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 SO $  ?'.'*  H  I  fr.  M   4  A  X,  t;  FEBI8WO7  ,   stiffs  5k  s  .   Sm-WtTW 1*.*TUmBm*.  AimmmtsL?-���������-*������������������*���������' ~tm*-**&**razr*- ->.*������  .JSiA^-.IL,   j  I-OUR"/Kb!NTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  WEDNESDAY      FF.B.kt  J . x iV   1  '907  piwwriMmiM'*.* ���������."jtHtti..  .. 1 ir-c-uy-jj ttL.r.-TtA^Murmtatetaiw*jtmAwmwti<  r1W>C������fc'-������*-������*''* -*1[ * iit-  mm-m>*'m*K*-Tmrt*m'*i-r&������*.mmmu.tn* mtJw������������ii,-*^Mf.  ���������s:  JUST TN NEW STOCK OP IMPORTED  &*a  .-1 -   5<  8F I  4% #fe ^ *a  I   I   ill ^S 8$ a * -*- {'��������� rr*  ft   *   as *a "iOI &$ ������ s< s*& S  i?s  B  I* I? 3$ il ^ 8 ?������ ^ a������^  i*rjNa-JHrr.-JLrr*rij������wa^'-^ jkt.j u ^-tut .xr.H3r--EAJiH.-Ji  FAIRN'S SCOTCH PRINTED & INLAID LINOLEUMS  Latest De-'igns. Large assortment of Patterns to  ���������   choose from, in 1, 2, and 4 yard widths;    also STAIR  AND HALL LINOLEUMS  Cut a*id 2L,aM to Order.  Having bought verv heavily iu this class of goods you will  find our Prices Rigtit.  LARGM STOOK OF CARPETS, CARPET  ....SQUARES, RUGS AND MATS   Just arrived a consignment of  TAPESTRY AND CHENILLE CURTAINS.  Wa think these poods will interest you and we respectfully  invito your iu section.  _c__f_____3S_<rt!P!^^ . <ro������w^wz.^re^^  __ .-^    '    .rzs-i  "?,  it  ft  V5"*Zi  //to    ^        hi  V<    [1 I- '..1-.' ,.t!r   F >A       lA     fi.A'l'-A-.'hV} S-'-.n       ���������'      ^ <H        /,!f  LIMITSD    *  1 rMBMA   V537 ^^U'^^--- *--^.^:^iv--"u'-^.r.j. >^-^-*^������������������^~���������^^'^^^^2.^  -*i_^s  I  ^������������������^^������������������jJ1^*!^^-^-' *��������� ���������������-"���������'���������' ^^hj'V-*^^ '1". -"**s^n^- i&iuftsJ ^--?=^V>^Aj������5!!^^^^^ li  ."-.    ��������� l;' ;.,.. \    1   ��������� fi .7 ,     ,\ tr*.*, J.  TO      f ���������-���������      ������������������"     'A-i-- \'J I ������������������ 1 *.*���������+*#  ilu%**.^m                                          *.A       *                     ���������                       .                 mr                     Xt    t _       _          _, '1    ������     _ 1,                 V  t^"*-     w>                . -r.JU.Jlfc.                           V     '-"                           \J s.lm*mb-m..dilv.*.       W->-^.���������?  l..ii.e**\'.tf      t..w^'-������^������������������Wi'i,   Ulili.'. V; W$    k l*t*-Wj     'ik.wVaj  The P.jtegne* Gash Sturti Leads Them All.  p.-.**..rv V- <?' 1*^*3":;* ���������?,     '  l'  <e.  i  v.  i-  *���������  i*  *������  )!*  <;  Ir  }"?t'v'������>rtS,!,*-"..";^-v.- ^'   i^%'!:.N.'*.N,P,v������'J,-*V"������������>vVi;'������^-'-Jtv*lo;,-:!:,i ,..*tfV*'!''',-<V^,i-'>v-:1'v;,^,<,/*"  1... ^^J*l*l.mU~.,.. ������.* ^.n^^i*^  NOTICE OF DJSHOLUriON.  Takk RmxiM that ih������ pailnei-  phiii heretofore oxlpting between 0.  J. Me ork and HisiuiBitT ^Ioouk,  'known b) tbo firm i.amo of C. J.  Mooni! & Ou., l8di������8"lvod'i.y mutual ooneont. . Tbo Oomox brunch 0:  tlv btwineSB will bo curried nn by  0, J. Mooro, who aBoumea all liabilities of, and to whom all accounts  duo aaid branch muut bo paid.  O.J, MOOUE.  Coinox, Foby. 1st, 1907.  [[j^i^tnyawiaiieiig^araist^^  OFFICIAL ADMINISTRATOR'S  NOTICK.  In the County Court of Nanaimo  holden at Cumberland, lo tlie  matter of John Ctmnell dec.  cased, and in the matter of  the   official Administrators   Act.  rt,,,,,  ,.,.   ii,, .  i\*e '���������ttr-df-dt'- nf Willinm  l*,;������.,   ,v ������������������   -o   l---  \v��������� ),-. ��������� xy.\]'t  1   ;*--\ T-T   ^      Tnn<"3. \t '*,  ord������red  tb .1   Will'...,.  Wc-lfty Willuni,  4 -4m&*^_^^#+luJlu*iJ*M^]i*-m**m*kJid  The final count wns made by R<>-  lurninp Officer, T. E Hate, ������-n Sat  urday, with the following result:���������  Mujori.iei' for Grunt���������  Courtenay,  Union Pay,  -  Lui^d;  CoriVz Inland,  Read Island,    ���������  Valdez Island,  Shoal Bay,  Bear Rivet,   -  ��������� # Port Harvey,   ���������  Salmon River,  Alert Bav,  m>   ������  Roy,     ������  Cumberland,    -  34  15  12  4  3  4  2  6  5  9  5  1  12  Majorities for Bennett-  Deuman Island,  Bold Point,   -  Granite Bay,   -  ���������Rock B..y,    -  112  14  5  6  7  32  Grant'f majority--80  Oue ballot was tuiiicd 10 Granl'ci  score from Port Harvey, otherwise  thc count wiih unai-ei-'i'l. Oi -polled ballots Rock iii\y jiave 1, Port  Hi.rve-y 1. Cumb-cilitiui 5, Land 2,  Valdez I, Shoal Bay 2, Courte-m y 1  eanci-lied--To'val ^3.  The count w.'is attended by Messrs  John Coiub and John J. R. Miller,  *-���������- itiaM*.m-imri_Mmi. >r  OOUi  Cr  ....,.,... ^������  i- ������,������ . imm*^.*.M.v  l\A Ui *Z Y 1 i'\l ������'*���������;  iouncil mei Monday evening.  Present Mityor. Aide. Bale, Tarbell,  MeLeod, Dmiiels nud Mitchell.  Minufcs rfca i and .idopicd,  Accounts -Posiugu, $2.*5u- News,  pri n tin it from July, 1906, $59.50.  Referred ,to Finance Committee.  Communicaiions:���������From Messrs  Bod well <& Lawson asking for copy  of Trades Licence By-law Amendment, 1906.   Ordered forwarded.  Reports .-���������From Con. Banks for  January ��������� Scavenger collections,  $74; Police Court, $13; rent, $3.50;  scale fees, 75c; pails supplied. $8.40;  chow licence, $5.���������Total, $103.65.  Also reported having out treet; about  Isolation Hospital. A*ked Counoil  to cause all shut-off taps to be placed clear of sidewalk as people wore  in habit of raising planking to operate these, and did damage to sidewalks. Curried that tht; Board of  Works notify persons to Ihi? effect.  Dr. Gillespie, medical health of  ficer, ma *e tho ioilowing report:���������  Thc ioilowing is list of infectious  caces wlvch haw been reported in  tho city d'.rinj- the ye;ir:���������Scark-t  NEWS .NOTES OF. THE  CITY  otucial a,n.i.i... ������������������������������������ ���������''.',      ���������   .  County t-rvui-r ])i\trt'-.t of Anun'tiUt  Mr T. Kawkii:H Wright, of Van-  eouvcr, an Eu::linh geiitlemati who  act.d as jndyfi of tho li ve ntock, &q  at tno tii^t ugricutuiral I'Xliibiiion  in Courtenay, h.*a had a tuodl in-  tereHtini? and flattering loiter pub-  linhed in the Northampton (Jihifct.)  lloruld, in which ho describes ut  length tho beautiful econery between Vancouver und Oomox, the  fertility and exceptional natural  advaniagea of Coinox Valley, and  the excellence of theoxhibiiH at the  ehow, It iu a matiei1 for regret that'  wo cannot upaio Bpncn to reprint,  for tha aniuie ia oue for'whioh Mr  Wright deserves tho thanka of the  uuiMuuiiivy, and having neen pub*  iioneu iu um tioart or .iuii^hihi, in n  Srr-at udvt:'ii-:n.';i't������'!ii oi a boiiuti/iil  "T^ciHs"-foi? Messrs"PTennett and  Grant rci-pectivcly, aiid by Mr  Grant and Mr B.-onett, no one elpe  beiui; present but Mr Bate and his  ".IcciK/u clerk. After tho count,  general IiaiK^.haidnt-g were *.-x-  changid, p,,-^. i\w yipcj-jon of* 1907  was ended.  ftt niJt'^TitiVAPr D.-MICWCT  <j\iu*l)rkmiilH a k i/iL   |yw������fcdL I  ~*w~. .  I  Thr) farmci's of the Valley hnve  dix'idt'd to inidall ������������������< market for muat  und dairy aud fnrm produce The  P'c.r.isys formerly occupied by Wm.  id c.Kay as a butcher shop, are being enlarged and reft11ed for the  purpose. Mr F. Aitken is in charge  it the now iwtabiiahmenli hliich  s-bould fill a want long felt in tbe  town,    ��������� n *.���������������������������-..*������������������  Mrs J, B. Bt-unett waa taken to  the hocpitttl Monday,buffering from  pnounionni, renulting from an at-  t-.c-lc of ^ri|*pe W������ truut Mint tho  lady will experience a speedy re-  co.v������ry,  f������\er  ,) 0..  ��������� 1"H#  'A    - NT,  <t 1r* f.  na, 1; coiibiimption, 3 ��������� :\o Ueauii-  occurred duiiug the 3'ear from in-  f������.ictiuus diseases. The cases of  scarlet fever and measles were tr������.c-  -ed���������to -an--<*}tvtside -soaT-ce-i-u-n^ft riy-  uve y ii.staiico. and althouj.'h ih.-re  y������-ero also a number 01 eases of in?  fe-rtious'difie.iEo clotc to thc city, the  means liikcu lo prevent the spiend  of the disea.-'^s were very tui.c&^fnl,  .thi'.rtu being pruoiioi'tDj- uo c:;f,enf;ion  beyond th' prima 1 y onsen, I: ia  graiify:!^ 10 note th;ii [.lw uncubcr  of cases of totj-cuuip ion in i-tuc;! kf������  than in pr-nvhuM year *,. Tlit-r'.. wj.i  an appeul 1:1: de by tbe V]<smt. ,uty of  i Provincial Bo .rd of IIualiL. ior fi.v  i;> Of  ts  Pv'i  I <*t  i a:.oial aid in tlie hni'.iii.:  vir.ei.il .���������'!ti-i>ti. ii-m iv'hijn D.-r-, e-iui  j ix   pMU'VOltf-  ro po.i-i.      Toe .',;l\i ui  mmm  ,;;    diHl.ri.ct, m yh link Icnnwri.  Botid������,thuawl...inJi..u..l.i. y^'f- -ddU-ii \ I     Mr Rjvback'a.C. P,   R.   aurwy  t'onntll    ii^.cii'>.il     H'i"*ui.<*:   * ���������"'   di.At 1  ^iu'5.*' bitx'e di8iiOlii.ini.H-',! I'OotitUoi**'  thin ofhr  [���������-  .'i-:������i.-.i  i-t   d'.i. '...������o;.,.r |-;>.   .,._ j.,J,s, >Ui),-;,>riw!y, 00  .oi*:,;.)-:'  land  Nr ���������*���������/:. -<���������     :.������-..*. .of ���������-. ..M..,*.. ! iii"_i,i(.,t    Ul;(_    Vhuj' ,.,], v ,.,,. oi  F*;<t  V  Ctiiil- >'.��������� '��������� ���������'.,  !���������     plo"'"  'Aim,  ( '-it .A;'  .1 ,      j  'Hi ���������    -.j     :\    ,    >  \ r  i        \ .,ti..t,'it',\.i)   \2     i'loV .lujoi  C'i'i.*  ***���������  I -~Uti,,i; 4 oth.v* t.!*  V,*,j..l,.:', l?..,Uoi    '.',-.,,]  i'.V.'.l     '    j, ,j,    ,, ii     i ;iM, ,   ���������   ...  Miu.i T.*r.������e.i u< -*" 1 1 ��������� ������������������" r ���������������������������������������������-".*- ���������, i..i- ,.1, i*in.,,_: .,-������������������', \..y I'r.^i,^.,  from Grippe and h-. atwr.danf | n**^.,.--! tHrxd SMv.rd.ty of he,..-?.  tiouUw*. t  ���������  The fun'ir.tl of I) Darnell the lato  pU'wnrlo; i-lup Aj4up:uithuH, was  h'ld hift Ktidity iu Cum-  bei'Jand ocmtinu'v. From what can  b leimi* .1. it >et!itiH lhe nnfoitiin-  at������' nmn mum hava st.-ppwl into an  open HpuC! at thn ������flp;n of tho wharf,  \vt ho wu   * )ing 10 bourd the ship  at niglii, it beiun vt.ny dark  'Moans  1      11     1     1 ��������� ���������  >,t..i- ni    ...  ,ij    ..���������������.- Mt|. e t,u.biiuii.u  uho ri'p'������r't:ii   ,iod   it   rfotirch   waB  ni.tdo,    wiilioui   'itmiilt,     A������      th-ri  I't^wtU'1, v:-.-'- I's'iioi'tiii :iii������fin^,^r:i.p'  . 1;,.'      ��������� ���������      ,     .������������������., 1   ?i.  ��������� ������������������--- ' -   *-  i-i-i ,inl As- i.,������;*. I'i'covci'tjd, Fion.*.  j iu'. \i;i<\ Av.'A -. ��������� v,* ��������� r rt i rihii ������veUi  i ,*������������������ .on ���������/"* ,  '-i.it v, ���������!*, ��������� l.ouj'iii lie bnd  i* i-i,;; ���������!:  ;. 0,    *, ���������'!* ������������������ pili'   in   .oiiiiov,  ��������� ,t  1 ��������� *       ��������� _    * i . 1 ' ���������   ) *, ' 1 1 . > 1 - 1 ,  !   Oi:   i'.-.i:-   ;���������'���������:!��������� V  ii   *      ihr     H* ,1.������������������������������������,���������    t,  j   l-i  Of.li'  hi-*   (Ooiiill-.   Ik'tul'tl   til "|i|'!tl|  j   i'i'1   . I .1    .'.:.:.!  ..:..      I).vi-.4.cd    -.'   -..'.     ,.  I    ... .,,.., ,    '  ,    *-llt..i .    ,:..,.,,      t,,.\.,,     :',.,,        ,      I  .     ���������       .,.  t>Uf -. t. I i-everal th.ldiui iu   Hi,!!,  I    '*0"'"*.IMi.  $L'50 wilt, d'>:n.i oj.j by c-uipioyo:.*! oi  Wcllii:-;>oii Coliinrv ('o. A concort  \v;is civctt and ������ho prwcey'tv, ?.b'������ut  $50, tci'.eroii.ly elonaied to thi'-!  can..';. y..t. \V H Ai.di.r oi. u.j-  f-vrvi'c the iK.iity tiunka of the  coniiiinnily for tlio time and tulent  giv..:u to the arran^uuit-iHs ioi thia  concert. A committee was appointed by tho throe churches to solicit  subscriptions. The i*u bi-cviption  list iit atiil open and there ie an opportunity for nil to denote lo thin  worthy ciiu.oi.  Tho milk dairies havo been in-  Hpectcd mul \v������r������ found iu fair sanitary condition. 'Iho owners were  inntructod to improve on ubiuo of  tlu* conditions and iiIho to furnish  certilicati's from veterinary inapec-  lora. They informou me that the  Government Inspectors hud not  boon at und during tlm year, and  accordingly I wroto fo tlie Deputy  Minister of Agriculture who repli������d  that tho manor would honitended  lu and hn������pt>i'iorH mmi. Tnis has  fiinco been done,  Thoro tun'been iv littlo improvp-  n'lrtn*. in ��������� bn hih"m'i,ii(0"������i.'o '������  ,\,!:i found dillicuil. to 'Ir.iio the ;;..���������-,*���������-  f        , ��������� , i       '        .:,.**..     ,i.i  ....       : .  *     . ,  .-....*. .      . ,     t: . . .        .    .  lest ibe tuaiii soxxor b^ lowered^  covered h., and carried across the  tiack. so tnr.t the drainage from the  lower prtrts of tlu- town would be  carried awny.-*-Yours, retpeclfuily,  Jas A. GiLLJisrim, M.D.  All received and filed.  Thesehool estimator were brought  down as follows:���������Salaries $5,750;  repairs. $300; scavenger, $50; janitor. $410; fuel, $i00; incidentals,  $300.���������Total, $6,910, being an in-  crsane of about $500 over last year,  Trustee Bate explained that the  chief cause of the increase was necessary repairs required to two rooms.  The estimate was accepted and a  discussion on Bchool matters followed, and a committee was appointed  of the Mayor and two Aldermen to  interview Mr (Jrai.1, M.P.P., iehv -  tive to the annual grant.  Council adjourned.  SCHOOL BOARD MEETING  A meeting was held Friday evening, full board in attendance.  Trustee Bate was fdeoted chairman  for tee year. ' Intimates were ad-  optfjo. at-- re-id. Carried* tbat prin-  ei[i;ii ,7. B. Bennett bij asked to  ::Uke )j--oninly siatem-pnt oi attend-  ance aud band n;me to newsphpers  for publication, Carried that Secretary make application to Council  for furnace for School. Carried  Jimt-Ssc?������4^4y-vw-Ue^ept-of-Edtic  a'ion relative to coat oi jan'tor t-to  in draiwitijX clapa work. Secretary  waa instructed to procure needful "  stationery for Board. On account  of cortuin rcpoits reaching Board,  iheSeovetavy was insiruoted to interview principal Bennett and ask  him to imp>'t'uf}i,pon id? assistants  ��������� be rn ov.:. ity fo; Jvctpiinc better  dicipliuoio b'-iw of ti������ lowerrooojB  M-.'.|5^ rt qui ci'-'i were ordered pro-  cured. Carried ti:at .Suvtretary re-  c ivo the Mum of $25,00 per annum.  A t'cf������"lntion jiai-t-ed a Eking Mr  (���������'runt i\i. P. P, \o meet Bo-vrd and  i!iFcU(.-s School Ao*.,  Mpoting adjourned,  Hospital Oor;curt tywrirds end of  month.  ���������^v-  oraill'-i,     IH 11"     ' OO   t.*.iij;..-.ii,   0'iUi   ������������������ hi)  ���������'"I"  Vlii f. S* * ' d ;-���������'��������� ii i !*   ";'!'**���������''  ��������� - i", -' S  l till,'- ii'-',\ ..f,:       ��������� ;;>.< -.o.u) lo.-.n ol .; -. o������  ' ;',... CA ������';''.o io* * * ������������������'   '**,;' ������������������   **������������������**���������'���������* AA,.   ,.:*......  I tOlUlt.    U    i ty-   .('. ���������..'���������-     if;!.'    !������.     ..'*.'(.'.  , ...'.,   ,,.,,.11���������   ..-,,:   \ ��������� ��������� _ ������������������<...  ��������� .-,     -y, --  i " " --��������� ���������   ���������   **������������������-���������*    ��������� ���������*     *   -������������������-   *���������������������������'���������    f ��������� ��������� -  I oi   Um t'.nv ai.-re iji,if ;.��������� ift   ufrtl  or  *  j IVi.'iijuii ml   < tf-'A'-   !.*".- }' y<.'A.t :" :; i ��������� I" t;  j the  H-riou-1   coition ,'tMou   oj    :uv.  -, ,,        .... t  " ivOilttCli     tii.;j    -.^<.Ui,.'l    ,':,i..     ..   ,������ ',     .��������� ���������  Valentine's Dance  Tho dance held in the Cumber*  land Hall on Monday evening wan  well attended, dm ladies being per-  tlcntorly Jn evidence. Gold, silver  und colnun-d honrtfl wore worn in  honour of tho patron Saint of th<*  1-lth (thoUjili u little curly) and  many \wy prolty frockn were worn  by tho fuir eontlucent. Dancing  wan kept up to a lato hour, ice  cream and other rofifblunentu being  dihp'Uifled to all wbo folt diapoaed  to partake. The fundi; realieod  will bc devoted to Trinity Churoh,   ' O1 ���������������������������������  Vancouver, 12���������Supt Mai pole r������-  turned today from Montreal. He  announced thai tho lino on the  Nnnaimo Alhorni route will probably be cotnmoitced this year not  tniailv decided-Yin wiifctlier railway  vA\ try, to 'Ulvji'iit TojYri or not, in  ,,,, v-: *,* t-i-h'ti���������������;;���������.-d;; altogether  uu i,./uojo,'i*oy  ���������Ivao.-uiM-i,   Yi  -l:\    cotineotion  v,,.: * 'A.-.i, "if, "'.--i* N iiy from  '���������*,  *      :*     ������  '  ;   A'yiy'ttt   -.; '\(\  ^OJWOX, i{  i *.-���������*    'A;. A    wovk      will  ��������� '....    several  ���������   '��������� ���������     "      '   ** !        > ���������   ������h������������ Citv  *  o .i.i.r*,'"��������� I-.- loHiij���������,<���������[*<   ii*'i������o auoni  ; ...  o;    H'Jlb    illd  *,, ���������.   ,     > .,,'i X..H wo*i   v.i.icit   will  ,,      *..,   ,.   .    !.'  o.i.Uig UUi,  ic4    OtltO THE   NEWS,   CUMBERI,AND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  Olive'  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>  s  :  ���������ty  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  CHAPTER  XXn.  Roger*Glendenning's fair, handsome  face grew white with anger.  "Judge Kneeland!'* h<s cried,  hoarsely, "there ought to ba no better authority thaii niyseli as to whether I am a married man or not, I  Bay most vehemently that, notwithstanding this young girl's proofs, I  have never met her before, so help  me God! I swear it by all that is  holy! Give mc one day, two days,  in which to telegraph and advertise  for nty friend Jack Murray, and be  will assure you of the truth of my  words. Will not that be as fair for  you as for me?"  "Oh, Roger, Roger!" moaned the  girl, sinking on hor knees at his feet,  "do come away with me! I will  be so loving, so kind! I will, forgive all. Only d.re for -me once  more, for I love you still. I will  forget all your cruelty, and never reproach you with it. Only come  away with me, Roger! Come with  the wife you married and whom you  said you loved, and we will forget  this dark day as we would forget a  dark  and  horrible  dream!"  "You will drive me mad, ma-  dame!" cried Glendenninh, hoarsely.  "I have heard of many a strange  thing, but never before have I heard  of a man being claimed as a married  'mini, and the attempt persisted in to  force him into it. You look like an  innocent girl, but you know, and I  Know, that you are acting a part.  What object you can have in this,  Heaven qnly knows���������I confess-I do  ������ot. I am mystified. I do not like  _to__seein harsh to a lady, but I say  to you I will not brook this an instant longer. Despite my reluctance to do so. I will cause your arrest in five minutes' time if you do  no tear up that certificate bearing  my name surreptitiously placed upon it, and make a clean breast of  why you selected me for   a   victim.  The rest of the sentence was never  finished. The girl threw up her  hands'with* a bitter, wailing cry  moaning out : , ������  "I can bear no more, Roger! Oh  kill me! kill me! here and now, and  end it all for me!"  And with those words on her lips  she, fell, down at his feet in a dead  faint.  ��������� "You will hear from me to-morrow. At this hour, I will be here  and bring niy friend with mo to  prove my innocence to you and to  Olive, or 1- shall die in tho attempt," ho said, turning to leave tho  room. Dut on the threshold ho was  confronted by nn otllcor and an old  man, dressed like a farmer, who was  following in the rear,  Glendenning would havo passed  thom by, but tho oflicor laid a heavy  hand on his shoulder, and, turning  to his companion, anked, hurriodly :  "I this your man?"  "Ay, ny, sir!" exclaimed tho countryman, excitedly. "The minit I  passed him I said to myself, <Ah,  Duncan Gray, you'vo caught yer  man at last! Poller him, an'  ye'll find your lost daughtor, my  little Nova, that ho enticed away  from us.' Hold on to him, oflicor,  an' choke it out o' him where I ken  find my littlo girl.     I-   Oh, God!"  His breath camo In a short gasp;  ho had Just caught sight of tho pros-  trato figure lying on tho velvet car-  pot, by whom tho Judgo waa kneeling, striving in vain to bring   back  COIlHClOllHllObfi.  "That's she now! Oh, I hov  como too lato! She's dead���������she's  dead! Ho has killed my littlo  Noval"  And with a cry that thoso who  heard it novor forgot, ho made a  dosporato plungo at Glondcnn-tng, In  an instant ho scorned quite forgetful  of his child; hia only desire was to  slay tho man whom ho behoved responsible for wrecking hor life.  The judgo and tho oflicor stepped  between thom Just Jn timo. Roger  Glendenning looked at tho old farmer  with amazement.      {  "a** fcM{i mitt Am liming mad,  or do I dream all this?" ho muttor-  ed. "Has everyone in tluo world  gone suddenly daft?"  "Are you positive this is the man  you aro looking for?" asked the  judge, to make assurance doubly  sure, pointing tu Gl*:id-,:;::-!.i;.  The farmer turned to him with  groat sorrow on his rugged, honest  face And pathetic djgnlty in his  demeanor,  "I would know him ef I had met  him in hoaven or Hades, or  part ol tha curth far or wiclo.  has ruinod   my home,   broken  wife's heart,  an'  wrecked  my  little  Nova.   I have walked tho great city  over, footsore, to And him,    an'    I  and   to   myself that when we once  stood fee* to face I should kill him  or he should kill me���������an' I'll   keep  my word here an' now!"  "Not here, my good man," ax-  rlnlmwf the Judge, severely���������''not in  ������uv home.   X. too. have hitter caus*  BY LAURA JEAN LIBBEY  Author or "A Cruel Revenge/' "A Forbidden Marriage," " A Beautiful Coquette," " The  Heiress of Cameron Hall."  ���������������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  (Continued.) tor revenge against this imXi,-Nior on  the morrow he was to have   wedded  my young daughter Olive."  A cry of rage broke from the  frothy lips of Farmer Gray.  "It is I who must mete out his  punishment to him," he said; "my  sorrow is greater than yours."  "That 1 grant you," acquiesced  the judge; "but take my advice, do  not be rash; let the law take its  course with him; do not fly in the  face of the law."  During this colloquy Roger Glendenning had been standing, fairly  stricken dumb with amazement at  the predicament in which he found  himself���������claimed as a husband by a  girl to whom he was an entire  stranger! He could not believe the  evidence of his own senses at what  he was seeing and hearing; his mind  was all chaos, and his brain bewildered.  ������������������The officer tapped him hurriedly on  the  shoulder,   saying:  "Come���������you must come with me at  once." ������  "Upon what charge?" asked Glendenning,   almost  stupefied.  "On the grounds of desertion," answered the man, impatiently, thinking it quite superficial to be asked,  or have to answer, such a question.  Glendenning broke away from his  detaining hand, and turned to the  judge, his eyes moist with unshed  tears.  "Let me see Olive just one moment," he pleaded, hoarsely; "let  me look into her dear eyes, clasp  her loving hands just once more, as-  sui-ing her that I am innocent; then  I am quite willing to be taken  away and await the hour wheU\ my  words  can  be, proved."  rftidge���������Kneeland-s���������face���������grew���������dark-  and stormy.  "No, n<*t one word with Olive,"  he returned,^ sharply. "I shall take  her away this very day. You shall  never see her again, and I will make  it the business of my life to teach  her to forget you. Save all your  words and your soft speeches for  the girl whom you have, wedded and  deserted. If you ever dare cross  Olive's path again, I will show you  no mercy. Take him away!" this  to the officer.  The officer's arm fell from Glen-  denning's shoulder, and he looked to  Far mor Gray for orders.  "You can go, I suppose," he 6aid,  huskily, alo,ud, "but," he whispered  under his breath, and so low that  no one but the officer heard and understood, "be around the corner to  tako him when he leaves this  hourfb."  Tho man nodded and withdrew,  "Roger," murmured Neva, "I  could not bear to see them take you  to prison; it would kill me, dear."  She held out her arms to him  with a patient, wistful smile���������oh, no  wan and sad! the great tears falling from her dark eyes,  *'Kiss'mo just orice, Roger," aUe  pleaded, "and I will Jet you go your  way, though I never look upon your  dear face again."  Roger Glendenning stood,, white  and stern, leaning against the framework of the door, looking at tho  girl with steady eyes, moking, of  course, no offer to do her bidding.  But ho could not, he would not  kiss any ono save Olive���������no, not for  a king's ransom. At that moment  thoro was n peal at the bell.  Roger turned to tako his lenve.and  at that Instant ran directly into tho  arms of his friend Jack Murray.  "I thought I should find you here,  my dear boy. Just got your letter;  it has followod mo for a month or  moro from post to pillar, and I've  traveled night' and day in ordor to  reach horo'to bo present at to-morrow's groat ovont, Lot mo congratulate you, Glendonning, thai  your troubles are aU over. Vour  (���������use but proves tho old saying, that  'true loves nnvor does run smooth,' "  He would have rattled on in this  way for an indefinite period, had he  not caught eight of his friend's  white, set face, and his glanco wan*  dorod over Roger's shoulder to tho  group within, whose angry faces  woro turned toward him.  Wiial'ft up, ClmdMinlrg?" he e*b.  rd, abruptlv. "Am I intruding,  or-"  "Your coming here has been tha  work of Heaven t" cried Roger, huskily. "I have been praying to And  von. snd surely it is God Who has  sent you in answer to my prnye. in  this moment whon my honor, my  happiness, my all Is at stake. Fleaso  step in this wny, Murray; it is you  upon whom I am depending to free  mo from the darkest cloud that ever  gathered ovor an innocent man's  head. You know when you and I  started down Nouth, and where we  went. You were tn my company  every hour of that time, coming  most of the way home with me; then  we parted. Now, this young lady  claims that during the time I was  in Louisiana I wooed and married  Iht, and th^n ttntori m\ her. She  ramca and tells this outrageous  fetors i,4^i'jt -Cytve, .whom I wat to  wea to-morrow. one nas a marriage certificate to prove her claim  to 'me, also my picture with my  name in my onu handwriting signed to it. Now, Murray, for the  love of God, set me straight! Many  a man has been convicted before on  circumstantial evidence, but never  was the web of fate more closely  drawn around a man than it has  been drawn around me. I want you  to prove to them, Murray, that I  did not meet this young lady while  we were in Louisiana, nor did I  woo  or marry her."   ������  Jack Murray's face, which had  been so mystified when Glendenning  commenced speakinc. suddenly cleared. He turned to the excited group  with a smile on his lips and a light  in his kindly blue eyes, saying:  "Thank God I am hore, and Justin  time. I can clear up this mystery!"  any  He  my  CHAPTER XXIII.'  "I wonder that the solution of  this seeming mystery did not occur  to you all before," began Jack Murray, eagerly. "Now, the truth of  the matter is, this young lady"  (pointing��������� to Neva) "married , my  friend's younger, brother Oscar.whom  I have lately learned was masquerading down in -Louisiana, at the  very same time that we were there,  under his brother's name, calling  himself Roger, instead of his true  name, Oscar. After I received my  conge from the firm I was with  when I parted from Roger, I drifted  back down South again, finding myself at* a..lit tie paradise of a place  called New Yeddo. There I soon  learned of a 'yoyrg man calling himself Roger Glendenning, who had  been in the village a short time before, and who had made ar  rangements at the hbtel for the  coming of a bride; but the bride never came. They told me how axiously  he had haunted the depot at the  coming in of each train from the  little Louisiana hamlet scarcely sixty miles below. I knew ...-that Roger Glendenning had not been at New  Yeddo; so I asked for a minute description of the man, and when it  was given me I recognised from it  that the handsome stranger was Oscar Glendenning, Roger's reckless  younger brother, who was fatally  like him. No one who saw the two  together could hardly tell one from  the other. Oscar, however, had a  LslQislII- red birth-mark on his left  handT At tliF^FtoT~"one~^ay"~so'ine7  one noticed it, remarking that one  of the swamp insects had stung  him, to which he replied that it  was a birthmark, not an insect's  poisoned sting. I knew then that  it was Oscar.  "He was like a mnn mad,-wild,  desperate, they said, when the Neva  whom he watched for did not come.  He left for Philadelphia, asking them  to telegraph him at once if she did  come on, The address he left on  the card at thc hotel-office read: 'R.  Glendenning, Continental Hotol.Fhil-  adelphia;' but there was quite a  blur on the card, made by his having written some other in'itial, then  crossing it out and writing 'Roger'  over it, I saw clearly enough that  it was an '0' that had been crossed  out. At the end of that fatal railway journey he mot his death, only  living long enough to send a message to his brother Roger; but the  cord of life snapped ero he could  tell them the story of his marriage,  which was even then on his lips.  You can not be blamed so much,  gentlemen, for your mistake, which  ;camo so near proving disastrous, owing to the fatal resemblance between  Roger and his younger brother, for  even the young wife1 herself has been  deceived. I can give you sufficient  proof of all I say within twenty-  four hours. This young girl is your  sister-in-law, Rogers," ho said, "and  because of that do not feel hard  against her,"  Nova had crept up to Roger with a  white, woful face,  "I remcmiKT tho birth-mark on my  ���������my husband's hand," sho sobbed,  "and���������nnd it is not on yours���������no,  you are not ho, Will jou try and forgive me, brother���������Roger? .1���������1 lovod  him so, and vou���������you aro so like him  ���������in all save mannerism,"  Roger's cyi-s were moist with tears.  He gathered tho girl to his heart  and kissed her, for Oscar's sake, then  placed   her   in   her fathor s   anna.  Judgo  Xneoliind   came   up to   bim  haltiI.v, and held out his hand.  "Forgive me for my doubts," he  ���������aid, huskily. "1 am sorry for whut  has occurred. Go into tho conserva*  tury and find Olive and mako it up  with her."  He needed no Recond bidding. He  saw her Mantling among tho ferns  and 4th<i drooping roses, and ho heard  the great sobs that wollod up from  her heart to her lips as he entered  Dm ivitiu. V, wu.i up tc her CJ'itnt.  ly. hlfi nrrnv ptole nhout her, and ho  whispered just one word!  '"Oliver  Sho shrunk from him with a low  cry, but he held her fast, and in a  f������w hurried words told1 hor all, and  that it was with her fathor s consent that He was there.  Thc few moments that Roger spont  in thnt conservatory were the happiest ho had ever known. Tho complete reconciliation of two hearts  thst love ench other, and who hava  been estranged, is so sweat. It if  rioiV* *m>ctt'nt boon to lovers, some  poet has snid. Twice fate had almost sent their barks adrift upon tho  turbulent waters of life's ocean, Truly, in their case, the course of true  love had run anything but smooth,  It *e������med strange to both Roger  anil Olive tbat tho thought of Oscar  aad   fyl remarkable resemblance t*  nis erotner am not occur to tnem at  once, and help them, solve tho mystery which closed in so darkly about  Roger Glendenning only a short time  before.  "Poor girl!" said Olive, softly, "I  almost hated her a little while since;  when I thought she had come between  you and me, Roger. Now I feel only  profound pity'for her. ITer grief at  finding that Oscar is dead must bo  more* cruel tand moro hard to bear  than even the thought that ho had  deserted>and disowned her, for while  there was. life she still fyad the hope  of winning him back to her side  again. Now that hope is dead, she  must be quite prostrated with grief.  It is my duty to go- back to tno  drawing-room and try to comfort  her."  "You are an angel, Olive," answered Roger, huskily".  When they entered the drawing-  room, they found Jack Murray, Farmer Gray, and Neva still there.  "Our friends have all promised to  remain as our honored guests until  after to-morrow's ceremony is over."  Nova crossed over to Olive and  threw her arms impulsively around  her,  sobbing out:  "Oh, Miss Kneeland, can you ever  forgive me for what I have done? I  ���������I would, give my life to undo this  last hour's work."  "It has been forgiven from tho  very moment I realized the true situation of affairs," laughed Olive  through her tears; adding: "And it  has taught nib something else, too,  and that is, I nevcr;knew how dear  Roger w&s to me until r believed ho  was lost to me forever���������that he was  the husband of another. Oh. littlo  Neva, the pain was more than I  could bear! but I am so inexpressibly happy now, for nothing can prevent my marriage to Roger on the  morrow. We have been talking-it  all over in the conservatory, and  Roger and I both want you, Neva,  to be (bride-maid, and Mr. Murray  best man to-morrow; it is short notice, but do please consent, Both of  you," ���������".;���������"��������� '"���������".,.  And they did. Never was there a  more brilliant wedding" than that  which followed at high noon the  next day, and never was there a  more beautiful. bride than the old  judge's daughter, fair Olive Mary  Kneeland, or a prouder bridegroom  than handsome, grave, stately Roger  Glendenning.  _^Jgvaj_was_vorj[_pa1e^jluring the ceremony, and as she kissed thTPlovely"  bride's lips on the deck of tho steamer and turned away, Jack Murray  saw the tears gathering in her lovely eyes, and he' led her quickly  away to make room for the old  judge. '  The three watched the steamer  glide slowly out into the bay until  the happy faces of the bride and  groom faded, and the golden sunlight, stretching afar out over the  wator, swallowed thom. Thon v they  turned away.  The judgo would not hear of Farmer Gray leaving with Nevs so  soon, and ho urged them so persistently to stay longer,that thoy could  not well refuse. Jack Murray folt  very glad to hear them consent. He  profoundly pitied the beautiful, sad",  dark-*eyed Neva, and said to himself  that he should liko to call at thu  judge's often and; havo a talk with  hor, and try to comfort her, aud  mako her forget the dark past, or  think of it only as a dream. Ho  must have succeeded, for, a yoar  later, ono bright morning, in sunny  Spain, Roger and Olive received tho  following torso tologram from thoir  friend Jack;  "Nova and I are to be marrlod on  the 20th of Juno. Como ovor nnd  witness tha coromony. Jack,"  They camo, and thoro was a joyful  reunion, and Olive and Roger woro  tho happiest pair at tho wedding of  Jack and pretty Nova, whilo the  judgo jocosely remarked to orto of  his friends, that getting married  seemod to mako every one so happy  that he had a groat notion to try  marrying again, himself. Why not?  He folt as young and gay as any  ono of tho boys, and, according to  tho old saw, "a man is no oldor  than ho fools."  "Would you mind having a step*  mother vory much, my dear?" , he  asked, quizzically, turning to Olivo.  "Not if it would promote your  happiness, father, to marry again;  for I fully roallzo how Jonoly you  are."    ,  Dut the judgo never took advantage of tho permission.  "I have had my day and happiness in my time," he said; "now tha  memory of them will suffice. I am  content In watching the happiness o|  Olive and Roger. Ah! theirs is truly  a happy marriage; they are 'two  souls with but a single thought, two  hearts that beat as ona/ "  THE TZ.iV  ������������������     I"       *������****.    W ^^^^^���������^������������������yj���������^^  ���������atowleh Fllllnv,  A dollclous sandwich mixture for  afternoon tea or luncheon is made of  an equal amount of cold chicken aod  tongue chopped up vory finely In a  bowl. To tbli add a dozen largo olives,  ���������toned, and half a down bard boiled  eggs. Chop tbls until It li as OD* fil  possible, and tben mix In enough may*  ondalie to make a thick pasto, Spread  tbls upon thin whlto bread and butter,  and you will confess it is as good as  it sounds.  Didn't look That War*  "Arable Is fairly going craxy over kit  new automobile."  ���������That's strange. Bvery time r*e  seen him he hna been going cxaej mm*  der If-Plcl-Me-Up,  THE MAORI TRIBUTE.  Richard   Seddon   Honored   In a   Mesfc  Picturesque Coromony.     ^  The great Maori tangf \n honor ot  the late Mr. Richard Seddon (says Tan  British Australasian) was one of tho  most Impressive and picturesque ceremonies ever witnessed In New Zealand.  First, Hort Te Hukl, a grey old chief,  broke out into a lament, in which all  Itls people joined, an ancient lament  by a widow for her departed husband���������  Restless I lie  Within my lonely house,  For the loved one of my life  Has passed away,  ��������� n y * * ���������  Behold yon glistening star, so bright���������  |     Perhaps 'tie my beloved friend  Returned to me again!  O, sire, return!  j    And tread with me again  Thy old loved paths,  Kruera Te Kahu and Ratana Ngahl-  na, chiefs of the Ngatlapa tribe, led  their people ln a mourning ohant, an  adaptation of an old and oft-sung Apa-  kura.  Place in his ear the precious Jewel-  stone. '  Tho greenstone kahurar/gi,  Hanff on his breast tho koko-tangiwal.  Of glistening lucid jade.  O aMiou wart a prop within the house;  At the prow of the canoe thou wert.  Ears toent to the splashing sound  of many paddles ���������*������������������  In the waters. of Voneke;  In   the   contentions   of   th*   People's  Council.  Our prized kaka-blrd has-gone,  The plMimes alone remain. '"���������-.���������'.  Next came the chiefs of the Greenstone Land���������only two or three of them,  tout tho big half-caste rangaMra. Tim-  oti Whtua (better known as George  Robinson), made up In size for his peo-  pie's uparslty of numbers. He is a man  of almost gigantic stature, and Abo  chanted his dirge wtth thrilling intensity^** -   '  . * .  y  Keen blow* the Nor'-West wind.  Wind from the Mountain-land.  Bringing sad thoughts of 'thee,  Wihere, O He-tana, art thou gone?  Perhaps in Council Hall thou'-rt laid.  To await thy people's coming.  Tes, there lies thy mortal shell,  Resting at last  j    From Us many, from its Innumerable  '        travels,   From-its-eeaseless-eoings_to.and_fro._i_^i:  The veteran, WI Pere, ex-M. H. R.,  with his people, sang the next chant:  ; Afflictions deepest gloom  Enwraps this house.  For in It Seddon lies, '    *  Whose death eats out our h-earta.  Twas  he  to  whom (he closest  clung t  In days gone by ^        ' ''���������>  O whispering northwest broexv  Blow fair for me,  Wafit me to Poneke  And take me to the friend I loved  In days gone by.  , O peoples all and tribes,  Raise the loud cry of grief;  For the Ship of Fate has passed  Port Jackson's distant oa/pe,  And on the all-destroying sea  Our great one died.  The final soene was a dramatic climax. The songs, the high-pitched cries  of farewell, cries almost -of despair,  had wrought both Maoris and pakehas  up to a pitch of deepest feeling. Ta-  karangl Mete Klngl roan to hia feet,  and, circling his mere round his head;  cried the opening words of the waiata:  Whagaronge e te rau  Tenet te tupuna o te mata.  The effect was electrical. The people  epnang to their feet, women and men,  and, with the energetic ohieftainesses  Wikt and U'tautm on opposite sides ot  the Wanganul and Ngatlapa party,  gesticulating and "pukana"-tng with  rolling eyes, they broke Into a grand  ohorus ��������� an old and w>ell-rem������im1>ered  ohant to Death. They stamped and  threw their arms this way and that,  and the w<omen waved aloft thoir leafy  trophies of sorrow, aa they ohanted:  Hearken, 0 ye people,  This Is the parent ot Death,  Our oommon enoeater  Who must embrace ua all.  Twas oonoelved In the Relnge,  'Twas engendered ia tbe Dark Bad  Night  tVie but a breath from heaven  And we pass away for ever  We fall, and prone we lie,  And ever soundly sleep,  We slumber with our knees drawn up,  We slumber stricken In a beat),  Byes rolling, feathers dancing, block  treasee .toiling, aad weapons brandished In the air, tbe people ended their  grea/t song with a long-drawn "&-���������"  Takarangi, ���������till quivering toll mere in  an evnlted hand, orled loud farewell .  higher and  higher, until he almost  ���������jr|wned������-?,   Farewell!  Depart!  Departt  And greet your many ancestors.  Wstoh Jewels,  A Jeweler, no matter bow dishonest*  would not steal the Jewell tn a watch,  for tbey nre valueless. Tbey cost only  10 cents apiece. In antique watches  the Jewed were often costly, In modem watcbes they are never wortb more  tban $15 a gross.-Argonaut  lulatlnn a about,  A famous Scotch dean ns*d to tell  a ghost story tbe clew to wblcb Is In  the question, "Wee!, mtttster ghulst, la  this a geWa! rising or are ye iu������t tru  Ing a daundsr frae yer mnve hy roi*  ealtr  4.)  ��������� mi.,\  1 %>  V  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUAIBIA.  DISEASE BORN OF  .CARELESSNESS  Because Poisonous Impurities are Left in the Blood  Which Can be Removed by the Use of  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  Disease, results in most cases from  the presence of poisonous waste matter in the body, and may, therefore,  be said to arise from ignorance or  carelessness. '  Bilious spells, sick headache, attacks of indigestion, kidney pains  and backache���������such are 'the indications of failure on tlie part of the  is still so. The cure was thorough  matter as rapidly as it accumulates.  By the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills the situation is. promptly  relieved, because liver, kidney and  bowels are set, in vigorous action and  the filtering and excretory system  thoroughly cleansed arid strengthen-  ���������ed.  Neglect to afford assistance at such  a time is to invite the attack of such  iailments as Bright's disease, dropsy,  rheumatism or appendicitis. ,  Mr. Wm. Cook, Moosomin, N.W.T.,,  writes: "I have been taking Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills and must  say they have done me a lot of good.  I have been a great'sufferer from diabetes and I can sav to all who are  afflicted with this disease that Dr.  Cease's Kidney-Liver Pills will do  them good. I cannot say that I am  entirely cured but X have been great  ly benefited bv this medicine."  * Mr. John Wilson, 918 Esplanade  avenue, Montreal, Que., writes: "Last  February I was taken sick and had  to have the doctor, who said that  my ailment was a' disordered liver.  A few weeks after completing this  treatment I began to notice symptoms  of kidney disease. The urine took on  a reddish appearance and continued  to get worse until there were brick  dust deposits, and then I knew that  the kidneys were seriously affected,  and that I was threatened with  Bright's disease.  "I obtained some of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills and as a result of  this treatment was completely cured.  My water became a natural color and  ig still so. The cure was thorough  and lasting."  By using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pill's, one pill a dose at bedtime, as  often as is necessary to keep the  bowels in regular healthful action,  you insure yourself against kidney  disease and the subsequent suffering  from Bright's disease, dropsy, apoplexy or other equally, dreaded ailments. Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills, 25 cents a box, at all dealers  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  Rest That Drives a Man to Work.  "Slowboy says he would rather run  a lawn-mower than lie in a hammock."  "How absurd!"  "No; he says his wife can't put the  baby in his lap when he is running  the lawn mower."���������Philadelphia Enquirer.  State Should Make People Sick.  Greece is threatened with an odd  strike. At a public meeting the phy-,  sicians and druggists of Athens declared that their professions would  soon be reduced to starvation. Many  physicians of the city are actually in  straits because of the ever-increasing  clinics where patients receive free  treatment. The disciples of Escula-  pius intend, therefore, to strike unless the government prevents the  further establishment of clinics and  permits them to increase their fees  from two drachmas to three drachmas (a drachma is about 19 cents.)  Although the motion to this effect  was combatted by several physicians  as unworthy of tho medical profession, it was finally carried by a great  majority, and the strike will probably go into effect soon.���������New York  Tribune.  Direct From the Gardens  The Purest and Cleanest Green Tea on  Earth. Delicious and Economical in use  Lead    Packets  CEYLON  Only    40c     60c,  a nd   60c  IM  per  lb.     At    all    grocers.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator is pleasant to take sure; and effectual in destroying worms. Many  have tried it with best results.  The choir of a large metropolitan  church had sung a Te Deum of a  very ornate description, the end of  which was not only complicated, but  required the exertions of the full  lung power of the choristers. While  the echoes of the last notes were still  faintly sounding, the minister arose  and in a clear but semi-reproachful  tone began to read the twentieth  chapter of the Acts of the Apostles,  of which the first words are: "And  after the uproar was ceased."���������The  Musician.  State of Ohio, City of Toledo,  Lucas County,  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he  is senior partner of the firm of P. J.  Cheney & Co., doing business in the city  of Toledo, County,) and State aforesaid,  and that said firm will pay the sum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and  every case of Catarrh that cannot be  cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed ln  r-my-presenee-this���������6th*-day��������� of���������Decemberr  A. D. 1886. r    ���������   A. W. GLEASON.  (Seal.) ,       Notary Public  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally  and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the' system. Send for  testimonials free. ,  F.J.CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by all Druggists, Iim.  Take Hall's Family P1U������ for constipation  Dr. Goodchild, pastor of Central  Baptist church, New York, has a  lady to whistle three tunes between  the lessons and the sermon. She  has a piano accompaniment, and  whistles selections from the best mas-  tors.  The Farthest Northi,  In the Farthest North, Peary, they  say,  Said the temperature made him feel  gay.  He declared then and there  That the chill northern air  Was warmer   than   Boston's    Back  Bay!  Why go limping and whining about  your corns when a 25 cent bottle of  Holloway's Corn Cure will remove  them ? Give it a trial and you will,  not regret it.  The late dynamite explosion in St.  Peter's was considered as anarchy's  protest* against religion. The Pope  |ti-(ASRrvarl his cmnpnsiire nnd said:  "It.-was some madman's act. I will  pray for the wretch."  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes by  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  /indispensable ia WiuterX  Jf There's a need in every home for \  Grays Syrup of Red Spruce Gum  A few doees, at the first sign of a cold, will allay all throat  Irritation���������taLs away hoarseness���������check the inflammation���������  Strengthen the lungs���������ward off the cough.  All the healing, soothing, curative properties of Canadian Sprnce  Gum���������combined with aromatics.   Pleasant to take.   25 cts. bottle.  Peculiar Accident to an Engineer.  Edward Spencer, chief engineer of  the S.S. "Glide," of Montreal, was  working around his engine when a  hot bolt flew out and burned his arm  terribly. It was as if "a. red-hot spit  had been thrust into it! A supply of  Zam-Buk balm was speedily obtained  and first aid rendered. The famous  herbal balm alleviated the pain, ind  to the surprise of Spencer and all his  friends, at tlie end of a week the,  wound was completely'healed. This is  only one of several cases reported recently in which Zam-Buk has been  proved,a wonderful healer of burns,  cuts, bruises, and abrasions. It is  equally effective for ulcers, sores, poisoning, no matter how long these have  persisted. Mrs. W. H. Taylor, of  North Bay, Ont., says; "I had a  _^ealy_spot���������about_as-_b-'gIias_a ten-cent  piece on my face. I had it for four  years, and hardly a night during that  time went by but what I applied cold  cream or some ointment or other, but  it/ would always be   there,   and the  Shakespearean Hand.  , Some pessimists are inclined to tblnk  that Shakespeare is quite dead. Good  news, however, comes from Hungary.  A correspondent has recently seen a  theatrical poster there which runs as  follows:  By Divine Permission, ln the year 1906,  on the 2d July, will be represented for  the flrst time  ROMEO AND JULIET,  A  sensational   tragedy,   universally   renowned, in Ave acts, with songs, dancoa  and'  Bengal Fire,  By William Shakespeare.  The Author will be present at the Per-  '-���������>���������' formance.  Revenge.  "I'd like that tooth, please," said  the small boy, after the dentist had  extracted the small torment.  "Certainly, my little man; but why  do you want it ?" queried the dentist, handing it over.  "Well, sir," responded the gratified  boy, "I'm going to take it home, and  I'm going to stuff it full of sugar.  Then I'm.going to put it on a plate  and, (with a triumphant grin) watch  it0 ache."���������Pick-Me-Up.  A Pleasant Medicine.���������There are  some pills which have no other purpose evidently than to beget painful  internal disturbances in the patient,  addint?^.Q__to_^hIa_jtroi;.bl-es_a.ud p_er  plexities rather than diminishing  them. One might as well swallow  some corrosive material. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills have not this disagreeable' and     injurious   property  Under the Nerve Lash.���������The torture and  torment of the victim of nervous prostration and nervous debility no one can  rightly estimate who lia.3 not bt?en under  the ruthless lush of these relentless human foes. M. Williams, of Fordwich. Ont..  was for four years a nervous, wreck. Sis  bottles of South American Nervine worked a miracle, and his doctor confirmed  it.���������28.  A gue?t who had-just registered at  the Shirley hotel.. JsaY&JQie_ Denver,  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Governor Cobb of Maine, has been  asked to remedy conditions ih the  Holy Ghost colony at Shiloh, which  the county attorney says is a menace to the state.    '  In 1619, only twelve years after its  settlement, and one year before the  Pilgrims landed at Plymouth, the  legislative body of Virginia enacted  a Sabbath observance law.  The Episcopal diocesan convention  of New York shelved a resolution to  take up aggressive missionary work  among the Jews.  Her  Mrs,  says   .      _  .    8prlng.���������  James  Srigley,  Pelee  Island,!. Ont,  Heart   Like  a  Polluted  imes  Srigle:...  'I was for five years afflicted with  dyspepsia; constipation, heart disease and  nervous prostration. I ourod the heart  trouble with Dr. Agnew's Ouro for the  Heart, and tho other ailments vanished  like mist. Had relief in half an hour  after tho flrst dose."-27.  Rev. Henry A. Buchnel, a Methodist minister who has been elected  governor of Colorado, says he accepted the nomination with the understanding that he would continue to  serve as president at the University  of Denver.  A Horse with a  Strained Shoulder  is sound as a dollar In 34 hours  after you rub the sore spot with  Fellows' Leeming's Essence.  It gives instant relief in all  coses of Strains, Bruises and  Swellings ��������� draws the pain  right out ��������� strengthens the  weak back, shoulder or knee,  Whether you have one horse  or twenty, accidents are liable  to happen any time, Keep a  botUeof  Fellows9  Leeming's  Essence  handy so you can bave it wben  needed.  50c. a bottle.   At dealers.  NATIONAL DRUQ A CHEMICAL OO.,  LIMITED, MONTREAL        ,_  mmmmmmmmimmmmm "tm    * iiti ir ni-rim  'Tis a Marvellous Thing.���������When the  cures affected by Dr. Thomas' Eelec-  trie Oil are considered, the speedy and  permanent relief it has brought to  tho suffering wherever it has been  used', it must be regarded as a marvellous thing that bo potent a medi-  cino should result from the six simple ingredients which enter into its  composition. A trial will convinco  tho most skeptical of its healing virtues.  Tlio Ram's Horn says that "there  i������ no cheap way of saving souls,"  nnd "it is slow work fattening souls  on solos."  wanner the weather the worse it got. 1 They are easy   to take, au not-tin*  I recently applied Zam-Buk, and in  pleasant to the taste,  and their ac  "When you buy  WET  ctdrmNG  you want*  compl0t������  protection  and long  ���������ervtce;  These and many,  othar flood pomti  ere combined in  TOWER'S  .  ffAH 5RANO  OILED CLOTHING  You cant afford     ',  to bi\y any o*nar     /  any  l%*0>������1������ ��������� IM*-  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  The lltpperr Blm.,  The Bllppory elm contains In ltd inner bark a groat quantity of mucilage,  which gives it its peculiar propert.  and name.  James Crlohton,  .Tamos Cricbton, bettor remembered  ���������1 "tbe Admlrablo Crlchton," could  read, write and dispute ln twelve different languages, Ho was an expert  awordsman, a civil and military engineer, a mathematician, a dramatist,  and, although but twenty-three years  ������to fit tht? ttm" nf W������ doflth, ho vron  the mn*ter of nil the science and lean*  Ini of hta acre.  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget tn  Cows.  about a week's time the spot had disappeared completely."  One of the world's; greatest analysts says the healing power of Zam-  Buk is due to the rare herbal essences of which it is entirely composed. For rheumatism and sciatica it  is also a speedy cure. Its healing  influence on the skin is unequalled,  and it is so pure that the delicate  skin of babes benefits from its application. It cures rashes and eruptions  as well as more serious ailments, etc.  Indeed, as a household balm it is  working wonderful cures all over the  Dominion. Druggists and stores sell  it at fifty cents a box. A sample will  be sent by the Zam-Buk Co., .Toronto, to all our readers who mail this  article with a one cent stamp to pay  return postage. Write the name and  date of this paper across the article  bofore mailing.  The Tnrauolse Land>  Sinai was known as tbe "turquoise  land" ln very ancient times, and Dr.  Flinders Petrlo bollovwi that lt was  tbe first mining center In tbo world.  In bis book on tbe subject Dr, Fetrle  tells of tho various expeditions seat to  Sinai by the Egyptian government. At  tbe bead of the party was the "commander," or "bearer of tho seal of the  god," tbe pbaraoh. Tbo official staff  consisted of "masters of the houso of  metals," or assayers, scribes and secretaries, to mako inventories of the  output of tho mines. Even more modern woro tlio "devisers of motals," or  prospectors. Tho working staff consisted of miners nnd tbelr assistants,  The commissariat had cooks, broad  bakers, wator carriers nnd oven a doctor attacked. Tbo mines could only ba  worked for a certain period, from  January to May, which Is exactly the  bost period for nrclmoologlcal work in  Blnal today. The miners lived In camps,  tnd tho so culled forts and camps  wwe really minors' villages,  tion is mild and soothing. A trial of  them will- prove this. They offer  peace to the dyspeptic.   , ' " . .  Dr., George Smith says that 'the  one great problem for the twentieth  century to solve for Christendom is  Mohammedanism"; There are 200,-  000,000 Moslems in Asia and Africa.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Thirsty Soul.  A small youth entered a pawnshop  and placed a frying pan on the counter.  "Thruppenee on the pan, mister," he  demanded, in a shrill voice. The assistant picked up the pan to examine it,  but quickly dropped It, exclaiming:, angrily: "Why, It's hot, you rascal,"  "Of course it Is*" replied the youth,  "Muvver's just fried tho sossldgre In It  and she's waitin' for the money ter git  tho beer."���������The People.  His Qualifications,  To the organist In search of an appointment no requirement as to qualifications should be prohibitive after tho  glorious example of the Australian candidate, wh<> wroto: "Qentlemon, I no-  tlce your .'advertisement for a music  teacher and organist���������either lady or  gentleman. Having been both for several years, I offer you my services.'-���������  London Telegraph.  ^^*&*A  Oinoing Birds.  Sailors visiting the Island ot Lay  4an, In the Hawaiian group, are greatly amused by tho curious antics of the  Laywn albatross, or gony, These birds  sometimes perform, In pairs, a kind ot  dan co, or, an the Bailors call tt, "cake-  walk." Two albatrosses approach each  otber, nodding nnd making profound  bows, cross their bills, produce snapping and groaning sounds, rise on their  toes, puff out their breasts, and Anally  part with more nodding and bowing,  only to come together again and repeat  the performance, occasionally three  cngaga at eunn ia tilt singular amuse*  ������������nt  Xlnoerw  erwew  Keeps your body  warm,  yet   leu  ,  yuur akin breathe  ���������knit, not  woven,���������  '--It fits,  rdoes PEN-  ANGLE  Jnderweard  rPt*i  _-Zb*m*tatntA  ,Aj������intt  , Shrinkage  titty-*  SOS  at* ffoi-t.  'Trade-marked in red. In a \  rariety of styles, fabrics and  5>rfe#ff   for women, mnn and  jtnd     guaranteed.  $b.^ Silver  Exclusive with Diamond  Hall are these three remark*  able offerings in highest  quality plated ware.  PUDDING DISH-Full  size, grey finish, with ap'  plied rococo ornaments,  removable porcelain lining,  FERN POT-Soft grey  finish, rose decoration,  porcelain lined.  CAKE BASKET-Swinging handle over top, ap*  plied border, euibotteti  rose centre,  WV ir*it *t*������a rtfuril/rre tf rharg*  tttr Urge iUuitraltii (aJmlofu*,  Post, was approached by a boy with  a telegram. It had $1 charges on  it.  "What!" said the guest, before  opening it. "'A dollar charges! I  won't pay it. Anybody who cannot  pay for his message when writing  me is certainly a cheap one. Wait  a minute. I'll just let you report  this uncollected and the sender may  pay the charges,"  At that he. tore. the envelope open.  As he read a smile settled on his  face, and, pulling a* dollar from his  poekeWie-handed it to the boy.  "It's hll right," ne said.  Then lie threw the message on the  counter. "Read it!" he said to C. I.  Newton, the clerk. The message  read:     "  "Papas' little girl sends him fifty  bushels of love and wishes he waa  home to kiss her good-night. Nellie."  CURED HIS WIFE  of_LA GRIPPE  Quebec Man tells how the Great Consumptive Preventative was  an all-round Benefit  Icwiito.Ont  " My wife took La Grippe when she wai  h Ottawa,"says R. N. Daf'oe ofNorthfield  Farm, Que., in an interview, " She got a  bottle ot Psyehine and altar using it for fl  few days she was quite well, 1 took a cold  and am using it and am getting all right,  I tliink Psyehine Is one of the best tonics  on tho market to-day,"  There you have the whole matter In a  nutshell, Ln Grippe and cold* are among  the forerunners ot consumption.  Thin man had one, his wile had the other,  Psyehine not only cured both but it built  them up ao that thoir bodies are strong  enough to renint disease, All seeds ol  consumption are killed by  PSYCHINE  (Pronounced Sl-kun)  50c, Per Bottle  OR. T. A. SLOCUM. iimiUl Tarcnio.  WH  raise  [*t.eat  Tiny era oft  uqtionco, B    tbt nnt wuio for Vrarbunclojoloiij  whlto iwollinf and itlir Jototi, Ther*  fora taiho bruiiM tmly mm of ton with  JflHHS������/li$w  LINIMENT  it inMhe* ������h������ p������(n, jirorcuti JlKOtur  nt, Ntnor-M w-ftnww, rm&utma iwoll-  ingt, otoM tbo InlUnimttlon, odds to  jrour oomfort, wt-ioaU tJUtHittU.  W.   N.   U.   NO.   8IS ������# .N'Bin' cvmmm.mn,: ������ratis*t caLmosm  rji,,rr"w-i������.'i,.j !������st**nt������^*^r^������%*fe  ��������� * ���������       .,*'*' f  Jka t " i*"* *"f"   A    ������*";   * 'tab-  ^lllPSlpSM^iSi^^  cFgn,  ^S2&G������&  &d"  atave.Bromo QwimieTtffetB.  Css-es Grip  IVfoSJays.  Seven Million boxes sold tn past S2 bjoqSis.  **&% S%B&tnr8*  f   RIGGS andWHYTK Props-  ������������������{���������TEAMSTERS, and  DKAYMKIV'f  VS INGLE and DOlTHLE KiUS*.  ������Fnr HIRE- ALL ORDER**  il'HOMlTLV ATTENDED   TO.,  MSis, Cum!  '/���������^v*-  *<*-,.*- :  V  ;  VESPERS.  ���������Tjie day long- have J toiled at oars,  The'ri for broadened as I went,  And now each hftrb of evening pours  .Upon the air Hs inmost scent  Past .gathered to tbelr mother hill,  The   young-  plantations drowse and  Araans,  And -down th������ valley bright and still,'  Ulce golden satin, shines the stream;  sgajgigBiaLgaK^aBBBa^^  SjSl2s4:TJEX-    c  P210PEIET.  Enslioh 4 x BUILTON alwaya oa tap;    also, tbe fajnous MJ.LW A'UKEK  .,. BE&R-v���������Ar-hiviser, Koimmian. Si-liliiz, Au..      "OLD GUEY JiivAltD "  SCTVa Wlii.'iKY, Best Wmes and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding aiid Lodgiuj, Department, m.der the ir.. mediate snpetliitendonoe of Mas  Davis, will be fouuit Fu-i.t-elau-j in every rcspoot  BATES,  $1 00 per day upwards.  ���������mx^-J!*i*r*mma.iVmtrmimsvm-r-m^  ���������rsswAmtin*\tMm?rrrv-zM.-  BHAIHt* AND BEVERAGES.  faamaB   Literary   Lights   Who   Itcy-  elot)  In  Coti'ee niiil  Tea.  Famous literary  mon  hnv������ all had  thi ir fAvprlte hevoragos.  Tea anil coffee,   how.-vet-,   head the   I   eide  hfg father'responded, "That, my  . 'OTae X.agtetil Q action.  A little Philadelphia boy waa,taken  by his father for his first visit to the  soo. Stopping before un iuclosure, he  asked, "Papa, what animal is that?"  Reading  the sign tacked  up to one  i^pMait & hiiiiiim By  '^^h������^������i*'':<%^  ..���������mt?te-?A':'''-.-���������-.<'. ���������r,i?-**?1i*f'. ' " ���������������������������������������������'������������������Wtt>  '*'��������� '   "..-.*."'������;������������������������������������    'A'y'.i\*X ly-yjr-y., ���������'-. ���������':., ���������:' .-.  ty������w**tw<t*wtf������^  list, wid theso t��������� drinks, which the   j, Bon; is   a   Prong   horned   antelope."  "Kin   be  blow   his  horns?"  waa tho  question that promptly followed.  While red behind tihcir bars of olm  The sunset fires begin to fade,  And t-onder mlats to overwbebn  The pastures with a silver sha.de.  i  1  Till presently there comes to me,  ���������Por requiem of" this g-ood day gone,  The tranquil benedicite  Of twilight hells from Basildon,  So silken clear, so soft and far,  .. It seems the dusk ihas> scarcely stirred^  While o'er the reeds one silver star  .Reirjains God's,last unspoken word.  -���������London Spectator.  KING'S INDIAN ORDERLIES.  Curious   -Impressions   Formed   of  ths  ___- '__���������    Mother C&ontrv.    Th������ Kind's fonr Indian orderly officers, "-who have spent thr>e very crowded., months in England, sailed for India  reantiily. ,,  ���������So impressed have ber.n these flrie-  :1������okinsr, black-bearded m*sn with the  order, of things in the mother country  that they admit to a certain feetinsr ol  awe when speaking .of tho great Bights  they have eeen.  JJorMioners have beeome accustomed  during the season now dead and ij-mo  to the spectacle of these Impassiw-s  Orientals in their uniforms of bkicJ-r,  pajn blue, and rod and froid; but t-iiejr  'warcaty realized perhaps what was  ���������passing In (heir minds.  Last flp-asuu thn Indian orderly offl-  ���������tjora. wer*o Or.rV.hass, the year beforo  ���������jyikhe. T^ie. tii'-n ��������� wlvj Bailed reecntly*  ?we Punjaub Mfthomelans. They have  never, taw!:.-.id ale.hoi. ,m& their meat  vnurtt .}*��������� ],Tf'p'txtid for thorn liy rti-en ot  their-'own faith,  ,T.Uey have all men much aetivo hot*  vice, and wear several medals and  olfiisps.  The four othcars vvem taken to the  Hippodrome, and tjofore the-lr rtupar-  turn Hit-:/ tvtxw, ilwijj.h ������ii������. int-.H-pH/icr,  iiii'tfii. <.i Vitidr l,nprws.sit/*i,i*i to <in I'ix*.  ���������yxraiK-i /i'iuv^.*nt;;,l.ivo  "Tho.r,* !.-: n������ ruler mtV)o wnrlrt likfl  our fclhiitthtririha-i-iPn-d"���������'Hmfunw <>|  j'ndin���������- "and no EremroHH like our i-lrn-  prfps,'' if-1d one i������f th^ turbaned ft'lariis.  They ri'H'ftr Kp<-ak of the Kinjr and  0������u������cn. it in alwa.ya "our Krnpc.-ror ajrf  l'5riipr'"'Pi'."'  ���������i'W<j k.ivo ������'.*on much���������tho grea-t  V>*f.i.U.-,Mt>!iv*������, (,hft nrs-iMv..) ������l t,Vofdw\\rh.  (bu i-alne/j of. 1 r./i-ital," rirtii! atioth'-A  ���������'''(,i'' \t',:i: enn lf������ 1111,1*0 wm*������������������'.,-���������)���������',vlthen  Htr- ,;tv.m' !n )���������)" Anvil 11! Lou-ltM'.' ft"W  )'^ii:,'i,,i|   jm,i: *,i;l*,...!i   ]!;(,:���������,   bill,   i,i  iv������;*-u hit*  .i,;;u,  ii.iid  ,\.u-,ii .i>im  , !ii.������il do ".'.is liiJ-  l-V.W."  famous William Cobbett denounced up  "slops," huve been the means'of ypur-  Hup- satiny a drowtsy j������v.;i-:ia^st to renewed enurjry.  \ro!ta1j'<', the king of wita and littmi.  tears, wos a corifirmpd uo"'t'-e drinker,  in his old ni;e he oi'tt:i took tii'ty cupel*  ti .Aj, \-rhicb sadly hurt l,.n dijcii>Uott  'antl hasC-.ued his dt-Uh. l;^ix.no iu'vw  drank anything else but co;;V;*, ami  during the early hours of the moruing',  for be ii-.-gan at V2 .o'clock midnight, he,,  us(.'d to lake copious drai'ts of this  stimulating drink.  Sir .Tamers Macintosh was co fond of  coffee tUa.t he used lo assert li'.ai the  .powers of a man'?, mind would pener-  ,-nliy be fouud to be p'-unortioiiai to tlic  ���������fjuantity of tli.-u stJujukmt whicii be  drank. CswptT i)a.vs a-triliuto tn train  tlie "Tark" when lie says "Van cup thai  ���������x:iiiifeiU-but ��������� iioc inebriates."    He ti'as  very   foiid oC tby ������������������ Chiuirjo  bevej-a^c  But tli" kitifT cf ten dt;inken; was ftim-������������������>  ae! .lohiison.  Ou ;;aii. uccu;-,1*jU Sir .loiih-  ua Ucyuolds ivniinili'd the n't-eut ninn  . ti-it^ lie hail dr;ink, clov;*-!!, ct:ps ,;f.ti'a,  v,'hfre!i;.7on ,b>h'.u;o." rctoi-t.t'i'i: "Sir, I  did uot count your ^iauiica of wine.  Why tlieii fciliouJtl y.'iii humijer my eu\)k  ���������i.lti'L'!"  Ppaisu jiad Flattery.  We must define flattery and praise.  They arc distinct. Trajan was en- j  couraged to virtue by the panegyric 1  of Pliny. Tiberius became obstinate 1  in vice from the flattery of the sena-  tors.���������Louis XVI.  "  Two Gii'la.  It is just as easy to fall in love with0  a��������� rich girl as it is to fall in love-with,,  a poor one, but it is generally easier,,  to marry   the  poor  one.  &e of good'courage; that is the main  thine;.���������-Thoreau.  ..This V.T������8 ?a_ 1SS-1.  in,- nif*wwhiie tber-e Is an  cbvtcjus  need for some organizail effort lo instruct younjr mothers ln tbe vHa.l exl?-  o'nclea of infant feedin-?;. Much h.-m beeu  d.-ne in individual' districts by mmns  Of visitors and i.'d'.nitary !nspc-c:birs,.,but  mutih rerna'ns to be done. Mr. Burns  -truly Bald that nowhere in the "tv'orld  I3 young* motlierViood so Isolated as in  lax-Re eittea.  A few of ihotxo women sack advlee nt  hoRpl'talr,, but many'rnoro sunt blindly in  tihe lU'/ht of their own 'isTiorui'iec, or  upon tiiti piiiuilcious advice of oth am  who, though as ignorant t-hemfulves,  yet gtitlior fr.wi Hielr riper age a semblance of authority for vicious d.o������-  trlnes,���������London Hospital.  ' English opinion of the United States  in 1824, from the standpoint of the  fashionable London set, is shown in  the extract from the correspondent of  John Yt'hishaw:  "You insist have road somo time  since in the papers of a few young  'fashionables,' ijr, Stanley (Lord Derby's grandson),- Messrs. ..Wortley aud  Dcuison, ministerial members, and La-  boucliere, a nephew of Mr.'.Baring?,  having sailed for New'l'orJ: with the  inteution of making a tour of tl}0  United States. The scheme was  thought very wild and much dlsai>������  proved of by the, west oud of tho  town, and disappointment aud disgust  were universally predicted."  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  VXCTOSaiA���������CCK03S       SOtJTB  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  .. Nanaimo, calling at   North Saanich  Cow.ch;iu Bay    Mapic   Bay,  Crofion, *  Kuper and '.rhetis islands ������hen ft^ij,'hf  ;*t pas-fien^ers offer.  Leaves Nsnaimn 1'uRsday, 5  p.m., few-'  Union Bay and Coinox.  Leave*,' (^trmox- Wednesday,  8 a.tn., for  i-   Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Lfc.ives N.inaioio Tbursda;,', 7 a.m , for  Comox and way po������-t������.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a-m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2  p.m., for  Victoria, calirij;  at Kuper and The-is  Islands, Crofton, Maple Hay, Cou-ich-  an    Hiv-   and    '>'o;-U' , St.tnich   v.-hen  freight and  passengers otter  North  Saanich  vlien tid?: and we'athci  conditions   permn.  VA3300TJVBB. - 3SrAl������ Al-zfO - LA2>T  *       smiTj;  ���������s-XAvrii  ���������s. S.  "  '-.10AAXA  Sails from   Vancouver   for   Nanainn  daily, except Sundays, ai r.30 pan.  S-'i Is froo'1    Ma-"i:tn>iu   fitr    V'anuiuve-  daily, except Sunflay:., at 7 a.m  Emde  Bicycles and Suppiies. 11  Local Agent  for   5J  Comox Dlstlrct for  Cleveland  Masijey-Harris  Brantford  Perfect ^ \\\  Rambler  Imperial  Bicycles.  Fairbanks - Morio Gtasolene  'Jack of all Trades' eugin- s  TIMF- TABLE   KFFKOT'IVE  ���������Miind};'v,Ock-;b.-rl,-t,'11/1)6,.  NO FTTH TlDUNn���������i?^.ifrTy..v.-  *ma**mntm**mmu*kmm^^ ftyxwrmvafrtw yutmnr m  Second band Wheels  for sa"ie.  Acetylene Supplies  ^    Bicycle and ceneral  Repairing of  Sewing  Machines,      Fishing  ���������    Rods, Gjjtis etc. *  %    Bo?t������ort> a round, Sans gum-,  ������������       mod arid lilud'.  %    Key ;'nd Pijie fiuing.  -1ji. tm^tmAmitllimm  M St," Cnmbsrlandf  S ' V  , '���������'���������-.<&'i&������AmtlteA-iiim^li^^  ���������     " t  VVaVeply fl'otel  First r*laM& Acbommftd.ttiori  .... at ilcasoaable Bates :...'.'  Infwntilft Mortality.  It t:i u (Mil;,-'!'", .'.i-inaioidit.ry Uf.on #tlf  i*n*'M:.d*! tlv/������ nf.i'r ituttr** ihun i-s'tm^y  /���������*.(,! l- *.'' ;.*i'ii';-i;, ���������' ������������������;! ��������� -U, ?,*.l,'.->ri lt F'ruitjlfl  A., ',,.:: ;,, !*,-'��������� tu- M-ii.rh'o t*'i tiiHtru^t  Af ,*/'j.i!,'i>- vri"'in-. 1 id our ,'iH::*'.itf������ l->  t**i '.kiiriM i'l.i-v .si-*,', , ,,f ilt,,,,*)������>i#ior,vi  'PUt. i};'n.M',i- f 01 "i.ilAit.: (u.W4, rn-'lJl"  nr.t -t\ ft," loiJ.u-.r if ln.ant,U(-> tiul'rttl'ia  la jiii* rioruftjiH.!, a nuUi<v Ijk? iiiw t/i  to* rv'S'i*-���������'������������������'. ha, ���������*!!'..i-.-l 1 aa i.',: >, bi'U.rt  fo^dlnir ot haVi! vi i,* \}t nf.!*-!**-* rri^rfn-  r-lvedy ler.-.i pr-iwci-d, in ttdH fiwt. tit  oni)Tmi\ lt>'*a tti 13 too*, evil of tiit wlv.i*  nimi.������r, f<)v dU>>"i.'-;i.l lint/wt"*?!?.'*! onx-f  tHHiotbt-n wn-exnury <mt iw a������ ������*i,*,-������.,-<te  it'ho ImiricJlaiM iuk und ������lra.ta lnt������*r.������������uj  of lhf������ hdaut) .fbon 4i^uu*t f������!tf!n*r tg  aJKindonrid.  vV .,.���������������>.    .;   ..������.,  v.*,|.. 1 vf   uM  -it'lVU-Aiu in  tmtiai-ttvei'iini't In *>* ca*������ nt t)w  rttitt It Ih MtvUHittteti'if rUdtinAxufy-n -na  tho part of fho moi./i.c iifihmitru.:������B suml  ItierV, of mat'-ni.'d  Pv fin ���������!..     tn Hm c,u*l  ��������� '-   tl.       - AJ^rn   I-   , .    f ���������..,... ,  vr.n-'i. nil- -..'f^'.iuvy *���������',  j,  tl* r- ll'.e   ,>'"*t,"r.d; ni   ������������������'���������  rii.v'.Vi r*   Jjnrt  'hi- ff"*i ,  ���������\y&.1 "i.'v    rn' !r..--.M-  '.*  '  Um li!.-:,      'I'idc :; .af.i  \v������.������ ttvnctmntiy dfalt \*  T'"������ ���������*������������������   in   * '������������������-    rmrf ������������������ '** -  ���������   '       ��������� '  Ur- conforfnof; on   'nt>-.i*iU- t-i  IMirHerf   w������-i������|t-ri'''  T-������������������*,.-��������������� ���������   '���������     *.  !  Uf.U**i)r> .'    ,. .At 1 ,     ������������������>!.-���������   '������������������'  hii!(?*'.'4������.1n^ a lit.-cri*'!*)?' ������ir l-V;--fi  l*.-i -*,-  ti,.i   ���������<.'.. :.:*������������������  id  ���������:.-. ��������������������������� ���������'  i*-  r-ir 1. ' ***t   w-f'.,.-y  1  Ifii,, ;    >.  *.'   . -.  df.tii   'nUv.y,   a mx.'I.'U   tol-l.'-J.--.,  .-*i  ������������������,,.. lAAet  :.���������-, "t     if   '- n  ���������A i-i,-.it������.--1  i-i.   -poM*  1  *-y vi r. jt,un  1 '.. .....   if.  \ullf.  f  U't  1  '1    tKlJ.  A Cim'b lint* H.y Hitin Viiviov,  Ho wis 11 Ciiio old man who had been  td Houth America, but who waa d*,  voting- his old aji'o to acting ns tho  M'orka of tl'.e clock in the phizm In  Oriprl. Tt wat: ho who rung- Wioso many,.  many-bolls wo heard uud pUKZlod ovos.  ft,-;*tno forty rapid, uiyli pitched bc-lls ut  Y2-A2, movon IMh ot dcoiior tomi at  ;j;()f*, nud m on.  Ad-.-laiiilc had u::kod Arcb.'.'^t-'i^o, tlio  old Hi.-ia'.-! no;,, io cpliln th.r.i-'.o !i-'iciJiiJ*K  irnvfit/antifi-i and. had i-.-ana'd turn, t;a������  l.*o!L*i wero only intii.i.i:,;!   to iippi'o^l-  lliiUt.' (In1 llu.H'i  tli:.! 1  llisi l'.'.ih* I' Vi'iHl Old  and ticctiHlaniUly forgot uiitl ntrtu too  lhtlo or too triui'h: a Iho tlmt ho wag  but a man ir.id that lunibor (KmiotlufcJH  oi'.un' Kuitwii*^ a( hi:*) vii'il.; ut, nuy,  I) ���������Ai,, \.Vivii|.ini hi! rail;.' for 12 o'clock  {iml Wiui'Jia'i d hotno to Idrt ������]r.i;'lii.'Ul.  "AAr .'r:t..-t!t" i-A>:,-,i r.t'fOimtfd far e'.tnx*  f,!>i'-.'M'd-.-la.Mi i'i 1?t������ bell for 1 o'clock,  j'upp-i'.-io Ar'-i'.iiii.'Wdo'ri moth,"!' wnu In to  in thu couiuu^ af iiui i.ii.iday iiK'al,  could tiln fufjii-i- rotnru to tho plstm  wlUioiii lib ..j-mIj.'i/uV A.al '.vJj.'il do;.a  ti ���������jjiiarfiii' of an haur im-.ttor ultm' all?  Tn OnpH it. lu truly dolco far nioiito.���������  t^tr'hru**''*  ifrntmie-y*!*  X-Vt.y  ut  n<.<i*Ung  H*>.*uiu.,  Tflu land in ail   t'uiJ.oy  and hvt Uu-  l,*\,-tXi,rir''fi' tutl/-,'<"*i  <*'. ii'i ������,>!,.,,!,(��������� ,,���������\  tnu nnd Ih onlv ofc������inli>d nt IiIh vill tt  \<i dlvldod nmmi'! thdm* \-'m wlnh to  oulllvnto It tit ft imuiin',1 rour-tl of me-  flflh ol' Tlio r.'rodtir,>, irliich -*.'0(-< illnict-  lv to tin; i'iim*ii,   T?!i-* r-i'u't!;-' tuoru nro  !'���������'.!-:,   ::U  hi'  ������:���������������   iiyA-Aiy.uwe of'Uio  1 ,������V������*l'lJ-!jl:!lt,   1}'i*   ):",*vi',a   in    ,-,|( Jl  diiitlif'l  liaiiti,': thi' atd.'i'fi'ity !.,.- Jcfiwrj tie*  ffrour.d atid r-Dlli-i'? tl:i- taff-M, whit,.  tuny lu? iii lAtud ik lu.i.ii}, h' y',\i\'.i aro  '���������' .< four /Iflr-i 'tf nil Hit  nijiunj:' and c-i-n in |*.(,uhi;-  ���������;    -. .i ifi -r ,i  ,*   .1) if i i���������)i ���������  A D'-tinay Incident.  V,yh������D Souutor Wolcott (ivst wont to  ColonHln ho imd fjls brothor oponod u  law oJtlco ut ldubo Springs undor the  Arm uarao of "Pd Wolcott & Bro."  Later tbu partnership was dissolved.  Tht' future senator puck������d his few us-  stum, iiit;Ju(Jliig the. si������n that had bung  onifdd'.- of his "olllco, upon n bnrtjm nnd  eturl'wl for Gcor;iotow������a, a ralulnu town  fiirtbtir up In the hills. Upou his ar-  tlr.'iJ bo v/fta grcett'd by a crowd of  niitiei'������ wbo critically eurveyod bbn  aud his outfit. Oue of them looking  fii-st ::t thn elan that buiu? over tht)  y-irrU, t:-wu at Wolcott and flaally at  tjie <:.' .-iikcy >'Witured, "Say, atraajjer,  Wbk'.'i -.a' you Ik Ed?'*  k  "���������&.������!��������� lilt _^'  :a   Urf-:*.?isi  Daily  Hi...'.- ������������������  Stutfons.  N'... I  AV..,  ,S*  Ko.  Vt.-coria,  Dt. O.t'K)  Do, If"  Ruaeola,  fl Oi  .1.-)   ������������������!  Shawdgvi,  20.U  W.ii..  ������.  ���������AAI.6  10   2?  OohMi fli!',  Jl> -Ml  IC ,-  UtixrUetJii,,  10,48  Iti -y.  Kokhilah,  10 f.3  l*-Al  pni-.-ihi' ,  11 00  '��������� G ��������� '  .SoirK-iii'H,  n.i'7  17 !���������  Wowiituhno,  11,18  17 'AA  OhenvvinuB,  ���������     11 Wi  17 >-;-  Ladymnit-i'i,  11.57  17. on  Souih Wollif^tofli  li.ltt  l'A If)  Nonairno,  n;.;w  IS AM)  Wollmyt.ii),  A; la.53  at Iti 'it  ���������t-MAmmtimvt.-mA/iJU  nMMMHI.  r **.,i.m,m0t**Ammmm**u.'l  ; ...ifrft'liM .' .u*.  yO'UTIl BOUND-iioad Up  '-l-mi- Art of <t������o 1 *nrn������ol.  A wc.,i tuljuntod jiarauol cuublea j'ou  to biuu buiHhw* you don't want pooplo  to uuo uud to bklo tbo bltiHbw that  ureu't tbero If you want peoplo tt  tliink thoy are, nnd It cmdMea you to  cut poi>U' who dotsun'o to be cot. and  lo tivoid i-������������opl������ whom you darou't out,  Imt wl-zuii you pnrtlcultirly don't want  to !!i'(\ --Tbo World anil Ills Wifo,"  tt^ntrn'.'.... n������ff*Kj  itm-amm***---*  ********* **     ��������� i  '* ���������-'        -l  No, 2  Nu, -.  Vlotorin,  Ar   12,0{i  its w  Rum-,',  J!;0!>  IH ..-���������������  KhMvidg\n,  0!  1  11). i)\  >t  40 5  io ii  Collide Hill,  '      hi. -10  nd'  C'nVi li.i*.;,i,  io.:r>  17. >���������  Km.- iivji,  . 10 dli  11.(I'i/  IjllliOUll'f,  10 ')>���������  IG,*.  S(Ml!i-|l|i,.,  un  !������...������  W-.uthiilti.n,  it 'i  1 u. <*..  (.'hfw.ii.'iiui,  H.itf  IO.".1  i-, **,? ",',,,,  n*. n,i<;  d .  ; -  it  Ar, B.iU  Ar.  i'O.lix  Htxwtb VVnlliii^kin,  H'lH  I.H.27  I'Vft.tu III'*,  .'.;. 1 ;i  11 fa  WllliillJ^tnli,,  Do. 8 00  Ou  . 15.00  iiiSST OF: WINES 4 LIQUORS,  PUOl'KlKrOR.  '���������'.���������u..A-e'/-*t,*'.-*ulm.t^i.-. r.r.������+������m.A  *"-*i������w������n������������������,������,m*.������*i.  Slinvlnrr.  Thu t'.irlkmt known uiontlon ef Hbav-  li\������ is in tho ltlhlu (ClOIlOHlH xliv, U),  "Aud i.u (Judiupli) Kliavud blmsub" and  i-Hirio hi-.'nro riiuraoli." BliavJn.'j; tbo  licntil v.-iiH introduced by tho Homana  about Cbi) 15 (!.  ���������nm oixfmtMt.  Small Hoy���������Pa, what tn an optlmlHt?  k'l\���������Ail oi������,liii/fii, i,i,y s������uu, ut ,. ...,.,, ,,i,w  *'     '       i    .t,,,.,..,  ltl/l���������-,U    .     ...,,.,    ���������.     ,,,.(,"'      t>   ������������������:������������������    ���������������������������   I   1        ���������'    ,    ���������   '  tint it tit/otiii't. luunii-.u.to him.- t,!;c.  'I'l-.ClUt:.*.,i\  M',.r* .Hid '"'tf.'V.t' M i,u '"V-  ki.i;-i .di salt;, ^ood ovoi rail and ste <n,.������.-i  'ilk.-'*, -it I'-' ���������'������ ii*'.' 'iti'-l'ni' ii-ki-i {ni  mill.',  .Special trains anrl racamers for F.-umk-  sions, and n-uiici-xi i ii.", l'-i, pariici? may  oo ,n liiii^Lal  In   cm  iip|ii,i,iti>'ii  tu llie  iJist,  I'ii'is. A/cm ai Victoiia,  ���������Cumberland  , ������L*jj ���������m*mtmmemXmV&m. ������������������  COIi. niUNSMMlR AVENUE  AND tfifiu>JS'l) STUICET.  ClhMiiKKl.ANt" I!   0.  .u,h'.-; d  Ii, I'UvET, Propr*   (rose.  vVitou in Cn.nlK'rianrl be nitre  ami tsiuy nt, tin- Ctimbeiland  ,H''ttf>V,  ^irs't-OlasB  Accoiuoda  tion for transient nnd pernian������J|  t������ni butii'iirt/'s, \  Sample (ioomc and  Public Hall '  Run in Connection with Hotel  Riitv ti ii, ^1.00 to$2.ou por day'  ���������y&SfitW'W'fi Thi.  area*  J-lno'tr.h   liere-ify. \  'tk.P^_\-  ���������"���������'<)' T.ytic.>'imdii\vlit*>vitXesUi*Xiiiola ������  ���������mti-i-y, -,*s-pfi."crvmin fl'ntflia,   ui.ikoii   uuvr '���������  ���������<.-.��������� s ���������,.*������������������ '..--'��������� ;,i,kkHii >/i0, Vouik, Oii'm AAtrv*  ()ti.H Dchiiiiii, Mental mul Jlmin Wat-ry, nte* \  nnmienep, ticminl Wf.alinenv, JCmtfi������i(iit.i.,y <e,t*. ,  i.t.ty.., ,-,'��������� ../., iiniim''Hht*tH vf milium* u������ tm.(i' i,i������f. ���������-.  will ouro. Hold by till (Iruwlutiror iiuvlluii In  .���������li.-liiiiluv. o:. t'oeiil'A, ot mien. 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Anyone ������oudiiit a nkttch anil itMoriptlnn nty  (jhIiMv "^ni-i'iiii our otiintnn tree wltnthtir ���������������  ,*n*  ii*,*,,.   *.i|,,,,i���������.|,iy i"."->Ci*^y;,..,|I on,������rmi|i*8rt.  i.n.i.,ii..ii,;iU .-uni!j,),iu.w..HhtiOBUflC on  ittwiU  *i"n Cr������ .< tsirtfHt i>r*i*ucf fi.incoiirfnfWM.inw.  i'.*-   ��������������������������� '���������������������������*; ilii..i.i,'Vi Mn..������ a n&,r*otU������  ���������.fr,.'.' ,������/t4t������.', ������:.'*.(.(.- (ti-v,������a, laths        !M  .     -    ...     imtUtmt *_lr.  ���������t" I** * *. m v *i.������i( ���������lift" f*-nirn������il    nv>rm*,|S������  .���������I.**-,- ���������;. i*.'.,*m<ii w������i*iiif.  lumenetr-  , i / ,i,>K������������������i-ift" f'Hirnnl    tVrmi, |8 a  ������������������<>���������,r; fun-,-muiiijn, ������|. t>ma lijruli n*w������it������nl������rj,  L'rw.<:u urtlou, IX������ V 8U V/*ubln������t0U, O.C 4?
THE   KEWSy CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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THE CUMBERLAND     NEWS
Issued Every Tuesday.
W. B. ANDERSON,*    -     -      -      MGR
Th�� ooluUma of The Nkws aru ��pe'i to all
who wisih to express ihtiretn views * o .. matters "? public interest;.
While we donot hold ourselves ce "m��i-
hie for the ufcteraiiotju of corresyondemn, we
esorve she -f.gnt of deoliuiug to iuserr
Dm-.nunicacions tmneoea&arily personal.
WEDNESDAY, FEB, 13,1907
NOTICE.
Riding on locomotives and  rail
way cars oi  the   Union   Clolliery
Company by any'person^ or  per
sons���except train crew���i^ strictly
prohibited.    Employees  f.rt?  nub-
iaot to dismissal for aLlot  ig ����")*
By ordqr
Francis p. Lira r.
Mfuia^er.
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Headquarters for Pacific doast Grown
and Imported Garden, Field and Flow
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T��iousat:da of Fruit and Ornaiuental
Trees, Rhododendrons, Roses aud hardy
plant* now growiug on mis' owu. grounds for
future planting.
No expense, loss or delay of fumigatioi.
inspection nor custom duties to pay.
GREENHOUSE    PLANTS
Out Flowers and Floral Designs, Fertilizer*
Bee Hivua and Supplies, Spniy Puuipii aini*
Spraying material.
No agci'ts���therefore you have uo coui
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We do business on our own grounds���r-.,
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uoiupetiUoftB.     'Eastern   prices   or   -leu-.
White labor. %�� Catalogues Ficn.
M.J.HENRY
<Oreenl30Ks��es and P. O. Address ��� 3010 W-utuii-iBW Road.
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���iiiiioi�� mi K,i��iiih fj'ii;i,rn.|,ain.
Whon  One  Had  to  Catch   His  Bride!
After Winning Her, h      j
'.,. A.-wedding as it was customarily ar- ���
tanged in Wales some half a century j
agro was an interesting aflalr. i
In those days, f as -soon- as the young i
people had made up their own minds,
before they oould speak of a wedding
the consent of -the brid-e's parents had
to tie obtained.1 3>his arrangement, or.
rather, consent, was called the Gofyn-y-
ferch and could by no means bis done
by letter, a written document being
considered very had taste.
A good deal of fjrmallty surrounded
the GofjTi-y-fei-ch, and It was not to be
omitted oven when the parents were
known to be willing. The accepted
lover had many anxieties, and among
them, the" necessity of which will be
seen by. and-by, was the pace of his
best; house and the pace and mettle of ,
his friends' horses. j
At   last   the   wedding  day dawned, i
The bride was dressed early, but over ,
her finery she wore a long- cloak, but- ,
toned all the way down to tihe ground, i
while a hood, entirely covei^d heir head j
end face.  In tho course of the morning '
tiie bridegroom sent some of his frr-ends !
to seek out t'he 'bride.    Arrived at her,
father's ihous-e   they  found   the    door j
locked,  and before they could be, admitted they ihad to recite some poetry.
Sometimes the, fair lady's whims and \
caprices made the delay in unlopklng
the door very long.   When the��&oor was
open the bride was still to be found.
She ihad taken refuge   in some efa*
���scure oorner, of the��rtou��e, wihero sh*
was crouching out of si-ght, completely
covewd   with   her  long  cloak.      TiA j
same of hide and seek was sometimca I
so prolonged that when the bride was '
found it was too late to  foe   married ���
that day, tout this did not. happen o'fhon.
When the bride was really found, there
was* a great mounting of .horses.    She, ���
in her molest cloak, wns seatPd behind
her father and all the company set off
as fast as thoir steads   could   go,   all
except the bride's mother, who seldom,
if ever, attended'' her daughter's wedding.
Up hill and down dale, over smooth
and rough ground, the mountain ponies
���galloped,'and shame on the bridegroom
If he and hia friends did not reach the
church before the. bride. Service over,
���the bridegroom 'had still to keep guard
over his wife, f ->r in one country parish, if not in many, it was tho custom
for friends of the young man to wait
.outside ��� the ?church until the service
-was"*0VEi\ w nen tHeTiappy"couple" ap^"
pon-oii, tho brido' wo? seised and pla.c-':d
behind one of tho men, who galloped
off with her.
Nalurally sho was hotly pursued by
the bridegroom, who, of course, af>r
an exciting cihase, ev0.tvtr.all7/ enptured
her. When at" last "the'wife was secured she took her seat behind hor
husband and on his own horse, o.nd the
company rode off again to., the bride's
old 'home. Arrived at the, house, all
the party drank the health of toride
sj>3 -hnan^^T. out of tho same pewter.���London Standard.       ,     ���'-,
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The drinktof" strong men and healthy women
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Canadian  Works Out  Some  Observations Scientifically U-B.de.
A tendency has possibly existed tn )
exaggerate the apaed of the flight oi
blr.ds, thoug-h judging from the recent
cbservatlone scientifically made with
telescopes, eighty miles an hour is not
uncommon. How does thi'.1., compare
with the speed of movement of animals? Mr. Ernest Thompson Seton,
Who ls a very careful and painstaking
���observer, has recently stated that the
speed of antelopes and of othar wild
aalmab ts usually over estimated, tt
la in no case ao great as that of a
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prmg-horned   antelope,   the   speed   of
which Mr, Seton has   worked   out   at
thirty-two  miles  an  hour.   Lower   In
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with twenty-eight milea,  tha  common
to:-: .with twenty-sis miles, tho 'northern crtyito with twenty-four miles, the
foxhound  with twenty**two miles, and
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yardn works) nut at the rate of R 1.1-3
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point with  fleet animals la not.thoir
rate of speed, but tho quickness with
���which   thoy   enn   Ret   up   full   cp-'od.
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doed  a matter of  life and   death   to
thom,   for   most,  prolac-outi cre.ilu as,
oapoclally tlio cuts, jjlve up the chase
at onco if thoy fail jn tho first dash.
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'AmmmtAii^,. it ,,..r��.i��'..ii*��te*k��si,. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  HOPE  FOR  THE  SICK  HINDOO ACROBATS.  A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE.  Tlsey   Perform   Wonderlnl   Feats   of  Dalanclus aud JuKJfllng-.  There is always an abundant supply  of stories of the expertness of Hindoo  Jugglers and acrobats. One who moves  about perched upon a single long stick  's remarkably clever. This performer  s mounted on a bamboo pole about fifteen feet high, the top of which is tied  j to a girdle around his waist. A small  cushion is fastened a few feet down  the pole, which acts as a leg rest. The  acrobat bops around a large space in  tbe   liveliest   way,   uttering   cheerful  j shouts and accompanied by the tapping  of a curious drum. He also executes a  sort of dance and goes through a little  pantomime. It Is a marvelous feat of  equilibrium. Ta walk on a pair of  stilts as high as tbls would be a performance worthy of comment, but to  hop around on one Is quite another  tiling.  The same man can do many other  wonderful things. He appears absolutely perfect In the art of balancing.  He can balance a very light stick on  bis nose and a heavy one on his chin  and then throw the heavy one Into  the air and catch It on the end of the  light one. When balancing these two  sticks, end on end, he will make one  revolve In one direction and the other  the reverse. He puts one hand on a  flat, circular stone, throws his feet up  into the air and balances a stick on  each of them. At the same time he  revolves rapidly on the pivot formed by  his arm and the stone.  Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh, 700 W. 10th  Bt, Los Angeles, Cal., President Women's  Benevolent Ass'n, writes:  "I suffered with la grippe for seven  weeks, and nothing I could do or  take helped me until I tried Peruna.  "I felt at once that I had at last secured the right medicine and I kept  steadily improving. Within three -weeks  I was fully restored, and I ain glad that  I gave that truly great remedy a trial.  I  vrill never be  without it  asa.in."  In a letter dated August 31, 1904, Mrs.  Marsh says: "I"have never yet heard the  ���������efficacy of Peruna questioned. We still  ���������use it.   I travelled through Kentucky and  ?ennessee three years ago, where I found  eruna doing its good work. Much of it  Is being used,here also."���������Henrietta A, S.  Marsh. ������  THE MAHOGANY TREE.  A Surprise fin Biscuits  Every box of Mooncy's Perfection  Cream Sodas you open���������you will  find a new delight in these dainty  biscuits.  When you want to surprise yourself,  give your appetite a treat with  Mooney's     ������  Perfection Cream Sodas  It Frequently Springs From the Crevices of Great Rocks.  The tree which produces that beautiful and well known wood, mahogany,  is one of the most elegant, if not the  largest, of tbe country in which It Is  found and frequently grows in the  crevices of rocks. The appearance of  so large a vegetable production in such  a situation is extremely curious and  picturesque and is to be accounted for  from; the construction o������ the seed,  which Is like that of the thistle,  winged, or capable of being borne  along by the action of the air and in  that���������manner^deposited_Jn_holes_and,  fissures in the rocks, where It speedily  vegetates and springs up. As long as  the plant remains young the place tn  which it ls found Is sufficiently large  for its growth, but as it Increases in  Eize the roots gradually but irresistibly  force asunder the walls of their rocky  prisons and throw off large portions of  stone.  It Is not always, however, found ln  these situations, the largest timber being produced la some of the flat and  marshy spots on the coast of America.  Such is the Honduras mahogany,wliich  Is mucb looser In texture and of less  value than that from the mountainous  districts of Cuba and Haiti. This last  kind Is known in commerce as Spanish  mahogany and is chiefly purchased for  the purpose of being cut Into veneers.  ���������New York Herald.  A WONDERFUL ANIMAL.  The Skin nn (I M<|iil<U.  Tlio sklu litis a roiimrkiiblo power of  absorbing liquids brought Iuto contact  with It. FlulilH ho tulcon up aro In  part dotnlnod lomlly nnd In pnrt enter  tlio tiny vessel* (blood and lymph) that  lend to tho largo blond vessels. In the  dnys of long ngo blood bit ths woro  used, but thoir employment was found*  ed ou Ignoruuco. Tho most Important  constituents of blood cannot pass  through tho ok In unions thoy havo boon  previously treutotj chemically. Lotions of blood ho prepared nro In the  present day used by somo beauty lov������  ers, Milk baths aro moro in ngrco-  ment with science und common sense.  Thoy are not reconcilable with one's  notions of economy. Fancy bathing In  about ten gallons of milk to secure the  ebaarotioa of a (**xn tuasyoouCuis*  KI D N :ey1  Ability, Resources and Drawbacks of  the Arknuaus Racorbnck.  A man who had watched tho affair  and claimed to kuow about hogs, razor-  backs in particular, gavo the following  dissertation: "Arkansas has a greater  variety of hogs and less pork and lard  than any state ia the Uuion,   An average bog in Arkansas weighs about  fourteeu pounds when dressed witb Its  head on and about six pounds and a  half with Us head off.  It can outrun a  greyhound, Jump a rail fence, climb  llko a parrot and live on grass, roots  nnd rabbit tracks.   It hasn't mucb tnll  j or bristle, but pleuty of gall.   It will  | lick a wolf or a bonr In a fair fight,  ! It Is so called razorbuclc because It Is  j shapod like a suuflsb.    In  bunting  ! razorbacks thoy *.ro always shot at  ! sideways, for there ls not a ghost of  ; a show to hit tbem othorwlso auy more  | than to shoot at a split shlnglo.  It can  drink milk out of a quart Jar on account of Its loag, thin head.  This typo  of razorbaek Is known as the stone hog  bocnuso Its head Is so heavy and Its  noso so long that lt balances up bo*  hlud.  Tho owner of this typo of hogs  usually tlos a ntono to its tall to keep  it from overbalancing and breaking  Its Deck whllo runniug.   If the stone  is too heavy it will pull tho skin over  Its eyes, and lt will go blind."���������Mineral  Wells Index.  mi' /i      ���������   , *��������� 'A** mi '+***  !.*OETCS  ! t'liv Cresif-Ml He-it.  i Tlio crested rat of Kust Africa Is re������  i markablo, llrst because of tho groat  j length of the black uud white hairs  | down tho rldgo of the buck, which are  mnilnrpil tin* mnrr������ onn������t������li'nmm h������v������nii*i������  ' tho hairs along tho Hides of the body  ! are so short ntul so differently colored,  i being brownish gray and looking for  ' all tlio world uh It' somo one hud taken  I a pnlr of scUsors and maliciously shoro  ' off tlio decorative Imlr, leaving only a  ) dull iimlorfur, Secondly, It Ih remark-  1 able Iwn tno tlio skull Ims n ror.llnsr of  I bone* exactly rest-iuMlJuj that of some  i turtle*, while, furthermore, this roof  has a granulated ������p|ieimuico .recalling  ' Unit pri������Hi������nt������'tl by thu skulls of certain  1 flslie*. In It* hub!ts it appears to He  1 arboreal whiln fm'ti t}u* *tnit*tiirt* of It*  j teeth it would npjM'ur to be et lout  j partly Insectivorous.  A WORD TO  WOMEN  LISTEN !  Are you listless,  fag .ed and  without  energy  Have yon headache, back pains  or pains in the chest ? Have you  that ''all-gone" feeling ? Do you  have fits of acute pain or wind  after tood ?  If so remember that health depends on three main organs-  liver, stomach and intestines,  and Bileans regulate all three.  Bileans are purely herbal and  Nature's remedies are always  best. Don't dally! Write for  sample box to1 Bileans. Toronto,"  (sending lc stamp for return  postage), or buy a box trom your  druggist.    ���������  Mrs. R. S&ville, of Oakwood, Ont.  says:���������"For headache, debility, indigestion, and biliousness I tried  many medicines, but I never met  with anything to equal Bileans.  They cured me.  Of all druggists at 50c per box.  Symathy or Gratitude?  Pethick Lawrence, husband of one  of the "suffragettes" imprisoned in  London, has promised to subscribe  ������10 a day to the woman's suffrage  fund for every day his wife remains  in jail. Whether Mr. Lawrence is actuated by sympathy or gratitude, deponent saith not.���������New York Tribune.  0.A Veteran's Story.���������George Lewis, of  ohamokin, Pa., writes: "I am eigb*y  years of tage. I have been troubled with  uatarrh for fifty years, and in- my time  nave used a great many catarrh cures,  but never had any relief until I used  Ur. Agnew s Catarrhal Powder. One box  cured me completely."   60 cents.���������25,  Dr. Paul Whitehead c has been reelected secretary of the Virginia Methodist conference fifty-one times,  and is perhaps the oldest ecclesiastical scribe in the world.  Great Things From Little   Causes  Grow.���������It takes very little to derange  the stomach.      The cause   may be  slight, a cold, something   eaten   or  drunk, anxiety, worry, or some other  simple cause.   But if precaution   be  , not taken, this simple cause may have  j most serious consequences.   Many a  chronically debilitated constitution today owes its destruction   to simple  causes not dealt with in time.   Keep  the digestive apparatus in a healthy  , condition and all will be well. Parme-  | lee's Vegetable Pills are better than  any other for the purpose.  Suddenly seized with paralysis, a  signalman at Maindee (where the  Great Western's lines to Bristol and  the north converge), made' a heroic  effort and managed to lock, every signal at "Danger" before falling to the  floor unconscious.  o<m  IDR.LEONHABDTS  m\&  Cold Habit  The old cold goes; a new one  quickly comes. It's the story  of a weak throat, weak lungs,  a tendency to consumption.  Ayer's Cherry Pectoral  breaks up the taking-cold  habit. It strengthens, soothes,  heals. Askyour doctor about it.  -1 had a terrtbU cold, and nothtnn rsll-md  me, I Med Ay*?* Cherry Pectoral sod It  promptly broke, up 1117 cold, stopped' my  cough, and eased every part of my oody. A  did wonderful work for me."���������Ma. J. F. LOTS,  Toledo, Ohio.  A Htde  Au  by 3.0, im Oo., LoweU*  Also manufcot-am* of  yers  8AMAPABILU.  PILLS.  BAIIVKXtt.  Many inherit weak lungs, and as  disease usually assails the weakest  point, these persons are continually  exposed to attacks, of cold and pulmonary disturbances. The speedy use  of Bickle's Anti Consumptive Syrup  will be found a preventative and a  protection, strengthening the organs  so that they are not so liable to  derangement from exposure or abrupt  atmospheric changes, Bickle's Syrup  is cheap and good.  Lord Hindlip, lecturing on British  East   Africa,    thought,, the   country  would never' compete in cereals with  Canada, (although there always will  -be-eonsiderable-loeal-market.���������������������������.  I was cured of terrible lumbago by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  REV. WM, BROWN.  I was cured of a bad case of headache by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  - MRS. -S. KAULBACK.  I was cured of sensitive lungs by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. S. MASTERS.  Keep the bowels regular with Ayer's  Pllle, just one  pill   eaoh  night,  To Mutk* an Oil Stove Barn Well.  Thoroughly clean and reflU every  time after using. If you allow oil and  dirt to accumulnto on It, It is suro to  ���������mell unpleasant whon lighted. Don't  cut the wick, hut rub off the charred  parts witb a rag or a ploco of paper,  Always turn tho wick down beforo extinguishing It and leave turned down  till you uie going to light lt again.  Remember that tbe top of the part up  and dowu which tho wlek runs needs |  to be kept thoroughly clean. Give It  a rub Inside and outside overy time  you clean tho stovo, and if a crust  forms round tho top scrape it ������oca*  slonaU*  Helplow a* 1% D������by,���������South American  lUiuuiiiutli! Ciii'u t-iti'lkcH tho root of tho  uilnu'iit ami mU'IIu>h it quick. It. W.  WrlRht, 10 linulcl Htr-wit, Broekvlllo, Out,,  for twolvc yenrs a great mill'orur from  3-litMuiintlttm, couldn't wiwh hiiiiHulf, fund  hitnttolf, or ilrouH hlrasolf, Aftor wnlng  Ax bottle* wiih ulilo to vo to work, and  miyn: "I think pain hue left mu for-  evcr."-2&,  ICimlnnil nnd the Sea.  Yorkshire nlouo Iuih n record of no  fowor thnn hvolvo drowned towns and  vlllngos. Thero wns Unvonspur, for  !:..it:i'.v: r, "���������!-.' !; -,vnr frivftlfaitM n froo  hiwnmh hy F.chvitvd T, nt a ooat of  fflOO and bofnmo a seaport of almost  national Importance. Thore it was that  Edward Bullol embarked with a force  of 2.B00 strong in order to win tho  vi'.;v.'������ q! ry.lhmd, Tho ton-n, h^s*or  and more Important tban Hull, had  flvo churches, a capacious hnrbor and  a number of buildings befitting Its  rink and Importance. Where are tbey  now?���������London TuU Mall Gaftiiltiv  A Point of Etiquette.  A despatch trom Vanoouver, B. C,  says: Raving shaken hands with King  Edward himself, Chief Joe Caplla.no,  head of the Squamlsh tribe, considers  It would be Infra dig for him to go to  the Hotel Vancouver to call on Earl  Grey, "the King's man," when he arrives here to attend the Forestry convention. Chief Joe says he will be on  hand with some of his braves when the  Governor-General comes, but he waxed  indignant at the lde������a that he ahouid  make a call on His Excellency.  "Jt no can g<o to hotel with my people/*  he said, "Man who aaw King and shook  hands with him will shake the King's  man by the hands lf we meet in th<  streets, hut what would my people  thlnlc if I went and coiled on tht  Kings man?"  The old chief Indicated that snich a  thing was absurd. City Co-mptrolle-t  Glbeon, to whom Chief Joe explained  this difficulty, told the Indian ln his host  Chinook, and ttleo ln his best non-  Iloosevelted English, that ho would do  his best to so arrange matters that  Earl Orey and Joe should meet em man  and men, and Hts Excellency will b<  requested to hear some special remark!  trom the ohief on the vb^nt mt the  ������������������down's wrongs.  You DO NOT hnvo to know whnt yonr  good4 arc mado of whon you use  DY-O-LA  -J  TU Mew and  iNtK0V������D  Home Dye  Your Doctor  Can curo your Couch or Cold,  no question about that, but���������  why go to all tho trouble and  inconvenience of looking him up,  andthenofhavlnghisprescrlption  flHorf whon von ran step into any  drug store (n Canada and obtain  a bottle of SUllOWH CURE  Sor a quarter.  Why pay two to Ave dollar!  when a twenty-five cent,  bottle of SHILOH will euro you  asmil ekly ?  Why not do as hundreds of  thousands of Canadians have  done for tho past thirty-four  years: lot SHILOH be your doctor whenevor a Cough or Cold  appears,  SHILOH will cura you, and all  druggists back up this statement  with a positive guarantee.  The next time you have a  Cough or Cold cure it with  SHILOH  It It also a specific for  LA GRIPPE  Cough Pill taken  In conjunction with  ANTI.PIU.-"The Great 8y������tem Treat.  ment"���������i* a positive preventative of and  cure for La Grippe.  Sold by All Druggists or  The  WIL80H-FYLE  CO.,  Limited  NIAGARA FALL8. ONT.        701  Ok  HEWSOl  _kMHER5T.  JtiVEEDS.  Practically all  makers ef good clothes  in Canada use Htwson  Tweeds. Look for tbe tag  that guarautes pure wool.  71  D&noitaniro ������toj������������ i*oss.  Cattle with horns are dancsroai  ftna a ooniUnt ratMoe to psrsoM  ud etbtr Metis, poboro them  qofoklr and with illiLt pamwuw  KIV9TONK DIHORNIR  AUoTwrlnlrolnutM, Notabarth  gtthod, Usroia clow, oltsn out.  >wi tnia mora milk 1 ttMra mak*  ittsr M������f, send forfrieboellst.  I, K.MtKliu, flctM, Cilird, tea,  FEHX8 GOOD  to feet nnd fingers.   Thcrs'i  a silky softness to  "Dominion 8rand"Hos8  that means foot comfort���������aa  well aa wear and warmth.  tubSltiHi'     Insist on seeing  "Dominion Brand"  Ilose���������and look for  "The  Tag Tbat  ou   every  DOMCVOTN "  mat mi us  A.Buntt!.C&  Mat.)  *.-  Tells"  pair.  W.   N.   U,   NO.   615 ���������-s������wr  m  #������������������  *������������������������  Xt..*.^ ' *,;    Mt  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  **  ���������A FLAG OF TRUCE  ONE rainy day small Freddy Mapes  went to church -^wlth his father.  He was very good during the  early part of the service, and, in fact,"  sat still as a mouse until the sermon was  nearly finished.  Suddenly, to his father's horror, Fred-  ly raised a big umbrella and waved it  >ack and forth.  The congregation giggled audibly,  ind even the minister had to laugh so  hard that he brought his sermon to a  hasty end.  "Freddy," said his father on the way  home, "how could you be such a naughty  boy in church?"  "Why papa," the child replied, "you  always told me when soldiers were shut  in a fort in war and wanted to get out  they always waved a flag of truce; and  my umbrella was the nearest. thing I  had to one!"  I  THE studious Brownie dearly loved  To read Our Boys and Girls,  But he'd no chance,  his teasing  friends  Were such Ill-mannered churls.  Each time he picked the Couple up  They'd snatch the sheet away,  And yell, and yell, with all their might,  "Old bookworm, come and play!"  The brownie cried, "I'll find a way  My reading, to get through;"  Then on a fairy toadstool perched  That grew, and grew, and grew!  Aloft at pictures, tales and rhymea,  With pleasure he did shout,  Till all his teasing friends below  Cried: "Please to read It out!"  J-  VT "V^AS  during  a   visit to beautiful  fl   Norfolk Island 1:1 the South Pacific  'A'- th*t>  I    became    acquainted    with  ;" ���������   \'shj������rk, hur .ng as a real sport,  f   Dea<j'��������� whales   furnish   the   bait   th3t  ���������[ draws'- the  sharks  to   the  surface  and  ��������� makes  them' easy  to  pet  at,  and  the  Bh<tfk,' hunters   do   their   work   at   the  times   when  the  whE.le-.itn   are   busy,  too. 'f   " "   ���������  '- ���������   The 'whales pass Norfolk Island,  going* sOuth dn their way to the Antarctic  feeding'grounds, about the end of July  each, year, and they come bnck past the  island  about the  end   of October,  and  thes-te four months are the whaiing and  sharking season.  ���������      Orie.'morning  at  the  end   of August  ntne^~ciats'"crews'^''er"?Tfil"s"rtting~abowt���������  ,, smolcing and yawning (for it had been  ia poor whaling season), when suddenly  8om������ one called out the whaler's cry,  "HjfjJlo!    White water there!" and, sure  >     enough, out came the black back of a  whale, causing a ring of foam, not 400  ,    y^rdstofCehore.-  Down he went again   and in another  minute, "Blow!" cried almost every one,  as a.-thin  spurt of wator rpse like a  fountain and, blew awny in spray.  *   A) 'dozen1 whaleboats.  clean  and  tidy  . ' and -fitted; down  to   the  last  loop   of  \ string',.are rur. down the smoothed rock,  - ������,one after an'other, into the tossing water  'by the hands of the whole male population. v ���������  All art* in the highest splrrts; and the  wpmen are there, too on the rough  i stone -pier. -When nil aro launched and  ready, there is a hush, and then the  schoolmaster,,- an old whaler himself,  v/hose,brothers are in the boats, takes  ptt.hls-.hat and begins a hymn. All>in  'inland every hat Is off; thon, when It is  done, ther** is, oncer after cheer, and the  boats begin to iook out for their chance  to get over the dangerous bar where the  great Pacific, Ocean rollers, slow-swinging but mighty, are combing their white  locks over the cruel sharp reef rocks.  High in the Stern of each boat stands  the captain, looking out across the bar  to pick the right wave, then gives the  word,* and his boat dashes'off like an  ���������nrrow,  i But as this story is.about shark hunt-���������  ing, not whale hunting, it must do to  teU you thnt In, the end the men kill  their whale and find it to be a seventy-  fioter,  The moment the whale Is dead Master  sil.wk noses him and sends the word  around, and the water Is soon o'.lvo with  IiIh friends nnd "relatives.  AlBd, the snarkboat puts oft from  ihore anil comes about a quaiter of a  mile out to meet the whale beJng towed  , ,. in. Now, the flrst thing thnt has to be  none to the whole before lie is towed to  shore la to tie up his mouth. His under  jaw drops when he dies, and the mouth  would net like a great draw: so, ono  man must dive down under the whale  with a rope, while another clambers on  . Umt hack and takes the ropo and hauls  up the jaw and fastens It there.  Up stands John Buffet to make the  dive: Henry Quintal, with nn oar, bash-  m ������nu pruiik a anurn ur two mm **to  r\r\*e bv th* Inw. end down" pin** the  diver into the water thick with sharks,  up the other aide and into the boat  again,  It is true no man has ever yet been  nipped by n shark on' theso occasions,  but It taken courage, nil the some, to  iitfe   rilmnt't   Hen   tne   *nw������   nf   n   bxtne  / monster that could easily swallow you  whole. Kor the shark* here are as long  a* twenty feet, and If you take a pair  of jaws removed from n dead shark ond  nut them on your shoulders you will  nnd t^nt they go clenn over your head  and shoulder* without touching!  Now, the whaleboats are only about a  quarter of a mile from shore, snd the  Sharkboat meets them and shou:s,"Well  onel" and th<*n gets to work.  Tn tbe hflw, bendlne; nx'er nnd nil nJert  nnd watchful, kneels th" hnrpooner; for  this it the sport-to harpoon sharks Just  like whales. Instead of csteltlng tnem  on a line with bait,   He gives quick,  etghteen feet long.  low orders to the men rowing: "Up a  bit���������steady! Pull your right one stroke-  easy now!"  Up goes his hand, out goes the harpoon, and there is a whirl ana a scurry  of foam and blood, and a big fifteen-  foot shark Ss off, with, the harpoon  planted well in. his back close to the top  fin,  The rope is coiled in a tub, and it goes  out like lightning. A shark does not  "sound," which means go straight down  for the bottom, like a whale that is  harpooned, but* dives and darts here and  there and everywhere. As soon as he  can, the harpooner, and the tteersman,  too, get a hold on the rope and begin to  pull on it, to put more strain on the  shark and check him.  This tires him, and the wound of the  harpoon begins to take away his  strength. ^He is hauled ln and ln till he  is floundering on the surface. Then,  perhaps, anotuer Iron Is put Into him; or  a lance is used to dispatch him. This  is shorter than a harpoon, and It Is  not thrown, but thrust Into his heart,  Just behind the flu on his side. And In  a few minutes, if all goes well, he is a  dead shark.  "If all goes well!" Ah, there's tho  rub! If .all doesn't go well, lt is not  verv nice to think about. You will find  yourself In the water with a mad shark,  furiouB with pain and bent on repaying  you.  A whalo Is a stupid animal, nnd it Is  very rarely that ho shows light and  gets tho notion of using his vast strength  to turn upon the boat thut Ib giving him  the pain and smash it into splinters;  and even lf ho does, he only hurts tho  boat, as a rule.  But a shark often, turns on the boat,;  ho goes straight for it; he can crunch it  In his Jaws and then  hnve you nt h-s  mercy; and ho  means to do It, if  ho can. It takes* a  cool* head and nimble paddling to  dodge him till ho  tires and tiles.  Perhaps somo of  you boyfl know  those linos:  "No gomo was ovor  yet worth a rap  For a rational  man to play,  Into which no accident, no mishap.  Oan  possibly  (Ind  Its wuy.''  Shark hunting Is  real sport, you m; /  bo suro, for It certainly has Its spice  of danger,  A son of one of  the missionaries liv.  Ing^ In Norfolk Is-  land-only a lad-  went out In a shark-  boat one day Juwt  for the sport,  ,, They got tust to a  big shark about  *._������������������.������������������.���������, ivwv ,v,..n, when suddenly It  rushed for the boat, turned over on Its  baok and opened a huge pair of jaws  hke ti vnyv, "iim, iiiia������uit.--*l Un, jnna  nftorwnrdt tbtv would have hoen big  enough to swallow an ox!  It soiled the bout before tho steers-  mnn could swerve nwny, and Just  crunched it up, Its occupants nil went  Into the wator, But, fortunately, ho  lives were lost, and all got ashore.  And when thin Ind, who hnd been sitting Just where the shark caught the  bont, looked st his trousers, he found  thnt Its teeth hod actually torn the  cloth; so close had It been to getting a  grin of his leg I  ��������� when the shark la brought to shore,  hit valuable parts ��������� tho fins nnd tall,  which the Chinese value for soup; tho  liver, which makes good cod-liver oil,  and thn Jaws, with their tour rows of  beautiful, gleaming, milk-white ivory  teeth, whlrh, when mounted, moke very  attractive charms nnd scnrfplns���������nre rut  nwny and sold for about W, while the  carcass Is towed out to sea Ar, refuse.  HAVE a coin trick for you to experiment with today, boys and girls.  Vake a small, conical-shaped glass,  like the one shown in .this picture;  place  a small coin  in it;  then  take  a  larg-er-^iWhat-will-just-about��������� lit-into���������  rhe.top of the s<lass, or, at any rate, not   i  go down far in'.r. the glass.  Now blow with ill your might on one   ���������  edge of the large coin.   This will cause  the  coin  to  turn  on   itself as a pivot,  and the force of air passing on down  GETTING EVEN  WHEN Harry Ralston was still  young enough to wear kilts, he  was presented with a cane, of  which he was tremendously proud. Soon  after he received iit his mother took  him down to call on his uncle.  As it was Uncle John's birthday, he  offered his sister some cake and wine to  drink his health.  In the meantime, Harry and his little  cousin Walter were having trouble.  Walter wanted Harry's precious cane,  which the owner sternly refused to lend.  Seeing the difficulty, Mrs. Ralston  said, "Harry, let Walter have your  cane." A y  Harry paid no attention.; '  "Harry," said his mother, "be a good  boy and lend Walter your cane for a  while.   Don't be selfish!"  Still no attention. .  "Harry!, do as I-tell you,> at once!  Give Walter your cane this minute!"  Immediately the little fellow struck a  menacing attitude, and, pointing his finger . reproachfully at his mother, said  severely:  "I'm goin' to tell the pleeceman you're  drlnkin' wine!"  PEARL'S PRAYER  SMALL PEARL,who was visiting her  aunt, knelt down one evening to  say her prayers. After lengthy  petitions, in whicji father and mother,  brother and sister and all her relatives  near and far were remembered, Pearl  ended thus:  "And now, dear God, don't let me do  anything I ought not to do,, and, for  God's sake, don't make me do anything  I don't want to do."      r  ^^^^AWA^^WWW^AW^-^^M^^^^-W^ftWW^^^W-^^^^^^^  Tricks And  Games.  w.ll catch up the smaller coin, and oven  send lt ;<ying out of the glass,  Another trick which seems mysterious,  Indeed, Is the following:  Kr:ng In from tho kitchen two glasses  filled, one, with puro water, the other  with well-salted wnter.  Hand a couple of lumps of sugar to a  friend nnd toll him to drop ono into  ench glass. Tho one in tho pure water  will quickly dissolve, but the other lump  will remain undissolved.  Of course, your friend will wonder  why this happens sn, And It will probably continue to mystify him until you  sff> (lt to oyplnln that there was united  wuur in that gins**,    ,*  Yhu salt, you h"o, mnkod tho wator  heavier and leso iluld, so that it Is not  no apt to penetrate the pores of tho  lump of sugar.  I suppose you huvo often noticed thnt  when you thrust it long stick Into n pool  of wntor It gives tho tippeiirunco of be.  Ing bent at tho point whoro >t otitom  tho wntor.  Of course you understand that It  Ih uot really bent ni all, Uul what  causes tlio optical Illusion? Why, this:  What tliey call a "clwnsro of medium";  that Is to uuy, water bulngr muoh more  compact than air, tho image yuur oyi<  receives of tho Immersed part of thii  stick represents It at a higher an������l������i  than tha part of the stick thut ta out  of tho water is represented by i('  imago In your eyo, The difference ol  mediums���������air and water, respectively  -accounts for the difference of image* reoelved by -the eye.  .suppose you try an experiment, Tako  a bowl and placo a piece of money  In the bottom, Ask your friends to  Rtnwl off limt fnr nnouirh sn that thev  can no longer seo the coin, but mi  tui liter.  Then take a pltohorful of water and  pour It Into tho bowl���������vory gently, so  na not to disturb the coin. Ask your  friends to watch tho inside of tho  bowl closely and toll you the ln������tant  they observe unythlntf onrlous.  At  .*  -   i".--.'**.   In.'.'t'uit   tl.'-T  vtil   r   out: "Why, thero Is tho coin! I see  It more ond moro plainly,"  8o they do seo tho Imago of tho coin,  hut not the coin Itnelf, which Willi  rests on the bottom of tho bowl. You  wee, owloh to the change of medium  ���������being water now Instead of air ���������  tho Image of Iho coin received by tho  v.triouw pjrlrH of cyq n'proufnt't It  ns hitflier "von ilrni It reullv \n, .Suit  as thnt part of th* stick which whs  Hii'.* i ������������������ > *i ',lt tile li.i.il uf   -v.iU i  ,.;,|,i ... ,  to extend ut an angle IiIhIx r limn t'lui  of the wntor, thus mi*kln������ the uticu  i.,it, ......  HERE is an extremely amusing  trick:  Place two persons on their  * knee's, opposite to one another;  each is to kneel on ono knee, with the  other leg In the air.  Give one of them a lighted candle, requesting him to light thht of the* other  person. This is exceedingly difficult to  do, both being poised delicately dn ono  knee and liable to tumble on tho slightest movement.  Get a good-sised cork or bung.  Upon it place a small lighted candle.  Then uet it'afloat'In n pall of water.  Next, lower an Inverted drinking glass  down over the light and,push ;i carefully down Into the wator.  You will see,  ���������1. Coronation  5. Determination  C. AsBUfcsinntion  7. Imagination-.  the cnndlo burn under water.  . *  Can you toll what oauses this phenomenon? " ...  If you tako a large pickle bottle, cut  off the bottom and use it In place of tho  drinking  glnsB,   tho  oandlo  will   burn..  much longer under wator,  Can you toll why?  Have you ever tested what they call  the permutation tabic?  Take ten blank cards, and on _ thom,  wiiii.- tiie iifcuim i, *, ;,, i, r., c, ",, o, 3  end 0, respectively, flbuflle In thn following manner; Blip oil i nnd l; above  them put 3 and 4; under thcuo four  cards place B, fl and 7; then, at the top  of the pack put 8 and 9, and the 0 card  at tho bottom. .  BhufTle as often ns you please In the  nnrrte rnnnnor At enr-n n^w nhuflle vou  will have a different order, but after  the seventh shuttle you will find thom  *>nck In the original ordor again Try  it nnd see If tho cards do not como In  the following order*:  _ Plrst shuffle-a, 0, 3, 4, \, 8, ft, fl, 7, 0  (bottom), *  Second shuffle-fl. 7, 3, 4, 8, 9, 1, 3, 5, 0.  Third ehUflle-S, 5,   !,  I, ������, 7, I. J, 1   0  f'lfth Bhtime-7, ������, 3, i, (������, 1, 4, d, 6, P.  Histh shu.lti--ft, tl, A, 4, .", t>, 0, 1, ii, 0,  * &yomh. Jhu,toe-1, ������ '. h *, t, I t, 0,  * (the original order).  The game of Nations described by Mrs  Llnscott in her book on entertaining ia  Jolly  Provide each  gnest   with   a list   ol'  questions, with spaces left for the answers;    Tho answers consist of words  ending In  "N-A-T-l-O-N."     Here   are  tho questions nnd tho answers:  1. A popular flower  j. Carnation '  2. UnrullnesB 2. insubordination  3. A gift for char-  3. Donation  ity  4. Installation ^of a  king  5. Rosolu tion or  "grit;'  C. Murder    of    nn  ���������jy eminent person  7, Fancy or mon tal  representation v  8, Making anything 8, Explanation*  cle������r -.,.".".. '���������'  9, operation to pre-  9, Vaccination-  vent smallpox        ^ I*    ,  10, Giving up an of-10. RtsJgnRtlon  fice  11, Joining  or   put-11. Combination  ting together        ,��������� ..    ,    .,  12, Naming of cun- VI. Nomination  dldiUes  Prise* (leoornted with national colors-  would bo sitlliible,  Here Is nn excellent game to piny on ���������  Sunday.   Supposu  your family  ull  on-  gngo iu It.   a will no J urn. as attractive  to futhor and mother as to tho littlo  folks.  ���������O Prepare) a sheet of pn\M for each  player, with tho following rhymed alphabet :  A stonds for A-, noble and fair,  ,   n Is for H���������, iWhoso mt* luul a scare,  C is for C-, who his brother did slay,  r������ Is for D���������, prayerful three times a  Wis for W-, who by ravens was fed,  F* Is for K���������, who trembled with dread.  O Is tor n~, wim lu.d a fnmol biind,  H ts for II-, both tricky and bland.  11s for I-, last of his race,  J in for J���������i who paintt-,1 her face,  K l<0 tor K���������, a daughter of Job,  L is for lt~, who wore tho priest's'  robe,  M Is for M���������, who hnd aevan devils.  N Is for N���������, who escaped many evlln.  O Is for O���������, who did run away,  P Ib "  for tho V���������, who taught us t������  who enme from thn  pray.  O to fnr the 0-  II Is !(���������, Tl   , whom Heteph *t������ f(.nrt,"  B Is for fl���������, killed by a stone  T Is for T-, of whom Utile Is known,  U Is for V-, killed In th������ flght.  V for the V-, without nny light.  W Is for W���������, whose oruso never foiled.  X  was  the letter ������t  wliich  wo sir  iaiivU,  Y was the Y��������� man who build tho Jlar.  Z wns Z���������, whi> tried to climb higher.  Bee If Jho players enn nil tho blank*  with lllli.e names that win ill the letter  nnd also tho moaning. In several cases  there is a choice of several name*, but.  in most cases only one namo will apply.  The answers usually given are .������trfoi  lows: Abigail, Hainan), Cnln. D.usle!,  Elijah, Felix, Gideon, Hnnnn, Ielmbod,  Jeiebel, Knrenhoppock, Levi. Smb.  < mi'Slmus. I������ubllenn. Wmi n. H<- e w,  Htephen, Titus, Uriah, Virgins, Widow,  Young (man), Zaccheus,  tr ������������������ ^  i      \ <f  l������  -&_**-**���������-****���������        ���������**.-  fl'-i?   '������EW%  Crjjviru^EL^WiX si'j!TV;.Mr\   <3>./* i>-u; V.  ������%^>������^X~~*  ,^-^. -   ���������>.'���������������������������;  r���������L,* *JVv>>-���������  ���������*���������> *  ���������r*1  & I   f..ti z& b^I  a* 'i. -t      f*-   W bS     Ms i  /fl'  <L'j^-Ka*<a>crf^*y-M^������s^riJgitB������ifa^  rfys  UMuaanuauAunuEcuxasi  v  j The Hiaipio-- \.:!i be   sent   t-cy   of  >'; j ohargfi iL^vh ih-j mail."  ���������'*-  j     "f-Ari'ii|ua'aoiihi,i-oaId be address-  ��������� -' j "*t tt, tW, I'i outwi i/! EAi������erijii-enfcal )  '��������� ��������� -.\pzs-, Ot,.'.���������������������������������������������:, i.nd may b-j   Beat  $ ! 'J' ' uy time bfefrtrc- tlw   loth   Feb-  V: ,' -iUtt-ry, uitor which tbe Ij'b.s wiil be  it  i  %- I -''���������C,J^, ao that the samp lee   asked  .ox may bt sent out in good time  for sowing. Applicants should  mention tlie variety they prefer,  v/iUi*a second sort aB an alternative. Application*, will be li l J ed iu  ii'-) order in which the) ait- receiv-  ?'"T, so lono aa the supply of r,eud  la-ats, Farmers are advised to apply early to avoid possible disappointment. Thuno applying for  Indian com ov potatoes will please  bear in mind that Ihe corn k not  n? a ally distributed until March,  Hid that potatoea cannot be noailtid  from here until danger from frost  in tra mi' i.s over, 3Nn postage ie  required on mail matter pddrested  to tin- Contnil Experimental Farm  Ottawa.  WM, SAUNDERS  Director Experimental Farm.  /AMPB������U.^  t  stress should be  laid on the ftot  ihat the narrower crosping ie   we-  **. i  <������, fa/a bio,- and let;-> on the Btue iulm  |~ ! Es'*n.c    Bat iti project,  qasrwss������w.A*������Tscp*������i*aMa5.jdiaa*.iu33 ^^^.-s *-.-" s..���������. ���������.i.-.-'.'-'-.t-i ���������������> j  .~...-*T^*w.*m r*^!tmat-*zxawi*l2ti*&i2t.*r.v;. JJEA st*.*.,,-.   ,frv , ***-'"-���������"-" ��������� .Cr-������������������~~������������������.������.w  Oroaai,  Oarrcui  aaa  y     Ji ' i ;, *>~Vj    ,���������>  OotuS>g9 Losivce.      ;  A qiitt^iiiv ul' Gaulon and Farm  IropUroon'0. lio,-.--.,-.. hold Fvrnitnre,  Ohicki'iia, Cow, and Sundry oilier  illicit.".���������-/bpN.,  ,.    ...  lVi'LLE'IT. (Yrfcx.  I ( Hl-OHoC U.OJA. y     (  *MN?*tt. :���������>,;  LK-trAA-  . ���������i ajj. i. ja ^  8 for 25c .  >'   !      }>" (i-"- 1,'oe"!"^ ';i -h-i J>or  Mini-  ^~f"������t^^f"^l"nca1tTJ"ro^"^i.iffiTlb������"uon  ^  j i& bi;"n3 r^ade tbi? .-ease': i.i   :\:n  ;'C  ' ������,.'i������-i oi t'tit^otio: tion.4. oi ^rain   ;wid  s?>  i-     !  O A W li 'ij V  ��������� ji^tci.V'o'- <o Oar-uuian   UtunerB   for  ,   -ij pr'.vovtieiit    c.������   ������eed    Tht  <5"  5.?  ,       y, I !���������'.<��������� ., A ')}  f/  tffru   '������..>-*��������������������� ft  -t  a������su>iisauHest9B!Sia^^  f 'i  1        THE ROYAL BANK Of CANADA.  atfUKJwmfctt  ���������ows��������� AmZtxMt* wr-K rt r������j������ia-ji������tfrsi-^*iaaig������i<iK^jiBWW3C������  ,Capfe/ end Reserve, $8,000*000. Totsl Assets,! $45,000,000  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  I  $1.00 will open an account,   Intoreat allowed end no delay io  withdrawals,  I 10 to 8  OFFICE HOURS } Saturdays, 10 to 12  { P>.y Nights, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  A.B. NETHERBY, Manager.  ���������st 1  n- M5'.'i������s'ni/.v4i .���������(���������.imff--^^m^V'i1^'-r^^-ii stssm'^%jsm^^^  ���������m   ^_ a  ft  ii  if*,  i'r  l   "���������   ������ SAit,  1!     f "v  (ri  '      I)  t*    i  If,  It  'ii . a '-  ' ������     l'-. .  ,'  ,^_,    \^  / :*  *��������� j  T.Y  t-OCfc-iK.V.l^iT.TW'P  ���������". .*-K  A.fcT������a  t^r * iJ-*v* - %m.-  ���������w������~w*������  ���������'';  t.j,.rr.ij*Jn  -i-^  -  ���������V^M.-*.* .  '.i-j t. *.n -  <- -i*u*^ **t,ti  \t  ...  a;j?*$  ������, ������������������ r ������ ?���������  " fi  -w6    ^-.N-J.-^:-'. ������*,-*.*���������*A-v^il;' W>V%^A*vWSX^-W^1ir/u6iw  V  , /ka--, /  jLa'&ii: $ UJ 1 "^  ?  fA.-iix  *t$  Ua'.i' f^ ther TioticR ve quote   beef  ��������� '-[i'.fjjbn;,;3y i* of tbo \\-r- '  'Y ^'^ qn*rtc-r -A- tolfows  I   i.Al l:  t,iv>i'r*\i'.t.f'r  '!:>,  The Tvii^'.'i: \'''i. '", :.i .';:���������'��������� ;  antly p^h: '.; ������-1!  ' i' "J.--.   ': . |  way scheme-. :-.��������� ' '.'Jr* ;- '.o j  joring a rond'tu i'Xero ..nein, ,!'\.j! j  north ui the Mouth ol   'tuie  h: '."., ;  and  frotu riu-iro b, n :'ijr lo   '/.si- ;  COUVer't* IshU'd.      Tf'r8   ii u 'i;'i<:i- ;  bctro- phtn ^"'v- the" ��������� .���������-! I  '.'/.������������������  th-) vii-!"'*,,'   '.v 'i.-'v, ir'-1', i'i iii  M;������-- i ,���������������,  i  mouth U i'u-.e.;.. ibvt .��������� "*...���������,��������� 'Motion couicl l)>i npftoo'i ''pr.'. ' ." >,',i'*  in a Bhur*-v'f: tiiuti. i;.ili/', Lva,',  why not, inntead of paralU'll^g u  range of mountains to Eutero Basin,  tako the eauier way to Blenkinsnp  Bay, or Port Novilhj, and from there  have a ii xniio wrr.v aor una -johii-  Btono'a strain to Vai\couver''elpland  instead of a 10 t������1Jo ferry from thu  former point? Tbe point of departure on tbe plateau ol thtuChil  coterl would be praolically idonti-  oal. The road would be longer,  this giving moro noopo fm gmdos  through the Btountains, und the  ro\He would truverHO an iaimffuso  uttotoh of the linedifc timber" lefUn  B.O, It (joems incredible that a  thought would be waeted on a  route raore diiHmdt to build, ijecos-  Bitaiing a much longer ferry,  thfO-'nb ryirtrt* dttn������������������rou������ water*",  whti-U nothing cotild ^ <*ni\x������t\j nnd  many advantages loet, by go do ag.  Th*-*difference in iioribing by u,u  alternate'rontefanolittle ftH to ho uf j i-.vAly Wl-h:* Pr]%  noconsetivonct), amn-iv-.,.,, v..������-������i,*.v^ . ������..,.,m.   *,".:.b:  youtea (^ti������r',i*i * .'������( ihe vji^c v������������������',���������-,* \ (''-rf.i'rx- ]���������'<>.  in lhe Gbileott:!))  Uma-i^irj,,  i\\u  lidQBOfati at'-iHo ii'i..//ii, ��������� .......j;  differesiee  that <!-*   ������������������>������������������..������������������'���������  '.***.   i',-*  coaet-line at Km ,*t i -hi-:. <u ..;,*  Ballet* ot inos'i. u-*r.i  ihore, while th t. <*t        . ,, ���������  ���������traits i* H rr.������i**  ihorfl      Trtu.   ������������������><������������������  '' ��������� '-...,,  properly  ^''t''''"4"4 fi,i'  '*������**-"*"^  explorations ^10,1:11' a-. **,,;������������������"..- ,,irifv  the ruule ia u-k;.i ���������: .;*.    1.  oil': o..-ii *n.'Cli'..a iua:i"'I}  .-..uwio/tt t-it>;">������, y*fi.���������;Uvir  '1 ">:; omnsnlai / ">.h   ,;!  ',[,,*" If'   '"'b  -.4, ,',.vl<    ,llil{   J.tp-.iJ ���������)?!,  /'��������� -..    'vf4- "-   .p)<.'M -o'/url of ch'i t.  ' ;./��������� , Vib^'i, !>:���������.K-3\ Ttnlmn   cor 1  I''!;!' U!) 'ii 'A'.1' Oi't) ]    rtt'.J    pOtai<-in;.  Tin* rpumtitv os oaty i-onl i* 4 Hv ,  ���������Ay:  l>ott*  lOvC  '.' , ������.!T',v   ".1      -    -  v*) wt)A..'r;.u   -    -  ��������� ir,   tr,,;r* ������:r>     .-s.     CAP,',?  1 j   .1 - n?  Ol'MP.KRT,A,\'l>,  ������������������ nrtii*-, ������4KTwur r.t^n *_,_ u.*v)\.  g      V-'t- tut'**- ���������-i.j.At-'.i; t :'���������'>, eye- tb-i bu'.I.i^G lOtojorly  UiiiAa^e'  |i      by .\'.t.6l.v- 0. J M >o:'- -:��������� -lo, which vvr) will run in oonijftc^o;  ���������fl     with our I.Mjtcber bu8jirlf/-'9,      Wi  i.re  bua>   y f";h)5 up1 new  ,-il- Bt ooi-"--.-1^���������wil bftl ,Lar-4-^--i'. '^'t'.i^^iVjd^niijji/i4>^iLauje_^jSl^tLela^   ^ - - -  :'-r*:H  ,������j  <���������  v^  Jn������t rt.n.ir,i-aa it c  fti'lb-n ������.n<t (vc','1.  fiauoiit, v)I WY/Siv-i; . /itso    sJioc-o    for  "**    if-'  <a^ei  <t 1-1  t t>   ;i V(,.  V. A  '.'���������U','. iv. I'.a i,,1./ b :r���������.     in.,'  ht   -rt'h oar.i   t,o   bow   * -1,  >  v  v., 1 '.<���������-*  aniv.,  I      M  > 11" 1  i i-ji.. j*. ir,'������n'.i,y '������������������-'  .^,'.'!'. of '!���������' >��������� !ov/ivur ���������"', t\rri.i'j l,:ij  !';.������i i :.' , V .'< 1 tb'utii ���������tvit)UV.tAi -  0 ri'ci-"U UiiiH), Widi* fiW.iko,  V/hi'e Giant Danish Island, Tbou-  paud Do'b^', Improved Ligowu  (white .varieties) nnd Qoldiinnr  (yellow), Bin'clc oat-H are not, re-*  Ciur.u.'.-i'ide'l 'o,'- ;���������:; ,;;ru*''���������iiliiv.i:: .n  and ar<3 only iiedt ont whon racial  ly I'A.-iiO'd lor,  WHIUT-Rwl Fife find White  Fik (beardIo&h varhnie*), Prwton,  Priiiglo'BObamplain nnd Huron  (early bearded sort*), I'ero and  Btnnloy (f-iirly btmrdlefifl varietieo),  BARLEY -Sixrowed���������Menoury  Odousa, !*la,.i;irteld and Uhiude, two  rowed���������'Stand well, In vinoibln, Canadian Thorpo and Bidbfcy  INDIAN CORN (for finBila������e)-~  Early sorts, Angel of Midntyht,  Oompton'fi early and Longfellow,  later varieties BalcclPd Learning,  Marly MafltoUoti aud White Cap  Yellow Dflnt.  VCTAVa^a - Fir'y     vnvAutH.  i'.l  i>A'fl     !b-i:iM>:-i'i.-I  gf/'.-Eiriont District.  IS   T-TKKIiY   ClVliN   in  . <      '��������� ",l 'lli'ife  V. Jill    thii   '-iU*i 111 U:->,   d'f't  l'-'i.,'i -., :-u!\������;!iiii,: Tj..-: .iiui ,-iil <-.;&���������<!.'���������.'���������',.  t'.oi ..1 1. :< ,v.c Taj:, pssr-'incd Jiiifl  Utv.j \. ii���������d*t tlii; Av-ia-^meiU Act, nre  now div-*. and payable for the year 1907.  All tuxes collectible for the Comox  A'-tsi-i'i^v.cat District are due find 'pay-  ttblc at "iiy I'lUlce, Hituate at Cnmbei'Ituul.  Tlv-; - .'-er*, in term* nf L.tw, is cfjuivn.  lent to a pi;rs";r,;d demand by me upon  all ijeriums liable for i/txey,  JOHN UAIRD,  Dt'liaty Acx-Ufi'tir n.,d VoWwlor,  C^nio-xA'SMsssmeni District,  Cumberlund lJo"i������Offl<"c  OomUtlami 11 Oi, Jua. li, 1007.  2t-j2S  n**ma  'urban.   Tb  ....i,  -  i'i'.. -iJ Abiii I**. '<.  '*.'������������������'".it;*er   vy<t  bi' if    \>,:'A{;\  .<���������������������������)'', I.f''' IV-;  NOTICHJ.  TWN1>TI!H.S *m OROWN LANDS  -mm-mm***,  MAIM) TBND&na   .niurrvil   '���������T-wJcja  i<'il' LrMtl,'' WXa, I'M ������i,<*oiv*i,*������i liy t'luur.cLj-  ] Jii((.i������>.' .ii, : * ���������:!*(, ,)'<Jvol( 'a tl������fi ur-iin^iu*.^ ol  1 vAi <y u. ��������� jjcjj ������-���������,. ���������i |,r,i,ruiM>,  mm,, i-v������  mii. iu!(i,*.< ,���������;4 r-|,.*ni\L-i<nl, n'iii'..u*il Jn tho  ..''    'i'.l: .'  *  . :-.v .'.- ..    In-i'ilAii'.;  ���������vOSnO.:   l-iv  ������*y,U-*s'\>  v.*,.   \.  ,- ...j. Ip  ���������' ��������� \*.  T'  V  ���������(.-.  .. f\    ', I   ��������� --  \j.  it.   dct.  'A*   4' "' ^  tm* . . ,i .u   .*,  h' ; t -i-'^^ L''ini3hed 't ]  .^   ^ ,.k ��������� /.i ,*i  '"    ?  \li.V ..AiU A'IKi1 v il mJ   'j3   i   7/  ��������������� Am; ������>: ���������,}y;:.'-,;j. v^r1; *.:.:, f j  *  ���������j     ,- ��������� Xt   '    ���������'  V/K.* W yovJ tiVffl   A  r^'-i'.M^  l'i       l'V������fl''ii/������'-'lll,10������';')'.V   tVtV'P'^''*.       '^  ' ei ai si  Genere! Kartere  i  0*N^V*M^il^W^,|(������ Awj������,,'#''*'',W'V^ii^  ������>.A*   ,***.***. *'**~'i'������m---'mm'm m^^  '        FOR BOY������  The Laurel-s.        Belcher Street  Victoria B. t;  I'titrou anil  Visitor,  TUK LORD  BISHOP OB'  COLUMBIA.  ���������      l>' ^'*iW, I'KovitilH  m?. 3KCT MUSIC  h   d  <0t  x' *.THEMOs;i;kM;0HABLE������������������������������������ "  ^     KitOTfT AT VOtril OWN flUUSlia, Mt  T   a HoiiKitati', Cost,    WnWEVon  j    X      CA'SAinaVR Oil CAM,   AV  llttuo Mentor  J.W, I*AINH, hm i  M, A.,   OXFOED,  A������slntii(l by tliroe GruilufttoH of tbo Ikoog-  ntoml TTnivorhitI-08 of fl runt* Hritain nml (hn.  Mortorare toririB for bonrderi,  Property oaitslatc of flvo ftiriiH with iiiwii-  ouh H.iliool bvttldiww, cxtiBniitvi! rcotouViii.  arouudtt, nymna������luu������. Ciulut curyu or^uou  itloi'U  AVPLV TO HHAH MARTRH,  **iffrwtimtrrmVB������,mii/M^^ I  p  piTUTTO u;,?!;���������?{���������.:��������������������������� ji\j  tixtuttii' fi  0 Mesa������a88ssat������^^>.aiiBVwa  er  'VXOTOnXA, WAWAIMO .    jj   ''.  ,   va'^cot;v,i3b. 5   ^  Sole AfyeMts'I'W'' JfX.C.   j������    *  , ^0mm**m*������^..���������*��������������������������������������������������� . ww���������niim i n^mi ������p������ i ������ ���������������������������i^���������n������ i��������������� ���������mt*t*mwm**^  In   jyiomgrl-anii  * ti  Itlcljvi-unu��������� Iu IwvioiiUiomtjly  *. i        ,      ,     '   *       *-  ���������wb<>   ujiii  <.,.;   Jauibt'irliutd,  ,'.��������� * ���������     n''\V  '^.^���������F-'i'i wa* .��������� t-xnah ,vk:j?y*,,>���������"''���������������%ii'1- i   t   -'Ojr< i.-;���������*.;. ,-,  t  t  ��������� t"  rn, t.  I'      t.K'-M-    I-,   uir  ;i><^<.������,f,OU.  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