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 UftK.  -.-_   K  TWELFTH  YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B. C   WEDNESDAY,  FEBY  8  ,905  ;������������������  J  1  Nicholles & Renouf, Ld.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. O.  Just received largo shipment of  IR/Onsr age  CULTIVATORS,  SEED DRILLS,   WHEEL HOES, Etc,  VERY LATBST IMWOVElHtm.  Call and Me them or write for oataloguea and prioei.  Telephone 89. Sole Agent* for B.O. P 0. Diawer. 663  ...DECIDE   NOW...  T^O TRADE WITH US if yon we not already a ouitomtr.  *���������       guarantee yon Perfect Satisfaction,      Hata'a a lioe)  Groekery D*pirtmen& tUT  We will  'from ������tnr  78 PIECE DINNER 8ET8  Io the netful Orlando ihtpe-Pettere in Pink,  Red Brown or Indltn Bine   PRICE COMPLETE,   $9.00  We owrjr HwtraV open itook Patterns wblah oan nl wun bemafehetUnd  nny quantity purchawd.      One ia ��������� pretty Blue and White D������eign which  nt liOfot'omnpleteeet.      Another l>erby Pattern in CWlori  ���������   ���������������*'. #������    ���������    ��������� a t*a . 1 is   . ������e.���������    *  tinnreaont -. , r            nt $15 the full aet.     Samples of SeU on tpplioation.  WEILER BROS.. Vlcto-  'io.  The C,P,R. and  the Island,  The news that negotiation* were  on foot between Mr Dunsmuir and  the C.P.R. officials for, the purohase  of the B. & N  Railway, hat again  raised hopes in the hearts of us  isolated people, of ibe early ezten  sion of the line north.    That this  extension will be of immense benefit to all, tbere is no question.   The  resources of the Island, now lying  partly dormant, reedy to spring into life at the advent of a railway,  have been so often written on, explained, and put before the puhlic  that it is unnecessary to enlarge on  the subject here.     So far as Mr?  Dunsmuir was concerned, he had  little incentive to extend tbe road.  He has always declared it would be  a losing proposition, which, is probably correct, and no one can well  blame him for refusing to risk capital where there was eo poor a prospect of any profitable return. Witn  the C.P.R. however, conditione are  widely different.    In order to com-  pie.e their vast   trans-continental  system, it becomes to them an absolute necessity to acquire and control  Island Railway rights, unless they  are prepared for and acquiescent to  any   other   corporation   acquiring  those rights, which would'surely be  acquiied in the near future. ? Having gained control, it would seem  that the Island is destined to be-  "oorniFp^rrfTneuiyBleb^^dTmore  direct: communication will be  es?  - tabtiehed between, rtffcud^the Mainland.     It is argued by a ffew that  the Company   will  acquire  these  rights simply to tie them tap agaimt  rival concerns, but against thir-, is  the fact that immense sums are be  ing expended ou work of a mos  substantial character ia Victoria,  and it seems unquestionable that  the deal is being made in connection with, and, as it were, a part ot  those   works.       Curtain   railway  charters now exist giving rights to  ciosb the Island, and a further weal  port on the Pacific is a possibility  of the near future.  The purchase negotiated is for the  road ted and stock, aiid does rut  inolude any of the E. <fe N. lands  uutaidflof tbat.  ofthe batch butt in and tell how  peifectlv lovely Mr Seiser has  been, that Mr Rate has noted just  splendidly, Mr Biggs was so good;  Mr Martridg* would certainly not  be outdone by Mr Noore, who had  given a lovely silk bumbel-shoot,  and "but ladies,'' says our distressed friend, "these affairs come (  ���������0 often,"���������"Now Mr Harbell, you  positively cannot afford to let this  list go into print without yours,"  and the whole lot then breaks loose,  and the terrific clamor can only be  stopped in one way���������by the unfortunate man submitting to the holdup.  \jR<ivi������i'/ire /i  FEB 12 1905  RIA,^'  '!S*.rV  Local and Personal  Floor Oil Cloths and Linoleums  large range of patterns from 30e  per square yard at Napier & Partridge.  The Ladies of Grace Methodist  Church  will  hold a sale of work  nbout the ������nd of February.     Par  ticulars later.  For Sale, at a sacrifice, large well  built house, suitable for boarding  or double house. A great bargain  Get particulars from W.Willard.  Mrs J. Comb entertained a number of young people at her residence  on Friday evening, the occasion being the celebration of that lady's  birthday.  For next two weeks my whole  stock of Millinery will be sold regardless of cost. ' Hats from 25ctp.  up ���������Miss Nash, Dunsmuir Ave.  ���������A large number of people en joyed the skating at Pigeon and Maple  Lakes on Sunday.  At the Corner Store, just received  a carload of groceries and a carload  of Royal Household flour and feed.  CASH STORE.  will sell for the next 30 daya  100 Curtain Poes with Brass  or Wood Fittings, complete,   40cts. each  60 Window Blinds at.. ,40cts each  150 Window Blinds... .50c. to 25c.  3 only   Re-acting Washing  Machines,   $7 25  1 dozen Dinner and Soup Plates $1  A lerge quantity of Glassware,  Cnckeryware, Tinware, Stoves,  Paints, Cutlery, etc., etc.. will be  sold cheap to make room fur'my  Spring supply.  T. E. BATE,  DUNSMUIR AVE,  umberlaad  Butter for cooking 20c per lb. at  Napier & Partridges.  Mr T. Curtis, a brother of Messrs  James and George Curtis, so well  known among Comox folk, is wintering at Cotnux with a friend, Mr  -Golenwn-.���������They~paid_a__yisit_io   Cumberland last week.  Customers who made purchases ou Deo 1,  and who have not yet reclaimed the amount  are requested to make application i'or tbe  goods,    Napier and Partridge.  TEAS  TEAS  TEAS  Direct from tha Tea Market of the World (London)  ;  Du'i iWl (������> visit tbo Great  Bankrupt Sale of Dry Goods at the  Big&ore.  Ths Mtnssnltft Dancing Club  held another of thoir enjoyable  dsuett on Frldif last, about forty  being in attendance The ninnj  weekly dtnoe will be held Friday  next.  rotate* fint *mUI* |1.H %m 100 lie,  HajfcrftFaitUffc  Th* Wf fttnm for telltible ahctm  by beet maker? only, at popular  price*. Bftiy pair guaranteed to  fiff sajlsfaotion or money refund-  ifttirfc Leber ������k Co., Ltd.  FOR SALS���������A litter of pure bred  Chester White Pigi, read/ to  wean, from prist tow Kew Wett*  minster Exhibition.���������Apply, B.  Cbawfoid.  TWO LITTLE  NUI8ANCE8  The Fire-Oraeker fiend.  Some of the small't% fry who  succeeds in commandeering, hypo  thecating, or by any other means  acquiring some bunches of the coveted firtt-craolrers at Chinese New  Year, should be taught, and the  teaching well scored in on the end  that comes last, that he is a menace  to publio safely, and a danger to  life and limb, when he wantonly  thrown the ligoted oraokers under  pausing horses' heels, "to make bim  jump,"  '     r e e *  TBI SOCIAL HOLD-UP.  We notice that the Colliery Oom*  puny have potted notloei foi bidding  collections to be taken up at tbe  pay oflloe. This is right, for many  a man, through fear of contumely,  would be forced into giving what  he perhaps oould ill afford, and in  tome oases tht objtots of thtee ool*  ���������witiout am utterly uu worthy,  ���������. ��������� ���������  The praotiw of going to buiineis  men tor ''prises" to bo won at some  funotlon, or exhibition is getting to  be intolerable* v Tbe poor storekeeper Ih confronted by * covey of  ladies, ont of whioh holds a roll of  paper, another explains the worthy  object of tbt hold-up, while tbt rest  25 Chests--J250 lbs.  of the Choicest Blends in  INDO-CEYLON TEAS  BUYING DIRECT we are enabled to give our  Customers excellent values. Wo guarantee  our 85 oent. Tea equal to lea usually told at  60 cent* per lb.     ..       ....  Our so cent. Tea cannot be  equalled elsewhere at from 60  to 7sets, per lb. free samples.  The Great Tea House,  NAPIER & PARTRIDGE,  DEPARTMENTAL STORK, DUNSMUIR AVE. -ym^m^S^^i
Took His Mon In  In  Ilia CabJu.
An Australian millionaire, Mr. James
Tyson, loft behind lilm whon he died
a fortune of fS.000.000.   One of the
many stories concerning him tells how
on one occasion lie was a passenger
ou a Queensland coasting steamer.  As
usual, when traveling he declined to
undress at night and lay in his bunk
fully clothed, boots and all.   lie had
taken   thither   Avith   hhu,   moreover,
three loaves of bread upon which to
subsist for forty-eight hours in order j
to save the expense of meals. The stewards complained to the purser of the
crumbs which the millionaire's methods caused in the cabin.   But nothing
would induce Tyson to eat his loaves
elsewhere than in his bunk. Great was
his rage when at tho end of the voyage
he was charged not only full rate, but
one-fourth extra for having "taken hi3
meals In his cabin."
THE STORY OF A
UCCESSFOL MAN
HE FOUND HIS LOST HEALTH  IN
DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS.
^������������m^*^***W����**jj At 40 Cents F=><��r Pound
WESTERN  CANADIAN 'EDITORS ���-
Armoar'a Revenge.
One of Phil Armour's $23,000 men
Vent into business on his own account
on one occasion and built up a powerful opposition house. The man had j fast
remarkable ability, but his career
shows that he had not Armour's conception of things nor his loftiness of
character. And it shows, too, that despite his long and intimate association
with his old employer the secedcr had
not thoroughly appreciated the quiet
power of the originator. X, for Ave
will call him so, rose to prosperous
heights and then was seized with the
desire to be thought a greater man
than his old chief, against whom he
began operations in the chosen way
of corners and similar financial exercises knoAvn to the street. He said one
day, "I used to work for Phil Armour,
but before long Phil Armour will be
working for me." He thought he had
the old man squeezed, as the word
goes, but. Armour proceeded at 9
o'clock one morning to .convince the
complacent gentleman that he was sadly mistaken: By noon there was a
rushing fall in prices, and the once
jubilant merchant was a bankrupt.
With the news he also received from
Mr. Armour the offer of an instant
and friendly loan of $500,000 in cash.
Leading Business Man of Welland
Gives His Experience with the
Great Canadian Kidney Cure.
Welland, Ont., Dec. 5.���(Spesial).���
There is no better known or more
highly respected man in Welland
than Mr. J. J. Yokom. Bom and
brought up in the neighboring township of Crowiaiid, by his own industry
and sterling honesty he has grown to
be one of Welland's leading merchants. Consequently when Mr. Yokom comes out with a'statement that
he was cured of a serious Illness by
Dodd's Kidney Pills, everybody
knows it must be so.
"For a year or more I had Kidney
Trouble in all its worst symptoms,"
says Mr. Yokom. "My head was bad, I
had uo appetite and I lost weight
At times I was entirely incapacitated. I doctored with a physician of vast experienco but got no
good results.
"I became despondent of ever being
well again, when by good .luck I
chanced to try Dodd's Kidney Pills
and from the first day they seemed
to suit my case. Five boxes cured
me completely."
A Series of Articles Describing
their Lives, their Aims and
Their Influence.   .
No.   13
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SlYIr. Walpole Murdoch.*,
���������������������������������������^������������������������������t I CEYLON TEA.   Black, Mixed or NATURAL GREEN.
 -^��� ��� j No firm, no company, no corporation in the world
has the courage or facilities to offer like "Quality "
or ""Value." r
REMEMBER:   Sealed Lead  Packets Only.   By All Grocers.
PLANS TO AID CONSUMPTIVES.
A despatch from Stockholm says:
Sweden, Lo celebrate thc semicentennial of the introduction of postage
stamps, is printing -ubilec stamps
for sale in every posto���ce in the
country. These jubilee stamps are
worth nothing alone, but must be affixed to the letters beside the regular stamps. The profits obatlned
will be devoted to the establishment
of a free hospital for consumptives.
Reverence will not follow where
respect does not lead.
MM.  WALPOLh MURDOCH.
Editor  and  Proprietor  of  the Hart-
, ney Star.
A rough remedy is better than the
most elaborate regrets'.
Alchemist'* Alloys.
The alchemists of the middle ages
wero incessantly occupied with'the endeavors to transmute metals. Many
alloys were known to them which are
"lost"td~usr~and"th~eir" recipes~cohtain
many useful hints worthy of the attention of modern scientists. There ia
a curious book in the Bibliotheque Nationals entitled "Liber Sacerdotura"
("The Book of the Priests"). It is supposed to have been written by the Jewish priests, but probably dates from
tho eighteenth century. Here is one of
the curious recipes contained In this
book: Mix a quantity of iron filings
with a quarter of its weight of red
orplment. Press the mixture lu a linen
cloth, inclose in a smelting pot and
leavo It for a whole night in a heated
furnace. . Next add some oil aud natron and just as much copper filings
as there is iron. Melt all together and
the result will bo a flue material for
hammers.
Polftonlnar Trees.
1 A gardcuor discovered the fact that
trees are often sout to aii untimely,
deuth by poison, usually arsenic. The
reason for this does not appear until
ouo hears the man's explanation. Supposo a man has rented a houso which
has too much shade, tho law will uot
allow him to havo ono or moro of the
trees cut dowu without tho consent ot
the owner. As lt bfteu happens that
tenants nnd landlords hold different
views on tlto subject of shade, the
trees remit In as a bono of contention.
It is then that tho gardener la cttllod
to administer a tloso of poison, for
when a treo Is dead the tenant mny
havo It removed. Five cents' worth of
arsenic Ih sullieleiit to kill a largo tree,
A nolo lu mnde lu tho trunk, nrsonlo
dropped In, and nature docs the rest
It uever falls.
Sorrow may  be  essential   to   the
ong of the universe.
,  It is\ better  to  take a reef in the
sails than to sail the boat on a reef.
Tying pink ribbons on a dog's neck
Ts""noTTffe"��aWe~a"s^bTff_forthe~rowlyr
"Casting all your care on him"
does not include your care for others. .
Educating your conscience into
elasticity will not relieve you from
guilt.
The man who goes to law may be
sure that his lawyer will get justice.
The best way to make sure of hea
ven is to make your
ven here.
homes like hea-
ThosO who try to make'the best-of
everything generally get the best of
everything;
THE DANGER OF ANAEMt A
How to WnlU,
There Is no vlrl.no In a dnwdllnff
saunter, Tlio slow nntl languid dragging ono foot nflor tlio othor, which
���onto peoplo call walking, would tire
nn ntlilote; It utterly exhausts a woulc
pemon, and tliat Ih the reason why
ninny delicate persons think thoy cannot walk. To derive any benefit from
tho cximtIho It Is necessary to walk
with a light, elastic slop, which swings
the weight of tlio body bo easily from
ono log to the other Unit Its weight Is
not felt and which produces a healthy
glow, allowing Hint tho sluggish blood
Is stirred to action In tho most rouioto
VC'IIIU.
Ii(iiiini''M Si'ltt'tiiC)
Tim Into SiMiutiK' Lamar of Mts��d����
nlppl wna habitually forjjotfn) of everything nnd everybody except bin friends.
i oi yi'iivn uu wuinned wiu>m iiltUcUoil*
been two of constantly mislaying his
eyeglasses and suspenders. Whllo nn
associate Just len of tlto supremo court
ho ouo day beamingly con 11 (led to a
frlond thnt nil of thouo troubles wore
over uud that hh ey.'-lu^uM mul bus-
pendcrs never moro would trouble
liiui, "Haw did you uianugu It?" in-
quired ids friend, "oh, I luul n pair of
eyegl.-Kisfts sowed to every ono of my
vcAt* und a pair of suspondora to ovory
pair of trousers."
Its Victims Are ' Defenseless When
Disease Strikes���The Blood Should
Be Kept Rich and Pure. .,
Anaemic  people���people  with \vat-
ery blood���are without defense when
disease    threatens.     The   strongest
weapon against disease is a plentiful
supply of rich, red blood.   A robust
person may  catch  cold, but quickly
throws  It off.     But  a cold   lingers
with tho anaemic  one, goes  to   the
cheat, ancl tho first signs of consumption appear,   it Is the anaemic one
who suiters from 'headache and dizziness,   who   cannot   cllmh  a  stair
without resting, whoso heart flutters
and  palpitates   wildly  nt  tho   least,
exertion.   Such   people  cau only 'be
bo saved by a supply of new, rich, rod
blood,  and   Or,   Williams  Fink Pills
Is tho   only   modiclno   that actually
makes  rich,  red   blood   with  every
doao.   Ordinary medicines only touch
tho  symptomn  of  dlseaso���Dr,  Williams Pink Pills go right straight to
tha root of the trouble nnd drivo  It
out,   That Is why these pills have a
larger sale than nny othor modiclno
In the world, nnd  that Is why thou-
MltsidB and thousands of people praise
thom 'ho-   highly.   Miss Florence U.
.Vlnrryoti,   Chester,   N. S��� nays: '> "I
havo  ttHOd   Dr,   Williams' Pink Pills
I'or several mouths, and I am  happy
to   say thoy havo restored   mo   to
health  nflor   all   other  moans   had
railed,   I was Buffering from nnnomln
In Its most, severe form.   Tho   least
oxonian would loavo mo   bronthloss
.nut Kuui .a;'..  I hr.d no ��nivuHrvnnd
;;;!'!'(rod   trv^ntly   with nervous   head*
aches,  I wns palo and seemed to bo
going into decline.     I   had medical
attendance,   hut It  did  mo no good.
Thon a friend advised me to try Or,
Williams' I'ink   Pills, and   in   a  few
weeks I found they woro iic��,nni��u.v,
I   continued   their   use   for   several
months, nnd nm again on joy inn' good
Uenlth,   I   think   Ur.  Willlama" IMnlt
l'ills will make every weak and ailing girl strung and healthy,"
Ynu can get. theso pills from any
ik-alov In luoillenn.', bin. ;.<m should
be rnroful to seo that tho full namo,
"Dr. Wllllnnm' Pink Pills lur Vixhi
Pooplo," is on tho wrapper around
each box. If In doubt, write the Dr.
Williams Medicine Co,, Hrockvllle,
Ont., and tho pills will tie sent nt
50 cents a bo.\, or six boxes for^'.SO.
The   proprietor   and editor   or the
Hartney Star is a newspaper man >��� of
two    decades   of   western experience.
Ho was but   a   lad vWhen he started
the'-'.Birtie   Observer���the   parent   of
the present Eyewilness.   This was in
1884. when   the   northwestern   town
confidently anticipated that it would
be on tho main line of the.C. P. It.,
ancl be a centre second in importance
to but few in thc province. For years
Mr. Murdoch    stayed    at the   pretty
little town on the banks of the Bird
Tail.    But the Observer  did  not observe much progress made by the ambitious and once hopeful little burg.
The population of the town decroased
instea_d__of���gro_wing._andj_Lts_impor_t-,
ancc as a trade centre grew less instead  of  greater.    All  that a newspaper  could  do  to  stem  the  falling
fortunes  of    the    placo the Observer
did.   Issue after issue it pointed out
the wealth   of    the rich agricultural
section of which *-Bir tic is, the centre,
and   enlarged    on    the   success that
awaited those who properly tilled its
fertile soil.   But it was of but, small
avail.   The number of settlers steadily decreased, as it did in many other
parts of the West at the time.   This
is ...itv no sense remarkable   when   the
conditions are known,   The   original
settlers of the district came in with
little, or no means,   As so in,.as thoy
had performed their homestead duties
and secured their patents a "majority
of them mortgaged their farms,   and
abandoned  them    to    tho   mortgage
companies.     With   the    money   thus
raised they    moved to a newer   district, took up a second    homestead,
ns they wero then enabled to do under the law, and with much -larger
capital  wero nblo to make   a   fresh
start on a larger nnd moro successful  scale,   While the individual    settlor so doing was benefited by this,
it is obvious' that the district' niiist
suffer thereby, and in fact tho country    around   Birtle   was,   for somo
years dotted with  Idle farms owned
by morlgivfic companies,
Tho Observer, as conducted by Mr,
Murdoch, was in many respects a
model local paper. Nona of the country papers of thoso early, days wore
mechanically faultless, Tho conditions undor which they wero produced prevented thnt, But. few, if
any, could compare In point of typographical neatness with tho ono of
which Mr, Murdoch was editor, Conscientiousness nnd thoroughness aro
the keynotes of Mr, Murdoch's character, No detail Is too trivial for
his attention, If that detail Is necessary for the completion of what he
has In hand, Typographical excellence Is gained only by careful attention to numerous 1 rifles, and that
this nMention was given by Mr. Murdoch iho Mcs of the Observer boar
witness, ���
In duo course   Mr, Murdoch determined to clxiiifju bis locution, HoMlis-
sed of   the   Observer    plant,   and
poise. His temperament is calm and
judicial. Partizanship or extremeness' of belief are naturally foreign to
his disposition. He is a practically
believer and example of the old Orir
ental proverb, which says that there
is no stick so short or so crooked
I but that it has two ends. Mr, M'ur-
! doeh always wants to see ml sides
of a question before coming to conclusions. Naturally, therefore, he
seldom makes up his mind as to poli-
cios'lhurriedly.'- As is equally natural,
too/ his mind once made up, he seldom has occasion to change his opinion. It is this finality and fairness
in his arguments and reasonings that
make his published opinions so
weighty. Few editorial expressions
I carry so far as those of the Hartney
jSttir, and the reason is to be found
jin the thoughtful personality whose
rideas they reflect.
While all Mr1. Murdoch's newspapers
haye been.,remarkable for this sanity
and fairmindedness,  there is another
characteristic they have all shared in,
common   to   which   reference   ought
here to   be    made���their keen observance of the world of nature.     With
Mr. Murdoch natural history amounts
almost-to a passion���not :a,   bird   or
a beast, or a flower of the prairie to
which he is not    a   friend,    and    of
whose habits of life he is not.a storehouse of knowledge.   His little articles on natural    history    are   widely
ji'ead.and much quoted.   Tn these days
of the hurly burly of federal, provincial .or,, municipal politics, and of the
goingteahd comings of people, the reporting of-' whose .-movements"-constitutes too often the bulk of   the news
of a local papor, .it is a refreshment
to pick up the Star, and read there-
in"Some���little~article"on���the~corning
of the wild goose,  the habits of the
muskrat, : -the,!-  bloonyng'of the anemone, or a description of.some rare
and    beautiful   mirage.   Few  among
the busy workers in the West tako the
necessary   time  to  familiarize  themselves with nature.   The fact that one.
of tho western editors gives frequently the results of his own communion
with tho various forms of naturo is,
therefore,   all   tho  more appreciated.
Many of his subscribers would doubtless notice the omission of. son-i'e item
of local news, but among -'those who
from week to week look for tho .'Hartney-'Star as one of the few,exchanges
for !whoso    arrival    they look   With
oagorness,   tho    littlo    naturo t^lks
that from tlmo to timo apponr   aro
always tho flrst   things   sought   for.
Whatovor    modifications    may   from
tiino i to ,timovbe mado in tlio   Star,
thoy hope this will remain a' pCrhid-
nont fonturo.
'Mr. Walpold;; Murdoch :sthhds', for
and represents much of tho vory best
In western journalism. His high personal principle' in both priyato and
public lifo, his keen observation, his
fairness in discussion, his broacUh of
vlow and judicial tomperament, to
gather " >yith;/hls Jndui^
grossiyortess, mako him 'nf,;i'mtoiV''of
mark i'h his profession. Tho ranks of
nejyspapor men in tho West would bo
bt$torod if iporp mon of Mr, Murdoch's typo woro found therein,
Down deep in- his heart the average
man is anxious to see some other man
get it in the neck.
. A woman's idea of happiness is her
ability to purchase something the woman next' door can't afford.
Heart Disease Relieved en 30
Minutest ���i>r; Agnew's Cure for
the Heavt gives perfect rel'eif in all,
cases of Organic or Sympathetic
Heart Disease in 30 mlnujLes, and
speedily effects a cure. It is a peerless remedy for Palpitation, Short
Breath. Smothering Spells,-Pain in
Lett side, and all symptoms,of a Diseased  Heart.   One dose convinces.���83
- if a man can get into a bank after
banking hours he considers' himself a
prominent citizen.   ' a
It. is necessary to place huge granite monuments over some good men
in order to keep them down.
��� '- A woman-can board a train without
a ticket, do a,, little crying and go
wherever she pleases. '
HMD'S UNIMENT Believes Neuralgia.    J
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Occasionally a man meets a woman and marries her, but more often''
she overtakes him."'     l        ?<���
"Why did the congregation hurry';,
out so quick after the benediction?" ;'
"The sexton makes them leave their,0;
umbrellas in the vestibule, and thpse'
who. get out late haven't much of a '
choice:"   '"'"' ��� V '    ':. ������""������:" ''' '   ''   f
Wash grc'ii'sy>'dlshcs,"pots'or pans with
-Lever's-Dry-Soap-a-powder:���It-will-re--
movo thc groaso with tlie greatest ca.se. IJfi
Marriage, which should; make ono
out of two, often results ih slxe3 and
sevens.
Did it ever occur to you that summer girls and peaches disappear sim-
ultaneouosly. i
Ybu neverfkriqw what you can do
until 3rou try to undo something you
have done.
"Bought My Life for 35
Cents/'���This was one man's way or
putting It when he had beon prp-
nounced incurable from chronic dyspepsia. "It was a living death to mo
until I tried Dr. Von Btan's Pineapple
Tablets. Thanks to them to-day l am
well, and 1 tell my friends 1 bought
my life for 35 cents."'00 in a' box.���80
Blue windows In the soul turn tho
mil Ic of human kndnoss into clabber.
Along about this time ,,of year
thero nro only a few votes1 between a-
liero and the other kind of a man.
About the third or fourth day after
election we have remarked-that peo-'
pie are thoroughly tired of politics. ;
wvfrptes^'ar^{: about Evenly divided.
Half the peoplo want their pickles
sour, and the other half want thom'
Bweet.
Ask any girl who was the greatest musical composer, and oho will
think of the wedding march find say
"Mendelssohn."
���At-
po:
moved to Pilot Mound, where he established the Sentinel, Thls'pnper he
made a conspicuous success, and one
of thn most, lookerl-for among the
growing list of provincial exchnnges.
T\<ui- ;,v.'.r:- ,in,- Mr. M'lriW'h d\"
pr\':ot\ nf tbo ^nntlnol. nnd* acquired
the Hartney Ktnv, of which he Is today tho oditor and proprietor.
Tho Star is housed in one of the
best offices of any country weekly in
tin* Went. I<s equipment is mm of
the moht modern in the province, uml
In the range of Its job typo';1 and the
taste displayed In Us selection, it
Ivis perhaps no rival in any town of
similar size In tho West, Like nil Mr.
Murdoch's newspaper ventures, particular enve I.s (riven tn the typographical appearance and display,
nnd the neatness nf the Star's advertisements hnve (i I most passed Into a
proverb among tho craft.
Mr. Murdoch's personal equipment
for conducting a country paper le
widely recognized by his fellow nowspapor   men-    Ho  bas a fine mental
Dirty woodwork or aity�� other *'Tpiir^"%f thtf^ hotiio that; requires ^
cleaning can best be cleaned by using
It will remove every particle of dirt and make the whole house
bright and Cheery. Absolutely pure, and every bar possesses �����
markable cleansing power.
ASK FOR THE OCTAGON BAR,
Sunlight Soap wathn tht flothts ivhitt and won't injur* th* hands*
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. !}t -���������'i.WJYW"'  :���������$* fitif":  JjJiJ������li->..-_  <is  !  THE POSSIBLE  MAN  By KEITH   CORDON  Copyright, 19W, by Keith Gordon  Miss Van Ordep. halted and regarded  the display In the windows of Berg &  Co. with 'kindling eyes. There really  was no excuse for her to linger at that  particular window, for Berg & Co., as  everybody knows, are haberdashers,  and Miss Van Orden was fatherless,  brotherless and unmarried.  "Talk about women's clothes," ran  her thoughts ns she reluctantly prepared to move onward. "Why, there  Isn't a window In town that compares  with this for" charm. Dresses���������ugh!  Ruffles, tucks, plaits, French knots and  fussiness! But this���������it's a poem! Just  imagine some big creature in that pink  bathrobe or"���������  With a silent laugh, she caught her  b!p between her teeth and moved down  the street toward the dry goods shops.  But the windows appeared cheap, overloaded and tawdry. Berg's store, with  its display of masculine attire whose  severity sometimes verged just near  enough to softness and beauty to be  fascinating, kept rising before her eyes,  and almost automatically she retraced  her steps in that direction.  By the time she again 'reached Berg  & Co.'s she had an idea that made her  giggle, though her eyes were bright  and her cheeks went pink. Some girls,  she reflected, hoarded china and silver,  others linen and still others old mahogany against the day when "time  and chance" should bring the man  whom they all confidently expected.  She would depart from such main  traveled ways and do something equally practical, though more unusual.  She entered the store rather timidly,  but the sight of a portly dowager at  one of the counters reassured her, and  she was soon examining bathrobes  with an ease and assurance that might  have been acquired by. years of shopping for masculine relatives.  "What size?" asked the clerk when,  after much hesitation between a pink  and a blue one, she had finally decided  on the former. _���������   ���������ATthT " "  1  t  ion "she stared at him In  blank amazement. "That is, how tall  is he?" he went on, judging from her  look that she failed to understand.  Then she recovered herself.  "Six feet," she answered, with a non-  cbalant,you-shouJd-bave-tnken-that-for-  grantcd air. And then, remembening  her preference in the matter, she added, "And broad���������very broad shouldered, you know," lu a manner so deliberate and composed that without  further* question* the clerk made out  the check for "Mrs." E. Van Orden  and solicitously begged her to look at  their, "spring shirtings and the newest  cravats.  "I don't think he needs anything in  that lino just now," sho "remarked,  with well assumed doubtfulness, ns  she languidly viewed tho stock.  "Do thoy���������would iny husband have  to bo measured for those shirts?" she  demanded,,' Tho clerk nodded.  "Rut we'll send,a man up any time,"  ho explained, wltli a pollto deslro to be  accommodating, The lady shook her  head.  "You see, that wouldn't do. Ho isn't  here-yot! But couldn't I give you his  collar m'onsuro and couldn't you just  mako thom proportionately?"  The clerk thought they might,  though thoy couldn't guarantee tho lit  undor thoso circumstances, and whon  his customer announced airily that that  wouldn't make tiny difference ho lookod  a trifle mystified,  Elolso monnwhllo emerged Into tho  street aglow with tho eagerness of a  rather bored young woman who has  found n now and Interesting occupation. Hor grandmothor Castle's carved  chest would bo tho very placo to keep  tho things, and fortunately It stood in  her room and had n mood strong lock,  No one but tho mnn, whoever and  whorovor ho was, should over know,  about thlrf oficapado of hers. Sho wondered, after all, If men ronlly wore  bathrobes llko that���������pink, all' softest  wool, llnod wltb thin silk and shock*  Ingly expensive, Then sho absolutely  chuckled aloud, What If tho man  should hnppon to hnvo rod hnlr? In  this world you never know who carries  tho key to your lionet until l\o arrives  on the scone some tine day and���������  Her meditations were cut abort by  tho salutation of n man who wan nana*  ing and whoso glanco carried something that uituhiuU hor attention. It  was something indescribable, oluslvo���������  a quick, keen lighting up of his face  nt tho sight of hor, as instantly vanish*  lug In tho calm, passive glance nf a  well bred acquaintance But she had  neon It���������tbnt strange, telltale look���������  and her heart beat moro quickly boat uso of lt.  Sho had mot him but twice���������once at  a dlnnor at Mrs, LovJmor's and afterward at tho Iinm:Uer cotillon���������but ho  was tho cousin of Iter dearest friend,  nml alio hnd heard moro or less about  "Philip" for years,  When nt last tho Httlo flutter of tbo  meeting had subsided sho remarked to  borsolf (Tomuroly.a cortalu coincidence  ���������-<Vauu������������y,   ��������� ZZSim ���������. S*i..i7p    SXAuBntuti    W������a  six feet tall, very broad shouldered,  nnd that black hair and gray eyes go  we|l with pale pink.  Before ber departure from town for  the summer Eloise's carved chest contained many treasures of masculine  wearing apparel. Among other things  six shirts���������it had taken her a forenoon  to select them, and it had almost been  her undoing���������had joined the pink bathrobe   ������������������ '--,.--  It was really the "swagger" monogram on the sleeve that had convinced  ber that she could not be happy until  she added them to his trousseau, as  she called It. She had decided, every  detail���������that on the pale gray one the  monogram should be in dark red, on  the tan In dork brown, etc���������when the  clerk, who had learned to know her  and whom she guiltily permitted to  address her as "Mrs. Van Orden,"  >\used, pencil suspended above his. or-  &ur book, as if waiting for some further instructions. She regarded him Id  surprise.  "That's nil," she said at last.  "But Mr. Van Ordeh's initials���������fpT  the monogram, you know," he prompt  ail  omiHu������l������  Eloise gasped. Never once had it  occurred to her that in order to have  that fascinating monogram on the loft  sleeve some initials would be required.  The floor showed no disposition to  open and swallow her up, and the clerk  sat watching her as if he might tap  his forehead significantly to his fellow  clerks once her back was turned and  shake his, head sadly. What should  she say?   The possible man���������  "Oh, T. P. M���������" she flung out with  hysterical relief as a thought occurred  to her.  "T. P. M���������" the clerk repeated, eying her reproachfully.  "Bight���������er���������they're not for Mr. Van  Orden," she observed firmly, giving  him look for look.  Neckties and scarfplns were added  to her collection without difficulty, but  wben it came to the purchase of a  waistcoat that lured her with its dash  and style the question of size again  cropped up.    By this time, however,  the clerk had learned ,to think of her  as the "eccentric Mrs. Van Orden" and i  was prepared for the vagueness of her ���������  orders.   Not even when she dreamily |  selected a pair of gray socks with dark  red clocks, to match the gray shirt,  and demanded them of a size Jo match.  a~No. TOT collar did he make any demur.  The time for leaving town had arrived, and the contents of the carved  chest were carefully arranged for the  last time and thon locked up with the  eweet scented bags of lavender.  Eloise sighed nt tho thought of leaving the things, for they bad come to  have a sort of personality of their own.  Thoy were beautiful In themselves, and,  besides, the one who was to wear them, j  should they ever, be worn, would be, for ,  her tho king of the world. I  She sometimes tried to picture him, [  but his face eluded her. Yet the face ,  of hor dream often bore a startling  resomblnnco to Philip Hamilton, and  that gentleman himself was becoming  a more nnd moro prominent fact in her,  life.  More than onco sho had surprised a  strange, tenso question in his eyes-a  speculative look that made her happy,  yot afraid, She.half wished that he  was not going to his cousin's for the  summer, slnco that would plnco thom  in tho samo littlo colony for tho next  throo months.  But ln tho wooks that followed, whon  riding, golf and moonlit evenings ou  tho broad plazas brought thom constantly together, her feelings underwent a ohango, and sho was appalled  nt tho desolation sho folt when ho ran  up to town for a few days, as ho did  now nnd then.  It was on ono of thoso occasions,that  sho found horso!f nlono on tho porch  ono evening, when a brisk stop sounded  on tho gravel,  Slio rose as Philip Hamilton sprang  up the steps nud camo toward hor in  tho soft moonlight, tlio tumultuous Joy  that sho supposed lilddon in hor heart  shining In her eyes and dancing on hor  lips,  IIo lookod down nt her for ono mo*  mont with eyes beforo whoso mastery  hor own wavered and foil. Thon, with  a low, con tou tod laugh, ho drew her  to lilm, whispering, "Thoro aro somo  things, my darling, that ouo does not  need to ask."  .......  It was ono raluy evening soon nftor  tho return from their wedding trip  that Elolso told her husband tho story  of tho trousseau lt had amused hor to  provide���������n rnle thnt ho llatonod to with  a gust of laughter.  "uh, my; oh, myl" ho groaned as sho  bold up tho articles ono nftor another.  "Vou certainly have good tusto, though,  llttlo girl," he nddod approvingly, "und  I hope they'll flt!"  Then his faco sobered, ond bo stared  at tho monogram on a shirt sleeve  llxodly for a second and tbon looked  up at hor with puzzled eyes, whllo she  watched him furtively, wishing that  sbo could get thut ridiculous, effeminate bivtlirulie nut of sight Without his  catching n glimpse of it.  "T. P. M���������" ho said r^owly. The words  Rounded llko water dropping on a bot  stove and eye* took on a steely light.  "I am waiting for you to explain," bo  said coldlv. .  Eloise made a little rush at him and  hid her face on his shoulder. "Don't  you see?" 6he murmured. "Why, you  silly boy, 'T. P. M.' stands for 'The'  Possible Man,' aud so, you see, it's your  monogram!"  . A great light broke over Philip's face,  and as a penalty for the momentary  clouding of his faith he wore the silk  lined bathrobe like a martyr.  A ���������Wmely Prompt.  A Baltimore man tolls of a dinner he  attended upon one occasion when a  clerical guest was requested to ask a  blessing. ������������������'-',"  The reverend gentleman complied,  hut once started on bis flow of invocation tliere seemed no indication that he  ever Intended to stop. On and on  swept the stream of eloquence while  the soup turned stone cold and tho  hostess looked appealingly at her husband.  Suddenly the host broke into tho  blessing witb a fervent and final  "Amen!"  The clergyman stopped and, with  beaming eyes. ejaeulateiS: "Ob, thank  you, thank you. I could not think of  the ward 'amen' to savo ������y life"���������Baltimore Sun  Dreaa Itt Japan.,  Between the sexes in Japan there is  very little difference in the main features of dress, and littler children are  only beautiful little miniatures of their  parents, more gayly and richly dressed.  Under his kimono a man of the upper  class wears a sort of kilted divided  skirt, something approaching the na- *  ture of trousers.   This is called the  "hakaina" and is always made of stitf  silk.  A woman wears instead an uu- !  der kimono.  Both sexes wear two little   aprons   round  the   loins,   called i  "koshi-maki," and a sort of shirt called ;  the  "suso-yoke."   The  narrow  sash  worn by a man is not an item of great,  Importance, for, although it ls always j  made of rich silk, it is not so much for j  thow as for use, to keep the kimono ia  place.  Girls and the Old Schools.  A ruling for a New Haven school  made in 1G84 reads, "And all girls b������  excluded as improper and inconsistent  with such a grammar school.as ye law  injoins and is the designe of this settlement." One Benjamin Mudge, &  New England schoolmaster of many  The Humbling  Of Jane  By BELLE MANIATES  Copyright, 1004, by, Belle Maniateu  yeaTs'~sen,ice~lial~leTt���������tlie"'"followingr  Interesting memorandum: "In all my  school days, which ended in l'SOl, I  never saw but three females in public  schools in my life, and they were only  ia the afternoon to learn to write."  Mr. Mudge neglects to say, however,  that the girls were permitted not only [  to the writing lessons, but they were  also privileged to attend the general  annual catechising.  "Come, pa!" commanded Jane Tivy  in bright, sharp tones. I  Titus Tivy, a meek, undersized man,]  responded to the summons and stood  unresistingly before his daughter while, [  in accordance with her biweekly custom, she prepared him for his trip to!  town.  First she'deftly folded a muffler  about  his   neck,   buttoned  his  great!  cont snugly over it and then put on his  cap, tying the earlaps in place.    She j  next,handed him the memorandum for |  groceries and a letter to mail, with in-1  structions to carry it in his haud all  the way "lest he forget."  When he had taken his seat in the  wagon amid the molasses jug, kerosene can and butter crocks, she put a  soapstone at his feet and tucked about  him a heavy blanket shawl In lieu of  a lap robe, albeit the day was bright  and sparkling. ''."���������-  *o' ,.  When he had driven away she went  serenely into the house to put the finishing touches to the toilet of her sister Rose, a girl of fourteen years. Rose  did not submit to her costuming as  meekly as her father had done. She  pouted at the hanging braids of hair,  bucked against the white "apron and i  begged for a dip to her blouse. Jane  authoritatively silenced and overruled'  these objections, and Rose went sullenly to school.  For five years, since the death of her  mother, Jane had held a tight rein over  the household, and its members were  strictly under Jane rule. She was a  woman of convictions. One of them  was that ber duty clearly lay in managing the affairs of others. People  were afraid of Jane. They submitted  to her domineering or avoided Jt.  There lived a man on an adjoining  farm, however, who was not afraid of  Jane. For some time he had resolved  to introduce her to her true self, and  he bad chosen this morning to do jt  He appeared amid the pots and kettles  and Jane.  ���������J!D_rop���������y-0_ur__work,,_Jane,_and���������sit  Foot or Organ Grinder.  "I sometimes feel," bitterly confided  the wife of the great poet to her sis-1  ter, "that I would have been happier  with an organ grinder.   Then we could .  at least pass tho hat around unnbash- j  ed.   The pride tliat goes with groat'  gifts too often walks hand in haud ,  with starvation to satisfy an ordinary  woman." v  Soiuv Oda Cuntom.i.  .'Although' a Japanese brido wears  whlto, tho color is not worn ns a sign  of rejoicing. In tho Flowery Kingdom  whlto Is a sign of mourning, and  .thoroforo the brido is drosaod as a  corpse to indlonto that thereafter sho  ls dead to hor own family.  A would bo bridegroom In Kamchatka hits to servo somo tlmo in a menial  position in his prospect I vo father-In-  law's household ln order that tlio  .bride's family may havo an opportunity of observing whether bin habit;* uud  tempera ment tiro worthy of her.  Among porno of the ancient Mexican  tribes the husband loft his pooplo and  dwelt with his, wife's family, whero ho  'seems to havo been considered of  minor importance.  Ilowiiltnl Humor,  Tho London Hospital lu Its column  headed "Humor la tho Wards," tolls of  a laboring man, uninnnied, well ovor  fifty, who was discovered mopping bin  oyos with n very wet handkerchief on  .tho evening of his arrival. No, he hud  no pain, hadn't hoard any bad news,  was not tmcouiforliihlo, hut ho had  novor loft homo before, and ho couldn't  help crying! A laborer In London and  n bachelor! Bo It ever so bumble Jt  ."wltts tbo money" ovor a hospital  Vard!  Alio (iot It.  "What do you think of brass  bnudii?" asked he thinking of thu freo  concerts at the park,  "UntMrt bunds nre belter tbnn none"  replied alio, contemplatively gazing at  tbo third finger of her left hnnd, "but  what's the mattor wltb a gold baud?"  Accounted Por,  "Young t^pi-iidi'iii insists thut ho  doesn't ouro tor money."  ������������������of course not. Ho has nono to care  for."  The name thing over ngntn Is bettsr  {tan nothing,--! tails* New*.  down.   I want to talk to you."  "Well, Joel, I guess you'll have to  choose some other time for visiting.  I'm no lady of leisure. This is my  time to work."  "Jane," said Joel, with a new, quiet  ring in his voice, "you are going to  listen to me now. I bave waited your  convenience just as long as I am going to."  Jane's nostrils dilated dangerously,  but her heart beat faster than It ever  bad before, although she had "kept  company" with Joel for six years.        |  ���������'Joel Dixon," sbe replied, snapping  off bor words ai- if she were biting |  thread, "that' isn't the tone to tuko \  with me   It doesn't go!   I have,no j  time to listen to you now." |  Joel's stock of patienco bad endured  for six years. It was how exhausted.  He recalled tho vision lie had encountered on his way hither of Titus Tivy  driving to town. Ho gavo a short  laugh ut tho recollection, squared hia  shoulders for action and crossed the  kitchen to Jane, Ho took t*o dishcloth  from bor, throw It on tho lloor and, taking her arm, marched hor Into tho sitting room and seated hor on tho plush  sofn.  "Now we'll talk business," be said  decisively,  Jane was silent from sboor surprise,  but Into bor being woro inoculated  tlio germs of fear, respect and liking  for Jool-tlny germs, it Js true, but destined to flourish.  "I hnvo waited six years for you to  namo tho day, Jane If you don't do  It, I shnll, After your mother's donth  it was ronsonnblo to expect to wait a  yoar or maybo two, but I'll wait no  longer."  Juno was returning to bor normal  condition.  "Wo must wait a year," sbo decreed.  "Tbo mortgago will bo paid thon. Rose  Will bo through school,"  "You'll marry mo a month from to-  duy or not at nil," ho suid composedly.  Jnno Jumped to bor foot.  "Indood! Well, I nm not golntf to bo  forced or tbrontonod by you. Joel Dixon, I'll not marry you until I seo Ut!"  "Jane" ho replied coolly, "you nro  acting undor tho mistake of thinking  you nro nocessary to your father and  Iloao, They'd got along a grout dual  better without- yon���������nr morn tn thotr  liking anyway."  "What do you moon?" sht cried ln  surprise  "What I soy, You haven't beon so  successful running things hero as you  think nnd tliere*������ twin? tn bo no >���������������,>������!.  coat rulo at my bouse. Today's Wednesday. You Just think over what I  lmvo said, and Saturday nbout thlx  timo I'll como ovor ngulu and provo up  what I said,"  Having thus spoken, Joel departed,  and Jane returned to the abstracted  washing of dishes with new food for  thought.  When ber father wns unfolding the  Wingvllio Weekly tbat afternoon sbo  astonished him by saying:  "Pa, haven't 1 managed tbt bouse  well ond kept up things sinct ma  meaT* "  ffitus Tivy peered at her over bis  Bpectacles and paper. He did not answer witb the alacrity sbe bad expected.  "Well, Jane," he finally snid, "I guess  you're the best cook and housekeeper  in these parts. There ain't a lazy bone  in your body."  Jane was uot satisfied.  "That is not what I raeaa Havent  things been as you liked? I've ulways  done what I thought was for the best."  "Why, Jane"���������he hesitated���������"your  >c*j may be the best, but folks don't  always want the best way. They want  their own way."  Jano said no more then, but wben  Rose came in from school she said to  ber:  "Rose, don't you wear the best clothes  of any gir1 tn school V"  "Maybe 1 do," replied Rose a little  crossly. "But what's the pleasure in  good clothes If you can't wear them aa  you wiuitt������?"  Again Jane was silenced.  "They say," continued Rose pertly,  "that Joel Dixon's sweet ou tbe new  t**Mif>hw-?'  A great fear smote Jane. Then she  rallied. If Joel Dixon wanted a little,  meek, clinging vine woman for a wife  he could take Lucy Wicks and welcome. But Rose's speech rankled and  lingered in her memory through the  week, and she anxiously awaited what  Saturday might bring forth.   *  It brought Joel just as she was starting her father for town. As Titus gathered up the reins Jane Intercepted the  exchange of winks between her father  and her, lover. This troubled her, and  she was in a puzzled rather than an  antagonistic mood when left alone witb  Joel.  "Come with me," he said, taking her  by the arm and marching her out of tho  house. Surprised, she suffered herself  to be led or rushed through the orchard, down the hill to where the road  wound its way.  "Now,- stand behind this tree and  watch out." he'isaid.  Wondering if he had gone crazy, she  did as he directed. She saw her father  drive jogging Fleetwood up to a zigzag  corner of the rail fence, get out, take  the soapstone, wrap it in tbe shawl  and pitch it behind a stump. Then be  unbuttoned his coat, threw his muffler  under the cushion, took off his cap",  ���������doubled_back_the~oarlaps���������inside���������the-  crown, put the letter and memorandum in bis pocket, got back In tbe buggy and drove awny.  Jane looked at Joel, a light of new  Intelligence creeping Into her eyes.  "Has he"���������  "He has. For five years. He knows  what be'wants.and has had his own  way right along, only be thought it  was easier to let you think you were  having yours."  She turned1 bnck toward tbe house,  Joel accompanying her.  "And has every one about hero  known It?" she asked faintly.  "Yes; they have thought it n good  Joko on you, and thoy liked your father too well to glvo him awny."  Sho looked so utterly miserable that  be almost butnot quite relented.  "No, don't go In the houso yet," ho  Bald, "Thoro goes Rose down the  rond. When sho's ont of sight I want  you to follow."  "I don't need to," replied Jano quietly. "I supposo sho stops and remakes  ber toilet too."  "Yos, sho hides her apron under a  stono, perks up her front hair and jerk;,  up tho braid to meet It and pulls down  her shirt waist."  Sho sat down on tho steps,  "Then nil these years," slio snid bitterly, "I'vo been a failure and a joke"  "No, Jane You havo simply mnde  tbo mistake a great many competent  women moko���������of wanting to boss."  Sho was silent. Joel thought ho  snw an effort to hldo a tent* and felfc  encouraged. IIo sat down beside her  and put his arm about hor,  "A month from lust Wednosday,  Jane"  Sho turned hor bond awny.  "Oh, you'd better tnko Lucy Wicks.  She'd never try to boss you. You need  a woman with no will of her own."  "No, Jano," ho said gently, 1 timing  hor fnco toward him, "1 need you,"  A Fntnl OvciNlirlit.  An American was showing an Bug-  IIsli friend nbout the capital.  "Our government Is vory economical," sn Id tho American. "When wo'vo  nn extra thick fog, they suck it Into  a big cistern and convert It Into paint  for tho warships and buildings."  "Ileally!" said tho Britisher, "Talk-  Ing about fogs reminds mo thnt tn?  brother Invented a machlno for com-  plowing Luudon log into brick*, and  ono thick November dny ho tewed out  cnouyh material to build u country  house  "Yes. he did, lie movw) Into thin  new homo tho next April and was a  happy man tor two weeks*, until one  morning ho found himself, ulno bis  family, lying out on tlio cold, damp  ground, lu company with aomo blta ot  furniture nnd miscellaneous Joinery,  Tl.c ho\tsi.o l.;ul guiu>, bm it wns t'uo  thickest morning ever seen In those  pints. Uf course you can guess what  bad happened. In tbe night those fog  bricks had foreebow pone back Into  tbelr original element."  "Woll," drawled tbe Yankee. "I  reckon yer rcl'tivo ongbt tt> havo gtawd  them ht\ena:'*-mt-ma,  m ���������1������    "'���������'   '    '   Jmn    win���������-MM Telegraphic  News  Short Coa  E, EMDE,  ���������fokio; Itt���������The Russian casutl-  W- i-   the engagements from   J.������n,  ���������o'.o29, ate nuw estiwaied   ai be-  .\t������een,36,l00and 42,000 and those  of ihh Japanese "at '7,000.  StPetei.burg-   lst-Gen.   Kuropatkin it! <le.-pa.chet! dated Jan. 30,  ported Japauewlos^- in-.recent  tiAhtii.jS were heavy,   uuiny    being  ���������   b^c^iedandsHULd.     lhe u>ui  number of Japanese  prisoners ex.  c-.eds30l).     Russian losses Jan 28  among advance posts were 5 uilieere I  and 50 men.      Russians  continue  W successfully bombard  Sandepass  where many Japanese   have   been  frozen to dea th.  St Petersburg, lst-Grand Duke  Vladimir inumateR that ihe people  ������>* Russia, wM.soou be given a mea-  ���������     Bure of representative   government.  Mukden, lst-Ruusian  losses the  last few days were   10,00(������.     Gen.  Sulkeiberg'B corpa were the heavi  est lost-es- '���������...."���������  , Lundon, lsl-Daily  Mail's corre  'spondent at Warsaw says' that ihe  restoration of comparative peace  through the city U atili in a condition oi dangerous ferment. 1 here  has been Ruling'in oulei suburbs  a-ndmucn t.eacherous stabbing .o1  goidiers. Careful investigation out.-  vinces ine that, the dead number 8UU.  Mukden, 1st���������Cannonading on  the centre and ripht commenced to  ,!fty." Husaan army has re-uccupi  jed its old positions having returned  . jromSanchiapu  nine Course  '"PHIS CONTAINS only the information'  necessary to quality persons to yasa  the Miue Poreuiau'a hJxauuuatious. It requires leas work and less time than the  complete course, yet those that finish it wili  have a good kuowltdge ������1 tho art of ininiug  Subjects Taught in tho Course.  ArithiKviiit'. '       .,        .  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Bu������ines������ English for the Business Man.  Compound-Word:    How to Write Them.  Studies in Eugli&h Literature.  $1 a Year.   Send 10c for sample copy  COKRECT ENGLISH, Evansion, III.  '.p  *H  'J.  s!  ������l  ���������ul  ���������*1  6-.j  Hotel  in on  Enali^h 4 x BURTON always on ta,.;     al������o, the famous MILWAUKEE  BRER-;��������� Anhei.wr.  B. heuiia-.jSchii'Z, 8ns:       "Ol.n fiRRY BRARD"        -    .. i������H������.,JSchii'z, se.       "OLD GREY BEARD'  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wnea and Liquors of sll kinds.  The Boarding aud Lodgiug D. partment, uu der the immediate superintendence uf S4as  Davis, will be found First clas< iu every respt-ot.  BATES,  $l.oo per day upwards.  Bank of Carfada  mid up),. .....$3,000,000  Ul  -J  <  QC  O  Ll  CO  LU  Capital (paid up),,  .$3,  Keserve Fund ,. .3,  i.000,000  Keserve Fund    ....'. ., .3,000,000  Undivided Profits,........     192,505  T. E. KENNY. President. E L. PEASE. Gensrai, Mjlnachlr.  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,..  Savings Bank Department :--.Depoxita <>f $1 and upwards reoeived ;   Interest; si*  lowed at cun cut rates, compounded twice each year on 30,h June and 31st DeeMnbeK*  " ' >ught and sold, ������  R. E. WALKER, Manage*.  to 3;     Saturday, 10 to 12;     open Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9 p.m  Drafts ou all paints bought and sold  OFFICE HOURS 10  mwui.n'"M������*  NOTICE.  -Of  )tu*j������*i*jUlw,er WOT3  Uie gtavily of the Bftulin^bB^^  lhe uovenunent has invested navaL  andminuiy (joramanders with full  power to repress dividers. Over  900 arretits have been made.  Victoria. iBt-Tho Gazette con  tains the following Comox .appoirtt-  pients;���������License Coaimissiouers, C.  Ji. Taibell, U*- Crthew, Thos.  Xurub'4'll. CUief License Jnspeolur  Constabla Thouipson,  OuwberlanU  Cnmloerlaiid  NOTARY   PUBLIC.    CONVEYANCER,  pIIl ESTAl'E INSURANCE AGENT  COMMISSIONER SUPREME COUR1 Bt  Kentn" received,"'..debts   collected,  iTarms valued,     Deeds registered,  Campbellsv: BAKERY.  A Tine Selection of CAKES   always   on  hand.  FBESH BREAD every day.  Orders for SPECIAL OAKES promptly attended to.  Dunsmuir Avenue, DumLerland.  . . SMOKE..  j  TENDEBS,  Be Mortage Sale of ..Property  hereinafter inentioAed  , ���������fENDKUS will b������ reooivod by the under-  signed up t������ one o'clock pm, Snu day,  February JHh, 1905, for the ptiroha������e of  the WoBt half o! North VV eat .quarter of  Sootion T������n, and thu Wun1. fiiilr' ot the  South Wt<Bt qutvrtnr of Seotion Suveiittcn,  Hornby Wand, Nanaimo UrnM-iisi, locally  known an "O.T. Mitcht<U'������ Pl������o������,''  The und'ii8i������iied dooi not bind himsolf lo  accept uuy tend r.  C.N. WKS'l'WOOD, Mortyiigoo.  22 King's Road, Victoria, JjO,  wmmmmaaammaamammmmeamwxaammam  Now In Ur 38th Vear i||S  Tits loR'llnrr mlnln������ poi'lodlcm of the   j5?5  worl.l, with i!iq UMi-.cmt editorial stad    SB  "s! Sti!,s'j:-|)ition $1'. .00 u yew il'T.ludlni} ms  lit 'Thi   JonnvAt, t-'-i\  Pto-mc  Coast !^J  US p.-ii'i!;li co|.Us. free.  Rond fr.r t'.ook tf''  i'l Cntili'.v.e. m  yM Tun KM������tMi*wit'.im nn>l Mihiim J.-iiifiAi, lilts  ['���������J 2t.l liioudwity, Now Voi'k ||8  -��������������������������������������������� "  ��������� t  I'lication  will  be  maae  uu ui.c *-.-6.   AuBembly oF the Province o������ Bi-tc;sh Columbia at its next seasi>������n for aa Aut ex ten I-  iug the tiuid for tiie oouiuiencetnent "f ihe  constructiou of the Company's line of railway and for tho expenditure thereon, nf tou  per cent- of the amount of the capital anrl :  reducing' the. amount of ihe oapitai ami permitting tho Company to construct Uie railway in Mt'otio.tis.  Dated the 24'.h January, 10^5.  Barnard & Rogers,  Solicitors for the Applicants.  "AdITJSIO.  ORCHESTRA   of irom ��������� 8 to 5  in-1 rum i-MitH  for danws   or   oilier  functions supplied al sbo-1. notice.  P. MONTE,  Dunsmuir Avenue.  OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOuOf  " o  '37d^w^^siirp^"&c"draw^  OFFICES.    CUFBERLAND, B.C  "Ici on Parle Francais."       FoTcANDIES       f  Novelties, Pictures,  Frames and cleaning  of frames.  "DTTiuNPEN^  Cumberland.  NOTICE,  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way Lb of   the   Union   nolhjr.  Company by any Wn0* .^Pl  Bo'nB--exoopt train crew-ie stnctlj  Zhibicd Employes are sub-  StdLn^lfoMtllowtng^e  By order  Francis D  Little  Manager.  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM"  A  UNION1 MADK ClUAR  "FROM" THE���������"  1 Cuban Oigar Factory  M. J. BOOTH, Proprietor,  NANA.I.M0. B.C.  W^Verly  f}otel  First-Class Accommodation   at Reasonable Bates ...  TBEST-aF-^IN-ES-A-trlQ'eORS���������  S. SHORE,  PROPRIETOR.  *%l  0  0  o  ���������O  0  0  I am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  O  o  o  c  o  o  N 0 T I 0 IS.  T bog to inform tho public tha  on a d after J���������naary Ut, 1004, rt-y  Z*Jnew will be strictly ci.Bh, hs ho  8tlliSfUCti������T: H. CAREY, Taii-o,  >pHE ADVANTAGE  the puhlic  hns in purchasing where thoy  live i������ tht'y nee th������> 'article and  are  not disappointed as when Binding  a\vay. >���������..'".  P. Stoddart,  Watchmaker    and    Jeweler,  sell's goo'lB at Eastern Prices und  hat? a nice stock to select from.  EVERYTHING in SOLID GOLD  All pwchiiM* engraved  .... frea * tf charm? . **,.  P.  STODDART,  Dunsmwu Ave., Cumberland.  i  JOHiN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS.  OMARS A TO'BAOGOS.  -pr  HARNESS  \\J   WILLARD is prepnrod to  * * *   fill uiiy Ordera for Fine or  Heavy Harnusi, at short ootioe,  >>2  r 1  0 D. KILPATRICK      5  O CUMHKKLAND Q  O o OOOOOOOOOOOOOO )()  MFN AND WOMKN   tn this county  M |'..N .uy/        ...Minripa    tO     retirUSfnl  ������   ce."ry������     po������������ii;������ Pcrnuina���������.  Mon.ni������iil������ , ChJuHKO, l������-  j       WILLIAMS BROS.        '*  ;Liverv Stable;  i Tbambtkrs and Dhaymkn ;  '. BinciW' and Dnuiujo win *  ;   von Hthk.   Au, Ohdrhi   ;  ;     PrOMPTKY    ArVKNUKi)   TO,     !  ; Third St,, Cumberland,B.C.  WILLARD BLOCK,     Cumberland,  Banaimn Cigar factory  SMOKE  ENTERPRISE  CIGARS  BEST   ::   ON   ::   KAKT.H.  CJS ,-i-n-ari  Maunfactured by  V  GABLE St 00,, NANAIMO, B.O,  (t  r**  TO m DBAWN 3T0K,  ,. .  xr-.t\.,b  A\\ M film.  '   -   ���������    v. \- Y>rl'     n  perfect  ���������t1X.li. 2.V.:. f.Tl.-Al'B'y "���������'������������""  ,,   ���������      r|,.,,,  ic   <m   ('Xim'Hhi  Nuplor&P.rnWiKH.  STAY AT THB   YEN DOME.  stSf   Am. (Jonvkmbnokh run Uvtwrx.  TjIKIUUIH .StJPI'UKU Willi  Best Liquors and Cigars  r. 8, uoiiisaraoN,  , H. TARiihLL.  High Grade Stoves  and all K.tobe.. B������quirement������  BP0RT8MENS GOODS  &UKNWHAL HARDWARE  ^"SeTCoW fa One Day  Cam Grip  |S Two Days.  on every  box.25o. THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. B. AHDERSfcS,    ���������      . -      Mqr.  The ooiuums of TttE News are open to all  who nvihIi to expruHM cbereiu views o mat*  torn of publio iuttretc.  While we do oot hold ourselve* re ���������vm������i������  l>U for the utterances of correspondent, we  eserve the i-'ght of declining to insert  oimuanioations unnecessarily personal.  WEDNESDAY, FEBY. 8.    1905  ' V������8piniait & lilanaimo ly  The Company reserves the fight to  change without previous notice, Steamers  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  .Excursion Tickets'on Sale from and tp  ;ill Stations, good lor going journey Saturday 3nd Sunday, returning nut later  than Mondav.  Geo. L. Courtney,  Traffic Manager.  Cumberland  Hotel  l  I  s. s. "City of Nanaimo.  Sails, from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling .������t North Saanich  Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay and Crofton  when freight or passengers offer.  Leaves Nana.mo Tuesday, e p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Uhton Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m'.', for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.������i;, for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Frida\, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, calling at Crofton, Maple  Bay, Cowichan Bay and North Saanich when freight or passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NA1X AIMO ROUTE  S.S.     "JOAN."  Sads from Nanaimo 7 a.m. daily except  Sundays. ���������  Sails from Vancouver alter arrival of C.  P.R. Train No. 1. daily except Sun-  duys, at I p.m.  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET,  CUMBERLAND  B. C.  Mrs. J. H. Piket, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland be sure  and stay at the Cumberland  Hotel, First-Class Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms and  Public Hall  Run in Connection with  Hotel  Sale of Crown Granted Mineral Claims for Unpaid Taxes in the Comox  Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  HEMY'S IUES1RIIS,  3010 Westminster Road  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the seventl\day of November, a.d , 1904, at the hour of  Ton o'clock a.m., at the Cnurt-houee, Cumberland, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction the Mineral  Claims in the li?t hereinafter set out, of the persons in paid licit hereinafter ^t out, of which Crown Urants  have been issut-d, for 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 ie*\ie of the Crown Grants  and tor the expenses of advertising this notice.  If the taxes and expenses of advertising, as set out in said list, are not paid to ine on or before the  day of sale, the claims may be sold to the highest bidder, nnd a conveyance t-xecttM to tho purchaser  of all right and interest in said claims legally alienated by the Crown, by the Crown Grants thereof.  In the event of there being no purchaser, or if the price offered shall not be sufficient to pay the  taxes and expenses of advertising, the laud shall absolutely revert to the Province and the Crown Grants  thereof shall be deemed void.  .'���������'' LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  HO M E GROWN AN D IM PORTED  Garden, Field ind Flower Seeds, now in  stock and tested as to vitality. Wholesale and retail.  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   ..  RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES,   GREENHOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  for Spring I'lantiny  I  ���������  .,m TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  OCTOBER 5eh, 1904;  VIOTORIA TO WELLINGTON.  N������ 2-Daily. Nd. 4��������� Rnm'ay  A.M. P.M,  De 9 00. Victoria". ..Da. 3,00  ���������������.  9.28 Coldatream    ... ','   3 28  ��������������� 10.24 K������fcuiK'a  "   4.24  "11.00. .Duncan's...���������....'"."���������"5.00  r.H. pm.  " 12 85.. .Nanaimo  "   6 42  Ar, 12.53.. Wellington Ar. 6 55  WELL! .'JO'    N   TO VICTORIA.  No. 1���������DaiI No. 3-Sunday  A.M. A.M.  De,   8.00........WelHtiRton...,  De. 3 0  "   8.20........N*uftimo,...... ���������������   3,15  10.02........Dui-onu's. ...... .. ���������������������������  5.00  " 10.42........Kwuig'rt... .... "   536  ��������������� 11.38  Cil(lHtr������������,m,.... "   6,32  Ajr 12.06.... ...Victoria  Ar 7.00  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets on sale, ������ood over rail and steau.er  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special tratos and steamers for Excursions, and reduced rites for parties mny  be arranged for on application to the  Troffii'. Manager.  ���������FERTILIZERS���������  BEE   HIVES   and    SUPPLIES  Green house full of Plant?, Cut Flowers  b'liiral Work. Catalogues free, or  "canXnd"e"l������Tnine~"sToclc:  Gold Fields of B C  Wilson, SenbJer & Bioomfield  D������ Btck, Bauer & McKi-uon  Chaut.e Afiiiiiig Co  Frederick Arm Mining Co  MoOallum.D  Hoare, J H  FjnifieldExploration Syndicate  ".. ������������������ *t  Douglas Pine Mining Co  Nash. Martin  VThaleu, Wm  De Buck, Bauer & MoKinnon  CohIbou C, Fisber CH, Hoare J H  Biuer, i VV A  DESCRIPTION OF CLAIM.  ii  Fairfield Exploration Syndicate  <������  ii  ii  EASTERN PRICES OR LEiS.  M. J. HENRY,  VANCOUVER, B.C  Morrochi Bros,  BAEZEBS  ���������I  *  ������.  <<  il  (I  DREAD, Cakes and Pies delivered daily to any part of City.  '2SL322LS'. Groceries  HOLY  TRINIT VCHURCH  SERVICES.  Holy Communion everv Sunday at 8 pm.  ���������first Sunday in tlie month, ii am.,  Morning service, it a.m.j .Sunday-,  School, 2.30 p, m.; Evening, service,  7 p.m.; Chotr Prnctice every Friday  at 7 30 p.m.  F...G, Christmas Pas-or.  /  Wells, Ma'colm K  IUiiley ai.(JI Shaw  Radley, W V  lludley ami Shaw  ������%i[1eyJ_w_v_____  "Raciley and~Shaw  Ferguson, Robt Chas  <<   -.' II  <���������   - 11  McKimioD, Jno McL  De Book, Geo W  Cullen, James  Mather?, Adam and John  Ma;hers, Adam & John & Manson L  MntherB,  John   &   Adam,   and)  McLaughlin,  Wm Heury j  Mathers,   John   &  &datn,   and)  McL&nghliu, VVin tleory f  McLaughlin, Wm Heuny  Bobl>y Burns,  Hetly Green  Dauiel Webster  Foodie Dog  Julie  White Piue,  BlueBellH,  Gold Bug, "  Dash wood, "*..������  Shootty,             . ������'  Gplcondj, "  Dorotha Morton, '���������  Eva, ������������  , Douglas Pine, "  Goid TCx<>tiauge, "  Cone Fraction, "'���������  Champion,      . '<  Commonwealth, "  Jennie B, "  Empress, ���������������  Enid, ii  ���������Stella, "  Blucher, ���������������  Wellington, "  Waterloo Fraction *'  Contact Fraction *���������  Banker, "  Comox Fraction, "  Bercy, "  Lot 201,  ������    202,  'IP'S,  204a  233,  234,  235,  240.  248,  243,  244,  Valdtz Island  Il 1.  11 11  Chanue Island  '.Phillips Ann,  Thurlow ialaud  Frederick Arm  11 .1  Dorpthy Morton fr'c'n, 300,  PhRlips Arm  Eatero Bibiu  263, Phillips Arm  254.     .*���������������������������������*.. ii  271,    Thurlow Island  272,  273.  276,  277,  278,  279,  '280,  281,  288,  289,  290,  326,  291.  297,  299,  Chimnatig,  Douglas,  Maggie May, .  Black Prince.  Harbour  Harbour Fraction,  Volunteer,  ^Protection,  "Adamj  Sunset,  Moliy Gibson,  laiB,  Annie Laurie,  Riverside.  Tlieodosia,  Silver King,  Blue Jacket,  Copper Chief,  Coppor King,  Niuikieh,  Klaaiich,  Magnet,  Lutitia,  Vulcan,  319,  320,  322,  318,  353,  354,  355,  356,  "3577  358,  3S9,  384,  386.  387',  X831,  1832,  1833,  1834,  1835,  127,  128,  129,  II              II  >'  Fauny Bay  1 '.''    " *  Phillips Arm  11       .1       '   *.. '  11       .1  ii       11  Frederick Arm  ii ���������*      *.i"  .1          11  ",.   ������������������*.'.  Phillips Arm  ii       11  ��������� ii ������������������. ** * ;���������������*  ��������� <         .1  11         11  ii         u  ���������          II   :        .   .'    <���������  -    *   .1                          'iff        '���������-"'-  Menzics Bay  ���������     11  ��������� *������i '**'���������' **  11  :;  UnDaid  Taxes  11 00  9 00  7 25  13 IM)  48 75  Si 25  13 00  10 25  11 25  8 00  26 00  12 50  10 50  40 00  18 75  1 25  75  -.5  Phillips Arm  11       i j  ������������������       1  Malaspina Inlet  11  11  11  11  Rupert  .  11  "     130,  "     132,  11  11  a  5  53 75  11 25  58 75  32 50  <T2 50  61 25  47 50  1 25  10 25  5 00  12 50  6 00  13 00.  12 25  12 50  21 50  5 75  2 50  12 25  J_3_00  12 7 0 .  12 00  12 50  34 50  39 00  34 50  44 00  45 00  40 00  46 00  11 50  12'50  8 25  10 50  9 75  9 00  "I  ft*3  o. *���������  ������*"���������<  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 uo  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 uo  2 i������o  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 uo  2 nO  2 .0  2 no  2 00  2 1,0  2 no  2 00  2 06  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 uo   2_oo_  2 no  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  rroTAL  13 00  11 UO  9 to  15 00  bo 75  84 25  15 00  12 i5  13 25  10 00  as 00  14 50  12 50  42 00  20 75  3 25  7 75  7 25  55 75  13 25  60 75  31 50  64 50  68 28  49 50  3 25  12 25  7 00  14 50  8 00  15 00  14 25  14 50  23 50  7 75  4 50  14 25  _15_00_  2'ob  2 00  2 00  14 75  14 00  14 50  36 50  41 00  36 50  46 00  47 00  42 00  48 00  13 50  14 50.  10 25  12 50  11 75  11 00  Datert at Cumberland 7th October, 1804.  JOHN BAIRD, Assessor,  Comox Assessment District,  Cumberland Post Office.  UNION BREWING Co,  NANAIMO,   B.C.  Tho yearly return of the Bock Beer Boo,son is   of interest to iho  brewer as well as the publio, and the  UNION BOCK BEER FOR 1904  Will again chow that apooial care hns been takon in the manufacture) of the superior  urtiule,   Tho Uut'm Brewing Co. '* Book lias bom broweed for a number of months  and storod in their famou* collars until it has roaohed tho propor age, and U now  ON DRAUGHT AT ALL HOTRLS,  mm  lABIQiHBnHIHiliWIWiV  SI  POINTERS  IN RK0ARD TO THC  nor'-west mm  Obtainable In Packets cUo Id, bulk,      The beit.valun in the market.  LOCAL AGKNTS���������Oumbebund, -  COUBTRNAY,    ���������  MoBurs Napikb & PAimupaH,  MtBsru J. Mcl'iiKi; & Bon.  ra  pitau.nto on thc 9th tnu iotm or *ttcn mo  pt*\**1t-f Nn. 1    It l" a ',-nirclv Wnif-ti I' h-hII"ii .SiTioiilln1"! J'ninr t''il' WrMtiiii  Cttinrll :i l*.. uifi* ti <. fn.i.iini,u.  I'o.ult.- Nt������.  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Anyono aondlna n okotch .ind description mnjr  sirolmhly putoiitiiDle. Ceinitsusiioatloiiix .trtiiOr  ouiiildoiitlul. Oldest aBont'j- rorsortirliiu piUnnta  tn Araorlon.   Wn havo.n WnnliiiiHton otfloo.  I'rttonts taken through Munn A Co. roiwlT*  ipoolul notioo in tlio  8CIENTIFI0 AMERICAN,  twanttful'y llhmtrntod   Inrirost olrculnttoi tat  5ny;wilontltto journal, weokljr, tormi������8.C() n,y������������ri  l.NUijf maiitliK Hpmilinon coplw nnd IUXO  IOOK on TATHNTd win froo. AAiirou  MUNN   A   GO.,  im ���������������. ��������� *y  *3  \V,'T^������J^ '  THE HUDSON'S BAY CO.,  DISTEIBUTINQ AQENTB, VICTORIA, B.O,  I  ���������  H  ���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������BMHIIRRI  tlKlilill'iKttM tn1|)'illlr������iH������,n|ital Xiri'i*  Niimlwf ft'i I im Iiii i������..������ ii . .1... i li u,  'Ihivii n.'rynti Wi,,|,*tiin������| "iiiiiiiii^h  ymi will r>ni..'.   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W  t an'!t'iiiii'<.4vv|ti*kigl)  . /A, ll, I'/ffi.  ���������i! jt nn'* unit nuiiii'ilw  '  ,   ���������'���������������������������   i    ���������    i   i ���������.: ��������� i���������,������������������:, v.i H".m������.im������iit ll-'.-m  MlUl) ll,     l If yUUf   1'.. 1.  -,|l:.ll VVtltlM'gll.    4. . LWi.  Snii.lf,.t-|l.  ' i. stevens Jmim tool co.  P.O. 8CX4C0I   ,  OHIOOPIK PAULa, MAfiO. U.O.A.  ....  > "uruonier tn4 la'  ��������� . ii i tfiin. t  C n't  Hu'  .SI'P.VHN'i, v������ ii. Iii <ii'  li,' i, l'X|,H':.i   j..������i .tl.i  niMiir-'-riii^ri''' ���������'���������  "'"���������fi JmJv: in "" T^smrhhrrk^^  i  0������0������000������OCO������0������0������0������OtO������0  ��������� ���������  o  o  o  I THE GIRL  I OF THE  ORCHARD  0  0  o  o  By HOWARD FIELDING   ���������  D Copyright, 1901, by Cbari.es W. Eookb O  D������C������0������CoO������0������OG������0������0������0*Q������0������0  CHAPTER XV.  THE BUND MAX.  Mi|y conversation with Derringer  J had cleared all mysteries except the conduct of Mr. Scovel. Whatever change had  taken place ln my view of tlie young  lady whom I bad known as Anna Lamoine 1 could not conceive that any  man should run away from her because  of her looks. There Is vast variety of  Individual taste In such matters and  yet not enough to satisfy the conditions  of the problem.  Either Scovel had seen somebody else  or the youug lady had assumed a form  of disguise, perhaps upon a warning. It  Was not improbable that Jimmy had  guessed the lawyer's Intention, seeing  him go out for a walk equipped with  his fieldglasses. and had promptly conveyed his Information to the apple tree  lodge.  I was considering this matter as I  walked in the north grove after luncheon and was really very near tbe truth  about lt when I came somewhat unexpectedly Into a path that led me to the  familiar scene of Mr. Trask's artistic  endeavors. My first clear view down  the path showed me Lucy Ann, and  ihe seemed to be Indulging in room  form of exercise. She was pacing back  and forth under the north tree ln a  highly energetic manner. The plain  gray gown displayed her form and carriage to excellent advantage, and I waa  then first aware that nature had very  remarkably favored her. She had a  girlish figure, slender, but most gracefully rounded. There was good breadth  of shoulder, and her head was well set  in the way that shows a high spirit.  I judged that she was parading thus  at Trask's command, so that he and  Miss Jones might make a study of attitudes, and somehow the idea filled me  lwithAvrath.--I_strode-OUtJnto���������the_cIear-  m tMawtwrnrma-wmtwammwat  ed space as one who intends to do  something Important, and when I suddenly perceived that Lucy Ann'was  alone I had the sensation which comes  of ascending one more step than there  is upon a flight of stairs.  She had stopped at the noise of my  advance, and we exchanged a glance  before either spoke.  "I thought Mr. Trask and Miss Jones  were here," said she. "That la how 1  happen to be hero."  "Lucy Ann," said I, "did you ever  try walking as a relief to the mind?  When anything goes wrong, I can almost always get rid of it by pacing tho  floor."  "When anything soes- wrong with  me," sho replied, "I make It go right.  That's better than getting rid of it."  , "You speak with tho confidence of  youth," said I.  "Why shouldn't I?" she answered.  "I have youth, nnd anybody can get  confidence. So thoro you uro. 1 havo  faith to bellevo that I shall havo what  I want lu tho world."  "Might I veuturo to nsk for a few  dot a lis V"  Slio sat dowu upon the grass and  fanned herself lazily. Splendid self  control the girl had. There was not a  sign that her soul had beeu boiling  Within her so recently. But for tlmt  glimpse of her tlmt 1 hud had, walking,  thero like a little tigress In n cage, L  nover should have guessed tbat she  wns not altogether nt pence.  "I wnnt to travel," she said.  "It's not much fun to travel alono," I  suggest ed.  "L will toll you a secret," she ro-  ���������ponded. "It's not for the fun tlmt I  Should go, but JtiKt to travel."  "To get away from old surround'  tags?"  "It la so beautiful hero!" sho cried.  "Who eould wish to go nwny? No, no; I  want to take the surroundings with ino  and leavo myself nt home. Can you dls*  entangle that nonsenseV"  ������������������Busily," I replied. "And ronlly It  Isn't nonsense. It Is always possible to  go nwny nnd leavo yourself at homo.  Tho train starts every minute, nud as  much of you as you please gets aboard.  The trouble is that most of ub aro deadly enreful that our regrets nnd our  anxieties  shnll  uot  mitis  tlto  train.  PiinV^ ',���������**,*!, x ,%i%%* Muv \eei-i* 'eot on tim  j>lntform like n lnt nf bnd actors wait-  Ing to receive* their tickets from a  business mnnngcr who ls already In tho  next county."  Hho pressed her lips together prettily  tv.'l yoititinX  loiXf 'i  iln"ii'i  t'meo  no  If  marking tbo points In an unspoken argument.  "It's not honest of the business manager," snid sho. "lie should hnvo Hinld  nnd seen them through. And I haven't  much respect for n person who is dishonest with hliiiHulf about Ills troubles. Mine nhnll go with tne, but they  shall be tny maids and lackeys."  "Dlschnrgo tbem nil," enld I, "pay  tbem their wages mid let than go.  They are not worth their keep."  "Yen, they ore," sho itmlsttd. "I can  trtotio   tbom   worlt.    Ver.   on   second  though,., It occurs to me tbat 1 haven't  any. It was a mere fancy. I am really  very happy."  I gave her my hand as she seemed  about to rise, and 1 did not let go  when she was upon ��������� her feet. She  smiled at me In the cheeriest fashion  and gave me a little shake of the hand  as If we were great friends. Looking  down into the sunbonnet, I perceived  that Trask had been right about her  looks, confound him! She was as pretty as a picture.  My thinking of him seemed to partake of the nature of a psychic suggestion, for I turned about Immediately  and looked straight at him as he came  walking through the field. Miss Jones  was with him, and they bore the customary burden of sketching material.  I bad no wish to; meet the man at that  moment for my '''sentiments' toward  him were not cordial, so I made a lame  excuse to Lucy Ann and slipped Into  the path by which 1 had come.  At dinner that evening l was surprised to see Miss Jones In Seovel's place.  It was the first time, to my knowledge,  -tnat-she-had-appeared-thus-witb-Fraski-  and it struck me that this tete-a-tete  dinner was a trifle pronounced. It was  strange that this girl, obviously bred  to all the conveationalities, should content herself with so little cbnperonage.  There was no longer any mystery about  her so far as I was concerned. She was  the original Miss Jones, and she'shared with Sibyl a hn'lf of tbe apple tree  lodge. Probably Miss Scott was some  one whom they knew and who occupied her present quarters upon their  account. I could not see, however, that  she was of any particular use.  Miss Jones pi list have returned to the  orchard directly, for when, after a  rather warm debate with myself, I deckled to go clown to the lake 1 found  Trask and Miss Wltherspoon upon the  path.  Tliere nre strange tricks of sound on  a still night. Those two people were  talking when I llrst saw theni-tioth at  once, to judge by their attitude. Yet  I henrd only n I'nlnt murmur. Then,  when I hnd tnken not more than three  steps toward tlieni, Lucy Ann's voice  became perfectly audible, though I am  sua* she spoke no louder than before.  "1 am so glnd for you; so glad!" she  mild. "I know that you will bo very  nappy."  I stopped short, and at tbnt momont  thoy both saw ine nnd begun to walk  toward me. Trunk luul a nervous air,  and when ho came close he looked at  me with' n singular embarrassment.  Then he turned nn eye on Lucy Ann,  almost ns It' asking her ndvicn,  "l don't see any objection," wild she',  with a queer lit lie laugh, ".Suppose 1  tell hlmV" And, ns he tniule no sign of  negation, she continued; "Thero were  two people who lived In n free country  a long time without finding out about  It. They Imagined, themselves to be  chained In separate cells In tho wilds of  Bltierla or some place like thnt, Their  jailer's name was the Opposition of tho  Young Lndy'M Family, and he looked  fierce, but in reality lie wan a paper  dummy. So nt Inst, onooumged by  some of their friends, they decided to  walk out, leaving the poor dummy to  guard nn empty prison. They decided  to walk out Into tho beautiful world.  whore lovo Is the mn by day and the  tiiooii hy night"��������� Her voice shook Jam  the least bit, but she steadied It. "The  iiimii was a tine follow, iiiLe turn for an  tu nu, uml ine g.il wan pusmiih i.u.  nnd had developed an admirable tint uro  In the best miiroundingfl. Otic of tlu-m  will not live in so large ,a house I'm  awhile nor have ho many servants, bin  she will have plenty to ent and to wear,  nml both of tlu.'iu will be very happy.  In plain wordu. Mr. Trnsk and Miss  Helena Jones hnve decided that they  will bo married In September."  "I congratulate you heartily," snid 1,  atid tlu- IVltow liiuuililed MiihftliSng  about his grent linpplnons and looked  rather foolishly iu Luey Ann.  For myself, 1 wns full of admiration  for her, but lt was mingled with rage  against tho Inconceivable, blind brute  who paraded his happiness In her presence.  We walked up the path together, and  when we came to the corner of the  house Trask said that he must go in  and write some letters. Upon this I  urged Lucy Ann to go out rowing upon the lake, which was all blended gold  aud silver under the moou. It was  clear that she wished to go, and very  opportunely her aunt came by so that  1 was able to beg her permission. Mrs.  Witherspoon. not only bears a name  tbat Is on the Declaration of Independence, but is herself descended from  a strong man of those times. So she  is thoroughly American in her Ideas.  "I don't see't you need anybody's  permission but Lucy Ann's," said she.  "It looks so pretty," said the girl.  "I doubt it'll be so pretty when you're  there as it looks from here," remarked  Mrs. YViitherspoon. "That's the way of  the world."  "It is worth while to find out," rejoined Lucy Ann.  As we turned to go Trask called to  me: "I may drop In upon you Inter-  midniglit. perhaps.    Are you a night  owl? 1 want to have a talk witb you.''  ""Any timeaTanT" ea id"TT~ 7 ~~    *"  So Lucy Ann and I went out rowing,  and 1 talked to tier of every pleasant  and hopeful subject within the range  of human knowledge. I am not altruistic in conversation.-'as a rule, sticking to my own themes, which are frequently gloomy, but upon this occasion  I drew upon every resource of my  mind and soul for the betterment of my  companion's spirit. The shining water  and the wandering winds of the night  must have taken us for two of the  cheerfulest mortals under the moon.  TWEED RING "GRAFT."  Two Hundred millions Its Direct an*  Indirect Coat to New York.  The new courthouse was still far  from complete and miserably furnished, yet it had already resulted ln  the neat outlay of $11,000,000, when  the most liberal estimate placed its  value, finished and luxuriously furnished, at less than $3,000,000.  A few items will be sufficient to  show the scale upon which the ring  had conducted, its financial policy:  Forty odd chairs and three tables  had a record value of $179,729.60.  A charge for repairing fixtures,  ithrough J. H. Keyser & Co., was $1,-  149,874.50.  Thermometers, $7,500.  Another charge for furniture, through  Ingersoll & Co., $240,564.63.  A single item of stationery was set  down at $186,495.61. What, in heaven's  name, could the 61 cents have paid  for with stationery bought at ring  rates?  __Thenthere were carpets, shades and  Chinamen and Chloroform.     V  When chloroform is administered to  the Chinese, says the medical reports  of the Chinese customs service, tbey.  almost invariably go under without  making a sound or movement, and  when emerging from tho effects of the  anaesthetic tliere is no sickness, and  food can be taken almost at once and  retained.  A Monkey Burglar.  Many burglaries have been commit  ted in Berlin by a monkey which e*>  caped from the aquarium.  ���������curtains, also supplied by that marvelous firm, Ingersoll'& Co., at the fairly  comfortable figure of $675,534.44. Nor  must we overlook one G. S. Miller, a  carpenter, who was set down as having received $360,747.61 for one month's  work.  But Garvey, Andrew J. Garvey, the  plasterer! Generations of plasterers  yet unborn will take off their hats to  his memory! Two million eight hundred and seventy thousand four hundred and sixty-four dollars and six  ccuts had he earned at his humble  trade in the brief period of nine  months.  It Is unnecessary to go further Into  tho details of this monster and monstrous fraud; $5,063,240.83 had been  paid through tiie single "firm" of Ingersoll & Co.  Matthew J. O'Rourke, who since thnt  time mnde n careful study of tho city's  finances, states that, counting the vast  Issues of fraudulent bonds, tho swindling of the city by wealthy tax dodgers, by franchises and favors granted,  by blackmail and extortion, tho total  amount of tho city's loss through tho  Tweed ring stands at not loss thnn  $200,000,000.  Mixing- Mustard.  When mixing mustard add a salt>  spoonful of salt and the same quantity  of moist sugar, and mix with boiling  water. It will be found to keep moist  much longer and to have a better  taste.       _    Japanese Oysters.  Japanese oysters are the largest In  the world.  ������  ������(  PROVERBS ABOUT CZARS,  "/ eoiniratnlttti: ynu heartily."  and 1 laid great credit to myself, for  It would have been much easier for  me to fall into the opposite mood.  The girl revealed a very dainty mind  upon that llttlo cruise. She talked delightfully of simple things nud led tne  by many pretty paths here anil there in  the fairyland of a June night, yet I  eould uot help knowing ilint to her the  lake was ashes and the wen ted nlr aa  bitter ns tears upon her cheek. It Is a  wonder of the world bow tint uro echoes a grief, and loude������t for those who  love her best. There Is a dlllerent moon  In the sky for every joy and sorrow,  and to most of tis there comes a night  when we could weep because It is uul  the same moon that it used to he.  Wo staid late upon the lake, and It  mny have been nan past li when t  U'lU'di'ii my room. J.iiM. unite within  a lew inlnuti'H���������In fnet, before I was  quite ready for lilm. The subject tbnt  we must speak of was delicate In the  extreme, and I knew thu man vory  slitrlitlv.  [TO J1K CO.N'TrNUnn.J  AaniiiNt PreciHlent.  "Do Ultor Is building a cottage fot  itltuu'lf In tho mountain-.?, I hour,"  "Yin, imd for a poet bo's displaying  uu uhoi iutis d.i-'i���������������*.',..id of the tUiu-n.s ot  things, lie's building right on thc  top of n hill."  "WeliV"  "Woll, by nil tho canons of poetry ���������  cottage In ths hills ought to 'nestle,'"  A cznr In tho desert is only n mnn.  Tho cznr himself cau get muddy If  be steps in tho mud.  Even tbo crown of tho c/.ar cannot  curo hondacho.  Tho czar's crows canuot havo more  than two horns.  A drop of water In tho oyo of tho  czar costs tho country a groat many  handkerchiefs.  Whon t'ho czar makes you a prosout  of un egg ho expects of you a hen.  Tho czar can disturb tho oavtb, but  ho cannot move lt from Its uxls.  Tho cznr l;t. r.vs uot misery bocauso  ho does not lire ln n cabin.  Tho nrm of tlto czar is long, but it  cannot reach to iho tfky.  Tho volco of v..c czar has nn echo  oven when thoro are no mountains,  The ukusoH of to eznr aro worth  nothing If'God i-ay������ u'>t "Amou."  Tho horso which bus ouco beeu  mounted by the csnr neighs coutlnu-  ally,  Ur On* .MI...I.  Lndy--! wnnt somo ad'' o nbout (retting a divorce from my hu-bnnd. Law-  yor--ril give yon kouio  lor nothing  i', ,iui,   h.Hkii i'i'., vi;t,VS>ou \~tin ut  a free woman,  I filed u bid for him  Tiolay tow Selinstlnn,  Of all Htminior resorts In tbe world  Snn Hebitsllun, lu Spain, Is said to bo  tSio iiulnicii. lliiii'lK b<yiii to piny as  early as a in tbo niornltinr, flroworlcs  are net off to iiiiiiouueo IniiiiUdiU or  other amusements, nnil tho nien-of-wnr  nre forever saluting with gxtm. Tho  houses hnve no bolls, but knockers,  which waks up everybody wltblu ���������  block,    Used in H.B.K. Mitts, Gloves  tnd Moccasins���������tough as whalebone, flexible, soft, pliable, scorch-  proof, wind-proof, boil-proof,  Q crack-proof, tear-proof, rip-proof,  cold-proof, almost wear-proof���������  certainly the greatest leather  ever used in mitts and gloves,  Like buckskin it is tanned  without oil, unlike buckskin it is  not porous, it is wtnd-proot���������will 1  outwear three buckskins.  "Pinto"  Mitti and Gloves'J  never crack or harden, never get  sodden, nn? nlwnp warm, pliable,  soft and comfortable.  Sold at all dealers but never with-  out this brand s���������     ���������������������������������������������  H.B.K.  BRAND   .''  HUDSON BXY KNITTING CO.  MoBtrtal   Winnipeg   Dawsoa t  tf������  c������. >m>r-  it  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS.J  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  LEOrOLD MAKES EXHIDIT.  King Leopold's Belgian horses were  the centre of attraction. ,at the opening of the International - Live Stock  show at the Union * Stock yards at  Chicago. The Kinff has present General Manager A. G. Leonard, of tho  Union Stock Yards and Transit. Company, who is closely identified with  the'annual live stock exhibition a  bronze statue of a steor.   Tho Rut is  a token of Uo Kind's ^V^Jti"  Leonard and his interest m the exhi-  tion.  __  THEY DROVE PIMPLES AWAY.  ' Ihee covered with pimples is un-  ^<4tlv. It tells of internal irregularl-  which should long since ,ha ?  The liver  and  the  performing   their  ties  been   corrected,  kidneys   are   not  in the healthily way they  > pimples  know    that    the    blood    pro  functions m  ������-������"-   -;-*���������        .    i������f  LuM, and these P.SP1% are to .et.  Vegetable Pills will  you  tests..   Parmelee's  drive them��������� all away, and,.will, leave  the skin clear and clean.   Try thein;  andthere will be  another witness to  their excellence.  In order to clean a gilt frame brush  off every bit of dust and then wet a  small area at a time with alcohol applied with a camel's hair brush. Rub  the alcohol off before it dries .with a"  clean, soft cloth of silk or flannel, ancl  these cloths should be Changed often,  as the dirt comes off the frame with  the alcohol on the cloth.,  MESSRS. C. C. RICHARDS & CO.  . Gentlemen,���������I suffered for years  with bronchial catarrh. I commenced in January lasMas an experiment) to use MINARD'S LINIMENT  which gave almost instant relief.  And two bottles made a complete  cure and 1 have had no symptoms of  a return of the trouble since March.  Gratefully Yours,  MARK BURNS.  Vankleek Hill, Ont., Oct. 3], '01.  Most peoplo think too lightly of a  cough, it is a serious matter and  needs prompt attention. ^  Take \    .     ���������-'. ���������    X  Consumption  Cure ?5;JcLung  when the first sign of a cough or  cold appears, lt will cure you  easily and quickly then���������later it  will be harder to cure.  Prices, 25c., 50c., aad $1.00. 311  Nearly' everything made with baking powder may be raised equally as,  well with sour milk, buttermilk or  sodai allowing one even- teaspoonful.  of soda to each pint of milk.  MAY ETON STOP POKER GAME.  An ordinance which has just been  passed by the New York board of  aldermen having for its object the  prevention of six-day bicycle racing  is quite broad in-its provision;;, so  much'so that it might be interdicted  id sti������p many populur gamesi. It forbids any person in a ctntest of  ���������'sp������ecl, skill or endurance" from re-  mtviiTlTijj in the contest for more than  three hours out of any. twenty-four.  Under strict application the new  ordinance as signed by the mayor  might affect golf, bowling and even  the time-honored poker game.  Minard's Liniment Cures Boms, Etc,  When weighing molasses sprinkle  the scale well with flour and then It  will slip off again quite easily without  sticking.  What Wakes tou Despondent?  ���������Has the stomach gone wrong? Have  the nerve centres' grown tired and  listless? Are you threatened with ner-,  vous prostration? South American  Nervine is nature's corrector, makes  the stomach right, gives a world of  nerve force, keeps the circulation per-  if eot. A regular constitution builder  for rundown people. One lady says:  ���������T owe my life to it;"���������M  When tomatoes and milk are to be  put together, as iii cream soup, have-  'the tomato -juice *and milk; of, - the  same temperature, fthen j'beat vigorously as "the'tomato'is added little by  little.. ..**     *;*"��������� .".'*.  HMD'S UfflENf for Sal? Eyerywto  A man is  not  even civilized  loves cash more than country.  who  _!���������  The man who discharges, all his re-, . Larcpwj-pks should be soaked for 24  ligiqus obligatons by going to church' hours- WTinegar:before being lighted,  never had enough religion to bother After this treatment they will be  anyone. ^t/     ,."���������', .'���������   found to give a steadier, -clear light.,  TO ENLIVEN THE LIVER  Aid Digestion and Regulate the Action of the  Bowels You NSust Use  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  Table cloths or linoleum on the  kitchen floor can be kept fresh and  cleaner with oil than with soap and  water.  It's a poor faith that does not answer some of its own. prayers. '  What hJT^TonJK: edd-tash-  ioned woman who wore a nubia.  The weather to-day is as cold  raw as an old maid's second love  and  IKillB'Slu^lliMlm'MW'������������������  When tins are hard to wash, where  food has burned on, like baked fish or  oatmeal, put  the   dish on the stove,  -VJ ������'������*������ir nmi half a tea-  jai, put. wv   *.._.  tilled with cold water and half  THE FLAGGING ENERGIES REVIVED.���������Constant application to business is a tax upon the energies, and  If there be no relaxation, lassitude  and depression are sure to intervene.  These come from stomachic troubles.  The want of exercise brings on nervous irregularities,, and the stomach  ceases to assimilate food .-properly.; In  this condition . Parmelee's. Vegetable  Pills will be found a recuperative of  rare, power.restoring the organs to  healthful action.dispelllng ��������� depression,  and reviving the flaglng energies.  The world could worry along wi������h  a good deal less smartness in stock if  only~if-might-carry_a-heavier���������line-bf-  sympathy and a simple neighborli-  ness.  it  spoonful ot   baking   soda,  boil and your dish will wash and the  odor of lish will be gone.  y writes:   "1 was enabled to  the corns, root and branch by  -.  ,,���������   ,%nrn ^uve."  Corn Cur<  A lady writes  remove .  the  use  of  Holloway's  Others who have tried It have  same experience.  the  of the most diflicult  Rub   well   with  m soap! "then apply   ft   paBte ot  Mildew is ono  stains to   remove  b'Ta^SaSrP������rae artjcletntne  Blm, After wo or Hirco^ applications  chalk  sun, .fmui ������.������w ..   the mildew will be bleached out.  -        *������<������ /.nffoo nnt till lt With  To clean tho coffee pot till  water nut ln a pinch of bava   it v/iil be as   bright   as   new.  .******  ftonld be submitted to this treatment  frequently      '  nvsvxT- MRDlCINlS.���������Tontl, one of  One of the greatest blesings to parents is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator. It effectually expels worms  and gives health in. a marvellous manner to the little one.  Superfluous Hain  Removed by the New Principle  3)a9Miracffc  It is better than electricity; became  it does not scar or produce ft new growth.  Better than X-ray, because it does hot  burn, actr or paralyze the tissues uader  the skin; Better than depilatories, because it is not poisonous{therefore,  ib wil not cause blood poisoning, or  prodace eczema, which is so commoi  with depilatories, and does not break  off the hair, thereby1 increasing its  growth.      -w ,3, t.  Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatories are  offered you on the bare word of the  operatots a n d manufacturers. , D E  MIRACLE is not. It is the only method  which ie indorsed by physicians, surgeons, dermatologists, medical journals  and prominent magazines.  DE MIRACLE will be mailed to My  address, sealed ih plain wrapper for f 1.  Your money back without question if it  fails to do all that is claimed for it.  1 Our booklet���������the most complete  treatise on Superfluous Hair ever published���������containing tha testimonials of  numerous physician and surgeons and  these of hundreds oi others���������-will be  sent free,, in plain, sealed envelope,  upon-request;���������Write-for-ifc-to=day-te  DE MIRACLE CHEMICAL CO., S3  Quibh Street West, Tobokto, or  The   Great Specific for  Liver and Kidney  Diseases.  It Is the liver that is largely re-'  sponsible for indigestion and constipation���������derangements that are a constant source of trouble.  The bile, which, when left in the  blood, is a poison to the system, causing i biliousness; headache and muddy  complexion, becomes of priceless  value when passed into the Intestines  to aid digestion and ensure regular  actlpn of the bowels.  The healthy liver separates bile  from the blood and, sends it into.tbe  intestines.  **���������     -1 A   ������*. *:������, ������������������������������������'���������    , ., ' :..-,  IF .YOU .FIND .YOUR LIVER  SLUGGISH AND TORPID IN AC  TldN ..DR. .CHASES'S ..KIDNEY  LIVER .PILLS .WILL .BRING RELIEF AN DC URE MOREPROMPT-  LY THAN ANY TREATMENT YOU  COULD  FIND.  .";. By enlivening the action of the  liver they remove the causQ of biliousness, headache, indigestion, .constipation , and    other    accompanying  symptoms.  The specific action of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills on the liver it  what makes them of so great worth  as a famly medicine and ensures  them a resting place in the home.  Mis Julia Langlois, Manor, Assa.,  writes; "For a long time I suffered  from liver complaint and biliousness,  and could find nothing to help me until I used Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills. I have recommended these pills  to many of my friends, aud they have  all been well satisfied with the results. You can use. this letter for the  benefit of women who. are suffering as  I did."  One pill a dose at bedtime and Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills will ensure healthful, regular ��������� action of the  kidneys, liver and bowels; 25 cents a  box, at all dealers,, or Edmanson,  Bates & Co., Toronto. The portrait  and signature of Dr.;A; W. Chase, the  famous receipt book author/are on  every box.  THB  ROBOT  COMPANY  LIMITED  TORONTO, ONTl  THE ANDREWS-GAGE CRAIN GO., LTD.  CRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  We make a  specialty   of low grade wheat.   Write us before shipping,  will show how we can serve you.  References:���������Any Bank or Commercial Agency.  GRAIN   EXCHANGE,    WINNIPEG,  GRAIN 1 Jas. Richardson & Sons | GRAIN  (Until   recently   represented by. the late E.  O'Reilly, Esq.)  All kinds of grain purchased in Car Load   Lots.   Write us for top prices  and   shipping   instructions.        Any grade of wheat, oats, barley or flax4  P. 0. Box 629,   /Winnipeg,   Man.  This advertisement appeared the  other clay: "Sonny: Come home immediately. Fathor still unemployed  ancl Imbecile. We are,trying to get  him into the war oflice. Mother."  hand and woro an iron hook as substitute. "      J- - ������������������   ��������� t....,������������������  the enrs  his iron mum, uuv, ,.,.-���������  _  - "groat/ modiclno."  Dr.  . .'titntfl He was in"the"hablt of boxing  the eSrs of ro ractory Indians with  th6 e"    hand, ancl they .have "mark-  Oil   Ib   a  greftt  od that It was  TUpmas'   Eclectric   w..   ...  medicine; it takes hold of pain with  an Iron hand and knock?; lt out of the  system  for   cleaning  To  small ar  ganolln 0  Ayer's  For hard colds, bronchitis,  asthma, and coughs of all  kinds, you, cannot take anything better than Ayer's  Cherry  Pectoral  Cherry Pectoral. Ask youi  own doctor if this ls not so.  He uses it. He understands  why it soothes and heals  heat   tjtm.   tides placo tho corked bottlo  of tms dangerous stuff in a bucket of  hot wator "out, of doors," adding boiling water ns tho water cools. Hot  gasoline will clean laces speedily and  thoroughly.  STOLE FROM .Ul'ANMSR PW.NCF,  A despatch from    St. Louis   snys  two hnndHcVnuV diamond rinds nnd ona  ponrl ring belonging to   Princo   Ftt-  shlml of .Tnpnn,   and   a  beautifully  onibosHcd oniblcm   lK'longlng  to   A,  Sato, grandmaster of coromonlcH  at  tho .InpnnoHo court, tho pflft of a "Ru-  roponn nionnrch, to Mr. flato.   hnvo  boon stolon from tho apartments   ol  tho royal visitors at tho Buckingham 1  club, whllo tho urlncn und IiIh stilto j  wore vlHtlng   the   World's  Fiilr   at-]  tractions. , *  It is sometimes tno tntsioiii 111 Htib-  aia fur eaoh lady itt, u hlg dlnnvi' \o  ?moko a tiny, clgarotto after each  course. This Is ouppoaod to assist digestion, besides romoving tho navor  of tho previous course from tho pal-  ?:o_  I hai a taxxOsla e<  tooi AjW* Ohextrf ....   ...  iuUU 0ompk(etT eutmimtZ  iMRb (or wmIci, Then I  PMtonl ���������nil onfjr ane  **,,  '���������������.  AJTfoiTurst Jotepb, KlBh.  iOTwjiMmmmmm  Comihs.Coids  You win hMtwj reopvery ^bytak-  Ina on������ of Ayor*t Pllli *.% btfttlm*  Glass 1  Our facilities are uhsur- ������������������  passed for obtaining the 1*1  best' possible aisoitment W*  in cut glass.  1  Stai (er oui maiUerder *|  cattlegua.    Careful consider. (vj|  ation ii given lo teeing that  good* ate delivered al juet lh*  that required.  A haadiome one-quart water  bottle, tfractfut la ih������p������, to  No. 14717 at oaly Ij.oo.  raout uw;      ship Your Oraln to  L.ANA/  tTILLLUCUW.  We handle grain strictly on commission.   Higheet Prices ebtainabl*.  Liberal advances.   Trades, carried on margins ln Winnipeg's futures.  Correspondence solicited.   GHAIN EXCHANGE, Winning  5Mwaaaaaaaaniav<iiaaaMMMiana)aaaiaiaMDMaB������taarani  AM THE OLDEST  Established Grain Commission  Merchant in Winnipeg. <^_  Consign your jjrnln to me nnd get prompt service, careful attention,  aid highest market prices. ^     ^ DI B^l S^T     DRAWER  Reference- UNION BANK of CANADA.  SHIR  you grain to us to bo sold on arrival or after*  wards, as you may wish,   Wo do a strictly commission business,   In   which   we have had 20  years'oxporlonco.   Prompt and reliable work guaranteed.  Llboral advancos.    Correspondence solicited.    Licensod and Bonded*  Reference,   Bank of Hamilton.    Exchange Branch.  DONALD MORRISON S CO., ������������,..1...   <16Qr*taE^ISRffe0.man.  MARCH-WELLS GRAIN CO.  Grain in car, lots bought on track or Bold on commission. Reasonable  advance made. Prompt Returns. Correspondence solicited. RoforonceJ  Any Bank in Winnipeg.  ROOM AU, GRAIN EXCHANGE RLDO., WINNIPEG.  VOU it  GRAIN  ���������day for  HrhiorY<t|3ttorif Son  OOMMISSION    MCNOHANTS,  Through   *m   Strlotly  mlaalon   rirm.     \Afrlta������   To������  ull  Partloulara.  a*  WINNIPBOi  A Short Cut  to Health  If you want to onjoy  vigorous health tako  If attacked with cholera or summer complaint of any kind sond at  onco for a bottlo of Dr, J. D. Kol-  Iobb'8 Dysontory Cordial and uso it  nccorlng to directions, It acts with  wondorftil rapidity In subtitling that  dreadful dlsoaso that weakens the  strongest, men nnd that destroys tho  young and delicate. ThoHO who havo  used this cholera modicino say It acts  promptly, tfnd never falls to offect a  thorough curo.  Don't Takt Lttt.   Get the Highest prices for your  wheat;. Ship to  MoLAUOHLIN   &   EL.L.I8  OIUIN EXCHANGE, WINNIVF.O. Chamber of  Commerce,  MlnneapoUe.  I  f "x a  'Ohio Gasoline Engines1  PORTABLE ENOINES for THRBSHINQ  ���������nd STATIONARY for CHOPPlNd aoi  WOOD SAWINO in itook at til times,  Wt  ��������� ontn .hip nt a dn*y'. xtntiem.  Writ* n# <������t Vrleot*. and Cattdogoa.  BurUfe-Cooper Co^ Lti, Winnipeg, Mu.  Henry Arenne, Ktit,  They are a veritable short cut  to lasting and perfect healths  pM������sve������ eslr liy tke Trmwieter, THOMAS BKICHAW, it. U.l.a*.  ���������old Ivtrywhtr* In Oanada. and U. %. Am������rlo������.  In torn* M ftnH.  People who hnvo culture aro novor  conscious of It.  Tho Pall of Rhoumatlo Point.  ���������When a sufferer finds pormtnent ro*  lltf in such a meritorious medicine ai  Houth Amorlcnn Khmimttle Curi\ how  glad he is to toll U. O. W, May hew, of  Thamosville, Ont., couldn't walk or  reed himself for four months���������four  years ago three bottles of this great  remedy curod him���������not a pain since  ���������isn't that encouragement for rheumatic ���������ufferert?���������*%  ,m^^mmm   After n young mnn has blown In nil  Ids money on n Klrl she often shows  her gratlttido by marrying somo othor  follow.  A man Is alwnyra willing to admit  that he married the hont wotnnn on  earth���������un tho duy after his marriage.  A jrreen Rroeer ts  doadboat customers.  ono who trusts  W   N   U   No  ��������� IO sTmBMmmiS  Shoe   Specialities.  Ladies House Slipper. _  -���������i^ST������aud tamed, Felt Lined-Extra Good Value    * 1.50  Trilby Tie.  PfteutNamp, Prenohheel, beat material���������Regular price  $4.oo,   Speoial Price ,          Children's Carpet Slippers.  All Size*���������Per pair.  ...  Children's Fine French Felt Slippers  A Beautiful House Slip,er���������Sizes, 4 to 6,   ..    ..    ..  7 to 10,   ..    ....     35c; 11 to 2,    ..    ..  Every Child should have a Pair in their  stocking Christmas Morning   $3.25  aOcts  90o  40c  CALL AND SEE THESE AT THE       ",  CORNER  CASH STORE  STANLEY H. RIGGS.  ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY.  ^rHxtio*.........-**���������*?***  . ������, Bn^epson; (tow-  sW Advertiserswhorwftnt their ad  ,*an*ed, should get copy in by  9 a.m. dav before issue.  The Editor will not be responsible for the  view, sentiment*, or any errors of composition of letter correspondents,  I i"       i ' ..     '      ������������������������������������������ '���������  lob Work Strictly C 0. D.  Transient Ads Cash in Advanoe.  The Unexpected Heroes Precep  fcory R.B,K.oi I. elected at their  jEinnual December meeting the following;���������3 Doherty, AV P; R Sur-  jgenof, DP; Rev. H. G. Christmas,  Chapj A Arrn-trong, Beg; Geo. D.  McMillan, Treae; C T Webber, 1st  flecy; D R McDonald, 2nd Secy; J  Crochet, 1st Cen; S Calhoun, 2nd  Pen; W Reid, 1st SB; HC McQuillan, {ind SB;   Wm. McLellan, Pur;  Rev. T Men&iea, 1st Com.  see  The following were selected for  the offices of True Defender Lodge  L.T.B, Association, No. 160;���������Sister  E. McNeil, WM; Sis B McDonald,  DM; Sir M Walker. Ohnp; Bro. G.  McMillan, RS; Sis N Somervil.e, F  6; Sia F Brightman, treaB, SU Mrs  T Whyte, Con; Bro A MoNeil, D  Of C; Sis Mrs T Rip'Jey, IT; Bro R.  Gibnon, O.T.  see  Officers of Mount Hor eb, L.O.L.,  $Jo, 1676, foy ensuing term;���������Geo.  MoMillfto, WM;   W Wiilard, DM;  J. N, McLeod, Rd; T. E, Bate. Oh;  A, Armstrong, PS; P. Stoddart, T;  C F Webber, D of 0; J. J, Doharty,  1*1 L; D R McDonald, Snd L.  Finest quality butter in 1 lb,  Pfints, 80o. per lb,-^-Napier & Partridge,  Qoo Fatten got caught In a bight  pf a rope while letting a car down  an Incline at No. 4 last Wednesday  by whioh he sustained a had msng-  ling of one ankle.  Selected ftgge, quality guaranteed  ftOc, per do*~Napier & Partridge.  }t*t Ailliu* Q^cn the long<>*p������������H*  eiicfeti ami capable pimu> tujipr will  arrive bore on Thursday's boat, Mr  Own hvxix* the reputation of being  or.M ol the ftrht doss and wlinbe  pionofor<e tnm������r������ nf ll,C\, bii mow-  l������dg������ having been jiainwl by expert*  enoe with some qf the largest ft ms  in England.  Granulated Sugar per lOOjbs. $6.75  ���������Napier & Partridge,  Tbe baiaar and oonoert to bt  given by the fadie������ nf tbe Method lat  Churoh promisee to be a great ������w  vets    Preparation* are being made  on au extensive scale to offer everything in the fancy and useful line  as complete as poesiole. Candy,  ice-cream, and all eortB of appetizing delicacies will be for sale  during the day and evening. An  attractive and novel programme is  also being arranged for the evening  by Mrs Li'. Mounce, Mrs Clinton,  Mrs Gillespie, Mrs Frame, and  other ladies. AU wishing to assist  io the good work may do so by  leaving their contributions with the  above committee.  Rev J.H. White, Superintendent  of Missions, assisted with tbe ser  vires at the Methodist Church on  Sunday.  Dr and Mrs Millard while dtiv-  ing home from here Monday evening met with an accident which  though not resulting seriously,  migh have been very much woree.  Passing the Maple Lake road iheir  horse took fright at a piled load of  ice at the roadside, and in the fra-  cas ensuing, a shaft of the buggy  w_* broken, aud the occupants  thrown out. Fortunately, the  Doctor wss able to control lhe am  mnl, and to repair sufficiently to  unable them to proceed. Arriving  home, it was discovered that Mrs  Miilurd had lost her purse, and  what broke the Doctor up was having to get up so early next morning  and go on a hunt for it, in which,  be it Baid he was successful  Free samples of the finest teas  may be had or. application at Napier & Partridges.  Mr R. Graut, M.P,P., left for Vic-  toria thi* moruing lo attend the  Legislature -  ���������"*i' i**mm������������������mwmwmBBm*  BUSINESS   CHANGE.  Messrs S.H. Riggs and T. Whyie  have entered ii.to partnership ui.d  will embark in a general store business in the Corner Store premises,  stocking up with onnaplete lines of  groceries in addition to their upto-  date slock of dry goods, boots and  shoes, and gents furnishings. By  this ohange ihe amalgamated firm  expect to do a muoh larger business  than separately, having "triade arrangements to have all $m*ries  delivered direol in oar lots, thereby  effecting a saving in purchasing ana  freight.  The favorable impression ere a led  by the two gentlemen doting their  pievious careers should ensure them  a large trade.  Success to their efforts!  Janrmmmmmmmtme  |    Try our blended Ceylon Tea, 41bt  for f I���������Napier & Partridge.  Telegraphic News  St Petersburg 5th���������Gen. Kuropatkin wires that the Japs during  last night attacked Djantanchenan i  on the left bank ot the Hun river, j  i  They captured the village but were ;  subsequently driven out with great  1 es. The Russian casualties were  100. The Japanese after a severe  cannonade reached our forces at  this point today. The Russians  first retired hut ultimately re-occupied the village although some outlying parts are still in the hands of  the enemy. A report is current  that Gen Kuropatkin is to hand  over his command to Gen Liuevitch  This report is not confirmed,  Gen, Kuropatkin has wired ihe  Czar apking him for advice and  guidance.  Kuropatkin reports that the Japanese have succeeded in distributing among Russian troops delated  reports of events of the bloody Sunday at St Petersburg and that in  consequence the temper of the  troops it������ ugly in the extreme. For  the present Kuropatkin wires that  the tro'ops may be relied upon to  stick to their posts but it is difficult to forecast their future actions.  It would be useless at any rate to  command them to resume the advance as the resuliB of such an order may prove disastrous.  An inkling of the fury of the recent battle on the left side of the  Hun river is given by a report  fromOyama-by-ImperiaUheadquar-  ters. He states that 4 Russian  regiments were mearly annihilated  some cumpaniea being reduced to  10 men,  Russian headquarters, Huan, 6th  Gen. Grippenberg, former command  erof the Second ManchUrian army,  left here today for St Petersburg.  The Japanese are feverishly fortifying their east and centre evidently apprehending a Russian offensive  movement, the Russian movement  on the Hun river having demonstrated the possibility of operations  despite the winter The Japanese  are attempting vainly to roll up  the Russian right wing northeast  of Sundepaes.  Nanaimo, 6th���������J. Fox, Propriety  or of the Windsor Hotel, has purchased the Green block which he  will remodel into a first class hotel.  Tokio, 6th���������Official announce*  menti made that everything is  quiet in tbe vicinity of Changtung  with the exception that the Russians are   strongly   entrenching,  Clearance Sale  GUT - PRICES.  IN   CRAVENETTE   COATS,   LADIES COSTUMES  AND   SKIRTS.  THE LARGEST OFFER EVER MADE IN  CUMBERLAND. . CALL AND INSPECT  THESE UOOD8.     ...    11 ������ Weinrobe  DUNSMUIR AVE., CUMBERLAND.  >������e  ���������    in    A  Royal Bar[k of Carfada  Capital (paid up),,  ''..,.���������   Reserve Fund.  ...  ���������   Undivided Profits,,  T. E. KENNY, President.  ..$3,000,000    ...3,000,000  ..........    192,605  E L. PEASE, GBM������ui, Maka������s������,  BRANCH AT CUMBERLAND,  Savings Bank Department:���������Deposits of $1 and lipwardB reoeived;   Interest allowed at curreut rates, compounded twioe eaoh year oq 30th Jane and Slat Deoembe*.  Drafts on all points bought and sold;  R. K. WALKER, Makaobb.  OFFICE HOURS 10 to 3;     Saturday, 10 to 12;    open Pay Nights 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  mm  AV   ctJTBAOE.  Mr A. Urquhart of Courtney, has  been ouuin^ iw������ uu JUpU- take   On  Sunday, nome maliciously-inclined  persons ran a bob deign, valued at  f 40, with sundry tools Mr Urquhart  had been using, to the ice hole and  dumped them in     The water is SO  feet deep at this plaoe aud it is said  Mr Urquhart bad a narrow escape  from drowning while trying to ra*  cover the articles.    Tne affair has  been plaoed in the hands of tbe  I polio*  TBNDEB8.  Ae Mortgage Sale of Property  hereinafter mentioned  TENDERS vvill b* received by tht under.  signed ap to one o'olook p.m.,Satudey,  February llth, 1006, (or the purchase of  SWsst half o( North West quarter of  tion Ten, end the Witt hslf ot the  iih Writ quarter of Seotion Seventeen,  Hornby Mend, Nanaimo District, looally  , known te "O.T. MtioheU'ePliMW,"  The nnd.ii signed dose not bind himuU to  aooepteoy teud������-r,  M. ti, W K������i TWOOD, Miijigagit.  ti Hm%a lUied, VloUtrle, BC.  TENDERS-  TENDERS sre requested hy tbe Oam-  \m land 9cb'.>������) B^������td for narnUkinf of the  Cnmberlend Sohool building,   For par tluu*  lire spply to  T. H. UARBY, t^reUry.  NOTICK.  I hex to inform the publlo tha  on and after J*nu*ry 1st, 1904* my  business will be strictly cash, by so  doing 1 oan give my Patrons better  satisfaction.  T. H. CARKYt J*Atw>u,  Short Coal  Mining Course           t  *T*HIS CONTAINS only the information  - - -���������neaassary-to-quality-persons-t-o-pasa,  thi Mine Foreuiau'u Examinations. It requires less work and leas time than the  eotnplete oouree, yet those that fiuish it will  have a good knowledge of the art of miuiug.  Subjects Taught in the Course.  Arithmetic  Mensuration and Trigonometric Functions.  Gases Met with in 0o������i Mines.  Mine Ventilation.  Economic Geology of Coal,  Prospecting   or Coal   and   Location   of  Opening*.  Shafts, Slopes aud Drifts.  Meth<������l������ of Working Coal Mines.  Miue Surveying.  Mine Machinery.  THE INTKRNATIONAl  CORRESPOND KNOW   SCHOOL  SORANTON, PA.  INTERESTING _ INSTRUCTIVE  "CORREOT ENGLISH-  HOW TO USE IT."  A Monthly Mao akin b Dkvoted to the  Usk or English  JompKi.vg Truck Bakkh, Editor.  Partial Oontens for this Month,  Course io Bnglish fur the n^inner.  Course in English for the Advanced Pupil,  How to Ioorease One's Vocabulary,  The Art of Convocation.  Should and Wouldt   H������w '<> U������" thim.  PiotmnoiatioiiH (Ueutury Kern..../,,  Correot Bu^linh in the H^nt'i.  C rreot Bugll h in the Scilr >l.  What to fclay und What Nut to Say.  Courae in Letter* Writing and I'liuutustion,  Alphabetic hit of Abbreviations,  BasineiN Knglnh for the Hu-iuess Man  Comiiound Wordt   Ho* to Write 1'liem.  Studies iu Euglinh Literature.  $1 a Tear. Send lOo for sample copy  CORRECT ENGLISH, Evanston, (II.  .is -&.JLU --tins jlsk:  JUST-a chance to show you ihat  J wejalways please bur customers  by supplying tiiem with the BEST  MEATS at the lowest market  prices. A trial order will convince'  you. ���������     ���������  THE  CITY  Meat    market,  W. W, McKAY, Proprietor.  Fletcher Bros.,  Dealers m High-grade  PIANOS  AND  ORGANS  The    celebrated    Gkkhaud   Hkimtzuak,  Mkndbujsohn and VNii.mams piano*,....,  From $300 up.  .,,. .TERMS TO SUIT   T. E, BATS,  Local Agent.  ^tjwiwauwa  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS BEKKBY GIVEN thatap.  plication will be made to the Legislative  An*ittbly of the Provisos of British Colombia at lu next eeesion (or an Aot exten l������  iug tbe time for tho commencement of the  ooneWttbtion of the Company's line of rail*  way aud hn. ,hi> ti������������*tiidituTc th^w, nf t.xt  pat cent hf tht* amnnnt nf the capital and  mduolng the amount of the napital and per*  mitting tho Company to onnitruot tbe rail*  way in sections.  Bated the Wth January, 1006.  HARNAKD A ROGERS.  Solicitors for the Applioaott,  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  Choicest Meats  Suppliod at Lowest Market Price*  Vegetables  A Great Variety will always be  in stook |  also a supply of  Fresh'Fish  will be ou Sale ev*ry Wednesday  Ynur patronagu Is oonliully invited, and  all orders will bo promptly delivered,  A Guaranteed Oure for Piles.  Hshisg. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding  PiUe. DraggfsU refsnd money if PAZO  OIKf MINT (ails to ewe any ease, no mat  lev of bow bug standing, In ti to U days,  first appliontwn gi ves ������ se and tmt. fti������o,  If year dinugisthasn't Hseud toe met imps  and tt wilt ue forwarded poet*paid by Paris  Mlftieins 0e��������� ll, Um*. Me,  J, McPhee & Son  PUOt'rUETORS,  TO CDHE A GOLD IN ONE PAT.  Tak LAXATIVE RKOMO QUININE Tab.  i let* Aidiuggistsrelutid tbs money tf it  I fails ttt oure. B. W. Grove's signatnre is  1 on eneh bos,   880.  TO  LBV,  j Two plenssnt rwm* to let, upper  , pirt of town. Enquire av News  1    Offloe.

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