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Array ifi  A  /Lsfrstt  &���������  WattHci,  hand-pAmtzd  OHFNA  Just, tbp thing fox ������ C!irjMM}������ r'.l     Oi" ������>"- f-rtP*>t Uid;:y.  A. LOGAN'-S: CO.  UTEHLU'C   * |LV n  in vnr r-'UATr  if  .*���������..;  -j*  <-^v     ���������. *,:.���������...'',"'<  ,/o-V'  W-'ii?  'A  ,1,7.1 t      >" -  ', <��������� <*   f    K     iM  I '." r<v.  ���������?.  M  Stf.  ^7 ia. ^-,������.*f -.       '-fA^JtL-dtf  /-  Pi', '">a  JVi   '        si    i '  Vol XIW  A-5*a<3Ka5-������3Esa:  ���������a  /0W4'S^ -PRIDE  ii  K   !  J  .HAMSANR BACON,'}'  iroar^jiHruejwrwA-WtwX-wttaw**^^  \Ve Are Sole  Agents foi.  (  ���������i*34<������������JBir-,i rro^ ,������***.> ��������� Twiie������\www������A*MC������r������. xicuw  These' C&le=  brated Goods  '<��������� ; y . .   .  y<rrt-'TT-1--i .������������������^lTr7-^-^-^*^'^^,'?*"''~'*1'J'="^ ������������< J������������*������-=������i������iffsc3J  til  ��������� ���������P*  {ussen-Law-iaiiiiieic  TTardwivro, Oroceric.-. Clfttbing and 0'ont.r furnishings.  ������    / - *    ^ >  ^Frederic 'fl McLaiac  - . ���������"      i   .  Miniiift.'liK! Il"i>] Esl'ito'Bu>k>r  yEstates lvlAl<ag<"d ������;;d Loans Miide.  ffl^MWXC^nwsaMff   ��������� The.Pr^vteVi;inh.W9hnasTm  . -'yr^/^-^ 9^Rf3���������As GOQD3:  ' y//^^^-=^==s==^R^ ,jiw6 WEEKS *, ! '.^, ;���������  ^C,^    ���������- W%r^: bros. ^  J1ST������  OPTICIANS  -' ' ������J,','i.'>/.-'- ,T*-V*  .1.-.'.     *  -r 'V J    vV!  '  li''T:<���������/''?''  ���������i"*f  V;*-v  HjjWcto r i fbS^7''-  i '.'No." 23  'l'  Jjooal and Dlcirict* fjan'rt Aa'-'nl C������-  nadian ^I'acilie U-iihvay. Stockn and  Shai-fi? a Specialty. Green wood. H.v0.  ���������I- Phoenix-GrfeetivVood'  ,'-���������'  l/ >staok , *���������'���������  ,, I.eaios rijouii!?caLQi30 a(m and Gneu-  (.U 3 p. ui. l'iWnjjor, cspi t*-,';' ,������'k1 ireight  , traffic bc:U*iuen the two c-ittc in>':diM  U\ftli"car<*, atU-utioaaiul Taui'litv.  D. h. iIcKJ,L<OY, l'Koi-.   -  Dr. ,^JT^ l.^iison;-; 'I?onii������*r, oppositt-  tlii������ipo.'-tolvu'el yi.ll he ah"-eiic fiom  Greenwood for' sornV  nionihr, jifter  tbe^ud of'J>f('einbL,M'. ' *  -' ' '       '   i' , 7 '   ���������,. ;  'ippru:i,i't(;d  bv, all1 was the drill by  tlio bays and girls. " '  ./  V  A3 9   .T^i'fi     OTftf*-T0  /^���������rivifto in nnd leaving  Grr-en^'ood Iiavo houd-  {juarf.er-si'at,        - ���������  C^eoier'S'  Pipcv(^igats,X)i^!reUf>R'and'  'robac-os   lo/finit your1"'  Uihfe^ Vi'nir f^neyor  '  your pocket.  Baid-up'Gapital,$10,000,000. Eeseryc���������j?und;$5,000l000|i" A &\im? - - pR.iDSJrffla  '" "��������� ~ -      if ^ ' j-Te-ittlriO! no*|l-oi ' 'a Oi fie hotel,  IIRAD OFFICIO, TOKONTO.  . - .   .    ���������  'B/'k.-WALKKB, Ptpsidcnt.        ALEX. LAJJID, Oencrnl AI������.us,g"r.1.  B'fan'ehes Throughout Oaaiada, and in the United Staic?  a?id England.  SAV'^CtS MNKl)M7AltTXrT^NT.     ���������/      .        , r-        '  BAWKfr7G "by-*mail.     - \'"   ���������  Business rna.*,   be transacted In* nail v.iUi  .uiy   inanch of  th������������i Xliiiik.  Accounlf.  may be'opened, and di po.Miri tnado-������ii 'withdiavn In  ' mail.    Eveiy atrontion is paid to out-of-town ^coojuUh. t  J T. BSATTIS; Llanager Greenv/ood Branch  i     * , *        ..      i,i,,',       i "  , JjDbirMoi*'!*, Ifas -2JOtJ.t' ���������fco'SooIcH/io  foi-'a few d*i'vs.      '-'',' ���������   -������������������'(';  '/,    '   ""    "'.   '-������������������*��������� * l       .i     r  'lhe> .LedfV-/ wi'qluv   ()ho 'ontiiv  wo'i'Id .'!>!!appv N^'cm'.1 '   ' (  ~ Ediloiv^Ie^ailani 'of.-Tho Times  is "-pejjdiup Ghribtnt;^ inJNeli-ori. '"  i     .   -* ������������������'������/���������/    *������������������> * ,i  Kcgnlar wee id y o.yices are.given  -?very Friday' evclua^  in   Eitrles'  hall.   -    , '    '      V,   "  ���������*   -  -  N' !'". >      ���������';    ' '   '   -   '  '   A.' L. ' While ������������������&' (.pondiu**   the  holidavrt at   SiiokiJiio   and   Walla  H",.<!.. V  o'Hnpk nid-grijjuiHrcd in uhe kii  iohe/i. ', .Th/'. occuwuih/ bad   difli-  enliy in *3J������*Minv out.' T'liA'bnildirjy  was owned bv jlr. ilainill.ol Ann-  S^������������������*^B8<B*������Gf������������������������ae^(<^{!a50ij ,  , AccordJtig to the, Vicroi'ia Time  of tlie 12th, the Dominion government j/ives a,' million dollarf  'towards the building. pf���������tbe .Yer-  nou-'Lumhy' telegraph -' line.' This  ������������������.houhl'gairi'a power 'of votes in fchV  OkaaagAnr  '".  A   steamboat ,leffc. LiVeroool.ro'-' ^  centiy  with  4,000'"sacks  of ^'mailj'' -/  principally, plum',puddings, prbb-   V >S ,! '^ ~J, I  'tbly for people iii Nelson,'    '��������� /* ,\, -t   - ���������     u\ '-.- ���������\  \v./,i. JNelfcon,',pohce, tnagistrajte      )j< ,   //' ( ', |  and city solicitor of 'Rossland.-died '  h '  It is tlio-!.?ht that Uie'population  ^fing;^ ;i���������d 'leaded by -T'lioa. Mc !ot' ^f"d���������'-]'Vn!$iim],.in fifty yearh  Anlny. 'trhe Iocs is partly covered ' V1" M' ^vi-en .millions. , Greeu-  by. iiiMiiaoce.' ' ' '     -       i wood  will   .icver ,be that bie, al-'  rjobu jr. tonaiirou.-ttliohacl been ! {Sp''  .working at'Hho- Cre&cenb 'minofoi-i J,  iu-iy , become  l<>*.  second  some time pn<������t, wag found dead on  Waih..  IT. B. Jlunro, fnrniprh of Gi'^en-  Nvnodj'is iKur-a' re-?dent' of ITaley-  buigjn'Northern Or f'-irio. '  |   ���������'���������  Jas ���������. Dale caf'ti'dov.-n fsom  Carmi fi in-vd.ft/, gndt.rfpou*-' hu-i-  rieps noniiirl ou the '���������#(*-.���������*-Fork. , ���������  ' Altli---'- ���������"" -,j  Hie,1 rail near that -property la  XkiVSrdfiy .inorn-fng. lip hail pcl  in Greenwood tho night l^efore and  while retaining up fb(J trailhe was  seized,wiLli" cofi'; v"fiif*h brought on  --ui abtar-k -of ���������'luarb fiiilmv. Hd  *fl������ juat W, yenrs old, and born in  K'igland.'; ' Uu-* brotbft'*, Charles  RbnnibOh. w'trks at Hio Mother  Lode. The, 'funeral took pines Sat;  iirday q.ft������*niooii, tlie.Mineifa' union  ?A\ end; ng i u', it bod v., ,*  Tbe.nev, ! ik':������*, m.^-oss the Ket-  ^.^1  .io mm neeu worrying under tn a.' .;;." *;--',/,, .*m y  impres3ioni that"/He "liad'-'diabisfea <*, ' "i';;^'"',''"''-S*^  aridVotild die in a short trine, /lie '* '' ' "'���������'*' "''  wa/17 yeats old and had liyeJ-in  Roj-sland tor r-JoveD'yoarV '' -f "  ,   Five 'rneir.hera of 'tbtf Tiafcfjli'ery .  party 'which an'i,Ved.'Jmm, feb������w/*l;lJ,  lake have lodged a couiplajnt^yitii  the lieunw. in-^peetoi of thailj>trici  that a t-pi'Onii hotel\soine miles'be:  ;���������' j  J1 "r t,.B  '?  \>. /'  r���������'r..  1    .,3   C AW  "/f'-���������*���������'.  "^.'  tic liver ,; il ,J;  C<������ will be 33f>  uX W,���������pH,I L ���������   ��������� 1������'- "V'^.T"    "  feet Iom^ ^'ll ut o0r-low tbeoanyoina,������ot  nm Vieord-     ,  '       ,o;, ' ; (_    (in<r   ^>, rules - governing' qVdertyy ' ' ' ,    ,  . ,.   ..  niu co,' 1 'fields  recently  iooatcd , hoir-ie-v' , Four   of fthe" five'^aie'n \~\  j J3oar nv u* in  tlie' Cariboo  dis- confeM'i'Om GreenW0ud,"'and^ w'hen   {���������",[   ';,-   '/l'?'  tct')H'*'fr,j e to  rival tho������e in the   rhey  jvnionstiaVed   wirli' -the oro- ������ '    l '-    '   ,";>  t ���������.������rwi,m-HH!m*j(,  ,.->i  Oiippi-r *stn.el, Giee'iwcoil.  f  !T*^ ta*w*T"!<j-r *f^T*r���������^*f, fjir������  - iV-i.T*' ,*3T"f rt ������' iT>. 77"! T  0!>  Slnsns Good Healili  (j  r ������������������*  -^>^5B-  .7 -v.^ 5������  190-:  IICdHihfrd pltrnibliiff a-ti re.'son-  .iblp pi ice.- i* our bn-irtoss. j fc't>.)4d-  -iifi'TTlvKi: '������������������>'���������' 111:1' c loiu'i/af-hiooni  iie.dth>t sabit'i' r^nd .modern. A  full-diiie of Jipaiing^love.s atxcpi-t."     - , ^! V -     -   ���������**   r-  Federation' of  35>nc.\t, v, ill'.hold a  convention in GtiwiiVoi/ii on Janu-  niy lvyt.    ,        >��������� 1 ���������,-   ���������  Found��������� Clivl^tniriv"a. sih'qr* pin  in" a box Fi?)tn j^itiijiuisd Hro'-.,  ?ip1'-im>. 'O.nrer,cr-7''{Tftt itdiy call-  ins ,\1, L'dge oiliee- r , k  en&ed w.-is charged -with' carving or  attempting to caryo a Hindu. 'As,  there is a continnonr-. clor-e se.T-on'  for Hindirs' and other-British sub-  jpcis^iu Crnada,' the"sattempt of  Ves*-l,ind came under tlip'eiimin-il  ���������5odo. ' As't-ip j rouble  v,-Jh mixed  ..-._., , - , ...      i'pVyitM>oo/4\ and  the (^mp!".Hii-  'Jftmesft. ..fcV-ni-r^YJ  <Iomg as- ant was  not ������-.m*ioiHv jnjuied, liis  wl'mPnf   01>   ���������������������"  oh:tii-.iu->tho honor'took  a-]enienVview oftt,lie  Oil  tl  Ciow'h X(*-"u pas.s  Dutch B.d died -in' Now  West-  prietor   aboift   th*-'iv   inability    t')  sli*ep,-'owiri'{ lyo'.thi} ali-'njght caroi'i-    '  s^l iu tho b.u. Ua lold th^ur Ik; was  ,osi30. rioJi bis g'ae.sfr,,   ���������  mincer a Miorb time ogo.   T-Io had s^ a" -^-r "'"��������� ^������ lol(1 th"^" h,; W{iS  A<J>od O'i t ic JTrtfeer river 'for fiflv.l r",""������8 ',ha ho"^. ������<*/. bis gue.sfr,,  year--,       I'   '     ', "v '    . (ftrt<J' if"'"h'iy, }1;<1' not   like p lh]y  t, .      '/.,.      *     ,   ,       " ��������� \'i-<*p\tl   move- on.-r.n-t   E-,?ii;g[o'i  It ia .-a 1 ' that J.-E. Annabie will ' Hurt, f - 'V -' *  cle'Mi up S:.00,00U from the  J-ale'of'l   '���������.   '        ~���������~ '~-^-iZ"'    -\\  fniit'-lMiKkii Kootenay. "   ��������� |   ''The IC-iotenay IMle'w-Tlie ijaif'e.  A-towiis-rVlia-i been  laid outoniof/u d*������'r  t,h/'lt c,lu* be> iouucl'i.i-  tfae ������>si-r ,iir<^ of fchi' C dnmbi-i river 'l "('?r1V   every   tow u   betw eeu/tLi^  iH-nr Wale loo.    Fruit So 1 mer/ will Ihhl" l>*l-'M ������������ofl tlw v.-hent hojinti a .  seppbrt it'.' .. ���������   *   >      ',  >j  i  ^'c.^  t  iVjr-  '  ,'/.���������!-)���������  1        "'  'v~\--"  **t  ,  ���������)  *������������������          ^ 1  ^ ^AII the :(-,6t.s of,the L.'hfc Chauqe  it^ne  ntdi   ���������j*-Tfd(,ji   w01 e'told .lor  !CiTT;coui-rciL  ?r>0 000.  I'he -  new  ^J.. -.,-'...'-.'m <:m  /���������-fI  ine-of  P  TOTAL   ASSETS.- OVER   $50,000,000:'      " ;  -  -A   GcroJ-ut  J^ankini2s'   Business   Transacted.-  Savings Accounts given f-peeial attention'. A depo.'it -o'f'Sl or up-  ward staitf* c Savings Afcpunr, on which the highest cu"iept late  of Tnferoi-t it-- paid or added to the riiuoipnl every fl montLs. JJe-  pooits^niar be wi'lidrawn at anv time without notice, ^  Banking hy Maij.���������People-living: at a diVtance may .cend_in depoiit1  or witi'dniw eatli 1>3 mail.    "Write for particulars.  H. F. STOW, MAW^GEP   GRCF'*V"COn KRT CH : '  ?4       I'- i'-!f*������>  Skeeua district.     ITi, jeadquiirt"rj  a re at Prince }tur*er<.  .Thos. JlcAulev r*u, Buavejdell  came down ou TiIewKf'-s f-tig-emifl  left thi.s' ruoinriiic fc-;,'T "f^irtville,  Wash, to vi--it;liis fjiLoily,.   ' ���������,'/ -  After bMng  rfnit  down   for siv  weeks the Unvnby mines'at Phce-  Thcve will be, a joint inoi^llatiop  of PhoenL\ and Gieea',vbod,.li,^r>nio  lodges,"- tonionow "cccniu'!:, LJ7th,  in Fraternity half, Wivenwnod.  v^V^^n^-1'"-1^^0^^11^1^"^1  "wk  th������  morning,  ���������.-.ew Years Day i^  j.-st jn sight. . r .  M"cR.le Bro-*. have 'Mill a large rU-'an.d in'',"' ^ ov t"p ������������e smelter at  ItJtitj;-���������-���������"T   ^1"<1^v'fert'*    -<rfr-!*,i-!S-?7-}.*r*J     '   ......:i-Jf.:i.-:.:..r'vi.-'���������'    - f - "-   - f ITro^rrTlOzft^^h.^fWR^Vf-^Fnfr^n^oV^^  ca^e^aijd imposed a .sentence ot six  niontli������. J. l>. 3IcL^d prosecuted  and J: I)! Speuoe- Jind 0. J^Leg-  gatt defended. '  '  1KT-A'K������IST!CE  ^������:F:rT+^^T'i'F^^f3^  /-i-i--������tfcdr-������J:ix1ti rr-i t-i^n.'J-j-:: -r.-f r- -1 -H.+-I s -! *4 -|-~t -Fr-ri-.-c-f������-fc E-J���������f++ P-,  P BANK   OF ' MONTREAL - r'  t}'j. ' EsVAgLlSH    D   1(31?.  ^   PAID   UP   CAPITAL, $14..OOO^OOO. RCET,  -511.000,000  fp-ft UPCIVIOr-D p'H^-ITg   T4,;:2,6B3 93  pf-fi   Qcuoral Uiinkiu*; Kn-'fni.-ji'Tr ���������������.-.'( le*l     Ur >ff. i-.-,ikhI on nu ((ii.t-. ..tul CoIIpc  ���������i���������' t HI1- 111 llli' -���������>*) iiilll-.! f   t',  J-V!  H-.i  .'3   SAVINGS EAl-jK PEP,',F!T':SWT   1   \M. f. ^P.CCTOP.,  :B]   InterestALiO'VEijftTC};HP^MTP/-.T-:s   | wifi."^ =er Gnc fiwnoD s*v. .en ^Ji  ^Ad .-H-rfc+rH rf-r tbi ih+rt   .-I.---in it +-*-i - i :H i I a.-i +--r-v -4 d-k-t-t-At-f-f --^  .  ���������    ^,   - ���������-.  :-.\i  lu-jte.-.���������Amtrrenn plan, $1.2-'i  and $1.50 a <!.iy ��������� European plan,  ���������">() and 7-1 ei*i.lh a day. Freo-om-  nibu;. meets id.1 <1raiiirf. aud ' borttn.  Baths tree : telephone in, each corridor; tOO room* ; hotel is centrally loci'ti'd ; baggage stored jree:  apecr'ii i.itei for fauiilien and large  parties.      ' -  .^AMi_-h!. -, - -Hi-r1 -*���������  jt*^a.-A*LClJ'lA^a*tg-fertJ.^ -������^^^i.-������n^r w.AMJ,M*wto- ^^.t-^X. ^���������������.3  SOMETHING FOR -EVER  Sezisonable Ideas for Christmas Gifts,  Fnrs.  "Biouse?,   .  1,'iubiellafc.  yiip'peio,  (. lUteiaiiH y  Gloves,  Keck wear,  I  ^  Select Youj- ]\>osents K'arly  ILn.okeichiefs t%  Bj Dry Goods.'r> RENOELL   &   CO.    Millinery.?.  ;uri:s^^33C^ras^r^.rat^  W.JAJUV  T. J. ROBEiriS. Propiir-tor.  THE RECO flOTEIi  r S IMJO'C, n. c.  _\V'il' be -pp'-i i' ''.O'I by the Toursts,  | Tra-ve^ur-. ":itl Mn'ing M������'ii \ibit!ugtlic  ' Stocan.   r-\wj tii.iig up-io-date  \m. CEf. BEJSffiETT  j    , 'PROPRI1STOR  ,1|^J^"^sj^tBa/,T*n*iii.-i.n.������������^/������'uaij-f u^rxsKVib'* tfc*ctw*jn***������*������r*ijctajt=as3  / V>7 ,\AA'/li   C   ,������*    A  Ah,,"1,'   .^' '.-.*/  V 'Jrl'-'V V*-'''  -  <t>/ isi rj ii v' '3 V "^0(&'J  ta'nily i-eaibri-Vble.'  Donald S'nllivan, whd was operated on for appendicitis iu "the  Phoenix .hospital a short time ago.  h-ib fully* recovered his health, find  is loud in his prais>es of Dr. McLean  and the nursW of Phoenix hospital.  Piemember the'dance 'in Kngles'i  hall, CJrccnwood, every Friday  even/ng. The admission ' is Si,  and ladies ft< e. The inn������ic is excellent, and" all wli&.- enjoy the  poetry of motion should remember  the date.        i   J -'  scale of' wages'as offered -by the  company,   which   averag6s*' about  woifc the pioptrty with Louis Pratt  &b niaifHger.  _-/J'he Le Jioi jVo. 2 at Holland is'  incrvasuig its NbipinenK Tlie ore  runs hi^h in gold and copper. - ���������  At hi'-t Giand ��������� Foik<!Yin jn'/tly  blow us honi. In an exhibitio'!'.  af apples, at- Vancouver, it has  beaten Hood river and )Vena'tehee.  This r*- a progressive" age.-- A 0.  P. K. newsagent; n*cc������iitly 'loiC'bi^  job lj/'caiif.e lie .sold s-ori^ "good*. 011-  a Sunday' at Xorth Bayv Ontario.  rIbi������   Lord's Day Alliance p'eqplf  '!  ; The., city'council .met Monday  owneis   will jVv ui.������-j, Aklerri;e''.a)eWi."r^.;Gil:  jy;"2svlM)ii.'>!i]iiva-i  and Hsithffi-  ,irid  -bt rutj    pic-cnt    , Aldei-ni^n  iutlierland   nctijned -tlio- cirtir in  the 'licence of the'may.<r.        .'  '   ,-  1 'The nimutps of prov-io'is%moeting  were read and-adopted.  ' The ������<������vcijil corurnittee-* 1 *-*pO!'iGiT    1  progfes"-.. . . .      *    ��������� ' - /.  The rulr-=   were   suspended   in. 'l  order to <iiiow  Alderman 'SalliVari''  to leave the chair,   an<L.iiitroQitc'1,  Electiol'i bylaw.> 4.,-12b.  .Bylaw  No. 12S was read  three  limes and  paf-ped."       ���������'      >   '*. - , ,*"..     '  Alderman   Sutherland'-' was ! al-  iH-e to be congratulated  114)011 their  lowed S12 on account..Qi' procuring  a hor.se for the city.  '���������  ability as spotter.-  The'C. P. R   has -cut down ''fi-,  clerical sta������'in yanepnver.   ' .'  ^ tie?������nnei'?7 union-Jit lITyie na-j  3o0/ members' and  r>2,.500  in the  bank.      ,      -   '      -----  A re ward" of 8200 ib  offered for  >0 cents a dav le?s than  the scale the aporehenMon of Mike Phillip  Ernest Mills, formerly secretary  of the Gi ecu wood llineis', union.  !ias been appointed secretaiy-  tit'a&urer of the, W. V. 31. at Dtin-.  ver, Colorado, in place of JY,rne..s  Xerwa-n. vho has resigned 0:1 account of ill health.  In tne fi'ce of,the crosscut o'i  tho Diamond-Tci-atf, now bn'rtg run  to tap tho lead, /.lnc'aud^.rlen.i ore  ia being found in the formation,  which iudic-itr-i that tli!-' leid ib  not far away, "iht-'-t v. or kings aie  only a few leet froui|iht\lino of tht  Providence mine. -   "  A YiAiuy ���������}.Ie:;\s club, ha*  been  formed   in   co/mi-etioii'.   with   the  1 Presbyterian church.    The oUjopr&  ' .ii-o to fur'ihu- th- pifi.sita!, meat d |     X1!e "rsi  Iami sjiintu.il  iiu*oi'-,>f, of* all (hci ^f0" n;1'  before- the shut-down.-'-Tt is not  j -,/   !" ���������***      1  kriowu what effect the' resumption  oPwork' at the Gran by will have  upon the 'other Boundary mines  and smelters. 3L-. McAllister said  this moruing-ihafc he does not know  when tlie B. 0. Copper company  would resume. Rumor has it tha-t  the Dominion Copper company  wijl su^n blow in, but tho report  cannot be confirmed, asN our wire-  i less to JSTajv York  is  not working.  The.Cohiihbia, cigar is made from  choice tobacco, a-nd smoker should  look for it when in seaich of fcome-  thing that will  dolight  the sen be*,  -A fine a-s-'ortnient of pocket and  ofiice diayoo fot* 10dS at' the btore  ot J. L. Coles.  CURLING.      *   -  ** - - -  The first s-ei'ie*-' of games ot the  s ph'ved  in   the  eurlitig  who murdered a worn-in ��������� called  Monie Lewis'at Blairm'o.-o *some  wool's ago.   ' " 1  in Eat-.tr Ko'*te-i,uv the hiurber-  men at ,the 1*01*1:0 Rico lumber  c.imps have accepted the cut in  their w.iges froiii S3 00 to ������2.."*0.  N"ot having anv union they were  only idle a few d.iyi.  I'. K. Grait ii ^starting a town  Crflifnl Wee thank about eight miles  from Peai-blarrd in   the  Okau.igan. |  In   the   fihvan   the   Vaucouver1  mi;������c (���������-*-hippmg 000  frms-  of  zinc}  riiij    following   accounts .were  bidered paid ;    ( -   . - ^ .  ���������Jlv Waterworks Co.,~~������1;J3.73 ;  Bnbar & McKay, $-10.20; -James  Sutherland, $12."-  The couricil adjourned' to  meet"  ou Januarj* Gth. -  There'13 110 shut-down at the  factory in .Nelson, where the Itoyal  Seal Cigar is made. '-It is still being smoked iu all parts' of"*tlie  Boundary.  /%���������* I  " A-5  I  'V  ^  Which ? ;    ,-  Wednesday.   Good  Resolutions.  Thursday bad recollections.  Fiiday. the bronze taste  and innumerable bracers. ' *   >'-  Saturday, more bad recollections  and more braceis.  'Sunday"a self-conscious fool or a  ore to Belgium.    The   freight   rate'  is S18 a ton. , .*- coroner's, inquest. <  Alberni is hiun(,*d by a wild  -ttjer. ITe cc> cc<������ cjo<c to huu town  every few momh.-, y;"fa shot i?t.  and dis.ippoar-. uiitd his .wounds  liwil.,' He ;>. tbe toughest sUvr* in  .V/nerica, or thenljernen of Afberni  are the poorest shots. l  Monday, friends call to pymna-  thi/.eand t.'tl you of all tJir? niein  tliiiigij j on ha\o s.ud aud done.  Trrevday, if you are n> man you'll  qt.it, say nothing about it and &lay  wiih it. If you are a we.ik fo-'d  you'll t-we.tr off, tell alt your friei'd-,  twl-outit, and get drttuk  next Sat-  ' The Tr,il. C1neltr-r has shipped ; nil,l|Vi , | "h��������� ^ ^" ^  2-10,000  ounce* ol wlver to Ottawa!    ���������. *   , f.    ,       , ���������'   '  for tiM- in the  new Cauailian  mint!     lo wo,^^a^o.vou-belong?  tb-tt   (jouim^tici  iir'\f monili.  's1    making   money  Will Pay Dividend.        ,'  The Xorth  Star'mine "at  Kfui-  ot  - Mountaineer and Koot  Jiny   Standard   Oh.  Mndo bv  Furnifuro, .  L'ai'jjef-n,  ' JjiitoleumH.  \j 1  s  n  s  *  v  o  9  %  *������  Gi  Q  W  O  ������  (Qf  V\nU>hU iy,  J)(jddin;j;.  Window Glaps  A  T;M.6ti.llev<������G^.J,iptuloK���������m?ll������������������  ������  t-.'rrnty !,������!',  V. ..nd l.loelc, (f u-. <u iMiit-i.l '       '"'"''J   'ven.-'t.i   .1.  Wot n-'-n !'" ���������? ,L  V"M :-v  '���������*-'���������������������������������������������������-.'��������� "��������������� ^'..iny i -���������"���������*-, -.   >;   btieei. t;ici,n,f,o(l.   Vl&ititig broth: .n,'<v"d ^:--'    L'tili.i   Mmd   Mcfu ih [^'1������'('1'   htiiwii,   were   lj.'not for the  ".lur u>i\ agul 11 * \cai.-.    . ()llt   f   ]<nu,d   h{l|>     r,,...cs iII0  '  ' '" '    'vuic niaiii,'ii ..t t!j<^ i..an,e  bv tiie. ^ t,|>at liu'(t> V"H " P1 'miev {,a,l(1-      K iyr*io>vl in Alhei ta turned out 'g"l tint,'around that, f  guc>->.     I'd  Hi v.   M.   IX   M,-X,c.      I5.,rh  ihe' ^k'hod  in  ,it   No. 2.    .Jim   Kunie  -;><., \...lr five million- {.f pound-, of, i)|lf,������ drinking   ,\oung-'peoplo ,tro wi-11  known   nnd ' 'n<>1^-1-' tMs< tip 1������3 havmg ,i pitnO'i   *.,. ������*t s-trgar. '     X< ver mind   lui.v " y>;r  dfd   it.  ���������trr-r-   t*������     ~*v   f,ir..������..'������. i m,��������� ,,, i>>'ptilar in  this  ni-tiict .n.tl  their ''*' ^������- *������������������    ������lii<*.hof  MeCutcheorr^       .. , , ,  - : II*ivi* von a mother liv.i.-' ?  irrcjiiiinllv i������iy.t"(l to ,itte  1 . O    IVAiCll >. AV. tl. i  ii\i, i. j;n: wi��������� -4,1,,,.(,,  {XT'   T"     -^.V   fi  Green wood's Ufv FiTruini'ro 8loi-c. ���������!  W   "mT'.-O  ii  -i-*-,���������������*->.;  'A  /-  (*'\v ('Ayi'O  A   boii e  m-ni-hi-d' with  \  |iii-d daiic*-; al, the Pioneer hotel. ;it  which .r  laigo .number of  fiiends  ���������i'  'i n  r. 3 '  I ho  bebt^niost artfHt.1   -1;  'i    ^  Uf-efill a-jil in <dl th 15 go.', to ���������nvvkr*   ;���������   J-oiiit* rorlU r'  \h  i forUbleiii.il plci-ing to'-h" fie tit n a-i-nabie prices, &  r<  droj) i: line lo I)  >J' Jio''1'!! ion v'c l1'). *;l Ncl'ou. li.  ; ���������  ('.    (Jo'itN gmnaiitJ'cil tl������o J!i'*-t for the pii< e, &  .' Iiii'pcri' Age.'ii.    Corn-1  1 '"i1    .were  present to congratulate  (I,0  '.. fve puui|.   ������utc.'riM.i.hm,,py    couple.      Mr.   and   1U-,.  score. FriTh w.i.1-penalized tO and i Tiiiiiipi .vi iglnng lifiy jiounds  Hishop 'J for tilling places ol ubsei*; ''������������������"' '������������������������������������ l'd ���������',,'(' ''���������old.'ii. One of  men'with hkipor   irwite.    Thiswiil   t,|,''������   "-'Il   ������>'*"'  <'i-u  idifor.for   (>0  o. ������i,\- r-'t. <.ni,'i,'-.ni'iiii, i;. r. ��������� S.vanhmd will reside on Kinrbeili'v !Ls  a^elure.  iiiKM-ano the  \ic<*-pi'������-iden!'s UitaJ 'dnj**. -vmIi a lutle watoi  rdih>d  SIRIILKALltEH LA?ID DISTRICT  jiimiui'T or  VAi.r;  - The eighth ( annual  b.dl'of tho  Kiiightnof Pythi.-M, which  will be  is livjng with *m old aunt.^,  f.'no.l ! A little giil rimkis a  .-ti-inig hit with ,i j,i-y. Uow.aliout  ii.i-.iu.it?  She's a cripple.  i  po.nK    Two   links   aieyett') [,, f .usiouver the /ntliontic-* are  play-���������Warren-Johnson: ^i i ph-xed" to   lii;d   wo-k f-,r ubrle !     l'*'"'!    With ti poor old   mother  I'1'"'11"1*                Vic" 1'icii.lerit. n,eu I , k������������'[i  then   froti   > lar\ ing. ' *< i'P">g, ������   Htn'''  girl   clirtgii g   In  '"!' r, ���������    -''' ,\ U   I'iriiv   llu.-uit   tin.    J,ip1mi.Mi.||'������|Mi. "nil jiu  old  aunt in   ,ui in-  \li_il\mi  Ill lintiic       10 .       :   ..      '.           .    .      *.         >.....!���������.    _i. ....  '-"(fTi )  t   Oini/i   1 ��������� tin V, Hlli'ivl  tn i"> <\   [in   \n i  ���������       .'   I       '  I'll      I"        IIIJIU n  .     || ���������|,    , ,    |���������,,   , |  '  '     1������ ii ii    I       I  II >n        l"., mi. li  ;, ,   ,,| Uh  ('��������� '        li<   Il  I I .1        "111-   i*u    I||i   ||       111 ^1 I    -   i,  i   ���������    nUiin.   ' ii,, i,.,!. ,iiVoi11.  i;,i,r I  ''"������������������'" '","w' n.'i^ oeen   secured jor  '-1' '"     ""i   I'"' I*'t'n in, ii nk ,rft!i"-oi*caqron, and "all the dH'iih, are  1  '"   '   |M 1.1    I'M    H,   ,1    hi,,,]   Ih,     ]ii|. |  ' - - '  <'!din the old if-MonUi hall   m tt  -J V-    m  i Iill"'-        '   ''"iplovv.i direcliv ur iuduecth byjvalid's chair,   we can'  work anv  Weiln������(Jity  evening, Januir-y Ut,   \|l|;,!I,lM fl McUiitcheoii" jV ,,M" <"'''"ul Tl "'������������������������ P(l('lli(' ������������������liuiin-1 J'������"V xi iho  world.'���������The Chicago  pHHnise-itobe.tho mo.it   HtHvo.-fuli^,,,,,,;   /;"... ,|(v         " "  \et  given   by. tho' KufghK     Ta., '   '     "_  to;ir to one,  "flletil lnusic h.'is been  secured lor I    Tola  ���������11     Total  hi 1(1*1 ,  III  (11,111111. I'll l    |f, III.    M,   I      II   III      |,',| |,l)l||| *0l  i /hiiiiii '..ml ,  f������nr������l(lii. tli<f������i> of IV ..n.1,.1*, a. 1) vtii  fihOKllJ: TfKltVl.V.  m the hands of energetic aud o.\-  pcr-ienced committee...-ftuppei- will  bo Herved at the Puci/ic (J,ifo.  When you want a monument or  he.-ub.tone, wiito to the Kootenav  Marble Woflw, Nelpon, B. 0.       '������������������  l.cr trie wliit,  'ilioi ���������*  a;.*   I 1,.'!/ 7, jio.loilKfj in I  Canada ' i  j  Dining   the   pii'j'-nt  dopit* ��������� ion j  the water and   elt'ctnc  rates   weie  nduvod in Phoenl'*! I  Tii Iniiio.  A kit ot butgjar'p tools j������ a  ���������'b.-.le iovehtiuenf," and-fully as  honest ������h some tbutyaro' oilercd to  th" public.      t, ��������� ���������; ���������    ���������   'I  Job Printing at Tho Ledge. .  in  ^fiHwataa-gCKx:  iV-rt-t^i, ^fi'*,!:i ViM^'::  lMtet;U: i'l  ��������� ,- ���������'*     5- -.  ,   (  MWMk. J-*i4a 1 j-*! jfitt'lS&.'Ui  IHE    LEDGE,  GREENWOOD,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  u  ii "  1 ' V  ��������� ���������'-  I,'.  it*  * >  ���������iV  I  :  }  BOWSER HIS NEW IDEA.  Tries to Convert Wife to Beliel  In Transmigration of Souls.  SEES PLAYMATE IN A TRAMP.  Experiment Ends In a Personal Encounter In Which the Hobo Docs Not  Come Out the Worst���������l.lrs. E}; Con-  solos Hubby  a  [Copyright, 1307, by E. C. Parcells.]  Mr. Bowser had seemed absentmind-  ed at'dinner, and for half an hour'aft-  erward he. smoked Ms cigar tn silence  nnd had no Interest iu . his evening  newspaper. Finally ho aroused himself, with a start, and said:  "Mrs. Bowser, I want to talk with  you for a few' minutes on is very serious matter, aud I trust I may; have  your undivided and respectful attention. If you can restrain your fondness for sarcastic remarks I hope you  will do so for this once."  "I hope you are not going to tell me  that you have discovered a new planet  in the heavens,'.' she answered.  "I am not looking for new planets  just now, though I may begin later on.  This afternoon .a man from Troy came  A TRAMP AT THE BASEMENT DOOB.  into the office on business. lie had a  , dog with him, and do you know that I  seemed to recognize iu that dog au old  and dear friend of mine who died aU  least ten years ago? Same eyes, same  mouth, same hopeless expression of  face. Why, I rose out of my chair at  ' first sight of him."  "And then you sat down again," she  replied. "I expected you'd get back to  that nonsense again. It's only a, few  months, ago that you scared the cook  away by your talk about transmigration, telling her that she'd probably  turn into a cat when she died, aud if I  ' were yb i I'd let'it rflone. I tell you it's  all bosh." *  "So you call the theory of transmigration all bosh, do you?" he sharply/  asked as he turned on her.  Ridicules the Theory.  "Of course I do. At least it is a theory so far fetched that no sensible person will' waste auy time over it Let  us talk about something else. I -was  reading today that big money could  be made by starting huckleberry  ewamps."  "Never- you miud about that, Mrs..  Bowser. Let the huckleberry business-  take, care of Itself. The question before, us is, What becomes of our souls  ���������vyhen, the breath leaves the body? Do  ypu.-care whether your soul passes into  ���������$1$ body of a dog or a dove? If you  don't, it is something to me what becomes of mine. I don't hanker to come  back to earth as a hippopotamus or an  alligator. You call the theory of transmigration all bosh, and yet it is gain1-  ing ground every day, aud millions of  neople believe in it."  "Well, if they want to- believe in  Such rubbish let them go ahead."  "There you go again! Rubbish? Bobbish? By what right do you call the  belief of at least a billion people rubbish? There is eitiier good foundation  lor this belief or else all these people  are fools. How can you say what becomes of your soul after death ?"  "And how can you?" she queried. .  "I can't exactly, and yet when I look  into the face of a dog from Troy and  recognize the features of a dear old!  playmate who died In Kalamazoo,  many years ago it goes to convince me  that there is more in the theory than I  ever accepted."  "1 trust your dear old playmate -was  well and that you enjoyed his.call.  Did you mention that you used to play  ball and hopscotch with him? Did  you ask how he liked being a Troy dog  for a change? Did he-seem to also recognize you?"  "Sneering already. That's you all  over. I never set out to talk with you  on any matter of deep Interest unless  you try to belittle it. Woman, right  here and now I boldly announce myself as a, transmigrationlst of the deepest dye,, and If you have got any sense-  in your head I can prove the theory  In ten, minutes. Yes, I can do it ihr  one.   Look, at that cat, will you?"  The family feline had been out on  the fence walloping other felines and!  showing who was boss, but had come*  rp with a look of innocence and modesty on her face" and was sitting up ori  the hearth rug. Mrs. Bowser regarded  her for a moment and then observed: ���������  "It's our old cat, right enough."  "���������Yes, it's our old cat, and who- does  Khe remind you of? By thunder, bus  It's strange that I never remarked the  likeness before! Mrs. Bowser, as true  ns you live, the soul of your Bister  Hannah, who died three years ago,  bus Dassed Into that cat!   Look at net,  sayl   If that- isn't Hannah's expression, to Bidpt, then I'll eat my bat!"  Saw Relative In Cat  "Nonsense! You must be crazy, Sho  look" like any other cat, and that's all  there 1������ to It. You can see what silly  things' your theory leads to. It's a  utruuie to compare her to Hannah."  "And you see no resemblance?" be  usked. "You can't bob that she sits  there with her chin cocked up Just an  Hunnah used to after I had told her'  that one shouldn't climb fences and  roll over on the grass7"  "No, sir, I can't, and I' want yon, to  cjiyt mukl>itr.su.cij couyi^rlsonc-"  -.  Tireh lt's-Deeause your 'well known  obstinacy won't permit you to. Hannah's <soul went into that cat as sure  as you're, born; and that's .why she's  hung around as she has. That's only  one case, however. All human souls  do not pass'into the bodies of animals.  Some of them pass into other people.  When 1 die my soul may pass Into the  body of some dear little babe who will  grow up to be a celebrated statesman,  poet or philosopher."  "Or a junk dealer or knife grinder,"  suggested Mrs. Bowser.  Mr. Bowser had just got red in-the  face and was about to resent the sneer  when the cook came up and said there  was a tramp at the basement door who  wanted money for a night's lodging  and demanded to see the master of the  house. ,  "Perhaps ifs some, one into whose  body the soul of one of your old  friends has passed," said Mrs. Bowser  as Mr, Bowser rose up. "You may even  find the man to have the eyes and  nose and chin of your brother Joe, who1  was drowned in tho Ohio river ten  years ago. If it proves' to he so. you  will of course use him very tenderly."  The trausmigratiouist turned and  glared at her and nodded bis head in  an ominous way, but she had given  him an idea, and he meant to work it  out. At the basement door he found a  burly big tramp who was a believer In  the rights of man and who lost no  time in saying:  "Why should I be compelled to sleep  on the ground beneath a tree while  you occupy a hair mattress in a luxurious bedroom? I'm wanting a dime  to nut me up somewhere."  "And you shall have it," rep-lied Mr.  Bowser.as he walked the man down  to the gate to be out of earshot-of Mrs.  Bowser. "You have arrived at an opportune moment. You know "wiiat 'opportune' is, don't you?"  "If it's turning me over to  a cop,  don't you try it on!" replied the man.  "Oh, you need have no fear.   Have  you ever heard of the theory of transmigration?"  "Never."  "Well, it's the theory that when ii  person dies, his soul passes into the  body of some one else. For instance,  you strongly remind -me of a boy  named John Davis, "whom I knew  years ago. He died when I was fifteen.  He was a good boy and a liberal  hearted boy."  "And you are -wondering if Ms-- soul  passed into my body? Wonder no  longer. It did. You have hit the nail  on the head. I fcuowed you the minute you opened the door. How are  you, governor?  Shake!"  .  He Agreed'With Bowser.  "This���������this fi? almost incomprehensible," said Mr. Bowser as he extended  his hand.  "Not at alL governor. I'm Joe Davis, your old playmate, and I've called  for that dollar you was owing me when  I died.   Fork over."  "But I never owed you a dollar.  Now that 1 come to look at you more  closely I see"���������  "You -see your old playmate, and he  ,-wants his dollar."  "He can't get it. and you take yourself oft"  Mr. Bowser turned away, but he  hadn't taken two steps before there  was a mixup, and he was one of the  mixers. "When the conflict had lasted  three minutes the tramp jumped the  fence; and Mr. Bowser sat up and sa'w  Mrs. Bowser beside him and asked  what had happened.  "Oh, nothing much!" she replied.  "You just met the soul of a dear old  playmate' that had passed into the  body of a tramp, and you were thrown  down and rolled' on the grass until  you will small of new mown lKty for  a month ft) come. Lefs get into the'  house before the soul of. some other  dear old frrend Unit has entered the  body of a policeman comes along and  uses his club." M. QUAD.  ,  IMPROVEMENTS ON HIS DAD.  8omo   Signs  of  Advancement   Discovered   Down   In   Georgia.  I was in a Georglu postofflce when a  young colored mau who was banging  about the corridor approached and asked for 10 cents, to buy himself something to eat. This gave me an'opportunity to ask him if he thought hla  race was improving any, and , he  promptly replied:  :'Yes, suh, de cull'd man am im-  provin' right along."  "You notice that, do you?"  "I does, suh."  "Take your own case. Do you believe that you are better posted than  your father was?"  "Humph! De ole man couldn't hold  a candle to me. I was arrested a]  month ago for stealin' chickens from'  Kurucl Johnson, aud I's jest got outer,  jail. Doy proved dat I stole five chickens, sah."  . "Well, if you wero convicted of It I*  don't see where your sharpness comes  In."  "Bight yere, sah. I stole a pig at de  same time, and de kurnel laid it off on,  lo auodder man aud had him sent to  jail fur throe months. If ray fadder  had been alive, de kurnel would have  proved dat he stole his hull drove and  had him sent up fur life!"���������St Louis  Post-Dispatch.  There Had  Been Trouble at Home.  "As odd a client as you can imagine,"  said .Jerome K. Jerome at a lawyers'  dinner, "called on a ��������� legal friend of  mine In Rye one morning.  ' "She was an extremely pretty client,  but her clear, soft eyes were red wlth(  weeping. Indeed, she was in tears as-  she entered my friend's office. Her*  little form shook with sobs.  " 'Well, my dear,' said he (perhaps I,  should explain that this client was"  hardly more than seven or eight years;  old)���������'well, my dear, what can I doj  for you?'    -  " 'Please, sir,' said the child, weeping  piteously, 'I want to get a divorce from  my'papa and mamma.'" ���������Woman's  Home Companion.  Will Do It Good.  Better Than He Knew.  Tho hour had come for the language  lesson in a government Indian school.-  Among the words on the board to be  put into sentences was the word "sin-,  gular." The teacher explained that it}  meant queer, peculiar, odd, uncommon.;  To'mmie Stewart, a half breed Crowi  Indian, twelve years old, produced a  result of diligent labor, showing a bit!  of humor in his makeup and keen ob-'i  serration as far as the Indians were)  concerned, at least. He wrote the foi-,  lowing sentence:   " :  "If a man have no wife he is slngu-'  lar."���������Harper's Weekly.  The Old Trouble.  "How's your wife?"  "Well,  her  head's troubling hex a  great deal just at present."  ���������'I'm sorry. Is it neuralgia?"  "No; a new hat!"���������Once a .Week.  Perfectly Safe.  "Say, yer a disgrace ter de perfesh,"  sneered Weary Walker. "I heard yer  tellin' dat woman yer'd saw some wood  fur her if she'd give yer a meal."  "Gon!" interrupted Hungry Higgins.  "Don't yer s'pose I made sure foist  dat she didn't have no wood ter saw?"  -Philadelphia Press.  First Daughter���������i'Jsten to papa airing his French.  Second Daughter���������Well, it's awfully  weak. A little air will do it good.���������  Harper's; Weekly.  *������������������    ��������� ���������      ���������  -'    The Greater Danger.  They -were aboujt to entertain a few  friends, aud her husband suddenly  busied himself with tlie umbrellas,  carrying them upstairs. When he had  taken up the last one she said to him,  somewhat amazed:  "Why, dear, why do you hide the|  umbrellas like that? Are you afraid,  our friends win steal them?" >  "No," said lrc; "I am afraid they will  -wo-Hilze theai."���������Cnlcaao Inter Ocean  Trees Tfrat. Last a Lifetime.  , If you* live lor your descendants, as  the English are. said to do, and wish  to plant treee for posterity, two thing?  that will outlust one mortal life and  can be handed down .like teaspoons  are the box titee nnd the smoke tree,  and those toka lRtle room. The smoke  tree (Ithrus corilaiiufl) is a shrubbery  tree that is eo-vered m summer with  featherv flo-ivers- in large clusters of  soft pinky -p������irplo, making the tree  seem orrvelo-jod ��������� in mist. It seems to  have been Jfougcrtten of late years, and  overj yard is. chock full of hydrangear-  and/other thmgK. Wby not go back to  old favoritoJBlacs and Kmolcc tree, the  box: if'you *oTd mjt dislike the smell  and wnroB' joooiricJi?  Uaod Canadian Machine.  A renmriatfblc record in harvesting  has,- just beem perfarmed at Kirton,  Lincolnshire, where- wheat was cut,  gallhored, ihjcshtxl, And ground and  matdo into broad' ready for eating in  loxa hours*.  . ���������i���������������������������u  An acre -of.-ground -was aho plough,  ted, caltivaltiad, .dnlkad. borrowed, and  oovnn with' a wnr-crop within seven  and a-hali hours. Tiifl constitutes a  world's reowd. All wto *V ���������������������  lor-drivcri imichineiy. The barveatone  maciwye eaj.je IronV���������Caaad'*.  ' Responsibility.  "Has he a proper sense of responsibility?" asked the earnest patriot."  "I don't know," answered Senator  Sorghum. "I sometimes fear he is one  of those people who are so anxious to  be financially responsible that they  forget to be morally* responsible."���������  Washington Star.  :.    N For. Old Bones.  "Did you say the Rogerses are a very  thrifty family?"  "Indeed I did. You know the skeleton in their closet?"  "Yes."  "Well, they have sold it to a medical  school."���������Harrvr's Weekly.  MAY NOT NEED IT NOW  PUT   IT   IN  A  SAFE   PLACE,   FOR  ��������� IT   MAY   COME   IN   HANDY  Says Home-Made Mixture is Easily  Prepared, and Cures Weak Kidneys and Bladder, ���������  Here is a simple home-made -mixture as g*ven by an' eminent authority  on Kidney diseases, who makes the  statement .in a Montreal daily, newspaper, that it will relieve almost any  case of Kidney trouble'if taken before the stage of Bright's disease.. He  states that such symptoms as lame  back, pain in the side,',frequent desire  to urinate, especially at night; painful and discolored ,urination; are readily overcome.   Here is the recipe; try  it:  Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half  ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;  Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three  ounces. Take a teaspoonful after  eacli meal and at bedtime.  A well-known druggist is authority  that these ingredients are all harmless  and easily mixed at home by shaking  well in a' bottle. This mixture; has a  peculiar healing and soothing' effect  upon the entire Kidney and Urinary  structure, and often overcomes the  worst forms of Rheumatism in just a  little while. This mixture is said to  remove' all blood disorders and cure  tho Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to 'filter and strain from the  blood and system all uric acid and  foul, decomposed waste matter, which  cause these afflictions. Try it if you  aren't well.   Save the prescription.  "There's music in the air," whistled  the office boy.  "Not the way you whistle it,", commented the boss. "Get out."���������Philadelphia Ledger.  UNPROFITABLE  DREAMS.  Is there anything more annoying,  than having your corn stepped upon?  Is there anything moie delightful  than getting rid of it? Hollow ay's  Corn Cure will do it. Try it and be.  convinced.'  Loraine���������Is it true'tin.t you are engaged to Fred?  Clarice���������No; J have not given him  a definite answer yet. I .want to  vvajt and see how he looks after the  foo'tball  season is  over.���������Judge.  Next Trial.  "The new Thaw trial will be along  different lines."  "So?" i  "Yes; there will be a consistent plot,  an intelligible libretto and no interpolated speclalties."-Loulsville Courier-  Journal.  Another Name For It.  "Was Mrs. Gabbleton ig the witness  box this afternoon?" asked the judge'*  wife.  "Yes," answered the judge, "but It  was more like a chatterbox during the  time she occupied it."���������Chicago News.  . lTovl's-Voun^ Dream.  "You used to tell mc you would lovo  mo always."  "Yes, and. we were both young  enough to believe lt,"-Phlladolphla  Press. '  A  FISHERMAN'S  LUCK  Weak, Worn and Almost in Despair  When Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  Came to His Rescue  ��������� "My strength was' almost gone, my  breath very short and I could hardly  walk. I used many remedies but  they did not help me. Finally a  friend advised me to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I did so and today, thanks' to the pills, I am a perfectly well man."    .  This very emphatic statement is  made by Mr. R. L. Porter, of Mainland, N.S. Mr* Porter is a fisherman,  and naturally a hard working man.  subject to much exposure. He further says: "I was in a state of debility and bloodlessness. Sometimes  I "could attend to my work, but often  was too weak and miserable to do so.  I was wakeful and restless at night,  and could not "eat.in the morning. I  was "trouble's'with pains-in my-.back  and shoulders; sometimes I could  hardly straighten up. Then indigestion-came to add to my misery,',and  my condition was one that made me  almost hopeless. I tried several medicines���������but in'vain. Then one day a  friend said why don't you try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills? I tried them  and I shall,always be grateful for  them. In a short time I began to regain my health. I could eat .better,  and could eat any kind of food. Mv  strength returned. I could attend to  my work. I was in fact perfectly'well  again, and this is actually due to Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills build up  the strength and drive out disease in  just one way���������they actually make new  red blood. That is all they do, but  they do it well. They don't act on  the bowels���������they don't purge and  weaken like comrnon pills. They  don't bother with mere symptoms���������  they go right to the root of the trouble  in the blood. That is why they cure  anaemia, with all its headaches and  backaches and dizziness and heart  palpitation. That is why they cure  indigestion, rheumatism, neuralgia.  St. Vitus dance,"general weakness and  the special ailments that growing  girls'and women do not like to talk  about evento their doctors. But you  must insist on getting the genuine  pills-.with (the full name "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People"- on  the wrapper around each box. Sold  by all medicine dealers or by mail at  50c a box or six boxes for $2.50 from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine .Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Wishing to learn what his nephew  would say. Uncle Charles asked little  Fred: "What would you do if you  stood at the root of a tree with your  foot on the head ot a live rattlesnake,  a tiger was crouching en a branch  above ready to spring, and you saw  a wild Indian running at you with  uplifted tomahawk?"  "I should wake rieht up," wai the  unexpected reply.���������The Circle Magazine.  The bullfight given by the members  of the Gutenberg Typographical union  of Chihuahua was highly amuslug and.  was attended by a large crowd that,  cheered the amateurs again and again.'  Banderlllos were skillfully placed, aud  one of the bulls was killed In a way  that was creditable to the young fight-;  ers, although In others thny were not;  always so successful In this part. The  professions of typesetter and matadore  are far part, but the young men showed versatility in theirabillty to do such  active work after tlieir sedentury life  at the case.���������Chihuahua Cor. Mexican  Herald.  W;   N.   0.   N<j.  He does not care for common things,   .  ��������� Like doing simple chores, ,    ..,'  But how his fancy takes on wings  And with  what ease It soars t  As he sits by the kitchen slove  When dayligl.it Is near spent  And tellB how things wotlld start to mova  If'he were president.    '..-.. '  The barn needs shingling, since It leaks  ���������  With"every shower of, rain.   ���������  .       '  For axle grease the .wagon squeak������,   '  And tons of hay have lain  Through half a dozen showers or'so  ���������  ' The while his dreams are bent  Cm how the trusts would have to go  If he were president. '       '  ITisfences from neglect are down,   .  The cows 'are In his corn-  He saw them, with an angry frown, -,  A week from yestermorn���������  , And yet to making some repair       ,   ,  '    No useful aid he's lent.  He's thinking how the rogues would far*  If lie were president.  [Ie started out to milk tho cow  A half an hour ago  And met a neighbor with his plow,  So sat right down to show' <  How evil are the times nnd what  This vice of grafting meant   '  And what 'would be and what would not  If he were president.       , ��������� '  The pump is out of order quite  And will  but wheezo and squeak,  And so his willing wife at night  Bears water from the creek  Because he must have time to thinks  Not how to pay the rent.  But how he'd make the neighbors blink  If he .were president. '  And you, my friend, does your barn leak,-  Your fences need repair? .    -  Docs your pump never wheeze and squeak  From lack of little enre?  Or do you sometimes shirk your chores  And is your fancy hent  On healing economic sores  With you as president.  ���������J.  W.  Foley In   Woman's Home Companion.  ^^   ���������  "The Nearer the Bone, the Sweeter tho  Meat."  SICKLY GIRLS  Regain Gotor, Health and Vigor When Tho BJood Is  .,,.1*'-. ' Enriched By -���������' \  hase's*'Nerve  --*->''  Food.  -Sketch.  Your- mirror will tell you if you,art'  aiaemic, for the" unnatural pallor o.  your gums, lips and eyelids will in  dicate the thinness.- and weakness oi  the blood. .' .,���������      - -       ,    '���������  Anaemia is most common amon<.  young women and is marked by pal  lor, weakness, .indigestion, irritability  spells of dizziness and fainting, hearl  palpitation, severe, .headaches ' and  feelings of extieme lassitude.  The blood is lacking'in the elements  which go to form eneigy) vigor and  strength and demands such assistance  as is-best supplied by Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food. % r  This great food cure sharpens the  appetite, invigorates the nerves which  control the digestive fluidSj strengthens the heart's action and naturally  and gradually restores the sufferer  from weak blood to heulth, strength  and vigor.   ��������� [  The headaches and cyeachos of pale  nervous school-girls, of office girls and  of factory- employes are largely the  result of thin, watery blood and will  disappear when the blood is enriched  and the system built up hy Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food.  Miss .Lena Hiebert, -Lowe    Farm,,or' Edmaiison, Batos & Co., Toronto  Man.,  writes:���������-"I    had  suffered  for  two 'years with dizzy spells, pains in  the back, cold hands and feet, nervousness, jerking of'the limbs.^   sore  tongue, soreness of arms and should-' ������  ers, and general exhaustion.    About  seven months, ago I-became so ner-^  vous that I could not rest ��������� or sleep,  and'could-not'.do   the  least  bit- of  work ' without ' suffering    dreadfully '  froiirpaiiis in the.hack.   Ivcould hard-''  ly  walk,   could  eat very -little,   and  felt that-people were always'watching  my body twitch.     ���������  ,'T tried' several medicines with little  effect.'and was a mere skeleton ot skin  and bone, about to give up in despair  when I heard about Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food, and began fusing it. I have  used in all fourteen boxes of this preparation ' and it has built -me up '  until I am now strong and well again.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has done me  a world of good, and I feel that ,1,  cannot recommend it too highly to  persons who s'uffes. as I have."  Put this great restorative to the test  by noting your increase in weight  while using it.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents a  box, 6 boxes for $2.50, at all dealers,  Little Acts of Kindness  Walter's mother had made a point  of teaching him to be very kind to  animals.' One-day lie came running  in to his, mother, exclaiming eagerly,  "Oil, mother, I'm sure you will like  the little girl .who's moved in next  door. She's such a nice little girl,  mother,  and  so kind  to animals."  "She looks'like a nice little girl,"  said* Walter's mother, "and I think  [ shall 'like her. But how is she  kind to'animals?""  ' ".Well," exclaimed Walter, ��������� "wo  had some chestnuts just now, and  she found a worm in one, and she  ���������didn't���������eat-dt!"���������Lippincott's.  Tlie Most Popular Pill���������The pill is  the most popular of all forms of medicine', and of pills the most popular are  Par-melee's Vegetable Pills, because  they do what it is asserted they can  do, and,are not put forward on any  fictitious claims to excellence. They  ���������re compact and portable, they are  easily taken, they do not nauseate nor  gripe, and they give relief in the most  stubborn' cases.  ' The Cardinal's Wife.  Cardinal Gibbous, the * venerable  head of the Catholic church in America, is one of the most democratic men  In the country. He also enjoys a good  joke, even when told at his own expense, lie once related' how a Baltimore newspaper man who may have  been more zealous in journalism than  learned in rellgiua-cniieU at tU'ot cardinal's house one day to ask,, his eminence for information concerning some  church matter.  "The cardinal is, out of the city,"  said Father Fletcher, who received the  caller.  "Then may I ' see Mrs. Gibbons?"  was the startling request that followed.��������� Lippincott's.   -  The Family Enjoyed It Too.  Wheu the minister, who was a bachelor, had been helped to Mrs. Porter's  biscuit for the third time, he looked  across the table at Rhoda, staring at  him with" round, wondering eyes.  "I don't often ha ve such a good supper as this, my dear," he said in his  most propitiatory tone, and Rhoda's  face dimpled.  "Wo don't always," she said in her  clear little voice. "I'm awful glad you  came."���������Youth's Companion.  '    A Change.  "Well." complained the cranky  woman.'"I never met a man'so hard  to please as my husband."  "The' idea!" exclaimed the spiteful  Miss Knox. "How quickly men change.  It was only a few years ago that he  proposed to you."���������Philadelphia Press.  Repudiation.  "Do you think that Bacon would  have been content to leave his name  off the Shakespearean plays If he wrote  them?" -  "Yes," answered Mr. Stormington  Barnes, "If he saw them acted as I  have seen them."���������Washington Star.  Trouble Ahead For Him.  . "I will   wait for you on the other  shore,'.' she said just before she closed  her eyes for the lust time.'  "Heryens!" he gasped. "What excuse can I make If I happen to be  late?"���������Chicago Record-Herald.  How He Managed It.  Brlggs���������You've been successful In  running au automobile. How do you  rnnnage It?  Griggs���������There's only one rule���������run It  all the time as If you were scared ta  death.���������Tfew York Life.  Illegal. ,'  Ethel���������That sixteen-year-old boy asked mc to marry him.  Edith���������And you threw him over?  Ethel���������Yes;, told him It was against  the law to catch lobsters so young.-  Judge's Library."  "I once had the acquaintance of a  witty tramp in New Haven," said  Allen TJpdegraff, the Yale poet. i. "He  told me one day of a passage at" arms  .he had just had with an old philanthropist.  "Stopping the old man, tlie* tramp  said * piteously: 5  '"Kind friend,- will you give me  the price of a loaf of bread? I have  not tasted food for two days.'       ' '  "The old man at once gave the  tramp a" nickel.--Then-her-proceeded'  on his way. But at the next corner,  he saw; the tramp come forth from a  saloon wiping his lips on his ^coat  sleeve,' and he said indignantly:  " 'You are a pretty fellow! - You  told me you hadn't tasted food for  tvyo days, and wlien I give you a  nickel you go and spend it on beer.'  "'But, boss,' said' the tramp, 'I  hadn't tasted beer for two days and  a half.' "���������Washington Star.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &.c.  !       One Deaf Man in Russia  I A man was walking up the Neglinil -  Prolese. He was deaf and could not  hear the noise of the firing. After a  time he .was wounded in the leg. He  saw the blood trickling on the snow,  and he made the sign of the cross and  lay down and folded his arms together  resigning himself, to , fate. After a  time a poodle came alongHhe street  and began sniffling at his head. This  was more than he could bear, and he  jumped'up again, and not noticing  anything particular going' on, pursued  his way quietly home.���������From Maurice  Baring's "A Year in Russia." i   '. 1*5  Worms cause feverishness, moaning 1  and rostlessness during sleep. Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator is pleasant, sure and effectual.   If your drug- ������  gist has none in stock,  get him  to'  procure'it, for yon. ��������� '  "What did you get?"  "The lady gave me a little,of everything you could mention."  "Hash?"  "No���������a pocket dictionary."���������Pittsburg Leader. /  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in  Cows. i,  Real   Equal  Suffrage  Equal suffrage   will   never amount  to anything until it gives a woman'fusion, "he's a good deal older than  A   Helping  Hand  When the foreign missionary had  concluded his talk, he made the usual  appeal for contributions, however  small. Coming up to the platform  with several others,-a small boy  mounted to the'level of tlie lecturer, ,  and  hastening tovvard'him "said:" *'  "Please, sir, I..was very much in;  terested in your lecture, and���������and���������"  "Go on, my little' man," said the  missionary encouragingly. "Yoa  want to help  in  the good  work?"  "Not exactly, sir," said the boy.  "What I want to know is, have you  any foreign stamps you don't want?"  "Do you know who that old gentleman is, talking to our hostess?" asked  Mrs. Blunderer of the lady sitting beside her.  "That," answered the lady colli/,  "ib mv son."  "Oh," gasped Mrs. Blunderer in con-  '$>  the privilege of  asking    a    man to!you are, is he not?"���������September Lip-  marry her.���������Atchison Globe. jincott's.  I  -    LAMENESS  Whether it is a fresh Bruise, Cut or Strain���������or an old Spavin, Splint,  Ringbone or Swelling���������you can cure your horse with  ' Thoa. Curtice, of Newark, N.J., bought a horse���������lamed with alack  Spavin���������for $100. He cured every sign of lameness with Kendall's  Spavin Cure���������won five races with the horse-r-then sold the animal to hk  former owner for $1,000,00.  '' Weixinoiox, N.Z^tWor. ted, '05.  "I have found your Sparta Care a rery fine remedy for    '  all iorU of lameness In hones and I am never without it."  B. J. WISBBV.  Get KendrYl's Spavin Cure���������the remedy used by two  nations for two generations.   (1. a bottle���������0 for $5.   Our  book���������"Treatise Ou The Horse"  ���������will save you many a dollar if  I'SL^K"0*1^   carefully read and acted upon.  Wnite today, for a free copy.  DR. B. J. KENDALL CO.,    V  CNoaauna Fau.b,    ���������   Vermont, U.S.A.  BBBOCfalBB  mmSMi  He Said It.  "I alwuys believe," she said, "In  speaking right out. If I have anything  on my mind I say it."  "There Is something," lie replied,  "that I have wanted for some time to  say to yju. May I be perfectly, free to  sp<:ak'out?"   ��������� 1  "Yes,"  she  urged, "moving a  llttlu  closer to him.   "Why shouldn't you?  )\Ve have knowu each other'for a loug  time, and���������and���������what was It you wish  to say?"  "If I didn't know you so ,well 1  wouldn't dure to say It. but I know you  -thai Is, you and I have been friends  for so long that I���������feel that I may  Buy"���������  "Yes. say what?" .  "The end of your switch Is sticking  up so everybody can Hee-tlint you urn  n-pnrlnj,' hull* wlik'li Is not your own."-  tibiengo KecoruVUej'ajjfr t  For outdoor work,  for every day wear,  for   walking   and  driving, Elmira Felt  Shoes are the warm-  Uadw'g est, easiest, lightest  De8*"3 and most comfort-  '/       able oi all footwear.  The trade mark, shown above,  ia on the sole of every genuine  Blniira Felt Shoe and Slipper.  1,00k for it whenever yon bay.  *n  K  MDrag2fid  Always tired���������''nerves jumping"  ������������������can't sleep-���������have no appetite  ���������dull headaches���������biting pain la  tfie back���������bearing.down pains���������  fuffincss under the eyes���������awollen  hands and feet ?  Or perhaps your sick kidneys  flhow in another form and you  .ere suffering with Rheumatism,  Sciatica, Lumbago or Neuralgia?  That's the way kidney trouble  makes you feel���������and that's why  you should take  GIN PILLS  Thejr make ������lck kidneys well, They do It  every time. That Is why we give ������uch a  g-uarautee with crery box. U, after taking;  Gin Pills, you can't say that'you art any  better, return tlie box and 7011 r dealer will  refund thij, money. 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following advertisement:���"Can anyone fnver me with the names of the
bnlloonists who, when' passing ovei
the Village -of Reid last. Thuisday
evening, dropped a bag of ballast
clown my chimney and completely
mined a fiuit tart which I was cooking "���Julia Schmidt, 14 Buty.elgntbse
Pains Disappear Before Iti���No one
need suffer pain when thev have available Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. If
not in the house when lequired it can
be piocured (it the neaicst stoie, as
all merchants keep it for sale. Rheumatism nnd all bodily pains disappeai
when it is applied, and should -they
at an'- time return, expeuence teaches
the usei of tlie oil how to deal with
Friend: "You've never been called
in consultation, have you?" Young
Doctor: "No,; but I'd like to be.
It's nice to charge ten times as much
as the other docfoi for saying that
you don't know any mote about the
case than he does-."
by local applications, as they pt"""i*j
roach tho diseased portion of the oar.
There Is only one way to cure djsal'netis,
and that U by constitutional remodh")
Deafness ia caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed vou
have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing. and whon ii is entirely closed. Deafness is the reaiJ", and unless the inflam
mation can be taken out and thiB tube
restored to Its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever: nino case" out
of ten~are caused by Oatarrh, whioh ia
nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho
mucous surfaces
Vfe will bivo Ono Hundred DollarR for
any case of Deafness (caused by Oatarrh)
that cannot bo cured by Hall's Oatarrh
Cure.  Send for circulars, free
P J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo. 0.
8old  bv Druggists.  75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ,
1 he  Userul  Wasp
Wasps prey on flies���a fact which
is well-known in Italy.' On any sum-1
'mer orvearly autumn day in the Tuscan country pints, when the luncheon
table is .blackened by flies, one may
see a wasp sail in at the open window, select a fly, loll it over, curl it
up and cany it out into the sunshine
'and soon return for-another.
Ways  of  the  Telephone    Trust,    or
Many Problems  Involved
Govoimnent ownership and operation of telephones involves manv
pioblems ol impoitance. The Bell
Telephone Company, both of the
United States and Canada,. enjoyed
a monopoly of the business during
th'e life of tho Bell' patents. The
management of the monopoly grew
rich and arrogant, conducted the
business ,m an obnoxious and inconsiderate manner and, jn general; m-
cuned the dislike of'the people. ���
s As a result, thousands i of independent telephone companies spiang into existence in the United States and
it is said that their combined service
exceeds,-that of 'the .Bell Telephone
Company. / <.r
' In Canada'the Independent movement has been much,, slower, _ but* it
has at last- bioke forth' and many 'Independent opeiating companies are
being bigarli/ed. in the t Western
Province!!, where 'whole municipalities aie being peopled in a year,-the
slow-going; "airogant" methods ,of the
'Bell Company and its refusal to give
telephone seivice to- rural communities has led to the building of Government telephone 'systems.
Even for a time after the patents
of the Bell Company    had expired,
both m Canada and the ,States,   the
Bell Company refused to sell    telephones to the Independent Companies. 'As a lesult ,of this attitude of
the Bell Company and the great Independent     or     opposition    growth,
many telephone. manufacturing companies have pi own up and prospeied
in the United States and the    Bell
Company lias been torced to change
its policy, both in the operating and
manufacturing   field.    For- years the
-Bell  Company lefused  to   give   any
fanner line or aural telephone seivice
unless tlie entile cost of construction
and installation'was advanced by the
subscnbers and a heavy yearly rental
guarantee.    Now,   wherever  competition exists, the one-time arrogant and
unmanageable Bell Company is either
installing-rural lines or offering connections for rural lines at low cost
to the faimeis and municipalities who
will install their own local lines.   '
In the manufacturing field the policy is also changed.' Not'only,is the
Bell Telephone Company'willing and
anxious, to sell ; telephones and telephone supplies to farmers and others,
but  even  goes  to* the  extreme  and
manufactures under  different  names
and denies   its  identity in order to
tool the Independents and thus get
their money   and  gain possession of
their   plans    of   development.    The
Kellogg Switchboard   &��� Supply Co.,
of Chicago, Illinois, -is a -notable illustration of this policy in the States.
Even in Canada   a   notable   change
has    most    suddenly come over Lie
once arrogant  and   stiff-necked   Bell
management,'and the Northern Electric Company of Montreal, has opened an office in Winnipeg and has an
agent hustling for Western business'.
Botli the Kellogg Company and the
Northern Electric Company   are   out
and out Bell Companies, owned and
controlled by the Bell Company, but
working/-under  separate  names   and
sepaiate management in outer to fool
tlie public. ,
Any Independent . telephone company, or Province, or Municipality,
who deals with either of the above
named Bell Companies not only encourages and aids the Bell Telephone
monopoly financially, but furnishes
to, their���.enemy and .competitor, ��� the
Bell Telephone Company,- advance
knowledge of the amount of business
that said Company or Government
intends to do. '
,,   Not  a  Popular Wish
It was a, clergyman with a caTe for
souls 'in one of the poorest' parts (of
London who went down to.'a provincial town to plettd for support for his
work. They had a large meeting for
hinOand-he made a most telling appeal,- at the close of which' up jumped
a good man and promised ��50 "as a
The clergyman was ovei joyed.' "I
'don't know your name, siri" lie cried,
"but I thank1 you. I* thank you.
May your business be doubled m the
coming year.','
Then a solemn ,hush settled down
and the -meeting, as it were, looked
<it itself.     ,
""What's1 the matter" the- cleigy-
man' .whispered .anxiously to - the
chairman.    "What's the matter?'"
"Er���well���er���that'gentleman isxan
uudeitaker."���Pearson's Weekly. 4*    .,
" Tlie lire Carefully .Prepared.���Pills
which dissipate .themselves in , the
stomach cannot be expected to have
much effect upon the intestines, and
'to overcome costiveness the medicine
administered" must "influence the 'action of these canals. Parmelee's- Vegetable Pills are so made, under the
supervision of experts, that the substance in them intended to operate^
on the intestines is retarded in action
until they pass through the,, stomach
to the bowels.
-��������� ���    "   ������'     \
Fells a,Story of Misfortunes and
Hijman Ingratitude.
Twas Rather a Lu'cky Acquaintance
For the; Dilapidated Gentleman, as
He Earns Some' Easy Money \n a
Game of Bluff. - '  ,
-, [Copyright,, 1907, by Homer SSprague.] -
j They call me the C. 0. D. man bemuse it's always cash'on delivery with*
me���that "is, I deliver my tale of misfortune and,expect the cash to follow.
This saves tmio'anu bookkeeping-and
office rent, and your cash /register
shows you what you have on hand at
any minute. I never crowd myself in
among gentlemen uuless strongly
urged, and I never atlil'iate with other
tramps when I can find ,a straw stack
for myseltr Not that I> think' I'm
worse   than  any  other -"gentleman  or
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
Why She Wanted a Divorce From
Jim, Her Hubby.
One* Monday morning some time ago
two colored women happened to be sitting next each other in a U 6treet car,
when one of them turned in surprise
and, looking her companion up and
down, said:
"Law! Ma'y Jane, is dat you? What
In de name er gracious is you all dressed up -so tine tur dis soon in de
"I'se gwine ter co't," she proudly replied.
"Gwine ,ter co't? Is you been en got
Inter a fight?"
"No, indeed. I don' neber git In no
'sputes eu quar'ls." -i
"Deu is you been cotch' tukln' anything?"
"lie cotch' takia' anything!   No, Indeed.   I don' neber lay my hau's on
nothhr don' 'b'long tor me."
"Deu what you gwine ter co't fer?"
"I'se  gwine  ter git a  divo'ce  fum
"Git a divo'ce fuin Jim! ��� Why, what
Is Jim done? Is he boat5you?"
'"Jim beat me!   No. Indeed!   Dat he
ain't."  Jim ain't neber spuck a cross
word ter rue iu liis whole ilCe."
"Den don't lie s'po't you?"
"Jim  s'po't  me!    I  reckon Jim do.
He come home de minute he gits his
waglns en lays 'em all ret in my lap.
S'po't me!   "Why, Liza, Jim would tek
his skirt ort'n his back ter gib ter rae."
"Deu iu de name er goodness, Ma'y
Jane, what Is you gwine git a divo'ce
funi Jim fer?"
"Well, Liza, I tell ,you do trufc���1
Jes' nutclierly los' my tos'e ter Jim."���
Mistiess���Bridget, do you go by the
kitchen clock or the one in the par-
lor?        '- /
Biidget (indignantly)���Faith, an'
Oi go whin it suits me, without anny
legard fer clocks.���Judge.
'   Equalization
Professor Brander Matthews, who
is at least as good a'Wit as he is a ic-
foimer, was overheatd once talking
with Mr. Carnegie.   -
"I notice, Mr. Carnegie," he said,
"that you don't limp."
"And why should I'" asked the
"Well," slowly answoied the professor, "mayBe they pull them alternately."
Minard's Liniment Cures" Diphtheria. ' ���
It was undoubtedly tiue lhat -the
stout man took up more room in the
ciowded-car than is often occupied
by one person. The exceedingly thin
man next whom he sat heavily down
gave a sound of disapproval.
~ '"They ought to chaige by weight in
these cais'," he said to his neighbor on
the' other side in so clear a tone that
the stout man could not' help hearing
"Maybe 'twould be a good idea, my
friend," he said, ^.turning a calm, dispassionate gaze on the thin man, "but
it they did you would have to walk.
The car would'never stop for you."���
Youth's Companion.
If your little one is restless and
cross it is more than likely the
trouble is due to some derangement'
of the stomach or bowels, and if
Baby's Own Tablets is given the
child, will soon be bright and cheerful, and when the mother gives her
child this medicine she has the guarantee of the government analyst that
it contains no opiate or poisonous
drug.*   Mrs. J. F. Loney, Allanford^
Ont���    says:    "I    have used Baby's _^ ^ ^	
Own Tablets    for    constipation  and|papa) \ (\0^ mother and a mouth
other ailments of children and have
found them more satisfactory than
any pther form of medicine." Sold
by medicine""dealers'or by mail at
25c a box from The Dr. Williams
Medicine Co.', Brockville, Ont.
Do not let a cold settle on your
lungs.* Kesort to Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup at the first intimation
of irritation in the throat and prevent
disease from lodging in the pulmonary*, organs. Neglected colds are the
cause of untold suffering thioughout
the country, all of which could have
been prevented by the application of
this simple but powerful medicine.
The piice, 25 cents, r brings it within
the read' ^f all.
"You sav you were in the bar at
the time of the assault referred to in
the complaint?" asked the lawyer.
"I was, sir."
"Did you take cognizance of the
barman at the time?"
"I don't know what he called it,
but I took what the rest did."���Tit-
OH Tim CHIN. '
better than any other tramp, but I
am somewhat conservative by nature.
It Is only when I am collared 'by the
police 'that I look haughty arid fall
back upon my Knickerbocker ancestry
and my blue blood, and if 1 get thirty
in the cooler rtake it out In a dignified fashion , instead of making a
I whs hanging about Philadelphia a
few weeks ago to study the graft system and make more or less a success
of my C. O. D invention when one
eveniug as I was strolling about I
meets up with a catosu young man. I
could tell that ho belonged to the
swagger set while he was yet a block
away. lie had the proper air aud his
hat on the buck of his head. I sized
him up for a young man with a rich
Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and
every form of contagious itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes
by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.
Hoax���That chorus girl in the pink
tights reminds me of a lunatic asylum.
Joax���How so?
Hoax���She's a padded sell.���Philadelphia Record.
oughs of
Especially night coughs. Nature needs a little help to quiet
the irritation, control the inflammation, check the progress
of the disease. Our advice is
��� Jive, the children Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your
doctor if this is his advice also.
He knows best. Do as he says.
Put tho Right Spirit.Into Your Work
and Keep Your Ideals High.
Put the right spirit into your work.
Treat your calling as .divine, as a call
from principle. If'the thing Itself be,
not Important, the spirit in which you
take hold of It makes all the difference
in the world to you. It can make or
mar tho man. You cannot afford
grumbling service or botched work in
your life's record. Tou cannot afford
to form a habit of half'doing things or
of doing them In the spirit of a drudge,
tor this will drag its slimy trail through
all your subsequent career, always humiliating you at the most unexpected
times. Let other people do the poor
jobs, the botched work, if they will.
Keep your standards up, your ideals
high. " ��
The attitude with which a man approaches his task bus everything to do
with the (|irality and efficiency of his
work and with Its Influence-upon his
character. What a man docs Is a part
of himself. It Is the self expression of
what he stands for. Our life work Is
nn outplcturing of our ambition, our
Ideals, our real selves. If you seo a
man's work, you seo tho man.
���No-one can respect himself or havo
that sublime faith In himself which Is
essential to all high achievements,
when he puts mean, half hearted, slipshod service Into what he docs. De
cannot got his highest self approval until he does his level best���Success.
is the best:���
Matthias Foley, Oil City, Ont.
Joseph Snow, Norway,-Me.
Charles Whooten, Mulgrave, N.S.
Rev. R. O. Armstrong, Mulgrave, N.
S. \
Pierre Landers, senr.,    Pokemouche,
N. B.
Thomas Watson, Sheffield, N.B.    -
W�� publish our farmolmi
W�� bunlih ���lootaol
���     from ourmarlUinoo
W�� urr* you to
ooniult your
If you think constipation it of trifling
consequence, |ust ask your doctor. He
will dissbuse yoa of that notion In short
order. "Correct It, at once I" ho will
say. Then ask him about Ayer's Pills. '
A mild liver pill, all vegetable. '
,*~&U*r��ui3.QiArt*9����tmrtU,is*ta*~-.   effective work.
Fires In Coal Mines.
For fighting fire In its anthracite coal
mines a chemical flro^cngine is now being used by a company in Pennsylvania.   This-engine Is built on a truck
which can run upon tracks throughout'
the mine,   When an alarm of Are Is'
sounded tlie engine Is attached to auj
electric mine  locomotive and* rushed'
to the scene of trouble at hjgh speed.
Water played upon a coal fire is almost instantly converted into steam,
which further disintegrates, forming a
gas so suffocating thut it drives away
tho men lighting the fire.   Blue flames
which shoot out 'when water strike*
the hot conl often set ablaze pockets
of gns In the ceiling.  When a chemical engine plays upon burning coal tho
heavy gases evolved cling to the floor
and smother tlio blaze by excluding
tho air. Men arc not annoyed by tho
' funics und can stay close enough to do
The candidate for- initiation into
the Illustrious 'Order of Whang-
doodles had been tossed into a blanket, subjected to a hair cut with a
pair of sheep shears, compelled to
walk on a gravel path twith his bare
feet, f and the performance wound up.
with' his sliding down an inclined
plane and splashing into a tank of
ice water at the foot.
Then he^was stood up before a high
dignitary, who thus addressed him:
"Stranger, you have safely passed
the ordeal of introduction into this
ancient and honorable order, and we
hail you as a tried and well-beloved
brother "
"Brother!" sputtered the shivering
wretch, his voice trembling with indignation. "Darn yer picture, if you
tieat a brother .this way I'd like to
know what you'd do to some feller
you had it in for!"���Chicago Tribune.
all hard, floft or oallousod lumps and
blemishes from horses, blood spavin,
curbs, splints, ringbone, sweonoy, stifles,
sprains, noro and swollen throat, coughs,
etc. Savo S5Q .by use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure
ever known.       '
(in  Southern Style.
In the course of an address extolling
the virtues of tho medical profession
Dr. L.��B. McBrayor of Ashevlllc, N. C,
used the following characteristic southern language:
"Could I borrow from tho sun his
cheery smile, from tho moon her golden beams of light, from the southern
zephyrs their softness, from the roso
its 'ft'itgrimoe, from the rainbow Its co-
lerstlal beauty, from the bubbling brook
its laughter nnd song, from tlio sea Its
awe und woutler, from tbe valley Its
oorunlty and from tiro mountains their
rruijcsty and put these down upon n
for quail on toast and dry champagne,
In doing business with the public I
-have a. little story, to relate. Tho story-
is accompanied by a proper air of
bope lost forever, and it includes thirteen separate and distinct misfortunes
and a chunk of human ingratitude as
big as a house. A very few persons
hear the story and swear. The great
majority either preserve a respectful
silence and tender me a nickel at its
conclusion or weepocopiously and tender me advice aboiU getting tpo near
the cage of the Bengal tiger when visiting the zoo. I might not have tackled
the catosb young man but for his perturbed look. I saw that there bad been
an epoch of some sort in his rosy life,
and I struck an attitude and began"
chapter 1 of my serial. I hadn't got
off ten lines when he interrupted with:
"Stow it, cully. Where were you
born?"   ,   ���
Born In the Lap of Luxury)
"In,the lap of luxury," says I, "but
at the early age of ten a trust squeezed
my old man out of his tannery 'and
threw me on a cold world."
"Where's your palace car?"
"Switched off and left behind."
"And your valet V"
"Dropped dead the other day of heart
disease when 1 handed him a quarter,
and I'm afraid jl can't fill his place."
"I should say your allowance wasn't
over $300'a month," he goes on as he
looks at the patches on my knees.
"It's a trifle under that just at present," says 1, "but I'm standing in^with
a contractor to "'steal the curbstones on
ten different streets, and I may be
able to buy a third auto a month
hence." i
"Look here, enfiy." says the catosh
young man as he drops his banter aud
grows serious and breathes champagne
all over the block, "I think I know a
dilapidated gentleman when I see one."
"D. G. (dilapidated gentleman) hits
me to a dot���some dilapidation, some
gentleman. The two make a fair combine. Go' ahead." -
"And you've got bleeps?"
"Feel nnd see. Reaching out for
nickels for tlie last fifteen yenrs has
given*me the muscles of a Snndow.
Ilcuchlng Is tbe best thing In tlie world
for shoulder exercise, even if you don't
get anything."
"Aud being a dilapidated gentleman
with biceps you ought to know how to
put up your dukes?"
In reply 1 put 'em up and tapped hlra
one, two, three,'lightly on the chin,
but at the same time kept an eye on
a policeman across tho street.      '
"Bewtiful." says the catosh young
man ns I drops my hands. "T belong
to n S. ,S. S. (swagger swell set) club
down here, and u galoot with a lisp' Iu
his mouth aud not brains enough in
his lictul to fill a thimble smashed rau
In the nose with the gloves half an
nour ago and will crow over It for a
week.    I   want revenge,  but I dcx
""EBMy, if you -only could���if' you
only could! There's; a dozen husky
scrappers there, tonight, and -if you
bluff 'em it's fifteen plunks in your Inside pocket."
Given Five on Account.
He gave me five on account and took
me down and dodged me' into the,
dressing room 'of. the club. He was!
chuckling with anticipation, and,as he
seemed to be a.^square young man I
determined to'-do my best for him.
When I 'was ready to go before the
audience',he Introduced me' ias his
cousin and asked them to go light on
me" on account'of my lungs being affected. I had on a pair of eyeglasses,
with my long hair brushed back over,
my marble ears, and all took me for a
professor. They picked -out the champion scrapper of the club td wallop,
me, and when he gets into the ring be'
."Excuse me,,, professor* but you've
got your glasses on."
"Of course," says I.
-   "But that ain't regular.   If I smash
your glasses I may 'ruin your eyes forever." '       *' ��� , i,  '
"I'm nigb sighted and always box
with my winkers on. You go right
ahead and ruin'my eyes' forever and I
shan't make any kick."
."I'll be hanged If I do," says he after
looking me over for a minute, and he
crawls under the ropes and gets out.
Then they got In another chap, but
he had only drawn one glove on when,
he looks over at rae and 'sees me reading the evening paper as I sits cross
legged In my corner, and a panic takes,
him, and be calls out:
"Not any for Joe! I knows a tidal
wave when, I sees it, and I don't
hanker after^six months in the hospital!"    ' ,-
Then the catosh j'oung man who had
picked me up offers $20, $30 and as
high as $30 to anybody to stand before
me for three rounds, but tbe fellows
.shook'their heads-and said they would'
wait for something easy. It was the
eyeglasses, you see���a regular ice cold
'bluff���and they swallowed it down and
had goose flesh all over 'em.
("Being this crowd don't seem to
want anything in particular of my
Cousin Sam," says young catosh after
awhile, "and being my Cousin Sam has
three1 or four important engagements
on hand, I will withdraw him till some
of you think you can box a bit"--,
' And as I was resuming my apparel
he slips me the ten other plunks and
pats me on the back and says:
"D. G. (dilapidated gentleman), if I
wasn't my pupa's favorite son and my
mamma's joy I'd hitch up with you,
and we'd travel together and bluff the
whole United States and have barrels
of fun. As it is, I'm stuck here and
have got to play the blue blooded game
out. Take your .sugar and go forth
with my blessing" hitched behind you,
and may you And straw stacks at every crossroad and turnips at every
mile." M. QUAD.
,    A Graceful Withdrawal.
"Do you know who that old gentleman Is talking to our hostess?" asked
Mrs. Blunderer of the lady sitting beside her.
^'^Tha_t," answered the lady .coldly, "is
my son".'"'"      "*~   '""     "*",
"Oh!"^gasped Mrs. Blunderer in confusion, "he's a good5 deal older than
you are, is he not?"���Lippincott's.
Tfoat !s' 'perifeotiy Biaps-nBess;
because ,11: Is absoiuteiy pais*��
. ,'1'-'/ 'y/.'/^t ti.
A Perfect Luxury To Japain Tea Drinkers';
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The Saber Toothed Tiger Was-a Kor-
' midable Creature. , , ,,
;,Tlie most remarkable of all sthe extinct feline animals are ���those known
to naturalists as the saber, toothed
vats or tigers, a group comprising the,
greater part of nil the'jfossil forms,
/hey dateJi'iickito'tbe'earliest times of
.vhieli we know anything about the
'.anilly in* North America'and reach
lown to the time of man himself.' A
arge aud powerful species described
I'rom the Indian Territory by Cope
Ivcd * contemporaneously with the
laiiy mammoth, us evidenced by the
oinmingliug of their skeletons. , There
.un be little or no question' but "that
rlie hairy mammoth was contemporaneous with man In North America
as well as in "Europe, Its geological
range Is from the close of the eocene
to the latter pa'rt of the pleistocene.
The chjpf peculiarity of the animal
'Is-the extraordinary elongated canine
teeth. Tlie tall is of unusual length
and the legs'are short.' Thes,animal
measures about seven feet in "length
aside from tlie tail. The lower jaws
have'a downward projection-^ front!
due to a flangelike widening of the
jawbones, which doubtless served as a
protection to the teeth, preventing their
injury or loss. In some of the larger
forms from South America this flange
was /not present, while the caulne
teeth wore even more elongated than
is the case with this species, attaining
.i length of over six inches and protruding far below the jaws when
closed. ' .
'"    ,    Mistook .Bear'For,Dog.'/*',\"'/-/'','' /.'
''William Coons, a' Kinmount' mani'.,'_ '
had an exciting experience-one; even-'",   "��� '<
ing 'recently 'On his way 'home from., -^
Bobcaygeon, where be had'paddled in,-., ''���
a 'canoe. ^ "While crossing'.Little Bob  ,, ,;;,
" Lake in "the dusk' he "encountered a'/ /,. -
black bear .swimming  in v-,the _water, '��� - .'
and for a -time it looked as.'if the bear    �����.
was going, to come'out the victor \ii',.'-<*
the encounter. , Coons at first thought   ',/
when within" a, shoi t 'distance/.'of the    -/,'���
bear that the animal was/a dog and /���.
struck at it with his 'paddle.  'If was ,   ,
then the discovery^ was "made 'that' it';')   ,_'
\wa8 a bear, and ,with one stroke of ..his \ ���  ''
paw the canoe was'upset and'the-rnan   ,*/
and bear were smuggling iii the-\vater.< '-
The  attack  had  evidently  infuriated1    .
the -animal. Jor 'he fought  viciously -
and when Mr. Coons-at last i-eached ,^ .,
shore, after having been, in the water  " t
about half an hour, it was' with a suit . '  t
of badly torn clothes and a body with , ���" ���
many  scratches  made  by  the  bear's    '
claw's.   Ooons declares that his escape   ,, r
was nothing short of miraculous  an-i,      <
states that "at one timp hV had ciypn "���   ,\
up hope of over renown" ^tii-,. alive. u     ,J
':��� v��
Perhaps-a  Freeze  Out.
"Did you see where some railroads
are planning a 'refrigerator combination?"
"That will mean a cold deal for
somebody."���Baltimore American.
Bad For the Plate.
India's   Tree   Bordered   Highway   1,200
Miles In Length.
The road I h��ve In my mind is In
India and stretches 1.200 miles from1
Lahore to Calcutta. It is the famous
Grand Trunk road. Let me explain its
nature, though one cannot do so by
comparison, tor there is no road of Ave
miles in England that, is anything like
it. It is level. Indeed, there is not
above a mile the whole distance where
even a lady need dismount to walk.
The material with which it is made is
called kunker, and If you care to turn
that word iuto concrete you have an
idea of what it is like. It is exceedingly hard and as smooth as a piepared
pavement. There Is nq dust- Wheu I
.irst got on this road and enjoyed the
.usury of easy traveling I said, "This
is magnificent, but in a little t\mex I
suppose it will become gritty and uneven." I went 50. 100 miles, 200 miles.
���JOO, GOO, 700 miles, aud it was always
he same, with not even a small stoue
���> give a jog. Nearly tbe whole of the
���ay is lin��d with it double row of ina-
estic trees.
With two friends I rode across India
'luring the hottest time of the year, in
Vpril and May. and was never ser'ious-
'y inconvenienced by the heat, for at a
pace of fifteen miles an hour one could
���reate'a draft���Chambers' Journal.
Such a ceding if canly put up. aud costs no mora
lhaa the common kinds.   Learn the (acts about
More than 2.000 designs, suitable forerery use.
Side-walls ia equal vadetr to match. , Let us
���end you a hook that tells the who'e story of
the ceiling that shows no seams.'  Address���   IU '
The PEDLAR People <?$
Oattawa, Btontreal Ottawa Toronto London Winnipeg
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Photographer���Not quite such a sunny smile,- please, or you'll fog tbe plate,
Is It true, what preachers tell us.
Will it happen as we hear.
That we cannot take our money
When Wc leave this mortal sphere?
Is it true, vrhen sone to glory,
Of our earthly shekels stripped,
Wo will dress In flowing garments
Of a fashion nondescript?
Now, I do not ask for millions.
Like tho plutocratic soul.
But I weep for Joys denied me
While tho endless ages roll.
Think whnt happiness would thrill nt>
In tho regions of the blest
If we always found a quarter
' * In tho previous season's vest!
-McLandburgli   Wilson   In   New
��. Roadside Wit    v '
He who matched wits with the author of "The Ancient Mariner" had 'm-
deed a lively task before him, for Coleridge was never caught napping. Tho
'poet was so awkward a horseman that
his riding often attracted comment of
anything but a complimentary nature.
One day he was riding along the turnpike road In the county of Durham
when a wag who met him fastened
upon him as an excellent subject for
sport. Consequp"' ������- he drew rein and
said in an imp*        -tit drawl:    ��
"My graceful luoud, did you happen
to meet a tailor on the road?"
"I'm Inclined to think I did," said
Coleridge meditatively. "1 was not
sure at the moment, but he said something about my meetlDg a goose farther along the road."
The wag put spurs to his horse, and
the poet jogged calmly on his way.
> All our garments are made for hard
wear. Strong where strength is necessary and perfectly finishad.
take to tne gloves somehow. I can't
j[('t the swing of 'em. If you'll come
iowu and knock that ninny's eyebrows off I'll cough up a V. I can
ruu you In all right, und I want you
to souk tilrn. You needn't quite kill
dim. but jar his teeth out at least."
"It's five to souk the clitip with the
lisp." snys I after thinking the thing
over, "but how much to bluff tho
whole club down into their boots?"
piece of azure blue sky, with comets     "Can you do ,lt, man-can you do it
for commas nnd planets for periods, I   for sure?" ho eagerly, exclaimed as a
might then pulut for you  what the I beautiful smile came to his phiz,
practice  of   medicine   Is  llkc."-New r   "I think I can,  At least I am willing
York Pros*. I to irv."
Dainty Dinner Adjuncts.
Light dishes served In inexpensiv��
lmitatlon Dresden china (which can bo
bought now at many of the stores on
bargain counters) will'go far to make
the table attractive. ,
Into the finger bowls drop a Bprig
of lemon verbena. You will find that
each guest will carry awny n sprig
of It on account of its delicious perfume, which lasts for days if the sprig
is placed in water. '
Shaddocks are better than clams for
n luncheon, with cracked ice and powdered sugar filling In the hollow where
the seeds were taken out.
Place four or five maraschino cher-
rioi around tbe edge. Rum often is
served with these In a small decanter,
so that each person may flavor tito
fruit according to Individual taste.
Past Salaries of Actors.
A. number of autograph letters of
Edmund Keau supply some Interesting
Information about the salaries of actors'
early In the nineteenth century. One
relates to an offer by Mr. Ellison offering Kean ��3 a week as acting manager; of "the new theater In Wych
street" Later this rose to ��25 a month.
In 1826 Kean was offered $12,000 a
year to go to America. In the prime
of his popularity he received ��200 for
n week In Edinburgh and apparently
reached the highest point when Mr.
Bunn wrote from the Theater Royal,
Dublin, on Feb. 8, 1S20, and offered
him ��50 a night to play in Dublin and
Cork.���Liverpool Mercury.
Home Influences.
Each one of us is bound to make tbe
little circle In which he lives better
and happier; each one of us Is bound
to sec that out of that small circle the
widest good may Mow; each of us may
have fixed in his mind the thought
that out of a single household may
.low Influences which shall stimulate
lie whole commonwealth and the
vltole chillzed world.���Dean Stanley.
7-PI.ECE WATER SET, $10.00    .
"pHE above cut glass Water
Set, composed of one jug
and six tumblers, which sells at
$10.00 is exceptional value!
"TTHE design is one of our
latest, while the cutting
and finiih is unexcelled.
pVERY   piece   bears  the
stamp "Ryrie," which is '
the  best  guarantee  of   both
quality and workmanship.
Band for our Catalogue.
A Compromise.
Wedderly���>Iy wife nnd I went
downtown to select n new rug for our
parlor this morning. She liked one
pattern and I liked another.
Singleton���Whut did you do about
Wedderly���Oh, we compromised od
the one alio liked.
Hit the baby and (jet a soe-garl
Swing the sledge, see bow strong you are!
Only a dime, Just walk" right In;
In fifteen minutes the show will begin!
This way, ladlc3, the hiiman'seal���    y
A genuine mcrmnld, she cannot fool
The ley wntrr; she lives In snow
Way up In the land of the Eskimo.
Hero he Is���ho eats "em alive!     /
Try Hnucrkraut enndy to mnk�� you thrive.
Ten cents,  and you'll get  your money'!
Tho largest fat woman on the earth.
Tlio India rubber man Is hero.
A better show than wo had last year.
Oh, for tho fair, whero tho fakirs sound
Their din o'er the tune of tho merry-go-
. ��        ���Baltimore
Ryrie Bros.
134-13S Yonge Si.
Rvory packet
will kill
mora flloa than |
300 ehaota
of sticky paper I
| We. par pocket, or 8 pevekota for Jflc ]
will Uurt m. whola aetuon.,
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From France, Hoi la. t id und Japan.
For fiVil plan ling. Reliable varm-
|.ii-$5 :it, ru.'isontitiiejjpi'iccs. Kerliliz-
crs, Boo Supplies. Rpi-p,y 1'mnpn,
Spi'iiying Miiloriiil, Cut Flowers,
r.re. OUicft established nursery on
the iiiuiubiud of V.. C. Cf/iislogim
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=1 I.s published ev ty Thuisday .'tt Oieon-
- "v,-oo'l, H C , and the price is ��>: a year,,
j , ���>ost<igi''l'u*'j "to all pji Is of Canada, United'
a | Suites, Mexico and Oie.tt Britain, ' To
11 other couutrii's it is scut postpaid for
Address all  letters to The
s   De.iV-r in
i    Windows, Doors,
| (,     Turned Work and
| ' , J aside Finish.
f SllINT.i,KS,l5i!{{)K'. KTC.
Pitch.   T-u*     Are von  build.-r^
ing? li'^ytir  (in'mot  alTorrl | ^  ^/Ofld      RV-C    Pl^lCi'
m over-loo!-: ll.e ['tot taint niiKer] j s ���        ,_.l|r,..,p   ^.J*
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v;i>-*^    ft]
ii��nl-ei*- will decoy i.ud let
down ihe Mill remaining poor I
</ood par', of ;>our- buildim;. '
"While si root' coveied v.'it.h oui \
I'aim ndd- life H[ipe:ii;:*ice i
Mini value to a building, rid"
r.ur* :ts"ni. I?. W. Bishop.1
(ireenw ��<;(!, ft. ('.
Nelson*Coke and Gas Co.'Ltd,
|| R. T. LOWERY,      ,
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A ii*i:ioi; i.s no obnfeiicle to �� bird.
Thk   busies-l. men , do  thf   iictit
"i"t*ie.j     coioU'I'-'h'*   ' from     li''f<'ni
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lnin.v.-i-. iiti-,'ii��as
trtin L'".*-"-,  or  '.:
.i li-f or :-.t:r\"
(I In i.'jy mono
(Vicat We-it.    A
t;las- cf .Uj'ii' pttiii t;;vt*j true with
spiri''- lii.-n!'.
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"���'lie-   Furniture   iVI��jr!
��� Gr-'and For'ks
I and   Phoanix
! Jewi'ler and Opticiitn, dealer in
j Fine, W.'tle.lifs, IHyli-Cl..*--!1 Jewelry,
, DiiiiiioixHi, etc.
1/ wj-x^iu u?u��j^vLi��*ma
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��� 1 1 ! '���,   el voi .i ..in!  (itivtriitueiit
i'Oiii!"ctioo at. rtp'-kane for
St-ifii*  to  :nul   Iroui   Gr-e..*nwood
rait-;-, i,i-;.ins al- Miriwav*;
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11 1   KJ a. *      'i U t���* i    -J. i "-.j '
!-, :>f.\*.   prep;;:'!--!  to  uiakf
all kind-; of Iron, I'r-i^-i or i
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Geo. JVI. Holt,   manager. ^>
AHtiurtpr.     Hot?! \ ,-B,,w���Afl Bxn:BSI0S S
Tl'is ample aecommod."tiwt for i
liir^f niiiiilu-r of priests, rici-nr)'
j>ui;in.-> an<! a <}ih.(] TaMe. Sun
rlay DuiueiHii Kpecinlty.
iii;.-,   Aha Hr.rjNAiJi*.
3Iontr-eal. Toronto and all %,
^  points   went,  thert'ol' in   Ui?- J*
^ tario and   (iiifbtc.    Quebec, ^
��: Ht. John. Halifax and   other P
���Nelson. 15. C. i�� rial on ti't;	
trie Ai: '-ricm .i.nl )!urOj,0i'.'i
pljiti.    Xotl.iiijr yt-llov. tibti:*-
t!i�� hoi.i-s i-scej t.'ht.- gold in
t'-e salt;.
Province    Cities,  P
Kl  rales on application
M-c-.Ioije    &   Tncqi I Uis;|
The Windsor Hotel
rl icketH on  f=aie  daily Doo. \
1-jt to Dee.   ."lht, ^r-onnd  triji ^-
Ihsr.   clas*;--.      Three   months A
limit. ^
' Old Country RatPi?,* Hali-J
fax, St. John or Portland and $
return      , ' \
of Gravrt  Fo-ks,   Ii,  C,  caleis.t>j,^��
luisior'./'incchiDiicsanilsiiicltei nicn   v
Return  Ocean  i'ares:  Sa-
SLOA.K   IyTan.aK8r:^"l"oii,  SIO-I 50'; Second. S7(! ;
^r.��� mam^Lr.���J.-*d Stepnifre,   S")5,   ami   tip   ac-
1/A Oi   r~\      I  I ATPi   . J> cording to btcamer.
K/aoLO .HO I tL <>
Ts  a  comfortable  home  for ail \&
who travel to that citw
Hotel Ladysmith
For particulars  call  on local
iigents or address
.}. MO'.:, n. r��. a., Nctsun.
ii. .1, COll.,!'., A. (;. t'. A.
\Vb grow -stronger as  our ability
grows to say TsTo.    _    ' >'
1:< solo, as in iYffc, the widow it-
iin uncei-lain (piantity.
Yoi'ii iieighbofH  as  a  rule give
von the wo'i-hI ch:'r;rc.rer.
Thk in.--anity within us wi* cannot see, but our neighbor- win.
'I'm; black hand we hear-fi much
about- t,u*:-(> days- K-us-t be nil elivbs.
A.v elevator boy has more up--
and (lowi-m in J.i^ life than anymu-
Pi- will make, you weak, to de-
pt;n<l  100 rmieh upon the advjee of
ot Iters.    -
1 ���
No Mxteeir-.itory buildings have
ben erected thi.s monl-h jn Arnn-
TiMiiri miiGn be gettrng.ajuict 111
Vancouver. A deer wiih t?een the
other d/iy rnrinri'g,around onri of
lbo suburbs of tb;u e.ity. Hcing 51-
Ifgal to shoot nnvthing within the
eit.y liujits, except burglars, tlie
deer brows-'ed ii while, upon rhe ival
estate rjigiiH iwirl tln'ii  discippein'e'd.
IIauii times are.caused by too
much work. , If we had two Bun-
dn>n instead of ono the work would
lai-ih loiigfrr. , Uolh hibor and capital *ir�� too -fU-eedy, and want the
earth* If they got, it what would
they do wii.h it? They could not
pack it very hv, es-pecially after*
death. \
Moiii-: man red people t.linn single
CQinniit Riiicide. .i'rolvibly they do
not- mate with their aliVniUeb. and
i-he-lack of hanuony makes tboiti
cro-^s the jjreat divide ahead -ot
Lime. TliiH is aiiothet- reiihotr \\h)
We should marry our- 'aHinit.\, al-
though, especially iu Aiiier-ieis.
peoph' .ire. so busy they cannot tell
an afruiff.y when they see one.
Tin; Kiiis-er of Germany changes
his clothes seven tirriua a tiny, aud
iu* wife, had fixty dresses-wheir
������he went on a visit to the iuva.lty
of I'aiglaud. For rftyle this. lu*a^
Miylliing we. can prodiit'C in th"
ijo'nud.u-y, f-.oi'ne of ua hitving i<>
-,tay in bed wl-ino our washing* i.-
i,n't,he line. Tbe. poor inonaichj
have trouble-, of their own, even if
iriitutiiio from dunning tailor*-..
Id*' the piotective fiirill'' upon
mining machinery, dyuairule and
many othiji* nrtiiclcs wa*- itholishcd
it would mean ;i great t!ea! for llrit--
10I1 Coin 111 bi.'it This jirovince. is
b'eav'tly taxed and handicapped by
the customs ihitit**-. thirt are exacted in order to assist  the   iminu-
to thirty-fivo cenl.'' a orU?, more
than l.hoaoof Valiforniii. ���' The Or.-
goivToknys jv/o-'l.ighcr "colored aoil
havev a bottrtr' flnvor. Vv'V1' r��;i
disjilay in life 'Port-laml in.'u-ker.,
they look as fresh ��s if just pi'-ked
IVot'ri the vine, and - will retwiii bh.</��
appear-iince-foi" many days, while
'the C.ilitotnia Tok^yn art*' pale in
color���tho result of irrigation, and
have to-bo sold quickly rcgardles?
of price.   ' ���      ' ,   .     ''
SVcro tbe whole of Poulb'ern Or'i-
guii .p!arit,-*d   to   Tokay   grapes,   ;r.
'would be  irnpoi-sible  to  /luod'lbe
inarlfeb, its rhe demand- would
mining and   Imsine^a men   aie, going into thi-'* indit--''i\..
h--   the   beari   on    Wall   street   f-n-tiirar.s.of Eiisleni Cmada. Ye:----
would '-hole up" we might hr-vo a   -i<;o the main plank of the Libera!*
busv winter',
Poiric and beans an* soinelinK-,-
un-ntl. Th-n' have been known to
cur" li'ingor.  .
The niruict.T.ry cyclone died doiVn
ro. i>, whimper when it blew over
N!;xT--Y\re.dnesday th" world will
-moke and drink les.-, than upon
���nioy the? clay iu tin* year.
; x reply to ii coi-re<-pc)p.dent we
v. ill sti)"that Tommy Din.n-5 i.'. not
i> pi-ei." Jh- is ;:�� orriDr.
Tin; minei arid Mueller.-in the
boundary should pay morc-taxc-
to the p.-ovincial goYersirnent.
Was free I'-ade, but now tbat-they
trc in ollice rhirf'seems lo 'be for-
'otten. -  ���
il\f>  rime oK the  }ear
loughts  of  the  honest
JLI!I��    IS
when the
man tur:�� towaidstbe printer.
Wmr k in Japan "Lt-uiicuxshould
sec that the little bi-ov/tiies are noi
.-en', ii.to Canada in the. mail sack--.
P;:oi'i.K shoubl, nji'.-f-r e.U, eithc
in heriJlh ft*!' in siok'r-e-3.. wher/lh";,
ha\�� no natural Imiigt'i'. Thei'C i.-
���1, wonderful diHVri--.ic * ��� b'lueeri
tiunsre." av.d -ppe.nte. Appe'itc i.-
inducfd, ju-r ::- :-oVe\ aeipr-re the
craving for alcoholic drinks. Tin
drunkard It.is ai* iv'.'-ti'l armelit'i for
i)oo/e. but i- ii* n-ilufa! ? The tl;.s-
oept'C ii.i-- a.1 .*<-".lii! ci.'ving tor
fo-al, i'-iiH i-- ,i*. -fi-ich iiis--"'ii��' tl ;;-
t-he dru.ikait!. Moiv*. y-i ople are
poi-onid by t'Miing l-^o mm1'1 looo
rhan 1m ili.ii'"iti" t *.'i   inui.-li   b:;rw.e.
h:i\c for
The ci-iiviit��  th.it  por-.i.-l.'
!e-i,, ittltc, .'
lants in i-i-.i-
i;i". "Th'�� v
rj.ioi- nut! or!*, >i- Hlimn
���0 by irrsp'-o'ieY IV *d
.:iti   in   ti' rrtiiil   c.ondi
rion   need.-.   :c>   l.r.iccr**.
no'ircn.-t1 to think I Sim.
iri-.! v   !ivi- "r*1"-   .l---v.;
./���r i-.i.).v'--,i?,-";^-.',,-;rJ
1   \  -     **���  I'' "'J
*'���-!     \/0!rJi'\!"lr\
-,  Wo. nil have our untie;)-*' regarrlicig coiTrip7"��i"nrl'it's r��.t eusv tb
.,    ��� ��� 1,       " '���/,'' "i"
.product-* a. blend that will suit everybody.;  Tbil VVE 'I'-em 1,
S Mwe lurch a blend.    It's a IT Coffee,, turd all Good Coffee.. , If yC-'.
ii * * - ''     1   " ��� -     -
ftj don't like it you'll be the. lirsfcono. Try it. J'ut upin^-lbpacki'tg',
V ' " '. 1   - - '      * . - t '
iucu'tly many of  th/ Grants P.i-h  ^^tS^ r^^^^r^^T^-^^C^p^^T^r^is?^5^^3^^*^*
xiiuiiifr and   imsme^ men   aie go-    ^^L->i*-^^^
mg into thi-'* indit--.i\.. ;.     ,   j  \f'f,       \J..,)  ,     v ,, .    '     ��� n
" A v/oi-lnriiin iu this climate novel 1 ,(>/]     /(��<# AAMfin^A A/fi'
sfopn to wm-m^irf. han>. is  nevnr    M '    !/i 1     (!f ISX    |\\l\J?(V\)tvN}l(
cxliuusterUyhei nor  pro-trawl t A.B/   VOJU. \>VSUli fV WlJ
by  sunstroke.    Tic is  never list
ieW'for liiek of'sleep or- weak from
e,ep or weaK fi'orn
loss ,or' iipjrc-tit", iltie Ho oiini'Mic
cotidilijons. Climate, soil, crops,
and market" ''contribute tovvauls
miccc-mS in a iii'M-kcdi (lc;;i'ec, a"nd
the man'who has a. lilthi vuii:y<n'tl
here iv- insured of a comfortable
liveli1 jod and iv degree of ii dope: '.t.'iK't'seldom po*--ibU-, ,i 1 <���,,!���������:���
<��i .*ii,*t|i'ins, while laying iu . 1 .tore
ot irr;;lut tor b.imsclf aid *airnly
[.JniTi . - of ii val.ic nol to tie c.ilcu-
lufe.il iii i'0:l-irs and cents
Nn cbi.'iM'y in the world excels
tin-; valiej 1 or nppl���-.-', pears, i)liuii'-;
peiiein-,.-, ijfij.iiiuie,.-. and nil kin H
oi berries. .��� uuu'be.'rios and ra��p-
bcrrie; in-. - cnutiiuioiis-lj' for live
month's in,;h." year*. lOnglisb'wrd-
r-.uts an(}^igri'*iinaiii ti.bigh &t:Ue of
1 perfection.1 Our-' pears bring the
bight--.fi prico orr the Xow ,Yi*rk
market;.' Our apples shipped across
ihe. water:) are s-pld at fancy |)rices.
Aifalfa, clover,' timothy, and .'ill
sru'iU grains grow in abundatic.'
VI1 varieties' of vegetables" at*
;-aibcd and are in gr-eftt dernaiid by
the mining and ltiinlmnng camps
of the viillVy.
/.kock-tajs-iiig is veiy nr-otiiable.
Verv little m-ovisioi
i'..i.it. r-.ad
>. is rteee^iarj
tuf the, prott-etion .of i.tnck in wia-
lor and wirh the ejccejilion of a ft-v.
week-, lierds leed on the.-extensive
i-finges w'ithout cost.
()in; of tlte gfu'tS I sources of
wealth in thin hfcetio:!. which is yei
,i)r;icticilly' undevjl'ipcd, is 111"
liir^c foreslp ol pine jtml iii'. The
sugar pine is of a pr.rliciilarly high
grade and it.. is rr.it unJomnion'to
see trees from four-lo ten ieel in
thai.u c-t : from lifty lo two, linnd-
anti li fry' feet- to tbe. lirat lirn!>;
from two Juuidr"d to ih-.ee Hundred feet bit;h. n.i'.d will'cut 4'roui
twenty U^ Jifty thous'iud feet per
i-i all 1 tree.
If you were in  Cb'auis I'asf torn u witdd *-t (.M-ht'^un .-"Isininir,
pCi'ph' (!1C '
iv Vancouver-an editor- recenth    '��-�������"'��.   -'" . "!        " -V,   "'-
-';���   .\      \rt      r I   ,il !,'.,.��        V),    i;U*V     v','t>    -"Uib-l'iid,  IfOJC    ��-J>l".'p:.V
oai(   SlSO.OOO- for a  building.    JNo        - ;,.,..���,'.<.   vv;,l, , it frind
^ ,      ,    .. 1 ���. .    i��� - ���,v(--a|w.    li.iS la-atUU .-IX lJiOUliib   Willi illu IOtl'J
one asked  mm  where he got ihe . ,,   v,
u 11(1  -woinfU   every   ��i<i;,.     �����   >nc
A doctor in  Ibinolf; f'.-tt c! '.!! d;t\*-,- i-os.-^in   bloom, ripe  .-ti-vwix-rnes
iuid at the  end   ot  ik.1.:. vimo w.i/.-
j-.tsl-  ;i*  strong  as when   he com-
mec.CLd,   ",-,iiiJeNi��.   H-',sz;1 ;- >;onng
Is , its struggle for existence the
church has been "purilied and :ii-
most redeemed. There is still
w ork to do.
Xi;w  Youk   has  no  money foi
charity, but plenty   for  wine, low--
ncckcii    (Irci-bes,    diunionds'   and
automobiles. ���    ^
TIavi:mi:vi:k, w;ho died recently.
w;is worth-over a hundred millions.
In his ciise sugar was worth more .
than vinegar.
people f.'.oultl  r-tudy  m���*���;(���   t<'>w 10
111   the.' gardens * ar^d   g-rapt-s   \i5t
hanging on the. vines. ���   ���
* J sincoreiy hope that 1 havo not
exh.vi^ted ymr p-itience v.itii this
long letter, but t.nt!:u.-Ki-:u is my
excuse.^ it wotilt-* be tt, pleasure to
answer any hut'tcr  inqiiine-i from
Su��� >plt^d' olecti.ficity for' Rower, fji-��hfc,-He��itino;
:ukI V'enti'lation.,-'Pd'wci* P'omislic'cl, to mines
l'or lioistiiift1 taicl'air-compressor.plants vvith a.
1\ ^   .fjuarnn-Loo thtit'.Kiio porvico will be conl.innons
> ;>J ��� GeK our rtttos )��efore coiapleiing' your estimatcid
t 1- - ,    , ,, ���~ ���* ���- ��� ���
$&36zcaQC<��$a&&Q33$2&Sa 3 '���W-5Cn2;''3';��A-A.^>.5-'WC>-^S*^��3-?
0 %
in 1
*    ".   .      ' Doners m .
2-d f-'irssh,'and Salt'Meats, pish and Poalivy
rtx~si^r<jx-rAji v^
} I? Shops in ilearl-*y-all the (owns oi" ilonndury tmd
-./ % ,      '      the ���Kbof'eniiy. ���
c. O    '        - "   ���
fa . t'-T*��        ,�� ^  'A     WZ*.        ' \i . ��
fri oppo<-i+^ tlie Oreat-rtrorth*>m d'epoi, and \s a deligii
haven f.ir_tfcc weary tra-vnler. (imifc veins ofhot'wi.
run thi-onah the c-utit-e house,, and hjiT,hroom.�� jM'ft'Kiw
;:5. the <c,-vice of lljo.^. in !-i,iiv-li i.J iiialprial eleanlin
'Khe dining room its au 'enemy to dy-pepsia,". while
.���srtii-tio -.-.ppoini'meirt of the iiqnid refreshment rooiu-riiii
\l\n; dunks go down .lil--e f?ti'ig fruit; in 11 Honr-.giiri
' The wunple rooruH 'nro the Jjh-~pkj-. Id ih�� mountain'^ i
ft. ple;iL-i!re to drinisnier-j with big trunks.
���    ,JAS. MAJB3HALL, Pr.
.Wa 5"<"^3 ���
;vt?.: vrS'S *:<J-&Siwt
live* healthy  live?-there  would P,i*; j-our-iclf or-  fnt-ivb..    Voisi--*   ^Cl'y.
few   comp'.'i'it."   ahonfc   rh'1    higir | miiy. Viviax ^rcCAirniv.
price of provisions,     [r.  in  -jfe   to!	
Sdy that.tlie pctjj/lt-t of 0-.riii(j.i uiion 1   *   - ConiiilsrCJ.
a who!'* e'i liitve tir.ies  too   much       ���,,', . * ,    ,    .,  .
.     .      ,.   ,        ,        --,   ,       4.   ,  , i-    \\ :rcn  vou   enter a   bhop. shite
roou. / If lirev  leiirned   how t*r Ciit ���.    .       ,   ���, ��� . ��� ^      ���*.'     .,, _
, 1 I  1- ���   1 i   . , jvistj   v. jiiit vou   w:uu.     i1 or   then
|P;vow.,r.w.mi,lb.! ab.e to eiun    Lp inprphai,-t ,.���,    0  il!tl Hig.Mnly
milk tor then- mush. |o woyk f{) ^.^ y()Ji ;tf-Jl/.,rilin. C.,F(;.
The area t law ot com mercy is to
s"ll people wh'jut they don't want.
v. hati they do w<!iin will neil itself.
��� Puck. ' "_'__���
For a lonr time polities has made
'. . .      *
Grants Pass. Ore.. Dec. IS, '07
j     Vtr.xn ^m :    In reply to your in-
Icuiry of reeenl->date would ���>;*.'.-. thai
li- the  editors  of  Canada . were 1 r*j)e pimi--,,.  ]srorrhwc��l   ismdav af-i hirar^e bedn ilows ; if  io  not-time
ti-.'icting  more  attention   rhun any | that   higli   iinnrioe   mane   ttrange
other  p-tiT of  thf   United   8'tiles.   '-'o!l i��iscfKv
Oregon is   regiirdcd   with   ("special       ������     ,*i
favor and the  Kogue Jl-ivcr Valley
oifers it.duceiuentP of  oswi-'ional ��� .v,,��. ��� t0 t--oi.vinco u  r.uugi-y
value to hi.ni��'.-n kci> .Mni iiiV.-.-m.r.
not so doci I is they won I'd jias-f some
remark* :tb ;ut tho postal department of Canada. '
As"long as Vancouver will hand
out free meal checks it is bound to
draw the crowd, but not "the kindj '  rjrjlll{s ]��lV,;- U th" c'.n.ilv ^vt. of
who buy real estate.     '   ^ !.r,!:;e;,hi'ie:   located  iu   the Kotrue j
Jt   is ' said   that   good
science  not   classified
some kinds pf luck  nev
explained by science.
The. hrt-t argument tu   uric v.-'nen
<u   w;tnt  to  cor.vim
nuni is a --qmr.'C.meal.,
.-\ lob of reo'iie  c;t,r-t  their  bur
King's Lkiner ^catc-ti Wliisk��
12  Vyiii'S (
J. W. nnrmester s White Port.'
,ltts. flennessy <fe Co's 3-yrur J)randy.
-t-s r ���- i-i- j.   - ���,  *  - ,^-��.  y��-k  ��-o
1/     <    j *; J' n ���    -*   3 I   i
t '��..��, !1��.f, 3      I.     ��    j        Vi��v     -<�����-     *>**'
3 ��****.
t#   li   ^
1.    j i v'i !- Urt I c h; o,. ,u i j c L l m A* O O D, B. O
,1 j.a��J����-+^.C-
,   ,    ,    ���    KKeV Valiev, in the hcarl of u rich |(ll%ni:  or,\tl,e   L()-<1   niuI .lhcn  -�� j
iriw-eviT    lVui-    i.��n<Tinl   ami- ti:ub.'r   bolt    ^��v ��>'d torget tbetn.        .       ���       |
,-erUwill be The '���Unv^ ls.:tf (:,'��^  1,f-'tv'f.4M th0      Hativ a mm  re.-erves  the  kind
wi.-rdd hi* wife i�� entitled to for hei
The ln"-t-<i[ii>!iiiili-il wiirkliiu'tnan'" '
. hotel iif rhe 1 it.v. rl ho lines! ���>'!
I>;>i*s. slocki (1 \t it!i the bust Wine, ,
[,-.i|iior.4 ami Ciirn*-*-. Liichti il v.'ith j
r.lt'itii"in\ Tf-Jt ,'ui'l cold e;itln
!Jntc->: Ojiinl iinil ltnriiii, fl a day
hwmj|Vi��mi Mtwriw 1 jt
���Foi-Hulc RtSlo, o!2 iis.d sio"
Per Acre*.
���' R ��� J ' STF'PL'
a *sM��nwiiiWa*>kM>innmM
SiffllLXAKEEH LAf^D DsSTfiiGr.
OI' . l'AI I'.
'I'AKI*; Xo-J-IOI'". fii-'t I'lidi.i'i   \'i'"liiil4ii|i*."'inl.
.ml i-f All,ii"" 'i-'i li, C , "i" Ci/itlm ��� .��� pfiit|ili*rt
ti.fmitl. Id i';i|'b' f'*r 1"'-'in"->l<,ii ''��� |u"*i*li.l-i' "li'i
f ���lliiMlre.'- i)'"r'li,'l l.ih'ls ('dinun ��� rni" ��l h
p,,f piiiiili-l ui, tlin i.u'llt  m   r i-ii'u-i nt I"
1HI. tlii'lii*!' ����"' -'' ''li"li tliPiii'i' 'until 'i
rliilllii.tlHiili'P wnt -'" Ol'i'l'i'i, llu.ii'-i- mitWi .In
,.]iii|i)*i to tin* (itjliit i>f < 0"i> HI--IIC-I riis ii'. 11-ui 1 >�����
t ti'iilni; li iicri'-.. itinii "I' l("'-i.
Il.ltwl U1I-1 Mil ililV ��f Niivi'ii.lii'r, 1M.
(!> 111 venierit-1-JIoomod Cot-
i.'tge :    a!.so   ii   li-ibvmcd,
Bealey Investn.ent and Trust
!\vo���rasoit jjnd fi��nr-*--e;is('nclifii'tic
making such *��� delightful combina-
Ji* is about time for Ihetowmillb  -���� ��'��* the pl.ye has been rightly
of B. C. to get busy.    The crops in * "<"}"& "* " I.����1.v ,,f * "H'nc?l.
the    North west.   ar.e    ��20.000'000|     Uurl.tHe city  possess iid-. ati,-
more than thev were hist year. | t^e- ��'   "V"1""" r!v,t ' "i'1" r r>,a]! ���   ��� * ^
* .       .,     .  I ,l,,,���!:.1   -";m-u- '''''T'r?   !�����CT-��!MlTA.nt-I,Mi(hay)B.C.     ['1
Today a brown taste is epidemic! resruetice  bi lldingrf arc substantia! | - , f -' ,   ^
in the land, and last  night many a ' and attra-live. and it.s ehcrh and j      f[-,y and G mill   JllWHVS     \-A
[ioor sinner was  haunled   by  the 1 -oinul f;i"ilitie-. ;ir�� among the be t. ,%
jrWt of a goo.se  or'the  spirit of ��   ffrnrtt*.   !'..��.'  i-.  dc.itin"tl lo !::!;����������> j/
'rliim mrdding. - ' !, .idi:>,-,>'-.co in   (hi-   nu-st pjwdne-
\a  under the itiiv.*:i<jrc-mc'i-f- cf Crcig it ?,Ioi*rison.    T
p   rooms cii-u coiufo'-'ih.Iy fui-riished. anil the biircouta;
the b'^t-lrrands of wiac?,.liquor;-, and,cigiirs.
4^ t.'Ti *v
���^ *0
Is the best ."ptHiiutcd Ke-liiurant in the interior
ib-itith Columbia. The. bcs,t cook.-, and most atteirl;
wailers only employe-).    Open all this time   .'.
tjosflrfl l?m% Propriety
'ic gre.tt  hoili.:iil-
'In Min.1 Afni -  Anfli-iioii, nii.l W, ']'   Sniltli.
<>( .ni.v  mini-   p i-i.n  cir,,|.( ri.ins to nliom
i'ii*,   inn-,   hi.'-'i- It-'iiifi-riii' tin ',e ]iili;i,i.f
l-'n ll (*; Culu'iiliii. ."rnnr.il ilnlni, uliii.ii,.  ,n
"iii'imfl '-|iiii;),.Iii   tin- On 'invorii!   Minim;
()l\ l-ift-i uf Villi1  llMilf", .mil   ii-iji'IiIimI  in
tin  Minliii: hi'tuifli'i-') iifllc-i* lit (in-uiuviiiiil,
(ill: -     ,
Yoii.miiiI ''.'('li  r'f ynii, nn: ln'rcliy'iiolllioil
tli-if r I in vm f\|i ii'l"il llii-eiim i,( thrri.- liun(ln*il
,|fillin�� l.'i 11 W'i In liilitir ,-iiifl ciiiiirilln*,' fi*i>, on
tin-   iil-uvi* iiiiiiinl  1nin1.ru) i-luiui  in (.ritrr  tn
liol'l Hit- wenii iniili-r the [iriiviKlon-i of -I'l'tlon
.1 nf tti- ;Mirii.ji.il  Ait:  .mil lli.lt   If.  ivllliin  '.��<
In; ( li'nin lli'-diiln fif  till- niiflii-, vou  fnil  01
i-.fiKi- \n  1 oiitnljiit 1  yum* |iiiiprijiiu,i  of  tin*
iifnriinj'i   i-ip *.i- Itnri ��� MI11.1  A^ 'fi  Aril' �������� F,
,i-v.i|itv-ltii- ilnllir, (���?-> .ini, iti (J   \V. T. Sini.li
t iii-nly-li /������ ilullnr 1 (.'"1 11);���fur  Um lh;i 'Viiim
rmliiu tin' "l-iLil iy  (il   M iy, l"'7, -tiiji'll'i'p \, lln
ill i'ijjCi of I'lC'i ttliln;;. ->i)iii'li.ti'i-i--ii in tin-
'mil I'l'iirn will lii'-iiiiHi M-ib,il In  tl'*)  niiilii-
i li.'iii'il, uiiilur *��ijc. I uf tlie Winortl A��o, Ajm.u.iI-
inciif Art.l'iliii,
U.iti' I nt 'HYinwood, U, (J., tliln 11th ilny ;if
Uitfoiiilnir, 1W7.
[)him piKKling
--   - ' tiv ivv.'iii.
Tur.iti:, are sign.j of an early. At th::-time,
election, judging fn.m the wny'iinal ;t\v.-k.'iiing is lire 'ri.ov.lh of
tho Liberals nro organuirrg. They \ 'I ok iv gi-'p*?-1 in. .ft^epliirie. county,
will h<r.'ild the event wkjle rhe Con-! In no luaiich (;f horfieiilturc fire
set-vative.s an* ouietly sleeping.        jpiospect*-   br-ighter.     Tire  ii'-.niiai
j return.- from mature vine.-, arc from
lSix suicides occurred within .'!0|{j1If.e t��� |-.v.. hiindred dol.nn per
days in Victoria. WVhave always|;w��.,v. ''{-|1(. prim this vear- h.-is
heard that it was tbe best place to/,, vvl,.j,wi si,'j.-, |)(1- ,.|'a\c, net:
die in Canada, iirul il looks ��i> 1 ^-itli ovei live hundred vines per
though the people had discovered , -li;ro< y0��� c;iu V(.:v\\\y M.t; that (.In*
the fact. . .       j above stiitetiteut is not excessive.
KitoM the way "hi which the,' Josephine County is tin* mite.
p.csHof Canada is now taxed by',0} !!'" ���"V!","V.n\,,nVK .^,0.M..'"
too much   publicity   about  Cima ,    ,      .,..,,,,,,,
da ir,\thc ffnited States. * I ���';" !(' "^ " . tilil'  l!'��. -v,���� l>
,  _��� - 1 moro piohtiule fljaii the mine, one
Tooa-.    thi.s  inlliiiMUiftl   journal  m'ty well realize  Iho  great  poti
on hand.' Hleisihs and
W.tcor�� aiixt Iinpleniento
of all liinds carried in
fefoek.     T\w  voi'v   Iiest
p;nods   at ri.u'ht   priee:-*.
���1 ifiTPilniiiel'^^i? WMd
���-. �������* ii.Bis-'afait-'rftM^n
1 )
niesHof Canada  is  now  taxed in , ,       "   ",'" r' 1
[he postal department, it is evident  .v.athcrn  Oregon  and   many !,..ge
[hat Lemieux   docs   not   believe in , )��,��"H n)ol!._qmiH/.iind pl,ie-i'J c.v
bcin   i-M-Mirivclv   developed,    Yd
appears on*-time, which is prima
facie evidence that the staff is proof
against-tho temptations .that sur-
roiir.cl, invade and sometimes dominate tiiib t't;stive season of the year.
bilities  tor the   vine-ynrdist in tliis
lavoi-cd -ection.
While Ihe botiom .soil is n rich,
"atuly loairr, yitUling largo rfituni"
for fruit, vegetable'.and agriculiii-
i-nl product^, Ur: .'oil of dm fool-
Hkp.i; we arc nfter thii-ly ye;n-i h'ills is a brownish red depo-it,
of toil in the iiKWRpaper biisin<'.ss; which irr cortrbiiiiiiiori with an idenl
without a million in tire b.i,n!<, , climale in cspceiitliy adiijiled Jo lihe
This should be a  sud  warning  lo [growth of tho Tokay  grape niid rJI
those ambitious people who aie
burning with a desire, lo open tip a
printing office und electrify the
univoi'HO. ' -.
othor varitiics,
The grapes grown In this valley
HiirpafH the Califoinia product, ti'-
wc   havo   not to  irrigate.     Our
s '   /
('.ini|i'.;iy, l.lniil, (1 1 l.i (till! v'. '   '
'I'\KK .NO'I'IIT, ilnil-i  S|,,>i'ii| i.inc-il Mil l
In; i.fth. --liir.-liil.li.rj e��   *in'   l.'o.nil   \*> *lnr'
'*.'   I
,     }
' ���|l
I.s the lu,'st fiirni-si'i'd liolel inline Houndai
dii-'ri*"r.. U i.s h(*;iLfd' Willi siii-jaiii an
lij.:'!ife.l i)y cl'.-cl-ririiy. Excellent samp
ni'tnu-i, Th;- l)��\r i-- alw.'!.y.-; alxvfnr of \h.
(iriios. aiitl ru*"a^. ua\ sfrvtui in the ('a!
at-any hiVir. day oi'.n^ht.
? "^.
iinil ..llnili.tt  mil i,.y. Ijiinit.'l   l.l.i'iiiil . ,,-a i'1 >/,      \\ ^ \   11 il V*!_.. Il (        (\lj
I,   iii-ll   ���L  II , i,In,.: i.l   iii    ( .iiii|.ii.;    in *H. ',>l     i*--i'v   '' 'l   -    'J vS'      uv
Hi -.1 il   j:ilt!.'.*i,' .l'��  (I'n i ��->i i't.   I'M lil'  Co- -;_;,'                                                  *     .
Iiiii.Ijii nn Mufiiluy, Iri" ! ii li .li v   "f J.'-ii'ii   , ��'n. -   - ��� ,y-->-v*.           ���>��� ...���-���
A. I> I ���', tu tl    *, M'iKl o i. i-iiol ,s(l   i,.li''ii; .     .^,'.,,     i'V-"-   "         -^~'-    --'���'���
III   4     II 'Oil >l   'I     lll*l|ll-l/|l> ���   fl.-   Hli-Yt'ii i',i ��� >������
Otii'.rsru   'II m" tl*. *.\,1 l ul |> ��v ol lln* ;i   ".I'M
Ol til    <J ''III H ii-.  - ,
Ii.il ,1 till i li.li 'l.iv.'i Di -'lil'' r. V   11  l'��7,    I
Aill'ttCK J!   WIliTi-tWOI,
U'lti'1 u'y
^pywwirii iisv-hsswsmim
oistiuVji- or vai.i:.
fleictims i-fkel35"lot:e*l
TAKi: .'.'oner.i'i.i nn-.i! *-.o*iiii r.minlyn,!
nl i!ulv* ,iy, 11. C , ui i-ii,! i'i u . '\' I  ri-iuv    ui-j
'i n,i, li,tt mil tu i'ii.i!/ fi.** [i iiie.-il ul i.i I'tir i ����� t -��-i  p,
.-li. .. 'li' |..ih'.*l .tI'.-i-   .i ' liiml: '  ' -/;!/',
Ci'iiini'-i i In','nl n i��i I  fl'i'il"'   ul tl'1"   ii'nli.     v'' '' '      ���
wi'.l i-nili.-r of   Int. ri'.i.   Wi-.l' T'ii1.   'if   lw-1 '' '
ii-ii-r, I Ift-iii ii ni'it Ji.ili'ini.  Hi.1.1.    mii'IiI'
"Imii.,, Mi ��� en-f." iliilln.,  ri,ini.|.  iiulill m j
di.iiiiil i  til"   j-nlnl ef riiiiiiii. t.i,(iili"iil, I'dli'
r.i!,.iiii,- M iii I..., inori- or If. i. ,
Diliil-rl.il Outul/i-r. I.,"/.-.
(' Ji"'hf)inv  fur .ill tourists
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