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 Yr*-A  ft'  ;^.'.':ldl  K'v  Wm  WWM  'iimgm  'JtO;;d):C?'  ���g^W  :"E3ST  S3  iHS  i  ���ta? ;'  ;MDYIK;^  AS   Zai .*������,.    *\ Ea 5  Mo;;,^  d': 7ritilt;'!h;;;j  ' :��� .Tlie 5,iAJC;r<f;fijr-3.,,'r  The'makpg^ : the*'  ; output' f of the ' St.'Eugene:: baa.beeh  somewhat delayed on account".orytlie  ill.nea:add'6f;'.'Miiba"ger'.' Aldridgeof "fbe j  Trail, smeiter- ��� Jrfe lias 'been . at* the:  ���Banff: hot springs'"' nn til wi thin, .tne last,!  .few days. ./Mariager Cropin, i��:: having  rf conference:With bim' today east',of  here on. Crow's lie at road.7/a7  tSmsd;of.IriteFest;'Se-;  LOCAL MEWS,  ��MW,  W)  U]  m  >55;  S3  o'-'cJ^oSa:  ��'  'fell,  gag  'mi  ilk  'M\  ^--. .T��w.^AT>.���afgj'lg'**���Bl**"'ill m . ��� ��� aw^'Mi-*1 jr'"*" w���*   JS.---. ���aTg.~TL ^^T^.   -      v--iL   ��� *>c���^.  ��^���*_  ��� ^"*��_ ���   -~����w.   f^r^r-  iM  SS!  wm  \1*M0zaW^^W^^  ���5Sr^?=^/ ry^^^=s^"?^'rSSi-*"-sOi��y:a.v  WM&  7-  if  mm  -A^sm^ff^  ii'o"i^sit^  iNOK''BRANGH,dSf':��� Af^^d:;^��y';:A-;dw F-;.P, 1^AtPfeS.:i^GR-1  '-,. *."....-.' -"-'*��� ':���- "'-";-'-." ".������-   '���',  ~A~~'~a'1 V - A ���'������'-'.''. 'Jy  yhe\;.'j3.onfes,i3  A&eyd)r��wr^  yj;*'dI)rewryfactioM  ,: ThedCiberale,-Oi;|he./-TJraubrb'blc'.':r.id:r.  ing.lia.ve|rnadertwo;p'nsnccessful;ed  |a;:;ynoniiiiat3y-ay eandidatey'fvAt'; the:  meeting dinvd'Criinbroo'lc '-Wednesday;  ev:eiii'nKi';the;gr.'ater portion':of tiieytinie:  wag taken'tip'by,cqrnm:ittee^workr and  InyseUlin'g^auabble:^  ferehtdfact]6hs.f f\Iarysville;haddt^vp  sets of; delegates,^  .portdDrewry-iind the ���other fp;,oppose!  diini.y.ris,yv!is;;,;finally: agreed d to/allowd  obe.-nian;fr6m:eaeii':fae;tiony:av  Ibefpoiivln 'tiohfd When AiieAfneeting  was ready to ;nomiuate7ar.7nbtidri was  ^,ade',,tp'';,'.ndriouVn.rA  Uie ^nti-Drewry "factipn,diand'rtlna;ywa^  carrieddby awofepAlOfp.S.''���'' The liext..  convention wnibedieiddbn Wednesday  &u*uSt&9'th1\^  y y ^oiirceyy and7 GcMpiletdt   ;  AvwMl ^Pen, ..Scissors;���'7:7  aftdd  'd. Ph'ilip a,Conrad; was .An' Cranbrook !,d ���/��� 7",yy7f .'��� :'7f  -.ftf-ay.^  nidv'ed to Michel? 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" "��� -':   ,.'    ,;' ��� *��� .���      7  ':��� 'John Burch,:wondtpe: boafcf racj3 'lagt  .Saturdayrevfe'nibg.; '/" d:y:'v;':/7drd       ������;���/  ���:'A-dtri|erod%Yi)ldbp;''^  -T,bursday eyenihg.dydd-A ��� 7yyf;f''',   f-;  y* Mrs; Gdll.'M'pir of CranbrookJ; spenti.  the week!'visiting friends ip Moyie.' y v ;  yf.v.Th"e7fiB^  noveii'ifbetterfhah^at the -preaen'trtimeA  *'f ���'��� Gi' ���'r0ain pbell, y wif ed-;and Miss' Eli deliy I 'r  ^eieiydindCranbro d��rsP ,:df.r the  :-;veekd.::':';'/' 7 f':'y/.;:;p~y"Jd;"y,y;y*A?;v7dd:.,>'ffv  ,.-Chas.; 'I^nrrelljd .of7:\tbe"';:;Westerh;!  hdteI;:���it.llpl'ri9:3ty^]\Ii-ries,.'wa3���:i^  ^Du-eaday.-; ;f "f>r. ���;*.-..; .7,:;:d;;y,:'';f.f ^ 7'dd.y'd',"  df a?di\L Roberts; of;the '%nv of';Arnold,'  '&''������ Kobettsy:;Granbrool7d '^asdihd:: tp,W'nd  1?a'esda.y;dyy ;d:7dy.jl" ,'f.f'.''yv.ydr y; 'y '(d ���:  df .'0ysdKlpg:A'yill'-; liaye 'i efiarge A.ol" tbs  St..;::Eugenef concentrator AwhenAtbey  iaiine.::st'ar|a,.:-r:yyv.rrt;;.yi-;;vyd:;d::'yy  y * Andrew '"Johnston is ���up���.��r6raf Feriiie-  pn:iidvisitd: :He"haayhptyyyetydecided  Aybere"lie: will locate.:' 7d:':.'7;-d; .'7 Avf d.  -r , 'ThereditorrdfthedLeader .received*^  ',"',,>..;:���.;stock quoxat^onj,,;: ������'���..:,." .  r 'Ffsrniehecl 'by: Esale,'::iffutgnisOn &: ,  Elwell,'brokers, Moyie;rBrGy7y ,;    .  Crdw'sr^feet Goal;.7'  S.td.Eugene.,. ..''....  ^orthStar..:.r.>'i.y7  Sullivah,.:.-. .,-.;....:'  Er.rj:. 'Cany;Gold;fFie]d37  [,}',!.��� Gdlcohdadf df. f....  ,..-.'^"U:!War::'Eagle,,,;.7.;.';7.:  ;d AJsked.- :7  d-Bid.  y'.^od.oO'ffSGO.oo  KPayne  | American Boy'.'.'dy \���';.'-  Albe'rta.Coal Co...;.  East;:C...ITr:.C6al,fr :  fji.' 13 tigenp MouiitHiii  Gun:. Oil&.��� Coal Ltdd  ��tOLi/c  Rob'erdFitzsinipionB,. .iornier eham  poari: hefi^wciglit; .of theyworld; find,,  rMiss'.Juliaf'May���,.-iGifford;? tlie r nctre'ss.-f  AvereAmarrjed: -;aty 'thed Palace di'btel  ,i n r San :Fra n ci tr co t ii is^wee k :r: d ��� rd-d 'f df y  f d'(|n;/ Au gu s t yi4,; rJa m e 3 f J: *;. ^..Jcffii es^  ���preBentr.holder of '.Uid*''it:,tley.Vintl-: ,Tiiip*?S'  ���'J. G6fbett,;vyiip;Wi:ested; itdfrciiprjpbe  L..SulHvaii 11; 'yearodlgo^'wiilKbattle-  for'tlie heavyweigliii' charnpionship fof  "the'Wbrldd;:';' - -d7'" '.f-.;7"7:' ''A ,!df '��� f :-::7d::'.;.;  o;   ThftrWestern.Federaticn/.o7;MinerBy.  althoijgii but-twelve years'-rpldyr. claim  itor:b^ved2p0:':unich.sr:and:,ainr;;emborahip  of ,75,000.;;: It, is said td;b,e fthey richest  labord ���organization ,.in'ytheTyprld,fits  :.-d :,fi:8Af  . -17  AA-vaIU'Av  A.a'AAAUa'i  a'"a':-"MaAa  '1?  .���.'���'���:. -u.  '.������A'vfio, ���.;:.*������  :-A ISr  '���.'���-��� '.-yi5-.'-���������'  n  7-d-"20; -.-,'  AVIS  .���:7d.,;...5*;*f *  ...,d J  a 8.50     ,  :.'   ' .".'v..A75.i.f a.  A.'.   ..:,'*: f -IP ,-rv.d.  .1:   f7 3.50f'  P ..(���'   ;    -ro Trnosr it mav coxckkn.  ���'������ i. '   *   "   ��� .   ��� ���������,    A'.:' "'|wV��' ���"-' - y ;-.'..-���.- ',-'���*'���.  -.y. Ifyoti: intend 'pnrcliftsingd property  iilTiroyie don't wait tiotilf the .mines  open :fip,:;:bti7-:buy1 r ho\Vc,y ��>ee D, J.  Elmer'd" -Hefiasi'kyts ffor ysale in all  part't* of tp>yn. ������:ArlaO^tpreSf housoa'and  .stipbl(?s,.for,:ren t. y'-f;;. ;d.' ,,: ,7f d:d.77  '0mservAtMaPiMtfM��  wealth?beingesfimated at over���$3,000;-  gift^pf.a.:.beautifal:; boquetrrofr.flow  fromfh^Rifdrrfarm^ad^^eek^;.-^  -.:.t-^l���.�� ���u^^.MLi^j.vjincncgEc^axr-.-a  ,',W.u.cm.-.a-:.je7/.;,G3-3rfi  AA. -:���;'���"'���;������:,;'���..;���:.;���.-���';������ l'OLI.TlcA'I..;.",; a*yv.yA  ���A rE.f-J.dbeaneA of,: the: :Mlson dDaily���'. *'J  .,if ��� '!     ������'i,.-',:AA        ''.A*    ������.. ...      '.'���.* ,!"   *..-���     -   A.    '<;.,.    .���,-."���������?, ��� *'. -    *v  ;>fe\vsy;has:'received7he.Lib  a tion i n ��� t liedKandoops ��� d is t rib t. :d d;i: <f: ���  ;:;rGbyernor AMackintosn.^yia.:,, gaining  : pop ii 1 a rijLy 7 ���'tl a i 1 y ;?*aa7tb e ���, r'p ro^pe c t i,yc  'G.pnserytiyfed'.',^  proyincialrt eleetiofir iiidy thoySossla^nd.  . dig trie t,A:'���������?���: '"���'��� :":.'-',r''.v'.:;'''- :;/'-''''"-'f:-;;: "���'.���������'.;,;: a'"'"  ���.; ���   y ��� .-r,   /"������"��� V" '."���        '���' .,*-'������������" . ;::,���   .;������'.���;:;';��� :' s-'::,..'A":: ������..  ���dJi.d^dHarv'eyji^im1 'Gayip aiiid-vari'ies,  Ryan'will be'the, aspiranta:iifc d'ihe*:OSn-:!|'-d>r:.i!-*-!?��-*,.v:--y.*f  spryatiye.  dnpniinat-ingd    cpnyentjonj      *** ' **   *'  wbich;;vyill   bev'hejd in :tGranbrcpk"ypn  U.u<iuBt"iSth.".;.... aa-vaa.: ..*���������.y' ���. ,*.rv' ry. f  J. G. Dre^s;rv| A.-TS'?Glark-4in*aI jd���;��� Pd!  Tliedrprinter-id ony the--'Spokesman-.  FarrelVvpedin^  .;asrd.el,e ga tss: to , tlie: Liber a 1 con ve ti p n.-..'  -: /Dr.; Harvie :of Granbrook has/- ran ted  a! .suite of rooms it7'���' the ���'���'���. JParrell. block  ty,  ������'..;   ������:��� ^'' ,:������'���. ���.,������     -   :    ���-'   ���������,.;���   '���'���-.t      ,':.-;-'-.'   ���   --'���     .���'���'���.'-   ..���','���:���    -,  and''will;:be'.located d. liere ^permanently  ...::*. '���   -���������.: i'.A,.1.-'-.,������������������ ; 'I,'- A-lAK \. A ..":',^.A.Al,A. ��� A  ;:- yd ���--'���-'- :  ���- >-r :i ahi-ft.r r-ISfo issltevof the paper!:u_ppeared  day nigbt.: Tbey were getting:-.-,.-p4'"'; for;  ,djj.y.f,sii'if taridr��.4.50sdfor fnigb t/shift :'df;  fsevenraiklron-i'lialf^fioursyraha 7truck,'  .for !i*^,.pG "fdiflay shift ;;andi|i5'ior night  ��� A.'djosepl:. /JJourgcine, fdrfsome rtimerpMOnduy, and ;a' very".sicklyfone^fTuesf  Copk.atfhe^entraiEoipi^ ^Ve'diiesdayftlie pie^ri wentdbae)*;  agaiu'ana in'tof 03fjbing'inlodbt:sinos3i!'to Vvork.on':their' -new**'scaled;pending;  "A - ;. tL. li; i.i 't'll-A. V '''I *',-!<   !!-'���:���.'���'''-"���'�����'���.*   ������>��������� ��� if-'-. ������������:,?''���':��� ���'��� I,'   '''ll   .���:,"*.���-;���;-.:���:���.���'���������:���..>?������' ' -:--. .���-.:.���.������;.''.���;��� , -..-...-  ���."?-'  ���  v.A. a. -���������:....���,..      .���:/,- ji the settlement of ; their di5erence3: byr  ,.,..,... ,. :,r;;v."'.,;..   ;A'..a   ���'.;i:i.-' '���''.'.].-,. _-;-A';-. '������'���.:.'���'���;'���/���'-.���;-��� rrrp-lAA ��� -A   ���;*������ 5'.������"���- ���.���:;.-..; A ���..������.���,�����.���'���������������...���. r  J'fSv-'Mac^atxE-achsrn'- -returned ������4a3t.'-i--a-1iI4-t'1:r-;\-tffiP---*-'A--''  ..*���. A.. ���-,.*- r   i'. .--sr.^'-i'-.;;.,.;-r;. ���������;--��'f'. ''���-r.   ;j -������;���;���*���������' :���''"  Saturdav.from.riia .yisvt to PrLneevdSa:-*-':   ,      dr      :77  KftSSSSI  z^tt���: y^;^ ^7^ -vyrz^s-/^ ^.^r^r^r^i ���^���y^^-z^A^^^.^.^ j  ���i&i  fear  .CAHTAL, ���(Authorised).. .77 .dtvggOOO.  ; CAPITAL, (Paid :Up).d..:A,.d..r>2)983,b96^'';  d RE$T'-. .7.7f.v:.;.',-; d.!. .."j..-'...:'��� >. ���'. ��� /���>2)b3b,dl2    ���  [E AD-OFFICE, TO ROHTO, ' ONTARIO,     d ;  :    ;d  '   . MERRITT, Pres,   D.fR; WILKIE, Yicc-'Prep; and   Gen.*.;Man  [AY* Assistant Gen;>Ianager.:   W^MO'FFAT, Chief Itpipo^to?;  t .   A eeneral tanicitigfoudi*1  ?:������ ������dneas'.transcctexi.":'d';--'f :������  i  -.>',"!govsrnment has.,been  repeatedly' ad  �� \ vis.ed of theduepessity' oi seme n'ork be>  ��������� CAVlcpte/t at.Hcvolstoko,: Sepibmljer dtSth; 1903.)  :..,'.i; "I'littt.'tf.is 'toil von tionr'eaflirms the jioHcy ot  the .party 111 nie.tter,i ;of. provi'ndl a! roads and  rtraOs* thexwnei'sliip r.airul coutrol ;of"rhil\vavi:  randyttio^ devcl^rnoiit of ttio-'agricultujat: rc-  fs.ource.s ot tlvo^xiroyincq. as��� laid: Clown, iarthc  .piatrp,rra;iidpiite(i:ih:0'e -.vi-hich is as  f blioi.y.'S,: '������*'; '-���:"' ���' .-���'_'��� fff A.: ;���'" ������ ;. 'AAAA-r.A'aApip^  ���''Tfa'actiyolyaiciin Umebnstructioii oE frail0,  throu^hout'tlfQ-:u*7rd%r9lpppa^ portions Vaiid^ iho  -haildingrol ipr6vi��(;ic,\rctruiilf f oad-s ; .:of���������'pub'lfc  neceBsityd d'-y,:''-' '"'���' d'"..''.. :f*. "���   '.A"A;'-\  '.'Td' adoptrthfe ypiiiiciples  .6i.. -rovernineiit  pwacrsliip of.railways:iu'so,far as.'thddcircum-  staueeu  pf the- (prpv{acei",.\vHl admit.rand the  licloptfou of thp pfiiieiple tliat, *go bouus,should  ho.sriiuted to ah'y railwayconipa'uy Whicsh dod-  not givfi.ihi,.goyornmeut of ���tlie- proviuco con  tirol of rate's over,tines, bonusedr'vto'gdtfiSi;.'wit)*  tHb'cptroii'p'f purchSGy5^ ;:. ,'-d '-7 fd'd.d -.,'-,:    '   ,  "'Tg actively assist by stat^ai-i^iay therdevel-  opniQutyodthe ragrjculturatyre^ouxcesTif the  -pxoviu'ce.A'ryv:r: y ������ VAa-A������������'.   . .;.-,.*���.,.'. ���������'/'���f-'  A-2V That bi the meautiiii e . glid. 11 u til dthe', ra U ���  way policy above: set forth etui be accomplished  a geileral raihyay-'acf-be passed,,giving freedom  to'construct;' railways"-iincler'-cdrtairi���������approved  regirUaHous,^nalogps.:tO'the,sy;stem:f  ��� s'ultod'ijrjssucli ''exteasiyp: 'XaiUyay'cbnstructioD  in the United States, with������.ao'rauch.'aclva'utngc ip  trade.and eomnieree.V'r   r,   : Aa'''  \r'd-'f ���������'.   '  ;.,;-S That'to eacournge thenniaing industry, the  taxation br'metall'fferous; mines .shpuid-> be ,01*,  thehasisof "apercentage on the nafcrprofits.  '|,A1 Thatther gov'ernmeat  airngrship-of teia-  -. phone- systems should  be   brought:' about as s,  r ilrsfstep in the ac'quisition"bf puljlic utilities.  Ward .Island, f His   wife andychildren!!  '''���-- ��� ,. ^" -Va" r."A'.'''';.;������;': ���:*������/;T-. ... ;   ���  .) ���; That s portion 7/every ooal'area hereafter'tc*  "��� ' "    3not,get^ralty,;-knp^iAthatthereybeAisp^  ,a:t:i  irJicro B003 (lis Blame tie?      ''.'..*'.-  -^���;|.���.���:���'.     ���**��������� ���������'    AAA', ���'   ' --���-���;-,-��� .r" ���������  f ,!���: Baven month a of this year d'ars gone  Jt* *'> . : : ,     * .��� ; ���',-.'... '-.���.'.... '' . '  ' '  ��.*ta.ntKnot a dollar liasdbeep ^p.eudad on  Tnfiiclay bnbis way,fo EoeBlsnd.   Ho I ^0uld dtrcredit to ; rainva ^rhrdoih^  SfjthG -streeto of; Moyi^, ,'al (hough .ylhe ��� ��i!| roturii tp Moyio 4oinQrtow or nest] businesa ih'rths larger.' ciliesi : Mac^  v2-'' "A''a'A' .-.;7..*'...r ::. ������:'. 7 ������;    ....] :^achern ���& Maedonald are now ,nicely  :Mike   .2uzzero;danyItaiiati ytaborer.j located in their newstore on  Victoria  was'   killed , about  one dniile   west  of j street, the place fonperly occupied by  Tochty tbi3'niorning. ''One; leg wasr;f-:jG.  H.7yi2r.er.': Tina .Aiorp   is   60 feel  ing done..: .The high water last' spring  Mnii. '  d,7'' pl"yRd. bayqC'A'in'i tlie *;ti-i  ��� A  iiuinv  'EAfffBBOM BfiAK  : 1   places.and   l<2it"  j'Ah     ; ���.,-"'��� >��������� ��� ,������'  ���.'i j'.and-'.uiinu'orous..-'  both   unfgbtly | nl0ct; edmpletely   severed.  ��� Tbe "body;,' long aifi2 d:: feel**vfde, fad 'the '���base-  We  are   told .that a  LYI-KQ&y'iPE^  aft&sold, Wai|ablay;f all. p.irts 'of :Can:ada, "IJnited .Stales  and  irope, '���'��� -Bpe'Ciiii utteiitip;i given lo.collections.      ;:.r. ,.:,.   .���������,-,.'.  "������7 d.d ���."������.'��� -f 7-.:U" fdy.::Fy.H;:IV1ARSHy';Mtmnyer. y;  A.  %  I'I.  il  SSL,  m  was .taken to Oranbropkyfor, burial..  .'��� dDbo Moyio: public school, fill   open j cell a  one;,week froni.nejt : Monday, 'August  10 th.  A, W. Sutherland has'beeii:������"-���re%-  k.i��H.iJ:iM0.: iM  proniisp: wa.3. :fad,e, sonic tiinp'ago that  -.this:matter would be' attend.ed to, but  the promise Deems to have beeu '..ior--.  gotten', ff:-'! d:A.y   . ..���:, .'* ',*���. y.'.".'  ���������������*���'.  fMi-s;Af\vootl.::Kinaand ^Willie. At:  .���..'*'...������ .'' .*'       -   "  '      ,(.-.;  woodfand; E,us?ell llawke ��� to turned  this week from tha At-wood farm, yiear  Gre3(on1A."here,ihey were copying an,  outi   '  ��^J^eiWtjx~.:esCT;.��ria;M^CT-*^-^^-.'Bart*^ I,,Jridge liovlc -and wife of.Ginuago, were I  ,;.men t is '50725 feet vvith. an"   adjoining.  3,px.2n   fpet   in yd;-?.. ���'.���Theirr old  store which -will; be ��� used,.: ay   a   ware-'  liouse; '.is .40x20; fecet in   si^ei*  This  engaged. 'a;s,.;.pn.ucipal,,f;bti.t.';. ad teacher   gives themfu all 53000: feet^ of' *>pace,  The new. stpre gives'"the jfirn'i : on   ideal  localiou ���.. ior   .theii.   business, ;*'���'.. The  ii'icd ���ibcide*. .willi  metal  for the .'j unidrdepartmeiit'has not  yet  been chosen  Donald  Grant   and  daugluer,:7iii?s  Dollie  GranP.of Fairbult^dMiinn.., ,;iu(l !  buiidingv,  m  ..���.���y.'7'.y. ���������������: ���d'CRA'i'rBROOiv^B.'CA.,.,; / ��� .'   f7Af ;'  ; a  .A-EIEE^INSUKANOE 'aaENTS7.y :'.''f;':;  'est Rates, Perfect Protection, -: Be&re: taring  ���   *.  ���    .   c   ���   .  .    - l '   .    ',' * - 7 ; d   ��� * :      ���     1   . . ,��� *     -���  :   I*' ���"'���\'Co-kLp-are.:- dTir:;,Rates.".-'- ������ ���-���  '<>\.4f^/-f-fl   CV  iic-irc this, week for: u few days.  A f  L:srs.  ceilipg*ttiid"is-large'" and .well lighted.  i,d will bo rep;;:  improvements  a:  ���>d  .am;   ma:.iv  (rant and Boyle are heavily, iutererten a,,..    '���      ���*..*,.'   '������!,.,:<' ���:-.,*  ."'���.... ,'���.-...- ; .    ,     ���;,   ,   ������*-������; 'Winnipeg,   . A* ancou.vor -    nn  u the Moyie Lumber Co..>     '   .....   ���..   ���  .-������ '������ '.....     -   .    .   , ��� ���       ulaecs. ,���;���������   .; -��� ... ��� ..;;  rrnaded- A ' large   stock  o.f new gooi.is   Juis ���'��� bee'nd ordered 'from  if   other  should be takeulcr the gouc-ral presorva'tioii oi  forests*by g'Uardiug agiiinst- thc wasteiul'des-  traction ol timber. ���������  7 That the legislature tnd eovernmont of the  province shoald persevere ia .the effort to secure  the exclusion of Asiatic, labor,   :' . ...       A  S'That the matter of better terms in the *,vay  ���o�� subsidy and appropriatio.us for the - province  siiould be vigorously/pressed upon the Dotniu,-  ioii government..'  ''��� 9 That the'silver^end Industries of the proi,  ince be idstered and encouraged.by the impo.-.i-  ,tion of iucreased. customs duties "on lead- ain)  lead products imported into Canada, and that  tlio 'Conservative members.of the Douiiniou  House bo urged to support any motion iutro  duced forsucli a purpose.   ;,���.: ���������', ���  10 Thnt i}s indiistrial disputes almost invar-  iiibly result in gr.eatloss and injury botii,:t.o rhe  parlies directly concerned . and to the public,  iegislatioh should be"piisseil to iirovide.mc-aiit  for an amiAible -adjustment 01. such disputes  ,.botv.-c'eu eiiijyloyers and empioyees.  ll'Tliat't is a'dvisa.blc to roster, the. manuiao- ���  f.ureof the raw- products ol" the provi.ucc wiMiii;  the province n.s fur us pracO'eiiiife 'by means of  taxation on tho skid .raw produeisi. sUbjeci; tu  reliate of the sai*ne in whole or part when maii-  ufiicCurei. in British.Columbia. :"  ������"  d__;- ���"��� '   - ,     ��� ^__ : _:_- AA'   * Conservative Coni/entions.  . vs-r psy^r-.caMtsrnxii*  tf*ij<��.**w��itO��e**('  :r-jrLT����r��i*i*-*<i*'- t:SMJKix:^!^J  ^��you want anytliing,' stylish and neat go to.;  ^y."/f|'S*a^     ...���.���������*.-.. ���    ��� ���  ^*���� if   \tn    r/f*\f  The leadina- Ladies and Gents .furnishers.  rtl^  ����     ���'���-'"'��� ���".���.���"�����������. ^    ww :      . ft    ,    \h ��� staled .-mu VW1>,3.]  "��TI-    *      '        /-TV.   ' A    ���:'���: 1      TIT _a-A    A  i      '     k-i **  T3.W-  ���g�� ;.���!�� i \i-s\i jJa^V? 7 -si  hf  l-l 'f \{    i   ��� h \ ^,':���'-"  1  J[r.;!-Cli-.!S.   .fff-Aon . of  God ridge'.  Ont., Uinlie r Hillier: of :Toroutof and  j Uf-t-.loi.il'  fiebeni   &  :'iirs ago.Hu;  ilacdonald  i. tn ��f iMac;  ���slaritHi.    in  At a meeting of the executive of the I'rovm-  c.inl.Conservative Associsttiou, huhltit, Vaiicou-  .VL'i-, (be province was divided into five divisions  for''onjiiiiizivtiou purposes. Tbe 'Kootcntiy-  I'ioiindtiry division t1, niide up of tlie followiii"-;  provincial cleo.tioi.i. districts a Kevelst-'okc.-'-Coi-  uv.iijiii, Keraii), i'ii.nbc.iok, Vmii, ICaslo; sfo'ciin,  Grand ForUs, ilio-CJiiy of Ivossland.tiud the Citv  w-ii .���,j  r ,,.i- ir--v',-.,r nf. i-,,i.a-.,.   '.,,.��� i btiii!H!��3 iu.ilcyiu in-a small way, and j oi Ntisou.   At thesame. meeting the -*f olio wing  \\ n;,and Jack JiihiOAO., L-,iig,ti\,.  ��i<-;,   .  ,.<-,     ��� '.-,-,     ', ,���,'., v;a���,  ���   ' Tt-suiutious were adoi. ted:  ' , ���K,7, ^,-im-iI '-i'-'������.'���>' i,v '���''("-..* ,   v-iil. ! lL IS  *nuVV l*lea-,u-S >0'.--io!.. AiO.-.nr.n-lieri    x Uuir .e.,uveiiuoiis  for n.mHnaUnK   caaui^  ypencling t,eyeial,i!.t.:r,   -m    i,.,,,)   u!.!,|in wiiieh tlury foncedtiieir fav tod the I dates for uAnjinrs of ��� ihe  legislative assembly  m�� iJ-H ����� ���*  .Mr., and Mrs. FA 1 rill.    Ail are brother!* aiKi'sii-aers of Aim. bi.il,!';  .<;?;.->'.'.irii i ���if-uilum.- ,    j  Thi'a'.haa b;:ig'b>jv:u regarded ..-us one j  cf the- most' ���'���dangeriniu and fatal j  d.'.'.:ea.-res to which' infants are ..uubjeet. I  It, can be cured,, however/ when   pro  i.fruiit and have built up  1 i.;;taid;stiment second to  'di);',.r.i ���;������(.  e niaue up oi iieii.-^iitosclHi.*.euas follows:  (m)'.Ii.i e'ity ek.ei-'.ii-.iit'(ii:>u'iets. ou'e delineate for  ft  irierciuiti'le.j  ndllO    in ���,: the ! every 0 fly and frae I ion ot li fry  votes   polied ut  The latest-thing rtn  loots and-Shoes.  ���p*  rlv  treated..   All   that  is   lieeetSiirvj-  tin; pr.'.vn.vAhl elecl-iua liel.l in i-W, .:ind 'if Uie  ���ity i.s .'.jvi.k-il into A.ir.'.s, tho p.-oportlbii ot  iAv.i'iit.,"- fiT micii ward shall Ije bused ou tliu  v ��� .to nolle.! in ouch wurd hi the Inst municip'ii  eU'tHiuu.     "...  (bi in otber electoral . distriets, one: delegate.  i   ,    ,i,   -,. a ���  .,      -    A?   o    ���       ���    .   i for every l'u'iv or I'liietion oC ui'ty votes polled nt  j--j.  WA lUurpiiy, Ot AJ.O.\ie,;JJ.O.,.lS visit- ! L.ltf uroviuOuif .-Uclii'a held in   IL'00,   the   dele-  ;���,. I,,*.- .-,-.,,'   V,!.-ir,l    Mi.hm'.v    iA   .],;   I'���I'.'.i's to br ai.iioi-lioued to polling j.liices, or ns  | m-g 111,-. .SO.ll,    l.A.\,.ml  ,.\lliri..i-.V    O.    .ll!.* ;[;.;;U. il.eu-...loii.> will befair toliie voters of tlio  I .('ace '    �����"'���=���'�����''������'���'I--'      '"'f1*      'ifin-.i!i.-?iw     ,  ;'i."iiii;-re;:-l .lioi.i.iiil'Orlior.i'.s.  A\ .Vi. .��ii:ti-i-iy  Oi <;ri"-.iri..  North .Powder (..Ore;) Citizen :  is to give Chambesluii.'s Colic, Chplesa  this   week.  man orva-*'  Mr.  "i'lie yicf'tin.i! ni U'jlviCii'.O* shall tie iii" public  uiecirii^s', bi.-h! at. ti iksi^iniUHi central phiee ...  each poiiiiii; divi.siuii.or in  eneii  ward  iii city  )���.�� ^S'^,^M'-!"^-��'��-'^'��^^��V��---='-|l0O,.in o[   tt.ro.'from.je��Jc..;ml,irs(ricis. ii.Uu:  cit-y .is divided into  ���i".f! TJijirrhi.ea Reiredv and Cii^tor  oil. I    ''.'-. .       , .   ���'     ...       , ���   ,     I wards.    A'. Mien  public  aiueliu^s   only  those  .n.O i.��iairui.ca x\lu.^,} c^iuj   on,   ^^ p,0,1JCcl hj lh:s sect.jon, he spoke   who uledge ihe-.asclves ��� to vole for   the candi--  as-directed   with   each   bottle,  and   a I .-'   .- ���,.,.. ,,,-,,., .��� l'aU; a'Auuidaies selected at the uominaUnit  ,   : ver>  tavOraol.v Oi tuC.n.. .. .��� icuivejcioii siiall bcomit'.eu ton vote for dele-  enre    is    certain.    For    salo . bv    ai!. ���     .  *.^... ���_���_..; i wtes. ���' ���   ���   ���  ^^_  &*<fTtSff*$ *&"'*#  *DK3AuifiK��KlC..MIlQ9,-   I'ropS*  Ltirgo .sample room in connection  with hoiiBe for eomtiu'rcial nien'.^-BcBt  of accoinmodations.  ie  s  A{%  %'  iV  W. i  ���fl  Glassware,  cure    is.   certain.  Druggists.  Criuibi-onk l'iiupli. Ootiiiiiff-  Ci'uiibrook   H'erab.l :  are being   nin'd->   tor   an ��� cxeursioxi , to  ate.*-.  ;    ;; i'wo weel-rs* notice shall be given of the pub-  j lie ineet-inifsal which del.ejratos are ro .be olect-  . ��� .    .    i i:d, nn. 1 nominalimr conveiitious'sl-.p.li- be held  vrrangements j ia (;ity electoral .districts'  iwoduys   niter, the  day-Oil   which   del elates   are   e.ected,   aud  iu  Moyie next   Wed.mis  la'  which  other electoral.districts seven days  after.   Alt  .. ��� iUiiiiiuai.io'AS   throiAliot.it   the   pi-ovince  to  be,  '    iiuie in,   a  designated   ei.ui'.r.i.!   place iu  each  civic holidav.     This 13 a    tine    time   'Olf cleciorai district, aud on the same day '  ..uii^iiiyiiu.j,     -.      ;      _ _ (I) M\ notices oi the dale ol public  meeting  Headquartprs for Commenoial and Mining IV!ei..1  (iUEP.N  AVriKtilH, <��� ��� ��� ' IdOYIK,   v.. c  mmmmmm��MMm$mt^^  Mr,  m  in  jhc:  Etc,  1-.  Ci  Kjiiflacfcacaeraa:  YA3 r  W'  wittU*  i  Maedonald  Church Stirvicen.  Mktjioi'IST���-Sunday school at 10  ii.   m.    yervicc at II a. m. in the  Odd  Ifdlows' hall. '.".,'*!      , ... .    v   ���.. ,  .���_....���..  T'^xt*    "T iim come that thev mi'-rht i the year for an. excursion to tnatiown,; uir the election of delegates to nominating coin  %",..'        *v ,    ,   ���*',   ,,     -     '  .   ,'.',    ����� ���-. ;.,,,.(fvitliont <i   iinn it,   tlieri*    will   be   a I veutious, 'he  .appi.Miitmeiir,   of  delegates, and  l-.ave.life, aud that they might  have it,aiitl wiiiio.ut a uouoy uk-a-   ��m  ue ,i , !hLM,,,l(1<. ,,.,���. ,,;.,!, ()f. 1k,iajn;.iiug convention.-!  mure abundantly."���John 1.0:10. : large crowd.        - j !u, u,e several electoral  electoral electoral di.-,.  All aie welcome. ��� SSzrSrS=r ��� j o^'-uutivo o> the division m which the electonti  i>   i,'   c    Tivr np   t>.-.l-i"..�� I ���      ,..�����' -^     ��� ���    ..- ' , i il'>',rictc r.ro EitUate, aud issued over  tli.i Haiues  iv. hi. b.   iii liUXx, i ribt.Oa |       -WATCH-ilBrAlJitSG  A  br-K0r..\l,'IY.      ; ()( th,. ,,t-,....*.'.?��*. ,,ua secretary of -.he .i.Toviueihl  FKEtfUYTKiUAN���Sunday school til o  ,p. in. Service in. (he hall at 7 :;\0 p. m,  .Subject: "The Sin of ingratitude."  All arc cordially invited to' attend  these services. ;     .        ���  T. A. BRO A DF GOT, 'Pastor.  Ji-iWULii'u,   CRA.SB1AOOK,  l\   (7  Official Watch lutipcctor for   tlie C. i'  \i. Crow s'.Nest. Uiviiion.  I..-: A )".���!':'.O'-.; t>( tiH;.i,r.*.vi.!U'iii.'. ceeuti've will lit  ��� He'd in. Yoi'O'i'.vcr   .viciiiu   a  month,   and  ilio  1 cl'ile  foi' .iiuh'.iiiK  diiitriet   uoiiuiiiiung conven-  i (ioI'.':', "'ill U'.eu hi: !i\-ed.       JOUN HOUSTON,'  J'resideui of the iJrovinciii.t  ^Conservative Association,  Nelson, June ^ t'J'.'*.'.  y^  '-=  is  mi  .t^s  iuuW^t��A9ssi ���0  ���Wte*  -1  .1  $  e  I  HER CANINE  CHAUFFEUR  By Bennei Masson  '\3  ^9  Or  6  0  are   net  mot hiniiP.  Copyright,   19<>S, bi/  T.   (. .MctAiure      ��t  &����������������������������������������������-'��������-'���es-t.s.*.��...��.. g. t-s-^o  It was a dull day for bulldo..-. Tufts,  whose bull baiting ancestors had bequeathed liiin a love of adventure, sat  on tlie veranda of the villa and  yawned.  A green automobile roiled along the  driveway of the house. When it supped at tbe veranda, a pretty, brown  haired girl of twenty laughingly greeted ber enthusiastic' friend, who leaped  upon her, regardless of tho damage  which dirty paws indicted on a white  serge dress-. j  '���One would think 1 had been away a  year instead of a week," the girl .said  gayly.      , ;  "Is it only a. week since T first met  you?" replied her companion,   '-f seem ,'  to have known .vou always-." ;  Florence llaelings' face became sori- '  ous as she' putted the -wriggling Puffs. '  "I am afraid your imagination is over- ;  powerful, Mr. Oakley," she paid. "Any- ;  way, you've saved me a dismal railway journey from the Xewfons". I wa.s ;  glad to let my trunks take it alone. So, j  ���whatever .your condition of mind, you ''  must come in and meet papa." j  ���   ''Is he at hoineV''  "He comes on tho ."> o'clock ,'relief  express.' That's what he calls any  train which takes him away from "Wall  street."  "lie leaves his'office at AY'  "Yes. Do you hesitate at the ordeal  of passing, tho interval with me/'' Florence was smiling again.  Porter Oakley  laughed  protr-stingly. ���������  "I was hesitating because,ul7*in important business affair,"   lie  said   finally*.  "Is there a telegraph office in the village?"  "There Is, and I will send a groom  with your message."  Oakley looked at bis watch. "Quarter of, 3," he murmured. "Will you  pardon me if 1 go to tbe oflice in the  automobile?" lie asked. "It will save  fifteen valuable minutes."  ��� As the machine puffed along* the  driveway Florence .watched it musingly  ancl inwardly  resented  her  feeling  i "M*?-���.-��� 1 la--���in,?.-", we  back." f-.i'.I.'.v i" ph.-d  "What do .\ nn 'ii.'.-'ii .'"  "I mean mat I have known ami  wanted you for ;' week. It u-.��al!v  t.ikes less than a week for me to gvt  anything I want. You will go home,  but it will be tomorrow���and it wiil  be as Mrs. Oakley."  Florence rose* frt.iu her seat. "If you  do not* *-ti**p, 1 shall jump out," she said.  Oakley i-eizeil her arm, bul she struggled. UJs grasp on the steering lever  became niWeiMly, the machine swerved  violently, anil h<> gradually brought it  to a standstill at rhe side of the road.  Florcncq, jumped to the ground and'  started toward home, but Oakley  placed himself in her way. ' -"  "Yob shnil not go l-aek," he said, "if  i SPIDER M'GANN'S  I REPUTATION  By   RICHARD   BARKER  SHELTON  Cop* rijrht. 10CL*. by T. C- McClure 1'-*  su-  0  0  it  The Rev. Charles Aloysius liall  would scarcely have been taken for a  minister of the gospel as he sat in the  corner of a downtown hotel that  morning, intent on the columns of a  time table.   There was no "Prince Al-  you won't go on.  we can siay in this    bert," no high hat, no clerical collar, no  .lonely place-, and in the meni'mg. Vhen    high buttoned vest.   His clothes, of not  it is known that you have -parsed the  night w-uh-itte. you,may be more willing to accept my proposals."  Florence siopped and faced Oakley.  Her hands were clinched, but sbe was  trembling pitiably. He smiled and  came toward her.  "Come, now. Marriage is easj- in  New Jersey." he said.   "We can go'/���  A'W,hite, panting'- form shot from the  road  and  came   between  them.    Flor-  the latest cut, yet carefully brushed  and pressed, would have stamped him  a young business man, and after a  glance at his face���a firm, clean shaven  face, with the brows at that moment  knit in a frown���one would have said  that business was not all tho gentleman in question could have wished it.  It was a favorite remark of the Rev.  Mr.   Hall   that'if  his  daily   life   and  our  bounden  duty  to  relieve  thi-  pertfuous pomposity.  "This was our plan: Some years ago  tliere came to the cym a little fella*.*,  named Spider McGaun. Spider was a  coming lightweight, which truth didn't  strike Hefty until Hefty sir.nl* I Indoor. Bnt tbe affair blew over, and  now he is crowing again,   Ho we hunt-  " ed up McGann, who i.s a lightweight  champion now. and offered him .��.*-������ in  to go up against Burke. Tin* mill  conies off tonight at the Mnoedo?iiaii  club, and poor old >fly thinks Iic'h  up against the Maceooniaii-V-lub's trainer. It '11 be rare to see his face when  he finds it's Spider Medium. Spider  will lay down in the ninth, and Hefty  will simply swell. He'll conlinue' to  swell until the Annual conies out. This  .will be in ii."  lie handed Hall, a slip of paper.   In a  'scrawling hand was  written:  This K* to certify tkat J, SphK-r Ale- ,  Gann, In id down in my fijtht Willi lJefty 'j  Burke. 1 ccnld havo jiune'ifd him lull ol I  holes as a sieve if I'd hnd a. mind to, ,  time's as 1 done once ln-i'oio. {  SI'lDl-lK   -M'lJANAV, '.  '   Lijrlitweig'ht Champion' of  the  World.      i  "Now,   tho   point   is,   Spider's   gone  back on us."  "That's it," said Rums.   "We've got  to   pull   it  off   somehow.    We've   sold  1 "You say you took" automobile  rides  for  the sake  of exercise. ?"  "Certainly."  "But where, does tiie physical exercise come in ?"  "Getting out to see what the matter is."  A   wrii,.,.   .-,;.  n ay  m<ii'(. him  is  true  iy  but   w.  "'I'i'!'  -���I'-pui    i, '    -A  Uii,.k  Pat���Sure I'd lay down my loife for  ye, Norah ?  Non-ili���But   would  you   lay  carpet for uie. Patrick ?  to mak^,^;1 ������������....,.;���?  Then* is no  <*,>{J���M~~     "~       [  that which comee withV'"'1-'' I'  ments of our Crfil ,r(,7, ^ ��nt ^  ue have ,���-,,  _,,..   i,'.^*^},  have suflered  and  |���. /' ?'.   '-.V  A'iiM  \i      4 i^Jfi,  ' rVf JS8  y,-' 't-ifilrtJ;  ,      r,-.��i   ���  a^M  1        , ..,'1 ti*-  own  a   despaired antl  hux,."'."'''!1"'1 ''"i'.i^^M  , Eiiot. ''"'-"Ai i,    \*Amte  ;A��*;;f^S,.v  Ia.' -"MM  ���^SksSm  A Chronio Case of Twenty Years' St..;* Wma  m  Pil��a or heinarrhoKa aro amoog  tho most common as well as tho  most torturing allmonta that afflict  humanity. The ke#n distress caused  by the  Itching,   especially when    the  ence   threw    herself   on   the   ground,    deeds gave no Inkling lo his profession    over   1'000  tickets  at  anywlic re  from    body    gets  warm,    is  almost  beyond  clasped  her p.nns  around  a  muscular    the symbols of the cloth never would.    $2  --P*    A11  tlie  0,<]  gratis  Hefty   has    tho power of description  ; neck   and   sobbed:   "Thank   God.   you  have  come.   Puffs!     Thank   (Jod,   you  ! have come!"  j     Oakley drew back.   He v,-as not smiling'.   "You don't think I shall, let a dog  { interfere with  my, plans, do'youV"  he  J asked. "  He stepped to the automobile, placed  ; his hand under the seat, and when he  withdrew it it held a glittering object.  I Florence gave -o low cry. and a  white  ; streak  tiew  from' tlio road,'   The next  , instant   Oakley   was   kneeling   on   tiie  ground, Puffs' teeth 'were firmly hold- j  For the first time in the long fight the  Rev.   Charles   Hall   was   discouraged,  He realized that now indeed the church  at Cedarville,  his church,  was in  ihe  last ditch.    The roof leaked  and that  cracked the plastering, the cai;pet was  in tatters, the paint was losing faith in  the clapboards and the spire' was so  badly   out   of   plumb   that   the   town  board had threatened to take it down  unless it was given prompt attention".  'Some subscription papers, circulated  through the town,  had netted returns,  pitifully small.    The envelope weekly  log his wrist, and the useless weapon \ offering system had been woefully in-  > was lying in the dust. I  I     Florence   looked   at   liim "helplessly;  ! then    lier    eyes    brightened.     "Come,  Puffs,   we shall   go   home,"  she  said.  of relief ��� it seemed like weaknei-s.  When she first met Oakley at the New-  tons' country house, she vaguely disliked him. As she watched the automobile speeding toward the, village  she thought of Trilby and smiled.  Then she grew serious and felt sorry  that she had asked Oakley to stay, but  she knew that if the little scene near  the veranda were to be reacted she  would ask bim again.  "Do you believe iu hypnotic influence, Puffs?" sbe said softly, putting  an arm-around tbe bulldog's muscular  neck.   ,  Puffs did not. Every line in his  sturdy figure expressed disbelief. Then  he conveyed sympathy and encouragement by extending ,a few inches of  damp.pink tongue toward bis mislreT*'  cheek.  That evening'Florence sat on the  veranda with Porter Oakley. Iter father did not arrive on the "relief express," nor had word come from him.  Oakley had -.sailed for the older man,  had accepted an invitation to dine, and  now he sat with Florence unci watch, d  the moon creep toward the Orange  mountains.  "There is still an hour or so of moonlight, and I shall ililVe a bright road  to New York," be said.  'T thought father would surely be  here on the �� o'clock train," said Florence.  Oakley held the face of his watch fo  his cigar tip.    'Half past 8 now," he  answered.    "When does the next train  arrive?"  '      "At 0."  "Your father may be on that. Why  don't you run down to the station with  me ancl meet him?" Oakley said.  Florence looked up at him cpnekiv.  "Why, I-l"- she began, but Oakley  was leaning toward h.-r, the moonlight  shining on his face and lighting his  gray eyes, which were fixed on hers.  , Five minutes later the automobile  wns running along tho country road,  containing one uneasy and one triumphant   person  ancl   followed   by   a  ��� white, four legged creature whose" uu-  ��� der jaw protruded at the angle of de-  lormhiaiion and who patiently blinked  away the dust nroused by the thing  monster In front.  Tho hands of the little reel faced  clock In tho tower of the station painted to a.quarter of the hour, and thev  passed, on,; -Oakley saying ,'thatd (hey-  would-have five; minutes' of speeding  before returning to wait.for Ihe'train."  The lights of.the village disappeared.  and the moon was hidden by the overhanging trees of the road along which  they flew.. PulTs stretched his .legs  and galloped his hardest. The machine  drew rapidly away from'him. but he  followed, with- thi; perseverance of 'his  kind. ,  ��� , '  "We had better turn back," said F>��� ''  "and be will take us."  Half an hour later a green automobile drew slowly up 'the driveway of  j the Hastings country house. Sealed in  it. were a young woman and a sullen  looking man. Bet ween them, with his  back to the girl and his eyes fixed on  the man, was a stolid unci dm-ty bulldog. *   ,  , When Mi*. Hastings arrived on tho  11 o'clock trait!, he found liis daughter  in a subdued mood,  "What is the' moaning of this?"  be  asked, waving a tele-urn in before her.  Floreuee took the paper and read:  :.'<=.'t me at the uptown, ferry, 10 o'clock  adequate to cover the pastor's salary,  and the Ladies' Aid society, with  three suppers and a fair, had raised  just ?GS,37. He smiled grimly, as he remembered that last year' his salary  had been $200 short and this year bade  fair to be another hundred shorter.  There had  remained yet one   hope.  floored will be, there ready to back  him���you see, no one knows it's fixed  but Dix und I and the board of editors  of the Annual."  "And   you're   the   image   of   Spider  McGaun," said  Dix.   "Our proposition -  is to give you the i?S00 to meet   Hefty  tonight.   If we couldn't tell you  from  Spider   McCaun,   he   couldn't,.    You're '  due   to   go, out   anyway,   so   it. won't  make very much difference'when 3011 I  do;   only   we'd   want  you   to   stay   as,  many rounds as you could for the sake ,  of'appearances." .  ���  Hall was thinking deeply.   "For the '  church!   For the church:" ran through  his head.  "Gentlemen,"   said  he,   "Spider  McGaun pro tern, is at your,service."  "You're a' brick!" said Dix, wringing  Hall's,hand. "Meet us here at f>, and 1  we can talk it over at dinner. And"��� !  fishing  In   his. pocket���"here's  fifty to '  mo>t favorably-spoken ef �����    -Z'  recommendation J took ,7 d,,-)'7#  "After three appjfcatlol1* Bm  t*r, and by, the tir,!8 1 hadJ^#g*  box   1   was  on   a fujr Wr,��� , '-a^^s  ery.  v-,��l-v to >��Mi  vinced   thnt  perfect cure.  Continued. tjlP  t'      !*"-I^%  am flrtnjT  til   thoroughly  cu:*;^*���^  suffered  any since    1      ^fSo.7  thc  p.lsf "S-Ss  The very mention   of piles suggests  ])r. Chaso'H Ointment as it is beyond  denial   the   only  actual   euro   for   this | . *;I  consider   , [jr   n,HS/0 tV    I'^fS?!  loathsomo   disease.   If you   ask   your Un invaluable  tto.iJn ctw*  doctor, your druggi.it or your friends j niy   case    J   think   'th,. n��Jt  what   to   use   for   piles   they   will    in.|ii)arknble   when  y.ni , ,')r J'',!! >l  nino    cases    out    of ,ten   advise    Dr.   am   getting    up ' )fl   -w.���,l ",f*s! feral:  Chase's  Ointment, ! been so long- a siilVn-V '���*' '"'' "���**-��'"'"r^"  Mr.   Alex. McLaughlin, for  80 years   euse."    ' ' "l:'-'s-j.  a   resident    ,,pr " Bown:^*aville.,    Ontf. I    I),*.   Chase's   ('itn,.,,..,,,  ls ,-,  writes: . ���' (absolute     and    rru.'-t.nitwit  ''���"'' ^  "For   twenty   long'years   I   suffered .every   form of pi],..,    p j., /  from  itching piles,  and   only   porsoos   of   cures   unparalL-iui  ,,, ".C,��,^  who    have   hcon  .troubled   with   that   of  medicine.    'So  c. i,u  ',', ���,'''"'"*'���  annoying* .disease  can   imagine'   what   dealers.    or   Fi|i,Mi s ... 'u "T "'-W-'j  1 *'��� *'��� A f/Ife*'^  'i ,.n. A.M  "inun"* ^Rip  ���"''"-fifB  Ojl^t/^  f endured  during' that  time.  ')'-'     C. 1,1.  or   F.lmais,  About   Toronto.    To pri.t.-rt  j;even   years ago  .^ asked   a druirmst , ilalions   the  poi'!:ni  ir he had anything  tp cure  iue        He   of  !>;���.   A.   \\    ( j,-,..,  said   that  T)r.   Chase's  Ointment   wst.s   c��>ipl   honk aiKh.'n      ,  ' '* 1 ** <"\j  ���'A   1.1," �� 5"'  '   Al   Cl.|l ,.  *WBgg;:g����,P'H^^  5,0111  19  ftm  ARE    YOU    O-UJBiUOirMQ?  Cedarville was quite'a summer resort,    clinch it.    We'll give you the rest after  and during the hot months numerous , the,mill,"  At o Hall  wns pacing the corridor,'  when Burns and Dix came on.'   After i  dinner, at which Hall was given many "  valuable points as to Hefty's style of  pr  jso  t.Olllgllt  FI.ORKNfR.  ���'This is why,you stayed in the city,"  she said slowly. Then, as f-he realized  the meaning cf tlie ines^tire, "It must  have been Mr. Oakbiy's i 111 porta 111 business."   , '      '  Yi'hen Mr. Hastings bad recovered a  do.;reo of e.inanimity after the story  of the automobile, he looked fondlv at  I'uffs.  "I'll tuiy one of those machines some  day," he said, gravely extending his  ha ed. info which a ro'-ponsive paw was  placed, "and when I do I shan't have  to look far for a chautfea.*."  .well to do men from the neighboring  city stayed there with their families.  Some of- these attended the' .church.  As a last resort Rev. Mr. Hall had come  to the city to mak,e personal appeal to  these men. But Brother ' Jones and  Brother Hayes and Brother Benton  had other channels for their currency,  boxing; the three entered a cab and  were driven rapidly to the Macedonian  club.   .  It wns precisely 8 o'clock when the  Rev.   Charles   Aloysius   Hall,   clad   in  andtwhen Hall, weary and heartsick,  Eat down in the corridor of the hotel, j Kreen trunks, faced Hefty Burke. That  he had raised but $20 in cash, with j gentleman's face was a study. Beyond  pledges of perhaps ?3S more.       ' j a   doubt   he   was 'suffering  from   the  He,had opened his time-table again" ! shock* of recognition.  USE EDDY'S  B!$lF����iSfIO��JS S&fEATOf^-e  THE BEST BUILDING PAPER MADtPll  wh?oh U *   60r     ' "- m?l"tUr-'��� 1.mPor". ri��    ���������������    or    ll,T��rt;S--'��S  for ��� Unln  f'laoe* w  h�� w.u>. tlm. avoiding t-UmnnoM. ~     ����.|-.r..Bi��, ������� *m?m  h�� ��j*au>> lima Bvold.lograa.mpr  Writ* ��or AconU, TEKS & 3'KKMiK, WJnnlp^ffi for ����.i��pl��,.  TBHiei:   CC.   m.  EO��=��V OO..  l_lrv-.��t:����<lF  MUL.L.  :v/<.'d  1  , r..',,.^. .^.^  m  Very   OL!   Clmrcli.  The Clmreli of San Mi-no), at Santa  Fe. is claimed by Xew M^icans to be J  llu* oldest in the United States. There  is u-uch dispute over ;!)>*> e\-act date of  its erection, but it -.*, as certainly built  be'ween 'J00 and 300 years au'o by the  fir-t Indian converts under the direction of the Spanish padres- some say  as long ago as l~A7>. Inside it is like a  vault, black and crumbling, with  cracked adobe walls and roof, and a  gallery whose woodwork still shows  traces of the figures paintM ib<**re by  the Indians, designs like those they put  upon their pottery today.  But" the most interestinjr thins in San  Mi-ruol   is   the   old    bid I     St.   Joseph.  Black with age. it looks like a mass of  old iron in it-* dim recesses.    But strike  it*, and it gives forth a mellow note of  silvery deafness, echoing with marvelous   sweetness   through   the   vaultlike  old  church.   ,The  quality  of the  bell  meial makes the richness of the note,  and   tliere is a  tradition   that it '.was  made of the gold and silver ornaments  o( the Spanish as a thank ottering for  a victory over the Moors.  * At any rate, tho old Spanish padres  brought    tho    bell,    already    ancient,  across the sons  from  Spain and  over  mountains and plateau.*  Troiii  Mexico.  Th" Moors are gone, Spain's j-Tcat empire of the west lias vani-lied. and still  the  old  boll  stands there,  older than  American civilization.  when some one touched his shoulder:  ' "Oh, I say, Spider," said a voice iu  deprecation, "this isn't just square,  you know. We've been hunting high  and low for you. Why didn't you send  us word?" '     '    ,  Hall looked up. Two young fellows,  evidently college men,' > stood before  him.  "Were you addressing me?" said  Hall.  "That's pretty,good," said the other  young man. "You're funny when you  Lave a try at dignity, old boy."  "There's no use mincing matters,"  said Xo. 1. "If you're going to back  clown, we want tho deposit back; that's  all."  "Gentlemen," said Hall curtly, "Fn  give your seeming impertinence the  benefit of the doubt. There is evidently some mistake here."  "Oh, ring off; ring off!"' said the first  speaker wearily. "You've led us enough  of a chase already."  "See here," said Hall, rising angrily;  "I've no intention"���  once as they reached an open stretch ' ,n''"ld" ?n-d*wi��o were spread  of 1 dad. j  Oakley consulted bis watch. "After I  0," he said, in apparent-surprise! "We j  can't meet your father- now. Shan't i  we keep on?" . j  "1 prefer to go home,". Florence re- ;  plied coldly, i'        ,. ;  Oakley leaned over the steering lever '  as thc machine sped on its way.   Then  he turned and his eyes met .Florence's.  "I am the chauffeur," he said quietlv.  Florence looked steadily at him. porter .Oakley returned lier gaze, but the  trifling power that had made her forget conventionalities was dissipated by  the honest wrath which glowed in the  girl's eyes.  "Mr. Oakley, will you turn back'/"  she said sharply.  Tin- Fnn ];i Ill'ilory.  ,As in a. mirror, the, fan, .the origin of  which is lost in the twilight of oriental  legend, reflects the habits,, customs, art  and tasteof every country which, has  made .a friend of an article-so useful  and' ornamental. .Gre'eee. was the first  European country do'adopt lhe fan-  two birds' wiiigs��� one of its uses being  by acolytes in the temples to drive  away the flies from the sacrifice.-' rt  served the early Christians in the catacombs   a   similar   purpose   when   the  for' the  sacrament*,, a. custom'whi,ch lasted in  the Roman Catholic church to Uie fourteenth century.  In this same century the fan made  an almost simultaneous appearance  throughout Italy and France, in England and Spain. Its most;artistic flights  havo been acly'eved in Franco, but not  even to, France wiil Spain'yicld in its  use of the fan as "an'important weapon in the mimic warfare of coquetry  nnd flirtation." Wliotln-i- the Spanish  lady ia in church or a'phieo of amusement, whether visiting or walking, it  is always in' her bauds, frequently  portraying the horrors of the bullfight.  Correspond iiiK with those, certain  French revolution fans ropr*'\si?nt Charlotte Coi-da.y- carrying a dagger in oue  hand and a fan in the other!  "Have 'you the nerve to say vou're  not Spider McGanuV" said No." Awhile  be favored his companion with a ponderous wink.  ^Most certainly I'm not," said Hall.  "Would you mind letting us see your  left forearm'?" said No. 1, with the air  of a man who has trumped the trick.  "Certainly not," said Hall, with some  asperity, "if it will be a means of convincing you."  He bared hi.s left forearm, and the  two bent over it critically.  "By George! There aren't any tattoo  marks here," said the shorter, of the  pair. "We owe you every apology,  sir, for a very' stupid blunder. Will  you join us?" He nodded toward a  pair of swinging doors from behind  which tho clink of glasses was plainly  audible.  "-No, thank you." said nail shortly  ancl turned again to his time table.  Again he felt the touch on his shoulder.  "We' don't mean to intrude," said a  respectful voice.  ���Hall ,looked-.-tip nn'd found the young  fellows -again before bim. ���  "Well?" he said.  "You ;see," began the taller chap,  "we're in the deuce of a fix, and we  thought perhaps���bare chance, you  know���you might care to help us out  and incidentally make a neat bit out  of it' There's several hundred in it  for some one." ..'.''.���  Hall thought of the church and his  morning's work for the .$38.  "I'm certainly open to suggestions,"  he said, smiling grimly. '      '  "Can you, box?" said his interlocutor.  Hall's face wore a puzzled expression at the inquiry. "I have in years  past,"  he admitted.  '���Good!" said the other.   "If wo can  {     "Not   quite   so   easy   as   last   tim.-d" J  ! Burk.^    muttered     between    clinched ;  teeth,land   Hall-could  not  restrain' a 1  chuckle.  "Time:" The referee's voice sounded  in almost absolute stillness. Then at  it they went. Hefty was nervous aivd  Hal! was cool. lie could imagine himself back at the gym in his uiiivcr.-.-ity  days. He side stopped Hefty's sl.-il-^e-  hammer blows; he dodged ant! ducked  in a manner that brought the crowd  to its feet. He would do bis utmost to  stay those uine rounds.  In one of the boxes Burns and  Dix  were hugging each other.  "It's great, great!" said Dix.   "Hefty  will surely think it wa.s Spider."  And there was even more cause for  Hefty to think so when the end came  rather suddenly early in (he eighth.  Hall ducked a vicious jab and at the  same time swung with his right. "J'he-  blow landed 'with terrific force ou  Hefty's neck, and he went down blow  ing like a grampus.. Then the referee ;  counted oIT ten seconds. The crowd  howled. . It was some minutes before  Hall realized what had happened, and  when he did he vaulted tbe ropes and  broke for his droMng room, while- behind him the cheering redoubled.  At Cedarville two days later Hall received the following letter:  I'.nrer ul  a  ^^\.l-^'^  Wiii^*.  "Sw;;..-���.," said ,u*. oilu-ial of the 7,00.  "have great Sii'eng'.h of wing. It is  -.aid that witb. a blow of its wing a  swan 1..1: brtvk a man's le-^. and I  have in- doubt this >.- mi. A .doctor, told  n;e on , day.,,.. , we .--.i.oil !���.-.< Ibei by  l..'> A.O i-l!;.-. .hat one of his isrsi �� .'yes  had I'.'.-n that of a man whose arm  a  hV.-in  had  bro;., 11   -., , h  Us wing.  " i lie ..c.-'-h n;  ..'cti'-'i'd :::   .'"rka:-��� ���*-.  LADY AGENTS  on Svi.-in  I'.!-.!-, ii  tei.'y or  1 hose bu us -ibouii 1.     ,\   i:  1  'iue   tunning,    when  llu- ligl  li,    til V.  lie put  up In.*  *n,  in  t-  shir  wlieie  .; ",..���.���! was  ��� it. making  -.1 il.-- bead,  ���bi his face,  ami thc powerla! *��� .;.g ol tl*.* \,,n wi'.'U*  bird struck him ilio- a ut*.li Both  bones in the fo'..v.'i. v,.te broken; It  v. as a compound ,:.n;i'ie ���  ��� "If 11 MViiti arci'b n;,:!l.. Alii break in  tins way a iiian';- ../1.1, tleie 1-.. m my  opinio.1. no ro.jin 1 1 th, :!,; ti;,n .; could,  if it  ih".;red,  bi-e,!'.;   .\i!h'a   v.'tli direct  ���..���.jsm  ^rpgp  w.1-1'.. ii.. -  ,*.��.,>'i.-:, S��S58Sa<:  US**' S^n��f- Skirt Sup?ort�� not Wi* AW|^--";^W^**-  ��*�� t��tri>doce<l-    S*(li * dlM.   God !��=*���' I'/.-J^J'*  Send 2.S r��ntj for uuapU r*l Itnu W ��*p*^^||  BRUSH ft '-.0., Dc-pt. W. "TORO^ffM  ��crggT--i ���,_aJeggggja.-. "i.1' 1 im " ���-��--���fcg^ggp  fef#2s-r  ed   blov.  a   ui,in  leg  The    liu.'.in-.i    titi  :(.  "Strange, isn't it." n-marl.e.l tiie Inspired'Idiot, "that son.e |)i'r**.|,> spread  Bc-iiidul wholesale by retailing it ev-  rrvwhp;-o?"_p.al(imoic: Herald.  3HAKY  NGRVES.  Rev. Charles Aloysius ITall:  Dear Sir���You will probably wonder how  we know your name and address. A card  fell from your pocket In your dressing-  room, and wc have g-uru-deil it jealously.  Your secret la aafu willi un.  It   was   because  w  SuiTfrom from ��rv ni'- rronlilct \ ro Tn a  Stwto of O.intlnuouB Turtura-SugrKostloo*  as to Uo\t tho Trouble Can bo Oraroome.'  When your nerves are shaky your  ^self-control it shattered���your., will  ; power     is  broken.       Sudden     sounds  savins  more about   the money alter   vou! *1,1-'<^      ��-iemble;   the-e   1*,   woab-  had refused It because you elalui'-d you j l,,'ss "��� .Vcnir kie'i-. ymii rkiii i.s pule  had broken your contract hy floor! n.-,- ; and parched; vou are rest less al  Hefty.     Vou    earned    it;    >e   Boc1h.    yen    night  and   tired   when   \ou   wn!..'..       li  riclily  earned   it.     The   first   tl.intr   Hefty'-,11    ,.,,���,������   fl , , ,,    *  said   wlien   they   ��ot   him   to   lila   corner *-����1-1^   fl <"    nei\oiu.   cxn.ui.sl um.  wns,  "Well. I ain't so much, am Iv p.-msips  clue  to  overu ork  and   wony.  Inclosud please find  check on Third Na-    '"1l    boms,   hot   dnvs     nnd   want      ol  tlona! for SS'OO. ' .Mood.    Dr.    Willhinis'    I'ink    Bills     i*.  Ho have secured   from  Splcli r a mvorn    th,.  oj.p.    .,,,.,.   ��� 'n-,,,,    ,,1 ,  statement   that   he   did, not   n,:!,t   Hefty I .  '      ' d ul        o-,,   '   '     '"aU'11"^*   ��"''''.  Burke  on   thc   PvenlnR   of   April   7.     This j ������">��U I hey    linin;   up      mngled  will  appear  in  the  Annual,   with  a jioern I "'"' % l'H   ���'"������      sl I'cngt h.-n     (iri'd   bucks,  on Jicrty's fall before the Rrcai imknown. j'I hey  give  henlth   mid  cnci-"\   to  dull .  Oreai unknown!. .Vou shall.T.emnln such., despondent- men   and   women    Stroll"*'  but permit ua to express- our-ffraliiuilc- to    proof   is   ofiei-ed   i���   (1...   ,. A        ,     fr  you.   Sincerely yours.       ItOBICHT DIX       ' I, *.,,���0"CI Ld   '"'  U"    CaKe   '"     Alis  -.-���'���'                           JOHN IJUUNS.     I ���*"������  .  ��*cstcoft,,.-    of      SeafoVlli,   f)nt,.,   _���u.__:                      *!Who.   says-,   A" For. a.   long   time  ThlH  IJok*  Cnn   Spell.  j health    was'in  111 v  a   btul   state  I  wa.s  There is a south' side,lady who owns '|"s'l|b.iect to headaches,. (li/^iness and  a ''Gordon setter which she believes is , ,)(,|VO,l's oxhaustioii. -M v duppetite  endowed  with   almost' human   inielli- | Wil!i   I'"01'.   and   l   was   k(7 liadlv   nm  *i dov.-n  I  could  not .sl.-.ind  th.  : r   fried    .several   inedicin'i  ;su;ted  clilTereiit, doctors,   but.  they die  . not   help   uie   any.    One  of   niv   neigh-  geuce, says the Chicago News. This is  not a hastily formed nor unfounded  opinion, but has been developed by  years of .experience. Here is'one of  the many Incidents from which bas  sprung her faith in her dog:  ie exertion,  and     coii-  come to terms, you are the very man that her beautiful dog will choke to  we need just at present. This gen-j death on a bone some day so riising  tlenian is Mr. Burns. I am Robert her voice, she called out, "Boys,'don"t  Dix- giye   Ban   any   c-h-i-c-k-e-n   b-o-'n-e-s "  spelling these two words so the dog'.*;  attention would not be attracted, '"fin  afraid he will choke."  As   she   spelled   "chicken"   the  do"  raised his head; at "bones" he got up  walked into the dining rcwin and looked at the bones the bo.va were niektna  bars   strongly   urged   me   t b   try     Pi*.  Williams'* .Pink  Pills,   and   before   tbe  One Sunday, having finished her dl,,. ' iiTi?,"dfdr��WoZuol^ V'0  t,,min'R  ner.  the lady   went into  the  drawing ' Id    and   by"  ,,u    ,ft^  ""*���  room to read.the paper    On a rug near   half- do.en'bo^' Z'., ir.hl��  the  window   the   setter  was   basking ���y .   fn'e.ul.s     am  drowsily in the sunshine.    The |.uiv's  two sons were! still in the dining room  finishing  the   repast.  .���  id* the  mother  overheard something said about.bones.  Now, the good lady bas a;-'mortal dread  again  "You see," Dix continued, "at the  gym there is a trainer called Hefty  Burke, lie's put out every man in college who has had the courage to give  iii 111 a go. by virtue of which Mr.  Burke has begun to think himself the  whole thing, and lt therefore becomes  used     a  i-pi-i'se of  nei/'hbor.s 7 Ur.,s.  enjoying good health. and  .nave si.ice been , ���*������*  do not ��� know any!  Williams' Pink pIlls w]iw .  A'.n   is   run   clown."  '.VI1 a.I.   tli,.' pii|s j-,  ;|"''-'.v  will  do j",,,  Idem   a   f;lj:  I'ong   and   well.     I  hing   to   niiiinl   He;  Oh. (lie March wiiul.-* tlmi r.o tesrlsJ  In full .swiiiK.  Ne'er i-.'sp-'ctln^,  ivvr  Anythimr.  Start tli.* Kr.'iv ;ii.'f'"-"*''p   '-''f  A.�� fh'-y whi.A<. I,a 'mt ��v.-i  I behold their viJK'i! i-l.iy  While ht?-madly hurries lUti-i".     ,rf  And my heart hi lilK-d with IMS'"  Forty-seven Unas.a dn)'-  Oh, tho March -winds t  O'er the leas,', unn!sl f"^\ _"s  That po hovvllns IhroiiftM the ��nWwf .^"'  ���'' .'At*the Qiiaya,  M.ave nn aiiKry wnv of nipi'lnff  .At tho senile m,-,*!,'a>'.* "������*<'.  .But In every blent thai blows  There's a promlso for tin* [over  And the faith that lifts .tiie' *""  '    Where the* dandelion prows. ,jj  -S. E. Klser in Cliicauo Itecorci-i-      j  iuc-n*;  I rial.   Sold  nve done for'pther.i  yf>'.''     if   .VOU    Will   fr\vc  ,     ,     by  all  inedl-  '������110   deale,.Si   f)1.   Sf.|)(  ���'���''     eentK   .,    |)ov  .*S2.r.O.    by   add  1 in m;i  lUedicine  Or     six  '���ess i jig    f,]1(  Co..    I*,,-"  paid     at  boxes   for  Dr.     Wil-  '���oc.k'vil.le, Ont.  'rli<n*f.  Napoleon Avns;,rusticafiiig on r-  "I  wonder,"   he   mused, "������W"  call me Corporal ���Violet." , y?  ,fBrobably," asserted the guaw .,,[  cause they think you are t"8 1  bunch."      '.''',." n-tl^  "Right," exclaimed tbe"fTiipcror, .,  that is why Louis XVIII. f��ntfl ��  to pay for me." ' b[ltf  ' Laughing at-thelr expensive ui  lie fell to thinking how iniicu *.  It would have been to call lilw  ���New  York Herald.  of honor;,fc!'ut<:�� aro docldccl l,y courts  Oat   of  fliiewllon. ^  Kwator���Well, you know, U��  rule that won't work both ��'"**'���,  Wiseman-Nonsense!     W ���foy;  possibly expect a hehdlontv u'"  ^  long   headed,   for  Instanw..-1  pliia Press.  #��whle  <lWtem  ���vs^^rai-o  |t#thou<  ,Tlies  '** iW*0^'14  "4||ltb(.ni  'rOTlllbit  * ^f the c  m74%h t  ^Seem.  -^  fi*7   "Ai  " fl'jBtran  V f' cert  J,^ofto'r  fxB. ver  ti   "j-(  > -\  t A mini  f^fond j*.,. i
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M'Wji^er.ti'-a     f<>'"     typesetting   by    tele-
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n.iectod     with    a   typesetting
Jt    i.s   claimed   tbe   contriv
v-uiii   is   tho   work   of   M.   Hod
will     disjien.se      with    UT.iiHcrip
loijf.-lliL-r  for press  purposes.
or   f'!A'-'-
ii'-      ueces* u-y . ch".-i
.'I'-'.ilij i-outr.jl. The
•ll"   a   limited
"ll1   U*yp*T  i-hcst
W hon-wer   a
utile unusual physical effort makes cV
,uu:id for an eK\:.i bre.!ihiii_- tapaeity
:i-»:<-  l-.uw she puffs and pan;,;, aim,;*.!
moving j .o a P-jint of gasping.    i;he reason for
thi-.  is that  (he muscles of  the  hnvei
c.'.e^t. waist and abdomen have become
well   nigh   atrophied   through   ne-l-vj
and  tibuse.     1 hey   are ,sii;f 'auii'uia-e-
spon-ive and  lu-.ve  now   to   he  co>...\ed
a   condition   of   activity
HE'S AT WORK
ONCE MORS
Simon    V.     Landry    Cured
Dodd's   Kidney   Pills.
by
alio
iy,l<"«»KS
'!i^i¥~0
- - L»,aW
n    .  *Br-!. *•
cured   of     Bronchitis     and
by   MINAKDS   BJNmiCNT.
' .MBS.  A.   LIVINGSTON IS.
r. k. i.
\w'- cured of a severe attack of
'„* nt'ism, by ° MINABD'S LldST-
fp ' '.JOHN   MADF.lt.
i.oce   Bay.
■•A-  cured   of  a   severely   sprainiM,
.,   M I \ \ HI )'S   LI NT1 MF.NT. >
.lOS.lU'A   WVXAt'IlT,,
' ..■v.'sili-r
l.K tor
id vises   liis   patients      to,
ud      frivolous      nt   inert."
^K&SSt&Scs  ii" thev  would  preserve   Uicir.di
'S 0^P/ffl»o,,  in full  vigor.
/or p;iar "^;
y •' »*a si
'der  U.I
<r f)l.i , '• tv fi,' :«i!«-.io, •
1 ma- <•.unity ,> (
iiiili  il ,  t'hcney  iii.iJ.cis o.ttli   tnnl  ne in
-S   ti.i>
«I
IP* V-^WSOWnev A 1,0 . uoini; ii'iami'S'- 111
fc'*2fflP'»li&,oirilij. I'rtunt.v mul Stale ai
sf-™^WanO -fi"1 *•'»'-• "I in will any the
T'!IS^*0KF7]irNIiKKti   DOLLAUH  for
p'.lllKT        Of tll<> fl I til Of    I'"       .1 .
Idh'*nev  *i   Co .   (Joint:  bubiiict-i-  in ,ttlic Cil>
ie   sum   of
encli and
g«na   pvitv   caf-e   ol   Cu.tiinh    thai    dinnol
«bff*cuie(l    Iiv    Uie   ijs^    of   Ifntl's   L'aturrli
|^|e ' KKANK   .J     '.MfH.VF.V
"Jwor.-   10   liefore   me   anil  mjIisci ibeil   in
uif-"iu*c   this   (Uh   flav'of    l)<*ceiiitier.
A     W    HLlOASn.V
&&
s-flt-y.- k
HSpiI 1
Notary   I'ublK
back   to
obedience.
It   i.s   (iu;te   as   pos-ible   to    eihie.Ue
t:i«*-se   niuseh-s  £0   that  lhey   shall   respond to our slightest demand as it is
that our hau-h- are  trained 'io do om
bidding,    Liffereat  teachers will advo
ent-i different forms of breathing—up-'
per chest, side chest, lower clnsi and
abnormal     brent!,iiig--liin'    wL;it     we
most   want   is   absolute   control,   such
control of tlie niusch-s as shall eimble
ns to make uw or any .desired I'onu of
breathing at the word of command, for
all forms have special values.    Ku.il up
per chest  breathing  i.s used  most, but
lower  chest   anil   abdoniin:;)   breathing
are very  saluahle in cases of ncr\ous-,
iica-i,   Indigestion,   sloinach   and   bowel
tro iblet--.
 IX . .
The  Ti-u'.tifnl   I'Juiircr.
:\i" said the truthful pioneer,
knekisu up Pouie**wood down
••One
"i:i wns
lall':- O.itrtrrh  Cure i«; tnken  inlernall\ .
«cth  directly   on   the   blood   11 uti   rnu-
^•6£lSs t,u: f.icei-. of  the syst»:n.  Send  for tcp-
*/"* ""onicil-".  fret*.
*F    .1    CHKN'KY  /.   CO.  Toledo.   O.-
">lil   hv  all   d.-UKifii-ts,   7,*5c.
li'.i   Kmiiilv   I'illb  nre   ihe   be>-t,
jo man for'any considerable "per-
c.ui wear one. face to himself
niiotlier to' the multitude with-
11 .all.;   getting   Iiewildered   as   to
3ch   mihc  be   mio.—ffawthorne.
' **■! '■'riJ'W'S"-'
Urd's Liniraent Cures Garget in Cowx.
Shaving   In  Ejcjrpt.
|?he earliest reference to shaving of
beard is found in Genesis xli,  14.
Siere  we read  that Joseph  on  beiu
by   1 lie creek,  aud  ten  Indian-,   loomed
up.    They were pretty thirny even for
Iuc'ia::*-,.   and   liioy'n.iid   they   knew   I
had a Jug somewh'*iv, and  tiiey want-
'i*d to sample it.    I bad a log about half
'piit at Ihe lime, aiid the; ax was htiek-
i ig  in  ilu    I   told   them if tbey  would
help  .ne get  thnt   log in two 1 'would
show them w.bere the jug was. So they'
took hold, five on' one side and five on
the  other,   and   pulled.    And   when   I
took the ax cut the log sprung together
and held them all by the; fingers.   Then
I walked away to tlie liouse and I'l.Od
the shotgun and three or four p.-*.o!s
, and then went had*; and argued with
, them, and they reformed right "away."
j This   story,   says ,the   Nebraska ""State
■ .Journal, was originally told of  Daniel
Boone or Davy Crockett and has done
good service ever since.   It is not copy-
I righted, however, and there is no good
, reason why  Nebraska pioneers should
! not use It ■
Had Lame Uack, AVeak L<ff», and vras ■
Tot-iil aVreiiU heft,™ ho was Induced te
Try the jjr.al Ki.lney Eejuedy,
Uiver Bourgeois, .Richmond Co.. C.
It.. July t>.—(Special)—One more rt*
niark.ible cure has been credited to'
Dodd's Kidney Pills in this neighborhood, and thc story is best told la
the words of Simon V. Landrv, tiw
n.aji cured.    Mr. Landry says : "'
"1 was bothered for over a year
with Lame Back, Weak Legs, and
Palpitation of,the Heart arid general
weakness and shortness of breath,
Jn fact J was a total wreck. I could
not work as I got tired and weak no
easy
"I also IircJ a weakness in my
Momach, and it wa.s so bad that I
could not bend down to do anything.
1 tri'ed m'ui.y medicines without getting any relief till I was induced to
try Tlodd's Kidney Pills.
"After I had used three' boxes of
them I was able to start work again.
1, recommend Dodd's'Kidney Bills te
everybody,"   '   ,
It is cures like these that give
T)odd's Kidney Pills their popularity.
Thoy not only relieve but make people able and willing to work.
CONGRES
At     tlio     '■l-.oiul
S FOR CHEMISTRY.
"he
Xew Zealand government has
appointed, two dairy'experts with a
view to increasing their exports -, 0
Ureat Britain. One of the e.xp'-i-is i«
ft Canadian.
Minarti's Liniment Cures Diphtheria;
'y/ith the exception of lbvenn.1. im*-
tln-To are manv new ways of doing
old things. ' .
. r.\'f*KU.KXT KKASONX exist ul-i 1J,-
A1OHI.1.S l-'cleclrir (),) hlioii!d he ns.-it Iv
e.'Kon.s troubled with nfli'i tions-' of th-
Cliroul or luiitfs ■ .'.ores
11 i-u.'iiaric nmii cu.-ns
ii'i'-.iil in nines. '1 h
i-, 's:ici>dv
[liiri'
1:11 ci n.ill\
01
iiriiin   thc   at'.in
humon-i     or     cv-
-■   veasuns   nre.   thai it
'ind ^   unoti.ecci.innate
1   applit'ii   ->-. 11 v% m-aiT,
Attar
\,
Eyes   With Ooublti Pcplla.
Cicero says that "tbe glance of all
women with tbe double pupil in the eye
jrtOniuoncd before Hie' king , shaved 'S noxious, blighting and withering."
'^SttseK. There are several' references Cadmus tells us that such persons
$|to shaving in Leviticus, and the would not drown. Still others say that
Jf&ctico is alluded to In many other ir they, did drown the body would nor
lilts of the Bible. However, Egypt or sink, neither would, it decay. They
' ""*  e otily country mentioned  iu the   could 'cure  the disease of  tbe chest—
consunipt'lon—b\ rubbing their pcrspi-
n.lloti on the affected parts of the indi-
viu.ral,. and iu case the, double pupils
were red Inst.-ad of black they ccuid
■ •ure the lepers and the blind.   ,
If vo-jf children ,nv t rouljipd witii
worms, «■;-.,. them .Mother Cr.iM-s-■ Woi :n
FA-lorrninator: kui'c, sure effort*.!ul Ti*.
it, and mark tlie iin:)r<)\(-niciu in von.
cliilri.
^'"'f-^^Blble where -shaving  was   pracliceii
,   j0$Mmf$ all  other   countries   at   that" time
H' "i-^o^SSi^ij fln act would have been consid-
~>j'vmJL-.~ -
^^I^Bns that the Egyptians allowed their
ignominious.    Herodotus    men-
-'i    ^vi^^weards  to  grow   when   they  swere  in
''7 s"~1i^^ra6uniiug.   So particular were thev. as
01 y!,i.i<; _\ lang, \\h:ch rivals
idtar of roses as a,'perfume, ,md i.s
worth from £8 to £10 more per, iii..
i.s the product 01" a tree which grows
in the  Philippines
\n iron cable, which chums to :,<■
the largest in .the., world, has been
finished at Lebanon, Pa. It is mnro
chan a mile ? long, and each link
veighs 93 pounds.     •
'Mi
$mlfo shaving at all other times  that to
|-,**'*^.?®SaTe  iieglacted  It* was  to  make  one-,
it the butt of- coarse and  ridiculous
tokes. ° *   1 ■
Even ln (his day and age when the
yptian. wants   to   convey   the   idea
a man of low conditioti and sloven-
habits  he  always  pictures   to  you
man with a full beard.   This notion
very   anciput.   a   fact   attested   by
■tjyorks  of art   found  iu   burial   nionu-
ittenta dating back tbousauds of years.
AjSfrM
Hr
iSi
,, Tolil t.-iiin  a-.iii   Slntcimnn.
'".Maw, .what's de difference between
er politician and er statesman?."
*  -V.'i-ll.    honey,   a    mushroom's   good
liu'l it V" ,
Yes. 'um."
Ami a toadstool i« pizen, ain't it?"  .
-i'"s "um."
.-.■.i.i de.v 'oof look alike?"
Yes. 'um."
"Di'.i   i;!!ll"   diffei ell!
• a to a poiitia-iau "
e  frotn a states
1-L**change.
«r.
air
Sonihern   Enrape.
t(:p*WiWS' traveIer writes: "I have often been
•l£^itP^ck hy tbe ease v-'ulj which people
PtSplw 80uthoriJ Europe are amused. In '
f5^^a?arls iOO.OOO people go out to Long-
f;-§,-^^fean-Ps for the Grand Prix race, aud
^'S^^&a-^ •• million people' go out and line
a .,i*r
■*> <,'**'
--•7*--<w
lA%m
771f5iHfcb Campagna  to a  spot  where once
iiSw*!
., . ,w~,rv a   --e-uple  to  Venus and  bold  a
P^Wpicnic, while 50,000 go out aud line the
ff&wS£w[a-a  ™&y  to. see them  return.   In
l7"^f|£adrId aiIs Peculiarity  is even  more
pil^|^arked- 0n the Puerta del Sol about a
Minard's LininKflt Cures Colds, etc.
I'se   Lever's     Dry   Soap, (a   powd'n-) !
-•olct'.s1 ^nd  tla'anels,—Vou
lithe roads on their »-eturn to Bee them
)ine back.  In Ro.Juo at tho feast of tbe
f^Bivlno Amore" 5,000 people go out on
to  wash
lit-1    it.
i-'ubllc   llusl.niU'—Tliere  was   a   pericolic   lr.\cl.\"   woman    in     tli*"*   thoatse
I 0-1 i tfb t. . niv   deai-      I   couldn't   keen!
in>   e.M*s  olT I'.i'r.
^\'ifo—Indeed  '    How
< 1 nd   ol    \o-i
(.*!!
me
Keep   calm,
ns \11nrsolf
my   love,   l.."*ep   culm
SICKLY ,BAD1KS.
[wiousand people stand around and do
'WW'^^&lhlnS outdoors, while crowds of peo-
*^^^e 8lt indoors or lean from balconies to
^^&atch them do It, And in Seville the
*w9Ble ricb 8lt ln cluba and *-«fcs on the
^Ipfti161™ t0 Wfltch tho lower classes walk     _( ^^   _.     ^ t
$$$St&P' Whlle tbe Iower classes walk by to   A\vM"TnbleUs"' wVlV cure all  l-.aby tiou
l|t|l^^atch the Idle r,cb s|ttlng la the clubi    | |,,s    'n,ey   a:e   mildly   hiMiliio     and
"A
y/.
Weak., sickly ""babies are a * great,
trial to mothers. They need .constant
(are both night and day and soon
wear the mother out. Baby's little
stomach is the cause of most of the
trouble: it i.s very weak, and in con-
M'lpience   very   easi.y   upset.       Baby's
rlsl
r^^^bd cafefl on the Slerpes."
te't^S^S r,,lM"  --ulr  In   tClir.al)i-<ir» TJune,
,i\i-  promjit   relief     ("oiicorning  them      |
Abs.    |{    .1.   Balfour.   Oniemee.    Ont .
I      ha\e    used      Haby's   Own
Uld
\tt
M'li:,;;    in    licrlin   ,**ir ^S'.
< i.»*.1l|.-,  * m. 1 c; .»:.   *.  : in-i.
Ihe Inf ej-nat ional Congress for Applied f'liemistiy iu-ld a si-cond jiir-n-
&ry sitting m Berlin leccntly, dui ing
which Sir VrillJam Crooi.es fielivcn-d
an address entitled '•""Modern v'lev.s
on "Matter: Thts Iteali/.ation of a
Dream."' Tho lecturer said that for
nearly a century men ui science had
l"*cn dreaming of atoms, molcvui-'.s,
and ultramundane particles, and had
been spi-eulaimg as lo the origin of
matter. Tln-y had now got so far a.s
to a'dmit the pos'-ibi]/ly ■ of rosol'.'ii.g
the chemical elements into sinii>ler
forms of matt"!*, or e\ en of reiinmg
them away alt oc,ft h.-r into eth.-real
vibrations or electrical  en-' i'g*y.
Sir A'.'illiam Crooi-.e.s then gave a
brief account of some irivos;tie,aAons
bearing on the constitution of m.it-
ter and the possibility of dissociating the chemical elements. lie remarked that a number of isolated
hypotheses as',to the existence of
matter in an ultra-ga.ieou.s state, tho
exist'.-nce of material panicles smaller than atoms, Um* existence of electrical atoms or electrons, tbe constitution of Jt*o'"nlg'>n inys tind their
passage through opaque bodies, tbe
cii'unat ions from uranium, and the
dissocial ion of il.i- ei> m.-nls were
now weidfd into emu harmonious
theory by" the discovery of radium.
After paying a hif-.h tribute to the
labors of 7U. and "Mjik-. Curio and "M.
P.emont, he proceeded to describe
some of the cl.arac'u ristic of radium.'
He said thai the most .striking property of radium v. as its power to
send forth torrents of emanations A
convenient method of ebser*. ing these
emanations wa.s fo fit a bh-ndo screen
at this end of a bia-s ' tube; with a |
speck of radium salt in front, about
a millimeter off and to have a lens
ot the other end The emanations
could then be observed in the fui*m
of scintillations on the screen. In
conclusion,' Sir V\illi-,m Crook.-s remarked with regard to this and other  experiments:
"Indulging in a 'scientific use of the
imagination' and pushing the hypothesis of the electronic constitution
of 'matter to what I consider its logical limit, we may be in fact witnessing a spontaneous dissociation of
radium—and we begin to doubt the
permanent stability ,of matter. The
chemical atom may bo actually suffering ra catabolic transformation,
but at'' so slow a rate that, supposing a million atoms fly off every
second, it would take a century for
its weight Lo diminish by one milligramme.
"Jt must never bp forgotten that
theories are, only u.Ajful :--o long 'as
they admit of the harmonious correlation of facts nilo a reesor-ai.1..; system. Direct ly a fact i-oam's to be
pigeon-holed ami will not In* explained on theoretic grounds, the theory
must po or it must be re\ ised to
admit 1 iie new fact. The nineteenth
century saw the birth of in-w views
of atoms,, electricity, and ether. Our j
views to-day of the constitution of
matter may appear satisfactory to
us, but how will it be at the close
of the twentieth criuuiw? Are we not
incessantly learning the lesson that
our researches havo only a pro**, is-
ional value? A hundred years hence
shall we acquiesce in the resolution
of the material universe info a swarm
of rushing electrons'' '
"Tin's fatal quality of atomic dissociation appears to he univeisal,
and operates whenever wo brash
piece of glass with silk; it works
thc Sunshine and raindrops, and
the lightnings and flame: it j rev-
in the I*... iei-fa"! ancl tho siori's;. .<-
And alli'.oac'n  the     whole     rana.*
'i -OS    £2 -vS^   fe-1 WI
Good Bread—Good Children.
Other things . being equal, tho
child who is bost nourished—hns
moiec-f bruin and brav/n than his
Playfellows—makes the best man
end the best citizen.
is the flour that produces the
bread ti...t nourishes the child
Uaat( makes the best citbr-n, and
that's easily dej-uoj-iftr.ited.
The Ogllvie Piour Mills Co.,  Ltd
'•'The honorable gentlemen
opposite may scarcely   credit
this, but it is my firm belief
that if a few boxes of these
most excellent cigars had been,
judiciously distributed among
the Boer Generals their savage natures would have been
soothed' and  that  cruel  war
niight    never     have   ' .taken
place."
r      1
T*iJ-k*E*>     '
Th©   acknowledged   Leader
J. RS. FGur-tier, Limited, Montreal
EverytHirxg Men, CSX Boys Wear from Koa'd to Foot
s.
-*£«■•-£* W^Z^'
"With the approach of spring ooinei* wet, slushy weathor—that
ia the time your shoes get, tho (.Teat est, t^t. Tits you.-a-vjaExt
o. Pair* of SIipcs thni iviti keep your fcot dry—will wiCh-
Rtand Blush and water—ai-cnlwajsn'iiiible and comfortable 611 tha
fcot, and will outivear aiiytlimij; you ever hud beiorel TTKat'o
tho Kind' -»v« waat to soil yoti.
' No tncks. 11 Ails or liunii*-, bur a*; smooth aa n, (--lovo inside,
Ooodyoar nnd Enpclish welts, carofnlly made e::pre-&Iy for us by
exiieiL Morkrnen.1 IP-iwy solcv 11 nil uppers for heavy -wcav,
SnscUum soles and tippers for iis?Ut '.ve.-'.i-, and in Ann single rfot*
light shoes for dress wca, Tlie leathers are Box Caif,
Don&'ola Kia, or PatentLoniher. Toll usihe»orfc
of boot you wiint and thc Hire, an.i J on wiil ho delighted ,with
wha ■ we faend you.   (If you aru not t-ai i-liccl with tneni when
xpense,
are
StS§^f   I o»e FREE
----..*-v.-t.^1 . WOULD YOU JL,3K>: CUR  CATALOGUE?   |
"^^§r*y^^islt!vsl I It's bi-innuinK f>vei* witti n;:\v tliintM for men and lioyri, and
-fcEfe-.,-^*'^^! j some things for laili< s„ unci  you *>--- ill find it a great inoney-
 C?i| j   aver—you really fcan'l Hjlord to bo williout, it.    Send us a
■_J&&&'3?f3 1 post card witii your ria'.ie and address and Ive ».ri'Jmail you
li^.
E;    Iffiporter end Marit-ifact'iirej-,
:p jamieson
i      Toronto,Ont.
ll
in
m
ids
1
01
honmn   experience ,is  all   too   i-hort to|
afford   n   parallax   whorehy   tl
dat
home    whci'o   there   are
11   hut In gloomy Loclilcvei'i. previous   .snhlo fin * a.n.V
:o lier lining behended, wigs were nu-, ii'.tie ones." '..,.'■.'
' 'T'-*.   ,'Gentlemen who .purticulnrly       Mothers   from   nil   parts  of   C'nnadii
Nli.oU to please their lady friends pre-' V.'iU-c   in favor of  Baby's  Own'-Tnh-
?|<"tr*d   them   \yith  wIrs of  the   latest
¥A*h
rlpP'lFs! A
V® I A, !,*'
h^i.'«?^^Ji nlo   of   hair   nnd- newest   style   of
oiffuriiig.    Fancy a  gentleman of to-
aesJ?^ 1"'0-sontl"«: ->'3.sweetheart the last
^Igloui iu back hair! -
A .yoiiiersct innkeeper, who. has failed in, his lni.sine.ss. R'tive us* u rciison
for hi.s • in.SQlvency at his. I'mblic.' ex-
r.ininat ion that' "the .whole ■ .'of the
I'ilhiQcrs  had   turned  teetotallers."   '
of the extinction of niatt.-*r con '.e
calculated. 'protyle,' the formless
niii-t.' once o;4*aiii may roien supi-.-iae
nnd the hour-hand of cternitv v.iil
ha\e coniplricd one revolution."—
London  Times   Correspondent. i
'        .'oiis'flfl  CJooJiMil 1-.* .
Jn  the  Alleynian,   the  school   mag-
ai'ice   of  Dnlwich,   ap.nc.*.-s    a    witty
ia] er  on   "Si-nsir'e  IJeonietry,"   Irom
.vhi  h   we  tal.c   iho  following:
IViinitions.—The     landlady     of      a
hoarding  house   is   a   pni\*<.l!>-lon-Aun—
i thnt    is,     an    oblong   angular   liL-ure
win", h cannot be described,  but which
is e{iial   to anything.
Ail the rooms being tal.en, a .single rooif 'S said to he a double
room. ,
Postulates.—A pie may be produced  any number of times.
The cloth.es of a boarding house
hod. though produced ever so far
both ways wiH newr meet.
Any two meals at a hoarding
horse are together less than one
square  nienl.
On the same bill and on (hes.uno
sidi*- of it there shall he two chargea
for tho same thing.—London Kx-
press.    ", _..-■'
llnmboo   Opal*.
Kuraboo   opals   are   peculiar .gems
^vhlch   nre. sometimes   found* In   tho
l*"«/tem of tlie bamboo.   This gem is very
\i»r~	
miiih*   perso'iis   linv.i   pi'riodii'iil     jittuckH
,   A .,(:..»   ti...   r.i A„,   -ih.-.f iiimMir,. ■"■   Canudiiui   C'liolorii.- Dysentery   OI*   I-*itir--
lets, proving   the  claim   that they -■>■**., lll0m,   utl<i navo to use e.I:cat. i.r.'1-aiuioiA
t he, 'very   best,    medicine  for-  all    the yie  uvuid   ilu- <-iisense.   ('Ihuirp'01   \y:ii..r.
minor ills of infants and young chil-.j aoLjih;. mid um'ii fniif. is. sure to'lu'ini:
■   ,   ,  , j   . a ' •     '   "' ■       ■    fi'   the   attacks.        1.0     such   nfrsniA      iro
dren     Cuaianteed  to contain   no  opi- ' u,;ui,i      rccoinmeiiil   Dr.   ,J.   1.1. ■ KelJoiiru'.-i
! '\scnt 1'i'v Corilial as lioiiij*- tlie Lest nicd-
'ii-'n..' '.n the world 'for all summer coin-
i>iiH'>ts. If a low . (lro.is' 11 re' taken in
irnliT  ni'.cii   the  symptoms  are ''noticed nn.
ate.    dPrice  2f>   cents  a box,   at
al
[druggists   or     direct,     from   The     Dr
■j Mril)ianis'     Jreclicinc   Co.,   Brockville
Out.. 7 ,
^a,° from "the .fact'--that not one  in a
*5Wnl10Usand   IJtimboo   stems   corjjtnins   it.
1 i|#,Ilebe   veeetable   growths   arc   called
A wtobiiciit-   by
mil
Chai-ncter, is  the substance:; reputation the shadow.
'hor   trouble   will   tic', experienced.
.Some people are
take a hint.
too independent to
How  Yeast'.'Works.
, The growth of. tho yeast plant is
so rapid tha't its individual cclis can
bo seen lindei.y the microscope; to
spring up as liiuls upon* the-'parent'
cell and to grow to full size, these
presently., to .give off. Imds them-.
.Bel \ os that expand in like manner.
.In the case of .the. yeast plant the
cells remain attached to each other
nnd thus form-.brandies of elongated
cells fixed end to end. In other cases
the* buds*',drop- off, so that the plant
never takes any definite shape, but
remains as a'mass of. free'cells.
It ,a new cell .bo   formed every niin-
Take ' a . few   swimming   lessons    he-
fore, liorning your bridges behind, you.
.As.   I'.i rn ie lee's    Yefve'tiilile   ,Pili«   conuiii.
.Mi-auii'iik'.' and   Untiilelion',  thev  cure'Livei.-
and   , Kiiin'ev    l/oiiiphihits.. . with    inieri-iiiii ■
ci'i 1 uiiUy.    M'lH'.v   iilsio'-ciiutiiiii   roots    and
'Uvrlis   wli'ich   b'uvo   spi.citic   virtues   t.fii l\-
ui)in!..|-fi!l   in   their. .aiM'ii.in  011   I lie stmiuicli
a,i,(t     !i.iv,,els_    Mr        if      A;.       Cai rnci-.n-s
t-inutoripearcf    writes:1   •• I     consider    i'*itr-
11,1. ice's   ''ili.s  'an   excellenl   romei'iv . for llil-
iiaisiH'is   end     lieraniri'iuent    of    the   liver;
t i.Viim   used   them .myself, for  some' l.iiiu"'."
tbtni
the   Filipinos.     Some  of
are so gimllar-tbat Is, ■ they ei- |
111 rutin"- boots nnd shoes,'cause corns. ,
itbllownv's Corn* Cure is the article to •
use.    Get   n  botilcfit once am!  cure vour j
ceriip. •       'd .-. "
■A
Jubit so.perfectly, the characteristics of
OV1?. °I)al~tllnt eyen experts frequently
1\>W   l t0 distinguish'them from the real
A*7
IVliy He Aitplnmlvd
Are you fond  of  music?"  uaked  a   chines.
That automobile racing will he permanently prohibited in France is unlikely. Automobile building now engage's more than 20.000 skilled workmen 'n France, and the races give
world-wide advertising to French mn-
. '^Biianger of the young man at the con-  . _      „   -TT 77ZZ?
y/KK  who  was   applaudii.g  vigorously    Hfeafd'S LfelBMat CtireS
palter a pretty girl had sung .'^01^ in
""���•■ry painful way.
■M
'Not
,-m-    ^o- P!>rticuh,rly." replied thc young
1^5niu!   n-ankly.   -but   I   un,   extremely
fej-fond of the musician."
It ■ *  .
'm
.     ■-'.#■ ■
I     Ou'r   faults  are   soon   'Torgotton—-if
known  onlv  to   ourselves.
\J\f-  BM.   KJ. T*Sg- ar*.3"3'
A little Sunlight Soap will clean
cut glass and other articles until
they shine and sparkle. Sunlight
Soap will wash other things than
clothes. '
Somebody  says  that,     politeness    is
lil-e  an  iiir-c.ushion-T-there. may - lie 'nothing   in   it.   but''it.  eases   our ,   jolts
uto by oach of  the cclis  present* yon j wonderfully. ■   .   ' •■
maj- calculate' the  number  thnt    will:
j' be \jTxui need in an hour. ■TIuis at the:
' end  of the first-minute  there   will   be,
(  two,-   in   two  mi 11t1t.es four,    in three ,
j minutes   eight,   and   so   on.'   . Tn    five j*
miniites  there  will   bo  thirty-two;   in •
ten ,  minutes   the    number   will,  leave'-*'
increased    to   .1,02.1.    and    in   fifteen j
minutes   thero  will   be  32,7(18  cells.— ,
Hospital. I
.   _        __ 1
Moni.cl"   I":nl  fur V.Civic--. .
Wearing monocles, the latest, fash-,
ion for ladies, a craze1 recently start-,
ed in Paris by ladies of tlie .Servian^
colony,  is  extending  to  "London. j
The1 .Vusirian
cs;. ' en'   . Itoyal
empire is the great.-,
sfior'tsmer... Ilctwecn
he .killed . 1.2 IH. deer
ii nil  T.'.li -irha in0is.  I.iesides
of hea'd of "<it he.r gainc.
t honsands
, .'■'iii.-nlii.c, I !i-:'a:m-,'iiii ills   al*   The   Sli'tn.icli  .'
!.i*-"r    aie.l     t'f'r'U    tire   speedily     renioi i-i
Im   'Un.. -naive   pr'neinle  ol*   the 'iiiiiirei'lien'd--
1 -i.'it.'uk   ilil.u    ,,t!ie   e.o.nii'iisil ion-   ol"     "J'nr-'
melee's   \ i'._..e.'fil>le   I'iils,    Tliere-;>'i!s     au
si.'eciili'ullv 0:1   lhe iiei-aU'ri'd   I'li'irans.  'h-tiin-
ii;/'al iue   •,'A;.rl:oii    Uie  .doiMii.i.i.t.    e
o'f   Uie. sysl e:t'i.    thereby    rem-. .\ iii.r'
:•--ill. riri'.eu in..-   Ii.i\: ' ii'ml   vituiitv-   in
llif lesi.     in    itiis   lies   Uie   r'-'A'iA ■■■ .-
!iu-   poputu i-it v   of     i'arnii:-!'-.-s   \'c-
l'ills;  •
i|.-*i"i."i.-~
the' '|jf-
!•■■ t .. [
AlahA
weet
comes only by having a perfect
acting liver and good digestion—
both can easily be had by using
j.    Owinc   IH   11;.'*   high   pr
..coul,   the   'A wed i.f 1   gov'e:
■ teiidiniv  ia.rge]\---the   use
fuel   for   its   -good's      Ida
f tale .ni il wh vs.
1
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.,f   t •.
i'i iif's. >.*.
;f '.'ml*
.-•exe tie'i'i-
n   des   i
.'.■.ei l':'i
in'   ' t in'1    St.:
Par's,    ne t
1 To  wis cli'i
t-.f
1 c
.'lea ri      |y-!'"!<v!h'
1 ecper of the  .larc
ha-"-'-   missed     li.ii i.y
hei-hivni'i.Mis    aiainel,*
Zoological ' <Airde::s   at
"irngic  d(.;iUi   reci.-nt lv..
in.ii   the 'lii'i i.iiioi ainus  iiiifrh-i-s; whin
an   aeiiua!     which   w.'s  a!w,i\-s  runviil
iiWi
■■I'll \{
ih
ri'.'-Tu
ium.
i3
What    we  reap   depends  upon   whnl
tbo otbor fellows  now.
Sold Everywhere.   In boxes, 25 cents.
in,!."  its  i*,-.'
au. us
l-rute tori
open
his   body.
!l
iint.feriir.:  i-aei;   , he
. chest, ami cru'-hif
1 ji|fe5
^S
il
l*A-»'
^m*?^ i  ', }  A        AA'lfAM  !*        ?.���.'.       '���!  !    f -.? vr  t       '  * i  i  ���*'.i  .'    i  "*��� I  ���"^fy"?^:?!^  ��3QaaBruzM3E��sticsauaaniMi  I Ull      MOIIB      itlililjK,      I K5':'}E,,re"tlr Clu-tubojlalii-,- Cfiol'r, poj. j <f  v:-->^;/  -,-   :      t    '-       'V, r.r/' ��i!!)'.-bow Bjr;e,:y.    , j   | ,  V-boU'fr 3!g!iteoc rcontlja age-Mr, \V, I *%  ,   ���'   a. ��� '- ������ ���  \J .yr,    l-ijii   ��0  <i  *J  r ibl:ftScfr-fI:6"!it5rc=*/c!'ib3 pccpls? 6. Ilaar.i-*:^ of Albany. 3T. Y,.  wit'oly  17     cfHcyls c-cg iii&ap jkcotsuEy.       ^ Knov:n ir. trade ftirclco cs ths repreesn-  tail's of the- Albany   Chemical Co.,  -   r-ubKxfoers.f wa-3 suf-'erinj h-om a proti-aete'd   attack ���  -���v.ff:-'-.'���:���*| of diarrhoea.    "I   tried  Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and Di.irroo.i Een;edy,':  a^.^        '.'- , - ��� " -    '        I*"    .  "V    A'~l '' r- \     . r</ llj...   ' ^.'Vy*".   I   it  IB*  ��� "-t t",b-*v-*,J'P"TC  ,f*        ' 'Aw   !��.,  . ���  ' .-'/M'lffl'  . -'   lyyw?','   ..   J-XT33 OF SU&SCEIPXIOif. '  v>io "^'pr-r..."....'��.'...',.'...*..."-?.....f ,d..���;...., $2.00  <*��� i. _l^ax _-���_���..  -.���. ���: ���  "     SATURDAY AUGUST 1, 1905.  -���-"*���; a' \ \-   ^ 3 vi* -       ��   =���-*'������   l����i|ter;  fcXj    -*     - ���.���.HJllU.MUfaMK  The LiberaTe "of"TKeT 0ranbrok district are pertainly having a inonkej  and a parrot of a time in selecting,  their candidal?. Two conceptions,  have been beld'and nothing done, and,  ,vhat the repu'lt of the third convention I BECAUSE ^ it   is   the  ;iost lastixcs  will be,is a hard  piatte'r'at this  time   ,.���p '        Cl.iev/: ���  ... i .,* j .bLGAL/sE  it   13   the   largest  high  jrade 10 or 20c plug.  he says, "nmi obtained immediate re  lief. I cheerfully recommend this  medicine to these wfciijarly afnicted.'.  Sojd by till Druggists' ,  Why j-ou should buy  FAIR FLAY. CHEWING  TQBiLQGO- <  BECAUSE il, is the bbs-i-quality.  to foretell.  ' .'���!'���.  d'i'.'  ��� f  !7.'r  :;''���!���.������  mw'  "KTbat tho Uoiifis Mpapc.  Mr. Gronin sizes'  up   the' 'result  of  Lhe lead bonus as fqlloy/e.  fJThc nejy boy ply pf '��-^. of a pent a  ;ioi;nd  jyhich   tpe  .Gancdjan  government expects to pay on lead  is*  really  not so big as jt sounds.'    For 'instance  when the price of lead in  London raises above,��12 IDs  a   ton, the  price  of  bounty    will " iall      crirrespopdingly.  Lead   at ��12   10s   is  equal   to  about  i-2.G7 a hundred'-pounds',  which,  plus  the    bounty'of 75  cent  a  hundred,  makes a quotation of .f>3.42 a hundred.  Therefore $3.4.2 a hundred is the highest price which we could  receive   for.  lead under the benefits ol  the  bounty.  The only way that the price would  be  raised above* that is for lead  in-London to take an  altogether, unexpected  :*purt. ,.    . '  "However   the , British     Columbia  smelters to  which   we  sell  deduct an  > ft       ���  arbitrary oharge of $1 a hundred from  the London quotations, to make* up  for alleged expenses in-exporting Ihe  lead. Therefore the most we shall be  able to expect is $2.<12 a hundred  pounds,   .while   the 'American mine-  . owners are getting 3 1-2 cent" from  the smelters here.  ,    "As a'matter of fact,  with   Louden  lead worth about Jill j3s, aa it  is nc.**,  "we get only $2.20 for our lead, even  *    �� '���      \ ���'   Ak>      .   *-.-i    '.   :  ��� v  BECAUSE the tags jUIE valuable for  premiums until Jan. 1, 1906  BECAUSE we guaiianteb every plug,  and  BECAUSE your'dealer  is   anlhorzied  Jifl'SJdoDtjfll Jata  on .OamgbsU  eldest.' a  ���  Eeeidential    Icta  op  Tayiptoek  street.  Jlouce and Ioio.n Victoria 3'reet.  House pud  lot on Lake Shore  avenue.  Business    block    en    Victoria  street.  Good dairy business noar town.  Slining stock, - ,  FOE RENT.  Office rooms nnd living appart-  .aients on ^Victoria street.  Houses for rout.  We do   s,  general   eonimisnion  business. '  Farrell �� Sraytli.  liiceta in tb3 ���. 0. O. F. hall every  Saturday evening Vt 0 o'clock,  Visiting brGthre;*: ar:i cordially in-  *.ited  lo  fit tend   t.:css  r.iee tings.  11. A. Sw.j'i;, -��� F. iDivjt-Toy,  Pres. '    ' Bcc'y.  ^        -/ Vi*/1  7'^  _ t j^rvr 5tfr  ,-r~   *$l-  ���J-'^m  iHRBS  ���' '"��*$��  ��� i.ii 'rtAAAj.'  -"   'tt.-^feB  j Meets every'Monday evening in  the;r  hall  on  Victoria street.    Sojourning j  Odd Fellows cordially invited. \  ,.C. A. Footk,  Noble Grand.  F. J. Q'AVTU,  Secr'y.  to   refund" your   money   if | Box 35  you are not satisfied.  ��,ia.yww-��.,.,., .������,.... i, Mam,, ������,,iiiw,����  THE EMJ'IRE TOBACCO CO.   Ltd.  MOYIE, B. C.  Insure Todaj*'' It  May Be Too Late  Tomorrow.  ci  INSURE  WITH  ,pfie; figeesife  & Elwell  Oures Pain Instantly  in .any part of''body.  Without taking a/ drop of  inedicino. All the superficial  paina'are relieved without tlie  big risk ot taking dangerous  drugs into the system. Its  work   is   simply   marvelous,'  Price, ��2.00.  CHRISTIAN     NIELSEN,      Agent  MOYIE, Ji. c'.   *  . f: gurd9 .  Head Office  CRAXUItOOlC  MOTE  W��  with the bounty.   You see the bounty  ii-        i    >    I.    -  does not eciual the arbitrary deduction  which ihe smelters make for marketing the lead. The nest thing that we  must look forward to is a reduction by  the Binelters in this arbitrary rate,  YaIua*bJ.�� Time Saved.  Slight injuries often disable a   man  yund cause several days'  loss   of   time  1   and when blood poison develops, eorao-  time result in the loss  of a  hand  or  limb.    Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an  ' .       v i. ���   , >  > >      ,7       .-i      .       ; > >  antiseptic liniment.    When applied to  ������ ���-��� i   ...... -. - * *��� ��  cuts, bruises and burns il causes them  to heal quickly and without maturation, and preyento any danger cf blood  poison,   l^or sale by all Ijrug^ists,  A   MO 11 AX.  I oupe kjijS'.y ���*} dear little mother.  With a'beautiful Wue-cyecl 1*����-,  Slje coaistaii'tb' b?ftliecl and.l^rushoil.hinj,  And when he.hf".d tijed of.toy  She would talfe jt ai*d' scald it ijnd ^sorfipn'it  Aud lay it iiiyijy in tbe sun;  And.thntis the lray.she.tqok.carp.qf^  Itis pl*vy thingsfevery.one.  I Pent up iu his.o\yn litle pla.yhoqse  The baby grew peaked.aud.pale(  And there were the neighbors.childrec  All dirty i^iul ha]ipy aud hale,  if tho baby went out for iiu niriuij  The nurse was to ii|jdcr&t<in<l  That noue of tne neighbors' cluldreq  Wiib ever to touch his baud.  Hut tliey did, and the injured njothcr  ilrouijht the dear tuvbv iuhide  Aii'l shut him up in his playhouso,  Where the Uitle'ouc fietted and died.  Then the Loin heart turuect to the Yiio'm  And ibis was the weight of her jiruyor:  'Oh, Mother dear, don't let li ini play with  The other auijelb up there.*."  GET YOUR  ���Vege tables:  Fruit, Tea/boffee;  Stovepipes anci  Tinware at  V. ii. F. C'RQSBY, r-roprietor.  0. F. DESAULNIER,  DEALER  IX  Moyle Board of. Trade  Meets on thc first Wednesday  evening of erfch    month at  0 o'clock sharp  iu tha court  ,   house.  James Cno:;r>r,llon'. Pros,   ,  A. V. MdiCPo;?.u,n, Prop.  P.P.   J,OI1.\'SVOII, \ Jt.  GAHVW.LIj,  Vico-Prcs. Sec'  Harvey   &   McOarter,' kg  TOUT STEHl.f.U.O  ^  Hfirvoy, l!eCartor& l'iiikliinn.  jievelstokj:, b. c.  Barristers & Solicitors.  JtAIlIUSTEIt, SOLICITOR, KXC.  CRANBROOK. ���        ' *' '���      B. C  BR. F. E.'KINCJ,  X> EEflTTIST.  Oranbrook,  , B,  6.,  tUMQanc  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens'4-^e.   '  MOYIE  George H. ThorD.pson;  SiKRfs'TKit, 'h?oucn'cn, No "j  ff'     tary Public, &<;. *  olicitorfor the Iinperial  i?a:i!c of Ganad?-.  ..   ��� i      ;   v      ...  G  g  ���>;  Nsyl^llkaLU  nigs," Chemicals  Toilet Articles  "a.aa, ���     l * ^     -.      j��     ������.'  Drug and Stationery  Store,  Office .Stationery.  School Supplies,  -���mm  -S&3&''  ,*-i-i-*Sfj|  -.->��-.'�����  o   The kiibJi cfJaccoinraociation?  for(tl.o travoiing public.  f J. McMahon,  Mgr.  JOSEPH NIEDERSTADT, Prop  msamcx-T'vrr.  mZSOGJCi-lJAMMTwaacXiS  aeaa^jma ���JUJ-w^^rawM  AS^ATJKM.  *-�����!-  TO AXD  FRO".! ALL  KELSON,  3. C  ���\'rA ���  a��rannmM��wj,M��a.iKH��iii.i^..ia:.^3.w��j;  wc.  rj-ejmre to llogihlur.  Tliofce Wishing to register and be  placed on the voter.**' list should make  application to P. L. Hope or Constable P. G. Routh. There i= no fte  chaiged in connection with registering.  The qualification of a voter  are   being a male   British   ���Bubjecit   over 21 j  years of age, a resident, in   the' pvov-1  ince for six months,1 in the district for  one monthdand being able to.read   the  act if so required by the collector.^  Applications must be under.oath or,  affirmation, and may be signed beforo  a constable, postmaster or other officii*'.  ' Ttf.fapj:l-cation* must give the lull  ��� at; (tire irntiavs ,are not sufiicieiit,)  the .'d.Hi'|i.*ytdoufind the resilience, po  that hi.-i ��� whercabe-utt* .may be easily  uscertainL-d. A votfr'i-: name will appear on tlie voters''list, as follows;  Smith, John A,, Moyie, north ���.side  Queen's avenue, between Victoria and  Tavistock, capitalist.  Be careful in making your application.  iosepn'fs   Convent.  >;ej-.'--o:n, n. c.  AL   OC4.U  FOR   PIHE   TAILORING   GO    TO  MEEOHAMT   TAILOR  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating ,  Trousers,   Imported     Guods.  MOYIE, B. 0  duality not excelled in,the country-  -Tryjitjand $j$M  be'eonvinced.  >. v  ������fiiiiXSSV  in *tm >-��   -��^   ���- _.   ._ . 1  tA^MiM  -i5oa-.ci.iig und Day School  conducted !a- tl.o Si.-'.cr-, of til. Juricpb. Nelson  i5.   C.      C'jiiinierf;i:.l    anij    l��n.-.inci-H  'iv.     i*.:-:c-,'ii?iici!   and  y.  <-'i I't   :       :    -; ,  fc>\ft,   jitogn s   .-if:ciK*if*..i-,o   rnon de  1     ���''*���      ''           l'.ir<.|)l        A;'|.il,!     ivrif Jul  1 a.iicuii-.r.--.    (Aie month   ;ii:mii..s the  l"i 'ht    nf   tl, ���    lln)roijo!,r..j-*-    i.f t'ln;  8 *��� or  >  ���/"*>i  ^^1  r>. -i. IS  .il-!:  O'Mli.'lK :nj(i  I'll in !.*���. aie  :'���':..    .'.[  ti'^cli  mu.jiy,   April  :u'  '.L'frm-  naiiway.  EAST K00TENAY:'*J30TTLIRG  CD  CRANBROOK, C C  Areated Waters of all  Ordr.ri Soliciict1.   *  Soda Wafcoi  1\ F. JOEJViS'JOJv  mm  The I  J This Hotel is New iinci woll Fumislieo.  Tables are Supplied with the Best the f  Market affords. The Bar is rilled with '  t  'li  AS  fl\   n-o*. i j:  i ��  * Irft-i  ill  -Uv -* ^niu.jf  the.Ee.it Brando of Liquors and Cigars. I $$j__  #   * *r*&^&  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMf/IHRCIAL 2 r,^^  AMD MINING MEN I IS^ll  i-i��-tTiMu:<"<'l-i ������-"'t !  ^'?-f-���i*$6'�����.S^S$es-i'S'e6���^��>See�����-SSe^^ gSijIlll  ��� 17^    _'^^7^y^^*'^^-"W^W"l,l'**'"*^^^l"''**'*^>M��W^WawWWWIM��J^ -|ajl��lW>CT��TWP��H    >���   I If PI-II^MI    I. Ill I   II I HI��IWH>lH   I'T"' _fd7        ~  lILUI   ��<  wy plious.  ��:*4Pl��tffMV.H*'..>U^��.w f��.pta.  .11(1  tit'.'d (luring term.  *r.yr)~-*t.-r*mr.*~-  ^    ��� ��M^ .A    ..__  SO   VEAR3'  NCE  AnyoneHumlliif; n skotdi nnd description limy  . riilcicly itsoifiriHiu oni- cuiiiion frca whetiier i.n    I  invdiilinii Im pr.iSdtily pal.cntaOli;.   Ccirtiinilnlrn.    )  ri..-,.:inl.ri,.',.iy<:.iiilJ<H'i.t,iul. Itanclbookon Pateiila     \  lieiil. iiru. ���r.ildii.'it nifoiiiiy for KOCiirinirputcrllH.  Pn.fQ.if3 liikon i.liroi'Kli Muinr.A Co. mcelvfi  '..pccl'tl noti.ee, Mltlmut cJinrKO, lutbo  A lmmlaf-rnely���JJIn.itr.'it.nd wockly. T.ni'soRt clr  filiation of miy jJdlrjritlUo .Inurijali "ICurnm, $'1 ;i  >enr- four .uoiiUia, $1. Si/'dbyult jio-vhcIrhIi.ts.  MUNK&Co.3RIBr����-s-KewYorif  B?aDeh Office. <fc5 F SUwWWiWton. I), c.  S3S3C OR ,Xd,t:X8X:r%T3S  re. *  Spokane, ��� Seattle,  and   Coast. I'oints.  ..-  ^!t..!fiul,;i)tilHi!]JfMinrio.'ipol!L; ���  ,    Cliicagoyincl Points'East.  2" TRAINS''DAILY Q  FAST T-iY-E    / .,  New   I'lqujp'mcnt,    Throughout, . D.n-  Coacbe.s, P.daoc   and   Tourist  ..,   S1 ee pers, D i n i n g 11 n d 13 u f���  '  fet Smoking and Li-./  lirary Oars.  For Tiel:et.v,   Rato.-i,   Folihir.s   and  Full, in.formalijn, cull on   or   ml-  drcss any   final, Northern  Agent  or write >    .  a. it. c. i:-i*;:.:nt"--'i.'ox., cj. w. v. a.  012 First Avenue,        SKArrj.io, Wapu'  .   /  Ti!8 HaiGFBfl Hot Soriisr  odaiLdiilJlil,  AR:aow lake, ii. o.:  IOHAS.  P.   CAMPBELL.  -=w!       Undertaker  -*?.    ,* 5.'  .1rvS  .-3ft ������r.t-.^Wg  MEAT  V/iro^KH'A'U--, .ANiJ-HKTAU,  i '   d    ..���.-'   '  MERCHANTS.  .���.nn;  Embalruer.  , .        j      y'Dffiii:!, Cu'lcel--,-shroiids v'l nl''  The .Most Complfiti;     , 7    - and fityle'a cinbiinitlylccjit. in nlocl-  '   I'lresh   and Ciirftd Meats, Fresh'  ,    Fi.sli,. Game "ati:T -Poultry.'' '176"1  supply .only   the   Uest..    .Your  trade bolioiled,: :'     -.���',',  [21 ��� all "^'��'  T>-  ^ ���*  Tiiioipa)  -.,..   ���:'- *. '���.'T-iritMS-iMS tolplS. per  Git-ies and   Towns   in M)rau^ t() residence in no  Health    Resort, on  ' the    ConJtneni     ol  Worth America.  Office. .ove�� inipc-i'iiil"r.an!: of t m  'udiif'".Tokyniph and .niail  ''nior'; rt'(  euivb prompt aHeiition.    0|iuii  i"-'1  .'unl day. ' Plioue *L'ri.  lis CATHH Cure  all   Nervous'..anil'  MtiKfiiarw.c^oo, '.   j Oranbrook;  J!:a7VATKI;.M    .irc-ivj   all*    Kidnov, '  Livor iind Sloiinich AilmenLf     :  Th-,y..tre a .* Nevcifiiiling".   Koniody  or all ���lilieiirniaii! 'Tiouhlcs.  'Cli  ���ftv.  BritishTCorumhia  '^ANBRaifi^  i.Vj     iiJ       lj(  riKAntiUAJC'li'.K" ���I'Oli   J'fVUX'  KiOOTJi.N-AY.  ���"���I:'A,    l\(>-  (-1"   \'i 1 ';���.-..  ;    Mro. W.A. Prest,  ..* . Pii.'Ho<jnipli(>.u  It; BT0.NE Building.  Opafii Wendnesdays  and Saturday  VV. ll. S'l'ONK, Prop.  ���^ -A  1  \  7,7 <fej;  tla��.-3ssJW <

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