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 ���nb3  ERCE  rsT.uiuSUKl).5  >Capital>siO()0J  'Fund>-  SjJ  Jnited StatcScadJ  ity afforded lolj  ,r, tl'e. transact  o or taken fa,en;  y be Opened b-  sppsitcd ot -.<;,  R- T. BRTHlJ  SI  IHEADQUARTKKS   FOR-  ^SOUVENIRS  H. WILSON, Jeweler  CRiiNBROOK.  4^  A  V  '******��  t*4$~ L-*^\Z^"~me*'  ~r  d* w.  A  (S '-  OL. U,NOl5,  MOYIE, B. C, J.ULY 18. 1903,  rrnADAt-rr?    Ct'itcn  CUR GLASSES DO' IT  W. li. WILSON; Optician  CRANBROOK.    -  ome and See Our  lor.  igcne mine.  /Miners,  V UCil'OIIUMJ  'and up.  ���*  -iS\  ���i\  SLVgedh Counters  Which'will be ready on Monday.   It  will pay you to watch them.   We will  clear .out'our remnants in summer  r,-goods at greatly reduces prices." '    *  GENERAL FLOAT       I  There are prospects of a bumper  cropiu Alberta this year.  Score  $2 A  Y'KAR  was 5 to 4.  Nelson io agitating  sidewalks.  , "  for cement  Steve Adams has, been acquited  of the murder of Arthur   Collins.  A. 0. Garde has opened a mining office at Prince Rupert.  i , ���~���-���������~��� '  High water is interfering "with  navigation on the Skeena river.  The Sister hospitalat Rossland, Moyie team:  The     Moyie -  baseball '  .team  played the  Cranbrook   team .^on  the grounds   of the   latter  last  evening.   At the conclusion   the  score stood   5 to  4 in  favor  of  Cranbrook.    Jim, Bates  was  the  umpire, and   gave  satisfaction to  both   sides,     something    alrao3t  without a precedent in baseball!  In  the   evening all attended    a  smoker ;at' ���' the      Cosmopolitan  hotel and the beat of feeling f prevailed.   The   Moyie  team    came  home on the flyer   this  morning.  Following is the   lineup   of  the  Spok-  Wit^��^a^yy-^(Mec^mry^  fcBL'Pbear k.*'   '   j f ,"     i-.'>y'*-"k ,*   j-" ->-���' "if, '7*,,. v, ,"J'-, ' ' ��� ,   - k      k  *v-i*d-���drt   . J  IFJlERELL" block  frttit./etc:  I. ^   t >r*lL\ 1t-^~  l*.l  .���&���',}���  MOYIE.  Beale&  i Fire; Life  ; Ofllca_ ^  (BBOOK .  and Accident Insurance.  ���*���:.' y'.;-- " MOYIE.vB^.O.  *v  is -being repaired and improved.  y        *   ,       _�����_���_ r ,���  Tommy Burns/ the world's  champion' heavyweight pugilist,  is coming,' to Vancouver, late this  year,     "   -,,'   ���    ,-' -   *<    " ��� -  7 Ex-Governor, Charles Mcintosh  has quit politics, and now makes  his home in'Tictoria.    ,1 !'   " *  ���'���  r*i  O.ttoVjj!''  ITS'aiid'BABl  )m  up.  [eamery _      ,.  Wis - -M-    - >* ���"-   *'i" ",     , tf^       ' ',    ,       k   "��� i      ,  I' "���'* '/["v'i-dm now in-a.position to supply^ you <>  V*^- witK-fi-ne creamery;.'-bu,tter* from  the  . i/Trochu'yallej^'Qreamery.' ./"''' *' ' '���Y  "'^^iPBESH ^WEEKLY,:- /���/ V* -' ���  r. ui.**7t.  ,.��,  -   yy_  ..-..',   '     ,' ..-if   ,��      -   ���_  ,-The death- ' sentence has been  imposed on "' Giuseppe Alia", the'  Italian^ who shot', the Catholic  pnest.at Denver some time,ago.  . The,"Whitewater-mill, is' doing  some particularly good work'just  now and is making both lead an d  zinc "concentrates.   ��'   " d '    ���  MuQuarrie-r-Catcher,  .  Curtis���Pitcher, ' *  Freeze���Pitcher,  L* JSamm^First Base,        <  Orowo-^-Second Base,  Erford���Third Base,    ���    /  "iPotter���-Short Stop,  ' ' Reneaii���Right Field,  , Kyle^Left Field,". .     ' . ,  Ayres���Center-Field,'"7        ~"     '  An effort"will be, made to pull  off another game,in Moyio next  Friday, July 24th. *-   , -  i-    , , -t_      y   -  ,  - , ,^--'' -   , -- , ?��� ��� i-   - _ -     ,   -  d Starting New Tunnel.'  ,..'  was  ��  tree  **{ t.tl      II     it    '  ���'i'.Vr,  -<f^��� - -1  OWNJ>3TOBE.  ;  Simuel' Gompers,  president   of  the     American     Federation  , of  Labor, will support W.' J. Bryan  in" the coming presidential campaign.    ,      ���   ,     '     '  "      -'      ^  i  Mrs,  , E.  S.    Shepard  Florence Anderson^  Misi  while!*b.ttiiihg   in  and  wera drowned  English "Bjiy,  near yancouver, oh, the. 14th.  *$$&$&&$$&*  W    , *  . Furnished!  itli tiie J3e  .r is Filled  uov8 and  OKMKRCI"  ���nniTjsii  r\$  [oyie Co-Operative Association,.Ltd  d^GRfeAt-'CHANGEl1:': ��� ���'.  Tave been'-made in prices of  Groceries -in  Moyie  since' February". . Patronize the store that   ^  "has caused the present cut prices.  Remember, we Only Carry First Grade Goods.  iTerxna Cash. :Beposit Accounts Opened  FARRELL   BLOCK. -  -Mosquitoes are so bad around  New Westminster that - some of.  the sawmills have been forced' to,  close down,)a3fthe   men   refused.  tO .WOrt.     ^ ;_..,. *- ,* , , .   y_  ��� Chinese "merchants of-British  Columbia threaten to'precipitate  a" boycott of Canadian goods in  China if the pending legislation  putting aid end to the opium  traffic is enforced;  v.This ;week a new tnnnel  started on' the Aurora property  at a 'considerable; distance, lower'  down-the 'mountain,' which will'  give a vertical depth.,,of.150 feet  from the main tunnei. jThe - tun-"  nel will require^to be driven'approximately 575 feet to strike the  first known "orefbody, .which is  four feet in? width in'"the old  working--;";;. W. "J: Feltham, ��� the  manager; ,was 'over to Rossland  last week and "secured an option  on a' compressor' plant!' It is'the  intention of.the'compa'ny toy purchase this and have! it moved oven  and^injtalled'ati^as early !'a.,date  as possible.- " ,���*"���'"���   -,''      -���'  (-  Telephones Next- -Week.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  ft? the Trayelm^ ' Public.  Luf ��nd Commodious Sample ^oonjs, Billiwd Eoobw.  MoTAVJSH & GAMEROM Preprietor?.  Sgggr^r^- ^nvnvrjvr ^ Vi*W ^^*-^r^ ^r^ ^x^s ^r^-^r^ %  Glover Cleveland's will does not  give   the*'.value   of    the estate.  After providing for  a    fund   of  $10,000 tor each of the four child  reni the document leaves  the re  mainder of the estate to the widow.   .  _rfajrf*Jrfrj*i.r&Irftjs*r^.tfr^ j��eirfi-J^��0tj4r.jAtJ& *&  MOYIE'S   LEADING,  HOTEL.  ���fc.  Wardner had a fire on Saturday  last which destroyed a block, including the Central and Union  hotels. The loss is $70,000, and  the insurance - $7,000. It is  thought that the fire was of incendiary origin.  Moyie's .telephone system  will  be ^installed next week without  fail.    At a meetiug "held  Thursday, evening it  was    decided   to  have the work done at once and  by day's  pay,. not by   contract.  All   the    material - is  here.   The  rental for the   'phones  will probably begin on the first   of   Aug-  us t' ���   Has Good Farm.  %        LOCAL ASSAYS |  Jack Sjoberg is  in   town from !  Bonners Ferry.     '   ' |  Mrs. Moore was down to  ane during the week. '  Mrs. John ^Rivers returned  Tuesday from Rossland.  VBilly"  Ilinrahan is   a recent  arrival from Wallace, Idaho.  ,    Mrs. Dimock ahd Mrs.  Mackenzie were in  Cranbrook  Wednesday - o        "-i  , Tnere will be the regular" services at the Catholic church tomorrow.      - '      ' '" -  Mr. S. Moore, principal of the  Moyie school,"-'was 'in Nclson-i'the  first of the week. ,,    irdd_^4-  Jasper" Reneau -was up from  Hosmer   thi3   week - 'to   see'-his  brother. *'-dv>    ,.'-.'  / - ,i     ,   i       '  ifrs. Hollister left ��� yesterday  for the coast on a visit.-   d'-   _.,  The huckleberries are ripe and  are, said to be quite .plentiful  this year! y        '     '  Mrs. Larson left yesterday to  look after her farm, which is loca-  ted'near Bently, Alberta. ���    ''  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.  Robt.  McAllister last Sunday at  the' Cranbrook   hospital.  " Joe Goupill was up from Fernie  during"the .week.''  , Mrs/Dumphy and children are  over fro.n Sandon on a visit.  Mrs. 'Dumpliy is a sister of Mrs.  Thos. Summers.       -  - V-dDesaulnier" and- Victor Jr.  were down to Cranbrook Wednesday taking in the circus.   -  Chas; Fields, an old time carpenter in the the camp,! returned  to Moyie'this'"week after an absence, of several(months.    J'.'.  -'. ?���:- *?��� '���*Ta,yIor of the International . hotel'' ^vas -' in - Cranbrook  Wednesday. . - -  , Fred Kessler" was-up to Marys-  ville and' Kimberley during th e  week. "  BBf^a^KtKessswBssssssa  ^O^^X^2  %tP&��SBE!35SSR,  We give below our prices on a   few'leading  - dry and Toilet Soaps:  7 bars Kootenay Queen soap, 2.1 c  I  ..aun-  0   ��' Golden West in cartoon?,  , 5    " Eclipse. "  5*  " Royal Crown "  ,     "  5    " White Swan " -       ��  4    "Sunlight        -  v 3   " Fels Naphtha   "  2 cakes  Feet's Meebamcs  3 'J.   Golden West Tar  3     "   Ilerron's  Castile  3 ,   ''     Pear's , Unscentcd  23 c  25 c  20 c  25 c  25 c  25 c-  25 c <  25 c  50 c  k   11  r \\  M  ,<', \  i\\\  '���?:  These are not special' prices, but are  (Hose  quoted  I,  every day ,to all'our customers.    You, may search  j-ahejnarkot as close as you ,wish~yoii will, find ' no  belter values'-lhan these. 1> Tho same  may oe  said  '  of our stock all the.waythrough.' 'A doiJar "saved  ��� on a $20 purchase is an immediate return ot $1, or  '   o per cent on you a  money.  , "Wo* can*  J,yo'u that' amount.  * Give us your July  - we will prove it to you.' - ,  m  7-fr  >.ki,  ���-J  ������> >. j  t, v  m  I  easily\ save  orders   and  MacEachern & Macdonald  ai^as&a3g^g!^^^v.^>^^^vty^,,  The, Coming Convention  METAL   MARKET.  On Tuesday next, July 21, the  Conservative convention ' will be  held in the Nelson opera house at  11 a.' m. at which the candidate,of  the party will be choson by tiie  assembled delegate? from all, the  electoral subdivisions',of the district of Kootenay. On the same I,  day the district executive- committee will'meet to arrange for  organization - for  the campaign.  In the evening at 8-o'clock a  public meeting will be held in the  opera house which'-will be ad7  dressed by the candidate, by Hon'.  W. J. H-inna, provincial'secrefcary  of Ontario, and by several other  prominent   speakers.  New York���Bar,silver, 5t ctf- ,  Lead $1.75. Copper, 13 ct3��  London���Lead, ��12,'17s 6d  cJll v  ��� '��  1 >d*  ���-1 if.,*  4'#-  ���MUi  7^ Id  /��7t1i iVi I  ������A* ft"  -iff ���*  Protect the Bird  Is.  'j* ,"il  Our New Residences:  A. suse'riber has**pent to -this  office a clip'Ding from a Middlesex,  England, paper' dealing with "the-  usefulness of  birds.. It  gives an  J  '* \M  account of-an  illustrated lectitM''',-.' W'l'U  J-flc .  u. iTf-tijS  i^ 1 yf  -,  -W*M*J  5.\  ^V  '   rhia  Why is it  that 90 per cent o�� the trfl.v~  cllers are w.earing .,  20 CENTURY BRAND  Clothing?   A��k  HILL5  The department of mines at Ot-  awa' has requested G. O. Buchanan to continue administering the  lead bounty for some time yet.  Mr. Buchanan was expected to retire, but now he will carry on the  work until new instructions are  received.     /  W. G. Bateman, whose. ranch  is about four miles south of Moyie  has one of the' very best places  in the country. He is now iu the  midst of haying aud will put up  30 tons this year." Ha will also  market a large quantity of strawberries and vegetables.  Are Here for Vacation.  The Roman Catholic diocese of  New Westminister, which has included the whole mainland of  British Columbia and the Yukon,  has been aubdht led, and a northern diocese has been formed. BU-  hop BontenwHl retains the south  ern part.  Edward and Georgie Desaulnier  son and daughter of Edward  Desaulnier of Moyie, arrived  here today from Montreal, where  they have been attending college.  They will apeud their vacation in  Moyie.  Methodist Miflister Here.  FURNISHER.  .rJyjta-jtfi-rti &t-&ts��t^��T -*t jSt.-' ��� J2iLi4ti4tjs5i.ajjrji:  imperial Bank of  The Odd Fellow Ralief Association is entertaining a proposition  with reference to the suicide  clause, lt is proposed to add a  clause to the effect that if a mm  is insured for $1,000 and commits  suicide within one year after taking out the policy only $200 will  be paid. '.   [  Rev. R. E. CoUis, 1). A, of Vancouver arrived in Moyie yesterday to take charge of the Methodist church. There will be regular  services at the church tomorrow  evening at 7:30 o'clock.  Geo. R. Leask & Co., contractors of Cranbrook, have just completed a 20x21 cottage for 'Geo.  D. Garden. Tbe plasterers have  also just finished their work,  and the place will be ready to  occupy next week.  The carpenter work is nearly  done on Alex Cameron's new  residence. This place is 3*1x20  feet and one and a half stories.  The plasterers are working on  F, A. Hill's new residence. Mr. ,  Hill expects to be oceuping tho  place by the first of August.  K. D. Sfcinson's new house is  about x-eady to occupy, and he expects to^move into it next week.  Co'Op. .Shareholders   Meet  Sollectio^^  ijdndv4'"  r:  km  Mi  Uf  Capital Anthorizod * ���$10,000,OOQ.  Capital paid up T���-1,925,000..  Rest j -----4,925.000.  Savings hank department.  ��Tl��*��"Mt allowed on deposits from date   of  deposits  credited  quarterly.  |&flLNBROOK BRANCH.  J, F. M. PINKHAM, -Manager.  and  Mining Timber Contract,  �����imfr  j^T^rj^-JTC .'7E77!jr<*r'"x /?i_*9*'pijy*.. tv3^*'Z ���'v* W. *&��� *^ ja,*  James 3fcNeill of Moyie and  Geo. Powell of Cranbrook are  making good progress with-their  contract for taking out mining  timber. Their contract calls for  60,000 feet. The timber is being  taken out at the old Grant dr'  Sheady camp on the west side  of the upper Moyie lake. 7 |  NEW  MILK���J.  .Walters will'  be pleased to receive your orders.  . A meeting of the shareholders  of the Moyie Co-Operative Association -was held in the hall  last evening.. There will be a  meeting of the trustees next  Tuesday evening, July 21st.  Heavy Defense Fund.  Ifc cost the Western -"'Federation  of Miners $189,o80 for the defense of Moyer, , Haywood , and  Pettibone.  During the year, outside contributions were made to . the defence fund to'the amount of $70,-  451,  Chas. Smith died in~Sp~6kane-a  few days ago. Mr. Smith was  for a long time master mechanic  at the'St. Eugene.  Miss May Nicholson, who was  teaching school, at Cascade, came  over to Moyie thi3 week to spend  her vacation.  Desaulnier Bros, have been improving their property on Lake  street with new fencing and sidewalks, r. y  The two windows recently put  in the sides of Morley hall' have  made a great improvement from  a point of ventilation.  Presbyterian servico Sunday  evening at 7:30. W. T. McCree  speaker.  Miss Nicholson is prepared to  receive pupils in piano and organ.  For terms apply. -  Several Orange flags were in  evidence on the 12th of July, they  evidently having been put up  some time during the night previous.  Miss Nellie Bj,tfc ha? returned  to Vancouver after spendiug hor  vacation in Moyie. Mrs. Gilbert,  her sister, accompanied her to  Spokane.  Thos. Lanihan and wife left  Wednesday for Spokane, where  they will probably make their  home in future. Mr. and Mrs.  Lenihan leave a host of friends in  Moyie.  FOR SALE���Three roomed cottage, furnished, or will sell fiirni-.  ture seperate. Price very reasonable. Also sewing machine in  good repair. Apply to J. W.  Fitch.ddk, '-kk'k:y  Mrs. Whitehead and daughter  Clara, and Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  Whitehead left S uuday  for  their  ranch    near    Stettler,     Alberta,      Chas.. Farrell has a'force of uiei  Where they will  spend  the. next at work on the Society Girl-prop-  "/ j  ^  .it)  Enlarging Conrad Block.  Another story is' to be added to  the Conrad block, which adjoins  the Hotel Kootenay ou the north,  and which is now occupied by C.  A. Foote aud A. B. Stewart.  The lumber is ordered aud work  will commence next week. Cal-  der Bros, have the contract.  Baseball   Club Dance.  which was delivered'hi' that toi-*ii      f ^Lt,,  recently by a, ,Mr! Forbush:    Mr". /$$$)  Furbnsh pleads the ^cause-'oE.tbey;,,;?'4'^f|  .birds,  presenting   their ,* claim tod y/kyn  protection from the standpoint o?  utility,, as-  well  as   of-,beauty.  The average  daily  appitite  of a  robin,    for   worm?,  according  tr>  Mr.    Forbush's  ^computation,    is1  is equivalent, in proportion,.to 67 j  feet of sausage,  for a   man.'  H��  finds   use even  for  the  disposed ,  little sparrow, for he has evidenc��  of their destroying the tent caterpillars removing their inside pa fc '  aud leaving their outer  skin  empty.    As for  the    nighthawk. so- ���  called, it pays  its   way  beyond  qneston for the    stomach   of one  of these birds has "beeu  found to  contain 500 mosquitoe*.    Mr. For-  I bush    finds    that    tho    buzzird  I hawk destroys many field mice, so  destructive to crops the kingfisher eats  grasshoppers,  the mouru-  ing dove feeds   on   the   seeds of"  weeds and  the canvasback dnck  which is fast  being exterminated,  is a   great    enemy   to  tbe  arrav  worm.    But no matter  how u<5p.-  ful the birds are, he   said, we will  kill    them.    Children,    he says'  should    be    taught to   feed  and  shelter   the   bird1".    This    is  the  only way to  prevent their  totnl  extermination.     Many     of     tho  foreigners who arc coming to America   aro bird    hunters   and  wo  must   educate    their   children t ���>  protect  tho   birds   if we would   -  savo them   from  destruction.  *v  IP:  Thirty Days  Credit.  The baseball club cleared between $50 and $75 ou the dance  which they gave last Monday  evening. A good portion of this  was made from the sale of icecream iu the hall. The following  ladies looked after this part of  the affair; Mrs. II. G.inible, Mrs  K. D. Scinson, Mrs. A. Cameron,  Mrs. C. A. Foote, and the Misses  Ferris.  At the Society Girl.  few weeks.  Roy Burch, the nine year old  son, of Mr: and Mrs. John Burch,  was bitten by a vicious dog last  Tuesday. The dog wa3 afterwards killed. Thoro aro still too  many of these worthless dog3 in  twon,  erty, and work will be  continued  steadily from   this   on.  Barber   Shop Sold.  Siyin Consor thi" week so" I hi?,  barber shop iu ��� the Central bote,  to W. C. Oliver cf. Spokane.  Tha Vancouver  Retail   Grocer*.'  Association, at   its regular  meeting  decided   that   the  giving   ��if  credit for more  than   thirty day--  was no ,longer  feasible  and   tha*;  hereafter they would  insist  on  a  settlement of  . ac'ciunt-*    due  an  least once a month.   A Vancouver  despatch .say*:   "This action wi'l  caiise.uosiirprlri? to (he majority  of pacipl.e, for it  is  a.well known  fact that the wholesale trade  fo-.-  the past year  has   boon   pressing  nhe  rotailer   for    q'deker   settle-  nents..   One branch of thi=* trad i  :*i  now  demanding    fiffceen    day  settlements of tho grocer.  Good News for John D.  Greenwood      Ledge���John    D.  "Rockefeller    will   hear  of .spracv  hingtpl.il advantage by sei'v  ing his address to thi3  qfli-^'  -;.!.��. THE     LEADER,   ' MOTIE.     BRITISH    COl^MBI^  i.  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And Hjii.s it nlso  I aiip.-iif.l tlmt iln-v .l'btmil tlN-in'tft-Ivt".  linking iJ-uvii nt,rrniico.se <U* Moiite-;-  l-nii tisdhe wns led to Der death,' and'  tlmt ihoy he.iiil that liv.-^t irltcous pry  lor a;d nt die iuM.uit wIr-ii lho he.ivy  hand of' the run, m Willi the ax fell  upiiu her -huuldcyand she was forced  ('own uron lioi- let'em heilde the block.  She shrunk sc'i-ejiiiiii.'' from the dreadful i-pil si.inu'd, pi'ea>y' hillet of wood,  < bin the biiU'liei-hiMM'il up his weapon  ' ami tiie <.e!j,'!ic*u'i' luwl taken a stop for-  wnr.l m illi hfuid otiistrelohcd to seise  the loim- auburn h.ilr nnd to drag tlii5  t.ni'nt.v head down ^-itli  It when sud-  - donly he was stiuelv motlonk-ss -wlti  astiiiiibhiiifiit and htood w.itli his fool  advanced  nnd ,hl*i hruiil  f-tlll out,  hi-  luouth half open mid his'eyes fixed In  front of him. <  And, indeed, what lie had seen was  enough  to fill  any- man  with  amazement.    Qut of thp small square win-  'dow which faced him a man had suddenly shot headf *r'emost,J pitching on  to   his   outstretched   hands   and   then  < bounding to his t< et   Within a foot of  liis heels came L e7]iead" of a second  one.  who   fell  more heavily  than thp.  first,   and   yet   recovered - himself   as  -/    quickly.    The one wore the blue coat  - ; and silver facings of the king's guard!  ' the second had the dark coot and clean  'shaven  face of/a- man  of- peace,   but  each carried a-short rusty iron* bar in  his hand. Not a word did either of  them say,''but the soldier took two  , quick steps forward and struck at the  headsman while ho'was still���poising  *' himself for a blow* at the victim. There  was a thud, with a crackle like a breaking egg.' and1 the bar flew into pieces.  The'headsman gave a dreadful cry,  dropped his ax, clapped his two hands  to his head and, running zigzag across  the scaffold, fell over, a dead man,.  Into the courtyard beneath. /  Quick as a, flash De Gatinat had  caught up tho ax and faced De ��Ion-  tespan.- ,    '   ,  ,    "Now!" said he. v _  The seigneur'had for the instant been,  too .astounded to.speak.   Koxr he under  stood at least that these strangers had  Mine between him and his prey.'  "Seize these men!" hc.shrieked, turning to his followers.,      ��� ,    <>  "One   moment!"   cried' De   Catinat,;  with a; voice aud manner which com-  manded   attention,     "you  see  by   my  coat'what I ani.<   I am the body servant   of   the   king.     "Who   touchesv mo  - touches him.",      - y,   ' -       " r'  "On, you cowards!", roared Do Mon-'  ' tespau.' o \  But Uie men nt arms hesitated, foi*  the fear of the king was as a great  shadowc which hung over all France.  De Catinat saw their indecision.  "This woman," ho cried, "is the king's  own favorite, and if any harm come to  ti lock of iler hair i tell 3-011'that-there  Is not a living soul within this portalico  who will not die a death of torture."  "Who arc these men, Marceau'?" cried  the seigneur furiously.  "Thoy are prisoners, your excellency." \  "Who ordered jou to detain them?"  "You did. ���Tuc escort brought youn  signet ring."  "I never saw the men. There'is devil  try in this. But thoy shall not be.n  irne in my own caslle. inr st.uul !>���>  Itween me and mv own w:fe Xo. p-n  dlou! They shall not and I vf*' Von  men, Marceau, Etieune, Gilbert, Jean,  J-ierre, all- you who have eaten my  bread, on to them, I say!" -  'lie glanced round with furious eyes,  but they foii only upon hung heads  nnd averted faces. With a hideous  curse he Hashed ont his sword and  rusViecl nt his wife, who still knelt .half  in-.ensible beside the block. De Catinat sprang'between them to protect  her, but Marceau, the bearded seneschal, had already seized his master  round the waist. Willi the strength  of a maniac, his tooth clinched and the  foam churning from the corners of his  lips, De Montespan writhed round in  the man's grasp, anil, shortening his  sword, he thrust it thiough the brown  board and deep into tlio throat behind  it. Msi 1-00.1x1 I'o 1 back with a choking  cry, tho blood bubbling from hi-, mouth  and  his   wound;   but   before   his   mur-  j own  followers  against him���tor   >rar-  i ceau   was   well   luvvd   among   them���  . that, wiih as. and b'dok so ready, jus-  | tice might very swiftly h.ive liad her  I  way had not a long, cl&jr bugle call,  ' rising and falling iii a thousand little  I twirls aud flourishes clanged out sud-  ��� denly   lis   tho 'still   morning   air.     De  { Catinat  pricked   up' his   ears   at   the  sound of it like a hound at ihe huntsman's call.  "Did you hear, Amos'-*,*  "It was a trumpet." ,  "It was the guarJs" bugle call. Tou,  there, hasten to tho gate! Throw up  the portcullis and drop the drawbridge!  Stir yourselves,,or oven now* you may  suffer for your master's sins! It has  been a narrow escape, Amos."  "You may say S3, friend. I saw him  put out Ins hand- to hor hair even as  you sprang from ihe window. AuoUier  instant and he would have had hor  scalped. But she i-- a. fair woman���tiie  fairest that cvcr.my eyes rested upon���  and it is not (it thru: she should, kneel  h6re. upon theie' boards." lie dragged  ber husband's long lilaek cloak from  him and made a pillow for the senseless woman with a tenilorness and delicacy which came strangely from a man  of his build and bearmg.  no was stiJU, stooping over her when  there came the ohing of the falling  bridge, and an Instant later the clutter.,  of the hoofs of ,a troop <pf cavalry, who  swept, widi wave of plumes, to."-.* of  manes and jingle of steel, into the  courtyard. At the bead was a tall  horseman in the full dress 'of the  guards, with a curling feather in his  hat, high buff gloves and, his 'sword  gleaming in the Sunlight. 'De Catiuat's"  face brightened at the sight of .him,  and he was down iu an instant beside  his stirrup. " - "  "De BrisP.ac!" he cried. ' ���  "De CJatinat! ' Now where in the  name-of wonder did you come from?"  "1'ha.ve been'a prisoner.   Tell me, De  Brissac, did you leave Uie-message in  Paris?'And,the archbishop came? 'And-  the marriage?" - ���   ��� '  "Took  placev as  arranged.    That is.  wby'this poor woman whom I se'e yonder hasJhad to leave the palace."  '  "I thought as much." -.7-  id cn.ii-f, eacn pi���:-..���- mnumem. xipotj ! 1 jjf-j   j* a/jR/5 ftTin&l    fi?  argument to overcome the ro-uc-taiio, ' HlfLnmlVf M 1 *U61    U  of tbe king.    Madame bent over her j TUC      LfJFIKSPV^  tapestry aud weaved her colored silks ) I Bit     ^��jj����tl U  in silence, white the king leaned upon j    his hand and listened with the face o>   And   Brjght"s   D'^56   Are   Praci',cri~  in,"  being ovoicome with feeling- '-f  am j-cre ia <_-nai*e   weariness   und   de-.pojidu.icy.  there would be little need for ! J-J'Jg^ K'irE  whicli are mo.-t 'lOtuvablcy in tlio  urine., dpon thohv tlu* pliyMCian relies for a po.-Hivc- ni'iintoii. Jf the  urine is of a deep coli-r lia< a .-tr<wg  odor and .depo.siU a-heavy sediment  upon standing, then <.-o)i--!ilei your  t'ftao ciirefullyT They n'o infallible  sign's, but' not . of an incurable disease- thank.1 to  Dr. Ch;*-e. *  J5r. 'Chase's Kidnov-r.jvor Pills iinve  cui'ed other per.-<oii.-.'; thoy can cure  ���you. One pill a clo.-o, L'j cent? a box.  at all dealers, or E-uiiah-on. Bate.-s &  Co., -Toronto, Out Wnto' far t Dr.  Chase's' 1908 Calendar Almanac.  "I trust that -no harm has come to  her?"     r - ''  ,"My friend and I were just ,in time  to save her. Iler, hushaad'lies'there.'  Ue,is a fiend, De Brissac."    *'  ",Yery likelye -But an"angel might  have grown Ijitter had he had the same  treatment." *   ; ��� ���  "We have him pinioned'here. He has  slain a man, and I have slain another."  " "On my word, you have been busy."  "How did you know that we weie  here?" - '  w2*"ay,'Uiat is an unexpected pleas-,  ure."   , d    '  "You did not come for us, then?"  k"No;   we-came' for  the   lady.-   nor.  brother' was   to   have   taken   hGr   in  liis carriage.,   Ileiy husband,learned it.  and   by   a   lying, niessacre   he, coaxed  her intxi  his own,   which  was at  another door.   When De Vivonnc found  that she  did  not come, and  thatthcr  rooms were empty he made inquiries  and sodn1 learned how she had gone.  De Montespan's arms hud. been   seen  on, lhe'pauel,"and so tho^ king'sent me  -here'with my1 troop as fast'as wo could,  gallop.""-_ < y   J \ <   r  - "Ah. unci yon- would havo come too  late had a str.'in-ro chance not-brought  us here. I know not who it was who  ;-vayInId us. for this man seemed to  know nolhlng of the matter. However, an that will- be clearer afterward.   What is to be done now?"   ,  "I have my own orders Madame is  to be -sent lo 1'etit Boitrg,, and any  who aro concerned in offering hor violence are lo be kept until the king's,  pleasure is 'known. ' The castle, too,  'must be held for the king. ' But you,  De Catinat, you have nothing to do  now."  i"Nolhing save that I would like well  to ride into Paris to see that all is  right with "my uncle and his daughter." , '-  "Ah, that sweet little cousin of thine!  By my soul, I do not wonder that- the  folk know you well in the Hue St.  Martin. Well, I have parried a message for you once, and you shall do  as much for me now."  "With ail my heart. And whither?"  ' "To Versailles. The king will be on  Are to know how we have fared. Yon  have tbe best right to tell him, since  without you and your friend yonder it  would have been but a sorry tale."  "I will be there in two hours."  "Have you horses?"  "Ours were slain."  "You will find some In the,stables  hero. Pick the best, since you hare  lost your own in the king's service."  The advice was too good to bo overlooked. De Catiuat, beckoning to  Amos Green, hurried away with him  to the stables, while Do Brissac, with  a few short, shaip orders, disarmed the  retainers, stationed liis guardsmen all  over tho caMle and arranged for the  removal of :ho lady and Tor tho custody of hor husband. An hour later the  txvo friends x-'-ie. iidnig swiftly down  the countr- road, inhaling the sweet  air, which scorned tlio fresher for their  Into r-\pci-i( iii-o of the d.mk, foul vapors of tln-ir dmiKcon.  a man who knows that he is dm en  and yet can hardly turn against tho  goads. On the low table lay a paper  with pen and ink beside ir. ,It was thc  order for the revocation, and it only  needed the king's signature to make it,  the law.    - i  "And so, father,  you are of opinion  that if I stamp out heresy in this fashion I shall assure my own salvation in  the next world?" he asked,  "You will haxe merited a,reward."  "And you, think so, too, M. Bishop?"  "Assuredly, sire."      ,.   ,  "Besides, sir,e," said Pcre la Chaise  softly  stron'cer incisures. As I have already  remarked la you, you are so beloved ln  !,your kingdom that the mere assurance  that you had expressed your'will upon  the subject woxnd be' enough to turn  them all to the true faith." . '  "I wish that 1 could ?hink so. father;  I wish that I could think so. But what  is this?"  It was his valet who had half opened  the door.,, ,  "Captain de^Catinat is here, sire."  ' "Ask lho captain lo enter. Ah!" ,A  happy, thought seemed to have'struck  him. "We sti.nll soe what love for me  will do In' such a matter/ for if It i'J  'anywhere to be found It must be among  my own body servants.'"   '  The guard��mnn had arrived that in-^  stunt, from his long ride,, and, leaving  Amos Green with the horses, he hud.  come on 'at once, all dusty and travel  stained,, to carry Tils message to 'the  king, lie entered now ,nnd stood with  the quiet ease of a mail'who is used  to such scones.    ���       '      ,; ��  *  "What news, captain?'" *���>���  " "Major-'de Brissac bade me telUyon.  fsire', that he bold the castle of I'ortl!-"  lac, that thedady is safe'and that her  husband* is a prisoner.",  Louis alirt bis wife exchanged a'quick  ghince' of relief.      . ' '  "That'is well," said ho. "By the  way. captain, you have served me in  many ways' of late and -always -with  .success.- I.hoar. I���ouvof$. ,'that De la  Salle is dead,of the smallpox.',*'  5 "Ho died yesterday, sire." - > '���" *  "Then ' I desire ,that you make out-  the vacant commission of, major 1���o  M. de Catinat.- Let me'be'Uie first tb  congratulate ,'you, major, u'pon your  promotion."    - " -  ,     '  De1 Catiuat, kissed  the  hand   which  the monarch'held, out,to him.      ,   ,.''  "May I be'.worthy of your kindness.  ly One.  Dr, Eris-iit di;iwi-a tlmt ilie^-yinp  toms of Blight'*'dw 1-0 ��<--ie oausoii  bv inflammation 01 the kidnoy .- 1 bus  it deiivos its nam-* A-- to tiie relationship of Dr. Cha-Ps Kitlney-Livar  Pills to the fibou' ili-e.w*. the to.sti-  mpnials  of tlnm-nn*!-.  boar  evKlomv.  Xotwuhs-i.iiuling     tin-     rc-maikablo  cures of tin* dtoauful disease by tins  'medicine, people .still  v. 01k  on, ci*in  plaining oi leiiible pam.s in tJ��e fiu.ill  ARTISTS'   BLUNDERS.  -j  ���  ft. procession of Monks That Adam and  ' Eve Enjoyed.  Among tho most amusing "breaks"  bv artists Is 11 landscape by Turner iu  which a rainbow is" depicted behind  ihe sun. This occasioned almost as  much humorous comment hi ^English  art circles as did the slip of Constant,  the great I'Veueb artist, who, in his  portrait of Queen Victoria painted the  ribbon of' the Order of the Garter the  wrong,rolor.  A pieturo of Adam and Eve in the  garden of P.don hung In the-gallery  of the Oosu. In,Lisbon, represents the  if*ill 1 mill   \J��   it'll inn     waiuo   in    ���*v   �����"        -���--    -���r _  1,...  of the back, exclaiming thoy fool -all! first couple as watching a procession  of monks.  In the famous galleries at Antwerp  are certain,pictures of old masters hi  whi.'h the'jumble of Ideas is,as remarkable as the technique is fine. In  one picture of heaven ,the archangels  are armed wiih bows mid arrows, nnd  in a celebrated painting, of ."The Murder of the Innocents" the massacre'ii,  represented as taking place In a city-  of Holland. The parents of the children are stout burghers, the' Itomnn  soldiers are Dutch ppllcemen armed  wlth^rnuskets, and-thc innocent infants  are rraii'sfoniipd into solid schoolboys  ln bulgy woolen trousers nnd Jackets  and hobnailed shoos.'  sire!  - "You would do what you could to  serve me. would you nol?, Then' 1  shall put your fideUty to the proof '  "Lam "ready for auy proof.."    -   -  "It Is'not a' very severe one. -Yon  -ec this paper upon the table. It ^ is  in order that all the Huguenots iu my  dominions shall give up their errors,  under-pain of banishment or paptiVily.'  Xow 1, have'hopes that,there are ui/iny  of my faithful subjects -who are at  Mult in this 'matter, but who w'll ab-  jnre''it when ���they <learn.thiLt it is-my  alearly " expressed '" xvish, o that ' they  should do so. Do you 'follow me?"'  ��� "''Yes, sire." "-The , young' man'had  turned .-deadly pale,* and'he'shifted his  Tefit and opened aud ola��ped bis hands.  /'You. are yoiirself a Huguenot, I understand. 1 would .gladly hare you,  then, as a first fruit of this great measure. Let us' bear from your 'own lips  that you. for one. are readj- to' follow  the lead"1 of your king." 'c  The young guardsman 'still hesitated,  though h's doubts were rather as to  how he should frame his reply than as  to what lis sunstanco should be. Ho  felt that iu an 'instant Fortune had  wiped ont all tbo good turns which she  had done him during ids past life and  that, now. far from being in her debt,  he held a heavy score aganist hor. Tho  king arched his eyebrows and drummed hi; lingers impatiently as he  glanced at the downcast face, and dejected hearing.  "Why all this thought?"' he cried.  "Yoii are a man whom I have raised  ���ind whom I will raise. ' He who has a  major's epaulets at thirty' may carry a  marshal's baton at fifty. Your past limine, and your future shall be no less  so.    What other hopes have you?"  "I ha\e none, sire, outside your servr  ice." <-  ''"Why this silence, then? Why do  you not give the assurance which I demand?" ,  "I cannot do it, sire. It Is impossible.  I should have no more peace in my  mind or respect for myself if I knovi  tliat for tiio sake opposition or wealth  I hud given up tlio faith of my la  therss."  "Man. you are surely mad! There i*  all that 11 man could covet upon one  side, and what i.s thoro upon the other?"  ''There is my honor."  "And is u, then, a dishonor to embrace ir.y religion?"  "It xxotild be a dishonor to me to em  br.sce it fur the- sake of g.xiu Withuui  bollox ing in it."  "Then b.*iiox'o It."  "Alas, s're, n nun cannot force him  ���soir to behove. Uehef Is 11 thing xvl-:oli  must come to him. n >| he to ii."  Presence   of < Mind ,,  Ct'eiiGial Punston', at a dinner in  San ,Francisco, cited an exiuuplo c'f  great  presence of-niiml.       ,  "'In the height oi the,disorder here"  he said, "a mob x\ad looting ,a big  grocery xvheh a baud ol soldiery ar-  lived on the scene, k   ' - -  "One , thief, had seized' two hams,  and wus about to make off' with 'one  under each arm, when he isn plump  into   an 'ofliper,      ' ,   ,   ���   \   < '  '"Placing,-the hams' 111 the officer's  anus,   he   said, peremptorily :-���-  '" 'Tiike care* of. these,,, my man,' ,cr  the,' llrst thing you know,, they xviil  be ptoleii'." , ���*       - , "     ���        _  '''  Ko mattec hoxx- deep-rooted the' corn  or \ffirt may be7ft must yield to Hol-  lOway's Corn ,,Cure if ',usgd, ab ' dir-"  ected.        -       '   ' . '      *  younger  "���'"Seems  to, me  you - look  than ever.*'      ,d -   ,    , , 1 ,  "Why not? As J grow older F welcome more and more expert in avoiding'tiouble."���Lite.   ,      '7 f  Minard'si Liniment Cures .Diphtheria.  Eastus���Boss,- ain't yo',goin"to> run  Xo' no',oliice;dis year?'  .    ���  a- '     ' . 7  Mr. Hiskins���No, Eastus; not this  year. * "   '     ,  ltastus���T'm sorry fo' 'dat. .'Co.s I  certainly does needs de' money dis  yeah. ' - '..,��,  SUMMER-COMPLAINTS    ...d  /     -KILL LITTLE' ONES-  At the first signs of |illness clurir^  the -hot weather -months give 'the  little ones Baby's Own 'Tablets, 'or  in a'few'hours* theTchild'm'ay-be .beyond cure. - These,-,-Tablet^ will .prevent- summer ^complaints if" given oc-,  casionally. to well ;,children,-<and' will  'promptly cure."theFo-'iroubles if1 they  como iunoxpeciedly. " Baby's. .Own Tablets bhoukl< always bo' kept'ih eveiy  home where'there 'are young cliildren-.  There is'no bluer medicine so effective and the mother has the guarantee  of a government analyst that the Tablets are absolutely sale. Sirs, E.^  Le Brim, Cariljon, Que.? says:���"Baby's Own TnbletH aie the best medicine I" know of for'regulating" the  stomach and bowels. ' 1 think no  mother should be without .this medicine." Sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 'Sri cents- a box from The  Dr.<; Williams' Medicine -Co., Biock-  villc,  Ont. ,  If you'd make  your money .last,  ,   In strict economy be versed;  And  even  then  yoxi stand aghast  'To think you've got to make it first.  7 ���Puck.  ��      SOMNAMBULISM.'   ' " -  Some of the  Curious'Things  Done by  1 '       Sleepwalker*- ;,.  'Many years,ago an archbishop 'of  Bordeaux attested the case of a young  ecclesiastic who was lnjl(tlie .habit, of'  getting up during the night In a' state  of soninnmbuli.sni 'nnd.( taking pen.  Ink and paper, composing and writing bis sermons. When he finished one  page he would read aiid correct lt. Iu.  order to ascertain whether, the _sotn-  ���tftiubnllst ,mi^de"use of ,his eyes-Uie!  archbishop hold^a piece of pasteboard  under' his"/htti to rprt-vent his peeing,  the'paper upon which'he was writing,,  hut he continued"'(o write bn< without  being iu the-least Inconvenienced. *"-'*���  , It isj'relaterl of Negrctti. a sleepwalker, that, he would "sometimes carry a  lighted candlemas if to give,him light  -iln 'his, employment, but on a bottle  being .substituted he took lt'atid carried  Jt-wlthout apparently .-noticing the difference.;   - ' ' 1 - ,      ]r     , ,   y  Another somnambulist would dress*'  In his sleep and go to,the cellar, where  It was pitch dark, iind draw wine from  the cask without walking ln.to<anytbing  and without spilling a "drop of the  wine, but'if he'happened to'awake in  the cellar he had 'great dlfllculty hi.  ,groping his xvayoUL���Exchange. *        ,  c Another Kind.       , "  ',When'Johnny   Hobbs  left  his  home  up among t,lio New Hapnpshlre hills to'  visit   bis-' grandinotlior'^ln^ Worcester.  Mass., he xyas cautidued' by his, mother  that ibe would find  things In'tha'city t  straugely/lifferent from those atyhome  J o'h liny'"arrived   hi 'the ' c'arljy after-'  noon, ���' and Jong ' before, ctea^ time"���' his  fernndmother,  who "lived   most-,simply.'  told hliu to"'run oxij to the pantry and  get .nt boxvl of milk xvhlch'she had -left  there "for a1 hungry!.boy.".,-���    '" ~      '    -  y A   niornernrdntr'rysh'e   foliow-ddyjilm  and.'' to   her- amazement," beheld " lier:  grandson  bra'vciy at jvork on  a ��� boxvl  of spea.ruiint lea which she had forgetfully put in( the place  where she  had  told him to find the mllki',  "Why. child." she cried, seizing the  boxyl   from   poor* Johnny,   "don't. you  s know this isn't milk?" '  - -  ."I���I knewy It wasn't'like Hlllbury  milk," stammered .lolninj*, with a final  gulp, "but i thought maybe It xx-as the  -kind folks 'had in Worcester."  .  CIIAI'TKU   XVI.  WO d.i;,s after .Mine, do Maln-  ti'iion's   in.icriagu   (o  the   king  the.-e xx as hold xxithin the Iniui-  . id yyd  Shortening Vic sii;t>rd, he lhrut:l. il deep  ���into the throat.    '  .derer could disengage his weapon pe  Catinat and the American, aided, by-a  dozen of the retainers, had dragged  him doxvn on to the sca'ffold, and Amos  Green had pinioueJ him so securely  that ho could hut move his eyes and  his lip's, with xvhich he lay glaring and  anittine uf iboin     So sax-age wen?.bis  hie  xx-alN ol   her lilfle room  a  meeting whicli   xx.is do-tmod to cause  untold -misery- to   many   hundreds   of  thousands'of poop'o.'  . The tini'o. had conio.' xvheti the church  was   to .claim   Iieiv promise   from   ina-  dame.and hor pale 'cheeks and sad eye's  shoxved hoxv vain it. had boon for-her  to. try lo drown  (he pleadings of. her  toiidor heart by. the arguments of the  bigots; around  hor. .She knoxv.l'he Huguenots od France. ..Who could  know  thorn, bottoi',. sooing that she was herself   from   their ���,slock   and   had   been  brought up. in tlioiir 'faith?   'She know  their-patience, their nobility, their independence,     their,    tenacity. ������   -What  chance1 was there that thoy'would, conform to lho kintr's v.i-li?  A few groat  nobles   might,   but   the. other:-   xvould  laugh at  tlio-galleys;, the jail, or ox-en  tho   gallows,-when, lho   faith   of-their  'father's  xvas  at  slake.     If  tlioir  creed  were 110 longer  tolerated, ilien. anj if  thoy   remained   true  to   it,   they   must  either (ly from tlio .country, or spend a  living (loath tug-lug at an oar or working in a chain gang upon the roads.  The   eloquent   I'lshop- Bossuot   was  there.'Willi   Louvois.   ihe  miuislor   of | too  good "to  Uiro  v:a.r. ��ud the thin, uale Jesuit, Fath"*-.   hi  A' New Railway Danger Signal.  Testimony in a recent distressing  lecident due to a grade crossing collision 'between a trolley car and a  passenger tiain shoxved that danger  signals are rncklessly ignored sometimes. To make schedule time is the  object set before niotorinen and engineers,', and it is only fair to say that  occasionally the making of schedule  time by a. train xvill 'imi.l the liability  to accident through confusion. However, the practice of ignoring signals  has c-inie io be a menace, and railroad  men have encouraged a new device  -for signaling xvhich ol-o stops tlio  Ir-.iin or car signaled. If the machine  operates effectively it will doubtless  bo xxitloly adopted. -  Thp new signal cannot be ignorod,  1 because the oar or t/am is at once  tahen from the control of its ma&ter  and compelled to stop. The only xvay  to start motion is for some one to  alight and lolea-o tho exterior chock,  fixed automatically at the tune tho  signalman fives xxanung. Tifcontly  an   old  lailrr-Md   man  declared   in  an  .,,, ,.   ���..,,.,      ,.       .,   T     .       article printed m The Atlantic Month-  ...y Kk. ," i ,m'01'" 7"! * T:'"^ I ->' th!,t ��'- Pi��ctice of ig.,onng signals by i.ulroaci men at certain tnno3  has become a h.ibil liard to crad.oate.  lie con&ide.ed the ptacticc responsible for many distressing accidents,  but xet Irainnieri continue to exercise  discretion, if the obstacle suggested  by the signal is soon tho warning is  ,'heeded, 'bi.it if-not speed is merely  slackenedyand no full stop made, if  railway men will not obey rules' as to  signals absolutely n device to check  tlioir train in spite of them ��� xvill 1^  found   necessary, .especially at   points.  wher'p Hia liuiur-r is   crron'      '.  A Musical SpHer.  The extraordinary iiuisioal seiisitlve-  uess of spiders has sex-oral times been  proved.    Every one has heard of  l*el-  lisson's spider.    Consoler of the unfortunate prisoner, it  perished  because it  As a vermicide',theie if no ipropar- I listened too closely to the captive's yio-  ation    that    equals    Mother    GiaveV   Hn.    The jailer sit xv It and crushed" It  Worm   1-Ixterminator.     It 'has   saved   brutally.. Gretry. the composor.'spoaks  the lives of countless cluld.cii. , of a faTOrite BpWor ���,|Icll deSf.cn(]&j  along Us thread upon his piano as soon  as ho played It. When giving recitals  at Brussels- lluhinstein saw a large  spider issue from the floor of the platform and listen to the music. Do gave  three concerts at the^same hail.' and,  on each, occasion tho spider appeared.  ���Paris itevue.  glancing, v i'h a hitter smile, at his  Jesuit c-onfi ss,;r. ������( shall have to p'ok  the cadets of the Inmseh ild from yom  seminar;*, since in; o'lieuis liave turned  casuists and thcil igians So. for tlu  last time, yon ionise* to ob��*y my ro  tjue.st'-"  "Oh, .siroJ'-    Do '-Catinat took a step  forward.. xvitliovit . outstretched'- hands.-  'and tears-iu���liis'oj-os. ���  liut tho.king ehepked h.inrwitlia gesture. "I desire no-protostiitions.'* saie  he. ."Ljiidgo n man by his. acts. Uo  .vou a'bjure or not?"     -���������������  "I cannot, sire"  .  "Vou see," said Louis,, turning again  to the Jesuit, "it  win not be as''easy  ris you.think."  "This man is obstinate, it is true, but  many-others will he more yielding."  The* king shook his head. "I xvould  that-  Sailing Clubs.  The first sailing club was probably  the Cork Harbor Water club, noxv  known as the Royal Cork Vacht club,  established In the year 1720. The vessels xx-ero small, and from that period  until early In the nineteenth century  yachting developed but sloxvly. Iu  1SI2 the Cowes Yacht cfub was founded with some lirty.rixe , yachtsmen.  Since that dale yachting associations  liax-p rapidly groxvn In numbers and  strength all over Europe and America.  ,   MAKES THEM ANGRY. ���  How a Skunk Capture* Y2II0W Jacket  With Ki�� T.*i].  All agree ihat the Mtunk is lho  natural enemy of iiis-xcl", and it is for  this reason ihat int. faimcis in a great  many agiicultural difetnc'.-. have fa<��-  cured iogihlution f<*r Iii? f^ot^ctioii.  but did you ever think xvimt lngonu-  itv is emplox-od by ihe iitlle felloxx  in the capture of, hu pro"?, Does he  ehaiin liko the t-nakc-i Doe.s be Le  in wait, or does he pmvbke them to  assault*" It is' the^'lattor. A skunkv  can catch unv insect tl��ut he o.-in ffit  to fight hSiii. 'On one oocadon I went,  to the woods in quo.st of ^(juiirols  It xx as a xv arm. cloudy afternoon* in ���  September. While Atanduig op a log  wait.rig for 11 squiirel I Wiw a large  object moving thiough Uie wooda *o-  xx'aid mo. which 1 fir.��t'took to be a  pnn- fox, I raised my gun and pre-  pared to j-iioot. but a* the animal advanced.! noticed that it was not a fox,  hut a skunk, the largo��t I had ever  seou, his color being 'much .like that  of a gray fox.. Whenr he .first-saw me  ho xx-as about txventy steps away,, but  instead of making an'effort to retrial  he rose 6rs his too.--, fluffed up hin.-  hair and tail and jumpxid up two or  three times,'alighting on the ground  stiff logged,, after' the fashion, of a'  sheep on the entry -of a, dog to the  barn lot, as a mad houve cat will do.  I kept him covered all the' time xviUi  my gun. , ���    7 ' J  '   In a few n.imites Jus anr.er seemed  ,to  subside.    Tte   then  walked   a  Utv,  ,0-et datvay, and -AfitM��itf leftjmwdie  piadc a-few, quick,, dig's uv the leuvei-  and   then,  turning  around. > began   to  slowly'switch his Lai! over the place  "whore   he- had   scratched; ,  At   each  movement I��� became .more_ and mere1  interq-j-ted,  and <. watching,   I-'savf   'a'  6warrn   of/ yellow  laiSkets ^mer-rhyt'  from   the-ground.    Hot andrfufjouft,  theVVdartcd' at* the UUlc'f^Hojv'a-.lail.  which xvas kept constantly in' motion.  each one sticking'tight io Inn long fur  and db'ng-.n&".damage.   J never mall.  "forget hi^-keen black^'eyes aB^lie^H-*"  ed at me, as if to say: "Waiclr nie.T-  have done it'vbefore/'   '   ,j!   ' ,,,-ds_,  \V,ith  a  tail  covered'-'with  japjtetftf  .like' so' many--bulis; he xxa^lyiid adip-"  feet away and be^an to .pick them *<*fi  and-eat them as a hungry boy>vould  so many be*rix>s.    This',act- repeatc��r  once' triore, the. little yellow waroprf  were gone, andr their,hotno,s left/de,  fenceless  and 'deso-ite,* w-asr/lup^ofii  and carried'away by the visitor,-who  left apparently without 'any f<yir that  I xvould do.him harm. ,-A-ftd"T. then" a-  boj'7 noxv -groWn -to   manhood,, ami  glad,tha,t I did not shoot.���Forest nJid  Stteam.'' 7  -       , -' "'-"' *��r^-r -*-\  1    f How-,to" Clean Straw.   ?<j~^4> "*  A good  straw*- ���. lasfcV a "J-ong time-> if  properly cared- for,   and   when  trimmings are 50 -very roiMonablc in prl<��  every . xvoihan  can   havi (stylii-h.'hiitfi  'if'she knoxx-a the elcRning-Uick.** Tn  clean a white milan",or a split straxV  .scrub' with toothbrush or .imilhrash  dipped yin a xx-eak solution of-oxalic,  acid and xx'inter, then wiUi"cle��n,^vat<ar.  not xx-etting jriofi}'^thari iipqetsaVy.  Tlien " scatter .prepipitaie ofySuiphui  and lay in the,sun.-' Brush jbff.wrjth  a   clean-1-brush   when ^dry-," and   >*our  vhaAt:xxill be'.clean and white. y^'A \ilkekt  milarl, heinp'brmd or.liorseliaii-KCleaii  with nap ,��ide of velvet dipped'-in-  ,alc(>h6l, and nibbed .'thoroughly with,  tiie ."tips" Of tiie fingers.^ -"Black* cWp,^  give a "coaijjof pottle shoeblsieking.  ColoT<j.d_,hati;7-clV,an VithvgasBlihe and,.  a piece.-of velvet.^Fadi-xl hata,can be  stinted w'itK.a dyeniado of oil painty  and * gasoline. ' The 'only' remedy; for  chip hats-, that'arc sunburned or faded  'is to give.thcrn'a'eoat of polish or take  them to a professional. White, colored and black lace or net hats can be  ^cleaned bv dipping tha hats without  the trinirtdtig in clean gasoline and  drying outtlde. ' t  iNovel ' Incident In Lords., - -  Lord ' Morley*- did not .'liter the  IIouv? uf T-,ords�� in.the orthodox way.,  On the-very, threshold of bin new  career he came in1 conflict xx-itli Uie  traditions of'that august "assembly.  Tlio onlookcre present during the  ceremony of swearing in noticed ti  sudden -break in tho order ' of -proceedings. The new poor addressed  the reading clerk, who xx-.-is observed  to shake his head vigorously in the  negative.. , A hurried consultation  took place betxx-con the .reading, clerk  and Lord Peel, xx'ho, xvilli Lord Ksher,  blood sponsor for Uie new pcor. 'The  incident arose upon Lord ��� Jlorlcy!-"*  refusal to take, the oath,,he insi&Ung  on making" an affirmation. There  being no precedent for such .objection,, there xvas no form of aflirrnatlon  handy. The form of nath, hnxvover.  was slightly varied, nnd the incident  closed xvithoul its significance bcinp  guessed bj\ the Qiilookers. The rest  of the ceremony was unimpoAchably  deeorous.  TOOKRi  swms.'  Pp you cxtr fin,- yov,���. 1  shirtsleeves? hi^  Aien'tlhex rontinmlltU  ing vou anil bjiii],triiii'u,7l  movements of y-.iar )7v,k  Some mMiuioclAiu,. L-i  k��-p thtir cr.IT-, up.     -     -j  Uut thcsi: me �����lw��i.'aa6|  factory ��nd uricomfiittaV.  'Th-"li'ilAJUStA"ia"  .." SHIRTS  keeps your cuffi oat cf ti.^(  :    No   trouble  is   rresiij'f  ndjust thiim and no i^i  cxperirjiccd, - , "1  ,    They're .very cximafci  whpn.   working,   in^.,1  -playinpi- teams  ot-.1?!  f   washing- your fyisidi, tit.   |  ,:'   rThe&r '' IW.IAyc<*f& J  ' ;-prevent your cviSs froa-��as|  '. out and Miihpg vjaict.;,  TMlt Bmthet s, llOi'.sii    ���'  "  - ��� l  , n  ',,;-  i'An' Eyo to By��W  pAs^ expeVt golfej -hjd k\u  ltxpliiyt a4 pnrtit"i!i?r(v iii^n!,!  .at,"tiie ii'iomenl t!���.l 11 i^ixA  skulked acro��t- Ua- f-d?.' i;!;��l  The'ball struck the lis-psjlj-.l  dercd . him' brii.-tlx  iiirfiiM,!'"  hve'reco*oretl,*i ?i> MM"v*>. jii.|  ���ids hfl"nd 'byTtlifr r��t?T��tM w|  1 J,"i"h'uJlky, sir.'1 VuU '.lu i^l  sifter-ii k'livlling els',*, .it its J  "?VnVVl����tn-will yg-u b*^:;  ^tr?"-���JuncvLi(>pJnioU'.- <,  ''r.The-'Pill-.Trmt Le?di Tm  ; Pills' ar<S, tlie^no-n' ]>(*rtaU��I  poet'of, all me'dicuH.-*. iii;(s/vJ  Ho'^ake-^aie^.thi.' am-.x wv?"!  preparatioiiB. "tiii*. t-'.-y i��mI  tttfcii poWer" to >\r \>��v.h^ r'|  me"1|e'*- "Vx'^fctalllowl'iMi; vt��l  poiKihtr "of VN ^tilU tho/ M  mceJi1 all 'ienuir'ei,e-ti!- !'��  ooinli0ui>d<*3^'md t mi|i-  ients yroveii to' Iv efHi-* *[  fating -*(her digestive otpii'. i|  no iiiirer iiifdicinu to U' lu'lttj  a. .������< .'������?_������;-, , I  ^i:]jcr.?oi*apn~yr ir.vi Vf|  v��-0uJ may, forgivis CV<<y nr,i.  that brick at *you.'  iThc "iTadent--SK'bw ;��1  .'ltd >el, saving toime "����� 'H:-  till   Oi   g��t-ijvell   iu-��, '  ,~.     - * -��"X^    ,    ^jV , '  Casey.,  , y*\     .-  '!���?Ccn'Tfs'* m'b're' snr��*p*tW- i��j  influenqes^ th?inP<,��''?�� ���-J'R 1  w)iy ,i( ,8lio��Id "ncNvr b1 m  thei -'aii:-- or, 'gold' in bill* ^|  VAletV-leff't-nWip'^;- "' ,'^f  prer.crve. "the   tea"  in'" fin  J--  ���-IusiBt up"'1  ���goodness..  Somo 'navvies in a ni-f,"|(  ixx-erp otice in loml copx^t-'Wj  ijig bx^lt-terously the wi.!t*I  them woa especial!} sl-'-M  friend," said niiothei I'H|  -shocked r(onus, "xyheie .1-!|  to use such language!' '     |  "Learn!"' said, the   nvn!  cfta't   lonru   it.   guv'net  Unit's -xvot it i.*f."���Duml-  i'l  Minard's   Liniment   Cuns CtS  Squelched.  Prosperous Voung Actor (returning  tired after a malineo and evening performance of niK<i--sful plnyj���Ah, dear  boys, 1 really think It's time all good  actors xvere In |M.(|. Grumpy Tragedian (looking up fiom his paper)���They  are.���Life.  I I-nexv .what to do," said lio.  "Madame, I krioxv that you at leas',  xviil over give 1110 tho host advice. You  have hoard- all that has been,'said.  What do vou recommend V"  (To be'Continued.)'  A     Rummage   Sale.  The women of tlio U.C.M.A. CliiW  ���-������ere to be. entertained by Mrs. Blank,  I'aoli member recoix'od a card telling  hor to bring xvith hor something which  .';he had no use for , but xvhich was  w away.    They    all  ���ought  their husbands.���Success.  Unexpected.  "Why. Clara." said a mother to her  little diiugnter. xvlio xvas crying; "what  nre you crying aboutV"  '"C-causo." sobbi'tV tho little missy"]  R-stnrted to tn-nial;o dolly a b-boiinet  niid It.e-corncd out b-blooniers."  Potential  Incentive.  Noll ��� Do  yon   think   you   could  love  liini '.if ho wore rich?    Belle���I   xvould  try hai'iiet-1  fknxrl-  ,( (iiuo.-  g old is often merely, a waste'  '���Philadelphia Ttccord.  A Mark of Resp��ct.  Andrew Carnegio xvas entertaining  a Montenegrin piiuee at-Skiho cafi-  lio. The morning afler the . prince's  arrival a party of guest-- not out in a  huge motor car for a long run, and  as they u-hiy.KPd past an -inn a great  cioxx-d of highbinders ro.-o from tl ie  benches before the inn and saluted.   '  Tho pr.neo Kooiifod ama7cd at tho  lucliland dross.  "Why," ho a-dicd, "do these men  go  bare legged?",. '  "Jt ii a local ouctom," said Mr  Carnegie, "a mark of teiipoct for you,  mr. in dome pI.'i<T\s people take" off  their hals to '.hoxv honor to distirl1*  puii-hod xisitorH: her-* thoy take ofl  their iiouriOrH "           Perhaps the most eiinous and bi>:nrro  of. all fish eggs are those of the ox'lp-  ni'ous sharks mid rays, xvhich are  quadrangular horny capsules or cases,  txxo or threevlnehes in 'ipngtlii'xvl.th  long "fi Iii men is ������at: the corners, wlilci)'  coil about se.'ux'ood.s'altd other (ihjocts.  These,'-horny oases, hi! the Port .luck-'  son shark of the Pacllle, are, txvisted  luto a'.siik'aJ fni'iii ���''.- '- ' '���",  Railways Kill An Army'j  'The annual report'of the j  terstate Commerce  CopiiiI-iI  Ing the railroad    sln-S-'iu :  year 1904, show's "iliai tLrn'  tiie end of the yct>r >"i7n**  railroad  in- the  Uni'<*-i .*'ij  number of 'casiialUr**. .v.x.*'  OtG having been kilii-i ��--  jured.- Of Uinsp killt'i '"'I  sengors   and "of  *1>>"  'W"K��  or one  passenger kili-ik'ij  G22.2C7 carried and on-: r,'��j  over." 7S.323 carried.  'The number of paf-ras;  carrled-ln'- U:q vein- �� .-  ,iitre����e   *50.!)O-s,U7. ' 1"  i**!!(*,)-,'f, or lho- nUiiih-'* ��>���',!  rarriud, ono  mile,  ��� -"��� *1-  Inpi-case.JjOQr.-Uft/."  11  yens of freight ram '' '*"-|  Ho, Inertwise r.,:0(.v*- '���'''  aiUPftga. or lho nn:.ibi*r .'  rb-d one mile. w,i- ' ';���  Phe grn.ss cat ul in*  0D1, IncieaFC STlk-i  ting oM>nni'*s w" "  prraso $Sl,n.*i7.10*. T'  sons on the pax- i-.l'  ,of tho foiled ^'���",-  Juue, infM. xvas 1..' '���  116 .The xva^oe ���J^,, "  the yeur.ftuio-niiiil ,J  i*i  -    5t|  r C'g  ,' ���*  1 "  ( 1  *    ' Tho Dribo Tha* FJ"'  Among- Father '���"���''-'^"l  bonrders xvns.a fd'i-xv i"1'*'  He was drunk in* "f!',|, "  ,:ct (hat way. I'ai'x'i' '^'l  nil inaniior of moir-. C ffl  to  quit drinking.    At '���"'  ,,,m-  - .f r  "Oelancy.   my   unii   -'   ,�����,a��,  drlnkllVg forsiv inimj'1        |f|||m'  -hock at lho oid - I i1"*'   ��M��  '���I.KlO(...l,..If   I   s.M, ,���<���'"   gL^I  t-could   ��-rl'lc win   ' '"'.fiSli  nnsxvorod  nr-l.-uux   nmi i^M^.^  se'y.In tolling o-* it l'"r "ji$  ' "And liiueod In K'lill, '  No.  1  ineoli.-mli  A Rapid Rhymer.  In Illustration of the working powers  of George It. Shn.s, the dramatist iind  poet. It is said that ono night a now  piece was produced at a leading theater  in London. Sims- Rat If out and then  returned tn his ofiice, where he wrote  a column and, a li.ilf of criticism in  rhyme. It was near tlio time for tin/  Paper to go to press when he bcgaid  and tho boy took (he piece verso'by'  verse from him to il,0 composing room  tho boy walking continuously from one'  to the other for .an hour.  g^gasfeage  ss^s^^^'^s&g^^aggsiBs^-^^  'Cff^,^.��*��- worVvig,,,  intimiilit),^1!  aapcr:n!'ut,;j  yoiirla^;"*!  ���'-ti.-iiticlaj,. I  s up, ���  fc iilwai-fj  comfortaV"  lUStA" ui"  ��X��l  IRTS  fFsout cf tis^  ���   is   rremj I  md no datttrJ  x-��y comefe-l  -ams   ot-ji*|  l)iaib,ttt  ���1AJUSTAS--I  cuSsfroaKaj  lgvj!iict.;,  fried    ���'  lo Busiom  -h-id i\a. _.  -iiriv Iff^ntj  ,.il a v'-iji  i- f-d?-.' dy�� I  ie 11 ���.���-(������� ji|  V . lluHM.!,!'  rj,g.Totf.,| jj'f  said ".li?''  dau- nt its.  jjju l.yi*:*  ^nc^.^-> .*. o  Le?di TmS  i.;t'p(*rtatit'j  hH.->. Aifiir-:  SHO-.X w>-,,j  it   t- i'V i��w|  -*  pMinht.'  Jw'l'lM*.  piM  \\U  i'it'/ tiT>|  i.ii-iit-  t ,l'!i|'w  Iv  elr--',;,X i|  ive  ff t*JJi*.  . io U' lii-ittj  im*M !  C'a-'-y nr,i?  ii.1'  dt'biie :-*Tki|  i me if 'i'-d''  niai, "--ii-i  n'��*p*tw- n  ��� ����il   bllWt f  icvcsr if &$  in   bill"- J$f  n-.   ei "^ftl  , nt- fi'1 #\  i>   in a ni'.f,*f  ( coi)v--r-a'|  the wlil'-J  ;ially a''-*]  other I'Wj  xyheie-1'  ���liagci'''  I, the ii'-'  guv'nei  ���Duml- i'l  nt  Cuns ��t|  An Army)'  port 'of the  rce  ("oriil'b  PtlX'i-'lU  h "iliai itfn  yoi*r Jr<7'C:  Uni'-M ���*'��  thin-, ,v,n.��  kiih-i ��.'���  kilU-'i ���)!''  t1,o    Witt  r kili-'l i~i  rid o:n: .r,'-"  ���led.  ��� pat.*-"--''  l-f��J>i-   u .-   ���  i7.l i r-i1 '  lUiiih-1* "''i1.  i,   * as-  1/,." ,"i   11 ^  an i i* ��'���'  Oi.v-J '.-'  ���liiiiitii'i- --1  XX ,1-    1^  III*  Ik-  THE     LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  Hir  Jrnarkabfe Recovery.  mp Stroebe, R.F.D I, Ap-  M, writes: "I began uwng  ,w iitonths , ago, when' my  ^stiength were all-gone,  (nothing but a nervous  jd 'not 'hleop, cat oiy' ie0|  Sjicl felt no desire to live,  o me look' at ,Jife in a  ,nt, ns I began to regain  Jig lb. -  fly think 'Pe'ruua is xvjth-  ���Eas  a tonic, and  strength  \6 Do'Not Marry Until !J5.  i^doelodJays it down as n  iglidfl fact based 'on- olo.se  _ftliat  women  who  do not  [$35 dr thereabout**, invari-  'e    matrimonial     success.  r/'.of^tliis   particular   age  ;e' more'7sucoeB.*5fu]   mai'-  ijUiose ,wlio, fall'victims 'to  ff.'drcam is' fairly,, obvious.  "bnian^jnacnes  betxx-een  SO  (Neither does- so  for com-'  Sg'choosjng   her -mate   kac-  *'T.r1tfrom need, in xvhich caae  Jb'Ss'eB with" a~cerlainfaii'7  ire/'- .Shfe has 'no dreams ,of  'tMisB.g-I.ad.y's. Pictorial.   ,  ^P*^ch���, Clear -'.'Mmd,- T'ie  aclijgs^tlie ^workshop., or the vital  ^g^ap.dyyivheii it gets out of 6i>  'VKhqle.'sysiemkclogB  in' sym-<-  rheL^pirjts    flag.*; the    mind  Sg^work becomes impossible,  lare   should'  bo   to   restore  "stion*lo��- the'' stomach ai?,d  !paratjon,,for that purpose  6's .Vegetable  Pills,    den-*  >r;->-,ears���'li!i!'-won  them   a  ice -in,. mcdicine.VA rtrial  their .value. . ���     '��� i      ' -   "'  THE  NORMAN   FARMER.  He Carries Mis Top Soil With  When He IVIoviss.  The modern farmer was -applying  electrical massage to- a cart horse's  sprained knee, during lho intervals  of rest he talked farm lalk.  "There are  tenants,"  he said,  "xvlio,  when   thoy   move,   carry   their- farms  with   them   as   the   tortoise   does   his  house.    These people lire the Xorrnan  French,    the    world's    best    fanners.  Where you or I would require twenty  or thirtj acres dr land,to keep,ope family,   the   FreiK-h -farmer  will 'keep  his  family on a yiuarter of nn acre.    If he  cbos-e   lo   cultivate   txventy   or   thirty  acres he would  become a  millionaire.  His   secret   lie-s   In   the   perfection' to  xvhich   be  brings  hi*,  top  soil.   .What  with fertilizing and watering and clearing, his top .soli 's the. blackest, finest,,*  richest soil on earth.    Ills top soil  is  to the  French  farmer what her voice  Is  to a   [irlrna   donna.    And   xvlien   he |  rents he contracts that on the termination   of   bis  J ease   he   may, carry   off  eighteen--inches of  the  top  soil  with  him. t ' '   .'  "When you see a French farmer moving one small' cart carries liis household ;good.s. ilhfl in seven or eight enormous drays his top soil lumbers,on behind.".-'       d  HARBOR   EUOYS.  Their Different Colors Serve as Guide*  to the Mariner,  if you examine ihe.buoys on entering any harbor iu the xx-orld. you xvlll  find that, those" on your right are painted red and those on your left black,  If you should see one painted in red  and black horizontal bands, the ship  should run'as, close lo it as possible,  because, that Indicates the center of a  narrow channel. Jiuoys with red and  black vertical s'lripes' always mark Ihe  end of spits and tbe outer and inner  ends of extensive reefs where 'there is  a channel on each side. When red and  Ijlack checkers are painted on a buoy  it marks either a rook in the open sea-  or,an obstruction In the harbor of  small .extent,  with channel all  round.  HUSBAND AND SON CURED  A Mother's Praise of Zam-Buk.  -    !  Oakxvood, Victoria. |  Dear Siis,���I havtj groat pleasure  in stating that Za:ri-Buk cured my  hufeband of barber's rash with twice  rubbing, lt also cured my little boy  of a dreadfully bad arm after vaccination. I know oi seveial other  cures it has effected and I, cannot  s,peak too highly of it. 1 run sure if  people once try it thev will ahx-avs  use it. Youis truly, R. SAVILLE.-  Znni-liuk is healing, soothing and  antiseptic. II quickly heals xxoundi  and skin troubles. Certain cme for  piles. Sold by all druggijU and  :-tores, 50c. a box, 3 ibr $1 25.  NGWITH GLASS  The Way the Different Color,  fects Are Produced.  FREAKS   OF   THE   BL0WP1P,  THE dull whito or  i <he glossy finish  ! on launder-  A CLOCK -OF STARS.  Scot's  Remarkable  Invention   to  Help  In   Studying Astronomy. _,    .  One of,the most remarkable cxhib-'j a matter of  its   at  the   Ldinhuigh'Exhibition   is   taste���to  thai, of astronomical cloe'rs made by   get either  a   Selkirk .stonemason,     Mr.    James j finish per-  Larga tampl*  Easiled free.  'THE   MODERN   HAT.' '  ,Its Serious Defects From the Hygienic  Point of View.' .-        '  The ,817.0.  the'style tihd  Intldentally'  the cost ot lwoirit'u's lials.'says a xvrlter  In   the, lier'liner  L'uisehaii,  have taken,  up so,-much i/t -the' time" of "the" people  xvho iiiube haw a stpdy that they ha'Ve  not "had   a'moment' to devote" to ,lhe  head covering qf the steriior sex.' Con-!  slderedi* Trom -tli'e   hygienic   point   ot  'yiexv,, little .fault can be found with the  .hats .of- our- slsters.-yajthongh some of.  (hern., when  viewed" through the' glass  of.,ri';ison;;are unthinkable. ' But men's  nuts, are:, faulty , from,' the- physician's  point of- v|ew,-nnd a xvidef., knowledge  of the defects 'of tbe,modern hat,would'  ,/'dd''to'lue'aIread.v-lar"sj; nrmy,of bareheaded men.    In order to demonstrate  He   Wanted   Pie.          William, J.  Kyan,  prof-idenl of  the  If there are two such-obstructions and I Supreme ^Cpuncil of Public packmen,  a channel between them, ihe buoy oo j0/ ^ew 7,ork' fc��i'd. tiie otheiydav that  the'right of you 'will have red and ����? winter panic had -reduced ��� the  .white checkers and the one on' your |ho^!n?-? * receipts considerably,  left will'have black and  whife check-1  ers. When a wreck obstructs the channel, a green buoy will be placed ,on  'the'sea side of ihe wreck,- xvltb 'the  "Wreck" plainly painted on it in xx'hlte  letters,, provided there is a clear channel all around it;,;otherxvise an even  number xviii be'palnted In xvhite abovs'  the word "Wreck" when the buoy is  'bu the right side of the. channel and  an odd number if tbo buoy Is on-the  left.       , '  We'll have to come down to English rates���-12 cents a mile, instead Tf  50 cents���if we have bv moie such  panics," Mr. Ryan said," "Everybody  felt the pinch. "I oveiheard a tramp  grumbling'in a public squaie."  " 'TheHrnde ain't like it u'.-.od to be,'-  he said.    'Here ten limes iunning today f'x-e a'sked,for jj, bit of broad, and  what do they give me?   WJiy/dur'n it.  jufct a bit o' biead* "  TRICKY "JAIL  BIRDS.  of  Sior first visit to the couii-  inuinber _bf .chickens from  ./eh ot ^i.Aarm, Iiouhc. The  i^ij the fowl?- for kome time  Jiiidubtriously' 'dscralched  ihally she' turned!andi*'rn.n  Her".-"      '" '      ._   \,  Bier.'7-fihe said, ..excitedly,  ^'n the porch and sec the  iping Hheir   feet ,on i the  Kper's s Weekly, i'-'  .���_������*���.. "ji '���-    --, -    *-  'xx-hich i hats should be ��� ax-oided a perfectly hi'nlthy v'rriau',jyas 'placed', where  the,rays of lho sun could strike" bun directly".-- ,11c xx-ore xylille taking the sun  bath various kinds'bf hats for a period'  of fifteen minutes each. Every hatcon-  hninnvi- t���   ,jle   croxvn "a,���'thermometer.  ;City"of Toledo,    >,  3, County,  7 fflB-   .  phoney  makes- oath' that  partner-of the firm'of F  K Co., doing 'business' in  golcdo, County- and Statt  p that said firm -iviilvpnx  JOXI5   TTUNDRED -DOL-  fch and every, case of ca '  jlunot be cured by the use  ltarrlu Cui;e, y.d7J  .d" -   "  i.J?&AXK J.. CHENEY, j  |bcforev me and subscribed  fnee, this 6th"dav"of  Dec-  P18SG. t   A. W. GLEASQN.  Notary = l'iiblic.  fcnrrh.Cure is taken interiors directly on the blood  surfaces  of  the  system  Jstimonials free. -    ���  gHGXFA- &,CO., Toledo, 0  Till- druggists,  75c.  11's  Family Pills  fqr 'con-  Hennossy���Al\!   },W.   O'FIa-  mn ould man died it left  E,in nl'y heart.  |y��� Mrs. irinnissx*,    would  ontchin'- it xx'id a bit oiit o'  talnc<r.h)  and. these recorded as TolIoxvs-.The one ,  ;In the paiiama lint TT degrees, theslraw'  snilor,,b-i; the silk hat'80,-the'felt hat,  1)5 and^ the black hat and yachting cap  !>'J and 100 degrees' respect! \-ely.,     , - \  t -i   **      rJ       i  -, '    "      ,~~"'". " '-���  .'-���'-   ' j-A  Bath a; Month.    -      %  - Apparently, the people of Persia are  not {Treat*-believers'.hi  the old  ruaxini  "CIcauliitcsR Is next to godliness,'" for  baths-are only taken once a aioritbjby  j- the people, when they go to tho public  - baths and make amends, ,sd to^spenk.  for the'inrrequeu'eytof (heir ablutions  by spending a'-vbolc day getting cleaned and  trimmed. '/-At the baths''they  are washed, shaved, dye thehrjialr and'  nails.  get*>sbainpoded  and   spend ,th'e  rest of the day 'ca'ting'buns'and drinking, sherbet. iT'bcre are fixed dnys^for  (inoh and wo men | .and: ou' bathf,d"ays a  man  goes- about   the streets shouting  "IIamum!"-("Batli "day!").    Afler the  ball) the( ladies have their-hair plaited  in a number of thin plaits, which are  not opened, nnd combed-out until the  next bath day comes'round.  , Many    Ways    the    fjonvicts    Have  Feigning Sickness.  , "Hear the song of the deuV lillle-Jal*  -birds,'' said tbe Jailer"'as a burst ('of  ribald melody0 *cathe, clown "the gray  corridor. "The dear, Jitfle'jail birds!','  He shopk his head,and sighed.-    ���   '  "They are all , playing sick in ,that  ward," he resinned. "There's nobody  can -malinger like au jail bird, ".nil  tricks are amazing.', / ,.'<.',"  i "To,fake a"rever'he'will' xvhlten his  tongue .with chalky-flush his cheeks  with, a"'red 'flannel undershirt avndldis-'  order his stomach by swallowing' a  quid of tobacco.'1. '**-.*  ,i "To   fake-consumption "he" will   ciitr  'his'gjjms.so as to"spit blood find go,  through,' -a -.terrific,, kind   of   Swedish'  movement-in   bed  so 'as   to "produca'  ,night sweats.    -'      ,    -k  7'Some jail birds have ���'broiigbt."on  nettje rash'by temporarily-poisoning  themselx-es xvith smuggled crab or ldbr  sfer..' Some chew soap so as'to' froth-  at the mouth in fake fits. Some even  thrust needles down (ofhe lids of the  .eye to bring, on cataract."���Minneapolis, Journal.        -    ���,  -The   Oil   for  the- Farmer.���A   bqflle  of  Dr.  ���ihoriia.s'. iielectnc  On  in  the  farm-Jioiif-'fc xx-ill save-many a journey  foiy ihe doctor.    Jt  is not onH   good  .for'tli'e children xx-hen taken xx-kh eold.s  and croup,  and  for^ the  mature ixho  suffer from pains' and aches, but theie  aie directions for its use on .<iok cattle.   There 'should always be a bottle  of it' in the house..  Quaint    Specimen    Shapes   That    Al,  ,( Sometimes' Dropped From the Punti".  How Bottles Are Made by the Clever  and Dexterous Workmen,  ��� If "a granger enters, the glass works  on a dark night he will find not only  beauty iu the bioxving operations.-'but  a great deal of humor, xvith aii uncanny xveirdness in flame and shadow that  must affect his, imagination to some  extent. The building is circular;- with  a chimney sticking up through the middle of it. from .the top of whicli a 'peculiar intermittent'light'is flickering.-  In the center of this building, -inder-  neatb 'the chimney, stands a conical  furnace of brick containing perhaps no  Scott, who constructed the xvonderiul  mechanism  to.help him in-hi* studies in astronomy. Scott k a .--elf-ianght  astronomer     and     a     niiith.-'inatical  genius,   for   though   his   clocks    are  marvels    of    accuracy,     ho     knows  nothing   of   the   mathematics,   of 'the  i (school--.    Tho firs-t, and also the biggest, of hi--! three a=tionnn>fca] clocks  occupied  him  f��r  (Wa  winters ero  it  was completed.    Tt  i\a-s made  x-,hollv  by himself, and it goes xxith snlondid  rc-gulantv, ja��cl works to a fraction of  a secpnd in a year.    One of the section?, xvhich -hott-, the rising and '.sot^  ting of the  moon,   gops   -,loxv  to  the  extent of only a second,in fi>e j*ear<*.  One wheel xvhich regulates'the movement'showing th�� sun's eclipse takes  19 years to complete its revolution.  This clock PtandhViTht feet high  and is five, foet broad 'at-the lower'  part. The under part shows the revolutions of Mercury, yonus' the earth  and moon round the sun, and the  fexx-er than eight holes which are like J m.(?��n'a'revolutions round the earth,  fiercely glaring suns and from'which I I JI tho, e-xact P^t'on nl all'tKese  pour csiiandlns broad rays of orange, ^13**��"?L '^^ ��jnd "aKo all  colored light - if �����*���- ���~ "- .f��� I thl? S���TS of ihp Zo'5'ac vmibledo the  per  fe c t   is   i  matter  of   using  Celluloid Starch.  Just add lukewarm  xxater���soaks into  fabric- without rubbing and stiffens  perfectly. The edge or point of the iron  will give the gloss.  rci  r. ,  ng broad rays of orange,   ZS,;^'^ m;���m,  and arw al  i�� ��� i I ���*tie stars of the Zodiac vinible to tin  i- n,frt     IT" ff Str��DS     naked ^e-   Th*��� �� likewise an indi  ik though the,holes from     cator which marks out the date frorr  NevarSticks.   Requires no Cookinsr  Th, Eraat&rd Stirch Worb. IJaltcd. Brentford. Caa^i  ^ferchant-^-Yes ��� xx-e are in neod ofV  poiter. ', Where ,xxore you employer!  last? ->  Applicant���-Tn a bank,'sir.      ���-     .,  "Merchant--Did "you'clean it out?  ' Applicant���Xo, sir, .The cashier did  that,    k      ,      .     '"��� ���  enough'to look  which the, orange. lx*ams of light  emerge1.vou see several hundredweight  of iiiolten metal suiulng silvery green  in as many earthen dome shaped mclt-  "fng pots.     '   '      ,        y  The nature of different kinds of glass  .is dependent  upon  the quality of tho  raxv material.' called "butch." put into  the melting pots,  "Ratch" i-3,a mixture  of such  materials as  Calais" sand,  or  .Minard's   Liniment  IR    COWS7  Cures   ,Garget  ' It "was ' the', custom" for   a ��� certain  cricket 'team  to .have a, fixture 7x-ifh  O Asylum   every  summer.      Th3  asylum   team, .of      course,   'included  sorne'"of Uie inmates, and one'-in par-  ... ,,   - dafe from  day to day.  Above is ihe .clock xvhich  regulates  all   the   movements.     In   a  toxv-er above the, clock are Shown tho  rising and sotting of .the rnoon in all  its', pha.sos,   also    its  .daily   altitude  above.the earth's horizon.   The tower  is crowded with a globe,which, shows  the_ earthks -daily revolution,,and explains, f,he cause of tlnj unequal length  of day and night .and Athe* changes of  _ thesea'sons.   It also shows?Greenwich'  common rix-or sand abounding in silica,     moan-,time   pll   ov*r "the, globe. ' On  salt  c-ake,-or  sodium   carbonate   and ��� the-right side of the'clock-is sljown  xx-hen and-xvherp eclipses are possihle  ,'and  on.the  left side another "dial"  '"-"Dnvm, n,i��u di������ i,       -  shows the-'sidereal time      d     .  >    .'    Uo-/��Lu think Bhggins would make^,  . a ���_ii '   i   .i.i ,     ,'      ���,'     _-   ..' a   EOOd   hiifihand V   n-1���-'    "-'  which everybody  Until the hour strikes for the "work-  '���'merT to,-commpnee operations you may  find ��� them ' e.xperimentlng   for,' amusement or profit xvith, the "blowpipe.   Vou  will see many an enormity producedin  T      .      ,.     ,.-     -.     .       ,   .   .-     ���---     glass  the  like of  which  can  scarcHv-  Janjie, since 1 saxx-���you last vear.*"  mueir lime.    Rhle colors  may   be  obtained by adding oxide ofcobalt. green  by means of a chrome, black by man  , ganese and amber. The .pass of molten  metal   got   from   this, opaque,   earthy  looking "batch"   has  frequently  to  be  ���skimmed of Impurities, but it is n.'ever-'  theless a problem .whence comes^'lhat     .. ...      _ ^  wonderful and enduring ..transparency \ day of the  v^-ir. "and  also' the  sun's / * w��0d, '-lliI](d t�� ffi'  Mikes to see in'glass.-'       apparent deviations  in' right   ascen-        uafcnington _ "star,  Among the jjuests at'a fashionable  ���New York reception was. a recemlv  appointed young tditor .of. one of ..he  dailies, rx*,-ho thought oxtremelv ,uwell  of himself. He leceived an'introduction to -the thiiteen-year-old daugli-  ter^ of his hostess.'  "And  how  do  yoti -'liko  newspaper  men?' he abked the little maid-in' a  . mo.-st  coiidefccondinji; tone   of voice.  "I'don V know,"'she   replied   art-'  lessly-  "the  only one 1  know is  the  one'xx-ho   brings    our    pappc    evry  morning."���Lippii^olt'i.  TJac-d  according  to  directions  Dr.  J. D. Kellogg 'a Dysentery Cordial will  aiford   relief in the most  acute foun  of summer complaint.    Whenever the '  attack raam'-eets iUelf-'no time should1  be lost in seeking the ni'd of the Cordial. " It'will act immediately on the  ritom'ach and* intestines and allav the  irritation and, pain., A trial oi it will  convince anyone .of the Uutli of these '  assertions.   ���    '   ',     -    ,   - ���*- ���  -i 't(.'-f  M\  'Another iclook' made by Mr. Scott  'recprds tho movornent.s'of Jupiter and  his salellities as, seen throueh,a,telescope, and a third." ,a, sofar clock,  shoxvs Ihe difference *' between- solar  and  Greenxv-ich' mean time for ever?  asked   the -   coii-  the.  a  good   husband?"  scientious  youth.  - ."Why  do  you  ask?"-.inquired  girl, in surprise." ' '   - ���  "Because i^'j'ou Chink- suck ,a"fool -  as Bhggins could manage it,* I have -  a good mind to fake a chance mx--self.'.  A Bank of the Year 600 B. C.  ' '  ''The  very   earliest' banking'firm   of  .which there'is any]record was that of  ,Egibi'& Sons, nn insiltution which carried on advance, exchange, and general  ,- financial - business  In   Babylon  In' the,'  ycar'000 B..O., Knowledgeof this flrnd  is   obtained   from* certain   records fon  , "Ay." said Jai'nio; "man, ye xvid he  nanc the .xxam p' a yeiu in-'heie yer-  pel'i"���Scottish Auioricah.  , Fi&hhooks have been'made ,on precisely tiie same design for 2,000"vea"rs.  j, -  i*   - * *     .  ^iniment   Cures   Distemper.  ���d I  said a ncxx-ly married friend  J^Wlupin, the Nebraska poet,  ^S?aj^giiandary as to'just what  |mtl$jcan my wife's mother, i  p,ifteSt<S/'call lier. 'mother-in-law'  i"cc'^jjrtfc^,bf all the comic .paper  fcoft^tnat nr.me, and somehow  ^^cejrt'ain sncreclness about he-  w pilfer' that makes mc hesitate  ^^i^to any but my own."  said Maupin,1 "I can only  ^iiy oxx'n experience.    The  SrpW}- xvere married I nddrcss-  ie?8  moihor  as  'say' ;  after  Sllell  her  'grandma'."���Ev-  ESfMaga'-ine.  Thought Only of the Dynamite.  Some grim stories are told  of Lord  Ivilchener, says the United States Gazette,  and   we  have, read  one   which,  although we caunbt vouch for tbe truth  of It.   has a decided   Kitchener 'flavor  about; IL    Adroung subaltern xvho was  In charge of some  xx-onk's that were in  course of construction  In  the  Tunjab  had  the  misfortune  to lose some native    workmen    through   an   accident  with   dynamite.     Fearful   of a   reprimand from headquarters, he telegraphed to tho commander In chief, "Uegrot  to report killing .of twelve laborers by  dynamite accident.'"   Back  is said  to  have come the  laconic  message,  "Do  you want any more dynamite?"  ',n<;arytbe site,of"the ancientscitv-'above  'mentioned.' RUls'of credit, drafts, etc.,'"  In the form or^mall burut clay*tablets;-  each hearing the .characteristic signature of Kgibi .x; Sons,1 hare been found  In many other parts ot Asia Minor.'and  _,It*Is   believed   that, close  study   will  prove,that  some  of  tho  clay   tablets  found In tombs and pyramids In Egypt j  xvill   finally  prox-e to  be-Egi'bi  "ncge-  tiable notps.��.--��=2*=-=iF=-^==-^���.==���-------=:-  Ixtinafd's 'Liniment  Co.,' Limited.  Gents,���L.cuicd a valuablei hunting  doc of mange-with-MENARD'S LINF-  MENT,after 'seveial veterinaries had]  treated ,hint, without 'doing 'him ariiy  permanent good. ' *. - - t- -'-.'' ,"'  ���   j, '    ,'     .Youisx  &c.,*-    ������ '<���  -   - <. ���      i'\  ".'WILFRID, GAGNE, -  rrop. of Grand Central Hotel, Dnim-  "   ' mon'dx'il'le,' Aug. ,3,koiy  HOLDING   THE   BABY.  o|g|bs|;Are you sure that the girl  Won  a good  wife?  [Siire'    Absolutely   certain.  ^.^.^^^...itiost kindly, generous, ���on-  nd^#gMtendor-hoaitcd   giil   I   ever  rr^m delighted to hoar that.  IJKlpiSji   find  it out?  ,:! *-^kinp hor for kisses.  jjlho  so'nooJ   or  experiencp  inioiis.  Realise   it   has   no    grnd-  OF  lARBEiH'S ITCH  DR.   CHASE'S   OINT-  JT  CURES   IT.  Greedy. '  Txvo Knglishmen on n holiday In  France xx-ere dining together nt a Paris  restaurant Mr. Smith xx-ould order  and ask for everything ho xx-nnted in  doubtful French, while Mr. Cross  would offer explanations that were,In  (ho nature of criticisms. At last Mr.  Smith's temper rose to oxplosix-o point.  "Will you." ho said���Iu English this  llnic��� "be so good as not to interfere  xvith tne In (ho use of my-Pronch?"  "Very xvell," retorted Mr. Cross. "I  simply wanted lo point out that you  wore asking for a staircase when all  you xvnnted was a spoon!"���Londou  Mail.  mil   "   ^WqWOS'S  ^ iw8HP  iv ''���"' fc&fSfel", - * ���"?.' J"ou ��� e��  ii (l" If��^SSB?-��^f-Chrmo's Ointment  ah' '''^W^SSS^TO /V  got   bnr-  nqrit. cures.  be nfiaicl of this un-.  -.oaso   if  Dr..   Chase's  ���ii i* rs&rj-"S'Ji!HilA.,,fio'-<u1j^('(.l ui w.cll alter.shav-  01 '   h^Mmi0m^ ^^ the itching,  **���"��� .a,n3^cufes  the small sores  and  "^Sjjd'iicli nie Hie  places' where  'P0-  ("100  tmr  ansMSes.  Tlio   cxp'oriehco  of.  'QJ^&^A'V Dusbiiix*. engineer in  '" (irfnnery, jxlonford, Out., xvith  ila'-��?OiiitiiKnt is convincing.  &%^���'f,Whilc out in .'the'North-  f,fP^"gj(u'ght b.nb.-i's itch, ��� and  igh*>x>rbbablv not a dangerous dis-  ��^*T*?&f#y��n��><who hn-, had It will .nd-  SV^fW^nol at all pleasant. It.  F^btr^Afeji4,1��X: "ff'f '"''������'W. tlio.' skin,  w5Hd^BpVettdKiin.til I became alarmed.  x^^Ifcltphed^rbad that I had to-scratch  i*P,V?.-JW^at,J'onlv made it v/oi-st*.  7-"V^7'AJ1fri*-!nd1' of ni.no told mo to uso  kt^w.-gOhftoe's Ointment and I did so.  ,yy-VTh<Happ]ication of tins ointment gave  -'*;,rPj-omp^relief to th- itching and it xvas  ^\W<itiarijr >veoks until I xva.s cntirclv  LrJriea*-"-oflsx-tDiB 'annexing ailment. T  ritcan^higlily ^recommend II Dr.   Chase's  1^,9sl^ei}t'''r-1' "''  !,'W.Pr;i?Q1?"��l90,9 Ointment, has an un-  fc'SPiCTJi'-^-^cord of cures; GOo a box.  ilH^,!.W%WersAor Edmapson, Bates &  c Suffering  Humanity.  "Mrs. Sourniug, who (bought she had  a mission to look after suffering Immunity, Is married, isn't she?"  "Yep."  "I xvas surprised to learn that she  had gixon up her mission in life."  "Sho hasn't. IL-r husband Is going  to ho suffering humanity hereafter."  Introducing a Nice Point In  Baby Carriage  Etiquette.'  "That  felloxv  doesn't know  the first  thing about the etiquette of the  baby  carriage,"   reinarUod   one   of   a   group  of men at Thirty-first and Main streets.  The comment xx-'as made to all in a  general   way.    One of  tho group,   the  man with a frayed collar and a look of*  patient resignation, gazed anxiously at  a couple about' to board a  car.    The  mother' xvas   sparring   in   a   desperate  sort' of  way   with   one of  those  baby  carriages which shop salesmen can open  and close in a minute and tho users in  from fix-o to thirty minutes. *  ','Don't sec anything wrong xvith  that," said the man xvith the frayed  collar. "He's got to hold the baby  even if she does have to wrestle with  tho carriage. You don't think he ought  to hold the, baby and take caro of the  carriage, too. do yoiiV*'��    '  "Well, there's one thing sure/' rejoined the objector���"the tuna docsu't  knoxx- n thing about baby 'carriage etiquette. What you xx-ant to do it this:  If the baby weighs more than the carriage, it's the man's place to hold the  baby. IP the carriage weighs moro. he  should hand (ho baby to his wife."  "Oh. pinie!" Interpolated the man  xvith the big black cigar. "You're way  oil'. What he ought t<5 do Is to hand  the baby to his xvife and the carriage  to the conductor."  The, Life Saving Service.  The first staliuns of a life saving  service iu this t-ountry were establish-  .ed by the '.Mussac-hiiM'tts Humane society at Lovoll island and Co.'iassoL All  efforts for saving life and property in  cases of shipwreck- wore made by this  society till ISST.'xvhon the president of  the United State** xvas authorized to  employ ships to emlse along the shores  and render assistance (o distressed  navigators. In ISIS congress passed a  laxv creating a few life saving stations  between Sanity Jlook and Little Egi;  harbor. New .lors-ey. . From this has  groxvn-tlio splcut'i.f **ysterii xvhich now  takes in all tho coasts of the country.  before. Specimens a?e'blown ^out,. to,  the thinness pf a tissue paper bag,:  which .another puff of wind explodes  with a crack,' or a'glowing glass pear  'Is for very wantoriness knocked off the  punti] so that'it may vanish xvytha report on'the'floor. its~liuejinu beat being extinguished immediately. The floor  alfarouud the furnace'chamber is cov-|  ered'with biittledshining splinters and  particles of gla.ss,'- which crackle-under-  foot' at every slopd", One of .the men  may bring you'a mass. of. metal on a  bloxvpipe> and ask^you to,expend a fexv  cheekfuls o'f xv'ind upon-'It.'"The'pipe  takes no more blowing than' a ,trom,  bone, though/It lacks a mouthpiece,  v and- you may e'xpaud 'the^ bubble until  It Is'black;and,cold," so ^fragile that it-  xvill ."break into a tmyriad pieces if  you touch it' The molten glass is so  ductile that It may'be spun out Into a  thread, and tiie* men often vie with  each1 other lo see who can make the,  longest and thinnest strand.  ..--~. .= ... ascension. > The .constnictPo'n ,of all three  clocks 'is a tribute to thp��� mason-  astronomer-invpiitor's' genius,' coupled  with a rari�� patience .and persistence  in researcho,and .experiment. Mr  Scott xx*as born in "Mid'em, near Sol-  kirk"-59 years ,af'o, anil only after he  xvas 37dlid ho^discovcr his bi*nt for  astronomy. The'.extranrdinary meteoric display that occurred in' lSSG^'sct  him .thinking about the ,mvsterics "ol  the heavens, and he nursued his .studies, practically unaided,. His astrono  mical- clocks n-e no loss remarkable  for their mocl.>imc,al ingenuity than  for theirjScientific*value: "''3    ,'    .,  :������ MR. HERBERT ASQUiTH.  A   Pen ( Sketch   of , England's], Strong'  Commoner    '"^  ,   . ��., -.  - A fexv years ago - the' spirit" of' imperialism - xx-as dominant- in England.  out* to-day the fortunes of .the ad-  min'stratioiC are - tied up, with, ques-.  tidns of-loc'al -public weal. , It is hinted'that, but ior the large- and* substantially increased labor vote polled  at the elections, in 1906' Mr. Herbert  Asquith xvould'not have been selected,  premieryto succeed Campbell-Banner-'  man. The English people, not alone j  the xyorkingmen,,but all .classes, ,are I  The  Canadian' Pacific Railway  are  making  an  excursion- rate- of  Singlo  Fare for those des'iiing to attend the  rctcentenary Celebintion at Quebec.  ** ' ������ .<���    ,"'.      - ��� -,  The teacher o�� ,a -certain school i e-  cei\-ed  the  folloxving note' explaining  the absence of- ouo of her p'upils tiie r  ,duy before.     , -' * ',  "l'lea-se ex'coose,- Ilen'ny. fori absents  yesterday, iliiu an' me got a chance  of a,ride' tb' a'funeral in a'qhauige  an I let him stay to. home as he had  never .rode in a- cliarrige an' never-  xvcm to a funeral, nor had'manv otKer-  ipleasuies, 'so. ylose excooze.'7���,.Sa-<  cred Heart Review.        ' '    ,      '     ���  BINDER TWINE,  tvery ball tally Guaranteed  ��nd properiy tREijttd to com  ply with Canadian la-ivi.  STANDARD 500 ft. per bale 501b.  MXNILA 550 it. per bait 50 It,.  MAHIIA600 ft:pt,baU501b��.  -  T*ree ou  board cars  > Qalgary .  $4.75  '. ,5.25  5.75  fr'reo oa  board can  Wlpnlpeg  $4.38   -  4.88  S.38<  Orders auceptcd tot ono uTile or more. -Terms cash  ���jrlrh order or O. O. D.   Prompt shipment and satis-  taction cuarante?d.   Ask nn for prleo on carlots.   .'  COOPER CORDAGE CO.,  MinneapolU, Minn.  SEVERELY    INJURED.  Winnipeg.���During a football match  Collin  Taylor    sustained    a " double  fracture of the leg. - He is under tho  surgical  care  of  Dr.  Burnham.  SHE- MEANT  WELL.  But Put a Damper on the Young Man's  Enthusiasm.  The young man who aspires to the  Intense xvas xvalking with the young  xx-oman  who doesn't quite understand !  nil be says, but ncx*ertheless thinks lt |   will   see   the   black   blowpipe   twirled  Is-simply grand. round, bloxvn doxxn, hold up liko a gun  "Look on the glories of the xvestern !   'Jarre!,  thoV in  the  form  of an iiK-an  The Pursuit of Pleasure.  V,'p smile at the ignorance, of the savage xv lio cuts iloxvn1 tho tree in order to.  iVabh Its .fruit's.' Rut the fact is fhat a  blunder of--this description-.Is made by  oyor.y person xvho is ovoroagor nnd  Impatient In the pursuit of pleasure.  POINTING   THE   BONE.  Native  Mim's Dull Attire;  Pr'",'i.shers arc constantly becoming  duller and'.more morose ill tlio matter  of llioir clothes. Their carelessness In  this respect scorns sometimes to  amount to affectation. ��� Chambers'  .louruai. -.'���',  Raco of Life.  There wouldn't bo so very ranch fan  In living If. there xvere not a hurdle, or.  two to jump over in this race of life.  There alxx-ays liave been obstacles, and  there always will be,, and it Is of no  use to repine ox-or thom.  Our- Neighbors.  Sunday School Teacher��� Why did tho  Lord command, us to lovo our neighbors? Little Lois���Oh, I guess it xvas  another way of telling us to love our  enemies.  ���I  Queer     Supprstition     of     th  Blacks of  Australia.  Tho   native  blacks of  Australia   are  stooped in super*-!itlon.   A black fellow  xvlll  on   no account go near the spot  XT/here, another black has boon  buried.  Flo lias a 'deep rooted a version'.'to. ptio  particular --bird���the.  wagtail���because,  lie says, "him all. day talk, talk along  a  white roller,  tolluin all about black  feller." and   no opportunity is lost of  . killing those Utile birds.  Many tribes "bury" .their dead by  sticking, them up Into lho ��� forks' of  trpos and (bore leaving thorn till the  flesh, has eitherIdroppod or been taken,  leaving tlio bonds clean. Those bones  nro then taken doxvn, the larger ones  btiried and tho smallest handed round;  as keepsakes ,(o those nearly,''related  to the deceased. Should ono black felloxv wish the dcalh of a rival orjoue-  my he points j the bone at him. Thb��  means that he ta!:os one of'.Iris Info relation's bones from his dilly bag and  points it, In the-.presence of witnesses,  nt the man he wishes to get rid of, all  the time pouring forth threats and  curses.  Strange as it-may seem, the one  pointed at will often languish���'��� and  eventually die, perhaps in a month,  perhaps In a year', for .no sooner is the  bone pointed' than ho makes up hly  mind to die, and thero is no savins!  hlm.���.Ldndon Standard  sky:" ho exclaimed.  She seemed puzzled for a minute and  said:.  "Let me see. you face the north���  that's Ihe way our house fronts���and  then on your right hand Is easl and on  your loft Is west Why, it's the direction we're xvalking, isn't itV"  He looked a crine gloomy, but re-  Eumed:  "Hoxv the groat masses of color an��  piled ono upon another In nature's  lavish f<nd transcendent art!"  "Yes," she sighed. "It makes mo  think of Neapolitan Ice cream."  "And thoro. close and closer to the  horizon, sinks a great crimson ball, the  setting .su'n."     ...  ���'night over there?"   k  ���   "Yes.*"       ,.'��������� ;  ' y "   ' .'^=r.  ���"Straight ahead of us?" ''���-,���'  "To bo sure." j; '���  .  "Well." I've been xyondering about  that' for tho last- five' minutes.. You  know,, my'little brother is so-misohie-  x-ous. lie broke ihy- glasses this afternoon, -and I ani ,so iioarsightod that I  couldn't bo sure whether that was the  crimson .sotting sun or somebody play-  Ing golf."���Washlngtoii Star."  demanding that something be done  At the signal to commence work^tb'e for them,' whatever happens -to im-  ... * -,-_-. . .       .   .    *..       perialism, and the increased vote, for I  pronounced friends of labor is only / ,  one of many signs that times have /1  changed. , '   '  Herbert Asquith 13 a self made man,  a man of the people.    He was born a  democrat,   trained    a    democrat   and  made   his   oxx-n   x\-ay   in   life   without  powerful friends  and  xvithout'money  to back up his ambition.    Moreover,  he has remained a" democrat and not  a time server or a climber.    He first  entered Parliament as a home ruler,  s.nd it is said that when he first opened his lips to spoak  on public questions   in   the  -presence   of   Gladstone  tho "Grand  Old  iLan."  then gloomy  over the impending defeat of -his pet  principles, xvas forced to "sit up and  take notice," and- that he did so with  n look of supreme relief on his face  A new,voice had been lifted up on the  side of the people.    That xx-as twenty  years   or   moro   ago,   and  since   then  Asquith   has   been    a    marked    >nan  among Liberals.    He 'has a great task  before him to realize the many hopes  built up in the minds of the common  people of the British  islands by "Liberal    leaders    and    teachers    of    the  Gladstone school, but every cause and  every peculiar  eta finds  its prophet".  He  may  promise  more  than his  administration  xvill  be  able to perform  for  the   overburdened   and  struggling  masses  of England  and- Ireland,  but  ho xx-as born right for tho role assigned  him,   and  through   all the vicissitudes and turnings of political life he  has remained true to his birthright���  a man of tho people���and he stands  firmly as well as ��onsistently on that  platform no**-  men,   alreatly'; partly   stripped   to   the  waist,   poke  their  four  foot  bloxvpipe  through the hole of the crucible opposite  to  which  they  work,  twisting it  round until It has taken up sutiicieut of  'the ropy and viscid glass for one bottle.  The man xvho is clever at his xvork  will,' of course,  gather  up neither too  much uor too little for the thickness of  the bottle required.   lie can tell without looking through the furnace holes  when   he   has  enough  by   the   weight  added to his pipe.   Thus all around the  Ceryi furnace there are figures moving  continually across the lurid light, most  of   thom   dexterously    wielding   their  blowpipes and balancing at the'end ot  each one the exact quantity of vitrified  - matter to make a bottle.  The amatem  would  find  it difficult to  balance tho  molten mass.   The chances are that il  would  drop on  the  floor,  never  to be  picked up again.  At the same moment you will see bottles In all stages of giewtb-^-some glit  teriug gold others cooling doxvn to  orange or rod, some-in the forms ol  plummets or darling pears, others as  Incandescent bos*.?3 threatening to be  '���ome .���Jgile bladders. It is all a*  obariulug as a pyrotechnic display. Yon  lescent lamp globe turned round on 11  'joesxvaxod cast iron implement called  1 marier. on xvhose edge the bottle  neck is formed 11 is held up once  ii ore, bloxvn into, then shut up In 11  a^t lion mold placed at the opurator's  'tvt so me xx hat below tho lex-el of trip  ,-riiund This mold Is opened and closed  liy - a wire spring, xvhich tlio opera  'or pre*..-i*s xvith Ills feet, and direct 1.x  -lie rod hot bottle is inclosed he blows  loxvn tho pipe once moie so as to fill it  completely.  A man goes round from mold to mold  inserting n roil into the neck of each  bottle and collet-ling a trayful to go to  yhe nniioalii'g clniinbor. Here the hot  ties are .stacked up for a gradual cool-  In" process, xvhich may possibly hist  thirty-six hours. 'This gives thom the  -iesirod strength. The aiinoalins* -process is a cure for tlio'ir ���natural' fragility)'  and enables tliem "to������stand the test of  boiling xvnter.������Loncioti Globe.;'  7 Still Possible.  Clara���When Tom proposed to me hc-  adrnittod. that ho had moro money  than brains.  Maude���Well, I've no reason to doubt  It, although I understand"'tie hasn't r  dollar to bJp D-i-ne.  Expressive.  One morning, xvlien little Edna's  mamma came doxvn to ��� breakfast-she  ,-xx-as so hoarse she could scarcely  spoak.  "Oh. mamma." cried Edna, "what 0  sore voice you've got!"   . r  Tennyson's Cure For Shyness.  It Is recorded in "Tennyson's Lift,"  that he used to recommend to a younger brother the  thought of the stellar  spaces,   swarming  xxilh   constellations  and traversed  by  planets at ineffable  distances, ns a cure for shyness, and a  lady of  my acquaintance used  to endeavor as  a  girl   to stay   hor  failing  heart on tho thought of eternity at such  moments.   It is all In vain.   At the urgent   moment   one   cares   very   little  about the stellar'motions or'the dim  vistas of futurity and' very much in-  decHi about tho cut of  one's coat and  the glances of oue's enemies, and the  doctrines of the ...church and the prospects of ultimate salvation are things  very light in the scales in comparison  with   the   pressing   necessities   of  the  crisis and tho desperate need to appear j  wholly   unconcerned!���Arthur  C.   Benson ia Putnam's and' Header.,  Extremely Prosperous.  Sirs,.1 Brown���Is your husband's business growing?-   Mrs. .'Smith���Oh. dear,  yes!    Why last xvoek-hls receipts wore  ro large that ho hurl to have a receiver  (iippointed to take en re of them I  A Terrific Tumble.  Most marvelous of all  the stories of  great falls  Is  tbe account of Charles  Woolcot's terrific tumble* from a height  of no less than 3,000 feet    It was in  Venezuela, and he xvas making a parachute descent.   The parachute refused,-  to open till within 100 or 200; foot from'  tho ground.    Then  it spread out suddenly and split   Tho unfortunate man  crushed both ankles and both-knees,  broke his right thigh and hip, dislocated his spinal column and suffered other  injuries.   Yet after a year in a hospital  be  recovered, sufficiently' to'write  an  account of what was probably the most  fearful accident mortal man ever sur-  \zlved.  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'-������ '-  >;<  7   l*-**;.'t f ^U -"'w'  .h^'^iiv"*^^  "'J,'s'jfil>d'?:ni"-  t * .i ^:'!,%���*,-,-;,'A  ,,, '(.  I'Jf*  'I  S3S fefi ^'  IS'-:  J^'*'   - *-  ���p-iffiv.vi- 7  ^7  T'r^f'.>W' ��1''^   "1.1*1  .fr':v*^f..L''i *���  ?���}%���  I  i(   t.n.. ,*  !'dd-^r^'?  7-;^'-;   ?J<-  ;A'(vIii.'? "d -  "jf-    !���' j.yVV -�����,-  ;,*- 7,>- �� V i   -i, -  j^isaw ?, ���  '''ry--.  "��� *, *���  'J A  'r^>y-  ���SUWs  i s ^v v.y ���*r' -  f'l^'-T.A ���' vi-  , T    -m. v       t"��ti  ^' 7'd^.;{./  tc ^ ^1 - .t      ^i ^  CSJ  V  !��  i:  4y;d7;'*k:':d  ' (���'������ -,",-.'.',".-���'��� V*."'  ;sd!;7yk  ;.s'd- y'-'i  ;S.kf*d  ^7:  :f'.-'fr.  .'-.li..  0   ��  TIIE i v ^ nin. "vnviF.: BKITIS-H COLUMBIA.  TE MOYIE LEADER:  J-Jlbliubed in Lb*- lntereai of tht peoplf-  of Moyie'and "fiast Koutenny.  F. J. SMYTH. pt-'LisfJEK-  Qne Year .  hie    or   SUCCBlrllOS  ....   T'i  &"?. l/t/  iSATURD.W.^ULY 18,1008.  ��� 4. baswba^J. t8��t�� U ,* valuable  acqijiaitjpn po o-ny townj  ?-Presh   buttermilk   oi?   ice" is  now   the   popular ybeverage   in  -Qregon.    All but two  p'ouc,tj.es in,  that atate are "dry." ,  ' Variety is ' the ������Q'u.e of life.  Thia .leads Low��ry to remark that  ��Even kissing the same woman  pll   the-tinxa     beconjes ' i��paot-  pnous."     . "    r       ', -  '   ' , **?������  Phoenix,ia   rji-ov^ding its rjssid-  '   enta with a, park   .that' will cost  ,,$5,000.   Moyie has a" Btarter for a  paik   and    recreation     grounds.  These    ground-- '   should be ��� im-  proven at"every*opport.ua^ty/7 '  There .is" a kick, on' the 190S  strawberry. �� M*ny say it is>  pleamre to th.e eye, but a disappointment to. tiie tasted A fruit  that has a spfter, richer, more  jiuscjous CQlpr than a'" glowing  ' sunset and tastes'" like a lenjon0, is  j the verdict.  i*         ,   r ���  r      I I  "War ha- been declared between  ' a preacher and an editor in-Cran-  ' bro Jr. Rev. ^ughes. the Methodd  -, jst ministe', threatens1, to sue "Old  "Man " Simpson Jotthe,trHerald for'  Two Fast Cranbrook Boys.  Cranbrook Herald:���Franc'**  M. Cinuell, who xvew from buy-  hood to manhood iu Ori*nbr����c>k,  land wlio n-ivv live-j aC Vaueutivt-r,  captuied tbiee firac pnx��-s in the  ti-Hcik eyents aC iMgary. lit th<-|  ��� 00 yaids ho %yon from Fred  jerkins, beating' him by t,w��>  yards, and running the race in 10^  seconds fiat. McGqnnpll also won  the 220 easily and the 4-10 by a  foot. It is interesting to note  that another ojd Cranbrook boy,  Tommy Gallon, ran in the ' 100  yaiddnnd came in third,' These  races'were all for the championship of Alberta. ,        ,    '  B-jth McConnell and Gallon  are  xvell known",in Aloyie".  The Farmer's Wife  Jfl'very careful   about her  churn.   Sbe  scalds it thoroughly after using, and gives  it a sun bath to sxvectcu It,   She, knows  that if ber churn Is sour it will taint tbe  butter that Is mado in it.   The stomach is  b churn.)   In the stomach and digestive  and nutritive tracts aro performed processes which aro almost exactly like the  churning of butter,   is it not apparent  then that If this stomach-churn Is foul lt  makes foul all which is put lny> It? <'  ~ The evil of a foul stomach & not alone  the-bad tasto In the mot-th and thp fpjd  -breath caused by It, but tjia .corruption of  tho pure'current of blood and tho dissemination of disease throughout the body.  Dr. Tierce's   Golden Medical Discovery  makes tbo sour and foul stomach sweet.  It does for the stomach what tho washing  and stin bath do for thechurn^���absolutely  removes every tainting or cornipting element.     In  this  way.lt cures' 'blotch ��2,  pimples' eruptions, scrofulous -swellings,  sores,   or ' open   eating ���' ulcers ', and, all  humors or diseases arisingironi bad blood"  If you have bittcr,^'nasty, foul taste' lo  your nyouthyccRiied  tongue, foul -breath,  are >ve��k and easily tired, feel depr^scil  and'despbpdopt, havo frequent headaches^,  dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress tn stomach, constipated or irregular bowels, sou?'  or bitter risings after eating and. poor  a.ppotitey these symptoms, or any copiJder-  ^bleputriberof thenx, indicate that you aro  jsufleririg from hiliousness, torpid or lazy,  liver with the usual accompanying* indf-  gestion, or dyspepsia and'their attendant  aeraugements. - <���   t      '      ,j  ooi    ,       pfJc^asJrsScB^.  all the several scnoo  j   O. 0. F.  nlliley L,��>dffe No. 44.  Ul^eif T'iP��d*> ovenings in McGre.ijor  !h��U nn Vfctoria =treel. Sojourniug  , Odd Fellows cordially invited.  H. J. Lowns  iNobie Orand.  J?. J. Smyth,  Secr'v.  Fishing Tackle  RODS, REELS., FLIES,  BAITS, LINES, HOOKS  LEADER BOXES AND  TROOLS,  Greenheart rods from SB to SJ13;  .split bamboo from $l.Q0 to S5.75;  Lance ,wood rods'from $2 to $5  Trunk rods',from $4 to $4.50.-'  i' i  MOYIE:' DRUG    AND  STATIONERY''" STORK  If tfiff rjlllj^'oi theanoTe; SYOTptoma  ldiUop^ as"atK*i-Ui(r tiy l,r.e writl^  guSa^nay nhtf,ui,ii>usrajpr  schools of, roycl If al prar^JJy,  TTpiTllic a.iyT ^^���TT^���^')i"^'gTy  have been   skilltullr and   harmon^niigly  rnmhi nacf h  Pr.'PTrrP'*1 fi^1'" ^'"f 'rKT  ���DIscQiexz* That this is absolutely trvw  absolutely tru��  3 readily proven toyoursatlsfad  b" you will but mail a postal card reqi  to Dr. B- V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.; for a.  ' free copy of his" booklet of extracts from ,  ibe standard'medical authorities, giving  tho names of all tho,Ingredients entering  St:   Joseph's   Convent.  k    , --        - -���   i, , v,  ,    / , NELSON, B. C. * f .  '   ' ��� ���        .' ^ ,,   <  j-Joardmg and'Day School-' conducted by the Sisters of StdJoeepby Nelson",  ��� Ei* G. ',Commercial-- and ' buaineas  courses a specialty' 'Excellence and  ��wift progress characteaize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One "month, assures the  public of the- thoroughness/of7the  Sisters' methods of- teacliing. , Terms  commence January, April*and -Sept  Pupils are adinitted duriuc term. -   ^n  SV. Exxsc��* i-��<is�� >'"��� 37-  ; k. of p.  3fcets pvi-ry Thursday  c\6-ning in McGregor  ballflt S r'clock. Vifc-  iiing brothers inviled  W.'J. Feltham,  Chancellor Com.  E. A. Hill  "K. K.nnd S��  Moyie- Miners'   Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hull every  Salur-  d.iy evening.     Sojourning   mfeuiber?  are cordially iuvited to attend.  11! J. Uolter        ���'  Tboi-. % Kelly,  '    President. '     '  Secretary  0;:,k: REN.BAU,  <��� " r , ���" t       r      r  V,     , BARBEE.-  d ,   *.;  ?irst Ciiiss Work  r- > ���        , G  's t ' '' tJ J  KobT^N^T  HOTEL  y   t \,  Harvey,'; ; McCarter < &  'w- "-'   Hacdonald.  '-, I:  !kBarristers," Solicitors, Notaries,- Etc.  Cranbrook^   '-   rB.G:  ���<y -���i"  ���TJiistle   Brand. Creamery  Butter 3 pound's fpr'Sl'QO  '   '   - 'k ���  Golden    West, jDreamery  t * i - *���  and   Thistlb   Pra'rid '"Dairy  Butter S3 cents'per pound. '  FOB,    SALE.  ��libel.  -The1 preacher has "hia idea l,.!nto his worid-famed'med'ctne3 and show-  k ' '     .        ' " | log -wfiat' the most eminent medical nan  ��9 to how a tovyn  g"hQul4.be pun   c$tjaa'ajpaayoltb��m.     ' *?  *-  ".lk_a  ' and so baa the editor, therefore  . * the outcome of the  scrap -vyill be  watched with   interest.  ���-   ������.��  The reductian  of  the  fare  between   Victoria   and   Seattle   to  twenty-flye cents recalls the battle to the   death   between   two,  Irish steaiubaat cornptnies.   The  fares had got smaller by  degrees  and beautifully leg^,   ijntil at last  one company   boldly   offered ' to  carry everybody fi ee of  charge.  The    other    thereupon     offered  every m-in who   travelled on  its  boats a glass , of whiskey.   The  pppo9ition surrended forthwith.  SmaU D��bt�� Qourfc.  Electoral  District of Grapbirook.  Notice is hereby given that  jSitting-j of tl^.e above Coi-rt will.  be held at the Government fiuilo^-  jng, Cranbrook. for the dispp3al  f cvses every Wednesday, at two  p'clock P. M.; at Moyie every Saturday at the same hour; aqd at  Marysville, Fort Steelp and Warner on such, days and dates af-  may bo appointee} io the proceed  jugs.  All debts and demands not  ex  ceeding S10Q  can be  sued for and  ecovered in the  abqve  mention-  d Court on {"iituD-oifa and Jijdg-  ;nent, Garnisbpe (either bpfore oi  after Judgment) or qn installment Order which can be enforced  by committment if necessary.  Instructions for propeedings can  be handed in   to the, undei-mcu  tinned Glerks of tho Court, viz:-  V.  R.   Morris,  Deputy  Sheriff,  Cranbrook.  P.   C Riuth,   Provincial  Con  stable,   Moyie,  or   to  Jo^pph Walsh, -Provincial. Con  gtablo, Fort Steele,  jfiated this 22n4 4*Y Pf June,190.S  Jiy  Ordar.  , JOSEPH-RYAN, Magistrate  Fqr sale, valuable .boarding  house " property. Thirty feet  frontage on Tavistock" street,  Moyie, B. C. The building consists of a two story frarno house,  mausard roof, including sitting  room, dining,,room, kitchen, pantry, store room and ogjee jj.nd 1J.  bedrooms. Building may be inspected on k application to R.'  Campdell, ,Moyie. Tenders will  be received at the office of W. P.  Gurd, barrister, Cranbrook, B. C.  up to August 1st. I9O8.  gASPENTEB WO&K.  All parties desirous of having  any carpenter work dope caunot  do better tb&n coinn;unicate with  Wm. Bridges or Wm. Mered'th,  Aldridge. Prices. reasqnable..  Work first class. Orders may be  left at Fitch's store.  ?i  BURNS & CO  M0YIE,-''B.'.'.Cr'7''''''  ��� t-i's-'-^  Qeo, R, teagk & Co.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  Our Woik is our Advertisement  Head   Okkice :  CRANBROQI<" -. B. C.  Hee  F. J. BUIR, Moyie, B. C.  Mm**  - ".*��  TW>   ROOM'-T.   lit, ;pu 1  niched.     Apply    to    Mrs.    Rob-  R-.ibertson, Caimpbell street.  FOR SALE -A *ond bicycle ap  ply to Mr. S  Moore, Moyie.  FOR ."-ALE-Fn sh milch cows  JFor particulars write to  MORGAN LONG,  ^ijtfcber Creek   ^Ita,  Thinking of Spring  Fainting, Etc?  TIIE^   REMBM-I3I3I1  B7H. SHORTS  CRANBROOK, B. .0   7  Box   33.  Will send 'ooinpe'ten^  man to paint, l^also-  niine or papep your  hona3.  X. T. McVIUlc.'C. Ev V L S. II. f.'tU-iir, C  MCVITTIE& PARKER  ���*   ' '    -    06; ���  Provincial Land Surveying ,   '  railway, si mining en'gi>*i5jeking  Estimates Furnislisd.  OFFICES       '    "      -''  Fort Steele P. 0. Box 25.  ' " " V"  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11. -   ''  '   d      'BUY "YQPR   -  I  FROM  1  A B. Stewart   & Co.  LIlfQLBUM  CARPETS  When   furpishipg   }rour  home or Jiotel doii'l Epr-  Ket   we can furnish  ycKt"~  promptly and c��?pplctc  MAI& ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON,  -   -   -    B. C,  .-." -..A'GNTS    '���':  Mason ife Priych Piano Go.  Ostermoor Mattress.  OloberWerpicJi: pffipe Furniture.  ^/*aa^&jK^tV2��Kj^2}'gp.np 'y^TBri  W. R. BEATTY  EnilialmiT and Undertaker,  Phone 9.  C^AJVBROOiC  ���THE���  &j:i,.iiia&^^  DESACLNIKIl     BXtOS.    fopg.  Lur^e samplo room jn pppfiept-ion  with house for coramercia 1 men. Be  of accommodations.  : Headquarters  for   Commercial and Mining Men.  Qteens  AVENUE, MOYIE,  B. 0  W: Fd'GURP,  Shoe Repairing  Mining  Shoes  Made to Order  SS*$^s#  ��s*K.*S-'o.'S  R. A, SMITH  ' l ' SIIOBMAKHIl,  MOIYE,    '.        ,        ' '   '  BARRISTUtf, SOI.ICITOB.iKXC.  CRANBROOK.  ���i <.  b: c  . - /C. B!. DUNBAR      d  ,iV i, > ,,       .       ,        . ,       ,  Burristcf, Solicitpr, Notarj- Public, Etc  " 5'*7 'Cranbrook,. B. C,   j /-,  dr:;f; , b; ;miles, . ?i ;' ;d-  Grkr&rgok^y t \y &,>0)  -       ��       ** k i \?\ ***'**        ��*''   "��� f*t   jr. 1-1*  <ft,  Vt  George. &? Tlioinpson,::  -  BAKRiSTKBi Solicitor"  :]   ,7    / tnry Public', ��5;c. ���       '   7 '-  CRANBROOK,      British Columbia  INTERNATIONAL::  * 'it.  HOTEL,     -,,  -  This hptelisnqw under new  m^uagenjent, "and is first class  \n. every respept. -  B. E.  TAYLOR, Hgr.  '   -^ r l v  Victoria Street. " LfOYIE  '  '    STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  t    -    ' ' ; '"'   *'   '' ���   -  \    -   .   ,*-   WHEN IN    ,       h J"  yyy     , '   7,    '    '  '\:"-> .    .7,CRANBROOK  ,&    k  .   ���-      . ,    -  ��  *  k. n. s.uai^l, ai��ni��i:er.,  - '  ,     "  ,    * r        - ,' ���>. i i    i {  r * i '* i  �� Good rooms, good tR^lea^and bar -,  " and 'first class eampla'Jn>otiie.'  ���4) ��� '  'y' ��   '       ,,       _>  ., ,,*   ;   -k  .   '  ���'  ''. -   y>- \   ���'t-,--'l  Wm. Jewellrr-r^r  **i      i      7      ��� , i **    '  '-���- * l-  v   '-,;,-'    _ ���  ' Express and Gener-V  al*  Delivery ? Busi-P\ .  ness." - Livery;'. and ;;  -Feed: Stabler-/;       -  WOOD.*;AND J-COAL  JC.    .  [  }~ Z  ;.: ���<- , .  For/ Pale d   \;  ' ,d���'d-,_dy  7*:;. '   L�� -V' ''7,"    '  1 y     , ��� I * "Leave ^Orders at" '*yj -'   \ *' '  ,   -     i1--*   - a ' i     '^i , * !,,_ ,   . ���,'    , y 'J .  - ,v.9        *_GWynne's Slorei'd'd.   ���, "7.  , .i> ',  ���> ,���     ,��'  i<>,'/,>       ,i.,'i. V-"-     -,-    ~>   '    -  <*     - f. ,   * ,1 . ' L '  -if   r . ,    , , c* A -  "   -,   -w       ,-' --   - -        * ,-y ���-    ' ,-   tj-  Moyie, ��� ��� �� ^'y- ylJijtish CoJunibia  THE CANADIAN  OF'COMMERCE"  '_ EST^��UsuLBlJ  Il��AD   OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. V7ALKER, President  ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager  -  Paid-up Capital, <  Reserve Fund, -  Branches throughout Cajiada, and in the United States and  H\  COUNTRY BUSINESS ESJrK"S"'>  ansaclvj  banking business.   tSales notes' avijL be cashed or taken foi  'BANKING BY MAIL ^SLlI^T^i  this way with equal facility."       '        ' , ���  CRANBROBK, BRANCH.,.';' :������',"���' . R. T. Gni  .Cosmopolitan  '-     ,'   .        'HARRY, DIM4CK,' Proprietor.  ,. i 'I "     i .    i,   - '        n    "     '��  ' \   Nearest Hotel io.fhe St.'Eugene mine,   I  Headquarters, for Miners,  BA3i SOTPLIED WITH.'BESTJJRANBS CF LTQUOBSiSjl  , Rates- $1:00 a" d'ay and uu;-  (I    r  ,:r..  ���    ���   *    -i -i,"; u7,7   '-SLd,   ,   ' ,  '"->'-,-  yk    x-y- ���'  ' ��   '���'    V ���%-a��'-5' ��'^I<  -v.  $li�� ^s1.  ���^  <^SJr.  'Ik.  11'"     '      (> ''ft  ���-. -'7��A*^->;'. ���  I-.,-', -  *rf  #&v  fa-^4  ��AV  &p  GENTLEMEN���  ���If you want a  stylish, -up  to date tailor inado suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We guaratee all  Oiir Work.  Cleaning,       repairing and  pressing1 done.  Prices Right.  CiFOOTE  Merchant Tailor, -     7  MOYIE, 33dC  SEND dFOXJRiW��P-K   T0  TH^  *   KOOTENAY ;  STEAM  LAUNDRY. *  -    "'  -'        KELSON     ,   ,   ���  All WhiteiLabor.  Leavo work wtfch���fchio local affenfc,  A, B. STEWART.  0' F. DE'SAULNIE^,  D2ALE11   IK  PEOMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' Ave.      MOYIE  CANADIAN  ��Q  YEABS-  E^PERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anynno ccnillni? a'sfcotrh nnd dcsorlotlon roef  quickly -tujoartnln our opinion frco whether an  Inrontlon l�� prohnhly rMentahlo.   Coinmnnlcn-  ' tlonaHlrlcLlyconllUontlal. Ilnnflhool' on Patents  lent froo. Olclost nconc) for Deeming patenu.  l'nti-iitn taken  tbrouvh  Munri & Co. recnS ���  tptcUU notice, irll.liout'clmree, lu the  Scientific J^serican.  A h��nd��omoly llluntntted woeicly. I.����rOHt olr-  enlxtlnn of any eclontltlc 'Journal. Torms, $3 c  year; four aiontbB, fL Qa d byall tieTsdonlora ���  BWJNN & Cd.36io'��--*^ New Yorl  Summer    Excursion  Rates Esat, $60, 00  From Moyie to Winuipef*, Du-  lutb, Fort William, St. Paul,  Sioux City.  Chicago' , $711.50  St jfOuia     07 50  Now York 108.50  Toronto  01.40  Montreal   105.00  Ottawa:.', d ......... ..;. .'....; .105.00  St. John, jf..' B. .........; .'���:'. 120.00  Halifax ..,;..:.......;..... i:,1.20  Sidneyy C.! B/i,:.'.'.: id.;.... . .130.00  Tickets ou sale May 4 and IS,  Jijne 5, 0,19 aud 29: July 0, 7, 22  and 23; August.0,7, 21 and 22,  1008. First clasp, ��� round trip,  NINETY DAY LIMIT.  Routes-rTickets good via any  recoguized routes in one or both  directions. To destinations east  of Chicago are good via thp Great  Lakes.  For-fnrtlipr, iiifprtnatiioh ratop,  sleeping car reservation apply  C E. McPHERSON, G. P. A.  Winnipeg, Man.  J. MOB, D. P. A.  Nelson, I). C.  GtaWoQ^kM  ���V ,   y\~-'  *     - -'/���iLitfilTED:5'"  *->S3i3^9S3S33e������e���S=���e���S33^3c>S%gy3*=>3a^39&93>5;  >v< *-  i  MOYIE    H0TE!  ���      ^ ia i i        >  " *"'/ ' -r- p.:f. jommsiojv' ��� '/  This Hotel'is New andr well Furnisbftl  Tables are Supplied with the M  MarKet-affords. The Ear is Fillesf  the Best Brands of Liquors and  | HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAlf  |      7- ���   AND MIMING MEK f '  ��   motik       * ��� ���       ��� _       , xmmsiiq  ? ^<S������ �����**�� 9SC?S-B���'���S�����������������eW*5�� 3������� aSiaa **��53W  Msa^^^^&s^i^^a^ssEssssss^aa��  As' mule by the present brewer id s(,n]l|t!  Best Beer in East Kootcnny. With tlicllc-.jj  he Purest Spring Water it is uncxcclk'il iO-'l'j  Itisiat on having Jloyio Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer,  CHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  -   K?-  W ALL PAETS! OF TOWN  Insurance, Real  Estate  7 ysyf?>S  .,/** -^,m  \y^M

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