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The Moyie Leader Aug 15, 1908

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 i  u%  $  A^1  A,  -~  '-I  \  .-i  Stf  Hi  13  ���- i  ,4^^^^ cAJ^M>r  CRANBROOK.      ,     v;  Vi  HE.vn.v-nvan vnr.o  QUE. GLASSES I>0   IT  W. 11. WILSON, Optician  CRANJIROCK.  [>L- IX, NO 19,  MOYIE, B. C, AUGUST'Io-1903.  "?2A, YEAR  Ipecial Sale  AURORA  Bdots and Shoes are trie, principal   ol  our sales for the next week. ,Big reduction "in   '-prices."    See* show ' window.  Must reduce our ��� stock  lies ia ver offered'    ���   ,  #  No better vai-  (From the Cranbrook Herald)  If a man went to capitalists in  Spokane^or' Seattle and proved beyond the , possibility of doubt that  he, or those associated with him,  owned mining property through which  ran -the same leads and veins as occur on trie'famous St.' Eugene at  Moyie, .how long would he tako  to dispose of his -lioldings?, . The men  with the money would fall over each  other to grapple with the opportunity, *'a.iid the farther, he went from  home the greater, would be the rush  for tho stock. Somehow, it is humans nature' to, assume - that the  tiung that is 'far away and concerning which we - aro-in the blackest  kind' of ignorance must' he worth  pawning our very ..flesh and'blood1 to  acquire; while the very same'article  here 'at our 'doors that wc can , examine with oiir eyes, feel with -our  MlWCitllo!r installed expensive pumps to  /Ylf M(E keep the work clear. ��' The pumping  plant would cost as much as a compressor outfit, maybe,more, and with  a compressor to operate five drills  the management is determined to get  under this extraordinary ore bodyy  which is all shipping' Ore, and stopc  it out. The lowerrtunnel is already  started some'140 feet:-Below the No  1, and ,will liave to be driven some  5(50 feet before ,,,'the' ore will' tie  caught. -      '  rt'iis the intention of the directors  to at once install'a five'drill     com-  *9&&9**99aa&*9999��*999d&t��   &tmZl^j��mi9E^^  LOCAL ASSAYS  pressor plant,.' and for the purpose  will place a small amount of the  mining stock on the market ' to  cover running expenses. < The amount  of high grade ore between the No. 1  land the No- 2 tunnel,'it is calculated  will realize enough to pay for the  property many times over and leave  the management in easy street.  Tho ore above" the* No. 1 tunnel is  of the concentrating -'quality running  about 2-1 per cent lead and carrying  11 ozs. oft silver ,to the-ton. This  will in time produce a concentrate  that will work, out at about 4 in 1,  and run 70 per cent lead .and '40 ozs.  ���.,.....���   ��� _,__,.__ silver.    Jt,is out of concentrates   of  hands and'submit to the judgment ol this avcrage that the St. Eugene   up  rarsA Tbbaeeos, Confectionery  tRELL.'BLOCK ' "'^  fa,,  ' MOYJB  L    Fire; LifeVand Accident In^ance/.^,  f.-iiBOOK,;.', ..ip.    ';'-    ;/>,.'_     d    ,, ,'      ,"' '  ' -        ��� '    <      "-  jaye ^i^��urj()rd��rs;  ,   -. "<k ��� f-1' ^y,;,''  ,'~ fob.1 v:-.'" -'-   >  for  ����� .-?���  AA'"-Bon_?.b'lo.m, stock " -  '-  - > s I-  WwMvmm  A  *��  r) TOTJB   O WN *-���STORE:  Moyie Cd-Operative Association, Ltd  I-       J     . A,".' AA -  A-  ', a--- ���  '  p"   V'.'    - ,..   '    "���  A * A ,'>SPE0IAL,IN, y'r  :*  JELLY  POWDERS  ',; ASSORTED FLAVORS      ���  ' .���   1 pints���5;'!ot  25 cents.,  f CUTALITTFIRST \CLASS.'  TERMS CASE.    DEPOSIT ACCOUKTS OPBKBD.  FARRELL   BLOCK.  . t��z.*4i_i4*-ri* J*tJ*  MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL,   '" ��� .  5"  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public. ii;  Ur* aod Commodious Sample Eoorcs.' Billiard Eooms.  MoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  tynvnvnjr W *V*  ^^ ^r^-A-A^ ^^ <W tT**^'*  Have Just Received  A line of Derby shoes in the latest models.  Vail suitings in 20th Century clothing,  atanfteld's u^denvear of the best quality.    '  And a nifty line of  Ceylon flannel shirts  in  blue,  cardinal and gray,  E. A. HILL,  _���- ~jj���i���  ifejAjjS^jAt -A. ,��, -����.  THE   FURNISHER.  our.experience, is��� ��neglected to' he-  come the heritage of the stranger  wifSiin our gates and without ., our  gates,' for that matter. - -  -  A few ycars.thexe was a sensational  strike of high- grade ore in the Lake-  Shore working of the St. V, Eugene  whereupon a/certain man-went down  there to investigate. ��� It- ,���.was' during  tho reign of-*James ,Gronin, whoyery  wisely "allowed '' the man to 'see ail  things, just as they were, with such  eyes-and intelligence las thei Lord 'en-  dowtSd him with: , 'And that man  can 'up' from '-the'' - depths' to the surface Willi great wonder upon . him.  He .had' seenJ the Silver .Caves, of, the  Geai'trf'the Lamp.,/'Standing outside  the,old hoist house'of the LakesUore  with Cronin, 'this ��� visitor ran his eye  up-hill behind him, catching the strike  and dip of one.of the, mam leads .of  the "property by : .the' line j ���. ot ,\ the  dumps, nnd then glanced across - the  lake to'the opposite fcide- where c the  first, work on ,thc Aurora ,was being  done.' "Ycs,V'said 'Cronin,-with his  extraordinary Celtic quickness-of per-  to lflOa paid the cost, of every atom  of'its magnificent, equipment, machinery, concentrator, etc^, -and paid its  Eihareliolders, ' in'addition., the'enormous sum. of i$412,000 in-.dividends. In  March, 1905,' it', was earning at ' the  rate of $77,000 a month net-profits,  and -this moment' it is Thelping most  materially to Jipay 10 per"cent dividends on the.$1,500,000 capital of;the  Canadian Consolidatc'tt a'Mining &  Smelting company.'.ther-Jpresent owners. .���     .   ''      '.  " ' vsv' J "  .Dealing with matters of practical  mining in'the Kootenay country one  vital point is that .of transportation.  It is well to -fsay ' that in ' the  case.of;.the Aurora transport means  merely'the loading of "the ore or concentrates,, from the bunker or ( the  miironto the harge and towing' " it  across the lake to tho Moyic depot of  the C.P.R- The finest .shipping facilities exist.        r        "A'   '  What a pity " it is'that'the Aurora  is not in"'Alaska'","or Siberia or, even,  in'the Moon. ~-Then'we would all he  able to.draw magic pictures 'of < its  crotWgrasping-the" vcry-''ttiought nn weaith that would --easily out=color  the mind    of,'' that man,    yes,_   tnoeTcn t^e pictures of-, tie-most fecun-d  ,���eiof advertiser's.'   - Here Ve have,'hqw-  LOe.'T *...*...      a. y   nlqlt,     .linfinAeo    ^TVrrtrirtci+nrin  the mind , v,��            -   .-  leads on'this,ground run    "Men _.���_      _____  ... _  lake", and outcrop . on,, the' .other - siae.-j cver a, plain . husiness. tproposition  There "snot the sUfijitfest doubt about ��� - - -y- -=-���- ��� *- ��.-  it.    ' You see' it from here with your-  own eyes."-.   The     _  Croiiin's' deduction is inevitable.^Any-  sovmdness"      ��� o��  l,�� o utv���. inevitable  .oncnwith the<gift"of s*_^it cans* it,  and if'-aliy doubt exists..a comparison  o\: the" orL from ;>he St.: Eugene and  that from the Aurora will show idcn7  tical fcaturesMn both.as might_ be  expected', from ;. identically;; similar  formations..,-- ,< i1-' -i',v, - ��� t  ^Sb-mahifesb- did .ithocome.i ,j that  the leads'ran tinder .'the; lake'that-the  very bottom itself was acquired by  the Cambrian Mining company and  fullv 560,000' spent in sinking �� a  kind of caisson to ��� reach .the bottom,  or as a miner express��l it Vm supine a hole through the water, ahat  undertaking'commanded any amount  of capital on account of the novdj7L  o sub-marine mining hemg '���jlcrtofc-  en for* the first time in   British Co-  "unfcler such circumstances'it is not  surDrisina that ttic five crown- grant-  Safmf of the Aurora group - were  recently acquired on most reasonable  S by< certain practical, miners of  Movie who know nothing of any business or pursuit save mining. They  know that business thorough y how-  Aer   , It is their trade, and'    hemg  ev  no  such they arc determined that  fency salaries are to be pa d to ancy  officials I whose toil consists in ��� pv-  in�� tone" to the concerns they are  KSwcdto honor with their services  Ncf will"beautiful -buildings exhaust  much of the treasury What will go  up will bo for use, not ornament. The  man who has roughed it in the bills  know what is meant.  ��� Tto organization is incorporated  ���rfS ihe fame of the.^urorajming  & Milling,company, witb �� capital <*  a mil-lion dollars in one dollar, nonassessable, shares. W.J. Fel ham  is president, and manageit J. ��-  Fitch is vice-president. The: directors arc E. O. Kamm, the account-  infcoftheSt. e��������. ����r? Demode and Dan. MacDonald. Indeed  a r^e connected with tbe working of  the St. Eugene, and as said before  practical mining men who are, ami  have been, earning and adhancmg the  money to carry on the work in con-  i".?ri.  ":m,  ��ho rf^velonmcnt.     It is  a  handled . by respectable men 'oi the  greatest^ experience 'in this class .. - of  enterprise, arid ,yet ;< -wo' are apathe-  tlC.-^ ���, ���';% ���   ���   '"  It,is���but" fair to^hope" th'at.this undertaking,, will prove' an^exception^' to  the "general rulc,-=that a" mine .is", not  without, honor ��� except-in���-its" cwn  countrv,'and-that local men-, having a  reliable^property, that^will-, stand \'up  to" the Uest. of any practical; examination, - will ^not* newUtoWgOvto -Strang--  ers\for'the1,sinews^of war."    - *���   -  , ROOMS -  ed-- rooms*  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Cpitai; A��thofed.-----:-��1'.<'M.0^   4,925,000.  Capital paid up ������������ >..   '  _    ____���_���������:������4,925.000.  ���Savings bank department.  Interest allowed on deposits from date   of   deposits  credited quarterly.  CRANBROOK BRANCH. j  J. F, M. PINIKHAM, Manager  J~ Avp -. ^p -y-irxsxyys <5r-ryrv.'��"��w r.ycv.  and  n",'iy. Vi''***'  s!v  nection with the development,  well that in so doing they    . J1"��  glorious aini< successful to guide then  in"-'their path, lor be it recorded with  In honor that the original owners of  KA^ ramous     Lake Sho��� gg��P  (amalgamatwl with the  St.  Lugcuc ,  C   6. Farrell, Thomas Racdcr. MO  Foley. T. B. Murphy and John Day  whilo'the group     was an "��*M\oveA  prospect, did miners' woyk1_IorM1m,\?:  ers' wages, made tics, cut hay on the  wTld meldows round Moyic and    did  anvthias   and everything that decent  mTcmild do, to keep  Iho r interest  intact until the    day of sale arnwd.  They cleared $80,000 Ior their pluck  But it must be understood that? the  Aurora is advanced in development  far bevond the prospect stae;e since  upwards of 2,000 feet of. work has  been accomplished, and in this csti-  SSTe only sinking, drifting cross-  cutting and raising Is counted  Where the ore outcrops on the summit of a hill above the lake a shaft  has been sunk 160 feet and connects  wit-h. a tunnel driven direct on the  vein for 400 feet. 'A.crosscut to  tlto right in this tunnel proves that  the leHgc' is about fourteen i_cct in  width and the pay streak varies from  6 feet to al foot in the'pinches. A  vcrv considerable amount of water  was encountered in the tunnel owing  to an overhead slip which tapped  some springs. For the last 200 hundred feet of the, tunnel the bottom  from side to side, about five icet,  was in ore averaging 60 per cent ol  P . lead anil 14 oz. silver to t|ie ton.  ���f Owing tc the presence ol . i-nc  >. water sinking on this ore is lmpos-  Asible as the men would be drowned in  ** i.ny  winze that ntiuht be sunk unless  1 ^Fernie  Situation. ���.  ', u .* i  'Practically? all of the'" refugees  who11 have been in j\Ioyie since  the disaster have returned to Fernie. ,The refugee boarding house  was closed last night and the  000k and, the watchman '-were discharged. 'The relief cemmitee is  anxious to pay all outstanding  bills and get the affairs wound up  as quiely as possible. All accounts  miiac be in the hands of the secre-  txry, Thos. 15. Kelly, by 8 o'clock  tonight. The Qunnce couimitee  will meet tomorrow' morning afc  11 o'clbok. Then there^ will be  a citizeus"next Thursday evening  when the committees will make  their  reports arid be discharged.  Where IsH Campbell?  Glen Campbell and family, it is  said, have not been seenrsince the  Fernie disaster. Mr. and Mrs.  Campbell .wero former residents  of Moyie. Mr. Campbell located  the pre-emption upon which  the townsite of Moyie now  stands, and he still holds an interest in the property.  Telephone Meeting.  Tho directors of the local telephone company held a meeting  Thuri'day evening. Everything  was found in a very satisfactory  condition, and several additional  phones are to be installed. Those  wishing phones should make  application to the central ofiice.  Kamm Goes East.  E O. Kamm, accountant at the  St. Eugene, received word this  week that his father who lives in  Michigan was dangerously ill.  Mr. Kamm and his wife are now  on their way east. They. expect  to be away two or three weeks.  Liberals Ahead.  Liberals. 20; Conservatives, 17;  three ridings to hear from. Such  is the latest report received from  the Saskatchewan elections.  0/  ���v  Mrs. Cline returned to Cranbrook yesterday.  "Eilly" Bulger is .working in a  mill down An old Mexico.  Mi3s Beatrice Hawke is home  from her visit to, Oranbrbok, .  W. II. Wilson, the Cranbrook  jeweler, was iri town Monday.  Philip Conrad is over at Missoula, Mont.     '    -     ,    '  Bruce McClelUin left Tuesday  for' Nelson.(   ' '      .-       , (,  Miss Martha Keeney .has gone  to( Spokane. 1        u        '  Mrs. Herretfc has g6ue to the  coast on a visit. ,'   ' '     0'  Sandpofnt, Idaho, has had a  narrow escape from fire.  ' Joseph Cosavello is down at his  ranch ne'ar* Pincher Creek.  "  "   ' 4 1 f  ; Mrs. J. R. MacDonald and child-  len have gone (to California on  a  visit.    .'-���.. p     a- ��� ' -  Mi=s  StinsonAias   returned  to  Moj'ie af cer an absence* of several  months. " ���      "'    '' 'it   ~ - ���  -  - " i  Comfortably ��� furnish-  txf   let.'  tO,rer  F.   G.  Long's shoe shop.       .',      >' '  .,  Mrs". J. W."Fitch returned Sunday from'the east, where she'was  visiting. '   'A r  Mr. and Mrs. E. Patrequin and'  son,v George, were* Cianbrobk  visitors yesterday. A  Ilan-y Gamble, foremanlat the  Sb.  .Eugene,   wasTAn.   Cranbrook'  Tuesday.'-       ��� .-   ,r, 1  >   . ���   �� ���-       ���., ' -i  Ed Barr and wife were in Cranbrook Weduesday evening attend-1  ingameeting of the Itebekahs. ^  ' Miss .Christina'Blackburn, was  up from Cranbrook ' this- week  visiting with her' parents:  ��� There . will  be woi k oh in the  initiatory 'degree at the Odd. J?el  lows' lodge n'eit Tuesday, evening.  .Ilirbld Chapman is- home from  Nelson. '       '.,.-'., ',      '  K. D. Sfcinson is'reported to' be  making splendid 'progress in the  hospital, at.Cranbrook.^ v .  This will be Mr. Truemau's only  visit here this year. Those wishing photos should not fail to see  him.  1 1  J. Peck MacSwain* passed up  Moyie on his way west. Peck is  drifting towards Greenwoed by  easy stages. ���  Mr. Sowerbutts will have  chargo of the service at the Presbyterian church tomorrow evening.  F. B, Hawthorne, the genial representative, of the Hudson's B.iy  company aud the Kootenay Cigar  company, was hustling for business in town yesterday.  P.' F. Johnson and wife wore  down to see the^Fernie ruins yesterday, and returned on tho flyer  this morning.  II. T. Fulton, grand master of  tho Odd Fellows for British  Columbia, will visit tho Woyie  lodge on Tuesday evening, September Sth.  11. II. Trueman, the photographer of Vancouver, will bo in  town until Wednesday morning  Do not delay in getting your  work done.  Cnpt. and Mrs. R-iuburn have  left Vancouvor for Prince Uuperfc,  where the captain will have  charge of several steamers for  Foley, AVelch & Larson, who have  a big contract on the Grand Ttuuk  Pacific.  FOR SALE���An offer wanted  on 500 ..fully paid shares Moyie  Water Co. Ltd., stock, ^address,  "Broker," care Moyie Loader.  Next Sunday evening Rev. R.  E. CoIHs B. A. will take for his  subject " The Conversion'of Saul  of Tarsus."   Everybody welcome.  li Flour and" Feed��-  ���    *     We quote the following lew prices  from car unloading today and ECondav-  Bran delivered from car   .  Shorts        "     r   u\    ', '��� ��  Oat chop   "    " "  Wheat, chop       "       "   ;  Wheat for chick feed-   '  FeedOaCs      ,     '    '  ��1.35  3, 50  1.8n,  1 00  ��� 1.7-5-  J..OO  pnpe?3  '  'Send in your orders at once,  as   thuse  ' are only'for delivery,from car.  , l We have-also in this car four tons "OUR BEST"  '��� Raymond flour, and\,four fiJns "PRIDE' OF" AL-  r'1 BERTA,." to sell from store al ��3.25 per 08.1b. sack, ,  i ' < i' 1      '- ,        ;       *,  MacEachern*& Macdonald-  . -. i ,j ^i'.  Two Weddings.  METAL   MARKET.  Frank Guindon and Miss, Alicia  Gosselin, both of Moyic,, were  united in marriage by the Rev.  Father Choinei at 'Cranbroolc'last  ^Monday morning, August 10th.  Miss Flenora Therrien was bridesmaid ��nd Joseph Bennet was  groomsman, They ��� returned to  Moyie ,Tuesday and have' taken'  ub their home at the. Edwards  residence-on Half. Moon   avenue.  ' Herbert J! Lowes, of Moyie, and  Miss Esther Bergland of. Spokane,  were married in Cranbrook .Wednesday at fche Presbyterian pxr-i  sonageby the Upv. C. Oin Main!  Mrs.-A. Cameron^ was' bridesmaid and- Ed. Bergland, grooms ���  man. -Mr. and' Mrs. Lr>wes are  making their home  at theJ Leni-  han residence.  Both .couples  have   a  host    of  freiuds and'well wishers ia'Moyie.  New York���Bar,silver, 52-ct?. ,.  Lead ^$l.7o. ' Copper, 13 cts.'  , Lo.vbox���Lead, ��13, lis 3d    '  Diamonds  Returned/  ���������.'<  J. Flei3ltman is 'back from Portland, where he went0to look  after1  the diamonds "'which  were,! stolen  from him some time ago in   Gran- ���  brook    by    LillianAand   Arfihor'  Clufce.    The pair .were  in  jail   in  Portland, b^iag unable to procure-  the   necessary;   liail. -  Fleishman  made a ;compromi��er  withpthem, *  allowing. ; them y to , return   'the ,  stolen goods and going  fvee.   ,  In-the Boundary.:  :  .Football Concert.  The football concert next Monday evening promises to be. a  pippin. ' Never did .a more enthusiastic" bunch of boys have fche  getting up of an affair of this  kind, and they are deserving of a  crowded house. It will bo a  mixed program. There will be  song, daucing, recitations and  instrumental music." Tickets will  be 50 cents. Turn out and hoar  and see the besb talent in tho  town. Tliere will ba a dance  after the concert.  Raise a Strike Fund.  S. Moore, B. A., who   came with  Mrs. Moore early this week   frmn  Moyie to take charge of che school  at JJnundaryjjFctli's was in the city  on   Wednesday.    Mr.   Moore   is   i.  '  graduate   of    the    Umveraicy   of  Manitoba^   The school  afc   B ,uu-  dary Falls opens ou tho 24ih. inaC.  -rGreenwood Timed.  Baseballl (Jam 3Ls.  There will  be a ball  game  be-'  tween the  Mdyie  aird  Cranbrook  teams afc Aldriilge   park   Sunday  afternoon at 2:30  o'clock,  v  The game afc Crnnbrook l.isfc  Saturday resulted 21 to 11 in  favor of Moyie.  Premier McBrids.  In order to bo iirepnred for  future strikes fche convention of  the Western Federation of Minora  haa ordered the executive board  to levy a p��r capita assessment  sufficiently large to raise a $100,-  000 strike fund, to be used only  duriug strikes. A constitutional  ammendment to authorize acceptance of withdrawal cards of tho  Industrial Workers of the World  was defeated.  Premier M ..Bride will pass  through Moyie nexb Tuead.iy., on  his way to Fornie, wh'jre ho will  make an iuve-jfigation an 1 runriur-  whifc governmant a-j^iotauoo ho  considers will be neC haii-j.  October Elections.  Compressor Broken.  A part of the machinery iu the  St. Eugoue compressor broke  down yesterday, and as a consequence rao^t of the machine  men working in the raino will be  laid off for a day or two.  Was Social Dance.  There wa3 an enjoyable social  dance given in Morlcy hall AVed-  nesday evening. AVhile the turnout was not as Im-go as was expected thoso who did attend had  rt splendid time. Mn3ic was supplied by Prof. Wilson and Mr.  Walter AVatkuis. A notic&bH'  feature' was the good coudition of  tho hall. lb was both well  lighted and vcntil Aed, two f.uilts  wliich have been remedied since  Mr. Fitch assumed the management,  F. D. M.nk. M. I'., who is in Toronto, says It L. lj.irrlim will v'nir.  Toronto next iiioiith in company  with Premier JMjI5ii.lt-, of I!. ir.Nh.  j Columbia, Premier il������t/. -n, of N'e'v  Brunswick, nnd Prunjirr Koblin, of  JManitoba. Mr. Mo'ik lo ik-i for  the general elect ions in Octu^or.  Pettibone Dead.  George Pol tibone, who with  Moyer and .Haywood was arrest d  charged with the murder of ex-  Griveinor Steunb'u-K, died. a*v; St..  .Tnsf'ph's hnspi*nl in T>.��nvo'r Mon-  d'iy evening after undergo'iig an  ���peiatiou for cancer.  Basket Picnic.  A Ivvkot p'cnifi will ba held by  the ;>,It't'hndi_.b S-ibbiir.n sciiool  noxfc AAVdiu^dty nfuiriioou across  th�� lakn. The S-ihhntb school  will provide a bi��? basket for the  children. Everybody weloom.  with baskefcA C6me and have a-  gno-.l t'me. Boats will leaye at  1:30 p. m. ���"'.'.   '' ���'���'  Pr$3 Text Bool-s.  When s'-hool dnens iu Moyie on  Moti'd.vv,' AiKu*t- 21. ft' e. 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Author   of   "The   Itr'OTn   of   Sherlock  Holsnes** ���  Copyrif-'ht, 1833, Xiy Harper & Brothers  i!k& va  Ai^'A^-'f  'fatftfx J��Al  Ala. WS!'.  K V*. .Hi   t   i .  Wa~- #k  ,;avA*p'!>,-?, '  ��3:  h    I ^^'"4.5  Bit n^WJjHtfjjar.. * j��3_l-_�� ,���  .._Jte4,--.,-   . &i<'\fri>J$\'-  ''Q *-. ���,}t,J5qg,.i*A&\  ' ����� ,.y&%!����'��?l   '  1?>A>*bS^I'��J?^��    ,  ^^���)A>A  *r  -lit ,'���>�� .1. *  li�� v  !VA' ^^4'f  ' -     (Continued)  rn.M'TKR xrx.  SINGULA!!   colony   it   -was   ol  wlJi'c-li   tlio shipwrecked  party  found  tlieiiw-lvos  now to   be  memhors.   Tlie St. Clirlstopbe  ' hud left  Ror-liolle three -iveeks before  witli four small consorts conveying GOO  "    soldiers to help tlio straggling colony  on  the  St.   Lawrence. ' The squadron  had  become  separated, however,   and  the  governor   was  pursuing   his   way  alone  In  the  hope of picking tip  the  , '    others In the river. ''Aboard he had a  company of  tho  i-eginicnt pf Quercy,  tlie..-taff of his own household, St., Val-  ,    Iier,  the new UWiop  of Canada, 'with  '     several of his attendants,; three l'iocol-  let   fiia'rs.  five Jesuit- bound  for  the  fatal   Iroquois   mission,   half  a   dozen  Indies  on the  v.,.v  to join  their husbands, two, I'r.suliui*' nuns and  ten or  twelve srallants wboin love of adven-  o  ture aud  tlie  hopp of  bptterlns their  fortunes had drawn across the seas.  Tlieru   was ponce between   England  aud France at piewit,,though feeling  ���<  ran   high  between  Canada   and   New  York, tfie French believing, and with  some "justice,   thai   the   English   colo-  !'.   nisls 'were   whoo, Ing  on  the  demons  ' who'iltta'cked them.;_ Ephraim and his  .   men  were therefore" received hospitably outboard,' thought tlie ship was so  crowded thiit the^ had to sleep wher''  'ever they could hurt cover aud space  for   their  bodies..   The  Catinats,   too,',  had   been   treated   in   an   even   more  kindly, fashion, th   Wealcbld man'and  the  beauty' of  hi.,  daughter  arousing  the interest  of  the governor  himself -  De Catiuat had during the voyage ex-  , changed his uniform for, a plain som-  '    ber suit, so that, except for his jnill-  lary   bearing,   tin;re   ^yas   nothing   to  show that he'\vas a fugitive from tbe  army.   Old Catin.-it was now so weak  ' 'that  he   was   past the  answering   of  questions, his daughter was forever, at  , his'side, and,.the soldier Was diploma-'  - tist enough, after a training at Ver-  '   Bailies,, to  say 'much   without  saying  anything, and so their secret was still  preserved. , -  r      dn the  day   after   the  rescue   they  . bighted Cape Breton in tbe south, and  ,  .. soon, running swiftly  before an easterly wind, saw- the loom, of the ea��t  ��� 'end   of   Anticostl.    Theu   they   sailed  up the mighty river, though from mid-  '."channel the banks on either side were  ' hardly, to be soon.   As,��the shores nar-  ���    rowed, in  they saw the wild gorge.of  tho   Saguonay   river   upon   the   right,  with the snioke from'the little fishing  and  otrading,   station    of    Tadousac  streaming'''up' above   the   pine   trees.  Thence the,ship tacked on up the river  sjias_t_.Nl!irJ=-Baie.'' ..Ainos Green, leaning  ^AmAheAulwarks,' stared* w,\th longing;  eyes'at  the   vast expanses' of, virgin  J, \vu9JUu1d,,hardly traversed save.by.an  occasional" wRudering savage or hardy  1 ooureur  de  bois.    Then'the  tioid  outline of Cape Tourmente loomed up in  front of  them,   they  passed  the  rich,  placid  meadows of Laval's  siegneury  of   Beaupre,   and,  skirting  the  settlements'of the island of Orleans,  they  ,   pa w  the   broad  poM stretched  out in  fionf  of  tliem���the  falls  of  .Montmo-  renci. the high palisades of X^oint Levi,  the  cluster of   vessels,  and   upon  tbe  right that wonderful rock, with its diadem of towers, and its1 township huddled   round   its   b��se,   the  center  and  ��� stronghold of French power in America.  The old merchant had pined a-way  Bince hi had 'len French soil, like a  plant which has been plucked from its  roots. The shock of the shipwreck and  the niglit spent in their bleak refuge  upon the iceberg had been too much for  his years and strength.  Sines they had been picked up he had  lain amid the scurvy stricken soldiers,  v with hardly a sign'of life save for his  - thin breathing and, the twitching of  his scraggy throat. Nov.-, however, he  open-'d his ey-s and raised himself  slowly and paiitfully upon his elbow.  "What is it, f'athe;-? What can we do  for you?" crlfil Artele. "We are in  America, and hire is Amory and here  ��� am I. yourV-hililren."  Dul the old turn shook his head. "Tho  Lord has brought nic to tlio ''promised  . land, b'lt he t-na not willed that 1  should outer Inta il," said ho. "But at  least 1 should viAl), like Mo^es, to gaze  upon it if I cno'iotsc-t foot upon it."  A mlmiie lat��?r tlio old merchant was  on deck, and the iwj young men had  heated him upon 1. Coil'of rope with his  back ai;:ii!)f,t (ho mast, whero be should  bi- away li-jin Un- ctuMi. The soldiers  wore already crowding down into the  boats, anil all wcic sa busy over their  own affairs that lliey p-iid no hoed to  the little gionp ul' refugees who hail  gaiheied .i-'irii'i tin* stricken man. He  turned h'��� l'e.i-1 pinifullv from side to  side, ai 1 ' ����� leK |(.i| slowly over lrir  <��yes, which had been looking nway out  past Point I.evi nt the roiling woods  and the faroff mountains. A dele gave  a qu.ik cry of dc^jKiir and threw her  ai-iiis round the old man's neck.  "lie is dying, Amory;. he is dying!"  she cried. -.,���'���'  A stern Franciscan friar who had  been telling his beads' within a few  paces of them heard the Cry.  .  "He is indeed dying,!' be sSaid as he  gazed down at this ashen face. "Has  toe-old man-bad tlie sacraments of the  (liurchV" '.��� .  , '     ' ' j.'  But the old IJugiieuot had opened  his Ayes,' and with a. last flicker of  Btrengtli he: pushed away -the gray  hooded figure which bunt over 'him.  '���I left all that, I love rather, than  yield to you," he cried, "and think you  that you can oyeri-brue '111 q now?"  Tlie Franciscan started back at the  words, and'his hard, suspicious''eyes  shot from De Catiuat to the weeping  girl.  "So!" said he. "Vou aro Huguenots,  then!".  "Hush!     Do   not  wrangle   before   a  man who Is dying!" cried Do Catiuat  In a voice as fierce as his own.       ;     :  "Before  11   maa who. is dead,"  said  Amos Green solemnly. I  As he spoke the old man's face had  relaxed,   Ins   tlimis.-uul   wrinkles   had j  been smoothed suddenly out as though {  nu   Invisible   hand   had   passed   over  tlimsi. .and Ms iiead fell back airujust  tlio mast. Aneie remainen motionless,  with her anil* still clasped round his  neck and her cheek pressed against his  shoulder.   She bad fainted.  De Catiuat.raised his wife and bore  her down to the cabin of one of the'ladies who had already fehown them  some kindness. A brief order was given that the old merchant should- be  buried in the riyer that night, and  then, save for a sailmakpr who fastened the canvas round him, mankind  liad done Its last for Theophile Catinat.  With the survivors, however,' it was  different, and when the troops were all  disembarked they wen: mustered in n  little group upon the deck, and an officer of the governor's- suit decided upou  what should be done with them. lie  was a portly, good humored, ruddy  chocked man, but De Catinat saw with  apprehension that the Franciscan friar  walked by his side as he advanced  along the deck and exchanged a few  whispered remarks with him.  ."It shall be seen'to, good father; it  shall be seen to," said the officer im-  . patiently." "I am a zealous servant of  the holy church."-        , ���>  "1 trust that you arc, M. de Bonneville.- With so devout'a governor as  M. de DenonvMlo ,it might be an ill  thing even iu this world for the officers of his housohold^to'be lax."  The soldier glanced angrily at his  companion,   >    ' , ,  "I   would   have you   remember,   father;*' said lie. "that if faith Is a virtue  Char'ltv fs no less so.;'    Then, speaking  In English, ';Wb,l'ch is Captain Savage?"  "Ephraliu Savage of Boston!"  "And Maslor Amos GreenV  , "Amos Green of New York."  "And Ma*(errTamliuscmV"    .  '   "John Touiliiison of'Kulera."  "And Master Mariners riiram .IctTer-  son, Joceph Cooper. Seek-Grace Spauld-  iii'g and Paul dusking, all,of Massachusetts Bay?".  .  "We aro'h'ere." .      �� ', , '  "It is the governor's order.9 that all  whom 1 have named shall be conveyed  at once to the trading brig Hope.' which  Is yonder ship with the white paint  line. She sails within'the hour for the  English' provinces." ;   ,    * ,'  ��� ,  A buzz of joy.broke,from.the castaway mariners at tlie prospact of being-  so  speedily   restored   to   their  homes,  and they, hurried  away to gather, together the few possessions which they  had saved from the wreck.    The ofli- ,  cer   put   his , list, in   his   pocket   and "  stepped  across  to  where  De  Catinat  leaned moodily against, the bulwarks.,  "What is to' be done with us?"' asked  De Catinat. c  "You are to be confined, to the ship  until she sails, which will be in a week'  at the furthest."     ' 1(  "And  then?;'  "You are to--be carried home In her  and handed oyer to the governor :of  Rochelle, 'to be sent back to "Paris.  Those are M. de Dcnonville's orders."  De Bonneville left De Catinat with  n". few blunt words, of sympathy, but  the friar_still paced the deck,'with a  furtive glance" at him from time to  time,,, aud two soldiers who were stationed upon the' poop passed and repassed within a- few yards of him.  They- bad orders 'evidently to watch  his ,nioyements. As he stood gazing  his attention was drawn away by'"the  swish "of oars, and a large boat ���full of  men passed, immediately underneath  w.here he'stood. , s ,  'It  held' the   New   Englanders,   who  were being convejed to the ship which  was to take them home.    There were  tlie four seamen- huddled together, and  there    in    the   sheets    were    Captain  Ephraim Savage and Amos Green conversing   together  and   pointing  to   the  shipping.    The grizzled face of the old,  Puritan and the  bold   features of the  woodsman were turned more than once'  In his direction, but no word of farewell and no klndry wave of the hand  came   hack   to   the   lonely x exile.     He  stooped liis face to his arms and.burst  In an instaut into 'a  pass(on of ^qbs.  Before he raised his eyes again the brig  had hoisted her anchor and was tack-  iDg under full canvas out of the Quebec basin.  Do Catin.it's bunk was next  to a porthole, and it was his custom to  keep this open, as the caboose in which  the cooking was done tor the crew was  close to him and the air was hot and  heavy.   That night he found it impossible to sleep, and he lay tossing under  his blanket, thinking over every possible means by which thoy might bo able  to get away from this cursed ship.  But  even if they got ((.way where could they  goto then?   All Canada was sealed to  -them.    The woods to the south  were  full of ferocious Indians.   Tho'English  settlements would, it was true, grant  'Chore teas.Ht.nu.ilIny the (jrim. figure of a  VniiirAfC'in; frl.ar.  them Creedotn to use their own religion,  but what could his wife nnd he do  without a friend, strangers,among folk  tvho spoke another tongue? Had Amos  Green remained true to them, then indeed all would have been well. But he  bad deserted them.  But what was that? Above the gentle lapping of the river he bad suddenly  heard a sharp, clear "Hist!" Perhaps  It was some passing boatman or Indian. Then it! came again���that eager,  urgent summons. He sat up and stared  about him. It .certainly .must have  come from the open porthole. Some-'  thing'fell upon his" chest with a little  tap and, rolling off, rattled along the  boards. lie sprang up, caught a lantern from a hook and flashed It upon  tho floor.   There wai die missile which  mm struck mm���a Tittle golfleiT Drooeh.  As he lifted it up and looked closer at  it a thrill passed through him. It had  been his own, and he had given it tc  Amos Green- upou the secoDd day that  'je had uiet him.  This was a signal, theu. and Amos  Green had uot'deserted them, after all.  He dressed himself, all In a tremble  with excitement, aud went upon deck.  It was pitch dark, a,jid he could see no  one, but the sound of regular footfalls  somewhere in the fore part of the ship  showed that the Wutinels were still  there.  The guardsman walked  over to the  side and peered down   into  the darkness.   He could see the loom of a boat.  "Who is there?" he whispered.'  ,"Is that you, Dj Catinat?"  , "Yes."      - "  "We have come for you."  "God bless 'you, Amos!"  ,"Is your wife there?"  "Xo, but I can rouse ber." 0  "Good! But fii-.st catch this cord.  Now puIKnp the ladder."  De Catinat  gripped   the   line  which  was thrown to him and on drawing'it  up found that it was'attached to a rope  Madder,furnished  nt the top with twr  stool   hooks   to   catch   ou   to   the   bulwarks. He placed,them In position nnd  then made his way very softly to the  cabin amidships in the ladies' quarter,  which had been allotted to Ills wife.  In  ten  minutes  Allele had  dressed   and,  with her valuables in a  little' bundle,  had slipped'put from ber cabin.". Together they made thoir way upon deck  once  more  a nd,. crept '-aft   under  tho  .shadow of the bulwarks. ' They  wens  almost there when De Qatinat stopped  suddenly   and 'ground  'out   au   oath'  through Ills 'clinched  teeth.  * Between  them aud'the  rope  ladder there, was  standing in a dim patch of murky light  the grim figure of a Franciscan friar.  But De Catinat was uot a , man-with  whom It was safe to trifle.   'Hlsllfe  had   been ( one -of  quick   resolve u and  prompt  action,  " Was , this   vindictive  friar at the last, moment- to stand between  him  and   freedom?    ,lt, was  a  dangerous position to take.  The guardsman pulled Adele into' the shadow of  th'e'mast, and then, as, the, monk advanced, he sprang out upon 'him and  seized him by the gown.   As, he did so  tlie other's,cowl was pushed back, and  instead'of, the  harsh  features of the  ecclesiastic  - Dtfo  Catinat ' saw, --with  amazement tlie shrewd gray eyes and  strongAstern' face of Ephraim Savage.  At,the same instant another figure appeared  over the side, "and the  warm  hearted'Frenchman threw himselfJnto'  the arms of Amos Green! -  "It's alii right," said'tb'e young .hunter, disengaging__hiraself with some embarrassment from tlie other's embrace.  ''We've got'him hit the boat, with a  buckskin' glove jammed Into his gullet." n> , ,  -:"Who, fhen?"   .'          '              .     "  "The    man    whose    cloak _ Captain  Ephraim   there   has   put, round   him.  He came on us when, you were 'away  rousing your lady.   Is .the lady there?',  "Here she is." .        --       . ,  "As quick as you can, then', for some  le may enm^" ..      , ' L- ' '   -,  (To' be ���Continued.) ,;   ���.  .. -r 0' ___p       1. < '    -  SHOES MADE. OF -SEAWEED.' ���  The Tactful Doctor.  A physician in a .mall town m  Northern Michigan got himself ^  a seiious predicament by hi�� maUim>  to remember name* -md P��J?.P1re:.a��"c  dav, while making out a patwnt s 1 e  ceipt. hie visitor's name ��=aPe,d,B&  Not wishing to appeal so 0I^"!|  and thinking to get a clue, lie askea  her whether she --veiled her name  with an e or an i. 'I be lady smilingly  replied, "Whv. doeioi, my "'"e ,a  Hill."���Success  Magazine.  ' The change ol dietaiy that comes  with spring and' summer has the infect in weak stomachs of .setting up  inflammation, 1 culling m dysentery  and cholera .moihus. The abnormal  condition , will-continue if not attended to and will cause an exhaustive  drain on. the system. The best available medicine is Dr. J- D. Kellogg s  Dysentery Cordial. It clears the stomach, and bowels of irritants, counteracts the inflammation and restores  the organs to healthy action.  A woman,on tlie train entering  Grand Rapids' asked the conductor  how long the, 'cars stopped at the union Station.   '' .    '  He replied: "Madam, we stop just  four minutes, from two to t wo to .two  trtA"     r '  The woman .turned to her companion and seaid:��� ' ,   . ,  "I ivonder if' he thinks he s the  whistle on the engine!','��� Outdoor  Life. '       ���      _.  one  London ,'Chemist's -Clever    Invention  Used   For   Many   Purposes.  , The soles of policemen's boots made  of goats' hair, seaweed, dust and  gum ! '   :  r This is not a recipe from "Alice in  Wonderland," but the composition of  a substitute for leather, invented by  John Campbell! a chemist, long employed in the rubber trade, who le-  sides at Wood lane. Shepherd's Bush,  London, England  Fourteen years ago Mr. Campbell  began , experiments with old _ rubber,  but these he discarded some time ago,  and now he has pprfected and patented a substance which, in a fluid, pli-c  able or hard state can be used for a  very large variety,of purposes.  From seaweed, carpet dust, goats'  hair, Irish moss, gums and a chemical  process which is his secret, Mr.  Campbell has already made the following astonishing list of commodities: Policemen's boot3 (outer soles  and heels), picture frames, ornamental  mouldings (for railway carriages), partitions (to resemble wood), belting (for  machinery), upholstery, bobbins (for  cotton spinning), electric switchboards, flooring, golf balls, fountain  pens, "marble," in all colors; chessboards, bookbindings and "ivory"  combs.  A reporter recently visited the lab-'  oratory, which will shortly give place  to a factory, and examined many of  the samples. Mr. Campbell makes no  startling claims for his invention, and  admits that his composite is uot equal  to materials of the highest quality,  but he says that in the case of leather, for instance, it provides an excellent substitute in the manufacture of  goods which could not bear the price  of the best hides.  "The product lias been tested by policemen and postmen, and the soles  and heels are in good condition after  nine   months'   wear,'!   he   said.  "Two thousand feet of it are now in  use as bolting in machine shops, and  the substance has been proved to be  impervious to oils, acids or atmospheric conditions.  "It is absolutely non-inflammable.  As it is made of waste products, the  price is low, and, being very light m  weight, it is specially suitable for railway purposes.  "I hope it will be adopted for electrical apparatus. In its hard state it is  a'."~__ood substitute for -vulcanite," and  is less than a quarter the price.  ',. "I obtain my 'seaweed'-from Devonshire, and the most expensive variety  for the manufacture of marbles from  Japan. ' Imitation marbles and woods,  which can be turned 'out in any color  or design, are made of seaweed, mbss;  carpet dust, gums and chemicals, hy-  ��� draulically pressed.  "A beautiful marble floor can be. obtained by pouring the composite in a  fluid state T5ver a floor and allowing  it to set'. The seaweed, which can be  colored or made to form any design,  not only gives the effect of the veining  shown in real marble, but the color  and veins go right though the material.      .    . .  "Any kind of waod can be imitated^  and in its pliable state the substance  can be used in the same manner as  linoleum."  All Druggists, Grocers and general  stares.sell*Wilson's Fly Pads.  Merchant���I'll give you a position  ns clork to start with and pay you  what you are worth. Is.that satisfactory?     '' '���  ' Applicant���Oh. perfectly:, but���or���  do you think that the"firm can'afford  it?���Illustrated'! B'its.    ' -   ,.  -     \  ..', ���  '       ; S   Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper,  When a- boy., begins to wash ��his  do -so, you may depend upon- it that  he, is in ,love for tlie first time.  BABY'S GREAT DANGERS  , J  ;     'DURING HOT WEATHER  ,    ��    '.'   .   ���:    '   '  -More little lives are lost during the  .hot, weather fhan'.at any other time  of the year. ���, diarrlioea, dysentery,  cholera'infantum and stomach'troubles come without ' warning, - and.  when,-a medicine 'is)not"at hand'fto  give 'promptly, the short, delay too  frequently means that the child Has  passed, beyond aid.' 'During the "hot  weather months Baby's-Own Tablets  should1 be kept- in every home" where  there are small, children.,- An,occasional dose of the Tablets will prevent stomach and bowel, troubles.' Or  if the trouble comes unawares- the  prompt use of.this, medicine will  bring the child 'through safely. Mrs.  J. Kenard, New Glasgow,' Que., says':  ���"One of. my children had ,a .severe  attack of diarrhoea which Baby's Own  Tablets promptly cured. I know' of  no medicine.so good for stomach,.and  bowbl. troubles." ' Sold by , medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams'.Medicine Co..  Brockville   Ont.       ���_       '       >  other In tho counting, but there'is"al-.'  'ways a slight- dlfTereuqe in the totals,  due, of course,  to  the  personal equation as represented by.the operator.    _  A'jMercly ,to- couri't, the''stars  on  an,  average plate apart.from noting thoir.  photographic   magnitude occupies   the  .'time of two.raen for more'than a fort-  l-.'ght if.they work1-seven hours a'day.  fu;taking,the plalcs Mr.. Franklin-Ad-1  urns'used a triple achromatic ten Inch'  ions-.working at  F4.   In < the, northern  oeinlsphere the minimum exposure was  mo' hours twenty minutes and In the  .southern,   with   its  clear  atmosphere,!  iiwo hours.?���London Mail.  ���  t ,      Huronic Claims Victory.  On. the" arrival of the steamer Hu-;  ronic at Samia after her,race with th��  ^C.P.K. steamshir.. Assiriibqia.j a '.ver-'  sion somewhat different from the telegraphed reports from the Soo; of tl>��  race, was given. y       ,   -  . According to passengers,'the Assini-  boia   passed   Port'   Arthur' lighthouse,  five minutes ahead of the Huronic.   In  a run' of 40 miles to Passage  Islnnd  made in 2 hours and 20 minutes, the  'Huronic overtook and passed the AeF  sinilioia,   and     held    the*   lead   4 1-3  hours,   when,   owing   to   the  develop-'  mest of a heavy pock;-t of slaek coal  in  Lhe  bunker*, 'steam dropped  from  175   lbs.,   legal   pressure,   which   she  had   been  carrying,', to  140  lbs.    The  Assiniboia  then  slowly forged  ahead,  maintaining  a  slight 'lead   to  White-  fish   Point,   when   the  Huronic began  to fall into her old stride and closed'  upon the Assiniboia until at the Canadian buoy,  wliich marks the sepirate  entrances to the Canadian and U. S.  canals,_ithe   actual  difference   in   the  time between the. vessels was exactly  2 minutes, making the Huronic a winner by 3 minutes.  Cough Remedy.  This, cough remedy nas rarely been  known to fail in giving relief: itoast a  lemon very carefully without burning  It When It is thoroughly hot cut It  ���pen at one end and squeeze Into a  -.up containing three ounces of finely  powdered sugar. Take a spoonful  whenever the cough'troubles. It Is excellent and most agreeable to tho tastu.  Nuns Leave Old Home.  For two hundred and fifty years  the headquarters of the Congregation  of Notre Dame, the most ancient  teaching community in tlie Itoman  Catholic Church, has been located on  a1 little narrow thoroughfare called St.  J��.an Baptiste sl-eet, off Notre Dame.  at>d the entire community consisting  of 150 novices and 200 nuns have'removed to their new home on West  Sherbrooke street. Beneath the little  church of the community lay the remains >f Margaret Bourgeois, the  foundress of the community, who died  lu 1700, and'surrounding her in their  long and silent sleep are over tv  hundred nuns, wliich will nil soon  be removed to the mountain slope.  Amongst tho reverend ladie3 who  have changed their abode were, over  fifty wlm have already celebrated  their golden anniversary in religious  life. The gathering of the black-clad  ladies of the congregation iy�� their  old chapol and the chanting of the  hymns appropriate to the departure  consticuted u sight not soon to be forgotten.  n*  Knew  His  Business.  Charley   Loveday���L"m���ah���er!  he!  Jeweler Ho Ills assistant)���Hring that  tray of engagement riugs here, Henry.  ���Spare Moments,  Favoritism.  Why  may   frail   blossoms,   to  dellgh'   th��  ���eye,  .Borrow rich colors from the nun on his*.  While all accorded- to superior mar,.  Ia sunburn, freckles or unsightly tan?  ���  "'    ��� ,     a���A:*anla Constitution.  COUNTING   THE  STARS.  Use   Made   of   the   Microscope   and   of  '    Photographic Plates.  but   fascinating   task  The   gigautK-'  F. It. A. S..  .vhirh J. Fniuklin-Aduuis.  as undertaken of counting the myriad  ,.a~rs in the I.eavei.s and asslguing o  each its proper magnitude is one �� Utli  demands the quality of almost.intinlto  !'M^Fniuklin-Adams has already secured photographic plates covering the  NV.,ule of the southern hemisphere and.  these wilU tlie series dealing With th��  northern hemisphere, will minibet; more  lhau 200 Each Plate, which U: fifteen  inches' square, records rroin 20,000 to  ���\T0 000 starry images, and on a rough  calculation the total number of stars  nhotographed will prove to be about  23,000.000. ' . ..  The task of counting the stars on the  plates'has already been commenced,  md that work,'together with tbe cataloguing, will take, another ten years.'  Ihe method of counting the stars on  the plates, was' explained by ,tt. J.  Mitchell. Mr. Franklin-Adams' chief  assistant.' '  "First taking one of the plates;' said  Mr. Mitchell, "wc move it across a  graduated grating contained .In the  Held or a high powered microscope. A  Horizontal strip In the grating is then  Indian Dftt'-ctive Trick.  A   very   old   Indian   detective,  trick  played   its   pari   in   Hie  arrest  of  the  Bengali  youth   K'utrdiram   Do.se,  who  threw   the   bomb  whic'i   killed   Mrs  and Mit-s Kennedy ut Muzufferpore. .   I  He was seated in the railway sta- "f"  tion at Wwiin, some 20 miles from  the scene *>i the ciime, and was seat  trig a meal-,of rice, when U\o .constables anpronched Ijim. One of the  constables noticd that the youth's?  saliva had ceased to flow, apparently  through fright at the sudden appearance of the policemen; n��d that, in,  spito of bis' norehalant air. he was  unable to continue hi* meal. The,,  constable tovrd with his man for a  while and then, hnvme his suspicions  confirmed, seized him before he could  fire the revolver with which he wap  trving to shoot, himself.. This svstem  of" detection, it is stated, is tradition-  b1  among  the  Indian  pohce.' ��. '  A suspected person will be plnced  iv'*h others and a native inspector  will mutter some gibberish over an  ���di} four-cornered rupee. Having thtip  worked upon the fears'of Ins auditor?  he will give each of them a handful  of rice and instruct them to eat it  rs fast as they can. The emlty one.  It is averred, wiil"be" unnble to, eat  and the strike of the salivary glandf  Is regarded as,, furnishing a prima  facie cftsfl   for  arrest.    .  As ia Family  Miff*-'  For   biliousna>JLJ  K.i'  <"-��� ESTABLISHED  186 T '  il,  and much^eVio^19 >��QO,O0Q  if eve.y family did m ?n flftft  this  letter  suggests. ,UW  Sho'has found out froi  ..ith   I'nany   medicine.,  tli-t   u  nothing so good as Dr  A  \V *���  with   i'nany   medicine.,  tli-i  nothing so good as Dr. .  Kidiney   and Liver, PdK ������ . ,    .  medicine- for  bilioiisucos and-.    ^  pation. ��� ,       lua <-'��A  ' 8uo;H ,'difleases r.j blight's ,v ���  diabetes und appeinhr-at, ,L,!^  .variably 'arise from ���f.C* i  the liver, kidneys and bowel-1, ,p'  ��� This emphases the" ��tin"^  keeping Dr. A. W.-CbJvT.'li  and Liver Pill., couslnmr. ^M  ./"For  a long time T IktM'  liver  complaint "and  bil  loudness  could  find nothing l0 J.e    "' K  I have recommended these   P.lif . ���  .Ml* fc'  "Did  Insect   Hypnotism.   '  vou   ever "know,"    said  the.  twice or,missed altogether,  '  "Then there is the difficulty presented bv mechanical specks on the plates,  examined, and the stars in this small   Apn'0"t.htf M' tfe  played  with  a  cur-  nrea   are   then   counted ,from   left  to   \0U)lt   glitterinj.   hypnotizing" machine  right.   Of course it ,1s Impossible to in- '    sure absolute accuracy; for there Is the  posfilbilliv that a star may bo counted  many  of  my  friends nnd thit I "'I  ^1   been   well   Bati.flcd  ith fA  suits.    -You -ann   use this U'    M  the^benefitAf women *},��� ar*1,�� *  SLS. ^A1'1" J*��?  One pjll a dona' 23 cents a boj A  all   dealers   or- Edmannoi.,   .>���.��� T  ofcrystal And silver���"did you ever  fcuow that hypnotism, is practiced  among iiisccbj?"   '  ���y     �� , I '       ,  ��� Well,   it  is a   fact.    A  queen   bee  ean 'hypnotize''her whole hive.when-,    _?,.,. i,,.,..ii   ih.   SVin rnakiMva cur-. >  Co ,' Toronto  Dr.'A.W. Chase's  Kidney and j  Liver  ol  hypnotism,     Entering  a1 hive,   it  makes,a sound  not .unlike the quwi.  bee's note. and. ,'Uio bees Immediately  linking into -dumber.',tlie moth  pro-;  te<id3 toi��l:tivJflr"fii it-A.lWlV'eA,  ��� Corns" are-caused' by the pressure  of tight boots,, but .no pne need^be  troubled nviih ahem long r when- so  oim'ple a .remedy as Holloway's'Corn  Cure is available.   ',' ��� tfl        A , ',  r The small boy w.ho was raised ,-11  the- country and woro'iV fioiir-sacK  shirt 'with,-the brand '"0XXX".in the  baok, makes the pilk-shirted \ city  fellow go some ' when 'they -meet in  ..the highway of life.   :"    . '     ' ", ��� ,  ���  An, Ingenious Swindle. ,, '  A Urge uumber of chemists In Paris  mve Just been tbe victims of an In-"  senious swindle.' About 200 of them  me other day received'a Visit.from'an  individual who'haDded in a prescrlp-  lion to be made, up.   Among the'ingre^'  ..dlents was one which was quite .unknown to tbemAand'a note was addedi  ���<, tbe effect.that It was,to be obtained  ��.nly at a certain wholesale depot. The  chemists .almost to -a' man -sent off ,to  tbe~ depotpfor" the special,'.Ingredient  and paid 12 rraiics for'aAqttle ot stuff.",  The prescriptions^ were duly made,up.  but ,were  never 'elnlme'd,  and It. now  'transpires  that a. couple'of menphadp1  'temporarily hired the depot1 and sold  bottles,of colored.1 .wn.te'r to the imsus-  "pectingAcbemists of,'l2/hriincs apiece.  The,-Paris police' are, anxiously' Inquiring.for them as well as for their confederates who visited" the, chemists'  shops.     ' "' �����     .' \ '      .  _______ _ I        ,  .' i       .    Barrels of Money. ,  As-the dot of ,bis.bride. Grand Duchess Maria Paulowna'bf Russia. 3.000.-'  000 rubles have been deposited'to the  credit of. Prince Wilhelm of Sweden.  The, money, was shipped from St Petersburg in thirty-five barrels, each  containing 100.000 rubles In gold. The  'Swedish royal mint will,recast the gold  into Swedish values free of charge,  and the young couple will then be enabled to establish their royal menage  on a fitting scale. While this sum Is a  free gift of the bride to her husband..  Uie grand duchess retains 'the Income  from her landed estates In Russia for  her own pin money, and In addition to  this the czar is having built at his own  expense a castle for the royal "honey-  ruooners" near tbe capital.���Argonaut  .-���An-.OiLof, Merit,���I)r 'I i^oaia,'j.,I  rlectric~'Oil_ iS'-not,a jiimbld of anjh|  cinal s��b8tanc<i8 throvu together WI  pushed' by nilv.srtislhg; bnwlwrajl  ���of Hhe- careful ��� inveotipatin.] pf jj.1  curative >qualities of mlain" -JA? jj-l  jipplie'd lo���i'the' huihi.u." fjul;, 'It^l  afjrare ^combination aud it 'twn^l  kept'public*.favor' fi mil the fist 11  trial ,of ;it' will ��� carry ronviction'vl  'any 'who doubt it3 'pi\vez-�� fo'r^joj  uud- heali  r   ;'.       '  ���'  '-V*ANCIENT  BABYLON.  Wonderful Surgery, r  Among recent wonderful surgical operations "is one of the most daring and  unusual nature. An idiot six years old,  the daughter of a resident of Berlin,  has been converted into an Intelligent,  being by the process of grafting part  of the mother's thyroid gland upon "tlie  child's pancr��as. In moro popular language, this means that part of the  mother's throat has been transferred  by the grafting process to a gland, or  The source of all intestinal troubles  is tho common house'fly;-, his ������buz? ia  the fir-st symptom 'of typhoid.1-1 .Wu.  pon's FlC- Pad is the only Uiinj. ���tnat  kills   them^allA.,/'   '.        '    .   ,  " ,.  A     -~ ; " -'    iw. -;  f  ' Uobbv���Wot good' 'ud dat d6, me?  I wus born ,on t de-_,Fourth^',1 July.���  Judge."-    ��� '.'  J ,. '������"*'     .' -     -  ���-���it���;���r i > f,.^.  MinarJ's   Liniment  Cures .Colds,   etc.  tre matterhorn:.  ,.-,. ii:���  Soon.a Railway Will Mount'to the/Top  ' ���   a. -    "of thoiGreat Peak.'. A'  ^  .'X,  p..--' - ,1 -��!>*���      ---  ��� In about four^enrsVtimciwtjen you^  ' wish tO'' climb1 the_ Matterho'rtf;"Instesi'o  of engagihg'ai guide iuidiwaitlng 'days:  for fair weather and then risking'your  neck'In a breathless, glorious scramble-over the, glaciers ond, cliffs, ''you  will simply press a button and -shout,"  "Going up!" ' The railway to the1 top  of the mountain, which-Is to be' com-'  pleted at a cost of $ 1,2r>0,'00p, will be  the most .interesting 'of the world'*  great elevators and will carry the  "rocking chair climber" to those grand  viewpoints which defied .all mountaineers   until   the   memorable   ascent ' fu        ���   -- ���-���--, ,  18G5 by  Mr. Wliymper.  Lord  Douglas - compared   with   the   ioO   reel ��  and   their   companions, .which   ended   *totua   ,ot   Liberty  .which   doram  It Was'Only a Village Compared W|[  -'.r--..���>     '.Modern London.        yyi  ' Another historical ,Ik* lias .bceauk!  to tbe cointer"rby\the Gcraian Oricsil  ���ociety, ,"."hlch irh'as  Iw'n cnp|tdi��l  centtypin uncbverlns tbe rulasotiil  clent BabylonI "f  'vJri;its/report,'Just published It ttitni  "that'-'practically "the -whole arail  "tbe*.city; hiu^now ten I,Id bar*is!j  .-tbeAp��ndavtionsfoV the lacloslns in  'traced, tbrouglic-ut Its entire lerjtli !  ��� The space,'ocptipled; by the cltj m  barely- 'one 'Hgrniro'inlle' ��s comfMl  with,Londonls"seventy, and the bdl|  'lb'gs-^were^plnlur 'umpryienllous fJ*I  <.turcs'of. suo-dricd bricks.' Tbi (imi  \whli vwasr''abQU A thirty .ff��t- Wgt U  ,.four~mflesT,lbngAind   wa? pierced,��  ���four gates,' "^Ap. ���       ^   ,  -    , *J  *. 'HcrodOtuaLriia"'de tlits same vrill {��  "miles'  long and  a   Hundred f��t biS  .with  1O0' gates'     But  then tUcs��.*���  ' historians' we're prone to cxaugcriii��|  They  gave the, world to undering  'for   Instance, Uliut   the   CoI��a��fl  Ehcules. bestrode the  barlwr wlilt|  feet boAvkle"apart, that nn bourtksl  'rowing was uecewsury In ord^riopi  from one to the other,   As a m��Ke|  fact, the statue was not a t-iridlnssj  nd   Its  height, was   120  feet onlff  tragically. .The road will pierce its  waj' upward through tunnels in the  living rock to a point within "-lity  feet of tho summit, at^an nltitu'e, o��  14,780 feet, where a number of rObma  wtl! be cut. /The announcement is  made1 that the terminus will' l^e prtf-  vldcd with various 'novel contrivances,  not the least of which will be a special  chamber filled with compressed oxygen  for tourists suffering from ^mountain  sickness, 'tt'ls needless to .say that^tbe  true mountain, climbers, whose pride  and joy it Is1 to conquer tlio mighty  Alpine' snow peaks, look upon thui  prospective Intrusion of the railroad  and hoivles of "trippers" with 111 disguised grief. It was bad enough, say  they, to have Jungfrau desecrated, but  the Matterhorn, that superb peak, pronounced by Ituskln to be the perfect  mountain, should have been left alone.  On tho other ht.nd, thousands of people for whom tho climb would be a  physical  impossibility aro fully enpa-  tlssue. lying directly at the back of the  stomach.    The operation   was   carried j hie of appreciating the glories5 of th��  out by Dr. Carl Garrc. a German surgeon, Vhose success in the transplant- j  Ing of organs from one animal to an- 1  o)her  and  even   from   the  lower animals  to  human   beings   has  attracted  wide1 attention.  How Far Wo Are Behind.  Over 1,000 years ago Switzerland pos-  ressed a forest system nnd had developed a scientific forestry by tho  fifteenth century, says tbe American  Magazine. As early as Louis XIV.  Flrance awoke to the fact that her forests and hor life were draining away  together. But It was too late. .Today  Khe Is spending $34 an ncre to reforest  her watersheds. The same exp'erienct  Is costing Italy $20 an acre.  outlook and the uplift that comes from  ���Inndlng on so renowned a summit.  No one has nn exelusNc property 1��  ���uch a peak as the Matterhorn.  ton Transcript  New "York harbor. >"���  And us It is with -this, so Itb1  most of the other wonders of ttej  dent world.    I'ompey's pillar, ttti  ample,- would J be   dwarfed   If F^j  alongside the NeNon column.   TkJ  bert- memorial,  erected'In  llydsr  by 'Queen- Victoria- lu'-memorj i'i  prince    consort    Is   larger ��� and if  splendid than the temple tomb 1*F|  Queen Artemisia  at .ITallcarija^i  honor  of  ber  bushand..���Mauso.'a|  ���core of Nlnevehs' could be cook  within   the   area   of   modern L��!  -while the palace'of Cyrus," nhHl  were   grovely   assured   wns  mo  with gold,  was quite an ordiuarjj  fice by comparlsoti__wlth. say. tkt*  war olliec hi Parliament street-  son's Weekly.'      4,  The Usual Travel Talk.  "Bllgfjhiti is going abroad."    .  "Is he?"'said the man of lnn?SJ  terest.     -   ..   ,    ��   ;  "Ho should have sometliln; h]  when he returns."  "Perhaps. But tbe chances ��jj  will do what every boil v el.-c '*j  merely praise the scenery ��ad ��.f  tbe hotels."���Pittsburg 'lV>t  W     N.    U  Orchid-Hunting Perils.  The  dangers  of orchid-hunting are  strikingly illustrated by,the story.told  of  the   beautiful   ��1,000. plant  which  was   the   principal   attraction   at   the  Temple   Flower   Show:   , Thia   orchid  was part of the spoils of one of Mesnrs.  Sander's   collectors,   who    penetrated  the ^wildest  district   of   Anna.ni   with  an; escort of 50 armed  men and risked his life daily in his quest of these  ���oral'-treasures.     ManVf   an    orchid-'  hunter has -sacrificed   Ir'is  life  to  his  firing.    Falke.ribo.rg perished  thus at  Panama, Brown in  Madagascar, Wal-  lis in  Ecuador,  Arnold  on the Orino-  ' eo,  and soon  through  a long list of  victims   of,-the'  pnwunn   for    orchid  finding.     Mr.   ITamelin.,' one   of   tho  most auccessful of them all, tells how "  in the Mada.L'n.qe.-ir foresta, "not.only  was our party ex nosed  in the  risk oi  Wing   strangled   by   hostile;   and   fero  cious  tribesmen���a   fale   which   befell  many a poor fellow belonging to our  expedition���but   we   had   to   struggle  almost night and day against the w''ld  animals   that   haunt   those   primeval  forosta."  WEAR KING .ti ROADj  Sr\0VERALLS and SHIRT5]  Most Satisfaction. x  p^XRQAD  yU.'S'r  Look  Fop  This   Label  When Buying.  POPUl-AR   PRICES   AT AU-  DEALERS. '  R.J, WHITLA& CO., LH  Make Your Stomach Happy with  SHREDDED   WHEAT ^  and fresh fruits.   An idaa! suiniflB'* fo�� '  wholesome, nourishing and delicious.    ^  CONTAINS  EQQS.  MORE   REAL  1054  NUTRIMENTTHAN   wp"'EBSi  SOLD    BY   ALL   GR^ ALL   RUN   DOWN.  I' -  Delia   Stroebe,   who   had  Com-  fc��C-<-%:f Health, Found  W. H. WILSOiv-ciJfe^ _,  CRANBROOK.  ...:,-  -'    -/  , _ al'ItOEBB, 730 Rlch-      Tt;., Applotoui Wis,, writes:  . aeveral yoars I was In a. run-  ���sonditlofl, and I could find no re-  __ rom ' doctors and medicines. I  ��� not enjoy my meals, and could  bt sleep at night. I had heavy, dark  j-clos about the oyeo.  j'AIy friends -wore much alarmed. I  ns advised to glvo Peruna a trial, and  [my joy 1 began toimproyew'th tho'  |st bottle. After taking six bottles I  It completely cured. 11 cannot say too  ucli for, Peruna as a medicine, for  bmen In a run-down condition.'/  Pe-ru-na Did Wonders.        i  Bilrs. Judge J". P. Boyer, 1421 Sherman'  to., Evans ton,'111., gays'that she bo-  u-nc run down, could neither eat nor  lep well,'and lost flesh and spirit. Po-  fiiadid wonderajforhor.and sho thanks  Bruno for now life and strength.  ,   '   TIil��     DEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH  A  LITTLE  ONE  SIDED  An   Exchange   of   Presents   That   Was  -   Not Wholly Satisfactory.  John, Mitchell, the labor'leader   was  discussing   ou   one   occasion   ,.  '.aiyor  \ . 1 struggle of the past.  Classics  Under b'u&picion.  SjJ.i  you  'approve '  of   the     Greek  (iim1"   inquired   the .student.  /' aiiaweied tho manager,  "not  It civea aoine.of these college boys  |i ulcus of what to expect and how,  'luiye' ill a th'watre:"��-,\Vaahington  \.u see, they didn't give us a fair  deal, he said. "It looked fair on its  face, but really it was like the deal ol  Harvey Uarr of Braid wood.  . "narvey liarr, a successful lawyer  had a wonderful talent for' getting the  best of people. Kvca at home he, kept  his talent in play, uis-wlfi. said to  uiinoue morning:  , "'Harvey, dear, nils'Is tbe fifteenth  anniversary of our wedding. What  are you going (o give me?'  JiV^r3 IS Wbut r :,m Boine to give  ,you.   Harvey answered affectionately'  Zi!Zii:::a*d ^: wire' ^,n ����*���  "'Oh. thank you! And what shall I  give youV the gratified wife nsked  ''That meerschaum,.pipe I've been  admiring so long,' narvey promptly au-  nouncoiL ,  "In the, evening on his"return home  <JC pipe availed bhn. It had cost  Just $15, 'ire ]jt up nml hciiasf to co,or  It carefully. But as the evening wore  on^ his wife seemed ill at ease.    ��  f Where ' to ��� my present,   Harvey r  she saiduat last fretfully.  - " 'Why. my dear,' Harv  COLUMBIA.  U ���' J  i  BATTLEFIELD PANICS,  Odd Events That at Times De-  .  moralize Veterans.  TIMBER   FAMINE  Has   Been   Here   for  Some   Years  the Opinion  of Dr.  Fernow.  We have been talking for. twenty-  ^lilfiiHs  HORRORS INCIDENT TO WAR.  "ix years on the subject of a probable ��� tl ���        ���.  timber   famine, , and   .some   time   a"o'lThere  Are   Hundreds   Of   Millions  of Them In India.  Two Terrifying Episodes That Occurred Duripg the Franco-Prussian  Campaign���Madness May Seine Even  the Most Hardened Troops.  Standard Medicine.��� rarmelee'fi  lelabje Pills., compounded ofAen-  Hy vegetable ' substances known  Biave n\revivifying and salutary  frt itmti the digestive organs, have  bush years ' "of use attained "bo'  [neiil    . position .that thev.'rank as  ���you gave me a pipe,   i mTero-S'tia'    U.a",e ��C Wortl  Don't you, see?    We're Jutt even ��� ��       U>? "'"���^Prui  '      i   '        p , .   ,   ' In   (he.beat  TOLD IBY  THE THUMB.  One-Way, So TKey Say, of Reading  .  ,     p    Person's Character. .   ,  -.The closer the thumb'Is set to-tlio  "-���*", ., i""*'*"��� ,>-"����i< m��y, junx as wr��st, the greater tbe amount of nmla-  itaudard medicine.' AThe - ailing ; l��Io qualities n person ppssosscs And'  Jlri remember Ins. Simple. .' in conversely, ttio higher on tbe hand the  r comjiosiUoii,. U.ey.icni'Abe'aseini. thumb is set, tbe lower the order of his  A, by   the-weakest stomach " and    mentnl"nnd  noral makeup   '��        '  It Is a. peculiar circumstance that  hardeued and trained troops will go  through a long fight, surrounded by  all the horrors 'that are Inseparable  fronr war, without flinching and with  the utmost apparent 'callousness and  the same meu will'be, struck terrified  by a single /trifling Incident  '  Every war of any importance," particularly wars -between civilized nations, is^ prolific in incidents of trivial  character' In themselves, but so unusual and unnatural that they appeal'  to the nutural Instinctive horror of  men'more suddenly and intensely 'than  perhaps the main terrors of days of  carnage. Such an Incident is the one.  Tor example, which occurred at the  battle of Worth, In the early days of  Prussian war.    ���  of the great' battle a  ..wiifg of the Prussian army was charged by (be regiments of, French cuiras-'  6lers In the. hope of turning tbe wing  and facilitating the falling back,of the  French Infantry.'   But the cuirassiers  - fr was asked where was that predicted  timber famine. I said, 'You have  been asleep; it is on us aheadv, for  when -prices rise continuously "at a  rapid rate there must Le a famine '  and the prices have risen .very steadily. ^ as you see. " ,      '  "This, more'or ler,s horizontal liix* "  referring to a diagram exhibited at  the meeting, "indicates the prices 3>o-  fore 1809, while this rapidly aseend'-  ing cujve represents the price* since  tJiat year,,,and front the charncier'of  THE  FAME  OF  JUGGERNAUT.  This Idol Has Been Worshiped About  Two Thousand Years, and His National   Temple   Is, on   the   Sands   of  ���   Purl���The Three  Monster Cars.  If I were asked to describe India tlie  nn  , ---.-.        .j.*,,,*,       ,,    u;CUt|.  | - .-        -���        ���.-, ,b       .���      it       l.llIU   ,Of  you     I-.very year you pay just eight i Idols."  It would be Impossible to com  iTdXi^ S/^r^e^>'S,'!puUVtt* "��."��  of ^ ����* the���,  LJ!itallst be at the present time In India.  333,000,-  the-curve you  can see that this rise'*       ��� Were aSk��d to descrlbe Ia<3,a U  in prices will-go on, as may also be remark   that   would  spring  fro  piedicled-from   other  data.-lf assure,My  !ips  wouid   be.   "It  Is  a  land,.  VOU        I'Jverv   vpnr   vnn    r,,i,;   :,.ni   -:..i-. , lilnlc- "    r^   ���.���..i.i   e._   , .. .      . '>  interest in that? I mean has,the pub-U Woscut time In :  he in general no interest in the.fores-     ,lf* uindoos pretend to have 33Z  try   question?     It  seems   to   me  they   ^ Kods, and these aro represent  nflVf* Vur.i.irKrti-Itr     ,r,,,^l      U.,..��             :."       llinnnriii.aMrt   l.lhl,.     ~a.  .l._i   .     i  have. Hvej.ybody must have an in  torest iu it, because 'it touches his  pocket.   '  . represented by  Innumerable idols, so that we arc quite  bewildered with Ihe thought of taking  the census of the idols of India. .The  ��,m - ,, . vuusua vi  mi- iuuis oi  inula, ,'iue  w.ot* 1VI1?1thf Point I wiph to   population or the whole Indian empire  gradc-i of wood began an upwa'vd I iJenares la the great center of the  course. What in the ieai��on' .' The!'110' n,��klBg business, though' in all  "xplanation i.s siin[��Ie.-' In 1���39 thf (Piirts of Iudla tbe. trade flourishes,  data collected by the .United State* Matters'tbe day through may be seen  Census regarding supply and demand j lu tbe sacred city 'molding images of  Oi; .fores!   products   ..become    known, | clay for temporary use.   Sculptors also  THE  FOREHEAD.  What  Us  Size  and  Shape Are  Said  to  Indicate.      ' '  A .high   forehead   to   be   rery   good  should   be   well   developed   nbout   the.  eyebrpws.  Bread th of forehead is always favorable. It Is distinctly connected -with  breadth of character.  A forehead that curves back reveals  'a poetic temperament, a fondness for  (he arts and a talent for either music  or painting.. ,  Of course a broad forehead may be'  part of'a weak' face, and a weak chin  and mouth i >ii naturally give a truer  Impression of character than even a  combination of a narrow forehead  with an otherwise'strong face.  If there Is <piite a perceptible bulge  of the eyebrows, combined with a high  forehead, (bo sign la of a calm, cool,  dc.ibcrateHhinker. , ()   ,  If with these' eyebrows Is combined  a forehead that slopes gradually back,  a sensitive, poetic'temperament'Is dis-'  closed. If, again, they, are combined  Willi a short, narrow forehead, the  subject will be successful In business  ,and in everything connected with  worldly matters, but be <.wlll be incapable of appreciating to any extent  or at crealing anything connected" >vlth  the arts.  anil  "A  ��� ,   ' I        I.  Just  send   H9  your    name  and address on  a post-card and we'll mail, vou  a  Painting  Book for the little,  folks and a quarter-pound pack-"  age of  Celluloid Starch.    That  means fun for the children, and  , satisfactory .starching for 3-011. '  Cellulo/d ' Starch requires no  boiling, gives a perfect finish to  the clothes and never makes tbe  irons stick.  Write   torday   for   this    free  book and sample. .  The Branlford  Starch Works, 'Limited  Brantford,   Ontario  . -10  ���: q.  A  jci-Hatn lo have',a ,healthful "and  ieuble effect , on, 'thevsluggish - di-  livu organs.       v yi. ^ > ."���.'  |i(l,���of coufse; the fCtfrth Poleawill  I light where ij is. until the ' in-''  [id explorer..Jinds it'.-' -Thnt's a  1  thing   about" the   Pole-it's   no  fcvr.       A   ' '   '���;.  ,     ;      v  are  of   "Ointments . for     Catarrh  That Contain   Mercury,"   '  .-'  .  nercury   will > surely 'destroy" the  s o.f sinell find completely derange  hi hole  .eyst.ein^ when' entering" it  fiigh  the  mucous'' surfaces.    Such  |le^ should never be"1 used, except  |]i!scriptions  from reputable phy-'  [ns, as  the d.amrige , they  will  do  Infold to the good,-you can possi-  ���derive   from   theiri.,.'    Hall's ��Ca-  Ciire,   manufactured'" by   F.   J.'  Bey  &" Co,  Toledo,   O..   contains  pereury.  and is taken, internally,  directly   upon 'the'"blood .^and.  Bus surfaces  of'the system..'- in  gg Hall's  Catarrh   Cure   be sure  get .the genuine.    It is' taken in-  Jfy and   made. in Toledo]'. Ohio,  'J. Cheney A'-Co."  Testimonials  .       a- t     'I.-        a    ...  by   Dniggists.-, Price,' 75cAper  '-  "     '   ������     v ^A ��� '   v-'.  : ITalPsa.Family  Pills-for  con-  Ion.- y '-~   p '    .,/���-.,._ ..\-y.  VtPtre</t   is ^ not- -ti"1 thoroughfare  fiven. ,.. >.     *'���..    ���-    v..  charged, and  again "/(bey were driven  back by the withering Are. ><  ���'For a third time' they "came-down  again,* and as the enemy; waited for  them t6;drawAein-er a'horrible/-blood  freezing* terror, seized/th'e Prussians,,  and- for the moment it looked,as if  they would turn and fly or 'be cut  down without defending themselves.  But ,!u a moment they - .bad > pulle'd  themselves' together and beaten back  for the third and last time^the gallant  cuirassiers.   ', ^'    .   . *    -.        .,  ,   Tbe sight that terrified the Prussians  appears -nothing, very  much   In black  and. .white. ,lt was a  regiment of cuirassiers .led at a'dusbing'rate,toward  them by, a headless officer' sifting' upT  .right in his saddle and apparently encouraging  his"-men.     It  was   uo 'less  ,a person than 'Futzum de Lascarre' of  the vTWrd    regiment-' of   cuirassiers,  whose   bead   had "been   carried   completely o��T his shoulders-as the, troop'  broke Into the'third"desperate'charge  ,by a cannon ball!' which also took off  another   officer's   hand   and    cut' .the  bugler in two.      >��� '     "'   ,    ' '' . - ���  ������-_ ���>������^��� 1U __,_ ___��� ouamcies, ���) ltls remarkable and singular that at  and jn-hlrg he Is pondering the matter,! lhe ' battle,, of.--Forbach, which took'  the opportunity to w;in "success escapes. [ place" tbe'same day.as Worth, a'very  1' -           -         ,       ' ..,.'    "J similar Incident'occurred and did-more  '������'    ���       ��� ���  '      '     --.-�����*'   tovshake  the AeiTes of "the  Germans  u'ann    .1.1.. 11       .      .   iCllgc     UJ     .-.Uj>   JI,)'      UIIM      IjeilUlIKI     ITiaKeS  v. ere driven   back by  the unflinching prices.'and  the  trouble  has'Iwen  iu  J niRSIans.   ,   Again (  the" cuirassiers the past the' absence of knowledge a*  ^,��..^,i   ���_,i u ...    . to our timber resources, and this lack  JIpnkeys,"thu'mbsnbtit from tbe hand  at a point close to' the, fingers.    .The  closer to-this formation' a human being  'comes .'the   more   mohkey-iike   JhtelM-  gence and character he Is. apt to have.  - A thumb set <very .close to the wrist  shows, sympathy .for  all   in   distress'  'great generosity,- independence,.love o>.  rliberty forseir-oud others arid a-readiness to'share with the,unfortunate.,  When   the   second  jjhalanr   of- the-  ,thumb is  much  longer than, the'nail'  phalanx, there is a discordant relation  ���between reason and will.      ' "  rtensoD preponderates to such'an ex-'  lent that  Ittie entire  life  Is  spent in  planning-dhat, to, do .without ever doing, v. .    i   v     " ._  . ' Arf person of tli'ls ' kind sees clearly  ,^bat is best for him, but lacks determination to put Jt Into execution.  . "lie sees the goal'n'nd the steps necessary, fpr-attalning It. but in the same  glance he. takes  in  all" the obstacles,  ���goldsmiths, copper  Builths and brass workers���turn out  tu uur Liniuei resources, ana ims hick niore or less highly finished specimens1  of knowledge still works against oui'��� In'tbeip respective, metals,  work, of reform. During theWast; few j When speaking of idols It sho'uld'be  years the,, knowledge, has increased borne In mind that the images turned  and the  result;has  been   that prices'out by ,the potter,  sculptor, carver or  ...�����       h.k.       dbubk.^v       *a��.^j        1/V^.iJ        VIIUU      J^l  JV,fO  have 'risen as it became known that  the 'supply was less' than fyiid been  supposed,"-���Dr. VK.'15. Fernow; Dean  of, the Faculty of Forestry, University-of Toronto/'n^nnnual^meeting of  Canadian Forestry 'Association, 11)03.  "    . ,\   ...  '  _,    1  One of the commonest'-complaints  of .infants is .worms; and ��the most  effective application for lhern is Mother Graves' 'VVonii Fxterminalor.  Doctor (politely, but looking at his  watch with visible, impatience)���Pardon me. in'admn, but my time is not  my own. sjYou have given me nil your  symptoms in sufficient detail, and how  perhaps,' you  will  kindly���er���ah���"'  Husbarfd (hot so considerate)���Maria, lie doesn't want to , hear your  tongue any more. He-wants to look  at it.���Exdhange.  .manufacturer are, not considered sa  cred or fit to'be worshiped'until certain mystic words 'have 'been., uttered  over them',by-a priest. The ceremony*  of "the-giving,of life,"'as it is called,  to the Image Is'a very, solemn affair,  and when It Is done the idol is regarded as.holy and must ever afterward Tbo ,       ���, m U1CU1JJ .tIIIU u.e crolI.  approached, and  treated  with the ut"    bled man woke up, dressed awl   sh>  .most reverence.   / '   . ' . ���     I pJns 'dowi_  tbe sta,'��� ,nto  the   '^  , Out of the many millions of so'called walked along tbe sidewalk to a spot  gods in India, all of whom are counted still seen vividly in his mind, and'there  worthy of worship, three,are.regarded ksure enough, standing edge upward and'  SAW IT IN  A  DREAM.  A Lost Check and th'e Peculiar Way It  Was  Found.    '    ���   {, ,  ,  A, wealthy Xevy York lawyer sat up  lata one night writing letters he had  riot been able to finish during the day.  It waspast midnight when' lie went out  to mall  them,', and- when ,110 returned  and was undressing be,paused In dismay, missing a cheek'for a large sum  received   during' the   day,' and' taken  home with him.   In vain was the house,  ransacked at tbat,-Iato hour.  -He \venl  to-bed convinced* (hat the dost check  ..must, be In the house.    An hour later  ' he fell Into uneasy slumber and beheld  ,as'with his eyes of .the fiesli the pink  check curled about an area railing four  or fiV'e doors from his own house.  So real-was. the dream'that the tro  >ur  ThcNcwspaper as an Educator.  A  young giil  who recently   was  the  v.inner in a spelting, content  hold at  Cleveland,  0.,  said  bin; had  acquired  her proficiency iu spelling from rending   the  newspapers.    The  newspaper  i��   nn   educator   in   many   wavs,   and  who.se  value  few  realize.    What  tho,  schools nnd .colleges touch, tin. news- ,  papoM JinnJy   fix.   in   their     readers' '  rnimls  .when   college   days' are   pa-it. '  The  ne Wo)i.i per.-?  aiv in fact,   u^peo-  pie's, univeiiiity.    , - '       '  Small   but  Potent.���Pamielee'H.Vegetable,, Pilld'  ate  HUtall,   but   thev  are .  effective, in  action.,,   Their'fine "qual-  itieu 'as  11  roiTecUif'uf  stomuHi  troubles   aie- known   to    thoubandd     and  they  'are  in  cputlant demand  everv-  w-here   by   thosie   who  .know' what "a  safe  and simple    remedy    they    are. ,'  They  uee<^   no  introduction0 to   those  acquainted" with   them,   but   to   thoso  who do .not know them< they are presented us���tlic best preparation'on the  markpt for disorders of'the stomach.' 1  , ���,������--���-'    -      ,  "I   cannot live  but 'a--week  longer  wizout you!" l -       1..     -  , "Ileally,-Duke.?,  How  can   you-fix   '  on a specific Jengfh of ti'mef"   -      -   ���'  "Ze landlord fix on if/miss; not !.",[  ���r.ouibviile '.Courier-Journal. ���       ,��� -   ,  ���-"Ai;.-  i>. '; *���"  :".,.. ,���>  .  ��� 1,5-1       1  ^ -ii   ���  "1 a  1  'A  -i ,\.! ���/.  -"   j- �� 1 -1*-1  if 1  +"T.  '��'! w';^A  Iv, -   ', > iV  iisAA-.! 1 sc  '*-.,A5    ;.',5;"  ..*'  '-..Mi|  packet   of   Wilson's" Fly, Pads  |crunl!y killed, a bushel of flies.  -������ ;  , '     t  ,     . pThe 'Likeness''.      "p  p.v i< ft pancake like the sun?"  baiiMj," hiud the Swede, "it rises  d.>r yeast  and  it  sets   behind  ?i-"7-Christian  Guurdian.  jard's   Liniment '  Cures  vs. -   ,  Garget  , ..   '   A    Seeking trie'Light.   ���  ';  -A.t.rin   dinner- during;an   Episcopal  'convention at.Rictimond a'lyoung lady j r   v  8ltling,nearuUie- bishop of'Loudon, said I tr7.  .-to 'hlm:<. ' *     ''   ,-       -  a   -   -     -\,  ^''B^op,' I  wish-you-would  sefmy  ^ralnd'at rest'as'to the" similarity or'dissimilarity, between  your country-nnd  ours on one point    Does the butterfly  because tlie tomato can?"      n.     ���-,  Tbe bishop laughed', heartily ;at this  vivacious sally. Not so a young Engl'  ILshman of his party, who after dinner  sought'his host ' . '���    ,  "I ��want to'know, you know," said he.  "about that .Joke of Miss B.'s. She  absked If. butter flew because tomah,  toes could. Pray tell me what tbe  point,Is."���Llppincott's Magazine. . '  than   hours, of* roaring . cannon -. and  fighting had done:' .��� /   v" A y '  While a'regimentvOf.-Prussian lu'fan-  - "were, standing in reserve'.watching'  tho'flglit as1 well' as-Ahey could  from'  their'position'of shelter a charger be-,  j longing'fo a' French dragoon regiment'  ope, which was'practically'destroyed In  the battle, galloped right Into the midst  of the ,men.  who  rushed  to, arrest "it  and  Immediately' fell   back  In   alarm  as specially'sacred aud form tbe��Iliu-  doo triad'or' trinity.- 'J'hey are. re-,  specllvely Brahma. Vishnu and Siva.  Of those it is. stated tho second, person of the'trinity only,has been' represented on this earth,by human ih-  carriations. Through one or all of these  gods tbe Hindoos believe they may ob-  ,iT, a,     ,   ,, ,  . , ,     '    r  EOQs tne umuoos believe they may ob-  when   oveiheated',.take   a   glass 'of  .���Ir) ���.������,,���_ , 'n���h    ' ��� f,..  61 .."Snlnrla'."   Tp.��.     Tt   T..-.11.    nrovn ���* sa ^at ��n-'  Brahma represents'the  ice-'d ,,"Salada"' Tea. , It will", prove  most "refreshing'. As' delightful - as a  'dip,in'Jlhe sea. p ... gg  ' s ~. ''      '     p,i   >  , When' some   people   speak   to ', you,  your replyshould be "Ha! .ha!!'    For  it's always, a joke.    ' >"      -. ;  Minard's   Liniment ,Co.,-> Limited.   t "  Gentlexnen.-^Ini'Juiio, '98, fjhad my  hand",, and x wrist' bitten  . and" fbadly  mangled by  a  vicious horse. A suffered greatly for several'days-and'the  'tooth,'cuts',,refused to heal? until your  agent gave me a bottle of MINARD'S  LINIMENT,   ,'wjn'ch     I   began   using.  TJie effect ,was magical; in five, hours  hhu   lLuiueuiaieiy   icn   nacK  in   alarm,   tlie pain had ceased and in two'weeks  for   swinging   to   the   bridle   was   tbe, j the  wounds  had     completely   .healed  whole, left arm of the charger's rider,   and  my   hand  and   arm were  as well  .   Yours truly.  ��� A Thoughtful Tyrant.  Major LTayford Thorold, second In  comrannd'of the First battalion, Duke  of Wellington's regiment bad an' odd  experience In Malabeleland In' 1S0G  when sent to restore order in a little  township   called   Gwelo. ^   On   rffrTvai  ���iARVARD'S   CRIMSON:  icidont That Gave the University  Its Color.       '      ,  |ough President Eliot's opposition  pdern   college   football    Is   well  p. he has always been Interested  ��� athletics and durlnghls under-      ,,    ���,,   ������������.     ^u   _���������  te dnj-s himself participated  in     there be found the acting commandant,  cn��w���     -��r . .- ..-_  ������_      aa cx-storekeepcr. In'a state bordering  on delirium tremens, so be bad bhn  locked up. The commandant .how-'  ever, managed' to break out and make  his way to the telegraph'office, where  he dispatched the following wire: ,  Chamhcr'aln.-JLondon:  Mair'licra'named Thorold  questions my"  sobrirly.    Who Is Thorold? -\VIro at onco  to avert bloodshed.  sports.   .Many a crew' tvis  lis  jto his interesting experiences of  Bays when Harvard pulled eight  jnd  Yale six,.a  time allowance  being given-for the difference,  ben the crew met professionals  iced for prize mooey which got  pw cut of debt , But all of this  ttrt of his desire to keep up ills  ��1, mental and moral health. He'  bed no" one set of muscles out of  Bportlon to another, nud'unques-  |y be believed then, as now, In a  nind and a sound body,  jkes to tell of the origin of nar-  "crimson.",   In   ISoS   tbe   first  fd rowing shell was put on the  [Three men, of whom Alexander  was   one,   got   together   aud  lit ' .  [had not paid for the boat" wild  |nf Eliot when asked nbout this.  Jo depended  on  our  first  prize  *o nny for It   Well, the day be-  raee  It  appeared   that   tbore  be thirteen or fourteen  boats  jfrtce. an.l  .ve said to each other.  pe our friends going to know us  T'eg.-m.i ?'    We   had no uniform,  at all   to  distinguish   us.    We  fed In our various underc'othes  pt tiqie. So Beu .Crowninshleld  [went   down   to   Hovey's   and  | s*x   red    handkercbieVs    Just  aat color," picking up a .lower  J?e 'able, "and w.e tied those  |cl.nefs  around  our  heads,   and  ^tlenicn.   is  the  origin  of   the  red.   Ilere Is th-j kind of silk  eliief '.b'nt   was    vorn   a   few-  fter," showing a  handkerchief  |not the right eolor.   The trou  ��� "at magenta came In. and the  color was mngenta for a fe^  Pt tliat handkerchief Is.a  pool  li'e.  This." showing an Ameri  fl f, r0HP ,)f a vp,'y c'flrk reri  f u,�� rci*l color.",-Sidney Ox.  ���rce.ua.  English Army Horses.  'Svery horse In tbe "English army Is  numbered and has a little history kept  tor It all to himself. The number, Is  branded upon tbe animal's hind feet���  tbe thousands on the near hind foot  and the units, ten and hundreds on tho  off hi ml foot Tlujs the horse whose  number is, say, S.lioi will have an 8 ou  his left hind foot and 3,"3I on tbe other  one. On what Is called his "veterinary  history sheet" everything about the  horse will from, time to time bo writ  len.���London Army Journal.  Something Comic.  Brownblgge (to waitress who lias  handed him a newspaper)���Ain't yer  got nothing comic? I likes to havo,  something funny to look at while I'm  a-hoating. Waitress���There's a looking  glass.straight In front of you, sir.���London Tit-Bits.   ,        ."'",  An Unhappy Outlook.  Prospective Tenant���I should .want  the studio for sculpture. Caretaker-  Yes, sir. ', Some of these Is rented for  that There's a sculptor molding next  door, sir.   /���:���.       ;  Mutual   Reluctance.        j        ,  "Here Is my seat,   madam,  but candor compels; me to say that I think you  are a.3 ~ell able to stand'as I am."  whole, left arm of the charger's rider,  tbe fingers of the hand firmly grasping  the reins.' The arm appeared to have  been severed a few Inches below the  rshoulder and was certainly tb.nt of an  officer, but who the officer was. has  never betu satisfactorily established.  So moved wero the hardened men of  battle at the horrible sight that no one  would touch the horse, and the animal  was allowed to gallop off to be killed a  few- minute? ,later in crossing before  some Prussian guns. .Thrilling' as the  Incident was, many of the brave fellows .who witnessed it declared that  their first almost irresistible, impulse  was to throw down their arms and  bolt Yet it was with the help of Just  such men that General' von Goben  routed the French that memorable day  in 'August. 1S70. '   ���        '  It is a well known fact tbat. the  finest and bravest troops the world can  produce have no Immunity from that  strange and 'mysterious madness known  to military history as "war panic." A  heavy war, frequent sanguinary engagements, night inarches and surprises sometimes play havoc with soldiers' nervous systems and render  them more like high spirited colts than  men who have taken the field prepared  to Buffer Immeasurable horrors and  take death cheerfully.  During tbe peninsular war two British regiments, thh very pick of the  army and seasoned veterans, were  marching along In good order when a  rumor ran down the lines that the enemy was at hand. Tbe next moment  the line of orderly soldiers was changed  Into an elongated mob of armed men  throwing away arms, baggage and all  they carried, running away In every  direction, blind terror In their hearts,  their faces blanched and their ears  deaf ta the thundered commands of  their ofHcera'.'-"-.' A   p A A" -  For the moment they knew but on��  sentiment, one emotion, a sudden. pasT  slonate, blind .terror. , and they .fled'  without thinking whether they were  running Into the arms of the thing  they dreaded^or not It was a terror  that was madness, and only Us madness redeems It from I dishonor. If  anytb|ng were necessary to demonstrate the unnafiiralness of the panic  It would be done by the grand fact that  the moment It became-known ..that the  enemy was really at hand the men In  ns ever.  St. Antoine, P.  Q.  Carriage Make  way of salvation by wisdom', Vishnu  by faith .and Siva by' wo.rks. It Is  immaterial" which method , is adopted^'  'nsctbey-all lead'to tbe same goal. '  Juggernaut is'perhaps the most fa-,  mous riame among,all the nindooidolsl  inasmuch as bis fame lias gone .forth  Into every land. Ills temple'is sltuat7  ed on tbe sandy shores of Orissa, wash--  ed.by,the wild waves of the bay oC  Bengal: ',The worship, of Juggernaut:  dates back- nearly' 2,000 'years,, and  Orissa has been the hoiy land of the  Hindoos from that time till the present'  day.    '       "���   <        '       ,  Sir William nun ter, who was-one of  the greatest authorities oh things East, .Afterathe  slaughter  or tho Janizaries  Indian, says in a wonderfully graphic'    MahmouAintended to get rid of them  {  description^ of   the   temple  of"JugSer-     for bo caused an immense number of'  naut:   "On   the   Inhospitable   sands   oC   sausages (!)   to  bo   mado and,   having /  -ruri.  a  place of swamps and  Inunda-     poisoned Hicin.-'gnvc (lie dogs a .Const /  partly curledfabout tho Iron, was tbe  musing cheek. "I think,", be reported'  to the Psychical,H'eseareh society, "my  .-subconsciousness must have noticed.it  fall from my pocket as I 'walked,to the  mail box'and my subliminal V,elf polnt-  yed It out to me In sleeps'���William G.  Fitz-'Gerald In. New York Tribune."-  '    - v  The Dogs,of Constantinople. '  ��� There are at' least 233,000 dogs in  Constantinople.which lias a population  cf. 1,150,000:_ They are,.' the . vilest of  cowards and ar,e the scavengers of the  city. It is said that scores of people  are bitten daily by,'the dogs of���Cou-'  stanlinople, but. that a case of hydro-'  phobia, was never known there. Three  eentaries,; ago' Nassuf Pasha, grand  vt/.Iei, to, Achmet 111.,, ^transported all  (be dogs to-Asia and would have had  them-destroyed 1 there, but'tbe sultan,  on consulting the muf^l, was told that  every dog had "a soul nnd consequently  forbade, such wholesale destruction.  ��� Afterathe  slaughter  or tho Janizaries     , .     /'"-p"-'  \lnlirnnilVll'lnf��n.1��/l    ta. .   -1.7    ���..   ji.._     I      "1<1     LOngOr  No dead flies lying about when Wii- ,'  sou's Fly Pads aie used ns directed.  - . ^__., t , ,  i ".  "        -L  Little Margie,on her first visit to ,a ..  farm   was   told  {o  wander   about'the  barn and search for eggs.'Some time  later  the   child   returned    almost    iu  tears. '    / A      ' < ' -  , "Couldn't .you find  any 'eggs,  dearie?" asked Aer mother. ; u       ,  "Xu,", replied   Margji.' wearily.. ."I  think   it's   meim   too,v'cause   lots'cf   -  hens %vero standing around 'doing nothing."���Lippineott'3.  * -.: !,*,  ,.  1 .                         '          ^     '  :         a.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures' Diphtheria. ";,  A JitUo'-girl1 was playing with a girl  friend of her own age" on i tho porch  of .her home in  West IM.uladsJph.ia. - ,' '  An elderly gentleman,  her'mother's  father,   andean'-elderly lady,' hor fa--  ther'H   mother, -were sitting    on    the  ireh   talking   pleasantly   with, .each  Aie'r.  ,'rtie little girl had,often wished^ ���  ', 'i  P,   k'*   W  $if  r~r i ���  0/       ���.'���'���As,,  y '; '..-��'  ��� i*>h.  I    .i ... i.rp  ,?.    .        ���    .1  - V/A-v  .1,. 'I 7' .  i^ ;j  :-y.h;  ,TK*.  .ir'.aia  at\  , ov. ,. , ������  her graiulparents ''were of the. same  ruune. -l,ikc, other children's - grnnd-  parenti -'"        '  'Presently the little giibst remarked:,  "What' i\hnice grandmother and. grandfather'you  have."     ',>  "Oil", yes," she replied, with a'siiih,-  "but   they . doiit,    match."���Philadel-  ^        <-.M, S.   ' jflj P-3B  ���-Tf ; yy> \K tit  11-,     'tf   i >'.- Kb  r^, i. -*-.. - i ,(.m  i.<*"* a * .y4%  ���&"&-����[  ;.;>Al^ii'l.A%j  .. J fj*AvAV^I  ���-   --.sJ.i.-'---- M)-\%1  iV* ������ ii�� *dV-- 111 \4-a!l  ),,   .   L/ ".p.,%  \   .yi .^m  ' h ' N  A" ,  The teacher was speaking to the  juvenile class on the subject of morals. '  -"Now,   Ilany,", she-said,   "what   is  our duty  towards  our neighbors*?",  .   "To keep an eye on  "em," was the  reply.���Chicago News.  The New York American of Dec.  18th,, 1907, says the common house  Hy is one of-the greatest enemies of  man.' It is a solemn scientifically ascertained fact'that lie is one of tho  worst disseminators of disease known,  far surpassing the mosquito in this  respect. Wilson's Fly Pads will kill  many times more flies than any other  article.' , '  you  :ay  "Johmiy," said his mother,  have outgrown your shoes."  ' "What I'd like to hear you  mamma," replied Johnny, "is that I  have outgrown your slippers."���Chicago News.  RETURNS HOME AGAIN.  ' Oak Lake, Man.���Mr- Jas. Milne  has returned from Winnipeg, after  receiving surgical treatment from  Dr. F.W.K. P.urnham. the Broadway  surgeon. He is feeling well once  more.  WAS   HEAVILY   MORTGAGED.  There  ���Politeness compels me to say 'Thank f Rtantly fell in and showed  the utmost  you, sir.'  e;igerncss to a track.  '. 3nrb     wiir    panics    are     mysteries.  Even the most experienced military Officer cannot satlsf-'ctorilv explain fch^ni  -t acquainted jvvith  ick Watch  :^ig black plug  wng tobacco. A  lendous favorite  mere, because of  less and pleasing  aaoe  A  Proper  Pride. |  Farmer  Green���D'ye -remember tbet '  ornary     little     Pimpernel!     boy    thet ;  helped   me  with  th'  hajrin'  last yeart.��  I   give   blm   SIS   a 'montb   an'   found, j  Well, he's got to be a riglit smart ball  pitcher,  an' t'other day a   feller came  along an' offered  bim  .".S.OOO to finish  out th' season with a perfeshnal club.  The  City  Boarder-Well,   well!     Ha  Jumped at It of course?  Farmer Green���Not yet    Sandy PIra t ������,._K.���,���<. ���,���. _  pernell   may  be  a   freckle  faced  runt [ Merry Widow hats,  but he's got a proper pride about him J     Uuby-Who was It. dear?  too.    He says thet  be don't   kuow  as '     ���-      -    ���-  he cares   to  be   tied   up  to  any  team  thet looks like It might be a tall ead'er.  ^-Cleveland Plain Deal*-  "I never can tert what that son of  mine is going to d > next."  "I can always be sure what mlae  will do."  "What's that?" ��  "Not a darnetl thing."���Clevuland  Leader.  Were    Twenty-five    toans    on  Goods  Wo-th $2.  I had a seat on the veranda of a hotel  In  a southern   town   when  an  old  colored man came along and removed  bis bat to sr.y: '  "Mars', don't you want to help a poo*  ole cull'd woman a bit?"     ���      '  ; "Is she III?" I nslled.p     '-AA   >;  "Xo,  .sah,   not  zactiy  III,   but  she's  ole an' feeble, an' de sheriff am gwlne  to sell her furniture on a mortgage."  , "How much Is the mortgage?"  p   "Fifty dollars,  I   Iwlieve."  I said I'd go along with him, and be  took me to a dilapidated old cabin  about six blocks nway. There w��  found the old woman mentioned. 1  also saw at a glance tbat the furniture  consisted of a sbaeklety old cook stove,  a wretched bed and a rocking chair  ready to fall to pieces.  "You said this stuff was mortgaged  for $00?" I said to the old man.  "Yes, sah."  -   "But I don't so; how anybody would  advance ovt-r $2 on it"  "No, sah, dey wouldn't"  "Then  how do you  make tne mortgage ��00?"  "Why, sah, dere am twenty-fl\e  mortgages at $2 aplece/'-DctrMt TrJli-  Qne.  tions, the .Eflndoo religion and  Hindoo,  su'perstitution "have  stood   at   bay   for  eighteen   centuries against, the   world.  Here  is   the  national   temple   whither  the,people flock to worship from every  province' of India.    There is  tbe gate  of   heaven   whither   thousands .of  pilgrims come  to die,  lulled  to  this  Init'  Bleep by the roar of (he eternal ocean.'"  Well,   I   saw   on   one   occasion   thai:  marvelous sight.  Ilic dragging cf Juggernaut's "car   and    the   cars  'of   hls=  brother   and   sister.     The  three   Idols,  are Inseparable, and  ugly things (hey  are, .being  nothing   but   huge   logs   of  wood -coarsely' fashioned   Into' humam  shape,  but without arms or,legs.  Juggernaut's    car.   stands    Torty-one-  feet  high  and  has  fourteen-enormous'  Wheels.     The\olhor two cars  aro Jusi  a  little smaller.    The great cars have-  to bo,dragged a certain distance���half  ii mile or more  from  the lemple-and'  the god will  not allow  horses or ele  pliauts 'to   undertake   the   work,   but  'calls  upon   his   faithful   worshipers  to-  do It themselves.     Immense ropes, or.  ���rather, cables, are attached to the cars.,  and at the word of command from the-  priests   thousands  of   men   and  even,  '���women'and children rush forward and  seize the  rojies end  range  (liemsclves.  In   order   and   the    next    moment  are-  straining  nnd   pulling  nt   the  cumbersome   conveyances,   which   at    length  move with n heavy, creaking noise.   , '  Never shall  1  'forget  the sight    TbVr  road was tilled with ten��! or ilinus<ind.->  of luokers-ori. all wild with incitement,  and   the   fanatics  who   held   ||.��.  rope  were   dragging  frenzied   zeal.     E  there would be a step thai tin- incui  might rest I supposed, but Instead or  resting they took to jumping In Uk��  air j|nd .to,''whirling themselves arounoi ;  like dancing .dervishes and'. .shouting:'.  nt the topi of.-itlieir .breath:' "Victory,*!  Victory  to Juggernaut!"  Once on a time Infatuated worslilpi-  m would throw tbrniselvcs under the-  wheels or the michty car that the.v  nilirht Iw crushed to death, counting Ut  a privilege and a joy thus to perish.  Fume might do If today If the pnterna.-l  P.rltlHh government did not provldie  tisralnst such catastrophes b.v taking full;  due precaution.���John J. Pool. B ' IK  F   R. G. S.. In Los Angeles Times.  Many thousands were thus killed'in/  ono day, but Hip people murmured so  modi that he was ��� afraid ' to begin t>  second day's work. Iff therefore order  ed them to be expelled to Asia, but the  order was very Indifferently executed,  and In n short time the dogs were as  numerous as during the time of the  Janizaries.  Thc_.Dog Morland Painted,  Of the many stories of tbe seemingly  unconscious heroism of Newfoundland  dogs none Is more Inteiesllng than the  one concerning the noble dog, which  Morland nfterward painted,  When William Phillips, bathing at  Portsmouth, ventured beyond bis depth  and was drowning, two boatmen. Instead of soiling out to his rescue, hag  gled about a reward from the bystanders, who were urging them to go- to  Phillips' rescue., In the midst of the  controversy a Newfoundland dog  leaped luto the water and'brought the  exhausted bather to shore. Mr. Phil-  llpi bought-the dog from Its owDcr, a  butcher, and yenrlj guvo a fcstivnl in  honor of his resruer.  It was for Mr. Phillips tbat Morland  painted tbe dog's picture, and Uarto-  lozzl engraved it ,  ''A A/)  . -a; I.1?  'A*,'  !-,    *" I  ;v;. ��.  . ��� .at  '/IJ  m  v '<*���$!  - ���-i  ��� -.I .,-;  f.i.  y- :'"'^.sJ,  A Dream Warning.  A strange story'comes from Calabria.  One Rraccalu, a resident of Plzzo, hud  a dream lit which Ik. saw Ills son.  twenty year? of age. b?\nz attacked b.v  two men, who were shi Jbing bim with J wfih'oM-'f'm'f        -.,....    ,  knives.    P.raccala awoke and. arousing  the   car>(   along   will-,  1  his  wife,  told   her  what  he  had seen  Every   now   and   thon; j  She tried (o calm blm,  but while tbej  were still discussing the matter a  noise was beard in front of the bouse,  and, hastening down. Mine. Braccaln  opened the door Just in timeato'catch  her son In Iier arms as'he fell swooning to the. ground. He had been at  tacked nnd stabbed nnd died shortto  afterward.  BINDE.R.  TWINE,  i  '      I   'i  Y.rmr Vf.V, fiitiy '7.iAr*iiit*,��j'rr  )Kii{,n   TTriJoon  ����4 l,rn;,A'\f t,h(.^'^l 1-. rr.m I l>'i��r'l r'nr* |l.i��frt^nr��  ply villi C*nivlliifi  Iui.* j    { *l����r7     IWI'inlpm  SlAH0*RO .WO fi. [>r, C.t.'jO iCi I    %A.. 7 3~T $iT38~  UkMIU 150 li. ��f(I���U%lh. ,        S.25 "   "-  M��HIUflf/) ft r..i_i..l.*)f)!^.  I   _5.7S_  ~TirI^rf%rr .p5r'I tr.r i,".."!,*?^ (,r m ,r��  I  A.88  i     S-38.  a........... ... ���    o U    J*-'imf& *.M(,rn.p�� ��nrl *^tl.-  f��*-tl"R ir-Mr^r't^.'l.    A.V ii. fur r*rl-^ '.n ,��Rr !'��**  COOPE1R CORDAGE CO.,  Minnsapoli'n, Minn.  Yellow  Fevor.  The first appearance of yellow fev\��r i  Is  s.i'ld   to   have   been  among tllic soli  Vllcrs of Columbus In 1-193.  Too  Easy For Him.  "Sir, I want work."  "Here's a penny. Iluy yourself a  newspaper."  "But I know notbin' about runnln' a  newspaper." protested Tired Tiffins,  who   really   wanted   alms.  People  In  Glass  Houses. I  Pearl���Some one just laughed at ��or  Pearl���������Why; that college chap In the  Ingrown - hat \with two corners ;turned  Distressing.  "Ah, yes," related the foreign nobie-  man as he rubbed his hands. "When  ze beautiful girl found that her father  had selected me as her future husband  she was a picture."  "What, a picture of distress?" asked  '.lA^'or,^  �� Vi����� ������.*  ^��ii��^ k�����^ ">v*at. a picture of distress?" asked  down and a blue and yellow band.������ ���..-������ ,,.      .        , , ,,   _.,  Detroit Tribune. '.the  sensible   American   glrl.'-CbJcago  To thine own self be true, and it  must follow, as the night the day, thou  x-anst not then be false to any man.���  Shakespeare. v  The   Difference  "Pa. what's the difference between a  rhyme and a poem?"  "Tbe person who makes a rhyme  stands some chance of seeing it  .printed, even If it Is merely put ou a  card  to be stuck  up in  im 'L* car."  (curBS  Sufforors  from  Fits,        ...      ,   ..  VH.is' DancB,"''J^wrrouu- Troubles  or  Fa-Moa  Sldkii'ss   shoiild   write   th��  WE      " ""    " ~  fbrau-iftl bottla of th����Ir Fit, Cure and  Treatls*. Kuctoao lOo for postage e.ai  paeklnK..'  No Placo For Dogs.  1b Jt impossible lu Japan to keep �����'  good dog? 1 have twice hsd my dogs  disappear In a seemingly ' miraculous  way. As 1 am well aw;wo that tbere  is a great demand for dogskins, especially those of young dogs, we have  been careful in having our dog watca-  cd. " Nevertheless ho disappeared this  morning. Almost every foreigner has  lost a dog or dogs, and even a sea captain who wns three days on shore had [  his dog poisoned the first day be put I  .....   .,vtt    ,-v.,,v.,i u    nil,-    ill^l.    Kl.iy    ll<.    JIUl   | ,  his tact on land.-Jnpau Chronicle. t'   The S0Qa -r0!' l1" |s| not losC< '-thoue11 1  Candor.  "Pa, what's friendly candor?**  "It  Is  generally  tbe  tlrst aid  to en-  Jnity."  ItemoTes Bnrsal Knl��nremeijt��,  Xhlnkened , Tlisnm,  Xnaitratft  3'art��, and any Puff or Swelling,  Cure*    Jt.aninne.ia,   Allrejn   I'ulu  ���without laj-ldir  th�� horse lip. Docs not  bllslor, stain or romovA tlie hair.   3S ou ��.  bottle; delivered,   l'anipblot 1-O.free.  AltSOKBINE, JR.. for mankind, ?1 <V>  bottlo. <Jurcs Synovitis, Weeping S!u-*,  Strains, Goutj- or Klioum��tlo t)��..<>*i'<,  rertifi'S Varltose "Veins, V��rIdoc<-le, Ky(iro<.<.m,  AIUjj piin. Book free  Genuine lnfd. only liy  W. F. Y0UN5, P.D.F,137Honmoutt Sf.,Spnrigfali, Sass.  lYMATi SONS �� CO.. Monacal, Catudlan A.cnls.  Vl.'ja furnished 6y Martin Bo/9 A Wynnt. Co^ Wlnnlptq.  7ht fuittonctl Drug A Chemloal'Co* WlMlptfj and Ca/tfa/ft,  c*.iHt.-idw:on&rQM.Co.Ltd..Vajiaouo*r.  '.f&iW-i: '���  ���.��.teS;--.'.:c  '��Sy  PcirmanenHy. Cured by  DR. KLINE'S CHEAT  NERVE-RESTORER  $2 TRIAL BOTTLE   FREE  Spoilt through Canadian Affenry,  IVnuKnent' Cnr��,' no^ only temporary relief, for  NBKVOns DlSORDlCES. KpH��l��J, Sp����s St. ��'����"  o.ito, I^WlItj-, i:<taiuUo>. Founile<] vfn.  Dr.R.H.Kline,Ld.yfl "* "'��� ���'"-"""���  ��ou fonret <t- F5eIO,lng.  -i nysi ���-.,  .���� ""TIT? "�����'���'''  ,       j;/ .      : _.  J        f    'r     ' ��� '- (,  '*'.''   .. I  ��� * n,Tr^w,^,Jw^SiS��5Sjo��w��il  L'K>.  ���i"     4r   '  'A -.?!  ' *- p A  A*  A A A "A'4  lj^Afc ,f->'  j-'i ,.V' ai?-  ���EiEAD^^^IIi^I|ilJ2^i^=  'if-a * Aa  i  '4^:,;,^  j, >j'- ..y> v  ��� '���> . 7? A,;:  ��'���.��.  _,m '4   ,  ��� !;\'4l"fi'.  r .f/ af   .* ^  Ar-'.A ;7'"  -**-*     V   M ".  -I  ^ l' -VI-   ^V  U   *   -V. At  '5-.t'~ .',^,'A S, '  Ti/7'.*."'     ���*"#  W. ���/ " .3 ^  *��� * ,v *"���        �����_-*  !>'.??A"rK.  A^ ���.��������- :\ \   ,  A>.Af.A ,  '      l,J r. -      M     A I'W.  ;|A<r&' 'A.-? -  #'i:,4-,,'*,ui  ;&s.'?*A Vft. !  P iblulKd in ^interest of the i>eople  of Sloyie and East Kootenay.  v J. SMYTH. Puiiu-<W.  BATE"  OF    ��U��."IUfTW>"  '     tfij> nn  Que Yea>vr -r��_^j_'_Zll-���  i=^^I^,"a^USt'i5 1908, l  ,    U."'.    f 11' -' ���<  ��� -  ;fef'��A'  l-V-'Y TF-r.f;-.'_  JJ J '>'Ay" ,tk#  A4#4y'  .>t'jE.V-..--.S "S  Another   edition of the Canadian, family    bible/ rt  otherwise  ��� Batons faU eatalouge, is before the  public. <<        s'  . �����  _��������-������������������    -"  Col. LoweVy   of the  Greenwood  Ledge I. again in tho east making  a .tudy of the "cent belt" at close  )  j '  grange  Women Who Wear Well.  It is astonishing how groat a change a  few yoars of married life often make In  the appearance and disposition of many  women. The freshness, the charm, the  brilliance vanish liko the bloom from ��  peach which is rudely handled. The  -Utron is only a dim shadow, a fatat.od��  ���of tbe charming maiden. There are two  'reasons for this change. Ignorance and  Wlec*. Few- young women appreciate  ����?S��ck to the system through tho  change which comes vtth'mama-ge and  Wterhood." Many neglect to deal*dUi  jffiufcGara-polvfo drains and^k-  bess^s v^hich too often come.with marriage- aud motherhood, not underetending  ��Sthl. ��^��* d^j3 ,W8J?SrfS  2f' its   ireshness and   the form  of   its  1 aAf^e1y ai the general health axOta  ^Xllsda-^aentof the health  of the delicate womSal��organs,\so suniy  whrfT-th^o1 organs  ar^N^hllshcd in  totbetoctin^Mdcom^trn*^, g&gl  * mtll.onjgomenjiavn found:_hcaj_aLflmi  h^Dlnrn^A1^^ "f nr'>lRn;f S Fa*  J^gTgSffoioiw. Jt makes vrcab wom-  c7^55n"g and sick-svoimu well. Indents on label-contains no alcohol or  Armful habit-forming diing^ Made  Wholly of thoso native, American.jnedlc-  M,.ni rnntt i��ost hichly recommendod oy  Meets Tuesday evemnpr >n M�� O     -  hall   on   Vicrori*   ^reet.    ^-]"u""*  Odd Fellows oordiallv mviini.  IlExnvRAix 1?-J-^S?'  J^iobleGr��nd 'Se<r>  Shoe Repairing  Mining  Shoes  Made to Order  THECANADIAN BAN^  OV COMN5  '"J  ,i For nursing xaot.uera.yiau. "r?" "*rr���>  riown in health by too frequent bearing of _  .     ,._-ki���       onnd tion     of    io gobd as "Favorite PrraCTtpttoo.    i*  Sn do no harm In any condition of the  CT^twn. It is a most potent invigorating  tSif^nd stxengthenW. nervii.ejdcely  .Again   we   call,  attention    "SSS^J^gn  ���>i(��,^, the     deplorable       condition    o     ^n0Mh^��y^�� ^  ^m&^A'    '      Movie's sidewalks., .There should    r^V��� A^^^^^7M^  ' iJi'if'f>!",."'i''   ' ' / .' j i���^;n ��-n��.1fincr  the neces-  ���    f��?*#V ,^<A be i>o delay in caa^ini,   u"^  * sary repairs.  FishiAg, Tackle  RODS, KEELS, FLIES,  BAITS, LINES, HOOKS  LEADER BOXES AND  TROOLS.        a,  Greeuheart rods from $3 to $13;  split bamboo from $1.(30 to $3.ioi  Lance'wootl rods from $2 to $u  Trunk rods ftoui 9j to $-1.50,  MOYIE ' DBD&- ' AND  STATIONERY. STbRE.  " ��� -^>.;��V''^A'  ',. V A ,te^(  It                       *l *ir il?>w^"'   '^i'  >A. ^    ' is^iH  k 1.1*. *ki Titf-.-.   **" l*~  'jKi.'ga.v^-'  t'   "--ftt" 'S���'-8  A  subscriber    Contributes,  the  ��� "following: I suffered greatly from  "mosquito bites until last summer  I accidently'discovered a remedy  '" which takes the stingr���ancTthere-  ���r fore the "itch"���oa^'immediately.'  - "lUib common stareh'-the. lumpy  - iind sold" iu 'bulk-all over and  -, around phe -bite.  -Mayor.'Tnttle has issued an 'appeal for further aid for the relief  - of   the'   Fernie; sufferers.   The  tnayoripoints that sanitary   con-  " - ditions must be restored. Out of  COO dwellings only 2$ remain,  which means that about 150, people out of' a -population < of cabout  6,000" have shelter over their  heads. -Theb'ilancaare homeless  r^thout cloth  K. of P.  '"]'  Mcetfc<vtryTbnw.ia>  W##i^ening    in    McGy  Wwi^V'^'.,  ''-  'X=<^^>/    iiiii^ bi��ili�� r& invited.  H. C.Liy.KSi^y,  .,     'H- A- lln'V.  Chancellor Coin.       '      , K- H. "'"' &,.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  -No. 71   W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor J'''1^6"1-^^"1"!:  d,iy ovenine.     Bojonrnme   members  are cordi.tllv'invited'to lU'.eiid.  R.J.(Joltei'   , Thos.E.  Kelly,  .UT.AU  OFFICE. TOKONTO  f CSTAB1.ISULD 188T  ��<<A'V- ,^*-*>"><:;^  r.A;.'- lyi,^'.  l>rebident.r'  4110,000,000  B   E   V.AXKER, President  '     ,'      A  iPaid-ttp Capital, $10,003j!KIO  ALEX,.LAIRD, General ManaSer j Reserve Fund, -      5,000,000  ' "'      ; s-1-^     ' *-' ,' '  Brandies throughout Canada,' and in the United States and England  i ���r^-y-\ -  -_ "/>"���''  -.^-r>x/-   n JI ��> IR! CS C ' .E^^y facility nlTorded to farmers and  COUNTRY   BUoINtdO      . Others for.the  transaction of their  j"   i ��� <r h-.��ness     Saios notes will be c^ished pr taken for collection.  b:inkin(�� tiusint.&s.    -���� ��',',,  .    ''    .���/.�������    nv    BaAll    Accounts may he opened by mail, and  BANKING    BY    ����">���**-.       monies  deposited  or  withdrawn .Q  this way with equal facility.   ' '   '   [    f       ! ' ,l5,  CRANBROOK-BRANCH.     .,"   : ���' ,    /. .     E-T. BBYMNER "-'  jt. A. SMITH  <sU0I2MAKI"Ki  Secretary -M01YE,  tonic  and stxcngiQemuB u�� ������~     JuTi  physician of l��gooxportencetatbotn��tr-  .ment ol v<kzax& pocnllar aitaente.   p^  ,r     ... 1?^*^   l   ,      6,000"    have    shelter    ov��  ' ^ ','AltS'l^  "���       'heads. . The bttanea are 1  ,'"'   '-  ryM^V \    \ -without Lirt^ture, wd^hoi  f        " :p^';lhv' - -,;   '-ing,' ^vitAout household.  . ���-     M^WrJ   '*  *   lAiA,.*, f���A. without sv  '  Dr. l'torce ���7-S^TnT^V PtoreeL  isrmr.   COUNTY  CO CRT   OF EAST   KOOTENAY HOLMS AT'FERNIE IX PROBATE.,,,  KOJTCB   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN* on   the'Wth  dav,  of   July, IMS,-It was  ordered  br    Peter,,  Edmond Wilsonp-E.^.re, Judge  of tho said  Court,that AS-tsVafgatoa Armrtroiig, Official  Administrator in and .for that portion  of the.  County ot Kootenay   .included  In' ^e   Cran  broo/ Electoral   Blstrict,    be   -*����^��t��r  of all and singular the estate of   PatnU O  Bnen late of Movie, B.C.,  deceased ���f<*~'  -Ev'err'creditor or other pernon   having   an>  claim upon or iuterest in the  dlbtnbnUon, of  the estate-ot the ?a!d'deceased, is  required to  send before the 1-ith day   ot August  a^ ^j  registered letter addled to  the nnders.Rned,  h,t name and addrtfr.-and the full partlcinlan,  of his Qlaim or'interest, and a statement.of his  account and the nature of the security (tf any)  'h After "tt said  last   mentioned "date,, the  Ad^uislrato; will fc'toc&l with the ,dlstribu  tion of the  estate  having regard   to    those  claims only of which he shall have hjd notice  DATED at Cranbrook,  B.  C. this 29th day of  Jul>'' Fame's tergusos- AKsraraoso.    .'  ....a -'-. ��Official Administrator  ,  i tli*.5>i*;"A.<��,  tKiftiW'"-  '-'l>-  ,.j^^A^  i.X'ifM  , *���     i.A,;'-.-','- :'  ���-' \A"*^!eii'"-l"-..;.',fev.  ,     ^*r-  -i+.��f.lr_-ll.fc  I'XCl^S&S.  . v''.;ri.fv.  fcfi>*i^'.ff*'��"J  u ntmaiis        CUA^BROOK IASD  3J��TBJOT, DISTRICT  ing, -without household, utensils,   of,easTkootekaV; .. ,  '     '    ''   ,   e '   j    A;��-V.r��i-if snnnliea'or I    TKm?, notice that SeVwyuiGwiUym Blaylocl.  Without food,  Without SUppl.es or , J^��3 Cif0coupatlon MUlC  Superintend   =  resources of any. kind.'A realiza- '   '-   -    ..-...^n'm  ���i.  tion of tfce actual situation is, we  consider, alone necessary to give  the outside world a true idea of  the .pressing need for financial aid.  |        GENERAL FLOAT        |  The Imperial Bank o! Canada  TAKE notice iuai obiw." ." j���   of Movie, B.C., occupation Mine Superintend  ent, intends to apply,for permission.ro pur,  chase the followinK described lauds.  Commencing at a post plantcc*.' about oO  chains southwesterly from the soiithweit cor-  ner'of Lot 4W9, thence Noith one hundred aud  four chains, thence cast, about twenty chains  to tbe BLitlsh Columbia , Southern Rallway  Rfght of way, thence southerly along said  rlRht of way to its intersection with the  North boundary of Lot -KW9, Group_l, thence  Westerlv along tbe said North boundary to the  Northwest corner ,oJf said Lot 10-19; theme  Southern- along the Western boundary of said  Lot'40l��to the'oout'h"west corner ol told 1.01  4M9, thence easterly along the southern boundary o�� said Lot 4M9 to the intersection of  the  _ ���.     ���    .     _  r       ur      tVinnnn     DAM f\\ Orl 1  3t.' '"Jdsepli's -' Convent.  ', '   - '.        -      .<> "    4'     >'r .  . NELSON, B. O.       r     , ,   ,  hoarding and'Day School conduct^  ed by Hie Sisters of St. Jfiscph, kelson  B C- Commercial ,andtti businesei  courses a Bpecialty.'" Excellence and  Avift- progress 'characteaize each de:  partment. Parents "should write for  particulars. One, month -assures the  public 'of,, tjhe thorouehness of the  Sisters' niethoJa , of tt-aching. Terms_  com,m-nce January, A'pril aud Sept^  Pupils are admitted during term   ' "' ���'  Tlii?tie ''Brand   Creamery  Butter '3 pounds for $1.00 ,.  ...-', ; "^   , > .  -' .Golden-1. West    Creamery  and   Thist-lo."Brand   ' Dairy,  Biittoiv2o cents per pound'.'  ��� ' </, "'        ^-1    '.  c y y  ;'��   .MOYIEaM. ..".',.  nAvey-,    McEartei; &  Macdonald.  ' I    I     .* ^ t  ��� - Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.^  Granbrooi. -   v2l��'  W. F. GU^RD,  ''���    BAKKISTEB, SOUCITOR.'TKXO.   ;  CRANBROOK.     A-    '        -p    '.B"C  :,_   C.H. DUNBAR/  Barrister, Solicitor/NoU.rj Tublic, Etc  ,' ��� Crari'brook, B. 0.' , ���    A " i  Cosmo  PTOr'AT ,THE  COSMOPOLITAN  '' '     HARRY DIMOcW Proprte'for.  , ,  i i  ,   -    '    IS}cai;est Hotel to the Sty Eugene mine,  ,   HeadquartersVfor ;Mipers.  BAR SUPPWED WITH J* W BRANDS Qf'lIQI/'ORS AND'C1CAr(.  ���   ,'       �� Eates $LOO W���day and up.f'. , ���      ;|  WHEN INV  CEANBBGOK  E. H. gMAf-I., Munacer..       ,.        ������  Good rooms, good  tables and'bar  ;and   (iret class sample n>OM8  DR. f/b.^MIIiES,  ,       ,  T>S31SriTl��T-  Cranbrook,    ;       B; C.  ^.      ^'"  George H Th-prnpson;  "'   Barristkk. Solicitor; ^ '  '���    ','      fr tnry Public. &c'     _,     '  CRANBROOK',-' ., Bkitibu Goluxbia  i     ' ^  WluTJ^weH  ' Express arid-General" delivery   Busi-";  ;' ness.j   Livery, and,  ��� Feed Stable.* *"*,,,a-  WOOD "^ANP,;.-: GOAL  'c'' ���' j <-AFor!'-S-aie ���' > ���">' .-  ���' Leave Orders^at^  T. T. MeVittie, C. E-, PL 3. II. C.fi-'iy. C  McVITTIB & PAKKER  Provincial Land Surviving  L< '     "  RAILWAY   &   5IXSISO    BSOIKBBBISO  Estimates Furnished.  ^OFFICES,, ��  Port Steele -P. ,0, Box 25. ,  t A_> * * **        *     '      '  W;-R. BBATTY.   ,-,   .   .,    ,^^,..>  ^,, wp-, ' ,;-;  , ,,��� ', /*.. tft'"i-1    r��� -.     '   j   '   -i'     " - Gwvnne's Store. ..a-, _   -���-. '.  **       ' " ' i> ���   A    I A( ��"'   -' /A  'V*'    ''"'   4'"' ��'"t���" " '  ���   jiEmbalmerand.Uudertaker,."5'Vr'' ' ^_ ��� A ,     '*V,.YBritish'��� Columbia  j-   ,   i,,, '���''!������ *��/ '/i(-p v -;^;  Phoiie 9.  CRANBROOK  LC  - .vv  maj.yggg^-^-'r.p; --> ��� ^ ��� 4019, tnence easiuny uiuhb "= =��"^"���          .       ,.>    ��� -  ^u^  Trri^V.TalBank   O?   Cauada diry otsald Lot 4M9 to  the intersection of  the                                           .  The Itnpeiial Ban*  o ^> RoUwfty Right ot Way. thence 80utheri.   Cranbrook P. 0. Box 11  opeued a branch m   M.ictiei    on ^^ saU rigUt o�� way t0 thc pol���t 0l com.  monuty.             dated'July2ir 1908                                                               BUv YOUR  i*i%.> "?'���?'  M;f-'  A Vernon brewer has been  fined $50 for retailing beer without a licenc  .There are more than 10,000 delegate's, their Wives and other visiters attending  the Eigle   convention at Seattle.  For the past week forest fires  have' been raging around Marysville and Kimberly.      k  It is understood that tho   Bank  of Hamilton lost several thousand  aollars  at Fernie  by   not being  '    able to close its safe in .time-  pagers are befng'made in Van-  DATED' July 24,1908  SELWYS GWILLYM BLAYLOCK.  NOTICE.  Take notico that I intend sixty days after  date to apply to the Hod. the Chief Commissioner of Landi and' M'orks, Victoria, to -purchase the following: described lands: Commencing at the northwest corner postof mill site on  Block 2S01, Group 1, Edbt gootenay district,  theute went 40 chainsi thence south40 chains;  thence east 10 chains; thence north 40 chains  to'point of commencraent; containing 100  acres, more or less.  -     ' .EDWIS O. WniTE.  Xioyic, August 13th, 1908.  INTERNATIONAL ;..  HOTEL.      /   .     ;tl  (This hotel is  now    under new  manageiaeut, and is first class  in every respect.  B. K  TAYLOB, Mgr.  Victoria Street. '   M.OYIEJ  SEN.DyYOIJli TT.ORK-   TO' 'TELE  KOOTENAY ,:    .  ..STEAM      V;   .  LAUNDRY.  'KELSON      '      '   ���  All -White/jLatoor.  ���     1  'TQ'b'aago m<  NOTICE.  Take notice that I intend sixty days after  date to apply to the Hon. the Chic! Commissioner of Lands and "Work's, Victoria, to  purchase the -following described lands-  Coinrneuclnu at the'southwest corner post  of   Block 2402, Group  1,   East   Kootaflay Dls-  - ���  -���---��� '���- - ���est 2(  east 20  from:  A B. Stewart: & Co  LINOLEUM  CARPETS  Laavo work with the local agent  r   A, Ba STEWART.  .\. <:'.'-,>> y\  MOYIE v-HOTEL.  - ��� ' r (  \   r-<   P, F. JOnflSloif' ' '<'  '"       ' ���  f Thitf Botelis New and well Furnished, T{|  1 Tables are0 Supplied with .the Best tni  I - ��� Market affords. The Bar -is, Filled wi��I  ~      '  the Best; Brands of liquors and CigaKI  <  HEADQUARTERS   FOR,COMMERCIAL  ���   -      '   AND MINlNp ME-K-" '      ' ��-''���",  (jv   'MOYIE -        .- .��� -;        - i-,   '   .    BKlTiaiICOM��  ��...- I _ ".'.s'l-l  O .t\- DE3A.DLNIETI  DE-MEI!  JV  '������?.���.  'MMi'M"  pagers are being maae in v uu- 1 lrlcti thcllcc llorlh2o chains; thence west 20  rmVvflr that   W.    W.    B.   ajlclnnis Lhainutbeiicis south20 chalnv.   thence east 20  COUVer tuai 0���,,':(l,AA from    chains; Uieiu-e  north   20 chains to   point   of  will bo the Liberal candidate rrom | comineuC(.mL.lUi coutalnhlg 40 acres more or  ��hat'   city    at the nerb   foderal jlcas. '���..,. wmTE.  election. Moyie, August 13th, 100.<i.  The provincial government has  decided to make a further donation of $?0.9QQ to the' sanitorium  for tuberculosis patients at Tran-  giiille near Katnloops  <T  ���   Teacher Retiring-.  John Simpson, who was principal of the Phoenix 'public school  during the past year, lias tendered  his re-ignation' to 'ihe school  bqard'. A?* f. Simpson had not been  enioyinp' the best'of health in  JPaoenix altitude, and will proba-  ablyspeodthene^fc year on his  recently acquired "ranch at Grand  F.irks. .     .  " Mr. Simpson spent a dayi-in  Mnyie this week' on his way to  i;alg*ry. Mr. Simpson was for a  year principal of the Moyit-  achool.  ^  il NOTICE.  Any person found cutting up  f()r wood, or nijpropriatin'K for  any other purpose, any piece of  timber taken out of lower Aloyie  like with the Porto Rico Lumber  ..U stamp Tn it -M-  When   furnishing   your  homo or hotel don't for  GENTLEMEN  If you want a  stylish,  up  lodsitc tailor made .suit, call  PROMPT  I?ELI VERY.  Queens? Ave.      MO.YTE  CARPENTER WORK.  |MAIL ORDERS GIVEN         ' PROMPT ATTENTION  AU parlies   desirous  of having -  any carpenter work done cannot  do better than communicate with  Wm. Bridges or "Wm tyeredith,  ��� Aldridge, Pi-ices reasonable.  Work first class. - Orders may be  left at .EitchJs store.. '  ^ot  wc can furnish  you      and inspect our spring goods  intm,jM*       before ordering elsewhere,  promptly and complete. -,,  We guaratee  all  Our Work.  piH����gwwr��gre��w^^  (JqOj B. Leask & Co.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  Our Wptk is our Advertisement  ��� i    ,--     ��� ���. . 1   t^ ' '''     .  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON, -  .-.   -'.'-'?. C  'AGN.TS.'   ���.-��� ���'>���'.;���  ,"/.  Mason �� Ilii<ch Piano Co.  Ostermoor Mattress.  GlobeAVernick Q^ice.Furniture.  JfeJ       repairing  and  Cleaning  pressing done.  Prices Right.  G. A. FOOT  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, B. C  Hea^   Oi-kioe ;  1 CRANBROQK  P.O.  ���THE���  See  V. S. Liddicoatt, Moyie, B. C.  ^, A     !-"_�����  Colic. Cholera nnfl  Chamberlain s Di.-irrhw.-t Rcm��!y.  Never fails.   Buy it now.   It >��ay sny. lift.  DJ-SACLX'IBK     K*1^?*   fAP?'  Lar^c Burn pic room in connection  with houacs for commercial men. Be  of aocc<rnmO(laliona.  Hc-adqi.'srlerfl   for   Commercial and Mining Men.  Q  'T.V.VH   AVKrU:*-;, MOYIE,  B, 0  Thinking of Spring  Painting, Etp?o  '  THEiST JREMEMI^ER  Bf Hs SHORT,}  CRANBROOK, D. .p  Pox A3. .".  I. ���: ���   : ���   . ':; ���    ;���  Will send competent  man to paint, kalso-  mine or paper your  home.  Summer    Excursion  Rates gsat, $60,00  From Moyie to Winnipeg, Du-  luth, Fort Willjam, St. Paul,  Sioux City.  Cuicago   ".  $7*5.50  St ^ouia  (57-50  New York '"8.50  Toronto  [HAQ  Montreal ..  -: - -...: .A ........ 105-00  Ottawa - - ��� ��� ��� - ��� .������������������ ���;���'��� - - -105.0.0  St. John, KB.  .......,....: 120.00  Halifax ...l.....:........-131.20  Sidney^ C.B.. .130.00  Tickets on sale- May 4 and 18^  June Ei, 6, 19 and 20: July (3, 7, 22  and 23; August ,0, 7, 21 and 22,  1908. First class, round trip,  NINETY'DAY LIMIT. "  '." Routesr-Tickets good "via any  recognized routes in one pr both  directions. To destinations east  of Chicago are good via the Great  Lakes.  For further  information  rates,  sleeping car reservation apply  C. .E. McPIIlSRSON, G. P. A.  Winnipeg, Man.  J. MOE.D.P.A-  Nelson, B. C.  i  Aa  m'de by the   present-brewer  5s   admillfdlv i��|  Beat Beer in Baal Kootenay. Willi tho BeaMalt^f  n o Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for quality-  Insiat on having Moyie Beer.  Bottled and .Draft Beer.  CHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  nMMIt��^m.!\xM1r,gm-r^MX/mi^MiM3JKanEt  rty fop Sale  IN ALL PARTS OF TOWH      f-  F. J. SMYT  Insurance, Real   Estate, Coilec  "Hi,,  fli -fj*  ��� $iM


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