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 e wish all our patrons aud mauy
frieuds A Happy and Prosperous
New Ya&r!
bf. Thompson's Headache
Powders Ctire 25c a box.
Free Delivery to auy part of the city.   'Phone 790
LI 1. _A.   W. \M. _IU., ml.   I-_-.__.rt
Freo Delivery to auy part of the c
Devoted to the interests of Mt. Pleasant and South Vancouver.
Single Copy 5c, Three Jtonths 25c, Six Months 50c, Per Year $1.
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OR! A.
Always Something
to interest you every week m THK .VDV'JOATB
nnioug the Local Items, l__i..e.,_._.ueous Itenie.
Woman's Realm, or the Ooutiuned 8tory. Tbe
Advertisements will keep you posted ou where
to go for bargains in all lines.
The subscription prico is within the reach of sll
Delivered anywhere in the Dity, the Dominion-
tho United States or Great Britlan for if 1 a yew
Established April 8th, 1899.   Whole No. 849.
Mt. Pleasant,  Vancouver,   B.   0.,   Saturday,   Dfc  30, 1905,
(Seventh Year.)   Vol. 7, No. 89.
Local Items.
The McOuaig Auction and Commission Do., Ltd., next to Onrueige Library,
Hastings street, buy Furniture for Cnnli,
Conduct Auction Sales and handle
Bankrupt Stocks of <wery description.
Satisfaction guaranteed.   Phone 1070.
A Happy and Prosporoos
Now Year to all I
The Art, Historical and Scientific
Association will give a dance iu the
near fnturo. Dato and placo will be
Mr. Alex. Graham, Principal of South
Vancouver School, was the recipient of
a handsome present from his scholia's
Xmas, viz: a Silver Tea Service.
Ohanges for advertisements should be
in beforo Thursday noon to insure their
Beginning with Mouday Jan 1st,
there will be a w uek of prayer iu the
Advent Ohristiuu Ohnroh, Ou New
Year's Eve a Watch- night Ber,ice will
be held.    All cordially invited.
The Yor.eg Men's Delating Society
of Mt. Michael's Church w 11 hold a
deoatf on the evening of Julia iry 16th,
tho sul.jrci being; "Resolved, that
tiu prop, r sphere of Woman is the
Home "   Ladles will be admitted.
Alexandra Hivo will hold tlio drawing
for tneir Maccabee Quilt on Monday
evening January 8th. A splendid pro
.-grata is being arranged, and n fresh-
monts will be served. Tickets for a
chance nu Ihc quilt can be secured from
any of the Lsdv Maccabees for 25c.
 .0:     ;   y
About twenty ladies and geiitleiuor,
fvieuilsof Mr, R. B. Hoar, visited hi.--
home. Tenth nvcnuo, on Thursday evening, giving him a great surprise. They
wero hospitably received and a very
uierr,, eveuing passed in games and
conversation. Excellent refreshments
w re served.
The Epworth Snnday School Xinr.s
Entertaiuineut was largely attended ou
Wednesday oveuing, aud wns a very
cuj nnble affair. Tho Cautatn by H.
Butterworth mid George F Root Is good
from beginning to finnlo, aud was very
well rendered. The Xmas tree was a
delight tn all and bore mauy ha.idsoiiic
Xmas pieseuts.
Our Gold Crown and
Bridge work ^enl°ltedbe
We havo a Specialist iu this branch of
the dental profession who has a world
wide reputation for his high-class work.
This Class ok Work is Guaranteed
for a Life-time.
BEEN THE SAME for High-class
Teetli extracted aud filled absolutely painless, and nil otlier dental
work .lone bv Specialists who are all Grndnnto Dentists, holding
Specialists' Diplomas, and licensed by the Board of Deutnl Examinors
for British Columbia.
Give us a call aud let us show you samples of our work.   Theu judgo
for yourself.
STORE.  Tel. 447.
W. R. OWENS, Manager.
147 Hastings st. ™*»" >«««•
Branch Offices corner Abbott and Hastings stroets. Tel. 2032.
Office Hours: 8 a. ni., to 9 p. m.;   Sundays 9 a. m., to 2 p. m.
Miss Gibson is the gneBt of Dr. and
Mrs. Robt Lawrence, 2228 Westminster
 : o:	
Mr. J. A. Bates, editor of the Cumberland "Enterprise," was iu the city for
the Xmas holidays.
Miss Lizzie Brown of Seattle, is
visitiug her sisters Mrs. Viles and Mrs.
Clay, of Lome streot.
Mi-. Vernon Shilvock returned to
Seattle ou Thnrsday after spending a
couple of days iu the city.
By properly nil justed glasses ,Dr.
Howell at tho Burrard Sanitarium Ltd ,
relieves eye strain whicll causes hcatb
ache and other nervous troubles,
Mrs. E. G. Moar of Tenth nveuue
loaves today for Coleman, Alberta,
where the will speud the winter.
Mr. Cyril Flitton of Victoria, spent
Xmas with his parents Mr. ami Mis.
R. H Flitton, Eleventh avenue.
Misses Ethel mid Constance Cham-
borliu of New Westminster, are visiting
the Misses Burritt of Twelfth aveuue.
Mrs. Mnchiu—who is well-known for
her benevolent work—again gave tho
unemployed n:ou in the city a good
Xmas dinner iu tne Oity Hall. A New
Year's dinner to tho News Boys, by a
privnte citizen, will be under Mrs.
Machin's charge iu tho Oity Hnll at
0 p.m., Now Year's Day. Edwards'
Bros., will exhibit lantern slides.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Harford of Ruskin,
B O., spent Xuias holiday, with Mr.
aud Mrs. Harford Bt?., Twelfth avenne.
TO RENT.—Flat of 7 rooms iu brick
block; apply to W D. Muir.
Tbe pastor, Rev. Herbert W Piercy,
will preach morning and evening ou
Sunday. Morning subject! '-If nny Mau
bo lu Christ bn is a Now Creature."
Eveuiug subject: "Go Ye ont to meet
Yonng Men's Bible Clnss at 2:30 p.m
The very latest styles lu Canadian
and American mnkes and designs in
Winter Shoes for Meu, Women and
Childron nt R. MILLS, the Shoeman,
119 Hastings streots, west.
The pastor, Rov. A. E. Hetheriugton,
will preach morning aud evening on
Suuday. Morning subject: "Counting
Our Blessings " Eveuing subject:
"Watchnmu What of the Night."
The Choir will render music suitable
for the occasion.
As it will be New Year's Eve a
Watch-night Servico will be held, be-
giuniug at 11 p. ni.
All are iuvited.
The Mt. Pleasant Baptist Churoh
Sunday School held their aununl Xmas
Entertainment 011 Wednesday evening.
Ou Thursday eveniug tho Presbyterinu
and Methodist Churchos held their
annual Xmas Entertainments. As
usual the churches wero crowded, aud
the children went through the drills,
dinlogues, choruses, recitations and
Polos iu excellent stylo. St. Michael'H
Sundny School Entertainment will be
held iu Oddfellows' Hnll on Wednesday
eveniug next.
Personal notices of visitors on
fit. Pleasant, or of Mt. Pleasant
people who visit other cities, also all
local social aflairs are gladly received
by "The Advocate."
g*f Subscribers are requested to
report any curolessuoss iu the delivery
of "The Advooate."
Mr. Ohus. Netherby, Mi 1111 gov of
M. A W. Co.'s Mt. Pleiwaut Drag
Storo, spout Xmas with his pnreuts in
The Toronto Type -Foundry, Winnipeg Branch, accompanied their Xlltas
Greetings to their patrons with a gifi of
handsome match ls.x.
Get your Dancing Pump, Lidies'
Dancing Slippers, Gent!.-men's Bedroom Slippers, Patent leather Shoes
Of 1 he Reliable Shoeniaii—R. MILLS,
119 Hastings streot, west.
"Tho Advocato" thanks the Canadian
Bank of Commerce for a very tasteful
Xmas Card with view of North Arm of
ihe Inlet aud list of names of bauk
officials thereon.
Tlio Eureka Club gave a very delightful dance on Tuesday evening In Oddfellows' Hall. Tho floor wns lu line
conditiou, the music splendid and tho
supper the best.
Mt. Pleasnut for a lending Canadian
Life Insurance Company. Good contract to right mau. Apply to Manager,
Box 471, Vancouver.
The Royal Bauk of Canada, Mt.Pleasant Branch, kindly remembered "The
Advocate" in the form of au nrtisric
XtnoB Card, bearing the names of the
different local banks, officors and clerks.
Mr. Dan Anderson, teacher nt Glcu-
wood, and Miss Anderson, teacher at
Otter, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
Garvin, Westminster rond, a few days
tliis week.
Mt. Pleasant Branch
Capital iH8.000.000.   Reserves J8.808.748.
A General Banking Business
Savings Dank Department.
7 to 8 o'clock.
W. A. WARD, Manager.
Mr. W. A. Kemp arrived homo on the
Tartar for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs.   Darrngh   have   moved
from Ninth to Eleventh nvenne.
. :o:	
Mr. Goo. Glover of  Seventh nveuue,
is coiivsjesc.ing froiunu attack of grip.
FOR SALE: two ban tain hens aud
rooster; apply nt "Advocate" Office.
Messrs. Edgar aud Manuel Lobb of
Seattle, spent Xmas holidays, with relatives on Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. Jones aud family have moved
from Niuth avenue, east, to tho cornor
of Sixth uud Quebec.
Mrs. Cutler of Sixteenth aveuue,
spent Xinos week with her sou and his
family at Ruskin, B, 0.
"Tho Advocato" wishes any careless-
uess in delivery repertod to the Office;
telephone nl406.
Dr. nnd Mrs. N, Alleu spent Xmas
Day with Mrs. Allen's parents Mr. aud
Mrs Asbwell at Chilliwhack.
Mrs. Russell, wife of the. proprietor
of "The Ark," left this week for a three
months visit to her pareuts in Winnipeg
Mr, and Mrs. J. I. Smith of Seventh
avenue, entertained a party of frieuds
■m Wednesday evening very delightfully
School Trustee J. Jones gave the
oliildreu of South Vancouver School a
Xuins treat—a liberal supply of line
Miss Lydia Copeland, tencher nt
Lund, B C, is spending her Xmas
holidays with her pareuts Mr. aud Mrs.
R. Copeland, Twelfth avenne.
Mr. Lome Hutchiugs, son of Mr. njid
Mrs. G. W. Hutchiugs of Eighth aveuuo, who is attending Columbia Collego,
is spending Xmas holidays at homo
Dei.mas—Born to Mr and Mrs.
O. Detains, Westminster avenue, Dec.
27th, a son.
Arki.e.—Born to Mr. and Mrs Chris.
Arkle, New Westminster, B. 0., Dec.
88d, a sou.
Advertise iu "The Advocato "
Thinking Imperially.
A remarkable sigu of the times is the
great success which has beeu achieved
by the "Over-Sens" edition of the
"Daily Mail," published ln Loudon,
England, every Friday in time for the
mails It is just twelve months since
the "Over-Sons Daily Mail" was lirrt
published, yot in this short space of time
the journal bas attained a unique
Empire-wide circulation. It is now
safe to say that there is uo portion of
the glol.0 where Britons nro gathered
together where the "Over-Seas Daily
Mail" cau not be found.
The "Ovor-Seas Daily Mail" makes
R feature of "Homo" uews. Readers
of "The Advocate" may obtain a specimen copy of the "Over-Seas Doily
Mail-' free, by sending a postcard to tho
Chief CU rk, "Over-gem Daily Mail,"
London, Englund. Tlio cost of au an-
niu'.l subscription is seven shillings or
iu our money |1.75.
Place your order with us at once. We guarantee the price
as low as any ou the market. Will see that you get
youug fat birds. If not satisfied we will take them back.
You can have them delivered any day you wish.
Wo have a fine shipment of FRY'S  FAMOUS  ENGLISH  CHOCOLATES—
nono better.   Mixed Candy,'8-11.s for 25c.   Mixed Nuts,  (uew), 2-lbs for 85c
2425   Westminster  Ave,
'Phone  322
pl°Snt Central Heat flarket
Cor. Niuth Ave., & Westmiuster Rd.   Telephone 954.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers iu all kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats.    Fresh Vegetables always
ou hand.   Orders solicited from all parts of Mount Pleasnnt and Fairview.
Prompt Deliverv.
Woodrow & Williams. ^nIg1™'6'
MiKimiUcz;:.;:«-_ \tjr.r. c -^iv*i g*somh -**_?^iT_M»T.ciu.u___n^TrriH_r_
tc^f!i^^cv-*(_t-i__C3»__a%s» e*
@@©©@| Bargains
till January   ist,  1906.
Even/ Odd Line Goes
Do vou want A SNAP!
Take advantage of this opportunity,  and buy now.
J. P. Nightingale & CO.
Westminster & Seventh Aves.   Mt. Pleasant.
Telephone  1860.
Turkeys, Geese,
Ducks, Chickens—for N*»ty Ykar's.
Quality the BEST, price the LOWEST"
A Happy and Prosperous New Year to all 1
The Citv Grocery Co. Ltd*
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
Tel. 286. Westminster Avo. A Princess Street.
THE BEER Without a Peer.
Brewed right here iu Vancouver by men of years
and years aud years experience, aud a brewery whose
plant is the most perfect known to the Art of
Brewing. Is it any wonder that it has taken a place
in the hearts of the people wliich no other beer can
supplant ?    Doz., quarts $2. Doz., pints $ I.
Vancouver Breweries, Ltd.
Jl(*       Vancouver, B. C.   ag-   Tel. 429       Jf*
For Sale at all lirst-i-lass Saloons, Liquor Stores nud Hotels or
delivered to your limine.
' King's
Market i
2321 Westminster Ave.        I?
Mt. Pleasant.        ?
Tel. i.1306.       Prompt Delivery.    \
R. Porter A Sons
Wholesale aud Retail
Dealer in
Meats of AU Kinds.
Vegetables  and  Poultry
Jfa its in season. Jfa Jfa
*_/^-<-^<^tt/ifc'^-vv-a/"_s''*--. -fc-v_. -<v^-tv«^^>-v*v-*i_.-*-v^'V'«/v-*^*^%'»
We have placed ou sale our stock of
Lawn Grass Seeds
Clover and Timothy Seeds,
Pratt's Poultry nud Animal Foods.
Pratt's Lice Killer,
Holly Chick Food,  Bcel'scraps, Etc.
SI/piTH  Corner   NIMH nvcrue   A
Tuli'iiluiln    US 7.
—for that present you
neglected to buy.
The store is full of all
sorts of handsome
things yet, notwithstanding the wonderful
Christmas trade just
To all our patrons, aud especially to all our Mt. Pleasant patrons, wo wish A Happy nud Prosperous New
Corner Hastings and Grauvi.le !
Ofllotal Watch Inspector O. P. I
a«___>of_._as_»t_.3.xetoex_aeoxixn&__ _.jo«_s«
Worth up to f,y—to be cleared at $i each.
Take advantage of this offer.
J a. ross & co., f »ajg5,Srst-    j
i.'«k%^w%^*_.'V%^%-4^% %--*i^a'*&-**v*i •^•a^^-*.'*-* -v*w%/4^v<A-«v-i
C. O. C. F.
Vancouver Council No. 211a, Canadian Order of Chosen Friends met iu
regular session Thursday evening iu
Oddfellows'Hall. Tho attendance was
large,and Ihc election of olllcers the
principal feature of the meet ing. The
fol'owiug officers were elected for 1906,
aud will he installed January 11 th:
Past Councillor—W. P.  1'lewwelling.
Chief Councillor— 11. W. Howes.
Vloo-Couucillor—B P. Flawwelllug,
Keeordi r— Miss A, Chambers.
ABSt-Recorder— VV  Elliott.
Treasurer—Mrs. M Taylor.
Marshal— W. Sunierville.
Warden— Mi.-.; M. Sparks.
Prelate—Mrs. Ivcr.
Guard—W. Dongas.
Organist--Miss Duiiglr.s.
Medical Examiner— Dr. Lawrence.
.mat nun-:    t
IPiipur NOW!
Dun't lm  a
mr which ui
costs |
New Year
to all our Customers, aud
thanking them for their
patronage since we started
in business.
McKinnon & Gow,
III Ninth Ave. Opposite No 8 Fire Hull
.'deplume BI44S. Prompt delivery
Boot antl Sltoontaking
and Repairing .I'm.- at
r-eters' Boot & Shoe Store
<Mii'  Westminster avenue.
1 like to read advertisements. They
arc in themselves literature; and 1
can gauge the prosperity ol the country by their very appearance."—William E, Gladstone,
For a Game of
Pool or Billiards
Drop 1st at
It'll. Ploasant.
nn IT NOW!- If not already a Snb
s'-ribi-r tn "The Advocate" beootne out
uow.   Only $l for 12 months,
If you mis* Tut! Advocatk yon miss
(lie local uews.
A Prosperous
& Happy New Year!
to all our patrons.
 New Year Gifi Suggestions	
Jardiniers 35c to $20.     Berry Sets $1 to $6 a set.
Water and Lemonade Sets $1.50 to $4.50 a set.
R. (b, ftuch-oium & Co.
G62 664 Granville St. 'Phoi... 2021.
Slippers for LADIES and GENTLBMBN.   Snch prices were uever heard
of beforo.
MEN'S SLIPPERS worth|1.78 for §1.85
MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS were jl 80 now 1.1.00
WOMEN'S HIGH-CUT FELT SLIPPERS, sold everywhere for fl 60,
sale prioe 7«0. WOMEN'S PLUSH SLIPPERS were *1. salo price 75c.
Call and sec for yourself.
Wc    <J •
*   Mt  Pleasant.
"■} 2'115 WontntlnGler Avenue.
You   may   labor   ynur   fill,   friend   uf
mine, if you will;
Ynu may worry a bit, if ynu must:
You may treat your aflairs as a scries
of rares,
You  may  live   on  a  scrap  and   3
But when I lie day's done, put it out
of your  head;
Don't take your troubles to bid.
. ..u   may   batter   your   way   through
the thick  of  the  fray,
You   may   ..weal,   you   may   swear,
you may grunt;
Ynu may be a pack-fool if you must,
but  tins rule
Should ever be kept at the front;
Doui i'ikIu with your pillow, but lay
down ynur head
And   kick   every   woriiment   out   nf
the bed,
That friend or that foe (which lie U.
1 don't know),
Whose   name   we   have   spoken   as
I Is-.1 II,
Hover., close to your side, while you
run or you ride,
And he envies the warmth nf yuur
But h" turn-   hinvaw.iy with B shake
nf his head,
When he finds ynu don't take your
troubles to bed.
-The Hub.
Royal Crown
us a. post card asking for a
Catalogue of Premium* to be
had tree for Rova.l Ckow.v
Boap WHAPPuiia.
Advocate $S
for 12 Months
The Canadian
BankOF Commerce
Deposits of Onk Doi.i.au and upwards
received and lutorott r.llowed thereon,
Hank  Money Orders  issued,
A General Banking Business
QlTFIOE HOURS: 10 a. in. to 8 p. _a
SATUItDATBi 10 a tn. to ID in., 7 to H p.m.
East End Branch
111 West minster       C. W. DURRANT,
avenue. M\n,.iii:__.      '
AdvertlKlnB Is th» education of tha
purchaser or tlie merits of different
that whioh ml.Is to his comfort and am-
consumer. It informs the prospective
e.....Is nn.l biliiKN him Into touch wltfc
pllfles liis happiness. '
i':o   \i.v...-,,l-  l- th" bet advertising
Hull   ..-here It CtrojihUes,   TeL BUOfs Linked by
The moon shone in regal splendour
on one of the_most beautiful spots oa
this beautiful earth.
lt was one of the islands which lie
olf the eustern shore of Australia. A
gentle breeze stirred the foliage, the
waves lapped in on the golden sands
ond broke gently on the rocks, mak-
■ ing a music as soft and southing as
the breeze; the opalescent light lit up
the scene and turned it into a dream
of fairyland.
And a man stood on the beach, and
looking round upon this fairyland
cursed  it  fluently under his breath.
He was young and well made; one
of those good-looking young men
which the public schools and the
'varsities turn out with machine-like
regularity'. He was an athlete and
strong, but in the moonlight he looked wan and pale and infinitely weary,
with tho weariness of doubt, anxiety
and  sleepless nights.
His surge suit was tatterd and
torn and shrunk by the water and
the sun, and his shapely head was
covered by a battered hat made of
As he stood looking moodily before
him, there came from a rough hut,
at a little distance from the beach,
another young man. He was by no
means an athlete, but small and thin
and bent, and he wore the remains
of a black serge suit of clerical cut;
for he was a clergyman, He was even paler and more wan than the man
on the sands, and he pressed his thin
hund to his chest and coughed as he
cume along  slowly and   painfully.
The two men looked like characters in an old fashioned farce; but
there was tragedy here. For these
two men, with sundry other persons,
were all that remained of the crev
and passengers of the vessel Alpine,
which eight days previously hud been
wrecked off the coast of this unin-
hubited island.
The Reverend Arthur Fleming
crawled to his companion's side.
"Vou  have  seen  nothing,    Manncr-
lng?"     he   asked;   not   as   one     with
hope of an answer in the affirmative,
but as if thu question wore u formula which had grown into a habit.
Vane  Mannering shook  his head.
"No," he said, gravely:  "und I am
afraid   we're  not  likely  to.      In    m.v
opinion, this beastly lund is    one    of
. the  numerous  groups  wliich   is  quite
out of the line of shipping.  Thu fact
that  thu Alpinu lost her course proves that,  I  think."
"Vou mean that there is little hope
of rescue?" said Arthur Fleming in a
low voice.
"Very little chance." assented
Mannering. "Of course, I can't say
lor certain. If they had taught me
' geography at Eton or Oxford, instead of Latin and Clreek, und several other still more useless things,
I might give u guess as to where we
are; but as it is I've no idea. If
there hud been any chance of our being picked up, wc should have sighted a veesel before now. In all probability wu shall be left to die of starvation—well, not of starvation, por-
hups, say ennui—in this cursed island."
Fleming's lips opened to murmur,
"Bless and curse not;" but he refrained. It was scarcely the moment
for reproof; and, indeed, his gratitude to his companion helped to
chi'ck him; for the party owed their
lives to Vane Mannering, whose energy, alertness, coolness and presence of mind had brought them fiom
the doomed ship.
"Have you seen the Doctor and
Miss Nina?" asked Mannering, nfter
a pnuso. filled up by Fleming's hollow cough.
"Shu is in their hut; I saw her go
in hulf an hour ago. The Doctor is
slill wandering about the island. The
way that girl bears up, Mannering,
fills ine with admiration and reverence. She is here all alone with us
men; she hus suffered all the privations, thut terrible journey in the
boat from the ship, all the dreadful
uncertainties of our position with
something more than heroism; for
huroism always suggusts to my mind
a kind of blatancy and self assertion;
but she has been not only fearless,
but cheerful and self-reliant, and yet
trustful. I tell yo'u, Mannering, when
I think of her my heart goes out in
gratitude to Cod for His creation 0f
sex. Who would have thought that
such a slim bit of a girl, who seemed
ull gaiety and lightness of heart,
would have proved such a noble character!"
Mannering nodded. "She is still
keeping well? I was afraid she might
gut a touch of fever, such as the rest
of us havu had."
"She hud a slight attack," said
Fleming; "but she seemed to throw
it oil with a coiiruge as great as her
patience and self-denial. The Doctor
is about tho same; he is still very
weak und his mind seems cloudy, but
he insisted upon going out;    and   ho
has taken his hammer with him to
knock off bits of rock, and so on."
"1-et him," said Mannering, briofly;
"it will amuse him and keep him
from brooding on the situation. I
wish I could go and knock ofl pieces
ot rock, instead of standing idly
"How con you talk so, my dear
Mannering?" ho said. "You hav* beeu
our leader, our sole support; you
have worked indcfutlgably from
morning to night. But for you we
should all bo lying at the bottom of
the sea there; wo owe our lives to
your energy, your pluck, your wonderful power of endurance."
Mannering shook his head. "I have
done little enough," he said, moodily. "You ought not to be out here,
Fleming," he added, as Fleming's
cough shook his frail figure.
"I'm all right. It's very warm ln
the hut; and I don't cough any more
out here. We'll both turn In presently. "Why, don't you smoke?"
"I gave my last pipe to the Doctor," Mannering replied, casually.
"He wanted it worso than I do."
The stridont sound of a concert! a
floated unmusically from one of ' ia
Mirce huts, and was followed s il
more unmusically by loud voices uud
"The men seem merry to-night,"
remarked Fleming with a sigh.
"Yes," said Mannering. "I gavo
out a tot of rum to each man this
evening. I wish—" He hesitated, and
Fleming looked up at him quietly.
"I wish they weren't here," continued Mannering, "They aro an element of danger, Fleming. Up to the
present they have behaved fairly
well, for lt ls only since the last day
or two they hav* begun to grouse;
but how long will thsy continue   to
A   iWSiftllllMl-PlHilisw
J_-ih»ve welD For tii»f.fip,,_., how b.rig
Will they op contend tq let mo deal
put the rum? They kijiow \vhe|ip the
keg is. "C could nof prevent tht»i_= getting at it. '
" They 're.-rl hey 'ro not all bad,"
suggested Fleming. "They have stood
by us up to now."
Mannering nodded. "No. they are
not all bail; but there are one or
two black sheep amongst them. I
mistrust that Lascar and the other
stoker. Munson. He is always haranguing the rest. 1 saw him skulking round the Doctor's hut last
night. If they were Englishmen one
would not have any misgiving; but
—I" lie shrugged his shoulders. "We
man our ships with the scum of the
earth, Fleming, just as we fill the
Fust End of London with aliens to
tnke the bread out of the mouths of
our own poor." The noise from the
men's hut grew louder. "I think I'd
better go and see what they are doing," he said.
He and Fleming approached the
hut quietly and looked in. Some of
the six men were lying full length on
the ground, others seated on stools
roughly constructed of thu limbs of
the pinu trees. In the centre of the
hut stood the keg of rum, and Munson was drawing some of the rod
liquor into a can. They had ull been
drinking freely, and were flushed and
Fleming groaned as he saw tho
kug. and Mannering's face grew
stern; but he uttered no sound, and
gripped Fleming's arm to warn him
to silence, for the Lascar was spunking-
"Ve nre what vou calls 'pnls,' " ho
was saying in his thick, sibilant
voice, his black eyes rolling evilly on
the faces of the listeners. "Ve aro
bein' played villi! lt ish thish Mislv
ter Mann'rin' that ish trickin' us;
im and the Padre, ah, and the Medico, too! They hab the money. 1 who
speak know it. I saw thish man push
the box to the Medico as he got into the  boat."
"The box of medicine and instruments!" whispered Fleming.
Mannering nodded grimly. He was
listening intently and scanning the
faces of the men keenly.
"That's true; I saw 'cm," said
Munson. Atid some of the others muttered assentingly.
"The box wash full o' money, gold;
jewels, loo. perhaps. Thutsh so! You
know so la ties do give their jewellery to ze purser to tnke care of. Eh,
vhat I Thatsh box was full of delimits. An' it bolongsh to us, eh,
vhat you say?"
"To us; all of us, yes!" grunted
"To us who manned ze boat, who—
vorked like slaves puttie' jp zese
houses; to us. ze laborers, ze brothers of toil, ze zalt of ze earth!"
"That's so." assented one of the
men. "Pass round the rum again,
The Lascar emptied the can at a
draught, refilled it and passed it to
(he mini next him; then hu leant forward and whispered, huskily:
"It ish in the Medico's tent. It ish
miter the bed of the girl; I saw
Mishtor Mann'rin' put it there. Ve
will go. ve will all go and git it,
and share it  man to man!"
Koine of the men sprung to their
feet unsteadily; but one or two were
not so prompt; nnd a voice said,
"There's no hurry; let's have our
drink  first."
Mannering cautiously drew Fleming
"There is no lime to lose," he
said, gravely, when they had got out
of hearing.
"You will give them the box, show
them thnt it does not contain any
gold?" said Fleming, with the cough
he hnd been repressing with difficulty.
"No," said Mannering quietly.
"They would not be convinced; besides it would be n fntnl weakness.
Do you think"—he paused a moment
and his lips tightened—"that they
would be satisfied-. Some of them
might, hut not the Lascar and Munson. They are brutes, beasts; and
you know the effect of the first taste
of blood on such wild beasts. They
would want more—everything, perhaps." He paused nnd Fleming following Mnnncring's thought, pictured thf young girl in the hands of
these men and shuddered,
"What will you do?" he asked, as
a man asks his lender and commander.
"Show   light."   said   Mannering    as
quietly as   before. "We have the only
firearms, that  were saved—a couple of
revolvers  and  a  gun."
"1 can manage a.revolver; but, oh,
Mannering, If we could avoid bloodshed;" murmured Fleming.
"We'll try," suid Mannering. "It
rusts with thom. Vou agree with me
it would be unwise, indeed, a criminal folly, to yield to thein? Thoy
would not stop—There is Miss
Fleming nodded and bent his head.
"Vou ure right—as you have
bloen all through,  Munnering."
They hud been approaching the hut
which Mannering laid, with his own
hands, built for Doctor Vernon and
his daughter, und hu signed to Fleming to knock; but Fleming shook his
"No." he snid; "you will do it better thun 1, Munnering. She looks up
to you, relies on you. You will give
bar courage. 1—I am not u coward,
I hope and trust; but 1 should let
her seo the—the dread that makes me
cold at this moment, und you will
not.    No; you!"
Mannering nodded and knocked at
the rough door of the hut. It was
opened b.v u young girl, She was
very beautiful, with u beauty which
is indicuted by expression us much as
regularity ol feature. Her eyes were
of the dark grey wliich at times become violet, her hair was of a soft
black, and the gods had given her
the mouth which, when it smiles,
wins men's hearts. But she wus not
only young but innocent of vanity or
self-consciousness, and her eyes lit up
and her lips smiled with frank pleasure as she saw who it wns.
"Oh, good evening. Mr. Mannering!"  she  said     wilh  quiet  cheerful-
Qi- !■<".£"
nets, Mil »i*f vtsloo ir.no Use A low
not* of musio In thu plpe-po_.|umed
air, ''Will you como In? My father is
out; he went out for a stroU-s-Is anything the matter?"
She did not start or turn pale, but
stood, in her stained and patched
serge dress, calm and attentive.
Mannering knew enough of women
to know that with this one, young
as she was, the proper course was
the direct one. His eyes rested re-
ftectingly for a moment on her lovely
face, on the small, shapely head
with its soft, black hair resting on
the forehead and wound into a knot
at the back, then ho said:
"I am afraid there is, Miss Nina."
He had grown to call her by her
Christian name; shipwrecked people
aro apt to be slack on extreme
points of etiquette. "The men are
getting—impatient. They entertain
the absurd idea that wu have smuggled the specie and valuables from the
ship  in your  father's medicine chest
Sho glanced at the box under the
rough bed.
—"And—and they aro coining for
it presently, I think."
"And you will not givo it them?''
she said, quietly, ub if she had read
his face upon which her beautiful
eyes were fixed.
"No; they'd want more," he said.
"And wo must make a stand at the
outset. Theru may bu n little noise
and—trouble, so I came to warn you
You will not be frlghtenod? Mr.
Fleming and I aro armed; the men
aro not; and I have no doubt they
will cool off when they find we are
"I see," she said. "No, I shull
not bo frightened; that is, not more
than I can help."
Her smile, surely the. sweetest ever
smiled by woman, flickered across her
lips and shone in her eyes.
"No," he said, "you have displayed such pluck, such—oh, I cannot express myself!" he broke off us if in
"Oh, but you have!" she said, with
the faintest blush. "I was just making some tea.   Will you have a cup'.'"
Mannering glanced at the meat tin
on tho fire, and gauged its contents.
"Thanks, no. 1 have just had
some." Generally, Mannering, with
all his faults, was a truthful man.
"But Mr.   Flomining—he is outsidoj'
He beckoned Fleming in, und Nina
poured out a cup of tea for him
gravuly; of course she knew that
Mannering had lied.
Fleming took it gratefully; it was
to him as rum was to the men.
"Mr. Mannering has told you?" he
said in a low voice.
Nina nodded. "Yes; I am sorry.
But I hope it will all be over buloro
father comes back. He is not well;
he is feverish—and—he has been
wandering a little ln his mind, lie
has taken the gun—   I am sorry!"
Mannering touched Fleming on the
arm, and they went out and to their
own hut, got and loaded their revolvers, and, returning to the beach,
sat down as if for a quiet talk.
They had not to wait long.
"Take It coolly," murmured Mannering, as the six meu came out of
the hut. Some of thom walked unsteadily, one of them was singing;
but the Lascar and Munson were still
sober, though evidently excited by
the liquor.
Mannering rose and slowly went to
meet them, walking in the direction
that put him between them aud the
Vernohs'  hut.
"Good evening," he said; "want
"You ask ze polite question, sur,
and ve giv you ze polite answor. It
ish ze little box in ze hut zero," replied the Lascar with a mocking
Mannering raised his brows with
simulated surprise.
"Anybody ill'.' The box contains
medicine and instruments of various
kinds," he said, quietly.
The Lascar showed his gleaming
teeth in a sardonic smile.
"Ish zat so?" he retorted, with an
incredulous jerk of his hand. "Ve
vill see—"
"I think not," said Mannering, so
quietly that Fleming's heart throbbed with a tribute of admiration.
"You will take my word for it. I
see that you have got the keg of
rum—you havo broken your promise—"
"To ze devil wiz your promise!"
the Lascar broke in. "Vy should
you keep all zu best of ze swng ve
bring away from ze ship? You keep
ze rum, ze box of gold, ze girl!" he
leered evilly, and moved forward as
if to pass Mannering. Mannering
drew his revolver.
"Stop whero you are!" he said,
grimly; there was a spot of red on
his hollow checks, and a light in his
eyes which spoke of the just rage
which had sprung up in liis heart
like a flame.
Fleming stepped forward and held
up his hand.
"Men, I want to speak to you!"
he said, fighting with his cough.
"You know what Mr. Mannering hus
done for us. But for him— But
surely you don't want me to remind
you! And surely you cannot suspect
that ht—wc—have any idea of tuking
any advantage of you. The chest
contains only medicine and iistru-
ments, as Mr. Mannering said. You
were wrong, very wrong, to take the
keg of rum; you wouid be acting
wickedly if you wore to follow thu
advice, the leadership, of this man,
who is as much indebted as tha rest
of us to Mr. Mannering."
Some of the men exchanged glances, but tho Lascar cut in with a
short, sardonic laugh.
"Ze Padre speaks softly, as ze
Padro always do. Veil, then, let one
of us go into the Medico's hut—"
Ho moved forward, but Mannered
covered him,  saying:
"Not a step."
The Lascar pulled up and looked
Mannering up and down.
"You speak bravely, Mishtor
Mann'rin'! You 'ave the gun!" He
made an insolent gesture with his
facile and eloquent hnnds. "If you
had only ze little knife like zis, wo
would settle the matter, uh, so ker-
vickly!    You arc ze ono coward!,"
Then Mannering did a foolish
thing—the foolish thing which Englishmen individually and collectively
so often do; he gave away his advantage. It wns Inexcusable; but,
ah, well, let the man who has meekly borne the taunt of a Lascar and
boen called a coward pitch thu first
stone; I will not; and 1 have an idea
that the reader will not.
Mannering looked into the rolling
eyeballs for a moment or two; then
he said:
"Suu her now, men. If it's a fair
fight butwecn us and I win, will you
take iny word and go back to your
hut quietly, not only go back but
leave that man's lead?"
The men looked at each other and
whispered.   They were more or less
ih iii.l. and thcueloi'o i„i|.i'..n.ii.>„uM..,
and thoy wpro lqi.glng for the kino
pf fight Manjier|ng indicated, Don't
blame them. In the House pf Commons a "personal" matter will fill
the benches; and any sort of duel has
a fascination for every man with red
blood in his veins.
"Yes, fight it out; we'll sec fair
play!" shouted a man, thickly.
Mannering  beckoned to  Fleming.
"Take my revolver," he said,
uloud, "and shoot the first man who
attempts to interfere—"
"Mannering! Mannering! You will
not do it! 1 implore, I beseech you!*'
cried Fleming with solemn earnestness.
.Mannering quickly stripped ofl llis
cout and rolled up his sleeves.
"No use, Fleming; I must. Either
that man or I must bo master.
They'll follow tho victor like sheep,
you'll see.   It will end the trouble—"
"But, Mannering, these men, these
Lascars, are adepts at the knife,"
urged Fleming almost frantically.
Mannering shrugged his shoulders.
"I learnt a trick or two when 1 wus
in Malacca," he said, quickly. "Uot
a handkerchief?"
Fleming shook his head. Tho door
of the Vernons' hut opened nnd Nina
came quickly down to them. Her
face was white as death, her eyes
wero liko "tho violets steeped in
dew," her lips, white as her face,
were set tightly.
"Mr. Mannering, you must not!—
you will not!" She looked into his
eyes and saw that her appeal was
hopeless. "Then—then—thero is a
Hu took it, bound his bowio knifo
to his wrist and held it out to Fleming. Fleming hesitated; tho girl
caught the wrist and tied the knot
Munnering wanted.
"Thanks," ho said, coolly. "Now
go inside—and shut the door."
She obeyed; and, leuning ugainst
tho wall as if to still her throbbing
heart, looked between tho logs.
Munson had bound the Lascar's
knife to llis wrist, and the two men
confronted each other. The moon
shone down on them in placid mockery of such poor stuff as human
emotions; the soft breeze wafted tho
perfume of tho pines across the men's
heated breath; the sea sang to the
golden beach; tho delicious night was
full of beauty. To poor Fleming,
even in tfiat intense moment as ho
stood revolver in each hand, there
flashed the lines:
"Where every prospect pleases and
only man is vile."
The Lascar's face seemed to glow
as if with the reflection of fire; the
Englishman's was white and set with
thu calm of courage and resolution.
"Come on," said Mannering; and,
as he spoke, the Lascar sprang at
If there is anything more exciting
than a "knife fight," I do not know
it. It is cat-like in the rapidity ot
its movements; it is soul-thrilling in
its moments of doubt and uncertainty; it is'awe-inspiring in its pauses,
rushes, wrestlings. The two- men
crouched, sprung, caught at tho
wrists of tho hands that hold tho
knives, struck, parried and avoided
the gleuming blades by swift, almost
imperceptible swaying and glidings
of the bodies.
The Lascar was as agile as a snake
and bent, dipped and attacked with
sinuous force; but Mannering, though
lacking this facility of movement.
possessed the qualities of strength,
endurance and the cool eye, and by
the exercise of these he parried the
terrible attack.
The men, sobered now by the intense excitement, looked on in breathless excitement. Fleming, forgetting
them and clean forgotten by them,
suffered the revolvers to droop In
his shaking hands.
And the girl for whom this awful
fight wns being fought—what a presumptuous idiot I should be if 1
attempted to set down her emotions!
Suddenly a short cry, a gasp, rose
from the men and was echoed by
Fleming; the Lascar's knife had cut
a gash in Marine-ring's shoulder.
"Oh, stop! stop! For God's sake,
stop, Munnering!"  cried Fleming.
But neither the combatants nor the.
other spectators heeded—they probably did not hour him.
Mannering felt the cut of the sharp
knife, felt the blood running down
his shoulder and side; but he set his
teeth and forced himself to remain
calm; everything depended, ho knew,
upon his keeping his head; not his
life only, but the girl—the sweet, innocent girl. Ah, now he must not
lose his head!
He drew back a moment, and the
Lascar, with a hideous smile, pressed on to him. It was what Mannering wanted. With a sudden swerve, a
movement of the lug and the strong,
steel-liko left arm, he threw his op-
ponent to the ground, and in an instant was on top of liim with a knee
liko iron pressing into his chest. Ho
raised his arm, the reflected knife
gleamed in the moonlight, the Lascar's wavering life hung in the balances. A shudder run through the
spectators, a cry arosu from Ninn—
she had como to tho d"or. While
ono could count ten the knife poised
above the Lascar's heart. Then, bofore the other men could interfere,
Mannering had wrenched thu knife
from the Lascar's grr.sp and flung it
behind him; thon hu ton. the band-
ago from his own arm and sent his
knife flying with thu other.
Bora Ib Slam.
In Bla_ when a boy Is fourteen he
becomes a man. Till then his hair on
ths top of bis bead ls never cut, but Is
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geldler'a Sense of Humor.
A high naval official, now dead, often
cited as an example of ghastly humor
an Incident that befell a young woman
during the civil war.
"She was good and kind," he would
say, "and durlug the war she visited
the hospitals daily, distributing fruits
and flowers and tracts,
"One morning on her rounds a young
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passed him, set up a loud laugh.
"She turned and looked at him ln
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Nothlug of him but his face was visible on the little white bed, and this
young face was sadly thin and pale.
Nevertheless be laughed like one possessed. His mirth resounded through
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"The visitor returned to him.
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she said.
"'Why, ma'am,' said he, 'here yon
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•sV " ... ■-_. -
mat, bib Wwis,
"Thot* wbo are aocuitomed to rials
eule present day scientists because of
tbelr fondness for big words," said tbe
etymologist, "will find them much
more moderate ln the concoction of
words than the old timers.
"For Instance, I hnve just come
across the account of n scientific treatise published in the seventeenth century that contains words even much
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by the wuy. Is T'anzoologleoniineralo-
gin,' a good mouthful surely, yet the
meaning is easily ascertained when the
word ls reduced to its component
"The list of loug titles that were
then favorites would cause the modern
book clerk n spasm, yet the list could
be gone Into indefinitely. A play lu
blank verso published lu the latter part
of the seventeenth century had as its
alluring title 'Chrononhotontliologos,'
uud this was the opening sentence:
" 'Aldeborontiphoscophoniio, where
left you Chi'ononhotoiithologos?'
"If the modern mouthing actor can
hardly get simple Anglo-Saxon words
over the footlights, how could he get
ulong with thnt morsel""—New York
. Tenrfnl   < li.'i-iililiil.
Cherublnl so closely identlflod his
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writing a pathetic passage he would
cry like a child. He wns often found
in tears over his score, and some of IiIb
manuscripts are thus so blotted as to
be almost Illegible.
Adieu formerly signified "to God.*
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nil mankind nnd walks through the
world burdened with tlie somber
thoughts of bis disappointments. The
discontented perhaps never stop to
think how much worse off they could
be; thnt, no matter how few their
pleasures, there nre those In the world
who have fewer or none at all; that,
given henlth nnd strength nnd the full
possession of the senses, they nre ad-
vnntnged und blessed In the race of
Tells of    Benefit Derived
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Catarrh,   Ball's  Cutarrh Ouro is tho only positivo
euro now known to the mcdUnl fraternity.   Cutarrh
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ternally, noting dlr.-etly on tho Moo,I and   nuieous I
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fnr I ist of testimonials.
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Tuko Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Lord Inverclyde Dies.
Wemyss Bay, .Scotland.—Lord Inverclyde, chairman of the Cunard
Steamship company, died at Castlo
Wemyss, his residence here. He had
been Ul for a month with pleuro-pneu-
monia. Two operations were performed, but they failed to bring relief to
the patient. Joseph James Burns succeeds to the title. Lord Inverclyde
waB 44 years old.
Minard's   Liniment  for  sale
The Visitor—What a delightfully
snug little flat you have! The Renter
—Isn't lt? When we open the door
we're ln the middle of the room, and
when the sunshine comes In we have
to move some of the furnltiirj out.
The professor, who has a large
lawn, was making his regular dally
attempt to keep It clear of the autumn
leaves contributed by his neighbor's
trees. "There's a good deal of rake-
off ln this business," he said, stopping
a moment to rest, "but not a cent of
Cures    of   Rheumatism   and
Dropsy by Canada's Great
Kidney Remedy.
Yellow Grass, Assa., N.W.T., Oct. 23—
(Special). — "I think I should ISt the
public know the benefit I derived from
Dodd'a Kidney Pills." The speaker
was Mr. John White, well-known here,
and he voices tho sentiments of many a
man on those western prairies who has
been relieved of his pains and miserv bv
the great Canadian Kidney Remedy.
"I have been alllicted with Rheumatism for years, Mr. Whito continued.
"I tried doctors and medicines, but
never got anything to do much good till
I tried Dodd's Kidney Pills. What
they did for mo was wondorful.
"I also know the Harris family, and
I saw their little girl, Edith, who was
cured of Dropsy by Dodd's Kidney Pills.
I know that to be true. I tell you I feel
like recommending Dodd's Kidney Pills
even stronger than I talk."
There is no Kidney Disease that
Dodd's Kidney Pills cannot cure.
Mrs. Reuben Park of Chatham was
killed   while walking on the railway.
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.
It ls a refreshing thing, tn a material age, to see people who are ambitious rather than rich, who are more
eager to help others than to make
money. These are nature's noblemen, these are the characters which
enrich life, and which have pushed
civilization up from the savage to the
Florence Nightingales and the Llu-
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The Tempering of Copper.
Tlie expression "the tempering of
copper" arises from a thirteenth century misunderstanding of the Greek
word baphe—a word used by th*
Greco-Egyptian nlchemlstlc writers of
the third century. Herthelot, the eminent authority on alchemy, hns shown
thnt this word mny incur, tempering,
coloring (of cloth, glass and metals),
the coloring materlnls or the coloring
bath. Egyptian alchemy was busied
originally In producing brilliant
bronzes on copper and the copper alloys, and this expression "the tempering of copper" Menus, nud always has
meant, bronzing copper so thnt It may
simulate sliver or gold.—Arthur Jones
Hooklns In New York Times.
Mrs. Reuben Park, aged about seventy years, whose home was a short
distance from Chatham, in Chatham
township, was walking on the Pere
Marquette Railway track, when she
was struck by a freight train and almost Immediately killed. She Is said
to have been somewhat deaf. An Inquest will probably be held.
PHI Willi!
" My Father had three Sitters Die
of Consumption.   Last Spring
I was in a Deoline.
I have to thank Psychine for my good
health," writes the young lady whose face
is pictured above. " I could hardly drag
myself across the floor. I could not sweep
the carpet. If I went for a drive I had to
lie down whan I came back. If I went for
a mile or two on my wheel I returned too
weak to Hit it through the gateway. The
last time I came in from having a. spin I
dropped utterly helpless from fatigue. My
father would give me no peace until I tried
Ihe Dr. Slocum Remedies. After taking
two bottles of Psychine I must say the
results wer* wonderful. People were
constantly remarking my   improvement.
P/ ,
MlH Gits Wood, Brownsville, Ont. '-
I also took Coltsfoote Expectorant, and-*
mark the change. Instead of a little, pale,
listless, hollow-cheeked girl, I am to-day
full of life. I am ready for any active
amusements with my friends, and a few
months ago I could not struggle to the
church that was only forty rods l'roip our
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Mt, Pleasant Advocate
The Forestry convention whleh has
been summoned by the Premier of
the Dominion to meet in Ottawa in
January next calls attention to the efforts that have been made to plant
forest trees on our western prairies.
When settlement begins a supply of
building material and of fuel la one
of the first''things thought of and
this question obtrudes itself prominently on the sparsely timbered western prairies. The efforts successfully
made to grow clumps and belts of
trees have shown their value not ouly
for the purposes mentioned but for
shelter both to the houses and crops
from cold winds of winter and the
drying winds of the summer. What
can be accomplished by the judicious
planting "of forest trees for shelter
purposes is shown by the successful
growth of apples by Mr. A. P. Stevenson of Nelson. It will be of interest
to trace the efforts made by the government to assist the settlers In remedying the natural   conditions.
In submitting tho report of the Department of interior In 1870, ho then
minister of that department, Hon.
David Laird, stated that during bis
journey from Fort OWT-y to QuAp-
nelleln the summer of 1S74, nothing
Impressed Itself upon his mind more
than the treelessness of a vast portion of the country over which ne
passed. Day by dav ns he crossed
the wide extent of prairie utterly destitute of trees the question presented
Itself- How is the settlement of
these' oroides possible if the settler
s without wood for fencing, building
or fuel? His attention having been
called to the work done in tree planting in the Western States, he Instructed the Surveyor General Col.
J S Dennis, to obtain all available Information on the subject. .     . _.
Hon L B. Hodges, superintendent
of tree planting on the St. Paul and
Pacific line of railway was considered one of the most competent authorities on the subject at that time
and in making his report Col. Dennis
appended some suggestions on tree-
planting ffrom an essay by Mi-
Hodge and also quoted the assertions
made by that gentleman which be
thought his five yearn' experience justified Somo of these statements
were that at a mere trifling expense
the stockvard and buildings on the
Meekest ,-i.ralrie homestead mpy be
surrounded ln five yenrs with a belt
of trees forming a windbreak and affording effectual protectlou; that a
grove of trees can be grown ns surely aB a crop-of corn and with far less
expense In proportion to Its value;
that apparently worthless prairie
lands can, by the planting and cultivation of the timber thereon, be sold
for SI 00 per acre within twenty years;
that the net profits of lands properly
planted and cultivated with trees will
within ten years realize at the rate
of ten to ono as compared with profits attending the raising of wheat.
The Surveyor General added that outer more forcible propositions were
put forth by Mr. Hodge but he did not
quote them. Sufficient has been quoted however to show how sanguine
were the expectations of some of the
early advocates of tree planting and
how predictions were made on theoretical premises and with very light
As a reult of this Investigation tt
was decided to amend the Dominion
Lands Act so as to provide for "7or-
est Tree Culture Claims," similar to
is better than other Soaps
but is best when used in
the Sunlight way. Follow
FIRST.—Dip the article
to be washed in a tub of
lukewarm water, draw It
out od a washboard and tub
the soap lightly over it
Bu particular not to miss
soaping all over. THEN
roll il in a tight roll, lay
In tbe tub under tha water,
and go on the same way
until all tbe piece, bave tbe
soap rubbed on, and are
roiled up
Then so away for
thirty minutes to one
hour and let the Sunlight" joup do its work.
NEXT.—After aoalung
the full time rub tbe clolhes
lightly out on a wash board,
and the dirt will drop
outl tum the garment Inside out to get at the seams,
but don't use any more
soap; don't scald or boil a
single piece, and don't
wash through two suds. If
the water gets too dirty,
pour a littlo out nnd add
fresh. Ha streak la hard
to wash, rub some more
soap on It, and throw
the piece back into Ihe
suds for a few minutes.
RINSING, which is to be
done in luhewarni water,
taking special cars lo get
all the dirty suds sway,
then wring out and bang
up to dry.
for Woolens and rtan-
nelsproceed es follows:—
Shake the articles free from
dust. Cut a tablet of
ibavings, pour into a gallon
of bulling water and whisk
Into a lather. When just
lukewarm, work articles in
the lather without rubbing. Squeeze oul dirty
water without twisting
and rime thoroughly in two
relays of lukewarm water.
Squeeis out water without
twisting snd bang in ths
open sir.
sjsrThe most deli&Jte
colore mny be safely
washed In Uie Sunlight " way.
thoso provided tot by Act ot Don.
grass, and In 1876 an amendment was
passed authorizing th* granting of a
quart*r-sectlon of 160 acres after the
explrary of six years frpm the date of
entry on condition that eight acres
of the land had been broken and prepared for planting within one year
after entry, an equal area during the
second year and sixteen additional
acres within the third year after that
date, and that a similar scale had
been followed In tree planting commencing from the second year, the
trees to be placed not less than
twelve feet apart each way. Each applicant for entry would require to
make an affidavit that the land applied for was open prairie and without timber.   -
Under this amendment 253 claims,
covering an area of 40,480 acres were
taken up during the years 1877 to
1879, but only six entrants completed the duties necessary to entitle
them to patent, the last patent being
sued so recently as the 31st August,
1895. Most of the claims taken up
were ln the district along the Red
river, others were farther west near
the international boundary and some
as far west and north as the Mlnne-
dosa district. The claims for which
grants were Issued were ln township
2, range 4, east of the 1st Meridian
township 3, ranges 5 and 6, west of
the 1st Me|ridlan, and township
ranges 12 and 14, west of the 1st
The reason for the practical failure
ot this experiment was undoubtedly
the lack of knowledge of tho trees
suitable for growth ln the west and
of the methods of caring for them.
The provision that the trees must be
planted not less than twelve feet
apart shows at once that the knowledge of the supposed experts was
very faulty. In connection with agriculture the fact has gradually forced
itself upou the public mind that lt
cannot be carried successfully except
by those who have special knowledge
of and training In It, and it is largely
the same with arboriculture. The
grower must know what to plant, how
to plant it, and how to care for it afterwards.
At that time every Individual tree
grower had to make his own experiments, but the work of the Experimental Farms In Manitoba and the
Territories and of the Dominion For-
otry branch have placed matters ln a
much more favorable position. The
trees which have been found most
satisfactory for planting for woodlots
or shelter bolts are the box elder or
ashed leafed maple, the elm, the green
ash and the poplars. The poplars
grow fast but the wood Is soft and
not durable. The Cottonwood ls used
most of these trees. The Ruslan poplar was considered likely to be useful
bnt has been found subject to rot.
Elm makes a good growth and succeeds well on low ground. Green ash
makes a good wood but grows rather
slowly. The ashed leaved or Manitoba maple ls the most generally planted as lt grows so quickly that ln a
short timo a shelter bolt will attain
a  serviceable height.
But even after selection of the
proper species care In tno setting out
and management are required If success ls to be attained. The land must
be prepared for the reception of the
trees and the strong grass and weeds
that might choke the seedlings in the
flrst few years must be kopt down hy
cultivation. The Dominion Forestry
branch provides for expert advice In
these respects and the prospects are
that the efforts now made will be successful in acompllshlng what previous attempts failed to do up to the
present time.
Eeitma Known
by Intense Itching
If Mot Cured it Spreads and Becomes Chronic—What to Expect From
***_ AAA REWARD will be paid
_pj,l7UV to auy parson who
proves that Sunlight Soap con-
tains any Injurious chemicals
er any form of ad-".oration.
Vour Money Refunded by th*
dealer  from  whom   you buy
Sunlight Boap If yon find any
oauso for complaint.
No one need fear cholera or any sum-
mor complaint if thoy havo a bottlo of
Dr. J. D. Kellog's Dysentery Cordial
roady for use. It corrects all looseness
of the bowels promptly and causes a
healthy action. This is a medicine adapted for the young and old, rich and
poor and is rapidly becoming the most
popular medicine for cholera, dysentery,
ste., in the market.
(Orison Swett    Marden    in "Success
When   everybody   will   know    that
selfishness always defeats Itself.
When the churches! w... not bo
closed as long as Ihe saloons are
When to get rich by making others
poorer will he considered a disgrace.
When the golden  rule  will  be  regarded as the soundest business philosophy.
When the same standard of morality will be demanded of men as of
When all true happiness will be
found In doing the light, and only
tho good will be found to the real.
When the business man will find
that his bost interests will be the best
Interests of the man at the other end
of tho bargain.
When all hatred, revenge and Jealousy will be regarded as bonierangs
which inflict upon tho thrower the
injury intended for others.
When a man seeks amusement by
causing pain or taking the life of Innocent, dumb creatures will be considered a barbarian.
When every man will bo his own
physician, and will carry his own
remedy with him,—when mind, not
medicine, will be the great panacea.
When mun will realize that there
can be no real pleasure In wrongdoing
because tho sting and pnln that follow moro than outweigh the apparent
When tho world will havo everything to sell and nothing to givo, and
the price lt demands will bo the best
service the purchaser can render tho
When lt will bo found that repression and punishment are not. reforrm-
atlve, and our prisons will be transformed into great educative and character building Institutions.
When lt will be fonnd that physical
and chemical forces were Intended to
release man from all physical drudgery, and to free his mind from the
burden of living-getting that he can
make a life.
When no man will be allowed to
say that the world owob him a living
that he should not pay for; lt owes a
living only to cripples, Invalids, and
all others who can not, through some
misfortune, help themselves.
When the "grafter" who fattens
upon nn unsnspectln- tvili'lc, weir.
purple anil fine llnei ""1 'U-es In luxury, will be meted r". ""i same measurement of justice . •- 'hu vulgar footpad receives who kn-nks a man down
and picks his pockets.
When the "best socioty" will consist of men and women of brains, culture and achievement, rather than
those whose chief merit nnd distinction lie In the possesion of unearned
fortunes which they make It the business of their lives to squander.
The stages of eczema are marked by
redness of the skin — heat and inflammation—swelling — watery discharge-
formation of a crust or scale — and almost constant itching varying from
that which is simply annoying to that
which is positively beyond human endurance.
The beginning is often neglected chafing and skin irritation, or a small pimple or sore which has been poisoned by
the clothing.
Too frequent washing is to be avoided, but the afflicted parts should be
thoroughly cleansed with Packer's Tar
Soap and tepid water. After careful
drying (not rubbing) with a soft towel,
apply Dr. Chase's Ointment plentifully.
The ointment may seem a little severe at first, but this is necessary to
a thorough cleansing of the sores, for
relief from the dreadful itching will
come after the first few applications,
and thorough cure will be the reward
of persistent treatment
One thing you can be certain of, and
that is that you are not experimenting
when you use Dr. Chase's Ointment as
a cure for eczema, saltrhoum, psoriasis,
tetter, and similar skin diseases. It ha.
acquired its world-wide reputation by
the positive cure of these very diseases,
and while using it you can see that
gradually and certainly it is allaying the
inflammation and healing up the annoying and distressing sores.
Mr. William Castle, Eagle Hill, Alta.,
writes,—"About Nov. 1st, 1903, I broke
out with small red blotches on my arms
and they afterwards spread all over my
body. It was so itchy that I could not
sleep at nights for scratching. I suffered untold misery and was almost driven
te desperation. I tried everything at
hand and my friends recommended
numerous remedies all to no avail.
"When I began the uso of Dr. Chase's
Ointment I had little hopo of relief but
tho rosult has been wonderful. From
the first this preparation gave relief from
the dreadful itching and it has now
brought about a cure."
Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cents a ho**-i
at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,
Toronto. Tho portrait and signature of
Dr. A. TV. Chase, the famous receipt
book author, are on every box.
James Whltcomh Riley waa looking over a fence on his farm at a
field of rye, when a neighbor who was
driving by stopped his horse and asked:
"Hullo, Mr. Riley, how's your rye
"Fine, fine," replied the poet.
"How much do you expect to clear
to the acre?"
"un, about four gallons," answered Mr. Riley, soberly.
—Much time and attention were expended in the experimenting with tho
ingredients that enter into the composition of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills before they were brought to the state in
which they were first offered to the
public. Whatever other pills may be,
Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are the result
of much expert study, and all persons
Buffering from dyspepsia or disordered
liver and kidneys may confidently accept
them aB being what they are represented
to be.
Sad Shooting.
A Fort William, Ont., dispatch says:
—The first shooting fatality of the season occurred, iWhen Edward Smith;
jr., the fifteen-year-old son of Edward
Smith, proprietor cf the Manitoba
hotel at this place, was accidentally
shot ln tho thigh, sustaining injuries
frm which he expired a few hours
later.   Young Smith was hunting near
Wallace Irwin, the writer of humorous poetry, ls thirty years old. He
was born In Oneida, I\ew York. This
Is what happened to him in his early
days according to his own story:
"My father, who was ln the lumber
business, removed to the booming
mining camp of Leadville, Colorado,
In 1880. The schools of Leadville, at
that time, were struggling fitfully
along, closing with every strike, smallpox epidemic, or squabble ln the
board of education, so my early training was by fits and starts—mostly
fits. A little later on my father
bought a cattle ranch In a small way,
and I was put to herdng cows, again
to the detriment of my education. 1
was, however, an enthusiastic reader
of 'grown folks' books,' and swallowed a great deal of stuff too heavy for
my young digestion. Consequently,
when in my fourteenth year, we removed to Denver and I was allowed
to go to a civilized school, I found, to
my surprise, that, although I was
rather long on the English poets, I
was exceedingly short on spelling, pronunciation aud arithmetic. I was
given a brief examination and humll-
latlngly relegated to the third grade
among babies half my age. I remem-
mer that the first day we were given
a singing lesson. The little shavers
ln the class were raising their childish voices ln song when the teacher
held up her ruler severely. 'There ls
some one singing base in this class,'
she said.   I plead guilty, and the next
Fort William with one of the boarders
at his father's hostelry, when the man i ,jay was recommended for promotion.
fell,  discharging  hia  gun.    The  boy
waa brought to the McKellar hospital,
where he died a few hours after his
eryono wishes to be successful in an})
undertaking in which he may engage!
It is therefore, extremely gratifying td
WHERE WEAKNESS IS, DIS- the proprietors of Parmelee's Vegetable!
EASE WILL SETTLE.—Hone suffers Pills to know that their efforts to com-
from any organic weakness, inherited or pound a medicino which would prove ai
contracted, there disease will settle blessing to mankind have been success-.
when it attacks the body. Therefore tul beyond their expectations. The en-
drive out the pains that beset you, do dorsation of these pills by the public is a
not let a cold or a cough  harass you,   guarantee that a pill has been produced
and keep the respiratory organs in good
healthy condition. This you can do by
using Dr. ThomaB' Eclectrlc Oil, Prevention is the wisest course.
A Salt Lake City, Utah, dispatch
-At the semiannual conference
of the Mormon church, all the officers
of the church were sustained without
a dissenting vote. Because of the
charge made during the senate Investigation that Senator Smoot had sustained President Smith ln polygamous
practices, mi*_h interest was taken
on his vote. Tho voting was done by
the lifting ot hands. Observers say
that tbe apoBtle-senator dtd not raise
his hand with tbo others of the quorum. He did not, however, give any
sign ln the negative.
which will fulfil everything claimed for
Formign Canadian Starch Combine.
A Montreal special says:—A number of lending financiers are hard at
work in an endeavor to form a starch
combine in the Dominion. It is stated
that the project is well underway,
and that the four starch companies
now doing business in Canada have
consented to come in. They are the
Edwnrdsburg Starch company, capital
$500,000: Imperial, capital not stated;
Brantford, $100,000, and St. Lawrence,
Port Credit, $250,000.
If your children moan and nro restless during sleep, coupled, when a-
waae, witn u loss ol uppeiiio, pule countenance, picking of the nose, etc., you
may depend upon it that the primary
That   Cutting   Acid   that arises from  cause of the trouble is worms.    Mother
the stomach and almost   strangles,    ls   (j raves' Worm Exterminator effectually
caused by fermentation of the food   In   removes theso pests, at once relieving
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the stomach. It ls a foretaste of hull-
gestlon and dyspepsia. Take one of Dr.
Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets Immediately
after eating, and lt will prevent this
distress and old digestion. 60 In a box,
35 cents.—IS
A prominent member of the Franklin Inn Club, Philadelphia's foremost
literary organization, at a gathering
of book-writers recently, told a new
anecdote of F. Marlon Crawford, the
novelist. A certain young lady, so the
story runs, wrote to Mr. Crawford requesting that he send her a bit of sentiment and his autograph. Tho reply was:—"Dear Miss A :    When
you request a favor that Is of Interest
only to yourself, please enclose a two-
cent stamp. There's your sentiment
and here's your autograp.—F. Marlon
tho little sufforers.
ttch, Mange, Prairie scratches, Cuban Itch on human or animals, cured
In 30 minutes by Wolford's 8anltary
Lotion. It never falls. At all druggists.
France has accepted Russia's Invitation to attend the Peace conference
at The Hague.
(Orison Swett   Morden In   "Susjss*
Many a man has tried to justify tils
failure on the ground that he was.
doomed by the cards which fate
dealt him, that he must pick them up
and play the game, and that no effort,
however great, on his part could materially change the result. But, my
young friend, the Fate that deals
your cardB is in the main your own
resolution. The result of the game
does not rest with fate or destiny, but
with you. You will take the trick if
and determinate requisite to take it.
and determinate requisite to take it.
to change the value of the cards
which, you say, fate has dealt you.
The game depends upon your training, upon the way you are disciplined I
to seize and use your opportunities,
und upon your ability to put grit in I
the place of superior advantages.
Just,    because    circumstances    do
somol imos give clients to lawyers and i
patlentB to physicians,  put  commonplace  clergymen 'in  uncommon   pul- |
pits, and place the sons of the rich I
at the head of great corporations even ]
when they have only average ability :
and  scarcely any  experience,    while j
poor youths with greater ability and |
more experience, often have to fight I
their way for years to obtain ordln-1
ary  aituations,  are  you justified    in
starting out. without a chart   or   in
leaving a place for luck In your pro-1
gramme?   What would you think of
the captain of a great liner who would |
start out to sea without any port In
view, and trust to luck to  land his
precious cargo safely?
Did you ever know of a strong
young man making out his life programme and depending upon chance
to carry out any part of lt? Men who
depend upon "luck" do not think lt
worth while to make a thorough
preparation for success.
Power gravitates to the man who
knows how. "Luck is the tide, nothing more. The strong man rows with
it If lt rows toward his port; he rows
against It lf it flows the other way."
Eyes and nose ran Water. — C. G.
Archer, of Brewer, Maine, sayB: "I have
had Catarrh for several years. Water
would run from my eyes and nose for
days at a time. About four months ago
I waa Induced to try Dr. Agnews Catarrhal Powder, and since using the
wonderful remedy I have not    had    asx
Jttaok.    It relives In Un mtnutea."  «-
0 oenta.—II
Thos. Easton of Harvey township
fell off a bicycle he was riding and died
of heart disease.
..When Rheumatism doubles a man up
physician and sufferer alike lose heart
and often despair of a cure, but here's
tho exosptlon. Wm. Fegg, of Norwood,
Ont., saya; "I woe nearly doubled up
with rheumatism. I got three bottles
of South American Rheumatic Cure and
they ourad mo. It's th* quickest acting
medlolne I ever saw."—17
Oil Fields to be Under Protection.
A St. Petersburg dispatch says: —
Satisfactory measures for tho future
preservation of order ln the Baku oil
fields were determined on, at a conference' under the presidency of Finance Minister Kokvsoff, of representatives of the government and of all
the Industries which ensume naptha.
The oil men agreed to resume production. Their demand for the dismissal
of all natives from the police, and
the organization of a force composed
of Russians at the expense of the oil
men, wa accepted. Tho troops at
Baku, now numbering 9,000. will be
dV>t|ributed ftccrdlng to the suggestions of a committee of well owners,
among the properties of the fields
and works.
Heart relief In half an hour. — A lndy
In New York State, writing of hor cure
by Dr. Agnew's Cure for the Heart,
says; "I feel like one brought back, from
the dead, so great was my suffering
from heart trouble and so almost miraculous my recovery through the agency
of this powerful treatment. I owe my
Ufe to it."—18
Umbrella Failure.
A Montreal dispatch says:—Markus
& Markus and Charter Slsenweln,
ding business as Markus & Slsenweln
and the Standard Umbrella company,
have made an abandonment of their
property for the benefit of their creditors. Their liabilities amount to $108,-
918, and the assets are estimated at
between $35,000 and $40,000. The
firm was engaged in the importation
of German novelties and cloths, and
also the irltnufacture of i^ubrellas!.
The business haa been carried nn for
eighteen yeara. The failure waa probably due to bad debts.
■untight soap Is tetter than otlier tea-em,
bnt is best when used ia the flunliR.it way,
Suy SaaliKht Boap and follow du, ciior.i
Just Common Sense
Extract op Beep
will simplify many household
difficulties, reduce your table
expenses, and add several dishes
to your daily menu without
additional  expense.
"Culinary Wrinkles" tells
how to use Armour's F.xtract
of Beef in the kitchen, at the
chafing dish, and in the sickroom. Sent postpaid on receipt
of name and address nnd a
metal cap from a jir of Extract of Beef. Sold by druggists
and grocers.
Capitals Win Out In 8enaatlonal
A Vancouver dispatch says:—Last
Saturday s Lacrosse mutch between
New Westminister and the Capitals,
of Ottawa, wns very sensational. It
was played before 15,000 people at
Queens pnrk, New Westminster. The
Capitals won by 5 to 4. The Capitals
had played two hard games tn three
days, nfter traveling 3,000 miles, and
hud hnd a feood time betwoen the
games and camo <Vh tho field Ktale.
Tho Westminster people wero ln high
glee, and making merry over the way
tha Westminster team were playing
rag with the visitors. The Capitals
played ln the first half like a lot of
juniors. Thoy lucked ginger, , and
Westminster easily won four straight
games, ln 16, 5, 1 and 1 minutes. It
was not until the latter part of the
third quarter that Powers, Butter-
worth, Pringle and Allon and tho other
hoys woke up, nnd got the kinks out
of them, and went after Westminster,
Who were tired after the hard game.
To the consternation of Westminster's
nsemblcd thousands the Caps whipped
tho homo team by winning flvo
straight games ln 5, 4, 2 and G, and
nnother one In 1 minutes just before
the gong sounded. In the three games
played by Ottawa, fifty thousand people havo watched their clever stick
handling, clean checking and brilliant
combination, nnd above all their knack
of drawing Westminster away from
their flags, a trlk British Colulmbia
teams have yet to learn. In summing
up lt is hard to say which is tho better team, Vancouver, Capitals, or
Westminster. In tho sorles here,
Westminster niy managed to win by
one ganio from Vancouver.
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Saskatoon Busy.
A Saskatoon dispatch says:—Last
week was a busy week ln Saskatoon,
wheat and grain of all kinds pouring
In, taxing the powers of the Canadian
Northern yardB to find places for the
cars. The farmers' hearts have been
cheered by tho splendid harvest weather. The rains have made tho fall
plowln good, and quite a lot has been
Kalen Island to be Terminus.
An Ottawa special says:—Tho car
service department f tho Canadian
Atlnntc railway offico has been closed.
This ls the first offlce outside that of
the general manager to be closed under that of the Grand Trunk railway
system. All the staff have been look-
edafter. Most of tho clerks will be
transferred to Montreal. The report
from Detrot that Vancouver Is to be
the terminus of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway Is, It Is understood, made
out of wholo cloth. Kalen Island, ln
the Skcena river, has been chosen, and
the company will not swerve from its
decision to mako a great port at that
point at the dictation of a few men
who may desire to speculate in Vancouver city lots. The company holds
that as regards trade with tho far
east, Kalen Island has an advantage
of several hundred miles over the
more southerly route. The namo of
the new terminals for the city has not
been determined, and the Canadian
public will be Invited to assist n selecting lt. A prize of $250 will be
paid by the directors to tho Individual who suggests tho most appropriate name. It ls not to exceed eight or
nine letters, and must bo some euphonious Indian name ot the British
Columbia tribes.
A Mlddleton, N. Y., dispatch says:—
Trlpplo murder was revealed here
when the bodies of Willis and Fred
Olney were found In tho woods half
a mile from their home, at which was
found the murdered body of —lice
Ingerlck. Both brothers had been
shot The crime is expected to num-1
ber ono moro victim, the mother of
the girl Alice. Tho mother, who was
found unconscious in the barn of the
Olney brothers farm, has not regained
consciousness, and was said by physicians to bo dying from three fractures
ln her skull. As soon as daylight per-
mittel a search to bo made for Fred
and Willis Olney, who were missing
fro inthelr home, when Mrs. Ingerlck
wns found unconscious and her daughter murdered, tracks leading across
two fieds to a wood near tho house
wero seen near the searchers. The
tracks wore fresh. Just beyond them
In the woods were found the bodies of
Fred and Willis, each lying ln the
same position on his back, with ono
arm across the breast. All the pockets ln their clothing had been turned
Insldo out. Marks tn the underbush
showed that tho bodies had been dragged from a wagon to the place where
they were found. The police the waggon wheh evidently carried the murdered brothers to the woods to be the
same vehicle which many persons noticed ln tlio vlcin.ttj| of the Olney
farm. Two strangers were ln the
wagon and they drove Into an old
backwoods road about half a mile
away from the Olney farmhouse. Tho
wagon was selon driving up the old
road, when lt disappeared ln the
woods which borders the rood. Several hours after the time when lt waa
believed tho murder was committed,
this wagon was seen on tho same road
driving away from the vicinity of the
Olney brothers' farm. Tho wagon
went towards tho Shawangunk mountains. The pollco have not secured
witnesses to the-wagon's courso. The
fact that an attempt was mado to kill
every person who ls known to have
been In tho Olney house just before
tho murderous attack was made has
caused the police and the entire neighborhood \o declare that tho crlmq
had other motive than robbery and
that tho rifling of the Olney brothers'
pockets was only a ruse to mislead
pursuit. No plausible motive for the
murder haB yot been advanced by the
police. Willis Olney was a widower,
whose wifo died last August, and Fred
was a bachelor. Mrs. Ingerlck, who
had separated from her husband, had
been employed as a housekeeper at
tho Olney brothers' place only about
a month. Her husband, Martin Ingerlck, lived at Wurtsboro, N. Y.
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News of Husband After Six Years.
A Tronto special says:—After an
absence of bIx years, during three of
which he has been definitely believed
to bo dead, hy i.ll his relatives and
friends. J. .1 Daly, who, during tho
boom days was u prominent real
estate agent n Toronlo, Is now believed to he nllve In Greenwich, Conn.
Ills lilcntlflcutloji, and then seems
to be little doubt that lt ls he, camo
through a message received ln Toronto to tho effect that a man believed
to be .1. J. Daly, husband of Mrs. May
A. Duly, 22 Boswoll avenue, Toronto,
was locked up at Cie.nwlch, Conn.
Mrs. Daly way rnl.'od upon at her
home, and t'n licit came as a groat
shock to her, who seemed overjoyed
nt the prospect, or even possblllty of
ascertaining definitely that her husband was still ultve. Telegrams were
dispatched antl replies were received
from the sheriff saying that J. J. Daly
was being detained. Mrs. Daly left to
M wii:
That Cough
which ordinary remedies have not reaohed,
will quietly yii
Gray's Syrup of RedSpruge
It cum thoae heavy, dsop-MatW coaifce—t,kaa aw*;
thaaorcntu—htala the threat—etttagtttM tae lswga.
Non. Uie loss tffectlv* beeatiM lt Is plauaat le take.
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Office:  2525 Westminster'aveuue.
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English   Office—80 Meet street,
Lonlou, E, 0.,  England Where a
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North  Aral School   Concert. Wisliiii.q you all a Bright and Prosperous
New Year
oocroooooooooocjocsooo and thanking you.
most cordially for the splendid business
you have giveu us the past year.
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Sr Michael s, (Anglicau).
Cornel- Mnih avenue nun i'riuce -Edward
Btreet. SERVICES at 11 a. in.. and7:80 p.m.
floly Coiuniuuiiill 1st and Ud Sundays in each
nioiill1 after morning prayer,-_it and -Jill Sill
days ul sa. nt. Sunday School at 2:$Q p.m.
Itov. ti. H. Wilsou, Rector.
Rectory H7- Thirteenth avenue, east. Tele
^ihone B17W.
Advent Christian Chnroh (not 7th day Ad-
enttsts). Seventh avenue, near Westminster
uveune. Services II a.m., and 7:30 p. in.,
Sunday School at 10h. 111. Young peoples'
Society 01 Loyal Workers ol Christian Kndeti
yor meots every Suadayoveningat6:46o'olook.
'.'rayer-lneeting Wednesday niglitsatSo'cloek
See Wheu Your L,odge Meets
meets ul:
The 2d and lth Mondays of th
Oonrt Vancouver,  1.  O.  P
8 p m.
Mt. Pleasnnt Lodge No. It),  I.O.O.F.
: meets at 8 p, in.
Vancouver  Conncil  No.  211a,   Oan-
: Tidiiin Order of Chosen Friends meets
the 2d and 4th Thursdays nf tlie month.
Alexandra Hive No 7, Ludies of the
- JjJiiccKbees holds its regnlar meetings on
' mho 1st, ami iid Fridays ol tin- month
The Alvocate is always glnd to receive
*ems of social, personal nr other news
Strom its renders. Send news items tn
.tie offlce or by telephone, B1405.
^'YoUflg'-"Peoples Societies.
Loyal W'li-kors of Christian Endeavor
smcet at IS minntes to 7,  every  Sunday
■ evening iu  Advent Christian  Church,
, tfoveuth aveuuo, near Wostui'r ave.
Epworth   League of   Mt.    Pleasant
1 Methodist Church meats at t_ p. 111.
B. Y. P. V., meets in  Mt. Pleasant
■ Baptist Church at 8 p. m.
Tho Y. P. S. C. E., meets at 8 p. m
jiu Mt.Plensasaiit Prcsbyterinn Ohnroh.
The North Arm  School  Concert  of
0. 22d, was well-attended, the school-
nn being   filled   beyond   ils   seating
pacity.     Mr.  Liviugstoue  aoted  us
chairman, n position fnr which he wus
eminently suited.   Mrs. Chandler played the organ and was ably assisted hy
her sou Mr. William Chandler with his
clarionet    The latter instrument provided choicest of music for the  inarches
nnd v.'iis highly appreciated.   Program
Chairman's Address.
Chorus, "My Mountain Home," School.
Reading Frederick Nielson.
New Columbian Drill... .Sixteen Boys.
Birdie's Hall Small Children.
Recitation Agnes Webster.
Recitation Phyllis Jefferson
Simple March... .12 Boy's and 12 Girls.
Little Wavelets  Small Ohildron.
Recitation Grace Toiulick
Tableau,scene 1.,"Somewhat Stnok-up "
Recitation   Mary Nielson.
Tableau,scene 2.."Somewhat Si nek-up."
Song   Herbert   Chandler,
Tub lean, scene 8.
Reoitatlon  Thorn Thorsen.
Tableau, scene 4 nud scene 5.
Recitation, Florence and Nora Chandler.
Gnu und Broom Drill by 10 Boys A Girls
S'uig, Laura Daniels and Jessie Gar toll
"Hound"  the Lnrgor Ohildron,
Moiith-orgitu solo Alls rt Gartull.
Dialogue... .Thom Thorsen and
Grace Gnrtelt.
"The Laud of the Maple," the Larger
Doll Drill  (i Girls.
Ten Lazy Boys.
Umbrella Drill Sixteen Girls.
"The Man of the North," by tho Larger
Although lengthy the program wns
listened to and watched with thogseat
est of interest und mauy were the com
plimeuts bestowed upon the children at
the close of the Coucert. After the
program was concluded luuch was
Quite a number of adults nlso received
presents, but most of theso wero provocative of laughter, and provided
much amusement tor the andionue
.he recipient,after whioh came tne distribution of the presents. This was no
small task for Mr. and Mrs.Santa Olnus,
.v hose antics greatly amused not ouly
thu children but nlso the older people.
Every child below school age received
presents, tn all tlie exceptionally
largo sum of $1)4.00 was collected iu the
District, nearly nil of which was spent
ou presents uud candies. At the con
clu .icu a vote of thanks was given to all
who had assisted iu making tho concert
such a success nud the crowd dispersed
upon singing the National Anthem,
i'-.-iucipul Robt. M. Robsou aud his
assistant Miss Thompson, are to be congratulated on tbo success of the Xmas
exercises so cleverly carried ont by th'
pupils >.
Telephone Numbers of LotalTllni-
B1799—Rev.G. H. Wilson.(Anglican).
lODG-Rcv. fl. A. Wilson. (Prosbytci till).
Bl'i-19—KoV.A. E. Iletheilliglon, (\letuodl»t>
S. T. Wallace w°*tmi"*ter™™«
Harris street. Telephone 12G0.
Mt. Pleasant Mail, (Postofflce.)
Mail arrives daily at 11 a.m., 1:80 and
6:80 p.m.   Mail leaves tho Postoffice at
t he same hours.
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New York Deutnl Parlors for your work
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per nu.nHi
XKotie.es for Ohuroh and Society Entertainments, Leoturos, etc.,   whkue
Till-. illl.ll-CT IS   10 RAlsr.   MONEY
will be charged for,
_ 'ill   Advertisements are   run regularly
and charged for uutil ordered  they
he diiji'ii-itinui'd.
•3-Transient   Advertizers   must   pay   in
jgt0#nesot Births, Marriage.,, und Deaths
published free of charge.
The remarkable vogue of lingerie
styles last season instead of acting
as a detriment to this line will have
a tendency to enhance its popularity. Lingerie styles are so acceptable to the wearer and represent
such good values for the money that
tl'cir large spring and summer sale
if assured. There will be f.immcJ
variously with laces and embroideries and will be made plain and simple, also showing bolero, Eton and
surplus effects. The innovation, if
it may be called such, is a tendency
to drape the sleeves. The sleeves
are nearly all full and made either
with the fitted long cuff to the elbow
or with the three-quarter sleeve?.
The short sleeve will probably be
nfprc popular next spring and. summer lli.111 it was last year, a fas!:-
ion pn'''-l that buyers should give I
e :rly consideration.
for Xmss Gifts
From 25c to $8
Try our   now  Perfume
it in positively the latest.
Public SSrug Get.
'■j TERRY & MARBTT. **
a   Free Delivery    Telephone 1588,   |;
© J-Jf _K_r5> raKR-MMI*! SB ___■■__-_■ MM
We nre located iu our New Store, 2838 with acomplete liue of Staple
aud 1 _ncy Groceries at lowest prices.
We have also lidded a liue of Collars, Ties, Underwear,  Shirts,  Sox,
Overalls, etc , wliich we will be pleased to hnvo you call aud inspect.
OUR MOTTO: Good Goods at lowest price.
Andrews Bros.,
2333 Westminster Ave. ' Phone 93S.
Somotody forgotten in the rush and hurry of Christinns week—or
probably you received a gift from a friend nnd wish to reciprocate.
All our Xmas Novelties are uow reduced in price.
$1 Ncclcwcar for 75o 75c Neckwear for 50c
ode Initialed Handkerchiefs for 85c
85c Initialed Handkerchiefs for 2.ic,
Colored-border Stilt Handkerchiefs all 50c. each
Suspenders in fancy boxes 75c
W. O. SCOTT, Manager. (Just between tbe two Bunks.)
ij.;j      435 Westminster Aye., Opp. City Hall.   ...i|
New Blouses
Ladies' New Neckwear,
Belts, Etc.
W. W. Merklev
Royal Bank op Canada Building
Corner Seventh nnd  Westminster
Avenues, Mt. Pleasant.
linen turnover collar. The newest
of the imported linen collars are of
thickish fine linen, and unstarched, so
that they lit in opaque white smoothness about the stock though perfectly pliable and without that stiff rigid
line of the starched variety. Some
of these new turnovers are very
deep, fully two inches, and have
..mall white linen-covered buttons set
about them for decoration.
The peculiar use and beauty of
these articles lies in their manifold
adaptability, a fact which is, of
course, apparent to all those of discernment. .
To the  Girl With Nothing a Year.
With cool weather and days still
long there is time—and should be
some inclination—to steal an hour or
two for some useful knitting or
crochet work. Among new and inexpensive things to make and give
away is a baby's go-cart blanket. The
maker must decide whether she will
use all white wool or a pleasing
shade of gray. It will depend upon
the cure to be taken of the blanket
when in use. It should take at least
five skeins of wool for the entire
pocket and several for border crocheting of German-town zephyr, bear
brand, four-fold. The width of the
child seated is a guide for the wool
strip, which should be long enough
to double into a bag large enough to
enfold the seated child and still leave
many rows above this pocket whicll
should reach and cover the child's
waist. A flap piece is joined on as
deep as the single part. A shell border is carried around the pocket after it has been sewed up at the sides
with needle and wool, and in front
on the flap, then' rows arc required
to widen and  trim it.
SMMMmtM    ISapoa*.
Successor to W. D. Muir.
Junction of Westmiuster Road and Avo.
'Fhoue 2053.
Timber  Licences.
NOTICE ir, hereby given Mint, CO
dnys after date, I intend to apply to the.
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds ami
Works for permission to purchase the
following descrilied bind, situated in
Const District, Range 5 :—
Beginning ar a post at the Northwest coruer of Lot No. BOO, and marked
A. A. Seymour's Southwest Corner;
thence North eighty chains; theuco
East twenty chains; thence South
eighty gihaius; thence West twenty
ohaius to pbiut of commencement; containing 160 acres more or less.
Located, October 2nd. 1905.
oot28,    . R. h. McINTOgH, Agent.
Dress &'Jaokbt Gutting and Fitting.
Mrs. Davie whilo abroad wns success.nl in receivings First-class Diploma
from the Kodinure Dress Cutting Asso-
ciatSlou, Glasgow.
She will dike classes for learning this
system. For iufoniintiou call tit 215:i
Second avenue, Fuirviow.
Advertize in the "Advocate.'
M Happy
New Year
to our friends  and  patrons.
The NEW year finds  Muir's
Bread still in the lead  of all
Latest   machinery,    best    of
flour, best bakers in the city.
Muir's Bread must be the best
'Phono 448,
Got yonr work done nt the
Glasgow Barber Shop
2 doors from Hotel
Frank Underwood, Proprietor
BATHS- Bath room fitted with Pohce
lain    Bath    Tun    nud  all   modern
(From A. C. Benson's New Volume.)
Twenty long years ago,
And it seems like yesterday!
And what have I got to show,-
What  have  I  gained  by  the  way?
I  have  loved my  fellow men,
But have  loved yet  more  my will
I   was  heedless  and   faithless   then—
I am faithless and heedless still.
Thirsting for love and joy,
Eager to mould and plan;
Those were the dreams of a boy,
These are the dreams  of a man.
F.ast and West  they are  gone,
My  comrades  of yesterday,
Some of them striding on,
Some of them fall'n by the way.
Yet this is my thought alone,
This have I won by the way—
That twenty long years have flown,
And it seems like  yesterday.
Slocks continue to grow in iielghth
ii.(1 by Spring will be quite as hig"ii
.'.s ever. There is a fashion just now
for high, black velvet stocks, with a
neat little bow in front, and a white
-    3LI'l—l s •_.. Ml.  H._U_|», .un..
-. ^<m-.jaKsts!i3mmmiaa
w>MBa>aBB_aa__m__a«i a-'uM-.Trram;)!
A Happy and Prosperous New   f
Year to All!   @@@     @@@
fo J>uv Your
wife a Present
It is Not too fate
Ladies'Jackets worth $7.50 to $17.50 for $4 each
Ladies' Skirts from $2 to $12.50 each.
Ladies' Silk Waists from $2.5010 $6.50.
J. S. McLeod, McBeth & Co.,
Corner Westminster Ave. and Hastings St., East-
mommmess ■ _i__.i_-.,i-__s__.i. ._,___-»•■< t,<a___n__sw;-s__tc
flivus point .to the fact that excessive or
li'i'fWiliir iiatln^r disturbs the digestion.
NigFrtnuire or night hug bus its day time
c'.rrc'piuiih.ne.! In tho undue fullness
ofl.-.• .'..tin*, wiih tho heli-hliiKs and sour
w hitter rising s'i often exuerlincM after
too hasty or ton hearty eating.
Dr. Pierce's Uoldcu Medical Dlscovory
turns r.ys|mpsla or bad stomach, When
the weiil; stomach Is strengthened and
Invigorated the whole body shares In Iho
iiicreaied strength derived from food
properly digested and perfectly assimilated.
"I wr.. a victim of BloonlesaneSB and ex-
tremo nortousiioss Indui'i'd l,y i-limnlc indl-   ,
Ki'Ktioil and 1 full heavy, til-mi and worn out
continually," writes Miss Mmy Smith, of 1013
!?"■ wi'lisiiteli Street, Colorado Sin-liius, Colo.
nr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery was
the only medicine which rellevud inc.   IVlth-
In a well after 1 licuaii uslnc It that heavy
oppressed feelhur after meals had left me,   I
mill 1 found that 1 was able to sleep bettor   i
•hnn  for months  previously.     My appetllo
!•■«.. i-.i-.nlually restored, mineral system was   j
toned nn, nervousness became a tlilriiruf Ihe
pr.st nail 1 have now br.cn in milcndld health
for over nine months.'.'
Sometimes j. -elfish dealer tempted hy   !
the little more ,miHt paid on the sale of
less meritorious medicines will offer thu  I
customer it substitute us being "just us   j
gnnd" us thn "Discovery."    It may bo  I
better fur him because it pays better, but
lt Is nut us Kotid for you. If you want the
medicine  that   has  cured   others, und
which yon believe will cure you.
lOOO-paie Doctor Hook sent free
on receipt of SI one - cent
stamps to cover postoue only;
60 Hlniiiiw for cloth-hound
copy, l-ormeily sold for ifl.M
ti) extent of over MIO.litiO
copies. Every family should
po-.uss a copy for ready reference in cn^e of sudden 111-
nivs or accident. It Is illustrated wllb bun dm lis of
wood-ruts and several colored
flates.     Address   Dr.  R. V.
iort«, Buffalo, N. Y.
Or. Pierce' I Pellets Cur* Constipation.
Argyle House
The. Big Bargain Dry Goods Store nf B. O.
A Snap in
Double faced  .Satin Ribbons of the very best quality,
and perfect, at Half-price, a good assortment of colors.
'ij-inch wide worth Bo for JJlfc'c yd   2J_j'-inch wide worth 2*ic for L-^'c yd
l'incli wide worth 10c for lie yd       8-fnoh wido worth 80c for 16c yd
Onr Army of Xuins Novelties for prosents can't be oicolled.
J. Horner,
4O0 Westminster Ave. Opp. Carnegie Library.
Annual SALE of
On all Overcoats
Thomas  FOSTER.
SS3 Hastings Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.
Mail   OttBBRS   promptly   attended   to.—Self-measurement
blanks and samples sent ou application,
•**#«_»** **&*&&^&>iilte?tL*iit *+* •_•**•
i ©@ <128_S_£§lf_S@_l®
for the Holiday Trade
Lace Scarves—these nro very uew in New York to-th y, nud nro much
in demand hero.    Wo hnve jnst opt-necl up a benutifnl new  line ut 2iie,
60c, 75c, 85c, #1.25, f'J up to (4.
Silk Ruchlngs—come in white, sky,  pink nud creniu,  nlso black;
just as wanted for evouiuj,' gowns, etc., per yard  10c.    Specinl prices
by the dozen yards.
Umbrellas—Ladies'   and   Men's  Umbrellas,  have  best  paragon
framo, steel rod and good covers; special at tl.
Ladies' Twilled Gloria Pariisols, b.st steel rod nud Strong frame, a vn-
rity of handles to select from; prices $1.50. "il.75 nnd ?2.
303 Hastings street.
1 False Creek
Con. Front Stbbst and
Westminster Avenue.
Milk and Cream
Wholesale and Retail.
Onr premises nre denn nud commodious, and we have aduiiruble
equipment nnd facilities for
handling milk. FALSE CHEEK
DAIRY is well-known in the
city. As_ our custoniars nbout
fc      _  11 __-J
VM-Bt-MI a_M__I «■_»«**
Omar Khayyam Junior.
Now the New Year.rcviviuft old Desires,
The craving Phoenix rises from its Fires
Indeed, indeed Repentance Oft I swore.
But last Year's Pledge with this New-
Year expires.
Come, fill the Pipe, and in  tho Firo ol
The Onbau  Lenves upon   tho Embers
That iu its Incense I may serinonizo
Ou Womau's Ways and till  that sort
of Thing
Ah, Love,  th' Invisible Buskin at the
Illumes yonr Eyes that languored gaze
and wnlt
And iu their Iuciiudesceuco seem to ask
The world-old Question; "Is my Hat
On Straight."
A Griind Piano nndeiTieatb tho Bough,
A Gramophone, a Ohinese Gong, and
Trying to sing an Antheiiinoft'theKey—
Oh, Paradise wero Wilderness enow I
So unto Venus' Oracle in turn
I lenned, tho Secret of niy Love to lenrn.
Tho Answering Riddle enme: "She. loves
you, yes,
In just Proportion to t lin Sum you Kuril.'
—Wallace Irwin.
Bofore starting on a shopping tour,
look over tho advertisements iu the
Which Meet on fit. Pleasant
I. O. V.
Court Vancouver 1828, Independent
Order of Foresters meets 2d nud 4th
Mondays of ench mouth nt 8 p. Bl., in
Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting brethren always welcome.
CttiEi'- ivAN-iKit—-J. B. Abernethy,
RKt'OKOi.Nd __..i.i:i.tary—$, Hansen,
12 Seventh nveuue, weal.
Financial Skcrktaiit—M. J. Crchnu,
SH IMneess street. City.   Telephone
t. o. 6Tf.
Mt. Pleasnut Lodgo No. I(1 meets overy
Tuesday nt 8 p. m , in Oddfellows Ilall
Westinlqster avenue,   Mt. Pleasant.
Sojourning brethren cordially invited
to attend.
Noiile Git and—G. W. Jnniieson.
It ncoitiii xQ Secretaky—Frank
Triiublo.opr. Ninth ave. * Weafnrin'r rd.
Alexandra Hive No. 7, holds regular
Review 2d nud 4th Mondays of ench
month in Knights of Pylbins Hall,
West minster avenue.
Visjting Ludies always welcome.
Lady Ootnuiaudor—Mrs. F. L. Hudlong,
180 Eleventh nvenne, west.
Lady Record Keeper—Mas, J. Mnrtin,
Ninth aveuuo.
Vancouver Conncil, No. 211a, meets
every 2rt aud 4th Thursdnys of each
mouth, in I O. O. F., Hall, Westminster avenue. .
Sojourning  Friends always welcome.
W, P. Flewelling, Chief Councillor.
Miss A. Chambers, Recorder,
■■T'H Westminsteriivelllii!.   Toi. 769.
60  YEARS'
Trade Mark*
copyriohts _c.
Anvi.ini Hi-iitlnu a sketch nnd flcscrtpllnn mny
ijuei.lv iisii riiiin our opinion freo whether an
Invent Ion In prnhnlily piitentnhlo. Ctimmiintca-
tlnil-SUicti.TuiUlilotitlnl. IUntnitiokou Patents
sent 11 --i-. Olilost iiui'.ik-v for serarliiepalenti,
r.Li"nui taken through Munn A. Co. recelvi
iprftii! notice, tvlfhoul ohanto. In the
Scfeniific American.
A * - I ..ii'H'iv illii -,ttiit( il we-ehlv.    I.nrirofit clr-
i-tiiiiii.'ii of nny ielontlflg J'luriuil,   Turmn. $3 ft
Efiirt four tnoittlis, $L  Bola byall nowi.legion.
& Co.38""-""1'--"' New York
I Ollloo. 113- V Ut., WiMliliiittnii. D. 0.
r:. & J. HARDY & CO.
Company,  Financial,  Press nnd
80 Fleet St., London,  EC,  England
Colonial Business a Specialty.
For Local Nows Rend Tun Advocatk
There is no home too small to use Electric Light.    Every
dwelling should use it—Everybody will use it.
The children—bless them—they cun not upset the Electric
Light aud burn the house dowu,    They can do no harm
whatever with Eleot.no Light.
It can bo lighted or extinguished by a toncb of a bnttou.
No lamps to clean; uo smell of coal oil; no disfigurement
of walls.
Wheu a small amount of light is uecdod, 0 or 10 caudle
power Lamps may be installed,  thus reducing the total
espouse of light.
Call and seo us in reference to installing Electric Light to
take tho place of your Goal Oil Lamps.
B. C. Electric Raiiwav Co. Ltd.
Corner Carrall antl Hastings streets.


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