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 '-.*��.  ��: -' A' I  ',;  , ' v.  "lf^4 l-pL-fCZ*- '-^UU^^r^  i  /OL.8,tt0 9.  MOYIE, B. C. JUNE 10. 190!  ��2, A VliAH  HARDWARE. *  We liave received this, week a  complete stock of Hardware, This  is a line of goods whicli have been  much needed] and if there- is any-  tbing* you want in this kind of  goods we can supply your wants,  Thename is just the same.  INEVITGH  IS FOR  Undismayed By Recent Defeat.  GENERAL  NEWS   NOTES.  Nelson    ha?   decided   to  celebrate  Dominion day as usual this year.  1AM A MM SAYS  Firmly-   Believes   He   Can  Defeat.the Japanese- in  Manchuria-' ' ,  Ou June let th; eight-hour.' "bank-  to-bank" .yslem. ca:ne into force at  the Fernie mines.  ' Over 30 milling 'concerns , throughout tbe United'States are u-sing 'tlie  union label ou flJur.'  ,Dr. Green of Cranbrook has gone to  Stillwater, Minn., where he will be  married to,Mies Staples,  A "first aid to the injured" outfit  ia habitually carried on the automobile of tho King of England.  Germany is able to feed about nine  tenths of ber nearly GO.000,000 inhabitants on tbe products of her own soil.  For Both the   Grading and Ties.  WORK IS BEIM PUSHED  Breckenridge &" Lund- Expect to,Finish, h"y October  '. ���    ��� '     1st.,"    ���  hL^^iMm^:^^mmm^^,   5BANtv��;^ COMMERCE  ^^^0Um"^OO^OO     ;;  ^.-^���R^^ve'VAd-^''^" ,3,500,000    ���  THE  OEieserve, .,        <,-    .,--., ���   .  .T_3tal! Resources " - 91,QOp,000 ��j  OV. 3  10, '04)  . ���   ''   '   ,,, Deposits Receivedl";^ *       /'  DON'lA'dNEGLECT - YOUR  Manchuria, June 8.���Undismayed"  by It jje3tveusky'.s defeat and full of,  confidence as ��� to'the outcome of tbe  approaching baltlp, Lieutenant General  Liucyitch is foirwar to tbe bitter end.  To a question put to him as to whether he was for war or peace, the commander .[in chief rpplied firmly and  without the slightest hesitation ;    .  "Most'certainly I am'for -war. I am  a soldier. ^ -    ,,  ". '[The emperor's will is naturally ray  law, b'ut my voice'now, as before, is for  continuation of'the fight. I consider  myself strong' enough not only to  hold riiy ground, but even to advance.  "I am no prophet 'and have no  dcsire.tq be one, but 1 firmly, believe  I can and will defeat the Japanese in  Manchuria., .      ,-        ^ '  '  ,   The Nelson street   railway,  for tho  month''of  May Avere  and  OUR SPRING  STOCK.  Our  soring stock   of   Canadian   Can-  1 ned   Goods  has corns' to hand, and   is  made up in part of the following:  ' ,"i0 Cases    Anchor Tomatoes, J     j     j"     .  40 ,   " Anchor    B<rftns,  20 " Anchor Selected LV,i->,  20 " Anchor Eir'.y 'June lVas  "^10 ' "     '   Anchor Corn, "   ���  50 " Wis.ous.in Corn,  f,0 " 'Gallon Apples,' <"L  30 " ��� Gallop Ru'spbenk'S,.  i     ,30 ' " 0 <i.'o l\ars, '  .'JO "   ���    Gallon Peaches,  20' ���'     " Gallon riums,  20 " ' Gallon Pumpkin,  ,    20 ',' Gillon CherricF,  receipts  $403.30  the  wages of ttiu employees were  '$360.85. i J ,   '   - ,    ',,  , The liitcst'rcport'of 'tho Inspector  of Prisons, aud Reformatories ..states  that, crime ,' is ,on the increase in  Ontario.   ' ,���',''    _*. "      '   '    >  A By means" of a strangle-hold  Eugene Tremblay won.- h"i3 match in  Montreal, last Aveek fiom lamagata,  thcdTapaiiese jiu-jitsu 'expert.  OMhe two men arrested at, Creston  last' week'. ,' for 'bieaking',int9, tll9,  government office, one was sentenced  to", six ' months and , the other ,was  given bis liberty.  D.   C.    ���orbio,   promoter   or,   tho  Spokane ���&    Kootenay  .railway,   has  closed   a    contract    for   all ,the  tics  needed in the construction of the new  railroad   from' its junction  with (the  Canadian   Pacific   to  Spokane.    The,  contract calls for' 400,000   ties,  which  will cost about'$140,000.   /The work of  grading is being pushed .13  rarjidl,  as  possible, and the entire line presents si  busy   appearance.'   Br'eckeuridgc, ' &  Lund,' who have the contract  between  Yahk and tlie international' boundary  line expect to fini-h   grading   in   four  months'   ,time,     or  by   Octobpr , 1st.  Contracts Tor the grading of   tho road  from    Bouncre   Ferry  north   to   the  international boundary Hue have been  awarded.   They have beeu let in small  '   Abo jraHon Raspberries, Black Raspbarrios, Strawberries,  Lawtouber.-ies,  Ithubarb,  Gooseberries,  Grapes,   etc.    Wo  havo made an exceptionally good buy,}of theso  g'.>od-(  rwe will be pleased to quote you our, pneca.        ,   ,  aud  I  '(  $u  ^SS^^Jd^S^JS^^SSS^ESl ____!_k__ju__^^_^  THF "BIG- DAY;*  J. J.,Hill4 president   of   the' Gre_tv portions to, several "diflerent  conlrac  :eM'G:'&>*  .-'���! V  WIlItA PROTECT JyoV ->GATNST  --MOYIE, 'B, C,.'i  Try A.Few Cans'^of  "     "Old Homestead Brand"  <     ,   '. ' -   -^ ' '   "*  ,    ,     Vegetables and Fruits at  ^_^s^__^  F'.tiro   IKTB  Why pay more for'your Insurance than it is worth?  - Wo can-ivc you lowest' ates .villi adequate pioteotion.  ARNOLD & ROBERTS.  CRANBROOK.  MOYIE.  HATS.      .^T-HST^C^P^i      HATS.  We carry the best range of hats in town.   See our  union '  made '-ttHDB op the West." They're beauties. ���  ' 'Merger at ,a -Standstill.  * James Cronin,' accompanied by Mrs.  Crouin, returned Wednesday morning  from-Montreal and Toronto."   "Everything is at a,  standstill"so   far as' the  amalgamation is concerned," said  Mr.  Cronin.   ",Tbe War Eagle and '.Center  Star directors'are in favor of it,  while  some of those of the  La  Roi are  op-1  posed.-die. will Jjo, necessary  to   get;  the voice 'of lhe'"shareholders'"before  any definite, action ca'u be takenv  '< ''Nb'j^the St!  Eugene is not  in lhe  deal, nor will'it be closed'down, ehhor.-  When  our  foreign' contract   expires,  the'ore .will tbe "shipped rto  the   local  smelters' fora' time at  least.  *\Ve  are  anxfousjor the new compressor toar-  rivo, a3 we arc bshiud'ou'development,  work."       t_.      ���  'v The Eagle   Convention,  o      i  E, A. Ilill, who represented Movie  Aerie'_^'o. 8j5 at the convention of  the grand aerie held ' in Grand Forks  on June ' 5th, 6th and ,7th, returned  home Thursday. Mr. Hill says there  were nearly 50 representatives presmi  and they were treated iu a most  hospitable manner by the Grand Forks  and Phoenix aeiics. The meeting  was presided t over by A. VV. Von  Rhein, provincial grand worthy president. A permanent provincial organization was effected, and the meeting  next year will be held at Revelstoke.  Following are the officers for the ensu-  m<' term; A. W. Vou Rhein, re-  oleoted.P. G. W.-P; A. W. Good-  euoiigh, Kaslo, P. G. W. vice-president; Frank Le Roy, re-elected 1. G.  W. secretary; J. R. Cameron, Sandon,  chaplain; H. Schoficld, New Westminster,   worthy  conductor.  Sprained Ankle, Stiff Keck,  Lamo   Slioul-  dcr.  These are three common ailments  for which Chambeilaiu'a Pain Balm is  especially valuable. If promptly  applied it will save you time, money  and suffering when troubled with any  one of these ailments. For sale by  S. K. Harvie.  Northern rail way jhas<'stated verbally  and in'writing that his company will  build" ,;'1C0 .miles from .'Midway to  'Princeton this year."       .   '  - A  ,. It is said.tliaL'the C. P. R.i3 arranging tos^aba'ndbn.-'-sleam for motive  p-wer on the.ltoasland liill 'and use  electricity,1! four electric" locomotives  being built in the east. ", ,     /  , ''        ' \ L ' ' 1 4  Charles McGinty.'.of .Portland convicted of wile- beating, was given 20  lashes one''dayj last'-wick. He was  tbe'first to leceive' this . punishment'  under the' uew.law of '���Ui'-t state/ "'   \  tors.-  The New-Band".  ' This-is piydiiy at 'the St.'Eugcno  mine-rihe day looked forward to so  eagerly by both the miners and the  business men. 'The amount'distri  buted will be iu the neighboihood of  $30,000.'' .._^j_J   LOCAL  NEWS'.'    ,' t  ' -METAL   MARKET..'     ��  . New, Yoiik���Bar silvc--;' GSg- cenl��  Lead/$4.50., Zino (Rpeltcr-) $0.00. , ,  London���Lead. ��12.18s. 9J..'  .The.  Frauk'' Paper  ���and   is'  has   made ; its  , a ' bright   anil  appearance; ��� ,  newsy .publication/ _Messrs  Srakher-  The Moyie Brass Band ' was duly  organized at a meeting held at C. A.  Foote's tailor shop Tuesday evening..  The officer's are'C A. Foote, president,  and'R. Campbell,' secretary-treasurer.  Prof E. A. Soberer was chosen as  leader and ^'instructor of, the band.  The iustrumentsof olhe defunct Fori  Steele band,have been purchased, aud  ihe boys 'are" Jnow in' training.---Good  progress''is bring made, and from  present indications the band jyill- be  in position to render excellent service  on DominioivDay. '" .    - ,  T.Sl-}1i\~ Keenev-Patterson' -Wedding.  ingale and Drumm  are   both capable   xi-oci^cv   ^���       , o  men, and.we look ,for 'a   journalistic  success for them.  Tlie U30 ot loose blasting powder is  to'be discontinued in the mines of  the Crow'.'Nest Pass Coal,,compauy.  One of the "permitted ��� explosives"  sanctioned by the British'' government  is lobe substituted, probably   '-robur-  ite."   ' _j; ' ,  Thirty men are employed at the  Alice miue an 1 concentrator near  Creston. aud.the output of the mine  is about 40 tons in day. If the water  supply hangs out a good summer's  run is looked for.    '  A ve'ry pretty wedding look place at  the Catholic church Monday morning  when Miss Maggie Keeney of Moyie,  and Mr. Robert Patterson of Rossland  'were Aiuited in marriage by Itev.  Father Choinel.' Miss Ellen Bonner  of Butte officiated''as bridesmaid and  Michael Bonner as"c.roomsmin. Mr.  and Mrs. Patterson left on tho same  day for 'Rossland, where they will  make their home. Mr. Patterson is  loreman at the Jo3ie- concentrator  near that   city.  THE   MEN'S   FURNISHERS  i    Imperial Bank of C  I  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  ^ ������"'. : "Deposits of $1.00 or upwards, received-    .        , s.iviu���s  I    ,     ':  ;,>-      .A There is no  better -iuyealraeot thixn a .SaMUgs  J    : Bank deposit.  1  ' '   AdOnce opened- it,grows whether added .^-or -no.  ���-��� -.-A    : interest- allowed at  current   rales   and   com  ','���' ���-..-p-.ur.de'd twice a year. !  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  v' "    J. F. M. PINKHA.M, Manager.  >-������  �����j*_  .���_yd_5-/ifiji^ ste^AzzfiLsif. ste_  . - 3Ls^^--^ ** ���w-^ ^ ^*  Youir Watch   ^^m.  Will receive the very best attention if seut to us for repairs.  The daily increase ot our Watch  Repair Department is a sufiicient  guarantee that our work is turned  out light, and (hat we give the  public satisfaction.    Try us.  W. H. WILSON,  Jcwrler. CRANBROOK, B. C  Fire Brigade.  STOP^AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  I CRANBROOK  E. IX. SMA-X, aiariaffor.  Good rooms, good tables and bar,  _5id Srst'cJas's sample, rrj-as,  Tho western Federation of Miners,  in session at Salt Lake City, have  offered a reward ol .$5,000 for the  aptrehension and conviction of the  perp'etratois of tho horrible explosion  at  Independence, Colorado,  one  year  aS��- ���  P. Burns & Company have purchased nil tho Calgary C���ttle Company's . interests ia Calgary, Fernie  and Cranbrook. The deal involves  real estate, live stock and meat  markets and slaughter houses worth  over $100,000.  The  Celebration.  The committee in charge of the  Dominion Day celebration met last  Monday lo diFCiiss mxlters in a general way. Next .Monday they will  canvass the town and solicit fuuds,  and on Tuedsay they will hold another  meeting and arrange the program  and purses. Too big posters will be  ^,ut In a few days.  Cuban    DlnrilioeH.  U. S. soldiers who served iu Cuba  during the Spanish war know what  this disease is, and that ordiuaiy  remedies havo little more (fleet than  ao much wa:er. Cuban diarrhoea is  almost as severe and dangerous as a  mild attack of Cholera. Thcio is only  one remedy, however, that can always  be depended upon as will be seen  by the following certificate froni^ Mrs.  Miume Jacobs- ot Houston, Texas-  "I1 hereby certify that Chamberlain s  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  cured my husband of a severe attack  of Cuban -diarrhoea, which he brought-  home from Cuba. We had.several  doctors but they did not. do him no  gooi'd   One bottle of this remedy =ured  ^ftK&S __���_-,' ^v^V^ASA 'A10  1 For .-alfe by S. K. Harvie.       ' ;    Ur.tr. V. ... a. ^.^-,  Wednesday evening the chief, secretary and treasurer of' the Moyie Fire  Brigailo held a meoling, and the SflS  left over after paying for the 100 feet  of hose recently purchased was placed  to the ' credit of the brigade. On  April 2-lth the ladies gave a dance  and raised $93, which paid for the new  hose and left $18 over. This? makes a  total of( 350 feet of hose, orr,enougii to  reach nearly every building in towu.  Increased   Earnings.  As an evidence of the increased  earnings of the C..P. R. at Movie now  over that of one year ago wo give the  following figures : For May this year  the receipts of tho Mo., ic office  amounted to $41,031 49, as compared  with $7,071. IS for the monUi ol May,  1901. This makes an increase of  $33,f>(i0 01.  CR-aiUm racillc Iliillu-.-iy Summer  Kwir-  bloii Katun Kiist.  Tho Canadian Pacific Railway  announco low return rates to eastern  points account lollowing conventions :  Imperial Council Mystic Shrine,  Niagara Falls, N. Y. $7(3 25 ; International Sunday School Association,  Toronto, $76 05; International Tiirn-  erfasi, Indianapolis, lnd., $(><.bt>:  National Education Association,  Ashbury Park, N. J. $85:35; Christian  Endeavor Convention, .Baltimore,  MD ��� ��81.25'; American Institute of  instruction, Portland. Maine, *^'7��;  Annual Meeting B. P. 0. E��� Buflal-J,  N; Y., $76 25. 'AH ..tickets good ; for  CO day's. For dates of sale, particulars  of     routes,    and   berth   reservations',  D. J. Eltiicr was iu Cranbrook.  Thursday.   t  A niuo pound char  was   caught., in  Moyie lake this week.    ���  Born. Mouday morning to tho wife  of H. Cimcion a daughter. *  11.i A. Smith left today for-Lxdy-  sruith as a'delegalo lo the I. O. O. F.  giand lodge.  ' ��� ''    A  - A.-B. 'Stowart-A-Codlfave installed a"  handsome  piyte .glass   show case  in  Uuir store. -       , '-        '   ���  vCumpbfH'- ' comedians' played   in  Eagle hall ilbuday and Tuesday evenv  ings do good houses. , '  FOR RENT���Two store rooms on  Victoria street. Apply to Farrell ��� &  S'niyth. ' >  G.',Routh ot Toronto is licre on a  yi=it with his brother P. G. Routh.  , M. J. Harper returned from ,the  hospital yesterday, aud 'is much im-  proveddu health.  'Rev. D. M. Perley arrived in Moyie  last Saturday from Phoenix and has  entered upon his duties as pastor ,of  the Methodist  church.    '  FOR RENT���Furnished house in  Like Shore addition���; Apply to  Farrell it Smyth.  A dauce will be given in Eagle hall  next Friday evening, June 16th, in  a'd of the new band. It deserves to  bo well palionized.,   -  Peter Lutner and Paul Jeuscn have  taken a mile,contract near Yahk ou  lhe uew Corbin line. '  Frauk Guindon is; doing some  development work on the Toronto  mineral claim on the west sido  of  the  lake.  Joseph Niedcr'stadt is building a  15x21 foot addition to his brewery,  which will be used as   a   malt   room.  Tho Duke of Sutharlaud, one of  the largest Ian 1 owuers in Eoulaud,  passed through Moyie ou his speci il  train Thursday.'  Sergeant M..jor School, tho trooper  missionary, oill deliver a lecture on  the Boer war at the Methodist, ohui-ch  oa next Fiiday i veiling, Juue lG.h.  A public meeting will be held in  McGregor hall next Monday evening  to consider taking action on a set or  ic*-oiutions pis-oJ at a recent meeting held in Sandon regir.ling Hit-  employing of Chinese and Japanese  labor at Saliuo in place of white men  t, A'-Valuable  Invention-,   ���_  1 '������ t  "        a i  ; G"A. King.r supeiinteudent   of   tho   ^,  SL-Eugene   cmicentrator,   and   Geo.  Clothivr, supeiinti'iidotitof tlfe   mine,  have-bcen ptutiugiu th��ir spare mouv-  euts for   some time past working "on \  what they oill a'"wet process" for ex-  '   .  tracling   silver   from   zinc   ore.    S->  pucccssful have   they  been, that  witli^ ���  iheir r_lit'ilo expcrimeutal plant  theyr,  are able to   save 75  per cent of tho , ,  silver   values,    and  are  confident in.  their; expectations  cf saving,90  per    ,  iccut.   Their   iriventi.u, if  successful,  will bo of   iucafculiblo value- to,  tho   '  zinc,properties,   of   whicli ���,there   are  'ct"uiet a nu'rnber'in.tho Kootenays, and'-"-"  +1  i J.-*,.  ������"*.",  Sr*1  ���<. y  .>"  *.<' /  '���$  i V,"  ���?*  "  ������ *  i V *  \  fc.'  'I, ���.-  W.  \?-:?  J   .   '  >.<*&  ^ ~.  d?\  r'tA--  -Ai  ~'k  , ��>  '  .  r&^  qui-mly with the'6e is mix-:d a quantity^  of'iron;' which adds another barrier  lo  the' product   as' a   marketable   one.'  The magnetic system has been used to  extract this irou,  but   not' with!   any  marked success. With Uie new process  the     silver    can-  be   extracted   and  marketed as bullion,  and   the  zinc  i��  of'suurciently high g-ade can   bo , dis- ,,  posed of to aA good   a Ivantage as eyer.  The    separation   of   silver   from  zinc  without going through lhe  process of  smelting    has   ever    beeu   .a    most  vexing problem.    That Messrs.  King  aud Clothier will make 'a   success of  their undertaking there is   but    little  doubt.    Mr. King  i3   a .thorough and  practical mill man and is  conversant  with the details of every branch of the  business.   The- St. Eugene mill whicli  he built and is now superintendent   of  is not only  about  the largest but   is  the best rqu"pp<jd, aud pdobably makes  >\ closer saving than any other in  the  province.   Mr. Clothier is a practical  mining man and an   assayer, and is of  r.ningeniu3 turn of   mind.    They  will  apply f( r a patent providing their  experiment comes up   to  tlnir expecla-  ' it ^  lions. I   Valuable Pups.  three  lrou i  James Cronin bmu^ht  thoroughbiod Iri-h terrier pupa  the oa-t with him. two for himself,  and one fur W. H. Aldridgo of the  Trail Mueller. He procured them from  Father O'Gnrman, of Gananoqui', Oat.  The pups.'-ire is the lainous Badgor,  chiunpi.in of this special breed ��n  boih the United Sia-tns ami Canada.  Tho puns cost nearly $70 each laudu t  iu  Movie.  The Elko Mill,'  The erection of the Hanbury planing re ill at Elko is surely the beginning of better limes foi the towu which  is already wealing a brisker appearance. The mill will turn out be-  t.weeu'fifty and seventy-five thousand  feet per day and will employ about  Itiiriv ! men. The lumber iviil.bo  purchased trriceu irom tho near by  mills and will bo sorted, planed and  and   dried at   this   mill.    The   output  will-be shipped to Brandon where   the.  em"'- firm ope.i.iU.3 a sash and d'.-Or  'biWry'. .' - '        ' '  FOREMOSJBAKIKSPOWDER IS THEV/OBLD  Awarded highest honors  World's Fair. Highest-testa  U. S. Gov't Chemists.  .PrSss Baking Powder, 0oa  "^���'WaJi'-sa'-J^W^  WK_*r'W'*5',Sj*tff; si>tvf>isms^i��s~  jamanwrnMii  a it  ���i'i  V- ���  k  y  Tr            '  ,ft  f  ' ft  $  '/  1 '  -1"  '��� .���.'_ ."'  fe  *,'   1-  ,    f,C!  A        _ <  A   '   ii    ������  m   A ;a  '   /,-�����  '        ���!,   ��  '   i t  ���".  -./���?;  .  ���  t'''''  i-   ft   K  "*���*   f    fi      *          t  >    ft    g            *,    <"  " I I," . <  , "''' .*' ^     4      -'  =-.-.�� i.Af.; '���   '  I  -   -    ,*r -     - ,"fL O       1  ' -d / f* " I  . </>J    A.-  A    '    "-'-"ii  I  "   ' ' 'i  \ ���.      -"* i."  *,ll -  *"���' ,- '   A'A"'  ".'"���i a Af, . a  F  ���'       4," H  '    -.   -"J*        \  . .,    . ���. Jl    i     r  I'    - ,'  <���_    V  IP':A"ii     A  ���?%Ay ,.   l    .  _#'-"f. "Ar^AS?,  3i  Or  The Love Story of Charles Brandon and Mary Tudor, the King's Sister, and  Happening Id lie Eeign of His August Majesty King Henry the Eighth  JLewrilttn fcnd Rendered Info Modern Engliih From Sir Edwin  Ca.sltoden*s Memoir  "���*_*-  -*��?    By   EDWIN   CASKODEN   [CHARLES   MAJOR]  liSp ���     Copj/nflJit, IB8 and 1901, by thc-Bowen-JfcrrtU Company ' i��?  We'told oacli other an our sua eis, imi.  for all the woild 'like a pair of j,'h-ls.  Brandon told me of hi1* hopes s'nd aspi-,  rations, chief,anion, v.lii< h w.-is hi* desire to earn ami wim- enough money to  pay  the debt aaain^t In- father's, estate, which he had tinned out to his  younger   Lirotlier  and  *-"-tiT*.     lie,  .'is,  the eldest, could have' iM.cn it all. for  his father had died without a will, but  he said there was nut ciliiuali to divide,  so he had piven it to Ihem and hoped to  leave it clem- of  dclit; then   for  new-  Spa in, gloi.v and fortune, conquest and  yellow gold!   He had rend of the Voyages of the great Columbus, the Cabols  jiniAa  host of others,  and the future  was us ro-��i.y as a Cornish 'trhTs elieilc.  Fortune held up her lips io lilui, but���  there's often a stins iu a kiss.  ",    ' '  -A ,       .             i , '    , '   ,  ,      CHAPTER III. \  Tin: I'luxci.'ss Ji.Mtr.  OU'.' at that time,  Mary; tho  king's sister, was just ripening into her greatest womanly perfection.    Her fckin was  Jlkp velvet,.a  rich, clear,  rosy snow,  with   flic   hot" young   blood   slowing  "SP-  si_:_  through it like the faint red tinge wo  ,   sometimes see on tlio inner side of a  .,    white roMo loaf.   Her iiair was a ,very  light brown, ahnp^t golden, and fluffy,  soft and fine as1 a, skein fit Arras silk.  , '.   Sho,was of medium height, with a figure that Venus might havo envied.  Her  foot   and   hands  were small <and   ap-  ���    pnrently made for the sole purpose of  driviTig mankind distracted..    In  fact,  ''��� ' ,that seemed to be the paramount object in her creation, for'she lind tho  1    world of men at her feet,   ner great-  'est beauty w'as lierglowln, dark brown  eyes/which shone'with an ever changing luster from hciiealli the shade of  the longest, blackest upcurvlng lashes  ever seen.' ' '    . d '  Her voice was soft and full and, except when aiigry, whicli, alas, was'not  IiU'rc-Qucnt, liad a low and coaxing little note that made' it lneMstuIe.    Sho  1 was  a  most adroit con_or and',knew,  ' her power full well, all hough she did  not always  plead,, bavins th'e'Tudor  '    temper and  preferring to coimnand���  . when she could.. As'hefore hinted, sho  had  coaxed  her royal1 brother out of  'several   proposed   marriages   for   her  which would havo been gieatly to his  advantage,' and if you had pnly known  Henry Tudor, with his vain,  boisterous, stubborn violence, you could form  some- klea-ui^nTry^Sgrowers by that  achievement alone. ���- ,.,  Such,"was  the royal maid ,to whose  Render'mercies, I now tell you franklj-,'  my   friend  Brandon   was soon  lo  bq',  turned   over.    He,   however,  ,was' a  ,   blade1 of  very duTereiu temper'from  ' *' ixny she had known, and when I first'  ^ saw,signs of a growing intimacy .between them L'felt, from what little'I  had scon, of Brandon, that, tho tables  , were yeryilikely to be turned upon her  , 'ladysliip.    Then ".thought J, "God help  ^ her,", for in a nature lil e'hers, charged  with/latent force, strong and hot and  ->fiery as the sun's stoied'rays, it needed but a Hash to make it ixitent when  damage was sure lo follow for .somebody���probably Brandon.  ���  Alary   did   not  come  home with, us  from   "Westminster the morning  after  the jonstinp,' as we li.nl expected, but  followed some four or me days later,  and Brandon had fairly settled himself  at court before her arm a I.   As neither  his duties nor mine were onerous, we  had a great deal of time on our hands,  which we einplojeil walking and riding  or sitting iu our common room reading  and talking.    Of eour-so, as with most  , young men, that very atiracllve branch  of natural history, woman, was a favorite toptepr.iad-we accordingly discussed  It a great deal���that is, to tell the exact  truth,   X did.    Although Binndon  had  seen many an adventure duringdiis life  on the continent which would not do  do write down here, lie was as little of  a boaster as any man I ever met, and,  while 1 am in the truth telling business,  I was as great a braggart of my inches  as ever drew thejongbow���in that line,  I mean.   Gods, I 'flush up hot even now  ' when I think of it!   so I talked a great  deal and found myself Infinitely pleased  with.Brandon's conser*aiioniii powers,  which were rare, being no loss than the  capacity for saying nothing nnd listening politely to an Infinite deal of the  same thing, iu another form, from me.  I remember that I told lum I had  known the Princess M,uy from a timo  when she was twelve ye.'.rs old, aud  how I had made a fool of myself about  'her. I fear I tried to convey tlie iiu-  predion that it was her e\al(ed rank  only which made her look unfavorably  upon my passion and Mippicsscd the  fact that she had laughed at mo good  hunioiodly and put mo hit ai she would  ha\o thrust a poodle 1 ram her lap. The  truth Is she- had alwn.is been kind and  com tiniis (o me and had admitted me  to a digiee of iiitimaey much greater  every way she was until I opened 'the  floodgatesjOf my passion, as I thought  it, and saw her smile and try to cheek  the coining laugh. Then came'a look  of offended dignity, followed by a  quick, softening glance.  "Leave me one friend,  I  pray you,  Edwin.   I value you too' highly to Ios��,  aud esteem you too much to tonuentu.  Do not make of'youiself qne<of those  fools wlio'feel, or pretend to feel, I care  not which, such preference for ine. You  cannot know'in what contempt a worn-,  an holds a man who follows her though'  she despises hi in.    No man can beg a  woman's love; he must command it. Do  not join their ranks, but let us be good  friends.,  1 will telbyou the plain truth.  It would be no different were we both  of the, same degree.   Even then l'could  not feel toward you as you think you  wish, tiut I can bo your friend and will'  promise to be that always If. you will  promise never again to <njeak of tills to  me."      l" ' '  I promised solemnly and have always'  kept,my word, as this true, gracious  .woman, so full of faults and beauties,  virtues and failings, has ever since that  day and moment kept hers.   It seemed,  that my lov<\ or wdiat I supposed 'was"  love, left my heart at once, fiw.en in  the cold glint of her eyes as she smiled  upon my first avowal, somewhat as disease may leave the sickened body upon  a great shock.   And in its place came  the restful   flame of 'ii  friend's  love,  which so softly warms without burning.  But;Uie burning!   There is nothing in  life worth having'.couiparc'd with it for,;  all its pains and agonies'.   Is'there?  "Now, if you must love somebody,"  continued-the princess, ��lhcro is' Lady  .Taiie Bolingliroke, who isbeauiifudand  good"and admires, you'and, I think,  could learn'to"��� But here the lady, in  question ran out from, behind the draperies, where/I believe, she had been  listening to it all, and put her hand over  her, mistress' mouth, to, silence her. - '  "Don't believe one word sho says, Sir  Edwin," cried r.ady Jane. -''If you do/  I never'will like you:" The emphasis  on thod'will"'held out such inyoiuntai.  promise In case I did not believe .the  princess that I' at once protested total  want of faith in a single syllable she  had said about licr and vowed',that I  know it couId''n<5t be true; that I dared  not hope for such happiness.  You see, I had begun'to make love to  Jane almost before I was off my knees  ,to Mary, and therefore-I had not been  much hurt in'Mary's ease. I had sufA  fered,merely a.touch of the general epidemic, not the lingering, chronic disease  that kills. '   ,       . A-  -"   '  ' Then I ���kuew' that the best cure for  ,tho sting which lies in a luckless iovo^,  is to love .elsewhere,i and-Jane, as she  stood there, so petite, so blushing'and  so fair,  struck motas quite the-most  'pleasing antidote J could possibly find,  so I began'at once to,administer to.ray-  self.thc delightful counter irritant.',Ait  was a  happy -thought/for'- me, one of  those wliich comedo a man now "and  then and for which he thanks his wits  in every hour of his after life.  .i^BiuAtho jwinning of Jane was not'so  easy   a" matter   ns' my   van'ity   had  prompted me to think.    I started with  a handicap, since Jane had heard my  declaration to Mary, and I had to undo  all   that "before   I  could  do  anything  else.   Try the same thing yourself with  a spirited girl, naturally laughter Iov-  "Don't believe one word she says   Sir  Edwin."  ing and coy, if you think it a simple,  easy undertaking. I began to fear I  should need another antidote long before 1 hoard her sweet soul-satisfying  "yes." I do not believe, however, I  could havo found in the whole world  an antidote to my lovo for Jane.  Iu the course of my talk with Brandon I hud, as I have said, told him the  story of Mary, with some slight variations and coloring, or, rather, discoloring, to make'it appear a little loss to  my discredit than the barefaced truth  lhaii I deserved.    Tln.-i, p,u Uy at least,    would have been.   1 told hi in also about  grew out of the fact that I helped her  along tho thorny path to knowledge, a  road she ti.m.iod at  an  eager gallop,  for she deaily lu\ed to leain-from cu-  ridsity'perhaps.    ���',   '���  I am sure she held mo* in her light,  ' gentle heart as a dear friend; but, while  her   heart  was   li.lled   with, this  mild  warmth  for. mo, inine began to burn  with   the   llauio. that  discolors' everything, and I saw her friendliness in a  very'distorting'light;    She was much  kinder to me, than' to most-men, but I  did iiot soo that it'w.as by reason of.my  absolute liarinle.s.siies.s, and, I suppose,,  because I was a vain fool. I gradually  bpgari to gather liope-ivhieh goes with  .every .vain   man's  love���and,-what  is  inore. actually climbed to the very'apex  of idiocy aiid'dcelarud myself ."i Woll  know tho infinite.distance* between us;  but,   like, every  other  man   who came  within tho circle of this charming load  stone,   I.lost  made a. greater fool of myself than I  naturally was,'which is saying a good  my   life,   God  Jane, and. I grieve mid blush to say  expressed a conlidente in that direction i little felt.   '  It had boon perhaps a year since my  adventure with Mary, and I had taken  all that time trying to convince Jane  that I did:not mean a'word 1 had said  to. her mistress and that I was very  earnest in everything I said to hor.  But Jane's ears would have heard just-  as much .had they; boon the pair of  beautiful little shells they so much ro-.  seuibled. This ' troubled rile a great  deal, and tho.., best I could hope was  that she held me on-probation.  On the evening of the day Mary came  home to Greenwich, Brandon asked:  "Who and what on earth is this wonderful Mary I hoar so much about?  They say sho is coming home today,  and the court scorns to .have gone mad  about it. d I hoar nothing but ���.Mary  is coming!     Mary  is 'coming!     Mary!  that   time  in  head and, in short. !: Mary If from morning until night. They  say Buckingham is beside himself for  love of her. Ho has a wife at home, if  I am right, and is old enough to bo her  father. Is he not?" , 1 assented, and  Brandon continued: "A man who will  make such a fool of, himself about a  deal   for  knows!,:  I know vaguely, but did not fairly realize, how -utterly beyond ray reach ia  woman is"~woefully weak.   The men of  the court must bo poor creatures."  He   had   much   to, Ic-arn   about  tbe  power of womanhood.    There is nothing on earth���but you know as much.  about it as I do.  ������Wait until you see her." I answered,  and you  will be,one of them also.   I  ' flatter yon by giving you one hour with  her to be heels over head in love.. With  an ordinary man it takes one-sixtieth  of that time.. So you see I pay a compliment to your strength of mind."  "Nonsense!" broke in Brandon. "Do  you think I left all my wits down in  Suffolk? Why, man, she Is the sister  of the king and is sought by kings and  emperors. I might as well fall in love  with a twinkling star. Then, besides,  my heart (Js' not ou my sleeve. , You  must think" me a fool���a poor, enervated, simpering fool like���like���well, like  one of those nobles of England. Don't  put me down with" them, Caskoden, i_  you would remain my friend." ,  We both laughed at this sort of talk,  which was a little in advance of the  time for a noble, though an idiot to the  most of England was a noble still, God  created and to be adored.' - -  . Now, when Mary returned the whole  court rejoiced, and I was anxious for.  Brandon to meet her and that they  should become' friends.   There, would  be no trouble In bringing this meeting  "about, since, as you know, I was upon  terms of intimate friendship with Ma-  -ry   and ��� .was  the  avowed , and,  as   I  thought, at least hoped, all but accepted lover of her first lady in waiting and  dearest friend, Lady Jane Bolingbroke.  Brandon, it is=true, was not noble, not  even an English knight, while I was  both knighted and noble, but he was  of, as old a family as England boasted  and near of kin 'to some of the best  blood of the land.   The meeting came  about sooner than I expected and was  very near a"fallure.  It was on the second  morning after Mary's 'arrival at  Greenwich. Brandon and I were walking In.the palace park .when we met  Jane,'- and  I, took the opportunity  to'  make these, my two best loved,friends,  acquainted.'     ,, , !'L'   <"' /   '  "How,do you,do,' Master ,Bran_on77  said Lady Jane; holding 'out her plump  little hand, so' white and soft and dear  ,to mo. "I have heard something of you  ��the last day or so from,Sir Edwin, but  ^ had begun to fear he was not going to  give'merthe pleasure of knowing you.  I hope I may see you often'now and'  that I 'may , present you to my mistress."   ' e*     .'',",  With this,her eyes, bright, as overgrown dewdrops, twinkledtwlth a mischievous little smile, as if to say, "Ah,  another large handsome fellow to make  a fool of .himself."'*   '"..���,  Brandon acquiesced In the wish she  had made,'and after, the interchange  of a few words Jane said her mistress  was waiting at the other-side of the  grounds and that' sho must go'. She  then ran off with a.laugh'and a'cour-  tcsy and was soon lost to sight behind  the shrubbery, at the, turning "of the  walk.' '    ' f        '      ' ' _    ' ,  - 'In 'a short time we came to a summer  hoiise near tho marble boat landing,  where" we found the queen and some  of her ladies awaiting'the rest of their,  party for.n'trip down the river which  hadTbceii planned tlie day before. Brandon was known to the queen' and sever-",  al of the ladies; although'lie had not  been .formally  presented  at, an  audience. ,_Iauy of, the1 king's'friends eh-,  joyed a considerable"intimacywitldthe  ^vhole court without ever receiving the  public  stamp   of  recognition' socially  which goes with a formahpreseutation.  'The,' queen, seeiug,Ais, sent me'off "to  bring the king.   After >I had gone she  asked if any one had seen the Priucess  Mary, and Brandon told her Lady Jane  had said she was at the other side of  the grounds,   "-"hereupon  her majesty-  asked Brandon to'find the princess and  to say that she was wanted.  Brandon started off and soon found  a bevy of girls sitting on some benches  s.under a spreading oak, weaving spring  flowers,   lie had never seen the princess, so could not positively know her.  As a matter of fact he did know her as  soon as his eyes rested on her, for she  -.ould not be .mistaken among a thousand. There was no ono like her or anything near it.  Some stubborn,spirit of  opposition, however, prompted him to  pretend  ignorance.    All   that  he  had  heard of  her  wonderful  power over  men and the servile manner in which  they  fell  before her bad  aroused in  him a spirit of antagonism and had begotten a kind of distaste beforehand.  He was wrong in this, because Mary  was not a coquette in any sense of tho  word and did absolutely nothing to attract men except to be so beautiful,  sweet and winning that they could not  let hor alone; for all of which surely  tho prince of fault finders himself could  in no way blame her.  She could not help that God had seen  fit to make her* the fairest being on  earth, and t the responsibility would  have to He where it belonged���with  God. Mary would havo nono of it.  Her attractiveness was not a matter  of volition or intention on her part  She was too young for deliberate snare  setting, though it'often begins very  early in life, and made no effort to attract men. Man's lore.was too cheap  a thing for her to strlvo for, and I am  sure in her heart she would infinitely  have preferred to live without it���that  is, until the right one should come.  The right one is always on his way  and, first or last, is sure to come to  every woman���sometimes, alas, too  late���and when ho comes, be it late  or early, sho crowns him, even though  he be a long eared ass. Blessed crown,  and thrice blessed blindness���else there  were fewer coronations.  So Brandon stirred this antagonism  and determined not to Bee' her manifold  perfections, which he felt sure were  exaggerated, but to treat her as he  would the queen, who was black and  leathery enough , to frighten a satyr,  with all respect due to her rank, but  with his own opinion of her nevertheless safely stored away,in the back of  his head.  Coming up to the group, Brandon  took off his hat and, .with a graceful  little bow that let the curls fall around:  his face, asked, "Have I the honor to  find the Princess Mary among'these  ladies?" ' '���'"'���.,...,"  Mary, who I know you will at once  say was thoroughly spoiled, without  turning her face toward him replied:  "Is the Princess Mary a| person of so  little consequence about the court that  she is not known to a mighty, captain  of tha guard?"  .He. wore, his  _-u.���rdam_n'_ doublet  and she knew'lds rank by'his uniform.  She had not noticed his face.  Qui^k as a flash came the answer:  "I cannot say of what consequence the  Princess Mary is about the court It  is not iny place to determine such matters. I am sure, however, she Is not  here, for 1 doubt not she would have  given a gentler answer to a message  from the queen. I shall continue ,my  search." With this he turned to leave,  and the ladles, including Jane, who  was there and saw It all and told me  of it, awaited the' holjt they knew would  come, for they saw the lightning gathering in Mary's eyes. ���  Mary sprang to her feet with an an- >  gry flush in her face,'exclaiming: "Insolent fellow, I am the Princess Mary.  If you have a message, deliver it and  be gone." You may be sure this sort  of treatment 'was such as the cool headed, daring Brandon would repay with  usury; so, turning upon his heel and  almost presenting his back to' Mary, he  sp^oko to Lady Jane: '  "Will your ladyship say to her highness that her majesty the queen awaits  her coming at the marble landing?"  "No need to repeat the message,  Jane," cried Mary.i ."I have, ears and  can hear, for mysolf."( Then, turning to  Brandon, "If your insolence will permit  you to receive a message from so insig-'  nificant a person as the king's sister; I  beg you.'to say to the'queen that 1 shall  be with her presently." ���  He did not turn his face toward Mary, but bowed again to Jane.   .  /'May I asT_ your lady-sTOp rurnier 10  say for me that if I have been guilty of  any discourtesy I greatly regret it  My,  failure to "recognize the Princess Mary  grew, out of my misfortune'in never'  having been  allowed to  bask lu��� the  light of her countenance.  I cannot be-  , 1 levei the fault lies at myfdoor,' and ,1  hope for her own sake that her highness on second thought will realize how  'ungentle and,unkind some oho else has'  tyeen."' And with a sweeping courtesy  he walked quickly down the path,.   T '  ' "The insolent wretch!" cried one.  "He ought to hold papers on'the pil-  THE MAKING OF CANADA  DEATH    OF    LORD    NORTON  CALLS HISTORIC EVENT.  Ho It Was, Who Piloted the British  North America Act Through the Imperial House of Commons ��� Where  Capada Was Born���Final Draft of  Act Creating Dominion of Canada  Was  Made at   Hams  Hall.  THE LIME-OIL MIXTURE.  lory," said another.  "Nothing of the sort," broke in sensible, fearless 'little Jane.   "I think tho  Lady ,Mary-,was wrong.,, Ho could not  have known her, by inspiration." ",   '   **  "Jane 'is. right,"   exclaimed   Mary,  whose'temper,'if short, was also short  lived and -whose kindly 'heart always  set lier'rlght'i-'sbe1 but, gave it a_'little  time.;. Her faults, were rather those of'  "education1 than' of .nature.1 '"Jane  is  right 'l.t was what I deserved.   1 "did  not''think', when-1 spoke and did'not  really,mean.it as it sounded, no acted  'like a man and ' looked like'.oneAtoo',  when h(f defended ^himself. ~i warrant  the-pope'at Romp could'-not run over  him with, impunity.   For'once'I, have,  /found a'real live-, man, full of manli-  .ness". ,1 saw him in,the lists at Windsor  a week ago, but tho king said his name  was a secret, aud I could not-learn it.  ne seemed to know j-ou, Jane.'Who is  he?   Now tell'us all you  know.   The  ���queen can wait."   ,   -      ���     "  .   And h'er majesty .waited on a girl's  curiosity. >       '   .      ..    '       w ,, '  , I had  told Jane "all rl  knew'about;  Brandon,   so   she   was  prepared '1 with  full information and gave it. " She told  the princess who he," was,-, of hts' terrible .duel   with   Judson,   his'bravery  and-adventure's hi the wars, ihis generous gift to his brother and sisters, and,'-  lastly, t"Sir Edwin" says he is .the" best  read man' in the court'and the, bra vest,-  truest heart,in Christendom." A ">,      v  " rafter   Jane's   account,! o"f;  Brandon  they'all started by a"ronndabdut'way  for the marble landing. .. In a'few; "moments whom did  they see-coming* toward'them  down the path  but'Brandon,  who  had' delivered  his  message  and   continued   his   walk.     When' he  saw whom he, was about to meet, he  quickly f turned   in   another   direction.  Tho  Lady  Mary  had seen  him,  however, and told Janoito ruu forward and'  bring1 him to her.    She soon overtook  him and said:  "Master Brandon, the princess  wishes to see you," then maliciously:  "You will suffer this timed- Ic assure  you she'is not used to such treatment  It was glorious, though, to see you resent such an affront Men usually  smirk and smile foolishly, and thank  her when��she smites them."  Brandon was disinclined to return.  "I am not in her ,highness" command," he answered, "and do not care  to go back for a reprimand when I am  in no way to blame.",  "Oh, but you must .come. Perhaps  she will not scold this.time." 'And she  put her hand upon his arm and laughingly drew him along. Brandon of  course had to submit when led by so  sweet a captor���anybody would. So  fresh and fair and lovable was .Taue  that I am sure anything masculine  must have given way.  Coming up to the princess and her  ladies, who were waiting, Jane said,  "Lady Mary, let mo present Master  Brandon, who, if he has''offended in  any way, humbly sues for pardon."  That was the one tiling Brandon had  no notion on earth of doing, but he let  it go as Jane had put it, and' this was  his reward:        <  To-day,  writes   S.,  In  The    London  Daily Mall of April 1,  the mortal remains of the nonagenarian. Lord Norton, will be laid in,,,their last resting-  place at Lea Marston  Church,  which  stands  close  by Hams Hall,  in" Warwickshire.     The    aged    Peer   had   so  much  outlived  the  generation    which  knew him best that few will quite rear  llze how vividly Interesting a, chapter  of Imperial history Is thus brought to  a  close.    'Charles  Adderley    was    not  gifted to any remarkable  extent with  those platform  arts-   which    lay    the  foundations  of a great political  reputation.     Straight, and  simple  in  style  of speech,'careless, rather; as to whether he won or missed distinction, but  deeply  In  earnest  about  many things  which  tend  nowise  to  the' gaining of  'popular applause,   though  they    make  largely  for  tho  sweetening  of  human  life, ho missed greatness, "yet" won universal esteem. ,     1  Some years ago I was his guest at  Hams Hall. He was over eighty, yet  full of energy, and seemed to take a  delight In spending some hours of a  summer afternoon showing me * ��� over  the gardens which Surrounded his  beautiful home. His'memory of. the  past was fresh and vivid,' and, less,,than  half his age, I felt myself carried back  at, times which seemed almost historical as he spoke of bis earlier p'olitical  experiences and the men with" whom  he had been brought Into close contact during an actlvo political career. <  , Where Canada Was Born. < 1 , .  1 We lingered for a while on the broad  terrace oft tho' hall,* admiring the soft  b'eauty of the Warwickshire'scenery-'  -Then quietly; and, as it seemed,to me,  with special care, the old gentleman  had seats arranged, and we sat down.  He looked at mo for,'a few moments,  and his-strong,, kindly face'llt up with  a smile of'proud; remembrance.  "Do* you know," he,.said, "that    you  are .sittlngon'^o! spot which may some  day, become  famous  enough, to ' draw  many pilgrims'from'far'distant parts  "of the'British Empire?" ,     ">  I  expressed' surprise and  Interest.  , "It was. Just ,there," 'said' Lord "Nor-'  ton, "that,the final draft was made of  the'British   Nc-^th   America  Act.1"   It  created tlie' Dominion  of Canada, and  laid down the"great principle that the  British   Colonies r.shall  be' free,'  , self-  governing 'nations,   and  not -. mere  dependencies  of  the 'mother .country.    I  was most earnestly convinced that this  was the right policy to pursue; but there  was great opposition from'a, portibn'of  tho  Canadian   people, ,,'and  my  chief,  .Lord  Carnarvon, 'doubted .whether, we'  should  go "on" with -"the scheme.despe^  cially as, we knew 'that there would be  "much opposition to it in the House of  Commons. "���,  ;      -'*,:,<      . -   '   ,    .' A .  " "We spent an afternoon on^thls tcrA  raceiearneslly considering It frpm*every  point ,of view, and ,1' pressed my opinion ,as' strongly as possible.   Lord Car-"  riarvon   acknowledged .that    I , should  havo . tho hardest task' In  piloting. tho  bill  through-the   House .of-Commons,  but, I d!d"not shrink from that, though  ii'mightf have" meant-Ztlic'ruinA of my  Parliamentary ' career.   ' Finally,   'we  'agreed'on,the],maln principles,,"and then  wo 1"sat ��� down here*/and put'the. schc'mo^  Into shape.., I .am, proud 'of .that afternoon's   work,   and   I' lovo1 this   terrace  because  It is'so closely associated  in  my memory with what I think.was tho  most   important   work   of   my   publlo  life."       '���' '      <    '-  One. of the 'Newer   Preparations   For  Spraying the San Jose Scale.  RE-       A mixture  which  I  have  not used,  but  which  is highly recommended by  Professor C. P. Close, horticulturist to  the Delaware station, is a combination  of  kerosene  and  "limold."    Limotd   is  a  finely  ground,    "carefully  hydrated,  pure   magnesium   lime,"    very    light,  without grit and smooth to the touch.  It seems to absorb and combine with  kerosene into an even, thin paste.   The  directions are:" Pour the, kerosene Into  a barrel,  and  for each  gallon  stir  in  four pounds  of  limoid,    keeping    the  mixture In motion until It forms a thin,  sloppy mass.    In case a little kerosene  separates' out  sprinkle  a little    more  , limoid to'absorb  it.    To this add wa-'  ter in quantity equal to the kerosene,  stir it vigorously to get it well mixed,  then add as much water 'as is needed  to  obtain  the   desired .percentage anil  pump'the  mixture back into  itself to  form a thorough' emulsion.'   "It is then  a smooth mixture which flows as freely as water through a vermorel or other nozzle provided it is  well  agitated  and no foreign mattengets in."    <  c This keroseno-limold, reduced so that  It contained 20 and  25 per cent", kerb-  sene, has been used effectively, against  dormant scales -.in   March , and   early  April 'without injury' to   trees   of  any  kind,   It has been used/ reduced to 10  per cent, keroseno, as''a summer wash,  which killed "all, crawling 'young ones,  a few old on��s and a very large proportion, of Intermediate sizes."    Crude  oil cannot bo used,, as it forms sticky  ,clots when water is'added to the limoid  . combination.,   "A' a  To" the summer wash containing 10  per cent kerosene'one quart of rosin  soap in twenty-flve gallons 'of 'mixture  added greatly to its effectivenos*. Rosin soap is made by' dissolving,->flve  ounces of rosin in one quart of ^kerosene and one ounce of hard soap in one  quart of water.' Combine the two mixtures and churn with 'a pump about  five mlnutss until a , smooth 'white  emulsion Is formed. .The-kerosene and  ^rosln and soap and' water solutions  'can be mad* ���up as stock and combined  as needed.' ''  , M     , ���'-'  ' This mlxturo' is worth a careful trial.',  It  Is  much  cheaper  than -the, soluble  oils, and In my, opinion1 the oils are th��  most  rellablo,of  all  the" scale  killers.'  They, get-through or'under even    the'  most" roslstant    form's  . and Apentralo  Into "crevices ,andv through  pubescence'  that .bars all other-substances! " NothT.  Ing other'than oil will reach the insects'  which developrat the tips of'thctwlgs  and get upon the young apple and pear  fruit,-and It Is claimed for the" 10 per  cent keroseno limoid and rosin'mixture  that  it will-cure  just that! condition^  which, so directly affects the* value���of  the crop.���Dr. John B. Smith, NewJer-'  ��y. '.        ,...,''   ���'���  .A: ,     . ���,      -:.  MOHE WHISKEY.  Canada']  Consumption  Sor  Increas^   by  ���>me 22 per Cent.  Some, important facts com.,���.  Increased   consumption   of   ,,   ,ns the  spirituous  liquors are  brou_> an*  the tables of trade and naviMt?,Ut by  turns for 1904 in Canada. T\i ^ 'rt*  points out that they show uZ f W'r  last year th, increased c r. .��� ^ the  spirits in 1901 over the aver _1 " Ct  sumption of the preceding f���i\ on*  was 22 per cent. , I��� connection n"a'a  with, it calls attention to ti1(J ^"f-  crease in convictions for _ru���k?��� 1"  throughout  the  Dominion     Unkenn*����  The figures on Which the concli��i���  are based'are these:       '      or*OIlls'<>nj  Tear.  1899-1900,4.  1900-.901 '.  190_-lfl02' .  1902-1903  .  Gallons  2-523,576 -  2.?07,9H  2.933,18s  3.207,71s  11 >3'2,2,6 j  2,!>��,106 I  3."|&1,2.; i  638,18!  Total  ...   ...   ..'.   ...  Yearly average   1903-1904    Increase above average ..  "The total quantity of spirits man."  factured in Canada during the v��i  named was C,678,153 proof gallons Th. I  quantity manufactured during the m  cedlng'year, was 4.0G3.603 'gallons. Thl I  gives us an lnerease of 1,614,550 gallon.  In the quantity manufactured  "'The' total quantity of mal't Ham,  manufactured in Canada during th!  year was 27.335,9S5'gaIlons. The qua/  tlty manufactured' during the preced'  lng year was' 25,755,154 gallons. This  gives us an Increase of 1,580,831 gallon.  in tho quantity manufactured.  , "Tho total'quantity of Intoxicating  beverages 'of all kinds imported during  tho  year was  3,320,727.  ~' Y'      Liquor Consumed.  "More Interest attaches to the quaj.1  tlty of  liquor   actually   consumed 1,1  Canada for ��� the year.    This Is oscer-  tallied by taking the quantities reDort-  ed as "entered.forj-home consumption"!  both     imported' . 'and .   manufactured.  These , quantities  were''as follows.   -    ��� '"' I:   '-- ���'      -,  '    ���>   ' Gallons  Canadian eplrlta  -.    s,48PSJ I  Imported spirits <     1,854,05,  Canadian malt liquor' 27,333,5211  Imported malt"llqubr       567,115!  Imported' wines ,.-..- ���     543,637  LAYERING-THE'VINE.  On. of, the  Easiest  Ways''of Multiplyl  ���ing,Soma of the Woody Plants.''' ���>  -     ...      ' -   t. n*    ' . -     .        ... .>      f  There is .hardly any one whose home  domain ls'so small that he may not at  least, sit under his "own,-vine, not. to  mention the, fig tree,; which,is' by no  means an' impossibility even, at' the  north.   'The simplest way toMnstall-a  Didn't  Dare.  "Mr. Meekton says he never spoke a  harsh word to his wife."  "Yes," answered Miss Cayenne, "but  I'm not sure whether that is due to  kindness    or    caution."  No man was orer scolded out of his  sins.���Cowper.  Clever.     T      *,  "Don't be so lazy.    There's plenty of  room   at, the   top,   and  you're  clever  *nough to get there," v   \-  "But," replied the lazy genius, "think  "low clever it is of men to And a place  it the .bottom whero there Isn't so  nuch room."  Beginnings1 of Imperialism.  'Lord Norton did not mentionfdates,  but I think the scene he was recalling  must have taken place in the autumn  'of 1SC6. l He joined Lord Derby's Government In June of .that year as Under  Secretary of State-for th'e Colonies,  .and the British North America Act!  was passed in 1SG7. ,1 recalled to his  mind the vigorous opposition to tho  measure by Mr. Bright and other prorh-  inont Liberals.     l (> '  "Yes." said Lord Norton, "it was a  very anxious time for me. Bright was  a giant-in debate, and on the face of  It he had a strong case, for the Cana/-  dian local elections had gone against  tho view we were taking. But I was  sure that tho choice lay between confederation and loss of .-some of our  North American colonies. They would  havo joined the United  States.  "I never quite grasped Bright's view.  My own anxiety was to make the' Colonies strong, self-contained nations,  < linked to us by the Crown, but not under any kind'of irksome control from  London. The fact is that after studying Colonial questions. closely I came  to the conclusion that the Colonics had  got to learn how to govern themselves,  for wo could not understand v" them  enough to do it properly from Lon-'  don, and any kind of friction was likely to break the slender tics. They wero  farther away in those days." the old  statesman added with a smile.  A Sound Compromise.  "Bright and many other^ Liberals,"  ho continued, "believed, I think, that  it would bo better for us to relax all  efforts to Influence the Colonics, and  that if they slipped away entirelyMt  would bo rather a good thing���save us  tho cost of defending them, and tho  risks of being drawn' Into quarrels  through anything they might do. I  thought, on the contiaty, that wo  should hold them as freo partners In  tho Umpire, and lhat was tho aim ol  my policy. I did not believe that we  could bring them lnlo union as we have  brought Scotland and Ireland. Distance put that out of the question, and  with tho astonishing example of the  United States before us we had to lay  a foundation on which great nations1  might bo raised., . .,' '  "I think my views were a practical  and, I hope, a very sound compromise  between the idea of positive union, or  LATER OT ORAFX VIXX THO_t XIW -RqTJ��"-S,  .vine or' a 'few VlneV^^hodgra'pTT-ls to  get'-them from a-good, local nurseryman. But say that you havef'an accom-'  modatinsr neighbor with good fruit or  that you already have a nice vine "yourself and want to propagate it, there are  few things easier. ' Layering Is one of  tho simplost of horticultural operations. .Its story Is ,told so plainly'by  the accompanying llttlo sketch that explanation ia almost unnecessary.  Layoring should be done in early  spring*. A cane or shoot of tho previous  year", growth of wood is stretched  along- the ground.and burled throughout Its , ontlro length in a shallow  trench or it may be covered in certain  places, leaving tho remaining portion  exposod., Root3 wlll'bo put forth"at'intervals and.branches thrown up. Later,  the vine may' bo cut between' these  branches, leaving a number of independent plants.  r;  Total-/...'-..*." ...,,'...   .*?'    33,750,717  ^1 It is important to note, however, that,  notwithstanding*-' the Increase 1 of tot'  year,;thb .quantity'of'spirits consumed  'to-day la less than that' consumed some  thirty' years' jigo, -when;,It  ran up 'to  nearly, two . gallons "per   capita.   Lait  year ,It was less than one- gallon per  capita."   There" has| however,   be��n   a  steady Increase since the year 1897.;'  ,.The increase in the' consumption' ot  malt liquor has been steady,' -with the  texceptIon of_ a'slight reduction that'occurred ln'tho year 1903.'  Thirty yean  ago, it. was'about   three   gallons  per  ,capita; ��� now) it, 1* about   five. Taking  the. consumption, of the'different kinds  of Intoxicating,liquor in gallons, we;0nd  jthe" quantities-for  each   1,000 ' of  bur  population'during the past seven years  to have' been /as, follows :  .."  It will be noted,1 the article continues,  that the-quantity  of imported   -wines  ' and malt liquors' Is comparatively small  .There Is'a great increase in the quantity' ofICanadlan manufactured liquor,  both beer arid spirits." ' The quantities  of these liquors entered for consumption  In the years 1893 and 1894, respectively,  were, as follows.,1  The 'figures'are for  gallons:���-' -J( >,   c;��. <  .Year.  1903  1904'  1.   ���  Increase A. '.273,539/ 1,580,126, 1,853,655  A Tho increase/in both' beer '-and spirits  Js'darge."' In/dealing/withUhe Increase  rrm\splrits "it|Vls:. important',to' notice |  that'not only'do'es 1904 'show   an  increase -over-1903, but;the consumption!  in ,1903 vwas in excess of the, consumption for the ' preceding year.,   In fact,  there has been a* steady^increase in the I  consumption of spirits for a number of I  years.' - Hero  are J:he,.figures  for the!  past five years.   It will' be remembered I  that the fiscal year in each cose ends!  on June 30th.'-  Gallons consumed   tor |  each ono thousand of population:���  .,,-V "Spirits.' 'Beer. ,Tolai.  -A.'.3,207,748 25;753,402l 28.961,150  ,  /.:3.481,287  27,333,528 30,814,815  Milk for Young Turkeys.  Give no food for 24 hours, then feed  often, but avoid overfeeding, say3 the  Orange Judd Farmer. Give feed at  lsost every two hours until they feather. Tho feed at first should be  coarse corn meal which Is added to a  mixture of milk and oggs. This should  bo cooked and an' onion chopped up  and added. After the poults ,are throe  days old, feed mashed potatoes, chopped onions,-ground oats and eggs well  mixed with milk and cooked.  Milk is always excellent. After they  are a week old the egg m��y be omitted,  but a portion of cooked meat and a  little ground bono should be allowed.  They may thon be given grain of all  kinds, cooksd -vegetablos and milk.  The water should be fresh and clean.  eer.  Total.  3.808  82  4,426  3,995  86  4,713  4,'364  85  B.liO  4,737  10O  6,603  5,102  90  5,9S3  4,712  96  5,678  4,918  96  6,96!  mere paternal control' and- the school  represented "by. Bright, which regarded  tho Colonies as. something of an en-  cumberance. On tho-whole, I am well  satisfied; Indeed, I miay say not a little  proud of the action, rwas able to take."  '      Tho   Sitting   Hen.  Eggs intended for early sitting should  bo gathered at least  twice a day and  kopt whore theru will bo no danger of  chilling.    Hens that want to sit early In  tho spring aro apt to bo rather unreliable and should bo allowed to becomo  thoroughly started over a nest of china  eggs before being Intrusted with a valuable sitting   When a hen really means  business, hor skin feels hot and feverish,  and sho  usually sheds a fow feathers  from tho breast.    Early sittings should  not be more than the hen can very easily  cover, cloven or twelve being bettor than  a  larger number for  hens  of averago  size., Build up the nest with plonty  of  straw,    filling    with chaff to make    a  smoother  surface,  and   soo    that"   the  curve toward tho bottom is smooth, so  that tha  eggs  roll easily and    cannot  work tnto;c��rners.      d  Tlie Top of the Ladder.  There is plenty of opportunity for  superior.talents. The top of the ladder  of. success offers plenty of standing  room and invites guests. The lower  part only Is fearfully crowded. There  Is no excuse for the universal wail of  lack of opportunity,- for there, is no  lack. The Utrouble lies with : the demands laid upon those who aspire to  first place. One thing is certain, there  is no quarter for tlie whiner and precious little encouragement for those  who do not care to work with might  and main.  Oats For Chicks.. d  A  Oats ar�� onei of the best f��ed�� for  poultry, but for chicks should bo hulled. They aro the best summer -food tttr  the produotlon of. egga.  Hair Growth, j.  It is a curious fact that a boy's hair  grows one-half slower than a girl's  In boys the average rate of growth is  three feet three inches in six years  being an average of .018 inch a day'  During the twenty-first and twentv-  fourth years a man's hair grows quick,  er than at any other period. It 'akes  an eyelash twenty weeks to reach a  ength of .429 inch, and then its u��  W from 100 to 150 days. By ^J  of a camera ihe wink of an eyeM ___  been measured, and it was found tha?  2Z2k."W Can be  "�����*��� l�� four  Year.      ,*'    'Spirits.   ]  XS98   ���������    ���������    ���������     536  1899 .:. .:. ..:   cei  1900    '..   701  1901 ,     765  1902 .-. A   796  1903     870  1904   ...'     952  Comparison With Other Countries.  A 1 statement recently issued by tha j  Bureau   of  Statistics  of     the    United [  States Department of Labor and Commerce contained a  table,    giving   the I  quantity of alcohol-of fifty per   cent [  strength consumed  by    different   nations,,, taking   the actual  quantities ol j  spirits used, and assuming beer to contain 5 percent, of alcohol and wine W I  per cent.    This' statement would show  the average per capita consumption ol  Intoxicating spirits of 50  per cent., "J- 1  coholic  strength  to  be, in  gallons, as |  follows:��� ,  ���  Franco ,   10.21 gallons.  Belgium _     7.33 gallons.  Italy    ....     6.61 gallons.  Germany      6.53 gallons.  United Kingdom ...     4,99 gallons.  United States ... .���     3.23 gallons  Sweden ft     8.05 gallons.  Canada  ...' ,     1.21 gallons.  If these   quantities   are    divided M j  two,   the   actual  averago' annual  P��' [  capita consumption of  absolute   nk"  hoi will be obtained. v,   !  -^.-git  Dreamed a Dream.  A peculiar incident occurred In Blenheim one day last week, and was related to tho News by Mr. John ElkinP  ton of Paris,    who    was    In  town o��  Thursday last, and who Is a relation ol  Mr. Marshall, one of tho parties Interested. l Roy Marshall   lives   with    "  father,   tttoven   Marshall,  Lot  1,  *-on'  cession 13, Blenheim.    A few days ag��  ho  lost a  valuable  watch.    The hired  man, Thomas Laidlaw, lives In a hou��  on the farm.   He did not know oft"'  loss of the watch, but dreamt ha -sa''  ltlylng in one of the cattle-stalls. *<*x  morning ho  told his  wife,   about   ����  dream,-and, as it was not part of Ws  duties to go to the cattle bam, he 7" |  told Roy.    The latter searched In �����-.  place described, and was rewarded "J  'the finding of the watch.    He had ����  doubt dropped it thcro    tho    previouj  evening.   Who says there is nothlnff �� -  a dream ?t-Ayr (Ont). News.  Ant*' Garden*.    .  Brazilian ants make little garden' j  in the tree tops' and sow them w��/  pineapple and other seeds.   'The g"'  dens are found of all sizes, from  n sta."   ���������     ���- ���     ������_.������     v.     **���-     _*. ��� f     -  gle  sprouting seed,   surrounded by  little earth,  to  a densely  overgroi5  ball aa large as a man's head.  Gentaa and Eccentricity. '  "You can't have genius without <*  centrlcity." ,  "That may be so, but I've noticed uw  ie_ possible to have a good deal of <*  centrlcitj*. .without much genius."   ^ THE  MOYIE  LEADER  $ WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS. �� These and" _  5 "E''1^   ,        P   asked,  but tl  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Alms  and their Influence.  No. 34.  T. TYNDALE.  ftfXtf&ffMQMO^^  It was 'proposed to establish a newspaper In Roland, the plan met with  general and enthusiastic approval and  support. 'And so, seven years since  tho News appeared. ''Wise guys-  shook their heads, and predicted that  the plant would be for sale at a sacri-  dee in a few months. How could it  live? Who was there to support if  -   -"���   similar    questions     w.-rp   ,   _...  the News,    thanks to its  friends, fooled the prophets, and continued in a career of ever increasing  prosperity. The West is a countrv as  has often been said, in which all signs  fail, and Jhe Newg has but served to  give another Illustration of that old  truth.  At present the News is owned by  the firm of Duncan & TyndaJp The  counterfeit presentment of the junior  member of the'firm appears at the had  of this article. Like most Western  editors, he is hut a young man lacking a year of being thirty years old  He is a Barrie boy. having been born  there in 187C. The year he was of age  he came west, locating at lioland Be  is not a newspaper man by training  and his 'success in journalistic work  is another indication that the ordinary  rules governing pre-eminence in any  line of activity, apply automatically to  newspaper wor(k: Success 'in news-  paperdom is governed largely by industry and business, sense. These  qualities Mr. Tyndale possesses a sul-  ricient share,of to compel recognition  in any,, line' of life ' he undertakes.  Until he undertook newspaper work  he had been Identified with many end-prises In Roland  For trio Seal**, of Good   Health  DRINK  r��a in -t;h����  \A/"<_��r-lc_  SOLD   ONLY   IN   LEAD   PACKETS, 25c,  30c, 40c, 50c, 60c PER  LB,  ALL   GROCERS.      BLACK,    MIXED   OR   GREEN.      HIGHEST  AWARD  ST. . LOUIS, 1904.  BY  that.', "Gently, Ceueral," explained  Will Burton 'of Caddo township, who  had just been elected one of the delegates. /'That noise is from a young  lady who is having her voice cultivated." '���Cultivated, huh," said the Gen-  wal; "then it is evident'the process  of cultivation has reached the harrowing stage." i <>  BED-RIODEN IS YEARS.���"1J anybody wa-i-  n wnttuu (.iiariintfefrnm nie person illj as lo uav w*��  Uerful raro iron, rlieilnlntUci l>j boutli Aluencn  lllu-uuiutic Cure I will be the Kladdo-it \ tiuiu 1- \he  world (o uivo it," ku>h 11 r-. John. Bcoumoiit. ol  Klont. -;j hud despair,*.! of jeco.ttiy up to till, time  of tuMng ilu�� wonderful retuojy. It cured tuuiuletv  li."���03.     , '  many en-  <f and the manner  in (which he conducted these was tin*  sure-*/, guarantee of the continuance  of the News successful < career, since  his/in'detlfication therewith.  ,S. T. TYNDALE. : ' --  Editor and'Troprletor of the^Holand  ' "News.      ,      '/[,"'  The Roland News is' almost an 'old  ' timer, judged by the ' standard of. ma  ' country in which full-grown- enter-,  '.���arises of all'kinds, mercantile, manu-  - facturing. financial, and /journalistic,  * spring up .mature.,'overnight. It,_wlll  celebrate its'seventh '-birthday., .this  year That a newspapers, published  at all in a place' like ; Roland ; never  ceases'to be a cause ofywonderment to'  a newspaper man familiar iwith ' the  conditions governing , publication j in  older communities, rlt has'but-two or  tii'ree hundred residents, and Is fairly  typical o�� scores of other,settlements  in the west. 4The railway station, was  Its nucleus. "-When .'It was known' that  trains would stop there; instantly" the  towu began to'grow:1 ,A general store  was erected���tne-'ploneer of the town's,  trade.'  Then came, in,due and proper  ���Western order,, a .blacksmith .shop, a'  harness 'store, .two or three Implement  sheds, lriore general stores,' a couple  ��� "stopping houses,", bakery ax^a boot  and shoe store. ''Some of- these were  duplicated, butrthe places of business  In such a,'town rarely run over the  'tozen, and"   very, seldom-' exceed a  , wore.   For any sane ��� person,' . other  than a millionaire who' ran' a   paper  for pleasure, as other millionaires run  ' ' race horses or , maintain    yachts,' to  tblnk of conducting'4a newspaper'���in  such a placets a, straight- business  enterprise,   would    be ,to,standc'self-  convicted of'business lunacy",.That Is,  elsewhere thaa in the, Canadian "West.  The West has always'been a law-unto  itself; and in no_ department of activity Is this more true, than'in, tho'news"  paper field, of "that kind/of commercial courage that In some respects 'Is  ,  akin "to that. of the'.'gambler, .'whose  .   creed is "never, venture;" never win/'  the men of'the,. West offer countless  examples, and It 'speaks -.volumes for  the c'ouatry that In the overwhelming  majority of cases'in'which'energy and  prudence are combined with    daring  that the man of courage wins out.   l  It was so in the case of the,Roland  News.-.Other papers, published in  a  community of similar size, but of different dispositiou,    would    Inevitably  have died.   With,  all    the    apparent  chances dead against dt, the News riot  only survived,    but   flourished.    The  controlling'factors in    the    situation  were,���the  energy  of  its, proprietors  "but, more than all, the loyal support  of the people of    the    district.    The  Roland News, in the printed matter it  issues regarding Itself,    describes  itself as "a live paper,' published in a  live town."   The brief sentence epitomizes the facts. <��� Roland Is one of tho  most energetic,   prosperous   and progressive little places'anywhere In the  West,    It has  some  decided .natural  advantages, Jn  the  character, of  the  country    by    which it Is surrounded.  The Roland, Myrtle and Rosehank districts have no superiors in Manitoba  as   agricultural    settlements.    Every  quarter section is" occupied;   tho'soil  is of the most fertile,    the    farmers  among the .most industrious and up-  to-date to bo found anywhere.   Naturally, therefore, they were "well-fixed,"  and, also naturally the business of the  Roland merchants reflected their pros-  Peiity.    Altogother,   .tho   'district acquired a reputation far outside its own  boundaries, as among the very best of  the many thriving farming communities to he found in Manitoba.  The Roland' merchants, ��� however,  bad inoro than good businesses. They  bad tho'public spirit and what, in a  bigger placo would bo called civic  pride. They recognized the value of  and were willing to pay for publicity  ���publicity for their village, for the  securing of desirable improvements.  Publicity for their businesses, and  publicity for their district.    So, when  The Secret of, Health.  IS    RICH,    RED ;,BLOOD���DR.    WIL-  ?"V, LIAMS-  PINK VlLLS   MAKE  A. ,'  '. NEW BLOOD., -  A' young .girl just promoted to the  grown-upness of paying calls by her-  'self, when ,on entering the drawing-  room of her neighuor, found it occupied by a strange man whom her.host-  ess 'introduced as "Aly brother from  Judla.'^and adding to tho ne.w arrival,  "I'm so glad to see'you, dear,'hut I  must not kiss you, because I've such  a bad cold." Then came the,response:  "I'm sorry,, hut I hope your brother  has not got a cold too."  BABY'S BATTLES.  "Baby's Battles" Is me title of a  valuable little book on the care of  lnlants and young children, published by the Dr. Williams' Memicine Co.,  Brockville, Oat., which'will be sent  post free to any mother who asks tor  it. It tells you.also something'about  Baby's Own Tablets, a medicine that  cures ail the minor ailments of infants  and young children,���a medicine praised'by every mother-'who has used'it.  Airs. Richard Smiley, Leonard, Ont.,  says:'���"We had a veryrfsick baby in  our house until we' got Baby's Own  Tablets. They were the first thing  that did her any good, and 1 think  were the means of saying, our little  one's life. I uraise them to all mothers." AH medicine dealers sell these  Tablets or you can^ gel thein at 25  cents a.box by writing the Or. Williams Medicine Co, Brockville, Out.  Andrew Carnegie plays golf well,  and likes to talk about the game. Of  one of his friends���a golf tyro���he said  at a dinner in New York: "Blank  went to play one day, and, disliking  the rather forward manner of his caddie, discharged the lad and took another in his place. The discharged  caddie. Instead of retiring in a seemly  manner to the club-house, hovered  about Blank. He regarded closely the  man's rather clumsy methods of play  On his freckled young face a sneer  came and went. Blank chose a stck  and swung for a long drive.' But he  missed the ball. The discharged caddie gave a loud laugh. Blank frowned  at the boy and' swung again���a mighty  swing���but again he missed. There  came from the caddie another harsh  laugh. A third time'Blank swung, and  a third'time only turf and dust rose  into the'air. "HI, mister," yelled the  caddie, derisively, "if you'll take mo  back I'll carry your clubs for the fun  of the thing."  And You Remove the Cause of Indigestion.  Biliousness and Constipation.  DR. CHASE'S KiDNEY-LiVER PILLS.  The liver, when in health, filters bile the liver cause a healthful flow of new  ONE SHORT PUFF CLEARS THE HEAD.  ���Does your head utbor Hiuo jou pa'na oier jour  eyes? Id the brtath offensive? These are certain  symptoms of Catarih. Dr. Aisnew'a Catarrhal Pow  dl-r will curu most stubborn cases Iu a luariellousl.  uhort time. 11 jou'to Lai Ciitarrh a nook it's a sure  euro. It it's o( fifty your*' standing It's Just m etfo.v  tlie.   GO c3nu.-o".'  Minard's Liniment Lumberman'sFriend  ' Good bipod���rich; red blood���is,the  only "cure for such complaints as'anaemia, decline, heart,, palpitation, skin  eruptions,  rheumatism, kidney troubles'and a host'of other'every-day ailments, /pood  blood ; makes 'you less  liable to disease of every kind, because  it*^ strengthens  and 'Stimulates'"every  orgaii'.in th body to throw off any ailment that may, attack it.   Good blood  Is the secret of life, and the secret of  good; rich, red blood is Dr. Williams',  Pink Pills for-   Pale <. People.   These  little ,blood-buildlng pills have saved  lives,that'rdoctors and,nurses have dis-  paired of.- They have,curedrthousands  of others���they, will cure you too. Mrs.  AVmA Bo'otheAMontrose,    Ont.,  says:  "-"*or a con pie''of .years i my 'daughter  Meta was in falling.'health.   She com-,  "plained of headaches and distressing,  weakness, and  seemed to be "rapidly,  going* into decline.. We consulted,several doctors, but tbeydid not help her.  She w-as apparently bloodless, arid'we"  were' afraid - she^,would   not, recover.1;  She had ilo appetite and was greatly  reduced,in /flesh.    At   this    stage a  friend'   advised    me" to give her Dr.  Williams'   Pink 'Pills, ',an<b in   a  few  weeks Ve'-noticed sonie improvement  in.her condition, and that her appetite "was   improving.). We ', continued  the treatment for a couple'of months  longer,"-and  by  that time    she    was  again ia "he'' best of healthA She' had  gained  thirty-two'',-pounds in wpight,  had a goo'd color,'arid was In "the" best  "Oh! my beautiful vase!" exclaimed  "Vlrs. Hiram, Often." ''That's ,the very-  worst'thing you could have' broken,  Bridget!" "Faith, ma'ara,'d, replied  Bridget,' "I'm glad to '.hear it 'wasn't  the best." *    '   '  Great Things Prom Little Causes  Grow.���It* takes verylittle to .''derange  the stomach. The cause may be slight,  a cold, something eaten or drunk, anxiety; worry, or' some" oilier' simple  cause. But if precautions be not.taken  this simple cause may have most serious consequences. Many a chronically  'debilitated constitution to-day owes.its  destruction to simple causes not dealt  with 'Jn time. Keep the digestive apparatus in, healthy "condition and all.  will 'be well. . Parmelee's' Vegetable  Pills are better than any other for the  purpose.,,*; ��     '      ���  As my, wife ,aud I at the window one  day '  Stood watching a man with a monkey  A cart came by with a "broth of a boy"  Who was driving a stout little donkey- ," '  To my wife I s|>oke by way of a joke,  '  "There/s a relation of yours in that  carriage," '    '  To which she'   replied,   as the donkey  she 'spied,        ,    ,       v  "Ah, yes, a relation by marriage.'.'  "Well, Augustus." said a grocer to  his clerk, "you have been working uow  three months, and have seen several  departments of our trade, i wish to  give you a choice ^of 'occupation."  "Thank you, sir." "Well, now,- what  part of the business do you like best,  Augustus?"   "Shuttin" up,,sir."'  ��� r.  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  from the blood, where it. is poison, and  pours it into the intestines whore it is  neaessary to digestion and a proper  working of the bowels.  Once the liver becomes torpid and  sluggish in action the "bile poison" is  left in the 'blood, where it causes biliousness, jaundice',' indigestion- and  headache.  ' The tongue is coated. '  The breath bad. '        '     ���  The stomach sour.'     ' '     '  i   The complexion mudd  v   The bowels irregular.  Th'e kidneys clogged.      '  Besides the pains and aches consequent on the poisoned condition of tlie  system, there is the ��� greatest danger  from such diseases as Bright's dl&easo  and appendicltus.,   ���   '        .     ,  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills thoroughly cleanse tho kidneys, liver and  bowels, and by. their direct action on  '  bile to aid digestion and ensure the natural and healthful action of the bowels.  'There Is no means known by which  indigestion, biliousness and constipation can be so promptly7and thoroughly cured as by Ur. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. ,  Miss Julie Langlois, Manor, Assa.  writes:���"For a long time I suffered'  from liver complaint and biliousness  and could find nothing to help me until I used Dr.s Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills. I haye recommended these pills  to many of ,my friends and they have  all been well satisfied with -the results  You can use this letter for the benefit  of women who are suffering as I did."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 26 cents a box at'all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,.,Toron-  to. The portrait and signature of Dr.  A. W. Chase, the famous receipt book,  author, are on every box. ,    ',      '   ,  "I want to complain of the flour you  sent me the other day," said Airs. New-  Hwed, severely. "What was the matter with it ma'am?".asked the grocer,  "it 'was tough. Aly husband simplv  wouldn't eat the biscuits I made with  it. . a  There can be a,difference of opinion  on most subjects, but there is only one  opinion as.-to the. reliability of Aiother  Graves' Worm, v Exterminator.. It is  safe, sureJ and effectual. ���  ���  of spirits. 1-do .not think 1 am putting  it'too strongly when I say 1'thlnk Dr.  Williams' Pink Pillsi saved-her life." ,-  ^ Dr.* Williams' Pink Pills do,only one  thing,-]but they do that.well. ��� They do  not act upon the.bowels; 'they do not  bother with-mere .symptoms. They  actually 'make the new, rich red blood  that goes right to' the'root1, of the disease ,andA'drives''lt "ffoni' the system.  But you mustiget the genuine with the  full name "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  for Pale People," printed on the wrapper around every box. All medicine  dealers keep these pills or, you can  get them by mail at 50 cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 by writing The Dr.  S.illianis' Alediciue Co.,, Brockville,  Ont. \  ��� Superintendent Foster of the New  Orleans Street Railway company, formerly with the Boston & Northern at  Salem, tells the fbllowing^story of the  days' when "spotters", were much in  evidence on,the cars: A young fellow  who had'charge of one of, the Sal era  Willows cars,,during tne rush season  was suspected of more than the ordinary' "knocking ' down.", He, turned in  his trips at the Salern,.office arid the  ^cashier, who was,aware of what was  going on; said:;"Thank you."'The next  .trip he. turned", in -still less,-- and ,the  polite cashier thanked him again..- The  next trip he brought in still less "money  but the cashier was there '.with his  smiling ','tliank you." "What the ,deuce  are you thanking me for?" asked.^the  conductor.', "For bringing in the car,"  replied the cashier. ., '       -   . ���  , Castro and biS'army were preparing  to-descend on New Orleans. ' Great  Scott!" exclaith'ed the Chicago man:  "Have you 'made' no preparations ,., to  repel the invaders? -Where are your  guns?" "We,don't need any 'guns,"  chuckled the citizen of the' Crescent  City. "We, have just-.filled the principal streets witb' New, Orleans molasses  and when Castro-and his'army land  they will get their feet stuck and can't  get out." And in the' moonlight' the'  city resembled a gigantic stick of flypaper.���Chicago News."     ,     A  "You must'mark down'your age in  thisdblank space," said'the insurance  agent to the "beautiful woman. And  she did.V She marked it down from ^28  to .22..     d,   ,        ;.'   -  .  Punning ' repartee" " scintillated  throughout'ai case ,at 'the' .County  Court. Counsel���I wish' my client was  here instead of, as, I expect, lying in  bed. His honor���Perhaps he is better  lying in he'd than lying here. ,���    '  MESSRS. C'. C. RICHARDS & CO.  ��� ' Yarmouth, N. S.  Gentlemen,���In January last Francis  Leclair, one of the men employed by  me, working in 'the lumber woods, had  a tree fall on- him, crushing him fearfully. He was, when found, placed on  a sled and taken home, where grave  fearg were1 entertained for his'recovery, his hips being badly'bruised,-and  his body turned black from'his,ribs to  his feet. We used MINARD'S LINIMENT on him freely(Kt6 deaden,the  pain andvwith the use of three.bottles  he was completely cured and'able to  return to his work. - -  ', '   A   ' SAUVEUR DUVAL. ''  Elgin Road, L'Islet Co., 'Que.,  ,     ,   '(i_aay 2Cth, 1893.     ' .    .  Lunatic (look'irig'bver the wall of an  asylum at a'laborer, working): This,is  a fine,day sir. Laborer���It is indeed.  Lunatic���Are you married ? Laborer���  Yes. Lunatic���Have you any farriily?  Laborer���I have eight. Lunatic���How  much a week have you?. Laborer���  Only 12s., and I have to support my  wife and family on that. ** Lunatic���  Well, all I can say is that you are on  the wrong side of the wall. ������  M0HIO:GAS0L!NE HNGiNES"  STATIONARY AND PORTABLE    '  Iron Lathes, 8-10-12 ft.; Planes;,.Bolt  Cutters;'Band Saw; Column ShaporB;  Wood Lathes; Surface Planes; Steam.  Engines and Boilers; v Blacksmiths'  Tools; Elevator Machinery;' Thresh-  ers",Belting. ,     .    f,  Two 4-h.p. Gasoline Engines, 2nd hand.'  ,  BURRIDCE-C00PER.C0., LTD.    ,,   ~  IBIJjHenry Ave., East, Winnipeg  t    <- .  . .,'"i.  Jt  Western Canada's Great Industrial Exhibition  -I i-,  :l     '     .*  tl    '  A<;A  _-*\r tAi I  r fltl**!  7' .  ���*,?.'���"si  JULYa2o==28,, iops  $50,000 in Prizes and a factions  When the nerves are weak  everything goes wrong. You  are tired all the tirne, easily  discouraged, nervous, and  irritable.   Your cheeks are  Sarsa  pale and your blood Is thin.  Your doctor says you are  threatened with a ricrvou��  breakdown. He orders this  grand old family medicine.  *',������� t>9ttl��.  ~~     'jtl.  f. ��, ATBR90,,  for .Aift  Weak Nerves  Col. John T. Mosley, a famous Confederate scout in the civil war, now an  efllclcnt special agent of the Department of Justice, said one day in Washington, apropos of success: jD'The  other morning I met Blank, hurrying  along in. his brisk,'energetic way, the  hopeful light still shining from his  eyes, and the confident smile still playing about this firm mouth. "My heart  went out in pity to Blank. He was a  hard worker, very hard.worker, yet in  everything ho undertook ' he failed.  Three times in the last ten years Blank  had faild in business. "So 1 stopped  the poor follow, and shook him by the  hand. "Blank, said 1, it is too bad.  With all your push you don't seem to  succeed." "1 don't, eh? Blank replied.  Haven't' I made a success of my several failures?" "And ho hurried off to  make, as he Informed me, another fat  deposit ia his wife's name."  The���Crick in the Back.���"One touch  of nature makes the whole world kin;-"  sings the poet. Buj what about the  touch of rheumatism and lumbago,  'which is so common now? There is  no poetry in that touch, for it renders  life miserable. Yet how delighted is  the sense of relief when an application  of Dr. Thomas'. Eclectric Oil drives  pain away.   There is nothing equals it'  Plannery���It seems his full name" is  "Dirinis K. K. K. Casey." What's all  thim K's fur?- Pinnegan���Nothin'.' It  .was. the' fault of his-godfather stut-  terin' whin he tried to'say "Dinnis Casey."���Philadelphia Ledger.  A certain Bishop, happily still with  us, 'though retired from the cares of  his colonial diocese, was famous  throughout Australia no less for his  quaint conceits than for his spiritual  vigor and eloquence. When one of the  clrgy described a wealthy parishoner  as a careless, indifferent sort of a man  who cared only for his garden during  the day and his billiard room at night,  he said: "Garden! Billiards! Don't  call him careless; he evidently minds  his peas and cues."  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  CURE THE MOST  ''  EXTREME CASES;  STONE  IN THE   KIDNEYS CANNOT  STAND  BEFORE  DODD'S  KID-  ,     NEY PILLS.  A Pleasant Mr-diciuo.���'mere are  some pills which have no other purpose evidently than to beget painful  Internal disturbances in the patient,  adding to his troubles and perplexities rather than diminishing them. Ono  might as well swallow some corrosive  material. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  have not this disagreeable and injurious property. They are easy to take,  aro not unpleasant to the tasto, ai.d  their action is mild and soothing. A  trial of them will prove this. They  offer peace to tho dyspeptic.  Commissioner Woodbury of the department of street cleaning tolls this  anecdote of a friend who was walking  through Central' Park the other day.  Being in somewhat of a hurry, he  started to cut across the grass at ono  place but was stopped by a park policeman, who remonstrated wiui him.  "What difference does it make?" asked the New Yorker. "Tho grass is  half dead anyway.",, "Sure,, an' if it  is?" -responded the indignant guardian of the peace. "Sure an' if yez had  a sick friend would yez be takin' a  walk ou his stomach?" ,   A  ' The Canadian Pacific Railway Company are running low rate excursions  trorii all points in Ontario; Manitoba  and the Territories West of Port Arl  thur, lo all' points in the Okana'gan.  Valley, B.C. T.he tickets will bo on  sale Juno i Ji and 12th and good to return within thirty days which will  give the farmers and business people  of the Northwest an ' opportunity of  seeing tho fruit orchards of British  Columbia.  Mrs. Enpeclc���Here���such spelling  as those printers do! They have  called yom\shipping clerk, Mr. Brown,  your 'skipping' clerk." Enpeok���  whicli chanced to be right in this case,  for I learned this morning at the office  lhat ho had skedaddled with all tho  money he could get hold of."  Mr. S. A. Cassidy, of Ottawa, Permanently Cured After rears of Suffering  by the Great Canadian kidney Remedy.  Ottawa, Ont, May 22.���(Special���  While.all Canada knows that Dodd's  Kidney Pills are,the standard remedy  lor all Kidney Complaints, It may surprise some people to know they cure  such'extreme cases as Stone in the  Kidneys. . Yet that is what,they have  done right here in Ottawa.  Mr. S. A. Cassidy, the man cured, is  the well known proprietor of the Bijou  Hotel on Metcalf street, and in an Interview he says: "My friends all'know  that 1 have been a martyr to Stone in  the Kidneys for years. They know  lhat uesides consulting the best of  doctors in tho city and trying every  mcuicine I could think of, I was unable to get better.  "Some time -igo a friend told me  Dodd's Kidney Pills would cure me.  As a last resort 1 tried them, and they  have cured me,  "I could not Imagine more severe  suffering than one endures who has  Stone in the Kidneys, and I feel the  gratest gratitude to Dodd's Kidney  Pills."  It' the disease Is of the Kidneys or  from tho Kidneys, Dodd's Kdnoy Pills  will cure It.  WHERE DOC1 OftS DO ACREE!-PhyRlcim)��  uo longer connider it cutorlng'lo ������quackery" in rec  omraoutllne in practice so meritorious a romedy for  IndiKefltion, D)npo(>-tiA And .KonounnOHS an South  American Nervine. Thoy realiie tlint it Is s Htep In  adiance In medical Hcionco and n sure and perman  ant euro for disonsi-s of the stomach. It will euro  -you.rC0   ��� '   v '  I'   ��. ������2________^___ ������      -  1   �� -'      <- , '     r '  Women , are queer.���Call a 'girl a  chick arid she smiles; call a woman a  hen and she howls. ..Call,a young woman a witch and^she is pleased; call  an'old woman.a witch:and"shefis indignant Call a girl a kitten and she  rather dikes it; call a woman a cat  andtshe hates you.. If you call aman  a gay dog it will'Hatter him; call him  a pup, a hound, or a cur and he will  try to alter the map of your face. He  doesn't mind being called a bull or a  bear, yet he will object to being mentioned as a calf or a cub. Men are  queer, too.  Cholera and all summer complaints  are so quick in their action that the  cold hand of death is upon the victims before they are aware that danger is near. If attacked do not'delay  in getting the -proper medicine. Try  a dose of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial, and you will get immediate  relief. It acts with wonderful rapidity  and never fails to erfect a cure.  Reduced Fares on all Railways.  Seven,Days' Racing.  Prize Lists-and Attractions Programs"  Mailed on  Application.  F. W. DREWRY, President      R. J. HUGHES, Sec-Treas.  They Are, About Your'Health.  - When your,health'goes the least' bit wrong��a wireless message  is sent to,your brain. L ','',"-  *.It says something like'this:      V A  I"1   ,'  .You are not quite well-take a dose of  i-    j   J-V   r     i * V j_�� 9  1 1 "t      *"      1{v,j  '" A .  ������"���.���)  v; '���? -a1''-'!  <<,'.3,. j"_" I  ��,V   "-r-i-'-H,  -"A*, ���>'- i  "'!->*.. ���?-���'���,.  ,, I -J  L      ' , '*  .   . I^fiY *.-  ir'", X'!Jt'!/''"! 1  1 -a��!'.;H|  ". ���"A(^_4t_"i  - ''lift','" -1  I'liAA't  *-   --"ii,!:Ji A��|  ,i  .V'lWi.P  >,   ' VJL-i"',  ,  ,���"���' Jt' -.-ia f  , at,once and it will put you right."  Do you attend to these messages.when you,receive them?  You should do so% BEECHAM'S PILLS often prevent a serious  illaess, and so prove themselves  "WORTH  A GUINEA A  EQX_"  Sold by. oil Drtiggltts In Canada and U. S. America.     In boxes, 25 cent*.  ��i  English spavin Liniment.  Removes all hard, soft or calloused  lumps and blemishes from horses, blood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone Sweeney stifles, sprains, sore and swollen  throat, coughs, etc.. "Save |50 by use  of ono botle. Warranted the most won,  derful Blemish Cure ever knowu.  Whilo the session of fanners was  under way at New Hope, Ark., a maid  with musical talents in the bud opened  up a piano across the way and began  that process known as cultivating the  voice "For goodness sake," exclaimed General Crowley,    "what noise is  All Soaps  Cle-im. Purity   unllgKt Soap  guarantees its purity. It is that purjty that en-  txbles Sunlight Soap to perfectly c!_e_f>se your  clothes without injury or hard rubbing.  Equally good with hard or soft water.  Buy SuhtUfht.  Give it a. trieJ. Your money b&ok if it is  not B-H we cleUm. ,1M  Lover Brothers Limited  Toronto  Before he was raised to the Peerage  Lord Kelvin was one day discovered  by a friend experimenting with a long  coil of wire. He was making deep  sea soundings. His -friend soon  became interested In watching the  great scientist at work, says a biographer, and asked: "What is that for?"  "Oh," answered Lord Kelvin, "this is  for making soundings." "Ah," said  the other, with' the evident 'intention  of cracking a joke at the scientist's  expense, '.'what sort of a note does it  give off?" "The deep C of course,"  answered Lord Kelvin promptly.  LlKEl CARING   THE HEART    STRING5.-  Il iw not uitlitn lliw roiitcptlon of man to luea.ure  ���n> uri'iit Mitfuriiii:��� from beurt disease. For years 1  ���ii,liiroil itliimst lountunt ciittitiL' and tearing pain*  .tl>niit mi heart, and many a time would liavo vrol  ninoil iloath. Or, Aenon's (Jure for the Heart  ���MirLod 11 veritable miruclo."��� Tlios. Hicks. Perth  Ont.-[_  Hester���You'll pardon me for speaking of it, but your fiancee is the greatest girl to borrow things I ever knew.  She almost always has somo o�� her  sister's clothes on. Dollttle���By George  I'm glad to know that; suppose she'll  keep on wearing her sister's clothes  after wo aro married? Be a big saving for nie, won't it? r  Keep Minard's Liniment In the house.  "There goes the most self-contained  man 1 know���he's  really    eccentric.*'  "How does ho show it?"    "Why, ho  gots up early every morning and takes  a cold bath and ho never Drags about  It!"  HOW'S THIS?  W* offer Ono Handred Dollars Reward for 1ST case  ofCutarrlithatcaunot.be cured by Hull's Outurrb.  Cure-     _-���--'. K. J. CHENKY Jk CO.. Toledo  O.  We. the nndersianed. have known F.' J. Ohonny for  the lust fifteen ye urn. ajad believe him   perfectly htm  cualule in all   business  trunxuetious,   and   nnunciully  ablw to carry,out any obligation* made   by., his   fltm  '    ��� WAt-DlNO. KISNAN A MARTIN...  Wholesale Unionists. Toledo. O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, uetina ,H  rectly u|Min tho blood and inucoui surfaces of tlie  system. Testimonials sent free. 1'rlce. 75o. per kut  tlo     Sold by all Ur'iiKKiata.  Take Hall's Kauilly Pills for tonstlpatiea.  The through train had stopped at  the little station for water. "What do  you people do to amuse yourselves  here?" asked the passenger with the  W     INI    CJ     IM  o  534  upturnd moustache and the'bored  look, who' had stuck, his head, out  through a car window. "Well, wo git  a .lot o' fun comin' to the decpo an'  lookin' at the queer critters that goes  through yere on the k'yars." replied  the native who was lounging on the  slatipn platform.  Wash greasy dishes, pots or pans with  Lever's Dry Soap a powder. It will remove the grease with the greatest ease. 23  Mrs. S.���Did you go and thrash tho  editor for printing those things about  affections Is theonlr auu rs.ful  r^CMdy. and Is bow turd by ths lust  phraiclaaj and  feospiUlJ  tn   Eut-ep.  Llebtc** Fit cure for Epilepsy and  VI Is B  j and hospiUlJ In Eirt-ep.  and Agisrloa. It 11 coolUsttUOr  recomtnendsd t�� the afflicted. If you  sutler from  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance,  orlisTc chlldrea or relating that do so, or knew a Mtani that  1> aAUcteil, TUBX  9tXV TOR A FXKE TRIAL KOTIUC anil try  it.   U will be Knt by mall  prepa'J       It   has   cured'  wlii.ru everythlsf else has  fclli-d.  ' IVh.n writing mention  thl. psper, and  clre  lull  adtirru    For sal* by all drui  IheLlebl.Co., rf  rlstl.  5KIde St. W., Toronto.  you? Mr. S.���I went to the office but  1 couldn't find him. Mrs. S.���Whom  did you find there? Mr. S.���No one  hut a great big fellow who pretended  that he was responsible for the article, but I knew from his looks that  he couldn't write.  rir,���ipfa<im'RgTiH^  PEOPLE   notice  the  difference  when  they   change   from  any other  kind to  T E A  There is something about BLUE RIBBON that no other tea has  got.     That "something", is just quality,   put there by methods  of manufacture and packing the most perfect yet devised.    Try  the Red Label and judge for yourself.  Save, your coupons and write for Premium List.  BMsE RIBBON, Dept. R,  Winnipeg. '������.!  _______  -������, ��r��ji���j^iir��i4-iii'*>.vs*w��'5* .J V 0 $# ;r S7 f.WTt*?>Tt7.-71~ aSSi"*1 -,"; TIT  t-rm^jjjj^HrWi  __B_nr -'  *.;rw,'**''^*��^*j*r^ ��� ..^��m&UUe*t**Hmn*raMiai>il  ifinw��"rir>riiKl��t.^��;.���_ �������� ramainraWff  m moiib  I aii-v^r," n�� *-'tvs, ".ii it uut.l, 1   lap  t   ' " '  '. to get wagons through the blr�� els   tntl i  fez^r���r-r --.     -" -~~- ���   ���r : -Maintain   htv    and   urder   with   the'  Fnhli*h<'d in theui'.-rvst of the people. poiic,.( i   j,tve   no   right   legally   oi '  t ' '  of Mnyic and Kh.-i Kootenay. i morally, to call   for  the  assistance  of!  --    -_!.-���__-__- - ���-���-._-���   [he militia.    I do not intend,   until  ill  i  \ be necessary, to deal Chicago   and   ite (  ^��03-_LX_0. @'  *$?��&<  .lo.  r. j smvtu & co..  i'ubllslicrn.  BATpe or iaB8cm."TioK.  O le Year.  > j bntiness interests that hernblc  blow.1'  i '  ,12.00  ,.j4  -"I  y-  i:  I"  ��� y.  -}  ���if,'  F d  ".'_!!��� i     "Rig Bill" D.every, formerly'chief of  .SATURDAY.JU.NK10.1005.      " | police  in   New   York,   thus  delivers   , ._ '���-���rr== ' himself   regarding     autO'    speeders:  "The |ate Right-on. W. E. Gladstone A'Them" 'people that's got ( enough  Ottoe said: "Nothing except the mini f dough to' own autos don't care no  can make money without a-vertis'na." j ^^ f<jr a f-me thl,��� thev do fur a 6po[  This is ,why Glad-tone  is remembered, **.,...  The beet part of lhe ai-ajou for tis!iin< is yet 'to com", and we are  well prepared to mept your wants in this line, We have Ihe  largest stock in town to choose from, and can fit you out at  prices fcp suit you.  RO^S AT 40 Cts.  TO $11.00.  Reels 25 2.50.  Lines        10 1.50.  ,   Also a good assortment of new fli��>s, fly book-��,  leaders, lUli    b.tit,  trolls, books, sinker?, baskets and nets. ,  ��� '   S.K HAP VIE, ,'  THE   POST OFFICE    DKUG ' STATIONERY"    STORE,   MOYIE,   B.  L O. O. F.  IVJIdcy Lodge No. 4*.  Meets every Tuesday evening in their j  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning;  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  1  A. G. MbsKHOUSE,  Noble Grand.  F. J, Smyth,  Secr'y.  fas the Grand Ok. Mail  t  ���'    *t  Jof gatoline on their pants.    This thing  ftrf finin' meu that   have   fun   makin'  i A  ��� ra  i people do kangaroo j.inSps .on   elreit  I crossings is a'comedy.    For them. jail.  i .    *  '! [f these swift boys was "to   stack   up  j .igaiust that grub on the Island   for a  There, eliou'd be a-strong' agitation j few dav. they'd ,put .drags   on   theii  for'tlie establishing of a d��-p_rtment'of j machines in the city stress,",  mines at Ottawa. ���  . ���   I ' . ,/  , L     i j    If u fly drops into a beer  glass,- one  Do it now.    Clem up youi^ yurde..  , Boost     for     the   Dominion     D,.y  ce.cbration.  \l'  'The shipments of ore from ' the   Si. i who made a study of   national   char-  "Eugene nmkts  every  other   mine  in ['acterietics.can easily tell the drinker'.,  th. Koolenays look like 30 cents.        { nationality by hia action.   A Spaniard  ,'i '  'H  ���,'���- ,"���/������  If'-  SB,               ���' '   '��'1*  S              - A'   ���  ���   '            {   "'        ..  _F   -         "  *7          I'  ���    '                     >f>'>  rl    ,  ��� '      '  Iff  :i   .A  Hi.                     **     V  ll''  B'     ���       J'  ' ,  H             ...  ;i  1  ���  -i,  fli-'.  H  i-T               '     A'S  W'  -'  ���     '-i*         ir ��  V     -  ���                                      7--'  fee  B-_-' '.1 i~ JU   ���  S  .              .(A*   <  H -           4.  ' '  H',       f  a ' .*,. 4-. ?.'(���  r. ��� ;���' -^ .  ��� ���*���   ' .      ��  ! 'St  a '���'"  'v   .r', ll  *  !  ���.   V -J. Ai&rl   ',       '  B&' 1  B? '  '  re "-A *l  uGg&UgSisSuja^igS  1  j*iw^^   |rf-  S^-i  ^^^^^^^'  ���fea^fcsW*M   ',  ���ptrV ..   ^o), fcf 1   ,  ,  :,i'. a:s;a,  1 J>  ", ���"',   ���-- sv;    -  '.1.    w'     .  t   d,  >    '              -*/  /    r.              4  r  1 J   . '  -'S         "  1.'        'if  > : '  ; r   ���'  -,-                ,| f  ���''"���". ,. ',"'j��..< ,'  ' i-flf  ������     1      -4 31 '  ' f* ��t'    'ii' '  dA     ,,. '- -Id   '.,  i "..'   '   " ���?.' J'f  M-.-.               - w ,-'. t k   "-   '   ,'  ,>,.   ,'l              1^     '-I-   -i.    ,  "      -                                        V4  "?      .  <  ' Despatches ttite that  wur   decked  lutki-i" on 'the   e'neuing ,"day  lair.  ' ] pays for tbe beer leaves it on the table,  CROW'S NEST STEAM  Laundry  v *.A 1 ';'  isl"-    '  SSKJS'i - i",' _'. jj.  ^Kv?","^"-. , 'fc*.J  IS^fl ^Sl ,'  '*>."i^,A-&'P  id'  FOK THE .ENG4-UrE 1IENT  We are showing *a   most, cbarming  line of        ,  i, (,,',���  fc'tite that   all   1'oriknd 1 ;"n"d goes aw_y without buying a - word. I   ,   ' DIAMOND' KINGS      '  , ..f>       . 1. - ,   ,    ,"        f.   : lor engflgemeuts or.for presentation on  4 in    her  "De.t.bib  and j A Frencliman will do the ��.nie except   hir(hday oranyotherbecassion:   They  !��..��.   ..wflU,,- ,  -   --- Q  will make a pleasing and very.aecept-  , I Englishman spills the'beer and orders  ��      ' A   "' ,    ..',',,,        'another   cl'ifsa.    A  Oerman  carefully  Some people of  Mo.mb tbould   liave, a^olner   %�����-*���    J    < -  '_.    ���   .    ,,���;��������_   fnwn   !nshes,oul the fly and  fiuislies  dnuk-  nioiecoufuleiice hi their   own   town., ��� ,','.  '��� ��� ��� , n     1     ,1 ���,���.,,,.: ing his beer, as if nothing   had   hap-  "Moyie Will be a second Rossland some   "'�� UA/   "���'; ' b  'uencd.i   A   "Russian   drinks, the beer  _ j r��  and fly.    A Cb'inaman, /.abes  out  tbe  fly, swallows it, and then throws "'away  ' ,' ���     1 ' 1  th*. beer.       �� ��� , '    ���  day.  ''It is  now repnrtel   that, tbe   man,  Awlm said tlmta   worn in   could   dress  herb-rf on ?n5 a year wrote bis  article  in the Fiji IsLnids. , ,       .,     '   "-  The _f bison Tribune fray's there  will  '  be no'Chine-'e and J.ipanest- at  Salmo  ��� ���in a 1 vr months fr.imvnow., To which  ,all will'say "Ameu." ,  l"'   "   * t I ���*"  ��� ' ,Al}tt>.'omi-iu nfcks'is to be , loved,  says'a gushing poet. Then " all, ,this  BtufiAiboul iierw.intirig  new, b-'iinets  ,' and jewelry must be a vile slander.���  Chicago Journal, *   '      ,'   ,  gift at any time.  ,'W.�� F. TATE &SON.  Graduate Optician,       CRANBROOK.  ' The suggestion made at a recent  ' riie-lmg of the bo.ird of trade that  x prisoners serving shoit sentences be  ��� put to work-oiirthe streets ia one , that  ' will meet with general approval.  '  - ��� GaT, P. Terminus.* *   -  . f   ( V \��;n  ,Kai en island has been approved^ by  the governnienl at Ottawa as the Pacific coast terminus of theGrand-iTrunk  {Pacific. This island lies about filleen  miles south of Port Simpson arid while  it is an island it is only seper'ated froui  ihe mainland by a.,narrow' channel, of  100 feet, and also boarders -on Tuck's  lulct, which is one ofdtlie fines'^ harbors in British Columbia. The Grand  Trunk Pacific pom puny have acquired  from, the Provincial 'Government  10,000,'acres of which the government  reserve every fourth block for government purposes.' '    .i  NOTICE  Owink to't-ie change  of management in, our  Moyie <, \ Branch,,, we  would'request'that all  accounts be settled as  early in "this-month as.  possihle,1' and aircontra  accounts be presented  at once,' ��� - ��'   ' ,'  CRANBROOK,'  B. C  FIRST CLASS   WORK.  * t  We Neitlier'   Piitroni���c  or    ,  -  -        ���  1,_   Employ Chinese. ',  1-      ,"      j        i >  C; *4 r  Lsavo Work wilh      _    ,  A. B. STEWART & CO.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 W. F, of M.  Meets in, McGregor hall every Saturday evening.' Sojourning, members  are cordially invitod to attend.  1). H.ujEinjos'cif,  President.  Thos. E. Kelly, '  .Secretary   _______.!  ft  ft��  ft  ft MOYIE.  ft  i\\     UNION MADE Clothing a Specialty.   '  y| Wolsey Uns-irinkable Underwear  ��, 4 and W. L. Douglass' Shoes;  ft\   ' NONE   BETTER ON THE MARKET.  Trunks,, Valises, Suit Cases, Hats, Etc, I  -���    ���   ���   ���   -���   -��   -��    ."   '^j^^yg'.^C.^C ��� ���  ft  ���^  ���^ ���  . "Z _ _Ts *�����'�����'��'**������ ���^������^'���^  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855 |  .Brr..- ,  Meets   Every ^Wednetduy at   S P. M.  E.A.HILL, , J.,H. HAWKE,'  Worthy Pros.  .Worthy Secr'y.  Harvey,-,&    McCarter,  ���'ABarristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.r  '       *' , (  Cranbrook, , -   -  W0. F. GURD,  ��� Wholesale Wine ��� ,:;  '-'   and_ Spirit 'Mer-,   ,  .   '..' chant; ,  , ' -> /"��� '"''  - i  -A      i. ." *' '   "  Agent for Calgary Brewing Co.'s  Beer,' Ale, andc Porter.  -''  '    *     . ' ? ���-���"  T. Label Ji Co 's   ��� ^'    ',.'".���'  Hay, and G-rain.  ^   -, > i        ���    r* .i   '  chlitz  and; Calgary  BAimiSTKU, SOLICITOK,  EIC.  CRANBROOK.  ezGGe&zet2e&<��e^G���eGeT&9iiS!$&&&9&*&s3& eass^ *s> 5s=> *.*. s^gl  MOYIE    F  '     . r. F.'JOEJVSIOM  1 This Hotel is New arid, well Furnished, The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled with  ��� -the Best Brands of ��� Liquors" and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS FOR ,COMMF:RCIAL;  ,/ AND' MINING MEK   ' '     ~^"  __ _'       ,_   .      ���t      ' -  ''      l��� J'        ������lt(tlTISU COl.llMISIl]  *_>       ���'  <_>  n 'IMOl'lK  fsffsfff^r���smmiw I'j  dr.;f. b. MILES,, . , ,  ��� D-UN-TIST.' ",'  1 , > r        I        *'     ,-.  Cranbrook,   ���    t, B,T C.  George H: Thompson,*  1 Baukistkk, SpLrciTon, "No,  ta'rv Publtc, &-.'.  . , -  , The P"ros?ector made, Us appearance  last Saturday, being' 'issued | from   its  new   location   m 'Cranbrook.,,   ,T!ie,  .< -��� ',    "���'. .'���        t .  Prospector   starts    out   with   a   Uir  amount of patronage,'which no doubt  i\ ill be increased as lime goes on,  BURNS  ��� Man's inhumanity to man was il!u-<-  traled at Calgary ' tbe other day. A  resident of Let-bridge arrived after  four days walking, with boots worn  ���<>ut,feet blistered, 'and "broke.". He  has ft brother in, Lelhbrid'ge worth  $.���,0,000, who would not contribute the  amount of,money to purchase a railway ticket.  Mayor Dn'une of Chicago' i3 being  censured because he refuses to call in  tho militia  to  help settle   the  strike  Just What Every ouo Slioulil D".  Mr. J. T. Barber 01 Irwinville, c G.i.;  always keep a'botlle of Chamberlain's  -Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea 'Remedy  at liandAready lor instant, use. Attack's of colic,' "cholera ltiofbus and  diairhoca come'on so'suddenly that  there is^no lime to hunt a doctor or  go 'to tbe store for ,,medlicine. 'Mr.  Barber says: "I have tried ' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 'and Diarrhoe_L  Remedy which is one of the best  Remedies I ever saw. I keep a  lotlle of it in my room as I have had  several attacks of colic and it has  proved to bo the best medicine I ever  used'."   Sold by S. K. Harvie.  Clvnrcli Son Ices.  Presbyterian���In tbe Oddfellows  Hall. Sunday School at 3 p, m. Evening     serviee   at  7 :,10.  Everyone welcome.  C. McDIARMID, Pastor  Methodist���Sunday School at 3 p  m.   Evening eervice at 7 :30 o'clocb.  Everyone welcome. ,   '    *  D. M. PERLEY, B. A., Pastor.  ���MhK��U OP  ^ASSATJSJtT.  NELSON,  B. C  Foreign anil   Doniestic Wines, liquors  'and^Cigars.       ^        '  ff   ',' d . ���   . .  . "   -.   <���"���   s. -  * '.E.a.:GWYHNE;  'V  'A' . ,.',    ", ,.     , '���       '���.'''  Cigars, '    .Tobaccos,  A4Co?I?clionerJ"'  .   ''     ,    ' ,  FruitsI"Eto.   ' ' " .  '"��� , '  .FAR RELL'BLQCK, *    < Victoria SL  :��FiifXi.��'t  NOTICE.  South .u-r.rCAN War Land Gkant Act.  is a groat Loot for  lhat "barum  eeariun" r-on of you s.  It is made of  all  leather  aud  the   lust  fif   fiudingi-,   to  standi  hard knock.-,.  Yet it is a graceful Boot, tDO,  as Boys' Boots go.  Just as well made and as-  honest leathtr as our "Mcn3'  Boots.  Tell your shoe dealer that you j  want "THE LECKIE BOOT"}  and look for the trade mark on I  ibe 'Bole. ���   ���-  GRiXTSorlund made to Voli n'eers, their  heir'- or assign*, under'authority oi tins Apt,  a-e s.ubj<-et to the condition that such lands  shall have been selected by the i;rautees on or  before the first dav of July, lauO. -Notice is.  Uiereforo. hereby glveu that applications for  such lauds must be filed at a Government  Olhcebj lhat date."  R. r\ GREEK, i  Chief CommlRSloner o�� Lsnd i Works.  I4and and Works   Department,  Victoria, U. O. 2Jtn .May'  100j.  Keg Beer, Bpttled  Beer an& Porter  always oh Hand.  Barber Shop  i - ii  , And Bath Rooms.  J'u STONE Building.  '   ,    First  Class Work.   r  B iths open   every day.   '  A, L. FRANKLIN  JOSEPH NIEDERSTADT,       Propr.  MINERAL   ACT.  (FORM  f.)     ,  OcmrricATE of Impkovemekts.  NOTICK.  Mollie Eaton Miueral   Claim, situate  In the  FortStacle iLinln��rDlvistou  of  T.ast Koolcuay  District.  Where locatcd-On east side of Lower Moyie  lake. ,  Take notice that I. Thos. T. McVittle, F. M. C i  No. H7.1710. Aiicut for K.J. Mcilnhou. Free  Miners' Certlficaio No. 1100501, iuteud sixty  davB from date hereof to ap,il> to the Mining  lit-'-ordcr lor a Certificate of Improvements for  tlio purpose of obtaining a Crow n Grant of the  iibme L-lnlin. .        ,    .        ,  1     Aud lunher take   notice   that notion, under  section J7, must be coinmeuced before the is-  CHRIS. NIELSEN,  (MOYIE.)    ���  General agent m   British  ^Columbia for:  LIQUID   ELEC I'RICITY,  "     "MAGNETIC COMBS,  ASBESTOS LAMP WICKS.  c c  For  further   particulars    regarding  these goeds t\ill on or write,  IF YOU HAVE A  "LOT T ��SELL,  ���   A UOUSE TO RENT,  MINING STOCK TO   SELL  i  Or if you wish to inveet  iu any of these consult  FARRELL * SMYTH.  _S_-9_E_ -EXGSa  CRi\NBRO,OK,_'    British Columuia  BUY YOUR  h ���.'  FROM  A'. B. Stewart ��&,Co.  Your Money Back if  Yoif,,��are. Not  ���: Satisfied.     :-^ ,/;'  f ) l        l H> V f %        J  > This  sentence, has "a world of /meaning  when hacke.d by a;reli,abl.e' house. '  It means that we handle the ��� beat   >  "'' gooils that'inonev can bu-y.  '%'~     "-''    '  It  means  Hint  our^Ien'd   Wear  A,'must ''be ' perfect, vlitters 'ami" good '.  :  wearers.   -..,,, ��� d  V ~4 4  11, nieaus th,,ir; the best ,matcrial 'and' ���  skilled workmen are employed._,  '" Jt nmans'LOW PJ5ICES, because in-  ^v InuKlling good,goods we 'do, not .htive  !",, tp'chnrge,extra to iiiake uptfur* los&c's.  - ^It means' that YOU ABE ,'l'Rd-  TECTED JN'.Ey'ery; WAY " beT.  cause you can get your money back'if  you are ndt satisfipd. j . ���' A  It nieatifa tlnitAvc liavc^'tlie cotifi-  tlcncc of 7y.per-etnt' of tho. working  men of this disirict, and we uro after  the, other 2d per ectU.'A  v_'  ,        ' ��     a  aiace;-:  '*. Bread,'1 riep," Cakes,'Etc  ^Twelve, Loav.es..$l..  = R. T. HOWARD, -Prop.  FOR" FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  FOOT!  1-91  MERCHANT   TAILOR-  And Gents'  Furnisher.   -'  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported ' Goods.  CUNION   SHOP.")  MOYIE, B. C  OKSAUrNXISK imOS,    rroin.  Lar^e   sample   room   in   connection  , with house for commercial men.   "Beet  of accommodations.  Ileadquarters  for" Commercial'and Mining Men.  THE   TIME.  BY 'usixa  PREST PHOTO CO.  CUAKBKOOK   AK1)-M0YIK.  ,   l suniicc of such Cerliliciite of Improvements.  J        Dated this 'Jlth day of May, A. I). WOI.  THOri. T. McVITTIE  ��� St.   Joseph's   Convent.  O. F. DE'oAULNIER  DEALEIt   IN  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  MAXUK.VCTtUtEl)  KV  1CK1E GO,  KELSON, B. C ' |  Boarding and D.iy School  conduct-';  ed by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson ' . -��/;-/-,*VT't?  B.   C.     Commercial    and= business  Q,UeenS   A^er JHUrJJii  courses a-specialty.   Excellence  and j A  swift  progress  characteuize   each  department.    Parents  should   write  for  particulars.    One month  assures  the  ���public  of   the   thoroughness   of   the  ! Sisters'methods   of' teaching.   Terms  j commence January,  April  aud  Sept.  ���Pupils are admitted durinc term.  QDEEKS  AVENUE,  MOYIE,  3: C.  Seattle,. Tacoma  AND   ALL  uffliner Schedule-  Effective June 4th.  2  , .THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.  PaClflC     LOaSt   rOintS!     Montreal to Vancouver  i  i  St,   Paul,'[Chicago.   New   York J  -_-w__7seriggF_-;^-^ mismsi^jwjijauKAmmMJ^iuiasf.  ,   T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.,  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS. ,Thia hotel is  close   to 'the  mines, atj  every Convenience for Working Meu.''  South .Victoria St., M01  c' '  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  - (      'and Cigars.   ���  CRANBROOK, ' British Colum|  We handle everything in the Hardware  Also  Cumberland blacksmith's coal, po^j  fuse and caps, oil, paints and glass, at-  IT  Kootenay Section  Con nects With  ..(limited.-)  ���".WNCOUVEU, ���  ��� B. C.  A. GRENIER,  A'wnii-gs Made -to .Order,  and Up'holsl'criiig., D,qno  in First Class Stylo.''  TAYLOR & DAVIS,  ;.'      CKAKEROOK.  '   j A     '     d     1  Bricklayers and. brick   manufactur- !  ers.' -They intend putting a carload of j  brick iu   Moyie   for ��� immediate   use,'  Anyone requiring chimneys can communicate direct or leave orders at this  oCRce.    French ranges a speumlty    ii  'Cranbrobk,  B, C.  W, R. BEATTY      ]  Embaimer and Undertaker,  Phone 89. '   ' ���-.   CRAN'BROOK;  AND  ALL   POINTS   EAST  Palace : and Tourist Sleepers,   Buffet,  Library cars; Modern Day coaches  Dining   cars.     Meals  a La Carte.   ,    A)  Best Meals on Wlieels  Fast   Overland  TRAINS DAILY  . For Tickets, Rates, Folders and  Full informatijii, call oty or address any Gn at Northern Agent  or write .-'.:'.'.'.  S. G; YERKES,    H, BRANDT,  A. O. P. A. ���'-, C. P. ,t T. A.  Seatlle,        701 W. Rivi-rsulo   Ave  ; r*l..Hk;iiii>, \Ya3liinglon.  MA  EAST AN I) WEST.  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