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D avoted to AJver-
tising the resources
of the rich Slocan
Mining Division. . .
tx.r - *--��--*     -,,
Sent to any address
for $2.00 per ann.
If you see it in the
" Review,"   it's   so.
No. 36.   Vol. I,
SANDON, British Columbia, Thursday, May 2, 1907.
Single Copies 10c.
...A Good PROGRAMME has been Arranged to Include...
Launch Races Hose Reel Contest        Children's Sports 7*
Boat Races Ball Game Foot Races
<4��/ have been Selected
and Every Effort will
be made to Provide Enjoyment. C*; -        0
IRegatta in
Iflelo Sports in tbe afternoon.
To conclude With a Grand Tallin the Evening
g-jtgg (Boo Save tbe Iking, g^
H. G. FISHER, Chairman.       C. F. NELSON, Sec.
M. McLean,  A. Jacobson,  T. H. Hoben,  H. Stege,
J. E. Cornwall.
James McPoyl DM m
Monday after lung and
Painful Illness.
{prospectors' Cabinet.
/����>ritar|unl-:nH -ml Non-Siihscribers "like
1 y*\   nre Invited In  late iidvultta-'O of   ibis
**""'   llurenii of liidiriimilini.    All *'pecrm��is
sent tn Hi* ErtUo'r will lie iclcut'fleil by .1. .1.
l-'lngluml, ��h���> will nlm; answer queries. Wipe
' i<luii'lv, antl f.'jwBrrt your coinmuulcatiorsor
sr-m|,'ch to reHch  ihe Kditor not Inter than
Tut-da* oi eiu-h wee!;.
Another njiiie is stricken Irom the
ev��*r lessening roll of our o'd settlors.
James MePovl,' i.r as !>���' waa common*
ly known, "Jimmy tho Barber," who
for many yeas buck niniinun 1 tlie Kx-
oliani*.* Bliavingj paT.r, passed away at
tin* S'lidon Hospital nntliH 27 li lilt.
after a aeve c aii'l painful Ulnes* (drop*
���y) which lasted over five months. He
was liked h) all Rid generous to a
The deceased was horn at Londonderry, lrelaiiil, in 1859, and I anie to Sandon
some tin yeara ago.
He leaves a son in Xc* Westminster,
who was cotnmtuiicatcd with at once.
The limer.il service was conducted at
the Catholic church by the Rev. Father
Jeannotte, V-hog-iVe a very Impressive
(ml solemn serinon. 'lhe burial took
ptpca alter the l.rvloj at the Sandon
Fox's Karnipmilli. Is the best blood
jm ilier and kidn-y m* diciue,
A (i, Bfleksnn, mill foreman at the
Whitewater mill, has moved hla family
up to tht UlllIP,
Teaming Is at a standstill here now,
on ace unit of uliiio-it impassable roads,
but in a weeks time or so the roads will
lis in fairly good shape,
Logan MePllOe und his wife returned
from Kaslo on Tuesday With lila little
chubby namesake.
tlu-re Is hopes of iho Whitewater
mil ttait'ng up around the ni'ddle of
Mlty, as Mr. Culver is expected in to
put the mill in shape to. run around
Map 15lh,
To tliD Editor of the Slocan Mining
Review, Sandon.
D,*.sr Sir,���It appcais to mo that the
question propounded by 1'. .1. f>. haH
been miseous'rucil. The answer given
w'unlil ipiite well apply to diU'erent levels of c no and the Mime ore shoots but
how the secondary enrichment theory
can be ma*lu to explain diveg-d assay
values in dlflVrout ledu��S, is incoinpre-
hensihlo to me, Secondary enrlchtnoiit
nrosupposts priinarv impovoriihiui'tit.
Hence, if deeper levels on an ore (hoot
he enriched, the pirtims n ar tho sui--
fare must, through their lo*s of valnts
liuve been part factor in Ihe Increase of
Values at depth, but this applies only
to values in Hie same ledge, whetons
tlie answer niven refers to adjoining,
hence different ledges.**-l'.I.U.
Secondary enrielimont principles aio
pCrftctly applicable io adjoining ledges
where the e is proof, aa thoiu is ill this
d;j:iic\ that they orginatcd through
the nunc cause and al the mine time.
The idea is not so much that the deeper
portions are enriched at tlie expense of
tho mote superficial portions, though
that does lake place to a small c-tnt,
but they were enriched (it the expense
of that poit'on of lhe ore body which
existed above the suiface level in former
geological times.
In the first place there is a slight
change in the distribution of the silver,
but ihe tnt.il silver and ore remain the
siiiiia. In the second the silver remains
the s une but it is eonooutrated into a
fractional part of the ore, enriching it
A. I", Whitewater.
The small dour crystals in your
sp ciinen are eerusslte, a crystalline
carbonate <*! lead, running oyer 77 p c.
lead. In this form it. rarely Carres m1-
vor values. The ordinary carbonate ore
-finals'bof a mixture of carbonates nnd
sulphate* of lead in the amorphous state
with oxide of inn, '/.inc, e'.c.
Notice ii hereby given that 00 day
after da'o I intend to apply to the Il"ii.
the Chief Commissioner of L-iuds and
Wml,*'for permission to pnrchiis" Ilie
following del rih'-d lands in West Koot*
ensy District:�� Commencing at a post
marked "II. llinsros**'s N.W. corner
poet," said post bi dug at N.K corner of
Lot 7, Block 38-S, Group 1, West Kootenay District, ih-nee routh 40 chains,
thence ea*>t 20 chains, thence nortli 40
chain", thonce west 20 chains to point
of commencement, containing SO acres
more or less.
I'atel April 20th, 1907.
Notice, ia hereby given that GO dabs
aftnf dttto I in ten-1 to apply to the Hon.
the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami
Works lur i>eriii'*��sioii to i Ul'chaSO the
following described lands in Wcst Kootenay Pistrict: Commencing at a p"st
marked "A. 3. Wats ill's N.W. Corner
|oa'," said post being at south-east
co ner of   l,t   7 Block   8S2,    Group  I,
West  Kno onay  Pistrict, thonce south
K0 eiiai'is, thenco cast 20 chains, thence
north 80 chains thenca West 20 clmins
to point of commencement, containing
lfit) acres lnoi'e or I f*.
Dated April 20thj 1907.
7-4 A. .1. WATSON.
Cirtineat* of Improvements.
"Indepeii'lenc.e"      Mlnor.il     Claim,
sittiaiH in   the Slocan   City   Mining
Diri ion of West Kootenay district
Where local oil:���On  lemon  C'oek
adjoining   the   Crusader    Mineral
Take no1 ie Ihat I, II. It Jorand, Fioe
Miner's Oeitiflc-lo No.  1)78,800 acting
for lliysoif and aa agent for W. J.   Shat-
foi'd Free Miner's Ccrtiflcatfl No  lU.RS.'i,
intend,  BO days  from ihe date hcicof,
to apply to ihe Mining Recorder for a
Certificate <*f   Improvements,   for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claim.
And further take  notice that  action,
under  s-ction SIT.   mnat be cinii enccd
lit fore the  issuance  ot Such  Certificate
Uate.l this 2nd day of May, A.D. 1(107.
"Tailhnlt" mineral claim, *ituate in the
Slocan City Mining Division of West
K'-iotenav District.   Where located i���
About 2,010 feet  in a westerly  dlrtc-
tlon from Howard Fraction, about one
mile north of North  Fork   of  Lemon
Take notice that. T, Henri Robert Jorand, Free Miners Certificate No. B78,,-:00,
as agent tor Anna Ferguson,   Execuii-ix
���of the list will and testament fl  William   Henry   Fi>rtrnson    dec-used.   Free
Miliars Certificate No. IM719, intend, (JO
days from the date hereof,  to npply  to
the MiningRicorder for a certificate of
Improvements for the purpose ot o'-tnin-
ing a Crown Giant of tho ab ive claim
And further take notice, Ihat.   action
nn'lci* section  87, nin.t le c m men Ceil
before the is*-uance of such Certificate of
Dated lhis2othdiiy of Ap'il. A.D.1007.
Je 37 II. R. JORAXD.
From All Points of View.
Zisc CoMMi-si-jx.���The S!o*an mines
arc capable of producing 30,000 tons of
g io,! zinc ore per annum valued at
Zinc Mink Ownibs.���Shut the mine
down tight till further order".
Misi Managkkb.���Don't break that
stiill'd iwn bo_\s and what comes throw
ou the waste dump.
Le.vsukk.���Things wouldn't be so bad
if it wasn't fjr that d zinc.
Ami:iiican Zinc Smku.ehn. ���Thanks
old boy, but I have more ore at present
than I cau handle.
FitAxic Outfit.���Speak not ill of the
dead. My foundations nre at least good
for coke ovonp.
Zinc ICi.kcthic.u, Exckhimkntk.���Who
s.iys we all end in blue smoke.
LondonZi.no Maiiket.���Come audi
will bo a inother to you.
C. P. R.���Not by a long sight till I get
my $13 rake off.
Amkkican Zinc Mink OwNERS.-Chcck-
inated again old chap.   Ha! ha!
The longlicmleilonca Fay the present i���
not the lime ti sillzinc but to collect it.
They believe that a lew dollars extra
���pent in separating ont tho high gia-le
zinc during sorting will show a goo 1
profit before the year is out.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands situated in the Slocan
mining district of West Kootenay:
Commenting at a post planted on the
second oust Fork of Wilson creek aid
about il miles fiom main Wilson ceek,
marked I). Tourney's N.W. corner post
thence souih 80 chains, thence east SO
chains, thence north 80 chains, ihence
west 80 chains to point of e.jiniiience-
Located April 12, 1907.
M23 D.TUOMEY, locator.
Rill vs.
May Test
Validity of Scientific
EXCELLENT chances j ateadv work ;
irootl wages for experienced miners
in the rich silvir country.   Write,
Silver  City  Bureau,  Ilex 29��, Cobalt,
" Situated a�� we are in tlu center of a
mining country, tho most of us are in-
teres'.ed in the subject which discusses,
thiui'iire and origin of ore deposits,
especially that blanch of it which deals
with the de-posts which surround Ul;
This subject i* sepaiatod into two paita,
the p aeticiil and the theoritical or
Scientific side. Of the practical m.Ic
we uor-d ��ay litte, as knowledge can
only he obtained by those who are at
constant work in the mines themsslve
The sclent ilie side by accumulating nnd
classifying evidence from all parts of
ihe woi Id lave been able to lay down
certain rules which are more or less
guid'-s as lo how minerals occur.
Now exactly how minerals oc nr is a
iiii-stion of vast iiupoitunce to those connected with inililng, and it is proposed
to give a short account of ihese scientific views so that thos* who have no
time to study tiie matter mere fu'ly may
gain un insight in'.o the prinClplos evolved nnd even test their placability for
themselves. The subject is a very extensive ono and only those brunches of
spe ial intercut to this distiict will be
dealt with.
Few scientists of to-day rgreeas to
how oe dcpoi-iis should be c'.as'ilied,
eiuh writer is found to huve a rlasaifiea-
���ion of his own. Iu view of this fact
tho best manner to indicate the diffei-!
ent vaiieti��a will be to nice ��i fboit Ids- I
lory of tbe iileas held as to th'vir orb in.
Up to pome SO years ugoiliuide.i that
heated wa'ers carij'ing minerals in solution came up from the interior of the
earth and dep leited their metallic contents in theoe^fissure* gradually as they
cooled down' was alino-t univoisal.
(.'onsideiable evidence has been given
in favor of this idea such as the occur-
of succes'ive layers of different minerals
in many vein*, and further, thin mineral deposition is seen to begolng on at
the' prrsent day in certain mineral
spii"ijs. Another view was also In Id.
To a certain extent thia is similar to the
last except that the waters descended
from the surface, instead of coming from
tho illterioi, ThUvio.v now recicves no
support lo account for the origin of ore
bodies, but lately it lias come into prominence, as tho same idea niece-sfully
accounts for the oc-urencc of secondary
enrichments so frequently lound in ore
deposits oj all kinds. Secondary enrichment will be dito nosed later in connection with leal silver deposits.
About 80 yeats ago a new idea was
sta'ted whirl) cliff ra from the above
only in the fact that the metallic minerals were -opposed to be le; ciied ont of
the surrounding rocks and deposited in
the fls'Ul'e vo n. Since then a scientific
war has existed between the boldjis of
these ih-as. This li^ht is of no iiractic-
able int. rest lo na, as neither *,i��w is
capable of conclusive proof.
\V ithin the last few years the development of new mining district* has clearly shown that there are vast runib rs
uf ore deposits that cannot cum under
the fissure vein prinoipl". WilllO'lt going into the causes which produce fissures on the caith. We clearly icco��-
niso that there must be a relation between their length and bread h depending upm tlie bird ea of tho rock ris-
gured. As t'.tp sit.ion is a very si uv process large ore bo lies would not bo expected in eoft rocks ai they conld not
remain open sullicient time to allow the
minerals to deposit. In view of the
fact that many of th-largest and wi lest
ore deposits are inclosed in soft (slate)
rocks the hleas had to be extended so as
lo include these, cases. The cx'enslon
to ihe water deposition i lea is oiled
"metasomatic replai-cinenl." which s:ni-
plr means that the mineral waters are
capapte of penetrating the lock without
fissures, depo-iling the ore* us befose,
but at the ���nine time dissolving the
rock to n ake v-iim for tlie enlargement
of the ore bodies; The origin of large
irregularly shaped mas-ca can thus be
accounted for. The occurence of on-
di*pel80J through the rock in small
quanti ics, not uecesstirllv united as in
the copper lodes at Granby are stated
as duo to the ���aiin* cause.
Another point that has been forced on
InVcBligatoiB within recent yeara is the
frequent association of o>e boif.es, especially those not corresponding to the
fissure vein type with voican'c or igneous rocks. Th's connection has lead
to entirely new ideas us lo their oiigln.
Tho water deposition idea is extended a
little more and the. principle of eruptive
after action has beoti dwlop-d. This
simply means that tho mineral bearing
waters have be. n brought up from  the
interior along with the volcanic rock, as
the latter cool- down the waters tend to
sep irate and deposit tlie ore at or near
lhe junction I e;ween the Vulcanic rock
uud the turroun ling*. Lately evidence
has been .accumulating which shows
that Certain of these ore deposits associated volcanic rocks���they are commonly termed contact deposits���conld
not have been deposited from waters
curving ores in solution and consequently now ideas had to be developed. The
most accupttd idea is that, the minerals
were brought up dissolve I iu the rock
instead of water and as thu rock bus
eoo'ed down tho ores havo separated
more or las towards the junction,
From the aluvc short deiOrlplt in of I lie
i leas held as to the origin of ore bodes
it is c'o.ir that an ore body can be
pi ice I in any group a'cording to the
ideas by which the investigator is
guided, but from the study of the char-
5c'.eristic features ot etch, a more exact
Interpretation is possible.
In the'next article tlie structure and
characteristics of water deposition lodes
will be discussed.
The C.l'.U. announced on Sunday
that tleda'ly s ivice between Kakuep-
nud Sandon would he reduced loa triweekly service from the 1st of May.
The train ia now billed to arrive from
Nakusp on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, at 5.17 p.m and to leave for
Rosebery the same days ut II p.m. The
c.hangot have originated apparently
IIIrough tbe necessity of husbanding the
very low coal reserves in view of the uncertain future The 11i*weekly service
is by no means so agreeable to us as
the daily run, but under the circumstances theie would appear to bo no
remedy. The unpleasant feature of tho
chui'KC is the night stopover at llosebery
on the out trip.
$> *
$ Xocal anb (Bcneval.  J
*   I'lekocl up by Rutting In Kverywhere.     ���*
II. T. Twigg, of New Penver, was iu
town yesterday on professional bu-iiios*.
Tho Id iho baa aguin struck it good in
the lower tunnel.
The Sovereign boys have 14 inches of
clean high gra ie lead iu the face.
In the Elkbo.n they haven't got
through the oie body to the footwall
yet. If things keep on like this there
will be Hi tie short of a boom in a few
months when the big mines get started
Bill Findlay who turned np on Sun-
lay is making good time on his contract
witli Golden Bros., of the Seiko k group.
He was on the hunt for men .
V. W. Guernsey, ore buyer for Trail
smelter, was in town on Saturday un
business. Helmd a good word f*>r the
Sand ui camp's prospects this summer.
This is whut we 1 kc to hear from outsiders. Next time he drops along we
hope ho will not be able to do the town
in three hoii'S. Saudoii is s ill worth
more time than that Mr. Trail.
Pup. Walsh was up from Kaslo on
Fiiiay ou a tour of inspection.
Mr. James Anderson, manager of the
Ruth mines was in town Sunday. The
mill is being fixed up for the summer
Amoug*t the experts from Sandon last
Week figure I a carload of fertili*er lor
Kaslo. Don't forget thi* Mr. I'runk
when the prize Hats come along.
Mr. McCready G.N.R. agent informs
us that the notice pos'ed up recently
at tho depot will le .strictly adhered to.
It is to be sincerely hoped tint lawyers and professional exports have not
discovered another .rich pay streak in
otir camp.
Wm. Davis has arrived from the'St.
Eugene mine, Movie to look after the
Fox's Sarsaparilla ia tho best spring
I flotes ant) Comment 1
**������������*��� <.****:***********+*W'$******M'*
The greatest invention of the age
according to the Toronto Cilobe U that
"coal ashes will burn." The inislie
formula has been extracted from a cobbler in Mtoona, and is as follows: mix
three parts of ashes with one part of
coal; add oxalic acid and liilneeoliltion.
Of.course this mixture burns, but ju*t
iu lhe same way as a brick burns when
coal oil is poured on it, The length of
lime it burns is in strict accordance
with the amount of in.burnt coal in ilie
-bIics |ilu9 thu coal mil oxalic a id
added, just as the time the brick burns
depends on the amount of coal oil u-ed.
B fore enthusiasts attempt to make a
practical tes-t of the mystic formula
they would do well to keep in inilid that
oxalic acid is one of tlie most vllttleM*.
poisons and that you cannot put salt
into a hot tire with out Inn ting and destroying ihe firobiieks and surrounding
iron work. Tuis great invention is fully three weeks late. It was due on the
Iii st of the month.
Talking about launches did you hear
what luppen-d to one of our Now Denver friends tlie other day. He*got out
his launch with just enough ga��oline to
take him tu iho wlituf to refill. To save
time the gifoliue filler was placed in the
llu^ pole socket in readiness. On arriving ut lhe wharf his enthusiastic as-iis1-
ant took the gasoline and poured the
whole can full into the bottom of the
boat through the socket. Tho explosion
which followed was not {caused by the
ga'oline. Wc a>o glad to/Jsay It'.oy are
both frien '3 ngi'ii.
Af-s. Gen. Manager Bury, accompanied
by Gen. Sup, Btts'eed Jand Sup. Laurence touched Sai.dou last Saturday on
tlieir tour of inspection over the C.P.R.
They made it perfectly clear that (his
bran, h lino wus to be mil on perfectly
economical lines with no unnecessary
hill climbing. Thice Forks h��s consequently been converted into a flag station and Mr. Walmtley goes in a day or
two to Nakusp to as,i-t the agent at the
latter point.
maiuiep IRotes.
O. A. Maybe and li. II. Smith spent
last Wttdtli Bilay iu Arrowhead attending
ihe opening of the new  masonic lodge.
Cipt. For-land was down on Friday
witli his new gasoline launch lhe Alfreds.
She is a lioauty, Si1., feet long mith a
7}j h.p. engine, and has a speed of over
teu miles an hour.
.1. I'm Amiable, of Neltnn, was in town
last week looking after his land interests.
D. St.   Denis was in  town on Friday.
Messrs. Barnard A Mninwfrd, of
Minneapolis, representing tlie Columbia
Cedar Co., ure in town arranging to
secure a site for a po'e yard.
L. F. McDougald is spending a week
pi Vancouver,
D. T. Btilg-r ha I his boat, the Minerva, out for a t id trip on Sunday.
F. W. Jsrdan also had the Mohawk
out f it* her trial run.
Th*) C. P. K. are putting another
freight train on at once to handle the
increased tralfi*.
Ms. J. (.'add *n and Mi-s May Bourne
of Three Fork*, a.*o visiting Mrs L. V.
Conduclor Fie'i tVinsluy, and crow,
arrived to go oil the frei'llt run.
Two more new settlers arrive! this
week. They have seJurod land through
Mr. T. Ab l-l the local agent for the
Fi oil tier Investment Co.
We hour that the C. P. II. boys aro
talking about a ball in the near future,
Wo know if 1 hey undertake it.it will
beth> event of tin) Beaten, for when
they do anything they always do it well.
Harry Soabivoke is off tho water-
wagon now, Harry Chalcraft has taken
his plic 0. Seabrooko says the water
business does not agree with him.
' Charlie Little, a former employee of
the Y.C.I.. here, passed through here
with his bride. She had just arrived in
Nelson, from England.
A magistrate court was held on Mon
day,  and three    men  were   fined   for
bivaking into S. .1. llarlowcs shack, and
another  \. as   lined  for   disturbing the
piii'-c.    We aro glad  to sec constable
Scoit looking alter these  matters, as   it
has   been   dlsgraecf.il   the   way   people
have been disturbed by  the howling of I
d ii'ik-n men.   But Mr. Scott  informs I
us that he intends to sec the bin strictly I
nforoed'Iii th i future,
Sixty   days uf er  date  I [intend   tol
apply to the Hon. Chief Coonnnisioner I
of Lands and Works at  Vie.orit,  B.C.f
for p-'iinis io ii to purchase the following I
descibed lands, situate in West Kooten-j
ay District :   Commencing at a post on I
the nortli side of runt of way of N. A S. I
K.iilway,    thenco U-J.258 chains    northl
along west b lUudary nf lot 7634, lliencel
east, a'ong   norlh   Boundary  of lot 70U4.I
20 chub s,   thence    north" 'M   chain",I
thence west 20 chains more or hss to S.E. I
corner of lot 7547,   thenco  along south!
boundary of lot 7547 10 chains more orl
less,   thence  north   20  cliains,   them
West 80.chain*1, thenco north 20 chain..
thenco  West 30 clnins more or less tol
Eist   si 0 of  light oi   way  of N. & S.f
Railway, thonce along Fiast boundary oil
N. & S' KnilwttV right of way to a pointl
40 chains south,    tht we     west  28.041
chains, thence south 20 chains,  thencoj
east 10 chains,   thence south  10 chains]
thence east 26.800 chains to intersect?
with N . k S   Hallway lijlit cf  wayl
thence,   soulherly    along east   side oi
N. & S.   Hull way   right of way to pointl
of com inencDinent, and containing 4()2.7tf
t,cr- s loo e or L'PB.
Located March 2'li*d, 1907.
.Jo 27 Pe D. S-*. Denis, agentJ V
Rftvp.rl v nf 18 ����*���- barr %m
UCVCI ly Ul ���� itcutcheoh ag
(Continued From Last Week.)
The following mornlu% Count Marlanx reported at 9 o'clock with much
better grace than be had suspected
himself capable of exercising. What
she taught him of tenuis ou the royal
courts lu the presence of au amused
audience was as nothing to what he
learned of strategy as it can be practiced by a whimsical girl. Almost before he knew It she had won exemption for Baldos, that being tbe stake
for the first set of singles. To bis
credit, the count was game. He took
the wager, knowing that he in bis
Ignorance could not win from the
blithe young expert ln petticoats. Then
r.e offered to wager the brass candlestick against her bracelet She considered for a moment and then In a spirit
of enthusiasm accepted tllo proposition.
After all, she coveted the candlestick.
Half an hour later au orderly was riding to the fort with Instructions to return at once with Miss Calhoun's candlestick. It Is on record that they
were "love" sets, which goes to prove
that Beverly took no chances.
Count Marlanx, puffing and perspiring, his joints dismayed and his brain
confused, rode away at noon with
Baron Dangloss. Beverly, quite happy
ln her complete victory, enjoyed a nap
of profound sweetness and then was
ready for her walk with the princess.
They were strolling leisurely about the
beautiful grounds, safe in tbe shade of
the trees from tlie heat of the July sun,
when Baron Dangloss approached.
"Your royal highness," he began,
with his fierce smile, "may I beg a moment's audience?"
"It has to do with' Baldos, I'll take
oath," said Beverly with conviction.
"Yes, with your guard. Yesterday he
visited the fortress. He went In an official capacity, it Is true, but he waa
privileged to study the secrets of our
defense with alarming freedom. It
would not surprise me to find that this
etranger hag learned everything there
ia to know about the fort" His listeners were silent The smiles left their
faces. "I am not saying that he would
betray us"���
"No, no!" protested Beverly.
���"but he is in a position to give the
most valuable information to an enemy. An officer has just informed me
that Baldos missed not a detail In regard to the armament or the location
of vital spots iu the construction of the
"But he wouldn't be so base as to use
his knowledge to our undoing!" cried
Yetive seriously.
"We only know that he is not one of
us. It is not beyond reason that his allegiance is to another power���Dawsbergen, for instance. Count Marlanx is
not at all in sympathy with him, you
are aware.  He is convinced that Bal-
Baldos stood al the window.
dos is a man of consequence, possibly
oue of our bitterest enemies, and he
hates him. For my own part, I may
say that I like the man. 1 believe be is
to be trusted, but if he be an agent of
Volga or Gabriel, his opportunity has
come. He is iu a position to muke accurate maps of the fort uud of ull our
masked fortifications along the city
walls." Beyond u doubt tlie baron wus
"Neither am I one of you," said Beverly stoutly. "Why shouldn't I prove
to be u traitress?"
"You have uo quarrel with us, Miss
Calhoun," said Dangloss.
"If anything happens, then, I am to
be blamed for it!" she cried lu deep
distress. "I brought him to Edelweiss,
nnd I believe in him."
"For his own sake, your hlghuess,
and. Miss Culhoun, 1 suggest thut no
opportunity should be given him to
communicate with the outside world.
We cannot accuse him, of course, but
we can protect him. I come to ask
your permission to have him detailed
for duty only in places where no suspicion cau attach to any of his actions."
"You mean Inside the city walls?"
asked Yetive.
"Yes, your highness, and as far as
possible from tlie fortress."
"I think it is a wise precaution.
Don't be angry, Beverly," the princess
said gently. "It Is for bis own sake,
you see. I am acting on the presumption that he is wholly Innocent of any
desire to betray us."
"It would be easy for some one high
In position to accuse aud convict him,"
said Dangloss meaningly.
"And it would be just like some one,
too," agreed Beverly, her thoughts,
with the others', going toward none
but one man "high in power."
Later ln the duy she culled Baldos
to ber side as they were riding in the
castle avenue. She was determined to
try a little experiment of her own.
"Baldo%ivhut do you thluk of the
fortress?' she asked.
"I could overthrow It after half an
hour's bombardment your highness,"
be answered without thinking. She
started violently.
"Is It possible? Are there so many
weak points?" she went on, catching
her breath.
"There are three vital points of weakness, your hlghuess. The magazine can
be reached from the outside if one
knows the lay of the land, the parade
ground exposes the ammunition building to certain disadvantages and tbe
big guns could be silenced in an hour
If an enemy had tbe sense first to bombard from the elevation northeust of
the city."
"Good heavens!" gasped poor Beverly.   "Have you studied all this out?"
"I was once n renl soldier your highness," he said ttttt/lj. "it was tmpos-
pible for me not to see the defects lu
your fort"
"You���you haven't told any one of
this, have you?" she cried, white faced
and anxious.
"No one but your highness. You do
not employ me as a talebearer, I trust."
"I did not mean to question your
honor," sbe said. "Would you mind
going before the heads of the war department and telling tbem just what
you have told me? I mean about the
weak spots."
"If It is your command, your highness," he said quietly, but he was surprised.
"You may expect to be summoned,
then, so hold yourself in readiness.
And Baldos"���
"Yes, your highness?"
"You need say nothing to them of
our having talked the matter over beforehand���unless they pin you down to
it you know."
         CHAPTER XV.
A"���*"���" FEW hours later all was dark
and silent within the castle. On
the stone walks bel-w the
J steady tread of sentinel* rose
on the still air. In the hallways the
trusted guardsmen glided about like
specters or stood like statues. An hour
before the great edifice hud been bright
and full of animation. Now it slumbered.
It was 2 o'clock. The breath of roses
scented tho air; the gurgle of fountains
was the only music that touched the
ear. Beverly Calhoun, dismissing Aunt
Fanny, stepped from her window
out uiion the great stone balcony. A
rich oriental dressing gown, loose nnd
comfortable, wus her costume. Something told her that sleep would be a
long time coining, nnd an hour in the
warm, delightful atmosphere of the
night wits more attractive than the
close, sleepless silence of her own room.
Every window along the balcony was
dark, proving that the entire household
had retired to rest.
She was troubled. The fear had entered her head thnt the castle folk
were regretting the advent of Baldos,
that every oue wus questioning the wisdom of Ids being In the position he
X'cuplcd through her devices. Her talk
with him did much to upset her tranquillity. That he knew to much of the
fortress bore out tlie subtle suspicious
of Dungloss and perhaps others. She
wns troubled, not thnt she doubted
him, but that if anything went wrong
an nccusution against him, however
unjust, would be difficult to overcome.
And she would be to blame in a large
For many minutes sbe sat In the
dark shadow of �� great pillar, her elbows upon the cool balustrade, staring
dreamily luto the stur studded vault
above. Far away iu the air she could
see the tiny yellow lights of the monastery, lonely sentinel on the mountain
top. From the heights near that abode
of peace trad penitence au enemy
could destroy the fortress to the south.
Had not Baldos told her so? Oue big
gun would do the work if it could be
taken to that altitude. Baldos could
draw u perfect iniip of the fortress.
He could tell precisely where the shells
should full. Aud already the chief
men in Edelweiss were wondering who
he was aud to what end he might utilize his knowledge. They were wutch-
lug him; they were warning her.
For the first time since she came to
the castle she felt u sense of loneliness,
a certain uiilinpplness. She could not
shake off the feeling that she was,
after all, alone In her belief In Baldos.
Her heart told her that the tall,
straightforward fellow she had met in
the hills was as honest as the duy.
Sbe wus deceiving hlm, she realized,
but he was misleading uo oue. Off in
a distant part of the castle grouud she
could see the long square shadow that
marked the locution of the barracks
and mess room. There he was sleeping, confidently believing In her nud
her power to suve him *��rom ull hurm.
Something lu her soul cried out to him
thut she would be stanch and true and
thut he might sleep without a tremor
of nppreliensiveness.
Suddenly she smiled nervously nnd
drew back Into the shadow of the pillar. It occurred to her that he might
be looking across the moonlit park,
looking directly ut her through all that
shadowy distance. She was conscious
of u strange glow iu her cheeks uud a
quickening of the blood us Bhe pulled
the folds of her gown across her bare
"Not the moon, nor the stars, nor the
light in St. Valentine's, but the black
thlug away off there ou tlie earth,"
suld a soft voice behind her, and Beverly started as If the supernatural had
approached her. She turned to face
the princess, who stood almost ut her
"Yetive!   How did you get here?"
"That is what you are looking at
dear," went ou Yetive ns If completing
her charge.  "Why are you not in bed?"
"AwU*out I thought you wiil'e.souud
asleep long ago," murmufn'Beverly,
abominating the guilty feeling that
ciinie over her. The princess threw
her arm nbout Beverly's shoulder.
"I have been watching you for half
an hour," she said gently. "Cau't two
look at the moon and stars as well as
one? Isn't it my grim old castle? Let
us sit here together, dear, aud dream
"You dear Yetive." and Beverly drew !
her down beside her on the cushions.
"But listen.    1  want you to get something out  of  your  head.    I  was  not
looking nt anything in particular."
���Beverly, I believe you were thinking of Baldos," said the other, her fingers straying fondly across the gill's
soft hair.
"Ridiculous!'' said Beverly, conscious
for the first time that be wus seldom
out of her thoughts. The realization
came like n blow, and her eyes grew
very wide out there iu the darkness.
(To  Be Continued.)
Her    Excellent
Health   to
Exercise and Tricks of Dress That Will
Make Her Seem Taller.
The woman who wuuts to seem tall*
er must see how slender she cau be.
The thinuer she is the taller she will
look, other thiugs being equal. But
there are things she must do.
These are the tilings to be learned:
First, to bold up your head; second, to
dress in long skirts, and, third, to dress
your ueek longer und wear tlie hair as
high us, possible. You must wear your
gowus brouder ou the shoulders and
must dress wider, so to speak. Little
womeu muke a mistake If they wear
tight fitting shoulders aud loug, thin
sleeves. They ouly muke themselves
look wizened.
The following Is a good exercise to
practice: Lift the arms. Then stoop
and rest on the right knee. Rising, reverse the motion uud rest on the other
knee. Then run down tbe room, jumping from foot to foot Then come back,
still jumping and this time lifting the
feet as though you were skipping. The
final movement is to toss the arms upward and bend backward.
There Is a reason for all things, and
tbe reason why these exercises make
the little woman taller is that they
make her supple. She grows much
more limber, and if you are limber you
will seem to be taller than you really
are. The little lithe woman who can
skip about If necessary Is much taller
ln appeavance thau tbe little stiff wo-
wan who cannot jump about to save
her life and must walk as though she
were in a vise.
Dainty Method of Imparting a Faint
Scent to the Hair.
For the woman who enjoys delicate
scents the_ most bewitching cap has
beeu invented. It Is made of either
pink or blue taffeta and lined with soft
white silk. It is gathered up like the
caps of our great-grandmothers, leav-
iug a /harming little ruffle at the edge,
from which a curl or two may legitimately escupe.
The cap is softly wadded and perfumed. One night's sleep iu the pretty
nffulr leaves your hair delightfully
scented for days, or it may be worn
tor a short time in the tftornoou before going out for a duuee in the evening, and the hair will be sufficiently
The heir has the quality of retaining
any odor, pleasant or unpleasant, for a
very long time. That is why the housekeeper is urged so strongly to cover
her locks with tbe rubber cap when
frying buckwheat cakes.
Liquid perfume should always be
used iu au atomizer. It will then be
scattered iu the minutest quantities
und will reach those near you in what
poets are pleased to call "faint, indefinable waftings." If you place your
handkerchief at the top of the bottle
nnd swash the contents agaiust the
fabric, you will waft anything but an
"Indefinable" perfume. Atomizers are
to be had lu nil sorts of charming designs, both expensive aud inexpensive.
-Chicago News.
Goose oil persistently applied for a
few weeks will loosen stiff joints.
Celery tops ami roots steeped In hot
water makes un excellent tea to be
taken by nervous persous.
Olive oil mixed wltb quinine and rubbed on the buck uud chest prevents
cold settling on the lungs.
The moment pimples uud cold sores
appear ou the face take a dose of
citrate of magnesia, which will cool
the blood and put the system In better
As soon as a cold sore appears wet
the spot with camphor and cover with,
powdered subnltrate of bismuth. Camphor by itself will also lesseu the inflammation.
Certain kinds of tootltnehe can be relieved by pnintiug the gums with a solution of one-half iodlue and one-half
glycerin. If there is a cavity in tho
tooth, saturate a small piece of absorbent cotton in oil of cloves, tincture
of myrrh or laudanum and place it in
the cavity.
Shirt Waist Boxes.
Very frequently shirt waist boxes
may be bought ut reduced prices in the
shops, owing perlinps to the coverings,
which do not always suit the taste of
tbe purchaser or harmonize in tone
with tbe furnishings of the room for
which they nre desired. These boxes
nre very useful not only for shirt
waists, but for children's short clothes
and shoes, and nro often used for patch
boxes. They cau be easily reupliolsler-
ed and made more fanciful with little
trouble. One seen recently bad u box
plaited flounce or valance arouud the
box of a dainty patterned cretonne,
and the lid was covered smoothly with
the same. The Inner lining w,ns of
self colored chintz corresponding with
the dominant shade In the cretonne.
Sometimes rollers or casters nre used
to give more height to the box when
it Is to be used as a seat. In this
capacity It is well to stuff the lid with
hair or cotton, and the edges may be
finished with a narrow furniture gimp.
John Harris wns tlie first settler of
Harrisburg.    rts name was afterward
changed  to Loulsburg,  theu back to
Harrisburg.       M      .
"Talesman" In English Law.
A   talesman,   according   to   Engli-h
law, is a juror summoned to fill a gap,
and  formerly,  at any  rate,  this  was
. often done by taking any suitable per-
' sou who wns present iu court- "Tules
de circumstantibus" ("such of tbe by-
j standers") were the first words of the|
order   directing   this   process.     Good1
! Piclrwickians-may remember that, as
only ten special jurymen were present
on a memorable occasion, Mr. Serjenut
Blizfuz "prayed u tules," whereupon
two of the common jurymen, one of
whom was the unfortunnte chemist
were pressed Into the service.���London
The Very Worst.
Douglas Jerrold was seriously disappointed with a certain book written
by one of his friends. This friend
heard that Jerrold had expressed his
disappointment and questioned him. "I
hear you suld   was tbe worst book
I ever wrote."
"No. I didn't," came the answer. "I
suld It wus tbe worst book anybody
ever wrote."
The Old Tired- Listless Feelings* the Sleeplessness,  and  Nervousness  Were
Driven Away by
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
Simmons,  Ilia  K
Mo., membei
MRS.   W.   H
Mrs.   \V.   H.   ...
St., Kansas t'lty	
National  Annuity association, writes:
My health wus excellent until about
year   ago,   when   I   had   a   complete
from  overdolnu  socially,   not
f  the
collapse from overdoing socially, not
getting the proper rest, and too many
late suppers. My stomach wus In n
dreadful condition, and my nerves all
"I was advised by a friend to try
Peruna, and eventually I bought u
bottle. I took it and then another,
and  kept  using It  for three months.
"At the end of that time my health
was restored, my nerves no longer
troubled me, and I felt myself once
more and able to assume my sneial
position. I certainly feel that Peruna
is  deserving  of  uraise."
I'limiiuii. i n-jiiiini, !'���������! iii.ii . ��, jna
is  deserving  of  praise,
There   are   many   reasons   why   society   women   break   down,   why   t'hclr
nervous  systems  fail,  why  they  have
pelvic    catarrh,    indeed,
liable to these all
���stemk*    or
'hey are especially 	
ments. No wonder they require tin
protection of Peruna. It is their shielc
ind safeguard.
One of tlie old-time Governors of the
Carolina" was a man who iiad lived n
farmer's life until he was eleeted, and
his wife, having never seen a steamboat or a railroad, and having
no wish to teat either one, refused to
accompany her husband to the eiijpitiil
When the Governor reached ins des
tination lie found that almost all the
other offfcials wer-3 accompanied by
their wives, and he sent an imperative
tnessaxe. to his broth-r to "fetch Me
linda alon<{." The brother telegraphed :
"She's afraid even to look at tlie engine." The Governor read tlie nussagi-
and pondered over it for a few mo
meats. At the end of that time he
sent off the following ooirMnand: "Bill,
yor blindfold Melinda and back hci
.into   the   train."���Buffalo  Commercial.
Mr. Wm. Wilson, of Craigie Villa,
London (Out.), the inventor of the
Wilson Fruit Case, now adopted by
the Canadian Government, tells an
interesting expeiienee which shows
the I ealing and antiseptic value ol
Zim-Uuk, the herbal balm. He says:
", had two poisoned wounds on m>
le,', which were, very sore and ini'ia'.
ed. They caused me much pain and
suffering, and although 1 tried several
salves they refused to heal. Zam-Buk
was recommended, and I applied some.
I. act.id splendidly and in a very siioil
ti ne   healed  the  wounds.
"At another time I'sustained a nasty
cut. Zam-Buk took away the soieius*
almost instantly and soon closed am,
healed the wound. 1' have also used
Zam-Buk for other injuries, and 1 have
no hesitation in expressing my high
o jini in of its value. It is, without
doubt,   a   splendid   household   balm!'
Zam-Buk cures blood poison, cut-
bruises, old wounds, running sores,
ulcers, boils, spring eruptions, soalp
safes, eczema, itch, barber's rash,
burns, scalds and all skin injuries and
dlseasi s. All druggists and stores
sdl at fifty cents a hox, or fiom /am
B.ik Co., Toronto, for price. Remember,  it  is  purely  lieiball
ine Man With tha Wooden Hat
A youug Scotsman was shown into
the ollice of a great engineer at Birmingham. He was wearing a hat of
extraordinary shape, nud at his nervousness at meeting the man of fame he
let the liut slip. It fell wltb a hollow
thud upou the lloor. The engineer looked with astonishment ut the thing. The
owner picked it up nnd apologized for
the noise it had caused. It was of
wood, he explained. He had made It
himself, turning it with his father's
luthe. The engineer thought that tbere
must be something lo a man who could
think out and make such a thing as
'.his He forthwith engaged him, kept
in eye upon him and gave him work
���f responsibility. The engineer was
Boulton; tlie new man, William Mur-
dock. Tbe man with the woodeu hat
was sent away to Cornwall, and when
he relumed it was to light up his master's premises with gas. The mind
ivhich first practically applied tbe coal
go. to tlie purpose of lighting lived in
ddo that wooden hat.���St. Jumes' Ga
Good Manners.
A Mend of yours uud mine has very
lustly itefined good breeding to be "the
result of much good sense, some good
nature aud a little self denial for tbe
���uike of others, and with n view to ob
tuin tho same Indulgence from them."
Taking this for granted���as I think It
cannot be disputed���It Is astonishing tn
me that anybody who has good sens,
and good nature can essentially fai1
111 gootl breeding. As to the modes ol
It, Indeed, they vary according to per
sons, places and clrcitmHtiiucos nnd an
only to be acquired by observation am
experience, but the Kllbstllliee of it I
everywhere and eternally the same
Good manners are to pf.i'tlcului* socle
ties what good morals are to society 11
general���their cement and Seenrlt*
And as laws are enacted to eufore
goou morals or at leust to prevent th
III effects of bad ones, so there are cei
tuiu rules of civility, universally lu
piled and received, to euforce goo
manners and punish bad oues.���Che.*-
Whero It Snows In Summer.
Snow, It appears, only falls in the
antarctic In summer and on those rare
occasions at other seasons wheu the
wind blows almost due south, and,
strange lo say, these south winds are
warm winds, raising the temperature
to CO or 60 degrees [���", They seem akin
to the snow melting Koebu winds of
the Alps.
"Before I gut Baby's own Tablets
���ny baby was troubled with colic and
vomiting ami cried nlgtlit and day,
and I was almost worn out. But after
giving iliim the Tablets for a few duys
bhe trouble disappeared and you
would not know it was the same child,
In- Is so healthy and good-natured
now." This Is the grateful testimonial
uf Mrs. George Howell, Sandy Beach,
Que., and it tells other mothers who
are worn out earing for cross sickly
children, how they can bring health to
the Pttle one and ease to themselves.
Baby's Own Tablets promptly cure
the minor ailments of little ones, nnd
there arc no cross sickly children In
the homes where the Tablets are used.
Sold by all medicine dealers, or try
mall at 2ii rents a bov from The Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville
The oxperisnoe described in this letter c irrespon Is to that of thousands oi
women who have not yet learnt of lhe
marvelous restorative and invigorating
power  of  Dr.  Chase's  Nerve .Food.
Mrs. Hemy Claike, Port Hope, Out.,
states: "I have used several boxes ol
Dr. I'hiise's Nerve Pood for nervous-
I13SS and a completely run-down sys
teni and can heartily recommend ii
as a wonderfully tffective treatment.
B fore usin; Ibis remedy 1 had been
id very poor health for some months
1 seeuie 1 to have no eneigy or ambi
ti ui, felt tired and listless most of the
ti ue and CO J Id scarcely drag myself
nl) "it the house, i was weak, irritable
an 1 nervous, could not sleep well and
fell, discouraged about my health. Dr.
Ohiso's N.rve Food has' taken awa.v
theie symptoms and given back mj
usual health and vigo:*, consequently 1
endo se  ii,  fully."
Weakness, lightheadedness, dizziness
at rising is one of tlie iin-tain indica
tions  of   thin  blood   and   au   exhausted
condition  of the  body.
The action of the heart is weak, digestion is impaiied, and all tbe vital
Oi'gens perform their functions ini-
P-'ifeetl/, givirfj rise to headaches,
feelings of fatigue  and depression.
Because it goes diieetly to the for
uiatiou of ue.v, rich blood, every dose
o: Dr. Chase's Nerve I*'ood is bound lo
prove of some benefit undi r sueh eon
Naturally and gradually the exhaust
el system ia testoreel ,.ntil every or*
g.iu is given back its accustomed
Strength and vigor. The weight is in-
eie seel, the form is loundeil eiut, aud
heal!?i and vitality drive out weakness,
pun  and  (U'Oase.
I Dr. Chns.'s Nerve Pood, the greaif
blood-builder and restorative, 50 cents
a bot, 6 boxes lor ijU.t>0, ut all dean.s
p E Idealism, Hates it Co., Toronto.
Th* portrait ami signature of Dr. A.
VV. Chase, the famous rtoeipi book
author,   a.e  oil   evi-iy   box.
"1 say, Uncle .lack, I dreamed you
gave  me half a  crown   last, night."
"Did you, my hoy? Well, you can
keep  it."���Taller.
Ill fitting 1 oi.ts and shoes cause
corns. Holloway's Coin Cure is tlie
artlo'a tn use. Get a bottle at onoe
and cure your corns.
J He���Can you explain to me the difference between "snail" anil "will".'
For example, if I say, "Will yon in*'  *
I met"' should you reply, "1 shall" or
1 W.1U r
I    S'le     (coldly)���I     should     ieply,     "1
' won't."���Judy.
Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.
Numa     l'ompilio      Liona,     Eeuaelor's       It  is  reported  that the largest  battle-
.poet  laureate,  died  recently at the  age   ship in tlie world is to he built in Eng-
,,f 75. * lau I  for  the  Japanese government.
Scratched Furniture.
Where there nre fine plu-Uke scratches on new furniture they may be easily
remedied by using pulverized rotteu
stone that can be bought ready for use.
This put on a soft flannel rag nnd rubbed luto the surface of tlie seat, back
or arms of a chair or ou to the top of
a table will not only take off the defects, but bring a polish to the wood.
To remove the rotten stone with a
damp piece of chamois carefully wipe
the wood, and wheu all trace of this is
gone a bright luster can be brought to
the surface of the wood by rubbing it
lightly with a soft piece of cheesecloth moistened with alcohol. The latter must be used sparingly on furniture, for It burns tbe varnish and will
ruin the appearance of the rocker or
table if enough Is put on to scorch the
Balancing Expenses.
Young housekeepers so often utter
the pluint, "I cau buy the ordinary
food for three* inenls a day on my table allowance, but there are so many
*xtras." A woman of many years' experience, accustomed to working domestic miracles with an Infinitesimal
Income, once said: "I would never have
kept out of the poorhonse tf I had not
had a system. I make a list of the
sundries without which no house Is
complete���soap, starch, flour, salt, etc.
���aud keep It under my eye. Each
week I npportlon ao much money for
my sundries and buy something. Thus
I never find myself fuce to face with
an empty salt box or vinegar jug at a
time when there Is no money to fill
the lack." 	
An Act of Heroism.
On ono occasion General Lee, friille
making an observation, stepped to a
somewhat exposed position to secure
a better view and thus stood for a
moment at personal risk when General
Grade, who was in the party, quietly
stepped before General Lee without
obscuring his view and remained thus
covering the body of his superior until
the fleldglass was lowered and the
danger over���a simple, quiet act, but
showing cool bravery and a self sacrificing spirit
The Limit
It was just a plain lying contest, but
tbe prize was to go to tbe man who
told his He most briefly and casually.
"I came In on a suburban tram this
morning," said tine prize winner, "and
as I hastily flung up a car window"
For Strains
���of Back ���of Shoulder
���of Stifle ���of Hough
���of Whirlebone ���of Knee
���of Fetlock ���of Coffin Joint
���of Pastern
Two or three teaspoon-
fuls in a little Rum or Brandy,
cures Sprains, Bruises and
Lameness in 24 hours���takes
out nil the soreness���and puts
horses "on their feet again,"
50c. a bottle.    If your drug,
gist does not have It, send to
Natlenil Drag <**. Chemical Co.
Linited, M-atresL    17
Cattle wltb horns are dange-rons
end a constant menace to parsons
���nd other cattle. Dehorn them
cjulcklr and with alight pain wltha
*ll over InS minutes.   Not a harsh
��� method. Lea-res a clear, clean cut.
Cows si" mora milk i steers rn.ko
bettor beef. Bond for free booklet.
I. Lucira.. "IrtH. Oittrlii, Cu.
lilt-lK* .   -X
Good Reasons
Corrugated  Iron
Is Preferred
by Those Who Know
We use only best Apollo or
English sheets.
The corrugations are pressed
one at a time���not rolled���fitting
perfectly, both at ends and sides
without waste.
No scale, pin holes or other
defects are ever found In our
The galvanized sheets aro
coated on both sides with all tha
galvanizing material that can adhere to them.
The painted sheets are coated
on both sides with best quality
We furnish any size or gauge
req uired ��� either curved or
If you desire durable quality
and certain economical satisfaction, send us your specifications
or write for further information.
The Horseman's Friend
���Sale and Sure.
If you hove a lame horse, get Kendall's Spavin (hire.   If you
have a horse that you can't work on account of a Sprain, Strain or
Bruise, get Kendall's Spavin Cure.   If you have a horse, that even the
veterinary can't cure of Spavin���or any Soft Bunches or Swellings���get
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Be sura you get KENDALL'S.    Two generations���throughout Canada and the
United States���have used it and proved it.
travkle-s' Rest, P.E.I., Dec. 1.1, '05.
" I have been using Kendall's Spavin Cure for the last 20 years,
and always find It safe and sure." HUBERT P. McNSILL.
tl. a bottle���8 for $5. Write for a copy
of our great book "Treatise On The
Horse." It's a mine of information for
furmersatul horsemen, who waut to keep
their stock in prime condition.
Mailed free. 25
CNoaaURo FALLS,    ���    V.hmont, U.S.A.
Miserable AU The Time?
Dull headaches���back aches���low spirited���hate
the sight of food���don't sleep well���all tired out iu
the morning���uo heart for work ?
'will make you well
Your kidneys are affected���either through overwork, exposure or disease. It is the Kidneys that
are making you feel so wretched. Gin Pills cure sick
kidneys���make you well and strong���give you all
your old time energy and vitality. Cheer up���and
take Gin Pills, joe. a box���6 for $2.50. Sent on
receipt of price if your dealer does not handle them.
���OLE DRUG CO.     -     WINNIPEG, MAN.     Oft
W.    N.    U.    No.   633
Contains more miiscle-
makiiig, brain-building
material than corn or
oats, and is more easily
eligeested, being made ell-
gistililc by steam cooking, shredding and baking.
Always  pure.    BISCUIT  for BreakfaBt;  TRISCUIT for Luncheun.
All   Grocers���13c  a carton,  or 2 for 25c, n<
T i TCL&
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 is little.
Your dealer sells it.
Try it thia week.   201
I Celluloid
St^ircK' M
Samuel Rupp, of York, bought foi
13 Cents al un administrator's sale 111
that city lust week an American flag
whie-li iu probably a oentury old, The
Original flag had thirteen stare ane,
tun sums number of stripes, vvita uu
admission nf Vermonl m 17m an,.
Ke.iluctvy iii 1792 iuto the union o)
stales, the Btai'S and stripes we.e in-
prea e 1 to fifteen eaoh. In 1796 tin
galaxy ni slates was Increased to su
teen by the admission ot Tennessee.
It. wits after the sun- rupreseuting tiu
last, slate had lie; n aeldetl that thu Haa
which Mr, liupp lues e-niin- Into posses
siu.i of wan inaile. tefotwithstaudiufl
its a_?e-, the ting is well prc-soivcd.-
Philadelphia Heoordi
I Mrs. Bio-.vn awoke her liuslmiiil in
lliu de-mi eii' night witli Hie* startling in
formation that she had just heard a
burglar in the room lielow. "Dow."
she exclaimed, excitedly, "he's lighting one of tii.ise cigars i gave you fen
yu.ir birth ia./. 1 heard him pick up
the box and  put it down again."
Then John sat up and listened. "By
.love, iiiary, you're right I" he answereu.
"He is I He's actually smoking one ol
those*���er���er���those  cigars'"
Then he nestled once more comfort
ab.y beneath the blankets, "tio to
sleep again, Mai-y," he saiel compla
cently. "We'll find the floor wretch ir
tlie  morning."���Argonaut.
These Tireless Workers Have Altered
America's  Landscape.
Because Its operations are chiefly
nocturnal, so that It is seldom or never
seen, aud because of its skill in controlling water and in house building,
something of mystery has grown up
about the beaver. It Is said that it
fells trees for the purpose of building
its dams and can lay a tree where it
wishes to with the accuracy of the most
skilled axinan. It Is said also that it
uses its tall as a trowel, plastering the
mud on its houses and dams with this
appendage as a mason spreads his
Myths like these will probably have
a long life. The latter belief is no
doubt encouraged by the beaver's frequent habit of slapping the water or
earth with Its tail as an alarm signal
whenever It is startled. There are
many unexplained things about the
beaver's life.
Long before the white man came to
America the beaver was hard at work
building his dams all over the country
and in narrow and sometimes ln wide
stream valleys, arresting the water
and so collecting in its ponds the detritus swept down from the hills and
from the upper reaches of the stream.
As this sediment gradually filled up
the shallow ponds the beaver moved
to other places, and when In time the
dam broke down nnd the waters drained off a wide level meadow was left���
the bottom of the old pond.
All over the continent tn suitable localities, from Mexico north to the tree
limit and from the Atlantic to the Pacific, this was going on century after
century, and In this way no doubt were
made vast areas of level meadow,
whose origin is now unsuspected by
the people who occupy them.���Forest
and Stream.
The Mark
That Tells
Trade nmlced thus in a
-iriety of styles, fabrics and
prices for women, men and
children. Form Filled.
Denier* are autlrorized to
replace instantly and at our
cost, any Pen-Angle e��r-
menl faulty in material
or   making. HOD
Pen-Angle trade*
mark (in red) on
every Pen-Angle
garment, tells you
it will lit and won't
shrink,��� your
own dealer so
guarantees it.
Underwear thus
trademarked ia
softer, warmer,
more flexible,
better  wearing.
Prevent Disorder���At the first synip
toms of internal disorder, Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills should be resorted te
immediately. Two oil* three of these
salutary pellets, taken before going tc
b-d, followeel by doses of one or two
pills for two or three nights in succession^ will serve as a preventive of at
���4 tacks of dyspepsia and all the discomforts which followed iu the train of that
fell disorder. The means are sim'plt
when   the  way   is  known.
Ita*)* of Ohio, City ot Tol-de, -   ���
Lucas County,
Fmnlt J. Cheney rnnkea oath thnt ha
I* senior partner of lhe firm of F. J.
Cheney A Co., doing business In tho city
���f Toledo, County and Slate afore*alc��L
and that said firm will pay the Hum of
���very case of Catarrh that cannot be
lured by ths use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
���Sworn to before me and aub&crtbed la
my prepc-nce this Ith day of December,
A. D   ism. A., w. QLKASON,
(Boal.) Notary  Publlo.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Iniernnily
and acta directly on the blood and muo-
>ua Hurfno*- of the system. Si'nd fof
testimonials free.
F. J  CHENEY   A  CO.,   Tote-do.   O.
Bold  by all   Drugglnts. "".-
���Take Hall's Family Pill- for constipation
A young man who had Inherited a
large fortune from a rich but very eicc
no.nicaJ relative decided to live on a
scule commensurate with his greatly
increased income, and was making ai��
rangements to build a fine mansion,
buy an automobile and invest in othei
expensive luxuries, when art elderly
friend who had always been one of hit
advisers undertook to remonstrate with
hi ip' .
"What's this I hear abeiut yeiui
squandering the money your uncle lefi
you,   Harry?"   said  the  elderly  friend
"I ;*iin not going to squander it," he
answered, "but ("rfl going to get some
good out of it."
"It's enough to make him turn ovei
in his grave. Didn't your uncle prove
in his own case that a man could liv-
on a personal expenditure of less linen
1(11,000 a year?"
"Well, he proved it so thoroughly
that I accent it as demonstrate ei
What ia tin* use of my continuing Hit
Some   of   the   Seeming   Contraditions
That Science Encounters.
The mau of science, like the man of
law, has brought before him many an
anomaly; but, unlike the judge or the
advocate, he knows that the contradictions ho studies are only such in seeming. He feels confident that nature at
the core is ln agreement with herself.
Any day, he believes, these apparent
contradictions may be resolved Into
cases of detected law, not simple
enough to disclose Itself to aught but
the most rigorous analysis.
In the realm of heat it seems that
certain rules of radiation, conduction,
boiling points aud the like are general,
not universal. In most cases they act
as if aloue; tn a few cases their effect
Is masked by causes as yet not understood. Lot a few cases as perplexing
as that of the alloys under refrigeration be briefly recounted.
Common solder has a lower melting
point than any of its ingredients. Sulphur fuses at 120 C. and thickens again
at 220 C. Wheu steel is heated and
dipped into'cold water it is hardened;
the same treatment softens copper.
While almost every substance expands
with heat, rubber shrinks. In most
cases electrical conductivity is impaired by increase of temperature, yet a
carbon pencil rises to an almost threefold augmentation of conductivity
when brought to Incandescence In an
electric lamp.
We may be well assured that when
these anomalies are resolved the explanations will bear in their train other difficulties for research yet more
subtle. Science never does worthier
work than where, as here, she points
to her own unfinished walls and bids
the student as a privilege and a duty
to supply their gaps as best he may.���
George lies.
Aicor ling to the Saturday Evening
Post, there lived In Detroit a man win
was the original Pro Bono Publico
He w:es the ohaatfpion letter-writer te
t.ie newspapers and to the heads of al
public enterprises. One of his tadi
was to wriee every day to President
Leilyard, of the Michigan Central rail
roaj, anJ tell Ledyard wherein he wa
tailing iii his conduct of the road.
Tnei-o was a letter for Ledyard ever.
morning. They annoyed him, anil hi
sent for his general counsel one day
and said: "Kusscll, I'm getting tire,',
of th?se letters. 1 will give you kJo.OOl
mo.-e a year if you will find that mai
and stop him  for twelve months."
Three thousand dollars more a yea.
appealed to Russell and he went out li
find the letter-writer. He found bin
ant     male     a     business    proposition
"NoW, see here," he said, "1 warn
yoj to stop writing letters to Mr. Leel
y.ir-,1. If you wlill quit for a year i
will give you  $1,500." |
The letter-writer consenteel glaelly
Things went along swimmingly to.
eleven months. Ledyard was happy
and KtiBsell was happy. Then then
was a wreck on the road. The lettei
writer could not resist tlie oppiiitunity.
and he wrote to Ledyard and told bin
twhat he thought about the road ami
its  president  and  its  management.
Ledyard sent the letter to Russet
with this endorsement: "Here is
where you  lose  $3,000."    And it  was.
Itch, Minge,  Prairie Scratches anrt
every form of contagious Itch on hum
an or animals cured in 30 minutes H
Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.
"Well, Eiinily, did you have a good
time  at the  niasked  ball?"
"Oh I I had a splendid time. I
nude my husband dtess up as a knight
in heavy armor, and he1 wasn't, able te
budge from one- spot all night.���(Has
go-.v Times.
It Is the Farmer's Friend, ��� Thf
farmer will find D.T. Thomas' Eclechie
Oil a potent remedy for wounds oi
pains in tlie body or for affections ol
tlie respiratory organs and for house
hold use generally. He will also find
it, a convenient friend in treating in
jure-el horses, cattle, ele-., oa- relieving
them when uttusckeel by colds', coughi-
or any kindred ailments to which they
are subject,
Rambling Waggles���I was robbed
last, night, and 1 reckon mat about
fifty-three articles were stolen from
me.    Everything  I hud n the world."
Policeman ���Fifty-three  articles?
Rambling Wagglc^-Yes: a paeik of
carels  and  a  corkscrew.
Senator  Pontrose denied  that   he'  en
gineered  the  "five million  dollar con
spiraoy" to defeat the poltoies of Pre
siileut   Roosevelt.
Free from
Since May, 1906, Ayer's Sar-
saparilla has been entirely free
from alcohol. If ycu are in
poor health, weak, pale, nervous, ask your doctor about taking this non-alcoholic tonic end
alterative. If he has a better
medicine, take his. Get the best
always.   This is our advice.
We publiiU our formula*
We banish alcohol
from our modlolnaa
Wo urea jou to
consult your
A sluggish liver means a coated tongue,
a baa breath, and constipated bowels.
The question is, "What is the best thing
to do under such circumstances ? " Ask
your doctor if this is not a good answer:
"Take laxative doses of Ayer's Pills."
��� b j the J. C. A jar Co., Lowell, M..s.	
"Old Moore."
"Old Moore," under whose name almanacs and prophecies have been
appearing regularly for generations,
was not a charlatan. His name was
Henry Andrews. He was a bookseller
of London, and, according to an old
year book, "his prophecies were ns
much laughed at by himself as by the
Worshipful Company of Stationers, for
whom he manufactured them, in order
to render Moore's almanac salable
among tlie Ignorant, in whose eyes a
lucky hit covered a multitude of blunders." Andrews "had a very extraordinary genius for astronomy and was
greatly esteemed for his integrity and
modesty by every scientific man who
was personally acquainted with hlm."*
As Others See Us.
"And do the Americans shine In
their conversation?" asks the Interviewer of the foreigner who has returned to his native land.
"Let me tell you," replies the foreigner. "In mixed company the ladles
assemble on one side of the room, and
all talk at once about cooks and dresses, and the men assemble at the other
side of the room and talk about automobiles and money."
His Quest
An Irishman whose wife was fond
of moving from one house to another
was met by a friend the other morning while walking behind a van load
of household goods and saluted with:
'Tlello, Mick! Shifting again? Where
might you be going this time?" "I
don't know, begorra," said Mick. "I'm
following the furniture to find ont"
No Chance.
"Opportunity," remarked the boarder who Is always quoting maxima,
"knocks once at every man's door."
"It'll never knock at any door of
mine," said the seedy boarder. "1
sleep ln an attic."
Dr.   Williams'  Pink   Pills   Make    Rich,
Red,   Health-giving   Blood
Cold win tor Months, enforcing close
confinement in over-heated, badly ventilated rooms���in the home, in *be shot'
and in the school���sap tlie vitality oi
even the strongest- The blood becomes clogged with Impurities, the
liver sluggish, the kidneys weakened,
sleep is not restful���you awake Just
as tired as When you went to heel;
you are low spirited, perhaps have-
headache and blotchy skin���that Is the
condition of thousands of people every
spring. It comes to all unless the
blood Is enriched by a good tonle'���by
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These* pills
not only banish this feeling, but they
guard against the more serious ailments that usually follow���rheumatism, nervous debility, anaemia, indigestion and kidney trouble. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are an Ideal spring
medicine. Every dose makes new,
rich, reel blood. Every drop of new
blood helps -to strengthen the overworked nerves; overcomes weakness
and drives the germs of disease from
the body. A thorough treatment gives
you vim and energy to resist the torrid
he*at of the coming summer. Mrs.
Jas. McDonald, Sugar Camp, Ont.,
says: "I was badly run down, felt
very weak and had no appetite. I
could scarcely drag myself about and
felt that my condition was growing
worse. I decided to try Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills and before I had used a
dozen boxes I was as strong as ever.
My appetite returned and I am now
able to do my housework without feeling worn-out. I think Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills the best tonic there is."
It is a mistake to take purgatives ln
spring. Nature calls for a medicine to
build up the wasted force���purgatives
only weaken. It Is a.,medicine to act
on the blood, which Is necessary. Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills are a blood medicine���they make pure, rich, red blood,
and strengthen every organ of the
body. See that the full name "Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People,"
Is printed on the wrapper around each
box. All other so-called pink pills are
fraudulent Imitations. Sold by medicine dealers or by mall at 50 cents a
box or six boxes for $2.HO, from The
Or. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville.
Reproduced above, is a portrait of the late
Mr. C. B. Record, the founder and original
fcsad of the Record Foundry & Machine
Co., of Moncton, N.B., and Montreal,
Previous to Mr. Record going into the
manufacture of stoves, those used in
Canada were almost wholly of American
manufacture. The character of the work
turned out by the Record Foundry &
Machine Co., at once gave their stoves a
standing, and as a result a very large
business soon grew up, largely owing to
Mr. Record's untiring industry and perseverance against many obstacles.
Ah hough Mr. Record retired from active
business as far back as 1879, the solid
basis on which he had established the industry, has resulted in its growth from a
sturdy pioneer Into one of the largest stove
manufacturing plants on the northern half
of tile American continent. With two
large plants, one in Moncton and one in
Montreal, the Record Foundry & Machin.*
Co. are known from Halifax to Vancouver,
Jmd their "Calorific" and "Admiral"
urnaces nnd " Penn Esther" ranges
recognized as the standard of Canadian
Negotiations are proceeeling between
the British meat men interested in the
Argentine trade, with a view of effecting an agreement to restrict supply
and keep up prices.
Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria
When you are so buried in tlie elf
tail of your business that you oannot
get a clear, sharp vieiw of you.- aiiairs
in all tlieir relations, you are in dan
g.T of failure. :
No great general ever takes a gun
an I goes with his soldiers into the
tin k of the fight, Where he would hi
s > stunned by the noises, and se,
blinele 1 by the smoke of battle, that
be could not witch the movements of
ths enemy, e-ould not see where hia
own troops needed reinforcements, or
ho.v to hurl his force* on the weakest
place in tlie enemy's ranks. He must
go where he can watcli every movement erf tne armies.
If you are going to be a general in
business, you must keep where you
cm get a clear view of your affairs
an 1 know what is going on every
where. While you are buried in ele-
tail, your business may be in a dan
gcrons position, from which you could
extricate it. if you knew the exact ��� itu
Many a man fails in frying to be a
geiier.il and a private at tlie same
time��� O. S. Matden in "Success Magazine."
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is ai,
organization of men in the Anglican
co uinuiiion, tlie sole purpose of which
is, in the words oi1 the constitution,
"the spread of Christ's kingdom
among men, especially young men.'
The simplicity of tho object and the
simplicity of the rules have always
been the strengtn of *.he order. The
t.vo rules of the Brotherhood are, firstly, of Prayer, namely, "To pray elaily
for the spread of Christ's kingdom
among men, especially young men, and
for God's blessing upon the labors oi
the Brotherhood'.; secondly, of Ser
vice, namely, "To make at least one
earnest effort each week to lead some
man nearer to Christ through His
The Brotherhood i(vas formed in
recognition of the fact that overy
Christian man is pledged to devote his
life) to the extension of the kingdom
of Christ on earth. It is oompo3e.il eil
arm who are understood to have at-
.mo vle.lged tin's responsibility as rest
iii{ on themselves, and who are ready
to strive, like St. Andrew, to bring
their brother to the knowledge ol
Jesus Christ. This is the fundamental
principle upon which the Brotherhood
has   been   established   and   developed.
The gro.vth of the Brotherhood has
been phenomenal. Prom a smull be
ginning in St. James church, Chicago,
some twenty years ago, it has increased
to nearly every land in which Die
Anglican communion is represented.
Canada, the United States, the Wesl
Indies, England, Scotland, Ireland and
Japan anel other places have strong
centres of Brotherhood activities, tin
Unileel States branch alone comprising
15,000 members, and employing five
t.-avelling secretaries.
T'ie Brotherhood in Canada has at
the present time two travelling secre
taries in the field, one for tlie west
and the other working in the cast,
Siu-ie the appoint.nent of these men
the Brotherhood has grown fiom 116
chapters in 1G02, with a membership ol
880, to a present, 326 ohapters with a
membership c* 3,000. The object is
not so much to increase its member
ship as it is to surrounel each ot tin
olerg/ with a band of ten or twenty
men pleelgeel to prayer and service foi
the extension of Christ's kingdom,
A Dominion convention of the or
ganization is to be hold in Winnipeg.
May 23, 24, 25 and 26, 1907. Delegates
will be* in attendance from tell points
from Halifax to Vancouver, as we'll entile United States, and many notable
speakers will attend and deliver tlie
addresses. A strong programme ha.*
been prepared, and convention literature may be obtained upon applica
tion to the secretary the Dominion
convention Brotherhood of St. Andrew,
care Synod Offices, Winnipeg. Dele
gates from parishes'where no Brother
hood chapter exists will be especially-
welcome. Full particulars may be ob
taineil  upon  application.
This is the first time that the Do
minion convention has been held in
the west, and it, should prove.a great
impetus to tlie Brotherhood and
chur :h work generally in this part ol
Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in
The six hundredth anniversary of
the invention of tlie fork is soon to be
celebrated in Paris, and sundry other
parts of the world will likewise com-
mamorite tlie event. The fork was
first useel by King John IV, Duke of
Breta;ne, to eat fruit with, in 1307.
Of course the fact will be recalled that
fingers were made before forks.
A man who shows no defects Is a
fool or a hypocrite whom we should
mistrust���Joubert     ,
N*w Game of Egg Blowing.
In the new game of egg blowing, aa
played at Grindelwald, Switzerland,
every woman player has a man partner. Parallel tracks are marked out'
for each pair and all start level, the
women, on Bkates, forming a line at
one end of the course, the men, wearing shoes or boots, at the other. Partners face partners. First the women
skate forward, blowing the eggs along
with fans. As soon as they reach tha
other end, the men fall flat and wigJ
gle along, blowing the egg back again.,
The partners whose egg gets back
first are the winners. The sport is
immense, and even the gravest digni<
taries  have  been known  to  bend  U
its   Fhnrmfl
4 pillsA
Tile president of tlie faculty of r
nie.li ial college once addressed u grail
lulling class with reference to the nt
cassity of cultivating the quality ol
patience iu their professional, as Well
a*   in   their  domestic  relations.
The professor said: "Gentlemen, you
a-i' about to plunge into the 'sphere of
action.' No eloubt you will, in sonic
degree, follow the example of those
who have preceded you. Among other
tilings, ynu will eloubtless marry. Let
me entreat ynu to be kiiul to yeiui
wives. Be patient veitli them. Elides,
vnr not 'o fret yourselves under petty
domestic trials. If you are going to
the theatre, elei not permit yourself to
become excited if your wife is not
downstairs in time. Have* a treatise
always with ynu. Read it .while yo".
ar�� we'.-liig.
"And, I assure you, gentlemen,' the
iprofessor concludeil, with delicate
irony, "you'll be astonished at the
vast fund of Information you'll accumulate in this way."���From "Success
Potasimite is a new explosive, per
fecteel in Monterey, Mexico, and first
used with success upon the construction of a Mexican Central railroad
branch with wonderful results, for it
is pronounced safer, cheaper and more
powerful than dynamite. Those ex
plosives' based upon nitrogen produce
a gis that, necessitates abandoning
closed works, such as a mine or tun
nel, during the explosion, and the
laborers cannot return to work for a
Ion:* time thereafter, depending upon
tlie facility for carrying off the gas,
Potasimite is saiel to produce no nox
ious gas, the only precaution necessary
in its use being Ihat, the workmen pel
out of the Kvay of Hying particles of
blisted   rock.���New  York  Tiibune.
The   Chinese   government   is   lo   attempt  to  secure   tlie  loan   of  1)17,500,000
in London, the money to be  expended
] in army and navy equipment.
j    Nearly   400   applications    have    been
i received   from   artists   to   exhibit   their
' work at the company art exposition in
Dutch Feminine Costumes Are Too
Complex For  Words.
The women's costume is a trifle too
complex for verbal description, as
feminine belongings usually are, but
the white lace cap which covers the
head from eyebrows to nape of neck
and from ear to ear, curving out in
rounded wings on each side of her
cheeks, is always a conspicuous and
Inevitable portion of a woman's attire.
It may possibly be that on Sunday
this cap is a trifle whiter or stiller or
daintier than on week days, but the
difference is not very apparent
The ladies assure us there is a vast
difference in the quality of the net and
the amount of handiwork employed,
but the lens made no special note of
that. In shape and outline the camera
finds great distinction between these
caps and those of Katwyk or Jdarken
or Bois le Due, but between Sunday
and Monday caps in Volendam it records none whatever. For the rest of
the costume feminine Holland asks
above till things apparently a very flat,
narrow chest surmounting enormous
hips, and Volendam is no exception
to this fashion rule. The Invariable
black "best waist" of the elder women
Is usually brightened by a square yoke
of lighter color and material, and the
dark apron or oversklrt is topped by
six inches or more of gay plaid oi
bright colored band worn over an un
dersklrt of dull blue striped or black
material and uncountable petticoats.
About the throat a collar formed of
many rows of heavy dark rid coral
beads is fastened by huge sliver clasps,
and the number of rows, the size and
quality of the beads are matters for
feminine pride. Long hair is not the
glory of women in Holland, save par-
haps at Marken. It Is usually hidden
and at Volendam is cut quite close and
entirely covered by a tight fitting thick
black silk cap concealed beneath the
snowy white lace. The younger girls,
from the tiniest toddler to the young
meisje, old enough to wed, wear dresses and caps the exact counterpart of
their grave mothers, no less full of
skirt or narrow of chest, but much
gayer in color. A group of tiny maidens in a stiff breeze on the dike resembles nothing more than a swarm of
butterflies���Florence Craig Albrecht ln
No small noise sounds as bad as that
made by squeaky shoes.
Lift any little woman's thumb and
you will find a man under it.
How few people are as polite to their
friends as they are to strangers!
People seem to begrudge a preacher
everything he gets except his vacation.
The child that Is ruled by love and
tlie child that has its own way live at
the same house.
If you wero a mind reader you would
learn a lot of unpleasant things which
now you can only surmise.
The man wbo prides himself on being
a "great observer of little things" can
usually be relied upon for a few unpleasant remarks.
Soon after a boy ceases to credit his
father with being the smartest man on
earth he imagines his father should
consult him on all doubtful issues.
The wife of nn army officer at a
western post recently had occasion to
visit a small neighboring town to do
some shopping at what is called the
general store. She was much entertained by the variety and antiquity of
the stock of goods, and as she passed
out her eyes were attracted by a pile
of mottoes, elaborately lettered and ornately framed, the upper one being the
Scriptural passage, "Walk in love."
As she paused the clerk, a dapper
young man of more affability than advantages, stepped forward with the
remark: "Them are the latest things in
mottoes. This top one is swell to put
over a young lady's door���'Walk ln,
love.' *������ Lippincott's.
The Outdoor Boy.
Let the boy learn to hit the bright
spot with a rifle, and if war comes he
can hit the button on the coat of an
enemy the first shot and does not have
to be taught to shoot over again after
he enlists. If he is familiar with guns,
boats, water and the wild woods, he
will be handy anywhere, and you can't
lose him. Any boy who has got a father who won't do the right thing by
him and give him a chance to love the
woods and the water and the free,
clean air that God serves free, when
you get far enough away from man's
city can come along with me some
time, nnd I will show him how to have
the time of his life.���Outer's Book.
He'll Get the Girl.
Tommy Rattles was turned down
when be asked Elsie's father for his
consent The old man Bald that Tommy was a good boy, but lacked persistency.
What Is Tommy going to do about
He goes to the old man and asks hlntt
for his daughter three evenings every
His Reformation.
"Yes," said the reformed cannibal
chief, "1 used to eat every missionary
that came out here."
"That was before yon got religion,
eh 7" queried the new missionary.
"No; before I got Indigestion.*
Soker��� I won $50 from Blngs hurl
night playing poker.
Joker���Why, doea Blngs know how
to play poker?
Soker���Mot yet- _
Most Picturesque.
"What is tho most picturesque spot
you ever saw In this vicinity?" asked
the enthusiastic tourist.
Broncho Bob gave the question some
thought before he answered:
"A one-spot when I was drawing to
a royal flush."���Washington Star.
Getting Rid of Him.
Eva-Percy squanders money something awful. Ills father says he is
uothlug but a debt to him.
Jack-Then why is his father going
to send him away on a yacht?
Eva���I suppose be wants him to be a
flouting debt���Detroit Tribune.
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Through the ingenuity of a Conneo
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plant in East Norfolk has been rid ot
tiie rats that infested it. The compan*
off ere 1 him $75 if lie would drive tlie
rodents away, anil they have all gone,
thanks to a metal collar being bun"
Nvit.'i little bells, -which this new Pitet
Piper fastened around the neck of n
biz rat. As the animal went tlnougli
bile ceilings anel walls ringing iiis belli,
like a scissors grinder, his numerous
j-eelatives forsook the building ill terror.
Tliey eloubtless thought he was Iheii
natural enemy, the cat, ami ran foi
their lives. Whether filie ruse will
prove of lasting benefit remains to lie
seen. Anyhow, the clever rat exterminator is .*t>75 in rocket.���Boston Herald.
Be There a Will Wisdom Points the
Way.���The sick man pint s for relict,
bit he elislikes Bonding for the doctoi,
whioh moans bottles of drugs nevei
oonsumed, He has not the resolution
to load his stomaoh wilh compounds
whi ill smell villainously anil taste
wqrae, But, if he have the will to deal
himself with his ailment, wisdom will
direct his attention to Parmelee's
Vegetable 1 'ilis, which, as a specific
for indigestion anel disorders of the
digestive organs,  have no  equal.
A man in Cape Breton left his es
tats of $8,000 to trustees for tlie care
of a pah- or pigs. In his will he explained that he did this because
I"otherwise the money would be in the
.bauds of pigs who ele-nied their identities." He alluded to senile attentive
0O-'sins who were looking for legacies.
But what a lovely Christian epirit,
and how we'll prepared to ilie-1 Then,
too, how noble a purpose to which to
devote the savings of a frugal aud industrious life I It suggests a certain
sympathy ami kinship between the
benefactor anil the object of his
bounty. Ami there arc so many poor
feu 1 hungry antl helpless human be
meant   much.���Boston   Herald.
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The world raises its loftiest shaft to
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true merit is like a riviir. The
deeper it  is the  less noise  it  makes,
VVo postpone and postpone until
smiling   possibilities  are  eleael.
You will not find poetry anywhere
unless you bring some with ynu.���
Success Magazine.
The Chilian government lias accepted
the offer of a Belgian ami German
syndicate to survey a longituulna] railway.
Because of the frequent conflicts between the students anel the police, the
university of Moscow has been shut
down for one year.
"I've  a  good   notion,"  saiel  Plodding
Pete,  "to join eiis forestry association. '
"what turf"   i
"I want de trees preserved in ail
dcir venerable beauty. 1 want lo see
de monarclis of de wilelerness leit undisturbed in elcir peaceful majesty, It's
time elis practice of liamliu' ie niun an
axe an' tellin' him to chop \vo,-el waa
stopped."���Washington   Star.
If your children arc troubled with
worms, give them Mother Graves
Wo.ni  Exterminator;   sate,   sure    and
���'actual. Try it, and mark the improvement  in your chilil.
"Delia," begun Mrs. Newliwed, timidly, "1 don't suppose���er���that you
would object to my getting un alarm
"Not at all. ma'am," replied tlie
sleepy cook; "them tilings never disturb me at all."���Philadelphia Press;
Minard's  Liniment  Cures Colds, &c.
De Style���My , wife tells me that
while out in her auto you did lots of
Chauffeur���But, sir, when you hired
me you "saiel your wife wanted me to
run her auto in the worst way.���Lip***
piiuiott's   Magazine.
The impression prevails ill Europe
that the sultan of Morocco will concede all France's demands.
Some persons are more suisceptible
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from the slightest causes. These
should always have at hand a bottle
o[ Bickle's Anti-Cniisuni'ptive Syrup,
tha present tiny sovere-ign remedy for
coughs, catarrh and inflammation of
the lungs. It will effect a cure no
matter how severe the cold may be.
You cannot afford to be without a
i-e.neely like Bickle's, for it is the best.
"Yes, this is my ancestral home; it
wa8 heie I first saw the light of day
twenty years ago."
"Why, you poor thing I You must
have been blind for ten yenrs after
yo ir  birth I"���Houston  Post.
Fishermen have a more philosophic
view of chance anil fate than any other
"You'll find there are no fish in thut
"What did you tell me for? Now
you've spoiled my whole day's tish-
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Advbrtisixo Rat��s:
Notices to Delinquent Owners - ���lS.OO
"     for Crown Grants    -   -    7.50
"      " Purchase of Land   -     7.50
"      " License to Cut Timber 6.00
All locals will be charged for at the rate
of 15c. per line each issue.
Transient rates made known on application.   No room Ior Quacks.
Address all Communications and make
Cheques payable to
Editor and Publisher.
Noti-o is hereby erven that 60 diys
from date, I intend to apply to tlie Hun.
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works, nt Victoria, II C, lor prrruiss'on
to puichasa the fillowing described
tract of lanel in the West Kootenay District nhnut l.'-o miles N.E, of Koselit-rv
station. Commencing at a post marked
P.J.G. S.W O, initial post plant, el on
the north tide of the iii st fast fork ot
Wilson creek and on tlie eatt Bid-* of
the main Wilson creelt, thence north 10
chains, thence cast 5 chains, ihence
noith 10 ch-in*, thence ca��t5 chains,
thence north 20 idniiiis, lllclli-eeast 40
chain*, tlicncp soulh 40 clmins, thence
nest 50 clmins to pi hit of commencement. Containing 175 acres ol latnl
more or less.
Dated this 13th dav of April, 1007.
Zbc Slocan Ibotel
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Headquarters for Mining Men
���when visiting this famous Silver-
Lead Miuing Camp. Every
comfort foi the Traveling Public.
A Well-Stocked Bar and Excellent Pool Table.
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Notice is hereby given that 'fiO davs
alter da'e I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Winks, at
Victoria, for permission to purchase the
following described tract of lanel in
West Kootenay District. Commencing
at a post planted on tbe south side oi
N. ei S. Ry, Near east end of 15ox Lake,
marked L. G.. H. W. O. Initial post,
thence north 40 chains along the eastern
boundary line of Joseph Preatley's location, thence east 40 chains, theme
soulh 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
to point of commencement. Containing 160 aires more or less.
Dated Apiil 11th, 1907
Je 20. P. J. Gallagher, agent.
a '������     ,   .   ���*          ������ ���  i it i
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after dale I Intend to apply to i lie Chief
Commisioner of Lands and Works, at
Victoria for permission to purchase thu
following described tract of land in
West Kootemy Distiict. Commencing
at a post planted on tiie south siele of
tlie N, & 8. Rv., marked ' N, S. K.,
S. W. C. Initial post," thence north 20
chains along the eastern boundary line
of L. Gallagher's location, near Box
Lake, ihence oast 40 (Chains, thence
south 20 chains, thenc* west 40 cliains,
to point cf commencement. Containing 80 aeiesmore ar lo-s.
Dated April 11th, 1907.
Je20 P. Gallagher, agent.
Notice is hereby given that 80 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to cut and carry
away timber from the following described lands, situate in Welt Kootenay
No. 1. Commencing at a post planted on the side of Wilson creek, about
2% miles be-low falls of main Wilson
creek, anel 2 miles in on the 2nd east
fork, marked I). Tuomey's S.E. corner
post, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
tlisnce east 80 chains to point of commencement.
No. 2. Commencing at a post, planted on south side of Wilson creek, and
about 7 chains from 1-cation post N��. 1.
anil marked D. Tuomey's 8. W. corner
post, thence north 80 chains, along tlie
same line, thence east SO chains, thenc*
south 80* chains thence west 80 chains,
to the point of commencement.
Located March 13, 1907.
Mar. 91, 30 D. Locator.
To Michael Penrose, or to whomsoever
lie may have transferred his interest
in the "Young Rambler" mineral
claim,    situated    near   Mctiuis-an,
located the 3rd day of October, 1900,
recorded  tho 17th Hay of October,
1900. in the Slocan Mining Division
of West Koolensy District.
You   are  hereby notified tbat I have
expended {102 50 in labor and improvements on the above-in-ntiou-d mineral
claim, tinder the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within 90 days from the
rate of this no'ice you lail or refuse to
ontribute your proportion of tha above
mentioned sum, together with  all costs
of advertising, your  interest in the said
claim will become  the  property of the
undersigned,  under   section   4 ol   the
Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900.
Dated  at Sandon, this 3rd   day   of
April, 1907.
Notic* is herebv given that 30 days
af.er dut- I int-nd to apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner of fr mis and Works
fjr a special license to cut and car y
sway timber from the following described land situated on Mill i*r*ek about
4 miles from Slocan Lake, beginning at
a post mariad "L S. comer," tnence
no' th 40 chrins, thei ce east 160 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thei ce west 160
chainc to point of commencement.
Dated SOtli day of March 1907.
Mar 53 Sod
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date ive intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works for a special license lo cut and
carry away timber from the following I
��� lesciibed lands situated on Carouse'
creek, in West Kootenay.
First location : Coinmenoing at a
post on Ilie north s'de of Cavoues creek
about ).; mile from lake, ami nn the
line of L. 5817, and marked O. S V.'s
8. W. corner post, thine* north 80
chain*, thence east 80 chains, ih'iic-
somh 80 tbaiiis, thence west 80 chains,
to point of commencement.
Located March 28, 1907.
Second   location:   Commencing   st
post on the North side of Csyotise crack
about  il'..,   miles  from the   lake    snd
marked I). Met. 'b    S.E.   coimt-r   post,
thonce west 100 chains, thence noith 40
chains, thence east  KiO cliains,   thence
south 40 cliains to point of commencement.
Located March 26, 1907.
Apr. 4. 80 d. locator.
Sixty d*.\s after date I intend to
apply to the Chief Commisioner ol Lands
and Works at Victoria, H.C, for permission to purchase, the f Renting lanel,
situated in West Kootenay Di-trict,
comme-.iclng at a post 30 Chains nortli
of J. S. Morr son's S.E. corner, thence
60 chains North, tlioi.ee 20 chains enst,
thence 60 chains south, thence 20chains
west to point of commencement, containing ISO acies.
Located March 20, 1807.
Mar 28 60d
Not'ce is hereby given thai CO dais
rftor date 1 intend to apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner of 1 anils arid Works
for pi-riniss on 10 purchase the following
described tract of land in West Kootenay.
Commencing at a post marked S. Y.
Brocknian's N.W. corner, planted at
the N.E. corner of W. Schulyke's preemption ; thence 1:0 chains enst, thence*
40 chains south, thence 80 chains west,
tnence 40 cliains north to p iut of commencement, fo.lowing boundaries of
crown granted mineral claims', if any
Dated April 4th, 1007.
Apl 1160
Notice is he re by given that 60 davs
alter date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, at
Victoria, for permission to purchase the
following described tract of land in
Wsst Kootenay District. Commencing
at a post planted em the north side of
the N & B. Ry. about 200 feet from lhe
track about one half-mile east of Box
Lake water tank, niai ked ,1. P., S. E. C.
Initial post, thence west 40 chains,
thence noith 40 chains thenceeast 40
chains, thence south 40 chains lo point
of commencement. Containing 160
acres more or less.
Dated April 11th, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that sixty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
WorkB at Victoria, B. C, for permis-
"ion to purchase the following des-
��-iib*d lands. Commencing'at a poBt
planted on the west side of Sl)c.*n lake
and about one and a half miles west ol
Sawmill creek on the shore of the lake,
anil marked W H B's a.w. corner post,
thence west 40 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thei.ee e��;t 40 chains,
thence south 30 chains, thence east 40
chains, Ihence south 40chsins following
the lake shore to point of" commence*
inent, about. 320 acres more or 1-s*.
Located the 27th dav of Feb. 1907
W. H. BR A N DON, Locator.
Geo. S. Vanstone, agent.
Mar 7 60
Just  Arrived
We Will Sell at
Reduced Prices.
Also SUITS and PANT5
At Coat
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���Silverton, S3.<3.
Application to purchase Lands.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
from date, I intend to apply to the Hon.
the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works, at Victoria, B. C, for
permission to purchase the following
described Isn.ls, situated in the Slocan
Division of West Kootenay District, between Ton Mils Slid Twelve Mile creeks
and about one half mile from Slorsn
Lake I'oniuieneiiig at a post marked
J. T. Kelly's S.E. corner post, tbor.es
west 20 e-iisins along the line of Lot
No. 1024, G 1. thence imrlh 20 rhaii s,
thence east 20 ebains, Ihence south 20
chains to point of commencement, containing 40 acres more or lets.
Located the 11th dav of March, 1907,
J. II. Cory, Agent.
Mar  4 !m
Notice is hereby rriven that 60 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works at Victoria, B.C.,
for permission to purchase the
following described lanrls situated
in the Slocan Division of West Kootenay District bet*ten Ten and Twelve
Mile Creeks and about ono half mile
from rjiot-an Lake, comineneinf at a
p-ist marked J. II. Cory's N.W. corner post, thence 20 chains east along
ilieliimof Lot 1033. Cl, Ihence 40chains
south, therce 20 chslns west, thence 40
chains norlh, to pointof conimoucomont,
coniainiug 80 acres more or loss.
Located March litis, 1907.
J. H. COIvT,
Mar 14 Jm Locator.
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provincial Hssa^er
anb Chemist
Sandon Assay Office
Ordinary Tariff:
Gold, Silver, L*ad, Copper, Iron, Silica,
11.00 each.
Silver with Copper orLejad, Mang��ns��e,
Lime, 21.50 oacIi.
Zinc,   Antimony,    Sulphur,   Gold and
Silver, (2.00.
Gold, Silver. with Lead or Copper, Zinc
and Silver, (2.50.
Silver, Zinc and Ltsd   {8.00
Gold, Silver, Zinc, Lead nnd Iron, (4.00
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faotel ���:
TTHIS Well Known
W Hotel has lately
been purchased by the
above, and he promises
patrons personal attention to make their stay
witlr him a pleasant
one. Everything strictly First-Class.
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Just I
Arrived    |
Sprin-a ano J
Summer �����
Sfrom Crown
tailoring Co.
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���f The Most Complete and varied assortment ever
in the Country.
\ In Worsteds, Tweeds, Cheviots, Serges, etc.
Complete fit aud entire satisfaction guaranteed.
\ Groceries, Canned Goods and Provisions
Also complete Line of Gent's. Furnishings and Supplies.
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Ther* is no betUr hous* in th* Kootsnays (or
the Mining Man to make his Headquarters.
Visitors will find an up-to-date style of doing
business, and the Barkeaps are artists in their
llua.  _.
The Finest Winea and Liquors and Choicest Brands of Cigars
McLeod & Walmsley   -   Props.
Sandon Bakery*
Families Supplied
Fresh Groceries
In Adjoining Vieiuieas.
No. Si.
W. F. M.
Meets every Saturday cvrning at 7:30
p. in. Visiting Ilrotliers are cordially
invited to attend.
10-ly A. Shllland, Secretary.
Neitiic is ht'r hy ui.cn that iliii-tyilny*
nftt-r ilaHe I intend t*i apply to 111*. Hon.
Oliicf Cummisiiiue' nf I.an-a ami Works
for a Bi>ee*ial licenso to nit antl wiry
n��av timber fro.ni thu following eles-
ciilii'el lands si nan* near .Sleioin l.itki* in
West Koitfiiay Hisiric*. C iiimeiic'ng
nt a past, on ihe Smith lank of Thi
Mile i ro*kLabotii 2 miles from its mouth
ami marked A, Ws N.W. cot nor post,
tlicnoe ensl 1 (30 chains, thonce suiitli 40
cliains, tlu'i'.i*" ��o.*t WO chains, llienco
north 40 chains to pointof coiiimenue-
Dated April-^n ill 901.
B-8Q ,     A. WALLACE.
Put up in Pint Uottles for Family and
Wc guarantee its Strength and Purity.
Hotel Ti-a-li-
MaDU  by tub
ewery J
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Sanbon Miners' Xflnfon Hospital.
Open to the Public.
Rates by Subscrip ion $1.00 per month. Non-subscribers $-.00 par diem.
 Hospital Siaff	
C. E ANDERSON. - -     WM. E. GOMM, M. D.
Addrca* Communications To The Secretary. v-
St. James' B(
New Denver, B.C.
Visitors to Nt,w Denver, the beauty spot
of the Continent, will find this hotel    .
to be thoroughly equipped for        !
Ior the comfort of Tourists. |
Well stocked liar. !
Excellent boatini*. Grand  scenery.
A. JACOBSON - - - Proprietor.
New Denver.
RATES $3 to 3.50 A DAY.
Special attention given to Mining Trade.
Splendid Scenery, Fishing, Boating, etc.
No mailer what his oe*
rupstion, may save
money by giiiing his
Shei-e Made to Order.
For a Minim? 8I100
thrr- is noihin,* brtter
than till' famous BAL
with a cn'iil, eoliel,
hand m��de bottom	
These shoes i��.n only be got by
leaving vour oidsr with
Shoemaker - Sandon
To Kootenay points.
EflYctiv- fir Transatlantic Passe ng r�� arriving on or iul*S��q lent
to April 26th.
Colonist Rates
fr m Pe,i its. ONTARIO,
On ssle daily till 30th April.
v hilei the 1 ati's are low.
For   fur*her  particulars,     r.tns,
and folders, apuly to,
J S. CiaTBB,       E. J. Covi.a.
D.T.A. N��lson,   A.G.P A.
K.C.       Vaneouvar, P.O.
E. m. TOibbowson
Gold, 8Hvor, Cupper 01 L,*kiI. each,)! 00
Guld Silver..(1 60 8 War-Lead. .(1.60
Zinr. .%'i 00 Gold Silver with Copper or
Loud., a SO.
Prompt nite-mi'n  given tn all sanities.
-'6 per ent. discount upon five samples.
P.O  Drawer, 111)8 Phone A87
���ffS the Headquarters for All
Mining Men in Silverton.
I'uriiislied throughout in a
superb manner, it offers the
comforuj of a home to tourists
visiting this charming .summer
Excellent Boating, F.-hini*.
aud Hunting.
Good Sample Rooms.
Sandon   -   -   B. C
Whereas at  tho  Last Chhnco aud Surprise mines, Chinese  kitchen help is
at present employed, to  the: exclusion
of White* labor. "
Therefore*, he it resdved that this
organization, Sandon Miners' union No.
81 of the \V.1'\ of M. reaffirming  its op-
posi ion to the employment of Orientals
within   its   jurisdiction,   strongly   condemns the position  taken by the management of the  properties iu question,
anil counsels we>rking  men everywhere
��nd those  favorably  disposed towards
organized labor to be governed by this
A. SHILLAND, Ppcretary.
San&on Xofccie,
No. 24
K. of P.
Meets every Wetlnesdaj
evening nt 7.S0 in Fratar-
nitv Hall. Visiting Brethren cordlallv
invited. GEO. HUPTON. C C.
A. 8hii.i,*xj), K of R. A ��.
Take u< tice that I in'enel thirty dayi
after elate ti iipp .- tn tin*. Hon. tha
1 h ef Cominlsi-i'nei'of Lands anil Works
fo- aspcial licenso ti cut and carry
away timber fruln lhe followirg tics-
ciili. el land* sitna'ed in the l.iitlu Siei*
can in West Ko"t��'>ay Di-trict. C un-
mei ciiii* at n pu.st ]ilanti d one mi'e
Ninth of the west f"i*k on thu lit tlu
Slncilll river and inaikeil! Charles Pro-
vstS. E coiner pest, ru suing; wist SO
ch-eiiis thence north 80 chains, thence
cau K0 cliains, thence south 80 cliains
to point of commencement.
Located Mar. 7, 1907.
CHARLE' rnovosT. **.
Frank Provo*J, agent,


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