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The Moyie Leader Jun 21, 1902

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Array ^  3ove than to pa$?  handier  to own  [quit jpoying.   Scsg  jl&Tlb   pfHov/n  on  f^ Or$&  lo-  iXiX^co  ii CO.  ''  CO.  CO.  "'1  **��.'  Mqp3* b. Q.. ju^, l902  I  from Our Tftfnk tank,  feu aaid that the man who makes a noi3e when times-  *1ways soniewhc'rp'in'tks' vicinity"' of 'the' bancl  wa<->on  ���   '    '���      . Y     ,  ���'    .'   ' :    '*-     '''" -'���   ��� ' -j--    /' ,"      '''     '���'���������   f    :  cession starts.. ���< , .    ' -    ,  Itruc }bat rnoet ofthe business men  who a're content  Mheir stores and wait until- customers' "come" and' 'buy  ��rowing"round ohpulfjpred 'carrying  cash, receipts   to  *���  ,.-' '!���'.-."��'"; ; ... ,',,,,. >' '    '.��� ���;    >     -  (;, i_ .i ;_      i  '*  Speejaj Precaution to  Handle Crowd,  Y �����*'  7e have 'a ji excellent "stock of'^adjeg'  -jyjjjtc  ^paho'vy voi} {hje |jre��lc af     . " ;'���"  9  COMPANY'S.  e.  The Aspect of fb.e- Town is  Positively ffi'deoiis-Q-uardi*  ' ing Against Possible' ���' *  ���Dangers.'"'"'  13  fiery'  INADAIN  B4NK   QF . COMBKCE  lid'XJp-Gapiial   $8,OQ0,O0q.S;  W.  ,,. ;-   ,   ;-'     EHUBERT HAINES." M6R  London, Juno 19.-A11  London   3  now jn ourl papers and a vefy wet' be-  d����lPd dftme'ijie is,   Moro   than   a  month of steady' w,-a   |1([j  flerjoug)y  handicapped' all porcnation preparations, and the prejenf aspect of the  town is poajtiyplj hjijeous, "  The police are extremely anxious as  to what may happen in" the'' enormous  MOYI^  ^7-34 .^VfA'c^jBxziE, "Proprietor. .  [a?Q"P tl^.o /masses.   Ever ythin#J3Jirst  ���Yl~m*e%Riii6i.    Sample ��B,ooins  for"""'  Commercial Men, ' \  " ���'  .       , , British, Columbia.  ^c sJinpie room, in connection  with bouse for commercial mon.^ Best  of accommodations.  rters for Commencia! and Mining Men.  e-vward   YII,.y/Kp   \viLL  ���      CROWDED JUNE 2GTH.  BE  | crush along the route cf   the  'corona-  lion procession, which is only one and  one-half miles,long.. They have adopt  ed the   wise   precaution    of  erecting  P> y. 11. IVosiaent in tho  West.  Sir Thorn us 'Shaugh rieesy, president  of the Canad^n Pacific ltailway, has  reached Vancouver in the coarse of  his annual inspection ot the' 'imperial  Highway. The C.'P. R. magnate will  berunabla to visit the''Kootenay this  yearbutwin/inatead, beMhe guest of  that great rival fine,'the Great Northern. 'After paying a visit' to Victoria  he will'go to Seattle' and  thence  east  via the Great "Northern :and   the  Soo  lino.     ���"' .'       ;.: ������ ',.    '���    ��� .    , -., '������  It is a little remarkable to rem ember  that Jawba J. Hill, the^ president'  of  tlie"American   road   is   a.-.Canadian,  wuile Sir '^bomas "Shaughuessy, ''the  h'eadf   of   the'Canadian*, line,-fs   an  Ameridaa.'" HJIPsparents were of the  kind that went, "back, 'back"'to  'the  farm ."and  the   man''who   holds ' so  prominent a place iri the United States  today was once a ' barefoot' lad , doing  choree near Qqelph, Ont'.'  Sir (Thomas  grew to manliood' in the third ward of  Miljyaukee/an Irisi? American  ward,  an(d,,tn course of time ��p[e Was'ejected  an ftjdorman.   He'redpivod \ sound  0^'fitiaa ' education'   in   St,   'gall's  paroehialgohool bu'flt  ts stated'that:  hio attitude ia religioqs 'matters early  began to recemble that "pf   the"Jjttle  girl'a'father.  "Papa is'o Methodist," she' said;  !'bnt he is qot workirJg<atYt now."  "' When Sir'William Van Horne'under-  took.to set tlie Canadian Pacific going  along the paths -of prosperity h'e sought  out Thomas Sliaughnessy to help him,  'and when Sir William found that his  railway no longer needed so much of  his time he recommended to his directors that Shattghnessy become president and the prince of Wales, when he  was in Canada recently, thought it  only right that the head of the (X P-11.  shodld be a ."Sir."'  ���   ,9Q .hi? J���?l0 y'ancbU^er Sir Thomah  ,tested the capacity of tho road 'for the |  rast traveling h'iaugurated'for'the' eea-'  son this week'.'   He made the run on a  special from Kamloops to Win. Bend  at a higher rate of speed than the 'imperial-Limited win do it,    despite   the  fact that the train will make Lhe  journey from hereto Montreal'fn 9Shours  88 "A'TELE-  i- ft.  LOCAL.  NEWS,  Trucy   and   Merrill  Eluding'Sheriffs.  - ' ' ' _ tn       ' j      . ^  STILL Df'.'lBJ TIBER  ���J / I     -    .' *    ;  Nothing has Been Seen of the  fugitives ' Since''��� Wed;- -  nesday EVening  .   ,   "'������'" June 18: "f  yanoduyer,  Wash., ^unp 19. ���The  search, .for' |iarry ' Tracy   ' nd'-( David  ^Morrjll, thp Vacftpod pbavlotg fror4 the  Oregon penitentiary! ao far at least as  the armed pogBB'which, has mado this  city its head  quarters   for 'the   past  three  days   is ��� concerned;   has   been  abandoned'for the time being, and the  majority of the officers, deteotiyes and1  militiamen returned here this evening,  weary,   from    .their long   vigil ' and  .chagrined over their  failure' to bring  down their human game.  Nothing has beea *eeh of the fugitives sinceyesterday evening.- when they  passed Nichblson'3 farm, near Pioneer,  on horseback. The general, opinion  among the pursuers is tha't'the outlaws  are still in tlie woods south of Lewis  river. A. close watch has been kept at  all crossings' of ' the ' river, and the  officers flo iibt believe that the desperadoes crossed the stream last night or  today.'     "1__^__:_^"    ..    ' ���  *    -".4w.\er'" Ph}�� Smoking Tobacco  winoing on 'its'merits.  - '   ' '   '  ."Haye you tried it?':  Save the tags they are .valuable..  is  GENERAL  NEWS NQTES.  Annual Sch.oo�� Election.  annual    school     election  The  trustees will  house   i}'ext  Nominations wil  OJ  iVJr, and Mrs. P.   J.   McAXahon   are  visiting in Spo'kaneY      "i    :, V "     "\  SaW Grant iu' daily expected from  the east-' * "��� '���.  3Irs. Norman Hill oi  Pranbrook  ia  visiting with Mr. :and 3flra. Ed IJilif.  ';  G. G-. Moffatt is now assisting 'ty. 4.  Be'ale'.with his of^c'o wprlf.'", ;     ;     f  Miss Gladys Butler, who has'been  teaching fn the ; Moyie- - a'ph'ool, Ief^  yesterday for Yacoouver,  ' f'QE,, BENT���A five ' room" cottage  furnished.' Inquire .'at Leader .Office,  ������ Tom Wellman and Frank Dickenson of Cranbrook wero here 'Thursday  angling for trout in Moyie lajce. '  Miss  Smith, daughter of   Charles  Smith, engineer at" the   St.   Eugene  compresoo'r', ia' here on   a ���' visit' from ;  Spokane and isotpppjng at tjao Central. "  Constable Brummoncj: went to New  Westminster'-'this 'week hayfng ' in  charge^ au 'insane .Italian''for" the  asylum; The p, i^'onQr" \q ' 'trpm noa?  Oranbrqok'.'-   '��� ���'������ ���    , '���     ' " '  ^ Pra'n& Johneton of the ;A^pyis hotel  is afc'lhe ^lairraore hpt'spri'nga, taking  treatment1' for rheumatism." ���  F. E. Simpson and' J.' P. Fink' re!."  turned Weanesday'"frq;m :"Ww Westminster, where   ibey  were' attending  the Odd FelloW grand"lodge;   ' "    '  The   thermometer  registered    four  degrees below fr'ezing yesterday morn-  ing.   Several of the'gardens in  town  '  were badly damaged by "the frost.    '"  ���    J; J. Murphy has shipped hia   stock  of goods ��� to". Frank,   Alberta/' fames'  Casey will have  charge.'ot  the "store,  and Mr. Murphy will still   continue' iri -  business in Elko. '      "'"���'.,  A social dance was, given at the  Kootenay hotel Wednesday' evening 0  in honor of Messrs. Harry Schorlem-  mer and "John Morrison, who wer��  leaving for Eoasland, and Mr. Caee'y  foi Frank.,      ,- ���       '  ? LOST-t^A* watch charm, made frorn' -  a copper coiu; with1 Masonic" emblem,  F;nderwi/1 please leave'san?e at' this  office,   ���'   '"  -"' '"    ';''" ^ '  &<&&&&&. i&^i&iv     .   ", ".     iJ,^,��,on    or   erecting   Nominations will.*be  from  JT m  .���^^C^^^ ^5^^   strong barrier,; about thirty yards apart   a. m. and votiPBf��m U   till^'fou  I some distunco down the converging  ,streete. When the spaces between  [each of the barriers are filled no  'more will be admitted, arid the surging  jK land crushing of immense bodies of  * j people ^i'll be thus rendered impossible.  Fort Steele is preparing tor a. grand  celebration on July 4th.  beheld   in    .j,": ��   "II.   -l4���6.8 M. Martin, formerly  member LBHU��y  ue nem   in    the   school   legislative1 assembly for  tho ��� Bo��sIanrf   ��n��in     n��- r��      ���   ���   >  W. T. Jameccn a^d family" left Wednesday for Wallialla, rforth Baljota, to  till-12  JfOYIE, r>. c.  /iV I Fcrnio Kelior yUjid.  Wi     Tlie Fernie  rell'ef  fund  is  growing  steadily;   XJp to going . to   press   the  sum of $16S.50 has been subscribed.  'Previcusly acknowledged . . .. S168 50  Win.  Mills   ,.  '    2X)0  Patrick Bonner. ..'. ;,.        5_00  Total  m.    The act says'.  "Any. householder or freeholder resident in any school district for a  period of six months previous to the  election, and being of thVfull age of  21 years?aua tlie wife of any such  householder or' freeholder, shall be  entitled to yote'at any school meeting  held in such district, and for the election ol trustee's.''  This is a inal'er in which even-  resident of the toiyn should take an  active interest. ,  A mass meeting has been called to  take place at tbe school house' at 10  a. m., an hour before the nominations  take place.  illness  It is said that the Fernie coal company is making'an effort to induce  Pensylyania coal miners, who are now  out on a 3trike, to come to Fernie" to  work.        >  Matt Pvockendorf of, Key City lodge  L 9' P- F" P*anbrook,' hag been appointed deputy grand master with  Fernje, Moyie and Cranbrook as-bis  territory.  A company , has been formed to  operate au automobile service in  Spokane in opposition to the street  railway system.    It   is. expected 'the  $175.50  Want to Talk.To.  ^ n have the finest range of ready to  *yr clqthing to be found in tho city!  pVc hnye gold clothing long cuough, j.o  |be abl(> to advise our customers to  |�� ink their money rather than spend  j" f"i j,oor, tmshy c'loUiing.  W��s )<eep the other kind���tlie kind  {that wtars well, fits' well and looks  lv.c-11.   ,  t'or the warm, sunny days   that aro.  ifcoon to cpme during  the  next   three'  |nionths\yo have a fine range  of  sun>  per  uoatg.    Also French  balbriggan"  linrdorweftr and silk plaited in pink -oi?"  jbrown colors and"'equal in -appearance  |to real silk.     .'  A1so Stetson's soft hats in the latest  foolora and Btylee.  ng  AND^fc.  Odd FpIIo-ws (rrntiii todco  Now  Odd Fellows' grand lodge which was in  session here for a couple of da'vs completed its session with  a   banquet   in  the GuiGhDn hotel last eveniug.  Tlie following are Ihe,officers elected  for the ensuing year:    Grand  Master,  A Graham ; deputy grand   master,���Dr.  E. C. Arthur, Xelsorj;  grand   warden,  Mayor T.   F.   Ifeelunds,   Vancouver;  grand secretary; Fred IJavev, Victoiia;  grand   treasurer,   D.   E.   MacKenzie,  New Westminster; grand   representative to the sovereign grand lodge, G.K  Gordon, Vancouver.  At Thursday morning's session there  ( were several important matters  under  j consideration.    .For   one   thing;    the  grand lodgo voted |100 for the' relief of  the widows and orphan's of  Odd Fellows killed in the 'Fernie mine disaster.  Permission was  given   'to   the   Odd  Fellows' Relief Association' of  Canada  todo insurance business in  the  B.   C.  jurisdiction and the plan'of insurance  was recommended to the membership.  The committee  appointed   to raise  funds for the founding and  endowing  of an Odd Fellows' home reported that,  during the the past year  the   sum   of  11,123.25 had been raised by subscription for this particular object.    It was  decided to continue the good work in  this way^for another year at least.  When the question came! up of  setting where the grand lodge shall  meet next year. Mayor Neelands, of  Vancouver, invited them to go to his  city, and tho invitation1' was ' cordially  accepted.  The matter of reducing the number  of representatives to the grand lodge  was taken up, but the motion to decrease tiie number j did not carry by  the required two-thirds Yolo.  ADDITIONAL 'LOCALS.  Thos.   Bader   has    returned     from  Westminster ?Timn ' i f     ti    I Frankf ^berta.    He   was   much   im-  VU.t.mnstei,  June   U^ho^ pressed wit,L tl,e pIace aad   purcha^d  some real estate tliere. .    "  will be installed.  be hoped the change of climate will be  agreeable to him'.' ' '   '        ���       '  t Owing to the pervalence of diphtheria, there will be no more school  this term. The school'will be reopen-  ed the second Monday in August, and  the promotion examinations will be  held immediately after the'holidays.  Moyie lost four of its  most popular  young men  this  week.    On   Monday  J^elrombley took his   departure   for  Helena, Mont.,   and   Thursday  John  Momson   and,   Harry    Schorlemmer  .left for Bossland, "and yesterday James '  Casey left for Frank, Alberta. '   '  J. C. Drewry is   up   at   the   Great  t  d.  ixnected   r, J- ~iU  ^"ik'v-uy.    2\   torce   of  - Pe��ea  five men is now employed,   but   it   is  Mrs. N. A. Mac Ken g ie and   baby "are  visiting with friends in Elko.  '  Owing to the hoist at tbe St. Eugene  mine breaking devn Thursday, it&be-  comc necessary to lay of the men who  were working in the shaft for a few  days. Work wijl be resumed about  next Tuesday.  John One was taken to tho hospital  in Cranbrook last evening. He will  undergo an operation for appendicitis  today. ���  Prof. W.' Parkes delighted  a large  audience in the Odd Fellows' hall  last  evening with his moving picture show  Many of the pictures of the Klondyke  were taken by  the professor  himself  and all were realistic and perfect    It  was by Jar the best show  of   its   kind  which has over appeared in Movie.  that IU  additional  horseless  vehicles  i";i.���i  ���' ���t>~j���,   uui   ir,   is  ���-n fca ,-�����..ii"i      Q -ICie6kely more men will'be  added  before  the summer is well advanced.  "Amber" Plug Smoking Tobacco is  winning on its merits.  "Have you tried it?"  Save the tags they are valuable.  Cslobra,  Excursion Rutes for Coronation  timi <Tuno SQ.  On June 23 and 2i the Canadian  Pacific. Eail way will sell round trip  tickets from all stations in Kootenay  to Vancouver and Victoria at single  first class limited fare for the round  trip tickets good for 15 days  Full particulars from  local   agents.  METAL   ^  New  YoRK-~Bar silver, .52$ cents.  Lead, J?-I.12^.    Copper; $12.20,  London���Lead, jell, 5Si  A  1 ���    ,3  , -. .     1  'Y  -i  , \  Made from Grape Cream of  Tartar, and Absolutely Pure  lest award, Chicago World's Fair.  Highest tests fey U> S. Gov't Chemists.  PRICE BAKING POWDER 0O���  0HIC/\gqY   : I,  :,i  -Pit  Imitation bating- powder< art. k,��=h   _ j  from alum.. They may cos^ l^T^l^^  but;, their use ��� j| .^ *$?*��? %?. ^."fl, ifesll  t        J'  >1,  1 I     '   o  1  :"Y,  i'    i'  ���,'A.',  i'   ���  hV  '   'I   >  -''' l. '  CI"  1,1  f  ��� 'A  'J ��� ���'-1  *  T "1'   i  .'������  ,1  r'.'."e:;'.  -''���Y':  Y >)"'���:  vYY  *".!-:  -A A  .A.z-:,  '',;���''��/  -TrVrrn-hrArtiTna  ���Jfr*TI;>-  ���MMIIilfttifi  OF LYNN  By Slk WALTER  BESANT.  (Copyright 1900 by Sir Walter Besuiit.)  it was presently iearnea mat Mr.  , Purden had offered to take tbe services  at St. Nicholas' for a few weeks in order to "enable tbe curate to attend the  bedside of a dying parent. He undertook this duty -\yitliout asking for any  fee or pay, a fact which greatly increased his reputation.  ,A day or two after Mr. Purden's arrival came a carriage ��� and  four containing a very fine lady indeed, with  her maid and her man.    She drove to  the Crown, the people all looking after  her.   A large coat of arms was emblazoned on the door of her carriage, with  a coronet and supporters.    Her man  was dressed' in a noble livery of pale  green, -with scarlet epaulets.    A little  ���crowd" gathered round the door of the  Crown while the footman held the door  , open and the lady spoke -with the landlord.  "Sir," she said, inclining her head  graciously and smiling'upon the crowd,  "I have been directed to ask for thy  good offices in procuring a lodging., I  am a simple person, hut a body must  have 'cleanliness and room- ���to turn  ;    about." -   ���  "Madam," said the landlord,"there ;  Is but one lodging in the town which  Is worthy of your ladyship.    I' have  myself  across   tho   market'  place   a  " house  which  contains  three  or  four  rooms.   These I would submit to your  ladyship's consideration.".  This   was  au   excellent    beginning.  ���    The lady took tbe rooms at the rent  proposed and without haggling.  There  were two bedrooms for herself and her  maid and one room in which she could  ���it     The   man   found   lodgings   elsewhere."  It appeared  from  his  statement that his mistress was none other  than  the  Lady  Anastasia,   widow of  'the late Lord Laugston and sister of  ,    the living Earl of Selsey. , It was therefore quite true, as Sam Semple had announced, that persons of quality were  coming to tho spa.  ' The Lady Anastasia at this time was  about 2G years of  age,  a ��� handsome  woman still, though no longer in the  first flush of her beauty.,  Her dress as  . well /as   her  manner  proclaimed  the  woman of fashion.    I confess that as  a simple sailor, one who could net pretend to be a gentleman and had never  before seen a woman of rank, much  less conversed with one, I was ofuite  ready, after she had honored, me with  a  few  words  of  condescension   and  . kindness,   to  become her slave.    She  could  bear herself with' the-greatest  dignity and even severity, as certain  ladie3 discovered who presumed, upon  her kindness and assumed familiarity.  But, 'While   she  could   freeze ' with  a  frown and humiliate with" a look, she  > could and did the next moment subdue the most obdurate and disarm the  most resentful with her gracious smile  and   with  her voice,   which  was  the  softest, the most musical and the most  moving ' that  you   can   imagine.     She  had been a widow for two years, and,  having now put off the weeds, she was  rejoicing  at  the  freedom   which   tho  world allows to young widows of fortune and rank.  The mayor bade her welcome to the  upa. "Madam," he said, "this town  until yesterday was but'a seaport and  we ourselves 'for tho most part merchants and sailors. We are not people  of fashion. We do not call ourselves  courtiers, but you will And us honest,  and we hope that you will believe in  our honesty when we venture, with all  respect, to declare ourselves greatly  honored by this visit of vour ladyship."  "Indeed, worshipful sir and reverend  sir, and you, gentlemen, I am grateful  for your kind words. I am here only  in the pursuit of health. I want nothing more, believe me, but to drink your  sovereign waters, of which my physician speaks most highly, and, when  my health allows me, to attend your  church."  "We hope to offer your ladyship more  than the pumproom," the mayor continued. "We, have devised in our humble way rooms for the' entertainment  of the company with music and gardens, and we hope to have assemblies  for dancing in the town hall. They  are not such entertainments as your  ladyship is accustomed to adorn, but  Buch as they are we shall be deeply  honored if you will condescend to join  them. You will find the gentry and  their ladies of the county and others  not unworthy of your ladyship's acquaintance."  "Sjr, I accept your invitation with  great pleasure. These gayeties are indeed unexpected. I look forward, gentlemen, to making the acquaintance before many days of your ladies as well."  So she rose and dropped a courtesy  while her man threw open the door,  and the deputation withdrew-     '  In ,the evening the ladyj came to the  long room soon after the, music commenced. .Mr. Prappet, bowing lowy Invited her to honor the evening by dancing a minuet He presented a gentleman, the son of a Norfolk squire, who,  with many blushes, being still young,  led out this lady, all jewels, silk, ribbons and patches, and with such grace  as he could command performed the  stately dance of the fashionable assembly.   /-..,'  This done, the master of the ceremonies presented another gentleman, and  her ladyship condescended to a second  dance, after which she retired and sat  down. The first gentleman then danced with another lady. The second gentleman succeeded him, and dance followed dance. Mr. Prappet presented  to Lady Anastasia those of the ladles  who belonged to the gentry, and she  was presently surrounded bv a court or  company, with whom she discoursed  pleasantly and graciously. The spa  had found a leader.  The next arrival from London was  Sir Harry Malyns. a baronet and,country gentleman whose life was wholly  devoted to the pleasures of town.  Those, who had seen the withered old  anatomy  carried  out  of  his  carriage  laughed at the thought of this ancient  person still dented to tlie pleasures oi  >Le town. "Nay," ?aid the v.-irh-t. grinning. "But wait till you see him dressed. Wait till he hay passed through  my hands. You think he is at his last  gasp. Indeed I Thought .so myself  when-1 gave him his sack posset and  put him to bod, but he will recover.  Sir Harry is not so old but he can still  bear some fatigues." '-  There   was   another   whose   arrival  caused  no ringing of bells or salutations by the horns.    This was a  certain   Colonel   Lanyon/  who   wore   the  king's scarlet,  having served  and   received promotion 'in the king's armies,  lie drank  the hardest,  he played  tiie  deepest? he swore the loudest  and  he  was always ready to take ollense. Vet  he  was  tolerated  and even  liked,  because he was good company,   fie sang  songs; he told anecdotes;  lie Is.-ul seen  service in the West Indies and in many  other  places;   he   had  passed   through  many   adventures;   he   assumed,   and  successfully,   the   manner   of  a   good  sportsman,  free with  his  money,  who  played  deep,  paid   Ids debts of  honor  at   once  and  expected   to   be  paid   In  like manner.  Last of all'came the prince of this I  company. Lord Fylingdale himself. |  Sir Harry .Malyns being asked if he  knew ' his lordship, shook his head.  "We of the gay world." he said, speaking as a young man, ",do not commonly  include' Lord Fylingdale among the  beans and bucks. There' is in him a  certain haughtiness which forbids the  familiarities commou among ourselves."  ,   "Is he, then, a saint?"  "Why,   sir,0 I   know   nothing   about  saints.   There are none."  Sam  Semple showed, good sense  In  going around to  visit his old  friends.  Among others he called upon Captain  Crowle. to whom he behaved with singular discernment,  in  such  a  way as  would   please   the   old   man.   for   on  board  ship  we  like a  cheerful  sailor,  one   who   takes   punishment' without  sniveling and   bears  no  malice thereafter.    A ship is like a boys' school,  where a flogging wipes out the offense  and    master   a~nd    hoy    become   good  friends after it. whatever the heinous-  ness of the crime.  "Sir," said Sam, standing berore the  captain modestly, "you will under  stand: first of all. that I am reminded  in coming here of tho last time that  I saw you.!'  "Aye, my lad, I. have not forgotten.'  The captain did not rise from his arm  chair, nor did he offer-Sam, his hand  'He waited to learn iu what spirit the  young man approached him.  "Believe me. sir." said Sam, "I am  not unmindful ot'Ya certain lesson,  rough perhaps, but deserved. The presumption of youth, ignorance of the  world.'ignorance of the prize to which  I aspired, may be my excuse, if any  were needed. I was then both young,  and ignorant." It must-be admitted  that Sam possessed the gift of words  "Indeed 1 was 'too young to understand the bumble nature of my origin  and ray position and too ignorant to  understand my ' own presumption.  Therefore, sir, before 1 say anything  more I beg your forgiveness. That  presumption, sir. can never, < I assure  you, be repeated. I know at least my  own place and the distance between a  certain 3'oung lady and myself."  "Why, my lad," said the captain,  "since you talk in that modest way I  bear no malice���none���wherefore here  is my hand in token of forgiveness.  And so on that head we will speak no  more."  Ho. extended his hand, which Sam  took, still in humble attitude.  "I, am deeply grateful, captain,"- he  said. "You will perhaps before long  find out how grateful I can be." Time,  in fact, did show the depth of his grati-  best of men. There is, no more virtu  ous nobleman in the country. My  tongue is tied as his' lordship's 'secretary, else could I,"fell of good deed*  Truly his right hand knoweth not what  bis left hand doeth. My lord is" all  goodness."  "Aye, aye. This Is good hearing, indeed."  "Lord Fylingdale a gambler?    Why,  he may take part at a table, but not a  gambler. Xo man is less a. gambler.  What doth it matter to him if he wins  or loses a little? He neither desires to  win nor does he fear to lose. You will,  I dare say, see him in the cardrocai just  to encourage the spirit of the company."  "A very noble gentleman, indeed."  The captain drank a glass of his home  brewed. "A very noble gentleman, truly.   Go on, Samuel Semple."  "Also he Is one who��� Captain, if  there is one thing in the world that my  patron abhors it is the man who ruins  innocency and leaves his victim to  starve. No, sir;,his lordship is n. man  of the nicest "honor and the highest  principle."  "He has a secretary who Is grateful,  at least," observed the captain  ISPS��  fag, S^^f^Ju^ @^^,f<^^  ��<m  ���A,**  ���a  "'porsai  South America has richer vegetation than any other, quarter of the  ' "His swqrd is ever ready to defend 'globe. It has,40,000 classified spec-  the helpless and to uphold the virtuous. ']es of vegetation,, against 30,000  Would to heaven there were more like known in Asia: Africa has 25,200,  tho right honorable the Earl of Fyling- | North' America 14,400, Europe 11,-  dale!" " . ���   ' j400,   Europe  .11,200,   Australia  only  "Look you, Master Sam," said the cap- 7-200-  tain. "Your good opinion of your patron does you credit. I honor you for  your generous words. I have never* so  far, and 1 am now past 70, encountered  any man who was either saint or angel,  but In every man have 1 always found  some flaw whether of temper or of conduct. So that I do not pretend to' believe all that you make out." .-.'  Sam Semple sighed and rose.   "I ask [The Ottawa  not for your'entire belief, sir.    It will  be sufficient  If you  learn,  as   I   have  learned, tho great worth of this exalted  and  incomparable nobleinan.    As  for  flaws, we are all human, but'I'know of -  none.    So I- take my leave.    I venture'    Ottaw,a'-^ntt^IaAr=;2G.-^>(Spccial)-  to hope, sir, that your good lady and !T��< sayv",a,t; U]e T^"1���* Cas<L��f  your lovely ward-I use Ihe word'with J(;e��,ff�� "' Kcnt" ��f 30L Gllm��rC St"  due respect���are hi good health."'  STILL THEY WONDER  PHYSICIANS  " ,'AND.     SCIENTISTS  WERE NEVER SO BEWILDERED  On thc Upper Congo wedding-  rings arc made of brass and worn  around thu neck.' They som.et.imes  weigh 301b. ,' '  Keep MAHD'S LINIMENT- in" ltd House.   ,  Out of 13,000 species  of fish  only  2,275 belong to fresh water. ,  ,  If all' the land on the  sea  level    were  North Atlantic it   wwu' i,  its  depth   from  an -am^A  miles  to  one' mile.  K'-oU  i    ' * Th.��1  F��J*Bh,ng and wlaezln^  troubled with bronchitis or \\v-s;  "cooHively hnrusjing to thfj^h,;  'noyjUK to otherri.     Dr. 'Iho-i,1  'r5, ,    . .:        "        , >. 'Oil obviatee 'nib th'a entir.K ��TI  Emery  derives  its  name from  Cape   sptedily, and is n beuiKn runh,A  Emeri, in the Island of Naxos. *��"<"�� -���- ��������������-' '     r^,wfk  ness. tortw, injuries, p.k-s, kidtic/svi  troubles. '   I  Miracle, is--Still Being  Discussed at the' Ttegnilar Meetings of the' Doctors of the'Capital  City.  _ Tlicre is "dunger   in  neglectinK a   cold.  Many who have died of cor.bumpllon dnk-d       Sweet Peas,  ljJac   curve i��f-  their troubles  from exposure,  followod by.��   aromatic  flowers,   sm-li  ��"fc  cold which settled on  tho limp*, and ;iin��af0  i.;ltti   <���   ' .   , '        " ,u -a  .-hort time they were beyond the'skill of th��-   ��  bost  f��''   tl10  best |ihysL-inn,     Hud they uted Bickle'sAn-  ti-Oon-umptive Syrup, before it was too inte,  their hvoa would havo  been spared.    Thia  medicine has no equal  for curing .e.cughe,  eold.i, and nil aHections of the throat'and  lurjtfd. ,' '  So he' departed, leaving the-captain  thoughtful. ,  And now they were all among us, the  vile crew brought together for-our undoing by this lord so noble and so exalted.   And we were already entangled Iter.  sirk rrioin  cinths  and  tuberoses   ar.j  the worst.  n  had  shaken  medical   circles  to   their  very foundation,, is putting it mildly  The facts of the' case have been so I  thoroughly, and satisfactorily  established   by  Mr. _ Kent's    sworn   statements as  to leave no  room "for misunderstanding or mistake in themat-  in a whole mesh of lies and conspira-.|    Mr. Kent'had Brightjs Disease ; he  cies, the result of which you have now   had been' in bed  for months, gradu-  to learn.  [CONTINUED.]  ally getting worse;   physicians  could J  do nothing for him.  His   case ,had   reached   that    stage  when his body "was,, terribly bloated.  ITe was so  low  that be had    con-  vulsions,-.:Which   were   rapidly  grow-  To Grade   Uitche* and .Oralng.  A  device  for ��� assisting in     getting  the grade while'digging drains       is  . .. ,  described by W. H. Smith, Somerset  in�� morc_ireq��ent  Coun-ty, Me. In Orange Judd Farmer Tn lho mterv:xl between these con-  he says: I took a piece of board a, a v"lsions he was almost, entirely u'n-  ���3 feet long/7 inches wide, and nailed  conscious^  on two- three cornered pieces, b, b, ' Tn this extremity, the physicians at  cutting out the section of the board last Lolcl his, wite tlmt hl? could^not  .between them,  as shown in the illus- ,live unt'l morning. '  tration. Then I nailed a piece- ' of While watching by his bedside Mrs.  lath across the'tops of the three- Kent, .chanced to pick upa paper  cornered pieces. A piece of clapboard,. containing an advertisement of a  d, 3 feec-long, was sharpened nearly . cure of TJright's Disease, by Dodd's  to a point on the thin side and nail-. Kidney Pills. It was then midnight,  '   ' and all  drug stores were, closed, but  the devoted wife determined, that  even at'this extremely late, hour she  would make one moi/e effort to save  her  husband's  life.   '  .  Accordingly she  despatched , a messenger,   woke   up    the   nearest  druggist,  procured a box of Dodd's Kidney  Pills,   which  she, commenced    to  apparatus roil proper GRADE. j administer at once,  ed diagonally to the side of the 8-'- Mr' Kcnt iViil not die that "'Sht-  foot board, thin edge down, so that for <fr.onl thc ' firsfc ,dosci 'of, I>odd"s  the point of the clapboard would bo Kldn��y r,Ils ho commenced to im-  ' about 20 inches above tho centre of pi'ove- A11' oUier treat ments and  the lath., . (medicines    wore    discarded,  and    the  ,    A plumb line and bob is suspended   use of  this  remedy  carefully contin-  from tho point above the centre   . of ,,ucd-  the lath.    If the lower edge    of    tha'" Gradually yet surely  this  wonder-  board is straight nnd placed    in      a!flil   remedy  arrested   the  progress  of  level position'the line.will hong     at I the dread  Bright's  Disease,  right angles with  it.   Have tho edge | ' 3t took Dodd's Kidney Pills about  of. the   ' lath planed.  Take a     sharp ,six or seven weeks    to    restore   Mr.  Mr. Thomas Bnll.trd Syracuse,XT  * I havo been nfllictcd for nearly  that most-to-be-droadwl dUea-o dr  ��� ��� ___. at times worn out,with paiu und vw;r  -mi      "i     i A   ���      i, ' and  after  trying   almost  ovemLiV  Tho'dark spot nr the,centre of the ; Jn?y'd?dilI tned ��"o l*>* ot I'um&u  bean-blpssoxn'is the nearest approach''.tgg? wilhu^" o^^^d  ,to black that occurs in any flower.    ' thorn for,any money." ' g  ,   n*��*.,n K�����,.Sh.                    "      T))e gI.eat salt min, (U Vj.  \\hen  ono  leaves ,,-the main dues' of   hi'Oalicia, has gallcriVs-which)  railroad,   east-or  west,  and   travels, :ffate over thirty miles in IqvJ  or  tries  to   travel,  on some       road ! total yearly 'yield  is .j5 000 I  which merely, servos a local puriJo.se -    ' ���  '"��J3J*&��!? 1,?���^�� m for mmiju im i  j.^cod and schedule time. A Wyoming      n���-.L,0., " ;   newspaper gives this account of a ^1JU;ks,,wr used In online  certain railroad "dyer" out ' that ino,1^elei*s becomes solid at  way: '    ' c '        ��� ,er��08        ��W  zor��'      U lilk*'s  People never;   take this      train ex. [^'n^L',r0   oC    22G    to    tree  cept   for    journeys  I  M��StXT��D   Jt   CRNTLCMAN   TNK  Q9   A  MOVOLH   KJUni&  pencil and mark each side of tho lino  and cut a notch ,on the lath. ' To illustrate the use o( the devicc.when  the board is level, if a 2-inch block  is put under one end and a notch cut  behind the line, thc plumb lino will  indicate the grade nnd the operator  will get a 2-inch fall for every 8 feet,  8 feet being thc length of the board.  tude.   "Well, sir, 1 am now in high fa-  _vor   with    my    Lord    Fylingdale,   on  whom you waited this morning."  "1 hope his .favor will end iu a snug  ;place,' Sam. Forget not the main  point. \Vell, your patron ,i3 a goodly  and a proper,man to look at Sit down.  Sam. Take a glass of -home brewed.  You must want it after the ale of London, which Is, so far as I .'romotnber.  but.poor stuff. Well, now, about your  nohle lord. He Is a married man. I  suppose?".  "Unfortunately, no. lie Is difficult  to please." . i   ..  "Ah: And I suppose, like most young  noblemen, something of a ������ proflignt'e.  eh. Sam? Or a gambler, likely? One  wlro has rninod many'innocents? Eh?"  The captain looked mighty cunning.  "Sir-sir"-Sam    sprend    out* his  hands  in  expostulation-"you   distress  me.     Lord    Fylingdale   a   proUignreV  Lord Fylingdale a gambler?    Lord Fv  llngdale   a   libertine?    'Sir-Captain  Crowle"-    ne  spoke  very  onrncstlv  -I he tears came into his eves.    He laid  his hand upon the captain's knee. "Kir  1 assure you, he is. on the contrary, tin?  - Ilomcmade Milk: Cooler.  The illustration shows the end of a  large,hogshead cut off and fitted with  a cover to serve as a tank for putting  milk cans in ice water. A row of cans  Is set about the outside, wile ice occupies the center space.   A close fitting  THE HOGSHEAD CKEAMEB.  cover keeps out the heat. A wooden  faucet or plug can be used for drawing off the -water when desired.. This  is designed particularly for small cans  holding eight nnd a half or ten quarts,  but, may be adapted for forty and fifty  quart .cans.���New" England Homestead:  Vnlne   of  Re��ulnr  Feeding.  ' The regularity of feeding has a -reat  deal to do in obtaining the best results.   The cow that is fod regularly  will always give the best satisfaction  m the milk pail.   If y0��� are not rotm-  Jar in feeding your cows, they will not  be regular in giving ������������<.   A-  ulnrly fed  does   not  worry over  her  feeding, as she expects hor food at a  certain time, while tho other cow rets  her food sometimes at one time and  sometimes another..'conwiqiientlv  she  will  not rest easy and does not ^  good  results  from   hor  food    i>.  White. ^tl.-uoscoe  Kent to good health. This is seven  years ngo,' and ho 'has never lost a  day's work through  illness since.  T*vo   N .-i in en  nnd  Tiro   ne<nilfi    '  - large, steamer was once wrecked  because one cf the "sailors w:.r named  West. The vessel wns outward bound  from Rotterdam, and the sailor was on'  deck polishing some brassworl:. Suddenly the capiain called him and told  him to go below., The second'officer ou  the bridge heard the captain call out  the man's name and thought it was an  order to change the course of the vessel  to west. He did so. and the .result was  that the ship ran on (o a dangerous  shoal. That name cost the owners of  the vessel the sum of .SfiOO.OOO.  During  the Afgkan   war of  1S79  a  small British detachment gained a victory over a large body of the enemy by  a   mistaken  order.    A  private  named  Vance, who had distinguished himself  by several acts of bravery, was a great  favorite with one of the' ofllcers, and  during a skirmish the officer wanted  him to carry a dispatch to the colonel  hi  command  of another detachment"  Tie man was only a few yards away  nnd he called out,' "Vance!" at t'he top  of his voice.  The.men'thought ne had  given the order "Advance!" and immediately rushed forward with such dash  and spirit that the enemy broke and  fled;  of considerable  length; walking is as easy and much  safer for���sho��*t distances. On a recent occasion, when the'movement of  thc train was even more deliberat.o  the i usual, a passenger went,to tho  conductor, and said: ' .  "Ain't we going pretty slow?"-  "Wen," said tbe conductor, "we  ain't' flying', 'i;il admit."'  "Hay 'I-ask what is the      trouble,  then'?';     c   ��� '     '    -'  "Ain't any .troubleJ"-  "Thenwhy don't we go  faster?"  . -;JWeU,     J'll  tell you,  since  ���     you  seem      *vo >���' be so inquisitive. ' " Bacr  here a    piece     we found a fino two-  year-bid  steer  Btuck     in the trestio  and we stopped and hclped'him out.  Now  the rules  of .the road' arc  that  in such cases the' animal belongs   to  the company.",'  "But how does, that make you run  slow?" ' " '  "Run  slow?     ,   Why,   that 'ere  steer ain't used to being led, and  when we hitched him on behind, tho,  rear car.he didn't walk up very well.  I'm doing all I, can���got the brake-  man punching him from behind witti  an umbrella, and.an ear. of corn tied  lo the boll rope. But If you think  I'm going to yank thc horns off as  good .a steer as there is in the  state, why, you're awfully mistaken,  that's all!"  sol ill.  A   Soldier's   Reply.  A soldier of Marshal Sa.ve'a army,  being discovered in a. theft, was con'  demncd to be hanged. What he had  stolen might be worth 5 shillings. The  marshal, uieoting him as he.'''.was b��-  ing led to execution, said to him,. "What  n miserable fool you were to risk your  life for T) shillings!"  "CeneraI," replied the soldier "I  have risked it every day for mv'pav  fivopence." This repartee saved hs  life.       ���'   .  A rcrllniiB Profcsulon.  There are ��6me astrologers in China  but oot many, as astrology is n toi-v  perilous profession. When one of thc4  ao. called, yropuel-s nrodlots an evbnt  which does not occur, he loses his head  Snanl.tli      lirift nud 1'olitouesn.  Spaniards may,have many traits  to criticize, said a gentleman who  recently returned from .touring in  Spain, but in' tho matter -of politeness they are above reproach. This  man left Levi lie on foot after H,slay  of a week, and was twenty miles  away, when he was overtaken by  the landlord of the hotel 'where he  was staying. The innkeeper rodo  alongside, of his guest for nearly an  hour before he found courage ��� to  make known .his business.  "if the senor and God pleases,"-he  began,   apologetically,   "T made        a  mistake in his bill yesterday."  "How?" I inquired.  "I forgot to make a charge for his  candles  to   light  him  to  bed!"  "But it was moonlight and I had  no candles."  "Then, senor, with the help of  God, ] forgot to charge you with  tho moonlight."  Thc charge umounted to two cents  in   American  money,   and   he had  hired an ass and ridden twenty miles  to collect it. I was amused , and  ���astonished'... Yl'hen 1 accused him of  being a robber, aiid .'offered him , a  cent to settle the bill. 1 ic worked  up a beautiful smile nnd held, out  his band.   ' .',., , >:'  ���',. "I v. will     take,it,    with       l.lnmUs,'-  Kcnor," li��,said,"and  God will blqes  you for nnhoiK-'St iiuni'"  A'o   f.ntlfnde.  A   national  school'.' inspector-In! Ire  land   was  once  e.viimining a   class  ii-  geography and,   having reason  to cor  ri'ct an answer to n question rcgardiii;,'  longimde, proceeded k, Jlsk 'for h' deli  "ilion/of latitude.. There was a slight'  pause,   and   a. young   lad   answered  "I'lease, sir. we have no latitudejn Ire  Hind.   The ���government won't ullow us  any."  In washing woollona ami fl;r:nci|  Dry Soap  (a  powder) will  bo '[,  eatisfactory.  The sense of smell in tv..j uioj  icato of any of our sen.s'-s. Thtj  hundred-millionth part  of a ,  chlorophenol can bo-distinguij  s      ,T��, nvvnrf, Treox.  To dwarf trees as the C!ilncso\  must follow their inclluids.   The.  a- young plant,' y:iy u scodlmt; or\  ting of cedar when t\ro,or t/ireu  high,-cut off ipfs hiproot as sooc|  has enough o'tln-r rootlets to live  and replant it In a shallow poti  .allowing the end of Uu1 tuproot;  upon the bottom of the pan.  clay' molded to the s\v.e of bead  just'sufficient in quantity to furj  scanty  nourish meat hs thon  the pot   Water, licit and lhjbti  milted on the same basis,  ,   Tbe Chinese also  use varfoi  chanica! contrivances to proiwj  metry of growth.    As, owln;f  shallow pots, both top and n>j|  easily accessible, the gardener:  pruning  knife  and   the fwiril  freely,' so that the little tree, ti  on every 6ide. eventually gives!  unef]tinl struggle and. coiitentinj  with   the  little  life  loft, g��F  eiiough to live and lookjvifl.  A   Bonnpnrte Flit*  A gqkh plate, which CteAal  parte pawned in order to pav uj  cling expenses of his- pom, Naff  tho military.school at Uv'cnnef  placed inTlio town museum til  :  I.  Ivi  [a  a;  f  [fo  to  I in  (lo  BO  eul  Jt)l"  fos  air  oi  Sn (  rian  I her  imai  t  <un  idi  jtioii  Issiv  loiii-i  llllil1  c  it \(  mi  US  ft  in  liavi  Ih  is  , n.s  Avon  pjnonl  Hy   p  h    ust  now.ar  icre ne1!  rsal pa.  iiich il(  curati  3 Of   Ol  rooted  would ,  .to   tho  o Win.  tcnttci  lUd ills  |e fniile  e and  e oxer  ���es tin  i chro  d lac  tranc;  aud T  'tcliui  ted, c  Ej-slei  res  ni? lil  y dor  .Jirovoi  into I  by  hot.  R  sli  J.11V  Mai in   IIorHornrlUli.  The little town of Malin. ia  produces the finest horsera'  ���world.   Malin horseradish la��  over Europe;   Liberal   Inilccrl.  Business Man���Your f fit lie'���  a-very llbornl education, you-  Oollege Uradun Ie��� Sine!  ernor did,cough up IIKc ��  whenever 1  wrote hhii tort'  m  Bli  t!niu  hlfiiLl  and  LUIHI  itiins  Jiiic-  i-f-tiiu  &.'��"  K  I'or^.l  IntcrnMoii^   U'��'  A   Michigan   niiiiiste  marks at n fiinera.!,hy  porttinlty'.' will   now  ho  around the bier." Lie mc<  r(- (i'0��"  ���  clOMl-l  s.iuiis  L'MtDj  lllUl  tcm  gfiali?  The Aztec langiiago In "y  eq nt Hie dis<-ov('i-y ot A(��f^  'he sounds indicated hy our-1  ,'i   t  '���-���.  >   i. I,and v.  *S> ��� f <:..  �����it,i,r,|'<  S-'.cin  ���    ?'��    U.'l'l  ;*jtffwp Hi,  r IrD.lurii  l.-'-i:il!y i  ttic-ir ;;i  T��:i:aXi  .DI.N'O, ���  f; T.-,),X  11 ly jrpoi  .-tern,  .st-.   T  ���'uuiily  tebti  Mi  fffSfif  Ire  (li  'i*f  r>onKTn��  .Jerrold   In   School./  Douglas Jerrold wrote "Black Eyed  Susan" ���when he was twenty-one nnd  contributed to I'unch the immensely  popular "Caudle Lectures" not long  afterward. But al nine years of age  young Jerrold had been scarcely able to  road, and it was not until he was up.  pi'on.ticed to a printer, after serving for  some time as a midshipman at sea, that  he showed cither desire or capacity for  Intellectual imnrovenienL  VnKB  III* 'ItlfiK' l��  "'" n"   '  An  east side clianicK'  about the supreme court  tlcularly    brilliant   sollt  ring,-with the stone turiu'  the palm of bis hand  if ho wore his ring l,1,s ff,1/'  it would be stolen.  "No." he said, scorning  thief   what  is  widenwii  rob your uncle, ho ain't boj  It's for business reasons "  my  diamond  so.    Win1!'  I iiold "I1  (lie  0��\  tou'ari;  comes lo touch me,  so  (with   the   hack  say,   'I'm   broke,  my "  don't  see  my  diamond,  away.   But when I van"?.  mi  'in!,'  n'J  H  with a man who Ims mo  hands so (with the P"ll,l9��  'What can  1 do for .V";  and he sees the big dln'"^  I'm a good man to deal  Quo  in"!  irii^'terfoi  mm  . ^jla.*.^ £
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.   lilai',  dove pit}
.v<'i-s,   Sin-li   wil'
the    sick room.
iboroses   ar.j   ptf
rillarcl Syrncnsc.X.T
lluctcu for nearly sij
iroaded (li«e;i*a.tijr«J
t.with piiiii undwatsl
? almost overjtLiul
ono box o/ J'iiriit'«|
i now ncrtrly nv}|,ui|
no I voufd not Uf
alt mini! at Wj.i
■} gallcrit.-s as hich f
ly miles in lend
deld  is ."55,00(1 il
'finciiti. or   Opinion aud   It** State-
„f i;ier» —'J liu l.n.imr Ar*-,How-
('unirolliM^ li'llui'ju-eu in £.iff-.
ie ordinary   thermometer ' may
A  opposite     the     figures , two
eats  of     opiniqn   iind   two    of,
The former  are   of little ' im-
e.       Whether     seventy-six    is
er   heat'.'   unci  a    few    degrees
■■temperate"     depends'- largely
sihty.    but  the two 'fixed facta
[water    freezes   at""-32    degrees
y.er o and  that the temperature
body is 08 G-10 exercise* a con-
ig   influence   over "many   of   the
of life.     And, while the   whole
[f the instrument  might be dot-
iwih     other ,   interesting  signs,
«  the boiling - point of  waler
her liquids     and     the freezing
ol   various  liquids, these facts
iiiag  hlood   and   water  are  the
essentials.     ,
freezing point of water is at
his of many industrial pro-
Jt nmst be constantly watch-
WUen freezing weather ' is'
ened, the familiar suction
is allowed to "run down," or
Halves hi' unprotected water
are closed. Jn "house, building
;immi goes, below - the point to
f. est" ever penetr,atesv to get a
foundation.' "Most pipes "also
to belaid below the frost line,
it, winter,is continually disin-
ing tho earth as with millions
Iu charges of dynamite. Water,
e it expands in freezing, tends
Sbak up everything into the cre-
>i which it penetrates. /'Below
osl line" has thus become in.
are a recognized'figure forse-
of foundations. ,' - ■
in called, to .see a patient', the
h'an at once takes out his clin-
Ihermometer. Placed under the
|ntan's tongue, il registers , the
temperature. ' This nature
aiiis'through' , the perspiration
Idi a delicate balance that the-
Ilion of a degree is signifl'cant.
Jssive changes in the tempera-
Lf| the body reveal much as "to
Bourse of a malady. -'
P,°Vr FaLith.
i w«lI>^slrongasou„iEjoutiy
and ours is so strong we guarantee a cure or refund money,
and we send you free trial bottle
■ if you write for it. SHILOII'S
costs 25 cents, and will cure Consumption, PneumonLi.Bronchilis
and all Lung Troubles.' Will
cure a Cough or Cold in a day,
and thus prevent serious results.'
It has been doing' these things,
for 50 years.
~mnrt|«-mi aij,.-^
has been l S°r Manitoba,
s not i *0"leWimt "tQffnant
£i£ o     S" \}y ^-ters,pricc,s
to cove,- com,-, been      needed
h«M tended t0 tfi °" May Sa3es *nd
Wy -spot ww ,P,"iCeS UP' Lat"
%  to  i/lC o*.1^1 hi1s    etched   from
troI ^ti;.diyj4e bdel-very-At th*
S.,C. Winxs & Co., Toronto, Cau.
,    rc>   Fo
half   of
Liverpool  „
dosed on Sat
business    values
3   hard
northern, 71^ in
T'bis  Gif
t   is    Meant    for  All—On
the Happiness   and   Usefulness ■
Life   Depend—Without  It -Life
An Existence Hard 'to Endi
ort 'Willi-iTn      ii-      /J-v2C, in
"Jiuam,   dehverv     firei
Ju«e.    No  buyers   mT    £11-
uyers  for     later
urday at 6s
"ack of 98
1    northern
5d.   '
Karl's Clover Root Tea cures Indlgeitlon
Patent  S2.15
Glenora.  S2
Without question the -best and
most effective springs in Canada for'
the cure of rheumatism, kidney or
liver, troubles.. The medicinal qualities of the water , are unequalled.
Splendid hotel accommodation ; fine
fishing and hunting. An ideal spot
for  tho Invalid. '  '
^d-XX-XTx.1 S&5Mar,itob\"si-70 I
GROUND    FPF-n- ^  j
ton,  S29;  barlS? r   at    Cho^J-    Per
SJ5.60;  oil cake   So'   °aVneal
w°^ $10 Per  ton?*
'. °ATS—There
f0'' outs for
fot is  tlrmer.      N0
I'ort  Will
Health is nature's choicest triff tn
r stf °",d •» «%Ylto
,,     "cait"   is   a  sure  siffn' that    thn
olood is either insufficient waterv or
cause.   Every  organ  of  the body, re-
J» bulk,  is now
and shorts S3 9.
shin.'Un*aCtive  d(-'mand
shipment and  the mar-
■    2     white    oats
•n car  Into PC''' busheI: ^To.   1
**.   Per  bushe°tS4^  ^ack'   ^nni-
V   to   42c;   r«^«' „**L± *°A  2  w»»"tC.
^'o'   oats,   fl?dfradc?'  '<8  to    HUc;'
•   "u-    At    country     points
Ic    for
that nature gives that all j
the blood should be cared for
gat/ve medicines will not do
is a tonic that- is
xs not well,
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oil-lands,' a  greater
There  are <in
square miles  of
area' than all the rest of the world's
oil-fields put to-gcther.
demand "for s! h,S ' been ■ tt Rood
kot is nrmS W^.™" the mar-
liffht     iv« -Supplies   are    verv
'ih.ni,.    He-cjuote 46   to An,,   r y
ff'-ades. and 42 t ,! 8c /or seefJ
car- Jo,s.  en  track   u"      °r  -feed-    in
"^7-?*ec«'Pts    are light,
ised in ordtnarJ
omes solid all
'i"0. It takes [
'2G    to    free/e j
WIRE   WOUNDS.   " '    '
liuurr, a rvery valuable one, was
cut    and    bruised     hy   being
it \o a wire fence.   Some of :the
i\t, wnuli] not'heal,   although I
I'nnziy tlirtt-rent'medicines.      Dr.
Jiu/i i.tctl me   to  use   AUNARU'S
p7.\T,    diluted   at • first, ..tlien
iw as the sores  began to  look
"'itil.  after  three weeks,   the
liavc'hea'led,' and l>ost of all the
is    growing , wellj  and,is  not
'is is most always uhe cose.in'
wounds. ".. '    '   ;     .
The Best'Medicine'in  the World For
, Children  of All Ages!
cure for ih-
stomach,  colic,   con
fly    passenger's     ori •  the   stage-
h    used'   to_ be injured for every
'nowadays by rail.
lore never wna, and never will   be.-.n
fersal panacea, in one remedy, for all nf-5
Ihich ilesli hj heir—the very'nature of
curatives being such that'wero  tlie
of other and dilTprenlly txiated  dis-
rooted in tho system of Iho patient—
[would relievo ono ill in turn would affile  tho  other.   Wo "have, however, in .-„.    .--
10 Wines, when obtainablo in a sound,  sent post paid at 25 cents'a
ilteratcd state, a remudr for many and   writing   direct
md ills.   By ltd gradual and judicious
e frailest systems aro led into conva-
|ce and fctroayUi by tho influence which
' ie oxertgon nature's own resioratives.
bvea tho drooping spirits of tlioso will
in chronic stato of morbid despoud-
Tid lack of interest in life is a diseaso,
7 Iranquiliziiifj the nerves, disposes to
laud refreshing sleep—imparts vipor
'iclou of   Iho blood, which, being
Bteo, courses throughout  the veins,
'hc&mg tho healthy animal functions
i system, thereby making-  activity a
£ry result, strengthening tho frame.
Tin<? lifu lo tho digestivo organs, which'
By demanej incrcapod substances—re-
KtotoI appelito. Northrop & Lyman.
ffttohnYo given to tho public tiieir
£ Quinine W ino at the usual ratev and.
; by tho opinion of  sci?nti.sh3,  Ihi-
PProaclics nearest p.->rfcciion of any ii
*A .11! Sw.i.<j....-.' ,L
Baby's   Own, Tablets are good  for
children of all ages from the
weakest    baby    to  the'   well
child,  and a.re a certain
digestion,   sour
stipation,   diarrhoea,    teething   troubles,   and   the   other   minor  ailments
of children.   There is no other medicine  acts   so  speedily,   so safely  and
so  surely  and  they contain not one
particle  of  the  opiates  found in  the
so-called  "soothing" medicines. Mrs
It.  M.   Ness,' Barrio,   Ont!', says :    "I
first  began   using  Baby's   Own  Tal>-
lels when my baby was teething.'Ue
was     feverish,     sleepless   anel   ■ very
cross.  and  suffered from indigestion
After  using the Tablets he began  to
get better almost' at once nnd slept'
bet.ter ami  was  no  longer cross.      1
think the  tablets a fine medicine for
children  nnd keep   them  on hand all
the   time.".  The  Tablets  are   readily
taken" by all children, and crushed to
a powder  can  be given  to the    very
youngest   baby   with   a   certainly    of
benefit.   .Sold   ,by   all    druggists, or
box by
to   the   Dr:  Williams'
Medicine  Co.,    Brockville,   Out.,     or
Schenectady, N.  Y.
track,  W
S2r;00: Per bushel "for" s
market-- is gi~''hi~h'"° .Iight' and the
-t ofTerin, to ^^J^T *"" ?
i onr rrw   i'•
^ in xiha^VhaCnr-are C°m"
se'ling at 75 cpm. •        a,"c'   »>««v
Pect/of lowdr"^ rfctrJr; -J^'l-os-
Turkoys are worth ii,^ U'eek'
»ve weight. , DuJL "% per 'Pound
not offer!no-. S aiid   Z0cs<--    are
now conunencintr
worth 18c personnel
more  time
and   t-hey   are
The  market >   is
Thirty.nine ,,sailing' ships are lost
yearly out of .every 1,000 British
sailing ships afloat; but of steamers
only 29  per 1,000.
MINABFS LINIMENT Lumberman's Friend.
The  coastline
is   only   J 7,004.
by 8,000 miles than
the Atlantic.   ,
of the. Pacific ocean
mileSj   wfcich  is   less
the coastline of
'ships possess
I'l.v other.
tlie name Slarv
;tlnMi8{iiid  four    hundred
i'lf.itlis occur yearly  from
■:«"! and Wales.
fi re
IfflHENT is used By Myslcians.
",ls    are     best    removed  by
•'   fb-dinary  soap strength-
Fagqkd Out.—Nouo but thoso who Imvo bo-
eomo fagpod out kaow what a dopro-sod. missr-
riblo fooliugr it is. A 1 strength Is pone, and
despondency has takon hold of tko sufferers.
They feel as ,thoush there i* nothing to livo for.
There, howevo. . is a care. Ono box of Parmo-
leo's VoKctablo fills will do wondorsin restoring health nnd strength. Mandroko and dandelion aro two of the articles entering into tiie
coniDosition of Parmeloe's PLLhs.
The white' poppy is the only poisonous variety. From the black poppy a sweet oil can bo prepared, and
used like olive oil.
BUTTERS Ci-eamery-Fresh
creamery  butter  ■'<■  ---
come in-, and is '
at' factory points.
BUTTEii-JJairy  receipts    are " be
coming  quite liberal,   £ pasture'   ?s
«ow gettlng gOQd .n tho CQu
the cows are giving more milk. Farmers    wives- have  also
now  to   make   butter
able  to   market   it.
weaker,   and 1   cent  below- its    level
dany _,„ tubs or rolls at 15c per lb
commission basis here, for, best quality. Inferior grades' rule lower ac-
cordrng to quality. The market is
completely  bare of old stock.
OlIEESB—Dealers are offering 111/,
cents for new Manitoba cheese delivered  in   Winnipeg-,
- EGGS—The market has declined an-
are paying lOVfcc per .dozen for fresh
case eggs,   delivered in  Winnipeg.
POTATOES-Farmers' loads delivered in  Winnipeg,  25c per bushel.
MtESSE-D MEATS—Beef is very
scarce, and has advanced .i/,c this'
week. Beef, city dressed, per "pound,
S to f)c; veal, 7y2 to 8Vi»c; mutton,'
10c; spring lambs, each §3.50 to
^4.50; hogs, per pound, 7% to 8Vic
-llieles—No. 1 city hides, iJi/-.c'' No.
o^c, No. 3. 4.y2. Kips and calf, the
same price as hides; deakins, 25 to
40c; shmks, 10 to 15c; horse-hides1,
50c to §1.
WOOL, i^ worth 6i/.c per pound for
Manitoba   unwashed fleece.
SKfECA BOOT—The market is ex-
pecteel to open at about 30c per
,,,.„. , ■-   needed,   and    n(.
.Williams' Pink Pjhs ha?e been
proved, the world over; to surpass
a 1 other medicines in their tonic
strengthening and healtl-renewn^
qualities. From one end of the T-,mi
to the other will be found gta ef"[
Z? tlJh°   chG^»y   acknowledge
t  is ^r ft OWV.hoir «°^ hcal'th to
this g ,eat medicine.   Among these is
touiJ,ZS:„-Ji0,"d°UX'    -   P'ornf^t
Que.    He   says :     "For   some   years
was a great sufferer from dyspepsia.
•My  appetite    became    irregular  and
everything I aie felt like a weight™
my stomach.      r tried several   re^ae-
dics and  was under the care of doc-
lors,    but  to  no  i.vail,   and , I «rrew
worse as   time went   on.   I became
very weak,  grew thin,  suffered much
110m pains in  the stomach and was
frequently seized with dizziness   One
day a friend told me of the case of a
young girl  who  had  suffered greatly
from this trouble,   but who, through
the use of   Dr. -Williams'  Pink JPills
had    fully regained     her    health and
strength, and strongly advised me to
try these pills.      l^as so eager to
find u cure that I. acted -on-his advice
and. procured  a supply.      From   the
very first my condition improved and
after using the pills  for  a couple of
months    J    was     fully     restored    to
health; alter having, been a constant
sufferer  for  four   years.    Jti'is    now
over a year.since I used  the pills',and
in that time I, have enjoyed the best
of health.   ,Tl)is T owe to that greatest  of  all   medicines,    Dr.    Williams'
Pink Pills,  and   [  shall  always have
a good word to say on their'behalf.'
Through  their  action on  tho blood
and, nerves, these   pills cure such  diseases as    Rheumatism,  Sciatica,    St.
Yitus"    Dance,   Indigestion,     Kidney
Trouble., Partial  Paralysis, etc.      Be
sure that   you get the genuine with
the   full   name   "Dr. , Williams',   Pink
Pills for Pale People" on 'every box.
If your dealer    does    not "keep  them
they   will    be  sent   post   paid   at  50
cents   a   box   or,, six   boxes,, for   §2.50
by addressing'the Dr. William's' Med-
icine.C'o..   Brockville.   Ont.
. . ii. ■ , no ono can afford
to nse wooden ones.   Light, and ypt strong enough to budJ
port a heavy man on the end while he swings wound tfirJ
circle without causing them to sag-.     They are neat in
appearance, will last alifetime. Will nofcsag nor get rickety
They are supplied with latches which aUow thernrtobeoDen-
that is law «0Mh in price for Se^t&p^u^
ROSS & ROSS, General Agents, Box  <W*„ Win-M-o"-.  Man.
may   not    appear again.
Your territory may be taken
Agents  wanted  everywhere.      Send
10c today for sample and terms.
A.  B. CAIL,
499  Main St.,' Winnipeg,  Man.
■■rieputntjon for durability established Eleven
years trial. Our severe frost has no ciTect- on it
Lew-are 01 American paper felting which cracks
m ouc climate. -
1.6Higgin5ave.,Wriinipeff.    - Solk AGEvr
tfoal 1/Slatp Agent.   Issuer of Marriage Licenses
would look happy, if all
cigar' smokers puffed   ■ '
The Duke or Northumberland, with
3 86,000 acres; is the largest landowner in England. In Ireland, Marquis Conyn'gham owns 156,000 acres.
In Wales Sir AVatkins WilliamsWynn's
estate covers 145,000 acres.
The lips of the human fingers can
perceive a weight of 3-40ths of a
grain., while the finger-nails do not
notice one weighing less than .15
For every time ' he fills, a .pipe of
medium size a' smoker blows 700
smoke-clouds. . If he smokes,' four
pipes a day for twenty years, he
blows  20,44.0,000 smoke-clouds.
You try one and you'll be happy.
'  That nice rosy flavor'does it
CURE for
.,    . " tion and all
throat and lung troubles* One dose gives.
relief. One bottle often cures. A FREE
BA6SPLE BOTTLE to every reader of this paper.
Pul-Mo is for sale by all druggists at
Pi.00 per large bottle—15 cents for small
Bize, or it may be ordered direct from
Kow's This?
jfor Ono Hnudrod Dolla
C.'.'..-i',flrri t-a. cannc
n   Were dO^i
blister clo^l
nl hy s.i.iwi
jw  he gi'iM
Ue n)CiinUEf
rs Howard 'or
Sitcnli (-•".' """*' Canno*1, he cured by
Ll ' '"^'uV&CO., Props., Toledo O.
"'i--i;rr.oJ    havo   known   F    J.
I ,>, ,  1    '". lo J'^arsj «n<i bolioTO him
"•;"•'',' a I" "iUl)usrTi(!h-<tr-an.sact.ionrf,
! it ;.';■';"'■,'° lo carr>' oar, uny obligate-.
,),''Yx'..W!|olosalivDm^a:ists. Toledo,
i r!1.T i:i^^ .&'.MAICVbf,:-Wh0l03Ul0.
■<Ak O
iiiipc-ln n«e
• v of AnicrW
M'd hy our *\
n, 11 u noi»|
llinWKT *M
y court veil'
solit.ilre ^
ne turiu'ii1"'
■ind. ..-II?"J
P" '> "l-ci-'.l,., blood and mucous Mirhices
rAC0^'Y'-.Pqr hoUlo.   Sold by
^•'"ily I'dU aro Uiobfjst.
this fii/1'
niiri wM
eiiaons iW
I liolil i
i.y frlen
8 ,"0"°ri 01
win* <|
deal ^ I
^^SA   To<><l»»omc   RevenR-e. '    ■'• ■
BWL',.'? HlFx of Charles II., the
l»f (rfcnl a "try. It was the custom
! fcC'tlomfen when they .drank a
.■"oalth,.-In-order-, thnt they
!«oUcr still'more honor, to de-
,n '° 8!,mo tImo--Bomo part-of
0.10 occasion Sir Charles "Sed-
18  bn.„g m n tavern and bad a
,,,' \ n"° nocktie on. whereupon
li s fnonds. to play him a trick,
lino0*. aitlloCa ccrtaln lfttly.
an.e time throwiiiK hl9 necktie
Ikewii    ,°ourso--s,r Charles had!
Km^!f'fbu,th(> got even, for not'
Iv 1,«1 * di"Inff WIth the same
?3.hc drank the health of a fair
fe% ordcrlnB a den
3fcS J&»u$£
ho liad. engrigtrd to be pre*
id ho-01'/  n   rerrnctory tooth
ul h^n troubling him.
® »»* obliged in'This"
E very-
manner to
\ Mllltnry Order In  Enierg-rncy.
Captain Verne M. Fioiivie, who raised
and commanded a company in 1111 Ohio
loximeiit in the Spanish-Airicric.-iti war.
told of a very unusual order hu heard
tfiven by an otlleer of 11 Missouri re^i
incut at Cfiiiiji.Mt'iulL1.
"The Missourinn's coinpany was coining down a hinddy road." said Captain
Houvie, "and presently they ciiiie to a
place, where only two abreast could
pass. Tiuv coin pa 113' was in a column
of fours, and the. problem of getting
them past puzzled their commander
■completely. The correct order, was
'Right,' hy twos.' After some liesita-
tion he shouted 'peremptorily:  .
'''Gee round that, puddle!*   ,
"The company had- evidently been
better drilled than 'their coiniiinndei\
for they broke into a column of.twos.'
When they had passed the water, (listened eagerly for the iioxtY-oinuiand.
After some delay  the 'officer shouted
sharply:, 1
" 'Twos   Inter   fours,   right   smart;
6lt'"* ___■'
The  teglfilnhve Wnr.
"But this bill should', have'been settled long ago," objected the tradesman.
"Well. suh. tie gimnnen's oul; cny
how. you cayn't expect a membiih of
congress to settle anything witlout a
lot of talkinV
VYaiter-How would you Mice to have
your steak, sir?
Frank Customer (who has boon uniting  twenty ■ minutes)'-Very
deed,  thank you. if it isn't
trouble.-Ei: change.
CAITJLE— Beef     cattle     continues
CATTLE— Fat     cattle     aro     still
scarce and   badly wanted in the local
market.'   The pasture, is getting  better    and   grass cattle   will   soon be
available.     .Reports   from   the     west
say   that   many   young   cattle     have
perished in  the recent storms  in Alberta,    but      that       otherwise     the
cattle    are     doing-    well *  and     getting     plenty     of    pasture.    Butchers
are      now      paying      a      full     5 Vic
for    best   animals,   and     from    that
down    to   .4*ie  for     inferior grades.
Stockcrs are going west in considerable numbers.     Yearlings a.re  worth
as high as $16 per head at point of
shipment.    Two-yoar-olds   are   bringing $20 to $122 per head.
SHEEP—About 5 to 5V£c per lb is
the  value off cars,   Winnipeg.
1 IOCS—Best packers' weights 6-');c
per pound off cars, Winnipeg. Other
grades bring proportionate prices.
MILCH COWS-v-,Cows are very
scarce, and good milkers readily
bring $-15 each in this malrket. As
most of the stock offerings aro poor,
they bring less money, the .rahg-e being from $v>5 to $45.
IfORSES—There is a good steady
demand for horses for both farm and
general use., and dealers lind nb; dilli-
culty. in disposing of; all they can secure. .The market is being hugoi.y
supplied from". Ontario.'. There are
some Montana horses selling. Prices
continue high. ,
Monstrous   Force   of Tornnuoes.
.Much has been said about electricity
as a  fact r for destructivehess in the
various   gyrating   storniclouds   known
as  cyclones. ■ drechoes  and   tornadoes.
In all of this  voluminous mass of so
called   scientific   opinions   and   deductions one fact seems to have been entirely  overlooked—viz,   the  almost  resistless   force  of   wind   when   moving
with  high  velocity.     When  tbe veloc-'
ity is but fifty miles an hour, the pres-'
sure of air in motion is equal to twelve
pounds to tiie square  foot,  and when
this velocity rises to a  hundred  miles
per hour its force rises to the equivalent
of 49.2 pounds to the square foot, the
augmentation  of   force   being  always
proportional to the square of the velocity.        /
lt needs no further elaboration or
amplification of this statement to convey to the intelligent reader au idea
of tho monstrous mechanical force
which such a rapid traveling- mass of
air must have, a power great enough
to tear down any structure that' has
yet been built by man or to uproot
whole forests of the largest trees now
growing on the surface of the earth.
Korsoi   (llmnelf.
She—My husband is a brute.   .
Friend—All men are brutes, my dear.
She Mine is simply abominable!- 1
asked liim if lie did not think you as
pretty, as 1, and he said  "Yes."
The Office Specialty Mfg. Co. ltd, Toromo
These Cabinet* save time and money.     An of-
. lico not complete without them.
P. 0. BOX 393, ' £. R. HAMBLY,
Winmpojf,' Man. Mg-r. Western Branch-
r'I.4,Pf?.p^ltion mado from Crude BEAUifONT,
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Greatest modical discovery of recent years.
YV fuie,aud speedy cure for all throat, bron-'
cma  and lung ureases, consumption in it3 ear-
ner stages, and rliauniHtism.
Large bottle propaid to any address on receipt
of one dollar.
Address, Beaumont Medical Company,
Hox :>G9, Boaumont, Texas, U. S. A
Black    teas    yield
41 per cent,  of their
to  water
31  to
The   best  ivory  comes   from  Zanzibar;  the next from Ceylon.
I In Australia, with one exception of
tho dingo, or wild dog, there is no
beast of prey.
Russia has more holidays than any
other     European     nation- 86  in  all
comes  next with  76.
The Flow of Milt
will he increased.
miicli.   in
too much
Queer Ilennty.
In New Holland the women cut them-
Helves with shells and, keeping the
wounds open a long time, form doer
scars in the flesh, which they deem
highly ornamental. Another singulni
mutilation is made among tlieiu. when
In infancy they take oft' the little fing"
of the left hand at the second ioint.
The If lute-Is  «Tery 0'.<1.
Th- (late Is very old 'n its origin h»t
the flute of today is.different frourihat
••if tiie 'ancients, it haa heen iniproved
upon 'from time to time, and the eld
peopit would j.-rohably fail to rccofrinzo
it now. The flageolet, which is ^^"u'-
what Bimilar. is credited to .Juvifmy.
Why, go to all the
trouble of keeping
-cows and get only
about half ihe/milk
they should produce.
:, The world's stock of silver is
worth 1,500 inillions sterling; gold
at 50 millions less:
Tho world- uses up in arts and
manufactures, about' forty million
dollars.' worth of gold in a year.
'Cast-iron, ' antimony, and bismuth
all oxpand when the cool.' Most
other substances contract with cold.
~»r««>rT ;'''' V■'• i-: ■ *«i ■
a£z^\av- ;;.'"y:'
strengthens tho digestion and invigorates the whole system so that
the nutriment is all drawn from the
rood. It takes just the same trouble to care for a cow when she
gives three quarts as when she
gives a pail. Dick's Blood Purifier
will pay-back, its cost with good
interest in a few weeks.
50 cents a package.
Ldemsng, Miles & Co., Agents,
Write for Book on Horses nnd Cattle free. .
Wfcnt'8  In   n   JVnmeT-.
"I became'very much, interested In a
chance companion on. a;railway.train,"
said a New York clergyman. "He was
plainly of Italian birthor extraction,
and so I remarked to him:
" 'Where were you-boru?'
"'In Genoa,' replied the young man.
" 'And w ha t is your tin me V*
'"PaU-ick Murphy.'"   Y
" 'How in the world did you get.that
name?* I'asked.Instinctively.   '
" 'I took it,' reiiliod the young man.
".'Why.did you choose such a name?'
" 'Because I wanted people to think I
was an American,' was.his reply."
iXco Grocer cannot supply write to
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Toronto, sending the,name and address
of your grocer, and a trial sample of
Sunlight Soap will  be  sent you  free
Ask for the Octagon Bar
W.-N-.   U.  No.  879.
London's newspapers use
200 tons  of. paper every
up about
Every, miiiute  there die o7
aiits   of    this     planet,   and
babies ..are born.
siu'cnt v
' When   n   sick 'man   nolices. .lhaf
wife fiirlM her luiir only Jusi !H■ •.»t-•-
doctor  <-on:c.s. be is not &;> U enou^i
be dangerous.'
The metal   which  has   the
reflective    properties    is    a.
composed  of copper 'A2 parts,   tin   1
parts,  brass, silver, uhtl arsenic e
.1 part. ■
great est
John Wanamaker., of Philadelphia,
holds the greatest amount In life
insurance policy held bv any individual., His total
gate §1,300,000.
insurances    agcrre-
evwMftM I  llfll  .1"     -I  ;',l-'".l  Cf.-  1  "!    ,���  u ,t.\    ���  Sa  ri ", .  ��� o\ ���-  m  ,i  ;   -  r '    ,'  '}     .  l    '  i.  )  1      ,  a  t  i'  l   '  ���i   >  c  '('  D  a  ' ii  r  >.  if  (   (  i  r  f  1  u  ���i  r  i  ,i  e  1  >1  e  '     51  m mm leader  >"�� ��� ��� -1" "<������M����!Hvniiiaiw  Tlie Fuvorito lAosa of Women.  A man looked in  &  photographer's j ^J>'  P iblished in the interest of the people  of'.Moyio and East Kootenay.  OT<ra��rTOa>ic��w��aai|| m| n mim  rwjiw'^''rrv;f*'3,,CT''*agm;ier'*-/IIHh''"IMI^"m'1  *". J. S.trVTTII & CO.,"  -  I'ubllshcrs.  I O. O. F.  show     case    yesterday , and Vw   20 I *^^>?^^   WUae:r lod'e No" 44  pictures of \'oung women, ^1 of whom i at    ��� -\r     i ���      ���     .,  ,    . , �� ' ^Jium   3j-ee[s every Monday evening m  their  were posed with   their   hands   behind \a- ��� 1T- ,    - ,      0.  ,,   .   .     ,       TT 3   ueJI,"u hall  on  Victoria .street.  , Soiournint  their backs.    He passed on wonderintr. Im i t-> n i- n   ���     -*.   i  ^ " "ullut-llli*" Odd lellows cordially invited.   ���  and came a   little   later   to   another I  BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.  *> je Year ; $2.00  SATURDAY, JUNE. 21, 1902.  3. MacEaciiekk.,  Noble Grand.  Frank Danuy,.  Secr'y..  It is estimated that   tlie   Boer    war-  has coai   Great   Britain    to   date,   in  show   case.    There   were   17   young  women here, and   12   of   these   in   a  third  case   nine   of   the   ten   young  women's photographs displayed   werejMoyie      Millers'     UlliOIl  in tlie same pose which he   had  noted '  twice before.  "Why," he said to himself, "do they  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  Boarding and Day school conducted  by the Sisters of Nelson, 3. C. AH  branches of elementary, business and  high  class education  taught by   tbe  sisters who liold [certificates from the  London Board " of Education and  Science Department, . Kensington,  England.    Apply to Sister Superior.  all pose that way nowadays?" And,  as  if in answer to his   question,  a young  round numbers, a billion dollars;   and jg'rl who stood beside him   looking  in \j0hs Blackbtuin  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  cordially invited to attend.  President.  P. T. Smyth,  Secretary,  allowing lhat'tho Boers, al the time of   t,ie ca3e> said to her companion:  their  greatest   strength,   had   35,000/     "It ia very wise to be   photographed  men in the field,   tiiey  have   inflicted I u'J'lil your bauds   behind your back, for  Upon the enemy a lose averaging nearly jthis P��se makes your shoulders appear  MoyiG Bo&Fd   Of   Trade  :?30,000 for each one of  their   number. I broad, your chest deep aud your  waist  AT THE  Pioneer = Hardware  . Store.  This   is   a   loss   to    stagger  pockets, if not humanity.  British  Spokesman-Beview:   None   of   the  persons to whom the Oregon   convicts  have   confessed    their   identity   have  shown a desire to earn    the $3000  re-  Ward offered for .their capture, dead or  aliVe.   Their   forbearanco  recalls  the  answer once given by a Missouri farmer lu tbe days when   the   Jamea. ai'nl  Youugor hoys had the run  of  a  largo  part of (hat   state.  ."Why,"   lie   wiies,  jiske,d by an eastern touriat, "don't you  farmers combine and earn the .$10,000  reward   offered 'for   these   outlaws?"  Tlie farmer reflected a minute, stroked  bis   board   meditatively    and    said:  supple and slim. Really, ic enhances  the beauty of the figure to a wonderful  extent."  "Amber" Plug Smoking Tobacco, is  winning on its merits.  "Have you tried it?"  Save tho tags they are valuable.  Meets on the first "Wednesday  evening of each month at,  8'o'clock sharp in the court  house. ; ,  ^ A. P. Macdonald, Pres.  Andrew Johnston,   Lewis Thomson,  I��-Tinsn��uniuB ana 'numbing,  Vice-Pres. '       Sec'v  You" will find a complete stock of general Hardware, Enamel and Tin ware,  Paints, Oils, Glass, etc,   '',  Kootenay Strain Laundry.  Wfdley Oline, of the,, Central hotel  barber shop, is now agent for the  Kooir-imy.SLeum Laundry at NcUon.  All laundry left in his charge will be  promptly as tended to. , L.tuu.Iry must  bo in before Tuesday evening,  cash in'advabce,  Terms,  .     5-2  I'. T.SMYTH, C.,K.  COURT MOTIE.  >'o.  -10G5   '  .Meets on the'Inst Tears  day of each mouth. Vis.  King brethcriT'Invited  tontteud. c  G, T. MeGREGOR, R. 8.  I MOYIE,  City   Shaving-   Parlor,  CJIANBBOOK.  THE ST. EUGENE MI >?h'G CO  THE MOYIE .LUMBER 00 ���  PARK, MITCHELL & CO.  ' EEID, CAMPBELL & CO.  MacEaCHERK AMACD0K-VLD  P. BURNS &  CO.  '  KOOTENAY HOTEL.  CENTRAL HOTEL:  MOYIE HOTEL.  THE LEADER OFFICE.  G.'H. MINER.  J. J. MURPHY.  P.D. HOPE,  J. P.EARRELL.   ',  &c., &c, &c:'        ' .  Insure With the*  ompanies.  iVg&^<&OEE&^^  ''Well; most of us would rather farm."  Ililloyun Hot Springs.  The, most complete health resort ou  , the-continent of North America.    Sit-  Moyie, though some  six  years  old, J ualed    mi(1^   Scenery   unrivalled   f0r  i l  I,,  , 1 A ���  is   still    without a  cemetery.    Committees have beeri   appointed   by   the  board of trade and the fraternal orders  for this purpose;   but  no definite   re-  t suits have   ever   been   accomplished.  '  Nearly all agree that the proper  place  for thc cemetery is on,a piece  of 'land'  ii short distance north of Park; Mitchell  & Co.'a ifiill; but as this land  belongs i  to private partie?; wlio do not wisli  to I  dispose of a portion of it; especially for  tliis purpose; il is difficult to  s'ectire  a  'site.    But die matter has been  hanging fire too-long.    Either   tlie   present  (jenietery aliould be cleared and put iu  iiroper condition for   the   bu'rvin"-   of  T( I       i    > ,v    i )      , i.     ,      ., * O   ,  i. U..    a i        1 i ' ���       .   . *. I       _  5 if?-6 t0^YP'^ dead; or a new  site  should  be secured,withoutjielay_.^  They uro Still There.  * * J   ��i * ��� ,  "I had a, lot of old mining stock   in  III'     . . ���     Y , s ,��  the house," said a Detfoiter who in-  vests in most 'anything to oblige a  friend, "and when I went west last fall  , 1 took alohg a list of them. One day  in a Nevada town I as>ked a real estate  man if he had ever heard of the Red  Bird mine, ^  ,   " 'Certainly���I used to own   half  of  il,' he replied.   ..      . ������   *  '"What bacame of it?'  " 'Well, it's the well in my back  yard today, aud a good che ic makes.  There w>is no extra charge for it when  ,1 bought the place. ' It's the only  $2,000,000 well in town.,'  ; " 'And what about (he Lone Tree  mine?'  ��� " The LDue Tree? Oh, that hole has  long been used to bury dead Chinamen  in. , Makes a $3,000,000 tomb for them  and the critters are-almost glad to die. I  1 " 'And th�� blue Hill mine?' I con.  ��� inued.    '    .  ', " 'The Blue Hill? Let me see? Why,  I believe some saloon keeper oyer at  the Hills is using it for a cellar. It  keeps lager beer cool the year round,  without ice. Makes a nice little culler  for a mihon dollars.'  " 'There is one moie. I want to ask  about the American Eatzlc mine. Perhaps you have heard of it?'  " 'You liave come-to the right man,  Sir. Tha t was my *i,000,000 pet mine.'  i't'f, sir, I helped to sink that shaft  myself, and it was honot work. , We  put it down at least siri feet while floating the stock.'  " 'Ever raise any ore?'  " 'Not an ounce.'  " 'And no dividends wero ever paid.'  ���"'Not a penny.'"  ���    " 'And what finally   became  of   the  mine?' |.  " 'It's right bac^t of-the livery etablc  Kjvor there, hlid   the  -man . keeps   his  -feed in it.    Tho oolcondn.   is   up   the  street and is used   fqr   a-dump,  while  the Npne-Such-is down the st'reet,\and  is used for,a town lockup.    Thev'Noh-  'pareil is over on that  hill; the  Mpnte  prislo just to the left . of -r that   grove,  and the.JBot'lom Dollar-������' .  '.   "But I had heard enough/' said  the  'iP.etroiter,  "and   I   came   home-  and  'traded all'my shares   for   a   rat   trap  ��jv';.t,h.>,i;tw.p  -doors,   and   made   a    big  ln'.ri?aia at that.-"���Detroit Free Press,"  sn-anduer.    THE   HALCYON    HOT  SPRINGd  Sanitirrium, Halcyon  Hot  springs; Airow Lake, B.   C.    Resident  physician and nurse,    Boating fishing  "and   excursions,     Telegraphic   communication   with   all   parts   of    the  world. , Two mails arrive and depart  daily.   Terms, $15 to   $18  per  week  according   to   residence   in  hotel or  villas,   Its baths ctlre all nervous rind  muscular diseases.   Its waters tieal kll  kidney;  liver and  stomach'   tfbub'les.  The baths arid waters are an'invaluable'  remedy for silver arid lead  poisoninc  Harvey    &   McCarter,  PORT STEELE, B.C  o  Hdrvey, McCarter & Alexander,  FERNIE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  WE9v  CENTRAL, HOTEL.  1 i  < ���        -i  CLIHJE, l'rop.  uniimiwiiiiiw iiiniim  W. P. aUJElD,  0  llAKfelaXKii, SOI.ICITOK, ETC.  OKASBIiOOffii .  Drug and Stationery Store.  i^r^_rif^*>-"r'5^1  Toilet Articles  4 ��- I        .   -  Office Stationery  r        ,J  School Supplies.  V. J  WHOLESALE ANiJ RETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS,  Fresh  and Cured Meats, Fresh   .  Fisb, Game ana Poultry.    We  supplyi only   the   best,     Your .  trade^solicited.  MARKETS  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and   Towns; in  British Columbia;  C.  Headquarters for East Kootenay  GRANBRodK:  Daily market prices' by   wire -'  from Spokane.  v *  Jtii    i^^^  ri  0  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accountant, Commission 'and  Insurance Agent.  BOOTS    ANfi    SfidiiS.  Repaired and Mkde.to Order,,  R. A.SMITH,      Moyie!  NEAR MAbEACHREN & MACDONALD3.  pfcesiss m$. i>mmi  WOti%Wo  Moyie,  B, C.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO' TO  i��j  -*-��^-  NELSON,  B. C  EAST KOOTENAY BOTTLING CO  CRANBROOK, B   6.  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.  Orders Solicited.  Soda. Water aiid Sypiiens.  SO   YEARS'*  W ��IXPEF5IEMCE  'mS  MERCHANT' TAILOR  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE? B: O  NELSON  ���FOR���  HEAVY TEAMING^  CHAS. P. CAMJPBELL,  Funeral Director  and      "       :       *  Emlbalmer.  Graduate of Champion College ol the  United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing * Office and  store, Aiken's block, hear Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly attended to.  B. C.  Cranbrook;  frlEDBR8TAJDTimMSTMRERl& CO.  Lager Beef* Porter aiid Bottled  Bier Always oii Hand.  Quality notrexcelied in the country.   Try it and]  be^ebnvinced.  Moa  Bagcaoej  ���A LSO���  Exi'ltJSSfl     AND,  Delivpjuy.?  Oenbkaj  May 26, S0i  June 29,  July % 3, 4.  From Rossland, Trail,  Nelson and Intermediate Points.  JOHJVSTOJV   BROS:  I hl^I^?,t^1 ls ^^ &nd well Furnished. Trie  Tables are Supplied with,the Best;the  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN .  imiTISIt.COLUMJUA  !  *   ZtdviE,  Farm for Sale.  A 3G0 acre farm three milco from  Moyio for sale, there is considerable  land cleared and it is well stocked  with hoga and poultry. For further  iuformalioh apply at this office.   <l-29.  %��A^  MOYTK,  0. F. 'Yi^auLnier  Trace Wsakks  Designs  Pcpy'niGMTs'fS'cc.  ���������fi-nyoflo sctl'dlhg a'-flkdt'ch sind dc-w.r;i!,l<Wiiia-v  iViyculion  pi<-!cly nsccrtnin "oH'r.opiuu.aTteo -vriefchfer i>n  -nycirtlon la prpbaWy.pnt&ifablO.-.' tviv.umitalra.  Uons Btootlr. cpnfldeiftt.il;; Tlsurjdbo'olroul'jitcnlB  Eont freo, OUJeat qaar.uy-ioc-^eeurjinr pi'Jfenf 8.  ���I'atBiita 'taken throujih 5/unti & Co IrccnlVi  special notice, withoist c^r.rce, in .g^'V^oi/e  .$$KMSlfseJliiierlcati.  A Imridanfnoly Illustrated weonly. Largest cir.  culatlon of wiy sclentute joiiruul Toi-Tn�� *i n  ��Hi'i".tS?r5,(Stb8,*L ��" dbyjtli nSwSrtpii^B0   & CQ.3G,Br0-^y. {jew Ynrf  Brunch Office. 625 F 8U ^eaiiinatt" Ac.  TO Minneapolis,  Chicago  Detroit  Toron to  TJontreal  $ M.5Q  0-1.50  77.00  ..89.30  ioo.no  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' A^e,    MOYIE  Corresponding reductions from al]  Kootenay points.; us.ual diverse roulos.  Meals and berth inclndcd oh Canadian  Pacific ItyV Lake steam'era.  .   Through bookingsi lo Europe  ���via. all Atlantic   iines.    Pro- !  paid,tickets, .froiii   all  points."-  at lowest rates.  For   Iiiites,  MaprfjTiiac  Card;,,,.Ticket* and!  Kull.information apply to Nearest local '  . Agent,   ,. '        J  G. liillier, Agent, Moyie. !  J. S CARTER,;    ' e. J. COYLE, j  JJisti Pass. Af/,U v'^'tGo.p���s    Agt ;  Kohson,-   '.   ��� ,     'Vauoovc-, I  |Old huntersisayl  (The MAR LI Ni.  i has so many things to com-1>--  nend ii.    Tho top of the f Z  action la filway��closed.theH-s  mecbanUm tha moat slm-f^"-  Plo, the flnlsh eleoant,thcly-  form attractive,   ft seems  to throw its bullets o ||tt!s  more occuralely and plant  a '"e"1 witlt e littic mOreforoe  ft than any other rifle.   For  gtfsertaksa 38-55 or 30-30.  for aZwj^l"" * 8*mln��to0'  Maoun Firs Ahms Co.  -�� 10 *-  ^sz~r,i  MK^MAVITM. CONN.  4r-  prices. Given  and   Orders  .ITAlton .cin;.'.'  EverySiiri|  tri the Friiiting5  Line at tiie  i  ���'- h��~��-  ir��� U>  now-


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