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Array '" *, ,*" Jv**<71  -4      ' ,       ��*,W1  , .     ^ '     K4''/'  1       6  U  eJKU ��� ^hd^X  MOYIE, B.C..1TOUST 26.1905.  S3 A YEAR  WgAIRS^I^HBN^S; '; CLOTHING  ' ** J* /     " it:     .    r     '       ���  !��� ^    "���    *���    W���-��.      W  (   t* ���    i    m j ���  , Td:s^efct;frbim Vr hisrOlbth^'  ihg;;mustXbr;soldi Bring  y6ur"moneytalonvg and see  howiasf^  JAMES GILL  REARRESTED  1   GENERAL. NEWS   NOTES.  Mark Twain is dangerously ill.  Was Brought   Back  ���,., to Cpanbrodk.  ' Portland's population is between 130:  000 and 135,000.  A baby show Will be one ol the  features of'the Nelson fair.  ^T^pffTpgHr&nS re-sstBtagga  IS M OH SIX CHARGES  fie Is Now in Nelson Jail  Waiting for His "-Trial-  '  .    to,Gome   Off; " ,  Cranbrook Herald: ,'James Gill was  br'ougfil 'to Cranbrook-, Monday,, and  oii Tuesday'was given another,heariDg  'and commilied^on ''six, charges.' AV. R.  Ross appeared for (Sill and'J. A. Hur-  tvcy1 for V. Hyde Baker, who was 'prosecuting:- This'-means that in all.' prob���  ability,*if will-��o,ha'rder with tlie i-riso-  ner this time than' it did before.^ Gill  was' .taken to* Nelson Wednesday  by'constable Morris and wt^s placed  in jail to" await trial./    - ,w    , ���'  Sam Spears has been appointed  a  justice oi tho peace for Yalik.  'i  j '       ���  There will'be an eclipse of  the sua  next Wednesday, August 30 th.  In tho Russian army nearly ono hail  ol the soldiers aro unable' to  read , or  write.' ;     '    *  ' ���*  r TheSulian of Suua''has'ofTer)od Hii  hand in'marriage to President Roosevelt'j daughter. ,' , ,<���  ������Upwards of-3500 men have come  from tbe maritime provinces, to:; work  in the Manitoba harvest fields.   '"   '    ,  Lasted Only   a Few  Few Pays..    ,  'X  All Their Demands Are to  Be '���.Complied with bv!<<  \tlie 'Company, ���;,  t  fc  c&~  *��  "W^&f&  Preserving season,, is  here, and \^e have put  into stock -the well  known "Crown Brand'?  which f has proved itself to he .the most satisfactory jar on ,the  market.*  *-v -���  ;tiab6r-Day..  nond oinco\ - *  CIt.VNIUtOOK    . *  .t' ��\  ���'.   >T-  'h>V>-"'~(,-  ��ik yie, :b;,c.  ���' ^VTry^lFewvCJans of? <i \  "Void^Homestead ���  s ' ���'   Vegetables anci fruits 'at V ���  IThe^Moyio h'ose teamMs getting in  'fine condition"for'the races at,,Cran-r  brook'"ou Labor, Day.' Two teams axe  aIso.getting]themselves in shape for  the 'drilling' matches.,.' From", present  indications the attendance from Moyio  will be good?,     '^' .  '<r,^\       -  ��& Sitting of'Coiirt/    *  1 *.   , ' V      - ��� "  IU'    '      ��   *   .  '. .'     i'.     . '       '  'i/TiierVwill be a sitting o��,tlie small  debts Wart ia.'Moyie^next , Tuesday,  life129th insfc.l"*Some other_case8 will  afsS'be beardr>"Js5ph tflcderstadt has  Been summonsed .ou t the '.charge - of  , selling HquorVithout a'licence.",  V;-^hVs��'Eugene,'; \-\*-  ,.' *.  "   *    -������      .��' r ���  *lTbe three new boilers for the St Eugene are .hore and are being ' installed."  The'20 Ra'nd dnlls'whicli wereordeied  some tinie ago horn tbe Jenckcs   Machine Co. have not yet   reached   here.  o- ~    J " ~*  "Knocked Out bv Cas,  Jack McTavish, Patrick Higgins  and another man were knocked out by  gau while working in tbe winze iu the  Lak'e Shore shaft leyel last nigbt, aud  bad a narrow escape from being asphyxiated.  The Ladv of Lyons.  O cylloo'txoja.^  Farreir & Smyth, ffloyie.;  I *��� ' !���������  v ���*! ���- _^__���^^t^mm^mmmmmm���*"*********1*****"^  JUST RECEIVED J���-^^  "'       A T.AKGE CONSIG^ME^r OF   .  "  tanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear.  returned.   For ealo by  THE   MEN'S   FURNISHERS  imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT^  Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received. - isavinRa  Thoro is no better iuvestment than a joavrngs  Bank doposit.  Once opened it grows whether added to or   not  Interest   allowed at   current   rates   and   com .  pounded twico a year.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  PINKHAM, Manager.  ��� ���*$"*  One of the cleverest combinations  touring this soason has been secured  as the attraction at the Eagle's hall  on Saturday evening, September 10th.  The celebrated English -. A.ctress, Miss  Margaret Neville, heads the company  referrod lo. Sho . was heretofore a  prominent and attractive member of  Sir Uenry Irving's company. The  play is on titled "Tho Lady of Lyons."  Miss Neville and her company have  been accorded the highest praise  everywaere, and the supporting company is Baid to bo of an equally hi&h  order of merit.  We Make a Specialty  of tho diamond solitaire engagement Ring and tho Wedding Ring- T1*e foimor binds  the bargain, the latter ties tho  knot. If you have any serious  intentions, young man , let s  fix you up. A uico stock to .  select from.  W. H. WILSON,  Jeweler. CRANBROOK, B. C  STOP AT TEtE  Breckenr'idge' & Lund are ' working  &350 men on their railway.cbntrftct between Yank and the boundary Hno.'   ���  . ���; ., ���:  ' i      '  Russia declares (she will pay Japan no  indemnity,"-", direct or indirect,, nor  wtir'she make, any concessions ,���of< ter  ritory,.wbatdver. \..,_,    t- .    ;    '    /       -  ,"Tlie'actual amount of mpney claimed to be in* circulation in the IJuited  States gives an' average^'of $31.29   to  each"andividual.''' *   - ' \.    ,^ -  r,  ",, i     ' _-���"���  . '    ;  Port 'Arthur isluaraed in honor of  Lieutenant commander Aithur of ,tbe  British navy, wh^anchored his ship  in the bay one day'about 50 yoara' ago:  ��� j ���*- "* *' '"- V ���*   "    "   '' ���       '       "  irSmith & Co.V'.'u'ndertakers'.in 'Spor  kane, lijtve' bean Tawarded \tlie,; cou-  tractofBburyin'g^ tbe^pauper' dead   of  -the county for 25 cents for   eich  bur-  ii]~       "���     ,; '���''        "- ,' ��, : S-  v Fernie^iad anotber firo last nigb't.  The 'block 'in,'"which .th'e ^Baptist  church, Quaen's'iic^tel and several pri-  vdlej.r��sidencesjar!?.,L?��?.*ft' *?; ,���'r'ei1  oiit. * ,        "'  -   ,^    "      * '   . _ ti  K 'Spokaue has taken-one; stepl"in_ ^  progress toward.,' a\ great,- exposition.  This year, for the/first time, it* will put.  dn-at'the Interstate 'Fair.'grounds," in  October, a night show. ,' ~ " " .*' "'";.  '  -r "(������''        * ���  Tho total number of patients treated  in tbe Winnipeg general hospital during the week ending Aug. 19, was '32G,  oi whom 20i were men, 81 women and  4.4. children-. ,  Mrs. Buchanan is in1 destitute circumstances in Fernie aud has applied  to the city for relief. Her husband is  serving a 30 day sentence in tbe lockup for drunkenness.     '        ' '  At Butte last Sunday nine persons  were killed, one fatally injured and  about 12 others mora or less injured in  a collision between a street car filled  with returning merrymakers from the  Columbia Gardens and a ireigbt train.  "Sir" Wil'iam Laduer," ihe veterau  breeder of thoroughbred cattle in the  Delta, and a well known old-timer of  British Columbia, has the honor of being tbe first exhibitor to make entry  in the liye stock show of the 1005  Dominion Fair.  Ready made houses are now1 being  used in tho Northwest Territories to a  considerable extent. They are being  made at the Hastings Lumber company's works in Vancouver. They are  made in sections that can be easily  put together. They are good houses,  durable convenient and neat in appearance. They can be placed on  stone foundations or on tho ground.  It is believed tbey will come into general uso on tho praires.  Coming Events.  Cranbrook Labor Day celebration���  Monday, September 4th. ^  Nelson Fair opens Sept. 20th and  closos Sept. 23rd.  Goldon's annual celebration takes  placo on September ISth and 19tli.  Dominion Exhibition at New Westminster opens Sept. 27th and closes  Oct. 7 th.  Spokane Intcrstate_Fair opens Oct.  9ih and closes Oct. 15th.  The Lewis and Clark Fair at Portland will close Oct. loth.    striking miners* at .Fornio^:  back to wprk.' All the'dema  AfU*r being out only aJfew days' tho,  "have gonel  ���demand's of the  miners wero complied with.   The men  are'.to receivo the,wages as contended  and the price"for'tlio moving'-of ,Mc-  Ginty remain's at $3/-\The interpretation of article 13 is to be definitely set  'tied upon'the-arrival of   Mr.' Lindsay  'on the.first'of the month.   ���        <* " ,*  LOCAL' news: < .,,  PINT^-'QUARTS' - .HALF'GALLONS  ft i  ���AND���'  ��   -  If  >  /. -*  . r i  *r%  '&  ������V .y&v  '-���:-!"-'>VJi'I  i i*v        ���        ft, i      n    a f i-gnu. '  v !  The Band-Dance.'  J. F. M.  i *-:j_i:, j../. i,  ���I. rtiJ.-X".  -ii'.'' 0-< iii *���"���  . ^^I**' �� ' ���  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  E. H. SM-AXI., ttlanacor.  Good lf.omti, ,"*< 1  f|  ii id  !-..i     -I', J'  i.bli-n md bar,  ,-,"... r.s*ti).  ���WotUIncontlioarnrkotKqunl toChambcr-  I��ln's   Colic,   Cliolora   and    DlHrj-Uopa  itamcrty.  This fact is well known to druggists  everywhere, and nine out of ten will  cive costomers this preparation when  tho best 5s abked Tor. Mr. Obc Wii-  mer, a prominent druggist ot Joplin,  Mo., in a circular to 'his customers,  says- "There is nothing on the market in tho way of patent medecinc  which equal? Cbambeibuu s Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ior  bowel complaints. We sell a"d  -re"-*-.amend tbv p-uiv.r.i'.:ois. - r>-  tJle oy fe. V. Hi"'."  The Moyie scliool opened Monday.  Mrs>, ' Lowney ��� .'recurned  yebterday,  from Butte.   l ,  '\,_   _^  Tbe.Metbodist^churcli is receiving a  coat of paint.        '-    '",.      ,     ���    ,L. "  Chas. Armstronc; has  gone to Y,m-  c-juver to reside.   .,  .   'James'   Cronin'^is'expected'home  from atossland today!    '' ,   "  ' Joe Goupill's" mother "anived,r here  Sunday frohi Nakus^v, ���' - ^       ,  G. T. McGregor is coming'tot 'Moyie  tho fore part of September.* - ' '% ���  '* ,.Tm BuUer, th'o% U��uUer, spent Mon-  day'and Tuesday iu Cranbrook. ^ ,-  ��/Mre^ Striugham and' son 'returned  home' Wednesday from Spokane.-,; *  ''���Frof.iWilson was angling^ for trout  'near Kitchener/during ihe  week.,  W. B. MncFarlane, oi tbe Cranbrook  Co-operative store's, w^s in town Mon-  uay- ' >      ,��������  Work on J. S. MacEacliera's new  residence on Tavistock street is progressing favorably. '  Thos. Morgan, Provincial mine, inspector, was here yesterday looking  through tho St. Eugene.  e! A. Uill's wifo and child and Mrs.  Jcflerson are expected home ' from  God'ericb, Ont.,   tomorrow.    ,  W. H. Baldwin tins week purchased  a half interest in Chas. Livesley's express and dray business.   ���  'Father Choinel has gone lo the  coast to spend a few Weck6. When he  returns he will be stationed at Ft*ruic.  Coming to Cranbroo"k on Labor  Day? Ic will give you a chance to  get your photo taken at Prest's Studio,  Mrs. D. N. Mclntyre, sister of D. A'.  Stewart aud,his brother,- was here this  week from Chesley, Ont, on a visit.  Patrick Higgins returned Sunday  from a several days' trip up the St.  Mary's riyer , \\h*jre ho was inspecting  some mining properties",  " Prest's Studio in Cranbrook will be  open all day September 4ih for tbe  acconimodatiou of visitors from Moyie  and all other points along the C. P. R.  John Murphy, Chas. Mooney and  Hurry' Mooney, all cripples, wero  giyen orders to leave town Tuesday  morning. They were beggmg and all  had money.  A party was given at tho home of  Mr. and- Mrs. Footo Mondjy evening  in honor of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Elrncr,  it being thoir sixteenth wedding anniversary.  The semi-annual election of the  Movie Miners' union will be held next  Saturday, August 2nd. The nominations will be closed at tonight's meeting.  W. Johnoon, of the L.ike Shore  boarding bouse, will return in a lew  days from the Similkaineen country,  where lie has been looking after his  mining interests.  The Moyie bosid of trade will bold a  menting acx.1 Wedncbday evening,  ���Vugust 30th. Some important business will be brought; before it  good attendance is desired,  f.'Tho members of the'Moyie band will  give their danco'.in Eagle hall next  -Thursday evening, August 31 it.' The  boys iii'teuded giving^-, dt&ce several  weeks ago? but decided to postpone'it  until now on account of the weather.  The dance is for the purpose ot raising funds to carry ou their work'. Tick-  els w ill be !?1 and evarvbody ..will- be  welcome/ The batid is making excel-.  lent progress and is ^deserving of every  encouragement.,"'     ������ '  , "me^al market. :, -; *  NEw'/Xo'ifcc-pBar silver,' 613- cents  '   -*it       V"1 -'���''��v..-.  Lead, !?4.00:/i,Zinc (speltort $5.75:  London-���Le'ad,'�� 14. Is  3d.,,-.  '   'A .'.iCs^t;!  >*d--, f  '���?,  >* S.   -  j'i ".to  ���f '   -jAf i'4, A  ������.v.  *\[ Eagle Grand A'erie.^\ /  t   ��� _  r ^  W. H-Davis" of,- Cleveland, Ohio,  has Ijeen elected grand worthy, -'presi-  ,dent,6f Fraternal ,0~rder of Eagles, and  A. E. Partridge' was re-elected t grand  worthy stcretiuy. *���"Milwaukee w.is se-.  lected as the next meeting place by1 a  bare 'majority over San Francisco.  Kunso.3 City aerie drill team was  awarded tb'o first prize for the best exemplification of tlie degree work.  Cozad's Show.    ,  .���-7-  '��n  l ��� * Sx       ~*'r   jj   ,  .. &*i*-=*-;-r'(*4-!r^<|  '     ,r.l        Mi,   4i/.���VLI?*.|  exponent^of  Socialism, bald -an'open.  air meeting on,-VictorU street' Wed--"  ne'sda'y evening and delivered Ja lecture  ���  on tliat'sui''je"ct-'    Mr. Lund' makes, a >'  good, plain talk,and no one who/licara V  him can question.his sincerity ih��bis  belief. , Up'until a few yearsagb Luad J  wasia contractor\and was a large^em-���  ploi-cr'ot labor.' _?He also at'/pne._,Umo**^  ran,tlio ',KIcmdyke   hotel 'in Nelson:' ' , _, ^ ^^.^.^  During the''-Cbxcy  army'uprising^ in;  ."  hprh*$gg*3��  1893 Lun'd^iiiii&o.'himsfilf famous .by^^--.> * *!**m&a#f  his libtiral^douations  of-money)'beef^",--,   . n^-^y-^^  and'groceries*to help the '.'boys'-' along." ,* <,*-f v��^||J^f|t  Then durin'g'.tbe "Coeur d'AleneTtrou-- ' ~ ---y--*-  ble'ho sent,two;carloads ofr provisions,  to the men pin   the "bull  pen."    Mr,1  Lund'is*the,!author of, a book, which  be is now selling.  At a, referendum vote of the Socialist   party  recently  taken Mr, Lund  was   selected' as   a  member   of, the.  . -- <>       - ,      '  national committee.  '"a-IV'-^-f j  ... \& j-">,'3 -,-- rw.*-^jt I  I, % ,'  if    * tf-  '       "I  'Ml  jLast-Saturday was circus day. The  big' tent was stretched <.on Victoria  strcot and a performance was given in  the evening. Upwards of 300 people  attended. The show was good, and  many of tbe dogs aud ponie" displayed almost human intelligence,  aud  a  AIIlcIi. Cows For  Sale.  * I have eight Jersey milch   cows  for ,j horso ,power  salo at Fort Steele, also yearling registered bull.  Th��3 cows will give milk all  winter.  J. W. Carroll,  'Fort Steele, B. C  Bought a Launch.  "<��� Frank Johnston of the Moyie hotel  was iu Nelson tbts week and purchased a gasoline launch. It will be  loaded and shipped at once and > will  probably arrive hero tomorrow or  next day. The-'launch is 16 f6et long,  has a 44-foot beam and has. a two.  engine. Its speed is  about seven miles an hour.-- A boat of  this sort has long been needed on  Moyie lake, and Mr. Johnston is to ba  commended for his enterprise.   '<  - ffyf 1  Made From  rapes  rapes  "Vriiii'  '"i^^^m^^  From fif apes  A little forethought may save no  cud of trouble. Anyone who makes  it a rule to keep Cnamberlain s Colic,  Uholer* and Dianhoea Remedy at  baud knows this a fact. For sale by  i a >: lit:- ''  PRICE BAKING rOWDC^ CO . CHICAGO.  ���*---  ^ -  imt-^wwh'?*'**5 -yrtt'-a*'*  itea-meg-KgaBBa txsiUi.*3kwaE3i  ,te***��J*si*i,fc-.V hi'  ^-v  r _.--   J-L .,*-Vr^--  ��WHEN KNIGHTHOOD  s^  **_  &  don sat reading. "Gods, those were er- j    -yy hen. He ffpTJke ho Ignored all she had  citing moments! .My heart beat like a , g^  Or, The Love Story of Charlf-s Brandon and Mary Tudor, Ihe King's Sister, and  Happening In the Reign of His August Majesty King Henry the Eighth  KjewriUen nmJ Slendered Inlo Modern Englixli From  Sir Edwin  C&a!todcn*a Mcotolr  By   EDWIN   CASKODEN   [CHARLES   MAJOR]  Copvri0lit. JS3Sand 1901, by the Ikiucn-MemUCompany ,  &%&&&��&&��m&���$&&%&&&&mm&&��m&  1?M  i-v---.  mfm  ,V -  ���i�� V fcjjfrafc'*,' - -.  ���A-1 ... i-V-iA^Wp' --*��� *  v-  '-/  j   "������'" ^I'M'4/^   '   '  '  "'"'"V w-'*'I.^M'-'"-*. ** ���'  ~(T-k    .     r'^S'lJS}!?}1''   ���* *,! >*���-      f  ���*f ��ji-    ,L'-��K-ia*i!i-��'j.' >,'-i/  *���<'"".' &$m. '  '" f        ' *ll ''  :.-  ".���*��� /s fit ���,'  .&*   -v4-'  i&& ",i"^;-i  aWri ���* i,.i  JfeF  ���HP",-) Vft<-��  Vf.*"  "You are surely right, Sir Edwin    I  have no excuse.   I t'liu have none, but  I will tell you .how it was.    You remember the flay you left me in tlie  walling room   of   tlie   king's   council,  when tbey -were discussing my  mar-  / riage without one thought of  me, as  if 1 were but a sln-\e or a dumb brute  '  that  could not  feeJV"    She  liefran  to  , i       weep a little, but soon recovered her-  v      self.'    ','WhiIo  waiting- for you do return tlie Duke of Buckingham came in.  I knew Henry was li.vbig to sell me to  tlie  French  king,  and, my  heart  was  full of trouble--fromfnioro causes than  you can know.    All the .council, especially that butcher's bon, were urging  him on, and Henry himself was anxious   that   the   marriage   should    be  ���    ' brought about    lie, thought it would  strengthen him for the imperial crown.  lie wants everything and Is' ambitious  to ho emperor.    Emperor!   'lie. would  ',  , cut a pretty flgurel    I-"h,opod, though,  ' I should bo able to induce lilm not to*  -���fsacrifico mo to his selfish Interests, as  i'l Jiave dono before, but I. knew only  too,well It would tax my powers ,to>tUe  'utmost this time. rI know that If I,did'  anything'to'angor or to nntngonlza him  it would be nil nt an end wltlMiie. You'  '   knowihe Is so .exacting, with other poo-'  pie's conduct for ono who Is "so careless  ,    of his own���so virtuous by ptoxy; ,You  -remember  bow   cruelly  ho   disgraced  ,,     "and  crushed, poor  Lad,v_ Chesterfield,  ,   ' who was in sucli trouble about her bus-  ��� baud aud who went to Gtouclie's,oiiIy  J~    lo learn. If.ho were true to tier.; Ilomv  ^seeins to;,be particularly  sensitive  In  ' ,th.it' directlpn. '  One   would   think-it  , ".was In'the commaiidment'., 'Tliou slialt  not'go to Grouche's.' *r . ' '  i       "Well,  1 knew  I could do nothing  ,      with Henry if,.he once learned of that  visit,'especlally'ns it resulted so  fa-  ,   'tally. lOh,'-wliy 'did I go?   Why.did I  'go?] That,was, why I hesitated'tq tell,  Ileury at'once.  I was hoping some' o,th-'  i.    er why, would open .wheieby I.might  ' '*��� save Charles^Mastor Uriindon_ While  I was waiting along enine'the Duke^ot  Buekinghain', and  as I know he was  popular in London arid had almost as  much' influence   there  as  tlio dcltig  n,  ��� (thought came to me that he might help  '.us,      '  .' / J   '  \ "I knew that,ho and Muster Brandon  '' ^hnd passed''a few angry words nt one  4 'time In my ballroom������-you rcniombcr���  -, but I also' knew that the duke was In���'  in_lovo.-wlth.uie, you know, or'pretond-  ^ort lo be���he always siiid lie was���and I  - - felt sure I could by a little flattery ln-  '( duce him to .'do anything He was nt-  ���_  wnys  protesting  that  ho   woulil   givo  if  I  1 -t   < *  *        5  �� i j   i  ">'Xi-  11 'J I  *"w.t    I  ���, 'h'i  '9,1  Llf    ''  -II*?  -s-J-  V'  "You aro too laic."  half his blood to serve me.  As If any--  body wanted n drop of his wietched  blood.     Toor   Master    Brandon!   'His  blood"��� and tears 'came, choking her  woids for the moment.   "So I told tlio  duke I had promised you and Jane to  procuie Master Brandon's'liberty, and  asked him to do it for me.   He gladly  consented  and gave  me  his   knightly  word  that  it  should   be   attended   to  without an hour's delay,   no said  It  might have to he done secretly In the  way of an escape���not otliclally���ns the  Londoners were very Je-iloifs of their  rights and much aroused on account of  the killing.  Especially, lie said, that at  that time great caution must be used,  us tho king was anxious to conciliate  tba city in order to piocure a loan for  some purpose���my dow er, I suppose.  -The duke said It should bo ns I  Wished; that Master Itiandon should  escape and remain away fiom London  for a few weeks until the king pro-  cufod his lonn and then be freed by  royul proclamation.  "I saw Buckingham the next day, for  I was veiy anxious, you may bo sure,  nud he snld the keeper of Newgate had  told liiiu it imu been nrninged tho  illicit before ns desired, I hud come  to Windsor because it was more quiet,  and my heart wns full. It Is quite a  distance from London, nnd I thought  ,it mljjht afford a better opportunity to  ���to nee��� I tliought, perhaps Maxtor  Knuid,-ui might come���might want to���  to-.see Jane nud me. In fact, I wrote  him before I left Greenwich that I  should be here. Then I heard he hart  gone to New Spain. Now you sec how  ill my troubles have come upon me at  once, and this tbe greatest of them,  because It Is my fault. I can ask no  forgiveness from any one, for I cannot  forgive myself."  She then inquired about Brandon's  health and spirits, and I left out no  distressing detail, you may he sine.  During rny recital she sat with downcast eyes and tear stained fuv.o pluvmg  with the ribbons of her hat.  When I was ready to go. she said  "Please say to Master Brandon I should  like���to���see���him if he cares to come, -  if only that I may toll him how it happened."  "I greatly fear, in fact, I know he  will not come," said I. "The crudest  blow of all, worse even than the dungeon or tho sentence of death, was  your failure to save him.   He trusted  you no implicitly. At the time of his  arrest he refused to allow me,to tell  the king, saying ho knew ycu -would  '.ee to it���that you were pure gold."  "Ah, did he say that?" she asked, as  a sad littlefsmlle lighted her face.  '"His faith was so entirely without  doubt that his recoil from you is correspondingly j great. He goes to New  Spain as soon as his health is recovered  sulllclcntly for him to travel." -  ��� This sent the last deck of, color "from  her face, and with tlie words almost  choking her throat, "Then tell' him  what I have said to you and perhaps  he will not feel so"��� '  "I cannot do that either. Lady'Mary.  When I mentioned your name the other,,  day, he said he would curse me if I ever spoke it again in bis henrhig."4  "Is it so bad as that?;' Then, meditatively; "And nt his trial he did not tell  the reason for the killing? < Would not  compromise me, who had served him  so 111, oven to save bis own life? Noble,  noble!" And her lips went logetheras  she lose to her feet.v' No tears now;  nothing but glowing, 'determined womanhood, ,i'  "Then I .will go to him wherever he  mny.be., Ho shall; forgive me, no matter what my fault." ��  Soon after this, we were on our way  to London at a brisk (gallop.       ''  Wo* were all very'silent, but at one  timo, Mary spoke up from the rnldsfof  a reverie: "During the moment when I  thought Mnster Brandon bad been executed���when you said It was too late������  ii/ao'emea mat I was born apraln ana an'  made over;1; that I," was changed in the  very" texture' of1'my jinturo'by   the  shock,-ns tliey,'sayi*the,grnlu of'the iron,  cannon Is sometimes' changed by too  ^lolent an explosion."-And this proved  to be true in some respects.  .     *-,..���,..  We-rode on rapidly and did'" not stop,  in Lo'ndoif except' td give  the horses*  'drink. -, ,  ' "      ��' , ��� ''  C. r '  'After crossing the bridge Mary.said,  .half lo Jane and half to hen=elf,-"I will  ,never marry tbe French king���never."  Mary' was', but a girl pitted1, against a  body of brutalimpn,*two of them rulers  of the two'greatest nations on earth-  rather heavy dd'ds for one woman:     '' j,  Wo rode down' to Greenwich and entered the palace without exciting comment, as the princess was in the habit  of coming aiid going'at will-C  "��� The'king and queen and most of the  com tiers wero In Uondoii at Bridewell  House   and   Baynard's , castle,'5 where  -Henry   was   vigorously * pushing- the'  loan qf fiOO.OQO crownsjfor'Mary's "dower, the only business of state in which  at that time he took,,any* active'' interest.  Subsequently, as, you know,, he became interested'in  tbe divorce 'laws  nnd  the Various  methods 'whereby  a'  man, especially a klug^ might rid him-  ,self .of a distasteful wife, and after he,  saw the truth iii Anne Boleyn's ej'cs he  adopted a (Combined'policy ^ofvchurch'  and statecraft that has-brought us'a  deal of senselessjroublc ever since arid  is lik'o to keep it up. u k  As to Miuy's dower, nenry was to  pay Louis only 400,000 crowns, but he  made the marriage an excuse for an  exti.i 100,000 to bo devoted to his own  private use. ,  When we arrived at the palace the  girls went to their apartments and I  to mine, where I found Brandon reading. There was only one window1 to  our common room���a dormer window'  set i,nto tho roof and reached by a lit-  | tie passage as broad as the window itself and perhaps n yard and a half  long, in -tho alcove thus formed was  a bench along tho wall, cushioned by  Brandon's gijeat campaign cloak. In  this window wo often sat and read, and  here was Brandon with bis book. I bad  intended to tell him the girls wero coming, for when Mary asked mo if I  thought be would come to her at tbe  palace, and when I had again said no,  she reiterated her Intention of going  to him at onco; but my courage failed  me and I did not speak of-it.  I knew that Maty ought not to come  to our room, and that if news of, it  should reach the king's ears there  would be more and worse trouble than  ever, nnd ns usunl Brandon would pay  the penalty for all. Then again, if it  were discovered it might seriously compromise both Mary mid .Tane, as the  world is full of people who would rather say nnd believe an evil thing of another than to sny their prayers or to  believe the holy creed.  I had said ns much to the Lady Mary  when she expressed her determination  to go to Brandon. She had been In the  Wrong so much of late that she was  humbled, and I was brave enough to  say whatever I felt, but sho said sho  had thought It all over, and as every  one was away from Greenwich It  would -not be found out if dono secretly.  She told Jane sho need not go; that  she, Mary, did not want" to take any  risk of couipiomlsing her.  .Time would have gone, though, had  she known that all her fair name would  go with hor. Sho was right, you see,  w hen she told me while riding over to  Windsor that .should Mary's love blossom into a full blown passion she  would wreck everything and everybody. Including heiM'lf pcihaps, to attain the object of so great n desire.  It looked now ns if sho wore on the  highroad to that end. Nothing short  ot chains and fetleis could have kept  her fiom going to Brandon that evening There was an inherent force abom  her that was irresistible aud swept  everything befoio it  In our garret she was to meet another will, stronger and infinitely better  controlled than her own, and I did not  know how itlvould all turn out.   '  CHAPTER XII.  '   -   atOiv-ement.������'.',-  HAD not been long In'the'room  when a knock at the door announced the girls. I admitted  I'them,   and   Mary  walked" ito  tho middle of the floor.   It was'Just  growing dark, nnd the room wns quite  dim, sayo at tho window whqre Bran-  womau's. Brandon saw the girls when  they entered, but never so much as  looked up from his book. You must remember he had a great grievance. Jane  and I had remained near the door, and  poor Mary was a pitiable princess,i  standing there so full of doubt in the  middle of the room. After, a moment  she stepped toward the window and,  with quick coining breath, stopped at  the threshold of the little passage.  ' "Master Brandon, I have "come, not to  make excuses, for,nothing can-excuse  me, but to tell you how- it all happened  ���by trusting to another."   "  Brandon arose and, marking the  place In his book with his linger, followed Mary," who bad stepped backward into the room.     "        ,  "Your highness is very gracious and  kind thus to honor me, but as our wnys  will hereafterrHe as far apart as the  world is broad, I think it would have  been far better had you refrained from  so imprudent a visit, especially as anything one so' exalted as yourself may  have to say can be no affair of such as  I���one Just free of the hangman's  noose." ,        ��� ,     j.   "  , "Oh,'don't. I pray you!��� Let me tell  you, and it may make a difference. It  must pain you, I know,,to think of mo  as you do, after���nfter-r-ypu know; after what has passed between us." >  ','Yes, that only makes It all the harder. If you could give your kisses"���and  she blushed red'as blood���*!to' one for  whom you care soillttle that ypu could  leave him to dip,like * dog, when'a  word from' you would have saved him,  what reason have I to suppose they tire  I, not for every man ?" *'  This gave Mary an opening(of which  sho was quick enough, to talce advantage, for Brandon was' In' tho wrpng.  ".You know that is not true. r~ You aro  not honest with'me nor, with yourself,  ,and,that Is not like you. You know that',  no other,man" ever had, or',cou!d have,  any favor from me, even the slightest.  Wantonness is not among my thousand  (.faults.    It is nb^ that which^ angers  you. You are sure enough of hie in that  respect.'-, In truth, I had almost''come  to'believe you were too sure,'that I had,  grown cheap in your eyes, and y'ou did  not^'care' so^ Tnuch as I' thought^and  hoped for what I had to give,'for'after  that day ypu came not near me nt all.  I kndw it was the part of 'wisdom and  prudenco'that you should remain awayj'  but'had'you cared as'much as I your  prudence would not have held you."   '  jShe hung her<head a moment ln'sl-  -lencc,' then,  looking-at- him,' almost  .ready for tears, continued: "A man-has  no right to,speak In that way,of'a woman whose'little favors he'has taken,  and make herregretthat she has given  a gift only that it may recoil upon her.  ,'LittIe,' 'did l'say?.\ Sir, ao you know  what,that���first���kiss was to me?   Had  I possessed all. the crowns "of all. the  earth I would have given'them to'ybu  asrwlllingly.   Now* you know the'value  I placed on it, however worthless it  was to you.   Yet^I was "a cheerful giver  of that gift,,was"I not?   And, can you  find it ln your 'heart to make of.' It a  Bhamefto me-���that'of which I was so  proud?" ���          -.,.,*,,-      i   'i.  'She stooddhere, with head inc'iinea a  -little to _one-8ide,-looking'at'him in-'  qulringly'as if awaiting an answer. He.,  did uotf speak, but looked ..steadily at'  his, book. *I felt, however, thathe'was  changing, aiid(J was sure' her" beauty,  never more exquisite than,In "its .present1, humility," would yet ntone'for even  so great a fault as hers.' Err, look beau-"  tiful 'and  receive remission!    Such1 a  woman,as Mary carries her indulgence  in her face. ' * * = (  I now began'to realize for the first  time the wondrous power of this1 girl,  and ceased to'marvel that she had always .been nble to turn even ^.he king,  .the   most .violent,   stubborn "mau (on  earth, to her own wishes.  Her manner  mnde her words eloquent, and already,  with true feminine tactics, she had put  Brandon  in the  wrong  in .everything  because he was wrong in part  ' Then she quickly went over what she  had, said to me. 'She told of her great  dread lest the king should learn of tho  visit to Grouche's and its fatal consequences,  knowing full  well  it would  render Henry impervious to her influence and precipitate the French marriage.   She told him of how she 'was  going to the king the day, after the arrest to ask his release, and of the meeting with Buckingham, and his promise.  Still Brandon said nothing and stood  ns if politely waiting for her to withdraw.  She remained silent a, littlo time,  waiting for him' to speak, when tears,  partly of-vexation, I think, moistened  her eyes. '  "Tell mo at least,"' she said,  "that  you know,I speak the truth.   I have always believed ln you, and now I nsk  for your faith.   I would not lie to yoir  in tho faintest shading of a thought���  not for heaven itself���not even for your  love and forgiveness, much as they nro  to me, and I, want to know that you  are sure of my  truthfulness,  if you  doubt all else.   You see I speak plainly  of what your love Is to  me,  for although by remaining away you made  mo fear I hnd been too lavish with my  favors���that is every woman's fear���I  knew in my heart you loved me; that  you could not have done and said what  you did otherwise. ' Now you see what  faith I have in you, nnd you a mnn,  whom a woman's instinct prompts to  doubt How does it compare with your  faith in me, a woman, whom all the instincts of a mnnly nature should dispose to trust?    It seems to be an unwritten law that a man may Ho to a  woman concerning tho most Important  thing in life to her and be proud of it,  but you see even now I have all faith  in   your   love   for  me,   else   I   6urely  should not be here. You see I trust even  your  unspoken word,  when  it might,  without much blame to you, be a spoken He; yet you do not trust me, who  have   no   world-given   right   to   speak  falsely about such   things,  and  when  that which I now do Is full of shame  for me, nnd what I have done full of  guilt, if inspired by aught but the purest   truth   from  my  heart of   hearts.  Your words mean  so much���so  much  more,  I think,  than you  realize-'and  are so cruel In turning to evil the highest, 'purest iinpulso a woman can feel���  the glowing pride in self surrender.and  tho sweet, delightful privilege of giving,  where she loves.   How can you?   How  can.you?"    ; .   " ,  How .eloquent she was! It seemed to  me this would have mel ted the frozen  sea, but I think Brandon felt that now  his only hope lay in the safeguard of  his constantly. uDbeld lndta-nnHon.  "You did well to employ my Lord of  -Buckingham. It will make matters  more interesting when I tell you It was  he who attacked you and was caught  by the leg under his wounded horse; he  was lame, I am told, for some time afterward. I had watched hini following  you from the gate at Bridewell and at  once recognized him when his mask  fell off during the fight by, the wall.  You have done well at every step, I  see." "  , "Oh, God; to think of it! Had I but  known! Buckingham shall pay for this  with his head; but how could I know?  I was but a poor, distracted girl, sure  to make somt�� fatal or:or. I was In  such agony���your wounds���believe me,  I suffered more from them than you  could. Every pain you fell was a pang.  ,for me���and then that awful marriage!  I 'was being sold like a wretched slavn  to that old satyr, to be gloated over  and feasted upon.  No man can linow  the horror of that thought to o woman  ���to any woman, good'or bad. To have  one's  beauty  turn  to  curse her  and.  make her desirable only���only as well  fed cattle are prized., No matter how  great  the   manifestation   of  such   so  called love, it all the more repels a  woman and adds to her loathing xdny  by day.   Then, there  was  something  worse than all"���she was almost weeping now���"I might have beeu*>able tot  bear the thougbt'even of that hideous'  ���marriages-others  have  lived   through  tho  -llkc---b,ut���but, 'after��� that���that  day���when you���It seemed  that your  touch was a spark dropped into a heart  full of tinder, which bad been lying  there awaiting it all these years.   In  that one moment the dame grew so intense  I  could' not withstand It. , My<  throat ached;. I could scarcely���breatlicv  and it,seemed  that ray ,heart would  burst." Here the/tears gushed forth as'  she took a step towards him with1'out-,  stretched arms and safd between sobs:  "I wanted you, you, for my husband-^  ��� for my husband, and I could not bear;  "the.torturing thought of losing you'or  enduring'tany other man. I,, could/not  give you* up, a'fter 'that���It was all .tod  Jlate, tpqjlate; it bad' gone,too��� far. I  . was lost lost!'!* , ',,."'%'" - ..?-'-"  ,i- He sprang-to .where she stood leaning'toward him and'caught her to'his  ��� breast" ", -J, '*        ���'" , '''' . ox'"'\ ��� "  > She "held^ him; from i> her 'whilb'" sho  i said: "Now ypu know���now, you know  that L'wouldnot have left you in(that'  terrible place had I known-it, i^No, "not  if it had 'taken' my 'life'to  buy your  freedom." - > , - r   ,'c  "I'do know;fl? do know. <Be sure of  'that"-. I know it and shall know it al-,  'ways, whatever happens; nettling can  chnnge me.. I, Avill never/doubt/you  again. It is my turn tot ask'forgiveness  now.".:,--.'   ' ���   ' ���; -  "No, no. Just forgive me.. That is all  I ask.'/ And her head was on his breast  '"-"Let us'step out into tbe passageway,  Edwin," said Jane, and .we did. rThero  wero times when'Jane seemed to' be in-  spired..   - ,    ��� - - > ��� ���'-      -'-1 .<���.? -  ���When we went back intoTthe'Vooin',  Mary and 'Brandon^were sitting Jn* the  'window-way on-his"great>cloak. .Theyft  rose and'came,to us, lipldlng (_each/.oth-(  er S naudo, una'Mury aoked, looking up.  to him:  ,/V"   ** y    >-" *   ;      " '<       f-  ;   "Shall we tell them ?'?..,,"'-/ , ',<. " \'\~J  "As you Hke,"'my la'dy."  Humor 'and Philosophy  By  DUNCAN  M. SMITH  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  Considering the good thing'he has,to  sell, a life insurance agent would hardly be willing to admit that honesty is  the best policy.  Sometimes tbe  man with the hoe  ^cannot help wishing that he' had  fallen ln love  with a woman  who liked to make  garden.  ' Some men would give a good deal it  they were able to hide their past under  , a bushel.  ' ��   '  ' <'  A snap always appears much brighter after it Is lost.     t ,'  ��� '  Poverty and a good appetite'generally go hand in'hand. l ."       ,  Contrary to the general opinion, a  man usually has tho last word, but he  has It below his breath.',   " ,'  * ' >       ' h Y  A stitch In time Is better than- a  whole seam In eternity.    ' .   \'  j Gambling is to bo discouraged on the  Isthmus, although It Is admitted 'that  spades are trump there. ,"   i," i  AFTERNOON CALLS  A Few Don't* That It Would Be Well  to Bear In Mad.        ,, ,.  An afternoon call must be a short  and yet not a hurried one. Don't enter the house saying that you have not  a minute and don't leave it declaring  that you must'hurry 'on to another  friend or you give an idea that your  visit has been paid grudgingly.  Don't monopolize, the conversation.  Your hostoss likes to retell her own  news, to air her own grievances, to discuss mutual 'friends, from her own  point of vlew^ You may be the most  amusing person prosent, but your .-very  brilliancy gives others, the desire to  shine also, and courtosy demands that,  you should give them their opportunity,  says an exchange., t ' ',     ,"���'���   ,  1 Above all, don't talk of yourself. "I"9  Is a letter of the alphabet to be omitted  as much as possible'. Who, does,'not*  know the bore who*?tells you. of his'  health, his family, his plans,'till you"  sigh of unutterable relief when ^ he at  length takes his departure? \_ ;\ ��!���       ;  There  is ' ar military  offense, called  "forcing the. sentry.".   Don't /'force"  /���COB.:  (f   ���       ,,.-.. ��� / ., ��� ��� - -   -  ,,    i      Rise and Fall of William,   ft-'*  Knaw a follow, name was Bill,   "    ���*",,  ', liaised down yonder by the mill,      I  nOot tn devilment and claared.   j.'    , V I  And tho first thing that wo hoar&d   '  "was that Bill had gono to town,, ,    -%-  ���  Sobered up and settled down, ,, ''     ;,.  Quit Mil meanness"and his'tricks  .,  And had oono ln politics.       "       ,, -',',  >-    "       , -���'       ,'       ' "i' v^r ''   '-  r  ' Hearod that he.had^sot to bsV     J *' '  '   Alderman and drew a feo "' '     ���'   **'  ��� s'That was blgr''enough, to pari-,.",*.',-' >,  ' ( "For a shoo shine every day;'1   ' * '   , *i.  ', Wo was proud, since things was thus,  "'That he,had bcon one'of-us; '- ���-��    - '  That with us h�� used to mix/.*   <[ ���'" ,  'Now ho'was lnfpolitics.'  -"�� **">���'-��� ���-���"  ��� i-1   '_, ���!���   '- -',     f- -, 'of -   ,'  ,���   ,'      '  .1.    <-  '" Didn't "call 'him Dill no moro; -H '   ���-,  -?Called him.���Mr.iWIlllamlOrr;  --*"   ,>���-  (\ All tho,.meanrio'ss that ha done'" "*      ' -  fWo was cortain was In fun;,       ',     .,  rThouffh hls-,good traits had been slim,-  We thougrit up a'*few for him��� _, " ' /  Ho was,ono'of our own chicks      * rS-r*"  -Since he'd riz In'politics. .       ''  ���> '  ..Well/sir, word came down by mall '���*%  , That thoy had him locked In Jail >-', ���  - 'Cause he'd stole 0tho city blind. ������:,-  ��� After that you'couldn't And    ' '-',',  Not a friend ot'Blll tn town.'','���..' '    i  Every, follow., threwhlBa'downi*  ��� -*f  r) Every ono declared that thoy '   " '_*;  'Had boen ��uro he'd end that ���wr."\'  \ <,��� *-I, iv*. --^ - (-,-~?-_: ti'^.  The unfortunate hostess-may be.indisposed, busy, worried or have important  letters to write; so respect,hor orders'  to her sentry and content yourself with;  lenvlng your card.  '   '  "  T,;,   '; ** " ���"  Don't utter, In. an .audible ���*'aside /to,  'your companion/1 ''Thank-heaven,' they,  aro"out!"t A'whisper,'Is'' fraught with?  'danger' and'may! possibly ���be.retailed  from one person* to1 another-.until J it  reaches 'tho mistress of the house. - .-��� \  -", .i    ,   ,  i :  ���. O'   -*"' -  ��'��� -."A USEFULXHAIR.&v,'/  *   I* 1- /,t ,   ,J /-*   ,.*-  ��� v-   ��_ J       I <i .  s  . (��� '1 .   ' I     '  Bares   Time  nnd ."Nerve*  In; Drosslnff ���  jiA   nn< Hmndllnfir,the ,'Baby.';,'*:-r  ; Xho -proper}'caring �� for,,���baby,  has"  grown'to bo.moro'and^mofe'of.an/art,  and among tha rcceutacquisltlbns got  - 'i - * .. -   -   -h   .     *��� *-.'.    . ..  - *   --.<  nccom.panyinjg-.pio-  'if-tV    'i-V'-iA-d"-".*, if V  then ''afterward ^made^love,'0rast they..  Jogged home ln the* big'farm wagon, ' .  The,l8inglng school"-was a great in-'  stltutlon In Its day, but modern Inventions ���������have'' made It av back number.*  Any man with a few, dollars and'a little credit can buy a phonograph and  be his own singing school. ' '  ���L-   ,-   The" Singing School,'  .WhIlo\there  may   be'_ parts,!.��*>' tho  cpuntryipln; which  the  slnglng(. school  still 'flourishes/.yet as, a national Institution-it has gone the f>way��of, roller���<  skates arid blue glass.'! ���.. vV        ,",  l"  The" singling ^school had,its  inning  when rural^communltiosiformed'an im-1  portant !part of the'nation-fin' the day's'  beforcj the 'farmer's^ boy 'started' for  ^ town .as soon as he^learnoa to4.wallc*to  ���look f6f,a"''Job;lh,a^bank% *. "j-.   *"v..-**'  ,. .    .       .   , .  ,.   v,._.  .   >J 'Jm those days?the'yourig~pe6ple of the'  'Mary, was willing',' and^Iobkedi'for neighborhoodgot togetherJn^the" sch'ool-'-  JBrahdon-,.toi'speak.-"so^ he*-said, yi'This.rhouse'and made* melody,-or'something-  Iady.whoml hold by, the'hand and'iny- 'thdt.passed.as7'aT'8ubstltute_fbr,.It and"  self' havVprbmised, each*other "before  tbe. good, God, to" be husb'arid"_ andfwifp  if fortune' ever so favor1 us that it be  possible.", " v   \   ���' ���. '' J' J.  '"No;.that is not it" interrupted Mary. "There is no 'if in it It Wall, be  whether it is possible or not1- Nothing'  shall prevent",, At this she kissed Jane  and told her how "she loved her, and  gave me her hand, for her love was so  great wltttln her that it overflowed  upon every one. She, however, always  had a plenitude of love for Jane, and,  though she might scold her and apparently misuse her, Jancwas as dear as  a sister "and was always' sure of her  steadfast, tried and lasting affection.  After Mary had said there should be  no "if".Brandon replied:  , "Very well, Mme. Destiny." ���Tlicn,  turning to us, "What ought I to do for  one who is willing to stoop from so  high an estate to honor me and be my  wife?"   '' , ,      , iv   '  "Love her and her alone with your  whole heart as long as you live. That  Is all she wants, I am. sure," volunteered Jane scntimentaliv  "i' -cbefu-l orfAiB roBfTHB -sruBS-eirr.  '    6AttrE <*I^ THAME8.  Important Historic Event-Nen, ,  '        ^rue^'dofB^t^''  The Hour of Peril.  The' following nnes <.���    "  late newspaper form a re,  ,l��r��m ��  Important  histoile  event  -In ?r of ���*���*���  neglect of a true 'friend on,,      ll*��  ��� the hour of peril JdT"ail��u   *^ ta  nlze.the  services   of a  brave  alloy: .        ��� . e  ,   '< Tecumseh.  181S-1900.  :^UdarkehyourrS httVC 8PCd ^^thi,  !Wh^rmSWal'8flerCOrlimo-^l!4  Forest among the nation's sons ^  T v U<SS��d,ea- 81nc'e lheh ,n w-to,  Blessings have crowned   us    v������  -     bright array Aow  ��  �����f '5 fn men and cltl^ "olds m  �� 0%&��*tro��� th0 atormy ***> ot  , There lingers still one mighty debttJ  Eternal granite .toWrlnc to the skt^'  'Should fitly witness Ws ot*��al ifij    ,  Who /with his country nobly atrlvea, m  i ��� ' ales,i *     ��� , u I  'Instead���well-may wo blush with hon  - ,' ' est shame!--   , > m '  Tecumseh died the nation's lire to save I  This t Is ' his 'monument���an  unmarked  ���  gravol '. ' '���, wl  '   f ' ' I     ;" *      *    ���Victor Laurlston.  ^  V.', -^Battlo of the ThamoB.  �����' The b'atUe'-'of tho -fhames was foucht  tIn'October,, 181S.    Fiftynlno years ago  therorstood*.oni��the roadside   on   *b��  Longswoods'road a littlo   loK   school-  house; 'a' few, rods away stood a war  . side tav>rn called., the Tecumseh hou%  'marked,by ar swinging sign with  tht  '.rudei painting of an Indian on It The  ,spot is'sltuated about two miles as uk  . crow flies from Thamosvllle, that U the  ?Thamesvtlel.of that day, which wis a  hamlet-on^the Longswoods   rpad   th(  traveled'routed af that time from the'  west:to London,, Hamilton, and oth-j  * places east^The-Thamcsvllle or to-day  Jto'on'.the, Great .Western Hail->-ay, now I  ".tho Grand Trunk which had not ai that'  '���timo .been rbutlt ���I or.T apparontly   been L  thought ot-iTh'o little schoolhouse stood' I  within' a fewi feet; of .whero,,Tecumseh I  was/kllled.' /The writer ln'tlS'6 taught i  lYoung Canada ln that ltttlo schoolhoiuo.  yKlght. there" wos\tho " Battle   of   the  ^Thamea. fought    Gen. proctor, with" a  '-teyri regulars, arid a body of IndLins un-  'dorL.Teoumse'h'"had''becn retreating k-  r*fore^ the larger forces of .Americans un-  -der,Gen.''-Harrlson, until this spot was  rea'ched,fwhen',Tecumseh,    It i8 said,  ^positively,, refused to,   retreat   further,  ;but reiolvedlto'make'a stand In,defence  '.of'-.the^Indlari'' settlement 'of Mora\Iaa-  town, about" a mile further up the river.  }*y*fk .-'Sbeath of.Tecumseh.   ���'  y'^Tho^spot'-^was^ well'chosen for 'de-  Cence-^The'surrounding- country was  ecovere4;��with prlmevlal forest trees, tha  only approach''"to''it being 'the road  ���There.was a*saridy ridgo ninnlag west-  ^ward^and on "tho side next tho roaii a  "black,fa8h" swale.-- Behind thh1 ridgo  Tecumseh and | his men had erected a  ^ ��� .*".,.-.- ��� u-. -"��'-��--.�� Vrt-- .>-'.* i Tudo'breost worlts' of logrs. ��� Proctor bid  ture,j.twith.two drawers.to^contain-'alj,  ono";field'..piece-pointing- down  to  ^  fthatris necessary in tho^dressing,"of <tho  ���'little ono,'":;i .^^���-^-cyi^is^; y^-i i��:  *'. Thoidrawers ��� are^ divided^ Into 'com-  partmonts to bold��safe'ty^lnii,"^powd��rl  puffr.handkerchlef.^brush^arid^co'mbV;  feeding^ utensils  and  other^oddBr'and.*  road; but the .story goes in the locality '  "that ho.l'had retreated before tho Amei*-  '"leans, hod arrived, and not a shot was  * fired. S 'As  the" Kentucklans 'advanced  ralong" the^road' thinking^, the , Indians  wero farther'.cost and that they would-  ^outflank ^therts,'' ���? rushed rf' through the*  <Bwale;,b"ut Instead came~dlroctly on Te-  <cumsoh;sl"posltlon and there the Indians,  ���fought*and many"qfHhom wero 'killed,, j  i amongj-'therri^thefr' great chief, whobo-*  ibody/ls-"said toihave been mutilated bT< |  The Dinere-hce."  ^    ��� <y ��� j ������     ^��� ���- _���- ��� -^ ___ _ r/tt _____ ,   __, . _.����_,  .would^ greatly^ simplify" thej^ti-ylng'opjer--^  atlo'n of dressing a*-fractIous'Infant"and,  save,nurse*and 'mbtner'muc_\ann^es4kto0V Afte,r ^^I  sari,trouble.-Philadelphla Press.*^.1*,'!e^dTc^th-tu?d'^ s,c^-.terl,ng ��f j*  --��� .<.."-    -.      .._-j?^ ~^t    men in the woods, Genl Harrison mado  ..    ,. --,���...  .-  -,    no serious attempt'to .penetrate'  much  Tender yoet.y     ,. S1 V,( *..  Girls who serve"7In shc^psjand'others  whose occupation, keeps them; on their  feet 'a;Jgreat.''deal "often 7are ".troubled  with chafed,'sore and bllstered'foet^no  matter how comfortably ^thelr ���Jhoes"  mayflt. A pbwder.asod In the German  army -for 6lfting Into' the shoes and  stockings   of   foot   soldiers ,1s   called  ���''.     ' i,'��;.-. *���,-.j1."'       farther into-the country,, but soon re  ', tired "again to" Detroit.  ,"./';,_/:& Saw the.Groat Chief.  ,-The'late;Mr.'"Cornwaif~who had a  small saw rand grist ^ mill', at. Tliames-  ville\ when "tho writer [was ���"teaching in  the neighborhood said he was a *>mall  boy at tho* timo of the battle, *and ihe  ovenlng before  thc'battlo,  as l\p was  ���, .        . ,    _,,   .  .   ���      , .      __.*���> in  the-woods  looking after the coab,  /'fusstreupulvor-   and consists of three   he. came ' right on Tecumseh's   cami>-  Matcliiuiikliipr In France.  A recent writer says'of the commercial side of matchmaking in Fiance:  "In most French marriages money  play^s tlie important part. Tbe first  'question, asked by the young man is,  'How much?' As a rule, it Is an easy  matter' to ascertain without applying  diroctlj- to the papa, but oven when no  question of dowry is raised at the formal demand there Is always a contract drawn up by a notary, which  specifies''the exact sum tlie girl receives."  .A clerk on* evening- tappod a tilt  And took therefrom a dollar bill���  Of course to Jail he went.   >  Another fellow, much moro slick,  Purloined a million by a trick-  To congress be was sent  A Mnn  of  Credit.  A distinguished Irish lawyer, always  In impoverished circumstances, once  took Chief Justice "Whiteside to see his  magnificently furnished new bouse ln  Dublin. '  "Don't you think," he said, with a  complacent look about, "that I deservo  great credit for this?"  "Yes," the Judge answered dryly,  "and you appear to have got It."  Keep Growing. (    >   ���-  "Fishes  are the  only   animals  that  grow after they are doad." s  "Never heard of that."  "Yes,  they aro always -about three  Inches longer by tho time a man gets  back   to  town   and  is  telling   about  them."  parts of salicylic.^ acid,**-ten parts of  starch and elghty-seven'.parts-oC-pul-  verlsed soapstono. ���Any chemist will  ���mako It up for ra small1 sum. ,'It keeps  the feot dry, prevents'chafing and rapidly heals sore spots. Finely pulverized  soapstone only is very, good. When the  foet merely ache a very'useful remedy  may,be found in the followlng:'Tako a"  teaspoonful of ordinary washing soda,'.  dissolve It ln half a' gallon of warm .water and bathe the-feet In itfor about  .half an hour. Repeat this from timo to  time. A hot' water bath' is also highly  excellent for ' tired' "feet ��� American  Queen.H ���---..   -      -]   .-���    , v  ^    -���  An Advantage.  'His house was built upon th�� sand.  And when hlg-h water reached the spot  It took his heavy building- and  Itomoved it to a better lot  Gauging His Price.  VYes, tho widow thought everythlnjr'  of him."  "Why didn't she marry him,' then?"  "Sho didn't want to give up her pension of $0 a month."  A ScrlonN  Moment.  "Yes," said the married man meditatively, "when you see a woman hanging  out a line of clothes nnd tho line slips  and lets tlie blessed lot down in the  mud, that, my boy, is tlie psychological  moment In which to leave that woman  alone."  One Thing Locking.  "Sho Inherited her beauty from her  mother and her wit from her father."  "Now all sho needs to make her attractive is to inherit a fortune from her  uncle."  ' Take a Best at Noon. .,  Get into the practice of taking a rest  at noon. Lie down if'only for ten minutes, or Ave minutes. If you cannoMIo  down lean back ln a 'chair and closo  your eyes. Just forget everything.  Rost; relax." Even if ypu dp not sleep,  rest' This practice will make you live  'longer. It will make��� you healthier  while you do live It will probably  make people want you to livo longer.  It will 'take tho ' tangle out of your  nerves, the irritability1 out of your  temper, tho wrinkles out of^your face.  It will make your eyes brighter, your  face fuller.   Try It���Medical Talk.  Guessed the Price.  "He Is looking for a present for his  mother-in-law."  "Ah, that explains why he borrowed  BO cents of me yesterday."  ICt ton en   Convenience.  Littlo glass medicine cups, with teaspoonful, tablespoonful and wineglass-  ful Indlcatod ln raised lettors, are valuable to have In the kitchen, says the  Brooklyn Times. Tho usual method of  guessing at tho right quantity of salt  flavoring extract or other cooking material Is not to be recommended. Teaspoons are not mode in any uniform  size. Medicine glasses are.  No Excuse.  The bachelor, when his hair comes out  Takes littlo Joy In llfo.  Because ho cannot go about  _ And lay it on his wife.  Favor* Contraction,  The fellow who is anxious to males the alri  nls brldo.  When seated ;tn tin parlor and nestled by  ��� her side;-. V; ...''���'':.'  And watchins evbry' movement  .Would think tt an Improvement  iK  thoy didn't make  the aofaa auite so  A Pronorttonntc  Income.  Brush���So PInxit Is painting miniatures? How Is he getting on? Palotte  ���Oh, he's making a miniature livmgj���  Washington Post  Tho Indians,had killed a cow.and wtro  'cooking steaks for supper.' Ho sold  i,Tecuriiseh was a flno tall man, wearing  an" officer's sash, and  had around his  .neck a ribbon on*which was suspended  a 'largo silver medal. Mr. Cornwall  said .Tecumseh,could speak English  and spoke kindly to him, patting him  on the head. Many have wondered that  while, monuments have been erected to  "tho memory of others, perhaps less de-  serving," this, great Indian chief has  been* treated with neglect It is doubt-  'fill tfvany ono  knows  the location ot  bis 'grave.    The 'story  there  at   the  time Is  that - his braves   carried   the ]  body away into the woods Ieavlnij no  ���mark"where, they left it The stage  always made a stop at the Tccumbch  house, on 'the battle ground and tho  Americans who were passing through  tha country, cut down sapllnss and  mado canes out. "of them, as souvenirs  .of their visit to the place of an American victory over a few Indians.  u ____���_������ '  Sir William Van Home.  William C. Van Home,   ono of th��  world's great railroad men, began   his  career as a telegraph operator in Chicago, says Success.   He rapidly rose to  high places ln railroading, and In t"0  early 80's he had attained such a reputation In the business that Lord Stratn*  oona. the financier of the project to construct  the  Canadian   Pacific Kallway,  selected the young American as ffcnrm  manager and chief of tho building ova-  ation8.     Ho was so successful in th'3  work and rendered such important service to tho Dominion of Canada in r-usn-  Ing tho railroad across her vast cxpansa  to tho Pacific Ocean that in 1SS6 Q->cl*  Vlotorla knighted him.     rro-einincntiy  ondowed with common sonso and hum  or, ho la not tho man    to    tak-ii   n��  knightly honors too seriously.   Shoru>  after receiving his tltlo ho exclaimeu  to a group of friends:  "This 'Sir William' business is very  fine, but I'd like to hear what (ho bW;  down ln Chicago will havo to say  nboui  wide.  Better Late Than Never. ."-' V     *  .ArH^V01)!? Wh0 )UBt ��me In and  ���ettled for ifaj, paper la. over eighty  years of age." ^  "You could call bira m eld rattler  couldn't jquV*  il  The  Only One ol Its Kind.  On an evening somewhere about the  end of tho sixteenth century a traveler  from Sweden might have been observed at tho door of the Rose theater in  London. He was going to see a new  piece called "Titus; Andronicus,": and  in order to follow itin. the, native language ho bought a copy, of the play,  price sixpence,; at, the theater door.  When ho went homo to 'Sweden betook  the book with him to show his wife  nnd friends what strango ..stuff the  foreigner ranted. For 300 y&rs it was  preserved and in 1004, being discovered in, the home of a countrywoman,  was transferred for safety to the Lund  university. Tho book Is tho only one  of its kind known to exist  UWtTil    U.&    \_'Jl_'VU.��-_'     W��*l    11-"--    ���*���-  ,  it    Thoyvua��d to call   mo  Just  P-***"  BilL"--    Shertdnn'n Trnp.  Any interruption while ho was ma��  Ing a speech always caused IllcIiRr��  Brinsley Sheridan considerable anno)-  ance.   On one occasion the dnimati��-  showed  his   displeasure   of a  lew*  member of the house of commons vuo  kept  crying out  "Hoar,  hear" every  fow minutes.  During a cortain debaw  Sheridan took occasion to descrllio ��  political'.���contemporary, who wished i  play? rogue, but had only spnso onoug  to act::fool.   "Where,"  exbl.almed ue,  with great emphasis���"where shall w  find a more foolish.knave or a nior  .knavish fool than ha?" ��ha  , , "Hear,  hoar,"   was  shouted by. ">  troublesome member. '.  Sheridan turned and, thnnklng w  honorable member for the promptj  formation, sat down amid a S8��8r  roar of laughter. ���       ) J>    ,    "
-"* w» - :',   ' -
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'. •"
"' I
-5  r'v
ft ... 1
w a> Bartleman, Could get no, Relief,
till he tried the Great Canadian
Kidney Remedy.       '   ' ■'
■Wanella. AW., N.' W. T„ Aug. 7.—
-   «3 -This  thriving  towa.tmmr
,(^oiP'of-tho   most j remarkable
isl?,- „  Kidney Disease that has ever
fn^Mi*St<S«on tho Mirairlos/'Mr:
\Z   d'   Bwtlomnn.    a-   well-known
^;e   IS tho   man,, cured *ang.'he
!,uK*s'tbe following statement:—      '
a,ld.I in,    Kidney .TioublQ and If de-
,0lopoa into Diabetes:, I went ,50 the
, m,,r hut his treatment'was  of no
dnS*bSer to me.   I began-to take,
i-180,r   Kidney    Pills', In   -December
tf ^K«o?kythem. nil,' winter,   and
lammcr whllo.1 was unable, to work
*mv forto.   I took twelve,boxes in ol
ami in August, 1 was able to .work:*,'
•    -Now I am quite, strong., 1 worked
,11 winter without, pains, invmy back
' lIS"pari of my body.'*' Dodd's.Kid-
r npV 1'llls cured mo. „ ,        < <  1
1       if the  Kldnoy' Disease'>, of   long
h Btamllng It may take time, to cure it,
„ ll,itl""dd'B Kldndy PlUs, will do Jt ;.
'       THE WAY TO>0'THINGS.':',   !•'
,   If ..lioro is that In'your nature which-
* anmands the best,and will take,noUv
taK low and you do; not demoralize
U,fB sianilwd by, tiio/„habltvof.l do-
* "relation in everything yoiCdo,   -you;
* viu arlitove distinction-, Inj someone
if Vouthave tho .perslstonco'-and^de-
irrnilnatlon to folldw your, ideal. ,*,, ,.;
'"■But if you aro-satisfied /with ^the
cheap and'shoddy, ,'tho botchedis* an d-
itovenly, It you/'are-^ not ^particular
'about tlio quality inyouivwork, -*or. In
your environment,., or Jn;, your,, person-
1      /al habits, then you - must f expect",to
«     take second place;, to ,fail;,back.,into
L , the rear .of the procession,   v.^ ,„">,y
People who have accomplished work
'worth while have*! lfad;a\>ei-y. C-high.
sense 'of   the -way,!to . do*ifthings.
'"■They have not beon content with mediocrity.   Tbey have'not confined them-
solves to tbe   beaten"";tracks; ■-, they
have never been satisfied Jto.do;* things^
'lust as others do .thenVbut always a'
- little   better. xTheyi always.. '* pushed
.things that came-to"'.their ^hands ; a
.little higher ,up,.a*jllttlo farther,/on.
his this little,hlghor up/JIttle .farther,
on, that'cotints inr.tho.ftuaHty-'of dlfe's
work.   It 'is tho" constant 'oflor>lo,' be
-,< first-class in everything .one attempts
;/that conauers-the '.heights.'"of,'-' excellence. \  jy    it* "x -> ,',*' ,•„.-, ^ ">>■
.   * * ^     n, y » *—V f     j    '**
."■K'A Recognised, Regulator^To bring
l^l'lho digestive organs'into symmetrical.
1/hoiking is  the"--aim";of ," physicians
.-•^hcn tliey p-flnd a*-patient   suffering
■'' from stomachic-*, irregularities, /iand
"   for-     this ■*-" purpose f\",they<-'".: ;can
■ prescribo      nothing,     better.. *""-;tlian
,Pariiielco's Vegetable Pills,-which-will
'' bo,foTjnd a pleasant "medicine^o'f.sur-
' prising virtue'' infringing the^ref rac,-
,  tory oigans into, subjection,,.and restoring them'"to rnormal^-jaction^^in
t- which condition"onlyucan^they>Jperform ilir.fr rliillnn Tvronerlv.'f\'>rt~,''':*J3h-. J*
form their duties properly.'-\'<d*&
^ , ..i-.-'y---   <v-  1   «'j--3j;t
Is good for the,health. 'Some German
doctor says so. ,'He claims that a gon-
teious &lzed yawn fills the lungs .and
'expands the chest and Is'an all round
good exercise," "I'm- glad- to-", hear
tins," .said the new acquaintance. "It's
quite, a relief to mo. ^ The fact is, I've
been ti good deal prejudiced against
-the habit."1 "May I'ask your biist-^
ness?'\tlio other man, inquired. '"I'm
a preacher," replied tho.new acquaintance.      ' •*.,■*
Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant
Soap Powder dusted in the bath, joftens
the w'-cr and disinfects. * -     3**
The charge was one of keeping a
dog without, a license, and the .defendant e\luced-a tendency-, to interrupt
the evidence. He was sternly hushed
hut eventually his turn ".came.-- Tho
cleric of the court turned to him: "Do
jou wish tho *i court to understand
you refuse to renew your dog license?"
"Yes, but"    "Wo   want no    buts.
You must renew the license or you
t.vsll he fined, Yoii know It expired on
January 1. "Yes,, but so aid the dog,
Do I have to renew him, too?"   .
A Merry Heart Goes All tne Day.—
Bui ono cannot have a merry heart
it he has a pain in tho back or a cold
\Mth n racking cough. To be merry
ono must bo well and free from aches"
and pains. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc oil
will relievo all pains, muscular or
otherwise, and for the speedy treatment of colds and coughs It Is a tplen-
did medicine.
Mr. Slopoak—Thero aro S00 ways
in the English language to express bo-
lag In lovo. Miss Ada—And you've
forgotten everyone of them, haven't
,.1m, what doos It mean when you say
that one man completely overshadows
another?" "Why—it means that ho
outshines him."    "Oh!"
Don't try cheap cough medicines. Get tb£ best, Aycr's
Chorry Pectoral, whet a
record if has, sixty years of
cure&J Aak your doctor If
he doesn't use It for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung troubles. -
Here from tho brow of the hill 1
Through  a lattice  of    boughs
On the old giay mill with Its gambrel
' roof.
And the moss on Its rotting civas.
I hear the clatter that J.irs its  wall'i.
„And  the   rushing  water's  sound,
And I see the black iloata rise and'fall
• As the'wheel goes slowly round
I rode there often when I was young,
, With my grist on the horso before,'
And   talked   with 'Nelly,    the    miller's
>   fe'lr1'
As I waited my turn at the door; >,
And  while,she     tossed    her    ilnglcts
''     * brown,
And, flirted and chatted ho free,
Tho wheel might fatop or    the    wheel
,   might go,.^,
,    It was all tho same to mo. '
'Tls, twenty years Hlneo hint I Htond
On the spot where I utand to-d,iy.
And   Nelly is wed,  and   tho  miller  Is
,   dead.
And .the ml|l and I are 'gray ,
But   both",   till   we  fall   Into  ruin'and
1 '-wreck.
To our fortune of toll are bound;
And  tho  man goes, and    tlie    stream
-    flows,' .      , ■,
' And the wheel moves slowly round.
-,   '-,     - '—ThomOB Dunn English.,
of FMervous
For  Months  Mrs. Myles Lay a Helpless   Sufferer-
Attributes Restoration to
-r For,many>,'yenrM Dr.   Thomas   Dunn
Engrli3h was In the public eye lis physician,' poet, .dramatist,  novelist,   lawyer  and   politician,  but   his * celebrity
•while ln the flesh rested and hlj pot>t-
' humous fame rests almost bololy on his
songT"Ben Bolt."   Kar a lonur tlrnu tho
"song, dropped out of mernoiy,  hut ,ln-
'"terest in It was rovlved by' Its use In
Du Maiifler*8r novel, ''Trilby."   In laior
yeiars tho ment!pii( of "Hen Bolt" to Its
author irritated hl'm almo.st beyond endurance, since during the^cJoidng' years
, of 'his ]ong,llfQy.hp' waajcontlnuallyirf,-
. forred to'as,the writer ,,of'"Hen Bolt,"
*to-the' exclusion ot Ids other work.
Mrs. John Myles, senior, of South
Woodslee, Essex County, Ont, is well
known throughout the surrounding
country because of her work among
the sick and suffering, and it was on
account of over-exertion in this regard
that her health broke down, and sho
lay weak and helpless, a victim ot
norvous prostration. Doctors could
not help hor and sho resolved to try
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. As a result
she has been thoroughly restored, and
by recommending this treatmont to
others has been tho moans of bringing baok health , and happiness to
many a weakened and discouraged
sufferer from diseases of tho nerves.
Mrs, Myles writes::—"When I be-
fan tho use of Dr. Chase's Nerve
ood I was confined to my bed with
what the doctors said was nervous
prosratlon. My stomach was very
weak, and I could not sleep at all for
any length of time. „ Nervous chills
and trembling would come over mo
at times and I seemed to be getting
-Lord- Rosebory's , Splendid 'Tributs   to
". iV the,L»to Head Master of Eton.
(5^0ne of thajiotablo even^s'ln English
.educational.lifts of'lato has been the retirement of Dr. Warro'from tho head-
mastership1" of Eton,,which he held for
"twenty-one yearn.-    Old Etonians    the
world;over, have embraced-the oppor-
tunity'of contributing to a testimonial
In'hlsrhonor,^vhich was Inaugurated a
littlo ,whllo  ago   under  tho' presidency
of tho Earl of,Rosebery.    On„that,oo-
casiori^Lord Rosobery said:  "His  (Dr.
-Warra'B),.services ,to Eton and his connection with Eton have ranged over a
*greatispaco'>r tlrno. '*   It is  fifty-one'
years, I think!" since.he gained the Now-
c'astlo,"which,ought to bo, though I am
afrald.lt*Is,not,.the;.blue ribbon of an
Eton career, anddt'la forty-five years
slnco ho Joined tho, educational staff of
*Eton'as   an. assistant  master. .' It  is
rather painful to me, personally, to remember that,ho*was an'assistant master when I went to,Eton, but as far as
I' can  seo,  ho looks' as  young and as
•vigorous .now"as ho'did .then.   It is but
il .yeanTago" that - he'  was yraised  to
one of tho supreme,positions in Great
-Britain, tho headmastership of Eton.   I
Jsay one of the supremo positions lba-
~cause It ia, 'I know/considered that~a
Secretaryship'Of State is a'.very grave
■'position lri, this country.,  But I doubt
that-'ony .thoughtful", persons -will  put
.the Importance of a" Secretary of State,'
'possibly <.unworthy,iand,'prbbably\ tranr
sitory,"»dni -comparison  with1' that^ of a
"p'erson\who-.has  tho"*'training oft'most
fof  thai future Secretaries' of State.    ,-
'V'.J-'Tho position of headmaster of Eton
lltFuniquo in this country./ It is unique,
"in'lta'powor.'ahd has been unique ln Its
results. -And, I am ."euro,, in pas3lng, I
may express the hopo of all hero that
ho who Is putting lVon his "armor to as-,
Bumo the great position may,bo as suo-
oessful^aa  ho who  Is  about  to   lay it
''down. r'This is not the. moment or the
place to  canvass  Dr. Worre'B  services
to Eton'.    Ho has identified himBqlf tn
the fullest manner, both with the intel-
Joctualcand' with tho athletic sldo    of
Eton.    Under him Eton has preserved
Its   proud   prerogative"  of  turning out
gentlomen,  and   successful   gentlemen,
and when the proud record of tho college comes to bo written,* it will bo folt
that there are few names moro to bo
honored  on  Its  records,  on  its  roll of
achlovomont,  than  that  of Dr.  Warre.
What Is tho secret of hts success?    So
far as I can trace It, It is due to his
intense manliness.  Ho is a man among
men;  ho is fitted.'not merely to bo the
guide,  but  tho  example,   of  all   Etonians." *-
weaker and weaker all tbe time.
There were also pains on top of the
head which caused me much suffering
and anxiety. ' '
"After using half a dozen boxes of
Dr. Chase's Nerve Pood  I  began to
fain ln weight and feel stronger,
lnco then I have beon gradually restored to,health, and in looking back
Can say that tho improvement ,has
boen something wonderful. I used ln
all forty, boxes of this preparation,
and feel It a duty, as well as a privilege, to recommend It to all who are
suffering from nervous disorders.
Sovoral persons to whom I have described my case have used it and
been cured, and I am euro that I owe
my present good health, if not life itself,', to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
Dr. Chase's Nervo Food, 60 oents
a box,, at all dealers, or Edmanoon,1
Bates l& Company, Toronto. To protect you against Imitations, the por-
ralt and signature of Dr. A. W. Chase,
tho famous receipt book author, are
on every box. • ' , *    ,     ,
Makes the hair grow long and heavy, and keeps « soft and glossy.
Stops falling hair and cures dandruff. And ft always restores
color to gray hair.'  Sold for fifty years.   . "'^^trSJrrcF&JZtfF"*'
(Warwick James Price  in  {'Suocesp
Magazine.") ...."	
rThe work which presents no difficulties to be overcome soon grows uninteresting.
Thero are, some workers so anxious
to catch time by tlie forelock they almost tear the forelock off.     < ,
if it is true that good work implies
that tbe workman knows himself, it
is equally true that the best work
shows that he has forgotten hlmself-
There is only one right way to work
—and U is neither in dQ}ng things
berore they are started, nor in doing
them all over again after they are
Go to some successful workman
and ask him which of his days were
happiest, and it's long odds that he 11
say to you, "Those in which 1 bogan
my career."      * ' * '
It is only when at work that i-an
fulfils his proper place in God's creature, scheme. They aro indeed rare
exceptions who "also serve, who only
stand and wait.".
The world Is altogether "too restricted in its use'Of the word "art."
Woik of any,kind, dono superlatively
welf, is art—dusting pictures as well
as painting itliem.,-   •    '
A good worker is pretty much like
.a horse, after all.', When it's upTiltl
going, don't worry him;- when, it's
down-hill going, don't hurry him;
and be sure and take good'care of
him once h6's in the barn.    '
1 There is nothing people appreciate
more than being served by'thoso who
1 daily enjoy 'accommodating them.
What a'comfort,'1 at" a strange' hotel
especially, to'be served'by those who
seem anxious to? please -us, who seem
to take real pleasure"in making us
feel at home'and comfortable!, There
is no", one' quality '-which will'help
vouth along more -rapidly,, than'tho
cultivation of "this desire to please,rto
accommodate. It appeals to everyV
body;> It creates,a good impression.
7. What a pleasure and a ' comfort,
when traveling, to be served by pleasant, good-natured people who, will try
to plcase.us! A surly, impudent Pullman porter of ten'destroys, the pleaS-
ureJof a whole"journey-on a train. -'An
impudent clerk-in a hotel office can
maked everybody in the house uncomfortable, and" such service is dear,
even-though-it'could bo < ,had for
nothing. ,        -   if   '
rl It Is .noticeable ,that a .boy who,, always tries to help wherever he can,
and to* make everybody .comfortable,
who is accommodating in everything,
is very popular, and other things*being' equal, most likely to be promoted.
Hot Weather: Ailments
1 'The" best.medicine in the world to
ward off summer-'complalnts Is Baby's
Own Tablets, and it"is-the best medicine to cure them If they attack little
ones, unexpectedly.,;,At the first sign
of illness during the hot-weather; give
the child Baby's,Own~.Tablets, or in a
few hours *the 'trouble may bo beyond
cure.- Th&se Tablets cure all, stomach
troubles,1 diarrhoea and cholera; infantum" and if occasionally given to'the
well'child will Jp?event them. -*. Mrs.
Edward Clark,* McGregor,:Ont., says:*
"I'used.Baby'B Own Tablets for my
littlo girl who suffered from colic
and bowel troubles and I found them
the most satisfactory'medicine I ever
tried." This Is the experience of all
mothers who have used this medicine.
Keep the Tablets in the home during
the hot weather months and * you
can feel that your children'are safe.
Sold by all druggists or sent by mall
at 25 cents a box by writing the^Dr.
Williams' Medlcin9 Co.. Brockville,
Ont.        .    .      .      .., ,     j   --•-
Mother—I'm-'glad you're,, playing
with good littlo'boys', now., Tommy—
Yos'm;'they ain't like the other kind.
^IokinMlck-any one o' deso kids 1 If ,1
wanter.   "J ' -, "*
Cures. Distemper.
h- Bishop rHenry C. Potter ", of''New
York recently .told the following story
illustrating how the,barbaric instincts,
persevere in holding.,their place in the
human heart, even 'though' encouraged. , "A professor in an ' eminent
American university thought it* wise
to .bring up his,children without giving them any .religious, instruction and
acquaintance with, the'" Bible until
"thev should re'ach the age ot understanding. One. of these* children, a
boy, of course," went up' to tlie family
garret-to amuse^hiniself one rainy
day. 'Out of "tbTe rookery there he dug
up an extremely dusty and delapida-
ted volume and devoured(;a portion of
its contents with the'greatest possible
interest ari'd relish. -"After a .time he
came running 10 his mother bubbling
over with delight and' exclaimed:
'Oh, 'mummy, I found a great.book up
iu the attic, lt*,s chock full, of fighting.; I read all-about',a' fellow called
Moses that punched'the heads'of'the
Malakites\ 'and there's ,lots- more
scrapping, in it.' V"What's the-name
of the> book, "Bobby?' his'mother inquired. " 'I-think It's called the'Holly
'Bibbel,'  answered Bobby.'"     f.*.   •>
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and shadows existence with the,cloud
of depression. , One way to dlspol the
vnpora thatfbeset tho vlctims,.of this
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[WntAJt (fint cwwvrtsT
lADE. ,—
Miss Carey Thomas, the President
of Bryn Mawr College, talked,'at
luncheon about the ingeniousness of
children. "A' friend pf mine,'-'' she
sat'd "once showed mo a ^ettei;. that
her little son had.'written'herefrom
Andbver.1 .The letter'ran like, this:-
" 'Dear mother:'; I am well and 1 hope
you are well. ' Will '-you please .send
me $2? 'I knowA the last did not last
long, but It' Is'all" spent'now,' , and I
noedr ?2 badly. I1 hope you- are^ well.
Please-do not forget' $2.'*,Then there
was this postscript " 'I was ashamed-
to askvfor„"money so soon after/ the
lasf'you sent me that 1 sent after the
postman-'to get this letter, back, bur
It .was too date,"he had. gone.^ <     r>
Gentlemen,—In 'Juno, ,''98,- -I had my
hand and wrist blitten,,, and., badly-
mangled by a vicious horse. 'I suffered 'greatly for' several days, and the
tooth cuts refused t° hear untlM'our
agent" gave me a bottle of MINARD S
LINIMENT which,I began using.. The
'effect was magical, ln five hours the
pain had ceased and in two weeks the
wounds had,completely'healed and my
hand and arm were, as'well as, ever. ^
"     , c, ', '•<.' Yours" truly,,   '   ,
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'   / ,   ^        .        ,
day., 'Miles—You don't say! Ho certainly/ doesn't look like a prize fighter
now. Giles—Oh, be wasn't a prize
fighter.- He was formerly a coal dealer. . , ,    ..    .   -      ';*
-'You cannot bo .'happy-* while ,you
have corns. Then do not,'delay in
getting a* bottle, of Holloway's Corn
Curo.-T. It removes, all kinds pf ' corns
without pain. Failure with,it;is un-
kn'own.   ; ,.        >-v-_i        , .
Mamma—^Did you have a''good,time
at Dorothy's party, Haro.ld? Harold—;
I should-say I did,*great! 'Mamma—
What little girls-did you dance with?
Harold--—Aw, I didn't' dance none. But
at* supper ■I* had two plates' of ' ice
cream an'.-.got most of Jim Brown's
when,he,wasn't-lookin.' An' hej,.hit
me an''I licked tho stuflin out of him.
Mlnard'sCLIniment Cures,Colds,
* 1 —?rr,—: ", r. (v*'
^"Just by-way of experiment," said;
tho first fairy,'"I appeared to ten'men
at random, and asked them to
wish, ancl <.seven of them wo
know bowito-play tho races,
said Uie other elf.   "Only seven?'But,
I -presume * the > others  thought- they
lcnew.",-^'*'-.. ' ,  ,  ,'
,-SHi   —
*> i —*        ^>
'i:\ \, $ioo"rewa_rd;-$jo'o. >;f v
"»*Thn ronaors of this inpor*wlllba ploawd to lean
tlmt Uiero Is at lwwt ono drelwle<l.dlB«u« thBt Kjlenof
h«» tioen atilo' to oore ,ln all Its •taiKM. and that 1,
Catarrh.    noll'«   Oiilnrrh Ouro ln'tliB onlr po»ltlT«
Atlou ol
'   ill.
(tilth in It
4mil Dolli
for list of
• inovrn to the medical fratoriilty.   Catarrh
constitutional d!«*a*ie, 'roqnlroa tt oon«tlta
oatniont. .linn's .Catarrh Ouro It taken in
•       -•     ...-*.. it.- biooJ and   muooiu
*tro>luc the found
otiro now
bfllni? ft
Hnnnl  troatniont.
, tho
rlm.~ -   ,- .	
jj, imlldlnir up the (.vnRtlttttton  an.
■      ft.
ie patjbut strength
   _.jd as«!«ting nature
proprietors hare so niuab
torn/illy, acting diruotl, on tho b
»nrfaoi.» of tho B>st«m, tliei-ebj- iles
stlou of tho disease, and giving th.
Ion   in,.  anni.bu.K   .,
oprietors hare so tnx
t>j'ourn"tl\T, poworw that ther offer Ono Hun
-'   * It falls to cure.   Send
tin diinft Iw work,
" Ithjn Itwourntlw  .
"nrs for anr ease that
Aildroe.. V. J- OllKNEY 4 Co.. Toledo. O.
Sold l>r druggista 76o i
Take Hall's Kamlly Pllla for oonstipotlon-
. 1$ •»*•**
SVde trro«orl^*^o»teon-
nslia, aid hard oolda."
^Sc^CSA, Ithac*. K. T.
Salvation Army Chickens.
- Not only tho largest but the most
profitable poultry, yard in England is,
that conducted by the Salvation" Army,
which la'the pride of General Booth,
the founder, of tho army.,
It houses moro than two thousand
chickens, and last year 18,340 eug-s
wero produced for use tn the Salvation
Army enterprlRfs and for gonoral.salo.
In addition 1.1S6 birds wero sold and
2,286  chicks  wero  reared.
Ono would scarcely Imagine the Solvation Army as chicken lanclors, yet
of a total of 104 birds oxhlblted at
shows ninety-threo won prizes, a record of which any ono might bp proud.
Although tho poultry farm Is intended principally as a means of giving
employment to those presenting themselves at tho rescue missions,. it has
proven a decidedly self-supporting
scheme, the sales for last year amounting to a littlo moro'than four thousand
Tho farm exceeds in bIro any other
tn England devoted to poultry raising
and has been shown to bo such a. success that It will soon bo still further
Foreign Mo mortal to Victoria.
It Is proposed to erect a Queen VIo-
torlal momorlal hospital somewhere on
tho Riviera, and tn tho present state
of rotations botweon the two countries It is probable that tho proposal
would bo favorably received in France.
Statues to at least two distinguished
British subjects havo already been
erected ln Franco Ono ts to Jenner,
which stands in front of tho fish market at Boulogne, and tho other Is to
Lord BrouKhan at Cannes, of which
ho may be said to have
been   the
Moscow is sttuatod almost
(reometrlcal centre of Euio^ea
in,    the
a    Rus-
"And do you moan to say
that you and yom* husband never had
any spats?"   "My Husband had
once, sir, but ho gave
who sprinkled our grass
i pair
em to tho boy
A Cincinnati man was describing
dfiiner In London that admitted
Joseph H. Choato to the Society of
the oldhdoo k:lcmfwyp vbgkqj crnfl
the Old Benchers of Uie Inner Temple-
Mr. Choato was in his best mood, and
kept the table in a continuous roar.
Perhaps he made his most telling
impression with a story about an impoverished young Irish gentleman,
the Hon. Denis Bellew„-driven foiUi
by-poverty from his father's estate,
went to London to seek his for"tune.
He had been a gay convivial blade
and in he little home village he was
missed. There was not a POj"*" nor
a rooster within ten miles that hadn t
a solt spot for Denis in his heart
Word ono day passed about that up
at the castle news had been received
of Denis. The village at once became
excited,' and a deputation of half a
dozen or so was soon ou its way to
s]ee ho old lord. "My lord," said the
spokesman, "is it true, yo ye gotten
news o' yer son Denis?" "Aye, true
enough. News at last, boys," said his
lordship "Faith, then an phwat
might tho bhoy bo doin' up in London?" was the next question He has
been called to the Bar," the Lord answered proudly The deputation looked at one another, for the phraso was
now to them. Finally, In a loud whisper, ono bald: "Oi don't know what
thot manes; but from what Oi remember of the bhoy, he dldn t want
no callln,."
Customer—Say,' you are getting
soap in my mouth. Barber—Sh-h!
Keep quiet. Don't'let the boss hear
you and I won't charge "you anything
Minard's   Linlmeiit  Cures  Diphtheria.
"Ho said I did "not have sense
enough to come In out of the rain."
"Well?" "Well, you're my lawyer,
aren't you? What do you advise, me
to doV     "Buy an umbrella."
\ Mrs - Kyndlay—But - you " promised
tnaSf iSveTyou your hreakfasf.you
.would.cut ,the\ SMSAand-trato »the
lawn. Homeless ..Holmes—And I lied.
Let thisrbe'a lesson-to;w>u,.lady,f.n-ot
to'p'ut yothvtrustyin.* strange* men.
They 'are all *gay= deceivers.^.'       *.    *.
t,        i   ^   <■.».      ■• •■-. **    ^ —   '  i>_       -tV~*   ).
Senior-'Partner—We had best ha\o
•>k- bookkeeper's books ,leXamined<l
him  at the'race track yesteiday.
_.. TDn^t-n»r—Tnfleed—! - "Yes, and
same horse
"Vj-i I'i^M
.-I_■■>,' iK,rb ■«%{
,    ■   ' J1 * I, i-v -1
-'.-* T AV
:  -y ""1 ■?" ,.,
■}>■ a a
he'  was betting
I was." ,
on* the
' Itch, Mange', Prairie scratches Cu-
h=r,' itch on human or animals, cured
in'30 minutes by- Wolford's Sanitary
LoUon. It never falls. At all druggists.
Mark Twain says that in his earlier
'days he did not enjoy the exceptional
Serity w^J^Jat*   ta   *»
first, but
J. Noble Hayes of the Laws Delays
Commission, at a recent meeting on
vthis subject told the following story
as illustrative of the condition existing in some of the courts today:
"Charles James Fox, the famous English advocate of a century ago, and
secretary, Mr. Hare, who lived with
him, were both noted for their inipe-
cuniosity, and their creditors spent
mnjh time in dunning them. One
morning before daylight there was a
violent ringing at tho door, and Mr.
Fox. going to the window, found a
group of creditors below. "Are you
fox hunting or hare hunting this
morning, gentlemen?" he asked.
"Come now, Mr. Fox," one of thorn
called up, "tell us when you are going
to pay that bill. Just set a date and
wc will leave you in peace." "All
right," was tho reply, "how will the
day of judgment suit you?" "Not at
Oil," "said the creditor; we'll all bo
too busy on that day." "Well," said
Mr. Fox, "rather than put you to any
inconvenience, we'll make it the day
I am
The  highest  perfection in   scientific soap
ma-king is resxehed in
It is*commonly
ccnius to suffer neglect at *"—•---
£    was broached by tho humoi-
s "   "My difficulties taught me some
thrift" ho  observed.      But, l    m-v-i
Lnew whether it was wiser to spend
nfyTast nickel for a cigar to smol^or
for an   apple to    devour,
astounded,"    observed   Mi.
"that a person  of  so little
-innirt  meet-with, such worldly
*ss ■•      Alark ' Twain   nodded   very
4ravelv.    "Indecision about spending
SSVao wiUi my lastnickel,! kept
It, and so became rich.
Photera morbus, cramps and kin-
dredSeits annually make their ap-
weather„greeii fruit. ™™^eT*;e™t
nn<? etc and many persons are ac
bwred from eating these tempting
thlngs%ut they need, not^absum if
ti,qv liave Dr. J. D. Kellogg s uyscu
ery fjSrdla? and take a few drops in
water. I cures the cramps and chot
era in a remarkable manner and is
sure to check every disturbance of tho
"Drlvor," said an English tourist
who was being driven on a jaunting
Sr through the Donegal Highlands
Tnotfc°e Uiat when V™ j^f^*
your friends whom you meet on the
road vou invariably do so in Irish,
but wiicn you address your horse you
do so in English. How is this? To
which came the retort: Musha, now
thin isn't English good enough for
Correct any tondenoy to conatlpa*
«»n with amall <Aosm at Ayor'# Pills.
I    rejected
lniocked    him
;.,Fl0_I    hear    that Mr.    Flaymo is
going to write a song without words
about  you.    Bello-Yes.
him last nigh and it
speechless. ,
aha—Why' do you see so many men
tne__er—men pay the bills.
Ee^ch ingredient is tested., e^nd each step in
the manufacture ce*-ref\jlly watched. Tl\e
result is a. soold possessing great cleansing
power, yet perfectly harmless to fabric or
he.nds.   Try Sunlight. ,,,s
Levor Brothers Limited,
Minard's  Liniment
Cures  Garget    in
i It is known that a jury theoretically
is composed of a set of unpreju Heed
men with open minds, still t] olC_
might be occasions when a slight pci
Si feeling invades' their ranks.
Inch was evidently the thought borne
in upon the tailor who, rising to state
Its case, and having decked the
services of a lawyer for reasons best
Sown to himself, looked over the
n-ymen and thon turned to the Judge
"It's no use for me to tell you about
this case, your Honor," he said, dejectedly, "not unless you dismiss that
iury and get in-a new lot. There isn t
a man among 'em: but,'owes me something for clothes-v_____
'■■■'• Giles—That chap across the street
was the lightweight champion in his
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jj? jbliched iu the lnti.refll of tbe people
oi Ai<>yj<- *nd K»p« Kootenay.
The editor srho vyas .told teat bis article was' as clear as rund, .replied
"Well, that.cqypra tits, ground, anyhow-" , ">---
r. J. SMYTH * CO..
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is M. Wittt*, who eruolics forty  coffin
nails a day.   r t    ,
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If a raarrit-d woman h \a .ijptblng'
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nbe may die first aud her husband will
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.That miners are  afnid   of a  camp
where tbure ib onlv pup   mine js  w< 11
•*•- - , ^     , '  j- <i
known.   Should thev be'eome an   b.irl
t '
borne   on   automobiles. t   Then, why
not 'dehorn .the bloomtn' things,?
1     '  '" - ,      iP
The people would like to see some
government improvements mado in
ooutb East Kootenay, and they,, would
,il-e to see them made/'p. d. a,,"'   '
1 'S.i;'l_,\HAF7IE, Trop.
Ii*,'     1   ,    ,i
«J %    ,11
,  It would,seem  that it, is'a  fellow
c*aiU'd,'V\Ip^!inty" who is causing most
j-taridmg with' the oii^e-.uipaoy tu.ti Q^ ^f^ ^ ^rale, jud_ing'"fromJ
la,e their jobs theio is no other  r'^ ^u^injtix the Spoilsman-Review/,
„cour8e for them than to qui; the camp   --'' *"    ,.     Li ..«-. ' 1 ' 1
*   ; '    • j '   c, ' *        '. ■
•and  hunt  work elscwl^re.    For tbio   ' 'Montieal  Star*    jRussell   Sage   wub
yery reasrin,men wirb familit-s aro  re-  S9 on Fiiday-;,Lord   Stratbconaf85 on
''-',' '• * *, VJ i     f. * f ** .,'^. t* ^'       '        ,
luctant about locating hero.   If   there  tjaturday.'   Lord Strathcona has given
awily abouV.jsip^OOO.OOO.'''' JtueselV'Suge
ol.nntS10.   ■'> •f'V     '.''t,    ' J,     ''    ''■■   '
■?;, .J
"'   ,f
f rL.>n~u *-  ,
r: m'S^'SI 1^ r   .  ^,
.    ^     i
*f4    r i'
'„iWas tinQtbej mine'or two, even jf,tl*ey
1 worked only n limited number of men,
1 .    ' * ' " ,.
nil would be different. >■ Miners   would
,,, ,    ,,     •-<.'.,., ■•
;,then have the oppnrtniiily of ■'rustling
ll       »    -°     *      x.   -I      „—  s '  ,   ^ *■ j.   J
,, .work from the various companies and
.    j ,        I) „.(*-■.    j       ;, .iff
■ there would,bV better Balifcfaotiori'*' all
f round.-  * C', *». v     ., <■   ,     ' \
!tf^"U'Hat, the^Aurpra^willj-irove .to ,be,-a
,-.big miiio there lis, but "mile 'question
i- -It has a  better, showing  today   than
," -to*A*;J.^L.-Jfv-v,i'  . "- -
■   tbocLnko Shore,pr"neriv  bad  when it
-'*,'•,      ?- ",      •   '   •     ,
•wns sold,to J..O.'Drewry ami the Can-
,    -     *-..<...*#-«    ■*
ndian'Qold-.Fields'jSyndicato for $83-
It tookJ time and money, lo'opou
up and develop'tbe  enormous  bodies
,      H'",<ll   ,1/ >-'    ' -   (. v
■if ore now to, be'found' in   the .L.vVp
<     -,
r  ^
c1■,,."" ■ <&,■     Shore, and it' willalso  Uk^  Oime  a
fc *'           i"*i       ,; .   ' ,*.,■   «-1    '   ■                                       I
?'-■*" o ',    -   money to show up' tbe 'bidden 'tre
', v, *•    '   .         - "<*^- ,"■('      '      ,,'.           f,
. .       >> t   .-.«^« * J«      ,!,«.  , A ...........   ,       VTn     n. I..A     ,
Kwy t-^ rt'Bi
«.,.?-"*-( ;«.**v*JH!iSS^*.
«^ 4iMT
,^'j jisi?gs*ii
»i js-evw  *
-   / jk$$i j
•*-»**} r^v'f
* I   ftte,
1 nres\in, tbe 'Aurora.', No  mine   was
'   1   . •    , ; ■  .-;"    ' /      "
ever roade in.a day.- It took  years  of
-.»'.,•'  IN
b  '-
y.' -    I
''   .labor and the expenditure of buudre'db
*»~i.        ,       ■■ "  <.')   ■-     ( < j
.of thousands of dollars to mnko the St.
Eugene w.bat it is, and  the same  ap-
1        1 \ • -    S 1 'f' t ,        '        • <*>
■^'plies to every other suc-:ees,ul' mining*
enterprise in the woild.
>(, ;       II     <--■     "       «»       "   ' l»   4
Y*,'." «'*f?3StFS   ^,*   1   »     ... i_       ^ ,'    * 1   "'^.f     ——--•- n-»i    i       v      r*! >w '-t
1 Jim Hill and the strikers have
*.V    v,,- ..I-;,;*:-';-   •* ,    :. „
tc teims—to Mr. Hill's terms,
-1 f
War between JJorway  and  Sweden
-   ' x>      . > .<> '.   i. 1.
would almost depopulate Minnesota.
' It is n quiring a tremendous amount
of "piecing'', at Poilsuiouth to make
James Gill is orobably convinced by
tins time that the way ot the transgressor is bard.    ' ^ '
Too bad that more women do  not
know the "aecret of succobs"—for thon
wo should all know it.
What a jolt dipt. Peary will receive
Jf he finds Rockefeller'-, "keep off these
premises"'sign tacked on the Poler,
W '
1 l>'<k
, ■•.
■^« •
hi* '
Ths G
'about SplO.
j'   > ,. f   ,-- —
.... -     .-    .   . »/»<t' 'ji    r' 1    r 1 rr
'r Tetche'r:1 If-a man got3,fouf,"'dollar8"
»i  *.. «»  ^'"V "  * '   '-••. i> "•* ft" £"T, v rv
for working eight bours|-af'day;-;What
-   ' --t*t->*V .     ;yr -•'.■■.'•• ■.-*,*?,-
would ho get if he worked ten hours 'a
day,? '-'Jobnnj'"^   Ten'>, hoursca   day?
QeeA He'd get   caUed-rdovrnVirom^de
I ,0. O. F.
WJliley Lodsre Jfo. 41.
Meets every Tuesday evening in their
hall on Victoria street.   Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
p7t. Smyth, F. J, Smvtii,
Noble Grand.     '      - Secr'y.
Moyie   Miners'  JJnion
No. 7! W. F, of M.
Meets in McGregor ball eveiy Saturday evening. Sojourning members
tire cordially invited to attend. .   ,  '   '
D. Habkrhosch,       Thos. JE. Kelly/
Prebideut. ' Secretary
1    l       xt      l\
r* ,
^' i    1*
ll ~ i» '
,;s t
'1, "Old Man" Simpson knows how  to
1    ' -t    * 'f    '*■     «-* ,-*{ t '!'' * c f ' 'r ,J    • '*»
'nukiTa good fellowVof-himself]1 ' Be^-,
„  '        ,   '' 1    >. tk sn, 'j m   ■,  ■  V      '.
twet-n now and eleption every man',in.
"1,   V    '»     - ' —- £-\   ^t"   "   T. J-    -,*fi     *T.    'l J,
Cranbrook who,carries *an'iad in ..the,
* • .   1 f       1 **-' ,  *
Herald'will likely be mentionedras/a
1 1     ■      - *,   1    1 1v   j f - "^ . \   , -!,.'-
'.'probiible'caiididate'for mayor." '  '\ ';
",   "        '   -''""'      '      r -      K"... 1      -*>
.  >     *.,     '^ =-? j^—    7
~ .   A..1Vurnlnj5 to. Mutliors.'',U >   ,C,
tToo much care cannot be" used, with
t,      -,      •,     ..,       **"*-'.,.i *
small children during the hot weather
.  > w^.     , -^ .     , '
ol the summer months ,tO('"-guaid
against bowel troubles. "As ,a .rule'it
is only ne'cess't-ry^O'glve the, child , a
dose of ca3tor"oil to correct anyalis-1
order of, the bo'wels.  \Do uot^use- any^
j. ^ d^    j,    r J]^      -*- **i    ^    j"   l>**|   ^
substitute, but give'tho'*old.'fashioned
<u     .   1 . M*.     . »*. ^     1        */'.-'. ^ 1 .    *     -*
caBtor oil,1 and.see thati-it ls.-.fresb/jas
raucid oil nauseates and1 has -»a teu-
dencv to grip^ '< If This does iiot icheok
the bowels'give. Chamberlain's 'Colic,
7Cbolera and ' Diarrhoea^Remedy^' and
tlien 'a dose* of''castor Aoil,'yand 'the
disease may be 'checked in>its^m-
cipiency ^and_ all* danger'^avoided.
Tbe cas'tor oil^and this remedy" sbdtikl,
be procured at once and"kept'tready
for instant use as soon as the first -indication of any bowel trouble appears.
This is the most successful treatment
known and may be relied upon with
irnplict confidence' even in cases of
cholera .infantum. For sale'by S. K.v
Ilarvie.    •
hi' E
DjB8AUI.17IER BKOS,   rropa.
Lari<i? sample room in connection
with house for commercial men. uBest
oi aocommodationB. ■ ^   -.
'   Headquarters  for   Com-        ■<
morcial and Mining.Meh.
,-, Hamilton Watches' are giving^siToJi
universal Natisfuctiontbat'wlJ have h.ul
a.-sp'jci'al movemerib^putr^up.^ for^ us
which'is' known'-'as'^r^tp.'a ,Spec5"*l."
-It is a' high-grade movernent';-"'wliicli*
can'be bopght,at,a .reasonable.,price,
andsis guaranteed to" be *a{ go'ocUtiiue'
keeper, .,..'*'.   *        1--. -..   !   • c„i, ,*
^-W.^fTtATEW'SON-: "!
C/P.'R. -Watch Inspectors,"•/^    .'-• '  '
V'-^-^^V-^JcilANBRpOK, B.'fC."
, "''   !
;;;*' ,;i»s^st,' ;"'v' -x ';>''"-': ■■
WHOLESirS 'AH 1). KETAIL -J<," '    r-'
\   -,-,l_,\v '      '     ,*yf   _   „ r.
T,   '\    ' \ *      I^-,^     r        ^    *-^ .,       k   ■!■        !,
^'\ *. !     t.,   t " #  ,ir   ■• -•■;,, •>    i. "        L -
.*   Fresh  and Cured-Meats, .Fresh'
'Fish, Game .'ana. Poultry.   We ;,
, *■ '•' ' '  '     \     _    1 x.',
<\  supply ..only   the  best.1   rYour '•
.      ^     ^ -,r 1    ^
trade solicited.J, .
='JA ■.'■«!. "
.'*.' vvxl A.A* k'-'^,- i. -;iv V -^ ^;    </,   .,
Iniv. all& th.e.t PmncipaJ
(Oities'^a_id-s'^T6wriS'.. in
' "/British, Columbia - / r,
"C is'
. "S
.,-^■1". ,<--?'
••C **V?   -*-T*l-'J_.**«i,
J   n aP*^ ,V»■,•,<- *     *■   '
A.:L  McKILi!
li. C
MOTTE,  B. 0.
of thePro-ipccIo**, Uie jjir.iern g
shoe if in coi'id l^'ftr m.my
things neres.,fliy fir him to
leurn if lie would .n.ik<* Boots
to •■nit tl.o work of tbc-ic h imlj
pione< r1.
The old Pn)-p.'ctor, vtig l,e to
m ike bi» mvn H mis, w< uld in
forp.)r.itf> into tbtni   only   the
bent le.ittic- th it nimn y  wo il ,
buy.   He  would   make  them
with a keec eye to service and
■ *
Here is where tbe "LECKIE
BOOT" lcids the world. They
are ma.de "ouf west" by a webt
ern firm, foi w°stfin people—
made by a firm which understands western conditions.
Look for tbe   trade   murk—an
LKTTKtt L  ON  n—s'nmped  on
tbe sole of evciy pair. '     '
- 1
Commencing 3ep. 20
Larger    and    "better
than ever.
Everything new and
up to date.
All kinds of open air
Each day some thing
-You will  meet your
old friends there.
,   Single   fare   on    all
lines of travel.
Write for prize list.
Keg Beer, Bottled
Beer and Porter
always on Hand.
St.   Joseph's ■ Convent.
hoarding and D-ty School conducted hy the Sisters of St. Joseph, Neloon
B. 0. Commercial and biihinosa
courses a specialty. Excellence and
swift progress cbaracteiiize each department. Parents should write for
particulars. One month assures ,the
public of the thoroughness of th:
Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms
commence January, April and Sept.
Pupils are admitted durin-i lerm
,'■• •   u
'* 'Management.
Tbo-J)inini? iKoom" is "now  opcnl>(tbe
,Bir-oiiswne.vly 'supplied,  and
"T"f'\?''*»ver'y r-fToft will be madolT*.
to give satisfaction.        >
' r.
J! A. .GOUPILL, Propr;
.It I'
.Wholes"ale",Wiiie(  *.'
,/and'. Spirit" Mer-t,f
1 «*.*���{
Agent foVCalgary Brewing Co.'s   ^
- JBeer,^Ale and Po' rer. c
: * '■',-'!.. \  \   '   ^  /'"
T?"LttVeI.& Co.'s<"" , y \
:   i-i
, -■*«*
'It      rft
Hay^ and ,var am,
oblitz' I'andr"; Calgaiy
I,,   v'i
J«C,/   /.^i1
n. fwr> ,
i j4*
Foreign and-Domestic Wines, liquor-
; ';. /f —r -    rand- Cigars. <-U^ t, \.' t,
t    ,.;,-  . 1 -' p~'' 'i .  j   ,n,'   , _.l.j> 'j/j-^r        ,   '        j
-'<V' _ ,
Tob.iccop", '   Co'nfectionery,"'
FARRELL tfLOQ-K,       '■■ .Victoria St,
Barber Shop
A, L
And Bath Rooms.
,In.STOXE Building.'
First Olsss Work.
Batns open   every day.
Or if you wish to invest
iu any of these consult
■»g*c**—■»■»—." •■
■i iw—n—i-niw
ALL    THE   1I2LE.
<? j<
; ^a. -o. -es
Meets on'lbo  f}r*,t mid third 'Wednes*
-   '  day of each month  at S P. M.
E, A!. HILL, J. ,H. HA.WKE,-,
Worthy .Pres. Worthy Secr'y.
Haryey, & . McCarter,
)        '      1 A J
Barristers. Solicitors, Notaries/Etc,'
.Cranbrook, . -   -" B. C.
W'. P. GURD, J       „
* ' ,''■''•
'/llAniirSTEK, SOUOITOltJEXC. -'   "
'      ' ,      '     '   '' '' .  "
CRAjNBROO'k. i, Cu   '"   .'' / \ b'"o.
J   '   C.H. DUNBAR vr
" .     , C'      r ■" i  * *      t\,t IT *■        *  *   " i' _"
-Barrister, Solicilor,;Nolary Public, Etc
/Cranbro'ok. B. C.,s ^l .
DR. P. -B.;MILES/J i''' ■
V C        iT*    *      !_-    i.   /
Cranbrook,/;-, ;,B*o:
George Hr Thompson>/;i
. , , ,"•,.+ r .    -      ,       t-r    '   ^ ^^ . j
1 2'   -,'s   'J    *.J. -ftiTl ,'*i\"' »  ■
/ ,    --<?. ^Baiikisxkr, Soi-rciTOit, Ndr'
* ^    ^-; -.-" tarv Public, &.C.*/'"''.','-11
CRAKBEOOK,*''" Buitish ColVmbtaj.
f-J- .',,1 ^
' ..'i   ':.',',7i,**Ji[i*J.*^ «4rV; l"f
,   -   /v-'f
^4,?^jr     ..   -,-v«m*"
,-C t *, -  ( ■•  j   v **  -^1, -v V   i     '
—      -    — (   JIM-     <-4^    /L,
-•_B.e"«si,_csi,*,v ; j<;<-
<v      j       f,t   .  -c    "*■     * -/T^-f-' - t *7 #j:-r      » .f      V   .    jj I,
'— -i ___ fi, "*   /— I J~ j-'t'V \jK ■*"   i. * *-i i»- *■   ».    *
FROM ■.>
A. B, Siey/art &. Co.
Agent   for   Crows'   Nest
, Steam Laundry.       "
1   J. J. MURPHY,
$     « * MOYIE. ^   -'. „    (     '
$      UNION MADE Clothing a Specialty.
25 Wolsey Unshrinkable Underwear
I    ;   ;   '.'       and W. L. Douglass''Shoes.'
K    Trunks, <.Valises, Suit Cases, Hats, Etc   ?
-P. P.- J0HJ/S20JV
Xi      T   "    c       P ,
"ft   ' ->'   \ -   '
* '     '
i This Hotelis New. and well Furnished  The
% , «  Tables are Supplied?with,the Best the
* \ Market affords. ,The Barkis Pilled with
I   *   the Best Brandsof Liquors:J;and* Cigars,
. 'headquarters ^for^commercial
*,,;     ,""„,', -and mining, mek--/v'* ,-,..    *  ,   '
«',.»m>ttk»     r   *'t/ .-'■■*«- '   -* /i-?/'   »'«™HOOW«BU S
«€e€c^*E6*s€€<s*e€'eiee«ri?e*£«:€6;5353> -e«€e3>»s>»<»»9-»-»-^*»«€«se«<«««,
..... BOOK'S
J; ^ ■;: -'jLABOR^^DAY. *;;; J11
|,r.'Vs*i    '     '•'
«-'        i^. ^ fc       ^vii.» l   ■
i.^ u*
-ll--,-*'*    '-ti1   ?-a'     Vrif
ji"'7r, .f/TheVmost^attractive^list of r
■: a: • >. !■ ~;'/ ^ ^'; -"-,. Jsa' ,-* - l „.?*/ vr, > .    '
a \ *.l- . events-, ever.,iipresented;-jin
?•»,:"   *• ,^;EastKootenay.^/-,„.  J*-\u:   <
/."■-•.I      .,''l'J|^r    -"  '       .-   V,       i,        "<,.        '    '.-'-',
''1 Special; 'trains Vwiil" "be"' rrun
: :i-?':\ from all points t ^ ^t *; -y \A  '
i'f'V" ', Don't forget the dale.'  ,Got re^dy for tho .host ,*day  in         ' H
•   •-.. I,.,       ,^1.     * ^—i;,^   *■   ^.i        , r   , "il .-* J*-               ^                 '       "    -   ;'      *         "■ B^
,--     ,r i-~i-j, -,■;   ^ Vt.'JEitst Ivoolcniiy'a Uialo'-y., ?   >    '                 • B
.1 '.         ,-*«/i   *■ * t'li i. •    7*a !    ..        i -C       i.'"->-      i ;    ,. O
-/' ^    ■   ,    ,    '.    l     ^"- $*>-? W',( "^'"' lt,   ** 'v, ' '  "' •■•                           ^ R
■ J/P^HNK^Pfes^ M/'H^lte, • Sec'y. I
a.tt      «,          \ v.         i    jii.   /   iiJ i.     «   -.1     i          ft            ^i             *.^i          ^'t                     r| I]
- *■«•■*        -*    .     f     * .*■           T».t ■,<        ^^ /s                   *4 v         '   ™   ^      -                      j-   ii";     , ■■"      >,                       ^ M
-\ «M  V   -   ? /      -J? ^' --V -"• ^ V . f <H&
1>« "»^tff< [> A,      1-
C; j' ;*,:,yi T, V.,LOWNEY,;Prop.
[XERS'llEADQDART^Its/?'This hotel/is "close tl6  t
; Me'o
South Victoria°St."■",.     '-    ^   C  -'' ,  MOYIE,
ADQDART^ItS. ^This hotels close to  tbe-mines/and Im"
'.' -'' O-1     .*- -    ' )        ' -     • 'T-   i
, '    every/Convenience for Wjorking Me'a.  .   *, ,
Broiid, Pies, Cakes,  Etc.
Twelve Loaves $1.
R. T. HOWARD, Prop.
0J.F00TE :
And Gents'  Furnisher."
Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating
Trousers,   Imported    Goods,
MOYIE, . ~     B. C
_LjJ. E. AnaaMe, Sec'y
Queens' Ave.
1 l I
Embo,lmer aud Underliiker,
Phone 89, "'    ' CR LXBROOi
Seattle, Tacoma
Pacific   Coast Points
St,  Paul,   ChicagOj   New  York
Pul ice  aud  Tourist   Sleepers,   Bufiat,
Library care, Modern Day coaches
Dining   cars.      Meals       '
a La Carte.
Best Meals on Wheels
2   Fast   Overland
For Ticketp, R.ites, Folders and
Full information, cull on or address any Gnat Northern Agent
or write
A   a. r. A. C. P. <L T. A.
Soaitlc,       701 W. Rivrsidj-    Av
tjpakane, Washington,
lay limit.
Choice   of Routes.    All  Via. J3umas,
Vancouver  to  Seattle, Via.  Victoria.,
Through Sleeping Car Arrow-
bead to Vancouver, Sunday,
Wednesday and Friday.
For Rules, Folders or Tickets Apply
to Local Agent.
J. Attwootl, Agent, Moyie.
i       DiFt.VKSs.Ast. V^'tGim. Vas    ArI
-"•cUoq, Vanconvoi-.
a; l. mcbermot
•   r       Wholesale'Wines, Liquors' ,
and Gigars.      * "
CRANBROOK,   " <'.   British Columbia.
We handle everything [in v the Hardware line*
Also Cumberla.nd blacksmith's coal,! powder,
fuse and caps, oil, paints and glass, at
HcUUilN 1 CD.-S.   i
ominion Exhibition
l1906—-September 27 to October 7---1903
Uudci tho auspices of the Royal  AgricuUur.il and Industrial Society.
if fetrnte,
ritish Columbia
Stupendous  and comprebeneivo array of Exhibits
representing tbo resources of all Canada.
Enlarged grounds, now hiiud.some and spacious buildings.
WORLDS CHAMPION EVENTS in Rowing aud   Lacrosse,   Horse Baci*-&.
Broncho "Busting," Military Paiades and  Exerciisos.
ROYAL IRISH GUARDS and otlier Famous Bunds.
GRAND WATER CARNIVAL—Parai'e of Frascr rivar fishing   Bovi,  I*1
boats, il. M. warships, Indian war canoes,   etc.
Indian   Sports.
For all information-Ante   W, H. KKARY,    Secretary   ant5.   M^'
New Westminister, B. C. 11


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