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The Moyie Leader Aug 16, 1902

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 I've tlwn to pay  landier t-p own  n't riioYing.   Seo  i^AA        .  V?  /  ���^^t^'^^^^A^t^^iii^  MOYIE, B. 0., AUGUST 10.  ��� *>** *���<*.��� "%*w'\0*rvrr  t>ri7j  , Bnt we are still alive and.  as anxious to batph tirade  a$ the-- -T * -; "���   v" ������'  "yVere.,. to  qatqli  trim; and  wilFbe as successful if you  ' dome and getiolti1 prices' on  'on tbe last of OUV -  liicfo must be sold out" in . ���  imt few weeks.  See ���"  >ur  large ftsaortment  of  >o'ots aud shoes.  3  /COMPANY'S.   '  Fellow Convicts View  emains.  BIIiDiiiRTHE  The Returning   of Tracy's  ���o Body It Is" Said  will  Have a 'fiood Effect  on Prisoners,  How Louis Collins wan Hurt,  Louis Collins, conductor ,bn the  branch to tne mines, almost losfc bib  life on Wednesday ' night, about 11;  o'clock. As it was both bis hands  were horribly ' mangled. He was,  switching-'in the' yard at tbe Coal'  creek mines'when b'c slipped and fell  in front of the engine and 'before he'  could make a'move'to save hiihself it  passed over him. Fortunately for birn  he \h v. small man and aside 'from oev-  eral bruises on bis back be escaped be-  ng, crushed,, but ��� both ' h.mds were  partly on' one of tbe Fails,- the- wheels  passing over ihera/'Tle was immediately taken to" tho Fernie hospital,  ���*     . ,ii. ���-....  wli'jrc it was found necessary to amputate alt tbe fingorB on the' right  hand anil two,on ttio left. The operation was-' performed by Dra. Corsan  and Bonnell. ��� Collins-has'a. wife and  famiiy to support and the accident  rendw'3,him useless for a long time lo  come.���Fernie Free Press.  WorJc was Begun thk  .Weeko     ���    :',  *,; ���      _   BY III LUMBER 00,  ��i ��i*fl  le'ry  ies.  MkUW :UW\ OF 'COMMERCE  'aid Ud Capital   $3,000,000.3  t "*��� *��� * ' *   > *  \-     *  * '  *     ��� ' 4 " t ��� -'  <l ' , 1 r |     (  r i ' '  !I3��SSJ."'   '-'������'���"'    '      HUBERT HAINES,"fGR;  . us* ^ . -^c ��jt^> jjc.gjfMfigE**  J^W-IC **A-m VWM'pi'W  zm  ko'ii  Sfitvafl^if^l  ���k*v"  WUAT AY V[  .. I ���)... V *. i i   1-   I    A  1 1 -.-L    - A 1 V./   i   ---1  -% ."'���,'.   ' .".,.'      "'       '   .  .      '��� '     ' '  >  '    !���(. A; i).AU]rv.EH'/.iB,  Pronriotor.  feiiei foi? ttie J.biassesi-'; Eyerythtd^.' First;  .a^feery   ^esbect."'^aiiipte Rooms' for.  r*-?  a��  tJoyraaev'c.I3.1''Jfen.,��� -   .  "    .     -   a, \ British1 Columbia.  Salom. Oregon, Aqg. I3.��rTho ;o-  irjiiins of Hurry Traoy wero rcoeh'ed.  at tj.o  pftnltefttiftfy  at neon 'lodayf  just t*o mouths sifter hiti aenoaltQaal  escape.  The body arrived in clurg'e ot Dr.  Lantner, Attorney Saiitli and Constable tstrimb of Creston, and was by  them delivered to Superintendent Lee  at, the railroad .stallion.' The box con-  containing the remaina was im mediately couveyed to the prison by trua-  fciea. opened and. the remains' positively identified by Superintendent Lee, j  Warden Jones and other prison authorities. A force of trusties, employed about the prison���men who  had served in..prison with the <-dead'1  convict���aldo positively identified the  remains as "thotje c( Jiariy Triicy.  lihiiiech.i'tolv after ih.e" identiiieutiuui  Another' MiiRill Jte Built  Soon Not  Far 'Mo^y  ' Moyie on the Moyie  .River," ���' "  ^favi'lflrt ioFernlo,  k wadding look placo in' tfernlo last  ThVitudtty evenlag at 9 o'clock Ih whiub  Mr. it. il. Fullerton and Mies Marion  Katharine Eaton were united in Mar-1  ringe by. Rev. Father'Mellow.  M,. Fullerlon is a commercial traveler representing the' wholesale grocery firm of "Wilson Bros, of Victoria,  and is one of the most'"popular men  on tho road.  Mig3 Eaton is of San Franciseo and is  one of California's fairest belles. She  has been a guest! at the ��� Kootenay  hotel at"this place . for several weeks  past.     ' ' ���    '  ��� Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton will'spend a  month or six weeks traveling through  the Northwest terroritie's,  afle*.' which,  they will return to kelson, where they  .will make thoir honio.'  was complete', the bo:* way moySd i'nto^  '.  the chaoel in priton and  the convicth.  ...'./       -.   **  allowed to.see the  remaina.  At  2  P  .-)  m. vitrei was yl.'.cod on. the faeo_ to  destroy it, m order to jire'veut any iat-  tempt at stealing theAiudy  and   plac-'  h 0. Drewry is in town.  Tho i'loyio "f���un^ber Co., oqmmenood;  tlio Work o/ Ciltinrsug Ij'amh ors&k this  WGtJk. A. fores, of ton men arei, employed, bnt moro faill be added within  a eljort time. Tho-clearing of the  creek, will' ceeeatsitate considerable  labor, but'when completed it will afford an easy route ih which to .bring  logs down to the mill. The company  has 2,000 acres of splendid timber,  tributary to this creek.' The' mill has  been doing excellent work this season  and will have all the logs on bond cut  in a few weeks' time.  .Those in position to know say that  within a very short time'a sawmill  will be built on the lower Moyie river  in ' tho   neighborhood    of' Yahk    or  GENERAL  NEWS'WQTES.  -;      I 1     �� *       I  It is reported that"the Iselson Jfews  is ;t.o soon cease publication.     ������   ���-  It is reported that J. J. Hill is recommending the building of a smelter  on Kootenay lako.      .' '  ' The townsifce of Morriasey is soon to  be*placed-on tbe market. ��� it will  also  have a newspaper, which will be  published by F. E, Simpson of   the  Cran/-  ,.  brook Herald.  King   Edward   lias  signalized    his  coronation in  a  memorable   manner  by the munificent-gift  to. the  nation  ojE the Osborne house, oneot tbe favor- , ,  ite residences of the  late _ Queen Vic- ���  tori a, , .  The United States congress' lias .appropriated $15,000 for the purchase'of .  additional buffalo for the  Yellowstone   ,  park.   There- ar<?   now   in,fche park  about   20   buffalq.    Qriginally    there  wero 22,' but two escaped,    ���  , 1-T. W. Barnes of Fernie has ro?igned  hk position a^coastablo!   He reused  ���  to  pooopy .o $j.bordinato   position  xmdh Mr, Forbc*a aftsf haying'served  ,  on the force iii South East   Kootenay  for oyer ten years.'   -    ' v  The'"Father Pat" memorial' fund  will be utilized for the 'acquisition of  an ambulance- 'The' ambulance does  not entail tbe outlay ''of the. entire '.  sum at, the dispodticn of the committee,'and a balance will''be leffc aggregating $100 or $500/ ' ��� _'     '  ,   ��  Buffalo   Bill "and   Senator . W.   A."'  Clark, the.Montana copper 'king, are; ,  great friends.   When they first became  acquainted Clark was peddling 'clocta  and Cody was carrving -out his  con- '  tract to furnish Buffalo  meat  foi' the  laborers, who wore building the  ^Kan-  sas 1'acj'fic railway.    In a year 'and  ii  Tochty,     'Several    valuable., timber  limits have been slaked there recently,   half Cody killed over 4,000 of'the ani-=-  and it 'ic'etated'thiit there is -suificienf  tinljar :ri thaVlocality'to warrant  the  ' builSm'^'o: '& largo   *"nul  &  and parties  Dr. King  was np, from ' Craubrook  alread'y'haye such a "project  :n'.view.'  yeciterdav.     ''        '-  .'    ���'    "    '���' i    At.a time wlaen the hiineo are closed-  JsL  u'^ss. *��h.*>>ta.">o.*>��*.-'>***����." '������a.'^sv^Ji.'^'**^����'^i 7*�����*  V^^.   ^^*  8^ <f��>. -Sr^fc 4".^ i  y it  ��A  J*3��*  Jt  Tffl  DESAULXIUK  BKOS,   XT<n>S.   " ,  (j    Lur^e   sunlple   roomj in   'connection  ���$?>���!J    wiih house for commercial mon.*^ Best  Ajff 'J ���' ' " ' ' '  r       j     of accommodations;  (dciuarters for Commencia! and  Mining  Men.  .VKSTIE, " " - ���  3l0���'  iJ' C'  xn-c ii on   ej:h:.bi!iou.   Tha  box   was  then tianfeferre.d to   the  prison   ceme-  lery aiid buried among;other deceased,  con victri, Ihus ending out) Of-tho   most \  seiis.itional episodesfin '.ho   history of!  llie'priaon.    The mie of iho dead cod  vict wus deii-vered   Lo   Siiporintcudci.. j  Lee.    The   direct   of   the   r'Aum    of j  Tia'cy'-j body "will, if, is believed, iiave a  salutary effect on the convicts, and be  of great benefit, in'the   matter   of improving discipline.  CB.ANBKOOK    ITEMS.  Bb-'h  m,  W"Kt  ,1'JfB'1 I  i��r  l'."f  i?  The ma,ri 'who-  buys his Slioes,  from us needs  iuclg-e only- of  the fit. We protect him in all  points of style  and Service. It's  to our interest  to sell you a satisfactory shoe  and few know  better than we  the -v ^requirements of Shoe  -satisfaction.;     .  Moyie, August 9, 1902.  To MY ratrons:  J takc'thip opportunity of  thpuking  the   people    of  Moyic   for' their generous  l.'jitroiutgo  since    I    have  '   been in   busmen hero.    J  -havo decided  to cloie  my  store for iho present, and 1  trns! il   will only bo for a  sliort    time.      1   will   bo  p'.e.is-ed ��'.�� i*H tiir.os (o an-  :,\vr>r intpu'rica and supnly  your   watiis    from ' Cran-  'brook.      Any   account ru-  miiiiiing unpaid  I   would  1=1: tbaltlioy berf milted to  nt   onco as I n:-i anx-  ni'.  iuus    to   close   ihe'book?.  G. H. MIMER. -  NOViCK-  I linvo upplieu  tho Chiei"  Cranbrook Herald:  The families-of W. T. Reid and Mr.  Hungerford will go into camp at :.Ioyie  lake-next week.  i (i  Mrs. F. "R. Simpson left here Thursday for an  extended   visit  with  relatives in the States.. She   will   go  di-  ��   | reel to her old home   in  Sioux   City,  la., and later to Colorado.  W. W. Doble died at the St. Eugene  hospital last  "VVodnesday"iuorning of  heart disease.    Few  men were  better  known in South lEast  Ivootenay   than  Mr. l^oble.    He came  to   Fort  Steele  five years   .iyo , from   Cornwall.   Ont.,  and engaged in the hotel business with  his brother-in-law   G. J.   Shier,   after-  J wards selling out and entering the em-  j pioy of M. Mclnnes   &   Co.   as   head  i bookkeoner.    He was   oil'   a- year  for  i  his health and spent ono   summer   in  Alabka, return ing to Cranbrook and  resumed his position', continuing as  district manager after the business  was taken over by 1'. Burns A Co. He  leaves a wife,, throe children, two  brothers and three sisters. Arrangements havo not been completed for  .he removal of the remains,   but   they  .TtH^.1^-^ "���-? I will Probably be forwarded to   Toionlo  aw,;.'  rmbcr   fiom   Hie  fpllowi��<5   _,u;^..n.,.,..l I >Or intorinont-  vacaiitfit��.n'.a"��!  of IC-ist Koctonuy district, B- ��  (.runtnoiictii  In   flu- S'iail:c;'n division  *t     ������__ '���  ��� *  *      A  . s.  f   ^  ���t  iffeliW^w  ,' ilt a. post Dlnntod on tlio wot  Mdc- of tho li- f. Pomhcrn railway^ ut mllo pon  W about a mile nnd , a hah  north   of (,    . R.  X'N oUnW-to- i.l��cc of comn.enooment,  noi'i'l. ���.-     . ��� .   . i .���,  coMtaln��nsB40 acres, moro oi loso-._,  Dato(i'^nB"8t 1st, 1M2.  L. CAN ILL.  XOTK'K.  tlifif'T imvo'.ap'r)it-i'l  to  the Chief  XaluMi.'t      ''.-      |s ������,'. Pvyoi-.ks  for'ft.fipc-  (jomimssionu,     ���>��������� . ,ft    tlmlicr iron)  dnl Moons.-1 ' ^.!jh(,a Vncuin'Urown l-'t",-A"  tue- foil.'.'." ")f \\% o,i of Hasf. Knotoimy .listnet,  Ihe sonI't'.'^.i' n' '.;.'.  jolmston prod. Dissolve 1'i-atnersliip.  T'nis wepk a dissolution of partnership took place between Johnston  Bros., proprietors of the Moyie ��� hotel-  Andrew Johnston has"d'sposed of 'hi*  interest to his brother Frank, who will,  hereafter conduct the business. Andy  will look after- sortie mining claims  wliich be and Frank haVe in the -Lar-  doau district, after'.'which be in ay ds.-  CHioio. locate in,, one of the various  new towns east of here.  SUBSCRIBE FOR  THIS ..MOATO*  ' pVlr. and Mrs.  James  Cronin. spent  'moat of v/eek in NeLbn. "  A gravel train is an..work  ballasting J  ; the b'icting south of the station.- I -'  i    J.'.W. Hiciicrs came liomo   from his.  i ranch near l'iuchtr creek yesterday,'  -   Mr. and   Mrs.   F. J.   McMahoo, re-  ! turned from Fernie yesterday morning.  \V. U Jleid,' of the firm of Reid,  Campbell &. Co., was in' Fort Steele  and Cranbrook this week.  C. A. Foote, the tailor, was confined  to his'room for a few days this week  with sickness.  T.tvo rirca were alar ted in the brush  across tho lake - this   week, but  were  ��� checked   before    they   gained   much,  headway.     c -      .  Miss Gladys Butler returned Tuesday from her visit to the coast ��� and  wilLbegin teaphing school next Monday. ���       'o  The ladies of the Methodist church  intend holding ah ice cream social on  August 25th. They extend a hearty  invitation to all.  Drs. Bell and Sawyer, vetennaries,  of Cranbrook were here this we.ek attending one of the team of grey horses  owned by the St. Eugene coinpany.  Wesley Cline, the birber, holds the  championship of Moyie as a fisherman. In a few hour;.' fishing m  Lambcreek last Sunday he succeeded  in lauding 170 trout.  Mrs. C. F. llannitigton and Miss  llanuington, who have been residents  of Movie for some time past, left  Monday for Victoria to ' remain.  They were accompanied by F. F.  Hannington.  If. W. Ross passed through Moyie  yesterday on his way to Fort Steele,  where he has charge of  some  mining  j i ��� *"  property for  eastern  capitalists,    Pie  had been to Spokane. .  JefTGa'ulliier is preparing to spend j  the coming ' whiter in hunting and  trapping ou Goat river. Ho will build  four or five cabins at:,different places,  and and carry on operations on nn  exteusive scale.  down the activity   in   tbe lumbering  .        . . . j  busiucsB iu this vicinity means  much.  tor Movie.'  mals   and-  earned   the sobridiiefc   by  y ��� ���     ���      .     *  which he i3 now known.  "Sex? Coal Fields".  D. E-. -Ypurig is. back from, a prosf  pec ting "trip   through'   tlie 'Olcariogan  district,  frbm . Vernon, to  Penfcictoni;  made ih tl*.e interesta of the Ashnola  1 Smcflci' Co:�� I��'^ ViV-1' succ-casful-in -lo--'  j catine eeveral thousand aerec  of ,coal  ! lands within ef.sy reach of trr��n3gorta'  ing.at 8 o'clock; subject m the second I fci0Li0]] 0kan ^ ]alr(A The* prfnoi:  in the series'on ihe-'TrocUcal Son," . ...  Come arid you  will   be   made  welcome.    '    A. fi. MAESAALL, Pastor.  Jir<3tIio��m't ClxhroJi Scrvl  ' "a. '  'Sunday acLool at"13   p. in".  30fi,  Preach-  School will Start IM'jndiiy.  The Moyie school will be opened  Monday with A. W. Sutherland as  principal and Miss Butler as assistant.  pal  location   wai>   made   on  Mission  i creek,.about si��miles   back   fiom  the  lake, where he staked over five thousand acres of   co.il   lands.    The  other  location0 was  made  on Trout  creek,  two and a half miles from the lake and  consisted    of .twelve    hundred    and  eighty acres.    There is  an   eight  foot  seam on   the   Trout   creek  property, <  samples from which have been assayed  by A. L. McKillop, with very  satisfac-'  tory   results."     Mr.   McKillop    states  - that the coal ia first 'class   for  steam  ��� and domestic purposes.  The Ashnola Smelter Co. 'will  com:  "VYhon you  have   leisure,"   said   a. awuce 'deyelopment   work   on   their  caller'to the city editor, '% would 'lifee" P>w'Pr0Per��es at an  early  date.   Mr.  T^ETAL   MARKET.   -  New   iToKK���Bar silver, 52$ cents.  Lead, ?��U2��.   Copper, $12.20:'  London���Leati, ��11, 2s. 6d.  "Wlien He Had Leisure.  to speak to you."  f<All righi; come after I'm dead."  c  iii   ii     mrin  ii nn~ii ���iiimnu i.uiwi  Young is confident t-laat they will be  shipping coal'into Nelson by January  1st, I9G3.���Nelson .News.  y..:l...        ,���~ -. ..'.    ������- -I  Why you .should buy J'Fair rifiy" Chewing-1  . Tobacco.. j.  Because it.is the best quality. ''       '  Uecsiusb it is the iriost lasting chew. j  Bocnuse it is the Inrgcst, high grade 5 .or 10c ,';  '. "ipltlg.   ' ���'_'    ,        a'    I '��� |  Uoimiisc tho tags are valualilo for premiums.     |  ndoaiiae we. ijuanuitee every l'l'.'K, tnd   ,  Kcoause your dealer is aulhon'xed fo ro['.]ud ;  :Fvi.!ur. moucyif'yoj} qrouot satislied, j   p   T>���� Hj.p[Ri3;T0ii,hAJ v'J'i L'r;)'   i  Good health depends mostly upon  the  food  we   eat.  We can't be healthy if we take alum  or other poison daily in our food.  When outfitting for camp always take  pr. Price's Cream ^Baking Powder for  good health and good food. It makes  the finest flapjacks,  biscuits and ��� bread.  AJ.*1IC-ASa  .���"'Never go into the woods away from a  doctor with a cheap alum baking powdep  in the outfit. You want the best baking  powder in the world���and  it is III OS t  ��conomicaUri-theend, ���'  em  o.  '  i - r  i  I  0 V  i   '.   I,  "t. ii'  >  .1 '.  I >  r     l!     ,  J  "    !  "4  .!���  ((  '  i  i  )  '- , \  - )  F  I  f  1 ' I  I        I s  I     \ '     r '  A  Ai  i,  [.>  t j  r  ,        I  t -1   ;  '* .   A".'6  '  I    Ir  I    '.   1 -  :.   .   t :   '','  i  ',-��'<      '  - /'.'; ^  v, i ��� I'" I  ','   ���", 1''''  ! '���''.... '-  ,,    y?r ���  1 , ,'��� j . "���  >." ,';.--.." i  '. .if.' *A'  ':'*,������"'  1       M"  ) -  I  V��  c  , '('  THE. LADY.  By SIR  WALTER BESANT.  (Copyright 1900 by Sir Waiter Besant.)  j     "Whaf?"    Lord  Fylingdale betrayed  his terror.   "She has heard? What 'has  ��� she heard?  lie  Iuid  not received   Molly's letter  nor had lie opened the captain's  "More than enough.    You Lave lost  ; your bride aud  her fortune.    I might  /' have warned you.  but I preferred to  I take her place." '  j     "What has she heard?"  have so much.    We will leave her a  competence, and tliere are the jewels"  Lady Ana8tasin gasped, and Fyhw  dale continued: .        *  Tou yourself will adorn these jewels. It will be my greatest pleasure to  atone for my ill judged deception by  giving you all those jewels���the dia  moods, the rubies, the chains of pearls  "AppnrenTlyT/Si? 'there Is to be I *��''"*!��*'n��J ?* ^.glittering  heard.    Not. of course, all that could ' ^'"'^     IIe took hcr hnnrto   "* ""  i  ; be told if Mr. Purden and I were to  i speak.    Merely things of public noto-  by,  .accompanied  mg    In    the  back   to  her  exultant   in  iJiiiph of her revenge  CHAPTER XV.  A NTJW COMPACT.  HAT followed, by In- riisty*. Ti]at J*ou are a gambler and a  vention and design of rake; that *vou Lave ruined many:.that  the pious ecclesiastic J0U ai'e ruinGcI yourself���quite enough  Mr. Purden. was a vil-    for a gIrl of her class to 1<?arn.   In our  rank we want much more before we  turn our back upon a man.    I myself  know much more.   Yet I have married  you."  "She has heard." Lord Fyllngdale repeated. ���    '.  ���' "Dear, dear.'" said the parson. "All  this Is most unfortunate-most unfortunate. Your lordship had already lost  your bride-lost her," he repeated,  "host her and her fortune. ��� Is there no  way out?"  "Who brought these reports?   Show  me the man!"  "Ta-ta-ta! You need not bluster Lu-  dovic. Reports of this kind are In the  air: they, cling, to^ your name; they  travel with you.    What?   The notor  ial ny    even     greater  than that at first de-'  signed,   more   daring,  more cruel.  The bride,  tlie  ciiii is ter oiiieiat-''  lute   ceremony,,   waited  lodging.     She   was  still '  the   first   glow   and   tri-  Ile, on the oth-  i  f  l  er hand, walked downcast, stealthily  glancing ai his companion, his big head  moving sideways like the head of' a  bear, his sallow cheeks paler than was  customary. The bridegroom, for liis  pan. dung himself into his chair aud  was carried to the lady's lodging. A  strange wedding procession!    ��   "'���  She Uux'w off her cloak and her doml- '  no and stood before her newly made ous Lord Fyllngdale? Thev Iiavecbme  oid. i,er eyes bright, her. face Unshod. you see* at last, even to this unfashion-  }Iht l:p��- quivering. She.was filled with abIe corner of the islandp They are  revenge half satiated, hut revenge can bcre, "'though we have done so much,  upu-r lie wholly satistiod. and with the *>-declare your virtues. Acknowledge  triumph of victory. , that you have been fortunate so far."  "I have won." she said. "Y0u tried ! ' "Aro these reports your doing, mad-  to decefve me again.. Ludovic.' but I ' am? Is thls a Part of your Infernal  have won.    You have been,caught hi    Jealousy?".  your own toils." "'        ���     "I do not know who put them about  Ife   look   ihe   nearest   chair,   sitting    lt is, not likely that I should start such  down in silence, but his face was dark, j reports, especially after the scandal at'  As she looked  upon him some of the ' Rjltl1*    f am- '" fact. like his reverence  triumph   died   out  of. her  eyes:    her f 1)Gre*  to�� much involved myself.'    Oh  we have beautiful characters���all'three  of us."  "Who told Wily?" /  "I say that I know nothing. She has  been warned. That is all I can tell  you. and she has been advised to take  no "further steps until full explanations  have been made In answer to these rumors."  "Full , explanations," repeated -Mr  Purden.- "Dear, dear! Most unfortunate���most unfortunate.'.A  "Your lordship can refer to his rev  .erence here, .or to the admirable Sem  He took hc-r bauds, the parson looking on all the time as a physi:  cian looks on at a bloodletting or an  operation. "What can that girl do  with the jewels?. They shall all be  yours. Forgive me, Anastasia, and let  us again work together, as we have already done, you and I, with no more  jealousy and no more suspicions."  He  kissed her  hand.    ms  manner  was changed almost suddenly; he became soft,   caressing and persuasive  It w*as the old charm, which the poor'  ady could never resist.    She suffered  him to hold her hand; sho allowed him  to kiss her; her eyes grew humid.  "Oh," she murmured,, "I must do everything you ask, Ludovic, if you are  only kind!"  self who am gone distraught?"  "Indeed I know not wliich."  "Did you speak io me?   Did you eoa-  f-ralulato the bride, Jack?".  "No; I was sick and sorry, .Molly. I  went out of the church. I had seen  enough. The clerk, however, has been  telling the story of this private marriage all over ihe town. Everybody  knows lt The marriage Is duly entered in the registers. It was a marriaga  b.v the archbishop's license. The man  I'urden may be all that the vicar's letter exposed, but the marriage was in  order."  Molly said nothing for awhile; then  she said gently: "The letter from the  bookseller, your cousin, spoke of Lord  Fylingdale as ruined. If he were to  marry a woman with money, It would  be his"��� ���     -  "I believe that there are sometimes  letters���bills of lading or whatever they  are called ��� which-give the wife the  control of her own property; otherwise  everything'becomes her husband's."  "Why   did   he  wish   to   marry  me7  .COOKING  HINTS.  Don't add lard, molasses or sugar tc  bread if you .wish to keep well and !.<  wholesome.  Potatoes baked thoroughly, but not  allowed to turn dark, are the best to lie  used for creamed potatoes.  If salad dressing curdles when being  raised,  add  a   little cold   water,   stir  quickly',   and    it   will    become   quite  j smooth.  '    If tea be ground like coffee or crush  <?d Immediately before boiling water Is  poured upou Ir. it will yield nearly double the amount of its exhilarating qualities. '  If n sliced onion nnd carrot are cooked with veal, it will he found, that the  flavor of the rather tasteless. meat is  much'improved. Veal outlets rely for  their flavor on the tomato sauce'tha  is usually served with them. ,'  A delightful flavor is so me Unit's 'glv-  on to steak by placing it overnight Ir  a hath of oil and vinegar.   In (fie morn  If We  supp]  notice Con  PRINT!  NEW  FITS  yatj  ���plete J  NQ'i  SPAPB^  IF We sell *  ers want; prj  what  ���IT W.  we sell.  iat.  "lers  e car  money ?  "That is, I am convinced,  the rea  son.  cheek  lost  eyes;  Its glow;   she boj-an  to be  frightened.    What wonld he say" or do  ., next?    As for his reverence, he stood  within the door as if ready for instant  flight-    Indeed ibere was cause for uncertainty because the man was desper- i  ate. and his sword was at his side     '  "Silence;"   ho   said,   "or   I  you!"  "How can I be anything but kind"'  he replied, with a smile.    "You must  forget and forgive.   The thought that  all I bad schemed and planned for was  torn from me, and 'by you-Anastaslh,  by   you-was ��� too   much.     My   mind  was upset;  I knew' not what' I said  Forgive me."  "Oh,' Ludovic, I forgive'  "And the jewels shall atone, the lore-  v Jewels.    You shall have them nil."  "You will truly glvo me the Jewels?"  "Truly, my Anastasia.    After all, we  are   man  and   wife.     Henceforth   we  shall only Jive' for each  other.    Your  happiness shall be mine.    The jewels  shall be yours."  She, yielded.' She fell Into his ,arms  There was a complete, a touching rec  onciliation.      ���    -'   ��� ��...��.  ��������� U1C ttll  Lord Fylingdale was going to declare   Khidf "ImT^LtTr Vh"W  that It was Molly and. none other who'   stfor        - - ���c?pabl0 of so aioiA  There was never a gleam of love In his j ,,lfr K ,s ^���P0'1 before the broiling, bu  eye nor a note of love in his voice i,esmi^ho( the mixture-bus u-ftn ah  Why,   except  that  he  might  get  my I K01'htJl1 to K1��� '* �� decided, tinvor.  stock of Type  1 j I , Plies foctl  Room,  p  -y a com;  and?]  It Jn making split pen ��onii a teacup,  f��l, of whipped cream Is put iu n,t.  tureen just as the soup Is poured over  tlie improvement Jn llavor or the souii  will ho 'noticeable. This, pure- ban  sometimes  a   Jlat.  even   wtttery   ta.sit-  1C  Binden  ress.  C0!Hp��  'ooia:  "Villainy,   villainy,   villainy!    Jack  this Is a conspiracy.   Some woman has i  been njade'to play my part.   Then he L.   , . -      -,   .����.��-  will  claim   me  as  his  wife > and  lay! l , 1 ls not '.* ali agreeable, which the  hands upon all that I have." whipped cream entirely removes   , -  "Xo, Molly; he'shall not while you I     ' ���'~ :���- '  have friends." ,. 1       -      AjooicK An(teoiM.aw.    -  iTlends cannot help'where the law       Scotland. :is evM-ybady knows/is the  <?rders otherwise.-   So much I  know,    ]aml u'hm! Ko\e originated ..,,d the'land  Juck.    let you can do'one thing fori Av,,0,,�� lt mwt  "onrlsln^.'   Hut  If the'  nie.    lou   can   protect  me   from Abo J J?w ww* sirlc-My enforced north of the  ��4ii ?�� m"St not tak0 me"aw*ay."'        lw<?0(- '* W��"W KO Iik.-*I ivfth the plav  All Lynn will fight for you." ors ot the royal -wine in "I'omue Sco't  Jack, I want more.   I want all Lrnn    "      -     ���-     -  to believe me.., You have known me all  TORONTO  , Company,  l75.UcDe  "Hi* \\tau\    y,  "or, I   may   kill  1 hen there was silence. ��� Tbe other  two did not speak. .The lad> threw  herself upon the sofa, twisting her fingers nervously. ,  "Vou have married  me, you say.   You  Mia/i he a happy wife.    You cannot im-1 Ple- or to,the 'immaculate Sir-Harrv o-  flgme how h/innc  vA.. rr.;n i,���-.. .    +n   tuA   s.a., 1     ...... .      al'-1'��'  p i ���  f -      -   -- so mon  of a husband.   So that the news of his  evil reputation came, after all, too late  t?nnoe ��KaUF "Se" And as ^'explanations, who would have the right to ask I "thev'shnU nil 7uTi��'     ^v"*>    L  Jvstt^Jhe garden door was thrown  m r ^Ver ,eft the h0��se? Oh, the'  villain, the villain!'.' Her cheek" was  aflame; her byes flashed.     .        '    '   aS  I seized her hand.   "Molly" I cried. ' s,�� 8Crlo"s " rival did lhe'ga'me]Weenie' I  that It was for a uiimj suppreKsed nnd ���  hind." Golf player!-.,there may not  know It. but they :jiv,li��iiio to a sentence of dcathi for"their "indulgence in  their ravorile spdrt. 'iVc'lmicaHv t his  is IJ(er��||y n ,fact. In luicieut "thnos.  when Scotland always'had work; for  her soldiers to do. all-young men wero  required to.perfect,tliomsulves in ��rch-  cry..  They, picferred. to-plav golf  ami  ngine how happy you will be."'  In a contest of tongues tbe woman  has tbe best of it. ^  "So long as you. my lord, enjoy the  same happiness or even greater I sinII  not repine. You intended my happiness in another way."  "You have destroyed my last"chance'  it Is a good beginning." -  "And   ending,' my   lord.     The   foml  ��� mistress'whom you have fooled sodong  becomes the wife.    li is not the dutv  of a wife to provide former husband-  ^qr will the Countess of Fyllngdale al'-:  low the earl to enter her house.    She'  will want the proceeds of her bank herself,    in a word, my lord, you are uot  only   my  husband,   but  you   are  now  privileged to provide for yourself"  -  He  sprang .to his   feet  and  common, and  .fell   to  to the colonel,  that man of nice'and  well known' honor, for your characier  But who will give them .a character-  Understand."   she ,said,    facing   him  'you hadlost your bride before you ��m  out of bed  this,morning..   Your,only  chance  is  to   imitate  the  example bf  Tom Rising and to' carry ,her off. and  she. will .then   slick  a   knife  between  .your nbspas she intended to do to that  worthy .gentleman. . But, .no; I  forgot  You cannot do that.; You are already  married.      .       . - -  '- His reverence again "interposed " "With  submission, my lord, some explanations will be asked. It will not cer- I  talnly be convenient to offer any There  is. however.^ one way,, and onlv one,  that I can suggest." He looked at  the Lady Anastasia.   "it will be per-  .Ihe counsel learned in the law gave  his  written  opinion  that,   considering  that the marriage ceremony, was fixed  ror b a.  m.,  the  bridegroom  had   no  knowledge of the bride's intention not  to   present   herself;   that   he  left  his  lodgings a few* minutes before G;   that  a few minutes after G'one Pentecrosse.  well known to the lady, witnessed the  marriage  ceremony  and   believed ' the  bride to be the lady in question, dn?ss-  ed as she was accustomed to dress, aV  though .he did not see her face;   that  the  parish   clerk  also   recognized   the  Jady;  that the clergyman was ready to  swear.that the bride was the lady. and.  that the registers  showed   her signature, there couldi be no chance whatever of success In disputing or denying.  the marriage. ta  open and Sam.Setnple appeared. With  a smiling face and a bending knee 1 e  advanced, bowing low "  J?h��n[t''T t0 ��ffer congratulations  to the Countess of Fyllngdale."  ���WofcaSiI^/^t^1I*��.���pta'n���  ,   Sam looked disconcerted and puzzled  umnj  , $5�� from MinneapoJ  or St. Paul j  $47.50 from St. Lodl  , $45.00 from Kansj>  made a capital dffen.se.    That curious  law never has been repeule'd nnd may  the   stnltite   bonk.'  still   be   ftjurul,  "V"   oi:   w,,n��' on   the   statute   book.'  J here seems to be no record, liowever  of the law ever-having been enforced \  <f\-  Out  and back  ti,0  s���     *���    Vl0lent cursing. invoking    haps at first distasteful  to  her t*,^  the  immediate and   miraculous  inter-    ship.  ���'. ������   - \iSieTul. tQ  lier ����dy  ���?V?D .of ihat Poxvev vvhich  he had  all his life insulted and defied. The  lady received the torrent without a  word. What can one say in reply to a  man who only curses? But she was  afraid of him; his words were like  blows. The headlong rage of the man  cowed her; she bent ber bead and covered her face with her hands.  Then Mr. Purden  ventured to Interfere.   "Lot me speak," he said.    "The  thing is done.    It cannot be undone  Would It not  be better to  make the  best o   Itv    Does u be]p auy ofe^_e  -Tto thretn"'^  ]��rdSbll>-t0  ^  The   bridegroom'  turned   upon   him  favagely.     -You   to   8peakp.   he  ^  *ou are too mealy mouthed and too  ;'5rt0 toar up a page from  It has, however, the very great  advantage of securing the fortune  which, I take it, is what your lordship  chiefly desires. As regards the girl  she is, In point of manners and appearance, so far beneath your lordship's notice that we need not consider her in  the matter."  and  CHAPTER !XVL  A DAT OF FATE.  HIS was the day when  all the villainy' came  to a head and did its  worst and met with  the first installment  of* exposure. I have  told you what was  done  sh5'��? come'"ibe saia> ';from blS ,0rd-  ship.��aV0'n0th-nff t0 do with his lord-'  "Surely, madam; surely, my ladv  "'ere s soipe misunderstanding lam  sent by his.lordship with his comnV  ��ron hJB C?"IU-SS t0 rece,ve "im-"'  Ion have been .Informed, I suppose  batl.was married to him this mom  ^'Certainly, my ]ady  him that he is a villain and a  have learned his trbe char-  1     Broxrnl.iR^   onPe   ror  ri4.nllh  Browainj never,passed a dav without  nklngone or more long walks. Indeed'  his iinmtce-i fnr most Ills was exercise'  and the exercise he'chiefly advocated  wast walking.'   He wrote A    .  '"I got ns nearly angry ns ft Is In me  to become with people I love when thev  trifle with  their healih-tlnu  Ls.  wf.b  their "lire-Uke  children  plavlng  with  jewels over a brldge.Klde. jewels which'  once  in  the  water how 'ouu   wb   the  poor, lookers on. hope to recover? "'You  don't know-how* absolute!v Well I am  after .my wnlkingAnot on' iLp" mountains merely, hut on the beloved l.'fuo,  . OoUbere. iroul^ to'stand and be blown .  ��� about by tho sea wind.". *���  August 2 to 8  'Quick and cool wji  ���Harvey Meal Senia  See Grand Canyon*  Arizona and Yoseu;  iuir��  C C. CARPENTER, Pas.  . '503 Guaranty Bid",,  Minneapolis,     -   -   . a  mow  ,J   i_^ ���  at 1 the   church  What . was   our   own    bewilderment  not knowing what to belieVe or  h "I care nothing about the girl     But I ?Z So^mS," ta J ��' ^ ,��W"  hang me if I understand one single fyt   cause I hafdis'ovted^e Sut^f  ow you   ^^^stasia, yet the truth, even the  lahle of what you mean-or h  can  girl,  can ^secure   the   fortune   without "the  possibility of the truth, never  my head.  came into  Tou always talk!"  "I do not wish to be unfrocked or to  be  sent  to tho  plantations,   mv  lord  Meantime it would  be doing you the  worst service in the world If 1 were  tear out that page."  "Ob, you talk!  ''Of old. my lord, I have .sometimes  taiKecl to some purpose."  "Talk   again   then.     What   do   you  racan   by   disservice?     You   will   say  t1'.1 s-MM-ose, that this play acting  was fortunate for mo."  AYe  may sometimes  turn  Into  victories.     If  listen."  "A  moment    Madam saw ber way  o^Tion7^iUy-   *he Sis"ed tbe   fyIlDgda,e f0r a brSroo^. X fS  name of Molly Miller;   he license was   \��U. admitted of no dispute.  'Yet   iiy  ^be  clerk   who   was   sb,ou,d Mo,J^ change her mind?    And  why should she deny the fact?  and tell  bar, that I  rn^A. ���   A     he vcntnres to moleftt mo  my taend8 wm proteet o e,t mo  that message, sir. word for word!"  I believe  Sam," I said, for his  J?ofltu��'add bewlldermen      i  and" thTS5er'  ';,that y0U ^vo no  nand In this new villainy,   it was von  however,   who   brought  that Tnan    0  Lynn   knowing his true character and  his antecedents.   Let us never see your  ^ce here again. .Go.   If 1 thought^  'THB*  dis-  him  I had no manner of doubt in   -Were In  tlje plot,' I would  A��v,e,er Jat'nne,e ""'"ire C����ton..  \M.id geese are considered  the bc>-(  examples, of  conjugal   felicity   In   the  animal , world.     Thus . the   .Inpnneso  groom sends the bride a pair of-these  birds, and. she Jn turn presents'them to  her parents.   To further emphasize the  matter the.groom brings another pair  to the wedding, and they-roost In the  room during the ceremony.   Their conduct  Is  watched   with  care,  for thev  must not struggle to escape during the  proceedings.     Fortunate Is  the' bride-'  groom   who  ROUTE TO  Australasia  And the , Q-j,  - CANADA'S SCliNIC RObT|  Travel by the C. P. E, ui<!2|  aured of SOLID COMFOZB  First-class C. P. R. Slecpajf  - on all through trains.  IW|��m  flan  disasters  your lordship  will  His patron sat down again, the late  storm leaving its trace in a. scowling  laceand twitching lips.  "Why the dickens wasn't Molly there'  How did this woman find out? n0w  did she know that Molly was not com-  ���i,?,���/1 aiJswer these questions." said  the lady.    "Molly would not coi  in .that name, -j ue clerk who  present has. I-am sure,"already carried  he news all over the place. We have  the evidence, therefore, of the bride  groom, the parson, the clerk, the h-  cense and the registers. Who Is o  prove that the real Molly was at home  all the time? Captain Crowle perhans  though I doubt The gin beraft Tl  who will  believe her?    My �� d   you  Lady Anastasia."  "What then?"  "Vou have only to claim your bride."  ladi'Z0^0^' thal l ilw U,e bride-  Lady Anastasia interposed quickly.  Mr. Purden bowed and smiled   ruh  hing his bands softly.    ''Wkl   s,i'bmi��"  fion madam.   I do not adv   e n   t Z  ordslup should carry her off nor that  he Bh0u,d claim her ad monsarn et tlio  1 urn, as we scholars sav.    nis nrinM  Pics would not, I am sure   allow tu��'t  he should carry off an unmmTiedVo^  an.   Aot at all.   ue wiI1 lc;lve ,    ' ?"  ber friends.   Indeed he would p'efer to  prochlm1 tir��St ^^ ���*����  "And what am I to be'"  "His lordship's best friend '  You win  an ugly and ruinous revenge     ITeov  ens, can you hesitate'" '      "        Ieav*  will reveal it." neither of us  "As   regards   jealonsv     *    A   "  said Fylingdale, "the g,.,' ^nT^''  and. everything  will  Zo tin  A ���    ^  before." . ^"Unue just as  I sought her at the house.' I begged  her to come Into the garden and to talk  two ol" rVat0ly' Tb0n l asked thosS  them was most amazing.  "Jack," she said, "I know not what  you  mean.     ,   havo   not cliangod, ���  njtnd. It is Impossible for me to marry  a-,0?*"1 ,of whom such thin-s c-in tL  ����� d un ess he can prove timf they a^  taiso. How can you think that I have  changed my mind? As regards this  talk about an early wedding", what do  nth��;i^0UtU?   A-t 0 o'efoclc I   va  in the kitchen with my mother and'NI-  ft all."      'e ^ beGU ��Ut 01!ihe bouse  Then I persisted.   1 asked her if she  Cotter gOUC ��Ut Md "ad p��c  "Poi-gotten!"  she-repeated scornful-  could 1?,�� ypU SUI)P0S0 that a womau  could by any possibility forget her own  wedding? But what is it, j^V Wha  >s in your mind?" ^civrvvnat  last night I forgot your letter.  There  my own mind but it was Molly here f   a^�� �� the captain served yoTthZ  and none other whom I saw it^mJ   Years ago." TGU you thte��  '   TLTnJaWa7^ithmt anotber word,  face Troubiy^^0   Cam'C  homc'  �����  bap^vs^r'i^hatbas  I-cl   Fylingdale' Tto\d \^Z*Z  charges and accusations " ��  -, ''Well, did he deny them?"  ted1^6���^^* '- admit-  bhn this nfomfnl Molly "' J ��U married  here wlSJ' tl!? ^ 8Cnt Sam Sei��P^  Ul. witu  the same  Rtnt-v     ^    j. .  you believe me, do ^^ , C^*-  Tlirough Tourist Sleepen ��� M  toiuuuj   wno  cannot   secure" the  eww I Tn.,ri.<  d  * I  alive and must be content to SutsSSS ' RateS q',0ted t0 ^ 1  toy imitations of the birds,  for then East. West   Soutffi  te has no anxiety lest tbe wild propcii. ' ^ *��m  sity assert if self during tbe rnnrriage  ritos and Un,* |)rove an ,��� omcn ,     ,  .houschold._\Yo'mau'8  Home  Comjiaii-  Jn-     nri- snoti.d believe no  ^.JJe "��� yo.u?    ���y ^r. I wot  as soon  doubt the prayer book.  did  ith-  .'ould  lie  10  jyitli  these disclosures, that I forgot  ; Ihis morning I remembered     Then t  hurried ashore.   Lran to Scrown^i  -was just upon G.   I woe- tnn-, .       ���lt  -ran to the church     it J,    ,        r*    *  a^The/dbprs^were'o^^^"^  voices.    I went in   vLi T   h<iar*  tb^Iam^n^����^Po"otsay  rAay-you yourseS,  w^T y��U~y0U'  1  it"  wilc^oftlm S Ca,"^a^'��. and the  cussclagalm 10SS Imd t0  his  UdW io  Live  on   Uve!  "^he girl wns having a private con  rerence  with  her father- on  the subject of marriage.  "The  young  man  hasn't enough  to  support you.on," urged the father.  But you  will  give  us something."  she said. - **  "A'ot a great deal, my dear." .       '  c  -Then we shall live on love" -  "Ugh." sniffed the father.  Don't you think we can?" asked the  youth*''tb  UJG benutIful  confidence of  m, wCSm lf -V0U both Biny single."   And  Sometimes the jury returns a verdict  for the lawyer, ef which the following  so good Instance; Mr. John Jones   a  barrister of grout Influence and ahih y  J"9; e;d".'ff counselor practicing In  nrter a follclious -speech .on behalf of  bis cilentinn criminal ca8ftt Injury a��  The Old Country,  The Orient,  The Antipodes.  '.Those  desiring Jn/o.-matlMi|  gard to any part of tlif  od by the-C. P. It. or its cp  .a-re rocpiested to apply to^  representative or to  C. E. AlcPHER  Gen. Pas. Agt.,  R.  Canadian hmkm  ....Tom  ���via   Iht  .,  ,.   �� ... he dis-I f.0011  us  the Judire  hnd  "-wry of - ���n ^Ht M ^^ ^    without Vaitl     ^     "^  causeasditdnr o       SC,?"S apti011'  be-  evcry u^by^ffi ^V�� 0XP,ain  Latin   a���d An', cxa,ul".6��,chosen from  Jook��rX%pfenu��1?���.'^o'haB'  ' Wnd' fro    f '''a   m0VQ fortes of'the  ^^:inhisiibr;rn^-M'bat-:foi,6"v<>i-;  to defend his ^F,lul cf���� Prepared  suru.n'ied   up.  ^:.��>^JS'SH.;  -"-EASTERNSWA  Oreat Lak  Tourist Rates  to all poln"  ONTARIO, QUEBEg^ boa,  ^IT/AXE   PROVlNp||5h,,,  CO  jfrocli  s%S.s.,-(  JSff,:^'  lutecertaintv^^^,   ^ut the abso-  ev.ldei.ee of L/.! lQ!ly s �����ss<.;-tlon. the  cause she  learned  last  night,'Just'in  time   certain  facts in the "private V  or the bridegroom."  ife  1 -She threw up her arms -.��,-  her feet;    "Oh" slio ci' P'*ang to  most monstrous vlliainy!"     "'fc iS the  "We need not think m: ti  must think of ourseits '���     �� e,rI'    We  "The fortune is bunions   a  �� .s  r,ai[.u,o���s  tllat  Z-3TSZ  silk cloak, the hood' nni70"i y��"r  pi"k evilicu��� of llfT Inftfhr���      ,  head, a domino to hir��d 0vor ^^ tlmt u��"y bad 1./,��    C1, r'U()declared  as had beeamra^ 7��UV^> Just since ha/past ^Zt^. W,th "er  "You saw me, Jack?   v captain and mv ,w, \ " bel'of of the  see itV Y��U Saw ^ [>����?- fcbe possibil[tv H^IH0..< OPlnlon  him  How; could you see me?  "And your hand was i���r ,  dale's, and.Mr.PuS^0?' Pjrl,a��"  ing the words which A pr'0D0��nc-'  wife, 'Whom God hall, T, you bis  let not xnilm put asunder ??** t0getLer  She stared at me with blant  ment. ulaQk amaze-  "In my pink silk cloak?    t  you in your right mind  or i���,!' ar��  ''"HI Qjy.  *y ^ deceptioi/shook  "ft.Vri.UD.]'"       ,p,p-   '  ���>, Hi   Home.  .Can you talk on y0Ur feet?" ����-|,i  fun:nr?V^^  Sl^^r^tomaL  niod KheTl^ an-Aer' B^0m^'  WhoIs5,i|Jutto     U'S,n,,fr0'f ai,0r80H  One of tho most d��Il^t,ul 1  with, every modern convonlwf  the, comfort of passongei'*-  Ocean Tickets  by all:\A  TJHck ,Cra  ''For,, a Chicle gravy  In butter to a  dark  |���.0  into it ono.ounce fiou  vy,  -'���^'yrry!lminoo(]o]iion  '<��'fluoutifin,���i.'���      ,  ,,. '- 1    For. dates   0/  eailin? and ^  used :       L?ikeadG,lberate Joke., tion of-berths apply to <my <  to   lecture   on   chironnd.-  ."Ithe  Canadian  Northern BaiJJ  to     ", GEO- H.8JJ  Traffic Uo.nt.ff>1!       '  chiropody.1  with  grandfa-  wn. color. -Kth-  R,lp wc-ll.  (he;,  ^lAhuIf pint of stock,'peppo,  ���0 taste and a little cntehi  I'J^l for a few minutes, then strain  'P.  Sti  '' while  and serve.  TO PJITCVRNT  MlAi'A  WCnfVe   ^lnc^valued   at,,.  Mature ��? 800"        J'ard8' 0t ?24�� ��nd , "Mr...'Jacobs,��� .'how s    ^  ,������.''������ back  if nobody asks me ���  Kmi'loyer     (to    new o(]Ve l(i  'L    should ��sU|  ''({'coijje,  if anybody  I'll be back in half ����  Xovv Ofiice Boy (running  oon'H V  join  r aitc'!  JN4'!,e���t  i-*w��iuA-."it.  toln$:ock'  n co 1  sen a  fMneli  Ki-si  Heal 1  terdn;  ihob-  )i Iced  |hn_fo  p'vll,  r-Ai  |Kitcll.  fress-  |k ~yc  i�� steji  iah. IE LEADER.  suPPb'aU  one system  in  Mon-  pjjed by an epidemic  ong the girls in the  mpany.   In one office  ,ve found it necessurt*  Mrs.   Smith���"j   ..,...,   .     _  mutton has shrunl- ',,.'" UlJ's k'a  of  I nothing."      Willie   $    '\\  1,h"ost   Lo  , mamma,  ii came on  Uu        J'(i'"l����i>.s,  ���ac), my flannel  did."        ' hu,tUi 'A  \  tes Burns, Etc,  The cost of  battlt  IS inc-ea<=-  at    Devon-  y oi" ��i  ~,, fcf*-hips  j'ng.   The Bulwark,   built  'port will represent an ouiu  operators within the, 082,805 ""<*  and in the majority j  ony is given as   the   arid   is  of a jU-  ''inpiiT.  aiuiuiu  *H wbat Rd  riniers.,'  it; P  sell.  ^'Pfcandj.  EST FLOWERS must  P lives endangered by se-  ���' colds" may he  preserved  Eclectric   Oil.       Croup.  bronchitis, in sh��rt  all  throat   and   luugs.   aro  s    sterling    preparation.  edles    rheumatic   pains.  es, kidney difficulty, und  1 ressrooig.  innipeg bicycle thief,  heed to three years   in  y.    *    , '      '  The lord    chancellor of 1,-,._.  (the most highly paid holder   *  jdicial  office in  the   British  ���His salary is .-��8,000 per  HOT . WEATIIEIl  AfCME-NTS.  Careful    Mothers  -'Should  ut  ts  ,1hnt  Otherwise  May  Pi ovo" Fatal  When the weather, iH>ot the'saud��S  of the little life ar�� apt to $��  away before you know it. You can't  watch the little" one too carefully u!*  this period. Dysentry, diarrhoea"  cholera    infantum   and  CHAIN AKI) PRODUCE  ^i^vr��Sflbe r* week tiie  States    i..,x-      ��� '��arkets    in     the  vealness   ,   'i ^Vel��^   considerable  of nervousn^ ^^ *  Kood  deal  any sfirn L n��.eVCl'y day ^iihout  whe,, cL eaCUOn until yesterdav  thin  ,.Cl0'Tng   prices    were ic better  Jh"v ek MSbceIr2   ThG <^ ���  Ti,r.,t       ,.   *c to 2c Per bushel.  croi? :,"   UtlC l�� be sa,d a,Jout tha  one   " ��rVe1' in    thft  ^ate.s and S-  I- it li ���',." i. ���    >gmS in the    so��th    of  'f1     th,��  ��>*ek  and     the   spring  "beat  harvest  i���   ihe  southern  New Brunswick Postmaster Tolls  of His Efforts to Cure His Kidney  to Cure His Kidney TVouble���Hv  Suffered for Years and Tried Many  -Medicines, but Only Recently Found  the Right One.  any,  fi  fililsi  orso with a supposed  ringbone     for $30:00,  ith     S1.00    worth' of  INWENT,  and '   sold  onths for $85.00  mi  t,   $54.00.  10ISE   DEROSCE,  ���  Hptel Keeper  ue.,  Nov. ,3st,  1901.  orni  find'sales for July, wore  V'great as those a y.-ju-  IEHT for Sale EYcrywliew.  a��"^'  n Alinneapotj  aul  "oni St. Loaf  'om ICansasq  back -  ! to 8  id cool wjjJ  Vleal Servbl  d Canyons  ind Yosem  a Fe  TER, Pas!  mty Bid-,, [  -        - AB  BT*'{.-,_.>jj&,  iloeat'lahabitant talks a-good  '^S^^Mpesn't   make half"   so  tooth-cutting  fas   'the  ihitants.  te  .,,���    , ,      disorders of  the .stomach are alarmingly fremient  during the hot0 moist'.weaiher of tl e  summer months.   At the first sign of  any of these, or any of the other ail,  ments   that    afllict    little ones, giv,  Pro_.Babys Own Tablets;   These Tablets  will     speedily    relieve and promptly  cure all hot weather ailments.   jLcw  thexn-in the housc-their prompt use  may save a precious little��life.    Mrs'  J Herbert    Burijhani,     Smith's    Fails"  Out.,  says :   ."When my eldest child  was six weeks old he had an attack  of     cholera     infantum     and  was  at  deaths door.   ITy doctor advised me  to ' use Baby's Own Tablets, and  in  twenty-four  hours   baby  was  better-  the vomiting and purging ceased and  he regained strength rapidly,    r hnVe  used  the Tablets  for other  ailmeits  since    and always with the happiest  tZt\i3t' ~X "CtT sln9^ly recommend  them to mothets as a medicine that  should-always be kept" in the house."  Little ones thrive, are good natur-  ed and, grow plump' and rosy in  homeswhero Baby's Own Tablets are  used., Children take them as readily  as  candy,   and  crushed  to  a  powder  , is  mv-  qnantity of  work ,  on.   The  'iff  >'y..  deciciising  of last  week  ILLS.���Mr., Win,   Vander-  Crosslng,    Ont,,    writes :  using  Parmelee's    Pillar  by  far('the   best  pills   wo  r  Delicate  and .Debilitated . , ._   ���   ,���..u>i,  these RillB act like 'a they can be given to ihe youngest in-  ��. the .ffoet ��fa���t with, the "best of results Sold  tit drug stbres or you can get them  post,paid at 25 cents a box by writing-direct to the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brockville. Out., or Schenectady, n. y.<6 '    '  jn in small doses  Ic and stimulant. ,mildlv ex  retions o�� the body, Kfviiu  >r.       "'       '        ���  ���'AST  CROWD.  you    read  about    that  pg the.   record-    ' i.'ood-  't fee' how a horse coiwd  ,   _.>,v     .. ^.   ^      j, -_| ���  n't know.   Look at   the  ��ple it     has   to   ossoe.late  raco tracks.  .Never put;- off ..till to-morrow what  you can get someone else to do tA-  day.  ��ry  '. E, Raj  COMFOKl  R. Sleeps?  n'ns,  :pen ��� |j_��  1 to eJl ,mj(  t, So\itl\  untrv/i  . 11  des.'  ife  ,OF AN  ICEBERG.    l  ���    - : '"        ' a  atlc    ISviicrlvnoe    ot   Two  (urctlc   E.iplorcm,  /Rorcligreyink. commander  iar'ctic   expedition ,of   lKJy.  his life byAn iiccij(lcjiitJ.of; a',1  "-iculiar that^ It "iV pro'.i:ibk'  n coiTid duplicate the e.\-  tho foot of .Mount Terror  VJ00, he landed frcm his  '_Captain.-Jensen  and   three  Then,   wishing  to lake a  the shore, he sent his boat  vessel to get a camera-,, and  tain Jensen \vere left ..lone"  li bL-ac-h.    Before the boat.  strange  and   awful   (liing  Mr.  Borcbgrevink (old the  Outlook:  <1 a rush, with tremendous  shook the beaeli. The  io to as that "Ihe perpeudlc-  "'ove us wei'i�� falling.  Then  what   was'(aking  place.  Khicier immediately to the  was giving birth fo ,-iu  -.;,"And was-uiy present ,a surprise to  j-our sister. <��� Johnny ?" "You bet!  She said she never suspected jou'd  give her anything so cheap."-  iirli   \    t ��n   'n   the   Whc;at      <iiS-  s Hatio',1 f nPt,s,inicie"t to make the  and    T the'n0W Cl'OI> ftt^��'ahle.  'coniitrrt      PreSenL    AuaLra��"' -  is  not  vear     r , r"  f"    e^ur^    'or.    next  u]  ]V���,        a has ,)een a fe'ood shipper  or        ?C reCftftt,y'  ,Jut the Prospect  iauexri,,tf stMo,,'a crop is"ot  tolM'wheat and the business for the  S   1001-?�� Setting pretty  well  "omul   up.    j-nces are firm   and  held  above, export value, .but  this  i'Uf     lo    the    moderate  wheat;, available  Lo  stock at I-\>rt    William     is    wearing  down ami .shipment, from the cour.tr  pomls   is  Ufl  h. gradually  scale.      At     the close  values were :    1 hard, 7Gic;  I lloI.lh.  !^ '}Jy:;.2 nf"-��iern, 72^c> in store  foit Wdham or Port Arthur, .s,JOt  or, delivery  first half of  August.  FLO UK-Demand   is   light   and   the  inarfcpt     is     unchanged     as  Ogilvio's  HungaVian,   S2.05  of '98 oll,s. ;  Glen  Alberta,     ��1.75-  X'XXX,  Sl,25v  '  MIL-LFEED'-'Bran" is firm' Lund  worth $iu per ton in bulk. Shorts  firm at $17 per ton in bulk, delivered, subject to usual trade discounts  GROUND FEED-We* quote1:, Oat  chop, pot- ton-, ��28; barley chop $���>._-  mixed' barley and oats, $2(5;' (-hop  screenings. $15.50; oil cake, ��80.  OATS���There is very little doing in  the oat market. Offerings are ample  for all requirements here, and. as  the export demand''is quiet, there Is  not much' doing.: Prices for Xo. 2  white are firmer and ic higher. Feed  grades  are  unchanged.     ,We    quote  J'ollows  per< sack'  iora Patent, . $1.90;  Manitoba,     $l.p,0;  -Lower Windsor, X.B., Aug. 4 "(Spe-  cia )-iIr, T. H. Belyea, postmaster  oi this place, has made a very interesting statement of his experience iii  his efforts to be cured of Kidney  Irouble which has bothered him for  many years.  At times he would have very bad  spells, and when these came on he  was almost laid up.  He tried .several doctors and used  many medicines,,but nothing seemed  to help him in'the least.  Plasters, oils, liniments on the outside and doses of all kinds and descriptions taken . internally seem to  have but rone result. - He was no bet-  Pinally  through reading  an advertisement    he    was led to the use of  .Lodd/s Kidney  Pills.   IJe says ���  "Dodd's Kidney Pills were so highly  recommended  for Kidney T.-ouble  Umt.aftc.  reading some testimonials  J concluded to try them according to  di lections. ,.. fa  "I had tried ,so many things that  J was very skeptical and had but.little faith that, Dodd's Kidney Pills  or, would, help me. However, ' L did  not. use ,them .long before I found  that they, were all and more than  was claimed for them.,,    ,-  ul have "received more benefit from  them than from" any other 'medicine  h have ever- used for they seem to  have made a complete cui-e  case.  "I  f&fVU  MjC^IL  tfTtsdea/.  of  my  leel as well as ever I did and  have not the slightest trace of the  Kidney Trouble that bo.thered me  ever so-much.  "J want to say that.I believe that  Dodd's Kidney Pills are the right'  medicine Tor Kidney Trouble."  Mr. Belyea-is very'well known to.  there are but few who have not been  aware of his serious illness.  Kveryone is delighted at his" improved health and his ' published  statement' has done much to make  Dodd's Kidney Pills even more popu  Eddy'n Impervious sheathing Is tha best building paper' mad��. It 1�� vary  much stronger ��.nd thicker than any o ther-(tarred or building) paper. It It  Impervious to wind, keeps put cold, keeps in heat, carries no smell or odor,  absorbs no moisture, ImpArts no taste or flavor to anything 'to which it  comes in contact, lt is largely used noL only for sheathing- houses, but, for  lining cold storage buildings, refrigeru-tors, dairios,' creameries, and all places'  whara the( object Is to keep an even and uniform temporatura, and at tha  'same time avoiding dampness. 'Writa our .agents��� .. '   ���  TEES & PERSSE, WJNN1PEO, AGENTS.  THE E. B. EDDYXO., Ltd., HULL  the  stomach  and  bowels from  all   bilious  matter, but they open tbo ercretorv vessels,,, causing them to pcur copious effusions from tho blood into the bowels af-  tor.,which tho corrupted ��� mass is'thrown  out. by the natural passage of the body.  Hiey.are used as a general family metl-  n-lno  with tho best results.  No.  2 white, '41.to   42c per ��� bushel' Yu       J?       IS "-oiffhboi'hood  than  they  for    car   lots    on    track   here; feed   have been' ''  '"Winnipeg  bank  clearings  for  increased-$G,000,GOO.  duly  July customs revenue in tbe Dominion increased ��329,000 this vear  over 1901.   .  MIKAUD'S LINIMENT BelieFB Neni^lfia.  APHORISMS.  .���nisttoi.  b*1 *  iti c^  ��� to-jj,*!  0  IB  t��� Wirfrl  lee  ^f hint- of ice pluugctl, Into  W'l' could  see .nothing be-  iiiimcusc c-loml of ' rnlllng  ifx'iler ros<- from (lie phmge  J'ctic- inonan-b.   I .snug out  jp'ow we'shnll have to face  ��m' (�� tllc> ^'^''"'st point of our  Sassi  ' four feet above tho-sea.  -iiH'ing on us a dark green  i "bite, crest    I'enMod to  '"��Kgle for dear life.   We  uneven,rocks,   with our-  J the advancing water. Al-  Oh.ld not have taken more  minutes  the time _'seemed  the water closed over our  -Sam-  mw  A  n  join"',  im  m  ilful '  nic��c* 1  M  tew  SS^H upward,   scrambling   upon  1  lore the  n.-iils  from  my  I'liik'avor to keep from, l:e  i{]   out.     After   the   second  !��hi  felt   the  rocks  under  Jco where Jensen and I Crsl  Srof'l<  wus  wet  twenty   feet  ll("ids.    It   was   soincwhr.l  l11 it struck  us.    Where (ho  ���������Mrucli  with   full   force  the  ������oclt had been altered, and  still falling when the three  hoat found us. bleeding and  [a hud saved us. rlA our rlgj^  ponin^ila of ice protruded  (H't I'i'Oiii the rock, and the  fhont toward the west. From  u h struck the curve of the  |fock to the west of us tlif  A' courst more ensterlv than  ^-�� nntl I Ktood.  Mneh  For Little.  -i saw Markley blowing off  leal manager to a ten dollar  iterdnyp   .      ' ,  hob-yes. a scheme of hia,  PfBSSBi   ^  bGautlfu>ly. ,  He  was  When In doubt, tell the truth,  uel Clemens. ' ���  What makes lire divury.is want of  motive.���Oeorge Eliot.  ' A  In ugh in' worth a   hundred groans  in any market.-Charles Lamb.  FJe is n wise man who wastes no en  i.^.}xy on pursuits for which lie is not  lilted.���Gladstone. '  If you will be cherished when yon  are old, be com Icons when 3-011 are  young.���.John Lyly. ' "  If you would, hit tbe target, aim a  little above it. Every arrow (hat dies  feel:' the.attraction of earth.���Longfellow.  ��� '  There Is nothing so powerful as example. We put others straight by  walking straight ourselves. ��� Mrae.  Swe'tchine.  Have a purpose'in life, nnd having it  throw such strength of mind und muscle into your work as <^>od lias given  you.���Carlyle.  Cornierly we were guided by the. wis  doui   of  our  ancestors.     Xow   we  arc  hurried iilony l-y the wisdom of our de  seenchluts.  I'll ith.  A mother in one of the suburbs of  New York, wishing lo prepare ihe  minds of her two children for a coming  event of great imp-irtnnce. told them  that if they would like to have u lit lie*  brother or sister she thought if they  prayed earnestly every night and morning Cod would send them one.  In due time the desired baby arrived,  lo the children's great dciighl und evi  denllv   lo   Hit'   strengthening   of   their  rni.h.' for tlie next day 1 lie futher came  into his wife's room, saying:  "Look here. Lizzie, this thing hAs got  tostup ' Ji'sl uvl" illto "' I'''11,11"' ,l,itl  found hol'ii those cliiltlreii on their  knees prnyliig hard as they could  for goals-'"    grades, 37 to 38c. At country points  farmers 'are' getting 31 to 34c fur  No. 2 white oats.  - BARLEY���All offerings are now'he-  mg taken, for��� feed at 40c per-bushel.  TiieAiiovemcnt is very light.  SPEL.TZ���Dealers are doing a little business, in speltz for feeding purposes at 50c per bushel" of Softs.     '  HAY���Demand is fair and the market steady at $7 to $8 per ton for  carlots on track'here for fresh baled.  POULTRY���Spring chickens, 10 to-  45c, per pair, alive; fowl, 70 to 7.'>c;  ducks and geese, 9c per pound; tia-  keys, lie,  live .weighl.  BUTTER���Creamery���Factories ai e  turning out considerable quantities  of butter,- for which there is a good  niaiket. , Choice grades are \w.-ih  -i'^i to 17c per pound at fncloiy  I oijits--.  L!i.-T'J ER���Dairy���Receipts arc m-ji]-  cutely li'ye, and the m i -l.e', \n  ^;oariy. Considerable quanr."ies a.-.-  paying'13c per jiound for choicest  dairy in tubs or boxes, and from  that figure the market ranges down  to 10c per pound for low grades; all  commission, basis.  CHEESE���The market is steady  and purchases .. have been made at  Sic per pound. Tlie range or prices  is from Sjc to 9c per pound delivered here.  EGGS���Receipts are moderate, and  the market holds at 13c por dozen  for choice case eggs delivered in Winnipeg.   - . ' , ,     "   ,  DRESSED .MEATS���Receipts "are  improving, and the market is easy.  We quote;- Beef, city dressed, 7* to  8$c per lb.; veal, 8 to be; mutton,  9c: spring lambs, each, ��3.50 to ��Il  hogs,  per pound, 7.  to Sic.  Prince Maha Vajiravuch, son t.-f the  King o'" Siani, will visit America, directly oJter (he coronation of R  Ed warn " ' ���  ��h'  MINARD'S LMMENT Cures DanSmfF.��  .Sonic men '  .talk to, .but  listen to.   ,  are, pleasant  enough   io  rather    disagreahle    to  ' The man who , takes up a lot of  your valuable time is seldom- able to  take- a hint. ���  It is the vaulting ambition of an  acrobat that enables him to achieve  success.  AN   ILLUSTRATED VILLAGE.  .   i. '  A.  f  A  . 4  ' f j  The number of suicides in the  French army has become so iarge  that the cause has been investigated  by a leading journalist.' 'A system of  cruelty and brutality seems to have  grown up, which is making life unbearable  to young recruits.  to!  .\7An.d0ne fiah'd dat man  ^���mi,TAh'd0I,'e'fl  ^��|Mtcll0��'  wa'anwo'.-.stealln'  UiVjSgt    ss-* ou did perfectly right,  He ain't got  no  sugah.   lie ain't  f* ,7i' -Vcs>-  Wflllniu  "Wlrt'a Reform��������.  William Wirt, the great lawyer, attorney general   of  the   United  States  nnd prosecutor of Aaron Burr when-be  was tried for treason,   was stupefled  and made sensuous by liquor. At times  be lost ah self control and self respect  On one occasion while drunk he fell in  the streets of Richmond.   While lying  there asleep Miss G., the most beautiful woman in the city, to whom he was  betrothed, came 'along, saw him* and  nlaced her handkerchief, on which was  her name, over his face.   He wakened,  saw  th"  name,   learned  the incident,  and It reformed him. .  I,1VE   STOCK.  ' CATl'LIC���The export movement, of  range cattle is increasing,  and a fair  movement, has been noted  this  week.  The rattle aro in  line condition  now,  and us the markets are right, a rapid  movement    may bo looked  for.      The  Manitoba  cattle are    not, so  fat     us  those  from   the  west,  especially    tbe  steers.    Choice export steers from the  western  ranges  are     worth  4^c     per  pound olT cars in Winnipeg; butchers'  cattle.   3.J   to 4c. .  S1IEE1'���Receipts are moderate  and prices range from 4 to 4��c per  pound, olT cars, Winnipeg. J jambs  are worth Ui  to -Ic.  IIOCS���Aive hogs are coming in  freely, nnd the market is easy at  6{c olT cars  here.  J\1JI.CU COWS���Cows . are scarce.  Good milkers readily bring ��45 in  this market, the range being from  ��35 to $45 each.  Utile Swiss Town "One of the ilxtiiiut-  est In   Europe.   '  When  next you  go to the Lake of  Geneva, by all means pay a visit to  the little known village of St. Logier,  near by, ou the road between  Yeve'y  aud Blonay, one of tho quaintest villages in Europe and one of the promA  est on   account   of   its   extraordinary  adorumenls.  St. Legierand thai adjoining village of La Chiesa:-: are nothing  more or less than illustrated  villages.  They  are as  profusely illustrated   as'  the modern  magazine,  for  nearly  all  the houses bear on their outside walls  some striking picture or comical caricature from the brush of a great man  iu  the  village,   .M.   Alfred   Beguin.   a  painter of local  renown and   not  unknown in Paris, says Pearson's Magazine.  A house in St. Legier has, no use for  �� signboard to tell the world that it is  an inn. a cycle shop, a forge or a dairy.  M.  Beguin'a picture does that.   On  a  stable wall   he draws  a .picture of  a  spirited runaway horse knocking down  men ns he leaps for freedom; on  the  white  wall  of the  little  village  forge  nro pictures of men making horseshoes  Tor   dear   life   and   shoeing   a    frisky  steed; on the wall of tho. dairy a dairy  maid  balances a  pail of milk on  her  'load, while scenes of local life, as pic-,  turcs of the annual summer exodus to  the mountain pastures with the cows  and goats, and caricatures of the local  bigwigs   make   a   bright   picture   gal-  Cigars.    You   cannot   resist   when .  you get that sweet flavor. Try one  MAxm-'Acrxmivn m  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  During recent eruptions of' Mount  Vesuvius the clouds of vapor , were  found to be strongly charged . with  hydrochloric acid.  Til-fitting boots and shoes cause corns.  Hollo way's Corn (Jure is the article to  use. <Jut a bottle at once and euro your  corns.  The United Stales post ofiice department is doing effective work in  various parts of the, country in  breaking up fraudulent " endless  chain" .schemes carried on through  the mails  l-.onpr  Service.  In the eoumiune of Idanrderndcol. in  Holland, a woman has just died who  was for seventy-four years in1 the service of the same .family, lii-st as nurse-  girl, .then us domestic and finally as  housekeeper.. (.   ��� '  lory of the village. M. Kcguin lives in  one of the most imposing houses in St.  Legier. whence he obtains a full view  of the crooked little village street and  of the Dent du.Janian towering up in  the distance. For many years past be  has amused himself by painting the  houses, and In the first place he ac-  (piired most, of bis skill and boldness  i:i painting In this wav.     1  When a woman throws herself at a  man's head she seldom hits the mark  A western  man has  because he loved hor.  so- demonstrative.  shot his  wife  Some men arc  Good sense���never the product of a  single mind���it the fruit of intercourse  and  collision.  RSAPLE SY&UP  Tho quality Htunclnrd from  Ocean   to  , -Ocean.   Your money back It not   satisfactory. - "   _  ROSE & UFtAMME, A.gta., MONTREAL.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS, B. C.  Without question the beat (tad  moat effective apringn in Canada for  thu cure of rheumatism, kidney or  livar troubles. Tho medicinal quali-  tiea of tho watsr ant unequalled.  Splendid hotel accommodation ; Aim  fiiihinff and hunting. A_a ideal Hpo��  for the invalid.  W. N.   U. No.  38S.  If  JricroHpoiiioHliUler.  Particles of matter too small to he  discerned with the,, naked eye tloaf  through the atmosphere and bear,' like  a microscopic Meet, im'coui)table millions of organ isms whose combined attack suflicos to render a large fraction  of the huniiiii race miserable.  To Recognize Purity.  Adulteration has grown to such a  fine ,art, that it is almost impossible for a woman now-a-days to de-  XLJbe,'^se from the true: but a  n^f,u   aLanalysls ^m always detect  ���5aS   nmT.   AP,rof-    W'   HodSson  Ellis, Official Analyst to the Domi'n-  ���r^if yeirnment'  after -a number of  ana yses,     report3 ,   that    ��� Simjjght  St ;? S7,P,Ure and well-made soap."  next S?v?t; SoaP-Octagon Bar-  Prof W <?ay' and y��u will see that  VnnLi! As Is ri��ht. No one should  i ^w better than he. 210  your children are troubled with  worms, give them Mother Grave's Worm  Lxtenimmtor ;   safe,   sure,   and   ciTectuni  Try   it,,   and  your  child  mark   the   improvement  Truth  may be slow,  bue it is .surefooted.  "Every time a man runs across a  lot of old clothes around the house  lie searches them, although he never  finds anything.  Lots  of  girls  get    married  to gratify their curiosity.  merely  'No artist has ever been inspired to  paint a bald-headed ,angel..���  A lazy man never gets ahead unTess  someone puts a head on him.  So rapidly does lunff irritation spread  and deepen Uiat often in a few weeks a  simple cough culminates in tubercular  consul.ptioix. ' Give hoed to a couch  thero in always danger in delay, iret ii  bottle of Bielclo's Anti-Consumptive Syrup and cure vourself. It is a medicine  unsurpassed for. all throat-and ���lumr  troubles. It; is compounded from several  herbs, each one "of wh'ch stands at. the  head 01 the list as exerting a wonderful'  influence, in curing consumption and  luii.U-  di.seases.  all,  The average man is'���.charitable toward all  women except his wife:  It is as difficult '��� for some young  men to slow down .rapidly as "it is  for others to make haste slowly  A  big .'woman- can go. through a  small man's pockets without anv  sleight  of band   business. ' '  I  The good nmy die young, but: it. is  clear that the bad live forever���if  tombstone epitaphs tell' the truth.  The   longer  a  man   lives ithe    more  lost opportunities he has  to regret.  m ? iblA-hcc; in tin interest of the people  of Xovie ai.j It'ast JCcotenaj'.  J"��.t'( .   oi' /jii'ooiuflov  '".lKi: j" ..il. .  p.... ;������ ��� ;aiii.-is'ni  ion.' cm. ti,... !,_;.._ i j,  ��..,���   ,   _i_,m.ijji,i  i  *li��.> j.i 1,1 in ,510 .ii .k/ui>ii).. Jii-<      li���-   d,)  ' Ol^'ll dj-.-i.-J'., id ' V   MIJIU'i,  1   l'1-.lll.     jiie  11. lO  uiiilei  i  u.'n |  t_j_ta_M8Mia(_taate*��aa36��aia^ tchmwhi   ft    o     nfl ! g^S5^9SS23K^3EJK^  c. j. sun-:  <;<!-..  P. D.Hopb,  ih-v. miibu i.i/r.'i.i-vrA.wkd'c^'bv'ti!-   j_!i f AIt'0,s ever3' AIon.*aj avenlnsj Jn  tljearf  ' us  i*. p. Jobu-stoii. v.uo u"iiiits ai) hubmi.v ofilwll  on   Victoria   street.    Sotaurninp   T18"iC'ji*r<  .ssx^��;d'i-ioji!Fdi��"'s��*��->"���-ac-,,-   "*I*&AI  i Anihi.kw JoiI.vjj-os', 1', J. S-lbTIf,  ~-���= I .��� I'nil U- 3*. JoiJK-TON, .T   , ,     ���  '  i iJatci otii tiayos Aufiisi, ioo.. Aoole Grand. Secr'y,  *     I xoxrcK. , ������....������  ���-,"     J��'��;fcl.er,Ly?IvontllarWd��yfianer cmrel^0^6       Killers'      UmOn  fc.i.1 U1IUA1. AUGUST, IG, 1902.        tlr��u,1t0 "-^^!o "^ Com��,iS.,oaW of umkJs , -^^    ���,  landWo&sta- a  social   liucn.e   ,0  c-it and ^O.  71 .  earry aivay  timber from   the   following   dts-  ��* le "i l  I. ITHi. OT JilMlrfCJ'.lrTJ'OK.  TUS: SAME OJLO   WAGE?.  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.     Sojourning    members    are  _ -t i,  M:  ii>  'A'  f.  '   l  -I  '<   'v     i-  . 1  3  I  i  c  3,  .  >1  r-  7  cribed lauds:  >.������.,���    -, .   ' {    Coinmcnclusrat a post, planted   ucar  ,he  A _ _ ...  ^tumsnko wasting good   time   to   " "epostomie c. p.  Rttl,Wtty 011  tho wc,t  cordially invited to atLenri  i'Oint, to the moral to be  drawn   fnm   J        aMh0 ',roy,e rivcr'   K'^   Kooicmv. *ueu to atlena  Mtoe of H.;rry Tracy, wyB the  Sp(, | Jb^S^^ ^ ^ S S��   ^ p"0���"' * T" S*���'' '  -ane Chronicle,   It is  too  p]fl3n-too I(0 poiIU of comI,10����pcnt.'   Contaiuine   o-io President. Secretary  ,^'mple-too sharply outlined  agninst  S5 SS^jS?^    '      " *' J,KEXr0If-     " =====s==^-_-j_==_=_^'  tiio lurid background   of crime.    The/- -^~2__ f 36 MoVie BoSLVd   nf   Tr-o^  -wa-es of sin-death.    ���. /        ���       xotT^~   ; :i ^jrie uudra oi iraae  Meets on the first Wednesday  j , NOTICE.  Uarry Tracy    had   brains,   he   had, , .^^fl^^rfflvea thatSOdays afterdate  ��uraE, ,aplenty, he   had cndu��nj}^^^  Cnnld    lm.u.1        a     MttC��m-nw��T<lm),��.( ......    ". UUI  evening of each month at  S o'clock sharp in the court  house.    "  Tl.o l,������l   ,.-��l��iir,��roS^PTllJ,."������r, "? "Ji .' A' P' M^^aid, Pro,.  A.llof   op,K,rmn,lic��.    TI,o  l,r0   ���, ���   ���^��"���'. *��' K���,���.   Thc���.o ���Ao  "..-lllup mm. ,M,���a>   to  Mm  ��� .|10r,   S��� ,?���M",'1',lMc,,l,,��'. ��>������ wcit s.  Sir1   ��|j   l |   l  \f'.\Oi.<c;;.\u: an u beta ih  KBBOHAMTTS  jM"Ji  and (tiirod Jiouts, Freeh  4'A-h, Uamo .-ail  Poultry.    We  supply  only   tho  Lest.     Your  traiiVsolicitcd.  MAKKKTS  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and   Towns! in  British Columbia.  ��     CRANBROOK, B. C.  IIliADQCTAKTKRS  FOR EAST   ItOOTESTAV  movie's leading hotel.  WA1  -'1 * s  Vice-Pros.  P��rn like an honest man.    U0 cll08e n j ^ , '   *'Raxjc XxErsox  career of crime of bis own  fr. -   .vfP ' ^^ "'lKU' "��  ����J lie won i,a rewards. - .1 -   7        ^^  I^elmmeo,!!,,  p���,0���   h;u���;   (ll,j   .VoticehUchy,;IW ,b��Wd��v.��f,��.r date r  . ,'<;">,U o1 2'J ."'"^-ycars   thnt   .bonld J  "^f r�� W^w ���"<-��� Chief Cwmissicor of,  -����� -1- useful, Lcaicr-ililc, sud'Cssful man.  cr,!x'li hm-lv^ 1,'"!' (lcs  tlnod-nuw to iJc^m   j.,'lh(.   weary   n.nTnTf'.'r"''l !'��St 1>?an,c'i  "^ '^ =��  ���round of .if. niKinn,^.. ,   1 lie snipe  W. F   GrUED,  MAKRrSTKK, SOLICJTOII, Kl'c.  TlIE.ST,EUC;^l.AMJXjVf.  ���THEMOyjK.LUMfiEi,S,&C0'  '  PARK,MlTOiri3L]ittoo  BEH)f 0Awrj|jEU|f{(: '    ,  MAcEACJTKlU.tM.HJDovu,   J  P. BUJBNS & 00 ,jy^- 1  KOOTJixXAVHOTi,^     '    '  OT2XTK4lL HOTEL  MO VIB; HOTEL.  THE LEADEit 0FFi<'i.  G. H. MINK 1,1.  J. J. MURPJIY.  P.J). U0P.E.  J. P. FAJIKELL.  <fcc. itc; (tc. ' .  B. C|_  The best of aecon)inodutiotis  forthefravelin^pubiic,        ,tl  ^. J. McMahon,\I%i\  e Best People i  best Gotni  ^^  ��� 10 bc-,r.(.���t i��� 'lh(. wenrv mn';7;;:;,,fi'!rat'iiI'0Sti>.lan,c'i ,iour ,!iG sj;'       : ~~  01    illu   convict,    (ho ditrk   .^"^^^^'"snionoo south fOThai V <     ���           '  t'eli-tlicve bis portion, tlio.e his pros- l^Z^Tf11111"' "u,ried "0rth w *�� H '     V^r  'Out lifo and Ins iunue Promile,         ' l^onor���*���'^ "?T  Then one de.-p- ,ito chance���a innd   D"��l1 "' J,5,y' 199'*  '     1, !  isure  ienie:  o  _ tl-i.-hiorlibeny���a !<-\r boura ol tri  "mpbant cuiiic���the life of the hunt  bd outlaw in tbe sw*,impd and lon'sls���  JTOTIC'B..  1 ,mi!,C, I" l!?rf-Vff^-^ that SO days after date  .  ._ nte��J to.iW.lyro ilia Chief ComoIsUIonc hf  U10 liight   from   hun-Jied,   of armed   S���?S;l;S,'scif il00����  pursuera-ihe   blocdhonn,! ..-J LnJ", n,?.'-  ('m^ ^om tbe following des-  --��*-.���  pureiicM���tijB bloodhounds cm _).s  path���the quarrel with Lia one com-  Tauion, ending _u   a fr0dh  n.,,^^;^.  'I'll  cribed J.-inds  Oommencing.at a post planted near the it*  jeeks of.hidins mid AkulkinK,  ,idiUg j ���tMoi^ th^L sowh^w SS^-Sc���8;  ^ "'gii.tj lying in the  Urtiah   by   dav    ^T^' i)imcc UOrlh ^0 ch^-S KJ  ;tVith never an   hour  of   pence,  neve^S^e^sr^1-    S?1^ ��  one moment of security.    And then���  DpAed 29Uj "rul>'; 1^2. 5-10  , l-3.ing there amid the waving grain, z-^~^~~- L_  his glazing eyes turned up to the silent ^'OriCE, '     '  stars-dead by his ownv hand-dead I .*��"�� * horoVy gtyext that 30 cjevaa ter date  Ly defeat and disgrace-hla la,t 'mom- uJ 2* �� tb0 chief commissione? of  Sati fi,ied W��' agony-hi, laSt ast a^t^:^^f^^ ^ to-cut  ill, .confession of couiplete deshrfir        Icn^ ^d*:       '       ' 'm the followiu= des"  ^mmenciuar m a poat plaited  at the North  Vest corner r��f r.,.t otoc  __ lu  CRANBROOK:      .A8SAYSJM,  IJaily market prices^ by  *vire  from Spokane.  [LEWIS THOHmOK",  (.lie.confession of codiplete despair  Uic'iiipay? The old temptatioh-  Uic old wages-the pay.hatiA' who  ���annoL be evaded.    King ot ' ciimin'als  , U t comer 01 Lot 273S ffroup  one, East Koote-  aay. and north of Palmer Bar creek   thenC��  --v-._���.     R1UBOI   cuminals   J^^��B��rcn,cktbu,W^'u^  ti.����usli Harb-   Tracy   waSAl^;jder/u J^��^^^ ^Ho the South WeJ  -^ liis skill, wondci-ul   in   hi-        !        S^'^J *   '     rCe nwrr2j 'i0 ci<uas'/      ;-"�� " "   ���U,UUCI",�� 3l^m^ cljpck  i.uuuti.u   ia   uid   eudur-    ��tnu',"fctb0chains,rhence south &0 chains.   PenoratA's,     rubber     drU-    ���.-   �����  auce, wonderful for a time in life  lji0k   S^l!"1.??.^"- t0 ^int of comni^LR,S'P* ������,!' _   ^^     tyi>e'.  pnatlng  tfOTAUY  PtlBLlC, AOCOUN-    iMUHAJItJB ABBfcT. ���^^^iSJ   AND     SHOES  ]]^0y|^.. ��� fen ,KbPa-ir^ and aradb to Onloh  _. A.:*    .      . . .... **,*.. ' '  Drug and Stationery S,fore  " '   ' 'i"j '��� ��� .'    A  llCilS-.:   Toilet Articles  Office-Stationery  School Supplies.  .. . ,   ,       -;.�����--   "'o   ^uu<-'r-  ������;�����. lucuue eoutu &o chains,   feii^aijrs,      r  Pencils, price marker,, printing  wheels; numbering machines, band  dating and numbering atgoipa,, check  , ^Vunreconslntinijcl tu Ilio cunclu,.  J" 'liauho^mphoni- of the uveiAg,.  J'^lHicid. m.ich:ue  ja   built   with   but  5-18  [ Dated t'th d��y of Julr, 1902.  F. M". FBITir.  tli.'Ct.-    note.-���"(iotigl).'  "'���' < *,"���CLica^q Fo* L.  ���dee.  and  ���C3'<  Aoyie is rapidly, becoming popular  :..- .'' suinmei resort. And why sliould  y hoi,? Ifeiv i.Ajne of th��- mod bsan.  I,,,!i "'"��� piotmeMpu- i.ik-s-j fid bv  ni-Miniaiii ain-.m. feunirij;   with  ^ OTicia.  rakennuer that So day. after flat* we intend  ndW^��!hC C!,iCi ^"'"ioner of ��  hi d^orw ior am years' Timber Lea-o of the  'ol ow,pg lands situate on Lamb crcfek /u South  lim Kootenay rlistrict as follows-  Cowuioncingritapost 0110 and three-fourth  ���.1�� north ana �� degrees  ^  ol the nor ,i.  Met comer of lot 2S01, tlier.ee west IPO chain, i  epce nor, h so chains, tbeuce we.t 100 cha is'  thonco south M rholns, thence Heit ,0 eh�� ���'  ti����.celouth4/.choiu4, .beuce east 40 cha ^'  itieaC..��,uth SO chaiu,, thence ���e,t 20 Z    !'  ,     .. .       --   iisti A^^'o.-.outh-iOc-ha,".,,. thence e,Lt 10 ���^  -P-^-    Tbe,,   aKain   .here   i,   al-   -���n,,, *$?& ^ ^ J JJ-Jnj.  FRAN'KLIN  STAMP WORKS,  Vakcouvkk, B. 0  Qity   Shaving   Parlor,  .O.NTEAL   HOTEL.  WES,    *��   OE.r3TB, Prop;  Moyib, D. C  CHAS.  P.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and    '< "  fEmbalirier. ' ' ��� .  .iGntduat-eofChatnpiori College oj the  ���United Stales. Upholstering and gen-  eral fdrniturb repairing; bflice nnd  store, Aiken'* block, near'Canadian  l-ank of Commerce. Telegraph and  rami orders promptly attended to.      "  Cranferook-. B.C.  iS5S2^_SySf*fia!v-teaaa.  Mo'M  FOR   PINE/ TAILORING   GO    TO  ;-:^ ���' iP.n-ftLn.g :.riii :rvifr0r,.lin,r  l��<*���'.�� fffthe late ..n��i ,i:e wea.her N  i'"!, fc'id at n.Vlit one 1K alwm:* av  ';"^��c.fa t��,o,| ..st. Thcre'a:,". Hie0  'i,\-i cl.ito i.oiel iiceoiMriiodation.-. and  Piu.u of boats for v.B.iui,. JVrS(,lJS  wiping... few v.'t,f!a- (jl:tnig, cannot  !���� K-ir-jr .hii'i l , ,..���,u, trj Moyie.  ��h,-r.,nfhouU1 M.j .-*������,. r,'^...^,^  U....|.ri-/- ;f "ho >;..<. cill;,_f|v.  -^���cau-.f hi, ')i�� ii'o.-t l.iM'.i.sr.-uM--  ���:U;;: '  '    '" '*���.!.���:!. rrr,,t    0* 10c  '.fcauM. vow  <L .],. ,    ,.,!r!iri\.fl  to It,lf  J uu 1 _������,..., :iyo.Mi,',.,imsniM'l..l. !  't'KKl.'.M-ll.-- 'Jm-,. ���'(���(������_   T/n,       j  iencc couth :* clnJiu.. thence Jvc-t 20 chins'  U-n,.e south --0 chalas, tbsaco west 80 cha ^  ��"��� south oochKms, thence i,c.t �� c, a ' '  ^uccoulh SO chains, thence en S cS" '  hence north :>0 chain,, theuee ett,V Z Z'  henco south -10 chPlus, thenee ^ '   �� ^    s  ^"cetioi-thSOchaiu,, thence  eas   .0 bha is  hence south 40,hai,is, theii<!e  ^ % ^     "  hence ,onth 20 el.alus. theucc ean CO c-ha  boucc.oith.JO chains, thence ,e t '0 eha   ?  hence north-JO chai,It, thrnce west '"d c i   s  nonce nouh-Ochai,,,, theuce v.'      -"n t  " i '  ouceuonlieoch,,';,,,, tHe,1Cc ea    Tn. c     " "  ' (H!i!^l7^^y_c.f_A,iei,st. 1902.      "    n 1  St. "  MEBGHACTT   TAILOK,  l^'ne   Suitings,    Overcoating  TrouswPi   Imported     QooHa.  ��   ..       '       A1 l A ���  x^ run bust ad x, :.k xbstbujsuis co.  y * v , . ' ^ I ( t   ''  lager Beer, Porter and Bottled  Beer Always on Hand.  Q-uality not excelled in the country.   Try it aid  . he convinced.  World's '&ehic   Route.  .. DIRECT LINE  East.   ' ���SJ1IJ55S?**"* '  '���'-._..i"M��'����iu ����������� ..������������...���-llimiTlli.i t��l��.|.,...,i.i..,_____^________  i/iS  A>  <��)  <1>  Jrdgtfs'iojv mos.<  & msoN;'  .\^jQj  'Sni"H  ,:,,'in,i':w��t   Ihe  M/pVio iln-wry,   Moyie.  Joseph's   Convent:  *'eusos, k. h.  J3o.,rd,nfi and Day school   condbci--  Jed ''i'l^SiaU'^ofSt. Josopli/irehon ��� ��,     '  ;   ������f'or~.  HEAVY TEAMI^d-  Conjincrcial     and    biisines.��i'!  fl.llcy,,.,   Ifoi .S'l/.It?��7H.  The most complete, health resort on  thi" continent of :7(.rl._ Ansc-rfca.    Git-  UaiKi    ,n:d>t   r^onc-ry    uuiivalled   for  H.    C  "virt progro^ cb��,acteai80 each de-  Pertinent. lArents 8|l0Uld write for  P^cular, Chic.no.nth aMUres lho  l'ub.lC,of lhe thorough..^* of thc  feistenv methods of teaching, (>7ext  term com mono, a y out, Isl^  ���ALSO���  Exi'ilESfi     AND  DK.MVEliY.'-  Winnipeg  Toroptd  Ottawa^  Montreal  '  St. John1  .  Halifa>  Rostop  New YorL  |qi  we:  r^  01  ~td.  Shn Francisco KO        1   -  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  %er Lake Steamers.  Le-ve ^ort William. Sun.   Tue.  Fri, I  ���-"���������  1.1  .  ^ ***<   V*  Orkhraj  /  ��"��.oun.   rue. JAi 1     a oris       lJ"n *"' f",,��'  VIA   SOn   f TXTJ-h K  A--W aero farm   threo   miles   from  VIA. ?SOO   LINE    ���        Mpyieforaale.    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Prssc, ���  Photographer j  ���fori Stoiiio,  PROMPT DELIVEiiy  Queens''A^���-   MOYi��'  Chicago.  Tourist Sleeper   Service  EASl  u"rs.l:roro jui--u�� "^ ��-  e'^tern r      ' loxonio and  all  ifeoLbin pointa.  W158T  Vanconrcr ���,��� 00���., oiu ,e.  'l-'-'-r..l.u.���1,(,lytol0CilIa���'    '�����  f��"  EAST KOOTENAr JBOTTUKC  CRANBROOK, C   C  fOlct huntefs says $j  IThe MAR LIN I  action is Jlft'uysclosed, the kC?-*^:<^>-^~  mceba'nism 1^ ���10st $�� 9^��^"  pro. tlie finish elegant, the r&g&zZ&g  form ntiraciive.    it seams^^aS^WW-*  to throvplts bull-ta a little  thoi-e accurately and plant  them with a littlo more force ^<^^m.\C  than any otner.rifle.   ForF^-5s -  deer-taken 38-55 or3b.30����pr^.  Kinds.  'Orders Sof/cifod.  I Soda Water and  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  J. 0 OARTim,  .' hist, Pass. ^.gf.  Nolson,  G. Hillier, A-jetu, Moyic.  f:' J- COYLR,  .'.sVtGo  ��� Air;  Vancoyor.  A Rt  ."Won  ; -' ;^sfa<  ' %^  : 'the


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