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 IP  festfjf  t^-^^y  /5?  MSI   r��  MO HE, B.C.. MAY 24, ii  1902  SSA YEAR  r;. e  ��'��ilh  >.U\\,r.., fr���  m hlmnjilu;-.  Ji.      C.        ^ I ��� i ��� 1 i . - '   ,       ' . r  i , ������-ia..,    .-,.,    mc1JUJOr    from  '/,     bOUtl. L;>(, jv'-. 0it,M ..,   ...   ,  f !. JVjU'tu"y) has been   jujik-  j'ng  h impel/  hemd  in  1"1'-   -���il  the Provincial  ��  I legislature at Victoria, lately.  /iK ���'  ^bpe"r:s:il? ��3' Ihe needs ol South Er:  he said   tii  Int  the   Govern-  mm  ''' company; ' .-.-  ���^i^Sli^!7i^^'^S7iZ^^i^SL^i^>,^'A^>  -'">^r:i^>��^.'��%Al.-<vk.'<5i>'-^!.'-<Sk"  -IJSH," Ne^. -s^.. <au-  ADAIN "BANK--OF:  COMMERCE  d Up Capital   $8,000,000,  A i &><y^-  A |H,eut had promised last bet.s,ion (o  ;pro,vide suitable buildings a* Pernio  ���aod Cranbrook for Government office*  Jp ��� and , lockup,    rie  had  received    this  W j I,r.0I��^se from  three of the  Ministers.  W \Tho Present Fernie building -was a  ^disgrace to the ' Province and was  known as thc "Black Hole/' probably  alter {he Black Hole of Calcutta. ' Ho  had expected , eoiv.e assistance along  these linec,.if not, from, a eerise of  justice, on,the ,part of the Government,  then from a sense of shame.  hi the year 1900-1901 Southeast  Kcoto-mv,' :c-';civcd only one-tenth m  rnucli from the public fund3, as Northeast Koof<mny, in proportion to tho  revenue* contributed. Dtning the  Pi-Kljear they hail been treated Ki>me  what better, but were still only getting  one-firth itf. rnuuh as Northeast Kootenay. jr-i hoped the Government  would see its way clear to provide for  the buildings promised, and saw hope"  iu tlie prediction that the Opposition  would succeed to power before very  long.   '  ���' JHUBERT, HAINES, MGR  ZimkmaiiUmmmMm4^Smmmm^i^^^^  r\  \  N.^A^MacKenzie, " Proprietor,  for,tlie   masses. ''Everything First  ���v :rAspflf��t.      sample [Kooms   tor'  Commercial Men.  ' "4-  '���"   British Columbia/  3fj  JM  it and L v?  GENERAL  NEWS   NOTES.  ���Atlirr Clpnnup ivJI]  lie I^arrjo.  Atlin, May 21.���Great excitement  prevails in the Atlin district this week,  aa the' spring clean-up lias begun, and  the sluicing of the winter dumps pro-  "duce results far beyond expectation.--.  Indications are that over $100,000 will  come from the Pine creek dumps alone.  On other creeks, namely. Gold Run,  Howard and Brunner, miners are .getting as high as $40 to ^the man daily;  and several are ptUting in steam  *>��n*p5 -erhd lidi'ts. An" 'expert rho  'hfefc =jj��e"ri fefcth t'f6ei:S "ctfefes that <H-dld  3cn'iB as gob'd as 'ibldorado in tiie  Klondyke. Latest advices���are that a  stampede has taken .place to 3old Run  and many miners and prospectors are  taking up claims'.  S.-J. Marsh of Moyie was ��� Running a Hoist  .the Mine and was Amongst- Those  Who Perished..  m  LOCAL    NEWS.  BESAtJE^iKK BliOS,   rfopS.  Largo   sample   room',in. connection  with house for commercial men.* Beet  of accommodations,   '  ��������>..  Eeadqliarters for Commencia! and Mining Meri  ''j#.jr.^^.^.^.^.jar.^.^��^\*tir.  M"oyiE; n. c.  ��lalHHl     MaHUl I IF"     �����ffi����-*-��^.- _        _  Mark Brook* has returned to Moyie.  Hugh Cameron of the Moyie Lumber Co. was in Cranbrook the first of  the week.' .  ' I 4.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hill were down to  Cranbrook Tuesday to attend the  Bachelors! ball.  The political meeting which .was  called by the Liberal associaeiou for  last Wednesday evening was postponed  indefinitely.  , Rev. W. L. rihoridan of tho Moyie  Methodist church, left, for Ins home in  the cast last Monday to remain.  C. R. Palmer, of Palmer's Peerless  Pants fame, was in town Tuesday.  X'almcr is a hustler, and never lets the  crass grow under his feet when lie is  out for biz.  Tho St. Eugene company, has over  25 men on its payroll at. the piesent  time.  < 6anada has had its- most horrible mine disaster,  Between, 175 ..and' 200 miners are entombed in  the coal mines at Fernie and it will be a miracle,if any  eoGape alive.. In all probability "all are "dead-" An ex-  posidri 'of .gas oW.f red -a:t -7 o'ok'efe ttersdaj eteningj and  a portion of the workings caved in 'feto -ott'tteg ^,,'��orI"'  munication with the outside. ���   '  'The, latest information is that 46-bodies'have been recovered and that there is still supposed to be' 150 err  tombed. '      ' '  . S. J. M&rsb of Moyie is amongst the entombed. He  was running a hoist in the mine- ���  it ' ' ��  Tho mine is ou fire and the work of taking out the dead is very difficult.  So far as known only one man escaped with.his life.   A "boy 'who  was  working in the,mine rushed out only   to   fall   dead' when   he   reached    the  surface. .  The scene at the mine is simply appalling.    Men, women and children  are crowded'round waiting to hear of news of their rela'.iyes or friends.    It  is  almost impossib'/e to identify the bodies that huve already been taken out.  " All celebrations for today in this di^trlJt have b?en declared off.  Orval Miller, chef at the Moyie hotel, [ SBt3sa8gSg2SSS3^BS2^saa  was down to Cranbrook Tuesday on  a j a" J" MAKSI*  '&��$m&i$&m  V., Hyde   Baker    passed   through  f so wo can supply frou with good Tackle.  m  m  i  line of Rods, Mies, Minnows, Eeeis,  Tets, Fly Casting Spoons, Kirby hooks,  [ilk Braided * Lines, Braided. OilgSilk  :6n Lines, Fly Books.  r;andifresh from the manufacturer;  iV"  ttan  ^��0  .& ^istieraiarii  Moyib 3'esterday enrouto to Xelson  V. Desaulnier  is  in  Cranbrook on-  business today.  There will be   Sunday    school   and  Bible school in   the  I.  O. "O.  F.  hall  tomorrow afternoon a I 1  o'clock  [ are welcome.    Service will be held   at  i the   Moyie   Lumber   Co,   mill   at   3  o'clock Sunday afternoon.  Look al Beale & Elwell's new ad.  It is reported that Bert McNeil was  killed near the Porto Itico mino at  Vmir a few day a ayu.  Coustablo JDrummoud has been ou  tho sick list for tevcral days past.  Thero seems to be no -.nub hi tiie  report that James Cronin had sold his  mining iuttrests in northern California  for a largo figure. Mr. Cronin will, bo  back to Moyie about, the first of June.  Ono of tlio new boiler.? for tlio St.  Eugene comprrssor has arrived, and  tne other one is expected daily.  Don't forget that all Free Miners  certificates empire one week from today, P, 1>. Hope, deputy mining recorder, cab renew them,  It if reported..Ihiiit.^.' ,A. .Scott was  quite sick ,ih ^13 Sarnie, hospital a  short time ago.       :    ���,  Mr, aud Mrs. Ed Lawler left for  Cranbrook Monday to remain for some  time,  sort of, a "rubbering"  expedition,  and  incidentally  to take in the  Bachelors  ball.  Frank Guindon is doing assessment  work on the' Iron Mountain claims,  winch are situated about two miles  south of Moyie lake. The Iron Mcun-  tain is owned by McM.ihon B:os.  H. V7. Ross, formerly a newspaper  man, but now in the mining business,  id here from Spokane aud is staying  with Mr. 0. J. Johnson on ��� the west  side of the lake.  If volt want any life insurance or an  Ajl j accident policy, ask Beale �� Ifhveli to  quote you some figures.  J. S. MacEachcrn is in receipt of a  letter from Gr. T. McGregor, who has  bceii iu New York City under the  treatment ot a specialist for somo time  past. Mr, McGregor when he wrote  was preparing to le.ivo for' roipab.:u,  Ont. Ilo is feeling much better than  when he left. Moyie, and th'iiks he will  be able to do light work Ibis surnner  lie says Now York is a  for a aick man, prescriptions alone  cootiug about 30 per cent more than  iu Moyie.  Samuel John-'Marsh,   who   is entombed in tho burning  coal   mine  at  Fernie, wa3 a   resident   of  Movie for  nearly three years, and   was  Q. member of the Moyie Miners"   union   Until  a few months ago..   Mr. Marsh   was  a  good youi-g man, isnii wh'ile   in   Moyio  took special interest in   niinstering   to  the.wants of the aick   or  injured.    If  he was outside   the  mine  today  it is  safe-to say that there is net a man  in  Fernie who would be1, working  harder  to assist in rescuing  the  dead  or  re-  At Kootenay Landing the lake is  now 10 feet, four inches above low'  water mark.  Lord Sholto Douglas has equatted on  land near Creston, and proposes engaging in cattle ranching, .  It is stated that the death of Archbishop Corrigan assures,the appointment of Archbishop Ireland as the  next American cardinal.  *-The vaults of the Bank of Martinique -  at St. Pierre were found intact j and  securities and specie to the value of  2,000,000 marks were forwarded to  Fort de France.  A drinking fountain,, made of native granite, surmounted, by a bronze  statue of Ttev. II, Irwin,' is. the latest  suggestion as tlie ��� best, means of disposing of the "Father Pat" fund at  Rossland. #      ' "  Timothy Eaton & Co., Toronto, cut  wages on tbotr printers aud a ntriko  hay ���bcen declared against the firm  by the International Typographical  "Union. The pressmen, prenaieederrs  and bookfolders have also gonft out.' .-,  Esther   Do'wie,   daughter   'of    Dr.  Dowio,   proprietor   oi   "Zioii,"    died  Wednesday night of burns (caused ,b'y  her hah igniting from a gas jet.    She ,  wns unattended   by  a ,physician ^'u'ntl  died   in   horrible .agony    while   ,her _,  father prayed by her bed side, ��� ���  . Colonel William F. Cody, better  known tts'"BnfF:ilo Bill," has given -to  Captain Charles Christy, an old comrade in the early Bcouting days, a ,  ranch of 160 acres -On the . Sht'shone  river,. near the,. National park in  Wyoming.' Captain. Christy, who was  a partner of -Buffalo Bill jears ��agOi  served the government as o. cdou*  under Generals Miles, Custer and deok��  and fettled in Denver. Of late year��  he lies not been doing well financlnlly;"  dolorie'l Cody hae ordered his 'superifi-  tendent to sertd transportation to bis*  old friend aiid his wife, and adds tha'fc  they niuat take possession at once.  (   . I1"  Special 'to the Post-Intelligencer  at Seattle froiii Dawson states thatr  Joseph McDonald; stipefintendent of  the' Tread well mihes ori Douglas"  island, today shot and killed- Nick  Jones, a 'religious, fanatic. Jones  claimed God appointed him to have  McDonald close the mines on Sunday.  McDonald was warned; When the  two men met, Jones told McDonald  that his time had come, and attempted  to pull his revolver. McDonald pulled  first and put four bullets iu Jones'j  who diod in ah hour. The coroner's'  jury exonerated MoD inald on the  ground of self defense. .Joseph McDonald is a brotlief of 'Bernard McDonald of Rossland.  lieving the distressed.  Xrnlu.' ari'l MuiV Lrtsliiyocl.  ,That iuventigatioii.  The investigation of the license com'-  missioners will begin npst Monday in  Moyie at 10 o'clock a. m. and will  litely be oond.u-jted by W. H. Bullock-  Wcb'bter. A. T. Clark, the Moyie com-'  missioner says lie has nothing to fear  from the investigation. He is anxious  to have all summoned who have- beet)  intimating that they kuow of-, crooked  work being doue, and Wishes the matter threshed out systematically anc  thoroughly.  On account   of  washouts and  landslides the people along the Crow's Nest  line haye been   without  &  mail  or   a  regular passsngur service for five days.  There wns a slide at  tho   loop  east .of  Li: j bridge at Coal creek   was  w.tahed   away.    Tr.iius     are  atfain runuinn on schedule   lime,   but  ii is sli!1' u-TestaC l'7 niake a transfer  here ;:nd  partially  , at uio loo:-, a& :t -ivill   be   several  dear  place   yQt bofori."tilC glide is olearod.  tuys  ; lo iv, Elsvell rcprOdt-n��� !h*s.rong-  est eornpanies in tlie woild. tt p$y* -������������  buy c-lio best insurance na much as it  doers io buy tho best clothes.  f:\rni for- Sale.  A 3G0 acre farm three miles from  Mo".;o fo: ^. !o. '"hei-e is efinsider.ible  Ian I ;-h^r.'d .���:������<!    it    is   wrll   stocked  i>i.iU Mny Start Next Weolc.  j; is,likeiy that tho Moyie Lumber  Co.'sipill will be .vk^in otartod running  next week. "The. broken shaft and  cylinder-heads vvexe repaired in Nelson,  therefore the delay in sending cast  y.'iis avoided. '  St/BSCUIBE FOR   THE   LEADJCK.  with hogs   and   p-->ul'<.rj-.  iuform'ation apply at Litis  J^or   futtlier  oflice.    4-20.  ricnlc arid JUance Callotl nlT.  On ju^count of tlio Fernie cca.1 mine  disaster ���!'!;.���������''Odd .'Ifelloiys' d^u'ee and  the' nicnic have been -postponed.  METAU  market.  iZiiiv   York���Bar silver,  5l| cents.  Lead, $4.12|.    Copper, .^12.20^  Loado:i���Lead, JCll, 12s, 6d, '  liow Grade 1'rottta. '  The eleventh annual  report ,ot   the  Alaska 'treadwell   Gold  Mining   company once more emphasiiies tlie  great  value of a low-grit rie free   niillitig   gold  property wlien   the   plant   upon   it   is  sntlieiently largo to handle tlie  ore   in  largo tiiumlilies.    The property ot this  company is on Douglas Island. Alaska,  ���ami its   rup'ort   of   opi rations   for   the  year ending   May   15,   .15)01. 1ms  just  been made   public.    During   the  year  there were 157,802 tons of rii���crushed,  an average   of   1,254   tons   every   24  hours.    Thc average yield   oi   the  oro  was ?��-��� .R8 per   ton,   linking   the   total.,  prodtict^S(10,7.J7.    Th.rt_totul  .vorkini',  oxpenoe-.. iuohidine   of'ife    t'-Xfenses,  ani'iunted to Si'l !f? r*'V^,   leaving   a   net  profit of .$.''52,559.    The oo.st   per   ton  of ore, inchnliag ovpry expense of min-  ing,.jnijling, oOice,  etc.,.. niuouiitod  to,.  : !?1.L90G.    There lia{;e   beei:   extractect  since operations liegan, 3,802,I.,'j3   tong  of ore, yielding an aggregate   vdue   of  $10,581,627. an   average   OF  $2.79   pe'r;  ton.    The total exponces were ^4,979'j  ���  OrTr, tan avenigeof JfL.3 I per ton.lpi'v-  ing the total profits $5,000.0^(1 .  ���'.  f ��� .  hA%  m\  \?  '*,��.  in&A  iL *ffi  W  tm  m %!  W>8iti&$ ''7A  ,d  )  ���t  ; t  1.4"  '  [1  ' U  'JJ  .r  i<  .'*               ,    'l  ���   "     <ij  r- "*            "���  1  .'���' ' �����  ��,            ,                   ,  a  r*   X 1    V  . n  <���!   -   '  :         a  V                 ���      '  ,(���'��� , '  '          .��  to  "1-,  1              4  1)  1  in  )  -j  .ic  .  '.0  J  .it  !���              .  f  ��  .      Oi  '                     '       ^          ,  a  . 'ic  .       ���  "   , nx  '.                                      ''  i&  >  ,o;i  ' - 7 ,   i  C i  ,i'  .  .'��  ", i.        ���  10  *���    '. '������  i.i  Vt' ��� ������"'���  ���'  la  CI  I ir  B  ���    TV'  r    r-  Dll  u:  3C1  re  )a  ijr  ,r��  ' 1 '  01  ���o,  IC  f-i  /1  isi  ���i'l  U<  i  ;n  ���al  n-r  <<y  in  n  U*  e <  tl  '.11  tl  II  ar  01  nil  al  ��ns  Oo  A.i  t-(  mi  A  tl  .ui]  ro  tii  I'll  ft-l  all  at  ea  fi'i  ^il^lgwVr. <W4to^tfl��Jva<*5^agfe.iV. i C >\a a..  rt a ii ii wt iiairiTiiaiian  5  ^m^$^0t&#M  r     By SIR WALTER BESANT  Copyright,   1900,   by  Sir\ Walter Besant       "^"  "Three times, jackanapes, hast thou  presumed  to send  stuff to  my  ward.  Here they are."    He took from me the  last sheet of doggerel verse,and drew  from his pocket two more.   "Here they  are���one,   two,, three���all  addressed  to  the - matchless Molly,  , Why, thou  impudent   vIllalD,   what  devil   prompted  thee   to   call   he~r   matchless   MollyY  ,   Matchless to such as you!   Take that,  sirrah, and that!"    They were laid on  with  a   will.    The. poet  groaned,   but  made no reply, again looking vainly to  right and left for some way of escape.  Tut* hasting which followed was real  ly  worthy of-the days  when Capt'ih.  Crowle with'bis own hand quelled a  mutiny and drove the whole crew un-  . der hatches.  It was a-poor, .shrinking, trembling'  figure full of bruises and  aches and,  pains that presently arose and slunk  away.     I  should   have   felt  sorry for  him had he taken punishment like a  man.   Why, I would maroon any of my  crew who would cry. and grovel aiid  snivel when tied up for his three dozen.  It made one sick and ashamed to sen  liim and to hear him, with his "Mercy,  captain!     Oh,   enough,   good' captain!  Oh, captain, I confess!   I deserve it all.  Never again, captain.   Oh, forgiveness,  forgiveness!" and so on.   I say it mado  , me sick and ashamed.    When all was  over,   I   followed   him   to   the  garden  irate.    "Oh,   Jack,"  he groaned,  "you  stood by and saw It all!    I am a dead  man.   He shall be liknged for It    You.  are the witness. , I am nothing but a  bag of, broken bones, ribs'and collar  ' bones and skull.   I am a poor, unfortunate,  murdered  man.    I  am  done to  death with a cudgel."  . "Go  home,"  I  said.    "You  a man 7  You cry like a whipped cur.    Murdered?   Not you.    Cudgeled you are, and  well 'you deserved  it. . Go home and  get brown paper and vinegar and tell  all the town how you have been cudgeled for writing verses to a matchless  maid.    They will laugh, 'Sam Semple.  They will laugh."  The'captain went back to the parlor  somewhat flushed with the exercise.-  "Justice," he said, "lias been done  without'the cart and the cat. My pipe,  Jennifer, and the home brewed. Molly, my dear, your very good health."  A day or two, afterward we heard  that Sam Semple had gone to London  to' make his fortune. lie was carried  thither, by the wagon that once a week  makes the journey to London, returning the following week. But when  Sam Semple came back It was in a  chaise, with much splendor, as in due  course you shall tiear. You shall also  hear of the singular gratitude, with  which he repaid tl- captain for that  wholesome correctiSi.  CHAPTER n.  A iSOBLE LORD.  T is three years later.  We are now lu the year  1750. At 12 o'clock in  the morning the anteroom of the townbouse  of the right honorable  the Earl of Fylingdale  was tolerably filled  with a mixed company attending his  levee.  Soon after 12 o'clock the doors of the  private apartments were thrown open,  and his lordship appeared wearing the  look of dignity and proud condescension combined which well became the  star he wore and the ancient title  which he had Inherited. Ills age was  about 30, a time of life when there linger Borne remains of youth and the serious responsibilities are yet with some  men hardly felt. His face was cold  and proud and hard, the lips firmly set,  the eyes keen and even piercing, the  features regular, his stature tall, but  not ungainly; his figure manly. It was  remarkable among those who knew  Mm Intimately that there was as j'et  no sign of luxurious living on face and  figure. He was not as yet swelled out  , with wine and punch; his neck was  still slender, his face pale, without any  telltale marks of wine and debauchery.  So far as appearance goes, he might  pass If he chose for a person of the  most rigid and even austere virtue.  This, as I have said, was considered  remarkable   by   his   friends,   most   of  whom were already stamped on face  and feature and figure with the outward and visible tokens of a profligate  life,  for.   to confess  tbe truth at the  very beginning and not to attempt concealment or to suffer a false belief aa  regards this nobleman, he was nothing  better than a cold blooded, pitiless, selfish libertine, a rake ancl a voluptuary,  one  who  knew  and  obeyed   no  laws  save   the   laws   of   (so  called)   honor.  These laws allow, a man to waste his  fortune at the gaming table,   to ,ruin  confiding girls, to spend his time with  rake   companions   in   drink   and   riot  and debauchery of all kinds.  He must,  however, pay  his gambling debts; he  must not cheat at cards; he must be  polite in speech; he must be ready to  fight whenever the occasion calls for  his sword aud the quarrel seems of sufficient   importance.    Lord   Fylingdale,  however,   was  not among  those who  found his chief pleasure scouring the  streets  and   In .mad   riot.    You   shall  learn   In  due  course   what   forms   of  pleasure chiefly attracted him.  1 have said that his face was proud.  There was not. I believe, anv man liv  ing in the whole world who could compare with   Lord   Fylingdale  for pride.  An overwhelming pride sat  upon  his  brow, was proclaimed by bis eyes and  was betrayed   by   his, carriage.    With  such pride did Lucifer look round upon  his, companions,   fallen   as  they   were  aud hi the depths of hopeless ruin.  '    He was dressed in a manner becoming to his rank.   Need we dwell upon  his coat of purple velvet, his embroidered  waistcoat,   his   white silk  stockings, his lace of'nifiles and cravat; his  gold buckles and  his gold clocks, ,his  laced hat carried  under his arm,, his  jeweled sword hilt and the rings upon  his fingers?    You  would think by his  dress that his wealth was equal to his  pride, and by his reception of the suitors "that his powpr was equal to both  pride and wealth together.  Tho levee began. One after, the other  stepped up to him, spoke a few words,  received a few words In, reply and retired,   each   apparently -well   pleased,  for promises cost nothing,   To the poet  who asked for a subscription and proffered a dedication  my   lord  promised  the   former,  accepted   the  latter  and  added a few words of praise aud good  wishes.   But the subscription was nev-  or paid, and the dedication was afterward altered so-far as the superscrip  tion to another noble patron.   To'the  clergyman   who  asked   for a country  living then  vacant my lord promised  .the most kindly'Consideration and bade  him write his request and send'it him  by letter for better assurance of1 remembrance. To the officer lie promised  his company as only due to gallantry  and military skill.  rJ��o the place, hunter  he   promised, a  post  far   beyond' the  dreams nnd the hopes of the suppliant.  Nothing more came of it to either.  The company grew thin. One after  the other the suitors withdrew to feed  on'promises. It Is like opening your  mouth to' drink the wind. But 'twas  all they got. - ,  When they were gone, Lord Pyling-.  dale looked round tho room.    In the  window stood, dangling a cane from  his' wrist, a gentleman dressed in the  highest and the latest fashion. ���"'"  Yet when one looked more closely it  was seen that this gallant exterior arrayed an ancient gentleman -whose  years were proclaimed by the sharpening of his features, the -wrinkles of his  feet, the crow's feet round his eyes  and his bending shoulders, which he  continually endeavored to set square  and upright. Hat in one hand and'  snuffbox in the NOther, he ambled toward his lordship on tiptoe, which happened just then to be the fashionable  gait.  "Thy servant, Sir Harry." My lord  offered him his hand with condescension. "It warms my heart to see thee.-  Therefore I sent a letter. Briefly, Sir  Harry, wbuldst do me a service?"  "I am always at your lordship's commands. This, I hope, I have proved."  "Then, Sir 'Harry, this is tbe case.  It is probable that for certain private  reasons I may have to pay a visit to a  country town, a town of tarpaulins and  traders, not a town of fashion." Sir  Harry _ shuddered. 'Tatience, my  friend. I know not how long I shall  endure the barbaric company. But I  must go. There are reasons ���let me  whisper, reasons of state, important  secrets���which call me there.'' Sir Harry smiled and looked incredulous. "I  want on the spot a friend"���Sir Harry  smiled again, as one wbo began to understand ��� "a friend who would- appear to be a stranger. Would you,  therefore, play the part of such a  friend?"    ,  "I will do whatever your lordship  commands. Yet to leave- town at this  season"���it was then the month of  April ���"the assembly, the part, the  card table, the society of the ladies��� It  is possible that the Lady Anastasia  may go there. She will, as usual, keep  the bank if she does go."  Tho old beau's face cleared, whether  in anticipation of Lady Anastasla's society or her card table I know not.  "My character, Sir Harry, will be in  your hands. I leave it there confidently. For reasons���reasons of slate~-lt  should be a character of"���  "I understand. Your lordship Is a  model of all the virtues"���  "So we understand. My secretary  will converse with thee further on the  point of expenditure."  Sir Harry retired, bowing and twisting his body something like an ape.  Then a gentleman in scarlet presented himself.  "Your lordship's most obedient," he  said, with scant courtesy. "1 como in  obedience to your letter of command."  "Colonel, you will hold yourself in  readiness to go Into tho country. There  will be play. You may lose as much as  you please to Sir Harry Malyus or to  any one else whom my secretary will  point out to you. Perhaps you may  have to receive a remonstrance from  me. We are strangers, rem cm her, and  I am no gambler, though I sometimes  take a card."   And he,! too, retired.  There remained one suitor. He was a  clergyman dressed in a One silk cassock with bands of the whitest and a  noble wig of the order ecclesiastic. I  doubt IX the archbishop himself had a  finer.  "Good, my lord," he said. "I am, as  usual, a suppliant The rectory of St.  Leonard le Size, Jewry, in the Citv. is  now vacant. With my small benefices  in tho country it would suit me hugely.  A word from your lordship to tho lord  mayor���the rectory Is In the gift of the  corporation���would. I am sure, suffice."  "You are living, as usual. I suppose,  at great expense."  "At small expense considering my  abilities, but still at greater expense  than my slender income will allow.  Am J__uot your lordship's, domestic  chaplain? Must I not keep up the dignity due to the position?"  "Your dignity is costly. I must get a  bishopric or a deanery for you. Meantime I have a small service to ask of  you."  "Small? My lord, let. It be great; It  cannot be too great."  ."It Is that you go Into the country  for me."  "Not to Bath or to Oxford?' ' *  "Not to i either; to another place,  where they know not thy name or thy  fame. Very good. I thought I could  depend upon your loyalty. As for arrangements and time, you will' hear  from my secretary." So my lord turned  oii his heel, and his chaplain was dismissed.  When the levee was finished and  everybody gone, Lord Fylingdale sank  Into a chair. 1 know not the nature of  his thoughts save that" they were not  pleasant, for his face grew darker every moment Finally ho sprang to his  feet and rang, the bell. "Tell Mr. Semple that I would speak with him," he  ordered. ���  Mr. Semple, the same Samuel whom  you have seen under a basting from the  captain, wa3 now'chnngod and for the  better. He wore the dress, of a poet  At this time he also called htui'self secretary to his lordship.  "Semple." said his lordship, crossing j  his legs and playing with the tassel of  his sword knot, "I have read thy letter"��� ,  "Your lordship will Impute"���  "First, what Is the meaning of the  oroamble?"     .   .             =^=b^=  "I have been your lovri.-'^'s secre-,  tary for six months. I have therefore  perused all your lordship's letters. I  have also in my zeal for your lordship's  ir*orests looked about me, and I discovered what I ventured to state in  that preamble." , ���  "Well, sir?" .   ,  "Namely, that the Fylingdale estates,  are gone so far as your lordship's life Is  concerned, but in a word all Is gone,  and that���your lordship will pardon the  plain truth���your lordship's credit cannot last long and that���I now touch a  most delicate point to a man of your  lordship's nice sense of honor���the only resource left'is precarious.""  "You mean"���  "I mean a certain'lady and a certain  bank."   ���     f ���  "How, sir? , Do you dare?   What has  put this suspicion into your head?'  ������There I " snid Mrs.  Ragbag.    "1 |    "A friend loveth at all times and a  have   tried   four   times   to give that. I brother i.s horn in adversity,  shirt   away,     and    it's so worthless j  that nohody'll take it.    lint 1*11 get |    Our enemies como nearer Ihe truth  rid    of   it.     I'll leave it out on the   in the opinions they form of us than  clothes-line to-night."  wij do  at our opinion of ourselves.  The  thoughtful, ,  his loved onus.   \\ ,*  man who  wai,K Ulli;, .';  There i.s no h.-lp jn t,  woman-who can't K,.t '  Dr. Chase's Nei��ve Food EuiCds Biood. Creates Nerve Force, increases Flesh and Wef  fAakes Sickly People Strong and Well.  The day of sarsasparillns, sulpher and cream of tartar, nnd salts as spring medicine has none  pie are beginning to listen to the advice of their physicians and to build up their systems by tho usi  preparations as Dr. Chaise's Nerve Food.   . ���  Tho strong point,in favor of this great food euro ia the fact that it actually creates new, rich lift  ing blood, and builds up the system gradually and naturally.   For this reason    it    is    the most satisttT  spring medicine that you can possibly obtain, and its results aro permanently beneficial.  The tired languid feelings that tell of low, vitality ,and an exhausted condition of the system s  pear before tho vitalizing, upbuilding inllucuco of this great restorative.' It conquers disease hy  system with health, energy and vigor.  ,  Mrs. S.. Thompson, 240 Munr.o .Street, Toronto,' Ont., states :���I was very much run down in !i  ���whenever 1 exerted'myself more than usual ,1 bad .severe attacks of splitting headache; and wns ver  so much so that'i could not rest well at nights.   After,using 'Dr. Chase's    orvo Food I found thnt  wero steadier, I could rest and sk;ep bettor than I have for a long Lime, and   was ' entirely   frc\e  aches.   1 can speak very highly of,,this preparation for, nervous trouble.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has the'endorsement of the best people in tlie land ���, physicians ' urn  alike.- It ia bound to benefit anyone who uses it. because it is composed of the most potent rcsi,  nature.   50 cents a box, (5 boxes for ��2.50.   At all dealers,  or Edmarisoii, Bates & Co., Toronto.  "lent,!  ath��l  ���UUs  ,* I  (posruutss Os?uC> /olfi <U��ms   ciJ-trtiJ'.'  /&&rrv.  /  tytno   -?L<Xszh���/  <r-rz^ iUefud fh-ches, /U&Jtis ��UnrtC4f ��$ 4$  /udnAjrn/  NOT   TOO   .SLOW., ,  Farmer���So  youv'c   had  some     experience,' have you ?, Q  New Man���Yes, sir.      j_ -  , Farmer���Well,   what sfdo  of a cow  do you sit on to milk'?  New Man���The outside.  ANABIAN' TACIFIC  Nay, my lord; I have no thought but  for your lordship's interests, believe  me." ���       '        '  "And so you,tell me about the rustic  heiress, and you propose a plan"��� ''  "I have had the temerity to'do so." ���  "Yes. Tell me once more'about this  girl and about her fortune."  "Her name is Molly" Miller. She is  an orphan.    Her guardian is an honest  -atjtauT H&- AMo nc ajuaaa at* aAMB '  to uu ura  FRENCH- GENTLEMAN'S  ''  ' 3NGS    AKE BEYOND  ��� ��� '      ' CJUPTION.  SUFFFJR-  DES-'  Many Doctors Treated him, but without Succoss-Dodd's . Kidney Pills  Cured Him and now Life is a pleasure, to Him���Ilo Tells  tho Story.  sailor who has taken the greatest care  of her property. She.>was an helresa  already when her father died. That  was 18 years ago.   She is now 19."    ,  "Is she passable���to look at? A hol-  den with a high color, I warrant."  "A cream colored complexion touched with red and pink,' light hair In curls  and' blue eyes, the face and figure of'a  Venus, the sweetest mouth In the  world and the fondest manner."  "Hang me if the fellow isn't In love,  with her himself!1 If she Is all this,  man, why not apply yourself for tho  post of spouse?"  "Because her guardian keeps off all  would he lovers and destines his ward  for a gentleman at least, for a nobleman he hopes."  "Ho Is ambitious. Now as to her  fortune."  "She has a fleet of half a dozen tall  vessels ���nay, there aro more, but I  know not how many. I was formerly  a clerk In a counting house of the  town, and I learned a great deal���what  each is worth and what the freight of  each voyage may produce���but not all.  The captain, her guardian, .keeps  things close. My lord, I can assure you  from what I learned, in that capacity  and by looking Into old books that sho  must be worth over ��100,000, over  ��100,000!"  "I can take this fortune without your  assistance." ., . y   ���  [CONTINTTED.]  St. "Urbain, Que., April 21��� (Special.)���Fearful indeed has been the experience of Narcisse Barrelte, of this  place. For fifteen long and , wearisome years he hus suffered with an  acute malady of the kidneys and  ba'ck whicli has caused him the most  agonizing pains.  He consulted physician after physician and followed their treatment  patiently. ��� and carefully. Somo of  them afforded him a little temporary  relief' (which was in itself a great  blessing), but the pain always came  back to torture him even worse than  before.  Rheumatism , added ;its terrors to  his already great burden of misery  and his life was a succession of  spasms of the most violent pains it  has ever been tho lot of 'mortal man  to endure.  The story' as told by Mons: Bar-  retto himself is in part a.s follows :  "For more than fifteen years I suf-  lered with a severe Malady of the  back and Kidneys which caused me  horrible pains in the back.,  ;,T tried many doctors, but the relief they gave me was only temporary and the Malady always returned.  My suffering- was so great at times  that it was almost beyond endurance.  "I. had rheumatism as well as tho  pains in tho back, and between them  I wns sorely tried. 1 would rather  die than sufTcr again the way I aid,  but now life i.s very pleasant to mo  and   I am anxious  to live.  "Y"ou ask me how T was cured ?  "Well, after trying in vain doctor's  treatments and almost every thing,  else, 1 began to use what, has been  to ine the greatest medicine in all  the'.world, Dodd's Kidney -'Dills,' and  very soon thc pains , all left ..'me.  They acted .almost like magic. 1 am  now in perfect health and work  every day."  "THE" ROUTE TO        L  Australasia  '    Andth^; Orient  . ' CArVAL��A'i>.5>Ctir\ic:.��voin:ii,   ",  Travel by ,thV CZP. Ii. and be ok-  ,  surecl of SOLID COMFORT. ���-  ,.   First-clnss C. P. R. Sleepers   l  on all through trains.  Through Tourist Sleepers ��� thc beet.  Totir-jst Hates quoted to all points  East, West, South,  The Oid Country,  The Orient,  The Antipodes.  During tlie bust ten years 24'ji  cidents have occurred in the'sl  mountains, resulting in MH) &.  Thirty-seven of the ��� victim* i|  guides. It is said that thd'v.f  number 237 deaths'could have!  prevented by -the ordinary ijii'iusj  precaution.   . -  Pleasant as eyrnp; nothing i-fiiiaiiii|  worm Diedicmo: tho nam-' ;>; .Mu'.lierGf  Wonnlilxtci-iniiiator. Ti,egr.;i:u,t ivor  terminator of the ago.  Nature  paints    things   r.-u in  fall���and    many   a nuiii   is  able.  trace his fall back to tlie'time w|  ho painted  things red.    *  MM's Liniment Cures  'KR.  Thc-extreme delight wo take in  talking of ourselves'should warn ns  that it is not shared by those who  listen.  Trifles Aro n Fruitful Source of Aflllctlon.  Altercation about trifles is a fruitful source of friction, and stock subjects of disputation beget a chronic  "touchiness." One seldom convinces  by excited ancl voluble argument, and  when a suspicion of temper appears  ���good-byo to success! Politeness  compels a conciliatory manner, an  open-minded hospitality to the views  pf'others���which will he most effective if the object be to influence, rather than to vent your irritation ���  Ladies'  Home  Journal,  A  Tixicliy   BnrB-alaSk.  It is said thnt a, foreman stereotyper  In n London printing works has had a  curious windfall.    Going to a sale of  musical instruments, he purchased an  old  harpsichord   for 20  shillings,   because, having a hobby for fretwork ho  fancied the wood of the front panel  When  he got his'purchase homo   ha  dissected It.    He then discovered that  the   bnrpsichord  had  a   double  back  and presently between the boards ho  found ^very old Bnhlc of England notes  the total face value of which amounted to ��30,000. ��*��uun.  Those desiring information in regard to any part of, the world reached by the C. P. IL or its connections  are requested to apply to any C. I'.  Ii. representative or to  c. e. Mcpherson  ,       Ccti. Pas. Agt,., Winnipeg-.  Onl ,��� Ti-iOV-e.  When tempted  to senra  the     little  .rftitles     calling,. U-t us   think of  such  sayings as  thc followinr:   One  day  a  visitor   at   Michael   Angelo's     studio  remarked to  th^iL great artist, - who  had  been     describing  certain      little  finishing "touches" lately given to a  statue,   "But these are only trifles,"  "It may be so," replied the'sculptor,  ''but  recollect .that  trifles make  perfection,   nnd   perfection   is  no -trifle."  In the  saruo spirit the great painter  I'onssin accounted for his roputatitu  in, these words.  "Because I have ncg-  lecled   nothing."  It  is  related  of ���   a  Minichosler manufacturer that, r-n retiring from business, ho-purchased tin  I'sfnte from a certain  nobleman.  The  arrs.n.aerrir nt wns thjit he .should have  (he house   with  all  its  furniture just  as  it stood.      On   taking  possession,  however,     ho     found   that  a  cabinet  uhiih   was  in   the invt ul ory had bvren  removed,  and  on applying     to      the  .''oi-nier   owner  about   it,   tho      latter  said,   "Well,   I  certainly  did   order  it  to ho'removed,  but I hardly thought  that you  would  lmvo cared     for     so  drilling  a matter in ^o  largo a   purchase.'.'   "My  lord," wos   the      reply,  "if I had hot'till my.Jifo attended to  trifles',  1 should  not have been    able  to  purchase  this  estate;'  and,-;'',excuse  me.for  saying so,   perhaps     if; .your  lordship had cared more about      tri-  llo.v you might not have had occasion  to sell   it."  DON'T BE! A DRIF  Live for something,  have  And that purpose keep  PrifUug ILku a  helpless  vi  Thou canst ne'er to life h<; u  Half   tho     wrecks   that     strew  ocean,  If some star had been th  Might have  long  been  r-idmg s-j  But thev drifted with the Ui$f  a i>'  rn   VI:  4/f.S.SL'l,  lien-  ie<  lot  be j  Ut  1V��  it l  BUg  Tl  |KPt  iboi  fn r  do  (>}���<  roil  fin  Be fl"  lice,  h ti  IKoes  m tn  Mer  >'s o  rrylt  t is It  uiarrj  chan  I'liie'n,-  'NT  [for j  lor }  id ac  |o cr  CA  Start  A.S  ) id unpens es  cnowi  /r.-iu  rhat  a  conle  n ty yc  on. of t  thoro ii  i'u  lias  V\ that  {ot tfio<  l.uiiii  Bicklo's  jVnti-Consumption Syr  tho head of tho list for all disoasci=  nnd lungs.    It nets like magic in 1  cold.   A conch is soon subdued., tisLbsj  chosfc is tGliovr-d, oven tho wors  sumption 1b relieved, while in  may bo snid novor to fail     1> is r  pared from tho nctfve principle  several medicinal hortw, and cm  upon to* nil pulmonary complaint  r&taid.  4 Of t  nxcclfl  rc-jorr  ���Hi"  JdaRnanimily     is    a nol  pride,  which makes a ma  himself,  to -make  him  nrai.  things.  l! iWl  /(iri  M^kf:i  rawn  Minard's Liniment C�� MB  ������ii r  3iiHt  ternarl  pay   m  [��rd  ir-  CO I  wan  |d \vif<  Ttoyr  Clonrla  Get  Their  Frlnffc��.  Professor Tyndall used to explain to  ���popular audiences, with the aid of a  brilliant experiment, that the blue color of tbe sky is o\ylng to floating particles of Invisible dust that break up  and scatter the short^vaves, which nro  the hlue waves, of light    This, as a  writer. In- Knowledge.'  shows,   occurs  principally at a great elevation., where  (be atmospheric dust is extremely fine,  while In  the lower regions of tho air,  where the dust Is coarser, the scatter-,  ing aiTects all the rays, or colors, alike.  The   brilliant  fringe  of  clouds,   seen  nearly in the direction of tho sun, are  largely due to dust, which especially  accumulates   in   the   neighborhood   of  clouds and refracts the sunlight around  their edges. |  How Haa  and  Kntare Ca��  Man uses tho<samo elementarjj  ' as nature, does,  vrltb others  does not employ with1 tho saaij  tl��n.   Both uso oxyceu for bum,  aombustlon, but nature uses  atlcally for construction, vrhlclf  does not   Man uses hydrogen I  bustlon, as nature does, but  construction.   Man tnkes adrasif  nitrogen for concentration of'  Nature takes tho same adranW  which nitrogen,  though neffaHflg  comes   tho   most   Important  structures.    But sbo docs uiort|  makes  nitrogen  conslructlvo i  as coacentratlve, an art man I  attained.- .  Decadence  In   rrnmnn��SJ>  '"While the people as a wb��  write more legibly than tlieydM'1  eratloh ago," said an old writing  or, "thero are not,so aiaay  ccllent penmen.   Tho multiply  business   colleges   has  Impro^  handwriting of a portion of ^  while the Invention of the &P  has made It'useless to acq"  skill lu penmanship.   Time ff��  the first class penmen coumnjM ^.t[^,  salaries, but now there Is ^   f^i^ ^  demand for good writers that* | >7S s4��  ket is overstocked.    No P^f -*���  compete with a typewriter,-an 1  art of superior pcu'innMshlp.,"*^  .A'I  it m  :ct  ly dying out and will soon"  \��V  i��  GlllHH   fi>"''  this  HI*  fjnelo   Cyrus���Say,  hain't  no good,  back.  ." ���  : '  Optician���No good?  Uncle'Cyrus-llaln't ffii"   .,  fi(?e a bit l>eWr-L  than  ,'<4-'W  k* Mum ti  .darn.  blame  Judge.  Can't  thing  ���rj-Mafrj f.ij* MOYft LEADER.  MOYIB.  B.    C.  ^���n^saig��toa&^,.-.MrcMnmtiMi<.  If Voo CoaM- Lock 11 M��T REVW.  ...aa* itf^rife^fl.  ^^2��S>a  J.YJNG  BULLEi S.  by   Which' Tbey   May   Ee  ftcr jLcaviits- <hic Rifle. r  relieve the story that bullets'  en when fired from a gun,"  id soldier. "You know in'tho  e is a theory that men have  hut they never lived to  iuse the bullets were go-'  for thorn' and hit them in1  he only "K'n" who have seen  ���y ride bullets in transit are  BtS,  fbecr  {���lit  iee  iy nren't," said the old hunter.  ea many bullets flying. One  liich you can see,them plain-  ipphig them in glycerin be-  foil might trace them by the'  ben caused by .'air friction,"  jrcteran, "but you can't see the  Is, you can,",retorted tho hunt-  ive, watched them often dur-  1 practice, and any one can  [arge caliber bullets, though I  us much for tlie tiny "modern  The way to see a flying' bullet a little to one side of the  ibout five feet away from him.  |n run'an imaginary'line from  kIo of his gun to'the  target.  eyes rest on, a space of light  round exactly on this line, and  fires you will see something  Se ri"bee, (Ut past the light col-  Ice.   That   Is   the   bullet,.   Of  py the time tho eye tells the  iKoes the missile the bullet has  Lie target,"but you bavo.seen It  into the fatvtz atvi S��c the  condition, to -which, your'  . cotszK ii neglected, wi[(  bring- you. you wouM s^k  relief at once���and! that  naturally would" be thi ot: g h  Shlloh's  Consumption  Cure  4 SHILOH cures Cosisump- ��  tion.' Bronchitis, Asthma,  and all Lung; Troubles.  Cures Cougdis and Cold's  in a day* 25 cents.  Guaranteed".   Will']  f.'f    *��:"���>'     -'Ui     unusually  ��"K     lor    traders  to make  mmds   as    the    chances     of  sent    situation    in Ua. wheat  i Last w-'tk  w<*t\k   i t  difficult  up their  the pre-  trade.  .i,,n , , lrade ti,10've'1 itself active  ���ti d marke.s buoyant, but in the in-  u?i\al benveon Frida  there    v.-as  PAFF  COM  \ J'.  IT!OX     THAT   ' AFFIOOTri  UY WAXY WOMEN.  Tin  Write to S. C.Wkixs & Co., Toronto,  Can., for free trial bottle.  I   Kan's CI  Sover Root Tea puriiies the BIooi?  prices on  rains  and  over a-large  wheat in the  Merely   an  Opinion.  s only'' one thing more" rash  rryliig for monoy."  t is it-marrylng.to' win a bet?"  marrying    without. money."  chanl.s & Co. ���   v  |.m(.'n,--I have used MINARD'S  1ST on my vessel and' in my  [for years, and for everyday  lor years, and- for,"eYery day  kl accidents of life I cohsidor  |h equal. .���-,]-'  i\t\ not start ' on a voyage  it,   if ' it    cost   a dollar a  CUT.  K.R.  DESJATID1N.  ftorfce,"  St   Andre,   Kamour-  AS EXPLAINED.  )lclua���What an awful lot of  ���uses    they    have    now  that  [".known twenty years ago.; ���  /r.-iui     ,-��-. jr.. tlna r ,   . 'Tli.l-  .iv"*  rhtit a  lot  more  doctors   we  contend with how' than    w'e  inty year's'ago.       ���   ,,  MOO. REWARD $100.  -is one of, the most  thing-s   for   every  consider.'        ''  important  farmer   io  Blood'Purifier  will build up a run down horse.  It tones up thc system, rids  stomach of bots, worms and  other parasites which undermine an animal's health,  .50 cts. a package.  LEEMINQ MILES &. CO.  AGENTS., -     -���  -      MONTREAL.  Write for books on Hors*�� and Cattle.  IT IS FKEH.  Presented and OiireeL*  Four marvelous frete remedies tor all  sufferers reading this paper. New '  curofor.TubercuIosis,Consump��  tion, Weak Lungs, Catarrh,  _L an/i a ronnown system.       " , ������  will ho iilcased to  ���eritiuil  an. of tli's p'aror will ho  thero is at least ono drc;itiu;l di ea>.e  a: lias  been ablo to cure in nil  its.  1 tlnil  is   catarrh.     Hall's   Catarrh  only, positive euro now known,to tlio  ilorniiy.   CatnrrliJ ei; k.h enst tu-  ii-o, requires a constitulioiml trvat-  ll'sCainrrh Cure Is taken internally,  ctly upon tlio lilo <1 und mtH'ons birr  if systoi",   tru-j'oljy   destroying   the  of I lie dim nsi*, nndgiTinK'tlio pa tier t  builiiiuK rip tho constitution ai.d  turo in tloiiipr its work. Th. proprii'-  mucli faith  in its curative power.---,  ilor one hundred doll.ns for any cafo  to euro      Sourl fi.r.list of te=timon-  F. J. CHEXEY ifc'CO.. To!.:<U>, Q.  riur/fii'ts. 75c.  .uly IMllsan- thc best.  , intikes    you  treat Jack so  lou used tb find liim so in  ly ou  know  I was engaged  >M  AND   INDICES riON���C.  t'a, Syrscus-, N.' \'.. writo:  m t i  ^rosd of j��!l!e.    H'u aro  of J'xrruoltK-'d Villi thin   nny  > f.'4-cp.   Thi-y liiire n great ret Q-  i' '-lire of Dyspepsia and Livcf  Mr. Charlea  A.  SmiUi, Liii't-  "l ..��� melee's 1'illa ur<3 an exec  '���   '-i. >: U r has  bron trovih:cd  I14;:..    ne, hut, theao pilU htt��o  Do you coHigfh ?  Do your lungs paia you ?-'���"-  Is your throat sore and inflamed?  Do you spit up plricgm ?  Does your head ache ? -      ...  la your appetite bad ?  .   Are your lungs delicate ?  Are you losing flesh ?  Are you pale and thin ?  Do you lack stamina ?   ( "  Theso symptoms are proof that yon  have in your body the seeds ol' the niosl  dangerous malady that has ever devas.  tated the earth���consumption.  Vou are invited to test what this system will do for  you, if you are sick, by writing for a  FREE TR.AL TREATMENT  Juid the Four Free Preparations witl be forwarded you  at once, with complete directions for u.se-  _ The Sfocurn System is a positive cure for Consumption, that most insidious disease, and for all Lur.fj  Troubles and Disorders, complicated by Loss of  Flesh, Couirhs, 'Catarrh, Asthma, Uronchitis and  Heart Troubles.  iSimply write to the_T\ A. Slocum Chemical  Company, Limited,'179 Kiiijr Street West, Toronto,  givtnff post offico and express a.Jdress, and the frea  medicane (the Slocum Cure) will bo promptly sent.  Persons in Canada seeing- Slocum's free offer iq  American papers will please send for iainplea to  Toronto.       Mention this paper.  "The sluggard -will 'not plow by  reason of. the cold ; therefore shall he  beg in tho harvest and have nothing.';  3iiHt draw the lino somo-  |einnrked the washerwoman  |ay morning, "and t guess  !��rd i.s the best place."  WOMAN WORTir SI5,000  correspond with honest,  Dta.ii,  who  would apprcci-  ld wife.    Box 2,r>38. 'L'oron-  IANNQRTB1N  !A'IL.\A/'AY.'/>  :curs!ons  ' BABY'S  OWN  TABLETS.  Mother's Best Help When Iier Littlo  Ones Arc Ailing  |NABIAN. NORTHERN  il round trip tickets at       ,  ire and"''"''  -May 22nd, 23rd and 24tfi  Hum till May 27th.  , tuliu'.s   on   application   to  ��-�� Nort-hern R'y Agent, or  GEO.  II.  .SHAW,   Trafilc Manager.  r^T^^^��*M^��'��**!��a����aa��iaaJa><t,��a|W%,w<, mtmmmvH>*tmi ���***�����* ^*  N. TJ. No. 376.  Every mother needs at some time  a medicine for her little ones, and  Baby's Own Tablets are the best  medicine in the world for constipation, sour stomach, indigestion, diarrhoea, colic, simple fevers nnd tho  troubles of teething children. Tho  Tablets havo been in use for years  and thousands of mothers s:iy' that  nothing else acts so quickly ancl relieves nnd cures the little ones like it  Mrs. G..IL Laltue, Mountain, Out.,  simply voices the experience of other  mothers when she. says -"I can re-  coininend Baby's Own Tablets, to all  mothers who have cross or delicate  children. I do not know how I could  get alongii-4.vit.hout them."  CrTildi-en take these Tablets ws readily as candy,, and if crushed to a  powder tivoy crui be given, with absolute safety, to the tiniest, weakest  babies. '-'There is a.cure in every Tablet and they, arc guaranteed to contain no opiate; or other harmful  drugi You can get the Tablets from  any dealer in medicine or they will  be* sent post paid at 25 cents a box  by addressing tho Dr. Williams'  Icine Co., Brockviile,  Out.  y  and Monday  LU1   bier-ease of showers  o\er Kansas ans adjoining territory,  �������i or. Monday the speculative markets  in  the .States felt  the effects  of  us    strongly,   and a "drop of J.c to  ,\o    took    place.    A more confident  <'''Jmg   resulted on. Tuesday,  hut on  ueuiH'.sdny    another bad   break took  , place,    resulting    in tl droj) of Jc to  j1!'!'--      .Since     then    some renewal of  j confidence is evident, but in the week  ! prices   show    a decline of Ic to  jas    compared with closing  I'Viday of last w��ek.   The  more favorable' weather  ftrea     of    the    winter  States    have    imparled  u somewhat  more    encouraging    feeling as to the  prospects    for    the    crops over such  area, 'but we think  tho improvement  iiinounts    rather    to the saving of.a  portion     of what was  promising to  he almost, ���{, lost' crop had the adverse  weather ' boon   continued   rather'than  the    establishing    of ' anything that  could    now' turn    out a "fairly good  yield.    In fact, we are of the opinion  that    the    ruins    in Kansas and the  southwest    have   come , at    a  time  wli.'ii ' the,  crop  is  loo  far advanced  towards     harvest     to    Ire  benefitted  .materially by it,  and  that the yield  in the State of Kansas at. least will  not amount to  over  50  per cent,  of  last years' yield.  Manitoba wheat has been 'very  quiet , and demand extremely light.  Oa Saturday last the value of J. north ci-a in store Fort William, spot or  May delivery, was 7fji.ic, and 2 northern 73c. On 'Wednesday these  prices were down to 74c, 1, northerns,  and 72c 2 northern,' and since then  they have advanced again to 74-y,c J  northern, and 72%c 2 northern, at  which prices sales were made yesterday, although for the most part sellers were holding for 75c 1 northern,  and 73c 2 northern. 1 hard is offered at 78c spot'or May delivery in  store. Fort William' without finding  buyer*       '���, ,   .  FLOUR-Jfungarian Patent $2.05 per  sack of 98 pounds; Glenpra, SI .90;  Alberta. SI .70; Manitoba," Si.50; and  XXXX.SI.20.  GROUND FEED���Demand is steady  and'prices remain' unchanged as follows : Oat chop, per ton, $.27.50;  barley chop, $2i;50; mixed harley  barley and oats, S24..50; oatmeal  feed, S'11.50; oil cake,  $27.  OATS���There lis not very much  business doing in oats just at present, as the weather is not favorahle  for traffic.. A little demand has been  experienced from the east, which has,  been mot on a, basis~bf 4'6c per bushel for Xo.. 2 white at Fort William,  thv same' figure as we, quoted a week  ago. Local dealers are also paying  the same prices as a week- aj;o for  their supplies. Wo quote: No, ',1  white, in carlots on track. Winnipeg,  per bushel, 42'to 44c; No.' 2 white.  40 to 4.1 c; feed, oats, 37 to 38c; seed  oats, 45 to"50c. At country'points  farmers are getting' 2S to 30c for  2\o. 2 white oats. Street oats are  not offering.  BAP.T/RY���Receipts are very light,  and the market holds firm at 40 to  42c for malting grades, and 3S to  '10c for feed.  FLAXSEED���Dealers aro' asking  S2.00 per bushel  for seed flax.  HAY���Receipts are light, and the  market is SI higher at ��S to SO pet-  ton for fresh baled. Loose hay is  not offering to any extent.  FOULTItY���There is very little  poultry in the market. Chickens are  worth 12Vic per pound for fresh kill,  ed, and turkeys 12,/��>c to 15c, according to quality.  BUTTER-Crcoineryr��� Two of tht��  country factories cornanenced operations this week but so far have ship-  pert ��� no butter. The weather is"not  favorable for pasture or traflic consequently milk gathering will lie  a slow process until it gets drier.  Commission houses are quoting 21c  to 22c per pound for choice creamery  butter in talis or rolls; while other  grades range down to IGc for round  lots.  .BUTTER-Dairy���Receipts of dairy  butter are very light. Oldest traders here say'they cannot remember  the market heingso light of stocks.  A.s high us 20c could bo obtained on  a commission basis for fresh made  choice butter.  J-Xll.S���Supplies     are  light  " Appetite Fails���Strength  Paris and the SwVerer Feels  Lite is Really a Burden.  De-  That  From the Topic,  Petrolia,   Ont.  J i is imjjossible that a medicine can  he so widely known and used as arc-  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills without  striking results frequently, becoming  known and the, merits of this great  reniouy for the common ailments of  mun and womankind being published.  Mrs. Thos. Kettle, of Petrolea, Ont.,  is'a cas��j in point. Mrs. Kettle is an  old resident of this .district and is  well known. ��� Chatting with a reporter of tlie Topic tbe other day  the conversation drifted on the subject of medicines, when -Jars. Mettle  spoke in the highest "praise of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, which, she  Said,- had cured her of a long illness.  Our reporter, being naturally interested, made' ..fufther enquiries, when  Mrs. Kettle gave him the following  particulars': "I am the mother of  twelve children und in spite ot 'the  constant strain and worry ,tb,e raising of so large a family entailed upon me,' in addition to my housework,  J wius for many years'blessed with  splendid health.' However, after the  birth oi'my last child, my strength  ���seemed to fail me and J felt that my  health "was gradually 'going. 1 consulted a doctor and continued under  his treatment for some months, but  the only result that 1 .could see was  that 1 grew gradually worse. J could  not name"any particular ailment that  I suffered' from, but'I was "all run  down." My appetite failed me,' my  strength seemed all gone and 1 became, pale and listless, scarcely able  to drag myself around, and much of  the time in bed.'.,1 became alarmed  at my long continued ill-health, and  as doctor's medicine had done me no  good T determined-to try' Dr. Williams' Pink. Tills.   I purchased a box  4...  and (.thought it did me somo good, so  I got six. boxes more, and beforo 1  had finished' taking the second I felt  a lot''-better, and by the time I had  finished the .seven boxes I had perfectly regained my health, had gained weight and felt better than I had  for some years'. 1 consider the pills  a splendid medicine, a real godsend'  to weak and ailing women, and have  frequently recommended .them to my  friends ancl used them with my children, always with good results."  Judging from Mrs. Kettle's healthy  appearance 'to-day none would imagine she had ever known veha.t a day's  illness meant. ' '  ��� Dr. Williams' Pink Pill's are a positive cure for all diseases-, arising  from impoverished blood, or a. weak  or shattered condition of the nervous ay'otcm, such as epilepsy, ��� St.  Vitus' dance, paralysis, rheumatism,  sciatica,'; heart troubles, ,'anaemia,  etc. These~pills, arc "also, a cure for  the ailments ' that make tiity.lives of  so many' women a constant misery.  Sold by all druggists or sent by  mail, post, paid, at 50 cents box, or  six boxes ior S2.50. by addressing  the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,Brockviile.  Ont.  WrfSfi BUYIKQ WW NOT eET Tr+E BEST.  THI QUALITY OF THE  OIL IS THE LIFE OF  THE PAINT.  MADE WITH MANITOBA PURE  RAW OR BOILED UNSEED OIL  PURE  READY  MIXED  PAIHT FOR ALL PURPOSES.  SOLD BY  UP-TO-DATE TIARIJW ARE  HEALERS EVERYWHERE.  ���-" ' MANUFACTURED'BY  G. F. STEPHENS & CO., Limited,  WINNIPEG.  J>1 ._!__'  TORONTO  Canada's Leading: Newspaper  and thereby secure the bargains offered every day in its advertising  columns. The subscription price can bo saved' over and over again by  having ifc come reg.ularlyinto the honied Regular price $1.00 per annum.  The early edition (including The Saturday Illustrated) will be sent to any  person for one year living/west of "North Bay who will cut this advertisement out and, send if along with S2.00 to'THE GLOBE, Toronto.  I'wrn^ims'^smremnivriniiiiran.-^iririrx  ^  We always like  us, we do , not  whom  wo admire.  those  who   admire  alwavs  liko those  Free-Gratis���For Nothing  ���You Can-not Long .Fool a Womaa*. ,  1  When' the ivnite man    wants    the  black man's land he approaches the  innocent  black  with  "* presents"   of  heads,   colored   cloths,   ribbons,   and  FOR SALE  EVERYWHERE  \] Try our Parlor Matches.  They produce a quick I^igh?  without any objectionable  THE E. B. ED��Y C&, Limited  Hull, Canada. ���  A controversy has been going on as  to whether we ought to say /'The  United States is" or "The United  States are." In or;der to arrive at a  settlement the question has been re-'  ferre'd to a corruiutteo of the Ilouse  of Representatives at Washington;*  which has decided in favor of the singular number. In future the form  must be the "United States is."  Had La Gi'ippo.���Mr. A. "Niekerson, far.,  mer, Button, writes:. "Last winter I had Le  Grippe and it lef c me with a severe pain in  ths small of my back- and hip that used tc  catch ma whenever I tried to climb a fence  This lasted for about two mo r. ths when 1  bought a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectr'c  Oil and used it both internally and e^fer.  naily, morning and evening, for threedaj'3,  at the expiration of which time I was com.  plstcly cuxexj." '        "   '  Tho Recording Angel doesn't credit  a irian with what his tombstone says  in his favor.  To provo to you tharj "Or.  Chase's Ointment isacertaiu  and absolute euro for each  and every form of itching,  Weedingn-ud protruding pil C3,  tho 'ajawsteofcurers have guaranteed it. Sec testimonials ia the daily press and ask,yenr neighbors what they think of it, . You can uso it and  e?b your money back if not cured. 60c a box. at  1 U dealers or Kdmanson.Bates & Co.,Toronto,  Quite the latest mechanical development comes from the United States  where a young couple' -were married  by , phonograph. Smallpox having  broken, .out in the lady's house-the  usual ceremony was rendered impossible, so she spoke her vows into a  talking "~machine, which was disinfected ' and forwarded to the bridegroom,  who  completed the record. '���  Mr. T. J. Humes, Columbus Ohio, wr tea:  "fhuvc beon ufiTcrcd for rouie tmuwith  Kidney and Liver Complaints, and find Pnr-  melee'd Pills the best medicine for these di-  eeaser. Th- so pills'' do not cnusj pain or  gripintt, and thouid be u-e I when a c tthart-,c  is required. They aro Gelatine Coated, and  rol'ca iu the hour-'of L corice to preserve  their purity, und give them a pleasant, agreeable taste.   ' '  '^  Ohase's Ointment  iiuirket holds firm at 'JVs  dozen  for  points.  fresh case eggi  to  at  and the  10c per  country  Mc-d-  A well trained mind has less di/li-  culty.in submitting, to than in gn'id-  "an ill-trained mind.  inK,  ���A poor theatrical company really  benefits a town more in a- financial  way than a first-class troupe. Jt  brings money to town to IW apartment bills and hall rent, and takes  nono out.  LAVE STOCK.  .CATTLTZl���Some cattle have already  been shipped east to meet, the excellent    export    demand. '.Butchers are  'finding    cattle1 very scarce arid .hard,  to  obtain.     For choice beef animals���  they are   now paying as high as 5c  per pound off cars '.here.   The general  range   of    prices   is from 4\'-xc to 5c.  There is a good demand for stockers,  and the westward movement, of-.theso'-  is     now  quite heavy.    Yearlings  are  worth    lis"   high as ��1.(5 per.head at  point    of   shipment.   Two year olds  are bringing -from $20 to S'22.-  Ml LCI I- COWS-*- Cows , arc ..very  scarce, anil good milkers readily  bring $4.f> each in this market. As  most of the. stock offerings are poor,  they'bring less money, the range ���being from $35 to $45. j,  HOUSES���There is a good steady  demand for horses for both farm and  general uso. and dealers find no ilifli-  culty in disposing of all they can secure. The market is being largely  supplied from Ontario. .. There are  some Montana horses selling. Prices  continue high.  Monlcoy Brand Soap will clean a houso from  cellar to roof, bub won't wush clotlios.  other useless- trinkets that catch the  ��� eye of the '.poor black���hut that are  no earthly use to him. These are  all ' " gifts���free-^-gratis���for nothing ! I !" We all know who soon  owns the black man's land.  Yet this system of conciliating tha  innocent is not practiced alone, on  the negro.' How many women  read that they can get a certain  "present1", with a certain purchase  and forthwith they make the purchase to get the "present"���free���  gratis���for nothing ! ! ! The present may or may not be useful���but  in this twentieth century are' there  those who believe they have not  in the purchase paid for and often  dearly paid for the "present"?'  When you want a horse you cannot buy his teeth at ten cents a  tooth, and get' tho horse thrown  "_into the bargain:  . When you buy a dress you do not  buy the buttons, and have tbe dress  thrown  iu.  ��� And no more than you can thus  get the present of a horse or a dress  can you get a "present"���free���  gratis���for nothing���of diamonds,  gold, jewellery, and cutlery, with the  purchase of a bar of common soap.  When you buy Sunlight Soap you  are presented  with  pure quality in  the soap itself.     You do not pay for  loading refuse at the price of soap,  You don't wear out your clothes in  half the time, and  ruin your hands  with Sunlight Soap, as Avith common  soap.     ."' .'���'���'������' ,���' ���.;���������' - '  ']<��� -  ,-.- .''������-.   . - --���  If yoti want soap,    buy    Sunlight  Soap���Octagon   Bar���and   you     have  paid for nothing but, pure soap.      If  5'ou want something else than soap,  buy it'independently of the soap, and  you know what it has cost you.  "You may fool some people all the  . ;time';-'  You  may  fool  all  the people some  of the time.  You  cannot  fool  all   the people all  the time ;" .  "' ���"  You cannot long fool a woman.     615  ,A good Christinas present for a coquette would be a hook for the "recording of engagements.':  Minard's Liniment Cures Colas. Etc.^  Old  Sa-n-s   nnd   Snj-injrs.  A few old-sayings on the subject of  food come to us rather as a surprise  In our age of daintiness and refinement, yot they have their raison d'etre  notwithstanding. "Moat is much; manners are more;" "Cease your chatter  and mind'your platter:" "The ass that  brays most eats least-;" "The wing with  the liver to hitn who's the giver;" "lie  can give little'to his seryaiit who licks  his own. trencher." ���  Apropos of this remark, it is amusing to note that "manners'' wns the  uuine given to the remnants of a meal.  These came'to tho servants as official  perquisites: hence our woll worn expression before "���> emptying a dish,  "Leave the last slice (or whatever it  may hci for mniiiiors." though if votes  were collcctod on Ihis point it is hardly  likely that any of us would have taken  it ns it stands In the original.  A novel fort'; has just been completed at San Paolo Island,.at the  entrance to tho military harbor of  Ta'ranto, Italy. Tho fort is a large  steel tower, with external armour  5 feet thick. It-contains two 12-ton  guns. The. entire tower can bo turned in any direction by hydraulic  force. The 'tower weighs 50,000 tons  ancl cost ��4SO.00O.  JIM'S Liiiiieiit Cares Garget in Cows7  I-'uxr. '' '  in , Alabama,''  Wo are very fond of reading-others'  characters, ,but we do not like to be  read ourselves. '."���,'  Give Holloway's Corn,Cure a trial. It removed ten corns from ono pair of feet without any pain. What it has dono onca it will  do again.  After a, woman passes a certain  age she is willing to get married  even on a Friday, '.,''���  JVo  TIirm!cH   Due  A minister went Irom Kansas City  down into the country to preach. Before going Into tlie pulpit ho' asked if  any one interrupted with "aniens" and  other ejaculations, as he could not  stand such interjections, fie was told  of one old ��� woman, who always mado  herself heard at all good points. She  was risked'oh this occasion to desist,  and she obliged for once. At the end  of the sermon the minister met her  and warmly thanked her for hold higher tongtie.  "No need to thank mo, no need to  thank tne!" she, os claimed. "You said  nothing whatever to make me shout!"  An  AilTmiced  Course.  "Oh, Mr. Johns,", exclaimed iMiss  Gush, "I- heard you talking to pa about  plants, and I do so want to talk to you,  for, you know, I'am very Interested in  botany. I like all kinds of plants and  tiowers, as, of course; you do, top, Mr.  fohns;.but what varieties of plants are  you particularly interested iu?"  "The' plants which I am most interested in," replied Mr. Johns, "are machinery 'plants."-.  Miss Cush looked mystified for a moment. ..but soonjbi-ightoned up, remark- ;  Ing:   Z ���''���"..   iA .    .      '''"'���  "I haven't got so far as that yet"��� ;  London Tit-Hits. i  Just   for  A colored man1 in , Alabama,'- on��  hot (lay in duly, whiio ho was at  work in a cotton field, suddenly stopped, and looking towards the skies  said : "0, LawO, de cotton, am-' so  grassy, de'work am so hard, and de  sun am so hot, dat I b'liev�� dis darky  am  called, to  preach."���Outlook.-  A man once wrote to a Western  lawyer for information in regard to  a certain person who had owed him  a considerable sum of money for a  long time. "What property has ha  that 1 can attach ?" he asked. The  lawyer's reply was brief and to the  point : "The man died six months  ago. lie has left nothing Save a,  widow   subject  to   attachment.'  A gentleman traveling in Europe  engaged the services of a courier.  Arriving at an inn in Austria, the  traveler asked his servant to enter  his name in accordance with the  police regulations of that country.  The man replied that he had already  anticipated thc order, and registered  h-im as an American gentleman l of  means. "But how did you write  my name?" asked the master. "I  can't exactly pronounce it but I  copied it carefully from your portmanteau, sir." "But it was not  there," was tho reply.. "Bring me  , the book. Thc register -was brought  and revealed, instead of a plain English name of two syllables, the following portentous entry : "Monsieur  Warranted   Solid  Leather."  To  Jatlsre  an  Opni.  An expert on opal mining has recently., explained how the opal is judged as  to .quality and .���'dssirability.' First, he  says, color is of the greatest importance. ,Red fire, or red in combination  with yellow, blue and green, nro the  best. Blue by itself is quite valueless,  and the green opal Is not of great value  unless the color Is very vivid and the  pa tteru very good. The color must be  true���that is to say,-it-must not nm ln  streaks or patches, alternating with a  .colorless.or'inferior quality.  rnftcrn. is described as being an Important factor, the several varieties be-  known as "pin fire'.' when the grain i.s  very small, "harlequin" when the color  is all in' small squares, the more regular the better, and the "flash tire" or  "Hash opal" when tbe color shows as a  single flash or in very large pattern.  Harlequin is the most common and is  also popularly considered the most  beautiful. When the squares of color  are regular, and show as distinct, ml- ;  mile checks of red, yellow, blue and  green, it is considered- .magnificent.  Some stones show better on edge than  ou top.  iy  t -  ; ��� (  j  i  r"   ��� i  i  l  i.  (  I  ;   r  s  <6   ' ',; ;  l^^^^^^^^^^^feS-a^^l^M^S^ffiH  n iwSa'4 .-.Si  1  i   i  M  ��� 4  ',  1.4  i.n  SEaKgfiMBMIBHMMlllHWIfTHil' ll ffWi"nafflH".1  SUTFI-E & CO.,  PnbUshQra.  EiT23 OF iDESCEJTrnoif.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  FELS02!, B. C,  j     Boarding and Day school conducted  1/biSt^rroni^'^3!'"  ^' ihe\ha}\ on  Violcria clreefc.    Sojour^   b^ ������ Sisters of Nelson,  IJ.  C.    All  J    ��7r Jt; \�����n6 to*hj* detention :"    j Odd Fellows cordially invHed r   '" branches of ele.n.enJery. business" and  ^.citeS^ Fi^kaW     j^^^-ation  taught'by   tho  ..^   .rand the   V:do*  married f-  - ^^^     ,      '    '^f;'     ?��ter3 WJio hol.l Jccrlificafcs from   the,  ^".J-     I London    Board    of  Education   and  Science     Department)     Kensington,  stepdaughter and the   v.ido'.v  married  me.    Iheri   my   father,   who   wao   a  16 ��11,6  l** ���*- .- -       I   ,  widower,   reef my stepdaughter 'and I-^^ = r-^^-^?^?^^^  *��� ��� _^   married her.   That made 'iny w-fe the  Moyie      Miners,-*    TTrnon  &ATUBDAY, MAY 21. 1902. ,       ���*��* in-W of   her" frther   &',��>    **   '" .Jf"    '    *      -"n.2?n  s^^^^rs^^ made   my    step   <laughter   ���*' ^P- 71-  TWawemstobetboaofteonforeruD I ���0ther and   .n1^   fa����r   my atepgonj ,Moet.8:�� ^Gregor half every Tuesday I  tons.    Tho next one is likely to occur .       ,my B*?���&**>'^ fcp d&uqh.]*���1^    Sojourning    members   are'  eithei-at Vesuvius or VadonV ter of ,n3'^ife had   n  son.   That  boy   C0rdj?lly jailed to attend.   '  |w��X0W���y'brqthS'r' ^"Whe  Jo^Bi^cKBUiajr.       * P. T. Svmi  , w�� m> father's sen.   He was also tbe' ' '       '  ��� I Rdn   .->f     .��.. '     -.��   . /.    > . .     -  England,    Arrply to SisterSuperior.  TiritiTTie   iiiijiwwi  AT TH3  Louis Nixon has resigned the leader-' Tn T       ^ aCn'/ He was '��-lso ��"  ?hip of Tammany hall, New York   be-  nI      /   ^   ^   ^P^Shfer'and  cause ashe declared he cannot *i4tain   ,��� ^V^f ??nd80��-'  Thafmade  .^*�����-"K^^ ^   W stepmother..  ^me.    Mr.-firixon'-beoaino  the  buoms    fn^?I'*^ttd'.80n'   My "mother j  3or of Croker about four months o, CJ ' ' t?6 efe^sts> of my ��0Q/is also  .after  Tammany   wa9 'ec   ^/^    ^-ndmother, 'because,^  is  herl  feated at the polls.'      "'  , 7     ��:/ ftoP��on'8  child.     My   faLLer   io   "the  /brother in  lay of   my .-child,' because  President.  Secretary  ' ?he etrongeat animals'eiist entirely  an vegetable food., It is  the ferocity  ���T am  liia stepsister is ' his ��� wifo^  brother of ray own'son,   v,ho   ia  ako  -lie   child of   my   step-gfandmotlior  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets on the first Wednesday '  evening of each'month at  g o'clock sharp iir'fcho court  house. ' "       '''v ���"  A. p. AlAcpqiuLp, Pres,  fedware  I you will find a complete clock of gen-  I eral Hardware, Enamel and Tin ware/  Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.   '  *" ' "   '  i <  j  ol the Hon rather   ihiui   hio A���A  i "'   ���y   Bl��P-Srandm'otlier.  ?lu��.l..  mdtohfoV n^tafe-r C!"d'a  "H"1' A ����  ="d he 'is i vegetarian'   The an 2Z S        " ' """^  '"���",l r '��n>       "  . ...   ���  ���    i   .  &..La"a^'    fne animals!own eranr'fn'rior��      ���  '  ;vith moot.��pefld 'and' enduranoe'-the        ' BSiQ^a"her'  he. ^wJoiiHg^/' L^is' T^xrsox,  13^*���,,^ ,nil PIam>ln,  l*o- ,   , _ Vice-Pres.      " Sec'y. I ,''*'���".���"'*"'"     '        /���  Mth moat.��peed 'and' endurance'���the  ;*oree, reindeer, aiiteippe'and'' others���  *.iro also vegetarians."  ���m  iuv1!  r��ssf           COUICT .WOTIjE  So. 4GGo  iloois wi tlio last Thura i ^PT^^j  'day o/each month. Vis.  ithig brothej-n  invited  to attend  j P. T, flif.'r*ff, "Oj   It.  )��  '  . ?  ���   '-'A  .,>,  >S  Ir"  Lr  * "i  ���    Another IVaud .Kipoced.  f "Pear Bur^'she wrote'to.the ipec!i-  vs    .,   rA^^-sssss , cms firnj, ��my huoband waa aU'-im  fltetofl Steel Trust, caya   the combine P0"^ three both, bat it 'done no rood  ^llbe.satzs/led with a clear  pront of He', dad.   So I brand 7ou    3a ��?'  .tfatonon   it,  output.   The Tread-   **����� J. Pauking.  veil mine of Douglass Island, Alaska,   '   ?��� S.   He was run down by  ��  0'to  is content with the   profit   of   a 'few | niobeal."-JEx "  cents a the-on its output. But then its  stock has not been  watered,   a'nd c0 j. ^ ����-��* i.niuiw.v.        .   . rj-xmu.B. c.    "  body is cinched in the earning of itsL ���QSley Cline' oi tlie  Central' hotelL, .   A '   ���'"   ^  barber shop, is   now  agent  far, the   Barristers & Solicitors  ssss       , Kootenay Steam Laundrv ��t  xr���i _Ll__ '  ���W^Hriio  Kootenay Stsam La unary.  'Harvey" ^   McOarter,  FOKT STEELE. B.C  H?rrey, MoCarter �� AJesandor.  FERjVIE, B. C.  City   Shaving  Parlor,  CMmUL  JJOTJEm  MoYra, B. C.  revenue.  .1 -  {  'r  r          r��j  t   i  ' u  <    ,  ,* ir  ly1  ?  n,   ..  .          ' Kootenay Steam Laundry  at Nefcnn  M.r.i.uano aild its VoJcano. All laundry left in his char"e ��1U  ��"I  ^nwonooflhe   West   India   P-mptly attended to    L^Lyl" t  wtr Ithe Chai" ��f thePe hl b6f0re ^"-^^eveuing ^  r-esser Antilles, nnd   constituting,   a cash in advance.          ' r  *'  igrench colony, lies 32 miles SOutb  ofl ��� '   2  Dominica and'22 n'liles  north  0/ jgt*  Lucia.      The   greatest'  le^gLh   /s  43'j  miles, tlie mean   width   19,' and  the  ���   .1  '(.  ��� n  i'c  11  a  ���   u  n  .r  1 i)  T  surface comprises 244,000 acres  or 230  square miles.    A   cluster   of  volcanic  ���mountains  in -the   north,   a'similar  group m   the   south,   and   a ��� li���c  oi  lower heishtp between   them; form the  joackbone of the-isiand, ' which   culmi-  uatea   in   tbo   northwest  V- Mount  Pelee,    '     0n'au average   about 50,000  acres  aro devoted to  'the   sugar   crop,  over  J-,000 to coffee,  about  700   to  cotton  aud nearly   1,700   to cocoa.    Martin-  ique  enjoy,; a  -remarkable  immunity  ; from hurricanes, half   a  century  frequently, paseiug without their visitation.    The island in  round numbers-  had at the  last   rough   census  about  180,000-inhabitants, about 10,000 more  ���females than males, and is thus nearly  asdensly  peopled  as  Belgium.    The  ;.t^:^ '-A- .���~ ,vot-  6C  tf-Slcyon Hot S prices.  The most complete h,ealfh resort .JD \GRAKBMOV  I -a* coning G?FGrth 4,norioa,   git.   ^_     ^��K'  ua.ed   njjdst   scenery 'iiiiriytflcd  for" ~~  granduer.    THE   ""'       SPRINGS Sanitarium; iialcyu-  i-ol  springs, Arrow Lake/k ^C.' -Resident.  physician and nurse,    Boating fishiu* ]  and   excursions.      Telegraphic   com!  munication   with   all   parts' of    thG  world.   Two mails-arrive ancl  depart  daily.   Tern?S;$fo io'?18.nor week]  according   to   residence" in  hotel \or  villas... Its baths cure al)  nervous and I  i muscular diseases.   Its'watery heal all  kidney,  liver and  stomach   troubles.  Ihe baths and waters are an invahuhle  remedy for silver and lead  poisoning  W, P. (HJItD,  **��� i-     *    Z?  1  iJjV.EKISTJ��ij, SOHCJl'OB, ETC  :��$$ ST.EaGK'Kt MiaVjx,:.;"  ���riffiMOVipLUMiBKKCo'  ^BK,.MITCUELf/A0()    '     '  ^kjjj, ca:ui>b'ell ^ C(;  ��acEACIIERN & MACUn-MM  KOQTENAY HOTJS��.  OjENTHAL JJOT^f,;' '  .MOYJB HOTEL.' * ' ��� ,  THE LEABEIt OFEiOi  Q. II. MXNEjl-. J ' "'  J. J.MIJRPJIY.'  P.P. HOPE. '  J. I'.FAltRELJ/..  '<2x., ifec,, tC'c.  !- &   Cfl��-  iht;W  luroffftf  ���f '%ri  j.pff09  *Hf#      *    " ",1UJa_f  'mm  a Insure  ni  iatMMBtfnr��4f��*J����-j|r-1^yy-i>^^.'B.^ ������������,���      .   . >*^��. XUCjflf   ^ 1  Drug ai?d Stationery, Sjtdre.  enay  The best of accommodations  for the f raveliug'pubh'c.  BOOTS   'AND  'SHOES*  J2epairod and Mado to Order.  -Gg4rJ^B00K.|K,;A:SMITH, ' ' Moyi  Daily market prices  by  wire    /   SEAR MaoEacursn & Mac^o-sam)  from Spokane]      ^  Toilet Arrides'  tj  Office ^fatiojaery  School Supplies,  in  Chemist and Druggist.  MOYIE,  "*"*-**- 'iiaJMM JUMaaaaaapMni  LEWIS THOMSON,  /Treat m.'ins of t^p ,-.o,-,.,i,,t.-^.  .   *     cofibists  of Creole negrocc and   half   castes  of  vaiious grades.    Marriage is frecueal-  t    ly ignored, and of  the  births  no  less  >e    :than GO per cent are illigitimate.  It  iVoik Ariiiiijj tha Dead.  ' In the destroyed city of St. Pierre on  Martinique island the work among  the ruins is being continued in an un-  satifactory manner. The dead are be-  ?ng,burned, the pyres being fed wjlh  petroleum and tar. Great Sires are  jf;   kept going, which   at   night  light  uP  17  ia  rUBLIC KOTICBiBjierobyelvcn that meet  mgsof the Commission issued I0VlI   ��'  qrymro the administration  ol tbe-  -Liqn0r  i.cwu.c.-Act 1900" iu the Fort  Steele LiJ  District, Mill be held os follows- "  At iroyte ou 26th May 1902 at 10 o'cloot t x  ,��"��>. ��; 27th Way 1902 at 7 o'clock Pv  Ferme " ��th Way 1902 at !0 o'clock A M  Cranbrook ��81si May 19(��.at 10 o'clock A M  ^rj-svrne �� 2nd June 1902 at 10 o'clock A ��  Kimberley ��4Ui Jane lite at 10 o'clock A v '  �� Fo, t Steele ���< oth June 1902 at 2 o'clock P   Nf*  Sif aott�� ��-  govern thexasoliS  accoiclmglv. LE8TOCK.K. FORliis,  ���,-.., Secretary to the Commis-'sionpr  Kimberley, B. 0., iiay 10,1002.  Moyia,  the entire   iahmd.     Although  thousl  J   andd have been burned, many still   re-  -   main    to   be    cremated.     Searchers  .10   wlllle walking through the ashes often  ���0  ehp upon what appears to bo u charred  i(  Pillar of stone,   only   to   learn   as  it  js yields griiGBOinoiy under foot that it is |  j   Hie trunk of aome unfortunate.   Some  J ol the walls of the   houses   that still  ij, stand crumble   and   fall at   a  touch.  fti Some idea of   the   terrible  heat- that  ,a poured down from Mount  Pelee  may  ;;��� be had whan it Is known that the iron  r  rollers of thoPrinello nugar mills were  ;  melted as   though   they   had  passed  e  through a furnace.  1 "   t Mrs. SrclCiuley Koco-jori7;ij,  1 The  widow   of   the   late pl'esident.  e McKmloy is it is stated, now  in  good  �� health; better in   fact   than   she   Las  f been  for   many   years   past.    She 'i��  m strong enough to sign all  her  checks  c wntea autograph lettcis and  transacts  I n  considerable   amount  oi   biwiness.  3 Jorrnerly she was unable  to  attend  to  ��� any of these matters. The terrible  i ordeal through which she passed dur-  ' her serious illness in California and nt  i the time of the assassination and  [ death'ofher husband, it is said had  * the peculiar effect of restoring her ner-  |hh.S  Volls Astern to something like its not-  CHASa  P.  CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and  Notahit Pubuc, Accod.v- I Embalmer.  ���i&   �����^�� "I Chacon o���,.egoof  lta  United States. Upholstering and general- furniture repairing. OQk0 and  store, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph and  mail orders promptly, attended to.  Cranbrook. B. C.  Per  X'EDEItST.iifV/jltCESTERERld:: CO.  Lager Beer, Porter a  Uili  M  I'OIt   PINE   TAILOBING   GO   TO  ays on Ha  auality not. excelled in the country.  be convinced.  Try it antj  feE^tifiAISTT   TAILOR  Pine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported   'Goods.  moyie, ,.    b. c  1 -  V/JJOI.ESALS AJJ�� KETAIL 1-ni.mTmAM  MEAT    MERCHAX^S.pMTON   J  NELSON  Fresh  and Cured Meats, Fresh  Pish, Game  ana  Poultry.    We  ,     supply   ouly   the  best.     Your  trade^solicited.  .trA-RKETS  In    all   the   Principal  Cities and   TownsJ in  Sritish Columbi  lei,.  ���i? HI {HP-J ,  ?^4s^^a?- con(-lilion-  ���POli���  HEAVY TEAMING  J0E.K3WJV   /JEOi  i*  to  to  W^t^I-$8^Vp^ with the Best;the  <^p ��f=+af ��rd5- T5-eT Bar is Killed with  . the Best Brands of Liquors arid Cigars.  Baggage.  ���ALSO���  ExrjtE.o.s   AjVD  Gknerai  HfiADQUAHTKllS   I'Olt  EA.ST   XoOTESjAY  fiELIVEKY.g  MOYJB.  May 269 805  June 29,  July 2/3, 4o  Prom Rossland, Trail,  Nelson and Intermediate Points.  O. F. DESAULNIER  oeai.ee 1  TO Minneapolis,  Chicago  Detroit  Toron to  Montreal  I HEADQUARTERS  FOR'cOMMKRCIAL f  ��     ^ 'r nurrrstr cor.i Aini.v J  *���'���     -��� ,,..-. .  "***"M******~*~~ll"l ��l   IHI|l>l��a��  r        -    Sirtf PRICES  _���*���v_^ _ fej  iuat  NV.V  .���? dJ.fjO  (M..50  77.00  S0..1O  J00.50  i^Ji  Pshiip'V.aaR  -��.��-��-  ASSATa5JU.9  'PROMPT-DELIVERY.  NELSON,  B. c I Queens' Ave.     MOYIE  Co.responding   reductions    from    all  Kootemiy puinU)j uaual djV(irpo ^^  Meals and berth included on Canadian  PacilicKy. Lake steamers.  Through bookings to Europe  vm. all Atlantic   lines.    pr0-  paid tickets  from   a]]  p&ints  atIo;ve.efc rates.  [For  Rnteg, Map8/ T1      c  (i. Hllller, Agent, Moyis.  |J-S ��*������������� KJ.COV��,  m.t.r����Agi. �������,���..,,���  ���Nolaoii, , -   .  Vuncovcr.  W  bo  ha  it 4  th:  "VI-  "S? *-!Z**?j~"*Mpfin  ls Millabl :Kaff^ WoOLCc  A��t.  E*ST KOOTENAY B0milll]"cO  CRANBROOK, B- 0,  Areated Waters qf all  Kinds.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water, and Syphens.  ajmaa  S^sssm1?^^!^��  Prices Givor-  and   Ordern  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the

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