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The Moyie Leader Jun 27, 1908

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 &'���<'': ' ">-> -s  ���A |  *>.."'   -  J 1<i  JXAd/iX*^-  **"�����* ��  pyrt'  s   x j .' pf /*  /v"/S<  JjHBADQUAaTElM FOR  |SOUVENIRS  &H. WILSON; Jewclsr .  CRANBROOK.  m m  �����J^wt����*s?*^fe-3s^4jpBES  11 rrfit ��� ^ i ii ^*fiM**----i j-*-* &��***��  LYai-,*-, HI*,-"*     (Jl-T.KW  Z&gSg^    CUE GLASSES I>C   IT  VV. H. WILSON, Cpiiciaa  tY  rOL. II, NO 12.  MOYIE,'B.' G* JUNft 27. IMS.  S2A YEAR  >�����^  ISepare for the celebration ON .JULY'first,  ,   ' ' -' ��  We can fit the man out from boots to hat-  '" with the most up-to-date ��� trappings that -  - can He bought in any town or city in. B.JI/.'  " We will give TWENTY DOLLARS CASH to   *  . the >ii34aer,;ofi any First Prize (lady or gen- f  i'tle'niah) wboae attire on that day consists  'solely of goods bought'in'bur, store.   This  is your chaiice to be not- only well dressed   ,  '"<but"also to-Tnnjipuble,.money.     ;    /��� ' * ��� \  -���V   ,      ������'���**'     ..' <f*        f A *<'        W*  ' - -   _.' ...    -  r,      >  .'i       ,.,'      ���       , ���     ' FOlf QU.VLIXV,    '       ">        ", r,      , ,  |        GENERAL FLOAT'       $,  ���^y  '��� A  Catholic   church  built'at Creston. ���  is  to    be  Grover Cleveland was 71  years  of 'age at; the time- of  his ' death.  r\ ' '"i & ���i��� ���*  ���  The return fare to- Cre'ston for  Dominion Day will be $1.75.  .TheGnggeulieims have invested  eleven  millions of - dollars   in the  Yukon. -6    ,   '.    ,-  Fred Small has been 'appointed  'deputy custom's officer at Kings-  gate,   . ,  'X  eady' for  11     i  Celebration  iv Nelson, will have" a new public  school, costing $00,000. *lb"wiiro"9  built at once.       '  P'  <*���       ,    ,  -.j .       ''A1.-  To6aeco:s,:, .Coafectipiiery  'f      *��� *��� J    , ft"" '       c' "       ��� * * ���*     - -P "f '      "��� ^     ' ^    ft  '���'.!VrUIT'AeTO;y;^  A'* '  Y ���v^'MOYTE-  1 <" I      t.    ii  :B'egtte''-&riE  i:' -iFire .Life, and Aooideiit Insurance.  ".'.;  1 -'-������������. r-Y*.-"Y-*->. ' 'YM0YIE;B.^C.  L Office  ::vfi;6ur"YiRreser^ed,' Fruity ^P-p  mvist Sie1 done' by- this time -but dbnt. fret ; ��� ' \  abo.ut that;f;Try some Jjynn\ valley .canned ��� s.   . ,  fruitsvof'all -'kinds. * x f. -'.    - ^ '  .' '    ; -,      '"':  rAT.*'-     iv ."���'    ' ' >'"        ,*:  i>.  po^ Cq^Opefatiye-Xssdc^      Ltcl  '    Somd> people wiil'tfy top^uade- you that Co-  Operation means-higher prices.   ���.  :-���  '   We  arV handling Co-Operative   fruif. growers ,  ; -STRAWBERRIES      ;     /  ^  ��� '   r     t        - today's   prices  2 Baskets for 35 ."cents.        , ,,  and Will go-lower, g'et our price for crates for , pre-,  ^serving. * Quality is at the top.      , '       - .y  ' Terms  OasK    -Deposit Accounts Opened  ..FARRELL'   BLOCK'  The ' award ofv the Chinese  'claims for-the riot ; damages' ia"  ^Vancouver totals $25,990.      -_'  /  '   J l ,  v ; '     . "* . r.  . - Dan Johu**oa' is  building'' three  ' v* r       -1 '    V- r      -I  eotfcage3 and a big boarding house,  for the ,0. R. R, at rCro\VvS  Nest.  The rate from,Moyie to Calgary  during the fair will be $7.35.  The fair*willc*run"frdm' June 29th  to July, 9 tb. -   j    ,!   ��� i  ', John Moe^ district O, J?a R. passenger agent at'Nelson .has been  transferred  ,to   iVancouvei'   and  will take his departure at the -and  - , l      t   -* *  of,the month.-     ,,    . ;  Good Show .and1 Dance.  There   was  another 'gdod~ picture show  aud dance  in  Morley  "        i       j.    ��� u-  hall,last niglit.'- The moving, pic-  fcures'were well up  to   the usual  high-standard of excellency as oh  former occasions",  and moreYpeo-'  pie than .usital remained'over,-'for  Hio. 'r-iinn*.     11.'"    McHeni'y tlhas  Never were the donation^ for a  Dominion I>u.y eel��bfation , , in  Moyio . so ' liberal as this' year.  Almost every workinp" man in the  camp has contributed, and tho  Consolidated^ '. Company came  through wi'tli S100 in cash'besides  A    iai  the donation of both lumber and  labor. In all the amount raised  will be close to 5900. >    ' ''  Good weather i<3 now all that ii  required to iusureavbig day. The  grounds are easily reached, being  only- tWo^niile-J from town, and  j.ou can,take your'choice of goiDg  by either land or  -water. .There  * !   ' ' '  will be refreshment booths, whero  all the wants* of the inner man  will be supplied. ,The - ladie's/aids  of the isrethoclisb and Presbyter-  ian churches-will, serve Xmeal?, so  that .those* who wish can get both,  their dinners1 and suppers on the  grounds? "The price ' of % ,these  meals will bp 50 cents.- ,-,,.  , Besides the money prizes -there  is' the Kerrigan ' cup and' three'  pieces of valuable jawelry given  by'W.'E Wifaoa to be  contested  - 1 i   - ,     1 ���  for.     -i       ���  Thor celebration, -,will * start  in  the morning, so get there parly.  , Hope and wife of Creston  'through' Movie   Wednes-  '    Lead"Bounty. Extension.  ��     .'   , *f   1       ���     1 ,      - > .  '   ,, 'C,',"v   v   ���   "       ,"   '   A    .  ,-     ��� 1  ' ���*��' ; <%*���,��� _        .: -  "* v   1   -{   ,     ' ,       "    . , ,  - , Thejirstreading'of the bill ou  tlfe bonussing of, the lead iudus-  try has'passed the house1 at Ottawa -'without debate. .'.The sec-  and and; third, readings   are vir-  ^ * ^     *>v^J?        *.-J   i .<   - '      *  tually ju^fo -a' matter - of form.  The'leadfbounty- is ,,nb*vr payable,  on -lead Hip "to-'"the -tinie it has  reached'\-��lS onvthe' Londonj.mar-  K^SS^S^S  ;.     ' MOYIE'S   LEADING 4 HOTEL. , '     g"  Hotel Kootenay -J  Jhe best of accommodations |  for ihe Traveling Public.    . ,   |  Largo and Commodious Sample Booms.  Billiard Eooms.  MoTAVISH &CAMERON Proprietors. 4  y is  ���  .BRANDL  v.BXO>^  TORONTO  X-4��' Jt%.t  tliat 90 per cent of the travellers are wearing  20 CENTURY BRAND  Clothing?   Ask  THE    FURNISHER.  rit^toLst^stz. -*��� ��& -,"-*^*' aftr rfr-rfr-s-Ji: iJzj4r-rfti��i- -tz -\'.*z..-   v^_-rf/_rfzjSi 'v^ *p  ImpsriaS Bank of Canad   $10,000,000.   1,925,000.  .  1,025.000.  Capital   Authorized   Capital paid  up���  Rest   Savings bank  department.  ^Interestallowed on deposits from .date   of   deposits   and  |9Bljcred-ited quarterly.  " '^RANBROOK BRANCH..  in|^"���' >    J, F. M   PINKHAM, Manager.  ftai-M-*  3  I  fv  t  mm.-  (pTfnzs-syr ^r-zjs-j,--��   /jripr-^-/^ .-v-v^ ^^-zprzfr jA.  the" 'dance-.   -Air  given up thej'mahagementvOf-r,'thi3  show temporarily,'and willj.leave  tomorrow* for   Phoenix.    P.  W. i-Kefc>"a luoS ton,';instoad of ��16. as  Reeves of Cranbrook  will succeed,!"16 .Present.    Not only  this,, but  there is a further' cjnce33ioti by  the 'Government-.    In   1003 when  him in the managemant of the enterprise. Mr. ]Mc��Ienry will ro-  main fn the Bouticlry district until next fall, when he intends ��� returning with a four peice orchestra and wil! -play in Moyie, Cranbrook and other' East Kootenay  towns. McHeury has ��� won a  warm spot in the hearts of the  people of Moyie, aud they regret  very much to see him leave even  for tho few inouths that ho 'will  bo away. He and his trap drummer, "Billy" Sivayne, havo furnished the best dauce music -ever  heard in this part of the country,  and both ante all round good fellows.  Lhiffy-Serrick   Wedding.  Wm. G. Serrick and Miss Catherine" Duffy, both of Moyie, wore  married at the hospital chapel at  Craubrook Tuesday morning by  the Rev. Father Choiuel. Miss  Margaret Kennedy wa3 bridesmaid aud Thos. E. Kelly grooms-1  man. The happy couple left the  same day for Spokane, and they  will in a short timo go to California. They may decide later to  return to Moyie and take up their  residence lwre.  Repairing Wagon Roads.  A gang of ten men aro working  on the government roads in tho  vicinity of Moyio. The road between Cranbrook aud hero is now  in fairly good shape. Cou*-idor-  able work is planned as far south  of town as the Batsman ranch.  Changeable   Weather.  Last Sunday, June 21st, called  summer solstico, was cold and felt  more like the vernal cc-uinox than  the Grst day of summer; while ou  Wednesday and Thursday tho  weather was warm and on Friday cold  and  damp.  .    School Closing.  The closing exercises of the senior and "junior divisions of the  Moyio School "will be held oh  Tuosday forenoou, June 30 th.  the bonus on the production of  load was flrst granted, 9500,000 a  year .was given for Ave years.  That is to say.jthat the dominion  government .ivasjy prepared to  spend in tlie five years $2,500,000.  Now, by r*eason of [various eauess  that sum of money was not exu  pended. There still remains  about. $1,750,000.' oThat money  by oue of the clauses of the bill  which has just passing its flrst  reading, will i be placed to ' the  credit of the bonus.   That is  to  1  say that there is available during  the next Ave years not only $500,-  000 a year but also tho * unexpended sum of a- million and  three-quarter dollars. ,.  But as the lead bounty will bo  paid on lead up to a value of '.��lS  tliere will bo moro money ex  pendod in bonus3ing The bonu3  is really larger and for tho same  output thero will be a greater  expenditure  The Crow's Nest.   .  Tho origin of tbo name of tbo  pass through which tbe Kootenay  branch of the Canadian Pacific  Railway system takes its course  is commonly supposed to bo connected with tho laying and hutching receptacle of a woll know bird  of sablo hue. However bad tho  discovery may be to thc cartoonist  it is only in the eau-*o of truth to  say that tho eastern ideas on tho  point aro far aatray. As with the  majority of western naruos the  "Crows X-Jst Pass" is a translation of the Indian name applied to  to tho pass before tho white mans  day. The derivation of tho name  as given by tho redskin medicine  man is that a large party of Crow  Indians took refuge in tho pass  when pursued by their enimios,  the Blackfoot, who came upon  them in their "nest" and slaughtered them to a man. Ilonco tho  "Crow's Nest."  ��������� ;  POR SALE���Fresh milch ' cows  For particulars write to  MORGAN LONG, '������"  Pincher Creek Altft.  ^-**-5d5-ji-it-5J-5->-*S-5$355a5-*>>55*3^  J        LOCAL AS3A YS | H  ���sj 2*5:5-��3*5&-5*e-$*55= 5-5-25-3--5-2--5S-5K  H  R. Campbell was in Cranbru-A j|  Monda3V ' J a  Ben Evans returned fiom Spok-, 13  fine Monday. , - ���       ��� Jk  Miss Walker returned toQ Cran-  0  brook Thursday. ���  Mrs.   Y.  J.   Campbell   is 'home  v if 1  from her visit to Seattle, ''  Albert Pitmau'  has moved  to!  Belliug.bam, Wash. ir-  ; ���* 1 , V  Creston strawberries  are   now  on the mai'kefc. '   '   A ���  t  vChas. O'Neill left yesterday'for  'Vancouver, whero  be will go into  the real estate business., .  i.  o The Aurora Mining 'and Milling  company havo opened, an office ini  the "Drewry    building., on    south  L < ������.*'������  Victoria stteet. .-,  ,1 Of, ? r  . Mrs. U. A, Foote is home from  hor 'visit with -relatives in ^and  near, Toronto.' "���-���<.     r        - ���  Jack MoTavi.--ll ,andr wifo are  spending a'few   day's' at  I3!air-  f ff v -* -  more.  .1.. . <  , , A bowling alley is soon to ( be  erected on the lot near the Cosmopolitan' ''hotel. _  / Sirs. J. P. Farrell *. wa- in1 Cranbrook ' Tuesday attending the  Duffy-Serrick wedding.  P. D  passed 'through  Moyie  day on their way to Mjirysville.''  1 I , <  1  j James Grant lef6 Thursday for  histoid home in eastern .Ontario,  where he wiJlremainfor a month  - v     , , ,r-  or two.   > , r  1 ' l v  ���> A prospecting boom has struck  Moyio. During ,the past week  several claims were located, along  the upper Moyio 1 -lake.. -*'. '  YAi sidewalk is* to be, built on .the  west side of Victoria 'streec from  P. Burns' meat .market to, .tho  Cdsmopolitan hotel.*   ' '  r  Dr. Coffin returned from Spokane ' Wednesday ' evening. ' Dr.  Gladwin, who was lookiag after"  his practice, hasj*pturned to Fer"  nie. ,   ��� - v ��� r     *- *  'Ottis IXarrebt, a pumpman at  the St.1 Eugone, was injured last  Monday by a rock falling on his  chest. He will soon be able to rc'h  turn to   work. -  There is' a bunch of hoodlum  kids iu Moyie who shonld be look]  ed after by, their parents, other  wise it may some day be necessary for the police to take them in  hand,  Mrs. "W. L. Lucas received  word last Sunday that her  mother who is living at McCoy.  Colorado, was soriously ill and  noc expected to live. Mrs. Lucas  left Sunday night for that, place.  Bev. J. U. Wright and sou left  Thursday for their home at Kol-  owna. For the past month Mr.  Wright "was pastor of tho Methodist church here, Ailing the position temporarily. A minister  from Kimborley will havo charge  of tho seivice at tho Methodist  church tomorrow.  TWO ROOMS���To lob, Furnished. Apply to Mrs. Robt.  Robertson, Campbell street.  FOR SALK���A good bicycle apply to Mr. S. Modi iv Moyie,  !l'C"--^r'?t2'?',*r'^-^*'r*'-*;r^"*- ~miK-ir<*',  Wo ^iv-s below our prices 011 a  few lei.dir.  dry and Toilet Sup.] b:  ''  7 bara Kootpnaj- Quern soaji, 25 c  O-^.  !l-  Golden'West in cartoons, 25 c  25  e  25  c  2b  t  25  e  -1  e  2.5  c  2.5'c  25  c  50  c  5    ".Eclipse. " -'   ���  5  .,'* llbyul Ciown " '     4*  5   " White Swan "  1..   " Satilliht       - '   , '   '  . 3 '" Fob N.-plrh-t,  2.c(ikts  Poet'ri Mei-h-uiics ,,  3      "    Golden ^Vett Tar  3 -' " 'ijeirou'd  Cast eel    ,  '  ;. 3      ������     Pears   UxiscentLd  ', These arti not special prices, but aro  iho-56   quoted  every .day to t\\\ our cmstott^ers.    You- may search  the market as.close a? you wish���j'ouwill   find  no  ; belter,values than, tlie?e.(   The, sanies may be', said  . of pur stock all IhVway through.'' A dpiJar s.ivc-d  ��� on a'��20 puroliabb is an immediate rjjtu4-n,of #1; or  5 per'cent 011 youa  money.. Wo  c'ari  easily ,sa-.p  -you", thai'amount'^ Give us your 'Ui:ly   'orders  a;i'd'  we will proye it to Vou.   '���    <���    - -'      ," -.      ,,'  "',MacEachei:n & 'Macdoiiald-  Electoral  District  of  Cranbrook.  , v r �����  '  Notice is' hsroby gi'-'en that  Sitting-, of the- above. Court will  be held at tho Government B.vild-  iiig,',Cranbrook, foe tbe, ^disposal  f cases every Wedaesdiy/at two .  o'clock P. ?-L: a,fc Moyie e-rery %.ic-  urday at tho same hour; and at  Marysville, Fort' Steele and Warner on such daj^s and dates as  may be appointed air the proceedings. , __ ~  AU debts_ aiid demands .not exceeding, S100' can'be' sned'for and  recovered in the1 above "menUofi-  New Yokx���Bar silver! 5i c-U*f  Laid $1.75. _ , Copp'ei,i3 C-.3.  Losdos���Lead, Ci2, 12s 'Gd ' r  Stcle Black Diamonds  .vV*-.^-1  ,. tA .y  ���v *A.i'%  - '*-��*  t'\fA-lk  \X$\  ���m  ���vork-shep   of   the Diamond D. ill-     ' .*;.^,Y||  Compaaya't Rossland" early' Sun- ���1'^y��''|B  day morning./ Workmen fastened';' ''^fft/^M  xhe door" of 'the' shop Saturday ?-"}$$$,  night',  but' failed   to" place   tl.e-     r'$M$  diam'ondsuin  the safe.', On  thou.;,  return to the,shop Sunday, 'ninrn '"  ed Court on Summons and Judg- Jing tlj6 door ^as foan,l unlocked  nient; G^rniahce (either befoieor, the key having been-taken from  after  Judgment)    or on Tustall  ment Order wbich can be enforced  by committment if necessary.     ,  Instructions for proceedings can  be handed in to tho�� undermentioned Clerks o�� ihe Court,   viz:-  F.  BY   Morris, .'Deputy Sheriff,  Craubrook.  P.    G.  R-mtb,   Provincial Con*  stable,   Moyio,  or   to  Joseph Walbh,' Provincial   Con"  stable, Fort Steele.  Dated this 22ad day of Juno.lOOS.  By Ordar.'  JOSEPH KYAX, Magistraf e.  its hiding i^laco. It is 'belicved*.  the robbery was perpetrated by  persons familiar with the surround ing-;. ���  .   A*?;m%  *,1U;B  . -.is. �����'���*..  Jl-'A.Ri  X. Sft  t -j* ' 1'  ,   -?���*<*''*  .l"t.    1  ���-.W li  Ai Prince Rupert.  Pi-ince Rupert is growing.    Today it has 50 places  of   business.   ���  On  January   1st last  it had   12,  Within a mouth it will have hotet  and lodging-house accommoiUlioii.  for 1,000 people.   Pi ices of  merchandise aro reasonable, and will  probably average about the  same t  as are charged at Vancouver.  - ���*���,. j  .' 'A  -ll1-T  i*1 *> )  ���vL-  ll1  ���ft "I  il-  ,/ li  ionic  Three New  Houses.  A. Cviuioron is putting up a two  storey residence ou a lob which  ho purchased receutly on Govern--  ment&troet,    Tt will be 2?.s:21.  Geo. J"). Garden's uew residenco  will be 21x20 feet iu si-/.*i.  K. D. Stinsou is building a uew  rcsidonco iu tho Lake Shoro addition.    It will bo 2-1x30,  AT ALDRIDGE NEAR  /  :xx\\  n  �� 1*1  .���<.' ,,  bX f  X'X  .1'..  xx >  ' '>  Lectured ou I. W. W.  Children's pport?, ('V.lc-lornnn sports Aquatic ��port*?.  Football iiKitoh. CRANBROOK \s. AIOYIL*. fur tlio Kcrrijran  cliallengo cup and mi-dul.-., Target --liooliii", Ladies' races.  BASEBALL���red hot game. Cal-'liinc the greasy pig, winner to take tho pig.  Celebration will ho held on tho ALDRIDGE PICNIC  GROUNDS,    Kefre^hincuts on the around-?.  D. Burgess of Seattlo lectured  in McGregor hall last Sunday  afternoon in the interests of the  Industrial .'��� Workers of. the  World. The M oyio members of  the organization are to be reorganized.  FINE DANCING  JY-.YJLLI3N ON  QR0UNDS.  Fer  ailV.  Attendance.  j.  A.-MACDON'ALD, Chairman.  rmOS.;Ev KELLY, Secretary,  .:;^**,A:K,.  AAaA: ' - A '
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"One thing- at a time, friend.   Any,
way,  there   is' more air   in the  yard'
than in here, and when tbe'window i«
clear wc.sli.-lll soon plan out the rest."-
Tlie two  comrades did 'not dare to
do any -work during the day for fear
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"V.y tluiudfi-:" said, he. "There's
some cie worLiuu on the ot'ier side!-'
Tliey both sio'-J 1,-teu.ii'/. Thert*
weie the thud of h iniuier.-*. tbeY-t*-piug
of a -yir and i!j«* (J.uter of wood from
the oi1k-t Ride ol lhe wall.
••Wh.it can uit-y he doiug? Can you
nee tjieni':" ,
'•'1 llcy are too ueir the wall."
"I think I can rc-iuage." sal<3 De Cali-
I nat. -'I am slighter than you." lie
pualipd his head and uec-k and half of
l one shoulder through the sa\i between
the b.'ii*-;, and lljt*ri- he r"-rn"rrf""*r"?d
his fri.-nd lhnug'.it that j-c-ihap-3 lie had
stii'-k and pulled l.is leg'* to extricate
him. Hi* Awithed back, haw ever, without any difficulty.
"They   are,, building  soinetliipg,"  be
■wliiM-ored. '- '"
••y*.-s:    There are four of'ihom, with
a lantern.,"
•;,Wbat can ihey be building, then?"'
"It's a s-lied. I think.    I can see four
sockets  in   the  ground,   and   they aro
fixin',' four upri^hts'-into uiem."
""Well.' we cairt get away'as long,as
there arc four men just under our window." •>       ,^
"lint we may as well finish our work
for all that." T '
The* gentle scrapings of bis iron were
drowned amid thenioise which swelled
ever louder from ,without. The bar
loos-.-iiCd at the end, and he drew It, In..
Tlio .".toady haniiuering and sawing
went forward. ' It was early morning,
and (he first'cold Jight was beginning
lo steal over the coimyurd before the'
work was at lust finished and tlie work-.
m,.-:i bad left. Then'at last the,prisoners dared to climb up and to seo wh-it
It w*.is which lind boon constructed during tli'i.* night. It gave thorn a catch pf
the  breath  as they  looked at it;-   It
•CV A- ..'.-»;■..'•■.■.
. :|...'..'...r'.A..... -"*..
t -*?(■*' v -.-'-■ .*.''  '. .*;*:
JJc sprang doivn at him In an nt&taiit
, t with his bar.
<-. they should be surprised by the jailer
or observed from without. Tho instant
Yhat uig-ht fell (hoy were both up upon
'the pegs, giinding away at the bard
stone and tugging at the bars. It was
a rainy night, and there was a sharp-
thunderstorm, but they could see very
well,'while the shadow'of the arched
window prevented their being seen.
Before midnight thoy had loosened ou»
bar, and the other was just beginning
to give when some slight 'noise made
thorn turn their heads, and there was
their jailer standing, open mouthed, in
tho middle of the cell, staring up at
It was De Catinat wlio observed him
first, and he •"•prang down at him in
an instant with his bar, but at his
movement the man rushed for tiio door'
and drew it after him just as tbo
American's tool whizzed past his ear
and dowji the passage. '   .
"It ib scarce worth while to go on,"
Bind Do Catinat.
"We may as well be doing that a»
anythi.-i-r else. If my picker had been
an Ini-li Ir."--*i* Td have had liiin. Woll
tnaybo he'll get a stroke or break his"
lock down those stairs. I've nothing
lo work with now. but a few rubs with
•our I..ix "ill (iuish the Job. Ah, dear,
j'oii an- j mhi. and wa ate fairly treed!"
.\ giiMl li.-il h.uJ bos-m. lo ring la the
rl.atiMu -JiinJ thru* «-is a loud, buz-* of
i oii es aim a ciaUcr of foot upon tbe
stoiu-s UoarssO orders wore slu-uted,
and then* w.t- tho sound of turning
keys r*ve minutes passed, however,
dud y.'t another tho minutes, without
any one appesi'iug
"Well,   VV. hiiM.*  that  bar out,  after
all.'" -j-ii.1  th.*. Ajij..|-(-.iii at !.i*,t. ri---ir.tr
ud    s.eiipinK    t)M-r   (<j    thfl    window.
;i\how  w.-'IJ j..* *,\li,*jt all t.'n-v eater
bliiis.- I*, ahout."    If.* c-liii)|.i>.j uj) on
jpogs us ho tpoivO a ml peeped out.      J
.'oiiie up!" lu  ti'.-d  oi..>t<>lll\  io his
coiiu.ul<*.      "Thev "m-   frot   .some   other
game going on here, and  they aie all
a deal tou busy to bolhor their heads
about u.s."
De Catinat chirnbeie-I up bc-ule hiD),
rnd the two stood staring down into
the courtyard. A-'brazier had been lit
at each corner, and tho place was
thronged with dk-ii,'many of whom
.carried■ torches. ' Thu main gr.-tte was.
open, and a Carriage, which had.apparently just driven in, was .standing at
a small door iu-aiediately in front of,
their   window.      A   man   wearing   a
was a scaffold. ; It'was buttressed up
against  their wail,  and  in  the center'
stood a headsman's block.       ,' ,
"I think it is time' that we ioft," said
Amos Green1. '"The Window is clear.
Lot us make, a .rush for it."'' -,    ,
■ "It ns useless.    I  can  seo-a  line of"
.nrmed men'along {he farther side of
the yard/   And hero come more.    See,
nt the center gate."" c   �� •><
As ,he spoke  the  door   which "faced
them opened, and a singular procession
filed out.    If>irst came two dozen foot-
,men.   walking   in   pairs,   all   carrying
'halberds and chid ,in the same maroon
colored  liveries.    After  them  si  huge
■bearded   man. with  his tunic off and
the s'eeves  of his, coarse shirt rolled
up over liis elbows, strode along with
a great ax over his loft shoulder.,* Eo-
hind him, a ruiest'Nvit.i an open missal
pattered i forth   prayers,   aud   in   hid
shadow1. was a woman, clad in  black,
her   neck. bared,   and   a   black   shawl
cast  over  her head, and   drooping  In
front of'her bowed  face. . Within grip
vo'f her walked a tall, thin, fierce1 faced
man,   with   harsh  red   features   and  a
groatYjulting  nose.     He   wore   a   flat
velvet cap with a single eagle feather
fastened into "it by  a diamond  clasp.'
which, gleamed'in , the  morning   light/
Iiut  bright  as was  bis gem  his dark
eyes, were brighter' still and 'sparkled
from   under  his, oushy  brows  with  a
mad   brilliancy .,which" bore   with   it-
something of menace and of terror.
1   The 'woman had faltered at'the foot.
;0ft the scaffold.--but tho man thrust her
.on. and  two of. the .followers caught
her by  either wrist and 'dragged  horl
forward.''        '
"Oh.       Maurice!       Maurice!" ,    she
screamed.    "I am not fit to die!    Oh.
forgive me,   Maurice,  as you hope for
forgiveness  yourself!     Maurice!   Man
rice.1"    Sho strove to get toward him
to clutch  at  his .wrist, at   his' sleeve
out   ho   stood   with   bis   hand   on   hi
.-sword, -razi'ig at hor with a face whicl
•f'l" all   wroutlK-d and coiilor*"od  wil
merriment.      Sho    turned    away    ar
throw,  back    the-  nianMo-- which    h.
shrouded  hoi-  ft'iuuos X
"Ah, ilif.X' fiho cried.. "Sire!   If yon
could see me now!"'
And at (he cry and at tho sight of
that fair pale face De Catinat, looking
down from the window, was stricken
a.5 though by a dviirger, for there, standing beside the headsman's block, was
s,he -who had boon the most powerful,
'lis well as the wittiest and the fairest,
of the .women of France—none other
than Franeoise do Montespan, so lately
the favorite of tho king.
tho Marqul-a ue '"iiarmaninre. liontems
and Mile. Nauon.
Tbo   torches   shed   a   strong  yellow j
li;:ht upou th!-* siu-tll band as they ad- j
ranee.!   slowly   through   ths  corridor-; ;
and salons, whirl* led io tho chapel.   A
minute Imer Uicy wore bof-jio thr* altar, and  the  word*,   wore  being   read
which   should   bind   Them   forever   together.    As  they  turned  away airaln.
her uew ring blar/iu;? 'upon  hor finger,
there  was  a   hu**z   of   congratulation
axound her.    The klnt; only said noth-
Ing. but ho looked at hor, and sho had
~iio' wir-iTThat he should say more. " She
-wns still calm and pale, but the blood
throbbed In hot* temples.   >
But a sudden shadow had fallen
across her, and a low voico wa-- in
her ear. "Kemomber your promise lo
tho church,", it whispered. She **tart-
od and turned to seo the pale, eager
face of the .Tosuit beside hor. '^
' "Your- hand has turned, cold, Franeoise,"'said Louis. "Lot us go, dearest. We have been too !oug In this
dismal church.",
Mme. ,de Montespan' had Wtired  to
rest, easy in hor mind, after veoc-iving
the  message   from   hor 'brother.    Sho
know Louis as few others know him.
and she was *,yc!l aware of that ob-L
stlnaoy In trifles which was one of h's
characteristics.     If,  ho   lyid   said   thai
| lie would bo married by the aichbl>h-
j op,   then   tho iin-hlij.-.h^p   it   must   be.
'Tonight  at Joust   ihei-c*  should   bo   no.
ma triage. ' ,.
Sho dressed herself will) ear** in thc
morning.' No news had come to hor of
tho gro.il event,.of (Tie previous ni>rht,
although the court already rang with
it, for* her Iiijiigltiiac-s and'hoi* bitter
tongue had loft her wi'lbout-.a frjend
or intimate. She rose, therefore,, iu tlie
best of spirits.      ' '      '      '   ,
-        (lo   be ' Continued.) "   ,.0
Cloudy  or  miih*.   tnm**-
Frequirfil dot-lie (j  uii'Mte.
Scautv  and Jugh-oi-ioieil  uime.
liiick dust iJi-po*-a- in iho uime.
Pains in the back «voi iho kidney?.
Keeling-,  of  weaiu.*...---  and  despon-
Shoitncbi  of   bnatli    and    goneial
Thousand-* of 'pe^pl** to-day liavo
diseahi-d kidney--- ffld do not know i!
Aie yen one'" li -■**.. ^ i-* absolutely
noc.*s-*ary that you, .should do sOirio-
tiung to' pi event tlio dcveloijinei't if
such h-Cncus di.-ease'- ."•* lJilgilt'.>
D^.-oaso. Di. t'bos-o*- Kidnoy-Livcr
I'iUjs a:e tlie be,-t on tho market (for
tlio jumvention of <-..-.inns cli'-oa.iC'-i.
Tliousands i«*ooiiiiii"3h1 them''
, Mrs. Joboph trr.iy, b'attol), King''-
Co., X. Ji., writo-i- ''For four or the
yoais my liublinnd ,-i:nl 1 have used .
Dr. Cha.se's Kiilnoy-lav*r I'ills for
kidney troubles and <bf!WU.sue:-» aiid
find thoin indi-*i)i-n.--nble a-* a family
medicine'. We. could nut dr. witliout
, Biliouj-noss, ,liver complainl. con-
•stipation, indiguMimi. Kulnoy dis-ease
and backaclio "i-ii-dtly yield to the ;u-
iluence of this gn-iu' family medicine.
Dr. Cluiie's Ki'ilnoy-l.ivor 'Pills, one
pill a doso, 20 routs a box, at "all
dealers dr Ktlman-son, JSatoj- '& Co.,
Toronto. Write for Dr. Cbaio's ,1'J03
Calohdar  Almanac.
'      How Our' Arrrfy  Is  Formed.    ' v
a Tho   avpracr.- -cltr/on. - ll   Is   s'ife   t'j
say." has a very   hazy' Idea concern lug
tho el/.e and eon-uitntion of iho  United States army'.    A  writer In  llarpe*"-*s
Weekly   gives   some   Interesting   facts
bearing upon,tills matter.   The govi*.*n .
nieiu. dreams of  an   army ' numbering'
70.000  ineu.  \Ttu>  present  strength   is
•rw.000 .'-  Of r the   vhoorotic-fll- 70.000   -?ol
dlers the' fifr**eu loglmeiits of'cavair.v,
which ■ uevof   lack , their   full   comple
ment! • comprise   nearly   1-1,000  otllotn'
a.id tnon. tlie'Sis regiments,of Qt-ld artillery  5.5O0.  the  coast   artillery'corps
close upon. 20,000. the thirty regiments
of infantry •27.000? the engineers^ 2,000,
find toe remainder, consist of the staff
corps, Indian scouts and a small ,1111-3?
bor  or  nstive. soldiers, in   Porto   Uliro
end the*,Philippines.    The  total   number-of commissioned roDicors amounts'
to about' 3,000.   ' '".,..
Fo' the Honeymoon. ■
> A certain, Id ntucky justice of the
peace, was)'called upon to marry -i
run-away coui*l,e uh-iidrove ujj t,o hiri
houbc. \Vlion the final word->'...wet■?
said,,the -bride'pi00m fumbled in hi-5
packets, and finally li--i\ed out a dollar.      ' , .        ■    „ 1
"Jodgo," said he, -"this hero's all
Iho cash Pre got in the worUl. di
you want if you kin have it; but'J
don't rnin'd .lelin' you that £ pet it
aside for the 'honeymoon expenses."„--
Woman's  Home ..Con-panion.      -     "
"What,   sire!
N   tho   night   upon   which   such
strange  chances  had   befallen
bis messengers the king sat in
his cabinet  attended  only  by
Louvois, his minisier.   There was a tap
at the door,  and   Bontoms  peeped  in.
"The archbishop has arrived, sire.*'
"Very well. Bontoms. Ask madame
to be so good as to stop this way. And
order tbe witnesses to assemble in the
As the   valet   hastened  away  T.ouis
turned   to  his  minister.   "I   wish   you
to be one of the witnesses, Louvois."
"To what, sire?"
"To my marriage."
The   minister  started.
"Now, Louvois; within five minutes."
"Very good, sire."
There had meanwhile been busy going, on in the small room where the
red lamp burned in front of the Virgin.
Franeoise do Maiitteiion stood in the
center, a little flush ot' excitement ou
her cheeks and an unwonted light in
her placid gray eyes. She was cl-id In
a di-ObS of shining white brocade, Lrim-
med and .slashed --iiii Sihor sorgo and
fringed at the ■ throat and arms with
costly point lace. There came a discreet tap, at-the door.
"It is Boutenis. madame," said Mile.
Nation. "lie says'■ that the king ia
ready." .'...*,.'-■
'■"Then wo r.hall not keep him waiting.
. Come, . mademoiselle,   and   may   GOd
plumed hat and. envolopcl ,n a riding <„shed  his  blessing  upon   what  we  are
coat slopped . from lhe carriage and
then, turning round, dragged a'second
person out after him.' 'There was a
.'sculUe, ii cry, a push, rind the twojflg-
•ures vanished through the'i?oor. As it
closed the carriage drove away, the
torches and braziers wore extinguished,
the main gale was closed once more,
and all was; as rjuiet as before this
sudden Interruption.
"Well!" gasped 1 Jo Catinat. "Is this
another king's messenger they've got?"
"There will be lodgings for two more
here In a short timo," said Amos Green.
"Give nie yourlnu* again. This tiling
is giving. It won't lake us long to
have it out." Ho sot to Work furiously, trying to deepen the groove in the
stone, through which ho hoped to drag
thc'stablp.*     Suddenly  he  ceased  and
Wonderful  Richhjss of the  Mackenzie,
t-      . River   Region.       '''■ '
. An   old1  Seattle   pioapectbr   named
I.  0.   Oliver,'' who  recently  returned'
from'four'.years of prospecting on the
Mackenzie, Peace and Le ,Lard,,rivers,
during, which time he crossed',tlic Bar-
t rcn .Lands  to   the, first   cache  of, tho
Piankhn* expedition  biings^news „- of
gold   discoveries   which ■• he "says  surpass tlio parly ' finds-in  the- Klondike.'
He will head "a parly that will'leave
Seattle to"Ycturn>-to these discoveries-,.1
When seen by lepnrters Mr. Oliver
said.  "-The greatest "gold "diggings  in
the world are in the Mackenzie river
country.    The   strike   at   IIer.->chel   lb-
land is'one of the biggest dit,covorios.
cf recent years,-but  tho   riV-host fields
will   be   found ' in ,tlie* Ba/rcn   Lands
near Great Slave' Lake.   * I have'ipros-
pected   for   gold   since   f ''was   fi.toon
years old  and   1  have  been  in' all  of
thr bost known mining camps during
that  time,  including two years spout
in  the. Klondike,   but  the   Mackenzie
river   count,y    surpasses    all   of   tlie
places that have over boen discovered.
"The   wonders   of   tins   wild   region
will   astound 'the   world   wlion   it   bo-
conies  known     Tins   year   there   will
be' a bie rush  into this   country, but
it  v. ill   be   l.trrcr   noil  year  and  tlie
year   following
"The counlty is cxtrernrly difficult
to prospect, and this is all that has
prevented the great'gold Yliscovei 10s
befoie. I wont into tins country in
1907, by-way of Peace liver, striking
that stream at Pr-aco nver crossing.
We went down t'.ip -Pence river m
boats about 700 miles to Vermilion
falls, and from there or* to Fo.t,
Smith, an , old Hr-jlson Bay trading
post. The only difficult part of tho
river to navig-ite was sixteen miles
before reaching Fort Smith, which we
were forced to porta -jo on account of
tho rapids From this point it js 201
miles lo Great Slave lake On Greal
Slave lake, thirty milos from Peace
river, is Salt rive.* We prospected
up this stream thirty niilr-s and found
salt beds where we were ab!e to rii'.-
out sufficient salt fo cure a winter's
supply of fish.
"We went  up (ho Gront Slave lake
in  a '21-foot  birch bark c.uioc,  a   throe
wookv,'  journey   to   a   stream  the   Indian*-   call    Copper    rivet     and    then
•"truck ac.-oss the Parrori Land-;, which
th * Indians call  Little Sticks, bpcavso
thoro  i>  no timber.     Wo   wont   acro-vs
thi°   country   until   we   reached   what
we  believed   to  Ij2   the   fir-t  cache  of
thu   Fanklin   expedition,   about   1,000
miles   from  tho   noaiost  Hudson   liav
tiadtng post.    This trip wo made with
dog   teams      In   crossing   to   the   old
cache  we  were  forced   lo   carry   what
fuel  wo  needed   for  cooking  purpo--.es,
only   using   enough   to   boil   a
tea and  to 000k a  little  moat     Rome
times we would find a little wood and
replenish tho stock,  but th.-io i»  very
Uttlo  that  can   bo   used   for  fud   after
leaving,  tho   Copper   river   until'..the
Franklin.-cache   is   reached."
Pills of Attested Value.—Parmelee'a
Yegetable Pills are the result..of careful study of the properties of certain
roots" and 'herbs, and the action of
such as .sedatives ,and''laxatives on
tlie digestive apparatus.* The success
the1 compounders Jiave met with ol;
tests the, value'.of their work/- j-These
pills' have 'been 'recognized , for -many
ypars -as the best cleansers 'ot the
system th.ft can be get. Their excellence wa^f recognized from the first
and tliey, grow more popular daily. -
Study Color Effects When Laying Out
Flower Beds.
The amateur who wishes to obtain
the greatest possll.lt* pleasure from the
dowers he can grow -should study the
characteristic.-- of eaeb kind ho chooses
and see'thai each servos a purpo.se
iShould ho loxo fn-gTi-uee he will find
Nicotlana atbnis, with Its abundant
star shapod white flowers, delightful
Iu its perfume on a summer's evening.
It '1-3 an excellent plant for, a border
plumed In front of tailor. gnJwiog
shrubs. „    "
, Ho should study color effects In laying out Ins flower |iods For a bed
whero a mass of yellow Is desired golden California'poppy Is useful. It must
bo sown whore it is to bloo'tn, as It
does not transplant well. For sido'
and hack fences clumps ot single and
double, hollyhocks aro good, planted in
musses. A flower which'grows^iimost
as high .-as a hollyhock is. Itudbeckln
Golden Glow, which produces a wealth
ot golden (lowers,good for cutting.
., In a back yard garden It Is a good
'plan,to devote ihe spare In front of
one fence to dahlias and cosmos, for
these are sure to please the most fastidious flower lover* If there happens
to.be a sunny exposure in (he garden,
plant a fow pompon clirysantheuiiyms,
which are hardyY TheyMvMI give an
effective display of'tiny (lovers In the
autumn.'' The drummondl phloxes are
exceedingly pretty low growing annuals, yery showy hi mass. They last
but a 'few weeks in bloom In a warm
and exposed situation.     , ,
Of tho dahlias /.he cactus and decorative forms ' are beeom.ng. more and
more popular evoi-y"year. They should'
be planted. If possible, sp their ■ late1
blossoms In August. Sept'eti'ber and
even later,, will'help make the garden
bright after many other flowers have
ceased,blooming.      ," .. ' .
"I guess my father must have been
a/pretty bad £>ovY'- said one young-
bt-?r.        \ •'!■ '        ':  ,4
"Why?"' inquired the other.
..   "Because1'he'  knows'" just, exactly
what questions   to-ask,,me  when., he
wants to know what 1 have been do-
ing."*---SVashington -Star.      ' '      "    , j
1    .j ^2      ',—"     ' *
Babi6s- Ihgl-- are well 'sleep,' well,
eat well,' and'play well. A child'that
is not Tosy-cheeked and playful needs
immediate attention, "and in,all, the
world there is" no medicine eaii equal
•-Baby'a Own. Tablets' for curing' indigestion^ constipation,* •. "diarrhoea,
toothing troubles and the pther 'dis-
o.ders </r6m jvhich'* young*.},, children
aiiffc-L. ..vine mother who usei tliis
medicine lias tbe guarantee of a government analyst that it is absolutely
safe. -ifrs. J. L Jnnelle/ St. Sylvere,
Que., .-ays:—"f find Baby's Own Tablet-, the most satisfactory medicine
'T have ever used for constipation,
teething tumbles, and breaking ur
colds Every mdthei should keep
this medicine in the house." , Sold
by medicine dealers "pi,* by mail at i:5
cents a box fiom.Tne Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Biockyille, Ont.J
The total population ,of St.1 relcrs-
burg is now 1,451.704, anYucrcasc of
230,000, or almost 19 per cent, compared with the cenaus of eight vears
ago.      •• *
Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.
How   to 'Bo , Happy   Though   Married'
and A' That. *■  <'t    ,      <.
• 'So many Voition   And  matrimony, a
little disappointing, and, thougli°inau3',
confess the fact,  they  rarely see that
,th'ey may .themselves' be to. blame.
When 'a "girl Is.engaged she is always
careful to^ look" her 'best that her lovor^
m'ay admire-her. She often falls to do
the same for her. husband. This Is'a"
mistake. v Men like always to admire
their wives, and thoy will do so all the
more when they-see that other" people
admire them too. The untidy,* dowdy
woman "may have solid, virtues, but one
has to remember the fact as an excuse
for her'appearance, and the man .who
is mentally apologizing for his wife's
shortcomings is in "danger of-finding
some oue else more attractive'than,sho'
"Is. „   >      ' <A    .    1   " ',\      y
Then it Is a1 mistake for young wives
cp  drop  tlielr. old  friends  and expect-
r their husbands to do the' same.   The !
married levers may fon.a'short^tlme bo'
'Intensely-happy-in each other's society,
"but'sooner'or-later, outside lutexgsts
will lie, missed, and if - happiness"' Is , to
continue they must both mix with their
fellows and ,,tnke their *sbnre in the"
pjea.sures arid  the work of tho,world,
AVider 1 Interests, will '"not Vnakov,elthor
-less 'fond of the other, and the .woman'
who wants to keep, her, husband's love
will never do so Ijy- tying him1 tot-bcr
apron  strings   and   expecting  him   to.
.spend all the lime he can spare from
his business within tbe" four walls-,of
home.1 '    > - - '
', A wife should not merge her Individuality in hor husband.* An echo may bo
sweet, but It Is always monotonous, so
she  should   have   her own   ideas   and
opinions. She need not ..argue— that's
fatal—but   a   little   tact, prevents   the
necessity. '
No Place  Like  Home, After All, 6»  »
f Victim   Believe*.
Visiting has e*er beeo a form of dl*
comfort. 1 "
Your friend, who has a new borne, s
lately replenished library, a unlr]u«
garden or something which reprosenu*
money enough to inako him vain la 111
possession, cannot rest until ' be has
dragged .vou from a hnpIO' home to
cater to this feeling of vanity.,,
As for yourself, you put It off as long
as possible. Of course you wac* t<
go. Tho thought of not havtpjj, boon
able to get lo see hlin has. you nss'irr
him, 'filled you .with porpefuul gloom
r>ut circumstances over, which you
have' bad no control have forbidden
All this you' assort until the fatal \oo
incut arrives when you reallzi; that no
further subterfuge Is possible, and
wlfh many protestations of autk-ipu
iory delight, you start off.
, i'our friend moots you.nt the station
'•wlili bis auto. lie explains Its work-
mgs,' Its siiporlorltyover all others, a?
you proceed back. If H breaks down
on thc way. as Is more 'than' likely
he'-Hinlles brightly. Such n thing has
never bnppcneti before. ' He knows, o(
course,,what the cause was. . He men
ttous U . care'i-ssly.' tl-ervby Implying
that It- was .of so,,'Mttle conscquonce
Uuit lt was scurcely, worth *.vbllo to
--void it. ;       Y   '
You arrive at his house. Killed with'
enthusiasm and reveling In a'new vie*
tlin. ho proceeds forthwith to drag you
over Its weary length before you,bare ,
bnd lime'to change,your shoos.' ' ',
, "Fine, room ,thhd" he,,exclaims, with
a burst'of,, bonost pride, pnd'so.ou^
By and by, 1wben,0be Is getting tired.'
his wife, like a relay pony, takes''up
the lecruie where beoleav*--s,^(T.    "    '•
80 plastic, arewe that at the time by
a sort of OclUlous, waraitb you really
seem'to be enjoying yourself^   -   >   .   ■
You exclaim In wonder oyer tbe fact
thatyou have, boon so long In, getting,
there. And when at last, "a Week, In ter.
you reluctantly leave you ytell hlbi. with'
tears Iii yoiir eyes., that you had the
time of- our life. • -        . 1      ,   ,
Jt is only, when' once moro you<find
yourself joyfully In your own. bumble
apartments. -wlthMrIts faithful • bed
, whose very Jrhperfectloris bare,endear
ed themselves to you^ that ypii crj'oui-
In deep gladness, "Thank*God it's'orer
for, after;all, there's no place 'Uk^,
home!"-—T. L. Maison In Puck.,   ,'
t  .' '    '       Man's Own Voice.-'.
"Dar Is sunipin .about de'sound of a
man's own> voice,",'said,Uncle Eb<"tC
"dat-he likes. I)e mos'-fun iuos' of ut
gits otit'u a,baseball game I-s de chance
to.-show dat -.ive' kin' boat,, somebody
else ho'llerin'."—Washington Sfqr.
is made like Ii*c
idcal b.**lrn3 of
pure hcri-v,! 3a?3 I y
flera -salv*;,but
meal  ,,
,who hail applt.ij <h. i',.*fj vl',''7 I
floor.        1 '        ' I'
oi   Hal-jt
Tt»uc!ied by>l,i-, „„] .u,n
11.   l>.<v;if|v   . [,", 'M
meal   to, a   ui.*1jui,-i„,k i,'."1'1'1
'' "W}iy"dt. yoi.
linpor  of  yo\n
while  you   aie
-    \"   '   ',- ' Indisputable.       '       -./'
.   "But'd wns under the impression t^iat
she sang.   Are "you sure she doesn't?"
>  "Quite sure;  I've  heard 'her."—-Kansas CUvT'ines.   >' > ~      <• '
c- - ■      With' a'-Little Help. 'v   .
-L"W,IIIIe," asked tils'-mother,/'who Is
that .-boy .you ""hate • been, but  playing*
'•withY'*., i '*■ 1.  ,YY -; ;\\.\y-vPi
I VWhy,    that's-   Fred'—Fred—'maw.
.what's, theni   thttigs  In 'the ;top''.of ■ a*.
barn?"     --    -   -„-fr-.  . -^    ., * *.   ^ -,   *-,
*" ."Kaftcrs."     ' . ',    '"      ."''',
."No*, that ain't lt.  It's*"- A
^Shingles?"  *    , . > ,  .^
"Aw, nol   Fnrder dowri." *S -
'Tigeons?" suggested his father.
"Na-ivt  Notbln* like that"'
"Oats?" '     ,
"Course  net.    It's  them   things you
anil the laths to.", t
"You don't.moan Joists?" ■ ,
"That's ll! cJoyce!   I was playin' with
Fred Joyce."— Chicago,Tribune. '
«ii'-.*i cm- ■',
X*\ J'-mi' Py.
■ -a     "■   f"11"1-*-"   'i,YF
coinjiai.-,i(S'ri,*H.* WoinaM , • «     '
btok^ii?".! '
"No,  mum,", |£n*-*i,'f.,l   ,1.
with a w)'*mo.     ■'!-,{,  |,„,,'!'
,cyou day-- I won- a .i/in,/,,".,.!
that  tiiiK-.r,  and old i.-aj,-^ HI;<6
to, hri-nic',  fiimn "--Ji,...., t   ■'■'
' "Atl'tcka ''ol, ch..if*i:. -•..fb.j.J
come quiiikly. t)i,-i.. .),!,„, t't
war-ling of, tho w ,t i:-.,.^,!
imiht-btvliikon ju,t ni ,iX';td'*
Piitiunt is to K- si-ur. <i ,.,',
f-srinp and pcrma-n nf it>]iXt,i
lining, inembrmios'nt t)i; i^X
teadiost j-repai-fii*^!, rur':.,"Y
is Dr.. ,J. ,1Y Koil.--.-Yv ii.v.-p]
dial. It can bo got1'ilYnili'wi
any drug htoro or jrouwil fri\
and it wUl'-affonl roli.-f U*.
lor (can'.,b<?L calJo-l,
*A, certain .Smifjay hclii,-.!',
I'hiladelphin^ cdii,--i--U- 'fot'ihti
pari'-'ol yoitiij;j.loi--* wlio \np-!\
'poorer,dfstrictts oi ihe'cin- i>,|
day'thc teacher u>k- tlu'd
Cain', and "AIM,' inn\ the
w,eek*Bhe lu lived m Jimm.e, »t
utive, lad; who, 'lit-iiii-v.**,
been present tlie 'pi.*v..i«i'- -.
1 "JiminJe.** 'she .>-.t,d, ;;l h^I
io tell me who kj|J«l AL-I
j "Ain't no use n.-vkm', ir.«, U-A
replied' Jimmie. '■lYlidtiVr-,--:'*
lie .was.'dead."-—Harper'.-, 'fffc'ii
,„ ''Mothers con' ea->iiy know yL.*?I
cldhlren nre'itoubit-.ii with **'"-is|
ithey^ibive" no\timo in 'npplriaf
best". ol rerhediiw -M<,-*J.tr C*|
Worm   i&xterniinator.'
Kervnus Trnwller ifi» *«'rst
ion)—Uuw > faV-t" shoultl ,i«.,: <••
wero'travelling?   *>
.   Companion' (who.-hiK U-..
nyith the^Tpl across dw Wo??*;!
a aniiic a miriut-Q.-~J.ivf*'',   , '
- "' !-   'Vff-*^— '—
v Pay .whttt- yjjufwill. h».i p
yp\r liko*' you' earuim' jret,»
p'urfti* or more doMcioi- w*
"Salodi,"" T:    ,     '      .
' ,      A Question of Sizes.
"Is It good form to have your namp
In tbe pnpers*?" a-jked the social novice,
"Oh, yes," answered Miss Cayenne,
"provided you don't get It in display
type."—Washington' Stnr.
A  Model of Promptness.
"Our new clerk Is nlways on time."
"Y<is.  I've known him to le.u*o a h.-ir
ner s'hop with only ono side of hi** fno.
shaved In order n.it to bo :iiii*." —I'u**i,
To ricnrliiue de VIgne.'a French artist of the reign of Charles IX. (about
lo71), are ascribed the Invention of billiard tables and formulation of,rules
for the game, although the origin of
billiards has boon accredited variously
to China, England, Spain and Italy as
well as France. Shakespeare asserts
that Antony and Cleopatra were good
enough friends to play billiards without falling out, but he doesn't mention
how or when the game got Into Egypt.
Somnambulists can maintain theh
footing In tho most perilous places s<
long ns they remain in a state of somnambulism, but if suddenly awakened
they Instantly lo«e their self possession
p-.t  of f and balance.
about to do!
The   little -pa'-ty .'assenihied   in   the
king's anteroom and st-ir.ed from there
to the private chapel.    In front walked
tlie portly bishop, clad in a green vestment, puffed out 'Willi  the importance
of the function, his missal in bis hand
and liis fingers between the pages  at
the service de matrimoulis..   Tlie king
and  Mine,  de Maintonon'walked  side
by side, she quiet and -composed, with
gentle bearing and downcast .eyes,'he'
with a Hush  on  his dark  chocks'and'
a nervous, furtive look in his eyes; like
a  man who knowp that he  is  in  the
midst of one of th1.? groat crises of his
life.    Behind   thorn   in   solemn  silence
followed a  little group of chosen witnesses, tiie loan, silent Tore la Chaise,
JtfiMvo'iR RcowlJu-r heavily nt the bride.
;'i. The Future of Canada.
- In his addross.nl. the annual dinner
of tho Canada'. Club' at 'New York.
Chief! Justice Longley of Nova Scotia
'expressed the view that Canada' was
net destined to.remain, a'portion of the
.British Krnpiio. He also' 'flune' defiance al the United .States. Mis closing ..sentences, which did not get in
the press repo.-fs, wore as follows:
"Aggression from our .'big. neighbor;'
T dismiss as unworthy of consideration, but if, by any. such mischance.
power b?c.'imo Yr-'stod in the .United
States in any body of men sd as, to
attempt to infringe Cannrt-.'s' richts
and,liberties. T o.-m only say that there
ia some good stuff oY the other sido
of tho lino,'and when Canada hiis'15.-
000.000 people she will not ho a verso
toy challenging the issue ui'h all tlio
spirit of;, a proud and 'independent'
Right Hon. .Tamos' r.rycs, "Rrifish
arnh-.Rsador' at Washington, who followed, without a II nd ing to. Judge .
T.ongley hy name, administered a re-
h.nko to the opinion expressed by
Tudeo LoncJoy. *
For Sore Throat.
For nn inflammation In the throat Infuse one largo handful of clnquefoll In
a quart of water. Let It boil to a pint.
Strain It and sweeten it with h6ney
very sweet and swallow two or three
spoonfuls often; This, .though, a simple medicine, is an old remedy and
may  be relied ori.   The Jaerb is ,'otbei**
The indolent woman regains her lost
energy when she learns how to breathe
correctly. Tbe sallow girl, with tho
dark circles under her eyes, 'discovers
that with correct breathing the congested veins ,wlll yield to thc stimulated ^circulation, the dark rings disappear, and the Justcr reappears in ber
eyes.    '
Nutmegs have medicinal -qualities,
which make them most useful In the
treatment of various lllnessc*-". In case
of colic and dysentery, for instance, a
Uttlo nutmeg very finely powdered and
mixed with a little milk often has a
most beneficial effect. Sleeplessness Is
often relieved In thc same manner, for
nutmegs have very soothing qualities.
Tears have their use. apart from the
crying aspect. Inasmuch as they refresh
and wash the eyes. The eye requires
to be kept clear and clean, and, tears
perform this duty. A striking example
of this Is shown when thc eye Is hurt.
It at once commences to water, and often this natural method of cleansing relieves tho pain and removes thc cause
of tbe discomfort.
Dip circling can bo done with good
results in the wny of decreasing size if
the principle of resistance Is employed
Taking a standing position, with hands
or, hips, rolato the hips, bonding the
knee and keeping chest nnd shoulders
immovable. Contract nil .the muscles
used in this oxorcho and resist. Kor a
variant bring tho I.nee up to the chest,
remaining ns nearly oioct as possible.
Practice In altorna'e motion.
>  s     A  Bit of Advice.       '
This i*-. a bit of advice offered by thc
Cunnlson Ca/etlc:
Voiing man. If ,you should come
across ,1 girl who. with a face as radiant as a sunflower, says as you appear at the door, "I will, be busy tor
half an hour yet, for tho dishes are not
washed." just squat right down on the'
doorstop and wait for her, because
some other,chap.may come along and
secure the prize, and right there you
will have lost an angel.
■:, "No/?, .-explained Un ix*
"*Johhny*-Baj;a 'lie*., wasn't, btw.
dog;, but' 'I'm 'not goii.p i« 'A
ohaJiCfcsA.Ul '■ shall -Ijavu h'&"
gated' just as. noon a-. I cat-il
to Die1 doelor's.'-J-Nt-w LY.)ti,f;
«j  ,.■. ■j-v-i   _i,£ vi*--^  —    ^
Minard'ss Liniment, ' Uimbn
Cyn'icus— 'No,-«-ir; with !'"•''
.thrill   ways,   wives   of' t*».J.-> *-|
C-Joodfcllow—What'  aro   th-M
Cynicus*—   Y'leckniate**.  —
Jack—There    goes    Mr.-    ■
Sho used lo  bo a deoidedU '<"§
Torn-^-lsn't   she   t-till   j.o'n" f
Jack—No. 1 Marriage ni-."/'-. o\
tinned her, and now sho\ an
—Chicago  iVcws.
Miss   Poytoet—How   do
this  hat?
KIder Brother —Under it, -.••iiifg
tlon'l. you. si.s? You look pretl;
—Chicago Tubu'ne.
So It Is.
Teacher—If,   a    vehicle    with    two I
wheels is a bicycle and ono with tbrce
wheels  a  tricycle,   what Is  one ,wlU-
ot>ly one wheel?
Scholar—A wheel barrow.—Illustrated
"Laura," , growled tho 1
"what have you taken all my
out  of * the^ closet for?"        '   UI
"Now   there's' no   use   1.1 ii,'
fuss about it> George." -*.u<l i
with a ,nOle of dcfianci> in !■■"
'I just had to havo soiiip pliff'
I  could hang mj' new .sprici; 1 ^
Chicago Tribune. %-
Tominle—But ninntmn, Cnft-rj^j
made   be'oro   forks. ,      ,?«•
Mamma*—Yes,   my   I-.-,1,   .1 'Kg
was made before pie.  hut *». ;
pieY don't   you,     Tonnuj'-V
...    ■ A Prett;   Custom.
'.;. A hostess whoso'hpspltallty Is almost
a  byword., has: introduced  a  <*hanning
custom  for  the   benefit   of','licr. guests
She -.manages to (itd out their favorite
tlowor'.atid   by   nouns   of   large   flat,
-sac-hots  she  dollgl ts  hor  guests  with
shoots redolent of rose. Illy, carnation
or whatever may le the (lower named,
'orfumo.d   bods   an?   Indeed   a   luxury,
and yet  thoy iiiinnitho  called .a new
development   When   we   recall   tho  dc*
ilclous lavender scnted shoots of our
grand mothers' days.
The Gourmet's Finish.
"So luxurious ih-Itig b. ought hhri' to
thc gout?"
"1  fear ho was a  Irlflor."
"Worse than that. II0 was a truf-
fler."—Washington si.ip:
Not So Particular.
First Leap Year Cirl-i'd propose ir
I could find a  man I  thought I  could
not live without.
Second   Leap   Year  Girl—Huh!    I'd
be satisfied   with "a   man   I   thought I,
live   wilh.--st   Louis   Post-DIs. J
Way Back In '51
people firstiibegan to use Eddv's Jratchca,—and tho
^    "Sulphur"**iviia the brand then made
half a century,and-seven years later, people still are usic'!
Eddy's, and more fJhan ever.
aro the
surest and most speedy Sulphur Matches ran
— vj  u^^ »u.mi o.ju juusi specuy -autpriur ^latches nuiiim*
turned.    They are now put up in neat and attractive slu.'
Three   Boxes to » ^ ^,
boxes,   holding   about   500   matches.
Package,: .'..,■' ■•'...■■ •■   '■■
;.:Always, Everywhere/in, Canada, Ask For Eddy's Matches'
Simply a  Shredded   Wheat    wafer,    containing   in    *,IC
Bniuilest   bulk, nil   thp nutriment and strength-giving iiiatcr-
ial of the whole wlicat.
Appetizing and always ready to servo.
Delicious   as   a   Toast, with   Butter,   Cheese   or Fr--its-
8old  by  All   Grocers. .,'   ■ ^
I- Aye
,*+|^!^^*'nwr?m0,^" BLOOD
I'.iy ,,„,-,, Y
"ii„ "We
•at tl-jtjjj.
y I...1..1-. a*,,
• '-iijidwi t^r
Hltli   I.*jll<-Yl
rif th? te-Y
u far iii. fa
eV .V.*Yi-,L
'olji'l lt.'fote-|
y !,(*li(,-.i
--Ul  '.'I''.-Jit j
*).'.' jr-J'"-!
he'ciii'  (/.I
!<?, IIjYl
nt.l  the l'i.-|
> J immie,»j
KittW'.f. kxf|
**vIuM- •**'•
ft 5d, ',',1 vTvsdS
J«l Ak-I
km', aw, i«
irpcr'.-*. 'We-t'-jj
; and Pinched Cheeks
MtDr.rWilPams'Pink. -
Jills are Needed.
ps written on the features
^■•omen   and  giils    out    ofi
-idred.     Unmistakeable   aie
if "too little bloyd."
Sfljer. t-ex  is   assailed  at" all
3e    evils -"-lOBtilting     from
disss,   from   the  girl   who   is
^'languid,    witliadull   eves.
SBhed, cheeks,   fitful   appetite,
"lating hemt, to the -woman
•riPnever   Well, , with   gna>-.iiig
ghe buck, aching limbs ,and
game' X'ink Pjlls are speci-
£ble,.to' women of- nil  ages,
ijpssesd tiie power of making
ince  the^iicji,    i'cd .  blood'
Jhich   no 'woman   can   have
jtaltli.*,   They fill the starved"
new  blood   so    that    en-
jodicB ., are ' strengthened,'
/ouft   systems   ate   fortified
|t, health   restored.'     '
sse    D'Aragon, " Waterloo,
jws tbe. i>i'ofes«i<jii of teticfi'-
jfhrings more- than Si'dinary
jll  who follow tin's calling,
igon says {—-"It seemed   as
svas gradually going into »
lo.-ft .all my  strength'  my
j£rtfi ,yoiy  poor*; •! '-van  pale
<kl-froiri-i■•equexil, headaches;
^n' dizs*y and thc lonst exer-
'leave '"me   breathless,  < J
|pr' a, time;   but  with   little
gilt.: One day I rettd in thc
rournul   the particular..-,  of
iilar to mine cured  by,.Dr.
'ink'- Pi J1 i' and I' ddteruiin-
fhein., Jn a few,weeks,there,
gilded, improvement, j/n mji'
|and, by the timy, f had ta"-
ipr eight boxes 1 waa again
^Bl;of health,-and  able   to
An   Invitation   From   tho   King
' .What  It  Involve*.
The King will take no denial when
livs '"sonde  you  a "dinc-and-sleep"  invitation, ornorie for a lengthier visit
Jim --?vilatiOT|s rank as command--.
_   J heir Majesties entertain their ahl,
joeta 'for  the   mpst   part   at   Wind-;,-,
Castle   and   Sandringham,   and   thej
guests are bidden, at, a rule, from Saturday to Monday, or from Tuesday to
I'riday— the   latter   for   shooting par-
tied, i fe  *^
It is correct to' arrive in plenty of
time to drcf-s.for dinner, but visitor-,
must not expect to bd met by their
royal bout and ho*-t..ve, for, although
when he "wai Prince of Wales Hia Ma*
jesty was on the doorstop of his abode
roady wi,th a'hearty wolcomo. now it
v not until dinner is served that tho
bovoreign and-his contort meet their
visitor.-.    '   i
Neither ai breakfast nor at lunch
unJo-is it be partaken" oTaf the* shoot
—will   l'Mir Majesties- appear; there-
88*J|pI*fi -.sVwell as'/any ol my
by^-j-fl] medicine 'dealers .OTa-,by,
"Oc ii ,box or six  boxes  for
•MThe  Dr.-Williams'   Merii-
ffirockville, ,'Ont.y, "        -Jy   ^
•?.*••.■■.-" > Y '" •-*    ' -'       -'"   '
ibclpr—-I  wonder why   thev
oys'about 'a hotel "buttons''
Sow?  -■    -- , "      •<',--, "•/,,'
K>dictp^^, suppose ',it  is  he-
^can never iind'.'oin in the
ere   they   should   be.—Yon-
& ■ , ... i*
fore the cieat ocsoasion of'dinner is all
the more au'spicioua, tiiongh tea is
also graced by the-royal pretence.
At Windsor Cat-tie dinner is-se.-ved
in the1 oak room, .after a, most irn-
.presysive entrance has bedn' made by
J heir Majesties .into the, reception
room,- where' tho guests arc assembled, bowing and. curtseying 'lo,w, al)
splendid in their full-drt.-?,*- attiro, and
U' perfect 'coruscation of glorious
•cv.-pI-*. _ - r
". 'J'he King i^-s n, great connoisseur upon droj-s, and though he does not, af,
monarch, *:t6op-Ui take Wie' ■ persona.'
notieo,, of, it 'that ho did on one occa-
aian^yhofi^. as dVinee of Wales,' an
unlucky pucst jippcared in a bhicli
tie instead of, a while, whereupon .-
white one was j-erW-d'up torlijm by a'
flunkey 'upon a? sih-er .salvor—his order tliat'-knee-brfecclie** and silk fj.took-
ings aie to be worn with evening dr,es.<*
by all men when ladies .are present
is so .well-known' that it 'm, followed
'in .-jooioty, in variably by, many well-
garb':d  men.   -   - Y'   > -.
,   The difmor will not,l>3Ji>.lone one
but it .'will   be. perfectly  cooked   a*nd
'served.'imd -tbLe table, -will- be set'oti't
-with absolute good, taste, and always*
' with-groat variety.'owing 'to tjie enor-
*m<iu8  ranffe'df gold and  silver orna<
ments at, the "command'of the dresser,
Tw.p special filver services appertair,
to.the'oak room at Windsor, one call-'
d   tho-"Lion"   an,dv'the.   other  'the
There are now subscriptions announced to the extent of about $000,-
000 for the grtoat Tei centenary celebration at Quebec, and nearly.a million
dollars  will   be forthcoming for it.
From an hidtorical 'point of view !,
will   be  the    greatest,    demonstration
this continent has witnessed. From a
spectacular standpoint it -will be ono
of tho most dazzling combinations -".f
picturesque event-,  ever seen  in' any
country.    There will' be thousands* of
charactois  in     the    piQcessions,     all
dressed to the very life.   The tableaux
on the Plains of Abraham, where the
hi.storic ' battles were fought, will, em-'
bi/ico al] the transcendont epoch-making events of Canada's romantic hiH-
tory,   including   Wolfe's   woik   up   to
bi-j  death.   'The  street pageants-will
he  of wondrous   beauty,    the    naval
demonstrations   of  an  irnprosaiveness
not heretofore realized.    Quebec will
bj  filled  to  repletion   by    thousands
from England and the United State?.,
and tens of thousands from  Canada-
but fully ten millions of people will
wish  io  be" present,'and cannot find
hotel .accommodation.      ~'" "     - ' .  . ~
One-of the greatest matters'of .anxiety to tho,-e organizing the 'celebration has beeii the question hflw to provide the millions of- people 'who cannot soe' the celebration with 'illustrations   arid   descriptions;   to   give   the
-"cenoK  of gtandeur'to  the ,.world   in
i Anaiigemonls have been completed
by The, Standnid of "Montreal, now
re'eognized a-* the National Illustrated
l.apor of Canada,-tcf issue what will
be known "as "The Standard Tercentenary JNTuinber," published by George
Mm ray 1'ubliijh'irjg Company, "Mon-
tieal. r Wo have had, the1 privilege of
examining the1 proofs of some of the
gorgeous supplements' to go with The
Standard.    Tliey   eclipse  in0 interest, I
F    .1    J . -•*.       ■ " . - . I
King Edward's Chief Valet Has Many
Intricate   Duties.'
Mr. Chandler, officially designated
the ' Superintendent of the iJoyal
Wardrobe, is King Edward's chief
valet and private accountant.
In the former capacity, he attends
to the many intricate duties of looking
after a  wardrobe containing 411 uniforms,   and tn ' the   latter   he   scruti- I
nizes and checks all the King's pri-1
vate   accounts   for   such   articles   a.--. J
clothes,  boots, cigars, - plate anflf jew-,
elry ■ purchased   by   His   Majesty  for:
wedding.presents, and like gifts" and i
theatre tickets, and other sundry bill** I
which are not paid by the Keeper, of'
the Privy  Purse.
When'   lie   buys   such   article".   «•>
clothes or jewelry, His Majesty never
inquires their price. They, are simplv
ordered,  and   the accounts  for   them
are 'sent to-the  Keeper of the  Privy
I Purse, who hands thi-m to the Super-
I intendent of the Wardrobe   It is King
Edward's wish to 'pay a'fair and reasonable price for pverything ho buv»
in this1-way, and it is'Mr. Chandler's
business to sec that the price charged
is rea'-ipnable,^ and not extortionate, a/
'is sometimesYhe case.    Wh.*n .an extortionate^ charge is made, the account
'is simply sent back to'the tradesman',
with a request fo send in the account
again, .Of course, tho trader-man"can.
if he wishes, insi'-t on being paid tho
full amount "of-'his original   aCocunt;
but  if  he does so-unlosd. of course,
, lie   .'an   'show   that , the   amount-he
charged is reasonable—he will lose the
patronage of Ins1 Sovereign, and'most
likely   of',all' other   members'-of .the
Royal   Family 'whose ,-namos  he- may
have  on ' his -books, .nnd 'this   might
Thousands of men and -women
who were Laid ot whrtse hair was falling
.out, le-Hif-,-to wonderful results obtimcd
from the'yeven Sutherland.Siste'r»'
Hair Grower an.   Scalp   Cleaner.
bamplc; «ni fr-r., Send ioe. in pay poitatte to
Seven buibf-rland Si'-.«<tj.', i73 King St, Wett,
Toronto.    J>,-icc, H»irCrow«r5oc. ind $..«*..
What  the  Future  of  Battleships  Will
Be—Tests Awaited.
Naval designers -who are looking into tlio future are having vihiona-of a
battleship which shall bc^larger than
anything of the elan? afloat; of greater spood than oxioting vesdels. and
capable' of waging battle at a distance
of four miles; and' this without tho
turreted, breech-ioadirig rifles villi
their complicated mechaniam of train-
ihg and loading. This is an,yet'only
a dream;, but it is based on "that de-
TTHE discomfort of
Saw-edged linen
is almost equal to the
dnjdf-*ery of the method that causes it.
Starch   doe-?
not fray your
| linen because
it thoroughly
penetrates' the
brie and produces
sufficient   stiffn
with but  the  w
' Slow" Trains- "^
At a reeorit, dinner,' General F. u.
Grant said of a slow railway in the
isouth *    , l. •
This line was so slow that the people uwk to l-irnpopning.it in the pros--,
thus, one Ueeoratioii Day ,a planter
wrote id the fiapier, ,the leading pa-
ppr of his  district. '
"'The. Editor of the Rapier.—Dear
birr—Js there  no, way to put a stop)
'    i , -, !
i, A'1
to begging along the line o"f railroad?!-    No   one  knows   just  how  the  case
tor instance,  ye--'"•'■'"•-  -- •       ■      *  '    ■
yestetday an 'aped veteran with, a, 'wooden leg 2*cpf jiac-s
with-theMifternoon express all the
way from,Paint Rock to Nola Chucky
and annoyed the passengers exce'ed-
'"gly- .giing' from one open window
to another, with his importunate so
Imitations.-—Vox  Populi."
1/ know i-ld
id*with nonsl
iri". appiyti'
-J—^Icilitr. &j
ir.'< -*"-, '
ipple the, :foet and * make
|t6rture^ yet "sure, relief in
*)f Holloway's, Corn Cure i»
lh of oil.  "    '      '-
r Op "j-T-sj
pold y«v.' -i!I
t-ha,*v fe
?S*  tlt&cT'ftJh'-l
.-ill.' ,'ttt.i li
mot1 jret,* .
folwi**"-**. '■"■
1     Uti. '-IB
goii.p to i*t',
,.'baVo laiw'-t
a-, I cft'-if
Xcw "-Y.Kif.
snt, ' Lurr.br
|t have pnrity-in politics-"
a.ho. bpeaktir,  oarnostly.
^i   wo--, wouldn't  havei any"
ehiarkcd "an .'old   ciimpaig--
p'*his head disapproviiijgly.
Hhia jLSdser."   >.  ,    -' '    . V '
REWARD, $100.-      *.'„
.^rs-of  thisr papery will .jje
%im thatYhi-re is'at least
§|*disease .that, science haF
.'cure?ih  all   its^stages,'
»3alarrh. r Hall's,.Catarrh.;
sonly  positive  cure   now,
ie ^tnedicar-   fraternity.\
.a constitutional'disease,^
fPCnstitutipmU' treatment *
jh   Cure   is*'0'laken\intei-.
-directlyrupon'* the- blood
"Crown.", and  there , are  special ser;
vice dishes lor special .-viands.    T   • .,
_'At'Sand.inpharn—where by-the way.'
lit is,the'roval plosisurb tbaiall clocks
b'_. lcont half an "hour, fast;'an' order
carcfidiy explained'to those'pruests'not
alreacly aware of it upon their'arrival
"—--definer is served on a flower-decked
table in lan°oak"room, the predomin-'
•ant ,color- of,, -which  is  b'iue,  and   it
too, 'is .heavy with ta]>estries and por-
tfaita of royalties.' "• I,    ,'   " .'        *  , <
.* No one sits down in the white draw-
ing'room,at Windsor,',nor in"j,be suite
of apartments that .serve as drawinp
_rdoms"'atJi-3andrir!ghain until the Queen
has seated herself.   But,IIer Majesty
is kindly thought personified, and never keeps .-her jruef is standing long.
Music and conversation are1 the -order'-of the1 evening, "and bridge'"for
those who like it; and .there, are al-'.1
,ways quantities' of curios vand-exquis:
Re pictures, • many *of'them with the
• personal. tourh afforded by'<their 'being 'Hhe, productio.ri 'of royalty.'s" own
h'ands;,to be'.shown and .eiamined.
. iThe-, King ,.and„ Queen, leave", their1
iruests for their private apartments at
the  end, of  the' evening; 'which   docs
-    -,-—--,-     -..^    ^o.M,.,v,   ti,   iiiicicisi, i mean  a, seriou^  monetarv .-loss, apart
in- fidelity of detail, in.beauty of color | from tbe. loss of prestige."    „     ,'-'     ,'
"" ''      '""   " ' *,Whan'the  accounts--'have   all .been
cheeked, and  carefully  scrutinized  by
the SuperintenderU of ,the- Wartirobe,
they "are submit tod, to the King,, and
are then promptly 'discharged. ,
^Of conrso<-*rnariv accounts that pas3
through Mr, Chandler's hand? are for
articles afor  which a'fixed  charge  is
made— -such . as for   theatre  tickets,
newspapers,,, periodicals,   and -books.
j These accounts are set'led.at regular
. quarterly" intervals'. . ,  .
Indus capacity "of supervisor of the
royal   wardrobe. ' Mr.' Chandler    has
and execution/anything,ever attempted (in 'Canada, and'will'bring"the Tor-
centenary celebration right inlo "the
homes of-those lucky enough' »6~ procure a copy. " j ■ „ - ' ■ Y '
To connoisseurs*The 'Standard Tor-
centenary dumber is "one that expert
judges would think could not be sold
under $2.50,' and. yet it is to" he -published at, 50 cents. It -will lie practically, the,-only-Tercentenary souvenir.; The publishers 'announce that
orders aie now being booked, and all
orders mailed on ."or 'before 'June W
will be certain to 'be,,filled. .After'that
| date the 'public must. Jake'" their*
chance.-first come, first served. ' , '
"Where orders ' remitted for "cannot
be-filled, remittance will' be refunded.
The Publishers of The Standard, 171*
,St^ James" St.YMontreal," have gained 'a continental reputation<for their
publication. The coming issue,' to
illustiate the Tercentenary Celebra-
£ioii,rJwill certainly be the most interesting thing of tlie kind ever produced
on"t|u's continent. "We preYct that.iu
one month after the celebration "it
willp be"-iiiv demand at even, ten dol-
lars^a  copy. Y     .' -    .   *
They cannot begin to issue enough
to moot a demand that will "be phen-
ori*enal.-'  It-is  a  pleasure ,to  testify
to ihe'	
It Has Maoy,.'Qualities.— The man
who possci-so,-. a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil is armed against
many ills. It will cure a cough, break
a cold,, prevent"sore throat;-.it will
reduce th& .swelling fiom a, sprayi
cure  the j-most   pers'slenl-dotes
. —        and
will, speedily ■ heal ' cuts   and   contusions.    It is a medicine  chest in itself,, and can be got for a quarter of al some-thing   of   a ,toy,  except   wit.hin
dollar!   P"      -, --, ■       »<. . ,! limited .range;   but   lately   to   it  has
been. given  a  propulsion" which   will
-_   -   .species
of  warfare  in  themselves.
Hithc-ito the rivalry has been largely between the gun' and the armor.
On one side has,been the aim to increase the power of the monster rifle
so that it will hurl its huge missile
of steel-through the wed-re of armor
plate into the vitals of 'the' ship of the
enemy. On, thu other'side there has
been an almost frantic offort' to thicken the shield on tho Hull' of the ship
o.- so compose it of elements that will
lessen its "weight- while repelling .the
shell. - -
stands at present, and will not know
until thpre can be some ^est of the
gun'in ifs attack on armor iinder'thoFO'
conditions which resemble in0some"de-
grei- the .situation of actual warfare.
The tests are now carried on at either
Yhe^ army or, navy proving grounds,
with'guns at no great distance from
tljc, armor, and the armor presenting
a i'fixed and certain taTget which., njay
b.? attacked, under the most, favorabie,
'All this is now changed by the increase in endurance of the'tprpedo;
"the most deadly of all .weapons' when"1"
■iiYcan bo fired with Taceuraey, 'and
when' it lasts' long enough to'reach
the' orjemy.    The' to/peclo'-used  to  be
Ce\WW\& S\&xr.c\v
■ Never Sticks,   Require no Cooking
Tbe Brattfoid Sura- -VUtfc-, Limited. Bnuitfor-L Cauda
The  Novelist Again.   ',    ,
"Water swoIl3 wood."
"ItJmuht. I've often noticed that a
noveli.-.t will wreck a skiff and then
float -mou-gli timber on to the dosert
is'lo to build a town."— Louisville
i.ouner-Journal.    ■
j he i(3oa of -.lopping your machine
to fint with' me'" said tlj*. pretty
Uttlo widow ;jt tho cro.-js roods. "Whv
you  mis.-s-id. a miltj m the i-ace."
"Oh, I don't iniiid that," laughed
She_ han-lsoine younpr ram*, in'tlie big'
racing mac-hitio.' "Yw Icnow a mi$s
is^iis good a.-> a mile." > '.,
'''"That may bo," she replied', "but'l.
am, not a mi-s; 1 ain a \ridow."~
Chicago  News'. , V '   ,.
of   gems
many C0rpplicated»duties to ,attend .to.'
Before tbe-King.'dons a uniform, it"ia
puts on'a dummy fiimre by Mr.,Chan- ' Prominent Citizeh'Under'Kn'ife,
dlers assistants, ,-md is then'carefully" VirdenY Alan.—J. W.-BagVard a
»nspectedJby the Superintendent of the prominent''citizen of this district, who
WarrtrobP. who»has to, see that every went, to Winnipeg for surgical treat-
buckle, band, stray and ribbon are ail ment, was suocessfullv operated' on
m their n-?ht places—a piece of work   by Dr. F. E. liurnhani"
"Won't'' the 'manufacture
hurt your trade?."    ,-
"T' don't think it will',in ,the 'long
run," replied** the jeweler.', "Think of
the rush we'll, have when we begin
to give'"a quirt of mixed diamonds,
rubies and sapphires, with every 93-
ce,nt' watch."~Phiiadelphia Ledger.
■ with !'":'
of' lo-l.-J 5
t' aro   th.'".l
.niatos.  ~~
surfaces, of the- system,
'roying the  foundation  of
,and  giving   the  patient    nb( moan,' however, that ^special invi-
, building, up     the    con-1 tations-may not be given by ITcr. Mail adsioting" nature in doing [ jesty l-o frroat friends for a chat tn her
The   proprietors   have   so! own  private  sitting room,  or  by the
'—*'-l .* ...     -ft* J ..    »^.n _ -      "
•b    Mr.--.
Jueidedl> l<"|
t-till    f.on'
affl*   H>■<.■/.',-! I'd
iv   hho'iv .111 t.'J
jfin its curative powers that'
'One Hundred Dollars foi
iat it ifail-s to cure.' Sand
testimonials.       '-   ' "•
' .Toledo, O.
^druggists,   75c.     '
3ih's   Family   Pills   for  con-
K|ng to, some favored individual for a
smoke and talk before bedtime comes.
> the value,of a'thing of'^surpassing
eiit.—--Exchange.    Y ','       ",        '
'-."When I started in business/' said
Mr. Dustin ^Stax/refiectively, -"I ie-
solyed never, to tell an ^untruth." ... .
. , "And- you kept your, word?"* \, *'
. "Yes. Whenever, I had' any-deli-'
catei business of that-sort ,on'-hand'f
hired  an" expert."—-Washington, Star'
ow do  I
ndor it, >..i!!fe
look pre!!
•d I'io k
kon all it.,i.
use ani,'1
ge," ?:iid i i
anco in I'*"
som^ p!i>*.'"i
icw .-prirt "iggj"
iron' Jciwco   Wor.acr.   .
Joined Router, who lives In «
■gr'cjilcugo.ois known as the
"wonder.    Taking a  plank
!fcet in len*jth, he gets two
to hold it while 'he. drive*
Jstcel spike to a good depth
Jg-small    piece , of   chamoif
^Jtjbcy'neck of the spike, he grips
pfiX-^tfe^th, and slowly but surelj
Tikexo'nies out        ,
num. fii1--""-^^
Y   l\"-';   ",.is«S
10.   but '.'j
L'oiiini\ '-• ■
f^ld Use For Collies.
jmbji of( fanners appeared  be
tOiruarvon .bench  tbe dtbei
jJined'esera[->tions from pay
if^' In   respect  of dogs  usee
in,B-    It   was   stated  Hint  i'
tM-iry    for   farmers   In   to-
_ ^[lor. of the country to, u-"
JJliis fiurpose.—London Mai
Her Goodness.
y   wife  is  a   very  good
•agouti,   nor' mother told mo
Ugt taking her (irst lessons
acKrrled her.
■Ksaoily.     She   was   good
continue her lessons on
Ida Press.
y don't you cu-t that out?
down a bit.
,ell. it's nil right to call n
Isn't It?
"Stead   of   calling   It   you
r It occasionally.-— Catho-
;and Times.
i nuiniiffU-i^
dive sliii'jl
"xes to ' ,4
8 MatcWf
How   thc   Sovereign' Addresses   Other
. .        Crowned   Heads.
When  the King writes to a crowned head, ho begins the letter "My dear
Brother," in accordance with tlie fiction that all 'real crowned  heads are
brothers.  This  includes  the Emperor,
of   China,   the   Shah   of   Persia,   the
'Kirg  of  Siam,   and   the   Emperor of
Abyssinia; but would riot inclndc the
Khedive, who is nominally -subject to
the Sultan.    Wlion writing to-elected
Presidents the  King compromises on
"My   dear   Friend,"   and   this   expedient cost a world of thought to Ministers in the reign of Queen Victoria,
when it became, necessary,for her to
reply  personally to  the President of
■ the   United   States—that    being    the
first   occasion - when  "a   Sovereign   of
Britain had personally w.ritlon to thc
head of thc republic.
It   may   bo   added   that "when   tho
King writes to the Emperor of Chir.p
thc address is so altered in the translation,   in "accordance  with   the'ridi
culons  custom  of the Chinese Court,
as to make it appear as if the King
had  addressed  tlie Emperoi   in terms
of  the most abject and  slavish'1 submission   and   flattery.     In   the  reply,
the   Chinese   Emperor   addresses   hi?
correspondent  rather   from  tho  point
of view of some poworful demigod on
earth who is signifying his pleasure to
somo petty and abject chief of a small
section   of   an    unimportant   nation
known generally as "foreign devils,"
(or  thnt  is  the   Chinese official  vio*.\
of   tho. •European    Powers   generally
This document is not, howpvor, nllf>w
od to leave tho palace.   It is oarofull;
bowdlerized by iho Tnrperial Secretar
into a more orthodox  shape, so  tlu
it may bo translated into iho foroig
language  without  giving offence, an*
tho   Chinese   "original"   accompanies
the  European  version.
They % C.earise   While   They   Cure	
Tho vegetable compounds ' of -which*
Panpelee's Vegetable Pills, are -"eon**-
po.**ed, mainly dandelion and mandrake, clear the'stomach and intestines1 of deleterious matter and restore
the dc-ranged organs to healthful ac-
| f.ion. Hence they are the 'best remedy, for indigestion 'available to-*day.
,<V tiial of them will' establish the
truth of this assertion and do moro
to convince the ailing ,than anything
that "can bo written of these pills.
,Mr=*. Houlihan, (sobbing)—I .never
saw ye till th* day before me unfbr-
elinit   marriage.
Mrv Houlihan-—An' I often wisht
yo hadn't seeii me till th' dav after!
that requires a mo-d, accurate, and
complete knowledge of a hisrhly intricate subject- lo be performed efficiently'and correctly.', '■*''' ' , .,
Yin addition, 'the Superintendent','of
the Wardrobe has to know how tn
place'correctly every", order worn bv
the. King. .'In his knowledge on-'this
subject, Mr. f Qhandk-r is said-toube
without a, .rival in.'Kmbpe, witivtho
exception   of   King   Edward .himself".
'.who is probably the'greatest,t, living
authority on the" subject,of Jiuropean
orders.      , ,
A "story is "told that'on one occasion,
the Sunerintonrient of the'Wardrobe
"passed"* the "placing' of,.the' Star ■ of
the. Indian ^Empire*, over, - instead; of
under,. the,-Star ofJ India .on one of
His -Majesty's^ uniforms, .the, latter
taking nrecodence over the'fdrmer order.,- His Majesty instantly detected
the slip which the Superintendent of
the Wardrobe had made, and drew his
attention to if with a smile; but-this
is the only mistake on' record against
'Mr. Chandler.' "" °
When  flic  Kin?
"Bob.Poorpitrse is about, to propose
to that heiress."   -  . \
"Has' he  thought  the  matter  over
cardfully?" ,Y     ',    •- '
"Ol yes-,'he lias even made-preparations for supporting himself in" case
she  refuse-;  bini."—Cincinnati'   Com
mercial .Tribune.Y ■"',,'.   '
carry it two miles, with, every pros
pect that,thi« distance will soon be
doubled. _ Battleships armed with torpedo tubes/which aro the 'means'o'f ■ <;,,„,. ., „-, . ,, „ ,
firing torpedoes, will some day be able ?1ve[Unanj , " -,"st p-'ve.-- Fido right,
to keep a foe at a respectable dis-' ■*• tj1rkon the'Jsaby's-food, jnany
tarice, and a battleship'having a"four- f ,},meA, ■} ^V,1 .do> naughty! 'naugh-
_.*-.   1.1..-1-   ■_   .*,•                  & -      - - J ty!, — Philadelphia  Press.
"What does you do when de wolf1'
I howL at.de do':-" .'   ,   ■     ■
,*"Wel3,^sulV"  replied  Brother  Wil--'
•larns,    I'liios' ingenruJIv sets'a-trap .
fer de wolf an' soils him tor a circus'",   ''
—The   Atlanta 'Constitution:
,,       ' ,—■ ——L— i ,
"Gracious !"   exclaimed'''Mr    Swcll-
man,   "the'-'baby ha* catem a'lot Vf   '
that dog biscuit."  ' -   „„
"Never, niintl, (rlear,"   replied   Mrs.   *'
Minard's   Litiir.' ent,   used ' by • Physicians.      '.-'•'
Sunpkins refuses to have his flat
papevfed,"- reported the agent 'of the
building-. -[•   A ' r, "
"What's".the matter now?" inq-uired
the  owner."    A ^    ,*,    , ';i        . .    i
V ','He   claims , 'they    'haven't   room
enough as it is.'V-Judge. -    ,    - ,  . ''
MINARD'S X1NIMENT is the only
mile torpedo in its ordnance "equip
ment. will be a''veritable floating terror of the sea.-
The battleship which' is lo be designed along the lines 'dictated by the triumph of the' torpedo will be"\a vessel
which 'may easily scorn,, the 'ten 'and
twelye-inch guns which are now carried in'"heavy-.turrets, and which shall
offer no discouragement to a vessel
which .may lire a torpedo four miles
and blow up the opposing vessel, no
matter how it'is freighted with turreted armament or laden with "invulnerable" armor. , , " ■' .
• The saving which may be effected
by taking off the heavy guns'and
abandoning the turrets may be us^d.
in giving greater weight to the mach-"
i'nery, and so diive-the ship'through
tho water at,a faster rate,, than ,is pos-"
sible with battleships tp-day. 'Sonttr
oj this saving jm.weight may also be
.used to give thicker armor plates along,
the water,; lin1e 'and below—"-wherever
the torpedo is likely to'strike.   '     " ,
Such a departure from, the existing
conditions ' furnishes many problems
with "which tlie naval"designer -must
cope. They, include such (.details as
the stoYage of the ,torpedoes, and their,
rapid ^handling by special mechanical,
devices ' from the magazines belovi
deck to^the breech ,or mouth of the
tubes above. Those questions' will not
bo . settled   without   the  controversies
Everjr   year   each ■ one   of us
consumes . 15-'-lbs.    of.' salt—-'
' Science says.  ■    „   '      »"    ' ,' ,,.
<-    1      '   l,       v.        ' -        . "
— More   th'an" a   pound , a-
month./        -, -      .-"
Just'as well   to ' have it pure.
Your   grocer   will • tell
,. .you there's
'   -in!-~'f?WS
;  ^i-YjtJI
A , —,-j^.A^-
'AX <«5VW
\-,.   i"£VA^-1^\
. - " -/-JYiFlf*
. ,i,4'f urn
Ask  for Minard's, and take no other.
"v I
v,'Johnny, why don't you bo a good
boy 'like your brother Willy?" the
mother was sternly"admonishing her
naughty son. ."Willy'here may be
'President_squid day, while you will
have to die in the sewer."
"But, mother," wailed Willy, "can't
I dig: in the sewer sometimes, too?"—
Harper's Weekly.   ',
detail   before-it is  submitted  to  Hia
Maiesty" for final approval.
His Majesty's uniforms are kept in
a long row'of mahogany wardrobes,
each .containing four uniforms. Each
wardrobe is numbered, and a full detailed statement of its contents is set
out in the wardrobe-book, the page
number being th.-* same as the num
ber of  the wardrobe.
Pleasant, Bay,
"And do you know this man's reputation for veracity?" asked * the
lawyer.      . _ ' -       ■
"Voracity!" replied tho witness.
"I should say I did. l He used .to
board with*Lme and I lost money < n
him light  along,"
Clara—When Tom proposed lo me-
he admitted that he had more money
than  brains.    ■
Maude—Well, T'vc ho reason to
doubt it, although 1 undcr-btniul he
hasn't a dollar to his name.—Chicago
v ~are
|» that makes finej
HWyer's Hair Vigor, I
!#»K$Ved formula, sys-
45™SSti*te conscientiously,
^esgng^Entirely new. New
lhe color of the hair.
Just  Stew.
There was  an old lady who liked   1
(She lived in (ho city of Kalama/.out ,
She'd the cleverest cook to bo found
Who would make it quite deftly, but
privately  swhero,
" 'Tis   a   shame   site,1*   a   haythenis!
name as ragout
Should  bo give  to this  iligant,  foin
liish   stout!"
LADY   WAS     CURED      BY
muli with each bottl*
Show H to your
A nie him about tt,
th*>xi do a* ho oay-s _
1 mniiiinii nnrr.iriT'ff'iiff-riirM
Deepest of t!r* Groat Lakes.
Lake Snpoiior  i-5 Iho depc-t of th-
gront lako-^.    U'"- croatost depth is 1.00.'
feet,  and   thc  lake  is  001   feel abov.
■V*-.. 'level   of   .^".-ll!!	
Gleam of Hope.
Orvlllo Aidup—Ah. hero com«-s that
Infernal bill collector!
Caller (prodiioin-*- folded document
with alacrity)— I am glad to hear you
say so, .Mr. Ardtip. I liave been bore
nine times without hlivlng boon a collector, you know.—Chicago Tribune.
Playing Safe.
Amateur, holding five aces, loans
over lo professional poker player and
whispers, "I-SIIIie, how would you play
that .Kind?" ■' ' ' ;
'Professional replies, "My boy, if I
tore you. 1  think  I'd  play  under an
Such is thc testimony of Mi. T.ud-
ger Diiguay. l'idgeon IIill, Quebec.
This is common "story. Thousands
of people have boon cured of Itch,
Piles, l->7.oma, or Salt Rheum, etc.,
by llr. Chase's Ointment.
Salt lilieum is one of'the', most important of skin diseases. It occurs
ni'ywhere, at any timo, and on anyone, lt often starts as a rash, eventually breaking out in sores discharging wafer. Unless something is done
to stop this discharge, a crust will
form, which signifies an advanced
stage of this disagiocablo disease.
Upon tho first application, this* ointment flops itching, loosen--; thc eon-
cresfod matter or scab, thoroughly
cloanrics the soie, and after all dirt
and poison has been taken out, it
allows nntuio to heal the affected
pint through its agency, pure blood.
Heio aio tho woids of Mr. Lurlgor
Diitruay.   l'idgeon   Hill,*, Quebec-
"The exponenco which my wifo has
had with Pi. Chase's Ointment for
eczema, and .salt rheum is of very
groat importance, 'because for many
months sho w*«s not able to servo
herself ' with hor hands. Since having used Dr. Chase's Ointment she
has  been  entirely  cured."
In the .most'simple'as ■well as the
most aggravated skin . irritation . or'
eruption, thilji ointment is certain.,to
give highly''satisfactory results; 60
cents   a  box,   at  all   dealers,   or  Ed-
A London Shrin'e.
Of all thc minor churches in London, Eng., that of All, H-dlows.' Barking near the Tower, which t,-*k<*s it=
aame from tho old Abbey and Convent
of Barking, in .Essex, i*-_most attractive to cosmopolitan nilerima.
Next fo St. -Pr-al's Cathedral, it ha.=
the largest mimlr-r of sichtsoers from
oversea, and nm**>*ig roer-nt entries ir>
the visitors' book nre those of people
from Ohim: Australia. Nov Zealand.
America. Tndia. and .Tnhannesbiirg.
, It was the rosorl of pious wandore*"**
from verv early times, a vision of-Ed
ward I. being reRnT.-i<,'h!e for this but
most modern pilerinis are -attracted
there -by its interesti*-.*!- association-
than in the hops of obtaining s-pirit-
nal dispensations.
Kintr Riohprd's ".lion heart" wa?
buried under the hi-fi*, altar, and fro"',
its proximitv to the Tower it was rlso
Iho burial place of rpa"v state offenders, the poet Earl of Surrev, Rishoi**
Kisber and T-ii-d. nnmno-st others,
finding a re-stinc-rilnee thore.
Gen.   French's    adventures    in   the
South  African  war were endless,  but
one cf the most nnui-ing occurred one
morning,  when' a war correspondent
with   a   rather   hich-handed   manner
came riding inlo camp.   Ho saw a soldier out-tide one of tl*°. tents,  so d'N
mounted.    "I5   this   French's   camp5"
ho asked    "Yes," replied  the  soldier
"Then hold my hor-»e while I go in nnd
flea rob for him." "Yes. sir." said tl"*
-oldie**, nnd immediately oboyed    The
war    ••orrcpondent    strolled    off    in
scare 1   of    French,    and    soon    came
across   a    s'aff   officer.        "Where    is
French?" he asked.   "He was  here a
moment    ago,",   replied    tho    officer.
"There  he is--Wit' what, tlie .mischief
is he doing holding that horse?"   The
war correspondent beat his way slowly   back,   and   foi*   perhaps   the   first
time in his life'.alo. hui'iibl-.- pie.
. ,-o a pc ■. rny. r» * a n' rs. a n o;
It is Cape Atiu no longer. Properly
speaking, it should be Ann island, al-
thoughLtbe old ai-slgnarion will prob
ably stick. Tlio dredging and deepening of the Anijls.ju'aiu river and the
new cut clear across the 'neck to
Gloucester harbor are responsible for
This new" wa leeway, which has been
constructed witb no boating of drums
or blowing of trumpets, is liigbly"ap
predated by the fishermen and coast
ers, who are Uivsi'Oby euubted to avoid
the rocky prom on lory aiid tho reefs of
Thatcher's island and the Salvages.
The first exeiii|>lincation of the new
channel's advantage was made oneway
recently, when a now schooner, built
at Esses, took ail vantage of the high
tide and came For hor spars and outfitting dicrct to (lloiR-ostee by Aniiis*
quarn and through the river and canal.
Otherwise It would have boon uoees-
sary to tow tier around tbe cape.—Bos
ton Transcript.
A Sporting Event.
Mrs. Peck'—Henry... do you .see any
thing In the ■ paper about Blinker run*
Qlng over bis mother in-law? Mr. Peek
—Not yet. I hnvt-'h't come to the sport
Ing news.—-Puck.
"teresting possibility of a gunless war
Seems Likely.
Bill—I see in a'favorable.wind a fox
can scent a man at a distance of one-
Quavter of a mile.
Jill—Of course he could scent him
farther if thc mar happened to be in
in automobile.
It Certainly   Does.
Howell —  Hoiiietiihei' one thing, my
1   Powell—What Is It?    1
Howell—It takes .more. than.'a doctor
ami an undertaker to build tip a town.
—Now York  Press.
The Poor Men.
Noll—A pir'l shouldn't marry a man
till slic knows all about him. Belle—
Good gracious! ir she know all about
him .she. wouldn't want to marry bini.
—Philadelphia Ue_cord.
Oliver C'-omwoll.
In tho early days of his career, while
lying in bod, 'Oliver Cromwell declared
lie saw the curtulns part'aud a woman of titanic stature appeared.who
told him ho. would be the greatest mau
In England. Cromwell was subject to
fits of high temper,
A Ron mania Custom.
Good luck coiuo-3 to a bouse in Rou-
mania If a   bat ai*d  n  gold  coin are
buried together under the threshold
■ Death of Dublin's Champion Joker.
Stephen    Cunningham,    for    many
years ' the   proprietor   of   the   famou.**
Ship   Hotel   at   Dublin,   was recently
found hanging from , the banisters of
the  stairs  at his  residence.    He had
suffered  from  insomnia, and had declared himself haunted  by the dread
,of ending his days in an asylum.   In
the stormy days of the Land League
Stephen, as he was popularly known,
took  great  delight  in   playing   tricks
0:1 Entrlish journalists who-went over
to study thc "wild Irish." . When 'the
intended   victim   was   introduced   the
conversation  turned  on  murder plots
and  all kinds  of  unspeakable  atrocities.    Suddenly it was discovered thai-
he was an interloper, and he was not
allowed to make his^eseape^till, with
blood-curdling    ceremonial, ' lie    wa«
sworn  to  dead  secrecy,   and enrolled
as a member of a secret society. Onco
a   Scotch   reporter  escaped  hom' Stephen's   clutches,   hastened   home    to
Glasgow,  and wrote' for  his  paper a
vivid  account, four solid  columns in
length,   of   his   experiences   amongst
desperadoes of Dublin.
London's   Water  Supply.
In   the   array of   staggering figures
given   in   the   annual   report   of   the
Metropolitan   Water   Board   the  most
impressive   aro   those,   which .express
London's     yearly     consumption     of
water.     In   tiie   twelve   months   tin*-
amounted  to tho  stupendous total of
82,12o,"240,3-17  gallon*.,   roprescntimr   n
daily average supply pt-r head of little
under  33  gallon-,   (nearly  throo  hundredweights ot water), or considerably
over v50 gallons a year for every man
woman, and child liviii-j on the entire
earth lo-dny.    It  is impocsiblc for thr
unaided   mind   to    realise    what   the
year's   supply   of   S2.1'2.">   million   gal
Ions really means     It helps us a little to say that this quantity of watei
would   fill   a   roiorvnir/ a  mile squar-
to n xlepth so great that, if St. Paul'0
Cathedral   wore   dropp-d   into   it.   the
fop  of  the  cross  would   he moro  than
100 ieet b'.-low tho surface of the reservoir.     The   area   .~>f   this   metropolitan
lake would bo little less than that of
thc City of London itself.
••   Sleep- a '
Like sl Top
Don't lie awake with the remedy, af
your celbow.     To   banish,  wakefulness, nervous starts,  bad  dreams—•
to   steep,   toundly   and   waken  -re.
In boxes 25 cents.
Sold Everywhere.
ueeii's   (Jnwersity
SCIENCE (Including Engineerin-r)
The Arts Course may be taken without attendance.
For Calendars, write the Registrar,
» Kingston,' Ontario.
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. Presumption.
"Bligglns says lie is not In a  happy
frame of mind,'.' said one artist   ',
.   "That's  like his egotism," answered
the other; "thinking his mind Is lnipor
taut enough to hi? framed.,'—Washing-
Chewing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
The big black plug.
Love   In  One  Octave.
Sunday. Madge, you seemed so fair
Jiov'e. the rasciil, came to bind me.
Monday morn I  feared  your stare.
Tnosd.-ty you ''thought fit., to mind me.
Wednesday—well, perhaps you'd caro.
iThursda-y .saw yon lips  resigned me
Friday  came' tlio  solitaire,
.Saturday  th(o vows that  bind me!
Are Hard to Cure,
Still at thc Foot.
Long—Why is it that you havo never
boon able to mount the iadder of sue
cess ?
Short—Because I have never been
able to find a man unselfish cnougla to
hold it for mo."—Detroit Tribune.
■will remove,  them, and  leave  no
l.ltMi.lsl.. l.oor* not. l»list.-r or rt1- .
n.ovc tlio f,.-iir. i.'un'sany i.ull'or swollluj-. Hor-ec-ui
be uorked *2.0nm>rl.vitvlc,,lflivo«'vl.lioo*' H-Crr*o.
AllSOKtaXK, Jli, tct loai-Jvljiil, fhliD ),(T
Dottle. <'urt*s Uoils, lii'Ui..ves. f:Ul Sore.-., Swellings,
Virlr-v...  W'n,i. Vafln.-.,*,-!,.. ;itvilrr>rplft.    AIU.'S l'-iln
H. F. YOUXO, P.uF,l37Mcn*m*iit!i St, Springfield. Has.
LYMAN SONS & CO.. Montreal. Canadian Agents.
Also furnlthed by Martin Sol. &. Wynni Co., Winnlfias
Tha National Drug A ChcirJcaf Co.. Wtnnlp4g and Colt/orf,
and Henderzcn Bra. Co. Ltd.. Vancouver.
Then  He'd Move.
Teacher—If your fatbor owed th.
butcbor $17.2.",, the baUer 513.23 and
the grocer 51v*>.05. how much would In
liave to pay In till?
Tommy   narluinm — Notbiu'.    He'd
Evory ttali fully Guunintveilf    J.*r-.o un
ami nr„ii..rly tuj.'v,-,.vl to ci.tu-   b.i.vr.l cars
..ly with Onntviii'in }nws. (    Ci.lL'Kry	
STA.-J0ARD500(!. p-rl,alc501b..
MANILA 550 ft.r-er ba|.50lb-. J
MANILA 6.00 f,, re. bjl^SOl b*^
FTi-V* on
■0*r3ers Ht!c**i»t':
uir«"b:iV*5 or7ii'»rn.  Terms imihE
with"oni(*r iirO. O. b.    rrouijit shh»in*;nt ».i*I >*i»tls-
fii(*tion LMiftrnnto^il.   AtU ns lor ?-»r(<*•.» un fitr lots.
COOPER CORDAGE CO., Minncapoli*. Minn. ��/-���.-��-,  fi'.'  -'  . 1  . As  <*    r  v    .  .    .'V 'i  ������ft.  i' .���v    *,  4-v"'   V-1 ,   ;   j  ' XX-A  ':  '�� Si'    ' . �� (  'f''*.i..-i   v  - ������* ��� h "���' ���  i   '    .'v      ','V  ft-;.'*/'  Y"1-' ' n - ,,  f . - * r > ->  Y  ���      ���* >  i'l.   ,N/.  }"..'*.      <& AX  Y'V 't . A'-  ��.���,���*������)-v - . J'  I 'A.- .',     '��  i..-'' -���  ��� > ,,,,-. .���->  r-ibhelied in thi interest of thi people  of Moyie and Kat-t Kouionay.  F. J. SM VTil. I'UiJWSaun.  bate   of   suucHirrio-s , ������  One Year $2.00  ���r ���    t j.i,    ^   *�� v< ���������  ^\X-iik "k  v?^thrp^r    ,",r ,  >, V   i   -H'   '   X '  il -r\rvV     ifi  |:;^*H' ''"'.  h ,%X>:Xi<. i.'  $%:$  rfr  - i ^U.'f >.'-'>. ';-,"; '  -!t;4Y<5.��'-, *C' "'r��*h  1*'YYiY|Y    .   ,  'f^Vji-i*-v   "'  .SATURDAY, J UN B 27   1OUS. /'  ���?  ...   ,      .-��     i  r/r"   ' '    ' - '  -TJ (-!'<���'���' I it-   '   '*���  ' Li. 'a" I^f*i*      v- -  ���.ffjYw,*,'*-'.Y*'i?  - *.v.;V3   'i,vrf**v S-^  5  - ^���.-wsf.'.iJi - j^r'-'  t I      *^    -VJU-  Hi**1*?!1''*���<?��� ���'��� :  rfl*��'*:A' .&--s  ,  ,,  *?���"?'.��� Y .*''  <*    r-l fi- .y** -"--^",    "^*  iffiAjflVAy  Making- Good.  There Is no way of making Jo^tinj;  ���frien.ts like "Makmg Ooo-I;" and Doc-tor  I'.eree's ii-.oai��-*aas' well oiempiny u.i-  and tuelr IrienJs. after moro tjcin Uc  decades of populaiity. .ire DLn.U-rod b\  tho hunJreis of tni.i.s.oia!.*-. -iliry nave  "iD-ido fiood" aud thoy havo wot s-aoc  drujikai.l*?. .. ,' .   .       ,  A good, htjnesB, tqaarc-flenl ineflicine of  fcijovir-*oinj>osit.Ion j*. Dr. Pierce's Golden  McUc-al p!g.-ovcry. It *,u'l enjoys an nn-  ir.ewo -silo, while most of tho picpara-  .tious tliat have coiuo into prcmir.en^o in  the earlier period of its popularity ha\e  "Jiono by t-bo bo-ird " and are never UrOiw  heard of. The,*o rau-;t l?e some reason f.-r  this lor.^-time popularity and that, is K>  tie found in it.-* superior merits. \\ hen  oico given a fair trial for weak stcin.-xh,  or for liver and Wood affections, Its superior cur'itlvoq.ialit.'os aro soon -manifoit;  heuoe it has survived and prov.n in *>'*p-  ular favor, whilo scores of less rriorltoi ions  articles have suddenly fi.*.--hed into favor  for a'brief period and' then been a3 ��oOa  for?ott��n.  , Vov ?. torpid liver with its attendant  In-ligesttou, dvspopsia, headache, pcr-  hapf dii^incss, foal bi oath, nasty coated  ionguo, wita bittor taste, loss of appetite,  .-with distress after eating, nervouM*ess  and dobihty. nothing is so 'good aa Dr.  Pierco's Goldon Medical Discovery. It's  an honest, square-deal medicine with all  Its iiigro-iionta printed on bottle-wrapper*  ��� no secret, no hocus-pocus humbug,  theroforo don't accept' a.substitute Ihat  tbo dealer xnay possibly loako a' little bigger proBt. Insist on your right to have  what,you call for. u. ,.���*  Don't buy Dr.-PIercc's Favorite Prc*?crip-  tjon expecting; It to prove a "cure-all." Jt  is only advised for woman's special ailments. It makes weak,women strong and  sick women well. Loss advertised than  some pr.spa.1 -uton-i wl.t for bite, purjiosos,  its storlint? curative virtues still maintain  Its position in tho front ranks-, where it  stood over two docades ago. As an invigorating tonic and stren-rtheniag nerv-  ino it'ls uncqnalcd.��� It,%\onH satisfy Uio-^  who want "boozo," for tliero is not a drop  of alcohol In it. ,  Or. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, tho origi-  ���nnl'Lltt'c Llvor P.ills, although tho first    -    - ' pill of their kind in tho market, still lead,  ���-,.���<-,    lAal-    w^'olr"  Tr,  ' ri-iiifc.iinl*d" and when onco tried' aro over afterwards  issue    lixsb    >voett.    xc    co-lc'll?'yu .,ln favo'r.   Easy to take as candy-ono to  'r-igLt pages printed  ou, book  pa- !.^e^dv^.MuCh,imtt<xt��J, but met  per,  and ��� the, ni ilcenp  was very     ' : "  "���  . ,Xfc is easy to foal sorry foi* a lot  'of paoplQ V*acLl y��u   Sefc rP�� }rn��w  them quite well.  There are times when  a dollar  bili goes ,f*.*)��chop  thau  a vragon  "   Lxadof sympathy.  '     .     Joseph   Mai ti", K. C.,'of Van-  1  couver,  has  gone to -Euglanii, on-  what  is   sail   tj  iSi a pvilioioal  ,        .        ,  ,   r    .    ,        ���       0-        y    .  joissiun. ' *\  y."lie ���    Oraiibrook ,   Prospector  -.    'cMinaoab with a  very  creditable  iieat and  attractive*  --.*' - ^l'v ..'--^. ^ffla*.,  I     , *fiKl?-'4 JTl-*.'      '  -"     * '  ,    Wm- At^AA'f     i    ' '  XA ' -.. "���' ,   .r''��^^.;f  |&t&fe4Y��;  e Apropos-of the Herald's .popular'contest our romantic reporter  1  'arted tbef.ll-.wiDg.      '\    ;  i , ��� i  There ��� "was  a   young  maid  in  Michel ,      "'      . '      .       ";      ���    .  1'W'tio   was    doiug    exceedingly  ell, ���    '      , ?  ' P     >, \  --    Till'a"girl at the  Hat  SaiJ .��I cari'fc stand for  that,"  Aad star.te(J fcohystJe  like .������  i     i  I r"-.        y^      >$X$��hx-  lf->Af< ���*    ".  ii<m��i*$  >t.fi'.�� >*v-��tT     -*4  -     ' T.'*' ��,*is'*f2-*. . ,'v    .-  lf2'.^"B!.-^'  ��� #'*Kl^;^.  ���l3f*��?Bft*j;ur  ,   Just  qu  fire, and as he  has  not  since  re-  ���-���->, H - -      -  -   ** -       ���    .  turned it is, feared % tha fc the' bal-  5inceof,hi3 admirable peom will  never be written,���Calgary Her-  aid. ' . <<  "'F'O3,   SALE. t  /rrT'7  '-.������.,.,������ -l*-.,....x ^...inp^i.i M.c-Jr��-uor  'i, ,p ���-������   Virlori-i    i r.��-!._   S..punnn*.  , OJd Fellows cordialh' invited.  tl.J.-'LoW'^, F.J.Smvth,  N<��.u-<Ji >"'i. &',C1 --  ���     ��  Fishing Tackle  HODS, BEELS, 1?LIES5  BAITS;, LIN D��S, HOOKS  LEADER-BOXES AND  TEOOLS. ,    ,  ' Greenheart,rods from $3 to $13;  -������m. bamboo ,from $1 60' to' ifo.To;  Lance wood rod.s from , $2�� to $3  Trunk rod-; f i oiii .f-i to ��-1.50.   ,      ,  MOYIE-' BRU(i. -AND  STATIONERY ,���'STORE.  For sale, valuible ' 'boardi iiz  house . property. Thirty ..feet  frontage on Ta\Mock" street,  aEoyifl. R. G' ,Tho .building "Consists'of a two story ft;ame liouso,  -mansard roof,'*including sitting  room,'dining room," kitchen, pan  .try,' store roorp and ofli-jc aud 11'  bedrooms. Building ' m-?c*y; be iiii,  spected on. ' applies tion to IV.  Campdeli, ��� M yie.     Tenders  will  rust'atthifc sfcji-|a'ha  had   to;l be received afc 'the office of W: F.  it to follow Cappy   Smart to a   ^uid, barrister   Cranbrook, 13. C.  up to August, 1st.'190S.- ���     ,  CARPENTER. WOKE?.  r'-W-,1-V'^ h ,  'k&y^y-uX  ^vwV'-Y-  .'t.*-**.?*!*."^  Vl*-^-"!-.     '  ���^-l*!----!**-*     l^"w,l,     J*<.  I ; *��� jAa *'   -  1 -SiSl-  r  '^5"      X;A0  ;Urte V'Y-C ,  .{.r..Yf?\-n.  '.It.-^-iUr^'-f  . ,f\yi '.tV^.J-v  m$)M\ P hiV*    il  tfiS&fjFJXi&ll  I ]-* ���* l*!*    *    *  ���     The world ia fi,ill ,of people who  '   wouU r-Bther be gold bricked  by  a stranger .than't^ deal with men  ,   intlieirown towns  who'  are  of-  fjring    legitimate     investments.  . Fox the small investor, Moyie offer.? a better    field   today   than  "Vancouver or. any   of  the others  coMSfc'cities.    Yet there  are  hundreds: of dollars of Moyie  money  tied up in property on  the  coast  po far out from the  cities that  it  will be years  before  the owners  will bo  able  to even  get   their  ordinal money invested out .of  it.  There is  an  urgent demand    iu  JNioyie   for    houses,     and     new  houses rout as  fast  as  they are  ready to   occupy.    A    house    in  Moyie that will cost from $300 to  $300 will rent from $10  to  $15 a  month.'  A house iu    Vancouver  coding     from   $1509    to'   $2,000  would only bring the same rental.  All parties   de=irous  of vhaving'  ~ ....  any .carpenter, work  done  cannot  do better than com rnunicate./witb  ;Wm. Bridges ,or  Win. Meredith.*  Aldridge. ^ "Pi-icts.     reasonable.  'Work first'class.    Orders may be  lef c at Fitch's store.  Geo. Ra Leask & Co.  ���   ,   builders and  contractor!     \   ���  Our Woik is   our   Adyertisemenfc  ���3t. 'JoseDh's   Convent.  ���i   ' "      " KELSOS, B.C.'  j-io.irdmg and Day' School 'Coriduc-I-  -���d l>y Hie Sixers of St. JosVph, Nelson,  ti." G. CprnmcrciiU ' and--, bnsipesf,  ���mirf,et- a' upeoialty. 'Excellence and  -.���.wit p.rr>gr'*-?8 chiiraclo��ize-each,1 de  ���mrlnieiit. .Parents' sl.ould ,write for  ,),-.rti< nl.ir-?. One moulli as-sujres the  yiiMio* of .'the thoroughness of the1  dJstno' methodB of teaching. Term**  ooiniruuco January, April and Sept  rupil-j sre nihnitu-d during tern-.  - S-r  i*l   JfoiX  49$  ���Pi  <e?AJL  St. Kuisvm* J-v'<l��r" *vr"' '���i~"  xf^\S\   K. of,P.  '_-,'    .^^*^r  \f\  Mcelf* cv.-ry ThurFiiuy  jtvouing    in    WcGn'toi  */).hll,at S  r'clock. ' Yi**-  C     iting brothers invited.  Wi J-- FBiiTH vji, y- A- ] h Uj  Chancellor Opm.. K* B��and F��  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Wo. 71 W. F/of M. t ,  Meet-sin McGregor hall every  Sntiu-  tUy  evouintr*     Sojourning   men bora  -ire oordiullv invite-J w attend.  John Taylor .  ���  ' ,Thoa. E. Kelly,  President.    , , Secrelnry  Shoe Repairing  Mining  Shoes  kade to Order  s-sgkMMfti  THE CANADIAN BM  ;    OF COMMERCE  HEAO  OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTUir.iq.-i;.,  mm  B, B. WALKE8, President  ALEX. LAIRD, G*?neral Kanoser     t ,  Thenttculion of tlie Umrls and' ^'orka Ue-  pftrtnit-ui hHiiiubteu.dir��*ctPdnu> UicfW'.l, tbat  t.j\\:i lots lu h tow ��-ne immo.-l J-rtiK-- 'llupert,  being-rlsnlMllvi-ion of Lot Oii,' Ran<o 5 Co����tr'  Di-.liiv.--t, ��itl:.ite.l oa .the mainlaiiil bet-rtepu  the month ol lhe Sl-reevm River, arid Kaieu ,Ts-  land.iiro being offered" for Mile, it Ki\>-*beeu  doomed uecces.-jiry to wafii the public, ihat the  said to-vuslie Js liot s!tu-*.t*.-d at tho terminu* t)I  th��i.Graud Trunk FuuiUc l'ailway,' aud is not  the. iowns,itc'��'bicb.'is owned "joiritly, by the,  Government of British Columbia aud thc Uraud  Trunk l-aciaciluilyta-t Company. t       " , ^ '  ' ,     , X ' , '', tJ <      f. Ji yvlt6s\\  Cniel Commls-iloner of Laudh and Work-s,  Lauils nn'd W��rkt> DcpartmeutB, <   Y r ,'  ' * . Victoria, B. c/ilay 1st, 190S.     ,   ' ,     "���  ��� IlEA-D   Opi-ice  CRANBROOK  "C. C.  T. T. McVitlle, C. E., I". 1/ 3. IT.   X. P.aritcr, G  McYITTI'B,& EAREBTR  . '  Piioviscial'Laxjo Scrvevixg    f  . ^ , ( f  E.VJI.WAY  &   "K1K1XO   EXGIKEEKTSC  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Port Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  Q. '-A..RENEAU,  ' I  . BARBER. '  i n f     ' i i       "'  FivBt Class:Work -  - '' . ���    a*  HOTEL '-.'KOOTiENAY  "   ' '" '       ' '       " '       Harvey,''   McCarter'&  ^iacdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  ! '     "  ''      '    '      "' ' -o    r��  Cranbroolc.   -   - ��� XB. L>.  i t f>  W��� E, GURIV  '    ^B.VItKISTEH, SOLICITOR,,' SIC  ,   ��� > r * i' .   I"  CRANBROOK.  .. * , X  "li. C  ,.    G.H.DUNBAR     -  '"���   i "'    4     ���     - ^  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Elf  , . ���'Cranbrook, B. G.  dr.:e. b: miles,Vi; x,���  fo-A-izt-AA::.'-"-' -; ���   gap-  W  H'^XHk' \   *  rTa. smith  SHOEMAKUlt,-.  MOIYB, '���-  *   '/, STOP AT THE,     ,''  COSaOBOLlTAN'';���;,:' \  WHEN IN  ( ��      13  ..*      ^1' CfR'ANBROCJK  E. II. !sJlXf.J-<, "Ua��n*t��yr.   ' .'* ',  , * . *"*���,'  '.a'Good rooms", goiid   mbU'E ��ud   bar  ���    ftnd "first r-.U-*5 sumj.le ooi-s.  i��i>  Paid-rup Capital, SI OjoJ  Beserve Fund, -" ^  A GENERAL'DANUNO BUSINESS TRANSACTED'AT ALLBtei  v ����*. *-.��(*-. *>lf. ���������- '  *<\  URAFTS 'AND'MONEY- ORPEHS', sold, and mKisy lr^  f)    ' , telegraph or letter, T (l'  COLLECTIONS ma<3e;in all parts of Canada ar.rt b foreign��  FOREIGN  BUSINESS.     Cheques and drafts ori thc Uifttf  Great Britain and other foreign countries bc\*r,-.t and -^  - tiwm  CRANBROOK BRANCH,  litan Hoi  HARRY 0IM0CK,  PrcpiJetor.  t i  > i i   . i(  ��� o a ���- * . , * I  ...    " ''      .-.v'Ne'arcsi**Hotel id ihe Si. Eugene mine.  ' ^    "   .Headquarters :��� for- Miners.  BAR ''ST. BPLIED WITH, JiE^TBBAKXJS.OF LICirfuiSAjaj  "�� -*��� Rates $l:."OQ a', day (j and up. ,  ���vr ,-Y-^.uV'  ���.*  ' ' ��� -'W'>---*J��Ss��?��*slS2^^^S  -'���-'*         '"v-a*^  Wm;" Jewell1  ��� 'Express-and Genei*--  * .al; Delivery. ���Eusi-'^,  ;' ness. *   Li very,-. and   ,  "���F.eed'Stable:-;*  WppD./AND,"; CO At,  '"  "Por. Sale-' ���-",  "P ",.',"��.'   Leave'Ordcr*s,"at'',,,'Y  Moyie,  'T  \{   L British,.Oolnmbiar,  '^ -, , u ,   .A -. ->- v. A ,. .,-^ "'--VY '- '  ���<     V.  ... .. ,l  See  F. J. BLAIR, Aloyie, B. C.  '  '���,*iiff*SSsK  S-S.-J  i-;,vY Y  Lowery Epigrams.  Thinking of Spring,  Fainting, Etc? :  THE>T   REMEMBER  B; H.. SliORT,  BLT YOUK  3X8 o lo SSL,C3C3 o -^ *  'Geoi^e'HY.Thonipson,  - , BjTrbistkb' jJo-licitou    -  r.  .-.- Y'  v#     v    f.aiy .pUilLIC, &0.  CRA.Nr.KOOK,   .  British Columbia,  INTERNATIONAL '  .HOTEL?  Tiiis hotel is now unclifr' new  ���management, and is Qt'st class  in every respect.  , !B. ,E.  TAYLOB, Mgr.  ' i  Victoria Street. MOYIJi  SEND  YOUR "WORK .TO .THE,  ..    .-;       "     ����� .    r   '   '    - ,   -.  KbOTENAY  '.':*.  steam;.. ,.% ���'  ,..k.LAUNDRY.   \,  ,  ��� ^ * "~ it  NELSON  i '-  All White Labor.  X X \Xa .   -   -\vLIMITED:."  -j.. .  .   1*4 *  i  JD  Loave work with the local agent^  A, B.  STEWART;  w-fUrt"'!  FROM  1.  *i  . I  Always respect a  missed  hole.  Id i<- tlie s\viffc a<i that   catches  ���iho slow dollar, h  The egotist is insane. Leave  him or her alone.  .Most cf the churches deal almost entirely in cannod goods.  Many a m m in trying to save  1 i - soul has lost his body.  IE som-sbovly send.-* m the  **, Ira wherries we will nutlo the  v-rr-itn,  A workless job suits a great  ininy people these  languid day*-.  A   good  wife    does  not   com.- .  -vindji* the  classiQcation of excess  b \��gage.  CRANBROOK,  13. .0  Box"   33.  Will serid conipetent  man to paint, kalso-  mine or paper your  home,  A B, Stewart  & Co,  ,rf M-i-^ ll    mn *.^j*M**��"*Z.**"��*t-*'T*m  I   ���  i      r  ' i Y:������'������";���  !'��"!;; X  XXlPP  Westward Ho!  JUST ARRIVED  A   fresh  supply  of  our noted  Imperator Hams  and Bacon,  ICams, Slo per   100   pounds,   10]  cants per pi.mul siugle   hams.  B.won. i;U7    per   100   pounds; 1S1  cents per pound --ingle   slabs.  Try our Shamrock  Leaf Lard and Empress Creamery but  ter.  THEY   AT1E A SPECIALTY  t. .,'  ii:AX'AA.  mmm-  ii;AiA��AM^  ;'jio,ugh latp from the pre-i^e*-  ..iio .rijiie issue of .^estvyard II-;!  with its,splendid s^Q.r:ies and illii---  tnttionsis by far the b^.-it number  yefc turned oiit. Cy ^yarman hail. ca.pit-.al story .'"The Heathen."  au-1 R.iy tl()rnimin, an equ-rlly  \.',-.*!l known magaiine .write** contributes au amusing phanfcapy of  t.h<* fu'eure ' entitled "Jfo B til".  !.,I.ina Irene  British Col  ��� rapiily making a name for her j  fiction has a sweet though sail j  story'in "As   She  Sowed."    Next j  month Wes' ward  Ho! commences* i ^mv  its  third volume and  announces    W��  -��-��.   xSJc.ii. J. X x  as a  i-ipecial  feature  a  sketch  of  K'.v Wilfred Laurier by the editor  in   his   departmenfMen I  Have  Met"        ''   . ���" "   " ii'" '   " .: ���  e entitled "Jfo ii til". f% n!??!^'  e MicCoU, a young ! F n\% ft M  hirabiau   w:riter who is    *   '       $*���     **  yj  s 5 r >Jet!.5"?TH  7IE, B.-.C.  LrNOLKUIvI ,       CARPETS  When   furnishing   your  home or hold don't for-  _ S<d   wc can furnish  you  p.-oniptly and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON,  -   -   -    B. C,  A-; NTS  Mason it HYch Piano Co.  Oatcrmoor JM'ittress.  Oh-be-Wernick Oliice Furniture.  n�� **i��*Cf..-k.-t MOVZ?  -THE*-  EmbalratT and Undertaker,  Phone 0. '.CRANBROOK  Mral IbIu  "DKSAUI.XIKK     UKOS,    I'opg. |  Lur^e sample room in connection  -villi house for commercial men. B<  of ifjcommodaliona.  Jluiidquflrlers   for   Com-  merciH. and Mining Men.  QllKENS: AVKNIIE,- MOYIE,   n. 0  GENTLEMENT ���  Tf you want a   stylish,   up  to date Uilor made  suit, call  and inspect our spring goods--  boforo ordering elsewhere.  We - guaratee   all  Our Work.  Cleaning,       repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  U.i Hi  rUU..! L    ���  ���     Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, B.C  !. L"-������' McKltLOP  'ASSAYte;  0   F. DB"5AUI^NI��R  DEAIEH  IN  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  Queens' A^re.      MOYIE  *'" ���M'OYTE'--'H0TF  1    ~" '���/:   P.:fX'J0BJ\'S20JV  ��" ' '  | Thw Hotel Is New and-well Furnishei  1 ' , Tables are Supplied with the B"  1    ��� y Market affords. The Bar, is Fill��  As _    _   .  (tl  >.t  * ���' ',   HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERC1AI  f AND MINING MEK  &   norm -   -    *-       -L      -       -      '   ~. niunw  the^Best Brands of Liquors and  :e  NKLS02T.  B. C1  Summer    "Excursion  Rates East, $60,00 j  Fiom Moyio to Wiimipcfr.  D"-j  lutli,   Fort    W"Uliaru,     St.    Paul,  -Uoiix Cily.  Ciiicago     .... ��� ifT.J.."0  Sb jjouis  <>" "j"  Now Yoik 108 51)  Toronto ��J.J0  Montreal  105 00  Otto v\ ft '���   --10-Y)0  St. John. N. II. 1200C  Halifax ������-��� 'X'  -Hdnoy, C.  I) IWiOO  Ticlvpts on rialo iMvy: ���! '.'and  18,  Tune.5, 0, 19 and,20: July (5,   7, .22  md23;  August   0, 7,   21   and  22.  'llJ08.    First ���'���cl-i'.ss*,    round     trixi,  NINETY DAY'LIMIT.  Routes���Tickets good via any  recognized routes in ono or both  directions. To destinations cast  of Chicago are good via the Great  Lakes.  For further information  rales,  -sleeping car reservation apply  C. Iv McnilSRSON, G. P. A.  Winnipeg, .Man.  J, MOE, D. P. A.  ...j ..���:.''.      poison, 13. 0.  3   fS^fl  w  1   is  i   si j  A-*   n-rik l��y Iho prceeiil. brewer   i*-  -'.'y1''  Brtt Keer in flatt JCoolonny. Willi ��!"��� 1!',-;  i ho rarest Kiiring Wuter it is u-icxci*.!-.-* -'>  ! luBiot on .lmving Moyio Utcr.  Bottled and Draft Beer  tn  CHAS. INDEKWIES, Blgr. Ite  C^^SC25S^/JA^?lAZJW��J^  -^���ill  er  IN*. ALL, PARTS OF r^oWXIld  Insurance, Real  Estate, CoIle^flaB  "3S5?  *    Xcr-  ���"js-**1 v S


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