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VOL, 2
TR-JUT LAKE C1TV, B.C.. July 17, Iqo6
■ *-" ■ .   a   .   . .     .-.in i iiii.
No. ft8.
, -4 —•-*■*■-*• -*-*-
Miner8 and Loggers
A H<>"t ton' *,*i,u I i'r* .*•>
Willi
Cj Wi
chance
guarantee   e-w    p*-ir.
I' Marie in French Kip
s'or*; tliro'.j'llout.   •_ Ai-
\-.-*v    kt. ,-•    '(.It    an J
pliable.      I|
pert illy (oi u.
fit ( ...
VLvIe •**,-
Lij  L
i
min..   west,   tb. nee   ho   chainu**
north, Ihnnee hti uhaim east   lo
I"1 1   ' "lllllll'll.cllielil.
Located Mnv 28th. Iti ti
o. VV, AbwIiaiiiHiui, locator,
per .1. tl  IlinJv. it Rent,
pi 2.   C mincing nt ii |.ii.i.
III.Inl     III..,ul      IWO    llilleh    fioill
r.uit   Luke   i.iul   about   ..in* hnii
It* .i and fifty yar.li  n.irtli of  the
•eatoii r.....i. marked  u  VV. Abru-
...u..,,ii'. .... ii,-wi -t  comer imi-,1,
  mi .....; nine, iii... .* imrtli
l-ll ill.ill,.    Il.cl,, ••     Wl -1    it) Ci.llll-
illl lift*     .,illlll     -ll,    (lllll ||.,      i..,..,
».*-l   21)  i*l,.imn.   llienc*   <oll li  KI)
.'If.ill""  (II   .1)1.1.  (|f trie,in,c*|,c i.
,...._      '  .   |7,ii
II     VV,   .11.1.ill tltiSu.i, I        ,      I
Ku H    t
No.  1«.     ('(.liiujcuiiing   ill II   ptiHt
..Iniiii-ii about '-'$  iiiilei fr..... For
....... ..ii il..- weat hiitt: of t ij north
f'<rk of l.riulciii orees, uml aboul
10 cliniti-   Well    ill   n   jHlAt planted
neur the wesl   bunk ..f the mid
..•e- in,,I in,itk.il w\V Abraham
ion's in.tm!  post,  marked 0. VV,
. bruhunMuui's soiitli   w< si corner
-i       I Hence    in.rib    Mil   chain*
.1 >*' le      1*1...t      SO      ClllllllH.      tin I.e.*
-    Ull,       80       .•lllllnr-,       ll BI.CC      Wl -
1        ■. in-      i    li.    i i.inl    nl   Coui*
ii 'iiieui
i ,        h.l    .III     '..!' ll. I '• ..ti
11  W   \ I, ibaoisi.il, im .ilm .
Nolk'l ih   he.eh,    given   thai   >*i»t>
.nni-  (ruin llie tint  .nil. iii 'uii. ui  here.
if in lhe hritir.1*, ('uliiini.iu (isaeltl. I
int.*.ul in a|.|.lv in 11,.* II..11, Chiel Com
llilisiillier ol linuU mnl World, fur I.
-I inl  licei.e in cut and carry sum
I in ber Inm.   the   (nllmriua   dticribuil
ihii.Ik i-iiiiiiie.l in wesl Kut .. nnv r
Nu   1.   t ..tiint*-..,-ii... a< a ifinpliinleil
hi ihe »iii side.itilaley creek emptying ini.. ii.e l,null, river, sliuul um
u.lli'i from   it" n."i.rii   marked C- I..
( 'u|i|i'- .1,1' l.ein-l cut n* * i |, .Hi,' tie-in'" KU
,'l.u.in-  m.i,   Ihenee in.ril.   N-1   cilSIIIS.
Mien.e  is»l K. I'lliiii.   Iliei nn th  Wi
chillis, I" lhe | "inr ni ' "i.in,en.xiin.nl.
Luiuutl Juue IHh. I'UI .
i*   i. i.e."  Iocs!lit
Nn. It,    I *.in'i..11,11.1.. :.. H   *".-.  |.liili'etl
m I he esat shin "I  lli.i ■>  Creak, shout
Nu  | '     L'l.iifntenciug  nt .1 posl I    •   ti inmub, msrkadc 1..
1   ■■   i.i-t    Mile nf   i'-t-   coses'1 ■*•   r**,r, .*.     ust,'1   IhullCe
• I el situ
* ' ''"'   .. ....•■ .-ii-. *.i el*..*.., 10 chains Uu tin-
.  .1 1, *,-,|     nil      ,
, ,. iii.t ,11 elisii .   1   ,.i,i*i
*     .1,-11 I fl .nu 1 lh
'. ud   e    III    n    ;.   .-       I r* .11   1   ,..   .    nut. i-t tl    0. VV    Ann.      |„
lll.nIe.|  ni,,1,1  iil.e ,tii,|   11   I,., if 1 - ,|, -    II.    ill     Hell   CrilCI   |HHal 1  *. .i.i.l June .nl     !   "'■
I'm.. 1 mn   ..I   I'ri.ut   1 ... 01 I. *..i..i.. 11.. -...-•■ .-ii rn " '   '   coee, loaalo/,
lhe     North    M.I.     nf     Ab     m.n - .11    VI,;,.,,,..**    »...,    slid,   ,,-.       N'    :;*    «' '"'"■-' ai ..      II      I
.    ..     ..       ., .ui II.e em I si.I.* ni Ilei. v rick, n.ailieil
ereek    in,.I   marked   (I    \\    Ainu        nice 11,11  h 80 e.i-,.i... lo point   ol  ,    •..,,„...„    .,..,,1,,, .   ,«.*., *'
lis.i.e....'1   ....ui    in   .*  rn 1   p-i   JconM.n enl - .■     1   clisini     . th.
I.X.L.
E:
By Exp
1 i $w^^jm*MM$'^£^^<W'A ' O '   L     1\ /I' 1       T
xaminecljj  Local end General.   IjK-cn Minerals In
01 I.
D
uncan
Valley
W'
HKn_bS
liners
$7.00
Loggen $7.50
ItieiHI.        SOIllll     hi.    I'l.MlllS,   .hen   .-
• ■•-    hi  cici ins,    •••  no 1 li ,'vi
'li 1II1-      I    e.ce    i*i-l     8 I    plm ,.,_   ,,,
lite   I 1.Hi!   n| . "In     ene   II        t.
■ii Mm  .'.  .   ItithJ
(J. \\. Abr 'In..im,.0. iu'At.ir
*•*..   «i.     I'.i|iil.i"l.cln*i   nT    1.   poet
|.|nui»-*i ni.niit ;;t) ciiiin- from lit
L«".'-:   ii   .In'    I i' 1.  In- .
I   .   \i       tin 11 lUilllHOIl
No. J)     I'm   u • 1 * -iiu'  nt
■ •   .;*i ■ mn- . .i-t   nf
•/ii-eii i,,..,.,|i 1.. nl 1.   ..tit '.nil  ynrdu
mirili ut 1 mile I...ir.1. 1   tnl,_ Ir.iin
!■ ,-r*_u-i, 1,   inm ke.i   11     \V,   Aliin-
\ 1.1 .....1.1'e north
nl    n ,"..i
  I*, r*
■ .nn*    ■ *i-t,
|_Cg"(,      1       .     1 .   sins back tu tbe poiiii uf
11 t-i ,.-.-11 .•-1..
L.ii-a.i.l .III  ,"* U,  1
.   1   1 on-, l.icn'iir
.Nn. 4.    rniii.i.eiiei' | nl .1 |mal iittllletl
I , u   ,■ .--:   - .:.*   .it    1 I.i  ■      1 lee. , .tiititU
>•'.. miles  Iruin  its   mnnlli   li.urke,! c 1.
i ,„ c a nurlli-easl  . •■uvi \ ■.-'.    11 ance
1.1.1   cufoer poet, j ,hci., -.- 80 chains resi, Ihenee80 ehalus
llien. ".'   e*,-t   Ml   ehui.ie.
iw-etfi  slum*  ..f   I ..i,i<   Luke   uinl 11 ice   mitilh   h.)   chains,   then  Hi,  Iheme .-.-i M chains, Ibence
ah.,ul  8   miles  (1    11- 1.  ... ..*,   '..ent  su 1-linins.  ihence   north 801 _u.(!*_«|''» b»ek toihapelnt of dowineu
rT'ornvu *Mi!i-.tppp b1 rv«io.« -<»**-.i,.,..—,, —v, ■-'..,i,,., then.* ..t ho 'h*.i.Bio(c~^jUIll.„i 1!M*,.
,.   Iljll  I'll I 1*1' UllUli lllllilij  k;   n.-l r If.l,   tin *..'.•    in.ri!, Ml   Hi" |.....il -.1  ..--. ..''..• ,.i. cLiuri'.
U   ***UI\t.V*. S«,<o. l*tH* '•'   chaiiie,   tlience
I   _ __ a, f.   ,,     U' H.'-llce    NOUtil
Bil15. ■ Ml, B.C,I-lslss
in-"m*    easl    h'i   chaii
r--l»    .*n line,   tii.-n. .
■    I.j   luc   pOtllt  ul
Located Mav 18U., IH 0
11. \\    An..m.i ns'.n,
u.'utor.
Loos led  M..> 2filll   I'M...
I I    VV    Ahr.lil.illm.u.    Iiiiii It.I
,\.ijwh'-atJ.   I rout Like & i\iuus;>      Nu 6.   Uiuiuiencina  al   a   poi
Kural School District. I 1'bm e,l   ....   in.*   liorb   alio.'*  "t
|l roUt     I like.    .-.ImjiH     Se'en     Ill |l'-»
I     1,|HI'1.-I    A"**"   "KM' .'• T   I l-H'Kll-l.
I ,,i,,. \..'...... Uml I   at'iil hold i
it .  -i   nf    I!* ■. i«.".i    ...xi     Ap|"* 'I
,   ■   ..   ii ••„■ Ho   S.-iu...!    \i t.
,...,''    f.'r     ll,e     A-ril'l l.e.nl       l'*'l!
nil   \ rknsp  kniel   Kcl
\>       .-.      lhe i8th
••     ■
,-.*..•'. ..i lu
ll.   -.    Vn   •
liul.i     lie     lie.id,      llilir. ,ll
A ' rif un.""!' .     1*1 llll "W a
i n.i, ti ,ii,,* north "*• ehnin"
« ,.«)    4,i    Seine,    tl • i i *    .
chain      tl.enci     * •.•'    **■'
.-,*,.
•  -       IU ,-|   l..li„   lu   It."    ("tint
li,       ■ II    III
..,        . * i   '.''I . hi 8.
11     w
corner
*    •
."I   -Iii
ct IHI...
'l.l ce
.     ■
locator.
Nu. .i.   Commencing sl ii .
mi tin- essi    *i" .1  Haley creek   ..
. ■ "ii n lies f.on. I.a  n.otttb,   .■ irk 'I  c t.
No  it,     t .,,„.„.•.nine  «' apoat  ,,,;,,*„ ,„„,,,,,„; ,.„„„.,   ,,lh:    .
Janied 80   vnrds ensl i>l   lh» I'er- iu cbaius west. Iheuce Ml chaii
'   neon a-agnn road, about V00 yards  thence B0 chai < eaat.ihence HU chai.o
nnnh   f 1 mi •• hoird. I i liie fr !■-"""• |*ointoiroiuijieneeinent.
. .        ,,* . . LUCiitCil J.I.,- W,    IW6
heritumiu,  markeil  n    \»     Ai.ru-. c t. corr, loeainr
hamenuV south west corner jwat, Notice o hereby -fiven la: niali
then.*.* north ltit) cliii.il., thenceIaayi (mi*, the Br»i pub)i<-r«ti,n
east 40 chain*,   *l   south   160 h*ww>f in the Mri.l-ai I'olombifiiajeiie.
,,, ,11 iiittn.l  ." ui'i'lc  i"   tl.e   Hon. Chiel
s, .He,,.*,, west 40 uuainstoU,,^, „ ..r ., i .,.„tk ,,„.i i«-,„L. r>
ik  nl  tl e ...ui.ei.."-nef' I a special license in  cut and carry ae •
Located Mav I8«h   imn. timlwi   f he i • h-aiin: .1* -
..  VV   VhrahauiBon, locator. •»•£*'• •*,'""*',■*'  « vy«.   Kowenay*.
Nu   I     I id nt   i ; i-t i-la'.l. 1
Nu   17      i '■••..>i>">>ei'._   ,.t   .1    * - ,*   aide  "f    I* *.! "(•*■ '    •*   •
pis Iel i.ie.'ii one mile north ol nbn i V\ ,. ,'*•■-lr..n. it- mimth enijsj
».,.,..   ■_      .,     -...I.,.   ,   about    I.*    in-'in tl* W'uriiei. .i,.;.ke.lcLc..lTK
•     *.   .r • ■   i ,-i I.e.ice  cal'
'"'"'   - , -    north
,   i scat, thence Ml ctiain,
I nt «auinieuceii.eut
Ground to be Thoroughly Prospected.    A Long Tunne! to
Tap Lead at D pth,
II. M. Johnaon, of llawron,
Mmn.,  and  John   Bchneidar,  of
Net Mni, Minn., of the I.X.L.
Mining I'ninpi.iiv. accumptniad hy
C II. I.'..ii. M.i:, of Spokane,
V\ ur-li., have inaiic u thorough ex-
iiiiiiniiiiuii of iln* minerals claimi
"Hiicil by lhe oompany .luring
tills tvci 1: Ae a result the penund
will I"' thoroughly prospected l.v i
syatem of "pen cuts and ibafti,
wnicii w>ll in a lurcu extent deter*
mine ihe dip or .rend of lhe lead.
.. lieu Iiiii it* asc.ri'ti-iiied, u Iniif
ini.el will l.e driven tu t.i,. the
lead at :i good .lep h.
In cuiiversatioii with the Review
ihey all expressed tb-Jin.selves as
being we 1 suti.-ficii with the out*
iijnk.
The IX I. companv isoompoaed
v .i  ...* i  ol  liicb tinun-
ciul stnnding  throughout   Minne-
. t.i.   imi   nre  in  ii   I'uoitioo   io
loruughly develop tbe different
■ "nnn- held I... ihem,
Tbe property  is a arell and favor....ly ... inn  oue, carrying Kok!
vuiuee,  e. shipment of wh ch ran
In ut "ftiO | er '.ui
Robert   Scolt    returned   home
Monday uiiabi frnm Arrrowhead,
nliere lie bio* U c int..ict for the in-, _   , ,    - i    an t       i
.... ,    (juld   Lopper    and   alver  Lxad
sUlluliu.i      ul      tne      l\ ulclWolk-1
'I'*-,., .   I ike    n irl ed
1)   M    Al*.. I* ■..*■■ .     hcu'.r.   .1    \\      Al*rttr.*.ir"***
.1    i oi al  s   ;>"-'   '■ irner p..-'.    	
i-i   ..i-i [*,,
••       .11-   ,,!.',,,,,!   ,,„   ,i„.   .,,.,,„   -,,.,r*'  of , .„,„.„ !..,m'x'Ii*>,h    - ■       '■   '"'!-; ■"•'-'c' 'i'^,-_,i
lli     '•• i,,,n  (..I-  sh ..',   12   wi'"a  '" ■ *..   80 ehains. thei  •*• wesl HO ohaina to      N    .,    ,   , „ ,. ,',,._,'-,',  a.i'-"* lanutl
■ ■• ' * '   i". It, id marked  U W. Abruhei . '    ';',;:' ,.r,.l.|,,
.: \'.   K .... i • .i mm'* . ■i" <■ - ' I
N       . - ,|  ,..,,•■,   < "   U    Abraham..
:i      d ,-.    |   |t)ten I to i
i        < r,,i„.,.,«ai..|i, •• ..I I iii.ii*
soil  vt ..rk- lor    | e-n i.-t-.n t.
.. ", ,• |,.  .,.. in   ii. -, ■ *i.   i I'  <|.
.*
■ I   .
till   l.et< rl
it. n .* * :     ■ " - '
.,    ..i-i    _u   chains,
.. antnii in  Lardo rivei ■
iui.,*,     i'e ce   along    ' iri'"
.'f.'il   20  cliaii * to   poinl .'1
.i ienl   in*.I    • ""..tiiiiiin*.
tli* ut   'II nc-ei" more ut 1   -».
lis ■•; i.it.i May, It* '■
i.i -i   IK   lllll
He i   80 '     -,    ll"*..I''     "|:  'h   *11
, • .,1  .,   in. nc-    . ■       80   ch litis,
 ti  80 chnins in the p*j«iit
ni ,•... ■ '
Local -.1 Ma.\ 20th, 19 8.
i     ,\     thrnl  ,*. — .
•,,| ,.., ).,.-   er.   t   Mill    i   I
Mi ,.  irail   ai .1  «Je>ul      "I . mile
i nn  ii,i aouih i- ore nl Tr< it I     •
marked O \V   VbrahamBon'** i
,*nst corner imi.i,  thenoe  south  *tn
ohaina,   Uu nee   weet   160 ehains,
thenoe   north  40  cbaina, th, m
east   inn chaina,  lo lhe i^iui ol
commencement.
Located May 28H , 1806.
. i. VV   Al.ri.'h .t..-.ui. locator.
New Ttione Directors.
A  n.eetitiK of the Metropolitan
lin.i    111.
-i,v. r  Minini*, Co. waa
\  t .       . iven   thsi
■I  ■' - in--*   ■
i no cal
..     *.   i
■   .*    '.      ■    i    '     i
r   ,,i    Lends  and   Wo I.- I
i .. -  in cut i
•'■     i-    lie*    [.. li.ivil:
described luuda eKvi-t,*^  ;«  VV cm
Ki,.lel..iy
N,, i , »mtoenail)|t »t n p..-
planted about one mil" north ..'
Ihnloii wagon run', mul alsill1 .-'
mil,*1' from Troul I-ak,- marked
ii VV, rVhrahamaon'a e=..*it*• w-.t
,..-t   thei.ee nortii 8.i fcbiiiio
I
Leckie
JBoot
'     •*         .••.riii-r  I'"-'    the..Cell"irill on cun.u-
N" 8    I * mi encing  at  a  i-r-i   ,lieiiw,^„ go chains, thencesou'l
planted alum  SOchai'ia west from
,   |. «|   i.e.rK.*.;   D   VV. Abraln	
MinV . .it'tl. eaal corner po t. and
■ Umi I null*-- from the head of
Tr»ui Lake on   the  i-.'iiil. snore nf
nil cliHin-, ihenee weat SO clu;iiS tu
pii.it nf commencement
Located luue Mh, IBOfl.
... VV. Ahrahamaon, Incaior
No   -.'.   Commencing at   a  i osi
Uke a> it n. urifl o W. »bra i.u in-. ();i||tiiit  .lllnU,  one  M)i|,,  northol
M, '- in nl.. ..-i .-or. '*r po-t. thence   hi.,,,,,,   u:1(r„t,   r,,.i*J.   und   nliont
M.i.ih 8t> ehaitia. thence west Wl     n    s fr„.„ '|*r„U| Lake, marked
.nu,a.  Ihenee  north   B0   chain?, ,,   ^   Ai,rabaiii8on'i aouth   east
•I     We in ike  ,i • ertt Root for
H t .r    l'..*ca -   " Btioi a   »*   a
1        *-•■,*.     the     little    -.li'lJ
hi    ef ;l-n   I,Ml '    * •
. -   .   ,,       .  ,,.      llll,
a    Up
uf    .'  .,      .,
i . lha' am
• .i I •.-  1.1 ..I  ..
■ i ii«* willing  o   |. n ., nre
•   i   ■
t i   !■ i. ern in ul*   1
• lo*.   I   ll i 1      to
.1     All  uliable " ab ra
!, ti, iu,
11 end 80 elm mi.   to the pulnt   (
,f COIillll. .iclllel.t. ,h )|T
lib.in
pur-l,     tlience      north     Mi"
th.■net*    west   SO   chains
south   HO   ohnina,   thenc
Located Mnv ««•»», 1006
,.. Vl     .Un..hui.-on    l'",!l,"r    ,'.'.,., ' Ml    .Mnn.    U)   the   i*uilll   ol
S *   V    Coiiiii   itcintl   ;•   ' "-  ,,„;  ...  *      ,
II   ,1   I.   ll    If •ml"'
.     ,n weal   i de "f   N
ii  ... i 1**1
in,., .'.ii.  r.«>'i
, i   \\     Ar* i   .i.n*. ni,
i    poll
i.,,:   .| I..U.I.- hi ct"'" -ii ■■• in., if"       N    :(    ,*,,,,,„„, ii, ■ i i, _  al
(i   vv,   Aln ihamson'a   in rth ••.-'   |..lt.i (| .,. „ , ,,,,,.  *,nd  *i ■,
■i nortii ot  Heatnn wng. n rnnd
1   '
i      "
il,.    .in   .I   ■ ii ■• ■   ■      ■ nt*
Lu  Vis   ..' i   l'*1"''
0 V\    \     iha
fj ,  |.)    . 'ommeni   ..."
planted ri
Irt.iii If'erguiKiii mi lh
North l-'ik ol Lardeau  crrck un I
1 l,   VV     .Mil   .lll.llir*..,.       -U   *
Ihenee  north 80
M.„|      Ml    Cll'lillH
I
.1
*   ,   ,-   mil   -1
(, I rntil    I   I.    ''
...    ■
tl   -   ■■       *
a -i   M0   cbaina,
vr fro... il i.,.i..c i
.    1.   t III 1 -   I.,nni, III • j '•-'
a esat, tl ....
,,,,ilt,. Ihcln -. 'hence M
.    *  . i i ••   i • Mi*  , '  e.,,l|.,.,el i l.nellt
■ '    *
t   l c".c. locator
St. 	
ii   -1 fer.
. -:
,       I       ,   ,!••   a        IMirl - •     •    •*
  ..  -  SH eli     - • ■• a'.uili  *.
Ihenei
■ ,.i:,li.c..ic.lulit.
,  ,., wl Jane IIU,
,* i.. oner locator.
No. 4   ('nlil.'ielicilie II :t I' ..   I'I ...id
,.n ihe   'ea.  aide ..i Tend. *i* .1 i reek
uboflt 4J - 'ruin it- month, ■• ..i.e,.
,    . ,".,|,'.  ...in.i-neat r   ■ nel
Hi ,|i, ,.*,,.,■■..,. , -   I'lmin,
north,   in. n.   i. -'  ■"* i*l sll      tl ••net
Mi   , ■ i : ..| . ..)",'i-i-i.i t UM.it.
1. rated .inm -u I., fori
t*   I . t'opp, I"'   '
• ii s feu'in-M u ii ti i n -' i...i'''e
..,i tl,   aide nt   I Icrt-i.it ereek
nisi ,1.'.-,. i,     - ii ' lh, n srke.
i,   i.    (',*|.|.'-     - ... -Mie-'     '   *.   ei    , ■ 11
il.ei.-e .tl chriina east, thence HO I
north, ii,c.e Wl rl am*  »«■• *«'.  lh »«
sn chaina m iv»ln' "i i"»n,niencen,ent.
Loaned June »>, U	
>• I. r.u.|.. locator.
Notice ia hereby it ven thai nxtt
Inis innn ll e ' tii.r p. t.'iv-nti--,
hereol in ihe British Colombia tiesolti*.
i     Intel I   i"    apply   I"    the    Hon
.'i ..     C...111U--1,   ••'      '    I iedi   i"
Works   L.r  a   sini ,.i' li,1 Ul •'"   and
,• ,-n nwnt   "   I   •       '.  '
deaeribed lands situs'ed in klosl Kout*
i cm ■
i iimm .*.'..*c •• *: '■ •' "'' I"*
smith t   '; .•   i 1**1..   rive   I
.in , mil * li "in ' let" m,'! I'.
, ,.     ..I  I '0.   I,   I
,    ■ - • i   -
...-.■   ihenee f e t
■ east,  thi
. *
■ r r,.,u
■• il nt Ferguson on July 18 and
vm- largclv intended by luc.il and
de alocktioldcra. The follow-
ingdirect. r» were elected : I>. 1)
I'o'hih, Geo. lux. C. F. Maisev
I'. N. Weaver, N. II. Wincbell. C
lyateni,
A large party of picnlcen weat
down to Lumheropolia on Weduea-
diiv iiioreinii, where tbey spent i.n
enjoyable day.
We extend onr oougratohttloni
to our od townsman, Jack Bcotl,
who has been In bu-ineis at
Si.oknne for some lime, Ou the
lljtii of June last Jack did tbe
wiaeat aet <*i I. s life and joined
tiie i;r.*iit army ol ii. i.edicts by
being ut.itfl in marriage it. Miss
Stn»an Reid (Irani, uf I'ortlaud,
Oregon, Jack's friends are lexiod
iu the Lardeau, and they ..II join
with tha Rkvikw i. wiahing llie
happy cou.le r long nod pros**
peroui life togituer.
Dot* Johnson, of R.wland, pa;d
tiie camp a Hying visit this we •■*:
to look inlo a me mining iu teres tl
he has on Brown creek
Cap. FilZlimui .us returned from
tbe coast on Friday last und resinned ills ,'.iMt.uii ou the Proeier
The "Vancouver  World"   haa
started out to   prove   that  politics
slong  party  lines is an absolute
failure      .Sure thing it is—and always   will  be   from the World's
standpoint—rtl lonir km the C'on-.r-
vativca are in   power.    It   will  be
alrighi, however, when the Liberal
Mt in the Treasury benches, but we
are afrnid  wneu  lhat  ti.ue comes
the World editor  will  bo wesriny
winge in some other snl.ero, where
British CoiUmbia po-hioa will nut
truuble Lim.
A _ood close-fitting nooie aruun.l
as  Plentiful  as Soil  Iu
the neck would be a goo I  care for
the wave ,.f "' em ti nml luaanit) ' |
:,rdvl ..on* going over the great Republic
to tin. south,
Tne Kootenaian  male  its first
iddilion t > Jo!m Morton
u ii U iu  White,  whose  terms uf
■ .thee have not expired, now turn
lirectorate ol Uie company. T',
.••I, was-decided  t >  in*
in* number >>f directors from 7 lo
9.     Messrs,  Forbes and  Mor on
togethei   with  foreman Copp, Iel
for the mine this tn irning.
1 rolinc
J. W. Power return.d Tuesday
from his trip to the Duncan Valley,
says the S.i..d.;n Mining Standard.
Tbis is a section of country we
in-ar very little about, but for mineral wea'th, it is about the richest
in the pruvn e. fluid copper is
the ehief miueial found, hot silver
lead, very high grade, too, it al»o
lo be f .und there. Besides
t ie mineral, the district oontaioa
one of the best fruit-ranching and
agricultural oe..te<a lo be fuuml
anywhere in eoullmaateru Rritiab
wolu.nbia. aeres of laud nre now
b ing taken up, and there are mine
ranches there, that for cultivation
and general improvement wmld
open thccy.sofa prospector, in-
.peclnr or visitor. But its chief
attraction  is its gold-copper ore
The  Red   Elephant   eruup,  in
which iuciil | ai ties are  interested,
eomprisea agruup  oi four claims.
With tiie work so far dune on  the
property, two ncn veins have been
uncovered.   Oue is over fuur feet
wide and the other close to eight
feet.   Average aisays fiom ti.e two
veins gave  copper  returns of 114
in gold and 6 per cent, copper.
We understand a certain  smelling   concern  is   interested    very
much   with  the ores oi lhe  Red
Elephant group, and   will shortly
amid a representative to Inok   over
the    claims;   then theie   will    be
something doing     Aim st adjoia-
ii _    thc   Red    Elephant    is    tha
rich Bannoekburn  crr,nn.   Itcon*
si*ts of about  nine  claltna, «nd ia
owned principally   bv   Kat-loitee.
Capital, noi outr-i.ie either,  is be-
comine interested in th« rich an.l
many p **»ibilitiea of the  Duncan
v-i'lev. and we  have every reason
lll'lu e
HO   ch me, thenco
 nnd a half mil .     .        . , t0 iho p iiu| |j
west   side ol
ii.*
Loomed June Hh, I
■VlANt'l AClUkl.l. BV
J. Leckie Co.
Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Notice Ii hereby given llmi wit'.-
i 'wo ....inihs frm,i the tir*-i pub*
''■I'lun hereof iu   llie  Itriiith < loi
n'.iri (iuse.it.•, I inl.ui.I in apply
" the bon, Chief fouimiaiioner 'ii
and
and    Works     for    special
marki
«eat niiriu-r |"*-t
i Inline,   ' I *   co
(outIt   Wl   chaina,   11 '"
.   .| hi) chains w the point "t com*
Hi" ii.'einent
Located Muy 29th, 1900
(), \t . Al.rulii... win, locator
\*0  11      Cei en.tiii.! nl » l"'Hl
iii,l,'il il.o.ii one and *
ftoin 1 <*l   n*-"1'   ""   )'"
„f   tha   NorUi   P"'**
,r,*.*k in'l  iniirked i)
umson's nuth  en»t  corner pqs
mm norlh 80,'hains, tlinnc" east
80 chaina thence soulh-SOc ns,
IhMiM'wert 80 ohiiiua lu lhe poinl
of oommeneenienl
Lucal.'d Mav Wth, H'OH
tl w. Ahrahamaon, locator.
Nn  tf    Cnmnienein/ ^'J' P'J
()
\\. A iii..on. local. •
Fire Sweeps Anot.heaJ.
The main business t>lot*k at
Arrowhead was destroyed by tire
... Thunwuy, the 12th inst. The
tire originated in   Urid& Young's
-tore, nnd rapidly spread to tin
Oily Hotel on thc i>aat and l>u -
phy'a ei-..r s ore and Ouion Hotel
...i the wesl l-'ion. tiieio it spread
to U.e Newman block a-d two or
three private dwellings al the iear
I i iniiiiii.iti.iy the in*rt.\-iiist.ilieo
Waterworks lyi em had no h.i-
drants placed and no means of
Uiilixing the supply. Before iht
tire had hardly died out, prepare
tons wer" being made for re-build-
iii), «hit li is ii .lif.itive *f ibe push
ind cm ••** ..t the busiiivss nien of
.,*. . •■■...
JuJ^.n-iit tor Rolphe.
i
■■
On Reward.
DIRECTORS      ARRIVE      AND
TENDER*** ARE CALLED
FOR TUNNELING.
If miles
west bank
i   Lardeau
vV,  Abra*
*-*,,,,, „ ■- hereby given that two
months nfter dutc I intend ton
iiiuilici.iioii to 'In' Uon
I ,,,„,„,.....uer. f I.m,d. mid Works
f ,,* ,i special license >. cut and
,;nrv uiiuv timlier from the following described lands situated
al.utit .'. miles from tierrurd on lhe
south side of Trout Lake, W. Kootenay iHiitrict, cuiiiiuciiciiig ul a
,„, t marked Leslie UIll's south
,,-t corner post, iln nee west HI
,.' njns,  ihen.'.'  north   IflO chains,
,1,,,, easl -HI chaius, the icoioul
Hill chain- I" P »«'*- »'  c""1
Notice i- herein  tlven Inai sixi ulavs
dale I itilenil i>. apple I" lhe ''• "
Cl  I. Ild-.ai.il el*   i,t       1 nn * ■
for |
i .ii nvlng il.:-.nili .1 l.u li «    i*i,i ii 'V
K Kll. nnv   Di-tn, ' *   r.ininieii. nm nl in
post \       10,1   at   'l.e   i
iti nu tin  . .""ii side   t   I «    ■ •
,     bout      Ind'   ""I*'   ' •-•"''   '!",..al*.. nl   '....', f.   U.l    'I-'*,    inilllle
Oil river ut i'..|.ti nml „ _w   *_t*d bv the year and waa
,,*• < I marked    " Khotli   Hode**'s  i  : ° r
1 '"'''.',.},,,.,■ ii,,-." '!..•• •••• »..i.l. W«l .,*.-.  diseheried   witlioUl    due   notice.
liience  e.,.'   Uf. ci..i.i.'*.   llieu.e  iinitn    p„u Ulj_ ..us   beard   bcioie  Judge
■.-_l-.lillllfo.il 'tH»'■■'»'.•'-.»*»__. | _     . , ,    |.|.    .........j,,,,,
...   the   iu <i.i   ii>linn   of   tin
     i     ...   1,-eid   Let*,   VV.   N.
lioip.ic .uiil the l uii.niiaii Timber
,.i.., & utile, i.ni. lor mv i..
nni.:,i lie claimed was due
r  uii  .i*.ii' !• .eni-    Tlie
 .*.
....   t
de.
pul... ni cnii.ii.c'.eeiiuiit. containing 200 ' tot in, who  reserved
acre, inn.** *.* lens i    i... j, imn n,„v i„.en hiiti'led dotfii,
Dated Mth June, i""". „ * .        ,  ;,,   .._■■
Hll.iHA Hlili.iE.    'giving    Ro.'pho  jmltinrnt   in   lull
Fred  C   Elliot'  was
Jl.lv S-INI.
giving
-   with cool".
tp eiiinnce   -iith J. (i. Po'-tr-r be-
hin.i the quid tni* weok. It is to heli.ve that it will not be a vei v
a great improvement over the old*~reat while before the district
oraer uf iiiing.. and  the people of en.erg jnto its own.
Kaslo are   to   be congratulated on:  ~m.	
rrHying a good live man to edit the; .    r\f\r\   ET \/\
town's courier, 'lhe politics of | ,IJUU -T €Ql lVlOre
tlie paper ia Conservative—but
thai is superfluous u< add, as everybody knows J. G. Use mm well,
Kaslo. a"d you'll have a newspaper
to be proud of.
Horace Masterson hud a narro'.v
escape from beingoruahed to death
on Monday. While down the
shore, A terrific wind storm came
up, and two large trees blew over,
falling one on each aide of bim.
and eo close that the branches
brushed his clothes.
The Inneri.il Bankers increnn-
|ng their capital by the Issuance
,*f f 1.0OI.0OOO.1 of new s'ock. The
par value of tht* iharosarc 9100.0U,
but are felling in the open market
for f_ 17.00. whieh li indicative ol
lhe strength and s ability of the in
ititu.'ion. It is needless to s**y
i 11 "it Lake invasion will lie
al er a hig peril i«'«' Issus
Anil.'.i I I his I", ■
giug outfit t" tha Mill Co . who lo
lha f'liure wiii.l*. iheiroa
VV'.- undenland Mr. Cow lug  came
out nl the deal  in a  much   I *
position Ii.-.iue ul >'   lhan lie  «e*-t
into it.
The picnic nt John Pullman's
ranch nn Sunday waa attended by
a large number of oitlsena,,J>nth
old and young. Ureal havoc ws
wrought in John's berry pitch,
the representatives of the 0 R H.
nud     Ini'.rial    .'nnk     being    'he
un nl-
DatedMiiy Uth. 11)00.
Lgsi 't-i Him.
(per A. Hiitgar. Agent)
mrm,; ,1:.,,, L„w,,. H  *■ - r;;rv:,:::'::.".;;';::.,';:,;:!,::..«.. ..--*
(irilli'li.ol TmiiI Luke, iu ilu, l'...»i...*e   judgment flit   his Client.    W .* un-  "   i I S„me distance has to   be gone yet,
monco- ol Britlih. Columbia, iradb.g »"»n"V ;,..^ i .1 „,.„«,. „H| be appealed   i""1   tobit moulli IS niosen
I)  D. Forbes and  John Morton
of Minnesota,  arrived on Monday
night.   These gentlemen are largely interp'ted   in   the  Reward and
Triune  Mining    Companies,   ami
their arrival   has  been  anxiously
waited for SOUte weeks pa»t.       iho
Reward, m ss it t» locally Kl.uW.i
the    " log    I'm.ner    PropoelUOU,
take« in   ebuin   -■> claims on tho
■south Kork of Ijtrdeau river, running   over   lowardi   the   f.unou*
N.ttic 1 .
ine piopt.Hiti.m is to drive a long
tunnel   so   as   to   lap   tl.e  various
leads wnich  have  been opened nn
ou the stliiuoe at a treat tlepthl
I'n .1 . I his something I ke a nnle
of driving will have In be dun..
Up to date ihen BO i feel ti.ivn
linen -li-'vo .imi tenders are now
being rilled lur lhe driving of
loin feel more.
The ...uiniuy has an up-to-date
five <lrill compre*SO» plant, good
cabins, and all mail, rs in good
shape for the pushing of tb« work.
A' tbe tune work was dosed down
early In the spring a nice lend t.f
good lively qii«rls wus passerl
ih rough,   .liiirving    iron   pyrites,
sou.o    gold    valuer.
lOeiiHS  (..  cut end   rarrv 'uwiiy planted   about  I. njilssI from
•mlierfrnm Ihe follow...g d.*s«*ri- guson ou  the whs   ■»'■"'      ,
-HhiiiIh situeted in Weat Kooi- North Pork of UrdBaVU »».
nay;                                        i marked 0. W. AbrahiiniHon i nortn
Nn.l.   Commsnolng at it post west corner  post,  tiiencu .
'•anted *.boui „ne and .. half mile" 80 chains  thepoe east no ■       -
'mi  lhe.   |„.ad   „f  Tront l.ak i llienc*   north   80   chai  s*   m
i._ _   _.i     . . .       . ,. nn   ..t...:...i   1.1   iiiiiiit ul   (."t"
smith Hide  nnd al... ut on- n. ile J west   Ml  chaiim   <"•'   I'"
">m nhore,   marked   6    VV   Abra*
'"•in*'in'l   nortli-cftKl   irorner   post,
■usnoe bO flittiiia ludlli.   Dnmce 80
iiiiiicenietil
Located May 89tb, WP"
0, Wi Abrnbauiuon, locator
PIANOS
,.   the one  t"  ln|y
iheal
l.l   HU.
a-ii merrhanl, imHer the raine,
•nel Hnn "f Vasteri'in, HrHBth *,^im
panv. <liil hy Deed "I A**ii<|uii.c>>l *. . -■•
Mil J7.li ilm* •' .lu..'*. It'O'l. ni.ien *ll Ma1
eitale mnl  effect! (ur 111."   hei.aH. 11
Crclilnra In .lii'.ea I.    HtewSrti uf Vat
The fiiniotis Gourlay co.tver, ItC . Veeoeiitant,
It  is   not a      Ami lake .m'ieeiliHt ihetlr*"'i. ng       Packer Vip.nd .starte
(nr  'In*  rivn.it ni i.ialrur* '
when   you  buy, bill  "";■*;■!)»• l£J« ^ &$»' of to pack .. -ar of o.e .,«'„ from lhe
;.,i0 ilersland tl.e case will lie appealed.;"'"'   - ■   i however.  More anything of any
Bomt    A. Ifergtisnn,.... the 8 •'  lml,orUlu.. jMlrUek.
moved ...to But - inaiani. i;"h- wile ... A.l   i.a.r. ,t     ^  ..^^ uU[im ^ ^ fin.
,    aucel of the company are  in  go...I
PndO   KIHo.   put Int* ^uple l,a will be made u,
,1 thii*. we.k o days al Ucveliu-k.* thii week on."■"**J7 *'
buaiuess. ! pushing the work.
Jim I'iiltuii hnn
■ I flower Lodge.    Kecepliuu on A u-j— a daughter.
a.iy.
vmi find vou hnve pruct s.'d con- Hllii) MtHW „„,| nffeeti wfil ha l.-i.l on | iMi.^r n^y,
;""V, T^Wil:;:' ^-fSSrintal IffW^^^t'*^?      A^  **«   bas made ,
Sitt S? C roc'.? leAi -^;;,,?^.:t:v;;;,:r.cl ■ ***'* ***« «*»
Murray*     He can fit Vpu out with      ,)ill(lj Ul;. 1,1,1, ,i,,y ,,f June, 1MB.
,,„v  Bt'ylu  and  at nny price end . ,l.\Mi.b I. nthy. AUf,
terms,   J. & Murray, local ap.t. 4*"P*'
Misses   Maude   Underbill   and
V,u. Arel.iicaci.il H.-.r will -it-Ill
,„ae on   nouiuer mv---.—ally-1 Saturday   evenly    be«t.       Both »™**? «■•«*
I he ore I. of  a  .imilir  nature to ladies are reported to  be brilliant      td  M bl« is  op  trom Can.ua
the high grade Cromwell ore. H»WWJ '»u *" LAHDKAl   MI WING REVIEW, TUOUf LAKE CITY, ILC
MARY'S
INSANITY
By Louist Jjckson Strong
i'opytigM, I" ■ ■'«Mel lurc,Plifl»p»<tOi.
••Well.   M.'li.i I"     Mrs    Hi ggl  kissed
ber daughter again tenderly. 'I'm glad
to get you back, n was unreasonable
ln your Uncle Page to keep you for
months, I'll never spare you so lung
again."
"That Im't the unly thing Uncle Page
Ib unreasonable about," Mary Replied,
following her mother to the buggy.
Mrs. Brlggs said nothing more until
thej were Jogging along the pleasant
run.I. Then she turned with a doubtful smile. "Wc may ns well have It
out mul done wiih, Molly.    Of curse I
know you mean tlmt your uncle is un-
reasonable about 'imt schoolteacher,
hut he's u good judge nf men."
"He is tun prejudiced to judge fair-
ly," Mary declared. "Ami be luejuilic
ed you against Allen too. If you unly
waited until you bad become acquainted with blm, mother"
"I would never i msent t" your marrying n mere schoolteacher!" Mra,
Brlggi broke In,
■■Allen hasn't taki u It up as a life
profession,'1 Mary hastened t>. explain,
"Time he's pottered around at country school teaching n fe" yeara he'll i>e
spoiled for anything else," Mis. Brlggi
asserted, "ami I can't have you tied to
that kind of n man, dear."
Mary ivns silent, and ber mother
scrutinized ber face finding it thinner
than it should he nn.l pale. UOW tin* excitement of their meeting had passed.
That made her uiixi.iis.
"You can't really have cared for
him, Molly, so as to make you unhappy! You hud never seei. Iiim until you
went up there, mill your lather nn.l I
were two years, off mil on. makiug up
our minds."
"I think It Is different with some."
Mary sai.l shyly, her cheeks pinking.
"It seemed as if wc bad known each
other always, from the lirst. and I sniv
titin constantly, you know, till Uncle
Page Interfered.   I care for him more
than I can ever cure for any one else,
but I couldn't defy you, mother."
"I suppose he was angry over my letter';" Mrs. Brlggs said tentatively.
"No. Le wasn't angry, bnt he felt
that you were uufair in nut giving Iiim
IHE I'M Ni.I.U nil ..*,; li nn; WHUBU
a chance lo show what mis In him. He
went uu.i.i. n*. you I .: forbidden me
I*, -chini. iiml I have known uutliiug
OT llllll Mine," tli -ifuiiy.
Mi*. Brlggi f. ;t n sudden contempt
f..r ii... young tm: * .■ lie-' "I obeyed ber
num.luies so complete!] without a
struggle   However, it only proved him
n : r thing, unworthj inch ■ prize as
Mary, an.l lhe dear .: : i wus young.
She WOUld get over it .irul l,c happy i:i
tin. love uf sum.' inn11 i\ I,,i wns a luuu.
Buck a mu* was nl 1, al. ami Mrs.
t*    gi considered dcilrable us
e nm In law that ibe already regarded
blm ns .iiiii proipei lively.
"Weil." she mi,i finally, "I um glad,
Holly, that you bold no grudgo agalnat
in*', l initi inn about tin* jndge'i nephew, a line, smart young fellow.    Mrs.
Brown has.. couple uf . 11 coualo
King ber, and tha llenderaona have
■everal    Dice   jrOUng   men   among   the
1**.in,i.-i.   Oar I.uie town «,n if guy
amrner, and I've t. .. ,i op  i
so you can .1.. youi f entertain
ing."
Mary shrunk. ■ "Oh, moth
er, I ii ant tu stiii .|ii.. ti.i   ,t hotna with
foot"
"Ami lime paepta mj tig you're moping tiver a dlaappotntmentf' Mrs.
Brlggi spluttered.
"I 'I"', t .are Ml,;it te. y «;,y.    If-, n0
ii*-.. mother.   I tee wh it yon mean for
forget" 'Ihen, with a
wmi imlle, "I am nut behaving very
V..II. mother, Imt don'l mind it, and
ll '     Inai ; n us usual."
"And don't fill g me nt tha 'mice's
nephew," ibe added mentally.
"i I. ne aiked ii... nephew nn.l Blora
|r..r  il, s  evening,"   Mrs.   n,*i-__s s„i,i
i    i■t.tiy. "imt i can nnd John t.. tell
li..in you an* too r red "
'■Irilui. (lie DOW band. Mary cm-
i      • *i absently,
■     a ir..inlerftil manager
I1  ■•■ i.e is." Mr. Br .v. pointed win.
her  Whip  ns  the)   rounded   the   huine
corner,
■Mai. dm I Indifferently nt the tig-
un* beyond the gr , tin,,'with a low
rry leaned forward, gaalng Intently,
'..i. turning a bewildered face to Let !,.,| motu-
»r.
"Why,   Mniii:   What is it?** Mr_
Ilrigg.i cried, somewhat alarmed,
..." young man took ..it bla hat and
i bach i,. i,.in* „ .|, „ pecuiiM
Mary Jerked
op I...i.iiiii. plunged oul ■ i wheel,
i t" the barbed wire fence, drop-
[••I tint, rolled an rlily  timlcr It n„,|
llflV. Still aliriekl.. (hi   llieiuluiv.
I'aralyaed win, dretdful fear, Mrs.
Brlggi un/.   . |y.     Tlieru could
t'i* bot ono imil*,,us explanation ..r tha
lltOUndlng  aeene    Miny   was suddenly
Kind wiih ni.-iitiii derangement  ihi
Uml    tsken    Unit    miserable   nffnlr   to
heart: -.lie had lu led uier her trou-
bli. i..-I* whole iipriialoa ihowed that,
•ud  now   having  it  all  brought up
again--oli.  borrlblei    it was uer Owu
mother who had—
"Oh, lordy. lordy!" Mrs. Brlggi
moaned, backing clumsily out of tho
buggy mul fluttering along the fence
Ilk ■ a hen at the garden pickets, but
► he coulil not roll her plump figure un-
iie.uv.iiii. Bhe would have to go around,
nml that poor child ruuulug headlong,
l it, illy wild. Slie wns now disappearing in tbe grove,    in ber frenzy
she would rush nn down the hill beyond, and the creek was high.
"John! John!" Mrs. Bl'lggs screamed
frantically.   "Catch ber, John!"
John apparently understood uud disappeared   hi   the   trees,   while    Mrs.
Brlggs, shaking with sobs, scrambled
Into the buggy and lushed Dobbin Into
ti run with n auddenneai that thing his
heels to the top of the dashboard.   Kbo
slid to her knees In the box and plied
tbe whip, walling aloud at every jump
of tin* horse.    Al  the pasture lain* she
turned so sharply that tbe buggy tilted
against   the  post,   nearly  tipping  her .
out, but she unly urged the astonished .
Dobbin on, ber Imagination picturing j
her darling already at the bottom of j
the   swirling   itreani.     Bhe   dashed i
through  the open gats of tho potato
Held.
She could not wait to take down tho
ban or the smell oat patch that Intervened, but iqueesed through and ran.
panting brenthlessly, too exhausted to
call.   Soon she caught sight of John,
lie bad  Mary safe.   Her abused knees
weakened at that, but sbe struggled to
them.   John elaspSd Mary close In his
anus,   and   she   wus   laughing   shrilly,
crying hysterically, "Oh, it is Allen; it
is Alien!"
"Yes, honey; yes," Mrs. Brlggs Quavered. "Oh, lordy, lordy I Come to the
house with mother, deary. Don't let go
of her for your life, John, I've been
wicked cruel to her- Yes, honey; yes;
It's Allen."
"It's Allen, Allen!'' Mary reiterated,
her face on tbe young man's breast.
"tih, lordy, lordj 1" moaned Mrs.
Brlggs, iln** tears streaming. "Humor
her, John. Help me get her to the
house, then bring the doctors. Yes,
ho-honey; it-it's Al Allen."
"Mrs. Brlggs" — John patted her
■houlder comfortingly—"yon needn't be
frightened. Mary is all right. It is
Allen—John Allen Smlthers, instead of
John Smith. 1 wanted to prove to you
that I wasn't a mere good for nothing"
—Mrs. Itiig^'s .at down auddenly—"and
I hope you have changed your opinion
of me and will accept me us your son-
in-hiiv."
"For I'll never, never have anything
to do with tbe judge's nephew!" Mary
declared aggressively,
Mrs. Brlggs started, then burst into
• tf tearful, choking laughter. "I
guess we'd better st*.p and boc where
we're at," she gasped. "I'm the only
one linn's crazy, it leemi. Who wants
you to have anything to do with the
judge'a nephew, mlsslel So, you young
scamp, you're Allen, are you? Aud
you've worked n slick game en uie. hut
I'm suited. Why, It's the very thiug
I've been planning for weekal"
Then, With fr.-li slnaks. Mary fell
up..n her mother, and they kissed and
cried nnd laughed together, while John
Alien looked on. grinning foolishly.
THROAT EXERCISRS.
N....M  n.  Nuturc's  DliiinK  llmir.
Persona who keep close watch on
themselves are of the opinion that the
li.";r of noon is the most critical period "f life. At that time the human
frame undergoes serious changes. The
stomach baa dispatched the morning
meal and lenda scouting parties in
search "f another. The eyea and brain
n the alert, and there Is n Bort of
all goneness pervading the anatomy
that sharpens lhe faculties aud puts a
new i.lor mi  the teeth.    It Is nature's
g time, mnl everything ahout the
healthy man nr woman is attuned to
the demolition or enjoyment of what Is
called a "good S_uare ui.*nl." Tln.se
who pay ine.i to the prompting of nature at this divine hour have their rewind in good appetite, g't.«l temper
and excellent dlgeatton, which is con-
'lu. iv.* to all lhe good that llesli Is heir
I... But thoaa who, following the Im*
pcrloui dictates of fashion, defer the
hour of dining until all natural longings are dead and have to lie resurrected by sdventltlous aids lay u train of
evils anil dlacomforta which sooner or
later become tbe plague uf their lives.—
London Telegraph.
EtIU That Com* from Ml.a., ol tho
Vocal Omasa.
I   The chronic lore throat Is not Infrequently produced by tho mlsmo of the
vocal ergani.   Very often thut unruly
little member, the tongue, Is accountable for the difficulty, as it Is for a great
| many other troubles lu this transitory
Ufa.    Many people have a habit when
talking ot pushing th* tongue so fur
back against the delicate  membranes
that Un* tha throat that Irritation more
[ or Ills painful Is caused, sud If It eou-
] tlnuei any length of time ulcers will
form, and so will a doctor's hill.
I   Control of the tongue Is excellent In
■11 senses of tho word,   l'hyslcally this
organ may be managed by depressing
It Into a hollow at a point three-quarters of an Inch back of where the tip
of It conies when In a natural position
In tbi mouth and at the sain* time
singing very  light  head  tones.    This
exercise    requires   some    patlenc*   nt
first,   but   tbe   hul.lt   of   keeping   the
tongue  down   Is   soon   acquired.     In
speaking or singing It should not b* allowed to booy up snd fill th* mouth,
thus interfering with thi fr*e pussagi
of  thi  tones *f  the  voice  from   the
throat to thc front of the mouth, where
they   should   strike  ind  then   escape
■■laur ti a bell.   This hooping up of tho
tongue In the mouth Is the enuso of
much  of  tbe  indistinct  snd  slovenly
uttennces to which w* ar* too often
obliged to listen.
In many people we notice th* line
from the point of the chin to the neck
is in tbe form of a right angle. In a
shapely throat this line forms a curve,
Just as a canary's does when the small
yellow artist Is warbling his carols.
To develop the throat snd make this j
ingle a curve stand before a mirror so
that you may witch the threat swell 1
•ut Now thruit your tongue out as
fir as It will go, then draw it buck
quickly and forcibly, it th* same time
bringing It downward ln the mouth as
far as you can. Place your thumb and
forefinger against the larynx (commonly called the Adam's apple., and if you
are making the right movement you
v'll feel th* larynx pass downward.
For ■ week er two make Uie movements lightly. After that time put as
much fore* Into It as you can. The
•iercli* should be practiced for a few
minutes several times a day to insure
rapid and good results.
To fill up the hollows of the neck
stand correotly and then slowly fill the
lungs with air without elevating your
shoulder. As tbe air Is forced upward
Into thi throat bold It there a few seconds and then expel slowly. Tbis exercise is but performed soon after rising In tha morning and befon retiring
it night
FRESH VEGETABLES.
Ther Should no Freely laed In Iho
Burly siuiiiB.
It is believed by vegetarians that a
purely vegetable diet makes people
amiable, good niitured. generous, de-
veloplng the liner characteristics of the
user, and that excessive meat eaters
become the opposite.
Whether this be true or not, fresh
vegetable! are appreciated In the curly \
Spring.    They are mi essential change J
from   the   heavy   winter   viands   nnd j
should  form  the greater part of our !
j dally menus.
Almost every vegetable has Its particular use in the human system, nnd
| nature  provides   sufficient   variety   to
keep usr 111 tine bodily condition If we
will live in accordance with her laws
j and not abuse her gifts.
Tomatoes act directly ou the liver.
Onions, garlic, lets, shallots, chives,
Stimulate the Circulation, Increase the
saliva and gastric Juices and promote
digestion.
Pears, beans nnd lentils, called also
legumes, are among tha most nutritious of vegetables, containing iis mucb
carbon ns wheat uud more muscle
forming food.
LettUCe and celery both hnve a good
effect upon the nerves. The former
Is suuihiiig nnd the latter a tonic.
The free use of pieplant, or rhcu-
borb, is considered a "spring tonic"
and will prevent tho use uf medicine
which is often apparently necessary to
tone up the system. Being such a common and Inexpensive plant. It Is really
not appreciated by tbe majority of
housewives. When so fortunate as to
have It growing In the garden It Is
generally used in sma'i amount! for
pies early iu tha aeaaon und the remainder allowed to go to waste, when
It might he utilized in u variety of appetizing dishes all the year around,
us It can be preserved fur winter use
equally as well as the more expensive
fruit—Philadelphia l'ress.
THE PLANET MERCURY.
Like Venui and l-'or I.Ike CaMOi '« '■
N«,T  a He.ul   World.
.Mercury Is il body devoid, practical
ly If not nhsolutoly. Of Blr, Of water
and of vegetation. Consequently it la
Incapable of supporting any of those
higher organisms which wc know us
living beings, its surface 's t vail
desert. It Is rough rather than smooth.
Whether this toughness be due to
niountiilus proper or to craters we are
too far awny from It to he able
yet to say. The latter Is the more
probable. Over the greater part Of Un
surface change either diurnal ur seasonal Is unknown. Three eighths of Its
surface Is steeped In perpetual  glare,
three-elghthi shrouded In perpetual
gloom,  while  the remaining quarter
slowly turns between the two. The
planet Itself, as a world, Is dead.
Interesting as Mercury thus proves
to be, the Interest as regards the plan
et Itself Is of B rather curpscllke char
ncter. Less deterrent perhaps Is tln>
Interest it pusses.es as a part of the
life   history  of   tha   solar  system,   fur
tidal friction, the doling act in the
COSmtC drama, has brought It where It
Is. The min bine has run down.
Whether it ever supported life upon ot
surface or not, the power to do so baa
now forever passed away. I.Ike Venus
nnd for like cause. It Is now a dead
world. And It was the lirst thus tO
reach the end uf Its evolutionary CO
reOT, earlier (0 iiii SO than Venus. In
nsinuch as tidal action waa very much
greater upon it than on Venus and COO
icquently   produced   its  affect   inure
quickly.    Mercury has lung 1 u dead
Uow long, measured by centuries, we
cannot say, hut practically fur a very
lung time. Venus must have become
sn comparatively recently.   Both, bow
aver, nOW have flnllbed tbelr .nurse
and have In a must literal sense enter
ed Into tbelr rest.
SUNLIGHT
OAP
wipe
P'cscrvcd
Wa*l> oilcloth,
and linoleums ^
wa'm water and
bunhght boap,  r.nse clean and
dry.     The colors will be
and the surface unharmed.
Common soaps fade the colors and
injure the surface. Sunlight Soap cleans, freshens and preserves
oilcloths and Itnolev.     .
Sunlight Soap washes clothes white wilhout injury to t|1e *-***08
delicate fabrics, or to the hands, for it contains nothing that can
iniure eitlier clothes or hands.
Sunlight Soap is better
than other soaps, but is best
when used in the Sunlight
way (follow directions).
Equally Rood with  hard
or soft water.
HUH UROIIIIRS  lIM'tll). Inruolo
Tl_e anl Ktoraltr.
Thi stream of time never runs dry,
ind the ocean of eternity will forever
Bind Its mighty surge* mountain high
against the bunk of time's little
stream, sweeping with each receding
billow over Its expansive bosom the
frail human craft from the shore of
time, with earth's happiness, human |
affection, toll, trials, tears and sin, to
tbe eternal shore of celestial beauty
ind bltii. Oh, mlil.ty ocean of eternity, your wonderful anthem of life nud
death brings eternal woe and condef
nation to him who Is untrue to binn
and hi* divine pilot, but to tbe trusting, faithful man It sings of endless
felicity ln tho presence of time who
has redeemed hli people from the
bondage of iln and has swept them
through  tbi  pearly   gate*.
The  11,,'t. --  Man.
"The  hatlcss   man  Is here  to stay,"
Fin.i a batter, 'ami iiis coming did not
meet with the opposition that the shirt
walal man incurred.
"All but the halilheads were hatles9
men last summer. At the seashore,
among   the   mountains,   nutninohillng,
bonebacklng, canoeing, rowing, driving,
walking, the young men were invari-
lil.ly hatlcss.    Their faces ii ere tanned,
and the sun bad given a bright, coppery hue and a crisp .puillty to their
hair.
"I know a half dozen undergntduatea
of Princeton who took a CTOM country
walk of •Jtw miles iii August without
hats.
"This new faahion has hurt tbe bat
business undeniably. On account of It
my rammer sales bare been imaller
than ever l.efure     Still I don't gi
I  like the idea of going hatlcss.    The
fact Is. I  went hatlcss  myself during
my vacation.   The nin and air did my
! . " ..I.
"When the shirt waist man appeared
everybody deride.i blm.   A hoot went
up from one end Ot the country to the
other.    Bnt the hatlcss man  was  re*
I  in   alienee,   an  approving  il-
tence."—Ne-       .rk Herald.
SEEING SICILY.
nin,,d lhawtn In Olden Times.
in the "Annala ot Bemarkabla Hap-
penlngl In ttome" mention Is made of
fourteen different ihowen of blood or
blood and other aubataneaa mixed,
nlie h occurred between tbo yeara 819
a D. and 1170, In 1223 we Und record <.r a shower <>r l.lood nn.l dust
wblcb covered the larger part of Italy.
In I2M a "snow" fell in Syria "which
presently turned Into large brooks nnd
I is Of blood."   A inutiU who wrote In
the year I'-'.'.l nnd wboai manuscript ll
now preeorved lu tha Uritish muaonm,
tells of a thne ilm s' ibowet of blood
"all over southern tsorope." Burgundy
had a blood ihower in inm, ami |.,,i
fniil-hire, England, witnessed n similar phenomenon In tha year 1450. In
1080 bailitonei fell in Wurttemberg
which contained cavltlei fllled with
blood or blood re.| liquid, The Inst
"blood ■bower" on record occurred lo
Blajn in the jenr l.SOil.
..Irl   lln.,1. .   In   I.nplnnd.
In Lapland ns loon as a clrl baby Ih
horn und has been duly rolled lu the
■now a ceremony which seems to take
the place of liaplisin she Is dowered
by her father with a certain number
of reindeer, whl.il are branded with
her Initials ami kept apart as tier ipa
Clal  property.     In  proportion  us  they
Increaae and multiply dues her chnuce
of mailing a good mutch improve.
He W n****, Polite,
It was once told to B certain king of
England that Lord Blank was his politest subject. "I will test llllll," snld
Hie king nnd ihowed l.nrd Illunk to
tha r.iyni carriage, holding iho door for
him tn enter lirst, which ho did. "You
are right," said lhe king. "A lesser
man would huvo troubled mo with ceremony."
Ill*  Works.
"A man Is known by bin worki," di
(tared tha Irrepressible reformer, wht
was addressing a large und enthusiastic audience.
"Yours must he n gas works!" shouted a rude, uncultured person who occU-
rn. d a buck scut
The Wandcrlal Dial*—.
One of Uie moat wonderful things ln
vegetable life Is a beautiful ind minute class of seaweeds called diatomi.
They belong to the seaweed family,
yet they may he found by thi thousands ln any roadside ditch, fresh or
salt water lake or even In cisterns,
wells, springs, ite. Most species of
plants an made up of au Infinite number of little cells, bul with the ,::..:....
It li otherwise. Each representative
of this wonderful family of plants Is
formod of but a single cell nnd this so
minute thlt It would require 2.000 of
the most common form, laid end to
end, to make i string an Inch In length.
Some species of diatoms have the power of Independent motion, and on that
account win for iomi time billered
to bi inlmili.
*   ar on   rrallln* Skirt*.
A pretty war of skirls is lining fought
out 111 a small Herman town. When the
League Agalnat tha Trailing skirt has
been funned, will, the support of the
mayor, who has even gone sn far ns to
regulate lu nn edict the length of the' evidence here, though it Is Italian of
Nol   lo   nu,,,,   Thia   Itland   I*   lot   to
.inn.,    lirerer.
There arc sun,.- lamls which have al
ways laid a spell UDOO the mniii. upun
the Imagination, upon the heart t ;r	
above all oilier coiinii lea, in.- entranced
tin* mind. The Imagination has aver
loved th** cist Egypt, tba indies, fur
gotten Asia, thi almoat as myitertoua
Asm ..f today, I'ur iim.-l nf us the
bome land Is the c.untry of the heart;
for many, it may be, it is Paleattne,
where   was  lighted   the  lire  at   Which
the tiearts uf Incalculable mllllona are
st.ii warmed.    Othera arc content to
any with Kiiiers..!. in the line essay ou
"Herotam," "Tbat country is tba f
winch   is   inhabited   by   tba  nobleet
minds." Itut. above all Other lauds,
there is one Wblcb has at Qnoa Im]
e.i the n.imi. tb.* Imagination and the
heart of weatern t eoplea When n fain..us poet declared tbat on ins heart
would be f'.iind engraved the word
Italy the wordl voiced QM einntlon of
a   multitude  iu every   country  of  Eu*
rope ami in tba great northern continent "Ver-e.l.
To see Sic.ly. the nil "Harden of the
Sun," ns tie* |..s*ts time loved to call It,
Is not to sec Italy, thoiuih Ihere may lie
n meaaureot truth In Qoe_e*a remark
that UOt to know Sicily Is not to know
Italy. In a MUM one might inure truly say of Sicily Unit imt In know It ll
tu.t tu know Greece,   in another sense,
however, we have In this nmst I..mi
tiftil of Mauds the intensiiicrition of
Italy.    What.>ier Is most Italian is In
1 ui.1   ol  the   ArUloeral*.
"The old French anitocracj dleewtth
me," cried tbe Princess da Valmont on
her deathbed,   she was n bitter old
soul. Who, born of il long line of un-
eontaminatcd   ancestors   and   married
to a noble of equally inperflne strain,
had, through Inr hiisbanil's death In
financial dlfflCUltlee, to marry her live
children to "abominable intbous" of
high character, but with tbe blight of
trade or Industry In their blood, llcr
last yeata were made mournful to her
by this pitiful descent, and Just before
her griindioie lust utterance, looking
with a hitter Untie at ler children ami
grandchildren In lean round bv death-
bad, she broke silence lu the following
terrible reliction. "Wc have here,"
counting ou ber tinners, "representatives   of   carriage   making,   wholesale
grocery, en fvctlonery, coal mining nnd
the stock azebangia, and all grafted ou
the old tree of the Po Vuliuonta."
Late Returns Irom O.tk Villi*,
Ye  -tube    .,,      ;,
ii   cold   i.n.I   -Iill   ,„,, I,
llil.li,  Hkoyen     in     \
cl ih.* KagM itn.l  Ni
uiilm .
Ye  *-l*l the   hit ■   Ih .
Seiluhl.
The auction
;,' "■' »•' ■*<" «ii
Uut nobody    ol  ,    .
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t audr and tbe fr*la«.
The following Is accredited to the
lato Senator Hoar: At a Fourth of July
celebration in a Canadian town where
both Engltih ind American guests
were assembled the flags of thi two
eouiitrlei were used iu docorntlons. A
frivolous young English girl, loyal to
tbe queen, but with no love for the
stars ind itrlpes, enlalmed: "Oh,
what a silly looking thing the American dig Is! It suggests nothing but
cbeckorberry cindy." "Yes," replied
Senator Hoar, "tbe kitul of candy that
bas made everybody lick whi ivir
tried to lick it"
Ckarltr.
Charity li ■ universal duty which It
ti In every man'i power aometlu.os to
practice, since every degree of assistance given to mother u.von proper mo*
Uvea Is in let of charity, and tie re Is
scarcely any man ln iuch a stale ot
Imbecility ii tbat he may not, ou loini
occailom, benefit bis neighbor,—John-
ion.
BU   A.lvnnma*.
First Haa— How do you do7   Beeond
Man—Beg pardon,  but you  havi thi
•dvantagi of mi. First Man Yes; I
guess I have. We were engaged to the
•nine girl, but you married Imr.
Thi taate of beuuty and the rillsh of
what ti decent. Juat and amiable perfect thi character of tin gentleman
&nd thi philosopher.—khaftes.urr.
Ile Spoke Ilia Mind.
Two Irish farmers who hud not seen
each other for n long time met nt a
fair. They had n lot of things to tell
eaeli other, "tburo*, It's married I am,"
aald Murphy. "You don't tell me ho,"
snld Moran. ''I'ulx, yes," anld Murphy, "nu' I'vo (jot a line, healthy bhoy,
which tho nolgbbon suy Is tba very
picture of me." Moran looked for a
moment nt Murphy, who was not, to
say tbo least, remarkable, for his good
look!, and then mid, "Uch, well, what's
tbe barum so long as the child's
••althv.'—Dublin tiaiette., t
otTeiuiing garment   It is this hint i	
or municipal tyranny that has amused
the long Buffering woman of fashion,
nnd she has formed a COnntST  I'liloti
of the Liberty of Dreee.    s.. far it
Seell.s    tbat    tl.e    l.'Ur.*!!.'    IS    111    tl.C    OS-
Cendant for It has Just dined tl.e mayor triumphantly, while tbe uuiou,
irornlng inch gaatronomlc methods of
bribery, is truitlng to greater elegance
of appearance f..r tbo propitiation of
the masculine nnthorities.
,•1....... v ..,,... .   In  < ..,,,(
The use of n phonograph as n witness occurred fur tbe tirst time on a
recent trial It. Ihe Dotted States .* mrt
nt l'.ti-t.ui. In this connection It Is recalled that photographs bui tn Unlit
their way  to the witness stand.   The
nnht to put telepboni iveraatlona in
evidence   has   been   upheld  h.   mine
« s.   If the use of the pli"ii"i;rnph ns
n wltneaa I acomaa general it will also
become    n     universal     iiieinnrainliim.
Contract! <>f nil surts. frnm n merger
.leal to a promlaa "f marriage, can bo
recorded us infallibly as .... paper or
part bin.*nt. lu breach of promise
ally  a  phonograph   would
is* of great value. Bt Loola fust-Die-
pati h
Mease,
Never judge n person by bis relatives,
but by his friends line Isn't res|M...s1
hie  Inr  his  rclnim-      I!., tbey   good.
hud or Indifferent, tbey are thrust upon
lilm,  hut friends are s. If cl.use.i, at J
what they ire so Is the p.rsun.
tbs south uml i.ut nf the tu.rth.    What
n gulf divides them is known only to
those  familiar   with  the   whnle  peninsula    \Sillmtu sharp in Century.
■•Iliill. •   Not   Irl.h.
Thnse who are not Irishmen sometimes trespass on Irish property. A
French cure, preaching nisiut sudden
death, said, "Thus It Is with us- we go
to bed well nn.l get up ItOOS dead!"
All old Trench lawyer writlnc of an
aetata be had ju-t bought added, There
la a chapel upon it in which my wife
nn.l I wtab tO ba burled, If t,od spares
O.ir lives "
A mercliant who died suddenly left
In his bureau a letter to one of his cor-
reapondenti wblcb be had nut sealed
Ills clerk, Melng It necessary to lend
ti.e latter, wrote at tba bottom, "Blue*
writing the aboVS I hate died."
n..r. ti ..i.i.i Yoa I.Ike Thia Raltarl
The Moor prepares luuter lu an
original way and gets a tllfT.-r.iit taste
from the usual one Freeh butter ("al-
t-ida," as he calls Iti. aa known hy us,
ho di-Hpls.-s and uses unly fur eink.iig.
It must be old If it is to bs liked After
tt has lain ln a hots tu tin* ground tut
somo years nnd hns got a certain ap
liearancc it bSCOUMS a delicacy. To
make butter a RuaUklu Is turned inside out. It is fill.*l wiih milk. Nuiiel
tight and tied to n tr,.* There It Is
t«cnten backward ami forward till ihe
butter Is made. That is why y..u t in
not get butter In UOTOCCO without hairs
111 through It. The bqttSI Is then laid
on plee,-H of wood and the maker gnea
to sell It Possible buyers lift the
dirty cover, put in tbelr lingers and
take out I taste and If the goods do
not please close It down ngnlu und the
salesman pursues his way.
na-,  ii was crowd.
* I   .f- I  heard thej
auction   'liu.ee ,,
11    llnnle   n   stnavli
I' ii -".,,)  ,hi nc,.
Ilinnhii-   broke   ii Ii
ut  Pigeon li *  V\ •
e I tin* sate,   and
>S0
...tier   il   il
le  |   tb,      if
\ I   -el llie   sen ,.,|   I,,,
Bit   tli.l i	
Illbl.i   Skt.i. ii
I* Oak   Valb-j
..   eo (Wi   .It.
.li.l .
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Lsngusgs is n solemn thing, it
grows out of life mil of Us a.
nnd ecstasies. Its wants ami Its wean
ness. livery language Is a temple In
which (he ion] <>f those who speak it ll
enshrined.   <l   \V   lh,lines.
iBirnnlni   To*    Sail*.
It haa been fWnd by some that tho
copious application of dried pOWdersd
llum la sutll'leiit to cure most .uses of
Ingrowing toe nails. The applications
are uot painful, ami the Ii.tla.iKsl tissue ll dried up, and n hard, resistant,
nonaeualtlvo bed la formed for tl.e nail.
The too la wrap|*cd In a doth snak.tl
In soap and water fur twenty four
hours beforehand, umi then tbe powdered llum ll pound lulu tl.e spue
tH'tweeu the nail and its Issl, using
cotton to keep the iitiiin In place and
repeating the application daily. The
aiippurntlou, If uuy .lists, rapidly
dr.ea up, p.in, Mini dlai omfort ...*■ ..1
most Immediately relieved, nnd, tl.e
application being repeated for ulm.it
fire days, a cure usually results.
DELICATE   BAQlES.
I   • i ■■   *..,,••   bal | |( , -jj
,"    se. nni-    lun,tin ap r ,  tni|1*
Ulna - i- apt   to ei ,*«i ■!»
moth, i  i- kept  in   .
*i,..ei     Baby i Own Tab',
tn ne than am oth.
* •     liokl)  . lultii.
. ne  ih.   mot In r a
see.lilt i       UB  tl
develop. n|
Mra. ti   \l   UHli        .
N    8 a age ol I
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and at that a|
it i- thin
' in n   I ibl. *
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-i.e   1h*i:.iii    ' .
uu I  li.,    ei ei   iini perttcll
it'll   clllltl. "    Ki e: .
tin'    hc'ilt 1, , * ,...
a   !„,\   „l    Huhi s Own  1
houai     Bold  In   all  . ■
ni  In  e i .
Di     Williams   M.i        I. ...
villa   nm
A «idol  in a   M	
to the It.,si,,n Hera
coital...". iuiii*.. in I.
u i.ul.I admit im lod| .
mn I.,.u.e »Im bad  ..
I'tulerviiil*..   \ It ii -     11. .
>• iptai i   happened   ., •
t it-
llui .   u but   du   i,
lhe   nitluu
"Oh, iiiu-1   myth
i .ip.am
"Do imi lt,*licic then
Sine il,i-    lli,
'   Well.   '     p.lt ll, ,I      |h,
iiiii.>i .in mn think  i
I be     e.tpt.nn       mullinc-li
that I..- thought SCI 01 ■
estimate
The ii ul..*  paused,  •
he ...ui.1 i .uu"* in      I   •
she   -in,I.        is   Lett, I    I .
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A  Nationalist  A:
I .... i     l--|neaa*.
Duffcr-My wife -.-ui a liver out of
mo today wltli nne happy remark.
PUffSr let's hale It. Duffer She told
our buy Wiil,.* Unit sh.. wai Ills nearest
relative,  but that  I   was his closest.
rlvery day Is a new life, every sunrise hut a new l.lr.l.    Jordoo.
Take IMo Risk
\Ami-. a
Furthei*   Developments   May    Prove   Fatal.
There   is   Cure   For   You   In
Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine
ll von < oul.l depend on » oold pi
inn; nil nl its mi u lOOOrd it iiiiuld h<
all  VII v   li ell  t„ |,.|   j)   nili   its lim
The  l.*-k   is  too ureal.
Cm.sump, mu mul pn< union.>< i.lnsys
h ne  i In ii   Is i'minni**   iu  a  . uld,
ll    1..U    '.ike   prompt    melius   nl   cur
* erv cold  you   i« ill   never   be  ■
it.i.iii   ol    these  or othei   fatal lung
tin.lilies.
Did yon  aver wall   to il.n.k  ol  i*
Hint   a ay?
i'leiisniii it, in ,t. tliuMi.iirli md in.
reaching in a.tion, and iertain ... .is
he mie nil n iuIU li. ( hue - Byrup
of l.in-ee.l nml turpentine should have
ii place iu every house m n Mfaxuard
aUHinsi i i plum iiii.I   other   fatal
Iuiii*; discuses.
M i.    H    T    Turner,    Broadview,
S»sk..  unit We hnve levin child
ren,   and   lu.v.*    .nisi    Dr    Chik
Byrup   nl   Linseed   nnd   Till pent ine   Iui
every 01 1 them with g...«l reaulta,
Dr. Chaie'   Syrup ol  Llnaaad   and  We g.-i foui bottles it .1 Iimi ind nnd
Till pel.I.lie    IS    best     klllU'l.    OH    ...en....I      il    II    I'tiud    telnetlv   In   blink    Up   mill   un
ol   .1* cul .11ur.l1.11.ry   cunt ml nni . i.tup,   the   bniu« "
bronchitis,   -vhooptng   cough.   ..siimm*    Dr.   I'Iih-c's Byrup  ul Linieed and
and seven, cheat oolde. '|-||m tine, SB oonts 1  bottle,  at   nil
As .. meant <>i ovarootning ordinal*)
cinigl.H ami mills, ihn.i.t Irritation and
tie* many dlsaaiw ol tha throat,bronchial lube* nml lungl .1 has ins.In in.
enviable   reputation   for   lelinl'ilni
Co
dollars m*   Rdminaon,   Batei   A
Toronto,   To protoot you again I imi
tatlom tha portiail nml ilgnatura  ol
in    \   \V   fhnse   thi fathom   receipt
'. iel anil  on iverj bottle
' ra.klna a n..,,
An Englishman, complimenting Americans on their skill at pnstprundlnl oratory, went on to discuss the possibility of boring an nudlcii.e lie suld tlie
aevereat reproof for n bOTS which he
recollected wns that a.linliilsierisl by
the great Tulleyran.I n bile driving with   issue    nl     thi     Kalgoorl
a friend who kept tailing blm itorlea   "Watch the p, ,.•_:, t
As U.ey pnssed through lhe streets ot Ielaoti in        lialfour,  tl
a   continental   tonn,   wblcb   In   those
days  were  puli.e.l   by   many  lentrles,
they cbserveil ono sentry yawn .it hit
post, nud Talleyrand Mid to his friendi
"II.i»b:   Wi ire overheard."
"I   win   never forgel mj Oral .*«-
i"ii"ii. .* in hospital work    laid Chiel
Burgeon  Mlllai ol tha Central R 1
i" in 1  hoapltal    "Then   waa a green
In lh.   di li mmn irard and *-**.••
bad n  wn  vtoleni eaaa in th.
man In lbs worat ataga   ..i   delirium
"'"i'ii*     I    wns   awake 1   in    the
middle ol the night by tba head inns,.
who n queued mi to 1 om. it once to
the painnt Wh. n 1 got ihem 1 round
hnn raving and vei. violent, with tbe
new  muse scnieii oui ut her wiis    1
sill   I
"\\ in  tiui vim |,.| bin ;■"   ,, ;,n * 1
left you eotne medicine to give bin. as
.....i as he kh 1 dellrloui"
"Yes. doctor,' sh.* rephed; "bnt ran
"'l'l  m.   ... give lhat  (,, |,|,n If he saw
•IIIV      I*    sunk.s. mul  thifl  time   he
' ""' blUI il,,*    with piQh mils "
Chicago inter Ocean
tn appiieiini r,,i i, poaltton in tha
Public Works Department In • ., nnn,
''"v *vas  li ■ a civil   ervice e«
;'■' ">""       Will,   1,   ,„H   ,,,  ,,. ,,
hii knowledge .,1 hi lory, -,„,„,,,
nu* officer, wn ii„. youth's Co
...... asked him what  hi Im
I'linie Wnis.
'I'be   inline   lounrl     i.,i„,t...
Ralgoorlie   West   1
the  newest   H.nl  best   gold
world      Th.*   1,,11,,11 iu •   ,1
n.i- prominently display.
Minn
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lefaated.    Should In-  n
Imn   I..* nl-,, defeated   all
■   iu  a  little   lit •
I. 1 " h..i|'... 1  peri
I.  nu   Ill  11  m     tn      I      |> 11.
Whalen'i Shamrock Hot. 1
HIS WIFE'S LUNGS
'BOTH AFFECTED
.... p.,.,
ol    tlm
inline  sound    Familial "
'■'   '''*'1" *   bin 1 cm |Ug, ,.,.,„,.„,
'"'I     II hen    It     ll ;,       01     ll     ele    It
.•.I "
Don'l   you   k.um
HcipinF"
No,   li "
'■*-•','■ •■!v I,,,, i,11Vi. heard ai
nihil F"
k_l'°V_*.' ' l,l""1, "" »' I  " 'I
1 ''"I"    -M..M    'I'll. se,
But the Great Consumptive Prcvcn*
Utive brought Health and Happiness to his Home
'Our doclo, said there ws* no Cli* '*
my wile aa both In-r limn' were .tron,
my* Mr L. II Waller, of Ptnri SW*
IriH-kv.lle, Onl. ' ll wai » i"1 ,l"*?'
.mulinen, to III both, jusl Blarti"! ""J1*
ile only nmrried * shml lime l,ul °\
he llail llllislird Ihn (irsl bnlllr i)l l'*v*
he palA in her lung, qui. kly •••' "
,nd »lier taking six bottles N|,~
«»s a  new  creature  s.ul   perleflljl
,K*in " ,     M
That is |i,,t onr  ol thr  manj   '"<"""
run   win, I,   Payi iiuir  hss  brou«hl  h
nl
\1 ml'''
II
happen
anything  about
ml   Hnn
to bv.
"What  is yom  favorite tAust" nsk
,,,l„^'   ".'."    tes   Mlliike, HSk
Wall,    ..ten  nretl *'
long hiir,  "I  bclien
mail  s.ei.l  si-,,,,,,1 „s „,.|| , v||m
Waahington ni,,i k
|i»i I'svt iniii* 1 uies Consumpt
Ion 1 wall in. Coniumptlon.    '
.al'inppe,   your   Cough,  .v.'"1   "
OUI 1 .i.sirli, or your Pneumonii
•mady iiwi ..ever faUa*
1
Bul
ypill
llllll.
,ili tbi
PSYCHINE
(l',,,,',„iu,»,l Si krrti)
'br. uiulil  unh
I    like    In      . ■,.    I
50c. Per Bottle
k-rgw alaaa ai sm a» »" druai'««»
OR. T. A.  8L0CUM. Limited. Toront*
W    N     II   No.    586 ***W-**m
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Ia well-known
banda man speaks
A Well-Known J. P. is Cured cf Kid
„ey  Trouble of  Long   8landlng   by
Dodd's Kidney Pills.
ih.u.iu, out., Muy 81—(Speolal.)
There Is n° "'"-' "lo1'1' widely known
m* highly reapeoted in this lection
|,i um country than vvm. Bell, Esq.,
i p nmi ih.* statement be makes i...
low concerning bin oura by Dodd'i
Kidney Pills beara weight and carrlei
conviction with It
■•Kor more ihnn u year I wan a mf.
ter,.i* from kidney trouble," Mr, Bell
.;i*,,i. "Always iu pain nml nt time
i'i,. agony would become unendurable
md I wus practically unable to attend
',',, any <>r my diitit'H    I doctors I with
v,.i;d   local   phyatolana  ami   tried
every meani to get cured, but wlthoul
nuccoll.    A'    1'inl    I    wiih Induced to
*   n,. liu.lds Kidney I'IIIh ii trial. I Imve
naieni pieaaure In hiiiiihk that
ilrova away the palm entlrelj
,„,| lesluie.l mc to my old time belli.i,
„„ i strength, I un. sine I owe ihis
, nilrol)  m Dodd'S Kidney  I'IIIh."
Improving the Occasion.
\n Inspector ni Mhools wm. exam
,,,,,.. nn* s.h..bus ui a Weat Count)
,   , ,1 mnl tbOUgbl   In" WOUld linprnv.
: iccaalon with a small .'las* <.i glrli
(j, nverlng the following homily i
i mi,in ti, esp... luiiy hue ,ui,I raver
, ne,. your parents, and ab..v.* nil, n**i
,, nn,, tbem pain of any kind    Now
Ihere in.* two distinct   kinda ot pain
* ,i mnl phyalcal, and'  (address
 i tii.. children), ''Nelly Wai i
i ior instance, mi your rtilug In tbi
nun nm *, you found your fathei hi and
iii. nn ■ greal  pain,  you   would   b.
.,,;!,. in.uld you not?"
.sell) looked at her questioner, and
, i glibly:
i un i SBrry when father 'avu the
i, iu fact, I'm glad."
Llmi' '  exclaimed  tba  utomaued
,i     "Why, child, why ""
. ,,   then he can'l wear his boota
yo   i  ,). n I   live  In  clean   '.in'    - Tld
RHEUMATISM     AND     PARALYSIS.
Their Complete Home Cure.
Post   Free to  Riadera of  Thia  Paper
for Limited Period Only.
\   bandaoma   Illustrated   treatise,
living full description nf Ithciinatlsm
und Paralyltl, with inatrutih.ni for a
bome   cur.*,   describing  the
,tcaaiful   treatment   In   the
world, recommended by tin*  Ministry
rand by medical men.   This
ll itructlve book was written by
xi  ii v.i.o,  n   gentleman   wi.o has
; eclat study of tlnse ill I
ti,. preface la hy a graduate <>f the
inn.    •   of Wurtaburg.   Bend postal
I   v.ill    Will   receive   the   bonk
return.—*Address, Tim Venn
npany, 21  King Street West,
ii..  r■■ .itrait Painter <in deapali i
i   Bnd ii   Impoaatnle to pro
that win match > *
'iiiplcxiun
[tar  i without t.*s. iv. .    W< li
duiw the outtlnea to-day,
■ ii i . umi* nezl tlmo 1 '1 brir«
ii > oolora im  you.   Lippln
Magaalne.
$100 REWARD $100.
1 '.• i-*l,r, nt... • tMi[tf>r will 1* pl-MM-**. Ut Imra
U», Ibrn. ti .1 li-v, fit. drtMil-sl di-M*****.-*- 1...I wn-.Br*
t« i«*»u .iif u, t-iu-*- ib *li iu ittmM. ... ih*. 1,
CMsiffe,   lull • ,....-', . ,t« i. tb* ,i,'i pmitif*
t. now ...   • n In Ihi-   m*.lir«l fralMr.i.l,     CklArT*,
>' nf   B   ...li.ItUllODBl    .I...B,..    l-MlUilM   B   *-«"l»",l,«
-iMtui.i.t 11.11 ■ I BUrrh ,'ur* la Uh*>B IB-
l..u,l!> vntif *.,nsHl, ob Ut# t.li.i.1 BU,I n.s,..ua
•i-rl»r*« ... |b» ,trt,a th«,f.tiv d*»lni*>,n( tfct- ..-iin«
• tlh.4 MM, »**". u '.ng thi, |*llritl .n.nfUl
I nt .y lh# ,,„i.i i„i.,,n ,n-l_il-,!n, n.l«n
I. -HMBI   i. w,.rli,   T»n-   |.ei|.rlB,t.n h... •« oum*»
f. lh   ti   t.,.,r«t ...   ,..*.,* th.l It " -   nffi-f linp H«B-
_■"*-, l-*U«r*i for .ni .mi lhal It tad. Ui i*un>.   KbbI
•     ' tf«liiii. n al.
r. j.. urNEt * Co.. ioi»i... o.
tmniala a*>.
1.1a 11.11 , .am,I, pill, lor matlpMloa.
ni; d.-cr. .,, have
; lace   In    lectin yeara in tin*
"t candldataa   who   competi
loi «     * n ami i;ni clerkahlpi In ti..
ml office
Atk tor  MmjrU'a and take  no  other.
omewhai graaplng   habit,''
'■I s. nator  It.ii rows, In the com -■
* ut argument,   reminds me ..i
o dropped In tm* othei da)
,u bank.
.1 Um paying lellei
opene I ber poeketbook, look
<'. ami push..I ii under the
ting,
1    ■   this, please,' ihe mid.
Iiu .In.   paying   .elli i. nut i   on.
u iiu* cheek, puahed .'   ba< k
woman again.
I  ' mi i   ciihIi   II, tn:..lam.'  In*   ■ .ti i
I d in.'
ih.-re la my husbands signature
the woman aald, Bxclted'.v,
i know,' admitted the toller,
''" 'here  is nn nin..mil '
DU,   never   iiiiii,I   lhat,'   sail    the
Impatiently.   "(Mvs mc  what
■   .in- oyei   1,000 I...*.* lu'.-.s in
Sootland   nn •   Ireland   and
•   -ii.iii.sl in '.Ml establishments
■  ill ."li is announced at  Belfast
'I     "I    .Inn,es   Hull tut.    II    until.
I1 mit in.hue nml ii magistrate   foi
1 .unlj Migo.
H-nh n f  I'ii.ne  Vm.  Wiedi
"   It'ihn bus heel. scHlelnsI by the p..
i.e.. !-.i -luien lUverwars.
' •■' ■ v   eiuiiretti,   maker!   and   nlb.i-
''■"■ buried m il tlapn ..i a i. ...
.'it,* I,,, lory at  Havana.
Have You
a Friend?
Then tell him gbout Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Tell him
how it cured your hard cough.
Tell him why you always keep
it In the house. Tell him to
ask his doctor about It. Doctors use a great deal of it for
throat and lung troubles.
«i _*,*__*, tawMtiA.
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LARt)KAl  M I N I N(J JU.\rI KW, THOUT T.AK K CITY, B. C
Mummy at Auction.
.J/,"'"'"",      'I'1"-' •ullilllliillcd   hujy ul' a
'"""-' who lost bu nre g.000 yaari
»«o*m«hortlybeoftaredfor.al,at
BtlVini   uuctlou  rooms, In  Klu*.  Si
Covant Warden,
Tin.,    minor   waa    a subject or tho
nci.H, and death  overtook Iiiiii  while
he wai ai work in what Is now th,
'''""""l'l1"'  .'*. SI.ti-i, Atalnuilpu
Antofagaita, Chill, The body was
mummtfledbj tin* aotion of tbe oonper
oxide,
« nh tin* axoeptlon uf a mnull hole
iii iiii. head, the mummy is parted
and everything   feci, uandi ami race
*   beautifully preserved.     Bul  im*
bo l.v Is K n nearly all over I i tin*
iiciiou ..1 ihe copper oxide,
A mi' nmi two hammers made of
Kb.lies, tied wilh leather Itrapi iniii
a hem stick made up as a double
handle, were found un Ibe ground by
ilm miner'i side It waa wiih theie
stone hammers thai the miners wim
never learned iln* incrol nf working
 1     'Ml,ii l.il  the COpper, which   a.i
Miitie.l by ihem even mora than go) I
There li luppoied  in in* onl)  one
Othei 11111■-.   ut  this   kind  in  oxtll
.■iu*** ii was recently bought I'm
■*.,,..inii by tlm Central Park museum,
.Nen     Vull,
Kiep Minard's Liniment in the House
Prophets and  Patriarchs.
in,*   it. i    Bdward A  Korton,   ..t
li*.* i,.ii, iui.I tins si.-! | .ii ,i receni
banquet ol Lhe Anclenl nmi Honorable
Artniei> ('nini i      \ woman weni
marketing In Pan iui! Hull." said Hu
mlniitei    sin* Hopped, bei  a stall
ntn i.- wan   *!■ playi rt  t"«i :*'. aged
,i:    I"   s ■fill  almOSl    Ull* .lle.lllle       ,\Vll.l!
.in vi.u sell tlm ■ tm ■ enquired the
woman, wondi t m.r 11 tho proprietoi
would dare call them cbtckeni    "Wi
usually   sell   tin in  foi   pn'lu I,  iniitin.
was the i ii i  reiponu      ' I lh
the woman,   I thought they were pal
nan hs '—N. Y.    I'nl.uiie
NERVOUS  CHILDREN.
Sl. Vitus Dance, Neuralgia and Headaches Common   Among  School
Children.
» Vim- dance i- • diiem tin.' b
becoming more ...ul more Ireqoenl
among  school  children.      Vonng  i	
|,|e   till   Iln*   IIIIH*.   With   sillily   llllll   tb.
nerves ory nut- Bometimes thi
trouble   Ukes tin* lorm   nt   noun
!,, ul,, i.e.   nei mu*-   sahiuation, w. ik
. i  .in* limbs   ..ml   must lei,   ant
.,.,,,.  ,,,. call    being nu. down I.*
othei  '■■.->■- >'    * itm '!*'" ■ '    '
, Ji. ,,ii l  i it* sud.-if.   treqiu   I
nil oontrol nl ib"' limbi ■• 1* "I
„   ooniUnl    j.ikmu   .md   twitching
I'i  i.  ..uli   mi"    ..in   '"  <""■   ''"■
trouble   through he blood which leedi
,,,„! ..... .••!.. i - tin nerves     And Dl
Vt'illiams Pink Pillaare theonlj med
„,,,„- that can make the nea rich ■*
blood    that    leeda    tbe    nervea     and
tl s avery   pin   t t   the   bod)
|'|„. ,,, ,   ,i  I ;,.   ,,   IL,nr,   ol 1 imi Inn.i
Onl     proves   tha   val i   in     '*''
I*,,.).   I'ili       M.-    l>oan -*.!-
\     ,    Miple    "I     I'.ll -     I Ighte*
Klossie mi- dangerouslj afflicted ndh
St. Vitus .Un.**    Bha I*" *'" • •" "*'rv*
  ih.ii  itt. i  .i time  »<  ••■"■I
bei   sea even  bei   friends     Bhe
not  pnk up i di ■■    ■'
 ke an)   moven • nl  lo help hersell
si,.* bad tutu., thin un.l i.er) i •■ *
.,,,,1 at   1 I bad be. n treated l>)   •
..  a ithoul  benefit,  I  leated *-b.
i .nd noi reoovei A Iriend adviset.
„„. t„ L-ne hei In WiltuiM i ink
1'ills   and an-.   I»- h-,.1 "-•"'I * ooupli
,i boxes I "...l'l -•■ that the) «•"
holping bei V\'i n»>" bei """' !'"*''
in all. ind in tha, t.n*'- dw «"" I"'
i,.,*il, well ind . " rj lymptom "i ilu
trouble bad pawed awaj and the u
„ .., , itrong   well developed girl
It   mm   cit.iiiiiii children  a'*-  weak
,„  nvrvous   n the)    are pale indI tni
ppettte oi oomplain ..1  heada. I••
  he   glVI   them   Dr.    \\ lllli.lu-
1'ink   IMI- ..»..  see   bun   speedil)    tni
,„ i,   ,,,i  blood tin*-* I dl- make  will
,,,.,   them   into   '.'inl'**     "'"'•'
•   Imivi  ..ml   girla,     nm   can    nd
these pills Irom nnv meditlne dealei ...
hi  mail ..'  '• nta I box oi us box"
fo, tl mi I,, writing I'be Dr. V,illiami
\l„ h in.. in . Brockville, Ont
Occult Phenomena.
II  who '..ke an interest i |<
,,h,.,„„„.*,ui mil Bnd much to then
!,   .. ,.,    the      A ."..I-   •!•»   *-"■■'.•''■>
Psi.h. .!..-.•        ju-t    published,    ii
which   are   reported     evera    stranii,
„,, a. .*■■  which   ' "     '"'"
S.un.ii  in parated Irom Bwedel
in, N„v 1- nsl , »'■ are told, aniitn
bei   .a  ..il...*.*- were assembled  in  tni
ball  "i  tin* (Wi '   Akciluis   wail
,„!, t,„ Kin-* Haakon to make Im
ontry      Buddenlj    ■   cricking   noia.
was  h.n..I and   b**lore   an)     '"'ll'
turn around,  H-length portrait ol
Kink i>- in te" '»» ,l"' "*V '" '
il,„„ The pieture wm lucked up on
hurt, bill the crown on .lie top ol Hn
train.* un- smashed to atoms
\ fee .Im- afterwards • receptioi
wm  I,*..." held  al   the  hot.K.pi   Mi
III  ■' 11'"" J1""*'
and the gu<  "  '■'" ' ""„','i
clent al   Ucihns   S ■.....* -a"l "'•"
einl.n.'i  the I satno mill- needed n
pairing,   uhen   suddenly   a   hi- * ""
marble burf    nl    King   ■>-.**'     wh c
s.,,,-,1   hei......   the   windows   ol   th
room, fell lo the floor a^was broken
toplecea Beveral othei occurrencea ol
, like ...,..,.    reported, and .ben
,*,„, I .sun '•'  'I "   ""
faith ui thi    Anii.tli-
v   Bucceuful   Medtclm    Bvorytmi
ccoilful III  uuy   Ull  "*!
Uklngln which be ma) engage- «»
therefore, exiremel) ^W"*'?!,
1.1*.,,,tn tuts   ol    Parmeteei vegi taoii
'*       ,    iiiimv   that   their ettorta to
,   pn.iiui ;. medlclni   which   would
„.,,, aucceaiful   beyond their .*
Utlona.   Tha   endoraatlon   ol   theei
Siub) IhepoblloUajwarantoetha
_,„ ll;;s |,,,.„  1,11 induced which will
(i,i„i Bveryttrlng claimed tor it.
Mark   Twain,   ul   ■'   'I'1"1"'-   "'   N,"V
york    told   u itoo  ""»' bu U,UT"
„m„  nl   Hannibal.   Missniirl,
..,,„„,. ...,, m tha world," he aald,
«.   nnd many    "   »«• ■ll-,":'"
Bcarhofough of  Hanntbal.
•Bcwborough   wai   one of   ibok
,,„,„    wim   nothing   cul nbsuiut iy
•*"!''"',""r   .i,,,,,..!,!   of   Bcarborough
'"  *" I,, „ he an* too much
inni. for a poor mon.ni .
,h::.^7-:;.v.,'.ii'i.-''iii'''ri,ii-
**;*.' U.Lh.oUC8Werbo'rnwh
., chicken, und •'""'' ',,,    •
waa about, r.i '""M lll*:"
.IVs,,,,.i,v,,ii,.bu.H'-^;s^;
1 1 il io «real that the colon)	
[ng  f,,.   i.tym men  imin nun"
work .... oonatructlon.
RELICS OF FAMOUS QUEEN.
Chain Und by Mary Queen of Scoti
Ownid ky a Winnlpig Man.
Two of the orlgluul sut of uiue
chalru composing the bedroom sot ot
Maty I'lieen of Bcotl durlnn her eighteen yieri of Imprlionmint in Pother-
uigay oaatla, are in Winnipeg
The nriles have been In tha poeaeeaton
ol nn Bngllah family for generatlona,
imve followed ii member ..r ih.* family
minis in Canada, and hav.* gone, like
..iiier family balrlooma, to pay tha
debti accumulated by tha young man.
Iiu* .hairs nn* nun in the possession
ol   It.   A.   DoUglBI and arc*  itored  In
Um w. (i. Doug.ai ice,I store, Prlnceai
ami Jamea itreeti,
On May i:i, LB08, Mury Queen of
Scuts was taken to POtherlngay caatla
charm'i wiih complring agalnal tha
life ui Kii/.aheih of Bngland. inning
her h.ng imprlionmenl in the oaatle
awaiting tha nun which Bnally de-
. reed that she should die, all of Urn
i.ncn m furniture   ol   the   luxurloui
im  nmined Intact     Bome time
nfter   the   death   of Mary Queen  ol
Scuts ii  raid  win made un  the ensile
in  iiu* anceiton of tlie family who
have held possession nf the furniture
nni man) other rellca tur ao many
i* ll . nnd many or ll.c palulings, sii
vi Ware un 1 plate were rilled from
tbe castle, The bedroom iel wns among the inn.Us itolen from the caatlo.
Sena ol ih.* piecei are now held by
Hn* Countoaa of Warwick In England
and t'u* two iii Winnipeg are the unly
known miles ..r tha tntnoua prlioo of
nn* Scotch queen known to be n.ir-
sub* ui the Atlantic,
Anthony Babolngton was aeon led
m being Implicated In th.* plot with
Man      Um Of the chairs heals a   T.
ii    iu deep carvi d lettera,    Whether
this he lhe Initial nf the fauin.ls Ton)
II,ilihingi.il. Is not known Am.ther
chair hears "K It." which is tlin.iglil
!. Mi Douglai to mean Kli/:ibeih Ke-
giu.i.
*i   antique rellca the dmi™ ara ..f
high   value   They   are   insured for
|1,000, and  ll  was only  recently thnl
the loiiniess of Wai wick offered a lab-
Ions price for them su that  she cuiild
complete ber iel ll seems, however,
thai ii was unly when iianie Fortune
playi t tills,- with the unfortunate
member ol the Engllah family thai be
was willing to part with any ut the
article!   thai   had   i n bald for n
manv yeara by his family.    The chi.ii-
i.r.* blackened by age Parte ol them
.tu* crumbling away to wormwood,
and tbey are only held together b)
in nni**' can lul handling. A mere
• i ai tin* I'lics of 'he beautiful
queen seems to recall to the
mind itm tragedy thai marka one ol
in, s,„|,iest pag-s of Bngllah btatory
I in- :.g, bla. kened wood, tne warping band carve i Bgun i team to bring
,i w.it. ni tragedy and uf prtaon gloom
as it they too ha I playi I ■ email pat'
in the hte of the fair prlaoner. ,
The   eflica.y   ..I Btckle'a Ami Con
in* Synip in curing COUghl and
.-..ids and arreating InBammatlon ol
ih.. lunga, can be aatabllabe i b) bun
dredi ol leatlmontali from all aprt
and ..iuliii.il*- Of men     It is a slatid-
ard remedy In theee allmenti and all
affection! of the throat and lungs    It
,    bl)  i* • 'inni* nded by   mi
vendon, becana.   the)  i now and appreciate Ita value ai .< curative
"Will Return Early."
Mr. It.......l.*i .t.i.'. iiy *   Do >".. re
number, .l.*»r. inning ..." ••..urti.-:
di .- h.m I u-el to i,ll von the   "old
•'• **'"'* '
\|,-   I! l.-i    Yea.   and   VOU    Rt.ll
tall me tha "old, .•!■! atory
Mr   Roundel   nn lurprlael—When,
learl
Mi- Rounder Wh.*.. yon itart Im
the club    Chicago Sawi
Minaids Unlment <"", Umltod.
Yarmouth N s
.;. mi, in. n    In January laat, Fran
cis l.cclure. nne of .he ui. U .•liiplnycl
in me working In the lumber wooda,
in.d i tree fall on htm crushing htm
tearfully He waa, when found, placed
mi a aled ami taken hum.*, where
ri.ii.* fe.ns wer.' entertained f"r lu-
recoverj tu- btpi being badl) brulee I
and in- bod) turned black frnm his
lllM ,„ ,l!s tee)    We ueed M1NARD-
IIMMI'.NT   nil   llllll   freely   in   deaden
in,, pain mil with it..* use nf   three
hullles   lie   "A.ls    Completely   Cllre.l   alld
able '.. return to his work.
BAUVRUR DUVAL
l-llgin Road, 1-l*-b't <'"• y1"'*
hall ,,    ..       ..   ■
in paradise  muml New   torn
Tubuna
\ carefully Prepared PHI. Much
lime an.l attention were expended in
th,. experimenting with 'he Ingredl*
enu   thi' enter inn. th.* compoaltlon
,,, |.;,,„i,:,*, - Vegetable i'llls before
,|„,i     were    brought   t"  the   state   In-
which nni w''r'' ,lls' offered to ties
public Wh.itevci other pllla may i.e.
I'nineie, s Vegetable Pllla am the re
sun ,.f .nut h expert itudy. and all per-
■oui infferlng Hum dyapepata ur .ns
ordered hi" ■."■! kldnejfa may confl
,1, n'li ae Pt tbem as being whal they
,,,,. repreaented t" be,
ntn   sit,ihi.   i»t    theatre)   John, I
think  U    Ml.age   lh.lt    you   should
,.,,„„. in between the got! wiping jroui
mnil-tliehe. ...
M,     sinl.i.   All right. Maria, next
time 111 leave the foam on it,     II >""
don'l oaro, I don't.   Chioafri News.
Suniighi Snap Ih better than other
snips hui Is besl when used in the
Bunlighl wai. Hny Bunlighl Snap
nmi follow dlrectlona.
Indian Head In.s been made the »ub-
iliaiiiet headquarter! of the Royal
Northwest Mounted police.
\ new feiilll/.er made In Norway
irom nitrogen In the atmoephere at a
very low ensl lu provlUK very valuable
to plants.
DODDS '
fKIDNEY
j^ PILLS .
1   H\\VsNicl
When you plan your meals you
never think of bread, yet you alwayi
have it, and if it is left off the tabic
it is the first thing that is missed.
Vou can live without bread, hut
you can live without any olher
food with less hardship—think along
these lines and the absolute necessity
of bread comes home to you.
And because it is a necessity, iti
quality should be thc best—quality in
bread depends largely upon the flour.
Royal Household Flour
has convinced the women of Canada
that it is the best for pastry as well
It for bread.
Try Ogilvie'a Royal Household.
Your grocer recommends it, because
It gives such good results.
Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Lid.
Mnnlrral.
"Ogtlvit*! IttNik fur | dink." eon*
tain*. 130 pages of excellent rectpei,
Hume never piibli-hi'tl before. Your
gro. er cun U*ll j *ju how to net it l'UKK.
164
Incident* of the Moicow Revolution,
ll uas impossible to go quietly about
you- bunin-aas, even in those, parts ol
Un, city where than bad been no d.»
turbanoea, A dozen times u duy you
were peremptorily ordered to stop,
and  hud  to  submit     to    an     otten-iie
.«■..!' li by mole or leal drunken loldiert,
This, oi cuius... did noi trouble tbo ip-
•urgenti, aa there   were   not   en..ugh
soldiers to search nt  every   street   . m
uei   umi iluise ivho curried armafound
it p..s-il.le, almost   without  exception,
to avoid the patrols.    Hut il you were
iii ii hurry to gn anywhere you weri
sine  in be  held up two or I III ee tin,, ||,
J  mis Marched twice in  two minutei
Lord Strathcona on Western Canada
in the special Canadian number ol
the London Financier ami  Bulllonlsl
Is published -in im.■resting Interview
wllll   l.nrd  Siiaihcunn.  in  the cuiirs.
uf which the High run,.nis loner iayn
•| am pei sun.illy acquainted -intim
aieiy    acquainted—with the Weatern
Stir, s nl the Republic, as well as will.
the Northweat of Canada. I can aaj
irnm peraenal knowledge that th.
capacity of the latter foi growing
cerean and other cropi is greatei
than tbat ot tbe country farther loutl
it Ik a well-known tact that, othei
condition! being equal, tbe furthei
north cereals are   grown,   providing
they  have time in mature   before  tin
winter, the better the quality. The)
grow falter owing to rin* longer pei imr
of sunshine they get iii the h
latitude Thia is thoroughly undi r
itood and admitted. Forty yeara ago
tin* northweat of Canada—whal wai
iinn caned Prince Rupert'a I_nd—
produced   no    foodatuffa.   TM   few
whites who wen*  limn  m  the einplni
of the Hu isuiis Hay Company im*
ported   everything   they required in
the way of food.      Hour,  meat, hiH
ruiia, butter, and even poultry and
eggs were brought in from K,
. .iiiii,...i and the United sta'es. And
that same count!*) now known ns
Mam'..tm. Baekatchewan, ikailnlboli
and Alberta—is   now   producing over
100,000,000 hush.'Is a year Of cereal!
With  regard   to Immigration  l^n**l
sm.in."mi suid   "Here tn Bngland it
a man is of thai s'aiiip that when bi
geis th,. opportunity to woik he
not   it be won't nr cannol wdi *
1' n-t be may have relatione or frienda
or lomeone who may taae an Int.
In bin ol sniin* s..ii. bin iii Canada
such a man would hav.*   no   chance
There, if a n,.m won't work when hi
has the opportunity, In* goei down—it
1s    all    over    With him.Nun  to induct
people  of   thai   am I to -.. would be
cruelly.   There is room In ilc Dom
Inlon ol Canada for millions of wnrk
cis. but  inu  fur  one idler."
Minard'i Liniment used by physicians
Th.* -Iniii sociologist looked properly
■upercilioUB.
■*My gutsl woman," be  asked,   ".le
vou    believe    ill    the    ll ll. p|i.llg-|MlM     [ol
wife  heal* is'r"
"Naw," sai.I the  muscular matron,
■hit   I   believe  III  til.' lu.spllal  lur any
mi.* beitei   ilu.i   tackles  me      Brook
lin   Eagle.
Have   ynn   ui.* i Holloway'a Corn
fin*..'.'   li has n pial fnr removing
these       |r..Ul.h siillm       e\cl esell.es       l.S
many hav.* 1"*sliti.*.| win. have tried it
Superior.
Every ....,* I.a- a point ni viei  ia ■
sen.ms nuiiihsl  young  Engliali  woman
found nut when   -In*   pro| ded   to
some nm king girla a scheme l<u
Sli.ik. p. ..i  reading      "Hamlet"'   mi*
tu be the hl-l   topic,  ami  she dealt nut
in the g r|s some copies ami awaited
oommenta. The Brat came from a girl
belonging to that  im mouse  army   ol
iiiiukiulilers''  so Familiar tn   nil   Ire
ipiellttls   id    Hulking   gill-'   clubs,    "Oh,
I  know tin- well,    -In* said in a sm
pel-UN*  tulle.    "ItealK -'"   sai.l   tl.e   gl ill I-
lieti   teacher,   "is   ii   wour   favorite
play'.'" The girl looked at her pitying
ly. "Lor1 I am'i read il," she Chuckled; "nc stuck tin at inn* place: I've
'ml 'niidreils through my 'anils.
'Aiiilei :-   Suk  In delta nl    ini!"    New
York Tribune.
,,'inniin,,.   ,,    ,,i     ,.... ..     ...
Thuinas' Bclectrlc I'll would be nf
much better service he would throe
away his UdlOW and puck a lew bullies uf on iii his knapaack. Then
is nothing like It.
The Necenary Equipment.
"How do you know that y.'U will
ever altain great wealth'.'" slernly
asked the girl's father. "Sir. confidently replied tin* stiltnr. '"1 am both
deeply pious and thoroughly unacrup
uluus lake   her,  my   buy.   and  be
happy."—Loulavllle Oou**ter Journal.
Of Its Absolute Purity and Delioious Flavor
I!
!!
at   the   Iheiia.i   .nil.
Another  ti.ni
I   iias   rid.i.k  along   the   lanntlel-kiiui
mill a friend,   mr  sleigh   e*» sinp*
ped   llllll    lie    both   llllll   l.l   gel    out. A
young   officer,   having   searched   the
sleigh      I     suppose    lul     bombs     iillnued
my Iti.-ml lo get iu again.
lie then turned to me and began
rather nervoualy to search me. Hy
chance I had a large pipe in my
pi.el.et, uml through my heavy over-
mat it mi/Jit have looked like a revel,... II.- cried i.ui an order, and
three soldiers with fixed bayonets rush-
ail to protect hnn. My friend told me
alt.•,,, i,i,ls thai I looked like
Hu* staiui* .,1 Arnold von Winkleried |
gathering In ilu* lancea nt the Austri
and ii i 1 ing nnv lur liberty. At
iln* tn.... she wis ih.....uglily  Frighten
.* I,   ii-   s|„.  11.,,ugh.   lhal    I   might   lime
. revolver.   I   didn't    have   time   t*
think al.ui.1 statins. I wil in tillering
.i he'her thi soldiers wore soborenongb
in •canh i o firsl nr »bother thej
would, a- ..ii'ti happened, shoot Brat.
..ml search afterwaraa, I bad in stand
there "hands up." while iln* officer unbuttoned mv overcoat and gingerly
plllled    "Ut    the     pipe.     This     iliei.le.it
inul its humor, but more often their*
i,b"i nothing ... laugh at.**—Albert  Ed-
.* ai ;-.  iu  Harper's  Weekly.
An Anonymous Letter.
A certain congressman trom Virginia ha- lun;*; retained in hi- employ ..
colored man hy tin* nan,.- nt Eaekiel
One iiii.ruing the master left tin* llotlS.
leaving   behind   him a   letter  In*   had
forgotten,   •"•nine  time  iu   the  altelliuiili
he   remembered   the   communication,
and a- n im- ui sum.* importance In
hii-ieiied  hack home, only   in lind that
the letter mi- nowhere to be seen in
the library. He had a distinct recollection that the letter Inul been let'
mi a   table.      He summoned   Eaekiel
ami ii-ked him il he Iiml seen the letter.
Ve-s.ih.   yo'  let'   it   nil   yo'   table.''
"Then  ii lien* is it   nuii r"
"I  mailed it, salt."
''Vun mailed iti Why. Zeke, I had
not pn' the mime .mil address nn th.
envelope I
li -     -ti lahl 1   thought   it  Hns nne i
tlein annonymoui lettera.'— American
Spectator.
SALADA
CEYLON GREEN TEA
IS RAPIDLY TAKING THE PLACE OF JAPAN.
Lead    Packets    Only,    40c,     50c,    and   60c   per    Ib.        At   all   grocers.
Highest Award St. Loula 1904.
Mi.*   (Indignantly)—stop, sir!   You
shall   mu   hiss   me  again:   How   rude
you are!  Don'l you know any battel .
ti.* (cheerily)    I haven't k.ss.*,i .*v
• ti   girl  in I.nvu, il  is true, but as fin
.is I hav.- gone I certainly don't know
ii...   better.—Wataon'a Magazine.
Wile—Your were talking in your
-leep la-t niiilit, dear. Why do you
|st-is!   in ilmng it P
Husband—IukhI I.unl. Marie, a man
ought tu be allowed to talk sometimes
oughtn't be? —The Bohemian
ASTONISHED THE DOCTOR
Physician  said She Might Drop Dead
at any time.
"Tin* Doctor told
me I had heart dla*
case an 1 was liable
to drop on the street
at any time," aaya
Mrs. Robert Eaton,
of Duflerln,  Ont.
"I was afraid to
draw my breath, It
pained me so. I was
nervotia, short of
breath, had dizzl-
Mrs. Robt. Eaton nesa, loss of appetite, smothering an.l sinking spells, and
I could not sleep.
"Sometimes I would have to He
down to keep from falling. My hands
nnd feet would seem to go to sleep
and a sort of nutnhneBs would come
ull over me.
"I began using Dr. Leonhardt's Anti-
Pill. From tin- start I improved. 1
teel much stronger, look better, and
altogether Anti-Hill haa made a new
woman ol mc.
"1 am entirely cured."
An dealers or the Wilson-Fyle Co.,
Limited. Niagara Falls. Ont. C04
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and Foreign Cheques
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System   of   Sending    Money   to   any
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t'urchaser is given a receipt, an.l if
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Local osenta.
An Irishman unci* met an Englishman who had an artificial leg. Being ..I a sympathetic nature, Pat en
quired tin* cause ot tin* loss of the
limb, it In input! the Englishman said:
there «.i- some Irish blood in my body
"A -hint time agn 1 discovered that
there mi- some Irish bluo.1 in my body
.nil that it had se ed in Ilu- leg. s,,
I hud it cm nil.'' '"lis a pity it didn't
settle in your head, " came the quick
iei.ut.   Troy Times.
Savored of the Truth.
That's ni lie." remarked the man
with the newspaper.
"What*! in. her' ' queried the othei
panv in the dialogue.
"This paragraph tu e effect thai
'iii-e men are inure often wrong than
fools are right.' "   answered the other,
Chicago Neiis.
Three plumbers rubbed a mall on a
Knii-ns t ui street car. It is not good
form  lur plumbers tn rub people ....  a
si left     car.      llullhltT    Nells.
Beecham's
Pills
When luck ot appetite is caused by
overeating, take Beecham's Fills
to relieve the feeling of heaviness.
When a sick stomach takes away
all desire fur fund, use Beecham's
Pills. They invariably tone the digestion and
Create Good Appetite
Sold Everywhere.    In boxes 'J."i cents.
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GOOD  MATERIAL
GOOD WORKMANSHIP
and Qood Wearing Qualities
When Buying OVERALLS,
PANTS. VESTS, SMOCKS,
or   WORKINGMEN'S SHIRTS
Sm that esoh article bears >
label Ilka above
Insist on Getting
"King of the Road" Brand
And Take no Other
The   Dungeon  of   Naples.
While   Working  Under  the  street level
i.i th<* Arch ni Aliun-i. d'Aragonathe
workmen name upon a sort nt cellar,
a hich opened ..ut into ;. series nf small
chambers, opening ...it un to gillerioa
\ll were strongly buill ol stone, ami
in the .Inn light tbe explorer! were foi
a Inn*: lime at :i h.ss hnii tu explain
the mystery. It waa revealed at last
by th.* aid ..I oandlea, which exhibited
nn  the  walls   pule   draw inns   nml   de
spoiling invooal ns   for   Divine  «i<l—
en.Icntlv   Hum   men    in    prison,    -niiu
doomed in death ami others in hopeless oonfinomont. Chance had I....unlit
t,i light those sbodes ul horror ami
mi-civ. the underground dungeons ..I
ih.* old kingdom   nl   Naples.   London
111,die.
Where Joy Elbowed Sorrow.
Hans Is u German resident nf K.asl-
ern Pennsylvania. Recently limine, his
wile hy death, his urlof and loneliness
knew  no hounds.      After  twn  weeks
ni mourning he 'made another match.'
Ills friends, according  to lhe ciistntn
nf the country, aurprlaed blm by a
roualng oaHthumplan serenade Ham
ItOOd ibe racket as long as he pnssihly
COUld, and  ihen  opening  lhe window,
iu i....es ..r greateal disnust called oui i
Tnys. ain't  ynn ashamed    lull    y.iur-
v.iursclfs in make such a nolae; ami
vttsl si. sum ii funeral."—LlpplnciU's
Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend
It   is eonlidetitly  expooted   Hint    the
Dreadniught  will be   ready   for   her
stenm iiiiii gun trials iii October,
Ambassador Roid   denies   that   the
plans nt the liiillleship Dreidnillght
were stnleu and r.nl.1 to thu United
Hlales. 	
Tin' fact thai Ureal Britain lends
the world In fast railway rims Is remarkable when 11 Is tnlien inlo coii-
ilderiul.m thai there Is far more traffic nn  Britiah than on American and
oontlnantal ronda.
I'i..a the Argonaut: Wh... thoemi
nent Wu Ting Fang wa*- ('lun.-.* min
liter ai Washington In- mis the guest
nl honor nt one ol 'lie leading clubs
where I..* made an address, and mis at
terwai'ls entertained l.v somo ol th,
younger members, who th..unlit il
would he greet tun ...net iln* oriental
diplomat intoxicated. 'Ilnv plied Inn
uith champagne, highballs ami hci
until ah.int 11 a.m.. by which time musl
nl  lhe clubmen were  maudlin, (unl  II
n   i unifier,   Mr.   Wn   lurveyed   the
crowd ami -ui.1 -uavclv. iii bis perfect
English: li I didn't know the club
n.is composed entirely ol gentlemen!
sluuili!   say   that   Hill   follow!   Here   try
ing to nd me .hunk." The senion
adjourned very shortly thereafter.
The Doilgner for June is alrearlj
hinting ..I vacation days. Mary Ril-
svth contributes an interesting article
"A   ('amp  ill   the   Woodl,"   nn.l   l.nuin
It. Starr oneon'The World's Children
at Play," while the vacation Biigjjes*
li.m department supplies two practical
outline! for spentim** a Fo**, week*
pleasantly and inexiensively. That
bright little love itory ol .. wilful
maid,   "A   By-Path   in   Altnnia."   bj
Susie   Ili.Ufllclle   Wight,    cullies     to     I.
happy   termination   in   this   number,
while "The Interest of Bread Win
tiiu-r." series continues in an excellent
hint on "The Travelling Photograph
er."
The   Need   for  Clean   Men.
if one were to go to the Prealdent
of the Butted Statei and aak him to
nam. the country'! greate8t ne. 1 be
would  reply   in   his quirU.  conclusive
way. "Clean men." Ho knnws. Smart
men Ihen* are I.y  the iliniisaiids; rich
men abound more than In any other
age ol tbe world; able men arc found
in every atate ami townablp, bul even
from u population of eighty mtlllona
tbe chief executive bus difficulty In
finding uie man of exceptional character tor a P"si which requlrea a
■quaro nnd tiuwL'ss morality, it is
in ins credit ihai he misses no opportunity to preach clean manhood. Hut
neither presidents nor preachers nor
teachers can do tbe work ol tnthera
except In their own tamt..ea, We do
not mean to undereatlmate the mar-
velloua iniiueiiee ui the mother, tn
must lands men who reach success
give their mothera the credit "All
that i nm i ..we to my mother," sni.l
Lincoln,   "it was you who taught me
In   Willi*   sii.   dear   mnther."   said   tin*
crabbed Carlyle. We gel om* moral
qualltlea from .»ir mothera, mu* mental from our rathera, say the phyalol-
Dgleta, nnd  ai  W8  look  back we  lind
tins maternal affection the loveliest
thing on earth, Bul isn't there ■
conviction down .ici" in our iouIi
that we should bava dona mucb bet-
tar if our lathers had taken lime and
trouble   to   share   our   coni'id. lies   in
the yeara tbat counted moat?—From
the  Pi'iiiieutor for .lun.'.
EVERYGARIHENT GUARANTEED
_  '
Wilsons
FLY
PADS
ONI I'A.'KKT HA9
ACTUALLY  KILLED
A BUSHEL OF FLIES
Bold by all Druggists and General Store!
and by null.
TEN CENTS PER PACKET FR.M
ARCH DALE WILSON,
HAMILTON*. ONT.
Mackenzie  ,.   Mann lite cniitt'inpliit
ine; n grain lino from the Prench river
iii Ottawa, iii connect win. the Great
Nml hern.
a inrgp quantity of exploilvea wns
foynd lu the poaaeaaton of the anarch
Isls whn were arrested nt l.niriiliiuc
nnd Ohargtd with heliiK In n plot to
nHHiiHSlnnte Kniperor William.
The ntlier .lay two good-looking old
ladies entered a prominent bank.  Oni
ni  I hem  n anted  a  cheque cashed.
"Bul," -nin the cashier. "1 dnn't
know you; you'll have tu i;.*l snmcuiu
to identify ynn."
"My friend, here, will identify me,
said the la.lv.
"But  I .Inn t   know   your  friend,
said the cashier.
"Well,"   said   the   lady   with   a with
ering imile," I'll introduce yon."—
Pudge.
A   stnty  nl   Keir   llaiilie,  the   l.ab.n
member ui Parliament, is recalled in
En [land. Re went into the library
ni the lb.use ut Common! where he
Mas intercepted by i policemin.
"Are you working here, tnatef"
uke I the officer
•■Yes."
"(In  the  rooffwhioh   was being  repaired nt the time,
"No, on tlm floor."
Granger- How did he make all his
nn mei '.'
Klmmina—Smoking; ho wits the
greateit imoker in America.
Granger—•Dry up, Klmmina; you
can'l  lnnk.. money by smoking.
Klmmina—He did. He amoked
limns.—Tha American Spoctntor.
Hk THt 5I0N Of Tltt nSH
ImmlSmZl
has itood for thc 6E3T
durinj   Mvtnty yun of
tncrtoiin-* uki
Rmember this wbto/ou nent witii*
proof oiled coetii iuiu. tat». or hone
goodi for all kinds of wit work.
mcuAiAKnttnarcAMNT. »i
TOWtl (AlUlUM CO.Urn I0IONT0 CAH
A"Dye"
Soap!
pi     Maypolr U r rake of *n«p that    *-***l
..y-.ii lo uuy uenired color or ihfttle
P*m ou* the world over for brilliant,
(■it, clean, economical, e«»y. aafe tyctl|
Ht home. Atouperior tothcold FuMoMa
"powJer,,dy-'» aa gold la to braaa.
Maypole Soap
toe Inr Color*— i;c for Blsck.  All drnlerl
or F. 1.   MiNKl'lCT & Co.,  Hill ,,i.
Kinii Alfonaa wil nol   see   Princeu
Bna iiuain until she an ne*   in  Ma.It id
for the marriage to take place mi tha
first of June.
The lookout uf duck liibiirers who
took part In the May Dav demonatra*
tion   at   ll.im1.iirn   is    being    strictly
maintained.
W    N    U  No.    588 Bs
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THL JLAR.DEAU MjftftiC '
REVIEW.
J-1'i'li.t.iil u. trout I.ukui ity, huq HiimMu-.i
at ' tfrgur.n and 1'rout bat!evertTliund.ty
•   i   i_lll"r  in-   mi   .ild   lll.l.mil   i'-|..ii.
rbicf i, .hi" tr.ii.it,ns of cirrcspundeutsex-
• profiled In It* oolurana
All locals Bill I ■ en i* • 1 111 iui llll" ' .
cm.is per line, flrsi inieroi.li, '.nd 1(1 <ieiiu ...*,
Iln* each subKu'iuent luiirtlon
1*.•rriinr.il* I'.*.in-.-in and    un  a tverl.aii.il
ll ip I e iiiii !       mi.i.n tei   *u pUt i*i "i"    it'.',
Ij.iuse. i*.|n.ii *.*.'.nu a 11 ii,   Iii •iiiv.iiii'i
XOTIf'E
Alice mineral claim ait.nt'ii in ti*.
*1 .unl I.ike n ii divlalon ni We-i
Kooienny di»l let
\i   ,, i'i. Im* in    ■  1 le -iiinmri nf   - ilicr
Cup mountain ai In ad ei Brown creek.
lake not ice lhal I. Andieii .\l i iham
■..in F.M C.  No. H8«;ik8, agent Iui Joli
t..   l'iper.    F.M.T!.   No.   B8&071,   Rjii
Charlea    Abrnhaiiipon,    I*'..M.i'.    N>,
! Ii.---i.i72,  intend, sixty •dnya Irom ll«
•date      hereof,     to     applv    In      Iho
'Mining Heeorder for  h Certiflfii.   ..I
Imvrovcmeula, tor the purpusu oi oh-
l.l ning  a  Cr-.iiii lirant  ot  tin*   nhovi
claim.
And further ink.* notice that net inn,
ui ilcr seel i 17,  mull   lie   ..n.i.iciire.1
he1 ne llie issiiinu i t'eir'lieale nl   llll-
priivei.i'enls.
I luted ihis ft I i. dm nf June, i u. l"i*.i
Nni leu ig li *i     v   'iv ".-ll it   hv.i
months afior ila el in Sn 111 in 'k<
«|.  i.culi.ii ii. the 11,... I'll 'I t .....
l..j-s..u..*r    1 l.i.ml- ui   .  Wmi, • b r
ii ape.iai liwue    i" oul m ■' .■■> i*•
llllll)'    llllill   r     ft..'        ' he    foil    IVUip
ilcsciil.e.l   inn is  ait .'ie I ub.un   }
ol a ...ilu f•«till ih •   r   ul .   a'*'.ie     I
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
V"..'.*.i vS
C , .i i.ieis entered int.. for paokine of Ml..inv Piun-ltee. eer
I.   ni,' polol ..; 'hn diat.i■■'..
t.     I   pn.i.ij tne. nc, and any work un leriaKen KUaiHiiluetl
n.ii.-iii.liiry.
Triil. t   I.*.
,11.1       il'lln'    2    in
ftoui   0 i r .rn,   c tin     inn   .:   a
poat itinrkeii ,1   11   Kennedy'., N.I .
cornor ptiM  i    * .*>• n e-   SU i'Iihi  -.,
t       lllff-Ollli. 80 L'llft'tl       t.nl  C     * .1    '
Ml eliuii'H, i!.e ce  ' * rn. 80 uhaim
in | * ini .i e ...iiii i.eeuu ■■'.
D-ileil llih rn Mnv. l!*'Hi
J   l». Khnnkuv
I'*      \    It        r    iuei:
IS. DANEY, Prop.    Ferguson.
LAiVL_VIbVv   riU t i_L lxoxu lall
'I KtH'T [,VKK» B.O. CLuU.Cl
Bar w*_l! Supplied wilh Lle?uo<*s -5. Cigars ra *-*»
_■___ _. *_. *
l.lll_l.- Collllul llll.ll   li' '  I' ' .      Kx.     :'    1  M 'r.i- 'l.l   .u.n   All ....f.
9
Legal-Noticee.
CKBTIF10ATK8 OP   IMPBOVBMI IT.
NfVI'lOK
i\. ri,niii. I nm   Kin miner"' ell1
* inai. in    ie 1   luki -**1'*"'*; '"u"
)|i i'i nl   i'i i ,•'  lv •  i.i ..*
U „, ic    In, ue,i :   lie...I * I I .1"' •' *"•'■*•
rak.'.l'.iiee i'.in I   .   V, ,i hU ii, free
iner'i  <*.    Illcntc  Sn, HS-HH,   ""' n■'
l„*,,l a-,i.,*.,I   In* S.   •.    ""I1"'1    " '
,    \., Ill ..'<      Bruce   U hili ,   ' i
,,   .      i.   Hid-, I m.e, N   HSI**' "
al , ii ua - ai er d • u hereof, I ■ h
he 'Iui* hei irdm  urCertltlcau ■<.
■nni. uieiiti f.n ihe purpi uhtaln*
. ,*i,.« ,i irrnnU ol lhe nh ive I'lniii.*1
\, ,1 1 it     Hit    take    Until!.    I tl."    	
,,|e,   Beer . .,   Hi     llllsl    III'   C*    ' ' '
■.,.,. the it-HI llllll l'l     •■>'''■      t .
..,*.,. i.e  . *       Dated the   I    'Imi ul
l»'«J    •*""li'Q0     ,. iv   CHSM
|lv us nn  Water au] plied  bv the
l ,,. ||   ..."   \..ll 11 ri    as  ll"''1 "f   '''•
j;N",     I,, ii -ll n llil AI aly*4i ,
t.. ten k  Hi   ItUtUilll Ut"
Snot.
■ -*»^.*-»>
E. R. VIP
Trout Lake Liven,
Freightiftg
1 acking
RawhidiKB
A bTl'EciAl.TV 6
Stables nt   licit Uit
fladden & Levesque
Props.
Hugh McPinnson
,    1sr*Kr1vtvi*tvttl*tv1*^ IVlVti
B___________
IS
*•    Notice ie ..,■>■• '.y giwn il.ai iwn
mon thi after >iaii' 1 intend t.. muk
|.     (illl-llti".      Ill     tlie     i Ml   el  I '.llllll.     -
■si., er ..f Lands and Win ki foi ..
apeohil linens.* tn cii and can*.
away timber fnr the foHowinn il»-
aoribed Inn.I- -mi: i.*"l on Ab .
fi.mi ereek about \ ol a mile ir..n.
'Irom I.i *.<• ii ti . >b in 4 inileafrnti
tiurrard, eoRiiuenciiiR a a p.-
marked    \.   I.i|i|iur'fl N.W cnrii.
pOBt, thence Su chains rant,  tl	
in.mli  so chntna. thei •.*   west 8u
rli.niis, thenee north   80 .riuiins  tu
point "f ei.rinii. *.*. ..ienl
Dated. May llth, 1906.
A. BlOOAH.
Notice i** : nr. In _ \ u r.i. tiO
.1 iy- uli. i 'al" 1 int.* 1" lnnk.
i i-piication i>. ii. II ii, iiinf
n.iiinniesiu ••• »l I.n. .Is a id \V i U -
1 r » n\. . i .1 cii-e In uii «...'
iMiiy   nway   limner  from lh   l«l-
1*.W Illli    'les.    If 1 i l.il     -111. il. .1
I l.illl.   rj  nf   .1     mill     It*..in  |he r" ill
lhon*  "I   T**..tit   l.,.k  ,   unl nh*ui'
i!   .nil,—   ft..1.1   <>.*.. nr I,   M   li i   ii
1   ene.   ji   at   :.    |.   -t    l.nirkl ■! .1    I •
]\. Iilit-lj's       N  w .'nr      I
] 1 mii-d '.rsi.b    ..   p si   ui .ik- .1 .1.
j), Ki*.ii....i>'- n i; (...-I.      it* -
.'biiin* en .    -    ni   -11 ci' line,
t   en.'** weMi hOcliu ii-, i hei.tr I
hu  chain     In   | ..'lit    f C flu c-
i.i.ui.    Dated, Mas 11   irK'h*,
I    ll   hlNNKLY
l'l    I  llllll*', ig III,
e l| tereiii* given "hn' ilsiy'datl
liter date 1 iiitund to apply tn ll.r |j..
i .ef. iiii.tiiiMlni . r. . i i idaan I u ., i -
i "i permiwin.i lo pun |.ai.< tba i .Hum I .
da*erlbed lands lituaied n. *Veii Ko. t-
Viiy:
."..iiiii.encinif at i r.'.«. pliuled nn Hi.
l.OEth hhorc.nl Larilu rivei   al. ul l.l
1   ile up fron.  I'.tpuir   ereek   .ml II
.1. Killsi.nl..ous'   S  |;.   ,-mi,hi  p.,s.. iii",-
ni.ic   nnrlh-I.i ehains.  thenee  am   -
III all.a, Ihen. ■• suulii   Ml  rllltll     I
■an * f river  hank   In  t.i  i*..i- t. i  cum
ineiit .1   I PZM\|M..\-
ii..te.l .int... nn. ym
N"l IC"- is  hen In   |fiv   li tin    If n
ill rl.il.H  il     I' llall 1 Illleiiil In ii   l||
uiipliuiition '.. t •>• ilm. i'i.:. i
C-'iiiiuiH in r of l.ui.ili- and \\ nrk»
Jnr a s|n-cial     i*t*ii*.i   in cui  :,
<*. rn  aw   \   .in    Ir un   th.   in -
In*.*,   ng ' ecril. il |n      | -ll   .1.1*
Lu.si.    Vie*    rail .tul a1 oill  '   Tf
lilili a ir* in   (i  inirii    cm.111 nciliK
itt   •>   poal   h ail.   1   |_*.|('.   IIiti'r
;i..|'ll-iu"el     c ii 1,, r    j..* t.
<*.,-t 10 rlialn-:, tin .a nm SO
Ol an a. lie ii'm ive-i *0 , linnia
thence   .in.th   **■(•   chaini   to in,
J>*"'ll       I' l*   .11.1.   1.1 em   ' I
Du'e.l Mm May. Id nl
l.i-i ll ilr 1
Per A   liin**!,.*. Alieill
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excelle \t    Acct irrnx datlon
Best. Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   £_
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT  LAKE,  1=1   C,
Bess Hotel in Town,
Head^aarters for Hisui ud CommemaJ ia.
AOi-O.VllviODATIt'Nb   A I *'..   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENN^N,   PROP
MASTERSON  and
- GRIFFITH
Ceneral Merchants.
Trout Lake - - B. C.
Trout  Lfike  City Tranefe,
0 nd Ptage Line.
« Ferguson D'!i'v 5
4
■ Trout Lake iq
E Beaton
U utitt.t.*vtt.<.t.i. vaw
'.Uioi: I
I
Imv<   I
7 a.i
Trom Lok« it C I
1   .
WOOD   YARD j
in tier ...,on
■V<.U*V'.A*.  '.'.'.*• I
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
«
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
caPiTAi t>r.:o oe.   $30.7 741 It
. • s. ,\.r fur,.) i.ie.7.7,1 ie
10T».    AS*lflS> 3W.778HIK 67
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TORONTO,   ONTARIO,
KOBRHT .tni*...       ■ 1 ..
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A i.KMKM   UXNKINU Ut'HIVEBh TKAN8A   II.H
SAVINGS DEPAl" rMENT -       I.n I.    ■•■ .     ..^
... ..it, dale . 1 <*. • - 1   ■ .*i h . ...int.
1, .in*
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1 c*i 1. ul 1 -*>-.«.i.
K|«e-iil   iit't   .1  *ni   glum   In  oullvtll
Ull 1 il Iii lull
W.     H.    JOlieS,   W00D    VALLA MCE    HARDWARE co ro.        Review Job Dept.
Hnnlwan*, Miuera' bi   pliaa, 8wra I : '" li:-'* l •••'•• *• •"k
NI:!.St) *,,  |i. C.   mi lUug-m
  IM wLbON.  B C.
'J Hi 1 I  I M.I. 1 . • '. llll. I.. Ri »,
ImmM
I cal      111. lei»,      Fine    Job
 %.
»«A fcj ^-
Starhcp & Co.
AmtLVL\Jl.>J^jKA.
Hotel
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WHO   VSAI.h  III   U I'.ltUn   Butt«.   ,„,..    ,   .   ,,   _     .    ._„,„.,.„,
C .' ■ *■       '     ■     I'*'"     h| lit aii.t  .llrinl.tiiil.
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Sand:* Laughton
frupricti.r.
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I i .1   ....'I   1. • nn.i libit   ....   .
1. i'e-   ||. in   H     iil_\    ti|W i|  '-
\'t.   -iiii," In |.l,'.i->- imr int1*-i.*>.
Lennoxville   C, M. YUILL
J_W_LLErv,
-ci- Hole!,
E. M0B3S  P10P-
Hotel and
Cenerai Store
FERGUSON. ! -
SILKA RO
ti   C
Walt... i'j..il llife,,     ell.       All    Hulk
Ouuiau'.*tC"J,
UWbf-BH, TroBllate.RCi
C 1^       {
JSatbm: Shop
(jih,j>ikiu* <>.   Haircut
William Schncll,
Hot _nti Ccid Paths
*
a«nraii|T 1. • a.i...
«.i     UUHttAY,
THOI 1  I a i.i   ■•  P.
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.. I      .'el
Igautlu.   • ■... ■■ - '. * •
Imperial       j
Barber Sho?
1, '
pi
C. A. CHEESEMANl
rrT^Wft.",********"    -->*=j. -._._._
I  ... Zhc Ibotcl SSeaton  .,
BEAI'ON,  1*. c.
•**»*> i j 11,.. *gj
V
'I   ■ rORS     it Besil. * •  I.a'len-1
\. ...... ..'.ill    -till (it'll l||l«   Ilnll'l   III     ■■   I        .    . .|'i   1 1
di 'li . 1.-- ,     * . ,      i  .
1111 ■ 1
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W. B0Tfi) -:-  -:- Prop
Notici     II    inn.-In
dayi. nfief ,1 ne l ii tend   in
1" lli<* hull, i   .nf Com nt .-inner ul
Landa ..• .1 Wmka im- | • i,
In [lllll Ii.im  i|,,   follow)   U .l.-.-i  I. il
land eiiuntcil I.. \Vwi  Kootenay
 n.fin in^   ai   ii   [mat   plani.tl
hall a mile al. vu   Poplar  ciMk
mi norlli Hi.le* f Lai.l    rlVl r, nei  k
nl ' A. y.iwlii|('a H W, c .rn.-r poi '
thenoa • sin bO chaini hIoi ■■  rin r
Lank,   ti.i.e north   40   chaini,
tht.ine    Wii-i    Ml   cl nl  I,    il	
muhIi  'in uhaim tu point ol >•.....
liieineiii. nl
Jtiue 21. 19 6        A flowtwo
Notion ii In r. I.i «ivon tl. .t 80
jdayi after il.it.. | intend to makf
. pi'Iioation u. ih< Chief Cnmtnla-
lioner nl Landa and Wnrk loi
permiaainn tn purohaae the fnlloa*
mj* d*Bcribed la di nituitcd m
Galena Kay We I K ulenay <liK-
triot, nn.l daauribed aa foliowi ■
' onnnei uinu al i  p .-i marked T.
M':.'"...!!':-  N I.   cm in |* ,,  ..i, ,,|;,    |,„]
at Hi- s w oo]  ,,[  L6M'4*<ArriiN
len.I   1.1Ii.iii, r    .',, V    tm,!,. ,* I  m|| (|
.v.* i   40
•   il . i.t* by   nlvei     ll        	
ii.n..tin alterd»t« I nil I to  .<i
.|i.  Imn   '  I .... ".-iiiiii i ..f   i ..     -
ii,.| \\ nr'..- fm ..-..* Ill   Irene.
ami ran i a*  I llinlmr Iroin    lie   I"'-
.!•■ . ul. .1 I.n <lt>  Kiln..*.  I i i  *
\\. ^t Kootenay dii
I     .-,;,-•    I,,    ,1,   i   I        ll
r l'l Miith-weal nerner, »el ai mini.-
.n.i ,*.... in .,(  I .ni  ll 17, thenee m  ll
.ii .linn,"-, ii <e eaai Ml tli -. il..*...*-
wiuihDO eliaina. tliunce wi-il w  lialni.
•   i     nt . *   , rtmifl     * Ml
Nel.on Uth Jone, I90H l.l HI IB llll 1.
Notice    .»    l.e'.* •!•    i'ii"*..    Ill'1    '•■ '
mmithl nit" i  'I .'.    I    mn  ill    III
tO     the    Hnn.   (Hi.ri  I '..inn   Mini	
I   ,inl« Iltnl   M in k-       ..... ■
it. nu and enr. v  » iai Iill • "*.   Imn lb.
I.ill.iwini"   .Ifirrll.   I  11 . '     - i i i.e I
tie* ts eel Ku it.-.m   ilin
I'in.lllienci.il." lit   II ."'»!   I. Hllic'l  l.e.ln.
Mil'. HOtll ||   e.l-l  .     ■ ' i'i    - *.     .1
en*.i eornei nl Loi 771, th. nue nortii hu
t'll lltlH    III. "•  ll"-t   mi  . 11....-,.i..•...*.*
-.mil. HOchalna, 0 ■■* emi  Ml ahalni
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• lie   III.        1   l:|,"( |   t.t.li.i.M.ilier nt I.HI..I.
nn.I \\.ek. lur ii - .i .* .I i neuae Mi cul
ami earn ««:n limber Iron, llie fol~
in 11ii*- ii.*«.. ineii ... I..ie ilioaud In Uie
W • »l Kt  iihc •! •'
.    in    eie in*" HI 8  I><r>Mt  market  l.fftlci
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M.ntn   20 ch. ii,*.,   ii,,.,..   earl   io;,',',, ,,i, ,.,.'•'",' ,'ne. p'i"t.it Tbni. ,i,i-i,eH
. Iihiik iIn i.e.*  north   .:o ■ Imn i. i.n i..iOi -io.■!.hiiik, thence well lOOehaina,
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Ginger Ale
Ginqer Beer
Iron brew
Sarsaptirilla
Cream Soda
l.urion .•..-
Champaqne Cider
Club Soda Water
Lithia Mineral Water
i\
+*.7K
Pay tho Printer.
f£
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 de  by   pnii.•...ii-  ii.n-ei-
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TROI I' I. \ KI
Trout Lake le Uie pn tt ■ hi apoi
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in   a1*..* ditin.•  ie  tn ihu  lo I ...i
11." lli 1- llh climate I* "ll;.. . |it
there    I.   in*:    tin rrlcirt   c». . Kill. », II
i. li»|l mild   in w.i.t,-r ..ml <•<.«>' in
-nnn . t li ii.. Iii n^i ..f H.ine >.f
1 li   iiu** i   nil i*.  nml n'lidencea in
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nr. Iw . I'JtOt llelil UOlil'rill elm*, h,
nml n (jirince n' ihe n.lv i tieeinunil
in ti..-. journal «ill «l ow thai Ml
t.a.I.., nr,. fair'y well represent,d,
Wrltn  wOl. ponfldeiii'fl tn Ag«nte,
rn i
H. McPherson
Agent,
Trout Lake, B.C.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS. L
Make your
selection at
once.
Then call on
or   write  to
r
.
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'■'' '• i-nd ii band .in. .. Ul ■ « h .
repipiij of 60.000 f' p* .'i.y h ..♦
J « '(ml .f the lake Tm mliea
'' nini v in," |,|-im Ing i nl hlggl r
11..ilm*. ih evert   m,m   w|i|,   , **.«
|>rna|«ct| ..|i. nnigni, nd, i.,„:i,*. , |
ore
He., will I.* ., |,|g ,„h|, n,.H
'".'. wi if ion would k...w
i'"i.'. write ... ,,,...* ti, , it I.., nf
""' igeiila .it tl„. aildreieea ...low.
F* B. Wells
Central Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
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