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Devoted to Advertising the resources
of the rich Slocan
Mining Division. . .
%pi to any addressf
$2.00 per ann.
'you see it in the
Review,"   it's  so.
No. 4    Vol. 2.
SANDON, British Columbia, Thursday, Sept. 19, 1907.
Single Copies 10c.
2nd Annual
Fruit Fair
SEPT. 2'tii and 25th, 1007
Grand Exhibits ot Products of the
.2,500 in Prizes and Attractions.
Special Fruit Competition open to
the World for $'100 caBli prize.
Special Contests for Prospectors
and Loggers.
Not a dull minute for two days.
Prize lists and entry forms may
be had from tlie Secretary.
Ulocal ano General.
Picked up by Butting in Everywhere.
The boss took a sudden notion to follow the crowd to Nelson Fair this week,
and he very graciously took along "us,"
tbat is, " we," whom he so fondly designates the " devil." Being overcome
with liquid joy and dryer attractions he
issued the officious mandate that we,
the devil, return hence and peddle
the oxygen for this issue. Up to Friday noon his hulking carcase has not
blurred the horizon, so we conclude he
is still " whoopin' 'er up" at tlie Hume,
Somei. .ig might drop when he sees
this, nnd it iui*_l*U*c "us," but we shall
rise for tins journalistic effort, aud probably from his physical cne later.
���When last seen D.ive Kane, J. W.
Power, Bill Hunter and Nick Cavanaugh weie introducing tlie hoEs to the
NelBon_ guys as Towgood, and he was
trying to set a brewery pace with a
printery income. We can see his financial finish, and almost feel ouis.
Of course everybody ia going to KubIo
Fair next Tuesday. For this occasion
we look to see the excursion train packed with Sandonites, as the people of
Kaslo did handsomely by us on Labor
Day.   Let's all go I
Special attractions have been arranged for both Tuesday and Wednesday evenings next at Knslo. On Tuesday a 10-round glove contest between
tbe winner of the Elmore and Flfczslm-
iiions go at Nelson and a local man has
been arranged for a big purse. On
Wednesday evening a grand ball will be
held at the Opera House.
Tbe Elkhorn exhibit at Nelson Fair
secured the trophy eai-ily.
Bully for New Denver! Avison'a
exhibits of pumpkins and squashes
discounted those of other competitors in
It is the general consensus of opinion
of tlie crowd who witnessed the rock
pounders in open competition at Nelson
this week that the Slocan miners are
veritable whirlwinds and that McGillivray and Erickson are the finest combination which has yet been Eeen in
There is always a sense of satisfaction
when one is nt the winning end of a
bet, but somehow we cannot help notice
that when it is Nelson money the accompanying trimmings amount to
downright enjoyment. 'Twas ever
thus, and nobody need be snrprised to
learn that the Sandon bojB are baling
a high old time with the pile they won
at Nelson.
Heard on the grand stand at Nelson.
Excited Nelsonite: "I'll lay 100 lo 60
on the Fauld's team." Sundonite;
" Call yer. Oh, it's like stealing candy
from a kid."
Sandon got more gratuitous advertising after tiie big contest at Nelson on
Thursday than rouM lie obtained for a
pot of money. Sandon, Sandon team,
Sandon boys, Sandon, Snndon, everybody was talking Sandon on Baker
The Nelson people appeared greatly
pleased at tho large number of Slocan
visitors down for tbe Fair.
The weather was good, the exhibits
wero fine, the carnival was splendid, the
arrangements were perfect, and the
hospitality was hearty.
Bishop Dontenwill will hold a Confirmation service in tiie Catholic Church
on Sunday morning next at 10 o'clock.
J. 61. Harris' fine specimen of anti-
monial silver from the new stiike at the
Reco was much admired at Nelson Fair.
We have yet to learn why tlie sample
docs not appear among tlie prize winners. It was entered o.k., and tlie
specimen ittelf was by far the richest
on the stand.
Silverton secured the htjndsome silver
cup for the best exhibit from the Slocan.
W. H. Brandon waa responsible for
this substantial boost for the Silverton
John Binnifh, a pioneer miner at the
Arlington mine, died suddenly last
Saturday from an attack of peritonitis.
The deceased was greatly respected.
Ho leaves a wife and six, children to
mourn his loss.
We are glad to sse that J. T. Foley ia
out playing marbles a<_ain. Look out
for your shoulder Foley.
We are pleased to learn that Robt.
McTaggart and A. Stonier have been
discharged from the hospital this week.
If anyone lias any kick coming about
our paper this week, blame it on the
printing devil.   He did it.
The mails of Sandon are so heavy,
that it iB impossible to sort all the letters arriving the same day, eo that tlie
post office Btaff has two new, handsome
and smiling young ladies who deliver
letttra with a pleasant nod and advice
as to how to feed the baby properly etc.
"A Pair of Country Kids" wai greeted
by   a  fair sized audience on Monday
a pronounced manner.    Four firsts and.
 ,   ,   ,   . ,.     ���*.������.(.   night.   There was nothing  particularly
one special     We look to see the exhibit ���
atKaalo.    As Hilliard Tower remarked,
,     ,,,      ,     , .  I inst thick enough to hold   it togctbe
"Let'em all  come; they'll get a fair j ^ B _  ."_    .
���hake here."
startling about the piny.   The plot was
There were several  very  amusing   situations, the best one being where  she
Much  comment   was  overheard   at I re*0(ed to be ki8ecii whi*0 jrty.jfty v,a_
Nelson regarding the determination of'lookiuK      she  mu,t heard ftbout  lho
Kaslo fruit  growers not to exhibit at | ���inky   finger    marjjBiM     xhe   acting
the Nelson Fair. NeeJlesi to add, despite the air of nonchalance which dominated a certain ciicle of Nelson officials,
the Kaslo exhibit was missed this year ��� ���, ��� . .   _.    ,
'       ispent in Sandon.
and missed badly at thai. We would
hate to probe an old  wound, but Kaslo
could have beeu better hut it was certainly good enough to at least break thc
monotony of  the evening   aa   usually
Rev. J.   McKinnon,  ol  Slocan  City,
will conduct morning and   evening eer-
certaiu>_____i_L___.t it banded out to them .
...i imiugioaujiaaw' ,vices in the   Presbyterian   church ou
in bui^JPTast year and the reault this j Qw^ ^^
year was inevitable and plainly visible,
If Nelson does the right thing as it is
UP to them to do at Kaslo Fair next |
week the end of the feud will bave'taken
place, and we accordingly suggest a
" love feast " for Wednesday evening
Neil O'Donnell, one of Hilly Bennett's
partners in the Winslow, n free-gold
prospect of great merit in the Lardeau,
came in last night,
New Denver Lodge K. of P. No. 22
visited Sandon Lodge No. 24 hist Wednesday evening, when three candidates
were knighted.      Tlie  meeting wound
Tlie villain of the play, which was
performed here Monday, hit the hoozer-
ino after the show at Kaslo on Tuesday,
and got his head punched for being too
hilariously assertive toTrixie, theehar-
ming soubrette, out of office hours. He
also has a penchant for cannibalistic
customs besides chewing; the rag, and
one of Kaslo'a most popular hotel men
has now a facsimile of the galoot's
molars on his hand. The head punching episode which followed was merited,
and no wonder that the funny man of
tlie piece remarked: "See what Cockle-
doodle-did I "
Mack White has returned to Spokane
to resume his studies nt high Bchool.
Mrs. O. V. White who accompanied him
to Spokane,  has arrived home again.
6Iiss Murchison, of Kaslo, is relieving deputy poet-master general Graham
from duty for a few days. Harold is
out to Nelson sparking tlie girls.
A public meeting to devise ways and
menus of disposing of suiplus obtained
at the Sandon Labor Day celebration.
was held in the City Hull last night.
All the affairs of the celebration ��rere
wound up and a very hearty vote of
thanks passed to the secretary and the
president. There were several propositions introduced to dispense with lho
surplus of".144.40. One was to bank
$100 for a future celebration; another
was to donate the whole for a permanent benefit to tlie Miners Union Hospital, sucli as painting it or putting a
yeraiulah on the front, but the motion
which ultimately went through was to
the effect thut tbe total amount be
handed to the hospital board unconditionally.
Several men who, as a rule, are worth
believing, informed us thia week that
Bill Miner, the outlaw, is in the Slocan
and not many miles from Nakusp.
Joe Potter denies matrimony and
threatens us with a roast. It will be
worth reading when Joe retaliates.
Frost is iu the air and the coal man
Surt Towgood is taking lessons in
apple packing. His exhibit at Kaslo
will be out of sight.
Bishop Donlonwill and Fr. Jeannotte
returned last night from a tour of this
Tiie celebration committee were called
upon to pay the C.P.R. $25.85 this
week, this amount being the unearned
residue of a $75 guarantee for Bpecial
train service on Labor Day and the day
after. The money was paid with no
added kick or comment. Considering
the muddled up service from Slocan
City on Labor Day, tbe payment of the
money without a vigorous protest causes
us some surprise.
The C. P. R. steamahip department
announce the winter rates on their
Atlantic steamers becomes effective at
once. Usually these tates do not come
into effect before November 1st. This
affords an excellent opportunity for an
Autumn trip to the Old Country, at
greatly reduced rates, with unexcelled
first-class accommodation.
The Bchool trustees havo arranged
that the winter session for the public
school will be conducted in tbe City
Hall, and all the desks and school
equipment hnve been transferred from
the school. The new arrangement ia
greatly appreciated hy tho scholars and
their parents.
McDonnell and Isenor, the winners of
the Sandon contest, disappointed tlieir
many admirer* at Nelson, but their
failure) tn get nearer than third position
is due to the fact that both boys are recovering from severe colds contracted
at our celebration, otherwise they
would have chased lbs winners and at
least got second money. There are
some who talk about backing them
against tlie winners when they get fit
Sandon was  en  fete Thursday night
when the telegram from Neil McMillan
arrived to tell of the glorious victory of |"P  "''*'  an   informal  social  program,
tho Queen Bos.  team ut No I sou in tlie
big   rock drilling contest.     Our prognostications^! egarding the ultimate sac
inging, reciting and oratory were tlie
rder  of  the   evening.     The  refresh-
_ | merits were tbe beat  in  the experience
For Sale at tie
Sandon Dairy
cess of McGillivray and Erickson were
and   we  feel
I of the older   members  that  were over
i served in any lodge  room and did great
substantially endorsed, .*���������-��� w-. *'-'=���, credit to the refreshment committee,
confident that if the learn goes .to especially Mrs. A. Shilland, who did
Spolyina it  .ill cover itself with glory,    most of the work.
7 Good Winter Cows.
JAS, McKINNON, Sando**. B.C.
P.O. Box 117
Slocan Lake Launch Club
Hold Most Successful
The postponed New Denver regatta
was pulled off yesterday in glorious
weather and before a large crowd.
There was a full days program of sport
whicli was much enjoyed, consisting of
water and field events.
The greatest surprise of the day was
the unexpected victory of F. D. Kelly's
boat "Nitnsen" in the launch race, he
carrying oil both cups. The principal
events were:
Scratch launch race, Ed. Angrignon's
Hunter Cup,  F. D.  Kelly's  Naneen.
Gintzberger Cup, F. D. Kelly'B Nnn-
Canoe race, Cornwall 1st, Brockman,
Married ladies race, Mrp. Kennedy 1st.
Canoe race, second series, Liud-ay 1st
Cornwall Snd.
Siamese race:   Cornwall and Lindsay.
There were numerous other eventB
which tilled out a most enjoyable day.
TRaFuiep 'Koteg,
Word reached here this morning oi
the death of Mr, Robert Glendinning in
the Rovelstoke hospital. Mr. Glendinning has been a resident of Nakusp
for a number of years; he was one of
the pioneera of tbo town and was greatly
respected. He leaves a wife and oue
Miss Olive Vanderburgh, of Ainsworth,
spent a few days in town.
Miss Maude Anthony, of Winnipeg is
viaiting in town.
The lumber has arrived and next
week we expect Nakusp will have a
line ol brand new sidewalks out.
Mrs. L, J. Edwards, and masters
Mervyn and Wyne, arrived home from
tlieir hunting trip. Mrs. Edwards was
fortunate enough to bring home a deer.
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice that Herman  Dorey,  of
Nakusp B. C, bu-tnnan, intends  to ��lily for permission to  purchase  the   following described land.
Commencing at a post marked Herman Dorey's N,E. corner, planted at
the S.E. coiner of lot No. 8049, situated
about two miles from the Airow Lake,
on McDonald Creek, running 40 chains
south, then 40 chains west, thei.ee 40
chains north, thence 40 chains oast to
place of commencement and containing
160 acres more or less.
Dated August 19th, 1907.
Wiiliam A. Mitchell, Agent.
District of West  Kootenay.
Take notice that Harry J. Labraah,
of Nakusp, B. C, hotel keeper, intends
to apply fur permission to purchase the
following described land:
Commencing at a post marked Harry
J, Labraih's N.E. corner, planted at
the S.W. corner of lot 8509, situated
about two miles from the Arrow Lake,
aud one half mile from McDonald creek
and running 40 chains west, tli.nce 40
chains south, thence 40 chains east,
thence 40 chains north to place of commencement and containing 100 acres
more or less.
Datod August 19 1907.
4-13 Herman Dorey, Agent.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Alexander Ducharme,
of Nakusp, B.C., bushman, Intends to
apply for permission to puichase tbe
following deaciibed land.
Commencing at a post planted at the
north-east corner of B. M. Stuart's purchase, thence east 60 chains, thonce
south 40 chains, thence wost 00 chains,
thence north 40 chains, to place of commencement, and containing 240 acres
more or less.
Dated August 10. 1907.
Fly   Fraction   snd    Dardanells   Fraction mineral  claim, situate  in   the
Slocan    Mining    Division    of   West
Kootenav Distiict.    Where located :������
In Dardanells' Basin.
Take  notice that I, D. Fraser, acting
as agent for the  Dardanells and Okana-
gan  Mining Company,   Limited,   Free
Miners Certificate No. B17551, intend, 60
days from the date hereof,  to apply  to
the Mining   Recorder for a  certificate
of Improveiheni** for the purpoie ot obtaining  a Crown Giant  of  the above
And further take notice, that action
undor section 87, must be couuueuoed
before tho issuance of such Certificate of
Dated this24thday of Aug., A.D.100*7
0.9 D. FRASKK,
Charles Batchelor and wife came iu I
from Spokane Wedneseay.
Mrs. Henry Bohme and Miss F.
Shepard, New York, are guests at the
J. A. Tyo wife and family passed
through en route to Victoria last Thursday.
J. D. McKinnon is in from Slocan
W. H. Smith came up from Whitewater yesterday.
Word has been received from Miss
O'Donnell that her brother Bernard is
now out of danger. Ho has undergone
an ope ration for appendicitis.
W. E. Warnow is again nursing at
the Miners Union Hospital.
Land Notice���District of West Kootenay
Take notice that William Fovargue
Whellams, of Kaslo, B. C, accountant,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at the south-east corner
of Lot 7523, thence norlh 40 chains,
tlience east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of commencement, and containing 160
acres more or less. This application
covers preemption of D. F. McKellar,
Preemption Record No. 104, which was
cancelled ou the  24th  day of   August,
William Fovargue Whellams,
per Henry Stewart Whellams,
Dated, September 8,1907. agent
Evelyn Mineral Claim,  Bituate  in  the
Slocan Mining Division of  West Kootenay   District.    Where    located:~
Four Mile.
Take notice Ihat I, S. E. WatBon,
free miner's certificate No B5073, acting
for C, D. Rand, tree miner's certificate
No. B12529,  intend 60 days  fiom  tlie
date  hereof, to apply   to  the  Mining
Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining  a
Crown Grant of the above claim.     And
further  take  notice that action under
section 87, must he  commenced  before
the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.
Dated this   3rd day  of   September,
A.D., 1907.
8-11 S. E. WATSON.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days from date I intend to apply to the
Hoard of License commissioners of the
Slocan license district for a train fer of
my liquor license of Rosebery Hotel,
Rosebery, B.C., to Joseph Perant.
m. McCarthy
A meeting of the Board of License
Commissioners will be held to consider
Buch transfer at thc Court House, New
Denver on Monday the 7th day of Oct.
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
Dated at New Denver, the 5th day of
Sept.  1907.
Chief License Inspector.
If not, you may have a friend
who is, and he would be glad to
know of some big bargains. The
following articles were saved
from the fire at the Filbert Hotel
on Jan. 15th last, and are all
guaranteed to be in excellent
condition and fit for the best
Hotel in the Province.
Read on.
enough to heat any ordinary
sized hotel, complete with
pipes, fixtures, etc $50
Does that interest you ? Read on.
2 NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS, absolutely perfect and
as good as new.
One cost $245 $150
One cost $125 $50
canopy to carry off smoke, all
complete for   $35
by 5 ft., with bar, back bar,
and copper-lined work board
and bottle racks, complete with
highly finished bottle cabinets
for sides $125
1 Automatic electric PICTURE
MACHINE, in splendid working order, with five dozen interchangeable views from life.
A big money-maker $35
A very handsome REGULATOR
CLOCK, cost $100 $50
A swell CLOCK, cost $25. .$12.50
Call on or write to
Reco Hotel, Sandon,
Exhibits will Exceed Last Year's. - Attractions That Will
Draw the Crowd are Numerous. - McGillivray
and Erickson Sure Starters in Tuesday's
Rock-Drilling Tournament.
Below will be found the full program for Kaslo's Second
Annual ?ruit Fair, which will be opened on Tuesday next and
will be open on Wednesday also. It will be seen that the
attractions to be provided are such that given fine weather a
most successful Fair will surely result. At the eleventh hou r
yet further attractions have been added, which include a io-rouud
glove contest on the evening of the first day and a Grand Ball
Wednesday night. McGillivray and Erickson, the heroes of
the great Nelson Drilling Contest, have wired Secretary Bonner
that they will positively compete. This will prove a great drawing card, and one worth going miles to see. The money for this
will be :
First Prize $150.00; Second Prize $75.00.       Time, 15 Minutes.
���J-inch Steel.       Entrance Fee, $2.00 per team.
All Entries for this Contest must be in the hands of the Chairman of
the Sports Committee not later than Friday, Sept. 20th.
The conditions are that there must be Three or more Entries to pull off
the Contest. Judges will be appointed by the Sports Committee after
consultation with the Contestants. Contest to start at 2.00 p. m. on
Tuesday, September 24th.
Soil (Earriagf -{larail*. (decorated carriages.)    Girls under 12 years.
i First, Second and Third Prizes���Candy.       Donated by M. R. Smith
& Co., Victoria.
Competing parties will start from A. T. Garland's corner and parade to
the Fruit Fair Buildings (Drill Hall): Judges will be appointed by the
Sports Committee on the day of competition. Parade will start at 4.00
p. m. on Tuesday, September 24th.
���Samtnrk jKakittg dottfeBi.
First Prize, $ 10,00 Mackinaw Suit, donated by Lentz & Leiser, Victoria.       Second Prize, Pair of Miner's Shoes, donated by J. Leckie & Co.
Conditions���Three or more to enter. Judges will be appointed by
the Sports Committee on the day of competition. Contest will start at
3.00 p. m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24th.
���Ea&fefl Nail att& &mro Erintttg (Eawttst.
First Prize, a Shirt Waist; Second, Pair of Gloves.
Contestants will be required to drive one 4m. Spike and one 2in Screw
flush to the Plank provided. Contest will take place in the Drill Hall at
5.00 p. m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24th.
(_>ranb Prompttaiu. (_t.tt.ttrt.
Under the direction of Mrs. Bishop, at the Drill Hall, on Tuesday
evening, Sept. 24th, at 8.30 p. m. The following Firms have kindly loaned
Pianos for the occasion: The Gourley-Winter-Learning Co., per S. A.
Hunter, Agent, Kaslo, B. C.; The Mason-Risch Co., per Morley & Co.,.
Nelson, B. C.; New Bell Art Piano, per D. J. Robertson. Nelson, B. C.
l^atBt &an*-���40fl farilH���Free for All.       On A Avenue
First Prize, $25.00; Second, $15.00; Third, $5.00
Conditions���Four to enter and start.   Race to be best 2 out of 3 heats
���jUttl* iliat*--C>n A Avenue.
First Prize, $15.00; Second, $10.00.
Conditions���Three to enter and start.   Race to be best a out of 3 heats
Nouflta Rare.
Horses to run from old Bank corner to Eagles' Hall. Riders to dismount, drink a glass of water, light a cigar, remount and return. Cigar
must be alight at the finish.
First Prize, 150 Pharoah Cigars ; Second, 100 Pharoah Cigars.
No Fee will be charged for entries to Horse Races, but all entries must
be in the hands of the Chairman of the Sports Committee not later than
Friday, Sept. 20th. Judges will be appointed on the day of the Races.
These Races will be run off on Wednesday, Sept. 25, commencing at 2 p.m.
UtotjH Jlu? .Eating ffimttrrit.
For Boys under 12 years, at Drill Hall.
First Prize, $2.00; Second, $1.00.
Contest will start at 5.00 p. m. on Wednesday, Sept. 25th.
(Stria' (Erarlwr ���Eating (Emitr-at
For Girls under 12 years, at the Drill Hall.
First Prize, $2.00; Second, $1.00.
Contest will start at 5 p. m. on Wednesday, Sept. 25th.
���2.a&u,fl' ftotatnt -Hireling Gtantpnt.
First Prize���3 Sacks of Potatoes, donated by Jas. Spiers.
Second Prize���2 Sacks of Potatoes, donated by Alex, Goldsmith.
Third Prize���1 Sack of Potatoes, donated by C. H. Bonnor.
This Contest will take place in the Drill Hall, at 5.00 p.m., on Wednesday, September 25th. Judges will be appointed by the Sports Committee
on the day of competition.
Committee in charge���C. H. Bonnor (chaiiman), O. E. Desmond and
E. H. Latham.
The Committee in charge have the privilege, at their discretion, to alter
or eliminate any part of this Programme.
Single Fare Rates are guaranteed by all Steamship Lines and Railroads coming to Kaslo.
The various Exhibits will be open to thc inspection of the public at
1.30 p. m. on the 24th inst., and at 12.00, noon, on the 25th.
Any Visitors desiring any information, are respectfully requested tr>
apply to the various Chairmen in charge of each Section. TIIE SLOCAtf MINING REVIEW,  SANDON, B.  0.
***        -
Beverly of
yaw Bf ?S|Si
.?#���**.*.      ���-��-**���-*-��       ^iS*
Lorry's ailger was hard to control.
He clinched his hands nnd there was a
fine suggestion ot throttling in the way
he did it. Marlanx, entering the room,
Baw that he was doomed. He hnd not
expected Beverly to take this appalling
step. The girl, tears iu her eyes, rushed to a window, hiding her face from
the wondering ministers. Her courage
suddenly failed her. if the charges
were read aloud before these men It
seemed to her thnt she never could lift
her eyes again. A mighty longing for
Washington, her father nnd the big
Calhoun boys nisli.il to her heart aa
she stood there and awaited tlie crash.
But Lorry was a true nobleman.
"Gentlemen," he said quietly, "Count
Marlanx has seen lit to charge Miss
Calhoun with complicity in tlie flight
of Baldos. 1 will not read the charges
to you. They nre unworthy of one who
has held the highest position ln the
army of Graustark. He has"���
I "Bead this, my husband, before you
Ujroceed further," said Yetive, thrusting
Into bis hand a line she bad written
with feverish haste. Lorry smiled
gravely before he read aloud the brief
edict which removed General Marlanx
from the command ot the army of
"Is this Justice?" protested Marlanx
angrily. "Will you not give me a hearing?   I beseech"���
"Silence!" commanded the princess.
"What manner of hearing did you expect to give Miss Calhoun? It ls
enough, sir. There shall be no cowards
tn my army."
"Coward?" he faltered. "Have I not
proved my courage on the field of battle?  Am I to be called a"���
"Bravery should not end when the
soldier quits the field of battle. You
have had a hearing, Count Marlanx. I
heard the truth about you last night."
"From Miss Calhoun?" sneered he
viciously. "I must be content to accept this dismissal, your highness.
There Is no hope for me. Some day
you may pray God to forgive you for
the wrong you have done your most
loyal servant There Is no appeal from
your decision, but as a subject ot Graustark I Insist that Miss Calhoun shall
be punished for aiding ln the escape of
���(his spy and traitor. He is gone, and It
was she wbo led him through the castle
"Y'ou flend I" the cried.
to the outer world.   She cannot deny
this, gentlemen.   I defy her to say she
did not accompany Baldos through the
secret passage last night."
"It will do no harm to set herself
right by denying this accusation," suggested Count Halfont solemnly. Every
man ln the cabinet and army had hated
Marlanx for years. His degradation
"was not displeasing to them. They
would ask no questions.
But Beverly Calhoun stood staring
out of the window, out upon the castle
park and its gay sunshine. She did not
answer, for she did not hear the premier's words. Her brain was whirling
madly with other thoughts. She was
trying to believe her eyes.
"The spy Is gone," cried Marlanx, seeing a faint chance to redeem himself at
her expense. "She cannot face my
charge. Where is your friend, Miss
Beverly faced them wltb a strange,
subdued calmness in her face. Her
heart was throbbing wildly ln the shelter of tills splendid disguise.
"I don't know what all this commotion Is about," she said. "I only know
that I have been dragged into it
shamelessly by that old man over
tbere. If you step to the window you
may see Baldos himself. He has not
fled.   He ls on duty!"
Bnldos was striding steadily across
the park in plain view of all.
^OTH Yetive and Beverly experienced an amazing sense of relief. They did not stop to consider why or how he had returned to the castle grounds. It was
sufficient that he was actually there,
sound, well and apparently satisfied.
"I dare say Count Marlanx will withdraw his Infamous charge against our
guest," said Lorry, with deadly directness. Marlanx was mopping his damp
forehead. His eyes were fastened upon the figure of the guard, and there
was something like awe ln their steely
depths. It seemed to him that the supernatural had been enlisted against
"He left the castle last night," he
muttered, half to himself.
"There seems to be no doubt of
that," agreed Gaspon, the grand treasurer. "Colonel Quinnox reports his
strange disappearance." Clearly the
case was a puzzling one. Men looked at
one another ln wonder and uneasiness.
"I think I understand the situation,"
exclaimed  _d__i;'anx,  suddenly trium
phant. "It nuars out nil that I have
said. Baldos left the castle last night,
as I have sworn, but not for the purpose of escaping. He went forth to
carry information to our enemies. Can
any one doubt that he is a spy? Has
he not returned to carry out his work?
And now, gentlemen, I ask you���would
be return unless he felt securo of protection here?"
It was a facer. Yetive aad Beverly
felt as though a steel trap suddenly
had been closed down upou thein. Lorry and Anguish were undeniably disconcerted. There was a restless, undecided movement nmong the ministers.
"Colonel Quinnox, will you fetch Bnldos to the veranda at once?" asked
Lorry, his quick American perception
telling him that Immediate action was
necessary. "It is cooler out there."
He gave Beverly a look of Inquiry.
She flushed painfully, guiltily, nnd he
wbb troubled in consequence.
"As a mere subject, 1 demand the
arrest of this man," Marlanx wns s<y
Ing excitedly. "We must no to the
bottom of this hellish plot to Injun*
"My dear count," said Anguish,
standing over him, "up to this time we
have been unable to discern any reasons for or signs of thc treachery you
preach about. I don't believe we have
been betrayed nt all."
"But I have absolute proof, sir,"
grated the count.
"I'd advise you to produce tt. Wc
must have something to work on, you
"Wbat right have you to give advice,
sir? You are not one of us. You are
a meddler���an impertinent alien. Your
heart ls not wilh Graustark, as mine
ls. How long must we endure the Insolence of these Americans?"
The count was fuming with anger.
As might have been expected, the easy
going Yankees laughed unreservedly
at his taunt. The princess was pale
with indignation.
"Count Marlanx, you will confine
your remarks to the man whom you
have charged with treachery," she mid.
"You have asked for his arrest, and
you are to be his accuser. At tlie proper time you will produce the proof. I
warn you now that If you do not sustain these charges the displeasure of
the crown will fall heavily upon you."
"I only ask your highness to order
his arrest," he said, controlling himself. "He Is of the castle guard and
can be seized only ou your command."
"Baldos ls at the castle steps, your
highness," said Colonel Quinnox from
the doorway. Tho entire party left
the council chamber nnd passed out to
the great stone porch. It must he confessed thnt the princess leaned rather
heavily upou Lorry's arm. She and
Beverly trembled with anxiety as they
stood face to face with the tall guard
who had come back to them so mysteriously.
Baldos stood at the foot of the stone
steps, a guard on each side of him.
One of these was the shamefaced
Haddan, Dangloss' watchman, whose
vigil had been a failure. Tho gaze of
the suspected guard purposely avoided that of Beverly Calhoun. He knew
that the slightest communication between them would be misunderstood
and magnified by the witnesses.
"Baldos," said Lorry from the top
step, "It has come to our ears that
you left the castle surreptitiously last
night. Is It true thut you were aided
by Miss Calhoun?" Baldos looked
thankful for this eminently loading
question. In a flash it gave him the
key to the situation. Secretly he was
wondering what emotions possessed
the slender accomplice who had said
goodby to him not so many hours before at the castle gate. He knew that
she was amazed, puzzled by his sudden return. He wondered If she were
glad. His quick wits saw that a
crisis had arrived. The air wns full
ot It. The dread of this very moment
was the thing which had drawn him
into the castle grounds at early dawn.
He had watched for his chance to glide
in unobserved nnd had snatched a few
hours' sleep ln the shelter of the shrubbery near the park wall.
"It Is not true," he said clearly ln
answer to Lorry's question. Both Beverly and Marlanx started as the sharp
falsehood fell from his lips. "Who
made such an accusation?" he demanded.
"Count Marlanx ls our Informant."
"Then Count Marlanx lies," came
coolly from the guard. A snarl of fury
burst from the throat of the deposed
general. His eyes were red aud his
tongue was half palsied by rage.
"Dog! Dog!" he shouted, running
down the steps. "Infamous dog! I
swear by my soul that he"���
"Where ls your proof, Count Marlanx?" sternly interrupted Lorry. "You
have made a serious accusation against
our honored guest. It cannot be overlooked."
Marlanx hesitated a moment nnd
then threw his bomb at the feet of the
"I was ln the chapel when sho opened
the secret panel for him."
Not a word was uttered for a full
minute. It was Beverly Calhoun who
spoke first. She was as calm as a
spring morning.
"If all this bo true, Count Marlanx,
may I ask why you, the head of Grnu-
stark's army, did not Intercept tho spy
when you had the chnnce?"
Marlanx flushed guiltily. The question had caught him unprepared. He
dared not acknowledge his presence
there with the hired assassins.
"I���I was not In a position to restrain
him," he mumbled.
"You preferred to wait until be wns
safely gone before making the effort to
protect Graustark from his evil designs. Is that it? What was your object in going to the chapel���to pray?
Besides, wbat right had you to enter
the castle In the night?" sbe asked iron-
icalls.      ������   . ���      *
��� "TUto highness, mny I be heard?"
asked Baldos easily. He was smiling
up at Yetive from the bottom of the
steps. She nodded her head a trifle uneasily. "It ls quite true that I left the
castle by means of your secret passage
last night."
"There!" shrieked Marlanx. "He admits that he"���
"But I wish to add that Count Marlanx ls ln error when he says that Miss
Calhoun was my accomplice. His eyes
were not keen in the darkness of the
sanctunry. Perhaps he Is not accustomed to the light one finds in a chapel
at the hour of 2. Will your highness
kindly look in the direction of the
southern gate? Your august gaze may
fall upon the reclining figure of a boy
asleep there in the shadow of the
friendly cedar. If Count Marlanx had
looked closely enough last night he
might have seen that It was a boy who
went with me and not"���
"Fool! Don't you suppose I know a
woman's skirts?" cried the Iron Count
"Better than most men, I fancy,"
calmly responded Baldos. "My young
friend wore the garments of a woman,
let me add."
Lorry came down and grasped Baldos by the arm. nis eyes were stern
and accusing. Above, YeUve nnd Beverly had clasped hands nnd were looking on dumbly. What did Baldos mean?
"Then, you did go through tbe passage? And you were accompanied by
this boy, a stranger? How comes this,
sir?" demanded Lorry. Every eye was
accusing the guard at this juncture.
The men were descending the steps as
if to surround him.
"It is not the first time that I have
gone through the passage, sir," said
Baldos, amused by the looks of consternation. "I'd advise you to close It.
Its secret ls known to more than one
person. It ls known, by the way, to
Prince Gabriel of Dawsbergen. It is
known to every member of the band
with which Miss Calhoun found me
when she was a princess. Count Marlanx is quite right when he says that
I have gone ln and out of the castle
grounds from time to time. He Is right
when he says that I have communicated wltb men inside and outside of these
grounds. But he is wrong when he accuses Miss Calhoun of being responsible for or even aware of my reprehensible conduct. She knew nothing of all
this, ns you may Judge by taking a
look at her face at this Instant."
Beverly's face was a study in emotions. Sho was looking at him witb dilated eyes. Tain nnd disappointment
were concentrated in their expressive
gray depths; indignation was struggling to master tlie love nnd pity that
had lurked in her face nil along. It required but n single glance to convince
the most skeptical tbat she was ignorant of these astounding movements on
the part of her protege. Again every
eye was turned upon tlie bold, smiling
(To Be Continued)
In Wiring Give Its Number, Name of
Road and Time of Arrival.
When you telegraph a friend the
next time you aro going to visit him
and thnt you'd be delighted to have
him meet yon at the train the next day,
for heaven's sake telegraph hlm intelli*
If the money, irritations and disappointments of the year were aggregated for the United States iu hopelessly unintelligible telegrams of this
kind, the average political economist
would hnve a fit When the average
person in the small city or town decides on tlie jump to go to see a friend
In tin* city aud decides to telegraph
that friend what train to meet, he be-
���opies nn unconscious Imbecile.
Will leave for Chicago tonight on 8:30
train.   Meet mo.
This Is the text of a ten word message whicli I received the other night
from a friend In an Ohio city. He had
started for Chicago before tht* telegram was received by me, and while 1
wanted Immensely to meet him at tlie
station instead of making the least effort to do so 1 took it out In swearing.
In sending a telegram announcing an
arrival the name of tlie road and the
train number are the two absolute essentials. It will lie a help to the recipient of the message in most cases If
tho time of the arrival of the train be
given also. Frequently, as between the
two stations Involved in such a message, a difference of one hour In standard time otherwise might confuse. Hut
as between the number of the train
and the numerals In the hour of arrival the telegrapher has a chance of
error, nnd In writing tbe message
these two sets of numerals should be
separated by the name of the road.
Taking the ten word message ns the
standard of length, then, any person
going anywhere from any station on
nny milrond muy use the one set form
of telegraphic announcement of arrival:
Arrive No. B, Lake Shore, due 8 o'clock
Monday morning.
Ordinarily no possible further Information ls necessary In the greatest
railway center in America. Tbe train
number ls unchangeable on Its own
system. Any railway employee anywhere will identify tho train In a moment If tlie recipient of the telegram
wishes to know whether the train Is
on time before be starts to the station,
lie can learn ln a moment over the telephone by asking about No. 5, nnd in
the query he will have tlie readier response for the reason thnt his informant will be grateful for the Inquirer's
succinct knowledge of train operations.
Greenwich Observatory.
In the yenr 1075 King Charles II. <*f
England founded the royal observatory
at Greenwich In order that astronomical observations might be made for
tlie assistance of sailors. The history
of the observatory has been the history of chronology and of this practical side of astronomy. Its work and
Its standards have become distinctly
international. Tlie meridian of Greenwich now determines the longtltude of
the world.���Exchange.
She Had a Substitute.
Influentinl Member���I am glad to notice, doctor, thnt your wife never turns
her head to see who conies in*o church
late on Sunday morning. The Rev. Dr.
Goodman���No, but she makes me tell
ber all about them after we go home.
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Underwear    made-to-order,    for    you couldn't
possibly  excel  in   fit  nor equal
in value
Can't shrink nor stretch nor bind nor bulge; out-
lasti other kindi; and is sold with t guarantee
that insures  you against any possible fault
Trade-marked like this
in red as ure sign of
value. Made in many
fabrics and styles, at
various prices, in form-
fitting sizes for women*
men and children.    ~j% Trvft/forK
A boy's idea of n hero is another
lioy who runs away from home.
Nothing Is so oflen overestimated ns
the information given confidentially.
As a rule, what n man calls his
lights represent merely desired privileges.
You mny hnve forgotten more than
the other man knows and still bo a
short horse.
The mnn who Is scared Into being
good Is the one most likely to boast
of his exceeding virtue.
There are lots of ways of wasting
time. Peeling sorry for yourself brings
about as little returns as nny.
When a mnn goes to church and
hears a sermon which seems Intended
expressly for him. he never enjoys It
very much.
As the prize winner In the biggest
baby contest, the man who doesn't get
sick very often ls n strong competitor
when he does.
Drinking Excuses.
Exenses for drinking nre nlwnys at
hand.   Here nre the live fnmiliar ones:
Good wine, a friend, or being dry.
Or lest we should be by and by���
Or any other renson why.
If they don't suffice one can always
fall bnck upon Ur. Sam Johnson's,
"He who makes a beast of himself
gets rid of the puln of being a mnn."
On the other hand, here are three reasons, one of them cogent, that u Bos*
tonlan gave for not drinking:
"Flrst.--I can't drink, for I've just
lost a near relative Second (when
much pressed). ��� No, I really can't
You know I'm president of a temperance society. Third (when he wns
much more pressed).���No, 1 can't, indeed. I've just had four or five cock*
The Oil Bird.
One of the animal curiosities of South
America Is the oil bird, or guacharo.
It breeds in rock caves on the mainland, and one of Its favorite haunts Is
tbe Island of Trinidad. It lays Its
eggs lu a nest made of mud, and the
young birds are prodigiously fat The
natives melt the fat down In clay pots
nnd produce from it a kind of butter.
Tbe caves Inhabited by the birds are
usually accessible only from the sea,
and the bunting of them is sometimes
an excitln.*? sn _������!
Known to Thousands���Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills regulate the action oi
the secretions, purify the blood and
keep the stomach and bowels free
irom deleterious matter. Taken according to directions they will overcome dyspepsia, eradicate biliousness
and leave tlie digestive organs
healthy and strong to perform their
functions. Tlieir merits are well
known to thousands who know by
experience how beneficial tliey are
in giving tone to the system.
A pike caught in Hart's lake, near
Miniiedosa, weighed 20 pounds, and
was 3 feet 7 inches in length.
Thousands ot Little Ones Die During
the Summer Months
Every mother of small children
knows how fatal are tlie summer
months. Dysentery, diarrhoea, cholera infantum and stomach troubles
are alarmingly frequent at this time
and too often a precious little life is
lost after only a few hours' illness.
The mother who keeps Baby's Own
Tablets in the house feels safe. The
occasional use of Baby's Own Tablets prevents stomach and bowel
troubles, or if tlie trouble comes > n-
awares the Tablets will bring the
little one through safely. Mrs. Geo.
Robb, Aubrey, Que., says: "I have
used Baby's Own Tablets for stomach and bowel troubles with tlie best
results. I feel quite safe when I
have the Tablets in the house." Sold
by medicine dealers or hy mail at
25e a box from the Dr. Williams
Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.
Mr. Fick.���How did you cure
Johnny ol his habit of running away
to attend  ball games?
Mrs. Slick���By doing a little timely
work with the stick.���Pittsburg
K  Prescription  That  Worked  Well   In
A haggard looking man strolled Into
a downtown drug store the other day
and asked the druggist for help. He
said he bad trouble lu getting to sleep
wheu he retired. No matter bow
sleepy he might be during the day or
how much sleep he might have lost
the moment his bead touched the pillow he was wide awake and lay thus
for several hours. Once asleep he wns
very hard to waken, but he had to be
up at a certain hour, and In consequence of his peculiar afflietiou he was
losing more sleep than he could stand.
The drug clerk regarded him quizzically a few moments und then replied:
"My dear man, you dou't want medicine. What you want Is something to
change tlie trend of your thoughts.
Po ns a friend of mine did. He was
troubled tbe same way and found that
the old folks' plan of Imagining Bheep
passing a barrier and counting tbem
was out of date, so he began trying to
name all tbe states In thc Union. He
soon got them so he could classify
them alphabetically. Then, when they
no longer Interested hlm, he started on
the counties of his state. He now has
tbem at his tongue's end, classified up
to the fourth letter. Now he Is starting ou state capitals nnd their locations. Then ho will take up county
seats. A moment's glance at an atlas
during thc day shows him when he ls
wrong, nnd the beauty of the plan Is
that he rarely has to think along these
lines longer than ten minutes before
he Is sound asleep. To make It short,
the study of geography Is a good narcotic "
���11 hnrii, soft or csllousi'il lumps and blera-
slies*, 'rum horses, blood spavin, curbs,
.plints, ringbone, sweenry, stifles, Bpralna, sore
ind swollen throat, roughs, etc. Save $50 by
ise of one bottle. Warranted the most won-
lerful   Blemish   Cure  ev.*r  known.
The Boyhood of Keir Hardie
Mr. Keir Hardie, M.P., at one
period of his career���this was when
lie was a boy, of course���was employed :n taking round hot rolls of
a morning to his master's customers.
He worked for a Glasgow linker,
who paid him two or three shillings
a week for his services.
Chased From Hedge to Hedge by a Big
Pack ol Weasels.
Tho following extract from nn Interesting book may be of Interest to our
friends. It Is "Prom My Life ns an
Angler," by William Henderson, published in Loudon ln 1870.
"About this time, while rambling in
the picturesque lane leading from Mcr-
rlngton to YVlndlestone with two other
boys, an adventure occurred sufficiently startling to two little fellows from
nine to ten years old. We were busily
engageil in picking wild strawberries,
which clustered iu the hedgerows,
when we saw nt nbout a hundred
yards distance a puck of at least
twenty weasels running from hedge to
hedge and evidently scenting out loot-
steps. It Unshod upou us that we were
being hunted. So, springing over the
nearest hedge, we ran across u pasture
Ueld aud, standing upon the farther
bank, looked back toward our assail*
nuts. To our dismay we saw the whole
pack, with uoses to ground, steadily
tracking our course. The word was
given, 'Kun, runi' and off we scam
pered across another Ueld to take up
out* position ou another hedge. Still
the pursuit was going on, nnd the creatures were evidently gaining upon us,
so with a wild shout we Uod to the
village, whicli, happily for us, was uot
far olf. I have frequently beard of
persons being attacked by weasels, but
was never hunted by tbem on any other occasion."
The above muat have occurred about
1812, the locality beiug the north of
England.���forest and Stream.
Shooting the Steenbuck.
Many of the poor Boers ln the Trnns-
vual. by whom all the shooting that
ls done is for tlie pot aud not for sport
have perfected a system of shooting
with the assistance of oxen. A steenbuck has no fear of cuttle and will
He still even if tliey graze right up to
him. The hunter gets together n few
cattle and with bis gun walks behind
them ln such a way that he cannot bo
seeu from tlie front. Great care has to
be exercised to drive the oxen so thnt
they mny seem to be grazing naturally. The hunter must be ready to shoot
without having to alter his posltiou.
The slightest movement Is noticed by
the buck.
Peculiarities of Long Island.
The class in geography in one of the
Brooklyn schools was nsked by the
teacher, "What are some of the uatural
peculiarities of Long Island?"
The pupils tried to think, and, after
awhile, a boy raised his hand.
"I kuow," said he.
"Well, what are they?" asked the
"Why." said the hoy. with a triumphant look, "on the south side you
sec tlie sea anil on the north side you
hear the sound."
Fatalism Exemplified.
She��� I hope, dear, that you are not
going to worry about my exceeding my
allowance this time.
He (brightening up)��� You dou't mean
to tell me, dearest, that there Isn't uuy
necessity for It?
"Certainly uot. What's the use of
worrying about something you cuu't
The Flesh She Lost.
"You're not looking well, Mrs. Oiles.
Surely you have lost a lot of Uesh
lately, have you not?".
"I have that I've lost me 'usband.
'E weighed nineteen stone when '���
died."���Loudon Telegraph.
Modern Modesty.
"Y'ou sny a modest woman. Just
what do you mean by that?"
"Well, a woinnn who costs her bue*
bnud less than $*J,500 n year is modest
as prices go."
Times Change.
Mrs. Benhnm���You used to sny that
you would give your life for me.   Bon-
ham���That was when I  wns sick and
expected   to   die   anyway.���Btlltlnioi*
So!c!icrs and Tobacco.
In ull Lord Wol.ieloy's campaigns he
made It a rule, whore possible, to allow
each soldier one p mud of tobacco o
mouth, which he considered a fair allowance. In Italy the military author
Itles recognize the weed ns one of the
comforts essential to the troops, and
cigars me served out to them wltb
their dally rations.
Tell of Diseased Kidneys and the Proven Cure For
This Dreadfully Painful Ailment Is
When kidney disease does not arise
from exposure to a draft or chilling
of the body, it is usually developed
gradually as a result of liver and
bowel disorders.
It is because of tlie intimate and
dependent relation of the liver, kidneys and bowels that Ur. Chase's
Kidney-Liver Pills cure diseases cf
the kidneys when mere kidney medicines fail.
By quickening the action of the
liver nnd bowels this treatment immediately lessens the work of Ihe
kidneys, and at the same time restores tlieir natural vigor. In this
way the most serious and complicated
diseases of tlie kidneys aro thorough*
ly cured.
Miss Delia Melleimott, 373 Main
street,  Moncton,   N.H.,   writes:
"l"'or some time my mother could
not walk across the lloor or stoop
over because the pains in her buck
just over the kidneys were so severe.
She had severe headaches, backache,
spells of blindness and dizziness, and
tried mnny medicines without obtaining   relief.    Tlie   doctors   of   our
town snid that the trouble was due
to the turn of life.
"A lady friend advised mother to
try Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,
and by the time she had used two
boxes of this great medicine she was
perfectly cured, nnd the old trouble
has never returned."
Mr. J. Edwards, of Colborne, Out.,
and who is employed by the Kennedy & Davis Milling Co., Lindsay,
Out., writes: "1 have taken Dr.
Chase's Kidney-Liver Bills for some
time, and can positively say that
they are tlie best medicine I ever
used. I was troubled very much with
my kidneys and had dreadful pains
in my back, whicli were increased
by leaning over.
"I can testily to tlie exceptional
merits o* Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver
Pills because tliey hnve cured me,
ami shall gladly recommend them to
anyone  inquiring  about them."
Dr. CIiiiho's Kidney-Liver Pills
regulate the action of the liver, kidneys and bowels, one pill a dose, '25
cents a box, at nil denlers, or Ed-
manson, Bates A Co., Toronto.
In   King  Edward's  Pockets
Like every man who values the
look oi his clothes, King Edward carries very little in his pockets besides
a handkerchief. In his waistcoat
poeket he carries a gold pencil case,
a cigar cutter, a little pass-key, a
gold watch, carefully regulated hy
Greenwich time, and hall a dozen
sovereigns. In his coat pocket he
carries a tiny notebook, and in tlie
winter he puts his gloves in the
pocket of his topcont.
The King never carries a cigar-
case, except a gold case whicli holds
one cigar, hut ho almost always lias
a small box of lozenges. Unlike his
nephew, the kaiser, lie never carries
a fountain pen in his pocket.���London Tit-Bits.
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has no equal for destroying
worms in children and adults. See
that you get tlie genuine when purchasing.
Old Lady���Wretch! You have
killed my cat!
Man���For humanity's sake, ma-
dame. I am a member of tlie Society for tlie Protection of Birds.���
Bon Vivant.
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc
The Saskatchewan government lias
reserved Eagle Lake coal seam for
tlie settlers.
A little hoy in one of the Manchester schools tlie other day described the greatness of Canada with all
the magnificent vagueness of certain
schools of imperialism. "Canada,"
he wrote, "is such an extensive country that it stretches from east to
west."���Manchester Guardian.
They Advertise Themselves���Immediately tliey were offered to the
public, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills
became popular because of the good
report tliey made for themselves.
That reputation hns grown, and they
now rank among tlie first medicines
for use in attacks of dyspepsia and
biliousness, complaint of the liver
and kidneys, rheumatism, fever and
ague and tlie innumerable complications to which these ailments give
Horses of the King and Queen
The King and Queen show tlieir
affection for their horses in a curious way. When a favorite dies its
hoofs nre cut off and polished, and
the horse's name is inscribed on
encli hoof. These are placed in a
row in ono of the harness rooms at
Bandringham. On tlie wall above
are photographs or prints of tlie owners of  the hoofs.
A now lighthouse will be built at
Estevan Point on the west const ot
Vancouver Island.
Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.
A newly-married mnn not long
since aocompanied his wife on a
shopping expedition on condition
that lie should remain outside the
At one place she remained bo long
that he lost his patience.
"What do you mean, keeping me
standing out here like a fool?" he
demanded,  when  she  came  out.
"I can't help tlie way you stand,
dear," was tlie wife's sweet response.
The  initios  nt  Michel,    B.C.,    are
closed for want of cars.
Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and
every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes
by   Wolford's   Sanitary   Lotion.
Rosthern is said to be where the
new experimental farm in Saskatchewan will he located.
White slavery and child labor were
discussed hy tlie National Council of
Women  at Vancouver.
All station agents on tlie Crow's
Nest line have received instructions
to supply no more cars to sawmills
on account of car shortage.
Commissioner Perry of the R.N.W.
M.P. is to inspect the Peace River
A number of tobacconists in the
East End of London, who were interviewed, admitted that cigarette smoking among young girls, from 15
years upwards, was vastly on the
North Battleford will have an experimental farm.
A Northern man went into n village
store down Soutli and asked for a
pair of socks, size 10. The clerk
said he was sorry, hut they kept only
one size, nnd that was 12.
"What!" said the man. "You
surely don't mean to say that everyone in this village wears tlie same
size sock?"
"Oh, no, sir, but if they happen
to he too long they pulls them up at
tlie heels, and if they are too short
they pulls them down at the toes."
Is fitted with the improved Record
Triangular Grate���the most perfect furnace grate on the market. Of the four
triangular grate bars, each bar is operated
by the use of a handle applied to either
of the two centre bars. To remove this
handle after shaking is impossible until
the grate bar has been returned to its
original position, flat and in
place, without any of the cogs
sticking up. The result is that
the bars are always flat under
the fire and that it is impossible
for lumps of coal to drop through
and be wasted. The Record
Triangular Grate can be entirely removed from without
without lying on stomach or
bothering with a light       io_
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England and Grain.
It would ttik'e ���.0.800.000 acres to pro
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To lean upon. Ready-
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Delicious for breakfast
or for any meal in combination with baked
apple, strawberries and
other fresh  fruits.
Contains   MORE   NUTRIMENT THAN MEAT or eggs.
All Grocers.    l3c  a  Carton; 2 for 26c. \&\
Mde. Joseph Benudoiu, 59 Rue Ut.
Olivier,  Quebec-,   P.Q.,  Can.,  writes:
"Peruna is wonderful for indigestion. 1 ent whatever I want and no
longer  feel  nny  depression,
"Having had dyspepsia for a long
time and having tried various other
remedies, 1 decided to try Peruna,
and witli the fourth bottle of it I
was  perfectly cured.
"For this reason I recommend it
to all those who nre suffering with
that  terrible   malady,   dyspepsia.
"I hope that all who are afflicted
in this way will take Peruna as I
The experience of Mde. Beaudoin
ought to be sufficient proof to nnyono
of tlie value of Peruna in cases t f
catarrhal dyspepsia. If you suffer
from stomach catarrh in any of its
various forms, give Peruna a fair
trial, avoiding in the meantime all
such indiscretions in diet as would
tend to retard a cure, and you will
soon he rewarded by a normal appetite and healthy digestion.
is��i ���-
It is snid that Lord Rosebery possesses the costliest collection of snub*
boxes in tlie world. Many of them
ure solid gold, and some are set with
A curious inlaid enamel snuff '* -x
wns at one time the property of Napoleon Bonaparte. A small black
box studded with three diamonds
belonged to the eminent statesman
Pitt, while nnother, plainly inlaid
witli fine gold, was used hy Fox.
Although tlie collection comprises
only twenty-two boxes altogether, its
estimated  value is  ��35,000.���Tit-Bits.
Wooing   of   Katharine   Hollings-
worth by George Robinson.
Valentine Holllngsworth accompanied
William Penn in tbe good ship Welcome and settled in Delaware upon the
banks of tbe Brandy wine. Katberlne,
bis daughter, "a delectable Quaker
maiden," the pride of the little settlement, was wooed and won by big
George Robinson. But George wns of
the Church of England, and Katberlne
"must be married In meeting."
"George," writes the author of "Heirlooms In Miniature," "was willing to
join the society, be a Friend and be
married in meeting or anywhere else
that Katberlne snld. Accordingly he
and Katberlne mnde their first declaration fifth day, first month. 1088."
The elders, however, had "scruple*.."
seeing tbat GeorgiVB conversion wns
very sudden, and (hey nsked him this
searching question:
"Friend Robinson, dost thou Join the
Society of Friends from conviction or
for the love of Katberlne Ilollings-
George hesitated. lie prized the truth
and he did wish to marry Kntberiue.
So he nnswered:
"I wish to join the society for the
love of Katberlne Ilollingsworth."
The Friends counseled "delny nnd
Hint Friend Robinson should be persuasively and Instructively dealt with."
Shrewd men ns they were, they allowed Katberlne to denl with him, and
within a yenr George joined the society as a true convert.
An old mnnuscript rends, "He nnd
Kntherine wero permitted to begin n
long and hnppy married life together,
being for many years nn example of
piety antl goodness to those around
them nnd retaining their love of truth
nnd loyalty tv the society to the last."
Wild  Weeds  of Great Value
New Zealand flax is one of a number of wild weeds that yield tlieir
gatherers great wealth. This flax,
the strongest known, grows wild in
marshes. When it is cultivated it
dwindles and its fibres become
brittle  nnd  valueless.
Indian hemp grows wild, and out
of it hasheesh, or keef, is made.
Keef looks like flakes of chopped
straw. It is smoked in a pipe; it *s
eaten on liver; it is drunk in water.
It produces an intense, a delirious
happiness, and among Orientals it
is ulniost as highly prized as beer
and whiskey with us.
Tlie best nutmegs are the wild ones.
They grow throughout the Malay
But the most valuable weed of all
these wild growths is the seaweed.
The nitrate beds of South America,
whicli yield something like $65,000,-
000 a year, are nothing but beds of
seaweed decomposed.���New Orleans
In Fields Far Off���Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil is known in Australia,
South und Central America, as well
as in Canada and the United States,
l|DB3    S3SB9.10UI   UOJ*)dlUnStIOO    B*1I   piIB
year. It lias made its own way, and
all that needs to he done is to keep
ita name before the public. Everyone knows that it is to be had at any
store, for all merchants keep it.
The annual enmp of the Alpine
club has begun at Paradise Valley,
near Lnggan.
Liniment    Cures    Diph-
Recently a district visitor in the
East End of London asked the wife
of a notorious drinker why she did
not keep her husband from the public house.
"Well," she answered, "I 'ave
done my hest, ma'am, but 'o will go
"Why don't you make your home
look  more  attractive?"
"I'm sure I've tried 'ard to make
it 'omelfke, ma'am," was tlie reply.
"I've'took up the parlor carpet and
sprinkled sawdust on the floor, and
put a beer barrel in the corner; but,
lor', mn'nin, it tnin't made a bit of
A Sharp Nantucket Man's Bargain
With  the  Great   Lawyer.
Of course Webster wns In demand by
those who could afford to pny for his
services. A sharp Nantucket man ls
snid to have got the better of the great
defender of the constitution in nn
amusing way. however. He bad a
small cat<3 which was to be tried at
Nantucket one week in June, aud he
posted to Webster's office In great
haste. It wns n contest with a neighbor over a mutter of considerable local
Interest, and his pride as a litigant
wns nt stake. lie told Webster tbe
particulars nnd asked whnt he would
charge to conduct the case,
"Why," snid Webster, "you enn't nf-
ford to hire mo. I should have to stay
town tbere the whole week, and my
fee would be more than the whole cr.se
is worth. I couldn't go down there for
less than $1,000. I could try every
case on thc docket ns well ns one, and
It wouldn't cost nny more, for oue case
would take my time for the entire
week  anyway."
"All right, Mr. Webster," quickly responded the Natitucketer. "Here's
your $1,000. Vou come down, and I'll
fix it so you can try every case."
Webster wns so amused over this
proposition that he kept his word. He
spent the entire week in* Nantucket
and appeared on one side or the other
in every case that came up for hearing.
The shrewd Nantucketer hired Daniel
out to all his friends who were In litigation nnd received In return nbout $1.-
500, so tbat he got Webster's services
for nothing and made a good profit to
The Hygiene of Underwear.
The n veriige person wearing two sets
of underclothing a week, says tlie
"fouth's Companion, will make the
change in the middle of the week, but
it would be far better if the two sets
were kept going the entire week ou
alternate days. Witb tbe biweekly
change, the clothes worn during tho
day are aired only for seven or eight
hours in tbe twenty four nnd never
have the purifying process of a sunning. With two sets going on alternate days, one set can be aired two
nights and one day, and. If possible,
should be hung up where they can receive the direct rays of the sun for
some hours. They sbould not be kept
In a dark closet.
She���He hns n most extraordinary
figure, hasn't he?
He���That's so. I believe an umbrella is nbout the only thing he can
buy   ready   made.���Ally   Slopor's.
Whin the
Hair Falls
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disease; and Ayer's Hair Vigor,
as made from our new Improved formula, quickly and
completely destroys that disease. The hair stops fallin**
out, -grows more rapidly, and
all dandruff disappears.
Does not change the color of the hair.
Tarauls wish ����eh tsottlo
���how it to your
__sk hit-* ���ion. It,
thos (outs tj*7��
The little book in etch package gives
the for-nuli of our new Hair Vigor, tells
fach ingredient is used, and ex-
i many other Interesting things.
Er reading you will know why this new
lair preparation does its work so well.
' toeojemtt tr that. O. Am <*����� LewiU, MMsU*-**->*
A Wonderful Cataract
The falls of Iguazu, situate near
where Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil meet form one of the most wonderful cataracts In the world, being greater In extent nnd more varied In character than the better known falls of Niagara. The first plunge of the Iguazu
falls Is 210 feet, followed by two others of 100 feet each, while between
the two series of fnlls there nre cataracts and rapids covering n vast expanse and surroundlug picturesque Islands.
Immense  Bridge   Now    Being
Over St. Lawrence.
Very few Canadians are aware i f
the tremendous character of the operations which are now being carried out
in the construction of the gigantic
cantilever brdge over the St. Lawrence river, some six and a half miles
west of Quebec City.
This bridge���in some respects tho
most remarkable in the world���will
have a total length of 3,300 feet. In
addition to the sub-structure of a
cople of main piers, the bridge wil)
consist of two 500-feet side spans, extending from the anchor piers to the
main piers of the towers; two 562 1-2
feet cantilever arms, reaching out over
the river, and carrying between them
a central suspended span measuring
676 feet between centres of end pins.
This span is one of the most striking
features of the bridge, and illustrates
well its huge proportions, for it is
longer than any simple pin-connected
truss span that has yet been erected.
Ordinarily, such a span would bo
���supported on masonry towers, and it
would form, say, the main channel
span of some river crossing; but in
this case its abutments* are the end
pins of two giant arms, each reaching out over half a thousand feet from
its point of support.
The  Cantilever  Arms.
The cantilever arms and .the central
.pan together form a channel span of
1,800 feet in length, and thus furnish
the world's record for maximum span
of nil existing bridges in general,
and for tho cantilever type in particular. Tho main spans of the Forth
Bridge���hitherto tho giant amongst
bridge structures���are 1,700 feet long,
or 80 feet shorter than the span of the
Quebec bridge���As, however, the
Forth Bridge has two spans of the
great dimension stated, it is well to
remember that it will be 2,030 feet
longer from end to end than its Canadian  rival.
Its  Historic Situation.
The bold promontory which called
forth tlie astonished shout of "Que
Bee" from the early French n.ivign-
to-s and gave name to the picturesque
fortress city of after times, continues
to delineate the north bank of the St
Lawrence for mnny miles by a steep
cliff, 150 feet to 220 feet high. Oti
the opposite shore the heights of Levis form n similarly abrupt boundary
to the river waters. Since the navigation interests required the bridge to
be at least 150 feet nbove higli tide,
the feature of the topography made
it possible to avoid high and long approaches. At this point the St. Lawrence is 1,900 feet wide et low water
and 2,500 feet nt extreme high tide,
the usual tidal range being 14 feet,
end the extreme range reaching 20
feet. The maximum depth of water in
the channel is 180 feet, but tlie river
shallowa rapidly to a depth of 10 feet
at the river piers at extreme lew tide.
As before stnted, the underside of the
channel span is 150 feet above high
water of the St. Lawrence river, and
the depth of the cantilever trusses
over the main piers is 350 feet.
Its   Immense  Height.
The total height from low water
level to the highest point of the cantilevers is 414 feet. The bridge will be
formed entirely of rolled steel girders,
not a single casting being used anywhere on it, and it will rank ns by
for and away the most massive trussed structure yet erected for any purpose. The importance of the bridge
will be gathered from the fact thnt
the St. Lawrence is at present unspanned until Montreal is reached, and below the city of Quebec the bridging
of the river is impossible, as soon
after leaving Quebec the St. Lawrence opens out into a wide channel,
which at the mouth of the Saguenay
rivtw Is 25 miles wide, and at its entrance into the Gulf of St. Lawrence
it increases to 100 miles in width.
As the St. Lawrence is navigable for
ships of the line as far as Quebec,
the "Gibraltar of the West" ranks as
one of the three great distributing
��_��ntres to Britain and the United
States of the produce of the Dominion. The completion of the Quebec
bUdge is destined to immensely improve communication between Can-
odi and the United States, as it will
aciommodato two steam railway
tricks, two electric tramcar routes,
two highways, and two side walks,
and link up various routes on both
sides of the water. The undertaking,
which will involve an outlay approximating upon ��900,000, will not be
completed for some two or three
Celluloid Starch needs
no cooking just
cold water and 'tis
ready. 'Twon't stick,
yet gives a better
gloss, with less iron-
rubbing*, than any
starch you know.
Its price ia little.
Your dealer sells it.
Try it this week,   so.
If; Celluloid
Sandy's  Query
A Scotchman and his four children
entered a fine, fashionable restaurant
in London. Sandy ordered a bottle
of lemonade and five tumblers. The
waiter brought them, and stood some
distance away to watch the proceedings. Sandy poured a little lemon-
ado into each glass, and then produced a large bag of pastries and
gave one to each of the children.
The waiter did not like to see this
behaviour in a high-class restaurant,
and cnlled tlie manager, who addressed Sandy  thus*.
"Do you know who I am?"
"Na,"  replied Sandy.
"I'm  tho manager."
"Oh, are you?" said Sandy; "then
why the dickens is tlie ban' no
playin'?"���London  Tit-Bits.
The number of deaths occurring
among young children during tlie
summer months is Bimply appalling.
In the city of Montreal last week,
175 children under the age oi five
years died, and nearly all the deaths
were due to stomach and bowel
troubles. With ordinary care most
of these little lives might have been
snved. Watch the food given the
little ones. Do not feed meats; see
that the milk given is pure, and give
nn occasional dose of Baby's Own
Tablets, a medicine which surpasses
all others in preventing and curing
stomach and bowel troubles.
Mr. Jogtrot���I don't want this
horse. He hasn't any sense at all.
lEvery time he sees an automobile he
wants to climb a tree.
Dealer���Well, that's good horse
sense, it Beems to me.���Chicago
ih Cows.
Liniment    Cures    Garget
The Left Wing.
"Is tbere any portion of the fowl yon
prefer, major?" asked the hostess
"The left wing. If you please."
"Tbe left wing?"
"Yes," retorted the major, gazing dubiously nt the platter. "I believe It ls
nlways good mllitnry tnctics to bring
the left wing of a veteran corps Into
action."���London TH-Blts.
Ort* the '3e*D.
"Oh, yes; I know them all. The first
one was Speeder, the young millionaire. He thinks nothing of a ninety
mile gait."
"Indeed?  Who's the second?"
"That's Dr. Van Knifem, the celebrated surgeon."
"Well!   And the third?"
"Makeup Luke Natchral, the fashionable undertaker."
"Great!  Who's tbe"-
"The fourth belongs to a hustling
voun__ florist."��� Puck.	
Where Fielding It Buried.
The "father of tho English novel,''
Henry Fielding, lies burled amid the
cypress trees of the English cemetery
of Lisbon. Not long after bis death
a tomb was erected to mark the spot-
a memorial which an English vlsitoi
ln 1772 found "nearly concealed by
weeds and nettles." In 1830, through
the exertions of the then British chaplain, a large sarcophagus was substituted, which about thirty years ng"
wns repaired, and the Inscription, n
long ono In Latin on the front, snd
the words pn the back, "Lnget Brttau- J
n"n gremto non darl fovero nutum,'
carefully restored.���Loudon Chronicle.
Germans and Canada.
The editor of The Canadian Gazette was among the British journalists
who recently visited Germany. In
conversation with Prince von Buelow.
he found that the German chancellor
was well informed as to Canadian
progress. He says: "By his questions
the Chancellor showed his knowledge
of the change that has come over
Canadian conditions in recent years.
He spoke of the German settlers of
Ontario and the West. There was,
he affirmed, never any doubt in Germany of their success or of their loyalty to Canada, their new home. But,
all tho Bame, ns Germans wore concerned above all with the welfare of
their fatherland, the German people
rejoice that, whereas 200,000 German
emigrants formerly went to seek their
fortunes in other lands, such as Canada, Gormany now provided for all
her people within her own boundaries, and emigration had ceased. He
showed no hesitation in affirming his
belief in Ca.iadn's future greatness,
and nothini interested him more
than the extent of the contribution in
men and money which the United
States is making to the remarkable
Canadian expansion of to-day."
Expansion  of Commerce.
The customs revenue of the Dominion continues to grow at a marvel-
jur rate, and illustrates the wonderful expansion of commerce which is
taking place in Canada.
The receipts for the month of June
were: 1907-8, *.5,.'521.*M4.83; 1906, ���.���*.-
093,421.37; increase, $1,228,023.46.
For the three months ended June 30
the increase v.ns $2,964,391.40, the figures being 1806, $12,158,701.03; X9Q7,
An Irishman who had begun to
practice photography went into a
shop to buy a small bottle in which
to mix some of his solutions. Seeing
one he wanted, he nsked the chemist
how much it would be.
"Well," said the chemist, "it will
be twopence ns it is, but if you want
anything in it I will not charge you
for the bottle."
"Then," said Pat, "put a cork in
it."���Judge's  Library.
Beware  ot   Olntmei-iU   for   Oatarrh   that
Oontaln Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy the eense
of smell sod completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the inucocs surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, a* the damage they will do Is ten fold to tlie goot
you can possibly dori-r. from them
Hall's Oatarrh Oure, manufactured by ?.
J. Oheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio., contains
no mercury, and Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood end mucous surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Oatarrh Oure be enre you get the
genuine. It is taken internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Oheney
A Oo.    Testimonials free.
Bold by Druggists. Price. 7So per hot-
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Cruel   Letter   Charges   Woman   With
Grasping  After  Money.
A German baron's love affairs were
described recently to Mr. Justice
Grantham and a special jury in the
King's Bench Division when he was
mulct in ��300 ($1,500) damages for
bleach of promise of marriage. The
plaintiff was Miss Agnes Ischen and
the defendant was Baron Rudolph von
Konig. The breach was denied.
The action was founded, said counsel, according to the Tribune, on two
verbal promises of marriage in September, 1902, and January, 1903. The
plaintiff was a German and from 1894
to 1397 wa. learning the millinery
business in Germany. When she came
to London to seek employment she
after an acquaintance of about five
or six weeks went to live with him. At
that time he was very poor, but he
was now wealthy and described himself as a Baron of the German Empire. After this plaintiff and defendant traveled together a good deal.
In February, 1898, he gave her an
engagement ring with his monogram
engraved inside. Although the defendant introduced the plaintiff to
many persons as his promised wife,
the promise to marry was not carried
out, and in December, 1905, she discovered that he had married some
one else.
On February 19, 1906, the defendant
sent a most cruel letter to the plaintiff, in which he said:���"Eleven years
have passed since I committed my
one youthful folly, and ten years of
that time you have made money out
of me. How nice it is now to quietly
sleep with much money and able to
enjoy myself and know that you will
dio of hunger on the dustheap or in
prison. Now comes my revenge for this
ten years of money grasping. If I
could save you with.one penny from
your downfall I would not do it; I
would spit in your fnce and give you
one kick and see you die in the gutter."
Suhbubs���Not much grounds about
your house in town, eh? Is the yard
Citiman���Just about.
Srihbubs���Eh?    Just  about  what?
Crliman���A yard wide.���Philadelphia Press.
Some persons have periodical attacks of Canadian cholera,- dysentery
or diarrhoea, and have to use great
precautions to avoid the disease.
Change of water, cooking, and green
fruit, is sure to bring on the attacks.
To such persons we would recommend Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery
Cordial as being the best medicine
in the market for all summer complaints. If a few drops are taken in
water when the symptoms are noticed
no further trouble will be experienced.
The Doll.
Tbe ancient civilization of Rome Included the doll as an instructive plny-
*hlug for children.
Norway's Forests.
Of Norway's forest area the state
owns 3,335 square miles, which bring
an annual income of about $2G8,000.
The annual expense connected with
the public forests, "statsal menulnger,"
as they are called, amount to about
$128,000. The yearly profit derived by
the state from this source ia thus about
*i40,qgo. -.    ���
Mr. Flafdwell (on his first Atlantic
voyage)���Do you know, Mary, that
this ship burns 400 tons of coal
every day?
Mrs. Flntdwell���William Henry,
have you been letting the janitor
stuff you with any such fairy tale
as that?���Puck.
Fielding,  Sask.,    will    be incorporated  a  town  on  September  10.
I bought a horse with a supposedly
incurable ringbone for $30. Cured
him with $1.00 worth of MINARD'S
LINIMENT and sold him for $85.00.
Profit on Liniment, $54.00.
Hotel  Keeper,  St.   Phillippe,  Que.
Mark Twain assured King Edward
VII. that he approved Windsor Castle
with its grounds and would like to
buy it. "The King entered into the
spirit of the occasion." Thus dfd
Mark Twain again fellow in the footsteps of Artemus Ward, as he has followed for forty years.
When Artemus was in London,
writing articles for Punch, he visited
the British museum and he punched
the walls to see if the masonry was
nil right. "A man with a gold band
on his hat said, in a harsh voice, that
I must stop poking the walls. I told
him I would do so by all means. 'You
see,' I said taking hold of the tassel
which waved from the man's belt, and
heartily at these remarks, whioh was
made in a joaking spirit, tne man
frowned darkly and walked away."
flrawin' him close to me in a confidential way. 'You see, I'm looking
round this mooseum, and if I like it
I shall buy it.' Instid of larfin'
-Boston Herald.
Englishman Tells How He Beat Jules
Verne's   Record.
Lieut.-Col. Burnley Campbell writes
to The Times that he landed ut Dover
on June 13, after completing a circuit of the world in 40 days and 19 1-2
hours. If he had caught the St.
Petersburg express at Berlin on June
12 he would have reduced the time
by several hours. After asking whether this is a record for speed around
the world he gives the following particulars of his trip.
He left Liverpool on May 3 at 7.20
p.m. by the Canadian Pacific steamer. He arrived at Quebec May 10, 3
p.m., and left by the Canadian Pacific Railroad's oversea transcontinental mail train at 5 p.m. He reached
Vancouver May 19, at 5 a.m., and
left at 12.30 p.m. on the Canadian
Pacific's mail steamer. Arrived at
Yokohama 5 a.m., May 26, and departed at 7 a.m., May 27.
He readier Tsaruga May 23 at 9.30
a.m., and left at 6 p.m., by a Japanese steamer, which reached Vladivostock May 30, at 2.15 p.m. He then
took a trans-Siberian train at 7 p.m.
and arrived at Harbin May 31, at
7.25 p.m. He left at 8.30 p.m., and
reached Irkutsk June 4, at 6.30 p.m.
He arrived at Moscow on June 10 at
2.38 p.m., and left at 6 p.m. He arrived at Warsaw June 11, 9.30 p.m.,
and left at 11.30 p.m.
Reaching Berlin at 11.35 a.m., June
12. he departed five minutes later,
and arrived at Cologne the same day
at 9.08 p.m., and left at 11.15 p.m.
He arrived at Ostend June 13, at 7.30
a.m. and left at 11 a.m., arriving at
Dover at 2.50 p.m. the same day.
Lieut.-Col. Campbell 'vos singularly fortunate in making connections,
but on May 30 the stedmer on whi^h
he was traveling ran aground on on
isolated rock during a dense fog in
the Sea of Japan. The tide fortunately lifted the ship off and enabled him
to make railroad connection!" at Vladivostock. If he had missed that train
there would not have been another
for four days
Welsh Eisteddfod.
Thousands of enthusiastic Welshmen assembled in Llangollen recently
to witness the picturesque ceremony
of the proclamation of the Welsh National Eisteddfod, which will be held
in the town next year. The ceremony
took place in the beautiful grounds
adjacent to Plus Newydd, onco the
residence of the famous ladies of
Llangollen. Here the Gorsedd Circle,
consisting of twelve massive boulders,
each weighing over two tons, had
been laid out.
Accompanied by fifty bards, clad in
picturesque costume, the Archdrnid
Dyfed repaired to the circle daring
the morning. Mounting the centre
boulder, he demanded, "Is it peace?"
and there was a cry in the affirmative
from the bards. Then the massive
Gorsedd sword was sheathed, and the
archdruid proclaimed the Eisteddfod
to be held in September, 1908, "in the
face of the sun and the light ot the
The subsequent proceedings in tho
afternoon were of a more imposing
character. In the presence of thousands of spectators, there was a procession through the gaily decorated
Btreets. First came two Llangollen
ladies, in national costumes, accompanied by n Welsh goat. Then, behind the Red Dragon banner of Wales,
came local yeomanry, volunteers, constabulary and public authorities
Next came the Gorsedd jewel-studden
banner, the Gorsedd sword, and on a
bier was borne the massive Hirlas
horn. Then followed the arclidruid,
members of Parliament, sheriffs, local mayors, magistrates and other
Arrived at the circle, a loud blast
on the Com Gwlad was the signal for
the assembly. A symbolical wreath
was presented to the archdruid, who
then sipped from the Hirlas horn,
containing mead, which was presented to him by n woman. Subsequent
proceedings consisted of harp and
vocal music, addresses and the initiation of new bards.
Sold on'y In sealed lead packets at 40c, 50c and 60c par lbs
by all grooers.
The Now York Man  Felt Above hi....
but Changed His Opinion.
One of the most successful wholesale
dry  goods  merchants  New  York  clt.
ever saw hnd the peculiar habit of r.
gardlng ns bis Inferior any man wli*
was engaged ln a business less gen
teel, as he held, than his own.    In Iii*
employ was a young Vermontcr, wli-
felt highly elated when one dny a mni
from his native town who was vlsltluj
the city called on him.   Tho man wu
somewhat crude ln his manners,  bu*
he hnd piled up a fortune ln the tin
ware business and ln buying up nt n
discount lu times of panic commercki
paper  which  he  believed  was  good
The youth Introduced the Vcrmonter
to his employer.
"What business are you in?" asked
the dry goods prince as tho two shook
"The tlnw-a-a-r business," drawled
the Vcrmonter.
Without a word the dry goods merchant turned on his heel and bolted
Into his private office. He didn't recognize tinware merchants as desirable
"Hold on a minute, Mr. 1" shouted
the Vermontcr after the retreating figure. "Are these here things goln' to
be paid when they fall due?"
I'rom bis wallet the Vermonter drew
several slips of paper, which he held
up to the dry goods merchant's fnce
Tlie merchant glanced at them and ef
fuslvely bade the Vermonter welcome
to his private office. The pnpers were
notes to the extent of $50,000 uttered
by the dry goods merchant and which,
unknown to him, the Vermonter hnd
bought up nt a big discount���Brooklyn
Happiness the Order of the Day, Tranquillity of the Night.
The files of old newspapers are a
priceless record of the history and
manners of their times. In the papers
of 1796 the accounts of public rejoicings
show that these were few ln number
nnd thnt the method of keeping them
differed widely from our ideas of festivities. Washington's birthday was
perhaps the greatest holiday.
"Industrious citizens," we nre told,
"appropriated the hour of noon for the
congratulations of the day. Each family enriched the domestic meal with
bountiful provisions, and gay spirits
and temperate and undissembled Joy
pervaded all classes."
There were speeches and processions
and illuminations for tbe less industrious who were willing to give some
thing more than the hour of noon to
the celebration, but the most memorable observance of the day was that of
the Harvard students.
"Saying to each other thnt It would
be disgraceful to pretend to honor
Washington with riot and disorder,
they retired to their chambers before 0
o'clock, and by the time the bells
ceased ringing there was not a light to
be seen In nny of the buildings."
This ls equaled by tbe summing up
of the celebrations of Fourth of July
for the same year, a day observed with
great rejoicings. No accidents nre re
ported, and tbe editor concludes, "In
short in every place we hetrd from
happiness was the order of the day.
tranquillity of the night."*���Youth's
A Surfeit of Knowledge
Dr. Martin G. Brumbaugh, superintendent of Philadelphia's public
schools, who has a habit of interspersing his many lectures and public addresses with incidents of liis
trips about the country, tells of tlie
following dialogue which took place
between himself and a little schoolboy in St. Louis some time ago. Dr.
Brumbaugh wns on his way from the
hotel to a hall, in which he was to
deliver un address beforo a teachers'
institute. The little fellow in question had been following at the heels
���f thc educator for a couple of blocks,
when tha latter turned, and, putting
his hand on the lad's head, asked
Iiiin if he went to school. After te-
plying in the affirmative tlie hoy
asked: "Are you going to talk to
them teachers?" "Yes," said Dr.
Brumbaugh, "I guess I am."
"Well," replied tlie boy, "I wish you
wouldn't tell them too much, for my
teacher's going to be there, and she
knows enough already."���New York
After lounging away the first two
weeks of his vacation on the farm, a
Georgia student received rather insistent notice one morning that the
carriage needed washing. Finding a
tub full of water near the pump, he
proceeded to ask whether it might bo
used for the purpose.
"Jim," he said to one of the old
darkies on tlie plnce, "what do they
use that tub for "
"I don't know, Marse George," le-
plied the negro, "jes zactly what
dey do use dat tub for."
"O, pshaw, Jim," said George imperiously.    "Been here a whole year
and don't know what the tub's for
Whnt do tliey do with  it?"
"Well, mnssn," said Jim, nt his
wits' end. "I reckon dey jest uses
dat tub foh to keep- water in fob to
keep it from leakin'."���Harper's
Thos. Sabin of Eglinton says: "I
have removed ten corns from my
feet with Holloway's Corn Cure."
Reader, go thou and do likewise.
"Now that you've come in for a
little money," said Zimmerman, "I
hope you'll pay me what you owe
"Let's see," said Borroughs.
"Your name's 'Zimmerman,' isn't it?
Sorry, old man, but I'm paying off
all my creditors in alphabetical order."���Philadelphia Press.
Metals and Metaphors.
"It is most amazing," said a metal
lurglst "how the world relies on metals for Its metaphors and similes. Thus
an orator Is silver tongued or golden
mouthed. An explorer ls bronzed by
African suns. A resolute chap has an
Iron will. A sluggard moves with leaden feet An ostrich has a copper lined
stomach. A millionaire has tin. A
swindler Is as slippery as quicksilver.
A   borrower  has   brass."
Mamma Remembered.
Tapa (enraged)���Well, Constantla.
daughter, I've never In all my life seen
is soft, green, unsophisticated, spoony
an idiot as young Puddlngton. Mam
ma (emphatically)���I   have!
The Luscious Grape.
The grape, whose purple flood man
for century after century has converted Into wine. Is a Persian by birth.
Its cradle was on tho sunny hills to the
south of the Caspian sea, and there the
ancients ate It and enjoyed Its acid
taste. The men of Caubul ground it
to a dry powder and ate it with relish,
half as a medicine, half because they
liked It. And then those days went by,
and wo hem* of the renowned grapes of
Palestine, which grew In Immense
clusters nnd weighed fifteen pounds to
the bunch. Noah planted the vine I in
mediately after the deluge. The book
of Genesis mentions bread and wine,
and the Israelites complained thai
Moses and Aaron had brought them
out of Egypt Into a dry and barren
land where thero wero neither figs nor
A Difficult Feat
Hove you ever tried to stand upright
on a log perhaps a foot across the butt
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Well, If you had you would realize better the marvelous balance of the man
who not only has to do thin, but also
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with a long pike pole, chain booms together with numbed fingers, nnd, In
fact, do the whole of his day's work
while balancing on a twirling, twisting, half submerged tree trunk.
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"You'd better get out Here comes
that idiot Boreham, nnd he's got a story
he thinks Is new that he'll Insist on
handing you."
"No, ho won't   I'm Immune.**
"How's that?"
"I  told him  the  story."
Worse Than He Felt.
Cutting���I suppose it did make yon
feel mean. Dubbs���Will, I should say!
Why, I felt like a plugged nickel! Cutting���Ah! But what a blessing It Is
thnt we never feel quite as bad as we
Meeting Trouble.
More people would snap their fingers
In the face of trouble if trouble didn't
have snch a sudden way of swooping
down on us.
On* pack*.
haa aotually
killed a bushel
of Aloe.
10c. par packet, or 3 packet* for *2Bo.
will laet a whole eeaeon.
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President���Loan STBATncoNA and Modnt Kotal.
Vice-President���Hon. Geohgk A. Dkummond.
General Manager���E. S. Clocbtoh.
Branches In All The Principal Cities In Canada
A General Banking Business Transacted.
: NEW DENVER BRANCH, - fl. S. FISHER, Manager.
Slocan flMnina 'Review.
Subscription (2.00 per annum, strictly
in advance.   No pay, no paper.
Advertising Rates :
Notices to Delinquent Owners - $12.00
"     for Crown Grants    -   -    7.50
"      " Purchase of Land   -    7.50
"      " License to Cut Timber 5.00
All locals will he charged for at the rate
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Transient ratcB made known on application.   No room for Quacks.
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District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that Robert Duncan Kennedy, of Slocan, B.C., livery keeper,
intends to apply for a special timber
licence  over   tho   followlug  described
lands.   Commencing at a post adjoining James  Smith's south-east corner,
and   marked   "Robert   Dancan   Kennedy's N.E. corner," thence south 40
chains, thence weet 160 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence eaBt 160 chains
to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
June 17th, 1907,
Take notice that James Smith, of
Slocan, B.C., miner, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the following described lands: Commencing
at a poet planted about one and oue
half miles distant in a southerly direction from Duncan Graham's north-east
corner, and marked " James Smith's
S.E. corner,"thence west 160 chains,
thence north 40 chains, thence east 160
chains, thence south, 40 chains to point
ot commencement, and containing 640
acres more er Icbb.   JAMES SMi H.
June 17th, 1007.
Take notice that Duncan Graham, of
Slocan, B.C., miner, iutondB to apply
lor a special license over the following
described lands *. Commencing at a
pott planted on the west shore of Slocan
Lake, about ono mile distant in a southerly direction from the mouth of Indian
creek, and marked " Duncan Graham's
N.E. corner," tlience west 80 chaini,
thenco south 80 chains, thence eaBt 80
chains, tlience north 80 cliains to point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or lees.
June 15th, 1907.
Take notice that Nils Nelson, o
Slocan, B.C., a rancher, intends to
apply for a special timber license over}
following described lands : Commencing at a post planted about four miles
distant iu a norlh westerly direction
from tbe mouth of Goat creek, a tributary of the Slocan River, thence west
160 chainB, thence north 40 chains;
thence east 160 chains, ihence south 40
chains to point.of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less.
June 20lh, 1907.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that John St. Denis, of
Slocan, B.C., farmer, intends to apply
(or permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing a t a
poet planted on the south-east corner
of lot 7617, thence norlh 20 chains,
eaBt 20 chains, south 20 chains to the
north-east corner of lot 8127, tlience
along the line ot lot 8127, 20 chains
weet. *.
August 1st, 1907.
 D, St. Dinis, A gent.
Di.trictof West Kootenay.
Take notice   that   Charles  Plant,  of
New Denver,  miner,  intends  to   apply
for permission to purchase  tho  following described land:   commencing at a
post  planted at the north-west  corner
of lot 6881, thence north 40 chains, east.
20 chainB,   south 40 chains,   weet  20
August 12th, 1907.
D. St. Denis, Agent.
District ot West Kootenay.
Take Notice that Florence Lawrence
MclnneB, of New Denvei, wife of Angus
Mclnnes, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of lot 8506, eroup 1,
Kootenay District, tlience west 20 chains
thenoe eouth 20 chains thenco east 20
chains thence north 20 chains to tlie
point of commencement, containing 40
acres more or lees.
Kenneth L. Burnet, ageut.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, P. J. Gallagher,
of Rosebery, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply for a special timber license
over the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at the
S.W. corner marked P.J.G. S.W.C,
about two miles south of the N. & S.
Ry., thence north 160 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 160 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more
or less. P. J. GALLAGHER.
Dated July 11,1907.
Take notice that I, P. J. Gallagher
of Rosebery, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply for a special timber license
over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 2. {
nillea Bonth of Summit lake, marked
P.J.G. S.W.C, thence north 80 chainb
thence east 80 chain, ihence eouth 80
chains, tlience west 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 640
acres moro or lees.
Dated July 5ih, 1907
Take notice that I, P.J. Gallagher,
of Rosebery, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply for a special timber license
over the following described tract of
land. Commencing at a post planted at
the S.W.C, marked P.J.G. S.W.C,
thence north 40 chains, thence eaBt 160
chains, thence south 40 chains thence
west 160 chains to point of commencement. Containing 040 acres more or
leBB. Poetie planted abont 2miles from
west shore of Slocan lake nearly opposite Silverton.
Dated July 5th, 1007.
Dislrict ot West Kootenay.
Take   notice    that I,   Bert.   Norria
Sharp,* of Orient,   Wash.,   occupation
assayer, intendR  to apply   for  permission to purchase the following  described
Commencing at a post planted on
N. E. cor. lccalrd on Slocan Lake shout
20 milis irom r*locan Olty, thence we't
40 chains, thence south40 chains, Ihence
east 40 chains, thence north 40 cluiiiiB
to point ot commencement containing
160 aciis mere or less.
Thomas Melville Sharp,
July 81st, 190".
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District of Weet Kootenay.
Take notice that Cornelias Morgan
Gething, of Slocan, B.C.. prospector,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on the
south boundary of the. C.P.Ry., lot 382
at a point on the west bank of Slocan
River where said south boundary crosses
said river, thence west 40 chains, thence
eouth 40 chainB, thence east 40 chains,
more or less, to the weet bank of the
Slocan River, thence following the
meanderings of aaid river in a northerly
direction, 40 chains more or less to
pointof commencement, and containing
160 acres, more or less.
Dated July 1st, 1907.
Take notice that William Ernest
Marshall, of Rosebery, B.C., agent C.P.
Ry,. intends to apply for a special license over the following described land-
Commencing at a post on the south:
west shore of Slocan Lake one half mile
north-west of Sawmill creek abont two
miles from Rosebery and bearing tbe
initials W. E. M.'s N. E. corner, thence
eouth 80 chains, tnence weet 80 chains,
thence north 80 cliains, thence cast 80
chains to point of commencement, and
640 acree more or lees.
June 21st 1907.
Zhc Slocan Ibotel
Gbree tforfts,
Headquarters for Mining Men
when visiting this famous Silver-
Lead Mining Camp. Every
comfort foi the Traveling Public.
A Well-Stocked Bar and Excellent Pool Table.
Hugh Niven, Proprietor
Certificate of Improvsmentt.
"Independence"      Mineral     Claim,
situate in the Slocan   City  Mining
Division of West Kootenay district.
Where located:���On  Lemon  Oeek
adjoining   tlie    Crueader    Mineral
Take notice that I, II. R, Jorand, Free
Miner'e Certificate No. B78,800 acting
for myself and as agent for W. J.   Shat-
ford Free Miner's Certificate No. B4.685,
intend,  60 days  from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a
Certificate of   Improvements,   for the
purpose, of obtaining a Crown Grant of
tbe above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under  section 37,  must be commenced
before thu issuance of Such  Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2nd day of May, A.D. 1907
local Salesman Wanted Tor
And Adjoining District lo represent
Canada's Greatest Nurseries
TreeB of right eize and age for Britisli
Columbia planting. Grosrn on limestone soil; hardier and longer lived than
coast trees.
A permanent situation, Territory reserved ; Pay   weekly ; Free outfit.
Wiite for particulars.
Stone & Wellington
(Licensed by B.C. Government )
TORONTO       -      - ���      ONT.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after date I intend to apply to the Hon.
the Cliief Commissioner of Lands and
Works lor permission to purchase the
following described lands in Weet Kootenay District: Commencing at a poet
marked "A. J. Watson's N.W. Corner
post," said poBt being at aoutli-eaat
coiner of lot 7 Block 832, Group I,
West Kootenay District, thence eouth
80 chains, thence eaet 20 chains, thence
north 80 chaine, thence West 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing
160 acres more or less.
Dated April 20th, 1907.
7-4 A. J. WATSON.
Silverton, 35.(5.
Recognised by the Travelling
Public, Miners and Mining
Men to be the Best Hotel in
the Slocan. The bar is stocked with the choicest quenchers.
���R. fl>. Spencer * prop
J. J. Finland
provincial Hssa?ec
ano (Sbemtet
Sandon -Assay Office
Ordinary Tariff:
Gold, Silver, Lead, Copper, Iron, Silica,
$1.00 each.
Silver with Copper or Lead, Manganese,
Lime, $1.50 each.
Zinc,  Antimony,    Sulphur,  Gold and
Silver, $3.00.
Gold, Silver, with Lead or Copper, Zinc
and Silvor, .2.60.
Silver, Zi.ic and Lead   ���.���..00
Gold, Silver, Zinc, Lead and Iron, .1 CO
Special ivat.. for Min. pud Mill \vork
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
afier date I intend to apply to tlie Hon.
thc Cnief Commissioner of LSnds and
Works at Victoria, B. C for permission
to purchase tlie following described
lands situate in Weet Kootenay District;
Commencing at a post planted at tbe
south-taut corner of lot 7647 and marked
J. St. D. S.W. corner, thence north
along the cast line of lot 7547 20 chains,
thence east 20 chains, thence eouth 20
chainB to the north-east corner ot lot
8127, tlience following along the line of
lot8127, 20 chaine to the point of commencement aud containing 40 acres.
Dated at Slocan, B.C April 30th, 1907.
PerD. St. Denis, Agent.
To Rent
Several Residences
Very Small Figure
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Go to Wilson's for
, Steel, etc.
Zhc Sanfcon Dotel
���Robt. -Xunntn-g proprietor.
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Take notico that I, Thomai M. Sharp
of  Nelson, B.C.,  engineer,  intends to
apply for permission   to purchase the
following iieBciibed land:���
Commencing at a pott planted on S.E.
corner, located on wc_t shore of Slocan
Lake, abon 12 miles from tbe head of
said Slocan Lake, tlience west 40 chains,
tlience north 40 chains,  thence enst 40
clmins,  tlience   south  along  shore  of
MccanLake to point of commencement
containing 160 acres more or lese.
July 81st, 1907,
Colin J* Campbell
Notary Public
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St. James' Hotel
New Denver, B.C.
Visitors to New Denver, the beauty spot
of the Continent, will find this hotel
to be thoroughly equipped for
ior the comfort of Tourists.
Well stocked Bar.
Excellent boatin*.. Grand scenery.
A. JACOBSON - - - Proprietor.
RATES $3 to 3,50 A DAY.
Special attention given to Mining Trade.
Splendid Scenery, Fishing, Boating, etc.
No matter what bis of-
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Steamer Kuskanook to Kootenay
Landing, connecting at Curzon
Junction   with  Train   to
Spokane via Spokane
Tho Host Popular Trip this Seuoa.
$9.20       $16.80
Good for Thirty Days.
Apply Local Agent, or
E. J. Coylb, A.G.P.A.
John Mok, D.P.A., Nelson.
W rst Koo tenay
I, William Stewart Drewry, liy occupation a Land Survivor, intend to
apply for a snerial license to cut timber upon six hundred and forty acres
of land, siluate on Ihe west shle nf
Slocan Lake nbout one-half mile norlh of
Nemo creek bounded au follows;
Commencing at a post, planted nt
tha N.E. corner of Lot 652), tbem-c
noith S.) chitns moro or less to the
S.W. coiner of Lot 8426; tlience nonh
100 chains, thence west 40chains, thence
sou*h 80 chain!", thence west 40 chains,
Ihence soiuh-IO chains thence cast Sll
chains more or loss to the point of commencement.
Dated Aug   14th. 1907
District of West Koolenay.
Take notice that Fred D. D. Kelly,
of New Denver, nurse, intends to apply
for permhsion to purchase the following
rfe��crib_d land:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile from the Nakusp and Slocan
Railway to the soutli and about two and
one half milt s from Slocan Lake, and
12 chains west from thn westerly boundary of lot i', 127, on tlie line of A. Jucoli-
eon's northerly boundary, thence 80
cliains north more or less to the boundary of tin/ber luaae No. 435, thenco 40
chains wosl, thenco 20 chains rorth,
tlience 20 chains west, tlience 60 chains
south, thence GO cViaiis ea-1 lo point of
commencement. Contain ng 210 acres
more or less.
August 12th, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after" date we intend to apply to the
���cense hoard of the city of "jloran B.C.
la transfer of licence, hold by us for the
Arlington Hotel,in Bloek A, lots 1 and 2
to Robt.   Graham and  Frank   Griffith,
Slocftu B.C., August 1st, 1007,
Take notice that .T^^jiJIjjprath, "of
Nelson, B.C., I.oadina3W*B*\.Ventla to
apply for a special timber licfaee over
tbe following described tract of lands:
Commencing at a post planted about $)_'
miloi west of New Denver on the west
side of Slocan Lake, maiked J. McG.
N. W. cor., thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the shore of
Slocan lake, thence south 80 chains,
tlience west 80 cliains, lo point of commencement. Containing 640 acres more
or less,
P. J. Gallng-her, Agent.
Take notice that John McGrath of
NeUon, B.C., londtnss'er, intends to
apply fo r a f pecial limber license over
Ihe following described tract ot land*:
Commencing at a post planted about
4 miles wu:*t of New Denver on the west
side of Plocau Lake marked J. Mc. N.
W. C, thence north 40 cliains, thence
erst 160 chains to the shore of Slocan
Lnko, ilienco somli 40 chains, thence
west 100 chaine to pointof commence*,
went.* Containing 640 acios
P. J. GtUlHgher,


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