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Array ���������K������n  TENTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.   B. C   TUESDAY,  JANY i9<  -904.  mfmttKkWB  GREAT   CASH  earanee mme  At the BIG STORE  ....COMMENCING....  SATURDAY,     JANUARY    23rd,     1904.  Consisting of:���������  FURNITURE,  DRY GOODS,  SHOES,  CLOTHING,  AND MANY OTHER LINES.  Hundreds   of   Remnants.  The : Greatest : Bargains  - EVER OFFERED IN  CUMBERLAND.  For further particulars see Bills.  New Council Sworn in  evening  S. LEISER & CO., Ltd.  61 YATES STREET,   VICTORIA, B. C.  Ju������t received large shipment of  V  's^L  t,n  IK.02ST   .A.GKE!  !/J  ���������'".A*  Etc.  -CULTIVATORS,  SEED DI'; [LLS,   WHEEL HOES,  ���������     " VERY LATKST IMPROVEMENTS.  Call and soo them nr write for catalogues and prices.  Telephone 82. Sole Agents for B.O. P.O. Drawer, 563  xmr-'.  ���������������h*Vf*tM*������������,  WHAT YOU MAY WISH TO CHOOSE  Km THE HOLIDAYS      OUR NEW  CATALOGUE  Will yive you more idens and suggestions than  a week of shopping could, ancl at your own  fireside       ....    ...  I588   ILLUSTRATIONS  Printed on Fine Tone Paper nnd hilly described  and priced. SuHtfeslinns how to furnish every  room in the house���������all fr������c for the itsking,  MasMstr:ite Abrams yestertlny  swore in tl e new Mayor  nnd following Aldermen: T E Rate,  N.McFadyen, D. Daniels, -Robert:  son and W. Wil bird. Aid. Grunt,  being abwuit attonding tbe Legisla-  ture in Victoria.  Tho following committees were  then formed, and officers appointed  ���������Finance, Aids. Bale, Wiilard and  MoFadyen. Health���������Bate, Wilia id and Daniels. Works���������Daniels,  McFadyen and Robertson. L. W.  Nunns was re appointed clerk.  Police Magistrate���������This question  was di--cds!>ed a\ length, it, being  1*1)0wn that the expenditure-far exceeded the receipt fiom this source  It was finally resolved to temporarily appoint themagistrale.for ono  month to allow the Council to  make definite plans.  Policeman���������At this point Aid;  Danields a*ked the question if the  policeman, was to be engaged for  police duty solely, or for other  work as well, giving as His reasons  for asking the question that Mr  Banks had said in the hearing of  him and otl.er two Aldermen that  he was not engaged, to do other  work. The matter was finally laid  over, the Board to go into committee of the whole after regular meeting to discuss the affair.  Scavenger ��������� R. Hornal re-appointed.  City Clerk was instructed to apply for the deeds ii the school property and city hall ground.  Resolved that in future the old  reading-room- be used as Council  chamber.  Aid. Bate called attention to the  fact tliat the fire.bell was very poor  and thought a  new one should bo  purchased':���������-<��������� r   Mr Carey, a member of the Fire  Co., wno was present, suggested that  a siren be moresuitabhvand stated,  that ' Mr Dunsmuir had partly'  promised one. ,.  Cierli was instructed .to find out  Mr Duusuiuir's inientl>nn. = *  ' Secietary of School Board, T.-H.  Carey, handed in estimated for  school, amounting 1.0 $5563, for  1904. . Read and filed. t  Account!.-*���������Kjectric Lighting Co,,  $40.15; News Printing Co;, $13,50.  Referred to Finance Committor.  Resolved that Board of Works  take in hand the election of a chute  for ashes at No. 6.  Re<olv������,d that nights of mee'ing  for c-mii,^ year be every other  Monday evening.  Council went into committeo���������  The result of this was to formulate  rules fur the guidance of the oih'corH  which must be accepted by tho  candid ate for oflice. '  WEILER BROS,,     Victoria, B.C.  HIGH-CLASS FURNISHINGS,  CUMBERLAND  Meat Market  CHOICEST MEATS  ���������KKPT   IN   NTOWC (l       *  AT.rHU roU.QWlNC l'liJCUS:���������  BSKF, ftrn Quarto. S&, pi. ���������-\h  JIVM, UiudQuirtoi 10a, ,,���������rlb  ���������Jj������f>f!f fiK.H  Kl'l- U-,<*      . ���������������������,.  ;,     Ht  HOUN'l; wi'liAKH He. pe lb  BCHLOIN HTK&ii luu. pc  II.  kOIMNtt BKKP    ������������. and ,10.1. po Us  UUiTOM, VRAL ml I'OiiK���������������,t etpx  l<|.v lylio ������,  NOTICE.  I bog to Inform tho public that  on nnd after January loi, 1904, my  business will be strictly cash, by w  doing I can give my Patrons better  tf),������t 4>.4..t. %l%Jil,  Yoar pttrmngu I* e-<r<liiilh invitt d, and  ill ordnr. vlll Im������ pi.n. phi    te'tvi-ml.  J. McPhee & Son  l<EUM*Jttjm4W.  T,   ll,  KjAWKY,   iAUAJi*.  Ortlgnry, Jany, 17.���������Fire cleared  out tho LusiiuBf portion erf this oily  thta morning. The fire ie the \wm  disaneronH in the hintory nf Cal-  jjn.ry. M*'for������������ it wn>e.ot under control it had dono $200,000 diima*'.  Rt. Petri ftbiiru, Jany. 17���������Prae-  tically cut tain ihui Rus-iu will not  ai.ci'pi. J.ipai.'s li.i |)ro{>Of>ilior .''-;  nn entirety, Ru*hh is ready to  ;������j*r* c* t<������ oertrtin points hut ������<n  ifhr-rn iho Foreign Gllieo says  Russia cannot yield.  WATER WORKS. MEETING.  Tho annual meeting of the W.W.  Coy. wan hold on 10th, and the old  "lhcor-i re-elected���������To wit: L A.  Mounce, Pres; J. Matt hows, Vice*  Pros; G. W, Clinton, secy; Gworge  Steven!*, supt; A. MoKnight, director. Mu������h praise was accorded Mi*  Stevens for work dono during the  year, and a resolution wus pissed  to go on with the new No, 8 dam,  RED INK.���������A prominent member of the Pen nu I Club lately saw  a few red spots on the snow near  No. 4, and at onoe began a hard  hunt for deer poaohers. Someone  had spilt fcome red ink there, but  tho M.P.O. had left hi* glasses homo  and thus the mistake  Mr II. P. Collis took a trip to  Viotoria last Friday.  S������ H. Riggs roturned Thursday  from a trip below.  Mr J.W.MoKonzic had a narrow  escape from losing his hoiit?c and  contents by Uro one morning early  IH#l> Wtetflt,      A  iillUp V������������K> U������Utu*liWH  and net fire to some curtains. Mr  McKenzie But to work to extinguish  the fl-nnoH, which after a hard  atruiwle, and at the co������t of being  ncvercly burned himself, ho man-  itui-d io do. Thc furniture In tht-  room was nlightly damaged. Mr  McKenzie is p^iudiing favourably  towards recovery.  Telegraphic News  San Francisco, Jany. 15th���������The  Japanese Government- has ordoied  the Pacific Mail S.S. Co. to turn  over the Naval Reserve vessels opor  ated by the Company, The vessels are Nippon Maru, Hongkong  Maru, and American Maru, They  are all fast'boats and under Japanese subsidy.  Vancouver, Jany 15���������McGuigan  was elected mayor over McQueen  by majority of 178.  Victoria, Jany, 15th.���������Alderman  Barnard was elected mayor by 700  of a majority over Redfern.   ,.'  Nanaimo, Jany. loth,���������Mayor .  IV an son elected mayor over Alderman Pianta���������majority 132. Aldermen���������North Ward: Barlow, Hodgson and Nicholson.', South Waid:  Graham, Stewart and Wilson.  Middle Ward: Barnes, Harris and  McDonald.  Victoria, Jany. 16���������-Application  for arrest of Capt. Roberta and  others connected in ''Clallam'' dis  aster were made to-day by>C. H.  Lugrin, appearing for Government,  That sufficient evidences had not  been secured to cause Rob- rts arrest  directly or indirectly responsible for  disaster to Clallam .��������� Lugijn urged  that warrants, be issued charging  those in charge of -th^ vessels with  manslaughter. Evidence of Richd.  Giiffiths, seaman of Clallam,isaid  Collier Macinaw passed close to  Claiiamphe���������hoisted-signal-of-difar-  tress and Captain Rol;ens ordered  the flag pulled down. Ten minutes  later Captain realised his mistake  ancl ordered flag again reversed;  freighter was tht;n 3 miles away.  London, Jany?^.���������British Foreign Oflice officially paid to-ni^ht,  after reading Japanese reply to last  Russian note, that it ouly takes the  crisis a step further in a less hope-  full direction. Advices received by  Foreign Office made them fear that  Russia would not accept Japan's  demands. Regarding Paris report  of possible intervention of Great  Britain and France, Foreign Oflice  says no such steps are on foot so  far aB Greats Britain is concerned.  No request has been received from  either Russia or Japan for such  action, and the Foreign Office says  it fears the time has passed fur any  intervention to bo asked for, or for  unasked intervention to be tflicac-  ious.  St. Petersburg, Jany. 15th.���������It is  staled in high diplomatic circles  here that RusHia will go to war  rather than concede pome purlieu*  lar points of Japan's demandH  London, Jany, 1G���������A report pub-  lifthod by a News agency Hays that  the British Govemmont bus notified Japan that any attempt of  llunRlan Rlrtck Sea fleet to pans tho  Dardenellos will beohooktd by do  cisivo action.  Victoria, Juny. 16���������J. D.Farrell,  tho confidential agont of J. J. Hill,  U in tho city. The object of this  visit is to arrange with Mr Dunsmuir for a supply of tho anthracite  coal recently struck at Comox  minen. He wants this or tim w ,ng  Pacific liners���������tho Minnesota una  Dakota, the lattor launched nbout  February 6th.    Ho wants th������ bent  .,,.1 ��������� ,,,.M���������������,1���������      TTi> iliinV-t ' Imm :i������i-  thraeite nt Comox moans immense  - things for I'm-HIc shipping Preliminary negotiations Viovo entirely  suecftSBful but tho question of <iunl������  ity is not yot volvel. The price  thorcforM wns not capable of arrangement, lt will be a mouth or  ko buioro the capacity vl th* mine  18 fully uecerUiuud  tl^\SU{^r^L3  CASH STORE.  nze������  GIVEN    AWAY  Every 25c. purchase in my Store-  entitles you to or.e guess as to���������  How many Beans there are in the  bucket that is in my window.     t  I���������Handsome Meat Flutter aad Vvg-  ot-ible Dish, vulue... , $2 55-  2���������Doz,  Cups aud Saucers,  Cream  Jug and Sugar Basin, value. '.I    2 25.  S--H������r  Brush,   Comb,    and   Pin  Cushion, value -.' ;..   2 2&  4���������Box Toilet Soap, Broom & Wash  t Board, value     2 2fr-  5���������Box CigarB, value    2 6fr  Beans to be counted Saturday  evening, February 27th| 1904, at  8 p.m.  1st nearest guess gets first choice  of the above prizes ; 2nd nearest  gets second choice; 3rd &c. &c.  ������������������I- ���������' E������ /D/\ 1 Ht, -  DUNSMUEEt AVE,,        Cumberland  TPekin, Jany.TeT^-Reported'fFomP  Nue Chwang-' that'Russian troops  are concentrating at the towns of   . *  Liao  Yo,ng and   Hai Cheng and.  other places where they will be in  posit ion.to re occupy the territory    '  between the  Lio River, and  the) '  Great Wall. "'   "  Victoria, Jany. 17���������-A. R. Milne,  collector of customs, died this morning of pneumonia.  ANNUAL  CONGREGATIONAL  MEETING,  St. Georgo's Proubyterian Churoh.  The annual congregational meeting of St. George's Presbyterian-  Church took place on the 11th insi.,.  when tho usual reports of the various sections of tho church were read* ���������  Tho Sabbath School report was very ���������-,//  satisfactory showing a small baM'  a nee of cash on hand after paying  ull accounts in connecion with the  Xmns tree, and for the regular supplies for the Sabbath Sohool to  April, 1904, The LndipsJ Aid report was also very satisfactory  showing tt biilnriee on hand of ovor  .$100, part of this amount being the  receipts from u ,very successful,en-  tortninmoiit lately given by Miss  Cameron under tho auspices of the  Young People's Guild.  The following w-re elected managers for thii ensuing years���������Jumns  Reid. tro.s.; F, A. Anley. secy.; 1),  R. McDonald, Chim. Vater, R.Mc ,  Knight, 0. StiiusM, A*, Soraervllle,  and R. Halorow,  Tho Rev. Alyruwrst nnd wife aro  now Ivre to take charge of this congregation, and it i* to bu hoped the  unsettled siato of affairs, lately ox-  muiig in ino cuiigm^u.iun, vtJJi be ������  thing of the pust, and that every  thins? in connection with the church  will no on hiuinonjousiy.  '������'���������,,.,-,-.-. -MM-Mtion di-nire to thnnk  Mr I). Ki".pairick for hU kindness  in Hipplying wood for the churoh  gratis, and to Mr C. Valor for hiu  untiring effort* in connection with  the induing of thc choir and hii  merviws at the Christmas entertain-  iiiuht, uml Mr Riley for filling tbe  ptifitiott oi junitot during *\b- pail  year. Cow. SHARK IN  LAKE ROUSSEAU-  <.r^;it   ( n'.cli    in    1330-It   \t elclml     WOO  J'.ma.i'' it������ i Wm, Oi;rt'i������tl 1.x 'i'oto.nl'*  lfi-oin   tim Jvulliorii i>������Nts.  Viitliain CUxJsiiii, 18 Eu-s; Front  "street, writes flu- Toronto World oi  '���������iho catch oi' U remarkably -big Jisli in  ���������Lake Itossean. AlnsUoUa.' in i.s7(5. l)v'  -\vanls to' know if.:anyone eon bent it,  but they don't catch these kind ol  lish in these days iu Lake Ji'osseuii.  Air. Godson says:  "'Will   you    kindly.    throo[<lt     the  ���������columns  tii your  valuable  pa per, settle an argument 1  liatt with a iriend  f:.< -oyarding lhe size of tlsh  lulo-u     in  '���������the Aluskoka Lake?   IIo chums then.-  -are no largo fish, there weighing  100  lbs.   and     upwards.     J   c-lttim    there  havo  bC4.ni  taken  lish   weighing    t20o  lbs. and upwards.'  As u��������� uiattor    \:>l  fact,  1 remember a very large,    fish  whicli    wus  taken    out of  the   hike  *ome Ui     pr  '2o years ago,  ami   the  "incident I.am about to relate will be  vouched for by people-of eminent, rc-  wpeetahility and tmqiiostionab/o vora-  ���������eity.  "Early in August, in <lie year  1S7G, my father mid mywlf woro  journeying up Lake Kosseauwith a,  party ot prospective settlers on tlio  -old steamer Wenonah (long .since de-  ���������strpyed by fire), and when about a  ���������mile frora tho mouth of the '.Indian  ���������Kiver tho.man at the wheel observed  ���������m. whito object floating about a  quarter, of ft mile away and-directly  in the steamer's tracks. At first it  was supposed to be an overturned  bark canoe, and on appcuochmg the  captain aald it was a drowned man  ���������floating, and not having ',a small  ���������5)oat aboard, the steam was shut of!  ;and tho boat allowed to run slowly  <iip to tho supposed floater, a man  being stationed forward with a-f-iku  pole to draw the object in to the  side of the steamer, but to our intense amazement the nionicn!,,. he  .'.iabbed his pike into the white mass  ���������it was at once turned into an in-  ���������niense fish, which immediately a1;-  ^acked the steamer in the most foi'o-  'oious manner. Seizing the cutwater  of the boat in its mouth it tore a  large portion of it away, together  with considerable of the planking-.  'The captain rushed out of hia eali.in  with a gun and fired a hoavy ctuirg.-  ���������of buck-shot and -slugs into .Lh.;  "'-monster's head at short range,  which did not seem to'.affect it very  much, and it was only after the fish  'had. been shot fifteen or twenty tim-  <vb in.the head that it was suthciently  ���������-^b^le^ToTWnTrt^T~fCs~baTig de���������  "spatched with axes,"and not until the  steamer was in a shattered and sinking condition, thc iron work on tho  jiaddlo wheel,on one side being liter-  ixlly torn to pieces, and the rudder  nnd steering apparatus Utterly- disabled. Tho fish turned out. to bo a  very largo shark, weighing no less  than 800 lbs., and measuring 11 ft..  J.0J inches. I remember that there  ���������was considerable speculation at the  t> imo nti to whero the flsh came from  ���������and how it camo to be in thoso lak-  ���������<-s, and if I remember rightly was  'finally settled by tho then able editor Of Tho Muskoka Herald, who, in  ���������xi very lucid article, explained how  'Che fish had been taken up soinc-  whoro in tho Southern' Sens by a  nornado aud had fallen with the nun  in that northern latitude, a 'Hither  ���������common occurrenci.!,"  Children of l.oi-U Aliuidt-en.  Lord I'faddo, thc el dost; son of the  Karl and Countess of Aberdeen, was  twenty-four last month,   lie is very  jiopulnr on  the estate.*    Like   Lord  -Aberdeen, he is very quiet and studious, and has charming munnoi'H.- His  two    younger    brothers,    the lions.  Jhiclley and .Um tlordoii. are apprentices in a shipyard in Aberdeen, and  ������t is specified in thoir imlnnturns tliul.  thoir hours of work ui'e to be similar  to those of othor apprentices.     Mr.  (fuclley  Cordon  is  in  his nineteenth  year and  Mr.  fan  In his eighteenth.  Tho   only 'daughter    of   tho    house,  J,ndy 'Marjorio, is tall nnd good looking.   'Sho   bus  a  creamy  complexion  and  dark    hair  and   c.uv;  Viiilr     Iirr  niouili is i'\pivx).iva and prelly.   Slio  :i<< elnver, thought ful,  und, while   enjoying life thoroughly, regurdw it na  ��������� lORiieiisliiR    certain     ri'spon.sibilil.ies,  which     sho    coiiHcienlioiiHly      niidMi-  t o liV-S.  'L'ho lion. Dudley nod Ihe lion Inn  '(lot'don aro in camp at Newburgli, a  tyoiv.it, town in Abenlecnsliire, i'or  ntuek Rliooting, etc. It Is very plots-  tint under canvas, mul they mum  .-ook or starve, ii" fc-'mints being  lal-jon with them. The lw<> lads uvo  nerving their Umo iih practical on*  .{jliuw'i'H In Aberdeen, nild that after  the orthodor nininier, no speclul con.  -for-Mont? being either ivdu'd or given.  Ju aftor years such un experience of  n-al Jiff, besides filling them lo H.vin-  {iiithJyo with Iho worltifig cIiih������oh In  -vlu-ir htwyujlcw, will enable llieiu, for  ���������uisUiuce, to iiioiul their motors on  tno npvL, ami Im oiisoiwi.tv c.|n.w iu  .4,',-y t-iiioi'^titiiy.  Tho llvnl grout rounlr.v house function In thc north cmno Off this uea-  ������on at Ilnddo House, when the un-  tuial gamer, were h.ld.   TIk������ Mnrt nnd  r- ,,,..i���������..n    nt    A lii.filrini.      Wi'i-o    llli'.-l't  t>llt f'ellt a letter of Weleonn' U- Ky)  ten thotifuind peophi irrUtiered within  thoir tral<is.���������Montreal Wil new.  Stanfield's  Unshrinkable  J-   ��������� -\_ - ''���������  Duderwear  has the shrink  taken out in the  wool. Every fibre  is straightened���������  every strand is  shaped ��������� before  the fabric Is  woven. When tlie  garments are cut.  they Tit perfectly,  and they don't  shrink.  STANFIELD'S is unconditionally guaranteed to  be absolutely unshrinkable. Right sizes to fit  every figure.  At all dealers in men's  fum'stiings.  Tht Car* of "Black  Slioep."  Many families have the misfortune to  Include one member who. perhaps'from  some congenital defect, is not trustworthy. Vet they hate to give him up,  and. hoping as lie gpes from one disaster to another that he will yet learn his  lesson, they keep on finding chtuiecs for  him to throw away. To raise such a  person is simply to add to the height  from which he must fall. To protect  his reputation is simply to furnish hhn  with iiiuuus to deceive whoever trusts  him. The sooner he gets down to the  level he belongs in the better for hhn-  'salt', his friends and society. Help him  on. but not up. Pay his board, but don't  Uud itliiti a job where ho cau betray con-  thlenee. Kdep.Jiim out of the poorhouse  and out of jail if possible, but most of  nil keep him out of mischief by making serious mischief inaccessible to  him. To put a defective, irresponsible  man who is used to ease and tht> comforts of life Into social and coaimercial  competition* with persons of his own social grade is to invite disaster. I^et him  be known, if ho is known at nil. for  what he is and thereby minimize the  risk  involved  In  his  existence.  "Popper," the little boy asked,  "what kind of a iiorse is it that they  call a plug?" "A .balky, one, my  son. They call him a that becauso he  is a stopper."  &u������S  If you knew positively that  you could purchase a Diamond of guaranteed quality  at a great saving in pride,  " would you invest ?  That is precisely what we  offer in our No. 947 Solitaire  Diamond Ring, No. 916  shown here.  For t*eaee Only.  It Is well known that the Friends  have always been devoted to the principles of |>eaeo. As they had a controlling influence in the public affairs  of Nantucket, there waa no military  organization on that island for several  generations. How the matter was managed is told by the author of "September Days on Nantucket."  Whenever military companies came  to the island for a holiday young women thronged the windows and waved  handkerchiefs, but there was no rise of  military ambition in the town. Once a  'coterie of young men formed a training company and sent to Boston for  equipments., but their elders compelled  them to make the Gist article of their  constitution read: "This company shall  be disbanded immediately in. case of  war." ...*.'������.  Tlie Master��������� "Js it raining very  liard,; Thomtus ?'* Tho Servant���������VNo  sir, only hailstones, sir."  Enfant terrible���������"And did thoy go  into the. ark two by two ?" Manama,  ���������"Yes, dearest." Enfant terrible���������  "Well, who went with auntie ?"  The burglar climbed over the oflice  partition. "It is well to be on tbe  safe side," he said.. Then he began  work oil the vault.  MANY HELPLESS  ������������������;;-/wrt^  Who  Gould   Now  be  Weil  Had  They  but  Known of Dr. Chase's Nesnre Food.  It does not  trlst, ������1W.  , Order by mail. If on receipt it does  not fully satisfy you, your money  will be refunded without question.  49 years of honorable dealing  speak for the reliability of  our house, "Diamond Hall."  Write for our new catalogue.  Ready Nov. 15th.  BYKIE BKOS.  JEWELERS  IIO, 120, 123 and 124  Yo������4������i St., Toronto  $100 Reward $100.  The readers of this paper will be pleased to  leuni that there la at least one dreaded disease  that science has beeu able to cure in all its  stage!*,''and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is the only positlvil cure now known to the  medical fraternity.; Catarrh belnpr. a contitltu-  ttonal disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, ts talcen internally,  actins.directly upon the blood and inucouj wir-  *facesToT~the systemT^hereljy crestroyins"the*  foundation of the disease, and Riving the patient strength by building up the coiistUutlon  and assisting nature in (loins its vork. The  (ii-oprietors have so much faith in its curative  powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars  for any rase that It fails to cure. Send for list  of testUnonlals.   Address  P. -J.' CHE.VEV & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by all drugKlsts, 70o.  Hull's Family Pills are the best.  ii, i    i  '    .    i .      i     i ��������� ���������  "At tho funeral of Linton, this professional bicyclist of London, his  wheol, draped in black, was led behind the hoarse. '  Wo do not claim that every one ataxia  who is paralyzed can be cured by  using Dr. Chase's Norvo Food, for  many are beyond the reach of any  medical treatment and roust finish  their days in helplessness and suffering:.  -It is rather to those who nro only  partially paralyzed and to those, who  aro slowly but surely 'developing the,  sj'mptoms which indicate the" approach of such ailments tliat we  would suggest the advisability" of  using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, the  great food cure for diseases of the  nerves.  'When you find yourself lying awake  nights, sufl'er from indigestion and  headache, feel drowsy after meals  and losing energyf ambition and  courage, it is time to pay attention  to the nerves. You may find yourself irritable at times, worried over  little things, unable to concentrate  the miud, forgetful and absontmhaled, disheartened and discouraged.  Better give somo attention to the  nerves.  Dr, .Cllase's Nerve Food cures and  prevents  paralysis    and    locomotor  ease by inducing unconsciousness and unnatural  sleep. It does not deaden tha  nerves as do opiates and narcotics.  Hut, on the othor hand, by assisting  nature and supplying the clcinen h  from which are formed hew blood  and nerve force, effects thorough not*  lasting cure and is bound to benefit  all who use it.  Seldom, if ever, has .any" medicine  secured-such hearty endorsement of  physicians and people alike. 'Hie  cures which it has^hrought about  have often been most e.vtra'briinary,  and anyone .who'regularly and per-'  sistently u.m's this great Tood cure  is sure to find it of inesti'mabk:  value as a nerve restorative and  blood builder.  By noting your, increase in weight  whiVe, using Dr. Chaso's Nervo Food  you can prove that new firm flesh  and muscular tissue- are being ad.Jei  to the body. f>0 cents a box, six  boxes for $2..">(.), nt all dealers, or  lOdmansoiiv Bates &. Company. Toronto. To protect you ngainst imitations the portrait and signature of  Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous receip'  book author, are on every box.  >���������������������������*���������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ,i?e: you  UIL.OINO T  USE  i  EDDY'S IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING j  The Best Building Pcpor Made.  It is very much Btroiafew .bA thicker than any other (tarred or build-  In*) paper. It is impervious to wind, keeps out cold, keeps In heat, carries no smell or odor, absorbs no moisture, imparts no taste or Uavor to  anything with which it comes (n contact. It is leu-Rely -used not only for  ��������� sheeting houses, but for lining cold storage bMi]dinK8^reMgero������g7f1 jftliv,  ~T���������Usr"ci'ea-ineriesr"and~ail"place.s'~wh"ere���������t4fo~6D"ject" "is "to keep "an even "mad  uniloroa temperature, and at the same time avoiding dampness.  Write our Agents. TEES A PERS6E, Wlnnlpog^ for campiM.  I The E. B. EDDY CO., Limited, HULL. *  In marked conu.ct viib hll ordi;inry trns'-  dtit'iit, this fu 11 Hands alonoiu i!m������ lie Id t\t j  nn institution oiijag'il  in i.lio rcnl ".oil: ol J  fnniiufactiirlnvand Sttiiig[.tniM������n ctwrtinweJ j  lo hold ami cur������ Riiptmo of wnv fcinil, |  Buy SirOCt from (ho Mnkvrt. Ve  can o������v������ you lOO pov etsnt.  of what vou would havo to j������<y xo'Cillcd  Uupiurt Specialists. Write fornur g O IJ C  BpoK on Traae**e-ite> J1CL  y/m Guannien Porf������c������ .5 It  by Moil. Aidm*  Tho F. E. KARN CO.  109 Victoria St., Toronto  Camid.V* I.esdiii" Miiil Orikr limine.  The  Backache  Stage  mny ho  just that incipient form of kidne.y dis-  eaun which, it neRlected, will clwelan into stuhborn nnd ciistVessiiia" dlso������ler that  will tuko lone, tedious treatinpnt to euro.  Don't nc-fjlcct' tho "backacho sUr'o" of  thu most jn.sklious of dlaoasi*a. South  American Kidney Cure Ktop.H thg ache in  six hours und cun>a.~-U0.  A brilliant signal lipht at Atlantic  ('Ity i.s visible- ninotcon* niilrti"'at sea.  Each year it burns 2,200 (,'ulluus of  oil.   Very'many jiernonsi iiit������ ivniiuiiily from  choli-m and kin'dnwl Hummer eomi)labitH,  who ntitfht, have boon mv&i ii nronor  rtijiiodios hud biit'i) u.-ii^l. If attacked do  not dohiy in ceHlntf a hottln 0! Dr. J.  .H, Ki,'llinf������'������ Dysniitirt-y Cordial, tho incdi-  cini1 that nwor 1'ullH to oll'nct 11 cure,  Thoii'i who Sm.vi' hhoiI it Bay It, iwHh  iii'(;n)pt).v, mid thoroughly Kidnhim tlio  (min and diKca;u������.  Tho names 01" hjvbitual drunkards in  Lau-ben, ,1'russ-laii Silesia; uro printed, and a list in given to each innkeeper. Tho person \yho suppli������-i  them with intoxicants, is liable to a  hoavy line.    ,  Dr   Von   Stan's    Pineapple  TahletB.~M������die������Heioni:<> h.v ticoident dis-  covered the potency of tho pineapplo^nH  a, panacea (or. Ktoii'mdi troubles. Tho  hiiiuenHA p������reeiil������Ke of vwetable pepsin  contained tn fhe fruit'makes It an almost bidispimsuwlti renu-dy in cases of  dyspepsia nnd iiiili.uo.stion. Ouo tablet  fthor e������ch niciU will cum chronic cuiww.  00 in a box, !15 cents.���������������2  Gaiiibl'iijr is the chiiu of avnricj,  but the patent of prodigality.���������Col-  ton i  A'ffent~,,.SlrJ do you iuhvI any  typewriter ������upplic������ '.'" Merchant ���������  '���������Yew; send mo about four pounds of  enndy."  In irari;|buiv,' u dug is tnxod aceortl-  !':iH' to his :%i'f.c: a littk-. tax tor a little tlo^', unit u bier tux for ij Hig dog.  5Iinard's Liuuncnt Cures Distemper.  (i>  Thero wn���������s speech in  mwi; larin'ija^o In thoir  Shnkcs] mare.  thoir    (itunh-  viiry KV'fituro,  ar.t-**������*m*sm  Good Pills  Ayer's Pills are good liver  pills. You know that. The best  Family laxative you can buy.  They keep the bowels regular,  cure constipation.     ft&Jff&S?.:  1��������������������� 'IWWWW���������M������<S^ar������i'li������������������"WVi������~������  Want your moustache or beard  a beautiful brown or rich black ? Use  BUCKINGHAM'S DYE  ('iRMNlfled.  Tlio liiHfi'itelor wm (rylntr lo tench  \!io cliiNH the h'SMou Unit brain worl; in  *o le������fl linporlnnf Unit Iho work of  otnV* hn mis.  "Now," he siilij. "10 rociiplluhito,  Jiow iiu:t:y Kind;! of labor tiro thtreV"  "Two," replied (lie holenili fined  yonnsx lii.'in-'v.rpuilze*! mul ������tK'������tf'.'������-|."  - I'lilentro Tribune.  ti Un-ii! v������i-M- iiii iiiu���������i. uio our  suiiJ.s would (Mil thirst for ll.���������Hich-  ler.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  SiSiue of the towns of (Icrmuny  have their water pipes nimle of ^Ihhs,  prulcetoil with Im asphalt iiiveriiih',  iu pruvoMt fracluio.  Tho |i|tfhi������!������t  iniiiiliooit rosMnH in dl*v-  piwllkm,   not   in   niero   iutollort. ���������  lli'i-cher.  in (he I'd Plfin! vineyard, Southern  ''iilii'orniit, is lhe l(ir������i'st. brandy still  ui   lhe world.    It  is i-apable of om-  nrliiifT   l5.'*'o  irulhms   ni   wine    into'  i(iiuid\  every tw^nty-fou;1 hours. I  Seilt Rhcam, Tcttor, Eozomn  ���������'I h������*i< <lisinwi|rirt hliiu di-i'������nn<w rnllcvert  h.v (iliu nppllCHthm. Dr. Awhoiv'h fiint-  uii-iii in it pm cut euro for all eruptions  of Uui I'Xln. ,Jiin, flnntoii, WIlknNlmrro.  wi,vn ; "Kor nlnu .vi'tirs I wuh diHl'murca  with TiUHu' 011 my hnnd.i. I������r, Aicuow't  OinUiu'iit i-iired It,"   !ifi c.<nU.N.~!M  .in Odd Picture,  One ot tin* sirfitiKfut alahi* I aver  saw In 11 wild country west* a little rnln-  later Hiirticd In wileinn litacl;, white  "iIok" collar. biittonlo������������ vc������t nntl ������tlff  bliiel: slniw lint. The dornlnte vvn������  ������liiiitlln������ In a IftnUy boitt In tho mhl������t  of ii lu'Iniovnl xvuodx, llshlti������ tlu? Doll-  Iiir wiitors of a ttiountnln torrent. At  lint hai-iv a caiuraci roared und pi/uud-  i\l tiiu to..'.,.%, liiiiidini; liic v������at..t" lo  white suds. Abovo hliu Uio eternal  snow {,'llstHied on tlie mountains, und  but ������ few yimlH invny a anuiitcliiuu-  nam lioar wna (pilolly hosIiia' nmtmg  lhe ilrmwood,���������Unit llonnl 111 Wor niu  Work.  l>M>lt liVI-'I.AM.VlA'I'KKV OK'llIK KVMS.  ���������Atdonif tim nui.ny i{ooil ciunlitl^s vvhH'li  'i'arnn.'hu.i'h N'otfiiUtbh' Tilts po.-.-;chh. he-  Hiih'ri rot-olatloa tbo <liw������>*������i ivo ormuiH, 'Is  Ihi'lj- ethcurv in nxlui'ln."- Inlluiuinutloii ni  t.lus uyos, U bus oallud forth uuinv h'-  t������r������ of roiioiniiinnrlutfoii from' l!m������i������ who  worn alllUMftil with this Poui|>livliit. find  found 11 euro In tlio nibs. Tlu.w nfleet. iho  nerve i:oiii.rns and tim hlood In 11 liunu'i;--  inirlv activn wav and iho result l;������ 11I-  uidist, ijiinii'ilii'.ti-lv M'tni  SniiorMlltlnn.-t  Hiinaurlan  l'i'nnnn(K.  A (\xmev oaso-of Hitpt'i'Mtitlou which  resulted In tljo loss of two If vos is ro.  ported from lluiiptry. A pension llv-  liiK In Nost'.liisiy dhHl of honrt dlsca-'o  while atlcniHiiK' miukot lh Kurd. 111m  rolnllres Rtnrfod lo lake tho body homo,  but woro forcibly prevented from carrying the body through tho village of  Uiaius, wluwo inlutbltuntH belkivod tlmt  tho pussii������������! of ii Ntrnnyo corpie throiiKh  their town would brltiK cmllcrig nilsfor-  tune to It. Thn proi.'OHNloii ivliinietl in  Kurd, ond the nnxt day It not oui apiln,  this time wllli uu weort of Keiidai'ineR.  \Vlum It I'Piicliut! lbni'o������ it wan mnl by  tlio wholu popultttJon ot Iho villas,  nrroed with wythoa, pltehforka, axon  end unytlilnu that oould bo muul uh a  weapon. The gondiirtuos woro forced  to fii'������ throo volleys before thoy could  get throuKh ihe iilntt>. Two of the villager* woro killed ond many wounded.  There never wan wui never will be ������  universal panacea, in ono remedy, ior ail  {Uh to whiuli liesh ia heir���������the very naturo of mimv curatives beinif micli that  were the fferrnti of oilier itnd ililferently  seated (lUennes rooted iti the NVNtem ������'  tlio pnticnt���������whut, would relieve one ill  In turn would ufijjravatc the other. We  IjiiviV- lnovover, fit Quinine Wine, when.  oblAlnuhln in Round, unadulterated state,  u remedy for many nnd irrievoiiH 111k. Bv  Uh Rrnduiil and judicioiin use the frullerit  Kvstems nre led lnt<i eonviile'Meeiiee ami  ������treiift*tli by the influence which Quinine  BxortN on nnture'H own reHtorutlvcH, it  rolloveti the c|roo|iin������ HplritH of thoHO  with whom n chronic mate of morbid  despondency and lack of InteivNt In life  in iv (liskiusse. nnd hy Iriiiiiiiillls'.liic'- the  nerve*, il looses to hoiiiiiI nnd refrenhhuv  Hli-ep���������-biiinii'tri vttror to Iwj iintion of the  hlood, which, beiutr silhniihiteil, courac*  thcoimh (he velim, Htrencihenlmj- the  he������IUi.v ni.ininl l'uuction,s of the Hvsteui,  thereby wnfclmr activity 11. iiecemjiirv result, HtrenjftliPiilne fhe frmnr nnd irlvlmv  life to the ditfOHtivo oru'iinw, which nntu-  rnll.v deuinnd inurenKed HUbntrtniw������-renuli,  Improved nnputit.', Northron & li.vinnu,  of Toronto, have iriven to the luihlic  their .Superior Quinine Wb.e nt the uhuhI  rate. n>if(, (runired l������v the oeiiiionH of  M'ioiitlHti, the wine noinoaehen iioarent  perlectlii'i nf any in the market. All  druptfiiiui s������ll it.  Vnlor wmil(| ecu no to bo n virtue if  there worn no injustice.���������AgosilmiH  ll in the rost'om iu lhilnju-jtt it,,  newly rnniTlnd wonmn to renin In nl-  lent for ������ month after rtifirr(nt������o, *m-  lews when uddrwNod by thoir Jmx-  bnnds. When It la tlcHlrnhln for the  customary rcNtriction to be permanently removed, he prcwntH a gill to  her, nnd then who can rhattcr to her  hmvi't's content.  A lllemilnflr tn ttlnami.o,  tAovttzzt-llotipi'ch told me Unit hero-  utiflcd   Uie tofithitclic a* one or- the  ���������^l'ei,������e--t -if '.t-l'.ipornt b'.es^liv.;- .  H'i������K������ ���������Wliat  1111   liifotupicl.i'iislhli'  SitoffffH-Vcs*: he h:iJiI It nude him  fofuet hi* oilier troubliM!  Oiie-slsth of Uie l!if.:!ow!i.'rsi In dreat  Hrii.iin rin* womco.  CurlualtltiM ut lilueailon,  \n Aiottwto irioilfiooiin ������t'ife>( thnt  ho onoe cured 11 un<nrh������ trouble by eat������  lnt? at. HUppor u pleiulinl Httpply of cu-  cutuherw uml cold blackberry dump*  ling, and yet In hi* vnmi noUilutf would  have scorned more |������ornlcloiw.  I'l-A.-tf,!-     tlie    ii������tvi.noinr������r.    sufl'erM  from cxcrucltttlui;" lieaduclicM. Jlc wa������  mitlHllctl that they ������amo from some error of diet, uud ho ho dropped from bin  bill of fare one thiiu after another until be cojii'luilcd that notblnjt olnc wna  loft for experimentation, -'do had for-  tfottou ouo urllcle. however, ll wsxn  butter. He abnmloned that and nto  '���������verytlilnjj clue ntitl nover HMftv-nil from  hcmiaohCH iiRnlu to lili< dylm; day. Man  In woudutiuU) made, und h* Is the  itouiucti. Iteuitnlhw for dy^iepsla nfv  numcrotw. You mny p-ty your uioito>  I ami fake ymr th.ihv.  Ayer's  We know what aU good doctors think of Ayers Cherry  Pectoral; Ask your own doctor and find out. He will tell  Cherry  Pectoral  you how It guiets the tickling  throat, heals the lnfltmed  lungs, and controls thc  hardest of couchs.  "Ajw'������ Clitrry Pwturnl U ������������ll kntimi in  mxlatttllr. W. Wnk tt toIkttttrtnifMM  la ib. wot)A fnr fenent aiitt eeMt,"  K4TI8 l������TIUUOSI,I'������Utt������0t,Cl������l,  .,.m.,aiJ0. *,e.avaac*i..  I <trnyijlO< tfS..   ___________L_1V  Hard Coughs  Or������# of AyetVpdla ot bedtlm* will  tiatttfi recovery.  Oontfy Itxatlvft fi  HEART'S 1  BIW. HEXMDURO.  \  x  "Take oft your wraps," said Lucie  to her brother-in-law, and she knelt  down before the child to take off her  little coat. ''Ycm must be very  hungry, and almost frozen; you shall  have something to\cat at once."  "Aly little girl, perhaps." returned  the Oberforstcr; "but I would rather dine at thee hotel where I am  staying. Can you keep Anne Marie  hero?"  He had takpn'.oil his fur coat and  looked over to Lucie, who had just  taken off the child's hat and was  kissing her over and over again.  She assented, her eyes full of tears.  "What is the matter with her?" she  asked, standing up.  "Always the same; she gets thinner  nnd thinner every day. It is no  wonder."  Lucie went into the kitchen a.ncr  got some milk and whife bread for  the child, and then she. went up to  tho, old baron's bedside. "My brother-in-law has just .arrived, most .���������������������<������������������  oxpectedly," she, said, in a voice that  hwl a ring of gladness in'it, "or X  should have been here 'before io r^d  , tho paper to you. May I send ma-  ' demoiselle to tepee my place?"  "Thanks, .thanks!" stammered the  old gentleman.    "What    does' ������������������Kom-  ', inert want?   Not to take you away,  '.Lucie?    Would ho like to see me?   I  'should be very glad."  "I will send him in after awhile,"  returned the girl, "I do not know  what he has come for."   *';.-  "It will be better to-morrow morn-  ,ingi early,"  said  the baron.   .'Yes,  ' that will be better���������better.    I    am  so tired to-day."    He held out   his  nana to her.    "Sleep well, Lucie!"  Sho     went    back into the dining-  room.      What     did Jho want?    And  with this question in her large eyes,  sho seated herself opposite him    in  tlio high arm-chair by the chimney.  \llo     was     holding his child in his  amis and gazing into the lire.  i    "How arc you getting on?" he ask-'  'ed, without looking up, and in that  low, hoarse voice that is with many  .people     the sign of great agitation,  i    ' 'Thank you, very well; and yo u?''  i    "How should it be with me?    You  can imagine���������alone  w,|th  the    chil-  !dren|    Only don't be angry with me  ���������that~-I-have^-not���������w.ifrfceu-to-yoUilL,ha.  continued.    "At first 1 do hot know  how it was.    I felt so bitter;    and  , with you, too; and then I thought I  ! would    talk    to" you myself.!���������  You  know I never was much at wr it i ng.''  Lucie did not answer; a deep feeling  of compassion, filled  her  heart.  She noticed how his right hand, that  , was holding     the, child's little one,  trembled, and how agitated his gray  face looked.   He was ao unkem.pt, so  .neglected.   And the child.   The pret-  1 ty blonde curls     hail been wet and  braided tightly; that little dress of  Home black woolen staff with whito  dols     was made, in such a common'  tasteless .way like a peasant's;    tho  littlo     handkerchief round her neck  wan' ragged at. the corners.  "lain to' blame, too," she said.  "I am not angry with you; but if  you had only understood how I was  circumstanced! George, tell me  what I can do for yott"  "Lucie," and ho let tho child slip  from hia lap and motioned it toward  i her,  "you know  how I loved    ll'a-  ihlldtt."  "Yen," she said,  "And you���������you, too���������although  you did not conic to us?"  "Yos, I did too, Goorgo, God  knows I did."  Uo was ttilent, then drew out a  bright rod handkerchief and wiped  hlfl brow.  "It can not. go any longer so," ho  nolo, "or the children will be entirely ruined."  "Vou whih, t.'oOrgc, ihat X���������"  "My cousin doon not get on with  govtirnossns; she hunted away the  third ono hint, woes; she scolds round  thu houso the whole dny long; tho  children are afraid of her; and I st������o  nothing but. tearful faces, I am  (���������tilled upon tn scold "imd punish um  noon ������������ I appear; aud truly I never  muled rent more than now,"  "Vou mean that you want, nm to  come on tvecount nf tho -children?"  sho asked again, "You know I wa.s  nwly Mora to i-iay with thom,"  "Thoy are moro neglected than you  think, Lucie," ho mivUI, ovimlvely.  "Do you think your cousin could  got on with mo, (Jeorge?" She had  ri?'������?n, sand w.\m toeing from Petor's  hand* the littlo tray with a smoking  cup of milk.  Itu did not answer; ho gmual nl her  tui Hhu led the child lo the table, put  her In a chair, and poured tho hot  milk out u> cool. Thero was h<������uv-  thlng liko unxiMty lo Iliu look. "No,  my couHin wui mn, minj, wun you���������-  i.l.i.ic   t'tiimt;   b.'.-X   ..ltd   ,ii������v������Nj    'tmitii.l  hoc brother-1 ii-luvv     with    a look of  sMtprlso on hor faco.  "K't down," he suid, "I want to  tsnli you something."  nor bands ;>s if to ward off something horrible. .v'ho tried to speak.  Ian, couicl- not articulate a word.  "Think ho\y '[."am situated," ho  raid,' as if excusing himself, lie also had, risen; but pow ho.* seated'himself again. "At Ica_f������ hear me out,  Lucie. I . have no idea of making  iou : .declarations of love. I can  ���������prun-iso. you nothing but respectful.  honest gratitude i'or what you will  do for mc and the children���������gratitude all my. life long. Why will you  not. Lucie? You slave ior strangers  and ''"'will becomo hhbit&orcd and discontented.. For myself I desire so  little, but they"���������ho pointed to tho  child, and was silent; a largo tear  hung ������������������ on his lashes.  ���������She stood motionless, her arms had  fallen to her sides. Tt seemed to her  as ff the slightest movement would  throw her into an abyss. A long  pause, followed. The child slipped  down from her chair and ran across  the room with short steps.  "It hurts!" she said, pointing to  her throat. ''������������������'_,'.        '  He., took the little creature on his  knee and smoothed her curly hair.  "It, will soon bo better," she ..said,  soothingly.  "Why are you crying then, father?" and the little face that was  so .liko".'-Mathilda's looked ready to  cry too.  "My head - aches,  fathor."  "She is feverish;'" he said, anxiously, to Lucie. "I hope she is hot going to be ill."  "1. will put her to bed." said Lucie, recovering bor power of speech.  "Oome, Anne Marie,"  The little thing went to her obediently. ��������� '    ���������/.   .���������.  "I will go, then, Lucie," he said!  "You know"what I wish. I. do  not want to persuade you. I will  come for your answer to-morrow.  Good-night, Lucie."  : "Good-night," sounded back in a  lifeless tone; but tho hand that was  stretched out to her sho did not  take.  He put on his fur coat without a  word, took his,hat, and left the  room .without looking round.  She stood still and looked about  her; it seemed to her she must have  had a horrible dream.  "Aunt Lucie 1" said the little child,  sobbing.  She took thc little hand and went  into Lhe hall with the child. Made-  mo isello opened the door of her room  and looked out.  "Are you coming to dinner, Lucie?  Mon Dieu! is la petite going to stay  -herrr?~How-old-is-she? -  -Jt\ ,,  .*.,.!  ,tw���������1t,.riHe  "J ran not mnkn any fine spooehc*,  t oclc," ho began, catching IiIh  breath,  "it In not noeemxry, George," sho  intcrrupUil with a tirod voico. 'If  Mathilda's children need mo I will  !,������������������>; they mm t umiuiR.' t.i do tvfUi-  ������;iit m������ lien!."  'Ve';;   f(|l������   f������t   V,-|-y   I'lU'f     T*S������!t    \'ni������  do hut. urnleoiiiiiij what 1 moan.  Tlmt I*. Lucie, it. would l>o best for  mv- fur un to luttrry���������ii yuu���������if jou  Uo did ma |f,.������    hrv further.    Kj������o  tpreng up fr.mt !,-**���������' *<-;t! and j,.;t ont  "Four years old," answered. the  girl, taking up the child and going  upstairs with tottering steps.  "Heavens! what is the. matter with  you?" cried Mademoiselle, as Lucie  supported herself by tho balusters.  "You will let thc, child fall!"  ������������������ "Oh, uo; only, a temporary faint-  noss,    I will lie down. I often���������"'���������'  Sho stood as if exhausted; the floor  of {the hall seemed to bo rising before her, and the lamps'seemed to bo  dying round in a fiery circle. With  an immense effort she summoned all  her strength, ascended the stairs,  and reached her room. She struck a  light and began to undress the child,  doing everything in a mechanical  way.  "Is Tan to angry?" asked a timid  little volco.  Sho did not hoar her. Sho laid tho  child in hor own bed, then retreated  to tho darkest comer of tho room  and pressed her hands wildly to her  templo*.  "Must IV Must I? Is thore no other  way?"  But. what did sho wish to do? Onco  more a futuro opened beforo her.  What othor hopes had sho that her  Innermost soul revolted ut tha  thought of slopping into Mathilda's  placo? Oh, it, was frightful I So  frightful to bo tho wifo of a man sho  did not lovo. Never! Novor! Bho saw  him before her ho brokon, so worn  out, ua ho offered hor gratitude, nothing but gratitude. Hut must Hho  not do It <or tho (tako of tho poor  children? Nol Could, film havo done  H. if sho had noon Adlor's wife? Ah,  thon, then--  And stronger than ever ttwoko in  her thu longing for what she had  lost. A sobbing cry sounded through  tim room,  "I can not, I can not do it!" She  would do overything���������tako caro . of  thn children, look aftor his houso ���������  ovary thing but. become his wlfo,  "Vovor," sho said, passionately  clasping her hands, "NeverI T will  not!"  "Tante, como hero," moaned tha  child, Sho wont across apd bent over  tlto feverish llttlo faco. "I cun  thirsty, Tunic; my lewl aches ho,"  Sho gavo her somo wntor, iind laid  h������r oold, trembling haud on tlto  child's hot brow, Hho thon K������itod  herself on the edge of tlw bad, and  gaaod vacantly at ouo spot on Um  tloor, Fiery sparks seemed dancing  boforo hor oyos, then n bright green  light soomod to bu twjr ovoryuuag.  iheru it UU Atliatitwl Uiido lu hvc h%*ll  dross. "Go away," sho inuttorcd, "go  awny: what do yon want hern?"  hut It ftncmctl to como noivwr (tnd  n������itfw.     8he   shuddmwl;   had,   sho  !,-,-;  ..!"^'*     '   ''���������t'n tcMt;T*inr oounrl-  *h\ in her car; it wan tho old prayer  Unit Mathilda had taught her children.  "Mado bin Uii gelt' jHtr Huh. Anion!  My hond nchos so," Tho child tossed rofithwrily about. "Will you stay  h-.-rc, Tiutte.'* Don't go aw;ty ns thr*  cnttHin docs.    I nm airaid."  J...<-l,i j;>irJ .-,,,.���������_ ������|jv<,'| !;.��������������� tleoni: },y  Lhe  Side   ill   lllo     l.f.J.        ,S]hs   Ihoil^ht  how s!m Imd once been lit. and her  wm.-r    had  m-ver    Jet her dm     or  t^'/l.t.  iTo be Continued.)  9  By  EDWARD MARSHALL  Copynght, IStC'hy 'L G. JlcClm-e  - ->  i  i  i  i  o  cV  0  ^>*Q...������.^0.������O������O,'00-������-0'������-0-������,0,������-0'������'0 '-O  Lieutenant Phillips, U. S. V., had  been inspecting government property  out in the corral,- but the heat had  driven him into his tent, which ������������������.was  pitched Just oh the edge of! a coffee  plantation..-"  It was at the tlmo when our government was withdrawing from Porto  Rico the vast number of horses, army  wagons and other transportation paraphernalia which had been necessary  during the war. Inspection duty is  only given to men who aro thoroughly  trustworthy. Especially is this true in  Porto Rico. Tliere were large quantities of government-property there  after the surrender, most of it in good  condition. The planters thereabouts,  who had lost a season's crops'through  the war, were anxious to cheaply re-  eciuip their plantations with wagons,  horses and mules. It was because the  honest gentlemen had a tendency to  offer "inducements" to inspecting officers to condemn good property, which  the planters could afterward buy for  a song at the auction, that especial  care was used in the selection of inspecting officers. Lieutenant riiillips  was one of the elect.  On such government property as is  condemned the "LA" brand is placed.  "I. p." means inspected and condemned. It Is not wise for a civilian "to have  in his possession any property which  bears the mark "U. S." and does not  also bear the mark "I. C." Both are  stenciled in black paint on rentage canvas, blankets and such like, burned  into the bodies of wagons and other  wooden articles and branded on the  flanks of horses and mules.  Lieutenant Phillips kept the irons in  his own possession for fear ihey might  be used unscrupulously. He carried,  them, with their brazier still half full  of hot coals, to the rear of his tent so  that what little breeze there was would  blow tlie heat away from him. Then  he removed his heavier garments.  ~lf~h^rb^eTOTirar(lTlay'i;or-the-lieu--  tenant. Early in the morning he had  boen chief witness at a court martial  which had convicted an American soldier of having cruelly treated his wife,  a beautiful.Porto;"Uiean.girl... The accused, Liiigl Aramado, was a swarthy  fellow, of Italian parentage.  Lieutenant Phillips remembered with  discomfort the fierce'look the man had  thrown at him as, handcuffed, ho had  been led away to the guardhouse. But,  although the lieutenant hud the pink  cheeks of n girl and never a suspicion  of a mustache upon his upper lip, ho  hnd a reputation for fearlessness.  Before ho settled down to sleep he  released from the ventiluted box a  pair of, llttlo lizards. Thoy are of tho  ���������variety called chameleons and can bo  easily turned by any one who will occasionally give them a sip of sugar and  wutor, a few flics or some other dainties dear to tho heart. .Many of our  Rpldlers In Porto Rico so turned thom.  (ind Lieutenant Phillips was among  Ihclr number.  When lio linnlly luy down on his  :'[tmp eot they took tbelr "stations, one  upon his pillow, ono upon his cboat.  They know instinctively. Hint ho did  not liko to have them on his face, for  whenever they trespassed on thin territory ho moved restlessly, but their  tii'osenco near his face was quite sufli*  flent to keep most of the Hies nwny.  While the lieutenant was making all  these preparations' tor bin siesta there  was nn unpleasant eye watching him  Ihrouglt the open space left by the lifting of the back Hap ot the tout. The  .'yo wits Ut thu head of the uuui whom  the lieutenant had given evidence  tgalnst that morning. L-nlgl Arnmndo  luul escaped. Ilnlow the eye, but wholly bidden in tbe bush, there were two  hamlf*, and in one of thom there was a  knife. The mun was wnltlnti until the  lieutenant should fall asleep.  Tbe tent's flaps moved bully In the  ileepy breeze. Now and then one of  tbe little lizards made a lightning durt,  md a lly bad perlsbed. Tbe lieutenant  tlept peacefully. Everything wss as It  thou Id be when noon approaches In Um  tropics.  Still tbe llguro crouched, watchful  md silent. At length the man crept  forward till be was full In the tent;  I ben be stopped and drew from bis  blouse a tiny vial, lie wns near i  enough to hnve u*ed the s\ni(v, put hn  evidently bad oilier purposes. Perhaps  bu wihbcd to gloiU over bis victim before tbo blow fell. Ills glance bad  fallen it|iou tho braider uud the branding Iron*.  Slowly and noiselessly he rose to bis  feet. It wus i������ mistake, for It startled  the llswrd*. Disobeying their training,  tliey senmitered over Uio face ������f the  lleeper,  It tuilf woi.c him, and lie looked up  lazily, but before be could more than 1  nttrh a jitimp-M* oi iin- eul eyiH iind i  icif timing blade, h������fon'������ be could halloo j  for help, the man flung blm^-lf upon j  him and In the Nontenant'* tiOHtrl!*  rufci'i'd the deadly fumes of < hloro- '  form.   Then he lo.-t cwiHciousnc*-*.  The Italian raised himself cautiously���������the stupor might be .feigned. Rut  a moments scrutiny relieved his fears  In-a'twinkling he had bound the lieu  tenant hand and foot and thrust'a gag  iuto his month.  "Killing wouldn't be enough," the  desperado muttered fiercely.', *rI'll mark  him for lifo, so I. will."  The lizards meanwhile had darted up  on the canvas of the tent They had  3rtne all that they could in waking lhe  lieutenant. They could not fight fot  'aim.      ,,  And while lhe lizards watched witb  ";eir beady eyes the intruder thrust  the irons into the brazier. The lieu-  temuit's eyes were open now, for the  force of the opiate \vtfs spent. The desperado turned and caught their undaunted glance.-  "Pig of a lieutenant!" be said viciously. "It is now I who have the power.  I will wait until the irons heat, then  we shall see what we shall see." And  ho kicked the helpless figure before he  turned again to the brazier. !  As he watched the metal turn from  black to gray a<nd flush into redness, a  cruel smile disclosed his fanglike teeth.  "'Tis.most ready, my lieutenant," be  said tauntingly.  Noiselessly the tent flap swayed, as if  moved by a gentle breeze. The man's  back was turned. He was too intent  on the brazier to see a flight figure  which slipped through the aperture,  it was YsaboJ, his wife.  Tho girl's eyes dilated with horror  as she glanced from the bound lieutenant to the deadly preparations of his  enemy. Then with a little movement  she snatched the pistol which lay on  the table. At the sound the man at  the brazier turned and found himself  looking into the barrel held in her  steady hands. He was a coward; and  he quailed before her.  "Take those ropes off," she said imperiously in her musical Spanish,  pointing to the lieutenant's bonds. "If  you do not I will shoot you."  There was a tremor in her voice, but  her eyes were unflinching.  The lieutenant watched her, fascinated. Her husband, sullenly accepting  defeat, began to untie the knots. At  length the captive -was released and  the two stood silently before her. Roth  seemed overawed by the beauty and  fearlessness of thc woman.  .Still poiuting with her pistol, she  "cried:-" ;   "Now, go���������go���������go, Luigi, and never  come back again." Without a word  the desperado obeyed.  When the tent flap fell behind him  the pistol dropped from her trembling  lingers and she leaned against the table  as if for support...  "Was it wrong to jet him go?" she  said appeallngly. "You would have  killed him if he had stayed, and I(  could not have stood that. I���������loved  him���������once." There was;a' sob In her  throat "Now he will never dare to  conio back again. I shall be free from  him. You will let him go for my  sake?"  As the lieutenant glanced from (he  irons from which she had saved him  to ber pleading face he could not but  consent. Yet, as she, too, disappeared  behind tbo coffee bushes, he heard her  choking sobs.  "The way of a woman Is hard,'' said  the lieutenant.  CaMtiitsr n Statue.  Stiglmayer, a CJerman goldsmith in  tbe llrst pnrt of tho just contury, having un ambition to attempt larger  works than any ho had accomplished,  went to Naples Jn ordor to seo tbe casting of Canovn's statue of Charles III.,  but was denied tho sight of certain secret technical processes. Stiglmayer  found tbem out for himself nevertheless nud us soon as he went borne made  bis first experiment on n statuette of  Venus. Many delays occurred, and the  excitement Increased, as the end drew  near. Ry some mistake ono ot ]jIh as-  slstnnts poured bis molten inetnl Into  tlto air bole. Tbon tbe easting en me to  a standstill,  "Tbe crowd of lookers on," writes tbe  poor founder in bis diary, "stood flrst  dumb nbout me und then slipped out  one by onn and left mo wltb my pain."  In a month n second easting was be-  ������un nnd failed, .With unbroken courage be begun tho third east, aod on  Christmas eve tbe metal wai again  poured In, It ran into tho mold and  wptirtod Joyfully out at tbo air bole,  "Onr joy knew uo Iwuntls," be declares. "We raised a loud cry of Joy  and embraced nnd kissed each other.  Piisquwle. th* helper, kissed the bend of  Phidias coming out of the broken form  and burned bis month, for it had not  Th* Klffn W*������ ItntRoiM.  A momlmr of tbo colored rnco wbo  prosldCH ovev tho destinies of a bsrber  shop In Wtwt Philadelphia Is looking  *���������?."   "   ^-\���������','-"-,"   "*t'iti\*t%i,*>   %vho   reomtiU*  played a rather meat* Joke upon him.  Tho enstomer In question was shaved  regnlnrly ������t tbo eolorwl man's shop,  nnd the proprietor held bis opinion and  advice in good reganl. One morning  lhe boss of the shop wanted a new and  hltdi toned sign to Jiuug over the door,  end he riTifi^nted to tho nforesaid eu*������.  tonier for an Id'M. Th" t'lisliiim-i-'-i wit  wns ready, nnd several days afbr tlw  following kign wn** diamond banging  front the *hup: "Ton?or!al Abattoir."  The ������#<xt dny t������������������ reenter en t<i������������er  passed (he simp and noticed the folio .viiiy over the door: "Barber Shop "  The proprietor is wailing for the regular customer, and the regular Customer is -waiting for a littlo collection of  excitement to blow.,over.���������Philadelphia  I'ress.   .''*.' '  olvncw  His  i-'ate.  "Si'ms, my lad," said the grocer to his  new assistant, "who botiglit that moldy  cheese-today"/".  ���������'Mistress Brown,, sir," was the  youth's reply.  "And the stale loaf we could not sell  last night?"  "Mistress Brown, sir."  "Where's that lump of rancid butter  that tho baker refused'/"  "Mistress Brown bought it, sir," was  the answer.  "And the six eggs we could uot sell  a week since?"  "Mistress Brown��������� Are you ill, sir?'  asked Silas, as the grocer turned green  and groaned.  "No, no! Only I'm going to tea at  the Browns' tonight," replied the unhappy man as he wiped the perspiration from his face and sank iuto a  chair.���������London Tit-Bits.  1 '        ' m  A Rrava Eloeci.  Ho was not much to look at. Just  a rough lumberman wearing a rowdy  hatTm thc buck of his head, and clad  in the ordinary camp costume, consisting of n hoavy sweater, kuee  pants, coarso slocking and shoepock  on his feet. But he proved he had  a heart of gold, and was every inch  a gentleman.  As ho stood on the corner a runaway horse came dashing up tha  street, and people scattered right*  and loft for fear of being ran over.  In the cutter sat u young child clinging convulsively to the back of fcho  scat, white to the lips with fear, a^d  in danger every moment of being  thrown out ������nd killed. Taking in  the situation at a glance, tlio lum-,  bcrman rushed out, and seizing *  rein aa the frightened animal passed, he brought iv to a standstill.  Then lifting the frightened child from  the rig as tenderly as a mother  would, ho drew a large cotton handkerchief from his hip pocket and carefully wiped awny her tears.  Wben he had succeeded in calming  the little one's agitation, he lifted  lier in his brawny arms, and strodo  away. And it was a sight worth  seeing to look at the pair going  ���������dQ-Wii_-J.ha_slroc_l._lho child perched on_  the broad shoulder, while her face  was wreathed in smiles.���������Uov. H,  Harper,' Ph.D., in Montreal Star.  Oiim ot til* Lost  A Mil.  It is said .-..that the Creeks had a  cuirass made of linen or woollen fibers, which was impenetrable' to th*  sharpest darts or.spears. That, by  the way is one of JJjp..discoveries tluu  hava not boon rediscovered, for wo do,  not -know, the* Secret "of its manufacture. -__ ..��������� ��������� "���������  ymmmm-mmimmmMww���������wb i u\ imt    ������  The aborigines-of Peru can, In tho  darkest night and in the thickest woods,  distinguish respectively a white man. a  negro and one of their own nice by tho  wnoll.  A CLEVER PUZZLE.  It   Im   Miulo   of   I'nncr   noil  Will   lio  Voiiml <lultt> AtiMiNlii;v.  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BOOTH, Proprieto-,  NANAIMO, B.C...  ���������iv;-,- ii   nr_vi-im'--'-*"'*Mt'M*1*������-*l":-"  ������2T   Ai_ GowvsxiwNOffls for Oiraarsft  Thk Bar is .Supplied with  Best Liquors and Gigars  R. S. ROBESTSON.  p'RUITS,  .  Candies,  *        pi PES, Cigars,  Tobaccos.  ANDNOVELTIKS AT  Mrs   WALKER'  (Whitney Block.)  YM -WILLARD ia prepared to  *    fill any Orders for Ftue or  Heavy Haruuss, at-Bhort notioo.  WILLARD BLOi'K,      Cumberland.  _���������������  EVERY WEEK, 108 TO 136 PAGES  I SUBSCRIPTION, $5.00 A YEAR  (IncludingU.S.,Cana'n or Mcx'n postage)  The Bnjiflneeritigr und Mining Journal is  now in its 37th year.    Its 2000th con-  . sccutlve number will be issued shortly.  |^l_i__9l___er ������t_S century it has beep  1 pre-emi_emly"The leading rniininf~peFJi~  odlcal, with   a world-wide   circulation.  editorially  tbe   paper: is   particularly  strong and broad-gauge.   Subscriptions  can begin at any time. Sample copies free.  Advertising rates on application.  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Answers'to qinn-ies on all subjects, ArHolea  on Hoalth, tho Home, Nuw Boolu-, and on Work. About  the Farm and Ourclon     ..    ..  ifopimait _ liana jilo. y  TlT_2  ? Weekly Irjter'Ocean  ������i_������ii_^i-    i ��������� i-ii������_   .._<��������������������������� -��������� ������������������i������h ��������������������������� "���������   ^" "'��������� " '"- ������������������'������������������ " ���������'*���������        "'���������������  i    i ���������' ��������� i wimw    ���������������������������mi 'i n_..n���������������������������.���������-���������������������������- <���������_!    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Ar 7.00  Subscribe for the   ��������������� Cumber'ami Nows,"   and the   u Weekly Inter  Ooean,''   ono year, both Pnporo for $3.00       W Strictly In Advance  ���������WMH������WMilWlf)ff'������������������llfW������������������������  vi*mmmi..'.\m,mm .VMtmmimtimiimimmiw.% ������w���������immwi wmtmiium  Wfi lmvo iimdo rirrany-'i.u nt^ >< nh i<- iw't Ot" ,ii, Uy-.i'iH-ri \* 0 :>".- 'iLnWul \o  give <nir vetxdoiv iho n'mvn nm n(i|i'irf cnii^' ni ii^Ui $ ,h-, vximohh-d Ix.-it Jt-']-\il,������!i-  oau now'pnp'M- ot t-hr \i,$., nud i,m- ii, wu ������|i, l)���������. loMr ran oi ������2,00 iiwwnl of Uio  n-gulftr rato uf SU 00 t<>r i.!v-; two. ,Suli"(i->;������r.< nvniuin (,li'-inmilv������M ot tldm otl'iir  nmit ba fully j)nid ny ami m ������'l\,ii.o'������    Muut Im lor thu lu'-l i'.! nitutthu undar thw  ClIWVl .!������������������ >... .,., .,.. .,,, ���������>,, ,,���������, , ,  , , ,..  tsf.<i*m'iM^*f!'TMrr'^us^  THE    17 In!" JOB     E __V"ST  ��������� iwnwmn-.-iWTWW  S. "fiAKAKO, Proprietor.  Hard-Burned and ordinary Bricks.  Fiii* /*V?Y7>v,       Pressed and Or;inn.iy.  J)riiin T*le*i-- ,    3in,, 4in.f and 6in.  Five Iji.rtifiiy ,A all kimis to or������.U:r.  Yards at Union Bay.  PoUTOfFK'K AlMilo W  OT7MBjsn.T^I_A,3Sr_D  B-O  s. s. "City of Nanaimo.  Leaves Victoria Tuesday. 6 a.m., fnr Nanaimo,. calling at Musgraves, Vesuvius, Crofton. Kuper, and Thetis  Islands first and third Tuesdays nf  each month; Fuliord, Ganges, and  Fern wood, remaining; Tucldays in  each month. v  Leaves Nana.mo Tuesday,. S p.m., for  Comox, connecting with s,s, Joan at  Narid'mo. ' **-,,.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  N.inainio direct, connecting with  tram lor Victoria,  Le.ives Niinaimo Thursday, 7 a,m, for  Cnmox and way ports.  Leaves' Comox Friday, 7 u.m,, for Nanaimo nnd way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m.j first  and lliird Fridavn of each mor.lh lo  Ganges remaining Fridays of e.ieh  iiiuiuh 10 Ladysmith.    ���������  Lcavf'Pf.iangKS'ir Ludysmith Saturday, 7  a.m., for Viciona nnd way ports.  VANOOtJVBR.NANAIMO ROUTE  N.-fc      "JOAN,"  Sails from Nxnaimo 7 a.m. daily except  Sundavd  Sails from V-mcouvcr after arrival of C.  P.R. Train rfo, 1. daily except Sundays, at ( p.m,  illSlh. 'lAliiiii.   tiMWil V iii  .IlliSH lat, 11108.  VICTORIA TO WELLI_T&TO_7,  No, 2-f)ally, No. 4-Siiii������'my  A-M. P.M.  ���������>������ ������>'"o Viotori* lit*. a,oo  "   i('-"<  Coldstream  ������������������   3 28  " Kh'M,, KmiiIji'i "   4 24  " JI 00 .DuttoMi'tf     ���������������   rt.OO  1' M.                                     v m.  " H'.'l.'i .Ninnimo  ������������������   0 41  Ar 1 ������������������> Ail,. Wnllingten Ar. 7 03  ���������WELL! N*". h  TO VIOTORIA.  No, 1-1 Ml No. 3-HumUy  ���������*��������� -w. a.m.  Da.  8 ������0 Wellington..,, Po, fl 00  ���������������   8/ill  Nuntimo  ������������������   8.1a  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tic  kels on sale, good ovci rail and stcunier  lines, at two and one-h,alf cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, and reduced mos for parties may  be arranged for on application to the  Traffic Manager,  lhe Company reserves the right to  change without previous notice, seamers  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going Journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  than Monday,  Qm, L. Courtney,  / Traffic Manager.  St. _4#iw'������ SCHOOL  QUAMIC-IAN,   B. C.  A Uoaiding School Ior girls, with department for orphans, pleasantly located  at three miles from Duncans Station,  Primary ancl Preparatory English Couise.  Competent Jiistruciors for Piano aiid  Needle-work. Cutting and Fitting also  taught, Board and Tuition, $9 a month.  For particulars., address���������  '-SISTER. SUPERIOR,-  Tzouhalem P. O.  i  mi*tmtw*tia*muemm<&������MMmimi 1 h*>*m  c  ���������I.   O.   F.  OUKT DOMINO,  3518,' meets.  the lnsfc Monday in tlie month  in tho K. of P. Ha.ll.  Visiting Brethren invited.  17m 12t  Di  OS  o  w\#.  f  w.  >_  c>  5-  <  >���������%  n  8  90  muiiuixr*.'Miiu-i*Mw&tu,i*LiJMU*^^ - f- .v'uxmvmt*  gw.ijgjnBBFiwgOTiHrww/ -^ix\i.t3yMiaiyvmip*r&w.imvfjzixaa^  ( o  ^m^m  BT  ft  ft  rs_\ Vi> ",    -*" f-  ll  ���������a  TilflJ CUMBERLAND   NEWS  Issue;' Every Tuesday.  VV. B. ANDERSON,      -     -      -       iSDITOrt  The colutii ih or" Thk Nkws ar</_|><"5 to ������11  who wish to <>xpr������s������.������ therein views o ivat-  ter ,   I public lull real-.  While we do not hold ourselves re tm.i-  ble for the utterances of cones j>oude_������^, we  reserve the.r ght of deoliuiug to insor4-  oinmunica.ious unnecessarily personal.  TUESDAY, JANY. 19. 1904  THE AMATEUR REFORMEK.  OOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOuCK  \  Re Hm ���������  Set-to With  an Officio**  Poatal Clerk.  An oblong piece of colored - paper,  printed and filled out In due form and  signed by the ��������� postmaster at-Morgan-  town," Instructed the postmaster at Chi-*  *ago to pay to Henry M. QwillianiB the  ���������um of $1.05.  A tall, lanky person who had droppe*  tn at the postoflice presented this order  at tho proper window.  The clerk read It through carefully and  looked at the lanky person with some  suspicion.  "Are yon Mr. Gwilliams?" he demand-  1 ed.   ���������  |    "Yes. sir."  |    "H'rnl Who sends the money to you?"  i    "Harrison Bilker,  Morgantown, state  j of Kentucky.   He's a man, if I romein-  i bbr  rightly, .with  a  grizzly   mustache,  ' vrart on the east side of his nose, sandy  complexion, blue eyes, pleasing .expression of countenance, good talker, voted  for Bryan in 1000, but believes in the  gold standard.  Thi3 money was spnt to  balance a legal account of long stand-  Ing"-  "I don't care for any of that," J������tw������-  posed the young man on the other side  of the glass partition. "Have you papers or anything of that kind about you  to identify you as the owner of this order?"  , "Here's-the' letter It came in." said the  person professing to be Mr. Gwilliams.  *'You can see the name on tho back of  the envelope."  "Anything else?"  "Oh, yes."  Here he laid the contents of tho innci  breast pocket- of hiH coat before thc  clerk.  "That's a letter from a cousin in Io  wa," he * cxplniued, pointing out the otn'  on top of the pili>.   "Keceiptod bill l'von1  ���������gas company^ LUu:_!s n'i���������____Jl.Q_l___iii   Name, I think, ng:-ee.s with name on  postal order. Letter from client on tli������  west side. Involved in suit over line  fence. Invitation to cl������L> bamiuet. Circular from proprietors of wire fence factory offering to"���������  "1 guess that'll do."  VI wnnt you to be sHtisfied. It's a seri-  oua thing to pay,out a dollar and.six kitv  ���������or is it four bits'.'���������to a total straugVt  who hasn't anything hut au honest face  ������nd a few documents to reconimeud him.  Here's"���������  "I told you I was satisfied."  "But I'm not. I want to make the  proof overwhelming."  He took a dozen or two of his professional, carta. frrii'n,.n small morocco card-  case and scattered thein profusely about.  "That's all I have with mo," he said,  "bnt If 1 can hnve the use of your tele-  phone I can bring the ofllco hoy here in  ten minutes with a hundred nroro"���������  "Don't got funny. I told you the Identification was satisfactory,"  "Quite sure?"   ,  "Yes. sir,"  "Becuuso tf you are not"���������  "Please let that lady behind you"���������  "Ah! Beg pardon, ma'am.' I hope you  will not huve as hard a Job In cstnbli-h*  lug your Identity as 1 bad."  lie raised his hat, gathered up the order on the cashier whioh the clerk had  shoved at him, replaced his documents  In his various pockets aud moved toward window No, 25,-Cljii'tigo Trliune.  Chanco to Join a CInl������ That WUI  BR tike nn ������1 Sftre Mon py for Yon.  Everybody should loin tlie Mutual Literary Mn-  Bio Club o������ America. There Imiothingelae like It  anywhere. It costs almost nothing to join ana tho  lwnoiltsifcKlvcsarawonclorful. * iter-nlilos you to  purchase bonksar.4 jxir.odicnls, musloacd mwleul  faatrumentti at a^DciAl cut prlcco, II tiacurea reduced rates at nviiiy hotels. It answers questions  t ree ot charge, tit offers* echoir-.rsliipu and valuable cash prizes J������ mcvnbora, It nxulntaias club  rooms ia many cities for Its members. Iu addition,  over? member rocelyifetUa oflloial mc(?uilne entl-  tlvA** Ev'ry Moiith^apnbllcationJaaclassby  Itself .including 6 pieofts of hlch-olawi vocal and instrumental music (full elm each month without  extra chargo: 73 liieccs iu one yonr In nil. 10U  CAN GET ALL OKT'HESB BENEFIT. S TOR ALMOST NOTHING. .  Iho lull yearly mpmlieraWp feo Is Ono Dollar for  whioh you got all abovo, nnd yoa ony withdraw any t|qte -within threo months if you  want to do so and Ret your dollar bucu. If you  don't oare to spend 91.00. send 25 cents for threo  months membership. Nobody can attord to pasn  thia offer by. You will get your money back ini  value many times over. Full particulars will bo]  Bent f roe of charge, but if you aro wise you will  send in yonr requent for membership -with tho  proper tee at once. Tbo 23 ets. throe months membership offer will soon change. Wrlto at onoe addressing your letter and enclosing $1.00 for full  year's membership or twenty-five cents for three  months to  MVTVAX. LITERARY JHTT8IO CX.VB  No. IRQ Nasmin St., N. Y. Ctiy.  I am, prepared  furnish Stylish Rigs  and.do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  gD. KILPATRICK  J w__)  Q CUMiiERLAND p  OOO OOOOOOOOOoOOOOOo  o  o  ���������O  .0  o  o  G  o  c  o  o  ���������wmwMaim itr.. an. wt.tu tfaw-wtTTminin^g-w  tv:^^:^^,-^^^-^^  ���������ifnS  *^^:*������f,,  4_ $  i..-.5.---;*������'_i->S������-V-!-*::;.i-  r.-t.v.iii.  faAOS  ������NU,.RX3������  "Cpt������\HlCiHT.'.-.- &C  Anvono soTidlnpf a ttYtstrti nnd dosciiptlori i;]������5  qulck!y ascertain, 0:oe, wltotii-i? nn*ii'.vdntion >s  probably pateutaHa. C^iauiuntoatioi-.j strictly  confidential. Oldest agency I'orBecurlnjt put-Hits  In Amar'.ca. 'We. hava a V/nsuinutO- once.  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"af  l&t  lb  ���������-C  Cumherland  Hotel  ���������in mTfMtTlt  N o^ice.  Rldiniron locomotives anrl   rail  way car? of   the   Union   Ho]liery  Company hy any  person   itr   per  <*wi������5���������o.x(''(,v^t train crew���������if strictly  -l-,vo--i-,-i-te-fJ-t-~_lTj:ai__iv������L__^J!e__������]i.b-  ject todismiepfil for nliowing same  By order  Francts D  Little  Manager.  HURTS OTBSEHIS.  3009 Westminster Road  Thousands of Fruit and  Ornamental Trees..   ..  RHODODENDRONS,   ROSES,   GREENHOUSE AND HARDY PLANTS  Now  tnrUnrinc: for Fall Planting,  1  1IU ArnniiHMit.  Tho old Rcatlciimii nbowi'd bis dlsplnns-  nro plnluly,  "It m't>ui������ to mo," ho Bald, "rather pr������������  ���������umptiioua for a youth iu your pqnIhoo  to auk tor oi.v dmnrlitor's Linml. Cun ymx  adranco any (food veanors why I bhould  give my cotiHuiit V"  "Voh, air," rcplliHl the young man  promptly.  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McClun  1 TALES OF A 1  **l.  6  $  6  o  I'D  The *L;indors, with the exception of  Dick, whoso business detained Jiiin in  Hie city, were spending tho summer at  tlielr oountry homo, some thirty miles  out of C. One day Mollie deckled to  run in for a fow days "to see Diclc ami  Kbop a little."  The next morning she walked into  lier brother's office, much to iiis but;  ( prise and delight, for Dick was fond  of his little sister.  "1 thought you must be lonely, dear,"  she said, "when you go home at night,  and I've come to bo company for a day  or two1:"  "That's good of you, Mollie. I'll tell  Mra. Klapper to come over early and  got breakfast i'or us. She keeps tny  rooms in order, but I get all of my  meals downtown."  "Bless you, Dick, I can got breakfast  for us both! You need not say a word  to Mis. Klapper. How surprised she'll  be when she conies over in the morning! I must go to do some shopping  now, but I'll take tea with you at 5,  and then we'll buy bread, coffee'and  some kind of breakfast food. Won't  it be fun camping out in the house?"  After a jolly"breakfast Mollie watched him swing into a car; then she went  into the kitchen. Mrs. Klapper found  ���������her there. "Why, Miss Mollie," tha  good woman cried, "what ever ������re you  in town for?"  Mollie explained. "Now that I'm  ber.," she added, "I think I'll wash  all of the bedroom curtains���������those dotted swiss ones, 3'ou know. Jane should  have attended to, them before she went  out to Hill Side."  "Oh, let me wash them, Miss Mollie!  It '11 spoil your pretty hands." And  Mrs. Klapper looked distressed.  But Mollie laughingly declined; "No,"  she said; "you may sweep and dust to  your heart's content, but I shall do the  washing."  The water was soon bubblingon the  kitchen range. Mollie scorned.tlu? base-  --nient���������laundi^,-andr_with-^irs>_Jviap-=-  per's help, carried her wash bench and  tubs to the back porch.  Enveloped in one of Jane's big  aprons, with sleeves rolled up lo her  dimpled elbows, Mollie bent over her  washboard. Mrs. Klapper, broom in  hand, stood for a moment watching  her. "Don't tiro yourself to death,"  sbe said. "I hope you'll call uie"beforo  you're all tuckered out." She turned  to go into the'house, but paused to say,  "I'd most forgot your brother said he  expected a young man here today."  f "Yes, I knpw���������it's some ouo that  wauls work. Dick says. I'm to find  something for him to do. If lie comes  la .'time I think I'll let him tako a turn  at tho tub if I'm tired. Now you can  go to work in peace, Mm. Klapper, for  I shall have an able assistant," and  Mollie laughed and splashed tlio water  right and left with her vigorous rubbing.  A hnlf hour wont hy, nml tbon Mrs,  Klapper appeared In tho doorway,  "Tbnt young man's como," hIio said.  "IIo walked right up 1'o the front door  and rang tho bell. Uo didn't look as If  ho needed work innch-dreSHcd us well  as Mr, Dick, every bit. I've loft him  on the porch and looked tho door after  mo. You''can't'be too careful. No one  knows but Do stole that suit."  V Molllo laughed. "Tell him to come  iiiound hero where I am," slio snid, "lf  lie wishes to work,"  "Morcy!   Ho ain't no much us men  tioned yot that ho Is hunt lug u Job-  acts ns if ho expected you to boo him  In tho parlor.  I'm iirwt ufrald lo huvo  such a man around."  ,40h, no!" sulci Moi::������. "You are loo  hard on tho poor f<-;:*w. Probably  some ono gave lilm thv ������lothes, I'Ii-ukd  flood him horo, Mm. KI upper."  A mlnuto or two lati'i* n pleasant  faced, athletic looking younx mnn  swung around tho oormT of tlio lnmm������  und lifted bin hat to Mollie. Yen, ho  watt woll dressed und flue looking.  "Midi I.andorV" ho askod.  "Yon, nnil you nro tlm-tlio"- how  should sho my itV���������"yomitf man my  brothor wns oipoetingr  '"Xh* luinio-Ilrcnt Carrol, at your  mrvlc*. Yonr brother mid I'd tltid you  horo. I'vo Just beau down to IiIh ofllco."  "Verr woll." nho anld. "Ton enn not  your hnt nnd cent on tho chair Just in-  Hido tho kitchen door thoro; Hum como  horo." A look of surprluo crowed tlio  youug iimu'rt mew; thon bin liJtio eye*  twinkled with fun, and ho tinning to  rin Imv Wi!dlm������.  "What next, ma'am?" he mild submissively. Brent had boon a ������t������r jjtor-  former in tho eollogo plays, anil now ho  foil nt onco into tho part Mollie luul  assigned "him.  "Soxst I want you to hike my place  at thia nib while 1 rout. It Iwu I n  man's work perhaps, hut yon look  i-tmri* and" ���������  "Vf^'m, I'm mroner." he Interrupted  bor, "hut they thought I'd die ome,  when I had ammonia of tlio lungs."  And he bent oror tho washboard with  n fierwlre nlr.  "Of course lie means pneumonia."  Mollie said to herself. "No one would  imagine from his appearance that he  was so ignorant."  She sat on the top step and wiped  ber wet hands on Jane's apron. The  young man found time-to glance at  her now and thon. but ho did not neglect his work. Indeed, after watching  his vigorous operations for a few minutes Mollie felt it necessary to curb  his zeal.  "You will wear the curtains out if  you rub so hard." she said. "See!  This is the way." And she took his  place at the tub. Her pupil looked on  admiringly.  "Aye, there's the rub," he said softly,  for the moment forgetting his pan.  Mollie turned aud looked at him In  surprise. "Do you like 'HamletV "��������� she  asked.  Ho was on his guard again. "I. never met the gentleman, ma'am." he said,  "bein' only a poor washerman."  "Oh," Mollie exclaimed, "is washing  your usual occupation?"  "It's a good one, ma'am, as you  know, or you wouldn't bo at it j'our-  /self, beggin' your pardon." He bent  low over the tub as he made this  speech.  "Yes," she said gravely, "it its a good  occupation���������making things clean and  sweet. 'Cleanliness is nc'::c to godliness.' Now the curtains arc* i u tho rinse  water and we'll have lunch.-and then  get them on the line as soon as possible."  So they ate bread and-jelly together  on the back stops to the dismay of  Mrs. Klapper, who saw thein from an  open^-window.  When Dick came home from tbe of-,  fice a little later she met hiin at the  door. "Well," he said to her, "1 suppose you've had two'callers this morning���������the man after work and my old  friend Carrol. I was surprised when  he walked in."  ,   Mrs. Klapper looked mystified.  "Only one man came," she said.  "He's here now, helping Miss Mollie  wash curtains. They were sitting on  the steps awhile ago, eating a cold  lunch together. You'd be frightened  If you knew how she's trusted that  strange young man. I told her it was  dreadful risky, but she said she'd trust  him exactly as she would any friend  of yours, and sho liked him much better���������all but his language, which was  ;acitjil3_aj_L4jr^^  heard her, too, for he's been freer than  ever since."  . Dick stalked through the house and on  to the back porch. A ciitftess, collarless  young man was hanging curtains on  the line. Dick could not eee his face,  but there was something familiar about  those broad shoulders.  "Brent Carrol," he said with a chuckle, nnd was down the step9 with a  bouutf.  Mollio'a assistant turned, finger on  lips. "Hush," ho whispered, "she takes  me for a washerman, and I liko tho  job." It was too late. Mollie's quick  ears had caught tho word of warning  and an explanation was unavoidable,  i I'm suro that sho forgave him, for  ho Is still In her service, Cupid does  not always slay his victims with arrows���������sometimes ho uses soapsuds.  Wnll Street Wreck*.  "Wall street leaves tm ineffaceable  stump upon a man," suid a New Vork  lawyer tho other dny.  "It Isn't so Apparent wheu ho la ou Uio crest of tho  wave, for ho spends hiH money froely,  and no one questions his means of getting it  Rut when bo goes broke!   Ho  is absolutely unfitted for getting on his  foot unless he enn do It in n day.  He  bas been uncustomed to seeing fortunes  [won nntl lost ln a fow hours, and ho  |can't boo why fortuno will not knock  at tbo snmo door twice.  ' "I know a man who went broko In n  crash ������lx yoars ago. IIo Is n good business mail when not imbued with tho  fovor of speculation,  Ho eould obtain  a good position at $5,000 a year.   But  lio would hnvo to work ami work bard  to earn his sulory.   Ho ho Is lookin*  for 'easy mouoy'���������to mnko his mlllJou  In a. yoar; consequently ho Ims bor*  rowed from his rolutlvoii until they ure  tired of hlra. Thoy want Utm to go to  work, but I doubt whether Im will view  tho mnttor In the light they do until it  In too Iuto nnd the last golden opportunity but slipped away from him and  loft him a speculative nnd iul������uutfarop>  le wreck."  New York Press,  "Well, no," the landlord replied reflectively. "Tlio fact is, we've only just  opened yer, and last niuht was the first  time the boys seemed to be -getting  really acquainted."  THE BRITISH COLONY.  **""        ChastinJii!? n  Lord.  Lord D., a- proverbial hater of Amer- j  ica   and   Americans,   was'".fining   in j  Paris witb the r.ritish minister.   Next j  to him at the table was a noted Newport bflle, Miss X.  The conversation had drifted to a discussion-of things American, and Lord  D. made some disagreeable remarks  about some Americans he had met and  some Yankee customs he abhorred.  "Why, d'ye know," he continued,  with an unpardonable want of tact,  "that at some of the places I dined in  America I saw "people eat with their  knives and spill their soup on the tablecloth."  Miss X. was thoroughly provoked by  this time, but she replied with apparent unconcern:   ,,.  "What poor letters of introduction  yon must have Iu)d. my lord."  There was no more unpleasant talk  about Americans that evening.  Lockjaw.  As to lockjaw, the Tasteur laboratories send out a steady supply of antitoxin serum that will prevent the outbreak of-this disease, very" much as hydrophobia. In both cases, it is true,  the treatment is only preventive, not  curative, but this is usually suflicient,  since the danger is plainly indicated in  advance. If by some sad oversight hydrophobia does break out it always  kills just as it always has killed, but  ..with lockjaw thero is still a chance of  saving life, even after an outbreak, by  inoculating lockjaw antitoxin directly  into the brain. The record of recovery  is 40 per cent  Don't Like BatfaK or Fresh Air.  A Dresden (Germany) physician, having addressed a list of thirty-six questions to seventy-three persons who  were more than ninety years old, learned, among other things, that all of  them are below the average height,  most of them have light hair and have  retained plenty of it. and none of them  has any teeth remaining. AH but five  are inveterate jokers ancl admit being  "wild" in their youth. Fow of them  -take-kindly-to-the-bath-or-to.fresh-alr...  First Style* In  Fur*.  Thoso  provident  women   who  buy  their furs early in the autumn will be1  interested in tbe forerunner here shown  of the new shapes to be expected next  Getting AtHiHslnteil.  In his "Llfo ot Bret HnHu" Mr. T.  Edgar I'nmhorton mollis a story which  turns on tho typicni westerner's gift  for humorous understatements. In tho  auIWs i.u.iy d,:y.i h CJ,':\,r.i'..i he  sprnt a night \i\ an Inn, newly opened.  After he had got comfortably to bed  hs was aroused by tho noise of muffling end shouting, punctuated by occasional plato! shots bolow.  lu the U������w."ui������W������ **>��������������� rT--l!������'rt <-.oV,-;;\tiM,i'ii,  bo found the landlord with n bruised  eye, a piece of court plaster extending  from bis cheek to hi* forehead ami yot  with a pleasant smllo on his face. Talc*  ing his cue from this, Hnrto said,  "Well, landlord, yon hud rut her a lively time hern Inst night."  "Yes." admitted the Inndlorrt, with n  doopcuing amiUs. "It xvoh rmhtr a Jive-  ly time."  "Do you often hnvo xudi lively time*  round here?" wntinm'd Marin oniiiold-  c������c<! by the J.-.:;(!J;#*-ir������ ������������������!������������������ -<-vftf.v. --.<*.  NT1W RIUfB IN run flOA'J'S.-  winter In moleskin, sealskin, son I nud  mink. Its short, straight bolero, with  Hut neck and sleeves wldo ami full ut  the bottom, murks some radical cbuuges  in fur stv'*'*.  Alvnhol In Medleln*.  Our own opinion, which we Iihto frequently set forth. Js that alcoholic hor-  crugos arc uf value iu curtain forms of  disease and that thoir vnlnn depends  net so much upon lint alcohol, but upon  tVi������ t������!r>mw ethom tvlileh thorn* hover.  ������������������* ivmtaln or should contain. No  medical mnn doubts thnt Intemperance  In nlcohol Is an njipnlllng factor In the  spread of crime, disease nnd fioverty,  nnd It Ift/nntlatibtcclly the duty of tho  nuwtle'il prnftMji-tmi tn nndenvnr to *t:iv  the curse of drink by every menus In  1U power.-London Lancet.  Chivalry.  The essence of chivalry Ii te look ont  for tlio little ones. Wherever * child  can be helped, wherever a stranger can  be (,'ultled or n friend who Is shy set  at ciifo, wherever a wotik brother can  he wved from fnlllnc nml Hhn me, wherever nn old man's i-tep can be made  easy, wherever n servant's position enn  Po disrniijcri in Ids eym. 1% the chance  for elilvalry to fchow Hw!f.  lire Hundred Actual Settlors in tho 15a;r-  JAoyd KtfservHtidu.  Air. A. J.'-Gay arrived in Edmonton on Monday i'roin l'Joydininsier,  li'itunriin. Air. Gay nnd his partner,  Air. A. Ht iii, have, beon granted the  contract ior grading t\v<jnt.y-nvQ miles  for the Canadian Northern through  tlio British colony. They havo also  secured an option on fifty.-additional.-  inih's oi' grading if they can handle  it. In Mr..' Gay's opinion the Canadian 'Northern should be complimented on granting this contract, which  will provide ample work for both'men  and teams this fall. The railway  starts in the colony, <going t-wenty-  livo miles ^ast towards Battleford  from the fourth meridian-- Air Gay  is confident that the Canadian North-  orn will have thoir lino graded  through to Edmonton by next' midsummer.* The rails will be laid as  far as thq British colony by August,  3 90-1, and on through to Edmonton  before the snow flics.  The committee, of which the Rev.  Air. Lloyd is president, which took  over the affairs of the Rev. Air. Ban-,  have everything arranged most satisfactorily.' There are live hundred  actual settlers on their own land at  the present time and all arc greatly  pleased with . Western ��������� Canada.  Through the instrumentality of tho  H������v. Air. Lloyd six thousand additional settlers' arc expected to arrive  in tho colony from the Old Country  next spring. The present extent of  immigration is but a drop in tho  stream which will follow in due  course. Tho business men of tho  colony ar������ now .'making arrangements to get down $100,000 worth  of "supplies and provisions for winter  consumption, before rivor navigation  closes. These goods will bo stored at  Fort Pitt this fall and teamed to  the colony in the winter. This will  give employment to many of tho  colonists during tho winter months.  All the railway supplies will be shipped down the river from Edmonton.  Mr. Gay is at present waiting on a  carload of scrapers, which have been  shipped from Winnipeg for Edmonton for over six wesks.' The colonists  are adapting themselves to their surroundings and are thrifty and industrious. Mr. Gay has lived west  of Winnipeg since .1878 and he says  that the hind at the colony is excellent, particularly around tlie cast  of Birch Lake, whore there are at  present excellent opportunities for  homesteaders.   Thc land is well wat  ered, free from scrub, but "with "some  fairly good timbor.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  HOME BUILDING.  Corn uud Co.llUti.  It is told*��������� of Lord '.TIa>vlte'_ first  eleven of .. English crickoter's that,  when dining at the Queen's during  their visit to Toronto, .somo of them  proceeded to eat corn on the cob,  They saw the Other guests ordering,  tho vegetable, but the Englishmen  attempted to eat the dainty cob and  all! Thoy .."announced that tiie method of consuming it was unpleasant,  and that corn was "beastly," anyhow, says Day by Day in Toronto  '.Tews. And now our good Nova  Sootia codfish is being denounced by  tho ssald'soi'y ol England. With a view  to helping Canada and varying tbo  fare of Tommy, the commissariat of  tho army not long ago ordered a  consignment of codfish. Tho now viand was first served to tho East,  Surrey Koglinent, iu camp at Alder-  shot, aud This Daily Mail tolls iho  r/iournfiil story at tha effects of this  attempt, to consolidate tho Empire,  Twonty-fivo dried cod lish wero given  to tho cooks. '''Light-brown, rlirtv  looking things," the reporter insultingly callw thom. Thoy wore boiled,  curried, mado into pie, but Thomas  turned up ids noso, lio wouldn't eat  them, although, as every Canadian  known, salt codfish is a mighty  "good thing to eat," as thn children  way, Of courso, thn blame rests on  thane English army' cooks. It is  good betting that thny,didn't, soak  those lish in at. least three waters.  To try to oat suit codilsh without  soaking It is simply to spoil ono of  tho Creator's good gifts. Jlut, when  soaked, thn salt disappears, thn flesh  freshens up, nml tho consumer ro������  joicos. It is tlio old story of Mm  English cook boiling tho flrst con-  Klgumont of tea leaves and serving  thom as n kind of salad. Thc War  Oflloo had hotter import, lialf-u-dozen  Canadian cooks. Thon tho codilsh  will take a proud placo on tho army  blll-of-furo,  ��������� ..<��������� m  tUlnlnir the ilil|i,  "Ye*," said tho yarn spinning eld  marJnor ln tbe corner of the railway  carriage, "for throe <lays and nlghti  we worked at tbe pnmps, nnd still the  water gained on us. At l&ut wo gave  up tho hopeless straggle. Then* we  wuh -elnkin', linklu', oxpectln' te per-  ma tmtjy 'uii a uiiuuia. U "*'** *  hoitul I'msc, biiViCYo mi'. SuililvisllMto  we feels the wcjmcI a-rlsln' up through  the water. She riz till ber keel was  n'metit out o' water, and we rhlo������ Into  port light on top ���������' tbe waves. Wo  with Kuvixil uvr it happened wm vm  bad a cargo o' yenst on board, and  wben tbe water reached It It rose and  ros������ till It fairly lifted up tbo ablp!"  Promoters Af Coareat*.  BpnrtnciM- Women arc a jjirottt Incentive to mnnly courage.  Hmarticus���������'i'ltul'ii riuhl. Since I've  been married ami hud a few tilts wltb  niy wife the prospect of n scrap with  Die meanest mnn ou earth seems like  mere child's play to tne.-Hntftmoro  American.  TJie Cost of tlte Ayoph&c- Houso Per  Square Foot.  Taking the country as a whole, are  the conditions favorable just now for  home building? 'This question wa������  asked of a number of architects and  builders in different sections.  It fa as ggod a time to build as it is  likely to be is the opinion of tlie men  interviewed. The price of material is  rather high, but wood, which of course  in house building is generally the principal material, is "up" to stay, and  plumbing and masonry are probably  on a fair, basis.  The early fall is a good time to begin house building l'ii-the northern latitudes. The foundations may then be  put'in under favorable conditions, the  work well advanced beforo frost and  the structure closed ln before snow >  flies, while the interior may bo finished  to advantage during tlie winter, when  tlio artificial heating gives a dry air  and an even temperature. This enables the flooring and other finish to bo  fitted nicely and tho varnish and-paint  to dry in.  A house begun in September could  very well be finished by Ecbruary or  March, five or six mouths being sufficient time for the average work to be  carried out to advantage, ��������������������������� This is,'on  the whole, rather less expensive than  to build in the spring, as there is less  delay on inside work.  Experience shows that the average  two and a half story house with-the  usual fittings can be built for;.$3 or $4  per square foot of ground covered, according to the quality of finish desired.  The-advance in the cost of building has  been from 20 to 30 per cent in the past  ten years. &  Many architects urge their clients,  where they cau afford it, to build of  brick rather than wood. The cost of  brick is relatively less today than it  ased to he. Wood shrinks'and swells  and burns. Wood has to bo painted  and grows shabby with time. Brick  takes on a better tone and texture wltli  time, does not shrink and swell and"'  won't burn. Vines will grow on the  brick wall. Repairs are less; insurance  rates aro less. The brick house is  cooler in summer and mucu more'economically heated iu winter, and, built  Willi a hollow wall, it is entirely free  from dampness. The cost of a brick  ^avoi_^_vi:Qod(m-.honse_Js_lO_to_liLpxjt___  cent as a general thing, but the difference is mado up in smaller bills for  coal and paint.  The tendency now is toward fewer  and larger rooms; to have at least oue-  large living room in the house;*in the-  smaller house to mako the hall a reception hall, doing away with tho reception rootn or parlor. The kitchen.  Is being more carefully planned, as-.  people realize the.,'importance in the  daily comfort and economy of the convenient and well planned kitchen.  There was a time when tho superficial  features.wero given undue consideration and when a house was planned  with reference to tbe rare occasions of  .fcarly and reception. Today a wiser  idea 'prevails, and the dally life of tlie  household becomes tho controlling in-  flucncc.-rGood Housekeeping.  \  Miller Applo Son co.  Cider apple sauce is an old tlmo  dainty which deserves better than io  be forgotten, It differs from apple  bulbil', as the quartered apples arc not  bulled to pulp, but preserved In the  clear sirup of tlio condensed ��������� elder.  Itoll sweet cider down lo ono-fourth or  oiio-llfth Its quantity and" add solid  subacid apples, pared, cored and quartered, with one-fourth their weight In  sugar, Boll them vory slowly till tliey '.  look lucid without inning their shape. j,i  tnko out carefully with a wooden skimmer without breaking und boll the  sirup llll It Js thick, then pour Jt over  the applet*. No spleo goes into thh fo  Impair the high flavored apple* of  'which Jt should bo made. It Should  be a light amber preserve, thick as ,  honey.  RvlAenee nf nn 18>*wltn*M.  Quest���������Why do yoo believe In soeond  light, major?  Major Darby (hi rin Impressive will*-  part-llncnnKtf I fell In love ut flrst  light!- runcli.  If n row threatens you don't lot It go  to far that you become hitler nnd are  rilling to hurt yoarsolf lu order to  wrt your ertomv. ���������,  A Sl������������ at WbUtlor.  A young San Franciscan, tho owner  >f a tamo and valuable collection of au-  '.ograph'. onco wroto to Jnraos MncNoIll  Whistler, politely requesting his slgun*  (uiu 'iho J-Ucr was scut iu caro ot  Ihe London Itoyni academy, with which  the famous American pointer wns nt  wts. Aftor four raontlm tho letter wn*  returned to the San Krauelsco ������d_w������������  Irom the dead lotter oilice in Washington. Covering tbo envelope was the  word, repeated numborloiw times, "Un-  mown."  fhe Heal Veree,  "Man docs bla bent when he la hard  put to It. Necessity, you know, is tbe  mother of Invention," baid thu oUt-mcr  of men nnd things.  "Yt'st." replied the benedict, "bnt If  necesnlty wero Invention's motbcr-ln-  law then you'd tee bow invention  would have to bump UseJf."   w^. 'Is'  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS.  _-���������������������������������������������_���������pb^i^���������������������������i_���������_���������____���������_������������������<������������������������������������^���������  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  "Which would you rather do, Jar-  Icy, kiss a girl on her lips or on her  eyes ?" "Her eyes, of course. You  havo to do it twice to cover the  grround."  VTWIlUAM  flKM  0. C. R1CHAHDS & CO.  Dear Sirs,���������A few days ago I was  ttikon with a severe pain and contraction of tho cords of -my leg, and  had to be taken homo in a rig. I  ������ould not fdeop for pain, and was unliable to put my foot to the floor. A  Itiond told me. of your MINARD'S  LINIMENT, and one hour from the  flrst application I was abio to walk,  and tho pain  entirely disappeared.  You can use my name us freely aa  vou like, as I consider it the best  wxuody I have ever used.  CHRISTOPHER  GERRY.  .Ingcrsoll, Ont.  '-'How does Jlbson stund Prosperity sinco ho came into his fortuno '."  ���������'Oh, ho stands it all right, but it's  pretty rough on his friends."  Use Lever's Dry Soap (a powdor)  to wash woollebs and fltmaels,���������you  will like it. , 32  Teacher���������-"Suppose you wero a king  Tommy, what would you do ?" Tommy���������-"T'd never wash my faco any  wwre."  THKY DROVE IMMPLES AWAY.��������� A  face covered with pimples i9 unsightly.  If tolls oi internal irregularities which  skould lone since havo been corrected.  Tho'''liver and the kidneys aro hot performing their functiona in tho healthy  way they should, and these pimpled nro  t-:lot you know that tho blood protest-.  Parmelee's Veeetublc 1'illn will drive  *hem away, hnd will leave the skin clear  nod clean. Trv'-thcm. and there will be  Another wittiest* to their excellence  "How marrie<l life docs change  ���������ne." "From what I have observed  I abould say it changes two."  A Dotroit paper announces, as an  astonishing fact, that a young lady  et that- city -had a needle enter her  waist about "-a'year ago, and that it  recently worked its way out of the  arm of a young man who dwells ia  swwjthcr city.  THE FIRST BABY.  What joy tliere is in tho homo when  tlie. first baby comes, and yet to tho  young and inexperienced mother who  Itos to care.-for it there is no other  period-.'of lier.. lifo so trying. In tho  Tittle ills tlmt arc certain to come  tho inexperienced mother scarcely  knows what to do. To the young  mother���������to all mothers���������Baby's Own  Tablots are a real blessing. They  promptly cure such troubles as constipation, col'c, sour stomach, diarrhoea and simple fevers. They break  up colds, destroy worms, allay the  irritation accompanying- the cutting  of tooth and prevoat more serious  ills. Those Tablets uro sold under a  guarantee to contain no, opiate, nor  any othor of thu harmful drugs ul-  ways found in the so-culled "soothing" modlciiu-s. Thoy nre good i'or  all children from the now born babe  U) the well grown child. If you do  not llml the Tablets at your medicine dealers send 25 cents to The Dr,  Winiiut-iH' Mciliriuo Co.. Brockville,  <������nt., nud a box will !���������** mailed you  piwt paid.  The National Bunk of Norway was  ���������darted by the (iovernmeu'.. eoiupnl-  linff' its well-to-do -inhabltiints to  subscribe! for the stock, and in sums  . division by llvo to facilitate book-  konping. The blink .is. ul������o u pawnshop.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT  6������mov������ all hard, aott or eallouaod  mpi and blomlnhoii Irom, horwn, blood  ���������pavtn, curbs, splints, rlnRbono. iwooBoy,  ���������tlflos, sprains; cures Born and swooUco  throat, cough*, eto.-Sivv������ MO hy ths  uss of ons bottle. Warranted ths most  wonderful Blemish Ours ever known.  Bold by Sl<  rimirirlots  The world is crowded only In .spo(������,  Thero are still 3o,noo,cvio square  miles of tho earth's Rurfuco that have  mot been i������x id need.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in Cows.  A. Hhowcr of tond7 recently fell on  iho railroad truck In Topoka. Kansas, and sn Impeded thc progress of  a. troi-gixl train that it came to a  halt.  5jJ H I Jp9  to a strictlT commi<:?ion firm���������Trt  THOMPSON, SONS & CO.  Writ* to-day for   GRAIN  COMMISSION MERCHANTS  ,parti__lars.  "Wlnnlpi  Do You Want  SOME ONE TO HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS  TO CONSIGN YOUR CRAIN TO A RELIABLE FIRM  PROMPT SERVICE AND CAREFUL ATTENTION  ?  IC em, the undersigned wants yoar business mod will endeavor to giro satisfaction'  Gosh advanced on consignments.    Betereucs;  Union Bank ot Canada.  Ths oldest established Grata Commission  Merchant ln Winnipeg.  Grain Exohange, Winnipeg.  RINK  Maclennan Bros.,  GRAIN   MERCHANTS,  T_L_PH0N_ HOO. P. 0. Box 585  Molntyro Blook, 304, Wlnnlpog.  WliOAt nnd gruiu of nil kiwis. Car  Load I.oU a Specially. l!ci;uliu- ad'  vjuices oo Bills of LhiI'iuh.  Writoorwiro us forTrutifc Itiils, or  Consign Your Grain to un, which wo  will soil for your account, ou your approval to highest bidder.  MAKKET EEVIEW  (Compiled from Thc Commercial).  Wheat���������The week itt wheat trad-.j  has Iwon dull, and for tho most part  tho tondency of prices has been downward. In the American speculative  markets thero has been a gradual decline until yesterday, whon a lair reaction took placo. The result-on tho  week's trading in these niurke:s  shows a decline of ic to ij-c ou the  December delivery, but the May delivery is practically unchanged. There  is not much change in tho general  condition of the trade tho world  over, but last week the Black Sea  shipments were less, and American  exports wero larger. This week, with  slightly lower prices, export trade  has been more active, und this week's  exports from both, coasts arc the  largest of any- week since the first  week in June.  Demand by European countries continues, oa a liberal scale, and consumption of. brcadstuffs. both iii Europe or America shows littlo or no  falling off, although latterly there  arc reports that tho American milling trade finds business less activu.  Crop news shows no variation from  a week ago, and the Australian and  Argentine harvests aro a week nearer  being secured. Growing winter wheat  in America is generally doiifg well,  some ports where complaints of dry  wcathei~wer6rbegmning���������to���������be-hear-d-l  liave had good rains.  Trade" in' Manitoba wheat shows no  change in character from a week ago.  Prices have declined in sympathy  with the decline in American' markets, but, the volume of trade is on,  a modem te scale. Exportors still  find thoir business very .slow and difficult to work, and act unsatisfactory  is'tho handling of i wheat at country  points that the principal elevator  companies have decided to decline  buying, und only keep thoir houses  open i'or storing and shipping for  furpicra or other shippers. This decision has been arrived at on" account of  the uncertainty of tho grading' of  much of thia year's crop. Much  money has beeu thrown away by  buying at country points losing  grades on tha wheat bought and it  would seem that the only remedy is  to stop buying and allow farmers to  ship thoir wheal tlvMiiHulves ami take  tlio jink ol' the grinliiig. As- showing Iho e.'itremo difl'oreni'o In quality  between this yeur-'s crop and last  year's tho following are tho car in-  spectionu at Winnipeg for tho month  of sOclohi'r������ this your' as compared  with  hist : ���������  GOOD NEWS FOR  HIS OLD HOME  Vernon Bromley-Cured-by Dodd's  Kidney Pills,  For Year* lu< Was Crippled by Hhe_ma-  tUin and Solaticn-Dodd** Kidney Pllla  Hindu lilm it Xcvr Man.-  Morristown, N.Y., Nov. q.���������(Special).���������Vornon Bromley, now of this  place, but. formerly of Trenton, Ont.,  relates .an experience that vvill prove  of great interest to his old friends in  Canada.  "I have been a great sulTerer from  Rheumatism aud Sciatica for years,"  Mr. Bromley states. "The citizens of  Trenton will remember what a cripple I was. I could neither work or  lie down, thc pahi was so great.  - "Reading of cures by Dodd's Kidney l'ills finally, led-mo to try rthem,  and from tho second box _ began td  feel relief. I continued to use thorn  till 1 had taken twelve boxes, when  I \v"as completely cured.  "Dodd's Kidney Pills have made a  new man of me."  Rheumatism and kindred diseases  are caused by uric acid in the blood.  If tho Kidneys are sound they will  -take_aU���������_lho_uric acid out of. the  blood. Dodd's Kidney Pills make  sound .Kidneys.  Mamma���������"Willie, where aro those  apples, gono that wero in the storeroom ?" Willio���������'*They ure with the  gingerbread that was in the cupboard."  U radii  Oct,  19"j Oct, js<*3  Coughing is tha outward sign  of inward disease.  5h������loh's  Consumption  CtirC   The Lung Tonic  and the cough will stop,  Try It to-night,  If it doesn't benefit you  we'll give  your money back.  Price* 96c, 60c. and 81.00  _    8. C, WELLS ft CO.  Toronto, C������n.        URoy, K.Y.       $  Curs,  Gars.  }  Hard ...    44  a.'iSi  l Northern    1.(0/  2,727  2 (No.rthiM'n    ...   .1,3-14  S58  >, Northern    ...     I..81-2  y-\o  No Crude       ,,.      66ft  K*  At tho di'o'.so of  bm-ilnnsH  l-'rlday Uio  prices of Manitoba whont  wore :   lN"o,  l northern Sue, '.*.  northern  77c ,\ UilV-  them 73c.    No. /)  1    whont  64 J c,    feed  wheat 53j������i >sf'l*-1<  or dulivory up to  25lh  lust., in atom, Port  Wi Ilium or  Port Arthur.  THE BLOOD PUMP  GIVES YOU HEALTH OR DISEASE  ACCORDING TO  ITS  CONDITION.  .If* tho heart,- tho blood pump'-of the  hUTiimrH.ysl.pin. Is out of order tho, nerves  nro wlnrvivl (or wnnt of blocfd,��������� and indl-  Rfvstion, nlft<>i.)|pi������pnuss, sick houduche, lack  of vluor ami nervousncRH nre tho n'RUlt.  Hr, \i)|rew'(i ITourt Oure rellevon heart,  (lliieui.o in thirty minutes, uurus find  Hirenjrthenii the oruon ho thnt rich hlood  (.'ouiwk through the voimi und health  rttlniis where diseiiuc wns supreme. Tha  l������otN������r the hlood pump the more vigorous  tho hi'iilth. N'inet.v-nine out of a hundred henriN are week or diseased. Thu  first dose of Ariww'h ITenrt ('uro rv-  \u'\ii>t.   Snid  hy all dmedsts.   11.  The pretty faro and coquettish  ways of 11 wall tress at a country chub  houso nonr ("hlcugo unaiscd tho indignation cf soviuiil of the wives  and du lighters of the. members. Their  (���������oiieertoi'l action caused the d Ism instil  of the beauty. Wjlien tihe asked the  reason she wns curtly informed "Kor  conduct, becoming a lady, but utv!.K>-  Coining a wuitrevs."  WM AIJ, HAVK MIHN10NS IN TITF.  WiiUr.U.���������I'hei-i' is u work to do for  every inuii 011 earth, there is u function  In nerform'for evlivv 1 hlne rin ettnh, ivni-  umto and liuiniiiiiitn, Kvervthlim Ims a  mission, ami tlio iiilnsiuri of Dr. Thomas'  ili-k-vlrk- UII iii \o heal hums and  wounds of every description, and euro  roughs, colds, uroun and nil iilTeetloiitf of  tha  ri'j'plcalory ori'inm.  A (.'iiinollaii liy llirtlt,  Onn of London'H hwl-Unown postor  deKlffnorfl la a Canndinn by birth,  John Hiissftll, wIioho himioroiiH work  Ir nil over thn British hillboui'ds,  lion I soma HhutchOH up to a London  weekly, whom) oditor aHtottitdici! him  by ivccuptlnj; them. This gave llm-  ���������all Iho ambition to bocoiue a a'tvitt  artist; hs 'stud led threo ynurs on tho  Continent, and than camo 'to London  to do Uo, IIo succeeded quialdy, and  bin namo Is now known neurly all  the world ovor. Mont of hln Idonn  (nay! a wrltar in PoarNcm'n MaRu-  ������lno) are got from real llik 'l'lie  Underground Hallway olTorH a (trout  Ueat ior liiu gatiuaiiig ot un-it.-������, una  when ho fwla quite bankrupt of nug  gestions hu takes hlmsolf in thnt direction, and. sometimes In a (Irut  class, then in a third, ho will sit  the wholo longth of tho lino round,  Inrddnjj nhmit him to *ei������ what hln  tollow-passongers aro llko. Later tho  public hM a laugh ovor hIn "iltid*.'*  Ilnrlal.  "How much bottor I IHio tbe word  'burlur than 'funeral.' Tho burial Is  Just tho fnlflllmpnt ot onr !ntt*t pniy-  on. 'None or ������olf nnd all ot thee.' The  poor pettiness of that which Is not living nnd loving aud no ulorlllod la hlra.  all burled nwny, nnd tiQthlni; precious  In his sight, nnd m In onrn, can bo  hurled thero!"~"I^ttor������ or limolle Uu*  kjIJ Guriieyr"  Whoro (hero Is room In the heart,  there In always room i:i the houHe,-������  Moore,  Mioanl's l.fniiiient Cures Colds, etc.  Walk ln^hT"i|Jrl-rt.''"nnd"Thoii hIiuH  ������������������-tHt thy path, thowtfh thorny, hrlKht,  ���������Ilurton,  Our doodn dotermiuo us u������ much  us wo determine our dwdn.-~George  Kliot.  An (iutomiitle tlrn-pump, eonnw-twl  with thn bicycle Nilddlo, Ih thn latent  invent Ion, Whenever the ridi'i' in  houncorl on his naddlo air Ih forced  Into the I Iron.  Sunlight Soap will not Injure  your blankets or harden them. It  will make them soft, whito ond  fleecy. tb  W. N. U. No.  Unshrinkable H.B.K. Underwear  Made from the best sidewool ia tlie fleece���������elastic ribbed krit��������� shaped to fit body���������absolutely non-shrinkable  ���������wool treated by H.l_.i������. exclusive process to make it  so���������every particle of oil, grease, slivers, etc., removed  by tlie H.B.K. patent cleaning; process���������tough wear,  light, fleecy, all wool, clean, pure, luxurious underwear,  and absolutely nou-shrinkable, emphasi_enon-sl_ri_il_ab_e  Sold by dealers everywhere.  Ouly genuine witb this brand.  Tough  A pinto bronco is tough  from the end of his nose  to the tip of his tail.  And the toughest part  of him is the light,  muscular hide that  covers his back and hips.  From that part of his hide  the famous "Pinto" Snell  Cordovan leather is made for H.B.K.  mitts and gloves.   Scorch, boil, wind,  rain, cold proof.  Genuine only with ���������  this brand.  Sold by enterprising dealers, everywhere.  Write for " Strayed," the fuaalest bronco story eyer written.���������FRE3  Hudson Bay Knitting' Co.  MONTREAL.  WINNIPEG.  Xftkaarc of "ttfotrm Weuirab-** for Kv**TbodT.  1  m~~~'--mm.. _ _.  u___f������-.  sJSSSM  W: oonvirs ���������  O/ER ONE HUMDRE'D YEAftS OF MILLING EXPERIENCE.^  DAILY CAl'ACITV   10,500 11 AUREI.S  OGILVIE'S  FLOURS  Have heen nelected as tho Standard  for Manitoba Sprinjr Wheat,Flour in  tho Dominion of (huuiilu hy the f.!ov~  ernment Flour Comiuitleo,  Ttil.s ia conclusive   proof of   their   Btrcnyth,  color,   and gonoral higli quality.  R-mndH  "OttlLVlE'S .IIIJNdAlllAN"  obTI.VHS'S OLKNOHA  PATENT."  tr.''  Tb^OoLViE FlourMills COxtd  lie that xwells In jirotiperlty will bv  Uure to wlnU in udveis'H'.���������Colton  The finger jmils of tho Klnj; ,of An*  nun nro uh Jour no IiIh llnKon). and  tho chief duty of five of hiu when ir  to tako caro of them. He ban over  ono hundred wivok. ISSUED BVBEY TUESDAY.  ������ so-loUon  .$3.oo a y8a>rs  38. Hnfcer&on, BDtror.  63TAdvertsaersv/hO' w>mt> then ad  eh.aa?;ed, should Rot, copy in by  9 a.m. day before issue.  Tho Editor will uot be responsible for the  views, BcatinieritSj or any errors of oompodi-  tioa ofletter correspondents."  Job Work Strictly CO. D".  Transient Ads Cash ia Advance.  As a sequel to tho late marine  disaster, ami in . view of the fact  that no craft wa3pnt<tinul)le to send  to .he tfcone of the wreck, much  commoni is rife regarding the custom of the Dominion Government  in putting the Canadian Navy  (otherwise the Quadra) out of cotn-  raission in the winter months, when  her services would perhaps be  urgently needed. A Government  vessel should be available at all  'times .and-more especially in the  winter, when life or property at sea  may be endangered, to Bay "nothing  of utorm displaced bouys, &c.  The Perils of the Sea.  The late shocking disaster within  eight of Victoria by which so many  lives were lost by the breaking up  (������������������he term ;\dvipedly) t,f the ill-fated  " Clailaiu," revive, in'"'this ihe  20th .century oi advanced art,  science and civilizalion, ihe old  feoling of the perilousnesB of the  lives of those who "go down to the  tea in ships." Centuries ago, shipbuilders put all the strength into  vessels which thoir instinctive  dread   of' the   elements to  which  those barks we^e to be left to the  mercy of, and which their mechanical ingenuity co'.ild get out o,' the  materials they were forced to use.  Those old builders, of few and crude  ideas, and wiih primitive tools and  limited material, feiill and all built  ships which would withstand th<-  force of tho.ocean'e buffeting, and  though experience in  those  days  was dearly bought with ihe price of  many lives, the hulk of tho?e lives  were lost, not from structural weakness of their '.hips, but mainly  from   geographical   and   scientific  ignorance,   There was no falling to  pieces of a vessel in a sua way because of the weakness of tfieaik.  the scantiness of keel and keelson,  or by reason of .the ribs being fow  find far between,   or of i-kimped  fastenings.    In theui latter day.-,  howovor, days of improvement in  shapes of hulls and top gear, of improvements in fastenings, of groat  steam ongines built of tho strongest  steel and iron, powerful enough to  drive tho ship against any storm, of  accumulator!  experiences  of hundreds of years of mistaken, mirfnr-  tunes and exploded ideas, a uiulo>ii  ship-building firm htiildw in n fow  months, a palatial pus^ugor boat  for a short run of 40 mi (us from  land to land across a strait whioh  is almost Itiml-lookod from thu fury  of tho open ocean,   Sho in hnili on  tho most   modern   and  approved  lines.     Hor engijioe nro nf laiest  pattern, J ifc-boat a,  lifu-blu*, and  every othor otcetera brand new and  up-to-date.    She starts on her run  on the fateful morning, ugainni a  btortn which is from a direction felt  rinn|   *���������������<������/>������ r\X..   1 ���������������,   ������l   .���������, i    , I   ,   * t     'VI  ...I'bIi ������ti*������ivij    ...       .... i ��������� ,.    .,     . uv  bUahiajg of Jht; vi:,i,*.u oaiieu] iho  breaking, or crocking of a deadlight,  which the waves shortly after stuve  in, letting tho tou to pour in to tlie  engine ronm. At tlio same time  thia straining evidently opened  acams in other parts of tho doomed  ship, and though the broken deadlight wna prompt!y <-t't*.*v >! i<p, tho  water from o; Imt s'mreow uxtiti^������ii������h-  cd the hVH in Unto rnod-rn fur-  nnc''-*, and \bo V������ Mt-1 w,iH ns 'ci)'fi'  j\b ii <1i:������iijuMf.H.I galley nf C'lMiirw  time���������without its strength.     The  end then soon cu mo, and the ship,  not yet one year old, the builders  of which  would have laughed to  scorn  the rueihods   employed   by  those who built even the comparatively modern ships used by Nelson, sank out of sight, virtually in  pieces, with a loss ef life which has  spread gloom along the whole coast, j  She was " built like a basket, and  leaked like a sieve "    Apart from  the. danger arising from .the rise of  flimsy vessels, this crust is lamentably deficient in light-houses, and  more so in life-saving stations. The  scena of the "���������Clallam7'  disaster,  though free from martime obstructions,   nevertheless,   in   a   south-,  westerly gale, such as was blowing  at the time, becomes dangerous in  the possibility of &��������� vessel becoming  disabled, which may happen without any structural weakness in the  hull, and in such case, the mass of  islands, and reefs, with their attendant currents and tide rips, lying to leeward, make the destruction  of the ship more than probable, and  here, if at any place, right in the  track of the main traffic of B.C. and  thn Sound, should there be a well-  equipped life station. 7  The details ofthe disaster are top  harrowing to read. Many remarks  are made as to what should or  should not have been done. Let  us refrain from personal comment  until the affair is investigated. No  doubt all concerned did what seemed best under the circumstances,  and at the present time, we can  only know that the vessel was not  strong enough to stand tho sea.  Whether or not that sea was, at the  time, violent enough to disable ihe  strongest ship, remains to be proved  Men_jvho think they jtnow gay_it  was not.  i    School  Statement ������  For Year ending December 31, 1903  RECEIPTS.  Brought forward,  $128 00  High i^chool Fees, .,..,..'...... .271 00  Government Grant���������High School.. 300 00  " "    ��������� Publio School,. .4746 90  Total Receipts,  jjM^jjq  EXPENDITURE.  Teuoh-rs Salaries.  ������4,742 50  Jaiijjor.    238 00  Scarcer ...'"..      60 00  o������ai ���������....' ..!...*....-..;'   SO 00  Teaming. *..'.,  0 40  Science Supplies for High School.. 26 10  Stoves, Pipes, eto,  2U 35  Wator: Pipoa und Labor,  20 45  Ou'k, Soap, Brooms aud Mops,... 25 55  Water..... -....  13 75  sjT. H, Caroy���������Postage for 2 years. -4 00  Advertising..',  4 40  Renewing 5 Blackboards  10 00  Telegrams  2 10  Lotting Seats for High School..... 7 50  Cupboard and Shelving  for High  Sohool...................... 7 90  Repairs to School Building....... 31 25  Air  Dry  .System.  Our facilities for Storing Perishable Artioles are now  complete. Eggs, Butter, Hame, Fowl and Meat! of  kinds Stored at llea.onable  Rates   REWARD will be paid fpr information leading to the con-  ~"   viction of persons appropriating or destroying our Beer Kegs  UNION BREWING CO., Ltd.  Phono   27. DUNGMUTR STREET P. 0. Drawer   45  Total Expenditure,   So, 356 25'  Total Receipts.  Total Expenditure.  ������������������������������������������������������  .....$5,446 80  .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,,    OfOUU   _<0  To Balance,       $90 55  High School Fees due���������Pall Term.. $13 00  ToBalance Cash.................    90 55  BKGEffi  raphs  Total Balance,     $103 55  Respectfully submitted,  THOMAS H. CAIIF.Y,  Secretary.  Have you seen onr short Erect  Form Curse ts at fifty cents. The  same quality is usually sold at  nearly twice the price.���������Stanley H.  Riggs.  TENDERS.  For the purchase of the Logs belonging to tho H.C. Lucas estate,  will be received by the undersigned  until Saturday, January 23rd inst,  Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  II. P. Collis,  Cumberland.  Honest Value for every dollar is  what you got at the Corner Store.  I hereby certify that I have audited the  BookB and Vouchors of tho City of Cumber-  laud School Boaiti and find them correct  and properly kept.     "'  P. A. Anley, Auditor.  Cumberland, B.C.,  Jany. 11, 1904.  To the Mayor and Council  of the City of Cumberland,  Gentlemen,���������I beg to certify that  I have   carefully   examined   and  audit ed^thsr-Booke���������Voucherfe7"and-  Receipts oi City of. Cumberl.ind for  year ending Dei ember 31,1903, and  find them as follows:���������:-  Oj=n   JJDOAJLx   I1_TT_3__^_33ST  ��������� 1  Negative Plates, aad Films Developed.  Photo  Printing done on  Developing-  and.  P. O. Papers.  Photo Supplies of all kinds.  **       ##       #*       **  0^' Use of Dark Room for Amateurs  NEWS PUBLISHING CO.  olographs  RECEIPTS.  Balance cash ou hand 1st of jear, $  19 59  8iM.'.iaJ8tm������ttiai  HOLY  TRINITY CHURCH  SERVICES.  Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 pm.  ��������� first Sunday in the imuuli, n nm.;  Mornin}; service, li a.m.; Sunday  School, 3.30 p.m.; Evening service,  7 p.m.; Choir Practice every Friday  at 7.30 p.m.  F. G. Chkistmas, Pastor.  Reoeived from Trade Licences..,  1795 "oo  Ileal Estate.....������.............  3328 50  314 oo  Sidewalk Tax   30 36  Dog Tax..;.,..,.............  3 oo  ' 8oavou#er Account..   921 50  Scale Aooount.,   42 g5  Police Court ,..,.....,  54 ������;'o  Sale of Little, -.,,  0 50  Pound Aooount ,,  1  .0  Hall Rent.   IIS 50  I.  1. -  um id  EXPENDITURE���������1902  ������  Health Accouut   $142 25  Drain Aooount,.,.,.,,.,.,,,,,.  .         1(J   CO  Stioet Auo.mnt   .     12 00  Municipal Building*,-,..,   ,    290 50  Stahlo Account    ,,.,.....  .     20 50  Oflice Amount  ,.  ,       7 75  Street Light and Hall Account.,  .     50 82  Hall Aooiiuiit-vFuiuiturw.   .     i'si) 45  Isolation Hospital ,,,,  .     14 50  .     50 70  Tool Aooount,..,,   .       1 75  5 t'O  .     25 00  Salaries Aooount   .    165 10  tSB*.  gagsfj  set  COAL MINUS HEdULATlON ACT.  Ih.Mxn ov KxAMiNKim,  |\TOTIOJB Ih hereby given thnt tho follow  1' ing oonatttuto tho tloard ol 18x������tniuor������  fur tho (Jumborlaud Miuo during tha year  1004 i-  Appolntfl'l by tho Owners���������1, Richard  Short, 2, David Walker.   AHoriiato������--  1, JanuM Stranu, 2, (Jh-w,  Mauhowu,  Atvi'iinfc'><l   hy   tho   Limit.-dnv.mor  In  Oftutmll���������John Kealtty,  Rlcoted hy i\u> Miner*���������I, Jamc* llvl<|,  2, John Ooinh.     Altonnitu*���������J, Win,  MoLt ll-iii, 2, Thomas Hiploy.  Niitk ��������� Altmtitoi aot W Momi>?.rii of tha  lloiii'd in tho aliHunoo of tho������o roynlaily ap.  iniRtwl or clcctwd to net thoreon,  A'l ptsrmnn iui<*/iute4 mny ohum full in-  lo-im.hm hi'nf)p)y������i(������ t<* lhe Rot-retvy of  the Hoard, Mr John Ko*l������y, of (Jnml������r������  U-.tl. li X),  fiatod th<������ 31 it day of IKwmhei, J003.  UICHAKD M.;rtKH>K,  '-'''' Aiiui.Uif ut .Miue������,  $871 12  EXPENDITURE���������100ft  Kieillrtn Auoouiit , $ 51 50  Hound ol Howl T- x  22 00  Pruiniiim City Clork'n Bond  0 00  Auditor  10 00  Olliub Account ,, 13 00  Ativoriwiutf Account  Oil 15  Htrflnfc Account  0 35  Swlowulk Auoount ,  70 04  (Inmt to Fire Dopartinont  200 on  Incidental*���������Fii-m lJt>i������apti������iunt..., 22 00  I'nol Acouunt,,.,...,,. '...,,,., 0 75  Hcutif Pound ....,, 4 50  Dog Tnui'  3 ID  Hnfuiiil L)i-j; 'tax ,,,.,,.,. Jl oo  Dmiii Aooiiiuit!  21 34  St������,b|������ Aooount��������� Wand  118 40  Stahlo       "       Ulooksmith,,.., 27 15  Waur Rate ,.,,......, (I oo  Refund Tr<td.;* Licence  2 50  Street Li������htiim tu Nov, 30, 100.1 , 314 00  Hwalth Account ,.,,,,,,,,. 4 50  11,11 Account  7 20  Molloitor'* Coats ro Marooohi, Ao,, 15 oo  Police Court,. ,  4 on  MagiHtrutu'u Salary  240 oo  MWit'w om.oy.,,.,..,.,,,,,,,,. tim oo  T. K. V.,n\J.-^d ry  ?R0 oo  W, Hornpl'ii Sulary  840 oo  hank KxyeatiOa  10 oo  *  84050 40  Bnlanoi oa������h on hnnd ,,,,.,. tWI 71������  Attm. of Taunii Du������*  ������������ v������t>  "   HMohmIic Thxum Vine,  .,, Um  "   .Scuvtuyoi-Account Due... 137 25  I.IAl.ll.llll.,,,  f7umb������rUnd Klfictrlo Li^htinpt Co. 640 IS  Total Anaeta  $W U  liotpwtlnlly ���������ulimittwl,  V, A. ANLKV, Anditor.  A Fine Assortment of  BAMBOC) STANDS, PORCELAIN DESSERT AND  TEA PLATI^, TEA POTS, &o,    TERRA COTTA  JARDJNERES, TOYS, ko.,' Sotpaul- fou Chuist-  mas Gir-rs'....;     ..'/,.--'   Silk Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, &c.  ALL JAPANESE WORK;      also WATCHES,  CLOCKS, and JEWELLERY   ..  Call and see them  Third Street,  ATA,  Cumberland.  ....CITY MEAT MARKET....  TO THB PUBLIC,  Wo huvo opened a Fifth and Meat Marknt and kaop only tbo  That of Meat* In Stook, We oan nupply Boof "by tho  Quarter at Octo, uiu I we damre all Boarding Houhwi and  Hotel* nil woll ua prlvnto  houmoa to enquiro onr prion,  DUN8MUIH AVK.,  OUMBEHLAND.  McKAY BROS.  FOR SALE BY TENDKK.  _>..������>���������>  IVndors will be reoeived by tha under*  mgood ut tho undortntintloued'addrntiB up to  noon of F.-iduy, tho 22ud day ol January,  I'Mi, tor cno pmoii*������e cl any oi ail ol ������uu  uiidcriuvu;iuuul jiroiwi tim*;���������  (a) Lot Oil map 311 Couneimy Townulto.  (ii) Lot 1 of purt ol Lot 126 map 021 Co'  mox DUtriut���������10 ������0:������n.  liA L t* Ift tmd '20   HliiO- 233. Dibit O', L>t  52H,  Vaiioditvor  Tie hiyhvst or assy tinder not neoowarily  aocvuted,  HEKRY P, rOLLIH,  (Jllioial Admiuiatrator.  CninbtTlantl, B.O���������  J*,������u*iy7ih, HW4, 2t  Y<������u enn grt Pit BoutH, Overallnj  Pit Caps, &c, nt rock bottom prlcofi  nt tlit* Coruur Store.  NOTIOB,  Any person found taking Timber  from Blook A of Lot 76, and Blook  B, of Sootion 76, Comox District,  wid ho prunuuutvd to iliu luilcot va*  tent of liie Jaw,  GEO, STEVENS.  To Curb a Cold in 0n_ Day tako  UxattvH Bromo i^ttinino Tablets,  All Oruggists refund the money if  il foils to oure. B. VV, Grove's signature is on eaoh box. 26a.  5'it    UIO!)  Por Preserving Jars, nil *i������������,  Rublier Rings foi same, and Sugar,  enquire priww at the Big Store; by  so doing you cau i*v������ money.  3  ':

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