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Array Lcgiakt;  sfp o        '%%  >L.9,N0 16.  MOYIE, B. C,  JULY 28. 190(5.  A ��� YKAR  Special Sale^ofeSummer Goods 9.  We are now cutting prices low  in Summer Goods, so that we  can clean up the remainder of  our heavy summer stock, of  Prints, Ginghams, Muslins,'  Batasties and all light, goods.  Special reductions on Ladies',  Shirt Waists. We are offering  some bargains in these goods.  The hot summer months are near at  hand. ;*Ask yourself, whether you are  properly insured against, fire, and ���- write  Beale &  Ho ����I Office  ORA.NMKOOK  MOYIE, B. C,  ^S2E^g232S3CSGra3��S3K3^ 2&&ZSZE%ft  Just Received  Another car> of the   Celebrated Calgary  Milling'  I Go's Hungarian Talent Flour. ' Renowined Jfor  Us  |b.read< making-^qualities.  . ri    ;    ,    *;���     ,*.   f  /'*    '  X.lso w^-heaty cho"p,;;oats and bran.,   -       >*   I ' .  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL... * J.  Hotel Kootenay   f  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling  Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Booms.  Billiard Rooms.  McMAHON  BROS. Proprietors.  ft- j$s-7$s-7$j-z$r /isnyr^ysn^'^i. !&: W^ *i>s~Jv5*"  :/y.~7Vnvrr$!.  CV B. G"   CORSETS  We have secured these   corse's  Moyie, and-would   like   to , have  ladiis'  opinion   of   them,  them in styles   and   sizes  for  the  We   have  to   fit   all  BATS  i WI.NC  figuroB atpriccB ranging from iocIs to  $2.50.  Let us show them to yon.   ^     ^  E. A. HILL  9  THE    LEADINC4  LADIES'  1    ���  AND MEN'S   FURNISHER.  .rfi. 7v*~ /jvtjntjr .y. ��v- ��g* -v- r^-^~4^.vr^  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received..  There is no hetter  invcstment;than a ^Savings  Bank deposit;  ���    Once opened it grows whether added toor   not.  Interest  allowed at  current   rates   and   compounded twico.a year. ,,���������'���  CRANBROOK BRANCH.      j  J. F. M, PINKHAM, Manager.  1  1  ��  w  h  GONSOLIDArED  CO.'S DIVIDEND  It Is Payable August  First. ,  it  This Is the Second Quarter-  . Iv Dividend -for" Year \  .     190C    (  ���*  6  FlTGHrSd  ��� The Consolidated Mining "& Smelting company of Canada lias declared a  /) '  dividend ot 2j per cent on   its  capital  ��� i-  stock, payable August 1.    The capital  is $."5,5000,000; but there is about $800,-  00() still <n tho treasury. This is the  second quarterly dividend for the year.  The company early in tho year announced that it would   pay  quarterly  dividcndsal the'rate of 10 per centra  i '      �� '.  year.* '   �����' '���       ' -.  y \ Coming Attractions. ,y/  i  'For   the    week,   ending   Saturday,  August lltli, three attractions are announced to take place in Eagle hall,'  Wednesday, August 5.8th; Olivia  Dahl, Norway's representative singer,  supported by Miss Gina Smith, 'a celebrated pianiste, will give an entertainment. Miss Dahl it is said; sings  admirably, has temperament, freshness  and extreme humor.  On Friday, August 10th, the ladies  of the Catholic church will give a  social, commencing at four o'clock iu  the'afternoon. They will serve., icecream, cake, lemonade, sandwiches,  etc, and injthe evening there will be a  musical program.' One of the features  of tho evening will be a voting contest on G. A. King and P.\B;inner' to  ascertain" as to which is, the more pop-  .ular^of the two. The prize willr be a  gold headed cane. iL  Saturday, Augu3lllth, MissQueenie,  McCoy, concert soprano, and Miss  Maude Underbill, reciter, will be'here.'  It is said of Miss McCoy that she is a  finished vocalist with a voice of great  power and scope. Miss Underbill will  give humorous and pathetic readings  and stories, and clover impersonations.  GENERAL NEWS  NOTES.  Tlie  Sandon   StandarJ    will  cease  publication for the want of support.  From twenty to thirU^rnen are at  present employed in the mined around  Poplar-    San Francisco is again wide'open'  and 2,000 licenced have already been  applied for. '*' ' ,'   . '- r  T. V. Lo^ney, formerly of Moyie, is  now in'the  hotel  business in  Rock-  1 j  ford, Wash. '      ,       <  Denny Lynch, formerly of the St.  Eugene mine, is foreman at the Snow-  shoe under Chas. Biesel.  Since the San Franoisco disaster  considerable lead'pipe has been shipped from tlie refinery i't Trail.  It is said''that,'Manitoba and the  Northwest "will require 25,000 imported harvesters\tu handle  the crop  this year.  C0R6IN1 RAINS  IN OCTOBER  Then . Local Passenger Will Run.  Tracklaving    Is    Making  Good' Progress, Bat Men  Are Scarce.,.'  c> Chas. Smitberingale, at one time editor of the Slocan Drill, "will .publish  a paper in Vancouver" devoted lo the  principles of the Knights of Pythias.1  'At Winnipeg"this week F. J. Mitchell of Fernie'won Ihe'lQO, .yard daali  for the 1 championship" bf , Manitoba ;  timeTO 2-5seconds.-"���''   '  . l"    t. r.    >    -  > a  ' George White, at- one time somewhat of a pugili-t, Was' committed to  jail on Monday, at Frank'to await! trial  on a charge of theft of some"property  entrusted to his care by'Mr. C. F.Harris." 'i'     ' ' . k ���>,  The'enlarged grandstand at the Spokane Interstate fair this year ' will accomodate 7,000,'people aud will furnish actual sealing -,capacity fir'at  least 5 000., This meinslts capacity is  nearly doubled what it was before.   -  St Eugene Mountain Mines.  A special meeting of the St Eugene  Mountain Mines, Limited, was held  n tbe Leader ofli-.e Thursday evening.* This was the first meeting held1  since the company's ofiice was moved  from Kaslo to Moyie. A new board  of directors "was, elected as follows;  O.J. Johnson, president; John McDonald, vice president; F. J- Smyth,  secretary-treasurer; V. Desaulnier and  J, Attwood. Negotiations are under  way for tho disposal of a block of  treasury shares of stock with the ob-'  ject of operating the property. The  annual meeting of the shareholders  will bo held on Wednesday evening,  Augud 29lh.  The Frank Percival Co.  The McGoldrick Lumber ",Co.; of  Nelson intends building a, railway  next summer up Crawford cioek from  Crawford bay, to tap a large timber  area controlled by the companv, The  logs   will   be   rafted  to  the  mill at  Nelson.  ���SSL X  Th'e^Home  bank 'at Toronto was  victimized recently by a, clever'young  man'. �� He bad _a cheque on1 the. bank  for $5, which, after acceptanceby the  ledger keeper, he raised to $500, presented to the 'teller and received the  amount.' He is now in the United  States.    ,  -The plans and specifications f<n  Fernie's new postoflice have arrived  from Ottawa. The building ia to have  a full basement and two stones with  a flit roof. The outer measurements  aro 50x07. and the plan shows the  building facing on Pellatt avenue, with  a sido entrance on Cox street.  Help tlie Band.  The members of the band seem anxious to reorganize and they should be  given every encourngement. ' The  town should erect a ba'nd stand 'where  evening concerts could be given dur  ing the,summer months. A meet  ing will be'held at C. A. Foote's tailor  shop next Wednesday evening which  all interested should make it a point  to attend. It is to be hoped that tlie  boys will be successful in forming the  nucleus of a good band and orchestra.  The town is in need of bolh.  The Frank Torcival Company is  playing a three night's engagement in  Eagle hall. Thursday night it presented tho three act sensational comedy dramn, "Diwn of Justice," and  last night it put on "Eist Lynnc."  Tonight -'Foxy Grandpa" will bo produced. The company is ouo of the  best that has evor been seen here, and  the members put up a good clean  show. Thoy had a much better houno  last night than tho night botora and  tonight it will bo bettor than ever.  "Foxy Grandpa" is the funniest of all  laugh producing comedies, and the  people can rest assured of gettiug their  money's wortti.  T. G. Blackstock Dead,  T.; G. Blackstock died at his home  in Toronto on July 24th after a long  illness. Mr. Blackstono was well  known in tho Kootenays, whore the  Gooderham-Blackstock syndicate at  one time had large interests. While  interested in the St. Eugene mine Mr.  ���Blackstock! made several trips to  Moyie.  Bunker HU^8 Hour Dav.  Tho eight hour day will be instituted in thc Coeur d'Alenn mining district by the Bunker Hill &, Sullivan  company on August 1st. The announcement was made by President  Bradley at a reception and banquet  tendered to him by the Wardner Industrial union. This will effect all  underground men. President Bradley  also said that thc question of shorter  hours for the mill men would bo taken  up by tho management in a short  time.   Ssredllla  Comrade'*   Life.  '���While reluming from the Grand  Army Encampment at Washington  City, a comrade from Elgin, 111., was  taken with cholera morbus and was in  a critical condition," says Mr. J. E.  Houghland, of Eldon, Iowa. *'-I gave  him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea.Remedy and believe saved  his life. I have been engaged for ten  years in immigration work and conducted! many parties'to [the south and  west. I always carry this remody and  have used it successfully on mady occasions. For sale by the Moyie Drug  & Stationary' Store.  "When we commence running our  transcontinental 'passenger trains  from Spokane next spring tli'ey will be  equal to the best in thc country," said  D. C. Corbin, head of the Spokane International railway, to the Spokesman-Review' tliis week,  Mr. Corbin was discussing the out  look for j>iut passenger��service over  his road .through nor'thefn Idaho to  the Canadian boundary, and thence  east over the Canadian Pacific and the  Soo Line-to the Twin cities.'  "There will be .nothing  better   tlian  our fast traiua on the Hill or the H.ir-  ** 1 /      l  riman    roads,"  he   continued. , "The  Canadian Pacific will furnish magnificent new Bleept-rs and dining cars for  through business.6 .Personally! I like  the Canadian PaciiiVs dining carservr  ice better than that ,on the''American'  roads.'      ,   ������      ,.   1 . *   ' .  ������We shall not attempt to run ' more  than a local pasieug'.-r servico over the  Spokane International until spring."  he continued, "'it will takt* some  time to get the roadbed in first class  sliajje. ���    ,  ,   , ' ' ��� q  "Freight service,' however/will commence out of hero in October, and we  should be in position almost ac once to  give'first class eervice. ���   '  '"We are building a, two- story office  building in, "connection ' with the  freight-sheds, on the north side of th'e  river, east of Washington'street, and  there*the general ofBces;6l the' company will be housed.      ���" 7 , ,  "The laying of track ism iking pret-^  ty good progress.) We*-should be into  Sandpoint, Idaho, next wt*ek. Tlie,  bridge over the Pend d'Oreille river  near there is nearly done. Most of Lhe  heavy rockwork is finished. It is now  just a question of the lighter grading  and the laying of st*el. We'are pretty much fiandicapped, however, by the  constant shortage of labor. The men  keep quitting after a few diys' work,  aud then come to town to rest or celebrate.         '   Three Disasters-.  KKUPJBWMHi-'iiii mi BggrocaraiiaasMw     uiv.-��mr.Ktg-flrrw.-qMffflil^^ '  Hot Weather Talk!  During the hot days of July and August, Avh.en  ycu liave no appetite for fivsh meat, wa can supply you with something nice and tiv-'ly 'from our,  stock of Canadian canned meat.--, or with a tin >of  Logics Brand lobster?, Uhie Point oysters or Gold  Label clams. We handle only the best brands,  -packed under the closest'inspection.   ,  ��� Our stock of Christie's biscuits-is new and  fresh: we have cheese and salted wafqrs, pretzels,  Social Tea1*, etc., etc., which With our Ontario  cheese al\va3's helps out for a meal. If you prefer  Limburger,' we are Johnny-on-the-spot with it.  ' When hot and tired have a bottle of our Lime  Juice 6r Fruit Cordial on hand to make a cool, re_  freshing drink.        d *'    ,  Fresh fruit received by express evcrv dav. ���  MaeEaeheFn  Three terrible disasters, two on land  aud one on sea, have occured during  the past week.  Last Saturday evening on the Spokane Falls & Northern two cars weut  over a trestle at Bjaver canyon and  four men were killed and seven injured. The dead are Judg ��� Towuscnd, of  Ropaland ; "Phoebe'.' Smich. bartender  on the S. S. Kaslo; M. D. McKinnon  purser on the S. S. Kaslo and I. W.  Cornthwaite of Spokane. Mrs. Cline  of Cranbiook was among the iujured.  On tlie same day  nine persons lost  their lives iu Burrard Inlet, near Van-  ouver,    by     the   Vriacess   Victoria  crashing into the tug boat Chehalis.  Al least seven lives were lost, seven  persons were seriously injured aud a  score of others sustained cuts aud  bruises in a wreck of the fait mail  train on the Great Northern about  mile east of C imden, Wash., 3j miles  east of Spokane late Monday afternoon, w'jen the locomotive, mail, bug-  gage and smoking cars left tho rails  on emerging from a tuuuel, and,  plunging over the 70-foot embankment, woro submerged in the walors  of Diamond lake. Spreading rails is  given as the cause.  ���AND-  Maedonald.  LOCAL  NEWS.  The Kootenav Central.  Four miles of the grade on the  Kootenay Central railway have practically been completed, and a substantial looking piece of work it is too.  There are about fifty teams working  steadily and about 150 men, and these  are making good headwiy, all things  considered, as the work is frightfully  heavy owing to the numerous stumps  and snags all along th 1 route.-Hioklen  Star.  '' ' ' '   y ���    "'���  Views of Moyie for sale at Gwynne'a  <*tore-. . ' L.'"'  Mrs. P. Lutner and children were  in Cranbrook yesterday.  "Barney" Wilson has been nick in  the Fernie hospital,jTor several days.    ���  Mr', and Mrs. -Geo. Stringbam returned from .Rockford, Wash., yesterday. ���  , yJ d  MissrBurgoine of Cranbrook was in  Moyie this^ week visiting with Mrs.  Edwards. ���  ,     * '  *  '��� Rev���Dr, John Neil of Toronto will  preach in'the Presbyterian church tomorrow evening. .  Mrs% K. T. Howard and children  left Tuesday for Enderb'y'to visit with  ber two sisters who reside-there.        .>  The Moyie'Aerie'of E Lgles will meet  only.once a month until 'furthur notice: - They will'meet on the first .Wednesday of each month.        *.  FranlhMurphy canie up from Cranbrook Thursday.to look after, Dr. Hair  vie's drugstore. 'Mr. .Atchison went  back to Cranbrook the same day ,  O. J. Johnson came over from Perry-  creek this week;to attend the meeting orthe shareholders of the St. Eugene Mountain Mines Limited.  Torn Summers fell down a chute  at the mine Wednesday and escnped  with only a lew bruises.,, It was a  lucky escape for him, for he fell nearly  40 feet.,  Mia's Nicholson, teacher in the  Moyie school, 'is home from Fort  Steele aud will spend the remainder  of her vacation here. Hor siuer, who  is teacher in the school at Winlaw. is  with her. '        -  - -  The three month's old baby of Mr.  and Mrs. A. McFarlane died lust Sunday morning -and wis buried the  same evening in tho Moyie cemetery.  Hoy. Mr. Findlay conducted the service.  The conditi-n of John Chestnut,  who is in the Cranbro'ik hospital, is  unchanged. His head was injure!  quite badly when he fill down a chute  at the mine, and it is feaiedt lhat he  may take a turn for the worse,  FOR SALE���House and lot and  hom-rketping outfit complete. Will  be sjUI choap. Apply to II. A. Tet-  tus or at MacEachern & Mucdouald'a  store.  M. Macklcuburg, M. A., D. O. S.,  a the celebrated eyesight specialist, will  again be iu Moyie S-turday, Ju'y 28ih  at thc Moyie Drug & Stationary store.  Any defect of the eyi and eight,  satisfactoiily treated. Cross eyes,  short sight, far eight, old sight  irregular sight, etc.. properly attended  to.    Fees moderate.  Lost or Estray���My gray mare.  Maude, weight about 1,000 pounds,  and gray horse, Touuy," weight about  1,200. Five dollars leward will be  paid for return of either or information  leading to same.        H. CAMERON,  ti?"     METAL   MARKET.    ,  'New, York���Barreilvcr, (J.*i    ccnl��  Lead', $5,15.    Zinc, (spelter.*) $J5'.90.  London���Lead,(XlC IGs. 3d.  Launch "Is aBeautv,  After several weeks of patient   work ',  John D.  Kiy and   Harold  Chapman ���  Jiave completed their uow boat, and  h  was   launched  'Tuesday, evening and  made   its   trial   trip.   It   took   some,  little time to  get  tho gasoline   motor ,  working right, but now   everything   i.s '  iu shipshape. /Ihe launch is'1S^  feet  in   length and  has a  52 inch beam.  It was brought here ''knocked   down"  from Bayo City, Michigan, and   Messrs.  Ka^r and Chapman'put in their,- spare  lime while off shift putting it'together.  ..Vlr. Kay  is .master  mechanic  at   tho  St, Eugene and Mr.  Chapman    is   an  engineer   for,. the     same     company.  Their boat is a   beauty  and' with'- ita  brass railings and ornaments  presents  a very imposing  appearance: , And ity  has the speed, too, as on the trial., trip  *  it made   a   milo, in   seven    minutes.  The'new  boat  has been   named tlie7  "Elsie   Chapman".    It     makia     the  fifth gasoline boat on Moyie lake.  R. W, Stringham's Funeral,  The Rockford, Wash , Register says  that the funeral of the late Robt. W.  Stringbam took place on Tuesday  evening, July 17th. His Sunday school  class at Rockford, contributed a very-  handsome floral ofl'tsring to tha mem- ��  ory of tlioir ��� school mate. The boy's  death was a sad blow to his relatives,  as he was the pride of the family. He  was a very studious and ambitious  'young man and had a friend of every  acquaintance.  Big Asbestos Ledge.  Joe Shea and Chas, Diamond have  a big ledge of asbestos on their claims,  which aro located about four miles  from Sifton at the head of the upper  Moyie lake. Samples brought from  there this week wouid indicate that  they have a promising proposition.  Oominff   Events.  Labor Day, Cranbrook, Monday,  September 3rd.  Nelson Fair, September 19 20 and  21,  Spokane Interstate Fair September  2-1 to October G-  New Westminster Fair, October  2nJ to Cth,  Fire Brigade will Meet.  There will be a meeting of the  Moyie Fire Brigade in McGreg r hall  Monday evening. As there has not  beou'a meeting for some tim.3 ihere is  considerable important business to  transact. It is"tha duty of all properly  holders to attend.  Wo have just received a choice assortment of  Jewelery  Novelties  mauy     useful    and   all   ornamental.  Gome and see  them.  .   Mr. E. A. Hill"  of.  Moyio  is  our  agent.  W. F. TATE & SON.  Jewelers and   Gra<*u-ile Opliciauo.  CRANBROOK', B. C.  OlDcial Watch Insprctpr for C.  P.  11  Cww'd Nest Pass D.visiou.  V &  ''���Wl  1  th I  'i.  9    -1  >yr  ". i\  -"yt"  M  l-��c V ��-'  ��*  Tzaz3iJ��iz��i-��a.i*  iitfF'V  m. T*5 &��r .�����  fe'-asffi  *  ;.- ���.;>i''.  :^ii?  <���*  BE*-*-  iJW.  "IT'JS* It  ���MUM  wr *y^  ?;*'  ��Mi  if-  al-a  $W4  &  m  ��m  m  m  Abmm  m  w0m%  iff  f 'I  5   '*"  re  :��*  PI  Ji  fttlsM  m  8��^sjf;E'  ���WU  *iW  t;'-:  j^".'*1  :('*;  ��� ;���>*,  .rd  S-ri  k ?*���:,*���<���  11 #���'&  "  J y .  .'   I.  - M-  n   1 t ������  >* .'.J  *<*- ;f  *UR LEADER,, MOV IK. KRITLSIT COLnMItJX  Linked by Fate  DUMONT AND RIEU_  BY CHARLES GARVICE  Author of " The Verdict of the Heart/* " A Heritage   ? J  of Hate/* "Nell of Shorne Mills/' "Paid  For/' "A Modern Juliet/' Etc  i++M +HJ++4 ��� ��� M ��� ������+++++++ ��� ��� ������ M *4 '  (Continued  from  last week.)  In .in instant l line i>'-<'ani(j'a Tiling  <; ol nankin and was deM i oye.l, and  ihe \\n>- luck to that (jtl.ci- iinrlit  )..ml; .iifo when sin- had bent o\or ifnu  in ihi" Kilunii. and, -.inking, he hjul  muglit ln-i hy tho firm and hut t her,  m ins in iif pi asp, bm_jis swift tj iho  ' i>tcsi-iit letmned to her, nnd all that  Ji.i^i 'happened smu* that mglit jnwn-  >'d   Ilk*- a  guh  between   ' ,  'I lien, ns bin* looked, she saw the  <*iiijit\ sl(.t.\,., tho blood-stained hand-2  nun on thcjslioiildnr, and a thrill uf  uhn-m, oi" nitv, ran through her.  ''Wine here, and wounded' Why had  In- come? What f��(e had drifted him  hack to the island and thrown hun.  So tn speak, at liei feet' Why l*ad  lie tome? ' Whj had he left the wo-  , man he loved, thc Ix-iuitiful woman  she had seen in "the bos at the  ttiefui". tin y.Judilh ' Uhose y>or-  linit he hail uirriyd next hishcut?  Had he ci)ini' in .seaich ol'her. Nina**  JInd hi' couie bci-iumc^ the memories  of Ihe island had haunted him ufi they  had  hannled  hei / *  The'liK)6d run Wnrinly nnd swiftjy  thiough her \eins and, rose to her'  far.'. I'or a moment, she linked the  thuiij^ht toulu'i- bosom, nnd hot heart  beat with .something that was like  hanpimss. The desire to look .into  Inn eyes, to hoar him speak,, assailed  her n-ri'Mstihlv.. Shu bent still ,lower'  and touched luh foiehead i\ it'll, her  lips, then drew hnik,' bi-eathless and  e.\I^*ctant,  half fearlnl. half hopeful.  Light as the touch of her lips had  'been, the pii'ssure of a tlustWimri  'only, it awoke him. He ojiened his  ���eyes, with n vngue and da/ed exjires-  . sion in thom at hist; then; as full  (ons-ciousiiess.caine' hack to him, be  stared at lier uith a perplexed frown  as if he could not believe that' > it  "'Ji  leallv   her, r   '  The  next    instant  he   ,-svns ,on     his  feet    hor name 'on  his  lips. *  >      "-\Sna!" "      '  She stood, her'hands; clasped, but  ronrlv to ho thrown round his neck,  lie.' Iig-ure stnnrhnff upright, hut as  . ��.*a<lv to fall on'his breast And, indeed, he "Hid e\1enri his nrms .ns if to  take to 'him, <lid take a step towards her, then, as if some thought,  somo remembrance, had thrust itself  upon him, ho stopped1 short, and his  iiiins fell-to his sides, and, instead of  words of love, of endearment, which  would have In ought her tvO him never  to bo put a Way from him again, came  the lionise,, hi oi<en words, like the  dropping of miles' on, her expectant  spjiit, lonying- for a softer tone, a  loving  word.  "1���1    linn   glad    you   are  here,      I  wa-iaod to see'*you���speak to you'"'  went on, "I hiic been tninking oi  the���tho tie that hinds us two, and  I've como to the conclusion that it  ���the marriage���was invalid, anjhow,  that it would not stand good unless  we  were  married  again.1' ���  Tho blood threatened to rise to her  pale tace,  but she kept  it  down.  "If you remember, poor Fleming  said that we might go . through,, the  ceremony again if we escaped from  tlie lslund, when we got to a port���"  She made the faintest' gesture of  assent  with her  hand. ;  "Therefore, in Heaven's name, why  should you be bound to me by so  frail and intangible n bond!" he  bioko out, sharply. ','i know how  youamust long l"oi your freedom; you  would do so in any case; but now���"  , Her brows knit as if she weie trying to understand this.  V^nd���and 1 admit that you have  the right fo be free; tlmt, indeed, it  would bo a shameful thing1 to hold  >ou by a chain whu'hyfettered you  against your will." '   t  She made no sign of assent or .dissent, and, stiiiigiiig himself up to the  necessary pitch ol self-sacrifice, , ho  went on, luiskily:o  "J-lcming gave you a kind ol corti-  flcnte-'    Vou ha\e got it slill?"  Slyi made a movement of her hand  in lhe nllli mative.  "Well, then," he said, almost savagely, "destioy it " '      'fr  Her eyes flashed on him for an in- '  stunt,  with surprise and ielief,J as he  thought. i ' .'  "And the ring. Give it back to  me, ' and���and so cancel' our"���he  luughed slowly, and' .bitterly���"our  agreement There can 'be nothing  then between you und���your freedom,  exxept the���the ceremony. If that  seems to you an, obstucle, you ,can  get it removed by' a court of law. I  ���of couise, I should not ^ oppose.  Lord Sutcombe would be able to  help you in' that 'part of the business. He���he is a good fellow, I am  sine   of   that,  Remarkable Double Decth That Reca!'��  the Northwest Rebellion That Cost  Canada Many Valuable Lives.  Gabriel Dmnont's  untimely death at  the age of 75, and  the death of Riei'a  mother  on the same  day,  is a' coincidence    that    time    recalls    when    tha  names   Dumom  and   Kiel   thrilled     all  Canada.    Even at the time of the rebellion Dumont was credited w-ith supplying the brains of the insurrection, Riol  contributing  the  necessary   fanaticism  that drew to  his side the Indians and  half-breeds of the Northwest.   Dumont  was a more dangerous man than Riel,  for he brought to the camp of tho cen-  spirntors   a  cold-Wooded  cunning that  cost Canadian lives.    Ho was not carried away by  his chief's wild lmag-in-  tngs, but fought desperately- liko a man  with a rope around  his  neck.    It'-.Vas  his boast.that he would never be taken  alive,  and  it  is   altogether  likely  that  he   would   have  killed   himself    rather  than trust himself in  tho hands of tht  Canadian  Government.  Dumont, the Buffalo Hunter.  History will reveal none of the promoters of the Northw-est rebellion as a  hero.    They hardly lend themselves  to  picturesque treatment, those who could'  not  bo, considered  fools  being, squalid  knaves,   or   both.   Dumont   was  not   a  fool,  though  lie  assisted  in  oiganlzing  and  was   director of one, of  tho maddest enterprises In all history.   He was  born at Edmonton, of an Indian mother  and a French-Canadian father, one of  a numerous family.   As a youth he was  a buffalo hunter, and became an adept  in   tho  rttther    dangerous    occupation.  Ills fine physique, his courage and daring., and Jiis  intelligence made  him  a  man of note, and hy the time he had  reached early middle age Dumont wan a  factor to be reckoned  with in dealing-i  between tho whites and the Indians.    '  ,   ^ The  Tempter of  Riel. ,  In 1SS0 the Dumont family moved" to  South Branch and there founded a settlement,  whore  Gabriel   was 'chief.   By  this time he was" reputed to be wealthy  for  a half-breed,  a-circumstance thai  gave  him  additional  weight with' - tht  Vidians.    Personally,   then,  lt   is  plain  that Dumont had   <ttle reason to corn-  Plain   ot ,the   conditions   that   induced  many of the Metis to rise in' rebellion.  Nevertheless he was chiefly resppnsibl��  for Inducing R'iel to return to Canadp. in  18S4,  after'his sentence  of banishment  had ended.,. To .Riel he represented the  whole, Northwest   as  awaiting  but, his  appearance to tal��o up arms.' The white  settlers, he said,  would Join ,'them,' and  the   rising   would   be   so   general   that  the  Canadian  Government would    not  dare resist the demands made 'upon It.  "Whether Dumont 'believed  all'ho  told  Riel   Is open   to  doub't,   but  It  is .plain  SOME, GOOD STORIES.  of   Hark   Twain.  THE HUMAN  BRAIN.  It    Cndcrnoen  Wonderful     Chan*"  imriiiK I����   Growth.  The wonderful changes which the human brain undergoes from tbe moment  when it nibt uppears in the embryo until lt becomes the perfected laboratory  Not   For   JHc-r���Toll*  JDii'lom��iu>.  A story is told (.fuj oung wife who  knew little of housekeeping.   She was  In  consequence   of" that   inexperience    til it liecomus ��"-' lwneticu iaUU.��.��,j  disposed to stand a bit In awe of tbo thought  characteristic  to  the  ma  butcher, the baker aud the candlestick human bt-UiK has been commented  maker, for she felt sure they must be - ���-     -    -���  aware of the extent of tier Ignorance  in household matters. She ordered only such things as she was absolutely  sure of, aud^slie made, her Interviews  with the tradesmen as brief as possible.  One morning there came to her house  THE WISEST THING  Is to Discard tlie Adulterated Japan Te  upon by sceral of the leaillus wiiters  on biology,* physiology, etc. During  these successive changes, -or, rather,  transformations from the lower to the  higher sjilieie, lhe human brain not  only takes upon itself the general shape ,  r-. , .    . and form of the brains of various rc-p-J  One morning there came to her house        ** y ' , , ..    .���,_���_ ���|,1CC���Q ���r ....i. I  a collector of ashes. "Arfi-ees. ash-ees!" resentatlves of the lowcr classes of   ni  she  heard   Hm   calling   in   stentorian rnal.s   bu    appears  to Inno iUt  same  tones.   As t& cry was repeated again structural const  ucnts   at  least to  a  and again she. became more aud iiiore certain degree.   Thus t has been found  perplexed as to what "ash-ees" meant, that the original germ of (he     ain as  Finally  she  went to  the gate In  tho " appears In  the lmnian embryo has  rear and  opened it   "Ash-oesV"  ennio  In guttural question from the man.  The young wife hesitated  for a  mo  andljg,  tiEYLON GR$EN TEA  fen Absolutely Pur�� Tea of tf^ff Highest Possible 0  Lead     Packets  ? ���  Only,,   40c,    50c,J-and    60c    pep    lb  Highest Awa'f'd   St.   Louis  1904.   '  At    all  flroctrt ���  input; then, drawing herself up to a  dijrnilled   attitude,   she   replied  coldly  the exact outlines of a serpent's thought  .factory. ' After that the changes which  take plncf while the brnln ia assuming^  the various shapes which it must undergo before it becomes perfect give It  -    -*   - ���������--���   to the brains of  ugiuueu   attitude,   sue   replied  C0IUI3-, "^-'fe" ^<-*"^ **- "*���* ,......--���.  Xoyi don't think I euro for any to- a decided resemblance to the brains oj  ay,>f , fishes,   birds   and   manunlferous   anl  o t l j mals. .   " ,  At a recent dinner Mark Twain, nc- '     '"Ilein's "Thoughts on the Structure  cording to an English report, made" a of  tlio  Human   Urn in"  and   Wilson's  most amusing little speech,which wns ''Anatomy of the Human Body" both  responded tens follows by a laws'cr mention  these  queer  transformations,  who^yas present: "Doesn't ltstriko'tho ns does ulso Hugh Miller Iu his famous  company as u  little unusual," he  in- work, "Testimony of the Hocks."   Mll-  qnired,."that n professional humorist ier-puts it in tills way:   "It hns long  should  be   funny V",  When   tlio  laugh , ���bcen known" thnt thehtiiiiun brain is  that greeted  this sally  had   subsided ' built up by a ���wonderful process.* dur-  Mark Twain drawled out, "Doesn't it ing wlilcii it assumes In succession tlio  ctl>S1rn    +lm    n.ihiiintni    ��n     r.     114-41 ��    ���-....��n��.��1 *a...-.i     a*    i l��~    l.���n t.i    u* 4-    n     ��ai>��is..-. *-      n     fl Mi  T7     " , ���*">   -     -   Know all abouibick-headachcs?   sTS-T1"  FI 1M>V      f  w^# nausea of indigestion?   Often ]0��?�����f d*��  Jut UCl        \JGl 'tite?   Been out-o'-soru time ���d rim  r*PPfr  ���     Then always  keep on  h.nd ",,nS  T^   . f . ��Tk edy���Ayer's Pills.   They m,  Dill OUS f wf^..A^eFe^IrtSoW^  strike thc company as a little uuusunl  'that a lawyer should havo his hands In  his own pockets?'���  A young < and 'smart looking Scotch  clergyman was to prcneha ."tnial" sermon in n strange church. Fearing tlint  his hair might bo disarranged or thnt,  he mlgbt have ,n smudge on his fnce/  he said to tlie sexton, there being no  mirror in the .vestry, "James, could you  get me n glass?" James disappeared  and after a' feyv mluutes returned, with  something under'tils' coat-which, to the  consternation .of tho divine, 'he -pro-'"  duced in the form'of a bottle,* saying,  "Ye mnuun let on nboot It/ meenls'ter,  for I got it as a special fnvor,' and I  wadna hao'got it nt nil if I hndjia told  them lt was for you."���Harper's Weekly-  form of the brnln of n serpent, n fish,  a bird, nnd lastly, before it assumes tlie  characteristic human form, It tnkps upon itself tlie outline of n in(imiiiiferou')  quadruped's brain.'V Hence the remark  ALPINE AVALANCHES.  1    ��� _.  Thi'ii:   Deuillj-   SnuuklldcN   Are   Of tea  Sillrteil   li>-   11   ijound. 0 (  , There are many kinds of avalanches.  There are the powdery avalanche, tho  creeping variety, tUo.fclitcli'r nvnlauchu  and others. When thu nuu'sti'lkcs upon  tlie illimitable t-uow" fielila nnd the snow  begins'to move the mitflsj Jn its dusccut  gathers weight nnd forcp, tearing a\\-ay  euoi-mous rock mnsscs nnd millions of  'dm- of soil, until at length, with a  iiolsp like thunder, it expends Its fury  ou the level llodr of a vulley yvhere defenseless villages may tie, ' y *  A great avalanche'of this kind hn> an  ,,   What  a "Ilurrlonni"! j,  "nnrrlcnne" Is U10 ..M HpamA    '  for a  West Indies cylJ(IIl,    t "*?  mado by scientillc writers that "man Is : invis-lble forerunner ulniost ns destruc-  l)\ A   o,i..i   +r.l-l.l   nf   nil    rt���l,���nlu M ......   ....   ���. .��       i....,^    ...   ,��.       j__,*._    .     ....��*  the suhi total of nil nnimnls."  .   ...     ,   and   he���-uou���"       The  words  stuck  in   his throat,  he   could 1 ���   . ,. .-   ���    -   ���������--���   ^^ ..u..��  not go any further flighting, and a quick acceptance of the  -Vina     -stood "with     bent  head."   her    Le.b?ls' te.rmf-   He Poured himself anfl  1  -.  w  ���V  *  ',     '  r  *  *    ?  y  'tr.  I  *  dd  fr  4>  -.'  *f 1  ) '  r  Hi  h\  CnAPTKU 'XXIV.  -Nina tstobd w itli heiilliatffls^c1.aspod  tightIj, her ttCps���fi\-ed on Vanewnii-  mgl.v, and under then' regard' Ins  coin-cig-o almost failed him, tho^longing toanku hyi in his .inns well nigh  mastered him .Hut he thought 'of  f-uuomhc, the man who lo\ed hor,  the man whom she doubtless loved,  ��� nnd he lound lys voiie at Inst. It  sounded hamli mid hard 111 hi.s own  eais, how murh more so, then, in  lwri'  'I his���tins is a stumge meeting,"  he said ��� rI'he penllcrian who came  wnli vrtu hns just, left me���"  She shot a quick (.luncu of alai'in at  hi1) shoulder, it' glance which, of  Ciniisf.,   Vane   inis'iac-l pi etc d  ' An accident.' h.* said "A' mei0  tn fie. Loul iMiLcoinlip is not hint"  'lhe color flooded hot lace, and ihe  dii'iv ,-, i,)IUr breath of tUipf���of relief on Sutcniube's account, ^*nllo  thouglit,  biLiei ly    '  1 Ic hat told me how you happened to come hue 1 ani glad you  tune done so, glad he should have  the gold Indeed ,t KS jours to do  what miii like with Uut that's nothing1 To me the nil important fact  is, 01 couise, thru you should ho  Jlne J ha*.o Sought lor you���" Il0  'eheiki'd lnniseli, 101 he felt ho should  m.lt ,md ln.s resolution break down  if ho dwelt on the past the_-djjs  that had passed m,K(. they had pait-  "d "Will ,\ou till )!1(. how you ��,*io  s.i'NI'^ How fate has dealt with j ou'*  1 in���I 111 n.U'iinlh lunoiis," he added, witli a smile nom which he tiled  hard   to   keep   the  bittei ne.ss  Nina   ohej.it    speaking almost    nio-  chnnically        The    dicam.     tho   hope.  '   Wl.Kll   ]|,ui   Ilhlll lnetl   hei   spnit  as   i.hu  bent   ii....- him  had  \anished,   and Kit  Ihi   h^.111   an  ailpng  \ uui  IK- listen.-.1, with his. ejes on the  fii.niiid, kii',jinir nom hib laie c-voi y  smn 01 1 he eiiK.tii.ns that thrill. .1  '"i -it h. 1 st..i\ M��� ]m,1 |,t.������  htiui-gliliK with piiMitv while h��- had  1.1 en Imi.lone.i b\ i),,. wcnlth that was  "Sl less   fi      1 u II!   Withilllt   her' Wlu-n  sli. h .<! liiiisii.il sl��� stood and w-.nL-  '" Sl" ,llli ni.t ��s|< in,11 foi n��� n,,.  ��� ������uui ..1 his In, sime \h<-\ h.K, p.ut-  '"���     il'    huh. il   this,   and   again   mis-  1.111,'el St IIDll  I hank <:,,<! l,,,,,| ,,,,��� s _,,,, ()%1>r  u,r "���<"' I" ".inI f.*i\inil\ '^ou  aM "'!>' IS'it--l,ut���not l.appv.  N ma '  ,'Sh' ' ",l*"'l -'t 'urn an eloquent  g'*ni". I ait., hi.s ij,..s ueio ilxed on  the gnmnd  anil   he did  not  see  it.  "Pcrh'ip.s���perluips.  I   Can   guess   the  cause���aiifi n-111,-,1,. it,'* he.said,  grimly.       "May ' I   .speak   quite    cand'dlv?  Oh,   w-hat '.is   the   ur   0f   ollI-   beiitimr  ���u-b-oiil.   the   bush!'. We   nrediotli   thinking ol   what   happened on  thi.s  island.  ^ <mi   were   th,.  victim  of  a  cruel    fat��,'  ���^inn*. .n   i;Ur.7I ftppivciate.l.,  I���I Kt,rov0  .to    avert,.     Vou Will   ih,   m,..    the   jus-.  tic-e to  ac-kiiowledgidthiit';   won't you?  '.H"t   I   have     kept'my  'promise', d the.  proinitje  you   asked   nf  ine.,      X0    aw.  known  of .(air���i:inrn'age."  /     -She   turned , hei-  fUCe" from   him   and  looked-straight   befoi-y , hur.  "I, too, liave kept niy promise,",  ehc-  said,   in' a   low voice.  He nodded, "I knew you would���  for your own sake," he said, not at  all gratefully,. "It was poor Fleming's doing entirely. .Mind! I bear  liini'iio ill willy He .acted according  to his lights. And���and, afler ' all,  there i.s no har'n'i done���I mean .that  it   can   be   undone."'  She looked at him for u second  and   waited.       .        .  "Son:,. 1..0.-1I. auti;oiiibe loft   tne," ho  eyos^ flashing, the blood running fier-  ce.lv through her veins. . He had spoken as 'if it were' her freedom he de-  sued, but was he not'craving for his  owii/> that he might he fiee to many  ���Judith"* At that moment she saw  the portrait ns plainly -ns she , had  seen it when it had been actually in  her hand; and, her heart, racked with  jenlousv'and, wounded, out!aged love,  she could utter no word. Suddenly  she tin nod , from him and took frcWn  her bosom the ccrtilicate and thc^  ring that was wrapped , m it, and  held' them out'to" hun.  ,J"- "There they aie," she said, with  an  unnatural  calm.    *  Vane     took  them    fiom     her    outstretched   hand   and   looked"1 at   then!"  for, a  moment as  if he" saw  nothing ,  'J'hen,   without a  woid,  he  lit one' of  the matches Sutcombe had given him  mid held'it to a corner of the paper'  Uut,  as he did  so,   something seemed  to  catch   his  bic.ith,   and., half  choking    he    flung  the  match   from    him,  ciiishcd tbe certificate and ling m his  hand     and    spi ingiiig     towards    her  caught her  in his aims  'Ihiough a mist 01 teat.s she saw his  face, white to the lips and stein, almost savage, m its pas.sipu AmaA-d  she stincgled laintl;. m his grasp,  but he held hei su tightly a.s aLuiost  to   ci ush 'hei.  No' ' he ci i.'d ( hum s,.lv "J  wont do n' I can't' Vou aie my  Wilt do win hear*', 1 don't earn j  ul.iih'i 'in;, loii'inon-* was \abd or  not I. hold win to it' ^ on aie iny I  " 111" AK Win-' !;(���) 10u imderstand >  "*. ou man-led mo foi belter or foi  woi*e     J   refuse   to    icleano   you I  hold wiu to ,\our iov\ I refuse to  trne \ou up to any man. Uo j ou  undi'i stand'"  Her  e.w-.s    closed,     the   languor    dif  nui lend *i    , stole    o\ei    her.     but   she  K.ughl   ag.un.st   it,    tho-ugh   the   pres-  auie  01   his  aims,   the  lierce,   passionate    words   weie     sending   the    blood  singing  thiough her  wins m a happv  flood       Hut   though     she   low'd     lmii  with a  low-  lhat threatened  to  sweep  awa\   ewiy   Ij.nriei.   sin-  was  a    woman and  not a child,  and she lvmi'in-  li'*ijd.    .So she   held her face  fiom   the  pillow-1,1-.    h.-aii���wlmh     it  eiaved,  and  letained  possession  ol  hei   soul. '  W'h.*-   did     \ou   lly   fiom     mc���risk  .w>ui   hk. utlhei   than  *.tn.\   with  mc-'' '  he   demanded,   uiasterfullv      "Did   you  disliki ^nie   so   much''       Where  jnu' so  ati.uil   of   m."    Could   >uu   not   lnibl  un ' , *-n     ni'ittii-'     1    don't    cue      to  know '        Vou   ,ue    rn\    wile'        I   hold  wm      to   wuii      wiw     .will!       piomise  N'"*'     -      l'i\<.     \ou'     1      iow.,|      vou  " "     ��� \''      luwd   \..u    nil   the   time  we w   h. en   pail.-d      I   lt,M.   \OM   IK)W|  ,,|"l    !l*   '"I    I  II  hold  \ou'     .Nothing  * li .,'1  j.in ins''  (To be continued.)  1 ,A.  Protective, Precaution.'  "Don't 3rou   know," .defiantly   nsked  the socialistic orator, ''that tlie people  n,����  1,    i" >.      ,   \.    '  ��� ,"* " '' 1 nr<* now-crying out for'justice to keep  ttlnunar ,1^ "V���'���-1* *e lltti.    her  eye  on   the  lawbreakers  in  high  ugntinff, and a ouick aeeentnnpo nf tho       . ,��� , "  places V" ',..,,  'Iidou't care for that,1' returned the  Riel as the half-breed governors of the  Northwest. ,   ' 1- .. ���  , The Half-Breeds' Demands.*  Though Riel 'and Dumont were visionary and adventurers, and entitled to  flffht under no nobler flag than the skull  and crossbones, they drew up a docu.  ment  sotting  forU��i"the Indians'-griev  .inlllibnaire   rdjater,   "as   long   as  her  bandage  doesn't jSlip. off."���Baltimore  'American.- '  .   y   ,~T'        <���  OiTnerNhlp.  " "When   I   wns   younger,"   said   Mr.'  Curaiuv, "I looked   forward to having      ���.....Q   ��v.. w. L,,u   u.u.oua    anev. i   ^-*��� ~-<     -  -v^..^..     ,��. ,  ances, and digninecfU with the namo of    a home of��my own."     ,  Bill   of .Rights.,   In. this    ultimatum,   '   "Well, haven't yoirgot  Remarkable   Immigrant!.  The ' Dominion  Line  steamer Ottawa  and the C. I'. R. steainf-r Lake Erie armed  at    Quebec    recently    with   over  eighteen   hundred   immigrants  between  them, including twenty men and women  of the Israelite community, en route to  their   farm   establishments    at    Benton  Harbor,  Michigan.   The men   and  women of this peculiar sect aire a strarig-e-  looking people.   Both  sexes  wear  their  hair long down their backs and present  an appearance of .comfort.- Thos. Howe,  a  meek,  subdued  individual,    manager  of   the  affairs  of  the  community,   was  at the landing to meet the new-comers,  and ln  conversation  with a newspaper  correspondent  said  the  Israelites  were  founded    in    1793,    and    represent    tha  members ofytli'e   ten    lost    tribes,   and  were noiv gathering at Benton Harbor,  where   they   had  purchased  farm   land  and were  (mgaged  in  agriculture  until  the   time   arrived * that    the    stipulated  number of the twelve tribes, in all one  hundred and  forty-four thousand, wore  got together,  when they would proceed  to   Jerusalem    to    await    the    second  coming of Christ in 1916, when the present  world  would  end  and  now  conditions prevail.   Mr. Rowo said their form  of worship was prayer within their own  homes.    They   have  a  meeting    house  but not for worship;   it is only used  to  receive  messengers   from   their  chosen  loader,   Benjamin,   irul   his   wife   Zury  -All   theLr Interests  are pooled,  so that  all   are  equal   sharers*   of  the  common  purse.  which was delivered to th,<* Dominion  Government, tha following demands  were made:* . '   .  The Northwest to he sub-divided" Into  provinces.1., ' *'  j   .  Half-breeds <to bo treated as tht  breeds of Manitoba. ��   *���'  Patents to be .Issued',*** once1 to ant-  tiers in possession.      ' . .  Half a million, acres of Dominion  lands to be'sold and'proceeds'used ta  establish half-breed  Institutions.'     -  Reservation of a hundred townships  of swamp lands' for ''distribution  among the children of the half-'breeda  In  the  next 120 years. "  Grant of $1,000 annually to support  half-.breed Institutions.  Better provision for tha support ol  the Indians. , '  The  Government's Answer.  The    Government's   answer   to    thla  manifesto   was   to   the   effect   that     a  commission had been appointed to enquire into the general subject of half-  breed claims;   and that any half-hreed'  legally entitled to it could get a patent  for his land.   The Government promised that the ordinary method of surveying, ie., laying the land out ln squares,  would   not  be   folio ved,  if   the  'breed*  were desirous  of regaining their river-  lots, after the fashion In Quebec.     Although this matter was not mentioned  ln the Bill of Rights, lt was considered  very  important by the rebels, and  ths  Government's  concession  on  the  point  was well calculated to allay Ill-feeling.  The  reply also   exposed   the  impudent  nature,of the claims for treatment according    to   the   practice   adopted   ln  Manitoba,   for    it > asserted    that    tha  men   making   the   demands    wero    tha  same    Individuals    who    had     already  been  settled  with   when  they  lived  in  Manitoba.    They had been  given  their  land   there,  sold   it  and  moved    west,  and now Insisted1 that  they should  b*  re-established.  Dumont, the Lieutenant.  Before the serious nature of tho situation was realized'Riel had struck at  Duck Lake and the fight was on. Dumont was ,hls lieutenant from the bo-  R-lnning, and it was ho who planned  the actual fighting and forced upon thi  rebels such ideas of formation and discipline as they could understand. It  was Dumont who, the night before the  fight at Fish Creek, designed the plot  to carry off Gen. MIddlelon and his  staff, ani Dumont Is credited with aiming the shot that pierced nen. Middle-  ton's hat tho day after. As soon a�� it  was seen that the whites wore not rising in support of the 'breeds, Dumont  recognized the hopeless nature of the  rebellion, and made plans for hia escf-pa  before lt was too late. Ilu got saftily  away, but Riel was captured and pe-id  the penalty with his life. Twenty >-ea.rs  longer Dumont lived, the keeper of a  ferry that 'bears his name, respected, lt  is said, by the Indians and half-toreedB,  an example of clemency that should ra-  maln uniaue  -got it?"  .POOR  HANDWRITING.  One, of  the  CnuncH Tlint Downed l*n-  1 '     ^    polooa   nt   Waterloo. .  .', ^The'noso of Cleopatra had n marked  influence on the destinies of ,the ancient woj-ld. T��The handwriting of Napoleon ^1.,' we are assured hy. recent  hlstorinns, hnd h similar effect upon  the evolution'of - the 'uio'dern world.  ,116'did-not write;'he scrnivledJ By  reason of this, among"other caused, lie'  lost "Waterloo. Grouchy could not read  with exactness his1 decisive .message.1  Was it "batnlllo'ongngee" (battle is  on), (or "bataillo gagneu" (buttle .'Is  won)? (i '  ��� Grouchy chose the latter significance  and, not believing It necessary to pros*  forward', arrived too late. So much for  the curl of a letter, a pen stroke or an  illegible swell to an "a"." ' ,.  * This question wan brought���forward  hy'riie writing "master ,of the eider,,  Dumas.       ,   , �� d *      '  "Remember, Alexandre," "the mnster,  said to him, "-the great defeat of the'  emperor was'due only to his scrawling  hand. If you wish,.to succeed In the  world  be careful  of your heavy nnd  ^mother, and  tlie girls haven't compa  ny."���Washington Star.  "Woll.^it's mlne^ legally,'but I don't   , ������ "**"  >����� <--u.n.-iui  ui^uui,  ueuvy mm  feci  like using It much except-when   '.vour  light .strokes."    So 'If .Napoleon  r����ti,����� .,���/i   *i,��� ���i_i���  1 .^         hn'd known* h'ow'to write legibly or if  'het had'taken the 'trouble to /do so his  descendants would .reign /today in  France and we< should ' not liave had  the 'republic.*'it appears historically'  established'today thnt Dunlas' writing  master was right. ���- And on such slight  things rests the fate of empires.'  '' >' ,       d       =1*,/       ��� ' ,  Accent 011   the  "Mini."       ,  '/Well," he said dVlng their quarrel*  "I supposcyou'll he wanting a divorce  next."        *        y.     **  ^���Kenlly,".sho*replied coldly,,"I don't^  sec why it,should bo necessary in this*"  case. A" woman doesn't need a'divorce  unless she hns been married to a man."  ���Philadelphia-LeJger. '-  tive as Itself. I'hlsyis liie terrific hurrl  cane caused by, the air tt displaces., It  is no common sight to dee giant'trees  uprooted,1   broken. nm3 "twisted, * the  boughs   'wrcucheil ' froiu " the. ,trunk,  leaves and needles clean stripped from  'the'twigs and the vhry tons wrenched  from,a larch forest befon?ever the^uva-  lanclie Itself lias struck the wood. "    .,-  x  lt Is on still days whefl a'lighted can-,  die will'hardly, flicker In  tlie Icy  air  that the danger Is greatest.   Tho'snow  has been failing quietly j-et b.<}iivIly,forr  several days and has settled on preclp-  Itous'slopes above.tho.v-iljnge to an'im-  niense.deptli. ��� It' needs' but the slightest  and almost Imperceptibly,cause tO'set  it in motion.' Hail tho wind been blow-.  Ing it would neyer un-ve,amassed  to  such  depth's,  hut,'would liave slipped,  down   ln   lesser ' quanttflCB.    On "such'  days the postilion miiUKs,.tho/bells of  his team; tho father will cliide'bis child  for  slamming the 'dopi-,   Throe  enormous avalanches Vero oucei started in  Switzerland merely hy, (Jie sounding of  'lie/'Yisi,'"or tho first bull for church  service. A bird alighting:, au icicle falling from,a rock���aud tbo* monster be-"  gins   his   downward   rush.    A'illagers  sometimes   try   to   briii#( down   nva-r"  Ianches  at  an ndva'ntag&ous" time  by  firing off guns or even by shouting.  , , , ��'*<-!<'iie, but it k  used by modern mo,. ,,,,,1^ ((/>  Ignlite .a long continued wind of?  tremo violence. In Ik-.,uIJlom., J|*  Uie different win.m ftre ^' ��*  ���Might." "gentle," "fr.-m," ��X  breezes. The uou Wa 'w JJ  thcA'^-"strong- wind, ai��] then ���  strike U.e;"gales." ,',.���. ��gllrfl J  Ihrousb, three or f.njr cln^,,8( ^ ��?  aprging !i��l<^ie^liurrirji[,,.��       "���  1  .        ,      Duinim,.,,  ' "Archie's  iiqw initrmiuhUo'iji^   J  .wiUi him onftthe tirst (n,,, aai'*  Uie Arm that sold him n���. m^' ���  ���1 r"Did he recover anviJ|l,|Rv>  .   "Eve^-thing. 1 IwIIb'w. but pneto  and   n    part   of   an   ettr."-cb^��  Tribune.        t, . LblC!t".  ,    HOW'S   THIS 7 ,  W�� offer One HuniJmd Dollars r��.^��  for ��nv  case,of  Catarrh   S'I"W   I  cured ,by. Hall's Catanh Cure        ot ���*  ' w   .?'Jj SHEKBT & ��i- �����>o, av  We.  the underBlgned. hn�� knoifn P i-  Chonoj- for thc  last IE yeiri. infl Lu.-  him , perfectly -hononble i-y i\ \SV�� ' .  trangacuonji/and flnan. uiij &c��� 10 1^   I  out any obllKnt!on��  madi. Sr bii tlrmy-l  '     "'   ��r. ^Id,n,��f'  Klliniiii & Manlii,'    1  -Wholesale  OruKfriati   T0W0 0  -    :Sa",8J.Cat'1,rr,h Curu lj' "'I*6'' totereiHr -  acting directly'upon  the lijooii m4 bS  put   surfaces, of   thp   j-.Mem.   fe��kcj.   .  Jala  sent  froeA' , Ptica,   7'o.    p<;r  ktiU   I  Sold  by  all   Druiopsu P     ���*"*���-'  Take Hall's Family Piiii for CoiuilptUa  " <ji|  rii'inlly  Renembluiicen.  She���Liid you ever seen tho Homer  twins ? 0  IIi^Ycs,  She���Don't you think the boy is the  picture of liis father?  He���Yes; and I also think the girl Is  tbe phonograph of her mother.���Minneapolis Journal. * '  Im   the   ItCKlnulnsr. ,   '  "Yours is certainly nn unusual case,"  said tho lawyer, "nnd it will be necessary to consult a number of books."  "So?" queried the client.  "Yes," answered' tbe legal light, "and  we will begin with your pocketbook."���  Detroit Tribune.  Getting   Alonar.  "Is tliat timid young congressman  making any progress?" asked Grayce.  "Some," admitted- Gladys. "After  talking nbout kisses for a,.week ho  finally asked for leavo to print."���Lou-  lavllle Courier-Journal.  You  TJie   Rrmedy,  "You're  not  in  love,  Itohhie  only think you are."  "Well, how the dickens am I to find  out my mistake If I am mistaken?"  "Ob, marry tlie woman by all means."  The   Oxiirey. .  '     .  Allusion Is often made, ^especially in  fashion journals, to "osprey" reatliers.  Few words have been more loosely  bandied, about than this bird name.'  The Roman author riiny's "ossifraga"  (bone breaker) hns been identified with  the lamniorgeyer, a vulture thnt Is "reputed to break up bones too big for it  to devour whole by dropping tliem  from a height upon rocks. But both  "ossifrage" nnd , "osprey," a newer  form, came to'be-applied to quite another bird, the fish hawk, which Is  now the true "osprey." Yet tho "osprey" feathers ��� more properly egret  feathers,' or aigrettes ���do not como  from this bird, but from tho egret, or  lesser white heron.  The   Sen  Otter.  The sea otter combines tho,hablts of  a seal with the Intelligence nnd amusing character of the otter. When met  in herds far out at sea, which Is hut  seldom now, they are commonly scon  swimming on tlieir backs. They even  eat their food lying in this position ou  tlie water and nurse their young ones  on their chests between their paws, exactly as a south' sen island mother  swims with her baby in tbo water.  When swimming in this attltudo they  even shade their eyes with tholr paws  when thojaun dnz/.les thom.  A  Distinction.  Mistress���ITnve you l.nd any experience with children? Bridget���Nope,  but tbcv have hud somo wid me.  Dirt   Him   11   Favor.  nuntcr-Thnt guide seems very fond  of iimntour sportsmen.  Postmaster-Yes; one of them mis-  took his mother-in-law for a deer last  rear.-Now York Press.  Getting Even,  "We are not allowed to play with the  children across tlie street." '  "Why not?"  ���" 'Cause they are not allowed to play  with us."  She Didn't Go,  "Is Mrs. De Styles going to Palm  Beach?" -'..'..'.  "I think not. 1 overheard her husband urging her to go'"    L    Th�� Results  of  Weak   Blood  Tired Brain and Body and    Languid,   Worn-  Out FeeBEngs-���Cure In  Dr. Chase's Werve Food.  Without Planting It.  "Raise anyUiing in his garden?"  "Well, he raised his voice when the  neighbor's hens came over and started  to givo a scratching party."  a good  He Needed It,  "That man seems  to have  opinion of himself."  "Well,  It's n good thing.    He's the  only one who has lt"  In. the spring the blood 'is lacking inj  the rod. corpuscles wherein is found  tlie, life-giving principles which put  snap and energy into the system���r  making the body active and the mind  alert,'"    y  . If'or lack of red corpuscles in t.ho  blood, the lungs:are weak, the action  of the heart feeble, tlio stomach rails  to properly digest the food, the liver,  kidneys and bowels become sluggish'  and   inactive.  Dr. Chuse's Nerve Food overcomes  these condii'ions because it contains  the very elements of nature .which  ���go to inc.ronsn the number of red corpuscles in the .blood.  . These ingredients are so combined  in this great restorative as to act  mildly nnd gently on the system, in-  sl'illing now vigor and vitality into the  blood aiid nerves and through these  mediums reaching with a beneficial  influence every vital organ of the  body.  Mi'. Albert Saunier,   Willow   Bunch  Mask., writes:'���"1  received  two boxes  of  Dr.   onaso's  Nerve   Food   which   1  & ~ uullci  in nm iinm>^i ��.o^  ordered from you and havo ���round" (o The features  thouchfn In? �� , *^  be an excellent"medicine.    It has    ,-ov ly dlscornlhi;   ��l ,S*rf     �� Wl're Clcar-  on  a splendid treatment for lo-U r ,,�� tin���       <\      ' MiSS B- Cognized  an,i ��� ,- ,������-,������ ���..���!'������ d...��,r .!ir'ul'LclHM them as those of hor fiancee, an-offlcer  In the Indian army.   The effect of this  LOOSE TEELTH.';,;-<    ' *  I     ,'    c- :y-���pp   ,,, , ;'.-*���  Sometime   They ^Are   tji*'^Jle.ult* ot  ..        '   *   *Nervou��  Tronblea.   ' "  He. was an honest denliiit.'and no one'  could have accused -him 'of'tinkering  w,iUi a sound tuolarduii)ui.fl"lt actually  needed attention.-When"ilio handsomely gowned woman^patlimt camo to  him and complained that licr tcith wero  getting loose and .she was afraid siio  would lose them be gave Jiet* some good  advice and charged her JioUiiug, although it was worth a.godd stiff* fee.  ;'"There is nothing In Uie woi-lcl tho  matter with your teeth," ho &j|d. '"Each  one is as sound as a new dollar. But  you should consult a nerve specialist  Evidently you havo beea worrying a  gr6at deal lately."  Tho woman confessed that she'-had.  Her sister bad been very ill, and'she  had been compelled to help nurse hor.  "Quit it unless you wisb to lose your  teeth," commanded the dentist "Also  you should-put yourself under tho caro  of a physician. In'somo nervous dls-  < eases the outward symptom Is a shrinking of tlio gums. This is not nil unfailing sign, however. Some persons  lose their teeth through a nhrivellng 0f  tho gums on account of on excess of  uric acid in the system. litbey drank  plenty of water the troublo* would disappear. I have had several patients  whom I havo cured simply by getting  them to drink plenty of water.*  "The gums are pretty good Indicators  of the general health. Persons whoso  gums bleed frequently think ,Uioro Is  something tho matter with tlieir teeth.  Tlie trouble is constitutional Instead of  local, a good tonic would jmt them on  tlieir feet, nnd this, acconipauled hy  plenty of c*tcrcIso In the optn air. would  stop Uie bleeding of U10 gtims."  A   Photosrrnplilo   -\Vnr-i��in(f.  Tho following story of a young lady  "ving   In   the   country   who   c���,ne   to  l^ondon to be photographed Js told hy  m. A, P. nnd vouched for by a well  known   London   photographer.    After  scrns   dfijs-uiQ- iady.-MlsH-Ji,,   wns  Informed   tho   photograph  -�����   not  a  success, and another sitting wns sug-  (Tested.   This sho agreed to, but again  was informed tliat the photograph was  a failure    There was a third, sitting.  Ia  two   days'   timo   sho   received   an  urgent  letter   from   the  photographer  askln- her to.come up to bis studio  and to bring a friend with ber. *M!ss  u. went, accompanied by hir mother,  and was shown the amazing results of  the three sittings.   The pictures of tho  girl  herself wero  quite  gooil,   but In  each plate there was to be s��eii standing behind  her tlie  figure of a   man  folding a dagger in his uplifted hand.'  "6h, dear," she h.ilf ui.i<.j.(.ri*J, 'Tb  s*> jiumrae I^uiin' hnr.iU- i,uk,> a wuil��  pose I'd he able to make .n-ibudi l,tu  ,"Tliat"s too bad," he i.-plir.]  ','Yes.'''-I you .should viW Ui l.ii. w*  ami I shoiihl trv In -..-r.-iim I dullt'sup-  me."���Chicago   i'OK.fd H.'rai.l. h  ', A ,Tonic   for, the Dcln luffed-Par  melep's t Vegetable    l'ilis   by wins,  mildly 'hut   ihoroughty nn  tiio s����,L  .tions or the body are a ^.tttt.ibfe toa'c,V|  Btimuiotiug*" the    lai;g>nK   orpins ta  healthful' action  and  reittoriDg tttn^  to  full vigor.    They cm til' taken Ij-  grndunted doses and so 'i.s.'d iliat'tbtf  can bd cMscdntinued at any tiiiie *1*  ,  out"the returncof the aliments ihlck^l  tliiey were, used to all.i\    ,  ��-,     .',  ,.       '        * .   .  "* lVHL.��u vol* hate'no s.yiiijiall.j- fa lie . ���  "debi-ivirig poor^'.jisktd tlu 1 ftiun wit,, I  iug (t)v cburity.     , "< <��� d"  ,. '".Me?" replied "the Ji.-*h and grest inra. .  "vYhy.'sir, 1 have nothniK I'.iu -.pi.iJitjVJ  for  Uiem."-^-!Milwakct' f*eiiliin.l. . '  ,,   _   r u. ft-l   . * , ' ', J-  SAVE*THE   BABIES.     '  Mother   nn   iiivestuifiit   of ii renli  now  mny  save your  h-ili-'s hh-   Cm-  ic,   di.'irrhoen   nnd     chol.-iu    liifaii'ui"  carry off thousands of httle ont's ilut-  iiiH   Lho   hot  ue:itlii>r   ui.intli-.    .. 1^'  ol   Ihihy's  Own   'I'lilil.d-- tost    lint   S  couth nnd  thorn is ���.i-miin ^nd silrtt  i'i   this-medirine. 1   (.'iv*-  ,111  oaa*ioi*l  Tiihli��t  to  the  u-olJ  child und jou ��iJ  keep it well,    Oivo tli.-in to tlio 1I1U  if-trouble  coinc*   suili'y nnd  >.o<'lit  iasp and comfort mi-, uniliruif bins-  And  you   liavi*  tin'    gii.n.ui'ii*   "I01  governiiient analyst   th.it    tin*-   'i1���  cine   contains    'ho     jioi'-.iiimi-    "l,ljl*  Mrs.   It.  MetJin,   Mnliia\. .N   >"   *a's  *���"Hahy's Ouu Tahlnf- H>- -' "1"��b'  incflicine    for    sfoiniich    a��id     l^"*'  troubles."'    Sold  by all  ini'dKiii'* ^K  em or hy mail at  'J-i i-ents �� I"'1 lr,M  Tho     Dr.     Williams     M(tin in-     tn  Brockville. Ont.    Kc.'p  t..<  T.ibhts in ,  the hoiiM*.' '  Bill Winters is on<- of tin' lii'n.f-. ��no  uses  his  wit  to  save  his  tin iffiili   lm,  ing a oiiniijing trip  in ihe  'I nno ��*^-  Bill.was   easily   thi-   l.i/n-1   '��''��  "'  patty. * ,,  Finally his evaspnatpd ...ii rv).-W'  hiin th.il if he did n.-t kill -..ihiH"1';  bi'siilcs time they would puk hun "'  homo. " '11  The^ no.\f moriiiiig Bill binmum ��  rifle and weht off 'up 1!"' i''''111"*  Two'hoiii-a l.ilci the nun >" ' l"'' d  Hill rimning down .ijmiii '1- fi''1 ���'"y,  could conic, niul Hose h.-lmul l"n,,'|*  a bear. TJie men \\.m !"��� I 'll1, ' ,;���,  with loaded rifl.*s nmh. " ''''" " 5  tMiinp Hill  tinned and  -dml il-"' l>1!'  When the mon toiil.l ���.���"l- '��'�����" ',,;  one of thom s.nd '.-Hill. ��lu' ol1 \ ,1,  possessed'you fo 11111 ih.n di-.(.i"  "      * ' ^% In 11 \<"i iiiiu'1,1 '���,  1 \v>��r  tin* bear h<> close,  killed   him   011   the   hill   .111 I  *lWI  breath f" .    .,ta  Hill   smiled   slowlv.    "��'"��� *  ll" ,'1'  of  kiUuie  a   bear  111   lhe  ii'"'1' '",= , ,,���  lugging  him   ui  when  j"  i"1 "'   ">  in I" he nsked.  No  Alcohol  In   It -Al<��'i''! "���''*.  other volnt'ile inaltei   wlmli ��"",'  pair     strength     by   cap"!.'!1"  'l  not in  any sliajie enU'i   mt" "���" '" ,  iilacfure of Dr. Thoma*.   IM''IM     ,{  Nor  do  cllmalic chaiig."- ,'n;,<,f,irc|e  is  as serviceable in  tl'i'   u"'''     .nrt.  as  in   the  Ton Id  Zone, pi'ili-'l"- "d,  useful  in the higher lain";!''  man is more subject to col (lb I'01"  posure to the'.elements.'���'  A klckmg^horse may  bo' cured hy IT-  ing one of his fore legs will' n "''.'ijf  the hind leg on the other side. 1 ^  as soon as he ���commences to ltiok,  '��� ���  ��� '���     >rounii ""  and a rim, down system/and i have recommended it.to many people."  Airs. (Jeorge Fuller, Lakeland,M-m  ^���,1.ty,:h~;"1, '''.ni vory 8l:ul to ,)fi !,l)lu io  Mate thai. I havo received great hone-  it I miii   th  use of Dr. .Cliase's Nerve  ���ood.    it has cured    me    of .nervous  ��� headache  from which   1  used  |0 bo a  great   1sufferer    and    I    am 'no .longer  Iron bled with  the    twil.clii,)R,   0f    the  neryes  in   the   arms   and   leK.s   i'|Ul(   J  use., to have as soon as I .went'to bed  In in gralolul   for .this'cure  a���d sh-ill'  always recommend. Dr. Chase's Nerve  I'ood to any one snfferiiiK a.s I have "  'I.    is    interesting    to note vour in-  erense in   weight rrom  week to'week  w .1 e using  Dr.  Chased Norvo  ^  ���'�� cents a box,  at all  dealers   oi-.i.yi-  manson, Bates  &  Co., Toronto.  experience was so great that after a  few days she wrote out to India, breaking off the engagement.  A   Plnf Hend  Aitlnt.  rwenty-six letters of tho alphabet  end n no numerals neatly ehfiwved bo  an ordinary pin head. This nWarently  Impossible font of Infinitesimal etching  has been accomplished by Eubciib  Wronger. 21153 College avenuo, Cl.lcn-  Uo, nn export steel and copper pinto  jngrnvor. IOvery letter and nguro can  he seen plainly through the m-Jeroscopb  J-yts.   It has been placed on esiilhitlon  m a Diibllc museum ha Phlladeilphla.  jerks his front leg off the.. gfo"'"' "  goes down lu h heap.   Two or ^  doses of tliat kind wilt cure the  case,possible.  Sl>ld��"��.  Spiders always como oat of ^  holes shortly before a rain, being  vised by their instinct that ins<*<'*3  fly-low and are'most'easily'tatea     ;  The   fi����C��   Month. .j  The gnat's nioiltli consists of * ��(.,���.  lancet for piercing tiie skin. J''|icflt8  strument is Inclosed '����� �� ...nnp-  sheath, and beneath It there Is �� ^  Ing apparatus for drawing on ^  blood of tho victim. .The P,al . ib>  small that the rod corpusf'BS ��' ��� .  blood -would bo too large (of lu  tern, and It sucks only the ncru"*.  VV    N  j f*tMMh  k;# /
'm Falling
direction of "Viscount Dillon, keeper of
the tower armories, and a famous expert ln these and all kindred matters.
Tlio    viscount,    appropriately . enjughi
ildct Kir "-'MM. W. J. ilBOWK, M«mmu-
pes F»Hl. Wi<. , ii
3I»d» by J. O. in' Co.. Lowell. 31
, PIUS.    -
ciicjuty pectobal.
I ,  ''
fct« About the Htfonan-.Sayers Batti*
Forty-Six Yeawj Ago.'
Jhe great fljfht for the "championship
Enisl.iinl and  tho  world >wm, fought
[■Vrnhorough  on  April  17,  1800, *be-
cn Tom Sayerk of ^London, and J. H.
l-niin.' tho -'HenioSa ,Uoy;,"'an  Amer-
Tho contest, being generally ,jo-
fdi'd   m*   an    International,  trial'/of
|u.-k." extolled tho keenest Interest In
Ih   hemispheres,   and, revived   for« a
$e   the   faded "glories   of   the *prlz«
The "noble" art"ofi self-defence
[«.»<*,   has   been'' lauded   time   after
Ie by Englishmeui _of all classes, and
dn .eonsldered   In   opposition   to   tho
of  the ^treacherous-,knife 'or'   tho
a.1 flrearln, Is not ,>v1 thout Its'merits.
t"hu Times alluded ,toJrthe'B-ttnlr in a
Unp  article,   and-;'Punch j celebrated
occurrence  bv a J'lJay - (atfterfMao-
|ay)   of, Modern' London",'under , the
So of the   "Fight ''of* Say'erlua  "and
jenanius."    .   Dukea'k-ysons/ dcooks1^
M.'peprs and peers', sons ^ere, thero;
irnbei-3    of    Parliament '.In '. plenty:
iiy   men,    authors,    poets,   painters,
pit' clergymen,   "men .about   town,",
inbcra of the fancy,"''a   vast   yar-
ot low life, irianjr of .them open to
Bpiidon,' soma-long'past .suspicion. !.
Sayers  had, met' and  defeated  many
ftho  best  fighters   of  the .lime,   and
only been   beaten onco —■ by, I^at
Ingham, the most'accciinpllshed boxer
^the dayd'Sayers''was" five feet" eig-ht.
lies $n helgrht and -weighed ton stones
pounds.   Heenan stood six feet ona
one-half Inches and waa a power-
hoavywelsrht,, with    extraordinary
r-reaching   arms.    Time   after  time
k'i'rs, was   knocked* down  by;.blows,
fch of which' seemed suftlclont to' »et-
tha'flg-ht, but ho always came'up in
bd,' if grim humor.'and planted blow,
blow on the' American's eyas, and
en succeeded in knocking his oppon-
down!   After flffhting-, 'UAiid  many,
terruptlbns, athlrty-sevon   rounds' in
out^ two    hours ^arul.^rro    mlnutea,-
'  un gotting Sayers Into jiuch a pdsl-
oi<   the   ropes ' that, strangulation
pmed  imminent,   tho ropes  were  cut
| the crowd,  the'police  entered    the
and, amidst the wildest .confusion,'
' combatants*5 were   hurried' offv.the
by* their respeetiyo friends,, Heen-
!all   but blind  and' Sayors' with- his'
it arm'powerless.-'* '     *        *■* *"
["ho appropriation ,of'the stakes and
ars  gavo-rise  to  tho' fiercest * con -
pversy.'  Subsequently,  however,  each
ceived a belt, and Sayers retired from
championship 6n*"Ma.y'30,  i860.    It
gts   been   said   of   "poor   Tom"     that
yith     his   name   was   associated   all
pat   was   bold,   generous,   manly   and
[most   ln   pugilism."     Three  thousand
[Hinds  were  raised  for him by public
ii-lptlon, tho Interest of which was
(gild    to    him    on    condition    that    he
flight no more.   The money was after-
yard   divided   among1   his   children   on
l.elr coming of age.    Ho died  Nov.., t,
fcsdin  the fortieth year of his e.ga.—
L>aro Moments.      <
How They Wero Conducted In the Days
of Henry  VIII. I _jJ	
One of tho events of the London sea-    PUIP, '
son  is'to  be a graphic  representation    CHIEF  «*ARK, MICMAC  INDIAN, OF
of  tilting as  It was practiced   ln   tho ■          PRINCE   EDWARD   ISLAND.
times  of Henry VIII.   This  Inspiriting |
spectacle will form one >of the displays ''  '
»t   nivmnH.11"7 'onrn*men1t t0 *-» h(=ld   Maanlficent Specimen of Manhood Whp
at   Olympia.   under   the   planning  and «■ '
"'   Alms to Be to   Canadian    Indians
What Booker T. Washington  Is to'
the Negroes of the United States—
Won      His      Recent      Re-Election
Through Pure  Reasoning.
What Mr. Booker T. Washington Is
to the negroes of the United States
Chief John Sark of Princo EdwaTd Island Is trying to be to,the Indians, of
tho viscount says, much changed in Its Canada. Well educated'for ono of hi3
significance- from the day*- whf-n such race, of pleasing manner, and the pos-
exercises and displays of waxlike action sessor of unusual shrewdness. Chief
were common. Young men^who asplr- Sark is beginning to ,be recognized
ed to shine ln the use of arms seized throughout the Maritime Provinces as'
the occasion of the proclamation of a ono °' the most public-spirited,men of
tournament to display not only their hls ra<*e. Though only ' forty-seven
proficiency, but also" their magnificence  , vears ot age, tho chief has'exercised
Jhus cried the hair. And a
kind neighbor came to the rescue with a bottle of Ayer'**.   , .....
•     \nnnr       Th<»   hair  wur J^^utea to The Pail Mall Magazine
air Vigor,    ine nair was   -a^ brJg.ht and ,nformlnK artlcIei fu„. ot
laVCd!    In  gratitude, it grew-       rg.ro facts and illustrations, which goes
~~ri   ln-nvv' find with  all        fa*. t0 cl*ar aw^y a nu"»h«T of our mls-
jng and heavy, ana rwiin an      conceptions as to what the an of un-
IC deep, rich   COlor Of early        ing and Jousting used to be.
Ifc.    Sold ill all parts Of th'e    -    - The expression  "a tournament"  has,
/orld for sixty years.
and ability to spend large sums of mon-,
ey ln support of*- it. The tournament
was, so far as those faking part in It
were concerned, only' for the rich, or
at least for the'proteges of the great.
Unfortunately for the. Interests of
truth, the tournament ljas been seizor)
on by the romanaers and other artists
and so disguised with fiction and fancy
that the real thing Is hardly to be recognized In, such works as "Ivanhoe,"
or such displays as tlie Kgllnton Tournament of '1839. While we Hnd tournaments In the reigns of the first-three
Edwards, wo ali*o find'a gToat number
of prohibitions by„thos(i kings of' these
projected-'tournaments. The reason 'for
these prohibitions Is pretty clear. The
assemblage of large bodies of peopl.\
somo of them at least'skilled In tlie
profession of arms, ^could hardly be
-regarded with satisfaction by the authorities when tho position of the crown
,was not as assured, as lt now is. And
again, the call on the nobles and leaders
of men, for service in foreign wars
would not allow of the expenditure of
so .much "energy and money on what
rwero displays of comparative personal
power. Certainly during the great war
with'France we do find b magnificent
tournaments taking place, as,at St, In-
glevert, near Calais,'where for the- purpose ^.safe-conducts'- were ,given, to
knights and others attending. Prols.so.rt
has given us description cf this meet-'
Ing, and 'the splendidly - illuminated
'manuscripts of his works (executed, of
course, some eighty, or a hundred years,
later)y still  present  to  us   some  of the
his immediate authority over the Mlc-
macs of tho Island Province for mora
than ten years, and as there are more
than three hundred of these full-blood-
ad "Amailcans" under his Jurisdiction
(Ot the Wlcmac, tribe of Indians, Prince
''', .Edward Island,) "
it will be seenVth'at his position is no
glories* of  that  tournament as? treated   sinecure. 'Recently  some    ultra-demb-
Gladstone's Grandson Rises,
j William Glynno Charles Gladstone,
p-andson of tho groat Commoner and
b«lr to the Hawarden estate, has been
fleeted secretary of the Oxford Union
•J*elety, a poslilOn which his Illustrious
frandfather occupied • 76 years ago.
foung Mr. Gladstone comes of age In
f.-o or three months, and will then en-
rr into possosslon or the ITawarden as-
Me, which has boon _ managed during
■Js minority by his uncles, Herbert and
Unry  Gladstone.
he Condition  of Thousands  of   Pale,
Anaemic  Girls.        '
"Almost hopeless   is   the  best way
describe'* the   condition   I   was   in
■limit a your ago," says Miss Mamie
jgliiuiieU, of Athol, N.S. "My health
id been gradually giving way until
ii'.-iclied n condition when I feared
wns sinking'into chronic invalidism,
wns ns white as a. sheet, my blood
M'.treiitly huv'ing luineil to water.
Iuni no appetite, suffered from head-
■lii's  and   dizziness,   the   least   oxer
'■ mi would leave me breathless, aud
iippeaiud that 1 was going into a
'i hm'. 1 had seen Dr. Williams
nk l'ilis highly recoinm?inled b>
" iK'wspnpers, anil* 1 decided to give
'■in a tiinl.    lt was  a fortunate (In*
f' i me when 1 came to this decision'
■ Hm pills have not only restored
} lieiijui, bin have ticlually mado me
lunger   than   I   ever  was  before.    1
.rjSSsJ'iw havo a good appetite, a good col-
' '*\'?&b    '  !""'  Ilew  enei'Sy,  and   I am  satis
uui  new  energy,  and
fjjg-* 'd   1   owe   all   this   to  Dr,   Williams
ink  Pills, winch  1  cheerfully rocom
< ml    to   Oihiir   pnlo, ;   l'oublu,      ailing
I  rls." ..'. d.:''v       ,'■".''
l.»i-..Ayill'iams,: Pink. Pills quickly cur-
• I Miss Mannett, simply because they
S1 "iUo tho  new, rich,   red  blood  which
r   '. jSS>' 1:lljlos  lho system to throw' oit dis-
p.    . «*. 1H(>    .U1(1   j,rings". robust  health   ami
K'eil'ulnesH' to   pule,   anaamic  suffer
V    Pr- 'Wliliaiiis'kPInk  Pills     cure
endlessness  just  as  surely   a«   Cood
»'«'s hiinger, and the '-new blood which
'.•-'pills make braces the);nerves and,
* i"j-' mes   rthil   strengthens   every     organ
V-    id, every  part of the body.'    That is
"%   '.'>'.. these pills strike straight at tlio
«.*<   «H.    of    such    common .diseases' as
*V.'   -'ailaches,  sideaclies   nnd   bnckaclies
*il   idney trouble,  indigestion,' neuralgia.
""■■ H'limatism,   St.  Vitus  dance,   pai-nly
K.    nnd    the    troubles    from Which
"inon    aiid     growing girls suffer-in
'('nee.    u has been  proved-'in t.hous
')d.s of cases that Dr. Wl-llinms*  Pink
ills euro after doctors aiid all other
K'liicines have .failed,'   But. you   musl
nt    the    genuine    iiills with tlie full
'iinie,   '•Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills   for
ale People,"  on  the wrapper riround
ich   box.    A.i   liiedieine   dealers   ^iell
>ese  pills  or you  ca.ii   got    them   liy
ni'il  at 50  cents  u  box I or six  boxes
>'■ ?2.50 by addressing The  Dr. AV'il-
'ams'  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville, Out.
. I*
l)y. later artists.'       ,   .  ■
,..To form some Idea of the outfit of a
kn,ight for attending a' tournament, we
mp-y refer to "Petit Jean do Salntre,"
where ,wo find-the following list -of expenses:!, three knights' with fourteen
horses)' nine   squires with   twenty-two
cratlc members of the tribe'began *to
air. their \"republtoan" Ideas in the'
Government reservation at Lennox
Island, claiming' that it jvould be better for all concerned if the chieftainship wore abolished: Such a course
would°,neoessarily he fatal to'the na-
horses, e chaplain-and a chief herald ' tional existence of a roving people, and
with f two horsfcs; two drummers with] this danger .Chief Sark so successfully'
ten' horses,", besides four powerful de- explained that he was Immediately readers'" ridden by pages with two elected' for another term. Though only
grooms to' each, two cooks with throe ! tho actual head of the Prince Edward
horses, a courier, a shoeing smith and j Island Micmacs, the subject of this
an armorer with , four horses, four,,; sketch rhas alvays entertained ambl-
.pack-horses for himself, and* four moro   tious-viejvs  regarding' the  welfare  of
for \hls company,' and twelve,for his
household liesides and for his maitre d"
hotel—In 'all eighty-nine horses:'These,
with^three or -more rich suits of clothes
for the different exercises of the tournament, and, the necessary; varieties ot
armor for horso and'foot combats, and
banners and standards,?not to mention
hIs-weapons,i ^vere- a' handsomo allow-
'anco' for one who' was' not a rich 'noble
but a simple "ccuyer tranchant" to the
king.. It should,*,thowever, ('be noted
that^all" this kit, was provided, by,, a
lady of the court whose protege Petit
Jean was, and whoso colors and de-
yices he wore and celebrated.. , * ,
'As'to" the Queen of Beauty, who figures In "Ivanhoe," and who was reproduced at Eglinton; she is entirely , an
Invention, and in tho accounts of real
tournaments she does not appear.
CLInjrtecben    Is    Unlike    Any    Other
IMncc   Tn  China.
For at least 000 years the town
Clilngtechcn, in China, has been devoted to the making of pottery. Everything In Chingtechen belongs to tho;
porcelain nnd earthenware industry.
The bouses are fqr the most part built
of fragments cither of old kilns or of
the fire clay covers in which the porcelain Is stacked during firing.   The riv-
hls race throughout the entire Dominion! ^Recently he went on an offic'..l
vIbIC to, several upper Canadian, chiefs
and to the Department of,Indlan Affairs at Ottawa.-
- In person Chief Sark is a magnificent
specimen of .manhood. Though tho
physical traits of his race are dominant
in t his faco and form, yet a strain of
hardy French blood can be, noticed in
his''high forehead 'and piercing black
eyes. JIIs official residence is at Lennox Island,* a'beautiful spot" about ten
miles to the west of Summerside, P.
E. I. Here,upon the 10th day of August
every year the chief presides over the
ancient festivities which ushen. in the
feast day of the Micmacs' patron" saint,
SL Anne.
Canadian'Capital In Mexico.
- One of the notable features of present-day progress in Mexico Is the heavy
Investment of Canadian capital in this
country. The Canadian colony here Is
not a numerous one, but Its members
make up ln enterprise whafthey lack
ln numbers. They are a most welcome
addition to the growing foreign population here, for they bring good sense,
Industry, and alert minds, ft is certainly most remarkable that a country
with some 6,000.000 people should be
rich enough to finance great undertakings In> Cuba. Rio de Janeiro, and tho
City of Mexico. It Is, however, 'well
known that the Canadians are, per cap-
,er bank is for miles covered with a , ^ fQ
■deep stratum of broken chlnaware and    & and war(J ,n thQ wor](J_
chips of fire clay, and tlie,greater part
of the town nnd several square miles
of the surrounding country are built
over or composed of a similar deposit.
Chingtechen* is unlike anything else
fn China. Tbe forms, tlie color, the
materials used In tho'butldings, tlie atmosphere, are reminiscent of the poorer
parts of a civilized Industrial center.
There aro 104 large pottery kilns in
the town. Tbe greater part are In use
only for a short season In' the summer, j
During this busy season the population
trade Is Immense in comparison with
their numbers*. This, wo must explain,
Is due to their energy and their possession of.a country abounding in-'re'2'
sources, and to their intelligent exploitation of those natural elements of
Health.—Mexican Herald.
Made   Him   Exclaim.
"Tes, siree!" he exclaimed, ''Mose Is
sure a sick man. He's got exclamatory
"You  mean    Inflammatory    rheuma-
_ . t'sin,"    explained    the   better-Informed
of Chingterfien rises to  about 400,000 ) colored  man;   "do   word   'exclamatory'
souls, but of this total nearly half aro    moans to yell "
de trouble Is—do man j*st yells all de
souls, but of this rotai neariy nun u.iu    means to yen
laborers drawn  from a  wide .area of I      "Yes.  sir.    I know  it  does," quic
countrr   who como for thc season, live    responded  the other,  In  a tono  of
In rows' of  barracklike sheds aud do    elded  c-nvlction. "and dat's Just iv
not bKng their families with them.
Visitors to Chingtechen pass along
street after street where every shop is
occupied by men, women and children,
all engaged In the designing, molding,
painting   or   distributing   of   pottery.
Cucumbers and melons are "foi bid
don fruit lo many persons so const!
luted that tlu- least indulgence is foi
lowed   hy   attacks   of  cholera,   dysen
The river bank is  crowded  for  thrco tery. griping, etc     Those  persons are
,.     I.    ■    i - „im,«- i„;,iini. Tiintprlnl not   iiwnre   lint  llicy   can   indulge  t<
milesi by Junks cl her  "nding material ,    ,        .g co,ltont  ,f t,        ll!iv„ on
and fuel or shipping thc finished prod- ^^  ^ ))()t(In  f)l  D|.   _,   J}   Kpll(,Kg-..
ucL . nvseiiterv   Coid'ial   a   medicine     that
Dysentery Coid'ial a medicine that
will give immediate roliol, and is n
sure  cure for all summer complaint:-.
Go not to a covetous old man with
nny request too soon  In  tlie morning.
before   he   hath   taken   In   that   day's       Representative    Link fit Id    of    Muim
nrev   for his coveton=mess is up before   im*.  intiodujud    to  a  man    foi.n   I'lll
TCy' l^Vut .1  i«   ill 'humor,   but stay . bi..*1-.«iys llw&aiuiday  kve.mig  Post
1   made   some speeches  out   in  youi
town   once,",, sniil   Link-field.'.       .   ..,,'■'  .
"V*es,'l. said   the   Pittsburg , man,..   "I
ran   fiiidoiUco  (hat, year and*was  beaten
bv 7;ooo.    ',  . ■■• ;■•■'-'■■    • ■  ■    :
Heavens 1"   exclaimed   Lit.tlefickl,      'I
him, and be is in lll*humor, but stay
till tlie afternoon, till he be satiated
upon some borrower.—Fuller.
Misery   assails driehes   as   lightning _	
does the highest'towers; or, as a tive alll no(i „anaiiy ao fatal, as thai. I
4i d-„ i.„„,r.r inrtnn with fruit brea'fcs spokn for Dave Mfreer nut in. Qtuaha m
that is heavy laden van  in ■ ^        ,   t,        ,n<li..t    beat,   him    until
its own  boughs,  so do riches destroy
the virtue of their possessor.-Burton.
A   Coincidence.
Mrs. Janson said to Mrs. Lammls in
perfect confidence, "Do you know mine.
is the prettiest baby In the y^Jdr
"Well, really, now, what a coincidence!" said Mrs. Lammls. So is
mine!" ;._	
Cnn.ic  «n«l  Viftect.
"Poor .Tones is suffering from melan-
° "Why, I thought ho was tho editor of
n comic paper."
j   "He Is." :	
Tbo  More.  <he Merrier.
"I want to introduce you to |» Wg
lady-n rery nice glrl-and sho . wortk
Zoltm. In tbe  Ocean.
This eartli received what was probably Its greatest shaking in modern
times when the tremendous volcanic
eruption of KraUatoa, in Sunda strait,
occurred In 1SS3. A curious incident of
that time Is recalled by a correspondent who was a passenger on a steamship on th'e voyage between Colombo
and Albany. King George's sound, some
1,500 or 2,000 miles south of the center
of the disturbance. It was a beautiful
night, and shortly after dinner, when
the deck was crowded with passengers,
the lookout shouted, "Breakers ahead!"
This was in midoce'an, with'no shoal
water nearer than the Australian coast,
five or, six days',( sail (llstant. The
steamer was slowed down, and presently drifted Into a mass of floating
lava and green slime. Bucketfuls were
hauled on deck and strained through
cloths". 'Nearly nil night the steamer
forged ahead at half speed, with the
floating scum grating against her sides,
and ln the morning, when clear water
was reached, the sides of the ship below the water line were bare of paint
and burnished like steel.
The Red  Ho-ivlinir  Monkey.
■ The red howler (Mycetes scnlculus)
is a ,raro monkey' of tho forests of
tropical America. < It is an extremely
delicate animal ancl is chiefly remarkable for the, extraordinary noises lt
makes. The cries lt utters comprise almost any sound from n subdued moan
to an angry roari nnd it is hardly 'Conceivable that they should proceed from
* single animal.. This is tho animal
called red monkey by Waterton in bis
"Wanderings In South America," where
an' admirable description of its weird
cries mny be read. These sounds are
produced in .a bony, cavity formed by
an enlargement of tho hyoid, or tbnguo
bone. In appearance tho red howler Is*
an elegant little creature, well/clothed
with', hair of a reddish, brown color.
Liko the spider monkeys, It is provided*
with a long, prehensile tail', tho under
surface of which Is naked, toward tB'e^
tip, but it'differs'1 from those monkeys
in,, having well developed thumbs.—
Westminster Gazette.
Ona  W»r to, Get   « Soar.'        <    *
"There are ways and* ways of getting
things," 'said'they'old secret service
man, "but I wouldn't recommend some
of them to a Sunday schooloclass.' Now,
I knew professionally a-reformed confidence man! I won't say, how deep tho
reform went, but officially ho was reformed and occupied a pretty respectable position., in tho, community. ' Ona
day I met tfiis chap on tho street, and
I had something to say, to him. 'Seo
here,' I domanded, 'is this your adver-,
tlsement in tho paper offering' a regard' of .$5 for tho return,' of a" lost
dog?' -'Sure!' said he.->'But you don't
own a dog,' said, I. Ho grinned. 'Tou
mean'I didn't own a dog,', ho corrected.
'But 1 do own-ono now—tho handsomest 'English bulldog "you over laid
your eyes on, and ho cost just 53."
Imagination   and  Judfrment.
Dr. Eaton, president of Madison university yoars ago,'was beloved by the
students and hls->goodt*opinion courted
above all things. Ono commencement'
day the student,who had delivered tho
valedictory approached tho doctor and
timidly asked him what ho', thought of
the effort. Tho doctor looked at him a'
moment and then said slowly, "Ed-'
ward, If you would pluck a few of the
fe'athers from tho wings of your imagination and stick thom In the tail of
your judgment, you would mako better
speeches." , '     .
Talleyrand'M  Thirteen  Oath*.
t Talleyrand took < thirteen oaths of
fidelity—to Clement XIII. when he entered holy orders, to Clement XIV.
when he became bishop of Autun, to
Louis XVI. In 17S0, to tho kin and tha
constitution, to tho directory ln 1703,
to tho directory in 1700 as minister of
foreign affairs, to the three consuls, to
Bonaparte solo consul, to Napoleon emperor, to Louis XV HI. in 1S14, to Louis
XVIII. at tho second restoration in
1813, to Charles X. in .1824, to Louis
Philippe in' 1830.
For, one who has a million ._;
Tlio -world looks mighty blue.
'  No one Is so unhappy, "    ""-
If what we-hear Is truo.—
~,~£ldetracke<i ar* all thair pleasures
Or dumped Into tho ditch.
They really are distresslnp,
1    The troubles of the rich.
Thu Joys of common peopl*
Are not for such as they.
The fun  that comes from wonderlnj
Tho rent they're going to pay.
Nor can they with their money
Tho satisfaction feel
Of wondering- whero they'ra goinsr t»
Another modest meal.
They miss the erand excitement
That comes to other men
Who try to make a dollar bill
Perform the work of ten.
And In their dull existence
For them is not the thrill
Connected with sidestepping
The fellow with a bill.
For these and other reasons
Tholr Uv«» are full of woe.
And sorrow 1» their portion.
For don't they toll us so'I
If they would only let us,
How claidly would wo short
As many of their troubles
A* they could really spare I
A Few Hitches.
In China we are told that everything
is exactly contrary to what lt is in
western lands.- -This may be, true of
their writing, which starts at,tho bottom of the page and runs upward, and
also of their thinking, but we can suggest a few cases where the rule will
not apply.
For instance, tho Chinaman does ndt
point the butt of the gun toward tho
enemy and the barrel toward his shoulder when he wants to shoot, or at least
he doesn't do that way'more than once. •
, 'If he wants to travel on one of thb
new railroads he does not! get on at
his destination and get off at the starting point, at lonst be doesn't If the
conductor Is looking. And If ordered
by the doctor to soak his feet he does
not stick his head, in the bathtub. Oh,
there is some hope for him, If ho does
insist that it is literature when a cyclone spatters nn Ink bottle over a
sheet of white paper.
Ancient   Wnrfnee.
At the siege of ."lern-sale-.n by 'Titiim
the captive Jews were crucified by tne
Romans'in such numbers that, as Jo-
sephus savs, there was no longer wood
of whicli U> make the crosses nor space-
for tliem to stand.
They Give a Faint Idea of the    Awful
Immensity of Space—Where tho
Planets Belong.
Some people find a curious difficulty
In mentally distinguishing between
stars and planets. Again and again
they hear that star3 are suns and that
planets aro worlds, that a sun is not a
world and that a planet is not a star,
and their confusion of mind on the subject remains untouched.,,Vet the distinction Is not really difficult to grasp,
and to seo lt clearly Is quite essential
to any understanding,of the heavens.
Our sun lsua star, brother to all thoso
twinkling points which Ile scattered
over the night sky. Our world is not a
atar, but -a planet, sister to the few
shining but non-twinkling bright bodies
which appear to wander slowly among
the stars. The planets belong to our
solar system—all of them, without exception, that we are able to see. Other
planets belonging to other stars may
and doubtlesB do exist In countless
millions through the universe, but wo
have no power to detect their presence. They, like the planets which belong to our sun, shine by the reflected
brightness of their particular star, not
by their own intrinsic radiance, and so
they cannot be seen at a .very great,
distance. Any watcher with eyesight
and telescopes such as ours gazing
from the region of any,star in the sky
outside our solar, system-would see
nothing whatever of-the planets or the
moons of our system. He might'make
out/ihe sun as a moro or less dim star.
He^would not be able to detect Jupiter
or Saturn, still less our little earth.
// And it must be remembered that
/fvery single star In the whole universe
jljies outside our solar system, with only
one exception. That exception is' our
sun. So by the solar system ,we mean
the little family or, kingdom of one
star, known to us' as the sun, and that
star is1 one of tens of millions' of stars
which all together, make up the enormous stellar system, and that,stellar
system is doubtless one'of very maty,
perhaps millions, of stellar, systems,
all of which/together make up the created universe,' using that word ia its
older and' not in its more modern
sense.—Chambers' Journal.
(/ - fixing the, Blame.
'"'Do you believe'In hoodoos?" asked
the superstitious person"' '
. "Well," answered the man ,who had
failed?to make good in ,a, dozen T different enterprises, "I've got to preserve
my-self respect,  you  know."
\ llroke   Ui»  tlie, Cnnl   Pnrtjr.
• It was an extremely' pleasant and
quiet card*party at the house of tho
Misses Isaacson in Priory road', Hempstead, until the butler cam© upon tha
scene with lemon squash and glasses.
Tho Misses Isaacson aro two ..maiden
sisters who a. fortnight ago engaged a
new butler, a young and good looking
German,*who brought with him excellent, testimonials aud was known as
James. James was a splendid servant
until the night of the.,cardlparty, which
consisted entirely of ladles.' The ladies
were' cngross<*il, ln„ a game of poker,
and Jarags' waa supposed to be pouring
out the lemon squash, when there was
a sudden crash of glass In the room.
Every one stopped'playing and. looked
up'alarinod. But" befpre any one1 could
grasp the situation James had pounced
upon therpok'er table,' grabbed up tho
gold' silver and' purses * lying thereon
and fled, locking the floor behind him.
And now the police are in ^search of
James.—London Mall.
"   $1,000   PILE   CURE.
A Thousand Dollar Guarantee goes
with every bottle ot" Dr. .Leonhardfs
llem-Roid. J
George Cook, ,St. Thomas, Ont.,
writes:— '   . .
"Dr. Lconhnrdt's Tlem-Roid 'cured
me of a very bad case of piles of over
ten yoais' standing. I had tiJied everything, but got no permanent cure
till I used Hem-Roi'd. 1 had blind-and
.Bleeding Riles, and suffered everything. Dr. Leonhardfs Hem-Roid
cured. mo perfectly.'-
Ilem-Roitl removes the cause of
Piles. 51.(i0. All dealers, or the
Wilson-Kyle Co., /Limited, Niagarn
Falls. Ont. ,. ,
_l*ropiietor of lesoit hokl in his wife
—Got iiinme, von'ie foigntieu to givt
.V.i. 12 his bill"
Wife—Von'ie mueli mistaken. L look
:t to hi*, muni ten  minutes ngo.
1'iopiictni—Then 1 gutss. you've mad*
a mistake in your addition. No. 12 was
■jiiiging befoie you s.iw him. and he has
not" lelt oft since he's had his lull.—
l'ele Mele.
Mother Graves' Worm Hxtenhinat-
or is pleasant to take; sure and effectual 111 destroying worms. Many
have  tried 'it with best, results.    ,
' Queer thing, isn't it?" lemarkei] file
thoughtful  thinker. >
"Wh.u's ipieerf" asked the other
paity  to the  dialogue.
"Ili.it the sctond hand on a watch is
ia   reality   the   thiid."—Chicago   Neiis.
To Prevent is Better Thau to Repent.—A little medicine in the shape
oi'" the wonderful pellets which are
known as Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,
adininlsteied at tho proper time and
with the directions adbeted to olteu
prevent a serious attack of sickness
and s.ive money which would go to
the doctor. In all irregularities of
tin* digestive organ.'* thev are an in
valuable corieetive and by cleansing
the blood they clear the skm of 'impel lections.
The Army of a Dream.
Some timo apo itr. Rog-er^ Pocock
>«Toto a book called: A Frontfeisman,"
which had a sood many ideas In It,
and was a vivid story of tha advon-
turous Ufa of a true son of the empire,
a typical member, of tho "Legion that
never was Misted." From ' that book
comes' tho title, from its author comes
the idea, of tho Legion of Frontiersmen
in process of, accompaniment. Just as
"All SOrts and Conditions of Men," by
Besant and Rico, wad tho origin of the
People's Palace In the east eridyjust as
from'Charles Reade's "Never Too Late
to Mend" dates a strong movement of
prison reform, so from "A Frontiersman" dates the inception of the Legion
of Frontiersmen. The Legion is the
army of a dream, and the growth of that
dream is traceable through the pages
of an autobiography which already
ranks as a classic in the annals of real
adventure. "A Frontiersman," and seven other books by the same author, are
now to be published in aid ot the patriotic fund i|or the establishment of
tho  new  corps.
Warts On Cherry Trees.
A correspondent of the Chicago Inter Ocean says that the, best remedy
for black warts or knots on cherry
trees is to cut off the warts and then
burn them. When this can bo dona
without serious injury to the tree cut
off the warts and paint tho wound with
a coat of thick bordeaux mixture
Clothes   washed  by  Sunlight   Soap
cleaner and whiter than if <washed
any other way.
Chemicals in soap may remove the
dirt but always injure the fabric.
Sunlight Soap will not injure
j|*\the most dainty lace or the
hands that use it. because it is
absolutely pure and contains no
injurious chemical?.
Sunlight Soap should always
be used as directed. No boiling
or hard rubbing is necessary.
Sunlight Soap is better than
other soap, but is best when
used in the Sunlight way.
Equally good   with, hard or
soft water
^e» OOO REWARD  will  lie paid ,
-4>j,v»v/v/ (0    a^j.    poi-Mm    who
proves tliHt. tiunlinht Simp contain*
. mij" InjurlnuH rliemloaU or n.nj form
01'a.lulu-nulon. ,
tever, Brother* Limited, Toronto
Intellectual Drlnka,
"Tea and coffee ' are drugs—drugs
solely," said a chemist, r "They stimulate the brain, and tlie reaction from
tho ' stimulation Is hot perceptible';
hence- tea and coffee aro excellent
brain" spurs. For a little , while they
do actually make us more Intelligent
than we naturally are. That Is why they
aro so popular. It Is why we chemists
call thom intellect!-"! drinks. Alcohol,'
whether it be taken in the''form of
champagne or beer or whisky, is not
an Inteftectual drink, but the" opposite.
From the beginning alcohol stupeQts
instead of enlivening the brain. But
lt, makes us talk! If it'were not enlivening how should it^mako us talk?
Alas, alcoho*i makes us talk, but we
say under Its Influence tlio things we
should not. Alcohol dendens the inhibitory, the prohibitive.centers of the
brain. It stupefies the brain* muscle,
which knows what things should'not
bo told,, a'nd hence, while drinking we
talk; but, oh, tiie things, we say, and,
oh, how wo, blush In1 the cold gray
light of the morning after to remember
what we said!"
"Tarry"   Gonld'n  Lang   Crntae.
"Tarry" Gould 1 was a well known
character ln and around Danvers years
ago, but very few- knew "what gave
him tho nickname of ''Tarry." Ho was
very fond of telling about the long sea
trip he enjoyed when a young man. It
seems'he thought ho was tired Jiving
ashore, so ho,went to Danversport and
shipped on a coastlng'yschooner bound
for Philadelphia. Ho. used to say, lc
tolling his story; "I did' expect to en-
Joy that trip so much. Well, we cast
off from tho wharf, and started" down
river. When we got, to Beverly bridge
(a mile or so from the wharf)' I made
up-my mind that I had got enough, of
It, and as we passed through the draw
I climbed to the bridge and started for
home, and, if you will believe me,, 1
could not get a wink of sleep tbat
night until they throw water on the
outside of my * bedroom windows to
make lt seem  I was aboard  ship." -
Derails   From tbo  Sea.
"There is often found at sea a life
bolt or some sort of a life preserver
floating on the water that bears the
name of the vessel to which lt belonged," said a veteran saa. captain.'
"'As soon as it Is reported there is at
once a great amount of speculation on
the part of thoso Interested ln the ship
as to whether tho vessel is safe or not.
Thls,dncreases to alarm If the ship Is
any way overdue. In most Instances
the preserver has been washed from
tho deck by a wave or has fallen overboard, and the alarm 'Is entirely without foundation. I-remember an instance in which my boat broke a crank
shaft. Wo were eleven days overdue,
and we wore given up for lost because
a raft tliat should have been fastened
on the deck was washed overboard and
picked up by a faster liner. I have
sometimes thought it would be a good
thing if these minor articles wer» not
South   Sea. Island   Cmtomi,
When ca south sea island mother
wishes to chastise her child sho seldom
resorts to slapping, and slippers, of
course, sho has none. Instead of using
tlie forms of punishment customary
among civilized mothers she pulls tho
child's hair or bites some part of the
body, generally the fleshy part of the
arm. Iu wandering about the village
one sees many children having 011 their
bodies scars produced by wounds Inflicted by their mothers' teeth. When
a mother wishes to caress her child
she deftly draws her thumb across Its
eyebrow or cheek or gently seizes Its
cheek between her teeth. Tho rubbing
of noses is also u mark of affection
among the Klugsmill islanders, as it hr
among tho Maoris of New Zealand,
Hannd   and  Mnnnder.
Neither maund,' a basket, nor maunder, to whine or grumble, is obsolete.
Both are still in common iise in South
Notts nnd Leicestershire, at any rate.
The former, is used only, however;, of
a particular kind of basket, used ' for
carrying butter to market. The basket
Is nearly square in shapS* and bus two
lids opening from the middle part,
where the handle is, and it is called
the "butter tunwu" (maund).. Maunder
Is usually heard In such sentences as
"What are you maundering- at?" A
Northumbrian will say, "He's a maundering old fool," when the man of
whom he is speaking strings words together in a senseless sort of way somewhat akin to maudl'ug—London Notes
aud Queries.
Clover As a Soiling Crop.
Clover can be used the season
through as a soiling crop for dairy cattle Many farmers have a small patch
of It or have it growing in the orchard.
If this is handy to the cow barn It Is
but a small task to feed green clover
to the cows a,t least once a nay.       ,,
, <  ' Plenty of Warning.
"WTnsn't it awful thu way Bluebeard
acted V
, "Still,' what, could Women expect
from a man with that kind of whiskers V"u ' • '
Doubtful Compliment.  ''
"Do you think he will ever make a
writer",'"-       '    '
"Well,   he  has, an   ear  plenty  large
enough to bold a pencil." '
A La-rrye'r 'Drenied  Hyde.'
Not many persons «xe aware how
preatly indebted James Hazen Hyde la
to one of his lawyers for the good impression which be made before 'tha
Armstrong insurance committee. Mr.
Hyde's sensible appearance before that'
committee did more than anything else
to dispel the popular prejudice against
his eccentricities. This 'lawyer practically dictated to Mr, Hyde what ha
should wear while on the stand. Ha
made the young mnn discard his customary buttonhole bouquet, had him
brush his .hair dowu flat instead of
pompadour and ordered blm to wear an
old, simple looking suit of clothes,
ltesult—Tbe cartoonists nre wondering
yet where they got tho Ideas for> tlio
extravagant pictures they made of tha
young insurance man.     ,     ,
Why go limimig and  whining aboutr
your corns when a 1!5   cent bottle  of
Holloway's   Corn  Cure     wnJ     remove'
them?    Give   it  a,-trial  and  you 'will
not regret it. ,       ■     ■
"Kathei,". said tin; hinall boy, "what
is  a   pessimist J"     t . '.
"A pessimist, my son, is a man who
when the home .team ' wins kicks because the seoiu wasn't larger."—Washington rit.11.'"  ' _ , .' <
. . .'—  *■ y 1
Sunlight Soap is better than other
soaps, but is best when used in the
Sunlight way. , Buy Sunlight Soap
nnd  lollow directions. h
Oyater Bed*   & In  Pompeii.
There was a calamity of tho Vesuvius
eruption which was uot chronicled, .at
ileast by cable. That Is the extinction
of the Neapolitan oyster. The bay of
Naples produced an oyster esteemed
by epicures as the choicest in all Italy.
For tlie ,present nt least tho Neapolitan oyster Is an extinct -species. According to Trofessor Doru, director of
the aquarium of Naples, the ashes from
tho volcano falling In the bay havo'
covered the bottom to such an depth .
'that every oyster, in tho beds , was
smothered and the beds themselves
hopelessly buried. _ .[■
"Just tlie   °
For  a "bite at bed-time,1
what could be better than a
glass of milk and
Cream   Sodas
Canada's finest crackers,
from Canada's finest bakery.
Crisp, inviting, delicious. In
the air-tight boxes, that keep
them in faultless
,   condition.
Sold by all Druggist* nnd Genoral Store»
and by mall.   ..
W     IM     U     No.    593.
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'^I 5#  -X^  fcKrt^rsHiuijE:  i /i"  ^iF d-|fe;  ..-%;&y  Im  ffc��U  Ski  ; .*  yi-ft-m-rprhi-i  tri^d'i"!' ��r*-*  SM}tstM>:.  ��.-lil'  .-���'  ftt.lfWf^'t  ,-     H��- .l?*.m,n "I  y/.n-'-Jidd  i-y.% 'i.ui r,  a -*��� ,.<..'.;: ���  ,"> " ," "��� rC-"*; ;J  '...-.-1 \il   *���;  't*      V-  *i.       "�� ,*i   *      r  jCm?    jr?-*!^.  dyidJ^K  '���j     -"M CKf* "*  iA_-    -\*}  ^   *���"     .  -d.^'^v*  ? ...... .'f.fj H'.'s  d>V"j,fciy -  -! dvd^i-k  *,t'  IK !'"C[,  IP',  ' ���' *- id -(  > *'  ���    .I*"',  , , i-  v<  ��� ����� t.  TBE f (ME IBADBB.  ' V *  THE LEADER. 5TOYTE. BRXTrSTt COLUMBIA.  ^ ������r  P tblisbed jn the intent of the people  ol Moyie and East Kootenay.  Morfe*t    Claim J        Often   r  ('out Ictiou.  When.Majciir, the famous gun "inventor, placed liis gun before a committee of judges, he stated its carrying  .ixio.vp.  !-*PKf,  ,t��38 'Yt-ar.  Kate* or ��n��scRirTiON.  "  ("���    ,  .SATURDAY, JULY 'JS, 190G.  ..?2.00  f. j.su)'th#co rubiuuenu | suit of the trial   was  therefore  a eur-  1 prise, instead of disappointment. Ii  is the same with the manufacturers of  | Chuinbt-rhiiu's Colic, Choh ra and  Diarrhoea "Remedy. They do nut  publicly boa-t of all this remedy will  ���iccomplish, but prefer to let the users  make the statements. What thev d'u  claim, is tlint jt will positively'cure  diarrhoea, dysentery, pains in the  stomach and bowels ami 1ms never  been known fo fni!. For sale by tbe  .Movie Drug it Stationary Co.  Diamonds  i. o. o. F.  WI-d��y Lodge >*o. 44.  I Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  power to be much below what  lie felt   hal-  oa   Victoria street.   Sojourning  The re- OJd Fellows cordially invited.  tiie gun s-o.uld  accomplish.  R. T. Hoivabp,  Noble jQlrand.  F.'J. Smyth,  Secr'y.  The lrf*8t policy is  p.iij  up  life  in-  eu in nee. "  Tlie "lid'.' id otdn Portland, and lhe'  Jpwn is again wide open.  ��� ��� ���     ���   ���     r      r v  Taking things as they   come���ihatV  ivhal Adam did when he married Eye. j'    N��  One   WflO    fldlliireS  diam-   ,��� V-. londs need have any  hesitation  , 1? .'.'.'.I5 ,frtCe *-f s0 m��py afcidents it labout buying as many as Hiey  wnnlil seei;;   cow   ttiat   die   only-   safe    .������  ��������   ,'      .' "      .,' ,  i- ',      ,, ' can afford,  for thev re almost  uuy io travel is to walk. ' ��� -- '   ,   r  as safe to buy a�� gold dollars.  We hive a  fine    selection of  St. KilgL-no r.o.ltre No. 37.  K. of P:  Meets every Thursday  -vening    in    McGregor  iiall at S   r.'clock.    Visiting hrotiiers invited.  G. H. bism.Av,       G. W. Ouchajid,  Cliancellor Coin. " K. It. and S.  ?��� ' ' ���'      I     in  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No: 71   W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor iiall every Saturday 'evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of  Table Board.  J. A. GOUPILL, Propr.  Wit. J. Fei.th^st,  President,  Til os. E. Kelly,  Secretary  [MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  diamonds this summer, and we  are showing -the, very' lalest  styles in pins, rings, broo"ches  etc. When you want a diam��  pud don't forgst.      y  H. VVILSONl.  ..    w.  Jeweler.  CRANRRObfC, B. C I  , Everyhpdy cannot he as rich as  Russell " $age, hut sooner 'or later  everyone will ln> *n3ta8 dead.'   0    -  ,   J r-.- . ��� ,  " ,  I ,. ' r     , '  Stand up for'houie trade.    Build up  * i  1 pvtry indu try of your   own   town   in  ��� preference to ihat of ot hi r places.  Jt fook several yeais lor   Dreylus   to  establish, hi/"    innocence.    JJrohnhly j ' jrorjuicT  "Moyer,  H.iyivood  mid   Pcttibono, wili      N'oi'lfceiilicreby uheti  th*! ��t tin* ex pirallori  ,' ' i-'       ���'-���." -, , j or 3l).liiv81 Intond lo��ii|i|>!y to the -Moviy   Wntoi  have IO JWS&'-tlirOUgJl a Ijke Ortleul.        '-Ho.l.i, for mluplicatu certificate of No. 02  for  O . '     ' ��� . J'ift'i.'iatesof'htoc';  '    fobbing. Peter   t'o-  p.yy,P.iul. was J "''  "    ,; '    joir v.v.va ne^on*.  never more foi cibly  exemplified   th.-in i    AdminlsiVatrls of tuewtmeoi ,Jacob xtl��on  ���r'   '-'-������ '       '"   ', v    '   .     " J (lercHMiil      ., - - ,       .      ,  in tlie Valuing of fire insurance rtjtes in      Datuii;   Sacramento,' California, "July dtn     YV'    E    GrURD'*  '  '., "���  ���  ' ,',.   , d .        .       J90G.    ' ' ' .    ' ��  other cities to pay ofi .*>aa" Francisco e  loeses.���rKan8. a Citv Journul.  MARKETS  In   all   the, Principal  Cities and , Towns   in  British Columbia-  ,  MOYIE, B, C. .  P. BURNS & CO  r,WH01.BSAIJ* ANO    RETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS  Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh ,  FiBh, Game  and Poultry.   We  supply only   the  best.     Your  trade eolicked.  THE CANADIAN BAN?  OF COMMERCE   *  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    jReserve Fund, $4,500om :  HEAD OFFICE,   TORONTO ,|  6. E. WALKER, General Manager       ��� ALEX. LAIRD A��t  r   .. ' '  ,      ,  .  ���"       ���   ,ySSt-CenlMaaifej  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND Itf  yHE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  MAIL  BANKING W  Business inay be, transacted by mail with any' b  of the Bank.   Accounts inay be opened, and den^  made or withdrawn by mail.   Every attention ia\T^  to outnof-town, account^, pai^,  STOP AT THE,  COSMOPOLITAN  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  F. C MAIPAS,,  .Afccls firut WcJnt'flday of each,'month.  DR.  irAKVIE,   '       J. IE. JEA.WKJS,  , Worthy Pros. ,  Worthy. Secr'y!  Harvey   &    McCarter,  \'     ' ,,,' '    '     o       -  WlltOi _ .   ,a ������ ,.    .'    '        '-.-r . _  ny for      Barristers, Sohcitorfl���Notarle/;, Etc.  Hutu fi j ' '      '     c '  Cranbrook,,  B. C.  L��� 1-1 ���'���-.  The Cranhrook Electric Light cont-  p��ny showed   u   mcjet    cpiniiientlahle  .   .,   '        '    . . '   ,        '    , .  .     ,  and generous spirit when   it  presented  - the fire bn^-ide with a cheque for .fiiOO  as recognition uf  tlie  members' work  fn .caving its property froindeitruction j  hy   fjre last    week.    Others    received  .y.it.D,i'.u���ea-,e,'���;ons ���,;,;.���, ^ g_ Stewart ;S..Co.  ,   b  ;    BUY YOUR,  Tb^accos.  .   ' FUOM'   '    -   '     ,'  Pi  ��NfAIN.'PENS  IT'S LIKE HANDING-YOU MONEY  . ' ' II     , ,~ -    -.  to sell you one of our fountain   pens.  They save lots of time, ami time, you  know, ia money.   The pens we handle  are the, kind that  d .WHITE RIGHT ���  all the time. Once filled, they aro always reacly.for service..- They won't.'  leak or refuse'to feed tho ink or fail in  any particular, (Try one' of the niod  eratoly-priced kind.and see what you  havo been missing..  FURNITURE!  WHEN IN  CKANBROOK  r< '  E. H. SMALL, Manager.'  Good roopis, good tables and bar  ' -and  (Jrst class saipplo rooms.  ���^���.  BARBISTEK, SOLICITOR. KXC.  CRANBROOK.  B. C  nig Wesley Clint* and M mrice  Quain.  It 'e  seldom   thnt a retiiing 'mint*  'manager   .receives ihe   expressions  of  .praise an J good,'will that Janiejs Cion-  in���''in.s   received.     A!s   tiie   Phoenix  Pioneer ��y��,'-British Columbia' needr  r,    *. k 1 i  jQore men of the Cronin stamp.    It  i,-  -.i Oobu. thing lor the employees, a good  ,'thing for the companies,  and   ii   good f  C. H. DUNBAR a.   ,  Burriater, Solicitor, NotaryPublic, Etc  ',  Cranbrook, B. C.  The io/ie Drag  and Stationery Co.  P. FOSSOM  Agent ..for   Orow-s'   N'.st  ���   Steam Laundrv.  DR. F. B. MILES,       ���*  1 ( ' '  Cranbrook, B;Vc.  ,i George R: Thoinpson,  ,    , <Barp.istkr, Solicitob,'1 No-  /      t,ary Pumjc, <ib.  .   ,    '! "      -. ,  '  **  CRANBROOK. ., vBhitisii Columbia'.  I)E9ACLN*rKR EHtlS,    i'roin  thing ior, the mining  industry   gener-I'"'*.���'-*e   ^"."P^   toimx    iu   connection  that ,we ' have .such - men. ' May ! y "' h��^ '��T co-m.���e���ld r��e��-   ^edi  ���    of aocommodationa.  ally  ;hci'r tribe inc)-ease."  - RuBsell Sa&e iu gone, but hie monev  reiutiinp^   Mr. Si'gc'o great reputation  was that of an economizer.   He often  ileeltred that $lU 'r.nj efiQugh for  any  man to pay for a suit uf  clothes,   and'  >tiat a 50  cent  straw   h!it  should   be  woru  at jfcusi' two  seasons.    And   lit-  ^���ligiously  pracitced   what   he   preached.    He never smoked and his   only  arimulant in recentyeara was a  thimbleful of whiskey junt before   retiring  He had but one great hobby���to  o-vn  and drive fast horses.  Headquarters   for   Commercial and MipingMen.  QUEENS   AYSKITE,  MOV  B,   B. C.  \Yfli. Jewell-  Express and Gener-.  al    Delivery   Business.     Livery  and  Feed Stable. ]  Lnave Orders at  GWynne's Store.  MOYIE British  Colum'.ia.  w,;r. beatty   ".,-", *  "  ' Embalmer and Undertaker,   -  Phone 89.   ' '   CRANBROOK  BREAD,  ,    CAKE,  PASTRY,  ICECREAM, ,  ALWAYS ON HAND.  y>   < .    - *   "   -'.  ,   Meals ai air'Hours.^ .  International- Hotel.  6. R.SrRANGE,  J * T      I J  Contractor and Builder  ''    '"' PLANS AND ESTI-     ���  d MATES FREEd.  Applv   af     ��� *.  1  ...     .", ' 1 ���- .   ,  M'rsi Gorman's ��� Board-  ��� " ,    ing Mouse. ��� \ ; ,  4 <C '      *  '...  E.G. GWYNNE:. '  /-.-  >: * '   "'     'm ' *.'       '       "  Cigara, ^ , Tobacco, Confclionery  , ��y     .' '       Eruite, El^j  FARRELL'BLOCK",  James Crcpip is the   most   successful   mine   manager  Biitish  Columbia  has ever tied, and yet ho  nevt-r attended a mining sqhool a ilay in, bis  lift-.  Cronin gained his experience by   h ird  knocks, and above all he  is  endoweJ  ffith    what    might   be  termed   good  "horse seme."    Cronin  is  a   success,  while hundreds of college bred mining  ?nen are failures.    This bears out   tlu  theory of   Editor    Lowery,   who   ^ay.-j   !  ;hat"A tool with a  college   education j  i= worse ofi than a wi^e man who can  j      Lfc.T.-j TAKi  not raad.'"  '"WHEN YOU SHOOT  / Vou want to HIT what you are aiming at I  ���be It bird, beast Or target.    MaLe your I  shots count by shooting the STEVENS  I  For 41  years  STEVENS   ARMS   have'  carried o�� PREMIER HONORS lor AC-  CURACV.   Our line:      ^ ^  Rifles,*Shotguns, Pistols  McKltLOF  .'ASSiSLYEH.  NELSON,  CJkHfoMikM  Jn&ds* *    i3L  , "eail'way  '7;  ��� - Winnipeg.,.���.:*.  EXHIBITIciN.;  '  . ���*        ������'' ��� -   -,,.  . '  ERO.M, CRANBROOK   �� .  '^$19.55"-  * - -     '',   *   -ii,  ROUND TRIP  0n: Sale July. 20,. 2,7  ., i  Grood to return till Aug.-2  '.   ,NEXT SELLING .DATES      '  OfnnmT nvnnnnTnw  Cranbrook Cd-Operatjve.Sldres  '''���-' -LIMITED./'.  ���.    ,       V-  d      ' *    ' 4     ' ���, . ���  ��� , ���    -      <       ��� >  Funeral Directors and  ,  - . -   -   ' '.,.   - ��� - , i--11   ,     .     ���  Embalmers. '    i ���  . j!?1 Pi t t r.t ,n'\ir*  f.i\    d  D  w ^  y'-  ,.   ���:     WINDOWS.  AND   DOOKS-  Made in British Columbia.  MOULDINGS , "TURNINGS., BRACKETS, f  ,    Detail Work a Specialty with Ued  LUMBER   LATH   SHINGLES,  . Sbipmouls in Straight aud Mixed Carloads.  -i t  B. C  Aslc >our Dealer���In-  sice on the Stevhns.  If you cannot obtain,  *e    ili[p   direct,   ex-  frest fref>a\dt upon  receipt of caulofniTlce  Send 4 cts. In stamps  for iio-pairo Catalog  or complete output. A  ���\aIuabIebookofrefcr.  ence for present and  prospective shooters.  Beautiful three-color Aluminum Hanger will  be forwarded for -jo gents in stamps.  J. Stevens Arms &. Tool Co.,  ���,t ~~*    P. O. Box 409S  CHICOPES FAILS, MASS., V. 3. A.  Kowel   Coiriplalnl In  C'IeIIiIi ����ti,  During the iiimmpr  months   child-  TIIE .MEASUi.K  , of your hoy for  that  new  ��uit.    II ']1  j he hettf-r siti.-lied with it. if  v��p   m,il:c  [ it, Hum if you purc'.uij'e a   ready-ai(.dc  | OIT*.  i.-n are suljocl to duorders of the bow  ��� -. Y"," nreIwel* nw!*re of �����"* supcrinr-  .-,      .      ,. .    a   M      D0W   i"y f'f  niadi-tn-ordor  clolhiiiK.    Whv  r��   winch   should   rtreive  careful  a--j not I.c a, careful ubout tho   lit ofy-uiu  lpntipp ��8 ��non iia the iin-t   unnatural | l,oy *-i suit m ymir own?  IpoBt-fieis of ihe towels  appears.'    The ! WE'LL GUAI^ANTEK  be��< medicine in use  for  bowel   com-! ' P?-rffi-t fit fur him if  intrusted   with  Jilaint is Ch.imh"rl.iiii*n n0lic   Cholern ' -VOHr or(,cr-    The cloth v.-ill he (he beet  ��nd Diarrhoea Rtniedy as it  promptly ' ?'", e('j,','tled   ���^e,\,d, and  cut  in   the  , ' '     ' ' 'al'-slol  etvl,>,  controls  any   unnatural   'oosene-<a  of,      rT;  i,      d   .  -,    ��� ,  iri�� >.nt��oi��     T? i    .      4.     ���     ���       ���     Hlg'- S1*'11**' tailoring foi   (lie   boy   ie  ihebowelK.    Fur sale l.y   Moyie   Drug   Ph�� of nnr bu-i.,.w.    We ch irge   fair  <f .St.ili.)nnry Stoip. '       '  MINERAL   ACT.  (.KOKM   r ;  OEKTiriCATE   OF   I.MI'IIOVESIES'TS.  \OTlCK.  Aiirorrf, II.i-spjIkip, Uu an,rn, Etiin, f.nfl  I'orilalicl Mlf.er.il (.'l��lmi'., 'Itnute In the F.iri  Stevle Mining luuMOii of Khm Kootenay llls,-  tn.-t.  W'biTC ]orate<l -On V7c:t. khIu cf lower Movie  l.nlr*-. ���  ' I'AKK   N* 1TICS th.it. I.  Thns.T.   M.-.Vitti e, F  Jl. L'. So. U ioo:i, tt(;...|it for O.'J, Johnson ?'.   M  (I. ..o: H iiW, Tlinx'ltiiilcr  P. M,  (!.   ^-.>.   B  yio  J. E. Hu'ubiirii F, M. C\ No,. I! 'ior,,  I., KI dnntmrii'  I-. M. (:. No. II Sir., ii!l..|i-1 sixty (taj-:-!  from ' diiic  lieroof, t.iH|>|>ly io thu. Miiilni;   Itucorrter   lor a  (ertifl.-ute o' I mprovemo'iiTs, for the :piirposu of.  obtiLiuiiii; a.i'rowii Uriultof-tliu uhovu Claims.  And lur.llivr  tut.;   uo.tlOt:  that acildii,   iiiiitar  , jjcft'iiMii :I7, mii-a ho ciQiiiuuc.-.l   u fore   the is-  ^'<uiii;e of .iu.::i CerUfi.-.tttc of I'iipro/cm--nia-  ���  i,y,t:iS t!iU. Q^U J j/ oi Jn.l;,V>Ji. j  prices for eiich work, tof>.  C. A. FOOTE  MOYIE,   ' B.  "jfH  SEWING MACHINE.*  RCI.LER BEARINQi  HIGH GRADE.  ycsj-  O. F. DE JAULNIEII  HtO.UTT   DELIVERY.  aueens'A-i7a.       MO.YL  HOUSE CLEANING!  Then you'll want some papering  and painting done to freshen up a  bit. Let me give you an eeti-  "mate * ,  S.   R.    WORMINGTON,  PAINTER.  Aug. 7, U 9, Sept. 8.10  St. Paul,   Chicago,/ On*  tarlo, Gluebec, Maritime Provinces  ', Full particulars Irom  *  J. Allwood, Agent, Moyie.  J. 3" CARTER, E. J.* COYLE,  Dlst, Prss. Agt Ass't  NeUon. Vancouvc.  CRANBROOK SASH AND DOOR CO,  CRANBROOK, B. C.       '      =  Real ESstcttej  Collection^.  c  AGENTS  "Canadian Fire Insurance Co.," and "Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society.  Farrell & Smyth, Moyie.  -i  MOYIE    HOTEL.  ' "   '   *'    P. %. JOBJVS20j\  -  I '  9,  1"  A  This Hotel is New aiid 'wellFurnished, Tiie *  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  MarJiet affords. The Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  " AND MINING MEN J  MOYIK - - _ _ ��� _ BniTXSII.COZ.UMHIA    \j  THROUGH  b.y buying thla  reliable, honest,"  high grade sewing oiachine.  STRONGEST GUARANTEE.  National  Scyving Machine Co.,  SAN   FRANCISCO,   CAL.  -   P/\<*TQRY AT 85LY1DEHE. SUU.  TOURlS'l  SLEEP]  la  11111  y%Mmy  Moyie  �������*���  Seattle And Chicago.  via tha  eat Northern Pailway  Ibe  As   made1 by lhe   present brewer   is   admittedly  Best Beer in Eust Kootcmiy. With the Best Malt ami  the Purest Spring Water it ie uuexcolled /or quality.  Insist on having Moyie Beer, /  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYIE. B. C.  '*^C  ���i  VUKmaUUaxUMAm~mm:��* ff^afSWW"  4  ft*1


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