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THE OLD    '    !
,"   ,      PAPER.
Vol. "9.���No. 46.
$2.66 Per Year'
Our Entire Stock of GROCERIES
old for Cash
Actual Gost Prices.
25 per Gent
Will be Allowed on
all Cash Purchases of
These are genuine offers as we are going
out of these. lines., .
or Bros. & George,
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A  "   " This Fall.   Don't put it oft too lute und catcli cold.   ���" >   .' '"'
.Ancldo notbiiy a cheap, shoddy oiieA They tic'ver-Iook svcill.  A
I.i'l, iis'niiike yon .i co.it th.it svill please you.    We e-.iu doit..
7 ��� * Fashionable
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Revelstoke the Centre of New In-
\ dustries.
Never has Kevelstokc had finer
prospects antl-betler ' times in prospect." Important 'industries arc
springing into existence on all
blinds, and sve have ��� hero a city
svhicl^svill, this year, be the busiest
of the^oltlci- towns of the province.
To the svest sve find lumbering
active at Kualt, hJicnnious 'and
Malaksva/a nosv shingle ,'mill installed, at Sicamous, and a large
sawmill projected at (Jriflin Lake.
To the east we find Jirusco it Co.
starting a shingle ��� mill at Grecly
creek, and a large sasvmill is likely,
lo bo established atoAlbert Canyon.
To the north the lumbering industry svill be prosecuted ��� svith great"
vigor on', the' limits of the Fred.
Robinson Lumber ' Company, the
Revelstoke Lumber Company, M.
Hyatt, AiTOsvheacl Lumber Company, and the limits being acquired
by Messrs. Ludgatc.    '    ,
Arrangements are being made to
do extensive svork on' the -placer
grounds of Smith, Camp, French
and . McCullough creeks.' The
Standard aiid Downic'creek,mineral
properties svill also see vigorous 'development svork. "
" At" Revelstoke the Revelstoke
Lumber Company, and successors
to -the; Fred. " Robinson Lumber
Company svill enlarge their mills;
and'. McMahon .Bros. < shingle "mill
svill be operated. ';
To the south-sve sec    ''  ���
NAKUSP.     'I
A Fire Breaks Out���Terrible Siorm[
' Experienced--Yale-Columbia
, , ," Co. 's "Tug Wrecked.   '������
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From Din- own (.'iint'��|>fni(l(;iil. , .
-The lecture  ciini'c olV Tuesday and
was well attended.'    t
' The tug Columbia svns, busy   breaking ice from here lo the Narrows.      wl
Skat ing has been all the go, for n day
or two,,but the thaw lias done away
with it again.        ,    . '
The s. s.r-Jiosslaii(I broke her rope.1-,
knocked the piling out 'anil damaged
her side, but not seriously.
On the night of Kcbrinu-y iilli Llio
residence of Mrs. Mini-head took'fire.
Happily it svns early .in .the evening,
und the lire svas got out before much
da mage svas done. ,
On Tuesday, Fcbiunry 3rd, the Vulc-
Cqltnnbiii' Lumber Company svns unfortunate in' losing a. good team (of
horses by being", drowned while wittering them at tlic'lnkc'canip.
A-terriblo windstorm came up' on
Tuesday 'morning' about ,4 o'clock���
the worst storm ,for sonic time, blowing the ice up along the beach as-high
iis live or six feet. The Yale-Columbia
Company's liig'-svas tied up at llio slip
here,'und is now a total svreck. the ice
crushing her into jinitch svood. >��� The
hull is as split.--. ' '-
liSOH, Tailor.
LIMITED.     *
Ollict's- CHICAGO, III.; DULUTH, Minn.; CALUMET, Mich.; NELSON, B. C.
l-'OIt Till-       A
Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd
For terms of payment awl particulars apply to
II! S. WALLACE, M.SN.seiEK, II. N. CO U US I IS R, Agisnt,
C.uiilioi-ne. B. C. - ���       Revelstoke, B. C.
Harmony in Furnishing.
You   have
no    trouble   if   you
samples (fiee) of
svrite us  for
Carpets, Curtains, Wall Papers,
Upholstering Materials,
and everything required.
The greatest assortment of up-to-
date Furniture in Western Canada
displayed in our .showrooms.
Let us knosv your wants and sve svill  do  the
rest s2sv
the inauguration of tsvo of the biggest lumbering enterprises in-the
province by the 'Arrosvhcad Saw
and Planing Mill Company and by
Mc-srs. Luelgate.    ,      ' ' _   ,
AT NAKU-il''
tho Yale-Columbia Lumber Cpm-
pany are oreparing ' for a .busy
season'and big shipments.     ��� ���
'    AT 1--IKE YALLIJY      s   ''
' ���- ,i .    ' .-���
the development of.-the nesv mining
camp on the north  fork svill make
that section'a scene of life.        '
���    AT'cOMAIM.fx "      '
the extension of the Fred. Robinson
Lumber Company's,, mill aiid operations svill give" .employment -, lo
more labor"Hhan- ever;, beforehand
that'point should see brisker times
than in its history.- ' ,
. at iikatox '
Messrs. Ludgatc have taken up
considerable timber and svill carry
on extensive logging operations.
This, and the fact that Beaton is'
the junction of trallic for Camborne
and Trout Lake should make this a
busier place than ever.
/Fhc big mill to be put in at
^ .     THOUT I.AKK
by W. Cowan and associates svill
give Trout Lake what it wants���a
steady industry- employing a large
amount of labor. This, svith the
mines in the vicinity developing so
.well, should make Trout Lake go
ahead industrially as- svell as from
a transportation point.
���  at rr-iiCifsox
the   Nettie   L.,   Silver   Cup    and
Triune mines  arc  noss' svell equipped and  steady   shippers  of- high-
grade ores.
svill sec the excitement of the season
svith its three stamp   mills running
and turning out gold bricks.
On the main line
svill be spent on improvements on
the C. P. R. and a large proportion
of this will be circulated in Revelstoke and vicinity. Willi such a
bright and cheerful outlook for the
surrounding country, Revelstoke as
a city has good reason to be proud
ef her position and prospects.
i ,, Fiom Our Own Cori-usiioncJoiit. , ���.
Cory Mcnhinick returned, recently
from his trip to AiToss'licad and Kevelstokc.        ; ,    *        ���- ,.'._.'
' Freeh C. Elliott, b,irrister,,;'oflTrout
bake, paid , aAvisit to Camborne', on
Jvridiiy. , - ^ .���     ^   - j-
The heavy snosyfallon Saturday and
Sunday brought .closvii. .'uiany ./small
slides on the Comnplix road."   ,',("
F. C. Green, 1'. L.S., has completed
the trn in svay and Anillsitc survey for
the Eva'niinc. Uc'has'other, svork on
hand.      ' ���- ���   ,--'      -       -"^      �����
On Tuesday  a  case 'of ,'ns'sa
tried in the'Mining1' Record :oi
itulr, svas
ollice before., Mr. Perry, J: Y. He'lined the
pugilist $20 and costs. -This, is'ii'good
beginning., " ;m. *'   -   il"
:��nquirics arc being 'made from Ness;
York, and other, cities'Jin the' States,
regarding the prices of various groups
of mineral claims unci the conditions
under, which they can bo'-got.
-iTiicy .NorthsVcslcriT' Dqyfilsijun'S'iji
Syndicate liits-c-cbniplctcd most of the
iii-face svdi-k-iiccess.n-y' for tho'svintci
Morris   & Steed's  General Store
, Destroyed. ,
About -i o'clock-'Sundiiy morning
fire broke out in 'iMorris efc Steed's
store. P. R. Peterson 'svas one of
Iho^first to discover the fire and
gas'C tho alarm. ' \V. Cowan, 'J\
Steed, TT. N." Coiirsioi- "and No. 1
(ire brigade under Captain C. Ahr'a-
hamson,svcrc quickly on the scone'
and,, assisted . by others, worked
hard to suppress the fire, svhich, at
that time, was confined to the
cellar.' -.      ,  - i -
Suddenly, the flames broke out
on the. roof, and (ho main building,
svith'its' contents,' svas doomed.
The'brigade Had a splendid supply
of svater and .made such' good use of
it.that the hardware- building 'was
saved and. the safe and contents
kept free from damage. < air. Morris
svns sent'for shortly after the outbreak, and on his arrival directed
his attention lo the oflice, from
svhich he secured -'-some valuable
papers. - -.'.-'-
��� No. 2-brigade, did not get the
alarm for. long after the fire'broke
out as the telephone svas found to
be disconnected, and svhen they arrived' tli'ey svere too. laic- to. be of
much 'assistance,..but1"willingly relieved No. 1 as far as possible.
The'main, building' was-a'total
loss and' also the stock, svith the
exception of about $500 of salvage.
The loss to Morris & Steed is licavy,
amounting to; $5,000,-and1 much
sympathy is felt for them in their
misfortune. The stock svas worth
$11,000.' The insurances were
$6,000, made up!of $1,500 -Nonvich
Union, $1,500 National, $1,500
Ottawa, $1,500 Equity: i
The building svas the property of
H: N.-Cpursicr and svas insured for
$1,400,-$700 being An Equity and
$700in Ottawa.     >-"
The fire appears to have originated from the furnace.       "' '   "'
'If You Want the
and Purest
packed  to
free from
Selected Tea ' that  money can boy,
retain   it;* natural aroma and  flavor,
the contamination of the odors of sur-
��� i     .    -
articles, .��?'et
They come in  pound air
pcrfectlypure.. ���
One Pound Makes Over 200, Cups
,���   'T-or sale only,:,at.' ,    '
Bourne Bros.
Sizes, l.'��� 2, 2.1, :l und 3.1,      Values, ��2.25 to ��1.00.
Old StillK
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Complete Installations Our Specialty
; Finest Class of Machinery   ...   .   i:
Tlie Hinto'h Electric Co�� Limited
Will Be Tendered Coronation Choir
at Revelstoke.
Kesci-ved se.tta for the cnlcrtain-
nient to be given at the Opera IFouse
on Monday, 23id in.st., by the Coronation Choir, arc being booked rapidly
by the Canada Drug it Book Co.
There has probably never been any
entertainment given at Kevelstokc by
a visiting company in which so much
interest is taken as on this, the occasion of the visit of the members of
the choir svliich actually took part in
the most interesting and important
esent'Of the new century, namely the
ooroiiatien of King Edsvard at Westminster Abbey/
'���'���'As Revelstoke "is the only city bc-
tsvcc'ii Calgary 'and Viiiicouvcr .jiit
svhich the choir stop ufV, it is probable
that residents of Golden, Kainloops,
Camborne and points on Arrow lakes
ssill avail llieniselvea of hearing the.
rare musical treat'to be then presented. Prices of admission are, reserved
seats $1; body of hall and galleries 75
cents. The party ssill consist of 1-1
and have let out 12."men. They are
svorking a full foice'-of 25-'men on
their Goldfinch property, driving two
crosscut tunnels 'siith the electric
drills and doing other necessary work.
It is very strange the' mining record
offices here and in other places similar
svo knosv of arc svithout vaults or safes
of any kind for the -protection of the
bocks. I have often svontleied how
the government svould 'get over the
difficulty of fixing titles to mineral
claims in case a lire occurred and
destroyed the books. Knowing hosv
cureless the oidinary prospectors arc
over thcii-i-cccipts etc., I can only sec
trouble in such an eventuality. Whs-
does the government take risks that,
the ordinary business man guards
against? Js it. economy or carelessness? Arc not odie'.es such as this,
with an income of thousands of dollars
per year, deserving better treatment,
and is it fair to the men employed as
ollicials that they should he compelled
to carry large sums of money on then-
persons? This is a point the gold
commissioners should take up svith
the government iind sec that their
respcctivc'tlistricts arc properly safe-
From our on n ciiri('s|ionili'iif.
Mr. Knnest. of Camborne, svas in
Arrosvncad on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thew, of Halcyon Hot
Springs, sscrc in town for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Livingston and Miss
M. McDonald arc visiting Halcyon
Hot Springs.
Thefiicnds of Mr. and Mrs. I'ors-
land svill be pleased to learn lhat t". eir
baby is improving in health.
The C. P. It. hockey team hereby
challenge the City team to a friendly
game of hockey, the proceeds to go
to the hospital, providing Ihe rink
management donatio the rinl: for the
Address all communication!' to the
secretary of the C.IMt  hockey team.
A new di.iing cur for Kevelstokc has,
been ordered from Montreal 'to replace
the one wrecked at Cl.msvilliaim   ��� ,
". On Wednesday night a freight train
svith.  Engineer" Mackenrot  "nt   tlie
throttlo'ran, into.somc cars laden,whh
stccbniils on the'-'side track nt-Craigcl-"
lncbie.   The.front, of  the  engine ss-as
smashed   and   a   flat    car    wrecked.
Brakenntii'Bradshaw, who svas injured
at Ross Peak   some  months^ ago, svas
again hurt, one   of,  his   bands   bcimr
disabled.   lie came to the hospital for
treatment. ' Orders liiul been given for
tsvo freight trains to pass  at  Cruigel-
hichie, and Mackcnrot's   train   haule-l
on to  the  siding, on   which   sveie the
cars of steel mils but for  some reason,
concerning  svhich  an  enquiry svill be
held, the engine could  not be stopped
in time to avert the accident.    Much
sympathy is  felt  for Mackenrot., svlio
was only promoted   to  the .position of
engineer a fortnight ago.
On Monthly morning the dining car
and Puiliiian of No. 2 were thrown off
tlie track by it snosvslide at Cl.-in-
svilli.ini, but no one svns hurt.
The many friends of engineer Geo.
Ciihlsvcll will be glad to' know he has
been rc-instateel and left 'Wednesday
,for South Kootenay in charge of
engine iS'o. 773.
Supt. Mai-pole's, division has been
extended to Moose Jasv.
The Red Cross Drug-Store
Have ,You Tried .Miller's Emulsion of Opdf Liver;0iL? -
If not ss-liy nol? , , -   1     ,
It con tin ns- oO-pt-r cent of pure Norss-egian oil aml-iM-o (yniilsified    .
Hint it cm he taken lis- Lhose having a must delicate tif<te._ Sure
cure for coughs-, colds.- und ,n]l   lnoiic-Jiinl   tumbles.    Ti'yitaiid
you ss-ill use no other. . Put tip "in tsvo si-.'.es, ollc; a n'el SJ-01).'  -.  ,
'-"J.'i'A. Miller &; Co.-?S��sand /'������
��?    ��    **    ft    ���&    ��z    ���&    <*    *t    ^������"*3    ir    *���'    �����    **    *t    -**     t'    IJ    <!    *C    -tz    if    V    fi    S    "��    iS    t^ ^Jf-J^C
CARVING SETS, in cases-of in pairs.
Soup Tureens, Biscuit .Inrs. 'fcte-.i-'fete -.eU-, IBiilt'ei-'Dishcs. Pickle .This
"- -'Tea. Sets, Glass Oni.t.*, .lolly.and Bon'Bon Uis-he.-. Cuke Baskets,
-     "       Ghilibvii's JMngs: Napkin Rings;-Nil I Oi tic-kiii s. .'.
Knives and Forks in sels.    GliildrenV Knife, Fork and Spoon in  Plated ^
Ivory iinil Pearl II.indie's.     Uei i-y Sption?AStigai- Sliclls. Buttci.-   '   *   ij
Knives, Scissors in cn~es. IlnzoisMn cases.
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Kcv. W. C. Calder,  K .1. Hi-iinfo.-d
Your letters svill appear next issue.
At the City Council last night the
Mayor. Aids. McLeod, Law nntl I'oote
attended. It was resolved to order' a
lire ladder truck for each brigade from
T. IT. Corley for .fiSOl) and to supply
the requisites applied for hy No. 1
brigade mid to divide city insurance
equally hetween city agencies. The
hylasv for water and light charges as
published in another column svas
introduced nntl passed subject to
submission to latonayers on March
3rd. It provides for culling oil" svater
and light if not paid for within 1)0
days, and reduction of light installation fioni .i!3 to $1.7;"). The mayor
reported having extended J. Anderson's contract for wood supply to
power house to 100 cords.
On account of complaints, re Salmon
Arm milk, it svas tlecided to leil city
milk supply.
-n^ayc^Le^O 'try. Uzs^v<^!sUis7L4
e&#n, d&n> /
������'The city council, svill bold an adjourned meeting ;;oi'i'2()t.h hist, to declare n vacancy'for svard 2, in place of
Aid. Taylor, and lix date of election.
The following licensing commissioners lire appointed: Revelstoke
Riding��� F. MeOiuly, A. K. Kinctiid,
K. A, Haggen. City of Kevelstokc���
Aid. Mc'Lcod, W. M. Lnwi-encc. -Police
commissioners for city���Aid. McLeod,
R. Gordon, J. I.',
On Sunday night Rev. W. G. Calder
icad Lhe tieasurer's statcnient for llu;
year, showing the total icccipts to be
$I,:i'IG.7U, being %i\-\Ati in excess of
last year. The liabilities were if I (18.05
less than at beginning of year. The
Ladies Aid raised ifiiMu, tlie Willing
Workers $11!), and Siihbatb school
%\'1(\. TheALiidies Aid eqnipiicd n svard
in the hospital'iit'ii cost of about $70.
'.The Presbytery , of Kainloops svill
meet in the church 011 Wednesday at
1.0 a. 111.
ST.   I'BTKK'S.'
The choir of St. Peter's church has
been reorganized, Mesdnmes W. M.
Lasvrciice and 10. TC. Ward having
joined. .1. Bourne has been appointed
organist aiid It. Gordon leader.
Your Sc-.tle of   Wall's c-iin he   intei-d
to lii��liei- Notes���BANK  NOTKS.
The International
Correspondence Schools,
.-"('R.SX'IO.V, I>.S.
c.'.ii   Ir.iin  win  in  yum- sji.nv time liy
m.iil l.i inciv.i-e vniu s.ilu.- lo yourself
by   iiicii'.-isim;  vniu   s.-ilii"   lo   others.
\\"c- olfi-i- insii uc-iion in   Ihe   follossinp
Milijeels- Met Ii.iiiiial. Sl��.,iiii. l-'lectrit-ii
Civil.  S.i nilsii y ami   M mince l-'iigineer
incr:  Shop nntl  l-'oiintii y I'l.tel ii'e; Mich.1 iiiea! Ih-.iM nn.' Arclnti-i-tiii 1', Arclii-
tt't-liii.il Di ,ns inir. Pluiiitiintr.   Healing,
.mil    \'i'iilil,ilitiii,   Sheel   .Metal   ,vi>ik.
Oiii.itni-iita!  Il.-si^n.   L'-l li-i inir ninl   Paint
-.'let 11 ti-Tliei jipciit ic-s.
Telephony, Ti'legr.i|)liy. Glii'inisl ry.
iug.    Uookkeepiiii;    Sli'iin^i-nplis-,     ]'*ni;lisli    Iti.-iiirhc
French, (It-iiiiaii mill Spanish (will) pliontigi.iiihl.
10 per cent discount a Mussed lo llm-e scniiinj; in 1 his ;ul\ ei 1 is-ciiicri t.
Ailihess W.  II. MclJfJI'G'AI.L Lm-.tl  Kepii'seiiiafiv,-,
P. O.  Pox  i:-.il. Nelson. IJ. C.
Wholesale and Retail
.   .   .   Meat Merchants.
Head Oflice, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
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Tcsti.inade of Oi-es-aiVd.Conceiili-atimifoi-.Glilor-;  Ayiiie andtJynnide .Ti-entnieiit.TJ'.:*-;.-.*';."; Apy  Hydraulic' Plniitj'.^V-".-' 7rf; ���������Ws- A:y:~:yy  ,.-.-..' A ���������'���������: :: A:7yffy-: y - Bedford=JIcNeil Code.-- ,'  I^^Ay^'fiKinA^tjv^  d if rfiiclcctibiAAi ii:Ai.A\rps^Ai%i^bAtbbi  pibibi crfslraul dSi^ii^  HonviiGbl APrip^  ���������smpc;bfAhc:^^  ;cr ii til pii tAiyfl'rgaii s ;AThayb|Asbs-pi^-A  bri t'i ci seel All oViif ah i f Ps tbiyveicb ifsi cl e fii  a if y; ti if p rej if cl i cPebiiea d p r.i.iii u s. tA.cpmb:  ibAthpiSpncl uiiiSifl^iiatAa^^p^l^  ss-cl l|:f biAtlicSyvprivA  nfciitAgTiieAifpllmsu  flectsiAgreii tycrcd i ty on'y ddpn A J;A-'-b  Erpri li ce iif oiaH i,s|rii a:fi agbm'cn'tibfstbc''  ^.fi n aii ces.:^ A^|M  i'l^Ybifjsyill'ibciiip  fefivifiivc'Sfi sciil Aii^bii ry?fc.ricl i ii gA;-.Xu.if eiiriUDA'  iii)02 if tii Cjiex pc n.d.itij. res ,i i iifs'ciibceiij'kCpt:  iV!A''. I'yiSiili IP Ah py np|))^pmtipiisA:iVKl-;  ISSiEDys'ARDS,  AHAIXED^lKDICAp-AXlA:801^!!^!,.::  iyi.y t'A'iAAA1.? ursi-:^ ' ^AA:.;-.A;-A;^y'J  : a Ai: -RE^ELSTOKiE;;A^yCA--*As  iSiBIKfSMi^w  "-���������'.".yy'-yyi;,, A(-:v  '77y^  y  y',':y ���������.-���������'-.:���������.-���������..<union|*i  si  AT;URil5AY;  TEBRTJAiRA,  -     ���������*')'-."���������   -. '���������...'..'.."'      a..:,.:  :ibL  :i96y.  iAAIheAnictivityiiifiytheiHum  Aan'idz'6tjieirii.iiidus.tnbs  AViwevsiiosysyilia  : 'iperity'of: the :easAa'ndAinorthss-est is  :::,exteifdi,if������r.:.tpi'thc:Pacific:cpastvy:y:yi:  IMa-;:  sctia  yAiTlie; Aiiiericaiv Congressilui  '.gobdexampletoiotiieAgovei-iinients  ii'n passing'an;anti-trust lasv;:-: .That  ibe; lasv,isi;likelyy to^ be effectiyei is  >evidpht;ifroinitbe";.appeals;ofiRocke-i  ���������felleriand  other Aiieniljers;.. of ���������"the  .: Standard'iOil;ylirust"io::isena.tors: to  irejc-ci the legislation:'."-Tn'-.a.'country:  ii'like-Canada ipeVemptbry "nieasures  ' ought to ibe  taken" lis-yUie.govern:  : iiiicnttb ."pvevehl'.'svichya.ii; :octopus  ���������getting, ii .footing  'and. .We: believe  that, to cb'.'ckniiite it. our legislator.-:  ���������at Oltassa ought to take hold of the  oil industry.and-: supply'oil at cost.  It is'inoraliy .cci-tain; that'. Canada  has a.-, great   oil  fields;ashas;e eyef-  been developed,in.the United States.  The oil business, a.A how controlled  by the '-St unci aril Ui 1 trust is notlii ng  less than higbsvay robbery, and the  Dominion   government    can"  and  ought-i-to'slop it in 'Canada.' '  LIBERALISM AND LABOR."  ��������� Tiio liberal party in the mother  country can still set traditions to tho  .liberals of Canada., Sir Henry  Campbell-Bannerman,' the leader,  'touched the keynote of the future-  : success and progressive policy .of the  party when he said:���������  "The liberal party-'svere 'keenly in  ' sympathy with the representatives of  labor.���������'���������They had too few of tlieni in  the'house of commons. In fuel, there  sva.-- a good deal svaiiting, not only in  the house of commons, but in the  ' public services in the way of democratising the svbule of them. If by., any  arrangement they could have a larger  number ni labor members in the House  of Commons of the type ihey Imd  there already it would heiin enormous  advantage lo Ihe cnnsl itilt ion and to  the liberal parly."  A crying need of Camilla today is  greater labor rcpresonlntion. The  workers constitute by far the majority of   the population, and   their  11 ifTiAbyAti 1 icy'^1 cli^tffArt ii iiVA;i^-P.QyAyfrbi>V  i.\y 1 'mt.,it I ie" .'��������� p.jib.l ic^Tii cc p"u "iVta ';::!'s l.i o >y ^'n p.\yj;  tjic:ipxpciiclii-urcs';"will AwcAhppC.diiiyc}  l,ceaiA)aliiiiccclA"by"^actii!ili:lfeccii)ts.:  p 1 iicing'ttli c"pi;6y i ii bp.; f pivyllic;"lirst; fimd;  .fbcYiniiny"years ihtlfbpositipiAo  i ng Alio" deiflci tit p: bc^ provided "for AAA;"  :������-I t f s: aKpi-b ucAcl ay^  :tbibcablbAP-s)f'y;its ^receipts" btilancpi  its expeiiclitiirei'aifd:thegpyei-'nnient;  isvlio abbiicvesA'itlfat,AAvhilcAat iitiib  Same.iitimp":pf-6sudihgAa."]iljem^  penditurbJforyp^iblic?issJbrksiaiidiU  cleyelppment; bf. the" pfpyinceylias".  reasbn"tbi feet proudipfAitfe Achibve-  fnien t. "syiyy".--���������;.5A;""."i;:i:A:iy-A";"""'.:  ;' "Spmie"attention"!iis"Agiven^ytp the  siepsii takeiiiitbiiseciffpAbbLterAcfinsJ  from"fliP.;:doniinipn.y;:AA'yi"iii A:yyi;ii  i:'"'iilti"is y:tlfcA:railsvavA"pbluiy::;:itliat  interestsypebple. ifipsti:i n:\-i'c\v of: the  is'tirong fee 11ng iigniiist.further,graintsj  ib.'.rniiLsviiy iborifOrittipnsA:ADn ."t-lfi'sl  pbi'n.ti;-'Hbiv"yC.q.l A PiuoA'says'^--'" A"|A;" i  y^'AN'itlmuA'iiissistiuiccAAndA^elitsc^A  fiucntlyyss'ithbiit'aiiyinieasnrei^bfycciny;  trpbfbcirailroads svillis.fb'i'-.::i'nstiti!b.e;'ibcij  ii-eie.i't.o ieniployACliiiicsc,: Vbipiinesc"orj  ii ny f o re.i g t. ��������� ,��������� 1 a bp r{ 111 ey' ci li oose. p ro s- ide'd i  ���������it;is; cheap,'"while our "svo:king"men���������j  ���������k|ly"io'pkingbn',:''C:in;:;only~.:';ii-i-i'p^  protest. ADireet ii.ct'ess-Apii tbe.jNprthAi  svest' nfnrkets for ally, time A'')',', come,  nieniisnio'retc...British Collimi.ii,ii ���������than f  all.;Otlicf":ioiitlets itliivt "ciinibe ipjiencd"  ui) air ius-fo'r hinibei". f f nit, aiid i'li^h:' "'  A; Railways' 'through' y the 'no'rtliuni <  in'toi-ioysvill.open 'tip. and-'.:develop an J  Imiu'eiise ,tori'itoryAisvhicb 'erintains  cc't'taiiflv-fhe grcatost-. extent.':'of agricultural Iii ud in the: province, and: ini-  .nicyns!)mineral I'l/soure'es,' wjiicli, svith  at least oneAol tiie "termini.' to thi:  stiti tlisva i-d, svi11 ' lie ,il i rectiy. triliti tii ry  to the older portions^ of   tlie priovince.  They, .svill "iild.;. iini.tiu.'iisely " to the:  rcviihife-hi tlic;s;iine way as K'ootenay  aiiil Vale haye contributed tb.'pur-ini-  pOrtiuice and success, 'fhey svill ::ot  only bcnelit the portion" of 'he province ���������already settled in the way in li-  Ciitu.il, but ..ns it direct and natural  resiiltof railways through the northern':  interior-other, railways svill traverse,  tho interior plateau northward to meet  thein from Hasteni Kooteiiay, \V'esterii  Isooteiiny, Vale and Lillooct. .for in ing  a netivork of comrtiiiniciition for which  the -interior-forms ...so itiiiny inittiral  alirl admirable routes; and thus eventually ���������.competition as svell as.'corn-  iiiiinicalion will lie afforded to every  important centre'."  The .premier also, advocates a  system of light railsva.yH to provide  transportation for outlying districts.  Of the form of',' .'insista nee to; he  given'the premier says:���������-  " I know .there urn objections made,  lo land grants, but we have lo ileal  with prcscnticoiitlilioi-.s, not, iheories.  We have lain!, and plenty of it. which  will be waste for centuries longer,  without railways. We propose incase  land is given lo surround the. grants  with such restrict ions and safeguards,  as svill. so far as possible, assure all Ihe  lieiielils to the miner und agriculturist,  that would accrue 'from administration by. the government. It is unnecessary I o point out that railway  corporations ai'e. tho very best of im-'  migration agents, because it is in their  "Alfe feiiSsAf if--bits'li^  i till c;c. febt ibf i iprb tes t;S;figafnsfeHpiiA,Cc)!"  il'ri pjfj "Ao f"?%i ctpWiySci ty^yanel A4i"-9"^ a  PatcfsPiiA"fo/A]S>b'|.M  bpbn"wi thcifiisyii ^WMWi^^i^^l^S^..  il i ere A|ii s"ss:'ee kyh c;3iss;aslaskcet:ia altbltbc"  :pcl i ticalA:as"[)CCtAaiid:ilircplicd  :sel 1 i iig Aiiiii cli i nWfyMaiV^  , poli t ies": if t"p f cscn t"*;if A:?"A:"AAAs"i"Ai:  A:i.Icp|iAIiirt,iii>isiissi.iing":inyAddrcss::tp:  i cl irctpi-iS:bf y:i\\'est A'a  ���������ycftCXiigitiiist'tlfb'goyemm  ; tlic"gcvcni in eh Aiciiif niptSiCpu tyblyincrp!  i tlf iif \A Itby vp t cs";iijT ii e"ApiecitiefjrA;tiiikcs"  plii'ccfpiA^HiyAsArpAAAA  ";"'A"^raiicbiiye^"icofr  "yTlie^ibe^al^piir^  cohs e iwif li-i yes Aa n d Acl i sgiai n 11 ed; A gr i ts  ibpiiibAiicebjAltyyiya^ t-  sybiisVPii"b.tiVsiiidyiAU  stroiig6ii"tlftiii>Sy^  "llio if AColl;R naty^  ���������p!fssecl"tliro^  iciiiyAoQ"tIfeij-"i-p  i;a"t": 01 (iii ss'iii; Ai'A.s ke(l"a sA tpytbeigfesiil.ts?  ;. 11 icy;s r ep 1 iccly t If syii. 11ael|s ^a tbeiiiiJi cy case [  ;fpr|tnaiipips-i.iiCe3iin^  ;Sciftiai,iPiisAybuldAim  AtiipiiA:A"^"yAA::"aA%J#IA"AiA^  A|T 1 icjiel ec ti.du������ f P r"Ay\^;esi t ASyVlp" i Sybgt.;���������  'C^ViaycnTliny^pppositibiiAe-indida^^  ;.li'asyy;ito  'OlivcrAvspbakingyj-fbrAAbimiAabUiAiJce^  ;^lifrti ii's:iys!''hp,ilUpc"^  "for iSeifilih/"A;jJi-A Safisoiiy"!^  iiif cii'tAba iicl idii tefii is; "a yfp dpii lairApia ii A  iHpifA^  "oif-li is i>elf ii 1 f, a iicl iJ ibh: "QpiAPripiy arlcl  i;Hipn"lA'iiM":EbcrtSiW^^  scbiic:.  tlielumloeriljfi'siiVejl^  s ubqessyey ier> ������ s i ncb%l i p\wbnt"itit6;iit"  jand" li pApp n si dpi-s 4'i'^&  timbitlibrpyis":iip"|tete  thelsvest  ALDERMAmy-FOOTEi  NewfCdmpWy^M^  'lims������sfid0^  yfBinpSlfpAcAtii-ii'lif  ithe"eii|t^lft|"iiiis"beffe  ;fictiivci"iplbp������nftibb  iifgtbfJtiibAi^lieyy^  ji tip if"|pf "iitiicyi; ti liiijei-i?] i iif i fe'hb; ab"  -iq tii f cei -'oil^s iv f o s Al ii loc-i if; coif i i.i n c LLcSiir  i'sutlf"tlic|la&^  y"'A|iicss'"cpiiiiian^  -ipferaiJed^;  ;bfyi]i!iWer^bif jArj^lfotffasA^  ^YorktoniS!Mii"McMili^  bpriie'^KM^  ;i^rbli'an||faneLl^  cpiif plfnyAiss'i] 1: ta'lcc "py e r ;i 11 i P ji^ p i^o i" t yA  ���������anyAtli|yfiisiife|=s"sy^  ^uiiiiK'i:pfc5iifana  ilbiASvlipIha  bxpbriencedh������tl'U3iCasLEs#isAAA?^^  lv;ii\Irc^tyibi-yl)if^  Sessi;siv;iGbbrgS"Nes  lc"r-ifby,.:getting":Jau  'feptApXAlpjfe;^  if pa nf S'pf; If effsbs," aiicl: i lias [ serfl" f b ryai  .mill siv rigli K";iSX;i������iic w' "If pi ler,-:.cngi n cj  birbulaf",saiv!"carfiagci.tri,nfm  ptlier;iplant"svill"ibbyadd^  iDekesv;'iiiill7'Wliicliysyill"star^  LipfisAi if f iaiii;if esv csyeeks i'AMr .i;Tay 1 or  libpesiitoitakbibitt- fouritp liyp.rnill-  ibn;;fept::bf"lpgs"this"syinter;T-."A:2;UiA  ;y"tThp"ciu es' if o ri.; of; bui 1 cl i n g ia"la rgeri  ifiilLwill;be bonsicterpH^tb^ibifAA'iJiyA!  :"iAIi-,";Taylof-"ihasy;sbctfrecl A26,000  ia c res" of tilib lies t"t i in be i* ih it lie i cp ii i f -i  ti-yf pfiiMu pply i if Ir "tlie i inills";'"";":;"^:"  wmmmmot  Vielwiofyy&L-eddiriqy^  y$$^^0ih'MEngiri&aip^0^^^i  mm  yinggtngmeer.  v'Mf"'' "'"-'���������"���������"-'-���������'  i  Fifty77T/iousahd:0 tt Or--  "i; i" yyydered: for :Arrowheadj7^\ '7:77:77  Tdicifeiorc^hudgalciAiuforiris;:: us  that".^50,00piiss:prlli;:"cif'"  bebnAioi-cleredAfori the"mill";svliich  j Luc]gate lirbs.i-syilt put-in atArrosyA  [^('^."^ThciAorelern'yfoi-iiithis" i  1. have all been: pl-iccd: svi tlf Canadian  jimahufiicturcrs. "iSoine" ielca-'pf; the  j iifagnitudc;-6f"thc ���������milbmay be 6b-:  \'Ti.e^^i^e-^:tl^  the citiv- couficir-iof   KcvclVtokc'f-l.isi^l'inery.-nlr?fi(ly:,ordnrUdonlyLforin^.  yeiiii:'is*.A'ld;"Ko'.:t(',^s'.l,ib:.-;Wiis"reti'u:riecl |-.piirt':;of,. the intended   eeiUiptTie.nt of  iiiie'.'pl'iQsti'i.iwith Aid.McLeod, as repro- \ theiiiill...;;A;   "A .  Ai i ,  1 of Ne  ti'tntive. of No. I. svard       ">;';  , A Id, l-Viotc is- nVOitiuitliiiii liy .birth...  Iiiiving Pictou. X, H.,.-is his n/ifivc  place. There'heAfciu-ncd"the liiiiiiling  .trade, and nitcrss-ii rds ss'ciit to Neii- fork.  where be.worked "for two years hi ihe,  Liike 'Krie and' Wi.-stern Ciir shops,  l-'i-om NtrwVork he "went Ici.i Providence, Ilhodi:; Iklailil,, svliere, he entered  business-as a contraotor.y y -",'���������'���������'���������:���������������������������  AOii the Klondike rush breiikiiig out  he determined to go "to the gold fields,  of the far north, and svas';oA bis syiiy  svest, svith lii.-it objerjt wi.icii be nb't:'Jt.'  ilowsou, of; tliis ,'city,. SvbA iiersiiaded,  him to .iilinndon the trip und stop of!"  at Hevolsfoke, .liere Aid. I-'oote. entered into partnnrs-bip svith .\!r(. How-:  son in the furniture: Imsinc-is.   -.-,   7 ���������  Aid. l-Viotc wsis one of flieprbnioters  of the lievelstoke iLlinilier Coinpaiiy,  oiiiyof the co'1 tractors for the hospital,  and other important buildings. I Ie  takes an jictive interest iii public;  a (fairs.        !A "  Aid. Poole's father was One olytlie  pion'ec'rs of the Big-Mend and ban great-  faith in that .part ,bf .the country, where  lie, made (jnile ������. slake. He had lieeii  placer mining in California und .ciuiic  north on the, diH.-.overy of the ���������Cariboo  gold fields. lie went' into Ihe Ilig  liijnd with the rush on the old sleaine:-  Porty-Nhic, aii'l is'slill ha.lennd hearty  notwithstanding his years of pioneering hardships..  BANKING.  ANOTHER SAWMILL  Will Be Built at- Griffin  Lake In  ,���������.   the Near Future:  IA R.i Schobmacher Atnfl A.-f- '"A.-  Leonard. (if Lesvislon,'��������� N. V., arriyed  in flic' city "Siimlay in coiuiebtion  ���������.vitli another lu in boring enterprise".  Mr. Sciioohinachcr is, i 11 tc rested in  the timber litni t at, Grillin Luke  formerly owned by' P-iifiy.-in, and  Visited "this district.svith,a view to.  arranging for .the' erobtion of a sasv-  niiil there.     ���������''.';.  A^WjiME0L  Bullets Fly and Jewelry Disappears  Mysteriously.  A riiibiiri-ifin residciif.  syith  lifter  state  bxppl lei) tAsfiggbs tipifA'vi'tbAa  ,S' i piSS-A1 lp"l foil pi i if gy tl ibyJ cablyi n cl us tr^-Ai S';  iiiff cl elibyi IfeKigA t t\s;ppplf";i\.[:|iEfi;"yiTc"  ibpii'si clej'g|t 1 f^"Q AKyi.l j"tb \y n e"r.^yp f" 11 fb";  i"Pi-if i b?ire fi n e ry "b 6 ii l eil ig fy e'is u |is t ii 11L i ab  :!aid"fbi;Uiey nilifi'Sj tr^^b^'faid cil iii'gys licet'  :1 caclyff iielyi ci iclypi ii^";;fnitki,n|i;Apila,ifls^  IrAy^lfpAfl-i-aiiyy^  cpftfspAMfAayctipify^t  isytl ic{]fuisb iffgipf "tlie"^ i 1 y biAlbactpfoA  eiAicts"i,ifytlfpSAsia|ibAina  [A ttsvpbd;i|;ys-i 1 jlpi-Sbii biyl'Slb p|bff At li  Mon ti"pa:l"bii\ lfisi,yyayi::bast|afi cl"|iii'gP  itliespAS-ic^Spij^  iAfA-nPliiibiyiipjip^^i^  i ifg"ythc"irii if ijig"yi if ed usTfyisid^yi'bi"  "iii pS^ i ii^ i il 116 i"cl viliy I Qiii jriii n l^gvijn a c h|n A  "cryA; S"Yci-yiil i It 1 p"b f ytlfisymfibiiifibi-.y"  i;i!?"������iis"iibtiS|tbiiiibi"Gen  i a; if; jii VeAt b of iisyi s0 iyii!||ii"fffil|"l A*y 5i#; iliS A������1| |  i;!A Af ;6 ii i" ssw^ s"l b'yypiiyte  **!"H a y iijltp tipAJ itfxvri" |;o|( b|yr if iiifR'KQ"i|y|A j  :������A������'i^iW^Rte  AAgji;ffii|iiJp"i^iitii^  @l^^^l^ip3^^^MG^^^|^i|j|  AAyOf'det's"iiyif)Ca|K  ^^^yyi.;i^jrrirr^s:gi.gjVi...L,..l.i ^j.'1 ^.^s^t^invvTvy^.tias^^^.i^xv^r^raae^i^^KAiajtz^siz^y*  KobtbnayyLciclg'e!,:  ������gtltvisAii: Fy&^iviA  s'l'lioreguliii-iiiee tings;  ?ni-o;li(:liI:,in"tjie2iJbi?:;;  ';oiiie:.'i'oiiiiiie,":I36iinie.,  . .llaliyViii.flieyM.liii'dy  y- ISI oil it iiyyriii Aiiticli?:  t iii on Ui SatySfep.yin.::  ^*wSy> :A:s"iiiiting::vl)i-otlii-ciii  ,:W*; Acpi-tliallyiAvelcpniudy  yihytiblibON^ioeiffi'rAitv"  ���������.ifSELklKi^LODGESN  ,iApa,Tiii-:T'r,;X.;;ci.;  tend.'1"  ibiiiiiA'nf 1 i5.','s.k(j;.  SliiiiMlIsliyil  isfiifadbiii n"G,aibidaA#:;Ei. ,,,  tfm:.  smoicmE  Anhud/gMeeti/igW  AA yy ''i't "��������� ���������/-, afi^/sofl."";";""!"-;"  : -"TlibiiaiiiiiiciLnicctiiigy"bf>ithb"Inf"  perialriDeVelbpiifentySyndicif,  lielcV'Ttlbscl ay; ri ANelspn t'"i"The"icIce-  ALoircff Ali rcctoi-Srresu 1 tbtl "i nyi-ptu i-'ti-;  :fiiig,itlfp:ibld;ii:b^ai-dfy;JpssrsA;Qin  GracesA:Beef"A;ftliu^  ;SfbblcsyAMbGuliocli,Ayribr  La m bif ti iy;Thp:'fpl 1 oisy i ii gi sverp elec ty;  i e d -i of Ii'per s: ;'"G e.oi;ge"! G ij. 1 ies i;'. p i;os: i cl.c.n t-'j-'.  DfAAirtliui-y^.fs'ty;ivibbypfbsidbift^  W.vBebr"secbnd"!A'iccTprcsidcift;"yHi  il3ird;"trpaisiufci;A"A;"H;.':Gi-a  .rptaTy"imcl"niaiifigi if g"eli rbctbi-y|Thbi  principal Ara if sfictiPif'bfytlib-ysyiftli^  batci' dlififigi'tlie";prccccliiigyitsyplvc  monUisAvas itlicUibnding of-ith'pAJils'a  iif Fife" tbAlic Caliimct" lt"--:.B.' "G.TG.ol'd-.  fieielsiiof'illASiiOQp-cifslffffl  iiv:sbifrcs:"i.:i:;y'"iAy":'Ai;:A'yi;' ���������"'' "-Ay.  a, ��������� friend  the   lire  if siege.  ti.ken his  The horses ba(  dainiig  loaded  iia  (I  mpiii-iii.f  lis weelr  I nspector Moiiltofi, of the I  Hank, spent three days of I,  here, and on Thui-siln.y Chief Inspector  Moll'a 1,1, joined him, the two ofliciiifH of  the bank proceeding thojice to Ihe  coast.  rctiiruiiig lioine  c,;; '.Sunday morning  found bis house in 'a.  A (|Uoiidnln associate,  le.,.iu out for n (hive  hoi Led and done miiidi  lie c.vpecteil I he police .and  revolver and rifle. On I.be  owner ii rid friend ilear.iiig the house  tlie occiipiuil. look I. tif-in for Ilis  Majesty's force.-, and- brought the  shooting inuiH inlo play while the  other two had an interesting ex peri-,  ene.e dodging bullets. When tin'  owner eventually goi, possession of his  home his n.Aoeiate .departed, ninl the  owner, found I.i.s Wiileh, gold chains  and oilier s'alimbics had depiii'led too,  Will   RevolutioniseyyTreatmeniy.bf  'i;yy7y7y7':'.yA Copper-V:0/*t?s.;i-:-''"-i:';'Ay"  -...���������:.-.���������.: ��������� ....yy.yy' 'is-y.y:   yy 1_;.:.-..- ��������� -^.-.-.. ���������--*������-_-..' -.-"���������  ;.;Alt is report ed iii,i])i;6ccss.;hiis;: been ���������  pCrfbctceifbrAti-ea linen t.'bf ,_cpp])pr  an'id other sulphide 'oi-csiAvliicliidj'c-;  cpi-tling't,o"cxpci-ts,syi!l bring about  a.rev'olut.ioif iii.i I'npiallur'gy.A;.^; "A-  "..-'���������Tho iicsvyinctliocl svill pci-mit, of  the b|X'ning'u))"bf h'uncli-cels tif low-  grail c . cop per if 11 i n es,; svh i cl 1"-. b a vc  becifilying cloi'inanti iliccauscipf the  liilliei-Io jirohibi ti vc cost of :.o])'oi--'  aiioil.���������"���������'.'���������' Ko'rinciA Siipcrintcnclent  ���������Knox of ���������the "KiisL IMtlHburg Gas  Company, i.s "'the "inventor of-the  nesv |iii-occss and the rcprescnlaliyc,  George Westiiigbousc.biis already  in vektc(f.$2,000,000 in the syslcm.',  ���������' The method docs; a svay with the  preliminary rbriRling of the copper  ore, svliich-not. only is, expensive  Xi-caitii'iciit, but.kills vegetation neitr  smelters.   ."���������'   7 ,.        "     i-  THE #/^.  A compliiueni, wbicli We iippreciate  very mticlv is fm id by a- lend-ng milling  pngineerof world-wide experience, who  .ii'iya the suggestions niailu, in the  K'iioTK.VAV .M.sii, for the improvement.  of the silver-lead industry lire the host  aiid most practical yet put Ibrwnrd.   ,  ('!', Allwiiod; M, P.., Who has been  visiting, Hie ' (list riet-.' svas the lirst  milling oiigine.'T ,lo build -an aerial  li-niiisviiy iii yVmericii, having crccted a  niodilici'itioii of an Knglish idea at a.  mine ho was managing at Nevada,  where the ore had lo.be dropped n.OOO  feet to the mill.  .5, Wf ���������'��������� A;^f Ayf $ ? A ������������������: ;?y ,*ji r>;  AVJIOUKSAhlCiDKAIiKU  ' yj;:������a>i.;:yfsy  -   - -  :1NA  O^S^BKSi^NDiOlMMS"  ,,;,AyA(Sitf':i^.i':'-''Q'Auysiria(ni!:p)yAA,y  -S)]fptS:alPstAA@^  ���������m  'illefHillBnglip  liiiliiliiitliSl|l  iililllll  ..SVliilc tlici-o.iti'o'.iiuinyi:.:.svii.y.s:;bpeiis.to.;.svise.  Aonieii lo .ecoiioinize: in yllie ihoineyiiiiiie tiro  nioro rfimployof.i pi-ofltalile^tliaiiytliey use :of  Uiiiinoiid:.I.).v6s,..:.'riicso. iiiiitclilt.'Ss'd.ves ssvliili:  they create niul resUii-coltlgiiniients l.o-vlieiuily.  iiiul-;ii.sei;iilnestt,.:.nlsp;i-enosv..l'ii(liiii labkycovoi-s,'.  cni-liiiiis, porticrs, alKliiinsnnd chiiir coveriiiKS,'  KlviiiK- thcin..:l)i-i|j;hl;,:.iind'..ai'tistic. colors.;,.One"  trial svill convinee.yon: that Diamond l.iyds nro  fioiiio I'l'icnds. Send voniviultli-ciis to 'I'ltciW'tills  S; Kielini-tl.son C,'o.,':.l,iinil.e(l, -JOO jUoiintiiiiisl.',  iUontrcal,' l':('���������,'andyoii will't-eceive-jiuslypaitl  ncs\-.,.l)yoi'.Uo6l������;;:|-i".siiiii,i)l(i������;6f :I.)yc'(irel(ith"iiiiil!  ;full.i'-iiiii{i) of yjJiiimontlyiJyp; ISIrtt iiiitl.ltiiK"'''it-  tcnis."::-i;;;,:syy;;'y,yvy:A y-y; .-'������������������,���������.���������::.���������;���������.���������: ������������������y^y'V .:."-:;:���������;:::;  IFolSiKyBM  "ilA\'c;;:!tliti;iiiidcr  ;fiillis"Api';fina''^d|t()y;giyeAilie^  ::g'if'iif',an'tCcvMufliAjvc'rj^,oOic(;ii^  il3f;"i;PbU.iiigilj'sAKicl'nCy:i-^V.(^  "tlieifdiilyli'ilehi'ftlySi.n  "ppsi i:i y b f yfbf ircsyfijf.1 W (vo\ )h I es:Aiii:isi ii gi^|A|Ci |  ;:l'i^)n)AveiilA;iViAeliseitsi^y(-i(Uu  Ay j' fi Iei h ii yif" CI fee t;l;ii 1 lytft i'e t iu'ntjd"i.fA!db'!Ai������iiiAi  villi li'ii't.'ihiiis'fii'o'iijfiiijljv^  ?!ifi,ef'AiVsb''*)t"AitibAO,;)it-itll(ii?^  ) hot tili^i e If 0 c-'tii-i'is ton i s 1 iiu g"ai id|j'^f ii ia i Ay "AA  ,firiVi,:j;cffi"-iis?Sif  *J',0 ii i'sya StiYy to "lir oiviy y.-' M,A:.AASpS^a|y"AA  ^piiOiinadiis-BoplA^jiinig-C  AyAA-ySiASyAsiSA^Jtbyids^  _"AAMi.  yiWaitef  Oi'iffciipiYiAOiiuggists.A-i:  ;il3"A;0i>'i"s-clsiolVi"xl3  'J3twl,*ftj-u������������������^'Nixy^ '"  , * n! 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I    J2 and 11 Pembroke st,, Toronto, I <    t  A    rj',  i   ,'  , c  ,     , ','V^V^%-  '��������� f>-ii f P-'&i  "-"--'w >-. ,jij. r  "-i-A'Vfl  ^ ** x. ������*     j-\  * :������  A ;  ll  i    (, +  STALLS FOR      $  THE GAIETY |  'Keggic Mattel sou svas not a, man  .tfjo senously intended to svoik Tniis.-  fhicf' on ilus fcJloss-ctcatuies He  "fvas,. ������,naj}ij<- a good-natuied,.* svell-1  kneamng- talol, svl.j usually said oi  GUI the wrong thing lie svas the.  Kind ot a man who eani.es Ins tim-  foiclla in tiiuinph tluoughout j hot  punuriei, but leases it at hqnio Oas  ,     Hay the weathei bleaks up  'At school he svas fiectuently thiash-  *Jd foi   othci  bojs'  ofiences,  and ..lns  business cmccr was a long cliam of  .   unfoitunat* incidents.     He said     he  oaughl Ua^s which didn't lun.'mi&b-  t'd those that did, got shunled~iiito  Sidings,  anil charged {or e.vcess.   luggage,wheLerthe o^tlm,ny men arnved  fit their,  clestinattonSj-'ficsh.^ancl ���������smiling, uftei timeline fust svith a thud-  class ticket ,  "    But it   svas    when Reggie took   a  hand, in othei people's alUus that he  (; eal.lv shone      On oiv> occasion-   he  v    finnly    '     , . 'r  Avas begged to remonstrate, with   lus  ,      ������vifo'-s younger btqthcr on. his     evil  ' ��������� "couises     It svas suggested that Keg-  gio.shoiild_spe.sk to g him. kindly, but  ^   Nobody , svill   ever     knosv cwactly-  r     what     happened      Pei haps    Rojgio  ovozetid the,-."tunines,'"but it   end-  "' < cd mi his" returning homo badly <lis-  figiued,  while his* bi othei-m-Lasv was  ,     so Exasperated' that  ho  puisuedchis  evil ,couises ,moic violently, aud svns  " shoi-tly (attcisvards    bound ovxu     to  t keep, the, peace ������.������.'��������� '  ' a  * Perhaps the most lemaikablcmess-  that Reggie ever, dragged lmaself and  ^others yito svas. a uttlc- mattci , connected ytvith a couple oi wiongly ad-  '      dressed telegrams     He had a' talent,  In that kind "of1" thing,  and*on, this  i occasion, 'he brought   ^ofi!,a double  event m the shape'of an exchaugo'of  telegrams^ which neaily wrecked >twq.  homes/"and which lias left aii'unpl<*a-~  santy cloud" of doubt 111 the minds of  tw0 excellent vomen to this day *  It happened like/this      Reggie was_  1 at thatr'tinae confidential, c'eik to a  A'solicitor lMJUffd r Toterfield " It'  always, soemed    to "me'that to-,-make  1 Reggie a confidential "clerk was    ra-  -thcr-likc   tempting Providence,   ,but  1'iq arrangement? woi ked iweJI. enough,  until, one morning. Mr   Peterfteld   m-  ^   sti ucted the, champion, k ud-dle manufacturer to send, off two ..wires-',     )   ,  t        "I've, had twa stalls- sent^me    for  the GaietyrMattcrsan,,'*. ho said,"so.  you-might iwire , to my wifc,-> asking  tier.1 to moat me Iteie- at seven."   y  r  '(Very well,'Sir,'" remarked Reggie,  -genially/ "I'll" attend     to, that     at  '   once "   1 -,"   1      .      . 1  ,     s "Thank: you' very much," said Mr  vPeterficldAnot.. knowing the kind   >ofi  -circus svhich was,  to  follow      "Aiid  whrle'ryou' ,*are -about"it you. might  send off tins wire to 'Mrs. Knott   It's  a vtjry awkward, t case, t but it, seems  the best thing- toudo   ������������������ Don't, fongot  tto fill m ^tlie addcess      You have it,  ln*3io*uii book " "> '   .  How he nianasjod toido.it He.wea  alone-knows; but 111 some"mysterious  ssay he svnest'to Mrs   Knott���������a goad-.  t lookmg", racy little woman, foe'\s horn  Mr ^Pcterfield w.\s- conducting a sma-r  -His mtervicsv with Mrs PeterCeld  svas not a sinking success ( lie found  her fully dressed for a journey,' with  her tt links and boxes packed and lying ready in the hall ' He approached her svith a smiling face; but  wasn't allowed to speak She seizi-  cd him by both lapels of h,s coat and  shueked for her husband 1 Reggie  stated that he hadn't got her husband aboci^t lnm, , and that he had  come lo explain maltcis There had  been a most unfoitunate" mistake  ^Mis Peterfteld , seemed to regard  this icmnik as a confirmation of the  telegtam, and , fel^ fainting to the  floor.' "* Aftei being*J pioperly rdosed  syth eau de Cologne, and brandy she  locovcied consciousness, and Reggie  ������sumcd the, congenial task of putting, matteis right He begged her  to-bo &sute calm., as there svas no  need foi alaim, and Mis ^PcteifieUl  spv-ng to hCL' feet indignantly, ^and  askea hiiuf'V>lv.H flaslui^g 'eyes, "b&w  he elated . to -"a.iy.that her husband  svas ma> ned to another woman  "Xo, 1 :;o, my dear madam,"* said  Reggie?, meekly, "you aie quite  wiong Your husband is������ *Ct mar-  ued, to this woman at all "-  .  "Not m.unec| to her'"rshe scieam-  cil      "Then he ought to be "      ������������������  This, svas a staggerer, but, pulling  himself together, Reggi.0 exjitamed  that Mi "Pe-teiheld,had iecei\ed tsvo  stalls for tlie Gaiety "' 'You, see hosv  it happened," he lcmaiked,' blandly,  ' 1 svned to j you. instead of to Mis  Knott " '1 ' - '    r  Then* he's taking tlus ��������� eieatuie  tp the thoaUc," she moaned, 'and,  sitting clown on tho staircase, she.  sobbed convulsively     ", y,  Reggie now^bc'tran- to realize lhat  he ssas getting- out of lus depth; so,  he isnatched up Ids l.at and. fled 1  'Ife'decided to let Mi; Petei held explain, things to his svife, and to confine.1 lus own, exei Lions ,to soothing  Mrs Knofct by> talfiiig<het< to tho  theatre t He .was still hopcf.ulA and  consjdeied- he was ,niauaging things  'capitally;     ._ >J ' <��������� ' "   , A -      ������  y He remcnibei ed, that hc/liad, prowt-  fsed, to. accompany his .wife to-Alics  (ViCai 's At-Hoijie. that, night, 'so it  svould be .ijecessaty to send Iipi- a  wne "Shall be late, to-mght,," the^  sviio^'ian,^ "detained, by business"  As an"a������,terthoueht, ho" a'ddod, "Sqii'Ji  djoas^uifc.to oflice'at oneo,"' and^ it,  didn't l strike1 hun that the" message  svas not calculated to, please a, somcr  sshat suspicious .and dominceiing svo-  laan       A , ���������n  ~v    1, t' ���������'  '  ' By the time he'1 cached 1 the -oflice  he found a reply'fiom his wife await-  'ing him, to the effect that she sv.is  bringing tip.his" dress1 suit, heiscJf 1  Somehow, this soundedy ominous-, and'  it flashed! across Reggie's mind that  he svas not managing things: svith  quite his. usual skill v So-he went  out to1 dinner.', a J    ,     A ���������'  When ho" returned t, lo    the office,  somawhat     late  _in', the  afternoon,  slightly confused  in'.lus  ideas,     but  singularly hopeful and Jight-heaited,  he, .found'  the i circus'in full1 swing ,  Mr   Peterficld'liad retained, and'Mis  iPeterfield1 had also called 'on her svay  to  Padduigton,   sslieio  she  pioposed-  to catoliHlie 6 IT" train and so icnch.  her1 fat'her's Home- the same night    -'  She w.iSjStill'iin a highly hj^tericaL  condition and unable to "state   ssh.it  svas theysource'pof>het',troiible';    'and  hci  husband who couldn't make head  pc   tail    of   the Jew   sentences- -t>-lie  LEFEOSYM CONTAGIOUS  SO     SAYS'     A   PHYSICIAN  <   CHARGE OF A COLONY.  IN  tiimomal  case of extreme delicacy��������� &,ureJe:i  about'"another wife"  s and  It,  ,v - thc'follosving 'message ' "Jffavc_ tsvo  stalls for Gaiety " Brert me "heie'  ses'en "   a    ���������       , *        '    '  AMiilu    to   Mi. Pcterfield s'Vifn,  -a  young'but highly neivou9 ssomuu, he  r-   ssned yithe    jojfut   tidings r * 'your  Itusband's   pievious wife* still liTing  Return' home'to  patents ^immediate-  iy';" rt  ��������� ' <. >   ' '  With the geniai couil^sy svhicu was  clmractciistic ot,the man he paid tor  a reply to both^ tclegiams, and then  sn oto an apology , tOiit client to  si horn he. had sent somebody else's  account by mistake     .- ,  Mifr  Peterfield sent-no leply to the  wire,  svliich rather sin prised" Reggie,,  ssho-, of couise, didn t know that she  was lu s-lu lekmg hy&tci ies on ..the. dining-room,      hear th i"mq/ '"but^   ,-Mis  ^  Knott's     came". sviUnn\   the -.hour -  '���������'Shall be delighted to goAsith   you.  toi Gaiety "_ '     -     ,     .       s   }     A    "  '   Reggie   was    mtich  pu?/Jed''    Why  gliould a woman, suggest^a visit    to  ���������Uie, Gniot\���������because her husband, had  conti acted  a* bigamous mat 1 lage"? ,    v  In tl 0 course of an hour- or , tsvo  the tiuth dasvned upon him     ITehad'  invited, the svi one  svomaii to go    to  the theatio withMus empio-.or   What  should     he    do'    Ah    Pctcilicld hod  gone    assay _foi   the eutne'day,     so  Reggie ,decided to u^c his ossn     di=-  uetion      This, -svas a pi������y      If   he  had left the muddle where "it was it  ssouldn't have been, so bad, but, un-  fortunately. Reggie- deotded to    take  "prompt     measures" to put    things  light.  Arrs Knott lived at Balham. Hfe  ss'ent theie in a hansom,, and explain.-  cd, as delicately as possible, that she  had lccciscd the wiong tclcgiam^ ���������  "through a- fotoi of a clerk," said'  Reggie, piously He then added  that the private detectise employed  on her case haJi disc'ovciod that her  husband had been pi������viously ninriicil  and that his Inst wife sva* still living  Reggie broke the awful ncsvs to her  (ciideily, but Jhs. Knott received it.  svithi rare fortitude.     She* said  that  bho    supposed it couldn't bo helped,  and added,  svith a. quiet ssrinlc at the  muddlo-niakcr,   that she  fancied    she  could Itndi someone else  ��������� Reggie was-     so shocked   that     he  gasped      for      bicath,    and     giopcd  blindly     foi    his    hat      Hut     Mis  Knott had not finihhc-1 ssiih linn   She  svas it pretlty   and     really charming  svomaii, ,'itul -told In iu pUtvttillv that  if ho iliad    lobbed her of her      husband,, at least ho mustn't disappoint  her about      the     theatre       .She had  quite set her  heart, on going   to  the  Gaiety that night  What svas to bo clone? "You see,  Mr. Petei field has an anged to take  his svife,"' said fteyguv 111 pciploMtv  "That'doesn't mat Ioi," s-ho said,  rlicci fully "What al out you0 Can't  ^011 take mo?"  Jt ssas- an .1" fill {.uggcsLtnu to  nlake to a model of sttbiuli.in pio-  jpriety, 13uL Reggie ssus a bold man  Ho felt called upon to sic the iniit-  tcr thiough llu (old liuiiscli that  J10 mustn't 1 isk ollcndiug a good  client And, liioicovei, she sv.vs "tin  asvfully flno woman" Mi s Is'iiott  sa/d ,ho svns ''a dent Old tliini;," 01  sscuds to that cflcot  WIioii ho left tho hoti'--e Tlcgftio  Hsviing his uinbiolla violonllv, fcol-  Ing that ho svns a bit of (1 "sad  dassg," and ss'n't niiinngnia tliuiujs  capitally It orciincil lo him, hoss'-  scscr, to call on Ads I'elci'fiolcl, svlio  lived in Hi KI cm, to'upologi/fi foi his  en01 dud cxpJulii mutters II cson  (lasviicd upon biiu tlnjt (the) might ho  illilldVCil ni, heruliip thai Rri 3,Vtri'-  'fleld "had il   rtt'st svife whS svns still  JlS'lllft Sonio V/DDK1',! nie so On si 1st  put nut Wo Ho ilitis'is ti) Ih'Klou'  svilh n Llulll "f pi tile o.t the piomiit  ssuy ho uuj jiutlhtf tKmjs <iii"m,lil  "taking the crc.il'urc ,to the'thcatic,'  svas*-boc6ming-very Ciaspci ated   and  usingl'lan^uage suited" Co"the   "occasion       '    s       ' e  To make .mott'eis ss orsu:,'Reggie's  ossn ss ile^i accompanied, by his' eldest  son, cairying'his, chess-suit.Asvr.ipiiedi  in brown papci, '."hacliA appeared >on  the scene ���������     1    * ''    *  Mr-?- Mattel soil-was a l.uge, quietly ovcibeaiiiig^wom.in, pud,1' hnviiig-  couceis-ed the idea tlatj it ssas in  Mis Peteiflel'd-'s company hci t husband proposed to Weai his diess-sunt,  'si'-ie ^v.is saying, all! the1 offensive  thugs > tli.\fit occuncd' to hei and  searching about for moie    .  Reggie ainved on, the scene iiist'in  timo_ to convert 'a ^niisiundei standing  futo"ct> general ongrfgenient'"' Being a  tuflo unsteady on hi^'feet, he sat on  a stool and tii ieeU to cdllecUlns' sVits  Will you be '.������ho',"-.good as to'tell  mo, M.ittoison.Jsvhat' is; the mattef  witli^ tliose mfri nal svomen and svhy  they'atc here?" s-aid Mr PeteWiehf,  politcily  1 "1 svill e\plam eveiything in tincc  svords," snid Reggie, upcalting sloss--  ly and ss'ith oxtieme-caid ��������� c  * ."Speaking-.,cs.anr mfoinal. svomau,  I shall be'glad ' to hcni- svhat, you  have to say,-Mi - aratteison," said  his sVilo,  gloomily.  ' I.shall' make' myself quite deal,  my love," said' Reggie,, svith .1 look  of blcOid idiocy on hia. face .."This  ntoimirg my principal, a most1 woi-  'thy man, icceived tsso tickets- foi  the" Gaiety " 1 .. ,        '  Mr Peterfleldshoddedihis counimn-  tion, and lus> svife wept absent-mindedly into1 her smelling-bottle     1  "And as he desired lo take a lady  svith him, he. instructed me. to ssno.  to Mrs  Knott "  ."Nothing of tho kind, vou bhthei-  nlg   Idiot,."   =aid' Air   l'erteifitfri,    "1  An Old BeHei Put to Rout If This  /   Doctor's    Theory   Is 1  Correct.  The belief that lepiosy^ls a highly  contagious disease has been for so  many ages deep seated in the human  mind that when one of the greatest  experts on the subject in the , woi Id  makes the statement that a healthy  person can be inoculated with the  virus without necessaiily having the  disease, the ^announcement comes  with almost a shock Yet such is  the avowed belief of Dr' M B Caile-  ton of Sabattin, nearj Umballn, India, who has recently been traveling  in tins countiy Dr Carleton is m  charge of a coiony oLlepers m the  place mentioned,, and is considered  one of the. chief authonties on the  disease in. the Indian Empue ' ife  says that the germ has been, disco\-  eied, but that it has not yet been  cultivated successfully. _It bears a  stiong lcsomblance to the tuberculous bacillus, and ut ,s along' the  lines of ^ samilarity ^to that disease  that the investigation is being pursued by the Indian specialists j Ik  Caileton declares, that leprosy has a  strong affinity foi tuberculous- constitutions, and that infection is always possible, and,'indeed, more  than probable, 111 people afflicted  with the tuberculous taujt In an  ijitetviesv Di Caileton oveitsuns  mth'osslY many dusty and time-hon-  01 ed U&Jilijons prevalent among all  peoples svheie the dise-ise is known,  and goes so fai as to s������iy that/ the  sentiment expended svhen a man or  woman gives up J.ies of home and  fueudship for, life at a leper colony  is to a '    t,       1  ;"GR10AaVDi:GI^EE WASTEP     '  Dr   " Cai-lel/on     was   born, in India  'tsso, >eais> befoie the ,Sepoy mutiny,(  his patents-     baviDg .gone    there as'  missionaries from Bane.sVt "When a  voungunaii he ssas sent to the l}nit- .  cd States, where* he pursued1 a, coiuse  in medicine and, saigciy    (Returning  to India, in 1881*.he at^oncc- began  woik among the lepeis at the    station wheic he is nosv located   HeVi3  manied   and ,^ has  . scye'iaU^children,  thr.ee of'whom sscre boiu.'ia'thc-lep-  ei  colony    'Di . Carleton, sa,cd   _   a  ' Tho last census shpsvs that, thei.c  are "nosv about 400,000 lepeis in India ,i ,ln the distncti svhere "L Uve  there ave about 40 ^to each 1,000 inhabitants, but in s6me"distiicts the"  piopoition is much smaller In the  station uudci my cbaige we have  .about 100 patienLs, .men, svoineu. and  children t Aniong those arc only  three Europeans,, one having died  since my return to Anwaica The.  length of a lopoi's life vanes according,',to^ the vanity'of the disease  svliiih, has attacked hiiu " We recognise two distinct kinds. In, one tho  disoae-c attacks the aims" and legs,  >ss'lucfi.,lose all sense, of feeling SuiTeo.-  ers fiom.'this"variety of the diseasre  lne sometimes nom thuty to foity  years      The other foim    attacks the  am not taking into consideration the  chances of the bubonic plague or  cholera or ' some of the poisonous  snakes which infest the regions about  our station taking me off   "���������  "Our station is maintained partly  by government aid and p.Mtly by  subscription It remures about 53,-  000'a year to lun the hospital, including ' pay tfor thetassistants I  shall return to India again in a fesv  weeks, and svitli my family^spend the  remaindei of my life,among those  unfoitunate and afflicted pcopie "  WATS OF'IAEIMIOM  1        - ���������  HOW   SOME   RICH   MEN HAVE  ADDED'TO  THEIR PILE.   '  WAYS OF PROPOSING.  Some of the Many Ways Emplqyed  ' by Suitois. ,  "> '  Ingenuity seems to have reached a  high stage of des'elopment in the  matter of devising original stays of  proposing marnage-    _,���������  ,  The telephone had hardly been  perfected before it svas usod for the  puipose, and svhen the phonograph  came into geneial, < use its aei vices  sveie made available by 'suitois1  doubtful of thou osvnrcourage to  speak out and fearful of not getting  a heariug othersvise  Theie aie also established instances  in sshich pioposals written 111 fao-  toi ies and inclosed (it random m  the packages issued thcicfrom have  ended in entirely satisfactory unions  It is also a matter of record that  the tobacco manufacture'S* svho published the,pictures of then o piotty  cigarette girls had to withdnisv.thcm  osvwg to the flood of pioposuls received by the subjects  The oidnnsiy device .of faking the  object of Che proposal' out in a  small boat and theajVaviifg hci' life  and making the pioposal.bas beeu  use*} -50 often, that it has< become  shopssoln and has lost its- elective-  lie's c ,  It is 1 elated of a piofessional  act onaut > ' ss ho, svas making daily  ascensions 111 St'.Lotus.that lie m-  diiced 'the objcct/Jof his 'affections -to'  Mr.     Cook's     Way     of    Treating  Blackmailers    ���������   Armour's  Fight for Millions  The little village of Resma, on the  slopes of Mount Vesuvius, resented  funously the attempt to run a rail-  svay up the volcano. I'oi generations they had pi ovidcd guides, and  mules for tourists, and they'made  things so hot for the promoteis of  the nesv scheme that tho dnectors  sveie foiced -to pay'them a heavy  blackmail In, a short' tune this  amounted to $4,500 a yeai, and the  villagers extorted'into the bargain .t������  poll-tax of one dpllai 11 head upon  all passengers ^JNeeclless to sav, the  railway could not pay undei such'enactions     It svent banki upt  Then appealed upon the scene Mr  John Cook,     svho bought the'svhole  business     Tho     mountaineers intimated   to shim      that   they   wished' to  knosv sshethor he ssould  CONTINUE OR INCREASE  the picy-iotis payments "I sh.i'11't  gis'e ,you a single penny," svas the  leply, "btit^you tan huso svoik if  you svant it " The Kcsuia, folk sveie  fuuous- They attacked and biunt,  the ratlsvay station, seized the rolling stock, and huiled the carriages  dossnthe ciatei" of the volcano    0  Mi 'Cook promptly lepaned the  line, antl in a fesv days- trains ssetc  tunning again This- tunc the moun-  tainecis ,toio up the petnianeut svay,  ind shot scvcial'of the soldiets sent  to guard the inc "Vciy ssell,"  said Mr Cook, sshen the'nesvs 'came,  ' I'll give them a lesson " JETe clos1-  cd the line,entirely, and gave -out  that theie ssoujd bo no1 moie ascents  svards with,facarms ��������� kept off all  coincis They svere fighting for nearly three days and nights," with hardly a. mouthful of food or drink, before police aid arrived The Moon  claim has since bi ought its fortunate  osvnei upwards of 5150,000 ��������� London Answeis  whojised ony-the mountain      TraveL  entuely stopped,  and for six months  ���������~ ,���������. ,���������  u.��������� 11? i,   , 1 .thojRcsina people  starved      AL the  ������������J,S ?" ^iIoon w+lth lum'  a������d  end.of that    time    they-capitulated,  e\pi eased his detei nunation not     to  come dosvn until she consented,  and  MEN WHO, BREAK DOWN.  Those 'in Business   in a Small Way  Are the Most Liable. "   '  A\hen the. man standing at  head of a vast business breaks down,  the papcis begin to talk ot the enormous piessuie of modern life,' especially in .the. Itues 01 iinauce and m-  dustiial activity There aie iail-  ss'ay ' piPSidents who stand a gieat  amount of business stiain, but they  svaste none 01 their eneigies, and aie  temperate, as all men oft great af-  faiis must bo, if they would hold  their osva m these busy days  While a gteat. btiamess involves  huge lespoB&ibitities, a. strong man  at the head of it will be found to  haso selected capable assistants,, often youngcL men svith gieatei posser  of lesiatmg stiain. Tho lailssav  managoi, bank manager, 01 head 01  a tiust or combine, lias his stall", his  business is systematized, andra laige  pait of his- svoiLh to his coipoiation  consists m Ins ability"to pick good  mon foi   ic'sponsiblc places  ^When one romes to look os'er (t'ic  list of men'-broken down in business, it is among those having small  businesses that the gieatest number  ssill be found The man in a small  viciy lately con aftord to have capable assistants!, ���������, he must "do it all  himself,"-. and hence wouv and ovci-  domg Theie ls'mote of ������, ''chance  for brain-fag > in ,a , small shop 01  agency Lhon in a big business It is,  theiefore, tof the utmost importance  of Vesuvius for the piesent]~as> toui-ito tlie l-ttter that they'1 cscrve them-  ists.weie not s.ife fiom the bngands .selves sulhciently  to  cope   svith.   the  ever-giosvmg stiain'Of a small,     in-  IN ISRBY JLD ffllLUff' -  NEWS   BY MAXL-^Bein.'- JOHN  '   BULL AND HiS PEOPLE.   '  that he eventually leturned tov the  earth "andr svas married,in'th& usual  way v "-      *"  ���������The story is told of 0'young man  forcedby circumstances to.ioumoy'  tto Australia svithout having had 1 a  'fair chance^ to make his^plea- to the  'girl "of his' fhoieefbiil' was determined to putrthe question to her in  a foi able m.anuei, so he pui chased a  Ipairot and by dint of perso-'oraiice  taught the bird to lepcat, with ; a;  variety- of modulataons, "Will you  many Dick " Then he sent the  parrot to the girl Ho receis'ed by  cable the sjngle.'word  "Yos "  A Butish  prcTate ls'authoutr for  the     story ot^ art undei taker    svho  falling m love withrua woman whos������  husband he had buried, pioposed ' to  .ind-sued 101 employment The Vpsu-  vius Railway has since netted "'for  its Cghtuig owncis a'comfortable income annually v  It  was    Dr   T Perkins!   au  English  chemist,    svho     discovered pararosa-  lme,AJ the foundation:! of the ..modern.  'anUine trade     Cei many-immediately  seized on tlie discovery, 5rnpioved upon it,, and their essences, dyes-,    and  scouts, ei-ttacted,fiom coal-tar- >  ,   SOON I'TLtLED THE WOItLD  About three yeais-ago a well-known  Britishi scents firm of'Hackney     determined that they svould regain  at  least some ot thci lost, trade .    They  acquired  ������the    services, of Dr   Ishei  ���������'ss ood,  a  ci easing business  ' 1     ���������: 4-  UEALTHY PCOPIE  Occurrences     in" the     Land, That  Reigns Supreme in the Com-       ,  1     '        mercial World.  1 *  Ihe     foundation   of * the    Bank of  England strong room is b6 feet    be  '  loss  street level ' ,  .    For      the    fifth year in'succession  Lhe , Aid   VV   A   Colder has been     chosen  Mayor of Hull      , '  There are now 3o,361 sellers and  makers 01 patent medicines in,Gieat  Britain ' .,  Nine thousandtseveE hiadred rats '  were killed,at the London docks dur- ''  uig tlie last t/wo months 1 A   "  ��������� ,vPoik and    home-fed beef are    iSow  being sold at the same puces in   the'-.  Yorkshire East Riding!' 1  1 he only vcgetana-������ restaurant in .  Leeds is about to add fiali, flesh .-ind -  fowl to its present menu 1 t  : Boer Ceneial Viljoen, lecturing ui^y  London on the 16th. uit , said Bri^ t  tain might well, be proud of her *  soldiers. . 1   .,  The    first    e\poit      of taw cotton ���������  fiom    Anienca.  to England ssas     inj  17S5,  when one bale was sent from  ChailesLon to LiserpooL A - A'  The Scottish bazaar in ITancbester   ,'  101  the    endowment ol a. bed and    a~ ,  cot in   the   Southern Hospital     has,  achieved its object- /  Foi    stealing   a cauliflower valued' ,  at Id       it om a wagon at midnight, '!  Joseph Lewis a. watchman, has been  fined 10s   at West Ham '  afiinchestei      has     a.   public'wash-  house, at^sshich poor women can ,do   '  their laundry svo/lc by paying   three  cents an hour " ���������        .   f  Private tinders-'at   Covcnl-y.    are  considenng the advisability- aljorm-i  ing a defence-    associo-tion to     combat the co-operative movement.        /'-  Two Hebresv- Bibles- ort which* Jews'  may    be   ssrorn have  been presented r%  to    the    Bnstol Police Court by"a^y  menibei'   of the local   Jewish- 'com���������"-  munity     ~ '-���������"     ' "      '  A "  One shilling was* the reward left for  the. fuidei   b>  tha^osvner of a cheque  for ������300 which svas- p.^ked up   and   -  taton to, the policej at .Grantham by r  a nasvspapei boy     ' t '   t   " \  The. directois of'the. Lipton Limit-',  ed have dedared an interim? dividend  on tho ordinary shaies foi   tlie   past  fi.  b.   f<  - V fil  DOCTORING  tv  * "Never > tell a patient Ui.it theie is  motliwg the matter with him," ^siud  an old doctor "Xf'you do you make  a, lifelong enemy and lose your patient, svho sends for another' doctor  Give , him something-, If it is only-  flavored    svater t    If tlie A   disease is  only   -lmaginaiy,   cure the imagma-    _            tion with a harmless dose, and^your [half year at  the rate  of" eight  'per  ri.ltw.nl.    p-nf-t.   Tirol I'^      Sn      nkn wl-inn    r.n,*t-    ��������������� .". ,  patient gets well" So, also, when  you^run across a patient who announces the first thing that 'he cannot take ccitam soits of medicine,  don't.toll him he must , ��������� Agree with  him,,, and gis-e hurt tlie medicine, if  ho ,v.uoeds    it,     in a disguised form  "p-.  1  -u . . ���������  <A  , , ,  Theie aie thousands of'pcopie  1 who  ������������������������������   ���������.   .very clevei   ehemist,     .and.rrabor      d     ^    convictton that they  sent    him   to Geimany to see .what t       k and'will    tell  ; ftheii     uvals   weie     doing , .    Many tJlafc U]e/have ^ever tnken    ]t  months passed in. a,long senes      of   ' "  i._      ,.            .               ^   -   ,- expcinnents,     and at, last, a method  hoc after a decent interval, ,onls7   ta[wdt> found ,  of ploducinff what    >aie  find  that he had been, 101 es tailed  by ?known, asV's ynthctic'," accrits rt   Now  a luckiGL man       ���������     ���������.���������      -           .?lacimany    has .   been, duven to buy  ,     .      ? xT������UiSC'   howavei;,' he  buried   fBorDL Kngian.d  cei tain, linos  of  husband No    ������    -���������-''  "--���������   -1    '   ing    allosv  again made an  offer of lus'hand and  lungs,' something,, like consumption, theait "^le , was  once moie^too late,  the  o   2,   and this time   hav-pely goods oX wluch tliey themselves ,P'0*el,JL(;tl ������������������J  ���������odvbut a,] sveek.(to elapse,, bnd 0nco. a monopoly.    -, .      ��������� l   ?"*������������������,     wi  n   an   nfTor   nf  hie   1-innrl   rnrl        ,,���������    -,-i..,._   ,s      ....A " . .,...       _������    too  SVell     ''Tl  and  their lives  hist jiot moic^vthan.  'ten yeats        ' ; .   i" *���������  . "The cause of^eplosy svo s do' not  knoss^ although we have, been ' tcck-  mg it foL many ' yeais ' Vfc have,  found the ,-geim, but sse have not  been able to" cultivate it, trioi have  sse. yet found an aiitito-cm The^natives go baiefoot, raid' some specialists think that thcsr catf'conti act tlie  dfsense in much thci some manner as  the bubonic plegue is spread, thiough  the soles of thoHcet Of this T have  gieat doubt, howevei, foi L do not  believe that the germ enters theis.vs-  tern'thiough the ikm 1 have been  pet forming opciatious , among -lepers>  and have been handling thoni for  ovei tssenty veais, and'-Jiavo* nevei.  conti acted j-he diserxsc I observe  tho usual piocautions in rcgaid to"  disinfectants and aseptics, washing  mj" hands thoroughly  V- ���������.Al'TERi EACH OPERATION " -  Hosv  does the germ get m then, you  ask"*     VSell, I will have to plead ig-  in then lives, svhile at the same time  they may bo taking large doses    of  it     Tho taste of quinine is-hard   to  disguise,    but if' administered  m"  a  pill the patient will novel- suspect its  In   giving a bogus medt-  t svisc to have it   taste  ,   tw,, ,.ti,     -Vhc patient is apt to sus-  pect if you do      ft.nd" be sure     that  but,  not cast.    dosni,'"he bided     his  Mr   Philip ,9   Armour, founder  the- giealest     of meatr-EaAm^. fac- ������������������ *��������� "      ���������. u^"^a   "���������  time, and. when capiicous fate    de- ^^���������t^?^^^*>* ^^ ^?������>���������?,    t .'  pused.   the    woman '-of hci-     third UfeniSr,    ?Joe loiter,  bfothei-^law ,J? }^**������������   %^J St^Vf'P���������*  cent   per annum'  Sidney Claude.'Bairett,  shoemaker/.   '  of'Birmingham,* was. sent .to j"ail   for  si\ months'for. a'seues of most   au-r>  tdacious     robberies   comimtted  untler-  protenceCof being-a. gas-insiiector, ,,  One of the speakers at a Eleetwoad _^  church bazaar i   urged, that     women *"  should be^allowed, to take round die-'  almsbo-\cs in church,  as he ssai surc-  they   'svould  ���������get better, collections- * v  'then men        t '), t ,  Feu  his poem "sent in. for compoti-.",. '  tion,"'   the ' Rev 'Silyrr Roberts',    If,  A"1,  icceived'   the   bardic crown     at'  the  Welsh   Eisteddfod       The  crown���������;,  ing, a quaint."-and mysticPceremonyf , ���������  was witnessed, by La vastr concourse. '  ,  At a. spot indicated by al>watci-di-sA ,"  >iner an artesian, well' was'bbreda,ts._  Sloaford,  Lilicalnshiie, 'with, tlie- Ve-7"^  to-'sult^tliatrat the  depth  of 150' 'feet.,  i    s������ i "s"������ I  ->      t*+L        P  )       f    -  I  J.   fU"   I  '%t|'  -       1>>  Z I  -fa  r* I  ' H.H*-1  ���������pi* '>". i  A'i,A  $1? .  mate, made i ,his, position sura  proposing"*"-,   immedinU'ly   aftoi  funeral        *    "   *       .'  A,  sup-  by  of the piesent Viceroy'of Didiai  suc-  the .cecded in! cornei ing the vsheat*  ply    ,At the'time,Mi    Aimour  . -  *   undei  conti act t'o dcliscr in, Clucago  .three million bushels ot'giam at    a  ���������  -1  i '   '       cert.unl    date   late    in  the  autumn  Cleanliness    and   Free Ventilation, i That wheat, was stoied in granancs  stated, lnteivals-     The'  DISINFECTION  ot  such  .vis- enmity  -medicine exists  ut the sol-  svith Ass Inch   you surround  "Silence, Hbniy," said his vs ife,.  firmly.     "Let mo knosv  Uic svoist"  "I not only wiled to Mis- Knott,"  ^continued Reggie, with a. chuckle of  .imiifiemont!, "but' I ss'ent to see hci,  and Mrs Knott profei s to come to  the thoivtie svith mo " ^  As if to 1'entf additional point to  his-1 lomtri-k the ollice door svas suddenly llnng open anel the oflice boy  announced, in a sin ill vdice, '.SIis  Knott " false svas attn'cd in��������� full  espiiing- dicss, and had come caily,  us she thought it ss-oulil bo nice to  clmo in tosvn bc'foio going to the  Oaioly <���������  The crisis was now icacliocl What  vs ou I'd have happonod ssill nevei be  knoss^iv Such svas their pent-up ani-  inosily iig.un&t her that it almosL  seemed as il llio other tsvo ladies  svould     have    torn    Mis   Knott    to  pll'l os  lluL iSfi- X'otfifield lose to the occasion supci bly. Iff didn't knosv  cscn then svhnt had happened, or  svhy csoiybody svas '���������o indiirnu.nt  svilh evcisbocly else, but ho icali/e������l  Lhc niicosslty of pionipt. nieasiucs-  fao h'o souL for tin ec cabs, put  Mis rdioLL in Lhc first, gave her Lhc  thoiitio tickets, paid I he'fare, and  sent hoi  ofl svith ti hcu ty blessing  Into the second cab he bundled his  confidential cleric.  "Take    hliu     home,  son," ho '-uul.     bnskly     "Goodness  ailoim knosvs svluits tho mattci    ssith  linn,    but  I'su      had    enough of his  niildiLII'isg  In tho thud cab ho placed his wife,  ssho hud nfiiuii fainted in tho nick  of time, and took hi������ seat bv her  side  "\Vlutt about tho oflice, sir?" haid  llui fniuo* dct'l-, as his ilmstcr drove  asvuy.  "irmig the office," Raid Mi. I'otcv-  fleld, In icily.  Antl I'hn iiscitlc'tit closed. ��������� I oiulon  '1 llrlJlU.  nornncc-to that We' havevcomo, .to  believe , that it attacks only people  svho aie subject to tuberculosis, and  ihat>)l possesses manv featuics stuk-  uiglv snmlai to that dicad and ssulo-  spread scouigo /  1 have spoken- of my lamilv We  'li\--e ught among the lepor-s.A ai.d  Unee of my children,sseie boin nt tl^c  compound of the' hospital None of  them has ever ovinced the slightest  tendency loss arc! the di^cise, nor-1 do  I believe that any ,of them ovei ssill.  The truth of the nuLlei is that the  fear of the disease' ha9' boon gieatly  e\aggeialed 'for 'ceyituries Tho idea  of a nurse foiovoi bidding faiesscll to  tlit' svorld svhen. he or she entei s a  lepei colonyi is nonsense A healthy  'person, nol inclined to tubciculosu'*,.  'svill not- conti act the discisv;, 0nd m  making this statement I svill go even  finthoi and say this *"'! am iirnily  'convinced tlist if a'pcifcctly healthy  pei son should be inoculated svilh lhc  virus ot lopiosy���������I moan tho genii  sshich' ss-c have discovered ��������� ho svould  not conti act the disease I have inoculated guinea pigs nnd rabbits  svilh the germ, and have found that  thev do not. acf|iiiie the disease nor  c-shilut any of its symptoms When  an examination sv.ts made of the  blood of these animals, it svas found  far awav in the Noithvvost' If it'  STCie not delivered by a cei lanr1 date-  ���������the icsult. svould be nun foi the man  svho'had-pio'msedi it And he had  only thitty da-VS'in sshich to fulfill  jhis contract Worse .than all1,' he  had no elovatoi  to store it in,     for  Are the Best Methods ,  'Hie, sense in, , which  tliis teim     is  popul.itly' usod' 'is     olten all' svrong,  (oi   perhaps one ought* Lo say,     only  pin try. i laht"   V\ hen people saj   thoj  'will,' disinfect"* somcthuig, they gen-  eially mean that they ssill' use some]  chemical' to dostioy a bad'smell'  oi  mas,lc it by another bad  smoll    Tho  odoi   in itsell'is all Ihe.sslnlc   quite  luunileso",  alt'hough  disagicoable',  and  esen  if      it svoio a" terrible  menace,  the ,di owning of it in another     bad  smoll   ss ould   not'' lessen1- tho   danger ,  As a matter   ' of facl, many, of, tho  ,  ,   ,   , ,_,,    .     . , _, ,    ���������   .,,    ,i,,���������,'��������� ���������r j' ���������     j ..lake' shoio Elcolrie liteht svas-     m-  sso"st pioilucls of decomposition aici> ,- ,,   , , ,,     ,        ,., _  -- ���������      % - stalled, and the lo.nidations of a gJ-  IN CASE   OF   ELECTRIC SHOCK  Accidental   electnc shocks     seldom  svas     struclc  that, is* ncrw  60t,000.'gallons of'ssatcr^  Ll&ITRR ILELD TIlEAf 'ALX,  and' the     lakes^"   vero beginning    to  ficc7e, so that vessels could not travel across them v  Mi" Armour called' for the best  .builder in Chicago,- aifdigave him.  certain oidcis" 'That mglitr five  thousand'men'were at svoik onr    the  odoiloss When people use the svoul,  thci'cfoio, in this sense, tlle'y 'should'  ssy Veodoilie"���������sshich is svlntt they  moan      * _ .  A chsinicetaiit means, in the cor-  ,iect- isc of the! tetni, "An agent capable of destroying the- infective  power of Infdclioils material " It,  is plain fiom this definition tlmt  there can thus be no disinfection"  in tho aUsence- ot infectious mafieiial..  and' ltiiuher, that thcio is no such  thing as""partial disinfeclion" ,  cither the infecting; possei- is dt'sltoy-  od or it' is not Simply to aiiesti  putrofaitlise.' dee'ompositioii is pio-  pei'ly called "antisepsis,." and it has  bconV proved that milny things use--  fill as deodorizers (snioll-deslioyci's),  aiid as antiseptics' (decomposition-'  unefSleis) aio tittorlv iiselois for the  Idcslruction of disease geims It  will be seen fiom I his what danger  may ni'iee in such diseases ns sinull-  pov, typhoid fever and cholei a fi our  a misiindcrstiindiiig-' of those svoiris  Thcio iu'o iliuny svuvs of disinfe.t-  lii/r, and nmch1 niieiesting ieso^i ci'"-isi  going on in this dnot-tioa all tho  Linio Iloat is oiso" of tho most cfii-  eaclotis disnifccting ngenls sse hase,  and'     for clothmg thcio  yielding  daily  At Xabuin an. eel" line* left" overnight in' thel'iaver was found" to'  lfase heioked a dog. otter that" weighed 3 "i pounds After- taking, thci  bait, the otter, in its struggles to-  get fi eo,-.tsvisted Uic-liiie-iound its  produce death, unless the victim     is  neck and v.as-strangled. - A-  left.unaided too long Ih'iendeiingi va coinmatce"has been formed'with  aid, ,tho fust step is to lemovo the the object of raising the necessary-  body fiom the circuit i A diy stick JfUmis <to found a'ld endosv rent-free  of wood     may, be   used to roll the(cottages    foi   deserving- men of     tlie  body asvay, oi' to hi tish aside  Tho-   victim   may  bo  seis-cd'  do a svne  may bo seis-cd' bv" the  coat-tails, or svith any" dry piece* oi  cloth After that the body| should  be   placed    on    its     back    ' A coat  Bedfoidshire    Regiment-      Preference'  svill be-gisen  to those  disabled     by;  the South African .svar  1   A  boy with a    small  iifle shot    a.  sparrosv  at Stosv Long,  near Hiint-  gantic" btiildnig- apjicarc'l in" the  nloining' five Ihous.indi fi esli hands  too1, up the task So1 Lhey' svorked  day and night, nnd' the giant storehouse i giesv like AIiMidinfs palace  Meantime v Li.nns' half, a mile Ion?,  and laden with giani, ciuno-lushing  in, and Mr Arino-u 's- .lgcnts sveie  chavloi in^ evoiy'steel vessel at any  pi ice, and' steaming tip and down, the  lake! to keep a ..channel ico-frcc Helmut them .came ss hale-back slcam-  ci laden down svilh grain Oh (he  thirteenth day 11n cc million bushels'  of golden No 1 svlical repo-cd In  Ai'inos'r'v nesv elevator, and his ad-  voisli'iy svas financially dcstioyed,  and 'the l.uigliing-slock ol  Hip city  It svas a light 'not ssithi other financial magnates, but with n1 Icitible  stoim,  thai laid tho fonndalion      of  .should bo ioiled up and placed     uu-[ingdoni   ' The bullet srent underneath  dor his shoulder      Artificial respira-j thc Ilntei _. of the .bade   door of    a ,  ttion should follow,  luting the   arms  i,ollS0>l ff]ancedi through   on  open'in-,  above the head at least sixteen times ;nor doori and shot through the heart.,  'a minute     At the same Um������v   ss'ith ;ofsa 1)0V named Mobbs,. standing"at"  a handkcichief, the tongue should beeti)c flont door .((   '  gratpod svhen the aims' aie abovfe thet   ���������  head,, and    allossed  to locedp    sshen T^-rr-a nn ipot. t i\it\,  tho chest is compi-essed     This should ll.iOL OF IHE M.vn  be done at- Je.ist sixteen times a The sicar of a churth at Stratford,  minute Unless naliii.il icspiration'Conn , desired to enlarge his church. '  begins sooner, "Ihe piocess should' be I Pirst of all it svas" necessary- to buy  continued foi an houi Cold svater a pit'ce of land sshich belonged t'o" an  dashed in Ihe. face,, ice rubbed on the'.ilhcist The vicar offered its value-  spine, and allcin.ilc applications of i in money, but the atheist refused t<y  boat and cold to the legion of ^thc'pait ssiih it for anv monetary con-  heal t, will sometimes 'staft icspiration i, ,  [.sideration He    svas   willing,     hftr  Isnid, to give it to tho church  if* the  rOI/LOWTNG  OTHER JfEN.  his congreg-atioti  vicai     and  listen  for     ten- hours  while" he  pounded  hfs viesss on  leligion  morality      This  svas agreed' to,  tho piopeitv has changed hand.*  '       J , .        '  would'  ex-'"  ������.ilff "  n-n<f  that tho svhilo eoipuscles of thc  blood had destroyed the germs of thc  disease  "Tho tieatmenf of tho disease at  piesent is simply pullialive Wo arc  Hying nil kinds of lcine-dies, but until sso can rcpioducc Lhc germ, svo  arc unable to find mi antitovin Thc  genu is almost identical iil apj-cur-  anco and chaiaetei svilh tho tuher-  (liloit.s bacillus Evoiv o-cport in India is stuviiig to discos oi ,\n aiil,;-  tovin and it is my opinion that in  a shoi t lime such a  DISCO VERY  WILL  DE MADE  "The patients al oui station come  fiom nil classes, but, of totiiso, by  lai thc liiaiontv aie of nalise e\^  ttaction Just befoie 1 came asvnv  liosscvcr, nn English ssoin.in of good  family svas admitted svith a svell developed case of Hip diw.tsi' 1 knosv  that my statement thai leprosy is  nol Contagious svill nrouso eonsiriei-a-  blc surprise, so 1 will jnsl add (in  instance in proof of my contention  "We haso nl faiibaltin a man and  his wife. Usually svo segicgatc the  Mj2_ Matter- litem"),!8 of a family so afilictcd fiom  those who aie healthy, Lut in this  case sve could not do so Tho nuui  has been a stificic; for 30 veais, and  most of (hat tunc his ssi'c has been  living svith 'urn, yip "-he is at pio-  scnt She hit's novel li id any sign  of the disease, noi is she at all  nfraid of It ' 3 don't lieliosc she ssill  S'.ii- catch it, nor do I believe any  nioie tli.it I ssill osei continct the  disease I am '10 vc.ns old nosv,  and Ktvo figme.I out tlint f inn goo 1  foi .'!0 more vcats of lifi, ,-invssay  Afost of that ssill be spout nuionf, lhc  k'iscis.     In making this e,lunate    I  bcttci   than Uoiling for half an houi  Clothes that this svould liijiue can  be subjected to div hen I oi lo sul-  phin fumigation. Chloride of lime,  formaldehyde, (nibolic- acid nic also  poss-erlul disiiilectnnts, and so also  is burning sulphui si Inch dcslioys  not only the germs of disease, but  also the insects svhich fictruenlly hai-  tjor those gei ins,  Disinfectants nio somclnvcs used in  sick-iooms, Inn thoy cannot Into the  place of cleanliness art! free v-enlila1-  lion Infectious niafeii.it lodges in  dusl on lodges and m coinois .md  llioofoio a sick-room should be so  appointed is Lo mule il passible- to  keep it clem fiom day to day  Nemlv till modci n hospitrils nio  built not onlv svith infeiior ssalls  sshich can be svnshed easily but with  em sos in place of angles or whiup  t oi nci ������> in Iho looms, so lli.if theie  sh.ill be no lodginfl-pl kus for dusl ���������  Youth s Companion  IIEAIIS TIlUOCrOTl J'J������ LEGS.  One of the sliaiiftesl nnd most uu-  OApccted of use'y to svliich one could  imagino n, leg Ijcing put is that of  an oi grin of healing Vol sueli scorns  to ho one at least of the functions  of the foi clegs of (he (ticket On the  oulei side of a tibia a sum 11 ov.il  space may he scon, in svlncli tho  stiong tuniatiiii; svhich coscis Uk  iosI of tho body is ieduced to a (Inn  nnd nicmluanotn condilion, iiiaknif,'  thus a so) I of vsiiufow, ol tii ill'nlien I  CoiiiniuiiKndiif." svilh tin,, Inside fur  leg, mo the (mis of a net \-p nnd i(  cnu hni iilv be doubled, II c i i-fot o  Unit llio v hole app.n nil' J < oii'.l ilule (  mi uiiilituiy  oHj'iin.  Many men wrongly think that been use they svork haid and try hard  they     must  ^scnttially    succeed  to  some- extent      This docs not follow "REPLY" STAMPS  Some mCn. catryon great enterprises  svith lililo apparent effort Theit The Denmark General Pos-t OflScc-  sticecssi us due to skill in selecting has suggested to the international  lhc Vandcibilt millions One night! efficient executive heads Many a [postal authonties the adoption of  in the ssintei of 1S22 j. fioico gale business man fails s-i in ply because he an international stamp This extfel-  svns lining svhen a capitalist nam- docs not know hosv lo, choose the lent idea would allow of stamp* heed Gibbons'.ii lived at 1'ci lh Ambov Uightnion A man of commanding inff forwarded for repfy, a difficurfiy  sshoic Coinclius Vandci-hilt puisiiod Jbilily does not ssorry himself over , that is often met-with under the pre-  t|]c   ' details    Ke makes  out his  program *cnt     legulalions-        The      stamped  TRADE OP ri.SHir,RMAN j .mil  lhon ^elects men  siho  can cairy  ssouid be marked  "Reply," and   cer-  il out to the lottoi If he docs not, tain precautions svould have to be  il sliosss that ho lacks the insight, cdoplcd to present fraud betsvwsn.  lhc business sagacity,  the nl i'lty, to   the countries  ���������s  nolh.nn |���������nt0      Who  will  tal(e, mo'"  "Vou'ic  ^1(,ct a"'l to'na.iage men ssho can do.  +   'diifl.s..,"    rinssve.od     ono old sail  i \hn^\   ������n,������lcnL,v        f';- ')\ U ft,^ "  ' No bout could live, in   the  Dav   In-  '���������'������������������������������  biisincsses  spend  li tic tunc in  night"     "Ntmie io.ir puce," ictin.,-  t1'*"'    "���������������-������    ���������<*  l,-"cl ������1' 'ora'���������1',,  cd Mr   Gibbons      "i.'vc got to  go "  Viiudoibilt cntoicd  Ihe lotuii al th.it  Tho mail of nionoy ontoicd tho bin of  Iho inn, and'said, "I must gt!L aeioss  Lo    Toltenvillo,      .Stutcn   Islunel,   at,  moment 'I'm yom mm," ho '>.ud  "let us stall beloio il gel . any  ssoisc" This distance svas only a  niilo, hut iL sv is lioai Iy tsso hoius  Intci tb il the pair, soakcl to the  'kin, landed on the island  A fesv days luloi VandtibllL gol n  lelloi Lelling linn Lo go lo u cc" Lain  vsfi.irf and gise thc end enclosed lo  Iho man iu chaigo Ho found Ivnur  llieio a fully equipped oy������-lci smack,  sshich ho ssas Lold svns his pioprilv  11 ssus ssiih this ciafl that he laid  the foundation of bis gnwl   foi lime  Austialuin mining lustoiy nllou's  nt least ono instance of ,i man sti ilium, foi tunc by sheer plivsidil  strength  al home,    but thc    htis;recs goo-,  on  1 like   clockssoik    simply lifcou-e tiiey  knosv   hosv to    s<jipCt    men svho can  ullicionllv   do   tho    ssoik assigned lo  3SOW THE CLERIC WAS Cn<JSfi������T  A lasvser in Municli, Wishing ro .engage a lady shoi IhniKl ssntcr wl  tyi-ihl hit upon the folloising- ni'-e  to select iho best When all thc applicants, in ansv.-or to^iis advertise-'  inoi.ls   assembled    in the advocate's)  'theni It is a gieat ait to duplicate oflice. ho pointed oui that he could  oneself in another end multiply one- not chouse fiom 'o great a number  self many limes by selecting tho'c and i-isiled all those ssho sseie ssir-  ssho nio v.uslly supenor to oui solves. Jing: to svoik foi ������7 fiC a month . to  buL svho uul nol lumpen to have had st,ied on one side Immediately a  out     oppoi ttinils    to    do    thc thing  laigc nuilibei  of thc ladies- slnrfnVd to  ihciiiselves  CtrAXCK   IN"  AliySSJ.VfA,  I oi   sm ill  (I.anii.r in. Abyssim  pcciiliiii   "coin"     is  orrplosed  Is  no  othei   thun  Imi > oi  hold,  eiys-  talli/'(l   suit,   abmit   leu  inches    long  .and   tsvo and a    hall    inches squaie,  Poui  vein's .nro 1 retloi irk'slightly   tnpei ing  tossnitls   tho     end  --     ������������������  ���������---    '    the  I one side     'J lie lawyer then ovpiained  , poi.ids that he (ould not avail hmi-  .. If cf then     'Cisiccs,  as be dc-nesl  'the seiy best ssork, and  svork    Chat  .      a   ssas so cheap eould not  be good   1I������  This  then ii'ado lt. selection of rhc. lemnul-  mg ft s  1 ss cek  ai.d engaged a g-.il at  ?.������- a  HOW V.E  GO MAI)  A Fierich  in.osltgator has) con.c  to  TROM MOUN'T jrAnCARHT,  in  Western Austialiii      Alluvial,*  it  should   bo    mentioned,    is usually a  sulfate        find The,        hoss'evci,  had been buried vc.u s ago,  piobably bv vulcanic action  AI (hut tune the lnss ssas not  cleat as to bmied alluvial No ono  knesv for leitiun how Iiukc n claim  m ie lit ibe (liken up Morm claimed  ,\'i niuch as ii it sseio ii gold qu.iiU  icef  Ileum?.' "f lhc iiclinr-is of the find,  othei ninieis alleniptcd to i ush the  (laini, undei IliopieUxt that SToon  had taken nioie tlian lus iif;lil Tsui  .Moon vs,ho sva" a svlry si<-footer,  citllid In the ud I'f.i Citini , nd the  two ��������� at fu'-t ssith fist.', and    pflci-  Moon      discovered    in   e\ti ioi (Im irv | People m o veiy juti lie ular  aoout  deposit of buried allnvi.il fo'd about  stuxlnid  of I nnifss of  thc cum-i-cy  .tnc conclusion that the brains of nn-  si\tv miles ' ll it docs not  ling like mutnl   svhen   \al and     militaiy men go out most  struck with the fiiiget-naii, or if it is quickly He states that out oi every  cracked or chipped, they vv ill not 100.000 men of thc army or naval  take it II is a token o������ affection piofe-ssions, 100 aio hopeless lunatics,  when fi icnds meet to give each olh-,0f the libeia' piofesslons. aitists arc  ci n lick of then lcspcctivc "coins," the lust lo succumb to the brain  nnd in thi-> svay Llio value of the bai stiain, ne-.t the lasvyeis. followed at  is dot i eased Smalloi change than a some distantc by doctors, cleFgy,  bar of "-alt is sometim. s nr (led, and'iiteniry men, mid civil ^eiVauts.  (hen (ho natives ha"c itcoursc to Sinking an average of llns'gioup,  railriihrc 'lime caitndges pass  foi  otic bar oi ttilt  T  A FUNCTtO.V SPOILED  Aitibtll.. ��������� "Wo couldn't have  ectute "  'i'ul  Lhc piofc-Aor foi get  thc  1 .-iibel  hi-  notes')'  Ai abdla  dicss suit  177 go mad to each 100,000  BVTl'LE WITH RATS.  A inlaw *t Tfazteton, Ta , entci-ed  o slnble and, found an fi^-my of rats  attacking a horse Wh^������ bo attempted to diive them o"I ������������r tinned ou  him Arming him^olC v-^th a club  - "Ko,   h,*    fotgo-V     Ins he put them to  fligb.t &H������r JusU   an  I hour's battle.  i 3
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yr       _      CHAPTER  IX - |
Then came (he nc\t day ��� thci
day that t was lo visit Clara, tho
girl who had saved mo from death,
whose familiar face haunted the
���chuml-cis of mv mcnioiy I woke
with thc dawn l-'oi , the fust time
in ies- life 1 lookcpains <wilh my
toilet." 1 do not moan to imply that
t had li.l-ioiio been slovenly.1 sve
vvero compelled to be neat and clean
in Mr l'ortoi 's establishment, but I
had nesei bestossod a thought upon
my peisonal appeni.uit-c This moin-
in'g. 1 bestowed mni.y, find tho ic-
.siilt was gieat diss.il isfucl ion Sty
trousois sveie nisly and lll-shnped,
my boots shapeless, iny waistcoat
���con-so and ugly, my co.il and hat
were a little smaller I cat chilly
brushed "my hau us diiToient ways,
trying which vnts thc-moie becoming. Hut vviLh ell my pains 1 cul
butk a soir.v figuic'
"Dc-ai inc, how spi uce you look
Uus' morning'" ,said M.utha, as. I
camo dossn lo nie-akfasl "And
quito'ehilod.  Loo'"
ltofoic ten o'clock 1-was m 'Iho
neigbboihood of her houso It was
too e.uly lo go thcio vol, so I hng-
-crod about feu a"" time lTosv ^ very
avsksva.d ��� it 'vsas that J had no
knowledge of hei name1 J had qiiilc
forgotten to ask it As the tune
* drew noni, J began to feel'no-vous A
. church clock sti uck cloven as I timidity knocked at the dooi
1 was ansvveiod by a stout, good-
teinpci eil-loolung 'Mcly
"'You have,a yaunJ" lady staying
heie,"  I began   in a.hesitating tone
which -i (.'counts tho fust liitci vievv of
the hoto'svilh Lucy Biandon Iho
stoiy stinmrely fas-( mated mo It
ss-as'the fust wotk of liclion I hud
ovoi had in' my hands Al tunes 1
could almost fancy a shadowy smu-
htuile in it to mv own thoughts and
Idlings i  -
And so (ho evening glided on, ok,
so lapully, until J could no longoi
see in Llio darkening twilight. and
lhon vso all sal noai Iho window,
Mis \\ilson chatting, I and Claia
silunt She gaveil into the stiocl,
svilh thai nbs-cnl look so common to
her, 1 watching ovciy motion of her
face, as il Qioiv inoio md moie indistinct in tho deepening shndosss
Lights ssi-i-e bi ought and lhon wo
svent down lo supper, and Lhon it
was time to go , n ,
"you vvillicoino and see me again,
won't you'" she said,'as she save
mo her baud at tho gale ,
1 svanleil no picssnig, .iiul.aii.mg-
ed that" I svoultl como again on the
Mondiiv She wished mc good-iugbl,
and wont in, and closed the docn,
aud Ihe elav was ended. ��� Lhc dav
whose blissful
memoiicSj' will uovoi
fade fiom my heat I
o   -    01   , f
- l,i    . St _
Olhoi days ol Vol moie 'oxquiMle
happiness succeeded iL, yet none had
lcfl upon mo so LiMur; an impios-
sion as'lhal, it ssas'm v Inst' ssith
hei ��� it came so immediately upon
thai Inno * ol anguish and dcp.nu
and llio d.uk IboughLs of self-de-
sl) u( lion '" ^
l.'oi awhile C must anticipate
events by dwelling tor a time upon
these biighl". beautiful memoiics, and
lo them'alone shall this coupler bo
consocialed < "
'lb.it   day     vsns   Iho  piccuisoi      or
many   lilvcs"    ones,  .until,  in a shoiit
tunc,   L could peisoive thai she looked   foi ward'to  my  coming  ssiih    expectancy,  and  that my piesence   bad
becomo a    Lhing  almost  of  necessity
,lo  her      She'looked foi   mc to hand
jhei   tho painting  malei nils,   to guild
I lhc  colois.   to   seloel  hei   skeins     ol
h, you aio the'voting man  lhat
Miss Cla'i.i expects-, T suppose" S .y-
'ing which,  the' old   lady  dehbeiatcly
drew a pan   of spectacles out of her
pocket, and adjusting them upon hoi
nose,   eiucfullv  soiulint7od  n e      My
1 apncai ance'    sceu.od    to satisfy hci,
for she said, in a-moio fiiondlv (one
"Walk  in    voung man,    Miss     Ol.uii
will bo ssith you diiecllv " - .  ���.,,���,���    ��� -
She  sliosveerme ...lo  a  nc.,1    little |wool, lo su nt ho.   feet, Md>w^
pailoi      Upon tho Uble v.cie scscial   bei   some  pleasant  book,   vvh ic     no
watci-coloicd  diawings,   some  linish-. iwceii'lhe lightship would sit.it tho
ed    somcA.n''n)sh,d,  also  some    Be,-  p,a���o.  and improvise slrangc-,  wen
lin wool woi lc      Bouqnels-of (lovveis'plaintive   melodies       iUus.e   was      l
oie      eveovhoie.     upon   U,e    Uib.e  111C a new  senAitioi,   unI,,1 then      had
���'         '   knosvn  H   only      in     (he cliscoiuant
bowls of latllc llothlehoin _ What a
vvoild'ot lo.'oltilion" )l opei.cd lo me'
"it tianslatod foi-mo all those vague,
bodiless 'ideas Unit language, noi
stanch'thought, can catch as thoy
dawn amr vanish upon the mind,
it told me .-tor.es of lovo', and .sui-
fciin" and death oi sweel peace of
holy ie!ig..o.i, -uul perfect happiness
such as language could novel paint
U caiiied mv soul f.u, f.u assay into a (1 e-nilaml that had nothing in
common villi ' faith Al limes -1
could have wished to (be with those;
delicious "-minds lulling brain and
inmialoiiuh/ng  "'V   lacing '
Ah    those  bonis, spent in  the   an
Li.mn  gloniiii'ie,
amidst the woik,"upon the m.-nlel
piece in two vases upon a.hlllc
-stand facing the window and upon
tho cottage piano tliat stood' in the
cotnci rJ'ho an vsas loaded with
lhon   pei fume        , '
In a fesv  moments the dooi   oih-is-
'ed    and Cl.ii a came'into  lhc     loom'
It  ssus.a bught    sunshiny  motning
but Ihe light tsv as ilinmiccl by tho lit-
tice blind  'which was diawn     down
through the bais, however,  thc suns
ravs    (Un loci      in       dn//.lu'A   slieuls,
stiiping and spoiling the wall'     and
, furmtine in  places with golden    fno
-"Ope of these sticaks plaved upon hei,
'head  as she stood  holding  oui .  lie.
hand  to  me.   hejilm";  up  her golden
Iitur  villi  a sliango  t-hsiemii",  halo
' You have come   Lhcn " she ��� aid    stole upon �����
with hei   sweet, melancholy smilo       jguosllv    and
As   u  aught   but  death  oi   impi i-'. c,ft,   wild  music
soi-menl could have kop.l mc< a ssas"
She  rauttid  svatei-toloi   pu lines
and  did JJeihn-ssool  vvoik   for      ihe   IlL,iiL  douea
Sue sat    i'ov n   UlUd      lu i,
second only'in importance to Clara
hei "-elf 1* behove that it was ,lhe
mysloiy and loinanco lhat sin i ound-
eti us both,'1 oui iinnkenoss to the lest
ol the woi Id, lhat chai med her u.
our favor Bill at tunes 1 fancied
she looked anxious and doubttul ( at
out-  uiloicouise ' '
Hut she leg.u c'e.lus both much in
the hahl oi childioii, and tiedtcd u<-
as1.such       , '
Claia, seldom left the house, i x-
cepl lo lake her paintings and svoik
to tho West End shops,' vvhoie she
disposed of them At such times J
usually .accompanied hei ll svns
when "lelurning fi oui ono ot those expeditions she had saved my life s\c
passed'close to the spot scvcial
l-mcs, but it was a sealed memoiy
bclvsccu us 1
Oui uiloicouise was fico, open
and urn. si i ained L never spoke to
her oiuTwoid of lose, unlove is undei slood by llio woi Id It was enough for mo lo bo near hei, to listen lo hei voice, to ga'/o upon her
Mv lovo was an adoialion, and while
that ecstatic state of contemplation
could exist seiciic und unshadowed,
il really wnshed "foi  no moie    active
clement c , ,,    ,
ISul did I never Hunk of lhat awful pa-1��� of hci i with whom 1 had
gone thiough the foi in of mnrnage���
a'foi m thai icntlciod .this passion
half tieasonous-' r,Ycs, at Limes it
did sweep acioss my mind like a
thuiidci-iloud, filling my soul ��i li
(head, causing my vo.y K'.ison to
iM'mblo in her scat To have held
,1. would have been to dnvo mo macl
And st. 1 swept it away, an( Yielded
niv-cli to ' Iho, ecstasy of tho P>c-
.-ent I was veiy weak Like nor,
I could not endure pain 1 Hod horn
<,t ovon into Lhc slims ot the M-incMs
I was dealing ,     ���     ''..,,
V.ith my old leticcnce, I Loin
.Maitb.i no vsoiJ ot Clara I '"ig-
ged mv���seciel with selfish tenacity,
.���s something loo piccious to be
shaied. . She vvo.ide.ed a "W-miac-
< culled for absence, and I Hunk cL
huit that I did not'conr.do in ^hei
She fioquontly lomaiked upon my,
changed appo'i. aiicor. '       >
��� -r do dod.uo," shoj.sed lo -ay,
i'dtal 1 ..ovei 'saw any ono so ollc.-
od for the best as vou aie. *l-����'
Silas' Vhv, you've^ got to look
quite handsome lately'"
These pianos soundod most giatc-
fu, tomy oais "Would not U���s
change lender mc moie ..gi eoablo to^
hoi*'" I tliought       - -
��� Jn Iho meantime I was not Kite
Mr iMontgome.y biought mc, ovw
copvinir lo do, and, in oi del that my
sins murht not niteiforo vs lh my
woik. 1  frequently sst up  all    ms'"-
suiting My' c^c,,?r,,'wT,?tiri
small and even with lhci tlle. 1
earned I conl.ised to cover them
ISl.al moio could I des.ic? r svas
nio.o than 1, ,ppy,'��oi'I .was living in
an  ideal  vvoild4
(To Be Conlinucd).    i ��
a a
I .s'lu'i (,   foi   one   shin t
  lii'cosir bin -.'.���'if    he1 ii
lie  was  v,.,y joium.  aiid'bi.L jusL ' j'ov  iwului-    1I101.4I.
giaduated fiom college     Lo 1).id 'his    '"
diploma,   health,      cinffgv,   ambition,
and what 0IL011 pioses one  of Cod's
gieatcsl     blessings -101     man ��� an
empty puisc     fie svas obliged Io geL
svoik   immediately,   but  he  did      not
want   lo  teach  school,  til though   one
'  him
(lis 1111,   up   his   .-tliialKii   meant      a
���11,11, deal
Yshal  tuiiltl   hi    (io'
j    Willi siiiidrn  H'solvo   ie 1 elei mined
to,go lion'.' and  spcoti   tl.e Sabbath
|iloim-i'   iMolhi'i    '   Clod-givdi   leiu'-c
jot, un.11   no'11      the   ti.i'lli-      to   the
!4iv'e,'    \Mi��ii     1 iiicl'   Iti.ils    come,
y.sl.ei'   I In   bittci   *-tiolo v minds, vv lion
Ihu   ilionj;   leitiplaliou  assails,   it    11
'man      sldl   has'  ^hoini'' a';ul   niollici,
iioiu, ,he      i-aii
stile     Ho      (he
,   lhal,   if  onlv
hi in
��� he
111 lhc countiy sias olicr(d
, Ho could not <-oe why he should be
foiled to eat llio luorid 01 bit toilless "lie did nol undei sl.iiid why
i-o inusl bioasl the ssheliuuig waves
whilst olheis skimmed'light is' ovei
smooth seas Uo could nol'knosv, 111
those^e.uly  dajs,   lhal  ofl en,     when
he  c 011] cl   iosl     one  ni-;hl 'ssith
sli.idoss   oi   home  os't"   li'iti/and
i.ko  of
111   lend.;
cou'd  r,ee
his  niol hei   aii.wcnng
inc"-s   ,md   s.smpiLliv    if
again  ihe
01 h���i   c/C,   he     would "le-l^     slicing
again     I lis-iiiolner   hud   nc'-ei   failed
linn     Pi\w  svould   not   fail   linn  then
lie  had   no   cmvoy.iiice ' Theie vvusi
had   no   cjnvoy.nic (���
no      ia"Uro.id.   but       be   had   sti on
,w\<\ an 110:1
'' Iioiild lake him honic
,\\\ easy bi.gKV, with
team,      doi^     not seem
miles 011  foot,    svilh .1
w ill 'Phesj
Ten miles in
1 spaiikniS
1,11, bill ten
.'on iv biani,
.1 long join-
Cod  wants  lo'biing on,   the best ni \ -J ^ '>< ^mlly'lm,c, ing.
a man,     he  sends     I'"""1"      f��"1"       W|UM1  f,���  ��b.,gKed   his   bovi.h     reel
ssildeinrss awhile   tiio tcould  m.t'I'll-| , )k     ,   h -ind  .,iep���uli
doistand   that a countiy  M.I100I      i". I Iq      tho)|.u.i.    ' his   l.ue   looked
good     tiam.iig  giound    bill   he  0011- | fl)1        , hrig��.,,d,  and .111 .inxiou-i
queiod  himsol.      foi   duty's  sake    11- ���    ^   ' ,7r.ld '  .11   h,S   mould's
though  the   fight  was ag.unsl hiibil, j,^^ js , h(j v 0|( om���(i  ,,,.,. faou     .She
I k now   .ha was in     trouble     A do-/cu
1 fen is     passed,    thiough   hei    < muitl
Could -ho  have given     up   his     vvoik
LasLo, and'dciic, 101 he must 1 <������
plenish his depleted puisc llv.sin h
needs is the fato of a life often .tie-,
ciJcd " ' 1
You  would  nol   have called him     1
heio     Oh,   no   '  Theie was  no  dash
of cymbals no bugle-- blast, no beat 1
of  dium,     to     announce his , < but tie |p���p,|
bolvvcon his  ovvii ainbit'on  and ^tein I     |!u(
nc.-essity    Uul ho fought  a fight and
gained    a mastery,  over     'oil,  and
�� id       *'f will      do  vvhaf-j'icvei      my
hnnds find  to  do,  end with all     my
foi want of unL ' Was ho iceordiiig
lus fns( failiuc A Ci.'oh, had hoi
hot,' boyish blood i.iused hini lo
sli ike down tome human bomgr'sonic
��� ���   it   be   '
"   IS hut  (oulijl ,
=lie askcil 'no  questions
coinfoi L   .him ��'.i *L    She
.'   ' kitchener'anecdotes. -
His Kind Action to  a Young Offl-
cei   in Pietoiia
sceirt d to
gei��-'      Noaai
Loid iCitchenei's tenderness lo   thc
.sounded  is not genoially known  ,11c
does not cotut the apotheosis of the
pictuie papoi   ' One instance will suffice'to show     hosv  he does Chuslian
things winch" aie hcaid of only     by
.those alloctod       A >oung  oaicei      in
1'i-etoiia Avsas    getting  convalescent
lhS    UI_   when   Loid      Kitchenei.     who  Knew
,,  ���       inolimi"- of him,  camo ,lo lus bodsioo
until  ou,   foi 11s grow    ��� n-     as.c ^ ���A]1
ntdisttncl   anil     that j a       1 o     1.0     .     b t ^ Lor(|
.... noal.i.fl  in  the    .��.      01.   �� io the       ung
bL. Plaved bv- p,aulo..i ^S^e.^.mMlf     Lo   have said,   '.'my
���i:Hl V, , \m- in Icai.ia.'e shall call for you in
,.,1 would 1 cicop /0-|^'1'"-,,.. iind jLoicl Kitchenei
I could nol ^^^]Xo\l ^ I^alked, while his
nage was given up to men who
no "othei claim on htm than that 01
having suuered hurt 111 the dischaige
ot  then  dutv-
Loid Kitchenei  has been a soi t 01
emergency man in Afnca     He chnch-
cd   lus     chance    at the  time 01  the
outbieak    oi   tho  Egyptian  *-��>'-
bv a. ii,,:o which is second best
]u'i,e ^^.^^"^'^.^''to^elwVrWind eve      He-was     onj���"   "7������;,"- went oally-shc    did
iined that 101   a tuni,   ���-���-. __   __   _t n ,n   Alpxnndna      InJ
nlv-once In   Alexandiia
as s'io
pleased Tho voting te.ithei
talked to hci knidly Ho tiled, _ lo
appeal to bet pride, (o hci principle,
her better nature, but she continued' 111 open rebellion
mi ins He decided to expel het, and called
���     ""     A   , .   \, ,h���-    'mide   up  the three giav      headed   fai met s,
UM-e    and   all      mv   aerial   citations, bin,  his^^f^^   "^l^o   composed   the   board   of      1,,-s-
noiild  vanish   ...to  duimoss.  and   mv    him  invoiu de-   tees
���his be vv.-.lteu    -egem  m     un-  oral      Ii  1 J- ��a�� ��� , spf.cl       |n<-        'Vou   ean't   expel   hci-that s   just
kectod  and  --o  caeenv   ^a.p        bcc���,vhaL she'd     like     Tin ash hoi."  sud
cmiuni.mon.SopporU.mtj  he^1 uot ^^.[^     oU]     UMtec     ..tthy.  half     t',o
^TKh.lS I "tSe"^    .jn   .:he|^ooi;u_d  1,^,0^0^-    'that
Ihought-s be vv 1-1 (ten    -.-
known chat acteis
11 was a stiange
0111s In it. we lived only in the
i)ic"-cnL moment 'sAc l.cvci sooko 01
a past 01 01 a liiture. foi we wished
to be happv. and to both, the past
was hideous the futuie ominous It
may lie si.pposvl ttom what L haw
wiitten    lhat   Cl.ua   was of a melan-
nv e v -" lh laid being another M. h,p hei '1 hat sSv hat she is used
WaV,?U,e Khalifa's coffin: in South.to ITer own folks can't do nolhin"
\"- >" he -chievcd a similar end .ttlth hei, without svluppin' her, ex-
���s 1th the -In! of thc blocl-house    Mili-l claimed  another  member ot  thc
.  ' nueritions weie sunplibcd in the  lightened bou^cl
talked voiv  little,  she was loo I tIloly  Lonipei anient      Rut  tins     was-  t a 1 v 01     . thc othcr by mcc-ham-'    flattie Warren was  louiteen
will, her svoik. and silence was   llot Ull. us(,,     Al  hci  svoik, she was   one case .1       . ^    s      ���    <<f  Ciimlot  whip  A  g,r| "  said
b, ti-ht and    ehee. ful       ft  was     on y  ca   ^"^"t 1. ontie.   is  ]ikel>  to   VOUTIg  tnachiT.      'lowly.       and
,,   t���,,.,s  that      iho  (Ireamv   sadness  en.   ����� "or^ ^  scientific still      svhen   "       tb (icLcrimnat.on
c.uno osii liei       rtci  nature svas that   bo   i.ia'ic   >��' ^ warden i    "Wc 1,      vou      won't do  much      at
ot   a   child,   tcndei     tiustuur.      g.ule-, I o, d  Is.lcnci.tr         itcnt|,in'   heie,       if   vou      can't   wh.f
less, and knossuij; no vvroiu;   so moi- ��� -1^ .,,ils as well as lmvs     We can't have
bully   sensitive  o-   pain,   whether     oil I00Ki:u LIKH  WTN'-NTN'O ^one of  thls foolin'  expel I m'   bisness
lealuv   oi   idci.  1h.1L '-In   would    nor. 1 - 1 .    .. ._, .
stums   she lold-mc      Sue sat    i'ov 11   ���tU,i      lu 1,     101   l> ��""""" AAA ! stoi v
a once md began be. vvo.k and - 1 Ul.uliei ,,Lo -hoalcl be bidden uoisto.v
v-ii-ed upon 'hei, and washed she. | im, lU1,i theu'l would kneel at hei
blushes g-ound hei eolois ,,diusted 1 ltiuL and ga/o up at bet with -L.eam-
tho blind? as she icqu.icd moie 01 llll% eves, vm apt in .1 dehuoiis clv-
IcK lifx'u. aed boLween thee little lt.,sy too etheical to be called hap-
oflices^i watched     hot     busv  (niseis l|)lno,,s
Sut 0fU.--.c-1 mv eves vvimo upon l.oi ,' A. such t.mi's she t.-emed u-icou-
ftcu criaving its cveiv IineamenL up-,��L10,lS ()i my piesence willi tnac
on my memory so that when the ic-|sUang(, fixed, nisvaid ioo.s 1.1 her
ably   was  ab<-ent 1   might    ga/o     m-joscs  tl a'   I
vsafd upon the image      Xevoi  havi. lia���,kl  have 1111.,^...^,  ^.-.s. ���--.,.   ,     ^c   	
looked upon aiiothei   face so sp..iiu- I ,.CI  soul had waiide.el itoin l*"'^:^       d      Ulat hc mlght not have to
ally  beautiful      It  was  ono 01   those   lnU,  Son e  s.oiltl  01   l.-elolv       vsno - ^m ttar was mumncnt,
* heads that    the old U. lian | anile. ���,, mlls,c she was  tiansUting  ioi       me     "       ^^    urac    bv cWdmg a tele-
loved   to  give  to  then   angels      and   (,'sl lime to c.irthlv   wis ,        'hic rCquest that his leave should
madonnas,      so  pe.rectly scene,     so         lua      Ul0     glaiing cane c-   1.011W   ~ta^tpnd^u     TlMS    ��or had     begun
utterly     fiee  fiom  human   passions    com0 iUlll ulil us back to the    11     .     c t }     refilling
The fan, wavy hau, unti.un.i.elecl  ov-|,oals0  wo,i,l    clll,l   the  music    would , be.o.e             g
art    the oval  face,  noi thci   full     uci
itlun    bi.L iwifectlv smooth    the    lov
foiehcaii,  the blue eyas,   the stung it
Ciecinn nose,  the <=mall  mouth     the
swelling,  giacefullv   aichcd  neck;   the
skm so delicately white   tinted upon
thc cheeks      with the faintest   cai nation      Hei   nguic was about   the middle  heidit    e.��iuisitcl.v   g.acelul.    sit
rainfullv fragile      She  wore a 1) ricU
dros5.   made high lo tho neck, villi a
small   plain  white collai
more conger.ial with her mood
At three o'clock Mis Wilson call-
<s' us le ilinnei. which we took in a
breakfast par'.oi below lhc- old
'la'lv was veis chattv and vciy cun-
ous. ami asked me a e;ieal liuiubei
of indued cpiestiors. those I did not
care lo ansssci. t contrived pi otls
��ikiifull.v to evade
"you  ni'i'-t    eccuse mv   ciuestioiis,
"ii,"  she said,   'bat  although     Mi--s
Cliiu'i  is no  lelalion   of  mini       .nid, ���
indeed,  I  knosv   nothing about     hei,
still   I feci   (is  much  mW-ieslel 111  h-'i '
ns  though      -he  weie mv ovji  child
hhe is so iiinocoiit. and knows ��� ���> little  about  the  -.solid,   thai  >l  is  quite
jipcc-saiv- that she slinuld  have ��� onio
���one   to  look   after  hei        Xoss.     vou
mi. the lirst     sisitoi   that she     lias
cvl'i   hull,  anii she has lis id with  inc
these    two      veins       But.   sshen   sh'-
ciuno homo      last night   she told  me1
Hint   she     had    met   a  soling  fi lentl
who      Tvas      coming      to      see     he.,
that   he b--d  como      to     London     in
seaich  of employment    and J.ad     to
fiien.lsoi  acqiiainliincc s, .11 c1  sins m>
.Iteadfully     miserable      that   it   mnf'o
hei   quite" .jniinppy  to  see bun     SSel!
you in.iv be sun   that   svhen she incn-
"iioiue! a  t;er' le in.in  svns  ((lining     'o
see hci    I   svas qinU' tal-en  Imcl.      \,
fust    I  set  mv   face  ng.'.ast   il        but
'he- soon co-,i\i'(\ mc ovei    and  I io'ii-
piomiM'd   ".he   niatlet   l^v   saving   Ihil'
voi. siiotiUl  coine  t'u- oiice,  but  that
ii  I did not  approve of vou,  a    wait
to  be  thc  f.r=l  nnd  Inst  visit      fUll
t must    si.y     you secin .1 veiy nice
quiet, modest soil of voung    gentleman      And what kind of cmplriymmt
nugnt sou  bo seeking*'"
I told lur T had been i.shei .it a-
school, bi t thai nt present I was
doing copj nig T did not sav yoi
what Kind
Tho old    bids   icin.irked  Hint     an
usher's sva-j a 1'iv genteel  'oil      of
��� employment        Mto!>i>tliei,   she  ���fe,i>-
e-d veiy well satisfied ssilli me
fn Vric evening Mis Wilson
orougnt her sewing up into Ihe pallor, ami mnposed Ui.it 1 should lead
to them 't .'ie book she biou,',ht loi-
nnrd svns- 1JiiIss<m's "Pnul t/lilfnid,"
ind   I   hf-a"!*  sco'ji.i'r  al   t^.o cl.tiplcr
hcai t '^.
.llo'vv haid it"-was,i.to leave hon-e
'(jMot'iei's "face looked, so (eudoily
kind when wc aio going, .md ^hc 1-.
so brave ' The old homo joeins conscious of lhc coming change * Tho
le.iir.s1* leach out then -comfortable
ssallsi,, ns'if-thoy svisiied still to enfold us, tho .windows blink ant] smilo
bughtly at uis ,Tho hcarih-fiio
seems-to'flash out u petition '101 ais
to sit" longei by its comfortable
blaic' Hosv sve dicad thc fust night
away fiom homen with only stiange
faces and unknownnhumanity louiul
us i 1'
, Bui he svas a manly boy, and fated
lhc cufp'tiness of his puise, Iho need
61" new clothing, tho eheaiy blank at
tho beginning or 111-1 young maniiood,
and the vvoik ho had accepted, ' but
foi which ho had no lbvo,-,wilh I he
same gut and noi so.,that made him
latch the haul balls, .with bioken
fingeis uAthe baseball game, 1 athoi
than give up Iho field ,
When the time camo foi tlict-r'oiiu-
try school lo open," ho was at^-lus
post It was 111 the davs when Iho
ainouiil of whipping, done In Iho
school)00m vvas tho'test of tho ca-
pacily or tho teacher���tho davs when
Iho trustees "'si/ed ,up" an applicant
foi tho honor of "running Ihe job oi
lluec months' school"'moie by the
brawn of his aim Hum the biains
in his head rlhe boys thought onlv
oAtesling his physical powers " and
thoy1 came Monday 11101 ning to the
old" schoolhouse icady for the fuiv
Bui llio ^boy J~ teacher had hunted,
fished,' tiampcd miles and miles
thiouglA llio woods, and by lhc
riscisi, and plaved baseball and football, and his aim was slioncA h's
ncivc steady and true Before the
fiisl month had lolled away, they
had felt thc powei of Ins hand, the
povsoi of his wvill, and, better s^lill,
were compelled to acknowledge ho
vvas kindlv and coiiittous v.'hon thoy
attempted good behavior With Uio
oxceptioii of one gul, Mallio W'ai-
ion, the schoolroom was in a stale
01 s-ibiection to'tho new  mastoi
Uut "Slat lie svas  111001 ugiblo       Shu
openly deticd    him    She  bioko     Hie
mlcs'diilv-    She  tinevv   parci   wads
she  vvhispeied,  she vsiote  notes    she
A Typical Day's Munt'on a Large
Estate���The Finest Sport.
. .. _
���     ���     .     *^s
was Jus ossn
must coinfoi L .him 1..1 - .
1,1111 a locking than ntai lhc
old-lashioiicd Incplace She
h h ha I Can! singly d.d '���'ao smooth
lack his 1 fTlossy hau She even
snuiini-K' told him sonic town news
Jn a few moments'the blessedness of
homo had c-osoiud linn, is with a
sbelteiing wing, cue] ^io
elf agiun ���>-"'<��� 1   fi       T
..Slothei " he,- said1 ' ihey tiieel
to/male me  svlup .1 nu'"  ,
'Well, "vou .wouldn't do that, J
know " ,
'Xo. niothoi 1 wouldn't , but the
liustbes*say I must whip hci or
give up '. mv position, and 1 told
them if Lhey continued to insist ? on
it, I svould resign " ^ "  '     '    ,-���-
���"J hat's nglit,' my 1'os/ Vou weie
nevei icttied . lo si like a woman,
oven 111 ituniatuie Jf lhey insist,
give up  the school '-'
'���} vvill-bnl.- it mean", giving "l>
clothes',  os 01 coat.      and "money,,   ioi-
oseivtliing "      -   .' . ,' ,'   1   ���
How much niiscis lies bottled in
foi At boy uist tiiteimi- iniinhood, 111
these < piivatio.is. few, can ieah��
will-out  actual  uxperienio   }   ,
The -ii own man ma.v face -mo
wdild "ursoedy ''dolhe,, but tiio
jo uia -one musL.be fauly svell
aioonied'   to  lie coinfoi table       '   ,,
* NTovoi mind about the oveicoal
and no..- clothes." said Iho mothet,
and the half fonneel leius 111 ,her
bravo'' eses made then, luauliiully
loi'd.r M'oihaps Cod sv'ill -end a
mild \ivmtei ^ta"'' f",' U,�� "4llt
and'ti 11st 111  1'iosideiise"
That svns enough 'he was hci^own
stion"   gallant boy again   "t r
"Let's have stippei A'mothci, _ ho
said,  "I'm as  hungi y as a svolf ,
Heneshecl bv a hot suppei, he svent
to consult one of his old college
piofc-sois God.^loss. Uiose noblo
le,chcl's whose- lieait f Si lows, and
vhoso ,mtcieslrin a I o.v coi.lmuos
long .,ft"i he has iei't A110 '-��llcK��,
walls ,       ,   ,i.,
When the bov I cache, euleied he
"Old Lou Schoolhouse' 011 Motidav
inoi.u.n". his icsolv. was "ondad,
stKiigth-ned bv Ihu appioval of his
motile,   and  the pinles-ui
in the aftoinocm the ln.stces sveio
to meet time and I hiAschoolmastei
vvas  to  announce lus  decision
I hope the pupils will mako this
c'av a pleasant one as it may" bo
o"u last imrcchei, ' the leather said
slosslv,  as  thc eveieise.s,revm
-At  noon  a tlaimliler  of  """
It is .1^1,1 ighl JJeceinbcr moining
about'Si o'clock when sveare loused f 10111 oiii-yslunibois Theie is a
hghl fiost, just enough Lo whiten tho
gias'., and which will ui'ii few minutes begin to yield to tho sun Bicakrasl. will' ho ut ��.) SO, and wo shall
bo.'.in shooting, 'doubtless, by 10 130
o'clock WhoiiJ-all is icady for tho
slait, we assemble ��� a paity of si-c,
1 ho ideal ' nuniboi ��� 111 tho front
hall At the dooi'an open brake is
diiiwn 1111,'audi*mto this we bundle,
0111 host's son bunging up tho icnr
.m.l niushaling us to our places with
much the tin- of a genoial moving bis
biigado into action. A s-hoi I dnvo
llnough the pink, between lines of
magnificent old oaks "overshadowing
Iho piimeiv-al tiiifAiincl wc como suddenly upon a lai go group of men
and boys ' 'I hc'��-o compi i^citho small
army of keepci s gun carnbis, bcateis,
stops, and idioving boys, svlio will
bo emploscd dining the day The
tsvo first named of these nre permanently employed, llio keepers in ieai-
\n% iind cai ing for Iho game, while
tho ''gun 'can 101 s nio usually Lhc
giooms of Lhc establishment' or^clso
valets belonging to tho diucient visiting sportsmen -The' other thico
clashes come from anywheic, though
lhey i7ress.g?nonslly^ men,.and boys
fioin the neighboiing villages An
oxpeiienccd boatei in a good �������l-
ni" country tun make an excellent
livelihood, t Ihu ing the -winter
months, when .faun-work is slacu,
hc can KOl a'job beating .several
days 111 the week" The hours -aio
not long and the vvoik. is noi'hard,
while the pay of from two Lo ���Lhicc
shillings'a day. a,Rood squaie men
and .Aiabbit tin own 111 is nol at all
to bo despised.''
Soudan" ha eonquered with  thc    lail-j'ud     > ufn   eversth.ng,       voting   man
w ith
speak 'oi   a moment upon
ject  thai   could  sugpsl  it
��� \���    ;i|. lo   aot  11 r   us
���i it it makes 11 e so mi'-uah'
I ,|0 so love to fit I bapp.v"
would  11 v
'Ilus  f km w i otliiin c't  l"'r   '3  ca
Iif,.    1101   did   I   ssi"-h   to  mioss'       I il��'
hei   I  did not svi'h  the  hnppui'ss
Ihe piesent       to   bo     iiiui'd  bv   one
n ulll'lll   uilaj.'.' ,
She  had   lived   will'   Sits       SVil-tm
'above 1 wo ve.ns vet even -he knew
ncul.mif 01 h. - hie fm 1 smglo d.iv
lefoti   s|���   tame   lo  Ivi       '  I   hive  al-
'vvavs hid good 11 feu nc is Ik foi e 1^
Mould take -inv on- into mv bolls', '
. ,���| 11 ,. nltl 1 ulv '. .|if'-ially si/'.iiK
l.'.flit , vviihoii' mends hut she s.ntl
s|,< (,,'ild ..'isc ui' urm', >ml -h" looked s0 1111 '��i'ii ..u'l <?nnrl L''-1' '
,,���,,. ,, 1 1 < V to hei upon Ihe ' po',
md t h.iv. nesei h id (iiuse to lend ,t fc 1 .- ilei-n. puiei 1 1e.1t me
n,.v,., ,.|'<fiid ., hems., and I I'd 101
|���. tpiilc is it ''he ��..��� mv own
rhilil But I m<i' I sav I do feel cm-
������,s     bout      he, md    often   Hunk
'what   .1   mvsleiv  she  1-       Win 11     she
,f���st  came   I   u" d   to  asl.  nei    1   .T.-itt
A curious svager svas leeently made .here
was the comforting icplv
resolved  to make
,     ,      "v,�� mtr.ed     aloud  to     any.tcr     ntitore    Hardly     a  boy   in   Iho
���������h       ��""""'*,��", clKled .,. a's-hool would have openly  debet!   the
1,Mfi    'h/���'rde^ tho one      that'dark-eyed   master   at   Ih.,t  time,   but
7*":    let  cm       nol t��..y h.n, m his I this gul      delisted    lo plav      with
-   u   d a   la  de    to   the   top   of  the If,,,-     "Heretofore,  when   a girl     made
>>f' 1    .^mvvduch thev were employ-   herself di,aKnc-ible     to  the     voung
building on vviucn uuv jm.ster, he had only kept out  of her
w!lhp   ,,,��i,c|,ever   placed   hm*fli     in'-osletv. and  left he,   soverelv -.lone
U-e  ho n1  his  cPom.ade.   afte-i       a  but this was ore be eould noi  s.mp v
f'L    deal  oicaie and exe.tion    sue-, ,gnore-one   whose   p. pence,   fo.    the
('    '1,\ A,    1 ikmc hun  up  -""l  hnnK-> fine,  must be endured
<,,l*"r       ,!��������  sifclv '    Khe  was   young,   and   oven   f he-   0I1I-
LNZZ^t���  ot   the  dan-; est  nnd  vv.cest man  has  nol  always
g,     lc  had csc.,p.'(l.  the labore.   ��ho I known how to manage a woman    r..
had   bi en
���To   I e
���l.out   Hie
f  was 111 hopes
WHY     IT  WAS  A   "N-ronSKITY
A   iiumstei     m  u   rural   parish     in
Scotland      obscived  one of  his  flock
shooting      a Imn      on  tho Sabbath
Wh n (.iteihi-ing d iy came lound, he
'"SL ''""" ,0   h,     iiv     leiiMtif   to   otiestionccl him as follows
ZV'"hfo A ^-ow heJ;   ;���tS|,,U��..ohn.  do youtknoW what a svork
such  an  'igony of I error  that   1   had   of  necessity is *>
not the heart at last lo renew thc
subiecl P*lo must have met some,
nucl tie'ilmrnt m her girlhood. to
'i,e so pained at nnv icfercnee to il
i often think Lhat al some lime she
must hive bad sonic drencllul shock
lh.,1 almost deprisrd hei of 1 en son.
She is so "li mc.e fit I mi's and so
nnlilv  .mv  otlu-i   ��� o-nir.   btclv  t    ever
mol "
vr 1'
01     a��    I  luive  Kinni-ked
cuiio'is,   but  *-'ie  ssus    a
llt'lllll,    ����� .      ^v,.,�� ���
food iie.iliuu. fond oi ifovds poetiy
and 111r.11, and si ith 11 (stion<; vein
of lem.i'icc iiiniuii" thu.tigli hei dis-
po'-.'imi ���'-'Iif "���'���'' "-'��� tns *l'vv l"illtl
l���  mc,  and   I   s-as  I"  ii'ji   a  mvMciv
f do
hate on
sily V"
'Tl  is
"I low
i lined' paid   the   money. 1 this        inexperienced.      yet       e.irrif-t
imv   was piesentfd n problem no Ies
sine    T  have  losl but   difficult       to   solve       baause       boll,
li-ird   stoiev  you   made   a   parfes  svere  voimsf     If   he  had   only
- le-ii  a soul  111 ide  for hire,  he mic/hl
hnse vielded, nut bom in him nnd
irirre,.��'d bv tr.tlnmt;. v ere the I list met s of  a  gentleman
The le-uher made one moie rum"!
appeal to Mat tie Wrrreii ffe told
her she sirrmlv eould nol defv hnn
and l-n Miles 11 nel I'unin in si I,nol
As hie pupil, she must obey him
She was imrnosttble, nnd her nci
laughed back defiance into bis u-
.solule  fare
What  could   ho do 1
ft ves fridnv ffe went nnfitln to
(he tiuslies and instsled upon d'<-
mi"Minir the girl  fiom  (lie school
"Whip her ��� she miisl lie eoii(|Uer-
ed,'   ��� iid  thev
"I cannot sti ike n ��nl I svill nive
up mv position fust" anssvciecl the
boy'teacher, '.villi ticir.ft color end
(lashing eve anil tho unit lor was
In id ovei fill Monday All night
Ihe pei pleved voung educator tossed
on n sleepless led : and when morning came. Ihe question���"What
could what must he do V"-- svas��li!1
1 it king h'��'  weaiy miiirl.
.one ot Llio
tiustecs said AMatlie "Wen. "['<���
be a-shamed of mvsuh il 1 vseio vou
���What hive 1 done to. displease
no.',   nii^s^   ���>"   was  the c"efiatrt     ie-
''^���Uui       teacher \ .8 ge iiie     to  quil
school because vou  have behaved so
The liustees'want  lum to whip joii.
..ml he won't  do  it l'Oflns  '"5     K��l"S
to losign  tins eveninn " ', ,     ,
Slatc.e Wan en tin ned siiddenlv
awav   and  look  ha   s-nl
As thoMastHesLOiis wue being ended tho three liustees, slciu advocates ol the whippnis p.o< ess, came
���i     to   wait       t'o  -   leis.i.e      of   tho
ltThoC'clo'-iiig exeieise  w..s  at  length
' Suddenlv. .'.s 11 nursed by ��tionB
resolution JhHtie Wane.i stood ,up
at hc. se.t Hn P"o-d littl-i I.gme
fued the aiicust ttu��Ue�� and -Llio
whole school and her dear nuiv
eves scintillated  wills l.i ightntiss
lew theie svill cvei  fficct Ihe look j
ol  he 1   f.uf  as  she  sad    - ' I etcher
may "I speak ">"
Theie  was  a hush  as 01  tieath
the schoolhouse   ^
"Toache. '" The gu-hsl.-vo.co was
as rlea. as a 1 ell "I have been I he
wo, st gul h, school i',ry"u!l o-
.,,ve n.o, TH ���� tho be-L The eh.lcl-
r,h figmo (bopped into hei seal
convul-rd  with sobs
Theie was lin 1 (llv  a  di v eje in
���'By   Choice    piofcss,,, ,   vou
lieht.   and   I'll   stand  b��    vou
through '"      i.iid      one    noble
trustee .
'Iho leae'iei didn't lusign He had
won  lus baltle-lCalie  \   O.i-ain.  in
Wo' aie  now  icady to     begin
shoot; and    heie lot 1110 stop  ior     a
moment  to .describe  tho  theory,    on
which a day's  pheasant shooting    ^
based      The } main  points   Soi      tnc
head keeper Lo attend Ao aio lo���Ris'c
each hunter   'as. .many  and as dini-
cull 1 shots   as;, possible      lo.cH*
this it     is impoi.lant to chiyo     Lie
buds over  -the guns^ip'ni the     an
and  llymg  - as ,  lapully  as possible
ThcvPheasant    is a bud  of  pecul a.
habits       T-c picfois  uirjung   to. living,- and  picfois  llying,-low <to  soni-
g into Iho a.A, But "at the same
tune,-being -u'good si.ed biri, h��
does not .like, flying among thick
ti ces\     ,   - /   .. A
The ideal wood 01 cover for buds
is one situated, oiif both sidesof a
milloy willnlluch '"tirteibnisl^on IJ10
lop of end. lull Tho homo ( feeding faces'"   o[Hhc,biiels  should     be
be dMv-on gontly. so Lhat' they shall
lOliiseaiK. fly asvay 1? Lho. op o
one of Iho hills, when lhey will 1 isc
(out 01 Iho thick covoi and fly acioss
U o 1 v at a good height to loach
lhc,, feeding Point on thc opposite
side'of the valley Uovs with col
Jre(l nags should bo slalioneil on
eillier side 01 the covei to, pi event
Ue inds bieakmg out, winch some
vs.II   tiv to  do    though  the inaloiiLV
UebVPst.a.Bhto��      Aftc.  one),
h's     boon      shot      the  sumo  tactics
LU.'d\o lepoalcd on the olber   and
the e-atuc can be kept up foi ns long
IAs cesiicd ��ut few woods, hovv-
cse a e ii -inged as suilablv as the
onc'n.avc dose,bod, , and conso-
o entlv spoilsmen must do the bost^
thov can in each individual    case ^
ori&NTNo'op Tins TXUNT
fa tho meantime, wc have been 01-
dorSd    o  out   places >    The  fust piece
of cover- is * lo"B. nA,row woot '
j.nncipallv co.npi .sod ol jounK ash
tiecs At one cxtiomitv neai ly a
miTo away it joins on to the mam
wood from which, it is sep.ualed
only bv a wide palh, but olhe.wisc
?t! w suM-ourcled by Holds and lies
,b���rly lint Two of the B-W and
Ihci/attenclants have gone mi Lo
.i.,.,.i it the; limol.on ot Iho two
��,K one on o.Lhor side of U10
;cco\ve .u abemt to Deal, two have
com Lo stand-.it" e.lhc. .end o a
^.�� ss load about half way down" tho
copse, while ��... host and mysdl aio
to vtislk parallel with llu Iwatois
a?on- "he paths ms.de the cosor 1 01
n nmment all is quiet, then Lhc head
l��pe"TlowHh.s��h.sllesh.illy.  an-i
c hue slarls      '1 he beiiLo.s ine   .1
diesseel ... white smock fiocks     vv 1
,nrl���. nunibeis  pamled  m  fioni    . n"
bebnul.     Tho      vvh.to  is   lo   indicate
jL,������      p.esenco    to ��h<: ����n����� ^
the niimbc.   is to designate theii^ po
' f
vwWvX^K '"-WWvWv-Ht
one's.host chances froni=)ack  of prc-
pittation      But now the shaip cradc
of  the guns is sounding oseiy     mo- "
incut    , , '   >
J  am 'the end gun on the left, and
as  L walk quietly    to 'my placo    up
p,b  a couple of  svi Id duck,, both , of
svhich rl    .1111 lucky     enough  to bag.
And'nosv svo have nothing  to d-> but
stand and wait     Behind mc si 1 etches'
'a m.igiuhcenl      wood   -of  tnuch  and
'.oak, 111 fioiil is llio None, heio about
IvvenLy^  yards  wide,  and beyond its
sedgy bank uses the lingo wood   sve
have just, loft    All is pcifectly quiet,
except for an occasional  quack fiom
some   disturted   cluck, and   Lhc   1 (lis-
lanl  rush'of (Walci, goinc'.,vci-i    llio '
svcir. ,   As yel wcuuinol hoar J anything of  the boaters,  and so 'l   light
a cig.ucllc     and  Avail    "Suddenly,
bang goes a gun  lo my light, and I
'co     thc/ falling  body of 11 jijivisant
the     fotbrunniTr    of    many "�� Mow I
���must  gel icady/   -I'm User down   the
hue I .see soveial.lutds crossing,, and
Iho  guns^aio going fast.'   Ah,   hero
comes a bud   .  No,1 he' 1 ises,' apjiar- (
en Lly coming1 sLiaighl ovct^ me,    but'
swings'oil Lo Iho nghl down Use lino
of guns      My' ncxl neighbor has   got
him,. jus-L as I  was going to   tiy     a
long shoL. J "Very soiry, old'chap,"
be shouts,  "vvasjtlust youi  bmd?,"ilt <
is a very stud mic iiij shooting not
lo .fiio al^anylhing which Is ollering,
01   about     to |OlTcr a bcllei ,��noL-lo
nheilher. <��� This  sounds  e. salhcr. dif-  ���;
ficull point to^decide, on tho instant,
but     practice" makes  itc' fairly  easy,
and,  though a good many times- ono
makes.11  blunder,      still   thero  is  alsvays  a good  deal  of gise and   takes
about it    "I leassmo     my neighbor,
nnd  Ii have barely  finished speaking ,
.svhciAa'i'ush of birds comes at  us.
Most of-them'appear'to be about  ,
Unity-yards in-llio .alt, and with the _
wind behind  - them thoy  aie coining
at. full speed   " No Lime nosv ip slop
and think ��� bung, banc;, dosvn como ,
tsvo,     and,      holding ,out 'mytenpty
piece, 1  loccivsj btuk a leaded one in
limo-y, lor    a'couple'of'shots,     ono ,
straight ovei,my head and tho other
til  a fast  letrealmg  bud  '- I     miss
heir huL tince out ,of ���.fpm  i-.i'l,. so;
bad,   and  now   lliey'iiie coming,   on ,
again,      and    for     tho��� next 'tsvo or
three minutes *vvc aio all  haid 'at it. ^
llio boatei3    "cue'now  close on'' the
livor/bank, and shouts go up  .from
our'side lO|Uiichcale viuious     points
al which buds have fallen      fn A'10
woods-behmd-us lhc lioys aio, dait-y
ing lulhci   and.thilhoi  puking up the
game, '   while     thckecpeis. loosing
Ihcii-'AieLnevei.s,   .no  aLloiidmg.   to'-
that  which has  fallen  111  the -svater. ,
And. now  Iho shot t winter clay    is,
closing in.    Thos'last boat   hr.s   been,
sholyand 111 good lunc, foi  the light  ���
is  falling fast:    ' *. _ ."���
1 '
3 ?
f     .THE  SIZE  OP1T.;-
Tow  People   Have   Any 'idea
tho   Extent-of Canada.
" The new r.'ulw'ay line across the
continent to be built by the Gtand
Tumi" svill 11m 'thiough a country
that is 800 miles 1101 th'of Toi onto.
This nosv lino will parallel tho 0. V.
It. .uross tho "Wcslein plains, yet it
wnl mil MO miles noi-lls of llio load
it pauillols This moans thai al- ,
though, 111 Lhc public mind and to
the eye, as 0110 looks at a map, tho
loads" niav teem to compe'o svith
each otheiAmd/giye a duplicate service", t'hoio slietches between ,llicm a
range,of neb countiy,about as far
across as 1C1S fiom Toi onto, to Mont-
ical - Thiough -tins' mlei veiling
countiy, hossovci-s ' the Ciuiadlan
NToi thorn will run, but even so, all
lluec toads will have a wide rango 1
of countiy to open up and 11 om
which to draw  business
It has long - 'been-said Inat Iho
roaeo Itivor country, thiough which
Iho grand Tiuuk will cany its
line is destined to bo the gi cutest
whcal-gTowing legion in Amei ica
To tcah/o 'lhc si/e and possibilities ���
of tho Canada of the fuliiro ,ono
needs bul to veiled that these vast
wheal fields will ho 800 miles 1101 lh
of ToronLo 'L Time thus gives effeo
(ive atiswoi Lo those people in the
United Slates nnd Europe who have
charged that Canada is too fur
noith lo over amount to much
Isilion   in  Lho  lino
de 11
said  John
do  you   Hunk   shoot inc,'      a
a Sunday a  work  of neccs-
thul,"   snid   .loin
do  vou mnkc   that
"SV'cel    vc -ec,    mccnister.
Ic  nsia'   on   MondiiJ' "   was
cmny icplv 1
oui  ��"
it  riilcbl
Although .1 lingliL be ��� opposed
IhuL moie liquid leiieshn cut is (on-
Mimed m siinunoi I linn m svlnlci,
vol tin co out of ovei v five pounds
of len used in Uienl Jl. il'im me consumed  in  aiilumn and  svinLc/.
IrscCIs   Hunk   as   lulls   a-   men   do.
although   not.       of   .muse,   ot,       Mic
wine   scale     'I Ins   1.   the   belief   ui   M
I'm el     a    I'niKh    neui ologist.       who
htiK  been      making      ol-ei sation .  of
ants 111 d  b"is      im   "I ixaLloii        He
think'-   that,   bet is 1 c 11 , tlie   ulcus      01
(he  n.tturaliMt       who  ng.iids  inset ts
'as   mere   iiuto'maloiis   .mil   those       of
'ihe man  who  tienls  them  as if  they
'had   liuuinn   intdhgciici',   tliu"!  is      u
'happy   iiiediiim  01  (oiunion  '-ense   and
'this he  has lncd  lo ntlam     lhs 0I1-
stivniioiis  teith   lum   that   alt hough
most of the acts of insects can     be 1
e-Apliuned   by   iri.tmct.   theie   lonifiln"
what     lie calls   "small  plastic "judgment-,"   bv which      lhey avoid  dilli-
cullies  and   steer   their   svav  between
claiu-eis    Tho     duoclive  facullv     of
bees c-pedally,    and  theii   wondeiiul
meuioiv    foi   places.      car.  haidlv be
explained  on   lhc   theoiy   of auloma-
'lhc   King  of   Italy n.ss  Jl eup-
ho.iuls  lull   of  coins He   has been
collecting  since     ho was      I'i yeats
No  loud   talking
,s ..llosved. and  as I-slioil  along the
,:'    ���|    or   "udo.-   accompanied
s.coud gun, and by tho l.ca 1 .eepo
the only sound" to be hea si
slendy swish. swish of the boaici ,
imcnie'lhon way thiough the ....do.-
b.ush and tl.e dialp tapping "f,11^''
s ds Too much noise 11 almost
worse than Loo httle It sca.es the
buds while wc aie vi t aiai oil, so
tIal I ey um out of the wood dr-
s te o. stops, and tl chives Iho oyc-
'!,;���d labb'ts looiuthiongbofoio
lhey come within gun iang.
S11C1let.IV. the ,'\lAw,a,'1,.T the
���uc.ik-) Ihe silence ^- "Jtabbit to tht
UM-!" fiom a beate. near Ihe nnd lo
���f tl.e hue. "Hone hock, .11 u no the.
vouc a moment .ate. I -.-lib I #
do this, long cxpei ionic has taui',111
(he .11 tli.il it is sii-oi to lush bade
(hioiifth lhc lui moil of that mc 01
vslule coated men into salety than to
slip forward mto (ho quiet woods
wlic-.e dealh ns awaiting them Nevei nl times has the vvainmi? c. y been
,'aised. and mon- Minn one distant
,��.������. t has shown us that the lellows
m fi out arc catching un occasional
uuwarv iabb.1 or lime 'And now
suitdc-nl.v a Utile gray fo.m deshes
���ia o<-s tlie ndi; vvillun ten iool of Uic
\cioss Hie tliice-vaid sviidc_paich ho
-,,-^.u ..1 n cnunlo or maps, but 1 peei
"fter h*im into the bushes and lui��t.-
Iv-  lei   (ly   ��  snap shot  at  his  iccoel-
"vo gisoil, nnd J have no chance foi
., "second barrel, as he has vanished
so I hold out my 1 empty-Piece, ami
,��� .,��� mst.mt inv second gun has
been placed 111 mv hands loaded anil
roc-keel Vrovidcd the accompaniment of (his silent walcluul shallow'
does not. make you nervous fit often
does mo j, a loader with a second
.'im is of oi'ounous service nt a-hot
coiner, whetc one it- apt to lose half
11 has often- been said that it is
not work but svoiiy that kills Pei-
hais no botici exemplifications,. of
tho H nth of tho saying can be found
thin the ntimbei oi - haul working
phvsu urns. occupic-il unceasingly
with gieat problems , of medicine,
who have nevertheless lived lo what
mav well be considered an advaneed
-tce says lho American-" Medical
'lou'iiiai.-- V11 chow's,long hfo of nearly cinhly-onc veais"'oi slionuous devotion lo work, so icccnlly closed,
is onlv a lypc of tho piolongutioirof
existence and usefulness that has
loitunatelv boon the lot of some of
the gieatcsl 01 the medic til mvesti-
'������alois L.oiigcvilv has been lhc mle,
hosvevei not onlv Ioi the laboratory
worker who 111 tho placid pieoceupa-
lion oi oiiginal obsoivation avoided
tho disU action 01 mind nnd the di-
veision of aitivity incident on medical practice, but also tor the man
who is able to combine both success-
full'- In bict, while the uvciagc hfo
01 Hie practicing jihvsician is tho
shortest of any of lho piofcssions,
most ol the j-re it inv. stigating piac-
tilicAiers have lived lives so long a.s
to entouiage eveiv medical man to
talc; up ouginal observation, if with
no olhoi idea than thai 01 assuring
hnti'oli longevity.
iTrng Edward '.as piobablv tictct'.
as a eodfathoi moi 0'often than any
oi his subicrts King Edsvard VIA.
has stood as ; sponsor to no fewer
than" T5 jieoplo In one lcmaikablo
instance lus Majesty, when T>i ince of
Wales slood as goclfathci lo both
f.il hi r and bon This was in tho case
o" the Duke of^Marlhorough, who in
u Hudson of the King, as is also tha
v.-,"'hful Mareiuis of Blandford, to
whom his juajesiy scouu bov.iai.iiu.
when lho heir to th�� HJai-lboi-ougti
diikedoin svus ihrist-MNHl aL St,
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'mean to see the thing right Ihroughto  the very cud. y  Agaiitasisyte,  Ay    y   CHAPTER VI.     ,,.���������'  r.sssACES I'r.ojr the diaiiy of svilfiuda  FAIIlIipLME.  S. S: Chattahoochee, July 17.���������Although still, harassed and oppressed  by hideous '.'anxiety, I svaut, iu this my  flrst monicnt of leisure, to set dpsvu  clearly aiid fully -the strnnse events  ,��������� that have occurred- since that memorable evening in Prince's Gate. I have  been in a whirl ever since. But I have  forgotten ���������nothing. Every act, every  thought is��������� Indelibly Used in my moiii-  ory from the moment that I realized'  my loss. .���������  Forget! I shall never forget Unit afternoon   svhpn  lho   American  detective'  brought 1110 llio ncsvs.   What an'odd.  creature ho vvas.  Very ���������much ovordress-j  ed,  svilh a sort of company maimer  voice; svliich didn't .disguise Ids', Yankee accent  or  (ono  dosvn   his nsvful  Aiiiei'ic'iinlsnili.   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"1yfiover thought to shosvniy-  soil' hcrp again, iiut, by thifiidcM-. it svas  too strong for inc. 1,I've got liiu.priilp.of  iny btisifioss; and I svanted you to sec I  w;as rigiit to .bclipvo jn -Jopy ASbsv,  speak out, young siniiio.", '  I 111 ust say I thbiight svell of tho boy  froiii the very lirst. Ife was an apple  checked, healthy; iookiiig. bullet liead-  ed urchin, svith clear, china blue eyes,  very svido open just then in astonish:,  innit, I think, not I'eiir.i Ho (lid not  care one bit for tiio dog, but faced him  sturdily, stooping ns if to pick- tip a  stone, svith a "Would you���������br-r-i-, lie  down, svill you," that sent the collie,  still'gi'osvling, iinder the ''sofa.' ' y ���������  ."Hosv svas it, Joe?A7Won't you sit  dosvn? Let's hoar sviint happened," I  sajel justtO'Oiicourage him, and lie ask-  bd"iiotliiiig belter than to toll bis story,  nntl taking his sciit at the very edge of  a chair after (liistliig.it.lib began:   .  "it svas tills svay, 111 tun���������miss. -Vyiien.  hc-.Mr. Snuy/.i'i- lliere���������set mc oil the  mirk, 1 incaii sviilch, this morning. I  held on to the job close for a matter of  Ih'ri'P 'hours and ' never saw nothing.  Woni't no move' at all in (lie lionse till  nboiii 11, o'clock, u-lieii a liiip conies  dosvn (he rnhd aiid pulls up nt the .car-  den gale. . y.10 I'biic-liiiiitu he svns iu an  old blue'coiit anil silver bullous, lincl  hill    hall' 11 ..crusvii nil  hour'"IhimIiii'ss ���������  reniiliir lly. 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' I svas pretty svell slashed all  over, ,wlien::ill at cmce tho"jarvcy stops  his''osses. aiid bei'oro I'-'could climb  dosvn a fellcr-Uip same little black  faced moociier���������came and'copped mo  right wliere 1 sat behind. He svas aw.  ful mad. ���������  ;  " 'You devil's spawn! It's you, is it?  ilia!-   This  is the  second..time   I've  caught you spying. , Tell mc svho sent  you, or by'���������some foreign talk���������"I'll do  for you.' '..���������,'.  "But mum was the vvoi'd with mc. 1  ss-ouldn't 'ii'lot 011 if he'd cut mc to ribbons. 'Chuck it,' I said, 'chuck it or  cull the coppers. If I've done vyrong,  it's for them to pick mo up, not you.;  I'll .iinssver In 1I10111.'  ,   'I'o in: eontiniiiiil.  ,,,tMi  QuicklyAEievatesAtt  A||ionaiCC6naiti^  ;AyAdO\Vn^  l':;.;,|n l,h.osvi|)lcr scaacui: 'vvhcii-lnniiy'fpooiilc. 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Doci-skiu.s "SS"antb(L:- 'i-' y7y7yy  : Catalogues and price, lists on application.y-Ji:-;-.  T. \V. Ili-iidsliiisv, the .poiuilii'i". agent  for the C. P. I!. returned on Sunday  from lus eastern trip, in the course of  svliich lie took in Detroit, Toronto iind  .St. Tlioliiiis. his old home. Mrs. J* rail-  slinsv svill rciniiiii in lhc cast a fesv  months' longer.  B���������*V:A TCKiTOi)'^rra*i"ai'k^ '���������������������������"  , l^Jt\  I   tl 1N   I'-.O AnndyCopyrights :'���������'  , I ���������,���������'.        y obtained in all couiitricsi       ; y ���������,;'  ;roto  A    Registered Patent Attorney  Mechanical ...'EiiKiiic'er'   and     Dfiiiiglitsinuii,  Ilaiik' of li. N.-'A; Dtiiidings, Hastings Street  ' 'VANCOUVER,yB.yC.;y  A postcard will secure an evening appoint  incut for those who cannot cal| tin ring the tiny  'm"~j  'i&y  ;<$>A  (fay  '<������r>7  '���������<&>-���������  ''tfa'i  moM/mmx  /.SyNowVpenf6r]:8iisin  :y:ftSS'A?A^^"^  '($) c^i'($)(^7,r$������<&> fj|S 't&jt$n.irj&) i^.ir?fr������r*fr������ rsfet tf^.rSfr>f*fr������'.^*S? f^?"<<fr������fS&) <^'jr^>.rift?.-^?!c^������ "f^b <$>' *^;<  :^'  :'M  '<*);  .-;'5'"  ���������evi  O".  ;A"abJ,)^'funns^  -yiafibi'd^yAf'-Best yWines.AL  A  l-v;ites$f .a clay,;;|\;]Vrontlily-:;rateA yfy .������������������; ffy-fyfy.. -. yAV ;A V  "i-'i-ij'Ii:;.'-.0CQ ": O {' *y7.?X --.t:-;'^  r-rS^Dec/So i#W% ,,. -,.  ^.-?.v^.i--.Tipo.--ii-yAyd^:A^*.'^:yc^^  .,. .f!is?-v-we*,.s?>-y.V'-ift^  A^'^'GUN^VIuyTilN'E^'i'rbhviN-e  'Sjm\,1M7f:ffMg77S:^7gs$:77yi'''" '  Kucaiiiii^w^i-iaAK^  ICtrunilc-a;*),^^!:^^^  'i&$?M  WSSir^M^MMSMIiSM  5GUXAR;j;aiIXE^Frpin^Bbstbii:v3A  iDoiyloiii'ylidy^isfpessS^  WRAPPING   PAPER   AND  PAPER'BAGS:y      A  '���������The k'ciotcnny' Al'uil luis liccif  .appointed .. agent for oho of  the largest Canadian Taper  MilLs.     , ,: y    y  Wrapping   papers in ' rolls or  lint,   iind   paper   bags "of  nil  ���������weights nnd si/.c.s supplied to-  order 'printed or iinprintcd.  Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.  TS  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paici  Exporter of Furs.  One Block from C P R Depot  ,; and.Steamboat Wliarvos  Re furnished and Ro-rr.odclcd I  .Rates S1.50 to S2 per tiny ���������  ^iiAyo.ii'''nersvoiis?'AA:Ay:;A;AAi-::K's3uy:;A^^^  ������������������Po.A-pii'Tpi'V.pkielv.'tji^  ���������I.s ly 0^ u r'Vp 1 >(������������������ t i tif; | icio r? AA:" f: A:AyA;? 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A THE LAXAKOLA COMPANY,' yy:  'VKSKYSTisiiCTlyl   I iNIiW YOKIv  Just Remodelled and Refurnished.,with all Modern Conveniences.  l^l'iA'  'Rooms'in; Suites willi Bat lis and  Toi lets attached. /lowing /dot  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each Jloory (las Lighted, and  7 ������������������������������������ Si earn Healed TJiroughoui.  .1. C. GREENE1, Proprietor,       =        GOLDEN, B. C.  Standard. rei-iedr tor Gleet,  Conorrhcea and Runnings .  IH 48 HOURS. Cures Kid-  ne/and Bladder Troubles.',  MSDY  H. YOUNG,  Proprietor.  Jcsl 1  'rave.  jrancis of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  :llcrs  to   Fish Creek will find excellent  accommodation  at this Hotel.  Cook's Cotton Boot Compouad  Is sucees.=Sally cscd monthly by over  10.000ladles. Safo,e0ectuiil. Ladles ask  _ your druggist for Cook's Cotton Root Coa-  poanii. Tntc- no other, ns nl! Mixtures, pills and  Imitations are dangerous. Price, >'o. l.Hper  boz; yo. 3, jo degrees stronger, ?3 per box. No,  1 or Dialled on receipt of price nnd two S-cent  stamps. The Ccfok Company .Windsor. Out.  G���������������N09.1 and 2 sold and recommeuded by all  responsible Druggists la Cauada.  No. 1 mill No. -J tire sold tit I rout Ixike by K.  T. Abuy.'iuirl nt Itcvulstoko by VV.'IIuis-k, .1. A.  Mill.ir .S: l-'u. iint'i. L'an.-ulti'UriiB & Hook Co.  Druggist*.      .      j .'���������',���������  .  "^wffi^       Thc Greet EnfHisfi Itcnuxly.  Sold and recommended by all  ruggists in Cunadn. Only reli-  1.1c mcdlci.-ie ilisc-ovcred. Stx  ->/>J<"fei/;f-s i/ucriiiitccJ to cure all  fcirnisbfSexii.il SVciiknesa, oil effects of abuse  or excess, Mental SVorry. Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package J!. six, 55. One iriil plcasa.  xa wiii cure. Pamphlets free to any address.  <Tlip -\Vood Company, Windsor, Oat.  Wood's-'Plioji-uopiNi: is sold in Revelstoke  by Cnnndii Drug Jc Book Co.. .1. -V. .Sillier V. Co  and SV. I'csvsnwl by KnuikiT. 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Inivliig-.iul'lstl'iciibii'SS-ithin th'o.iSlunlciii.-ilil'y.'bor  liahlos.lo ii,fliii!iii!ibl;;excoctliii|i;;i biic'/liiiiitlroil:: ;  do!Ui..-.-? 1 lii'cl "costsV'ti"i 1 (T.in:ilbfittUl;61': jiiiytiib 11 ti to:,-:i  imprisonnieiit.Jfoi-.,iuiy;,tbi-ni:.iiiot-;;!it!Nt:eotliiii;";;1  thii'tyyiHO) tlays,K;svilli;:or;ytvilliuul,;iliai-tl:;ltiboi', ;:;<:*,.,...,,    ������.:,i  for enoh;pi!c!|iqc.A;;'.;AAyyy:yyyA  '^.:id;.Vi'iici'yii;ii;c):g'\\^  inayiitiiiiy tliuo order oi'.i-oiiiiiro'niiy lioi-son bi'Ai' '������������������'���������%'fi';t'-:;'!������  .persons tifiiilK!. oi-'.:,j)i'n|)o.siiiK. to'Ihi.su;::.l,li'uV-'������iiil,;;7iiA;'Ary-.S'  'olecl.rio.lil'lit of 1 tins icily to) insl.nl  lijnb tor of.: yii^-yfyH,  .niotci-Kyroiiy.llioi.'pi'cMiiise's'dfysiich-persoii 'or  persbiis, s-sititliAiiietcii'yyioi'yyiiietei'H-'itb'B-bb  piii;chii������C(l''���������:���������; or'.;'���������; i-biilc(l.tv-ifi-biii:i.*tlio-'.���������������������������;���������?'( :()l���������'ii6i���������i'���������  111 ion; orythoy CitsA of ii: I ItiVbls'.okbiK'iuicr^bo  ,liiHl.iUlt.'fl'-;-:itii(lui'~.|.),ib.;,i!iii)bi,.s-lsloii.i<)C:;-i,lio'i(Jil.y  .lilbcti-iciiiii ii-ii coiiilitloii's btilliuVolty'-'siiiiiilyliiij'  isti.eh pefson'or pcrsbiis:\vitli:olcefi'ioy;ll|;lil.;:atiti  !ii'.thc:o.veni.of siieli'ipersbn or pbi'sbiisvi'd'usiiiir Avi-Ai-iifi ff  : 1.0 iibicle/liyi tho oi-clersiol!-llio i; l''i feyiSS jl toryiiiid Ay yi A A A,  ,night C,oiiiiiill,t'i)bviii:llia't.l)'cliiilf,';t.lib.,(iiiIil- l''iro, A'yiyAA V'l  AS'utci-,iiiitlyliiKht'lCoiniiiii.tcir>iiiiiy:-oi'tl(!i'::|hiilAA������&yy}5;!  the svirekyifiniijv-icbiiiicbliliiij'ftlio-, pruiiiisesicf ,.iA'   ' '   *'  siteli pcfsoii oi-porfibn's" with': 1 lie ;hi!iiiC'cloel.iio,':i-'  light ouiTOiil.jbo out/out, iiiitl iiiiiy-. refuse: loA  supply .such  pbrsoii: or ���������.jioi,soiis:i;wit,hi'oloi-,l.i'ic',fi"  li|,'lit. s; On iiisliillntioiiof siiiili iiietci'.oi'Vinutui'S", ,';  the ...-.olcoti-ii! 'IIkIiIi i-itl.okpiiynhlo liysitoh iiei-siiiri:;,/;.  pr persons;sl;nll hertlioiiimtcrSi'iitc'siirscl-oiil.-'iiiS-'V.'i  Schctltile:'- A.;t������������������:;.,;'-v;;i:-AA.:-yiya;:"''iyyi'y.:yB': Bi;A'  y::ilr'rhis"jiy.]asviiinyil)b cifctl^'tf'allfiufpbftsAA  an;'"jAViiIci-. iiiiilyl'lloclricLitthty"-'.liC'h'.iltitiuii ;:."'*  illy-liiis^'"!)^!.;''^^^^^^  'Altoiiiliii.lii'stitiitic Ti'olifii')ii-yif;ithAlCOxAyAi:Affiir::  Allteatfiiisc&iicf fiiiio.I'-ehnf^  iii Itciiiliaithii-ii'tiine withrtlibUuiiiiiiiiiiptJs icoff-isA:  ���������Sciit'.oT.tlicyCbiiiicli; l;'obruni'y}WUi;:|llii:iAA;AvAA  ity ibcbis'edjf heAsscnikibf i the iiKleetofs"^  A' ITcebiisiilei'Cti'iiiitlfiliallyijiassetl iiiitiii'atibjil.'cii AA  [.bj^HliUjvC.iiii.iicll^ti^Vt-iijV^  )4  777MA  ^ClTyiiflijIClflC;!  ���������'ifiA'i  :Wjl  KffiAi  ���������:��������� r.v.  iTiSMM  IScliedulle������^  -..<.<-rif.!rw^yr.ny-.y.-yy.-yy.y*-..  S3IA YOR^AtaA Ar<iy y.ifi  iSs|  ;..������������������'..:  mm  :tlie;other;oi: ;a ."silver.Jiiatchtpx. Those ,;. ���������"; 7 n 1 H ji H fr"  present i iicl iidcdMi-s.Gii.nipbci H'AIisscs t. ;i j, j j . A \i    J- j  Teitiplei Iticluf rtlsony A. Buck^lABucky .. .yJU rt 11AI '  arc.now  .in  but',  for  a  you  iind  Villi  ���������T  You'  new  '.suit-.:,   -ic-ei,saii-.ples  in  svindbsv.'. J'.. 11.  7 Creisnuui. :,.   .'-'-.        '-.: :;':.   '..  ';��������� ���������";��������� Ti-yi  :  Long's A, Clnniipagne, Alef  , unci    Dublin     -Vtbift,'   breivedIjit '..."flic  Kootenay Brewers-.     Orclc-f.s iiddrc-sscil  to I'. ,0. Box 243 sviii,b> delivered free  ^...yTlicCroiv's-'XesfiCoal  Co. havede-j  cided to .close their stores, sb ns not to'  ifftei-iere with the business firnis in. the  coal tosviis.  .Advertising is like, preaching ;  have to keep coin hum lly. nt if,  iiiu.st use the KociTK.v.svAl.stf/ if  want the be-st results. '���������',���������'������������������  , PRINTING.  nilK' KOOTHXA1)' ���������������������������' ,MA 11, .1015  Piiiiting I)ep,'ii-tiiif|ii, is er|iii'ppe(l  ..iih lilt- liitest iind hesi, iiineliiiii-ry',*  "find., a liu-gf iiss-ortinr-iit'cif.I'lishinniibTi''  type faces. W'd snlicit nidi.-rs for nil  kinds of.'printiiiK���������un.jnh' .Iic'iiik too  l.-irt,"-' iiiitl litme tuti sin.-ill. Cnri-liil attention is given nil work, .ind sutisi'iic-  tion ���������gunriinti.i'cl. A trial order' will  convince you that it pnvs to liiiv-e your  printinu done nt tlie 'Knotenav 'Mail  ofTicc, lievelstoke.  BLANK FORMS  Mining & Legal purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  of Attorney, Stattitory Declarations, Proxies, etc., can���������-  '   be obtained at the  y  ..Kootenay Mail Office..'.  Fras er, Peter,. Mc K in iip if, Snf i th, I fig-:  eiilx>theiiy,.Spufling, -Messrs. \Vicke;hs.  Kerf-, IsT.; Taylor, i^lctieinakl. PinIvhani,  ;\yel!sA:r.[..Cl;irk,.;Cfosvey Douglas; JJiir-i  bcr,; 'Bakei-. yThei eycJiitig  coiiclifelcel  ivitli soiiie'songsA  yA '���������'.������������������        ���������   IaA  v On Siiturdnyi liftehiochi ;i\[rs.--Cotir-  sier lieldii liirgb, euchre pa rty at ���������'.svliich  eight' tables   svere    occupied.    :Mrs.  Gross a ud iMi-s. Geor-ge  'svete.xthe, sviii-  'uijr.vof hiUHl-p:iint(.'(f. 'piittcs, and:fViiss  Fi;a.seryjt a pretty;needle.book.  .Others  who iiuenclecl  svere: Mosdifnies , Ciif--  rutbers,   Ijiiivrence,   Grant,  ���������McCsirter,  McCiirty.Teiiiple, .Flindt..'Ainan, Bent:  AVilks ,i."-I lolten,' Olark, .LawsonA JAo-  e-iuiicr AGeofg'.y Brown, Kco.tt,   Uoiiriic,-  i[i.gg..-ii,.   I'bipps.AVaird,  Buck; Misses  Gran t.l-'riisei-, Higiuiliothaiii,   Temple;,  .M.-i'N. iJiiiit.     ,".  vy ���������,  ' A'rs. Dent's  home   on    Fir.st   street  ���������sv.i-s 11  bouse:'01   gaiety   on    Thursday  evening ulicu AMr.^. . D.cnt,   isssiijl.etl by  li.f'r.diitlghter Miss I-'. I >efit,'eiiterliiiiied'  a  large iiiiiii.ber of  tbeir friciitln at pro-  grcssive   .giuncs���������pi'ng    p"K-    .li.nInisi,  'checkers,   parches'i,   crockinole,  castle,  lane  and' mythology.. ..Tlie 'for'tiiiiiitif:  sv-. if tiers of. the   prices' svere:    .Lad ies, j  first,   M.rs. K. .lacksCHi,.  a   liaiic.lsoinely  hand painted butter dish; second, Miss  {.tfiiliicr,'box of   boi'f-lioiis; 'jjonLlfimen.-  li. Kdu-ards, baiidsoitie   burnt   leather  book. ���������  Those present, were: Mesdames  .Siin.w, .'lack-Jon iind HAo; Misses l.iicliier,  Kcinier, Temple,   hicbiirdson,   Huiitli,  'Viilentine.   (iriint   iir.d    liell.     Messrs.  J'iiikliiiiif, Y.. K(hv'ir.!.s,   Wickcns, Miller, .Vllunr, linrber, l.'.os<i,  II. liesvs', \V.  liens,   A.   Smith,   line  .and    Jackson.  The guests bid    tbeir    hostess   a   very  early good iiioriiing.  BRANDS^-^^SSUSs-iy '������������������'���������.'���������-: \:: Ally' '���������' 7    A  hOunl Special'[7&.'-.''vThe Uni0rt  ^   "H? A. BR  -.iKbtic-c ishoreby giveni in ,-iecoi-diiiicb;svilli  tiioSuitutos. that Provincial l'oveiuio;Tiix,'aiid.  all assessed .'raxes audi Ihconie y'i'ax, assessed:  antl ilovied iindor-. tho -AsnessnientAVct 'aiid:  anienclinciil.s.i;iii-c nbwduo ifiiitl'pfl.vnble for I he  jear 190X . All taxes icollectible for tiio licvol-  ftbk'cAsscssiiienti'Disti-ict arc"du'cniii'cl linyablb'  atrnyolliec, sitiiitto; at .Court,.-iKbtisc, Kevcl-.,  slbk'e.y Tliis notice.: iii;: tc'rins* of lawyis.otlitiyn.-'  lent to :;a -'personal demand - by liie iyuppn iall  persons liable to tiixesi :: i ii: ���������' i 'ii:; ���������:.';-:-'���������.������������������ y; ;;'-.  y::-:-: ryiiy ������������������"i'i' Ay- KKKD-l'-RASKIJvA-y ii'i  ".',;':: Assscssoi-i'ind Collector,';���������'��������� ..'���������-*V-.:--'".'.;,.;y:.i',-:,';-,:-'  ';:- :��������� lievelstoke .-Ssst'ssinont District. ?.--: --  ���������'������������������'���������:'; i ;:A iA i i :'i Kevclsloku I.'ost Oflic-b. .;'...  Dattci ai KeS-clstokc.'ll. Ci,iyi'.."������������������'���������." ���������. :i' :::y'::.i:i;:i: "ii  ���������v,:  .Jautiarr.lUh, lfl*.'. :.-:  ,."';-:i :r ���������>:-..%:.\7-:\i.y^  iiiiiiigiiii  f;rAVitB;>iJTAAVANT.ii;DAiNlii^  ."lie 11 ''���������fii-s't-cliisS'.irfiiri' ivvlfo   iintler-  sliiiids LHif "cl i ITei-iJn tAgi-iVcl ^'S*,- "ci r Al iii ii bi.;r  ,'ff*i''tr.<Ji.lyii (i;:y tlics: pi-fiii-ic;' ti hd A rind yvviliii  c-a.n iUiki.';' c-liarge of. the' mill invd'j-iiiil.  Ap'pl vto: J AS.yAf TA YLOR,: -A'rrri'vv-  lie.iul,j:-."'(Ay-y-'i A- '���������:;:��������� y-y/'. yyyy: v  iri^OAKfy'FI/RNISIfliiD-^iroifseiiiM  i   I..;, .v.Con iA House, VefityS'i'JAii. fiiotitb:  j. coii.l'.. fiiriiitce.i.ii.iiclit'll inoclei-n f.ciiis'eniri  1 enc-t'S.   ApplyiKPbteiiiis-iiSIiiil.y; i,;A ��������� ii  NOTICE.  ..TKjICAsi hereby %i'\-eii'illiiit thirty 'days  iYiyaftcr:cliitorI iiiitontl applyiiit' to lho IToiioi'-  /ablcthc; .Chief'Ccinuiiissioiiot-y of 1,-J.aiitIsi: and  Wioi-ksfbriitlibiiponiiissibiiittt :ciit.%iiiitlv.:c-iifi-y;  awiiy y: t iiu bcr if i-oniitheiiTiiiitlSiiilescribcilyiis  follows::, BcKiniiin^' :at;n fioint '.-.bn'Vtlibi'iisvcst;;  lyink of !Llie Coliiinbiii: Kivcri. about-; 10 'miles  south bf: Nakuspntapostmarked '.'0. Di-olct's-  soii|.hsvcsticoi-ner,".::i-untiiiiK north? HiO: chains,;  thciieeienst liiOehaiiis.-inore or lcss.'to tho batik  of. the river; thoiioo following ll i;i bank' of-'the  rivor.southiwestci-ly lb point of cumiiiuhoeniont.  .-"���������'''^''i'-vyjvyy-iy'-jyyvyy^riyo.iUltOLiEr.-::--.'':'.:  A KakuspAl; cy i>cc.; i^thy inie;y;;; Ay;.y-;y;;y iy;  AVT"OTICI' is Ttcroby given'thai,tliirt.v^-tliiys'  .LY after date 1 intend-loiipplyttb the Ironor-  inhlc the Chief Coinniissioiici' of :l,iiiitls'iind  -SS'oi-ks fbi-ii Special:; liconsb to ic-ut: and/cai-fy  'away, tin: her f rbni tho hinds deseri bed ,-is follows:  :������������������ -'r.Co'iiiiiiciiciii^'iil. n ."))fi������t.yiniLi-l<uiil -Ai'i-V.-.'Aiiflbi*-'  son, .planted ��������� iittiiorthsvcst ieorncr?''of''.I,. SV.  Thomson's pre-emption .claiiii.iielir , Ilciitbn',  thouco; north SO chains: thence castiSOlchiiins;  thoiice sbulli'Stl'chiiinsil.hbiieo wcist SO clitciiiH  !tb pbiiit'of'coiiuiieiiccineiit. ;:y:::.;":;:::';": ;y;:  ���������y.Ay'y A' ' ,v A "A.V.'ANDKItSOK. ii: i'i  y A)atotl' J ii uy.: ilithr ll)b:i.^i������v; i-;yA-Ay.ys: A yy A  7-AKTEDKN'0\VNAPis'e'reioine  -:l  .  REVELSTOKE,  RBADERa  m :C  w  hqnseand funiisbed robin si iieiii-  sUitioiitoi let. '������������������''��������� Apply J t(i R. TiippingA i  :\\rANTATOl''AP.L'-RCH'Af-k;'!. Sontli  >'V  y Africiti) fbind. sci'ip. ���������- Applyyto  Kootetiay Mail cilliee/ Iteyi-lsfoke..A  ANT^D'TQ ������KLh���������Twtr bouses  ���������.'-. JiticJ lots ut f-iijiiif; tosvn Of ���������O.-u.ii-  i bpriie: each pic'perty:svijl  let, for $15 <i  i in'oiith:  pi-rc-e.oii   eae-b  pi;bp..-rl yf .$500..  ! For pti it. I c> f I.-irs iif > p|y in I oilici: tif Kool-  i eii.-iy Mail.'  rANT TOSKhl.-,!)!!.-: bf; iHeiiicst   Hotels  itl' Knofeiiny; c;iiod iiinii  One way to dci   thiit-is, lOypitti-oiiiv:..' joiii pleni $���������.">,(*)<.1 ay-iir. For. piirttrj'nliir.s;  ' ap|ily atnflice cd' l\oc)ti-ii,i.y:M;iil.   A'f  START' A PAVING BGSIMOHS.-  ISi'froxrie siid������..'p"tiilt-rit and In: your osyir  BOSS. A. n.'w' inail tn'dei- liilsiiic-hs,  can be i-oiidiiett-il by iiiiyone, -"liy-  where; $15 to %'.V) fit')- sveek 'easily.  Kriclost...-..-iiu it'ip frit;' piil'tiii-ul.ii-.-. .of ..l.ill;':  iiiai'veilotisly y.siit'i.-ci5~ft|l ��������� pliili. I'M.  heonai'tl, Duiidiii.'On'.      '���������     ;'"  Tliis )'...' YOU It Paji-u:  : YOU.^hniiId n:,ij,pfin it.  s;w  ''"vfiO'l'lCG i������y hereby :gis-onii that, IhirLyiliiys  i-JLN ��������� after date I intt.-iid I.b apply "to tliod loiiui--  ahlc i'tho'.;. Chief i-Com niissioner ,iof .La nils iiuif  SS'oiiis for a siiceiar license to .cut -and -.curry,  away timber from Uiefnllosving described lands  Commencing at.:a'post .marked "SSVIIobort-  Son's NV SV. coriici-;" about 2n chains' SS'. oCtho  .('oliimbia river.'ahnut liymiles N. ofyilin-ton  City; I lichee south .100. chains,;': thence; oast 10  chain's,,thence.northHliO chain's, thciico iv'ost 10  cliains to'i'potnt of .commencement.   ������������������'���������'���������  :-������������������:���������.���������-: SSr. IlOHKllT'SON.       '  yiNakusp, IXC, l>ec. l^lh;'IDUii. y i ;y ,'-;'  tlie fii'ins svbose !idvei;tist!ti|..'nt.s iippi-;ii  in Ibis paper. fn oitlv>ring iiii'iiticui  the KooTENAy Mail.      A '��������� "..  CLUBBING OFFER  METAL  MARKET.  The Kootenay Mail  "   '  s.vri     '���������'..������������������������������������  Winnipeg Weekly Free Pressj  A Warning  -\TOTICK is:htii-cby given Ihni,''thirty-dnys  IV' afterdate I iiltontl Initpplyto the Honorable the Chief ('iniiiiiissiiiiioi- of. I.antls and  SS'iii-ks for special license lo oiif and earry itsvny  l.ithlicr from': llif follosving '.'described laiitls  .siiiinti'tl in the llig liainl tlistricl, in :SSrcs.t  Knolciiay: ('imiiiiciiclng at n post pliuiloil oil  Iho-wosr, hank ol' the IJtiliiiiibin Itivur alitjiit li.  miles tiorlhorly from Hig Jlotilh Crock, anil  inui-ked "John Kii.sel's KOiilliuust. coi'iicr post."  tliiuico west II) cliains, I henco north IIKI chains,  i.lienco e-a.-l lb ohaliis, tlibiico soiillii MX) cliains  io point of fifiiiiiiiciici'iiicnl. -'���������'���������. *'������������������.���������'  ���������',.'���������������������������'' M'MIN" KUSSKU,;..  Dal oil l.f lis.It.h tlii.V,.liiii��������� ItKlil.. .-'���������   . i.  .Sent, frei  '   /ot  to nr-.y iuldit's.s  i. year.for  i To the par  fif.. h.King    IVOOfi  I ;ir..'niglit svithoil*t. ;  vvnrn I li"in of the t  I catch tlii-ri, at it..  Special set of 12  'Tee. I'less.  $2.75  picl.iit-es.given willi  who ai<" in' lh,-   hilbit  from  my wood yards  tJiorily,   I   ll.'-if   lo  r slioiilll  M������'(p|.  Ff.K.SIINfi,  Sendaddi  s nrul .-uibnc'1-iplion to  KOOTKN'A V MA lh,  Revelstoke.  mivnaimw'i.MawiHiinwii'miiuMii m  Copper, Xew  . York  i 12.1,; London. Xi3a:l 5s.  .head���������Nesv   Y<������i-k,  %1S)~>  Ijondon, XII IOs to tl F lis  Silver���������New Yi������k, I7A  electrolytic   12  to  ifl.IO;  E. WATER SON.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  'I'.'O. Hex IOI,  li.KVKI.STOICI'.;, I!, c.  All  lines of iSliisnii wort- iintlerltiltfii.  Kstiiiiiil.oHgivitii fm- buildings  FOR_SALE  Dry Fir and Birch  Out: by machine!y to rerpiired si/''.  All orders left.' lit'.VV. AI. Lawrence's  or the Kot'il.cimy Mail til'llce will receive  prompt alleiti ie hi .       i  sV.  li'LI'lMINO.  Tenders"for a   License  on Dominion Lands  :  mce. of British..  to Gut Timber  in, the Pfov-  Coiiunbia.'A  CJK.S I.KIi -ri-:.N'lil-:i{K inldnwcl t" (he Timber  l") ami .Vliie-M llr-nu.-h. Iiepai-tineiil of lho  ���������|nii,Ti'ii:,iiiiiliiiiai-ki.-.l 'in lhc (envelope '-'ri.-iuloi  fur Tim her li.-rlh .Vn.'.-IKii." In be npi'iiuil on Ihe  ���������Jl'.lli |.*i-li.-bi.ry ni.-sl, will In- t'l-i-ilvc'il at this  I)e|iarlineiil ittitil linoii SS'ciIliesilay. tho ii-'.lh  l--.;lii-.iiii-y. I'iCi.'! fm- a IIi.-ciihi; lo cill llii'litu-on  llt.Tllf.Vo .'Ml. .������iliiiil.i! In Ihe I'roviiicccif llrltlvli  (.'ciliiiiililaiiiil.hu Kimtcrly slilt: of the Denver  Itlver. cciifiiiioiit.-ing ill, n |ioini. on said I liver'J  inllw upstream, in clirec't ilistaneu, frcnii whfro  hiiIiI IliVf.-r |.i li.t(.rii'i:(:l(.''l by lho Upper or  .s'oiithcni liotiridiiry.nf T. I!. 10, Block l.liolng  Ilia iippur lioiintliiry nf T. II. il'-'S, ilienc'.. nil  streaiii .'I ifiilfs in. dircul 'liilanee with a doiilli  of I mill! tin Mic. ' Knslirrly -d.||> (if said . Iliver,  .���������(nilaiiiiiig nn .'ireit (if ,'i ^itiiai'i! niiles, innic (if  It.,,-.." . ;  .Tin: I'i'i'itl.iliiiii-! niiili-r:ivhii:)i a lii't-use will hi.-  i.c-iiif.'ii, iifi'o'prifileil.fciriii  of  lendtM- and envt-  lope, limy he nblninccl  nl. this Department or at  tlid (ifllee of the I'niwii  Tiinhnr   Agent at N'csv  SS'i-stiiiiiistiri-, ,, ,  . Katih tender ninsl. he tic'criiiipiiiiieil hy an at: ���������  copied cli'iuiif. tin a eharlered hank in favour  of Ihe Deputy of lhc .Miiiisler of the interior.  I'm- the illinium of lho IiOiiiih which the applicant Is prepared lo pay for alk-eiisc.  No tuiidc'i- hy telegraph will he entertained. .  i'i:i;i.i;v u. iciovk.s.  .Secretary.     |  Department of Ihe htlerini-,  (lllawii, .laiiu.-iry, litli, I'Jiitl '  .-Cjlf ir.S?V r | i:i si(c;'< i -^ I >>-iit. iiu -i-'l? i r b; ;.r\V������i t b" i--^,! 111 tl S *.Ii i iJr 111.=  'iAyAl !tiiiiiiiit.lei!'iiif:(.l io. CiiiiiiciliAAyiiyAy'A  yiS.'ilit.shnll hc.iinlawriilyfor,:iii!yfioi:S(in1bi'ipoi--;  isbiisyiii.-i'titi.viyniiiiiiioi-ytbM  lintiifibi-iiriVviih ; tihy"liytlniiityst()p.': cockyoiyaiiyi  ii)fl?oi- liiirldf tlio.wntbt-isbi-vice iii~.br lintloi'iiiii.V:  '���������fiuhlio.sli(!i)l'.';alle>tiii-.|ihicc;cii':.svil,hiiiiy.;'|Viiil,i(>r  ,thb bliicli-ic ligIi(iiiKii>ltiut.bi-isyil';ni ol'.jl.ho t'ot-.-'  liiii-atiibi/pi-iiinyUiiiiK .iis(!cl;':iiiy:coiiiib.ctioii.;tjioi'c;,  :i:;'.il.TXoiliingsii'i-?tliis'byilnvvAcfintt>inbil i-1 ini 1 l������V;  isb cbnst.i-iicilyis"t<iiiiako'-;it:;iil)lig.-iiii^  ('tVi-pciralibu  iyibArbb'pricbsbf alliiiiitoi-inl siipfilicd cir-liilipr  pi-oviilctl *bv thoit'C'riKii-iilion-iii- iniikiiig.con-'  licctioiisishnllbo. not,;cnsli nnd'shall;,bo lixod byl  Iho'Fii-u. .AViilor; iiilil .ljiyl.ty: t'c>iiiiiiiUuo cif:.;! lit);  (.'tii iiici 1. -y iiy. yyy-y::yy:i. v:..:'-':.:yy.y:iy ������'i:J:;>s':S:i3'iiv  'SII.' Anv poi-sbn iiii.Lpoi-sciiiSi.who.ninyvi-ociiiii-i!.:  vvtit'or: roi-.:i.biiililiiiKioi-:-otlic!-'SPb'cin.l;piii-p(iSbs,  sliiilIii'iiak'bi|ip|)licn"tii)iiyiui.ss'iiliiiK: i'>' Ibe Cilyj  Cierkj. nccbiiipaiiiotl. liy" lini estiniatcycif-'.tiio  nuiiiboi- c.fi bricks, hyiirils "tif sloiicyibiin-cls (if  linio"or ceiii'tiiit,'fo'r.'vvIticli tlie wiitct- is roc in hod,:  mill.paV the svatoiv rates;iii'iuds'niioo:iipea-sucli;  osiiinaioil t'iiiiin'(,iti6s: iiiitl il'in-.ii-o iiinloi-.inlsiufi!,  lisotl; or iiitoiitlc'dtoboiiisiitl than l.hal.islalotl in.  Ihcoi-iginal estiiiialt.'sii'.tlio:. a|iiilicaiit::'or .-ippli-  cnulsshullypiiyythtyi'iexti'iiyndditipiiii I.charges;  ftirthwitiiA:- ':������������������ :;i';y:A;:vy:-:yy'y.y--yy\y.y^yyyly  ��������������������������������������������� 12. Itshall bo unlawful fori.any poi'sou briiot--  soas to loud,���������'���������.sell; igivo..'civ,otherwise clisiiose'ol'  tho wal or supplied by-thi) .-City or. t'o poniul.tlio.  wiitoi- to bo I,-ikon orcai-riocl���������tivvny.for,the use or  honolil. iir.ollioi-s, oxcopl. in- cnsool' lircv or to.ui-  croasb the supply;agrood ftii-iwilliil.hi! s.-iicl .City,'"  oi- lf> iwi-opgrully neglect; or inipi-oiioi-lyiwaslc;  tlio'sviitbr, ui-.to spi-inklc or nsti in ��������� any iiiiinnoi'  whatsoovoHKo'svntur supplied bylhoCily .upon  :lawns,;gaitlens; firi'/yai-d.s ..cS.e'-'!1'-'-'I'01^'1'0" i1''11'  lioiirs of 7 nad'lip.iii. ' i i'iv :" ;".-���������:':;':y;:::;;:i;:;y y:  :;l.'l. ThcFii-oAVntci-: and: Light Coinniil.loo is  lioi-ohvaut.hcii-ii-.cil,to susfioiid orstopilhe siipply,  of wniof lo nll'ciistoiiibi-siil'oi-iuso-iu, I'otininins  iifibyijols, giinlcn: lioso:oi- isprinkloi-s, iii-ito  fitrlhcr ;limit- tho: lioui's.Iiu- using lho same,  wlibilovbi-iii.lhi! "discretion of;- lliti said -Com-,  niilloo tlic-piiblic iiilt.'1-osts.iiiay:rutiuir.e.it.Ay.-_���������  iJI.-AU ' tups ;rui-nishiiig- gnrtloii-.- Iiiise.'.jolsor  spi-iiikloi'S.sltull/bo.ttiniotl.i.ll' liiiiiiod.intolyoil  tliostnmiliiigol' l.ho lli-o alanii.nuil shtill iiol, bo  ���������Iiirued on iigiiinUntil Iiu:'llru'is oxtingiiislii.'c|.;v  ''I'i.���������"Apjiiicnl.itiii'rbr'llio hiyingof son-ice pipes  ���������br-of turning im oi,iolt'..;or.'tlio.svaler.:i.o.premises,  shall bo inailo in svi'iling. by llio bwniii- of said  liroinisos'joi- li is or hoi-duly (iut hoi-i/.otl. agent at  l.linCil.viOlci-k'sollico.iy . ���������::���������:;-.;. ':,"..:;,.: -  ��������� ill. llpotiilioift'ceipl, tif such .application,and  (lio'feo nioiil.ioiii.'d in: this section iinil with l.ho  approval (if. lho, l-iro, SValoi-i.ancI Light Com::  niitfoe thoCbi-poi-atioiiivvill ,lap: tlioniaiii, and;  Inv a t,hreo-i|Uiii-ter-iuch pipe, with .slop-cock lo  llio st feel, 'liiio, ninl for/each such "connect ion  (lie Council shall : bb 'entitled. In itoiiiand and  'receive Troiii lliaripjilicuiit'' ia'iidvanco tho'siim;  brSLM. . y-yy =i .yyyyyyyyfy --y y-y-y  ���������-"���������17. The Fire. SS'iitor-i iintli'Ijiglit Committee  shall in every: enso iilotorniine the sizeof tiio  pi pu lo bo used in sii'pplyiiig'.iiiiy iiroinisos, nnd  lliovvSlinll also cloloraiiiio . I he position it. the;  sl reel, in which i it is i lo ho: ��������� htid.utiil charges  shall boinntle according lo size or pipe hud.'  -. IS. All service pipes shall be provided .with  slop and wnslo cock, iind all the pluinbers work  shall Iiu.tinne.'. in ii' woi-kiiiiuiliko iiitiiu.o'rj willi.  good niateriiils stillicioiilly strong to resist the  prossiii-e iif tlie water, and lo tho snlisfuolioiii  or the Kite. SS'iilor ami Light Ctiiiiinillee.  '"   -'  IU. All coiisiitners iniii-l. keep, their service  iii pes, slop cocks iintl olhof'flxfiu-os'iinllit.' promises in good repair antl order, nnd protected  from frost li! I heir nwif expense.. ;..  20. No closets except such ns tiro of a;-pattern  <ir notion approved inf by Ibe Fire,AS'tilm- nntl  Light ('iuiiinillei.' shnll ho permitted in-'ctiiiiicc-  t.iiiu svith lho.walerwoi-kssystoin,  'Jl, Aii.vaullioi'ii-.i.'il omiilnyi.-i'. of lliel'orpor-  nlioii shall have ami ho allowed free access ill.  priipor'hiiiirs of Ihotlny nail upon reasonable  not Inn being given and roiiuesl, inailo lo all  .parts' .of every building in which..water is  tli'livori'd or consumed of elect rio'lighl. is used,  anil In; may make porSonah inspection i't.t all  pipes of tups usod for tli-itribiiliiig wnler anil if  any pipes or.tups bo I'oiiail Il-iiI.-.v or defective oiif any ..vviisli. of water is found lo exist or if liny  of tiio ..'Icclric ootiiioctions are found lo bo not.  in iiccoriliiiif-o with lho provisions of this l>y-lnvv  or I Iiu rules ninl i-OKtilatitins niado I'rum time lo  lime by Hie Kir.;, Water and -Light ('oinniiltoo  of llio 'Ciiiincil, iiplicii shall be giveiilo hnvo the  defect remedied.  22. if any ilofocl iirdol'ecls of which nnticc is  given be not roniedi'-d wit hilt 21 hinirs from tliu  service of .siich Mot.ici;, 1 he Kire, 'SVutcr nnd  Light. Coinniillee of liie ('oiincil or I.heir  niilliori/.eil ngenl shall h.-ti-eiiiilhofity locul oil'  the supply of water or .elect ne light ns the case  may be, and hi.-l'ore. lho wnler of light, as the  case may be, is again lurneil on,,Ihe pipes or  llxlures shall be repaired and nllorod as ro-  ituii'od .itnrl the ctisl. of turning the same oil' mul  ou shall lie paid by I lie consumer, and no person  supplied from such svater nif.il. shnll have nny  claim against, tlie Corporation by reason of the  culling oil' lini supply.  2ii. In ease it. is found that, upon any premises  or lot mure water is habitunily used than is  usl,-eil for in Ihe nfiiri-ini'iii ioui;.l written stnle-  i.ient lu the City Clerk. I In: 'Kire. SValef and  LightCiiiiiinitle.! shnll have iintliorily (..sl.nl  nil tin; supply of wtiter frotil said i.iremises or  lot, or inay. ni the expense of the owner thereof,  l.lace a tneler .on lho '"rviee iiipe of said  premise.-or Ioi, iu which '*���������'->' tteowaer will bo  cliurgeil fur water iiccurding to Ihe rates set  down in .Sclii'dnlc ,-S. niiiiexedlo Ihis by-law.  21. ,S meler niiiy be placed in connection with  tlie service pipe of any promises at. Ihe rei|tiest  of the owner thereof, provided lhat said owner  make the request in writing ut tie.' City Clerk's  iiflieo. and tlint Ik; or she pay in advance the  cost of the meter ami ihe laying thereof. The  water rates will be according to the charges  .el ilmvn in St-liodiili'.S. iiiiiii'Xi'il In this by-law.  25. No   person  except  tin.'  duly   authorized I  SyVATKItljiiATK^  .i:)'sTOfliiigffiiiy::;Sf.:^  y-JJ.ii*"l\AuJc)siitS; ieaeh)^^i]ii}iyiui)nj liVAyAl3AA^AAA;������;;p::;i:;|?J  :;Lu.\viis;itiitI;rg!ii.iit!iiS-f:sAfaicjioiAiionifidnfi  '���������i.e^.rfi'iV.,csx'i-y:''25:fu6t:Y.(ii7:|V������^  t':i7Sfi-piitiii-o.X;;ivt--:&)V..:^  .'jVii.lfl iV)AljJiTlisy(csic:li)"^2.(in 'jifjiviiioii iff AASiiAAr-AAiAAAy  :; I jii.ii nil i-ies;:SM.t)o'pcr.' n ibiithyiyi^av:y::iyvA;yyiy-A>i;.  dIotols;:$S.a0ii.o:$12;U0pcr;iiioiithAviiitAAA;AyA  ' lire wc i-i os iiiitl ;4S era tciIyvv!ifcr,:Avbi'ksi; ������?o.(:(l/ibA:":;  i.T'������ao.(lO:iiciv.iiibVitliV.-'''!?S'^:  Hlb.a'rd|iiK:li6iiscs;ai!(l':r6'sliuim  Sloi-'bi-, 51'.DO,lo:S2f(ffi pcfjnbulnAA";AA;;AyA;KA  lit)tclici-'sliojisyS2.I10 |)6riiiioiil,h;A;AA'X'yit:;yAi"iAi;  Stnlilbs^CuiitiiiiniigAtiAfcib^^  iol.ablos^CoiiiiiiiiiniAyivorAi hciiti;;2ac!eiieliifoKV::iJ.::  yitlio lli-stil:autlilOo:cnchM'bt-.all'bvbrvl.,:yyy������iSiaAiA.  :J!akci,ibsySi(IO.eneliiporiiiibiillb'i:::yys>y������iAiyii,iiii;;|!y,:'fiii  '.l!lboks':Svith:livMiigi:,ii-c)oins;y?2.(!'l,yt'bASKi^  :,:;V,tnoiilih"':>y;'i'.'/,'!.������^,i-!-Jt';W'|.,^s.-fl.vi^    TiipS.oiitsiilc'biiildiugs.aiVtfitcceSiblcitbi'publiuA^A'jA?  :v';;������l.aliiiol���������^llibllthA;:''A-ii:iv3fe;i:iiA^5:yAy;:fl1iA';ii  Slci������'iii';lJoiIcrsrSi;Qn.tW  II it i Id i ng-r^lirick,a| icr:JI.;~riSc/-,5'-rivV-,'������iV.;^^  ::yy;;y;,y":ASI:i)nb,pt!r1ciibiuiyiii'd,-;lbciy:y;;AryA'AyA:AA:  ASS'^iiStrl JuiiSipui'Jiii.iToli'ilao/Ji^^  ;:iysA'i'yACeiiieiil,ipO!-ibiti'fel;flnc;SAfiftAA:V;fA;'AAA-K  fS-isSRil  yTsym  :yiS* |  ���������teii*  Ay;"!i]  AiV'lj  ys-v-iil  .���������:.-i-:'..-.tS-l  A^V'A't'KHAJiKTiiiiiiiiA-fKsiy.  up iff ittii(io'giUs:;pbt:Aiionth;:;iiOb;pbri'i;ono"gais:!y  .-10.0f.i0 l.ti 2a,0ill) g!ils.:portinbnlli;i.lOc-.ipoiv.l;(lOii'g!il.s:i  ;2a,(i0l).tb.;i(i.(lC0giils:'f)o'f nvbiitlir.'KJcVpbi-.il'.OIKi galsA  'Ovei-.aU.OUO.galsiipcfdiioiitliJeJOc.jioi-.l.OOOigals.S  tti K h Kiyn f iCAlvl C| 1 IT; It A^liESyA  ������'-;i-  Si;  ys;tj  ffi?y3K3il;3Jl))' I ibi f 'iffbjJtV A'Kl.bflsSAS  : JXbiiifjs;i'.)b'."v'rb:ljiVt*t'i-*t ill.Tiiiitliiiti,lit^  iAAJtlTliKlilAoViljAyitrcJiiASLlJlf'liei-rhib  ���������;:vA.2:liglils;oiily;i(iiiu'eiich':p()f;ni()titli.':;:ayy;.!::y:'5y,;Aff:i5i;y;AS  ���������iii'All liglils;iinil:bvor,a0bfibriiiioiitli.;iiAy?:4vi'i:-:         '  tii-f-^A. 11 "iiij; lib iiitcVyS t.noipor,! ij5lii;-'i>br;.iiib<i^.lii-../^;';1'������V:"-  :;Coiii!iit!i-cial-^':i;v.vy-y :;.,y:.'y.;.y;y:;';::::A?i!yyffi;:yvi::.iii  ������������������'���������::;I to I lights,;hi bii^'.-SIiOpipiiii-liglit-lii!!-,month  y;Aoiiiitl'f)vor,wi"o^pi!f-iiioni.tiii':'yy'yA;:A;::Ay'A  ;.?:Chiii-cliei-:i(ic:p;;2ac! pci-light^peiyiiiciiitliViy!"  AAyELKCTRiCyLiaOT^  I'Vir titcfii'sti'IO kilo-vs'atts.'fTi'.'purkilo-wiift.i.i;:  l''or.lliu:iiexti(l!) kilo'Sviilts.' 12o' pci-:kilb;wiil.ty:;:vy  'p'qi-i oyer:lliti l(llp:Ss-iitt(������,AItlc-ipci',;ldloisyii.tt:'y:ri:i-,;-S,:  iyjlotbrirents 2nciiiii(iA0opcf iiibiitb^A'-'y'1 i^iy  SS'atci'aiid liglith-atiisiiCoriispocial: .purposes" lb]  ;:yboilixod;by CotiiibiI:Oi';!'-ii'e,;i;\Sriitet- iiud'.Light.;  'K.CoiiiiiiiltcyAf.pA-ii-::,B-'iAii-..,e������^  A: A tA TKS: l-'01! ;IX3T AI i i'i I t-Ciy 1.101 ITSyS 7  iCoiiccllicd-wbl���������k;iSI.Sl':pclvligllt^y'iiA-v'Au:i:yy  Opcii'\vorky������i;a) p'cr-|igIit.;7-.:--V;.-*;:':'-it;A.'V;'.':'i'-.,'>,'?.!  Kor.cvoi-y di'opi'i inoliitliiigiilainjj.y.sookctyaiiitir  T.fci.'1'bf ubt-rt;-7ric.'y y'-yy:~:ySi;yyy".:;iyA'y -y -~yyy-  I tistiilliiig' iiiotor;:.S2.(i0y':-;:lr:S:.::r;:.::Aii:';i: :?;���������;���������'.-; -.;i-  sHOJiCfc?  "I'lClvis ' hereby .givciiitliatyi hifly'-diiys;  _ .. aftei- dale I iiileiul ioitpply-'(d IhblfbiiorA  iihlc" the "C'hiof iCo'niiiitssibiior: of. vliiin'tlsiuidii  SS'orksforiisiiccial;!lii;ciiso:iil,o;iuiityiiitl orrry ;  iiwtiv tiiiibur:lfoiii'tlio:l'ollosviilg:descfibcil hiiitlrA  on; Upper Ari-oivl.iikci-^'rA-.'.'iyyii-iyyy ;y'���������":'-:tyy,  ::'v"*AyA;;i;y;ATi������ST:.ifc)aA'iMd  -iC'ojiiiiil'iicuig iit"ii' pbsfypliintccloii'lhui'easf ii;  bunk' bli I\0()s-k(i.'Ntix"ereekV:'isbutli\s-cst' cbi'iioi-i'  inarkotl --'SS'.SS'.Ji-.i',oiglilooiiiiiilc.s:nioi-o,oi-;; lossy.  froiii ils niouthyiaiiiil. riinniiig thence1 north Kilii  chains; tlionec liasl, iHi cliiiins.'llicnub sou Hi lliu:;i  ,:i.-liains,'tliciiec���������\vesti-l(l.,cliaiiis lol place -of. cone  iiiohceniont.y:A: y-/,. ���������,'.-.��������� '"y.ii-'vs;.;:.Ai'AA:.A.'AA  ��������� Located the Htli'day. ol'.Kebi-iiniy.' 1II0X : - :.  '-���������' .���������;:'y:-y;::;:;yi;''y:':'y:Ay;Jy:\sAAy.7 i-'iLASKn/AAi  A?: -;,'Ay A'sKiicixnJoeiATiON'i^'A::"; yi:%;v'A;i'  : Conimeiieiiigai. post plaii tod bli the i'tistbankV:  of ICoos:Ka-N'bx crook, sbtilh.svestA corner������������������ :-  lnarked "'SS'.SS'.i K." and sixteen miles niore or ;  loss from its mouth."aiid running lliciice north';  1(10 chains, thence east 10 chains, 'llionco southy.  KiO'ehniiis, tlicnce svest- 10 .chains.��������� to ,pltico 'of.;'  etniimenconiont.'. ���������"-.- -'-^ ���������v-"-.":...;-.-;-. '���������"���������'���������.���������!���������������������������-''���������'���������,��������� .-y-i--;. .'-  i.Lociitctt the lllb day of I-'ebi'uiti-y.i .ltli'Bl.yy'--,'.  ������������������'���������-,i-i"'" :;'���������'.���������'���������',:  '   . .':7 AS-.iAV.'I^UA'SKK. -.:.';  ��������� ,i   Tlllltilf A.dCATIOKy::i; A'.   ,';'" '  ; .Commencing at ia post jihuitod 'on: the casti  bank of ICoos-ICii-Xox creek, soutlisvcst.co'riicr  iiiarkod "It.T."and tcii niitcs inoroor loss from  ;ts maulli, and running thence north Hid chains.   :  thonee oust III chains, thence south;,Kill cliains.  thence', .west ,11). cliuiiis ,10 plncepfeoninicnce-.-  Illcllt. -A '-.-���������' ,    ������������������ -���������        .      '.'.-.������������������ ..."  ,     .  Located the Kltlf day of .Kctiriitiry,I'ltlOH. : :���������  -,.���������: :  ,.''::/'   . y i-AftblilORT TAYLOI!;'"  - A lyOuin'li.l.OCATiON.  ���������  Coninicnciiig tit-a post planlod -oil this east ���������  bank of ICoos-ICa-Xox croek. sniitbsvcst cornbr  inarkotl "li.'l'." ni ie miles more or less from its  month, milning llionco libi-th SO chains, 1 bunco  east SU chains, tlionec south SOeliains, thence',  west,SO chains lo pkic'c.ol'commencement, . .-' .  Lociilcil the loth day of l-'chi'iiary, ISIIXI.   :     '.'. A  .-''". uoiiioiit 'i;avloi!.  KIKTir   LOOATIO.V. '    ;   A    '  Commencing, at upost plitnlcd onthc east  bank of Koos-Ka-N'ox crook, soiitliwosfconier  inarkotl --.I.SS'.SS'." live miles niore or less from  its mouth ami running llionco north ill 'chains  thonee cast .SO chains, thence south SO chains,  thence west So chains to place 'of coiiiinenccl  incut.   . ' i '���������'.���������"���������        Loaned the llth day of Kobruary, ma;  A'     A -  -.-"���������' " ' '    .1. SS". .WATSON.,  NOTICE.  rn.AKI' NO'l-ICK fhatlhiftytlaysarfcr tliife I  .1. inloiid to apply to the Chief Coiiiinisiionor  of Lauds and SS'orks IVn-iispccinl license locul,  and carry avvity Uinbui'.fi'oinlliofolIowiiightiidK  Coiiunoiiclng ata. post'mai-kcd "O. Dfoiofs  NSS' coi-nuf." sitiintcit on tho west liable of the  Columbia river adjoining ilurtdii City lOwnvifo  on lho south {anil i-iiniiing south 10 chains,  I.hoiiet: east. SO chains, thence iiiiiili 10 cliains,  llioin.-o weslSUlu tho point, of'cniiimciiccmciil..  tM.iviiring the prc-iaiiplinn of lino Angus Me-.  Lean, which wtus al'lei'wartls aliantloiicil by liini  Dated this Itilh tlay of Kobruai'V, IllOX    '  . ,  .1. II. DIIOLK/r.  $50 REWARD.  $"i0 i-ess-iii-d sviii be paid i'or such in-  'I'oi'inalion ,-is svill lead l,ti the |iei'soif  svbo svi'ott' the letter up'ieai'intr iii Ibe  issiit; of tlie Koolfiiny iSluil of Keb. Vl.li  signed lioliei't Tupping, svil.liuui. bi.s  aiithoi'ify. t  MS?  i&i������  11


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