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 Legislative Libr-y Mar. SUM  THE ROYAL BANK  OF  CANADA  . . SAVINGS' BANK . .  JL General Banking: 'Business          Transacted.  OFFICES���Hastings - Street,   W���  IWaotmlnster Avenue, Vanoouvcr.  VOL.  o.  n. c. permanent loas ito  SAVINGS CO.  Authorized Capital   ���   $10,000.00(1  Subscribed Capital   -   -    1,500,000  Assets over    -    ...     uuu.uuO  Head Office 321 Camb.'n Btreet, Vancouver, B. C.  VANCOUVER, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 5,  1902.  Prices for Clothing  Delegates Elected to Kamloops Convention���Duties of Label  Committee���Organizing   Committee   Reports���City  Hospital   Matters���Canada   Northern���A  Workmen's Club���Communications.  President Lamrick occupied the'chair I  ��t  Thursday  night's  meeting-  of   the  Trades nnd Labor Council, and Secretary Cross wus also in "his place. There  -tras a fair attendance.  CREDENTIALS.  Stevedores' Association���George Noo-  nan, vice C. Titcomb, resigned.  COMMUNICATION'S.  TYom John  J., Mc-Gee,  clerk  of the  ���Mvy Council, Ottawu,acknowledging  rcceiut of a letter from  the   council.  Iteferred  to'Parliamentary committee.  From George  It. Maxwell,  M.P., acknowledging receipt of a resolution re  Agreement .of Mackenzie & Mann and  ��lie Provincial Government.     He said  that his knowledge.of said agreement  is as'yet imperfect," but at llrst sight it  seems  a.  huge  mistake.      Referred . to  l'lirliamontary coninilttee.  1V.-H; Dormnn, Post Office Inspector,  xogatding lost letter.     Piled.  JiVoiii Joseph Marthi, M. P. P., suyJng  that'pending legislation referred-to by  the   Council   would   have   his   careful  consideration., : Iteferred to Parllamen-  itary committee.  '" 13?rom  Robert  G.  Tatlow,   M.   P.  P.,  Baying Uuit_he would go into details  of bill No.   10  with  Mr.   Curtisl    and  would then be in a better position to  -express un opinion.   He supported bill  No. 14, 1900, and would do so again. Re  bill Ho. 17, the city council was asked  tor an opinion on same.     There were  one  or two objectionable features  to  Ull No.  IS.    He had  given notice of  amendments to bill No. 15, as suggested  liy the council.      Referred  to  Farlia-  Secretary Parliamentary Committee.  ORGANISING COMMITTER  Reported that the Mainland Steamshipmen's Union was progressing very  wclL _ Firemen on boats had had their  wages Increased 'to $50 a month, and  deck-hands and coal passers to $40. The  Laundry Workers' Union had now a  clear hand and a membership of some  70 members. A couple of unions, were  in oourse of formation.  of going to jail; but if a J. Plerpont  Morgan robs a million men of a million dollars, why;'he's Just a millionaire. The millionaire considers the  horse, the mule, tho factory, the,,work-  shop, the mill, the mine, and the work-  iiignuin by numbers; and If the work-  insman and the mule should die, hi  feels sorrier because of the mule, for  the workingman can be replaced at  less cost. Every ipowcr that money  can obtain the millionaire possesses  himself of. The government, the press,  the pulpit, are all fast becoming tools  to obey Ids will. You workingmen  have no chains about you. Oh! no.  You are too tame to need any. Why  waste money in chains The master  knows that you will come back In the  morning.���Ben Tillett.  NO 2  Jiiehtary committee.-  From  James F.   Garden,  M.   P.   P.,  stating that 'he would be glad to follow  .-���      ,..  ua far a3 possible tlie leeommendatiotis  made by the council.    Referred, to .Parliamentary committee.  ��*om John Aciieson, secretary Metal  Polishers' .Union ol Toronto, re the  Gurney Foundry Company, limited, of  Toronto, being unfair to, organized labor.     Received and acted upou. -  XVooi John Falch, secretary Fisher-  Men's Union, No. 1, New Westminster,  ���pnote on behalf, of his union,  re   a  '    Chinese cook being employed  by the  {government on the snagboat Sampson.  ��� Secretary instructed to reply. -  >   From S. J. Shenton, secretary Nanal-  mo Miners' and Mine Laborers' Uuion,  ��e  Kamloops  convention.      Filed.  * ��Vom the secretary of the Walters'  ao<�� Waitresses' union, notifying the  council that there were certain raem-  ' tiers of unions patronising Japanese and  Chinese restaurants. Union restaur-.  ��wts oif the ity are complaining of this  aad the waiters ask for assistance. The  : names-of the offenders will -be submitted to the council and unions notilied  ��� mt same.  - PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE.  ; Hour committee reports as. follows:'  lhat we'endorse bill No. 28, entitled  "An Act to Amend the Medical Act,  1BSS." and that we ask our representatives to vote for the said bill.     Your  ; committee: would, '.also; recommend. the_  "passing of the following resolution by  the council:  ���'Whereas���The lights of the citizens  In a municipality are safeguarded by a  provision, that no council can dispose  ���;-.<* any realty without first submitting  the same in a by-law to the electors  entitled to vote on money-by-laws; and  . "Whereas���It is proposed to deprive  the citizens of those rights In connection with the hospital site at Fairr  view, this city, the legislature being  naked to legislate it over to a provisional board without first being submitted to, tlie electors by by-law; there-i  One, be It i  "JResolved���That we nsk our representatives to vote against bill No. 27, und,  ia the event of It'passing its second  ' reading, that they insert on' amendr  tsent that nil realty to be handed ovei  by this city to said provisional board  too llrst submitted to the people by a  by-law, as required by charter; and be  it further  "Resolved���That a copy of this resolution be sent to. each of the city members."  H     All of which is respectfully submitted by   your committee.    , '  ERNEST BURNS,    '  .ft.  PRICKS FOR MAKING CLOTHING.  A special committee reported as follows on the prices paid by manufacturers of semi-ready and fit-reform clothing:  Making suck coats, $1 to���; making  cut-away coats, $1.25 to ������;-.making  overcoats, $1.D0 to ���-; making double-  breasted frock coats,;. $2.00. to $2.50;  making full-dress evening coats, $2.00  to $2.30; making vests, ifrom 30 cents'.to'  50 cents; making pants, from 33 cents  to' 50 cents. .."'.;. ,     .'  '  Ingles, the C. P.'R. tailor at Montreal,  pays coat-makers $2.00 for a trainman's  coat.  Vancouver tailors pay:  Sack coats, $3.35    to   $7.50; cut-away  coats/$6.85 to $S.75; over-coats,' $7.70 to  fS.75.  Without extras-  Vests  $1.30  to $2.25;    pants, $1.30 to  $2.25. .     ' /  '     DELEGATES TO CONVBNTION  Robt.  Macpherson  and T.  H.  Cross  were elected as delegates to attend the  iKamloo'ps contention, with Geo. Isaacs  and W. J. Lamrick as alternates.  mrjDIES ' OF' UNION,, LABEL   COMMITTEE.'  Section IS. "All delegates to this coun  ell shall have at least one article of  wearing apparel with the union label  attached thereto. /Delegates to be examined- once in  three months 'by the  Label    committee.    On delegates   not  complying with this by-law, first offence, union sending such delegate to  be notified by secretary; second offence  union, to be requested to send another  delegate,"  Constitution:  Article  4,  section  2,   lo  read,  after  the   word:    "Standing    committee    of  three," "on union label, auditing, etc."  Article (���, section   6,    Duties of Committees:  .'"The.union label committee shall examine    ull    delegates .to council  once  every three months..  Also Investigate  all matters  pertaining  to union-made  goods of iill '.descriptions."  ' .Section 111: "Any ofilcer or member of  this council .\iol.itlng the constitution  or by-laws shall If after investigation  by grievance committee, found guilty,  be expelled froni thils council."  CANADA NORTHERN.  The secretary wus Instructed to write  the miners of Nanaimo -asking them it  they  had  instructed Mr.   Hawthorn-  thwaite to support the. Canada' North  ern Railway scheme.    . '  WORiKMBN'S_OLUB :   CHRIS  FOLEY  RETURNS.  Chris, Foley lias just returned from  the east, where he has been engaged  for the post eight months in the preparation of the voluminous report just  submitted to the government on    the  Immigration of the Oriental, Chinaman  and Jap, says the'Rossland World.  .'He says that the feeling in the east  on this important question to, the west  is one of^ utter indifference.   Two ex-  1 ceptlons, both iropotrant, may be; noted  to this, the one being a. feeling inclined  In  favor ;of immigration  among    the  clergy, and one totally opposite- prevailing among the laboring classes.  The  business    men   as: a  rule   look  rather favorably upon the Immigration  oil the grounds that cheap labor is ne  ccssary, to develop    the   resources of  Canada. ' Their  leellng-  is   one   sided.  They practically 'say   "let us  produce  cheaply and  the market we caii'find  later."    They do not seem to be able  to. realize that the Jap and, the .Chinaman,   not  being    a consumer  to any  great extent, and being;limited by his  low, wager 16 a small customer,'' under  the very best of circumstances, is not  able to form n maiket for the goods  thus cheaply produced, alternate periods of over production and depression  must  therefore, necessarily  result  unless markets can be found outside,the  Dominion.  With regard  lo  the probable action  to be taken, by the Dominion government, Mr,'Foley is of the opinion .that  measures will-be introduced whichwill  have' the effect of excluding the Chinaman.'    With   regard   to  the  Jap,  tliis,  s-r.ys Air. Foley, is on a somewhat different ;basis, and action will no doubt  depend upon the results of the colnnl.il  premiers'.-;conference, in  London  next  June,  and Is .doubtless pending    upon  clauses in the treaty,.,between    Great  Britain and Japan,    lately, concluded,  and in which thereseenis to have been  included a reference, to Canada In   its  relations' with ; the  empire   In general  and with the Far. East in particular. In  the meantime the Japrtne.se central .government-.does'nol  object to the Natal  act, as It xloes not expressly and   by  name' exclude the Jap  as  an  inferior  being, and, moreover, that government  has recognized the delicate nature of  the relations lexisling, and is prohibiting emigration froni Japan to Canada.  tion the figures nre 330 bricks  per man  per day, on the other hand otlier contractors In  the same,; district  have In  lhelr employ men  who lay 500 to 70C  bricks,    ln the United States a man's  average per man 'per day la from 2,00'  bricks on the best-class work���say, private residences���and tills Includes face  brick as well as common, to 2,500 and  even 2,700, Including face and common,  on other structures.     It; may   seem  strange to the people of this country,  but lt is a fact, that British bricklayers who go to America work side by  side there with American bricklayers  nnd  equal  their  average.    Finally,  I  will   say   with regard to union men,  that if our work has been rapidly executed, it has been greatly due to the  ijiterest that has been taken by the representatives of the ".union"in."'secur-  lns for us the best men that could be  obtained. '  KamloopsCqinVention  FROM  TRAIL.  Business is very quiet at this place  t  present.  The addition of a bell to the Methodist  church has been put. In place, and was  rung for the'flrst time on Friday evening. A nice concert was'held, when a  good many friends from Rossland wej'e  present. Refreshments' were served,  and Rev. Mr. Story, pastor, made a  happy address.  The excavation work for a foundation  for the acid tanks in the "Proposed  new. smelling refinery is about ;������: completed. The work is being rushed to  finish the works. The new smelting  pots arrived a few days ago, and are  ready to be put in position. The brick  furnaces are almost 'built for them.  Wires have been put in for electric  lighting from the power station  The city is about to take over the  C.'P.R. cable and ferry attachments.  Consequently ii road will soon be opened across the Columiba rlveiv&t a reasonable low rate, wheni a good location  can be procured for a) baseball iftid  football grounds, and a race course,  which would make a capital resort for  summer sports.  The T-fosslnnd mines, Centre Star and  AVar Eagle, have commenced shipping  ore to the smelter here for treatment,  four cars a day   arriving a!  This output will be increased  Should Have Been Held Long Ago���The Lat or Party  Politics Is  Highly Desirable���Not  Weakening  to  the  Country's   Credit���Successful   at  the  Antipodes���Delegates Elected.  in  The Rossland World says that the advent of the labor party in politics is  highly desirable.  After the great strike  in  Australia of nine  years ago,   the  working man went into politics, and  cleaned up the political   atmosphere  very satisfactorily.    He   will, 'do the  same iri British Columbia.   Experience  lias  shown  that his  advent into the  political ring has not meant the unsettling .of conditions.   He has settled  them.    Strikes    are   practically    unknown.    He has not frightened away  capital.    On the contrary capital has  flowed  in  by  the  million during tlie  past decade.   He; has not weakened lils  country's credit.   Colonial stocks in the  .Antipodes stand higher to-day than under the old regime.   He has not increased wages, but he has. diminished prices  of land and of food and of clothingby  seeing that the railways did not unnecessarily heighten the prices of -commodities'''by   levying    just    ns   much  freight as "traffic would stand" and by  seeing that land grabbing.was no longer practiced by tho middleman capitalist.   Hence he lives cheaply, he houses  himself cheaply and gets about at little  comparative cost. He can afford to take  a less wage because that wage is in better proportion to the commodities and  necessaries of life than it is here.  party where it should be���on the top.  Unite all the reform interests and they  will elect members enough to hold the  balance of power in the legislature. Then  the country will be governed by the people. Until then it will be mis-gov-i  erned by corporationlsts and grafters.''  TheiPhoenix trades and labor council,  at its last, meeting, ; elected Harry  Towns as a delegate to the labor convention to be held at Kamloops on '.tha  Uth-of April. The Phoenix miners'union will send two delegates, and the  carpenters' union and the socialist  Vague there   will unite on a delegate.  A meeting of the independent labor  jarty of Rossland was held-in that  city last night, when it was decided to  send a delegate.to the Kamloops; convention.  Sydney Harris has been selected by  the Fishermen's' union to represent  them at Kamloops. The Socialists of  this city willi.also be represented.  present:  '. The Pay&treak says: "The labor party  convention to be held in Kamloops next  month is a move in the proper direction. An effort should have been made  long ago to harmonise and consolidate  the labor, socialist, single tax and all  other elements of reform in B. C. into  one comprehensive combination with a  single aim and interest. If, the delegates have sense enough lo adopt a  iatlonal rather than'a radical or visionary platform," they will put the labor  The Independent Labor Party at Nelson has appointed, Mr. J.: Coxhead -a  delegate to attend the convention at  Kamloops next month.  The Boilermakers' Union of Vancouver has chosen Mr. J. H. Watson as  a delegate to attend the Kamloops convention.  Robert Todd has been selected by the  Vancouver Typographical Union, No-��  226, as a delegate to the Kamloops con-  'vention. ,  Harry Buckle has been chosen by the  Nanalmo Trades and Labor Council  as delegate to ihe Kamloops convention.  -    " .'-     I  BRITISH   CASUALTIES,  war otilce has issued a return  110,690  Tlie  showing the total losses since the commencement of the South African war,  until February ;2Sth as follows:; The  total number Is given -as 89,196, as  against Sfi.459 for the preceding month.  The detailed statistics of casualties  are as follows: Officially,admitted, S9,'-  196; in hospitals and rest centres in  South Africa (government figures), 14,-  000;: colonial .''invalids, 4,000; civilian  deaths, 2,500; casualties/ including: returned invalids, since March 1st, 1,000;  making a total of 110,696. ' >  In addition the Boers took,  and released, about 26,000 British prisoners.  OS TIIE KAIL  A delegate brought up the matter of  forming a workmen's club and put up  a,building suitable for the purpose on  flhevacant lot to the rear of the hall.  Adjourned.  ENGLISH'AND AMERICAN BRICK-  ( LAYERS.  'Mr. J. C. ��� Stewart, building niunager  of the British_Westihghou.se Electric  and Manufacturlrig;company, hns written a letter to the London Times upon  the work of bricklayers in construction  of  the WeBtlngt-.ouse_cnmnaiiy>_iiew_  DIFFERENT GRADES OF THIEVES.  In   London,   it   Is   said,   when   the  thieves, want to ply their calling, they  assemble and two of them pretend to  engage. In a brawl,  while the rest of  the gang go to picking pockets.   Then  when n Kiitllclent linul has been mnde,  I the cry of "Police,", Is raised, and the  I gang scatters to meet again  In some  nearby cellar to divide Ihe spoils.   So It  is   with   the  political   purtles   in   this  country.   Every four yenrs they meet,  pretend to 'wrangle, get the crowd excited,   gut her; In  the  swag,  and  then  holler police,  disperse  the.   multitude,  '���nil divide the loot.   The labor movement has  for Ub object the aboli'tlon  of poverty, the uplifting of humanity,  to abolish the condition which makes  it necessary to delve and toll, to man!  fold the millions of some god with clay  feet "and ��� clay  soul,  who,   when  you  have created,    you   take" books from  him when he' has robbed you "of beef.  If a thief robs you, he stands a chancaj  building In TralfcrdPurk, Manchester.  In-the early part .of'-.November    (he  says) we had,reached a regular average  of 1,400. bricks per�� man per day, and  6n some days we had laid ns ninny as  1.S00 bricks per man.   In the construction of the .pattern shop our regular  average was 1,800 brlc-ks per man per  day. ; The averages I have mentioned  per man Include face brick work.   On  common work wc reach an average ot  2,250 bricks^ per   man per   day,   Our  bricklaying ut Manchester, which seems  xo us not unusual, but which hus attracted so much attention in this cnun-  Iry, was-attained under the direct lo:;  of our bricklayer superlntciideiits. both  Mngllshmcn   and     members    of    the  Bricklayer."' union.    My experience in  connect ion  with  the successful  handling  of   British  workmen    In    Great  Britain Is:    First, the men must satisfy, themselves that thoy are to be pnld  gi-.od wages; second, the man who has  general charge of the work must understand hi��  business  and  have   his  vrork done in his own way, in his own  time, and-  by   his   own methods.   It  seems 'difficult,' ��� ilf  not impossible,   to  learn what is really considered a day's  work in British bricklaying.   On  one  hnnd lt Is stated that on some construc-  . 'HARRY A BENEDICT.  On 'Saturday, March 29th, Mr. Harry  Cowan and Miss Carrie (Bartley,  both  of this city, .were married.    The .ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. iE. D.  McLaren at the residence of th'e .'bride'*  mother, Mrs. C. Bartley, 711 Hamilton  street, Vancouver.   Miss Lollie Browne  and   Geo.   Bartley    were    respectively  brldesmald. and bridegroom, while little  Miss Marguerite Philp acted as mold  of_hongr._jShe__wore_a_very_pi,etty-hat  and dress of brown.   The bride was attired lu a neat but handsome navy blue  traveling suit and  large picture  hat.  with tun gloves to match.   The bridesmaid wore a pretty fawn  dress with  picture hat and white gloves.   Mr. and  Mrs. Cowan spent their wedding trip  at the Capital. -"  .Harry Cowan, now business manager  of tills paper; ls well iknown 'In western  Canada. He was formerly associated  with Arthur Puttee, M. P., on the Winnipeg ;Voice, nnd did not a little to  malke that lnbor paper second to none  In the eou nt rv. He always took a deep  Interest in public affairs and Is a member of the typographical-union. TJie  veiy best wishes of a host of friends  go with the newly-wedded couple.  C. Crowder, ex-treasurer of the local  Trades and Lnlbor Council, and member  of  the  Cigur-niakers'  union,  left  yesterday tor Portland, Oregon. " His  mamy friends wish him success in his  new flleld of operations.   .  Much", has been said about the fust  train that the C. P. R. is to:run from  Montreal to Vancouver this'summer. A  scmi-ofllcial statement appears  in  the  Toronto   Globe   concerning   it  as   follows:   "It is said that,the management  of the Canadian:Pacific railway is perfecting   arrangements   for   placing in  i-ervlce on June: 1,  what it is claimed  Will  be the  fastest overland  train  on  fills continent.    The schedule; time for  this train for the run  from Montreal  ti) Vancouver, a distance of 2,906 miles,  is 72 hours, orthree days.   This is.one  day  better-than  the  time.now  maele  by its through trains during the summer season.   For such a run the.average,time, Including stops, is a fraction  over -IO miles an hour.;  To make this  through  time, however, a speed of 65  miles an hour will have, to be maintained over   certain' sections of: the line.  The feasibility of the plan is said to  have  been, proved  last    summer    by  trial runs over, different portions of the  road covering all but about 800 miles of  the__dlstnnc_e. _A_large_amount_of_road  work has been done'.recently, and Improvements are still in progress to get  the track in  conditions  to  stand, the  high speed   of   the heavy trains.    A  U'l-weekly service Is proposed tb leuvo  either  end   of   the  lino  on  Tusdays.  Thursdays   and     Saturdays.      These  trains will be run in addition to   the  dully service now given under llie old  schedule.    The  trains  will consist'   of  eight coaches, mnde up of a combined  express and mail car, baggage car, two  day  coaches,  Cliu-r,  one   tourist    and  two tlrst-i-liu.H l'ulliimn sleejieni.    The  engines will   be  of very   heavy   type,  of about 12li tons weight.   All the ears  for thv'tilx fust trains will be of the  very latest model anil highest finish In  ���every respect,  nnd will   be   .equipped  with   both   Plntyeh   gas    nnd    electric  lights.    A  through sleeper will be run  from Toronto to connect with the fast  trains."  Beard of Adjustment.'for the Brotherhood of Railway Conductois on the C.  P. R. will meet in Montreal in June.  There has been a grievance committee, from the O. R. C. and the J^R. T  in conference with the officials of the  Santa Fe railroad, and it is reported-  that a new schedule of pay is in course  of ratification nnd    adoption in consequence. At Los Argeles the valley men ,  have had some    complaint for a. long *  time,   and  the  recent    success  of  the   "  TVaton division men has inspired a similar effort at that end of.'the line.  Oii;M.*!rch 1st the machinists between  Fort; Wllliain: iind Vancouver of th'-  C. P. R. gave the 60 days' notice, a'  agreed, for an increase in wages.  C.   P.  U.   mechanical  department 4"  the repair shops of this city a-.e thou  oughly organized.  .   MINERS MUSTER.  James AVilks ha^ just leturned, sail  the Nelson Miner, from a titp to Ferrilr  wliere he had gone at the Invitation di  the Fernle Miners' union io addrefi*v  meeting on  the o��Ject;_of_tratles_ut   The members of the. Board of Adjustment for. the Brotherhood of Railway  A reward of ��5,(W0 ls olTertfd by the  department of agriculture in Queensland for the discover}' of a means of  eradicating the prickly'pear pest,.wihlch  is a cactus Imported front America.  The; remedy must not cost more than  a certain sum per acre.  irnism and Us benefits to worklngmel  The meeting was held in Joyce's halV  lust Saturday night, and wns so large*  ly attended  that many had to stand.  The'primary.object.of the meeting was  to revive Interest in ..the'.Miners' union,  and iu this It fulfilled its object completely, as at the close 117 candidates  were''Initialed.'.    It Was   found    that  Joyce's  hull  was  too small to accommodate all the miners und the owners  of the  Trine ess  hull  klndlv placed lt  nt  their dl'po"nl for meetings on'the  Sunday afternoon and  evening, 'when  the initiation 'ceremonies were continued.   Al the three meetings thoro was  a totnl of 2ii7 candidates Joined or were  reinstated, bringing the total membership up  to  the    vicinity of 400.   Tha  nieiiibers of the union are, much .gratified at the result of the meetings, and  russed a vote of thanks to Mr.WUks  for his visit.   They have-become very  enthusiustic in their organiaztion, and  intend to,make it the banner on of tho  district.    Steps will   be. talken  at the  Trainmen on the C. P. R., who were In! next meetlrg to elect the quoa of dele-  annual session In Montreal, have finish- gaes to the convention to be held Ib  ed their labors.    The following oilieers   Kamloops.  have been elected for the ensuing year:;  v  T. J. Coughlin, Vancouver, chairman;, Telephone 1���2���5 for a fine livery  E. E. Eddy, North Bay, vice-chairman; turn-out. J. J. Sparrow, Palace livery  and W. J. Rath, Ottawa, secretary. The Stables.       . > -.''���> Mi  ��1  fa  Ui,  Uy,  ft Simple Illustration Taken From  the Barnyard.  THE DIVINE ART OF SIMPLICITY  llev. Ur. Tii.iiiii^i! in Uli-* lllsoinirsti Tula-;!  an lllti.liiiliiiil l'i-i,in lliu llt-ii anil il��>r  <;iii<?k��.|i> ii, Munv. ill*' Ctinif<n-t mid  J'l-itU'cii.tn 'ili;ti lU-uvuii All'onlx lo .111  Tril.-tllji^ .-.mill.,  Knlerwl .iminlinfrioAct of Uii'lhuni'iil ufCnu-  uiln. Iii llie yeur lUr.'. liy U llli.'.tii U.iilJ'. uf To-  roiiie, in tliu IK'ii'i ui".\iii'li.iiiuirv. Oiiuwu.  Washington, -Murcli -.���A familiar  illustration from tlie barnyard i.s ein-  liloyed in this discoiirsu by I'i'. Tul-  iniigo to show the comfort und protection thnt heaven ull'iirds to all  trusting souls. The text, is Matthew  xxiii, -17, "tlVjjirus n hen gatlieretli  lier cliiclceus under her wings, nud ye  Would Hot."  Jerusalem  was  in  sight as Christ  - canic.lo the crest of Mount Olivet, a  height of 700 feet. Tlie splendors of  the  religious  capital   of  the      whole  j earth irradiated llie landscape There  is the temple. Yonder i.s tlie king's  palace. Spread out before his eyes  nre the pomp, the wealth, the ufiek-  edness and tlie coming destruction of  Jerusalem, and'he'bursts-into tears  <it the thought of the obduracy pf a  place that he would gladly have  saved and apostrophizes, saying, '-'0  '.-.Jerusalem, .Jerusalem, how often  would I have gathered thy children  together, even us a hen gnthereth her  chickens .under her wings, and yo  Would not!"  Why did Christ select hen and  ���chickens as a simile? Next to the  appositene.ss of the comparison, I  think it was lo help all public teachers in the mailer of illustration : to  get clown off their stilts and use  comparisons that all can understand.  The Plainest bird on earth' is the  barnyard fowl. Its only adornments  tne the red comb in its liend-dress  and the wattles under the throat. 11  has no grandeur of genealogy.       All  ;   wc know is that its ancestors,   caiiie  - .from .India,  some of them from  ; a  '.'"'height'of 4,000 feet on the sides'-"'of  ���the Himalayas,, It has no pretension  ���of nest like tho eagle's eyrie. It lias  ���no lustre of plumage like the gold-  ifinch. Possessing nmitomy that nl-  ilows flight, yet about the last thing  it wants to do is to lly, and in retreat uses foot almost as much as  wing.    Musicians have... written.��� . out,  ; in musical scale  the song  of     lark  :. "^and i-oliin redbreast, anil nightingale,  'yet llie hen of iny text, hat h nothing  ��� that could be taken for a song, but  only  cluck  and  cackle.    Yet    Christ  "% - in the text uttered while, looking upondoomed Jeriisiilein declares    that  what he had Wished for tliivt.'city was.  '",-.'Hike' what the hen does, for her .-.chick-;  :,-' -ens. ���' X- ,��� "-"  Christ wns Uuissimple in.his teach-:  ?ings, and yet how hard it is for us,  ;1.vno    are Sunday: school "instructors  ���and' editors., niul preachens and ... re-  , '���-/formers 'suid those who 'would    gain  'the''oars of audiences to attain that  ���-'-���(heavenly,  mid divine art of siniplic-  ''".' >ity!    We, have to run a course of lit-.  "   erary .disorders: us children a- course  -'������������'��� of physical" disorders. ��� We come     out  .of school and college loaded      down  .���'������ Willi Greek mythologies und,. out. of  ���':..'!���: the    theological    .seiiiinary   Weiglied  ���down witli'vi'liat the learned fathers  "'.���' said, and wc fly with wings of eagles  -anil flamingoes nnd.'albatrosses, and;  -it lakes.'a good'"while before we can  ���come     down-to Christ's similitudes,-  ,,.the candle tinder the .bushel, tlie salt  that  has  lost its  savor, -';  tlle      net  'thrown into the; sea,., tlie spittle ���'������ on  ��� tho eyes of the blind man    and-.: the  .. hen and chickens. ,'  ���There, .. is     not: '.nijich pogtryabout  this winged  creature  of  God      meii-  tioncd;in my text, but she. is." more  practical    and hipre motherly      and  more 'suggestive "01,'KPod things than  ''inaiiy   that   fly-higher   and     wear  .brighter colors.. She is not a prima  ".donna of the skies  nor.' a strut-,'  of  --.. bqiiityinthoaisle of the forest. She,  t ,''���' does -riot'cut;.a circle.under the   fun  '���"[ like the Uocky. Mountain'eagle',,  but'  ;;f-stays" at home to  look uf ter   family  ".affairs.   She docs not swoop like the  'condor; of the cordillei-ns  lo. ;: trans-'  :    port a rabbit" from the valley to the  -., top" of the crags;  but just scratches  ;, .for a.living.   How. vigorously     with  '  .'her daws she pulls away the ground  '  'to bring up, what is hidden    beneath!  When the breakfast    or dining   hour  .arrives,, she begins to.prepare the .rc-  ���.pastiand^calls all, her young to_par^  "  take.    .   '.   ..:-   ���..-'-...  ..  "    ���    ~      "  . 1 air, in warm sympathy with    the  -��� ���unpretentious old fashioned hen    be->  ;���������-causr. like most of us, she    has    to  ���scratch for a living. Slio knows     at  the start the lesson which most peu-  "    pic of good sense are slow to lcain  -  ;���that the gaining of a livelihood iin���  -- .plies,work and that successes do. not'  .  lie on the surface, but arc to be up--  '    turned     by positive und continuous  '"effort.   The 'reason that society' and  the church nnd Ihu world are so full  of failures, so full of loafers, so full  of dcadbcats is because people "'��� are  not wise enough to tnke the   lesson  which any     hen would tench     them  that if  tliey  would. Unci  for      themselves and for those dependent upon  Jlhom    anything ���-'worth having they  ���must scratch  for  It. .Solomon   said,  "Go to the ant, thou sluggnrd."      1  .say, go    to the hen, tlioii sluggard.  In the Old Testament Cod compares  himself lo an eagle stirring up     lier'  'nest, and in the New Testament   the  Holy Spirit i.s compared t0 a     des-  cendin;; dove, but Christ in a sermon  ithat fcgiin wilh cutting sarcasm for  hypocules and eiid.s with the    paroxysm of pathos in Hie tcxl compares  himself lo a hen.  One t).:y    in the country we     saw  :' sudden consternation in the behavior  of old iloinitiick.   ��hy llie hen .should  be so disturbed wo could not uiider-  .   stand.   Wo looked about to see if   a  '' neighbor's     dog were invading     tho  ' Form.   Wc looked up to see     if     a  sloniicloiul were hovering. Wo could  see     nothing    on the ground     that  could terrorize, and we could sec nothing in the air to ruffle the feathers  of the hen, but the loud, wild, affrighted cluck whicli liroiight nil l'er  brood at full run under her foalhers  mnde us look again iiround "nd  above us. when we saw {hut high up  and far nway lliei'e wus a rapacious  bird wheeling round and round and  down nnd down, ami, not seeing lis  as we -stood in.Jhc shadow, jt canie  nearer and lower until we saw ils  lienU wus curved from base to tip  and il. luul two Humes of lire for eyes  iiiii! it- was n hawk. Bin. nil the  chickens were under old Domini'A's  wing?,, am! eillnr 1 he bird of prey  caught a glimpse of us or. not nble  lo Iind tlie liroid huddled under wing  darted  buck  into   ihL. clouds. So  Christ calls' with great eariiMtiiess  to all the young. Why, what is the  nintiei''-' H is bright siinln.lit, . and  there can Ue no danger. Health is  theirs. A good home is 'heirs. Plenty of food is theirs, Prospect of long  life i.s theirs. Hut Christ continues  to call', calls Willi more -emphasis and  urges haste and snys not a second  ought to lie lost. Oh', do tell 119  wliu 1, is the mutter. Ah. now 1 see;  there nre hawks of temptation in Hie  nil',, tliere are vultures wheeling for  their prey, there-nro beaks of death  ready to plunge, there are clnws of  allurement' ready to clutch. Now I  see the peril. Now 1 understand the  urgency. Now 1 see the only safety.  Would that Christ might this day  lake our sons und daughters into his  ���shelter "as a hen gatlieretli her  chickens under her wing."  Fathers, mothers, older n brothers  and Misters und Siihbulli school |  teachers,' be quick and earnest "und  prayerful and importunate and get  the chickens under wing- Jiay tlio  Sabbath schools of--America,- and  Great Britain Within the next threo  niontlis sweep ail tlieir scholars iiito  the kingdom. Whom they lmve now  under charge is'.uncurtain. Concerning that scrawny, puny child that  lay in the cradle niiiuy years ago,  tlio father dead, many remarked,  "What a mercy if the I-ord would  take the child!" And Ihe mother  really thought sii too. Bul^'hat a  good thing -that God spared���than  child, for it'became world renowned  in 'Christian literature and one of  God's most illustrious servants ���  John Todd. Remember, your children will remain..children'only..u little  while. Wlint you do for them as  children, you must? do ruiickly or never do it at all- "Why have you never  written a book?" said some one to a  talented .woman. She replied: "I rah  writing two and have been engaged  on one work ten years and on the  other five years���my two'1 children.  Tliey are my life Work."  But wo all need the protecting  wing. If you had known when you  entered upon manhood or womanhood what was ahead of you,would  you have dared to -.'undertake. ','', life?  Mow much have you been through?  With ''most:." life has been "a. disappointment.. ,Tliey tell me so. X They  have not attained that whicli. they  expected to attain. They have not  had the physical and mental vigor  they expected or they have met wilh  rebuffs whicli-they did not anticipate.  You aro not (it forty or.fifty or sixty or sevenly!or eighty years,of age  wliere yoii thought you would 'be.  I do not know anyone except myself  10 whom life has, been njluxppy' surprise. 1 never-expected aiiy thing, and  so,when anything came in the shape  of human favor or j comfortable position or widcning-tield of Work it was  to uie n surprise. -1 was toldin 'the  theological seminary by some of. my  fellow students that I iiovri- "w_uld  get anybody to hear. 1110 preach . unr  less ��� I changed my style,. so thai:  when 1 found Hint soniO; people did  come to hear nie it was a. .nappy  surprise. -." But 'most: people, accord-,  ing-to-'their own .statement,'���; have  found life -a disappointment. Indeed,,  we all. need shelter from its tempests.  About .3 o'clock on a hot August  afternoon you lnxvc: heard, a .rumble  that you:,, first; took for,;a: wagon  crossing., a ... bridge, but afterward  there was a .-louder:rumbling, and  you said, "Why, that' is thunder!"  And, sure enough, 'the clouds, wore  being convoked for a full diapason.  A whole park of artillery went rolling down . the. heavens, and tho  blinds of. the'wiu'dows in the . -cily  were.closed.- But the sounds '-'"above  were not more certain . than . the  sounds beneath. The cattle came to  the bars; and moaned for thoiii to be  let down ������that;'tbey might '���'���. conic  home to shot ter, nnd the fowl, whether dark llriihnia or Hamburg' or  Leghorn or Dominick, began- to call  toils young, "Cluck, cluck, cluck!"  and take them under tho Wagon  house or shed and had them all hid  under the (.soft feathers by tlie lime  Hint ; the first: plush of rain struck  .tlio'=.rilof.-tSo^lherc..aro_sudden.. tern-  penis., for our souls, and, oh, how  dark it guts,; and'threatening clouds  of bankruptcy- or sickness or peise-  'ciition or 'bereavement gather and  thicken and hlacken, and some  run for shelter to a bank,  lint it is. poor shelter, and others  run lo friendly advisors, and they  fail to help, others My nowhere simply because they,know not Wliere to  go, and they perish in tho blast, but  others hear a divine Call saying,  "Como, for all things are now ready." "Tlie spirit nnd the brido say  come.'" And while tho heavens are  thundering terror the divine voice  proffers mercy, nnd the houT' comes  under the brooding care of tho Almighty "as a hen gathcrelh hor  chickens under her wing." ,  . Tho wings of my text suggest  wiii'mlTi, and Hint is what most folks  want. The fact is Hint this Is a  cold world whether you lake it literally of figuratively. Wo have a big  fireplace culled thn sun, 'nnd-it has 11  very hot lire, und the stokers keep  the coals well stirred up, but much  of the year we cannot gel neai' enough to this fireplace to get warmed. Tho world's extieinities nie cold  nil the time. Forget not Unit it is  co'ldor at the south pole than at tho  noi'lh polo and that the iirci ic Is  not so destructive as the iintm-tlic.  OiU'e In awhile tho arctic will let  explorers como bnck, Imt the .mimetic hardly ever. When nt tho south  nole a ship sails in, the door of i-e  is almost sure to be sh.-it ns.'.nst  its return. So lifo to inn"'.' mil  lions of people at  tlio tenth       and  many   millions  of  people  at the  north is a prolungid shiver. lint  when i say thai this is a cold  World I chielly liu-uii figuratively. If  you wnnt to know what'" is the  meaning of the ordinary term of  receiving the "cold shoulder,'' .get  out of money and try to borrow.  The "conversation may have been almost tropical for luxuriance of  thought, and .speech, ibut suggest  your necessities and see the thermometer drop to oO degrees below  zero, and in tlint. 'which till u moment before Iind been a warm room.  'Pake what i.s an unpopular Position'  on some public-i|uestion and see  your friends lly us .chaff before u  windmill. As fur as myself is con-'  corned, I have no word of complaint  but I look off dnv bv day und see,  coiiinuinities fieiviim out men and  women of whom ihe World is not  worthy. Now it. lakes after one  und  now   after another.      lt, be  comes popular- lo dcp'rci inte mid de-.  fame and execrate and lie about  Home people. This is the best wol'h  J ever gol iiilo, but it. is tin  meanest, world that' sonic people ever  gol into. Tbe worst thing lhat ever  happened to tlieni '.'.'as their cradle,  nnd 1.1,0 best thing that will e'er  iiiippm 10 Ilu-iii will Ik; tlieir grave.  Hut notice that some one must  take tlie storm for the chickens.  Ah.  the  hen   l,ii!:es  the  storm. 1  have w-iilclied her under ihe pelting  rain. J have seen her in the'pinching frosts. Almost frozen to diath  or almost strangled in Hie waters,  and what a light she nia!;cs for  thu young under, her wing if a 'dog  or a hawk or a man come teo near!  And so the brooding Christ takes  the storm for us. What- Hood of  anguish and tears that did not dash  upon liis holy sou)'.' What beak of  torture did not pierce his vituls ?  What barking Cerberus of hell was  not let out upon him from the Kennels? Yes the hen lakes '.he storm  for the chickens,' nud Christ, takes  the storm for us. Once the tempest  rose so suddenly Hie hen could not.  gel with her .young back from tho  new ground to the barn, and tliero  she is under the fence half dead.  And now the rain turns to snow, and  it is.1111 awful night, aiid in the 11101 n-  ing the whiteness about tho -.' gills,  and the be'uk down in the. mud show ���  that the mother is dead, and tho  young ones come out and cannot  understand'why' the mother;.'" does  not scratch for them something, to  eat, nnd they walk over her . wings  und call with their tiny voices, but  there is no answering cluck. She  took the storm for others and perished. . Poor thing! . .'Self .sacrificing  even unto death! ��� And does it not  make you lliink of him who endured  all for lis?'So'llie wings ui'der  wliich we come'for spirituiv.1 safety  are blood spattered wings, ��re night  shadowed wings, are tempest, torn  'wings.. ' In tlm Isle of; Wight I  saw the grave of lMnccss Elizabeth,'  who died while a(jprisoner at Cai'is-  brook castlo, her linger oii an open:  Bible and pointing.to the v words,  "Come:unto mc.all ve that' labor  and arc heavy laden, and I ';--'��� will  give you rest." Oh, come ; under  the wings! " .- 'yi        '��� .'-,;  ., My. text has its strongest applica-,.  lion for people "-'.who'" were born ,'���''"' in  the'country,' wherever you'inhy- now.  live, and thai is the majority." of  yoii. You cannot hear my 'text with-,  out having all the rustic..: scenes of  the old farmhouse;come back to you.  Good old days they wei'o. /You knew:  nothing , much 'nf; the. "world,  for "you had; not seen", the - world.  By law.,of association you cannot,  .recall,the  brooding  hen  and her,  chickens jyithout seeing also the'harn  and-the haymow,, and tho ' waeon  shed and Hie house and the .'fires-do'-  with the big backlog before;,wliich  ���"oii sat and. the neighbors, and the'  liiirial and the'wedding and tho deep  snowbanks and hear the village' boll  that- called you to worship.-and seeing the horse's which, after '...pulling  you to 'church', stood around .the  old clapboarded meeting house and  those who sat' at either end of-.: the  church: pew .iind; "indeed, ----'all the  scenes of your first foiirtocn ; years,  nnd you; think, of what you '.,were  then- and "of .what you arc,now, and  all those thoughts are. aroused by  the- sight.of Hie. old hencoop. Some  of yoii hnd botti-i'.' go' backjhnd start  again.:. In thought-return-to. that  place and hear the. cluck and - ��� see  the outspread feathers and come u'n-r  dor the iving and inaiVx the Lord  your portion and shelter.. and  warmth, preparing for everything  that may come aiid so avoid being  classed among, those described by the  closing words of my text, "as a hen  gatlieretli her chickens under lier.  wings, and,ye would,not.''        .-..'���.'  When n good man asked a    young  wpmiinwlxii hml abnn'done'd her home  A Long; Felt Wnnt,  Jones���Brainem has just patented an  Invention that is destined to make a  fortune.  Brown-So? What is it?  Jones���An ink bottle that Bounds an  alarm at the approach o�� a mucilage  brush. '   The Letters Would Prove It,  Mrs. Gnley (musingly)���Suppose I  should publish your love letters, dear?  Mr. Galoy���Why not simply make a  public acknowledgment that you married a fool?���Brooklyn Life.  Impatient.  Papa���What's Johnny bawling about  now?  Mamma���About that brass cannon  you gave him.  "Why, groat Scott, he can't have  brotam that already!     -  Mamma���No; that's what ls the matter.���PhlladdphiaKorth>merican.  If a man is shaped all right and his  limbs are as flexible ns they should lie.  he Is able to scratch his own back or  reach any part of his anatomy. Can  vou do it?���Atchison Globe.  Croiaed Vegetab'lea.  A cross between a headless cabbage  and the turnip produced the rape plant.  Cabbage nnd turnips; themselves are  relatives; the lettuce plant also claims  near kin to them, and far back in plant  life grew a parent plant with some of  the characteristics that each now  claims as Its own, from which all.-  three, and many another plant alsot  descended.  The tnnn who'gels' up to make the  ilre does not always get his share of  the beat.-'  imtabillby, Sleeplessness, Peelings of Lassitude and Depression, Weakness and Irregularity of the Bodily Organs.   ,  Thess wo tlio symptoms which point to a depleted nervous system. 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My���si-f-r li.i-<'��� li.en troubled  w-nli .-'M'iv htiid.i'jhe, .but,.theso.pilld.have  curuither.'1, ������;;;������,-���:,,''���:'���-' 'J'.i'-x-Xy^;  X'.-.J ,:'���  .   '-'   :'���-���'./��� Keeping Meat. ..:'.:",.''.  Meat It Is said, can be kept fresh for  a week or two by putting it into sour  milk or buttermilk and placing It in a  cool cellar. It must of course be rinsed  irell before lt ls used.;  000coo��a00��oo����oa ��o00 w*eooeeoooooooooooot��98��  C.-m Bucommcn' It. Mr. Enos Bonberry,  Tuscnrora, wrues: "I am nloiuiivl to soy that  Dn. T110.MAS'; lii.Ecrnio Oit. is all that you  dalmittobo-aswehavobewiusiiiKitforyaurs,  lioth intsinall" und oztersully, iiDilhavoalirays  recoived lieoafit from its use. - It io our inmny  medicine, niel 1 take firoiit jiloasuro in re'.-om-  meiidiii^iL."        ��� ������ "/''  ������'���.'  1 ���"  ���  ��� '-  0  ���  ��� For Sale Everywhere  Try our P a r lor  Matches.  They produce a quick LIGHT'  without    a n y     objectionable '  ;'fumes;" .'::���;.::'-. ���'...������ ,x:x.".'-X'lX[f"::;  ��  ��� -  V  '-,��� ���.  THE!  ��� ���  o  o           ....    ������0O9��00��0 9000��0��0��OeOO(t9 99����� �����9 99 0 O���9 e������A  LIMITED,   ? HULL,  ilyXiVtMm^xyxl  ��� ���':������  e  .'������������  and who was depl"oTiiig~lier'=iwretcri:  edncss, whj- she did not return, the  reply was: "1 dare, not go home.  Jly "father is so provoked he would  not receive me home." "Then.-'  said the 'Christian mnn. "I will test  this." And so he wrote lo the father, and the reply came back, .and  in a letter marked outside "Immediate" and inside saying. "Let her  come at once; all is forgiven." So  -Rod's invitation for you is marked-  ."Immediate" ou Iho outside, and inside it is written, "Hd will iibtin-  dnntly piwdoii." Oh, yo wanderers  from Cod nnd happiness .mid home  und Heaven, come under llie sheltering wing. .Some ot you'have been  a long while drifting in the tempest,  of sin nnd sorrow and have hoom  making for tilts breakers. Thank  Hod, Die tide hns turned. Do  you nol feel tho lift of the billow?  Tho grace nf God (hat bringeth salvation has appeared to your 'soul.'  nnd, in. the words of lion'?, .to lluth,  I commend you lo "th-> I .mil Hod  of Isiuul, under who'-e win;;s thou  li.ist come to trust."  \   I'litcllliii;  Until T>llini*lil.  She ��iis not from Chicugo.  "Don't anger mc," '���he said.  "How am I" to know when you're  niiiT.V?"  he asked.  "I always stamp my feel," sho  answered.  Te looked down at her dainty  shoes.  "Impossible," he said. "Thoio  isn't loom ior a stump on eilher of  Hum."  Y.'hy go limplnfj End whlaiiiff about your  cnrmi, wlioa a 23a bottloof llolloway'n 0 Jrn Cure  ^rill romova theml Give it atrial, aud you will  not'regrefc'k. ;  "."   ""���  "^������������rr~J-^^^^~  i       .; Deeply Impreuneil.  "Did yez show Casey, tho conthractor,  the Wash'n't'n monnymint?": asked Mr.  Eafferty. -':,-.'".;     '..[��� "'   :  : "1 did,' answered Mr. Dolan, "an*: he  wor deeply iniprissed."      ':.';.  "What did ho say?"' -  ;.. ,     :  ���>'  "He said it wor the tallest ono-story  buildin'   he   ivver  saw!" ��� Washington  -Star.;;v'; ';���'���   .-'������'':���'������.���' ��� ':::  "���'���',-'������.���  MABJJ'SL1EIENT is nseiliyPliyslclais,���ii,ii\  Discretion the Better Part. -  'Miss Gushington���But were you never frightened, captain, when you saw-  the enemy advancing? i:iX;[ ���  Captain Kandor-No; ��� 1 felt safe Belong as I bad a couple of life preservers with.me.   -.  ; Miss Gushington���Life preservers?   ,  CaDtain; Kandor���Yes;   my . legs.���  -.'.--. .In-the Ark,- ��� ���-.'.  "Don't annoy your father,!' whispered Mrs. Koah to Shem. "He's ln a bad  humor.".: ',���;.., ���   !;  '[What's .wrong with him?" queried  Shem curiously. r  "Why," replied Mrs. Noah, "he went  out: on tho hurricane deck to let one'  of the doves loose, and the wlnd'turned  hisV umbrella wrong side outl"���Ohio  State Journal. -  .; nellcTcd.' ';:���������:���'--   ..'���',  "Whut is thet yew hev ther'?" queried   Uncle   Ebouezer,  adjusting his  spectacles.       "  "This," replied the faker, "is known  as the three shell game." .'���*'',.  "Gosh, I wuz afoer'd It'wns gold  bricks!" :_______:    ',�����.'  [Inprofltuble".     "  First Waiter���Why did yo' look so  tour nt dat mnn. Sinn?  Socoud Waiter���llu gimme a tip ono  time.  First Walter���Ah thought dnt would  mnke yo' look pleased.  Second Waiter���No; it wns a tip pn  de races, and Ah lost $10.���New York  World.         Omvht to Try Paying CiMh.  "I don't understand It," wailed Bigs-  ley.  "Don't understand what?"  "The more I contract my bills the  more they expand."���Baltimore News.  VV. N. TJ. No. 306.  '''':.''::'''     :;::'" Her';Pet;Pnd.';':'  Mrs. Jones���Mrs. Vltohlnson is the  greatest woman to stick to a fad lever  saw.;,:;:;;/-;;/' ���:iXy-;iyiyX:i. i'-ii 111:";'.  Mvs.y Brown���Why, I never heard  anybody mention; that before. [Xy-yX..y  '"''.Mrs. Jones���Can't help that, it's so,  all ������the'' same.; Just; see how she has  gone on admiring that husband of. hers  these twenty years and more.���Boston  ���Transcript;      -- [���-���-���������. '���'..ixij iyiyiyi  ' Mnnlch ! Brcwcrlea.       :;.;���;:.:  ; A single brewery in Munich uses 118-  railway freight cars of its own besides  28 belonging to the state.: Other-brew-'  erlt'B have 1��, 90, SO, 100, 80,\etc;yi-y'y  Mlrl-Wiiiaru'r M^i^CiJ^  '���'���;'".;::;;,:' ;.;-.' Bli Ambition.;;;;'" "iyliJyXy,  i. Toung/ Jones-^1 mean to so live that  when I die all the great cities; of.:the  earth shall quarrel over the question  :0f''my;blrthplac& yyiy'ii'ilx''Xy:iyyx::  - Young Brown���Yes; each one will lay  the blame on some other.    ;   . ���;������> '.'ll  ��� Why Bliby boein'tOo.:' "  "BIsby sent the minister ten reasons  for--not* going to: church," bxit he left  out the main-one." ��"'���;'"���':-: :y"yy  '���: 'What Is that?r J. '���'"Xixlyi     ��� Jiyi  "lie,l stays away; .because; his wife  dnesn't,  mnke'  (aim   CO.". ':.;,..:'.  :MMS��� LINliTENT Lumljermaii's Triei.������ ���:  EUCRVRR5W who : plants sbod3';'bf"'. any.;  EfEllllO��UI kind, oithor in tho homo or..  mnrkot gardou, will secure tho bost rosulU from ;  using ' ' -'  from J, M. PERK.1HS, Soodsmnn, 220 Market St,  W    WINHIPiG.;lte3oedinnaulfieo.;:';' ;i.  ISO Kinds forl&dc?  It in & fnct that Salzcrt vcgptablo una flower j  , seeds nro founil in moro gardens.-'-  ^  "b mid on moro lanna limn any othor < ,  iin Amerieii. ;��� ;Tlicro la reason for tliis. ^?,  . Woown ami operatoover KKffl neresfor'  taoproducllonol our oliotcOBccd9..1n-  , order to lnduco you to try tliem i  wematetliolollowtaguiiprcc- t  : edejiiedollcri;:.,  t Foi>iO Cents PdBfpaliIJi  I I : ' lQtiiiignlDecatcarllcittiielOEir,  -.M     'lOiorliSlorlDBt toroslofli,, ���-. ,'  B5peerle�� tatoeiurteUe*^.:  MiplendMlwotiorH,;: ���! ^..-'^ ,,- , ,  Ud gorgcoDily beaulirtu flimer wSb,  innUlMklnda posiUydyfnnilBliliw-'i  ,, tiuslicls ot cliarmliiB Bowers��� ana /  lotaand lota ot: diotcd veRetaMcs,/  tocotlier with onr great.catnloifuoif  teulrmall nbout Teoslnto ana Tea \  Oat and Bromus nnd Sceltz, onton..  ' - ��ecd at coo. a round, etc.', all for;  SOc la Canadian stomps.  '   JOHN A. SAL2ER SEED C0.r  La Crosse, Wis.,  WLaWBLWSm.  Chilly.  :. "la It an oii-  g a g e in e ii t  ���ring?"  :--'���'; ���:  "No," answered the ofttimes  smnmer girl;  "It Is a souvenir.";'. '������'i;-'''y  '.'.'."But you .sny.  you don't remember who  gave It to you."  "That is true,  but' It may he  considered an  effective souvenir, none the  less, I have no  doubt the donor often recalls  what 'It cost  iitidroiiifiiilii'i's  in i'."-Wit s h-  Jugtnn Star.  I.oslc.  ;   ��� HER PROMISED DOLL.I  "Sny, mil, Is pocket  plckln' hard to do?"  "Nuw; It's a cinch  when you get .your  bund in."���Scrlbncr's.  Filial Cuniililcrntlon.  "Y.cs, slree," snid Farmer Ccrntassel,  "Josh is ii right good'boy," an1 ll great,  coiii"ort to'h'ls pnreiits."  ' "IJut he doesn't help' mu'eli around  the farm."    ���     ���  "I know It. But, on the other hand,  he .doesn't stand around , Uhe some  young men an' act reproachful because  he hns to do his loulln' lu a spring  wagon Instead of an automobile."���  Washington Star,  'tittle: Glrl'ii pi.-ll��rlitfal Antlclpatlon  .'.'''\'^..''.--:,;-3Iorc'!Tliuii':.iteali>!cii.';" "���'.';;���'���.  ��� This is the story they toll' of "a cun-  : ning;little' five-yoar-old git'l' whose nurse  had hcoii'promising hoivall .'summer"a  little cooii doll ..when the family reached  the city If she would' ho very good and  -obedk'ntr^This^wns-a-delightfuhiii'oniise,^  and the little girl was as good as a little  fivo-yoar-oid could ho. Then, the family  came hack to, the city a little earlier than  usunl, and something interestirig happened���a brand new hhby ciinic to the house.  It was a funny, red faced littlo creature,  .Which only a loving mother 'and experienced nurse could possibly consider boKU.  ti fill, hut 'if was 'n' great-thing for'; the  little girl, who had. never before in her  short lifp soon a real live haby.,..-:!  "Thero,1 Is a grcnt 'surprise for you,",  dnid ��� the nurse,' triking' tho ���five-year-old ;  up stnirs, whiiietho littlo new sister was'  lying snuggled: up  under a canopy of :  ni'usliii   and   ribbons,'' '"What'do  you  think' of' that?" 'she''continued,  liftingV  tlio dlttlo^girl-so: that sho' could see tho  "tunny llttlo  face on the white pillow.  And the little girl wus as much ploasod as  every one hail expected she would'he.  fthc guro the uuiso a big hug ns she  cried:    :  ."Oli, uurslo.ls that my coon doll?"���  New York Times.  ' Ferho.pl!  How many peoplo when they marry,  carefully put aside their Joint love letters as one of the most cherished possessions of their future life,. and In  how many cases afterward do they,  ever take them out and look at' them?  Now, why Is this? Partly perhaps  because the time of romance is over  ond practical, everyday life naB< begun; partly, also, we will hope, because  now they can say so many nice things  to eacb other, and there ls no need 'to  read over the past nice things they,  have written.- ���  . . AS A BUTTER MAKEE  DOMINION  GOVERNMENT IN A NEW  AND SUCCESSFUL ROLE.  A Dnlry lluslness Conducted Under Government Auspices���Tlie Government  Creamery at Criljmrj��� How thu I'i ojtot  Win Finance,!���How tlie 18 Creiimeriea  Cover u Large I xpiii.iu or loultur) ���  Wlmt Ihu Cotcriiinuiit UiiilcilalKK.  Moie thnn 1,000,000 pounds of  golden xellow bu tie, is boing iinnod  out of the Dominion Cox eminent  Licumciios. located m the toi i iloi us  of Assinabola, .Susluitchouuii und  Alliuita, inch j cm,  Hack of this statement tiu>ie is  an lutoii'stiiig histoiv of thu <lo-  lelopmcnl of an Indiislix of gicut  impoi taiiio to tliu f.unicis of tho  ten Holies Jsucciss- did mSt como  until the oxpeiiiiiom luul \u\ ni'iu ly  failed bucniiso oi a link in ex-  pei lcnxo, not in buiiiu making,  but    in iiiMiHicimg the piujocl  It Mas iu IS'n that the .igniul-  tuial dop.u tincnt of the IVdoial  Government flist look hold of tho  duny inteiests of tho western ter-  i Hones 1'ioxioiis   to   thut     lime  soxcinl pnxatc xicamoncs had been  consti uctcd, and un attempt iniidu  to opciute thum, but m nculy oveiy  case thoy hud pi oven failuics Soi-  tlciiiont had not at thnt time ,td-  i.mxcd fui enough to uiloid a sufh-  ticnt pioductioii of ci emu to keep  a tioamoiy numinc, if it had to de-  pond upon j.nv one lox.xlitv If, on  thoothei hand, it ��ould not tin n out  a consideiablo aniount of buttei oath  veil, and so bo able to do a laige  business,, the maigin of jiioht    on a  "V&*  when it has Been ciolixeied     at    the  station platfoiiu "  From each lot of cioam recened a  samplo is taken and ihuinod in a  test chum Prom this the vnliie in  butter is judged of the cntjie lot  when it is mnnufuctuied into butter  in the gieat churns Foi this transput tation of u cam, the maniif.ictuic  and marketing of buttei the faimer  is chained fom cents pei pound If  this fails to moot the expense of operation the Government makes up the  ERIN'S   INDUSTRIES.  REVIEW OF HER TRADE DURING THE  FIRST YEAR OF THE CENTURY.  GOVFItXMI XT GW'AMHIY Al CXI OAKY  small business was not suihuent    to  live s  Out of those puvato croamei ics the  faunois xxcio getting but little  Mnny of them, m fact, \xeic getting  nothing, as the uoumenes wotc too  fai away fiom them to icach thora  without paying excessive fi eight  charges on thoir cioam, in addition  to the nsk thov had to take of its  souting1 befoie iinching the point of  innnuiactuie, and tho Government  undeitook to supply thu demand.  A special duny commissioner's de-  paitmont x\us li cited as a feature  of the agiiniltuial department ofthe  Government, mid to this, was given  an ample capital for tho leasing of  cicainoiics nlicudy built, and foi  the buildings of otheis as the business xvaiunited To lopny the Government foi building noxv cieamoncs  it xvas pioposcd to establish a sinking fund to xx hull would bo paid one  cent poi pound for all bultor inunu-  factuied Applications xx-eio very  many, and soon it was seen that it  was no more possible for the ' de-  pnitmcnt to have built nnd equipped  all the crauneiies that weie demanded than it would have been possible  for thorn to have opoiatcd them successfully and piofitably if they had  been built, and the attempt to meet  the demand came near pioving disastrous to the xx hole cntoipiise But  a solution for the dilemma in which  tho dopai tinent found itself was finally found, a solution so simple, and  so piacticable, that it tinned a seeming failure into  immediate success  Tho Government teased to build  cienmeries, but instead attempted  the opciation of such as xxcio built  cither by stock companies, individuals or municipalities, thus vthiowing the burden of constiuction upon  those , xxho insisted that their  election was necessary, and that  their opointion xvould piovc ptofit-  ablc At the same time the chaigcs  for manufactuie and inaikcting woio  bomewhat changed ��.  To-day thcic aio in operation  tluoughoitt those tciutouos 18  ctcnmciies located at Chiuchbi ldgo,  Saltcratcs, Yorkton, Jloo^omin,  Wlntcfoid, Gienfel, Qu'Appolle, Rc-  gina, JIooso Jaw, Sraple'.Crock, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Calgary.Olds,  _-IjuiisfaU,_RecL:Deor,_Tindnstoll, JWe--  taslCiwin, Strathcona and Foit Saskatchewan ,Of the duny depnttmont  of tho Government Calgaiy is-, (he  hendgitartcis, and to ihis'point  TUB OOVFHXXIKST r.AllI'l.  do'lcioiicy, but when it moio tlmn  pujs tho evponsc a dividend is pnul  thi' stockholders, nidixidual oi nui-  niup.ility owning the iic.imciy plant  and  buildings.  Dm nig the summer season an nd-  xnnco puce of tin cents per pound  is paid the faiinci monthly, and m  xx mt ci iin ndxancc finie of 1,1 cents  per pduiid is paid monthly Up to the  piesent tunc the price icili/od by  tho funnel for all buttei m.inufac-  tuiod by the Gou-i nment li.is i.inged  hit ween 17 und 18 icnls pei pound,  .���nit the diffoienre is mud twice an-  nii.illj, the lust of Xjix oiiibiM and I he  inst of .May A small poition of this  ionics finin the sale of bj-pioducts  with wnich the i.iiinoi is cioditod,  and which is sold usually to individuals in tho neigh'joiliood of each  cio.inioiy  A maiket foi the buttei manufac-  Iinert in those Goxeinmcnt domiciles  is found in Iii itish Columbia, in the  Kooten.iv mining di-tiut, in the  Klondike, in the fm eastern coiin-  tncs .ind to tho -Voithxxest Mouitted  Police, and is shipped in <c.iled tins  of one, two and iixe pounds and in  Austiaiian butter boxes of 14, 28  and jG pounds Around each pound  i oil is a waxed pnsei bearing the  Goxeumioiit label  Vtithin tho pnst xenr the department has attempted to find a maiket for xx ostein Canada eggs, and  h no met xxith considciable success  though on a small scale An advance  pi no of ton cents pei do/on is paid  the faimeis moiitlilx. but an avoiage  pi no of about 17 cents pci do/en is  In mg scuued The eggs ,ue '���hipped  to C'algiiix and held theie in cold  stoi.igo xx,uchouses until thocuircnt  pine xx an nuts thon  sale  FOURTEENTH    CENTURY   COTTAGE.  I'lircliiise Desired in t-ii^liind us u National  CuriomM.  The lllustiation shows a picturesque fomtcenth contuiy lottugc, the  pin chase of which is dcsn ed in England as a national cunosity Tins  littlo house stands in tlio village  stieet of Tiexena, ht'ttoi knoxxn as  Tintagol, in Cornwall, and its deep-  set poichcs, roof of heavy slabs of  slate, and general suiioundings have  long been the delight of ni tists Tho  plan of the house is that of a foui-  toonth ccntuiy dwelling,  with     low  ,.*;t^-\TO:-x-��*YPirv~  ..   ^ 0 J} nlVia I >��� " �� ��  11UTTEII HBAPY 10K SHIMIE.XT.   ,.'  shlpjicd all tho prodticl of tho other  ci enmoi los. < ' EnormoUsi .cpld-slot age  houses aro pioxidcd "(lieie] and in  these tho buttpr is kept until thu  state of inarkot xxrirrants its salo.  To mako "these 18 cictimeiies meet  tho demands of such a~>gioat^ox-pniiso  of tonltory as is included' within  the boundai jes (of Assinnboia, ,Sas-'  kntchewan 'nnd Albertava system' of  cream transportation lias 'been arranged ���' x .      '  At stated .times a refngeiator car  fiom    each    cieameiy   |mtikop,    tho  rounds of tho rai/ioad stations  j in  the teiiitury set veil by tho creamery'  in which Ihe farmer's >crciim"is convened  to tho-point.,of manufacture.   -> . ��-,-. i�����#  ,   ��-,  The Govoi nment   nnanged for    and      An css��y ��n happiness resolves it-  pays tho expense of this sei vice, and   8elt lnt�� onB rule.     Pay all      bills  assumes all liability for the    ci cam ' Prompt ly.  iISfiuraiiuKJue  FICTURI SQtlK JIOUSi: 0V  liRITISII COAST  construction and massive walls, specially built to piotect its inmates  fiom the fmy of the Atlantic  gales Enteiing thiough one of  the heavy doois winch shelter behind the poichcs, the visitor finds  himself in a passage communicating  with a Luge sitting loom, open to  the ioof, and having a stone fnc-  placo and snug window scats Adjoining this loom is a low-ioofod  kitchen and caietaker's room, and  this has a galleiy xvhich xvas probably onco used to sleep in Besides those, thoic aie tluco cun-  ously placed bcd-iooms The roof  timbers sti etching over the whole  house are black with the smoke of  ages.  Too Approprinte.  An English cleigvmnn had married  a young woman with a reputed doxv-  ty of about ��1.0,000, while he himself had "gieat expectations " Needless to sav, oxerv soul in the village knexv about it It xvns the  flist Sunday after then retmn fiom  tho/honoymoon, and when tho     sei-  monwns finished  the pai son pi o-  "ceedod ns usual to gixo out the  hymn, vcisc foi vcise, to his lustic  congicgation All went well until  tho fifth voiso xxas icachod and the  parson began ' Toi ovei let my  gintcful heait," when suddenly and  with somo confusion ho exclaimed ���  /''Omit tho fifth xoise'" nnd immediately began to iccitc aloud the  sixth voi so instead 'lliose who had  hxmn books piomptly ic.id the fifth  veisc  'Toroxcr lot my ci itofni heart  'Ills Ijotindloss gimp .iiinre.  Which I'lxis ten  tlioiitiuil  lileiilngs now,  |And bids uie hope for moio."  . finiIi'm sliniii.  (The exact shape of,the eaith Is  a finest ion xxhiih cannot bo settled  without fiosh evidonio fiom the  'Antaictlc. For this puipii^c two  at least of the expeditions have boon  pioxidcd xvith pendulum outfits, by  noting tho exact length of time occupied bv the swing of a pendulum  the distance of the place of obsoiv.i-  tion fiom the e.iith's centre can he  dote!mined, su.vs tho Popular Science  Monthly It is hold that tho south  polar legion piojoits fui thor fiom  the* plane of the equator than docs  the noith polar legion, accoidmg to  ono estimate the south polo is slightly moie than one-hundicclth fui ther  from -'the' cai th's conti'e than the'  north ipoloJ* �� k ��� .>,-!,  - ��� -IK,    ,,i...,,, -��� ;  ,*:-  An Fimr nn  Hixppliicus.        1^,, ,v  llie Unrvest Better Ihnn la tnglanil���Co-  opeiutlxa UalrlcK���Shlpbuildlne Record \enr���llank Depimlte Make a He-  cord��� lertaln Cuuien [Under luvciit-  ment of suxiiiff*of Iriiliinun In Ireliiml,  Hoxvrxer��� XXorkof Land ConuulMli'ii  Tiie London Times' Dublin conos-  pondcnt, icvlowing iluvdoiuuuiitb in  politics and inmistiy dining lusi  .Xiiu' in licland, say's that the mcas-  ino of what tlio matuiiiil piospcnlx  of liclund would bi> uudei linn .mil  just goxcinment iiiux be gauged fiom  the (on-idol able digiec of piospmty  that she has niiojod m a jciu dining whiih tlio Unitiil lush Luigue  was the ic.il goxcining iioxxoi in two  of her fom piovmics. Tne ji'ai  was ii fauly good one foi the tiadei  and an cxiellciii one foi the faimei  Willi the exieption oi hny and tcm-  poi.uv glasses, all ci ops wciu aljoxe  tho avenge, and the haivisl, ns a  xvhole, was much bettei in ii eland  than in England '1 he potato nop  mis tlie linest in yield and quality  that the countiy has pioduccd foi  moio than a rjii,u let of a centtnx  Tho cxpoit nit tie tiade ii'tuins 10-  \ouls a slight (Imonse, in mcipnlly in  the stoic cattlo tnide, xxhiih xxasm-  juiod bv the seni city of h.iv and  foddoi in GiiMl Hi il.iin. OUm ag-  iiculCui.il uidustiics mado satisf.u-  toiy piogicss dining the vuu 'Ihu  piinciplo of co-opci ation linds m-  ci easing f.ixoi among f.umois Ccn-  ti.il co-opoiative dairy societies, of  which the numbei in ISO'J ivas luO  tue now- almost 200 stiong, and  iheie has boon a c'oiiosponding in-  cio.ise in the iiunibcis of nginiiliiu-  nl societies and banks. Tlio v.ilin  of the output of buttei fiom co-op-  ci alive ci oamci ics and lactones in  1901 was moio than ,C700,000 The  expoit of potter and whiskey maintain the axeiagc of iccent veais  Foi Messis llniland & Wolf 1901  was a wondeiful yeai. The launch  on Apnl 4 lust of the cnoimous Celtic was onlv one of then achievements 'Ihey launched no fewoi  than five of the six laigost vessels  of the ,veai, aiid xvith a total output of 9^,1116 tons, woie the fust  in oidei of the six funis vxlmh led  the shipbuilding woild in the matter of tonnage launched dining the  ycai. A v .u d, long doi elict, has  been seemed on the Liffoy b> Mi  Scott of Ayi, who hopes in the  coming yeai to loxivu ,m mdustiy  that succumbed half a ccntuiy ago  to no othei disease than national  meitia Xinctoen hundiod and ono  xxas a critical yeai foi the Ulstci  linen tiade Time was a" consid-  eiable docio.isc in the quantity oi  expoits The lolunis of'ieeent  months, howexei, have shown .in  lmpiovement, and the tiade entois  upon the noxv yeai in coinpaiatively  favoiablc ciicumstancos 'Iho hni-  vest of the lush Sea hshoiios in  1901 was f.uilv good 'Iho catch  of salmon in the inland iishenes was  considotably laigcr than that of the  pievious year, but xxas still below  the average ot tho dceade  Iho statistics of lush banks in tho  past j car conlum the impicssion of  close students of town and mini  life in Ii eland that thcic is plcnlv  of moncv in the countiy, ,u d that  the slnndatd of comfoit among the  pooler classes was ncxci lughci  Cases of actual xvant and instances  of appalling pov city on nn extended  scale aio censing to be chaiaclinstic  phenomena of certain aspects of Ii ish  social   life  The lcpoits of the principal banks  foi tho inst six months of the year  disclose a satisf.ictoiy financ.il  condition. Tho Bank of Ireland do-  claicd a dividend oi 12 pel cent ,  and the aveiago dividend of five othei impoi t.'nt bunk;, for the same  penod was 11 6 pei cent It the  end of June, 1900, the deposits nnd  cash balances in Jn--h joint stock  banks leached'n total of moie than  foi ty millions���till that time the  highest lecoid foi that pound of tho  xe.u In June, 1901, that tol.il xvas  exceeded by ��1,1SO,000, while as  computed with the ligiucs foi June,  1900, theie was last June nn inci ease of ��5in,000 in tho deposits  in lush savings banks Imfoi innately the sumo causes xvhich dis-  coiuairc Bntish capitalists from  spending money in Ii eland discourage  Itislimen fiom investing then savings in native entcipnsc 'iho  "twenty jeais of flnn jroveiiniuiit"  which xvo aie still vainly expelling  xxould havo unloosed for tho benefit  of-Ii lsh-indiisti y aiid-commci ee ���a  vast aniount of capital that ts noxx  unemployed  The latest lepott of tho li ish  Lund Commission shows th.it sirco  its institution in 1SS1 a sum of  019,000,000 has been issuid in .li,  J100 adxaliens to tenants wlio liaxe  pin chased their holdings uudei the  kind acts The Congested Distiuts  lloaid xvas engaged dining tlie veil  in iho pm ti tion of its laigost put -  chase, the Dillon estate the swooping [dilutions of lent on tli.il es-  tnte have provoked a seiious agitation among the tenants on tin' noiuh-  hoiing piopeity of Loid Do 1'ievni  KNOWN IN CANADA.  Sargenn-ri<-npr��l   Jiimeeon, XXho Itecrntl f  Hi siKtii-d. nml Ilia XXoik.  S.ugoon-Gcncrul Jameson, Direc-  tor-Gcnei.il of the Bntish Army Medical Depaitmont, xxho has jusl lo-  tued ii om that post, is not unknown  in Canada Jn IPfii he mini led a  daughter of the Rev 11 \\ (Jait-  ��i ii la of Kingston, then Uinpl.un of  tin fiuees, and xvhile '���oixing in this  lountix with the d7th liei'iineiit he  tool: p.nt in the- de��fineo ngulnst the  ri'iuiiu nud nml icciixi-d a i.ud.il.  i'i om lii'c ho xxoiif with his icgi-  iiii'iil to the We-st indies and xx is  spinallx- pibmoted foi nu i ilii'ions  sei xieos in lighting a sexeic epu'eiine  of X'lliixx foxci in 'I'linkliiil Ilecoin-  miiiided    a division uf the-     J'uglisl  \iiiliiil.ime in the I'l.iiuo-I'i iissi.in  win, 1871 i-l, and l.iti i veixed 'ns  ov n cuiiiitiv well in Imli.t und m  Hg.vpt Entiling the Ainu Medii.il  .Seixieo in 1S")7, he passid thioith  .ill tanks until lie- was nppm nnl in-  uctni-t.'ciiei.il in l��'.'0, a posiluiu  xx hull li.is hceii one oi c�� tieinc dilli-  c iltv dining tlie Smith Afiiini' w n  On the o-iiiMon of Sui|-e<m-Gi nci.il  .l.iiiU'Siin's ii'tiii ment Ins .uli mc s in  T ondoii tcndcied hun u banquet and  the cl' inimni iii ii'feiiinu to these  c'lfliii lues, likeuid t1 cu to the position ot the Is jniti'i of old, who  'xeie evpoctei' to make 'i il��s xxilh-  ci't -t'i.w 'Ihe public lie --iii'l hi il  ,.o nlj i of the difue dlv of rug.'iu nig  the losmt.il sei x ccs io' South Ai-  iKi' and tlie x oik v .'s oulv .ikoiii-  |ib led by those ch'iged \ ith that  dut., in South Afne.i ihiounh Uu  i.iiiiuilx and coiit'iiuil/ xxit'i xxhiih  "���ii'iqej i-Geiici.ll .Ja' coil xxas alili  I-, sunplv th"iu xxith mull" Ml and  I m somel Thex i cci'^ni/i d tlint lughl  lii' x.ilio of ,i long life spout in the  sei i ice of his coi.i'dx, und thej hop-  id tl'.a Hi J .line ,oii might long en-  .iov   li s letiioiiiont  KtiinLon-Gcnci.il Jameson, in le-  spuiii'mg, s.nd it had been his Jorum'- to have been lliicetoi-Gcnoial  dining a veiy exontful penod, when  a fall .mi xx .is put upon tho medic.il  seixuo surli as was nevei befoie put  upon it .iiiice the beginning of the  w u thoy had lcceived fiom South  Unci, India and the eolonios     fiO,-  000 inv ilids   and .ill those had   been  1 lOMt'cd loi without .i single hitch  Th��* innicip.il medical oflicei in South  Afi'cu had iccently iopm ted to him  that ho had at tlio piesent time  about 21 000 beds equipped, not  counting iho pioxision made in the  loid hospitals, and xvhin it tins ie-  loliected th it in the whole of Eon-  don t'loio xx oie onlv 30 000 beds, ho  thought that tlie magnitude of the  work tliev had uudei taken would lie  .lupicci.itcd Ihe pinate hospitals  that xx oie oi gam'oil in England had,  oi couise, been oi the g' oatcst service to them The TIospii.il Commission had stated in then lopoit that  on no piexious^oicision hrd the sick  and wounded beoii so woll looked after as thov had been in tins wni,  and wheu the histoiv of the campaign came to bo vntti'ii he vvas  convinced th.it that verd.ct would  be uphold  -��- J*f** ���o.l.d'Uj.'NIJi-'1' i- '  SALISBURY'S SON.  Young l'ecr VX llu Mai Stirred Up u Llrclj  lutein itinn il Debute -In 1 arlla-  inent ^eveu Year*  Lord Ciunboine, who hns just stir-  rod Eitiopoun diploniiitic utcles to  its piofoiindc'st depths b.v his statement in tho llntish House of Commons that Iiut foi England tlio powers xx-ould have intei vencd to prevent the Np.inish-Ameili'nii win, is  the eldest son of the .Marquis of Sul-  islnuy, 1'ii'iiiiei  of England  Wioiinl Ciniiliiii no enteicd Pailia-  nii nt scion xe-I-, ago al tho age ol  IOltD (I.AM.IIIIXI  twoutx-five Young Ciunboine was  ululated in Oxfoid and was maiiicd  to tho daughtci of the fifth Eail of  Ai'.'n He has lopiesentcd the Dai-  xxeu dixision of 1 iiieiislinu and for  scxeial yeais has sat foi Itocliostei  lie is Undci Seeictaiy of State for  PoieiL.n Affnus Loid Ciunboine  Mill succeed his father as Alaiqius of  X ilis'jm v  ll xx.is an linpicssrxc scene in the  IIoii'-c of Coiinnoiis wlien the vouug  statesman, in nnsxxei to a question  fiom the Liboial side, stated that  Gir-at Hi ilain n.id ii'ftised to cnter-  tai'i .i p.nno >it'oii iioin the Euio-  poan powois that joint action b<  t.i\,cii to pi ex cm tne uutbicaU of  hostilities between the United States  and Spain 'Ihe an no unco mon I that  England had lefusi'd to mtcrfoie,  which, xxas made iiinid absolute silence, xxas lcceived xxith a buist of  nnging cheeis such as seldom gicct  tho nieic answei to a parliamentary  question  Both Geimtiny nnd llussia have  hastened to disclaim any participation in the pioposcd mloivontion  'Iho pioposition, it is alleged emanated fiom Austiia and had the suppoit ot some of the poxveis in a ten-  titixo xvay but the unwilliiigness, it  is snid, of Geimnny, Russia nnd England to intei feie in the mnttci caused its final ielection  Clcrzxninn VI ho VI on Victorl i Onus  The Rev. James Williams Adams,  V C . Vicai of Stow Ba. dolpli.wllom  tho Kmg has appointed io be one  oi his Chaplains in Oidm.ny, m  nlncc of the now Bishop of Duih.un,  is famous as "the only cleigvmnn  xxno over won the Victona Cioss."  He was nn aimy chaplain, and had  accompanied tho 9th Lam eis to-  waids Cabul to avenge the nnndoi  of Sn Louis Civ agnai i^ At the  battle of Chninsinh, in 1879, ho saw  a wounded Lascai icti eating, whom  ho helped While ho xxas doing this  his own horse bolted The chnji-  l.un had then to make his way  back on foot, exposed to n muidei-  oits file On his wav he hcaid a  gi eat* splashing at tho bottom of a  deep cutting, ,nid saw ti>o Lascais  thoie, unhoiscd, struggling in deep  water With/ tlie Afghan bullets  whistling ovei his head, the biavu  pai son waded into tho sti cam, pulled both men eloai of thon plunging  hoises, and sot them fit inly on the  bank All thiee got safe-ly back to  camp.  >nusht line In lSl-'-14.  Ore of the most distinguished of  Bntish naval tominiindcis who  fought on our lakes dining the wni-  of 1S12-1-1 xx .is Coniinodoio Daniel  Pnng Enteiing the iov.il r.avy , nt  a veiy c.uly ago, he xvas cl midshipman on boaid tho IUisscl .it tho battle of Copenhagen in 1801, and had  ii'cn to a lieutouancv when tlie outbids of the xvai with the United  States summoned him to Aincnean  -wv.tois���I'i oni- Lidve-Oiitai io��� w hoi o  his Hi st ti'im of active seixieo was  passed, ho was removed to Lake  Ummpliun in tunc to tukc a. pint in  the disustioiis fn>lit of Pl.ittsbiug  Bay, xxl.cio if the entne flotilla had  fought as siucossiully us did the  Siiniot, untiei ins command, thoic-  would h.ixe hieii unothei is'-uo io  'ho enga 'eineiit Ultimutclj he ��as  pioniotrd to the West Indian st.i  Pun xxlieio he died of .vollow fexei,  oil Pol t llovil, J.ii'iiuca, on Xoxom-  boi- 20,  1& I "  HUNTS WITH CAMERA.  English Society Woman Wlio Has Snapped  lilz Oanin in Rockies.  Lord and Lady Algernon Gordon  Lennox, as the guests or cx-Si>nalor  Wolcott of Coloi.ido have been en-  jojing the spoit of pin suing the  mountain lion to his liar and other  strenuous diversions peculiar to tho  Rocky mountains  At tho Donvci home of Senatoi  Wolcott the distinguished visitors  havo     been     hospitably entertained.  THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.  LESSON XI, FIRST  QUARTER,  INTERNATIONAL SERIES, MARCH 16.  I s|���|3  ���f Ifiinxxnit  AMKiiniptlffti ol III*1 I in illnli. i.  A wiitei in the Chiistnuis nuiiihci  of 'Ihe (-'.iidenei's Jliig.i/ine glxes ,in  amusing desn iption of the ciuuni'iei  He, xniios The coolness of iho cucumber lonsf itsiiii its aiuliiiioiis  assumption of solidity with n iiiiiu-  miiiii of uistificiition Heie \xe h.ixe  a massixe looking club, as big, m.ix-  1)0, as a policeni.in's'tiiinihcon and  yet, when wc como to amili.c it. it  is piacticilly a yaid, ofL pump wntei,  with a^pmcli or,'two of snClt in .'it  Only about one-twentieth of its niii'-s  Is aught but aoun puia, and xet not  only, does this 'Vogctub(oj fi and pose  as nn individual of substance, though  otily woith a. shilling in the pound  so ,t6 speak, but it is not oxen solvent'in anotliec^sens'e, that is,sgns-  tniiiomicallj,'1 since it' icsists digestion and bloods tlio h.deous night  maic in tho stiuggle Aiclulecl in ally, iii'lco.I, the ciieumbci is one of  Natuie s wondors���London Leader,  Tlicio is n stoiv of Tennvson told  bv n man of letteis still living, mixs  M A V. llo hud gone down to sic  Tennxson at his homo in Iliu-lcmo <���  and the two fi tends went out foi  a walk Tln.x hid not gone fm  when thex s.ux two otlnr ptilesliians  appioiichnig 'li'iin\>on got veiv  ovcited, ovi l.ui.ied thnt thi'-o cten-  tuies would st.ue hun out of uiin -  tciuincc, and |iul Ins gte.it Mowing  Llonkv���a gai ment lu1 much uffpclcil ���  aiound lus face, so ns to pnitinlly  conceal it fiom then iiieveient .ind  common giue Bit the tounsts, all  micoiiscious of the gieat presence  thoy weie passing walked on, a 1  they did not oxen look and then  .Tennyson tinned with n look of anguish and suipnse on his face and  said, "Why, they didn't look at  mel*;  Tho Kin." n Gnlfcr.  King Edwnid VII. is the first British monarch to play golf sinco tho  days ol J aims II.  LADY OOP.DOX- I.T\X0X  Making their hcndquaiteis at Wol-  hmst, sevci.il trips into the mountain wilderness have furnished them  with excitement a-plcnlv  Lady Lennox did not tanyji_guti2_  as���she-had no-desiio"to-tako the  lixes of the animals, but instead  earned a camera to shoot them in  bloodless fashion On one of lheir  tups she was foi lunate enough te  get a shot at a gi lzzly beat, which I  ���ti ophy she prizes highly and xvlurh |  no doubt will furnish a theme  many a tluilling stoiy on her  tuin to England  Besides tho hunting exclusions, tho  distinguished couple ascended Pike's  peak, a dilhcult font in tho ixintei  season. Soveial d.ixs weie also  spent on the niouiitniii game pie  soixcs of J S. Osgood of the Colorado Tuel and It on ComPnuv 'Hus  is situated in the mountain fastnesses of southern Coloi .nlo a wild  nnd foi bidding wilderness the mi-  tuiai homo of the wild ci en tin us  that inhabit that legion.  Text or (tie Leaaon, Aotn rill. -U-IO.  Mcinurjr Veriea, ,'14, US���Golile'u Tvs(>  Bom. x, 10���Ctiiiuue-nUii-> l'rcxi irc<l  by Hev.D. M. Slenrna, <  (Copyright, 1502, li} Xmcrlriin I'mi As'oclitlon.l  20. "And the tuigcl of the Luul -.puke  unto I'hilip, siijuig, At iso und go toward  the ^olltll." The pi ox lolls ni^i snjs thut  I'ctir nnd Juliu liu.iclud the xxntd uf the  l.oid in S.iinniin, mid then, uu then wny  Iiiii k In Jcnn-jlctn, piciichul the gospel  in iii.iii.x xilliiKi'-t uf llie r-iliiiiuit.ins They  rxlih'iitl.i lift Philip lili"} in the midst of  ii greul \xo,k In Siin.iii.i. and xxhilo eun-  tiniiiii/ f.iilhfullj tu pie.ich (Jl.ust u uies-  siii/ii finin l.iiixui is sent tu hun coia-  in.uidiii,- hun to km Siiin.uiii and go  doxxii lo the di'���nt w ij, xxhiih wns betw i on Joint ilein iiml (l.i/.i. It ini.x liaxe  skiiiii! .< sti.in,|0 uud uiiii.isdii ililo thing  to h lie .1 gieat Wull. ind ^'ii tu .1 desert ���  to id wiiluuit Lt'uirf told xv lix ul wuoie-  feii-. but tin- ,ai u ���iioitii <u ii imo vxuiker  With Iiml must he ' x.iili.uand iiludiotit."  2", '21 'And li ui'^c .mil ixcnt, ,lud,  till i Id i in in of Ili'iiu.ii.i, vx ho h id come-  to l(iisil,,..i loi to v i i-hip, i.,is ii.uin-  ll.g ill, ^lit.lln' in lus cluiio'. load  l's.nis t'ie | millet " Ilcio. t'a'ii, is the  Uii-oii "t the i' rici's ximi tu I'l iliji God  six llo iijiiciuu soul ol this in in of  gu.it untl 0 in u ule, the (imuu ol Ltluo-  pi i, .nil Ik Mi Id su-.} th. t loiu-iug  'nil. aid riiiup >le lm'it.d mi'sse igcr  in K IIP i ,i x, is tin cl uscn xc--cl (Joil  1 in1, tl t Me li.ul u p.n.'ipt .uul iiLodicnt  boixnnt i'i VI 'lip  '2'.), HO '11 en tin spu.t sniil unto riiil-  U>, t!o no ii .ind ihu lux-olf I > this chariot ' At S m i" i .!������ .ui.il spok.' to lnm;  mow the llo'j S,i it ! 'I. linn wh't to do.  Vs lo the Smut in i\i- f tn hehexeis sec  elinplois < ID, .1, 1.' v.n '2. xxi, 0, 7,  nnl lonsidi iln inoi"i-es iu Tehu siv,  _'b, \x, 2b, vxi, 1,! 11 is pussiLlo foi u��  tu lieii tlie xoiee of tne Spi.it and be  .tuuled lx il.in ,ct(e ulto lst. mx, 21.  Hoi1 has |i i'iiisid ili.u He will su ely  guide His pto.i'e IPs x-.x.i, S), and I be-  lioxe He h-niiks in one oi otl ei of tluco  w.ivs���bx il s Spi.it thiough Ilib woid. If  noci'-s.ux b.x'Iln. ispnit iput fiom His  xx oui, hut nexi'i cont. uj tu it, and hy  His puxidcniis ��i tlio exonts of daily  lite A boliixi> oi ,!it to Lo a Spmt idled  .uul Spint eontiollod pot sun, and .since  God disiios it w1 it can lundei but our  iinxxilliur'iitr:s'' 1'tonpt end obedient,  I'lulip i in to the eft u lot .mil, heiiiug the  eunuch iisidiiig in the piophiu ol Isiu.ih,  he sudi "Und-isti'ide'st thou xv Ii it thou  ic.ijest'" boo xx hit pains God will t.ifce  to e.inso one to iiiuloistand Mis vxord  when no sees that desre in tho heart,  und iciicuibci hoxx tho I old Jesus on the-  lcsuiioiiion iln.v took txxo ot tluec hours  to opon the Scnptiuos to those txxo xxho.  xxeie slow of heait to bohero (Luke xv:iv,  3J)     Max liis pat.onco bo oms.  dl 'Ho desiiod Philip tli.it ho would  eoine up .uul sit with hun" Tho tieas-  iii ei of tho qui en xxns i gioat man and  lit this time niiniy in his tli tnot. while  Philip was pooi iin] pioh.iblj had the-  appearance of .i w.uxxu u tuvclci, jot  see hew coidinlly ho is locoixed by the-  man of authority M.iuj messages hnvo-  beon unspoken and letteis unxx rittcai  xx Inch the Spmt Ins wlnspeicd because-  some tmud soul has fenicd lobuke. It is-  oius to ohoj, lesults mo tho Loid's. See  Jor. i, 7-9.  32, 33   Ho was reading of somo ono-  who h.id bion ciuolli ill ticatcd, hut, like  a lamb oi n shoep, xxas dumb before hisi  pcisoeutors���-one fiom whom all justice  was  t.iken axx'ay and  xvho  xx.is  finally  slum.   The story is so familiar to us that  it docs not affect us.   Wc haxe heard! it  fiom tho piopliets who foictold it and in.  tlio gospels fiom tl.oso who actually witnessed tho fulfillment of tho piophocies-.  Vx'e know, or piofcss to know, liini of>  whom the piophets sp.iko, who fulfilled!  cxeij  piopliocj  concerning llis��� humiliation, but hoxx- much do wc care?   This* '*  man road with interest and astonishment^ -  pci hips foi  the lust time.    Theie are  maiij  who linxo n"xot road of linn because those put in tttist vx itli the gospel  lino  not  boon   faithful   to  then   trust  Contrast Horn, i, 1-i-lG; I Thess ii, 4.  3^, 33 "Then Flnhp opened his mouth  and bo,ian at tlio same Scupture nnd  Pleached unto lnm Jesus" This ho did  in leplj to the eunuch's question, "Of  whom spoakoth tlio piophet this?" Philip did not waste anj time on the stjlo of  the piophet oi or. the possilu'ity of there  being two Isanhs, each of whom wrote  pait of the book, tieitliei did he so much  ns hint nt the impossibility of any ono  writiug of things "dO jeais befoie they  happened, but fiom this and othor Scrip-  tmos he made plain tho tiuth concerning  Jesus.  3(1, 37. "I behove that Josus Chi ist is  the Son of God.'}   Compnie the confessions of Peter and Mai tha in Matt. wi.\  10, John m, 27, anil note I John v, l,s  "Viliosoover liehoxotk that Josus is the  Christ is horn of God "   Unless jou baxo  oxer tilked with and led to Chi ist a soul __  i callj  hungry-roi "tlio~triitirj ou cannot  understand  riulip's jov  as  ho.  bv   the  Spirit,  opened  tho  Scriptures and s.ixv  this in in dunk it .ill in and then ask to bo  baptised.   Trulj the Loid Qimsolf was  with them (Matt xvin, 20). and the Spmt  wrought   glonouslx.     "With   tho   heart  man   helievcth   unto   lishteonsness  and  Croirn I'olnts  No professional of note, be ho actor, suign oi eonjiiioi, passes  through Constantinople without nn  invitutioii to nppeiu befoie tho Sultan. ITe alxxaxs pays foi those Pci-  formnnces in Bnnlx of England notes  King Kdixaid, it is snid, has icad  oxoiy hook that has boon written  on tho histoiy of the Ciimonn war,  and few men are better acquainted  with tho history of India nnd with  the characteristics of many of tho  native races. *  i Tho Shah of Persia is absolutely  rulei Within his oxvn dominions and  master of the lives and goods of all  lus subjects The vxholq lexenue of  the country being at then disposal,  recent shahs have boon able to  amass large pilvate foi tunes.  f I        Ml........... .....V ,l^���lW',l,l-,-> ..lllf  101 with the mouth confession is ni.ido unto  snlxation" (Rom. x, 10) The eunuch had  bclioxed in his heart and confessed with  his mouth and xx-as quite rend.' for a further public confession hofoie nil his soiv-  ants, for doubtless thcio xieie niutiv with  him.  , 8S, 39. "The Spiiit of the Lord caught  nw-nx- Philm, that thu eunuch s.ixx- hun no  more, und he wont ou his xx:i} lejoieing."  Mow stinngo ihe whole thing must lmvo  sot moil to the dnvei ot the chimin and'  tlio iest of tho complin-���the sti.uiger  muted lo ndo xxith their uiastci. the-  eiinrst (onxeisation, the biptism, tho  sudden disappear moo of the stumper  and thou tnistoi's nexv joy, winch no  doubt he told them all about, and the  qiieon, too, when ho mined home! Tho  Lord bj Philip wrought u gie.it work  lint d.i}, nud some tunc no iniiv hoar  the. sou'icl to this ctoi} ft out tho lips of  tho oiuuich himself. I am sure tint Philip,was and has boon m.iny n tnno glad ���  Hint he wns so piompt and obedient.  How the Spirit of the Lord cim���-lit hun  aw-av I know not, hut I beliox e thut. hnx--  ing finished his woik, ho superuatumlly  disappeared. , ,,  40, "Pmlip was found at Azotus, and,)  parsing thiough, he preached in all the  cities till  lie  came  to  Ccsarpfl."    Tins '  last place -seems to'have boon 'Philip's',  ho+ft and a chmcli wns gatlieied thero  (Acts ixi, 6; xvm, 22).    It matters not  whether we find Philip in Samaria or in  the chariot or going from place to place,  he is I'ver preachlat Christ.  ��S-u /  THE INDEPENDENT.  SATURDAY APRIL 5. 1304  THE INDEPENDENT.  PUBLISHED    -WEEKLY  IN THE  IN-  T.BltI3ST6 OF THE MASSES  THE l'NDETENDKNT PRINTING COMPANY.  Labor unions iiro doing yeoman service  in spreiuling tlie gospel of tcinperanec  by leiic-hlng and helping men to better  iheir t-imdition.  BASEMENT     OF     FLACK     BLOCK  .HASTINGS STIUiET.  VAN'-  COUVEll, 13. C.  SUBSCRIPTIONS   IN  ADVANCE.  Q  A week, ii,'cents; month, 15 cents; three  Jihonitis, ;!���'��� e-i-iils; ,-dx uiontlui, lij cents;  ono jear, *l.l!i.  ENDOHSUll UY THE TRADES AND  ljAUOn COUNCIL, THE VANCOU-  VKIt LABOR PARTY AND THE  UU1I.D1NU TRADES COUNCIL.  ISATURIUV \PR1L 5, 111.).'  The Intent thing ill Hritlsh Columbia  pillules Is tin; "ping-pong political party." o  lt Is reninrkiible xx-hat u small body  ��t nien esui i-luliii to represent, public-  opinion, uml get uxriiy xvith the bluff.  ' Lu. the poor -American wiui owns  lu-opei'ly iu Vancouver "hus none to  di> lnm liivcri'me"���even 1). Cr. Williams bus guile Illicit mi hlui. Vide  Wc'diiesday night's meeting unanimously passed a resolution agiilin t aliens  voting.  deal heavens, the Nexxs-Advertlser  has stirred up the K.nnhiops Sentinel.  The other day the old reliable "Vizor  said Hint the liiianei'.s of the provlnc"  needed piotc-tion from Ottawa. Tho  Sentinel snys nit. Evidently Editor  Ueane knoxvs Hie gang ut Ollaxva.  CURRENT OPINION-ALL SORTS.  Lion and Lamb.  The Crow's Nest Coal Company will  take care of liritish Columbia, If it sets  ii monopoly on the coal and coke, lust  liko the lion took care of tho lamb.���  Cranbrook Herald.  Non-Party Lines.  Hritlsh Columlbu has a premier who  is a rolloivi", a .minister of mines who  thinks- of torpedoes when his depart-,  snout is mentioned; n. minister of public xxoiks xvho cannot tell a sewer pipe  from an Irrigation dileli: and a lender  of ihe opposition who votes xvilli the  government. This they i-nll government on non-party lines.���Frank .Sentinel.  KKPCJKT UN   WATER.  Tn nil probability had it not boon for  Alii. Wood i..ish.g ,i protest against the  Adoption ol tin- wilier committee's report iit liisl Tuusdiiy night's meeting of  the city council, reiiuesting the Inler-  lialiomil Id. & Storage eompnny to pay  The sum of $:iki fur city water used roi  .-ibout four veins not passing thiough  a motor, nothing would hax-e been s.iid.  It is a KU'i.uis question. If xvhat tho  ���worthy alderman iiMogcs lie true, llo  Was right in contending thai the adoption ol the repurt should be deferred.  Clause :!0 ol by-luxv ;I2 on pioeedure,  says that "notice al a previous regular  meeting ."hull Uo given of all motions  for ilnii-iidiii-lng iu-xv niutter oilier than  maJLteih of jii-lx liege, bringing up petitions," otc. Aci-ordiiig lo Aid. Wood,  the coinpi'Py .x'us known io have- nseJ  f.4,00C feel of xxnier, or .JM xvurlh. In  111 days, yet its hill for the past 1!  months only ave-r.-.ged $14 net u. month.  This is a big loss to Hie city, inx-olving  us it does about S5.000. Homo ligures  aro interest in:; :u Uns linio. u lakes  Tn pounds ..it fnsh wnter to make u  cubic foot of lie; one gallon of iresh  wilier weighs 10 1 -li pounds; ami -i  takes IU.") aiillons of xvaior to make a  ton of 2,000 pounds of ice. lt is alleged  lhat this institution uses about 20 tons  of ice :i day, and yet it only paid $11  3. month for water.  lt would bo Intelcsilng to know- if  tho mayor or any ot the aldermen hold  or held stuck in this company. If llvey  did, ihey have nf right lo puss on the  case. The public should knoxv this, and  in order lo pi-oliel itself the council  houlci enlighten thi- public upon this  ..Hint at  the o.irlicsi  opportunity.  Por u. long time Vancouver has been  cursed xvith city counoils xvhich. contained men of such miserable natures  that tliey are humiliating to the fair  name of Vancouver. At tho last meeting, of this body, another exhibition of  tho kind was given. We refer lo the  debate, which in reality should have  been settled in committee, on the question of giving txvo of the police oilieers  a. six weeks' leave or absence xvith ono  month's pay! Now, If these men have  served the city faithfully and well nnd  ���were entitled to holidays at all, then  Ihe    majority of the committee   were  ouite right in recommending that they  . x  be given a month's pay.    As for    the  question ot hoxv they spent their holidays, it v.-as^iio business of anybody,  unless they intended working for somebody.else. Any well regulated business  institution xvill occasionally give- its  empolyees a holiday xvith pay, and the  city should lie a model employer in this  respect. But as w-e said in the begin  ging, miserable natures xvill protest and  tick and grunt, and xve- must realize  that you eannot make a silk purse- out  of a sow's ear.  lt has been suggested that a Provincial .irbltration committee h;1 appointed, representing capital, labor nnd  sivicly at large���say, six from each  section. It is hold, under the i-in'iini-  stances, that this .xvould be .is i !i"e< live  if not. more so, than xvould he .i i um-  pulsory aibiti-aliun act.  One thing tho adverse pinluhllion  vote in Manitoba dcinoiiMiiitcs, and  that is it is natural for hiiiivin.s to oppose coercion. Nature nevi l intended  rnytlilng in the way of strong drink to  luiriii us. Soine people sometimes get  foolish���eilher from nilvoisiiy ur joy���  nnd abuse liaturc's ciidoxvini'iits. lt is  only through educiiion and :.n ulevnteil  lionic lifo, not toico, ihai temperance  can  Miec-cii-fully  be enirled  out.  Wnen the .I.ipuncse appealed In Iho  can,ps nl Atlln, un exciting time ell-  sued. Miner-* gathered in force, and  inarched to Ihe scene from Hie creeks  and pi'i'suiidi-d iho noxv Qricmnl arrivals to depiiit, inn! llic.v were escorted  cut of toxvn. About 1J0 miners did iho  trick. Tliis may not be according to  liixx-. but it is .1 veiy effective wny of  settling the Oriental cheap labor question. It is liiinoied that the Japanese  consul here will enter a protest.  Wo stated in our last Journal lhat  nothing but good could result from ihe  peace conference lately 'held In New-  York Cily. Our predictions have come  ti ue. Tho first effort towards settling  a strike has proven successful. Within  the last month tho ditliculiy at the National Register Comi>uny,''ol' Dayton,  Ohio, hns been adjusted b.v a commit lee  appointed at this conference. If all  of lutuiv efforts insulting from, the  peace conference proves failures, it has  at least performed oue good net. It  xvould be xvell for t'he critics xxho had  nothing but derision roi- ilie efforts of  the persons participating in this conference to .smoko up und let the fumes disappear before they again take up the  cudjol of unjust criticism.���Piano and  Organ .Makers' Journal.  Smith Curtis, M.L.A., deserves tho  "thanks or every honest man in British  Columbia for pressing home the charges  against the Dur.i.muir government. We  have several alleged reformers at Victoria who holler very loud at times  about their anxiety for tlie welfare  ol British Columbia, but xvhen such a  scandalous proposition as the Canadian Northern and E. & N. railway  deal is being forced upon the province,  they are dumb a-s oysters, either from  fear or connivance. A royal commission has been appointed and of .courso  a report w ill be mnde, but that will not  cut any figure. The cvldeno is theri\  .-nd the peoplo will judge; for thi-ni-  reives.  There was a timo within thu recollection of many, whon workmen ln  ��'i me trades and callings were not considered manly unless they could drink  plenty of whiskey. Hut now it Is different. The social and commercial ostracism of the excessive drinker Is today doing more for the cause of genuine  , temperance than all the prohibition advocates in the land. A century or so  ago the thumbscrew and the rack, besides acts of parliament, were brought  Into requisition to better our -morals.  LITERARY NOTES.  MYTHICAL PROFITS.���Hy S. Canner.  A thrilling story of a. "bunch" ot"  capiiulists xvho do not seek pecuniary  reward, but are actuated solely by a  philanthropic desire to do good to all  xvho "cast a net" for a living. (Tin,  ir,e.  Johnny, Oct Your Gun:  If some ono xvlll please Hud us a txvo-  linndod gun man oui of a job, xve xvould  like to hire him tor a lew shifts to go  down lo Victoria and kill off several of  those fool legislators. Then maybe thv*  balance of the gang will go to work- and  gel something done���Paystreak.  Vory Touching.  And noxv "Jim" Diuisniulr conies  along wllh the- proposition to give L-  000,000 aeies of land and Sil.lOO a mile to  ihe parties xvno xvill build llie coast to  Kootenay. "Jim's" generosity wilh  tho country's hind is veiy touching.���  Sandon I'aysticak.  When He's Down���He's "Doxvn.  Reviewing the immediate Past, few  labor leaders can be pointed out who  were not sooner or later turned doxvn  by the men in xx-hose interest tliey had  worked. Perhaps after yeais of usefulness and good work, i-onie. trivial  mistake xvill be made and then everything else is forgoien and the very  leiidcr who perfected the oiganisntioii  suffers from us power. Thv fine ot  Eugene V. Debs, poor,Martin Irons, T.  X'. Powderly. .lolin MollriuV, Junius  isovoreign and a host of others, crucified by those they mos't lienrfited by  their coinage and convictions, aro  striking examples. Labor leaders are  not honored in a measure commensurate with their worth. Hut xvorklng-  men are thinking and some day may  bo able to figure out the injustice of  dragging a man down xx-ho dares to  think and act along lines they believe  to be correct.���Coolers' Inlernaiioivil  Journal.  Housemaid (entering hurriedly); Oh.  if you jileiise, mum, you know- whon  you alloxvud cool: to go out just nutv  for an hour? Well, she's come hack  fo very ���er��� (hesitatingly) ��� poorly.  Mistress: So very poorly? Cood gracious, Jano, w ha lever Is the matter?  Housemaid: Well, you kr.oxv, mum,  you told her to do thein bantam's  eggs for master's tea, and she's trying-  to boil tho ping-pong balls!���Punch.  A MYSTERIOUS CONNECTION: or,  l-'nui Men on .1 Ran.���By Logan Mac-  alister. This exciting tale deals with  Hi" darker experiences of a pipe, a  pump und a, piece of money. (IS vols.,  ice, ?."> each.  TIIE REFERENDUM.���Hy Robliii Mc-  (iovern. An esray, showing how-beer  got the better of water in our Prairie  "-PiT>vince.~ (Wind���30c)   THE VOTE OP THE ALIEN: A  BROCHURE.���By O'Leary. A pamphlet for ward politicians, showing how  ten intelligent men owe their election  to otlico lo the iiiffriiRe-s of strangers.  (Fool morocco, $2,1.)  A DAY IN THE COURTS.���Hy Jlar-  rlon Robert. This mbsorblng story  ik-plctH the wanderings of a microbe  expert  In  the  realms  of  b.-iokyu-rds,  ''alleys mid vuciint lots, where bacteria bieed In millions, and where tin  c.-uiH and all kinds of rubbish arc  deposited xvithout a thought for the  licallli of tl.e genus homo, (lings,  $10; p.iper, free.)  An exchange snys the; following are  pome recent iien'spiuicr lii-udlngn: "The  flei-mnii Foto," "Cordiality Toxx-urds  England," "Unimnns Sing 'Cod Save  the King.' " "Why not? The king Is  more German than English. He Is cx-en  inorc German thnn his mother. Victoria's father wns born-a British sub-  1ect. whilf.t Edxvard's father was born  ind bred a German.  A movement Is on foot at "Winnipeg  to form a Building Trades Council.  This will still further strengthen the  budding trades.  Wife: 1 mended the hole, in your  trousers pocket last night after you  had gone to bed, John, dear- Noxv, am  1 not a thoi.ghtful xvife Husband (dubiously): Well���or���y-e-s: you are  thoughtful enough, my dear; but how-  the mischief did you discover that there  was n hole In my pocket?  ���+�����-������--�����$���--�����������' ��� 99��� 00  %  Fashionable]  Dress Goods \  The styles in costumes tins  season tin.' exceedingly charming  aliil tint iniUi.-rial.s xvere nover so  bountiful���clingy fabrics nro predominant���and noxvhiTc in H. C.  can lie seen u more Varied and  extensive assort ment of these  lieatilifiil I'nlirics.  I'm- iho-e xxho wish the heavier sum' i'nr Tailor Costumes xxe  shoxv n complete stuck of this  class uf woollen goods���including the handsome and ever popular Tweeds, flclieline Cloths.  Wuoliniis. Ihoadcloths, Etc., in  I ho iii'xxe-t shades.  Our display of nil xvool and  f -ill; Cieiiiuline.s is another i\- ���  f rollout feature. Vie oner you a T  Z splendid selection of these rich I  i summer fabrics in all suits of ^  I   cles-iuiK��� .stripes,       checks     and ���  ��� plaids,   ranging   in   price   from   j  ��� SI.00 to St..".0 vd. I  COUREGT   DRESS I'OR  WOMEN.  ', 170    Cordova     St.,    Vancouver  price   troin   f  ;  ���  t  ;  ���  t  ?  \  Jfo& /upu/ dfttfnJU^L if r  /  ^.^.���-���������^..-������������������-������������������-������������������-������������^  Married.  COWAN-HARTLEY ��� On Saturday,  ���March 20, 1102. at the resilience of the  bride's mother, T-lil Hamilton streot.  Vancouver. 'H- <-'-. by Rev. Dr. F.. D-  McLaren. Carrie, daughter of the lute  rhnrles Hartley, formerly of London.  Ont.. to Harry, son of W. Cowan, of  Ottawa, Ont.  Wanted.  WANTED ��� AGENTS ��� niffi't forget.  ("The early bird catches the first  worm") xve give you advance infonnn-  ���lion a'bout t'he bost to appear. FREE.  Send your address Immediately. J. JT.  .MaeCrogor Publishing Co., Box 417,  Vancouver.  Meeting.  P.   O.  E.-VANCOUVUR AJ3R.1H. Xo. 0.  meets   Wednesday    evenings:   vl��uing  brethren w-elcome.   Bert Robinson. W. 1'.;  Grey Ure, XV. S., Arcade.  ���When you want to hire a first-class  horse and buggy, go to the Palace  livery stables.   Telephone 125.  MAKT3 A MOTION" AT THE NEXT  MEETING OF TOUR UNION TO INSTRUCT THE SECRTAItX TO COMMUNICATE THE NEWS CONCERNING YOUR CRAFT TO THE INDEPENDENT.  Precaution���"That plackgimrd's liook-  ln' it villi von of my coats on. Flic- at  hith trousers, Ikey."  The pupils at a. school in Dunster  were asked to write original compositions on  "KinBS."  The prize vvas carried off by a bright  youth who perpetrated the folloxving:  ���-The-mosl-p'oxvcrrul-king is-Wor-king.  The laziest���Shir-king.  A very doubtful king���Smo-king.  The wittiest king���Jo-king.  The leanest���Thin-king.  The .thii sliest-r>rin-king.  The slyest���Win-king.  The most garrulous���fTiil-kiug.  The density of population In foreign  countries has ivieinly been computed.  Great Hritnin Hikes the lour] with 132  inhabitant" per square kilometre,  which Ih equal to 0.IIS61 square mile;  then conies Japan, 114.4; Italy, IOC.*; the  Gorman Umpire, 104.2; then comes Austria. Ri; Hungary, S9.C; Prance, 7L>.1!;  Spain, 33.0; the United States, 8.4; Russia, 5.9.  Visitor: 1 am grieved to learn nf  your mistress's illness. Nothing serious, 1 trust? The nexv French maid:  No, monsieur; nozzlng beeg, nozxing  griinde. Somtzlng���what you call leetle,  petite. Visitor: What is it? The New  French Maid: Eet is what zey call so  little���small���smallpox.  Careful houFo1��eper-. Have you boiled the drinking water? Faithful Servant: Ycs'm. "And stlrilized the milk?"  "Yes'm." "What is this In the soup"  "Oh, that isn't no bacillus, mum. Thut  is only a cockroach.*'  UNION BARBER SHOPS.  The following is a complete list of  union barber shops in Vancouver. Is  your barber on the list?  Elite barber shop, Hastings street.  Bon -Ton barber shop, Hastings  street.  Porcelain Baths, Cambie street.  Harvie & Ellis, Cambie street.  6avoy Barber Shop, CordWa street.  Smalley'8 Berber Shop, Cordova  street.  Oyster Bay Barber Shop, Carrall  street.  Union Barber Shop, Carrall street.  Army and Navy (Oscar Hej-ilandit)���  Granville atreeit. under Trorey's.  A. O. iMcCutoheon, Mount Pleasant.  Boulder Barher Shop, Cordova Street  O. K. Barber S!tiop, Hastings street,  east.  The Mint  Is the - new saloon at the corner  of Carrall and Hastings Btreeta. Case  goods are tlie best, and the pricCB 0. K.  Seattle Rainier beer, 5 cents.  Gold Seal Canadian Rye is Seagram's  Grand Old Rye.   Only, 50c bottle. Gold  <��  it  n  it  *t  O  o  it  k  n day���a month, ls the common exouse.   It was what the captain i t  of a vessel said���on: returning "from the voyage he would Insure.   But i '  he never came back.   The vessel was wreaked; he was lost; his family  was stranded, too, financially,.,, by his procrastination. < ^  No other time is equaa to the prefeent moment for Life Insurance In < >.  cost and opportunity, and no policies- surpass   those   of   tlie   Union i i  Mutual ln privileges and values. " , ' i I  (Details sent free. '  Union Mutual Life InsuranceCo ::  PORTLAND, MAINE. Incorporated 1848.  Call or write for particulars and plans  Hk'ad OFi'tcK : 419 Hastings St. W., Vancouver, B.C.  A I. E. EVANS, Provincial Manager.  0 ������������������������<��������������������������������������� ���������������������������  MSNEiSS' AND LOGGERS'  Parties, Koing north or into the woods for loasinff purposes, if tliey  consult tluir oxvn comfort or consider the (pii'stlon of economy, will call  nnd Inspect our stock of supplies, which is thu largest and most econ-  oinicaly pi-Iced finality considered) in the city. '���  3 \\'i> enumerate ii fexv of the articles, such n s Grey and Scarlet  Uliinkots, in mi'diuni and heavy weight; Hobos, medium and heavy  weiffht: Underwear and Shirts, union label Overalls and Jumpers,  l-mthc'i- Suspenders" and Workinp: Gloves, from '23c per pair upward. In  fact, evcrylhiiifr necessary for the- comfort of prospector, miner or  xvorkii.p man can bo ���found in   our large store.  TioT-Fi'iroNi? 702.  ����   STEWAKT,  100 Cortiova Stuekt.  PATRONIZE^UNION CLERKS.  All members ol tbe 8. C, I. P. A. un show tbls card.  Alt lor It xvbeo mldai your pnrcbises.  cnooh*cd *v the ��. r. or u  ONC*THIHD ACTUAL BIZC  COLtfTl IS CHANGED EACH QUARTER.  Good only during months nnmod on right  hnnil cornor uud whon proporly hiined ond  stami'Bd xvith tho nuiubor of the Local, ���  Seal Liquor Company.  If you want a really good rye whisky  at a low price, our 50c rye is it. Gold  Seal Liquor Company, 740 Pender street.  Blue Ribbon Tea is packed in Vancouver by white men���are you drinking it?  Drink Red CroeB Beer, the boor that'H  pure, 75c pints, $1.50 doz. quarts. Gold  Seal Liquor Co., 746 Pender streot.  Convalescents need Eisen Port���"the  builder up of the weak"���60c bottle  Gold Seal Liquor Co., 746 Pender street  Subscr.be  for the  $1.23 |>er Year  Box &44.  UNION CIGAR FACTORIES.  FcSlowdng Is a list ol the Union cigar factories in Bnldlsli Columbia wbo  use the blue laibel:  -VV. Tletjen, NO. 1���Dlvlsllon No. 38,  Vancouver.  ' Kurt! & Co. No. 2���Division. No. 88,  Vancouver,  Inland Oigar Manufacturing' Company, No. 3���Division No. 38, Kamloojis.  B. Wilberg & Co., No. 4���Division No.  is. New WvetminBter.  T. Woxstiook, No. 6���Division No. 38,  Vancouver.  Ketawna Shippers' Uriton Company,  No. S���Division No. 38, Ketowna,  Wright Bros, No. 9���<Divielon No. 38,  Roeeiand.  Kootenay CJpar Manuitaoturing Company, No. 10���Division No. 38, Nelson.,  ���Mois'3.&-Johnson;-No..fc?Di.viBlpn_No.  37, Victoria.  M. Bander, No. E���Division No. 37,  Viicitoria.  Island Cigar Fadtory, fl. Norman, No.  6���Division No. 37, Victoria,  Province Oigar Oo., No. 7���Division  No. 37, Vlctorta,  A. SWmoter & Sons, No. 8���Division  No. 37, Vlctorta.  P. Gable, No. 9���Division No. 37, Na-  naftmo.  J. I*ry, No. 11���DMdlon No. 87, ���Victoria.  IM. J. Booth, No. H���Divteion No. 37,  Nanalmo.  C. 0. Bdhnsen���DlvJalon No. 37, Victoria.  T.  F.  Gold,  Capitol Cigar Factory,  No. 12, Victoria, B. C.  Harris & Stuart, No. 6���Division No.  38, Revelstoke.  J.'"Martin, No. 7���Division No. 38,  Sandoa. /  Fhella & UciDonough, No. 12-Dlvls-  ion V, Netooo.  PARIS ORBBSN, BMAmVBOKB  AND 'WHAIiB OIL SOAP fer ��b* ��g-  tenBtnutioA ot the CUT 'WORM utd  mttoectmrniaSsy-tot nie bv (fee Meltamr-  tfijAtfeSsa, Wt/tsmt  BnnM^ Ti  THERE IS  of Fire or Injury to  Health when you use  the .  x  The price is now  such that almost'everybody can afford it.  Once used, always  used. Apply at Office of  .Beit!  LTD.  Cor. Carrall and Hastings.  Streets.  Importers, and Bottlers  GORE AVE.   'PHONE 783.  SOLE AGENTS.  For stomach trouble of any Und  Flint's DyspepBiaj TaW^ts, Ttoor.  OT'-yot get your nteacgr Wfe. ..age  Vcltowsll. Atslas���'Vft*ato Co. SATURDAY ..APRH. 5, 1802
Hardware,  Stoves.   Ranges,  Etc.
35  Hastings Street East.
lly Smoking
• "Kurtz's Own," "Kurtz's Pioneers," "Spanish Blossom"
They are the best in tho land nml mode by
Union Labor in
JD0*Cnll for tliem and seo that you get tliem.
'The only nbsenleci at Tuesday night's
meeting of the city council was Aid.
Hon., Jos. Martin, M.P.F., vx-rote intimating thnt/Iot 401, Nexv Wsetmlnster
district, xx-hich is noxv under the management of the government, could very
probably be vested in the city It' the
• city council vxould agree to its annexation. Tho Jotter was received and re-
feii-rod to a committee.
The report ot the spe cial meeting of
water committee blamed both the city
and the International Ice & Storage
company for ihe misplacement of the
water meter, causing it to record only
a small portion of the xvater consumed
by the company. The ieport recommended that tlio company pay $3 a
month for every month since the motor
was moved, or 5--10 in all.
Aid. Wood did not think a serious
matter of this kind should ho passed
.over so lightly. The committee only
held Its meeting In the aftei 1 oon, uml
he did not think that v\.is\tiine enouqh.
Dining the 1-' days the secret meter
was on it was found that 31,000 feet
of water had'boon usod, which \xas
worth $34. He contended that at this
rata to xvas not sulliclent. Tho coni-
I-.any's bill for T2 months averaged ?11
ii month..' "There- was no doubt in the
vorld-but thnt tlie company used the
water, knowing that it was using it
, wrongfully," said the speaker. He did
not believe In secret meetings of tho
-committee, iind therefore piotested
against tho ieport being' adopted this
wise. Ho did nol vvliih to hamper tho
■company,  "but,   to put It plainly, ihe
• city was wilfully robbed," added Aid.
Wood.   Why xvas not the city solicitor
-advised to report on the matter?
Aid. Foreman did not think Aid.
. ,Wood knexy-what ho vvas talking about.
The matter was not as bad as the Province newspaper represented it. He then
reviewed the circumstances at length.
It xvns Impossible to get at what ain-
-ount of water was used.
Aid. Urown asked If it xvas true, that
tho amount of wnter used was as Aid.
Wood stated. If so, Aid. Foreman
.fought shy of this point.
Aid. Wocd—"I knexv about this matter befoie, and followed it up, and the
;Statemenl I make Is correct."   Fourteen dollars a month won't pay for the
water ust-d.   Take the Metropole hotel,
for instance, where an elevator is operated; it pays over $20.   On the other
band the institution in question   depends almost entirely on water to run
it.    Five  dollars a. month  were    too
-1 .'Utry.  The amount should be in round
figures,  sa>,   SflOO  a  month,   or from
'   $4,S00  to  $3,000,   and    the    committee
wants   to   let   the  company   off with
:$240.  "I am strongly opposed to passing
this report.   The committee tries to be
judge and jury in this" case,"  added
.Aid. Wood. -
TAld. Foreman—The  company   don't
^juse_thc_water+to .make ice.——-r=——v~
Aid. Wood—It don't use salt water.
Aid.   Wylie,—The ,  water    passing
through this pipe was for Hushing purposes only. . ■
Aid. Wood—I would like your ruling,
Mr. Mayor. This-is new'matter and
-.should be laid ovcr.
Mayor Neelands—Two-thirds of the
-council rules.       "       •    >- ,
/i"-  Aid. Wood—I object.     '    '
Mayor Neelands—Aid. Wood, please
-.take your seat. I have allowed you
home latitude to-night. ,Ypu seem to
'know a good deal about this, and lt
■must be a personal matter with you.
• Aid. Wood—It only Bhowa the. ignorance of the council to pass thls'resolu-
tion to adopt the report.- I'm not satisfied with the 61	
Mayor Neelands-^-Take your seat.
Aid. Bethune supported the motion,
•which  was adopted,  only Aid,  Wood
••objectirir. " ;
posed purchase of txvo horses for the
fire department with splints.
Aid. Wylie—I don't know a horse
lrcm a coxv. 1 knoxv nothing about the
horses. The veterinary surgeon said
thoy xvere i erfectly sound.
Aid. Brcwn said ho knexv something
about horses. He knew the head fiom
the tail. The commute acted on Lu-
Hart's advice. I don't knoxv whether
We should have called in Aid. Foreman
lor consul tu tlon or not.
Aid. Brown—Regarding the matter of
the police going on a prospecting tour
to Bulkley Valley, at tho city s expense,
I think it wrong of any olliceis of the
city, especially a policeman, to be paid
tor doing nothing. lt wouldn't sur-
1 rise mo the next thing they asked vxas
six months' leave of absence, vvith
pay. Tho i.iilef K.iid he did not have ,i
sufficient number of men, yot he did
not object lo these men going awny.
Aid. MiOueen s'lld he vvas very particular aboui asking the veteitnary le-
gardlng splints. He said the "horses
xx civ peifectly sound, with the exception ol splints, which ban in? accidents,
woulil not inti-rftio with their servie-o-
ablt-nestf.." '.'eg.i'.-iKn? the leave of a'o-
•tih-c, oll'ccr Mcintosh had been in the
Ror\'-no of '.he eiiy tor over seven year5,
uud xxus entitled to ,i vacation. Aid.
Brown did not agree xvith this, hut ha
did, int move an amendment, added
Alii.   .McQueen.   *
Aid. Bethune xx-ns opposed to the police having holidays, xvith pay.
Ald^ Woo.d hind the- olllecis did nol
nsk lor leave of Absence with pay. but
only ior leave of absence, lie agreed
with Aid. M<Qr.c-en that they were entitled to Mime consideration for faithful services. >
- Alii. .Wylii- said that an oflicci- had
said to him in (he corridor that he
hoped the committee could 'see its way
clear to give the salary. He did not
care it the policemen quit; their places
could easily be filled.
Aid. "1 Srdxxii"moved "that*^the whole
clause be struck out.    '
Aid. Wood und Wilson moved tho adoption of the ieport.
For—McQueen, Blackmore, McGuigan.   Wood,' Wilson—5.
Against—Wylie, Bethune, Blown,
Roiioit adopted as a xvhole.
Aid. Wylie moved the adoption of the
Tollce committee's report, excepting the
\ "Clause granting officers Davies and Mcintosh leave of absence for fix weeks,
I'with the understanding that-they be
[ .saild for one month.--'
Aid. Foreman objected' io- the' pro-
Aid. McGuigan, asked if it was true
that a. firm ol" tailors in the city were
running a lottery.
Chief North—A complaint had come
in, but the city solicitor advised him
to go to Mr. McPherson to sign tho information, lt vvas a question vxhether
it was si lottery or not. -
Aid. McQueen—The officials should bo
tho ones io put the law in force.
Chief North asked tbe council to give
him permission to do bo.
A n-oi-kingiiian loses his Independence
in joining the union in about the sarue
way he courts death by taking out a
life lnsurance_pollcy. lt_is-surprlslng
how many ignorant and superstitious
people are victims of iboth of the^e
It Is the independent a^nd self-reliant
skilled men xvho belong to unions, bo-
cause they have Intelligence vnough to
see that If organization is helpful to
capitalists und professional men It Is
nlso good for the wage-worker.
The man xvho Indulges In tho practice or criticising the actions of men
who take an active part in "the affairs
ot the labor movement has a. ' cinch"
on" escaping similar criticism, as he
ncvW does anything other than criticise.
When the ivorklngnmn learns—If he
ever does—that the.ballot box is the
place-lu which 'he should deposit .hlu
grievances, tliere xvlll be fewer grievances.
The la'bor press has ever been the
champion of the oppressed, and it ls
probably for this reason that it, In
turn, has ever ibeen oppressed.    ,.-.  ,.
If a union of individuals can, accomplish much, a union of unions can
accomplish more.—Union Record.
Folloxving is the circular-letter ad
dressed to the various labor and i-e-
form organizations of tlie province:
Folloxving circular-letter wne received' from the oflice of the District
Association, No. 6, W. F. of Miners:
Greeting,—The question of pollt
leal action, being token on tlie part of
organized labor with a vieiv to securing
a more substantial and satisfactory representation of labor Interests, In the
legislative assembly of our province,
and the parliament of Canada, ls a principle that has received careful consideration an dthorougli discussion at tho
hands of local unions affiliated with
our district association. The decision
has been arrived nt, that before any
such step »o important In its nature,
and so far leaching in Its effect, can
be tnlien with nnydegrce of confidence
and propriety, it ls absolutely essential
that the various labor unions and reform organizations throughout the province, should be by some means
brought together dn the closest possible
touch, both in sentiment and^action. lt
is self evident that the only effective
nit. '!<; vie <mji adopt, in order to ascertain ihe views of those interested, and
to reach sound' conclusions upon the
subject, is through the medium of a
General Provincial Convention,
at some suitable and centrally located
point. The executive ofllcers of Wiis
association have received instructions
from tlie local unions affiliated therewith, to assume the inltiatix-e in this
matter, and WIS THEREFORE DO
PROVINCE whose aim is to improve
the social condition of the people of
MONDAY, APRIL «, 1002.
The Ba.sis of Representation
xvill be as follows: Central bodies, such
tis trades ajid labor councils, district
or provincial 'associations of, single tax,
socialist labor, or other reform bodies,
composed of 100 delegates or less, shall
be entitledtto two delegates, and oiie
additional delegate for each additional
majority fractional part thereof. Subordinate or local trades and labor
unions, tingle tax, socialist or other reform organizations xvith a membership
of 100 members or less, shall be entitled to one delegate, and one addir
tlonal delegate for each additional majority fractional part thereof. Each
delegate shall be entitled to, one vote
in the convention, and in no case shall
any delegate have the right, or lie allowed to vote any proxy votes. Two or
uiore organizations entitled to'representation at tliis convention, whose aggregate mem! ership does not exrood
100 members, may combine together
and havpthc right to be represented by
one delegate xx-ho shall ha,ve> but one
vote. Delegates must exercise care and
see that their credentials are properly
dr.iwn up, and in such manner as to
show- the membership of the organization or organizations they represent.
Objects of the Convention:
1. To unite and harmonize all labor
organizations and reform bodies in the
province together for purposes of political action. . >'
2. To adopt a provincial platfoim
and promulgate a policy for the guidance of organized la'bor and other le-
form bodies' in future political campaigns.
3. To do any or all other things whicn
jn_the_judgment-Of-the convention-will
in any way protect or promote the interests of those represented.
Reduced .Railway Rates.
By special arrangement with the C.
P. R. company we have been able to
secure tlie following^ reduced rates fo.-
the return trip. If fifteen delegates attend ithe convention, ONE AND ONE-
THIRD (1 1-3) FARE will be charged
for the round trip. If fifty delegates
or more are-ln attendance a SINGLE
FARE will be allowed for the round
trip. -Delegates must not fail to take a
receipt from the local ticket agent of
the C. P. R. company, xx-hen leaving
their Glomes to attend the convention
at Kamloops, Jt. C. If delegates fall
to present this receipt to the secretary
of the convention they are liable to lose
the benefits of the special rates. We
have selected Kamloops on account nt
Its central location, in order that all
organizations might have an equal opportunity to be represented, and we
trust that this will be appreciated In
a practical manner, 1. e., that all organizations will send the full quota of
delegates to which they are entitled.
It is unnecessary for its to dwell at
any further length, upon, -the Importance of this convention tb organized
labor, and other reformers. We can
only add in conclusion, we trust that
every organization will assist ln every
way possible to make this convention
a success iu every particular, and that
its deliberations may result In the
adoption of a policy, which, when carried into practical effect, will produce
much benefit and bring prosperity nnd
happiness to the working people of our
beloved province.   Fraternally yours,
JAMES WILKS, President, Nelson.
11. BULMER, VIce-Pres.. Rossland.
ALFRED PARR, Sec-Treaa., Ymlr.
Ymlr, IJ. C, March 17, 1002.
(All reform bodies who may not receive the foregoing circular-letter
through the nmdl will kindly consider
this us an invitation to Join in tho
movemnet. The addresses of all organizations entitled to recognition cannot be obtained.—Ed.)
An old country writer has said that
u great di-al of the existing prejudice
against socialism arises from the want!
of a clem- definiion of it.    Tliere are
ixvo socialisms, cne of which aims at
state contiol of production and distribution and tlie other which aims   at
• abolition of the state itself and the
establishment of communism.    A cen-
ii allied system of beaurcratic control
is naturally dreaded by thinkers like
Heibort  Spencer,  who says    lhat the
Advent of scrtalltm will be the greatest disaster iho world has ever knoxvn,"
and  that it  xxill end m military despotism.   Tlio socialism  which hoi rifles
Mr.  Spencer is no doubt the Marxian
form ol Ii based upon pure materialism, and lo he brought about, accord
in? to Marx himself, by revolution. But
the tact that the tides oi man's affalis
aie controlled by other tliun economii
forces   must  not be  discarded.    Reli
gion,  for    insi.incp, is .in independent
foice and  not.   as  the  Marxians  contend, a product ol economic conditions.
He   governs   best   who  governs   least,
.-ud sane socialism aims at gradually
tu-m^lng   about  a  state of society in
Vihich the stain xx-ould exercise as lit-
ilo contiol as i.csslblc- and leally le-
pic-cnt ii lcdeiation of communes, each
i-i.iiii.ying its oxxn affairs.   Under such
a system land and tools would go to
thoso best .-.ble to use them, and individual libeitj   v.ould bo secured,   not
impel illed.    Both  the   state socialists
and     the   comnui'iisl    socialists    are
agiecd that rent.  Interest,  and profit
should go to the community and not to
Individuals: and,the. problem we have
to solve is'in what way can we best
get rid of these monopolies by which
a fexv individuals eniic-h themselves at
the expense of the many.   The government scandals occuring almost every
day aio not calculated to inspire public
confidence in bcaurocrntic government.
On tin- other hand, worse scandals aro
eicatod under tho capitalistic system,
xxhich    moreover   tends  to make the
vx'orkei a slave in all but name.   Under
cluc-ioiil communism, or the co-operative commonwealth, the worker would
enjoy greater freedom than under present Gondii ions, where he is only free
te choose between the alternatives of
accepting the monopolists'   terms    or
starving.    Wo do not share Mr. Herbert  Spencers'  tear  that even  under
state    socialism,   military    despotism
v ould be established.   The socialist or
reform piuty all the world over is the
pettco party, or rather should be. There
is, therefore, no leason why the inde-
lcndcnt labor i arty, socialists, slngle-
taxeis and others, should not co-oper-
nte, us all for the most part aio agreed
upon an extended application   of   the
piinciple of municipal   socialism.     In
what direction has advanced thought
uavelled   towards  civil    or    religious
fieedom.   where socialism  is not  pre-
pai.ecl to go still further?   As for nilli-
tn ry despotism^iy.ve_vv_e_not_nIready
P. O. BOX 29t 'PHONE 179.
w. j. McMillan & Co.,
Wholesale Agents fob
Corucr Alexander Street and Colombia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.
Union Directory.
Labor Council meets first and thirdr
Thursday ln each month, at 7:30 p. m.
President, W. J. Liunrlok: vice-president,
F. 3. Russell; secretary. T. H. Cross; financial secreuiry, J. T. Lille-y; treasurer.
C. Croxvder: sergeant-at-arms, C. J.
Salter; statistician, J. H. Browne.
ixV. D. Muir, Mount Pleasant.
W. Murray, Prior street.
Montreal Bakery, Westminster avenue.
F. Adams, Scotch Bakery, Hastings
XXr. D. ICent, 56 Cordova street.
J. Oben, Hastings street.
Minchen Co., Grunvllle street.
Barnxvell Bros., Granville street.
Largon & Tupper, Granville str«f'
Hunt, Cambie street.
Morgan, The Tailor, Granville street.
Dan Stewart, Cordova &tri-<?t.
Clubb & Stexvart, Cordova street.
W. Miirpby, Coidova street.
■MoRae & McDonald", Hastings street,
E. Larsen, Hastings Street.
J. Correal, Oondctva atreet.
Simon & Co., Cordova Btreet.
Johnson & Higgins, Cordova streot.
S. McPherson, Cordova street.
w new inn
From Their Nnnslmo, bouthfleld una
Protcclion Wand 'lollieriei,,
Steam, Gas  and
House Coal
Of the Following Grades:
Double Screened Lump,
Run of tne Mine,
, -Waehed Nut and_
SAMUEL H. ROBINS, Superintendent.
Vancouver Oity. B. C.
Electrical Workers. Vancouver Local
!13.—Meets second and fourth Tuesday in.
Union linjl, room. No. 4. President, Geo.
Coullns; v-Ioe-pre-,ldeiit, R P. Irwin; recording secrotar.x, A. 13. Hotson, KK Richards s.treet; fln.incl.il secretary, John.'
G. W. Isaacs; v-lce-preiJdent. Fred Haw;
corresponding - financial secretary. J. A.
Stexvart, 31 Cordova St; rccordor, C. XX.
Morgan; treasurer, E. Morgan; guide, N.
A. Bradley; guardian, P. J. Bennett;
delegates to T. & L. Council: G. W.
Isaacs and Fred, Haw. Moots first and
third Wednesdays of «ach month In
Union Hall.
Union, Local No. 2S President, Wm-
Ellcnilor; vicc-picsldent, XV. XV. Nelson;
reeoidnlg secretary. Afisi Adelhi Con-
nant, financial tecietnry, J. II. Perkins:
tivasuici, V.'m Elleniter. Meeting every
Friday at SSO p. m. in Union Hall, comer
Homer and Dunsmuir sireuis.
No. 2-'C moots tlie last Sunday In eaeli,
month nt Union H.ill Piesidcnt, C. S.
Campbell; vice-president, XV. J. McKay;
sociotary, S. J. Gothanl. P. O. Box 66;
t'easuier, Geo Wilb>, st-'.-0-o.i]it-iit-arm«,
A. F Arnold, executive committee, F.
XV. Fowler. J. H, lsiowne, W. Brand,
Itobt. Todd; delegates' lo Trades and
Labor Council, 1\". Brand, Robt. Todd,
J. H. Browne; delegate* to Allied Trades;
Council. F A. Fowler, XV. 3. McKay and
C. J. Marshall. 	
Meets second and lmirtti \\ edr.cdny of
each month, in S.itlierlipd H.ili. corner
Westminster Avenue .ind Hwlngs Street
.11 S p.m. Prc-ider.t. H A. MiPonald;
vlce-pii-sldent, John Gnullnor. -oeri-tary,
A. G. Peirx; tieasiirci. H. Va.-uleixv.Uker;
conductor. Geo. Lenix-ty; xi.irden. D.
Smiih; sentinel. 3 Dnhherl^v; delegates
to Trades und Latior Council: H. A. McDonald. J. C. Barton, C. Bennett, Robt.
Brunt and A.  G. Pen?.	
second and fourth Thursday in Union
Hall, room No. 3 President. G. Dobbin;
vice-president, J. M. Slnel.ili; recording
secretary, W. T. MacMulltn, ilnancial
secretary, II. S. Falonnir; treasurer, 3.
Ferguson: conductor. R. MacKenzIe; war-
don, J. Mcl.eod: delegates to T. and L.
coun"ll, Robt. Macpherson, G. Dobbin, J.
•M. Sinclair. '
F. M., meet3 every Saturday at 7.50 p.m...
In Foresters' hall. Van Anda. President,
R. Aitken; vice-president, C. A. MelVlIU;
secretarv-, A. Paper, Ven Anda, B. C.;
treasurer, H. V. Price; conductor, P.
Burt; warden. John Llnkl.iter.	
MACHINISTS-Beaver Lodge, No. 18*-,
Meets second and-fourth Wednesday la
eaoh month   in Union   Hall.   President,
Wm.  Beer: corresponding   secretary, EL
Tlmmins, 726 Hamilton   sireet; 'financial ,
secretary, J. H. McVety.   iai.-.Seyinour ,
No.   3.    Meets   In   Labor H.ill,   Homer ,
street the lust Saturday in -wli month al?
p. m. Sydney Harris. «e"ie(ary, care of
water works shops, Povx"'-!! street. * >,
America.   Local   No.   A0.   Vancouver,  BV -
C     President,   Wm.   H.   Barnes; . vice-;
president. Fred. Jaj: lecording secretary, ,
Sum Walker,  St.  Georgei St.    ith Aro;
tlnanclal secretary, N. MotMuIhnj treasurer, XV. A. Woods. 	
CIGARMAKERS'      UNION    ,Np.   Sff- ,
Meets the flrst Tuesday in each roon»
In  Union   Hall.    President,   A.   Koehelr >
vice-president, - P.  Crowder;     secretary,
G. Thomas, Jr.. IAS Cordova street west;
treasurer,   S.  W.  John«on;   sergeant^
arms, J. W. Brat; delegate'-   to  Irade*'
and Labor Council,. J. Crow.'C. Crowder. /
C. Nelson.  '_ '•
DECORATORS,  Local   Union   No.   1J5_ -
Meets   every Thursday   in Labor Hajl-
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1/ pt&&&&fri>QM^-^Q^'$4>&&&H4-<l>  p  M':  Mr  1  f  fi!  'll  'il  lit  AN  IDEAL CHARITY  REALIZED.  "I wonder if It idealizes lier';"  AVe stand ln-side the statue uf tins famous woman, Miirgiirvt of New Orloiins,  and, nfter tlio manner nl strangers, conjecture on wlint we for tlio first time see.  "Not at nil," a voice answers iu the  soft southern tongue.   "It looks just like  her."  "Ah, thank ynu.   You live hereV"  "I was born here.   This is my home."  "You were hero tditring the war  ntul  yellow fever and everything?    Ami was  Hon Butler so dreadful?   Anil liave you  soon Cubic?"' ,-,       '  A nod answers each one of my youus  'companion's impetuous queries.  "How delightful!',' concludes my friend,  but the lady shakes her lieail and tups lier  fan lightly on the! girl's soft cheek ani!  says musingly: "It diil.:hot seem as if 1  would live through it; but 1 have, nnd  now conies one wlio calls my trials 'delightful.'   How cruel!"  "Ah, pardon! Kut I was'.thinking of  tlint cliai'ining inuii who wrote tiio doli-  - clous-'Mine.. Dolpliiuc.' 1 wns thinking  bow perfectly lovely-it must,lie to live  hero and know him���anil then to live in a  i, city that lias had such/a history���it is so  romantic. And can you tell us anything  ' about.Margaret?"    , <  "This little,space���'Margaret place.' it  is called���it is a pleasant .spot to rest in."  With" this invitation, given more in  looks than-in words, we seated ourselves  near our new acquaintance on tlie settees  -,- in tlio littic park. Tlie perfume of March  roses -overhang the city; wc forget in its  delieiousiicss tlie signs of decay that in  portions of that quaint old town imparts  a pensive melancholy to its' beauty.- Near'  by us in the green grass is a pool set  about with n low border-of cactus; "a  mimic fort, .with nil its bristling thorn  guns out, and its blossom flouting from  tlio ramparts, which nre guarding from  such fierceness only n lazy fleet of water  lilies, under tlie shade of which tliero Is u  whirl of -goldfish. A stone footbridge  crosses the pool and spans' the., river' of  cactuses. It is a very odd niul tasteful  device, tins pool, and tlio littlo purls in  which it is placed is unique- in its way.  Tliere is nothing ovcrdoue, neither neglected. It is a well kept, refreshing, simple setting for tlio statue itself.  "Sue was a working woman���a-ssKvant  hero,   Wlien I first'remember her Twas  living near here, and she was taking euro  'of the cows in a stable tlint stood almost  on tlio very spot where her statue stands  now.   She was working then for the sisters of the nsyluni.    She fed nnd milked  tlielr cows nnd sold milk in n cart about  the city. She was a strange looking person  i.:���remarkable in her-appearance....I think  now as I recall, her she had a broad Tore-.  ...head,   serious  eyes,   n   pleasant/; broad  smile, a rather short, stout figure.   I,do  not suppose sho over in her life wore any  ;  dross let tor than n guinea blue calico; she  :.' always wore heavy shoes arid.'a black'  straw bouuet trimmed:with a neat band  ot black over the top. From my residence  "I could.see;her many tinies a day while  she Was at her: stable, 'work or coining  .. lackiand forth with her milk, cans,������:':���.���  ,��-,    "What.vvns her,name?   Her name was  , Margaret Hauggcry; she hnd been married anil at thnt time was a widow.   Her  i'   husbnnd and little child died just',ifter  ,ske enmeto New. Or!eaiis;so vve learned  after she became'famous.'; She Was alono  - nnd poor in a strange country and wont  to work in the stables for a living.. Some?  .: low"everybody liked Margaret; iior smile  was sweet and hor words shrewd.   The  children called  her Margaret, and she  ;,:  knew their names  and  answered their  salutntions along the street ns she drove  . by in tho milk cart. . .::;;  "After some yenrs .Margaret had saved  ;' enough to.buy a bit of ground that had  on it a small bakery.   The place was sold  for- a "trifle; but. now. Margaret .was in  royal; trim--n landowner nnd a ntanutac-  : -turer; for she opened the shop and began  ;bread nnd pie making for the.neighbors.  '/ .Presently there: was "a largo, bakery built;  soon'.brerid carts-vvere running over;the  / city bearing the words .'Margaret's Bak-  :-ery.'���'���;It became'"tne;-'fashion to buy.,.at  ���:'. Margaret's place.   During vvnr, pestilence  ���'.'���; and: disaster Margaret's fires, wore never  :   out,-arid the delicious rills'-kept up tlieir  weight1 and quality, no:mntter what else  V: in, ;life failed, i Then she began running  '���her free bread cartsduring the fever pnn-  ,ic; No one wont hungry, who was Within  '.sound, tif her cart wheels.    Froni'thnt  ��� time on no1 one need go hungry, in: Now  r, Orleans���those too poor to buy-were given  a loaf fresh nnd white as the best! and it  was - given heartily.: with a 'God ;��� bring |  '���' thee better times!'   There wns no distiuc-  ' tion in Margaret's favors.   She gave to  white nnd black, of any church or none.  ���   'Are you hungry?', that is.iill thnt was  ^necessary i=^Herciisibrcad;=tnke^Jtwitli.  God's blessing.1  than the t' tliest ninu ln the history of the  state, nnd of the sympathy and disceru-  liieiit of ilie needs of the poor the lmlf  conlil never lie told. She spent nothing  on herself. A clean blue calico, stunt  shoes, a black straw bonnet, n knitted  jacket cr shoulder shawl, an iron bedstead in a room without even a rocking  chair and overlooking the bnkesliop, sufficed for her. She had no time to enjoy  real luxuries. As long ns there wns a  weeping child or a friendless ;woman,  in the city what time had she to fold  her arms in h rucking elmir? While tliero  were uiiliuriod, colludes* forms cou'.d she  adorn lier home ot the living? And so it  happened that to tlio end uf life Mnrgaret spent neither time, cure nor uurney  uu herself. Klio forget there was such.a  .mortal as Margaret.  "And when one day the news went  around thut Margaret wns dead the great  cityriirose nud put on niuiii'iiiug: the business' houses were closed; nil the employments nf the city stood still. The day of  the burial thousands of her little orphans  'followed her bier as mourners: every  cliui'i-li sent delegations of honor bearers;  the public school children joined in the  throng: tho houses weuc draped along the  line of march: all thu-bells in the city  tolled; civic and military joined in tlie  procession witli ecclesiastics; there never  wns here a fiir.'.'i'al like Miirgnret's.        '  "Afterwiuil it wns found that hor possessions had been so disposed that liad  dentil 'conic nt any moment the affairs'of  this life were well mid intelligently  wound up. There wore no personal ef-  feets of vnliie, but even, her few garments sho left to the poor, niul with' the  proceeds of her 'wise investments her  charities nre royally endowed.   ...  "This statue is tile gift nf the city, to  show in this public way the esteem in  which she is held. It is very liko Margaret. Tho motherly figure, seated with  .one arm encircling a 'standing child at  lier side; the iintrimiiicil- dress, coin-so  slioes, the little erocheii'd shawl nbout  her shoulders nro homely, but who would  riinngu thein for liner clothing?- Tlio  smooth hair, witli its old fashioned French  purling; the strong chin, the pleasant  mouth, the serious eyes���is there not  'Something "fascinating in the contradictions of llie face?  "Mil-, yon ever seo such a head on a  woman's shoulders? Massive, wonderful! That is tlie bend of a statesman and  financier, while'its mouth, vvith its pleasant smile, telling'nt the Met mill natural  suavity of Margaret's character, proclaims the elements of a born diplomat.  Yet, look again at the broad, massive  brow, and see the earnest, loving eye thnt  speaks of a true womanhood; look once  more nt the coarse garments nnd you will  see thnt poverty nddod-uor load tu the.or-  dinary burden of womanhood; while ignorance, bereavement, uilliction, -loneliness  join hands with poverty against this soul.  But the massive brow conquered, the untaught brain triumphed, and under the  leadership of the sail, gentle eyes gave to  the suffering what niight, had she been a  mnn,.born in otlier circumstances, lmve  been the-gain of nations nnd the glitter  oi the trapping of a 'diplomat.'.  "When I consider what Margaret did  for one. city under such desperate disadvantages, I wonder what she could .have  done, for the World if nil the environments had been right. I was thinking of  that as'I, looked, iu passing for the hundredth time, nt the; strong, .fascinating  fnec this morning, when youi- question  met my ear. ".' :..-  "Yes, it looks like her, nnd there will,  never he another in marble like itto the  end of; time. She was a grand character  ���tender, strong, original; pitiful, helpful,'  wise." . ,-'������'" :'.r .  There'have been in this  city: dread days, whicli seemed ns it God  andr everybody had failed ns but Margaret; days when she nlmost literally fed  . the city.. During the yellow fever panic  Margaret began her noble work of taking  the children from the homos of 'death and  putting thein into a, house .under good  ��� care,  supporting them  herself in  every  particular.    Soon the one asylum grow,  into ninny; the dozens of her little charges  were numbered' liy hundreds���niid,'nt the  time of her denth thoiuiiinils.   At Ihe gate  of every orphan lu.vliim in the city Margaret's bread curl, with its smoking rolls,  wiis seen daily: nt ovi'i-y chaiitn'uio institution whatsoeverw took tlie privilege  of giving her bread freely, nnd Miirgnret's  name bonded the list for,every i-lmrity.i,  '"Our grand Charity hospital; (ilie of the  most, famous "in; the world,'; was largely  the gift of Mnrgaret.    You must  visit  that hospital.   It will make you bettor nil  your   life   for   having   seen   it.    Right  through the trees there, n't. the. right, do  yon we that magnificent building wllh ils  four galleries ruyiing around  the 'first  four siories of the houso?   Its gnto tells  in; gulden letters thnt this ia n children's  homo, given by Mnrgaret.;,where1 to the  end of time 'orphans will he eared for nud  cducntediby her bequests.-;Many iifoiir  cemeteries contain in form of handsome  tombs Margaret's simple but munificent  tboiightfuliiess. . Here yon know all are  buried, nlKive, ground in crypts or ovens  of masonry, and when you' visit ourcerao-  tories���ns,strangers always.do, for.there  are no burial places like these in, America  ���ypu will see,.stone tombs, .'containing'  one,'two or fuiir'dozen:ii6dies maybe/iii-  scribed, 'Given to the Little Sisters of the  Poor   by   Margaret.'.    'The . Strangers'  Tomb,! Given Ly -Margaret.'.': 1 suppose ;  Margaret spent more money for tlie oity  He Know What They "-Would' Do.  ��� Sir Charles Locoek, who was the physician nttouding,Queen Victoria'at a certain period of her:reigu, wus once commanded by her majesty toprococd to Berlin nnd report on the condition of hor  daughter;'the crown pnncess. On the return trip, stoppiug at Dover for n hasty  luncheon, he was euublcd to snatch ,a  glass of poor sherry and a piece of questionable pork.pie; ,: ',- '���������  After tlie train hud pulled out and Sir  Charles had been-locked in. ais..eompnrt-  meutke began to feel drowsy aud tofenr  that fnintiiess was overtaking" kirri. ������' Im-  mediutely he thought to himself:  "They will fiudi me. in a faint on the  floor aud bleed me'for a'fiti' and I need all  my blood'to digest this pork pie." ���  Thereupon-he-hurriedly drew out his  pencil, wrote on a piece of paper and  stuck it iu the band of his hat. Then lie  resigned himself to the deep sleep that  eaiiie upon [ him. He did not -wake uutil  the train had pulled into the London stn-  lion, and, still dazed by his slumber, he  jumped into n carriage and was driven  home- ���;.,'- ;���'.'.- '-.-  The grins of the servants and the' en-  clniuation of his wife''Were followed'by.  the inquiry from one of the children, "Oh,  pnpa.vyhat have you got in youriliatV".-:-.  ��� i Then: he remembered his experience on  the train.: Taking off his hat, he'.remoycd  the large; white pnper on which.he,hnd  scribbled' this petition to the general public:    .  .i_ "Don't bleed me. It's only a fit of indi-  -g'ostion���from=renting=some=i confounded,  pork pic!"���Youth's Companion.;-  Old Mullbox.  Among tho treasures held hy the Antiquarian sneiety-'iii'.'-I'ortsmoutll,: N. II.,  there Is an old box;the history of which  is given on n label which it benrs.  The box is of tin, pniiitcd green, and  shows signs of much��� usage;'wliich is not  surprising when one considers tlint it carried the United States mail between Portsmouth and Huston during the.ltevoliitlou.  It is about I) Indies long, 4% inclioswlde  and n littlo more than that in height.  i!lt was carried oil horsebiiek by Cnptnln  John Noble, otherwise known ns Dencon  'Nolilo, who wus post ridcruntil 1783.  This box contained all the inuii nud mnde  every week one round Irip. occupying  three dnys in the journey���from Portsmouth to Uoston the flrst of tlioweek und-  three dnys at the end of the week from  Huston to Portsmouth./ Tlio distance between tlie two places' is a little more than  fifty mileB.-   ���',  -  How TIilngH Usnnlly. Come.,  "Do you believe that nil things come to,  hlni who wails?" ;   .,  '"No," unswered tbo hustler; decisively.  'T.etty nearly eveiything thnt a mnn  doesn't want'comes to hiin who wnits,  but lliethiiigs worth having come to. him  who gets up nud humps himself."���Chicago Post.  Advice. /  I Suitor���Sir, yoii nre undoubtedly aware  of the object'of my"visit?  , Rubor���I believe you desire to mnke  my .daughter happy.   Do yoii'really moiin  it?  Suitor���Unquestionably,  Father���Well, dou't marry hor, then.  | TOE DESERTED SHIP  &   A Story of tlie Hays When tho Slave   <j>  ���J. Traito l-'iimrlKliL'd. %  ?-J^+H-'*^��-*-H'*'-:'����4��*<M^+  "Sail, ho! Tliree points ou the port  bow!" shouted John Tregaskis from tho  fureroyal yard, where lie was repairing  (lie service nf ihe fiiuirupv Just where It  bad got ehuicd in the wake uf tlie mast.  We were hnincwnril linuiid in the ship  lliulviirii lroni pulls un ihe Muilriis const,  luiiiloil witli sugar In the Inwer hold and  our 'tween decks full nf bales uf cotton.  We hnd been fiivnred with splendid southerly winds ever since rounding the Cape  uf Guild lln|ii>. nnd we liud tuuehed nt St.  Helena in put a snilnr ashore who wus  dying ul' liyseniery.  Tlie si rung suntlionst trades were blow-  inj: with vignr, nud we were bowling oil  our nine knots nn hour with all onr stiuf-  siiiis set tii starliuaid. The wind was just  a trille un the sini-hnuril qiuirter, nnd we  luul tlie weather clew ot the mainsail  hauled up. All hands-were busy tarring  down ihe rigging prcjiiiriittii'}' tu painting  ship, fm- tlie lliirkni'ii wns a smart Hast  Iiiiiianinu. nnd Captain Gulliver wnnted  lim- tu Ije spick and span when she hnuled  into the I.uiidiui ducks.  1 wns whin the owners called ii'Mnid-  shipmnn." my father having' paid ��50  premium m tlieni fur the privilege of tny  weiiriiig u brass Imuiul' cap; with their  liniise ling un it. mnl a blue uniform for  tlie feiv weeks while I u-ns ashore. The  rest nf the yeai" 1 cleaned out hencoops,  fed ihe fowls, washed the captain's  clothes, kept the steward's bunks, assisted  Sniiibo. the negrn cuuk. and turned, the  grindstone tor;,. Chips, the carpenter.  Kvery Sunday I wns ullnwed on the puop.  and. having an old "pig yoke." wns nllovv-  ed to "shout the sun." working nut the  latitude by the old SbVIS method und In-  vnrinbly getting it wrung. '  I used,to go aft with fear nnd trembling  with my cnlculntiiuis worked o'.i a slnto  nnd hnnd it to tlie "old man." '-���'���..'  "No wniider 1 am getting gray and  wrinkled," he wns iicciistoincd to exclaim,  "with sueli a blue 'mined imp ns you to  work my soul bolt out. Mere the ship' is  in lu degrees 10 in in ul es north latitude,  and confound mo if ynu haven't figured  her to the northward nf the line. Tako  ilint, niul thnt, niul thai, you young swnb.  Why didn't you stop in your father's office clinging .ink? You're tit only, to eat  nnd sleep. Get out of this!".  -. Oii this pnrticulni-; oeension when Tre-  guskis hailed the deck reporting tlie sail  in sight 1 wns up in the mir.zentop setting  up theVtopmast rigging with n, "handy  billy" tackle, assisted by another iniil-  Bliipniiin, who also hailed from London.  We were not high enough up to mnke the  strange craft out, but in about half an  hour sho hove in sight nnd we could see  her; plainly. She was hull down and hor  canvas seemed to he in rags. Happing in  the breeze.  "On deck; there!" I shouted.  "Helliil"; sang-out the captain, who  was walking tlie poop,cpuf!iug jingo clouds  of black smoke out of a mouth that  stretched from ear to onr. "Wlint ilivyou'!-  Want now? Can't you set up that rig-,  ging without .buy help? Chip a stopper  on your jaw tnckle nnd go on with your  work." ."������ ; '- - -' iV  -,. "l^lense,: sir, there's n...queer looking  craft in sight from here. ..All her sails  seem to have blown nwny.".v ; [vi:--.!,. ;.-  The old man gave u grunt and camo  aloft to hnve a look ut her/carrying a  pair of good mnrinc glasses slung iironnd  his neck. He gut on the ''.ntizzen topsail  yard and observed her closely; for live  minutes. Then he hurried dnwu on deck  and told the steward, who called tho chief  ninte,: whose watch it was below. Meanwhile he cxeln'iiiged a few words with the  sot-mid ninte. who immediately:.afterward  I'linred nut in n stentorian voice:  "l.ny dnwnfriiin nliitt. every mother's  sun nf you. and; bring your tnr buckets  with ynn."������;."���'-}'.- ������'���'-��� -..-'. ',;���"' - '-������>  i-AII linnds got down as sninrtly as they  en'ulil. feeling very much 'surprised; '���"���,'.-���'.  "I wonder wluit nils the old'hunks  iinv.-?" growled nn ancient sen dog. whoso  u'i'izzieil lucks huiig n'ver his.shoulders.'. "1,  guess it: is suiiii'dodge tu get extra work  mit-'of an huiiest eveiy. If he had sniled  wiili si'ime of the boys I used to go to sea  witli. he'd hnve been hMsted overboard  long before this." ' ������   y  .hist ut, this time the port wntch camp  oii deck, -muttering and growling,'for it  wns (inly four bells in the afternoon  watch, and they thought they were safe  tintil 4 o'clock.  ,.;���;  We took iu nil the Btun'snils. hauled the  mainsail up snug and kept nwny ft couple  of points, heading direct tor the stronger  with.tlie flapping'sails; which was now  plainly, visible froni the deck.  ; Tlie. skipper and the mutes held a close  confabulation';on' the; poop and watched  the craft through their .glasses.  In a littlo while we were close alongside  of her, heaving to about a quarter of a  mile to windward.   :  She wns a tliree masted topsnil schooner. Not a sour wns to be seeii on her  jj^jt.i_Ji_!he_ !?5!L !S?n nbiindoned. it  must hnve"bceiiTiiira"liiii'ryrfor"-"cvery:isail-l  had been left set. This was evident to  the nautical eye. although the eunvns  hung in tatters from yards and; guffs.  She wns long and low and, judging from  her general nppearnuce, nnist lmve been  very fust. Originally, she luul been painted bliick, but only n few patches rcniuihi'd  to toll the talc.-.tSun.; wind nud sea hnd  loft 'a her grayish '.white, nnd a's/ehe,  wnliowed In the ^trough; ofthe sea she  looked weird nndghastly nnd ghostly.'- ������_  1 $"}���tell you thnt 'tliere' ci-nft is tlie Ply-"  liig Dutclimnn," snid' be of the grizzled  locks. ��� ���:.. ���,-.- '���-��� y.X:-;i.i ������-������ ������;--. -i,..-t:���vyii  "Klylng Dutchmnii^ be.darned!" replied  �� eockiiey Miilor whb-liililed from Lltno-  hotise. "You.orter;know bettii'r. The  Dutchman is,a full riggod ship, nnd that  ono Is n topsail schooner.,,'.Giny unit- ain't  always n sign of wisdom, judging from  the likes of you." '; ' :  .'Presently we got the order to lower  nwny the captain's gig, wlilch bung from  the port davits just ns we hnd hoisted her  up after leaving poor Olsen nshoro nt  Helena.' Accordingly \ve lowered her  into the wnter, nnil' she wns duly manned  by her regular crow .of four. I, who am  now spinning this yarn, pulled bow.  Wo rowed right nroiind her. looking for  n convenient" plnce to climb on her deck,  but finding none we just innde fust to the  riinin chntinols by the painter, mid I, being the youngest, scaled her side and  jumped over her rail to her deck, just  ahnft the mnin rigging. Eveiything wns  ns nent ns nineponce. The ropes were nil  coiled* snugly "iirnund the belaying pins,  and; there wns n'n sign of disorder nbout  the'decks. 1 threw over^ the end of. one  of the ruunlng genr'lntd the hont so'that  the skipper might hnng on to It nnd  clamber up. The old mnn cnught hold of  It and, having a lot of low cunning, just  tried Its strength. It wna so rotten that  it pnrted nt once. The skipper muttered  nn oath nnd looked daggers nt me. finally he climbed up with the help of the  painter, and after passing the boat astern,  with one hand to tako care nf her, we proceeded to investigate.  The vessel hnd evidently been n clipper,  lier skylights nV.eri. beuiltifully carved,  nud the cniupnninuwuy leading to her cub-  iu wus ns elegant ns ibut uf a yacht. The  linnr. however, was lucked. A thick blue  mold iiieiusU'il the glass nf the skylight  mi the inside, nud the frames would put  lift up. The huleliway leading to the  fore-castle was closely burred niul bolted,  while the fore nml main hatches were  tightly battened dnwii.  Captain Gulliver, while cruising around  the decks, stumbled nernss nn old tusty  iron cruwinir, nnd with this lie pried open  the dours nf rhe iiriei'eiiiiipiinluiiwny, lie  peered down below, nud il was dusky nnd  murky us a tunib.  He snug nut: "Helnw there! ls there  anybody helnw?" And then he hesltnteil  ns if In n quandary.  This wns ilie -first time I ever snw the  old fellow'show the white feather.  After n little while he braced up und.  seizing the crowbar, broke open the cabin  skylights, using, us it seeineil to hie, un-  ucct'ssnry force iu so doing. A mysterious, pestilent odur ascended friini the  niicitiii'e.  "l!n down below; Hill." snid llie skipper  tn one ufliis bunt's crew, "mill see wlint  there is."  "Cnpiain. I'd rather: jump overlimiril  and never come up ngniii than go down  that there cunipiiniiinwny alune," wns the  reply nf the scum) snilnr. whose timbers  actually shivered witli fear.  .) "Voir wretched cuwnrd; you've drunk  ynur Inst tut of grug iibuard my ship!"  roared the skipper ns I e plunged down  tlie cabin steps.  1 followed him nt a cautious distance,  being fur moro frightened thnn he was.  The stairs lediluwn into n hnndsnme nnd  lofty saloon, beautifully hung with oriental lapestry. In a inaluig ny swinging  tray above the cabin table were decnnteis  inn! tumblers of cut glnss. Although everything wns covered withb'ue uiuld uu  inch thick, it wiis evident tbnt n careful  steward hnd been nceusfiiiied tn rule over  the destinies'of the saloon.  On either side nf iho mnin cnbiti were n  number nf doors leading into stnteiooins.  The skipper tried ihe one henresi the  stern on the starboard side, lt was locked.  "Pass down thai crowbar. Bill." snid  the captniii in quiet tunes, lie no longer  put,on the nir of u swaggering blusterer,  but acted us though lie was in church listening to n sky pilot.  '"The crowbar wns bunded him. nud with  it he pried open the stateroom door. A  strange and'startling spi'etncle was revealed. With her bend buried in tlie. cushions of a low couch, on lier knees befoie  the iniiigc nf tlie l'.lessed Virgin nnd with  her jet black hair hiding ber cheeks and  descending in raven torrents', down lier  buck wns n beautifully dressed woman.  Ueside lier. were it breviary nnd n lusuiy  The skipper stinted bnck us though he  luul been shot.- The womnn actually  seemed tn hear the ."Excuse nie. nuiilnin,  tor intruding." he 'began, but nt 'that nm  ment, realizing that she could nut be tiliiv,  he tuok hold of hor gently. Al his first  touch the form collapsed and fell tn the  floor.  We nil rushed on deck nnd found the  nurknru within hailing distance. Twen  ly sailors were sent on;board the strange  ship, nnd it wns curious to see how timve  we beeiime when re-ouforced by such n  lot of sturdy jack tnrs. ;To mnke n long  story short, we ransacked the vessel from  steni to "stern. In her lower bold we  fotiud the skeletons of 250 persons, all In  iron manacles. Tliere were just '2Ti0 at  them, because 1 and a fellnw midshipman  conn ted them hy order of the skipper.  ; This accounted eleiirly - fur; the vessel  She hnd been n slaver iind Iind been nbnn  doned. though for what renson nnlmdy  could understand. She hnd 'probably  drifted for yciiis off the African const  fur.out of the trnck of ships, nnd this no  counted for her not having been reported  before. A sudden shift of wind ' must  hnvo wafted her off Ihe Innil nnd driven  her into the highway: of .the ocean frequented by homeward humid East India  men!  ' The mystery of the womnn wus deeper  a'nd'..darker. A "brown sheet of paper,  with big spots un ' it. telling 'clearly of  lonrs, nnd snme faded characters,; which  looked like Spanish, wits rniind besidu  uer.   Nobody could' interpret ll.  The mate wnnted the captain to tow  the Rchnuiier to St. Helena and sell her  for whnt she would fetch. The skipper,  being one of the nlil school and supei'sti  tious at thut. wouldn't listen to'hlni..- lie  snid he was going to burn. her. and burn  her he did. A barrel uf coal tnr nnd n  bundle of ��� oakum judiciously arranged  worked uilmirnbly. uud the poor-Africans  bad a splendid fuueial pyre.  THE OFFICIAL TALE.  NOT EAGER FOR A CHANGE IN COLONIAL COURT OF APPEAL,  ,.Story of tlie Failure of the Xbcotlattonii  llclnretin UcpreseDtatlTea of tho Coluu-  lcs���Melting of iho Colonial Kxpuru  iu Londoa ut the ltequclt of Ihe ltl^lit  lion. Joiiepli CtiamberlaiD-^ Hon. V.  ... Mlllt' Purl. " i  ������':���'��� '  A  Whito Taper issued    yesterday  (Cd. 810.   rrico 3id.) contains   the  -correspondence relating to  the proposed    establishment   of a      Filial  Court of Colonial  Appeal, with the  recommendations  of  the   Conference  of Colonial delegates who     met   in  London in June untl July Inst,   and  iho final    decision of His Majesty's  Government.     It   will be remembered, says The London Daily      News,  that a proposal  to strengthen    iho  representation   oi the    Bcif-govcrliig  colonics oh the " Judicial Committee  of    the    Privy   Council   was   made  known     by Mr. Chamberlain during  the debate on the Australian   Commonwealth Bill.     The project    was  dropped'ut'the time of the .representation   of the Australian   delegates,  and it,was decided ,to take un early  opportunity; of .consulting 'tho      Colonics on the subject. On February  14,   therefore,  Mr.  Chamberlain telegraphed to the 'Governor-General and  Governors of Canada, Australia,New  Zealand'and Natal that "it is. earnestly ���'desired, to deal     with       the  matter this session, nnd. His ���'; Majesty's Government desire "'assistance  of Colonial legal experts to   discuss  matters  witli   Lord Chancel lor,,, law  oflicers, niid myself," and nsking   in  each case that the name of the delegate proposed by tho Colony should  lie telegraphed us curly ns possible'  As tit Iirst formulated,  the    plan  wus that   the'   number of  delegates  should bo confined    to a single representative of each of the three great  groups of colonies, viz., ono     from  Cniincld untl '.'Newfoundland',' one from  Australasia, unci one from        South  Africa���though--Mr." Chamberlain wus  prepared,'-if desired by the- colonics  in question, to agree to separate rc-  'presontatives    ,.froni' New      Zealand  anil   'Natal.     The manner in..which  the original suggestion was regarded  liy those colonies is indicated in thoir  replies.      On  March  1st Sir. AW    V.  llnly-llutcliison telegraphs:  Ministers    desire separate     representation    of Colony; thoy    suggest  W. 11. Morcom; K.C., as delegate.  New Zealand is no less prompt:  March 0:   Sir James Prcnilergast,  lute Chief:. Justice,-has been : selected  by my Government, to discuss .liidi-  ciu'l   Committee,  of  Privy   Council.  ,  Newfoundland    is equally   anxious  for  independent representation,   and  the Crown Colonics, who upiioitr to  have been altogether omitted../ from  the scheme, have also n     word    to  say. On      April   3rd   Sir  1��\   A.  Swcttcnham; Governor of the Straits  Settlements,, telegraphs:  Legislative Council and Chamber  of Commerce urge that one member  Final Court Colonial Appeals bo selected from Crown Colony .1 r.dgcs or  retired judges.  On behalf of Ceylon, Sir J. West  Hidgoway iorwurds on March 20 a  memorandum.:"-.from' .: the Attorney-  General vof the Colony nnd re-solutions from the bar of Ceylon   and  the Chamber of Commerce in the xvliich should have vested in it the  snine sense, al the same lime ix-, appellate jurisdiction of the Houso  pressing his own opinion in favor of n{ Lords and of His Majesty in  the adoption of the proposal. As a Council; that this court should con-  result of these suggestions Mr. j tain representatives from India, Can-  Cltainbei-lain    linnlly appointed    Sir   n(]a)     South Africa, 'and Australia,  carefully to consider any rccommen-.  dations which may bo made as. -the  outcome of the proposed conference.  They repeat, however," their opinion  that with tho information they at  present possess, the creation of the  four Colonial Law . Lords suggested,  would ' not inspire any additional confidence in the Judicial Committee.   ':  The conference hold its first meeting on June 2G. On July <t Mr.  David Mills, who had been elected  chairman, forwards to"Mr. Chamberlain tlio following recommendations: v ,   ' .���  1. Appeals, should continuo to lie  from the colonics and from India to  His Majesty in Council.'  -. It.Wis' desirable that appointments to tho Judicial Committee  should bo from timo to time mado  in such numbers as may bo considered necessary from ono or moro  of the following:  (ni Tlio Dominion ol Canada and  Newfoundland. ��  (b) Tho Commonwealth ol Australia.  (c) Now Zealand.  (d) South Africa.    .  (c) Tho Crown" Colonics.  (1) India.   .;  3. A member so appointed should  vacate any judicial olllco which' ho  may.be. holding at the timo'.of his  appointment to tho Judicial Committee.  4. Tlio selection of such members  should not' be restricted to judges  and ox-judges.  5. Every such member should bo  appointed for lifo or for a; term o!  years. In the event of it being decided that such appointments.-'.to the  Judicial Committee should be mado  for a term of years, suitable pensions should bo provided for all  members who complete such term of  office, and tho term which may. L bo  decided upon should be sufficiently  long to be an inducement to properly qualified men to accept appointments to tho Judicial Committee. It  is considered that such a compura-j  ti veiy short term as seven yours  would not bo sufficient for that purpose. It is -'recommended- that tho  term should bo ono of at least fifteen years.  0. Although the question of  ary is not apparently one of  matters for the consideration  which the conference has been  somblod, it. is suggested that  salary to be paid should bo "sufficiently ample to induce men possessed of suitable qualifications to  accept .appointments- to the Judicial  Committee.  7. It is desirable that arrangements should bo innde for securing a  larger nttciidunce of Lords of Appeal  at sittings of the j Judicial Committee.  8. That, with the view to tho  avoidance of delay, the simplification of procedure and the .lessening  of costs, each colony should be /invited to suggest such alterations or  amendments as it may desire in tho  Orders in Council, restricting or re- '  gulating appeals from such colony  and tho.Gcncral Rules of rrnctice including those as to costs of appeal.  These recommendations are signed  by all-the delegates except Mr.-Emerson (Newfoundland) and Mr. Henry  Hodges (Australia) and Sir James  Prendcrgast (New Zealand). In a  letter to Mr. Chamberlain Mr.  Hodges said that "in his opinion  it was desirable that there should bo  only?ono ,-." Court     of Final v,Appeal,  sal-  tlto  of  as-  tho  :W.; J;' Smith,"Chief Justice- of Xlui-  ana, to represent, the Crown colonics  at-the'���conference./ .'.'*'",'; i:i.iif':.;\  : There is an" interesting "despatch'  from the,Earl:of- Hopctouii,'.written  in reply to Mr.:-Chamberlain's ;lir.st  .despatch, and suggesting: the,... cnu-  fious .attitude of /the Government of  the i. Coiiimoiiweulth.'.;- :T.clcgi-apiling  .6n.-v;-.-;Pobruury.'-.';.;''20;V'.'L^rdvlIo"liotouii'-  'suys: .;'"������ .'"yi :.";������:':'-y-'; ",yi:'."': "':'������'/;''"���/  :/;''Referring to.;your:;: telegram;,lat  14 th:' February..- Commonwealth"; Min-'  isters desire to'be furnished .;.: with  some' outline of the proposals j of.  His Majesty's .Gbvornmcnt'ns:to suggested ;strengthening of coloniul * ror  presentation on;.lhe Judicial ���.Committee of the Privy Council, in';/'or,-  and should ordinarily sit in two  divisions, though, in; cases ol :' exceptional difficulty, both ; divisions  might sit together. lie was of  opinion that it was desirable lhat  nn entirely new court should bo  formed, which ho considered would  'command the administration and respect mot only of tho whole British  race, but of every race in the.; British dominions, and would be a powerful factor in:the development of a  closer union between all parts ot,  the empire." ,  In ii despatch to the Governor-  Generals and Governors, dated August 10, tho Colonial Secretary says  that as "the result of.the conference  has     been    to show that no      far-  Iloodoos or the  Ycllovfetone.  One of the' wouders of��� the." National  park of the Yellowstone are the,: barren  and oddly .shaped .rooky columns '.Itiinwu  ns the lloodoos. hecnuse: of their ro-  semblunco nt n distance to fantastically  dressed hiiliinn~lip|iigs,. Rooduo niuiintnin  lies about fifty miles to the suiithi'iist uf  the Grand canyon of the Yellowstone and  forms a distinct .attraction.;by. itself.  High up on the side nf the mountain, nud  obscured from view at n short distance,  lies a low, Hat tract.or basin containing  Inrge numbers of rocky pillars, sbnfts und  spires, worn into the most grotesque  sluipes by thn action ot the elements.  Tho forms of animals, human ticiniis.  churches and n multitude of nnitiinte nml  inanimate objects cnu he traced in the  rocks, the''variety being limited only by  ihe Imagination of tho beholder. The  storms, of,ngen hnve worn deep channel*  union;: the rucku. through which the visitor wanders ns In n bewildered labyrinth.  It Is n vvelrd spot, and line never iln1* of  threading lis rocky manes and gazing  upon tithe's sculpturing!!.  Tobacco le llie licet Innccllclde.  ���Most of tbo Insects common to bouse  plants dislike tobacco as much as does the  cleanly housewife. The best: way to use  it as an Insecticide upon window plants Is  to secure n good hnndful of tnbncco  stems.' plnce them In an old basin, pour  boiling water over them, a ml let them  stand for several hours. Then drain.off  the liquid into n brisin or tub deep enough  for immersing the tops of your plants In  and dilute: If with ,wnrm water- until it  shows only n faint tint of brown, v Then  take up the plants one nt a time and bold  them, tops down, in the water, washing  them clean.���Endies' Home Journal.  dor thnt they may"be"tho better able | reaching alteration in tlio     present  Defore nnd After.  ' Before maYriage a wife Is a beautiful  fancy. Afterward she Is a solemn fact,  and facts are always, stubborn.���Baltimore World.  io consider what instructions delegates from the Commonwcnllli should  receive in cmboiliniciit,/of tlieir views  of the proposal, unless indeed, it  should be found .preferable to . leave  the matter entirely iu the linnds  of liis Majesty's Government without any special representation of  tlie Commonwealth."      '  Replying on March 4., Mr. Chtim-  -boi'Uiiii���states���tliiit:���    "No'proposals yet formulated beyond decision tu;provide four additional Law Lords'to secure permu-  li'ent anil adequate representation of  great colonies mill India. Questions  of tenure of. ollice, .preservation of  existing courts and procedure will  bd for discussion by conference.  -Earnestly hope your Government'will  send dclegiito  On June, d Lord Minlo transmits a  minute' of tho Privy Council of the  Dominion.     The Council observe:  Your Excellency's" Government." Is  not dissatisfied Willi the manner in  Which thu lluui'il of 4.1io Judicial  Committee of the I'rlvy Council/ is  ut present constituted, and us now  advised they do not, seo nny advantage to bo gullied by (he. creation of  four additional Law Lords,' to be  chosen from the self-governing colonics, with scatsln tlio Houso , of  Lords ns well us on the. . Judicial  Committee.   .. '";..'.    /  ; Of- late years and since it' has be-  como almost the settled practice to  summon to the sittings ot the Bonrd  the most distinguished jurists at the  .contro of /the Empire whoso services  woro available,, the people of Canada  have been generally satisfied with  this condition of things.  Tho commltteo ��� is desirous ' thnt  your Excellency's delegate : should  thoroughly discuss with tho Lord  Chancellor, tho-Law Officers of the  Crown, and the, other delegates, the  many problems-which would necessarily follow any attempt to .change  tho existing Appeal Courts -of the  Empire,     and thov will be prepared  tribunal is: desired, or would be considered satisfactory b.v the colonies  generally, and so long as the colonics arc of that opinion, His Majesty's Government do not propose to  make any material changes for the'  'establishment' of; nu Imperial' Court  of Appeal."  .   \V��!��t��l'll  Kllllgt! HomcH.  ���-Thc-grcat-Objection_ CqI ._Dont_h_nd__  to western range horses wns the way ~  in which tliey were broken! They aro  allowed to run wild: with tho bunch  until thoy nro often four or; flvo  years old before they havo a ropo  on them, ; it is only natural that  such ah animal should bo nervous  and wild. Hero is the;method:-,-, of  breaking: , A rider goes und rounds  up tho bunch and chases them into  the coral 1; huro the victim is selected and from a point in tlio < centra ���  the roper" swings his' lariat. Sometimes the bronco; lias to bo violently  thrown before tho saddlo can bo adjusted. Then the bronco buster  mounts armed with gulrt and spurs,  a contest ensuing in which thu horso  bucks violently to got,clour of- a  burden it doesn't understand. Sometimes'.ho .will"'havo to "break "tho  horse's'heart" to conquer lilm, thon  the result will boa dead head devoid of spirit.���"-.- -.; ..������.'".,',"������,���-���  It was suggested that more attention bo paid to tho colts���that thoy  should bo hundicd and potted when  young and mnde to uiulurstand that ,  men don't mean to Injure them,'thus  greatly minimizing' tho .trouble. of  breaking whon the time camo to saddle them.  Thought of.lilm.  Papa���Aro you suro that you and  mamma thought of'nlo v.nile you  were away?  Grace���Yes: <we"henrd a imm i>iCK-  ing.up a great row about his breakfast at the hotel/and mamma said,  "That's just liko Papa."  'i THE INDEPENDENT
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behind his buck. A third puts the thumb
of it in the pocket of his Wiiistcnnt, and a
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I. was an-ainost-total; wreck.,;I.,,haid
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cure 'the functional a'llmerits'.that make
'the. llves'iof .so1 mariywoni'-'n' a'"'source
of .censtant iri'sery.and bring the Blow.
of'hoaltlr to pale.r.nd salloiv;'chee.!ls.
Othor. aJlegad, tonic pills1 are mere 1m-
itatlonsof 'this great medicine;, and.the
buyer shoud see that the" full /nam'-
"Dr. Williams',:pink,'Pills--,:for ''Pole
People,")is;on every,':box.::Sold; by, ail
dealers; In medicine :br: sent; postpaid
at 50c a box, or. s'x.;boxes: for 52.50,
by addressing; the' Dr. Willianig Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.. .»"    ,v*   :'■■"■
-   <   Opnnno,'Gliiiifl,
A bnthroom vvlmloiv or one having
nn objectionableoiitlookiiiny bonindo
opiuiue at little cost. To n pint of stale
nlc add a handful of cpsoui salts.-Mix
well and; apply with 11 brush. This
makes a hard "finish that: wil} remain
inoved by scrubbing nt any time.
Thero Is moro Catarrh in Uili nootlon of tho
couuLry limn all other di-oi'so.i put :c^othor,
und until tho Inst iowyor.ra wall i.a;)pi)o';(i to bo
lucurublo. Kora {trsc^ihttny .voiirs doctors prei
uouucod it a local diso'nso, und proscribed local
romedios, nnd by constantly faiiiuir to euro vvith"
local troatmont, pronounce:! it incurnlilii.
Bclooco hns proven oaturrli to hoiicotiiititiitioii;
aidlKoaso,aud thoroforo rcquii-ci coni;titutlcn>
al troatinouU ' Hall's Cularrii Ci'.io, inaiiiifiiC'
turod.by Jb", J Clionoy & Co., Toledo,'Ohio, is
tho only constitutional euro oii tho uiurlfoU It
{station Intornully in doses from 10 drop:! lo 11
toaspoonful, :: Ituctsdiroct-ly ou tho blond and
mucous siirfacos of tlio systoni, T!ii'y,,otlcr o:io
linndroddoUnrsfor any enso ih fail.-i'to ouio,
Boud for circulars nnd to.itlmonl.ils
-Adiirora    F. J.CHENDV&COmToIoiIo.O.
Sold liy Drnuglsts, Vie.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho b03t.   - -
IIoiv n VonnR Iftirror Siiconniliod to
111*   UtV'llI'H   Stl'eilUOUHUUNN.
"My first nttomiit nt niaklnp; a start
for myself was not successful," hiugh-
sd the attorney who -Is-'.well known in
the oily as a lending legal light. "When
I graduated from the law school, 1
hadn't the slightest Idea where to locate, so when I chanced to sec a news
Item to the effect that a smaH but
prosperous town In tho central part of
the state was in need of an attorney at
'law I looked upou'If as heaven,soilt
and'decided to go there at once." But
no sooner Jad 1 iaeUed up my shlnglo
than I llscovered that another young
lawyer had seen the same Item Iind
flint ho, too, lad looked upon the Information ns heing especially prepared for
his benefit and had opened an office in
the town, I realized that there would
not bo room for both of us in so small
a place, so I called a meeting to form
a community of Interests.
" 'Now,' said I,''you know as wellas
I do that there is ,-lot business enough
hero for both of us and that sooner or
later ono will have to quit andgo elsewhere. Such being the case.;-1 propose that vve enter Into an agreement
that the first one who succeeds;in getting a client shall have the field to
himself, the other sceUiug greener
"lie agreed to the plan, and wo drew
up and signed a paper to that effect.
"The.next morning I chanced to loolt
out of my olllco window nnd saw a
man deliberately .vytillc up to another
niiin and knock lilm;down. Realizing
that here was my chance, I seized my
hat and rushed out.
" "See here,' safd I to the aggressor.
'I saw you knock that man down without provocation.: and doubtless he will
have you arrested for it. Now, I am
an attorney, and If you will let me
lmve tbe case"— *
" 'I've got a lawyer,' he growled,
pointing to a doorway whore stood my
'grinning rival.
"I kept" my: part of the agreemeut
and left town. Years afterward I learned that the whole thlngvvas a put up
Job of my competitor, who had given
iho aggressive party $10 to knock down
the mini;: against •,whom he had a
grudge, promising to defend him in
court and pay all expenses."
With every exertion the best of men
can do but a .'moderate amount of good,
but It spoins In the power of the most
cunti'inptilili' liidivuliail to do Incalculable mischief. „   .
A Sworn Statement of Fr.ctsAl-
niost Beyor.d Belief.
Bsylwr and Selling;,
"You advertised," said the gullible
one, "thaf you had discovered-the key
to success."
"True," admitted the fakir. •
"Well, It didn't help me a little bit."
"The renson for that," answered the
fakir pleasantly, "is that you have been
buying the key Instead of selling it.
It has brought mc success.
If attacked v.-ith cholora or suramnr complaint
of nny kind solid at onco for u, hottla of Dr. J.D.
Kollogn's Dysmtrr Cordial and nun it nccord-
ini; to directions. It acts with •n-ouUorlul ra nid-
ity in subduing that droadfal 'isciifO that
weakens thsstroneost man and-that destroys
tho young and dclicnto. Thoso who havo used
this cholera medicino say it acts promptly, and
never fails to oft'octu thorough euro..;
.yi:;yyy ,,;'No.Saucallngv;;;'ll'iyyi.
Some Engllsli''travelers were recently
In a restaurant ■'In a. German town
when a woman who was serving imparted the Interesting Information that
aplg was being killed round the-corner. ^Oiie of them remarked that, it
was curious'thaf the pig did not squeal.
The woman looked at them In surprise.
"Aber," said she, "es ist polizeillcli ver-
boten"—It's forbidden by the police.
';. '•Irl'T, J. Humes, Co'iimbuvOhio, ivr'toe:
i'.'J linvp, hem iillhetid for,10:116'.tiin'.'M'itii
ividiii'j- nnd JJivor Ooiupliiiiits', iiii.riind Piii-
:iieloii!dTills iho licit iiicdioino lor tlicio di-
reuso-. • 'Hi -so pills;-.do not cnuso piiiior
.friji,n^r, jintl i-iiciiild he u-bn'.ivhon n'e>itli:u°t:u
- rcf|uirad. They mc Gohitine.Coati'd, and
ml,0.1 in tlio Hour ;iif Ijoorioo-tOj.|ire.-;cnv
•'leii'puiily, andgivo'tlicm 11 pleasant, a'jma
tib'.a taste; ■•■:    ■■ ■■ : ■■■.■:■'■■•'-■■■■-■' i'X-■-.'■:; .'•
indolent Cnnie,
Judge—What oro jyour; grounds for
divorce, sir?    .''','     ,'    "''[
Plaintiff—My wife married mo to reform mo and after wo settled down
didn't havo sense enough to give up
tho idea.
Juijre— Granted.—Brooklyn Llf».
A  Dangerous .Tree.
The fruit of the umganu tree of Sout*
Africa yields a strong Intoxicating
drink-fcr-the-natlves.—Elephants "are
fond of It, becoming quite tipsy, staggering about, playing antic's,, screaming
so as to be heard for miles and baring
tremendous fights. When in this state)
tlie native* bave them alone.
Mothor Grapes'Worm Hxrcziuinalor is 7il«i£
nut to take; sum anil-nlTvctmii i:rdi"stnivin<
u-oraifl,:. Wauy Iwvo tried it with b'jst i--.ialt».
-..< ..,., "ii'lio Winn llie Dny.
..AVhbii two boys start out In life, 0110
n'ltli a copy of "Winning His Way" In
his pocket and the other with a piece
of natural elementary hustle In his
head, the latter usually comes lu first
nt the post.	
Stroncr Hon.
Mian Tourist0—Vou havo some strong
und riiKKCil typos of manhood out in thl-
u't'Rti'i'ii country, haven't you?    ,
StitKu Dinei—Yiii'., nu-,1, we hev mc 11
out hero thet don't lliinli it's nutliin' to
mild up u railroad traiu.—Ohio Stnli
Tho Toronto Mall and Emplro sends
a KuDoi-mp to Oshawu- His InQute-
' lou Hooiilr. m Complete Vei<lfiuution
of Oi l.inal Story.
Very many startling stories of won^
d'rful cures by Dodd'3 Kidney Pills have
b:en published In these columns, and in
other newspapers all over tho country
from timo to t!me.-.
Every cato ha3 been so well r.uthcn-
t'jcatckl as to leave little roam for doubt,
and yot the ctatements mads and the
curea reported, have, In many cases,
bren £0 nearly mlraaulouj as to be al
moat bsyond belief.
Recently The Sfall and Empire of To
ronto anil other papers publ'jjhed a dispatch from Gshawa, In which It was
cald that a mechanic In the 03hawa
Malleable Iron Works had been cured
of paralysis by Dodd's Kidney Pills, and
that after ho had been absolutely helpless for four, months, and had been given
up by the physicians at the hospital
In Toronto. .■•;.■'■ ';
This waa too. much for 1 many people
to believe, and numerous demands.were
nude-oh'..the paper .In, question for a
verification or correction.        ,':    '-''
One correspondent * signing :'.hlhiselt
"M?d!cu3" in a letter to the Mail and
Empire openly disputed,the possibility
of such a cure. •;. ■„• y  "
To g;t at. the real'.facts s. reporter
waa sent to Oshawa, arid the result was
a complete coriflrmatlori of the original
Idlspatch. ;„ To put the matter absolute
ly beyond question the following sworn
(statement., wa3;.secured'":-.■ .[.,;.■■ ..;.'■[.
Tne Statement ot Mr. Brown.
In the fall. of 1S>7 .1"wa3 taken 111
with ;what meet of;; the doctors called
Paralysis,, aiid others',nervous prostration. . It commenced with a stiffness
and sbrenos3 In the;:"calvcs; of, my legs
and gradually Increased till I could not
move cither of my arms or legs, having
lost all. power In, them. :I could; hot
have raised my arm3 to my head to save
my life. : , Por over:Iour:months Icould
not stand, or, walk a single step.; I -doctored with, all .the : local doctors,, and
thsn with a Eowma'nville doctor.':. ;Each
one gave-'me. some;'different;'medicine,
but .themore.I took, the worse I got.
At last the Eowmanvlllo. doctor toid
me that;nothlhg''could be don« for; me
unless I went to the: hospital - ln Toronto, where they might, perhaps liave some
later■] treatment ;' for-, paralysis , which
would fit: my caae.' I went there, toward the end of January, 1S0S, and remained . under treatment in that Institution for a little over-'fourvveeks.. .7.11
was tn.valn; I got wor3e. ^Twelve doc-j
tors told' me Icould not recover, >nd
that nothing' could be dona iforvmc, so-
aa.'I wai "getting.'worse every day,:and
there .was no hope of their ■ being, able
to help me in the least, -l;;waa removed
to my home here.'•'''■'■'I'.'waa.-lIJta a.baby,
unable to;move.; ;:;:;;:.•' '■'i:y''l'i'";:"'
'•; At' this: extremSty; someone advised- me
to uie,1 Dodd's Kidney,Pills, and my'wife
bought a, box., ..Wo had'hot' the slightest Idea "that' they;would help me, butj
like.a - drowning; man,' I-graaped.at every,
^travv.;;.; After: I; Had ".used the'; first .box
th? .numbness began to leave ray: finger
tlpn, and I'felt :a little' better, and kept
on-using the,; pills.-'; By" two; months'
tllme I: could,' walk a itttle,; and shortly '-afterward'- waa able, to, go .short.dls-
tancca without 'assistance...';' yiiXiyiX
;"Thejf!rst-time: i:',wentidowa:.tovyn one
of: the ;'doctoR3 :vvho.had,glvcn.me, up
saw niea'cross the street, and, .riot being
able,to,-.believe' .-hits- eyas,; went:;to my
brother'Bobert, and asked, "Is that your
brother' Joe ?" ,-Robert". told ..him that
It .was I, and. he said in astonishment,
"Well,:. I;[ never,. expected' to see hlrri
around again;" 'V'■ \"-;.;• ■■■■''[■iii''."''.':
':'■ I,;usod:' altogether -twelve1:boxes of
D6'id'3 Kidney Pills, and by: the^first
of i:MJ'y.;TI .was .able: to - 3tart to,',work
again in the shop hero, and.I havoriever
bierisick ."or off. work' aday since' then,
that -ia J over -.'three, and' -a half vyears
ago.yy ■ i.i:yy:ii'iyiii. i-,yliily.--yy'Xyy;xy
: lam glad:pf ;the"opportunity to make
this statement, fof:I ain siire'I ovvemy
life,' health and strength to; work, to that
great- remedy, - Dodd's.1 Kidney PilLs.; :>
iyyyy"'   (Signed), ■".', JOSEPH BROWN.
••-'••• Sworn Confirmation.     .:
'.>"': CANADA:':   if 1 JOSEPH   BROWN,
Priviiico of Ontario, I     of tho Town ot Oilia-
County of Ontario, -J;  vvn. in tlio Comity of
,.■:•-:-; ;::•.,■,.;,' :,:|. OntarioaiidPioViiic'o
:•::;'.To Wit:,,- I of iitiiario.' '
;:Do: Solemnly' Declare', That tho'above
statement,,signed by riie,. ia absolutely truo, -and 1 make, thiai solemn do--lar-
■atlon, bolloving' It. to bo true, and knowing- that it.': bj-'of ;.:tho samo fort-o a;-.d
of feet .as if' ir.Eido untie;--oath ■ niid by
vh-tub of-■-: tho Canada,-- CHvidoneo . Aot
189a.- .-;:>;.:■,■        ■■;•.• ,        '.'■".,:,'■  -,:■'■.  ■ -
.,':;.-■'■(SUjncd):JOSEPH BItOWN.■•■,;."-'.'
Declare.! beforo nie nt tlio Town of ) .', "-.','
' Oshuwii,lnihoCount)-i)fOntario, v■ ■'-
this loth day of Jauuaiy; AiU.j. ii„^_^
-«;,'.:.■::.;;,':'■■"—— '  - y_J"^\—~
J. F. GltlRRSON',   .       '.i&EAL^
and listen.   So yon detect tho slightest dji',}'
feot as to harmony, sweetnesB or volume of
tonein any of the WffiLIAMS' PIANOS we
nro more than pleased to enow you ?
You can but answer ln;tho aosativo,
Vou will Hud nothing wrong with tho caso
design or finish of tho instruments cither.
Wo handlo all makea of organs and usuul-
ly havo s number' of elightly used orgam
cud pianos for Ealo cheap.   -. ■
Forrester & Hatcher,
V. M. C. A. 3L0CK,  - WINNIPEO
Eldridgo "B" Sowing Machines. .
.*      ' -OP THE-
Assurances Company.
'    ;    WEST, TORONTO.
Por the Year Ended December, 31st, 1901.
<-, ).
Bee. ?0,1900.   To net Ledger Assets    $3,7-350808
Deo. 31,1001.   To Cash for Premiums     $D''"> 935 fT
To Cash Income on Invoctmcnta, '.'.'.'.'.'.    lTfi'lGl CO
1,099,396 58
$4,87.2,901 06
..Dec. 31.1901.   By Payment for Death Claims, Fronts, etc    $380 083 35
My all other Payments .•      291 9UG 70
•^—:        078,595 05
ASSETS. ' 1™Tl
Deo. 31,1901.   ByMortgnRcs, etc  «ionnAiw<«
"  Dobo„tu,es(markotvaluo$7.17.l'05.d!i)'.".".:.: '. \ \ " * TOT848 54
I^^P-On?B,(ma^otv'llllo*1.:i'l':il3.70;   . . 1.3I3168 9J
Heal listato, includingCoinpany's building...  410930 41
*   Loans on Policies, etc         b      278R»r M,
Loans on Sioclss (nearly nil on cull)   .  2 S'lrn m
"  Cash in Bank and on   Hand ......'..... .'.'.'. '.'.'." 22,868 65
"'    LIABILITIES. -       7SSf"-
Dec. 31,1901.   To Guarantee Fund  « GO 000 00
||  Assurance and Annuitylloorvo Fund '.'. 3,803'"29 00
uentn i,o3jes awaitiug proofs, otc  45,103 01
Net Surplus
3,913,332 01
Audited and found correct.
J. N. LAKE, Auditor.
,:    The financial position of tho Coninar.y ;.-. iinuvcuiled—ils porcentago of not
surplus to liabilities exeeods that of any other 1Ki.:o (Joaii'any.
New insuranco issued during 1901 ,. $ 5,520,CG7 00
Exceeding tho best previous jear in the hiatuiy ..-f t"s Coinpany by
7;'--• li          over half a million.
Insurance in force at bud of 1901 (not) ........      27,977,794 00
'    .    -   . DIRECTORS
L. W. SMITH, Esq., K.C., D.C.L.
D. McORAE, Esq.; Guelpli
WM. McCABE, LL.B., F.I.A., F.S.S.
Ii. GOLDMAN. A.I.A. j, THOEBDEN, M.D., Edin.
Tho Keport containing tho proceedinra of tlio Annual Meeting, held on January 29th
last, showing marked proofs of the continued progress aul .'olid position of tho Company,
will bo Eont to policy-holders. PauiphluU cviiluniitory of.tho attractive'investment of
plans of tho Company, and a copy of tlio annual report, showing its unexcelled: Ilnancial
position, will bo lurniahcd on apphcutiun tu the Head Ollice, or any of the Company^
agencies. • y-'-y .'■..XiXil
a Nocu-y I'ubllc.
Thla, therefore, Is the true; story In
detail of this most remarkable case. N'o
room. is. lsft for doubt or, dispute, and
the.original'Oohawa dispatch "ia confirmed iri; all its particulars; •;
If '.'this., is .possible—and' ho one ca:
now. doubt It—thsn one Can' caaily understand how a,ny of the manywonderful' cures .'reported: have bocn; accomplished by:the samo means, Dodd's Kidney Pills.7 7" ■      ::;:■■"■
tloii ttupt.
u. if. JlrfJIEKbON.
UOQ  Ptt33   Agt
One ounce of Sunlight Soap is worth more than     REDUCES
Two ounces of impure soap. EXPENSE
ryjui XWZBKB8, IfMnED, Toronto, sending  his name and addross,
^ond  ft trial uaniplo of  Sunlight 6oap  wdl bo sent ^ou ftoo of coat.
Hi- Studied  It,      , ,
II. Rider HngWinl. lu "A Winter'Pilgrimage." tells this iineiiliiio:
'^Vlien 1 wna a 'su.irliig human hoy'
my father tool; mo up ihi- Uhino hy houi
with the hup,, nnd i>\|nviiitlu:i (hilt ny
muni viould In- inipimid hi conlcmplat-
ing its iowlv und hlslinli' li inks Wouy-
lng of this fenst, \ei\ soon I •■llpppil ihu,.!
to the calilii tu cnjo> one moie tiinjinl.il,
that of 'IioliiiiKiin Ciu<.oi>.' Hut sonu-
faiuili tinltor hiti noil mo. nnd, pintost.
nig. cirn ii ft li twn-.. lint I hitwl vioiis.
1 «.ii duuged to tho duk iu un '1 h ue
P ud C tlulois.' shuutul mi jiistlj indig
mint p.uont ns he hnuled nie up the
ste.iniei stairs, 'fm ion to stud} tlni
I.lune sceuoiy, and. whether jou liko it or
uot, youug mnn. -.ti.d} it urn -.lull.' "
The Wheat Fly.
The wheat fly feeds upon the (lower
of the wheat, while the liessian flj lays
Its egg8 iu the stem.   The foimor thus'
j toncleis the iiovier nbottlie, vihlle the
li'juty done by the latter alfects the
' whole plant.
The Dr. JtfcLntigrhlin Electric Belt is tlie
only iiever-faiiitie; cure for Ulieinn.-i.tisui,
Laine Back, Nervousness, General Debilily,
Loss of Power in Voiine;. 31iihl!o-ap;ed and
Old -Alon, Vni'icocelo, \Ve.ik Buck and Kidneys, Drains'of Arit.'ility. AV.-istod Energy,-
Sleeplessness, Pains in Head, Buck. (Jliest,
Shoulders and Limbs, Female Weakness,
Bearing Down Pains and all those ailments
from which women suffer.    It cures after J
all other remedies have failed.
(guarantee a cure if I say lean
I  don't as!f_ a.n y_o n.c _to_take
""chancesT'on my invention.
It doesn't cost you anything if I
I don't ask nny man to buy mv nppli- „
nnco on a speculation.    I know"that it-will jj
cure these troublos.aiid I wnnt mv pay only j
.when the curb is complete.   I dcii'tusk you J
to try it one month, nor two niontlis, "biit
long'enough to euro you,'-and when I have
cured you you can pay me.   If I fail in mv
task it's my loss, not yours.   All vou lose
■■ is your time, and ifniy: Beltf.-iils"tb'ciiro
vou yon   will   have   the   satisfaction   of
knowing that the best, strongest, nnd (inost
electric body appliance in the world—one'
with 50,000 cures to its credit—has
failed, and that thoro is no cure for you in
Keinemtjer, my terms are PAY WHEN CURED.
Buwnro of concerns olTerinjj.iv lliiii pieco of folt
iis.a   substitute for my 'cushion   electrodes.
{' Theso cheap coverings nre used only to disguiso their bare moral,blistorinp:
oloctrocles.   Tliey havo to lm ■soaked  in  water, which .''quickly dries mid
loaves them without current.   My cushion electrodes iuo my exclusive invention niul cannot bu imitated,
If you have one of theso old-style, blistering belts I will take it in trade
for one ol mine. I do this not thiit tho old bolt is of any use, for it Is not,
but to establish the valuo of my goods With peoplo who have been misled
by tho false claims of concerns selling n cheap, woithless article If you
cannot call mid test tho cuiretit write for my beautiful Illustrated Book,
sent sealed Fit KB
DR. Mi & MCLAUGHLIN, 130 Yongo Street, Toronto, Gnt.
Olllco Hoars—Da.m. to6p.ni.1  WoJncsdayii and Saturday* to8.30p.rn
'' A Hew Definition.
Ostend—Paw, vwhat la an underwriter?    , ,,..,,,,
Father—A wdmaiil i' (ruess; at least
she is the one who always adds a postscript
,Ba»r Carriers.
Tomtnic—ire they enny storks ln th'
United States, paw? , '
Paw—Only a few.
Toramie—They must be offal Wzzy.—
Ohio State Journal.
'■ >X?ki$:.
I THE INDEPENDENT.  SATURDAY..: ,.�� ''.. .. .;APRIL 5, 1902  fc=  It  Our Xintli Semi-Annual Sale of Sample  Shoes now on, comprising Men's, Women's and Children's  Boots, Shoes & Slippers  All goods; at less tliun wholesale prices.  Come while the 'picking is good.  ', 420-422 Westminster Ave  * BUY VENUS FLOUR"  i  $  <?  i  <���  (���i  (.���'  <���������  (���i  (��,  Cf  (tl  Ci)  i  ?  Ci)  C*  (���>  Ci)  C-1  (���>  C��)  JIrs. N. Craig, -136 Sixtli Avenue,  cays: "I nm pleased In recommending  Venus Hour; believe it to be one of the  best Hours I ever used."  Mrs. O.-TT. McPha'ien, SAO Seventh  Avenue, says: "It is with pleasure I.  testify to the excellent qualities of  Veniis Hour. Have used it'for the past,  six months, uud can Uo better work  with it than any other 'flour-'1 ever  used " 'i  Mrs. - B. Bailey,' 23 DurCerin street,  snys: "1 take much pleasure in recommending Venus tlour. I can truly say  it is the best flour I'have ever used."  sotn   ONLY   HY  The Wonderful Chea}> Grocer*,  WkstmiNSTHR'''AvfiKUE   AND   PlllXCKKS    StUKKT. ���''<���)  ���   ���     ���'������> i'' "..''������' ". g  SEWS OF THE LABOR WORLD  "'���['���' CANADA,     yy  The bakers of Toronto are agitating  and  r *.*  shears  hand r.... -   . i  nil articles entering  forming part  for  Sor the abolition of nightwork, and it  is reported that the bosses are, on tlie  whole, favorable to the plan.  The wages of the drain diggers and  .,.'sewer, men in the.: employ ofthe To-  : ronto   waterworks   department   liave  -been increased from IS to 20 cents an  hour. .  It is reported that the Canadian Pacific 'Iliiilway Company has placed an  order for 20,000 tons of.steel  rails  in  Germany.   .Ten thousand of this goes  , to Krup-p's at Essen, and 10,000 to the  :  Brucban's, whose'works are close  to  " Krupp's and only second   to It in  Importance.'    This order means au on tiny  ���of probably $500,000.  .There is a, placer gold excitement on  Copper Creek, 20 miles from Kaslo, B.  C. The creek has been staked.for a distance of three, miles, ai company has  been formed, anil a dam and flume are  toeing constructed. The company already lias"a-;foree.oC men ut work on  nine claims.' -Gravel from the river lias  ���jjone as,high ;as''25'cents to. the pan in  coarse gold.  _ The Teamsters; union secured an important concession. A deputation asked  that the tariff charges be so changed  that they could: demand 45-cents, an  tiour-for a O-Aiour workday. At present teamsters work 10 hours and receive $3.50. The Board, after listen-  tag to what the deputation had to say,  ���greed to authorise a tariff of ?3.50 for  a, 9-hour workday.���Toronto Star.  - Xast week. J. A. Lane, Quebec East,  opened-a-debate-ln-the-assembly._on_  the following resolution: , "That this  Souse deems rit its duty to pronounce  Itself'against that which is called new-  Imperialism and its dangerous tendencies." Tho member for Quebec East  Bald he did not propose such a motion  because he lacked any-loyalty,, but  because the leading advocates of the  ' oeir.. Imperialism did not know where  they wore driving us to and refused  to give information on'the subject.  Those who .were favorable to imperialism to-day, he said, ��� hud not given  proofs of tholr suitesinannhlp as they  bad engaged in a war ot which they  could not toll what llie outcome might  be.  The Kovertiintjnt lias recently tnins  /erred a number of articles heretofore  dutiable to the free-Import list, with a  View to increasing their manufacture in  the Dominion. These articles, which  will be admitted free only when Imported by manufacturers for use Iu  their own factories, are as follows:  ���Hemp-bleaching compound, for the  manufacture of rope; silver tubing, for  Uhe manufacture of silverware; steel,  for the manufacture of cutlery; yam  of jute, (lax or hemp, for tlie manufacture of towels; steel; castings in the  rough, for the, manufacture of scissors  iiiti.i the construction aita  ��* ^rt-iiii st-fiiira-to'i's, -Tlie - reason  placln? these articles' on the -free list  Is that their ..-use .will finable Canadian'  manufacturers to produce, r-'a: better  quality of goods.". .  .'Despatches siiy. ithat -'-Manitoba and.  Assiiiibola, N. XV. T., are suffering from  too large a crop of wheat. ,,'So' much  graiin was raised in these,districts last  fall that there is no way of .'getting It  to .market, and no possibility of storing  It ln the terminal elevators. .The farmers and grain buyers have applied to  American: railways and elevator companies- at .'-Duluth for help and their  surplus wheat is now going into: Duluth  at Hie rate of hundreds; of cars n day.  Last, year "the exportable surplus 7of  wheat from North-Western Canada, exceeded;- 25,000,000 'bushels,-' and it has  this year reached a. total twice :<is  large. .Farmers are", said to he selling  wheat, at 10 .to 15 cents a. bushel less  than it would be worth with ample  transportation facilities. "  AMKKXCAN.  The knot sawyers at Ballard, Wash.,  are on strike, nnd 400 men are idle.  Seattle has now a labor paper called  the liuildiiig Trades Council Bulletin.  The Sun Francisco City Front Federation announces-a. picnic for the third  Sunday in May  The Sacramento unions .have already  got their committee in the field for Labor Day arrangements.  '  v  The new management of tlie Southern  Pacific has ordered   several thousand  new cars of various kinds.  The mill workers of Portland held a  special meeting-recently at which 100  new members, wero initiated.  ���-Two-nevv-unions-vvere-organiBed_in  Portland last week���the shinglcrs and  Ihe upholsterers and carpet mechanics.  The carpenters" union of Fresno  claims lo lie tlie largest and strongest  In the city, and to have been made so  within the last thirty days.  Tho mechanics' union of San Francisco recently subscribed to the Labor  Clarion, the, new ofllclal organ of the  labor council, for D00 members for one  year.  Thn 1'iirpenturH' union of Portland  now has a membership of 600, !I00 of  whom hns joined since February 1st.  The adoption of the card system is  credited with thlK result.  The Hoard of Supervisors hns passed  the ordinance limiting the hours for  drug clerks iu San Francisco to 138 In  two weeks. Violation of this order on  the part of cmyloyers Is made a misdemeanor.  The Construction News reports that  Indications point to an expenditure of  $60,000,000 .in Chicago this year. San  Franscico will be the scene of great activity this year. It is reported that several projects which will involve tho  expenditure of $16,000,000 in six structures, are contemplated there.   Seattle,  Denver and Los Angeles are also enjoying a healthy boom.  Anotliei-.totton mill, to cost over $500,-  000, is to be erected at Spartansburg,  S. C.  Three hundred miners are on strike  at Congress, Ark. The strike resulted  from the organisation of a local union.  The stockholders of the Pennsylvania railroad have Increased the pension  fund of tlie road from $2;I0,000 to $300,-  000.  11 is est limited that over 4,000 build-  iiigs will be erected Ihis year ut 'Birmingham, Ala., nt un aggregate cost of  $4,000,000.  In Albany, N, Y., the vegetable mid  fruit pcddlars have formed n union and  ntllliatcd vvith the central federation of  that city.  The bill of the letter curriers for Increased pay,'now-before Congress, has  been-endorsed . by the San Fnniclsco  lubor counoil.  AVork In the packing houses of Fresno is a.'little dull at present, and'the  opportunity to make needed repairs is  bolng utilised. ���'<;������ /  The iron and stool workers have culled a convention at AVheeling, XV. Vn.,  for April lTith. The question of another  strike will be considered.  A street our striku is threatened in  San Francisco owing to the recent dis-  cliargc of union mon. -Mayor Schniitz  bus boon asked to assist in negotiations  that 1 lie strike may be avoided.  The street railway syndicate 'which  recently purchased nil the Sun Francisco ear lines made the payment in a  single ' c-heii-ue for '$17,51)9,675.15, the  largest ever drawn on the Pacific coast.  The.Illinois Central railway is'about  to subsi(.ute a. system of telephones on  iis lines in place of the telegraph. It  is beilicvcd that (rain despatching will  bo quicker, - easier und,safer under the  new system.  John Siiiiiton reports copper production in the United Slates during'Feb-  duiiry ns follows: "Reporting mines 1C,-  B81 tons, against 15,155 tons in January: outside sources (estimated) 3,400  tons, against 3,800 tons.  licieiitly .i Boston rag-picker was  fined $20 for using the United Slates  Pag as a hag for his scraps. It was  stained and soiled, but Its original design was not effaced, so he was judged guilty ot a "contemptuous use" of  the national emblem.  Jn the city court ol" Leavenworth,  Kan., the manager ofthe De Coursey  Leavenworth street car-company ' wus  lined for dismissing an employee bf>-  enuKe of his connection with a laboi  union. - This "Is the llrst eonvetlon, under the now state law.  Tlio printers of America aro going to  cc-lcbrule tlieir golden anniversary in  August, at Cincinnati, .lust think of  il, married iil'ty yours ago! Fourteen  only of the modest: maiden.', unions then  stood up and joined hands "for bettor  or for woise," and sincci that time, 1S52,  the original fourteen stand ir. the same  old shoes, in the order in which they  plighted their fate. Then; huve been a  few deaths in the family, but no separations, no divorces; fifty years huve  passed and .the group has grown to over  six hundred, the membership of which  will'how .join' In happy jubilation over  this semi-centennial anniversary. The  organisation does, not need the consolations of old age to chocr and comfort  it. Like appetite, it grows on what it  feeds on. Tt stands to-day, young,  gallant, stalwart in its advocacy and  defence of right against might.���  ���Ycungstown (O.) Ltiborite.  FOREIGN.  Thle average earnings of the South  Wales minors are below ��2 a week.  There are many unemployed workmen  In Edinburgh, Scotland, at present.  The South Wales -miners conTliTinT  subscribing liberally towards the I'en-  rhyn qunrrymen's relief fund.  The Tarbrax Shale miners' strike has  been settled by the men agreeing to resume work at a reduction of 6d a day.  The dock laborers at Aberdeen nre  out on strike for un advance of from  4 l-2d to fui per hour. The men will  win.  Tin- displacement of labor in the'Lothian slinli'-llcld has been added to by  the closing of ��,��� mine by the Piiiiiiilier-  ston Oil company. Over a thousand  men arc idle.  The geiionil secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Carponti'i's uud Joiners states that,llic position at llriidroril,  England, remains about the siime an  Inst month, the employers not having  shown any disposition lo waive tlielr  determination to reduce wages, So  the tight goes on. A settlement has,  however, been effected at Blackpool and  St. Anne's, where a strike lusted over  12 months against a. proposed reduction of Id Tier hour, which', has been  compromised, the men submitting to  one-half that amount and some other  minor ' alterations In: their working  rules.    At'Maidstone, which bad lasted  about six weeks, has been settled by  arbitration. New branches has been  opened at Boulan City (W.A.), York,  and Boston (Jlass.).  About seven hundred miners have  been idle since march 7th at the Bertie  pit of the Le.wis Merthyr colliery,  Ithoiidda \ralley, owing to a.dispute re  shot-tiring.  Tlie news of the combine of owners  of sheet iron and steel works, under  the title of Baldwins, limited, has excit-  id great Interest in South AVules, .where  the property of the amalgamation is so  extensive und capable of unlimited development.  Dr. Le Neve Foster, of the British  Home Olllce, reports that the quantity  of minerals-produced throughout the  world In 11100 was: Coal, 767,636,201  tons:' iron, 40,427,435 tons; petroleum,  ]S.r,r,:i,��r,0 tons; salt, 12,572,076 tons; fine  silver, 5,874,284 kilos; lead, 787,841 tons;  copper, 534,737 tons; zinc, 446,373 tons;  line gold, 303,100 kilos; and tin, 80,643  ions.  A meeting of Spanish workmen at  Dowluis Works (Wales) has resolved  that ii protest be sent to'the Spanish  newspapers against the action of the  Spanish government in shooting unarmed men and women owing to the recent strikes mt Barcelona audi other  places In Spain. Itwas also resolved  Unit weekly contributions toe'made to  assist those on strike, as a. protest  igaiiist the tyranny that the working  classes are laboring under in Spain.  Tlie Kniperor of Russia has sanctioned tlie decision of St. Petersburg to  conclude a loan of 40,000,000 roubles  ($20,000,000) for the purpose o[ carrying  out the inost imposing programme of  Improvements'ever.-undertaken by the  capital. When the 'amount of the loan  lias been added to the funds already in  liand .the city will be in a. position ,to instill ii, municipal telephone system,  build hospitals, orphanage's and schools  and construct throe handsome bridges  over the Neva.  The Aberdarc (Wales) Labor and  Trades Council has decided to.adopt  three of Its member's us. candidates for  he urban flistrlel council election. The  'pollc>' oi the Labor Council includes  the adoption of tlie Housing of the  Working Classed net, the holding o��  district council meetings-iin .the evening, the employment ot: direct labor by  the council, the adoption of the trade  union clause In contracts, ni-unlcipallsa-  tlon or iramwsi.ys. unification or the  collection of rates, and the taxation or  land values.  ���In addilion to its well-known deposits  of coal and coppep..ore, the Kingdom of  the Mikado, possesses great wealth in  the ores of antimony, gold, lead, manganese, silver and zinc- besides petroleum . and sulphur.".;.; From the coal  mines, -the most Important oL'.which are  on^the Island of Kiushiu, the output of  1000 exceeded that of any of the British  Colonies. Alluvial deposits of gold were  also beingworked energetically on the  Island of Hokkaido, while petroleum  was obtained from wells in the Eohido  district, on the west coastof Japan.  Some interesting facts as to0 the  working of the Shop Hours Aot ln  Sheffi'eld are given ���'in-a'report just issued by the medical officer. In round  figures there are'7,31S shops in the city,  and of these there are 2,078 in which  young persons are employed within the  meaning of the Shop Hours Act. It was  found on a visit that in 170 shops the  statutory notices were fixed, and that  in 1.908 shops they were not put up.  The notices were, however, exhibited  when attention was called to the omission. ; Very few young, persons arc  employed in shops beyond 70 hours a  week; a good many expressed surprise  that they could do"so, and several have  expressed to the inspectors their inten-  tion.otln.future_employingtheir younger people for longer hours, as their  neighbors were allowed to do It  I YOU'LL NEED HEAT  66  Before long now. The best heaters made  ���the cheapest to buy and the most economical to use are the  'ff   AIR-TIGHTS AND  BASE   BURNERS.   ,  made by the McClary Mfg. Co. jr"  ,126 Hastings St. f  "4^ '��� SOLE-AGENT    ���:, '.'y.''r''���'"<'���.   "A,.  M-u-r-a-l-o  This high grade WALL FINISH Js In ���  greater demand tthls year than ever.  BECAUSE   lt  mixes  easier,   woi<k��  easier, looks better   iuid   lasts longer������'  tan any othor finish manufactured.  Asflc for the best and tiie best is MURTLO.  .ftlade in twenty-four shades andi .white.  Sole Agents,  MteLennan,  McFeely & Co^  122 Cordova Street., Vancouver, B.C.  Flione 44.  Phone 3063..  It Takes a Nice New Tie  to cap the climax in the make uj> of a "well-dressed man."  It Is tlie ono thing of u man's attlro in which he is permitted to indulge his taste for color���for embellishment.  See our now:  "CORONATION" TIBS   BOo and TSc.  BOWS���New Shape  U5c and :&r>c.  KNOTS���New Shape  50c and 75c.  "IMPERIAL"���Now Style  (iOc.and. 7ftc.  PLOWING ENDS  COc and 75c.  JOHNSTON, KERPOOT ��> �����.  104 and 106 Cordova Street.  Trunk Store 12? Hastings St., Obb. Wm. Ralph's.  RSSSBBEKkS'  .If you wish your <..  PAINTING, PAPERtMNGING,  KALSOWNING, GRAINING, ETC.,  Done satisfactory try  GAULEY   &   DAVIS,  The Practical Painters,  410 Cambie Street.      Opp. Court House  If Your "Ad"  .   Is not seen in Tub In-  DEl'ENOKNT     the      public  aro liable to Uiink you  have goin; out of business.  $AVOY   THEATRE  Mcdonkli, It SiMrbO.s I'inprlctor?,.  Ai.v. V. Jamks StBia.' -Miiiiuger-  Week Commencing"  Monday, Next N  Artistic and Refined Vaudeville.  EVERY ACT A FEATURE.  Table Cutlery  Just now we have some special offerings in Table Cutlery ol all kinds;  Dlnner and Dessert Knives and  Fonlra.  Tea, Dinner end Dessertspoons, and1  a ���full line or CA1WEBS.-  This ls a real Cutlery smtp.  R. G. BUCHANAN ����� CO.  CKOCKEUY AND HOTOK FCBN181IIN0S,  Telephone !M-6.        "        409 Hiwtlngs 8treet.  . .MAKE* A 'KPllCIALTY OF . .  o'-    DfiM'S SPECIOI LldUeUf, OISO ��� -,  o    usner's biogk lq^i Linueur HtiisM;-  -lakge'btdck :ok���  " ,   imported and domestic  . Ciqars.  R. B. Mulligan & Co., Props-  Cobnkb Cordova and Carrall.  CORPORATION ANARCHISTS. ,<  Two Colorado corporations , got into  a wranulc a few days ago over a right  of way, und, us a last resorl, one corporation blew- up with dyi-.iunitc the  workings of another.' Not a word lias  been Bald about rioting or anarchism In  this roHPect. Publlc.seiitlinenl seems to  approve of such acts by corporations  us the proper thing. Hut let a man  who Ik Htrlklng for better wages���.Ills  nil���slap in the fate iinntlier nutn who  coini-s to lake bis place, or picket, the  properly of the company, and, oh my,  vhat h howl goes up nbout iluting and  aniirchy, with a demand for presence ot  the mllltIn- accompanying.���Colorado  Chronicle.  ��� i  & Till further notice we ���  'it,   .   .       will .eell  $  | Watches at        \\  10 Per Cental  ]Jees than any advertised price \y  %'ot any other store in tthe city.       ):  --x" BR��S., \\  The Jeweler*. \{  ah9M9^^>^^{9^9m9W.9m9^9^  | :   GEO. HAY   : $  Vancouver's   Pioneer    Clothes     d&t--  ' Renovator, makes a BUlt new.     . x  Dyeing and Repairing. X..  216 Cjlhbii St., Vanoodvkr. A,,.  Ik* Mint.  In located at the. corner of Carrall and  Hastings st recta.   The bottled goods are  all flrst-clHss and the.priceB right for  every one.   Seattle Rainier beer, 15cents.  C. Ellis, corner Cambia and Cordova streetg, is the place you can get  vbur hair cut in on artistic manner.  Tel. 34*���laundry.  ���    TeHM&^Branch.'  i  Curtains -r^  Beautifullv Laiiiidcrcd  *  THK PIONEER. IJAiUNDiUV.  Hall the driver or teleplione us.  or drop us a ipostal or send ��i  messenger and we willgo lo you  nnd tell you how niucli It will  cost to do'up yourn.'  You'll ijlimp'at the chance.  I Steam Laundry  Phone 340. 910 - 014 Richakdb St  Downtown Omen, Nov 4 Akcadk.  WHITE   NILP  ONLY.  Seymour Streeet,  Flint's Sjrspepsla Tablets aro guaranteed to restore falling appetite and  oorreor. any kind of stomach trouble.  50 c. bo*.   McDowell, Atkins, Watson  Co.   ' -      .  For tbe next 80 days you can got a suit mM  -jour own price at ,  THK   ACME  To lntroduca ounnaw ���rstem o( tallailtt **-"  lore our'Fall Stock aixlYti.    '  2 GMr|l����b'>. ' C U Hollas*, CaUow   |


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