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The Ledge Apr 1, 1909

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Array i irft'  Jlv  ���������sxt^i-i>i  W"?*3!!'  &.  ������*���������*&  JiidL   -A-i&aaESCSi^'  /)  ^  /  i i Jiafif aim ���������������������������������������������������������������v i  i<niT������irnm> 11  "te^^Trc?  Vol.. XV.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY APRIL J,  1909.  No, 88  ���������^Bssmssaaasa^^  ���������������*��������� *1tfVWI'W*������l !��������� >P  We announce our Spring- Millinery Opening', |  i All the latest designs in Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed |  I Hats on display. . An invit.ition is extondee to all.* $  g^sc������-'f^������3������^aoa������������������eiSW6������g  fully appreciated only  by  this eye  k ?>rt *-. .-.-Iv- r- Th vn~* of S  of 6ho fom'ilo and the uoJket ol' Lhe  v5 *  The city sidewalks' are being repaired.  i  F. AY. McL/'iine returned Fridiv'  last from a trip to NeNou.  Win. Davidson of Sandon was a  a visicor.in the city last week.  ���������   Inspector Deane of Nelson vi-ited  the Greenwood  public schools last  t)  Dry Goods  Boots and Shoos.  '^s^s^^s^ss^^^^ssssi^^^^^^^^s^^s^^smsmss^^  I  if  r\,  m'UHE  i&  t****>  A ten cent package will work wonders  on apparently worn ont-gojds We have  dves in all colors and shades for wool,  silk, cotton or mixed goods in both  Di.imond and Dyola frauds.  \G CENTS A PAC'KAGE.   -  FTP 7^  t������  KUG  We give tho Most Change !;aok  M. W. liiidlow and Miss TL-lun  Shea were married at Deuoro Ia>it  week.'  Dan McGilliH and Thos. Row ���������  of Wellington cnuip wore in the  city Sunday.  Jack Dnpont left Tuesday tn  bpend the. Fiiinmei^ on inn ranch  ii(;;ir Pincher.  J. L. White moved his drug  hueineps the past v. eels to the Wallace-Miller block.  .Jack Calcler leaves this week io  take up a ranch in Alberta on his  South African scrip.  Jas. McGregor, mine inspector,  was a visitor in the city this week.  From here hu wtint up to Phoenix.  There was no inciting of the city  council Monday evening, only tbe  mayor and Alderman Dixon turning sip.  Frank D. Rice, formerly of  Greenwood, in at present surveying mineral chums in the Caa'siar  district.  There was a sitting of the county  court Monday, but all ihe cases  wero either, settled unto! court or  adjourned.  D. 0. McKay has sold out hid  livery business to E. 0. Backless,  and will probably locate iu the  Northwest.  A marriage lic-e>>������f' was issued at  the Government oilier _\ t-.--te.rday in  Keniv   Gray   and  both of- S'dley.  ilo-.il     8upi.>riiili'::di.'.'ii  hurst Ir.iH a force of   men   at  won;  taking tin.- Iciuk'-mt o: lac ro.sd ho-  A ijiiurr fell down.a shaft and  was killed in tho last half of his  shift. The conipanydedueted the  half shift from his cheque. This,  of course, did not make-any difference tn deceased and little to his  heirs, but. it shows 'the liberality  of a great corpora d; on.  Friday morn ing lar-fc the manager  desided he would not close down  the mines and smelter of, the B. 0.  Copper company, so everything is  running smoothly again and the  feet of oni- citizens have, resumed  normal i.emperature.. When the  lunnel is started moat .of us will  have lo he weighted dow-i.  Gro. Cuuningh.'im, jr., in wrif-  iigfiom Keremeos. states Hint he  could jjive employment to between  thiil) and foi \\ men on r-iilway  construction work. He under-  siond tliar, the siin-liri' vus ahou1  io shut lUivvii and wmic-.taiing hi.--  need.*. Any uriempbned who wish  lo engage in construci'm work  can get full information from the  mining recorder.  Jos. VVilmsiiui-st has been appointed road supeiiiiU-hdeiifc for  the Greriiwood riding, v.iili piiwer  to make and uuuuiki' roads at will,  diii ditchc-', piir- in oul-a-rts, hire  and discharge Irish by 'phone,  look titer til}* at the non-com native  nierubrvs of his force, luli iho truth.  FTe has been road forein.*ui for the  past, seven yraiy ami h-is done  good work. With full ..-ontrol he  will be in a better position lo  look after the r('(|iiin'iii"nts in all  parts of the district. The appropriation this year is nob as large  as could be desired, but next year  the district may have belter luck,  aud ib will not be very long before  the term of our iion-resiileut mom  her expires.  The Cafcton Process.  VY. H. Keith of Sea Hie has  furnished the following dc-'criplion of j  the Cat ton method of snHting ore, I  which has been exhibited   publicly  hy a ForioR of ('.','sts in West Semitic.  df-.-sie   Iviiight,  Wilmn  issue, tune  swear at the 0.  P. ii. -and   build   p.issable. roads  1'iie demonstration'; havo taken  plabe at a small sinciter erected by  the Gold Creek .\fining and Smelting corripiiriy. which owns lhe  patent to I be proees-i.  Mr. K-ith :-ays : The furnace is  itself built of liri -k. U 20 feet long,  7 fcrb wide, aad 8 f'< ei. high, lim-d  with fire brick, containing in the  interior two hearths Moping from  the extreme ends of the furnace, to  well aC the center, out of which  the matte and slag are iapp:'d,'aud  has a capacity of about 25 tons a  day, The copper sulphide ore is  led into tho furnace from thr> top  upon each hearth alternately. A f-  ter the fin rnice ha< been preliminarily heated through fire boxes in  the iia>:e to a cherry lvd. crude oil  under pro.-utc is introduced al  one end jusi, ahove the hearth, and  atthesauitt time,  air   is   being sv-  phonod into the checker-work brick  interior at the side of the base of  tho furnace v/ith !10 pound.-: steam  ���������pressure, combiiiiug with the oil in  the combustion chamber above the  ore charge and the resulting heat'  rii-hiiig down over tho charge to  the we'll, thence deflecting upward  over' the charge on the opposite  hearth, giving it a preliminary  roasting and is drawn down through  lhe checker work at that end of  tho furnace and thence to tho base  of the. stark ; at the termination of  20 minutes a butterfly damper at.  the Steam siphon is turned and the  air and hleani are in trod need at  the oilier cud  of  the  furnace, the  3 SeffiS������fl)������S'S!������&t������cS������C5������3������@������������������S������5  I  %  oil intake is also 'switched to the  opposite end and the. mnolfing process is being carried on at that-  end, with too roasting process at  the other. l\\ this way the fur-  ���������:ace is being fed at either end alternately and the smelting is continuous.  Jt is the ulilizition of tho he-it  wasted in smelting oie in roasting  is an tlio opposite end, where much ,  of the  economy  of  the  process is  ^aXittiX'S ijt'Jr-  maintained.  .A 50 ton Einelting plant of this  kind can be installed and fully  equipped for actual work at a cost  of about SG.OOO, and, as it is built  almost etuirely of brick, it can  without diiTkulty be installed in  localities which would otherwise  be  inaccessible  for smelting  pur-  Fort Lungley, where the licensed  bar has been a feature of the town  since the fur-trading days of the  Hudson's Bay company, has decided in favor of temperance, end  the town will become dry after  July 1st next.  The rancliei'3 in the vicinity of  Grand Forks havo commenced  spring work.  The C. P, E. is putting in a spur  at Leqnime's sawmill near Grand  Forks.  Kenneth ilunro h&s been appointed Lloyd's agent for Prince  Rupert and Skecna district.  As p.oon (18 boats are running or.  Trout lake the mines at Ferguson  will commence shipments of ore,  There are stiil about throe feet  of snow at Whitewater.  Cranbrook   ia  now  ia  the   drr  ! poses.  i *    j     Grand   display   of   Easter  ilinerv at Ban lav & Co's.  Mrs. D. \V. Holbrook of Che-  savv is laid up with a slight illnes=.  Geo. Horning, ii youth of Che-  paw, fell into a tub of hot water  last week aud was badly scalded.  . On the Apex group near Che-  saw the shaft is in ore from the r  220 to the 2S0-ieve).  The new C. P. E. tug Mogul,  built to handle large barges b"~  twecn JSakusp and Arrowhead,  will be launched this'we'ek.  Graybaeks sliii  outnumber  the.  human inmates of iho   Fcruie jail.  Owing  Business  \oh  uii$@r lie  Is the best furnished hotel in the l-'onnchiry  district. It is heated with steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. Tbe bar is always abi  times, and meals are served  at any hour, day or night.  une &  Goodeve, ���������  I  I  low KouHilary  John J-I.   K  i.. x  yesii'i-itjy.  tO'-.k   ovfef  fail v.ili lo  moniii.  Kails.  co cuanges wnen have taken place in the  outlook the past fsw days, mm events which  occur at %nj moment requiring- an independent  :T.u-  was   in. the   ciry ' *^1!^������.i-!.Cl \ ���������  t Hi'   S\ IK! :(���������':���������:  ni-   tiniiitr   limit-   ia-^!  .iiiuc'i.-'.!   i> urh   w i;!iii- .i  a l.i*uv  ���������Ledsre- will   continue - to  '? T\  irf<  .5-    *������v*   w J������iT*    i->     ������-*  Vf   '..C !  -   \  +  t h i ?������    F"t a ft % q -j r? -i>,    'V ib Q  accommodate all the young chaps  ! who will now seek arrest,  ! I-'rank Steel has been doing good  work with scraper aud hr.rrows ou  the football arid baseball ground".  Frank has not forgotten his fanning days.���������Xicola. Herald.  Ilosmer   had   its   first  lire  ia?t  week hy which the stationery store  of A. B. Campbell was  destroyed.  Tbe IJosmer ovens shipped 2,'100  tons of coke to the Trail smelter in  I ���������     7 -s =^(-3s      _j   ?>r������rch.  OB ���������' .PIIDIISaIS-uI L -An effort- is-bMng ras^dc to-onst  the Chinks from IXosmer.  " Chas.   O'Brien,   Socialist,    was  one   of  the  successful  candidates  lodge  not  A    Sl'Uiji'.  Con veil tion.   vvirii  apoeialt'C.-,   will   be  Auditorium wn the  lilll  Ultt!..       lYn.Mt'ds  judu'.- church.  eh I   in   tne  in a;d  WsZhGni preeedeni  41*  * w  me r>uDasHer does  not  Li  in  \*" ���������������   ���������*- psr^  .1 -.** *���������-���������' w���������i v/    r    ���������*  .1  Cone  Siiea  ol   Phoenix   >.va->  isiiur m tue ciiy   y.-tenhu  iiioior-eu'le.    lie timi-  bin'   in h.'  travels   by  iJ.ury 2v';:.-li back'with  ove.icviac p.jckec.  I*'rank   Co:iiii  i.f  (V  u,,open lo ousmess  ay claim  Q3r3tDl0f3    DXIT   OOlumV^   Will  'S  men wno wish to Batrosise *,u  i^y  t u i .^  -.itr,;!  '!iiir,>  was iu the  eiiy  ye-ienlay   rceord  nig js^es-iiient on the claims which  he   has   been  developing  for   the.  past three years.  Tho   local    lodge     lOiights   of  ]'ihPT'������"*7'   f,A   fin    CJA  ^rrr-i-E-  n  ' lij������llll &\sV  j_1  p.Vp.  clD  for the Alberta legislature.  The   new    Province    hotel    at  Grand Forks will be opaced today.  The little son of Sir. and Aire.  J. Jam's of the .Royal hotel met  with a very serious accident yesterday morning at llrlo. Air.  Jarvis has painters renovating and  kalsomining the hotel and one of  She in had unlocked an upper ont-  .-ide door, leaving: it onen   in onh't'  ������e  filtfW  wmcii oxners conauct tneir  ������s  I!  r5      tl tt       ������k1  '6  Pythias   will   be.   u.5   iioim-   to all | S-^-j Q'j'H P'"������t'^  jKiiighidiu the disDrict  m-xi Weil-1 W*-*--""���������'  H 9.  g j iie-day   evening.     A fi.-r  6 .smoker will be. held.  m  IL^  J*. Zl.^  nnhov  ���������9    J-  James Buchanan &<.'.: s  ILACK AKD WHB i -,  ^ J Coo. Va!igh;s.;i rotnniiul tiiis  *j? j week from ���������:>. trip through the diin-  llkauieeu. iho Nickel Plate and  other propertied are getting reach  for the season's work.  ������ h p  Q.f5 v(\ 0- <r*r\ n yf"^^'?y i'vciiYi  w ' I'  toy  uj  fi        r  CQmmvfB  K.j \J.  ^2������a^������^Ga*&������������������������^������������s������3'������������^M>se������*3e������!������ois������e  ������ *2^*^3aiJSg^^rf5K!Si5SS^K8KiS3������e^iS!^^  GREENWOOD  IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. 0  neves is m tne oesi  S.Li <j'<j.'. iilH's  'J h.     u  VK>  " A-  them.  as  f.f>firy&  .4j \s \.i ��������������� >J  wnoia  for inspiration as to Its policy,  i  While K������'"fi d.iwa Wali.ice  uiouniaiii froia the Baily mine to  Bi-averdeli last week Ceo. llamol^  Mi over a bin 11' and reeeiveu in-  j^iestbat  laid him up  for a, w | q^J,^   ^gy   g.Q   ^   j^g ^  mQy   ^^   Qn  The  C.   P.   R.  adverti.-ing   tie  ���������-V-?-.  partinent Juirf issued an  iilu.^nai< ���������!: | Lii.C'd  PHOENIX, B. C.  Xfi opposite the Great Northern depot and in a delightful  haven for tho weary traveler. G'reat veins of hot water  run through the entire house, and bathrooms are always'at the service of those in search of material  cleanliness. Tho'dining room'is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of Iho liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go down like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The sample roouifl are tho largest in the motm-  taiiia and a pleasuro to drum mora with big trunks.  ���������PROPRIETOR I  JAS. MARSHALL  8 *  ������������3������������������������������������������������&'f9������������S8(������0���������*������e������������������������������<>!te^W^iS^ ft-  - ���������    ������   S3  DealcrB in % |  P^csb and Salt JVIeots, pish end Poaifcity % $  Sbops in nearly ail tho towns of .ttoimdary and ������ $  i S  ������������������'������������������' ������������������'��������� fcll������ Kootenay, I! I  booklet de.-cnpr.ivo of   Hriii:.tj C.>  luinbui   and   its   resources.     The  book   contains 70   pages  and ,is a.  splendid    advet'tiiieu'it ut    fur   thv. [  province.  Greenwood .Hineis' 'iinio>i has;  applied for a conciliation tioaulj  timier tho Leinioux  Act, lo adjust  1 c     n011) O'      Vi All Vfifi  -5 , -t j to   accelerate   the drying  ol   tin  QOeS    Hot    lllEKe   SU^������8SH^K^H"Ie  Jack'in  running  *" about  ran   too   near  the opening  and fell to the sidewalk twelve or  foiirteen feet below, breaking his  thigh bone.���������IXosaier Times.  The   =Di-3lt.'.r    dam    at   Grand  Forks is being repaired.  g.,     __  j The   coliege   graduates   of   the  80.lt0r   uB" j !-��������� )undary are to give a bsll shortly.  I    A few men wero put  to work on  <-* 1 the Xickel Plare near Hedley last  +" I week.  The sports of  Moyio  play   font-  hill ou the ico of tho lake.  liitnanas  aie a little late in coming up this  j seiif-oa.  The  St.   Eugene is  being prospected with a diamond drill.  The Ludysmitli iawia tonnij? club  has been reorganized.  A.   Jerjoy   cow    brought    f"  b,as never gone to a bank-wicket  iib.jit.K6iB ciiS n&& Li Oli V^  f \l a  f;-������C'i <������������������������ V   >!| T? t^    f }? Q  tuiV   Lii Civ^V   Ciii.s.t    1,'i.It/  IJ  {i,ii5u vt'-i>i*sJ JL-sA   tl'iilA   tjVivwyvp'vwj  A Miraculous S-.eape.  ii)i- .J.tckMMi, ii-n'ti!ii 'v-Ls.jii ;>ii  I'r  hi-;tii,    'i'lii' un-ibes  on   lii*< face ne-! land   surveyors  in  ei'i-sit-.Ui'it ulinl.lt   liflei'll    .Jt!'i-h',������������������< to  .1.  chiu^e  i eiii^e  hirtn up, and   fori���������uiiat.f'  and   as the   provincial gov  v.-  vol1  ���������rr.mi'iit   bears rjiie-fi>ui-tii ��������� of  from  ,i::i:;uivcr  lo  Summerh'ind,   took  ��������� to tii': water 0.1 seeing to.'i:?. of the  j ladies ��������� of ���������Okniiagftii-jj   dry   town.  ! No   wonder   booze   is   prohibited  I there,    it-  is  diilicult  to  imagine  i the ell'ect the inceting a  bunch of  [.Suninierlund   beautios  would ii'ive  t on a man nfter :v prolonged j ig.  tliUi     The government  telephone  line  ho; between Sunmierlaiid  and   Nicola  the  grievances and diiferencc-i bctwVen j P'r1"1'' ,,ml '\ ^'^   v^ "*-;'������ ��������� yon.i Hom^li^ht  M'alp wounilii m> j c^t of the enrveys,   tho  men who j "d wceu bmuiuftrla  iholi. C. Oonper eouipany and the 1 "!l"   w:a^lf   t,!  "ti,th   1M   ,      ! '">^''y   injuriei.    were   M^tah.cd. .'fjuit work iippoaied to ibe provin- j id b������.mg repaired,  anion.    TJuh  w  the   rb-iit wav 10i ������n������'"������till"s   !1 >������Vli   L r>'  t:,rdc   'a>' j������.ii.er thru, a flaking up.    .Jacks-m :-i:.l   govern.ncut  for   mlrcsH     Jf|     Rev. Ii. G.   Esta  arrange ditVerenccH.  J.L and Jlr.-i. I'Veney It-it on  Tiiesclay'H train for llairi.son, (Jul.,  where iV!i-H.. i'Veney will -visii, with  fticuda during the auniiuer. Joe,  Ed. Did and Ah. iMctiiiuen will  (iiOHpect this ^euson in New Ontario un a iiiuhIi .diet.'  Robert Wood (Mine down from  the oalley dim week., Fuv noun:  ciiue ttiey have hern working mi  the No. 7 vein and are iu un ii-  about 300 fc t.��������� Tie: nunc u. innK.  ing well and dyveloj.iu 111 is lici ,4  [i.iid for by ore .���������uupuicius  0. J.   Mo Vrthu,    ������������������  batur.iay  packer   on  1 ighl-of vvav eo.nri- : f'.i  mine complct-d 'i.ii.in  ;i!ht. 1 he contr.'ji-t wan  ing. ri^ht of way ,-iiiit  pole1) for ii. power line.  ruiitt from tlm Mutlu'i 1,  Jewell.  The i-priiig  inilli  IJai'ijt  :i ive   ii'.-  ' le- ,b-W -i  tin- lijiii  tor ci .0 -  puuiug in  The 1   ..ni'.- in Hi.'  fit:     was     liCIJll  snowshot's   for   !'.'.    U .  .So-cf! n.f Oliicngo, who w,e;   looki-ig  iivt-r ^-oiiii'  tiuihi'i-  iimit:- up there,  and when ussciKling a Mrep incline  ,loe :-li[i|ii'd,   fell,   and   went   over  lb*'   bluff.     He    drwpped' a,   r-tiecr  lifrv   fi.i't.   nnd   m   rolling   down  slriV.'k a big l-ouldcr, which stopped  iiis lii-iidlong   ilight  and   havud- h-s  life.     Had ii.'imt struck thnt i-tone  |,iitc Would loivc hi'cti smashed to a  I pulp   and .Ida.'inangh i|    i-i-uoiius  j d. 1 shed in to   ihe   tiirlnil'-iit vv-io-r-,  ! friuij   vvhich   it   i.y   diinhMiii   a hie  j b'dy    would    havu  tjv������:r  in-cii   re-  Urovi.-re'.l.       riio:-:e   who   know   the  j .-p it -s.ue th.'t the cli iiic-s of tv. ,ipi  j under .--itiiiUr condition-, Would oe  I on-  in  1 million.    Theoi.hiM'.-101 in-  I ing Hie  ci-.ii.-iiig   parts    hurried jib  ii... |i-o-iiiu-. to   where   the 111-  i')!:i.' !-'s     (Hid   alter dressing  ������������������uii-'.':.i jo.  o���������:.���������'..  Uey could, c;ot  00 iv 1. 1 in-   I i- v'' s'loreand  L'O to  ii  11'  bo.pit.il, nnd loft j Mr, Mausim hi.-refused   to to sign  :!,  Iiiiil no  i for ids  homo' in   Nelson   Monday.  ! Ho st. iv oil at the KhsIo hotel over 1 more than nicely ilai-nor I'Jngmeor  LSunihiy aud spoke-freely ami cheer-j ijiieon and Assistant. Engincci  ! fii/ly of hi:-i iiiii;i(Milous escape. ! I'dlsbury, both of whom aro em-  | Jackson t.- a budy old tinier, and j plo.seeM of the rnilway . company,  care   ic  will not I    '  with ordinary  long br.fo.-e he  little   di-di-ured    hut  ring.���������Ivooii-ii.iiaii.  is  ���������:l  around   again, a  *���������"'��������� .still   in   th-'  ir  but neither of whom are provincial  Old Rats Paid.  M)Ot|  j''"'"-  his '1  nun  < hivei'oiiii'i,t    v^'-nt   Alaiison   is j  rt'poi'ied iim !������������������ 1'u.^iug in sign check- ;  i-Hiied to  itien   '.soiiiiug  on   town-|  site   and laini  surveys  when  lhe I  amount. spocili"d  iu'l.he check  le.-s than  ->-lo for a  full   month's  pity   tor   laborer*   and   8100    for  trauhitmen.    This  \h   the  rate  of  wage:i paid iiy   the  (.rrand  Trunk  Pacific up to  l>.'Ci'mber ;5lst, when  wati'.'Li were cut.   from   Sl.o   1.0  0.'}���������')  land surveyors, will be forced to  issue checks for the old vvages, mid  also be forced t" hire good men to  take tho ]>i;iees of tho mislitd who  are nosv employed in the camps,  even if the, good men are on the  olaei'.listj in the harbor engineer's  v.'liice.���������J'riii'.'C Rupurt r.'mpire. ,  brook   of  :'-:urn-  merlar.d in the owner of a hen that  :l   inches ty:rr\- chvr  ay������ eggs 61, x 7  inthe  sveeic  except Kuuday.    On  me. ctii'cKrf  as  Mated  above, it iy  !oi.:i   likely Harbor Kntr  the seventh diy ahe juut'cijchl'.'  The city of Trail pays its clerk,  assessor, collector and poiicoifian.  all combined, ������90 a month, and  stiil he.lituh time to attend to Ion  I own 'btisihOnii, but doer, not have ui  divide the city printing di'.uliy i^-  twei'n two offices.  Tii'.1 Doukliobor colony nt V������rater-  [ loo haw received  through  the cu.s-  ! (.01113 over a too  of garden tveiln.  j This give." mmifl idea of vvhnt tli^  ..-.._ i colony ia doing.    There are  now  |_.(    Tie  first  baseball   game  of thej ,m uie  wny  rJOO  .'idditioual ��������� nieiu-  ' ; season will be placed here Sunday ; |,urH ���������f tj,0 i;0lony, and their  fares  jncvl. at'J.-30 between   I'lioenix and |������..|0iio   will   amount   to ��������� ��������� ?lfJ.<n>:j,  lUreenwood. I ji'tftoon tlifjusand fruit tre-.s iij-f lo   "-   j bo net out thtM year,  of whioh  <ci:  ic Methodists will  give  their, thousand svill   l.ia apples and live .  e-l v  ��������� pe.-.  mil from $100 to ?.7j on orders  I eoiiiruenci'U . 12 mill: pull tn a row j from tho romp.uiy'M solicitoi'H 'in  (.;������������������>��������� will taue pi.ic.- to-! Ir-al, lt������ Jvurlo. On ' ,-M'nviug . berej jMouti'vjal. Ail the ���������'j-lo-a-month  morrov, and Suainbiy. liie editor j l.>r. A- W. liagnall examined and' men rpiii except thico or four.  cuuuot dcaci ibe lhe "artistic cU'.aits dresticd Jiickson'a wounds, syh'ii-li j Their plucea have not been filled  of tl i'.' display,    Millinery can be' vvcro   severe   about the fuee (,'Hnd to the sa*,ii-fu<;uon of I be provincial  V  1 give  annual beefs'eal; pie liinner Entitor  Monday, April l'.;'th, in the church.  Dinner served from "r.W to tS. A  prognmnne coiiKisling of mimical  numbers, and a Hcarf drill by seven  young ladies, will be given after  the. dinner..,Admission of) ';e;i(H.  ihoiiyaud peaches.���������Trail Nov\;  Work will bo rommed on  tho  Eva mine at Camboruo thi������ apriug.  You are invited to our Millinery  Opening April '..'ad and JJrtl.    Uur-  clavACo. 1TI������    LEEiGE<    GREENWOOb.    IsSlTISII    COLUMBIA.  way ner ciieetcs wore paie ana   ncr  eyes shndosveu. I  "Rut���������but do you know the reason  why   Oswald   didn't   vote?"   she   do- .  mantled. i  Bruce nodded.   "Same reason.   Ills j  mother Insists that he shall vote the '  FEAST OF MOHURRUM.  British  'By Vl'RGIjNlA. -BLAITi.  Copyrighted.    190*1,    by    Associated  I.itcrury 1'ress.  "A man who can vote nnd won't  vote ought to bo made to vote," said  1 'enelopc dra mat lea 1 ly.  "Of coursu U' you feel that way,"  Oswald Boeriug said stlUly.  "Every woman should fool that  way"���������Penelope's scornful little nose  was in the air���������"and every man. The  welfare of the country depends on It."  "I'm not so sure"���������Dooring was fast  becoming aggressive���������"that a woman  knows"���������  And then Penelope blazed. "Of  course"���������becoming aggressive���������"that a  woman ought not to dabble in such  things. But the blood of my ancestors  Is In mo. All of my grandfathers were  In the Hevolution and in the svar of  ]S12. My father served with honor in  the civil war and my brothers in the  Spanish -svar. IIow can I help feeling  that the men who wouldn't fight  were"���������   She stopped.  Oswald  was   very   pale.    "I   know  what you -were going to say���������that because I didn't fight 1 was a coward."  Something in the stillness of his anger frightened Penelope.  "I didn't mean"��������� she faltered.  "Yes,  you did,"  he told her.   "You  meant that 1 was a coward because I  didn't go to the war when your brothers did.  F>ut there were reasons."  "There arc always reasons," she  flashed out. "1*011 may uow say there  nre reasons -why you are not going to  vote tomorrow."  "Well, I don't think you could understand if I told you, Penelope."  She stood up and faced him. "Oh,"  she said, and her little figure in the  clinging mauve gown was drawn up to  its full height���������"oh, I always thought  that you put women on a low plane,  Ossvald, and now I know it."  "It isn't that,"- he said doggedly,  "but I think I ought not to be made to  explain my reason for not voting. It  involves some one else. I shall stay  nway from the polls toniorrosv as a  matter of conscience, Penelope."  Her little nose was buried in the  bunch of violets he had brought her.  "I don't  think it is  worth arguing 1  about," she said at last wearily as she  lifted her head from the flowers.   "But  I really think we couldn't be happy if  we feel so differently."  "You mean"��������� He had risen and  was standing beside her.  "I mean that���������that I think we have  made a mistake."  "Then you won't marry me, Penelope?"  "I have never said that I would, Oswald."  "No,   but you gave me hope.    You  Columbia       Mohammedans  Celebrate   Holy  Day.  "Ya Husan! Ya Hussuin!" Although British Columbia is, and will  ticket that his father alwavs did, and i b*< a "AA'hito Man's Country," there  his conscience won't let him. He says ! *������re ������ ������ew Peogle .here, who jaised  conditions are different now. So he  doesn't vote at all."  "I think he's somewhat tied to his  mother's apron strings." Penelope's  voice was scornful.  this   slogan ��������� whether   inwardly   or  knew that I though t"-  "J.iltlc sister"���������I.rticc's stoutly gaze  made her flush deeply���������"if you knew  what Oswald's mother had done for  him, the sacrifices she made that he  might go to college! She cannot live  many mouths now, the nurse says, so  I feel that he is right, even If she is  wrong to demand it."  And after that Penelope fled lo her  room and thought it over. What a little prig she had been to call him a  coward! lie was braver than���������why. he  was tho bravest man in the whole  world to face the world's scorn for his  mother's sake.  And oven as she thought it she resolved that she would toll him at  once. It was late, and beneath the  dull gray clouds in the svest was the  line of deep orange where the sun had  set.  Par down the street she could  see  the light  in   Oswald's  olhYe,  and   to-  svard that light when she had slipped  on her raincoat and hat she made her  ��������� way.  I     ller timid knock  brought her lover  i to the door.  !     "Penelope!" lie stammered  when he  sasv her.  "Yes"���������she Hilled past hi in and dropped into the big chair in front of the  fire���������"I've come to make up.'/  She was smiling up at him, but there  came no answering smile.  "I want you to forgive me," she faltered.  "Por calling me a coward?" There  was a bitter note iu his voice.  "I���������I understand now that it was because of your mother that you didn't  go."  "You had to be told that?" he asked  sternly.     "No   belief  iu   me   brought  you   here   until   you   had   proof���������oh,  Penelope!"  "You should have told me, Oswald."  "After your distrust, no."  There was so much o'f finality iu his  tone that she stood up trembling.  "Then there's nothing else to say,"  she murmured and weut to the door,  a little forlorn figure iu her gray raincoat aud soft felt hat.  Then suddenly she wheeled and  came back.  "Oswald,"   she   said   and   stood   in  front of him, confessing like a child,  "I love you.   I ask you to forgive me."  He was very white.   "No," ho said.  "Oh," she reproached him, "a bravo  soldier forgives his enemy!"  "You have told rae that I am not a  brave soldier."  i     "l'ou arc the mau I want to marry,"  j she said.  I     "I am?"   nis lips were set in a grim  ! line.   He came up lo her and caught  feast of Mohurrum came in last Wednesday. The observers of the Mohurrum in Victoria worn very few, as  our "visitors from India"���������sve often  svish devoutly they were other people's visitors���������are Hindus, for the  most part, to whom tho great mourning feast of the Mohammedans is  anathema, lint a few Mohammedans  thero are, all the same. In those  cities of India svhere both sects are  numerous, the feast of Mohurrum affords a busy time for the British police and military, who must quell  the. riots incident to tho differences  of creed. In his storv, "On th.j  City Wall," Kipling thus describes  the feast of Mohurrum:  "The Mohurrum, tho great mourning festival of tho Mohammedans, was  close at hand. . . . Thero were  rose-bushes round us, the stars above  us, and from every quarter of tho  city came lhe boom of tho big Mohurrum drums. You must know that,  the city is divided into fairly equal  proportions between the Hindus and  the Musaliiiaiis, and where both  creeds belong to the fighting races,  a big religious festival gives ample  chance for trouble. When they can-  that is- lo say when the authorities  art: weak enough lo allow it ��������� tho  Hindus do their best to arrange some  minor feast day of their own in time  to clash with "the period of general  mourning for the martyrs Hasan and  Hussain, the heroes of the Mohurrum. Gilt and painted paper presentations of their tombs are borne with  shouting and wailing, music, torches,  and yells, through the principal  thoroughfares of the city, which fake-  menfs are called "tazias." Their  passage is ' rigorously laid down beforehand by the police, and detachments of police accompany each  "tazia" lest the Hindus should throw  'bricks at it, and the peace of the  King and the heads of his loyal subjects should thereby be broken. Mohurrum time in a "fighting" town  means   anxiety   to   all   officials,   be  I Can't Praise  Them Too Which  EPIGRAMS  OP A  QUEEN.  so  He  SAYS    CHARLES     BELL  DODD'S  KIDNEY   PILLS.  had Rheumatism for Ten Years  and the old Reliable Kidney Remedy  Cured   Him  Completely.  North Range, Digby Co., N. S:,  (Special.)���������"! am so filled with gratitude to Oodd's Kidney Pills that I  cannot praise them too highly." Those  arc the words of Mr. Charles Bell,  well known here, and they are echoed  by many another who has been freed  from the tortures of rheumatism by  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "I" suffered terribly from rheumatism for ten years," Mr. Hell continues, "I was so bad I could scarcely  got in and out of bed. After trying  various medicines without getting re-  lie', % friend advised me to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills. Six boxes cleaned the  Rheumatism right out of mc."  That's what Dodd's Kidney Pills do  to Rheumatism���������clean it right out of  you. They do this simply and naturally. Rheumatism is caused by  uric 'acid in the blood When the  kidneys are healthy they strain this  uric acid out of the blood, Willi no  uric acid in the blood there can lie no  Rheumatism. Consequently lo cure  Rheumatism, euro your kidneys.  Dodd's Kidney I'ills always cure the  kidneys.  The Venus of Milo explained.  "Pulled 'em off hanging on car  straps," she said briefly.  Thus we .learn beauty does not  always obtain a seat.���������New York  Sun.  No child should bo allowed to  suffer an hour from worms when  prompt relief can be got in a simple  but strong remedy���������Mother Graves'  iW'orru   Exterminator.  Witticisms   of   Marie   Leczinska,   thu  Wife of Louis XV.'  _ 1   The wife of Louis the Well Beloved  0l~   had more need than most of the consolations of wisdom and philosophy.  That she possessed them ��������� both in a  marked degree is quite evident   "To  great goodness Marie Leczinska joined  solid   information,"   says   Imbert   de  Saint-Amand in "The Court of Louis  XV."   "She knew six languages���������Polish, French, Italian, German, Swedish,  Latin.   Men of letters were struck by  the shrewdness of her judgment on  things of the mind.    Several of her  maxims have been  preserved, which  attest a  lofty  soul  and  a  profound  knowledge of the human heart.   Here  are some of- them:   'We ought not to  reflect more on the faults of others  than will suffice to preserve ourselves  from them.'   'Human wisdom teaches  us to conceal our pride; religion alone  destroys it.'   'To live peaceably in so-  doty sve must open our eyes to the  qualities  which   please  us   and   shut  them on tho follies and caprices which  shock  us.'    'The   women   who   pique  themselves most on knowing what it  Is allowable for them to bo Ignorant of  are those who care least about instructing themselves concerning what it is  shameful not to know.'   'Many priucos  have regretted when dying that they  had made war; wo never see any who  repented of having loved peace.' 'Good  kings are slaves, and their people arc  free.'   'The only thing which cau make  amends for the slavery of the throne is  the pleasure of doing some good.'   'In  politics, as In morals, the shortest way  to make men happy is to endeavor to  make them virtuous.'"  0'  CRANBERRY  LORE.  "See  here,"  said   the  irate  roomer  to the chambermaid, "don't you ever  j sweep under the bed?"  I    "I  always do," answered the   girl  ..._ _,    ^   iwi   ���������lllv-1���������ia    uc_ I innocently.   "It's   so   much    handier  cause,  if a riot breaks ouC'the offl-j than    "sing a dustpan." ��������� Chicago  cials and not the rioters are held re- j Daily News.  sponsible.    The   former   must  forsee   everything,   and   while   not   making' Tf\f\     I ITTI F     Rf OOFi  their   precautions    ridiculously    cla- j  ' V/V7     L.I 1 1 LL,     ULWU  borate, must see that they are at least    adequate." | t  The Mohurrum is observed in hon-' Responsible for Neany all of the  or of the Mohammedan martyrs. Hussain,   the  principal  of these,   was   a  grandson of the great Prophet.    He  Misery Women tincture.  Anaemia is written on the features  Before his accusing eyes her own ! hcr uands ^most roughly in his.  dropped I '"-Then if you marry me you shall vow  "But I uever really said 'Yes,' " she ( allegiance to your husband."  whispered. "What do you mean?" tremulously.  "Perhaps not. But I understood ! "SaJ' WUJlt l toM -vou " lie command-  that it was because you wanted to be | ?fl- "! lo��������� J'011' Oswald, more than  sure."  His voice broke, and then all f hoino or. friends or country."  at once he gathered himself together  and, with his head held high, said  sternly, "Don't talk of a man's allegiance to his country, Penelope, wheu  you have failed in your allegiance to  your love."  "I don't love you," she began, but he  Interrupted her. "You do. You. know  you love me, Penelope. But deep  down..in your heart you don't trust  me. And 1 don't want that kind of  love. I want the love of a woman  who believes in me."  She was staring at him in a dazed  way.' "Then���������then���������goodby," she quivered.  He came over and took both of her  hands in his. "Oh,'Tittle Penelope,"  he said, "why can't you trust me?"  Her lips Quivered. "Why can't you  tell me," she demanded tearfully,  "'why you Won't vote, Oswald?"  He hesitated and then shook his  head. "No; it's a matter best left undiscussed.Perhaps some day you'll  see things differently."  Her chin was raised mutinously. "I  shall always love my country, Oswald."  "And I shall always love you." And  with that he was gone.  Left alone, she wondered if it was  true. Surely in a little while Oswald  svould be back begging her to forgive  him.  But the next day came, and the men  gathered at the polls, and Penelope's  father and his sous went out to vote  as the men of their family had done  before them for conscience and for  country, and at dinner they toasted  their favorite candidate In water from  their own clear spring, and their father made a little speech. "We have  all been fighters," he said, "and I hope  I shall never have a son or a grandson  to break our record."  And Penelope, thinking of Oswald,  winced. What place bad ho among  those men of war?  But when the feasting was over her  youngest brother, Bruce, said, "I've always felt that there wns no force like  the force of .arms, but I tell you I  heard something about Oswald Deer-  lug today that made me believe in a  new kind of courage."  "What was It?" they demanded.  "Well, the nurse who takes care of  Oswald's mother told me when I was  waiting In Oswald's office today. It  seems that his father was killed In tbe  civil war and that since then his mother has been very delicate.  "When the first news of fighting in  .Cuba came Oswald was wild to go, but  she opposed it strongly, and nt last,  when she found that his mind was  mado up, she had a heart attack that  nearly killed her. So Oswald stayed  at home und studied medicine, but he  has never really got over his disappointment,"  Penelope's father brought his hand  down on the table with n bang, "But  lie should have gone at his country's  call," and Penelope's eyes flashed,  "And have killed his mother?" Bruce  asked quietly. For a moment tho older  man was silent, and then he snid, "It  was a test of patriotism, bnf the boy  did the'right thing."  renolopo leaned ncross the table nnd  asked nn eager question, but only her  mother knew of her real Interest and  And, with white lips, she repeated it.  And then he took her in his arms  tenderly. "Little girl, little girl," he  whispered, "forgfve me for hurting  you, but a man has his pride."  "I know," she whispered back, her  eyes shining, "a man has his pride,  especially a brave man like you, Oswald."  was murdered by Yazid, Caliph of of ninety women out of a hundred  Damascus, on the Oth day of the Unmistakeable are the signs of "too  Mohammedan month Mohurrum at little blood." Tho weaker sex is as-  Cufa, near Damascus. Ever since that ! sailed at all stages by the evils result-  year, the day of Hussain's death has   ing from bloodlessuess, from the girl  been observed by Mohammedans. In  Persia, stages are erected in public  places   on   that  day.   and   plays   are  who is weak and languid, with dull  eyes, pale lips, fitful appetite and  palpitating heart, lo the woman who  enacted, showing the misfortunes of feels "never well," with pains in the  Hussain and his father Ali.���������Victoria back and across the shoulders, faint-  Colonist.  A Country of Wonders. ���������  The story below was told by the  Hon. Peter White of Marquette, Mich.,  in the course of his historical address  upon the development of the Lake .Superior region on the occasion of the  Sanlt canal semicentennial celebration:  Some years ago, when the side wheel-  2r Baltimore was making very slow  progress up the Take against a heavy  head 'wind,"a Frenchman, who was a  passenger, walked out on deck just before dark, took a look at the Pictured  Rocks and was much pleased with the  view.  In the morning, before breakfast,  he again came out on deck, and the  panorama astonished him.  "What ees (lis beautiful sight you  have here?" he asked.  He was told. "You are again looking  at Pictured Rocks."  "What a great countree!" he exclaimed. "Before you go to bed you  walk on de deck. You have a grand  view do Picture Pock. Den you go to  bed, you sleep well all night���������de  steamer is go ahead all de time���������you  come out on deck In de ifiorning, you  see Picture Rock again. What a VIg  countree you got nnd what big Picture  Rock!"  No one told the.adniirlns'-Frenchnian  that the captain, finding that he could  make no headway agaiust the wind  and the waves, had run back to White-  fish point during the night and that be  was then looking at the same rock  pictures he had seen the .evening before.  Heirs to Great Estate.  Mrs. W. G. Walton of Hamilton is  looking for tsvo relatives named Page,  who once resided on North Hughson  street in that city, and who, with  some fifty others, aro believed to be  heirs to the estate of the late Henry  Page, Marble Arch, Middlesex. England, said to be worth $750,000,000.  The heirs are scattered all over the  continent, and include one named  Page, residing in Saginaw, Mich., others in St. Thomas and London, and  (���������uito# a few in llol.hwell. The St.  Thomas heirs include Mary, widow  of the late Luke Page; Joseph Knight,  and daughter Valerie; Byron Knight,  two sons and a daughter. The Roth-  well heirs are: Mrs. Stephen Sussex,  Mrs. Alex. Kllsvood, Mrs. Charles Calloway, William .Ell wood, Mrs. Minerva Sussex, Alfred Sussex, Mrs. L. Mc-  Coll, Miss Ferna Sussex, Miss Ethel  Calloway, Miss Delia Galloway, Miss  Lottie Galloway, Mrs. N. K. Cornwall of ThamesviHe, Mrs. Thomas  Reynolds, Charles Galloway, jr., Geo.  Galloway, Mrs. Lafo Young of Essex, Roy W. Young, Frank Young,  Miss Helena Young, Mrs. Hannan  Burr of Detroit, Mrs. William Pope.  Mrs. Wesley Ellwood, Miss 'Hat-tie  Ell wood, Miss Maud Ellwood, Mrs.  William Frank and Mrs. D. D. Campbell of Fillmore, Sask.  Boats For Skeena.  The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway  Co. is calling for tenders for the construction of two steamboats for the  Skeena river service in connection  with construction work on the western division.  Capt. S. B. Johnson, superintendent  of the company's steamboat service  on the Skeena, will establish headquarters at Vancouver, which is considered an indication that the boats  will be built in one of the local shipyards. They will cost about $35,000  each.  Tenders require their completion before the first of June. They will have  a length of 136 feet and 29 foot beam,  with a carrying capacity of 140 tons.  Crabbed  Carlyle.  There is a story of Carlyle in hit  old age having taken the following  farewell in his broadest Scotch of a  young friend svho had had him in  charge for walks and svho, while al-  .most always adaptinj: himself to Car-  lyle's mood, had on a sint'le occasion  ventured to disagree with him: "I  would have you to know, young man.  that you have the ci-par-ity of b:'ing  the grc.'it^.nt. bo.--> in Christendom."  Cuba's Many Namos.  Cuba is knosvn In history under several names. The first was Autlllu,  thou Juiina, after a Spanish prince.  Feruaiidlua came third, followed by  Santiago aud the Isle of Ave Mariu.  The original Indian name, Cubanacau,  signifying "where gold Is found," was  finally adopted, and usage shortened  it to the first two syllables.  Mice   Had   Lofty   Nest.  A queer story comes from a city in  the svest. While some workmen, a  fu-sv days ago, were removing the condemned spue of a church, 255 feet  from the ground, they found a largo  colony of mice, comfortably nested, in  the hollow part of the woodwork, at  the base of the gildod cross that  topped the steeple.  What a long journey the little  creatines had to make for food and  water! Could it b:.' possible that they  s-el.'ded that lofty dwelling place to  secure safety from their-natural enemies!' The case is remarkable, and  would b; incredible, were it not  vouched for by those whose word sve  cannot doubt.  ing fits and aching limbs. And Inter  at life's turning point, nervous disorders and heart troubles make great  calls on a woman's strength.  At all ages Dr. AYillianis' Pink Pills  are especially valuable to the female  sex, for they alone possess the power  of making in abundance the rich, red  blood of health. They fill the starved  veins with new.blood, so that en-  feeblcd bodies are strengthened, weak  nerves are fortified, and robust health  is restored.  Mrs. E. Smith, Windsor, N.S., says:  "A few years ago my health began to  fail.    1 suffered greatly from  inward  troubles, and in about a year's time  my whole system was almost a wreck.  My  blood  had  turned to  water, and  my   heart' had   become   so  badly effected that I could scarcely go about.  In fact life had almost become a burden, and there seemed little hope for  me.    One day a friend  asked mc if  I had tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  and told me that she had been in almost the same condition I was and  that the Pills had restored her lo her  present splendid health.   I took courage  from   what  my   friend   told ine  and began to take the Pills.   I took  them   regularly   for   several   months,  constantly growing stronger, and the  internal  troubles  from  which  I  had  been-afflictcd were disappearing, and  my whole'system'seemed   to     have  gained  new  strength.      I wanted to  make certain that there would bo no  return of the trouble and I continued  to take the  Pills for a time after J  hud':, really, fully recovered.    Since J  have proved for myself what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can do, I have recommended them to a number of suffering   people,   and   those   who   have  given them  a -fair trial have proved  with me that Dr. Williams' Pink Tills  are just what they are recommended  to be."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 00 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Teacher���������Is there suposed to be  any vegetation on the moon?  Shaggy-haired Pupil ��������� Ycs'm.  There's lots of things planted in the  dark of it.  Several   Delicious   Ways  of  Preparing  This  Much  Used  Berry.  There are all kinds of ways of preparing cranberries. Some cooks serve  them as a very' acid, thin sauce and  take the trouble to strain it. This is a  mistake. Cranberries should be heavily sweetened and cooked with little  water, so that they can be molded in  pretty individual molds.  A quart of cranberries require only  a cupful of boiling water. Boil steadily rather rapidly for twenty minutes,  add two cupfuls of sugar aud cook for  ten minutes longer. xYn exact time  must-bo given in cooking cranberries  if one wishes to havo them jelly properly. Almost any cranberries will jelly perfectly if cooked exactly according to these directions. Do not strain  them. Tour into small china molds.  This gives a dark, rich looking mold  that is not too acid, yet preserves all  the individuality of the fruit.  Spiced cranberries are something  like spiced currants. Put two even  tablespoonfuls of ground cinnamon,  one of'ground cloves and half a table-  spoonful of ground allspice into a muslin bag and tie it up. Simmer it In a  cupful of cold water for half an hour.  Then add the spiced water to seven  pounds of cranberries, three and a half  pounds of sugar and two cupfuls of  elder vinegar. Cook slowly until thick  and then seal up in jars. Some housewives serve this in place-of the ordinary cranberry sauce as a novelty.  Cranberry sherbet is a refreshing  dessert. When not frozen very stiff  it is sometimes used as a unique sorbet to serve at au elaborate turkey  dinner. This ice melts easily, so that  it should be served immediately. To  make it, boil a quart of cranberries  with two cupfuls of water until soft.  Add two cupfuls of sugar and stir until dissolved; Let it cool, add the  juice of one or two lemons and freeze.  Some housewives may prefer the ice  sweeter.  For a novel cranberry pie have at  hand a cupful of cranberries, half a  cupful of seeded raisins, a cupful of  sugar, a cupful of boiling water, a tablespoon ful of flour and a teaspoonful  of vanilla if you like the flavor. The  pie will be just as good, if not better, without it. Cut the berries in  half and cover them with cold water.  Let them stand while you chop the  raisins and mix them with the flour,  sugar, boiling water and flavoring.  Lift the berries from the water and  stir them into the mixture. Bake it  between two crusts.   .  AFTER 20 YEARSqfSUFFERING.  Zam-Buk's  Healing;   Power Proved  by School Commissioner and  Baptist   Deacon.  ^NE   of   the   most   recent  converts   to   the  Zam-Buk method of treating and "curing  disease is Mr. C. E. Sanford, of Weston,  King's  Co.,  N.S.   . .     ..  Mr. Sanford is a Justice of the Peace for.the  County, and a member of the Board of School  Commissioners. Ke is also Deacon of the  Baptist Church in Berwick. Indeed, throughout-  the County it would be difficult to find, a man  more widely' known and more highly respected.  Some time back he had occasion to test  Zam-Buk, and here is his opinion of this groat balm.    Ke says ;���������  "I never used anything that gave me s-^ch satisfaction as Zam-Buk.  I had a patch of eczema on my ankle, which had been there for over  twenty years. Sometimes, also, the disease would break out on my  shoulders. I had taken solution' of arsenic, had applied various ointments, and tried all sorts of things to obtain a cure, but all in vain.  I was advised to give Zam-Buk a trial, and as I am a firm believer in  Nature's remedies, I did so. ' From first applying it I saw it was  altogether different to the ordinary ointments and embrocations, and it  soon began to show signs of clearing away the eczema on my ankle.  This was so gratifying, that I persevered for some time with it, and I  am glad to say it had the desired result. I am now cured of the  disease which defied every other treatment for twenty years.  " This is not the only direction in which I have proved the merits of  Zam-Buk. I suffered for a long time from piles, and I found a perfect  cure for this painful ailment in Zau-Buk. Zam-Buk soothes the pain,  relieves the congested veins, and so restores the elasticity to the tissues  that the pile3 gradually but surely disappear."  Zam-Buk Is a positive and certain cure for cuts, burnt, bruises, sprains, piles, festering  sores, ulcers, scalds, blood-poisoning, eczema, scabs, chapped hands, cold cracks, chilblains,  ringworm, scalp sores, bad lug, diseased ankles, and all oilier skin diseases and injuries.  Rubbed well into tbe parts affected, it cures neuralgia, rheumatism, and sciatica. All druggists  and stores sell at 30c. box, three for $1.25, and post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for  price.   Refuse the harmful imitations sometimes represented to be "just as good,"  A  Definition.  Lawyer���������After all, what is an insane  man?  Alienist-���������One who has committed  a crime and can't prove an alibi. ���������  Cleveland Leader.  Corns cannot exist when Hollow-  ay's Com Cure is applied to them,  because it goes to the root and kills  the growth.  She���������Is it, true that Miss Blank is  going to marry the Prince?  Ho���������l'!r���������well, they have issued a  denial of the story which contradicted the report as to the falsity of the  rumor that the account svas untrue.���������  Brooklyn Life.  Repeat  it: ���������"Shiloh's Cure will always,  cure   my  coughs   and   colds."  Repeat  it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my coughs and colds.''  "I notice 11 mnn-who had a cold in  his head  has committed suicide."  "Poor fellow! Now what fool  friend could havo advised him lo  try that remedy?"���������Philadelphia Ledger.  Phonographs In Court.  T. C. P.obiiicltu, K.C., of Toronto,  suggests that phonogiv phs b:i used to  take flit! judj/e'ij charged to lite jury  in capital cascn He si.ys that when  11 rerfeivod cuse is carried before a  Supreme Court it ict important that  the voice ii, fleet ions should b.j given.  He says thr.t 0:1 p-.ip.-r words' may  mean one thins :.u<i iu. ijt>(>k''.n exactly the n.".- -'-wi'.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Burns, etc.  Happy Bride (on wedding four)���������  You way we are coming to a tunnel,  Hurry?    Is it 11 long one?  Bridegroom (momentarily depn.ss-  cd)���������Yes; entirely too long. The conductor tolls me they light up tlto  cars before entering it.���������Chicago Tribune.  King Outside Politics.  A correspondent who called the attention of the King's private secretary to a New Year's letter from H. C.  Brodie, Liberal M.P. for the Eeigate  Division of Surrey, to his constituents, in, which lie stated that "the  King and the nation have found in  Mr. Asquith a new Prime Minister  of the highest talents," has received  a reply from Lord Knollys, in which  he says:  "The King strongly disapproves of  his name being used in political circulars. I noed hardly say, therefore,  that His Majesty's name did not appear in the communications which  you forwarded to me with his permission."  "You've made a mistake in your  paper," said the indignant man, entering the editorial sanctum. "I was  one of the competitors at that  athletic match yesterday, and you  have called me 'the wcllfcnown  lightweight champion.'" "Well,  aren't you?" said the editor. "No,  I'm nothing of the kind, and it's  confoundedly awkward because, you  see, I'm a coal merchant ["���������Scottish  American.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  Tho Cork Center,  Tbe town of San Feliu de Guixols,  Spain, Is the great cork manufacturing  center of the world, Tho fifty or sixty  factories employ 1,200 men and women  manufacturing corks.  Snowless Lands.  Over two-thirds of the hind surface  of the earth snow never falls,  Swiss English.  A Zurich newspaper published the  following advertisement in English:  "Residing board house among a  charming .sot of mountains. Very bc-  Hc-oming for families or singular individuals. Shadowed glades and amiable places for renting for guests of  the cure. All facilities for mountainous expeditions, Excellent kitchen,  with lager boor running from the  tap."  Tn an English village tin official  notice reads ns follows: "The public  aro warned a*/ainHt using the svell for  domi'Hlin purposes mi logs, previously  boiled."  ���������Vi-.-*.' ���������-W^i '>���������!������������������: V/}',lv ."*~-'->*i,i*M'M.";������.,';i1T/\\  wmumm  Waffles In Style.  "Isn't It good news that waffles ore  really In stylo? Every one has always  known that wnflles with sirup were  extremely good, but until recently they  have been half forgotten. Now they  nre actually fashionable, aud it Is quite  the thing to serve them with brown  sugar or maple sirup as a separate  course at a luncheon.  This being the case, It Is well to  know just how to-make them. Made  with rice, they are delicious, A good  recipe calls for a cup of boiled rice,  three egg3, one ounce of butter, two  cups of sour milk and one teaspoonfuT  each of salt and soda.  Stir Into the rice the creamed buttei  nnd the eggs, which have been beaten  Went Him One Better,  One of the occupants of a railwaj  carriage was a gentleman who beguiled  the time by telling some rather "tail  yarns" of his experiences abroad. A  solemn looking Individual with a camera and tripod sat in a corner seat-and  listened without a shadow of a smile.  Tho traveler, having concluded an impressive story, says Loudon Ttinch, began again: "I never see a camera but  It reminds mc of a sad occurrence"that  befell a friend of mine while sve wero  traveling in Italy. Ho svas an enthusiastic amateur photographer, and when  we climbed Vesuvius nothing would  satisfy him but a near view of the crater, lie wanted to go to the very edge.  The guides told ului of the danger. It  wns the last seen of my poor friend!  Sad, wasn't it, sir?" he added, turning  to the solemn man. The latter shook  his head. "Do you doubt my word?"  said the traveler. "No," returned the  solemn man, "I don't doubt your word,  but I fancy your memory is failing."  "Eh? How so?" "Because," said the  solemn man slowly and'gravely���������"because I am the man! AjhI yet you  don't remember me! I came out agalu  on the other side of the globe, but I  got my view!" There was dead silence  for n few minutes afterward, and the  traveler cot off at tbe next station-  Old Time Sports.  Hard riding was an .achievement  in which our great grandfathers-excelled.- says London Tit-Bits. "Squiro  Osbaldoslon rode 200 miles in under  nine hours on relay horses, and wanted to back himself to ride the distance  in eight hours. A queerer test, according to our standards, was the  match arranged between Horatio  Ross, riding his horse Clinker, against  Lord Kennedy's Radical, ridden by  Captain Douglas. Ross knocked-  Douglas head over heels over a gate,  as the riders had agreed that jostling,,  charging, and crossing were to be allowed at the jumps and anywhere-  else. Those conditions of racing do  not belong to our day, but the hardihood has not left modern polo  grounds. Everybody knows the story  of the polo ' player with a broken-  collar-bone who rode off his man-  again and again as if nothing had  happened."  Then there is the extraordinary record in markmanship of Horatio  Ross, who in a pigeon match with  Lord Macdonald gave five yards and  then won the match with a total of  fifty-two pigeons out of fifty-three  shots at thirty-five yards. Another  extraordinary feat not frequently performed was that he svould go out and  kill as many as twenty swallows before breakfast. It svas Ross who offered to walk anybody to London for-  $2,500, and nobody would accept the-  challenge.  Gun With a History.  The modern sportsman who objecta  to u gun weighing more than seven  to a froth. Add the salt and soda, stir Pounds would find burdensome a gun  in the mill: and ndd flour enough to. Purchased by Arthur Scran of Wewo-  mnke a thick batter. ' ka, Okla., from a negro fnrinor, eighty  lmB������i  Bo sure that the waffle Irons aw  very hot nnd buttered. Fill them three,  quarters full with the batter and bake  carefully.  Tho Crater's Mouth.  "Now, Pearl Beem," asked the Wyoming school ma'a rn during the gnogra<  phy lesson, "svhat Is It that volcanoes  throw up?"  "Walt a minute!   I knosv-don't tell  years old, who lives near that place.  The gun was given to the old negro  when he wns a small boy by his master In Texas. It Is n double barreled  eight gauge shotgun, handmade, weighing sixteen pounds, twist barrels, muzzle londer. This gun tins a rcmarkablo  history, and the old negro's master,  William Klmbrew, who was 0110 of  the pioneers of Texas, In Lennon  county, mnde many a hard fight with  tho gun against the Indian and Her-  W.   N.   U.   No,   731.  me!" cried Miss Beem excitedly.  "It's | lcan marauders ln tlie old T"n8 r������  enllvn!   Hedhot  siilivar-Lipplncott's   public-Kansas City Tlnun,  Macnzlnu.  A Nervous Wreck  Now in Robust Health.  Mrs.M. E. Harron, of Newton, Ont,  writes: " I must say our son would have  been In a consumptive's grave long ago  had it not been for PSYCHINE. He was  taken down with La Grippe and a severe  cold. His who'e system was weak, including his lungs, which were seriously  affected, as is always the case after La  Grippe.  "After taking several remedies and  treatments we procured PSYCHINE, and  tongue cannot tell the marvellous results  brought about in two months. He gained  over twenty pounds in weight,and strength  and appetite returned.",  Mr. Harron himself is most emphatic  as to the beneficial result of using PSYCHINE. He declares, "To-day I am in  splendid health and have never been sick  a day since I took PSYCHINE."  PSYCHINE is thegreatesttonicknown  to medical science. It builds up the system and tones up every organ of the body,  enabling Itto resist and throw off disease.  Weak mrves cannot exist where PSYCHINE Is used consis ently. Send for a  trial bottle and prove tbe truth of these  statements.  PSYCHINE Is sold by all druggists  and dealers, 50 cents and $1.00 a bottle.  IH.IWUMJ4W1V ������W"*tf,LWLW"llrtUIWBmSBT  "MS^Si-iY"    ""       .^iij^Hmffij^ THE    LEDGE,    GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  iwsi  ms*  WAS TAKEN SICK  FROM CATCHING COLD  PE-RU-NA RELIEVED.  MISS ERNESTINE BOUVARD,  Duck Lake, Saskatchewan,' Canada,  writes:  "At the close of 1903 I took sick as  the result of catching cold. 1 became  very sveak and could not do anything.  "I consulted a doctor who had me  ��������� take various kinds of medicine, but J  diil not find any relief from my sul'fcr-  ��������� ing.   At the advice of a friend, [ wrote  to you and you advised mc.  "After I had taken tsvo bottles of  Peruna there svas noticeable improvement. I combined the use of I'cruna,  Manalin and Lacupia and after taking several bottles of each I (ind myself entirely cured.'  "I can certify that it was through  your medicines that I recovertd my  health. I advise every one who is  similarly afflicted to obtain Dr. Hart-  man's advice and  be benefited."  Mrs. Wilcla Mooers, R.F.D. No. ],  Lents, Oregon, writes:  "For the past four years I svas a  wretched woman, suffering with severe backaches and other pains, leaving mc so weak and weary that it svas  only with difficulty that" I svas able  to attend to my household duties.  "I used different remedies, but  found no relief until I had tried Peruna.  "Within tsvo weeks thero. svas a  change for the better, and in less than  three months -I was a well and happy  woman.  "All the praise is duo to Peruna."  Peruna is not a local remedy, but  an internal systemic remedy. It will  relieve catarrh in its most obstinate  form.  Badly Put.  The minister of a certain Yorkshire  church recently asked for a prolonged  holiday on account of his wife's  health. The church was very sympathetic, arid at a special meeting the  senior deacon endeavored to express  the. sentiment. "We are all sorry he  has to go away," he declared, "especially for such a reason. But let us  hope the cause will soon be removed.'  LORO DUDLEY BOYCOTTED,  Australia's Gdverriof-Qcneral Has-Fallen Foul of the Consuls.  Lord Dudley, tbe new Governor-  General of'Australia, is at loggerheads  with the foreign ��������� consuls-general ��������� in  that grrat dependency. In fact, the  foreign consuls have inaugurated a  social boycott of the earl, which is  likely to injure no onp but themselves.  For inasmuch as Lord and Lady Dudley are by virtue of their official rank,  their wealth, and their great personal  popularity, the hub of all social life  in Australia, the .'refusal of the consuls lo meet Ibje .Governor-General  merely has the effect of their cutting  themselves off from' intercourse with  all those people svho constitute the  best and most agreeable classes of  the community.  Through the good nature, ignorance  of official etiquette, and indifference  ofv former governors of the various  antipodean colonies, before Australia  was transformed into a huge commonwealth, subject to the sway of a Governor-General, the "consuls and consuls-general were permitted to gradually usurp diplomatic prerogatives,  and status, until they have grosvn to  look upon themselves as not mere  consular officials to whom exequaturs  had been granted to enable them to  fulfill certain clerical duties in connection with the promotion of the  trade and the clearing, of the shipping  of their respective countries,' but as  full-fledged envoys accredited as diplomatic representatives of their Government to the chief executive of the  Commonsvealth.' They put forward,  and by degrees secured, prerogatives  that a minister plenipotentiary, or  even an ambassador, would hesitate  to demand, and svere constantly squabbling, both among themselves and  with the federal and state officials,  about silly questions of precedence.  Lord Dudley, having heard about  this bo'ire sailing for Australia, took  counsel with the Colonial Department  and the Foreign Office in London,  and as a result thereof intimated  quietly on his arrival in Australia as  Governor-General that he did not propose to continue to .accord to tho consuls any exceptional privileges or to  recognize in them envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary of  their respective countries  International law and treaties unite  in declaring foreign consuls have no  special privileges bbyond other foreigners, and are thus subject to the  lasvs, civil and criminal, of the country in which they reside.  TRY THIS FOR  YOUR COUGH  ^  Mix two ounces o'f Glycerine with  a half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine  compound pure nnd a half.- pint of  straight Whisky. Shake well, and-  take in doses of a teaspoonful every  four hours. This mixture possesses  the healing, healthful properties of  the Pines, and svill break a cold in  tsventy-four hours and cure any cough  that is' curable. In having this formula put up, be sure that your druggist uses the genuine Virgin Oil of  Pine compound pure, prepared and  guaranteed only by the Leach Chemical  Co., Windsor,  Ont.  fi NEW MOTHER GOOSE  DANADA    NOW . HAS    HER  NURSERY RHYMES.  OWN  The  Matrimonial Spur.  Long���������To what do you attribute  your great business success?'  Strong���������To my wife. She made it  necessTiry for me to earn more money.  ���������Boston. Transcript.  David Boyle of the Ontario Education  . Department Has Written a Volume  of Jingles For Children Which Are  Intended to Replace the Ancient  Rhymes With New Homc-Grown  Ones to Educate Young Idea-  THE  LONG  HALL  ' Faultless in Preparation.��������� Unlike  any other stomach regulator, Parmo-  lee's Vegetable I'ills are the result of  long study of ��������� vegetable compounds  calculated to stimulate the stomachic  functions and maintain them at the  normal condition. Years of use have  proved their faultless character and  established their excellent reputation.  'And this reputation they have maintained for years and will continue to  maintain, for these pills must always  stand at the head of the list of standard preparations.  On Sale Everywhere.���������There may  be country merchants svho do not  keep Dr. Thoriins' Electric Oil, though  they nre fesv 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  shosvs that it is the1 only popular oil  The visitors in the historical museum gazed curiously at a small  feather pillosv which nestled in u  glass case.  "I don't see anything unusual  about that pillosv," remarked one of  the visitors, turning to the guide.  "It's a very valuable pillow," replied the guide. "That is Washington's original headquarters." ��������� Lip-  pincott's.  State of Ohio, City of Toledo, >  Lucas County. ) S3#  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that  he is senior partner of the firm of F.  J. Cheney & Co., doing business in  the City of Toledo, County and State  aforesaid, and that said firm will pay  the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-  LARS-for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use  of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK J.  CHENEY.  Ssvorn to before me and subscribed  in my presence, this 6th day of December, A.D. 188G.  -      A.  W.  GLEASON,  (Seal.) Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood  and mucous surfaces of the system.  Send for testimonials free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.  Sold by all Druggists, 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. .  The Snake Eradicator.  When a native in India thinks there  are snakes in his house, he sends for  the "charmer" to remove them. He  arrives with an assistant, a crosvd of  natives from the neighborhood is collected, and the show begins. The  audience are ranged in a semi-circle  round the entrance to the dwelling",  and within this ring the two performers move slowly about, playing  their primitive pipes, with the object  of luring'the snake from his concealment.  Then "one of the two. men will enter  the house, cautiously peer this way  and that, while the onlookers watch  carefully for the capture. Darting into  a dark corner, he svill make a grab,  and, amid the cries of the delighted  audience, emerge with a fine cobra  held tightly by the neck.  A close examination of the snake's  mouth, however, svould reveal the fact  ��������� that it was quite harmless. The snake  is, in fact, a pet animal, carefully  concealed in theifirst instance in the  loose folds of the clothing of the  "charmer," and is smartly produced  at the psychological moment. The  house-owner is, hosvever, thoroughly  satisfied that his house is rid of the  scourge, pays the snake-charmer his  fee, and the latter then makes off in  search of fresh fields and pastures  new, where he is sure of finding other  dupes.  "Do you find poultry keeping  pays?"    '  "Well, no; I can't say that it pays  me, but I think that it pays my boy  Jim." '  "  "How's that?"  "Well, you see, I bought him the  fowls. I have to pay for their keep  and buy the eggs from him, ancl he  eats them."���������Illustrated Bits.  Repeat it:���������" Shiloh'3 Cure will always-cure my coughs and colds."  Editor���������Have you ever done any  work on a newspaper?  Applicant for Position���������Yes, sir ;  for nearly six months I contributed  to a column in our home parep under the head of "For the Uplift of  Mankind." .    .  Editor���������Go to the office of the building on the top floor and see if they  want an elevator man. ��������� Chicago'  Tribune.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  ' Gentlemen,���������My daughter, 13 years  old, svas thrown from a sleigh and injured her elbow so badly it remained  stiff and very painful for three vears.  Four bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT completely cured her and she  has not been troubled for two years.  Yours trulv,  J.  B*.  LIVESQUE.  St. Joseph, P.O., 18th Aug.,  1000.  The lawyer told Mike Dolan, his  client, that he had a good fighting  case. Mike mused a minute and then  ���������would do any good to send his Honor  a couple o' ducks?" "No, no!" replied the lasvyer ; "I know him too  well. If you did that he would decide  the case against you, sure as fate."  Two days afterwards the case was  heard, and Mike won it out and out.  So he culled on his lasvycr, and in  tho course of settling up affairs'.remarked, "Well, you see, sir, it was  just as well I sent his Honor those  ducks." "What!" exclaimed tho  astonished counsel ; "you sent tlte  ducks nfter what I said?" "Yes, I  did," replied Mike; "only, after  whut you told me, I thought it just  as well to send them from the man  on tho other side."���������Dundee Advertiser.  Havexjne  Doctor     I  No sense in running from one  doctor to another. Select the  best one, then stand by him.  Do not delay, but consult him I  in time when you are sick.  Ask his opinion of Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral for coughs  and colds. Then use it or  not, just as he says.  Sir Robert Romer as a Poet.  Although noted more for his legal  erudition than his wit, Sir Robert  Romer, the late Lord Justice of Appeal, svho recently celebrated his 63th  birthday, possesses the knack of happy retort. Some, fesv years ago there  appeared in one of the legal journals  some lines addressed to "Miss  Equity," in which the writer, -ivhile  admiring her beauty, described her  principles as weak. "The Reply of  Miss Equity," written by Sir Robert  Romer, svas as follows:  My beauteous featurts you extol,  Because I plainly show them;  My principles appear but weak,  Because you do not know them.  Like the Lord Chief Justice, Sir  Robert Romer has always believed in  working his muscles'lis well as his'  brains. "The harder I worked at  sports the better I could work at-  mathematics," he once said. Rowing  and cricket were the pastimes in  which he excelled at Cambridge, and  in later years he has always made a  special point of walking at least eight  miles every day.  The Stage Censor.  "He has exercised .his important  powers unobtrusively and with considerable tact." That is the opinion  genorally of the theatrical profession  concerning Mr. G. A. Redford,*whose  official position as Examiner of Plays  is threatened by Mr. Robert Har-  eourt's bill, recently presented in the  House of Commons. It is with the  office, and not the man, that the  3tnge is so wroth���������so wroth, indeed,  that Mr. Redford has been called the  "devil's disciple." Mr. Redford was  formerly a bank manager, and does  not court popularity. His pet aversion is the photographer, and he also  dislikes four-wheelers, since one overturned and nearly killed his wife.  Her escape was little short of a miracle, for the vehicle was laden with  heavy luggage, which. might have  fallen through and crushed her as  she lay helpless and imprisoned at  lhe bottom of the cab.  "Doctor," growled the patient, "it  seems to me that ?500 is a big  charge for that operation of mine. It  didn't take you over half a minute.'.'  "My dear sir," replied the famous  specialist, "in learning to perform  that operation in half a minute I  have spoiled over eleven pecks of  such eyes as yours."���������Success Magazine.  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.  Logical Deduction.  "Say,  pasv,"  queried small  Tom ins  Toddles, ''is a man who loves books a  bookworm?"  "He is frequently so called, Tommy,"  replied Toddles senior.  Then," continued Tommy, ,"I sup- ���������  pose a woman who loves silks is a silkworm, isn't she?"���������Chicago News.  "Hoppity, jiggity, jig,  "A squirrel upon' a twig,  "Isn't it fun  "To see him run?  "Hoppity, jiggity,  jig."  Sounds very much like "Jack and  fill went up the hill," doesn't it?  That's just syhat it' is intended to be.  It is the first of a series of nursery  rhymes lately published by the Mus-  Bon Book Co., and they fill a long-felt  want. With characteristic modesty  lhe author has not put hi3 name,  upon the publication, signing the  aom-de-plume "Uncle Jim."  "Uncle Jim" has been found out,  however, and he is Mr. David Boyle,  curator of the Ontario Education Department. He has taken the name of  his brother James, and supplied the  "Uncle" part of it, as Mr. James  Boyle is fond of children.    ���������  The nursery rhymes arc purely  Canadian in matter arid treatment,  and as such arc destined to take the  place of the doggerel verse which the  children of to-day are taught in the  nursery.  "As long b-.ck as I can remember I  have felt the need of Canadian  rhymes;" said Mr. Boyle. "As it is  the children learn a lot of silly stuff  that does them no good. What was  needed svas simple versos with some  Bense in them svhich, when the children learned them, svould do them  some good.  "I composed most of them lying in  bed at night. I am not troubled svith  Insomnia once I get asleep, but oftentimes I have trouble in starting- off,  as it were.' Then it was I svould hit  upon some idea or verse, and doze off  thinking it out."  The work is the product of years of  labor on Mr. Boyle's ��������� part, just how-  many he -cannot sisy. He composed  many more than are published, and  in making a selection follosved an ingenious plan. . .  "There is no critic so good, no criticism so exact, as that formed by a  child, provided the matter does not  go beyond the youngster's mental  powers," stated  I*fr.  Boyle.  Acting on that principle he gathered  a number of children around him and  to them he read the verses. Every  one thnv thought poor went by the  board,, vv-hili onlv those they selected  svere published. The result is that  inanv here svill appeal to the youthful  mind.  The book is profusely illustrated,  the work b:>ii:g done by C. W. Jef-  ferys. Mr. Jofferys, whose newspaper  illustrations are known throughout the  whole of Canada, has certainly excelled himself in this regard. All the  drawings are illustrated in colors and  many of them are undoubted works  oi art.  "When the Governor-General came to  town  "His ladv svore a purple gosvn,  "But when his Lordship went away,  "Her ladyship wore a gown of gray."  The verse is surmounted by a drawing of the P.-.rli...np,nt Buildings at  Ottawa, with tho King's crown beneath.  "How the rain nours,  "And the lightnings flash!  "IIow the wind roars  "And the thunders crash!  "But my little b- by is safe as can bt,  "Cuddling here on mother's knee."  i hat is  a  verse  which  appeals  to  evcrv mother's h������art.  "Tommy Temper had  a fall,  "He  bumped  his   brow   and  gave   a  bawl,  "As soon's his  head had struck the  floor,  "Niagara never grve such a roar,  On  the  page  N  a  drasving of the  historic Falls of Niagara.  Up the hill we.haul the sleigh,  Men Wouldn't  Bother Her.  "I did mean to go to the ball," said  Miss Hoamley, "but I can't secure a  chaperon."  "Why, it isn't a masked ball," replied Miss Cutting. "So of course if  you don't wear a mask you won't need  a chaperon."���������Catholic Standard and  Times.  "Down the hill we go with a dash;  "If we don't steer straight the whole  of the way, ;���������-,���������  "I guess.you'll see a b>t of a smash:'  Many ofthr ki'Vlies' bigger brothers  and sisters can give testimony to the  truth of the verse from their experience on High Park and other hills.  A little bit of nature study is contained in the following:  "A mouse and a wood chuck went out  to svalk.  "And thev met a porcupine,  "The woodchuck said 'Good Day,  "The little mouse said 'Go way,'  "You're so  rough  that  I  don't  like  your talk.  "Although   you  may  think  you  are  fine."  Another verse will appeal to every  lover of Canada's national game.  "Hi! Hi! Hi!  "When vou play lacrosse.  "Hi! Hi! Hi!  "Always-give the toss  "To one who is your friend,  "Or soon the game will end,  "tiiI Hi! Hi!  "To your loss."  Another has to deal with the Wick-  Wo publlih our rental**  W������ btnl.h aleokot  from ourioMUaiiiM  W������ uriS ten to  o*n*a>* yoa*   a  <SM,      |  Always keep a box of Ayer's Pills in the  house. Just one pill at bedtime, now and  then, wilt ward off many an attack ol  biliousness, indigestion, sick headache.  How many years has your doctor known  these pills P Ask him all about tbem,  ���������M*d* ������j Uji J.a.Ktu c��������������� hmtu. lUaa.���������>  One Pipe Lasted 2 Hours, 60 Minutes,  In a smoking contest held at the  Walthnmstosv Baths, England, recently Mr. G. Smith smoked an eighth of  an ounce of shag for two hours and  fifty minutes without letting his pipe  go out. Four hundred mon competed,  and twenty-five prizes were presented  by Messrs. R. und J. Hill, Limited  Hindus Sue Officials.  Bahiiri Singh and ten other Hindu*  of Vancouver are seeking to recover  $20,000 damages from Dr. Munro, immigration inspector, for alleged wrong-  iul detention at the C.P.R., wharf last iii>iin> ^  ww->  >  _  March.     Coming from Fiji Islands, i wjnt01. niy boys wore so bad with colds  a  Sometimes   it   becomes   chronic   and  returns   again   and   again,   wearing  out its victim.  At  other   times   it  develops   rapidly  into   pneumonia���������cure   is   found   in  Dr. Chase's Syrup of  Linseed   and  Turpentine.  Any cold is serious enough   when      iwiv ��������� ._  .._  its dreadful possibilities are consider-   ec] rjrosv, who pulled up Ihecorn^ of  ed,  but when  there  is  soreness    or  tightness in the chest and a dry hard  cough you can look for    bronchitis,  which is  often    confused    with    an  ordinary cold.  It is usually known by aching limbs  and body pains, chilly feelings,  wenriness and weakness, pain in the  chest and a tight, tearing cough.  Fever, dry skin, thirst, coated tongue  and constipation arc other symptoms.  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine seems almost like a_ specific for bronchitis because it is so  successful in loosening up the cough,  aiding expectoration and preventing  the inflammation from reaching the  ittngs.  Bronchitis is particularly dreaded  because of its tendency to develop  into pneumonia and even when this  does not result bronchitis is likely to  return again nnd again whenever a  slight cold is taken until it wears out  even the most vigorous system.  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine is so prompt in affording  relief and so thorough and far-reaching in action that it succeeds when  ordinary cough medicines have no  influence.  Mr. James F. Thompson, Yongo  Mills, Leeds, Co., Out., writes: "Last  the HinduB wore-detained for deportation under the order in council, as  not coming direct from land of origin.  Subsequently the order-in-council wua  disallowed by tho courts, it being declared that tho Govcrnor-General-in  on tho client or bronchitis thnt they  coughed all night ancl could get no  rest or sleep. Sevornl cough remedies  were tried to no avail until I was  told   about   Dr.   Chase's    Syrup of  IZX^co^rS^^ Linseed and Turpentine , and thin  authority to a minister, oad the Hb>, treatment soon cured them.26 ots.  duB wore liberated ' & bottle, at all dealers, or hdmtinson,  hi3 trial; and "of how all the other  birds gave evidence against him by  reason of his predatory habits.  Another is to thn rhyme of "London  Bridge is falling dosvn."  "I'm going to s"c Toronto Fair,  "Toronto Fair, Toronto Fair.  "I'm goinc to snc Toronto Fair,  "Said little Johnnie Jumper."  The other versos tell of tho marvels  he saw there.  At the end aro half a dozen pretty  Indian stories in  prose.  "It isn't poetry," said Mr, Boyle,  "and it isn't supposed to be." But  it is nn excellent book of verse, neatly gotten np^ that svill bring joy to  more than children.  Pharoah Had Hard Heart.  The Pharoah whoso heart svas hardened against the children of Israel  so that he would not lot them go.  was othersviso known ns Menenhtnh  Some lime aco sst.s described the discovery o( his mummy in the tomb ol  Anionhotop TL  Canadian Beggar Abroad.  "Frederick Archdale de Smith," tin  man who, posing as a paralytic in  London, Eng., earned enough money  to maintain u villa at Norwood, has  an imitator in Justin Alexander, a  Canadian, aged 24, who was sentenc- j  ed to 2l days' hard labor for begging  a few days ago. Taking his stand in  tho gutter in Now Bridge street, Alexander begged from the passers-by un-  dor the pretence of selling matches.  His right coat sloove was hanging  empty. Ho had lost hi3 right hand  but had a wooden one, which wns  covered with a glove. He preferred,  he said, to have the sleeve of the coat  empty to oxeite pity.  The  First  Consideration. Is  to   Break  the Length.  The long, narrow hall which almost  Invariably has a part in the arrangement, of modern apartments seems to  offer very limited scope for effective  furnishing, and yet, being the Index of  the home, from which the visitor gains  his first Impression, it should receive  at least as much care and thought as  the rest of tho house. A person who  has had success In this respect gives  the following suggestions:  "The first consideration Is to break  the Interminable length,' at the same  time increasing its apparent width. To  accomplish this plain paper should be  used- for the walls aud of excellent  quality even if at the expense of some  of the other rooms. Then, in place of  the long runner, shorter rugs should be  substituted���������three or four that range  from five to seven or eight feet in  length and of the hall width, placed  not too close together. Now divide the  hall into sections, according to the  length, by hanging Japanese portieres  across.  "These portieres come at very moderate prices in rush, but the .bead ones  are much handsomer. In cither case  the portieres may be separated In the  center, drawn aside and fastened with  a band of some oriental stuff or a  heavy' cord. Not only is tho effect  more attractive,but the apparent width  of the hall Is increased if the portieres  harmonize with or even match the  wall paper. The height, too,' is further  accentuated by tho suspension of n  lamp or lantern from the ceiling at the  center of the sections. The lanterns  preferably should be rather small.  There are some handsome little ones  of wrought iron with colored glass that  cost only $1.50, singularly suited for  the purpose, the only disadvantage being that they must have caudles, which  come especially for them.  "Framed pictures, adding ever so  slightly to the effect of narrowness,  should be avoided, and if decoration is  desired it may be accomplished by  means of tapestries or handsome antique wall rugs. Armor plate, too, may  be used with good effect, and where  there is a sharp turn a tall picture  screen with three leaves may be spread  across the corner, giving a curve instead of the rather unsightly angle, or  in this corner there may bo room for a  tnboret for cards or for the telephone  or both."  "GROWING  PAINS."  There's   No   Such   Thing���������The   Cause  and the Remedy.  "When I was a child no one knows  what I suffered with what used to be  called growing pains. . They were  usually most intense late in the afternoon' or at night. Sometimes mother  would say, 'Oh, never mind, dear; you  will soon be better,' or, 'You will be all  right tomorrow; don't cry.' Aud so 1  went on until one day the pain really made mo ill. The family physician  was called in, and he said nine times  out of ten these so called growing  pains 'are'muscular rheumatism. For  the benefit of .other little sufferers I  would like to tell you about the simple though efficacious remedy he prescribed," writes a contributor in a current magazine.  "When a child complains of aching  legs day or night remove at once the  shoes aiid stockings, put two table-  spoonfuls of plain bicarbonate of soda  in a small foot tub or wash basin (or a  wooden bucket will answer), pour on  the soda about two quarts of very hot  water to dissolve it, put the little feet  into this solution as hot as can be  borne, add more hot water as that in  the vessel cools and ret the feet soak  until the water does not feel hot.  "Then dry the feet and legs^on a soft  Turkish towel to get up a fresh circulation. Now moisten the finger tips  and palms of your hands slightly with  olive oil and rub the soles of the feet  and the calves of the legs, not down, in  the old fashioned way, but up toward  the knees. The heat relaxes the tightened muscles,-and the oil softens and  feeds them. This affords blessed relief to young or old. It is a great mistake to allow any one to put his or her  feet on a hot water bag. It makes  them tender. But if the room is cold  put the hot bag in the bod to warm It  before a person gets In. It should be  removed when ready to settle down  for the night."  ���������l/i  0,jera Box Cushions.  One of the curious things about the  renting of a box at the Metropolitan  Opera House is that if you do so you  have to supply your own cushions for  the chairs in it. All of tho boxes, except a few in the parterre row, are  furnished with one style of chair svhich  has a closely woven cane seat and  back and svhich, like lhe frame and  legs, is heavily gilded. Long ago women occupying the boxes made the  discovery that after sitting on one of  those chairs through a performance  the pattern of the cane weaving was  Imprinted on the stuff of their frocks,  and so some one conceived the Idea  of having cushions made to use on the  night that the box svas theirs. This  custom has grosvn to be almost universal, and the'cushions are cared for  by the attendants and are put In place  before the doors are opened, just as  the name plates are slid into the  frames on the doors of the boxes.���������  New York Press.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  WILL CURE YOUR BABY  If your little ones are subject to  tolic, indigestion, constipation,  worms, simple fevers, or the other  minor ailments of childhood, give  them Baby's Osvn Tablets ancl see  how quickly the trouble svill disappear. But better still, an occasional  dose of Tablets given to well children  svill keep these troubles away. Mrs.  Allan A. MacDonald, Island River, N.  M��������� says: "My baby suffered greatly  from constipation and stomach trouble and Baby's Osvn Tablets cured  him. I always keep the Tablets in  the home now." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Broekville, Ont.  Cause for Gratitude.  Punch has a piquant cartoon representing a distinguished looking man  greeting his wife-on returning from a  journey with these remarks :���������  "Oh, and I say, Laura, before I  left town, Mrs. Hugh Wilson gave  me three enormous pears for you. I  ate one in the train, sat on another,  find gave the third away. Don't  forget to write and thank her!"  Impurities of the Blood Counteracted.���������Impurities in the blood come  from defects in the action of the liver.'  They are revealed by pimples and unsightly blotches on the skin. They  must be treated inwardly,' and for this  purpose there is no more effectis'o  compound to he used than Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills. They act directly on  the liver ancl by setting up healthy  processes have a beneficial effect upoii  the blood, so that, impurities are  eliminated.  "Hosv's your new  kid?"  "Fine."  "Don't you find that a baby brightens up  a household  wonderfully?"  "Yes, indeed. We have' to have  the gas going most of the night now."  ���������Cleveland Leader.  Belle���������Dick says I grow prettier  every time he sees me.  Estelle���������You should get him to call  more often.���������Illustrated Bits.  Fallen Shattered Idol.  There is something pathetic In the  decadence of the red Indian. The heroes of our boyhood's days���������the scalp  hunting, panther-like, pathfinding, relentless "braves" of Feniraore Cooper  ���������are now very tame dwellers In compounds. They have even descended to  the use of soap.  That Is the last straw. The American Indian office has received a request from some of the reserves for  200 tons of soap and 00,000 yards of  toweling for the red Indians. Bang  goes the red paint in one fell swoop!  Only one more rung on the ladder  can follow. That Is a demand for  hairbrushes. The last of the Mohicans "died on the hill." Happily for  his peace of mind, he never lived to  Bee his race using soar1,���������London M.  A. P.  Many patent medicines have come  ancl gone, but Bickle's Anti-Con-  sumptive 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  are in need of something to rid yourself of a cough or cold, you cannot  do belter than try Bickle's Syrup.  THE KING'S  SWANS.  " The physician attending me prescribed, on my  rallying from an attack of  rheumatism, your Scott's  Emulsion, which I have  been taking every winter  since.   I find it most valuable in strengthening and  building up one after a  severe illness.   I have not  had rheumatism since the  time mentioned above and  I owe it to your most valuable Emulsion.   It is my  life now, and makes me  strong and healthy."���������R.  PICARD,   Grand   Ligne,  Quebec.  For two hundred years before Scott's Emulsion came  Cod Liver Oil was used for  rheumatism,     i  is modernized Cod Liver  Oil; the purest and best oil  partly prccligested, ninde  palatable and suitable for the  most delicate child or invalid.  ,It enriches the blood, tones  up tbe entire system, and  drives out rheumatism.  .    A 1,1, DRUOOIST3  tot nn ������������������(���������ml yon n. copx oi Mr. rionnl'.i  li'tliir nnd o'hi'r lltunitura on tho nil).  Ji-ct, A 1'nnt C:iril, mt'titlonlni; thlspupor,  la miiliulunt.  SCOTT & BOWNE  126 Wollinttoit St., W. Toronto  All on the Thames Above Staines Are  Owned by Edward VII.  for firing a gun at one of EIng Edward's ssvaus on the river Thames recently Ralph Dickinson, an undiscrim-  inating sportsman, was fined 5110 by  the Feltham magistrates. It can be  seen that trifling with the king's cygnets is still a serious offense in England, though it is not, as in the reign  of Charles II., a crime punishable by  death/ -''.': - ';V- '��������� -  American visitors to England who  have gone into ecstasies over the thousands of swans that are such a feature  of the Thames may not know that  every bird on the river belongs either  to King Edward or the Vintners com-  ' pany, one of those extraordinary institutions in the city of London which  exist for the purposes of banqueting.  George I. gave the Vintners the privilege of keeping swans on the river,  and they own all the birds below  Staines, while the king owns those at  Windsor and the upper reaches of the  river.  There is constant friction between  the king's servants and the Vintners  because the birds of both parties will  persist in intermarrying.  The Vintners have a great annual  function known as the "nicking of the  swans," when, to the accompaniment  of the consumption of much fine port  and sherry, the members of the company go on the Thames and watch  their officials catch each swan nnd  mark its wing so ns to distinguish, it  from King Edward's birds.  King Edwnrd has a gorgeous functionary known as "the keeper of tho  king's swans," who has a distinctive  uniform attached to his otlkc, which  Is described In "IIow to Dress at]  Court," tho volume recently published ]  by the command of King Edward.  One of tho principal duties of the  royal swankeepcr Is to slay two young  cygnets Nov. 1 and take them in state  to wherever the king Is staying. When  the birds are cooked the ssvankeeper  accompanies the dish to the royal ta-  hle.-New York World.  Repeat  it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will always  cure   my   coughs   and   colds."  A   six-year-old was   seated    in    a  barber's chair. "Well, my little  man, hosv svould you like vour hair  cut?"  "Oh, just like papa's : svith a little  round hole at the top."���������Scottish  American.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  '"That pretty girl wants a place in  the office.   Can't we give her a job?"  "What can she do?"  "Well, she earned a prize in botanv,  and she can make fine svelsh rabbit  and  Battenberg lace." ���������  Cleveland  ader.  An old plasterer is called upon, to  give evidence for the plaintiff.  Counsel for the defendant tries to  bully him.  "Have you ever been in prison?"  "Yes, twice."  "Ah! hosv long the first time?"  "One whole afternoon."  "What! And the second time?"  "Only one hour."  "And,  pray,  what  offence had you  ommitted   to   deserve   so    small"  a  pinishment?"  "I was sent  to prison    to  white-  nsh a cell to accommodate a lawyer  who had cheated one of his clients."  London Opinion.  cICENZIE'S  SELECTED  For the WEST.  BEST for the most Critical  Buyer. BEST for the Economist. The quality of your  seed contributes everything  to your  success.     Insist on  McKenzie's Seeds,    grown  for the West.    Address  BRANDO?  or  WRITE    ^Si^f^L  FOR "^^ALTA^  CATALOG.  A. E. MCKENZIE CO., LTD.  THE  FINEST  TEA  The  World Produces  la  When the Earth Quakes.  Some idea of tho stupendous power  of the subterranean forces exerted by  earthquakes Is shown by the changes  effected by them In geography. Mountains have been oblltcrqted or nesv ones  formed, islands have been mado or destroyed, and whole stretches of coast  Hue wiped out. For Instance, In September, 1759, on the lofty tnbleland  about 100 miles southwest of the City  of Mexico, a piece of land four square  miles In area was suddenly raised 550  feet, and numerous cones appeared,  ono of them, tho volcano of Jorullo,  being nearly 1,700 feet high. 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w'tv nil   the.  bii;M!ii-sfi   men  of thu, ^
city.    Rome   of   the-e  piqued   tho  son' L' u_	
resolution,    iniioci'iii.lv   belivvinr
PVUl I3H=.R.
other couiitricr, it is sent pirslp,iid lor
���' 50 a yt-cir. Address all If-tU-is to The
i/ed>.;u, Oief.asnod, H. 0.
1  rsiAfcrnv j'is   had  been   represented to Vneiu,
itbnfc it -.V!!ul;l s!.roii^'i!ic!i the haaid"
lot' the manager in !iAs'"in^ Iho mine
J,\'-.. W. i'.,'.m'< -.rv-.-AOi": j.iuil   smelter   ii'.-iiiiin    opera lions.
~~ .-^,,-���.���. .��� .^. ^.���.^....��� |Tlu\v   svi'i'f   hU'j  tu!(l   tlian-i'. Iiir^i-
OKKJC'JWnc)]-' 15. C, Al'ftli,   J, n/in; m.'ij'iriiy   <'>f   1-liu   iiiiii'.'-r-i  v��-.';r;j   in       A   benefit   ball   was   ��iven    at
...^^ .,.,^-.,-:.-���..^.....-._-....���.-..,.^.. i favDi' of t'lt) iwoliitinii.    Tliin svas! Oaubrook  rcountly  to aid n crip-
  ju   jnko, but,  suit-  on  the laiiker-i. i pled   brHkenmn.      Next   morning
^���VJ-iiSg^cS"^ jTlit: wliolc "-cbeme now  iHn>ei!i'.-�� to I the bnuefici.irv awoke to  find t-hot.
 ?.-������    -71	
Citiizmm of Graud  Forks  entertained their hockey team "last week.
tWs'   ftlo   on   draught   at   the
Windsor hotel.
 c _.
A bine mark here indavue.-i tiiuf.
your   .Subscription   bus   ���
J~v::^r^^1l%.7^~'^"-,^'^'-~,       Imve  been   a  sman- ci^lcniioiirn'r��� he had been touched for  the   cash
\l'!filji! l^S��*''1 ".i0". EiHL- /" ,   ���   j 1 it ��� 1      .1     ��� 1 ,i ,1
v 1,1    . trick .'Mill ivRiiliftil, us evidently 111-  and a *;old svaleb.
ieiided, in inisine.ss beiuji diverted ��� 	
t'l-om Greeiisvoml to   the e-Mipaiiy's j    Wlddowson, AEssyar, Nelson. B. C.
st'iro   at   the   isl'itbi-r   l.n'.le   mine.        r*,   ��� .  ,       ,     , f r,       ,
.... . ,   ,.        .,,..,,. Fa\. UnoK. a brakenia.ii of Gratia
SIS,   WC b': l"ve,   |:;    the lIU-lin HIS-��� Tll     1 ���' ���t n,   rnn e 1.1      n
'   .  ,. '       \,    , ,    i I1 orkn. received i> 1.500 fiTin the 0.
oi'v  oi   lie,  btinous   ,,h><{ reHolu-   ,-,  t,   ,    .        , ,
. ,r..:..i.,,... 1. ..... 1     .  l     ,.     n-,.. I I- i��. I.'t^t week jih recompense for
become   ileccit^ed,   and
that, the.  odilor    would
\,.  ���     ,       .     .  ,     ,       ,,..   I I. K. l.-ir't week jih recompense for
'lion    c.i mo hoard   ��i   trdne.     lhe,,     .     . .   , ,   1 ,    1 ,    . .. ,,
1,.    . ,    .       ... .  t    luivniE his hand pmaphod last tall.
; h'sl   rcso titior.   did  m.t come into ' to
>'-��� OTi   iir'-'iiitiieiic'i
lie i i^t line
��^s m % %wi
I/nt.'.q'.uilk'ii for Domestic  Li'.so/
j once more litre   to  commune vv.itli | althoiii;ii ieiuliiii; in   ::  nn-nij r di
i new-    Iu    bi-in;;     1 be    i'i -! 1 i'-l      i
' (���>     /!i-.. I'jmt'',
' b
Pointed Paragraphs.
������a;      ������ bo   ' ���'��� ,      ;.;    ���j'Jt
��� piii^pon^ei-."-, ;uv  !hip��-.-   wliii
up a city,
Till-' L/Mn.-t: H'ill  ba-? advertiein::
ibe    iM-tii''!
hi      *-:ij-'     ti i-   ���   ������  - :' .      .
���'ii--niiii ...ii     '.���.:���        -.!��� 1,111 i.ii-i (.-. 1 .��� M.-ii\  -1   ..i-ie        :'������:'     tl,
I Mini  lyp"Wl iili-li  ill. n '"��� j'l'iT i>i i n 1 ' iin-i'i!     ilifj'-t   i'i
no; i .-trci t office, a- is �����   sl-i.   the -��� ��� -1 -1 \ 1 ,,,,.- ;,, . .   . .
: ���������:ii-iiC:'. c'.'i'ii a iiicl.-       II.   notild lie.
giiod    bu^itii-.i   iiiv!"-iiin,iit   for1
r ,, . ,   ,   ; things   than   it  in   not   to   forget
i'jine of iiioi-e who  tire  .l;o ready to 1        �� "
!t. in   harder   to  remember some
1   o'
'     t sts'iee i-.ii-f-e.le to live oLifsic.'-.s inen, ...       ,     ,,   , ,.,    ."    ���      1 othery.
I .'.    , .   ,        -.      f  1     .     1  ' ��'rv    'iviidck'".''   t>   orolit   liv    ex-1 ,      ,        , .    ,
sKsss^is��B��as*-ffimfti<K?^                                  j ��ed""l w:iIi,.ni:;/1.,r ��f"",'",:"' ji,,:,.,-,.,,,.,..   ti,, m,,.),,,- i/,i,: ,,,1,,..^  ;!r,l,;i,Mi] ^ in:i"-1^.;i ^"]p
o��-7o *"? ai s *<���>/    ^r'-ir^ri, K i  Tm: Hon. w. .1. n.)��>..����� i^. Ki..i��'"i��i"�����;�� ^n 1, ,-..,.;. ..,1 ������""������ r "';'"'" -,|! ���,,i|,,s' !'
��. h%        ....   . ....        * . . (,t���n-,.fw.*i ���' 1.1   ,,...,.....^1..  ...ni.  <!ii..      inf.f'K-     inn h' ���     11. -    1.!u.    11 n,- v i,f��i>i *-���{
S  .     i   .-   - - ,   r        n ��� ��� ��� ..    1       %   i Dniii-an Kos.-. r
is uciioioiuj in tasio iiiiil froo. Irom iniimri.tir.-;.   t.ii'der ^ :
0.   ; ^'itli or witlmut   the   lippmvui   01
a case or buttle at lhe carliodt opportunity.
opei-iition.    Tins mnn.-s^ei-may ilis ! meek   mule :    it-   the   uis.-Apeeiei
clnn-'jfe ii'O men   ami   birr (JjfJ nc.i ! thar. lianpeiii-.
..   ,   1 nti'ii I'licii   sve.-k   for o-ii vi ar.-. and       Hlop wfirrsiiiK nluun. th" *<ivrc>v.-r
��3   i     (is tbe   principle   liiib!'   one   live j .-it tite .-liii m Unit t:tin- '.)') pel c.'iil. I of yesterday .-imi   }^o   uller tlie ]oyy
pjj   : iie-.u-p.'iju'f .-lunild  be   a.   iut;."'i bet-1 '-l' :ii.- f.-Ts e   ��cii   lie   union   ;i!id   fjufioday.
l,s   'ei-   n-iviiirr   pmp'.Mii.-m   than    ten ! i <'i'"'-!H id t l.e   oil.er   10 u ii! In v.-1     The. e i-m.1��-.-iv�� s.-.m-iivu. ���iruiind
It's better to give, a penny with
a smile than a dollar with a frown.-'
Good resolutions and equalling
babies are all right if carried out.
Solicitors for charity an? offered
more excuses than money.'
Life in eiiid to be a dre��m but it
often resembles a nightmare.
Patience isn't  necessarily a virtue ancl more often it's a necessity.
. Many people are  influenced to
be good  more  by caution than by
In ppintual matters material
aids are not to be despised : by
the uso of an m-ga�� and a painted
window mi artiwlic emotion can be
made to seem a religious ecstasy.���
Ambrose Birce.
Otifi nitty know oneself ugly, hut
there ia no mirror for the undor-
If yon have a cross to bear, bear
it aud dou't place it on exhibition.
A hearty laugh is much better
than the best liver or kidney
:'���'.ie.5 <;x-ii fi;i.I ���;?,  ju.-t.ie- Ii i'd to
,r..r.   vMl>    . i .'..',;, ;t.   |,r|.���.r. f., j/o;, ;,<_
���"' !������.(  <i'e' 5-i :!;:!!������.   ;i--'-ii:- i-: .< p;.
iiii-ai  iiii-'s    isitiioni   miy  politic--
���ii -.r.
I.41BY &i;Cp.
General Aferchauts, Midway, B. C,
Hay and Grain always-
on' hand.   Sleio:hs   and "
Wao'ons arid Implements  ' ���
of all  kinds carried in    ���
stock.     The very beat
goods   at' right   prices
xr.*im*nu^a>ii*-ti**MjcMt** v>
dealers in)
Produce ' and, Provisions
Frank Fletcher
NeiHon.- B. 0,
*t 'U��.1LMMW1<��MIA1��'��l
S. ���no    le
;;*'!   ri-'li   li-e.-iii-
iev.v imil !>n.oi.- i.ppl-.-.-iM��,i. b.i   iii.'inb.'i:S|dj,. jn]l|l if. ���i||i,1{i  i���   oeci.iul rt.ijr km
iiiiun ssH'vs, that  bn:-inef-s bouses
j;.j   i there iV more money in   beiny here j *i    !���-���    Uoin   nn'on    men.   e;n".iiiig' i ,,}��� ,h >.:iMU)U.
than nosvhe
S-                                                 /.- ;������>:.{..,i v 55 ,. ban iiosvhe:--".                                        iiiimn ua^es. that  otistncf-s houses      ,r               ,       ,,
a                                                 < i^lllHl-.-u.' >,<i !                         ....                         I                 r  ,  ,         ,   ,.   .          , ,.    i     itlobey makes the   ma-nv go���or
5s                                                  -                  ' a ,     r,                      .               ���              , i iiiiiiit cjcrieet-to  irel   meir   profits,                J      .                   ..       J��    ..
tJ  r��..      ,,  .,       ,. ,--               ,1         i       ,., ��-,,,,                    ���>   f          Homh   tvf.esvntren   c!'if>   arr vet  i   ��iii     i.,,;,-,   - T                  t -i    .     come,   or   slnv.   necnrdinc   to   the
| ThePndeo: WoslcinCmnidii. I'iiwuc IJ^Oreenv.-ooa fc !,,. V, .   oiiw     r ������'���    rb    .:   i '    ';!':Ii! ,1,t;^ ��':"'.^'V.1'8^/"! w��y it talk, io ,i.e jnek,M
g ,1-1 ,                              '���''-'               ''          l;:K.i Ibis viesv ol tie   silnali-n ssillj       ���                                 J
^J��yr^vS3^2iSS^3?^ -Aniirilay \n->i.^   Thesyiite- r-honbl . ,-��� ;L ,i1()1 f tillu. fi|lll   i,1m|!..jf oul 0f      The mini who raw* tin* kirtfndrr
: have sent  n   Key   \sitn   it.    rin"--1 j;,.. prooession. onee tot. often   should   not   be sut
I pouj;   poelry,   in   onier   to  insure
i publication, sliould be^-iceotiipanied
'���' bv 'd- translation.
Fiiday and S.-sturelay, n.-ireiay ftCo
To Have Si^" Papers.
prised   to   find   himself  iu   a tight
Don't worry about your looks.
You look all right 'to your friends
and tbe rest of  the  world   doesn't
^   ,fc j=f���*���
their atiiltty  to   separate  fools (Mid
their coin.
A fesv Hashes of silenco ofteru
svould improve some people's conversation.
A _���--ii'iK lea - ,.]':)) ,'��� .-lendef
-ai,i\   i.liould   mi.ir    a gi I "with a
���111 01   wiiHT.i*.
Then) in one g'iod rule to observe if sou svarit to live long and
ibat. i.- to let the others do .ill the
Q&ar Store
:'���'���<*. il.t /
to Pacifi'e hotel.
A -^J? ��
���n   the j.iL.era! party   and   edited bv a      Heaven      won't    be    exclusive
.^ ?.
f4     ���L!:u'  ... jCoitf-ervative nosv in the employ of
$        A.\ untruth is much more active itl!0   \'iotoria Times ; a   third is to
h   Itbaea truth.    The rumor that the
fr.-Ttiwood   iliuers'   union had of-
^ Grfoiiwocd.    The ���"���'���.si durable and. htyiish cutter?, sleighs and  js ; (cri,x\ (-0 take, a   -eduetion of Jn per
'Se carriages in (he Boundary.    Turnouts furnished with or wither.!   8�� e'-m in   ssa^es  aepi-iii-'-d   in all tbe
jfj driver.-'.    ProJ.'ijjt s^rvlco day or nigJit,    Draying (o any part of ^ liistrict    paper-.       [b>sv   many   r.i'
������A  fs��n nu.. ���                               "                 *                  "                  t'l them   will   irivo   :m   mueli oroiiiin-
"-�� the cit-v or country.
$ r
be iinaitcud by s- real estate synfii
eatettiiu managed and edili-d hy a
club presideur resident in i'rince
Itupf.t ; a fourth is to be liuaneed
by the syndicate of ]iii>-rals wlio
sveie   to linaiici: Skeena district lor
enough to suit some people.
A close friend is one who refuses
to lend you anything.
d     them   sviil   jjivo   :m   mtscli o.-oiuin
?i   .."net   to   a   iMiiuwIiclion   of   the | ��'or.--crviitivo (.'aiulii'ev Mike Ma
f|j : j uni,ri-v
isoti   atid   is   to   be   iiiH:.��$cc(l and
O A  t    C
Hotel = Balmoral
In Phoenix the rliniitf; i-��nm svill
pii-iipp the gasiroriomicilly critical,
t.he Ivdsi bring ssveet repose, while
I lie beverages in the bar will ;ip-
pp.'it-'e any ordinary human thirst.
Miners, muckers, tourists and millionaires ft.'tvavs sve]come.
J. A. MoMASTEE, Proprietor.
Provincial As^a}���<ir and Oro
Shippers' Ap<rent. Corres-
poniii'DMsolicited Samples
reeefvs prompt attention.
��.   O.  M)X   ia.3.   6KEBNWIOI),   ��.   O.
i�� uimmittS
-Clothes Cleaned,  Pressed  and
Kepairal.    Agent for
-**> Rros?
Ordered Clothing.
OoliJ, Sliver n:i��i Coppoi1. ISuch 3Co.
|U, O. V/KST, fl.3l> Klslmrdu St.   ���
tt (4(,(|A*tUcf M9hK��i
, svbei-ever there are police or Jiolice ,Illwr#    T,,c jr,,,^^' fH tn ^ i;,.0
-.-_-__. ���coninnssMwrB.    ,ie is oidercd out  Mie   h.Ul(!,  (jf   pali   y:l]v *nnd Jiill
f    I'f ^^
I?    ff ^ ,f ���
oi town to placate   tlio church pen
' pie, ancl comos back   the  next day
to continue operations. He sel-
| (loin appears in a police court and
lis never convicled. A charge of
jch"ating  may   be   proved   ayait^t
iJiaischlit'ld. wiio ssiil use it as a
club to beat brains into tho bends
of workiiii'me;!.��� tlinoiru.
Y\"!ien i'i  .\'e!-o
!;-;.p  into   Hie!
next   to   the I
j 111 it*,   but   he   is   either   l��t out or. J postoHev.       Tioici-n     ami    orlii"'!
jbaii   or  ibe   police comaiissioiiersi i,atl.���-. cm !e^ i.roeiired  in the same
'���.vishlo   invcMij-rite  the  cape.    In   buli.iiug.    Tavlor Uisboo, pruoric-
��^ *<1 J*
��� ci-1 liur event he goes fice. The tin-
\ born appears to bo able to eon-
I centra to his "polls'' in the riybt
! place find at the right time.
Tui; LEi'iir; has  been accused of
tor, employs all while help.
Qoicbn Sagle Mine.
The (JoldiMi Etigie niine. located
on   Yoleaiiie,  moiiiitain,  ten   miles
Lcatlicr Goods,
Gen tie in eu'u Purse 3,
Ladies' Purses,
E.ubbcr Croods,
Hot Water Bottles,
Sazora, Razor Strops.
These,   goods  must   be  sold  to
l /unite room   for   new   stock   before
��� ������knocking''    the   tunnel    nromo'- i "orib of-Ci-.tnd Forks on the North I we move into our new stoie in t.h
1     .... D     . "" I J      *-**      J       J   T. t , '
The Kootenay-Saloon
Sandon, B. C, has n line oi ner\-e
bracers unsurpassed in any mono-
tain town oi the Great West. A
glass of aqua pura given free with
spirits menti.
1T        i        *.        - '
PHOENIX,   S.   O.
Is a comfortable home for
the miner and traveler.
Good meals a.nd pleasant
rooms. Pura liquors and
fragrant cis^rp in the bar.
R.   V.   LJUJSUULxM,  Pkoj-wetob.
The i Idi'st lintel in the. rily, afiil ��ti"
under the .-aim* 7iMna��einci'ii     K- ,.
coinfortahle, meals i-qiwl to m-.y i'i <.������:-
city, and the. Ivir hp|i]ilieiJ only the l-epr
Corner of (Ireoiiis'ood ami   Uov..retnt":t *
J. w: Hzi&on
PonpTrp ii
?*l t   $  .'"' 3 3 \ fi }. "i '1 r'i-
Rf Ar.KvV': !Mi
J, Es Cameron.
���The paper has   favored the sohenip sl '"K-   :"'--.-unie.t   ore   .^���ipments   l<>! v/aila-c-*,
, from it.= inception, and v.es.till b.--!llia,.(-'1'i-"i,.v   --I's^t"!'   T-hi.i   v.eel:, j
Miller block,
w f���?   ^ If  ^
'lieveihat the development or the :s("lf!lii{; '!o^"!: r'i-"c cur.s :..? jtb.-.uf ;J0;
bijlb-fjr.'ule veins by a "tunnel guci, | tons each over tin. ]-.".etlIc Va.Mev '
;iv t)-,;iiio:--ed vtiil   re*nit  ii>.   or.M{-ei-1     '
i:-   the.  inteiitioi
1   o
f   t
U,   L����   tf�� 11 ��3 9  s_i.
SnpceH'Ji>r to White J5ro��
W p-i
Or- \oiu- 6ted Gi'tiin ac
U-.J?t~~$   Tf-^ #"   ^ #"t? /fli'.iJ'-OMieriri  to   .^; nw.-.i.d       \i si.,.."11"" ni-i..i.j;..:.i..i,i ..- -hie !u-, ,-:.,-
i- A      jfi&   .Ajrf.iV^Aifl^;!,,:.,,..   .i.fl    !���:;.-(-,,.   ,,,,.;   ,,:.-:.,������,.,���   ""- ^'.er,iK..-, ���ni,..ni   $-j.\   ,,. ,  . ,:,:,
*������-?     -bould.-er- thai tiie  ,-ii ���.-���>>   il,'":e-t^-Vaiu<"'     'H-ier.--lie at  p!vi,eii|.  l.i'Ot.
,mv   properly    ^tf^u.tVded.     It   ir   lt":s   (,:   f;'!l   ";i   '-'������   tl'^P at   the!   ^  O^^   .   I !k J ? C
.'a    b'i.-.;;;c^--j      proo-'sition.      r.-js���  '���':!'''-'-      L ii'.ut-t-ii    i.-i.'ii    un.-   em-j  f"\ P<   %** %  \f\% |\J     *!V
.:?rrr:���::.;~:- ^^=z===r-j===r\av.<) ���imp!.'. beruv::��� n,,. (.;;, ,:,..���: i'^:-'d an ;!w ;,.-. r., iy.    -j'!lf. -lUI!. ��� iw�� a   ^ V,*   k ti   i \   ^J?
Is rt comfoititljio  home  for al!
-,v;i'j ti'iv.-el to tlmi ci-y.
ICil ariil til'" fijl.i:.;..!;, .  >,-..|  11:,. i|
! bt!!iirii".s     jirt'C.tiitioe.-    r-hiMi ���'
i. j
alcen.    'I'bc   f; -d.
:'.\V     Wili     O'l-J
-i r-,..-. l    ��� -,    t- . h'lVf Ijci'ii   ICil.l-
JiuHntiunofji1 v.:va Kof>r./>- r,.,^..,,.^.,,.,  ..:|i
luiy   Stfindiird    Ci^;u -,. !tK!,sry" to  .A".,.
ncmrMi^^'nvurt. *rfr^M-rr jv^^^io-
.>iL:.!ie ui
.'.t .i'ln: i-
If   ll."'    a'.l-'i-ie.i ii
iii  < u���'[>.��� 0'ir i  tii
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3. ^..C^iin ft <��c, nci^iiiv/i:
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fi���. j \ -Ii.if". tii it  .-;:i   nj <���\ <���   i.-. i.,-i   ,;
II..!���.���'   1(. i:Ji-  !���;,'.   Ii    '.-,;,��� ; i  ,^,...
>��� :i:neio:i- iinf-r .ii-n.r : ��� ;m-
ie>'\ li-'i iij< iii.iiit* ,i'. ; ;,���_( ii:iii> .
1 ::��� p.- im-ioue i;,e , i,!,.,���. ;:(���;.:������ (,[
;mi a.--;^ '.ii: .��� j.inl .us,.!; .'..ju-e-.���
1 .;;;; u  I''..',,- v..;u>.
I*   ���        f*��  r-�� ***. **���.
k  Ft=i-,K:
I>!m��: Sh'ni  W'lii-ii'.So"! D;i.;s.
S,'��-(i |,'\c
i'\ it b'.-- t.. ;:^:;-
Ihavi'  :|;e   iii^u-^rade
; in-iiii',".ilv    dev'.'b-il.ied ',
'I'- '.'L.'>
il.'i .-_s ���
1 iiere
':   _ ff    H:i/'[,iK [j, ,i. Matiiexin  has'i^J
; the .i^i'te-v for  ie-ai!v   all   the ie-kt; ''vt
-.- .-���it
/    C rt(' T? v'e - ��� Ihr-ettv b.-:-i much  to--iii. -n.d !i��-!   .    ���        ,"                     niouie.- ,,���,!��. | ^.(
*-    .    *    W^����.<: TMhe h'.-.:io  lor sll touristH : tie to |0f.- by such flev-lop-K-it,    If'>;,il>'"' '*""' !i -,0!' ".''''' llj0i<1'J�� K,:''"" ! ��?,
,    ,, n��:d:iiiJi:oi:3irCsvis:tiiV.\-ew ! tho   vein:,   are   /���nctmnr'.tvrl  |)V (l���.! M!,';'i,i;" (i:iT ��"�� ��  Hue   with par- ; ^
is.n.okcd   it,   every  camp,   imvn, ������ ,.t _   British ; CoiuLiMn, | Kirnml it .vill   tueiu,   M���-   v/ayes of j iwulli��� "l rt ii<a.���vt.,i.,���)va.uf- ! ^
.city ttrulli'irnict in  Hritisii Coium-  Trp^T-n--
Wti,    It is made in 'Vhitcouvei
rr    c'rpcrv      t-.pn-1-^-   :'lll:l,in-"-!-'J   of   '
>. i.     oj.aU^.    ,.- .t:,L/r .a. j u,,, (.j|,Vi     |-f t|ie t,;|,
neti    hebit;  i-penf.   in
,-s.  tit'.'il   !:���(   on   for   t-bc ��� Nehi'.'ii !��� "���-
,   ,    ,.     ,        .       .   .).n,v''s,,;u,,,-'"!i;rouj)ttt laiooonn-. i.of
ac depth ino   city   i-;   ;ii   no   worse  "  -  | i,i\
: -"..r^���nrrJ**~r~,-*-J.-r>.-.rxM~rr*.!.-i*~r.--n,.���^.n, j a (, llcpifi   | nf>    f,'11 y     |i;    jn     ni)     worse  -   - ��� tii
:$Vm.    Tictjon ' and   po!i!   on   thc:,���*.% �����,      ^   ,       y H       , .���,      \ position   than   l/*.fr��r��     Thi-is the      Tim ehc.ipe*'. plaee'io""ihe cit-v io| ^
j-Oad by ;  I.tvL^Wj,ll.i   fiUUOCjimfition    which    The   L-.I-e   I,;,.,   buy Wall P..pcr, at Melbte Unw:     \>;i
' J   '        ' ._ ., , j .'Wson. li. C��� Is run cm the ! "I1^".1 ""   l|".:   tn"li,!l   ��:"'���'����'���     If;     ,.-, -----;  *|(
|\ljflf     l)^r^^O'   i the American a,MJ?���r0poni. j tKiR i.s k:',nH:.��,-.f. nv   pi, ad   .vuiHy. ���      ' '<" ��^-s��.,.t e,,;^, ���car llf;V(.,.    ^
tli�� Ikjusc except the gold in
t'-C caf::.
e-.���,"������ pa p.. r
Hreensvood    evpresxM     au     inrie-
pendent opinion on  it-Jsor, jn ti few
AIM        \r    r \,      ;;,         '.r,        : p��l��-��[ ^'"u.w. on  IrJw-, i,ui f��-.v       A no.uber of Jnin���f;nu
McJonc &     ineCJiJRlSl ,ou-,'"!rl"' M'-mIum:1!-  P'lrasiteH areleaie on bind near  AtTow
l.overv'"- j "'������">���  calling   hi:>i   j,   <��� kiiocker," I .soni.;'
tisinrrf.���/in , i lie svorloiie |t��iiij   who  n-hisea to - -	
"a;;itale" for   losse.
I.Hirinj.' the 'A~t  montle; thnt
vliif/l svnji on enrth  it  del   I)
i.ver   IIih   world.      It   synH   tii"   /n-.st i.a\�� ^fjr-ro/iM or Nimt'i-:.      ;   'a;;uaie tor   lower   \v,ie<M   in   an
iiiii'pte. iiKl��])��;ndeTit mid fearless jour-                             -                               I'..���.,' ,. ��� , ....         ,         . ,:'         '
;,;il e'.'er prodUC-ai ill (.'llliilda      Puliffc-H HimilUauwrn   I.iuul   ��hlvl:l-l>\��lvlrt. ,,r'h'l'''-"t'l> ,   t';e IF1..HI   S'.iui WllIltH to
>uel tti'ii/lo^ic/il enenii.'H |niivi|i:d li svith Vuie                               ; .-ia.i'i e him ta.:n!y  on   li Josve," un^e
'th- venom  nf ;i  rn tth'iiiiiike until the T-':;i' v��''f" llmt KutiI l,��'ilc km vim ..r sri.t ' if- n "/eliabie" eit i'/.-n.     W',. ,i;, m',. i IncI.-jimi.
r>ve/iimet��t  shut  it. out of rhe rr.nl!-, ^^.''l1:'..:.:;^:^1':"'.���":^'"' [[  'v!:.'"!V" : rare |o *<o into Huci.-nt bi-torv! but'      "'    '
Wlddowaon. Ar.saycr, Nelson, B. C.
A iiniiiber of iiiiniif.;i-niitrs svill lo-
I I'-'tUl    tlliM
Tliti Coliunbia,  ci/^ar  is  a  larj'c
and lVce-i'inotriut; ei,n:.r.     It
Write, giving price, to
If J
.Lwiiljug Ta.ilot of lh".
K out.-ii ays.
Kaslo, B.
a"~s ���� a
^ a t> s a
���-*bJ-:holt, h. c.
Im.-'-cI 1-.-.      Iir.-;i-      -imI      I-.,.  i,i-
R .i'r.-ai1 me.-,,   mi- ,.r:  ,,,,,1   ,>;),,.,..
ssillliuiJ   a  plcasiwd   \,ttu>" at. iids
liuieb The bar coiirnius fiviyraoi
cij.rar.-iiind lhe most, popular bever-
np'S of the day.
Real Kstato.
- Insurance und
Fruit Lands.
nnpnf consinc��if>c    o^* ir-'^s-n
UUfifiLOrUHbhiJuf:    .vJulIuJ i nu.
JTS%d    ~ ~-
p^ i i w 1B ivF
n>:o. ����. tvc.M,s, Proprietor.
Fi 'st-PljiSr il: fv^rytl-irto'.
';;': .;.{���-' Ii.-.u. '.'i:.-.''j:r. ];o-'^
privnip htiflis. Teli'i-hone
in every rouni. Kr.-srcl.-wg
bar nnd brirber simp.
'I?ns mcr-ts ;ti| rr;iins.
i��- :��� -���:. :��� ��� :i',    -.,-.    .in    tinii- .ii
- -���''.-.-  - v ��� .; "-.ii/.> ;%,,   .',.,. ,\   (.���
'���".. !:.s -:. I-.-,-, n -.   ;       . ;-. ,
Cl'.S    . ,,!'.    .     ��� ' .1   ' I. ek,   1.  -I    i   .,���. ,,;
'-���"!- Ij 'oi    >d.   ViEMiriij   h/-.-;iir-:i
��� '���������rdmin " vi.--I ���., ;ifr-n'ii.
.*As.   -.  lllllMt,*,,:,,,,,,^
.(.1 reaiiwontl Minera"
| Ullfoll. N'n >*>t \V.
a F. M , iiieei.s (.-very
S/itnrrliis enittiii^ in Union Ibiii, 0o|..
per ,-trei!t, Ijr.'eiiwood, ul. ".H-,.
A;.-e in hall at   Muthei   I.oil.   niinu
1'i-iday ev.'iiiii!/^ fit 7:.'li)
UKO. UEATHEiri'ON, .l>.ei'etn;-y
w���miaiiHiwu���..-n ���r_^^tni.mw.
J.200 Ilaro Street, Cj5
"J3 ;2!    Vancouver, B. C.   &)
Leaves Greenwood for Spokane
at 7 r��. ni., and for Oroville at, 2:30
P- m. J. McDonkm,.
in ail iiifjiintatii towns a,ud jnadu hi\y;~rt.V��~'!VS~JOS'yrj/ttOJ>s$:3
'���-,.' i'-i .-linn- rea-i'i'l  ui  [,.iH':h   it   "t',,,-v fin��o��'"-MiM i��� i-tiM-im-i ih- i..i'...-.-n.-,  ''     "' '?'', '"'<' "���'" " "' hetoiv. but       Navigation on  Troui;.  hike   will1.
��;;*>��� f^ jLakeview - Hote
Vf ,'T.n ^. D^fT thftl  ill  initlasn-rd. 'Ilieni Kti.tlu   rh.r,   l:iliiiill'aiiii:,.||   ilLon-l,   ,'.i.,;i,,,',' 01'    rather    .' 'el-oiu! i'.l.e,    to?-    t.Jl'Te '      '         "
>.f '.-.,? /.', 'i'Unii'u: I'diti'iti-? ..i" tldr con- ","''-i> '���'���' ''.''"'"''i ili>'ii''�� "ait t-.i '.i.iitn-i. n��.i,r.J j ���������,.,,   ....���    ,i-   , i  .  .   ...:,..;,   ���... . ���
���Vm--:'-   /!*''-, re-i, ���     '-'...fl I'lr-'i.i--' M"!,!h 'w '���'"''"',' ,J;v!'",:  'v',,; --"'0/.|ik. t, i.m,,.' j*   'f' . u   '   U'   I'1"' ""-1'1    f!,,r' l"-'
,  .',, ' ..   ,. a I ,/, ,.,'���; ,.',, ,i ,. ,���,', .,.i," ���>< ('"iiimimKiiiin.l, n.-.-.-i wuiAniiii;;  |.,i. :i..!'.w,, out ol place.     Ol  the live umu win;
<'-T LOWi-JtV. .���Vj.u��is3,-;i'jnr.l.��rj'1i��f��. j engineered     Uu>    Juki    rcaolul.ion
'J l -Jt t. W/^., j .   Jy.    C
sKtio i.ei,ii; s'vicvk:-.   ! not a Hi'u[{le one of them  ov. n live
'i'rir' Kootenay   ('i|.;n,r (.'o, i;f .fu-
.Hon have in Ibe Koy.-tJ   K'-al a, cigar
that i-i known and i-inoked between
the   wheat, country  aud  the blue
Ia a homo  foe   Muiern.    lintwi Zl
adiiy.    All White Help.
N. SJ Jf,t f;'i'-ji:     -     -      PltOI'KIKTOK
Cerllficaic of Improvements
Mourilnln  Itttllt* Mlnonil (llalin, ultiiatu In Hio
Onntiiwoiul  Mlritn/L>  Division/ol'Vulo UU-
Irli-t.    Wlinrri loc.ituil:  Nurili ul Williipc
Moiinlftlii, Wmt Korlt'of Kuttle Hlvf.f.   "
TAKE NOTIIJIi! that t, Itnlmit Wood.'free
Mimirnco.-tlllcafc! Nn,  H.Kiilil, ffir-inyanlf, mid
in  uxont fur Hiiiiiin..| h. Fowler, Irion MJnor'n
('������i-tillwiti! Afi. illfivt', rintl ThMiiiiirCiiri-y, Kroe
Miner h OortlllwalH I^d.   IJlAiVS InUiii.iyilsfy fliSyn
from tn: (Into lninirif   to niipl^  to tlio Mmln<
Uwitjrdur lor it ('citlllunto nf tun rovurncntn. for
tin: piiriiono of.obwliiliigu Crown Oruiit.of tlio
ItUOVO (lllllltl.
And further tulvo jifjf-.tcof.il/it irtton, under
Hi'tstlon .17. niiiiil ho commaix'fcd tiiioru tlm Ihhii-
umuot niR'liU'rtimw.Mif tnif,rovi;matit!> ,
pati'it thki lutli iluy of Fclii-imry, A. I). JCOfl.
CDC .Pacific fioieL.
Ixundurthe maii��;;oni��nt nf Greix-
A iMoiri.son. The Jtiio/ii?, are Cncn-
fortahly ftiriibhud. and the bar con-
t.'iiim the hem hi-ainlh of sviimn,
liquors iinrl ciVar.i.
tU Pacific mt..
Is thu hest-appoi/iteil Uestauriiiit in
the interior of HritMi' C'diiinlihi.
The bent ennks and innii' ntO-iitiv��
Wliitc'f.'i nnly employed..0|iiiii."ii:l tlui
Mum Qumi, Puoi'itncTUEKa.
Tk Hold Slocan ������
Three I'orks, it. C, ia the leading
hotel of the eity. Mountain trout
nnd gjitiitt fliiuifirn a specialty,
lloouifi reserved by li-letfi-H'/a,
HuaH;.KfvEN, Prop


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