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The Moyie Leader May 30, 1908

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 I centa  > cents  | cents  ' cents  y'1" United C  wtain and ^  3���--"f money m  aoyotiiMof^  iiMf  .-{icy spring'shirts;    Various  assort-  ;abric, including.zeffersj  gingham's,  Wind' riewmelven crepe.  few .artistic designs and' patterns  are  liver shown-by us and tlie rapid sales���  ���\are making is ample reward for the i-  irpuble' exercised in-selecting. .They-  resold on sight: ;j   y,   y     ;  , Strawberries will soon be' ripe  around Kootenay lake.  ',     "     ,.-\ .'        ..  �� Vancouver now has "a population of. 85,000. - * '    ,  , The population of Winnipeg is  said to be.'l 18,000,  ' -"  f-U'i \  '^FOtt' 'q-JAMTI,  ' nunc. ���  iners.  d up.,  ,!*.  \ (\ i v  -* ?  British Columbia" has received  $345,000, being half tho bead "tar  on^he Chinamen last,year.    *    ���  Dkl.&F. king, the Cranbrook  dentist, ia moving* to the coast  a,n4 will locate at Vancouver.  ���. c  >.,  .��*,,-* 't'f      " '*' ^, -" *'' s V ;'       ��t,-k  *  ��� ly** ?-^ji  "iffr..  ' '"    .. i. nt   ir(',         ;       , -     '  > A Chinese leper   was found in  (Winnipegthe other day and * was  immediafceV.ordered depotcea?f, '  ����� *" 'r>   i ^. .," t , '     '  ,  Tho largest warehouse ' on the  Pacific.coast-'is-being erected at  ���Prince* RupbrtVfor' Foley,:, Welch"  and Stewart-'->'      ,���      '*���<.    _-'  . Premier MeBride, W. J. Bowser,  attorney'' general,    and    H.    22.  Young,     minister   of   educ<*ti:>n,  were given a rouging .reception at  the(Cranbrook  Opera house last  night.    MeBride and his ministers  are making" a trip .'through   the  province meeting-th'e  people and  ascertaining their needs.   It is to  be; regretted i that'   Mr.  MeBride  could not spare the  tiuae ,to stay  off at Moyie for a day.   However,  several of his freinds  and" admir-'  era were at the station yesterday"  and had a short* chat^ with  him  while the train-stoped. , ' -' " ,  your  and Stewart.'  1 '   -i>,  "f}  n'-s-j  Jjlt.V-  andt^ see? me^at the  llVr>"-v��'-Ti..j>< - i> !' fJl  I W     r - n J. ,  INEW^STORE  esMdrley! Buildifig.  ���'A.^V^.V-f Vr'^.TictV', "i'./v.:'-':- >' r.A'-JT-  < J'  . ,���*".'���  ry-y\  iT-ji,"  -    a-1  Vyi-  ���s        ���*/;  -     -*J*1  ���r4v  ">^*5t  or,,-��    '-c��w.v-- '  -'-ji-j  -   ���'"' -'-^-�����  I'There'is'a rate war on'r betweleii  Seattle and Victoria> and on some  ^'i^.f^oats^you-.canride'betweea  the t'wo.places 'for^S cents."-   ,. "'  - ?>r*^^kL ��� Oddfellowa'' ancl  Knights of Pythias have donated"  $3i0;4theAjprdceedsrf of tan nenter:  tainmeiit, to the' anti-tuberculosis  sanitarium building fund at Victoria. f\ I'v^Vx - 4s       :���/    -  tbria  - I It is 'said thkt W.' D.V Haywood  feels ^keenlyi.his discharge ,from  thejservice^of the pastern 'Federation of. Miners,1'and that he in-  tends<-'toA{run,- agafnst Ohas.H.'  Moyer for'the presidency. ^He is  SeingA-backed  by 'a tdissatisfied  faction.of the'-feder'ation. ( '    " \  '" >'-"A-f?   "-.-.'"-    '  '   ,   .   "  ..'r  Knights of Pythias Officers.  ' / '-;,,   \;i  *��� ^   : :  The* followingi are ;the'newly'  elected'   officers,; of '."St.   Eugene  Lodge No 37, Knights of Pythias:  ' 0." H? Livesley���C.1. C.        .  B. E. Taylor-r^vAcj.C.       -r��' \ -  '  A. S. 'Roberts���Pcelate," ''''",'' *"���  , W..J:FeJtham���M. oi\W,1 * " '  :; e: a! Hiii^K^of r. arid's:,fv:',  70.*A.;Foote���ar.-of-K V ���' "   ,.-  /Hugh McDonald-fM., "at ^ '**,  P. J.' McAlpine���I. "'G.V  ; c.j.white-o. &-\; "dAtr.  '^Thesepfflee^I Will .fee installed  at the "first meeting in, Jvdy.ic ���   '  ^Scored ."Another- Success. - '  /ft  ^ ' ��� - - _ q,  ?J*S9e3=5^-i!i9^5di3^S>3&5-55J!>$3�� j  W. L Reid is  now in  Vancouver.  Don't   overlook   getting  miners' licence renewed.  D. J. Elmer of Cranbrook was  in town Thursday. , '  A.L. Barnhart, is tap from'his  farm on the Lotver JMoyie river.  Mr. and Mrs. A..J. Flood left  yesterday for .their ranch in Alberta. "'���'.,,  S. G. Blaylock, superintendent  of the'Sfcl Eugene, is laid up at his  Home with an attack of grippe.  Mrs.   Attwood   and   daughter'  .r.vnr**    Cram  OUR GLASSES EO   IT  W. H. WILSON, Optician  CRAMJP.GOK.  YKAH  tt^^?^&&znshvs3a  ��!&.   r-  PAINT  e_from   Creston  Nina came home  Thursday.  ' Bob Walters and Angus -McMillan' arrived here Thurday from  Field. ,   ���      ,   "  There *was,afgood attendance  and,a splendid time at 'the dance  given'  in    Morley' hair Monday  night. , ,     A r     ���        '  .Two Greeks were'in town soliciting for churches "of their'fiiifch.  Tbey were -not given^much encouragement "and soon left." 'A  Thoseriii<��r��stedVin fgetting ;Up  a'hoae team are requested to meet  m'     This is tlio time of tlie year to do  your paini-  "xng, while the days-are cloudy and cool/and  before  the dust Dogins to fly,    .     ���      , ���>>  oil MWe, Cary ?���m"x���* ^ady inixed  paint,'in-  all the leading colors:    Also   white  lead, oil, turpentine, varnishe9, paint Brushes, etc., etc.     -:'-   ,  With Prism Brand mixed paint   vou can  do"  -your own work as well as any painter:"  v   , Try a tin" 6n your kitchen ceiling'or wainseot-i '  ing, and be convinced'that with Prism  Brand voii'  are a painter.     ��� -    ��� *  MacEacherr &, Mac^oiiald  ''     ' -���   :t��� ..  Death' of Martin Foley.  ���at^3e0.fl1;han! *"dy>J��ninV|    .Marfcin Foley died at'^is home  The. people now look upon^Prof:  McHenry-grpicture'-show. as', a 're-'  galar,; feature A every" Wednesday  evening. ,'<!The ,'sh'ow;. Wednesday  evening was fully as good Sa the  -.v, w' on?fch,6^reek"befdre,"'and Morley  uhas.��H. hall was again 'taVed/.to^it^fall  seating,', capacity. The ^dances  afterwards are also" proying every,  popular.', Mr.l.McHenry andt his  able assistant;.,Wm.' ^SwaynU'^are-  thoroughly.up Jn-.thei?: business"  1 -i        ft i-   ^ .      *- ,    ~ *  HJ.^S^ 1��^ meetin'g of the, Per-  nie' policev"c6mmissiohers" it was    e-v"��i"'ii-.imBu-- uusiness.  decided,-to-^close , 'down W lid' T-e're Wil1 *h�� ~*���foev,*K:o$' and  tighVonVamblineinitlhi ~i&, .^' d^nce nie^ Wednesday.everirne.'",  rnished  .the Sed  s Filled  3 and  fift&MflSM!.  i^the ; quality*?;1 >We^ carryyABowlby's V A &  ndf-heavy syijiip;  better ffruit ��and/*  in thjiiihy other-brand. ' .Pears;! ciierr"  is;  st-c-awberries, " raspberries;'' i^lums,  "bodeberries,.,25 cents a can:',   A l  * Salmon is, just delicious; 20 cents. "  .   Deposit Accounts Opened s  APARRELL   BLOCK,        ;",,  tight;6ri gamblingjnjhe citJy, and  ordersihave Ibeent,issuedL tb.��� that  eirect'.y'lt[is the 'intention\of, the  authorities: Venforce this edict to  t^e. letter,. and" "to / seel that it is  carried out.-A    -     l    '  /mill  is   1  Runn'  ���> ^  -��i .i  - **.��-  A^oyie'S    LEADINa   HOTEL.  The hestrof accommodations  for the-TraYeling Public  ^Commodious Sample Booms'. Billiard Booms.  JAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. /   ,      |  B. L. Borden ��� will' address   a  great "meeting- in .Halifax ' about  June'28. " Hon.   "Richard      MeBride, R,P. Roblin, J, p, Whitney  and J. ' D> Hazen  have^signified  thier intention of'being^present  and taking part in the meeting.  This" meeting, will open Mr. Borden's election campaign  and. will  be the only, one Jn ' Nova Scotia.  It will be following by a '* similar  one in St. John for the province of  New,Brunswick,    and the series  will"also include' meetings in Ontario  and  Quebec.    v  !Jr���.\  iThe sawmill of-theA Porto^Rico'  ILumber company" was-.Started  Wednesday, on -the<' season's cut.  Log driving on Lamb' creek -is  practically over, arid a' fine ' lot  of logs are in the boom, near the  mill. About" 40 r. men are employed. A '''"-',���      '      '   N  .Installing.JSfew. Drills.,  , Chas. ,Parrell" was down to  Cranbrook' Wednesday in "connection - with f stocking the _ Society  Girl property. ;j'   '  '  Mr. and Mrs./Prince arrived in  Moyie Thursday^ from - England.  They a re'the parents of Mrsv. Potter and'Mrs: Chamberlain'. \>  .' Wm/Lawson'and-Jack Thompson are^ ovei\ ^t'-'Silverton doing  ?!f ?!^e.^fc ^ork OIi !their claims.  ���yMfss'JStinson 'leffc , on Friday  morning's train-f'or Spokane ,and  ,Pheonix,^vhere she will' visit for  a-few weeks "before rettirning.to  Moyie:  V '  ���> '-   , "* - v J-   ' si   ,  \ - ��� a A1-1 -., '.,f   c-  ; ' - w  J.o}??. .ili?*?5!'' 7?P���� w��s' blasted  -while-workirig'at the St.' -Eugene  "some"^^^^, ^stilltih Spokane  under the care of ^an' eye specialist. 'There is yet hope of saving  the sight'of one eye."       -    A  '   .  Mrs. Wolf came up from  Cranbrook" "Monda^y to     attetfd "the"/- '-  dance in the evening.    She had a      p j   jj  at Portland, Oregon, on the ldtth  of May. The "Oregonian of that  date contained a' picture of Mr.  Foley and a lengthy sketch of his  life. Mr.' Foley was * one of the  first mining men in the Moyie  camp, and was a partner in the  Lake Shore mine with Cha3. Far-  rell, Thos^RaderAand other owners. __ For a time he was also a  partner with1 Vic! Desaulnier in  the Central Hotel. ' He realized  some'$2 0,000 from;liis share-in.  the' Lake rShore property, after  which he married and"'''moved' to  Portland,,to live. Deceased was  54'years~of age arid-was' a,practil  cal mining man," He held 'several  responsible positions in the'Cojur-  d'Alene country prfor^to" his coming , to ' British Columbia.; He" is  survived by his wife, and 'some  relatives in. the east.'  METAL  -MARKET.  KewY   "'crk Bir'sil'ver/o"},   cts'  Lead $4.75. < Copper,"13 cts.  Lo^dox���Lead, ��12, 13s Od '  Maurice, Powers. Killed.  P. J. Bonner Was Here.  yMmrice Powers   vras instantly  killed at Rossland .Monday  af cer- '  noon while loading some holes  in '  a stope on 'the  11th level  of the >  Centre Star mine ,'with j,a powder  called.   Michellice.";The ,powddr v  had been "expiVimented  with   for  about   two  weeks''by   they mine  management   and   stood *    many .  tests.   It had been ground  so fine  that it'Would pa'33 "through <a',43._ ���  mesh screen and had'deen thrown  L*  against the iron radiator without. '  exploding. * ���      '  4   '      "  Powers vras an- old ^miner and '  had been shift boss and "foreman  in Rossland' for about ten years.  He was one of 'the most expert  and careful miners "in the camp,  and had mmy friends. Hi  ^ I was a native of .Ireland, aged    43.   .  I He leaves a widow'and a daugh-.  m  TORONTO  THE   FURNISPIER,  Why is it  that 90 per cent of tlie travellers are Ayeariiig  20 CENTURY BRAND  Clothing?   Ask  HILL,  frial Bank of Canada.     I  ^Authorized   Ctp^,ljj)aid up   yjp?  ���$10,000,000.   4,025,000.   4,925.000.  [fi  ||avings bank department.  ^nterest^UoWed on deposits from date   of   deposits and    j  If^KSawaPterly.   , C  Lg^^^OR'BRANCH, (  The New Goldfields.  Father Cocola,  of the Catholic  mission at   Stewart, lake  who  is  well known in the  Kootenays,  is  visiting New Westminster, and, in  a recent interveiw with the  Gol-  unibiain, he gave  the latest  and  probably the most authentic news  of Jinlay river gold section.    He  knock3 the bottom   out of the report that the Ingenika is a second  klondyke,   although    he affirms  that some good paying mines are  being  worked iu  that   country.  Whon\ he ltfb Stewart  lake  on  the way out to Ashcrof t the land  was ctill deeply covered with snow  and  work   impracticable    for    a  mouth    or   so.   The   report of a  large cleanup  that  the reverend  father heard was from three men  who claimed to have taken out six  thousand dollars in a very short  time.   As to the authenticity of  the report ha could not pay.   All  the miners who went in last year,  he states, are  well    satisfied with  their findings, although none  of  them struck it very rich.  A. J. Drewry of   Rossland _was  here all week looking  after 'the  sale of a number of Peerless drills  to the Consolidated Company. \ It  is understood the drills, are giving  good satisfaction.    They are manufactured by the   Burrell    Rock  Drill   Co. of- Bellville,   Ont., and  are the only   all Canadian made  machine.   Mr. Drewry is the western agent.  T^:lZZ:,��C ��UC dan0eS �����*���*.*���-* was   inMor,e  tor a day this week mingling with  his many friends.  Farewell   Banquet.   -  A farewell banquet will be tendered Mr. and Mrs. Boulton at the  Methodist church Monday- evening, commencing at' 8:30 o'clock.  The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.  Boulton will attend. Next week  Mr. Boulton will take up his work  at Coal Creek, where he has been  placed in charge of the Methodist  church. He has had a splendid  year.  MeBride Buys New Home.  CARPENTER WORK.  tbl  PJNKHAM, Manager.  All parties desirous of having  any carpenter work done cannot  do better than communicate with  Wm. Bridges or Wm. Meredith,  Aldridge- Prices reasonable.  Work first class.    Orders may be'  Premier MeBride has bought  the handsome house on the  Gorge road, now occupied by A.  T. R. Blackwood, for a consideration 'to be in the neighborhood  of $20,*000,' sayAhe Victoria-Colonist, The grounds are over two  acres in extent and run back to  the water, giving communication  with the city either by road or  by the sea.  jj'' StS-w^wm*- ��&   ��vur��^ "131-ciass.    u  ^'^^WF0^ ��5��9*>--�� /5*75��5^- ^^ ^ -*5��5��b��: *&.* ' left at Fitch's store.  On An Official Trip.  W. D. Matthews, president of  the Consolidated Company,. and  W. H. Aldridge, the general manager, were m Moyie this week and  spent two or three days at the St.  Eugene. Mr. Matthews is also  one of the directors of the C. P. R.  His son is with him on his western trip.  during the summer  .Rev. Mr. Boulton will occupy  the pulpit at the Moyie Mechod,-  ist church tomorrow for the last  time, prior to his IeavingAfor Coal  Creek, where he will spend the  coming year. '  Jas. Gibbons was up from his  ranch near Kingsgate this week.  Mr. Gibbons says every thing is  flourishing down' there,' and he  has unbounded faith in the productiveness of the soil.  Harry Gamble was over to  Rossland this week to attend the  funeral of the late Maurice Powers. Mr. Gamble andv Mr. Powars  worked as shif tbosses at the same  mine in Rossland for several  years, and were close friends.  Ben J. Riley left this week tor  Victoria where he will remain  for a short time before going  north on the Grand" Trunk Pacific route. Mr. Riley wishes it  known ^that all accounts owiug  him are now payablo to Harvey,  McCarter it Maedonald at Cranbrook.  1 FOR SALE���A bicycle equal to  new. Also a Kara organ, piano  case, six octaves and excellent  tone. Only been usad a few  months. In first class order and  equal to new. Piice $S7. Can bo  viewed mornings and'evenings nt  the residence of Mr. S. Moore,  principal of the school, Moyie.  He   had been  down to Spokane getting his family located.  Mr. Bonner now holds  a responsible position at Field on  the O. P." R.   tunnel   work,  and  has 240 men under him.   M. J.  Bonner, his  brother,   and   Peter  Besovi are also holding good positions    there.     It   will'  probably  take over another year to complete the tunnel,  which is seven  miles in length.     /-   .  I.-0. 0.   F.  Officers.  Miners Magazine:���The farmers  of Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska  less.than a year ago were clamoring for men to aid them in harvesting the crop. Now these s ime  farmers are filing complaints  against the tramp nuisance.  The following officers were elected at.the last meeting of Wildey  Lodge No. 41.  H. Sait���Noble Grand,  C. J. Whiter-Vice   Grand,       ,  P. J- Smyth���Secretary,  N. W. Burdett��� Treasurer.      ,    "  These officeis  will be installed  at the first meeting in   July.    The  lodge   conferred    the     Initiatory  and First degrees.   Then followed  a social session and a luuch.  One Boy; One   Girl.  Born���To Mr.  and M rs. P.   Mo-  lander, Sun lay, May 24th, a  son.  Born���To Mr. and Mrs. A. C.  Yeager, Tuesday, May 20th, a  daughter.  Fishing Tackle  RODS, REELS, PLIES,  BAITS, LINES, HOOKS  LEADER BOXES AND  TROOLS.  Greenheart rods from $3 to $13;  split bamboo from $1.00  to ^o.lo  y;  Telephone Meeting.  A general ' meeting of the  Moyie Telephone company will be  held at the Leader ofFice next  Wednesday, June 3rd, at 3:30 p  m. All sharoholbers are requested to attend. The supplies for  the new Moyie system were shipped from Chicago on May 21st.  Lance  wood  rods from   $2  to  Trunk rod3 from �� 1 to $1.50.  $5  Steel rods, jointed and tole3cope, all guaranteed.   Don't overlook  our Japanese bamboo poles. IS to 20  feet long,   only   25 centa.   We  have the '"Ideal," the only up to date landing net.    Tackle boxes, the,  proper and up to date way to keep your tackle is   ia   a  tackle   box.  Reels at any price,    Lines from o cts, to $1,S3.  The largest aud most up to datp stock of flies including all giade  from 5 to 40 cents each,  0Y1E DRUQ & STATIONERY  1  *$  -^*>  i  n, - -  V  " -.1  "  ^��  ���f  *  \  COMPANY,  Jt^.'  ���*��  A-'iygS**  Mi  'i i-.  ���.>* * 5.'-     'J  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITTSH COLUMBIA".  ;5g��".!��w ����� �� V*3g^  >>  ^*  *s J  *t         P    j.  -f  1  *v  ..   (  r'!  l".  ',  *  *  J*a  M  ,       V  \  V-,;  ,  (*'A  *;  5  7U  ���*��� {  "-��  ?*��  ���V  *(^> t\  f';  f  i.)  I'r  *�� -."  *   1  *iJ  ' >l  '  J'?'  4**7  *"i  ��.��  \ h  c  HEFUGEES  L  By A. CONAN DOYLE.  Author  of   "The   Return   of   Sherlock  Holmci" '  Copyright, 1SD3, l)y Harper & Brothers  (Continued*  "I was at Mcudo'i when 1 ]>oaril tliis  news ��� this dreadful news���-and I  sprang upon my horse, hire, aud galloped over to implore you to think  again* before you drag our royal house  bo low." i  "You talk like a fool" cried his father. "I propose (o marry a virtuous  and charming lady of .one of the oldest  uobie families of France, and you talk  as if I were doui�� something degrading and unheard of.'' r P>  "She is the daughter of a man whose  vices were well known, her brother is  -   i  < <" ���/? "��r fi r  X, ' -*' &*  if- 'I? j. it  ' ��� -j  iTw *"  ^'-rV^'c-'* .*  ���r'l.^       .    7   S.-  >*��"f*l''4!.">'  ,NA  ���r'W< ���  . - .i*i��.  tfe Vs r- '-S.-.I'"       <���  .-ff, -��ii.,r- e.  v^J:iA,'Ai''i-  *�������"( -.u.' A- ...  '   <, - '���fv'-'-is'i.&.Vs  ;<is*<f ���J'.jr'r'(',  "l"iAi" '?"!"'      .  Iff-*    '.{.. *���*. >^  'KiiSR.i''-:.'  ','''   ,  l��-'i -  If  fit ��s  ^���rr#4 A  ��� '* - fcs i;  -if,   - 5 l -.  i !'*iV%  ^f  i     -! ' * ',  "ifa   vi"*'-,'1  ' ��   TjJ'O'fN'il-  f    }'  Ml'       . '  4 -"* *} '<U) ,>.  * CHAl'TEIJ JX.  'g'-T-ni.n.v havo Ia-ch that Mile.'Xanon,  H     tlie faithful  coniidauto of Jlrne.  ^3     Oo MaiKtenoii, Jjad learned soiue-  tliing of this interview, or it may  "1)0 iliat Pcro la Ch.iise, with the shrewdness lor vhU'h his order is famous, had  (  come to the couchision that publicity  was> the next means of holding the king  to his present intention, but, whatever  the source, it was kuowu all over the  court next day that the old favorite  was again in disgrace and that theie  1     was talk of a  marriage between  the  king and   the governess  of  his  children.    By midday .there was none in  tho court who had not heard the tidings  save only  Mine,  de  Montespah,  ���who, alarmed at her  lover's absence,  had remained inohanghty seclusion in  her room and knew nothing of what  had passed. ���     '      '       '>       < , I  - JLouis In ills innate selfishness had  been so accustomed to regard' every  event entirely from tlie *ide of how. it  would affect himself that it had never  struck hiin that his long (Suffering family, who had always , yielded to him1  the absolute obedience which'he claimed as his right, would venture to offer  any opposition, to his new .resolution.  He was surprised,- therefore, 'when his  brother demanded a'private interview  that afternoon and entered his presence without the complaisant smile and  humble air with'which he was wont to  appear before him.    '," "-1        ^ r ���  '      '^Vhy, monsieur, you seem' less gayi  than usual today,"0suid the king, with.  ,  . a smile.   "Your dress iudeed'is bright,  but your brow is clouded.   I trust that  all is well with niadanie and with'tha  Dnc de Chartres."  1    "Yes, sire,  they are  well,  hut they  ,   are sad, like myself, and from the same  ' cause."'  'i ' > ��       ^  '���Indeed!   And why?:*' '    *-'  ''Ilave I ever "failed in my duty as  > your younger brother, sire?"       >  "Never,   Philippe,' n^ver!"   said   the  king, laying his hand affectionately up-  \  on   the  other's  shoulder.   -"You  have  'set an excellent example to my subjects." ' ,  '  "Then why set a slight upon me?" '  "Philippe!"  "0*01, sire, I say it is a slight.   We  '    are "of royal'blood, and our wives are  , of royal blood also.    You [niar/ied the  Trihcess of'Spain; I married the.Princess of Bavaria. -It was a condescension, but still I djd'It.    iUy first jvife  was, the  Princess  of  England.   ,IIow  can we udmit'into a house ^which Jias1  formed   such    alliances > as   these ' a  5 woman'who is the widow of a hunchback singer, a mere lampooner, a man'  whose hatno is1'a hywordrtbrough Europe?"   '1 '       '      - ' ',   ' (J '  . The king had stared iu amazement  . at his brother, but his anger now rover-  . 'came-his astonishment. ., '       '"  "Upon my word!" he cried; "upon my  "��� word!' I have said jnst now that you  have been an excellent brother, but I  fear that I spoke a little prematurely.  And so you take upon yourself to object io the lady whom i' select as my  wife!"  "I do,-sire." ----,  "And by'what right?"  "By the right of the  family honor,  cire, which is as much mine as yours.  I look, upon it as a slight upon me and  a slight upon my wife."  "Your wife1. I have every respect  for Charlotte Elizabeth of Bavaria, but  how is" she superior to one whose  grandfather was the dear friend and  comrade in arms of Henry the Great?  . Enough! I will not condescend to  argue such a matter with you! Begone, and do not return to my presence  until you have learned not to interfere  in my affairs." >  "For all that, my wife shall not know  her!' snarled monsieur.  The lcim; was 1o have no quiet that  day. Tf Mine, de Maintenon's friends  had rallied to her yesterday her enemies were active today. 'Monsieur had  hardly disappeared before there rushed  into, the room aAvonth who bore upon  his rich attire every ^sign of having  ljust arrived from a dusty journey. Ho  .���vvas   pale   faced   and   auburu   haired.  of the worsfrepuie, she lias lFd~u7e"Iife  of an adventuress, is the widow of a  deformed scribbler, and she occupies  a menial position 111 tho palace."  The king had slumped with his foot  upon the carpet more than once during  this frank address, but his anger blazed  into a fury at its conclusion.  "Do you dare," lie cried, with flashing eyes, "to call the charge of my  children a menial position? I'say that  there is no higher in the kingdom,' Go  b'ack to Meudon, sir, this instant and  never dare to open j-our mouth again  on the subject", 1  ,,  The young man bowed low and walked with dignity, from the chainber.   .  The king's first hot anger had died'  away by now and had'left,behind 'it a  cold, bitter spirit .which was even mare  I formidable to his antagonists.  I    But  he  had   little  breathing  spaced"  His assailants knew that with persistence they had bent his will before, and  they   trusted   that  they   might  do   so*  again.    It was Loiivois, the minister,  tow  who' entered '1he room,  with his  naje-stlc   port,  his   lofty  bearing,  his  luge   wig   and   his ��� aristocratic   face,  which, however,���showcd some signs of  trepidation,^ it met the baleful eye of"  tlie king.  "Well, Lou vols, what'now?" he ask-"  ed impatiently.   "Has some new state  matter arisen?"       /      *  , '  "Therejjsbut 'one .new state matter  which has arisen, sire,1 but it is^of such  importance- as 'to banish all ,'others  from our mind���your marriage, sire."   ,  "You disapprove of it?"     "," ,   '.',  "v"0h, sire, can I'help it?"' - '   -  ,"Out'of my room/sir! A'm I to^be  tormented to death'by jour Importune  ties? .What! You dare'to'linger when  I order you to'go!" 'The king advanced  angrily upon the minister, but I.ou'vois  suddenly 'flashed ouMiis rapier. Louis  sprang back,' with'alarm andU, amazement upon his face, but it was the hilt  aud .not the point which was presented '  to him.     <",.,,* '  "Pass it through uiy'heart, sire!" the  minister pried,> falling upon his knees,  his whole great frame in a quiver with  emotion, yi will not lne to see your  glory fade!"   , ' ' <   '  "Great    heaven!" < shrieked    Louis,  throwing jlthe . sword   down   upon  the.  ground.    "I believe1 that this is a con-,  spiracy to drive me mad.   Was ever"a-  If,  * I   -  I'        '  \  "'  i   ,  ��� .   I ��� ' V v' <i>  "P<ii\ II thiutnfli .mi/ licttit^t>llc i"  with featunjs which would have bc-oi  strikingly hUt- the King's if it wee no?  . that i his ,nose had   been  disfigured  in  y his .youth.   Tho king's face hail lighted  ;': up at the stelit of him, but itdiirkeued  again as he hurried forward and threw  himself down' at ins feet.  "Oh.  sire,"  he cried,  "spare us tills  grief���spare us this h-.iiuiliation!   I implore you to'pause before you do what  will bring dishonor upon yourself and  upon us!".  The king started, back from him.-  ''This is intolerable!"  he cried.    "It  was bad  from my brother, but-worse-  from my son.    You are in a conspiracy  with  hiin.   Louis.     Monsieur has  told  you to net this part." . ���  The   dahphlii   rose   to   his  feet  and j  looked steadfastly at his angry father,  I  man so  tormented iu  this  life?" This  will be .,1 private marriage" man "and'  It will not afiteet the state In the least'  degree."      .   ~> , v     v- -   ���  > ijLouvois   gathered   himself "*- up   and  shot his rapier,back into its sheath.'"-  ���"Your majesty, is determined?" he  kSkeu. * t   l*'  f   ,, I 1-   -,. ,    1 ,  "Absolutely." , v J , w     ' ./A  ;' 1-, ' *  "Then Pssay no more.'';I have done'  my^duty.".!. He bowed, his.head as one'  In deep- dejection  when , he departed^  but  in  truth  his, heart' was  lightened '  within hini, for be had the king's as-'  Burance   that   the   womaii   whom   be  hated would, even though his wife, not.  eit   on   the   throne  of  tlie   queens "of  France. , ,  '  f'hese repeated attacks, if they had  nc-t shaken ��� the king's resolution, had  at least irritated and exasperated him  to tho utmost. He'wore accordingly  ucr very, cordial facei when the usher  In attendance admitted tlie rvenerab!e  lignre of Father la Chaise, bis con-1  fessor.,  "T wish you all happiness,' sire." said  too Jesuit, "and I congratulate you  frora.my heart that you have taken tb<s  great step which must lead to content  both jn this world and the next."  "I have had neither happiness nor  contentment yet, father," answered the  king peevishly.'' "I have never been so  pestered In my life. The whole cojurt  has been on its knees to me to change  my intention."      v  The Jesuit looked at him anxiously  out of his keen gray eyes.  "Fortunately your majesty-is" a man  of strong will," said he, "aud not to be  .-so easily swayed as they think."  "No, no, I dKl not give an' inch. But  still it must be, Confessed that it is  very unpleasant to have so many  against one."  "Then thtre is tlie more credit to  your majesty for having resisted them.  You have done nobly, sire. You have  earned the praise and blessing of holy  church."  "I trust that what I have done is  richt, father,*' said the king gravely.  "I should be glad to see you again  later In the eveniug. but at present I  desire a little leisure for solitary  thought."  Father la Chaise left the cabinet with  a deep distrust of the king's intentions.  It was obvious that the powerful appeals which had been made to bim had  shaken ir they had failed to alter his  lesolution. What would ho the result  if more were made? And more would  be made. That was as certain as that  darkness follows liirhf. Some- master  card must be plajed now which would  bring the matter to a crisis at once.  The bishop of Me.m\- was wailing In  the anteroom, and Father la Chaise in  a few l)i tot* wouis let him see the danger of the situation and the mo ins by  which they should movt it. Together  they sought Mme. de Maintenon in her  room As the two plotters looked upon  her peifeet complexion, her regular fca  turns, so calm aud yet so full of refinement, and the c.Miiiisite grace of her  figme and bearing they could not but  feel that if they tailed in their ends it  was not for want of having a perfect  tool.  "She had risen at their entrance, and.  her expression   showed''that.-she' had  read upon their faces something'of the  anxiety whilch filled their minds.  "You have evil news!" she cried.  "Xo, no, ,my daughter."    It was the  bishop who spoke.    "But we must be  on our guard against our enemies, who  ���would turn the king away from you If  they could."  Her face shone at the mention of her  lover. "Ah, you do not know!" she  cried. "lie has made a vow. I would  trust him as I would trust myself." ' ���  But the Jesuit's intellect was arrayed  against the intuition of the woman.  "Our opponents are many and strong,"  said he. shakum-bio hourf     vwa must  onng xne matter to an ena.~  "And how. father"?"  "The marriage must be at once, this  J very night if possible."  "Oh, father, you ask too much. 'The  king would never consent to such a  proposal." 1  "It is he that will propose it."  "And'why ~x"       , , r  "Because we shall force'him to. It  Is only thus that all opposition can be  stopped. Whew It is done the court  will accept it., Until"it is done they  will resist it"  "' "\\fhat would you have me dp, .then,  father?"  "Resign the king."  "Besign him!"    She turned as pale  as a lily.  "It Is the best course, madame." ;  "All,   father,   I  might have  done  it-  last month, last week, even yesterday  morning." , Kl  "Fear not. madame. We 'advise'you  for the best. , Go to tlie king now, at  once. Say to him that you have-heard  that be has been snbjected to much  annoyance upon your'account, that you  cannot'bear to, think'that you should  be ai cause of dissension iri his own  family and that therefore you will release him from his promise aud will  withdraw' yourself from the court forever."       , '     '   r    ' * V  She cast a  light mantle about'her,  shoulders. , a  , "I follow your advice," she'said.' "I  believe that yon are wiser than I. But,  ���h, If he should take mo at my word!"  ,  "ITe will not take you nt your word."  ���   The king had remained alone in his  cabinet, wrapped in somewhat gloomy  thoughts. ' Suddenly there came n gen-'  tie tap at the door, and there was the'  won.an who was'In hjs thoughts standing In- the twilight   before him.    lie  sprang  to ,I'iis   feet and held .out his  hands with a smile.        ->   '',,  " "Francoisc!   You here? , Then I have  at last a welcome'visitor, and It is the  'first one today." .    ' ,,  /'Sire,   I^fear  that  you 'have-been  troubled."-        ,        >'       " ,', <y       <'  ' '%have indeed,'Franeolsa."       <  "But I have a remedy for it."       .'��� .",  '  "And what Is that?" <t' 'At "  r       1 t, n ,  ' x      I  ' "1 shall,leave tlie court, sire, and ypU(  shall think uo more, of what has passed  between .us. Il have . hrouglit". 'discord'  where I meant to bring peace. Let me  retire, to St. ,Cyrror to the - Ab'bey.'Of,  Fontevrault,'and you will,no longer'be  called upon to .make such sacrifices for  my' sake."' ' -       *A       >,.   .  The  king turned  deathly  pale' and  ' clutched a't her shawl with a trembling'"  hand,   as  though' lie   feared ,that  she  was about to <put her' resoliition'-'into  effect that very Jnstant.      '���   ���  ;,'/''  "No,   no,  Francoise;  you ,nmst   not  "leave niel.You must stay with mejand.  - be my wife."   lie could hardly speak  for agitation, and,he still, grasped  at  her dress to"detain''her.<r     ,, -.*  "Some time;,-' must 'elapse before our  wedding, sire."  Yet during all that in-"  "terval you will be "exposed to.the.se au-.  noyances.- TIow can I be happy when  I feel that I have .brought upon you so  long a period  of discomfort? "A day  would be, top long, sire, for you to -be  unhappy  through'my , fault.- It'is  a  . misery' to me  toHhink, of "it.   Believe  me, Itf" would be'better that I should  ' leave;you."," ,"'.!,." '.. r      ���' "��� ,-> ,' /  c "Never! "'Yon shall not!, .Whysshould  we even .wait a day, Francoise?'-l am*  ready. 'You are ready.  Why^hould we  not be married now?"'-     ,    J        *  "At once?'Oh, sire!'*-'    '<  "We* shall.   It'is my" wish.   It is my  order.   That  us   my  answer   to  those  who would drive me.   Let it be done  secretly,  Francoise?   I  wiH send 'in a  trusty messenger this  very  night .,for  tho arehbisliop of-Taris, and I swear  ,that if all  France stand  in   the  way  he shall make us man, and wife before  he departs." > <       ..    '  t "Is it your will, sire?"  "It is, and, 'ah, I can see' by^-your  eyes that it is yours also!^ We shall not  lose a moment; Francoise. What a  blessed thought of mine, which will  silence their "tongues forever!, When It  is ready they may know, but not-.be-,  fore."   ���, ' y  ��� The king was all on fire with the excitement of this" new  resolution.    He  had lost his air of doubt.-aud discontent, and he paced swiftly about the  room with a smiling face and shining  eyes; then he touched a small gold bell,  which summoned Bonlems, his private  body servant.      '     '  "What o'clock Is it, Bonlems?" '  "It is ueaily.G/sire."  . "Hum!"     The   king   considered   for  some moments. \  "Do you know where Captain de  Catinat is, Boutems?" x  "He was in the grounds, sire, ,but I  heard that he would ride back to Paris  tonight."  "Does be ride alone?"  "lie has one friend with him."  "Who is this friend���an officer of the  guards?"  "Xo, sire; it is a stranger from over  the seas���from America, as I understand���who has stayed with him of  late."  "A stranger! So much the bettor.  Go, Boutems, and bring them both to  me."  "I trust that they have not started,  hire.   I will see."   ITe litnrled off and  was back in ten minutes in the cabinet  once more.  "Well?"  "I ha\e been fortunate, sire. Their  horses had been led'out and their feet  were iu the stirrups when I reached  them." \ 1 ,  ,    %,  "Where are (hey, then?"  "They await your  majesty's orders  In the anteroom."  "Show Hiein in. Bontems, and give  admission   to   none,   uot   even  to  the  Weakness  in the Spring  Nerve Food.  Weakness is uic ^vid which best  [describes the condition of most people in the Spiing.  It mav ihe lodily weaKiiess, tired,  draggy feeling and lack of energy  and  vigor. ' ,       .  Or it may be,.weakness of tlie heart,  the neives, the stomach, liver, kid-  nevs; bowels 01 other vital organs.  Wherever the tiouble ^nny be located, the cause is' the same���failure  of the' bloccl to supply proper nourishment for the maintenance and ies-  tornt'on ��� of tho cells <and tissues ui  tho oodv and, its oigans.  Stimulants onlv give temporary relief. What is absolutely necessary is  rich, led blood sucji us i1- formed by  the use. of Dr. A. W. Chase's "Nerve  Food, to nourish  the oigans back to  A CITY OF TONGUES.  Calcutta    and    Its    Fifty-Seven    languages,  Past and  Present.  Not ^o ni.iiiv yours ,a'u Calcutta was  in 11e.1v cohtK'iwii 01 buildings in  >uicco ''>nd wattle "'His* anyhow be-  >ide-the Iloogiixj, between Gulden  .{such, and Ou^ipur. It u��ed to be  jailed the "City* cf I'ulacea, ' lor the  nniue' reason, probably, that there  nas no such tlmijr-i m or near it, except tile atttldy Government House  built'bv Alurquis Wcllesley, and the  bijuu a'e��!dt.nc�� o�� the Lieutenant-  Govemoi of Beiifal, at Alipore. l-'or  the, rest it' w.is niudo up, at its  ,outhein nnd, of big aquniu houses  built to accommodate uierchunt-  piincos with stnni^ Scottish accents,  cheek,.by jowl with mud'buts, recking  of "ghee/" swunning with flies, and  rampant with tlie microbes of cholera,'  ainullpo* aud phiguc. 'ihat, was 'the  Uurope.m quiutci'. To the north  dvvclt liniety-nme h-jnclreJths of' the  Indian population, from the It a j ah in  his palueo'to  the coolie  who paid a  healtl,. and vigor so tlud they can de-   rupee  a   month  tor   the   privilege 5 of  rive  nourishment  fiom the food. sleeping  in  a  sort of trough  outside,  Because.of its  blood-building qual-   some ,mote  l'jcky householders door.  itics.br. A. W.,Cliaie's Neive Food j Northern Calcutta, t wasf and is, ��� a  is'marvellouslv successful as a Spnnp labyrinth, >ii) which slum and man-  restorative. 50c. a box, at'nil deal- f sion-jostle with each other more re.ck-  ers or Ktimiinson, B.itcs it Co., Toron- J lessly.than they used to in the "jiuro-  to, Ont. 'Portrait n��d siennturo cf | won 11 quarter, and'threaded'by lanes  A. W. Chase, JI.J),'on every box of j more narrow and tortuous1 than thohe  the' genuine. -       ,< , ,        of Pompeii. ' ,  , Nowudays no one speaks or thinks  of Calcutta ns a Oity ol'I'alaoes, and  yet; in comparison with'jts status a  decadornnd a haU ag'o,, it is growing  to'have,'fjuite a metropolitan "dignity.  The improvements 'Ahieh^ lufve been  going on steadily for^hes last len yearn  have hitherto been inostly confined,to,  its southern erfd.' 5?tak��ly , buifijlinga'  ore rising along the*'whole length of  the noble boulevard. of Chowringhpe,  Dalhousie square;'with its sln'et'of  water, its splendid pe'I���lIncterf',and-,ita,  massive frontage, is certainly, one'of  theifincstisquaros in the world. Electric ,- tramways - .intersect" the , whole  town. Electnc light'is in universal  _use. , Insanitary "bustles"- "(the/ col-  , lections^ of 'hmd .huts referred ,to)l'lmve  ���   'The, Child Father to tho,Man.  Those persops who, think they 'see  in Mr.*-Eop-seve.il tin nlarn'ing disjib-  si,tion to regulate other people'^ affairs; Mill be interested, to lenui how  emly, thifc tendency was manifested.  When ,Tl;eodore was quite a little  boy, his father told hiin he was,going on'a long journey aud admonished  young Ted to' be a. good boy fl.nd74o-  take good care of hij mother. ���That  night/ in Ins piayers, the lad0asked  the tAlmighty ^0 watch pv'er-his .father, whb' wiis, travelling far 'Irorii  homeland to. help rhim be .a good  boy,' then Ue added;    ,       ' ,J r .  ���'As"-for-mother, T��will look after  her' myself ."���Success Magazine., ' >t  ills of. babyhood;1 r      ;  ;:--\ AND of childhood:  )     ���;    '.���?*<     -,   (1 t_v<��"y ., -'" "' "   - '  ,.   -   '  '       i, ' ?   '*- ,   . -  '��� c  ' Tho ills of babs-liood and ^childhood  are^ many and  miiy, prove  serious" if  hot.1 promptly cured. .Jn homes, where'j . .   -      ,.     ~,    . ,-.��� ...,   .,, ���. ..,���,..  Babv"s  Own  Tablets Tare  kept .there' M the .heat during'eight monlhswm  ,is-a" promptycure-at-hand5 for*;such^the year,, which we. counters  troubles - as; indigestion^' - sout  stomach',''colic/, constipation, >�� diarrhoea,  -worm's,   teething ' troubles ' and   other  minor, ailments nnd the ^Tablets' can  be  administered��as  safely," to  a'-new  born'baby as to,the well grown1child.  Mrs." Octave ��Paulin. .Gara<iuet,, "N.B..'  says;���"1 have'used Baby's Own .Ta'  filets for .both" my' little boy and girl  ���for tlie, various .ailments -of childhood  and have found"thein always^n 'eplen-'  did-medicine.    Xo; moilier should,, be  without  the   Tablets' in   the ��� home."  Sold ibv.nieclicifie'dealers .or by^mail  at 25 cents -a box from ,The Dr., AVil;  Hams' rMedicine-Co.,^Bioclcville, OntA  '.    '< ^    k   *<      '" h - -   -r!l,l.'   1.  '* Hewitt^-T^painted this -picture'-' to  keep the wolf ?from 1 tlie doori-1"' ""-���'  Jewett-^-If "yoxi hang'frit;,where"'4.sthe  wolf 'can' see. it I giiess. vou will-sue-;  ceed.-rrJuage. ,   -     * ,-*  ,.  .^;j. ,- v  ' To''have' the ehildren\.sound "and  healthy js'tlie first, care.'of ,a,motherf'  They cannoti*'be"'healthy.' if" troubled  with --worins.y '"Use-1 -Mother1-Grave's  Worm TSxterminaUuv'     K. ' i''fji*  . "The honest man has nothing", to  fear."     ' '���',.*    '*'}'"-    "'  ' "That's^because'the honest man' is  always poor and has nothing to losd.'.'  ���"Houston Post.  Hollowav's Corn. Cure ' takes *, the  corn out by the'ioots. Try it and-  fjroye it , .' -    ���   :_'  . "Why not'" set your cap'-"for that  voung fellow? lie's single and well  "off."    ��� ' -i- "  "Yes," he's  single,    but hei   knows  when he's .well off."-    *,  ' The man. who.is always ; kicking  shouldn't complain when, he has'to  buy corn cure.   ���  Minard's   Liniment,  sicians. ,*  used   by   Phy-  Cleaning  Jewelry. "  Several pieces of jewelry should nev  er be placed loosely in a bor. They  will ''scratch each other and become  dull and lusterles.i very shortly. ' Bach  piece should have Its own .little case  or at least a small chamois bag, such  as comes with a watch. < .,  It Is said that a good method to clean  plain gold, or antique snake rings Is to  place them In-a'bottle half, full of  warm soapsuds containing a little prepared chalk. After shaking the bottle  well the rings should be taken out,  rinsed In clear cold water, wiped dry  with a soft cloth and then polished  with chamois skin.  Almost nil precious' stones are Improved for being laid' for awhile in  boxwood sawdust .  ���  been swept 'away^" Broad ^thorough-,  fares are being'opened up e very & year.'  Handsonie�� ri^fdencesy-'the'"'" Italian  architecture j of/ which Vjs'' caref uiljy  adapted', to,'Indian' conditions! Jaro*  .transforming, the suburbs.''Malarial  feverf which Kills nearly";as. many'In-  ,.dinnsi,in'a^day .'as'plague,'does in a  year, is being, stamped; out; ,and/ but,  tm. m...  Wan!  ri..,.;Wr. -'--Ai^iif" ^^oiith&^in"  very "successfully-1 indoors'by".means pi electric  fansM*"alcutta'nowadays doe'b bb much.  creditV-to "India!, ad   most 'European  ^capitals   do ^to'^the  countries 1wliichi  -support"them -V^^and perhaps;a" good'  tdeal more than some". --,1 ���'&���"* i,' ['-.'  ''   Calcutta is.one of the most'polyglot  capitals in the^\vorld.(,Thq liist;censius'  .shows ,57, languages 'are spoken, in it.  "^Not .niany  of  these,'Vof,.\cpurse,'., aje^  Aspoken  byMarge sections, of,, itb'inii-  lion,i-inhabitants(i but'1, English^tBen-'  gali, TJrdu, Hindi;^and^XIriya," are the,  media "through ^vhichV ita-/trade iiindr  cominerce".'- ftre-ij pi a inly _��� caVried \ oti;  ,'wliile-as reEa'rds'thc^sohools;Sansk^t^  Persian,-.'and Arabic", fill .,aynVore; im-"  'portant' place^thttn' Greek and'ITatin,,  "French, '���German,-   ors-Italiari'i'"d6���in'  England.;."Bengali  is'Hhe "inost^num-i  erously 3p6k'en of ���(theAvefnacnlaral.A tt  'has"-.a". mellow;'' pleasanCAcaHe,Vce;L not'  ' unlike'l(aliaii:_ and^althoughiit ->isL!��'n '  "coihparatively^;ri<>derri,s'-'llangxiage,1^it"'1  1 has'< �� great'Nvealth''ofaliterature',-'jo'ur-.;  v.rialistic.arid^otherVll;Half a/^dozcrf'BenV  gal  uewspapers.Hlarc. p'uhligbsd^daily,,  'while of ."weekly* vernacular papers Uie^  .name'is legion. ' - '-<".-:\'\ ���.." -��   ^-V;.-"K ,-'  SOWING  FLAXSEED.       .   ,  The Quantity of Seed  Required���The  .    Best Time to Sow. ,  Prof. Saunders, of ,_ tho ' Dominion  Expemueiilal Faruii�� in a^pamphlet  on flax" growing, published in 1396,  said:���"When flax is grown ,for its j  seed only it is usual to &ow from"1 two  to thr^e '\)<icka per acre, and when thus  thmly sown the plants are . much  branched, and aie haid to average a  larger yipkl Of seed, Tjiia, however,  sepfns to' icquire further investigation, nnd the character of the season  may influence the results verj-i much.  Fiom tests made on the Jixnerimental  Faun at' Brandon, Man., m JB'.W, it  would .appear ihut JiC^vic-r seeding  may be desirable, evenf when'flax js  pi own for the beed only. Tlieise ex-  pernneht-5 were made on plots,of one-  tenth of an acie each on land, which  had heen summer fallowed*r-with'the  follnwing results:���,       '      *       ', i  ,  ','Sown 10th Miiy,1 40 lb3,' seed per  acre, 'ripe iClji August, yield per-acre,  19' bush,, 2fl lbs. '. .  "Sowri''ICtht'Muy,.r90 lbs.'"seed per  acre, ripe, 10th August, yield per new?,  20 bii8|{.,i50 lbs.       ' .    ,' ���    ',,-,-  ( "In fhefie experiments the?fl.tx w&U  sown \<"itlt the grain drill, cut with a  binder and threshed with the' separator, care being taken to, feed slowly, j"  ''Experiments   were   alson conducted  ~  al IKrandon in lftftiivffsowing,at'Uif-  feront dalcii, with, the   following' re-  suits.-��� ,   1 > \.   ���,  "Sown'lith' May,.,90,lbii. s^ihI per  acto�� ripe 13th' Augusl, yield per'aero,  13 biifih., ,12 lbs.       .       ���,"'        'A1-  '  -"5owh' 10th May, 00 lbs. peed peV  acre, ripe IGih AugufilV'yfetU per noro,<  1*0 bush./ 5f) lbsi' ��� -'V',     '���'' '  , f^V'Sown'22nd May, 90 IbsA/fiCod per  nnrc, iripc &2nd AugUBt, yield per acr*.  21 f>b��8h.,,14  lbs! ' ' ,     , ���' .   % fi  '".Thp'se e-ri>erimentd will'need to ha  repented, for several years,before'any  geno,ra">onclul|'iQnp can btf drawn from  thom.V'At the" Exp&riinenlalr Fttnn"rat  Indian Head in lfitX) ;the - heaviest  cropVof flaxseedl'wn��-produ<jed,wli'eji  sown-on-ihe 17th'Mny. while in'I8ai  Limlt��d  ,���,���:   MANDI'AGTUHEn's  TORONTO  W  'N-MPfti  ^awwunwawn-mjiu  '"/WESTERN   CANADA FA^  78.7.   Notre    Dame   Ave., v/S  g.iin^d.yiC'. would appear,^' that"-. ihe  b^st"tfmft for fiowing-flaxah/'oug}i6ii!t  tlie, Canadian .?North-\Verit "wotild'.'be'  f^om- tlie-15th ' to' the~ 25(h  ofaKny.-  fn...n.-.ni.^i   !-  1 t ��'   j, 1..- ^-.^r....  the" autumn r'bul-if exi>osed'-to-inncli  A'. ^*,   J. Philosophy, ,.  Tjro ��cotl,chif<i �� ..-(^.i^'  build UK, tin* of iu.,,. ilv,(ir'  lmver, floor nnd^tiu- ���,<!,.; * .  One. evening,tli.p;n��a ,��� ^  Hoar, hearing a faMjii^im. ',,  ha.U,l"weht nut *������   ���<��������� ���'. ������'������  if.wW. cf>n|ih* d��!'c>u fl),^^!  ���Everybody's Magimm',  A" A Simple ,and    Cheap   Mfeg  'A simple,, ^plump nnd cn*v|mJ  fiint'*JB 6j��melhi'ng t<�� W litr-Tfifl  ia'tio modiciiiu j,u vthvtrtp a fVa  of,the dfsge/itive -sy��ii'iti ii5'?siw  ,Vegetab!e"-J>iHii.     Tln-jl ��n. .v  theyAivre^cljieap, theyran berTj  avh^r^AJHd, thei^U'iiilMal si��w1  iiirova ",-ilicir '>pcoh> iii/Aiid^ifca  4  a% thft"''iii<fdk>inc oi i!��> p'wr��4  tlfosis -jwho  wish   t�� ivraji.' $���*  b^a^wiJkdp,. >-fell m  giw.g  trial.'       " "���"  ,-^ J    1* %)) .  minister, until thev have lert me."  (To   Vie   Continued.;  ,ifsy.?-y;'y-;iy  Sultana Caramels.  Sultana Caramels.���Put iuto a saucepan one pound of granulated sugar.  Moisten this with a gill and a half of  milk. When it bolls, add an ounce ;,bf  butter. Cook, stirring constantly to  prevent burning,,for about fifteen minutes. A,little of the mixture should  then be tested by pouring out a tiny  portion into n cup of .cold water. If,  when cool, this is found to be firm to  the touch, it may be removed from the  Are, but It will probably take about  thirty minutes, the time depending  upon the speed with which the mixture is allowed to boil. Have ready  half a teacujiful, of the best quality  Bultana raisins which have been fcare-  fully picked over and slightly chopped  and the same quantity of chopped walnuts. Add these when the mixture is I  BUfflcSentlv cooked. ��� ���  Old  Sideboards.  A new use for the' old Chippendale  sideboards   that   are- now   considered  too small to serve in  the capacity for  which   they   were  originally. Intended  Is   to convert   them   into dressing  ta  hies,   nnd   most   attrarihe   and   serviceable   dresser*  do   they   make,   with  their  rows  of  smnll  dinners  at each  side  and   tlie   large  spine  on   top   for  the Iiiuiiinorahle silver and ivory jars,  boxes and flasks that aie so necessary  for   milady's !��ilef.    A  glass   top  can  he fitted for this dressor If desired and  laid o\er a cover of fine filet lace and  -mliroidcred   linen  or   else  placed   di  ectlv upon the wood if it Is of purtlc-  il.-iilv  li.iiid-.oine nii.rkiiig.  V-; A "SHARP 'SWORD; IN iNDIAT'; ;  -'/-��� -u >;������r-'^v --* ,;c  Lord'Kitchener" Sees' No^Possibility of  '   ,���"'   Reducing  Charges.,' -.  J,;  ��� Lord Kitchener, speaking -,��� in " the  Legislatiye Council at Calcutta"' on, tho  Indian ' budget, .said , some' "members  had alluded lo a'possible reduction of  the military charges owing to the re-c  cent agreement with and the cordial,  relations existing ' between the - great  northern, power and ourselves.  **      ���,  This factor l-.ad not been overlooked'nor, underrated, but other 'weighty  reasons 'affecting the external and internal security of India must be kept  constantly in view. -        <���      -'" UA  lLord Afinto expressed hearty agree-1  ment with Lord' Kitchener's. views  with ireeard to mihtary( charges, "and  said .that the Commander-in-Chief's  scheme had recently enable India to  draw a sharper and belter sword than  ever before. The result had been a  remarkable success from the point of  view of brevity^ and economy.  [ . .    t Conger  Cruelty.'  The    Ilfxacortibe ,, magistrates���' have  decided  that a conger eel in n 'hawker's barrow"-is a ivild animal in captivity, and -fined* John Conibeare, an,  itinerant vendor of fish.'$5 for cutting  lengths 'off 'it without going  through  'the customary formality of killing the  eel first     The   case   vas  a   test  one  brought by  the  S'jciefy  for  the  Pre-1  vention of Cruelty to Animals, whose  solicitor narrated tho following facts:  'Conibeare   in   the   mormnp   bought  n  30 lb. conger which had boen landed  alive, and hawked it about theslieers  \r> his barrow.   He sold five pounds of  "it in the evening, and rut it oif from  the tail ond.   There was a second s��ale  of three pounds, and while tlie-ic por-  tiens were  being sceied   tlie conger  struggled and snappfd at thf fiidc> of  the cart.    A  veterinaiy surgeon  said  that as tl"0 nerve centio had not been  destroyed the eel was sensitive to pain.  Conibeare  admitted   lhal he  narj   not  killed the  cermet.  and, although   hifa  solicitor nrgued that tin- severance oi  the spino would make it immune from  pain, he was convicted.  A'Chance   Mieting.  Proceeding down the wl.nrf, I noticed my fnend coining from his small  boat, winch he had just made fast  alongside.    V.'c stood face to face  "Ah, well met, comrade," quoth 1,  "If mv eyes deceived lie not, ,1 lat  from beneath tho timbers this moment  leaped into your ciaft"  "Good 1 Excellent'" cried he. "I  see S.r RoberVs finish. 'Tis a cat-  boat in sooth."  We einbiaced, then proceeded up  ,the .wharf- arm in;arm toward the  coffee, house..  Not Feminine, y.  "Miss Blaine seems like a charmlnc  girl."   . ���;    -. ��� y  ��� "Shej's an unaccountable freak "  "Why so?" ���:,������":  "I told her a secret that I wanted to  hear repeated,  and  she   never said  a  word about it"-cieveland Plain Deal- '  er.,  that ii is safe, to sow'flaxsecd us "lata  as' Jane','15th; and? thai good - "rcsu.lt"*  have'-beon .obtained sowing ev6n,laU>r, 1  hut-jhe general opinion'seems to helJ  tlmtrthe bfePt'time for;soiving'"i�� the  lastjtwo "vvcoksAof'ifny .and ���'the* early'  'dnysiof^Xuno^'- '"i?.^ ;,��"- --;%;-1 /,,  k Prof.- Saunder6-fstrohgly TecoromenrV  Oaxse'cd\arf'.'a, good'Acrop to,-.'b'e <sown  either on,'first breaking-of the. prairie  sod :or.,on"back-setfuur;;>; jWsaya,-  "'WHAr'r'CAUSEj HEAOACHll  as' Jane','15th," and- that good''rcsu.its v, >;, ��''-�� . v ''. ��. r. u i  have'-beon .obiained1 sowingVwfo taW, -^?? Bai0^rt t0 lMftJ'' ^^l  hut/'the ceneral o^Dinion ropiivr 'tnl u��i'maBt-Sequent rcaiw* of Heeaf  ���>ux jne general opinion seems; too beftLAXAlilgIS ��� bKOMO QUKlsE]  ('move's 'cause*.* E. W. GroMionbcif  . ..1-... ..   ' * > .   ���> .     j 1  4 Tp make,"lhi��i-clear, to", those-'wHo*' are  unacquainted KwitH^-thef ^mettiqdsV of  prairie \ fa��n ip g,'- il^rhnyifbe "enW that.1  Uie,"firetyh.r<!aldng"On" prairie,. s<idf is  ma.de, '(by^tuj-nirig'-over^a l^wfaor-arid  settm'gL /n* ;the';"aulumn",;;by'- w-hiclv is  mea^t^avs'econd^jiloughin'g^rnnriino;  ^FX?^'1"0 i breaKir>g^.t6J- 'a^deplhV. o��  abouUfopr^inche8;\a,hisicats?ih"e 'de^  qayed^qd.rtnrnstis^overAwidAcoverH  er-f that, is������ she v fold me-'to come'.ltf  you-^he says,��you���, , i-y: ' '"-, " .  yPater���Quitehso-4r undevstatid,' Let  "J/?. *<*��� ��"e .you'-Mr.- Bronson orcMr.  Wibbles?"      '-   *r   ��� f\ "    rr*     "  ..  ' Suitoi^-WIir; I'm "Mr.r llolchHiss I  ���Cloyeland Leader.  "- "  u 1 \        ^ _ -1 v   t it ,    i  ; "Are, there * depths,',' .vmoaneci"Vlhe*  pessimist, rto,which human depiav-  lty-wiU not sink?"?. . -'.,-, , :  , "There are,"-responded ' tiie'1 op'ti-  misl; firmly. "I. never know a "man  to root hnbitually againstlthe home  team.'V^ashmgton  Herald.'    *-  *j ICiyckelV-Therc aio pU-'iiT.;\!  .eljiliSj^how'to'Kiive lif��- hIMmJ  Or the"��� doctor.;  ������ UdcktfrTrVefe'.^'.Wh'at no ib-is  jelling4tho'"y,oui��Bvdt-i'i"i l'ts-te<  Jif^*wiai��w ^waiting fc<i  lln' y&.  Harp@f-s "Ijlaigar." '**  .  A * *.",'A . �����' ���-������������ ���     L  Koep.'Mlhard's Liniment in tixi��|  '.*vH"-r'*''S6othtnfl ��ic Aulhsr. ,  ; ;Ac\ofyla*tyif Orst str hcti  ..whe^'n'oderisb^i^to filial a* *��|  ';(lian'���t'sd\6fD,?TUls''S(ort of ����s{?  _ my;' pluyT-li AIn nager-11' tl^f! t  ^any^dlffererfce.'ri'hetiif'r lie jft*sj  forynotf--T(ie^-:audience appnWl  IBltuaUda,*- ^They'tknosv ' >''WP\  iwqrtu itbo-powder*- it   v\*-- ��?l  ���shoot you and,find;It-.veryiW%  tbat-thoj gun'r misses jire-h*"  .Nrercury'l,';>'   \^r\y'    -  ��� (  A';   r -^Unkinsi  Deduction.  .Mrs;, Renhnm���I'm-.,jroh)4 to  big party" on my iilrtbday.   ^:  ' Who "will' uo'Wltud? . Mrs. N��  - J.ust, my.,frluiiils^����� Renha m -1  y'oii ��nld that you,",werc going  a'big! party. -   ,     ^-",.   v><   .  ,/Phllosophy- when superfic/7/;.r  led excites doubt; when thoroug!  plored, It^dlspels It���liacori.  *���   * r f  ECLIPSE  Ko Goal Tap  No Smell  .. Wo Taste  REMAINS UNAFFECTED BY  ROOF I  mi  PUB B(K  ^OOHMS  Pliable and ffteliaN  ���1 ���*��� 1  y Fop Steep op  Flat Roofs  THE WEATHER FOR YEAS  ^     '    Cut this AdTaitlMimont out nnd Soad to oa lat Fre�� SjiBsplwi  Thn Canadian Falrbank* Co., Ltd.,  02 andS*  Arthur Stroot.   Win(i!p��[J  Please Send to mo FREE Sample of ECL!P"SE:ROOFIWG,  Name-  -AddroBS.  1'" "IdlWilflW^'IIHMI'B -  The Ideal  Toast  m  THE APPETIZING SHREDDED WHOLE  WHEAT  WAFER  Contains all the food ���ilements for making healthy ti..-.ic. c-'  brains nml sound teeth. Children love it with butter, cli�� *'  marmalade.  Highly   Superior   to   Pastries   or   White   Flour  Crackers.  Sold   by All   Grocers.  No.  690.  '       Cheshiro Cheese.  Partly to geologicnI ciu.sbs, (|)(1 r���.,  sandstone-nnd bowlder cl.iy. with Tto  iamiense salt d,.pvjSlts. of\-hUh  (1]e  pecultarly..mw   rDr '^1   v�����  THE  SPHINX  MATCHES  SELL     EDDY'S  CALGARY  PERSSE LIMITED, Afc*  EDMONTON 'X  tZSf  ^MAKING  G TREATMENT  ���gAnacmia That is Show-  rkable Proofs oi  Stubborn Cases  APPEAL TO THE KING.  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Judges Consider Petition to His  Maj-  esty From Ceylon.   .  A  remarkable appeal  to the   King  fkahlp- Prnnfc M r.,~~~ 11 m a sent��nce of death, subsequent-  ntapie Proofs Of Lures ly commuted to twenty years' imprisonment, coming from Ceylon, was recently, considered by; a judicial committee in London. ',  .> The judges' taking part u;ere the  Loid Chancellor, and Lords Ashbourne, Macnagbten, Robertson, Atkinson, and Collins.  Tim  hody becomes weak and  jfgither     fiom " ovenvoric,  Bvere illness, un exaxnina-  Lblood  would  show it  to  1 watery.   Thig condition  ftenna. which i0 the medi-  J8r ' ''bloodlessuess."    The  pfrptoms' arc   paleness   of  "tos ai^d rcbeeks, 'shortness  fljSV.Pi"-lpi,tation ol tfJ<" heait  Mghtesl exertion, dull eyes  DSapputit/j;   Anaemia itoell  cms    disease    and    may  as into 'consumption:'   It  J8>   cuted, by , treating   its  ����*-"'* thejioor^condition of  riiCiblOod must be made  ; thereby enabling it to  jfeceesniy nourishment   to  of^the-body.' -'-  ftjisVPink   Pills   aie   the  JjHcme  in - the . world   for  jg,"sjich"'blood    and,'they'  gunng anaemia and other  f<fs  for  nearly, a'genera-  Are .now ��� recognized ,   the  gas.,"'!* invaluable   house-  '-*"     . -      i  ���'      lttl   * II l'  IVi  jffiBtftbrook; Brooklyn" Road  S*&'_aiy daughter*Gertrude^  ' W11' 'her   sixteenth   year/  JfOftj, early 'childhood,' we  fatly* doctoring    fori  hdr,  apt seem to help her in the  *pjt ns she grew older 'she  ftrow wealcer.    , She   was'  jBiidjlistleaH, suffered from.  gpfeKiness 'ancl   palpitation  ffij'' ?he r'did: no<-' rest   at  gould often toss nnd moan  jcht.���;  .Finally., Bhof. had  age ���Soi,'g' to,., school,. > and  "^continually r taking*- doc-  &ge ,w�� lh ou t beijefi ty, I "grew,  W&Rd 'eared weVould- lose  rpgM1.rePd\ ��s'; togJgive" her'  ?m,P,mii ?ln�� and> Ii-Onal-  ���i**tm&m�� 'A��-" -Pr^he lime 'she!  ^S^smree , boxes' there, was4an  "J.*S��ntJf and. aklittle *later��"'ghe"  ��iJsP^turn ',l<> 'school!*- t'Frorn  patter' Stronger; ���had" an'  Wtlte' *llcllfc wel1 afnSghi  IKas'_ healthy- a/gir] ,as"you  ^believe that lDr,*jWilliams'  saved her.'life; Tand ,'as .a  frould. recommend-" these  g>v family in*/.which*1 there  "ijrjs. " * '.<$'���? ^yty.v" ,- =  jae dealers Veil, these" pills,  fget 'them fbyhhaiUat;'50  r|,or six",boxes,.for*"i$2.50'  K'Willfarnsi^Iedicine Cor./  tan, a boy, aged, 14, whose a'lleped  offence was-tho murder of a 'ma'id,  named Cnrlina, at Talahena; Ceylon,  m July last.    ,   -  The- trial of the accused took place  at Colombo in 'November last and lasted eleven days���'a jury of seven���bv a  majority of, six to, one-,-convicted 'all  thiCG defendants.   ,  Mr.,Justice Rt-nton,- at the request  of the pmonprs' counsel, stated a case  for the consideration o^ the Supreme  .Court,'who upheld'the conviction and "  sentences. , ,rJ'--,y,.;      <   -        ��    ,--  �� His Majesty was now asked to grant  special leave pf .appeal on the grounds  that the injuries alleged'to'.have been  inflicted by the accused were not proved to havo���caused the death"; that the"  judge; m his charge to the jury, erred  in law 'and made statements not war-  TantedTb.v the evidence, and that there'  ,WI"�� no 'legal 'evidence 'to warrant tho  conviction;    ���,..y "',    *  y   -,   ��"   ".  JTImI story for the' proseculion   wafl  that on tho'night of July 31, nt about  ten, f'oku Norin; with a,club handed  "to her by "Pcregrino" (a manservant),  .struck .Carlina; a' girl of about 18, ,on  the  head;   that; Carlina' fell," crying  - Amm��**_ (mother), thaty?unchi ^ona  put/her  hand .-over,. Carliha'Sj.m'outh  -,tof_stop further cries;,and that-lJbku.  Nona 'then. told. Jane- -- n 'servant girl  about- H���to bring a Iniife. jv-*  '"THE Celluloid Starch package,.is larg-e,  but the amount of work it will do  makes it seem enormous. That's one of  the advantages this starch has over all  others, it requires a smaller quantity to'do  more and better woik.-.  ' 'Celluloid  Starch gives'  a limber, lasting   stiffness  that will not  crack.     Ask  your| grocer  for it���if'he  hasn't 'g-qt it  he can get it.  ' THE   HOUSE   IN   SUMMER.      a years bad leg.-healed by    ZAM-BUK.  All  Drains and Sinks Should  Be  Well ��r      ~    '   ���   Flushed Out.           u< lnJ2&   ^-^nson      of    Poplar  Hill  n.   it.           �� ��� ,_        . jcreeK, Athabasca Landine-  Alts   c.v=.  To the careful bousefcocper many do- "About nine years -ageTa ^unnhi^tore  oiestlc   problems   present   themselves commenced ,on my  right  lee  caused  durins the heat of summer that are ab- (by a ruptured blood vessel     As time  ljurga' Sample'  muled FREE  on rcquett.      ai4  CeUu\oVi SiavcK  Never Sticks.   Requires1 no Cooking  ���.ml^f^ StarC'1 Work*-JJrott^. BanttbTt. Canada  ' , "      She   Knew."  ^ Applicant���No, 'ma'am;   I' - couldn't'  woik  m a house where    there    were  .children. "   , y ^    .  Mrs.   Kcophouse���-I"ut, we ' advertised for'a girl who understood'children.  Applicant���But11 do understand'eta.  though,   ma'am.. That's  w-hv  I won't'  work, where . they'   aie.��� Il'lustVated  Bits.    '    '    - /.,  'Sores Flee Before It.���r-There, are  many who have"been afflicted with  sores and who have driven them away  with T)r. Thomas' Kclectric Oil, which  acts like magic. All similarly' troubled  should'lose no tlijie*in' anulvina: tfifa   "rVC'e'' aro,10^ stored ni  splendid remedy ,'as thoW nothhig ����^��f. ^terwlllnolbeha  like it {o,be had, .It is chenpj but  its power is, in-no way_ expresbed-by  ,it lo'w price.-." A,B   ' ' -' 1   -,     j '  " "Cut 'her^ throat"; 2that.' while "Waitnn  .held ,,bis,-iiand, over ���. <3arlina'sim<>uth  :Punch*', Nona inflicted a cut Twith 'the)  knife updn'-Car'li.na's throat; that*'Car-  rlina.-,thenMay,?still, "apparently dead,t  t"a'n(L,|.hat"sh9ftIy* afterwards Cnrliria's  body" was " carried,/away'' 'towards - the",  shore,'_ to" beZ thrown into the" sea.-   "  ���  ve lift- uIiiImiJ  paid> that,Alexander.* tlie  Jan  a 'campaign  ate-*'the  Seominoh' soldier.\^r ,' >  ||d .the poor 'soldieTAgct  rokcrg' Statesman.- j ' "'^-z  . , Accordihg,.to -'the^madjcaL:evidence  the cut onvthe- throat' wa& riot''fatal,'  tand .,the��� cause'.of^death* was'^concus-  ^ion of ,the,*brainhpro"ducod:?by some"1'  blunt ^instrument, like a ..-club.."-Four!  distinct contusions were found,hy the'  doctor who made',the post-mortem -examination.''"'*'    'tt-'i:.'' - -. -   r.���.  iniment in \.Ui  W'.S ,TH IS ? ^i-ij^'t^  ;/Hundred*' Dollafs/Re-4  ;aae 'Of Catarrlijthat can-"  y Ha11's*,CatarrH Cu.Te.1  'EY[ ,& ".QO.^Toledo^O:  -'rsigned,^ h ave '.known  jthe,last 15 years,.and  j-fectly honorable'^'in  'ansactidn's'*,*and ifiiian-  jc'arry T out. any 'bbliga-*  Jiis'flrni.j-j''" ������"-*" vi -_ p-'S  .'liirinan" tiMarvin.-i-,  Sle~-Drtig^ists,-Toledo, O  rh.-Cu re-*is" tak'en'-J, in-  Jng; direelly**. upon}.."the"  mepus Jsurfaces.o��il.th''e''sys"-  nonials'-sent free.". Price  B>ottle<]'Sold by,.al]idfug-  ^ . ��� v- "," "��� ' ���>' -> ���*  & Pamily iPills^for- Consti-  "bir'R." Finlay,*: in. laying;the ,pe"ti-  vtionr before, lhb,,'court, said the only'  witnesPf w;ho''cleposed to having .seen  the alleged1;murder was*'lhe'<servant  girl.'Jahe���a child'of fourteen'i-'-whose  ��vido'nee k was t)open^ to suspicion, because: ,ifv1rubl 'she^ was an accdmplice;  he-r,.,testimony -wis nbt" corroborated,"-  and-it was^contradictory'and rebutted^  If ,we "would make .corruption stop,  ''  _LetVhaye a cop lo watch'each copV  A"'' 1"'* "- ���* "-\tags tlie cop  'vigil drop, /  .   .,    .,      .   .- watch the,cop'?  That tries to cop .the^other 'cop;'j - ~.  And-then^to 'make'the' thing'sure-pop,.  AndA,keen./ern.-all .from going kerflop,  A final cop,to\tab the ,cop . ���������  *i  Hlmt cops'the cop on t'otliefcop- A' **'  Would surely; not, be malaprop���  Jf'^this.don-t work/why,Jg*ive,,it op.r V  -    ^    t,  -,     ,   ��� '  ���Harper's Weekly.  ���f^'V1- A-VSursi'cal, Carnival:',." .���d<\ '  ^/-Oak'^ake.-Mah.���Many of'Aour citizens '-"who'-Have operations'.-to_ be'per-  sent during winter  Conditions from which there Is no  fear of^danger to the family health  during cold1 and frost will become, a  serious menace - when once the hot  weather sets In. especially If it should  he a damp summer���what is often described as "mugjjy" weather.  It is an acknowledged fact that these  are "deadly foes .to health and life  and are the'means by which many infectious diseases are carried. Therefore everything must be done to combat them at every point.  As soon as there Js reasonable'ground  for'thinking that fires are done with  remove^'as far as possible, all heavy,  thick curtains, unnecessary rugs, etc!  They do not look cool and only act ns  dust collectors.      "  Replace1 them -with light washing  materials, chintzes, Indian matting,  reed, blinds,'etc. v* <      *  "The small clothes moth commits Be-  ripus ravages" in a:house. -Xolhlng of a  woolen or fluffy nature is safe Trora it ���  All.winter clothes, blankets, and so  forth, which are to'be packr-d-"=>��? un.  til 'winter returns must first l��"thor-  .oughly shaken and brushed nnd In tho  case of furs gently combed' through.  The .drawers or boxes into which the  aIt.'c!?.'" are,to-bo 6tpred must he clean  rrnful, wash  went on it got worse and my sufferings were intense. I-had a very sore  leg indeed, and had very small hopes  of ever seeing it healed, in fact I was  told by-several who had known 'such  .-,,,',      i.   "" jwiuwji  -such    irana. we  sores that 1 wouujd suffer with it ��or   which ha  lfL^h.��/1vl^..?.lmoS,t '��    ^PH Pounds v.  ROMANCES OF AUSTRALIA.  Discovery of the Rich Coolgardie���Un-  successful   Prospectors'   Find.  ���m VhS,-history ��rg��l<l-digging and  goia hnding many a romantic and  tragjc story Js to be found. Few ot  ���ir,fnf stto"e8- J��owever. possess more  interest than that of how the famous  Coolgardie mines, m Western Aus-  ?������.*?' ^'ere discovered in 1802���mines  ave since yielded millions of  no eood yet I persevered and as soon  ad the wound became clean, nt was  only a 'mater 'of three or four days  befoie ill was healed."  Zam-Buk cures cuts;, burns, pirn-  pies, ulcers, ringworm, itch, piles*  running sores', blood poison, and all  skm diseases. ,. All. stores and druggists, 50c. box, or from Zam-Buk CoA  Toronto.  The .passionate rhs'thms of the  Merry,Widow'" waltz floated through  the office and the boss looked up'from  his desk impatiently.  " "Ff-ederick/' he Hdul^/'l wish'you  wouldn't whistle at your work." ..,,��  ������  ' ''f. a'n't, workin, &ir," the ofTice bov'j around  out. for the northeast of Australia, but  after traversing 250 miles they lost  their horses and had to turn back  Equipped with fresh hor.sos, theystartl  ed again on what proved to be a Ion1"  tedious and, futile journey, for once  more they, were forced to turn back���  this time for want of. \vater. The  third attempt won .them fame and  fortune.  First they found that which to them  ^Ln���0^��,p^ec���ou,3 than gold���namelv,  water.   They  found   a   natural   well ���  tfn��u>n   frt   +1... ..    .... .    >.       *  replied calmly:  linV   -    "       ,  known to the spattered tribes of that  far away country aa'"Coolgardie."  iitching their camp .beside the well  they turned their horses out to feed  ���,'W prospeoling the conntry  ��m��n,i    Ford picked up a half ounce  ,No lumps  or grittiness  V  ln I  i.0i |  llil  |jucen"$  ^nd gcilege  KINGSTON,     ,  ONTARIO '  operated on\ by-that'surgeonr.  , neith'er "was'she" c'orifirmed-by a^ingle  ���vYUrie��!_s.%What'was,'th'e alleged motive  for,'this'i'b"rutal'f murder���if .murder- it  "whs?''" '���*������>?'"     \ ' "'-  '   ���" '    -  ~  -*ir The-accused7 PunchiiKona^aged' 23���-  ^was^said" t<tv'have^beeit.J"seen' by'.Jane"  and.^CarlinaXfbehavihg ..timproperly.  Because;Cnrlina.-' had / talkedi freely',  obout;,the' matter.,'"tho ,s,uggestion'*.was  ^ihat.-P.'inchi Nona and her,sister de-'  'tcrrrjiried -^Jtt��iirutcier��ilief .^-A1 h - these  'statements'were -falsified by" medical'"  'testimony-? >h;. "   ���' , '   ;- ��� .' >- r  The Lord' Chancellor, at'-the" close  of'the argumeht.-Jannbunce.d that the"  oommittee'would, advise ITis'.Majesty  j to give* special,, leave tto appeal," and  -I their '--������'- ��� - ���  ." The steamship pebple^-'complain  that they',have ' exhausted, alio 'the  names ending.'-iriJ/ic.V"' "'Ss  -''.'Nonse-nse.'' /There's ' tlie' Gastric,  the Dyspeptic,-and they might launch  a nice'family vessel, and-call it ' the'  Pai egoric.",.-'*;_ ;   . v \ '   ' ; .  V'   .. ^      -���  ' ''  - ~          >        \    -.  "���TO.CURE'A' COLDAlN ONE DAY"'  Take "-XAXATIVaS BROMO- Quihinc  tablets. .-Druggists - refund iinonev ' if  ;it-fsfils to'cure.- ,'E:;W. Grove's signature "is on each',box'.;L25c,    ���<.       '->A  V'Old.'man,1 I, hate' to,,sav^ I't.-^but  ypu're\]runk.^"1^H\ .,1    '^    '.i'   -'-���  r J.'G'wan; I.'ve .beeW.tb a 'new-thought  banquet:"1-.' I'm thinkirig'-in.Curves.''���  Courier-Journal.  ed out-wilh a .strong- sojuflon of car-'  bollc acId.'TTuIs cah'be purchased ready  mixed,nt any oil merchant's, r '  ' Use lump^ camphor or 'some,' other  moth preventive liberally among the'  layers of-clothing, and; It is wise to pin  the different articles up In"newspapers.'  Moths, are fastidious creatures, and i'tJ  Is said they draw the 'line at printers '  'Ink. Anyhow,' I;have proved its use to -  be-successful.. Paste" stripsiof paper  over any cracks In 'the,bores, drawers  <or cupboards^, s_o"'as-to'prevent the'entry of these (little; household pests. - -  All'drains. sinks,r"etc.;*-should 'frequently be well aushed out'with,clean  .water during the, summer. A good plan1"-  for those0who*possess a' garden hose.  Is to put it down^every drain'for about''  five minutes pnee^a -week, tho" water  .being turned on at f,ull pressure.', This,'  ofjeonrse. Is .not^permissible,' if' there*  should bca.sbbrta'geAof water in any  district,'Anyway-" use a.good disin-'  fectant either in" the''form of liquid or  powder.,_ - ' -"f - -_-<,'  v.In'such localities where no system of'  running water.or'sewers exists nil re-A  *fuse.,must ,be carried', otr'through" the'  drainpipes ?_some distance' beyond the  house and well-If itiis used for drinking 'purposes. ���;.-     ..      Af' -\ -,-��  Dr. J., D, -Kiillogg's Dysontery Cordial is, compounded ".specially to combat dysentery, cholera morbus and all  ijn'lammatory ,disordeis that change  [of .food or water may set up in the  stomach and intestines. '.These complaints are more 'common in summer  than in winter, but they are not confined to the waim months; as undue  laxneas   of.   the, bowels   may 'seize   a  "VHV^ aj3y time-    s"ch a    sufferer  will fir^d speedy relief in this Cordial.'  *   '      J    '_ . a. /'       J i,  "Miss. Kitty., 'I've heard1 it 'said  that n kiss without a moustache-,is  hke an egg .without salt. Is that;.<30?V  I'm only jii^t,whist-f nugget,, and   before   night   they   had  Ff).d"_rwo or three weeks more sur-j  asked the' ynung/man, who", was desperately smitten." '��� "     '    < ,   , .  i - "Well,,'really/'j-answered Kitty,'"]  don't  know���I   can't'���tejl���for , in   al  my life I never ", ,   ,,*  ��;;Now. ,now, Misa  Kitty."      -rl    '  - t Never, ate  on -Tegg. without,,salt,"  coniinued   Kitty.;, *   ,' ',  Knicker���Whafr -is Rposevelty idea?  Bockpr���That power should be lodged in the 'chief rooter instead of the  umpire.���New;,Xork Sun..'(    .    , ',    <\  < Absolutely' all packet teas and most  jbulk teas showlhe grocer a'larger profit  than , "Salada"   but-few ^ of   them  show as much^atisfaction^lo the consumer."1 ' , ���   - 20  ;r-\rA, NEW .,G00KB00K.  ��  -  _.,,; ; ,y   '/-^-~��� '���','"���.'  Ask'���Your,Friendsl For'Signed Copy of  J, .,' ' Theipt Favorite Recipe. *'., <  ' ^A'"Si/t^sultablolto"any/time Apf* the  year, original,- homemade',' i�� described  In^the* cVroman's^-rjome Companion.  IJave.-vou ever thought'of makhiS1'ap  -".,,'.'. * Jt "TT���: r^���^r- -: --: -,   ', 4.-v /K^tosraph^cookbook?   It^nly requires  '.Mmard s - Liniment,.-,Lumberman's * -a Httle^care. and   patience- to", have" a'  rriond.'-J-'-JJ"--"   ;-   .������-,-��,-'��-������'--'-"���.-    ���-  ---     ' -    -  . ..-'-'      ^ ��� ....  ninng'-  !�����  'n  fuiperflo/T/;/  when thorougbl  t���liacori.  igiarized 'Adyway  Jidn'l seem  td  be ' at't all  |hey hisse'd his'opera-A',  not.   He knew that none  Sic' was,,   his?'���Cleveland  *'   * .       -     ,     /  |Eh  Depression, and  Melange  two ^evils' are "the   ac-  it> of a disordered stomach  |Jiver and mean wretched-"  jjhom they visit.' Thc^sur-  Jtdiest.-way to combat theni  wrmelee's. Vegetable    Pills,  J��|estore.-.tlie healthful, ac-  ji^^pmach nnd bring -relief,  "^proved���their usefulness in  JgbfpKises-and will continue  ^r^ejgto the suffering who are  * Proud Mother���And"- how^ ' professor, "what do -you" think of my daughter's' execution? -  , _   -' *'  -   -,   _t.^_���., ,..,���       Gieat Musician���It would be a most"  lordships would' be prepared to   excellent i'dea.  hear , the ��� ajipeal   as  soon  as   it was  ready,  Any application to mitigate tho rigT  or of the punishment or to admit'the  accused, to bail; pending the hearing,  ,must he" addressed  to the authorities.  in Ceylon.        *     -   -"      - ',   ,l  "|to use them'.  se  of hrain fevei- lasted  Ididn't it'  |erms wasted a   lot    of  "(his brain.','  Jyqte ,in��� Norway ^unless  vaccinated.  |ld 8ack Terrapin.  Joient  fishery  experts de-  'jthau 20.000,of real dla-  re  In existence  in  and  __ esnpenlce (and' thst   the  piles rireVafjerly purchas  tnrinp trow $175'to $200  cj rivers,  .-reeks, marsh-  f the (^esappiike terrl-  ^winned   witb   diamond  'iforfy yeafs ago.-some of  ;elve   luehes "across   tho  ^thes�� is (.wr seen tJOW  ftiphi are like pound goli  -oes made n precarious  [d dnys selling dinmoud  iVs at 00 cents the bar-  d. A harrel or eight  foiilu*  now ea^ily brlnjj  A'Hero's  Return. '   '  -Memories of'stirring, scenes are(recalled ,by.. Mr. John Green, who has  been for many years stationmaster at  the _Victoria station* of the South-Eastern "and "Chatluim Railway,* arid altogether ..served . the^.' company, .for 44  years. Mr. Green has recently retired.  --Naturally enough, seeing how often  royalty use Victoria when traveling to  Ihe continent, Mr. Green has seen a  good ileal,of the reigning family,,and  quite recently he was, introduced to  both the Xing arid''the Prince of  Wales. ,_  ���     ,.v       '    , *��� _       '���<  ���Of-all'the exciting scenes that Mr.  Gieen has   witnessed,' he   gives   the'  palm   lo   that   which   occurred   when  Lord Kitchener (then Sir Herbert) returned  triumphant  from   Omdurman  "When  the  boat train  steamed  into  Victoria   station," * says   the   veteran  "the enthusiastic thrpntf broke through,  the barriers which had been provided  by  the station staff,  and police  and  soldiers   were"  swept    off   their   feet1  Lord   Kitchener was literally  carried  away  by the crowd,  ond  it was only  by an almost superhuman effort thnt  .several    policemen    helped    him     to  reach another exit,  where he escaped  in * hansom."    ,  Minard's  Liniment Co., .Limited.  '' .''Yarmouth, N. S.  y Gentlemen,���-In January last," Francis Leclare, one of the .men employed  by me. wprking in the lumber woods,  had a tree fall on him, crushing hirn  fearfully.   He was, when found, placed  cookbook*"fiIled;fuir pfr. ofIginal recipes  of dishes fit for a king'. . ,- , ' ��� *1'  ; ""h-st make. a.'list of your Intimate  friends.," Those noted- for ,'their-good  cooking andy housewifely 'virtues of  course should head the'list Write to  each of'them a personal' note .asking  themOto'write out and-send to you their  favorite recipe. In each note Inclose a  stamped envelope with a sheet of pa-  per of uniform size * for the written  recipe.  Then wait  -Presently in will come whole flocks  of white envelopes.'each-Inclosing the  ' iMapistrate- (sternjy)���Didn't I tell  you the' last time, you were ,'here I  never'wanted you,-to come before me  again'?;,���"." : .-. t ���-_,.." ��� -- j .' ^^  ���Prisoner-^Yes/'sir; -but I, couldn't  make,, the .policeman believe it���Titr  i Bits.' --      'v ���-     ' ...  I ', i   -     r^L- ^  PILES'CURED IN6-TO.I4 DAYS  .PAZO.OINTMENT is guaranteed to  cine any case.of Itching,,Blind, Bleeding or.' Protruding Piles ir^ ��� 6 to. 14  days or money refunded.    50c.  0   ���,  to  kill  K^jsaara-sre ^��s��ffi.ssss,ss.���;  Human Heads as Garden Border.  An aeknowledgment was given recently by Sir Kdward Grey, the Foreign Secretary, of a resolution pnssed  at a meeting nt Hither Green calling  for Government interference in connection with Belgian rule in the Congo Free State. The occasion was> o  lecture by Mrs. Christopher, who,  with her husband, was a missionary  many years in King Leopold's tern,  toiy, and she told a very gruesome  tale.  Mrs. Christopher said she had  known whole di'.tricts denuded of natives owing to the instructions of Belgian officers. One of these officers,  ��ho went out to punish tho natives  for failing to hand in sufficient rubber, returned with twenty-one heads  of men nnd worn in, which he used  afterwards to mn*e a border for a  flower-bed  in   his  garden.  _. ..is recov  ery, his hips being badly bruised and  his body, turned black' from his ribs  to his feet. . We used MINARD'S  LINIMENT .on him freelv to deaden  the pain, and with the use''of three  6ottlcs he was completely cured and  able to return to his work.  -  \ , -SAUVEUR DUVAL.  Elgin'Road, L'Islet Co., Que.  , o         2_:   ��� . h  Founder of   Electrical  Science.  Dr. Gilbert of Colchester. England, Is,  generally considered as the founder of*  the science of electricity., ITe appears  to have ..been'the  first, philosopher to  repeat   carefully   the  observations" of  the  ancients  ond  apply  to  them  the  principles   of   scientific   investigation.  ... order, to. determine, if other bodies  possessed the same property as amber  he balanced a light metallic needle on  a pivot aud observed whether or not it  was affected by causing the'excited'or  rubbed  body to approach  it   In   thte  way  he discovered  that inauy ' bodies  possessed   the   property   of  attracting  light substances.   Gilbert also discovered  the  fact that atmospheric conditions have-much to do with o'ectrieal  phenomena.   Gilbert's book. "De Mag  nete."   may   be  r.iirly   considered   the  pioneer   work   hi   elect rleariscieuce.  the particular housewife who donates  it   And before long what a collection'  -you   will   have!   When   nil  the  names  have bceifaccounted for. you must get  to  work,,and   bind  the surats_jnto a  .book.   Vellum makes a good*"cWef7and  if a 'more serviceable' one  is  desired  ooze   leather,   purchased   at a  leather  shop, may be used.   Red leather, lettered in'gold or black, looks well, and the  initials of the lucky recipient should be  added in one corner. Just see what delight this gift will bring, and you will  then feel amply repaid.  ' SEWING  SUGGESTIONS.  jsa-u-Djft--- pills' Thfyact  ^tnjsr Hver, make more bile  mails'why they are >jo valu-  ijjgJWtion,  biliousness, dys-  ^ejdfache.   Ask your doctor  TjOThM' laxative p��U.  l&OFJ&tt Oo��� Low*U, Kim,���  When March 4 Falls on -Sunday.  .Initios Monroe wns tho first president  to have a term Iw^in on Sunday  March 4, l&M. was Sunday, .-mil therefore Mr .Monroe's second inauguration  (he was tii-ht inaugilnited in 1S17) occurred on Monday, March 5.  The beginning of a f(residential term  did'not. again fall oh a Sunday until  lS4f*y wb?n Znchary Taylor was Inaugurated Monday, March 5.  The third occurrence of the phenothe-  noni-was nt the inauguration', of Rutherford B. Hayes on March 5, 1S77, rind  the next occurrence will be in 1013.  .'It' is said that .March 4 was selected  for inauguration day A by Benjamin  "'"ranklin on the ground that this date  would-fnil on Sunday n less .number of,  times than tiny other for two centuries  succeeding the establishment of the  government.���Norfolk! Landmark.  The Stono Age.  The stone ago still exists anion?: some  of the Islanders of the south Pncnic and  the Eskimos of the extreme north as  well as in a few other spots here and  there on  the earth.    Tho progress  of  early culture In Europe seems to have  been from the south and east toward  the north and west, so that the emergence   of   the   different  peoples   from  their ago  of stone   was accomplished  much  earlier in southern  nnd eastern  Europe than  In   the  north  and  west  Bat, -while the stone nge of different  areas is thus not necessarily synchronous, it seems to be true of all European areas that this is the earliest con- i  dition In which man has appeared upon  them.   This holds for all other areas as  well, evidences of the stone age having  been fully established in  India. Chlua,  Japan, Africa and the Americas.  To prevent knots In cotton whilesew-  Ing always thread your needle before  cutting the cotton from the spool. This  will prevent both knots and twisting. '  Baby's bibs are prettily embroidered  In the cross stitch with coarse embroidery cofton. The designs used aie  pictures of animals, birds and other  things that appeal to thp infant mind,  Ancl as the cross stitch is one of the  easiest methods of embroidery babj's  belongings can always be decorated Iu  this way.  M'hat the circular skirt was n few-  years ago we now see Llie godet pattern. 'The skirt portion i.s fiiUM  smoothly over the hips, and tho front  Is cut in a decided point. To this Is  attached Ihe plaited flounce, which Is  short in front and high in the hack.  For n linen skirt the pattern is graceful nnd stylhsh.  Per the baby is made a lovely little  cont of white handkerchief linen lined  with washable white china silk. A  circular collar is trimmed with n lace  rullle. and the little sleeves and all  edges are trimmed in like fashion. The  pattern is tirst embroidered with small  blue  forgctmenots.- and   the  coaLee  is  ' t The ��'pnly , legitimate    way  time is "to work iKto death..    -,     . '��  -���- '*���     ''���-    ' ���*-��� ' <* ��*    '  Ask'for  Minard's*'and''tai<e�� no Aother.  ' (i t   *  , *      .  .   MUSIC- LOVING4 NAPLES.  ���  -   c  ���< K  It Has the Poorest and Happiest People  j _' " In the World.  " It Is 'estimated-"thar"a~quarter--or^  million people in Naples live from  hand to mouth, and there are hundreds  of children who subsist out of the garbage boxes and who sleep in churches  and on doorsteps.  The taxes  In   Italy to provide  warships and ���to keep the nation on a war  footing with'the other powers are really stupendous.   There i.s a tax on everything, says the Delineator-grain in  the'field, fruit on the vine, old bottles  Fuel   and   foodstuffs'-'are   very tdear.  Only tabor is cheap.   For the very poor  meat is a luxury unheard of. and even  'macaroni is too dear to be Indulged in  often.   There are any .number .of per  ambulating street kitchens, where various kinds of -soup, cakes and  fruits  are   sold   in   portions   cos'ting  1   cent.  And yet these people seem very happy.  Bands of musicians'are always playing in the streets: the guitar and the  "mandolin are to he heard everywhere���  ��� on  the  boats,   in  the  hotels,  and  tho  stranger  is  lulled  to sleep" by a soft  serenade under, his balcony.  The story teller thrives in Naples, as  there are so many idlers there.  He col-  fects a   little crowd  around   him  and  proceeds   In   the   most  dramatic  wav,  gesticulating  wildly  and. working  his  face. Into   the   mo<��t   excruciating   expressions,   to  ro'vfe  stories  of adven  hire or other events, much to the edification   of  his   hearers,  who to show  their appreciation  nre often   betrayed  Into  giving a  sou  which  might have  been better spent for bread or polenta.  The  public  letter   writer  Is  another  street dignitary of Importance and In  great  demand,   especially   with   timid  and   buxom   maids  of  all   work   who  have   themselves   neglected   to   learn  the art of wrltinc:.  Of such the public  letter  writer holds nil   the secrets  of  their  loves nnd  Is often their adviser  as well ns amanuensis.  .face prospecting was rewarded with  over, two hundred ounces By this  time,food supplies, had given out, ��o  iteeping their own counsel concerning, their discoveries, they returned  to civilization,  laid in  a fwsh 8t0ck  ?L-prCrV,1S��MS 1aml h��**��tened back to  their lil Dorado.  ihTJilh?'a feT d(lys��f.their return  fop ,, happened   upon1- the   reef   that  ���A.qD0.I*JlF��,Mi- ginning ���M a  J1^,. weighing 50 ounces, they picked out from a cap of that reef'in a  ���SL ��pUZSi UpWar'd -0*' 500 ounces of  folH    ;^]ey-.carrying, 554 ounces'of  mini���01irne-ved bn?k toLthe nearest  mining town, exhibited his, find to  the mining warden.'put *���' 'a claim  for a lease of.fhe.Jand on which this  marvelous  discovery,-had" been made  I a party that numbered  100'men,  besides coaches and horses and all the '  ! paraphernalia    of    prospecting,    and  camping. ��� Jn their wake in course of  ������ +��.ame  ^old-seekers, .in hundreds  and   thousands.'   Prom   Bayley. and  I'ords mine there was  taken in  ihe  first nine years of its historv 134,000  . ounces of, gokh valued, 'at $2,630 000    ���  ��� A'most,as sensational as Cooleardie  were- the Londonderry and Wealth of<  Nations   "finds.*'     The   Londonderry  was discovered by  far party of unsuccessful prospectors, on their, way back'  to  Coolgardie.,   Two  of T*Te*m picked  -up some rich 'gold, bearing specimens.  After a brief search the outcrop of a  reeL^a��-exp��s.ed; from which in the  ^course"of a few da      " '    " '  from-, 4,000 ,to  5,000  ��� . ARTS  ' EDUCATION  THEOLOGY  MEDICINE ,     a  SCIENCE (Including; Engineering)  The Arts Cqursemajr be'Ukcn without attendance.      ��� ���    ,   i   '  For Calendars, write the Registrar.  ���     '   GEO. Y. CHOWN,''B.Al, '  8      , Kingston, Ontario.  I'ff i  '-a ���  fa  31  M  You Can't Cut Out  A   1JOO   STAVTX   or  THOROUGH ."UN', but  of a few days they took I out  ,to  5,000   ounces  of ,gold.  From  the cap'of'the Wealth-"-of Na-  lrlll clean them off, ant! yon wort tho  horse fcama time.. Uoi'i not blister or  remove tlio lialr. Will tell jou more It  you write. Bl 00 per Bottle, delivered.  Book <-0 fiee. ���  ABSOBBISE,  Jit., for mankind..  81 HO bottle.' Ciiri-s Varicose Velim.'Vsirl-  coiele, ir/drocrle, Ruptureil Muscles or  Ll.-anien'.s.n.-i.'.iwil Glands, Allays i'aln.  Gcaullle mtd. only by,  Jf. F. rO'JKG, ? 0 FJ37Hatimautii St./Springfield, Mass;   '  LYB1AM S0.%S & CO.. Montreal. Canadian Aaenls.     ,  Alio furnithfd by Martin B*l�� ���Si rVynnt Co., Winnipeg, <  **�� tfattonil Orjg Jk Ch.mloat Con Winnipeg and OaJaara. '  vita" H.nd*i~- j�� *^cj. Co. Ltd.. Vanaauinr. * '  The Simple Life  ���is best. To Jive naturally; work  during'the day, keep your temper,  , cat three meals and take a Beech-,  am's Pill . regularly, , as required:  there is no'medicine for the simple life, or the ^strenuous, like J .  �����ns reef goId to tho value of Si 000 ���  000 was,secured*in,*a few days *  ,,,FOOTPADS "fN LONDON.      '  ^,v   , " ^ '"    '     . >",  Gangs^ of^ Robbers. Attack   RDsider"ts  >-''   tM-   ,n, Western Suburbs)   .  ' 'Hooliganism'has'spread from Shore-  (ditch, Limehouse. and -Whitechapel to  ,ta�� quieter suburbs of London  ttt^W" ?k raffians.'are infesting  Wimbledon Common and are making  it unsafe for respectable' people. At  nightfall, and sometimes even in the  light of day, women, children and  occasionally men have been molested  -and. robbed.,,   ������,...." I  Cases have been reported in which' '  people  have  been suddenly attacked  by .loafers, who are, in fact, nothing  but tootpads, and, taken by surprise  in sheer self-defence  paid   tribute "to  these hooligans of the road.    A resident  in the  IJpper  "Richmond  road,  ��*utney, was unexpectedly faced by'a  couple    of   ruffians   ,who    demanded  mw?e^  'Whale he n"as remonstrating  .with them some one flicked him over  the eyes with what he describes as a  light   twig."        iie   turned   quicklv  around,   but was then "seized  by  the  other two, while the man behind pinned his arms to his side., His pockets  w-ere rifled and when they had taken  all -he had his assailants fled.  A gang of hooligans, most of them  from the notorious neighborhood of  Gerrattlane, haunt the Common for  the express purpose of assailing and  robbing helpless people or ol blackmailing others.  A police official assured a'newspaper man recently that, though the  Common is well patrolled, it will not  be _ secure until the general public  unites-with the police in suppressing  this latest development of hooliganism.  "I think," he said, "that the culprits are some of Mr. Galdstone's released convicts, and they ought to he  hack in prison. . Meanwhile a bold  front and a stout ash-stick will prove  a  wholesome corrective."  ;A-A:Rills-A,--:  * ���      '" ,       \ ��-  Told Everywheie'.  ��� In boxes 25 cents.  if:  �� i  -'-'iT'-I  ' * fet  '  rtyl  ^r  '\Uil  ���   -U"v\  ?h";l  ,'fe.  ���m  -   pi,  '"HI- i  -WANTED  ^   to hnar from  ovrner havms '  A   GOOD   FARM  fS j,\Sfi eni"V":,    *>tate when   iiooiessjon can  bo hmi!    Mill dpnl with oiraors only  L. Dnrlnsliiro. But IRt,    Tinrhpitrr. S. y.  BINDER  TWINE  Every "bull tully GuarnnteeTT  mid properly tugged to com-  ply with Cni.mllun Uws.  I'ree ou  bo&rtl cirs  Ci\lt;i\i-y__  $4.75  5.25  5.75 ,  Free on  bour.lcnra  W-lnnipcg  $A. 38  4.-88  S.33  STANDARD 500ft. per bale 50 lb..  MANILA 550 U.v.t k.USOlt,  MANILA 600 fi.wr bait 501 b..  '   PrderB nccepteil tor onu bulo or moru   TermH"criVH  jrlth onlor or C. 0. D.   I'romiit shlnineni riuil aHti��.  JfA'iS!?^SaI.1Jt,'',<"-   A,;t nB for Price on cir lots.  COOPER CORDAGE CO.,  Minneapolis. Minn.  and'  (led.with blue ribbons.  Rents  In City  of Mexico.  "The prices tluil are asked for rental  of  houses  in   the t'lty   or  Mexico are  something   unpallirur    to    Americans."  said George T. Lessiriff of St. I.oiiJs.  "I exjiected to icniaiii there the better part of  the ���\ear and .thought  I'd  get a  house and send for  my  family.  With this,' Idea   I, went fortb In search  of n  domicile,   hut  was  staggered; at  the cost.    For the commonest kind of  a two .story ��� d wel ling the,, agren ts wanted from $150 to "��200 a month ahd'frorii  that up to $2,400 a mbntb. for those of  more   pretentious  nfeb/fecture.     It  Is.  true that these figures are in: Mexican  money, which is just one-half the-value  of our own  currency,  but even  with  this allowance tho rents nrc far in excess of those charged in tho cities of  the United States.   In manyjj other respects living In   Mexico is very rea-  I sonable."���Baltimore American.  _ Pineapple Juice,  uarhc eaten raw will cure a cold In  the head, grip or lufluenza In the first  stages, but in cases where prejudiced  people refuse to test its virtues Irish  moss lemonade made after the well  known flaxseed lemonade recipe and  taken for both meat and drink stands  j next on the list.  Pineapple juice will relieve inflammation of the throat In the most advanced  and chronic cases ancl will cure all ordinary.attacks. In, both membranous  croup and diphtheria pure pineapple  Juice either raw or from the canned  fruit will cure when the entire apothe-  Heat Wave   In   Melbourne.  The recent heat wave in "Melbourne  broke all records even for that sultry  city,  the  temperature    in   the   shade  reaching 112.  The previous record was  105, and that Iind not been beaten for  over 30 years  About a hundred deaths  resulted from heat apoplexy, and for  a time tlio people of Melbourne were  almost panic-stricken by the dread of  seme   frightful   visitation.     The   heat  led   to some curious, happening;,.    In  a   church    up-country   punkahi.   were  installed, and during the service kept  continually going.    At another  country   church   the   clergyman   who   had  boon conducting  tho morning service  30 miles distant officiated in  the afternoon  in  cricketing flannels,  as he  had   no other clothes  in place of the  perspiration-drenched     garments     in  which  he had ridden in the  broiling  sun.   Melbourne has also become concerned about the damage io the Town  Hall organ caused by the heat.  Failed to  Relieve.  On tlie mighty (leep.  The   great   ocean    liner   rolled  H pitched.  "rienry.."  faltered   (he young  bride,  "do yon still Jove me?"  "More than ever, darling!" was Henry's fervent answer. '  Then there was .-in eloquent sflence. '  "Henry," she gasped, turning her  pale, ghastly fneo a why, "i thought  that would make me'feel better, but it  doesn'tr-Southwestera's Book.'        -  ���' '-,"���'���.1!  -"-�������  JV  Ml  ���til  (^>|  ')��� i '���  ���V-  i  *���.< * ���  fo'  V .  h, it',}  ir<  i ����� <1  ��� r.  Out of the Ordinary.  "Say," queried the high browed man  as he entered the drug emporium,  "have you Bighead's balm for baldness?"      -   ���  "No," replied  the druggist, "but"���  "Oh, yes," Interrupted the prospective customer, "of course you have  something just as good, but I want  what I want.   See!"  "You are mistaken, my friend," said  the pill dispenser, "l haven't anything  Just as good, but I have something  that Is far better."  -j. >.  \l -f  ���lt  U Bl;  the Stomach  But chronic indigestion will disappear when the liver, kidneys and,  bowels   are   enlivened   to   action. '  A Cruel  Thought.  He���If you refuse me T shall go out  and hang myself to the lamp-post in  fiont of your house.  She���Now, George, you know father  said   he   wouldn't  have  cary  shop  has   been  tried and "found    'Zn^hZ1"1":'''1���  J'oj; hanging  wanting. -,...,���;-.AiAv'- ���. j aroung "er<*;';;.;��� ; /  Von Huttah's Misery.  If   Very sad -was the fate of Ulrica von  Iliitten,  one  ofjA the  greatest   writers  Germany has ever produced.    Cnable,  to earn a. living, 'he';was reduced  to  tramping through theeountry, begging  food ant?   shelter  from   the  peasants.  One bitter winter's night both were re- j  fused, aud next morning he was found  frozen   stiff and   cold   Iu   the  drirting  snow outside the  village.    "Tho only  thing he died possessed of besides the  rags  he  wore,"  says   his   biographer,  Zulnglin, "was a pen."  'game,  y    The Girl at the Game.  "Why  don't   j'qu   wau-h   the  .Laura?" ���',, ���,  ."What's'the use? You fold: tne the  umpire man- was., paid to , watch��� It  Let him look- after it.: I'm sure I don't  want the jOl>."-Cleve!;iiicl Pin in' Dealer.  A  Mixup.  ICnu-ker��� Did Join's get excuses confused ?  Hooker���Ve*: fold his boss that lie  had been detained .-it the office and his  wife that ho had lieeu up with the,  baby.���New York s.m.  Vou  aip   nkeptical  I'or you have tned many medicines  and  -till sufh-r fiom indigestion with  all  its annoying symptoms,.  Take a new line.  Leave Hie stomach alone. lor the  souice of trouble iB in the intestines  and healthful digestion can be 1 entered by the u=e of Dr A W Cha-u'd  Kidnej-Livci  Pill-.  In .some ways tin.-, treatment is  unique  It has a specific and comWnoil action on li\er. knlnevs and bowels,  brings about a thorough clean-mg of  the' filtering- and excretory ,;svstems.  and thoroughly euros indigestion and  .constipation:   ���'.-������      '  The first dose' w'ill convince vou  that, you are being benefited and vou  will soon know', what it'is to have'.-i  healthful, natural appetite and good  digestion.  Together with ihe reliability of his  Receipt Book, the extraordinary success of-this-medicine has made Dr.  A. *\V. Chase world famous, his por- .  trait nnd signature are on every-bos.'  Dr. A. W. ("base's Kidney-Liver!Pills,  one pill, a dose, 25 cts. a box, all dealers or Kdmanson, Bate3 & Co;, Toronto,   Ont.    .. '���������., ,;  iM  m- wm  mgmmmmmn  ���THE t v. anvxi   MftVIE/BRITISH COLUMJI^uI���  1  HE ME LEMlEi  'V!<  If.  Published in thotntoresi of the people  of "Moyie and End Kootenay.      ,  > .'  j. i   -������ w  ���' , ,> t  i   f <    V    v /<  '���| ,. ���">  '3- ��� '*       ,..  *AV-  / I '  F.  J.   SMYTH,  PUHL1SHEK.  BATEBOFdUBSClUl'TlON.  Oao Year..  ..S2.00  SATURDAY, MAY 89,1?0S.  A><VH, *���  '���  -1      !*,  7      ..       o    *V  '   J.       '���','-      l���W  fu;,-:,'v r,���  ilr"1  ���i^fr  - ���V'��'m,J,5��*'  A',--'-- ���Ji*  ^.l ���*. r.- -i  .1     !,/'&*'-  There were at bast 30 commercial travelers in'Moyie this week.  Another iuc'jLca'ion of prosperity.  A clergyman having resigned  his pastorate to take up the- practice of law, assigned ai one reason for his change, "that the  average Man' will p-��y more to  ie?poufcof>;f.)r one diy^thnn  ,  to  be, k.-pt out of   hell  for    an  '    "   1- ' ' 1  ateijiity."  t  ii  |C A.  :' . 'pnly 80 days remain to .prepare  .\. " , for'the'Dominion Day celebrailoh,  4;^^:tf.-.!. If the, people intend celebrating,  l$,j,'J<a ;f' v 'V . ,|OVv iathe time to begin making  l{ll~Kt\ ',> * .preparation. A , mass ���, meeting  ''T^C^t't should be called at once ' and the  it-S^bf-i^'   matter placed  iu  the, hands of a  *, t /. *-�����?-*-.  - A*-     ��' .   I     . 'li.--        rnl,�����   lh  .  '>'' '5 ^ 1' i"f  Sad Symptoms.  -vt  Tho woman who has periodical headaches, backache, sees Imaginary dark  spots orspeckb floating or dancing before  her eyes, haMsnawing distress or heavy  full feeling ift Itomach, faint spells, drag-  g'nn-dow-rTA^teHng In lower abdominal or  pelvic regj&n, easily startled or excited*  ���irreeuUfror painful periods, with or without ifcivie ,catarrh. Is suffering from  weakens andiCeranEemcnts #*" s**����l"*  have eWly atfentto. Not all of above  ^ypiptorfes at^hkely .to be present in any  case at one/Ire"  cases  man  or 'badly treated and such  run into maladies jvhfclrde-  urgeotfs kw��e if they do no*  ~\'o medici  rfno s>\tzv,i. hi*s s"cn * Ionf;  v^iw   tvrorri   ni  rnrf-s  in.sucn  r*~rorcV*s_bit!aita-i2Scaa-  rn7riTT/'.'r.n'l .prrM1"-1 Y i::ii-y|  ,���" ���.,  l^owiToinedical science for the cure of  woman's peculiar ailments enter Into its  composition. No alcohol, harmful, or  habit-forming drug is to be found in the  list of its Ingredients printed on each  bottle-wrapper and attested under oath.  In any condition of the female system.  Dr. Picrco's Payor!to 1'rescription can do  only good���novor harm. Its whole eflect  Is to strengthen, invrgoratc and regulate  the w hole female system and especially  the pe'vic ovgans. When those are deranged In function or affected by disoasp,  the stoma-c-h and other organs of digestion  become sympathetically deranged, tho  nerves are weakened, and a loni? list of  bad, unpleasant s)mptoms follow. Too  much imist not be expected of this "I'a-  vorite Prescription." It will not perforin  ni'niclos; will not euro tumors���no med-  Icmo will. <Jt will olifn prevent thorn, II  taken in time,.and thus tho operating  table .and tlio surgeon's knife may bo  avoided. ' .  Women suffering from diseases of long  standing,1*!!.��� Invited to consult Doctor  Pierce by letter, free AH correspondence  is hold as strictly private and sacredly  confidential. Address Dr. It. V. Pierce,  Buffalo, N. Y. '  Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser aOCO pages)  Is sent free on receipt of si one-cenl  stamps for paper-covered, or,' 50 stamps  for cloth-bound copy. ��� Address lis above.  y^u-'-t?;-..*  ,���&     13  competent' committee.   Then this  committee ^ could   'begin   ,theii-  -fc'^/^V'.'.'-Work:   and, if   necessary report  'itfftiW^p', J     back to a  c:.si;eral meeting, from  i*fre��p*-?i��      -  ^  , ^ ^   .��ii?'f��^'B.^.y is, ~  ^^llir^.'Oi  time to time.  Capt.' Sanburn's Movements.  I��fl1  ^P^>'      JChe \following   from  the.Yan-  Pl^y''"    couver Province will  be of intev-  r| ��ft#&! '     est to many Moyie people.   .Capt.  * %,��& i *   .' Sanburn is one'oE" the ' owners of  'the Aurora mine near Moyie < and  ������wasbneTo'f the first captains 'on  5   "Kootenay river.   The Capt.  is  at  .|t^,( ;.],?!; V A -Resent in Yancouv'er. "     ' '   ,  Wti %'jr 't'     Capt. Sanburn'commodore of the  ���ftffchs 'T- .,'<". _.  *. <i. -.~.j ;��t -   ���  ^���"���ji-^'���*'".. ,'i"  'v -. ' . --,  IN  tX'-^��:''  ��� Yukon river"floefc  of   the' White  3,,--..^,^^.^,-    "pasia to accept the office of super  JpOS^^t.     ^intendent of    the    Skeena river  %&?;;tj. ,' . -fleet of Foley,  Welch &    Stewart  Contractors fop   the construction  of   the  'Grartd    Trunk   "Pacific.'  Akr"'kV    ���*  ���?l*'.��*Jr*//,V    '  . .1.'.. >tf,  i-tvi. ���'--���   1  Thinking ,;of Spring ,  Painting; Etc?,;  ( .,. ��� ���-'-'  1.,     THE.^, REMEMBER,.  :B. HA-SHORT,'-  CRANBROOK, BJ .0      ,    ���  '    J^ox    83.       ,    .���       I  t ( j  Will   send   competent  iman to paint,     kalso-  0 / t f1  mine   cu'  paper ^yj&ur  ,:     ��� ' * ,     ��� ^ J ,.   '  home, v '  cents per'pound single   hams  Bacon, $17 'per -100   pounds;' 18i  it-Tvr  ^ly;-,  -   apt., Sanburn   will     make  hi*  headquarters    at   Piiaee  Rupert  3and' Essfngton and the  transportation of all the supplies  for  the  ���yattrcad    construction  camp  will  C'lV".^',? .''    'beTinhis  charger.   '   -  lly^vN'";;     ���-   Oapt. Sanburn stated   that   he  '"^���r 'j.     has already bought two boats  for  !:j't'1     operation on the Skeena river this  1^-r      'summer  and  is now negotiating  'V^1     *fnr a    third.     Ab 'present Foley,  -Welch &/ Stewart have   the  contract for  building 100*   "miles  of -  the new transcontinental line east  Jfrom  Prince  Rupert and it" is  a  foregone conclusion that this firm  will do   practically all  the  construction work   on   the  railway  Vest af   the   Rocky   Mountains.  During construction thousands cf  tons  of   supplies and   equipment  i-ltr .  ���5  IH "���,'   r>% "-  .' -'?tir>  Try  our Shamrock  Leaf Lard and Em-  , .press Creamery but  terr l  THEY   ARE ,A SPECIALTY  P. BURNS ft'CO  - MUYIE, B. C.   '  namiiii.��Li'nw��tpf����Min  aiji-n^���j 1   1 n ii��mi,  ���������^wwi^^  W��R. BEATTY  oEmbalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 0. CRANBROOK  Hand Painted  1. O. O. F.       1  ^!f>?^^4!3nr,,d��*" i-odl��,, >0* 44*  M����pibTue��liiy pveninjis in  MrGretror  Imll   on   VictotiH   street.    r5r.-(,uui!i��t-  OdU Fellows coidul.V in"*i>td.  We ]i��ive iust received a q. j. Lowes . j?. J. Smyth;  China  shipment of beautiful  liahd painted Austrian  china which *\ve must  sell at once and at a  great reduction.  Don't -aijes tj)i3 Ppporr  luaity. Come' early  and get a small tea set,  "chocolate set, or preserve set. S.ugars and  creams, Butter dishes,  celery , trays, cracker  ' " jar? and salads, etc. .  This large and ,beatiful  - 'assortment,-will' be, on  sale for the . next two  weeks so call and see- us  early. -���     ,        , "^  moyie drug'' And  statiohefy" store.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  KEL.SOM, B. C. 7  tv'       , -  rJoarding and Day School .conducted bv���tUe Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson,-  B., C, Commerciiil and busiues?  courses, a specialty,' Excellence and  swift progress "characte'hiW each department. Parents should write , for  particulars., One month assures the  public .of,, the thoroughness A of the.  Sietern' motlioJs "of teaching:. ' Terras  cornnunoo January, April and 'Sept'  Punils are admitted duriuc term-' '  * -��� 4t   1 r  JUST, ARRIVED  A 'fresh'-supply-of  our noted * ���' .'���  , Imp.eratoi, Hams c;:  ':       3'n^,<^^COn�� ^V   ,   riT.T:McVlti!c.C.K.JP.US.^V.7Br\er.C  Hams, $15 per   100   pounds,   101  McyiTTfE  &" PARKER  Vtelorta. 6",'e.\tAiK 1st, 1JCC.  Provincial Laxd Subveving  dii, $ly  'per .ldO   pound?;    M   RAII(WAV fc MINISG  EN'G1XE'EK?NC  cllaNBROOK. -;   BiimsH Columbia  cents'per pound single   slabs. , .. , e  ',���   i1 , t  4 _    s  ' ' :r..Estimates Furnished.' .       ==  ���-r-^r-  :SS^ .offices, m  Fort Steele P. O.Box 25. (  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  37.  gt. Eugene I.oil���� >'���,���  K. of P.  ���tfe^tfl fiver/ Thursday  emiing ip" McOre'feor  >iallftt-6 c'clock., Visit iug brothpra invilied.-  Chancellor Com.   ,l " '   K. B.��"d 8,  Moyie   Miners'   Union  '     No. 71  W, F. of M.  Meets'in McGregor ball every  Saturday evening.     Sojourning   member*  are cordially invited lo attend.  John Taylor       "'  Thoa. E, Kelly,  ,   President. \        ,** Secretary  ��� *  >   JBARBER.      /, ,  '     ' "A r 1    ' * ]/^  First Cliss Work  HOTEL   r KQOTENAY  1 '   * _     ^  mi    ������^~  Harvey, ! 'McOarter  &  1; Macdonald. ,  'S^rjisters, SolicHora.-Notariee, Etc. ���  Cranbrools,   - ,:   'BViPi  gr'.^'-  W.\E. GURD,  BAKRISTEIt; SOI.ICITOB, BTO.  .....    . -t   V.      ��'-i.' '.    ~"  CRA-NBEOQ?:'.  v   ,'    ���     -    v     -    *   - ,> .  >< .}  b: p  The attention of the I.andb and Works Dc-'  pa-tmculhaving been dlrueted'to th'ela<'.t that1  town lots in*a towns!to n'arneilDPriucfc'-Kupert,  Ixs'iiig a sabuivislon of I^ot 642, -Kanpe 5 Coast  District, situated on the muinlaad between"  tlie nouth of the Skuena River and Kaieu Is  land, are being ofTered for sale, It has been  deemed riece'essiiry lo w am the public that the  raid tOMUsite 1h uotittu��tedfat the terminus of   i  the Grand Trunk-Tacilic Itaiiw'^r}-,'and'is-not  s _   T -     .��.��'-,�����   '  the townsite which is owned'Jointly  by the   TJR.   P^B." JxL'iJL'lliO,  Govepimcnt of Uritish Columbia and-tho Grand      .        >>    , _.-*.-  Trunk Paeifie Ruihvay Company.', -������'  '*  ~   "        *-            "     . , >. J:' FULTON-,                 ,,..-"������       ,    - ,'       --,     "   -  _,'    '-j  Chief Commissioner of Lands aud,Works,   CranhrOOk/'  =''5--     k.'.\D\  ,*-*.'  f.ands and Works-pc-jjartmeiup',,      -    <   ���' '��� S. ye.^      j-, T J- , ,, ^  *    . <,' -  - "6>H:DTJNBAR    .  "       '     '        " - T-i  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  r^Cranferpo^B.O/;.;  IJESnW'^XS.T-  Shoe Repairing  Mining  Shoes  Kade to Order  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  DEAD  OFFICE. TOUONTO ^  B. E. WAXKER, President  AI.EX- LA3RP, General Manager  A. H. IRKLAJJU, Superintendent of  Branches ' '  1.STACUSULU  1807  Paid-up Capital, 510,000,000  Rest, - - - 5,000,000  Total Assets, - 113,000,000  r. A.���SMITH0  CUOPMASJ-Jt. '   A  MOYIE, *,  ' ���  STOP AT,THE" ,    '  1 i *  r       S  COSMOPOLITAN  '     ,    -JWHEK ?N w��' '   ," '..  r , i\< -    -!,  ^ *' .     j^ORiNBROOK  gt If; SMALL, Maoacer.. -        r    ,'  . ' '     ' 4        i   . ,        ' ���.   ,  ,"'.,>      V      n .     -- ,    ,*r  ' Good rooma; good. tables'and  bar  '.       . - < i.    , ,     , ,  - - and1 first claaB Bampla rootns. .' ,  Brandies throughout Canada, and In the United States and Enflani  .    A CENERAL BANKING *BUSI��ESS' TRANSACTED  COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' PAP���H D18COUN7EO!  < . < ,    .   , 84  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTxMENT  Den'osits ai SI and upwards received, and interest allowed a,"  'onrrcnt rates. The depositor,1s aubject to,no delay whatever b  the withdrawal ol the whole or any portion of the deposit.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  R.T. BRYMNER,  smbpolitaft Hotel  '; HARRY 01M0CK, 'Proprietor'.-* Ay ^  /Nearest Hotel to the St. Eugene mine.  -    ' '  '-   S,    ' " "'   '     r" ���      ,  , Headquarters ; for Miners.  BAR SUPPLIED WITHMBSTBRAsWoF JJQUOUS AND CIGAR?  '.��   r    ' Rates SltOO a dayCand up.  ��7  l?  ..<  *^TA^i  fc Jewell  1 ^Express arid'^ G erier- ;^  , "al Delivery v Busi-;.  wmess.A   Livery rand ,r  *    ' wJ     i ���>        r<-\;     \ yi1-   y  'Feed. Stable:  . .. ^^-y  Wood; and ^ coal  .,-1 <-'  'Epr"'Sa|,e"l:  "Ceavc Orders at  ������i5..  ^'       i  .-���  ,-; Moyie,  ^.GwynneVStore.A ,"  . V., '"  ��^ > ' - ���   sz  ,'y. -> "-'/--vi'P ,#������ -fT  -     <.- *- ^ *   --.���^      ,   ' ^,���*  i- K  I iBri tisli" Columbia  ;r~r'v- : rr^ririv^-nann"^' ' SEND 'YOUR'WORK, TO/THE-  George H.-JMjqmpso^,, . ��     _ :t rf.-.r.,.;^^**,^ ^.a^  ,^i. oDTcTim   ?-*AT.rf:TTORi-'-    , '   -.-.,.'-      -.-T7 tf\ ^N fT^ b.' X*I  A *\Jf~^..-%i^i ,..., - .  .  BAERISTKH, tiOLrCITOR,-  tary Public, &c. 1,>,  ���"��� '-. -:i'i;'-^-p>-j*��l^f e^^'���"  --.    "''Y *,l>/" 7?^����<"'- Lii^-^*^   '   4^1'  '* -'���: t ^V���A^n^;:^n'eiir"of?GO-CARTS 'aiid'B'A:  AGES) y^iicpf from ^S^ur^ /���  r>ACo-0pera !ve A.Stores.  *    ,f'k  0';l>-'^j^-,v     -,?. :"',-Vvr. ".'Jpl CtLx-1 'Hj.Ua l,s V��,.     '��       .,     ,     -  Un,; '��-:   �� t\ .. '. .- ->>,.'*�����?- )^'  "'c1 ''.' ���- l- ' ^^li-^ "s-'"1,-. i'"-, ���'   { ��  BUY YCJU'fi  NOTICE.  Toba-coos.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL, (       ,  TUis.hritel.is now under new  management^ and ie first ql&ss  in every respect.    -        -  B. E. fTAYLOR, Mgr.  "ir    "MOYIE  Victoria street.' ,  - ��� -i   ,.">     ' ^  KOOTENAY  ���steam t7tr:r  y   LAUNDRY^   "  \ .    "' , '.  ���     ''NELSON  "      -     ' ''    ' r4    s' ;  All White"iiaborl  '* ���*-  ,.     ��� ^ j     iA      ,<   / a  ���v        -  ." /  Leave work with'the local, agenV  1     A, B:;STEWART,y   ',  'W " i-\  -' '* -   J   "^ ���*^*<        ���        * i-Air  .;a   ''I-  ����'*{��'>��a39>{��3��&�����������*'��������&&'>&as>��1��S&39!>a3>3>3��9��3*'9&3>ee������������9W  ^^^h^WOTEL..  '���'���������- : -  t ��� i  \psF.iJOJlJVSlOJf  I  This Hotel is New; and, well Fur-disked   The  *     '"   Tables are Supplied with, the Best the ji  j. l.   -JklarKet affords. The Bar, is Filled witli'I  S^ .  'ttiefitest grandsjpf Liquors.and Cigars,  $  ���I  FBOM  i,uua wx    0"j.-t-    --17-f���     j     Take notice  that   I   intend   to  ���jvill be transported up the SkeenaLpply.  to the   superintendent  of  river.      J ,   ' Provincial  Police after   30   days  l- ��� 1 from the first public ltioni   of   this  notice for a renewal of the licence  to sell liquors by retail on the  premises know n as the "Interna  tional Hotel" at Kingsgate, B. i .  May 11, 190S. Albert Mutes.   ���  ityz Way of the Indian.  A B. Stewart   & Co. M  LINOLEUM  CARPETS  'i:    Qroenwood   Ladge:���Geo. Rudg  ;s well known  on the coast.    He  kept an  hotel and  marble works  nt   Bssington    some    time   ago.  "When ho wasn't busy in  the   bar  Ire would be doing  nice  work  on  headstones."   Tlie'Indians are fond  of   buying   monuments   to  place  ���over   there  dead.   So   when   one  'came to George   to    buy  a head-  tone he, with an eye to  the    fu-  ,nre  trade, niado  one  sacred to  jhe memory of John Jjick and put  extra trimmings on   it,    and    for  $0.*j he turned out a stone worth  much more money and a; work   of  ,-irr.    The Indian   took  the  stone  .across to  Qaeen Charlotte island  fend when lie came to the spot at  ���which     his     relative  had     been  drowned he dumped: the1    stone  Overboard.' 'George   was       wild  wheri her heard this, for   he was  out $3!5 wcrtlii of work and  did  not  get   a" ; chance   to  advertise  ivmong  the   Tndi&h?.-   He   never  thought that the'' Indian would  plant thie stone in the 'oce'ari. ; ;'  Small Debts Court.  KOTICE.  Take notice that I intend to apply after 30 days from the first  publication of this notice, to the  superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the" licence to  sell liquors by retail on the premises known as the "International  Hotel" at Moyie, 3i. U  May 14, 1908.       William Is ydd.  ^���;-  ���li  &  Joseph Ryan is up from Cranbrook today holding dmall debts  cjurt  NOTICE.  Take notice tbat I intend to apply after 30.-days from the first  publication of this notice, to the  superintendGiit of ProvinciBl; Po:  lice for a renewal of the licence  to sell liquors by retail on the  premises known.as the "Cosmopolitan Hotel" at Moyie, B. C.  May 14, ifl08.    '   H. H. Dimock.  "When furnishing your  home or hotel don't forget we can furnish you  promptly and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT  ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  O   F. DE3AULNIER  " '" ��� DEAiEIl IiC  PEOMPT ,DEL1VEBY.  Queens' A^e.    -MOYIE  Company  B. C,  FOR SALE���Fresh milch cows.  For particulars write to  MORGAN LONG,  Piuchct' Creek Alta.  NELSON, -   -   ;  AGNTS  Mason & Ri^ch Piano Co.  Obtermoor* Mattress,      ,  Globe-Wernick 6'fficfe Furniture.  GENTLEMEN���  If you want a stylish,  up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsewhere.  3$e guar ate e  all  **   Our Work.  Cleaning,      repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Rig-tit.  C. A. FOOTE  Merchant'Tailor.  MOYIE, ' B. C  DESAUXNIKU,    JJROB,    Fopa.  Lar^e "sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Be''  of accommodations.  Headquarters   tor ��� Commerciiil and Mining Men.  Queens avenue,        moyie, b. c  A: L  McKILLOP  ASSAYBB.  NELSON,  ii. C  ^HftW^W  - ''  "HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAJ-'  1    AND MINING lMEK* '  fc    MOY1J5 A'        ���   '     o- - ��� -' ��� BRITISH COLCMBIi I  ?������������ C^���� �����������?������������������������,��9S���������e��� 9S&Z ������i>*����39C<B���CM��',  ' r ,        ^*s '     J"*  Summer    Excursion  Rates ��a��t, $60,00  EromJIoyie to' AVinnipeg, Du-  luth, Fort ' William, St. Paul,  Sioux City.  Chicago i * $73.50  St Ajouis    ' 07.50  Now'York 108.50  Toronto '- 01-40  Montreal   108.50  Ottawa 108.50  St. John, r?. B 127.50  Halifax  135.50  Sidney, C. B Ul.OO  Tickets on sale May 4 and 18,  June 5, 6, 19 and 20: July 0, 7,','. 22  and 23; August 0, 7, 21 and"22,  1908. First class, round trip,  NINETY DAY LIMIT.  Routes���Tickets good via any  recognized routes in one or both  directions. T.q destinations east  of Chicago are good via the Great  Lakes.   " ' ,  For further information  rates,  sleeping car reservation apply  C. E. McPflERSON, G. P. A.  Winnipeg, Man.  J. MOE.D.P.A.  Nelson. II C.  As  nude by the  present brewer  is ^ admiltedlv ltbe  Best BeeT in Eust ^ootcnay. "\Vilh the Beet Malt and  he Purest Spring Water it is unexcolled /or quality.  Insist on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  CgAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,  moyie,:b. c  E9HSSE BBESaS3ESSaSEaB8E  Property for Sale  IN ALL PARTS OF TQWN  m  m��  Insurance,' [Real ^Estate, Collection^  i^icoTriT|?.


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