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The Moyie Leader Jul 19, 1902

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 ^ove than to pay  handier  to  own  [quit moving.   See  JLMfiB  [parts-   of  town   on  A  "���XF'rSPZ"?  /  \j\.> ���  C^��<^^��*^W ;  vS  14.  MOYIE, B. CL JULY 19. 1902.  13 A YEAR  JNU (.'fi  CO.  OXAL1)  no  A Settlement Has Not  Yet Been Reached.  %'���  Going at Reduced  Prices this Week  ���������A.-  i��*tj&l-&  I  ill  'COMPANY'S;  A Call was Made, But a Sufficient dumber to make.'  a Quorum could not  Be'.Raised.  Moyia  TM93fnvMCSXCC!^lCX S  MADAir'Sank ���. wicmimB  laid Up. Capital   $8,000,000.  '.HUBERi HAfNES, MGR  1 JdU JL  i,L ���  " - ;d '    ���l*    .* -  TN". A. MacKenzie,  Froorietor.  1 fbrv fche'  m-asso&r Every thine- .First  f^erV  restiect.    Sa'rtiple Koonls for  ^ommevGi&l Men. .  ���   ���    "- British Columbia,  There arc no new developments in  tlio strike at Fernie. The town is very  .���met. * There is no bitterness, and the  best of feeling appears to prevail. Just  what there ia to warrant it is- not  disclosed/but the opinion of rriost of  the business men/ahd in fact pf most  of the miners, is thata 'settlement of  the trouble is not far off, and that an  -arrangementvrill be arrived at which  will be, mutually, satisfactory. While  it in generally said that this will come  in.tho natu'rft of ii compromise, those  who profess to hq-ze-rnforniatiori on the  point will not talk, and content themselves with repealing" that the Settlement w.ill be reached.beloro long. -  The,,failure of the, members 'of  the  executive of the Associated' Boards of  Trade tc-meet there as intended hats  \ occasioned:'   consfiderable,.   di3Hp"point-,  na-e'n'tV-i1 tntf^jfrlt' 0?   e'W&Sc, tfh'6', Md  h'opfed tn\vi atf a' fesUlt'pf Ih'ettJrMHttn-  ���tiou the' par-ties" of th'e strike v/buld' be-  ��� brought   together   and' a' settlement  .arrived at. ,-""  President Buchanan' aud H.  Geigericb,-of~fch��-Kaslo board of .trade  .arrived in Nelson on Monday,evening,  for the purpose of taking, the steamer |j��ul>' enough power to  rii'o one' at a  Oil in South Eitst Kootenay.  J. ided Richie and Ross Thompson  of Iceland are in the Elko district  looking into the possibilities of ti that  sec>��fi.i as an oil producing area, says  the^Iiner. The outlook in this direction if, said to be bright and it is a-  tiialterof'some surprise the resource's  of tho country in respect to oil have  nevei been.exploited.  Some seven miles northwest of  Elko are found remarkable traces ol  .Oil deposits. At many places the ' oil  can be taken from surface pools and  ignited, while it is stated that petroleum exists"iu such a   pure  condition  i  in spots that it can' be ' utilized in  lamps without further reiining. Geologists who have been over the ground  state that the formation is such  as  to  1  r  warrant the expectation that"gushers"  will le found in abundance. Whether  or not'East Kootenay will ever become a second Beaumont is - an  open question, but there seems to be  no reason for doubt that   it possesses  r   ' *��� '  tnatij of the natural conditions that  KO,to make'up an important oil producing area. ' '  Thcgovemment is building a road  from Hoosville Up Fbillipps creek to  the Canadian oil fields, about 20 miles  distant.     '      <.'''"  Firo Ilyclrauls Teste'!.  Tid week a test of the lire hydrants  'vn'g made by W, L. Reid, secretary ol  the ' waterworks company,-, arid they  wore found-to L-e in good working  order, It is to be hoped that the fire  brigade wir be reorganized this sam-  iiier ao'that some h03o practices'can  bo .had. . For a chief the Leader,, would  mention the names ot ftobt. Campbell,  Andrevd Johnston; or D. J. Elmer  Either one of these gentlemen would  [bo *i suitable choice for the position,  F&sit't MifcHfeft' & CoV ami it-aiming-.  I : ^he-siiW'niill-of ^krt/'jSA'cchtell &'tio.  -fas" started" l'a'3*; Tufesc&SK a't nbbh' v/i'th  a full force of ni'en'. , Th'e' ri'etf' 6hlgih-Ie  is -givins   splendid  satisTactibn,' dn'd  there is'sufficient power' now  to  run  boiij fche saw and planer at   the  same  -- -      - - .    --,.'        . -- *  liiner whereas -'heretofore, there  >vas  GENERAL  NEWS  WOTES.  Latest Report From  Escaped Convict.  WOUNDED AND :HBLPLBSS  Sheriff Oiidih.ee and' Seven  Picked men- Expect to  Capture their man  any Moment  Seattle, July 17.���Tracy is surrounded with two,,confederates, Fred Floyd  and ex-convict Simmons, in a cabin on  Sawyer lake, two miles west of Raven-  sdale. Sheriff Cudihee and seven  picked lhen are there". ' Tra'c'y is  almost'helpless from a tfound ' in his  hip which is brfdly lacerated and filled  with pus's; A' stool pigeon , employed  by Cudihee visite'd Tracy -yesterday at  noon. - The convict is hot aware that  tbeh*bussis surroithtled. Guards are  keeping everyo'ne. away from the cabin.  Anyone emerging is" to* be s'ho'fc-' down.  The killing is expected any'minute. ; ,'  I^rod lidiivc'e Killed".  Fred Beaver; the - musician, ��\7as  killed in Fernie last Saturday by b'efng  run'over by a train. He tried to cross  in front of tbe passenger and was  ���caught' tfpd' h'ad , One ,of-> his legs  ba'dly eru'-jh'ed'.   He Vfft'a taken  to'- Uie  Ir^vJsBMf^v* "trt^- "TTr ~^fT>r jrirr jKh .^���^   *r��  "tw*  ill   ���_*���>   ������>   nwn   itj*   ��o  7 it anil  ..���s *;������?��*���  ki  Tiie  .'the  witlV  ��� -    - OEaAor.yiBH im'os,   ri<>i>s.  Lar^c ' ?ample ' room; in " conncctich  with, house for commercial ;nen.^ Best  of aJbco'mn-ioilaliond.  idqtraKers far Gorrimericfal arid  Mining Men  I'ESrB,  r^&^'^:>&^&&^^'^&^'-4��  <&&& ^�����������*!�����$��  Tuesday morning for Fernie: They  were met by two members of tbe  >"elson board of trade, ifot an oficer  of any board of trade west of Nelson  took sufficient interest in , th'e call of  the president to put in an appearance.  This meant that the' esccutiye could  not secure a quoriim for the transaction of any business a'nd the executive  meeting called for Fernie was cancelled,  and the intervention of tho Associated  Boards of Trade in the Fernie strike  ended in a 'Wlc.  Lime.   The coinpa'ny is looking ahead  to,a good season's'"business*. '  LOCAL    NEWS-  was   in Cranbrook  5I0YJK,  ��."C  "Amber" Plug Smoking 'Tobacco h  winning on its merits.  "Have you tried it?"  Save the-tags they are valuable.  ^u~u  S!-Vd  re 1^9  a-    "���     ���"*  'he  from  man   who  his Slioes  us   needs  ?wd&e   only   6f  |he fit-   Mire prtf-  him in*1 all  ���^^oiiits  of style  Stod Service, it's  l��r'  i'lio l'resbytorifsn Socir*!.  Th.e members . of  the  Presbyterian  Ladies' Aid made a   grand   succeds  of  their   social   lust  Saturday    evening.  The crowd iu   attendance   was much  larger than was e^peclc.d, and   a   substantial sum" of  mpnoy   was  realised.  One of'the amusing incidents of the  affair was tbe   presence   of   a  distinguished visitor ih   the   person   of Indian Peter, the discoverer of'.tbe   now  famous St. Eugene mine.    Peter sauntered in early in the game and 'stayed  iinlil    the    lights   wero   blown     out.  Everybody was anxious to   treat   him,  i-tlicr   tiersoj"! hfiviiir* any , ���  . .,    ���       ,      ,,,   , .  iwo dlstiibiitiou of  :int1 reter sniiled and gulped ice cream  1  to our  NOTICE. .  *�� , ��� ���    -  In th'e coun'ly court of JCobtcfmy bofden at  Forf Steele'notice Is. hiifcby given th'n't on the  "(������tliilrfy of July. 190J, it w��s oi-dorod l*y J. A. |  Foriu Ksrfiiiie; Judge of fho said court; tliat  jJiimes Fersfusou. Arnratroiis', olllcirtl ikThuuis-  srator of tlio comity of Koctonny Ijg ndnilnls-  tnilor of all nnd siugrului' tbe Ebtnte of Tljomas  . H, Joiinston of Mo-ie, JI. C, miiier, deceived,  fi'l'te-rtiile.  ICvcry pors'*ii iuiu)>to<l io thi*,said Dcdea.-'nd is  roi|iiiri:d to uuilu*. lwiymoitt foitlnvltli to tiie  uiHlci!>ii:uccI.  Tvvery ^^or^oIl linvin--' In j��o*��ie*a*Ioii cfl'ciits  bolondi��k' tn tin'iiecer.<-c<T is r-.-jifircrt to fortli-  witli luitifi* Uio iiiidersi;!iied.   .  Every creditor or. i<tlic*r period havlnrr any  i'lulm upon or infeiosl in  Ihe ostutu of tlio .siud .dc-ceascd i.-; rei-uircd  wiiliiu thirty di*ys.of!-his dnk* to nciul by rcyisi-  (/���vcil Iotier r.'dilii'sst-d lo the uadcrai'sn'cd, liis  liume nml --uldress nnd tl'u full particulnrs of  IiIk chiiia' or inteiest, and n .stfttement of his ne-  oou'nt itiid (lie li-iUiru of the s-ecurity (if i-.ny)  held by him.  Aftev tiie exinn'tioir cf tUy. M*id   thirty day**'  llltBr^St . tho jiiliniuisiriUnr will proceed With lho diutri  '���.'"ff.     k     - ' * "' bution of   the   eiiiate  hnviiijj regcrd   to Uiosi  ' V.P seuyo"u stsat-  ^ysfacobfy1    slioe  ���:^n��' teW know:  "J'^tter'tfiaii we  -T he        re<q[tiire-  ^Tienta ox   Shoe  . "V^tisfactioiiv  M&J  iem  clirims only of -whlph he slir.ll luue police.  D'^teQ' ntr6rtSteele, tli'i-i 17th d.-iv of July,, JM:".  J^'JIISS FICKGO'SON AV.MATB.Oi-k:.  Offi'ci.'il AdDiinis,trctoi-, For! t?leele, H. C.  , KO'J'IGJk  Xc^iee, ���' i.Ci'eby gi%cli 'h<n 00 difys after 'late  I intend fo.'ipply to lliechlef conini'"3!>ioiier of  i-aiid's an-1 v! ork** ii-v c 'jiccinl llccii-io to cut  .nut ciiriy iiv.r',' I'miiei from tin. fclTo'vi-;'' do-.-  <jril'Cd Inndi:  Commencing ������'��� ;1 l,'<lst yhm'cd  Weat comer ^I-i'-'-'JS^"11!'  jiny, nnd ikhIh  "I" JV-Iii'-''''  nloiii? I'liluioi H.ii-ei'k'  Xn-r ICou'.eii'iV, th'-'-i'-i  .(joiner of   '-"'-I  -'l'-"'  r.t, the "NuitJi  one, Ev.->\ Koo'e-  B.xr crtet, tlienco  tn f.o-t :;-;0J '-jol.j. oni',  ,->.',', to this .-'otlth iVt-s.!  tlienco dm'"1 **' clid'-is;  i'luwo west ��'Ocli��iiii^'t��<-nVo''soiith Ei) ohain-v  tliciicC't-.islSO uliiiiiis'-I'D point of eommouee-  jiieut, coiittiiulnik'M'J .icrcs iiioro t>r K*.s,;.  ryated luis^th d?y of July, 1?03.  for hours. Ko doubt he felt, hi.'pp-.or  than when he struck (he four foot  ledge of ore on the St. , flugene some  seven years ago. When lie finished  his fifteen tn dish ho rose from the  table, rubbed bis stomach and strolled  over to the side of the room, whero. he  took a seat witbjhe spectators, Every-  inducet' ent was ollered to p'ursuade  liini to return and eat some more ice  cream, but this noiv- preambitlating  refrigerator gracefully  had had quite enough.  The Ladies of tlio congregation wish  to express their thanks.* to the.ladies of  the. town who.-' go liberally ��� gn^-e  dotiationa of different thinga for the  social.  declined���he  i'��j��Iacod ItnloO to IC l*. Convcntioi-.  Kor tbo Knights of- PyHiins  co.nveny  J.;it     t(J  A.  Stepheussn  Tueeday.'.     ' -  -���'  Thereare letters at this office for  Geo, Idee and Wm. Lawson.  Mrs. li'anvey of Kitchener was in  Moyio a few days' this week.  Mark Brooke; formerly of this place,  is now engaged in ranching riea'r Mac���  leod Alb'efta.  Fntak  Cryderni.tu   returned    from  Macleod this week.-' Wlieu he reached  Mncleo'd^he fou'ud th'e positiou, of  hospital   sergeant    jit     the    iNfortliwfest  Mounted police filled.  Miss ll'eid left Thursday lor Kegina,  where she will visit for a time with  her sister.  J. vV". dicker-: was iu Periiie most of  the week, whore be is~ preparing lo go  into business.  , Miiss Schauder o! Missoula, Mont.,  ia here ^visiting with her sister. Mrs.  Conrad,  ^Constable   Driimiuoiul    cairie'  up  from Pcruie \\rc(hiosday and returned  the s-inio   day.    lie   will   remain   in  Fernie until tbe strike is-settled.  Mrs. P. J. McMahon returned from  Spokane Wednesday accoin'pmied by  her sisW,. Miss -Mugguis* and Miss  Eaton ox Sau Prancisco.  Miss Ethel Bcnup.tt of ivfarysvilje is  here visiting With Mr. and Mrs. Hope.  iMiss" Hobins'on/aschool teacher of  Mugrath; S. W. T., Mrs. ^orman Hill  of Cranbrook a'nd Mr. T. B~. liill oi  Vancoiivdr- were guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Ed Hill this week'.  Ira TQW'nsend wda cTow'n to Pincher j  Creek this weelv. f  R. A..Smith was in  Ocanbrook   this!  week looking nicer the shipping- oi his  cattle to liis ranch near Macleod. !  The genipl C. .Ross Palmer of. Gran- [  brook -va's in town a day or lv/o this J  week.        _ '    , .   I  Key. and,Mrs.Portune, Misa Fortune f.  nod Misa (Jnrd of  .Cranbrook   ore   in  Moyio. ��� They    .arc,    contemplating!  operatron." Mr. ifeayer  was' a vi'olib'ist1' and' $tdms�� oi c'on's'i'der-  able note. He was well kcnown in  Moyie. .-,.,-'���      -'-  3I6tliodIst CliurcU Services.  '   Sunday school at 3 p. m."   Preaching at 8'o'clock ;'.subjeot,'"Does it Pay  to Serve God?" A' hearty invitation is  extended to all;.  On Wednesday evening, July  ��3rd,  tbe Rev. S. J.Thompson of Cranbrook;  superintendent  of  this  mjasioD;   will  preach. , A good time i3 expec.ted.  A. E. 5IABSAALL. Padtor.  METAL   MARKETS  I^ew   Yohk���Bar silver, b'6   cents.  Lead, ,?4.12J.    Copper,  $12.20,  London���Lead, ��11, as..-     '   "  '  Elementary eeology anci chemistry  ar,e to be taught in the high school at  Rossland as a .special use in a mining  district.  In the presence of a congregation  which crowded Plymouth church, of  Seattle to its utmost capacity , last  Sunday-morning, the $30,000 mortgage which has just been paid off was  burned upon a tray.   '  A rehash of the stale and ancient5  story of the killing of - tho  Andre party by a party ol Eskimos  near Fort Churchill is going the  rounds of the press. It is aaid that  the killing was^done about two years  ago and that Rev. Dr. Feriies, a church  of England clergyman, brought down  tbe news.   ~  '  Because Father Murphy, who was  conducing service on Sunday at St.  Patrick's Catholic chUrchat Olyphanfc,  Pennsylvania, .refused to dismiss a  non-union man from hiscongregation,-  Stepheu Heap,- of the United Mine?.  workers of Arrieried.,' who requested  -the disn-iissal,- called ttpori- till present  whose sy'mp-athiea vTgre vvith the mine  workers and their pa-iise la cohie with*  liini/and he left the church followed  by between 150' and 200' persons.    .   '.  " Reports from Trail   with'  reference"  to  the* refinOry   re'cesl'bty  established  there aro to  the effect" that tho new  process of refining by nie'afis'  of ' electricity  is   attended   With' remarkable  success.   The degree df  perfection' 'to  which     it   has   been   b'roitglifc     wilt  be realized when' it' is" stated  th'a't the  refined <= product   tdrned   ou'fc by  the''  plant is hot less than .999 pure;   Th'ia  'means' ' that   in   every 1,000 pbtfnds  turned ,oui; there is but one pound of  material o'thef' than pure  lead.   The  statement is' made that such a '��� degree''  of purity is unparalleled" in the focbrd*s  of practical refining operations".  ^orcT^comefj from trisBee; Anzona/  to'lfie efee'e feat fMs'worlcPs record5in  ,'^'AC Ji1 ''-"ii-1'   i '-* "���   ,!'l'-i1s\ II , ,1iV     ,t    !i'Ji:a  -rock drilling was :broken   by   a, team  composed1 of j^clticiaoia   aW^oaa/ a*  tea'm *fro'ni'  British~6okmhia.   it is*  stated tliat this team' defeated' Malley  and Chamberlain,' the world's cham-  i pions in���the big rock' drilling contest'  held iu Bisbee on the Fourth of July.'  The information is further gifeu  that '  jMc2Tichols "and Ross established , the,  ���new record of 41f inches;   Ross; one.  of the winners, is believed   to ' bo the, ���  'same W. M. Ross who appeared at the  Elks' carnival. h$t September in 6po-,  kane.   the team was W. 351. Eoss and'  Q. S. McLeod and   hailed from  -Ross-,"  land.    They won the  contest  in  that'  city} drilling -ii inoliea lu Id  fiiiuutes.  ���^*^-*Aaw8mfX^acaiMQ;aaaaMi  ^*-  <������ ** .  s?  i-y w. ���'-������trni;  tiou ��t aan Krancicu   Aiigu.t  -;;   ;-canipiug on Moyie lake for a while.  ,jfll,  till)   tj,    I.      tb.      ./Ill      !;I311U     LlUI-wl.l*- j   i7o.ni lCooioruy   eomr.ioii    poinlti   tor' '       -  ���foO.OO'tor the return, good   all rail,, or |  via.   steamer,, iuclu'diug 'meals    and twinning oh its merits  berth from front'Portland, Victoria, or-I  Seattle.    For full partioulara  apply to ,  local agent, ��� j ��� y yy '  Used .in Millions of Hornet  40 Years' the Standard." A  Pure Cream bf Tartar P'ow-"  der.^ Superior" to" eveiy other  known,' MaMes"finest cake'  and pastrjr, light/ .B^fhi^  ���cuit, delicious griddle eaKes"'  ���palatable and" vvhoiesdme,;'  Linber"PIuR Smokinsr Tobacco  is  "Haye you tried it-?''  Sitve the tags they are Valuibis,  Price Dankinq  'jjlQWDER'Ccv  OHIQAQOi-  KoTt-.���Avoid taking; powders made from  alum,    They look like pure powders,  and   may raise  the   cake),   but   alum  is a poison and.no one.<?"nn. eat food '  mixed with it without injury to health  *: ,  1    'I  1 <.  ''   , ,1-  :'   di  Ll \       ' S  ' t  I '     I  L  4  mM^Bsgssmmz^  mmmmmmmmm  'cXJp?  W&aHKr yKWWIHriM^  r -, ,  m  i-��  ' ' i  iiX'  <  f  c   *  il'  r'  C  \'I. I '  "Mi"  '7��  o  THE LADY  OF LYNN  and   looked  <*u,   holding their breath.  There was uo longer any fear on account of their champion.   For the first f  time in their lives they saw as fine al  master of fence as ever en me out of the I  By SIR  WALTER  BESANT.  (Copyright 1900 by Sir Walter liosauU)  " 'What do you want, then?"  "'You must send away those two  bulking fellows behind you. I am willing to tight you with swords, but I am  not going to flght your lackeys w*ith  Hubs."  *~lV>m turned round. 'Here, you fel-  loirs; get off. Go and stand beside the  chair. . Whatever happens, don't interfere. Weil, my lord, the sooner this  ������vent comes off the better.' "  Ue laid down his sword and took off  coat   and   waistcoat,   turning   up' the  ���deere of his right arm.   Then he turned to Molly and sainted hor.   "Mistress  ' Molly." he said, with a grin, "you are  going to have a very line sight.    Per-  hups when It is over you will tie sorry  for your shilly sliaiiy-stand oif-no.  1  won't fuss.:, You're uot worth carrying  off.   if I'd known���   Now, my lord."  ,    Lord   f-'ylingdale  had   also   removed  his coat and waistcoat and now slood  In his shirt, with the sleeves rolled up  hat Jess.  J usi at  that  moment  the  sun  rose  .   swiftly, as is his manner in this flat  country,    it was as If the earth had  '     l��i|i��l into light In order to give these j  swordsmen-a clearer view of each olh-  or.  They were a swing-- contrast���Molly's  champion   erect,   pale  and   cahn  his adversary bent as if with passion,'  grasping his sword with eager baud.  ,"IJe  means' mischief,"  repeated   the  gentleman ot the troop.    "I would this  misiness was ended.    1   wonder If (be  noble lord can light   De does not look-  afraid anyhow."  ,     "He loots as if be could feel neither  ,  rear nor anger nor love nor any pas-  sioii  at all.    Ue  is an  iceberg.    Ha  they are' beginning.'"  They faced end) other. '   -  The swords crossed.    "I.ool  self." cried  Tom    "I will  a pigeon " '       '  ni-"st;iih|ieil on.| limited.  Was    p-|I-.r |,.,1    (.;,<||V  J'"'''-'"' ���'   ���' n'   ��� -i-i  ���!����� i n   win) a slitrht  turn of the wrist the thrust was par.  ried, but as yet Lord Fylingdale .seemod to stand on the defensive.  tc your-  !*I>u yon like  The thrust  liciniy      I'om  schools of Paris. Meantime the other  man- was as one maddened. He drew  back; he roared like a bull; be rushed  upon his enemy; he panted and gasped; but be continued the fight undaunted.  Suddenly his sword flew out of his  hand and fell In the field beside the  chaise.  "Pick up your master's sword," Lord  Fylingdaleordered the chairmen.  The spectators looked, to see Tom  run through-on the spot. On the contrary. Lord Fylingdale remained In his  attitude of defense. He was playing  with iiis enemy.  "Take your sword." be said.    "You  are at my mercy.  But take your sword,  man.    We have only just begun."  ' Tom  received liis sword and  wiped  the mud upon his shirt. ' ���Then he renewed the attack. ' But It was with less  confidence.-    That   one   should   refuse  to'finish the duel when he had disarmed his adversary was a 'thing beyond  his experience.  "Tom  is dashed,"  said  one  of the  company,   "it is all over with Tom."  It  was.    After" a  few  more lunges,  parried with the same quiet skill and  calmness   of   manner.  .Tom's   sword  once more flew out of his band.    Then  the duel was over, for Lord Fylingdale  made one thrust, and his sword passed  clean   through   the   right  arm   at   the  shoulder, passing out at the other side  Tom reeled.   One of his chairmen ran  to   his   help,   and   he   fell   upon   the  ground,  fainting, 0in  a small pool  of  blood. ' c  Lord Fylingdale paid no'attention to  him.   He wiped bis sword on the grass  replaced It in tbe scabbard aud put on  his coat and waistcoat   This done  be  advanced to Molly.  "Madam," he slid, "we are fortunate, indeed. In being able to effect a  rescue. This is not a place for a jndy  nor is this a sight that one would wilV  ingly offer you. I trust' that do violence has been used."  "I thank-your lordship. It-was a  horrid sight. Oh. do not let the poor  man die! He Is a villain, but he" has  failed.   Be merciful."  ���-'Sh?,.."^ ca?t?ln came running un  Molly!" he cried with the tears running down his face.    "Molly,  wo are  They'haven't  married  CHAPTER IX.  THE LAST STEP BUT OKK.  ORD FYLINGDALE re-  sol yea to marry Molly.  You    shall    bear    by  what cunning tbfs noble and virtuous person,   this- adornment  and boast of the peerage, laJd his plana for  securing   the   fortune   and   the   hand  of   our   Molly.     He   Jiad' persuaded  fhe simple old sailor to believe anything  be  chose  to   advance;   he   had  shown himself in the eyes of the girl  that which women admire more than  anything else in the world���possessed  THE ROYAL SOCIETY I  SCOPE  AND   PURPOSE OF THE  CAN  ADIAN   ORGANIZATION.  Member* Jlu��t First Have Umcomo Dli.  Unfulfilled in homo iiranc'i tit JLenrn-  \n�� Hafore Kein? KlicibU a�� ''allows ���  A Dominion >oci��:.v���How tha EiptDim  of tlio Annual Meeting; and Kecurdt Art  .11 et.  Tho Koyal Society of ''Jana.la,  which met in Toronto from May 2G  to 2U nt Toronto University, was  formed for the purpose of uniting in  of fearlessness and skill; he had also   t,.ie f>ritfndly bonds  ��t literature nnd  shown himself ready to place his courage and his skill at the service arid for  the rescue of a woman. So far.everything was prepared and In readiness  for tbe next step. But tliere were certain obstacles still in the way. These  he proceeded to remove.  The Lady Anastasfa, After the morning prayers, at which she was a regular attendant, generally returned to "her  lodging, where she sat with her maid  engaged in the important affairs of1 the  toilet until, dinner,  was carried to Lady Anastasia's lodg  iug in the market place.  The lady dismissed her maid. "You  have something, to tell me. Ludovle"  she said. "I cannot tell from your face  whether you are going to deal truthfully. I have had experience of,the other  way.   Sow, what Is It?"  "What I have come, to say is important   Anastasla, in this mutter I have  given you my entire confidence.   There  have* been,  1  own, occasions  when  J  have been compelled-   But all that is  over.. I now confide absolutely In you  and  in you alone.    My 'interests are  yours." ��� '  "You have already given me that assurance." She Implied, perhaps.'"bv  these words that the assurance ��� and  tbe fact-were not Identical.    '  e-  ,  "What can I give you except my-as'  suranee?" , - '-,  Nothing, truly,  science those who in all ,the provinces  of Canada 'have most distinguished  Uu'iii.seives in those branches of mental activity. 'J he charter of thii  Uoyal Society of the mother country seems to have been the model  followed, and, although that society  has of late years neglected literature,  the Canadian society ims given more  weight, to that form of culLure than  to thu applied bciences.  It ought, to     be    generally    known  'hit  the  society   is   by  iis  <��� jns*itu-  Lor<r~Fynncdaiol U��" }imiUHi -�� "��mber.s7 Jt is not a  1   iyimBa*te   society,   like  those   which     exLst-    In  'Jie.ii,    Britain     nnd     in  the,, United  .States of America, which the general  public ate invited to join, and by association  aid. in  the 'advancement of  knowledge.    Nor is  it like  (he many  valuable societies which exist in most  large   cities   for .the 'cultivation  - of  home special  subject,   which   all    can  join   who  declare  their "'interest ' In  that pursuit.      To become a member  one must already have' become '  distinguished  in  some   branch  of  learning,    .have -  made original  investigations   in, science  or   published   works  oi  literary .merit.   Nominations must  be made a year before election,    nnd  tho qualification of each new   candidate for tho honor     of becoming     a  member of the society nro sun <i   by  tho   proposer   and  seconder,-   printed  and  distributed,   so  that the    ballot  may  bo taken after a  full  discussion'  of the merits of the person proposed  Nor is this an idle form:   The biblio  Arc you g,  to start a  Newspape,])  ACTS GENTLY    ,��-     LIVER  on    .**V!5i        awn  kibN  (fV~'        AND      -  p   B0WEI5-  CLDWSeS THE SYST^  WLEflN|    EFFECTUALLY;  OVERCOMES  '*��W^'  But, pray, g0 on.   1  ^BitualCo  1 - UAL        PERMANENTLY  t$Xfr&*  BUY THE GENUINE-MAN;rO BY  goroRNlApGJYRVFg  gil��^Bl��UDPU66l5TS. PRICE SQc.Pfiiwrbi,  '���  rhcn wr,tc (0 Us,  terms upon TYPE M>kl  MACHINERY    J'^  JI Ve carry (hc on,     I  ^hwcsl, and ^3  P'd* Job and New '^  short notice* also -Wi  all sizes and styles.  Toronto Type  Co'y, Limited..!  175 McDcrmot-Avenue, 1  Colorao  for your  ii  Sum  mer  o-  hear,that you have been plavlnc tho   ST,'**1- Vo,u",e of <-h<-' Koyal   So-  partofthe,k*nfgbt.rra^aP0dTght"g   -^^^,n^   tfyesjong   UsU  for  not too late?  exposes himself at every lunge.    See'  ,   He has lost his head.   One would think  be   was  fighting  with  an  automaton  who could only parry."      '   u -  At   the  door  stood   the   object  and  cause  of tho  encounter���namely   the  girl���-who bad brought all this trouble  upon Torn  Rising's  head.    She stood  motionless; hardly breathing, watchin-  the duel as they say the Roman won"  en used to watch the fight of tho gladiators   in -the,amphitheater, and as  I  have seen, the Spanish women watch  the men who fought" the bulls in their  circus.   I believe that women, in spite I  said,  have  ��c ria. UKjN-rtft ciotmo rAixrwc ia  A small ��ool or stood,*  widow as soon as a wife."  "Captain, can you ask" me?   Tbe man  had a chaise waiting here and would  have forced me into it.   But I ran into  the house and so Into tbe upper floor,  whither lie could not foll6w.    Ho set  his men to pull off ,the thatch.   What  he would have done next I know not  But I could defend myself."  "What is that in your hand, Molly?"  It was the knife, which she still Held  In readiness.    She threw, it'away    "J  shall   not   need   It   now,"   she  "What do   you   think  I   should  done with it?"  "Molly, I know what you would have  done. I said that there was no man in  England who could marry you against  your will, it was his heart and not his  shoulder that would, have received the  knife.- My dear, I knew my Molly I  knew my girl.",  Then the other gentlemen crowded  round, offering their congratulations  no one taking the least notice of the  unlucky-Tom, who still lay paie aud  bleeding on the ground.  It was Lord Fylingdale who came to  his assistance. --Here,, fellow," he ordered the chairman. -Take up your  master and put him in the chair. So  and as for you," he addressed the post-'  boy, 'here is a guinea. Drive as fast  as you can back to Lynn. Put him to  bed in his lodging and send for a sur-  8t3ershe dle?" aSkGd ��ne 0f ^ **���  distressed damsels. 1 laughed  when I beard of It You to tight on the  side of-the angelsl dWhere are your  wings, my Ludovle?"    .    ��  "The  thing happened .exactly  as' I  could have wished. The'country bumpkin who carried ber off had no knbwl-  edge of fence.    He could only, lunge  and he was balf drunk.   There was a  .great.appearance of desperate flehtina  because he was mad with dWnf an<?  disappointment.   I played with the fellow long enough to, make a show of  courage  and ..danger,, then  I  pinked  him."  "Is he dead?" , '  "I believe that.be Is ln some kind of  fever. ^Well; Anastasla, tbe result'of  the affair is that I, have uo*r arrived  at perfect confidence ,ou tho.pa.rt of my  old friend the guardian." * ' ,,  "And with the girl?" , Tl -  "The girl matters nothing.'��� The first  part of the business Is done. You can  now go back .to London"���  "To go back to London?" she replied*  suspiciously.      <- ,- -  d    - ���  "You have done all I wanted done  of the printed works of all the  b;  sts  mem-  ,7     REASONABLE SIGNS.  ''I'tn    in court." retid '' a card    on  the lawyer's     door;   "Af ��� tho hospi-  -n'   ha,,',c?rs on  V-'e <l��c'lor's slate,  Do back  m  an  ' hour," 'say Severn  more. while,others invito one to  down     and'    wait.'  on  bars,   covering .'the  widest  nmye"~ Jf J bank." -is' u< brol^r^slv,,-10  subjects,   from  poetry   to    statistics, jsoon/-   is found b  from novels to treatises of rbytc.es. -'  -The meetings are annual, and, this  being a Dominion society;-are i-Mial-  ly held at Ottawa, but,as the Principal of tho Toronto University was  the President for' 1902 'it wa.s'  thought a fitting compliment io Mr  Loucjon that the meeting 0f the year  should be held in the city where he  rcfc'i-dea. '  , These meetings last the cr(ater  part of a week, when whatever of  new the members have to .contrlbuta  to tho literary and scientific world in  ':Sit  "   the  Back  ���      ,     . , ---     the ice' dealer's  bOOk;   ..S,ck   j���   bcd/.   js   lho ����  w��L S>?S ,,,S     boofc-   :Twa* every-  whciie thus, so,  with, nothing to do -  I hied     me. away,  to     tho ..baseball'  ground:   and   there. ���   strange' to sav  yet none the less  true,  each or    the.  above ,,, the- grand stand T found  Peaks three miles I  snow-clad in July-  flashing trout streaj  big game��� campfoj.  niouritain climbing  ^Ask for our book-  "A Colorado Summer.!  lUBY-g  OWN    TABLETS.  "C. C. CARPENTER, Pi  "   503 Guaranty  Alihneapolis,     -   .  m  brought forward  at  the gathering cf  the .appropriate sections., The record-  Cu'r<;  All   Minor,, Ills. ,and  Bring .-Joy  and   Comfort  to   Unby ,und d  * " '     '   Mother. v    -  here.   You have given me a very good  character.   v^" '* ��� -=��� -**  their   tender   hearts,   are   carried  away, out of themselves, by the sight  of   mere   fighting.     It   Is  a. spectacle  which they cannot choose but gaze upon,    it shows tho true nature of man  as  opposed   to   that  of  woman.     He  stands up and risks bis life/trustln-  sometimes to his skill, as iu a du6l with  bwords, and sometimes to chance,  as  on a battlelk-ld whore the bullets are  flying.     Molly  therefore  watched  the  fight  with  gleaming eyes and  parted  lips.   She was almost ready to forgive  he man  who had attempted this in-  jury for the.sake of his courage, and  she could  not sufllclently admire  his  adversary for the cold and impassive  way in which he met'every furious attack, Just with a simple turn of the  wrist, as It seemed to'her.  ,   Tom was a strong aud lusty fellow  and  he could  fight after his  fashion,'  which   was   with   thrust  upon   thrust,  fast and furious, as if reckless of himself go that he could  engage  his adversary   wholly   In   tlefeuse   until   he  found a moment of weakness.  He bad fought many times and hitherto always without a scratch or a  wound, the light always ending with  his adversary prostrate. On this occa  son, however, he found that every  thrust was parried, that his adversary  yielded not so much ns an inch of  ground and that he had to do' with a  wrist of Iron and the eye of a. hawk  ���Jack," said. Molly, "I hope that l'de-  jdred not the death of the young many  but I did. desire his defeaL it T��  splendid to see bim stamping on the  ground  and  attacking  iiw ,,������+���,l".  'I should think It not unlikely His  wound Js dangerous, and, if I know  anything about a man, "from bis appearance I should say that ho' would  be inclined to fever. But we are not  concerned with bis fate, whether he  dies or lives; he has attempted a villainous act and has met with a fitting  punishment." . h  The carriage with the wounded man  ".;t^ent rattling along the road, tin  jeiks and bumps among the ruts being  enough to keep the wound open  and  the blood flowing.  Then    Lord    Fylingdale   called    the  chairmen     "Who are you?" he asked.  Do you belong to the town of Lynn?"  saW    "l*T��kCd-* CaCh 0ther*   T1,en 0I1G  You have charmed ibe people of the spa. You have flattered the  girl and inspired her ,with discontent  Why should you stay any longer.?" '  "To be surei I am at great expense,  and tho bank Is in a poor way. But  what are you going to do?"  "Anastasia," he sat down and took  her hand,  "I have Inquired carefully  Into the whole business." ' There Is no  doubt, none whatever, that tho girl Is  far richer than even her guardian understands. ,Sho has'a huge income, a  great accumulation of money and, what  is more, a collection of jewels which is  in itself a large fortune!    Go back to  London tomorrow or next day.   Then  sit down and write a letter inviting the  girl, to stay at your house.    Bid her  bring with her all her Jewel's and finery.   I, for my part, 'will urge tb& cap-  tarn to let her accept the Invitation.";  ^y"All   this - Is   very   circumstantial.  What then?"  "I will promise the captain to find  her a husband, a man of position, a  man of rank, and, above all, one as  virtuous as myself." He said this  without the least blush or even a  smile.  "Where is that husband to be  found?"  of tha papers is, found in. a .series of  handsome volumes issued by the society  an(i   .<ustribulod'  to,thc    ch"lef  "world        SociOLi6s ;  of '   the-civil/zed  nntiSnU��P*C-Ia"J- -ntcrCflU���� session is  annually g,von to the reception' of  ������cpor.ts from the various working societies 'in all parts of Canada wni-h  arc afhliated nnd, send delegates'  he Royal Society. These0 are ,,  lariy printed  Disease , attacks  6  ihe  little v ones  /ANADIAN  stitute,  the doyen of the lc-,r����i   si>  oietics of Ontario,  and'    one "of    tZ  most distinguished   i  to  .  .�� Cfir^"  frt ,,��� . , ,. -inti tbus an apercu ii  to lo had oi the ' progress of thi  whole   country ., ,-���    ',hl! - VWS\H       .'  -�� -"ledge.    Kvc.   the  Canadian    Jn  b-  of    the  . ii Cnn.ida,     does  not re.use its friendly aid  in making  this imjorfnnt list complete..      "     *  ��h.* hring-nr together, of   so    note-  worthy n |,fK|y      of Jiitcrntoura d  wiJi  Measure by- the citizens  of   Ot-'  W?;,y- l,'C,le" pftrt!M ,l,,r! receptions  aio g,v,n l,y. th,, . citizens aid the  ,hci fu.Kti'cnarics, attended bv the  -ovenor-cjcneral   and   the   Ministers.'  [through the.digestive organs.   Baby's  Own Tablets aro  Uie best things    in  he .world for all bowel and stomach  uoube.s of* children.   They act'quickly and gwilly.-und always, euro fndi-  g&tion    colic,, cohstiliation and diarrhoea.   They are, also a- great -  help  to   teething  children.   Mrs., CJabriello  Barnes    Six Alile J^ke,  Ont.,-  snys-  Babys Own     Tablets    reached'   me  just .m tune as my tmfjy was very ill  with   indigestion   and'howeL  trouble,  and l am happy  tb  say the Tablets  relieved him after    a /pw doses.   lie  is  now doing splendidly ���with just  a  tablet now and then when be is restless.    I  am the mother .'of eight children and   r have tried  nearly all  the  old remedies, but have never found a  medicine equal   to Baby's  0\o  Tab-  lots."        " ���  are ��i\en by  oiali.���  Ui.*   ti  hers  v. 1  r  r  iVi  ,lia viMtr.r.-i'aiifl lho members   of tlici  iTliZ:^   hH"~-       SubscrlplioA  "���u;n by private persons and cor*  .-M'-fiics  for  defraying part    of  -poling expenses of  the     mem--.  _-is v.ho cannot well, afford tho ra'l-  v ay.iaies. and it is no disgrace t0'a  votary either Q[ iiLei,Uurb"or scienc*  to I,c poor ju com of the realm or tlu  L!,?i,.,.,f��!/?.,pay ,of  its banks.    It   is  Ihe Tablets are guaranteed to contain no opiate or harmriil drug and  crushed to a powder they can be  given to tho smallest, feeblest child  with, a certainty of g00d results.  r,i? * yo-aU drueff��sts, or sent post  J aid  at  2;,  cents  a .   box by   writing  tmly. ��rTV,n0,     ��nt-   ��r  SHl('��^"  .   "THE" ROUTE TO |  t  Australasia  ���       -"-- ^le Orl  t CANADA'S SCENIC R0U|  Travel by the ,C. P.Tt. and  ' sured of SOLID COMFO"  ' First-class C. P. R. Sleet  ' on ail through trnlns.  TliroiiRh Tourist Sleepers  Tourist Kates quoted to nil:  East, West, Souj  The Old Couiiln]  The Orient,  The Antipodes,  Tor  su  r  samo  object.  The public n. _  hear  thepapers read,   but there  ubbcnptions have been paid by   Toon to s     merchant     princes     for  the  re always welcomed (0  R]lHt���     . ing  like lightning  But it was more splendid to see his adversary ^Immovable. Ho stood, ,ikoa  rock. He showed neither passion noi  excitement He parried every thrust  with just a turn of bis wrist"  The gentlemen on horseback closed in  Sn���ir�� m",   We   b��  from   Swaffham.  Squire ltlsing sent for us to do  bis  ��� UtJQ ,r��Ur poles-   You m��st now  carry the lady back."  "We have done our work," said his  lordship, "it remains for us to escort  Miss Molly home again. Madam, you  can leave this foul den with the consciousness that you are avenged."  "Indeed I want no revenge."  "Justice has been done. Justice fe  not revenge. You can now. madam, go  back m the chair in which you wofo  brought here. The villain who made  the attempt Is already on his way bacl*  Since you desire mercy rather than re-  S1ataI''mUSth��PetUatlliSWouudi8  V So' Molly re-entered the chair.   Then  she was brought home In triumph   The  the   property.     True,  there-  are tho creditors, but we might taka  SrtwdetalDOrS- ^ must not be  suffered to got out." ��� Ho went on sag-  gesting deceits aud villainies  ''You said >C What have I to do  with the scheme? it is, you must co��  fess. Ludovle, one of those arruge-  ments or understandings which S.  world calls a conspiracy"-  Lord  Fylingdale released her llflU(J  ��ifratWthi?t,Paln0dlh,a scnsUlve ��nt  If at this time, after all we have dona  together   wo are to talk of cons*  ,.;-.' "-1 '����  ''ONTTJ*lJED>]  _.      Eskimo  1'ai.tlme*.  ^est t0 gambling the  r-m���  like to wrestle. ^slvimo taea  ngs  that  Drunimond  appreciated 9    And  do  tlmt  Larupman's  short  and   (hat  adorn that platform ?  to i��I^; ""l? ^si"�� l�� devoted  Ject     Ono   m"  80,"��  "^k'htiric    sub-  was     first  "'o  not  regret  Promise   was     cut  he     will   no     longer  Tlio  Florin.  .  The florin, one of the most famous of  modern coins, originated  In  Florence  Some say that ft gave the name to the  city,  while others assert that It w-as  flrst so called because it bad on It a  flower-de-luce, from the TtaJInn florone,  or    flower," for the same reason that  an   English   silver   piece  Is   called  crown,"    or    certain    goldpleccs  I'-anee Indifferently a "nnpoleon" or _  louls," or .the ten dollar goldplccc In  America an   eagle."  Two countries,. Austria and Holland  have regained  lho  florin as n unit of  monetary   value,  taking it nt a .time  when it was very universal In*Europe  Us usage having been rendered general*  by the financial supremacy of the little  states of northern Italy and the Jmper-  feet coinage system of the other cobu-  tries of the contlnenL  Those desiring 'nfonuatioij  gnrd to any part of the iwf  ed by the C. F. H or its tod  are ro.-uested to apply to cif  H. reprcsentativo^or to  C. E. AlcPHERSDl  "Con.   Pa*.   Act. Ha  Canadian jlfortivj  a  In  a  astern   Tool  -via  tlio-  consplriu-  he  i(!-l>'  of  the  way     nle  ��o     through     walls  us if thoy were tratis-  f'aphy  w���s ::,'  llt.an(- ,  wiivlPss  telo-  thi-ough tlu-K..   "     "   .to   he,possible  Tlert^ia,,   Wav,,s  nnd pnriii,jons  parent    bti-(.vn.s  Weat  Rati  "ff.  ".tlnitoSfrtt ���a8t0,?8e,,0��i.io-|���-.get  Afeat    eating   reached "it-  l.eight In this country   Jfw^'f^t  coss   are   charged n,"!  anu-.t0 -Us ex-  rheumatism,   gSn   a^l ��r.0y?]��*<*. of  and   the  eonse'qnen^ heart'dim   ��VilS  which annually mow ^ dl��lcultfea  proportion of the population       'ar��e a '  ��� The Toronto "?"flfrful vibrations.  Society a.-e :-��'.'uTv?��� of: ih6 I:��^l  University',' i{ev ���x ".sulent of the  Artliur-lla'rvoy inroJ' ;'Wnrk.'"-'. Afr.  Ooo. W. Kosm'm,. i-'u nrkin- 7I��J"'  nov.   Th.   Withrow    pre1 SA   Allison,  F.   Stupartd Prof     V "' |lc     ^  IVof    . .llacalliiin-'-       i.,.dk A-01��-iunn,  *I��iit;  Liout.-Cu,. o. T "  Wi-IkH  -%''.  Mr, it.  Col  Uainaay-  A July SnnvrHtnrm<  In tho year lSr.fi a snowKtorm swent  over New York on tho nth of July 't  was Monday, and tho fireworks, which  were thou set off l��� front of Cc Jv  SL[U.Cnbra"0n    ��f   tfii   Kl��rl��">  nrnT'    mm]  bP��"  k��Pt 0VCP  fr0"'  Sot-  enough in tho morning and during the  wnTi T', ��f ihC *������������. but to-  ward dusk be'avy clouds appeared In  the sky, a northwest wind followed,  i��e.thermometer went down to Sl-de-  grees-oue degree below freeslng-and I  ^8,)'^f,��'^ -ame down ���t a lively I  Miit    Wen who went out that nialit  ��of   Ind them  unoomforlable,  for the  cold lusted for hours. y  Great Lak|  Tourist  Kales  to nil po'*1  ONTARIO. QUE!  MARITIME    iW  ond EASTERN ST\]  One of the most delight';]  with every modern roinomsj  tho  comfort of passengers-  Ocean Tickets!  by all M  For   dates   of  Hiuluig  tlon of berths apply to un?"  tho  Canadian   Northern iw"  C.F.O. I'-'fl  Trunin Mun��fer,?r'  ��nd i  iin.v 'j  Ilmi'l  to  H m' ��  ,)f-nlson.  I'lu.l.,,,,.   ,;.,,,,,.  Teacher--Now wh;,.\  Pi'inoe's Inst war ?     *'  W,Wthc  ���rlease  miss,   the  Judv.  Intel!  o Black  ,   'Kent p,lpi,  <-����  ho  died  !���;_  . To Bs-'riiot Oil' Ifrom' Wmu\.  MJ>.got th.-- e.sse.itlnl oil from Wood.  barks roots, herb,, etc.. phuvthou, in  a bo Ie and pour upon thom a snooiii'ul  of ether. Iveep In ��� cool ph.co ��� few  hours n���d then fill the bottle w th  cold water. The essential oil w  BWim upon the surface and may be  easily separated.  '        .d"-'six."��fii����Ir��.i'.M��.rt��"  It is,.difficult'   (o account  enormous    velocity ?' so ^  /light  when     nifgnit"^     j  crn     bluo  of     540  800     miles,   from  land,  in roil i.     8��f    flifi  miles nn ^r, %  in a.spni.gfl^'^'ri  nine hours. Virginal, |  from Labraflo.r ,0 ,,���,,,'H  9,600 miles, willioi't s ^  ing at tho rn.li; <lf ' ]  hour,  and -prohahly i"*}' '^i  this speed  be ohlm"*-" '  hciglitSi.  �������� si"1'  IS f"1'"  resort I' to great  rosistone'e of tho  Mature  Noteo.  air  'i&rMk '^^ft^-wgff��^<iBiiL' ���&& ��� you j  start a  vspapJ  wr��*e (o us  on TYPE  fERY.   ���'.  -ythconlyJ  bYIfc LEADER/  foriB,  B.   c.  Slltnte  For   KfSftH. ,   ,  <are scarce, put away at  lip of mashed potatoes in  een strained a tablespoon-  and  mix it in the corn  "next morning.    You   will  light and sweet.  The Cingalese h��^^ '  and sun are workup )r 7 be raooT1  tlint part of the thnj t,"^8')urI>��ses;  fflng the moon across , ,"-*"--- 's drag-  afterward the moo,.'tJ-,d ,y amJ t!">t  pulling the sun about 'ntl.. Ulra at  ���** I'lYlT-rfiTir  '-. and can |  and NeW]  i��; also  nd styb.  'Jpapctd  'olBOiioim  Wax.  distance secreted by the  inalogous to the fat of the  ials. The wax of a species  Jon in Patagonia, Tierra del  other parts of southern  and the adjacent is-  jtrk blue In color andjs said  poisonous than arsenic.    ,  nanuihCDM  According to  .Mosli.,u"tr...,it.  foundations of the citv ol   i       ' the  were laid soon after the ere-, ;        S(MW  'earth. ^dion of uu.  . No  You  body in  Swear  Wor,!,   r���   Jn������n  cannot sw,,lr at or ������������,*/  the .laiiaue.se langn.-  MARKET REVIEW.  w  iny-  I'lie  Type  ito iype  :��'y. Limited.  ���rmot'Avenmi  iorai  L  Ilnrd   Wood.  they have' a single word  jrrenee very common, with  liter, the bursting of a.wails is the word: "Hochquei-  jferimgarohrenfatalitaton."  >n is the    shadow cast by  Lnd dependent on the1 light  is seen.  + MOM(|litlo   HfjffJM.  The   mosquito  eggs are.' it )B ,,U]  hatched in from four to seven davs  .cording to the warmth of the weather.  Norway Fitthcrfea.  A comparison has been drawn In Nor  way.as to theprolit of the fisheries "���  the sen and In the rivers whi,-;18ll0Wg  th.it .ibe former are three tiu.es as re-  nm iterative us the latter.   '  nimenl is best flair Restorer.  JflAtCYONUOT SPRINGS,,.B.C.  gem  that cannot be  im  leopnld its  delicttto  tints  ^simulated.    '  CHAIN  AND PRODUCE.  stiemVi0 f" r ~ Moi'e ��"=tivity and  sncSf '��� 'e be��" ""tested in the  nasi   ���t T Yheat mark<*s during the  21",   Ihere    ��� a    general    com-.  laint    however,   that the  public     is  ��  t    nterested  in    wheat at present,  ldtVTket iS leit m����� to what  called   the     professional     element,  without a widespread buying on  01   tiie public it is diifir-ult  arouse enough  buying' enthusiasm  whih. T^'i  1>^^-iH^^aBy,.so that  uLT',"W  ^ave-^een- active  and  stonjr at u t,       lQse Qf lhe  ^prices Jc to l'c lower than a  week ago. Jt has been' a mixed mar-  sometimes the future deliveries  ���ave been the,, .strongest, then again-  cash or July delivery would be  or than the futures, the result  week is that the spread be-"  tween the _ July and the September  *u.cl December deliveries has narrowed  Hilly  ��c. .  Manitoba wheat has been, rather  dull all week, except that there litis  been a fair demand for spot-wheat  to I'll, June contracts. Exporters are  doing nothing and will not buy  Through    the  week'spot  No.  LUMBAGO.  ���N'OVA SCOTIA MAN HAS FOUND  A  SURE REMEDY.  Vs  and  Lhe  part  to  to   Ullvt  kef  h,  the  SLlOIIjL  on  the  Claims That Lumbago Can- be' Cured���ire Himself Had Suffered for 25  Years���Hope for Apparently Hopeless  Cases.  very many treat-  ahead:'  hree miles hit  ad in July-  trout strcdrj  e��� camping  n climbing,  iur book-  ado Summer]  nta  ENTER, Pi!  uaranty 6%!  ;ss Cannot Be Cureu  lien lions,,as thoy cannot roach tho  lion of the Gar.    Thero is only one  )oafiio.ss, aud that is by coastil.u-  ios.'   Deafness ia caused by an in-  ion of tho mucous'liiiimr of tho  Cube.   When ttiis tubo gets inflatn-  a rumbling sound  or im perfect  [whoa it is entirely closed deafness  jatnl unless tlio inflammation can  l,aud this tubo restored toitsnor-  gn, hearing will bo destroyed for  rases out ot ten are caused  by cats notliiiif*- liub uu iiiilamod con-  I mucoui surfaces,  ivo One Hundred Dollars for any  jrnoss (c'ln.sod by catarrh) that can-  '" by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ������ Seiid for  too.  I>\ J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O  ruRglst'-.Tuc. ,o "   ,    ;    '  lily l'ilis are the best.  .Without question- the 'beat and  moat-effective spring., In Canada for  the cure of rheumatism, kidney ' or  liver, troubles. Tho medicinal .qualities - of .the water aro unequalled.  8plendld, hotel accommodation  fishing and hunting. An ideal  for tha'lnvalid.  "  ;  fine  spot  nor-  at ic  lilies in the Jnterjoiyof Rus-  loincidcnt  sdity,   due  with'-'a1 decline in  in  great  measure  " ROUTE TO I  asm  the  Qpl  SCENIC ROuf  C P. ft. and |  LID COMFOl  . P. R. Sleep  i trnlns.  Sleepers*  loted to tSli  ;est, Sooj  Couiitnl  ent,  .ipodes,  i*jtniction of forests.    ' -  ). C. Richards & Co':  -While ,in    the, r countrj**"  ��-r   1 ^*as ��� badly bitten by  -.so badly .that. 1' thought  ?��.' disfigured for a' couple of  \wis  advised   to   try     your;  to allay the irritation, and'  Tho effect ,was .more  than  bd���a    few  applications com-'  curing1 the     irritation,   pre-  the bites from becoming sore.  Lettuce , Sandwiches,  tuce lie in .cold water  for," at ' least an hour  their dry ; thoroughly  towel. ' Spread thin slices of buttered  bread with salad dressing made from  the above rule and place? between  thom tender, crisp lettuce loaVes  -Let your Jet-  on tho ice box  before using,  with a clean  MONTHS OF PAIN.  I  noithern has sold up to 7-1 ic.  and  No-  2 northern,, 72jcr in storo. Fort  William,  und yesterday spot or June  delivery was so,id at 74c; 1  northern  72}c;   No.   2  iiorthorn.   But  the  best^  prices    obtainable for J^ly  delivery,  Jji  store,   Fort, William,' arc:  1  hard,'  752c; 1 northern,   '734c; and 2  thorn,   71Jc.   These  are sellers  over these prices.  IS U'rrEJt���Creamery���Offerings are  larger than they have been, but everything coming is absorbed by the'  local and shipping demand'. Prices  are better this week and dealers now  quote 17c per pound for choice creamery  f.o.b.   at .factory.    -     ���  BUTTER���Dairy���Supplies     are increasing and more    than a fair  portion of     the.butter offerin"  inferior   quality.    This   ' seems"  inevitable  where  butter is  ted  from  so  it  my-  CA USED  IIY     A TUMOR  13 It R A ST.' '  OF    THE  *S,    LlNT.liENT is  rticle to keep  off the  also .   a  mosqui-  ���  Yours truly,  W.  A.  Grace," Nfld, Jan. 8,  OICE.  1898.  ion should ever use  jfan   the    Jaw  allows  a swear  to     her  Mrs,  J.  AL, Timbers,  of llawkesbury,  (' Tells How  She Obtained '.Relief  ' , '��� After  Doctors  Had   Failed.  pro-  is  of  to   be''  accumula-  many  sections   of country and from  so  many different  pie as is the case in -Manitoba,  market' was   bare "'of   second  and  in     fact    ���in   everything  peo-  The  grades  in  the  of dairy butter when this  opened and it will be a pity  should be filled up again so  with ' unsalable,' second grade  Some ������ of" the     butter offered  n  iover was, and  never will   be,  panacea, in ono remedy,.for nil l'l-s  llesh ia heir���tho very nature of  d iclievo ono ill in turn would ag- j "rsiug my  bo  olher.   Wo   have, however, in*"*-   nursing  fine, when obbiinable iu a sound, j breast  ��ii    8��'���t<?��� n remf-dJ' f��r many and ' .shai-|i  Ills.   By ltd gradual and judiciousI!  hiforaiatioil  of the fforl  t   or ila cou  ap|ily lo ui  -or to  McPHERSDl  Act. ����  (ortbl  rn  Toi  the���  Lall  Etli  > ni  01  QUO  N SV  dcllfilil  com on KVcu  ���nucrs.    j�� "  Hi**  m  lyrom tho Post, llawkesbury. Out.'  Mrs. James jU. Timbers ,is woJl  known to nearly everybody in  llawkesbury,, Vankleek Hill and surrounding country. She was born in  Vaiikleek .2Jill, but since 'her marriage,' twelve years ago, has lived  in liawkesbury, .. and is greatly esteemed by all who know her: Airs.  Timbers is ono of the many thousands who" have proved the great val-  .   . .   ,,   - ..-.no   of  Dr.   Williams'.  Pink   Pills,   and  oE S^iSn^toS !&$:'<* h" ^^rience for the beneht of  d in*tho system of tho patient--ot,.,ei'    sutt(ir^s-    ^ho     says:���"While  ' " first child I suffered from  tumor under the left  The first symptom was a  pain followed by a growth,  ilest systems aro led"info'c'onvii-i which gradually increased in si'/e un-  id btrou��ih by tho influence "which .'*���'��� it became as large us an eirg. It  crtc on nature's own restorative.!, .was exceedingly painful and caused  tlio drooping spirits of those with  ,���e    great    suffering.    1  consulted     a  uquilizing the nerves, di&poses to,1 L <h(1 ,ne I10 tS^od.   rlhen 1 consulted  refreshing sleep���imimrts vigor; anotner    doctor,     who said 1   would  bn of   tho ,blot!d, which, being have    to    undergo   an   operation.    In  ._cour��js  throughout  tlio  veine.'thu    nionntime,     however,  the tumor  lho healthy animal functions  hl.ok^   |)uL   would   uot  heal>   and     as  a result l" was feeling very much run  down. At this time my attention  was directed to Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, and 1 began using these. .1  soon felt that they were giving me  increased strength, und after using a  few* boxes, the ��� .tumor disappeared,"  and 1 was as well us ever 1 had  been. My health has since been good,  and 1 cannot speak too highly of Dr.  Williams'   Pink JMlLs."  These  .pills euro troubles    like the  above,  because  they make rich,     red  blood and     drive all  impurities from  the system.    Through their action on  the blood they also cure such  troubles  as     anaemia,     heart  palpitation,  erysipelas,   scrofula,     skin   eruptions,  rheumatism, St.  Vitus' dance aiicf the  ailments   that  inaUe  tho  lives   of    so  ! ninny women miserable.    The gviiuu..*  ! always    bears    the full     name!     "Dr.  Williams'  Pink L'ilis for Pale People,"  on   tbo   wrapper     around,every   box.  .Sold   by   all   dealers   in   medicine     or  tho very pour-'sent postpaid  at  50 cents a  box,  or  made  soem ' sl-x   boxes   for     .92.50,   by   addressing  the     Pr.     Williams      Medicine     Co  Brocl-villc, Ont.  ^ttrn, thereby making activity a  result, strengthening tho frame,  "Villito tlio digestiveorgaus, which  Hcinsna incronscd substance���re-  M appetite'. "tforthrop& layman,  " wive piven to tho public their  mino Wino at.tho usual rate,and,  tlio opiniou of  wili-nt'stf,  thi"  oiiclio:! nearest jic-fcftioa of any i:  All i"1,i-M<Toijf'.'-cll ir.  "-re 2,7<10 murders yearly, in  1(|t'   in     Russia;   1,000     in  JiwiiNESS isdiio to' uorvons oxcito-  I'lolicately constituted, tho flimncior,  F*> man and those who.so occuimtion  p Kma montal strain, or worry, all  j* or u-.ss from it.    Sleep is tho Rroiit  a worried brain, unci to cot .sleep ;  jiomnrh from nil impurities with a '  '  1 .���irmnVe'.s VcKOtnblo Pilln, i.'ola-:  I'oiiluiniii'r no   inorcury, and   aio  ' ��ri\o iiiilisfiietiou or tlio money  mini.  IHniiil  t fii in  will   probably   send <o  to  F.ngland next year.  "-' uoliced that  'l's  ��iic(   furnaces  churches.  in  |<1not*oTiRhfihn[,dil  lliii'm i\ iiit  ul di^lurliyou*  oeciisjou  for you ruiilliii','  ci'iitractinK   inlliiniiiiiition of  tin.  nsuiii'itton. while you can got Hickle'a  '.".H-tivo Syrup.  .This moilicuio cures  �����'���''��� InflnnunaMon of .tho lunzn. and  ���'ian cliost troubles.   It prom-itCH ft  ���i^yoxiHH:torai,inn.whleh Imnicdi'n'  ���no   tIu-oa��   und   lunKU   from    \i:  itely  isc.ii  K;'"''t1 i,",isL  is  a man  who   thinks  "<*'nSd       "' fow dlc��P  tools and  a  vS"''-yai'11 und koop his lablc  i n"  count  SOBl-  fi Th'f  lips at '���  iiir, .,  Pt tot!  it o'  n ?K\  s'oi'tl1  stoiT'  %;f;s'''*  tflll'^  s'lljW.  are only.men," says a: wiso  "������ary.    Yes,       indeed..      and  they are only boys/  umsic lias been, prohibited  '"'������'���oution jiiors iii New York,  another of tho. horrible . acts  reformers'.  ... Less  of  Noi  than  one per rent  ���way   is  ���'!  use for  of tho land  grain-fields.  Orders have boon -issued; in. India  for the return to store of all animu-  nitioii   containing' <luni-dum   bullets.  Miiiard's Liniment Cures Laf/ripjic  shajie,,  season  if    it  soon  stock.'   Sc  this  week    -will  hardly fetch 10c per  pound'.    We     quote  3 0c  to     13c  per  pound   commission     basis,   according  to grade. ���    ^ , ���  ECiUS���The market, has advanced  ic per doz. this week owing to the  good demand for eggs. Dealers, are'  nqwvpaying lie per doz. delivered  here. . ���   k,  FLOUR���.We quote, Winnipeg ��� jobbing prices as follows: Ogilvie's  Hungarian, ��2.05 per sack of -98  pounds.; Glenora'Patent, ��i:90; Alberta, $1.75: Manitoba, $1.G0;  XXXX,  ��1.25.  ' AlILLFEIOD���Bran is. worth '$15  I'd- ton in bulk, and shorts' $17 per  ton in bulk, delivered, subject to usual trade discounts.  (.'ROUND   FEED���We     quote:     Oat  chop, per ton, $2S; barley chop, $2-1;  mixed     barley  and  oats,.$20;     chop-'  screenings,   $.15.50;   oil   cake,   $30.  OATS���The demand for oats is  light, and prices ��� are weaker. We  quote: No. 2 white, -lOJc per bushel  for carlots on track here; feed grades,  HSc. At country points fanners are  getting 31c to 3-lc for No. '2 white  oats.' Street oats are not offering.  .. BARLEY���There is very little barley in the market and prices are  nominal at 426 to, 4.4c per bushel for  carloads of feed on track here.  MAY���The market is very linn as  hay is becoming scarce. ��� Prices hold  at $8 to .$0 per ton for fresh baled  in  carlots  ou  track,here.  PRESSED ' - "MEATS���Some grass  fed beef has offered in the market  this week, but as the quality is not  good prices for choice beef have not  boon affected and butchers are still  quoting ns follows: Beef, city dressed, 8 to 9c per pound;, veal, 7J to  8.Jc; mutton, 13c; spring lambs, each,  $3.50 to $4.50; hogs, per pound, 7$  to 8��c.  HIDES���Receipts are light and the  market unchanged ns follows: No. .1  city hides, (i^c; No. 2's, 5*t; and A"o.  P.'s, -lie Kips nnd calf the snnio  price us hides; . denkiiis, ��� 2"> to '10c;  ���dunks, 10 to 15c; horse hides, 50c  to   $1.00." ��� '  WOOL���-Receipts of Alunitoba wool  sire light, inid'tlie market is steady  at. (I to ("Jo per pound for unwashed  fleece delivered hero.  TALI.OW-7-Local buyers are paying  5 to tic per pound for tallow delivered   here,   according   to  grade.  SEN 1-1CA���Receipts are light and  market holds (inn. Some in tho  trade here .are. quoting, as high as  37c per pound for clean, brightroot,  delivered here, with lower prices for  inferior grades. k    ' k  Economy Point, N. S.; June 30.���  (Special)���Mr. George S. McLaughlin  of this place claims to have found a  remedy which will cure any case of  Lumbago.  Mr. McLaughlin himself has been a  great sufferer with this disease, and  has sought relief in  ments and remedies.  At last, however, he came, across a  medicine which completely cured hiin,  and     whicli     he claims     any sufferer  from Lumbago should  be" told of.  He says:��� '   ���  "I was  troubled     with  Lame  Back  for 25 years or more.    Sometimes  was so severe I could not turn  self in bed.  "A slight cold, or hard- Ufting  would bring on a fearful attack and  give me awful  pain. ~~~rs^=~  "1 had. tried many medicines and  treatments, but never found anything  to do me any good-until I heard of  Dodd's Kidney Pills.    '  '-'My brother,' who kept",a small  grocery store and sold' some medicines, told me that he had heard that  they had,cured a great many,people  of Lumbago, and he advised me to  try them.. ' ���  "i commenced a treatment and in  a short time all the pain left rny'  back and it became as stout and as  strong as-ever. ' ,  "Wonderful  to say I' have had     no  return     of the       terrible     .Lumbago J  since.      , ,   ,  "It-is now some years since" J was  cured, and I have said nothing about  it, for I-was afraid it would come  back, and that I would liave to keep  on using the Pills in order, to be  vyell. ' <���  "But, now T am satisfied it has  gone forever,' and know thatl am  safe in making this jiublic statement.  "I believe Dodd's Kidney Pills will  cure any case jof Lumbago or Lame  Back, for they helped me out and nobody could have .it much worse than  I had.  liEALTHFUL  FOOD  fftAKES HEALTHFUL PEOPLE  OGILVIE'S FLOUR makes the  best bread and adds a great element of nutrition into,any article of food made from it. Use  this flour in your family; give  your children plain food and  plenty of it, and you will build a  lasting foundation for their future  health  and  happiness.  BV BOTAL WARRANT  Millers to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales  TORONTO  CANADA'S LEADING NEWSPAPER  J^.^ieiUn every part of tbe world as the authority on the sporting as  wen as the commercial, industrial and political events of Canada. It is  tne host all-round lainily newspaper published in the Dominion, and you  can Have it every day and tbe big Saturday illustrated for only $2.00 for,  a whole year il you live west of .North Bav. Take advantage of this great  half-puce oiler at once. Address:   THE GLOBE. Toronto'  ,. If possible,  d6y not associate with  those  who anger you.  It i.s a great pity that a young  man i.s not as saving with his money as an old - man is with every piece  of twine'he finds: < ' ���  arts 'fa^toAvq JVlamA^Arfcii, ta^utCb a^uO  ���       **    t  etu.  (.Page Metal Ornamental Fence. SS^aSfta  ornamental, very showy and surprisingly cheap.    IUd just what  .s'wasted for door  yards, division fence3 in town  lots, grave  Pn^^rttafls^at" & 20  cis.   PER RUNNING FOOT.  Just think of it. -Let  only  , --.    us send you full particulars,  inane *ann fence, poultry netting, nails and staples.        ����� The Paga Wire Fence Co., Limited, Walkervllle, Ont.  *   i  ,     i  Mnard's liniment is (lie best.'  Tt is easy, to have' too much of a  good thing; two sweethearts' at one  time,   for ,example.      '    .  Monkey Brand Soap removes all stains,  rust,"dirt or tarnish ��� but won't,wash  clothes. -6  ROSS &ROSS,  General Agents, Box G33, "Winnipeg,'Man.  When it is announced that a woman will entertain informally, it  means that she will buy things ready  made at the baker's.  Still. Another Trinmph-Mr. ��Thotnas S.  Bullcn, Sunderland, writes: " For fonrtoon  years I was afflicted with Piles; and frequent  ly I wa3 unable to walk or sit, but four years  a��o I was curod by using Dr. Thomas Eeloctric  OiL I have also Ijcoo subject to Quinsy foi  over forty years, but Eclectric Oil.cured it.  aud it was a pormanont euro in both cases, as  noither tl��-' Piles nor Quinsy have troubled mc  since."  Peanut Sandwickes.��� Be sure that  your peanuts are freshly roasted,  then shell and rub off the red skint.  Pound to a .paste,, orf-chop ��� line and  add enough boiled salad dressing so  that it can be spread easily. .>Dressing- for Same. One" tablespoon but]  ter. 2 tablespoons sugar,' 1 dessert  spoon flour, yolks of 3 eggs,' �� cup  vinegar, a' pinch of salt. Cook" in a  double kettle until it thickens and  creamy.  is  Minard's Liniment for Rheumatism.  Oreat Britain and Ireland import  about 205,000,000 pounds of cheese  each year. Canada supplies about  CO per cent of the whole.  -People are so anxious to see something for nothing that they will run  a couple of miles to see a little shed  burn down.  .English Walnut.���-Chop very fine, or  what is better pound ^tb of J-'nglish  walnuts and mix enough melted butter or' sweet - cream so that the  paste can equally be spread between  thin slices of buttered bread.  THEY NEVER FAlir-"Ur.,S. M. ISouphner,  LanRton, writes: "For about two years I was  troubled with Inward Pilos. but by using Par-  melee's Pills, I was completely cured, and although four years havo elapsed since then tho  havo uot returned." Parmelee's Pills aro anti-  bilious and a specific for the euro of Liver and  Kidney Complaints, Dyspepsia, Costivenoss,  Headache, Pilos, etc.', and will rogu2ato theso-  cretionsaiid remove aril bilious matter.  English is studied by 95 per cent  of the students attending the higher  schools in .Egypt.  said  after  at-  by  sang  Otic,  of the  the world is  in Carihthia,  249  highest shot towers' in  to?be.- found in '.Villach,  where there is a fall of  feet.  green stuff.  r3*!'ni��ia  '���in   -nil.  I itu*:  i ���*���)(.  Alb. i  bus a baby that drinks  rfi:    "s   of   milk   at   a  meal.    O,'  'Jo's a  you  knew  right  away  '"'���I'y elephant:]: d      ,  ntv    |Ul�� ��� spocia1' correspondents  n  U('c"  w>'iting  industriously  Martinique calamity will  at tho scene of the disns-  People who  have investigated ������the  tliiit.lho  swearing  habit  more     common  than  it  fow years ago. ' So  arc anto-  nlatter say  is   becoming  was  a  mobiles,  will   bo   �����- long  time  before   that  baby   will     bo   old  to account for  money.  Tt  new     .(Jastellu.no  enough   to  call    papa  wasting  mama s  Now that'a'prize Tiffhter has  killed  in the ring at Boston, it  been  may  hP discovered 'that -Massachusetts has  intended to prohibit public slug-  matches.  ���LTVK..ST<JCK.-.:;-.-7-.  CATTLE���Fresh' grass cattle are  still scarce. Good butchers', grades  arc worth :"i.Je per pound delivered  hero and inferior lots 5 to f>'c.  Sonic grass cattle ,have'been.dsold'  this week at as low as 4c. their condition  not being, good.  . SIIFFP��� Sheep are worth from fi  cents to 5��c per pound, off cars,  Winnipeg, and lambs about tlie'sanic.  HOGS���Receipts are .���moderate, and  prices .-.unchanged at G'c for choice  hogs, averaging between 150 and 2;>0  pounds, off cars, Winnipeg. Heavy  and ; light-weights  To loss.  MI'I'jOB- COWS���Cows are scarce,  and good milkers readily bring S<I5  in this market, the range being irony  $nr>  to  S'I5  each. >' !  HOUSES���There is a good demand  for horses     and  dealers  find no  What tho Clcrir* in��n Surmised.  Ernest Thompson-Seton���he ot onl-  inn>l story-telling and . convertod  name fame���was describing to a clergyman the other 'day some of his experiences with various animal3, particularly  squirrels.  {'It   is nn   astonishing   fact,"  Mr.   Seton,   "that  I   found,  some few     tests,   that I  could  tract squirrels,  howsoever wild,  singing   to   lliein.      Whenever I  they  would conio     out of their*holes  or  down   from the  trees,   and  though  at   first   showing    somo   timidity,   sit  and   li'ston     intently   an'd   apparently  wiih      enjoyment.      I  remember  ono  day.   however,     when,      after      singing    them   various      songs���rag-time  and   others���1' tried      'Old   Hundred'  on them.      "Would you believe it, the  instant     thoy    heard     it they scampered off,     nor could    I' induce them  to   return   that. day.      And   to      this  day I can't understand why."  The clergy man, a;. far-away; look in  Iii his cyo,  suggested yery briefly:  "Probably they were afraid you  would.'noxt proceed to take up a  collection."  "'���'���' yCocnn Wood.  .The hardest wood in the world is not  ebony, but cocus, which is much used  'for 'making' flute's and other similar Instruments.   -. . ',  cully in  disposing of all thoy can  euro.' Tho   market     is  boing   largo  laws  gbig  supplied  high.  from    Ontario.  dilli-  se-  iy  Prices   aro  One rub with S u n I i g h t  Soap cleans more than'.-two  rubs    with   common   soap.  Il<-.*d   of   | lie  Oamit  < ouimlsilnu.  Mr. Montague A.  Smith,  banker of  Forest,   has   been   appointed       chairman    of tho Ontario Board of Game  Commissioners,   in    succession to Dr.  G. A.     McCallum, who was recently  appointed   ��� Superintendent    , ol    the  London Asylum.    Mr. Smith is eminently    qualified     for   tho     duties  of  tho  position.      He  has     for      mora  than   twenty-five  years   past        been  closely     identified     with   tho      field  and   gamo     sports     of   tho  Province  in   various ways.      A keen     lover of  tho   dog and gun himself, ho has done  much    to    advance    tho   interests    of  that  line  of   sport.      With  his     brother,     1j. H.     Smith of Strathroy.he  introduced   in   this  country   the   famous   JLIewellen    lino     of   setters,     of  which    "Paris"   was   tho  head.      He  is   the  owner  of      "Dan     Wynd'om,"  tho first prize winner at tho international   field      trials     last  fall. On  many     occasions  he  has     acted     o,s  judge at  the international and     American     field     trials,    and        always  with     tho greatest< ( satisfaction     to  all Parties    concerned.;     Ho has-shot  over  somo    of the   best dogs 0n this  continent,  not only in Ontario,     but  from     Florida to British   Columbia,  and also     In  Great Britain,  and     is  thoroughly familiar with the;requirements  of  tho  sportsmen  of  Ontario,  especially    along the lines indicated.  SEE HIM SMILEjy  So would you when you smoke  LUCINA CIGARS.  That very sivoet flavor will  make  nny cigar smoker look pleasant.  MANnFAOTDIlRD   IIV  <  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  y\ i,  I-" if  Mr. Billus���"Maria, how does it  happen that Fanny isn't going to  church with you this morning? Mrs.  Billus-^you know as well as I do,  John," that when Bessie and Kate and  I go to church somebody has to stay  nt home. There isn't room for four,  pairs of sleeves in our pew.  Queen Wilhelmina has contributed  ��S00 for the benefit of the Martinique  sufferers. This will,- cause hor husband's creditors to express another  large batch of disgust.  "REDUCES  EXPENSE  Auk for the Octagon Bar "3  HID Rcv*n(fe.  Mr. De Lone (on being introduced)���  Miss Coquette and I have met before.  Miss Coquette (coldly)���Yes. I remember now.  "We will let bygoues be bygones, for  time heals all wounds and-no doubt 1  was n very silly boy at the time."     .  "liny?"    ..������'!'  "1 must have been., It.was ten years  :igo. :ind your reason for refusing weJ  was that you were old enough to bo my  mot her." ,7  I ��� Three Orent Skole/on.,.  Tho vicinity of Palermo. Italy, has  yielded three remarkable human skeletons, one in 1410, one in'lBKi.and the  lust In luod. The first was twentv-ono,  the second thirty und the third th'ii  four feet In height.  How  will     King Alfonso's subjects  like   his   admission   that  he'does   not  like  bull   fighting  himself,   and     that  he .'would  like     to  introduce     ho  racing  as  a substitute?  W.  To    employ, a    revivalist    will not  help us evade our own responsibility.  :-ty-  ���Now Yorkks Hall of Fame seems  have  boon   forgotten  early.  The  asphalt  havo laid an  on.  trust  easy  doesn't  street"  Every year  we  make  war  mosquito,   and     every year  quit'o fights back. I   -'-If  I'    ,.  '   i.'l'l  .1    ���  I    It/  , I,'   1  .'/ r  < , y  (I1'/'-  to ii.,.  -1,  i   i  ii  a  i  i  c '  <2I5*^^-!M^^*HKS��^  ^asuifaoanrruf  mflH  nera  f  LiiMfM,  L O. o. F.      |gt#   Joseph's   Convent  i^l��F��^��r.Tn(n.*i'ir>^-��B>BnnTa*Tinii<n*t'��"~imr  .13  F.tbli.--bvd :*��� the :r.te:eGt o; the people |  cf,Moyie and Idiel'iZcct&nny  ".llilM'.'  winnin'.' i :�� ;>.- ..,-, <���].:-'  "Have yoc trier! it::"  fv.vo- the fay:*- ihey are v.uu.ibv  &3��S2Sag����3  OKfe;  WHfley J.otljre   No. 44  and Day school conducted  ^^aaEft  l11  I  f. .r. s-1:  l: k���������- c  p^^��y  .TJ23 ok j-rpscs.-rrio.  ���',,    , ,.-\i���.���i . ^ ,, JJoii'.lim; and Hav echool condL  ,.M��,!i every Monda> evening m   their   i, ��� f, , y; 7 ,.. /)(- v���ivn    tj   fv   =,  .       . | bv tne hi-ft it- oi  .-iCiiOn,   u, o,    jx  jhnL   on   \icton.i  street.    Sojourning jbrancbfep of elementary, business  and]  'OJci Fellows cordially invjted. J high  ehee education   taught by   the!  PKhiitriic-Tf: I      inf' ""-Jstrompiete health -t'ro/l on ���        ,-'<. _ sister.', who hold  certificates  front 'the J  ._   / Jht-rontineni oflvo-th   ���i-ne^-a.    c:t. {   '7 .k *��ii Jii.                    l.D.lloim,    j London    Board   'of''Education   and  ""Juaied   mid**'   ecenerr   unrd-iikd  for ���'        ^Wle Grand. .Secr'y.    (Science-    .Department',    ' Kencinglou,  rriE   IlVr-VON" '^0'p';;^^:!;!:;;:;^;;^:;^     .L^^g^.j England.    Apply to Sister" Superior  flair- oji Hot Spring::.  The most complete health -t'ro/l on  -SATURDAY, JULY.  19, 1802  ^ M | -rrandupr.     THE   IIALCVQK    3'OT1 ^^=^^= ���^���fT"*������^  -.-_-_ lSMnZGS Sanitarium, Halcyon   Hot ' Moyie      Miners'     UmOIl  I >r>rincr*    .\ r ��/-.��:��� To*...,   I.*     ��������      r*    - 7 ; -  ���*��� i  "���]>i'in<v=   'v  rov-  To*.,,    V      f"  '������ ' ''KEA.T J'H1TAI>"*- Z-JEW l-.JUG.MiKt',.  Lord Salisburv   lias,, ri^igncil   ciiiot ; ,���,. ,-. ,  I   A Oi I * I  nnd L,is n -phew,   lit, Hon. A.   .'.   Jl-.l-j,>,,������ .  phy.=ici;in and nur?e,    Eon ling fishing  t-xcur��:onfi.      Telegraphic    com-  ! and  >iii!i-  " j Meets in McGregor ball everv Tuesday  fhf  evening.     Sojourning    members    are  :>n   .iiith   r.:j    pnrfP   of    uio i -     ���---,,.-,  ���r, ��� ..,.,-' .   ,,  ���        ���   t    , -j ��<��*di.'i3]y invited to attend.  : ���'*' :ii:uj- ,unve  and   ileparf '  "nnr, hus bten  ajipointed   pi'om:i'i   of;  'C'j'-.fi 'iiiij  T.'-iii, .-".'Jo io   ���fj-9 per  week-! ���J'9n--' ^b'ACi'nui'i^  Groat Erilam  iu   bis   "place.    Tbe "'i'1-1 ������]]���,  ��� tiienient ril j'.oid  .SalisJuity   ha**   been/  >-o   reeidfiu-e   in   liotel  cj \  baths chit- all   jje.-voi:s and /  President.  T. SM5-TIT,  Secretary.  am Jb        ifa ii&  Pioneer ?' Hardware  tore.  if  mn.Ni^ibir ui'-eii'  /or so long a   mr.tier   /or  speculiiiion ' j,j.]    ,.   r .^^  i^,i  ���n���, <!,���< a    -.           .! .    i.l'   l!"-'    '���'kk  that now that it   has   come   about   itkriw,d.,        * "  .-ii v,,! ��� -r-  1 lueb!ltIlsan"VAitc-r3are an invaluabVi  .vill cause very   hule  comment,    riw J remet,   fo;. ,jJv,d2nd 3  ���iuccessor may   b?   counted   upon   to'  ���!'--i^r ��� S" i M^ie 'Board of Trade  *f*  :ollow-aloug  lines   3;i:ll  do'vrn   by  his  de.-tingnisiied juedocc'scr during  tb.  idiort time be is likely   to   occujiy   flic-  d-u'gh o/fico o,1  pivmic;'.    Mr.   Balfour  Iiilst ha   :in\y  j^'.,,'  poisoning,  / ��� XotIco ft t.eicly p.m-oii uJ��l a* dtys a'fltr dAte j  I ii-.tond to ajvj-ly to thp c-h/sii co*-;inis3iou'cr o��j  |bai).u-Rii(iy0rkfcfora tpoc^I licun^- f3 c-ul '  and,(;r.rr;,-uv,::,; dlater from (he follov.icg* dts-'  j7jt j ciibed Ir.nil?  Meets oil the first Wednesday  evening of each'-month at  3 o'ciock sharp in tiie court  house.  oi i . ." A' ?* ^cdoxalDj Pros,  c-ui j Andhew Joksstok, " Lewis Tho.vso.v}  '-.;      '        ��� vice-Pres.       ' -'      ', ' Sec'y  I You will fim? a* complete Stock of gen-  leral Hardware, Enamel and Tin ware,  Pam'ir,Oilp, Glass, etc.  "SS8i��.Ti:i��initninfi: and Planibin^,     ,  ��� -ry^m~y  natural sneceflsw  lo  Lord -Salisburv. hVe'  fco^-'^^^ ? ^'^ u thu y��rt}:  .   , .,       ,    ,,        ��     ��� ���  *;  ")d-1 cori-O! f.'f>.".L��.-?.-,-roup  ouu, Enst. Koolo-  jflnnnot be   considered   Uie   type oi j "cy. end- n^ih . f iv-imer nar crook,- theu'ee  <3tatesraa*i to  v/hom   tbe  destinies  of  *���!":..*orli::-J-Crcototc>I-ct :K9i proup one,  ,/-v      i v> ���',   .      ,       ,', i '     ,���       -J Er.��l I\f)o'.i)i!(.'/lisouct! r-??,t to rbc '*orili  Wott  ^roat Britain shoski be-entru-ited   :or|cari.6. of Lo, ;t!��,  ,���cm-o n��Kh % chains!  -     ������" ; w"ui" ��i   i-u'  , lui,   iiicm-o  north  .jo cl  ':i,iy   lengtb'y of  time;     His  appjinl-l '^-"^^n'Ooiir.ii^thenco fouth -JO cl  !u\t,inhd6zbi]m the bost* ihat 'ivoui.iKS'^'r,tfc?:JI-' to point of oomri'  .,    .     ,     .... l    .    " ,,       ,  '   ,    '    .    : -i.eni, coj,ttfnln% o:o,-,crcs mere or Jo��.   "  lio mads r.t, tiv.-j ;ur.qM"rc< fes* he cer-    ms        *  - tt w ��,>,��,  Sjo i^ads r.t,"this juncture, fes* iie epi  'tfiinlycomiriandi tha ira'jpocL and  {lie  affection of'both wings of ibe govern-j  snent party, something  that cannot be J  j, 4'M. :      '   ' e. W.' 1'UUTU,  J'ulO-'--Mlir, viii dsj" o;' July, 1003,  COtJKT MOVIE.  fia. 40  'moyI'k,  CR/lNBKQOK  <��  ^HBST.JSUG��>-KMiyJKt.,f  .PAJIJC, MJTCHELL A 00    '  '���   Kfip, CAMPP]OLLi*Cu  lMHJJMfti&CO. '    '    D'  S  KOOTENAY' HOT^L     '  '  CENTRAL .HOTEL/'  movjc.e hotel.' "  the Leader qffjo,  g. n. wiNjsii. ;     " *"'  J. J. MUJIPHY.  P. D. HOPE. ���'  ^.T.PAJIRJBLJ/.' '  ���&c., &c.'; $c,     y  ?7ooJs on'tlso laa  'layofeacliijioi'th. vis, i  Ithiff brethern.luyjtpd I  roiittcnd,  .       '  ib^i" GitF   paying; Parlor,  '    CJ-.XTRAI/ HOTEi,;  fir Mr. Obamberlain, lho only otber  eligible oaiulidatos for tbe office. Tlu  probabilities are that Mr. Balfour will,  be promoted   to   (be   lioiibe of  lords  P. T. SMYrH, C. H.      G. 1\Mo&REGOU, fi/S.'  l-WOff  WKi?v       pLIK&i Tfop,  People Insure  isf Companies  .,' ->        id      B       "*       *.'      "-'  Kotlca of Diggolutloh  -   , _       , i    "This is to eerlifv   (haf   tlif-   m-uTcr !rr "-,'     ��._ 7_  fcnidofeuher the duke of Devontl,ere I signed b,vo Ibis d^ ciis.oh Jp^  HarV^ ' ' ^     HcCartOr,  finp by mutual consent  AfOYIB, B. 0,  ^SS��SS!S!S5S!T^SSESSS^  Baa&aai  'leaving Mr. 'Chamberlain the leader-  .-bij) of tlip common?, and tliat after a  briel   tenure, Of   tbe   prcmieiahip ']i�� J aJi liabHUies  v.'ill resign that role , in   favor  of Mr.   ,    ,  W. A.   Hamilton, assigns,   transfers-  and convoys to J. Frith   all his  right,I  title   and   interest   in-.tlio    business  can-iod on in   tbe   name   of  Frith   tt  Hamilton.    Tne said J. Frith assumes  ���      J. FKITHj  W. A-, HAMILTON.  Moyie, July 4, 1902.  bamberliiin, who is assuredly marked  , out for thi: >tio.*iiiign. , It id doubtful  if  Mr. Balfour would face a genuru.1 elec- ' <-J��<!oL<*ii:iy Steam r,aiuicirj  tion as premier. He does not bave to, Wesley Cline, of tbe Central hotel  and bcrnro an appeal to the country j harbor kbop.��� k uow .\gent f0ik (llc  bt'comesncnetsary^lhe odds are tlia'l | lioott-ni.- Sicim Laundry at Nelson.'  Jotepli Chamberlain .v/'ill be ibe j A]] hmudry hh in bi'3 charge v/131 bJ  leader of the govenrJcnl.-.Vcfcou J promptly attended' io. Laun-lr" -'-H  l^aily ifowa,  FORT STEELE, B.O      ���  H&rrey, McCarlcr '&"A3eramK-r.'  F��BXIE, B.C.  ��� I  Barristers ,& Solicitors.  MOYIE'S LEADIKQ  HOTEI,.  BAniUSTKK, SOLICITOR, ETC..     '  CRANBROOK,  ' '    . B;c  Drug and Stationery Store,  I.  The golden gieania   of  wiih* a   v/iul   who  'dck  putt  tor nve  ^?l X;?le o'r >'i;jl>t.   ,  a   new  day  ?!iot ������Lhv.Yat llie i-nire son."    '"  ti" w.ib tbe too oi a cat:lo man.  Hj had stuyod in ibu g-.mni t-.h  duou��h the dewy eve.'  "lie had killed'a cowboy' the weVk  before. 'The veal was aokl in the  .market place. ��� Then lie 'killed the  enw.  When he entered the gates of the j  '-">" he imd inoney to burn, But I  '.''iiliam"diit nut burn bill- i  < i t  He met a mitn  ir.light him to play  di-bara a side.  In tbe fciiriy   morn    the   man   with  (he   wad   took   the   I97tli   pot  with  three aces.    Willie hud two ace-* ,him-  m7h'.    He hd them cold oyer  sinse the  , -iame communced.  Tim m-,n -ilemly f.jldud  his to:: nu.'l  itoif) away.  It was al] L}>eru y/ay left to atcal.  Out on the cold prairie Willie  drew  forth a pack of "sure winner"   playing  cards be had bought   through   an  ad-  yertit-ement in a pink p-iper.  lie   struck    a    match,    lighted   the  cards and laid them on tiie ground.  The "poy etood on Ui.�� b'lrniiij- deck.  Jtej.-ip*; Tor n Goo'.l Union.  iirh:  bo in before TaeaiayWiinV.^eraaiwfni,,,-: ��/w'l  cash in advance.        " '        '   'fi'c/  S*iSMS rffe.Qgi  G  6 ���  .The best of accommodations  for the t ravelingjpublic.  ' '       n i, '  i �� ' �� i ^   i  P. J. McMahon,, Mgr.  ���I  ^ 3L.'~ftJujar*Mcw ��.m  &��H  ��  Is  I  .    IVlIOLSdiLE ANju KErATL  MB AT-   MERCHANTS-  Fresh   and Cured ileals. Fre.il:  Fish, Came ana  Poultry.    We  .supply ,.oniy   the  best;     Your  ' trade,solicited.  MAItKETS  In   all' the   Principal  ities and    TownsJ in  British Columbia  CRANBRO  1  "if '  QM&NgllQQK.  Daily market prices  by wire  from Spokane.  LEWIS TRQMBQ-R  Notary Public, Accountant, Commission., ano  Iss'uiusce Agent.'  BOOTS    AND    SHOgS  Ilojpairod and jiacle to Order.  K A. SMITH, >' Moyie.  NEAIl RiACEACHJffiS it MA'CDOSALDB.  ' t '^ f f ( i*'  t  GHAS.  P.  OAMPBSIiI,,  FiineraJ Director  ,   ' and  Embalmer..  ii t  i  Toilet Articles  Office Stationery  School Supplies,  MOYii  &r\,  'Moyie,  JlEADQJJARTKRS   FOIt   EAST    KOOTEXAV  1 a a  00  rOR   PINE   TAILORING   GO  TO  5  pmduate of Champion  College of   the:  United States.    Upholstering and general  furniture  repairing.-   Office  and   '  store, Aiken's   block, .near- Canadian I     ���  Bank of  Commerce.    Telegraph  and  ��� mail orders promptly attended to.     .   ' Q       ,.,     '    2> .1  B, p. J Cranbrook, B. C ,-n ��� W ^0^excelled in the. country."  Tryitauj  be convinced.  o     ���  eer. Porter and Bottled  on Ham"  K  I  F  ���?/  \-"i m  Push  Snap  Energy  vlorality  Cordiality  Talk about it  Writ.!- about it  tipeak v/cll of if ���  Ifolp to i"m|)i-0'.'i- it  Subscribe for ii.s papers  llelp nil public uiilerpridea  A rake the atmo-ipbere healthy  Faith exhibited h> good works  Fire all lonfer-?, croakers, dend  beats  Let your object be the wglLwe, growth  and promotion of your union   and  its  members.   .Speak well of all the right  spirited men, and   also  be  one yourself.���Exchange.  di-7-ft3.o\ ii }\hJc\f  NEL30N,  In tlio South  "Are you the .defendant?" asked a  man in the court room',''. ''pe��.kmi: to  an old negro.  "No, boys," the reply, "1 ain't done  nothing to be called names like' (hut.  T'se go^ a lawyer' hero who doe's the  defensing.'"  ��� 'Then who are you?"  "Pse the g'-yitbrnau Tvha!   yiyU  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO  CRANBROOK, Ld- C.  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.  ,  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and , Syphens,  50   YEARS"  EXPERIENCE  MERCHANT   TAILOR,  Fine   Suitings,    Overrating  Trousers,   Imported     Goods.  moyie, B. c  jBRENTON & NELSON  ���FOR���  J HEAVY TEAMING  ���ALSO���  IJAOCACK,      EXJ-Itlif-S    AND     Geskua,  (ti ��� ���   ��� ��  World's  Scenic   Route.  CT  East  Winnipeg  Toron to  Ottawa  Montreal  St. John  Halifax  Boston  New YorL ���  West  Westminster  Vancouver  Victoria  Bkaguay  Dayvson  Seattle  ���Poitland  San Francisco  S3-$3s33��^*sf  JOHjYSTQJV  j^iios.  ThlT?h��ifi iS HiW ^ Yel1 burnished The  Market��� affords. The Ear is Exiled witt^  tiieJBest Brands,of Liquors and Cigars  <h  HEADQUARTERS   FOB-GpMMRRCIAL  AND MINING MEN , j  ��$KiTisii.f;oi,nnu.'  I  %er Lake Steamers.  | f*avo   Port William, Sun.  Tuo.  Pri  !       VIA. SOO' LINE  <R  MOyrE,  ."^"-t^���-'���    ���,������.,            Vr.vm for Bnlo  A 3G0 acre farm   three   miles   from  Q.J.  K?0��  ��*^��*n *>nvaik<-.xtwx:  MOYIE.  i  Moyio for ealc.    There is  considerable  Poillt   ^    , = iaad cloarcd and   it   i8.W0ll   Ftocket,  .faUl,   Duluth    and|.Wifth,,��^  a��1'  I^'Hry,    For   further  Chicago.  Tourist  Sleeper  .Service  O. F. DEiAULNJER,  mo  Trade Mar'^s  Designs  ��� Copyrights &cd  ��� n^My>on8 sen',!Pf' a Rlteicli nnd description tnnv  R^'ll'lT 'ls?cir<-''"'1 ?>'������ opinion free w-neth"���an  ��� nvmitIon is probably.piitentublo:   Corrmir.i^  Btrtil. f!-.-..o.:,lll(10flt iiKoncv for KOciniritr r���,}r,,fa ts.  _ PHtents:.taken through Mu,iS reft���  yycr.Vilvoticv, witlioufce!mr��s, infdfk     rr.t.Q,ve  . .^���VE.frMiB.aiv imwii s^asi*.  ;1 li;iii(lsornol7 Illustrated w-nuiv    T,-n-f.^' r.i-  mm a:'i>o.JB'Bf>-��i-"^?f3..v Yn--&  arati'i ci!i'(;v, y?rv i: i-y���\Y^.!'h\l���'.-'"' J *-',' Ji  ���i-i���-������.,' i, y  EAST  Leave   J}Hnworo   Junction   j .,     f  St. Paul. ���"  ^and^'T f Lfln^ng    Tuesday  ' wks^'    ���'   -��� yl  Len-ve   fiovelaWo  daily  for;   SeatUcj  Vancouver and coaBt'cities; /  Through ticket (o  Europe  via    Hi)  ::-ntic  line,     prepaid  t4otsJ^  "..al itoinis at .Wat   rate,.    For  fu  l^i'tirulare apply todocal uKonta. ��� '  ���0���   ...,i,   jiuuiuv,    ror  infornmlion ajipiy at this o/fico.  INI  Old hunters say  ThoMARLIN  action Is nlways closed, the  JPlo, the finish clcrjiiiu, the  I form nttrociive. ft cecnis  ���Ho throw Its bullets a Hale  ^ re  Jheip with a Utile more force  than nny other rifle. For  tlcertnkea 38-55 or 30-30.  ! tta^ZTJ/''s,0R<:s9�� '"'������"���'������  |&tmp��.coverbyBflm'n��ton  [f^JARUN fire Arms Co,  mew havcm. conn. -  *iyii,iii  7S OARXKR  . Ji'Kl/J.'nS.*!, /vtjl  .NVaOIl.  G. HIJHer, Afle��t, Moyie.  3777 y'yy  aiiiii  ���   .    i  prices Griven  and^ Orders  Taken on!  Everything  in the Printing-  Line at th'e  r  y  '. : ,;���"?,���. -.1 '..���"���      .....  'yyfc di: ���,-'.-    "


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