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The Moyie Leader Jul 25, 1903

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 V-'  <$��� !    <*)vor "'^ vol'ors  "nave   already  been  rifa ! registered in Moyie  .JI is said that R. K Beattie is now  out for the Liberal no.nina.ion,  John L. P.otailaek has been nominated on lho Liberal ticket in the Kaslo  riding.  The Provincial nominations will be  held on October 15th and the elections  on,October 31st.  Col. Prior announces that lie will  not be a candidate in the forthcoming  elections for Victoria,  Tho Liberal nominatitis convention  for this district will bo held in Cranbrook on t next Wednesday evening,  July 29.h,/  Delegates from the A. L. U. held a  meeting in Cranbrook laat Saturday,  but did not decide to put a ��� candidate  in the field. They will hold another  meeting later'. K. A, Smith represented the Moyie union.  Canadian  #.. COMMERCE  =3  VM  vpid tfp- Capital   $8,700,000:  Reserve,       - 3,-000,000,-  Pf cecal Bate of'Interest S per cent.  o ,.,:is Received.  mm. branch.  F< C- KtALf-aS. MGR  "J^yt^^y-^'"-^^ ~'\* *$-> -yz rfz. v^ "^ /-i  k 1\  ,na  m  m  ==. it  m  CAPITAL, ^��lhnri��d) |��jg.���  CAPITAL, (Paid  Up) ���������������'   M��g'��$       '  11EST ������' *W^^-~    ,  ,     ������^���l"K, TORONTO,   ONTAKlO.        .        *        ���  d. ,,-r   r> i.  1.  WiLlCrB, Vice- Pre? and   Gen. Man.  ;;:;;;[;;;!;, Man^   V. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector.  * ^.-'^-r-' -rt^-. ^-fcTinTT    A ceneral banking buei-  .k^ROOK BRANCH neM triUlsacled.  ^7^d^RfT\TLrNL;-^rii'.croc'..alluv.i>doti deposits. .  .    ,  ^aiUlelnuU   piria   'of   Canada,, United ' States  and  �����,.Ti,.f at^niuin1 given Jo collcou-ms. , ,  Ml, MARSH, Manager.*  !  I 1^  .**.  ������  perations.  Contract will Likely Be Signed Before the First of  August-Manager Cronin says.- .Old Hands ���  will'Be fiiven Preference,  ���  Coji?ervatl<-o Koi.-lnatiiig: 'Jom-ontlon.  The'following meetings of Coiiaer-  vativea will be held; at ihe different  places hereinafter mentioned; td chct  delegates,, to b'e held for the jjurpose  of nominating the Couocrvktivu Can -  didato for tho-Ora.ibref-]. electoral district at tlie coniiug Piovuicial election.  Cranbrook, Wen Worth li-.ll. '  Fort Steele;  Movie,  Wardner,  Kimberley, North FJtar hotel,.  Maryeville, MacdoD aid's Motel;  Perry Creek, Burge's Hotel'  "Wasa. Hansen's Hotel,  , Ryan; East Kootenay Lumber. Co.'s  office.  All meetings are to be held on .Saturday, A.ucu=t 8th; 1903, at 8 p. th.  All Conservatives pre incited to at-  lent the ..leetinss held at or near tlieir  places oi ru3idfciifce.'  St. Euqcnc   North Star   Sullivan.'   Cnn. Gold Fields   Golconrfa   War Eagle   Payne   American Boy   Alberta Coal Co   East C. N. Coal. . .'.  St,Eugene Mountain  Can, Oi Iii Coal Ltd.  Sales���2fort]i Star. 3,500;    Sullivan  3,000; St. Eugene, ���J.J.OO; Payne, 500.  ���IH  -17  in  o.v  ok  ���  ID'  , L.'A  ''   5A  18  15  ���  13  , 20  18  o  ���i  3.50  ���-  75  ���-  10   ,  -���-  3,50  ���:  ������������HM   M.WHll.lll ���_,  "     .-**.n laffta'.fon faoiO. Hume.  I)-* J. Either is in'receint of ari !nvi-  datiqn to'attend the''Old Boys; Reunion," wh'ich will be held :'n, Kingston,'  Out... Mr.[ Elmer's old home; next  week. ' Thc invitation is a. piece of  typographical art, und reflects cri-dit  on Edw J. �����. Pense, publisher of the  Kingston V/hig. John Elinor, D. J.'s  father, is a' nienibcr of the general  committee.   ---  "We atiali start tfc.e St, Eugens mine just as  soon as we make a Contract for our ore, which  i  X aiLi in hopes we will SL3e able to do by the first  of August].   As soon as a contract; is made we  will begin putting on men and getting everything in shape for running.   In order to be  assured of sufficient power we will likely put  in ah engine to run the mill during low water.  It- is also our intention in future to save the-  zihej.which has heretofore been, carried off in  the tailings.   The addition of some elevators,  jigs and vannersto the concentrator will be all  that will be required, and we'expect-to save  from  100 io  800   tons   a  month-   Zinc  now  brings a higher price than lead. You may state  that we wish to get all of our former employes  bac& Ugain when we start,- and we will give  M$H&B:��i8 Notice through  the newspapers  wiieii Wi M% tmd-f fo'r tlienir  The above statement was given   out! liave no difficulty in   secu'ring . ti, con  . . ._..'...   .���:tt-'   if,'��� T-,_���;(    ���,.-_u���_,    ���.,/!     il,n  XO WII0*11 IT MAY COSCJ.KX.  If you intend purchasing property  in Moyie don't wait until the mines  open upt but buy now* See D, J".  Elmer. He has lots for sale , in all  parts of town. Aleo stores, houses and  ����� tablet, for rent.  Xllioral .^li'otiiig'.  A meeting of the Moyie Liberals  will be held in the Odd Fellows' hall  Monday eren.ng to which all members are' requested to be present.  A. T. CLAKK, Secry.  ,, ,..., %;-.^s .0. -O' & A'-V.v.^-i.^ -.V_^  SJvl- .-.v_r.��_'s��-^' .& *  /Ui  'OU HAYS A' . .  LOT TO' SELL,.     ,  A HOUSE TO KENT,  M INV1^G STOCK TO  SELL,  Or if you wish to invest  id ai.v'of tlieae consult -  FARRELL & SMVTH.  35. N MOVIE.  ASSATSUHf  NELSON,  3. C  ^���v'  ' IfyoitwantanytHnifA stylisK m& neaigo to  All ryruggists will refund your money  if you are not satisfied after using  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera . and  Diarrhoea .Remedy. It is everytfheic  admitted to be the most successful  reniedv' in   itse  .for  bovvel   complaint?  yesterday m'orniut^'.by r, James Cronin;  manager of th'e St. Eugene mine. Mr.  Cronin has just returned from California and Nevada. He is glad to get  back with his family again, and to enjoy the cool and refreshing bree.'.es off  Moyie lake, lie seems well pleased  wich the action of the government in  giving the bonus, aiid is now willing  ui drop his Chinese annexation  scheme for the present,  lie is satisfied that his company will  nnd tlie only one that  never   fails,  is pleasant, safe and reliable.  It  Tlie latest tMz%,in  j ���';��� ,,      d  LOCAL   NEWS.  Mike Burke was in Craiib:ool�� Tuesday.  J. C. Drewry r/en't to Sossland thi^  week.  M. A. B'e'alc sp'eiit   Several  d.-.ys  in  town this week. ,  i     . ,  Mrs. F. J. IMoMrthou   id   visiting   in  Ivimb'erley.  Mrs. Hollislei is.up from >Tels'ou on  a visit.  Mrs. J1. P. Farrell returned from the  hospital Wednesday,  D. J, Johnson 'Was ic lowc from'  Morrisaty yesterday.  The Moy'c tire brigade have added a  'new 28 foot bidder to their erfuipment.  B. Otimybol!'p.hd ��,  T. Clark v:ere  in Foi-t   Steele   th!*   week  attsndiug  'court,  '   Mr., drcniu aiid Master Jack v/e'tn  . ..I. ... V    , .. I  to   Ne]3cL.   this -'.w.eek   ta, meet Mr.  Croni'r. Rhd. aoootripaoy liim borao,  Fred Mltohb-U p.hd Mias Jc-i..ie Gill  U'orb tiiarrkd iii Marysville laoti Ttie*}~  day by Kev. For tli He of Ohmbrock,  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM;  (Ailop.oa CtkcAolbtoi-i-, rfi'Ptoinbor loth, 1903.),  1. 'Xh.it this cm;', ciuioi. rutflirma thu policy o.  iheparty it; ii*.i*.tu't': <it provinoi.-tl roH.d._> tmd.  trail*- -. the G-,\iie..-.iii*i and noutrol of railwav-s  and liv* >_fe\c"ioT'in^.a', vf tLt .isticu.lt'J.-'.], rt-  sources W the j.i-oviut-0 u-; laicl do\\\i iu thc  platform ado'.to'l iu Cf.to!:'or, Ji*'J0; -.��lnch is aK  follow.-;  '���To actively did In me cuiisur.i.tic>.i oi irai!-:  t'arcugiiotit thc ciiiltvi'loijod iiortioasi and il*.c  building of pi-oviyi.-iLl truul: rdad*. of public  necessity.    . #ii i  "To adopt lho prir.cii-.lt.-. o.* cove.-lnnent  owucrruiinylf railwcys it! ho far lift lho cireum-  .staii(.es of the province will admit, and thoj  adoptiou cf the principle that no bonus Kliouldf  bo gm.-ici. lo liiiy rralv.-ayeoutpany.whiuh Jo'is  not nive the government oi thc province control of rates qvei liuo'6 bouii.ecl, together witL*.  the option of purchase,  "To aoti<-cly f.B'.i-'L l,y state aid i-i tlio development of the .-'g-iculti-i-'!'resources of thc  provincc.' , ,  '1, That ia the mciuuiine' find until the railway policy r.ho\e set forth cau L<eacconi-,ilished,'  la general iaiiivay'act be "���law't'ti givins freedom  to construct railways under certalu approved  regulation.!, enalogos to thc system that ha-i re*  ���suited iii etich exteii^ive railway cou.strui.tiou*  iu tho, Uui to J States.; vY-t!. 9o fiueh advantage tc  trade aud eoinnicree.  3 That to encourage the mining itidiiatrv, the  taxation oi"-metaliiToror*; m:iie�� sliocid.y-'c oi*  the hasis of.. pe.t;ceutS'��e oil the net pjoiiu.  .  ���l,.Thatthe governiacut oirnersihip of teicr  phciuj ivatems should he. bro'i^ht ahoutab a  -irct.stcp m the ricquisitiou of public utilities. ,  That a p'cr.lou ol er<ry coal area hereafter to  be di-jpo-.ed.of should be res.er.ved from tale or  lease, *.o that state' owi/cd ltiiiici may ?jo ea.*,ily  acce'.iihle, if their operation become!, necessary ,,  or adv-V'-l-le. ...  i. That in the uulp laud leases provision  should bo made for reforesting aud that step.  should be taiten for the general preservation ot  forests by guarding against tho wasteful de*.-  tructiouof timber.     " .  7 Tiuit tho legislature and -.overumeut oi the.  province should perseVeioiu the etlbrt to secure  the exclusion of Asiatic labor.  S That the matter of better term, iu the way  of siib.sid\ aud appropiiatlor.s for the province  should be vigorously pressed tipon the Dominion jroveriimeiit.  9 That the silver-lead industries of thc province be .osiiEOil aud ei'coiuaged by tiie iuipohi-.  tion of iiictc.-ed ou.-.ioms duties on lead ami  lead p.o.luet.s imported into C.'-nada, and that  tlie cou.cmuive members .o( the Dominion  Ifouie he urged to -support <*uy tuctiou introduced for M.'eh a ],urpo*-e.  J.ij Thiita.* ludu.-irh-l dismuos aiuios', invariably result in sreat lo'-.s aoll injury both to too.  piiuius dii-eetlvd'oucerued and to thc public,  lerrisNtion should bp unssO'I to provide1 means  for an iiiu'ii-u-ilu ad;ti?t:ni*i't of speh disputes-  D. J. Elnior and  .Vife, of Movie. r/eiP I bef.--e.ui employers and employees. ,  7 d 1    11 That it is an'-iMible to forter the inanufae-i  Hire of the raw'products of the province withii!,  the province us far ��'-> practicable hy  meiuis ot  la.Kiiton on the said  raw proouctj., subject ,ti>  rebate ot the same in v.hole or part \- hen man  ufactufed iu British Coli'mbiii.  tract with' the Trail smelter, and that  they vv-i.l have tiie mine aiid mill running in ftill blast within a month or  six weeks. The Trail smelter has  guaranteed them a rale of *f;10'n ton  for freight aiid treatment until the  price of lead goes over the .kl2 mark,  and then a corresponding advance will  be made.  When the So Eugene is runuiug in  full force it mines about l0,0()0 tons of  ciude ore and ships about 2,000 tons  of concentrates a month, ant employs  between 250 and 300 men.  lu.tfwmmM' *r\r  wuujj HMMifmrwmfcW t*i"i  IKf^  ORAJST BROOK-    ITEMS.  Cranbrook Iferald:  Cranbrook visitors last Saturday  Mr. and Mrs. A.  L,   McUennot   are  expected    to    return   fron'i   Winnipeg  ���ifiiSAtt-SiBli UnOS,   l-rop~.  L'e ' sample rftom.,iE r ^ontieo^  ^.ith iious? for.oommercial man." Jest  of at-Commodationa. ,.  '.���  y --,_->.-,,.   .���    ^       .'_v ���*,       ;      -   j*     :,.'..���       '     .   y     .     -.      -���*'      d'  hoaclqua.'tei-s.fer'. ddmmerioial'Sncf Wlintncj Meii  laisfaffe  ChurcI.,.;SoryIcO!). .'  Methodist--'--Sunday   schcel  p.  ni;   -Preaching'   at  f?  grfes* wil  IL-..*.  r:-  llMaciEadiem  _^-d ii  7:30 ..o'clock.  Text: "Seek ye first the kingdom of  rGod arid Hit.- rigliteQusn-ese,.-and all  'these things shall bs added unto thee."  ���Matt 6:33..'-  All are welcome.     .,    ., ..'.-....        ,  ,li. 1$. fl. .TAYLO-R; l^aotbr  PltE:5Bi"T.ii:tUAi.----St:iiday tichool tit 3  p. n). Service/iu the hali at 7:30 p: m.  Subject: "Cdritinus thou in the things  which'thou hast learned'and liaat been  tist-ured of." ��� t- ��� y.  ��� ��� .  ���,.-..  ,. 7 -.  .,  y  AM are cordially invited to r.tieiid  the/ib services.   ,.-.        .  T. A. BliOADFOOT, Idisibr.  (next week.  I John Hutchison has yold Iris residence and furniture tc Ad A. Ueule,  who will take possess ion (he first of  the month.  Mrs. Cx. lt. Miner leaves ue*-_. Saturday for her former home iii Ontario.  She will be joined there in tv-o or three  week*, by Mr. Miner, and from there  they will go to Pomona, California,  where they may make tlieir home in  tho future.  Kev, J.'urtu.ne organized a Pres-  byteritui .congregation at Creotcn last  Friday fiiitl appointed three managers.  ;Ga Saturday, "t,en, v/ero . baptised)', two  adults and. eight ������e_jiidrei--'y Sunday,  holy.sacrament was. ad ministered, ��ad  three joined by., confe^sioft an.d eight  others" naV- tiov/i:, Hr. BrpatKbot, of  Moyie, AVill have charf-o cf the services  ���nt that point, '        ,      ��      ��� ���       ' _  '-.GENERAL., NEWS   MOTES.  The ."Nelson Tribune is now being  issued as a daily. JR. T, I.owery i.s  editor ryhile.John Holiston is at the  :coast.. y, ���.[.','.- ���������'':. '....-'������'���  i" -Oscar Bonta'sh, lonuer. manager of  i the' Morthpurt" smelter,..-, eomniitted  '.luicide in yuoi*_*.u& last Tuesday.  WAXCH JdEPAIKllSU  A   SrEOWl'TY.  :JfiWSLEU'i iCitANr-KOOK,  b. c.  OQicial Watch Inapoctor for   the C. V.  7IT. Crow s.Nest Division.  CohseWatiVe C'onverltions.  At a meeting of the executiie of the 1'ruviu  cial.Couhervative Association, helot at Vaucou-.  ver, the province was divided into five division.;  for orgcnii-atiou purposes. The. Kootenay  lloundary division Is made up ot the followinsr.  proviucial election rli^rjcts.: ..r.ovejstokc. Columbia, fernie, Cranbrook, Vmir, Kaslo, Slocnn,  (.mud Forks, the City o. Hosslaud ��ud the City  of "Sel.soii. At the same nioi.tiu;; the ioUowimr.  resolutions utire adopted:    ���  1 That coi veutions for nouuiuitingr i.andi.  dates fo: mentbers o' the leirislativo assembly  be made uu oi delei-ates eluiseUK.- follows:  (a. In city electoral di*f iets, one delegate for  evei-v li/tv aud fntctiou oi lifiy votes polled no  tho provii-.citil election held in 1'JOO, and if tho  env is divided into wards, tho proportion o<  delegates for each ward shull be based on the.  vote Doilcdiu each ward at the last imuiieipa!  election. , , ,  [h' Iu other electoral  districts, one- dclegato  for every lift* or fraction of fifty votes, polled at,  the provincial election held In  -_?00,   the  delegates to be ft-pportioued to polling places, or as  near thereto An will be fair to the voters of the  different neighborhoods.     ..     .-   .:.'-.,"������  ' 2 Tlio election of delegates shall be at public  lacisUugs.'held at a designated.' central ��� place.iu*  each, polliusr division, or iu each -ward in city  electoral districts, if thc city ie clivldoci iutc-  wo.rd!,   At such  public meetings* only, those  who pledge thomaelves  to vote ior  the camU--.  date or candidates selected at the, nominaUtiE  convention shall be entitled to a vote for��� delc-  BVtwo weeks' hotiie slmll Uogivcii ef'.h'opul'-,  lie l'neetings.ivtwlticli delegates are to  Ixyele.e l,'  ed, tiud nomiimtin-,' eouveutions slmll be he'':*,  in citv elctor-il  districts   twodays   after tho  day oii   Wldcli  delegiMei  ai''J  oleeted1,  and ii*  other oiectorM districts seven days.a.fter.   All  nomiiiatioiis  thcoutrhout the'province to boy  made at  a' designated  central -place in each  electoral district, and ou the same day,     ..      '  (4) All notices of the date ei public lueetin.g;  for the etectiou of delegates to'nominating cou'  ventioh.., tlie  appointrhent  cf  doleg8,tesi anij  the ulaco aud date b.i  norniqatihg, CouvepUOti'*  In.ti\o several electoral  electoral electoral di*  tric-ts shall be urcpardd by tlie  member  ql the  ex<-'c"t've of the diyision iu .which iheeleufcnu  di^ti-ic's are situate, aud issued over, the name.1?  of the ure.ide.ut f.nd.secretary ol th.e v.O'incir.'.  Cca _e!���"���-���'.',live Associafibu.  i. r-<*''-.'d;ic!'0i'th'e pr'oV'in.ci-.l executive will bo*  he'd ai Vancouver wUbin -.-. month, ami tht*.  date for UuUtiut; distric't . uomumting con vou-  tlous will then be ttxed. : JOHN HOUSl'ON, '.'  I'resldeut of the hrov-lncf-i.  ��� Conservative Association,  Nelson, ."���me S, 1W".  S^sBJBaWBBgiiRareai8^^ m  .1       .1  *       .l-i  ;' ;dd.j;  ���   ' ���  . f"  ;   ' ��� d i.  ":   .- - '  '      .1 ���,  f  ��.--J.':  *F.2!S_*��  l*Z_���_fl.  Sfigssa.  fJ^'*' -" -�����   "--  EQUAL     . **���*  hand that was on his aria. inn tiK> hand  was of iron. Lie babbled unintelligible  words.  "Poison." cried Alden. "Who 1s poisoned*.   Come back here to the light."  And he thrust  Blair into  the of-iee  j him. "yon will do nothing of thc kind."  j     lie asked   her In   surprise  what she  might nu'.in.  "You will,utter no such violent send-  j inputs." she .said.    "Elsie believes herself h sinnc-r.   She looks upon that foi .*,  *  By HOWARD FIELDING  &   Copyright, 1901, by Cisrles W. Hooka.  practically carrying the man at arm's I as  if it were a  terrible offense,  ami,  length.    Utterly insane  with   the  fo.-.r j what is much more important, she lu'  of  death,  Blair struck  at   his  captor j lieves that you will so regard it.    She  out a major surgical opoiaiion and l'J,!  him mil of tin- train despite hi-; protests on tlie ground of duty. Thiyv we"*'  to Aldcii's ofiice, and when ihey left -t  "the force" had lost an'excellent oihe-er  und really able detective.  '1'iiK ii.\a  "Why   didn't   you   run';"'   demanded  Elmendorf. ,  "I staid io piny the game out," replied I.lair. "There was money in  view, and I love money, my friend;  also 1 love life Dow absurd, but  1 do���now that it's over! Think of  it! And there Isn't a man ln New York  this'ininute as wretched as I am.' ,Why,  I'd just heard from the hospital, and 1  , was sitting there on that cotieh, staring  at the pillow she made for me, thinking of the endless stitches and the love  ���Elmendorf, she told me that every  one of them was sewed with love fur  me. Why does that stick in my miudV  Why, couldn't I be straight? Well,  well. I'm done for���done for!"  Elmendorf eyed the man curiously.  His face was flushed as if with fever,  and his words were thickly uttered  and hurried, as with delirium.  ' "You didn't get the money?" said  Elmendorf.  "Money!"   echoed   Blair.    "For   the  first time In my life I forgot that there  ' was such a thing.   I read that letter,  as you guessed, and I was crazed.   I  kne\v she was holding her secret, and  would put him off for shame, and bo-  cause she treasured up something  he  had ' said   that   frightened   her���about  some woman who ran away to be married.   Well,   I   went  there  that  afternoon;    I   talked   with   her,   raved    at  her  and  then���well,' you   know   what  happened.   I thought every one would,  know I did It.    We had had more meetings, In tho last few weeks than you'd  believe possible," he rambled on, "but  then  nobody cares  what his neighbor  does here In,New York.   Our whole romance passed  without notice. ' I   was  on the balcony when Robinson came."  "Did  you  know  that  he  returned?"  asked Elmendorf.  ���'Returned ?*'  "lie left his cane In the ropni, got  outside the house, got in again because  the lock hadn't caught and entered  tho room, thinking that he had heard  an answer to his knock. There was  the money right on the table, nnd no-  bodyy In   sight,   you   and   Miss   Miller  vainly and screamed liko a child  Elmendorf was struggling to liis foot  ns they entered, and Alden uttered a  cry at the sight of blm.  "Did he do this?" he exclaimed,  pointing at Blair, whom he hud released. "  Elmendorf pressed bis hand upon his  hair, which was wet with blood.  "Yes," he said hoarsely; "this���and  the other!"  Alden paused an instant, the strength  of his body gathering' for effort.  Then he leaped , forward mid seemed  to 'pass half through, half over, the  body'of Blair, as if it had been a ghost  in��.garments. Turning, he <ur RIsilr  lying upon the (lour, his limbs contorted, his face bearing the unmistakable  stamp of death.  Elmendorf staggered forward and  knelt beside the body.  "We're going to keep her secret," he  said.    "Her name must not- appear in j  this.    We must see what the niiiii hns  "Great H----.1 For MeiHoine."  thinks that you will look upon ber as a  girl   disgraced   by    bor   own   act   und  ' Q !,"! by  J **-���;.������',' '/���jJ^^V;%  %ii  saved by chance. The whole matter (*['\M !,i_ l7 >,;d��'t>"' /p'/W/  lias assumed a shape utterly monstrous |" K ,,! !'"f ~"\*- ^'Syy-yZ^- f l'/'V//|/f  in her eyes. Now, what will you do- ; ��| toi&[? V^ J \ \,rf A W\  thank   God   In   her   presence  that   the!    Kij ^]tf'y/   H    ''  i  ih  dreadful drama closed with your band's \  upon    Blair's   throat?     Never,    never! i  You will be very gentle always.     You i  will say to her In the beginning: that  j  you love her dearly and that ik>thing ,  else   matters   In   the   least.     Y,-u- will i  speak as little as possible oi" this tan- '  gle of crime.    It is not important.    Do '  you comprehend?,    Love is what mat- !  ters.    Throughout  these  first difficult  days and for all your life you will do  the same thing.    You will help her to  forget that such racn as Blair are in ,'  the  world;  that she ever met one of J  them.    It won't he a forbidden  topic. !  Oh. far'from that; merely a matter not  worth brooding over in a world full of i  sunshine and love."  "Brenda,'" said he. "this is the .lower j  in his pockets and in the room.    Some i of   wisdom.,    I  'think   I'  might   have I  Time  lots nf  money  i.s  mem-', ,  *. i'i  1114-1 !���      I inle   .  *.' -^C&^fc'V  &.,,-,V'-rjz'-  i V rr"*<"**  - >. -A  ��� ��� v'---��  MJliie   iio'ii sjn ud  'grlill.M    ;l    litlli-  ^-  .'&������.'  (���ood luivice has i: l'K'l'H'111 ,u'\'  \aluo. It's I Ik* other kind ih,-n j.,  handed out bv tho'e who uie running  a  i-fii t   entorpi istr.  iuni  in.iii  '' 11  'i   ii  .���Mil'',,  J'Ul |JOM-  I hem  ll*   t he  i hi.'d   is   f.i (hi'i-   tu   1 he  nunc   childi'-n   he >���<���!.7   i'ii:r:i   to  proud  ot  111,11!,  I  ;e  < .i'  I'd!  mv  ,- l>' ���   .'-"Ir"!' r  \:'<{yu  I   y'fyV  r -'-��&  , ���* d^'V',-'-*.  i ��� .-..rwxv,  *       - .'---".���:*.  v'-'^ySi.  )���������'.' ?i&&rk  d*  I 7'--'52*1*1  GouSel   M��t  TtSFrTi  gs���Gibs'ssS by  DR. CHASE'S' KIDNEY  ver  In ^a~md^M  apeir-sencsd Gi*eaf"K^  of these fellows make strange  rauda."  memo-   ' erred in a way that would have taken [  i a long time to sot right.   Can I see her :  "Brenda has told me the story," said j now?"  Alden. "It could not be concealed. Iu  fact, I had got so much from the nurse  you bribed that the romninder,muttered little. Aiid this man was hor husband, tills cowardly wretch, this assassin of women!"  "He was,also an inventor of w,onien."  said Elmendorf. "And I never knew a  shrewder trick."  "Do you mean (hat he lied about seeing one?"  "There   was   no   mysterious 'woman  In   the ���case,'  no   mysterious  replied   Elmendorf.  "It  was a pure fiction aud worthy of Its  author.- ITe was clever, and for a thoroughgoing 'scoundrel��� n.ello! .- What's  this?"  lie had drawn a sheet of paper from  Blair's pocket, and after a glnnee at_ it  he-handed it to Alden, who road that  ���Arthur Gordon Blair and Joseph Xealo.  captain of police, were equal pariuers.  "I   think   you  can,"   said   Kendall��� !  "now." , j  And   with   tho last  word   he looked!  at Brenda.'  Alden understood. J  "I shall be all you wish me to be," j  he said. j  So they went to Elsie's room, Alden i  lingering until  the way  was prepared  for him. He entered smiling and band- J  some In  tho way.,of the days  before. I  lie knelt down beside Elsie's hed  *I.iilii't M-i* Heart.  "Oh, dourest., will yi o :, _��� ; n-'  Intm-upti'i-,' him slit :���'.'...  "I hh vi n 1  tin; hrnit lo A:i it!"  Quite c"'-,et she In. Id 1:-r he.i  "J haven't llir- lifjirt to do K."  She ri'pcarr.l with a ./u*-h.  'Til 7,ei.n' you  l*..i��l,,f pulleij  l*..e lu-nrt;  The l-.tart I neuh-ti for a tin-1! "     ,  ���1<*. P. ."iizer In New York Times.  CHAPTER XX.  TITK QXI.Y   THING THAT  MATTEHS.  being on the balcony between the windows. He needed money, and he took  it, and I traced It- The man's at headquarters now. He tried to skip, but he  was shadowed at the time, as I knew  and be didn't." '' '  "I thought Neale got the money,"  said Blair, starting as If from it doze.  "Robinson will be released," said  Elmendorf. "There'll be no complaint.  This whole case will be covered up."  "Covered up?" echoed Blair, and he  laughed.   "I'll   be  covered   up���in   my  grave, and, by , Elmendorf, I don't  want to die! I don't want to die! Can  you understand that?"  "Don't die, then," said Elmendorf;  "there's no naed of It I shan't trouble  you. I could make a^ lot of money by  letting you alone, and I'm going to do  it for nothing, or, to he, exact, I'm  going to do It for Elsie Miller. You'll  go scot free, Blair, you black hearted,  lying brute!"  Blair suddenly rose to his feet He  Bcemed to bo Impossibly tall as he stood  there with raised shoulders and clinched hands, staring down at Elmendorf.  "Do you mean to say that you have  not come here to take me?" ho demanded.  "That's what I mean," said Elmendorf. "You can go where you please,  and-you'd better go as fast as you can,  for Aldon may be hero at any moment  Perhaps you have observed certain  physical peculiarities of Mr. Alden? I  seem to hear your bones crack, Blair, ,  in his hands." i  Blair   gave   utterance  to   a  oath.  vdli in  ^|KE document appeared  to  possess the  power  of a   spell,   for   while  Alden   held   it   In   his  hands   he   hunrd   one  heavy  blow  upon  the  door,  and  then  Neale  strode into the room.  "What's this?'*   he  dema'tidcd.     "HI  mendorf, didn't  I  tell  you  to  let this  man alone?",  "I'll let him alone now, captain." said  Elmendorf. "You can bury him. Aud  see tliat you bury everything else too.  This whole case is on the q.uiet. I can  steer things at headquarters with a little money, Mr. Alden, and .loo 'Neale  must take care of the precinct. This  is a mysterious suicide, Neale; due  probably to financial trouble or ill  he.-.ltb. It has no relation to tbe case  of Miss Miller."  "Since when did I take orders from  you?" cried Neale.  "Since I got bold of this," replied Elmendorf, showing, the partnership  agreement. "I know the whole game,  Neale, aud you can't stand it Just  now."  "That's off anyhow," said Neale, with  deep     bitterness.    "Duncan    Mac-lane  was  too smart.     He has got the  Holbein company's option himself, for tbe  gent who was to have been his sou-in-  law, of courso."  And he bowed grotesquely to Alden.  "Machine sinellcd a rat after beJuid  given up to Blair."- bo continued, "and  so  he  stepped   in  ahead   of us.     And  now,   EhiK'tidorf.   I'm   willing   to   call  this thing a draw on your terms.    I'll  attend to matters here strictly on the  '    Don't  Be- Too  Kvnct,  Don't bo forever setting people right.  There Is a household fiend with a memory for dates and details who can never sit still and, hear papa say  that  he  went down town on Monday at S without 'corrt-cting the statement with the  remark that the hour, was half past   If  uid ! mamma   happens  to allude  to  Cousin  j Jenny's  visit  as  having-occurred   Inst  Thursday, this wasplikn Impersonation  of accuracy Interposes with the state-  ' ment that it was Friday, not Thursday.  1 which brought Cousin .lane,  j     A   dozen .limes  a   day  exasperating  frictions  aro  enured   by   needless  cor-  j rections of this sort, referring,to mat-  ] tors where* exactness is not  really ini-  ' perativo, the affair'- in question  being  | unimportant and no, violation of truth  being for an instant intofided.  Vhe old people especially appreciate  the effectiveness of Dr. Chase's IC}d-  ney-Y.Jver Pills, - because the kidneys  are usually, the first of the bodily organs to give out, and the result la  backache, lumbago, pains In the side  and Jinib.s, urinary dlsoreds and consumption.  Old people lenrn to trunt in Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, for when  all other trr-atmi-nt** fall this greot  medicine seems to'go directly to the  diseased part, and promptly afford.;  relief   and  cure.    , F-^'^siga  not  turn  over In i���-j   , ba ,  &$m$&  u^d up.   r nnii (*;;;,nP*^;ifglll  Mr. David Misener, farmer, in*, oh]  and respected resident of Port Robinson, Wellaml county. Ont.,  "I wish to state to you that I ��� had  pain in my back and left side for  over twenty years.   "At tltngs I could  times   the   ur.n ,���  so   ba'I   thru   I   -v. i  live   or  tdx   tlm i  Fortunately,      j  Chase's   Ki.i;...y j,;.  euro-*   rue cotriplet"  years old and qui;/.  occasionally   hm.   j,  my system In rood 'id  ' sous   to   whi;m   1   ...v.  i J Jr.   Chase'*'   K '<'< y-j i  I been  equally   ... n'tp.-i'  writes: i ���   Dr   Chase's  i.i'>v'-i  comfort   of  old   ny. " ,v  t^,> rents a  hox,  manson,   Bates  xj^^^j^z^^  The Fat Man und the Pickpocket.  "L'at men ought to be more careful  in a crowd." said a New lrork detective  the  other day.     "Pickpockets   always  j Iind them easy  marks-, and fully  two-  j thirds of the complaints made of having pockets  picked  come from  fleshy  men.   Your skillful pickpocket is a stu-  I dent of human nature.   lie doesn't like  i to foo! around nervous persons.    They  are'apt to get suspicious If they  feel  some one tapping them on the pocket  But your fat man feels,, so abundantly  able to take care of himself that he  "What's this/" he damnidcd. rushes into a crowd and pay., no atten-  In the gentlest way let her know that ' iiou *-�� ^--t^ things. His flesh makes  ber secret had come into his keeping nim apathetic, and an expert thief can  and that he had forgotten it again.1 'lift, his leather' with just about-half  Then be told her that she^was free, i tIie trouble he could do the job for "a  but not with any words to picture the* ' -llin man-  horror of the last scene. The man bad ��� "Filt nien ire always losing their  died by his own hand, as It was best , watches too. They don't like to button  he should. ' j up their coats, oven in cold weather,  "But still this story, Clarence���think ' niu]   a  shining   watch   fob   suspended  of it!"  6he said.   "It  is  bound  to  be' over plenty of flesh gives a thief a cuo  Nut �� penujilown. ai.np!. dropaeipeftj  card wiih yon r, .inme and Hii.";e.,___.j. in.feL  ward you m ,ooca ou�� of my lste.t IspvM  niffhKrnrt^ Klectrlc Ur.lu Yon can a*e it three moot lis. tli'an Par moitcnr^ r'ip  price will ho only half .rluit other* ask for tboir Inferior bolt. If oi core. fiaxE  retun. the Hi-It to me at.ny cipenso and YOU." WVHO WiLI. Dh''lDK I _x r^g  lo trust ju,i oiitiroly, "...f.wliitf that I ha to the. best ulid mn,i r,��.-f.,-( i. .i ,...a,..-?>.$  lo-Jay. at.d niuo run* in l,<u niwayi pay when ���.���mctl.  iss  isicim rie.-fo'jtB ��i u-r.int'itajss^,  Ss.-.S-B  *-'i"#a  it  .** "l(,<i*fu '.".It is lho most jierfBcl ��nd CDBipta'. ,v8.' invonii*d  Pns&iof RhotinuitiMn   \arlco,-��lo. ludTK'f*,tiOii. Lumb��K(i,  V. ��,,,.   BaeV   K'dn-i Lit,'  ���iod    Stomach U.i.n>li.inK I.o.i*.. nu.i tl,o,o s^.kuajsei caasod b* ai>-,.*n>-~"   '  will niuo sood absolotely ,  i lu CL1 IS.' ;r~'-jg$M  ^"{p^eibe;  A hd/nuifQl .Militated Mcnticsl liook whicli -hool.i '��������� ���-. ,-j ,,. -���, ,  will bo -out froi< 50,ilod Hi piniii wrnpiior, nil cliirK0.s,j.r��ri.7,iJ U i- (r<"<~>imfc  .or tr,e��,l_i. cr     linti't i.d^leot this ���;*,��� ondld optiortum tv '.^ >..- v you* li.-e'i',  Write to dr.)  OR. J. (B. INAGOORIALO  JtiaHli-'.'^M  --?i*-i3S  told."  "My child," eald he gently, "if you  are my wife iind are received by tbo  Ma clan es and a few other people  whom I know"���  "Including     the     Kendalls,"  ���uiciiud.      __rv,i.i i  lurjueL  tliem.  "No," said tbe doctor  do  at  all.   Why,   a  dozen  years   ago,  when  the phrase  'the   Four  Hundred'  he is not slow to take."  said  A   Royal   Fowl.  In England under an old law still in  force the swan is a royal fowl, as  whalos and sturgeons are royal fish.  All swans tho property whereof is not  that wouldn't otherwise definable, when ,within the  British dominions belong to the crown  by  virtue  of  this  prerogative.   When  >o:iie !.,.'ii  lio I is', while  clu.sions-  ���to  mu l-i i.//  aeitx mi's I ' .,���*?&&:tffi  - - - - ^.^i^  ,:7#  2302 St. Cathen��j��.\';i  St.,   Montreal, fa^.ftl  SR&SS'g-3SS^g2S3g^^  :0M  Still'.}  oiheis   :  l)V  tl.e.r  I ..V   th.  n \ ic-  uilnard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc  "hi  ere   is   i-rrlanih-' _ ci i.u   5,  Ktieiit   nil   tli" road   to   ni.n   I o  in   ,-.\ii'!!enl   repair.  in.mi  I ('i'ii  Of ��!i v.,:  Cm..  a;  terrible    ^uiet' anfJ J"ou t!-kp cnre of i'onr own  I end of it as well as you' can.    Is it a  Do you know what I have done?" ,  was first heard, an old dowager of my swans are lawfully taken into the pos-  trlbo protested against it. 'I-'-ni- bun- session of a private person, such person  dred Indeed!' cried she. 'Wbv, there may be said to havo a property in  are more than 400 Kendalls!' So '-them, but if they be at liberlv thev be-  there's   the   size  of  your   clau,   little   long to  the  crown  he cried in a voice that sent a chill to  Elmendorfs heart.    "Look here.'" I  He lifted (he small bottle and then  dashed it down to shivers. .       j  "I'm done for!    I'vo taken euougb of ,  that  to   kill   three   men.     No  electric  chairs for me.   And now���I might have '  lived!    I might have gone abroad.    I '  could  have had  money���found  a' new  life; but I'm a dead man." |  He had wrenched open the door of a  locker upon tho wall, but at, the last  words he turned to launch a frightful  curse at Elmendorf. I  "I may still save myself," ho babbled, and there was a rattling of bottles In the cupboard. "This is It.  Great heavens! There Is hardly enough.  Briug mo..that water.", i  EIiriendorf started to comply, but his  speed did not equal Blair's impatience,  and tho latter sprang forward so that  they came together. There was a  tinkling of glass upon the floor.  'Blair sprang- back, his face dripping  and ghastly red with tbe poison.    ,  "It's all I have!" be cried. "It's my  last chance!   And you���yon did it!"  With Incredible strength and suddenness he seized a heavy paperweight  from the table and aimed a fearful  blow at Elmendorf. The detective reeled for an Instant and then Tell face  downward upon, the floor, where be lay-  perfectly still.  Blair glanced at him once, then rushed to a mirror near the window and  sUred at bis own livid face.  "There .winy be time!" he gasped, one  hand clutching his brdast. "If I can  get to a drug store"���  He seized his bat Instinctively nnd  rushed to the door, through which he  passed into the hall.  "Dr. Blair," said a remembered voire,  ���^I must speak  with you.    Come  with me.    Where is Elmendorf?  vou seen him ."  Ki-atitic,   he   tried   to   sliake   off   the.  ad  all  "It -Is." replied the detectPy/e. "As  soon as I get my head patched up I'll  go down to headtludrters and g^.a Kob-  inson out or start things moving that  way.    And you, Mr. AldenV"  "1 aniAjoiug back to St. Winifred's."  was the reply.  V\'lion Alden reached the hospital, lie  went at once to Kendall's room, from  which place he sent word of his arrival. Both tho doctor and Brenda  presently joined him.  "I think the danger Is all over," said  Kendall, taking AJdeu's bund. "This  last attack of falntnoss was to he expected; but I do not look for any recurrence. But how Is It 'with you?  Something serious lias happened?"  ������Alder.' told them .simply, and directly  ���just what had occurred,  "She is free, then?" exclaimed Brenda.,   ��� ,���    ��� ���, '���������:���.���  "Yes, and partly by my band," ho replied. "Brenda, I am glad of .ltd lam  glad to have been concerned in that  man's death. Para more than half a  savage.* From the first instant, when  I learned, that Elsie had been struck  down, 1 had scarcely more than one  Idea, ono passion���the desire for vengeance. T wanted fo kill with my own  hands the man who had' done this'  thing. All softer feelings were,swallowed up In that one desire."  "It produced a singular effect," said  Kendall, with a shudder.   ,  "You mean that I seemed to be guilty  of this crime?" said Alden calmly.  "Well, thero was murder in my  heart  at   the   time,   j'ou   see,  and   I   cannot 'c rae-   T1'e 'front ofiice' expressed regret-  blame any who  misjudged  me.     And     * don't know why."  girl."  "So only love matters," said Alden,  still upon bis knees. "Is not that  true?" j  Elsie was silent for a moment. Then  ehe suddenly  opened    the  hand    that'  Alden    wasn't    holding    and    showed j  hun something which had been clasped !  In it. |  "Do you recognize It?" she eaid. '  "I've kept it all the time." |  "My .message that I sent the first '  night you were here," be exclaimed, I  taking it. j  "The mysterious message!" said  Brenda. i  "You may read it If you like," said  Alden, giving her the paper. "Elsie is  willing." j  "Wait!" cried Elsie. "You may rt  It if you will give It to Dr. Kend  afterward."  "That will be no more than ordinary  politeness," said Breuda. glancing at  the paper; "only three wor.tls���'I love  you."'.  And,she put the little missive Into  ���Kendall's hand.  ���   * '       ''������'      ���  ."*.   ���    ������ ��� '���  Tho nrrangemenfs of, Cnpfaln Neale  and Detective Elmendorf accomplished  a beautifully complete suppression of  tbe news'In the case, and the hitter received the sincere thanks of Alden,  who spoke for all others concerned.  ���Thero.might have been other considerations than mere thanks; but, In tho  detective's opinion, the time was not  ripe for corruption. j  About a week later Alden was surprised to meet Elmendorf in a car of  the elevated road dressed iu a patrolman's uniform.  "Back to the ranks,"-said' Elmendorf  gloomily.   "Neale's pull has finally got  Formerly it was  necessary for persons who wished to  keep those "royal fowls" to obtain n  swan mark, which was granted by the  crown and which could not be legally  impressed without grant or prescription.  hie  -I  "Irrr-r.  -   l!  i'-.l   :  <r  mr  ri-  (1 ���  .*  tint i*  n<  * Is  as  tii  ���  tiger  f oi  a-  i "f  1  ion-*  .ii  d  -  ...  LACY AGENTS WANgf  f^Syir'\ *__jj*-iy~  fPtti.dUL-WSRMY  8*.* Sel.h.2 Slclrt Support* iiiiWrtMfej^  It is no compliment If a friend comes  fifty miles to your wedding, but it it? a  great tribute if he comes five miles to  vour funeral.   An   Art tut   to   IJe   Envied.  We know of nu one more to be envied  at the time ihnndi well dres.-ed cutter  on a fashionable promenade walking  behind a stylish, artistic, right fitting  coat that he cut gloriously jmd beautifully adorning tlie back of a well  formed man.  nurd   to   (osi'-ii  r  paVed   in i!:c  tr.:!  phiiiit.-, tlu* tr;ii:ii:i-- <,f a ii;_*i- is at. tbo  break":ig in of a \itf'.i;s boai-ho'ind to  the first h-s.-ons in etiquette of a chubby Newfoutidif.i! p::;:j'.;.'. J.,7on the  mn-l exju'i-l \w\'A ::-:;ia-| li.-.i'ii.-r.-- balk  at an ;iM.iuini'*!it lo "lu-c/ilv ' n tiger.  Not more than one in ten professional i  lion trainers ha*1 tiie nerve tn try Ids  hand at tbe great, ferocious, 'striped  cats.  'As a matter of fact, there is no such  thing us a "l-inn-d tiger."   Few and far  betwoeu {here are instances whore the i  animals   are   shown   as   1 ruined   and j  broken   in,   but   the  friendship   of  the  animal  for the trainer who may  have ;  at   the  iu ii ��.'rfet   Go-*1 "^fe's^l  MB PI-   f��J   *ra'Sl%>!  i ��rar tntrixIiKe^t    5^-111  !      Srnd .'^ "nt. lo�� ,, ...  : BRUSH &  ~n., Uept, W. TOR��|  THE HO��"'  HOC! ii!��mi-||  Demands Sound Hcrso.Or..'  ���-���'--���"-���fl  -  Tai=��F  Lame lior^r. -.y,l .-.- lr  aje LeiUicr ur>.,rji  whip.  Would   C.ivc   ���(   Away.  The Doctor���You have a bad cold,  Mr. Jlggs. I'll give you some pills for  it. ���'  Jlggs���Oh, never mind, doctor,  cati    have   it   for    nothing.  You  hack  Havo  now, Brenda," he said, drawing himself up and clinching his wbite and delicate hands that gave so little hint of  their enormous strength, "I am glnd  that I can go to her and tell her tliat  he Is dead; that that dreadful nightmare of the past need not hang over  her; that all these horrors"���  "Resign," said Alden. "I wnnt yon  with mc My deal has gone through iu  great shape. I can put you in the way  of making money."  "Nobody can do that," said Elmendorf:    "I wasn't born for it."  , Allien did not reply in words, but he  fastened   a  grip   on   Elmendorfs  arm  befriended it for years Iimiu's  end of the man's1 bind. Kiml.i  From the day the acquaintance is  made to the day man and beast are J  separated there is a sl'-nilhy warfare!  "between (hem. the catlike slyness of!  the ponderous brute directed toward ]  the. one aim of killing the man and the j  vigilance of the master ever alert to \  frustrate   that   plan.; ���  Kin fiery.  '���'The flatlerer is'all. right.',' paid the  ofiice ������pliiiosopbi.'i'.    "While no  Hews a word,!'  to." ��� '7  Is c-iiy.   .*-!-<���  ..--io'  ���c<NrfT  Safes?  fltENDALLSt]  SPAVIN CURL  ay:  on'o. be-  ,i'very one waiif.-*  :??*&i  '��� *  , , SATISFIKJi-AK/l (idKI-d  ; When sales are large 'ami increiis-  !'_>*. When customers are satisfied id  Luc extent, .of-coin.inning |,n. f,.yv: the  sai.ni retnctly, then ir'mi,^, |)0 ruiniit.-  ted- that, the remedy bus real nicrit.  '������'������.VSyUwii *TabletH occiipv (his  viable (losition. ' .M(,t,|i,.r.s J '  ������������iod I hern; seldom f;  Lho. order���-im ol.lioi  i*eii can Lriil.v claim na much.  f.criiing IheHablols Mr    f  w!H work a p^tmir..n! curr f��t **.'(r'T"1,.'fiiS*^  Bpllntil. OurUii, .'r.. ' 1 " ' ^..t>V.Js  Ii c'irei<!i.**i,ini!��ofeis". '   ;,',1     f**!  ���i tlioor.orollonliik- an.if -..-.������*��"���        ^Jjfe  Curod two Bono Spavins ot Ten Yei's.'  Dr, n. J. K'rn''.]!l Cn .  ��������   ;    "    -    ,,   .  mr.t j-o'ir l.f  11 ill * ���- !'���'*'! *   '' ,       1(   (  Bono flnnv-iia. .n !���' ������'���    '', ,    , l>f  SimvIli lu.I l.fon un liim  ''"���'./11 v<-  yirirv' Hninliri;.    I lin"  injured I.-" '-"������������   ,'f.lli-.n��lllrr.���;!|:.  '-"i--'-'"   U^< >>  her.ccinipfeie trs.nniriit ��y'i !'���-'.*', mn J  ��� mil matt copy "fymir " i'';'������'' ".uk^^i  DJici-es."        Youn xrry i��ii.y.. J  Trioo Jit ��!l Tor 10. A'd'f 1,Vs  Ie Im no equal. iAik vyy ','.:,����� |_i ��j, y  BpftVln Curo,-I*o "AT"'-"*- fe  th. boclc free, or -(Wren ...ffiSk-'''  OR. B.J. KENDAU CO.. EnosburjfM^  ei i ���  i.Vinf.',' once  un   to ' fliiplicute  remedy  for cliihl-  Con-  i*.   v.  W.   Strad-  i'liairis-  Baby'.s     Own  '   large sale,' and  every  i'lireluiser   i.s   inoi-(  ust:   them     for  found   them  them."  Ihtliy's  digestion  ''7 fy'oneral   dealer),: North  Wil  '���J'-'i-g.   Ont.,   writes  T.'iblets have  ' linn, siil.isfici!.   Wc  our   baby     and      have  hi cl.i'niori      for  i\i''ti huiy;'h ul > i'1-"  cry over i t, or nt '''  way  thoy;  usual!',   a1''  ''/The    -'si ;,! 11 d i! '���;','       I in1'  '���:p:a.ls    thill.'   (if   the   k  ' ������; ".   and ' is   .nearly  the   liiiite'd   Stnte.s.  td  r  Oh I  and   inisc  'hiite-l  .Mock  nioilcsly  mask of  virtue.  a I  'My friend," eaid Brenda, checking    that couldn't have been loosened wlth-  Loo���Anything   new   in   tlm   ITInno  burglary case?  neu-c.ivc Monk-Well, wo'vo got tbo  oopard  spotted,  aiid  we'll soon  have  tJ'o zebra j,, Htripes.-fjlevcland  Plain   I  Dealer,  1.1 in t,  Own Tablets- ci  in,  the minor ���  in  ma ii  I he  race  of  who   coines  |li ,  ���H^/rf  **,   r  ��� hit' coljc,   in- |     Mii-ke all   the  fri'''1''  . corisLipaLihn,      diarrhocn, | be  charv  ol*  inakiii'i  '  .-iinrile   lovers   arid   all  "f     V,UU"     one.-*        They   make     bah  briglif.  to   the  Willi  be  iox    hv  at-Li vi  ills J  c and  hafipy   arid  a     joy  >��>"ie.    Hold   hy   druggists  '  sent   hy   int, |  writing   Lho  Medicine   (Jo  or  l.(l\-|>   is  |Jio\v   swee  ' n s to nil.  like  .   If  ;.'!���:-  I i i i- r i  at.  .fir,  Brockvilie,  -i;i   cents    a  Williams'  Ont.  ���A|  iicv1  ju-eferrr'd  r risks  for  e.rcdiioi-   is  his  iii''",,y-  ^ISP^ ��� t - ���  I ' ^  /, *.V-,S*.��'JJL  -t^SlifHE  MOYIE LEADER.  "(���'���:     .-..-;&-���.elf*''.    THE TIBER'S TREASURES.  Tlio.ie Which 1  1 <*!-��<,L  to  ST*"'  a^ba' !>'  .-J/I  he, w  a ii  find  fifei.  H5*  >cs <  iiitl'u  icSM-dcc."*."    i-   a  ;,,r    tl.i/ivs    i't     hi'ii'ei  ���',   lo   net   ma: lied   bill  ��� i i   loohsii   enough   to  ouqu.-t  I    Win,'  cannot  accept,  .'     Wufl  of the  <.m :L\'a-  ��  a  neys;  treats  PILLS.  i, i  ���unp-  7-i*  st*.  '^i  -if.  .*."���.���. - IC,    If"-'.'.--.  <"*.   CO  -  Last     N'oteiiiber     ir.y  ii.nl   in  bis  Knee ciiisii.;.  mi   sc\ ere     that   I   was  a   take  Iijn  to "Montreal and  limb  anijiuiatcd   to s..>. o bis  ,'l t mi,   '. <<���  .rjiAKi'*-'  I'll,-  , k  a  1 t 1   *)!  us   to  trv  MIN-  i ���  winch   we     d'.d.  '.f-   my  child   wa.-  feel  so  grateful   th.it  testimonial,   that my  'be'  of     bono, it     I o  LOUIS   G A ON IEH.  f  .,   man- knows  will   sonietiii.i-s  hook,   mikI   fietj'ui'iil ly     wliiiiL  ���-.   In,'   knows   would   make    ail  hr.irv.  vi  litfi  l'uu,���l Lend In-  I>iU(ij;ii,��  S<-.i��<r..e.  we  ir.ay   ludgo  ]>y tiu.  paM      the  forthcoming    dredging    OI   ,������,  'Tibf,r  ���r    .    .>t0     ^,'1(J    !*��"-     si-iim.ka'jle  finds. A    long    time  ,ig,,  fjioposed to divert tin- Mii-am  'i'.er abo\e Rome, ,s-��� f | .lt  tions mig-Iit he made n, ,}���. ,u(I1j UI)fJ  ���-June, and also in the --obd eaith  that underlie;, the present channel.  That idea was abandon, rl as too  elaborate and expenshe, hut jn.BTy  un effort was made to gi*w. to the  stream a uniform, depth 0f nine feet  'Ihe drodging involved in this bai 0,]y  penetrated more than three feet |)(d  1��)W the bottom: Jt did not toucn  lho lower strata. KoverthJe-a an  enormous numbor , of unticims vrore  di-interred. Few of those dated  hack to classical times. Coins were  discovered at the rate of l-i,Of>0 pet-  annum, but nearly all belong to the  last ,two centurici. Some tliousands  of ,wt apons were also reco*.ei"<j, ihe  'Vi*-ness(ts to the revolutions and political    outbreaks     of    the  lasL    few  Tl-f   ���.,,-���  CURED BIS  BRIGHT'S DISEASE  Former    President   of   Bricklayer's,, Union used Dodd's Kid-  ne3'   Pills.  nli), I   ..  I.tieu-. County \  JT*iiuiU  .)    Chi'iicy  inuki'S 'i.ali  'fcj-��dnii-ii    |. ittnc-r    ol      tl-e      firm  -i*i.Chcru'.*.   a.   Co .  Homjj; liiis-iiifss  m   lleCit\  "of   Toll'..),    ''i.unls    ami   Stole   ii foie.-..i id  tint  ho  of   F  ���i  HI     Kill     I'HV     I hi'    *>il!|i    ol  jKH,.LAI,..S  Tor cull and  ���t   t'nt,] i ih   ili.i't   c.uinot  ll*-!.- _    Ol      il.'.il's      I    I't.tl I'll  i-'I:.\nk��� .). i'iii-:M-:y  "|i>ji_    an     iii.il   i-ins. libt-d    ii  tins   rirli'd.iv    n.'   'hei-onihr'i  <��� r" "and   th.' i   ncc   <  f ��&PKV'  1" M'-m'-l*  * "-iv.be   cur til    !>y    the  J%*,<S;'S������'���'',' ' lo  f-^my \y-;���;;< <  ���>       ^A. I'   i *'���*''���  . '^J^-.Ittll'*.  ('at.'irr)i  (-i.if i.s  '/'���^li^j'aTid   i<:'-.   diri'dly   i.n   l'nu   Iitr'iod   nad  ���wy-.S' fiou.i 1-1:1 fares 01  ihe .sy:-,f"in    Si-ad  for  ^^^thoorii..),.   ficv.   ,  -ijrt-      I'"    ���'-   flll^NKV   -1.  CO,,   Toledo,  %2&S'iM   1-v   nil   tl.-n;  revolt  of  181*I  wars    su[iplied  (;i.::as:;.v.  ���*.. l.u.v   Polilir  l.d.i.'i!  _nl<-i iiall.v  1:111-  c-s-  O  -���.r'4'nui!-  11:  TJiir-  'l-ll-  .^t-ll e  71 �����!fi---iT3il.'-..,  f-'<umtv   l'iU%  is,    .  uie  ihe   Ik'M  does not consist in never  .���Iuiidi-iis,' but. in neve.' mak-  iiiiic tine ;*.  second   lime.  ��3&  droptiieiftrt  wstodl irili'-l  l,stejt-l��iptM|i  f cn'red, i..3ik  illl'l    11c  in  ( :k��.  I*,-   ) eii  ti* l-rt    hi  of oilier  1 mi'.i il   nij  it,   v.. i.t Id  irrer.iMi'e  *.viU   I c    <i  <:y.   lor   nil  ���   '.'c; \-    ii,*.-  Mi'-ri   1h.1i  iizitl   diiti.r.'nt l\  the   -\ s> i ni   (.f  r< In-* e   i). 0   i!'  lho   ot'i. r     \'..'  yer  ; ;m  .*->'*  il.j;  in      tuiii'iiiie    Wii..-.  in  v;i>iui.  kinudiiiVi-rn !��� d  *  fm   nidiiv  .;iid t*.iii-%r>i -;   ii '  ���    .  |.d     lij'i.CO.lS    US.'    I'll'   H'  te   l.d    ieijO   comnlr.'i'cna-  I -,    ! he   iM.'.iii-iK-e   v Is.t. 1  ti.i 1 i:i e's   ou 11    restoi..!'.  tl-e    .ii noi-iii"   s,;)iti!.-   o      a   < h.���-.mc      .*-! at,'   o."  ho  1.1 '-*  K.'  l.dt  ,-i:i('  :i m  ll  XCDrB-fiMsl ^AiKP***,v--' ���' '���    '-'     '���',-1    ;';7*    '*'    !"J '**M 7'���    !    ���"  I-*   l        ^S i-^Kfls   .1   .''-��� '.-���     and    l.v    tnui.riih/.i:        u..  a#     WW'1-''        *'   !"   ���s',;"!   "�����'���   "���'������!������ h:n  la.*.haC��iS ,i���   j��j.8lt" ,   .'"**   ' i'-or   Ki   tli-   ,'.i'l,u;i ol th  -���'  m **.   * %*J*^3' " ��� '*���   '        l"'i' -   *fHa.uloiC"i.     c i-iwr*  :���''''"���'��� ���'.'"'."'���' M O,  iihl'". '          C.          '.     I-'*.           1' If'll  .Tl.: !���   11 '      ill-  I                      K lV    J^Bci-y,"                  '    .-'     ���'  '!��'.."-     Ol     Ih-    *-.�����!, Ill  {.". r. * vftA*?,(' '��� '   '    *'     '' l ''*'������*   11    ii'U;:'i ���!".    r"-  t will c-n _jE7'  K!dn��;, Uniy,  ��so<iti:(iil '"  **4#��'  - *<- Vuit  V^tf;d  ����*h<-.  -1        ���!' 1 en .T1.: 1  a*   tie  1 !�����..<���     c>l     ill-  *��� ���'������i, in  i.'tv    tl     IliUi!  'i-i".    r-  I lu*   frame   ; iv  -.   _���. ���. 111 ���  ' .i| i-iiiis     \\ I-,,.  -ii   ci I'i  >���<!   su'j'.f'.Ul'(*  - -'i,Ul'  'mii'Uii'oi.   1*^  l.Vi.n-ii  ' '     W ! 110    .11    1 '  '.'    1.S1I  1  '.i*    "to,   0: :.i  'i.* -     .j  * ,.- ��� 1 ..'i*'' -"  11:1* r.-.,*  iiiinflreti years. The  antl the Napoleonic  tbe major ily of thorn  On only  two occasions has the Tiber  keen   -.forced     to   a  depth   of   over  ��� '0 feet���onco    in    constructing      the  Ponto ('aribaldi,   and  once in   repairing the Ponfe   Sisto.     The    excavations mado-,at   these  times  were <*on-  finntl   to  a  very  small   area," but they  brought  to  light   an  ononnous  mass  of     archaeological     material.       The  treasures    cominised    coin'*,   m.*daH  sculptures,   broaxes,  brass  work.     in-  f-trrllx-d   stones  and   gems,    specimens  of,,pottery,  nnd also marbles.   Among  th'e layt was a fine statue  jn  perfect  condition    except    for the loss nf its  nrm.    Xone of these obi"c*s iind suffered   much   from   their  'entombment,  which     tarlcd    from   l.."ni)   to' 1,^*00  yeirs.     Iron  alone  is rusted   and  fin-  nlly  eaten' away    by   the   action     of  wa'er,    it3 ' elTect    on   niiuble   being  mainly    to    impart    a dee;,   reddish-  hrown  tinge.     Otherwise   I-\'<hr;r Tih-,  1 r  i.s   a  first-rate  curator.     Tie  dealt  gently   with   the  treasures  committed  to  his care,   wa'shing  away  the lighter ones, no donht, but, so  it'is supposed,   not   mo*, ing* the  heavier    objects,  such  as' marbles and statuary,  more  than'   fourteen  or  fifteen yards  in   a  eo'itury.       A   systematic  dredging may easily bear out all the talcs'  that  ha-e   been   told   in  Rome  about  Lho    ]\ridiih-    Ages    of    tho     fabulous  wealth   that'has   been  cast   into    his  yellow  waterB.���London  Chronicle-  ���  Andrew McCormick, of Toronto, Tolls ot  J* Cure for the moat dreaded of all  l.liiragex.  Toronto, July 8.���(Special)���In  these days when the dreaded r.right's  Disease seems Lo he selecting its victims at will the report of an authenticated euro i.s received with relief by  all classes of the' community And  such a report comes from Andrew  McConnick, of 243 Spadina avenue,  this city  That __fr YIcCoi rinck is well-known  and highly respected, is evidenced by  the fact that'lie has held high oilieeH  in several iraternal socio! ie*-. and  was for several  the Uriel-layers' union,  regarding ihe cure, Mr-  says ���  "1 suffered with an attack of  Bright's Disease and naturally was  much troubled concerning u I heard  of the wonderful cures effected hy  Dodd's Kidney Pills and concluded 10  try them. The result was so satisfactory Lhat it gives me pleasure to  recommend  them."  > Mako and keep the Kidneys sound  by, using "Dodd's Kidney Pills and  there can bo no Bright's  Disease.  years President of  Interviewed  McCormick  I'he   first,  equestrian   stului  London" was  of  Charles  J  Whitehall  in  J 678.  erected  erected  A wine-cask has just, been built, in  hold .'7,000 gallons, Its iron hops  weigh -in,000 pounds.  'flu:   b-isohV.il  hero.  Short-sighted  close observers.  umpire .is     his   oft 11  men      are   natural'v  AFTER OTHER-HELP FAILED  Heckling Public'SpenIters.  John Morley tells with* amusement  of ��. heckling of bis own. When he  went to contest Montrose Burghs in  ISO;*; he found that the electors had  boon well supplied with his volume,  D'i "Compromise." At almost bis  first meeting a dour Scot rose to  at,k, "Am I to understand that the  candidate is the author of a book, on  Oompromise?"  Mr. Idorloy confessed thnt the poor  tiling  was   his  own.  "Then what T want to know," continued his interrogator, "is how you  reconcile tbat book with going up  and down tbe country calling yourself Honest John!"  That     situation     must  have     been (which  somewhat embarrassing to tho canrii-   dttioii  date,   but  extrication   from     it     was  simplicity   itself compared     with  the  plight    of a man of whom   Abraham  Dr. "Williams' 1'inl.  IMHh Kostore a Young  I..uly   to I'ull Ilo'UtU und   Strength.  Doctors and nurses .recommend Dr.  Williams' Pink l'ilis' because they  have .seen their wonderful power to  make new, rich, rod blood, and ��� �����  cure all diseases due Lo poor blood  blood or weak nerves: Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills are not a common medicine.- They do not purge and weaken.  They contain no poisonous drugs.  They are safe, sure,'simple,'stimulating ,incl seientilic. That is why these  pills should 'be taken by all who ar.-'  weak, bloodless, nerveless and sickly.  Here is' a. bit of, very positive proof  of the wonderful power 'fo conquer  disease which Dr. "Williams' Pink  Pills possess : Miss Esther E. L.ewis.  .Lynn, X.S., says :���"At the age. of  sixteen my health failed me completely. At that time 1' was attacked 'by la grippe, which was followed  by measles, from the after elleets oi  I was loft ia a deplorable coa-  I became very pale, siifTcr. d  Jitotn he.idaches, dizziness, want of  appetite.    I  Lried several     medicines,  NEWFOUNDLAND WRECK  r-   r-j r\  The Bounty That tit Cli'Sieil   Kroni  :*.  Barren   Sliort*.  In bygone times it was the practice  ef. the Newfoundland coast folk to appropriate everything they secured, but  this lawlessness had to be sternly repressed. Now the unwritten rule is  that they get "half their bund," or .*"���".  per cent, as salvage. In portahl'_- and  valuable articles, such as silverware,  there is still a slrong tenr taiion to  keep tbe -whole, but the punisbniout __���  severe. ' Champagne, liquors, c.ib.n  stores and the' like lnne also a tiic:.  of disappearing, and in the poorest  fisher's cottage you will come upon  rare china, dainty napery, silverware  of price aud wines to tempt an epicure. .The salvors are reckless and unthinking, and as they gather in hundreds every man pre-empts what he  can. In the rush there is much destroyed. When the Iteider was lost  in 1SS2 they burned whalebone worth  $113,000 a ton to save leather costing  20 cents a pound. In the Emincjiue  wreck of IfiOo they trampled crates of  costly glassware to get at fotu cases  of French prayer .books valued at 1_"3  cents-* apiece. On one occasion two  salvors had got ashore a phi no and  were adopting the Solomon-like expedient of sawing it in half . when a  shrewder chum bought it from them  for a bottle of whisky looted from the  captain's est hi 1. When the Grasbrook  went ashore in 1800 every man on the  shore provided hiibself witlra German  concertina, of which iiistrunieiris of  torture she had a largo consignment,'  and to secure them packages of much  more costly freight .were thrown over-  hoard. \vi.en thei Orion, from Piilti;  more for Copenhagen, struck the back  of Cape .Race and went to pieces she  had a large consignment of bicycles  on board, and they were auctioned in  St. John's i;nd disposed.of all over the  island. Thc Abbeyuiore's lading in  iSOS included some cases of splendid  English rifles for Canada, and these  are now to be seen adorning every  fishei-js' cottage along the shore.���P. T.  -.IcGralh in McClure's.  but they did me no good; on the cun-  ITayward tells. Falkirk Burghs was ; trary I was growing weaker and-fin-  tho seat contested, and the following ia*]y became so bad that 1 would rake  is   the   record   of  questions     and    an- 'SJ,e]l_, 0f unconsciousness lasting from  Tiflcci*.,minutes  to  an  hour at a time,  and  1 had  become so     weak that'    f  'could   hardly     move   about.    At   this  stage 1   was advised   to   trv  Dr.  VV'I-  swrrs: 1  "Will ".fr. "Mqrry vote for alterations  of  the   Decalogue?"  ___V.rrv (aside to treacherous friend)  --"What the  's that?"  Friend���'���".���'logging in the army."  Merry���"I bog to say, if elected, I  will veto, and, indeed, 1 will move,  for its total and immediate abolition!"  (-nod  < nlf Cm o.  Tho calf should be cleaned ut onco  after thc birth by careful rubbing  with dry cloth or dry straw, as tb-.  calf ivspires  only   through  Lho skin.  The calf should' be protected  against dampness and draft. It  should have Lhe milk in sm ill portions and ns often as the cows are  milko'l, as only then we got thc full  bencliL of tlie 111 ilk.  X'e-w milk should be fed exclusively  the first fourteen, to twenty days.  Tlie, calf should have part new, parL  si.irn, milk from about the twen-  ��� tietl. to tho fiftieth day. .Feed skim  milk or .other similar liquid food till  nt least throe months old and u'tcr  that as long as can  he afforded.  Clve tho miik at blood licit, but  f hi dsliould, new as wvll ns skim, be  first heated to 170 degrees. Thc calf  should luce oatmeal cruel and t.uotl  fine liny at the timo when feeding  skim milk commences.  Use clean pails. Unclennliness may  cau.'O deathly sickness. Tbo call  should ho made to drink the milk  slowly In order not to disturb Lho  digestion.  hums' Pink Pills, and 1 have good  reason to bless the day I began their  use. I had only taken them a few-  weeks when I began Lo recover, and  under Lheir con Li 11 tied use for some-  Lime longer'1 fully regained my former good health. 1 w;'i he glad it*  my experience will be of, benctlt to  some other poor sufferer."  When buying the pills see Lhat Lhe  full nana: "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  for Pale. People" is printed on the  wrapper around each  all dealers or sent by  box or six  boxes for  ; ing  the  Dr.  Williams  iBroekville,   Ont.  box.    Sold    by  mail  nt 50c.   a  S2.n0 by   writ  Medicine   Co.,  , FOOD,  WATER AND AIR.  The Esi.en.tial  TM.ifrs  Out, of "Which  lllood   In   Made.   ,.  These are the" things out of which  blood is made. If the food is nutritious and properly cooked, if the air is  pure and full of o::yge:i, if the water  is clean and free from impurities, tbe  blood will be rich nnd r^d and full of  vitality.  Barring physical accidents, there is  no sicknesg except that depending directly upon a want of food or water  ,or air, sometimes all 'three. When any  one i.s sick the, presumption is that he  hiis been trying to subsist on puor  food dr vitiated air or bad water, one  or more.  In order to have good food a person  ought to have the first eating of it.  Food that has been mussed over and  left by one person is not fit to bo eaten  hy another.  In order to have good air a person  ought to have the 'first-breathing of it.  Air that has been breathed by other  persons Is not lit to breathe again.  1 Water should be fresh from some  spring or well. If hydrant water must  be used let it run a bit, as the house  pipes are apt to be of lead and uot  iron like the pipes that convey the water through tbe city. '  Food that is relished, air that cools  and invigorates, water that is quaffed  with eager thirst���these are the things  that make blood. Put fresh air into  the lungs, good food and pure water  into the stomach, and nature will do  tho rest.  Twelve years ago there were 2,tl00  Japanese in the United'States. Today Lhere arc 24,300.  HAP L\ OlUPl'I'. ���Mr. A. Nickerson.  Fiu-nuT. Dulton. writes: "Ijai-l winter I  hml hi trrippo arid it loft 1110 with u severe nain in the siiu.ll of my hack and  hip lhat u.sed id catch mc \vhene\ p>- I  tried to t-1 iml. il fence*. This lasted for  ali.u.'l two iii.Millis M hen I hnuirhl 11 bottle of Dr. "riionuu.' lOclert rir Oil and used  it both iiitorinillv und extprniillv. m.irn-  Ihl. 11 nd I'veniinr. tor throe diivs. nt the  i'-\|il ra! ion ol which time I was romi'lei.*-  Iv   cured "  The navy which gives Britain the  supremacy of the s(!iis, costs SI ">.".,-  000,000 a year, . or a'little, more  than the Fnited States pays in pensions  A  Trlcl-:  "Willi   an   EffS".  Place two V shaped wineglasses of  the same size near the edge of a table.  In the right hand one put an egg, just  fitting tho rim of tbe glass. lio-ld the  bases of the glasses firmly down, the  top rims touching each other. Now,  with a quick, sharp breath, blow upon  tho line where the egg and the glass  meet. The egg will jump to the other  glass.' "With a little practice this can  be. done every time. Be careful to  blow in a line with the left hand giass,  or the egg will jump tu the wroug direction and laud on the table with disastrous results.  SO.Il'M.CIH*fm<t.  is told of Joseph  Jo��  .left.  A good old story  Jefferson's attempt to cash n. cheqtio  in a Chicago bank several years ago.  Thc teller did not- know him, never  ba\ ing seen him .s'nvo on tho stage in  "JUp Van Winkle,"'and. when the famous actor ctiiui' face, to faco with  one of -hi:' greatest admirers Lhe lat-  ter refus.'d Lo believe tho evidence of  lis own eyes, and demanded that  Mr. 'Jefferson got some ono to Identify hint.- The latter was somewhat  nonplussed'yl'hut his face was, un-  :.m-wTii to even tho teller of a bank,  but before 'turning from the window to got tho necossary identification, said, in. those inimitable and  world renowned accents "If my clog  Schneider vas here he'.would know  nve dot's so." Tho t.cll.'i- laughed  wit'h delight, nnd paid the cheque  without further, question. Nobody  but' Joe Jefferson could havo said it  that wny.  Oilfrli. or Ox Tall Soup.  Ox tail soup, now regarded as n  national Emglish dish, wns first, mado  hy Lho very poor'. Tl.ugiie.not refugee*  from Franco after Lho revocation of  the edict of Nnntes, because- ox tails  then had no inarkot value.  Minard's Uiiiinent Cures Diphtheria.  On account uf so many of the best,  (lass of workmen leaving for (,In* .United States,'the Norwegian .government intends to take steps tn check  emigration..  Speaking of  votes, it  isn't  quality,  bur  quantity  that, counts.   .  about some peo-  huinor. 7  Her  Objection.  "Don't you think you are taking the  wroug stand when you say you do not  wish your son to marry. Mrs. Wil-  loughby'." asked an intimate friend.  "Don't you know it Is natural and best  for a young man to marry and tbat he  -rrill not think any the less of bis mother because he has a wife?"  "Oh, it Isn't that," protested Mrs.  Wi'lotighby. "I don't mind bis marry-"  lug on general .principles.; but I don't'  want to bo culled 'the old .Mrs. "Wil-  loughby.'" '   .  AvfiiUc,  Sharp���Why, I almost lost money on  the goods 1 sold to you. How much  do you think I made on the order?  Bycr ���About twenty-five times as  much.  Sharp���Twenty-five times as much  as. what? .  ���   ."'  ,1 Bycr���As you were goins to say you  made. '"     ''  REDUCES  EXPENSE  will  be paid by  Levc* Brothers  Limited, Toronto, to any Pcrs��" ^  rin orove that this soap contains,  an? foPrm of adulteration whosoever,  or contains any injurious chemicals.  Ask for thc Octagon Kar. "5  Not "Used   to   It.  7 Hostess���I wonder why your little  brother seems so restless and uncomfortable? '  Little  Ethel���I  Ihtnk it's 'cause  his;  haijds is clean.  All One to II'i.i.  "Look, papa! Thc uuke has brought  his coronet."  "Tell hi ni to go abend and play it. I  don't mind the noise."  There,are more fools than sages, and  among sagos thero Is more folly than  wisdom.���Chamfort  MM  ipi',  kcsrtniirtir.  FILLING  grat  is.  is as carefully done in the Ogilvie  Hour --Jills as ic the milling of Lho  wheat its--*!r. fn sh'irt, c\ ory feature  of transforming trio fin-'-^t gnul. s of  wheat into tbo highest giaiV of family flour receives our be_,t und constant   attention.  O^ilvic's   Hur.t'anan   Hour   stands    for  excellence.  The Ggiivie Flour Mills Co., Ltd.  I  BWIT.T, 1 ~yl��^,rrra'g^3SICTS3BiSEga��IIC-IS<ia��^^  Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen :  I take this opportunity of  saying to you that this cigar,  to which the maker has courteously given my name, is the  most deliciously fragrant weed  I have,,ever smoked, and here  is another instant of the supremacy of the Canadian  manufacturer.  THE  Is worthy of its name.  J. M. Fartler,   Limited,  Montreal.  CANADA^    LARGEST   OUTFITTING   STORE  esJ Summer Wear  'Our special Summer Style Book of Costumes and  Waists-for summer'wear will be mail-id  Free for the asKirxg  on receipt of your name and address.' It contains  full descriptions and exact pictures of the newest  in fashionable summer wear for fashionable women.  Although 'it is just now the ripe season for buying,  we have made very decisive concessions in the  prices in order to introduce more extensively this  great branch  of this' MAIL   ORDER   BUSINESS.  Our General Catalogue of, Men's and Boys" Clothing,  Hats, Caps, Shoes, Shirts, Furnishing!., Trunks, Valists,  Furs, Tobaccos, etc., will be forwarded free by request.  P JAMIESON  Retailer andManufaoturer ,       is        Toronto, Ont.   gj  r^^^��^^  Dick's; Blood y-Purif  ������'���;���. 7   Is the best Tonic for  and Cattle  orses  It puts cows in perfect health, and increases  the flow of milk.  DIGIT'S elves horses a  smooth glossy coat,  and puts life;and spirit into them.  Try a package., with- any run-down  animal  you may; have and you will be convinced.  60 csnts n package.  LCt-MINQ, MILES A. CO., aoentb, MONTREAL  ;tJ3B4ia��5^BSB��CJ^53aSffiaSJS^5S?.  ���jPa^e Metal Ori*.aTnental Yor\cet  Handsome,durablcandlpw-jiricod. Pi..-_!._.��_��� si-i .-bio for iront;  Anddivi-tion��cncosintownlots.cc*ii-e-<.ri._-.,.>r. Iiii-dsi.etc. Retails  for 25 CENTS PER RUNNING FOOT. Jv.< ..bout  U10 bheapoRt fence you panput u'.i. W-iti f-ir full i*.iirtic*.!an..  4- Use Page Farm Feucc'uud I'ouHry Ni-'ni..;  Tlie Page "Wire Fence Co., Limited, W-illiervillo. Ontario.  Montr-sal; P.O., and St. Jo.iu  i: ". **  -Wj.ipi -,-<�����-.  B.OSS ��. R.OSS. General A^onts. WINNIPEG, MAN.  When  n   yyoinan, knows    -rpinething-j    The s'ros's   earnings   of   the  civilized  thnt.  is  Loo  good   to  kGcp.   it's     too   world   are about ,7,'2G0 .millions' ster-  l>ad if she cannot  find anyone to toll. ,,,illtr p��r-anmim. ' .���  it   to.  's  w  jllh-ard's L.jsisiciit'. 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