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The Moyie Leader Jul 4, 1908

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 la and b foreign r>  'romT io up.  3ll Fumislieij  ���with the Be,  Bar, is Filial  .quors and  _��� jtnirrsiiii  *.������ 3>S>33 9*>*��3J>|  / ^H/'  ~��rr-rr-p   ,~  i-UARTEllS   FOIt  pJVENIRS  fwiLSON, Jeweler  LAN BROOK.  m$. 11, no, i%  ���eZr^i^.'^--^,'?^^  Come and ,��ee Our  ,rgam  q ITrs '"A' ���-������    Cr-rrrr.  CT7K GLASSES X>G ,r?  rVV. !I. V.'JLGG.N, .Cpiiclan    ''  CltAM'ROOK.  "Wliicli will be ready .on Monday.    It,  I- will pay you .to watch ^t-hem. -. ,We /will  p'clear' outpour,, remnants  in summer.  i-vgoods at greatly reduces prices. ��� ->   -  AlJ^IE^BSiFTgT ��T iyS  |     ' GENERAL FLOAT       "f  ���* ���    ' *  A band,of anarchists has been  discovered ia Seattle.        ' ��� ���   '  Sir Charles Hibbort ��� Tapper announces that ho is o\it of-politics  for   good.,  V .  i  Mtion.  S.vimming   racj-A.   WoilidgeJ��?ESS35BEa'^^  first; P. a. Blake, sejond. ��� '     Jn  Gisoliae     boat      raca���"Dick" 1J3  Brown, first - i  ���I !l  SOAP!  , ��� Steps,wi,ll be. taken at onco to  deport one thoiisand'Hindus who  are out of work iu Vancouver.  , A daily steamship (sorvica between * Prince, Rapert and Port  Essington has'been  established.  No liquor, licences will be issued  for'the construction camps of tha  G. JVP. iu "fchi3  proviace.  k^obaia^i'^'CoiiKfitioijeiJy:  X BLOCK/  ykx  . . ���o .....  FRUIT/ETC.  ���������; MOYIE  i��M^  V-.S.  Grand Porks is paying its Mayor' $250' a year. ~ The, aldermen  get nothing-but .abuse.   -  '. v*.    ��� '      ,  TT"7 "-*- v     *,,     ���  Amy- Buchanan/ was  made to  "   ��� r   1     , -7 - * t  pay a peddlar's license of $50 for  selling "corsets iu-.horned at iVic-  toria. �����   ^ w     ' ,      .!;��� .    ,-    *���  ��'1x  y,  Ireirliife "aiid Accident.Insurance.*v  ,.y<-  ' '-?i-y'vyvy77';7^M0YiEi-BrC.y'  �����"-     *���-  Vyy  ierC'-Butter  L    VX       * '  i.    i    J , c-   i. t        -i       r      "**i. "���"'-. J' '  l^l'V^I'aaa'nW'in a 'positioii.fto supply you  I. /^witli" fine, creamery ^ lb utter'. fro m lhe  !,J?roeiiu,'Yailey .CreWery/, "y   << '  -y  ' .'^ine rn ill ion" fee o of timber,, ran'  amuck dowa the Slocan river, owing to .the "bursting, of a", .boom.  Loss .'$00,000.'"'"';'.",'' -''��.'/   .  '"  .,  -   '1,' ���>     , .   , "  ' f Jl E. * ilusjErave,"' forraerlyTof  Moyie,*- and afe"one time a'part  owner in.thar Moyie Leader,'is  now proprietor of the Hotel-St.  Francistat-Victoria.      ���,' ���'., .  The citizens of 3Ioyie  and parts  adjacent celebrated right royally  the 4.1st anniversary of the fouud-  ings of tha Dominion  of Canada  in  1807.    When    the   fathers of  confederation, Sir , John  MacDon-  ald, Oliver Mo watt, Thos.  D'Arcy  McOee  and  others  got the 'four  provinces  of   Nova   Scotia, New  Brunswick,'Quebec and   Ontario,  united into one. federation,by; the  passingrof this British -North America act vby the' imperial   parliament,  it   was/the, beginning of  Canada's future 'greatness.   Now  Canada extends from/the Atlantic  to the Pacific,  aacLfrom tho greic  lakes on .the   south to the North  I'ole.   During ther*il  years'many  j changes'-.ih"Canada   have  taken-  place.V'-.Of the'31 fiithors .of confederation all but two  have join-  edrthe great majority���Sir' Char-,  les Tapper .andlfon.. A.  A." Mac-i  donald, P. E. I.    Duringf'the 'pa<3t  two-score years'Canada has made  wonderful prog-a-v*, and-it is ikely  CALEDOXIAN   SPOUTS,  100 yard ' dash���O. Minahan,  first; D. McDonald, second; D. "a,-  Ayre?,'1 thiid. ,   ,  Ojstaclo race-pManahan,   first?  II. Scott, second.  " Three   legged ' race���Manahan,  and Sjobr/ first;   M-jDoa'ald   and  Ayres,  second. '  ,   Married ladies' race���ilr.-i. J... It  McDonald,    first;     Mrs.    Mjrau,  second.'       ' '  ���  vS!-_?le_IS'diesT race���Lillie Conrad, first* llosa Prevette, second.  Putting .sliot���.VJanaha'n',    first;' %  L. McDonald, second. i  Sack race- Scott,* first; Ayres.  second, ^ '     ��� .  Standing   b^^^uLmp���Ayres,  j first; Manrhaa, second.r    ,'. a  Running high t jump���Alex  Clark, first;" Manahan, second;  Clothier, third. ���  '��� u  *���'      - ift  ,i   Union, Man's, race��� Strang^way,  first;   Louis,'I. ' 'A.   .Micdonald,  second; Wm. <R. Prevette third.  ; Albert Gill won the greased 'pig.  '��� . '    - ,    ���   , kootbaLl. ' "  The    football   'game   resulted:  Moyie,', 2;   yCraubrook," 0.    Tuis  "We give bylow our price-:'oa a  few' lc,a<h"h<I  dry'and Toilet.fjoav-s:/  ��   Laur.-  7 bais Kootcn&y Q.iqc n soap,  0    " Golden-AVefrt i�� c>arto..ii��,  j    " Eclipse. ��' ���'   ,  o    " Itoyal Cr'oivtv " '""  ���j fl " White Swan "  ���1    ���' Sunlight  il    "FelsXiphUia,  !!��     M  2 cakes  Pooff. .Mec-hp.r.  "   Golden Vi't'si Tui-  PS  '3  3  3  Hei rein's   Ca-5teoI  Pears   rrif-ccnted  a., f.  25" c  20 c  2.-o  ���21 ck  2.3 c"  2o c*  27, c  30 c  *,i  !  Tli  Jhese are not special p-iccs, but aro  those- quoted  o\'ery day to, aH our customers.  ;You   may sonrcli  ,the mavkeUs close asyorf>isli���yorf will  find   no  bolter-values'than these.    The sa'iW'iv.r.v "be said  ' of o,ur stock-all tlie.Vay. through.    A, dolJgr - raved' ���  /on a S20tpurc}iase'ds an immediate return of fil,'oi".  5 per,cent on youa   money. , We  caif easily'" save,  'you that amount.    Give us your July  'we will, prove it to vou.-  orders  and  p:%,^OH'R^9WN^8T0R��i^.y^  if. .--.*'  < ���** '* /'J?*'1---.*: *''/-'} W v\dAx'l- -'-^. '-''"."y.  V-j^.v- ,.^  lie .Co-Operative^^^ Assbciatiori,-Ltd��� *  ie people Avill try "to 'persuade -.you   that. Co-  pttion means, higher prices.*   * / .       "- r  are'.haiidfihS Co-Operative-fruit "growers  STRAWBERRIES^  *   TODAY S     PRICES > -      v  1 Basket for 15 cents.  fwill go lower,-get'our price for crates ior. pre-  tog.. Quality is at the"top/ - , ��� -  fms  Qa��h.   Deposit Accounts Opened  FARRELIi   BLOCK  v MOYIE'S    LEAPINGc HOTEL. \    ' g.  otel Kootenay   1  X       l -      . i* ,      Ji  The best of accommodations %  c ' Tl '  for ' the Traveling Public." |  l^^o and Commodious SainjiAe Eoopia."        '   Billiard Eootus.     -g  MoTAVISH St CAMERON Proprietors. |  ��� ^n^jn^-zjc- /^ ^sr J^^s" tyn^'l'/S-^i *;^T^-/<>n^r ^-ijnp--^ %  The train numbers on  tha C. P:  R. have been-, altered as follows;  Westbound flyer, to. No. 7;, r'egu- IT"���"*"'Iu"T  ,     ���     ���-'   'j   -    .y' '   ,-  '      ���x  tween-the to..^ ���u^. uuC B,uuUi  lar pa3sengec.we3toovnd, No.  21;   u *-u   ^���'pi        j* J �����' li.. 7    4-,  tt'u;m"5"   ^"h       .V-o'r^   ^u       '   both.ssafe   and  delightful.   Pec  Jiastbound ilyer, ISo. 8, E.\stbound!   i 'j   --,-, ,-.���.  -r,�� ��-(, ^ -���'.',       -'    -���aouu.,;uu; pie, youngyand,' old were bestir  passenger No.  22.-',y ,        ,' " a '; :   ���*      ,/ .' y,   - i'.   . .        *  -, .,  ^ -j'svj. ' *:"'"'    y���;���7:;���r *" -;      -  :'JIis honor, the adminstatoi'   of  the .Government   in" Council has  beeh'"pleaseTd < \o" ^appoint: ^ J* P.'  *���     -      l[J        *!* ,'.' Tt-l-l ll ^ *J  Armstrong, esquire, t'o tie'dUtrict  registrar of the Qranbt.'ookilldsU-  try, ot the Supreme-Court from  ,the22nd'day'ofyAae? r f '   "'  ,''# *   -<- i     r '"> ���   ���' ,*.  The tri-weekly service between  Sandon and New Denver has  again been altered and��� the company has cut oil the "morning  service altogether. In future, the  train from Itosebery.. will make  one trip a day to Sandon, and  that, in the evenings of Monday,  Weduesday arid Friday.  James Ferguson ' Killed.- ���  that sho will always maintain her   Tt'a-! t!a'9 most'interesting garn3 of  posicion,"as Lord Dafferih descrih-1 *_lie da5" ���   TLle AI oyie players ,were:  ed. her,"-The" brightest jeVel  in  the British 'diadem." ',,���',  ,  The  weather'wasr id-al   for  a  celebration and the lake was calm  all d*'y, which made the ride  be-'  wn and the grounds  o-  r-  ing early- iii* the'morning,  and,by  10 o'clock most .of. the people were  on the grounda..', 5The la-lies aids  of the Presbyteriirf *and M-ibhod-'  James Perguson, a machinist,  was" instantly killed yesterd-vy  at" Michel while l engaged filling  steam pipes on the slope in No. 5  mine. Several^ cars loaded with  mine -timbers broke loose from  tha_haulage, scattering timbers  right and left on their] wild rush  down the incline, and Perguson,  who was working on, the slope,  was struck on tne neck by? one of  the timbers and instantly killed.  The body was taken, to the  morgue. The deceased, who was  a --native t of -Scotland, aged 29  years, went there from Moyie  about  three mouths ngo.  istvchur'che3, had , booths,, arranged  and ^eerved_,meala-'and. icecrea m  and-; ''lemonade ythrough'^but^the'  day. ".Tom Summers Jalso.-hid-ra  refr^hihent 'stand,  and', /'Mielcy"  dispensed from ;hi3  booth bevel'-'  ages of a more  substantial order.  It5 took   2S  .kegs  of the  Moyie  Brewery's" celebratad/'Lake Shore  Export" and two barrels of Schlitz  the kind  that ..made Milwaukee  famous, to  quench the  thirst  of  the    multitude.   All    who    had  booths on the grounds reap ad  a  harvest.    The two  churches' took  in over $500,  a   sufficient  sum to  clear both institutions of debt.  The' out of town contributors  to tho celebration were: J. P, M,  Pinkham, .manager Cranbrook  branch of the Imperial  B ink  of  Pred Perkins, goal;' Albert Gill,'  right' back; Arthur ' Eeid,- left  hack; Elliott C.-owe, oucsile lefc;  M. Hillieryi inaida, lefc;' K. Marshall, center;jEd.-'Lindsay, insula  right;,. II. Straugway, outside  righfe Alex' Wil30ii,-lef c ��� half; Joe.  Kerr, center, halff Tom Climi'e,  right half."'-"     x ^   y   '   , -y,1 * '  -Mac��atherri^& Macdonald:''  ^5-5-5S'>3'S3>.-2;��5S5$:53^3'$d^S*5-**r(5i  $'.     LOCAL ASSAYS'/' ,    I  ��? .'  >     .    - ���*������''... %  LOCAL ASSAYS', ���  .. ���* *   '  J5553i$*��S3'$SS'3$-3i3!3i5$d5*53r^  W. H.  Aldridge ywas  in  town  Mond.V.-"^;'''^"'7"^";1 " ���'*'  C- A."Foote has a .'splendid  line  of .ties in stock.       < '      ,.., -  -' -**��� ^ ���* *��� ^ , 1   .   '  -    1  ; W.B. Laing has had his" barber  shop re-papered and re-painted.  ' Mv. and Mci'% H. Sait are' tak-  ing��in the Calgary fair.  Mrs. Forest and son and several  Cranbrook ladies were ,the guests  of Mrs. Lawlor on Doiiiinion D.xy  Geo. Gunii lefc hurrldly 'on  Dominion Day for Nelson, having  received a ' telegram that his  daughter'had blood poisoning resulting , from a scratch on the  knee. . " ���   ,  - Born���At the Cranbrook hospital this, morning fto Mr! aud  Mis. Thos. Summers a son.'  *,There will  be   services;,afc' the  ISlathodist i( chyrch. ytomorro'w.'  Itey. Fred Koll, bha h^wLy appo"m-t  ted* pastor,' is expact'ed- hare todiy.  or 'tomorrow \     "' '  .,      1- ., - '  J. H. Hawke1 has .built  an  ice-  crcamscaud'on'tho'lot   south of  the Lund ,building. ��� lie has  re-  f,  Nkw Touk���Dar silver, 7A -ct?.  'Lead $4.75.     ���      bpm-   ,-13 ctj.  Loxdon���Lend, ��12, 8s   9d  UETAL.MARKET.  ^' -  Scliool 'CSosinj:.,  "The annual examination of  the,  junjor aud  senior division of, the >:  ,M��'ff sphoo! took place ' on   Tries-   ,'.'  'day, "Juna'* 30oh; iu, the   presence ' '',:  of parents and friends.     -'���-*,  < 3i:i,3s Jessiq Nicholson renewed    A  th*3 pupils on the   pre^cribeii  for   .  work for tli-elp"cimary;clii%ads, and.   "'  .a^afd^4 -, R--ollsV|VCHoti;or yio " Che  y  follpvving: T",'  '   Proficiency���May MTacDohald,'' ���   -  Regularity  and    Punctutlity���, '  Arthur Nufctall  .        - * - -   -- .     Doporfcmpht���Bdatrice Hawke,  -.;.���' Mi��Ji^hern i3   taking in jceived the agency for  the Hazel-)    The  exercises  were'varied  tha'Calg'al-j'- faiiv~"" ~ "~*-a:*'--~ y  -(.wood icecream and  will   be ' able / songs and choruses.  ;5,*-T-, B  y   ;K)i#  I'M  -  ; l���yyfM  ., ''i^-An  ' . h A-'.M  - ><Wk  . ���'���*j5��3i  by  if-*% A  Bert Stewart   came  over   from Ifco  S8l'V8  PL^voa^ three   days    a       The pupils of the Iubermeuiabo  BRAND.  TORONTO  Why is it  that 90 per cent, of tlie travellers arc "wearing  20 CENTURY BRAND  Clothing?   Ask  E.       A.     HILL,  Conservative Convention Called.  THE    FURNISHER.  M<     " ' ""���  mperia! Bank of Canada.  ^Capital Authorized----���*-������-$10,000,000.  iV "'"'���'   y '.'-: ���'��� ��� '   w  Capital paid up-~-^--������-������������4,925,000.  ��ftest- ���*S���- -r-���r������������<���������l,92"j,,000.  Savings bank -department,   y  iln-^restallowed on deposits from date 'of- deposits and ,  R^&^aft^L  quarterly.                 '���-''"':. ���  f^  l^A&&3*            . V'���.'.���            ���;���              "  ������ --.���(J  J^ANBROOK BRANCH. >  l��M<^        '     ..                  ���   ���    'i                                              A' y /r  ",���>..'J. F.-M-PJNKHAM-Manager.     '���*  ��� ���'   '            ���������������"��� _  " [    i  The Conservatives of Kootenay  will meet in convention at Nelson ?  on Tuesday, July 21st, for the  purpose of nominating a candidate for Kootenay in tho Dominion parliament. Tho convention  will be held at the Nelson opera  house.- The Moyie Conservatives  will hold a mooting within a few  days and elect dolesatos. The  deligates from Cranbrook will be;  J. A. Harvey, D. J. Johnson,  A. Leitch, G. II. Thompson, aud  E. Home.  A   Launch Race,  It is understood there will be a  race on the lake Monday, evening  between the several gasoline  launches. These races will probably be held at regular intervals  during the summer.  The Next   Payday.  Next Friday will be payday at  the St, Eugene, Ting'amount to  be disbursed is $39,500.,  Canada, $10. Kootenay Cigar  Co., Nelson, 250 Columbia cigars.  Joe Wright, Rossland, 100 "W.  B." cigars. "W. H. Wilson, "jeweler, Craubrook, watch chain,  cuff links and pic.  The special train brought in a  big,cro'wd in the morning. . This  train also brought in the Fernie  band, which furnished very good  music throughout the day.  Many took advantage of the  trains aud rode to and from the  grounds. All trains stopped at  Aldridge that day. Every launch  and boat ou tho lake was pressed  into service to carry crowds.  The big boat of the Cambrian  Company proved just the proper  rig for such an  occasion.  Tho dancing pavilliou was well  patronized, and tho hot sun had  no terror for thoso who wished to  trip the light fantastic.  IJASE1IALL.  The baseball game between  Cranbrook and Moyie resulted in  a score of 10 to S in favor of tho  visiting team. The players were:  Reneau, catcher; Kamm, pitcher;  Crowe,' first base; Ayres, second  base; Gamble, third base; Erford,  short stop; North, loft field;  Clothier, center field; Kyle, right  field. Roland Gamble was the  umpire.  Tha boys, baseball match resulted in ia victory of 10 to 8.. in  favor of thr Mjliyie team   ,     ,  aquatic spouts;      y:'.  Double   scull     race���-P.    Head  and Al. Brydle, first; Harry S .Van  aud EJ. Barr, second. ,  ,,,  Double    paddle    canoe���Gillett  and Buutiug,'first;   Clothier  and  ' Clamble; second.. y,  Rossland Thursday. '  ���Tha parents of S. G. Blaylock  have returned to Nelson  Mrs. Harry Stewart and children are home from Spokane.  G. T. McGregor will leave next  Monday for his home at Fergus,  Out.  week.  Developing St. Joseph Group.  SLiurieo Crow is back to Moyie  after an absence of several  months.  Miss Hazel and Mildred Cline  were up from Cranbrook to spend  Dominion Day.  ' Lillie'' and Philip Conrad will  spend their vacation with < their  aunt in Missoula, Mont.  Master Cecil Larson in home  from Spokane, where he was attending the Blair Business college.  Mrs. Lenihan arrived home  Sunday froin Goldfield, where she  was on a visit.  T. B. Strufchers has opened a  bowling alley and shooting gal-  lory near the Cosmopolitan  hotel.  A. G. Moukhouse this week received his appointmout as district  dopnty for Wildov Lodge No. -11  T. 0. O. P.  Mrs. Chas. Klingrnsmith and  Mrs. N. A. Mackeuzie camo up  from Elko for the Dominion Day  colebration. Mrs. Mackeuzie is  remaining in town for a few  days, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.  Diinock.  The water in the lake Ma warm  onough for bathing aud both old  aud young are taking advantage  of this,invigorating sport.  Miss Mabel Pugg, who has been  teaching school,at Pullman Wash,  was here this week visiting with  Mi\ and Mrs.yP. P.. Johnston, of  the Moyie Hotel. Miss"Rugg left  today for her home iu  California.  Miss Nellie Batt is hero from  Vancouver spending a short vacation at the home of hor sister,  AIM. WW.. S. Gilbert.    Miss Eatt  Josepth' Cosavello   hi3  already  expendedT$800 on "the St.   Joseph  group of claims, which   are located   near the upper   Moyie   lake  about   three    miles   from   town.  Mr. Cosavello   requires additional  capital to carry on work,  aud  is  on the.lookout for some one   who  "will  buy an' interost  and  go  in  partnership with .him.    He has a  good showing of ore, aud his  proposition is    well   worth  looking  iuto.  Fourth of July Dance.  and senior grades pa-sbed written  examinations on' the p.*ogramme  of studies previous to tho oral  review and'Mr.' Moore' presantud  the Rolls of Honor to the following:  Proficiency,���Miss Lois  Gamble,  Punctuality and RoguUiity���  Oscar Burch,  Deportment- Roy MaeEvch9ru.  The session of 190S wa-; brought  to a close by the singing of the  national anthem/  Al.  *7H ?|  <\ ���.'  '���  *  Hi-mI  -i*A,  ���a  All  ��.,���'���'  A Fourth of July dance will be  given by tho "Yauke Doodle  Club" in the Drewry building  next Monday evening. Everybody invited. Tickets oO cents.  Tbe following committee is got-  tiug it up: R igcr Logiie, John  O'Rourke, Peter Jennings, Jas.  McPaddon, 12 D. Holland. Music  by Mr?. P-itrequin and P. J.  Smyth.  Married.  Ben Obort and Miss S illy Smith  both of Moyie, were married at  the Catholic church at Cranbrook  ou the morning of Juno 29fch.  They aro making their home ou  the St. Eugene hill.  Creston Celebration.  f'r-Vifl  .'. y   ,  ��'"!   '.  ���-i'1  1; >���  Orchard Not to Hang.  Cresfcou had a b'.g celebration  ou the First. People wero there  from Cranbrook to Kootonay  Landing aud from all tho surrounding ranches. The Cranbrook band was in attoad vuce.  Creston is building up at a very  rapidrate, and every inhabitant  of tha place is a booster. The  strawberry harvest is just at its  height? aud those who have strawberry patches are making a fortune. On the day of the celebration several choice boxes wero on  exhibition in S. A. .Speer-i' sr.on-.  John Hobdon won the S.T prize,  which was offered by O. O Ui-pi-rji  for tho bo.-1 ber   of strawbeirie**,.  i-i .<���  i \  -���%  i-i-*  yl,,  f  Spor'.s  This  :vcn3i5g.  The Itlalio state board of pardons has commuted tho sentence  of Harry Orchard; who -was- under  seiatence to hang yesterday, to  imprisonment for hfi-j.'  Machinery for Aurora,  W.J.    Folthaui, .president and  manager    of  the Aurora Mining  is cashitrr in tile drygojds a tore-of 1 ooiuya-iiy, .has guna to Rossland to  Pi'aakliu  ��fc ��� Nix'ju    on- H-is'.iii'js I procure   ."U'lclihiery  for   wo: king  atreoc iu ��� Vaucouver. '    ���������'.. j tlie - Tirojiorty,.'  Thei 0 will be a ba^eba'l gamrs  thisovening at Aldridge paik b*--  cwpeu the miuri anil mill team*-",  The g-uui is c-dled for (>���.:' ��.  Thore will be a ilan-oo aftorwauU  at tlle-ptivillion, [������  la town this' fvonihg soma  uhilldren'.-" eveiirs will bo pulled  oil oi> the ruiiin street at 7 o'clock,  Will  Soon  Hnve   Phones.  Thfi.supplies.for tho M-iyie tele-  (ihoue'sysr.em are at Qrurtbruok in  tho customs house.- Thejr will bu  released at onco and brought to  Moyio. 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"'���-.���  tl*'' *'.. -"V "?.      -"-1  iiit*,^^,-n  ;. ; i^aS>  niy'ti'i-fir'  ���tpk.'**'--*  ^���."^.^  ^|*t;; ':*;-  i  cfy ���-->���:>��� ���  1  :if  } it ���'.*  l>y ^i'.iv'  ^-".���'ri''  ���^t  5��v  y'. i;-U;f''  ^! ^'''.  REFUGEES  By A. CONAN DOVXE.  Author   of   "The   Rriurn   of   Sherlocli  , Holmes'*  r.->7i-;rir-l)t1 ISIC. 'iy Harper & nrot'ucra  (Continued)  '.y.-y  .-��in- ^n-- Mni.l'i Iht Ijoudoir imttiiif;  the Inst lomlu"- lo li.'i* loil.-l. wlien her  p-ipre aniioiinced lo ber that Uio Hinf:  i\.is wailinjf in her Riilon. "Mine.' dc  Monlcsjian could hardly believe in such  Rood fortune. Slic liiid racked her  braiii all morning as to how sire should  win her way to liim, :iiid liero he wna  waiting for her.  He had come with every intention of  hpfdnuing the iijtoniow hy telJiii",' hero  bluntly ot* his uinrt'iusc' but' now, as  he looked upon her beauty and her  Jove, lie felt that it would have been  less brutal to strike her down at his.  feet.' Let some oue else tell her, then.  She would know soon enough. All this  ran swiftly through his mind, nud she  as swiftly road it off in his brown eyes.  "You have something you came to  eny, and now you have not the heart  to say it. God bless the kindly heart  which checks the cruel tongue!"  "No, no, madanie," said .Louis.' "I  -would not be cruel.' I cannot forget  that, my life has bccii��brightened and  my court 'made brilliant during all  these years by yfiur wit and your beati-  ,��� ty.. But limes change, madanie, and  for every reason I think that It is best  tl that, we .should 'arrange in the way  ���which we discussed the other day and ,  that you should withdraw yourself  from the court." ; ' >  "Withdraw, sire.1'   For how long?"  ' "It must bo. a "permanent withdrawal,  iuiul, line.   -I   need  uot  say'that  I  Fhnll   make yom;  retirement  a   titinpi.,  ��� one as far as In me lies.   Your allow*  -mice shall be fixed by yourself.   A pal*.  nee shall b'c erected for yo'u iii, whatever part of France you may prefer,  'provided that it "is 'twenty miles from  1-aris.   An estate als-o"'���  1 "Oh,'sire,  how can  you   tliihk ,that  such things as those would compensate  ���   me for. the loss of your love?"' Iier  heart  had turned to lead  within her  ,  breast. ��� JIad he spoken hotly and an-.  .  grily she might have hoped to turn him  ' as she had done before.-,but this geu-  r tie'and yet firm bearing was new to  him, and she felt that all beiyarts were  vain against, it. '      ;  , '   "Madame," said he, "Lhavo thought  ��� well over this matter, and It'must be  'as'T say.   There is no other ,way at all.  c I have ordered, your,,brother to^have  ' hls'carriage al the postern at 0 o'clock,  .for I thought that perhaps you would  wish io retire after nightfall."  "To hide my shame from a laughinu  ,   court! -It was thoughtful of you, sire.  Aud'yet perhaps this, too, was a duty,  since we hear so much of duties uow-  ^ adays, for who was it but you"'��� _   * ���  "I know, madanie, I know^ -1 I 'con-  i .fess" it. I liave wronged' you, deeply.  Believe me that every atonement which,  ls in, my power shall he made. > Nay, do  not-look so augrily a't me, I beg. "Lot  our last sight of each other be one  ' which; may leave a pleasant memory  behind it." ��� -  "A pleasant .memory!" ' All the 'gentleness and humility had fallen from  her now, and her voice bad tho hard  ring of contempt and of anger. "A  pleasant memory! It may well be  pleasant to you, who are released from  the woman whom you ruined,( who can  turn now to another without'any pale  face to bo seen within tlie salons of  your court to remind you of your perfidy. But to me, pining in some lonely  country house, ir-purned by my husband, despised by my_ family, the scorn  and jest of France, far from all which  gave a charm to life, far from the man  for whose love I have sacrificed everything���this will be, a very pleasant  memory to mo, you may be sure." 1  The king's eyes had caught the angry  gleam which shot from hers, and yet  he strove hard to pet a curb upon his  temper. lie felt that it was'for him  to do so, and yet it did not come kindly  to his imperious nature.    ��  "There is nothing to be gained, ma-  dame,"' said he, "by using words which  are neither seemly for your tongue nor  for my cars. Yon will do me the justice to confess that where I might command I am now entreating."  "Oh, yon show too, much consideration, sire! Our relations of twenty  years or so can scarce suffice to explain such forbearance from you."  "Your words are bitter, madame.  Francoiso, be reasonable, I implore you.  We have both left our youth behind."  "The alhibion to my years come*  gracefully from your lips."  "All,'you distort my words. Then 1  shall say no more. You may not see  me again, madame. ls there no question which you would wish to ask me  before I go?"  "Good   God,"   she  cried,   "is   this  a  man?   Has it a heart?   Are these tbe  ips which have told me so often that  ie   loved   me?    Are   (hose   (he  eye*  rhich have looked so fondly into  /line? Can you (ben thrust away a  "woman whose life has been yours as  you put a.vay the St. Germain palace  when a more showy one was leady for  you? And this is the end of all those  vows, tho^e sweet whispers, those per-  biiasions, those pionii��cs���this!"  "Suy, inadamo, this is paiuful to both  of us",   ,   , .,, ,  'Tain! Where is the pain in your  face? 1 see anger in it because" I have  dared to speak truth. ��� I see joy in it  because you feel that your vile task  as doiiey  ���"Hy patience can , boar no more!"  cried the 'king furiously. "I leave you,  madame, and forever!" '       ,  But her fury had swept all fear and  discretion from her mind. She stepped between the door and him, her  face flushed, her eyes blazing, her face  thrust alitlle forward, onesmall white  s-atin slipper .tapping upon the. carpet  "Yp.u are,in haste, sire? She is waiting for-you doubtless. But it was a  disappointment last night, was it not,  my poor sire? Ah, and for the governess, what it blow! Great heaven, what  a 'bloty! No archbishop, no marriage,  all the pretty plan gone.wrong! Was  It not cruel?"  Louis gazed at the beautiful, furious  face in bewilderment, aud it flashed  across his mind that perhaps her grief  had turned lifer brain. What else could  he the meaning of this wild talk of the  archbishoo and the disauDoiutiucmt?  It  wquia be "irrivrorrnj or mm to speaE  harshly to one who was so afllicted.  lie must sooihe her, and. above all, he  must get away from her.  "You have had the keeping of a  f good many of my family jewels," said  he. "I beg that you will still retain  them as a small sign of iny regard."  He had hoped io please her aud to  calm her, but in an iustaut she was  over at her treasure cupboard hurling  double handfulis of precious' stones  dowu at his feet. They clinked aud  rattled, the Jiltle pellets of red aud  yellow and -creen. rolling, glinting over  ' the floor and rapping up against the  oak panels at the base of'the wall's.  "They will do for the governess if  the archbishop comes at last!" she  cried.  lie was more convinced than ever  that she had lost her wits. A thought  stni.''k him "by which he might appeal  to all that was softer and more gentle,  in her nature. He stepped swiftly to  the door, pu��hed it half open and gave  a whispered order. A youtb-with long"  golden hair waving 'down over his  black velvet doublet entered the room.  lt was her youngest son, the Count ��f  Toulouse. t  "I thought that you would wish to  Old him tarewell," said Louis.   ���i   >  She stood starini as though unable to  realise  Hie significance  of his   words;.  Then   It  was  borne suddenly In  upon  her that her children as well as'ber lover were to be taken from her, Unit (his  other   woman   should   see   them* aud  speak   with  them   and   win  (heir love  -,\hileshe was far away.   ��V11 that was  evil and bittci- in the woman flushed  suddenly ill) ia her until for the instant*  she wits what lhe king had thought her.  If ber son  was  not  for  her, then he  should bo for none.    A jeweled knife  lay among 'her treasures .ready to her  hand.   She caught it up and rushedat  the cowering lad.        '      *��� ',    '  Louis screamed and rah forward to  stop her, but another had'been swifter  than he. A woman had darted through  the open door and had caught 'the upraised wrist. ��� There was a m'oment's  struggle, two ���queenly figures swayed  and strained, and the knife dropped  between (heir feet. The ' frightened  Louis caught ,it upland," seizing his?  little sou by the wrist, 'be rushed from  the apartment. , Francoiso de Houtes-'  pan"staggered back against the'ottoman to find herself confronted by the  steady eyes and set face of that other  Francoiso, the woman whose, presence  Cell like a'shadow at every, thru of her  life.    *   ,     "l   ,. ,        "     ���   ���'   ���  '���J1 have  saved  you,   madame,   from0  doing that which you would have'beeh  the first, to bewail."'  "Saved   me!    It, is  'you   who   have  driven me to this���you, whom I'picked,.  mfniipoii. Take neeci. inaan*.T:e, ror  God's i-tiUe take heed ere it be too late!  For all your beauty there can be for  you, as for me, a few short years ol  life. Then, when that brown hair is 1  white, when that white check N sunken, when thai biinht eye !-, dimmed-  iih. then God pity the sin --taiiied souli  of Francoiso do M intespan!"  Ilor rival Ira 1 sunk her head for the  moment before the solemn words and  lhe beautiful eyes. For an instant she  ' stood silent, cowed for.the fii-st tune in  ' all her life, but then the mocking, defiant spirit came back io her. and she  glanced uj> with a curling lip?  "I am already provided  with ai spiritual 'director,   thank  you,"   said  she.  "Oh, madame, you  must not think to  throw dust in my eyes!    1 know you  nud know you well!"  "On lhe contrary, you seem to know  less than I had expected. If you Jcnow  me so well, pray what am l?y  All her rival's bitterness lincl hatred,  rang in the tones ot ber answer. '"You  are," said {������lie, "(he governess of my  children and the secret mistress of the  king."  "'Yon are mistaken," answered Mme.  de Mniiitcnoii serenely.   "1 am tlio gpv-  *TiH'.s.s of your children had I  am 'the  hig's wi/- "  (To be Continued )  "A THOROUGH CURE  OJMECZEMA"  IS  THE   TRIBUTE   OF  A     BURK'S  FALLS    FATHER    TO     DR.      ���  CHASE'S OINTMENT.  TYRANNY  OF THINGS.  Museum-like Homes Mean Mausoleums of Happiness. (  An article on the awful tyranny of,  things is always to tho point We cannot be too often, reminded gf the ^useless things��� bric-a-brac- and the things'  that are too good to use. 'The following Is from the Llorise Beautiful:  We pride ourselves on having won  freedom'.from the tyranny ��� of kings,  but what,about the tyranny of things?.  There ls no gainsaying(, it, we are  sluves'of our, belongings.   .        ),���  How things in a shop window "pull''  at the purse strings! ).IIow "dirt1 cheap".  Is each particular thingrin Itself! Altogether they are tempting as the glittering serpent of old.,, ..,''.  . Only when installed, how docs their  glamour suddenly vanish! ,npwoften do  we find ourselves' wilh white elephants  on our unwilling hands! Possibly it Is  a reproduction of an old fashioned" mahogany davenport,- a goodly thing im  Itself,-but, alas, it cramps'our drawing  room to'suffocation.' '      ' ���"���  Possibly It Is a sofa cushion we needed... The'shops'' variety was so" perplex-  'lnjj we cut the Gordiou knot of choice  by purchasing three instead" of one.i  and thereby we are smothered by our  own Iago taste." '/' >-    ' t  ..Pictures ancl'prints and oriental rugs'  'seem of n higher piano. It'Is'to cultivate the aesthetic, sensibilities, to study  art, to compare various examples and  at last (o arrive* fit the possession of,  one excellent print ort picture' or surpassing rug. But the mania grows.  The sense of proportion between our'  Income 'iind'iour othori,possession, fails  ,to(keep the pace.' VA'e keep on picking  up pictures or prints or rugs. "��� A "find",  ls ajr Dnd* nnd, wo'canuot'stop to "consider 'Its {relation 'or .no ' to' (he' other,  "finds" in 'the house. Thus in a short  while,we cannot find ourselves at all  under the bewildering'mass of ouiybe-  iongings;*-"       . '      ,-'<-,,.     ,'-.,,  ,nard Is it for us to remember that a  Small chikhen ��uh the common  skm dii-eabos t.uch a.- er/oina. ��'*-���  pitiable. The com-tanl itcn [raiy  them tear and .sciau-h this nfleeted  parts,, thus liuid.-iinj; tin* healing process, and woi.-i of all it spreads over  Hie hands and fac*.- until it become*-  a serious -"lii-cnsc-  For i,uch tioubhiP as Kexema, Salt  Rheum. Fiin'pk*-., Hushes, Scald*,,  Burns, etc., thcie is n.ahiug better  than Dr. Ciinfao'b Ointment. It immediately stops, all itching on paining from, bum? "and r-crlhls, so tlKJ  sore get-j'a'chance to heal by not,being !i!_-giuvated by sciatcjiing. It also, takes out all pi.i.-on and allows  it  to  heal.  Mr. ,\Vm. Craft, Jr., Jhuh's Falls.  Out., tells the experience ol his little   bov.    He  write--:���  "Our Jiltle boy. iijidl throe years,  broke  out   with   eo/.eiiiii  all   over  his  face, hands and hack, aiul we had a  terrible time trying to reliovc his suf-  feiing. It wa-'m bad that when ho  scratched it would' .-ilrno-,1 make the  blood flow. The m-o of J)r. Chase's  Ointment quicXK brought relief and  made a thorough cure, a*-, there" has  never been any it turn of, this disagreeable1 ailment.  From iricli and poor alike como tributes; of -praise for the exceptionally,  soothing, healing, antiseptic influence  of, Dr. Chiusu's Ointment.1 Sixty cents  a 'box at all dealer-, or Kdmanboii,  Bates & Cqf, 1'oronto. '  ," '   '    '-        - '  "Ah,   3\rr.   "Dopcw,  .you're   the  very  mltn 'I 'am' looking for!',' exullingly  cried a feminine ineiiibeiyof tlie \\.mi-  kakee- : Tourist Association. . "You  must introduce'me to tho PresidQii't."  "Kut I don't remember ever having  met you,' madam,",piotes,ted the Senator, with a hand uplifted 'in deprecatory'gesture. " , ''  , "Don't remember nic^ Senator De-  pew 1" exclaimed, the lady., "Why, .1  met ypu when you spoke at Amsterdam, New York,'"  ���"Ah!" mused^Mr. Depow,I"Amster-  dam-m-ni. Let me see,' now '.that  was ,46 -yeaTS ago. Impossible f You'  we're not horn then."       ."/''';     -  .'And with- a courtly bow'Chauncey  disappeared boliind one of his -broad  est smiles. ���   " -    '  CIGARETTES  AND  TEA.  A Part of the Routine of Every Russian  Business House.  "You forget," I observed, "(hat Russia is, the original homo and habitat of  the cigarette," says the Odessa corns  spoudent of (he Loudon Standard  "Tho little paper tube of tobacco was,  so to say. a national Institution among  the Russians, geutle aud simple, long  before It was seen between the lips of  thc-'Fusllshman and Frenchman."  My friend, a Hritish merchant, on  his first visit to Russia, was being introduced to a local banking house. As  (ho cashier momentarily hi id aside his  cigarette iu a convenient ash, tray to  attend to us,my visitor looked iiniazed-  |y around the spacious, room, where*"  here and there among the staff of sixty clerks he saw the 'curling blue  smoke of many clgaroUcs. The cashier proffered his cigarette case.'  "Well, do you know," said my  frleud, "It is not by any' means our  notion of business, and yet somehow  it looks homely and agreeable, and  none of these fellows appears to bo  lazing or shirking."  Then crime a further surprise for  my companion. A neatly dressed  waitress emerging from some lower  region was passing behind the chief  counter bearing a large tray on which,  wero eome ten or twelve glasses of  tea, with .the usinjl small dish of  s-llccd lemon and silver fork/ The ten  was first .distributed , to the, senior  Works In the various departments, and  the waitress returned for further supplies far tho 'rest of the' staff.  "Also a Russian institution?" smilingly rfnoried the London merchant' ,  "Exactly," I replied, "and the tea > is  of the finest quality.'!   . , "    ',    ���  From the bank we droyfr- to ^tho'  postofllce and .telegraph station., - In  these places it is forbidden' ttythe public to' smoke, hut. behind the counters  In every department tho cigarette .and  tea were Justyis much In evidence^ns  tliey were at the bauk.'- The tea Is, always supplied by ,the establishment,,  whatever It "may be. The cigarettes  tho officials- and clerks -Hud-.themselves. -        ,    -*       .. ' .      "     ,.'    ���   .  ' "   -  FIRST" PATENT.   ,' -  ���  ��� In the cases, 'of infant mortality  cholera morlius figures frequontlv,  and it may "'be said that complaints  of tho bowels are great destroyers of  child li.'e. If all mothers would avail  themselves, of so< effective a; jeinedv  as ,Dr. J. ' DA Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial many a little"one cou.lti be  saved. Ttilj .cordial can he' given'  with ,safety to the* smallest child  ns,there is no'injurious substance iri  it.*      .  "Does; he believe fin realism'-*"    ',  "Yes,*  but'he  carries 'it to  excess.  In" Uie' second'sceuc''he is"'severely  wounded  and   he  has   a 'doctor issue  bulletins .betweqn'tihe. ���acts."   .S,  .PJ  ANXIOUS .MOME^TSiPOR';  . \  yl  V ;*- YOUNG ^MOTHERS  ���X woman liatl darted through the open  door.  up when you were hard pressed for a  crust of bread or a cup of sour wiue.  What had you? You had uothing���  nothing except a name which was a  laughingstock. And what did I give  you? I gave you everything. You  know that I gave you everything���  money, position, the entrance to the  court. You had them all from me.  Aud now you mock met"  "Madame, I do uot mock you. I  pity you from the bottom of my heart."  "Pity? 11a, ba!, A Morlemart is  pitied by the widow Scarron! Your  pity may go whore your gratitude is,  and where your character is. We shall  be troubled with it no longer then."  "Your words do not pain me. I have  never had an evil thought toward you."  "None toward me? Oh, woman,  woman!"  "What have 1 done, then? Tho king  came to my room to see the children  .taught. ITo stayed. He talked, lie  asked my opinion on this and that.  Could I be silent, or could I say othei  than what I thought?"  "And so, by your own confession,  you stole the king's love from me, most  virtuous oi widows!"  "I had all gratitude and kindly  thought for you. You have, as you  have so often reminded me, been my  benefactress. It was not necessary  for you to say it, for I bad never for  an instant forgotten it."  "Pali! Your hypocrisy sickens me!  If you pretfij'l to be a nun, why are  you not where the nuns aro? I was  honest, and what- I did I did before  the world. You. behind your priests  and your directors and your prie-dious  and your .'missals���do you think that  you deceive, me as you deceive others?"  Her 'antagonist's gray eyes sparkled  ���for the first time.-and she took a quick'  stop forward, With one white hand half  lifted in rebuke.   .  "You may speak as you will of me,",  she said. "To irre it"is no more than'  the foolish parrakeet ���that chatters in  your anteroom. Hut-do not (ouch upon things which are sacred. Ah, if you  would but raise your own thoughts to  such things���if you would but turn  them inward and see before it is too  late how vile and foul is this life which  you have led! What might you not  have done? His soul was in your  hands like clay,for the potter. If you  had raised him up, if you had led him  on the higher path, if you had brought  out all that was noble and good within  jhira, how your name would have been  loved and'blessed from the chateau, t*  the cottage! But no. You dragged lkm  down, you wasted his youth, you drew.  '���im  from  hls-^a-ife.   vou  maiced his  . ,. * - 'r v., r- * v-   *   i-t"' ^-    ' -- ** .*  ,Th'e hot-weather month's', (ire ah'anxious time, for- all' mothers,", but ,par-  museum and a, home nretwo different,  ticularly   for   young 'mothers'.. '/They  are the most fatal .months' in1- the year  Ior babies and young 'children,* because of the great prevalence of stomach and bowel troubles. These come  almost "without .warning,' and\ often  before the mother leahzes that there  is danger the little one may be beyond  aid. It is'the duty of every * mother  to use all reasonable' piecautioris to  wiird off summer complaints. For  this purpose no .other medicine can  equal .Baby's Own Tablets. An occasional dose will keep'the stomach* and  bowels free lrom offending matter,  and will insure the little ones good  health. If the trouble comes unexpectedly the Tablets will 'speedily  cure it. Every home, therefore, should  keep the Tablets on hand always; they  may be the means of saving "your  child's life. They are guaranteed  fiee from opiates and naicotic.-i,_ and  may be given with, perfect safety to  a new'horn babe. Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25* cents a box  fiom The Dr. Williams'. Medicine Co.,  Brockville'   Ont. . .  things. 'And If, we make our homes  miniature museums we are too likely  to see them turn ,into mausoleums of  all future quiet and'happiness. ,  - One ramily'-ot which we Icuow^bas  laws like unto those of tlie'Modes and  Persians as to what things shall or  'shall' not enter its sanctum. This fam-  llj considers the home in somewhat  the light of a club, and the idea is car  riud out by the easting of a ballot for  and against every new article proposed  for admission.,       ���  ' 'The result justifies the method. That  home is utterly refreshing. It has attained that rare quality���harmony.  i Always  Ready  Lemonade.  There is nothing more refreshing on  a hot day than a long drink' of cool  lemonade; but, however antious the  hostess may be tolserve this beverage.  It is sometimes impossible to do so  owing to the lack of necessary ingiedi-  ents. In fact, it,is for just this reason that the sirup that may be prepared hy the following recipe Is one  of the greatest of household conveniences; it Is delicious, but. what Is still  more Important. It enables oiio to procure a supply of lemonade literally at a  moment's notice, says the May Delineator: Extract the juice from a dozen  large lemons; grate the rind "of six of  the-lemons and add it to'the juice.  Let the mixture stand for twelve hours  or overnight In the morning make a  thick simp of granulated sugar and  water, using about six pounds of tho  sugar and just as little water as pos  slble, as the sirup must 1)0 both thicb  and smooth. Whoa it has cooled, strah  the lomou juice into it. Bottle In glass, I  being certain that the tops are .secure  and air tight. In making lemonade  with this sirup place a little crushed  Ice in the bottom of a tall (glass, add  one or two teaspooufuls of the sirup,  according to taste, and fill with eithei  carbonated or plain water.  This sirup may also be used sticcess  fully in making calces, pies, puddings,  custards, etc., being a most economical  method of utilizing lemons, as it on  ahles the cook to obtain absolutely the  full value of both sugar and fruit  Surely this is a fact worthy of cousid  eration hy the economical.rtousewifc.  Lola���Last' night young Borem declared he would 'Willingly go to the  ends of the earth for me.  Grace���And  what dicl  you say?  Lola���I finally- got him to 'make a  start for home and let it go at that.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.   ���  i.  - Mrs.   Hauskeep���I     don't     believe  you   ever  went  to  woik.i  Weary Willie���Honest, lady, many  a time, but'I'm such a htieuuout. feller dat cvety time I strut tor go f.  work T go clear past it.���-Philadelphia  Pros-*,.  "Seo here," said the cautious stranger, -'if r decide to stay here for a  week, how much is it going to cost  me "> "  "Yon can answer that best yourself," replied the eleik of the Florida  hotel. "IIow much liave you got?"-  t'luladelphia  Pi ess.  Australian Girls l-ear.iess Rider-si  Many'Australian girls live right up  in. the bush, or "stations/' which are  miles away from any town or village  and their time is largely occupied wilh  riding and driving. They are as much  at homo oh| a horse as a: duck is in  the water and think nothing of fidinp  twenty miles or so to pay a visit.  Household dutiei. claim ��� a' share of  their time, 1 owever, and any day thoy  are liable to be left without servants'  and a house full of visitors, but are  in nowise daunted by such an occurrence. Then, the bush girl ��-,."::-��  :iown to the capital for tlie season  and, far from appearing a country  buippkiii or a 'tomboy-after her free  irid open air liff. she is as much.at  home in a ballroom as any'town-bred  i;ii"l, as.neat and well-dressed as ii  ?ho had never ridden barob.-iclr over  wild tracts of country with little.  '.bought of appearances.  An. Actor's  Confession.  "I  suppose Shakespeare' is  you . fa  g-orite author." '''..'  "Yes,"   answered   Mr.   Stormingtoii I  Barnes, "next to my Dress agent  The Munich .Tupciid has discovered  flvc now sign-, by which to detect the  school to which a pain tor ��� lu'longs*  (I) If ho paint, the feky gioy and th<-  gia��s black, he belon-_'-, to'the good  old classical school; (2) if he pninU  the sky blue nod tho grass green, he  is a realist; tt) if he paints the sky  gieen and the eras'- blue, he is .iii  impiessipni��t;, (���!;, if lie paintu. the -sky  yellow and the grass purple,; he is a  coloris't; (5) if ho. "paints the sky  black and the grass rod. he show-s  possession of, great, decorative talent.  ���Christian Register. . ': .    '���  Granted   at   Boston' In .1648   and   Wai(  Called a Monopoly. ," ,.".  , To the" general ���court of Massachusetts'belongs the , honor of granting  lhe first4, American1, patent ''rails'was  lu 1048 and'Svas"'llien designated'as a  monopoly,' It jvas confined to the rc-(  gion, con trolled by Massachusetts, and  tlie one Issue /apparently Included ,all  tho Invention" of tbc.lnventor connected * with '"engines' Hint depeiided^upbn  'water for' their motive power.. -The  limit of the' monopoly was fourteen  years," and the-'court uot-only retained  power to forbid exportation,"-' but" to  pr,eventv exorbitant charges ;upon ftbc  'public for their use.   The" patent was  Issued !n this, rorm: ���>���-,; "jl; t  .   ;    -V'.  . "JenIces' V Mo'iiopolye.���'Jit "a" general!  .Courte ,at- Boston ,lhe;Gth*of the".3th,  ^\lo .1048.". The''cor'tV6nsId'lngc-ye n*e-'  (.���esslty*-of  'raising- such^innnlfactures  1 of-r'engins of!'mllsv_to go^ by, water, for  speedy dlspalcirief ��� much .worko' with  fevjj hands,'1 and Jjeing. sufficiently, in-'  formed of._>ye ability.of_��� ye petition, to  peforme-such * workes^ grant Jils .petl-'  tion (yet no Othr per sen" shall"���set up  or . use any jsu'eh* new" Invention, or  trade for fourteen'yeares wfthout-ye  license of him the said .loseph'Jenkes)  so farr as conccrnos any^such new Invention,��& so It.sh'all he alwayc-s In yo  powr of this co'ro to restrain ye exportation of such manufactures & ye  prizes of them to moderation If occasion so'require."        ' ,  -  This Inventor, 'Joseph "leukes, or  .lenks, as it' would now be spelled,  came from Hammersmith; England,  settled  In   Lynn   In  1043 nnd died* in  -1082-3." aged eighty-one. He was a  blacksmith and machinist,, made the  dies'; for tho coining of- tho "Pine  Tree" money and built the first 'fire'  engine in this cpuntry. altogether, a  man of great inventive genius nnd the  ancestor of a Inrge'number of descendants. One of his sons removed to  Rhode Island, where ho built several  mills. ^  Origin of Myths. t  The human mind, whether that of  the "savage or the'civilized man, is  naturally a thinking machine. In early  times, before science was horn, the  phenomena of nature required an explanation,, and the savage beholder  shaped the myth, which satisfied his  untutored mind. It Is out of man's  natural craving to know the "reason  why" that all myths are born. As  the distinguished anthropologist, Tylor,  puts It, "When tho attention of a 'man  In the myth making stage of intellect  Is drawn to any phenomenon which  has to him an obvious reason, ho In  vents and tells a story to account for  lt." In such way nil mythology orig  Inatcd.  The Literary Sweatshop.  Fnlr Visitor���Why, I bar] no idea that  novels wort* written In (his way. Foreman or Six RfSt Keller Factory���Oh,  yes! At thoso machines thoy punch hi  the plots, across the room tliey stitch  in the description, (ho dialogue Is put  In by hand, and the whole (ben goes  to the finishing room, whore ii i-, sawed  Into chapters.���Puck.  CHOCOLATE   SWEETS.  Tried   and   True   Recipes   For .Making  Delicious Candy  The combined fla  chocolate seems pa  to the American pala  paring sweets for home consumption  or sale the amateur candy maker will  do well to bear'this fact in" mind. As  church sales are now In order, here  ape some reliable recipes for chocolate  sweets that aro sure to find ready sale:  Chocolate Kisses. ��� Fpr this' sweet  powdered or confectioners' sugar  (XXX) iri best Pound together In a  mortar oue pound of the sugar, and  two ounces���or squares���of unsweeU'ii.  ed chocolate. When thoroughly nils-  ed pass through a fine sieve and add-  the whites of two eggs beaten , to a  stiff froth. Have ready n sheet of tin  without any sides and covered "with  buttered paper. ' Drop (tho jmixture on  this, a heaping rteaspoouful at a-time,  and bake slowly. , " "���,*. 'y ^  i Chocolate M.icnrporis: ��� Grate four,  ounces of- unsw'ecteued chocolate, and  sift "with one and one-half "pounds of  powdered or confectioners' ',,sugar.'  Blanch and grind In yptir meat chopper  twelve ounces of 'shelled almonds. This  menus that, the * almonds c must', be  weighed after shelling,., not before.  ���Beat the whiles of throe eggs to a stiff  froth. .Mix the above ingredients, and  a tcaspoonful of vanilla' together In a  procelaln bowl, drop on buticrcd paprr  and bake In a moderate oven, ,*> y    ,  Chocolate, Kudgo.-^PIace In n" [)6rw;  htin saucepan,oue pound of'granulated  sugar, half a te.tcupfu^of sweet milk,  a level talSlcspoojifu! ofWtter1 and, two  ounces or squarc^<of iihswc-ctou<!��l choc-  olnte and boll for'nboutlnfl<wn"nilautcs.  Remove from o tlio �� fire,- add ''one b>a'��  spoonful of vanilla; "and bent with a,  fork until It j, begins .to cortl,_i Do' not'  stir while cooking. Pour into buttered  square this_'to\thc depth of*' half ^nn  inch. '" Before "It gets cold'dip "a'knife  Into 'Ice water-and, ,inark f off 'Into,  squares.-.,--     -      -. -.        -*    . -   ',' ,-.;,  THE  ironini; ..fl.'uk r,lVt  _  reqmrcs p.irlK ���l,a y '-J A  particular   .st,��t<_ii . , 0ln.     "VyS  nion .starch giv.*. ..    /I   '. .i  vor of vanilla and ""* starch *"���'; - <wy f\ U  irtlcularly .^easing \*��*����* ^^'^<MM  late, and when pre- i^lh wh*le- **���*   \J&.J  Colluloid   Sut-, I,   ;,;,  glossy    MilThess  *m,l' p,  the  .solid . bl,icl-n,*s,     Uv.t\  Uble'spoonfuls to ,. ,|.Mri Jf *,j  water  and add  a, !,iti0 UA  water  to clear it.    J w       ^  lugg'oodi., bkirts,i!,.||(,���L>l  'etc., the results will b..- cx*.viitfi,  Writefor n Urge FREE  . Ask your grocer for  . CeWuW\A St^Ai  ��� Never Sticks.  Requires r.oUt  Tie B-aatrort sureb.Wo:U, Ut I'M. A~Zr  -'    ������ Gleanings:   " ���>���* '��� - '  , ,ii-'., k  ' '     i,   ~.y*i'l%'     ,'  ' ��� ��    *���~      *y ' -*-.-.      ,r  ' Tbe council of empire at StJ Petersburg- .has-', rnlsed the .Itusslan* legation  at Tokyo' to^nn,embassy. "��� r'l*f ~y"  A Chicago child before a police<'mag^  latratej'sald thnt she'had never, h'oanl1,  oC.Uie'Btblc,'Jtiut' wo got-a'nJnlraannc,"  she added "eagerly. .' '���; ,���->",- ���. y'"  The Quebec legislature has rerhsed  to1 allow the city of'.Threo Itlvers,,to  take land'belonging to one of ^ tbe coin-,  oterles. jin act' that will prevent ��� the  removal (of the bones of SL 'Didace.  now lying under the" Rpiseopal church  , All persons' who.have .crossed from  America to 'Europe,- nrc fauillla'r jWllh  "the 'Fastuct rock,-r'tbe,-drat spot, of  Erin.,that they*, see, on* the eastward  voyage.' Thereon has,.been^ere'eted a'  new - lighthouse,'.: which. has,,cost< the  ' record sum of $V03/iOO.'y >'* t *- -'  ,   "  The chief' cri'mInal'ycourt, iu'jVlenniii;  tsat until 4 a. m,.recently}.ln,order to  finish ?n ease. _ puc-Juryman askedfthev  Judgoj-fOr ti, certificate = that'���UiC,,/rIaij  ^had lasted-7until' that 'hour.',;-' pother-'  * -wise," < he sa"d; ymy., wife ^wlll' never  believe ,me.".    The judge-granted  tho  'cerUflcfcle.'-^, *^t��  .yw-^ -<,;?-,...    *  Industrial,,Items.  ' There aro 300 "paint factories ln.thls  country making over 'l00.000.000 gal  Ions'1 of pa lot, per year,-nnd the bus!  ness demand ii Increasing faster than  the facilities.     , y,      y  Australian mining,men'rejolco ln the  possession of n new,, diamond drill  weighing' only <100 pounds,' while the  ���weight of tho machine now, ln use Is  three or four tons.  ��� English trades unions'will not allow  a .workman" to carry -a   load* of- mort*  tbnn  fourteen pounds. ,lf his tools or  the material weighs more than that, bo  must have n helper.  *  Large   quantities   of  machinery   arc  being  ordered   by   Japan   from   Great  Britain.   Among the latest orders Is an  immense1 heating plant for a group of"  manufactories  nnd   n. complete  outfit*  for a new*sugar making industry.  ���i(, '   i   /T WOMAN- OF' QUICK  WIT."  Susan    B,  Anthony Never Lacked a  ' Ready Reply. * ��� ,  Few lives so lend themselves to dramatic uarrnlion as Susan B. Anthony's,  says ,'the Delineator. It ranged from  tragedy to comrjdy, -with scattered bits  of melodrama, she ever In the center of  "Do   you'thiiili  will shrink wn, n  -**'If it d<i<& I'll  "'ftail mo oh!,-'  "Sure, If thai .-.nit, ��  you'll   b,-" aii.-U'j  fl.tn   1,|'  ���I'"   It  Htf?"  'Ct�� (HIT  ���nia  Aa Always Re lriy' PnT-T-, J  -of rciwiy- lifibii, n i.),. i���. , ,.^|  coucoru,1' hut \y .,,,,- "u���'y'"|  uion-mu not t,i i yhti.Jy*  worry* and t'lfros-,nf iivu,1. ;  it,' and out <.{ Pi. .i'.'���.���.���].,",...  ooineK^ dy��|)0p.-in, ni'la',-;',,��  and kidiuwy' t-rniibti". ���. �� '^j  TliP niti-tlriWit ��j ',.,��� ,, 1,,,,,^'J  rectiVcrddd tho-.--,,,- n- ii- b-.'A  iiiinn-'Slee's   Vf^cb.hi.   hj]/  Hl'e,  Himjillc   lit' thei   .rti-j,,"'^,  can.be tnk^n Jiy ih,. '\u���n fcj  ctfrtSUtiited, '���  ."Kiricl'cr-r-Where   is   the 1\'f  Zone ? , '      .    " ' -  J3oclcer��� Betrivn    \)A  p_  Zop^' a��d <thi* Mo'iti' him* Z-m���  V * ���'' ** '��� ���, i���'��� ; '  \ ,.T?ul it to the U*n an I IJ -,,-sf  pot.prove to ,you thai JurianJ  vor,'quality and lch-iLilnj'""'  is supreme.  ',* ."l-ieee a man miehd-. tos"i|  tlcsriake b*te hT>'i .i"-i d-;^!  ptayor.^r'a euro.* J cnil iLsiM  " VI call it-cruelly in siaVO-ig  somebody's'-.goinE- to wray !j|  s'tmke*' after ."it's  bilk*a -v>���i|  >'3> thht.'A  -   < j'   -���  . , __v_  'A'- 'OAK .LAKE  MAN CURED.!  ^Oak-r.fike.-J- S. Wi!!i=:il- bl  ' turned, fromr Winn i i+z,��lv:rf s>|  ^rnd.or, the4gtirpical ���������i'' "'?���''��  "Burnham. Altfi ha.*, eom-jld-lta  ered.'/yy'^^f 0      ,     - -  i r-      ���" *, J,  j; *.    <      j  ���'- Of, course-law> anil i'iK-w<i  to keep the ollW M'"'."* 'neJ  '.Minard's    Liniment.   Lumfcrnj  Friend.-  ,' -,,'   i ,    ,  . -   '    ! ^f-,-, ;��� i  /^���.'Ty-FjOR' 'realism./  *-'*���'���- ir *    *  Robert-Louis. Stevenson's Inj-  \ y,. ���' -j'a Sm'all*Nephew at PlJf.-^  ,-' A 'story,, about Ito!/��*rt"Ix'-'-s -f-f  soli not;* 5-ineraily^ Vfnow n, acts'  thofNe^:;,York' Sun, K i*J ll|  Stevenson's; gi-sindson. AuSiia S��_  \ .wijen',M1rJ;Strpnp'Wni a iW-j  Mr.^StcvonRon "liked t",*->l* t"��1.  'ln,'bed.-tov,vfntch^hhn at [&!**  nest-'-rootni-1 And -ot'i,E1 "-^  that thc"hlgkcr"lioyi of ij��- '"I  make   sugRCstlo'ns; for  tl.c e-*-|  ii'cvo'games rind Insist "thnt (lejij  -rled out,too.  One day Austin had ir-nrpiB  chairs   in   a- row.* plnyii!-: nil  were Ships."nnd  he,  standi;;'  frontr'-wtis  the' captain.    I'*-1",  time   ho ^proudly   walked  tl't-j  his   vessel,   encouutcred   W"'  weathered nil kinds of stors..*  felt' the   floor  positively   hex  hls'foet ,'   '  .Mr, Stevenson looked en in  silence, but ��� complete nli-nrr*:.  doubt ��� pUfS;lng the Jwholc tins;  the harder of the two. I'iia'lt  got tired of his vessel, chmlwl  chair and began, \valkhi!  room to' some 'object wbict i  tracted his Interest.  This   was   too   inuch   f"r !c  Still dcep'lnthc game, Mr ?'  rose  in   his  sickbed  aiul f-V"  cltcdly at the recalcitrniit s-  "Swim, ������ you, swim!"  A ^ WARM 'RECEPTION  It Gave lhe   Hungry  Preeshw'j  potito For Dinner.  Before accepting an Imlt-1^  as well "to' be sure it Is ?W'  the stage.    "With  hor everything  was    fnlth.   After aii nflennwi cfr'''Ji  A Bit of Tact.  "Do you say.yoii p.nd a compliment  to that-hideous'and spiteful bnronos.-*?  I diiln't think you could he lio.'.fnshi-  .cere."   . '  "I moroly told iier'l.hnt hor face was  as'.beautiful as ber heart.*",   " ,-' '  ilways intensely rei\iislic���-not acting.  Mls.1 Anthony had'a peculiar faculty  of condensing a whole speech into a  single sentence. For Instance, whom  she hoard men lamenting that the profession of teacher was not respected n*i  much as tho oilier professions, "Do you  noi .see thnt so long as society says  woman has not brains enough to be a  doctor, lawyer or minister, but has  plenty lo lie a teacher, every man of  you v. ho condescends to teach tacitly  admits before all Israel and tlio sun  that ho has no more brains than a woman?" And when Horace Greeley said  lo her at Albany, "Vou know the ballot and bullet go together���if you vote,  are jou rmidy to tight?" Instantly she  retoriod. "Yes, Mr. Greeley, Just as you  fought In the late war���nt the point of  a goo'so rpilll!"    Again, when she was  tallving on divorce and the Itev. A. D. I about him am'., aft.'i  Mayo, drinking to annihilate her, said,  "Vou are not married; you have no  business to ho discussing marriage,".  "Well. Mr. Mayo,*' she answered, "you  are not a slave; suppose you quit lecturing ou slavery!"  nririy j-ears ngo in a <*i"-tain'---^  Soot land the preacher .1 ^'-'^  had officiated, Jiccomp'-"1*-'*- *:'  fillers of tho congrocitioJ l^j  wns Introduced to In- *���������(���' ^  man having asked the <lir"  May to dinner, tho lat'-'i. ���*"  pn>si!lng. conseulod  Tho good lady hun ��"1 ^y  for the unexpected -A i-"^- '"_  ns She  thought, hor I.n-l'i'J /]  as  w-ns  the custom  m H'"*-"  tho family_Klnk. she schd !-  P.lble,  rip prone-hod -''���������ii|111 ��� ,  hind rni'I brought d'��v���� 'h��']\  tonio upon his hnl'l J''''1' ,,s',,'j  "Ta'c- je that for l"1'1'  P'*oacboi*s hero lo diMiirr  thoy come to the pa.'M'-"  As "pooh "as" the :.��� iiil!c  got tho suds out of nl- rn  ,'U  (Cff  (hull. '-'  lor  out,  concludo'l  l1"' '   Jk  had  made, a .slight  niN' \ JM  ������.'������   ., ���*���-._���. ,���/iii*.i"iir iHs  (tamo to the saan  "returning io tho l"'1"'  There nro people who only seem to  take pride In t.elhng (ho truth when  thoy know It ls going to hurt some-  body's reelings.���New Orleans Tiroes*.  Deinorrjf- r  ; V.'hy She Couldn't.  "Oh. I couldn't love liim."  ���"Wliy not?"  "Ho wears a wig    The very idea��"  ���Then the dear creature removed two  rats,  some  puffs,  n ��� coronet,   braid   a  pompadour, a switch and sat down'io  peruse a novel.  695.  V*i-  Like a Dog.  "Tour husband. Lsnys he works like a  dog." said one woman.  "Ves;   It's, very   similar,"   answered  he other. ���'TTo oon,��� in will,  mmhiy  I foot, makes h.msolf comfortahle hy thi  flro and waits tuliu f,.(i."  You.'Won't   mimi  W.arm������;Weather  .**,��    you    cat Shredded Wheat.    ..It does not clof il��' *>'"'"  or   lax.   the   digestive ��� machinery.'' i*",very pnrli<'I<:'"' ������'' (  (led   Wheat    id   easily and   quickly   digested 'by  '"c  "'"  licatc iiloiriach..  fresh fruits for a week and note ���fM;" TIIJE    LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH    COLUMBIA.
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wos-.cf  u „.,„.;
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trmibti «  „. a l*
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iyu.li,   hiis.
It' fbiM   . .tr j,,. ^j
1   hy   lh„ 'n,,,.'. *■,■,
/here   i<*    Hi*-  j-j
Jetrcfii    i)v  !«,,
n^XIO'imhuiL* Z-M
"— ...-.- —_«_„ i    ' '
he U*n an I U-ia-j
.you thai f„r lapij
and lcl'-ibiliij'
te   hT''i   ,i"-i >;^1
euro.* J cnil tLsiy
Tiielly in sinVO'
pomp  to wray  !j[
it's   biltoi -jv.jj
-J. is. \\ iHic-a.. bl
Wiiiii £ j;**-j: ,»!»■:» S>|
irpical im'. !•' I*1'!
Xe ha.*, cisi'im;-*:
ai\h anil I'd.- 'rt*'^
olhnr tii'",i- wish
Linimept,   lumlnl
.Stevenson's Inj'.-a
l|.,Ncphcw at Play."|
out i;o!/»rt'U'Ai?-j
mlly-i Known, asa&
iV Sun, !-*, ioM lj|
rrehidson. AuS!:aS3
Stronp'wni a SW.J
n "liked t.'Mv-n
atcu^hhii m 'fi'Aj}
- And -oiien  u-1^
;cr' lioy of ij»' 'H
stlo-ns; 'for  the ci|
nd Insist "thnt (tejij
us'tln had n Tartf!
row.* plnyii!-: ii*i
nnd he, stan^"?'
lie; captain. I'*-1"!
idly walked «*»«■ «j
encountered 1**"
I kinds of stors...t;
r  positively   bcii|
'      r
son  looked en in
complete   ah-nrp:.
g  the Jwholc tins:
' the two.   l'ii a''*
lis vessel, chmiw
I'KJin   walkliis
ie ' object  v\ iiicl. 1
too   inuch   f"r bis
the game, Mr S*'
sickbed  aiul f.V-
rccalcitrniit i.*
- you, swim!"
pees, 401 City Hall Ave.,
8J5©«, is an old gentleman
The Time When a  Dandy Washed Hii j Te"s    H!s    Congregation    There    is   a
,(Ser given below. °
Face Nearly Every Day.
It will come as a shock to some readers to, learn that one of the most seri-
Sntance, having served) j ous occupations of a fifteenth century
Tsinlho General Post- j wire was to protect her husband from
real,  a record   -which '  fleas!
Concerning his ubo of     , Taking Into consideration, however,
the  horror with   which  the people of
those  days* regarded  cold   water and
Clean   clothes,  it  Is  not  surprising  to
learn that tho question of exterminating those Insects roadellfe a burden.
Cleanliness was not only looked upon
as a* dangerous custom, but a positive
Bin. , The soul alone was regarded as
of any importance, so that the-neglect
of the body became so much a virtue
that, a bath, was only allowed In case.-.
of illness. , At any rate, water bad no
place - in the rtoilet of the grand too*
uarque. His valet after'pouring a fl.iblt
containing' spirits of wine "over the
hands of his majesty passed a. comb
through his hair, thus completing bis
■".toilet for'the day.     ,,       '<
In'the soveiheehth century, however,
cleanliness was curried ,to such nn'excess that an English dandy was expected 'to wash his face "nearly every
day."  So rapidly did the custom spread
Cure   for   Drunkenness.
It is generally admitted among medical man, that drunkenness is a dis-
eohe. Some modify thiq by saying
that it.is a sign.ol weak- -Aill power.
Now, woaknebs is dangerously near
disrjasp. As the taste for liquor is a
disease it is only necessary to find
the pioper cure to be rid" of the
A well known Methodist Divine,
interested in the cause of ,iempeianco,
made it his business to find out if
any cure for drinking has been discovered. _ This ib air extract from one
of' his  sermons   on  Temperance.
*'I find that the use of Samaria
.Remedy for the cure of Drunkenness
is steadily increasing. .Wives—who
wish to win back their husbands—
and mothers—who long , to redeem
their ,<-pns—are. giving Samaria Eem-
edy to-the wayward ones, m lea and
coffee.'" Those, vvho'have relatives or
friends who feel that they need help
to shake off the hold of the demon
rum, buy Sarnaiia Remedy. In the
alcoholic wards of the leading hospitals, Samaria Remedy is ordered
for those who, express an earnest, dfe-
sire to stop drinking. It'delights me
to^sny that Samaria'Remedy is doing
'a grand, |oqd work and has my
hearty'bloj-siiigs for'saving so many
iR. J. ARLES3.,,, ,
|en" afflictertvwiih   nasal
„a,clegree that il" affect-
lnB*     *       , * -   ' '
'^contracted. gome, 'twenty
3y , being   'exposed ' to1
puddeii. changes, of. tein-
ibeen' ivriiler-Uie treatment
||iincl have "used'"many,
icnjied as specifies for'-ca-'
ilaSffhVacl   and' „ throat1—all
"Tgl-.',' ,    '    -.     «■   .'     ■*■      '    .Y*
"rere  in.,  office «,to   try
<-,  ;.,,-    <-■"•' i.
jo .hesitation, as I Jiad
fche;results,i,after so'many
ive' J'i'runa, a' .trial, \"an(5,
j, staten;that .after using
lbofUe"s£of;'Peruna -I -am
syed ttin.'hearing,', and iii
broughithe nostrils."
W "   i-'i- * '.        *
literaryyFarpe..       A y \
Bt at «a( dinner'" was falk-
pnn  Dean Ilpwells about
'-n]l,"'waaid kr.:.HowellH,;
|ile Biiiile,',"literary fame
jy. highly regarded by .lhe
1 ,reftiembetr whem I
.teino eosne years ago see-
Inch newspaper a • notice
jion thi-j questioh, ' l A
|ilotice,inserted£1 by a. ra(-
|jft Lyons, and at said:",
ill It, May Concern—M.
t-Lyons,--inventor'of -th*"
Jl'trrlp, begs ,to "slateythat
''same persbrt^and^.that
ig iircommo'n „wiUf^one
v.-\vri ter".'"-r-Washingtc>n
Use- frelfuln6s_s,  and^rob
t, el cop,  Ui'u'.gi'cat iiojiir-'
(Davos'   WoriTj^ Kxter-
f-;,clear  the  storniich   and
tjcl   restore   healllifulness.
that lt was necessary to issue.a solemn
warning that the practice or using wo"- I trom   lifelojig( didnijmtion   and  degra-
^;r ror this'purpose "Injures tbe eye- j'datioii."     - ,'      "   '      "■ '
sight, engendvrs toothache und catarrh, y  ^UKK S.VMFLE and pamphlet giv:
renders the complexion  colorless  and
makes the 'skin 'i.uscoptll)le. (o cold In
the winter and ben't hi the symuner.'! ,■
t ^Wnshlng scorns  to  bine boon  more
popular' In' the..eighteenth century iu
France than in'^Knglarid, this In spile
of (he fact Unit water was forbidden
Jn the former country. ''  "•'
A lost art, according" to M. Franklin
iji.'La pvllitc du XIII. a« XlXySIe-
cle." is that, of blowing one's nose. To'-'
"day''It Is a more „or ,less perfunctory
necessity,' but tln the>seventeenth cen-
.tury^ It was. an, nccompllshment. i One
person lmhated the blast of a'trumpet,
another,the "shearing of "a'feat.; Possibly snuff taking, "which jvas'^the^fash-
lonabI(.vhnl5lt'bfythat.,day,' bad some-
ing full particulars, testimonials ancl
price lire sent'in plain sealed envelope. Correspondence sacredly confi-
(lential. Adclregs THE SAMARIA
11EMEDV, CO., 25 Jordan Chambers,
'Jordan St.,  Toronto,  Out. r
■•."•       -——;-	
Mrs. Gnnpon—-Count, 'do .you" con-
ijider.' American girls, good enough, to
mairy  foreign, noblemen? '
The' 'Count—Ah, madam', zo beggar
can not be zc Chooser.—Sunday Maga-
?'',le' „    '■ ' h.      '     .'  . ■■ ,'       '
.' 'A 'Boon ""for-the" Bilious'.—The liver
is1 a ,yery, .sePsitive, orgrin and easily
deranged. W^hen this occurs there js
undue'-'seci.etion.of "bile and the acid
liquid " flows   into' -the   stomach ■. and
lonao.e.rinou o , ina^ a ay,  uaa some- Bq<)-      jt.. u u ^^l distressing ml
thing to do with Its accomplishments; „ent   and1 many are prone to' it;-In
perfection.in which consisted in mak- ....     . -	
lngt'-nellher' too   much'nor  too  little
noise.1:,.   '   y     - .     .    ...    y.     -r    /
»', Another noteworthy, faction the'etI-7
quelle of thosc,''da.ys Is'that nobody
ever knocked at" tho door.' . The'correet >
thing-was Ho scratch'softlylrwlth the
,nal) of the finger,-which' the dandies
of the'dayykept exytremely long.*   Ell-
.quctte 'was'lso right, in fact,'that'it Is
said that(/thc'''QucIiesse de Montpensier
,s'pent n quarter,' of 'her life in mental
torture "as  to   whether different  individuals admitted to her presence'were,
entitled to sit on chairs with backs or
only on stools.      v, ■*■      "i
jursting 'into    ciossroads
'do you think. Silas New-
bones  of  a pre-Tiistbric
Been discovered  on  Hank
(ill's  farm!    '
•-—Qrent Gosh!' I hope
Il he able, to clear him-
jTcoronei's incptebt.—-thick.
Hungry Prcesiier'l
tito For Dinner,
ipting an lir.i!."'*
2 sure It !-> ?''cr':|
an aftertioo'i ^"''i
igo in s*. oc-tni"' -j
preacher .1 f'!,'""'r'
I, jiccomp.iiiiii! i:
« congrocitioJ '_
od to In- ulf'' I
asked the d*r"i
r, tho lat'r'i. 1,"ri
idy hun ii'l <'"
peeled ■-■ i.'-'t
lit, hor !,ii-l'
;u«*tom   in I1'"*1"
nk. she M'l'C"!;!
lC.|„.(l   v'r.iltli.'
right il'>\»« '^"\
s Iml'l l'i1" i'5''
hat   fur   'iri.1- '"'
ro    lo   llllHU'."
the in.'i*-''"
the :.-u>ll^
out of m- ' H'
(1. llftl'l till"1*
■ludcl  lli.it I'
.sllglit infsli c
IIIIU0  rilliolll'-l"1      Sip
iho piirlor..-l» '; lg
M.tl.v ■•wiillli'-1' U.%
_[)„„•!<,' AJ"" Je
'   :_.--'^l
firs" of  this   paper  will   be
Jbarn that there,is at least
disease that science has
to  cure 'in  all   its  stage's,
Catarrh.    Hall's Catarrh
* only  positive   cure  now
jlthe     medical     fiatemity.
3ng a constitutional disease,
^.constitutional   treatment.
jpfcyrh   Cure 'is   taken   inter-
l^tirig^directly  upon the blood
pe&u8«isurfaces  of  the" system,
jWdl^t'fpying the foundation  of
iiseaSe^l'and   giving  the  patient
pH^by^building   up    the    con-
l&stSinp*assisting nature in doing
.""-IreP10   proprietors   have   so
.Sbph its curative powers that
'^phc, Ilundrfed Dollars    for
__Jmt it fails 'to cure."   Send
gp-J.  CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, O.
Jfuggists,  75c.
JjUs   Family  Pills  for  con-
ffenurious grocer was tell-
Jioy how caieful he must
.led   on   a  bug  of  sugar.
|r$|ciuight   it   and   threw   it
J|boy   then   said:
j^anl'me to be careful, you
i||he  a bad  example."
H^kcd  the grocer.
11%said the hoy, "you havo
%Hy niMiv without brush-
gffir off  its  feet."—Chicago
.' .   A" Tart Answer.'
' Av young and newly married couple
.were entertaining their-friends," and
among the guests was one whose continued " rudeness "made"-, him 'extremely
"objoclloiiablc * to the ,rest of 'the ^com-^
puny. „,nfs conduct, although most un-'
''bearable; was/put up 'with for'"some
'tlnio'untihat supper he held, up on'.'hls
fork a;piece of ,'meat-t,whicii had been
served to/hinE and in'a vrfln of intended*-lnnnor" he * looked" round-and re-'
marketl:*! 1 ^ r**.,^ " . ,,, '".-'",.>,    ..." l"t.'
-.."Is this pig?"',    --<   I   --,,>-.*   ^ - . :
*   This Immedhitely. drew, forth the remark from  a  quiet looking individual
sitting at.the other end of tho table:
, B"\\"hlcli end oMhe fork do you refer
to?"- London Graphic.
this condition 'a man finds the , best
remedy irf -Paimelee's Vegetable Pills,
which 'are, warranted to speedily correct the disorder.-1 Ther$» is -no better,
^medicine, in 'the entire,tlist of pill
preparations! " '
■ , Knicker—Did Tones get excuses confused? >' », t .' ," ,'
llocker—Yes; told-his boss that he'
had Jjeen detained at the office and his
wi'fe"'that' he had been up "with the
baby.—NewjToik Sun.          '     ,„
ohnny,  what is  a hypo-
feboy wot comes to fcho.d
!& on his 'face.—Si- Louis
«Mr Vigor
Al^Ksir Vigor wf e°^d'
ia^PJ^ststhat was made.    But
'&mt$air v-s°r> new ,m_
PMKfiSlformuIa, is better. It
JMneione great specific for fall-
I^BHJfair-r-rA new preparation in
^®r«ypay. New bottle. New
cpments.*rsA.sk your druggist to
,sho\»iftoyou, "the new kind."
.«,('JW?*!.-*'»T>ta, if.!        ' ,
<es not eftangc ihe color of the hair
,',   The Deacon and the Prayer.
,"I didu't like your prayer very much
thl3 morning," said a'fault hading deacon to his 'ulnistor. ' >
"What was wrong with It?"
"Well,   Iti tlie first place  it was too
'long, and then I 'tnotight it contained
two or three expressions that were uh-
"1 am very sorry it meets with your'
disapproval, deacon," the j?ood man responded, "but you must bear In mlml
that the prayer was not addressed to
you." ,
', Fairies.
The masses of'O.-ecks and ttornam
and the rank and -die of' people
throughout tho middle ages thoroughly5
believed, ln falrli'S. gimmes, etc. The.
child has no doubt about the existence
of Santa Clans, .lack Frost1 and a lot
of other strange personages, .and when
tbe mind of the race was In It!* childhood state, men were prepared to be as
foolish in, their rbcljefs as the little
children   aro  In  all   ages.
it The, Big Law-suit that ha? involved
hundreds in costly litigation might
iiaye been avoided. We haVc just received a copy - of Long's '"Legal Com-"
pehdiuni' and'it is. evident therefrom
that* every man can become* his own
lawyer-" on • every, day   questions. ,*•
'This volume, though small,rtcovers,
in 'addition to scores .of 'points ' on,
geiiera,l "and* commercial „ law, some'
sixty subjects thut are of-,vital concern -to farmer?,' merchants >and .citizens'generally. ,',,., \'-'
. lt deals with land laws, ..homestead
Jaws, game laws, piescription rights^.
'farmersVlaws, etc.,'and'is a,valuable
book in ranybody's aands.* '!'"Price - is
only 'One dollar..^ The'publisher, is Ja
■Robert Long, J. 'P.,, Caron,. iSask.
.Bird Structure., „ -" r, ,
Bjrds belong to the vertebrates, or,1
backboned animals.' They are distinguished" from the' rest of the verte-
.brates by ,tbe graceful outliues of their,
bodies, by their'clothing of feathers,
toothless jaws and tho fore limbs, or
wings, beiug adapted to (lying. Nature
has made many wonderful provisions
ln the bird, especially in tho formation
and arrangement of the bones. These
are compact and In many cases hollow,
thus combining lightness with strength-
Tlie'first hone of the backbone Is so
freely jointed' to tbe skull that birds
oaii turn their heads around aud Jooa
Didn't Bother Him.
Railway Director— We ha\e .divided
up the work so that each of the.,directors lias a fair share to do. ECig-
glns is secretary. I am treasurer, and
Spriggs !<•��� "Griggs—Why. Springs Is,
so deaf thnt bo can't hoar thunder.
What does he do? Kail way director—
Ob, he listens to all the complaints!—
London Mail.
A Triumph of Science.
"1   have   boon   taking  somo   moving
pictures of life on jour farm.'.*
"Did  you .ketch   the   hired   man   in
"1 think so." »■
" "Ah, science kin do anything these
A Popular Act.
Mr. Grumpus—riere. dear, is $10, and
ft has bothered mo a little to got lt for
you.. I think I deserve a little applause.-
Mrs.. G.—Applause? You deserve, au
encore, my dear.—Pathfinder.
A, Cult.      y
"Pa, what's a cult?"   ,
"A   craze   In   Us   infancy.
: The best evidence of merit is the cor-
rllnl recognition of It whenever and
wherever It mav he .found.'— Bovce.
Artificial   T^eth.
It is certain that the ancients had a
knowledge of dentistry, but it, Is difficult to determine when or by whom
■ the use of artificial teeth was Introduced. Herodotus says that the Egyptians had "dentists for the teeth." In
the British museum there are various
dental Instruments which had beeu
found In the ruins of Pompeii, and
Galen ln the,second century describes
the method of extracting tooth by
means of forceps, llelzonl says that
artificial teeth were in use in antiquity,
since he found some specimens in the
Modern dentistry admits that the
first to teach how to make artificial
teeth was the Arabian Albucasis. and
In his work "AI Tarif" are drawings
of instruments u^od for this purpose.
The earliest known allusion to artificial  teeth is byvMar-(iaIis in  tho  first
Vou use  without a blush  false teeth and
Cut, Laclla, jour squint ls past repair.
Bridge Spans.
-   .JK&no;«*-'inake our new Hair Vigor n
^  Adq[Sj^^t*ti«ve'the slightest efTect upor
* (-v4wSSS»W*"offthe hair.    You may use i
■Aliwi«^jPnSI)«for^ny length of time with
^ '.j^fiu&Y&angfng the  color.    Stop'
fl^M^fflBACures dandruff.
KjMWiisP«»» t, 0. Ayot Co.. Lowell. Mom,—-
In-the Forth'■lirf-.jjp there is « horizontal pull of, lO.Ot.o inns on the chief
spans and a weigl t of 100,000 tons on
their bases.        -',■•.
Engineers say that the Brooklyn
bridge has Improvod with ago 'and
that It is now str0I1ger than it win
when It was built.
A bridge recently built for the Cape
to Cairo railway- ovor the Knfu'e river
is the '.oiigest brit*ge hi Africa. It,
measures 1,400 feet
Sick  headach.es.
Xoivous  indigestion.
Neuralgic and t.eintic pains.
Weakness  of bodily  oigan^.
Nervousness   and   iriitnbilily.
Tendency   to   won.y  and   anxiety.
Sensitiveness  to  light  and  sound.''
Discoiiragcment, despondency, and
dread  of  the, future.    . ,     ■
Thpse toll of: exhausted nerves and
point to' the- approach of prostration,
'paralysis or locomotor ataxia. It is so
easy,."to .neglect diseases of the nerves
but thoy never right themselves,' The
system■..must be strengthened, built
up and revitalized bv such treatment
as Dr. Ax W. Chase's Nerve Food,
the greatest of nerve 'restoratives.
50.cents"at all dealers, or Edmanson,
Bates & Co., Toronto. Ask your
druggist for Dr. Chase's 1903 Almanac,      y    '   '.   "
Mrs. G7 AV. Powers, 50 Terrace
Hill,   P.rantford,   Ont.,   states:—
"When 1 b'icau the use of Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food I was suffering
■almost ■ .constantly' from .nervous
headache and could ! hardly'- get a
night's rest. I' frequently felt tired
and: languid and my nerves were
very unsteady. By the time that I
had Used three boxes of this medicine the headaches wore entirely
gone., I could sloop without any difficulty, my nervous system was
strengthened nnd I felt ono hundred
per cent, better."    ,
Experience   While   Hunting
In  the Transvaal.
It might have been a bird hopping
from twig to twig, possibly'a squirrel;
'but certainly something mover:! ih the'
hush.   Tense stillness again for more
Mian a minute, and then undoubtedly,
just where the thorn-trees, arrd undergrowth thin out into a  vista of bare
twigs  and   long    dry sjioargrtiss,    appears a  tawi'iy -patch   which  was  not
there before.   A  warning glancfe back
at the' boy.  who squats, two 'or three
yards   behind   with   the  heoond   riile,
and we slip down the safety catch of
our weapon ju»t  as,  in absolute  sil-
imce, ,'yfull-grown liori''S*i walk's quietly (?ut into the open, home 7p paces
away.  "She'must havo boon standing
listening for some time before venturing out;  but we are across the wind
from hor, anil were careful tp keep absolutely still behind pur cover, so that
no doub,t sho concluded that tlio coast
was clear;   Twenty yards will take her
into another clump of, bush, and then
good-bye*,'so there  is "no time to  be
lost.    Perhaps thi<- causes some undue
haste in taking aim; but anyhow, as
the    report    rings    out,    the    lioness
pitches forward on hor head, half recovers licrself, and crashes into sbme
thorn-trees,   where,she   remains  still.
For a few seconds we Btayr,uh«*re wo
aro,  covering hor;  but a-> no further
movement  takes   place,, walk   plowly
up. to find the ainmol wedged into the
fork of twin fcaplinrs. her head stink
between' lp'r^cxlond'ed fore-paws—the
former,   as   well   as  the.buck  of  the,
nook, covered   with  blood.    Allowing,
says a' writer in Blackwood's, t\ little
too much, in the hurry of Iho moment,
the bullet must, as she walked along
yvillr  lowered    head,    have   got   her
through  the noclf instead pf through
the"shoulder, but it is all the same—
pr so we complncently think.
„   Theclook-ont boy now arrives on the
.scenej to say'; that another lion came
out,on his'side, of ttfc hush, but, see-'
ing" him.   growled"* and    went    back
again.' ''Was it a male or a female'"
He doesn't know—was too excited to'
notice; he thinks a "male,- because-it'
,was very big.. We now bend over .to
see .where the; bullet actually struck,
and "hav?> ..scarcely  b»co'me conscious
of the. fact that the blood is still oozing1 from the wortmd. when .the "dead"
Ijoness   quivers   and. gives  a   wriggle'
preparatory_lo trying to eet up!   ft is
'perhaps lucky she is well jammed between  the saplings.    The rifle' is, of
,copr&e,'-still  in *our hands,  and'it is
the work of a fraction of'a s-econd to
,pla"ce,   a   -bullet    at   close   quarters'
through her head, upon which'.she finally  collapses.    A  hurried   ihvpstiga-
- ion now reveals the fa'ct tfrat lhe*first
ballot - passed throne-h-, the fleshy part
of, the  neck   tori'.high 'up,   and   only,
grazed the skull without fracturing it'
■r-a case"of mere temporary stunning.
Anyway there is ho doubt about,her,
.being dead  now, spr-it is time to try.
and   settle   accounts twilh   her , com-
tpanion, who must s,till be within the
thicket. ' A prcgrarn is rapidly agreed-
upon,  and.one of  the  boys races off
and ;sopn   returns'1 leading  the   dogs",
which.'accompanied by ^he two trackers, are to' enter'the  bush  from  the
windward sideband beat it down, the
while we 'ourselves take up a position
somewhere-dow-n wind.   Thejirobabil-
ities' are  that.,the .lion  will,,not'-face
•-the noise  and   seent-*of _the  boaters,
but will^ break, brick-, some where to,lee-;
nvaTd^arid afford'the''chance of a shot.
Accordingly   wepretire   to, where   the
L'pony 'stands",1 'order ""i^ba'ck ^another'
30,0 yards' for ^safety's sake,' arid'pro-'
cecxf to  take * up,- a .tactical   position,?
paTtiallv sheltered, from'"view by the
stem of a  ma'ri'Ia  tree gTowing.some
40 vards from the southwpsterp angle
of the bush, and commanding the long
side up to the point whore the lioness
was secured,  and  the short  southern
end -up to tho base of the hill, a-dis-
tanco of something over 100 yards.    A
srood view is obtained of two full sides,
the beaters nnd do?s fill  up a third,
leavini the only onem side that next
tho hili. and even if the animal should
attcmnt to escape bv scling the'lat-.
tor.  there  will    most   likely   be  the
chance of a shot at under 300 yards
Tho next few minutes are rather ex
citing;  nearer ard  nearer approaches
tho drive: the tanning of spear-hafts
on trees, the running fire of remarks
kept up by the beaters to encournco
one another: soon ovm the noise made
by the do<"* in bnishing through  the
undergrowth can be hoard; but not a
sicn  so   far   of   anvthing   else.      Tlie
swaying  of   tho   bushes   as  the *boy<-
nusli   thorn   aside   on   be   s<*cn   now
close at hand, and "No good, he has
slipped awav somehow,"  is the dominant   thought   in   the   mind,   then—
"Whv,'there are tho docs already, and
what" in' the worM  is the- pony doiria
there0"   as.,i   chestnut   outline   with
three or four small obiocts around it
clistinctlv looms un with in the bush.
The idea has not had time to take
proper  shape,   when   we   realize   that
we are face to fnc* with a Iuipo*. gaunt
lioness, who stands just on the odce
of  tho   covert',   dircctlv   in  onr   front,
perfoctlv motionless, oxc-nt the head,
which  is well  nn and  mo vine slowly
from <=ide' (<"* side as sho. glances 'suspicion si v  about;  round  hor  foot  run
several small cubs, rather 1-ircror than
teiriers.    Tt   is eminently a  moment
for   action;    an    ancry   'lioness   with
voung cubs is n<M tho sort of animal
that ono can trifle with with  impunity, and there is a sinister look i-ihnnt
tin's  particular  ono   which   distinotlv
snv«s "Look   out '"    The  verv  fee!inc
that a   good   deal   mav  depend   upon
tho success of the first shot servos to
•"luell   excitement   and   to   -sWdv   tho
fore-sight on   tho  mark,  and  even  to
bring ""to   mind   tbo   tcnrloncv   of   tho
rifle to throw hirh  at thnt short distance.    For tho lost, (he chance is a
magnificent ono    she has not yet nn-
tiei-d us. and just as the glarei of her
-wes seems  to  focus  in   our direction
•he' 3.">0 --po-il-s, its voice is followed
hv a succession nf tremendous arunt*
and' ro.n'r's, as tho stricken.■b'-nst spins
,'ound three or four times, falls, rises
irnin.   p"d   then   drops   on   lifer   right
•idO'. still roaring.   As she falls, a se-
■-o-'H  shot,  catches her,   and  she, lies
still..       ■•■•'.'. ■'...    ''.-.'■        7 ''" ..■■■'
AI! Women Need the Rich, Red
Blood Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
Actually Make.
From girlhood to middle life the
health and happiness,or every woman
depends on her blood. If ber blood
i«'poor and watery she becomes weak,
languid, pale and nervous. If her
blood .supply is irregular she suffers
from headaches and backaches
and other • unspeakable distress
which only -women know. At
every, stage of a woman's life Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills are h'er iest
friendj because , they actualjyr make
the lich, red blood which gives health
and stienglh <ar*.d tone to every organ of' the body: They help a woman just when nature-makes the'
greatest demand upon her blood supply. Mrs. H. Gagnon, who for twenty ycars has been one of the best
known residents of St. Roclies, Que ,
says:—"Dr. ,Williams' Pink 'Pills
have been a blessing to me'. I was
,weak, worn out and scarcely able to
drag myself about. I suffered from
headaches and dizziness,*my-, appetite
was poor .and to attempt_housework
left me utterly worpeput
_  ,  —,.u    I slept bad
lv at night and what sleep I got did executions,    and     we
not   refresh'me.      For    near]v  three w'"PPedby    tender'
vears   I   was   in   this   condition' and £r*fIR the example th.,   ......
.was constantly taking medicine, but -"■'', ;1,ln .flnd ••■pw.i.vrrian, fashion-
found no'benefit from it. One of my '£„,..,".™fy_,, ._f-*n«ng ■jightioer
neighbors  ""who  had
Famous London Pleasure Ground
Once Resort of Highwaymen.
For nfiiily three hundred years
Hyde Park li-i-, boon out* of the abid-
iiig^eiitie-. of ixitorC"-t during the hori
don isoas-ou. Cb.irle-, I threi.y open to
the public the ancient manor, v,rpch
Henry VIII. had acquired for his own
enjoyment, and every day ever since
tunc and humanity havo bte» making
rt historic. Hvery nook, evoiv inch of
grass, .is rich with romance and half- I
forgotten .story. Sqme hoodies-, foot
to-day will wander over the very spot
where, throe hundred'and fifty ,years
ago, a little group'of courtiers" discreetly hid their smiles behind a hand
as they hauled that man of wrath,
Henry Vlfl., mud-besmeared and irritable, fro..** the oozy slush into
which he fell headlong. And then,
at the very gafe3 of the park, few will
recognize the old "Tvburn road"'in
modern  Oxford  street.
A century and a half ago this was
a country road, along which the two-,
wneeled, spripglehs carts passed from
Newgate, conveying condemned men
to execution. It was mado. ,'r. spectacle
for children. Does not Jane Austen
toll us .that mere babies, instead of
being taken, a3 now, for an airing in
the park, were taken to witness the
ere then well
parents,to impress the example they hnd  behold.'
No   chemicals   are   used   to,
whiten Tooke Collars.
"Colonial"  Collars (here
illustrated)   sell    for   15^
each,,   2   for    25c.
Size-*  14  to  18,
height 1%.
T»oke Jralhers. Limited
KonlrejI. 14
"Sony, fir," telephoned the but-
elier, "but \\o ura out of .-.iiloln. Why
don't j-our Wifd" order you a round'-'"
"WhaF, that?" exploded Harker at
the other end of ihe  line.
"j say, -why don't your ,\vifo oulr'r
you  a round-'"
"Why don't, my wife order mo,
around1 '.Man, that ia all she doe.-i
fiom morniiw- until night! If vou
weie nearer I'd——" J'ut.the startled
butcher had hung up the receiver.—
The Childien'o  Visitor.
}To surgical operation i.-* necessary.
in removing corns if Hollow ay'u Com
Cure   be  ustd.       • '
used- Dr. Wil-
liasrta' Pink Pills with much benefit,
advised me • to try , them. I did so,
anil the ,whole story is told in .the
words, 'I am well again.' , There are
timesryet when-1 take -the pills'for
they seern to me a guarantee against
the troubles which so many women
suffer." '
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills do not act
'on the,'bo'wels.,< They contain "just'
thcrejements that actually make new
blood and strengthen' th'e nerve3.
That's why they cure anaemia, indigestion, rheumatism/ lumbago, headaches, backaches, fl heart' palpitation
and -<skin diseases like pimples and'
eczema., , That is why they are* the-
greatest help in the-world for growing,girls who need new blood »and for
women' who are troubled with,* irregular  health.-   Sold* by    all    medicine
jostled each other in the great, pleas-
aurico, and almost' cheek r.nd jowl
drij-nk-syllabub—that doloctublo by-
pope vanity which Mrs. Twi-odio tells
us was made of milk whipped up with
wine and sugar, or cream whipped
with cider. Hyde Park in those.days"
was no'»place to roam in unattended
at night. As late as 1772 th'e'bfato* of
Hyde Park was so bad that a bell
used'to be rung at stated intervals in
Kensington to father together people „who had ventured from London
and were wishing to return.      ' ;
Horace Walpole. ,one night, driving,
with a lady to some evening entertainment,* was held up by a highwayman
on the load. Wilh the greatest calmness and promptitude the lady at once
handed the errant^of the road her
purse, bulging with|money. The 'man
seized it  and  rode  off,   well   pleased
..r.'ll,,   II... M T,-.i.     '!__     ,_    , .....       ._/_
"Happiness cannot  be'purchased "'
"Yoii   Jive   in   a  prohibition   town,
eh?"—Houston  Po-,t.
Mr.   Powers —Do  you   moan   to say.
that you shopped all day and didu t
get anything?
Mrs1., Powers-Yes.    But     t . know
what   everybody   el=c   got.—Philadelphia  Telogiaph. ■
 ,.—._«                *
Ask for  Minard's'.. and'take  no other.
wi    iicuiui.      ourn    uy      ctii      iiieuiuiuc -ii.i, -7    t^    l ,-C     ,    ,—   * "
'dealers or by mail at 50 cents a' box* -with'the spoil.  But the lady was more
or six boxes for $2 50 from The Dr
Williams' "Medicine ' Co., , Brockville,
, "Mamma, is that 'bay rum. in
bottle on your .table?"
"Mei;cy,   no,  dear I"    she    replied
"That-is mucilaEO.''' '
. "Oh !'* 'said little Johnny, "'perhaps
that's why 1 can't get iny hat off."—-'
The "Methodist Recoider.   "
Extcrnally or internally, it is Goocl.
—When applied externally ,by brisk
rubbing, Dr. Thomas' Ecloctiic . Oil
opens the pores 'and penetrates the
tissue' as 'few liniments dp," touching
the 'seat of the" trouble and'immediately affording relief. Administered1 internally,, it will still the irritation in the ilirbat which induces
coughing and will, cure affections i.i
the bronchial tubes and respiratory
organs.   Try'it and'be convinced. >
"Are you superstitious?".'-,, -. ,
' "Nofy a"bit," replied the'man who
is .ashamed of his little weaknesses.
"I have nothing' to' do with - super-,
stition. In fact, I have observed" that
whenever I' begin to^ lake- notice of
sign's I always' have bad luck."-
Washington*' Star.
I was cured of Bronchitis and Asthma  by   MINARD'S   LINIMENT.
Lot 5,  P.  E.  I. '
I was cured of a severe attack ol
Rheumatism  by    MINARD'S,   LINIMENT.   '
Mahone Bay. JOHN MADER.
I was cuied of a severely sprained
Gushing' Young Lady (to famous
actor)—Oh! Mr. Sinclair, I did so
want to have a talk -with you. Pm
simply mad to go  on the  stage.
Sinclair—Yes; 1 should think you
would be, my dear young lady'."—
Philadelphia Inquirer.
Minard's >. Liniment, used by Physicians.      „
Mr. Suddenrich (travelling abroad)
—That guide of ours is a very impertinent  voung  feller.
Mrs. Suddenrich— What has he
Mr. Suddenrich—Why, he s got on
to the fact that we came from the
Mis. S.—How could he know that?
Mr. S —1 dunno But he pointed
out one of them oldest pictures an'
said he s'poscd I'd bo interested m
Rubens.- Cleveland   Plain  Dealer.
"Some people," said (he Rev. Mr.
Goodman "can never bo made to appreciate the value of lcligion.
"That's light," replied Mi. Main-
chantz, the merchant, "they don't
know how to catch the church trade
at all."—Philadelphia  Press.
"Did your husband ketch chills an'
fever3" asked the woman ""ho was
standing in front of the  cabin.
"No," ans-\vcied the woman who
was driving a spring wagon "Ho
wouldn't have tnat much git-up-an'-
git. He jes' sot around an' let 'cm
overtake   him."—"-Washington. Star.
iJSign of the,Times.
Mrs.    Hoy le—Marriage    changes    a
man.   . '■',,..■
Mrs..Doyle—That's so.y T married a
Kill man. "and now lie-is short.
The Ruling Passion.
"The colonel ■ is a very sick man,"
sympathetically said the attending physician, .addressing lhe .auctioneer's anxious Wife. ',',,"His pulse is now-going at
104." "i
, "Going at 104!" feebly cried the Invalid. "At 10*1! doing at 104! Who'll
malco it 105? One hundred and Ave, do
I boar, for n pulse that has been running steadily for forty-seven years and
never once stopped? One hundred and
five, will you gimme? Who'll make it
105?"—Puck. |l
"''■ "Ma, why don't you' keep out 'f
the parlor? Things arc running
smoothly now.", .•'•■■
' "You ain't engaged yet. daughter,
and your ma knows from experience
that "a. young man. who finds things
running.'too smoothly is apt to get
bored and quit."
.happy still, for she had come prqvid
ed  for emergencies.,   The purse only
contained   counterfeit  coin ' -In'daytime  honest' folk,   for" health's  sake,
drank  the   waters    from    pools    and
sparkling springs, much as tho.v, do at
foreign  resorts 10-day.    Beauties,  up
with the lark, vou Id wash their faces0
with dewofrom the grass1 for the benefit of thoir completions.    Mrs. Pepys(
on, vaiioua   occasions   rose   at   four
o'clock in  the morninjr—arid once at
throe—to go, and wash her. face in the
renowned   May dew—^&o her, husband
records. ' It was the well-dressed men
and  women  of a  still earlier period,
when'great ruffs were worn, who a]3-
parontly   christened   a  famous -thor-'
ouehfarei'adjoining. '       &      • ■       '
"Tho edge of "the ruff "was called the"
'piccadilly,' as'may.be seen in.several'
of'the earlier dictionaries; hence iho
name of the fashionable street abutting  on  Hyde -Park  to-day.'1    When
.there    were    practically    no' houses
there, a ruff shop,,kept by a man named PLieeins. existed, and was called a
'piccadilly.'' Hisains^is"said t'o have
mado. money, and built a row, of houses
■to which     lie lvpnd'pd on his name"
'The term VPickadill."'however.* is ap-
,plied to this district in Gerard's "Herbal,".whore Jt is mentioned that "thev
small uild .buelosse" was growing on,
*the.rbarrks of'the dry, ditches    "about
Pickadilla."    Changes    in    the   park
have been frequent, and not all for tho
. be§t. porhans. The greatest chance of
all,"for 'which hnl>itui»s remain indebted to 0'ioon Caroline, Consort of
George TI . was tho Serpentine. Why
"Serpentine"" Peihaps five person?
out of six, if asked to give the reason
why this particular name was armlied
to the ncUy-iashioncd lake, would not
be able  to" guess  coriectly.
It was so called because ot its shape
In fact* the lvnid >'is very small,
scarcely noticeable, yet in its dav it
marked a revolt from the existing
order of things. Hitherto no one in
laying out ornani'-ntal water in a landscape garden had dared to'depart from
the perfectly straight lino or- square
form which" had been brouRht over
'lom Holland and,was considered the
acme of good taste. Queen Caroline
was wise enoneh to break away from
t]-|Pf;'-» absurd limififions. But so e-*-
tablished was tho irlon of a souare o>*
oblong lake from which sho departed
'that rnnpmakers represented thr
stretch   of   water   in   a   quadrilateral
.form for some ycars" Mrs. Alec
Tweedie's chatty and lnformins pace*
are well worth close perusal. She has
written a fascinating book, "ITvcIp
Park: Tls History and Romance,
Tound a fascinating stibject.
Lincoln Calendar Clock.
The parish church of St Botolph.
Boston, Encland, which was damacod
bv lightning iccontlv, dates from tho
14th conturv. and i1-* lemaiknble in
more vav«*than one. Us towo--
"Boston's Stump." 272 foot high, with
one pxcoption tho Inchest of any parish   church   in   Eneland—consmcunu-.
.for manv miles , across the Lincolnshire fens ancl ovor the W.i-di. contains 3f,j steps, corn-spending te
the ri.-ivs of tho vonr. Tn the church
12 pillar-. .->2 windows and seven doors
remind the conpre-rntion of the
months and week-- of the vcar ami the
days of the week: whilo the 24 hours
of'the rl.iv  arc rnnrcented by tho 24
'steps in the porch b\ which trio hlira rv above is reached On each side
of the chancel 00 stops load to the
roof one flisrht denoting the minute*-
in on hour and tho other the second■>
in a miniPc. and the four stones into
which th. loftv tower is divided clearly represent tho four quarters and tlie
four seasons of the year.   '
In  the  Garhe  of  Life:
"Hearts arc trumps," the lover, sighed "'••.','■   ,     ., ", '   '
"Spades   are   trumps.     the   laborer
crowded.   ■ ■ '      .     ,.
"Diamonds nio trumps," the   maiden
.':.      cried.. .      -
"Clubs nre ■trumps,"/this'policeman
howled. y
The soientiots lire finding out many
things about ancient nations/some of (
-which may be tiue and some not. Inference  is , of ton advanced '-as    fact.0
Guesses   grow  into- potabilities,  and
possibilities   into    piobabilitie?,    and, v
probabilities   into   certainty. ■ Dr.; MA
Or Kyle tells a story which illustrates
one method of 'argument.; An Assyrio-
logint boasted to' an Egyptologist that
"the   Assyrfaiis.    understood   electric
telegraphy   because   we   have     found *■
wire   jn'  Assyria-'"''     "Oh,"   said , tha
other;   ''Aye  have  not'found'a  scrap*
of wire in Egypt, therefore we know,'
the .Egyptians   understood   'wireless,,
telegraphy."—Home   Herald.       '   ,
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I HLIR^iC orjKE cntjj WEST
This hit of.advi'co'is for your
.benefit.' There arc. so niany,
','niak'es   of '  ' '
They're All Old.
"J am about," said -tho speaker; "to
tell a story which I believe is new to
most of yon."
"Gee,"   Interrupted' n   little   man   at
the end of tlie banquet hall, "that'fel--
low would believe anything!"   .
and Shirts
it   Is   hard   for   the   average
buyer,to know which i.s best.-
"Don't take any chance*-. a=k
for  and' accept  none   but
■   Youth and Advice.
Naturally youth doesn't listen to nrl-
i vice.    One  has ■ to  make'.inlstases   for    _
' forty or fifty years liefore oiii>  nejrlns j ;>a'^*^Jt
'to suspect that such thing's are possi- 1 ""
-IndlanaDolIs News.
The   Guaranteed    Kind.
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'   - , + ,' ' ,      ,        V \l  h y *-, -' -.���*.'        , *  !'*��*��� rif^:.. ;;,''���'  1H*IK    OF    6l)UCl:ll*T10.S-  ,C>tte Ifear.,  '$��.00  SATURDAY, JULY 4,  1J)0S.  gMtioiiTSs��fcl^3peJ)Snwi J2^,j?)prcp'^.j2gldcn'  IJj.>lU."^iLJ2L^'-';";y(lC^-i��-rr'^.'-'il "liof U"**hkisT  viliinlile medicinal prffit-infrs known io  medic-il *>rien<-o ior Ibi* :ir*rpra.ri'*nr,i*iire of  ���sjigh aOrioriTinl yondit-lwui.   It is a most  *'r H*..  >&  ><*. ��%  Sd v-'     ' '���  fi'.'IHVi.f ,-'*.��'  ,-krs.iy'rir^   *.>  t. r.',-f *.f.* ,-j'  SI- -S,1>L"ii - 1"  1C-J .J'.t-fV"!',-    Xi  **��� <it' ">:,���'��� -'  ^.-tffji'  1 The residents along .the yal ley  of the Juwer Moyie river ��� a-ve  Hiking the government to build  n wagon road fiom Cui^on jimc-  to K.ing-'gate,    at    the   ifltet>ia  ��� ;��.-., l    l,...,,..l,. ,.,r      T-i,,a     ��.,-,.,-1     ;.|   "noi.ir a iio*>v or uiiici**-,. c.\iul mo fi)i*oj.'��ini;  t.ion-tl     bOllll'lrtry.      tlie     TO.ia,    Is \ rwu,tur U^oui-* of jir.t sucli minimis as thu.  cflicic-nt liver inv'gor.atcr. stomach tonic,  jbpwoi regrriator and uerv.0 .strcns-thencT.  The "Golden Medical Discovery'��� is1 not,  a p,itr-nt medicine or soenvt nostrum  full ii>t of Its ingredients being 'printed  on iu Dottle-wrapper aud attcswl under  oalli. A piano* at its formula will show  that lt contains no alcohol, or harmful  habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract  jnade with pure, triple-refined glycerine,  iOf proper strength, from the roots of tho  following native American forcst plants,  /i/_, Golden Seal root, Stone root, "Black  Ch-,'irryb:irk,,('!i:eeir��- root, l'loodroot, and  .Mandrake root.1  TJi'o followinc loadlnt medical authorities.  iitoi.i: a Jio->t of ol lid's. caioI tlio torcitvmg  i3��S    ' ��" ��" F" '  SytP*^>i*7A��ll-lf1.    I.ivdue  N��.   **���  I Meets T'li���dn> t-MMui's;-" in  MiOnim'  j'ii.ill   im    Victoria   ���'ireci.    fojourniui:  Odd Well'iw,, nordi illy in*it(d.     '  tl.  '.I. LOWT.*!   , .1". J. SMYTH,  i N..bit* irrnnil ���"*���-'< ' >  ;n"��a' Fishing Tackle  RODS, HEELS, FLIES,  BAITS,, LINES, HOOKS  LEASEE, BOXES AND  TfiOOLS. ������     ���' '  Grceuheart rods from $3 to $13;  -ijIiG bamboo from $1 (JO  to !r'o.75;  ���t. l.i:{;��.iiu Lulls*' >"��������  R. of P.  Jfieli-^v.-jy Thi)r*iny  (.veiling    in    SI'tGrej.oi  dull at b'  r 'ch'Ck. , Xit-  jiipy biothirs iuviled.  W. J. Vet.tuAm, E. A. J Iua.  it*  Chancellor Com: Iv. 11, and P,  Moyie  .Miners'   Union  Wd. 71 W. F, cf M.  Shoe Repairing  Mining  Shoos  Made to Order  M-fo-FA&t-*?y��j ���'  THE CANADIAN BAnM  ���  OF-COMMERCE tl  lirjlD OFFICE. TORONTO ' ���es1Am��        ^S  f^t��:.'rH|i  f.^l 4' ������*�����$'> A  l'!?^V'-*'.'yrf*->-;Sj,4  B. K. "WAI-HER, President ,  ALKX,,LAARt>, Guueru: Uana^er  Paid-up Capita], SiOiCO0M^  Reserve Kund, - 5    l    '  mm  "A  CLNCr.AL HANGING CUSIKESS UAKSACTED AT ALL LRt\  c^yyo':- ax  Ar��.'els,in McGrt-por hull every  Fnlnr-  tltty 'evening,      p.-j'iurning   niembert-  , ,     , ,    .      .      ,       , ���ahori'^rriiiliini'.iii.llfaU': iTol'.it. Hainliolonr.    Tnmt vmU f r��-ii5*'J  rn ���?: 1  ".ft  urgencly ueedi;d,,aiid   it is .to   be    M.i)..��f Jt-iiv.-^rj MocL Coii.-si\ I'hiia ; i'n>t    ,   " 1K IOUs 1,��'n Ti co ���p-1-*-'^  1   II. C Wooit'M. !>.. of Ijniv.of l*u : I'rof.Dfwln  hoped their pe.kioj   will  noc be \ fL"*!?. ��/'[,��� V'/.J"r'ViJ.'*'"'^'i'",i"1 -"i1---ri1,1 J'-''-"iri  1 t        ���*       , >       (-lni-aiw: 1'r.ir, Jotin i.niir. ..!. 1). Autlior of  Lance   wood  rods fiom   ��2   to   ��>5f '���re'ciordiully iuviled to nt-i nd  John Taylor," Thos. K. Kelly,  ' Prebiiknt. Secretary  * >$':'k\-f'"<  ^ i - "-.  ,r���*  jjigeoiiholed.  Airierlcan I>Ls[rt'ii->awry: Prof. Juu Jl, Scud-  ?<?   r>.���   ,'t-i,  �� , ^ ^.rvtrT--- * - -'  3- -i :T'.^i*..��   'V ,-  >;' / -'''v^-%.-' .'.,i  -k^ML' C  - ti'i-'t'*''-..-"   j�� >,-  ^nj   tip   "V"'  $.'M'$t> - ���������?'������  J ^, i-A'p'.-ri r.--- yji 1  Some girls are very touchy. A  3roung chap an'i'i^ed himself by  throwing' the suns' rays frOm a  mirror into th- bedroom 'window  of a.young htdy who  li <ed  oppo-  ��� "   bite^ and she j y mptly brought an  i 't ' , ",  ,   action against hi.n fur casting re-  '��� ,      '    <?   ��� i i  ^   Sections on  her private life.'  m  : ,r : y  ' IT-, -i'i,  2&aii< "i V ���'  -r-J  ���    �����.a����Hc6��i''iiSfw.��   *, ���*���-,/.  -Ji >,-. & y. j-fMi l!liMaiiiiS��'*'Ji- -: ni'  ���X-i-Ci ����',, S�� K"Mif&ft*-li ���J*'"',''  ��$&����-"    **'���*'*'*'-   "  -Indications poiufe to a jthree-cor  jiered  fi^htiu   the Xvnaimo  dis-  1  dur. M. 11.. Atitl.orol Kwclfiii.Mi'iIIcIih'j,: I'lof.  ' J^nroncc Johns,)!!, M U.. Moil. 1-mM. Univ. of  N. V.: I'luf. Hi-.U-j K'.lliiffv.fxid. M.D.. Author  ol ,V.at"iln MihJii-.i and I'mf. ln Uennelt Mwll-  cal CVlh'.-n, ChlejiRo r*i*nd name aud address on l'u.ls.1 Card U)T)r. IJ. V l'lerui-, "rluf-  ralo. X. V..' mitl r.Tf<i,-,> 'r,-c tiooHol ifhli-f  OMiat'.s Tiom vm-Iish^s uf all llic aK.r��' i.io.'i-  cal nulhoiiatul manr other,endorsing, lu U.o  .sLit,n"fu>-l jwis-ltiln rerrns. c*a.*ii and uvcri- lti-  irre^(":u of v,hich I'Goldcn Misliral Ulwov-.  ���frv" Is comiKi-ed.       <��� '  l>r i'li s-rtf'-, rieusant Pellrls reCTilato nr.d  invic.-.i'.iie sr.j!i,'i( I,, liver and bowvls. Tlu*v  mav 1," nse.'l 1,1 rorijun'-Uon wiili, "Goldei"  Mediral I*'-i*ovf..-i "If lii_.��i*ls nrs iiiuc-h eOu-  ttiDaixd.    Ti.'.y'i.i nr>v is2i��.' s:u.-ir-ctiaccd.  MOYlE.TXRUfi ,.AND  STATISHEFY   STORE.  3t;,. Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C. '    ' *"  i-jnirding and Day School com'uet-  ed hy uie Sisters of St. J.usr phf Nelson';  B, C. r Commercial and '..business  '���our.ses a specialty, ExctlLen'ce and  swift piogiess chaiactiihize , e.nch de  purl merit,. ^Parents should- write for  For , sale, valuable boarding p'.rrticulars." One month assures the  house , property.       Thirty    foe* I pubh'c of   ihe   thoroughness   of   the  lit   ��� - " '    ' ""'  '"    "'   "' "  EOil   SALE.  fl.'..Ai'REN'EAl/,  <���'   ,.  ., ^ BARBEE.  r> i '  , I    "     rr q * - i    c  ; FirstcCbis Work'  HOTEL  - KO.OTENA-Y  %LX'--^<xiA   r-,  K. A. SMITH  .SlIOKMAlCKIl,  JfOlYE,  DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and monCV t��� ,   T"1''  telegraph or letter,     ���-    , P< ',,v  I f C '  ��2!i��2I!5H.ra^e in'^U P&s 'of Canada and b forC=gn ^  F0RE8GN BUSINESS. ' Cheques and drafts on the United T  ',   Great-Britain and 'other foreign countries bought and sol-' ���  '���\,"v</"< F- T. BRYMNE*'  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  tricfc for tihe  forfclicooiiQ"? federal j frontage    on    TavistocJ-r    'street,| Sitters' methods' of teaching. .Terms  ,  i-ilectiqns.    Mv. Rtlph Smifch, M  aud  Mv. J. LL.   Daw thornthwaite,  1 the ldnloi- of tho S 'Clali3t=, 'have  announced their intention'fco run.  The C m-iervabive c mvenbion is  to be held at Lidysmifch on July  14 when, in all likoliho id a  caudi-  ���ydate will, be  placed in the .field.'  jT-^foyie,  IJ. 0. > yThe   building  con  sisls of a two'story frame   house  mansard. -> roof,   including' sitting  room, dining room," kitchen, pan-'  try', store room and  office  and   11  bedroom-*.    Building    m-iy   be in  spected ��� on     application   to. Li.  Cam'pdell,    Al -yip.     Tenders  will  be received at' the ofliee of ,W.  F.  Gurd, barrister, Cranbrook, B. C.  up to August 1st. 19,08.  coinin-noe January,' April   and   Sept'  Pupils are ntlmittud durinir term.  The man unsb generally talked of  "for the nomination  is-JMr*' Frank j r^-  Shepard  a well  kuoivn  suvvfi��or   ,vOA^?^TER WORK.  , #,nd very popular with; people   off    ' "  ' different shades of political opin  <z?  ELPs-rvey; ���' -��� McCarter  &  '   "Macdonald. -���    v  ,ft. * (.     i , .  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Elc.  Craiibrbotii   -" -   'B. C;  W-: F. GUE.D/'  \\  BAJtKISTEK, SOLICITOIl, liTC.  CP.XNBHOOK.  B. C,  t;  I tt . .  I n'  ���- -'  * ,j'����� ���_-s.**jS1-,f !">i     ���  .*:'" '- M-ly.*'  . *    !tlmm^" J: tw  , ���*.**iA_*j^^��'i ik >,*  - '   '        'l^fe^t^'''^""'  I  ion on the Island.' He has previously declined all offers of public  office but' ib * is ��� believed that he  will bo prevailed'-upori.to accept  the nomination in th!e'pre-ient'in-r  stance.  .Davidson Will Not Stand.  All parties desirous of having  any carpenter'w.ork done cannot  do< better than,'cqmmunicafce wifch"  Wm.' Bridges or Wm.'Ivferedith/  Aldriilge.' ��� ' ' Prices reasonable.  Work first class. '* Orders may' be  left at Fitch's store.     .'.'���-  The nirentiou of lhe Lands nnd Works Du  li.irliniii. hr.vrn? been dm-cled totlmfum ihat  town lo's m"a townsito uarnCJ Princo Kupcrt,  being .i bnbdiM.-ion of Lot CH, V.itr.^o 3 Const  Uistnct, snuateil oa .the maiiilnud beiwuen  the mo'Jt'h of the Skeeua lliver and Xnieu Is  hmii.are ,beiujj offered  :"jr sale,  it has   been  dee-iiied ueceessaiy to uaru-the puolfr* rhat the J r,      -  ,       0  -,.  -.        XT  , ^   , ,.   ���,���,  card to��ii8i.te is not sit.mted at, .he teruunui, of 1 Barr^t,?1'> Solicitor, Aotarv Public, Etc  the -Grand 'J*iunt J'aeKie'Unlluny, and Ls not  the foivnslte u-hioh i.s owned jointly by, the  Coverumeut of British Columbia and the Grand  Trunk I'uclfic ftitllr, uy Coin-pany."  - ,'-  ��� ���     -    p_ j_ KutTOS"  Ctt\<fl Cominissioner of Lnndi aud Worts,  'Lands and.Works Dt-piirtinenrn, '    ,' -   '  " "        Victoria, B.'C. Mav lbt, IMS.   ,-    -   ��  I' *   ��,        , t   . .7 '. -  K'"*7��.   '��� .  '���t'iirtij  m-r4Jh--l v ���.  .y*^" , i, A  lit'7 ���. '- -' .'  ���  ���Ay<4&,^ ,  1,:; $'-y'l'l  I   , -ti-1-!'*.    jr'C  ': t a I;!';��    "  * i <n��*, '*-,�����   ���  ��,  In ca-*io of a by-election in the  Fernie district for the provincial  house William Davidson will not  f.'un.owing to the fact that I13  has accepted the Socialist nomination for the Kootenay riding for  the Dominion house.  grougbt UpTo-l)ate  It-.s ���,"*! ���  "... Tit  J     r*.'J-*'       M ' ���*'* 1*  'l"/r1   -I/?"'    >  > . .,' 1*'.  , ���v-1.'-"  I >  t--. a. r* '���'*  I ..,.-*...  , ���  There was an old woman  Who lived in a shoe;  She had so many children  That she got an ' autograph let-  Jor    of   congratulation from  President-Roosevelt.  Geo.R. Leask &Co.  BUILDERS AND  -      CONTRACTORS  Our Wo'*.k is our Advertisement  1*  Head   Office  CRAKI3R00K  Li. C.  See  F. J. BLAIR, Aloyie, B. C.  Small Debts Court.  Electoral  District  of Cranbrook.  Notice c is hereby given that  Sitting.*-, of the above Court'will  be held at the Government Building, Craubrook, for the disposal  f cA^e-i every Wednesday, at two  (."���'clock P. M.; at Moyie every Saturday at tho same hour; and at  ZMarysville, Fort Steele and Warner on such days and dates a?  may bo appointed in the proceedings.  AH debts and demands uot exceeding $100 can be sued for and  recovered in the above mentioned Court on Summons and Judgment, Garnishee (either before or  after Judgment) or on Installment Order which can be enforced  }}y committment if necessary. .  Instructions for firoceedings can  be' handed in to the uudermen*  ���fcioned Clerks of the Court, viz:-  F.  R.   Morris,  Deputy  Sheriff,'  Cranbrool--.  P.    G. Routh,   Pi'oviucia-1  Con  stahle,  Moj'ie,  or   to  Joseph Walsh,  Provincial   Con  nfcable, Fort Steele.  Dated this 22nd day of Jiiue,lQ0��  By  Ordar.  JOSEPH RYAN, Magistrate.  Thinking of Spring  Fainting, Etc?  ,   TIIEiSr   REMEMBER      ,  i  B. H.' SHORT,  CRAXliROOK, Ji. .0  Bjs    33.  Will send competent  man to paint, kalso-  mine or paper your  home,  T. T. .McVittieVC. K , P. L S. II.   Y.  Parker, C  ^cV'FrT!i;E''&;'PARKER  ���    Provincial Land Subvj-;yisg* '  IlAILIVAV   &   MINING    ENC2Ni:��KING  Estimates Furnished.   ,  OFFICES  t ,  Port Steele P. 0. Box 25.sv, "  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  BUY-. YOU It  C.,H. DJTNBAR  * n        i ���* �����    ,  ler, Solicitor, Notarv Publ-i  -'.,', .Cranlbrook, B. C.  DR. F.,B. MILES,  'v      r t        -  ,L"    '"���,.��� ���>  ���������-/b^-o:  1 1 j    ,'        y       'r,^  Cranbrook,,  .       , WHEN IN -* ���   '   ,  i't 1 l ('  d     r ��� ���  ' '��� .    yCRANBRGOK  JK. U. s.-.rAO., Mana-jer.       " ���      .    '  Good rooms, good, tablennnd   hur   -  anil (irst'ekfes 3ample ro-Jtiie. ���  Win/'Jewel!^  >���        y     ���'/''���   'l''h'     ���-  , .Express and Gener-''  al.   Delivery   Busi-,  ^^ness.-/ .Liy.eryy and ,'  ���l Feed "Stable. ��� ,. .-'    ]  WOOD ., AND ; COAL  ���*.;;" .'*.Epr.'.Salev��.;.' c J  ^'"'   / Leave'Orders.at ' ,"a" "  &.' .,-   i.'LGwyntie's Store.'- -'" *���*'"'!*"  osmopoLitan'  ,    fi ���*.,   - ,'. ���  y      ... HARRY DIK0CK,  Prorrfeicr.  \        Nearest Hotel (o (he SLEugene mine/''   ,  i\    <       ' ' 1   '''"'','  , ;      Headquarters, for,Miners.  BAR BUPPUKD WIT1Z JlESTLltA^QS'OF DlQUOIls'^Daj  ,_'*'.    ,   ;Rates$l.bo,a dayfland'up.  FB2T\����t 'SL33.0.  '   l^KOM,  A B. Stewart   & Co;  George ,H. Thompson,-  ,    v ,      BaJIBISTKR, {"OLlClTOtt  taiy Public, Ac.  ORA-NCRcIok:,'      British Columbia.  INTERNATIONAL,  ;  HOTEL.' ���  This hotel is no1*?  under' now  paanagement, and is first class  in every respect.  .* '-~    ���  B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr. .  Victoria Street.  MO Y115  JUST ARRIVED  A   f'resli supply  of  our noted  Imperator Hams  and Bacon.  Hams, $15'per, 100 pounds, lty,  cents per pound single   hams.  B.icpn, $17 per 100 pounds; 18^  cents per pound single   slabs.  Try; our Shamrock  Leaf Lard and Empress Creamery but  ter.  THEY   ARE A .SPECIALTY  LTNOLEU.M CARPETS  When _ furnishing your  home or hotel don't forget u*G can furnisli you  promptly and complete.  MAJL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  .Mnyie,-  .*   *.  * -j  .Rritibh "Columbia  SEXD YOUR, WORK ,TOV"THE  i - '1 1        ,.       .  "     KOOTENAY   l;  ': .-steam" '��� ''" "V''"\  LAUNDRY.  '    NELSON  t 1      ' L  All WhitelLabor.  Lsave work with the "-local apf'ent  A, B. STEWART.  \:-y; ^arge^s'sor^menrofGO-diRTS-and' B'iBY., t  ",.:,. ;-carria(^:;^^ ,lt-^  LI5HTED-vy  ^ -f.  P.IjF. JOB'A'AS2OJV r  0   F.^DEsAULNIER  deal'kr is  * This Hotel is New and well Furnished T$  I ' 5rabIcs.ai3 s��PPlied; .with the Best lif  I Market affordB. The Bar is Filled ���1L  I        the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigai?f  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL        "^  ' AND MINING MEK  tr-   aroviK  \ -   ~       ~'      ���   ,   - ��� wmxTsii colokI  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  Qiueeus' Ave.      MOYIE  11,  1 j.  (,-.,  ��� i u  TWO R00M3~To let, Par  nished. Apply .to [ Mrs. Robt.  Robertson, Campbell street.  FOR SALE���A good bicycle apply to Mr. S. Moore, Moyie,  yews & co  MOYIE, B. C.  w. R. beatty  EmbaliiHT and Uudertuker,  j Phone 0. CRANBROOK  NELSON,  -   -   -    B. O,  A8STTS   ���  Mason ��fe Iti.ych Piano Co.     r  Ootermoor'Mattress. -   >   ���'"   '  Globe-Wernick Office Furniture.  i^-THE���  Art  DK8ADL>'IEB'   ISKog.   I'opu.  Large sample room in connection  -vitli house for commercial niea. Be  of accommodations.  Jleadqunrters   for   Commercial and aiinmg Men.  Queens avenue,      ,   movie, b. 0  GENTLEMEN���  If yuu want, a sLyiibli, up  to date tailor j^ado suit, call  and inspycl our spring goods  before ordering elsewliere.  We guaratee  all  Our Work.  Gleaning,       repairing and  pressing done." :" '    "���  Prices Right.  ....���A; rOOJIE  Merchant Tailor. '  MOYIE, b. O  ISlf .  I NELSON.  ��.*!  ii, c1  Summer    Excursion  Rates^East, $60,00  Prom Moyie to jWiniiipeg, Uu-  luth, Fort William, LSt. Paul.  HiouxCit}'.  Chicago :...%T.17)Q  St  ^ouis   07 SO  New York  108..10  Toronto   91AQ  Montreal..:.,. .......,..������ ; 105.00  Ottawa.,....'...;......... ...-.. 105.00  ���St. .Tciliii, N. ll ............. 120.00  Halifax ...:.,���.;. A... ;. _ _ 7_  j 31 2o  Sidney, C. B.., J..... .:....:..] ;30:90  ���Tickets on sale '-May'' -1 and 18,  June 5, 0, 19'.and 20: July (j, 7, 2AI  and 23; August 0,7, 21 and 22,  1008. First ��� clasp, round trip,  NINETY DAY LTM IT.     '  '���' Routes���Tickets , good via any  recognized routes'in one or both  directions. To destinations east  of Chicago aro good via the Preat  Lakes.    .  For further information  rates,  sleeping car, reservation apply  C, E. McPHFItS;bN, G;P. A.  Winnipeg, Man.  J.MOE, D. P. A.  Nelson, L. C,  yic -Beer;  As m-da by tlie prrKenl brewer is ndmiMully ' _ % _^.  Boat Beci in Eiibi Kootunny. Willi (lie Best .M,ill " ^'���ffij  he Purest .Spring Water it is unexcelled /or qiMlH t&��jl  Iiisi.-t on having Moyie Beur, * %*&*  ����� ^       *  Bottled and Draft Beer.        Ey|  EMIK   MiM  CHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,   ,      |&Vj  MOVUv..'!' ��� ^  "i'A.  K;r*  W  IN ALL^PARTS OF TOWN  rPU  li  Insurance, Heal  Estate, Collections.  k%  IK  w  ii*7'��';3^S'Sfi  Wx*  ^K^~^Wgj^ggffi^f  SSa*?8Si.'ysa*'.*' a��e."a*��  ,.-^Cg^>?-*,-^��^^T'.-.'^-rvs^-ffl""w��wM7r"w*n����--*���


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