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 s^/lA���������-*>-*V  ' /  .-   Vol. -. XVI."  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, SEPTMEBER 9,  1900,  IsTo. 0  ri  f  tl.  "SPECIAL^" :5HQE , SALB  Foi* the" next few dajrs we will place on sale ^;.  -. a large-.lot'of Ladies' Oxfords and -Hmh '��������� ���������-'  ���������  .Shoes,. Tan and Black, all. leathers,'"best  , .styles. 'Regularly, sold foi\$3.75, ������4.50 and,  '.$5.00.' -While-They Last $3.00   -  Dry Goods.  Millinery.  i  Boots and Shoes.   \  e *va /&^^^*&/&&&&%,'Wb/&^/<&% ty4^^^-������i>'va ������������������a^^ak'V^s^ ������  P.-  6  PER CENT, 'm  \u  During the next four weeks we will sell 150 suits,  of clothes at 25 percent, reduction.   -���������  ���������'  We'are. determined to put this town on a dry. footing, and have Shoes -arriving daily.- "  -  RussdRaw-CauIfielaV Co., Ltd.  Hardware,.Groceries, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.'  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish  and Poultry. Shops in nearly all  the towns of Houndry and Kootenay.  lOPPEB-STREET, 6REENW  ���������*<<$*���������*'  Is the best furnished hotel in the Boundary  district. . It. is heated with,steam and  lighted by electricity. Excellent sample  rooms. The bar is always abreast of the  times, and meals are served in the Cafe  at any hour, day or night. ���������  C. A. McClung, Proprietor.  ira-*g---****a*-a--^^  PHOENIX, B. C.  Is opposite the Great Northern depot and is a delightful  haven for the weary traveler. Great veins of hot water  inn through the entire house, and bathrooms are always at the Fervice of those in search of material  cleanliness. Tho dining room is an enemy to dyspepsia,  while the artistic appointment of tho liquid refreshment  makes the drinks go clown like eating fruit in a flower  garden, The samplo rooms are tho largest in the mountains and a pleasiiro_������o drummers with big trunks.  JAS. MARSHALL   .,-������       -       PROPRIETOR  ;tt������MaS^l**^A1^^  rC***K''fl,-<-$3S'S������������2>C������������-S������eQS������e^'5^  a**. *���������*--. **>*. -Ems 4*v nn i   -   >i ��������� A/n> - flsi-A    '���������  ������������������'. James Buchanan & Co's  BLACK-AND'WHItEr AND!  \ ���������;-"��������� house: of-commun's  1 GREENWOOD LIQUOR  CO.  I     IMPORTERS, GREENWOOD, B. C.  flt/%*V^-^V^^^'VTi^*^V/i*i^O^-t/;*V^*fc^-^'^'ti'^^  I-i situated in the heart of tho city and within  stepping distance of all .llio banks, ,restaurants,  express, stupe, telegraph offices, etc. The building iVlieak'd with hot water and has a radiator  in every room. Tho bar contains a largo variety  of brewed, vinted and distilled beverages suitable to tho tastes of a cosmopolitan population.  Come in and have something.  Passing Throng;  , Mrs. Thos. Wal-jh came in from  Bridesville Labor Day."        '  Miss Dynes left Monday on a  visit to friends in Nelson.  . Labor day was celebrated in a  royal manner in Phoenix.  Greenwood will not have an.  agricultural fair this year.  Andy Sater and Mrs.Sa.ter are  spending a few days in Seattle.    -  Jack Rusk and Wes. Council  were down from the Jewell Libor  day.  Hugh Kcefer, formerly of Nelson, is in the Boundary looking for  land.  D.- S. Hardie caught"G7 trout below -Boundary Falls one day this  week.  Miss Goddard returned last week  last after a month's visit with  friends at the coast.   '  F. C. and the Misses Buckless  left yesterday morning on a visit  to the Seattle fair. .     *  Miss Reta Kirby of Keremeos is  spending a few pleasant days with  her friend, Miss B. Shaw.'  Born���������In Greenwood, September  3rd, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bubar  of. Rock Creek, a daughter. -  It is rumored that the mines of  the New Dominion Copper Co. will  resume operations this month.  Mr. and Mrs. Stow and Mr. and  Mrs. Fair .returned Monday from  their,camping trip up the river.  Wadds Bros!, photographers, did  a large business here this week  and will return later in the year.  John Sampson has succeeded C.  H. Kunderberg as superintendent  of the mines of the New Dominion  Copper. Co.  ���������The Princeton Starsa3*s that-it is  reported that a B. C. Copper Co.  expert will shortly visit Copper  mountain."  The fire department had a run  on Saturday evening to a burning  shack near the Veudome hotel in  Anaconda.  Henry Sau've, an old-timer iu  Greenwood, but lately residing in  California, is spending a few days  in the city.  W. Clark of Yinir is at the  Jewel mine, Long lake," superin-.  tending the installation of the  cyanide plant.  Cows and horses still ramble around  the streets of Greeuwood with a  few chickens on the side to vary  the procession.  i  Win. Rowe went up to Wellington camp last week to work ou  the properties beiug developed by  the B. U. Copper.  The Kettle River aud South  Okanagan Pioneers' Society will  hold their annual meeting in'Fair-  view'on Friday, the 17th inst.  The wagon road now building  from Silver street lo the Argo tunnel will enable the company to  easily get machinery to their mine.  Owing to the low condition of  the water in the reservoir the  citizens of this city should see that  uouo of it is wasted until the rainy  season sets in.  Big Andy Johnson is still running aud will continue to run the  Central hotel in Phoeuix. There  was no truth in tho rumor about  Gus Jackson taking over the business. .     ....    ���������*  Ed. McCutcheon returned from  tho Okanagan Thursday last, where  he had been foi- the past three  months with a O. P. R. survey  party. He leaves for Toronto on  tho 20th inst. to commence his  studies at University college.  Jno. Hardie,-;in charge of tin-  freight sheds in Nelson lor a number of years, spent from Saturday  to Monday in, the city with his  brother, D. S. Hardie.  Nelson Carson and James Summers of Phoenix have gone to Ontario to sell stock- of the Phoenix  -Mining Co. in; order to keep up  work on,tho Woodburn  property.  " A car of ore- was shipped this  week from the Crescent mine to the  Trail smelter by J. & J. Finlay,  who have a lease on the property.  Tlio ore will ruu over $J00 to the  ton.  R. G. Sidley/ J. P., of Sidley,  B. C, was a visitor in the city  Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr.  Sidiy is at present developing his  mining properties in the Osoyoos  district. .  At the meeting of the Fish and  Game association Friday evening  Jas S. Birnie was elected secretary.  Members of the association have"  put about four hundred trout'in  Long lake this season.  Mr. Bruce was severely injured  last week by his team running  away from him at his ranch on  Ingrim mountain. He is receiving  surgical treatment in Greenwood  and recovering, rapidly.  Chas. G. Johnson left yesterday  to work on the Anaconda, on  Lookout mountain, about jfour  miles from'-Greenwood. He will  spend the greater, part of "the.fall  aud winter developing the claim.  Jas. H. Smith/ foreman at the  Jewell miue, is getting his five-  room house ready for occupation.  It is said'he contemplates taking a  trip east to Ticonderoga, N. Y.,  this month to see the old folks a ad  the'young.  R. J. Campbell and Miss Maggie  McCurdy of Greenwood were married in Ccour d'Alene City on the  1st inst., by the Rev. E. Staton,  Presbyterian minister. The happy  couple returned to Greenwood on  Saturday evening.  ���������  George Heatherlon wns reelected  financial secret.'}ry of llic Greenwood Miners' union Ia**t week by  acclamation. This is the highest  tribute that- could be offered in  recognition of his.: honesty and the  thoroughnesfvciF. liX-.-woi-k -. .- -.-.-  A sitting of the county court  was held in the court house Tuesday before His Honor Judge Brown.  Besides the naturalization of a  number of Austrians, only one  case was heard���������Elson vs. Chenier,  in which the plaintiff obtained  judgment for $25.    ,  Mt-ssrs. Fowler and Drummoud  were in the city last week and gave  a 15-days' option to the B. C. Copper company upon 37 low-grade  copper claims 'and fractions situated at Coal Hill, near Kamloops.  The option was given subject to  confirmation in New York, and the  amount involved in the deal is said  to be nearlj- a million dollars.  City. Council.  ��������� The council met Saturday evening. Minutes/of the previous m-eet-  ing were read and adopted.  Mr. Lofstad requested that tho  road be extendefl 'from the Jenkins  residence to the tunnel site, and  was willing to do th" work, the  cost of same to he applied on his  .water rate. Tho matter was left  with tho mayor and Aldermen  Dixon and Buckless, the expenditure not to exceed $150. ^  The agreement between the city  and W. -Jenks for tho use of one  inch of water from Twin creek  was renewed for three years*.  The street committee was authorized to expend $40 on Greenwood  stre**c. '  The time allowed for lawn  sprinkling was restricted to one.  hour a day, from G to 7 p. in.  The rate and estimate ^bylaws  wore finally-passed.  The following accounts were ordered paid : The Ledge, -?9;. Mining recorder, 850; Telephone Co.,  25c ; Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.,  81.95 j E. W. Bishop, $51.20.  .-Nominations to fill the alder-  manic vacancies iu the north and  south wards will bo held upon  September 1'3.  I Western Float I  ������ * X  Afc the Horpti ranch near Sardis*  it takes over a thousand picker ��������� to  harvest th", hop;. Tin1, work N  principally done by Indians after  the* fi-shing Fcason is over.  A. G. Malcolm   lias  bought;  (ho  Ha*"ii*ion   house    in     (Jhilliwa'ik  This   hou.-*c  in   noted   for  having  probably the  finest  lawn and gardens of any hotel in Canad i.  A carload of mixed fruit was  shipped from Grand Forks to Cran-  brook last week._  Jack Coryell and his bride have  returned from the ea-<t to Grand  Fork p.  The Grand Forks Iron Works  will be moved to the coast, the  proprietors having obtained a contract to build the waterworks in  New Westminster.  John A.- McDougall and Miss  Mamie Barrett were married "in  Grand Forks last week.  The Columbia cigar is a large  aud free-smoking cigar. Tt is sold  in all mountain towns and made in  Nelson.  New Dominion Copper.  ���������The affairs of the New Dominion  Copper Co. have been adjusted to  the extent .that operation of the  propei ties of the companj- will not  be further .impeded. The underwriters have made the last payment upon., the securities of the  new company, and the latter are  now to bo delivered to what constitutes the bond and shareholders.  The holders of the bonds of the  Dominion Copper'company will receive stock in tho new company,  while the depositing stockholders  and the underwriters will receive  the stock and bonds to which they  are entitled under the terms of the  reorganization. - The outstanding  securities of the New Dominion  Copper Co. will be 5300,000 of  bonds and 250,000 shares of stock.  Iuterests .pjosely .identified with  .tbcu. (L..'Oc* Cppper^QgL.. are -large  shareholders'- in the new companj'.  -They purchased bonds of the old  company, which were exchauged'  for stock of the new company, and  also purchased new stock from the  underwriters thereof. This should  prove beneficial to the New Dominion Copper Co.,- inasmuch as  the British Columbia people are  familiar with the situation in the'  Boundary district, and, having an  adjoining property, should be able  to outline a plan for tho development of the Dominion estate on an  economical scale, and without the  errors committed by the old management.���������Copper Curb  SHOOT!  BIFH  BANG!  GUNS AND AMMUNITION.  or.o shot cuirs  Sin<*io Barrel $ 5.00  J. H. GQODEVE  PROPRIETOR  !a>dfc4>-a-$iAa-5k3k3^^  Double  -r. $8, p ami 10.00  NKW SHOT RUNS  12-gaugo double barrel   j2   '<.        ���������' ii  12   "   pump gun, Winchester..  OI.I) Rtl-I.l'S  45-00 Whitney...   'io-fiO Winchester...   82 "  ;   38-55      "   80-80 Mailin...  12.00  UII'M'S GOOD AS NIJW  22 Savage Kupcator. $10 OO  112 Special Winchester.  18.00  803 Savago  18.50  SOT. S  20 00  80 W. C. V. Take Down  23.00  82 Special, 3 Bights  20.00  Nl'.W KII-'Mt.-)  22 Mnrlin, with  interelmngeiiblo  12.00'  10 50  5.00  5.50  S.00  12 00  The Kootenay Belle is a cigar  that can be found in all parts of  the Boundary, ond you should ask  the man behind the bar to produce  it when you line up to the mahogany.     Miners Elect Officers. '  Saturday last Greenwood Miners'  union No. 22, W. F. M , held  their semi-annual election. Following are tho officers elected :  President, Chas. G. Johnson.  Vice-President, John McMillan,  without opposition.  Second Vice-President, R. J.  Campbell.  Financial Secretary, Geo. Hca-  thcrton, without opposition.  Treasurer, John B. Docksteader.  Recording Secretary, William B.  Embree.  Conductor, Chas. Beltner.  Warden, Norman Bradley.  Trustees���������John McMillan, Wm.  B. Embree imd Chas. G. Johnson.  For SG 50 you can get a barrel of  Red, White and Blue Hour at  Brown's in Ferry, Wash.  Gait Coal.  oxtrrictor   25-cnl Winchcater   80-80 Winchester   30-80 '<       .Ciirhino...  88-55 ������������������       Smokeless  A, L. WHITE  It is advisable that consumers of  "Gait Coal" should make some  provision'for a sufficient stock of  fuel to last from harvest time to  25.001 closing of the lakes by frost. With  a heavy crop in the Northwest the  the railroads require every available car each year for grain. The  wise will get their '-Gait Coal"  without delay.  Big Real Estate Deal.  The Doiikhobors have bought  1090 acres of land from J. \V.  Moore at Slocan Junction, near  Nelson. The price was S;i5,000  and tho deal was put through by  Mrs. J. E. Harris, and is one of  the largest land deals made in  Kootenay for some time, Mrs. II ir-  ris has been very successful in the  selling of inineE). and real estate  and has several" other largo d'-iilH  under way, out of which sho expects to realize a handsome fortune  within a year.  Kodaks and photographic sup  plies ab McRae Bros., Phoenix.  Out From Ingenica.  Bert Glassey is out from the Ingenica and says that on the whole  operations for thi.-* summer have  been somewhat of a disappointment to those interested. Nothing has been proven beyond the  fact that it will never become a  poor man j- proposition and that it  will take machinery to make the  ground pay. Most of the miners  are out or about to come out. The  Ingenica Mining .company has  ceased operations without reaching  bedrock and nothing more is likely  to he done before the report of the  engineer, Mr. Blsdsoe, is laid before the company. Mr. BledoOe is  now on his way to Yancouver by  way of the Findlay and Parsnip  rivers.  Some of the men have done  pretty well for tho amount of water  available, Dan Olson having about  fifty ounces, and lesser sums among  the others. ���������Omitieca Herald.  Since the hi  ago   1,400  fire thirteen months  buildings   have   b'.-un  erected  in  Fernie at a cost of a  -^million   dollars.     No one knows  the date when they will burn down.  ...������U.00  .., 8,50  .. 22 00  ,...20.00  ,,. 20,00  Should you merely have that desire to be sociable drop in and see  Holmes & Kennedy. Their store  is open house.  A second crop of strawberries  has appeared in Grand Forks.  If you havo a favorite tobicco,  cigarette or cigar call at M-dme* &  Kennedy's, and if they havo not  got it in ttock they will consider  it ft pleasure to send away for it  however small tha order tiny be.  Grouse shooting in Grand Forks  district opens on October 1.5 and  eldhl-h December Ml.  There are now five steamers in  tho Prince It ipert trade  Across tho line, about thirty  miles from Twisp, a deal is on for  120 mining claims in Gilbert camp.  Lor'uon capital will organize a  825,000,000   company  to   oporalo  A permanent curling club has  been organized ,in Grand Forks,  and a rink will be erected upon  Fifth street.  Norman Hurlburt and C. Stew-  art'have leased the Reco hotel iu  Sandon from J. M. Harris.  The net value of 38 carloads of  zinc ore shipped from the Lucky  Jim in the Slocan was 825,152.11.  Leo Buchanan of Kaslo is in  England riding on the native rivers  in a Canadian canoe.  Chow Sam is running a restaurant iu Lethbridge. The letter e  in his front name would make it  more appropriate to the  business.  Ben Savage, has made a rich  strike on the Mountain claim near  Kamloops. The ore runs 25 per  cent, in g'eppper aud ������3 to SS in  gold.]    ' r^'"  There are no Chinamen in Phoenix, not even white ones.  Din McLeod of Armstrong was  cut in two by a train at Okanagan  Landing.  John( McDonald, a bartender in  New WoKtininster, was given three  months in jail for~selling liquor to  Indians. ''      ���������   ��������� .=- -  In^NAuaimo.Cy-H. Barker-is tbe  new judge. " *-"���������,  In Oroville last Friday the Crescent building was burned. The  expense was about ������7,000, fully  covered by insurance.  There are some live people iu  Oroville. The Crescent cafe was  burned out at three o'clock in the  morning, but two hours later tho  proprietors, Clark tit Hoose, were  seiving meals in their new quarters at the Peerless hotel.  George Girty. a pioneer of the  Pacific coast, died in his cabin  near Nigbthawk last week. ID-  was a grandson of Simon Girt}7,  one of the worst renegades ever  born in America, but did not inherit the evil disposition of his  crncl ancestor.  This,.summer the Oroville baseball team  has  lost only one game.  Work is going on at the Palmer  Mountain tunnel near Loomis.  Recently softer ground has been  encountered and a good deal of  water Hows from the face of the  tunnel.  About three miles northwest of  Oroville there exihts-one of the  largest deposits of epsom salts in  the world.  There aro ten saloons in Oroville and more licenses are beiug  applied for.  Tho price of real estate in Hedley is becoming more elevated.  Around Olalla there are signs of  more life in the mining activity.  At the Hilly Goat Jim Kiordan has  uncovered some copper ore that  runs from 3 to 10 per cent, with  gold values that has touclicd tho.  S12 'marlc. Other claims in the  vicinity  aro  looking equally well.  Bob Swanson of Nanaimo and  his two partners are reported to  havo bought tho llorseshoo hotel  in Vancouver for $22,000.  'Victoria has bought a- new  Waterloo fire engine for $5,000.  Frank Dock rill has* bought a  ranch in the Bulklcy Valley from  Bob Campbell for S3,350.  This has been the wettest season  ever known in the country around  Hazelton.  Viscount Lascelles. aide-do-camp  to lvu'1 Grey,  was  lined  82  the 15. O. game  wardens for  ing a  fleer   and   mountain  Evidently   in   this   provinco   tho  men of title are placed  on  a par  with the plebeians.  G. C. Taylor of Phoenix is developing a copper claim Lrty live  miles north of Revelstoke.  The Graiiby smulter will hooii be  tho largest, in the BiirWi empire.  via  by  ������������������hoot-  goat.  The Kootenay Cigar Co. of Nelson have in the Royal Seal a cigar  that is known and smoked between  tho wheat country and tho blue  Pacific.  In   Phoenix,   on   Friday   about  A telephone exchange is being  put in at Princeton.  The first cargo of C.tpe Breton  -steel rails for tbe, G. T. P. were  brought to Prince Rupert last week  by the steamer Hercules. {.  In Vancouver' the Terminal club  has p-iid ������135*000 for'a site near  i lie postoffice, and will erect upon  ir- one. of the finest club houses in  Canada.  Near E'.iderhy on tbe Stepney  ranch thi-* year a }ie!d of S.200  Inishels of wheat was obtained from  200 acres.  In Cobalt there are 300 cases of  typhoid fever in the hospital.  At the Second Relief mine near  Erie there are 25 men. workinc.'-  The running of the 10-starrp milt  is somewhat hampered by a shortage of water.  The sportsmen in Chilliwack  want an open season for the shooting of cock pheasants in that district.  Grouse cannot be shot in Koote-'  nay this season.  R. A. Lambert will sink^to bedrock on his placer claim at Granite  creek.  Hon. E. Dewdney has gone to  England to get married. 'Although  over seven!}- years of age h'e i3  still youthful in body~and spiiih.  The Star says that J. H. Kennedy has returned to Princeton  after finding a new route- to the  coast for the ,V., V. &.E. .By  building a tunnel eight miles long-  from -Eagle creek to the Coqui-  halla a grade of 1 per cent can be  obtained and the distance from  Princeton to Vancouver reduced  from 151 to 124 miles. The tunnel could be completed in five  years afc a cost of about 81,500,000,  and would be the longest in America. Iu Europe the Simplou tunnel is .the longest in the world,  being a little over twelve miles in  length.  For the purpose"of mining gold  a big ditch is to be built ou the  Quesnel river at a 6ost of 8150,000.  J. C. Catlip of Granite creek recently found a $359 nugget near  Barkerville.  In Hedley Frank Dallamorc has  leased the Hotel Similkameen.  Neil Gething and; George .Ager  hav-a* left"- Q,u"������rslf6I  for' the"north._  and will go through  to  Hazelton.  Maj-orTimmins of Vernon died  in Kamloops la-t week.  J. M. Green died at Beaton last  week' aged 77 years. He had lived  twenty years in Kootenay.  Strawberries have" been grown  near Abbotsford that weighed six  to the pound.  At Loomis work still continues  on the Palmer mountain tunnel.  i  The Hazel wood company of Spokane pays over a million dollars  annually to farmers for cream.'  It is said in Victoria that W. C.  Wells of Nelson will succeed James  Dunsmuir as lieutenant-governor  of this province. }  Mrs. Squires, one of the  olde5:V",  residents  of Nelson, has  returned  cast to spend  the balance  of  her  days.  Annie Besant says that the  spirits of drunkards are tortured  by thirst long after their bodies are  dead. Perhaps they live in a warm  place.  E. 15. Stewart says that in a  short time Alberta will grow millions of pounds of tobacco. The  weed should do well in B. C.  Lethbridge has a restaurant on  wheels.  Dr. Ernest Hall of Victoria ia  studying the problem of nerve disease in Europe.  In Vancouver-a project is on  foot to erect a joint passenger depot  for four transcontinental railroads.  Near Grand Forks there aro  25,000 fruit trees upon tho Covert  ranch.  Police Magistrato Williams of  Vancouver has ruled that a sandwich does not constitute a meal in  the eyes of the law, and that it is  uot legitimate for .liquor to be  served on a Sunday with a mere  sandwich order. "It strikes me,"  said tho magistrate, "that the hotel can sell enough liquor six daya  in the week without trying to  evade tho Sunday closing law.  This sandwich business is merely  an attempt to evade the law."  In forty-six years the orchards  of 15. C. have grown from nothing  to a value of $15,000,000.  During the past year 500 new  post'dHi/i-a have been established iu  Canada.     ,  A farmer iu Alberta has beeu  fined fur not det-troying noxious  weeds on his land.*1.  A f-ilver-lead mino called the  Crystal, near Hunters iu Stevens  county, Wash., has been bonded  to a French syndicato for $100,000.  Your requirements in tho way  of shaving tackle can all bo filled  at Holmes & Kennedy's store.  -An Alberto, paper states that B.  C. grows tho best potatoes, in t'.O ������ .   '  /  ���������-/  /   '���������  THE   LEDGE.   GREENWOOD.   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  TAHERO  Wife  Only  Concludes That  He Can  Be "Just Bowser."  TELLS OF  HIS  BRAVE DEED.  Interviewed- by Three Representatives  of the Press and Treated With Insulting Levity���������He Falls Asleep on  the Lounge.  [Copyright,   1009,   by  Associated   Literary  Press. J  'IIEN Mr. Bowser came home  to dinner tlie other crculng  it was evident that ho was  ou   the   rush,   and   he   had  scarcely got his head inside the door  when he called out to .Mrs. Bowser:  ,-   "If dinner Is Yiot on the table, hurry  It up as fust ns you can."  "You can sit down at once. Have  you got to go imcl; to the office or  somewhere this evening?"  "No, but I expect half a dozen callers. Some of tliem iiiuy be here within ten minutes."  ������������������1���������1 hope It isn't politics," said Mrs.  Bowser ns they got seated nt the tabic. /  "I've got nothing to do with politics."  "And tlio callers you expect arc not  coining to sell you an auto, a balloon  or anything of that sort'.'"  "Certainly not."  -   "And you are uot going to take boxing lessons again and be knocked clear  across the garret and left for dead?"  Mr. Bowser Hushed up and glared at  her across the table and for a moment  "Mil. BOWSEK,  WEliU YOU  EVER TAKEN IN*  ON A CONFIDENCE GAME?"  seemed inclined to explode. Then he  caught himself and cooled down and  replied:  "J suppose I must explain, though I  hate to be talking about myself. The  car was crowded this morning, and I  rode on the rear platform."  "Aud some one stepped on your  feet?"-  "No. ma'am. - We had.got down to  Beach street when the car stopped for  a lady to get on. She was in the act  when the car started. But for me she  ���������would have been dragged under the  wheels and crushed."  "You rang two bells for the car to  stop, did you?"  "Of course not. I am not ringing  bells on a blamed old street car. I  leached down and seized the lady and  lifted her on to the platform by main  strength and thus saved her from certain death."  "That was grand !& exclaimed Mrs.  - Bowser. "I am proud that you had  'such presence of mind."  t "I always have It. It belongs to the  Bowser family���������that is, to the male  members of It. I shouldn't be rattled  even In an earthquake."  "Well,   the   lady 'was   grateful,   of  course?"  I, Called a Hero.      ..���������'<..  "Of course. She called me a hero  and all that, took my address and said  that she would see that the public  learned all about me. In other words,  she Intended to notify half a.'dozen  of the newspapers and have them send  representatives over here this evening  to Interview me and publish my picture  nnd the full particulars of the heroic  rescue."      j  ���������'Why, dear, it will be another Binns  case." *���������  "The Binns case won't be in it. All  he did was to stay on the Republic  with a lot of others and work his wireless apparatus. He simply had to stay.  If he had tried to sneak away the captain would have had him'in Irons. The  Binns case makes me tired."/  "You were certainly a hero," said  Mrs. Bowser as she glanced at him admiringly. "In reaching down to seize  the lady you might have plunged headfirst In the yawning abyss. Her weight  might have torn your arm off. The  hind end of the car might have lifted  up at that critical moment nnd driven  your head through the roof. Why  didn't you telephono me as soon asv  you reached the oflice?"  "Humph! I should think you had  lived with me long enough to know  that I am not one who blows his own  horn. I even hope thnt no reporters  will come. I don't want to be called  a horo for a simple aet of duty."  "Will they want my picture too?"  "Eh? What? Your plcture7 What  for?"  "Why, I nm Mrs. Bowser, the wife  of the great hero."   .  "But what in thunder does the public care about thnt? You're my wife,  of course, but don't you go butting In  on this thing. There's a ring at the  bell, and I'll go right up."  Strange Queries From Reporter.  . It was n reporter from one of the  Iflnllles. He introduced himself, mndo  ' sure thnt he had struck the right hero  nnd was then tnken Into tne library.  After -unking rendy he began:  "Mr. Bowser, were you ever taken  in on a confidence game?"  "W-what do you moan?" was the re-  Ply.  "Well, for Instnnee, did you ever bet  on three card nionte, as It Is called?"  "I don't understand you'f* asking such  a question, sir!"  "No?   Then let mo Inquire nt whnt  ngc you begnn to lose your .hnlr nnd  whnt remedies, if nny, you lmve tried  for your baldness V"  "Look here, young man," said Mr.  rose  come here to insult me you can get  right out. What has my hair or my  baldness got lo do with this interview?"  "Why, a great deal. The lady you  assisted on to the car this morning has  n sure remedy for baldness, and she  wanted me to ti]) you off before you  fell into Hip hands of any swindler."  "You go out. sir���������you go out���������and  be glad that 1 don't throw you out!  The Idea of such talk to me, and in  my own house at that!"  "Oh, well," said the-young mnn, "if  that is the way you feel about it I'll  withdraw. 1 hoped to make a couple  of columns of your story, but there are  many disappointments in this profession.   Good night to you."  Mrs. Bowser was in Ihe sitting room,  and, the door being open, she had  heard every word. Mr. Bowser knew  tills, and he hated to face her, hut  when he finally did ho found her deeply  Interested in a book���������so deeply that she  simply glanced up and said:  "If I here i.s a call for your photographs I have them right here."  Again Insulted by the Press.  Then the bell rang again, and a second young mail was admitted. .,lie  anxiously asked il' Mr. Bowser would  submit lo nn Interview, and upon being  answered in the uHirinalive n great  load seemed to he lifted from his mind.  When pad nnd pencil had been fished  from his pocket he .smilingly begun: -.  "Mr. Bowser, did you or did you not  on a certain occasion get up in the  morning and put your day shirt on  over your nightshirt'nnd wear It thus  all day?"  "What do you  mean, sir?" wns demanded.  "Why, it Is claimed that all great  heroes aro absentiniuded. and I wanted to see how it was with you. We  may let that pass, however, and I will  ask you if your father had n short nnd  stocky figure tlie same as you have  The ''idy whose life you so heroically  saved this morning noticed your figure and asked tne to be particular  about it. She said it seemed to her  thnt you had jumped off the roof of a  barn some day and telescoped your  legs."  Escorted to the Door.  "I will escort you to the door, sir!"  said Mr. Bowser in a low, tense voice.  "But this Interview is hardly begun."  "This interview is finished, sir!   Tlie"  next interview  will  take place when  we meet ou the street!"  "Sorry, very sorry. I was going to  give you the whole front page in the  morning, and now we must fill It with  a condensed milk advertisement. If  you change you mind within an hour  please telephone us.   Good night."  air. Bowser expected Jo see a smile  on Mrs. Bowser's faco'ftnd hear something  to  humiliate  him,  but   nothing  took place.    Eveu  the cat seemed to  have  missed  the golden  opportunity.  When the bell rang for the third time  the interview   began  at  the  door by  Mr. Bowser asking:  "Well. sir. what's wanted?"  "I am from Hie Daily Star," was tho  reply of the reporter.  "Well?"  "If you jm'p Mr. Bowser, the horo, I  want to ask you if you ever tried keeping a pis'iu the/city?"  "Sir!"  "And if the pork eost_you -IS cents  a pound?"  The door wns opened, the reporter  shoved out on to the steps, and Mr.  Bowser limped back into the sitting  room and fell on the lounge and  stretched out his back. No one spoke.  No one moved. The quietness of death  prevailed for ten minutes, and then  his breathing told that he was asleep:  Mrs. Bowser tiptoed over and saw a  tear on either cheek and bent down  and kissed them away and whispered  to herself:  "Poor man, he would be a hero if  he could, but he can't be. He can  only be just Bowser."        M. QUAD.  THE QUEEN AT HOME,  Her   Majesty   Is  Very  Buay  Even   In  Her Vocations.  Tho Queen shows none of thnt dislike for Buckingham Palace that wus  displayed by the late Queen Victoria,  und spends many weeks there in the  course of the year. She has converted her private suite of apartments in  the palace into ono of the most comfortable residences it would be possible to imagine. These rooms, which  number nine in all, aro situated on  the first floor of the main building of  the palace, and over look the beautiful gardens, just now at their best,  with the lake just visible in the distance. These rooms have been entirely refurnished since Her Majesty took  up her residence"here upon the King's  accession, and immediately adjoin the  larger suite occupied by the King.  The whole of Their Majesties' apartments are entirely cut I off from the  rest of the palace, so that privacy is  assured.  Owing to the heavy and fatiguing  duties that Her Majesty is called upon to undertake ..while in London during the season, nnd the fact thai it  is usually past midnight before she.  is able to retire, she rises considerably later than when she is at Sand-  ringhnm or in Denmark al the beautiful villa she shares with her sister,  the Empress Marie of Russia, on tho  banks of- the Sound, with the gloomy  old castle of Elsinore just to be scon  across the waters. It is not much  before nine that the Queen takes her  cup of tea or chocolate���������usually Uie  latter ��������� and loaves her rooms for a  stroll in the grounds until tho light  breakfast of which she partakes is  ready.  The forenoon is almost entirely devoted by the Queen to her correspon-'  deuce and other routine duties. Her  Majesty's post-bag almost rivals that  of the King in its'bulk, and it takes  her some hours to go through it. and  deal with the contents.  Lunch, afternoon calls or a host of  other duties and then-Jive o'clock tea.  These teas are, however, quite unceremonious, but, of course, there are certain little rules that have lo be observed. For instance, no one riiay  speak to the Queen without first being' addressed.  The King and the Prince of Wales  are both particularly fond of dropping  in for a cup of tea and a chat with  those present; but they are quite on  the same footing as any other guest.  Tea is served at Buckingham Palace in which is known as the Tapestry Room, which immediately adjoins the Queen's private boudoir.  Tho guests assemble as near five  o'clock as possible, and await the entry of the Queen, when they rise. The-  Queen hns a pleasant smile and a  word for all present, and conversation  speedily becomes general, Her Majesty singling those out whom she wishes  to address more directly. She takes  her seat at. tlie table _ and pours out  the tea in person. Twenty minutes is  the allotted time for the guests to remain, unless they are directly invited  to remain longer by Her Majesty.  Anything savoring of "scandal" or  unjust criticism of those not present  is strictly taboo at these teas, and one  very well known society lady now  fails to find herself invited to the  palace on an afternoon through in an  unguarded moment, speaking somewhat slightingly of the German  Emperor.  ft******* * * * *���������< ^ * * * * *  BABY'S GREAT DANGER  DURING  HOT WEATHER.  More children die. during the *  hot weather than at any other *  linio of 'tho year. Diarrhoea, *  dysentery, cholera infantum, and *  .stomach troubles come without *  warning, and win v a medicine *  is not at hand to give prompt *  relief, the deluv may prove fatal *  to the child. Baby's Own Tab- *  lets should bo kept in every *  home  where" there  are  children *  * during the hot  weather months. *  * An occasional  dose  of the  Tab- *  * lots   will   prevent   deadly   sum- *  * inor  complaints,  or   cure   tlicin *.  * if they conic unexpectedly.   Mrs. *  * 0. Morenu, St. Tite, Que., says: *  * "My. baby- suffered  from  a sov- *  * ere attack  of  cholera  infantum, *  * but   after   giving   him    Baby's *  * Own Tablets* the trouble   disap- *  * penred.   and   lie   regained   health *  * splendidly."     Sold   by  medicine *  * dealers  or by  mail  at 2,r>  cents *  * u  box. from   Thu   Dr.   Williams' *  * Medicine Co., Hrockvillu, Out.      *  JARRED THE  SULTAN.  /  to  A  Business  Head  "My boy," says the llioughlful father, "I notice. Mini, when you get n  penny or n nickel you do not place it  in the little savings bunk Santa Glaus  brought for you last Christmas."  "Not always, papa," answers the  bonny child.  "Ah! I believe, if T nm nut mi-:-  taken,. that you spend your pennies  nnd nickels at the I'MJe storo ji-cuikI  the corner."  "Yes, papa."  "Well, my boy, if you do not save  your money now. what do you expect  to do when you grow up?"  'T nm going to run a little store  around the corner, papa. Then I'll get  all the pennies and nickels."���������Chicago  livening Post.  Did Not Trouble  Among the pntients in the private  ward of a Philadelphia hospital there  was recently a testy old millionaire  of that city, whose case gave his  physician considerable difficulty al  first.  .."Well," asked the crusty patient, one  morning, "how do you find me now,  eh?" .    -  ��������� "You're getting on fine," responded  the doctor, rubbing his hands with an'  air of satisfaction. "Your legs are  still swollen; but that doesn't trouble  me." +  "Of course, it doesn't!" howled the  old man. "And let me tell you this:  If your logs were swollen, it wouldn't,  trouble mo, either!"  A Smile.  When you waits up ir. the morn  With a feelinK of "all gone"  Do  not go around  forlorn.  .Meet It with a smile.  If the Fiin will not come out,  Do not poke around and pout.  Put your somber thoughts to rout.  Meet It with a smile.  If your Job looks hard today,  Pilrd up seemingly to stay,  Don't have feelings of dismay.  Meet It with a smile.  If a bill comes In to you  Which has long been overdue,  Don"t convert the air to "blue."  Meet It with a smile- -  Dobbin  horse, who  rejoiced in  A Pill That Lightens Life.���������To tho  man who is a victim of indigestion the  transaction of business becomes-an  added misery. He cannot concentrate  his mind upon his tasks and loss and  vexation attend him. To such a maji  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills offer relief.  A course of treatment, according to  directions, will convince him of their  grent-excelloncc. They are confidently  recommended because they will do all  that is claimed for them. *  Mabel���������I doii.'t believe you really  meant it when you said you were anxious to hoar me sing.  Sain���������Oh, I assure you T did! You  see, T had never heard vou sing before.��������� Pick-Mc-Up.  She���������"Of course, I'm not ns old ns  you think Lain." Ho���������"I hope not���������I  mean you can't be���������that is���������how old  are you?"���������Cleveland  Plain Dealer.  The family  the eminently proper equine name of  Dobbin, had earned a -rest by, long  service, and was accordingly sent  away to the country to spend his declining years in the broad pastures of  a farmer friend of his owner. The distance being somewhat excessive for  .his'rheumatic legs, he was shipped to  his new home .by. rail.  Little Edna, the family four-year-  old,, viewed tlie passing of Dobbin  with unfeigned sorrow. Sho sat for a  long time gazing disconsolately, out of  the window. At last, after a deep sigh,  she turned with a more cheerful expression, and said:  "Did old Dobbin go on the chee-clioo  cars, mamma?" ���������  "Yes, dear," answered her mother.  A broad grin spread over the little  girl's face.  "I was just thinking," slip said,  "how funny he must'feel sitting up on  the plush cushions."  Minard's   Liniment  Cures Colds,  etc.  A Correct Diagnosis  Many a. girl thinks she has broken  her heart,when she'has only sprained  her imagination.  Advice General Wallace 'Is ��������� Said  Have Given Abdul Hamid II.  When General Lew Wallace was the  American plenipotentiary in Constantinople he saw Abdul Hamid 11. at  close quarters���������too close for comfort  really���������but his involuntary inspection  ivas decidedly convincing as to the  ml tan's timidity.  It seems' that from the day of his  presentation to the sullan tlie general  had.grown tn favor at the court and  w*������s frequently "commnnded" to attend  merely from the personal liking ot  Abdul [lamid for the American minister and the enjoyment of conversation  with him. In those dnys the sultan  was particularly vexed over affairs in  Egypt. He felt that Egypt wns his  pcrsonnl property, yet England hud  taken the control of the country out  of his hands entirely. She had hardly  said "by your leave," but had "tid  vised" liim thnt for the good of Egypt  he, Abdul [Inmid IL, bad better let  her and then had gone ahead.  He had accepted the advice been use  he had nothing to. say "no" wild.  Without a (loot what could any one  sny to England? This forced nci-iiles--.  cence..worried the sultan continuously  until he could not endure longer without madness. In his distress he summoned General Wallace and described  to him In detail his humiliating comli  I ion.  The general listened with friendly  sympathy, aud the sultan, being relieved in thus talking In confidence to  a man whom lie knew to be sincere  nnd altogether free from selfish Interests, asked the minister what he could  do under the circumstances. General  Wallace said that he appreciated the  trust and couOdenee of the sultan, but  that, being the representative omVial  ly of the United States' of America, he  could not advise the ruler of anothei  country as to what stops that ruler  should take against a third power, especially when tin's third power was on  friendly terms with his own country.  Tho -sultan acknowledged the cor  redness of this position, but besought  the general to make an exception, saying that there was no other man in  the empire to whom he could go for  one single word of honest, disinterested advice. But the ..general repeated  that he could not be false to his duty  as a minister and envoy from his government.  -Then said the sultan. "Tell me ns a  private Individual; tell me as a friend.''  Tills appeal touched General Wallace  -deeply, and he said, "As a friend, then  and a private citizen, I will say this,  that were I Id the position you have  described to mo I should put myself  at the head of my troops and flight to  the bitter end."  At these words the blood loft tho  sultan's face, aud he fell to the flooi  in a dead faint. lie felt their truth,  and he" knew, furthermore, that ho  lacked the strength of; character, tho  force, the will powery to carry out such  a program.  What would have happened hnd tho  sultan's heart been physically weak ns  well Is not easy to conjecture. As it  was, General Wallace did not leave  the Yildiz kiosk until long after the  hour ho hnd intended, and Abdul Un-  mid II. never ngnin sought a confided  lial interview with the author of "Hen  [lur."  A Problem  .Senator Tillman said at a dinner:  /"Mr.  Roosevelt  had-'bcltor'-not attack Tolstoy.   He'll make himself unpopular.    You know what   happened  the other day mtBoston."  The senator gnvo a loud-laugh.  ."A Boston lady," he resumed, "was  talking about hei' maid.  " 'I don't know what to make of  Minerva,' she complained. 'She's  either a\vandal or a'faddist, I can't  tell which.'.  . ""Why, this morning, just after-the  arrival of the Outlook with that cruel  attack on Tolstoy in it, she dressed  all the,while shoes with my 50-cent  bust of Mr. Roosevelt. The thing was  cither sheer laziness���������we happened to  be put of pipeclay at the time���������or-  olsc it was an ebullition of rage on the  purl'of a Tolstoyan faddist. 'What do  you think, my dear?' "  "Donald,-d'ye notice .what an awfu'  peculiar expression there is on Jock's  nice?"  "Aye," says Donald, "I notice that;  "lie's (Icend! tie's been doead these  four hours."  "What? DeCd! Why did ye no tell  me?" ' \  ���������"All/, ntf���������-nil���������no," said Donald;  "A'ui no thnt kind o' man to disturb  a convivial evening."  , '. TEA  Is Delicious  Always of High  and   Uniform   Quality.  Load packets only;  At all grocers.  J  She Was Not In It  There were three at the little table  in tlie cafe, a.lady and-two men.  Suddenly the electric light went out,  and tho lady quickly and noiselessly  drew back.  An  instant .later there-    was     the  sninck ok a compound kiss.   ' As the  electric lights went up each man was ,  soon to be smiling complaisantly.  "I thought I hoard a kiss," said the*-  lady, "but "nobody kissed me."  Then the men suddenly glared' at  eaclv other, nnd flushed and looked  painfully sheepish.���������Cleveland Plain-  Dealer. \  Absorbine on Broken Artery  Under dale of Jan. 14, 11)09, the following letter was received from John  L. Funk, of Butler, Colo.:���������"I am  writing you to thank you for the kind  suggestions and interest you have  taken iu my- case. My mam with the  broken artery,i.s entirely cured. The  swelling has gone- down and the leg  is its normal size again. The swelling  went down over a month ago and I  thought it might cause trouble later  on, but it is cured to stay cured. I  -would not take $100 for what $4.00  worth of ABSORBING did for this  marc. I havo been recommending  your remedy to others in this locality.  Tt i.s all you claim for it. I wish you  groat success with your medicines."  If you have a similar case, or if you  wish information concerning any  blemish on your horse, write for free,  booklet. ABSORBING at druggists'  $2.00 a bottle, or sent "postpaid upon  receipt of price. W. F. Young, P.D.P.,  238-Tcmplo St., Springfield, Mass.  Canadian agents:���������Lymnn's Ltd., 330  St, Paul St., Montreal, P. Q. t-  When He's "It"      ^  The fanner's life has cares and joys.  His   work   is  long  and   hard   and  rough; (  He slaves from dawn till after dark.  To raise and grow and own enough.  But there's a bright side to his life,  His sorrows he can always drown  When,   with his  teiifii,  he's  hired  to  haul  A busted auto back to town.  ���������Los Angeles Express.  ^  said   a  keeps a  Bonus  "Mother's compliments,"  youngster to" a butcher who  shop in the busy suburban thorough  fare, "an*-she's sent me to show you  tlie big bone brought with the piece  of meat this moniing."  "Tell your mother next time 1* kills  a bullock without bones in it I'll make  her a present of a joint," said the man  of meat, with a grin.  "Mother's compliments," continued  the boy, "an' she says next time you  find a bit of sirloin with, a shoulder-  of mutton bone in it she'd like to buy  the whole carcass as a curiosity."  This story would seem to show that  colored people have tough heads.  Dinah, crying bitterly,- was coming  down .the street with -her feet bandaged.  "Why, what on earth's tho matter?"  she was asked. "How did you hurt  your feet, Dinah?"  "Dat good fo' notliin' nigger (sniffle) clone hit me'*on de haid wif a  club while 1-was standin'\>n de hard  stone pavement."���������Every body's Magazine. .. ���������    '        .  The  Day After '  Saw me at tho circus?  Well, suppose you did!  I don't go to shows myself^  I went to take the kid I .  ���������St. Paul Globe.  of  The microscope in the hands of ex  p'erts employed by the United Stnfi:*-  Govcrnment has revealed the fact tha!  a house fly sometimes carries tli*-r.s'  nnds of disease germs attached to its  hairy body. The continuous use of  Wilson's Fly Pads will prevent all  danger of infection from that source  by killing both the germs and the  flies. '    i    ���������  ���������Ilarper's Weekly.  Thinking It Over.  "Don't you want to live In history?"  "1 don't know," answered Senator  Sorghum. "I never found any especial  satisfaction in the Idea of worrying  posterity with book agents trying to  sell my blogrnphv."   Washington Slur  Experienced.  -   _ A Reasonable Charge  "A tourist-in Georgia slopped- overnight nt the Palace hotel  in a little  village and expressed a desire to taste  Georgia    'possum,"   said    TTonrv   S.  Witty  When Bishop Phillips Brooks sailed  from New York on his last trip to  Europe, a friend jokingly remarked  that while abroad he might discover  some new religion to bring'home with  him. "But be careful of it, Bishop  Brooks," remarked a listening friend;  "it may be difficult to get your now  religion through tlie customs house."  "f guess not," replied the bishop  laughingly, "for we may lake it for  grunted thnt nny new religion popular  enough fo import will have no duties  attached to it."���������Exchange.  Painfully  Clean.- <  Amsterdam enjoys an enviable repu  tation for its cleanliness.   Owen Felt  ham,'who visited Holland in the sev  onteenth century, was particularly impressed   by   the -spotlessness   of   Its  streets and houses.   "Whatsoever their  estates  be,"  he writes, "thoir  houses  must, bo  fair.    Therefore   from   Am  sterdam   they  hnve banished  seacole.  lest   it  soyle   their   buildings.    Every  door seems  studded   with'diamonds  The nails nnd hinges hold a' constant  brightness, as if rust there was not a  'quality incident to iron.   Their houses  they  keep cleaner than  their bodies,  their bodies than their souls.   Goe to  one, you shall And the andirons slii.il  up In network: at a second, the warming pan muffled In Italian cutworke; ut  a third, the sconce clad lu enmbrick."  A Domestic Scheme  Mrs.  H.���������Why arc you so fond  Oriental rugs?  Mrs. IL���������I'll toll you a secret. "The  dirtier they get the more genuine they  look.      You've   no   idea how much  sweeping that saves.  The "Japanese erect "toothache  ahrines," to which they tie written  prayers that'they may be spared the  pangs. This is not as effective a  method as going to the dentist, but  much less distressing.  More Power To It  President Tnft wants the interstate  Commerce* commission to have more  judicial power. As it is now thnt  proud body can hardly do a tiling except draw its salary without stepping  on an injunction.  A one-legged   Welsh   orator  named  Jones was pretty successful in banter-  What Money Can't Buy. .  Money enn't buy everything. There  are no admission tickets to a sunset.  You wouldn't trade the look in your  boy's eyes when hev greets you at  night for a million dollars of anybody's  money, and If you keep a well furnished mind you can go into it any time,  you like as you would into a child's  playground nnd amusej*ourself watch  Ing your thoughts play leapfrog with  each other.���������Lillian Pascal Day iu Success Magazine.  What Is a Bohemian   '  Scott���������A   Bohemian is a clinp who  borrows a dollar from you and then  invites you to lunch with him.  Molt���������Wrong. A Bohemian is a fellow who invites himself to lunch with  you and borrows a dollar.  THERE'S NO USE  IN  Being' Poor and  Looking' Poor  ��������� Watch for our Exhibit in the  North Manufacturers-' Building  and see how your weather-  beaten barn would look with  a coat of our  'COLORSTAIN'  ������������������*���������  The cheapest and most .beautiful decorative for old, weatherworn unpainted buildings.  Carbon Oil WorKs,  Limited,  WINNIPEG,  CANADA.  SCHOOL OF MINING  ATCOL'LEGE OF  ���������^APPLIED SCIENCE  Affiliated to Qu:en's Unfoerstty  KINGSTON, ONT.  For   Calendar  apply  to  the  Secretary.  THE   p-OLLOWIMO COTjnSES ARE OFFERED  L    FOUR YEAnS' COURSE FOB  DEGREE OF U.Se.  II.    THREE YEARS' COUIISR FOR  DIPLOMA.  a. Mining  EnKlDeerin-;. ,'  b. Chrmlfltry  and   MlDernliicy.  . c. MlnernlOKy nnd GeologfT  >d. Clieitilcal  EiiKinerrl-iK.  e. Civil Englnec-rlng.  f. Meclilinlcal ICnj;iiierring.  K. Electrical  Enclnerrlntc.  h.  nioloRrj- nnd Puiilli- lli-nlfh.  I. Power   Development.  Weaver, of Atlnntii. to (lie Wii.sliiii������toiij ing an   Irishman,   when     the  latter  limes.       Nie whole 'possum, cooked  in ���������ronuine Georgia style, with 'tutors  on the side, was placed before linn.  " 'Two dollars extra for the ']ws-  sum,' said the landlord when the  guest, came to settle.  " 'It's an oulra(���������(',' said the piiest.  "'It's 'cordin' to- thW way vou look  at it,_ stranger.' said the landlord*,  'but it took nie six nights' swamp  wadin' to ketch that 'possum, nn'  when I kotehed him I kotched the  rheumatism with him.' "  asked him:  "How did  you come   to   l--3e   your  leg?  "Are you sure you know bow to  handle her, deur?"  "Sure! Didn't I read up nil about  sailboats in the encyclopedia before I  bought lii'iT-New York Journal.  A Long, Long Wait  He���������And so you intend fo carve  your mime on the scroll of fame before you marry me?  Girl Graduate���������Yti.s.  He���������Hut will you euro for me when  I'm bald ami eighty?  "Welt," said Jones, "on examining  my pedigree and looking up my descent, I found there wns some Irish  blood in mo, and, becoming convinced  that it was settled in the. left leg, I  had it cut off at once."  "Hy the powers," said I'at, "it  would have heen a very good thing  if it had only settled in your head."  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If,, enters the  ���������mulinitn school at Harv/irl in tlie fall,  If lie roaches his majority ho will lmve  n lot of alphabetical things trailing behind him nnd be able to hold .ioivn a  stool in some business ofhVo ut $0 n  week.   But he's bound to mlsn u heap I  Immaterial  A mellow old lawyer who used to  live on the banks of thn Androscoggin,  was famous for his firm distinctions.  Hut often after the shades of night  had fallen tho squire might havo been  seen struggling home so boozy that he  apparently could not split a shingle;  to say nothing of a hair. Ono night  when he was drunker than usual, he  staggered completely out of his course  and could not Nnd It. Realizing that  he was lost and drifting into unfamiliar regions., lie called at a house,  to ask for information.  "Madam," he gravely said to the  lady who came to the door, candle in  hand, "can you tell (hic)~mo whore  Squire Bliuil* lives?"  "Certainly," she said, and gave him  full directions. But ns she talked and  looked, and as her candle gradually  brought out the features of the man  before her, a puzzled expression came  into lier face, and she finally asked:  "But. isn't this Squirt! Blank?"  "Minium," replied the old lawyer,  nssumiiig n judicial air. "that is entirely (liic) immaterial."  Faithful Girl.  "You know, Miss Blank," said the  proprietor of a railroud'slatlon rcs-tnii  rant, "there Is n great deal In bavlng  your sandwiches look attractive."  "Yes, sir, I know it," replied the girl.  "I hnve-doue everything 1 could. I  have dusted those sandwiches every  morning for tbe last ten daysl"  CHEMICALLY PUR/FlfD  offer you more of  Better Toilet Tissue for the Same  Money than any  Nautical Learning.  Little Mcrnmid-J have rend of the  origin of the papa shad, but cnn'i find  how the nmmma shad was created.  Mamma Mermald-Slie was fashioned  from a rib of the pupa shad. Lltfle  .Merniald-Gee wblzl I'll bet he never  missed It!  Other Make on the Market.  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BRITISH .COLUMBIA.  11 IN, A  A  The Lover Won, and the Chaperon Was True to Her trust.  ���������',->  1  By   ANNAS.   RICHARDSON.,  "You are entirely too young and attractive to chaperon Ruth," observed  Mrs. Cuscadden, survoying her companion with a cool, critical glance.  VlJut she fairly has hysterics when I  suggest her going home, with me. And  really the dear child has seen nothing'  of. Paris, and she wants another,week  or so in London. If you could, my  dear Leslie"���������  Mrs. Leslie Burns lustantly replied  that she could and she would���������with  "pleasure. So it happened tuat Mrs.  Rogers Cuscadden sailed alone for  New York to settle some vexed questions regarding the new house. Her  parting warning to Mrs. Burns was:  "Now, remember, Leslie, uo* international entanglements for Ituth. You  know how Mr. Cuscadden feels on .the  subject. Besides, I want to bring her'  out this season heart whole. A love  affair Is always a handicap for a debutante."  Never did chaperon use more graceful tact in executing her trust. WltlK  out making enemies she warded off  .the "many admirers attracted to the  vivacious young heiress until George  Hackett appeared'on the scene, dropping from some unheard of point In  the orient. Well bred, well groomed,  well tailored, breezy.and alert, he was  diplomacy proof.  Attaching himself to their party of  two, he proved distressingly convenient and desirable. IIo'knew his Paris  by heart and steered his countrywomen from boredom with a skillful  hand. Ruth boldly espoused his cause  and Informed Mrs. - Burns that she  was having a much jollier time since  Mr. Haekett's arrival, whereupou Mrs.  Burns read her charge the first long  lecture of their companionship���������not  that it would do any good, she argued,  ~ for hdw could'any heart whole girl  'withstand George Hackett?,     '  When the stay in Paris dre_w to a  close Mrs. Burns heard with dismay  that Mr. nackett -was/accompanying  < them as far as London. And London  ���������was but Paris repeated. Mr. Hackett  knew-just what points of interest Ruth  would enjoy and what she should  navold. lie was more useful than Baedeker and Infinitely better company.  But when, the day' for sailing-from  Southampton was set and Mrs. Burns  learned that the ubiquitous Mr. Hackett had taken passage on' the samo  boat despair filled her soul. To the experienced chaperon no episode is more  heavily charged with danger than an  ocean voyage. At flrst she had been as  rude as her gentlo nature would permit, but the more chilly her reception  the more assiduously would he devote  himself to Ruth. If she occasionally'  .relented and treated him with gracious  tolerance Mr. Hackett showed eager  appreciation of her favor and waxed  brilliant  She was thinking It all over tonight  ns she sat alone on the deck. In less,  ���������s, than twenty-four hours, the captain  had said, they would be in New Yorlc  harbor. Then must come the accounting to Mrs. Cuscadden. No doubt at  this very moment, under the cover of  songs in the saloon, Mr. Hackett was  whispering into the ears of Ruth those  tender words which he should not be  permitted to whisper.  The traitorous chaperon felt a sudden twitching at her heartstrings.  Should she defy fate in the form of  Mrs. Cuscadden? For herself It would  mean but a broken friendship; for  George Hackett it meant happiness for  life. 'Strangely enough, she did not  seem to consider Ruth's happiness.  She was thinking only of her girlhood,  when Haekett's friendship had been  such, a very dear thing; when she  would have given him���������promised him  ���������anything he might ask, but be had  not asked.  The singer had finished, and the soft  strains of n popular waltz floated out  on the night air. A great wave of tenderness swept over Leslie Burns. Why  should she stand between the man she  had loved and the happiness he now  craved? ,'~ r \  Alas for the confiding, complacent  Mrs. Cuscadden and her maternal  plans! ��������� .  Mrs. Burns drew her cape more  closely and shivered slightly. A shadow fell across the bar of light streaming from the gangway. A voice clear,  but not loud, broke tho silence brooding on the deck.  "May I have my cigar out hero with  you, Mrs. Bums?" "Then as he dropped into tho chair at her side: "What  a bore one's traveling companions become directly land is sighted! I don't  blame you for getting off. to yourself."  "Oh", itv wasn't that exactly," murmured Mrs. Burns. Then, with the nlr  of trying to fill in an nwkwurd pavs'e,  she added: "But there Is a subtle Joy  ih feeling thnt tomorrow night we  shall see the New York harbor lights  gleaming. There's no place In the  world just like New, York to us."  "Sha'H you stay In town?" queried  :p[.nckett. ,  "Just a day or so. I've a week prom-  " Ised to Mrs. Davenport at Tuxedo."  "Glad to hear that.   I shall be In  "Tuxedo next week.   Harry's taken a  box down thero for the rest of tho sea-  sou."  ."But tho Cuscaddcns will be at the  bot springs until their new place is  finished." The remark sounded strangely flat to Mrs. Burns, and lustantly sho  ^rfvlsued sho had not given vent tp her  thought. Again sho coveted im nwkwurd pause. "Dear me, I wouder  whero Ituth Is this very minute."  "When I. saw her last, dancing with  young Ransomc���������a harmless youth. 1  assure you," ho added whimsically as  Mrs. Burns mado a motion to rise.  "Don't go, please, until��������� I have something I must tell you before we land."  It wns comlug. The guilty chnperon  closed her eyes figuratively and prc-  ���������parcd to take tho plunge. Sho would  pledge her aid nnd give It.  "U-sllo"-  S.lie started. Five years had passed  since she had beard that nanio from  his lips.  Vaguely sho wished he had  "Do you remember when father sent  me abroad? I was fresh from college,  not much more than a boy. I knew little of life���������women least of all. My experiences abroad with fellows 1 liked  first- bewildered and then fascinated  me, and when fathers-wrote I might  make another year of it I was wild  withdeiight. /  "But you remember I wrote to you  regularly. I supposed you understood..  When I read of your coining out I was  tremendously proud. Ithink I ordered  lilies; of the valley for "you by cable.. T  remember, .too, thinking that when  you'd* had a season of that sort of  thing and I'd finished my jaunt we'd  settle down and be���������very happy. I  never dreamed that you were wnlting  for mo to'say so. I thought so clever  a girl as you could.read between- tho  rlines of my lettersT" and somehow I  wanted to hear a certain little word  from your own lips." -     -   ���������  Tho woman at his side started to  speak, but be waved her aside. Tho.  crjmson glow of his" cigar hnd turned  to gray ashes, but be still clutched it  between his fingers.  "The letter announcing your engagement reached me In Madrid. I've never been in the place since. When I  reached America you and your, husband had gone abroad. For a year I  tried life on tbe street, but I could not  stand for It. Then 1 tried shooting  lions  In  Africa and  tigers In  India.  ��������� That went better than fleeeli'������ lumbs  Ih Wall street. I was visiting with a  mighty good fellow on Curzon's staff  when I heard���������quite by accident���������that  you were���������free. Two days later I  turned my face westward. 11 did not  intend to stop in Paris, but you wero  there. I thought���������great heavens, how  I hoped���������you'd be glad to see me, but  , you were not.   And, Leslie," his tone  LINGERING WEAKNESS  FOLLOWING DISEASE  Can.  be  Banished   by the  Wonderful  Tonic'Powers of Dr.Wil-.  Mams' Pink Pills.  WEALTHY POETS.  Bardship  Mean  How often it is that the victims of  disease���������fevers, measles, la grippe or  any - other contagious troubles are  weak and ailing, even after the disease itself has disappeared. They do  not pick up. strength as they ought;  remain listless, tired and, discouraged. The reason for this is' that the  blood has been impoverished by.'the  ravages of the disease through which"  the victim has passed. Strength will  not return until the'bloodls enriched.  The blood can be enriched by no o'ther  rnedicine'as quickly and as surely as  by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for P!)le  People���������to enrich the blood and  strengthen the nerves is the whole  duty of these pills���������thousands have  found them beneficial in bringing  strength after disease had left theni.  weak and run down. Among those  who owe good health lo these Pills is  Miss. Laura Hisco, New Koss, N. 13.,  who says:���������"Following an attack of  measles f was left greatly run down  and suffered-from a bad cough. I was  advised to use Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and procured half a dozen boxes  Before they were, nil gone I had regained my strength'; my cough had  disappeared and T was once more enjoying perfect health."  The experience of Mi:*s Hisop is  that of many others. Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills make new' rich, red blood  This new blood strengthens the_nerves  and banishes such ailments as rheu  matism, neuralgia,  lumbago,  dyspep-  aboard ship. Before she finished Hackett, possessing himself of both her  hands, exclaimed:  ' "And you really thought It was that ful fit my husband will have when lie  child!    Oh.   Leslie,   Leslie!    Couldn't sees the bill!  -you read the truth in my eyes?"    Mrs.   Burns   suddenly   recalled   her Digby, N. S.  duties  as  chaperon. . She" withdrew Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  her'hands from his masterful grasp. Gentlemen,���������Last August my horse  "now could I look you In the evo was. badl-v m} in el5:ven Places b? n  when I knew I was unfaithful to tho  trust Imposed on me by Mrs. Cuscad-:  den?"  The old piquant humor rang in ner  0ine  they  had   no  beneficial   result  voice.    She had risen.    From the sa-. At last a doctor advised  me to  use  MTNARD'S  LINIMENT and  in   four  weeks'  time  every   sore  was. healed  music.   The deck was free from prom-  enaders.    They   were  alone for  tho  first time in five years.  *       *       *       *       ���������       ������       *  "Oh. what will Mrs. Cuscadden say?"  Hackett bent over her to gather up  her wraps.  "I really don't'see that she has any-  Mexicans have a nice delicate way  of saying even unpleasant things.   A  thing to do with our little affair, pro-'young Mexican  lady,  talking with a  vided you return her daughter heart   prisoner hi the .penitentiary, politely  whole nnd free from international en-  "-"''���������   "u~- ���������- ���������- - -l  tangleuients," he'answered joyously,  Does    Not    Always  ,   Starvation.  That poetry is not so badly paid af  ter all is proved by Mrv Algernon  Charles Swinburne's will, the pro-  , bate of which was recently granted  Mn London. His estate has been valued by the sole executor, Mr. Walter  Theodore Watts-Dunton, at $121,000  gross, including personalty of the net  value of $99,500. The whole of thn  property haa-been left to Mr. Watts-  Dunton. /  Tennvson left $235,000. He appoint  ed .his son his literary executor, and  bequeathed to " him all his manuscripts, literary, works,- and copyright, subject to the payment of the  income therefrom to Lady Tennyson  for her life. Lord. Tennyson's estate  of Aldworth, the Farringford estate,  the manor of Priors, and the rest ot  his real"estate were put under trustees for Lady Tennyson for her-life.  The copyrights of the late Poet Luu-'  reate's works were valuable, and  Tennyson was paid by the publishers  handsome sums for his poems.  Robert Browning, of whose will "A.  Tennyson" and "F. T. Palgrave  were the-attesting witnesses, left personalty in England of the value of  $33,300. The will was in Browning s  own handwriting, with the initial letters of all the nouns substantive in  capitals, after the old style. Victor  Hugo, who, like Lord Tennyson, attained the age of eighty-three years,  -had personal estate in England to  the amount of $460,000. Dr. Charles  Mackav's property was valued at $13,-  000, and that of Eliza Cook at $10,000.  Matthew Arnold's estate amounted to  $5,000 His will, in his own handwriting, was one of the shortest that  have ever come under probate: It,  was: "I leave everything of which I  die possessed to my wife, Frances  Lucy." Mr. Frederick Locker-Lamp-  son left $150,000, JVlr. Coventry Pat-  more $43,000, and- Mr.. William Morris, who died in 1896, $225,000. In the  last-named case, however, it is tolerably certain that poetry did not contribute a very large share of the total.  r        ������������������   Medical Women In India.  A very 'strong presentment of a  case for reorganization of the Countess of Dufferin's Fund for providing female medical aid to the women  of India is contained 'in a report  upon its working published in the  journal of the Association of Medical  Women in India. The criticisms are  directed at the inefficiency of much  of the present surgical .and nursing  service, at the management of women's hospitals by inexperienced  local committees, at the misapplication of funds, and many material  matters of administration in hospitals supported by the fund. As regal ds the first of these criticisms,  considering the conditions under  which medical women are appointed, it would be remarkable if the  highest medical talent ,were attracted. The women doctors aro badly  paid, they have no chance of promotion, and no pension -to look' forward  to, while even definite, rules for leave  are not io existence.  As regards the other points, a sufficient explanation is to be found in   ..^.c ��������� ^.^v   "ic-  fact  that  the  fund  is  organized  asked:    "How long do you expect tb   and  controlled entirely  byjnen,j*nd  be away from home?" " '"'" "  "'" '"  sia, etc., and brings'the glow of health  was actually commanding, "I.want to! to pale checks. Tke Pills are sold by  know why." ' all medicine dealers or at 50 cents a  The woman hnd been listening with  box ������T six boxes -for $2.50 from Tlie  bowed head, but with a strangely hap- [ D'"-  Williams'  Medicine  Co.,   Brock-  py light gleaming In her eyes. Hesltat--Vlllc- 0llt  ingly. incoherently, she explained her  conduct', In    Paris,   In   London   nnd  Two Fits  -  Dressmaker '(standing  off  and   admiring new dress)���������What a beautiful  fit!  Customer���������Yes. and what, a beauti-  barbed wire fence. 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Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cts. a  box, at all dealers, or Edmanson,  Bates .& Co., Toronto.  ARREST AM ARCH FIEND.  DQN'T BE AFRAID  that Sunlight Soap 'will spoil  your clothes. There are no  injurious chemicals In Sunlight Soap to bite holes in  even the most: delicate fabric.  $5,000 are offered to any  one finding adulteration in  Sunlight Soap. ���������,���������  A  shadow  fell   across   the  bar  of  light, then another, and the figure of a'  girl was silhouetted against the brll-,  llaut interior of the ship. j  "Mrs. Burns, where are you?  We're  to have a good old fashioned Virginia  Peevish, pale, restless, and sickly  children owe their condition to worms  Mother Graves' Worm Exteniiinatoi  will relieve them and restore health.  Nothing makes a girl working at a  the women doctors have practically  no voice in the-.hundred and "one  questions upon which they alone are  able to speak with any authority.  Naturally, a civil surgeon or political  agent cannot be in a position to report on the inner working and efficiency of a purdah or zenana hospital  reel to celebrate our last night on comfortable salarv more tired than to I \J w-1,ch h's s.ex Preye,,ts. *���������'{." h���������m  board. Do hurry up! We have a part- marry a fellow and discover that iiiBi������-E access, and yet that is tiiesjs-  ner waiting for you!" I wngos are less than she had been re-   ten1 now ln force*    ^ hat' ln fuct*~18  Then ns Haekett's dark" figure sud- ceiving.  denly loomed up behind Mrs. Burns he ~  glanced mischievously at Ruth and ex-;_..A S;lf.e Pill���������f������r Suffering Women.���������  claimed, with a-happy ring of owner---I-?? ^Vf'?,1* ^ # women which per  ��������� nuts of little healthful exercise, is a  fruitful cause of derangements of the  stomach and liver and is accountable  ship in his voice:  "Won't I do for her partner?  I rather think this dance Is mine!"  In the Chemistry Class.  for the pains and lassitude that "'so  many of them experience. Parmelee's'  Vegetable Pills will     correct irregu-  wanted is tho appointment. of fully  qualified medical women to superintend aud organize the whole work.  A  Needed Shower  Isn't that a lovely shower," exclaimed Mrs. Randall to her friend in  tlie parlor as they gazed out on the  -sudden downpour.  "Yes, we need it so badly."  "Need it? I should say we did. It's  a God-send! Why, our golden-glows,  hyacinths and roses out'-in the back*-  yard are shrinking for the want of  rain. The sprinkler can't take the  place of rain, you-know."  "Indeed not."  ','Oh, I tell you, this is just lovely!  See how it pdurs! And to think ill ,t  just when everything threatens to dry  up and everyone is praying for rain  nature answers these appeals and  sends us beautiful Good heavens!"  "What's the matter?"  "I've left the baby out in the yard!"  ���������The Circle. y  ' No Place for Gabriel  A western detective was discussing a  Cleveland crime whereon he had  tailed.  "1 take no shame to myself," said  he apologetically, "for having failed  on tnis Cleveland matter. The Cleveland crooks, you know, are the best in  the busne-ss."  He relighted the stub of his cigar.  '*l'ou know wimt John li. (jough  said about Cleveland?" lie continued,  with a faint smile. "In taking leave  oi the town Uough said solemnly:  " 'if the angel Gabriel happens to  light in Cleveland tiiere will be no-  reaunx'Ction, for some Cleveland crook  blow a single blast.' "  What every man knows���������the ideal  place to send your wife for tlie summer months is some inacessibie little  place where she can't teiegrapli for  money*.  Try Murine Eye Remedy  For Eed, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes,  Granulation, Pink Eye and Eye Strain.  Murine Doesn't Smart; Soothes Eye  Pain. 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The most deli: ^h6.,.11^68!?^",^^?,8/-6^,^ ult  of-drilling students in the chemical 'cate woman can use them with safety,  terms applied to various "familiar sub-j because their action, while effective, is  'stances.    For   instance,   the  student milcl and soothing.       .must know very early in. his ^studies     __    ..'���������_..   ~~    ~~... ......  to refer to water as H20.  "One day)    , ������������������ Mysterious  a new pupil was asked to;give the .r9">, clear," sighed Ivr husband's  sign for water.-and, although it is one1 "lfe- ; V c;in - <-'"���������, n -P."> anywhere,  of the first learned aud one very gen-1r ^/,er.where a11 tlie Pins.go.to any-  crally known outside of technical, .;T-,mt.Ra difficult question to an-  schools he was stumped. But all wa? swe,.������ -.^ ,lis-wife-i ,,������������������ band; ..bft.  not lost. In this Institution, as prob-1 C(Ulse they are alw pointed in onP  ably in many others, there exists a ( direction and headed another."  sort of student Red-Cross, which ex-|��������� ,. ' -    '  tends first aid to the perplexed by the  whisper route. Immediately, a halt  dozen voices buzzed answers In his  ears.    Maybe  it was the confusion;  is the avowed ideal of Mr. John Hen-  niker Heaton, who celebrated his  sixty-first birthday recently. Amongst  the most notable reforms which. Mr.  Heaton has brought about might be  mentioned the Imperial Penny Postage scheme and the introduction of  Anglo-American Penny Postage. He  also introduced telegraph money  orders in England, as we'll as parcel  post to France. Mr. Heaton is a  self-made man \vho went out to Australia in his teens and took a post as  clerk in a country store.  Uncle Ezra says: "It alius seems  foolish to look fur a needle in a haystack, but sometimes in doin' it a feller hez run across a nest full uv hen's  aigs.":'  Dysentery corrodes.. the intestines  and speedily eats Tiway the lining,  bringing about" dangerous conditions  that may cause death. Dr. J. D. Kel-  logg's Dysentery Cordial clears the intestinal canals of the germs that cause  the" inflammation,-'and by protecting  the lining from further ravages restores them to healthy condition.  Those subject to dysentery should not  be without this simple yet powerful  remedy.  A Man of Many Titles.  The  Duke   of 'Abercorn,   who,  as  chairman  of the West. London  Hos-  The Canadian Pacific are-now running  five  palatial  steamships     each  week   between   Fort   William, '  Port,    --. -   ��������������������������� ... ,  ,  Arthur and Owen Sound.   The'trip byipital. has mado a special appeal for  maybe he picked one out of several or  the Lake route i.s a pleasant one dur- help on behalf of a girl who lost both  combined several in one.   Anyway he  ing the liot weather.  blurted out,  zette-Timcs.  -H-o-s-e."���������rittsburg Ga-  Ar> .Insinuation.  Stella���������I said something to Jack last  night that he declared made hlra tlie  happiest man on earth.  Mabel ��������� Indeed! But aren't ..you  , aware that this Isn't leap year?���������Houston Post  r Conquest  Knicker���������We linve achieved the conquest of the air.  Bocker���������Except the hot variety.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Distemper.  His Own Fault  Poeticus���������No, sir; I'm not getting  stuff back from. the publishers now. .  Scriptor���������Is that so? Don't forget,  old man, that you are always welcome  to my stumps.  The Now Butter���������"1 beg pardon, sir.  Would you mind my keeping a private  auto of my own, sir, to use when I'm  not wanted, sir? I find the fresh air  chirks nie up a bit."���������Life.  Strictly Speaking'  Miss    Gush���������My little clog and 1  have just had our pictures taken together... Beauty and the   beast, you  know."  Mr. Inwrong (patting* dog)��������� Yes;  he's a pretty little thing.  arms in a tramway accident, is a  .nobleman who holds the proud distinction of possessing a peerage m  each of the three kingdoms, and is  further distinguished by being the  Duke of Chatelhi-rault in' France. In  Ireland the duke has a marques-sate,  a viscounty, and three buronics, and  an earldom, six baronies, and a bor-  onetcy in Scotland. The Duchess of  Abercorn, by the way, is in the dairy  "All  men are born  equal." quoted': *���������{������������; "A\ ^ jr,;h home sho run8  the mornlizer.   "Yes," rejoined the de-   ������������������',?���������,   ,i���������irv  mn-nl,W "n,wl     *l,n     ommlittf    .Inn- I  &     n>.0ll.C-      ""T  inornlizor,     "and  the equality. stop3  right there."���������Chicago'Daily News.  There was a man in our town,  Exhausted all his health  In madly avaricious aim  To win the goal of wealth.  And when the same he had attained,  With all his might und main,     *  He vainly lavished all his wealth  To get his health again.  He���������T believe I can hear your  mother coining down to say "good  night."  She���������Oh, no. Mother, is a late  sleeper. It must be the moid coming  down to lay the fire.���������Sketchy Bits.  As  Ordered  A produce commission house which  prides itself on tilling all orders correctly recently received a letter from  a customer sitying:  "Gentlemen,���������This is the first lime  wc ever knew you to make n mistake  In our order. You ore well aware that  we buy the very best country eggs.  The last you sent nre too poor for our  trade,   Whnt shall we do with Ilium?"  The fair fame oL-lie house for never  making an e rror seemed to be -nt  stake, but the bright mind of the  junior partner found a way out of it.  lie wrote:  "GontlmiK-n,���������We are very sorry to  hear that our last consignment did  not suit you, There was, however, no  mistake on our part. We have looked  Uf)* your original order and find  that It rends as follows:   'Rush  fifty  ./\mtov tutnit.���������..Wa u/nn'  l.linm Iiml.''.'  ..._    ,   on   practical   lines,  supplying seve'ral largo Belfast firma  witli butler and cream.  Who Welshed the Archdeacon?  No man has a greater love for animals than Archdeacon... Wilberforco,  whose wife died a few days ago, und  it was while speaking ut u meeting  ol Our Dumb Friends' League that  he told an amusing story of tho days  of his youth. Ho and a few chums  escaped from school, and saw Blink  Bonny, whom thoy'each backed for  $5. win the Derby. Tho horse won  at 20 to 1. "It minis no other horse  ran before," said tlie archdeacon,  when telling the story, "but the bookmaker who had our money run u  good deal faster."  Manitoba Crop Acreage.  The Manitoba Government Bureau  of Statistics estimate the incrensed  crop acreage of 643,370. The estimates are: Wheat. 3.012,497- acres;  outs. 2,192,410; bailey, 236,603; flux.  278.835.  The Party He Belonged To  A matron of the most determined  character was encountered by a young  woman reporter on a country paper,  who was sent out to interview leading  citizens.as to their politics.  "May I see Mr. ?" she asked of  a stern-looking woman who opened  the door at one house. ,  "No, you can't," answered the  matron decisively. "'  "But I want to know what party he  belongs to," pleaded the girl.  The woman drew up her tail figure.  "Well, take a good look at me," she  said. "I'm the party he belongs to!"  ���������Universalist Leader.  How   the British Troops   Followsd and  Caught  Surajah  Dowlah.  The loss of Calcutta and the hideous tragedy of the  Black Hole were  no  sooner  reported   in Madras  than  an English expedition was 'despatched   under  Colonel   Clive   to  recover  the captured fortress and avenge the  crime perpetrated   on  the   unfortunate garrison.    In the hostilities' that  fdlowed,   Clive  defeated   the   forces  of   the  guilty   nabob, .Surajah   Dowlah, on the plains of Plassy, and regained   Calcutta,  while  the  conquered prince fled in trepidation back to  his   capital   of  Moorshedabad,   being  the first to boar to his subjects there  -the news of his own disgrace.    The  royal   fugitive  was.   however,   followed up by the English in conjunction  with   Meer Jaflier,    a   native   chief,  who  now became the recognized  nabob   in  place of the  fallen   ruler  of  Bengal.    The deposed  prince  held a  council with his advisers about midnight   after   the   battle, . and   there  refused  all  advice to surrender, - expressing' iiis   determination   to   proceed  further up the  river to Patna,  where,   through   the    fidelity   of the  governor, he.expected to find safety.  Accordingly,   he  disguised / himself  in humble garb, and  with a favorite  wife and one attendant, 'who carried  a casket of^his most precious jewels,  tie boarded a barge and set out.    Arriving at Rajemahl,  a good distance  from  the starting-point, his boatmen  insisted   upon  resting   for   the  night  after    their   exertions,   and   the   ex,  nab'-b  sought concealment -in  a  deserted garden.   In the morning, however, .a man of-low caste, whose ears  the   prince,   in   a  fit   of   rage,   had  formerly   caused   to   be   cut  off, discovered him, and in  revenge betrayed  the  presence of  the enemy to a  brother of Meer Jaflier.  A band of the new nabob's soldiers  at once hastened to the vicinity to  seize their prey, and surrounded and  arrested Surajah Dowlah while "still  in ��������� the garden. The captors then  conveyed their prisoner back to the  capital, subjecting him during the  passage to every species of indignity.  Arriving there, the wretched prince  wn3 dragged like a felon into the  palace he had so lately occupied  with all the pomp of eestern royalty,  and Meer Jafner at once gave order3  that the captiv* be withdrawn while  the council deliberated on his fate.  Some recommended clemency, others, among them his son Meeran, a  mere vouth, urged the-safe expedient  of instant death. The new nabob  .hesitated, and in the meantime,  Meeran persuaded him lo retire and  leave the care of the prisoner to his  hands. With some presentiment of  what would follow, the nabob yielded, and Meeran lost no time in sending a band of assassins to tbe apartments of the captive. The latter met  hi* fate with weak and abject lamentations, and his remains were a little  later borne through the streets upon  an elephant, an act which served to  reduce his servile followers to implicit obedience to,Meer Jaflier, behind whom was the might of a power  which later established the Indian  Empire under British rule.  The Prize Puzzle of the House.  So Sir John Gorst, who recently surrendered a pension of $6,000. has b?en  described, on account* of his independent political views. In fact, it was  said, when he cut himself off from,  the Primrose League, of which he was  a trustee, no one but- himself could  understand them. Be that as it may.  Sir John bus proved himself u clever  and successful politician, unci has filled manv offices. At one time it appeared us though he would some day  be a bishop in New Zealand; he was,           ���������  ,...������������..I  ,-n,,rwr r-imihriHc-e prad-i ������'oreiald. ������nd that Bald firm will pay the sum of  One Of several >Oung L.limDliac.t giu-i   i 0N������;   HUNDRED   DOlla1iS   for eaoh and every  U'lte-;   who  enlisted   with   Bishop  oel- | caaa of Catarrh that cauoot ba cured by tho use of  wyn' and   went out to  New  Zealand| H-u/a catakhh cuk-,   ^^ -^^^  to   help-in ��������� the ������������������evangelization-. OI  tlie [     Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence,  Maoris.    He   edited   a   paper in   he (   '_^_ *'  interests of  the natives called    The j I SIAL I  Lone Sparrow on the Housetop,    but | (::-vr\  Maoris   wanted   bullets.     Ihey   naci  no ��������� ������yBtem. 'Send ior testimonial*, tree.  lead, so they raided the office, stole      Bold-^M ^^ cheke* ���������  the type, and melted it down. ���������-- ���������--- -  Not  the  Rule  On the morning of the entertainment his mother suggested that he  should take 'his little sister, about  four" years old, with him. He hung  his head.  "Don't you want to lake her?" his  mother asked.  " "No, 1 don't" he answered.  "Why not?"  " 'Cause there ain't none of the  other fellers has to bring their children," ,was the reply.  Corns and warts disappear when  tieated with Holloway's Corn Cure  without leaving a scar.  One Way of Regarding a Tonsure  "Nellie Dingle, of Crick Hill, told  me one clay how folks say Crick  church be got so 'igh. Says she,  'Charlie, my husband, says ' Crick  church bant nothin' to Shield's,  church, where 'e was fur Christmas;  'cos 'e says up there the passon was so  'igh 'e 'ad a 'ole in 'is 'cad.' 'Never,'  says 1. 'Yes 'e 'ad,' says 'e; a 'ole''  most so big as the palm o' me 'and, or  'ardly that, but bigger than-a doughboy in a stew.' I says, 'Well,' Charley,  wbateffer did 5e 'live that for?' and  Charley say, -'Well, Nellie, they said  'twas a sign of 'oliness.' "Oliness?'  says I, 'a 'ole in yer 'cad ain't to nie  no sign of 'oliness, but rather loss of  'air.' "  I  ts.  ���������lATE or uhio crrr or Toledo.  Lucas Counti.  Frank J. Chisiy makes oath Uiat he to Motor  Sartner of the llrm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doinr  uiineu In'the City of Toledo. County and State  Don't experiment with unsatisfactory substitutes. Wilson's Fly Pad-;  kill many times more house flies than  any other known article.  Sim's changed her nanio.   Not married  ���������no;  We don't say tlii^ with malice;  But silly thing���������'twas "Alice" once,  Now spell it tills way���������"Alyss."  Quo of tlie most unfortunate things  of life is thnt men get into wrong  places. Sometimes the fault is not  their own. Possibly their attention  hail not been called to the fact by  wiser men that they might be more  succcssfull at Homotning else. For-instance, a man who is a poor barber  might ho ii good Hah ucaler.���������Boston  During the election campaign a candidate hired a cab to take him to and  from a meeting at which lie had to  speak. At the hall there was a crowded audience when lie begun his  speech, but it gradually dwindled to  one man. Pleased with/the attention  of the listener, the candidate paused  in his speech and remarked���������"I trust  that 1 am not trespassing on your  kindness, sir? I shall be done in ten  minute.*." "Ten minutes," echoed the"  other, "I don't care if yer talk all  night, so long ns yer don't forget that  the keb's at the door."  Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in  Cows.  Vicar's Wife���������There! I knew it  would be wet���������simply because I arranged to have my garden party today.    .  Vicar (emharassed, but constrained  to supply a more satisfactory reason)  ���������Well, my dear, you know we had  prayer for rain on Sunday week,���������<  Punch.  "Arabella," said old Bil'iyuns, ns he  finished his dinner, "t am going to  ask you to do.me a favor. 1 want you  to give your young man, .Mr.���������Mr.  VVatshisiinmo���������a mesHage from me."  Arabella blushed and looked down  ut her plate.  "Tell him," the bluff old millionaire went on, "that I don't object to  his staying here and running up my  gas bills, but that 1 do object to his  will steal hin trumpet before lie car  carrying away tlm morning paper with  Iilm whou ho leaves.''  When- Bathing Was Rare.  In some old English court memoirs  of the eighteenth century it is stated  that When George IV. was a baby he  wns bathed only once a fortnight.  That was thought to be plenty often  enough in those days for a child to  be washed. When one of George's  little sisters hud measles the royal  mother gave most careful instructions that the child's linen was not  to be changed too soon, as she feared  that some careless attendant would  clothe it in garmehts insufficiently  aired and so "drive in the rash." In  those days people were much afraid  of clean linen and bathing.' It was  believed the complete bodily ablutions were weakening, yet prince,  peer and peasant alike called in at  every ailment the doctors of the  period, who bled them into a state of  weakness  and   sometimes death.  "The Surrey Poet."  At the moment thousands of cricket  followers are wishing Mr. Walter  Craig, "the Surrey Poet," a speedy  recovery from a serious illness.  Cruig is the man whose rhymes on  cricket nnd football, nnd the men  who play the games, have sold by  the million. His witticisms are famous. At Lord's one day, after a short  speech to a group of spectators, who  were being told of tho literary gems  he wns willing to dispose ol for one  penny, n conrso-witted listener shouted out "Liar I" "Yes," said Craig,  "there arc two of us, and the man  who lies for nothing is a fool. I  make money by it." "Good old  Cruig!" .remarked a listener; "he always gets his oVn back."  So It Would Seem.  They were talking about silverware  down at the general store the other  duy. Farmer Bellows said he thought  this firm turned out more silverware  tliun any other, ond some of the rest  disagreed with him. It was Farmer  Stubbs settled it.  "Seems teh me," said Farmer  Stubbs, "these here Sterling people do  u lot o' business. Yeh see their noma  on most everything."  this 'th day of December, A. D.. 188G.  A. W. QLEASON.  Notakt Public.  Kail's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and act!  dlreotly upon the blood and mucous aur'&cea of t>  ���������Rial Aim        'Qki-i*1     In*    liitfllmAnU 1b       Ipaa  St CO., Toledo, ..  Take Hall'i Family PUU for con-tlpatlon.  An earnest stage aspirant dramatically announced.to the manager that  unless she could obtain an engagement she would kill herself. To quiet  the lady the manager agreed to hear  her recite.  He listened for a few minutes; Then  he unlocked a drawer in his desk and  handed her a revolver.���������Lippincott's.  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put up in  small bottles that are easily portable  and sold for a very small sum, Dr.  Thomas' Ecleetric Oil possesses more  power in concentrated form than one  hundred times the quantity of in any  unguents. Its cheapness and the  varied uses to which it can be "put  make it the poor man's friend. No  dealer's stock is complete without it.  And to think that Annette Keller-  man, the woman diver, gete real  money for splashing around in the  water these hot days.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Mark Twain one day incorporated  himself, just for fun���������Mark Twain,  Inc.���������like that. Bet lie quits laughing over the joke when the assessor  comes around for the 2 per cent, corporation tax.  Wilson's Fly Pads, the best of all  fly killers, kill both the flies and the  disease germs.  A hoy was holding a lighted candle  for his master, a plumber, who was  engaged upon some repairs on a water  piiw in a dwelling house. The hoy,  being a little cureless, put the candle  too near his muster's bend, und up  went his liuir in a blaze. The master  turned round in a rage, and, after inflicting punishment upon his apprentice, said: "You stupid idiot, can ye  no' watch whit ye're duein'? The fowk  i' tlie hoosc '11 think we hac heen  singeing a sheep's held wi' the smell  we're HCttin' up." "Awccl," returned  the boy, sulkily, "they'll inebbo no'  Im far wrung."  Pretty Good Tip This  The delegate to test Antipodean  feeling on the All Keel route has returned to Canada with tlie assurance  thnt ultimate trade expansion between Canada, Australia- and New  Zenlund is certain. In the mean?  time Canada should look after trade  ut her doors, Mexico for example.���������  Ottawa Citizen. . .  Queen's University  J   f   11 KINGSTON  and Loiiege  Ontario  ARTS  EDUCATION  THEOLOGY  :    MEDICINE  SCIENCE (Including Engineering-'  Students registering lor the firn  tim������ before Octobei 21st, 1909, ma-  complete the Arts course without ot  *rn dance.  For Calendars, write the Rcgistrp-  OEO, Y. CHOWN, B.A.T  Kln(t������iot������ rKitufiu iPW*    1,-eDGe,    G-fttJEflTWOOf),    tmiTISH    Cf^TH|��fA'.
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Alexander
(PHOENIX,   B.   C.
���Is a comfortable home for
.the miner and traveler.
-Good meals and pleasant
.rooms. Pure liquors and
-fragrant cigars in the bar.
���JR.  V.  CniSnuLM, Pjiofiui;tou.
eron.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and
Repaired.
Dry Cleaning a Specialty.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
I THE
Arlington
GREENWOOD
Is the place for Pecp-o'-Day Cocktails    and   Evening    Night-Caps.
Buttermilk  a specialty during the
warm season.
C. A. Dempsey, Prop.
Never speak ill of your   own
town or people.
Tjie  working  man  carries  the
world on his back.
Some business men are too dead
to write a live ad."
BILL'S TRIP EAST.
No man can be a tyrant' unless
he has the opportunity,
Foutuxe will soon be tapping at
the door of the coal merchant.
Without women there would be
no parsons or churches in the land.
In thp. Vancouver Saturday Sunset A. W. Sills has a poem about
two partners, Jim ami Bill, who,
after many years, paid a visit to
their old home in the east. We
print the portion of it that will appeal to all western men who have
visited their old homes ere their
parents had'crossed the divide to
push clouds with the angels. : *
I stepped on the village platform���Good
Lord but the place looked small!
I looked for the old time landscape and
it was not the same at all
Is pleasantly situated in the heart
of Grand Forks and convenient to
all the commercial.and financial institutions of the city. The proprietors aim to please. all who
dwell within the portals of their
hostelry, and feel justified in stating that tlie food and service in
their dining room is seldom surpassed in the province. The bar
is replete with beverages ranging
from local beer to the vintage of
France. It is not necessary to
wait for a windy day to smoke any
cigar in the house. Travelers will
find a warm reception and a pleas-
is delicious in taste and free, from. impurities.", Order
a case or bottle at the earliest opportunity.
(Limited.)   "  "...
g The Pride of Western Canada. Phone 13S, Greenwood
* e����s&����83��s��s���� e e cos-s^seeeesocssoeoofiseseeeeMeMf
Leading Tailor of tho
Kootenays.
Kaslo. B. G.
Seventh Annual
The stream I once thought a river had
shrunk to miiddy""crick."
The trees I once 'thought were giants
were not more than .two feet thick,
Aud I had not been  there an hour until
ffcl could plainly see
.  Ik you cannot find   the elephant ^i^-IffiS & m!? *"**"
in Inoeuix you   can  see  a bear at   am going to dwell on the welcome I got
at old father's house���
I crept up that night to a window, mak-
^ ing no more noise than a mouse���   '
Father sat in a rocking chair,  perusing
the weekly sheet,
While in front of him was a footstool upholding his stockinged feet.
I gazed on tho  hills and   valleys  and j ���nti -,,������.��� ���( n,n nr������K���
blinked like a sun-blind bat, ant llomo al tho ^i&nhy.
And wondered what ailed my childhood's 1 r-r,, ji    ��     **���%     �� H
home it seemed so Lame and flat! fJ-'FctSCF   Ot   f^ClSlS8ll
;ei*moo
AND
-Leaves Greenwood for Spokane
pt 7 a. m., aud for Oroville at 2:30
jP. ni. J. McDoxell.
.IIISJ-IIAI,   ACT.
.Certificate of Improvements.
-notice.
jUounty Mi'i-i-nl Claim, .-i u:itc hi llio flir-eii-
wooc.1 Minim; ['irUion of V:iio Di-ti-iet
.Wliere locate;: Oti Wallitcu .Mnuiitiini.
JKTAKE'xoTICE Hint I. Svrfucv M. John-in,
���free Minor*�� ('erUliciite N'o. II I'lV'i.uiul I'liiliji
'Ji. Spi-iu-Vr Stiiiilio-i'-. Frcis .Minor's Ccrnli-
<:.ito N"n. I! :iil3-', iutond. si-uv iliiv* from
itlie date hereof, to upplv to tliuiMiiiliiR Ke-
���forrier for a Certificate >-f Improvement*, for the
nurposuof ulitiiliiln^aCroiviiGrjntlotlie above
*-l;iim.
'   And fint'ici- T.il-c no'.ioo that nciloii. under
M-ctloii .'17.11111-I ho  i-omniowuil  hofore the i.-au-
Jiiice of aiioh Corliliciiro 1 f Improvement,).
���   Dateil thii Sth il.iy pf July. A. li, V.i[fJ.
allXJMtAI.   ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
. .XOTICR.
^Volliucton Mineral Claim.sltiuitp in IlioClroon-
wood  Miniiiit  1'ivlni >n   of  Valo  MMriet.
Where looiiteii: On'.Wnl!uce Mountain.
TAKK XOTICI* that I. Thomas Hoiiir.ierlo,
.......    4-sf t <wi'    ��� .ni *    *��     ��� it'riiiiin     111111 itlt. I J I'
Fnc Mini rs (Vrtilifiite JTo II 2W>, James II.
SloNVII. Kroo Miner's Certilio.-ite N'o. H yj|.-:i,
f-iilli'i Sin lies. Free Minor's Cerlilinile .Vo.
Jt^ik'iTI. and James N*. I'nton. Krea .Mln-r'.s
/-���(���rtiliciil.! Xo HiCI'i, intend, .ilxtv dnvs
7rnrii tin; dale hereof, to apply" to ilie
iMIiiiiU: Koeoider for a Cortlliratr.i- of Improve-
rnciits for tlm piu-poie of oliliUnini,' a Crotv-ii
Lira nt. of the almve c-l.-iim.
Anil furilier take n.tiee Ihnl  notion, under
Section .'!7   inn-it. lo oo.uineneed hefi.re tl 0 I-
auiilioo of .-noli Corf IIH'iilo'ur Improvements.
'  Dated this -Mb (In- of .luly, A. I). hn:i.
fletuma**ketHotel
Is the home for all tourists
gild millionaires visiting New
Denver.   iJritish ' Columbia.
HENRY   STEGE.   PBOPR.
Nelson, B. C.
Sept  22nd, 23rd, 24th
Bigger and better than ever.
Cheap rates on all transportation lines.
Sports,
Horse Races,
Free Attractions
Do not fail to see the possibilities of Glorious Kootenay.
C. W. Busk,      F. A. STARKEY,
Pres. Mgr.
D. C. McMORRIS, Secy.,
Box 95, Nelson, B. C.
two of the wet groceries.
The permission of the conditions
iu the Congo Free State is the
greatest.crime of the age.
Aim as is one of the cheapest
things iu the world, and from " it
many people get a start iu life.
Tiik business mau who does not
advertise in tlie local papers is indirectly knocking his own business.
It is said that in ��� Canada there
are no editors or printers in jail.
This is a tribute to their cleverness
or morality.
^ Lv Vancouver Local Option is
the name of a little auti-booz.* paper that has just jumped iuto the
journalistic arena.
An auto rolled over Billy Sunday without killing him. The report does not say how badly the
machine was injured.
Max cannot live without birds
and they are getting scarcer every
year Some birds we can do without and save money.
Tin; people who advertise in this
paper are the friends of the men
who work iu the mines and smelters of the Boundary district.
Oxk reason the girls of Ontario
like to emigrate west is owing to
the fact that it is unlawful to sell
ice cream on Sunday in the east.
Lady Syjhl Gkky will be a heroine iu Ottawa from this time forward. She shot- a 250-pound bear
in B. C. without having the animal
tied to a tree.
On the table right at his elbow a pan full
of apples sat,   ;
While dozing in  front of the fire was
hunched up the family cat.
And over a ways sat mother knitting a
woollen sock���
I waited outside no longer���I did   not
hold up to knock���
i just rati iu and  held my face pressed
..close to her withered cheek.
And wc stood that way more   than   a
minute, for it did not seem right to
speak.
I'm not going to tell of that evening, of
t all that was said and done,
There are some things you can't ^teil
strangers aud I guess maybe this is one.
But there's one thing I must own up to,
that it made my old eves fill
To hear Mother calling' me ''Willie" after twenty long years of" Bill."    ,
But I could not get used to the countrv
and I'd feel as guilty as sin
When I'd wake .up at night and find
Mother by my bedside "tucking me in"
And one   night after  she'd   left me I
heard poor old Father say���
" Yes, Mother, our boy has come home
al last, but he has not come home to
stay."
I lay there awhile, athinking and it came
to me like a shot,
When   a  boy   knows  as  much   as his
Father he has wised up a whole blamed
lot.
Corporation of the City
of Greenwood..
rUBLJC NOTICE i�� hereby ---Iven to the
electors of the inunieiimlii.y of the City of
GreeiiH-ood, tlmt I require the presence of th;.-
said oleetors at the City Hull on the 13th Idiiy of
September, nt 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose
of electing persons to represent thorn in the
.Municipal Council as Aldermen, onealdcrman-
in the North ward, and one nldurman-iii tlm
South ward.
The mode of nominition of Candidates shall
buna follort-s: *-
The cumlnlats shall he nominated in *vritin<-;
the wrilin-f ahull lie subs-ribed by t��-�� voters uf
the nnmicipjlily :i�� propter and si-cuinler, and
shall be delivered t.i tin: Heruniini; Oilicur-it
any lime butwi-en the date of the notice and i p.
m. of the d-iy of Ihe nomination, and in the
event of :i poll bein�� necus-ary. such poll will bo
iipune.l on the llltn d.y or September, lHWi, at
the City Hall, in the City of Greenwood, of
H-hieh evoi-j pu'���on i- hereby required to take
uoliue and j-overn himself aocordinftly.
(li) Al-er tiu-liist municipal election, the persons qualili.:d to be nominated fur and elected
as Aldermen of .fumh city sliii.il be snch pei-s'ius
as aro mule UritUli subje-jt-. of tlio full :i(-u of
twenty . no yens, and are not di.-q*'alilkd under any law, and tu have boen for six montlu
next proceeding the day of iiomiiiati. n the
registered owner, in iho l.-.nd Kegiatry mlice.
of land or reiil propprty in the city ol tne assessed velue, ou thu last municipal' ns.^es-iiiL-iit
roll, ofiive huiidro I ibdlars or moie, over and
above any registered judgment or charge, and
who arc other-isc qualified us * municipal
voters.
Given under my hand at tho City Hall, Green
wood, the 9th day of September, l%v.
G. U: TAi'I.OH,
Hcturiiin-,- Officer.
Greenwood, is tho  home for workingmer* of all nations.   It is:J
convenient to thesirielfcei* on the hill.    The' dining room is sup- -
_��.plied with tasty,nnd substantial food, while the bar contains the"
| best  web goods, in   lhe  market.    Electric  lights  all-over the
: 2 premises. *  Hot and cold baths. *
i-'Ola  Lofstad,
WATER  NOTICE.
Get your Raze rs Honed
and your Baths at
Fraw ley's
Barber . .
Shop, Greenwood,
Du.vcan- Ross seem3 to be a little Blow nbout getting out that
daily paper in Vancouver. Can it
be possible that somebody has cut
a hole in the sack ?
Investors in mining propositions
should examine the.-Argo tunnel
now being run into the mountain
south of town. Ola Lofstad in his
oflice at the Hotel Ladysmith can
give all the information desired.
The Xorthport smelter will be
enlarged and have a zinc refinery
added. Then it will employ 800
men.
Iloliiies & Kennedy have in stock
a large variety of tobacco?, cigars,
case and other pipes, fishing tackle,
shaving requisites, cutlery, aud
innumerable odds and ends.
Coxi-idence and faith penetrate
the   body and   fortify   it against,
disease and trouble, while fear in-| Valley Dew.
vites them.    Crush   all fear and
you win the world.
In the Orient cimp Paul Lapland of Colville has a contract to
run   a   350-foot   tiinuel  into   the
Tin;-*f.; was a dark day  recently
in  the Hamilton,  Ontario, police
Insurance of any kind is a good
investment, whether life, accident
or fire. In L-iioenix D. J. Withe-
son pays particular attention to
this lino of business and tho-io iu-
were lined 65 each.
PPvO\/lHCE  HOTEIi
Otnnd Forkf, i.s ;t Inrartj tliroe-storey
^irick..hotel tlmt proyitltHi 'tlie public
,with u-no'l iiiii.'ils anil pliius.-uij; ro.-inc.
ji now building, but tlm hihhi- old rates
l/vMIL i.AHS-KX Proprietor
'LOWERY'S CLAIM
During the 37 months tlmt Lri-vpry'H
pliiini wiih on -'firth it (liil business iili
Over tliu world. It �����-��� tlm most
jjii'imie.'iiiflepeiident ond (cnrltm juur-
H/il in-i-i' produced iiif.'iinnilii I'nlltlcnl
hnd lln'olivk'.-il eiiemlcfl pur<.iicd It with
flit! ymioin of a nitlli!!��!ifik*- until tin;
^ovei'iinic.iit shut it out of the ninils,
���find  lis editor cc.'i.s/iil   to   ->111>IihI���   It,
f'wittly on ;iii;oiiiit of a'liis-y liver niid
iiirtly Ikkmiiku it -Ink(is n pile of money
o run ii pnper tlm! is outbiweil. 'Jlit.-re
re still 'Jo different editions of tliN eon-
'.{elrioed j.iunml ill print. Send lOeonlo
jjji'i <*et one or $?. 50 nnd fet Hie bunch'
mt" ll.T  l.nWEIIV.
','    (Jn-HiMViMul, JJ. C.    !
Hotel...
Grreenuiood, B. C.
Tlie oldest hotel in the city, nnd still
under the Haine rnann^eini-nt. Rooing
eornfortable, inealB equal to any in the
city, and tlio bar hfipplles only tho best
Corner of Greenwood and Government
streets. , .     ,
J.. W. Helson
court.    For gambling on  Sunday, P13 Iin,�� ��,     ,
probably   black-jack,   2b'   negroes  ter(:-stGl-  should, consult   him    at
their earliest convenience in person or by mail.
Tho population of D.iwson Las
fallen to 2,000 people. '
For Sale���A good team of young
draught horses. Apply to the
Phoenix Dairy, Phoenix, B.C.  11.
A floating pontoon dry dock ia
to be built at Vancouver.
NOTICE is hereby given that an application
will be made under Part V of the "(Water Act,
MOO," to obtain a live-isc in the Osoyoos JDivi-
8ion of Yule    "strict:
(a) The nmno, address and occupation of the
applicant is Joseph II. Duhamel of Midway, B.
C, Farmer..
(b) The name of the "lake, streim or source,
(if unnamed the description is) Myers Creek.
(c' The pout ol divorsion U about 1.000 feet
In a southerly direction fiom the S. E. corner
post of Lot (KU, Group I, Osoyoos Divinon of
i ale District.
(d) The quantity of water applied for (in
cubic feet per second) i* 0110 cubic foot per
second.
(e; The character of tho proposed works is 11
ditch ami flume
(f' Tho premiie- on which the water i.s to be
used is Lot tiO-l, Group I. Osoyoos Division of
Yale District, II. C.
(ft) The purpose for which the water is to be
used is irrigation.
(h; If for irrigation describe the land intended to be .irrigated, (ririn-r acrciffu: About (*���)
acres mostly aloiif,- and adj'iccnt to Myers
Creek.
(j) Arca.of Crown land intcn-led to be occu-
liied by the proposed works. 6 by 1,000 feet for
right of way for ditch and Hume.
(k) This noilce was ipo-ted .011 the Third day
of July, l!��w. and application will ho made to
the Cuiniiiisiioncr on the Twentieth day of
September, 1M0.
(I) Give the nainos and addresses of any riparian proprietor or liconsoes who or whojo
lands are likely to be 'affected by the proposed
works, cither above or bvlow Iho out.et: J. II.
Jackson, .Midway, II. C.
[Si��iiatureJ J. II. DUHAMEI,,
[P. 0. Address] Midway li, C.
Witness:   0. J. Leg-salt.
The Kootenay Saloon
Sandon, B. C, has a line 01 ner-,*e
bracers unsurpassed in any 1110110-
tain town ot the Great West. A
glass of aqua pura given free with
spirits rrienti.
PROCTER &
.ACKWO
NELSON, B. C.
Real Estate, ..   ���
Mines,
Insurance and
Fruit Lands.
CORRESPONDENCE    SOLICITED.
The Knob Hill
STARKEY & CO,
NELSON, I!. C.
WHorjesAus
dkaJvUrs in;
Produce   and   Provisions
Frank FJptphcr
I'ijovuvcial La no Sintvicroii,
Nflsnn( P. C,
Jimmy Asiido-vx lias given $100,-
000 to the Wesley college of Winnipeg. Tins makes it almost certain that we will now meet Jimmy
in tho paystreak of Heaven.
Tun Bank of Commerce does not
permit its employees to marry until they earn $100 a month. Girls
ivlio fall in love with junior financiers will have to fctucly the art of
waiting.
Lack of iidvertising is one of the
reasons why eo many excellent
mining properties aro* lying dormant around Gieenwood. Ore cannot walk into town any more than
a shoestring can tow a boo.n of logs.
Kvk.v if the mirth pole has been
found no benefit can be derived
from it, us it is too cool for a .summer resort, and transportation
charges arc too excessive to make
the mining of ico a profitable investment.
Wm-.w Fernie was burned out nil
the world wont to its usHirtance.
V^hen (,'oal Creek was badly
scorched, not n ;sonl camo forward
will) n dollar,'prnvinp Mint you
WATER   NOTICE.
If you need a fountain pen call
and see Holmes & Kennedy, or
should you want your damaged
pen repaired they will attend to it:
Lord Strathcona is SO years old
and for 71 years ho has been connected with tho Hud-son's Hay
company.
Holmes & Kennedy are agents
for tho celebrated ������jyowport" chocolates and also earry a largo line
of fresh confectionery.
Tungsten ore is found at the
Kootenay Jklle, near Salmo, and
at Hard��c��abWe^c��eek, Barkervillo.
The celebrated Red, White and
Blue flour is only $0 50 a barrel at
Brown's in Ferry, ��,Wash.
yy*!.-!'-^?0?!' Assayer, Noloon, B, C.
NOTICE Is lioreby Klven that an application
will lio made under ''art V of the ������ Water Aet,
lnou," toiib'nltin license in tho Osoyoos Division of Vale District
[��J Tho name, address and occupation of
the applicant I!|- JC.|J UifpttiU [ Kent for the
Mulwny Fruit I.i-ml & Power Co. of 1*. O.
Drawer 7ti. Vancouver, H. (J ,] of Midway, li. C.
[1>1 Tho name of the lake. utMtun or Bonrcu
[if imnawed, the dwcrij.lion U] Myers Creek,
II C3,
[oj Tliepolnt.ofdlvnrrflim ti about II 700 feet
from tho mouth of 'Iyer.- Crock, li, C. bciiiK
the place of tho pr-posed reservoir for atorin-r
the mt-aiisi by which it !.��� pr.-posed'to st-.ro tin-
water Ixiiii-r a darn, ure*,.&o, Hubjoct fj mir-
vcyor'g report.
[dj Tho quantity of watt rappllefl for [In cubic
ftct per hoooihIJ U four cubic feet per second
[cj Tlie character of tlie.propjsod works Is
pipe, ditpli, anil flume from feservuir by means
of a ilntii, . * .
[I] The pi'oml-ii.��� on which tlio water Is to be
used [describe s.iine] Ij liots .l.'i ami -l.'fl, Urouii
I,in U'oyoos Dlvlalon of Valo Dl'trlut, 1J. C
fit] Tlio iiurno'o.- for wiiioh the water 1. to he
used is Irrigation.   -
[Ii] If for Irrigation describe tho land Intended to.lie irrh-atoil, -rlvi-iK iioronijo, in J,ols
���l.'i and ���!��, Group I, aforesaid, uuriti-iniii'r Ml
acres, moro or less -
||| Area of Crown land intended ti) be occupied hy the proposed works, il li/ n,70(| led f-jr
ri��ht of way for pl|��, ditch, or lliirno,
[kj  This notloo wiiHliwslud on iho lltli diiy-nf
AUKilflt, 1000. and npplicutloii  will  bit made to
thoCommissIonorou tho 20th day of Scpleni
bcMWH). *      ���
[I]  CHvoMis names and lUldrossos of any riparian proprielors or llcoimooa who or whoso
lands are likely to he nliectod by tho proposed
works, oilher above or holow tlio outlet i
Joseph IT. Duhamol, Midway, il *0.
3. It, Jnokaon. Midway, II. U,
[Hlf-imtlirel 0. J.. LKOOATT,
Afiont for tho Midway Ifnilt Land
ikX'owor Co,,
���;..... - fP.O.-AdtlrcsaJ Mldwiiyjl, 0 .
. -.-���Phbeialx, B.C. '
Ib half way up the hill and just
the place to drop in and invest
some panga for an excellent glass
of beer. Tho other beverages are
tho best in the market.
CJnas,  IH again, -Proprietor.
ALEX.   STEWART
EHOLT, B. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Stationery nnd
Fancy Goods. Prci-criptiouH com-
piuitided with careful promptness.
Orders by mail * receive prompt
attention.
T^ilwoiiTTfousi
The...
Id^I o o o -.
^ Phoenix
' s
Is an excellentiiome for the men
who work in the mines. The dining room is supplied with the best
in the market, and the rooms aro
warm and pleasant. The bar contains a fine line of nerve-bracers
and cigars that aro a pleasure fco
smoke. Drop in and shake bands
with the propricter.
J. B. Boone,
Ppopvieiop
Lakeview = Hotel
* NELSONVI3. c/'.
Is ii homo for Miners.    Rates $1
a day. ;'All White Help.'  ,
N. Mau.kttk    -    -   .rji6i-uii-TOBr
Nelson. ��. C, is run on the
the American nnd European
plnn.   Nolhiiif- yellow iiboiil0
the house except Ilie gold in
t��*e Siife.
Regular monthly mcctinge of
'Greenwood lodge No. 28, A. F.
;Afo ���. 	
/SJ* & A.'M., lire hultl on Hie first
Tliuiadity inoacii month in Fraternity hall, Wood block, Government
street. Greenwood. Visiting brethren
are cordially invited to attend.
"���'AS, s. lillt-VIK, Snor-itnry,' '
W. F. M.
Greenwood Minors'
e   IM.  lJ,liol1> No- ���-''-��  VV.
< , F M., moets every
Saturday evening In Union Hall, Cor-
; per Htreot, Greenwood, nt 7:80.
A Iho in hull nt  Mother Lodo mine
Mrxlonc     .V*    'lVfffiIf;ie; ''"'''Ky '.'vmiln/jrHnt 7:!K),
l icMOI?C    tX     U-CCJUKIS,        0��0. IIKATIfKRTON, Secretary,
autw # mrmntnmwrm m
KASLO  HOTEL The Hotel Slocan
KASLO B. C,     .
Is a comfoi'tablo. homo for all
who travel to that city.
'< P00KLE & PA.P.WOKTH.
1 hrce Forku, II, C, Is the lending
hotel of the city. Mountain trout
nnd game dinners n specialty.
Rooms^rcHen'cd by telegraph. /'
���HuaH.l'HivEK.iPr	

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