars  hesitating before ho Wrung us neck!"  Lover's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant Soap  Powdor ia a boon to any homo.   It disinfects and cleans at tho same time.  Believe    nothing   ngalnst.  but upon good authority,  39  another  "Yes���������-���������" (lie had been waiting  for thnt little word and his heart  bont faster us.it. * trembled oii her  lips, "Yes���������;���������" 'How he longvvl to  take her In his arms; b-ut������n^o spoke  as though there was more Hlurwisbod  to say, "Yes," she continued; "today I promised to be another's!''  Ono trlnI of Mother (I raves' Worm V>x*  terminator will convlnru villi tluu It Im*  ���������no equiil iih ii worm niedii'lne. Iluv n  bottlo, uml see If It dm������s not pIpump you,  1XIVK    LAUGHS     AT    ALLKGICD  i .'.lOKTSUS.  A Wllkusbnire tl'it.) despatch snys;  Anna Wilt, coming all the way from  tho woHtern pnrt of the slnto to wed  .loiwph CuHtmun. the sweet hen i'l of  her girlhood, whom she hud not seen  for ninny years, found whon she nr-  ,riv������J nt tlw Hint ion nt AmiiMirlwl thn  n41if������������������ tilnlit i\ irfrturt <%f> vimmr mon  wch holding n hnT In ono hand nnd  n handkerchief in the other. Thoy  liowod und smiled ami waitod for her  to descend from tlu* steps of the car,  wlwro fllw'Htoutl IrroHolnte. Tlio girl  aui'voyod them with einbarrassiiie'it,  (nil |Hescnti,\ sptuuit ^a" o uiau c������,\  JnU������ tho arms of n nuin who w������r  frowning, uml the next mlnuto he  wan In noli In* wltli hor, If was CtiNt-  mnn Jt npponr* thnt when ho finally induced his Nwcothmirt to come  on *tx,l nm ny him ho told hor tlmt  hu would shiiul at the station with  ii lint In ono hnnd und n hnndkorchlof  in thi* ntlu'i'. tot thnt she would re-  cof(nim> him. Thon in his happinoss  he told a rouplr* of frlondn. 1lw������y  aprnitt thc now* and prartirnl joUorn  cwildn't resist tho opportunity,  Tht ������un/if iii M������>di artAiw*\a through ib.lr math at twtlve o'uloik.  Sunlight Soap  With ordinary man a woman hai to wotlt so hart! and io long on wsih day  tin ha������ no timo for pronorlng any of the family menli. Wuh day U a trial, and the  good wife facet each with a ilgli of despair.  Sunlight Soap ronkeu nil the difference in the world. No tolling���������no rubbing--  no boiling���������1cm than half the labor with much better resulu. Most women are all  through their wuh by twelve o'clock when they wakh with Sunlight Soap the Sunlight wuy.   It nukei c)\M. play ut work.  ASK FOR THB 00TA00N BAR.  Sunlight Soaf toathtt tht eUthtt whitt and won't fnjurt tht hands.  LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. 9e  THE ANDREWS-CAGE CRAIN CO., LTD.   ,  CRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  We make a   specialty   of low pra.de wheat.   Write us before shipping.    W������  will show how we can serve you.  References:���������Any Bank or Commercial Agency. <j  ���������V- '- GRAIN   EXCHANGE,    WINNIPEG,    MAJf4  GRAIN] Jas. Richards^ & Sen's [GRAIN  (Until   recently   represented b������ the late E.  O'Reilly, Esq.)  i  All kinds   of grain   handled in Car Load   Lots.   Write us for top prices  .and   shipping   instructions.        Any grade of wheat, oats, barley or flax.  Jltta^*?::/       i P.  0. Box 629,   Winnipeg,   Man"  thom ai law.������������������s_ii p"Your^Qrain~lo       wnxrarEir.  L.A\A^   BROS.  We handle grain strictly on commission.   Highest Prices obtainable.  Liberal advances.   Trades carried on margins ln Winnipeg's futuro.  Correspondence solicited.    GRAIN EXCHANGE, Winnipeg,  AM THE OlBEi  Commission)  Establishad Grain  Merchant in Winnipeg. *<^  Consign yourcrnin to in������ n.'id got prompt service, 'careful Attentions  I anil hlghcrf market prices. Q,     Q; jQ B |\||f     DRAWER |  I Reference- UNION BANX el CANADA.   *3>b    %& 9    1 III wKaj       \ 300.  OOMHI  SHIR  DONALD MORRISON & CO., &..<...  you  prain to us to bo sold on arrival or afterwards, as you may wish.   )V6 do a strictly commission  business,   in   which   wo havo had 20  years' oxpprionco.   Prompt and roliablo work guaranteed,  .Liberal advances.    Correspondence solicited.     Licensed and Bonded.  Reference,   Hank of Hamilton..    Exchange Branch,  Grain 416 Grain Exchange,  WINNIPEG, MAN.  MARCH-WELLS GRAIN CO.  Oral* ia car lots bought on traok or sold on commission. RsasonabU  ttraneei made, Prompt returns. Correspondence solicited, R������{sr������nc������t  Any lank in Winnipeg.  ROOM 414, GRAIN MX. BLPQ., WI NX I PEG,  IT IS AN EASY MATTER to wil a large   lot of wheat it i  ���������m^������m������������mw������-������������i������������������i  ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������bottor price than a single car will  bring. If you will ship your wheat to us we will m'Ji it with many  other cars oithor locally or In tho East, and you will got from 1-cont t*  1 cent por bushel more for It than if you sold It on track at your station.  We have had 17 years' practical experience   in   the   grain  buslnoM.  Thte, alio, ie worth something to you.  MoL.AUOHL.IIM   *%.   EL.L.IS  Oraitt Exchange, Wiuuipeg.   Rupcruncks: Any Baulc or Coiutuerdtl  *> Institution.  m.  .������������������nil    il tmtmt"*'."m������m ���������'     ������*���������������������������������������-_._     .  _���������  wntAi, oais IND flax  Through a Strictly  Commission Pirn,  VOUR  t  Wo handle strictly on commission thorofore can glvo evory attention  to cur Hhlpitienu, und will obtain tho best prices for samo, Wo will he  ploased to nnwivor emiulrlosi re, price*, shipping, etc. If YOU have grain  to ship or soil do not (all to wi'"e for our "Way of Doing Business," as  It will pay you well.  THOMPTON, SONS & CO., Tfie Commission Merchants, Winnipeg  -BANKERS -UNION BANK OF CANADA.  'Ohio Gasoline Engines'  PORTABLE  ENdlNES for THRESHINO  ���������nd STATIONARY  for CHOPPING and  WOOD SAWINO io etook ������UU times.  Wa  cun ship at a day's notioe.  Write ue for Prloee and Catalogue.  BBrri.gi'Cooper Con Lti, Winnipeg, Mu.  Henry Avenoe, Kurt,  tmBmmm���������m.  [���������WllBWBBi  ���������HHHWP  The Swiss Government is uuabla  to find suilkic.-U attuchf!* for Ha slip*  iormttic sorvlc*?, m ti*.; salary in  only fclUO a year.  Kuccoss trttids on ov������ry atop.  nBnBseBHK9BS>BS9n������KBB*������vMnarai  W   N   U   No ^x^l^afcdw^  Ladies House Slipper.  _ iue Kid, Hand turned, Felt Lined-Extra Good Value     $1.60  Trilby Tie,  Pr tei.t Namp, French heel, best material-Regular prico  $4.oo,   Special Price  ...    .. -     ..        ������������������    '���������������������������  Children's Carpet Slippers.  All .Sines���������Per pair. ���������   Children's_^lne_French jFel^Slhppers^  A Beautiful House Slip, or���������Sizes, 4 to 6   7 to 10,    ..    ..    ..     35c; 11 to 2,    ....    .  $3.25  2 5 eta  30c  40c  Every Child should have a Pair in their  stocking, Christmas Morning .*���������;...  CALL AND SEE THESE AT THE  CORNER "CASH STORE  STANLEY H. RIGGS.  Financia!    -   Statement  ��������� -OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF  THE CITY of 'CUMBERLAND  '��������� 1904 ���������  RECEIPTS:  Jany. 1���������Cash on hai.d,   '".."        ������57179  !)������._. 31��������� Road Tax, 270 00  (Sidewalk Tax,   " - 4 00  D.>gW.-'" ���������'.���������;. ,si oo  Trade Lic^ncas, '                  2.297 50  S avenger Aocouat, 1,030 75  Scale Account; '             >          45 75  Ileal Estate Tax, ,                    1,138 45  IMiceOourV    , '"'25S 00  Pound Accouut, lo 0,0  limt, of City Hall. 27 50  $5,7*2 7-1  ..-JES&u-m!  ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY..  useription.............. .$2.oo a year,  m. JB. Hn&erson, /������or.  tar Advertisers who want their ad  changed, should get copy in by  9 ������.m. day before"isiue.  The Editor will not be responsible for the  views, sentiments j or any errors of composition of letter corresunndpnts.  Job Work Strictly C. O. 3>.  Transient Ads Cash in Advance.  It is now evident that that the  JapR had thoroughly prepared  themselves W the movement, that  has been unmasked. They went  about their task coo ly, deliberately"  and systematically. Temptation to  rush in and overtake the enemy ue-  fore he had completed his dispositions was determinedly* set" aside.  Whether or not the artillery of the  Japs was superior to that oi their  enemy, as claimed by the Russians  in extenuation of their defeat* it  was sufficient for the purpose. Tliey  have gained a prestige that will be  of great assistance to Ihera in the  work of the future. The Japanese  commanders have bfien resourceful  enough to feize the opportunities  that presented themselves, if Ihey  had not, the first grent victory on  land���������in the neighborhood of" the  Yalu River���������might not hnve been  won at so small a sacrifice, nnd it  is quito clear that at that timo  Kuropntkiii's tactics were eji])f>r  quickly comprehended by the Jnps  or that they were not carried out  satisfactorily by his subordinates.  The Russians work mi? lit surelv  have been done with more dexterity  and at less cost in men, artillery,  riflea and ammunition to say  nothing about the moral effect upon  the combatants on both sides of  euch a defeat nnd victory.  Now thnt Port Arthur has capi  tulated, the Russian fleet there  rendoiod bora do combat, it. in pa  tent thnl the eyes of tho whole  world nro turned towards the Japanese fl'Ot peeking to intercept  RojoBtvonsky, It is unlikely that  Kouropatkin will asHiime the of.  tensive so soon aftor the Port Arthur  blow. Tho Jnpancfo army opros-  inp bim will probably rest easily.  AU will wait for tlie grent nnval  engagement whlcli i,< sur<������ to oome,  The outcome of this, proviort ;x;,r  ieoco bus tanuihtus, will he anntin>v  JapaneMe victory, for tlion'h the  Baltic iloci cmitnins  a   few stood  bnipn,  Uiu   u'j'j'uuj  -it,  - .   IU.L.I.-II.  i i ' 0' i  type,  UtV   Cum-..-i., .i,,(,   i.'it  ������, ���������   ,.,r    ,,.,  seasoned in l.uitl.y, mul I In1 odd** niu  largely in favor uf tin- f.*!it;ny S.-.-  pnnw���������it is n repioach to Hvllnin  lli',t tlifi ti v('Vi>rtr ������ nt   tlio  An**;1-. *m -i  incident be Wt d������.My to iliom,  Excol'ont skating in Icin^  onjuyed  at  Pineon and Mnpio I..,iU>f.  Mr  TJ*''������t('f,r������  rr-tiir-v''   fv-io   ���������>    ti*;"   to  Viotoria,  !*    **���������   * *'.. * <*>������������������ - >(     ���������<   (..if),*.,    M  MM.>*���������*,. .!, *.>. *-.'.--. , '���������; !"'������������������> -���������*.:,, I.i, T,  < '. ������������������ ���������..������������������.(���������<.-  M;������'(', titf.if -hoi ��������� (n'%*n< .\i������.r���������'...(;, ,.]!,��������� ft  long ������������Jm������������-i> ht lio. 'Ho.,'vl:4..    for l> i������*ult  improvwi in h*������k *������.  COLLISION.  A nasty head-on collision occurred Thursday between No. 15 with  a train of empties from the..Wharf,  nnd No 17 with loaded train from  No. 4, at the Chinatown1, siding.  Both engines were!'damaged, one  having to be'shippecTto Wellington  for repairs, and another brought up  from Lady-miih to take lier place.  The other has been .repaired here,  not being much hurt. A heavy fog  hung over everything that afternoon, hence the.crefws were unable  to. se'e;.lhe opposing train until -Just'  heiore collision, whea eacli engineer  reversed and   jumped,  fortunately  4\4_hiU.t44^  instigation will he held.  JAPANESE REJOICE.  As an expression of delight.in the  fall of Port Arthur, the Japanese of  this place organized a pwession  last Wednesday and headed by the  brans band, which they bad engaged for ihe occasion, ..marched  from old No. 1 to No. 8 Jap:.', wn,  carrying banners and other, decor-'.  atiou_v several mounted "Marshals  giving a warlike air to thw proeos-  tion. The .National hymn wa.s-  eung and in all respects the doinon-  struiion much rosetubled o..e of our  own. In the evening, a grand cor-  loheri was held at No. 1 which wins  continued the next, day,  Mr G. Roe of Courtney, is grov������  ing over the loss of hiu fav. rilo  mare, "Irish Girl," who lust week  got out from his premises and was  later found with a broken thigh.  The poor beast had evidently injured herself jumping a high log,  and had suffered all night at'ter-  wards, unable to move far from the  spot, A bullet mercifully ended  her sufferings. The mare was a fast  one, having won several nuv li'ie  nnd in Nanaimo. Sincere regret is  felt at her lor'H.    (Nanaimo pnpors  pb'ase copy.)  ^.._~-_.._���������������..._.,.-������������������.._.���������.n.l���������TTTnnfirrn[t1llir[|rill<  Comox Assessment District,  jfjGTICE  IS   HEREMY   GIVEN   in  IV    accordance with the Statutes, that  Provincial Revenue Tax and nil assessed  Taxes and Income Tax, assessed ancl  levied, undei the A^essmiMit Art, nre  now due and payable for the yonr 1905-  All   tiixtvn  collectible  for the Comox  I  /��������� ������.��������� f sMi'-ni    I liits id, ,u<;   tl iih   ,in,|   ],,'.v-  alii������: at niv oiTiu:, siiuaie nt Ciiiiibni'land.  Tlii!. nonce, in tcrtnsiof l.-iw, in cqiiiv;t-  I.-ik   in   '���������   iv.'m.. -.I  il..iivi������iit   Im rvi   mm"  till ofrsorK liahlc for ifi\os  JdliN  IIAIKO,  A.SsKSrtuW. ANfi CUi.Li.'CTOK,  ComoiiAssessfiiteiil Di^inct,  Ci'-j.luMtaiid I'oSl-OlVirt;*. '  Poll HAl/iv-* A litl^r oi puro hied  ClnvU'i Whim ri;."i, ready to  wean, from priza ik-v* New \\'wx-  mnirt.-T Exhibition.��������� Apply, 1*.  CliAUTonn.  **'������������������,  /j" "y "T- r~? 'T ,'���������'' ���������"'���������  o'M.ni^Vi't.A   ot  ii-.-oo J, to f*  ft>"   .- ,   .���������������!.!.I .      ii  .   .. ������������������������������������      ;-,       ....  i.i.i.v,','.4.,..,; ,* Uplu'i *. ,,'     ..":';. *.    ..-..'',  i*. Mn; TK,  xt   > !  EXPEHDITTJBE :  OrosatoR Aooau'it,  Election Account,  Rufuud lload Tax,  Sports���������2-'.h May,  Sundries,  Auditor,  Officii Account,  Sido Walks,     .  Advertising Acoouct,  Firo -Protection Ac-ouutj  Dr.iius,  Refund Trade License,  Soavenger Acoouut,  Stable Account���������Poed,  " "     ,   Repairs,  Sciile Account,  Hfialth Offiyer, ;'    '  Health Account,  Street Li^ht Account, Dec. 1903,  '   " " ���������������      1904,  Police Court Accouiit,  Pound Account,  Hall Account,  Nail   Account, ������  School Account,  Tools Account,       " ��������� - ���������  Muuiciyal Buildings,  ^Vagea Account���������  T. E. Bwilis,  R. Hornal,  Clerk, L. W. Nunns,  $  1 35  03 r������o  26 00  25 00  6 55  10 00  57 05  170 26  95 50  473 35  110 69  20 00  13 75  158 10  28 75  3 00  125 00  .   19 10  .40 "5  403 70  31)7 75  33 71  16 65  26 95  524 25  8.90  42 80  900 00  860 00  240 00  'O  tn'S  ���������H tq  '���������'A m  r���������i   -,j-  ���������O- ^  ,   P  RS MUNRO, the experienced dressmaker,  now occupies rooms   in   our store and  .is   prepared   to  execute   dressmaking in the  Latest Styles and Finish ai low p. ices.  j* ' _L  a : m  w >  ������ ������ o  S : O  a : o  Christmas Specialties.  Fancy Umbrellas,       Watch Chains,       8 13 Meerschaum Pipes  ���������:.-.  At Holiday Prices   GOLD  RINGS���������Wiil  he sold   at  cost for Xmas Holidays.  Veiome Block! Weinrobe Vemlome Block!  Balance-Cash in bank,  Aocouu',3 due the City-���������  rPrTOr^TTeTOT-rtsynlr  $4,937 81  *   BBW������M.V1M������l!l  $804 9S  Scavenger Aucount,,.  t;r^89^4Tj~  70 CO  $159 40  ���������������_������__������  Th������ sum ot $550 collected through  the  Police i.'oa.rt has l)oeu creditod to the Trade;  License,-account.  I hereby certify that I have examined all  books ���������ud vouchers belonging to the City of  Onmberlaud tor  cbe  year 1904   and Und*  them correct.  F. A. ANLEY, Auditor.  Cumberland, Jany. 7th, 1905.  School   Statement  FOR YEAR" 1904.  Expenditure.   '  Teaohera' Salaries, $5,005 00  Janitor, 296 00  So*vengor,                    ' 00 00  Conl, 55 00  Wood, 10 0()  Water, ,]3 75  Examination Papers, 10 00  Jixohange on Soln.ol Cheque, 1 00  Hi-pairs to buildup, 32 50  StovwH Water Tank awdStova Pipes, 43 15  Advoiti;dnp[, 7 to  PoHtago, oto., 3 00  Soiouoe SnptilioH for liigh Sohool,       10 20 ,  Freight, 3 73  Incidentals, oto, 1 30 46  ?5 010 90  IiKOKIPTS.  (iovornmenti tiraut, $4,457 10  '���������          "     High Sbhool .fliiO'OO  llij|h Suhool F.wn from Pupilg, >j>>Hl 00  Iklaiico from 1903, 90 55  Paid by City, m 2,1  COAL' MINES REGULATION ACT.  BOAllO OF KXAMINEUS.  m OTICB is hereby given that tho follow"  ���������"���������^   ing constitute the "Board of Examiners  for the Cumberland Colliery during tho year  1905:���������  Appointed by the Owners���������1,   Richard  Short.      Alternates���������Chas. Matthews,  David Walker.  Appointed   by   the   Lieut.-Governor   in  Council���������John Kesley.  Elected  by the Miners���������1, James Reid.  Alternates���������Thomas Ripley and Joseph  Horbury.  Notk ���������Alternates act-as Members of the  Board m the absence of those regularly appointed or elected to act thereon.  All persons interested' may obtain full in-  fornlation by applying, to tho Secretary of  th. Board, Mr Johu Kesley, of Cumber-  ���������land. B.O. ,.        .-���������>���������������������������:'��������� :.-'������������������  Fletcher Bros^  Dealers in High-grade  AND  .-    I)at-d this 31st day oFl)eccml)er,T9"047  "RlrHARU MdBRIDK,  It Minister ot Mines.  ;,; TEKDEKS.  jRe Mortgage Sulo of Property  hareinai'ter montiozied  TENDERS will b, received by thouudcr-  signed up -.to oiio n'olook'p.iiv, Satu day,  February 11th, 1905,,'for the purulunu of  the West ti;ilf of N"rih Wust quarter of  Section Ton, and the WVal hull ai tlio  South Wr'st quarter of Sec ion S-iventteii,  lioroby I-.iaud, '���������NauHimo Oiatrioi, locally  known an "O.T, Mi'oln-ll'a PImoj,"   ..  Tho,undeiHi������ii"d doo-i uot bind liiiiiHell to  aooept any tend t  C.N, WJiS'''W00r), Mortgagee.  22 Kiiiji'ti Road, ViotoiU, 1)0,  ORGANS  The    celebrated    G_RHAnn   Hexntzmak,  Mendelssohn and Williams pianos   From   $300  up.   TERMS TO SUIT...!.,-  T. B. BATE,  Local Agent,  CUMBERLAND  tarkct  mm it���������TJfommMtarn  $5,1140 90  ttmWayAAaMmfAOmmml  Total Rtoelpti; *fx,nn 90  ������������������    Kxpondititrc, fi.diO 90  High Sohool 1'.om due, $10  IlttnpQutfully nuumitted,  T. H. CAHKY, Seoy,  P.S. ��������� Since the above Miateinoufc wa������  ri'iid^nd and hooka audited 6i������ ahovti  in-ntiont'd il; 10 Vwm hnvn liein oullootct.l,  iii'.-.kinij tlie ���������iinnniit paid by fit.*, $521,'Jf)  uuttuaduf 8501 '.'5,  a. *., t....  riin.l>.rku<l, Ju.y, 5lh, 1005-1 hn-ehy  oeriify that I hnve audited tha hooU* toel  vouoiioi h of the City ������t OutnUniaiid Hohool  Board nud find tlioui oorreot,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  an application will be mule to the Leyi-  slaiivu Asseinblv ol the Pi.n'iiuc ol Ilrit-  isli Columbia, at us next Session, 'for an  Act mnendinj,' the Act of Ince-poiaiion  ofthe Queen Charlotte Isi.md Hallway  Company, by striking out Clauses 32 and  33 thereof, and by striking oui the lly ures  "'1902'' in auction 30 thereof and taibsiiiu-  tir,^ "1906" in lieu thereof, and also extending the time I'or the" commencement  of the conntiMction of Codipnnj'- line of  railway, nnd for lhe expenditure of 10 per  cent of the capital ofthe said Company  ns limited l>y sub-section 5 of section 44  of the "Uritinh Columbia Railway Act",  and for reviving, ratifying and confirming  all tim powers privilege* and rinlils yrant  co to and conferred mi the said Company  In its Act ol Incorporation.  Dated at Victoria,  H,C, the  a3rd  November, A,I)., 1904, (  KOUBUTJSON Ik RCHIF.RT.SON  Solicitors for the Applicants  The Very Latest  t.'    i\-   AMT'.'V  in  A   OA11D,  liAlilh'.K AND CrKNTf-KMK.V,  I Ijuvm ho*'ix rtfqticHtwl by ti num*  )���������'* r  <-f   r-'1. 'i>",.*r������   lo ollif   xi\\' tor.  v'u uh for siny>v t>f )<)t)r oily tor the  y<i   I'-'ii-t,       1. on v.U'ii i    nvi'il   rvi%t;  yoi tii tl,i������'* In ft ot .rr: abilitv.  ���������t>,- . .  V  it .  .:. ������������������<  rt*. tc-  \  WiC-JLEV \\ ILLAUf).   !  T . ;��������� -      \----r   ��������� ��������� ",r    ������/.<���������   i>     l''!'* ttun   t*.   Otltn  u\rl.������.\\i.", J   ���������  ItUBHKU VOOW,  IJOO'l'H * KHOK8,  OKN'W. niTtNrsmNos-  trnme'efimmmimJ ������W m������M\mm,mtt-**fmt**i  VI I       AJ li   f  XLlll f >*IMMVIIIiMWiWWIi**������������ III ���������������������������*������������������  RKI'RKSICNTATIVK  WANTED.  A '.'.' *..;   ...- ..." ������������������::*������������������ ������������������;-'.-''- *'*��������� ������������������ ''���������*.-  Canadmi i.iie ibnurance (>(������miJin\������- with ms  1-THI *('i>tlH f'TUI '(i !t !jri"'Ii'i Utvn ill   .���������-',--���������-,1 i.i-  Istnd and vioinity Must l-uvo g������.������d l������c*l  Av^dikitidviw r.t.d Xni tfct.lv- to di'vrtti hni,  wiiliWi u.������i������ to tl������'*;*ir mWivd,     Aildr'..*a tor  '.Ifilir-I-    1,'it'ii--*    t-    Vt     **'������������������  il *������        0.,v      '!*!������  Choicest Meats  Supplied at Lowest Market Prioos  Vegetables  A  Great Variety will   always bo  in utook ;   aluo a supply of  Fresh Fish  will bo on Sale every Wednesday   <���������____  Your patrouogo is cordially invited,  and  all orders will be promptly delivered.  J. McPhee A Son  PKOPUlKTOliS.  IS   _5,.Xj2_.   -WB   _5_SK:  JUST a chance to ehow jvou (hat  wo always pleuro our customera  by supplying thom with tho BKHT  Ml.ATS at the lowont market  pricca.. A trial ordor will convince  you.    THE  CITY  Meat    market,  W. W, MoZAT, Proprlator,  miiimmmmowmaaammmaaaaaaaaaaaaaamaaamamma  You-till-eyes  Your spare time by taking a oottna in th������  INTERNATIONAL  CORRBSPONDKNOR  SCHOOL  8GKANION, I'A,  xiic 11.411111..������)tiuua ******* fc'*'" itf* IJhiu^  a .iiu.,-,t) in .".���������-.,i,i l',:.tyuuiiiiini Ihit oiht'l  day wan. Uu iuid���������"l waut to paw wy ex-  ttuuuuti-uit w;;h IHO ptr cent,"  if,., !, t'.'t.i ,f!fin dr.-iri tr)n n fnrd.  T. W. MAUTINDALB,  Auwfr, ViaroHU,B.O.  11 _ ������Wilil������wt.������������������lll������jiM������l������yiM������V������il������'������^������IWlijlPM|^MMWMWI������������MBW  A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.  lilitutf. 1'lifid, lilt adieu or Vtotradiag  * ������������������<-������,    iii*-..?..*!.. scluitd. uiuMv il VAZQ  OlKIMENM' J'litls to euro any va*e, no wal  ���������������r of how l*ng Mtrmttissg, in 6 to H iaya.  fft-u a->,di"iifr,ir.' giveti mar and rmt, BO������,  if v-iim ii������iii giat tiv"'tit i>������nd 60o luaUmp*  i..n it Tf'.'l hh terfswrd'A |������:������.t^&id by Vwif  '���������lfif���������.oi,<tf*,������i,  t^tf J,������nh, Mn.

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