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The Moyie Leader Aug 8, 1908

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Array X--  ^ X._  .RCE  -apital.sioj  fund, -  Ued States aodfc  ���"horded to fa,,  lhc lr!"isactiotl  or taken for J  1ic opened bju  csit"- or ��ltU  MiKRi J'-OK      ,      '  gENIRS  JSON, Jeweler  Ubjrqok. '   r.  r  7  Wu.*  ia, no is;  MOYIE, B. C., AUGUST 8 190S.  ~~~���      %\  '     'I  i' *  ���-    * I  11  '  J2A   VKAll  ;cnc mine  Miners, i  ' UQcousin  and up.  _r�� a  I' Boots andfrshoes  are ,tne' principal' of  *^pur sales' for tlie next' week.   Bigreduc-  tiqn   iri   pricesi \ See   show (window  j��,, Must reduce our, "stock1 No better values "ever offered  I^��i   j '' t  ',%���������        ��� '        .-     ,     '  " ,,,'-,'' ''       '  -  " - ^JfOR.   1( QUALITY-*   ,  ,     ,p'    '        ,.   ; *  np^Tobaccos;^ - 'Gohfectionery-  m%  jjOCK7rf fff-f  HL-JL        -i   -r *i^ i >-**- j ,  FHXJIT/'EaO.  ,-.... ,k-o>)     '... V '��" -    '  I. MOYIE.  m$kff* <��� ''ry'A'.y "A"," y _ 'V-p,  V.   ''''"7 '>.,'i*-  K1.. Lifo'-t and 'Accident Insurance. r  8%"-  MOYIE;fB;fC,  The latest news from Fernie is to the effect" that tlie  city Will be rsbuilt as fast' as it is possible ,t& get material  on the ground. "Temporary structures are being thrown  together for the men and their families, aiid with the outside help all are being provided for. Most/all the .miners  have money coming from tlie Coal Company' for last  month's work. There is work for, all the irien(who wish to  return, and most of them havp' al ready dorTe so.    ' '   '  .; ��� Of the 300 who",came to Moyie only about' 50  remain  aiid these - are ^womeri  and 'children.;-Thesef will  follow  their husbands to* Fernie in a course of/a fejfv, days.   ,They'  are being cared for at .the Bremner biiildmg/ which  for  the 'present is known*as the "Silver .Grill."/^ ���' '     ''.    ��� '. ,���  Moyiedid'her full--fluty  towards  the1' sufferers; and  .those who frame here for shelter are loud in"their < praise of  their'tre'atment: ������,    ,;   , firy- / ���'"  yfi.   *-f ,    : , .<  , Everything ia1 again quiet', and   ' Officers���F."'f J.'  Smyth'*   ckair-  orderlyat Fernie af&r the  con-f  ". .-', . A ^f ''I- .' ,,tt- ��� - V  flagration which blotted that fair  young city, off,the,map. There is  a little city,of; tents and  the ,peo-  pie, especially, the men, are going jtbam, theJEC.Vf JPfT. E. Kelly 'the  Back as fast "="     -Tk-*'    '   '"     '' '*'"'"'  ���-'���'--  man; T. E. Kelly, secretary;  S.  G.  Blaylock, treasurer."' *    J   ,,  Finance���A: P.'Sficdbhald, re-  presenting the'-businesa  men. <S.  G. Blaylock, thef mirief;^Vp J.  Feb  ;tbam. theJEC.'of Wt~. pf w^ndr ''in*  fAle^Vour^ Orders  At  ;*foiv  STS'aii  im '5 up.;  S.eW!8G^PRUKSv,ETG.'',',,  *-,'   ' if1,, .^"."'J-P^  ���;    V'.   ',*-���"        ���<     .   '       '       ,   -     ��   '  'K.ESH;' VEGETABLES;,..Everything' 'sea-  Uf' i.'-V ,son'ablefin*stock.".  -_ ���    -  *     i ^ *  as they^can- to' work Miners' Union; Jf.J. Smyth, the I.  '..and"'to rebuild'-the 0-��-F., J. A.* Jblinson, the  Porto  r+.y    ,*>>'.;. '    '���   Rico ILliniber no-mnn.n v-nnrl'-.Tr-iVir.  ���      - v '''- .- r-k < �����   i,      . �� :  Cb:6pfrative^A^  - - - .p;-sfEbiM,,,n*.- '"!���'.���.-   -. . ���  JELW POWDERS  - ^     ^    !      '    1   O k,     i ,, -^ , (  . ASSORTEJD FLAVORS ���' " .      ' ,  '-' t   a     r       v  ' r i , Is  1 pints���5 for  25 cents.    ���-"     ' '  aTJALITY FIRST; CLASS.  * -"\ v       ��� ��� , ...  >-    i,-        * ..,'..  TERMS CASH,.-'   DEPOSIT ACCOOSTS ,OPKNED. ;      ,  FARRELL   BLOCK  in the mines  city.    \ J,     ��� -.     - ���    ,   v-    ,  1 - |   < 1J   1 L.  '    * *��  ' One week*ago this morning'Fernie stood as the largest and probably'the most prosperous" town in  the CfowV'Nest1- Pass.'- At six  o'clock < that, evening there-was  nothing tmt; 'a heap' of stnolder-  ing"ruins.,''Pully,;4;000' souls were I  to  Rico Luioiber company,- and-John  Taylbr.'     "     ;_;.* "  ' .    - '..  .-"General  Committee���A.  Ferris,  Chas.' A. ATacKayC S.  G.. Blaylock,  J. W. Pitch; P. Pr Johnston, H. IT-  Dimock^ ^gh-^McDonald,, E: A.  Hill, B.E.  Taylor, < R. Campbell,'  J. P.- Parrell,. J.i S.  MacEachern,  '  sf"  ing ruins.,  jl<uiiy,;*,ijuu souls were I  , ' \ tf.     "*���" ���"*"��  homeless','and the' death list "will   Malcolm McNeiU.jM.J.' Gill,  Joe,  probably run clpse\to 50/C**   . -1"     _ ^cLaren, Harry^Swan,'Chas. Mac-  V-tOt-rtr .rf��jrfz_rf��j$r..siz. J^z-rfr i%  LEADING    HOTEL.  Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for. the Traveling Public.  and Commodious Sampte Rooms.      "     Billiard Rooma,  .' * '  MoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.     c  jave Just Received  no of Derby shoes in the latest models.  " suitings in 20th Century clothing,  ii field's underwear of the best quality.  a nifty line oE'Ceylon flannel shirts in blue,  ���dinal and gray.  A. HILL,  THE    FURNISHER.      r===___^  sir i^-rfi.i^z .rf-z-rfz-s*!-!^ -��* sir. ,-' iJuirJrSote *?*-$j  kperial Bank of Canada  Si.-,**-   '"i  " �� f>  tf Capital Authorized���  ^\   l ..���;.--���������'-  . Capital paid ��P ������  .The town caught from -a forest  fire,ft and ' the  "wind, -which was.  blowing "a perfect cyclone,' scat-*'  tered'itf. every where. ^A   gallant  fight was made.to_save' tKe city,  but jit ''was soon'seen':(that the  task wasa hopeless yone, and it  was a casejpf alljfleeinp; for ^ their  lives. ���- In two hours after the fire  started "the " whole   city T .was" "a  seathing mass of flames." .Only" 10  houses   are    left,   in' the l place.  Probably never in the history of  Canada  has   there   been such'a  complete destruction1 of a city.  1 i ' i      ,  A releif train loaded with foodstuffs, blankets and other supplies  was sent out from Cranbrook and  also doctors to   care for tho  injured.    The patients in the hospital were'all gotten out   in  safety.     The   prisoners     where   removed from the jail and mancled  together   and  taken  to   a  place  where they wouid be out of danger until they could be , taken   to  another prison.    They  have since  been taken   to    Nelson.   Among  the bnnch were the five members  of the "black hand"  who were recently re-captured.  " Eighteen bodies ��� have   already  been taken "from   the * ruins, but  probably   more   will   be   found  when the debris  is being cleared  away, f The loss incurred including the lumber in the mountains  will be $0,000,000.  When the news of Fernie's  calamity reached Moyie not a  moment was lost in getting ready  to offer relief-, A general meeting was held at McGregor hall.  Committees were appointed as  follows.  Donald  ;To Meet Trains���Joe McLaren,  M. J, Gill; J.clWf Fitch.- H. Swan,  EflO. Kamm.-Hugh.McDonald, W:  J.-FeItham,tChas!i j Messenger, ~Ed  Berglarid^ idhis: '& Mackay. * S'  Transportation���T. E:f Kelly, "S.  G.fBlaylock," A.~P. Macdonald.  .���Intelligence ,* Commitee���T.   E.<  ;KeUy,, P.-^F. ���' Johnston,--���,Harry  Gamble.',^ ., ,-   _y^'  ' :   -A-  Clothing For   Men.���M."J. "Gill,  C. A. McKay, John McTavish.  Clothing For Ladies-^-C/A. Mac-  Kay, R. Campbell. - '  Refugee 'Boarding House.,���Mr.  and Airs. A. Ferris, Mrs. vFoote,  Dr. Coffin, Mrs. Wappes, Mrs. Alex  Cameron, R. Campbell.  . The finance committee got busy  and circulated subscription lists.  The way the money came in was  a surprise to all.-' Oue hotel man j  putjhis name down for $200, and j  several others followed withk$100  each. Then came several others  with JJ50 and $25. Nearly every  man on the, St. Eugene payroll  gave a shift's pay and many of  them gave - more. TKe Miners  Union, the Odd Fellows and the  Knight3 of Pythias contributed  liberally. (Iu all about $3,000 was  raised.' ' -  The 300 refugees who came here  were well provided for. They  were cared for at the hotels and  private houses. In ,oue home  alone 23 found a welcome shelter.  Special meal tickets were printed  for adults aud children ancl^ these  were given out to all who required them. .  The Moyie ladies rendered  valuable assistance in the way of  making clothing for the women  and children.  I        LOCAL ASSAYS     ,    i  Football concert August 17th.  Miss Elsie^Schulzephas'gone to  Uosslaud.  �� t  James Lemon returned from a  trip to Spokane.  Mrs. Lucas is home from the  Craubrook" hospital.  Prank Ransome came up from  Spokane, yesterday, to join f hi3  ,wif e'l  Mrs. "\y. It. Stone, is here from ���  Spokane ^vUiting ' with Mr. and }  Mrs. I). A. Ayrea. iv J-    *  Stiff hats in brown aud black of  the latest styles, at E. A. Hill's.-  .   Phillip and Lillie    Conrad  are  home,from their -visit'with their  aunt in Missoula,' Mont:  t i , ,,  ' Miss Bdssie Scine'rt ,'lef fc Wednesday, for' Portland, Oregon,  where she will visit'with' friends.  . E.~A.! Hill was transacting business in Cranbrook the first of the  week. ���,       '-,'','  A/C. Clark has sold hi3 house  and lot. hare fand, h-is gone .to  Manitoba, where he will engage  in ranching. c �� *    ' "��� , -  Remember, the Fernie ' fire.  Now is the time to insure'.- ' See  F.-J.kSinyth for insurance. "' ���  .Miss Nicholson hi3 pissed her  examination for the higb > school  intermediate grade.   She.received  her certificate "yesterday.  A - *   " ' ,, '  1   "God and Disasteis" will be the  subject at -the   Methodist' church  to-morrow  , nijj;ht.        Everybody  welcome. ,'"     -    -    ' 'i-    ���  1 rf '    ���      '    l        -'   "       "  , D. J. E!mer was ap from Cranbrook'Thursday as a* member" of  the Canbrook-relief committea to  confer' wich the Moyie relief committee, r t , .V ' t. '������'  ''   t e *                   a  , I     1.  > If you require a mining fshoe of  the best quality, get��� Lsckie's,   at  E. Af'Hill'sA -' A ... ,"'" . .,"^ "' ,  We give below our prices on a  few loading  Laundry and Toilet Soans:    '  bars Kootenay Queen soap, 2.i c  , :j  5  a  4  3  2,  3  3  3  2Sc  2oc  20 tf  ,2.1 e  2S-e  25 c  1  2.i c  .2.7 c  50 c  " Golden West in cartoons  : Eclipsp, " ���'  I',oyesll(Crown ",       '��  White Swan,'"  .Sunlight      '  Fttls Naphtha '  cakes  Peet'fe Mechanics  "    Golden West Tar -  '"   Ilerron's' Casrile   i-  ,'���    Pears   UnSceuted  These are not special'prices, bat arc   those   quolt'd '  every cl^yto all our cGslomcrs.    You   n*. ay search ,  ; the market as close as you wUh^ybu will  find  n���.  .better.values than these.    ;n,e same niav  be  said  of o.ur slpck all���the, way through':    A cfullnr- saved "  on a,$20 purchase is an immediate return of $1 'or '  k5percento,n\voua",money:    We  can' easily*safe*.  MacEachern & Macdonald ,  Som.3' Moyie. Victim3.'-' j��� '��� - metal  ' Thr'Thoto-'-Car- leaves next  Wednesday, ,bufe Saturday and  Sand-lyf you1-   cia,kave    photos  taken'; without    money. c If - you tion  k, The'-Fc-rhie'fire hit "some, e"x-  Moyieites pretty ' hard, Wm.'  -Mills and nU wife and children,  came up on Sunday^nigbt's special  car.# vThay lost everything in the  fire aside from the clothes' on  their backs.,, They found a. good  home .here '< with' Mr. aud Mrs.  H*rry Swan. Mc Mills"'has''.'returned to Fernie and will' rebuild  as soonav3 he can procure (b'uilding  material.      ' 7e '      ',        J* '  Mrs! Jennings, sister of Wm.  Mills, was anothtr victim. She  was' interested in the Central,  hotel and her los3-.will bj nexi-ly  $30,000.   r"' '        -     --  '  with the, refugees.-  *       i  ���vB-irney'   Wilson,   the  violinist,  was one of the first'to set foot on  the platform when   tho trainload  of.refugees, pulled into -the sfca  ���MARKET.  NEwToRrc-'Lar silver, 53 cts-  Lead $4.75. ', CoPp6l., 13''cts.  '   London-���Lead, ��L3, 12s 0d '  Blair In   Trouble.  R''  H. pCrueman,   photographer  of  Vancouver,  will    be   here  ou  charSQ   6f P  August 10th, and will remain  for ,    -  one week only.    Mr. Trueman has Ito ^lDyie.'bLifc has returned again  been here   on    several   previous  occasions  and   his work is  first  Homo Erom Denver.  -$10,000,000.  ���������-.���-,-1,925,000.  __.���,.���-,4,925.000.  Ma    IJ      .       .  '"-Mini  Savings bank  department. f-  jlnUrost allowed on deposits from  d^te   of   deposits  S^SS&d quarterly.-" '-.-   r ��� '  "  ''fflM&BROOK BRANCH.  t��' f   J.F,M.,P  and  Last feunday John Taylor returned from Denver, ' where he  was attending the convention of  the Western Federation of  Miners. The convention lasted  only a little over two woeks, a  a much shorter time than is  usually the case. Mr Taylor says  it was fa. very,, business like  session;, i" ���-.  Baseball.  CoPfi ��i  i   .  L.  ^iw*i-;  iWP'f  .PINKHAM!, Manager,     "^  Was Going Some.  In 21 hours at Cranbrook following the arrival of the Fernie  refugees there ���were 18 births.  Tbe mothers aud the youngsters  are all doing well.  The Moyie ball team will play  the Craanbrook team at Cranbrook this evening. There will  probably be a game between the  two teams at Moyie oue week  from Sunday.  ^NewfSchool Flag.  The new flag for the Moyie  school is here. It.is a Union Jack.  A new pole is to be erected for it.  The flag is to be lioistoJ .during,  each school day.   -f ''���''  John,Mitchell announces that  under no circumstances ''will''he  take any part in the presidential  campaign,  Payday  Monday,  class.  E. A. Hill has a dandy line of  Walkover shoe3 to arrive in a  few days.     ' *'  ���   G. O. Buchanan,  distributor of  thet lead bounty, and _ F.   C.  T/  0,IIara, deputy minister of trade  and commerce,' were here   yesterday and were at the St.   Eugene.  Mr. O'Hara went, east yesterday  and Mr. Buchanan will  return to  Kaslo today.  It is reported that Mike Curtis,  who was pitcher for the Moyie  ball team for. a while, was killed  last Saturday near Spokane by  falling from a freight train.  When he left here he said he was  going to Seattle.  James Grant is back from a  visit to his old home near Cornwall, Ont. Mauy of Jim's old  freinds wore strangers to him, for  he had not seen them for some 15  years. Mr. Grant is again at his  old job at the St. Eugene.  PRIVATE BOARD���For terms  apply to Mrs. Clarke, at residence  receutly occupied by Mr. Moore.  Tom Calon came in from Saskatchewan on Sunday's train and  is again employed at the St.  Eugene mill. Tom was in Nevada  for some time after leaving here,  but has for some time been in Saskatchewan looking after somo  land which he holds there.  Chicago and Cincinnati papers  are devoting columus of space u>  Prank J. BUir, who aU siuUoulv  jumped out of Moyie * few week ���  ago afcer collecting $250 duo, hi'-*  employers,-Ldask 4 Co.,,. uf Craubrook., Blair, evidduoly - wiuc  straight  to     Chicago from   ht-re,v   .���    aQd he .was not ch��i�� ovoi-'a went  She came   up   to Moyie! before the police' were  after   hiiu  _.c -    v for abducting'"Veronica, .'Cadsidy,  aged 13,  from, her  bome.ac" lai  Pcoiia screec.   iBlair  iuderced~.au.  advertisement - in   one-   of   the'   _���    daily paperd in  chac  doy  asking  He carried his violin' under r. for a youthful girl companion  for .  answered '  the   O'a&siuy,  Jas. Mc-Masier, at  one  time  in I girl.  "Biair called a'c ' che   Cussidy  Burns'shop  here, (house and   took   lictie   Yet-onic*  away  to    Cinnciuuaci, ��� wnere  h��-  kept her two days passing her oif  as his  neice.    Tne    girl   became  homesick,-and after   reading   cuo  accounts of  the  abducciou,  Blair  took her to the railway   station,  put her on the train and sent her  back  to   Chicago.    Tue  girl  say-  Blair was kind to her, giving  ker  small sums of money and  buying  her story books,  etc.    Doctors de-  ���*w~. ���AutA.yAKx^ ^ mjuDi. j.i. - yuiii uiui.1. ^ iiocttinea ms vionn under lu'�� youcuiui girl couip  like them youf can pay on payday, his arm, and. hiked for, Frank his mother. Tuis 'was-  n.fE. Ilammoudrpliotographer..  i Johustou'sjhote]. '% by several, besides   the  y>'\   tt   .m      ���, _t-. . Jas. AreJVr.isfter.   nf.   ^.na   *-;.^,a   i���  I cirl.     Rim-.- ,-...Il.���l   ,.'*'~t.A.  saved only his clothing.    He came  id again  firm  for  to help rebuild for  the  which he was working.  Mrs. Geo. Wright's sister and  her husband, T. Ballea, were also  victims. They came up on Sunday's traiu<and are now with Mr.  and Mrs. Wright.  Fred Atkinson, who works at  the St. Eugene,  got  a  wire from  ���u uu. iji,Kout),  gui   a   wire irom   r*-"-��"'..>  l  Fernie Friday    that his brother  cIare    s^e    had    not     been   set  was caught   in  the  explosion at |ioilsly injured by her experieuco  the Fernie mine aud was killed  When Fred reached Pernio his  brother was about the fiist man  he met. He was only knocked out  by the gas and h-id recoyered.  However, he was in the fire the  next day, and was shipped as one  of the refugees back to Craubrook.   He is again in Moyie.  K. D. Stinson Hurt.  Card of Thanks.  The relief committee takes this  opportunity of extendiug its  sincere thauks to all those who  so gallautly came to the rescue  and gave their time and money  Monday vnll be payday at  the for th'e relief of  the  unfortunate  K. D. Stinson,   shiftboss at  the  St. Eugeue,  had  his  right  thigh  fractured   and    received    several  scalp wounds by  rock falling on  him  while  ho   was   in tho   mine  yesterday morning.   He  was  removed to his home as'quickly as  possible and was attended by Dr.  Coffia, who set the limb and fixed  him up to be taken to the hospital  at  Cranbrook    on   the afternoon  train.   This morning  he   was reported to be resting easily.  Want Harvesters.  Provincial Immigration Burke  declares that Manitoba, Alborta  and Saskatchewan ,' will require  36,000. harvest hands. As au instance of the demands, Mr. Burke  said at the village of Strassburg,  Sask.,'a new settlement, there is  at'present *a deniind.for oue hundred men.  St. Eugene.   The amount tjo  paid out is $41,000,  be  people of Fernie.'   Signed,  RELIEF COMMITTEE.  There has been almost contiu-  oua rain in Prince Rupert all this  summer,  beyond the  exeitemeut from   her  detention by the man.  Chief Shippy believes that  Blair.may still be in Cincinnati,  and there are several detectives  on his trail. At last reports ho  was still at large.  Detective Dubach has r-oino^red  the handwriting of Cnai-les Had-  ley, supposed murderer of 15-year  old Nora Fuller in San Francisco,  with the penmanship of the man  "F. J. Bhur," who it is alleged,  kidnapped 13-year-old Veronica  Cassidy.    Dubach says:  "I am convinced that the samples of handwriting were peumd  by the same man. Tom 'N' in tlio  word 'Newport' in tlie note let u  by Blair has a curve correspona-  iugwith that in the capital 'M' i i  the San Francisco leLter. Likewise, tbe *K,' the 'C and the 'IV  are similar."  When Blair  first went  to   �� hi-  cago he roomed at a lodging house  on west Madison   sti-f-Ht,    Ho  l��-f o  . ��� i ��� ���  somo   letters    behind,  one beinrf  from Seattle and addressed to hini.  at Moyie, B.C.  People who know Blair in Moyie  ,  and Oranbrnok are utterly unab'n  to account for his strange actions.,  While here he roomed at the Conrad, lodging house.    He  wa.- very  sfceaky in   habits and   was a fii'sj';  class   workman.    He   is   ab-iic -Ij'  years, .of age,   and   his   hair and'  board a>-o ringed  whh, gray.    I! .  ww not fp'yen to talk   vary mnu i, -  and he seldom  if   ever   took any  0U3 imo his confidence.  03?  Hi  Vi  ���I  ��� *  "   ' S>  |  v[  I  ��� .-  '' i  : I  i   J t  . 'I'  'a     t  r',.t  VA  ���trl  hfh  J'W  "? ���i.'/rrJ  '���'yitfft  ��� ��� m  \J4m  ,   ,     .V. '{fig  - ��� "::4%  - dpi  ��� \ iA^i-.iM  ~ '" 'iWrSI  "       -1;. -.'Ml  'lylm  d "$-M  .��? i\  .    ~, SI   6,|  I v.l  ;('  i   \'P  fit  '.'  i  Ml  ���*f       L  Sl.  ��...  'ii  .1  .���". i  ,|l',  *il  ,*.i  ':' ,^'>.-'-"ff  >$Myyi, K  ���'  V  * &*'  # T.  ^i ���  "l    *  f  --If  TIIE    LEADER,  J-'j r''s"';" '  A f   *' '>'  bu' ,',MV. ,lf*-  i. -A*' '.fi'  .''.>/.. i" iv  '����� #  >��� V r.ic    tA  i' il,  fj.  '*'  f'^T  "���a i-1 ���'���V   <      ^ wl  .p.,; ii-.w  'W*' -*,;  <i|'**j>' .-,��  pXV-tl'" ,w  . 'vJ,''^{-*"'>  "H .    ('-1   .I'M  BJ)e  REFUGEES  By A. C0NAN DOYLE.  t  Author   of   "The   Return   of   Sherlock  Holmes"   '  CopjTlKlit, 1K0. by Harpr & Brothers  ���?J f'���.       \r*Z,  . # I k... kr   il   *.   '  d^\tff?<  .tit.)    ',*   ' I* -  '"''-.it'*.    *t,  ..-r'.ln-.Jt.  ',Vf  3 ij ... ixi / ,    -,  <&&'    A "  ���!i i-'/,.*   rs.  ,_.���~f-,.-*;. r   (   ...  -Sl"-;''.lf"-* r.  , fy 1*3'  15- S*   ,  ,   J j&rji ;.-.-.  '.  ^     '**.k-   1IH - i  "} '.' /I' ''  i-.|;  '      MH   .���   ..'. ,    ft'  . %i:'.  ?     i��   3*-'* it       I,  1   I .    -    "I r��   VJ   i  S��W'  .fi&* ".��r^JT.  fern, up  ��   'ip-iahtl.*'V    '  #Vt'$\  ' '' '   ���������      .l'/4^��%V  ,   i, '     i ^tVrA-.;-  -   ."    -     ���   "       ��� :j^,**l"-.��. "i  MMtr-' -  fij k*fjs*.bi  v lit: "���>���"*���  '^ik-jTS-';  '.]*ik'��.e'.K  ir  MM"'  ���*- r?,y-  .  yst'i-  (Contimieil)  Rounn tlieVoiiu'i-'of me mole a pre.n  dm k.  boat   d:i.-lic,3    mlu   \ iw-,. rmi'C -  ruuuil with foam from her flying irro-.\  vrrtl fiom the- ton imIis of oars which  pn-ung   from   either   Milt   ol   her.     A  dainty --yhile eusigu droopod over hei  Bterui aiid in her Ijoy'* the sun's light  was caught by a   heavy  brass  carro  nade.    The captain bi-ouglit his flass  to hear upon Ihem and whistled; -then  be -rlanced up at the clouds once more  "ThUty meii," said hi';/'and they go  ���lliive puces to our two.'   You, sir, tula'  --oiir'blue coat off .this deck ov you'll  ii'-ing trouble upon u^.    Thc Lord will  look after his own if they'll only keep  from foolishness.     Cel these  hfilche*  off, Tonilinson.' So:   ^VlK���:x������^ Jim Sturt  nnd 11 Irani Jt-ffcr-ou?   hef them stan..  Ily to da;) ihem on again whoa L-whistle     Starboard; .-.���larboard!    Keep her  as full  as sbe'il  dr.iw.    Sow.  Aitio'=,  nnd you, Toiiilitusou, come here until 1  have a word with you."  '   Tho throV stood in consultation upon  tlie poop, glancing batk at their pwr-  Kiier;    There could  be no  doubt Ibal  tlie   wind   wns   freshening.     lt   bl,ew  ���hnslklv lu  their.Cnces as they  looked  back, but> it was liot steady yet, and,  (he boatAj-as rapidly overhauling them.  Already ttiey could see the faces of the  marines who s'at'in the stern and the  r gleam,' of  the   lighted  linstock which  the gunner held iu his hand.  '  "Ilola!" 'cried an officer in-excellent  'English.' "Lay her to or wfeYire!"  ��� "Who  are  you,   and  what' do  you  want?" shouted Ephraim Savage ln a  voice ttiat might Imve been heard from  Uie bank. <'  "  "We come in the king's name, and  we want a party  of Huguenots from  , Paris who came on board of your ves-  bcI at Roiien." '  "Brace back the foreyard and lay her,  s' to!" shoute'd the captain.   "Drop a 'ladder over the side Uiere and look smart.  So!   Xow we are ready for them." '   t  The yard was swung round, and ths  .vessel'lay quietly'rising and.Calling on  the wares.'  The bout dashed alongside,'  hor brass cannon trained upon the brig-  nntine, and her squad of marines with  -.heir Qngers upon their'triggers ready  to'open fire. "They grinned and'shrugged their shoulders when thoy saw that  , their sole opponents were tlnce unarmed men upon the poop. * The officer was  oiiftdeck in an instant, yitli his drawn  '   sword in his hand.        < ,.-    ,  oeiow, my friend,- salci the TuriMn,  who gathered the officer's meaning  from his gesture. Tutting the sole oi  'lis boot against 'the man's chest, he  gave a shove which sent both hiin and  The ladder crashing down on to the  officer beneath him. As be did so he  ���jlew his whistle, and m a moment the  liaU-h was back in its place and  ���lamped down on each side with iron  i ,    .  bars.  The sergeant had swung round at  Ihe sound of the crash, but Amos  Greeii, who had waited for tho movement, threw .his arms round bim and  hurled him ov'eibo-ird into Uie. sea.  At the'same instant the connecting  rope was severed, the forey.ird creaked  back into' position once more and1  tne "bucketful of salt wator soused  down over tbe gunner and his gun.  putiing out his linstock and wetting  his priming. A shower of balls from  the iiiariiies piped through the air or  rappfed ut against ihe plunks, but the  boat was tossing and jerking in the  -diort, choppy waves, and to aim was  impossible. In vain the men ' tugged  and strained nt their oars, while the  gunner worked like ac maniac to relight' his linstock and to replace his  priming. The boat liad lost its weigh,  while the brignutine was dying along  now With every sail bulging and swelling to bun-ting point. Crack! wont the  carron'ade at last, and fire little slit1--  {ii the miiinsail.iihowed that her charge  of grape had flown high. Half an hour  afterward a l\ttle dark dot, upon , tlie  horizon with a golden speck at one  ond of -it was all that could he seen  of the llonlleur guard boat. Tbe smoke  of,Havre lay hike "a .little ckmd upon  the northern horizon, and 'Captain  Ephraim Savage paced his deck with  his .face as grim as ever, but with a,  dancing light in his gray eyes. \,    ���  to Fram-cr*  "Bsick to France, if I can find my  way. h ouly to have a Vord with that  fool of a gunner."  ���'Well, we emptied a bucketful of  water over his 'linstock and priming,  d'ye see, so maybe he did ali he. could.  But there's Trance, where that thickening is. over yonder."  "I see it;-I'see it: Ah.'if my feet  were only upon it once morel"  "Theie is a boat beside us, and you  may take it." ,  "My God, what happiness! Corporal  Lemoine. tbe boat!, Let us push off at  once."  "But you need a 'few things first  Good Lord, who ever heard'of a man  p'ushin' off like that? Mr. Tonilinson,  just sling a keg of water and a barrel  of meat and of biscuit into tbis boat.  Hiram Jefferson, bring' two oars aft.  It's a long pull with the,wind in your  teeth, but you'll be there by tomorrow  night, and "the weather Is fset fair."   '���''  Tlie two Frenchmen were soon provided with all lhat they were likely to  require aiid pushed off .with a waving  of hats and a shouting of '/Bon voyage!" ��� The yard w,aa swung round  again, and the Golden Rod turned her  bowsprit for the west. ,  ' But whilo these things had been dono  the scnseldss man, beneath the mast  had'twitched his eyelids, had.drawn a  little'gasping breath and, then finally  haifopened his eyes. Old Catinat had.  come upon deck, and at the, sight of,  thc man and of bis'dress he had "run  forward and had raised his head���rev-  crenily.   ���> , ' >    '  "He Is one of the, faithful," he crledc  r:'IIe ls oiie of our pastors. ,Ah! Now  Indeed a ' blessing will be _upon our  journey!"      . f   ," ''  But the man smiled gently and shook  his head.   *'I fear tbat I may not,come  h-if**':.  !>5-V' *... -J  The Last Straw.  There was once a }.ko^^ *h'>  sat in fibnt at- the in.t n.gnt of a  new piece oi his curti IlUh l,ieUJ  failed���it  failed  dreadfully  Ab the playwiight .-a, Pf.f'f, ����  amid the hisses;,a woman behind mm  leaned  forward  and  raid  "Excuse me. sir, b'il, k"yvl",EA"k  to be the author of ,thi- plJX, * f��f,f\  the  liberty   at   the  bephi'iing  oi  tl io ���  performance of nippme oh a  ,oc!vi|7\  vour hair.    Allow me  now to  retuiii i  it to vou."���-Stray tfuiiies.  THEY FELL TWO RULES.  Two    Lady  MEN'S  COSTUMES.  Thrilling    Adventure    of  Batloonists.  The terrible fall of two women para-  two  miles was  recently de��,iib.o   v.  ,  one of them.       , Sl.epaid  The   women���Mii--   L"!'1^    ol'*'  and  Miss  Louie  May  ascent   from   l.oii'-ton  The Change That Came When Powder  and Snuff Went Out.      ,  The French revolution had its effect  upon the fashions Ot JSOO as well aa  noon ii alters of more weighty Import.  So' tendency being greatly to simpli y  izil I cosJumes.     1oun��   men   j ��  ^  mad, an    adopted   the  ��^^ta iS^at^ in  (Stu.fordbhirr). | coat  wl    P^^,1.00^ ITr.^r.^d to  To Digest  the Food  Bile irt the iiitertiiiPo i, as iR,Wll  to disgestion as aie tlfo t'a-fu,-'. ,  in tlie stomach und bile i, oiilv"1-518  plied when the liyer -.- Ju my ^ ,  dition. , Wu  The   serious  anl cIitoiiJc iornn f��  indigestion  are  cured  by Jjr  \ n'  Chase's   Kidney  and   Liver 1'ifi, 7'  can.se of 'their influenci; on t'u..'  An Oil Without Akohol.-So P oi .  and many medicines have nlro i.n ..��  a prominent ingredionl. A J��dlC'���s'  mingling of six cBi-ontial oi s coin-  pose 'the famous Dr.- 'JhomM Lcl. c-  tric Oil. and ihere'is no alcohol �� it-  s-> that its effects a-e lusting. Ilw.u  is'no medicinal oil compounded th.it  can equal this oil in its picvenlno.  nnd healing power.   -   ���  "T don't believe in tb.it doctor."  "Why?" ��� ' ., .  ���   T  "He   didn't,   tell   mo   everything^  .wanted  to feat  was   bad   ior  m<?-  London   Opinion,  Somehow a coinphmont is ,p1ea?jn.2  to a'woman even "ttlio.n s-he knows .t  isn't-sincere. ,  \jh A; P i t  if*-.^*' Aiv  A.   ���'fAi-V'^r,  'KSp-'Ste,  - mi-\*i ���  '������i <,-", j.*-11  r it*,:, +-1'  .In .'.1* ' ^ ,-  t\'.y't'7  m  ? ^   n  j-   ;*  fl   "^  t   ��� <-  - k  1            !���)-  ' '���'  r ���..,' ���  ��� .''  (  i'', ��� ���>  -  1             -   -r *  r  ��� v <���   -"iy*-'  As)  ���j-it.-.  piym  'i*.,K  ���**(�����  yyy,  ������>'"; V  .la' ' *"t. ���>*-!.  <*'��� i  :'%:���:  'J-1', f'\ \}; ���  \X\>Wdf}-:i-  '  R-l ff,:;  '���'l' 'ff ^yf,  M/.-t^'"  �����&'��� \  > f, i'J-: X  *rt5-"'''  :mm  Wi  i'dp'-'i  '-,,'���'?������  '���'i  A-Pi  iiy  af-pa--.-  yy  :f ;,-'-;.}',,  Pi:  fff a  "''!���";  fVP  .-:'-L. -  :>i.lb  -lafi.f'v,   i.C  >.vS.<��i'-~itei  "J tli Ink that ynxi ore. hnt down bHnw "  Tjinc   tip.   two   of  you,"   be  cried.  "You stand here nt f lie iiMd of the ladder, sergeant.    TInow up a rope; and  you can fix it lo (Ins stanchion.   Keep  , awake down tliere and be all ready to  fne.    You come with me. Corporal Lemoine.    "Who is captain of this ship?"     ]  '    "I   am,   sir,"   said   Ephraim   Savaae  submissively.  "You have three Huguenots aboard."  "Tut. tut.    Huguenots,  arc they?    I  thought they were vory anxious to get  away,  but ns long as they paid their  passage   it was   no  business  of  mine.  An old man, his jouug d.uighter and a  young fellow about your ago iu some  soi t of livery."  -In uniform, sir���the uniform of tbe  king's   guard.     Those   are  tbo 'folk   I  li.ive come for."  ������And you wish to take them back?"  "Most cirtalnly."  "Tire old  man is in bis bunk asleep,  tlie iimid is in a cabin below, and the  ollici is sleeping down the hold."  ������si'M'ping,  jou   s.iy?     Wo  h.id  best  $h. 6uipn.-c hini."  -But thiirlk  you thu I you dare do lt  lloni'V   lie Iris no arms, il is true, but  iii- i-. a well grown young fellow.   Will  P\ou not have twenty men up from the  i..rat:"  Koine suili thought bad passed  through the oincer's head, but the captain's remark put'liini upon his motile.  "Come with ine, corporal,",, said he.  ."Ilowii tills ladder, you ..say?"  ', '"'Yes,'down; the ladder and straight  on.' lie lies between those two cloth  bales." ' Ephnum. Savage looked up  wllh a smile playing about.the corners  of'his   grim   in.ouili.     The   wind'was  ��� whistling now in  the rigging, and the  ',. stays of'the masts were bumming lik-*  two harp strings. Amos Green  hiuugfjd beside the French sergeant  who guarded the end. of tlie rope ladder, while Tomlinson. the mate, stood  wiih a bucket of water in his hand  exchnnging. .remarks - in very bad  l-'rench with the crew of the boat beneath bim.  The   officer   made   bis   way   slowly  down   the   ladder   which   led   into  ths  , hold.    Tliecorpor.il followed him, and  ��� had his chest level with the deck when  the other had reached the bottom. Il  may have been something In Ephraim  Savage's face or it may have been the  ghrom around him which sturtled the  young Frenchman.  "Up again, corporal!" he shouted.   "I  think that you 'arc best at the top."  "And L think thai.vou.iiro best down  CHAPTER   X,VII.      ;'-  OR two daj .s ,the Golden' Rod lay  'becalmed    close    to    Cape    la  Hague,  with the Breton coast  extending "along  the'whole  of  tlie' southern   horizon! ^ On   the  third  morning,    however,    came    a    sbwp'  breeze,' and  they.drew rapidly  away  from  land, until   it  was..but a'vague,  dim line which blended 'with tbe cloud  banks. , i-  "I am 'frightened about my .father,  Amory." said Adele as they stood together by the shrouds and looked back  at, the dim cloud upon the 'horizon  which marked the .position '"of t that  France which they were never to see  again. '        *    j  "What  do   yo'u   mean,   Adele?    My.  run'clc is hale aud hearty, and be will  accustom himself to this new life.".    ,  14 "If iroiily could bo so! But 1 fear, I"  fear  that he  is  over old  for  sucIk a  change.*- lie says not a word of complaint, but' I  read upon his face that  he is stricken tp the heart."     i ,     ,  De Catinat was about to suggest that  v the   voyage   might   restore' tbe   mer-  | chahl's'healtbf when Adele gave a cry  off-surprise  and ipointed "out over the  port quarter.. V ' ' ��s   .---*','**     A. l  "Look!"-she cried."' '-There'is'something floating upon t,he sca.\'l_��aw It  upon the crest of a^wave."'"    "'  "' lie looked ln the direction In which  the .pointed,  but i't -was so far fi-om  Mm'that'he coulu make nothing of it,  but sharper eyes than his had 'caught a  glance of il.  Amos Green had seen, the  girl point. .,  "Captain Ephraiui," said he, "there's  a boat'on'the starboard quarter.'.'  Tbe Xe'w England seaman whipped-  up bis glass.  "Aye, it's a boat," said ho, "but an  empty one. Maybe it's been washed  off from some ship or'gone adrift from  shore. Put her hard down, Mr. Tom-  liuson, for it jus^ so happens that 1  am in need of a boat at' present."  Half a minute later'tho Golden Rod  liad swung round and was running  swiftly down toward tbe black spot  ' which" still bobbed, and danced upon  ' the- waves. As they neared ber they,  could see that something was projecting over ber side.  "It's a man's headi'f cried Amos  Green. ,  Cut Ep'iraim's grim face grew grim  ,nnr "i|\- :i innn'i foot," said he. "1  /Iiink that you had best take' tlie gal  ���ielow to the cabin."  Amid a solemn hush they ran along-  dde this lonely craft which bung out  ,0 sinister a signal.  She wus a little thirteen-foot cockleshell, very broad for her length and  so flat in "the bottom tbat she had been  raeant evidently for liver or lake work.  Huddled together. beneath the seats  were three folk, a man in the dress of  i respectable artisan, a woman of the  same class and a liltle child about a  vear old. The boat was half full of  water, and the woman and child were  i-tretchod with their faces downward,  tho fair cuil�� of the infant and the  dark locks of the mother washing to  nnd fro like water weeds upon the  surface. The man lay with a slate  lo'.ored face,  bis  chin  cocking  up  to-  vard the sky. his eyes turned upward  io the whites and his mouth wide open.  bowing a lealhein crinkled tongue  like a rotting leal". In the bows, all  huddled in a heap and with a single  p-uldle --till grasped in his baud, there  i rouched a \ ery small man clad hi  Mack, an open book lying across bis  face and one stiff leg Jutting upward,  ���villi the heel of the foot resting between the rowlocks.  A boat had been lowered by the Gold-  '���:n Rod, and . the unfortunates, were  rooii conveyed upon deck. No particle  ���jf cither food or drink was to be found  >r anything save the single paddle and  lie open Bible, which lay, across- the  small man's face. Man, woman and  '���hi'ld had all been dead., a day at thc  'eiist.  aud  so,  with  the  short .prayers  ised upon the-seas.-they were buried  "i-om the vessel's side. The small man  ������iad at.first seemed also to be lifeless,  'mt Amos had detected some slight  flutter of his heart, and the faintest  haze was left upon the watch . glass  which was held before his mouth.  Wrapped in a dry blanket, he was laid  beside the mast, and the mate forced a  few drops of rum every few minutes  between bis .lips until tiie little speck  of life which still lingered in hini  might bo fanned to a flame. Meanwhile Epbrnitn' Savage had ordered up  Ihe two prisoners whom ho had entrapped at llonlleur.  "Very sorry, captain," said the seaman, "but either you had to come  with us, d'ye seo. or wo had to stay  tvi'th you. They're waiting for ine over  at Boston, aiid so in truth I couldn't  tarry. Wliich would you prefer, to go |  ou wJtb us to America or to go back  Minard's   Liniment Cures  Colds,  etc'.  '"Gumboil and 1 have made a bet  and agreed to- leave it yon. Ho suyfc  u drowning man gets Jus '"����"',V1 '  of wator, and T say,ho doesn't. Winch  'of us is right?"      ' * ,,  , "What are the terms of the wagerr1  "The loser is'lo pay: ior a dinner lor  tho three of us." ��� '  1  "H'm���I   never   knew ��� Gumbolt - to  pay a, bet.'   You lose."��� Chicago 'Tribune,.                    -       .   ,  KEEP' CHILDREN WELL  ��f4 ^tlloSS' -ho said, "and  I an as much at hnnio in ����e     r ^  ^J^S^'^d    to   work  and we 4re 'not able to descend when  .we intended to at a height of a lew  hundred   feet.     Wet, wont up  and  up  ,until we had readied a height of II.  000< feet. ��� We   passed    Ui rough    twp  clouds, and that made matters worse ,  as  tbe  clouds  made  tho  material  of I  the parachute wet.,  "I liardlv know what happened, i  remember 'Miss May jumping on my,  knees.   She must have lcu|X-d live feet  through the air. Uw.f Vi;7./'n���  thingV do, but slup^uhh spb'-rtchdiy.  'nnd then we bejran to-descend.  "My  parachute was- ���built  U>( enrry  only one  passorn'or,    and.  tho ' ox-.ni  weight made it descend, with ternplo  'rapiditv.   Miss Muv was on inj; knees  'all the way, and -J*e was not injured-  much- '       ' '.  "Wc  were using  a  now apparatus  'for freeing the parachute,*which worked 'all  rirht in_ the  tests,  but lulled  ih   actual practice."',  pensive by  - - ��� .  Bbort hair became universal.  Trousers and Wellington boots, nt  first ��orn ouly by tbe military were  adopted by civilians about 1814, and  'the Suy of the-early Vietoriajr-em  wore bis tightly strapped down. Ho  also prided, himself on lite starched  ' collar,, .which bad gone, out ,o�� favor  under George IV., who preferred a  black Bilk! kerchief or stock: '  ' The snuffbox vanished, and the characteristic ornament of the age wry�� the  -bunch of seals hanging from the watch  chain Various modifications took  place from tlme.to time during Queen  Victoria's long reign, but tho form of  men's'dress practically remained  un.  altered. , ,       .'.  The knickerbockers? ,aud tweed suit  of the country gentleman are of .comparatively modern date, as well as tho  wide awake, the soft felt liat-L-n-;-  llsh Illustrated 'Magazine. < /    ,  -   ''I'll, wby do'you speak of n.wtftnaa  i\f a iiUtn's bflUer'haJff"       '  "I ,lon'li know, nnlofta its,bcamAc  she carries the poelwtbook, ���Hat-oil  Free .Press. " ^ (,  ���'Wise mothers .who know-thc virtues  of Mother Graves* Worm Ivxtonpina-  k.uu.ov    ����    v..k-.*    .......v.ik-k;   (.Ml   l|]��� J,,,   ���  causnig"a-'good How -ot bsk t0 "P1,-.'  gestion and keep the li/!v-��!^ ^.,',,1*  thereby, preventing   tc'iiuc.'u.it.oD "oi"  the food., tbe formation of ei. jj  all the, dis. areeable bini|.'i..ui3 0|T  digestion. '-->'  -  Jjong standing 'casei o{ chronic in.  Sdigeetion/yield,, to  Dr. .\ W  cW.  Kidney and,Liver Pill.- aitur all-f,-  has failed.  Here's the proof.  "I   was   for  ninny  years   houlM  with , indigestion   and   h'j.idiiclii; u*  derived   no, benefit   from  i  remedies '1  used.      A lii'-m!  the use of Dr. Cli  Illtllf  wkxti  u    nubiiiu   ^/i..k-��.k.���    . .-,,    .     .    .  v/...^^.��������            , n,k   /The injurv to Miss Shepard s spine  DURING   HOT  WEATHER    is said  Ui^be serious/but.not mcur-  ' '      'able.        ,���'<>',''.  Every mother knows how .fatal'the  summer months ' are to'. small clul-  dren. > Cholera infantum, 'diarrhoea,  dysentery . and stomach troubles* ate  alaimingly frequent at-this time and  too .often a precious, little life is .hist  after a few hours' illness. 'The-moth:  er who keeps Baby's Own .-Tablets in  the' houses feels safe'. . Tlie occasional  use of Baby.'s Own Tablets'prevent  stomach and ���bowel troubles, ,or - if  the - trouble,  comes   suddenly-^as     it  p  RED-HAIRED CALEDONIANS. '  I ' '      ���,     A      I       f^    I I  Scientist Has Been Studying Pigment-  ��..���  k.���v,  ��.  .a.. , ..nsr-V K-.Jiiej Ln-t  Pilla and after hiking four L.xojUj  results is-that I am once more m fi^j  lulf enjoyment of tho    Lb-ung- |j L  good  henUh."-*Mr.   Uuiu-uu McPh-j-i  son, Conteni,# Alia. , '    i\  One pill a dnp.��, 25 cants n lox. ^  al} dealers' or Kdinan'-oii, Cjuh i  Co., Toronto.  Dr.^- W- Chase's  ; kidney and  Ir  * , i ���* f  SrlS ha^^at han^iecka*.   '^^  it proves'its value. ,     ��� < -      . ���'  ,,  '\dv,y  t [ P.roseifce  of  M-.nd.  0 wr(er of "th'e Coop-��^\ l��i * in t'A-J  ' (iuick-witUid lttoUi-- (���'ollhhlia  Ration, In Scotland.'  *Bod^iair,is found ,in distinct excess  north of the Grampians, -and especially in the northeast of Scotland Mr.  Tocher, . Peterhead,' who ', has.., made  tho question'of pigmentation'a special  ,j ,��� ��� .,,, study, and hat justAbeen hel]>ed to  the; trouble, comes ^^f"1^?.- "-^ conclude a color surv6y of the school  generally does���the Tablets-will bnuj, ^nd^Ti^-over- 500.000-of pScotland,  the little one through safely. Mrs  G  Bays?-*-My  baby was  suffering with j ��� --    ���       mf ;     .    .  colic/ vomiting   and   d arrhoea,     but  - tug a^unuma. ^^ ^ ^  after giving him Babys O^.Tablet^ - a-'distini "     "  children���over' 500,000���of '.Scotland,  ��1= ...^ v����� ������--g;v W'-A, 0n(, > announceci this as one of his results  i^f-irba^ **���� JS3 ^-ational Insti-  kneellnu hand tn hand heforc the dying ���  <       -, ' .pastor. '    '   ���  .this journey with-you." saicl hc, ."for  the Lord'lias chlled me upon a farther  journey- of my own.    I'have had my,  , summons, and* I am ready.  rl am'indeed the pastor of the'teniple at lsigny.  and when we heard the'orders .of tho  wicked king I and two of the faithful,  with their little one,'put forth-in the  hope that we'^might come lo England.  But on the first day there came a wave  which swept a way one of our oars and  all  that was  lu  the "boat���our bread,  our  keg,   and  we  were left with   no  hone save iu him. ..Aud then he began  to"call us to him. oue at'a time, first  the' child   and   then   the   woman  and  then 'the   man.'-  until   V only  am  left  though I feel that my own time is not  long.    But",  since ye are  also of  the.  faithful,  may I not serve you in any  way before I go'."' t  The'merchant shook his head, and  then suddenly.a thought flashed upon  him. and he ran, with joy upon his face,  and whispered eagerly to Amos Green.  Amos laughed and strode across to the  captain., .        " ' n  "It's time,"' said Ephraim Savage  grimly. .  Theu the wlilsperere went to De Catinat. He sprang iii 'the air, and bis  eyes shone with delight. And then they  wontidown to Adele In her cabin, and  she started and blushed and tr.vued her  sweet face away and patted her hair  with her hands as woman will when a  sudden call i5- made up in her. And  so. since haste wns needful and since  even there upon tin* ljuely sea there  was one coming who nl ght al any moment snap their purpose, thoy found  themselves lu a lew -minito*.���this gallant man nnd this puie woman���kneeling li'iud In hand lit-fore the dying pastor, who raised hi-< tli.n arm feebly in  benedict!-in as Ik- inu'lend tli-' words  which should ma';.' them f n-cver one.  Ere lb" stass had wini-il ii;:.iln one  .rtoi-e tDihr h.id found ii's,t nlin.iid of  Ihe Colden Kod. and the si'iitleicil (lock  from N'.guy had found tin if pastor  once morf  (To Le Continued.)  the trouble disappeared. I Vould ad  vise'.all-mothers to keep a; boS: of  Tablets ahvavs at. hand.*,' Sold by  medicine dealers,/ or J y mail at 2yc  a box, from The Dr ..Williams Medicine' Coif; Bro'ckvillc,'.Ont. '  ���   PASTiMES-OF   MADMEN- .'-  Cunning -and*" Ingenuity ' Displayed by  ��� .:*-, V-l .'. . tj,e' Insane.,', ' l> 'A ' ,"  r- Some-'of the Inveutious of the,insane1  are of pcie.ntificM;;*lue. A- patient, at  Viljejuif;invented a ������pnnlficatlon ma-t(  chine" byf combining a* bottle, a plank  and smalf metallic, tubes, to w,hicu-be  had fltte3'ffaucets.-'; Haying-set. up( bis  machine,- lie produccd-dbayes of bread  the =ize"of a'man's head:"-The bread  w'as good���sd-gooli'-H'liat it was'decided  to makefile machine known.".-One tlaj;  'whiiii it was iri'a-'tiou the doctor sug  gestod taking a photograph of it. ^The  inventor watched'him as if petrified  for a moment; then he. fell upon the  machine, wrenched It apart and trampled lt underfoot. The invention,- an  exceedingly useful one, was lost, bo-  cause no'"*'9rTe~*Bacl seen him make it,  "and no one dares speak of it to him.  To allude to it ls to bring on a furious  :< thick.  Most lunatics", no matter how contented they may be, generally cherish a  furtive longing to escape. They collect wax from the polished floors, take  tbe impressions of locks at-d make keys  from empty sardine boxeS, spoon handles or anything to be found. Dr^Marie's museum includes a collection of  knives of strange and unheard of  shapes. Some of them have blades  made from pieces of glass or slate and  set in handles of corset steels. Objects  harmless in themselves 'become dangerous weapons through the Ingenuity  of madmen.    ,  Insane sculptors are as common as  Insane painters. " The insane sculptor  hews out coarse statuettes, fantastic  animals, ferocious little. horued and  grimacing ' devils. An ex-mechanic  carves all his soup bones. That his old  trade is still i'i his memory is showti  by thc little screws that he makes out  of the smaller pieces of bone.' lie  works ail day at his senseless and  ridiculous task. Another lunatic, who  believes he is the incarnation of the  soul of Beelzebub, passes his time  carving toy men out of wood. Each  pair of his creations are joined together, now at hie- necks, now at the  shoulders.���Helen E. Meyer In Harper's Weekly.  said;'(thereis a-'distincttpredominance  of one type over the others. In North  ^Gcrm'a'ny and Swe^en^-hc.isJthe blonde  typo; io Italy the rSruruette.   fNfo such  prov    -'';      Har��J Lines .For Bachelors.  "Korea's the .wrong place, for bachelors',"/ ��aM-a .iraveJer^Baclielors^in  Korea-'ore considered as children and  haVo only cblldretfs privileges: f^'You.  .i Korean'baeiie!or-gQiY"tUIrsty. wsrou  ente'r a rest bouse and,call''formalin  wine. The' pretty HI He amber colored  waitress says: ,     ,      _    ���-      i.rPi���'P,  "'Married?'.    '"        \iy      7    ���    i  "'Xo'/ says you.     '*;'**'' ' ,'���  7 "'Horans  I'bon,*' says: she,''- and opt  you go, unslaked. ys , t'  "Yon .want'ko vote, but'they,, won't  let you if you are not married/ "' " '-���-*  . "You apply for a Job somewhere.  'How many children have youV'-'-lstbe  .first, question you're, asked.^, .And as  aoon as you'say you're 'unmarried tbey  laugh'f in yojir Jfacip.'to- think tbat you  'npbod/ In-'heal  li'-eepiun'.  l-'ftai  Ub chltlggj  ���S��nS ri=T $S   ^^Idpros^me lb apply tor workaiiy-  Dark  hair  and  fair    are   present   in     where."- ' .   r    \  equal proportions.  ,The,domim--iL color  'among Scottish children is -brown,  rand it has to be shown how far "brown  'is really  a  blend  of' -fair;and ,dark.  is realty a menu oi- -nut r ��uu ,ua.��. the Se.-l no sound wns to IKik  ��� If -it'-is  so theie is  eyid����ee erf thei ���etulilllt pln,at of^lhe v,  formation pf a new type to Scotland.. ' disturbed at  r    The proportion, of red-hair-through-   ,aA^?      ,,      -,   ,.��� ,,W* <-ini  r..fou,J. J���'nt.rv   ��* �� Ki.Of\ over 5 Dor   -.-"Come," said .the host, Mel  *VIusri and CF.css.  As Js well known, fcir waiter Tar-  rntt, M. V. O.. the newly appointed  professor of music in Oxford univerni'  ty. Is au i thusiastic chess plajer. On  one occa-iion at St. Michael's college,  Tenhury, he undertook to play two  men in consultation and at the same  time play on tlie pianoforte fioin memory pieces selected hy those present,  from any of the classical .writers for  ��� that"instrument, lie not only played  brilliantly during the gamed,' never  once looking at the hoard,, hut conversed animatedly willi: several persons, who did their best to distract  hini. The game lasted im hour, and  Sir Walter was the victor. His piano-,  forte selections while the game was in  progress came Troiii such giants as  Bach, Mozart, Bec-lliovcn, Mendelssohn  ��� nd Chopin, and he afterward explained that for the greater part of the  hour he had been intensely interested  in the efforts of a (ly to. disentangle  Itself from a spider's web!��� Wcstm'n-  sfor Oay.ette. ,  .outilhe cduntry i? a Kttle oyer 5 per  cent.���high compa'red with the* continent. '   bne'.cannotr -overlook-* the reler-;  once.. of-s Tacit,us >i to,   the. red-haired  Caledonians. rf.So'me^J 'curious,    facta  brought,to UsTil!"suggest that red'hair  'is' -not' entirely 'or..strictly   "a   racial  trait. ���������  It. may   have.- some - peculiar  physiological il not pathological.connection. ^ ','      -'; h   - "    ,     , i   - '  Mr. ',Tocbcrphas   found ��� a   distinct-  difference, bciwceri the color distribution of children in-densely populated  'parts and in rural and less populated  districts.'    Emigration   has   also   pro-'  duccd an apparent tendency to excess  in certain forms of mental and physical defects.  ' In the main  the difference between the distribution of color  !in  Glasgow  and' the  general  population is 'due to children of both Irish  and foreign' nationality.  Consumption Is Common.  A skilled surgeon and physician who  executes t{ie post-mortems at a well-  ' known infirmary in the north of England says that recoveries from' tuberculosis consumption are far more common than most persons believe. He  writes:     '  "From post-morle'ms. upon cases  dying in the hospital from a variety of  conditions, and which have -shown  during life no evidence of tubercular  infection, I would compute the number of cases of cured tubercle at "CO  per cent, of the_ total post-mortems.  In forming tins computation I altogether disregard cicatrices found in  lungs' and inchidetonly gaseous calcareous nodules which are evidently of  considerable age. This, together with  the chemical fact that tbe' patients'  havo durin? life shown no sign of  phylhisis anrl have 'died from some  entirely independent disease, leads  one to assume, ^ and T think justly,  that these are cases of cured tubercle,  and, further, that tuberculin infection in a human subject is far more  common than has been previously  estimated."  ��� "     The ltaj Palm. rjya        yy  ���In   the   moonlit   garden- overlooking  the ��e.-i no sound wns to bet heard save  mos��iiiltoes.v'  tbelrfood,'  'Come," said .the liost "let usgo and  Alt under ,tlic tta ' palm.    They   won't  "bother ns'-tfifire.','. i. -     \ j-..'. >   :"'?*",'-  .'' In comfort under the Ita,-be^went-on:  ',   "This tree Is from the Oilntfcn deltax,  -he'.home'.or  the  Warau' trilie.  (LTho  Onhioca'dcha Is-Infested^wlth mosq^K  -toes" to"'an * Incredible^ clegroe.-''Tho  ;Waraus."to escape thorn, live In a palp  -.whose odor the "mosquito can't put up  with.   ,*"."'���  "This is ��� the* palm���thc ita���which  makes the naked Warau's mosquito  proof bed. A handy thing It is among  these salt marshes to have ln a garden  too."   , *    ' '  -���"AVhen IIollo\yiQ-'fl Goju f'ufe'in-f  plied 'to,' a colrii ot wmi il t;il- ^  roots and the .CalV-'ity l-ome< ��i  without anyMnytry to the tle.-h. --  ' The dpctpr'bf'aii n&; bun, Yu-u tbwl  :ing-'an - i'litefe.sted virfhor roui.4 iSI  place. < In.tlie'firfat coll >wv-> a j��ajj  m'au gazing blankly^ a bout liiin.'5bj  man was'in love'viitli .i *'iir.eiitii|  ���'luarriddfahother1 tuati.',' .vi.<l ibedn-l  tor,, "und ' bhti diove hi in to lia.'!  'Tlie next"cell Vas jj^M.-I'undiail  sat a"Jm'iuip,Ptarkr,-i.ftiriliK mad ail  ���pudlwtked-down. l"��H'' i- thu^l  lellow?'". ijfquirjfd^hf vimUt. "Tte-,1  .rfnid/th^ dotftoi;, "iii the other naj  i'A glass ot ,ic'ed j-'S.dada" T�� v|  'be'found'moi-t refre.��-limf il��* ne|  weatlier. {i'As  cooling    ��i�� a  bn?��M*j  ,i '\- ^,\f ''    ' ''      '*'  ."father seems' uupu'.-.-cd nilhjsl  talk1'about coupon?A snid, llie ihwJ  ������Ilave'you'reiillii any?" \    I  ��� ."Sure","V answered uiu giitirfg) T��|  "got 501) saved up toward a !�����&��� I  our liltle SifiH."���houiiville l��*ja|  Jotirmih 'iy. r7f   i -.,- , -"'  Minard's  Liniment Curti Dlp'nbt'J  "What Is your ioea or an meai wire?"  "Oue who will cook the meals, do Iho  washing, look after the furnace, make  her own clothes and���and"���  "And what?"  "Keep herself looking as young nnd  as beautiful as an actress who pulls  down .$400 a week in vaudeville."  A   Panther.  "Now, Elsie," said the schoolteacher,  "can you tell me what a panther is?"  "Yeth. ma'am," lisped the little miss.  "He ith a man that niakths pantbs."  Simplicity forms a main ingredient hi  a noble nature.���Thucydidea.  rt  He   Knew,  was   afternoon,   and   thua  spoko  tlie teacher of the village school:  "Now boys, tbe word 'stun' at the  end of a word means -place of.' Tluis  we , have Afghanistan, the place of  the Afghans; also . Hindustan, the  jiilo.ee of the Hindoos. Now, can any  ono give me another instance "  "Yes, sir," said thc smallest boy  proudly. "I can-niumbrellastan. ��� tho  place  for  umbrellas!"  Mi  '���an^W  Hurt  W.    N.    U.    No.    699.  Showing a   Bad   Eyamplo.  A grocer who was noted for his  carefulness had an advertisement Inserted in a local newspaper for a mco-  sairo boy, and a young fellow who  understood thc kind of a gentleman  who was advertising came to apply  for ihe situation, and while tho grocer was telling him how, careful hi*  must Ve a fiy settled on a bat' of trur.ir  and the grocer caught it and threw it  away. The boy then said. "If jou  want me to be careful you arc- showing mo a bad example."  "Why?" replied  tho former.  "Became," said the boy. "j'ou hav*  thrown that fly away without brushing the BU��ar off its feet."���Tit;Bits.  Lions Fight.' , '',".���  Excited by a thunderstorm, two  massive African.inale lions���-Noro nnd  Brutus���at Earl's Court,'London!- trot  into the cngo of a young lioness, f-A  terrific, fight ensued between the tv/n  lions, and it. was only after-great vx-:  ertions on the pint of the staff th.it  tlie beasts were eventually'separated,  after having badly .mauled.������ enchf oth-  ed.-'Tt is feared'that "Nero'will l"sip  tb.e. sight of his right,eye. 'lioUr 'he'  ���niinals show sighs' of their slriig^-ie.  p.] Marriages In Siam,  ��� Marriages .are sometimes made in  heaven, but in Siaiii they, aro r'lW-n  marie elsowhei'i-. In that "r-iilighleni-d  country girls who .rei'ieii, ;r c....|'t,-iin iig-..  without, milt-j-yint.- an- placid in ��� pi-iv-  ik'ged class iilidfi- the spa-cial oun... nf  tin- King,'who'hinds himsi-lf to Cuid'a  lnu-hand for them nil. His method is  simplicity itself. A |iri.-,r.iii.r in any  ono-of tin; Siamese jails may --,-iin his  pardon and n-liasi- by. in.-, fry ine one  of the innligibli.. e'a.s.s. Wife||ufr he  is ali-'-.-idy inariio'l or not, is of no  great consequence, for in Siain. a man  is not restricted--to one wife, hut still  many prisoners, prefer-jail. ���.  Basely  Deceived.  Tho Husbaud���Yon . want to know  where I was sbdate last nlghM I'was  at the ofiico bJancing my books.  'The Wife���It seems do me that you  balance your books- very often. That  excuse is about threadbare. .   -,  The' II.���IT in! If you 'don't believe  me, why don't you consult a fortune,  teller?    ' "* ,      -   t--  '   -*�����  j  The w:���Not much.   I consulted one  once, and she told mo a pack of lies.  , The H.���Indeed!-   What did she tell  you 7   *.    i  Thc W:���She told me I would get, a  rich, handsome, kind,' attentive ' and  truthful husband. '      "  ��� "*  Costly   Eyeteeth.  "I guess paw must have passed a lot  of timo at tho dcntLst's when  he was  In New YoHc," said Johnny Green..  "Why do you think so?" queried bis  ma.  "'Cause I heard him tell a man today that it cost him nearly $300 to get  his eyeteeth cut," replied Johnny.  ."^THE* HYPNOTIC EJE.i  And.thelMah'Who,Likes to Teit��4  7a'   k-1 '" '-fthe, Circus^ Animals- ,   *J  ,t-'^Tb,ef man/who'wants t�� l&t 'te^  - er of the 'humanT'eye,��� on si\a?�� V��W  "is'lcgloi'v and'"lie  affonli w> ��3j  nmnsernent for 'the 'attuii'la^ **!  'circus, who are always on tbcwAi  for  him.' 'Often -he  may U> 4e��|  ", standing   before .the. cage of '-���  gazing intently fstralght into tie"  of the'dignified old  bea.st. whop  back    wlthf iiidltXcfeucc   nnJ J  shifts  his-ores,  not because bet  any ',mystic    Influence,   hut  something clso  has, attracted ul  ten tion.- ,     ' J  '   Ji. story Is told of a man ^h4  the hypnotic trick on au ostiklj  first the bird crouched down raj*  tcrcd, his  wings nervously, to*M  no'other maiilfestltntlou for sodiI  A   few  hours -later, the  body fl  man wii3'fouud"'witb'thc huset-j  ternately^stamping and stitiBSl  Another ls told of a man *.* W tj  outgaze a,leopard, with.the rest-!  the    animal    made, a    fierce 1  against thc bars of his cage arJj  ���'man, and the two .created a a  ancc that brought the .ittondii:S|  rylng to investigate the troub'*.|  rtet Qnlmby In Leslie's Weelilr.  Inconsistent.  "Pear me," said the poetess, "J don't  ���see why those dinrrld editors insist on  having manuscripts written on only one  side of the sheet when they go nnd  print their paper on both sides."��� Putb-  flnder.  , Stone's ui.-:  w���...  iivuS'i  The origin of thc saying "I'lrsl  live in glass houses should wl1  stones," is as follows: At |i)i*:*|  the   nnlou   of   England   ��"'I *H  London   was   inundated   wid. ^1  men, and tho London  roughs :"|  go about nt night.'hVeakiiif- H>  dows.    Rucklnghsun   bi'i'iu <^ '",  tho chief Instigator of tli- �����*J-"  party of Scotchmen fiimslinl ���'���J  dows of the duke's mii'i-l". l'(  Ihe, Glass  House.    The .court'���  appealed   lo   Ihe   klnu'.   �����'��' f  "StocDle,   Steenle.   tho i- ��h^  glass   houses   should   he cm'.*]  Ihey fling stones!"  Naw for Strawberries  Shredded Wheat.  Nature's purest and best food,  insuring a clear   i  healthy   body.  Is   Invigorating  Without  B��ing H.fiatinS  Try  it.    Sold by all grocer* A  DRAGON   HUNT.  ,���    HONEST     DOCTOR  ADVISED PE-KU-NA.  ...II. SYJL.VKSTKK E. SMITH, Room    ft Took  Place   In  Turkey   md   Was a  fi   2)8, Gruuito Block, St. Louis, Mo., Great Success.  it,---:   "Peruna !<s the best friend a, j     "Yes,  I   wuust hunted dragons, and  ck man cau havg.  ' j 'be hunt was successful, too," said a  "A few months ago I camo here In a. ' Bllil��r  j-ctc-licd   condition.     Exposure   and I     "'<��� was In Eyoub. the native quarlerr  inrpucss bud ruined my'onco robUbt 1 of'O'd  Coilslaiitinople.     I  lived   there  ialth.   I b��d catarrhal' affections of / H"IUl   my  wife,  a Circassian gal   Fat-  THE    LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  r-  i  FREAKS OF DREAMS. tf^*^^^^^^��-^s^��^  Io brpncJdal tubes, and for a timo thero  i..- a doubt as to wy recovery. -  f'My good honest old doctor advised  i lo take Per una, which'I did and ln  ^Irort time rny health began to fm-  Jovo   very   rapidly,    tho    bronchial  biible gradually disappeared, and in  rr/e months my health was fully roared. ,  I'Acccpt a grateful man's thanks for  65 rutoralion to perfect health."  Pc-ru-na for His Patients.'' -  W. Perrln, Mf. D. S., 930 Kalsoy  J, Brooklyn, X.T., says:      ' ;  ' '  ������J, am using your Peruna myself, and  " recommending Jt to my patients ln  . ca^es of catarrh'' and ,flnd lt to bo  bus than ypu. represent.   Peruna can  Iliad now of all druggists In this soc-  In.   At the'tiine I began using It, lt  Is unknown." '       >  I         Manufactured by The if  tuna Drug Manufacturing Company  Columbus,1 Ohio, U. b. A. \  , I' .  Ji.ii t ninrry the first girl you Jail*  lr.\f with; wait till you h'uv>s"n----n  .,(!i|,-i,-,," Hdvifw'i- '/,'he AJoMtgorn-  V\'lvfitiMlr. TJif�� n-callB .the-jjhrry  :li ��� m.iid who went 'through tlie  '.;>���. in deaich of a perfect stick,  nig many good,, ones behind, in  l.rtpu of'finding something boiler,  I (j.'iir tiiH end ui JieE.jouruey she  to  take   ft, pcroojked   pne  ul  last.  Ui.uljle with'some old maids-and  b'ldiolois   is, tbat, they - ore' too  ln-iilai\���-San ^Antonio. ^Express.  i. /, f- -       -' i  lift transition from -winter's4 cold  glimmer's boat frequently .puts- a  |n npc-ri. <)je-system'that produces  Sn.ii complications, always''pnin-  jitii! o'ten seriousv X common form  -'���.-older, is ' dysentery,��*,to .which  nab by iiaine.a.ml, comJn' home from  .the calf one night"��� '  "Calf���  ��� "Sure! Calf. Don't you know what  a calf is.' Kind of restaurant where  you eat .and drink and smokel Put  where was IT' ' y '  "You1 were coming home."  , ��  "H'eJI, as we come home from the  calf I'atinah grabbed my arm, pointed  to the moon and give a loud yell Tbe  full moon-behind tlie domes and minarets was goiu' into an eclipse. I  laughed, but'Katmuh says:  " 'A dragon. O my, beloved,' she siys,  Is   try In'   to  devour  the   uiooni'   she  says    'If (he faithful slay jt hot, there  win ire no more moonlight,' savs she���  'never''      J .   .  ���"Then,   by   tar,   begun   the ,biggest  racket I ever hear.   All Eyoub wns on  a dragon hunt.    Krom. every 'housetop  the faithful fired blunderbusses at the  moon Ju the hope of 1-iimr ihe dragon  "When  we got,home  I  tried  to explain to Pafuiah what an eclipse was  but she thought I was lauglih,' :lt her.'  So  I  gave  up  niy   explanation's,  mid,  with, a pistol, each of us Joined In (he  im nt; bungliT away at (be dragon from  the lvlnder.lnrn and tnrn about  d'Hy 'crlmw, wo*ROt liiih!   The'limit  ���was   a   success!    The   dead' dragon  dropped, olT the moon, and she'floated,  round nud^sllvery wuust more, nbovp  the palms and minarets standin' black  ,aghi ihe pule sky, - ,. p  . "Fatinabe'claimed ,���lt - was', her shot  what p lauded Jilm; but 1 was always  convinced It 'was-my own."  ��     -   k. ,  Melancholy   People  Often  Have   Very  Happy Nights.  Drr T:  S.  Clouston,   huperintpridr-r.*  burgh Scotland, and a tfell-known  authority on mental diseases, has g7v  i^7d^rine ne-ws 6n the slb-  n^nt-rnfn^ rVCms do n��l hike place  t onX' nU8,y* as'' used to b*  bought    Dreams may go on all night  s nof.rb: a"8,,,Td t,,al dreainr8feip  is riot a sound sleep. ���  mluZ'i.?! cari"v? LhW is lhat many  lo', rfy -Pe��p,e' whose w1>oIp con-  Ktihie^Vine  ��f  'f'^yt   dream  !j !| ryOU,^ V,<? rri0���^ that that  w.is their only pleasant-time of the 2-1  hours, and they wishthev-could sleep  always, for then they would be happT  it  THE  CURATE'S AID f  By   MARY  B.  EAKET.       ,   5  "Jeannie! Jeannie! Come and spij  the new curate. I am sure he is, corning  ui  here."       ,   "  Jean jrcLeod. a tall, fair gid ���f  twenty-two summers; hastened to her  mother's side.  They Jived on .the outskirts of "the  lonely village of'Bothmore and anv  stranger who entered the village  street.-; was sure to receive marked  attention from  all. ��� .  The doctors"now   afTrdlo"'thFJti    JIe,lih, hfad f','i](H? lhe <M dergymnn  en churcli and as his doctors liad in- I  People Iswve .cheerful-dreams The  Pbys.ologicr.1 view .���f dreaming now  may  be said u, bo the openinB out of,  ."K  r.    r...^;��1 - u   ��l��lllllg   out Ol  hnt consciousness of the things  Hint   have   been' beard   and   thoutrht  Jti'l 8ee"   ^   ��>?   brai5�� previously     No  n(.w   tiloul;ht. I  fitted   in   a  dream,  and   it ��� ve^  lirZmy " "WaS evor c;flect^, i�� a  ri is well known' the dream event"'  c��n oeour with sl-,rt],'ng rapidity. The  hf.iimlty ,s to- fix- the duration of  tunc.   Lord Holland is stated ('have  | your work. I assure you, Mr. Waltham  fno one has been more overjoyed at  .your coming than she. Her collet  days were spent abroad, and it Is  such a tie to her now to have to live  in this dull place, as she calls it. For  myself I find it a very interesting  hltle place  indeed."  "I agree with you, Mrs. MeLeod,  and now I want yoa to help make it,  interesting for me, too. Jean may  know all thc- people as well as you  nut since she finds it so'very dull I  am sure she does not feel for them  as you do. If it be her desire to aid  me in my work here, we will endeavor to hnd a way for'her to do'so;  but now itt is your help 1   want."  ���ni.r'e  VfXY   ide^''    A"���n   she   had  only met ten minutes before, calling,  ���^beaf"i Aml-  h���Znde he *�������  to  ��peak. oljier  in  hucli   tones.-   Whv  he had not even told her his name,  or that he was pleased to meet her,  or  anything;     and  ,had   refused   her  advice  with   regard  to    the    people,  even   before  it  was  proffered  .And  this, was   the  man,  she    had  planned  and dreamt about���the man  M'sted   upon' a- change "of "air 'it was   r,hornl sj.le h#d looked .to, to brighten  rum'ored that a young and handsome   !"? at, ^othmore.   Truly life is faLse.  '-��������� ..... 1 indeed.      ou-   l---1   *    Oxford   iriah   was   to "fill   the  place. i   . u  'Nq, wonder  then   that  Jean  ipiiekly  at   )ier jnotlifr-fi  call.  How glad hlie was^tp' fee] that here  was one who would appreciate her  talents and understand her, moods,  Jean Mel-cud, an only duuylite/ and  her father'-- pet'had indeed br-cn  .--poiltftin childhood and ua (,h�� ^rew  Older had been sent to n .<*itv eoljege  that oho might have every {'dvaiita-'c-  firllfn V.��u,...     r -J     .- ",*,*u'��> nave   mat oho might  readincr of V iZl  *   ^\Pnine   {?   ,,,e   and   *<*f��n.>W>meiiV wnicli'   U,.id   lo  Inml��      * *   rik' ,iL,d to,}l'ive had a   make  Uie so-da  I-   ;nc  prone,in'ftbe. spring-and  h.ier.   Thcf-very ..best ''medicine, to"  |i��,nubdujng this painful ailment  jr. J, IX Kelloge's Dysentery Cor-  It is a standard remedy, sold  ^'��li.:ie-i   \        J-'    _i    -',r"   ~.���r   ' ���-      I     '    ,  lli'rnian 'J'racjvpf, Clu'cngo;'' has a  hxhr. w.-ts one,dav .boasting,,of,his  bf- ofllpial poaition; - '. \t  fv'f:nli��*r," he shid-lto n''oomp(in-  ���'n m' Aldennanr"' ��� " , . ,���,  Jwh:" snorted the'-.other ' boy,  notlifng. *My father 'blows  ��ln-!li; atHhe mill!" ' "  *.  ���' Settled 'it.���Homo- Herald'.'   ' '  of Oh'io; Qity o'f ^oledof �� } ,'.  ul.-kicas^Countyj'' ,. tf88' ���  knit, J. Chen'ey'/.inakeat.-oatlr'that  J ',1'iuor partiier of the "firm'of P.  lu-ifoy & Co.,* dohi'gf business, in  Tity oi Toledo, County and State  find,' and.-that said firm will pay  linn r.CONH, HUNI>RE:d VOL-  (or'each and avery case of ca-  Ithat cannot be'cured by the usc-  *���''-  Cat.irrh -Ciire. -  V ,    '*  ���   ITf.\NK J.'-'CHENfiV.-.  fn ,io before me,,and, subscribed  " prt=eij'v tli is "6th- day "of "Doc-  . A.I��. lodfi. . A..W. OLEASON.,  'J    ���" '^    Notary Public.  Cutnrrh  Cure���is,taken inter'  J and, acts, diro'ctly'- orKthe -blood  liucouj. surfaces  ofj-tlio   system.-  'ai'i liMlimoninls free.      '  J .CUE.VBY'& CO.. Toledo, O.  "V all druggists. 75c.   '  Halls  Family,Pills  for' con-  \ THE'. TREATY- TREE:  '������l'     'r,  trreal   ocean.   Iin6r   rolled   and  f ' .  P'O," faltered  the vouhg bride,  |"i *-till love me?"  ,    .  lie  than ,evor,    darling/'    was  j*-   eivent answer.  tlicio was an eloquent silence.  Ii'v.'   i-he gasped,    turning her  Where.Penn  ari'd'the  Delaware, Chleft  '*" .^Exchanged Tokens'.^    ''  ' .      v  ThcL"treaty tree.'*,the original American Hague.,'where .'our first peace con-'  ,gross vrns field, with U'JIIIaurPenn on  the "one side aud (he Delaware chiefs  on* the'other, twas a  nilghty elm that  stood nt'Slinckamaxon. on the banks of  (he  Delawnre.'friver.    Ivcnslnglon. .one"  of the suburbs of  Phllndelplilii,  now  surrounds the spot.- '���    '   *  . As was; eustbma/yfo" such occasions.  Ihe * partly  to, the   trea'ty  exchanged  belts of watnpuin.aiid the belt said to  'to have been given Iv-cnn on this occasion , is now-in  the collection. of  the  Pennsylvania ( Historical   society. ���   It  consists of elghleen  strings  of  black  and white bends, and iu the center, are'  two"flgnres.' .representing-a   European''  and - ai). Indian., with' hands, joined  In  friendship. -' Iii exchanging tokens with  tlie-chlefs Tcnn siiid:.  >'���.',  ;k"TheT-,friehdsbIpf between, you - anel  ti^e I -will not compare to a chain, for  that /might  rust. , or; the: falling  tree  .ailght .break... JVev are the.,same-'as if,  "one'man's"body were'to be divided Into  ,two = parts. vWe a'lyall 'one flesh and>  blood.',!    .AyheuVtlie^ Indians,,handed  Penii-the-wampum belfof peace thev  ���Saidr"--, --���-   '       * /    '*. y >,   '   '  ,. "We will live Jn love and peaco with  William Penn as long aVlbe sun nnd  (he moon shall.endurc."   ',,-',  The'treaty tree was blown down In  a windstorm March I0.-1S10., Its age,  estimated by rings.,is 2S3 years. The  William Penn society erected a marble  column 'upon the '"site as a permanent  in o n u ment. "��� .*  long dW.-bPtu-oeri -ihd"'beginning  nr>([ cod of a- sentence.  .J1},  ''Vr-   .Bariiig-Go,dd*a ."Curidus  <is>n^0fithC -yiddl" A^'    iaJ���,  ? made   p a dream in which, during  ;.t>e,strik.nf*,of.the  hoqr'orf^ clock!  the   dreamer, snw   the- whole   of   the  r:Hnd army pass in'review before*Na-  ifl ��?^'i -rSe' f0Ot 8nd nrti��ery pass-,  ed slowly. ,n an -apparently interminable dine, each , unit saluting as it  g    Vet;air passed in a moment  '-Tl^, rapidity'of dream action . has  isuggested to some'psychologists the  theory that dreains are aiwavs experienced during'the moment o'f'passing  from sleep, to wakefulness.   lied   finished ,ladv.  I'hus she had gradually grown into the fixed idea, llial .the ignorant  youth of Bofjimore were,just a little  below her level and thai, --well, th^y  were n6i learned enough to be able to  understand and. appreciate' or .sym-  nathizo  u-illi   Im.  i^ionio  'i..,��   ���.i    I  ji... riMwiu jirru. appreciate or .syin  patliize with her talents,'her advan  tages tmd her ideas'.- ���  '  vacant,' ,,1^li\'-      She  had . been  bitterly 'de-  i ceivea.. -' l  camel. Sitting like one in a dream, she'  heard all he said to hectmother, and  yet i,he did, not, but when he rose  lo go she jtnew sho was not sorry?  Ue was-at least more comleous now  than   on  his  arrival.      Crossing    die  room,, be ]I0ld out. his hand. - "Miss j  AlcLepd, your mother nnd I have b*-|  I'Ome   sucli ,stauncli   friends Will  vou not 'congratulate me? And by  the way, I, underfitand that vou .are  desirous of aiding me al.-so'. ���'*! shall  count on you, and am-sure-will find  plenty of hltle-.errands of mercy for  willing hands to do.-" ���  "Thank"you. sir.    I will try to, be  of service to, you if you so desifre."  Desire!    Why,  my dear Miss Me-  heod. I insist.    You see, I'have lhat  THE  SUN   A   PUZZLE.  We See  Only the  Outer Shells of th��  Great Blazing Orb.  The great ball of Gre which we call  the, sun Is not really the' sun. ' No ont  has ever seen   the sun.     A   series of  concentric sbeJIs envelops a nucleus ol  which we know absolutely nothing except that it must be almost infinitely  hotter than   the. fiercest  furnace  and  that it must amount to more than nine-  tenths of the solar mass.     ,  . That nucleus Is the real'sun, forever  a hidden from us.   The outermost o'f tlm  enveloping shells is about 5,000 miles  thick and is called the chromosphere.  H is a gaseous  Uuid,  tiulcd'wfth the  scarlet glare'of hydrogen, and so furl-'  ously   active   that  it spurts   up  great  tongues of glowing gas (prominences)  to the height of, thousands of miles.  Time vas when this agitated,sea of  crimson (ire could be seen to'advantage  only during an eclipse. Now special Instruments are used which' enable astronomers to study It in the full glar��  of the sun. - '  Beyond the chromosphere, far beyond  Wl'll'W'JMIf.hT^WZa.lCT",! I I I III ji^hjh  'J'HE Celluloid Slarch package is large,  but the amount of work it will do  makes it 'seem enormoui, That's one of  tho advantages this1 ��Uirch has over all  others, it requires a smaller quantity to do  more and  better work.    "  Ca'IIuIo'hI  Starch gives  a limber, lasting- stifl-acs  that will not  crack.     A*,k  your   groc��r  for  it���if" he  hasn't got it  he can get it.  r a  t-Arsre   Sample  ms'led FREE  on request.        a.4  CU  &x  NeverSticks.   Requires ao Cookins?  wiias.s'jt.'n  A minister of a church in' Edm-  bui-gh, Scotland, recently s-n.-prh.ed  the congregation at a Sundav e\emug  faerviee by handing m Ins assignation  ..       - , 1"."- " uvjuuu    ���. Hue uy  riiiriuing in Jtis lOBi"nntir��n  the prominences even, lies the nebulous. He was only SO years old and��was 1.1'  pahid corona visible only during the I K��od health and vigor. Tho following  vanishing'moments of a total eclipse  ' "'"'" "    '*-      ' " -  '    ,'} ���  ��� if  tages tmd her ideas'.'1'" ' ',"���" '*"  ('right now:    I am  not.only-vour rec-  ."Why, yes, .mother; he has .'turned   t?1':  but  alsq^ypur. .mother's   friend  into the, lane already and*you ,have "         "   v: ' " "  your old-japron on. -Whv don't'you go-  and. take^it   off   and -make   yourself  look a bit tidy; remember he will not  be like Mr.'"Ile-n���he has been ..reared in* lhe city'r..id from  Oxford too'   "-"*1 VKL cuuia noi neip adm  What a bore he', will .Hnd" the p'eople   as;���he   swang  briskly   along  here..   We niust make it as '"1���----- '     ������Well,  mntlipr   -n-i-...*  ,>���  .,  for him as' we can."  But" now J must bid you - farewell:  Where duty calls, .one ��� must always  go.   < ' ���  .-Jean watched him "go'quickly down  the lane; she was so angry with him  and vet could not help admiring him  aggregating not more than seven days  in a century.  Nok one lias  ever .satisfactorily  ox-  I plained   Low ' the-.highly   attenuated  matter, 'composing   both   ihe    prom!-  ueuces  and   the  corona   is   supported  without fiillin'g back Into the sun un-  "der,the,pull ot solar gravitation. .No*-,  that Arrhenius h.os, cosmlcally applied  tlie-effccts of'light pressure a solution  !s presented. ���    ,'  How difficult'It Is to account foi  such delicate streamers as the prominences oV'lbe sun'Is'belter compre-  'bended when we fully understand how  relentlessly powerful is the grip'of  solar gravitation.       ,,,.,'  If. tho <,sim  were ��� a  habitable' globe  and you could transport yourself to its.  surface, you would find j'ourself pulled  down so forcibly  by gravitation thai  you  would,weigh-two tons,���a3suming  Sunday a committee of the member,--  waited upon hmi and GA-piessed their  icgret al   the  stej-r he   amis  about   to  take.    lhny mud to hini,  ''Vou havo  plenty oi  woik in you  yet.    Why rd-  sigii?","l'e.s 'fhe  i,j--lied,  "1   fciiow;5  but you had better accept my'resignation , now-      When   1  am   70 vou   will  not  be able'to gel nd  of mB."-Neiv  York Tnburie.,  1 ','  * i   ^  '. r. i-.i  vf I  ' ,'���  I  ir<  The,  Fob   of Indigestion.��� Indigestion. , is  a   common   ailment" and   few  arj free from it.   It 1., a most distressing   complaint  and   often  the  suffering attending it is most severe.    Tiio  very Lest remedy! is Parmelee's Vege-,  table, Pills   taken  according to  directions.    They rectify the'irregular ac-'  tion of the stomach and restore healthy  action. ', For many  years    they  have been a standard remedy for dyspepsia and indigestion and are highly esteemed - for  their qualities  iVAA   ''''fi  ' 1 1. ,J    !  ,it   ,-' /-.-     \i,   ,i   I  '���', '{, -.1 fc'll''*fi I  Well ,1 always;made old Mr.. Dean  nt home whether V likd a clean apron  or. not. But ft suppose ybu know^best.  It seems'to me iffwerfolk hjive to go  and-dress every-l-time we ' see -the  clergyman coming, -.whether , we be "a  cooking or a" washing "or a-chm-ning,  that it is the curate himself who will  soon' be a 'bore.'"   So saying Mrs. *Mc-  the p'eople as;,\he   swmig  briskly   along.             *     \au w,ou'a .weigh-two tons,,assuming  ^s 'pleasant -Well, mother, what do yoti* think" '         you are an ordinary human being  l. ^I'vTLfy curate?" ���-   ,   , t ���  \.    Your "clolbfng. alone -would" weigh  >rr, n��n���   , -Ulink?  Whv. Joan    \-,a  ,:���^.-.._i ri.. I mnra ihar, n  u, ,7 .1 .  >_   . ..  ''bo/in the days offftheir yfmth' were I        recIinred touches'"Id'her*'dress:'  ble to make quite a1 comfortable in ���   , 1IeainyJ)ile the curate" had lealched  Pine as  clerks or otherwise ; -      ,       ���door'   which" in   ans-ver   to   his  ; ; 'STARVING GENTLEWOMEN, f  Daughter of .Baronet ,VVho Sold 'Shoe-  + ;   sb-inSs   on   London   Streets.   . \  Extraordinary   'cases    of'   starving  gonllewomen.:-have  come to light, such  as superannuated governesses   widow's   soon ue a :oore-"r   ���� saying .Mrs. *Mc-  .of improvident liusbands   and   those went slP"fy aV, the'stairs, to give  'w-ho.'in the days oft'their yfmth' �����rp Ilh?, req��h?d touches'"Id'her"dress:'  able to make quite a'cbrafor  come as  clerks or otherwise.  ' t   'Vi e"ldual    slnccg   representatives  pf;all these types have sunk lower and  H, 'V,d ' ��o��i_etinieji'., having sought  , prgttfulness  in, drink, have, come to  he lowest grade  before drifting into  the shelter-of-the institute.       ��! ,,  Here was,- for instance, a wretched  looking creature, .but with  unmistakable jsigns-of .having, once ' been   "a  }ady,     whose only   source  of  income  lay in her handful of bootlaces which  she sold to'mechanics iii'their midday  rest.. She proved to,j.beJthe���%dauglilcr of  a baronet, .whose marriage-had displeased her"family.      *,-.' ,   f  'Estranged fr.om her relatives bv*th*>,  quarrel of early liferuhe had loo much'  pride to reveal' to* th>>m the poverlv  by which .she had of, late been overtaken; but, ab.-olutely"miserable, she  crept about the mean streets of the  vast city of London as successfully  'hidden as if living in another hemis*-  phere, far from the gorgeous mansion,  Uie carriaees and tbe servants which  once were hers by right of birth.  J-'ba-tly'face away, '*[ thought  Ik'Wld make incfecl belter, but  tut'"--Detroit News Tribune.  I  frd's  Vs.  Liniment    Cures     Garget  '���'!-  beginning ,to rain,' and  tlie  Iw was on the point of starling  '���ch discovered  that tliere was  iirnbiella in  the house  fit for  npn  can  borrow one from  (lie  ]iio\'l door," suggested the bet-  |f. '-'they .never go  to.church."  ���iiira,'   h> answered with  firm-  d is wrong to borrow'umbrel-  i Sunday.' pt shall   punishpmy-  iny carelessness by not going  |ch 'this morning."  Wire -Wounds.  Iiai'S a very valuable one, was  Biiu^od,and cut by beinj- caught  ** fence.   Some-of thc wounds  'I heal, although I tried many  medicines.    T)r. Bell advised  |"-<*    AlINARIVS   UNTMENT,  Iui (it.-it.  then stronger as Ihe  L'-''in to look belter, until after  ���-���������k-.,   the   sores   have   healed  it  of  all   t]10   ],(,;,.   ;s  jrrowin(-  is NOT WHITE as is most  Itiie case  in   horse  wounds.  .,. F.  M.  HUUCIiT.  9tll.  I*- mi oxli-act from lhe pros-  61 H hotel in' Switzerland,  fl'ich is the favorite place rf  Bi IIiom* who are fond of soli-  r'^'UN in search of solitude  t'.i'-t,  eoiiitiiiilly  flocking  here  mm  quartoia of tlie globe."  IHeiald.  The Overtired Conductor.  When  the horse "cars  were In existence there1 was a-greenhorn ,knowu as  John, who conducted on the Thirteenth  and Fifteenth street lines,   ne boarded  wlthlils two aunts; who lived on Catharine  street,   between' Thirteenth - and  Broad. One.day his aunts thought they  would take a ride with John and see  how   he  .was   getting  along,   so' they  waited for bis ear.  Soon the car began  to get crowded aud passengers got off  and on nt every square.  John began to  get angry.   At Inst he beiMiie so eias-  perated at having to stop so often that  when an'old lady asked blm to stop at  Chestnut he bawled, out: "I'm darned  sick  and   tired   pulling  the   bell.    It's  nothing but stop hero and stop-there,  stop Uero nnd stop there.   Xway with  yousc all down to Catharine street with  me aunts, aud you get out in a bunch."  Two of a Kind.  "Come, come." cried the brusque and  hustling real esiate man. "why do you  pay rent when yon might own a  homeV" . .  "I���I don't pay rent," replied the  startled stranger.  "Thou you own a home?"  "N-no." ( I  "That's  strange.     May   I   ask   your  business?"  '���'I'm a real estate dealer."  Lived to Be More Than 100.  For the deaths of three British centenarians to be chronicled on the same  day must surely be an almost unique  occurrence.- The names and agqs ol  these veterans are: 'Mrs. Margariet  Pagan, 10-1: Samuel Goldstein, 10C,  and Mrs. Honor Coleman, who 'died  from the effects oi.a fall at the reputed age of 107 years, thus recalling the  simjlar fate of the famous 'Catherine,  Countess of Desmond, whose' life of  140 years was brought to a tragic close  by a fall from a cherry tree.   "'  Tliere are some who look with more  than suspicion on any .age which  claims to exceed a century, and probably the titles of many reputed centenarians, especially iii the humbler  "walks of life, would not bear close  examination.  , But the records prove conclusively that Sir Moses Montefiore and Ad-  miial I'rovo Wallis lived-into their  second century; that M. Conerbe, a  French farmer, survived his 112th  birthday; that M. Soule, another  Frenchman, died at 115, that a Rou-'  manian. one Pascal Vicarn, lived 120  years, and that an Armenian nun entered a convent att Jerusalem at 17,  and never passed" its threshold to  the day of h'er death, ninety-eight  years later ���Westminster Gazette.  light  rap, .was 'opened  by  Jean-:  "Pardon  me,   madam,   biit  is  Mrs.1  McLood at home?'',    - ' '  ' This was .hardly the greeting Jean  expected, but she liked tlie voice; and  she' %youlcl make him her. friend at all  costt. So smiling -sweetly she said.  -"Yes, sir; my mother,' Mrs. MeLeod,1  is at home and", will be k down in a  minute. But'will you please "step into tlie parlor and,-wait; you are our  new;curate are you not? We lecogniz-  ed, you as youC'Canie up'the lane/���"  "Yes, madam,.T have,,that' honor  and.'am;, indeed, 'pleased, that 'friy^par:  isliioners rec-pghize me so readily.",.  ; "When you* have been here, as "long  as -l have you will bo. glad 'to have  an pppoitunity of recognizing some  stranger from."the outer ..world. You"  \W11 find it very dull here, and the  people are such a bore you cannot  help  but feel, it." . ���   ,   '   ,  "T  ' "'    .madam.      "     *   '  , .Think?   Why, Jean, he is'Just the  man for the place., So1 brave and j-et  so kind and  thoughtful.    Whv   I-ain  sure he- will aid my poor, people even  more  than dear  old  Mr.   Dean;, and  ,it  will   be  so  pleasant for  you,  too.  He  says   he   intends 0interesting  you  an some cases where he is sure you  will ^e -useful,   and  where   vou  will'  soon  lose  your  present / opinion    of  your neighbors.",. *      , '  '/Oh, indeed! He seems very con',  tident of my services. I suppose .just  because he 'comes from- Oxford, he  thinks we will all wait on' out knees  to do his, bidding. , I never had to  stoop to such deeds of humility when  Mr. rDean was here���>ud I do 'not see  why ho should need such "a lot'of aid  As for being kindv and thoughtful,,!  failed to see it, ��� if he was. ' Whv, he  was positively. rude to me. But"I1 do  not' intend to worry over it. . I am  eoing out���for a .walk now, but will be  back in timep to -get tea, 'so you  need not bother about that."  * Mrs., MeLeod sighed deeplv:as her  daughter left,,the room.c She loved  Jean'.very much, vbut,she 'could 'see  she* was fast becoming so restless and  discontented that,-ihe true sunnv nature seldom had a chance of showing  itself. (    ' k  A week later, 'as 'Jean ,was gathering sdme^ beautiful lilacs for her Japanese table bowls, she. was surprised  more .than a hundred-pounds. "Baseball  could be played In a solar drawing  room, for there .would lie fsome. difficulty in throwing a ball "more ' than  thirty feet  -,  Tenuis would be degraded to.a forrii  of outdoor plngpong.  .From these considerations it is plain  that gravilallorion the sun would tend  to prevent thc formation of any lambent streamers and. to pull down to its'  surface masses of any size.  BARNUM'S - OLD   LION.  Hi  "I  hope  not,   .madam.      My  duly   t0   h^ar   a   voice   close  'by:     "Good-  here   is   not   to, recognize   the   outer  morning,   Miss   MeLeod. .will  vou do  world;   but   the" people, of * this   dear  me a favor?   Miss Lenard, the" seam  little  parish,  and  I shall  do  my  ut- j stress,  is  mo:-t lo  fulfill  that duty;  as  for niy  *..v..-u      vv,      ..a.....       ...uu     ilk..,..   ,      .1.-5      .Ul       .....  feeling the people a bore, I hope not,  for to my mind ono has to be a bore  one's self before one can feel bored  by   otheis."  Tin's was rather more than Jean expected, and from a city-bred gentleman too; really it was loo tertible to  be true. Why, he had as much' as  told her that she was a bore. She felt  like leaving him alone and going to  tell  h'er mother  how horrid ��� he was;  ten    rikrr    liiuliicj     likjkv    JlUJ i ill ' lie    k\ ilft ,    f       --   -  .but   no,   she   would   stay   but   would j the  only one  \  "not answer his,  rude remark. slyc; ,. '  Although her silence, was meant io  ,   In   htlle   less   .  ...  very   ill,     and  I  am    sure  would be veiy gratified for a glimpse  ot your lovely flowers. ��� No, I, will not  stop lo be thanked for the suggestion.  T am sure she would have had them  long ago, had you known." >���  Without another- word the curate  moved .quickly on, leaving Jean  standing  like  one   struck  dumb.  "Well,   Of   all   things !    You , would  'really  think  I  was   a  child.     Still'I j  like  his nerve,  and I suppose I will I  go.    I will let him see that he is not  the  only one  who 'can   care  for   the  How the  Great  Showman   Turned  Death to Account.]' ���  . Among the, features of the parades'  of the Barimm circus there was, for  merly one, that never, failed to attract  attention. ���' On the top of one of the  wild beast cages lay nn enormous 'lion'  lie was not-confined iti any way, and  nervous peoplef watching -the parade  wjjuld shudder at the sight and con-1-  template, the terrible possibility of the  .lion  springing into   the  midst-of the  crowd.      " -     '     i ,   <  But the venerable old king of beasts  had reached the  leoniuei dotage,'  and  'stiffened   muscles   and   blunted   claws'  rendered   him"- harmless.  mild 'as  a   kitten   aud   in  quarters,   where   lie   was  Now,   Johnny,"   said   the 'Sunday  school teacher, '-'can you-toll me one-  01 the moi-fc remarkable things Moses  did?  "Yes/ma'am," respondedt'the bright  youth, jlle, broke all the '. commandments, raf the same time."���Lendon  Opinion. '" <    -  PROMINENT OAK LAKE IfARMER.'  Oak' Lake, Man.���Mr. Jas. Milne,  of Oak Lake, was in' Winnipeg 011  Wednesday of last week and leceived  successful surgical .treatment from  Dr. ,P.  W.  E.  Burnham.    '  Chirnmie?   'Yer'  "Wat's de nia'ltei,  look^ s'oie." f    .  Cliimiiiie���Sure  I'm sore. I got up  earlj.   yisted'y nioriun'  an'   anchored  mehelf alongoide o* dat big  knothole -  .11 de^feiice.at^e   baseball  -.'rounds; -  den wen de .game "begins de over/loW  crowd Jmed  up-in   front* o''me  knot  i1,?le"Tu,,i    Catholic    Staudaid    and'  limes. .-   '  -    �� L_Llf  ' ' '    ,;,/(.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper:  Although     ....  be   stinging,  it seemed  to    her  - -   ������   than- an  hour  Jean  i)e   had kept her word, and with a beau  tiful bouquet of flowers in one hand   r.   _   ��� ���   lllvj   w���...���.������,,..,...,   and such a big-baskel of good thing  but sat looking out on the lawn .as �����--"----'--  thought1 it golden, for he did not at-  "fill bouquet of ^flowers m one hand,  tempt   to   continue  the * conversation  sweetest  Corrective   of   Flatulency.���  ic indigested food lies in the  "   tmows,   off  gnsivi   causing  "I'l'icsioii in the stomachic  "���* belching 01 eructation cf  ?''- is offensive and  the only  ''-'vent them-is to restore the:  lio   proper     action. '��� Parme-  |etnblo.   Pills-"will     do ' this.'  greefions  go  with   each .pac-  course of them ' taken'sya-  p ik certain-to effect a cure.  k Two of a  Kind.  "Oh.   George."   sighed   tho   IovesicU  maiden,  "I'm sine  I'm  not  worthy to.  be your wife."  "Well." replied George wearily, "I'm  not worthy (0 be your husband, so  we're  just  about  evenly   matched."  J" John -Simmons had  been  fit I in..,.  y0nrs   totnl   rtbaiainer.  *'."in   grace   nnd   worshipped  ��("l wjtli rill.-lie fervor of  t'tti lined    of    recuperation,  11 s  bfy  iff  an. adjacent hos-  ,  ,J/'tt,le off whiskey A  ^i'iiK.1   the   hotel   proprietor,  foi-.?'  fiilher." Knid thc bov.  ns"-    Yo.ur father  is  nf total  To tho Strict Letter.  "Mary," said (lie lady of thc house,  "you didn't put any suit lu (his bread."  '���But," replied (lie now girl, "didn't  the master say ��� y.cstcrdii'.y hc wouldn't  have nothing; but /'fresh, bread on his  tabic, mum?" ,���'.'..  Not   Curious.  A certain employer of labor had received many complaints from his foreman as lo" one of the hands, who.  though an excellent workman and one  whom it were undesirable to dismiss  altogether, could never be induced to  -arrive at the proper time in the morning.  So thc employer, determining to expostulate with Ihe offender personally,  arrived early one morning and laid  in   wnit  for   him.  In due tune the dilatory one strolled  iu nnd wa�� a.vostcd wrathfully:  "IIo you know what time we begin  work hero  in  the  morning?"  "No, sir," was the calm reply. "1  know they're always at it when I get  here."���London   Toll-graph.  solitude were indeed the  thing in God's good earth.  ' Mrs. MeLeod was now coming down  the staiis. She would bring him to  his^ place before her mother entered.  "Pardon, sir; my mother"���the words  were hard - and cold, but the curate  seemed not to even hear her as he  rose quickly and crossed the room to  the door just as her mother was about  to enter.     , c  "Mrs." MeLeod. T presume. I am Mr.  Waltham, your new curate, and it io  indeed a' pleasure for me to make  your acquaintance. 1 trust we may-  become firm fiiends in the near future. I have made the acquaintance  of your daughter, but. I believe 1  have already bored her with my  views." So laying, he led Mrs. Mc-)  Lcod to a l.nge easy chair, thc very)  one Jean had chosen for him. j  "Now,   Mis.  .MeLeod,   I  want your  advice,   counsel   and   help.     T   am   a  stranger   heie   at   pict.cnt.   and   from,  you   I want  some  advice  as    to    the  quickest  way  to  win  the,hearts  and'  minds of my people, and also to know  in the other, cshe went laughingly  .down the street. It seemed funny to  her -to be -"doing anything useful beyond  the home  garden  wall.  Nevertheless she enjoyed her errand, and as she returned home afler  leading,most.of the afternoon to the  poor, sick girl,'she felt very glad indeed that she 'had not followed her  first impulse and ignored the request.  As the days and weeks went quickly on, the curate .seemed always to  find fresh work for Jean, and each  request came in that peculiar half  pleading and half commanding tone.  Each request was also always met,  but in the same haughty, condescending nianner. and, pleasing to  say, always carried out in Jean's  own   sunny  way.^  Thus the days and the summer sped  quickly, away. 7t was the last garden party of the year. Rich and  poor from all over thc village seemed  to enjoy tlie simple program provided for them by the curate who had so  silently won his wav into the hearts  of all.  Jean had been the busiest of all  lhat   day.     She   slipped   in   and   out  roam at will, sometimes had to be pro /  tected from the onslaughts of irrever  ent and mischievous puppies.  One night lie wandered from the  quarters. In the course of bis travels  he chanced on a barn where a meek  eyed cow was placidly chewing her  cud. A faint dicker of the slumbering  jungle spirit stir.rod hrVpufse, and  with a crashing blow of' the huge fore  paw, the cow was slain; then, IjMng  down beside liis victim, he went to  sleep and dreamed of the time when he  was a shaggy little whelp playing with  his brothers under the bright sun of bis  faroff African home. a  In the morning the owner of the cow,  a   stalwart 'female kwith  the   blood  of  Irish  kings  in hor veins,  entered the  barn with milk pail in hand.    She wni  Qlled with wrath at the sight that met  her gaze.    Willi a keen'edged ax fri her  .hand  and. grim  determination   in   licf-  'eye she fearlessly approached the sleep  Ing lion, and when the men sent out, to  search for him arrived he lay cold In  death.    P.arnuni promptly paid for the  dead  cow  and engaged  to  appear  on  e-vhibitiou "tho woman who in mortal  combat had slain a lion."  *Best,ie Bute brags do'-much about-  hei conquests," '���began Goldie Hosim*  ley. , Ol course, she's moie. attract-,  tve to the men than I, but-1-"  y.'A'ot at* all," iutemipted Vera Cutting.    * .  "tip sweet of you' to say .that,   but  hjiiju   ciuikva   I know she is "      \  He was as h "-Nonsense I Why, she hasn't nearly  the winter Is,0 much money;ak you have."���C'a-  flHowed * to / "mhc Standard and Times.  ���   yyy- a \ wJ1  1 v^, '��� * t   .31  l'Vi     ' -K    *i. t   . ff&\  ���>f t,v   yyi  ."y>!-'5'' .-kCj  --a��- Z'd  y. w'���     1-Kofi  -   -vi. e   ���i'v$jl  i   >.'.    ,i ~\f..  . 1 :ti y*   - .^.rt1  "*A"i* ra  ���   w'r A. * \^4\  t   ' *  /' . ��  ��� - ,'"^E  ''��- Sr  \^fb  :,-;>  'Poor man?" Save you aiwavs been  Wind?"  "Nof mum," ' answered Tired Tiffins, unthinkingly. "Last week 7  wiiz lame, but dere wa*n't enuff m  it "���Louisville   Courier-Journal.  C'    ,',   i  "I wish I were an ostrich," said  Hicks, angrily, a* he tried to eat one  oMiis ,wi e's biscuits but couldn't.  "1 wish you were," returned Mrs.  Hicks "I'd cet a few feather's for  my hat."���Globe.  Tlie bee can outfly the*pigeon.  The Oldest Treaty.  The oldest te.\t of a real treaty uow  in existence is tli.it of the convention  between Barneses II., king of ISgypt  and the Prince of Khot.-t. which em  braces the articles of a permanent of  feiisive and defensive alliance, with  clauses providing for (he extradition ol  emigrants, deserters, criminals ami  skilled workmen. This lre.-i(y wu-  drawn up in the fourteenth ceutur.i  B. C. and is (ho carli.'st record thai  we have of any international trausac  tion.  SHOE POLISH  " I toll yon, Bo*i-, -icoplo aro bo p-\r-  tloular about-Uie dhoo Poll.h. they  u��e that they ask me each nirrht to bo  sure and u���a "2 i,^ 1."  It's easier for me, too, a.nil yon  should see tha inrrJe I ret in tha  morning.  -;?.���  :-?.   ���     '   f  \\  '  , *.        1.  K"d bus been,  longer   years  The colors on. the nrlist's pnlettf  make, no show, .'but when they a iv  spread on (lie ��� oiijivaji we 'see. their-  boauty.���ij.e.lkle. .1  Prudence.  The multimillionaire was being Interviewed. ��� . ���''���...'"'..    >,'  "Which paper- do, you like best to  have yoiii family read?" hopefully  asked the young-'reporter.  "The one that advertises the fewest  bargains," said Old Moneybags stingi-  IV.   '���     ' a     ,  to niy know-  Hum   you've  It all  events, lie sent mo -for  ?w'H.he   want   il,   for?" .  l��" into a secret," the bov  ����� to tell tho truth, "heV  ftf 'nn,ul ,)0 wants tho cork  |.a float. "���Philadelphia In-  Ancient  Potters.  It Is probably flic.general Impression  ���Hint'posters and handbills are modern  Inventions, hut It-lias been discovered  that (lie ancient lioiiians practiced this  ���method of advertising. In digging a(  tlerciilaneiuii there was brought' to  light a .pillar covejrod wiih bills, oue ou  top of another. The paste tised to stick  Ihenrwits made of gum arable. The  hills,   when  separated mid   examined.  Hall the battle is won if you start  tlie day with  a laugh.  ikuyi, .kuj^k    j.    ...ik^     ..k--j;.k'k;u    iiiiutoi;    kkiri  are so much iu need of help that thev  cannot walk to tho light alone.    Yoii  can   nlways   lead   the   bulk   of    your  Hock,   but   there   are   some   who" are  trying to hard to follow, nnd yet need  help  in  places,  or  they  will  at  once  fall  back , and' lose  their ...way."   It is  for   those,: my   heart,' bleeds   and/for  those -I'Want your.aid and syrtipathy."  "It  is indeed, very..good "of you to  come to me, Mr. Walthamp'and I am  sure 'I. will  help you all I can.    hut  why have you not sought this advice  from Jeannie?    Slio "kiidw's them  one  aiid  all as well  as  I," and. has  been  counting on  being  an aid  to vou fin  Tho Changed View.  , Every man takes care that his neighbor does not cheat'him. But a day  comes when he begins to care that ho  does not cheat his neighbor. Then all  goes well. He has changed his market  enrt Into a chariot of the sun.���Kuier-  son.  A Little Ball. -  Cassldy���Ah,   well,   no  wan  kin  pre-  ���.,^.,  ������  vint w'nt's past an' gone.    Casey���Ye  were found to be progranunes and an could, if ye only acted liquid; enough,  iiouncements of public inoetiugs and Cassldy���Go 'long, main How could  even election proclamations. ������;     l yer?   Casey���Stop it before it happens.  he watched tlie tired but happy peo  pie as they seemed lo lingsc around  the glories of the day. dreading as it  were to bid farewell to the dear old  gaiden with its sunny nooks.  So intent was Jean upon,the scene  that she did not notice the approach  of the curate till he laid'his hands  upon her shoulder: Then i she started up, only to find herself gently but  'firmly"held-'down'.. ���  "Jean, why have you avoided- me  all day? '.I ..wanted you to aid me  and' instead, you insist upon neglect-  ing.ine and aiding my people. Will  vou not redeem your pledge now ?  I need yoii, Jean. " They all love you,  but I even more than they.., Surely  yqu will not refuse me now?"  As Jean lay down to rest that night  she could not remember what her  answer liad been, but she knew that  sho wns very, very happy, and that  Mr. Waltham was the best curate she  had ever known or, for that matter.  ever- wished   to  know.  Her Uncooked Gown.  Miss Plulhgbl-.Miss Xewtbought ha-  gone the limit with her vegetarianism'  Miss Furbelow-Why. what i.s Iier hit  est? Miss Flulligirl���She actually re  fuses to wear anything hut raw silk  gowns now.  Time to  Be Diplomatic.  When a .-woman shows .voir the pic  lure of her  baby, remember that you  will get iuto trouble, nine times out o-.  ten, if you say exactly what you think  W/ LSO NS  ^���i^fif-  ^W.'SJ"-"  Hf��i  " a$SV..-,''  a|����A  'iiMiif  A'AiA-.  Every packet  will kill  -mors files than j  300 sheets  of sticky papor j  A'' Seaside   Engagement.*���   "Before  giving you my reply," she said,  "let  me have a distinct understanding. If  I am to consider this seriously ��� I ��� will.  have to say .'jSTo,'but if it is" onlv a'  summer resort engagement'I shall bo '  pleased to accept you for the time be- J  ing.*', , '. . .; ]'  Do You Believe This?  An    individual   went   iuto   n,   place  where things to wear are sold aud was  shown 1111.article of wear.  "Eljlere Is the-latest, thing.-" said the  -sales person, pro'dreing tie article of  wear. ,  "I wouldn't-be seen on the street in  that," said the patron.  '   "Try it on," suggested the sales person, and the customer did so and declared: f  "it is positively ridiculous. I would  not have It as a gift."  "But it is quite the latest stylf/"  urged.'the sales person, "and everybody  Is wearing it"  "Wf>H    T Qimnncn I'll  l,o,.��� *��� (������ ��.��� it.. I  faotlon eparsnteod.   AjSriiilorpriciiiiii.tiirli.il.  Weil, 1 suppose I II, have to take It,       COOPER CORDAGE CO., MinneapoU., Minn.  said the customer. !  Would you believe that the customci  was a man ?���Chicago Post.    SOLD   BY    DRUCCISTS, CROCERS AND CEMERAL CT0RES  10c per packet, or 3 packets for 25c. '  will laot a whole noaatn.  -BINDErR. TWINE,  Every ball fully Ooarauteeil  rt'id properly tatffsd to coin-  ply with Canadian luff*  STANDARD 500ft. P<r K.I.50 lb,.  MANILA 550 it. per b.U50ik.  MANILA 600 ft. per bale 501 bi. .  Treo on  boMrd curs  Calvary  $4.-7 5'  5.2l5  5.75  T^r��e- on  b"Hril car**  WlDnlpi.'i;  H*AA     il  j'-C-vt*  $4.38  3.38  mrklllLA OIAJ rt. per Dale Jul 0��. ��� 0..0 s*.jo  "DTdflrs rtoeHpt^J (uroii.j bale or inoniTTrtrujrt cavlx  with order or C. O..D. Prompt ahipi.iniit mi J ��KtU-  fuotimi ffnarsnteed.   Ask ti�� tor priea on car l'.ti..  W.    N.    U.    No.    699. ��II 1~fl-n���X"  W     *W- ~    - J      "  ^ *��� S. i- ��� i, p  >7^f<,  ' . -  ^  Dl'   '->���     A   '        ^   <  ' * i' $ a..  *,*.    �� jfl'.t-"  i V Pi #,>.  ���C ��:.' \ *  ',���.''   <{.*,.  * ' - rTt�� "* ���  J " k. **  *-���*% ',i *  ("��: \\-"f d  w *>*'�����:���',,,  ���,?.'^."-'a':; '",*'',  'ft;, -si-ji't,  .�������'.��� >r ��� *v ���*  f ��.-:*. V . n-4 -v  ' t    >       iv  ,    ���* ,    ���  {';.. fr.  '��. ..,*���-*' r  I#��i *n-1 Vf'  I&.S.V.'. CM  1        jillfAl  ot Moyie *>��* b^i Kfooteuay.  F. J. SMYTH. 1'ui-UriHKk.  'ri mm IBM K^vre^^sswsi  ������=���! 5��!^nj5S2<SE3^ri  ^.fHS>S>,Tl'  or lime >J"lffl? SlSnff" Monchlrt  feet cures. It ^"^f^XCjt Stone root.  Golden Seal I?P* Fg*J2?? S��t_aU of  ^���"^relihd1 ypraPscd as bodies for  f>?Kaftho ow^oS^on M��A Col;  lege:  Prof. lUre^the  Umv- of  Pa.,  K iTi>    or  OlX-lli!'"^-'*  One> Year.  $2.00  a.,  '   #Q "J * ���  I V���    �����*     T*M    *,./    ',  It* .'*'5- r s     i  L��t *,,,-".>* ���'  a     b,4*i*. * +''f  / '.v'-i^ki i*\'.  'h"^,f'-,hk.A"  kff'^-f'4  jf.^F'l  1 >.��'. i %(. ti-v'  .- teMlr'A  Ait *vc-fM .   -t ^1  ^L BAD "B^LL"  la tho  Nolson  D,uly��� New.  cf  'August 4th*tbe generous and   big  hearted    people   of ���ifoyie-were  ,  gLvau'a nasty sia1?J probably mua-  " watiooally.'bjr Alfred ^- ^r.  the reporter, Speaklug of the c.u-  load of refuge th*t wero being  brought to Moyio,and which Mr.  , pyer faunghs were to go   to  Nelson U<? say^: ,'  ��� '    'Tn the meantime the train had  A p.dled  but  of'Moyie   westward  Ld there-was no  time to xocall  '   thosennfortuuates'wUoKadiboeri  'riida  to    get off'pennitaas    at  '  Moyie to sleep yet  another mght  iu  the. streets   or'   wherpsoever  they could hnd shelter."  ,       The    foregoiag  is 'a   dastardly  "^isrepreseritation of the   f��cj�� of  tbe case.    Cranbrook had ^otif;ed,  ��� ^Iovio    that   these  riafortunates  ..' ,yere coming, and when  tho train  rolled in'at about one .o'clock   in  the morning they were' met -by a  Prof. Finlc:  nett Iiled  Kin?- M. -  >M. Scuddcrj  Edwin  Med  othe  ���ffi&XZ. M. a. of Ben:  illcge, Chicago; Prof. John.  of .Cincinnati.; prof. John  '   ^   or Cincinnati;  Prof.  v  M D., of Hahnemann  tf Chicago, and   scores   0{  *y eminent ln their sever*'  othorv'ejKrauy cmmnm. .u ���v.,- ^  n^7TnegTcTng-Plit7iin WT ^ ^0'oo'iS?  ^.f ordinary  A glance afr Ate published /qrmuU^U  lormlng drugs ami nu *.����-       ,    ���  pure, w,��S,e*fol,"^nBR petircly unobjeor  ^SWJ!H- ,Si'(SSdM is ainost useful agent  t onableand bC'Siues is �� -^     ,    ..     bron-  i in,tho euro of ^"flSa.   Thm  !'t��SI?&i��  i *      im>  Wyht'  -yj -'i    '"Jr    .-^  O *-      t��   Jt Itjrk'"   - *-   M-      J  iNT-i-UK   COUNTY   COUKT   OF E VST    KOOT-  INEN AT lK AT PERjaK IN* PBCBXTF. f  XOITCE   IS   PKU15BY. GIVEN* or.   the   24��  dav   it   July, 1��W, it was  orJered In     rutr  Court", tbi:tj��aie*misu��>n Annstr"'f' ��7?L''  Adn.tnts��rat9r,l�� and /or tb.t portion ���f the  county of Ko'oteuay laoluded Init bo Cr����  brook Electoral UWrlct. be, ��l.n ��l->t������r  of all and sincnl.r tho csute o _I HtrU.*: 0  Brier, lato of Moyie, 11. O , dcacsed l������*��t*^  Every ore.iitor or otlr.-r person having, w  Clalrr upon or Intent "in the dl.t.lbu ion of  tboitateof ih0��I4 deceased, H,.c.qnlred to  the morning they ^"���  -"  ^ " tS:S^ffi��''  committee   of about :20  to take U����tc��^d w^_ ^ ^^  Cm where they Wd-he l^li^^-^^^^  After   the  saHl   lwt   mentioned   date,   th.  Admir.iMmtQrwlll proceed  vritb  tt. d.btribu  tion ol  tl.6 estate, having reerard   to    .host  culm* only of ��-b.cb he shall bavo had no ice  jj.VTEU at'Craubrook, 11.  C.'th.s  S3lh  <^JJ   of  Fishing Tack!  RODS,3EEI,S- flies,  BAITS, LINKS, HOOKS  LEADER BOXES AND  TBOOLS.  Gree'nheart rods.from $3 to $13;  spUt bamboo from $1.00 to, *5.7a;  Lance wood rods from $2 to $o  Trunk rods from $ 1 to $4.50.       ���  MOYIE DRUG ���;,AND  STATIONERY ,; STORE.  3t..  Jpseph^   Qo^ivent.  * ' * NB1-S0N, B. C.  hoarding *nd Buy PoJjoo) conduct-  ed by the SibVers of St.'Joseph, Nelson  B 0'" -Comfnercial,, and /business  courses a specialty,' .Excellence and  swift :'progn*s8 charWtea��e, eaph department. ��� PareoLB, should write for  particulars. 'One month, assures he  public of 'the tjiorbugbn'^s pf the  ^isters'imethods of teaching. -Terms  comm-nco.Januftry/ April and .Sept  Pupils are admitted durine' t.erm.  ' *  i o.o. ^  *^ t    ��������* cCiri-��<Tf*r  %fPPtR T��*'r*y f ve"'neK '"soiourmnK  hall   on   Victoria   ftreei.        j  Odd 'p-ellows cordially u^ ^yn     I  ��� Nxhi-* Grand. �� __  sT7up������ todB" N'"s"'  K. of P.  .irilcets evfry Tlmrsdsy  evening    hi    McGrcfeor  ],���� at S CclocK.   Yw-  ifing bicthcrs invited.  -    . . E A. Hnx  W.J.FBMHA'M,    ' JC  1',.     ,-. K. B. and b,  Chancellor Com ��*' x  Shoe Repairing  MiniBg  Shoes  Made to Order  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 7kl W���F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall .����'*  S��;  ,-HV evenine.     Sojourning   meirihers  are rordiHlly invited to attend.  U/ J. Colter.,    -  ThoS.E. K*  President SecreUrJ  THECANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  xsTAnusurn iser  Paid-up Capital', $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, - ��� 5,000,000  Harvey,; .McCarter  &  :    . Macdonald.     .V  Barristers, Solicitors, Kotaries, Etc.  CrarxbrooK,   -   '^J^Jfy  __S?ff*.'��Si',A*       AT-  B. A. SMITH  SHOEMAK1H,   |  xMOIYE,  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  UF.AD   Ol-TFICC TORONTO ^  B  E. WALKER, President <  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  ������ ������ , '      ..  Branches throughout Canada,.and in the United States and England '  > ,_<'', y    '        .    v      '   , I  #   m i e. i R! CP O   Kvery facility afforded to farmers and    'I  PflUNTRY   BUbJNt^'J       others for the transaction of their  U ,'   -      .     e*n-es notes will be cashed or taken' for collection.       I  banking business.    S>ale* now.*        . ,  �� ..��   nyf   PilA'S!    Accounts may be opened by mail, and  BANKING' BY    Rl A �����-       monies  deposited  or ��� withdrawn ia  this way with equal facility.    ( ��� ',.'',.. 115  CRANBROOK BRfcHCH/  *:    ,..'   ���.,'-'   , P>T. BRYWNER,  X^opolitan Hotel  ' ��� HARRY DIMOUK,  Proprietor. -  Nearest Hotel t6 the St.,Eugcne mine  Headquarters   for Miners.;  BAIl STJPPblb^nTHW^TBRANJ^SO'F^IQUOK^  , Bates $l!0.0 aj.day and up. \  " '      '<' :l*y  '. "'-;,' ./ i'" '-,&-A''"',-';     '"    ' .  'ifK**v>.'^ ,   *  rit>'":'t^..v^   .  V$$i   df'    '  I fl"1!' '.*- * '  ' JW�����'f14'*,* t'<*.-   '  iKJ'-'TV--,"."-.*.  i-.^V*4-.'-. ..  i&tl-'-t^ \.  r ^��1} --   tv-  ���' vided'.with both food and shelter  The,   committee   were  expecting  "l50'and had  ample provision  fcr  tfcis  npinber,    However,   the   car  fbai xvas set off on the   sidotract  'bad inly about 40 in it. These  Were tenderly .cared for and. none  Malept^et another night'in ' the  JUly' J JAME3 kp.GU.--ON* A RMS rROXG*-  j ,,   ���. Oilicinl Administrator  C1UNBROOK LASD   DI^RTOT, DISTRTOr-  OF EAST KOOTENAY.    '*  ^Blept^yet another mga, m  -. * --������B^Yt   t - -'  greets;' as the News ,wouU_le*d   ^kk,--- �����t ^SpSSp,  the     OUtBide t   'pubUo    , tO     inter, lcn;ilnlu;id8t0   at.pl>-��or   pormisHoa io    pur,  t Q   ..nftrn���3   r,eO-    chase the followiiiR described Imj'ls-  *r<i-p.rfl are no more  genero\*.a  pou    ����  Wanted  about 50  BAKKlSTEil, SOtlClXOK. ICTC^  ceA.nbb.ook;,. ',  A 1"  33. C  l'., ,Vt-   H  . | J-tr(.1    ,V J  "There are no more  genero^3 peo  pie on earth than-those  living  in  Moyie,   and none   whoso hearts  were more .deeply touched by Fernie'* sad calamity.   Is   it jeason-  4b]e to suppose that a town of 1000  'inhabitants that raised   $3,000, or  $3 a head for every man,  woman  and child in it, wohU stand idly  by  and allow  these  refugees  to  shift for  themselves?   The News  has made an  error,  and an  km  endo has been  cast which Moyie  is perfectly justified in   resenting  chase the followinR described Jftr-'ls  -CnmmcncinB at a  post planted   about J)  chaln8 southwesterly froin^ the south-vest corner of Lor 4019. tUeuee North oue hnutlrerl  and  fourihaius, tl.enoe east  about twenty chBiiu.  to tho    British    Columbia    Southern  Railwaj  Riffht pf mv,  ther,ce wrothcr-jr    ��lou��    sard  right   of   way to   its    intcrsectroi)   with    the  North bou.rdarr  of Lot -1049, Group 1. thence  Westerly aloiip the Mld Sorth boundary, to   the  Northwest   corner of   said Lot   ��H9;   thence  Southerly  nlonii the Western boundary  of sard  Lot4019 to the south west corner  of  said I.nl .  4049, thence easterly along the southern   bonn-   porfc gfceele P. D. COX Zo.  dary of said Lot 4049 to the interaction  of thei  said Railway K.j-ht q[   Wus:  thence ���outherlr  kIoiir Eatd right of way to the poi��t j>l   com-  mencement. , ' '  DATED July21,190S  SELWYN GWrr.LVXI BLAYLOCK.  ,-' This-tie   I.rAnd   Creamery  Butter, 3 pQiujds'for, |l;90  -    >    '.       ���' ^'  ~ B-.    ���'    ',*���  Golden v.^st'1 Papery,  and TbistlD -Brand - Pftiry  Butter 25,rpepts'per poiind^  ^  p; BURNS &CQ  , y MOYIEf Bi ";C!.f -f.  j. .   ,..,   �����'   .. _ ' ��   '' t.    yy  "$     ,     *     ���  "'���     ' '      g  T. T. ilcVltl ie, C. V., V L.' S. II. (��� ��" ��->'��� c '  MfcVITTIE &j PARKER  '     Peovlvgiai. Laxd Sprvkyiso^  kaicway4 fining exginkeuing  Estimates Furnished.    .  OFFICE -  ��   0.'H..DXTNBARv  Barrister^ S6licit& Ifotury. public,1 Etc  :; i Cranbrook, JS- <-��.    i  de;j. b. jii^s,  WHEN, IN'���   '     '  CRANBROOK  ^=>-  **  K.'H. SMALL. JlanHifer.  Good rooms,' good tablOE and bar  {   and^firat class Bauiple roopiB  George, H v.Tfeompson,'  '-.'1      iBAJIRISTBB, SOLfCITOR     .-  i. * ,      ,  CR'A-NBROOK;,' . Britibh Colpmbia.  W/R.'BBATTY,{'Vr  '.-'''       .      ;, '   'A..    \.'  \  Embalmcr and Undertaker,  <. '  Wm. Jewell  Express and Generu-  ^^^CTT^elivery'. Busi-,  ^ness.   'Xivery^and  ���':Feed-Stable. ;,','. '���'.'.  wbdi?/ ai^d ; coal  l',v''t,,:�� Por ;:Sale; , '  ",'  , Leave Orders at ��� ' -   -   ;,  .   Gwynne's Store..   ,   , \, i  Mo^ie,V" ': -:f'V;BtitiBh Columbia  f . ��� 1  Cranbrook P. O. Box" 11.  TOR   SALE.  V> t?,3 "jH"'  ��� ��� **te ������ ift��t  The "stork" has been -working  overtime at Cranbrook.  ��� t-v   Foresight is  a  ve;*y   valuable  trait to posses3, but when winter  comes it is not to be compared  -with authraclic.  For sale, - valuable boarding  house property. Thirty feet  frontage on Tavistock street,  Moyie, B. O. The building consists of a two story frame house,  mansard* roof, including sitting  .room, dining room,, kitchen, pan  Ury, store room and office and H  bedrooms.    Building    may  be in-   ���#.  . bedrooms,    jiuuumiu    "*<*.*  i���  Mono  forUpectcd    on     application   to   R.  Moyie raised  nearly _ $3,000  foi i^    ^      ^^     ^^ ^m  tiereief of the Pernie sufferers, | ^ ^^.^  or an a rerage of about $3 a  head  BUY YOUR  CandLv  FROM  A B. Stewart & Co.  INTERNATIONALf ; -  HOTEL-  1 This hotel is  now " under now  management, and is first-lass  i * * *  in every respect.  B. E.  TAYLOR, .Mgra  Victoria Street.    '���   .  ,. -iv. aOABEI'4GBS;/.I>lces;.from.,Sup   .p.     ��  g^nWr/intA; f jf ;Rnfif^ti^' ���-. .'SlOl  >-���i  SEND  YOlfk \TOlik; JO^THE  KOOTENAY    /  STE'AM-/ ' -\'  LAUNDRY. c      ^  . , .  ...    NELSON  AU.White^Labor.   ;.  CotOpeMi^Bf  1," ���," p.Ti, ��. _-, -t*m---  LIMLITEp:i>   J  -4J: ^>  -1 ^, ,->���'j  ^. {i'/fVii t.-'.S^-'  < w  MOYIE   '        ,.-���,."       ,.        ' . ' ,  Leave work with the local agent,  5=5!      A. B., STEWART.  Q   V. DB3ADLNIEB  DEALER IH  for every man woman aud   child  in the plapo.  Campdell, .Aloyie. .renders wu. TTVmpmf  be received'at the office of W. F.jfcWOLlSUV  Ourd, barrister,  Cranbrook, B.C.  * CARPETS  Fernie is not "down and out"  by any means. It will again rise  from its ashes and will be a  brighter and inorc prosperous  city than ever.  up to August Jst. 1008.  i^ mi. -,. ^*y ��� ��� ��� ~  CARPENTER, WORK.  All parties desirous of having  any carpenter work done cannot  do better than comiiiunioato with  Wm. Tl ridges or Wm. Meredith,  Aldridge. Prices reasonable.  Work hrst class. Orders may be  left at Fitch's store.  j : * ' -  J _      IA *  Just now Moyie is gaining considerable notoriety in tho 9*st-  Kot on   account   of  its    mineral I Tp^qk    &  Go  resources or its scenic beauty thi;   beO.   K.    LQ2L^    &  KjO.  time,    howp.vpr,   but  F. J.  Blah-  tbe  child   abductor,  lived here.  who    once  f  *  '\Yh.i:t.,Ji  "-n   a    name?   The    V-  Bh'apsd buiHiag. which stands  on  the corner of Viotoria and Tavistock streets in  Moyie is  known  as the "Flatiron" building, natned  after    New    York's     skyscraper, j  The  Liki    Shore   hotel   is    com   j  rannly called tlie "Big Ship,"   aud'j  fche B-emner boarding  house   the  "LitMeShip."    And now the   eating  dppartment    in  the    "Little  Ship"'for. the Pernie  refugees   is  to have no less  a   title   than  the  n��i}ver Grill."  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  Qur Wprk" is our  Advertisement  When   furnishing   your  homo or hotel don't rorr  get  we crpi furnish  you  promptly and compete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON, .   -   -    B, C?  AG NTS  Mason (t Bisch Piano Co.  Qbtermoor Mattress.  Globe-Wernick Office Furniture.  V'V-MOYliS^-"-' H0TET '  '<   ; ' ,.        :    ���<���.   PfF. JtOBJi'SlOTf  \ ThiB Hotel is New and weU.^S1^'*.^  Tables are Supplied y^J1 wi^d J3  ,      Marnet affords. The Bar, is ���e�� 3  | .      theJBest Brandsof Liquors and Oigw  h     *    * '���*        *  ��� '' !  S       ,~y   HEADQUARTERS  FOB COMMERCIAL  1 ���-   " AND MINING MEK .mt,  ?      . . "*' .     _ _. ititixxsn COLl��  fe     JIOXIK ��� -.���      ,��� s      ,  GENTLEMEN���  If you want a  stylish,   up  to1 date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our sprint; goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We guaratee  all  Our Work.  Cleaning, '    repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  C. A. FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, B. O  PROMPT DELIVERY. *  Queens' Ave,     MOYIE  I Moyie fBeef  ���.Heaii' Office:  CFvANBRpOK A        -  il     *  B. 0.  See  V. S. Liddieoatt,  Moyie, B.C.  ���THE���  _., ,       .    ._�����   Colic Cholera ana  Chamberlain S   Diarrhoea Vcmecly.  Never fails.   Buy it now.   It may sav^ life.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.  _. ,       ,    ���    ������   Colic, Cholera and  Chamberlain S   Diarrhoea Remedy.   -  Never fails.   Buy it uow.   It may sav* li{e:  DKSADLNIEIt     BROS.:  Pov8.(  Lar^e sample tooiii in connection  with house for com mere ial men. Be  of accommodations.  Headquarters   for   Commercial and Mining Men.  !    Queens avenue, moyie, b. o  Thinking of Spring  Painting, Etc?  r THEjST   REMEMBER  B. H. SHORT I  CRANBROOK, 13. .0  '     Pox   33.    I  Will send competent  man to paint, kalso-  mine or paper your  home.  Summer    Excursion  Rates Esat, $60,00  From Moyie to Wmmpepr, Du*  luth, Tort William, St. Paul,  Sioux City.  Chicago' $":_*:���  St j-jouis (l"-:-i0  New York WS-^O  Toronto   ��iM  Montreal 105.00  Ottawa 103.00  StJohn.N.U.  120.00  Halifax 131.20  Sidney, 0. B 130.00  Tickets on sale May 1 aud IS,  June 5, 6, 19 and 29: July 0, 7, 22  and 23; August 0,7, ,21 and .22,  1908. First class, round trip,  NINETY DAY LIMIT.  Routes^T-Tickets good via any  recognized routes in one or both  directions. To destinations east  of Chicago are good via the Great  Lakes. i  For further information   rate3,  sleeping oar reservation apply  C. E. McPHERSON', G. P. A.  Winnipeg, Man.  J.MOE.D. P. A.  Nelson, B, O,  As  m��d��bytho  present brewer  is   admiU.J  Best Beer in East Kootenay. With the Best ��!�����  u e Purest Spring Water it is hnexcolled foiqual ���  Insist on having Moyie Beer.  Bottled and Draft Beer.  CHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  Property for Sale  IN ALL PARTS OE TOWN  f, j,si  Insurance, Real  Estate, Colleo     .^..-^jg


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