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The Moyie Leader Jul 26, 1902

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Array if. ��w^^  Bard m. ^�� �����  MOYIE, R C.. JULY 2fi. .1302.  -% jM!NINC Pi"           S2 A 'YEAR  11 Greatest   ,GoJd   Pro-  dueing Year.  NADA|N-f,-:BANl(   OF ..COMMERCE  1 I 4 ��� * f *< t.  lid Up Capital  $8,000,000.        ,     ;  ILBID GUTPDTDBGREASBD  f ��� ��  /  J  o   ^| j The Cause of the Decrease  Is Not   Attributable to  the Mines Themselves;  "   But  the Market,  Han. 2. G. .Prioi, piwviucial mm-  Htbr of mine*, has completed  his 'annual r.-*porL for the   .yen-   uncling  De-  conibor:ft,i����Ol.   Tlio report is  carefully compiled and contains, sonic  interesting facts.   Tun  BtusUslica  show  ihat the gold production of' lhe  province��� including both plainer'and, lode  gold~'or" tlie -past yt-ar v/a�� of a d'uhic-  ot *0,318,708, , which   is��a��  increase  over that of 1900 of  jjSf&cj/ii'S.   /j.'hjs *8  j * lie greatest   gold   production   British  Ola rn l-i a has ever nimle,.  The total, amount "of silver produc/d  in 1901 was   5,151,233, valued  At $2,.  581,745..  This.is an'iucreaseao-.'er   the  previous year of $575,515 in yaliie.  1 Tho   production   of   lead   was , this  'ounds,   worth  decrease,' in  -    r ���, ��� ui��   pruuucuou   oi   it  HUBERT MINES', .MGR ��"( Woe ?-  -iiVia.MM-*.'i-,;r,n, -...T.fl.-.-.:'.i'.-���t���r.���. ,'}2,002-,733*.   This shows a  of 1000/ bht i-n* faifnds's th'e eonVpari-  sou inustWt stop,ohere; It must be  remembered that in<L(J00 there-was a  phenomenaf increase over 1899 of'206  per ce'ut._ Tlip-figurej5shpw,_therefore,  that 'the o lead production' 1901, 'although* showing a, decrease as compared with 1900, shows an increase  over 189S of'86'per cent.. The' cause  of tiie decrease is not attributable to  j die mines themselves, but to the  con.  ^--��* ^^^--^^-^.^^^^-^g^g-: ^-^5?? ^?^^5e��   The Slocan district  Ji  value of  $&$,$&��/ or; abbfll 25; per , A...t        .  .cent as eonipUred' with1 t'h'e prbfrubti'du hide containing these' Words  appeared  A. Mackenzie, Proprietor. ,  L, lor-' tUe - masses. -VEVer y tiling-- First  . **y   inspect.    Sample, Booms for '  Commercial Men. v  British, Columbia.  l'<-'I J'if'r, I'o'ifo  i'ot-co, p  The large police district   ot' Kootenay; 0: which W. IL Bullock-Webster  lias'bc'u chief for the past two  years,  has bey-!- divided into   two,  Southeast  Kootenay being'a complete division.  Lestock R, Forbes has been appointed  chief oi lhe iiew  division,   witli   headquarters at  Fernie.    Mr.  Forbes  has  had, large experience in police affair?,  and'Should be  thoroughly  competent  to talc-": charge of police matters  here.  He was first appointed to the  force iu  Silvor'on   in   1897. ��� From ' there  he  was  transferred   to    Kuskonool:  and  upon'lhe completion   Of   the  railway  construction   was   again   situated   at  Silver'lon.    Since then he   has   served  on the provincial force at New >Tenvcr,  Three Forks  and   Lardo   until   1900,  when lie joined the Canadian 'Mounted R'uh-i ,uid  Went,   to Son lhe Africa,  lie lias now complete  control   of  the  police' in'" this   district,, and   will  no  donb't givo a good account of  himself.  The'foroe ,at"Fernie will henceforth be  compact     of^   Constables     Barnes,  Walker ;:nd   'Sampson.���Fernie  Free  Press.  1        * f       a i  ' .Uaadaiu Sr.nl to J nil.     ,  One imu-t be moderate in the terms  employed ia the criticism of ��� 'tlie  judiciary of British Columbia. On  the;18th Lhe full court in fcc-c��sion 'af,  Vtc-t'oria, decided tliat Win. MacAdam  was'immoderate, and sentenced him  to uiue months' imprisonment for the  offense. And this -was uot ail. Un-  lefe�� ha provides four aeouriliu*- -of  $1,000 each for his good future conduct in this respect, he "must serve a  Year additional., y  Thin severe sentence was' for publishing iii-hia paper, the San don Pay-  streak, the statement that the bench  of thle ' proyince dwaa "corrupt, lazy,  debauched and  prejudiced." '' Tlie ar  GENERAL  NEWS  MOTES.  Tiacy js il'ill at large.  U \ SMS       g Rm Ha ��* &-*, M t-a  y*.  Mil JCf s U2L0  '    ^ P n  1+'    i$��i%h       ^"orkon *ho N6Woi?;*e,   Siocau, is  ,       ^ ii ��l,ia      Ke ikfV r l0 bu rGsume(] wilh a Bmftll l0IQ^  Knocked Out Fifcz. in  a Hard Fight��  II EIGHTH 1  Fitz, Had the Better of the  Battle   Up, ' Until   the ,���  Third Round, When'  /  '. the Tables' Turn.  the  the  , James -J. Jeffries still retains  heavy-weight championship of  world.. In his battle last night in San  Francisco witli pBobl. Fifzsimmons he  defeated ins man iu (be eighth round.  Fitz, however, had the better of the  contest up until tho third round,  when ' Jeffrie./ powerful blows -and  ability to stand punishment began to  tell. Yesterday in San Francisco the  admirers of Jeffries were ' freely offering $100 io $30 without being able to  place amounts o't any sjz'e, but -it the  ringside even greater odds 'were offered.  Following is the'weight measurements,  etc.,   of   the  men   when   they entered  as   not  been   so  seriously affected as the East Kootenay  or  M. nLnoutf^ auecieu as Uie Jb'ast Kooteni  W district by the low price obtained f  f.ffS  lead ores, as the  ores  niCSAU^IEK  IJJI.OS,    i'rop.?.  Liirsit* y.-iiiij-do rodni[ in connection  with liouse for comincrcial mon." Beet  61 accoinniodations',  juapiers. for Commenciaf and Mining Men.  m  m  MUVIH,   H. C.     ^  of this section  carry much higher silver values,  which has enabled them to be mined  und'marketed at a profit, As a mat-  tor ol fact the Slocan has this, year  just held its own as regards tonnage  of ore mined and values nroilu'ced.  iii* tlj-'fissue'of May 17. and' was"a coni  ;m'en't on'the'action of Clarke'vu/' Col-  lom". a mining case.,   "The two handed gun man was a lesser   danger   than  a corrupt judiciary," he also sai'd.  The iirsfc summons of the court was  defied, and the prisoner was brought  down under special warrant.; At his  trial he admitted that ,he should not  have declared the court corrupt.  LOCAL    MEWS.  the ring:  Jeffries.  Fitssimmona.  G ft. 1A-: Height.   5 ft. 11$  17f in Calf..   13*in.  25|- in Thigh  -, '..20 in.  34* Waist..   32 in.  41 iu..' .'.Chest..  .''....'.... 41 in.  .17*"in', ddd.-'.'ifecl:..  .-dd'd.ddl^in.  1G in Biceps.  :,::...;...Uiii.  2l0 pounds.. .Weight.   '1G5 .pounds  '             1    '           r          \                                         ,  Tho Copper  Bell.  xnan" who  ?31N his Shoes  'x&&>m m heeds  illN6 only of  '"^tlt. We pro-  ^Spt him id all  yWinWot style  t Wd Servicb. It's  ���;p our;  interest  [" 1^ ��ell you a'sat-  .-;��iictory shoe  yW(i- -few; knoW  tvj-*0* t^ah we'  1 ''*pi-- require-  [ ff--^ts ox Shoe  L W^isfactibri.  ^Tfl &  SbTlCK.  ��� In thu county court 01" Kootcnny liold'.'**i al  Fort qtoclo uotice ib hereby given that on tho  17th,tiay of July,'1002, itivfls ordered by J. A.  Forla J-.'siiiuirt,* Judtfo of thc said court, ihat  J/imcs 1'orguson Ariiiiitrong-, ofiicinl adiiiiiiis-  snitor of the county of Koctouay ho admints-  1 triuor of all nnd fiajriiiar the irftalo of 'L'lionuis  1). Johnston of Moyif, II. O.,'miner, decoa.sod,  tnlcstiite.  - Evury pon&ou indobtoti 10 tlie .'-.tici Oc-Cv'H!.oJ is  [���'���.I'.iircd to niftbe lo'vniciit fo:th��-ith to 1,1 io  u'jdursib'ued.  livery person Iii*yi*i:k hi po-mj-l-ioi* ciIuim*-  holoiiK'Hi; to UiudecoRSso"1 is rcifin.-.! to forthwith notify lho umlcrsiijiicd.  Kvory rroditor or other fiorson li.i'. iiiir mij  uhiiin ujion or mtososl in' tiie diMril niion of  lhe ciiUo of fl:'e srfid dct'oi*.'>"d j��- icYuireil  Wiihiujhlity liny* of iliij"di)to to send hy retrit-  ti.TeJ ktt'u , il.ln'ss fl (o the ,ii:ideisig!iC(i, iii*.  immc ami address nil'! the full ]iurlic:'ilr.rt> of  liis ehiirn or iatcic'-t, and 11 .-internail of his account ii 1 id (ho nntiiro of the ,'tcurliy (ft any)  held by him.  After.lhc e.\i'iiritioa of the m id th'i y day*-'  tlu* adi.iinisti'utor \\i'.i jnocuad ivllh 111*_- diitii-  hution of tho estate hiiving rcgaid ro those  claims only o'f u-liich fie ."hall have notice.  Diitc.l at foil Steele-, tlfi^f/lh day oi-Jiilyj HW2.  ,JA.M"Eri K!*KU('SON AK.MSTKO.Vt". j  Ollicinl Affministrator, Ko'rt P'.ecl-. B. C.  DWDICATEH^'O HAKliY TiiACV,  Xewa of battle! Xews of Battle!,  13.uk1 'Ti^ ringing down the streets  And tho suyoments of Houtilo,  Hear the clang of hurrykig feet!  c3c-j Ih-e liords of galJaut wairiors,  Armed and eager lor the fray.  Htiuf.bg for'the outlaw Tracy  lu the wilds of Yesler v,-ay ! '*  See their cartridge belts and pistols,  See Lheir rifles gloaming bright,  Tliey won't do a tiling to Tracy,  Thrii is, while he's out of sight.  jN'cws uf battle! havo they caugnt him?  Ifaa death closed his puih oi'crinrc?  Nut quite; but iio's now surrounded  Fur the li'uety-sccoud time.  l/Ater bulletins ���irriviug,.  Ifoar the watching hundred.*? groan.  "Tracy has again levanted;  'TreGcnl whereabouts unknown.'"  And they still are chasing Tracy,  He's the smoothest rogue unhung.  Pretty j-oon he'i! have them craay.  Go it. Tracy, while you're young.  --r'reas jbispatch.  x'orior  Xolice in Iicr'-by ^ir<*:i tii.il .JO 1/ ij . <i ter d.ife  1 inlor.d lo ni>i>lr to tho c-!nei eoniiuixsioiici' of  TjiiiuN and WoiK* ky 11 **peoio"! li-'ouso (o ciit  find carry 11 wit��� unU��*i fil'in the iolloiiinfr des-  oiihed. land*:  ConmieiK iiu: ul j-!">'������' I'liiiiicf- M tne XoMh  ViVi-t conu'i "f f ot _'7N ,ri.ii|v one, Kast IvOmo-  iiay, nnd uorlh oi t'ain.ei Bar. creelc, thc.ice  .iToii-j I'ainicr Un. (i> .'���* '" f'*5t ���r''t,'-'-; "ii-oup one.  '���.���e-r K'ooteiuiy, ilu ueu.nt"-'. to tho Hoiuh West  eoriit. of hoi :'t.''l. iii'"''" 'i��i'l' '10 chains  theucf ,,-sl f-Oelni'.'i-. "leiuo *-outh ."0 cli.an1*,  thence t'..M:*0 eln.iji- lo point ot eoiiiiiieuce-  niil'-, i'ii' acres more (-r lesi,  h\ W- KlflTlI,  JInilwny Oiilcmls wero Iloro.  1). .'(. McNicoll, vico'iircsideut of tlie  G. 17 B.; J. XV. Leonard, general super'  intendimt of the western division;  fiobl. IsTerr, general passenger ajconl,  and sovoral other lesser official*-!   of the  road came here   ::i    two   private   oars  ,.  last Tuesday   evening   and   remained j p0,iic   tho  Hotel" ICootonav^aud" th'e  Aval       YKIll 'M1CP111      ��� rt *-�� ��  s\ ,*��� K �� J...^.-* . ���     ' ^ u HVJ  .JMi-jJ.   McTavish^, left   for Kimberly  yesterday to join her husband,  Mies Ethel Bennett returned to her  homo near Marysvillo Wednesday,  Frank iMcQuaido was iu town this  week and was registered at the Kootenay.  An enjoyable dance -wis given at  the pavilion aci'oss the lake Tuesday  evening,  Mrs. McMauon, Jliss Eaton and  M.ba Huggin-3 lire vfwtiog in EJko this  week '       , '.    '  Mis. Jlanciugtou t\nd .Mis*- llau-  r.ington h-ive lelurued from' a visic'to  Fort Stoolo.  Eev. 3- J. Tliompson lectured in the  Methodist church to a good audience  Wedneaday evening.  " G. R. Muir was down to Cranbrook  the f-rst of tho week to attend a meeting of the new lumber association.  l'Vcd E. Haines,  of   the  Marysvillej  Tribune  staff,  'and   Miss   Dudley  of  Kimbc'ricjo were visiting in Moyie  hist  Sunday.  Chief Magistrate Armstiong was  in town Wednesday' and held small  debts court. There were three cases  on the docket.  Constable Drum'monri returned  from Pernio yesterday aiid will remain. The strike is not yet settled,  but (he town is quiet and there is not  likely lo b6 any trouble.       " !  Tt now tu'rus out that Prof. Fred  Heaver was uot killed'iii Fernie, as re  ported. His leg was amputated, but  Im i   alive and getting along nicely.  'Lhe fire hose  has been moved from i  Foofo's tailor shop to   the fire ball op-!  * Messrs. Reid and Campbell liave been  doing assessment work' on their claim,  the Copper Bell, which is situated  about .one-half" mile southwest of the  St. Eugene mine. They now have a  20-foot, open cut and from 15 to 20  inches of very promising looking  ledge matter. They expect 10 do some  more work this summer.  METAL   MARKET;  1 New. YopK���Bar silver,  ,33   cents.  Lead, $4!2��.    Copper, $12.20.  London���Lead, ��11, 5s���  Last week's oie shipments from  ftossland amounted ' to   nearly  7,000  tons.  A wireless system of telegraphy is  to be installed between Cape Flattery  and Seattle. ���    '  Major Byrno of Spokane has renewed (he war on the slot machines  in, the city.  The Silver Hill mine, back of Crawford Bay, is "beginning to0 ship, ore . lo  the Trail smeller. '  The net earnings, of the Northern  merger for the bast year amount lo  $27,813,800.  Tracy Las been idontifled as Harry  Tracy Severens, the Bon of J. L. Sever-  ens/an old and   respected   citizen'of,  Grand Hapids; "Wis.  It may comfort ecriie people who  are dabbling in mine3 to know that  John "VV. Mac'kay did uot make his  uift stii'-o on tho ; Cortistock ��until he  was over '10'years of ige.  Thc Sullivan mine rlaa'ofer 200,000  ions,of silver-load o're blocked out in  the workings of the mine; and- 10,000'  tons on the dump ready for shipment  to the .smelter at.M.arysville.      '  ,The 'great   Ifimbcrley/mines  have  produced during   the   past    30  years  $350,900,000  worth  .of, 'diamonds-in"  the rough.    The value of  th'em  after  '  cutting would be about doubled.    ��'��� <**; -  ���The miners 'at ifernie $re  s'tili  on  strike!    It was thought for a time that  the miners of Michel would "come out'  in sympathy,  but this move  seems to  have been  abandoned.    The  town' is  very quiet.       L ' "       'd   *  John W. Mack'ay is dead.   ,in many  respects" he was the strongest   man   of  -the big* four who took' colossal   fortune'  .from the  Comstock lode and becaxoe  ,      ��� '. 1.. . r ���*. '   -��� ������'- ��� i     ���>- *'��� ���    Jt'H  the mining kings of  the  world.; The  output of the Co'Lustocli wnile Mackay,' '  Fair/Flood' aiid" O'Brien were its con-;  trolling" spirits  is  aaid  tor liave been  something like $200,600,000, of which o  Mackay's share   was  tvvo-fifths.   The  acquisition of this stupendous fortune, ���  did -not change   the manner of  tho .  man, . He went quietly about his business, paying attentiou..to  his mining-  properties, taking part in the establishment of a bank in San "Francisco and  later associating   himself with James,  Gordon Bennett in the organization' of  the Commercial Cable company.   For.  30 years  ho  has quietly' minded* his,  .  own  affairs,   makiug   uo   display   of  wealth.  7    -  over nfchl. passim;   on    lo    tho   wesJ    ;./of ^e i^rV/n     r       '  T,  early WcJnesdny morning.    They  are ji . 3 S  ��U   tho   0l-tsu-c- s'��  simply on a tour of inspection  of the j,,ut '** * cn*'JG  of a r're ��l can bo  easily  road. I loitnii.  Greater in leavening'stfengtJi, a spoon-  tul  raises  more  dough,  or. goes  further.  Working uniformly and perfectly, k  makes the bread and cake alivdys light  and beautiful, and there is never a waste  of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs,  When outfitting for camp always take'  Dr^ Price's   Cream   Baking   IVvvcier   for  good" health  and good food,      Tt makes  ic*  .ur-.esV fiapjacks,  biscuits  and   bread.  tb  lllOllt, COIll III  '..6-1."  piUed Mif*i7't.Ii ihw.ot Jul.J"i -I'-'U-'.  NOT... iC,  arc     herebv  j 4'afciMj- Out Mining TiniLev.  All pev&orio arc hereby T'arned ��� Al:. A. T. Clark, who owns the valu-  ii.Miiiit taking io^s marked '-M" out I able timber and meadow propcrtv' on  of I\foyio lake, as thoy will get them-{the west side of tlio'lake, has lust corn-  selves into trouble. Logs so marked jplctcd the contract of deiivoriu" 8 000  belong to Park, MiLchell A Co,, and j foot of. mining tun bor to 010*' St'  tho mark is rcgi-jtered. 5-15 Jiliigorioi  Price eA-riwa Powoehc'o,,  ckioaco;  Noverjro into the wood? aw.iv from a  doctor wuh a cheap alum bafciVpou-de?  m the outfit     Vou1 want the   iVXki���:  powder.,,  the worJd-and  it is mo 3  economical in the end. ''  ���aa^sK^SBiSSG  j-fe^ki^:**1"-^^'-^.  7:  '/    t  e r  ��  > y(r  ', j *  ��  .*      r  :r   >i  t     -  1  r  .*'    *-  .    t  . y ( I .,
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plan of life is not quite what this glri,' Fin- will tell yon more than sho will tell
(Copyright 1900 by Sir IVattt-r Besaiit.)
"No.     I  am   your  servant,   as  yon
know—sometimes your most unhappy
servant, but always at your command
-only now and then it pleases me to
call things by their proper names.   At
such times. Ludovic,I look In my glass,
and I seo not the Lady Anastasla in a
company of fashion, but a poor wretch
fitting in oa cart  with  her arms  tied
down, a white nightcap on her head
aud a prayer book in her hand.  There
is a coffin in the cart"—
"Anastasla, you are ridiculous.'   W,hat
have we done that all the world would
not do If it could?   These scruples aro
absurd, and these visions are- fantastic.
What is your share? ■ You know that
half of mine—all tbat Is mine—Is yours
ns well.    You shall have my hand and
my name.   These'you should have bail
„ long ago bad they  been  worth  your
picking, up.    Alas,  Anastasla,  no ono
knows better than you  the desperate
condition of my affairs!"
"Well. I will obey you. 1 will go
back.'to town, r will go tomorrow.
The other parties In our innoeency—
they will also go back, I suppose?"
"They will have douo their part; Sir
Harry and the colonel aud the parson;
they  will all go  back.    They cost a
great deal to keep, and they have done
their work."
"Should I see the girl before I go?"
"Perhaps  not    Write  to  her  from
London.    Invite her to stay with you
For my own part, I will look about me
expects fn n husband.   She will expect,
in   fact,   the   bourgeois   virtues—constancy, fidelity, early bonrs, regularity,
piety.    You know  very  well that she
will not Gnd these virtues.    You are
preparing for the girl, in t'.ier, a ixretit
disappointment and perhaps a life of
misery.'  It I did not want her money.
J might pity ber."
Sam's face darkened.
"Tell  me,   my friend.  In return  for
what acts of kindness done to you by
the captain or by Molly herself are you
conferring this boou upon the girl?"
The poet made no' reply for awhile.
Then 'he answered?  his  eyes  on   the
ground: "Tbe thing is as good as done.
I may as well Jet you know.   The captain cudgeled me like a dog—like a dog.
My gratitude Is ,so great that I  have
succeeded In marrying bis ward to yon,
my lord.   What worse revenge could I
take?",      ,      -    - ■    ■
"Frankly, I know of none."
, "You will waste and dissipate the
whole of her fortune, and'would if It
were ten times as great, fn raking and
gaming; you will send her back to her
own people broken hearted and ruined.
That will'be my doing."
"Friend, Seinple," said' bis lordship,
"if I were not Fylingdale, 1 would be
Scruple, and, to tell the 'truth, if I saw
any other way of raising money I
would-well-perbaps-I would-even
pity the girl and let her go."
.-iiiylmdy else. Th-.- matter is to bo kept
tor the -in-sent a profound secret between his lordship and ourselves. But
since Saw Seinple knows it, "'and Jennifer knows it. iind you are one of ourselves, therefore you may as well know
it too.   But don't talk about it."
"Why should it be kept a secret?
Why should it not be proclaimed everywhere?"
-1M.A*. A&AM afVLLT. Go TOU LOVt trz
HAT eyeulng the blow,
feared  and  expected,
fell, for tben we lost,
or   thought   wo   lost,
our maid.  I found tbe
captain sitting In the
.summer   house  alone
without the usual sol-
his  tobacco'and  bis  October
said,  with a gloomy sigh. I
".My lord says that the place Is a hotbed of scandal; that he would not have
Molly's name passed about In the pump-
room, to he the object of common gossip and invention**  made up of envy
and'malice.     He  would   spare  Molly
this.    When she is once married and
taken away from tho place, they may
say what they please.    Whatever they
say,   they cannot  do  ber any   harm.
Why, some of them even declared that
she was one of the company of stroll--
log actresses.    There Is nothing that
they will not say."
I made no reply because It certainly
did seem as If in asking for secrecy
his lordship bad acted In Molly's Interests.        '
"Well, captain, we must make, the
best of IL You- must,find your own
happiness in thinking of Molly's."
"What aggravates  me. Jack.  I« the"
ridiculous behavior of my cousin Jennifer. She Is in the kitchen crying, and
the black with ber.    Co and comfort
her before you seeMolly." "'        '   ,'
I   looked'Into   the kitchen.    .Molly's
mother sat In  the great wooden chair
beside the fireplace.' She held.her aproiK
in her hands as If she. bad just pulled
It off her face, and alio tears were on
her cheeks.'   When she saw me. .thev
began to flow again., ^Jack," she said",
"have'you,, hoard the "news?    Has the
captain told you?' The worst has happened.   I have lost my girl:   She is to
bo married.   She will go,away.    She
wiil marry a man who scorns her guardian and despises her mother,    a   bad
a   gamuler—one   would   sooner die at
once, and so an end. . Uut 1 can trust
myself with  him.    1   have no fear1 of
such treatment as drives some wives to
distraction^    Vet be Is cold In bis manner and proud in his speech.    I might
find it in my buart to love him if 1 was
not afraid of him.",  And so she wonf.
backward  and  forward.    He  was so
good and so great; bis wife must always respect him.,  He was of rank sp
exalted; It   was a great  honor to become bis wife.    He was so brave; she
owed her rescue to his bravery.   Yet he
find spoken no word of love, nor had she
seen any sign of love. I asked ber what
sign she expected, and  she  was confused.   "Of course," she said.
12iut at W« If*, hum.>u.n ]|lth u C<il«.
Front iui.I a I.ofiy Gil<<<•<!   I»«>in«
A  SlHUlii',-   UuI,clir>£.
At   Wolverhampton,   12ng,7tho-
adian    Government   lias     a sop:
building, a pavilion with a coloi
ed  front and  lofty  gilded  don.
ia one of the most striking and b
tiful  buildings on  the grounds.    .
rectangular in plan, covering an ;
of  8.000  square    feet,    and  situ-
between   the  Induatrinl   and ,Muc
ery  Halls,  the main front  facing
park.     On passing through  the j
lico,   which emphasizes  the main
trance,  one is- immediately under
dome,  which 'gives an  imposing
dignified   effect   to   tho  interior,    am
which is further''enhanced .'by a mos
pleasing color scheme in royal purpl
and   white:    Additional  cntrumvs an
placed  in  the aides facing the Indus
trial  and Machinery-1 Jails.
Tho first object to claim the attention on entering, the Canadian Pavil'-
ioii   is   tho   mrignifle'ent     trophy     of
grains/   grasses    and  cereals..    This
forms the centrepiece of tho large circular dome,, which rises to,a   height
of 40 feot.   Tho-trophy is circular at
the   base,   and   rises   almost   to    the
top   of  the   dome,    at the hose*  of
which   about 40 feet in circumference
four  large "arches a re. sprung . u>  the'
wmis,   lho  whole   being  so   arranged
as to form .a sort of temple of cereals.  ...The    grain    and   grasses    are j
shown   in   sheaves'and  bunches, , fes- '
s ock of/I^feS
plies lor t],e ^ - gflb*.
Room,   1-ressrJ.EBSB
man was
her mother
virtue   and
1 suppose she felt that 'the
not In love with ber Just as
felt that;his characier for
nobility   was   assumed -
Compaiiy, LinK
'175 McOerjn >   Avcnu, °i
ace of
"Jack," he
"I  am now the happiest of men  be- | beginning. Jack.   No good can come of
C"Ufe_IDy Mollj ia llj<? most fortunate I such  a ' marriage.    A  bad  begluning
I have attained the utmost I Oh, f foresee unbapplnessl'   How can
The most virtuous    Molly become n fine lady? ■ She is but a
having    lost.
for toe man we want-a prisoner; on
the poor side; a gentleman, one who
■ will do anything for a gUiDea a weefc
-The girl will not know that he is a
prisoner.'  It will be quite easy"-
Thls he said, concealing bis real Intention, and only anxious to get this
lady out of tbe way,„ but he left her
suspicious and jealous. That is'to say
she had already become both, and this
Intricate .plot of a. husband from the
Fleet and the rest made ber still more
suspicious and jealous.
Having dismissed Anastasla, there
remained the parson and the poet. The
latter he could send away at a day's
notice; the former he would probably
want for.a certain purpose. He sent
for Mr. Semple, his secretary * '
ments-I mean as regards this young
lady's fortune." ■   t
"It Is as I told your lordship?"
"It is.   The fortune you have exac-
< Berated   but it is, no doubt, consider-
-   able.   Well, I have sent for you in or-
,der to tell you that I am now resolved
upon carrying out the project you sub-
nutted to me.   .My own affairs are, as
you found out, embarrassed. The girl's
fortune will be useful to me.   Her person is'passable; ber manners will be
improved.' I have therefore determined
to make her my countess."
"My lord, .1 rejoice to have been the
humble Instrument"—
"You have kept the secret so far I
believe. At least I have seen no sign
that any one suspects my intentions.
.You have invented a lie of enormous
audacity in order to bring us all to-
gether-mysclf, with your project up
my sleeve, and certain friends of mine
to assist in various quarters. Your inventions have converted
well   into   a   health
of women.
1 could hope or ask
of  nieu-1   should'say   noblemen-has
■asked the hand of our girl. "Molly will
be a countess!   Rejoice with mei"
I stood outside on the ""grass,
no words to, say.
"She  will   marry   blm   Immediately.
Nothing could-be more happy or more
fortunate., ,Such,rank, such a position
ns places ber on a level with the nigh
est   ladles   of   the   land, , thou
daughter of plain   folk, ,witb
owner   for   a .father   and   a
daughter for a' mother-there
motion for you, Jaekl"
*'She will go uway, then, and leave
usV" '
■• "Aye,'she will leave us. Jack. She
will leave us. His lordship-you do uot
ask who it is."
simple girl, my own daughter.   1 have
made her a good housewife.' and all ber
knowledge will  be ^thrown away,and
It' is a bad business. Jack.
jh- the
a ship-
is pro
be, captain,-but Lord
He will carry her
house,  where they
and  traders
into a fashionable spa.
nn  ordinary
v      , restoring   spring,
^ou have caused the elevation of this
town  of  common  sailors
and mechanics
Scrapie, you are a very ingenious person. I hope that you are satisfied with
you i-success."
c "Gratified, my lord, not satisfied."
"1  understand.    You shall be satisfied very shortly by the fulfillment of
my promise.    It is, if I remember, to
und   you   a   place   under   government
worth at least £200 a year, with  perquisites.   You shall learn. Semple, that
I can be grateful and that I can keep
my   word,   written   or  spoken.    Now,
there remains one more service."
He proceeded to give him certain Instructions.
"And, remember, the greatest secrecy is to be observed. Neither you
nor the captain is to reveal the fact
unti the business is completed. Ev-
eryth ng will be ruined if anything is
revealed. Your own future
upon your secrecy.    You
"Who can  if
fylingdale V"
"The. best of men
off to his country
will live retired for a while, yeT'in such
state as belongs to ber rank.    We shall
lose her, of course.   That, however, we
always expected.    Tbe country house-
is In Gloucester, on the other side of
England.   Perhaps she may get to see
us, but 1 am 75 or perhaps more, and
Jennifer, her mother, is not far from
50.    I cannot look to set eyes on  her
again      What   matter."    he'hemmed
bravely and sat uprlgnt-'-wbat  matter,  I gay, so that the girl Is happyV
Her mother ,may perhaps set eves nn
her once more,-but she will bl changed
because, you see, our Molly
become a fine lady."
"Yes," I groaned; "she
a fine lady."
"Jack, sometimes I ain sorry that
she has so much money. Yet what
was I to do? Could I waste and dissipate her, money? Could I give awav
her ships? Could I give her, with the
fortune of a' princess, to a plain and
simple Sk,ppcr? No. Providence, Providence, Jack, hath so ordered
I could not help.myself."
"No, ' captain,   you   could
things     y,t"-. i broke oSL
Well, Jack, why don't you rejoice
with me? Why the devil don't you
taugh and sing? All you want is to
«ee her happy.    yet tbere °
as g (Jm and dumb as a mute at
....   nigra has, been telling her fortune. There
Is nothing hopeful. , All the cards are
threatening., Anci the magpies and the
screech owl"—
She fell to weeping, again, after
which she broke out anew: "The captain says .be is the most virtuous man-
in tbe world. It isn't true. ' If ever I
saw the luslde of a man tn my life I
have seeu the Inside of tliat man. He
Is corrupt through and through"—
"Uut consider. All the world is cry-
lus up bis noble conduct and his manv
virtues.".- .   '
'-"They may say what tbev like.
false.     He Is heartless.    He is
He Is selfish.    Be  n'inrrie3
her money.    Persuade the
you can.   lie will-not believe me."
"Bow caa'l persuade him:-,' 1 have
no knowledge. ■ Arcytbey all "In a tale?
Are you; the'only person who knows''
the truih?; How do you know it?'
"I  know it1 because 1  love
and so I can rend the
man.    I   have read
"corrupt" within/: she said. Women
are made so. And in the next breath
•Molly'repeated thai what'his lordship
fiad done was'done for Jove. "How iio
you'know?" 1 asked'again. "Hecmise
the captain says-so," she replied, wiih
unconscious Inconsistency. .
, -"Is the courtship to be conducted en
tirely by messenger V' l asked. - ." y ,
"No. De, will come tomorrow morning and see me. Jam to give blm an
answer, then.' Boi the captain.has already told him what the answer is' t&
be. Oh; Jack, i am' so happyi j a'm so
fortunate.that 1 ought to be nappy,
l   am  so  downhearted  about
sisjt-s, containing specimens of .wheat,
oats, barley, rye,' Indimi com.' ben*,
"•is.*,  millet; buckwheat
It Is
'Molly for
captain.' If
„  , ,  ,       .    ,,.           ^   it.
Going away is a dreadfai thing. And
when shall I see any or you. 1, wonder
Hgalnlf Oh, 1 am so rortunate;'l am"so
happy"- And to show ber happiness
she dropped a tear,0 aud more tears foi-'
lowed.       ' ' '   ' , ;
What kind'of happiness, what yinrt*
of good fortune; was that which could
fill the tnlnd of the captain with gloom
and could dissolve Molly's
teara and could herald its
the' bride by  sadness
must now
must become
not   help
very soul of a
your  soul.. Jack,
over and over again.'   You are true and
faithful.      Vou   would   love   her   a-id
cherish her.    But this man-he knows
not 'what love means nor fjdelitv nor
anything.   Go, Jack.   There is no helD
m you or in any other-becauso there-
is none other."   She spoke the, words
of the prayer book: " 'None other that
hghteth for us but only thou/o God'
Only thou, 0 God!' "    She covered bet-
face agaiu with her apron and fell to
sobbing afresh.
So I went into the parlor where Molly
was sitting:   "Jack!"    She jumped up.
un, Jack!   I want you so badly "
"I   know   all,   .Molly- except ,what*
you yourself say and think about It" •
She had a piece of work in her hands
and she began to pull.it and pick it as
she replied.    For,tho first time iu my
life I found Molly uncertain and hesitating.
•rmisi muni' the cap
■ne :•; an tor
mother lu
^approach to
which   weighed
her down?    And, as' for me, you mav I
bel.ere that my heart was like'a lump
of  lead ' within   me.   partly   been use* I
was  losing tbe girl J   loved,   but  had
never hoped  to marry, and,partly  be-
cause from (he outset or the whole'of-
fair-yes. from .the very evening wiivn
the news of the grnnd discovery wa*
read   to  the  .Society  of   Lrn/v,-*' h.m
looked rorwarri to i-omhig events wiih
"forebodings of the"d„osi dismal uirid"   -
"Come   fo   see-me -lomorrov
ooon. Jack."  she j*akJ     y|
abotu  it ,ip .cr„M(. ot„,     u
taiu i cannot mil:, ui-vjiusv
ihe unequal match, and with mv moth
er I eauuot talk, because she foretells
trouble and will acknowledge no good'
thing at all in the man or in ihe match
Do not forget, Jack.   Com'e tomorrow.'
I don't know how many days
to me when I can ask
Oh, Jack, to leave
friends!    It is hard
most ungrateful of
am the happicst-tbe happ!est-oh,
Jack, the happiest and most fortunate
woman that'ever lived!"'
are left
you  to come,
everybody, all my
But  I   ani   the
women because I
The captain says that it is the great-
est honor that
was ever offered to any
my hea
and    the
I replied that unless
ir u:
He went
noble earl
are sure that
nent  world
you have your instructions aright?"
"I am quite sure, my lord. 1 am your
embassador. 1 come with a message
of great Importance. There are rea
sons why the proceed!n-s are to he
kept secret. The lady will be made a
before a prying and impertl-
can be informed of your
^ship's intentions.   I fly, aiy lord.   I
"One  moment,   friend  Semple.    Before you depart on this mission resol
me as to a difficulty in my mind
""What is that, my lord?"
a fu-
sh her happiness, sir, with ah
™™ ? Sei?pl° came hore th's afternoon by order of my lord. Sam gives
himself airs now that he is a secre Lv
and companion. lie Came and delnan f-
ed conversation with me. It whs quite
private, he said, and of the utmost im!
pot- ance. So we sat in the parlor, and
Av h a bottle of wine between us wo
talked over tho business. First lie told
me that his patron, as he calls him
meaning his master, had been greaUy.
taken   with   the   Innocence *
beauty of Molly.
he was a stock or a stone or un ice
berg 1 expected nothing less
on to say that, although
with a long pedigree and a great es-
m rVht imT WM W,1,,°G to contract
mairiage with a girl who was not oven
of gentle  birth aud  had   nothing  bu
her beauty and her innocence,    i told
Wm that she had. In addition. a\W
large fortune.    He f3aid   tliat'hI    GIy
tron  scorned   the   thought   of   money
being already as rich as most noble-
willing .also to pass over any defects
fn manners, conversation and carr a-e
which   would  be remedied  by aTitle
rrwoi-d0."11!1 tJlc poli,e ™-2:
himself to mrward/'' lnS raUk "and
"His condescension
youd all praise"
i'ik!h^^fr;o:;;7on(ian p-ise*
for my -dr n". t0,,f,|""» «- husband
auoe in C^Zr^T m'S !M
fortunate?" J      ■
woman to be raised from a lowly condition to a high rank, and all for love."
"All for love?" I asked.
"Why, what-else can it be that made
him,fight for me with that desperate
villain.' He risked his life. Whatever
happens, Jack, 1 cannot forget that."
"No.   It was doubtless a great thin-
to do.   Has he told you himself
was all for love?"
-     China'*' DIuIectH.
There are as many different dialects
spoken in China as in Europe.
that it
"He has not spoken about love at all
lie has never once been alone with me*
It seems that these great people ,nake
o%e by message.   Ile scnt a moss
hy Sam Semple"- h
tru£-!"'°ry   "n°  mcss(,'D^^ot  Cupid,
Odd   Ceremony.
At St. Paul's cathedral. London, in
former times on St. Paul's day a buck
was brought lo tho steps of the high
altar, where the head was cut off, tho
body sent to be baked, and the head.-
h.\-ed to a pole, was borne through the
cathedral, followed by the dean
enapter in vestments decorated
garlands of roses-.
TaHnr Ferfnmcn.
In Tartary  onions,  leeks
are regarded as
com, pens,
„,,,,.     ,     ...    nnd in „ fact
all, tho  leading  vjuJetlos  of     grains
grasses and'fodder plants which, gro'«-
to.sucb/per/ecLion In Canada.'The
-, samples are all carefully' labeled
ing  tho  immo   and - address
grower,  yield per ncrc,; etc.   Tiie collection * cotiluiiu-   thousands   of.   samples. ,compris!,,g   over • Ave hundred
MTerent    varieties.    .Th'e .'exhibit    is
probably the best, of the "kind     e er
seen in "England.'   H .Van object-le«-
son,th;it cannot fall to impress"every
one who  sees it ,with the fact   that
Canada is a country ,rich,in agrieul-
.Uiral     resources    of    almost- emllcvW-
variety.    , The    list of varieties     of",
grain-shown fs'as follows: Oats 3 07
varieties,   twp-rowed   barlev  .'"50,   six-
rowed     barley ,' 38, " fall      wh»*at 22 .
spriiiff  wheaf J,l7t   peas .,01,   Indian'
earn  67    millet „0;, Soja' beans, hon*
beans,  [lux and hops.'   ,      -
To the rigbt-of.'tho trophy'there, is'
a splendid,, display of food products*
in which many Canadian firms are
represented.       *.      ,"--".        ^       .
Canada  is celebrated for her''fruit
and. here we find, four pyramids con-
taining /ruif of-all kinds preserved in
antiseptic fluid.  '.A lorig.tyhle, artistically  arranged;, contains fifty ■ varietur of apples,- which.have been preserved     In    cold-sldrago ,  since  they
were packed last autumn.'      '  -   *
.   The  mineral,   section ,  contains     a
great  variety    of vspecimens;  suggestive of Oanada> richness in   mineral
i-osotirccjs   and   the" immense ■posrlbil-"
ilJes whi.clr will. rolIotf'iVthetWrty W
development ' ttom • increased    invest-
ment of capital, d, The exhibit  is an-
extensive   . one,    including gold   nfig-
gets;    gold-copper    ores,   nickel'   and
nickel  products,    various    gold    ores
from .different  Provinces..''petroleum.
graphite,   coal,  silver-lead  ores,  iron
and  steel    exhibits,    -tnWn, uusbesfos,
inangtuie«e. antimony, mineral paints,
copper ores, ornamental-and building
stone,   bricks. and    clays.  corimdumT
Canada  is  famous   for  her richness
in  the wealth of- her forests.     •   The
display in   the  forestry section in the
pavilion   is  attractive  in  appearance
and  pleasantly    varied    in  the  large
number of exhibits of different classes
of timber,  many being shown* in   the
log,  .square,  as  well  as,'finished    and
polished.        The "specimens : arc     all'
labeled.     Photographs of many varieties of Canadian trees arc displayed
In frames made.from the wood whYch
Ihey* represent.     A [Qw  pieces  of furniture are also here shown, illustrating  the manufactured  product.    This
section    includes    splendid specimens
(stufedj of sonic of, the noble animals  in   which     sportsmen   take,  great
interest and .in whicli Canadian   tfor-'
ests abound.
Prominently displayed on the walls
of" the  Canadian   Pavilion  are    some
solid' facts  regarding   Canada's  varied resources, forest, mineral, agricultural,   fruit,   fisheries     and   dairying.
■These are s0 arranged'that thev can
ho  taken  in  at a glance,* and  'in    a
minute or two  enable  thc visitor  to
judge for , himself    of     the progress
which has been made* of recent years.
�� ty
$S'o from Min-ieapi
or St. Paul
,•$47.50 from St.
" $45.00 from Kansi
Out and back ,
August 2 fog" ■
, Quick and cool w
Harvey Meal Sea
See Grand Canyon
Arizonu and Yosei
'   ■ ,', ' 503' Guaranty Blifg,
Minneapolis,     -   •  -
And the
Travel by the C. P. H. j.-
surud of SOLID COilF'J
,„    First-class C. P. 'R. Slee,",
on all through trains.
Through Tourist Sleepers-
Tourist RaUvs (juoted toe!l|
■ ^     East, West, Sous
. '    The Old Count*)]
The Orient,
.The Antipodes.'
Those   desiring  lnforu»tte|
gai'd to any part ul theme
ed by the C. P.  R  or ihi
are reqnested to "pi'ly lo/l
It. representative or to
C. E. .Mci'HER*]
t „ 'i
Gen. fas. Agt., »^|
and garlic
A Turtar
marriage. Tho captain
cannot contain his satisfaction an, suS
glum.    My  mother says that she w
^ el . but, Molly, to be sure it i*^ a
great thing to become count,™     Most
woman will ni«ke herself agreeahie by
rubbing a piece of freshly cut onion on
her hands and over her
knows  why
a  horse  arises
from the earth on its fore legs first and
a cow on   i« tiItwi i  fa        *L -*"u
cow on Its hind Jugs.
I said,  "is he-
be more
, hope it may
does Molly say?"'
to   think   thai   people   should   marry
each other w.thout fl word of love-    if
>e loves me, I suppose he thinks ",Ir
I am bound togive l,Im ,0ve in ,.*„,„,!
^1 here again, Molly, do you love uie
"Jack, nobody knows me bettor ■■■,
you     What reply ean I maJe"" '"an
He  is  too cold and   too i,ro,.,i   p
you. Molly.    How c.,n ,"„   )I0U(1  for
Perhaps," I added. S,i°, ,lov,! him?
Rure that she woui;^   ,-?.-7
marriage you  wm find  .,',,.'    *,n'-''
nesB Is only a cloak  0 hide „ "" C°,(J
warmth and  u.«. -       . -   1,ls l,''u»'';i
CnlcMi.lnr   OdilftJes,
January   and   October
ynn- always begin
ot tiiC week,
with the
The case is
J "    December   and    with
"arch and November.
tho same
same day
the same
The  l-i-K-lt lv».»  1 r.,tu   Sl.iv.rv.    .
We observe a paragraph going the
rounds of the press, originally ' piib-
ished in (l western paper, which es-
lnniil.es tho number of colored „,.,-
sons who have entered Canada tl«.,-
"iff the last three years f,t no |..Nq
than .'50,000. Wo hav(. ,]„. Vprv |l0Ht
means of ascertaining the Itui'l
tho matt or, and we ran .it
ivcly lhat the highest
hy well-inforined
make, the uumhci
« e * e
■ Vlil
i^jj? nro
'*$§ r>ON-
'«# et h
i.^'i8 se
i^M ?pon
■".^l «sIll
1    of
Ile   |io:-|l-
pei sons   does    not
Uiore   than   ."1,000.
nro  not   mory   t.|1(irj   ;jo#ofjQ    j|}
the  country   allogct her,   altho.gh   .so
early as J8LV,   tho  American Govur,,-
1 in
Great LAwmZ
I'I t orut urn
Tho Chinese liav.
tional   n
'). her
'rat my
1"''•*<'.  and
'■-•ads to ofliciai
*n  China.
0 cultivated their na-
"lofo than has any
heralure with   them
wife as well as hlinieiJ"™6 C0Vers 1,ls
Everybody 8ays
"(-'S lhat be is
turn out so.    What
"He la a good man.
so.    Lady Ana.sta.sia decl-ir
r:he most honorable anc]  ,' gh°n'-*U ,'JL' '9
of men.   .On that poi,   1    f   rnn(-'iI'1<-'Cl
think. Jack, whatPat:,;ntt°-u.1'ld
to marry a drunkard. a sot. a^J^;
British  empire ^L?*? 1,,acG ]»  the
don in cloudi,ui , 1 U,°XCC,UC]S Lon-
the dampest plaee"iI1(t1,mIt J'M ulso
Adelaide, in A^tmUal1;: 2^-^'«
meat complained -to Great 3',-ji
ngnin.-t harboring fuKi'([Ve siuvea "in
Cujuida. which shows that a ron-dd-
"i-nlilc iiiimher must have come over
even at (hat early day. |M N(nv
>»rk Sato, with iLs t|llV0 millions
of Pupul.it ,on, there are not more
Uu.n 50.000 clouHl persons resident
—I'rom The Olobe of June 10
1 Sf>
Tourist  Rates  to fl" Poin:j
nnd EASTERN Sffl
One of the most ^hH
with every modern convi-m*-!
tho comfort of p:i«*si-ngera.
Ocean Tickets]
by all Li
Mlf  f.*
Tlio floods of Ha.
In  their coming
1 *n?'flr,«> ^ rog„|nr
yours they have i,o;--°r-l!m,,lr('(Is of
the date of tlieir
varied'te 11
"ifJt'ival  nt
<hiys in
a given
tion  of
ecs  c
"■■•y of
A i-oli  In   I.<>niNiu.
coronation   arch    in
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y;.v%$ lYIL LEADER.  ce  sWy ad  wspapJ*  (vam; Prints  - we sell:  iOYlE,   B.    C.  I Ah EYELIDS.  gsurgical  triumph  is  the  new set of upper and  to  the eyes  of  a  man  original   set  in   a   lire,  had   left  both  eyeballs  detected,  and   there . was  |e victim losing his sight  ^was resolved  to replace  |fting four,new eyelids if  taking    the  skin    from  je patient.   It was neccs-  jd slowly,   but  the extras  successful     from   the  four new eyelids perform  functions naturally.  TOR YG�� wOiENT Mfc  wri-j's  '��� PROM ONE  WHO  K-Xl  KM K��VJBW.  *oww.  in  .   ( 1J~J - ?1U'S bw'n  * very, quk* week  to   tor\ " el" CaU'SOd '"���,��'s to stiffen  AJgoina Young  J.u(Jy  , i^,,^ >Z?^?   ��"����.   demand    is  Wain  Counsel   to he,- "g'   '   '  A SURPRISED D8CT0  tei-s-~Tells   Tliem  ience'as Proof.  he.  -     Lr'Iii'g   over   the-  ���-"'lenntj fJivd-U the close  liarcj.  export  "ml   the  advunce    is  Mice     of   a   week   ago.  this  week  prices are:     1  1   northern,   7-lc;   2  oi  July 7._(ijp  ec-  coniprj  tor tlie  cry.  _ -TIAh is unhappily an a#c o(  pit thero i.s ono point upon which  " ited  with  tho   subject agree,  Jr. Thomas' Ecloctrjc Oil i.=i a  _  ti ho relied  upou to,euro'a  .i.-iin, hf-il >,orpv- of various kinds,  ��� in fit: mud roiti"    Of l.'ju body to  Shod.  ' .Blind .Itiver, Out.,  iul.)���Anyojio .who 'i/iiui,, ,, ,  Miss lunily j^udle otln, ^y ���*"  lho first ti,,,0.w���uid nS'ii'lr0,10''  Ifiev* that only *a row inl u . *  bhe was un  invalid 1110Jl"'-> ug��.  JViiss'Liddell    sulTered ironi   "  weakness  northern,  J '^  -spot  or  J���ly  dejivexy.  ^t^1���'8  ������eariun,  ��o,05 per  *"->   oi   ��JS Ibs.r  Ulci.ora Patent,  yi.90;  Manitoba,   ��1.60;, XXXX,  *S \ I Ij  A      CASK   OF     'ST     VITUS  UA.VCJO, COULD NOT BE  CUBED.  A-llo-Ua,' *-i.7c  ^ij;.u,-kj,:u_  S-l-"-   J't-r   ion  *>17 per  hrau  js, firmer  ami   WOrth  i"   hulk.   Shorts    firmer   at  i.Mi.1   ,, l?'J !���   ij"lk' 'de,lve��-'��l. subject to  "y-U  tiade discount*.  ^^UOUNh     FJ-i.;,,_6at   chop.   "  'WEI  Blp>', Liii't  o  ���*m>   Avcnii,,    t  ���"&'*'����&  iforn  Sum'  from Minneajy,  t. Paul  >o from St.  >o from Kanu  and back  ist 2 lo8  c and cool w-  ey Meal Sen  'rand Canyou  tm and Yo*j  forpe  trade union  has," at  |7,000, erected twenty-five  its- members. .. Each, house  >oins, with bathroom, hot  tvater    service,   etc.    They  (terms of' easy .repayment  Ie occupiers   will   have  ac-  homcs.in fifteen, years.  liment is best Hair Restorer.  failed One Day and Found the 'Patient Jr oiling and Learned That  Dr., Williams' Pink Pills Had Succeeded AVhcre Other Medicines Had  l-'ailed.  .    ,      , - nn>��g     they  help  her,   and   although  boeiuod   to  al/ first   the  ed  districts'   of London    so  h     foieigners  that     they  .have  the, place  to   thein-  Bishop' of  London  men-  other day,   at" a  meeting'  ;ter, that in many,.streets,  End shopkeepers display-  windows:'   'English   *-p'o-  if London  were  a  for-  Aliss Liddell is *ery grateful for  her- PO..,ai-kublo'tdollveranc0. and  ���sUongiy recommc-Ads Dodd's Kid,  l^lla to all her lady acquaintances  ��.ho need help. Who has given for  publication a; very strong it tier o  lecommendation in  wbicb she ga^.  1  would most  heartily and   'conscientiously advi.se all young wome  troubled   wiih- Fenialc  Weakness     i,  ten  in  the  remedy   that  R  bs Cannot Bo Cureu   .  cations, cs they cannot roach the j '\)v!  ion ot tho on r. ���  Thero is only ono, 8i ble  )o-'i/noss, and that is by cionstitu-  ies.    Dfcnfnossis caused by an in-  of tho mncon.i liniafi:<f tho  ibe.   Whoa tli is tube ijcts iailiun-  a rumblinfi- sound  or  imperfoct  r v-hen it is entirely closcjd deafneiss  ;<iik1 tmlci-i tlio inflammation can  :iud this tubo restored toitsnor-  , hoarinff ,will bo destroyed for  uso.-* out ot ten aro causo<l by ca-  . i.-j nQtbinf- but an inflamed con-  |mucou3 surfaces. "       , l  ivo Ono Hundred Dollars for any  SiC'.s (caused by catarrh) that can*  j by Hall's Catarrh Cure.   Send for  fi J. CHEXEY & CO, Tolocto, O  T!ERl,"K75c.  ifyr-alsaro-Labcat.      ,  any   form/  to     try  cured     me  after "everything else hud  failed.'    and  that   , remedy  is DoddV  Jvidney Pills.  "For months'at a time I- was so  low and .weak that I found it impos-  ,--r.w-to,attend to my household'duties, my back .used to k ache some-  ihmtf dreadful. Xow I feel strong-  and -better thari 1 ever did, and  Bodd s ., Kidney , Pills- did it all  1 hey'are worth their weight in gold  to any young" woman suffering as I  used' to suffer.  'rThey built me up wouderfullv and  I cannqt speak! too highly of Dodd's  Kidney Pills  as  a  medicine  for  sick  ouJd like,  one  grade   too   low.   Ko.   2  404c  per   bushel   lor  car  lots   "on  tiai;]-   \Vjniiii)c.S;   feed   grades,   H7  to   .'18c  At  country     VOuitH   fanners  are' getting  'lie to 34c for ���>  Whit,e oats.,  '���AhLEY-There is very little'barley in  t-ix.- market and prices are .steady at 42c  <-<> -i lc per bushel for carloads of feed oii  track   Winnipeg. " -,  iJA\'~Tlie market is easier and $1 per  ton lower. Tlie general expectation that  thi.s would be a good year forUiay may  possibly not be realized, as'the excessive  rains have filled up all sloughs and made  cutting imposj-lljle in juany cases. Fresh  baled buy i.s quoted at ��7 to ��8 per ton  on  ts-ack at  Winnipeg. ��� - -      - , ,  ,1-"0U1,TRY--The market is quiet. Live  chickens  bring  70  to,, 75c per  pair,    and  Tiie sufferer h om  St.   Vitus  dance,  even in a mild form,  is much  to  be  pitied,  but when the disease assume-,  an  aggravated     form   tne  patient is  usually as helpless as an infant, aud  has to be watched with as much caie.  St.   Vitus   dance  is-a   disease   of Ihe  nerves  and ,iuusl he' treated  through  them,   and  for  this  purpose  there  is'  no .other medicine in the   world  acts  so  speedily     as  Dr.     Williams'   Pink  Pills.        Proof of this statement    is  found   in  the     cure of    'Miss  J_,buise  Luffman, whose home,is at Poucher's  Mills,' Ont.,   who,.was'' cm ed   by the^e  pills after two doctors hud failed  to  benefit  her  in  the least.   The young  lady's   uioihoi-  tells  the'  stoi-y   of   her  daughter's  illness as  follows:���"1 do  not think it possible anyone couldrbe  '���illicted 'with   a more severe form of  *Si.   Vitus dance than that  which attacked    ,iuy   daughter   ' Louise,    tier  anus aud legs would twitch and jerk,  her face  was drawn and finally    her  left side became numb as though p��.r-  al.vx.ed:    Two'  doctors   attended     her.  In Every Sack  of OGILVTE'S FLOUR there's a hundred cents worth the best bread making material that e\er passed the  -threshold   of  a  mill. ���  We make it for particular people���  those ,who know good bread and enjoy it while appreciating the fact  that it popsesses all the .nutritive  power  of  the  grain.  Include it in your next grocery order, and know how good flour can  he made. "  MY  1IOYAL  WA-IUtANT  Millers to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales  ��� i        i   ii ii WM*ar*n^-rrirMitrwKTirnaBWimaxwmmtmmBKm*mnB   The People of the West  't.,  SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BARGAINS  OFFERED EVER V DAV 1NT     :-:      :-:      :-:      :-:      :-:  TORONTO  j The subscription price can he made every week  *! liseiiiMnts of tlio big stores and othei- dealers, e  ���j vantage of the  by watching the adver-  especially if you take ad-  ; ,       ESS" HALF-PRICE OFFER  The regiil.-tv 'hiorning.edition will he sent to any point west of North Bay  (including the '**-- ��" '      "���      '" - *  -  -  ��� *  DULL  it  '-'-���i"11 "ii'i-iuiig. edition win oe sent to any point west of JNorth Bay  icliidiiii'  the big Saturday illustrated  edition) for one year for TWO ���  .,\, Reg"'.'"-price $1-00 per annum.    Cut this ad. out and mail'  with J wo Dollars to-day and havo it st.-ui, nt once.  '"***���fl ���^T" "."BCun tr!y��tmsrm,Mrm.-ar.ft\  Aditrcmn t   'I'HIfl   GIjOUIJ,   TORONTO.  i"S*  nrtJTh I'"   Pl*   1-��UUd   Hve ibilfkthcir treatment not only did not  *��Kht.   Dres.sed   turkeys.   Smith's  Falls,   help her hut she grew steadily woi'Se  -Her     toflHrue     became; swollen,     her  women.  'ENTER, PassJ  luaranty /JMg,  H inclement1   \veathor   lias  'Jhck  Turpin's   Stable," a  erection at the rear of a  y.ngshot,   Surrey.   ,Jn this  is    said, "the famous high-  Jnsed to ,0 house his , "Bonnie  pss.' '   ,   '���  ��� SCENIC R��|  C. P. R. nil  )LID COilFC-J  :. p: r. ski,*  *h trains.  L Sleepers-  luoted toe'li  V;est, Soul  I CountnJ  lent,  tipodes.  C. Richards & Co.- *  ���si���While in - tho country*  er.. I was badly bitten'by'  ���so badly that I thought  disfigured���for a couple of  [was advised, to try your  to allay* the, irritation, and  - The effect was 'more lima  ���at few applications com-  uring the irritation, pre-  e bites from becoming sore.  S LINIMENT" is also a'  tie  to keep oil the rnosqui  Yours truly,  W.   A.  OlvE.  [|0race. Nfld, Jan. 8, 1S9S.  I can safely ,say.'that,no'-mnn ever  attempted.to  bribe me,  gentlemen.  Voice , in - the Crowd���Don't hci  downhearlcdti(p!d chap, your luck  may;change.���Tit Bits'.  Doolan (to the village doctor, who  is> spo'rftirnan, and, i.s met with'hi*-'  g;un)-���Sure,, doctor, you are a careful man,' for if yer priisic 'em yer always carry yer gun.���Glasgow'Evening Times.  So rapiilly doe^ lnntr irritation iprcad ancl  ucepon, ti.at oft^in iu a few v...oU< u ^inii.li*  'cough culminates in tubercular .consumption.  Givo IkvkI to n coush, there isahv-ays <i.i!u;��r iu  delay. Get a IxjUIo of liiokio's ^V��ti-()oLsuuji��-  Liv*o" Syrup, unci cure your&elf. It is a medicine  uusurpatiMKl for all throat and hituc troubles.  It js c impounded from several herbs, each one  of which.stands at tlie head of tho list as exerl-  in'? a wonderful iuitucuco iu curin;,' oonsump-  tion and all luu��r dL*>easoj.  )f fourteen has made  3,500  fe  punctual   attendances-   at  School,   *-Joho.    She  has  once    absent or .even late  Jwas five years of age.        * '  Rhissos of liquor are serv-  1 same person in one day at  hotel in Chopwell, on  no, now    controlled  by, the.  Public-House  Trust.  Ttiinblers or nearly the same' shape  and "dimensions as those employed  to-day have been found in great num-  lers in 1'oihpoi. They were of gold,  silver,, glass, agate, marble and other  semi-precious stone."  HOW TO CURE nEADAClIE.-SomepeopIo  sudor untold misery day afier day wii li Headache. Thoro is rest neither day or iiiirut unl il  ,tho nerves ,-\ro all unstrung-. The can.* 0 is gen-  erally a disordered stomach, and a euro crm bo  oftocted byusinj.' Panneleo'.*- Yoi;cUiblo Pills,  containing Mandrake and Dand-lion. ."fr. Fin-  lay Warir, Lysandor, P. Q.. v/r'tes: -'1 tl.id Par.  mole-} s Pills a flr*5t class article for Bilious  Hoadaehj."  18c per pound.  MUTTER���Creamery���Receipts are fairly  large and prices hold steady at lGic to  17c for choice  creamery,  f.o.b.  factory.  IUJTTER ���Dairy���Receipts are large  but much of tbe stuff U second class and  fine graces are scarce. Prices are. easier  at i) to 12c per1 pound, commission basis^  according to  quality.  CHEESE���The   market   has   again     declined this week  and purchases have been*  made at 8'c per' pound.      The range    of  price's   is   from  '8J   to   9c  per  pound,   delivered  in "Winnipeg. ,     ��� .  EdGS���Supplies are only moderate and  prices .hold at lie per dozen for choice  case  eggs. , d   '      , , <.      ,     <,;  ' DRESSED MEATS���Orass feu beef is  becoming more plentiful ."and prices are  easier. Several lots of range cattle have  been received for local trade,'and these  show line quality.' 13eef, city" dressed, 7-i  to Sjc, per lb.; veal, S to <Jc; mutton, 9c;  spring Jambs, each SS.50" t'o ?4.50;-hogs',  per'pound,-7A to  8'c.   .  HIDES���Receipts are light and the market' unchanged, sls follows :t No. 1 city  hides, GJc ; Ko.02, o'c; No. ,3, '4$c. Kips  and calf thc.sume price as hides; deakins  2d (o -10c; slunks. 10 to 15c; horsehides,  COc- to  91.      ' ���   ,   . v.  WOOJL�����t'ct-i)itn-*of--a.ra.nitoba 'wool are  light and the market is steady at (' to 0J  cents, per pound  for unwashed  fleece.  SENECA. ROUT��� Receipts -' are larger,  and a continuation of the*'present, high  prices, coupled with good w-eather should  stimulate digging. As high as .18c per  pound lias been paid for choice root delivered in Winnipeg, and .the price ranges  from that figure down to 34c, according  to quality. Clean, bright root, is much  prefericd by dealers; and they will readily pay .several cents more per pound, for  thi.s kind of'stock.  infonaaltej  t 1>i Uie to  M   or iti (  np/ily lo/f  * or to  .���rtcPHS*.!  s.  AgtJ*  Mm  Tfl  OU!  fhin% greasy- dishes cr pota nnd  r'a Dry Soap   (a   powder) will  Screuao with tho greatest e&e. jg  mi  the-  Lak  > nil poto'i  ^RELESS CONSUL.  Brpt   Il.artc   Camo   to   *Lom��  Pon'Mou   at  Gla*ffo-rr.  tet llurto was consul nt Glas-  as seldom to be found in that  ?pent most of his time iu the  rawing rooms, where he was  favorite, and delegated the  business to assistants. One  '.making one of his rare vis-  Row he scraped acquaintance  'anger on thetraIn. l^ach  /scinated by the other's per-'  ���uui time passed quickly.-  At  reached  the outskirts of a  fplnce is this?" inquired  the  Hocking-cradles for babies * were  used by the Egyptian's many, centuries before Christ. Among* the pictures copied by Bel/oiii, is one of an  Egyptian mother at work with her  'foot on tjic cradle.  BABY'S OWN    TABLETS.  Come  ns  a Message" of J Tope  to  Tired and Worried Mothers."  all  QUEBfj  PROVIi  convi'i*'  iL-ngers.  :kets  to ft**.V  ���rn Bfli'  ��� 'H- ?  ��*t the sliRhtest Idea,!' replied  �����r looking out of the window.  minutes later the railway  'led the tloorof the couipart-  '���nuoiinccd llmt they had ar-  ;lasgow.  '." '������ ;   y   ,,'     '  ������������'��� y  hute showed up at the coii-  g-' next ui'oniing the first per-;  'Ivtinced to greet him was the  ��� stranger, who Introduced  ^firfi^1" tl speehil agent of yiie home  ^effi11 SeUt t0 ',nv<-sHgate charges  u'q��   ��l dut>' on the part of the  TO#i,,f     : .-���'-'-'  Mf   1 m"y   ave beoii affable, but  b|S|U|      ff'-1" a 8ensfe of humor,-  Spro1/ <C,ab!?a !"S ^vcrnnient  -���ftliV' niln -'ucldent,  ns  lliit��ifV,llecossor ,wis' soon, after flp-  In homes where    Baby's Own Tablets  are  used cross  and  fretful children   nr'e   unknown.    The     little   ones  are cross because they are ailing nnd  thoso Tablets are  the    best medicine  in  lhe world for stomach, bowel and  teething   troubles.    They   will     make  .your baby well  and keep it well, and  they   are  guaranteed     to  contain   no  ingredients that can harm  the smallest,   weakest   infant.    "Mothers   everywhere givo these Tablets ihe highest  praise.    jWcs.   ll.     McAllister,   Cooksr  town,      Ont.,    says:���"My   baby   wns  much  troubled with constipation and  indigestion,     and   was     very  restless  tmil   peevish   at  nights.    I gave     her  Baby's  Own Tablets  and she is  n,ow  regular  and  rests     well.    I also  find  that   the. Tablets     are  a great  help  during   the  teething  period."  ,   Children take these Tablets just as  readily ''ass.pandy  and. crushed, to  a  powder,    they can     be  given .to  the  youngest;   feeblest   infant   with   none  ;i>'ut good .results.    Sold  h.v all  dealers or sent post paid'at 25 cents a  box by writing direct to the BrkWilliams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Oat.,  or Schenectady, N...Y..        ,  LIVE STOCK. , ���  CATTLE���This week we have to note a  return to more normal conditions in the  cattle market, and prices are now lower.  Grabs fed cattle are now in the market  and will be plentiful hereafter. Reports  Trom the range country say that cattle  are in fine condition. Butchers are now  paying frbm -tc to 5c per pound, off cars,  Winnipeg,  for  live cattle. ,  SHEEP���Receipts   aro  much   larger    as  the western  range sheep are  now coining  in,   and   we  quote  prices  JLc  lower  at Ac  to -ljc per pound.    Lambs are worth 3��c  to -lc. ''       ���   .  .  1IOGS���Live   hogs   are   now    coming  in  more freely   and   this  market   is   easy  nt  6^c  per pound  for  best  packing weights.  ���"\riLCir   COWS���Cows  are   scarce,     and  good   milkers   readily   bring   $4 5   in   this  market,  tho range being from ?S:"i to ?'15  each.  ���  HORSES���Then? is a steady demand  for general purpose horses and as these  nre scarce, prices are high. Supplies are  being- brought in from Ontario and rifon-  tnii.i.  toflgue  speech^thick  and  indistinct,  and she  could neither sit still nor stand still.  'She could, not    hold anything "in -her  hand and it was necessary to  watch  her-all  the time    as  we  feared  that  she  would  injure    herself.   The  last  doctor   who   attended her ** told     1110  she  would  never get,   better,   and it  was then ,1 decided    to  try JDr.   William's Pink Pills.   After she had taken  two   boxes  we could  see  an improvement in her condition.' ' Her jip-  petite improved, she "could sleep, better and the spasms were less severe.  From that on  thero   -was  a marked  improvement; in     her   condition   and  one day, the doctor who has said she  could     not    get better    called  while  passing     and' found     her     ironing-  something sho had no\, been able to  do, for  months.; ,I  told     him it  was  Dr.  Williams'     Pink Pills     that  was  curing her and he said,   "Well,  I am  surprised*"     but   continue     the   pills,  they will cure her."   She used, in all  eight    or ten  boxes    and is now  as  healthy "a  girl  as you .will  find   anywhere,   and  she "has, not  since had .a  symptom of the trouble."  If you   are   weak  or ailing;   if  your  nerves   are   tired    ,or  jaded,   or yyour  blood   is  outtt   of condition,  you-will  be wise ' to  use    Br.  Williams' Pihk  Pills,   which,   are  an   unfailing  cure  for all     blood     and nerve     troubles.  But    be sure    you get    the genu ine.  with  the     full  name    "Dr.   Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale    People"  on the  wrapper  around every box. 'Sold by  all    medicine    dealers    or Sent post  paid at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for  $2.50   by  writing     direct? to   the  Dr.   Williams',   "Medicine   Co.,    Brockville,   Ont. .   .  '<���' i  urn-  GLEAN  SWEET.  DURABLE  CLEAN  SWEET  DURABLE  are made   from   the   best  selected ��� SPRUCE, 'with ���  GALVANIZED  SPRING STEEL WIRE HOOPS/ s  which are secure aud will not' fall off.     Always ask  ,    �� ,        your dealer for    '  y : ;< "  1 7 -  I, '    ��  ';       1  - .   1  7 ,y,\  Bo we travel on tin>? on this road?  asked the " seedy individual at the  railway. *  Sure, replied the ticket-seller.  Well, gimme a ticket to Montreal  to be paid fur in  thirty days.  Minard's Liniment is tiie best.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS, B. C.  Without question the best, and  most effective springs'in Canada for-  the care of rheumatism, kidney , or  liver troubles. Tha ' medicinal qualities of the water. < are unequalled.  Splendid hotel accommodation ; fine  fishing and hunting. An ideal spot  for ,tho Invalid.  Coffee pots are an' Oriental invention, and arc supposed to have come  from Arabia in     A. B.  1-100. - About  Pepper* castors were, used by 'the  Athenians, pepper being, a common  condiment. They were placed on the  table with the salt in Kngland in  tlie sixteenth  centurv.  Tho proprietors of Parmeloo's Pills are constantly rcceiviuii lottery similar to tho following, whicli explains itself; Mr. John A. Beam,  Waterloo, Out., writes: "I never used any  niedic.no that can equal Parmelee's l'ilis for  dyspepsia or liver and kidney complaints. Tlio  relief experienced after usinij them was wonderful." As a safe family medicino Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills can bo given in all cases id-  quiring a cathartic.  Minard's Liiiuneai for Rheumatism.  were un-  century.  ds     are  so called because they were first used  in Venice.  ���    'di  v   1  "I    i'i  ',       I*.   '  .    ���- r  Lucifer matches wore ��� patented in  .l-S'l-l, while* friction matches preceded  them by thirteen years. The improved machinery by which matches are  now made by the million at a trilling cost were the inventions of comparatively  recent years.  Ul fitting- boots ntul shoes cuuso corns.  Ilollowny's Corn Cure js the article to  use. Get a bottle at once mid cure your  corns.  Combs   were  I known graves.  found   in   tho   earliest  rc.-.otui n>t 1 of.  VChpp Ablinhiiiu Lincoln was a ycung  man. his prodigious strength and his  skill In wre.slliii.i- were ilia tiers of note  throughout cenli-al Illinois. Few In-  rlecd were the men who could boast of  having laid him on his back.'  Somewhere along in the thirties there  was a case on trial in ono of the circuit  courts in (hat section- Iu which an effort was made to impeach the testimony of one of the witnesses. The evidence was conflicting. Some would  believe the witness oii oath and others  would not.    ' ��� ."' .��� ;  ,.' At last a middle aged manywitb a determined   expression   of   countenance   regular patterns,' were '.known to  the  was  called  to .the  stand.     The  usual l.-^Syptians 2300    B.',,., C.   In Babylon  question was put touching the reputa-  .If your children aro troubled with. worms,  givo thom Mothor Graves' Worm Exterminator ;  safeysnro, and effoctual. , Try it, and mark tie  improvement in your child. y  TM'osaic floors, [ laid with small,pieces  of "different  colored stones  set  iu  I /i:, ���''l   ,flK�� n>'<I  Coffee.  fcaiaJH f'!'.!!;,cd t0 tllG corning coffeo  1 Ttol)  0 of S'yaa R0|>j        y-  .Ill's"?'" -.   ,i.'    ~~ ��� ; .      d  icrif*"-^ ������J0-fV        X  w,����d��nH.  --- '"-"> his money fell to him?"  n't      *V0 **1C| ������"'*������   "-h   lu  in ill '  w-   |" Wra t0 H-turabled through  u '���"dftfos-Jj.'' ftll(i sued the clty."-Chica-  hi* ��  ���*:?41J  Tlu; S11Itail, of Morbccb.yyill riot allow'a single lightning-rod .to-'be .-set  up* in  any part of his dominions.  Minard's ���'Liniment Cures U'Jrippe.  Lamps were used before written  history. Thousands of ancient lamps  have been found.  The first, patent for a sowing machine was issued in England in 1790.  This early invention was not successful and other 'intents were issued in  lR(')d   1818 and scores of times since.  tioii of the witness for truth and veracity: d   .; L      ���".'..     ���  "Would you believe him on oath?"  "No. I wouldn't,"  he answered, aiid  before the lawyer on the opposite side  could interpose he gave his reason:  "I heerd him braggiu' ou.ct that he'd  tJirdwiH.l   Abe   Lincoln   In ��� a   fair   an'  si-unre Tussle."  JNo other witnesses were called.   The  attempt to impeach  was suc'cessful.-  ��.011 tli's Companion.  floors of this'kind dated from 1100  13. C. They! were common in the  Athenian and Koniari houses.  7E?ct>��*-t .Crltlclwnt.-  "Dis haystack leaks." grumbled Lny-  ai'ound Lucas as he pulled his hat  dow 11 farther.  "Ves," replied Tired Timothy, "modern nrkilekc-her is on de bum."  that means  No!   No I .'"No?. Not  _ This word is used four times by  Prof.7; W. Hodgson <*Ellis, Official  Analyst to the Dominion Government, in reporting the result of his  analyses of Sunlight Soap.  "No unsaponified fat "���  no waste. y  "No free alkali";, that means no  damage  to. clothes or hands.  "No loading mixture"; that means  every atom is pure soap.  No adulteration whatever"; that  means pure ingredients  Try Sunlight Soap���Octagon Bar���  and you will see Prof. Ellis is right  He should know. 203  Food ant!  Clin meter.  One might almost say'that the rocipe  for a happy home was what has been  aptly called a "bland" diet. While it  is no,t literally true that1 eating hog  makes a hog of a man, yet it is true  there is a large connection between it  and character. , Bloodthirsty. lustful  races are those that eat meat���largely  rare'ineat���freely, whereas tbe 'gentle!  industrious, persistent races are mostly grain aud fruit eaters.  While the controversy over vegetarianism Is one for scientists to settle,  even the humblest of us can -iffurd to  try for himself the advantages of a  "bland" diet. It is a most interesting  experience to see how acute and sensitive the sense of taste can become by  avoiding food that has a strong taste.  No one knows the delicate sweets  and acids,, oils aud bites In our common cereals and fruits who eats huge  . chunks: of fish, flesh and fowl highly'  flavored 7 and deluged with lilting  sauces. Simplicity,, of life can; be as  tn deb' a part o f d i ei as' o f f ur n i tu re o r  clothes. ��� William Noyes in Good  HousekoeDinir.  Did as Ha Was ToI;l.  7 An .Impecunious constituent of a Chicago (iklqrman called upon the latter,  at his office last week and requested  the loan of a dollar. A two dollar bill  was the. .smallest the alderman had.  Thi.s he banded to the caller with the  remark:-    . '."'y      y ,.-' ���    7  "Go to the 'cigar stand down stairs,  get .11 (irtoen, cent cigar, keep a dollar  aiid bring me.the. clmh"-e."  In a few .minutes'' the visitor reappeared, pulling contentedly at a cigar  and handed, tlie.nhlt-niiiui S3 cents. Noticing a peculiar .expression on the alderman's fneck he withdrew the cigar  from his lips.long enough to in<|iiire:'  "Did you mean that the cigar was  ''or you or me?" .���,'���"'  "Get out of hero!" was all the distrusted politician could say.  SEE HIM SMILE I  So would you When you smote  LUCiNA CIGARS.  I That very nwccl  flavor iviJl   inaJc*  I any cigar smoker look pleasant.'  I MANnrAcrcruKn  ny  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO....;WINNIPEG  A preparation mado from Ciudo BEAUMONT,  TEXAS OIL.  Greatest medical discovo-y of recent ye.irs.  A cuie :\n(l speedy euro for all throat, bronchia' and Inns ��i��eises, consumption iu its ear-  liorstases, and rheumatism.  Largo bottle p-opaid to any address on receipt  of ono dollar.  Address, JJeajimonl !Sre��li<*nl Company,  . Box 5G9, hoaumont. Texas, U. S. A.  i.' '  ; i  Dishes of gold and silver used in  fable service iu 900 B.C. were found  at Troy by Dr. Schlieuianu. One of  these was about the size now emplos*-  ed.  (POISON)  One 10 cent package  will kill more flies than  300 sheets of sticky  fly paper. Clean and  handy.  W.   N.   U.   No.   RS-i.  Curtains were employed for bedsteads in thp eleventh century; they  were afterwards transferred to windows.  lea pots wore the invention of  either the Indians or the Criinese,  and are of uncertain-antiquity. They  came to  Europe  with., tea in  1G10. "  Brooms were used  years bjef.ore Christ.  Egypt 2000'  1  t%0 '.I I.  '1. i:  d*'-  f i  .!>'!  V    .  I   f  J  'I   ,<rt  1 *  )  ���1  C  O  Q  1  1  i; '  *  r  l  .-4C*��w'.fefe��*eruauai  LiBiiiiljIii    'I winuiiisr onHis mi-Ms?.' "-f   ' '''  '���Have you tried.it?''.  P.ibli*,hed ic tLe interest of the peoplaj    Sav6 f ^ tap. tbey*a>0 vaiuab;e.  *>  . i  g L O. O. F.  fifects every 3Iouday evening in  tijeir  of Moyio ��,-(1 liacfc Ilcolsnay.  J.S31I'-*:r��iCO.;    -.  -   -    I'ublisfcero  -1  St,   Joseph's   Convent  seisou, u. a,  BoaiJmg and Pay school conducted}  by tho Sister of Kelson, ��� B. .0.    All  Odd Fello'vvs cordially invU/E-d  i /.\zs5 cr grrrcrii'Tic:  . f..-_v.  iilulcyou. Hot Spring:  ���-* -  ' - - ...  The most complete health resort on |- ^ j  g.irTliw  the continent of Jforth America.'-  Sit-1   '    jToble )3rand  uatejri   midst   scenery   -inririll.or? - for ! l t iiiai IL B< ,.���_.j.  Jliali oa .Victoria olreefc.    Sojourning "j branches of elemental-?, business and;  l~,,������_:__- .-,.-.11..;....: .u-i,'   ' 'high  class educatio/"*. jfaught. b~y   thej r  ���F- ���  *'.00  SATU11DAY, JULt. 26, ISO:?.  p-iiv i;OAni> i>Jt> "iv'O'r act.  ConsJder.thJe    comment  being  hoard will: rtygard   to' the  reason   why  , tho e.iccuti/0  committee  of   the Associated boards of trade did   not   meet  f  in Fernie last week. As' a- rule the  hoards are criticised .lor-'their hxak of  ���interest, but the  following   statement-.  jjranducr.    THE  HALCYOT7,' HOT  SriirN.GS Sanitarium, -Kalcyop'Hot  c-prings," Arrow Lake, B.  O.    Besident  physician and nuhs,    Doaiing fishing  and   excursions. ���   Telegraphic-   com-   _ _  munioation   with   nil   parts- of    thej CGr(1iauy inviled Vettend  world.   -Two mails arrive and  depart j  I sisters v/hb hold certificates from  the-1  D. Bovs,    j Londb::    Board'\6f "'Education'  and  Secr.'v,      Sc'ience     Department;'    jKeupiugton,  zsm*xm=Jmmm  Epglnnd,  'Apply tb Sister Superior.  Moyie   |Imerss' Union  4^"<0-    Tin  r       i "���v       -*    ��� *���  Jleets in ilcGregor hall everv Tuesday  Sojourning    members   are"  Epgli  AT THE  -4  I  evening.  JOHIT BLAGI'BUK'r,  ' 'Pre'sident.  P! T* Sir/TH,  Secretarv,  daily.    Teriiia", ?15   to   $10  per  weak j  according   to   residenoo-'in  hotel  or  villas.    Its baths oure all  nervoiis end  muscr.hr diseases.    Its vale rs heal all j Moyie Bo^lXL ,Of   Trade -  mir-h'   tronhlps.;   .-..''     -*-'---        -    '���   ,'      -   -   .,  i     ���  kidney,-liver and   stomach' troubles, i  ,.     ,   ,    ��� ,,r .r    i .    ' ,r- ,t,Q   ThebahiS'r.ndr.'titersare an invaluable i  made by J3. V��d Monk, secretary cf the-f .',���.,- , ,     ,  i    ,'*.",".    .'     d'     '.7 J reined v for-silver and le.id  poisoning.  ,1'hoenh; board   of   trade.,  shows   that,*     *.- -r . .   ^.      -'"'I  rliey'wcre ouite jizsti|Ied  in  tlieir ac  iion.    Hcsayo in part: >  i   "How! v/hat are 'the facts?    ilr.  Bti-  'jha'H.an, as preslcle:it oi the Associated'  (boards, at,the sweciai . re'russt- of  the  - a- ' - - *-  iFernie 'Boards   v-ifed   , tlis * diJTerent  * i *>  boards, asking, if'they favored a'meet-  tn.ewit Fernie to   sea -r.-ii*-L 'could  bt7  ilonQ  towards anvidubly cettling   ,tho'  <itnko. *Tli{j'^iiRT;cro,frbni tho various  'l-itt?il3 shOWOfJ that*the 'jnn-jorliy diJ.  'p;it(-tavb;' 'tha  ijjbctFng iinleso both  ii!��-i}eij  U ljio ."striim dskeil  far Jt.  ^overtlisless,1 2Ir." Buchanan,  hoping  fhat something ouuld be accomplished  In so grave'a crisidj oallod, the  meot-  iug for last Weduosday at Fernie, and  as we know, not enough turned  up to  "Amber" Plug Smoking Tobacco is  winoin'g on "its merits. ���   *���   ''     >'���  "Havo you tried it?': '  Save the tags they'are valuable.  1  hold a sassion.  l'A Boundary board wired to both  parlies to the strike and asked ii they  Invor&d tlit- meiiting, ��� One of these  sent aa unsalisiactory answer, and  . the other has not yet replied. That  board decided under the circumstances  t  not (o send a delegate, and the Phoenix board did dikewlso. 'This seem-  mgly was the,sense _ of most cf 'the ;  "boaidsi, vi^., that ns intervention' was  ,not asked for, it't attempt would be of  no effect.!'     ,  Tracy has disappeared and so has  Sheriff Cudihee. ' Will Oudihae get  Tracy*or will Tracy get Cudihee? .  U<*tjsa o��" I5Ia=olatio!j '       ,  This ic :'M*^r-rnfy -that ' tht undersigned |ia ;*o this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent.    '  W. A- Hamilton, assigns, transfers  and conveys to j: Frith all his right,  title atu! 'Mocest in tlie buslncge  carried op iu (lie minio -Or Prith d-  Hamilton. The said,J. Frith aasumes  all liabilities.'     J. FliTTH,,  W. A, HAMILTON.  ���  Movie, July -i, 1002.  Idjeets on the first Y/edneaday*  evening of each month'at  S o'clock sharnia-"thp court  house. ��� *"    ' !*  i  A. P. if^.CDON'AtD, Pres.  Andrtew Jonsfsrqx,   Lewis Triousox,-  -' ���      Yice-Pres.     '��� ^Sec'y.  POUllT -MOriE.  It    *      ^ "���  ?��-'*l  ifeels on taolnst Thurs  i ���  Jay of-each mouth, V;?.  itiug  brethejruiLipvltpd  to attend..  Pioneer ? Hardware  Store.  -��� -*-"    ���    \  You v.-ill find a complete stock of gen-]  eral Hardware, Enamel and T��u y/ars.-j  Paints, Qila, (31ass, etc.  ^^Qt-TinssilOiiiis: ana rjaimbin^.  ' ���      ** J '  w   y  teal  ,Bt',ft*a  JCootonaj' Stoam Laundry.      '   '  Wc.=lt--y Oline, of the Central' hotel  barber shop, is now 'agent for the  Kootenay, Steam Laundry at* Nelson.  All, laundry'left in his charge . will be  promptly attended to. Laundry must  be in before Tuesday evening. Terms,  cash in-advance.  ii iir ������ im  i  111. t, sjrYrn, c. h.    g. t. adeneaoR, b.;s. j  n    o    - ( , ,  Harvey   &   McOarier,  POBTSrEELE.B'.C  ,    -<,<������   , y     :        i  ���Harvey, "StoCarter & Alexander,     ��  ,   '; fJIRXIE.B.'C.  (i  Barristers & Solicitors.  y     ,     5-2.  ��� t W: A, Prest, *  Photographer,  Cra;ilj-roi>!c,     BroyJs,     Fort Steals.  The   hoboes  will   be   doJighted  to  k-arn tliat tbe C. P. II.'id adding,' 2,300  more box cars io its rollinc, slock.���  New Denver Led^e.  **BgwwEtaTtarcwcs?iKTB=a>3Bcgwisg]iT��ri:  �� ^JLL-r- 'mti  W. F. GrURD,  BAUUXSXEK, SOLICITOR, ETC  B. C  CRAMBB.OQK,   '  -  - -   ���*-'-'*..  JCgyjJ-Tt  The Mail and JDrorea saya:    Pcoulf  WUOi.SSA'LE A2)u IlET-AIL'  Fresh  and Cured Meats, Fresh  Fish, CJ-ame  aui I'oultiy.    We 7  supply   only   the   best.     Your  trade_solicited.  5> ���  6i  ���THE ST. EUGENE MiNJNY, f(  THE MOYIE LUMBER CO    '  ��Alllf, MITCHELL A CO  'J* EfD, CAMPBELL A CD.  MacEACHERN &3rAOD0X*Tj)   <  1\ -BURKS '���& CO.  ' KOOTENAY,.HOTEL.    '  CENTRAL HOTEL.. '  MOYIE HOTEL."  THE LEApER OPP/CT;-.  fi-. }JVWINER.   \     -  J. J. MTJIIPHY. ��  p:'d. hope: '  tl. P. PABEELL.  "  ;��� - '���M^  _- .*Lm  I Pi  r.V  ���ti  e Best Feopja Insure  esf Bompiigs,  '<.   �����'   }       vi -*���  .' .    , I..*     . ...  MTOSWB3E5S"   ..-���-.., -,.. j^,*.h,3.'C>"*..  *m^m��,   n .v.: ,mr*,m ..,. JLT. .rMrTT^^*  P. J. ^cMahon, Mgr.  Drug and Stationery Stom  MUI,   Toilet Articles  Office Statioiiert  School Supplies,  who persist in =j<iyine '���appediceetis,"  .-'perityphleelip/* "ton'filjefi-j" an so on  tliould be warned that the dictionary  ',<.ys"I-tis"~i   an' :::    kite���in   every   III      all     tlie      Principal  ���case. ThtMi ".vords arc ��l!i''!ii;!i, and  nut Trench. ]uili.iii, Portoguesn, or  any sort of dago speech.  Now that the bathing sfiaoon has  opened a note oi warning will not be  riniit.-i. As is well known all of the  huge lakes in the Koutenays are deep  and treacherous, and even the most  yxocrt swimmer is none too safe in  their waiurb. Only Udtweek a drowning occurred near New Denver in  which Howard l-Vest,' the assayer lost  his life. Weat had the reputation of  being the best swimmer on Slocan  lake, but a crump rcndeied him as  useless as a novice at the business,  and ho bank io ijoc uo more. Last  summer several persons swam across  Moyie lake without even beiug accompanied by ii boat, but it is lo be  hoped no one will attempt such a  ioulhariiy fete this seusoi*.  Hcut-il  in "\Tojio.  Lrummei���W'hiit do you do do  ainuso ypurtelf  in tliis little to;vn? ��  i\terchant���To amijte ourselves!  Why, there's c-oitiothjng going on  ii very , night. Monday the Good  Templars meet, Tuesday thc Odd  Follows, Wednesday the prayer meeting, Thursday tl|o band practices,  Friday the Literary society, Saturday  the debating club and the choir practice, and we go dov/n to the depot  every day to pieet the train.' \ye'vc  eot amusements io burn.  Tracy Comforted.  . A postal telegrapli mc-ssimger at  Seattle located Tracy the. other day  find handed him the  following  cable:  Pretoria, S. A., July 16.  Harry Tracy, Seattle;  As long as you keep youiself surrounded you are safe.      y''.DEWET.y".  Reduced Rates to K.  V. OorivonUo���.  For the Knights of Pythias conven  tion at San Francisco  5th. the C. P.   It  i'Tnh^001?"^ , COmmoi'J"poinirFo'r  .-.JhoO.OO.for the return, good  all rail    or  via.   steamer,   including   meals    and  berth from from Portland, Victoria  nr  Seattle.���. -For fn.U part.culhrs    S   0  Cities and   Towns j in  British Oolux^.!bia?  ���   "CBAKBROok, B. C.  HKAJJQUiUTKUS   FOR  EAST   K-OOTEN'Ar  ?  ���<-��-  ASSAYJ1B,  -i 61-  NELSON,  ���������UTTiTIM TT(ri71TyTi.||  Oi?,ANBK003S.  Daily market prices  by   wire  from' Spokane.  ��� '������������ ��� ������ -,_^_��        . .  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary P-jblic, Accou^-  K  *��� tant,   Commission   akd  Insuuance Agent.  Hoyies  p, C.  BOOTS 'AND    SHOES  ij'*.i   j  v -.�� ��.> y-'   ������ -,  ���$     .-��� j  Kepajrcd and Mad3 lo Ordo**.  ;\ * p* ��� * * *    i*' ��� *    *     ' x   i^-r   >.t    v*  * i  %*  i j      i t  'NHA-a "M".j.pEAtcni����H 4-. ^r^pojrALps.  CHAS. P.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and  jEmbalmer.  i  j Graduate of Champion College ol   the  | United States.    Upholstering and gen-  ' eral  furniture  repairing.    Oijice  and  store, Aiken's   block,  near  Canadian  Bank of  Commerce.* Telegraph  and  mail orders promptly attended to.  B. O.  m  FOli   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  u  kOYk  **?**??- tvoMjuamgrwrt  ���^' rr  re)  Cranbrook.  ���MERCHANT"   TAILQR.  pine   Suitings,    Oyercoating ���  Trousert*,   Imported    Goods.  MpYIE, b. c  b.c;brenton & nelson  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO  CRANBROOK, B, C.  Areated Waters qf all  Kinds,,  Ortjeus Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syphens.  BO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyriqhts &c.  .-cletitifie" JTtherieaC  A bnndeoraely illustr-ifod weeiclr    T.nmnst fir  culutloii of liny sciontitld lluVn,tl.   Te,-?nl ST a  lUNN & Co.38iB��x"��w?y, Now York  ,-FOll���  p:eayy teaming-  ���ALSO���  PApGAGE,      E.M-KESS     ANp     GENERA!  Di-:i4VEiiy.5  MOYTE.  O. F. DESAULNIKlf.  DEALER  I  O s '  yrwDisiiSTXor, ntesterer <e co.  *        i , \ ' *      i -j *- j >  t  ager Beer, Porter and!  eer Always on Hand.  * ,       *��� ,    jf, ��� ��� ��� *  ���^  ���tualj[Jy notre^celied in the country.  , l)e![ponvince4.  Try it  0  2^^^^9d^^��-^(^��^^^9-��^4g���e-��d��3��Se���'S9^r  >sz$$$&i  World's   Scenic   Route.  DIRECT LINE,  Eakt  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Af on treal  St. John'  JIalifaj;  Boston'  Xcw YorL  ilia  West  Westminster  Vancouver j $  Victoria  $  >    Skaguay  fl>  l)av/son  Seattle  Portland  San Franpisco  ���. w ��  '-  Upper Lake Steamers.  i Leave   Fort William. Sun.  Tue.  Fri.  VIA. SOQ LINE  Sjj.   Paul, Di;lutft   and  Chicago,  Tourist  Sleeper   Service  JOBJfSTQjy   J3BQS.  Thiy Hotel is Mew $.nd woll Furnished  Tables are Supplied' with the T'"'  Market a%rfl's. The BartJ|s Tjl  the Best Br^nqs of ^iquorg g-nc  W  Best,  \QS  ��&-.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR GK)MMKBOMr  AND MINING MEN     *'  ��- woyik, ���       ....  '    ���������       _     ���_ nintn.ii,  ��S6���������*S*S*S���*S6���������e����������������66eece���6���S6e���6���������  ?&���,  =������85  .'IS'I  I'linn for Snip.  A 3GQ acre farm thice miles from  aroyie for sale. ��� There isv corisideral.lo  land cleared and it is wpll Blocked  with hogs and poultry. For further  information apply at this ofiice.   -1-2!).  lie  tys  ldg���  to  T-teayc   flunmoro   jlunction  duily for  St. Paul.  Leave   Kootenay    Landing    Tuesday  and Saturday for Toronto und   ail  eastern points.  WJ2ST  T.eave   Kevelstoke  daily for   Seattle,  Vancouver and coast cities.      '  --PROMPT DELlVElty.  Queens' A^e.-    -MOYIE  k through tickets to Europe via. all  Atlantic lines. Prepaid . tidkela from  'all points.at lowest rates. For full  partirulars apply to local agents  , ���; '���: ���  -i.: '���     '  .'  G. HNIier, Agent, Moyie.  J/8-CAUTBR,- E.j.cbYLK-y'-  Old hunters say  The MA RUN  has so jnapy things to commend (j. The top of the  action Is always cldsed, the  mechanism the most simple, the finish elegant, the  form attractive. Jt seems  to throw Its bullets a little  more accurately and plant  them with a little more force  than any oiher rifle. For  deer take a 38-55 or 30-30.  ,J 20*.l-1e* $��'��Io& ��*"> 'iiu.trii.  f!.r,3'.C,0(,m,?,d.COVerbyR'B,,0��,oa-  MApuNpif-p ARW3Qa   HAVKM. OONN.  Dili'fc, Va��H, A(;t,  'Wol��oa<-  '���'WttJo   . i'us  Vaaeovoi-.  Aid  Prices Given  and Orders  Taken on  ' Every thiW=  iii the Prints  lam at W  ���feTisf;  ���rf  ��?sa5?��*  S2s^S


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