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 ���������������-V*;  I      s  Vol. . XVI.  /AA^Z^^  t  r-S  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1910.  ,������    )J    T\ --'   'a   /11  . '.   .. k'..������')U.'.|  i!   -       //���������", "^ \      /"/'������������������-"J  s,^te~.."������������������I. B. (-"* ^c^  No. 39  '..���������' v  GREENWOOD,, B.C.,  \ .     (  /  - My-Stock- of -Dry,Goods, Ladies' Hats," Corsets,,  Dress1 GoodsJ Ginghams, Calicos, and'Fancy-Goods  of all kinds have just,arrived ancl  rowafeMwaiia^^  Shoes. Shoes  ������  Just arrived, our spring stock of  the famous Geo. A. Slater Invictiis  Shoes.    For ��������� comfort,   stylo  and  wear-these shoes cannot be beaten.  Drop in and have a look ot them��������� -  they speak'for themselves.*       *  '  ; We  also  carry , the   Beresford  Shoe; McKeen's Great West Shoe;  -   * ���������_ -   -���������-.���������' ,--���������?   ..    . .     -\ '  Williams'  Boys,  Smeltermen and.  Miners' Boots'; The Amos Holden  Smeltermen-'s Boots; and Leckie's  Famous Miners' Boots.   - --  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co,-  Hardware.      Groceries.    ,  Furnishings.    Crockery.  Passing Throng!  We have just received a shipment of-Clocks of  the very newest designs ��������� in Marbelized Wood,  Enameled Wood, aud Mission Finish. Also  Something    Very    Nifty , in   Mantle. Clocks.  h. LOGAN & GO.  -.'-- "'- '."* .. V Jeweler's; Greenwoo,d,JB<.C.;.. s-' a^-..  FURNITURE  .   Bought, Sold and Exchanged.  ���������  A. L. WHITE  " PHONE 16.  R JAYNES  Flakes  4Se a Package  Our Prices are  The Lowest  in the City  Pastry Baked Daily and Always Fresh.  Regular monthly meetirura of  ��������� Greenwood lodge No 28, A. F.  & A. M., are h������!i! on the first  Thursday in pm.1i month in Fraternity hall, Wood]-lock, Government  street, Green wood. Visiting brethren  are cordially inv'tt-d to attend.  JAS, s. BIItNIJS, Secretary,  sor no  The Windsor Hotel is one of the best furnished  hotels in the Wesfc ' It is located in tho heart of  Greenwood and within easy reach of all the" financial and commercial institutions of the Copper  Metropolis.' Heated with Bteam and lit by. electricity. Commodious sample rooms. The bar is  replete with all modern beverages, and the Cafe  never closes.    Kooms reserved by telegraph.  The Windsor Bo'tel Co.'     E. J. Car tier, Manager  *B81l������*lt--MIK*-^-^^ 8  PHOENIX BEER  is delicious in taste and free from impurities.   Order  a case or bottle at the "earliest opportunity;  Phoenix - Brewing - Co.  (Limited.)  The Pride of Western Canada. Phone 138,'Greenwood  Greenwood .Miners.'  Union, No. 22,' W.  F M., meets every  Saturday .evening in Union Hall, Cop-  per'street, Greenwood, at 7:30.  Also in hall aV Mother Lode mine  Fridav evenings at 7:30.  GEO. HEATHERTON, Secretary  Take your-Repairs to  A D. MORRISON  Grand Forks, the Leading  of the Boundary District  CITY  BB**-gga-i-*-fg^^  HP1  PHOENIX, B. C.  ��������� - i .     '  Is opposite tbe Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for tlie weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  run thr6ugh.,'ihie'''eritire!:'bou6e,:i'an4.lbatbroonis are ail-  ways at the service of tbose in search of material  cleanliness. The dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  , while the artiBlic appointment of the liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  ���������:)}'��������� garden,  "Thesample rooms are the largest in the inonn-  .tains.and a pleasure to drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL        r       -       PROPRIETOR  SKa������TOi^flS������^  JBaggage transferred to  any part of the City. Furniture moved to any part of  the District. General Dray-  ing of all kinds.  SIDNEY OLIVER.  Get. your Raze rs Honed j  and your Baths at  Frawiey's  Barber . .  Shop, Greenwood,  i09(BO<M^9C0MMM0ae<M)M4^eO99M00MMMMC<>Mfl  James Buchanan & Go's  BL.ACEC AR8D WHBTE, AMD)  GREENWOOD LIQUOR  GO:  ? IMPQRJERS, GREENWOpD, B. 0.    |  MERCHANT TAILOR  Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and  Repaired.  Dry Cleaning a Specialty.  GREENWOOD, B, 0.  ���������   R. J".-Gardner has moved from  Phoenix to Grand Forks.  Mrs. Simmons will return from  California upon Saturday.  Big Andy Johnson-will bo pleased  to see you when you are in Phoenix.  Norman McLellan,- formerly of  Sandon has gone north. ���������  -  Ernie Miller, M. P. P. was in the  city this week; -���������'      .  At his store in Phoenix Al Alm-  strom is showing a Hue line of-wall  papers.���������       -    -  John Mclnnis and Neil McBetb  arrived In Fort George a few days  ago.  The usual monthly, dance will  be held nt the Hotel-Ladysmith  next Monday evening. ,  Another furnace will be added  to the number now-iu action at tbe  local smelter. '���������*.".  .Charles Summers and Billy McMillan have goneito Spokane to  look for a fortune!  The many stringers now being  cut in the Argb tunnel indicate  that a body:of ore is cloBe at hand.  Franklin Wilson has secured the  contract for running an upraise at  the Whitewater mine in the Slocan.  At the City. Studio upon Dead-  wood street John H. James is prepared to** do all kinds of photographic work.     ���������   -.  For the fiscal yearjending March  31 the customs collections in Greenwood were" 847,006.17* inland revenue, 15,480:i9.  J. H. Willcox arrived in the  city last Saturday to take a position upon1" Greenwood's leading  excitement. , '  "Sandy" Cameron died in Vancouver last month from pneumonia.  He was formerly in the livery business at Kaslo and Greenwood.  Dr. F. N. Robertson camo in  from Alberta a few days ago to  practice his profession' iu company  with Dr. MacLean.    ���������'  In Boundary Falls' the Smeller  Hotel is filled, with boarders. E.  O. Lewis - is an hotel man who  knows how to please ithe public.  ' S*" V "��������� '   - *  "' Last 'Sunday^the^Iother Lode  defeated Greenwood in a game of  baseball by a score of 19 to 12.  The weather was too chilly for  good ball.  Ola Lofstad. the energetic proprietor of the Hotel Ladvsmith has  cleaned' up the lot adjoining his  hostelry iu order to make more  room for tho football players.  Previous to' his departure for  Victoria the many friends of J. P.  McLeod preseuted him with a gold  watch. Mrs. McLeod was also the  recipient of several elegant presents  including a purse of gold.  John H. James has returned to  Greenwood and opened the City  Studio on Deadwood street. He  is prepared to do photographic  work of all kinds and invites the  public to call and inspect samples.  In Chinatown last week the  store of Fook Le<? &Co. was burned  out. No insurance. The prompt  and effective services of the fire  brigade saved the balance of the  Chinks from hunting another home.  In Phoenix R. V. Chisholm "has  leased the Summit building on  Knot Hill Avenue and will have  his license transferred from thc  Alexandra. His new hotel will be  called the Queens and it is located  in the heart of the city.  Beginning with May the merchants of Greenwood will close  their stores every Wednesday  afternoon,, until September 1st.  All the merchants with tho exception of ono signed the agreement  to that effect during the past week.  At a distance of 262 feet from  tho portal of the tunnel at the  coal mine at Midway a seam of  coking coal, mixed with shale has  been struck. Tho seam is over  four feet wide and the striking of  it has raised quite an excitement  in Greenwood where many peoplo  hold stock in the enterprise. It is  expected that another seam will bo  struck when the tuunel is in 300  Two furnaces at the Greenwood  smelter are to be lengthened ten  feet in order.to treat the ore from  tho mines of the New Dominion  Copper Co. ' The' work will be  finished in June and-then the B.  C. Copper Co. will be able to smelt  from 2,500 to 3,000 tons of on-  daily. It is expected that bv next  July the Rawhide miue will be  shipping 1,000 tous or more daily  to the smelter.  i .  J. W. Grier, who has been connected with the Boundaiy press j  since its inceptiou leaver this week  for New Denver. In the Lucerne  of North America ho will found  the fifteenth Slocan paper. This,  requires nerve for all the others  have died or moved away. Jim  should succeed iu his new home.  Ho is well-known, industrious, a  clever writer and an excellent  printer. He has au army of friends  iu this district who exclaim in the  words of Whitcomb Riley, "Good  bye Jim, and take keer of yerself V  | Western Float  V: J. Finucane sold a Princeton  lot last week.  Granite Creek post-office has been  made a money order ollije.  Efforts are being made to establish a hospital in Princeton.  Flumbors in Vancouver get 6<3 a  day and work eight hours.  Keremeos is shouting for a fire  brigade.       '  Progress on the (J. T. P.  - Mr. W. J. Stewart, of the contracting firm of Foiey,-Larsen &  Stewart, left' Winnipeg recent! j',  for the West, and although he  would not express an opinion, it is  expected that his firm will get the  contract for the gap, extending  from the top of the summit westward 400 miles, where the same  firm's contract of 245 miles running up'from Prince Rupert is met  with. To date 5,000 men are engaged on the section* 320 miles west  of Edmonton, aud on the 245 miles  eastward from the Pacific, and a  great many more will be put bn  during the coming snjamer.  Tho manager states that 1912  will see tbe road open for traffic  through the mountains, and enough  is now known as to the distance  through the Pass, a distance of GO  miles, to justify Mr. Stewart's saying that there is room for twenty  sets of rails.  The most surprising part of his  statement, however, is to the effect  that the Mackenzio & Mann*sur-  vey fairly hugs the Grand Trunk  Pacific from Edmonton westward,  a distance of 350 miles. The two  lines will-be practically in sight of  each other for all that distance.  ���������-���������r'*--A-Cro6d-Hotel. '���������- -,-���������-  A. Good was in Spokane recently  and the Chronicle talks about him  as fellows :  " He is proprietor of a hotel at  Crow's Nest, B. C, on the summit  of theRocky mountains. When it  rains the water falling on the east  roof of his hotel flows to the Atlantic ocean, and that which falls  on the west roof goes to the Pacific.  " Mr. Good is in Spokane at  present in the interest of certain  coal and oil lands in British Columbia.  "Mr. Good also boasts of one  of tbe best zoological exhibits in  British Columbia. Surrounding  his hotel iu enclosed spaces he has  specimens of practically all the wild  animala of Canada, as well as animals from the tropics.  ���������'There the alligator and the  seal consort together in a water  tank, while the polar bear playfully makes frieuds with monkeys.  Yesterday C.  a   house   and  avenue.  F. Stork purchased  lot   on Kimberley  Tbe latest designs in wall papers  can be seeu at Cole's Book store.  feet.  The K and H cigar has jumped  into prominence through the excellent flavor of the tobacco out of  which it is made.  ARR00HG6PR6Rt  In addition to our Merchant Tailoring business, we  have installed a line of high-grade, READY TO  _ WEAR CLOTHING fol' men������ made by the  Fit Reform, a.brand known throughout Canada, for  *it3 excellence in ready-to-wear clothing. It will  pay you to' see this clothing in selecting your spring  suit, ��������� VVe make any..alterations necessary- All suits  pressed before sending out.  Merchant Tailer.     >     ,,    .".,'.. 1'..:.'".?'. '-.-.. * -    rf"*rtr������ir������rtti':.���������!*���������  Frank B. Kellog severely scored  the Standard Oil company.recently  at Washington in an argument before the supreme court of the dissolution of tho so-called trust.  " They have waived the black flag  over the laud as others have done  over the ocean," he said.. "Do 1  deny they have demonstrated their  ability? No. They havo competed with an ability unequalled  iu this country. With its ramifications, its influence and its money  power, give it carte blanche, let it  combine, as Mr. Watson suggests,  and let it cut prices as Mr. Mil-  burn speaks about, aud I predict-  it .will control every industry in  this country in ten years, yea, iu  five years. "What makes a great  country ? -Not corporations. It is  the individual; the independent  proprietor with the star of hope  that has always . been held out to  man before him. Your honors, it  is but a step from combination to  Socialism, and but another from  socialism to anarchy."   .  A club in Vancouver known as  tbe Vancouver Stock Exchange  was recently raided by tbe police,  who charged twelve men with  gambling. Nelson and Sandon  seem to be about tho only places iu  B. C. where the. police do not  break in and grab the chips.  A new town on the Fraser is  called after Dm Mmn.  Dr. Mu "-smaii, from Oxford,  England, will practise in Nakusp.  McDougall & Haigh have bought  the Grand hotel iu Nakusp.  .The municipal  clerk  in Penticton receives a salary of $50 a month.  At Sicamous the C. P. R. is adding forty bedrooms to its hotel.  The Cowichan Leader has been  bought by a syndicate.  Captain Foster is building a new  hotel at Soda Creek.  An effort is being made to abolish  the saloons in Nelson!  P. Burns & Co. will open' shops  in Nicola and Merritt.  Winnipeg men will build a railway in Rpgina.  The Revelstoke police are to  have new uniforms.  Morris Fitzgerald of Revelstoke  is missing in the Big Bend.  In Grand Forks P. D. McDonald  was fined $20 for a violation of the  liquor license act.  A big strike of low-grade copper  ore has been made in Highland  valley.  J. S. H. Matson has bought tbe  Vancouvej News-Advertiser ^ for  8200,000.  There were 230 deaths in Vancouver for the first three months of  this year.  George Chataway has formed a  company to work his claims in  Highland valley.  The Doukhobors have secured a  contract to build 30 miles of the  G. T. P. railway near Yorkton.  _In Toronto fresh ; eggs were 50  cents'a dozen this-winter. -Almost  as high as in the West/  A farmer in Alberta "was fined  825 for keeping a horse that strayed  to his place without advertising.  Iu Trail . the city council ig  planting elm and maple trees for  shade producers.  The C. P. R. has laid the track  with 85-pound steel rails between  Smelter Junction and Rossland.  Bigney Bros, are starting a dairy  at Merritt. They bought a carload  of Jersey cows in Spokane.  In'the past fiscal year the Vancouver postoflice sold $254,000  worth of stamps.  The city of Victoria is paying  610.000 to have its books audited.  A million-dollar steel hotel will  be built in Vancouver by San  Fraucisco men.  It is proposed to change the  name of North Vancouver lo Lonsdale.  In the Similkameen diamond  drilling is being done on the Nickel  Plate.  Henry Avery, Jr., and Miss  Eliza Carson were married in  Princeton a few days ago.  Another sawmill is to be built at  New Westminster. It will cost  6250,000 and saw 75,000 feet daily.  For smuggling opium a Chinese  fireman" was seut to jail for three  months in Vancouver.  Vernon and Kamloops will have  two strong lacrosse teams this season.  J. H. Bloom, a Victoria barber,  died last week from ptomaine  poisoning caused by eating tinned  oysters.  A. MeKinnon has arrived in  Fort George. He is the carpenter  who put up tho first hotel in Nelsou.  It is 100 miles from Quesnpl to  Fort George, and it cost-* from 640  to $100 to make the t:ip over a  bad road.  The News is tho name of a new  town to be. siarted at Bassaua.  Alta. Bugle would boa good name  if tho town WuS called bazoo.  ,Salb and asphalt deposits, have  been    located, in   the   Mackenzie,  river  basiu   by  a Vancouver com-  pa������y. , ",-*���������,',  Letter Patrick says ho will play  no more hockey in the east unless  he goe* with Nelson or Edmonton  to'assist them lo  grab  the trophy.  After a recent visit of Chief Bun- -  bury to  Keremeos the red  lights  and  the Chinamen .vamoosed tho  camp. ��������� ' - '  W. F. La'ie, who was bornJn  B. G. 09 years ago, died last week  at St. James, Man. lie bad been  postmaster in that town for 32  years. -'.'''  For selling glassware  to the ho- -  tels iu  Trail   without   a  license,  Fred Brown of Toronto  was'lined  650 and costs.    Trail seems bound  to protect its merchants.  Dick  Clark, formerly of Nelson,  has been appointed by the heirs of  John   Houston   lo  take   editorial,  and  general  charge   of tbe   Fort"  George Tribune. The paper is now  making over SI,000 a mouth.  In Fernie the court failed . to  convict the baud of Chinamen who '  were arrested for playing fan-tan.  It was likely eom-e form of religi'm-*  worship that the police mistook for  gambling.  The Dunsmuir coal-mines at Na-  naimo are being examined by experts for Mackenzie & Mann." If  the examination proves satisfactorn  the mines will be sold for $11,000,*"-'  ooo: ' -     -'--���������' ���������'  -   "*       J  Perry and Charles Piuker atd  S. E. Van Buskard arrived in Fort  George a few days ago. They  drove all the way from Kamloops  and were 25 days ou tbe road.  They had a moving picture machine aud gave shows at various  pob-ts along the route. The pioneer showmen had a sack of money  when tbey arrived in Fort George.  'City Council.  All members of the City Council  wero present at the niejting a week  ago last night.  Superintendent Miller and -several other C.P.R. officials weio  present in reference to a water  supply for tbe C.P.R. locomotives.  A.fter discussion tho Couucil was  asked to submit x~ rate for a daily,  supply of 20,000, 30,'000"of "40,000-  gallons.  Mr. Jenks made an offer to put  up what buildings he required,  clear, crop aud fence 24- acres every  year as rental of the. city farm."  Aid. McKee objected to any pigs  being kept on' the farm. Aid.  Suthcrlaud was appointed to examine into the matter.  A letter from J. P. McLeod, resigning his position as city solicitor  was read.  Moved by Aid. Craig, seconded  by Aid. Buckless that the resignation of Mr. McLeod, due to his  acceptance of a responsible government position be accepted. That  this Council in accepting such resignation takes this opportunity of  expressing their appreciation of the  able services rendered by Mr. McLeod during the several years he  has been the city's solicitor.   -  That the council extends to Mr.  McLeod their best wishes in the  responsible position he is accepting;  and wish him and Mrs. McLeod  happiness in their new home; and  that tbe council directs this rea-  olution to be entered upon its  minutes and a copy thereof under  the common seal of the city be sent  to Mr. and Mrs. McLeod. Carried.  The fhe chief was instructed to  examine some stovepipes at the-  rear of tho premises occupied by  P. Burns & Co.  The city clerk- ancl driver wero  instiucted to receive no lumber  that was not up to the standard.  The clerk was' instructed to notify Mr. Garland that unless tho  account for the lire at bis property  was paid forthwith the fire depart-  mi nt would respond to no more  calls from Anaconda.  Jerome McDonel offered $35.0 for  the barn and lot in the rear of tho  Clarendon Hotel. Tin? offer was  refused but the .'council decided t'>  accept a ^rental of $10 monthly for  the property.'  A. S. Black was appointed city'  solicitor at a salary of S-lO a tiDtitb.  The assessor received notic* to  make and complete the assessment  roll for 1010, and leturn it iiot  later than April 11 tii.  Prince Rupert, hitherto regarded  as a model new city, is at present  wide open. According to The Optimist, the rattle of the boues, the  clink of tho red, white aud blue  celluloid, tho w'hirr of the roulette  wheel, and the silken rustle of the  women, in rouge are continuous  !-3ia:H������^immTOgCT  UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED  This Garden Hose is ..Moulded not Wrapped,'  and will outlast any other brand. Carried in.  both \ and ������ inch, and cut to any length. " \  TkHMTER-KENBRICKCo.,Ltd. \  SOLHJ DISTRIBUTORS.       :  r ' 1  THE   LEDGE,   GREENWOOD,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.  SER II TEARS.  Cast Down by the News of His  Second Cousin's Death.  MRS. BOWSER FAILS TO WEEP  Increased Gas Bill and a Sudden Meeting With the Butcher Cause the Living to Forget the Dead, and a Free  Fight Follows Sorrow.  By    M.    QUAD.  'Copyright,   1900.   by  Associated  Literary  Press.!  R. BOWSER didn't kick the  Kate opoii when bo cume up  to dinner tho other evening,  nor did he juin his key into  tlio door and twibt nnd jam and rattle  the knob. On tho contrary, ho opened  nnd shut tho gate tenderly, and his entrance of the house was almost as soft  ns a siiowllnlce. Mrs. Bowser came  forward with a puzzled look on her  face, and ho silently handed her a telegram lie had received in the afternoon.  It had been sent from a town in Indiana, and it read:  "Moses passed away at 9 o'clock this  morning."  "Anil wlio Is Moses?" was asked as  the telegram was returned.  "My second cousin."  "And ho is dead?"  "As you sco.   l'oor Moses!"  "Hut I didn't know you had a second  cousin named Moses. 1 am sure 1 never heard you speak of him since we  were married."  "I don't always speak of all my relatives. No husband ever does. I can't  say that I have written to Moses or  heard of him for tlie Inst twenty  years, but he has now departed this  life, and it has cast a shadow over  me."  "But wc are invited over to Greens'  tonight to a euchre party."  "We'll have to put it off. It would  be awful to sit (here and order up tho  tin nil) with poor Moses ready for the  grave."  Mr. Bowser led tho way down into  the diniflg room, but as he sat at table  BOWSE1S AND SECOND COCSIN MOSEAS BOYS.  he simply sipped his tea and leaned his  head on his hand and sighed.  "I don't exactly understand this  case." saiil Mrs. Bowser after a bit.  "You had a second cousin named  Moses?"  "And he's no more," was pathetically answered.  "You hadn't seen or heard of him  for twenty years?"  "And he must have laid it up against  mo when dying."  "Fudge! lie could have found your  address if lie had wanted to very badly.  I presume lie had forgotten all about  you. People don't generally shed tears  over the death of second cousins."  "But you���������you know how tender  hearted I am. I hope Moses didn't  think I was mad at him. Poor, poor  Moses!"  Bowser Advised to Eat His Dinner.  "You'd better eat your dinner, jnst  the same. Tlie Greens will surely expect us, and I wish you'd go. You  can't help Moses any by staying homo  nnd feeling bad."  "P.ut I've got to. It's my duty to  feel bad. Moses and I used to go in  swimming together, and he used to  show.me the scar on his leg where a  dog bit him. You can finish your dinner, nnd I'll go upstairs."  Mrs. Kowser saw that it -was useless  to say any more just then, but had  hopes that the fit would pass off within the hour. Sho was disappointed iu  this. She went up to find him feeling  nil broken up and his tears falling, and  he greeted her with:  "And Moses used to let me play on  his mouth organ!"  "Yes?"  "And he'd always give me his apple  cores."  "Noble Mopps!"  "Do you think Iip asked for mp when  he knew lhat he must die?"  "No. 1 don't. lie had more important things on his mind."  "But we used lo slide down hay-  Btacks together."  "Yes, and what of it? Mr. Bowser,  you are taking on worse than a little  girl over the death of her dolly. Moses  may have been a second cousin, but  be was n stranger to you. after all. I  shouldn't  have thought of telegraDb-  mg In in It it was your Ceain."  "But he'd have shed tears over mi������  If ymi hud. Moses had awfully ten-  der feelings, tie used to weep when  a goose died."  "Well, haven't we dlscu.--.scd Moses  Vnough? lie won't know that yon  ���������iiv weeping over hlin."  "But he will, Mrs. Bowaer���������he will  ".loses has ili.ate-i upward awl Is looU-  ing down on me this very _minute. It  will please him to think I am feeling  bad."  Mrs. Bowser toi-k up a bonk and began to reud, aud Mr. Bowser sat and  sighed for five minute:-.   Then he said:  "Moses froze his nose one winter."  No reply.  "And lie broke through the ice once."  No reply.  "And one time he and I stole two  turkey eggs."  No reply.  "Mrs. Bowser. I'd like to go over to  Greens' with you. but Moses is no  moi-o. I might get to thinking of it as  1 was playing cards and break right  down and cry like a child."  "Oh. I have given up going. We  have got to stay home and talk about  Moses. Why did you wait until ho  was dead before ever mentioning his.  name?"  ������������������I diinnn, nnd Unit's what makes me  feci so had. I ought to havo been  talking about him all the time. Do you  think ho forgave me before he drew  ills last breath?"  A Walk Around the Block Suggested.  "1   think you'd  bettor take a, walk  around   the  block and  try  to  forgot  Moses."  Kor tlio next four or five minutes Mr.  Bowser had the advi.-e under consideration and was silent. Then he began shaking his head in a mournful  way and said:  "I'd go out for a walk, but suppose I  commenced  crying on  the street.    A  policeman might come along, and when  I   told  him that  Moses  was dead  he  might haul off und  hit me one.    No;  I'lf stay right here and feel ns bad as  I can.   There is no one here to see my  t"ars but you. aud you understand me."  "What did this Moses do for a living?"   asked   Mrs.   Bowser   after  another long silence.  "Nothing.'1 guess."  "But  wasn't  he a  fanner or something?"  -  "I guess uot. He was so good thnt  I guess he just silt around and thought  of angels. -lie found a grasshopper  once with the consumption, and ho  took him home aud cured Jiim. That's  the kind or a boy Moses was."  "I see. but 1*11 go upstairs for awhile  and give you time to get over this.   I  hope you haven't got any more second  cousins."  "I've got ten more."  "Then give mo a list of their names,  and  I'll  write them  to try to outlive  you."  Gas Bill and ths Butcher End All.  She passed upstairs, and after a few-  more sighs Mr. Bowser began pacing  the room.   As lie passed the fireplace  he noticed the gas bill for the month  on tho mantel.   He picked it up, looked  nt tho figures, started back nnd then,  hastening down the hall, called up the  stairway:  "By tlie great horn spoon, woman,  but what does tills moan?"  "What is it?" was answered.  "The gas bill is a dollar more than  for last month!"  "Well, the days are shorter, aren't  they?"  "Shorter! Shorter: Woman, you  must explain. Yon have been burning  gas in tlie daytime to spite me!"  "You must have got over fooling bad  about Moses. I'll be down in a few  minutes."  But he couldn't wait. lie got into  his overcoat, clapped his hat on and  rushed outdoors and.down the street,  the bill fluttering in his hand. Iu the  middle of the block he met his family  butcher. Visions of- tough steaks and  pounds of bones rose before him. and  with a wild warwlioop he sailed in.  Mrs. Bowser heard the whoop and  knew that Moses was forgotten. Raising a sash,' she looked out. There  was snow on the ground, and amid a  whirl of it were two human figures Iu  a death grapple. Bowser's grief was  a thing of the past.  Springs.  A City of Boilin  Ciit'lbbi'.d has b..-i;ii uiiiiuiously du-  bCuLvd ...s bi-i.ig buat un mu lid ul ti  boning JieUio, i.wcii la t.liiiual litt-mi-  Ly Uu*., aa u Simula on a ciusi oi uum-  paiuLivo luiiiucbb, through which rise  rtjvvial miiioiai spiingh. Tne moat  c.buiK.i.iit una most us'.'d of these  ajjiii.gb ib tne Sprudel, which , Uid-  ijucufciis j.iS'j.iA/0 guuons a day of van-  uu' uiuyjidares. 'His- wat^r 01 tne  iivi tpiiiigs litis bseu lamous ior more  tuau a cjiituiy as a "euro" ior vtin-  Oiia cuinpiMius, and tne toivxi can  Loany i..,. ays buuoi oi its ruym viai-  ioi-o uuiiiiji   Uil:  season, nom  Iviay   1  IN PAIN FOR YEAH  ������������������FBUIT-A-TIVES" BRINGS  BELIEF  Primer of Life.  He prayed for lair weather, then  ne t-iomou bjcauaj the siiiilignt wuu  so iia/;z.i.'.giy bngnt it bhiiued him.  I'hen rain was lus petition, and lie  growlcu bjcause lie imd to climb a  uill io ke<jp iiooi ciowning. And  then Uiu angola ivhiapeiou: "It wnt  iiov.il uo io ������e..d a iiiiii-iCaiU! to biovv  mat lllali 10 lii_aV'vJU, iui n \\c gdVU  linn u. iiurp lie n yiOvvi u.-cauoo he nau  10 piny ii. A oi-ovwi wujiu bo too  iiuavy ior linn lo cany, aim he'd say  that nuiiuy didn t u^iim wun hlni  aim tint*. uiiiiV waa vvi.tor in the  iiuik."  Wise   Boy.  According to Tne Boston Transcript,  tho tei.ciior oi an east liu.iUjn piiuiary  bcliooi nas recently givn.g nor cnurgca  instruction on coin*.  "W'hicn would >ou rather have���������a  dollar or two hall utiiltus?" she aakoii.  A Hebrew boy oi aovv.i piumpuy responded tnat no wou.d propel two  halves.  "Why?"  he was  asked.  "Because," ho i..-piiou, 'if you lone  one jou've got the oilier."  An intuitive application of the oh  pj-ocept, "Don't pui ail ^o^r v^&c u.  one basket."  Holds Travelling Record  .Tunics J. Hill probably lias the longdistance record for travel in recent  years. He is (he great trunscouti-  neiifalist. He has" an oflico in New  York, iiiiotlioer in St.. I'liul, and a  third on the Pacific. He is constantly  moving from one to the other, looking  after the ' financial interests of his  road in the e;.st and its physical interests in the we������t. It wns Mr. Hill  whom Grover Cleveland credited with  greater foresight in economic mutters  than any other man in public or business life.  MRS. FRANK CAT0N  Frankville, Out., Sept. 27, 1909.  "I suffered for years from headachei  and pain in the back, and I consulted  doctors and took every remedy obtainable without any relief. Then I began  taking "Fruit-a-tives", tlie famoSis fruit  juice tabids, and this was the only  medicine that ever did me any real good."  I took several boxes altogether, and  now I am entirely well of all my dreadful headaches and backaches".  (Signed) MRS. 1'K.ANK EATON.'  Jjoca box, 6 for $2.50 or trial box, 25c.  At dealers or from l'ruit-a-tivcs Limited,  Ottawa.  The Ambiguous Cook  Mrs. DuAysker���������"Did your cook  leave on account of the extra 15 cents  a week that the Razor woman offered  her?"  Mrs. Van Holmer���������"I can't tell. Sho  said she-was going to leave because  she wanted the change and T don't  know whether she meant the mo iey cr  the new place."  Just the Job for Her  Employer���������What we want is a  night watchman that watches���������somebody who can sleep with one eye open and both ears, and who is not  afraid to tackle unyllii lg.   See.?  Applicant.���������I see, boss; I'll send me  wife around.���������Ally Sloper's.  If the little ones are obliged to wear  glasses, see that they are taken off  two or throe times a clay and polished.  New flannels must alwuys be washed in two lathers. There is a certain  amount of dress to get out before the  dirt will remove.  Do not bang doors and clump about  noisily. If you do not respect the  nerves of the family, consider hinges  and floors.  Stains on mirrors and window glass  may be removed by rubbing with spirits of camphor, which leaves a bril-  liant polish.  The father who sets bad examples  should not be surprised if his son gets  busy and hatches them out.  Minard's  Liniment    Cures    Dandruff.  Wanted Too  Much .  She���������Why, when I married you you  said that 1 could do everything that  my  heart could  desire.  He���������I never dreamed you had. such  big heart.  Now, Pat," said 11 magistrate to an  old offender, "what brought you here  again?" "Two policemen, sor," was  the laconic reply. "Drunk, I suppose?" queried the magistrate. "Yes,  sor," said Pat; "both av thim."  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  VOICE F  NOVA SCOTIA  STATES    THAT    DODD'S    KIDNEY  PILLS SURELY  CURES  BRIGHT'S  DISEASE.  "Is he an eloquent talker-V'  "No,   not  exactly  eloi'1u,_'iit,  but he  can deliver a forceful speech if he has  a table handy    to    pound . now and  then."  Many patent medicines havo come  and gone, but Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup continues to occupy a foremost place among remedies for coughs'  and colds, and as a preventive of-decay of the lungs. It is a standard  medicine' that widens its sphere of usefulness year by year. If you aro in  need of something to rid yourself of a  cough or cold, you cannot do better  than try Bickle's Syrup.  Cecil���������You told your mamma I was  awfully sorry for having made an  idiot of myself last night, didn't you?  What did she say?  -  Edna���������Said she hadn't noticed anything unusual.  Elite J. Mirk Suffered from This Terrible Ailment for Four Years, but  Dodd's Kidney Pills Made Her a  Well Woman.  Miscou Harbor, Gloucester Co., N.  3. (Special).���������-That any remedy that  will cure Bright's Disease will cure  any form of Kidney Disease has long  been admitted by tlie medical profession, and this place furnishes one  more undoubted proof that Dodd's  Kidney Pills will cure Bright's' Disease. For Ellie J. Mirk, well known  here, had Blight's Disease, and Dodd's  Kidney Pills cured- her.  "1 "suffered for over four years from  Kidney Disease which developed into  Bright's Disease," Miss Mirk states.  "I had pains in head and hack and  stiffness of tho joints. I lost my appetite and suffered from dizziness and  shortness of breath. I was weak and  languid all-the time.  "I was always nervous and could  not keep' my thoughts from wandering.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured 1110. Today I have not one of these distressing  symptoms."  Neglected Kidney Complaint develops into Bright's Disease, Heart Disease or Diabetes. Dodd's Kidney Pills  cure any and all of these. But it's  easier ancl safer to cure the earlier  symptoms by using Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  Bound to Recover  Patient���������"Tell me candidly, Doc, do  you think I'll pull through?"-  Doctor���������"Oh, you're bound to get  well���������you can't help yourself. The  Medical Record shows that out of one  hundred eases like yours, I per cent,  invariably recovers. I've treated 99  cases, and every one of them died.  Why, man alive, you can't die if you  try! There's no humbug in statistics."���������Lippincott's.  Mothers Feel Safe  With Baby's Own Tablets  Mothers who have used Ruby's Own  Tablets say they feel safe when they  have this'medicine in the house, as  the Tablets are a never-failing cure  for tho ills of babyhood and childhood.  And the mother lias the guarantee of  a government analyst that this medicine, contains no poisonous opiates.  Mrs. Walter Br.rr, Mountain Grove,  Ont., says:--"My little boy suffered  terribly from teething and from constipation. Nothing 1 gave him did  tlie least good until I gave him Baby's  Owii"Tablets ancl these brought him  speedy relief. Every mother -of  young children should keep the Tablets in the home." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Broekville, Ont.  "Oh, mc lady, mo lady, I have lost  little Master Algernon in the park."  "Good heavens. Why didn't you tell  a policeman at once?"  "Hut, me lady. I���������I was speaking  to one when Master Algernon was  losing hisself."  Corns cannot exist when Holloway's  Corn Cure is applied to them, because  it goes to the root and kills the growth.  "Father's trip abroad did - him so  much good," said the self-made man's  daughter. "Ho looks better, feels better, and as for appetite���������honestly, it  would do your heart good to hear him  eat."���������Everybody's.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns,  Etc.  A new machine, which is called -a  "mole," digs an eight-foot hole under  the surface of the earth without the  necessity of opening a trench.  Lifebuoy soup is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequalled.  Cleanses and purifies. tf  Sure Enough.  Brother Wagstaff (rumiuntingly)-I  won'er what de fust plug hat was invented for?  Brother Sockett���������Well, uh ��������� good  Lav.d. sah-if "t wuzn't for plug hats'  what would dom white tragendiums  an' nlggifr preachers w'ar on deir  heads?���������Puck.  0IATT. Of Omo CITT OP TOLEDO, J  LucAa County. f "���������  Frank J. Cheney mnkes oath that he Is scnloi  partner ot the (Inn ot F. J. Cheney A Co., doing  business In the City of Tolrda. County and State  fttorraald, and that salil Arm will pay the sum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every  case of t'ATAHi'.n that caauot be cured by tbe use ot  U&U/S Catakuii Coin:.  FRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before mc and aubtcrlbcJ In my presence,  this 6th day ol December, A. D.. \m.  I -~*��������� I A. W. GLEASON.  I i^i I NOTAIIY PUBLIC  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takrn Internally ������>!d ni"  directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot t  lyatem.  Seud for testimonials, free.  - F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledi-  Bold by all Drunglsts, 75c.  Take Hairs Family rills for constipation.  "Yes, the poor fellow had three doctors attending him."  "Is that so? And couldn't they find  out which one killed him?"  Rural Pastirres . ,  Subscriber���������Hello,  central!    There's  some one  listening to our conversation.   Mrs. Talkufast and I can scarcely hear each other.  :,Central���������I - don't think so, madam.  I've been listening for ten minutes to  see if I could detect any one doing tt.���������  Boston Herald.  No child should be allowed to suffer  an hour from worms when prompt relief can be got in a simple but strong  remedy���������Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.    ���������  Lights Out  Girley���������Stephen acted as if he was  afraid to go home in the dark.,  Daddy���������Hasn't the 3,-ime courage for  tho street that he has when calling3  Rut n woman can't be arrested  holding up her own train.  for  Little drops of scandal,  Little grains of rot,  Make a famous novel,  Out of what ia not.  Early Iron Works.  In 1C."58 Ca'ptaln Thomas Clarke, in  company with John Wlnthrop and others, put in operation an "Iron worke"  at New Haven, Conn. This enterprise  embraced a blast furnace aud a refinery forge.  India's Salt Tax.  Representing an average annual payment of 2'/4 pence per head, u tax on  salt Is one of the sources of England's  revenue in Fmliu  BILIOUSNESS  ������������������   is certainly one of the-most disagreeable ailments which flesh is  heir to. Coated tongue���������bitter  taste in tho mouth���������nausea���������dizziness��������� these combine to make life a  burden. Thc cause is a disordered  liver���������the cure Dr. Morse's Indian  Root Pills. They go straight to  the root of the trouble, put tho  liver right, cleanse the stomach  and bowels, clear the tongue and  take away the bitter taste from the  mouth. At the first sign of biliousness take  SOFT, WHITE  HANDS  May  be Obtained in One Night  For preserving the hands as well as  for preventing redness, roughness, and  chapping and imparting that velvety  softness much desired by women Cuti-  curu Soap and assisted by Cuticura  Ointment, is believed to be superior  to all other skin soaps." For those who  work in corrosive liquids, or at occupations which tend to injure the  hands, it is invaluable.  One Night Treatment.���������Bathe ancl  soak the. hands on retiring in a strong,  hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap.  Dry and aimint freely with Cuticura  Ointment. Wear during the night old  loose gloves, to protect tho clothing  Irom stain. For red, rough, and chapped hands, dry, fissured, itching, feverish palms, and shapeless nails with  painful finger ends, thin treatment is  most effective.  The prouder a man can be of having  done his duty the madder he usually  was when he was doing it.  On Sale Everywhere.���������There may bo  country merchants who do not keep  Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, though they  are few and far between, and these  may suggest that some other oil is  just as good. There is nothing so good  as a liniment or as an internal medicine in certain cases. Take no other.  The demand for it shows that it is the  only popular oil.  Visitor���������Can you tell me where Mr.  Greencorn's cottage! is?  Country Youth���������I can for a nickel.  Visitor���������Here you are; now where  is it,  Country Youth���������It's burned down.���������  Chicago Record-Herald.  DR.  INDIAN  MORSE'S  ROOT    PILLS  "Why in emigrating to America have  you planned to leave your youngest  son behind?"  "Oh, I guess he'll follow later. He  has just been appointed cashier in a  Berlin bank.���������Mergendorfer Blaettor.  Impurities of the Blood Counteracted.���������Impurities in the blood come  from defects in the. action of the liver.  They aro revealed by pimples and unsightly blotches on tho skin. They  must be treated inwardly, and for this  purpose there is no more effective  compound..to be used than Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills. They act directly on  the liver and by setting up healthy  processes have a beneficial effect upon  the blood, so that impurities are eliminated.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������My daughter, 13 years  old, was thrown from a sleigh and injured her elbow so badly it remained  stiff and very painful for three years.  Four bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT completely cured her and she  has not been troubled for two years.  Yours truly,  J. B. LIVESQTJE.  St. Joseph, P.O., 18th Aug., 1900.  '  Bread is not the musical composer's  only staff pf life.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE  BROMO  QUININE.    Look for the ''signature of E.  W. GROVE.   Used the world over to  Cure a'Cold in One Day.  A  Valuable  Scheme  Sir Thomas Shnugliiiessy's new plan  for the encouraging of settlement in  the west contemplates the building of  homes on the land that is for sale and  the placing in them of first-class British farmers who have the money with  which to buy such property. This  ought to got into the CQiintry some excellent people. Many a farmer may  It-.- prepared to take up a prepared  farm who would not care to begin on  up. absolute waste.���������Toronto Mail and  Empire  The technical committee of the  Royal Automobile Club of Great  Uritain has been asked to consider the  expediency of undertaking a test of  motor bonis on similar lines to those  adopted in the recent head lamp  trials, in order that motorists may  "gain information as to the most effective and least objectionable form  of warning instruments for general  use."  First Guest���������Has Mrs. Weeds ever  been disappointed in love?  Second Guest���������No. She . always  married for money. '  HELP  THE  CHILDREN  OUT  The trouble and annoyance which  they cause, you by their involuntary  failings at night is not usually their  fault, but tbe result of constitutional  weakness. Write Mrs. Summers, Box  77, Windsor, Out., and she will send  [roe to any mother her successful home  treatment, with full instructions.  This treatment is effective also with  adults and aped people  troubled with the same  Write today.  "What is a domestic animal,  mother?" asked a little boy. "A domestic animal," replied the lady, with  a scornful glance at paterfamilias, who  was putting on his coat, "is one wlio  does not spend all his time at the  club."  Free to Our Readers  Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, for 48-page illustrated Eye Book  Free. Write all about Your Eye  Trouble and they will advise as to the  Proper Application of the Murine Eye  Remedies in Your. Special Case. Your  Druggist will tell you that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes, Strengthens Weak  Eyes, Doesn't Smart,; Soothes Eye  Pain, and sells for 50c. Try it in Your  Eyes und in Baby's Eyes for Scaly  Eyelids und Granulation.  who    nre  weakness.  4b  The Melodrama  It was Aunt Matilda's first visit to  a modern playhouse and when 11 my-  sterioii's buzzing echoed through the  auditorium she pulled her wraps about  her. - '  "Denr me!" Rhe ejaculated, in a  loud whisper, "I hope they ain't turning on them thar 'lectric fans such u  day ns this."  "Shi auntie," cautioned her niece  with embarrassment, "that is the vil-  liun hissing R-r-r-r-r-revengo.'" . ,  A man can travel a long journey  without thinking of going back home  unless his family is with him.  is as safe as it is effective.   Guaranteed to contain no opiates.  It is  very palatable too���������children like it  All Dtrnp-glatn, 25 Cents  "SALADA" is the same wherever or whenever  you buy it���������always of unvarying good quality.  Its native purity and garden freshness is perfectly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets.  ~ -~ Black, Mixed and Natural Green, -,40c, 00c, COc aud 70c per lb. ���������- r  Difficult  City Niice���������The windows in our  new church are stained.  Aunt���������Ain't that a pity. Can't they  got nothing to wash it off?���������Exchange.  "Pa   what's a star boarder?"  "A man whose landlady manages to  slip him a piece of bacon two or three  times  a week."  There Are Others  '  Mrs.   Nearby���������What   is   your    husband's pursuit in life?  Mrs. Outotown���������The,7.45 train.  Septimus���������IIow is your little girl,  Mrs. Smith?  Mrs. Smith���������My little !v>y is quite  well, I thank you.  Septimus���������Oh, it's a boy! I knew it  was one or the other.���������Brooklyn Life.  "That,'.' said Senator Tillman of an  opponent's argument, "is an amusing  exaggeration."  He  smiled.  "In fact," he continued, "it is as  bad an exaggeration as the story about  Ben Johnson's height. They said of  Ben, you know, the candidate for  Sheriff, that when ho made a stump  speech, instead of getting a stump  ready for him to mount, they would,  dig a hole for him to stand in."���������  Washington Star.'  ���������^fyfy  PtOOVCJIaiMMM  * MM! Mute* 1  witi wttan  immm  igjK  A pure Fiult Jelly Powder���������Just the  finest pure Calves Foot Jelly flavored  only by tbe cure fruit "  Pure Gold Jelly Powders  '     (Trade Mark Registered) -  Offer you "Better Quality" on the table���������lesi work In the kitchen.  Our Book of Koclpcs Sent Free  Lei ul tend you our valuable little book "Thi ���������  Secret of ^Delicious Desserts." It tells you bow       r  to mike iny number of dainty desserts and de-  lliious saUds lu very little time and almost do  trouble at all,  Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Limited'  "Toronto  56a  Samples on Requail  Send us 10c in stamps to pay pack,  lug and postage and let us send you  generous samples of our Vanilla  and Lemon Extracts and a soaall can  of Baklnc powder. Mention your  own and dealer's name and addresf.  The only nourishment that bread  affords is- that which the flour contains.  Bread baking is merely putting flour in  appetizing form. .  Flour making is merely putting wheat in  shape for bread making.  is made from carefully selected Manitoba Hard  spring wheat. Every pound is almost a pound  of food; clean, and nutritious.  It   goes   farther,   does, better   baking  and  is more satisfactory in every way  than' any other  flour.    Ask your  grocer. * l2  Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Limited,  Where Christie's Biscuits  come irom-  The cleanest factory in Canada  'TpHE Christie, Brorni biscuit factory ia in keeping with  -*���������   the international reputation of the firm.   Visitors  know just why Christie's biscuits are the best baked���������and  hundreds visit the big factory every season.  The Christie, Brown people stake their reputation on  cleanliness and quality. The raw product ia the purest  and best money can buy, and every ounce of it is  carefully analyzed before it can enter the bake rooms.  Every device and machine-making for the" perfection of  the product���������is used in the big factory. The bright and  cheerful employes, all arrayed in spotlessly white uniforms laundried on the premises, speak volumes for the  sanitary conditions under which they work. You just  buy Christie's Biscuits once and you'll know why your  neighbors call them "so good." The best grocers keep  them and they cost no more.  Christie, Brown & Co.. Ltd., Toronto  IBMWIHWUgfB M*  HOUSE CLEANING  Instead of being a monotonous drudgery becomes ,a  labour of love'when Sunlight  helps you. Remember���������Sun-  ' light does all the work,  at half the cost and In  half' the time of o^her  Soaps.  ^.       Providential   Interest. Gone  Tho philanthropist Imd persuaded  the noted tenor to sing at the Christinas entertainment of his mission  Sunday  school.  The Italian rolhved himself of a  classic which grated on' the untrained  curs of the impatient children. But  the white-haired philanthropist was  moved. With tears in his eyes ancl  solis in his throat he insisted that the  tenor's song had surely been, heard in  heaven.  "Tf it has," interrupted a disgusted  youth, "it's all off with this school and  we might as well disband."    '-  Awful to' Contemplate  ,     Myer���������According    to    reports there  are no cats in the Arctic regions.  Gyer���������That's a .fortunate thing for  the natives, isn't it?  Myer���������IIow so?  Gyer���������Well; just imagine cats in a  country wh-.ro the nights are six  months long.  c      ~-   "Oh, dear, Grace. George has just  sent me the cutest and sweetest little  alligator from Florida. Isn't he the  dear?"  "He has? For goodness sake what  have you done with it,?,", -  -  , "Oh, I hardly knew what to do with  it, so "I just put it in some Florida  water and wrote to ask him." The  sweet thing!  Whither We Are Drifting  Marion���������What  were   the   favor's  Mrs.  Swell's dinner?    ,  Myrtle���������-Motor cars.  Marion���������What horse-power?  Myrtle���������Only thirty.  %j Marion -Isn't she  the    stingy  gargoyle?  at  old  Doctor���������"The room seems cold, Mrs.  Hooligan. Havo you kept the thermometer at seventy, as I have told  you?"  Mrs. Hooligan���������"Sure, an' Oi hev,  doctor. There's th' thing in" a toomb-  ler av warrum wather at this blissid  minnut."  Sweet Child���������"S::y, tfa, you must be  a pretty strong man!"  Pa���������"Fairly so, my dear. Why?"  Sweet Child���������" 'Cause uncle said  when he went-out with you thc other  night you carried the biggest load of  any man he ever saw without showing it!"  A Fogy's Opinion  She���������So you don't approve of the  airship?  He���������I won't say that, but I must  admit I can't quite see the need of  it when steamships, railways ancl  automobiles already afford such extensive opportunities for risking life.  Tlie lectuivr raisid his voice with  emphatic confidence. "I venture to assert," he said, "that there isn't a man  . in this audience who has ever done  anything to prevent the destruction of  our fc/ sts."  A modest looking-man in the-back  of the hall stood up.  "���������er���������I've shot woodpeckers," he  said.���������Everybody Magazine.  Exasperated Purchaser���������"Didn't you  guarantee that this parrot would  repeat every word he heard?"  I'.ird Dealer���������"Certainly I did."  "But he don't repeat a single word."  . "He  repeats every  word he  hears,  but he never hears any.   He is a deaf  as a post."  Ambassador James Bryce Knew Evolutionist Well.  , Among*the famous men whose natal  /ear was 1809, and  tvhose centenaries  have   occasioned  a   pouring   forth   of  anecdote and reminiscence, Mr. James  Bryce notes "four men likely to be  ' remembered among the English-speak-  ing races as long as English is spoken���������two'statesmen,  Abraham Lincoln  and William E. .Gladstone; one poet.  Aired Tennyson; ana one man ot science,   Charles  Dai win."   The  British  ambassador goes on to observe, in his  article on' Darwin in Harper's Magazine, that .while  "the last named  of  these   was   the   one   whoae   influence  spread most widely over the whole of  civilized mankind during his lifetime,  and continues  to  be J'eit  with undiminished force to day,"   he was "the  one among those four who was least  known * personally."     Although    his  books and his theories were being discussed all over the world, his personality remained  unfamiliar even to his  own   countrymen.    His  life   was,uneventful, or, Ha Mr: Brye'e puts it, it  had in it only one event, his voyage  on the  exploring ship  lioagie. ��������� Pursuing the conventional classical education at Shrewsbury, his home town,  and   later   at   Euinbuigh   and   Cambridge,   intending   to .take  orders   in  the Church of England;' he began-to  manifest an interest in birds and insects,   and   became   known   to   Prof,  lienslow,   an   accomplished   botanist  and geologist, and otner scientific men  in Cambridge.   To continue from.Mr.  Brjce'a nairative-  He hail not quite dropped the notion of taking oidurs when Prof. Hen-  slow told linn that Capt. F'ltzroy,  ,who was to command the Beagle on  the voyage already relerred to, was  looking out for a naturalist to accompany the ex-peJition. Hensow remembered his young friend, then twenty-  two years ol age. Darwin jumped at  the proposal. Captain Fitzroy accepted him, though at hist deterred by the  shape of Darwin's none, which- he  thought indicated a want of foice ot  character!   '  The voyage   lasted   from   1331 "till  183C.   It was Darwin's education, and  furnished the   basis   for   his famous  theoiy.    The  book  in  which   he   recorded   his  observations,   and   Avhich  established his reputation as a scientific   student, -is   a   delightful   booK,  which  any  one,   however  scanty his  knowledge of science, may read with  ���������pleasure oven to-day, when we know  so much more about the places and  the subjects of which it treats.   Never  did five years yield a ricner harvest  to any man than those years to Darwin and to the world.   But while they  gave   knowledge   and   brought   fame,  they took away health.   He had been-  a strong man when he embarked. But  the almost constant seasickness from  which he suffered "when the little vessel was tossing on the waves so told  upon him   that when   he landed   his  nervous    system    was    permanently  weakened, and he was never thereafter  the same man physically, never capable of such continuous hard mental  work.   In lrf3l������ he married Miss Wedgwood,   and- in   IS42,   being   in  fairly  easy  circumstances,   he   bought   tlie  small estate of Down; nearly twenty  miles from London, and settled himself there for the rest of his life, giving to his scientific observations and  reflections all the time that his physi-  cal   weakness   permitted.       He   was  tended with the most loving care by  his wife and helped in his investigations by his sons, some of whom have  themselves achieved  high  distinction  in different branches of science.  It was there, at Down, that I saw  hnn not long before his death.  He was nearly six foet high, but did  not look his height, having in later  years contracted a slight stoop. Every  one has seen engravings ot photographs of him. They give a very good  idea ot his face, for its features were  well marked; and in elderly men the  expression seems-'to become a part  of the features.  Humor of the Hour  William, a little country boy of six,  was snowbound ��������� with his, mother at  tl\o house of an aunt, twenty miles  from his own homo. Tho two, who  had driven over in a sleigh* jupt to  spend Hie clay, wore forced to remain  three nights, and were supplied by  the hostess with garments to sleep in.  There tbeing no small boys in his  aunt's family/William was put to bed  to wear anything with so many frills  and lace trimmings around the neck  and on the sleeves.  "I won't stand it mummer," . he  loudly protested on the second night.  "I won't wear anything so girly! I'll  run away, you see if I don't, and perish in a snowdrift before I'll put that   put  thing on again. Why, rather than  wear that���������that valentine nightgown  ���������I'll sleep raw!"���������New York Times.  _ Simple and Effective,  Ifeg'iy���������All the fellahs are shaving  off their mustawchos, don't you know.  Do  you   think  I'd   look  bettah  with  mine, off?  Rose���������Well,   I   hardly   think     I'd  shave it off. .  , Rcggy���������Wouldn't you, really?  Rose���������No; I'd just pass    a sponge  over it.  Simple Remedy That Any One Can  Prepare at Home  Most people are more or less subject  to coughs ancl colds. A simple remedy  that will break up a cold quickly and  cure any cough that is curable is made  by mixing two ounces of Glycerine, a  half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure and eight ounces of pure-  Whiskey. You' can get these in any  ���������rood drug store and easily mix them  in a large bottle. The mixture is highly recommended by the Loach Chemical Co., of Cincinnati, who prepare  the genuine Virgin Oil of Pine.corn-  pound pure for dispensing.  FATHER AND BABIES.  -People Eat'Locusts  In many countries of thc Far East  peoplo oat locusts. ' Locusts are dried  in Arabia and ground into a sort of  flour, used in baking. One tribe in  Central Africa makes soup of the locusts. In Madagascar the insects, are  baked in jars, fried in a pah of grease  and then cooked wilh rice. This is  claimed to form a dainty dish.     -  Would Try Again  "Won't you fry to love me?" lie  Mghed.  "I have tried,", she replied, kindly  hut firmly.   .  "My rich aunt has just died," he  went on.  "In that case, dear, I will try  again!"���������Puck.  An Honest Milkman  Mrs.  Youngbride���������Mrs.  Smith  savs  thero  is  lots  of  croam  on  her milk  bottles every morning.   Why is there  never any on yours?  Milkman���������I'm    too    honest,    lady,  I fills my bottles so full  ain't  never  no room  loft  -Woman's Home Compan  that'  s why  that there  for cream.-  ion.  Tennessee  English  An eastern Tennessee girl is credited with the ' following reply to a  question as to whether sho had been  to the fair; "I didn't went, I didn't  want to went, ancl, if I had wanted to  went, I couldn't have 'gotten to  gwihe."  His Chance '  Ethel���������Tom won a hat betting with  papa, and papa .told him' he could  liayo Grace ifxhe'd call it square.  Edward���������Is���������is your father home  tonight?  Couldn't   Find   Him  She���������Do you believe that two can  live as cheaply as one?    "  lie���������I've known couples where the  wife was so extravagant that what  Ml lie the husband spent was hardly  noticeable.  a terrTble^sufferer  for three years  But Health Was Completely  Restored by Dr. Williams'  PinK Pills.  - Extreme anguish: pains in tho  joints that all- but cfrive one crazy���������  thus may inflammatory rheumatism  be described. The victims are to be  pitied���������to them life is one long torture;-thoy suifor by day and cannot  sleep, by night. Such was the condition of Miss Alida Mercier of Ottawa,  Out. For three years she was a victim of this trouble and lound no relief  till she began using Dr. Williams'  Pink .Pills. She says;���������"For three  years' 1 was a sufferer from inflammatory" rheumatism... -During that time 1  consulted .and was .treated by some  of the best doctors in our city, but I  found no relief in their treatment. I  began to despair of ever being well  again, when one day a friend advised  me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I  procured three boxes and by the time  those were used there was enough  improvement in' my' condition to encourage i me to continue their use.  Three more boxes completely cured  me and to-day I am as well as ever I  was. I always keep.a supply of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills in the house and  would recommend all who suffer as  I did to give them a trial."  It was the new blood that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills actually made that  restored Miss Mercier to health and  strength. Thero is no medicine to  equal them in making new blood and  in this way they cure anaemia, rheumatism, heart palpitation, indigestion, neuralgia, St. 'Vitus dance and  many other troubles. Sold by all dealers in medicine or direct at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50 from Tlie  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  villo, Ont.  Oldest and Youngest Members of I Brit-  ish, Parliaments.  With a general election just-over,  the interesting question arista-. Who  ���������viii be the ������������������D'atiier" and "Baby:' of  the new House of Commons? i  The title ojt "Father" 'ot tne House!  is greatly-prized.   It is given to the1  iVi.i-. wno nas been a member of tho1  House tor tne longest period without]  any interruption.   Air. Gladstone was  -.���������ever   the- "Father,"   for .though  he  was in Parliament ,for sixty-two years  there had been a brief interlude and  that spoilt his claim.  For many years Mr. Charles Pel-  ham Villiers was tlie "Fatiier," in  -view of over half a century's representation of Wolverhampton. Next  came Mr. C. Ii. M..Talbot, who was  first elected for ' Glamorganshire in  1832. The writer often saw this fine  old gentleman, .who kept his interest  ni poiilics to the end of his long life.  Among those who have been "Father" of the House of Commons in,, recent years are Sir Michael 'Hicks-  Beach (now Viscount St. AldwynJ,  who was first elected a member in  lo(H, ior East Gloucestershire, and  continued to represent that constituency until .his elevation to thc peerage in ISJOU���������a period of forty-two  years.  Sir Henry Campbell-Bahnerman became "Father" of the House simultaneously with becoming Premier ��������� a  unique double dibtinction.  Prior to him in long record must be  mentioned Mr. W. W. Beach, who was  lirst elected M.P. for North Hants  in 1837. Another "Father" was the  Right Hon. G. II. Finch, who sat for  Rutlandshire for forty years.  Theie are so many veterans retiring  from Parliament that it will not be  easy to settle who can be called tlie  "Father" of the new House.. , '-  Tlie youngest member in ago���������not  the   years   of  M.P.ship���������is   mdled  Arrested, and Consumption Cured  Mr. G. D. Colwell, of "Walkerville, Ontario, "was stricken down  with La Grippe in 1900 and it left him in very bad condition.  He says:   I was all run down and bordering on Consumption.  I could not sleep at nights, had awful sweats,' and coughed nearly  the whole time. ' This is how I was when I  began to take'  Psychine, in a low nervous state j but from the first bottle I began'  to improve.   It did marvels for me and brought me back to health  in no time, making a new man of me.   Ib fortifies the body against -  the attacks of La Grippe and is a sure preventative.   I always take  Psychine if I feel a cold coming, on and it puts me right in no  time."     r.;r ~-  --������������������      ���������      - '     .    " '  ..-���������'I'./.c-jV/..-',. .  , ,_; ......  NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT PSYCHINE  PSYCHINE is the Greatest Strength' Restorer and System  Builder known to medical science, and should be used  for COUGHS, COLDS, WEAK LUNGS, LOSS OP APPETITE, WEARINESS  For Sale by all DruggiatH and Dealers, 50 cente and  $1 per bottle.  "  -������������������>-������������������������������.      Dr. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited  ���������-'9m*,    TORONTO  in _  the "Baby." In the House "of Commons elected in 1895 Viscount Milton  was the "Baby," being twenty-three  years old. He is Uie present, Earl  ,Fitz\villiam, and has.had the strange  experience of leaaing mi obituary of  liimself! A witty friend called the incident a case of "Milton's 'Paradise  Lost-'."  In the next Parliament tlie "Baby"  was Viscount Tumour, who was elected in 1<J04 (at a bye-election) for Horsham. He was omy just over, twenty-  one years o.d!  In tlie House of Commons which  has just been dissolved the "Baby"  was Lord Wodehouse, who was only  twenty-three when elected for Mid-  Norfolk. Other young members were l  Lewd Dalmeny, Karl YYinterton (for-1  inerly Viscount Tumour), and Mr,  Harold Pearson.  Satisfactorily Explained  Actor-Playwright  ���������  "I  have   been  told, sir, that the Corot you sold me is  not genuine!"  Art  Dealer���������"Who   said   so?"  Actor-Playwright-^'Thc art critic of  the Daily-Whirl."        - I  Art Dealer���������"Do you believe what  their dramatic critic says about your  plays?"  Actor-Playwright���������"I never thought  of that. What have you to show me  today?"  The  First  Quarrel  Reggie���������If you're never going- to  speak to me again what are you waiting for.  Angela������������������I thought you might want  to speak to me. ,  Used To It  The Djacon���������My friend, are you not  afraid you will fill a drunkard's grave? -  The Gravedigger���������There's nothin' ter  be afraid of. I've filled too many of  Jem.-  Her   Inspiration  Lady���������''I want to put in this advertisement for if cook. It will go in  three lines, won't it?"  Clerk (after counting-)���������"No, ma-  dame. We'll have to charge you for  four lines; but you can' put in'four  more words if you wish."  Lady (suddenly inspired) ��������� "Say  'Policeman stationed opposite corner' !"  There joined thc police force of London a young Scotchman but recently  r.rrived from his native land. Being  detailed one day to block the traffic  on n certain thoroughfare where mem--  bers of royalty weijc expected to pass  he was accosted by a .lady hurrying  to keep an appointment who thrust  her head from the carriage window to  remonstrate with him over the delay,  "I cannn lot you pass, ma'am,"  answered the man of the baton. "But,  sir, you do hot know who 1 am. I am  the wife of a cabinet minister." "It  disna mak' na difference, ma'am," he  answered. "I couldna let vou pass if  you were the wife of a Presbyterian  minister."���������Presbyterian Standard.  Force of the Farthing.  , In the North of England the farthing is rarely seen, but in London and  rural    districts    in   the   South    it   is  plentiful.  And in a short time it will bo almost  a necessity, for tlie British Electrical  lederation, which operates about 450  miles of tramways in the country,  has, in order to popularize farthing  fares on its lines, made' arrangements  with the MinWo supply two" and a  quarter millions of these small coins  representing ������2,340 odd. In the last  ten years the highest issue of farthings was 8,243,200, representing twenty-three tons, in 1901, and the lowest  was in 1904, when only ten tons were  coined.  , Before -leaving the Mint, the farthings are purposely dulled, so as to  prevent "ringing-the-change artists"  ���������ind confidence tricksters from passing them off as half-sovereigns.  1-arthings are largely used by milkmen, posto.'Iices, and those drapers  who have not yet adopted the practice  of offering a customer, .instead of the  farthing change, a paper of pins, on  which  there is  another profit.  A" Gigantic   Pie.  In   17G9  a   monster   Christmas   pie  Here is a test which  proves positively that Dr. A. W.  Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills  do cure kidney disease and urinary troubles.  Capt. Wm. Smith, a British Army  veteran, living in Revelstoke, B.  G, had his urine tested by his physician who pronounced his case a  bad form of chronic kidney disease.  After being cured by  Dr. A. W. Chase's  & Liver  SAVED  IN  HIS OLD AGE.  Annapolis, N.S., May 14, 1909.���������I am  over eighty years of age ancl have suffered from Kidney and Bladder Trouble for fifteen years. T took doctors'  medicine;' but got no help. I want to  thank you for sending me the sample  box of Gin Pills which helped me.  I have taken six boxes of Gin Pills  altogether, but got relief before I had  taken near that amount. I had to get  up some nights every fifteen minutes  and had to use an instrument before I  could urinate. Now I can lie in bed  four or five hours without getting up.  W. H. PIERCE.  Write National Drug and Chemical  Co. (Dept. N. U.), Toronto, for free  sample.   Regular size, 50c, G for $2.50.  he again had an examination of the  urine made and his physician stated  that no trace of the old trouble remained.  Dr.- A. W. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills are definite and certain  in action and positively cure backache, kidney disease, Bright's disease (in early stages) and urinary-  troubles. One pill a dose, 25 cts. a  box, at all dealers or Edmanson  Bates & Co., Toronto.  B.   1       KIDNEY AND A  .-,,-=-������������ !���������.   uven P'u,sj  'EKcl?,'**      "*W������-    '������"i*tf<l*-  mixmmm  Furnishes  the Trimmings  Old Tightwad always goes to church  And puts a button on the plate  When he has heard tho story of  The heathen in his naked state.  Drawing the Long Bamboo.  An Englishman was once rallying  a native of In-aian upon^nis faculty  in l.iir.g. The native at once replied,  "Why, sahib,"we are all more or lets  liars ui my country, and u one tells  a story, another immediately tups it.  'ihere were two young men oi my  country who had a boasting match,  and one said, *My fattier is so rich  and has so many horses that his stable is of such extent as to take a  horse eleven mouths to go from one  end stall to thc other.' 'Shabash,  brother," replied the second boaster,  'that is very good. My father has a  bamboo so long that he can sweep  the clouds away with it when they  obscure tlie sun in harvest time.'  'Hi! hi!' exclaimed the first. 'That ia  very wonueitul; but, pray, biother,  where does your father keep such a  long bumboo?' 'Why, you stupid,'  was tlie answer, 'in your father's stables, to be sure!' "  PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS  PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to  cure any    case    of    Itching,    Blind,  Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to  14 days or money refunded.   50c.  Refuse substitutes and imitations.  In disorders and diseases of children drugs  seldom do good and  often do harm.  Careful feeding and  bathing are the babies'  remedies.     ;  Scott's  is the food-medicine that  not only nourishes them  most, but also regulates  their digestion, It is a  wonderful tonic for children of all ages. They  rapidly gain weight and  health on small doses.  ���������COll 8AI.H BY AI,I. DKUGGUTS  Send 10c., mine of pnper nnd tlila ad. for  our beautiful Saving!! Bnuk aud Child1*  Sketch-!) ok, Each bank coulalua a  Good J,uck Penny,  SCOTT A BOWNE  126W������ningtoiiSt.. Wool, Toronto,Ont  was despatched from Hawick Hali  N'orthunib.'rland, for Sir Henry .Gray  in London. It was composed of the  following:  Two bushels of flour, twenty pounds  of batter, four geese, two turkeys, two  rabbits, four wild ducks, two woodcocks, six snipes, four partridges, two  neat's ; tongues, two curlews, seven  - blackbirds, six pigeons.  It took two men to carry this gigantic pie to the table. North coun-  try pies are still famous, and only  require tasting to be fully appreciated.  In the past pies were more popular  than they are at present. In the  iiUth of Henry III., an order was-given to the sheriff of Gloucester to send  to the King twenty salmon to'be put  into Christmas pies, and to1 the sheriff  of Suffolk..ten brawns, ten peacocks,  and other items for tlio same purpose.  The Very Closest.  "My boy," said the old uncle to  his young nephew, "you are U17. clcw-  eiit relativi, are you not?"  "No, uncle," sweetly replied the little fellow, "my father has that distinction. He never gives me a cent  unless I ask him for it."  Here's a  Your  Clothes  Sillicus���������Do you believe there is  honor among thieves?  Cynicus���������No, they aro just as bad as  other people.���������Philadelphia Record.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Knicker���������"Jones thinks ho is boss."  Bockcr���������"But, his  wife is board of  estimate."���������Brooklyn Life.  Realistic Stage Fighting.  There is an element of red righting  in the swoid combat of the two Hun-  nish kuignts in "Fallem Fairies," tlie  new Gnhert-Germau opera at the Savoy, London. The swords themselves  are specially wrought Sheffield steel  blades, 42 inches long and ne>ariy one-  quarter inch in thickness. Alter three  weeks' hguting the edges of each  sword are cut and dented like a saw.  The energetic singers who handle  these weapons are well able to wield  them. Mr. Claude Flemming, an Australian, whose early life was spent in  rounuing up cattle and stock, stands  6 foot 3 inches, with a 48-inch chest,  and weighs with his panoply of war  upon him nearly eighteen stones. His  opponent, Mr. Leo Sheffield, is well  over six feet, weights nearly fifteen  stones, and has a chest measurement  of 42 inches.  That's  the  secret of Shiloh success forj  ���������forty year?���������trustworthiness.  When you contract a cold���������like a wise man  you  want to cure it���������Shiloh's Cure will  do that quickly.  When there is a cough in the household  you know as well as we do what it may lead  to: Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, Consumption, are its fruits���������Shiloh's cures coughs.  All throat and bronchial soreness and inflammation areeasedand healed, all phlegm  secretions are safely removed, by Shiloh's.  Cure.  'Incipient Consumption is checked by the  soothing, building influence of Shiloh's  Cure. You realize that from'the quick  way a long standing lung cough is alleviated and cured by it.  Whooping' Cough and Croup���������take them  in time! Shiloh's Cure should never be out  of the house where there are babies or  children. 201  It's the Remedy you can Trust  kswofij  s ,*i. 1.'  It. Cvni  BOABSENK88  ���������      a*d ro*  Whoeptog Caoglt,  BnmdHtu. 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And this reputation they have maintained for years and will continue to  maintain, for these pills must always  stand at the hoad of the list of standard picparations.  Sore Core Ior Spavin  . ���������,. SMttlo, Wash. Nor. 1st. IBM  1 ham used your S|������nln Cure and find that It U  ������ aura cure fur Spuvlii and llltishmo."  Vuuni trulr. A. T. Lynch.  Equally (too.1 for Curb. SpUnt, Sprain, Swollen  Juluti and alt Laniencaj.  lliiiidroda orUuiunuidi of bona oirnoni havo uwd  it In tho put <0 yuan.   Today, it la tha worlda  ���������uiudard remedy.   Oood for man and beaut.  #1. a bnttlo-a for ii. Iluy at dralcre and net  fre������ copy of our |p������o)t-"A Tr������������Ua������ On Tho  HorM "���������or wrilo ua. 41  DR. B. J. KENDALL OO.  ���������nukurg Palls.  VI.  He kidded her to beat the band-  To anger she was goaded,  He told her she used powder, and  The girl almost,'exploded.  Flying High,  Horseman���������You don't mean to say  you came off at that hit of a fence?  Recumbent Friend���������Fence? Great  Scott, man, no! I caught in the telegraph wires.  They Call Him "Ham."  So the Earl of Desart. who has been  appointed to be one ot the'four British members of thc Permanent International Court of Arbitration at The  Hague, is known to his intiniatee���������  a nickname which can be traced to  eithei of his two names, Hamilton  and Agmondcsham. A traveler, a  cricketer, and a shot. Lord Desart ia  not at all tne sort of man who might  be looked for in one who hui filled  the position of Solicitor to tlie Treasury, Diieetor of Public Prosecutions,  and King's Proctor. Perhaps, however, something of his breezy char-  acteriiities come from liis earlier experiences in tne navy, which was certainly an unusual route whereby to  reach the liar and the Law Courts.  "That gown of yo~urs u a perfect fit,  my dour."  "Gracious! If you t'hink t'is is a  perfect fit you should have soon the  one tny^ husband had when he got the  bill."  "How did that man come to bo re-  .'Uirded as an authority on the tariff?  He never impressed me us inunh of a  student."  "No," 'answered Senator Sorghum.  "Ho didn't spemd his tiino reading  books or theorizing. He found out  what his coiiHtituonts wanted and got  H.'���������Washington Star,  wlllroduce lollamej, swollen Joint*,.  Drultei, Soil Bunchci. Curs Boll*, f It-  lull or any unhiallhy   ion quickly:  cloninnl touaoi  duo* not  blUtor  nndor bandugs or romovo tho hair,  '  and you can work the home, 12 par  bottls    it    denlori or dollrorud.  Boras Dook 7 0 freo.  ABSORUINB, JK . for mankind,  11.00 rer bottlo. lloduoon Varlcoie  Volna, VarlcooHo, Hydrocele,  Qoltre,   W'oni, Strains,    Brulaei,       ..    itoni Pnln and Inflammation.  W. F. YDUN0, P.D.F., 137 Tvmpls St., Sorlitollild, Mm.  LYK1N8 Ltd,. ������������������a'tMal, Oa������a������lu Aiuto.   ������  ������l*. jbnlikrt ������������ Murtla Belt I Whm Co.. Wkmljis:  lbs Nttloiiil Drill I Chimleil C������., Wbtalpea ni MtWl  MiHia&uoanmi. C<LUi.,Vuecunr. f  Unlucky   Thirteen.  Believers in the thirteen superstition will have their faith strengthened  by a tragic event reported from Australia. At a social gathering of mining managers in Bendigo it was found  thU thirteen , were 6eated at dinner.  Two therefore retired. After dinner  there was music, but the iMjrforin-  ance was 'suddenly stopped by the re-  part of a gun and a cry, "Brown's  shot!" Two of the diners in an adjoining room were examining a rifle  supposed to be unloaded. The unfortunate man who received the bullet died almost instantaneously.  Cannibal Lobsters.  Tt has been found in Nova Scotia  that the lobster's chief enemy is not  the u-jgfish, but the lobster.  "I wonder what the women do  at  those afternoon teas?"  Oh,  they just sip and gos-sip."-  Boston Transcript.  U,, No. 783.  The Smith Family  'Tlio English blue books tell us there  lire over .'150,000 members of tho gr-r'iit  Smith family in England alone. Yet,  in Old Testament-times, according to  tho First Book of Samuel, "there was  no Smith throughout the land of Israel." Is it any. wonder that the late  Bishop Wilberforce used to saj* that  :lho could nover read that verca in the  j Bible without smiling?  PAGE WHITE FENCES  Page Fences wear Best���������Styles for Lawns, Parks. Farms and Railroads. 14.000 mt!e* of P������������o  Fences and 73,000 rage Gates now in use in Canada. Our 1910 fences are better than ever. . Get  latest prices and booklet..  WOW  137 BANNATYNE ST. E.. WINNIPEG  R. LANGTRY  FTNCE AND GATES' IN STOCK  COLT DISTEMPER  Can bo handled Terr eaallf. The nick aro curod, and nil others I a  aainoaUblo.no matter how* expoeod/'keptfronihavlua- tliodla-  o&uo. br UHlnj BI-OIINU UQUfl) DISTEMPKU CUKK. Qlte on  the tonauo or In f oed. Aotd on tho blood and oipols germs of all '  fornmol distemper. One bottlo Knaiantood to euro ouo cane, too  and II a bottlo: H and U0 clotun, of dructlata and haraeai  dealer*,  Cut shows how to poultice throats.  Our free booklet  Slvw everjrtblnr.  Larsnut Bolting- home romedy In ozlstouos������������������  (teonjoara.  UIHIlUBlrrORSt All rfkoloaat. Drug U*  ifteonjoara.  UIHIlUBlrrORSt All rfkolwal. Drug  8PQHN MeDICKL CO* OaM aaa BattatttlaxbU. Gaahoa* lud. t].S������A, mm  TFfE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  The  nion  Eholt, B. G.  A. COMFORTABLE  HOSTELRY  AND  Loaves Greenwood for Spokane  at 7 ������,. m., and for Oroville at 2:30  p. ni. J. McDonell.  Johnfl.flfleJVIa  Proprietor.  step  Ilelson, S. g.  CEO. I*.  WELLS, Proprietor.  First-class in everything.  Steam heat, electric light,  private baths. Telephone  in every room. First-class  bar and barber shop.  'Bus meets all trains.  &8  PHOENIX &  hotel to the ?C  The nearest    ._  ���������    ~  Grauby mines. One of the W?  rtj largest dining rooms in the (J^j  [6> city. The bar is replete Ou  C? with nerve bracers of all V<  *J j kinds, and the most fra- ������>-,  TJj grant cigars.   Drop up and ������~  k3 see uie'   ' ' ffl  g    A. 0. JOHNSON    ������  Hotel...  Gpeenuiood, S. C  The oldest hotel in the city, ancl still  under the same management. Rooms  comfortable, meals eqiial to any in the  i ity, and the bar sppplies only the best  I orner of Greenwood aud Government  streets.  J. W. Jielsofc  Float is not a periodical.  11 is a book containing SG  illiii~lrations- all told, and  is tilled with sketches and  stories of western life. It  tells how a gambler cashed  in after the flush days of  Sandon ; how it rained in  New Denver long after  Noah was dead ; how a  parson tcok a drink at  Bear Lake in early days ;  how justice was dealt in  Kaslo in *"93 ; how the  saloon man outprayed the  women in Kalamazoo, and  graphically depicts the  roamings of a western  editor among the tender-  feet in tbe cent belt. It  contains the early history  of Nelson and a romance  of the Silver King mine.  In it are printed three  western poems, and dozens ot articles too numerous to mention. Send for  one before it is too late.  The price is 25 cents,  postpaid to any part of the  world. Address all letters to  71 Lowery  GREENWOOD, B. C.  THE LEDGE  Is published every Thursday at Greenwood, B C , arid the price is $i a year,  postage free to all parts of Canada, and  Great Britain. To the United States and  other couutries it is sent postpaid for  $2.50 a year. Address all letters to The  Ledge, Greenwood, B. C.  R. T. LOWERY,  PUBLISHER.  GREENWOOD B C, APRIL   7, 19IO.  the administration of the license  law from the atmosphere of party  politics.  "A better plan would be to have  tho law administered by local  boards constituted, as the boards  of police commissioners are constituted, of officials who owe their  appointment, not to political favoritism, but to the fact that they are  incumbents of certain offices, and  who are not actively engaged in  the game of politics."  A blue mark here indicates that  your   Subscription   has  become   deceased,   and  that the editor   would  once more like to commune with  your collateral.  HOTELS IN GREENWOOD.  J. R. Cameron.  Leading Tailor of the  Kootenays.  Kaslo, B. G.  ���������������������������  THE  Arlington Hotel  GREENWOOD  Is the place for Peep-o'-Day Cock-  t.iils'  and   Evening    Night-Caps.  Buttermilk a specialty during the  warm season.  Dempsey, & Rippeto.  Motel  Alexander  PHOENIX,   B.   C.  Is a comfortable home for  the miner and traveler.  Good meals and pleasant  rooms. Pure liquors and  fragrant cigars in the bar.  R.  V. CEISHOLM, Puopuietob.  Mountaineer and Kootenay Standard Cigars.  Made by  3. ������ Cbtlin ������ go., nelson  JIINEKAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Colby Mineral Claim, situate In the Greenwood  .Mining Division of Yule District.   Where  located: On Kelly Cre.k, Similkameen District.  TAKE NOTICE Ithat we. Wm T. Smith .and  Oeorue D. CunninKham.  Free Miner's Certifi-  cutcs iNos.   B7m'I'.1 nnd B2(m!iI, intend, sixty  rt.ivt  from  thc  date  hereof,  to  apply to tho  Mining illecunlvr  for  a Certificate of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant to the above claim.  And further take  notice that action,  under  seet:on  87, must   be  commenced  before  the  issuance of such Certificate, of Improvement!  Dated this 11th day of February, A. D. 1910.  MIN*EKAI. ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Connection fractional Mineral Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Mininff Division of Yule  District. Whore located : In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE . that I, Aitemus L.  White, Free Miner's Certificate, No. Jl 2G.'i.'57,  intendjSixtv days from thc date hereof to apply to IhoMinliiK Recorder Ior a Certificate of  Imi rovements. for the purpose of .obtaining u  CrownGrant of the above cluim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 87, must be commenced before the issuance ot such Certificate of Improvements,  p Datcdithis 17th day of February, A. D. 11)10.  ARTE.UUS L. WHITE.  THE HOTEL GRANBY  Is pleasantly situated in the heart  of Grand Forks, and is convenient  to all the leading financial and  .commercial institutinns of the city.  Travelers will find it a comfortable  place.'to sojourn whenin the city.  FRED RUSSELL  NOTICE  Has home cooking and home-made  preserved fruit.        *  Sunday Dinners a Specialty.  Meals served from 6 a. m. to 9 p. m.  A Bar in Connection.  Plenty of warm, clean and pleasant  The two highly bred stallions of S.  A; Crowell,  JACK MASON, 50796,  AND  Cautona, 44794,  will make the first of the season at  Home, Midway, B.C.  Jack Mason, 5079G, Record 2:15,  will  be at home until the 1st of  May, and   '  ' Cautona, 44791,"will be at home  .until'the 1st of. July, and will serve  mares at ������25.00 for the season,  payable at time of service. For  particulars apply to  SAML. A. CROWELL,  Midway, JJ. C.     ���������  When the pink was ou the boom  in Greenwood there were 22 hotels  licensed to sell liquor. This number has gradually decreased until  now but 12 places have a legal  right to retail booze in this city.  Through all the hard times it has  been a mystery how tlie 12 hotels  managed to keep open without a  collision with the sheriff. The  owners and tenants have held on  with the hope that some day they  would all do a profitable business  and be rewarded for the long wait.  It looks as though this day would  never come for seven of them. In  January the council raised the price  of licenses, but with bulldog tenacity every landlord held on and  came through with the price. Now  the license commissioners announce  that after July only five hotel  liquor licences will be granted iu  this city, and it is stated that the  council trill raise the license bill  to ������1,000 a year. Just as increased  prosperity is in sight this will mean  material ruin to several people who  have stood the brunt of adversity  in the belief that their licenses  would ,never bo cancelled, except  by fire or. of their own free will.  With' this blind faith they have  held on only at this late day to  bump into a granitic formation that  makes them sit up and gasp for  oxygen. Without compensation it  savors of injustice to turn seven  into the street in order that five  mat' creep along with an increasing  burden upon their backs. Better  throw the bunch into the ��������� same  stream and let the strong swim  tsbore.  From a moral standpoint, the  reduction in the number of licenses  will make little, difference. There  will be less irrigating in barrooms,  but more in houses, clubs, cabins  and bootlegs. Greenwood at present is one of, the most orderly  towns in the world. A policeman  has never been killed in the city;  the greatest danger to the police  force being from fatty degeneration of the muscles owing to the  lack of exercise. We now have,  hotels suited to a cosmopolitan  population. Some cater to the  Swedes, others to the Italians,  French, Americans, Canadians,  and at least one looks after the  Irish. In consequence harmony  reigns in the camp. Herd all  classes together and we may have  to augment the constabulery.  The reduction of the licenses  from 12 to seven means a monetary  loss to all the business men of the  cit}-, including the electric light  company and municipal corporation. It means less labor for the  people, less business; for the merchants, and less revenue for the  city. Unless business improves  greatly, it will not, owing to the  high licence, improve the condition of the five hotels that will  legally handle the firewater. No  matter what they do the license  commissioners are bound to tyork  a hardship upon.many people. If  the members of the board and the  city council were politic they would  leave the hotel problem alone and  and alow it to work out its own  salvat/on or damnation. If they  are bound to adopt radical measures  then they should give a year's  notice of their intentions.  The price of diamonds has advanced 10 per cent, but this fact  does not disturb our equanimity in  the slightest.  A iie.v in Virginia has laid 291  oggs in a little over eleven months.  If she cackles she has a right to be  excused. ���������  TnE census of Canada will be  taken next year, and we estimate  that the,population will be 7,700,-  200������ people. We get the half by  figuring up the number of tailors.  All flesh is but developed grass,  and an exchange remarks that that  is the reason the butchers want bo  much of the long green for it.  In Alberni a man was fined $25  because he had liquor in his possession while on an Indian reservation. The report does not say  whether he had it inside or outside.  cut any figure in the community  in which he does business must  first learn the value, of publicity.  Printers' ink has put many men  on the road to success and has also  put men on the road to the penitentiary." Judicious advertising is  the one sure way of securing business.  A preacher in Rossland recently  had five pretty girls take-up the  collection. The innovation was a  huge success. Not a man in the  church had the nerve to put a button or a poker chip upon the plates.  The restaurant in the Windsor  hotel never closes.  In Canada a( Chinaman can become a British subject, but this  does not permit him to vote or  take up land, The only advantage  to a Chink in being a British subject is that he can go to China and  return without again paying the  8500 tax.  LICENSES IN ONTARIO.  LOWER Y'S CLAIM-  Dunne the 87 months that Lowery'h  C'lim was on ciii'tli it did hushes.-! nil  over the world. It was tho most  unique, independent ond fearless journal ever produced iii Canada Political  and tlieoloalciil enemies pursued it with  the venom of a'rattlesnake until the  government shut it out of tho mailK,  and iW editor ceasad to publish it,  partly on account of n'lazy liver and  partly because it takes a pile of money  to.run a paper that is outlawed; Uiore  are fitill 25 different.editions of this condemned journal in print.   Sniil.10cents  In Ontario the government purposes to have a central provincial  board which will administer the  liquor license system for the entire  province. Tho Hamilton Herald  comments upon it as follows :  " This chango would of course  necessitate   the   abolition   of   the  local   boards  of   license   commissioners.    It may look like an improvement; but it is by no means  certain that the change would do  away with the chief defect of the  present system���������the close association of party politics with the ad-  ministratnn   of   the license   law.  At present the law is administered  by local partiz'ins with  an  eye to  party   advantage.     Is   it   certain  that tho administration of tho law  would be lens affected by party considerations if it were entrusted, to  a provincial boaid made up of par-  tisane?   Would  not that board be  in close and  constant touch with  the local party leaders, and would  not licenses be granted or withheld with a view to party ad van-  cannot  Iu Phoenix N. J. Carson & Co.  carry a large Btock of gent' furnishings, clothing, hats, boots and  shoes. Drop in and have a rubber.  Houston's Demise.  John Houston wag eight days  dead before the,news reached Fort  George. An Indian brought the  first report, but this was doubted  until Harold^-Price arrived and  showed a photo of the hearse as it  stood outside the barn at the 150  Mile House. When the' news was  confirmed the little bell of the mission church was tolled and the  only flig within 100 miles was  half-masted. W. J. McKay, who  has been getting out The Tribune  since John took his last journey,  says: "~  " His death may be attributed  wholly to a desire to perform three  men's work under conditions that  would stagger a young man.  Cooped up in an office 10 x 12, set-  teng nonpareil by lamp light, .with  the -thermometer down to 40, insufficient nourishment, and, finally,  insomnia, shattered his frame and  led to his sending to the coast for  help. It was-too late, however,  the strings were snapping, and the  inhospitable trail from here to  Quesnel, with the lack of sleeping  houses, and four nights camped on  snow, completed the sad task initiated in the tent-covered office of  his own building."  Chinks Gone Home.  The last batch of Chinese left  Johannesburg-for their native land  at the beginning of the month, the  repatriation having taken four  years to complete. The largest  number of Chinese in the Transvaal at any one time was 53,856.  The number of natives employed  in the gold mines of the Witwaters-  rand in* September last was 156,-  0G5. It was feared the profits  would decrease after the repatriation, but this is not the case, as  working costs are 22 cents a ton  less than in 1908, and the output  of gold has increased. Last year  the Transvaal mines turned out  $154,625,000 worth of gold, or 34  per cent, of the world's output.  Kettle Valley Line.  R. N. Jones and E. A. Mor-  risey, two railway contractors from  Spokane, were in town last week.  The tenders for the Kettle Valley  line must be in by April 15th, and  Messrs. Jones & Morrissey, who  were formerly associated with  P. Larson, the old railroad contractor who made a fortune in  Washington state, made a trip up  the Cold water as  far as Joe Bor-  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years. It is made iu Nelson  and can be bought in nearly every  mountain town.  ��������� Two men died recently in Lady-  smith from drinking wood alcohol.  They should have stuck to the  booze in the local booze dispensaries.  Mrs. Lot Willey died in Kaslo  last week.  In the Slocan Billy Bennett has  taken a lease on the Bachelor group  near Three Forks.  Three men were killed at the  new power da*n near Revelstoke  by a ..largo rock falling on them  while they were drilling holes for  blasting.  At Kamloops the C. P. R will expend $175;000 in yard improvements.  Taxes are 20 mills this year in  Vancouver,  - The Lucky Jim mine will build  a concentrator in Kaslo.  In Hosmer the government will  build a bridge acrosB the ravine on  Main, street.  At Hosmer 600 tons of coal are  being produced daily.  ' Mitts, gloves, bats, balls, masks  and other baseball goods can be  bought at Coles' Book Store.  There are no blanks in a box of  K and H cigars. They all draw  and omit an aroma that perfumes  the ozone when set on fire. It is  ever a pleasure to follow a man  who is smoking a. K and H cigar.  Try one and be convinced.  You can't always tell from his  shoes whether a man is well heeled  or not.  Just arrived, a large stock' of *'  : NEGLIGEE. SHIRTS.  The materials are exclusive and durable.  A great opportunity .. J  for Shirt Investment from ������1.00 up. We save you moneyon every  deal.    Everything you buy at this"' store you, buy at'Money-.  Saving Prices.' Trade    ' '    '',-v"'".'  ''���������-     .      '  and you will solve a great money-saving problem.  ���������'��������� *  V^, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^/(ft^^^*jyi*^^y ^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^W'  " Unequalled for, Domestic Use."  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats,JFish,  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all the  towns of Boundary and Kootenay.  ft^'������*V*"V%''V**^''IV<'"*/V������*V&^������%-^^V'^^  * The  THE  BRIDESVILLE HOTEL  Tuos. Walsh, Proprietor,  Blidesville, B. C,  provides excel-  cellent accommodation for tourists  .and travelers.  Eggs for Setting  Thoroughbred Bard Rock Eggs  for Setting, 81/50 for 13.    Larger  quantities���������50 to  100���������at   a   less  Price.      R. J. CHAMBERS,  Anaconda, B. C.  GREENWOOD  Is situated in the heart of the city and within  stepping distance of all the banks, restaurants,  express, stage, telegraph offices, etc. The building is heated with hot water and has a radiator  in every room. The bar contains a large variety  of brewed, vinted and distilled beverages suitable to the tastes of a cosmopolitan population.  Come in and have something.  J. H. GOODEVE - - - PROPRIETOR  / ���������     .������  E. W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYER  AND CHEMIST ���������Charges: Gold; silver, copper or lead, SI each: gold-  silver, j>L.50; silver lead, 81.50; gold-  silver, with copper or lead, $2.50; zinc,  $2; silver-lead-zinc, $3. Prices for  other metals on application. Longdistance 'phono 67. P. O. Box, B llo8,  Nelson, B. C.  STARKEY&CO.  NELSON, B. C.  WHOLESALE  dealers in,*  Produce   and   Provisions  Greenwood, is the home for workingtnen of all nations. It is  convenient to the smelter on the hill. The dining room is supplied with tasty and substantial food, while the bar contains the  g best wet goods iu the market.. Electric lights. all over the  premises.    Hot and cold baths.  Ola  Lofstad,   Proprietor  nard's. On account of the heavy  snow they were compelled to return, and spent Monday looking  around Merritt and Mrddlesboro.  They are tendering for the contract and havo been assured that  construction work will start about  the 1st of May. L The route of the  K. V. will run up the Cold water to  Dan McKay's old ranch and down  the east side of Otter river,- thence  past Granite to Princeton. They  had maps and blueprints of all the  mining locations, passes and geographical layout of the country  with tlum.  The Kettle Valley line: agreement specifies that tlie road will be  built from Penticton to Merritt,  making a junction here with the  lines from Sponces Bridge and  thereby giving a direct route between Vancouver and the Boundary Creek district. The time now  in the journey between these two  points will practically be cut in  half. .;������������������.:���������'       ,.. ���������: ."_".".  Construction work as above  stated will be commenced in May.  and from both ends of the road,  that is, both from Merritt and Pen-  Frank Fletcher  Provincial Land Surveyor,  Nelson, B. C.  WESTERN --HOTELS.  Till*   KOOTENAY   SALOON ,  Sandon, B. C, has a line of nerve  bracers unsurpassed in anyjmoun-  tain town oi the Great West A  . glass of aqua pura given free with  spirits nienti. '  TIU'MONT    IIOUBK  Nelson, B, C, is run on thu American and European plan. There  is 'nothing' yellow about the house  ���������   except the gold in the safe.  Miilono & TrcgllluH.  NJSWHAltKKT - IIOTJSTj  Is the home for all tourists and  millionaires visiting New Denver, British Columbia.  Hoiiry St������RC. Propr,  THE   PKOiriNCE   IlOTEt  Grand Forks, is a largo three-  story brick hotel that provides  the public with good mealfl and  pleasant rooms. A new building  but the same old rates.  Kmll Lnrgeii, Proprietor,  liAKKVXEW   BOTK1,  in Nelson, B. C, employs all  white help and is a home for the  world at jl.00 a day.  11. tt, Grimtli, Proprietor.  tUli   KASLO   HOTKI.  Kaslo, B. C,,' is a comfortable  home for ali who travel to that  city. ���������  - -     Coolclo Ss Pnpwortii.  SHERISnOOKlC   HOU9J5       .  Nelson; B C   One minute's walk  from C.  P. It   station.   "-���������' -  Far away fields are usually thought to be green.  This is probably, why so many people in the  Boundary are constantly buying real" estate and  stocks far from the district in which they live.  Why hot put some of your speculating money in  ventures within a few miles of your own door, and  benefit yourself and the country in which you  reside and make money ?  The Argo Mining and Tunnel Co. of Greenwood  is organized under the laws of British Columbia,  with a capital stock   of $125,������0f\ divieed  into  500,000 shares at 25 cents each, non-personal liability.   Adjoining Greenwood; the company own a  large number of valuable claims, .with high-grade  gold and copper ore showing oh the surface.   The  company is now engaged in running a 3.000-foot  tunnel to tap all these leads at great depth; Every  indication is favorable to the striking of valuable  deposits of ore, and the time to invest is now,  Soen as ore is. encountered at great depth the price.  of stock will ascend rapidly and the chances of '  making big money out of a small investment will  not be, so good.   The time to speculate is when  things are beginning.   The success of this big  tunnel means great wealth for the investors and  increased prosperity for the entire'district  Investors and visitors to the district are cordially  invited to inspect the properties and view the work  being done in the tunnel. For further particulars  address the president or secretary.  OLA LOFSTAD, Ai S. BLACK, ^

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