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 r.c^  a  '���*',:  po your ej'cs "bother you?  Consult W. H. Wilson,  of   Cranbrook   and get*  ,    '  '   satisfaction.  VOL. H NO; 22.  MOYIE, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1910  S2 A YEAR  Autumn Days, Bring Autumn Weddings  i       - ' 1    i i f'  Lwhich tunis your mind to bridal-gifts. '��� Where to  purchase  ____?>' * n ~    i *  I the latter may puzzle you for a moment, but a study of our  illustrated catalogue solves the problem. 7 Our goods are  10f the finest-quality ���our prices positively   moderate.'     Pur-  ii ' i    1 i f r  I chase by mail iu Vancouver aud save money.   ��� ,     '    ,  ', All goods sent prepaid. * , "      .       'V -    '  1 ' ' *��� r '   i '     i  Money refunded if not entirely salisfactoi'y.    . .       *  "     . m " t ������ 1      ',   , '���      , i _ x,      ' ���   '  Henry Birks & Sons,."' Limited.   ; *;  ' ," ��� I " " ���' ��� ','''���' , " ���      . "*  i'jqyelery mailorder house'/,     /'.Geo7E.;Trorey, Man.'Dir.  ;,f        .   VANCOUVER, B.C.     ,\.   ./  |   ,;   GENERAL FLOAT        *  -aeefeefee-eeeeetcfeeeeeeeada^i;  Sir Wilfrid; has 'named Nelson  the "Venice of Canada."  A branch of the Cranbrook Cooperative Stores' is being opened  at AYurdner.*  Zinc Experiments  ��� Then Cranbrook band will furnish music for the Creston Labor  Day celebration.   ", ,  Hazelwood Ice Cream  a ���-< ;-*'" '"-.    v \ -', - ���',':'';  Ybti will find your, friends "at Gwynne's'where the ,  ���      rl '",*'. 1   '       'l J ','     '    ' '     ' ''      '        rl     ' '  earn in town is to be had.      - -   ���  Gwynne's Hazelwood ^Parlor  best  P.' 11. ��� McDonald,' ex-inayor' of  Rossland, may be appointed mining ihspeictor for that', district.  ^  ;.fceayeu..  Wiiii- "Us  '��� '.'7'    Wc Mean "Your Ordcr-For .-   <  '    Peaches, -Plums,, Pears,  etc.,'for  '  " -> '    * * ' -      . i '  'preserving.'      *, ,  We   ,are receiving  regular 'ship-  1    ,*7 'incuts- and can giyc'yoii the best fruit. ,,  l  ���  Get  tbe. habit.  Go to  I  '.CtfftWE7BR0S7& CO;  "*" *K='. "- ���-  ���sc-'-i-j-':'  =^  q  -KsrABfcTsnKir  1 897 *'*  Head Office  .   ' ' 7 ,   iV  INSURANCE   arid" MINING ,  and INVES TMENT, BROKERS. \  CRANBROOK, B. O  1 J. K. Johnson, manager of ,the  Ores ton Review,, was' married at  Grand1 Forks, North Dakota, a few  days ago.      r y ���   '        '  :  The Silver; King  mine  at   Nel  son will betdrairied of water  next  spring audu worked   on   a ��� large  scale.    '      '' 7_i__i-     " ,,,    -  Tommy Burns will get* $1,000  for playing with,, the -Vancouver  lacrosse   team - against  the New  ' ' -r-  Westmiasterteaiii oh Labor Day.  There are 27-men on ther payroll at' the Highland mine "on  ���Kootenay lake. The mino,r is  shipping to the Trail smelter. ���   ,' .  Shoes - Shoes - Shoes  Most of the'leading .makes aud all of the leading leathers  to be had at popular prices.   ,  '  J. W. FITCH  St. Joseph's school, at Nelson  will open for the' fall term next  Tuesday morning, September (5.  All indication^ point to  a large  enrollment. x   ���     '       .    ���   ./     ...  At Fernie on Labor'! Day there  will' be a boxing match between  Harry; Lombard , of 'Chicago and  Clias. Carver of England.. They  will go"15 rounds.'��� .     -  '        / "  <"��� -tt      *  ' That the'' Nelhou" annual fruit  fair September 28th"and,30th will  be thewmost successful, both from  the point of "view of the exhibitor  and the visitor, that has ever been  held in that city is  now assured.  '4 -  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.        ' * 1}  3  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public,  Largo and Commodious Samplo Rooms. Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Propraetors.  Angus Davis, formerly of Moyie,  is now superintendent at' the  Molly Gibsou. Some 20 mon comprises the working force. The  tramwya is being repaired and  the mine will be shipping within  a few weeks.  '  The plant of the Powell Rival-  Paper Co. at Powell river * on the  mainland, opposite Texada island,  will be completed and ia operation about May 1, or July 1,- next  at the latest. It will represent  an investment of two million dollars, having' a capacity of one  hundred tons .of paper daily aud  give British Columbia a new payroll equivalent to half a million  dollars a year.  Hou'.'Wm.'Templemau, minister  of mines for the Dominion, while  at Nelson threi'w some light on the  experiments which are now being  made on/zinc ores. .He said:  "Our first step has been to,,secure  tbe services of an eminent mining  engineer in London tojuakea report upon all.the electrical smelting processes,,at,, present known,  in Europe/'.,.The mining engineer,  Mr.llarboard,'is at ..present on-  gaged in  tbac  work..    We "have  also retained &ie services  of Mr.  * t^  <   f  - *    '        - t '     ,  Ingalls,'a naine familiar to most  mining men,', I, tliiuk, as the  greatest.zlhc'expert in America.  We are at^tl^e**resent time," therefore,' investigating. ', When' ^ve  have the reports of.these experts  we will form's plan of procedure  as to experimentation. ,It is,pro-  posed'as soon/as" we receive/and  consider all the information,that  can   be   obtained'  as  to ' results  t ' '      , j*    . . ,-  aehived thus 'far  in the'electric  smelting of zinc   to' submit that  evidence to^the best metallurgists  and chemists and smelting men  oh the continent,and to be guided,  by their advice a3 tar* the experi-  mentarion we shall carry on." " ' .  I���       LOCAL' ASSAYS |  $ r vt>  Sir Wilfrid's Visit.  Must Arrange Exhibits   Early���  For the most fastidious dresser we have lhc  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in the newest American" lasts.,  from $4.50 to $57 See oar new  Buy one and be well dressed;  : C ' ��� -Tk.. ���;:  An extra effort is being made  this j-ear to have all exhibits in  shio-shaoe when the Spokane Interstate Fair gates open the morning of Oct. 3rd next. All intending to exhibit ore are being notified by letter and through the  press that their exhibits absolutely must be in place thi3 year  by Saturday night, Oct. 1st, so  that they may be judged and all  award eards attacked Sunday,  Oct. 2nd, the clay before the fair  opeus.  About    50 "people /from  Moyie  went down-to Cranbrook  oii the  special train last Monday to take  part, in the.reception given to, Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier. and his  party.  Cranbrook was -decorated* in ''fine  style for the .occasion,  the flags  and-*bunting-used alone, costing  ,over~"$255/~^When' "the '-special  train carrying    Sir' Wilfrid and  his party rolled into' the   station  an address of  welcome  was read  by Mayor Pink aud presented  to  the   premier.      Several automo--  biles then took the party- to   the  skating rink, where a public meeting was held.    Fully 2,000  people  were  comfortably seated in the  building.    Dr. King presided  and  introduced the speakers.      In order, they wero Hon. Wm. Temple-  man,    minister   of mines; .Ralph  Smith,   Dominion   member   from  Nanaimo;   Premier   Laurier   and  Geo. *P. Graham, minister  of railways.    It   was   the largest   day  meeting that the party had during the trip througfh the province.  ilr.  this  Fred Kesler is   over   from   Sil-  verton.      -   '       '  Louis Collin will leave for Vancouver tomorrow.    ���   .  > Miss Cockburn is home from her  visit to the coast. '.   , '  i i  Mrs. Geo. Turner is iu* the  hos:  pital at Cranbrook. .   ',  A.   G.   Granite    of   Cranbrook  spent Sunday iu Moyie.  ��� U. A. Deagon went up to Kim-  berley tlie first of the week." " .  ��� -Mrs. O, <M. Ferguson' has returned to her homeTat Rossland.  Win. Sanday  and .family   will  leave Sunday for Sau Francisco.'  - Mrs. E. L. Hutt .is home from  her visit, with relatives near Portland, Oregon;.' *'._.' ,  ^ Moyie's* junior.'baseball, team  will play at Creston on Labor  Day. f   '     ,        ,'  ,       ���'    "--  A daughter was��� born ,to  and Mrs." S. G. ' Ulaylock"  morning.   '   _  ,        _ '       '    '   '    s,  John Lawso'n, a, hotel proprietor of, Morrissey Mines,' was up to  Moyie last Monday.   "    ��� ,-  , The Cranbrook football team  won, the game from. Moyie at Al-  dridge'park last Sunday." * "'    - ,  Don't,forget the Harold- Nelson  show next Tuesday evening,_,.September 6th, iu Morley, hall.   ���"'   -  Mrs. Lowes is home from North-  port, Wash., where slie spent several weeks with relatives. ������'  ��� J- Attwood, C. P. _]",. agent, is  taking, 'his ���' holidays! " F.'" .W.  Sheldon is taking bis place,    j* -    '  ', Vernon Chapman;" who. for l the  past five montlis was'on the staff  ot the^Leader, isnow ad. man on  the Nelson Daily News..' . < ' .  Harry Dimoefc and Aime For-  tier were over to Nelson the first  of the week to participate ia the  Laurier demonstration.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Attwood and  son F. B. Attwood and family  spent a portion of. the week at  the Attwood farm near Creston.  An item is going the rounds, of  the papers that ';The Moyie Hotel  was gutted by fire." It was the  Cosmopolitan Hotel at Moyie that  was burned.  Jg DON'T MISS IT. , THE Slh- ANNUAL    '  $< '   NELSON FRUIT'FAIR;  jjjjl ,''/���        -'      AT'NELSON, B. C.   '  w;   ���" s ���   iD^^rs.     s( ,  ^ Wednesday, Thursday dud priday, Sept. 2<S,'29,',,30.  W FULL OF  SURPRISES IN ;  }K -  , Fruit,   Vegetables,   Poultry,    Mineral, .   '   ,  ^ .Lumber  and-   District ��� Exhibits'.  $ $3,000 PRIZE.'MONEY-'        $3,000  w        '' ' -"a  |     / See The Free Attractions.   ���  it>/PROF. DARNELL-''��� ,    ' ''[     '"''       , " '" -  jf .    ,  ' '       ^   The fearless aerou'aut, will make  a. bal-  tj/, loon'ascension and parachute leap daily.o    ,. '������������.,  j> THE LE0J0E, TR0UP--   ,   -    '"  '      '       '   *.   v '   -<  I-   "' , , /���.''*  v/      ,       " '   ,  ' Three ladies and two men,  iu   their  un.  W   paralled aud refined bicycle act.1    ��� ,   ,       '  $' FIVE FLYING [BANVARDS-     *        ���  v     '' 'l.r  A't '������-    < Engaged   at" enormous .expense," lately"  Mr* featured with Ringling Bios.    Tlie.Aerial ;marvels,'in  long-  <jk"t leaping aud casting act'50J!eet in the air. , , ,       ���  Ai'f Numerous other attractions. Excursion rales on all lines. ���  ^ J. E. ANNABLE, PRES.       -     ���;   G., HORSTEAD, SECR'Y.'  ifff_ '',',''" .Box 392, Nelson, B" C.  \l[ Jr. Jy. ^���������*��..'^^->^JK*;Sfc-jfr-^-^is*J^ h ���^���^������^���^���-IS^Svv5^*Sv^*J> -S^**>  '^J5P-S?.>Uflr'&rir' 4ir-4ir--*ir-*'-^-*rtt ���^������*r'-*.-,-jiir-*y^'-*r-ir'-*r?*r'.^'fZZ  as  as  as  as  as  as  'as,  �����*  ���Os<  to  7ft"  as  $'  as  -to. -  to  .as  ��� to:  "'to'"  to'  to,  .OS' -  'to  *  to  to :,  as?*.-  to- *  to A  to  to'-  to  i*J? l  i'Sully"^ in Town.  John Sullivan, more familiary  known as'"Sully,"' is spending a  day or two in town. "Sully" has  beeu working on the government  road at Yahk, but'laid off to go to  Cranbrook to meet '.Sir1 Wilfrid  Laurieivand to aid in making the  reception a-success. "Sully" is 8n  the opposite side of politics from  Sir Wilfrid, ,'butf' is sufficiently  broad minded to not, allow" party  politics to have any bearing in  the matter. After .^.resting up. a  bit and meeting and* "tpuching''  his many friends, "Sully". will  again repair to Yahk' to'-repair  roads for the government.  Blair Catalog   Is Issued.  St. Eugene Testing Plant.  I  Oxford  shoes iii, all colprs  20th" CENTURY   SUlfS.  ��������ai������SKMM��e��0��5l��"*-00��S1I>*<5'  Imperial Sank of Canada.  * ������_    ������ ^,, n nun ,inn (KI  Capital Authorized -----  Capital Subscribed- ���   Capital Paid Up;������   Reserve   Fund-  $10,000,000.00   $5,575,000.00  . ,..-5,330,000.00  ��� -5.330.000.00  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH COLTJMBIAr :  Craahrook. Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops. Michel.   New   Miolel  S                .   Eeniie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.         , -  I            Drafts'and Money Orders sold avaible in any j  S                                  part of the World j  I                       I   Savings Bank .Department.             , ��  ^          Interest allowed on deposits from  date of deposit. <  1     MOYIE BRANCH.         H. W.fSUPPLE, Manager. J  '������    BLAIR     i  ��� 'BUSINESS 7  COLLEGE  OP SPOKANE,   WASH, *  The leading. Business College of the  Northwest, where young people, can receive a thorough, business training.  .Shorthand"- typewriting-- bookkeeping-  commcrcial law, etc. Board and rooms  at very reasonable rates. We secure  positions for our students.. Our new  beautifully illustrated catalog sent free  upon reinvest.    Write for it NOW.  Principal.  The lv nnd H cigar has jumped  to prominence through the es:-  ollent flavor  of   tho  tobacco  out  The old slime plant on the west  side of the railway track at the  St. Bugeue, which has * been fixed  up as a testing plant, is running  steadily every day. All tests for  the Consolidated Company are  made here, and tbe plant has  about all tlie work it can bundle.  Various ores from all over the  Kootenays are brought here aud  the most suitable methods of  treatment ascertained. Tho machinery can be re-arranged with  little difficulty to suit the different characters of ore. Tho plant  has a capacity of 50 tons a day.  Nelson Improvements  .During their recent visit to  Nelson Hon. William Templeman  and Ralph Smith, M. P., stated to  Fred A. Starkey, president of the  board of trade, that tho work of  constructing a dredge for use on  Kootenay lake,and ou the West  Arm would be proceeded with  immediately and arrangements  would be made within a short  time for the rebuilding of the  wharves at Proctor, Willow Point,  Queen's Bay aud Kokuueo. A  promise was also given to M r.  Starkey that buoys would be  placed at various points on the  West Arm which aro a source of  danger to navigation. The  dredgo is also badly needed at tho  Narrows near Proctor and at  Kootenay Lauding.���Nelson News.  Labor Day  Harold Nelson  Harold Nelson, danada's favorite dramatic artist !arid���'a company  of excellent players, will be seen  in Morley hall on Tuesday, September Oih, in "'Pierre of the  Plains," from the peu of Sir Gilbert Parker. Ifc is modern in construction and deals with settlors  ou the border that are graphically  depicted without being exaggerated or.  overdrawn.  Deer, Ducks, Geese and Snipe  '. of which it is mado.  On September 1st the game  season opened for the shooting of  ducks, geese and snipe. The season will remain opeu till February 2Sth.  Tho open season for deer is  from September 1st to December I5th.  Has Faith in Moyie  C. F. Botliamley has shown his  faith iu Moyie. This . week - ho  purchased the residence property  of A. J. Fleming and Louis Collin.  There will be Labor Day celebrations at Cre3ton, Fernie aud  Hosmfer. There will be ' a special  train from Cranbrook and Moyie  to Creston. The return fare from  Moyie to Creston will be $2.55,  and the return fare to Fernie will  be $4.40. , The three towns havo  made big preparations, and the  day can be well speut at either  place.    '    c  Fire Brigade Dance  A dance in aid of tho Moyie  Fire Brigade will be given in Morley hall on Monday evening, September 12th. Tickets are $leac h  and are now being sold. A lap  supper will be provided. The  brigade is in need of money and  every assistauce possible should  be given. Volunteer firemen are  also wauted.  Bora in Moyie  New Freight Shed  Workcwas started yesterday on  the new C. P. R freight shed,  which is to replace the one which  was burned a few weeks ago. A  new platform will also be put in.  A Warning AH Right  Last Saturday a tou was born  to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hurley at  tbe car of tlie Burt Imsou Company. Air. Hurley and wife are  members of the company.  T. A..Love, editor of tho Phoenix Pioneer, wont east to got  married, and his oflice burned  down. This should be a warning  to other editors.���Greenwood  Ledge.*       Heinze   Married.  F. .Augustus lleiuze, the millionaire copper mineowuer of  Butte, was married in New York  oil August 3ist to Mrs. Beatrice  Henderson, an actress.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy is today  the best known medicino in use  for the relief and cure', of ��� bowel  complaints. It ones griping,  diarrhoea, dysentery, and should  be ttikeu at the first unnatural  looseness of the bowels. It is  equally valuable for children and  adults. Sold by the Moyio Drug  ifc Stationery Oo.  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years. It is made in Nelson  and can bo bought iu nearly  every mountain town.  The Cranbrook Cooperative Stores  iron  beds  at .  io.  50;  is selling dressers   and   stand   at   $11;  .spring, $3.25; mattresses, $3.25 and' , !'  ..:   Felt Mattresses, $9.75  It will pay you to get iu touch .with them when you want  CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LTD  u-  .The 13th annual .catalog of' the '  Blair Business college of Spokane  has been  issued.     It consists  of  52 pag'os, setting' forth1 in1 embeU1 '  lishments of the printer's art the,;.  cirriculm   methods   and   purposes  *  of the,school, with' engravings 'of   .  the facul ty.   The whole is priuted , *  on    orange, tinted   paper. . . The "  faculty as   chosen  to  date  is -as  follows: II. O. Blair, principal;',!!.  _JI. Blair, superintendent of shorthand department';   E.' H.  Fekron, "  superintendent jof 7 bookkeeping  and    business    methods    departments and instructor iu   commer-   ���  cial law, and  penmanship,*  H.  L.  Darner,  superintendent    of penmanship department aud instructor ia bookkeeping; Mrs. Gertrude  Jay, superintendent of. the   typewriting department  and  iustruc-  tor'in shorthand;   Elizabeth   Cris-  well, instructor in shorthand and  spelling; M. O. Zintheo, instructor  in bookkeeping  arid, letter   writing.    A head for the  department    "  of English is yet to be selected.  M  M  :*  'V, "J> I1*  1IW  , {I   Sj  ������N '' fi*  a\w\\  I  !  iii  ..-  ^I;  *:)  Kl  i&A^^-xxlc*--  .���.,��� .... ,,....|Vw_�����iAf*:il- THE   MOYIE   LEADER  The Utilization of Waste  Products  T" AST jeur   tli,.   United   }  JL-i    ..bout   io. iy  millioii.di  ���St,tics  saioil of   these   young   nu-n   a   little   ol    wJini  .   _ .dollars m  the i an   In-  done in -Canada'*,  "waste  tuii  , utilisation Ml  what, up until ;i few ber" lands.    The Hundreds, of sawmill  -pars ago, was known ,-i-. "waste," ..ml *  ' '  for landing their gram, at the enormous   expected    there;    but    tluugs   did    uot  cost of from $120 to $1S0 per tou.    It   seem  to   be  going  right,  .so  In-  '>i>.������n<-il  is   now   found   that  an.   excellent   twine   the window aud looked out  ������an be made trom ordinary marsh grass)     The snow-plow was gone'  and   from   the   common   "wire   grass"!     Dad  stopped, got  down, and   waM.cd  which giows al.undanrlv over millions of j up  to  thc  pilot  aud   Ielt   ol   the  draw  acres of western country.    An,Iowa man   bar   before   he   could   ru'.wn.-t'   himself  of   all   tup   fields   t .cup   <s   ..one   villi, h  offers greate.   oppoitnnit.es -.it'll.,   pie  sent lime to unit of veiv small at, wc-U  ���Hss large capital. Mian tins     The util./.,.  lion  of \msli".   is  nut   .-in   cntiit-ly   new  ,    idea.    It has uttrattwl a gn-.it  deal oi  attention  dimug, the past  six vears, es  pecially, and i(s " wondcis'' have been  exploited mint   times���the wonders, for  instance, ot (....! la.  l.v pioducts, of ink  made from  the  Misty hoops���ol   old  bai  if Is,  of s.lUjt..--  made oi   the  limbs, of  trees, and  oi   the  ipmarkable. ol" e*.entiling liom liooi  to t'l.J in our slaughte.  bouses.     V book  might  he filled  with ay  list  of Uie  things  now  made   Mom  one  time woilldess m.itenals.'   H is interest  ing reading! '"id out' wonders ii  Iho duv  of magic is ,*i(  hand.    Hut thus lai then*  has been ve,iv   little  thru "is helpful  i.i  these punted  lists     They  hate  shown  , what  can   be done,  and   what  is   being  done,   bv  the   lug   fellows,   but   Ihat   is  all.     The  sin-illt-i   fortune I.untois   liaiej  not been started, .. tact  which has given  '  i iso to (.suggest Ion nl the United .States  Congress,, loi   the   establishment   of   :.  ���'Utilization   ol    Waste   Products' 'i <lc  partment for what  might b<   tailed  the  education oi fl.e<, misses ,  'It has'beeu cm .mated thai. .1 hiindi-ed  million' ilollais'could be saved, or made,  each yen by lh<* utilization of wastes  instead ot fort} million, and tint sueh a  department as the Depnrj incut of Agriculture, wliii li has. worked it revolution  in ,tho farming methods of the nation.  This department  would be o<  value not  was the first to go into the business  Fie built his small twine factory on tl.e  edge of .1 large w.i.ste of marsh land,  and last yc-ai made ovt i* a hmidied tons  oi the twine, which he sold,for $75 a  ton, cutting the trust juices in half and  it. Then the two men recovered their  self possession arid looked out upon the  bright world in pleased surprise at finding themselves .still  in it.  When they reached Field the ii.eman,  with, an earnestness born of conviction.  assured    the ' excited    group    awaiting  of tilts, incredible fac,t     Then he .started! them that they had come down the Hill  * r  .    If!  7   * ,- .  i ' *-S'      *-  VSy >, i a  S" '.,7  p��  t  *     i"  i   <���  ~P  1 -,   d.i  "- ��-;  Elf," ��� '''  W A    '  , , only to the large in-ituifaoturers and pro-  : ,,   ducers,'who  are   the  sole  "waste  pro  du��-t",utiI)/.L*ib of today, but would open  * mines  of piolit   to   thousands   of  mow  i   chantn, wholesale men, .small dealeis and  manufacturers, and  would  open  up,  ns  well, new iiclds for men of either small  or large capital     Tt would bh6w whole  bale dealeis how  the thousands^, of bush  ,els of fruit which .spoil  on  their,  hands  ,   each  beasii.ii could   be  made  to  pay  the  wages ' of   thou    working   forces;   how  '     the great diy goods merchant could add  a   good   percentage   to ,his   profits   by  '   "utilizing"   in   various   ways,   and   it  would show'where new .by product businesses-could lie started and earned con  , at a pro.it in every city.    It is'pointed  out that practically  the  only "utilizn  tion of waste" businPss with which th'e  mass of people are  acquainted, and  in  which the\- take-a   pail, is that of old  paper and old rags'     ' .     '  ,     In cthe employe of the,Canadian Gov-  '    eminent, thc writer spent a part of last  year in a stud* of the situatioirbetween  'the  north, shore  of  bake Superior a nil  the. Pacific "coast.     The  history  of  thc  States,has taught Canada that"thp con  servation of the'".sin face wealth"  of  a0'country is a tremeudous-ly imporfant  matter, and the government   is .making  ,   great efforts to profit by our mistakes.  Tn   spite   of   those   eO'o'rts,' milions   of  dollars   arc   being   thrown   away   each  year   in   Western    Canada���millions   of  dollars   winch      \mpr.caii     i ipital  'and  American  lu.inib   could   s.n o. '  It may seoin a little exaggerated when  ,   I ^ay'that ,i hundred fortunes could be  \ made tod.tj in Canadian saw-dust' What  .      .Michigan,   Wisconsin,     mil    Minnesota  '    were in tlio*.,lii.i.bcringi wo.Id  three or  ,_ four  'decades Kigo,   immense areab   oi  Canada   are   today.     For, Im ml reds   of  miles^ east  and   west   of   the   Suppuor  shore1 the s.iw-miH*cis the life of almost  .every  town   settlement      Mountains  of  i   sawdust lay everywhere     Sawdust is a  nuisance,  is  carted   away  at  large  expense, is ,i ���wlnti' elephant  on the lum  ber makers*  hands      li   a   man   should  appear to ,-u.y o9ie of Ihe lumber man.i  facturers   lomoiroiv,   and   sa>,   -'I   will  * contradf.   to  tal.i   all   ot   vou.   sawdust  for   ten   years,'"   the   owm-i   would   be  delighted  to give it  to him  for h.iullng  ir away.    Tlieie are not only thousands,  but  millions  of   toi.s   of nl      The  mills  do not bun. it in their iurnaces, as many  -American mainilactiiieis a.e now doing,  because thej have moie wood tiimmmgs  than thev cm usp  .   How can this sawdust  be used*    Has  lly enough, and  piofitabh   enough, too.  A method has now been tound whereby  sawdust'is oasih   and chcaplj   moulded  into briquettes, ,is  hard as  wood   Itself,  and   capable   ol   producing   -.   heat   as  powerful as tl.at  of coal. Special kinds  of   furnaces   are   now    being   made   foi  the-r use, and1 in  these furnaces a, ton  ol  sawdust briquettes will  give *i heat  value only 1,1 pei cent   less than that ot  a  ton  of  coal,  and   the  briquettes can j  be made, to be sold at from two to three  doll.-iTs  a   ton     Light,  of a   ficrcei   in  |  ilanimability than  either coal  or  coke,  ami   burning   to   almost    no   ash,   tlmse  bnquetlos  (mild   l-(.   sold   t-lie.pei   than  wood ior use in tl.ous.-.nds of city homes  In  Fiance il lias beeu pio\ed that saw  dust  can bp tinned  lo exlieim-h   profil  able use in amltlipi   wav.    A  lew   vp.ir.s  ago wimp pun. that  nun sells for eightv  and a  hunilicil  tloll-us  .i   t lions md   fed  tould   be  punh'iM'.l   Im   fouitceii  dollars  t   fhous md       \||   ^��� ���|   lnmtxM   h;is  ,ul  \ meed   in   put','  ,n   th,   same   w.iv,  -uul  ts a   CO!]S.<|,U'iici'  __,_,.���)   (urniti.re brings  i   prni'   tint   vv11 iht   |M\c  slij.gi'i(ii   the  people   ol     .i    g, iKM.-ili.jii    .'go, noi w .th  slandinj;   its  ,.js(.   nf    manuf-iciur.-      I',\  ....Mug    s.iwdust    wilh    glue w..I.t   .um.  soluble   gliss,   .������|   l,*.,|ni,il��� ilK    ,,r(vs  ing   il,    .1    bciuliMil    aitiddal    wood    is  ''������l(1''.   ^' ii   fri...,-   is callt"!   "I,,,,.  'lure ' ami uhuh |���,sm ^Si s i liciulv  nl i-ij.c.ir.nn i luiiuii i.nK in eboiiv ins..  ���V t-10,1  -un)  >u ,),���,,,, ,  "1 iv    11.'-   '   .. un i     nn .(ion  gieat  h,is been the demand, and so pro  iitable has been  the business., that  lum  beiing has been tue iage with the little  ���follows-as   well   as   .vith   The   big   ones  .lining the past si\- oi seven years.    A��  a    consequence   thousands, 'of   setileis,  laigely fou-.gu, have taken up settleis'  claims   on    homesteads,   working   their  tluee vears' ho.ne.ste.id duties solely for  the limbei  on the land     A homesteader  will  take   ]�����()  acres,  and   pre-empt  nh  othei    1(10,   and   aitei   he   has  skimmed  ove.   his land, faking off o'nly tho  best  and   most   profitable   of   his   iimber,   he  is   ie..dy   to   "moye'J���Ih.ft  is,   to  sell  his homestead aud take up another.     Bv  the lime he has worked his thit'c yens  and   has,  leceived   his 'deed   fionf  the  OiAoiimciit.  he has  iiiadi-.  a  snug'.sum  will,   ties,   pulp wood   and'logs,   and   is.  willing to sell tor ii song in order tjiat  h��' maj   begin   all   over  again.     These  "cut off" homesteads aie still coycred'  with   spinH' forest   tinjbei,   ftnd   in   the  Htates VMioid   he considered  very  vain  able.    Ten  vears from  now,  wlsen   Can  adian timber w-ill bo woith four or''five  times   ivhat   il   isrhow, 'these  "waste"  lionii*stail>  vvill  be  worth  fortunes.     In  the inin.eiise arc is of rocky and  untill  able countiv   along the noi tli  shore  of  iSuperioi these second-el'.ss timber lands  can  he picked  up at, fiom  two lo  four  dollars an aciej and  so confident is the  wiiter of then* fufcii. c values that he has  ���llready   invested    in    fifteen    hundred  icret   of  them? and   tin*' writer,   bo   it  sive  one, it  is not  diflicult  to  see  the  oppoituuities   which   this   new  industry  ofleW.    The tvviup  }>roblcm is one that  has been made a national issue, and as  a   man in  Calgaiy lecently said  to me,  "Theie is enough wire and marsh grass  in this countrv   to put thc~bindar-twiiic  t'uist out ot business ;"   'iMnsjnan makes  the'twine  foi   his  own   lo,000  acres  of  grain land, and finds ii quick market f.n  the   rest   of  his   product   among' neigh  boring fjrmeis.    He has now a scheme  under \��aj ior building several factories  (in  good marsh  grass localities.     Marsh  grass will go at least four tons to the  ace.  so that  a  100 acrej, bit of maisli-  will yield  about "220  tons  of twine���a  sufliciJ-nt product to make a factory of  this kind a good money makei.  Along the Atlantic, the Pacific and the  Gulf of Mexico m��lltoun of tons of sea  weed arc cast up by the waves. It is  often lour or fivo feet in dc^th, and in  l-'rancc, wheic .some of it is now being  used, it is,foiiifd tbat',it will gather  bos. whore large stones are rplaced within tide mark on sandy shores., In this  cpuntiy and the United States there is  as'yet little t.nought of putting sea.  weed to use, and yet ir is' one of tl.e  richest and most productive of all  "wastes." One ton will produce eight  pounds of icjdine, large quantities of  chloride of potassium, four to ten  gal  back slowly, he and his���iircniaii keening  a sharp lookout ou both sides. Jl.i  backed up all tlio vva,* to Field without  finding any trace of the lost plow oi  its cmvv. Tt was so astonishing that  Dad went into the telegraph ofl'ue ami  abked if anyone could it'll lui" whethi-i  he rpally had started .ml with ;. snow  plow oi not  With   .-.   volunteer   sc uching paity   in  thc eab, J5ad started up tm* Hill again  in   quest  nf  the  lost  plovi      Xi-iir  the  west porfal  of the  funnel a   voice  was  lieaid.      Tommy   Qorl   was   dismvered  floundering laboiioush  i<p ihe .Hill,  be  wailing   his   hard    uie   with   many   a  picturesque invective     The  snow plow,  Jjc  reported,   was  Ivuig at   tho  liver's  edge three hundred" feet  below.    When  it had left the rails he h.id beeji thrown  out of tho cupola window on to A rock,  from'which   he  iicociielted   to  anothei,  from   which   he   went   hpuui-iiig  down  tho  Hill   iu  a  series  ot  graceful  parabolas .with the snow plow in hot pursuit,  until both landed m a deep drift from  which he had great .lifl.i--.ilty in escap  ing,   ,JSrone   of   the  ,cn-w   was   huii   to  .speak  of,  but  they  nmil-1   all  be  much  obliged  to  any one   v ho  would  kindly  dig them out. -  justi how that snow plow came to  leave the track, ,-fnd how it managed to  disappear without; atli;<ctuig the attention of the engine.*! or fin-man on  the-locomotive'bcliiiKl it is a mystery  that no "one ou the (Canadian P-.cifu-  has ever been able, to solve.      '���,  Moro frequently the dewn tiip ,vvas  tho exciting one in spite ot innumerable  precautions. Three, in four .infoty  switches were ��.ct in the mam line,  which  were'nev or opened uutil tho en  it a rate of -ISO miles an liom, Th  unemotional lecords, however, showed!  tl.at the actual time consumed in covering the eight miles f.o.n Hector to  I-'ield, including a stop below the tunnel was seventeen minute.* Even this  seemed to .rimmy Fuller a feat to be  vaunted, for no engine had ovei. made  the Iii" ujjl in, buch fast time; and, it  may ho added, none has evei, done if  since, for the uveiage onginpei is thankful for the time allowance of ioity-two  mi utiles for  light  engines '  The company, though, did -.ot leei-  proeate .linfiiTy's sent.m-nts. Instead  of being dismissed in the usual way,  .liinmy was discharged hy^wire; and as  .if that action were not quick enough,  the message was marked "rush."  The Lighthouse  My Joseph I'ters Ijuwiph  MARV'siWriLDIXG   sat   upon  ,tho  string piece oi   the wharf, look-  definitely understood, is a "Small capi-'  t'll"   man.     Over   hundreds   of   square  miles east, west and south of Port Arthur,  second  growth   birch,  from  three  to.siv lnphqsui diametei, grow so thick  tlnif  thoy mij'i  from thice to four t^iou-1  sand trees to theftacre.   Birch,is ono of  the haulest and most'valuable of woods  ���being a   competitor  for  flooring'.'    A  lew j ears hence this second-growth, or  ."waste" timber land, -will be the most  valuable land  in Canada, and today it  may be picked up in , mall pieces by thc  small  investor for almost nothing.    If  it were in ,laige blocks, the young man  with a few hundred oi a, few thousand  dollars woulcl have absolutely no chance.  The big timber interests know "what'the  future of this seeon'd growth  is to  be,  and arcquick to sccuie the large tracts,  but  it docs  not  pay them  to  take   on  the smaller pieces.    And each of these  smaller and isolated s'ectionSj and there  are ^thousands  of them, means  a  snug  little foitune to tho  man $Sth a small  amount of monev , ' ,  Ions of volatile oil, tluee or .our gallonsUinCer (-igualoil that he was coming iu  of naptha, ando2;50 to 400 pounds of g00.i oidcr'at a,speed less than eTSlff"  sulphate of ammonia.     Only  about   70   miles, an   hour.     Bv   these   switches   a  per ceut, of tiie total mass is actual  waste, and the remaining 30 per cent,  in each 'ton is worth between $25 and  ���J.40.    The highest value is reachod when  train exceeding tha limit was ,tumcd on  to short lines, tip'the mountain "side,  where, vvrceks could take place without  hindering'traflic, but  the circumstances  it  is  turned  into  gelose.. or   vegetable   of their operation'were not alwavs fore-  isinglass j cPe���_     -.     ' i-   * *    "^    "  Science, the wizard ot^ the century,  touches with his fairy wand tho black,  viscid coal tar from the' gas retorts, and  from thc 140 pounds of gas-tar in a ton  BREAD FOR AMERICAN TIGHTING  MEN  MRS .IACOII WETMOKI!. wife of a  guide u. tl.e Adiroudacks, is  ' 'credited wilh being the invontoi  of a new broad recipe whieli is tcV he  tried'Jii the United States army ''Its  great, advantage is that it will kocp  indefinitely.    The diri'dtions.  Make a sponge about tluee oi f..u.  o'clock in lhe afternoon by adding a  .fake of^v-east foam (whieli has previously been softened in a little watoi) to' a  batter made,of a tablespoouful of maxh  ed potato am! a pint'of waiei'in which  the potato has been boiled, with" suOI-  cient godd bread floyr stirred in so that  the batter will'drop from the spoon,  uot run as a liquid. Let this pise In a  warm place, after'giving it n good beati  ing, until about nine or ton o'clock at  night'(the lighter it gets.tjio hotter);  then, add a pint ,of lukewarm water, a  lablebj.ooiit'ul   of   salt,  a, tablespoouful J  to  ire  ing pensively over tbo fleet ot  cjatboats aud dories which bobbed about  with the lazy rollers of lie incoming  fide. Air outside the haibor a motoi  boat glided into view fiom around 1 he-  point, and the girl fixed her bright i-jes  upon if with unmistakable,interest.  Vrotn the beach came the sound of a  man whistli-.g. As tl.o whistler i-amo  iin.-ir and paused at the little wharf, tho  girl scowled and loitketl around almost  impatient I_>.r < _  "Hello,'jIary! " said the man" softly,  "What are you doing here all alone/"  ��� "I^m waiting forr Mr. Tient," Kuid  the gul, a bit loftily. "lle[s going: to  take mc out in his launch." How  you, Frank*"'' ' l  "Oh, I'm all light," sighed fix* tiuui;  " 'eept I don't sfce you vory mut-h now,  Alary. ' Since you got in with '.svy;e!I so.  ciety, vou don't hav(; time for your old  friends, do you?'',  '' Vou 'ie jealous,'' she said, with nujj  indignation. "It seems to bother you  all to".s(*(; me having a good timii." "  " Tain't .that, Mary," he protested  sobeily. "You kiic-. v I 'd rut her "bee ytm  hai-ing a" good time than anything t-No  I know* of,. Bul .you're going to be  mighty lonebomo wlicii nil thebe city  people go back. They'll ajl be thrpugh  Willi you then, and it"'!! bo' mighty, haul  for you to{(como down to our way ��>'  living agaiu.*/  '- 7M> friends won't bo through 'with  arte vvlu'u they go hack lo Uie city,'* she  replied a littio 'Crossly, /'Home of thr*m  havo asked me to como and seo th.-m  fhis 'winter.'"  ffifc?^^''-'"   ��� < V        I '       *  ��ou i..  gnion   Ir,   i  fo   V^I*ied   ,Untti  "  ���w at-  "id sill.  mi  id  l')0  1,111,1,  .Sav   --ws,'  M,,rv"     ,lr*J'J mT a  ��� "7^",'  ���"'���l till'  Wm VII *  ' k"l'w In U  me tonight to ,������,.'  well   ai.Kwor  now   '  ougb that you *\.   ..���,  tube mo. but -,,,,1 .;.,,,,   .  while  s.��� 4���",vy-m"i  ^'Letmegor Wpr.,,^*  W-tl,ln, she wonder,., f,t    ��� .  man wore not   ne,,,     ,,   ,lrlu"> ���/ ti,  ready accepted his ^ |d, "ti" '����� "  Por her prcttv f��,.��.  this man offered he  powpr than bee votir  '"'I Mia.  iimri'  sO.CCncy  "ilth itj  In the United States there aie hun  dred.s of ways in winch money is made  in thc" utilization of wastes���most ol  them thus, fai being in the hands of  moneyed men, like millionaire manufacturers;,'packers, steel producers, and so  on. The "poor man's oppoitunities"  have not vet been taken adv antage of.  Today, foi instance,', there is scarcely a  city ot (any size in the United States  where a man with from two ,to five  thousand dolllars at his command could  not set up a by-product factory in waste  fruit that would pa\- him large, dividends on his money. .Each -wholesale*-  dealer, eveiy small stoic man and corner  fruit stand proprietor loses a large percentage of  his  fruit      Each  daj   theie  of   coal   Science   today   makes  aniline  dyes numbering over two thousand distinct bhades.    Of medicines, antiseptics,  hypnotics' and   fever  allaying  preparations   ^t a furnishes  quinine,   antipyrine.  atropine,   morphine,   exalgine, 'so-iuial,  salol, ehloialainide, hypnol^ and a"host  of otheis.   lt furnishes perfumes���holio-  tropme,  cjove,  queen  of  the  meadowsj  cinnamon, bitter almonds, v-anillm, camphor, wintergrcon  and thymol.    It has  given  to the world bellitc anji ipicritc,  ,two   powerful   explosives.     It   supplies  more t].an twenty flavoring extracts; is  thc housekeeper's ally, with benzine and  naptha,    the finsectidcs;    supplies    the  farmei , with  ammbnial  fertilizers,.'and  has 'given to the photographer his two  developers, hydro quiuine and likonogou.  Tt  viclds.paiaflin,   creosote  and  pitch;  mateual for aitificial paving; saccharin,  a r substance   300   times - svyeeter, than  sugar.    Tt gives us lampbliick, material  foi %re^   ink��,  lubricating  oilb,<( varnish,  rosin, almost our entire  supply of am  moiiia,  andiothei   things  whose  name^  vv ould 'fill ;. pag(j . '       _"'   0  Not many years ago, when.a ''beef  w-as killed, 40 per cent. o�� the, au^mal''  was waste. Today nothing is lost,,"but  its dying bipath." The blorfd.is u=ed in  refining sugar aud" sizing paper/or is  manufactured into door knobs and buttons. , The hide goes to the tanner,  horns and hoofs become combs and but  could be collected from them thousands tons: thigh,bones, worth !*S0 a ton, make  ot pounds of decaying fruit, oi fruit so handles for brushes, foielegs go into  near the "danger line" that they would I collar buttons, paiasol handles and  gladly  sell   it   for  practieallv ~ '" "     "  One   day   in   Jauuary,   1909,   for   instance, an engine'coming down the Hill  with only acaboose got beyond'control  just  below'"the first .safety switch.    As  soon'as he realized that his engine was  running away,' the engineci   decided to  get off and walk'; pausing long enough  to yank thc throttle open as he yelled  at his fireman, he let himself fall out of  his  window-;   .The erfgine <was  already  reversing   in   (irder   to   use  the  water-  brakes;   when   steam   was  admitted   to  the cylinders the drivers began ,to spin  unpotcntly   backward,   thus   increasing  their holding powor as the engine shot  down  th'q   mounrain  at   a  speed "which  increased ove"ry instant.   The conductoi  and brakeman lost no,time in following  thc  examnleq, of ,thc  engineer and  fireman by diserubaiking with more celerity 'thai)   dignity.    ,As  everything   had  been done that could be done,, ifc would  have been folly not, to jump. ' '  A_ runaway on a 4.5 per cent.,gTade  can" cover nine-tenths of a mile, thc  distante between safety switches, in a  very,, short1 time. , The switch tender,  seeing ithe, runaway tearing down the  mountain,with,the diivcr��, encircled by  halos of fire, leapt over the bunk and  tied toward the river.-   - " '   y    ,  The] engine broke a way,, from the  caboose"flusfi*above .tlie"switch. Being  light and having its brakes'set to the.  limit of eilectiveui-ss, tlie,caboose slowed down tho instant it was released  from the heavy locomotive. The engine  inn up on the spin to the. very end.  The forward trucks even went off tho  rails a distance of si\ foot before lhe  runaway ca-ne ,to a standstill All this  ] time  the  duviug  wheels  were  turning  a  {���-������*��� -"*"��� wee young iima , "tis  % Krasu, "Of the A ,'rt,l;"',!lJ '��J  rtod.r<$ not tli.nl:. I,! ' J,'f h*'*  "no to conjure ��.(h. a.i./'i,.,''. mf���^  ity  -among   ,|���.   <It    ,��� I"'"<*���**  /ouiide.1 with miipnii ������   ',        "  already assurer].'   ' , " 1|>f  notbing but rocks aiid ^"'l I T*' ���  and faarfcb stormy tl.ro.et, a l,',' C8M'  of   her   lie.'I   c.7      "wuKn a��tll('V(ial  ui ma-kinp'the sponge in'the afternoon^  mix, or, if a mixer is not ufced, knead  with  the hands until when poked rwith  the finger-tip it" seems elastic and'does  not stick to the finger. ' Cpver, aud lot  rise' ovor  night   iu   a   warm   place   (7.1!  degrees,;, and  in the morning turn  out  On, a board and pound with the back" of  an,ax for twenty,piinntes, working in  all  thc  flour you   possibly'can.    Then  roll out about an inch thick with a rolling pin and, cut'into ^squares of about  two inches,  place on  a grea.p,d  baking  sheet, auch ab cookies aro,baked on, and  let rise until neailv- twice tlieir height.  'Bake about half an hour,in atinoder-  ittelyhot  oven,   and Ithen  .leave .in   a  warming oven or about the stove somewhere to dry out thoroughly for a day  or twof   Keep'in a dry plac'e.'aud wlion  wa_ntqd_r to  use iroll   one   over1 once   or  twice   in   cold   water.., drain   carefullv  from one,corner, place on a plnte/nnd in  a short time it will puff up much larger  and ,��eem like freshly,baked bread.  caught in the grating of sewers, are  'gaflieied and tinnsfoiracd into vinegar;  when a stench mav be turnf-d into the  sweetest of perfumes, and vilesmclhng  fusel oil into oil of apples, oil of pears,  aud oil of grapes, it is no wonder that  ���waste" fruit, containing the Teal, instead of thc imitation "oils." should be  valuable. What a large wholesale fuut  merchant has carted away from his bick  door as -'waste" vvoi.ld��paj the salaues  of his emplojees if turned into vinegar,  flavois and "oils," and each of these  by-pioducts would be up to thp highest  standard of the Pine Food regulations.  Decay in*fruit is ���> (lipiiucally harmless  change   .  In another way thp.rp ...e oppoitunities loi small capital in Hie sheep raising districts of Hip United States and  Canada Not many ve.-us ago gold  "wash" was a waste;" today it viplds  a trp.isuie. Tt has been loiuiil now that  when a sheep is washed thp duty watei  which has cleansed the wool is "of con  s.ilt'r.ibk- value, and that it will yield  . "wool fat" fifteen per c<-nl as great  .is the wool on the sheep. Fiom this fat  fi<.e valuable prndu.ls an- secured, used  as the b:>si"t for o.ntmplifs, ^, melius,  and fiber lub.icanfs Tn Pi une this by-  piodui-t is called ' * siiuit,'' and m that  eo'iintrv "sheep' washing'' Ins given  Imtli io an industrt which i�� almost  mil-now a in this cuuntiy although a  met hod  ior e\ti.iiting the f,.t  from flu*  he  goes to thc  mattress  maker     The  mi  digested   tootl   -ii   the   stomachs  of  thc  camp? just below, the engine pulled its  trucks back on the rails, then, under  the full head of steam, rushed backward  1 reshly killed animals, and wluchiti oi.   ()own   tl|���  st ;���,,;�����,   fowan,   lh^  merly   co=t   Chicago   packers   ^0,000   a \ b whj h     ^    loiterinp at thf. ,wl{^,  I���n,r��"      " y    "   nM      !     The,p   WIS   a   "h'ab   one   hundred  liuo paper i U)fl  flftv hnlr ton^ of tt;co_ ,      t  fi   1 4���%irU''.MS a Srcnt<alI1l?0,ltJ' r-'i".   the  helpioss  little caboose.    There was  that today "there is a '^ ���f   "oll^,   cn0'URh of  the cabooS(? ,ottWoi,,ro  vide   souvenirs   for  the   crew     As  for  so very far fiom every hustling, brainy,  ambitious young man in North America"���and many ot these "mines" may  be  found  in  the utilizing'of "wittes ''  'THE BIG  TT       [.loruig  RUNAWAY TRAINS   ON  HILL"  . James Hector was ex-  ng the western slopes of the  Kooky Mountains in British Columbia, he hippcne.l to pass too near  to thc heels oi an .11 tempered cayuse.  The animal, pipb.il.Iy not reali/.ing the  future significance oi* his action, kicked  thc explorer with such vplipmence as to  break three of his i lbs and apparently  kill lum So convinced woie the Indian  guides ol' Doctoi Hector's demise that  thev dug ,. gun e near a mountain toi-  ipnt ami were pi in-ceding to bury hun  when he recovered enough*, to protest  against any undue haste. When at last  Doctoi Hector was able to travel h�� I ellect  investigated   the   course   of   the   stream , wilh  neai    which   his   pii'iiiature   gi'avt-   had  been dug and lout.d tl.e pass to tl.p west i  ft.)   which lip h.itl sought L-nrli'-i   in  the   engine,   it   contrived   to   deiail   'i  tendoi   truck   and   so   to   bring   the   in  cident to a clo-"i-,with minimum delay to  traffic.  To Engineer Jimmy Pidler belongs  the doubtful rccoid of having ridden  a lunawav engine the length ot the  Hill. The raUroad officials evidently  thought thc credit wasn't Jinimv's  Jimiiiv staTtcd down Ihe Big Hill one  summer day a do/en years, ago with a  light engine. He let the engine get  away from him and found himself ap  proaching the first safety switch at  much mon* than the eight miles an hour  pi escribed by,the time-card for lipht  engines. -The. lunawav was alrcadv  ipversed to use .the water brake, so all  that Jimmy could do was to attempt  an emergency application of the ait  biake and give it sand. Having done  this     without    producing    anv     visible  Jimmy   finned   I o   tin-   fireman;  sit-klv   gi ui and sluuiti d  wish  wilei   h,is   now'  b.'cn  patented   in    At\tn   lum  the  Hudson  Bay  pill   a  trail  thc I'nit.-tl States _ lj-cpenineiits hive  shown tint from stvt\ to pigh'v icnt*-'  VMiith of fat t'ui In. sp,.|irei| to nvoiv  h'.ndiid pin.ml uf win! Hi it is washed.  ..ml thit this i in be secured fw.ie ,i  veil Mom Ih,* Mini' slu cj> Afiwt rjf the  grp.il  siIPI.p i,r,,.,],.|s ,{,i  not  she u   their  .ml  notMil-r ...i,'.'l!'iM"'',s' l"lt "" tll(>"' "' I-,L''"'"' biiver--  wh.t I.   will" le A l \',TA'."K   'JPPO.t.in.tv   seekers   would   gn  p ij" .     |in -. ion   '   ui   ,,���,  - '    :...t.'"i .1   nil-nut i-H (        It    |, (>   (  '.oiiilid   tm.        hiindiitl   Mini s  lit Wsp ipi'1  *)     lll'l'.l  fh.it   th  li  ig i/ii '  ���ui    loi'sls    il  i lit  i- | ri tt\  i rom now  w I. 11   11 I  iritiii.ini i��  ���st.ltl's    mil   (  a i    . tun in. ii  -Tm      i Mi *  1   isl    v, ,u    I  "t   tt us   l.t  Hi.     C.i'ini  "t 'Kins I II   |      |   ,  the   tit,   ii,  i inn '   \|  t'hi'wnji.  bun.,-..! ).,'���  , Poi .wi���'���;..  .growing i  stacks,  and    t.Ii  i.'.uK   li..],-.   ,   |,���   >0.,7  \lltl   tin   UIWIlili      lie, ;iWU(    ,,)  ... <l i s   i-   i olliinu   loss H,,i���  "     |tt,|.'i     ���|    t|l(.    |iml,���i  '���ul .   ii" i i.olh   <U dri.ving  si'i'l'l        ���   ii h     nil ]-(,r  , "I It   1        p. Ill  I   SS,      |S     || l|)(.,  ', I" r '    'li-      .��    (htiiiv ui,|s  '' 'u   '  '  '" 'I  Lv   i .rim rs m,  1     I   '   ... I 1       siw       fl ft !><>.,  1   "     i i I i ii     H    inn    j ii,.,.   _,_,  1,1111     '   i'     I .">.    Ol     .    Ill III  .   '' ''I''   'It, t  III       III    S is],  t|  ,;,   ' wi:j,.iv     inillitiii     tons    wi'i-i.  ;���'.-'VP-ii��� \\���jni,'j,,(.c, :u���| ||���, ,.���;isti  '���������  ''_���'' I'U'iiiit^ it, II,,, v.lsf ivl]Cat,  ���, "'.-'">   ��fi.y  a I. lax.,.. wil,h  burn.  -> "t  .iiglil.y Th.v.i.-,|ii,(; of'those  "���.,..*;.|.".*r,   whi,J,|   I,,,  tremendous,  v.'.nl.l    i���.   ,l������l,]P,i    bv  !'"*".ie<i. ii, the Western  -vi'iiiy over the grain  Id  nut. bo ,'i  .si raw  wo;  liynr  f.hc.Pf  w-hicii ,.,|  States,    ^,-iu (,.,.,.,*���  fields' tl... J.|..m.,|  ^' o :7;7 i7f'':J('"�� ^.ho...o .^t.  '(���?.!,.r-     l' ���"���"'r'����-*'."   it.doc.-  (a _'���'.''>'.-    Il.il I,   trnuii   (,���������  tl.e  .soil   unde-  Opporf Ull iii;..;    j',,,.  [i.e ...ill-. .; ������"   :."''   m:,,t.'''C. monev' in  .young ���l!ln v,it|, ,,���,,��� c-apial    ,,.'[),  AAAs iyyAz^A;  '.night lmr.reKH up,,,,  ri   ,.ho,,s,n,j .Ufvvi.  West and wash the��p ��hppp thev would  find them'-pli.s opening up a paving  industry  In only i lev few lilies of Ihe woild  is girbagp made of v Une lodav What  the ' wastes" of the Ainpni in liousp  wife nny be in-ule to vield m ,-is), i,.,^  recently been demonstrated bv- I'ani  Bruct, a German, in London Br.'iel savs  that he started on -1,1,200 IT.' began  b.unuig garbage ,n liige veitu U tvlm  tiers, surrnunded bv sleaie i.if kets and  ti .iio...led the 7" pei cent, oi vvatai in  .garbage. ������ The fatty : sulistaiices Were  tli .-sol veil, a'hil as a result of hie |iroce.ss  he produced a fertilizer which is wovtli  $!���" a ton. So successful were his (irst  operations that, he'[started a small company on a capital'of $10,000, arid last  year this.. $1.0,000 investment- made a  profit of-$lG,000: . The fertilizer question  is ii, big one in the United States today,  and there is a steadily,'increasing d"e-  mand for. it���so grp.-.i: a demand, in  fact, that ;. thousand fortunes might bp  lal.-t-u wut, of .���American cities and towns  each yea r in inanuf.-i'clnred fertilizer and,  still not Ip.ssciii the demand.  Tn many pl'.icc's throughout fhe United  Slates, and especially in the Canadian  .Vorlh-we.st, Uie.re are splendid opportunities, fur the wideawake man to make  money iu the establishment of a now-  kind of twine making factories. Farmers a re now ...,ing a hemp or,jute twine  through, which was followed Ip.iih  later by the Cm.uli.iii Pacific Wailwiy,  I'oitoi llecto. "s i \pencuce with I he  ciyijsc was, however, only -i prelim.n  ai v to nil itlenls ol which - * Fhu I'.ig  Hill," as rail load engineer} know it,  was the scene The glade i-"'.- i.irn-.l  l.cl uPt-i. .'> " an,] |."i per it'll' for .in  eight-mile stretch. Four enguics were  rcij.iiii'd to haul a t.ain up, 'ind on the  w iv down the trainmen walked along  side, to be sine that thc brakes wen-  not. "heating" ni wheels sliding The  verv first train down, writes C U  Carter in "The World's W.uk." ran  aw-av, climbed a curve, and pKi-iged  i i.lo    the    ui ei    below,    and    "if    was  sonic  .rflirit'  tlav    kIipm  i on ot ed    i   veiy   dull  thing   as   original   as   it   was   s<  did  not  happen."  It was heic that I'ngmoei Bail \iups  achieved the Mnli remirk-ible Mil ()f  losing   a   snow plow \nyone   who   has  ever see... a.wing-plow will concede that,  .something, akin to a genius, would be  required tp -lose such an unwieldy  piece of'-property,' for it weighs about  forty tons, is about the size' of a boxcar, and''has wings' that cut a swath  sixteen feet wide through the snowdrifts. ...  Bail started up. the, hill with Tommy  Cod Conger as lo.okput in the cupola of  the snow-plow and lilic usual crew inside  to ��� work tho wings and flanger. He  bow-led along, at the usual speed for a  couple of miles, with the usual clouds  of snow flung back against the ' cab  windows and obscuring the view. ,.He  knew by instj'nc.t. when he reached the  tunnel,- two miles and a quarter from  Field, and there he eased up on the  throttle and the cut-ofr. When he emerged from the ��� tunnel he "dropped  her down" and: opened the throttle, for  the   encounter   with   the   drifts   to   bo  Ilt-K      g.l'  S     M,T       I*IPI,1 '  He rent lied for the whistle lin-i and  sounded lour imperious velps to lnfoim  tl.p sWiteh Icnde. that lie vv anted the  main Juic Fearing that flit; signal  might not be taken seriously, Jimmy  repeated .1 and then gave it a lluril  and .. fourth time. The switch lender  saw lli.i 1 lu- approaching engine was  unmistakably running away, and the  liil.-s warned him ni big, "black faced  tvpe th'tl under suth circumstances he  was to leive the switch set for the spur  'o nap the i una wav Hut heie was a  man clear!v going lo destruction who  wanted tn meet his fate on the main  Imp \s between obeying the niles  ���uul lui...tiring a dying man, the svvitih  tender allowed Jimmy to tdai down lhc  m tin line, sounding a continuous silt  cession of signals (o the np\t swt, li  lender.  MUSIC'S CHARM FOR THE LOWER  ANILiALS  ,  MANY, of'1 tho   forest" folic are  very  fond of mus-ic ,and* seem, to "take  u i     as much pleasure in i|, as wo do  ourselves,     a * young   bluejay   at   one  time bpe,nt two moutns as a guest in my  home.    We all know what^ harsh voices  thp "jays have.  'Bid .my one evor'lioar'  a jay sing a sweet, tuneful little !>ong,  I wonder? asks a writer in the Nashville  Visitor.    While the small jay lived with  me it was my custom to practise singing  foi  half an  hour every morning. l   ,No  sooner had I seated myself nt the piano  and  struck a   few  chords than  "J-.T"  hopped   over   the   doorsill   and   settled  himself on the rnngof a near-by chair.  He listened with "rapt attention, and'  after a few days he tried a bit of song  himself     At   first   J   had, to   stop   and  laugh, his performance was so amusing;  but aitc'i a few- nooks' practise he could  sing    very    sweetly���not    exactly    Untunes he heard, but little ones that ho  made   up   as   he   went" along      If" any  noises   pleased   him   he "began ,to  sing.  A  heavy thunder shower or the whim of  thp <-ewing machine always moved him  to express Ins delight in "song  More than two hundred years ago a  young violinist, Isidore Berthaume, was  obliged to practise on his violin many  hours daily One day ho saw a spider  peeping at hint from" 'its crack in the  wall Soon it ventured forth, and overv  day it grew- a little bolder, drawn irresistibly by the sweet sounds from  Isidore^ fiddle  At last out: day the boy had the great  pleasure of seeing the qpider take its  place on his bow arm. Presently his  step mother, coming into the room and  seeing the spider, killed it with a blow  of her slipper The denth of his pet  was such ,i blow to the boy that Ik?  fell fainting on the floor, and was ill  for three months afterwards  When the great herds of catlle on  the plains become restless th'e cowboys  sing them to sleep, and of tou prevent  a stampede in that way They say that  the steers are especially fond of"Mv  Bonnie,'" " [,orpna," ard "Thc Covv-  b.iv "s   I,', input ''  ������squirrels -m,] mice a.re ardent hmsic  lovers Dr. Conet fells us that one day  while stiolluig in the woods he sail" nn  air frnm an Ttalian opera, and ehwing  to look around ho saw a number of  squirrels all listening with delight to his  song The next time you take a woodland rami)!.' try singing a few songs;  or if ion play n flute or fiddle, play a'  few tunes and see what effect it hi��  upon  vom- lilHe  forest   friends  much time to .consider such .things, you  know."     ""i  *"' '" _  "I've nboiit/given "P." Vrank'said.  "Ton used to' be happy all the time/  and" eaity to please, ^un'til you got vo  bound up -ill pianos ��� and phonographs,  and then automobiles and launches and  things. I gttoss it nin't'any 'tnoro use,  ���Mary. You'd justt -'about "die, living  alonp with me in the lighthouse; an'  that's all t know how to do. I can always keep st, Ijght going and everything  ship shape,, but I couldn 't go to work  an' learn to be a city chap now;'I'd  be lost out of a lighthouse. So tl^re  it is you want a, nice plaeo with 'ail  the. fixings, and hll I'vis got td offer you  .is a whitewashed house on a rock, with  a dory* lo run back lind forth to maiket  with.'"    _       ' > i  -   i      '  .Mary got up off the string-pieco. aud  furtively smoothed-her skirt and pnUed  her fluffy hair. ���    .   -  "Horo's Mr. .TrOnt,'/ she said.  't'I guess that's nijyinswer,'' muttei'-  pd the lighthouse keeper.  ���"Hello!" cried Trent gaily, a.��i tho  boat came alongside^ tho "wharf, and  then" lie looked earelessly at the., other  man.,and said, t",Good morning," a bit  curtly. l   ,        -���    i '  ..'".Morning, sir.'0 said 'tliCj other, and  turned away witb^bowejl lieadt-aud list-  lABK       ���'^i r\ 4 1 J. l.        e f"* .  out her ��rmi, and stVu^ b-JmIk*  less feet, r,  /"That's W, chap' that   ke'pp"   tlie  lighthouse,"isn't it?" asked Trent.' '  ".Yes," said, the girl. .       -   , " *  "Friend oE yours?" he asked'drvlv.  "Known h.m all my life." she *��n-  swered, frowning slightly, "He's a  nuglitysgood mini."        f��  "He m'ust be, ' said Trent. ."Ain.-in  would'have to be pretty good, or a good  deal of a plain,^o hold" down a job like  that year in and year out. Most chaps  would drink themselves tn death the  firbt vear. cooped up on a rock like  that!" *     7  "Are wei going?" asked the girl impatiently.  " 'Course.we're going!" he laughed,  and helped her down info the boat.  Toward evening, after ��tho sun had  gone down, the motor boat returned to  tho whart. ' The man and the girl got  out and stood silent for a moment, looking at the dark bank of clouds along  the horizon. The girl's face, was flush  ed, and she seemed on the' verge of  tears The man was norvous, and ,hcv  frowned (,-is   w-ilh   vexation.  I'There aren't many girls that would  think, twice about Mich a chance," he  grumbled.       "Mind,   I'm   not   holding  .brutal?firmncsa.  while- |H.   kl,w r,  roughly 'again a m] uS,u-,    .Ml(, '* ��  in terror, And looked ���.to th. ,������>'  ing  darkness  for  sonic  hi<����� Tu.  Tlie rain still came dovw, ^-^   I  the sky was black    Not Pv j n ih ^Kr''  TiT5 ',Bhts ��.' th'' ����'���� b2  could be seen '(IuOurI, tho W  gloom.- ,rt - E\.  q^'V!.1.)1.1?.'','1'^knc/t  �����'* '�� ie- ,-w!  tohe felt dlshouored and iiudom-   Tia  man, who seemed like ,o*no icdc"antmi  as sbo strove with him, was �����  nor with his superior strength ind <u:  ning,   Her^-ead swayed backward La.-'  ly;-and us she looked nt the'Mudosr,  figure  of her captor ��. front light *  donly   Hashed   upon   his  face, illumis  ating it but slightly, enough to <h(m in'  a leering mputh ane. glp.-iHiirc hornblt  eyes.   ��� ^ _ ,    (   J  She  turned  her  head quit-kit lo y��  whence <rame  the  light, and Ilea "It1  Started   convulsively   as  slip beheld i.  ).ure white beam of, light piemof Hi  angry, darkness,i like   a ' keen, bnjit  . word penetrating the armor of ctjL- (j  "Sec!    See! "'she cWcl mldi-,, nil*I  out knowing,why. q'     "'   f  Tho^man started u.-rvonslj -tn' ffl,1'!  lowed the gesture or h.*r Inid Hitibu "I  eyes.", >��� * -t    ���> <��� ,  f  ["Alil'f he muttered lioartch. "That"I  is'the, ligbthousol" * I  Sho, gathered-all her strength- asd  froed herself from him .vith ���( nti/  desperate effort.   - ,  <���   -  .��="Yci yes!" she a Inn* it slirnlei��Al  an oc,stasy. o"f relief ami triumph.'1 iU't,\  the , lighthouse! ���,   It's   the l'ght IM  nover fails���that saves si-i,^, .md iw '|  pie, and sometimes souls���.1 '���- faitlisl  nass, and hope,  and'Ion-, ami p*untj;  and  it's stronger  than  all tn-- -.'.oris  and darkness!    It's mv   light, .md irt  mv love- and life!     T''ii" ^-.-.u _.*��� io k'"  She ran out fc.irl.*ss-ii- mlri tl.c heitu;  rath jind .disappfeared ' iu  thc thiktsi  The man stood motiorlps'. in <!.(- <*iolt��  of  the   shack���silent,  thoisli he '-,&'  not why.  samuel Johnson on siMruriED  SPELLING  DK. SAMUEL JOUNSOiV (1703 liSI)  expressed  lumsc'i' i.n thc "UDj��'  of spelling reform in thi- toller  uig  words,   printed   in   the pn-fios ��'  his dictionary: * .  "In...examining lhe nrthocriphj o'  any doubtful word, the mode of "pollm.  by which it is inserted ... the vw>  of the dictionary is to be iiil'-i'lori'd a*>  that to which t'givc, peilnp*. m>i ti/f"  rashly,  thp  picferonc, !���* tbl5'  myself up as a paragon, but I've cotipart "f t,R> "ork- >*l,ort' ''iprl, ! I  all thc things that make a woman han- lo"P wantoned witho.it control, i-w I  py, 1 guess; and it isn'{ cverv woman v.a����l�� sought prii'^a by peltvjclotin' "|  that gets a chance at them."  "You might give mc a little time to  think," pleaded the girl.  ODD   IDEAS  IN  EUROPEAN  NEWSPAPERS  AI-'KUNCH maga/.inc writer, who has  been   looking  into   the  sub.pct  of  Meal,,  newspapers, I lungs that one  of   thi'   most   ipmarkable   of   these   was  The   L-imuiaria, ,published   in   Madrid  The ink  with which  it   wns punier] co-i  , famed a  small  percenlnge of   phosphor  us. si) Mint lhe li-lters were  ��isib|  ~     .     , , l "M- M" "ii "ie loiters were  .iihi. and  Such   fun, Mc   le.U-ra ion   wis   not   (o.the   paper   could   be   re id   .���   the   (wri  .r-   disiegirtled       Tsumbpr   (wo   switil,  | Ne*cf alter this Iip finds ipmarkable fho  1  tender obeved the comiiiaiid. then uiim *  I.Pi tluee did flu- same The lliree pro  louiiill.i istoiiishcd switch tentleis ga/cd  ,ppcn-moiitlu>d'altera trail'of smoke disappearing''in. the'.distance.' The sound  of a vvhistle came faintly up from the  direction.-of the smoke, for Jimmy seemed to have formed the habit.   ' '"  The. fireman's fir.st iinpiil.se had'been  to jump, but the rocks looked hard, and  Jimmy's grin caused' him to. hesitate  until ,hn .had beeonietoo terrified ,to i.et.  The-engine took the sharp curve's- with  a violence that called for the fireman's  undivided attention--to-keep from being  thrown against .the boiler-head and having, his brains knocked out. As for  Jimmy, the grin hat] frozen upon his  face. He sat upon his seat-box staring  straight ahead, working the whistle-  lever .like'an automaton.  Two miles and n quarter from Field  i.s a1 tunnel which marks the bottom of  the steep grade. On emerging from this  tunnol the runaway began to respond to  the efforts that had been made to stop j  . .se m  The  Itpgal, printed with an  ink  guaranteed ntni poisonous on fhin sheets  of   .loi.gl,.,., After  absorbing  all   Mm   j,,,  formation   .-the    shoot,    contained,    one  could   cat   it, thus deriving  from it '���nourishment. for  mind  and  body.  ��� The p���b.  lisl.t*.-   of   ,-i!   new   I'urisian' journal,   J.',u  Mien  .Etre,'-promised   to   all.'subscribers  for   forty   consecutive  years' a. pension  and.free burial.   In Bpite of ttl.e"inducement .subscribers woro  so  few/ that tho  paper died in a month..  Tt. was'followed  shortly .after   by   ��. ��� paper    called  .Mouchqir���the   handkorchio'f.     It  printed  on  paper such  as the so-called  Ja-lianese    napkins   are   inado   or    and  might be unci in cas.*, the reader .oiw.  or lost hi.s liandki-rchiof.    It did not l,is.'  long.    At two difrei-oiit. French  seaside  resorts   newspapers   called, the.   Courier  ties    Baignenr.s    (" Bathor 's   .Courier'-M  and J.a Nn.ade, wore print'odl fm . wnler-  proof paper.    The ind.icemnnt was fhlil  tho bather could tako his paper into |iie  sea will, |,i,n am] read while he enjoyed  Lib bath, ���' ���'  Ta*  was  "Tt ought not to take any time a  nil," he replied gruffly. "I'm goiut  back to the city tonight for a few days,  and T want my answer now. I'm not  used fo wailing for things I want, anv-  way.  '  The girl shook her head and twisted  her  fingers  together desperately.  "Tt's all come so sudden," she said.  "It's only fair to both of us tint f  should take tune to think. I've alwavs  lived right Iipre, vou know, and T never  thought about going away. Think how  Surprised all my old fripnds would be."  "The lighthouse janitor, foi m-  stance," taunted (he  man,  "Don't speak likj that!" she warned  him 'Urnnk has always been a good  iriend  to mp "  "i'.y Joip'" no laughed diHagr.it).  ably. "Perhaps you're in love with  tho honest lighthouse man That would  be'ii lomaiitic life fo. a girl, wouldn't  it? laving ui two whitewashed rooms,  with about is much furniture as n i ul-  binl has; :u,d t.���okiiig the keeper's por-  ndgc fo. Inn, throe hundred and si\lv-  hv��> days in the year. Once in ten vears  you mighl get, sorllp 0I!(. to tomj t])e  amp while y0��� won), llp lo Bostoili to  look in the shop windows and go to Iho  theatre My, i���.t Umt would he living!  And now you're having a bad timp omr  he thought ���t (airing up with mp and  tho best house ,n the eitv, and servants  and dresses, ,���,] jewelry, and horses,  j,u.d '.nfomribiles! '*  "If's going t��� in in and  blow," said  "''���gul  hushili      "fa-t's hurry home."  ���iho   waves   were .already "snapping  about   the   wharf,   anil   the   wind   was  howling   ominously. ' . ���'' ��� '���  ��� "The squall is 'liore,'." said Trent, as  a few big raindrops, fell. "We'd be  soaked before wo could get to your  house.    Come in here." ,  He took hor hand nnd drew hor into  an oystcrman *'s shack at tho sido of the  wharf. Presently tho rain bent upon  Tip. roof and Rwdpli around them in  floods; the wind ��� roared with tho sea,  and made the timbers of the shack and  wharf groan and-creak dismally. Darkness closed about.-thom like' n'suddenly  lowered curtain. :. Tlio girl shivered, not  only bpc-tiiao .she was cold, but from' a  vague dread of tho'man with'whom she  was standing there in a narrow, dark  plii ce. ' '.,.''���''  "Poor" little girl!" said Trent, with  an effort at tenderness.. "You're shale  mg with tho cold," and ho put his inrms  around her and held her close to him.  tio'h, T have endeavored te pruceed with  a scholar's reverence ft>( uiuiiiiu*. in-  a grammarian's regard lo lhe i:-"*"15  of our tongue. I ban ittcinpied ?e*  alterations, and among thoM* ten, ."  haps tho greatest pair is frnm Jw  modern to the ancient prs"ti*"\ in"  hope I may be allowed tu r.'fn.n.'ieii'l to '  those who'se thoughts lui.1 been. P"  haps, employed t(io aiixio'i'l;" c-ii*-\erP��  singularities", not to distiuh ui">i. "f'  row views, or for minute piu'Tit'tv. .".'  orthography of their fsllurs It I'1'  boon asserted that fm tl"' !"' ,0 ?__  known is of more import u.'-i- tl"' ll1  right.  "This reconimenilaM"!   '" ^ A^i  and  uniformity  does  not   prnivi'*l ��"'  an opinion fhn't  parti. .' .r ��� "ii'.i��i"'r  of letters have much inline" nn im"1D  happiness; or that Lruth ." '.' " l";'  eossfully  taught   by  m.��l< - ' ���  "I"'1".'  fanciful and erroneous     I   t'n i."ty  losl   in  lexicography   .-* '" '"r-,'.i    .{  words  (ire   (he1 dnughteis >n   -_.ru'  that   things   arc   Ilu*   -��"-   ���'   ' ,    ,  Linguage   is   onlv   th.      iist.ii"'"    '  science,  aud  words  an   sign*. ��'  ''' '  T   wish,   however,   Ihat   I'.e   ",'*,.r,7,:  might be less apt to d.-t.i*. '"'' "'"  signs  might be permanent  .lit"' '  I   IH*  iift!'  GROWN BY ELECTRICITY     ^  FOU  many vears  ,t   >v .- Hh,"-'! !'.^  plants' required   intorv'jls �� ���  Mom the light,  iu-'   '������ I"''',,. ,1  that (heir grow 11. im- I "li,t '���'",,������ ,,{  but somo years ago Simi.'1*- I'' "  an    e\]ieri'meul    which    di **r ,u  tbeorv      It also showed ih   - ���      .    t!.  elect,ic   light    on    plant    -'" ' "' (,r,m,"  daytiinc.     Sienu.ii.s   pit   '" !.",���.,..���  electric 7 it res   of 'about . live 'j^  candle-power,  in   his   2-','''f"'".1.';7..,r|ey,  of  He  berries,.,'.nd soini* flowermu' j,l,1"'*'njr-.  fnvon'l'1:'  ",Y ,,��� '  able   with   sunlight,   were   >'rm''','_, the  thi* plants without execpf."'"u'   ff,s.  plaiitod"   wheat,    pease,   bcnn-.  oats,   ciiiiliflow-er.   diiri-rcitl   viire'' ���  jwerinir ;"',"I,N  found 'that 'effects  green constituent of all  produced, and that fruit a'.'1  rich in-flavor and IiiN''i<"'*V." ,'.T p|;inl*>  \:,,K,'i,'ti.i''''  ;.sll* 'rl'"  grewn.     He   found   that  liirin.  were subjected to. the' fi.1"1':1;''', lWing  tho winter day and eleclri'*. l''2' . ,(flU.  the night, tho growth was '"".'.. ...Vrlie'-  ed. and the fruit produced at -'��� ^ j-  date. Tho green const il ne'"' ^r). |,i  known ns cTilorophyll, ,,'s "('l7'''''*f-io  the vigorous growth ol" I'1'".', 7 nl��"|{  light reaches a plant a'''lir "A., and  half-grown the leaves I.'"1 *" it lithe plant dies���unless, 0( ''"AeM ,vi"  a plant, grown in the .dark,  havo  whito loaves anyhow. . ��i��Aiw fiMntu. 2**m��j.ul  TUE   MOYIE   LHADElf  The Burying of Lil  ^By  Jane  Andpison)  OU, there' You* Take nfi vou: skv  piece, you saddle coloipd��� " And  Cheese Charley struck the braided  ft irom the Mexican'b bead with the  itt end of his stick  ,\ few debiiltorv chuukles g.eetod this,  t were quickly di owned .11 the rbyth-  c clinking of many spins The men  ie shulHu.ff to line themselves, hat in'must be done  her    attained  swunrf aiound  low   hm   lestlesslv       lie   looked   at   hei  again  caiclc-ssly,   and   h.-i   loot   slipped  ind,   in   t����   rows'ou   e.thoi   edge   ot  (fe sidewalk.    Between the lines walk-  ,1 comelj, middle aged  vviunan, lead  ��g i child.   She bowed to thc njen a.(d  puled;   if   was   a   bweet,'  comfortable  ile  . The Jiuc'b moved togethei as'shc  fcis-ed 0,1.    No one t.pokc of hei  'Mode,  standing  beneath  tin   awning  Jf (he Stag Kal(Min, baic.l  his head as  |id  the  others      II0  had   staged   it  to  funia   from   the   1'iiacho  mines    that  horning, aud in Yuma ho followed suit,  ili.ih experience in t,ho Arizona deserts  {caches   wisdom.     Hwi.pt   in   with   tho  liillawmg surge of muieih and Inungeis,  hit later, he stood at the Stag bar.  Outside;   on   the  sidewalk   two  Mi'-ci  Inns jabbered 1.1 broken Aim-man. 'One  Seld a dusty ..ombroio, "No babe  why  jiijri knock-ofl   hat," hh said, carefully  juating the desecrated braiding.' "'  [ "Damn" tool, you! Don't you babe  Jul t but fen good woman 11. town?  [When they go bv, oil go all hat!"'  Inside, againbt the bur, Oleosa Char  key was talking. He stopped abruptly;  then, "Aye God! a sttangerl When- yon  fcoirte from, Skinny?"   ,  Mode indolently tapped (the jishes  from "'his little Fn-niji ' (igarotte  "Minos," life, replied,, with a slow mo  tion ofliia b6ad to tlio north*- ,  "Pieacho?" iJungthy's bass tones  lucre line the chug of bricks dropped  sltmly uito il"d)*a)p well.     '-     ~y  'So!"    with 7ii   quick   pufl(    oft   the  omokc 1 '  Bill dropped a five on th, bar. "What  |for you/ Mode?" '       !       ���  Thrcc-B.   with   about   Ihroo.i'ouitii  [absinthe." ���    '  Sliding the drink on the lui, the'bar-  lu-ader mumbled, "Fust man/ 'tops one,  icr ordered tThroe S. here, lie was  la. good' old buck-nun. , His name, was  IhniUor." 'The* green, close set c-vca  [sparkled with memories of that' same  tpnesi,   Snirzer,     4- '      ,    '    -.-    '  I ''Havc-jfi young iceberg." Clara?"  |7<engthy y>*as the,first to see thp slender  i-woman   entering   tt.c-   saloon' door,  '"Aw, Lengthy, quit your sputtering,  jt'J..r.i'.s going to have a drink with her  fold fnendoChecso."  'I'll be hanged if she is. Claja, mc  Igirl, trot your little self right down  Ibt-ro ", Billi signalled with (. gracious  [fund.   "What"II you have?"  The woman  folded   h^rc, slender,   pet.  Ifootly kept ..hands on tbe pn|ishe<i, bar  't"hasta water." '  Thc   dregs   oi    the. swig   tu   Cheese  I Charley's  hands7 spilled 'on  his  flannel  ���b.rt   "Shasta water for Clara'    Well.  Itll bo���V   '  "No you w'on't You don't kriow'itj  lliul lal V mighty  sick���"  Tn'- men at thecal, wen- suddenly  SsJerit, one group after another oi the  -;dle-s quieted; nnd the players, in tho  ; rcf- of 'the saloon Mimed tlieir cards  [iace down on', thp �� table, with tbeir  ' n mds over them*        A  "Yes?'",in'the t��l notoncm^ voiecs ot  'he woman, "l>*ie is^n.t as well as .he'  was,' yesterday���pcikaps she'll "die.V  lhc irowsled, 'blondined Miead went  down on the bar and the Shasta water  nppo.I and fell  to the floor      ?r    '"  "There   now���thero   now,   Clara, me  girl '     Bill dropped Jus,big hand on her  Shoulder   "There���there "  '"Only the good die," came from tho  tildes   .  "hut up! (Ji I'll knock every tooth  . oti'vp got in your head down your  lock'" Cheese's heavy stick denied  lhe brass rail "lal s 1 pruttv good  -Til- <      _ ,  "Indeed    she    is'   '     'lhc   newcomer.  was a handsome gnl,   a   littlc-gawky.  ' \wstriel,"   thev    called   I1P1'.   "Small  '*ottlc   please, bartender.''  ("laia raised her head. The tears had  in uie little gulleys 111 the rougp of her  ili.eks "Grace,, sud that lal"���from  Mu* f^ir end ot the bar Mode was look-  "'(* at her __w.ith half closed eyes; sue  met them; a little tromoi shook Tier  taulllcss hands. "Grace said that���"  Her eyes opened wide tis Mode vet  ��"atche"d .her���her face grayed, and her  nd lips���ton red���quivered pitoously  "Yes, Grace said, ! tho woman called  Ostrich went on, "thu Lal*coughed all  thp night, doubling up in bod. and  hitching thit little locket with both  i" r hands, and that maybe she won'.  11st t he day.'" 1  "Hut she's bettei now- _T've just  '-ft 11 up to take hor some fruit, so I do  '7.1011. truly " The speaker wis coming  .'. through the back door, loading from  tie staircase, a slender little thing, pos  ���"ssing no i-nmi- of her own, being call  d   |ust "'.lac s Sweetheart."  "I've got some new songs���.lac sent  hem   from   Tuc-on      Come   on "   Stop  i'.ng over the r 11I of her piano platform,  In* unrolled he,   mu-uc     lie.  vnue  was  *>ry sweet and  high,  rising above  the  'nlucco smoke and the nun muring eon  '���-M.M.in  of the tables  \ttir   the   scootid   song   she  stopped  I'retlv,  ain't,  it?"  she   slid,  fanning  'icrw-lf  quickly   with   hei   handkercliiel  Mid  Poetry   -lie was   1 giv  dink, a l-i'  'Id  I'm t ry "1 oinpi.se*.I it  for nie���for mc  lit-ar  that?     It   was   last-   "  Mode still le.ii.od by the b it    Clitia,  '"i- fiisi'iii iled eves on his I'ac", walked  -.lowly over to him     "How���I don' unit wiuiil���"     I in tinsciouslv    her   voice  nd lowered ,.  little     In her heirl. un  ���-.-.own,   unlelt.   was   a   struggling   little  goodness,   tod i\.  i"  an   instant,   it   bid  Itnvereil into white ll'imo     III r low fed  words   sparkled    in    the    una. customed  'Till, inn"   ol    it  V strange bubtlet 1 of luiue.l, nt Until  "ig, of contempt,  flashed   in  the  min's  Invvcrod  eves     Then, q.uetlv, he raised  'us   head " and    )ool"-d    -it    hei    slowlv,  s.li fitly;   and.   noi   even   remonng   the  ''(r.rette    trom   between    his   lips,  -drugged    his   s],ouldeis    mil   vienl  Hi rough  the swinging ik.i.rs  II  ' Well, tl .1.1.1  it,   mv 1v.11  ,'P'l his hot .forehead. 1 . ..  Clara ��� answered ��� never a; word,. but  ... oispd her foot'-, with its high French  .'seel,'carefully'on tlie. brass rail of her  piano platform.      ,, ���,,   .' .       .'���'...  "I swear I "ve bee" to every, sky-  pilot around.".1.        .  ., "Ui.l you talk- to Waters about it ?'���'  '���lara's voice. 'Sounded thin and. far  way. ,      :   ;    !  , "Yes; he said���" 'Bill'looked at hor;  ais eyes shifted  uneasily to a. sprit  on  Hie vvall near him.    VYes*.    Ho said ,he  ���vould, but back Fast somewhere's  he's  -.-���>( a wjfo; and���" ���  Tho woman's eves suddonly looked  dry a ml glazed.    "And Borodn'?"  "Borodo���-Borodo! Ho's a damn fool!  ">'.id lie was a. Catholic, and sho was 11  "���t(*sttint, else  she. wasn't  nothing at  slowly trom the rail  "Claia. if I was a pre.u hei , \l ,r\  and say something 01 er jioor LiJ���.km"  me if I wouldn't' I h.dii to see her  hutied  without ,1 thing done or run! "'  "Soniothnip will be -dune, something  ' The to.rs trimbl'-d in  glitteung pics She  on hei ji.ano stool ami  loaned her head 011 her hands ''hh me  thin! ; ler um think���".  ' Bill, hqt and tiied,. kept ojie  the uul  "Bill���Jiill, will  vou  do it?  "Do ll .'    Do it?  '^es, Claia  I'll do K  "  "Bill, you know Smt/ci?"  y' lip's 'the one the Catholics���"  '' Yes-; Jic- used to be the J*"allioi  ������he's in Silvei  Bell  get t lum 1 "  Hill staicd .if liei. Her iace looltcd  vpiy old. and hyr f row sled hm seeiuvd  dead  and   diy  "Bill, you wouldn't refuse rue*"  He straightened quickly, * ]|e foigol  all about the hundred miles to be madron horseback; and ,tlie fact llio preacher  might not come. "No,'Clara, me g'ul���  1 vvouldn't. You'10 been��� "  f',"Biil. I'd like to kins you' I would  Hut soiiielioiv today���<"<  "Oh, tl. it-���good by, me l.iss; that's  all right     Good by! " '  Some odds and ends of n.^doin an  garnered 111 these: ,  Mistakes ain't liny sticks, tn dir d lie  11.11' fat pomes dm. din is  Bun. uj) de UN helve d It i.tii'l hold  ..)) de blade  Let de flat iron u.st djt puts .-.it i.ues  hand on  me gul.  i.ei  heie  You haie got to  Mode neared them slowly, and even  more slowly placed the violin.box on  the iv ai 111, new earth He lighted a  cigaiettc- and poised it aloft between,  his fingers. "So '1 .stopped in the  saloon, -ind the baitendl-r, will soon  come heio This he haid wllc-i. lie Ic-aii.'-  ed  that   the  I'adie Siut/ei   was here. "'on de ��lo/<v  Aud delicately blowing the ashc- liom,     Dun "t  fiy  so high  d-.t v*i.u li-,lit  his   cigarette,   he   placed   it   again   be '(.indie -  'tween his lips '   ^Trouble ioilers sin    (s sho s  "See   it1   Good   God'       ciie.l Cheese. I follers a chill,  suddenh.     Bill's   hand,   pointing  down I      Bin-  don'tt.r.ul    a   full   pot  the wluU-'road, quiveied, and ihe laces'     I>(*s hold up yo' end u d.  ol  the five men gievv humble    Winding, de world'11 10JI on  ,1-   te*.  . 1  slowly  up  the   ri/ad   to   the   still   little       Dv  cemetery they  came, a Io*.g. /lf"i'-ag f>J0  , deid  cession      Leading  it   were   two  women'  with   hla/iug  Ion lies   held   ovu    then j  heads     Then   follovied  the   ic^iig.  Ida. k |  coffin, borne 011 six women'ti bh. k clad  shouldeis     Claia and the won. 111 ( illed  Ostrnh were the  two thai   led, stagger  ing  ..   J.ttli*   iii.dei   the   weight  ot   the  heavy box     They were,womei. imicius  tomed   to   Jjiirdens f.nade   only   tor   tire  strength of men uIn the centic* trudg. d  two more, and  bearing the end ui   tln-IV"-  blink draped   collui   vveie   Jai *s  Sweet j     Workui  hedrt arid  Gia.e,  saving nevei a  word   ejt,y-  .ind walking softly in the thu li  >eMov I     1-'rV  dust     Belui.d   them,  a   broken line  ol  s< jittered  dusl.,1. al]  s|lll.  jl.s  iool'JJ  hang oj>  a  ln.iv  man "s tic' foi   lti< k  A tool  '11' his vvavs  Like a donkev   'n ' his id 1  lies like seusi   to g,i/e  .Vnd 'graze  Wil* bird  sHt'll de vviods in ,i  ei  de gyaiden.  That .vie   grow   wist    with   I ibin   aud  soriow  the  following  saiuigs  teacl,  Tionbles  is   vai'able,   eien   bile   tu  vo'  flesh  is wo'th'good  five ddllars to  save in spitiil cases, like thc- Bgyptian  fuiiuu- ri kited ... (.Jc i.csi.s, or that ot I  thc vear 27'2 in Uugland, which a < hrou I  icier thought worth mention, beeausi 1  the sufieieis louiiei , means to kei p _  alive on loots and grass fie. urds evisi 1  of f.-.e fa.iiiucs in I.ngland bc-lwcoii'  the yc-irs }'2.-] and I'l'IS. The follow '  mg is j bsj of t|.e most iiot.lile,  faimues '  I-.".1-! ��� Bi.gl ...d      Caused   bv   tne  f.i.l  ure    ot    the    who it    and    litrlei    crops |  P.ftv   shiploads ul  grain   were import..I  be un and; from   (.eriuanv,   the    pro.eedilig   marks  \ the fir--t atlt'iimt on reiord to deal with  a't.op  iailun-s  111  flie  uiodciii   viai  11KC,���la.glcnd I.re-gulir  seasons  jThis f.j.iiim   bi ought a  proclain.it ion ot  ��� Queen    Kli/abeth  thfit' ionned   the   first  t steji in the r-se ol tilt- Jlritish pom law  termed      "The      .National      Insurance  Ag.'iuisl   Sta-vation ''  H.'',,���J'rance       'I lie  icsuft   ol ���i.op  f.ulliri'  and  depletion   tbr/mgli   �� ir^arc  1771 ���JJengal        ( rop failu.p       The  first grpat Jnd.au 1,-imi'jie of wluili there  is anv   accurate record  The Hands of Esau  Bv   Bin.usjir  Mcivviu  r iu ij \ wt   ji \i-in  X-J    vvilkid   dium   Bier, ker  midst  J/>lfDB\ W hc-u tins _wmi 11 ir began, mv urother  i-trci-r uiivient --outri to figlu ior lus .state "  tin r 11K cwrung as mmtilv is' There vis sonnvtluny almost dWijnl in  __ starccln In] wound pt-rnutted IMslh.r j.cisi llirrv grlvi-Iv ..ltliiied his  lurlough wis iieaily at, an .ud and h,.'he-id, In- 'had learued to ipspeit the  w is gild, (ur though it bad bicu plei- I ''i.e t.-.v " \Jv mother has bee .-mc blind,"  ant (i> In titt I as a hcio in I'.s t uher s j -he vvi-it on -Mm 1^ old, -mil -(u ,_.,'���  house,   the   . ill   irom    the     from     was,1 nut   '.ve   111,11.1   tni-nliis      |  More nun'     More incii''    and  he m...!lmI   mini   in (liirles   ltlld he  Seni   word  Jle  was  to'  Ai'  17S1 3���India     Two seasons 01   poor  do    I'ortiiii p.1',1 h    ain't 1 crops, -itteiitbd  nitbgrejt  mortality    Iu  this   famine   and   that   of   )7!)0,   in"  the  bieaei  ain't jju-rihi' '      j samp count 1 v, vv,is instituted the sy stem  '     Others tre.jt of tin   betlei pan ol cuu    of  Indian "���overuuipnt famine rebel  carnages    trailed    into    the I lt'"''������ , .      17M>.- Bniice.    I'o��r cop' and ove-r  filled    with    women���-women I     ^e  la/iest  man e tr.   m.iki   dp  biggest I I axel ion      If   was  of  the  sufferers thit  with blondinc-d hair and coarsened  Ma    fir<"- , I Mane   Antoinette-  suggested.  'Tt   tliey  tines,  women   with  thick  ic.l hps  and        ^ P��' ride is- bettei '11 a p.mid  walk j have   no   oread,   ivhv   don't   the.V    eat  sivoljen i-yc-s; an.l, ov'ory once iii'.i while,    . A   ,Mllk fcI   s>we��'<   'tatej-- is  tood and, cake?"     This  famine  helped  to  bring  rag  A 1 tall     man.     waifuij.    nidolcnlly,  .fcloucjied   up  to  he.   "Gne  us a  gal; give us a r-ig."  A white- fury blazed unto her face.  She turned on him Slip would h'avc'  given her life to hlriko lum "Give us  a rag''Give us a ,ag! J-'ool���-not, a  piano in u house is to be" touched today! Fool���don't- yon know LiTs  dead ?'*        ,    , ,  '11 Under her bbi/uig wrath the man  grinned sheepishly, aw Inward) v���drew  u|i Ins shoulders with a shifting uneer-  raiply, and gloucl.pcl slowly bach, feeling  ul ,an unintelligent way, "almost ashamed. 1 , , '  In the rear of tho saloon, Jac *s sfr'cot  heart ,wiis' leaning across a  table,   lief  little pointed face very borious.    "But.  Grace, my God. ,111ft it awful?"     '     *  "Awful. It's the mdst uvful thing  in the world." ���,   v  '  "How many men have* tliey asked,  Orsce?" Hhe said the words" hes.tat-  ingly f  "N'carlv everyone 111 t.iwn I think,  dear." Theii voices hail dropped verv  lovv.1 ,. .      "  ,"l)id Lengthy���n  A'Ye* I asked Lengthy myself T,p  looked awfully miserable.." awfully. But  ho diow .himself up slow and*, said,  'Grace, I'd ,do it if 1 could I would.  But up iu the north of the Teiritory  thore-Va little gal-Kind ,1'ni going t'o  marry hei one ot these' fine davs. She's  good, Giac-ic���she wouldw't want me to  be pallbcaier al, at���J*  Jnc's Sweetheart seerned to ' shrink  within herpelf, and her lips wpie���hlue.  "Oh, Grace���Grace! We're, going to  die like this���too." Her words trailed  oif'iuto a hopeless moan. " '  Grace's long, thin hands clenched  "Please God".���hei vrticp trembling  piteously���"please God. I'm going to  throw myself into the river���sonte day  when X get ol,d and tliey won't have ,m1)  any more���tlien���thon~-all the, men that  druik', with tnip 'ind kiss mp���won't re  fuse to hf-Tp. carry my c-ollin���they won 't  need tto���"        '       , ^  ' Jac's Sweetheirt looked a loug tim,p  into the quivering face before her. thon  her httle pointed face dropped helplrss  ly liiio the circle oi li.��rr,.rms SI10 was  alifiid of the river���she'would die���ah,  merciful God, that she had 1101 ���been  born���that tshe could have died before  this misery She sobbed brokenly The  woman called Grace leaned over and  touched her shoulder    "Hpai��� '  A gawky, handsome vvomui camp in  the rear 1I001 iioisilv, sl,p walked over  and s-,t down chimsih between the two  women  "Gills,"���tlie student mi), ol hei  words carried assurance���"girls. I've  boon thinking���' * -        ��  "But did you know���did 1011 know  fh-.f not a nun in* town will help carry  Lil's ooilin ?    J'oor old Lil���' 7  know       But   listen      We'll  huddled dose into lhe corricRof a dark  carnage, was seen some pitiful "Litt!<���  slip oi a gul, hor eyes with nitiittbe  tenor oi it till; again, a great. 10.11 sen 1  ed woman with a i.u-e bJexled and  brutal. Yet today? somehow, tlieic* w ts  a elifreier'ce uiiong then.; an uilaiigible  difference The couse, rouglipiic.i hur  was straggled back 1.1I0 mote u.ipiptcn  tious coifTtu)-; the lo.igt-e,t,tei! < hecks  were sallow and ,-l vague Jear was lt)  their white faces Fear, ami vet a  great bhamc and pity���pity lor them  selv'es and the one who had been  , J,i vvas a,ji humbled group .waiting  thom. The blae k-gaibed^ pupsl stood  at the head ot the neiv giavc Ins head  bared, and on either side of lnm vi ex-  Bill and Bi'iigthy, hats di.ivvn lpw ou  their foreheads. Cheese Charlcv was at  the toot' oi  the grave   '  The pallbeaters knelt in the tresh  turned earth and ^.irc'inlly put the eolbn  on"iho rop^s ^ " *  Tho pi lest laised lus'hands over the  black box -swaying over ihe .giave  '''Oui I'athei--'"'       (     ',  Into thp stillness,' and 1 as from a  great ciista.u 0, 'soft music stulp Jt gobbed beneath the soi vice,' 1 pi unlive,  pleadingo cry  The long bn\ was lowered. .'  Thc music^was1 sweet with naidon,  with love, Willi' iinuers.il, tender'foi-  givei^pss ,ioi all dhose who si... TI11-  two leaders oi the piocession stood ove.  the grave, one at tl.e head ami one ut  the foot,teach holding high above her  head a Inlaying1 tou-li Tho othei women  prejsscd closer, sobbing <=ottl-,, Thev  weie pitilu! 111 their giiof, these shuddering, bl uu faced women, pitiful 111  their uttei hopelessnpss . One would  reach out a trembling hand to touch an  othei; one would whimper alo.ul ,Children beside a mother's eoibn li.tve felt  tbe same thuig< that stirred in the-=e  women's hearts, and have tolel it in the  gestures of the.ij helpless, childish  hands. '      ' '  And always beneath the ccremony  dri fted, the music. > ,  The service over, the priest stood  swaying a little , with latigup, lus  trembling hand pressed'agamst his lips  The pallbearers, tired and fae-h:1 reached tor the shovels But, thrusting them  aside.-, Bill ,giabbcd a _spade Lengthy  reached tor the other, anil under I be  quivering, Wnggling light of the sputtering torches the two of thom filled the  dark guive '    ' ,  Some' te.us dropped on Bill -, hands.  "P001   Lil���"       ' !  Lengthy, da^ed v and enib irr issed.  -topped to brush Ins hand across his  eyes      "She���'  And at the head thev droit*1 e small  cioss The music sobbed 111 the dis  tance then softly it died aiuiy into  the   111 ght  Silence, Mien a few loosened clods  rolled no.silv down the sides ot the new  This  famine  fiio and clo^e���us set all day and roast ' <"' the i'i en. h Kei'olutloi.  ein, and don't need to go, outdo's  I'lfty ve.n work won t j.ut ,1s .iitich  gol' in yoMpocket as dp inuuu'll put in  one half hour of :i summer night'  Tanvui' ain't carryii.', ami it's heap,  easier  work���eles  let   rabbit, Mop  long j failed    in   several  'iiough  in dc-irun to Ink his lurid foot   deaths estimated  III I. I'sll., 1S22, IS.U.^-s., trcl.nd.  C'.usod hi the eiouomic dcqxcssion in  the island th.lt followed the pecce ot  |Mt,,bv high rents, and In   poor crops  is.t-v  -<-Xr,rthwi stem     India  provin. ps,  was,  More men''    and  he u,.,  eager to gt> v.lien- the- bullets vine s,iig  mg  He It id lit 111 one ot the first to an  swer I'residcit Lincoln'* earnest t .11  i..r troops it tins cxp'ritiem or hu-  penou he Ind repnlistid tilt the war  should end lie hail gone iinsiat lied  through seven] battles, J,ut at last, in  a minor >kir-iiisn, a ('on led elate bullet  had plowed th tough lUs shoulder \  month ui Ih. hosjpital at Washingroi.,  sf\ week' it liornt���1 es, he w lv glut  tha) he was vvell enough to go b lc k to  Ills coinji inv '  ��� IVonj -mil* Ji statue eastvv lrd HW'n-  suddeiilv 1 'une to lum a confusion'(.I  cues Surpnsid, he st.ipj.ed to listen  It was not ih,. soi.nd ot cheering, but  seemed like mingled notes 01 terroi and  rage  ",\ hat dots that mem'   ' he mutter  eel, _ ,  Tl.ei,    as   h,,   roalizad   tin     uil|ioit   of  Crops I the  1101  i-OUjOOO  (ud'de dpg��� can/tj ifeh Imi, dat tup  ,   END OF THE GRAND TRUNK  ���    STRIKE '  INftUSTKIAIi war between,thc Orand  Trunk Ji.-uhvay Company and its  employees in tiuin aud v.-ird service  has been bi ought to aiuend through the  intervention of the Canadian Minister!  Ot Labw. The1 .dispute'winch bioiight.  about this stage-of inilustrial war had  .cached an acute'stage-in "March, and  thereupon became the subject of inves ,  ligation'in aicorelance with the Indus  trial'J^ispufes InvestigationtAct Alter  the findings ot the -Board, established  in aicord with that Act, were submitted, there was no furthci action which  the Government,- could ' require either  jvirty to the controversi to take < The  main point before the Board was the  standardization ol the lules and ntes  of wages, so as to bring them to the  same basis as other roads The- Board  ot Investigation aw aided a minimum  mere-asp' of eighteen pi. cent 111 the  pay. but rppqnimended thc immediate  stanelaid.zation of the rules "The Company ostensibly accepted the Board's  award; but it put info efleiit really what  it regarded as an equivalent '10 ��� the  money increase. 111 the rates, ami set  Janu-ny 1, 19J3, as the-date for the*  "immediate'', standardization of the  rules With this thp men weie not unnaturally dissatisfied, and they- struck.  The men weie legally justified'in doing  this, a^ the acceptance of the' award  is not compulsory, but thev were at the  disadvantage ot" appearing outwardly  to reject the awaidt which the Company"  _had outwardly accepted. Theicupoii  thero ensued public inconvenience anil  no little public-siilleiiug Uespite this,  and not at all discouraged by the ap  paTpntly    -fruitless    outcome   "ofJ   three  . , ISM. -Ireland The* guMi famine,  .due to the iailiue oi the pot.to crop,  overpojH.latipri, and high rents This  calairniv stirteelau emigration, that has  redm ed Ireland to (jne-haif its former  population. -        s  lS'il ri -7-Lancnsliirp. The cotton famine- due tn the cessation of the cotton  industry during- the Civil War The  .British governnip.it provided lor the  starving operatives .   ^  Ihfi'i.���India. Short w rops in sqveral  i.rov.ne^es , One and .one- hall million  deaths aie estimated ,  1S70���Persia. Deficient riinfall One  and one half million inhabitants, one-  quarter of the population, are thought  to  have perished ,'  1S77 fi���India and -Clm*. A short  crop, especially in northl-n. China Nine  million .Chinese are' tbmight to have  starved fo death Five ji und red thousand deaths are- estimated in India  1��91 ���Russia Crops failed in eighteen provinces, counting i'7,000,000 inhabitants And was sent from the  United States anil la.ropeau countries  but great niiiubeis perished tbeforp they  (fluid be succored. '  -1S06 1S99-I901 ���India Lo. a! crop  fa.hues, aggravated by poo. transportation The 'government rebel saved  many,  vet  the  n.oitnlity   was  lipaiy  MAGNETIC HANDLING OF HUGE  ' WEICrHTS 1  rrUIK  notevvorthi   results  attained   by  JL the. use of lifting magnets wherever large masses of iron are to  be handled quickly snd readily have al-  lcudy been described, in these columns.  An article by 11 (5 Bairu.gton in The  Ameri&au Expoiter Qshovvs how greatly  this use has extended of late, and gives  an idea ot ,,the cnorrnoua size 'tit the  masbO'j handled Tiy Tiresc" great' eleetio  months  of'investigation,  the  ^Minister, magnets.    Says the  writer:  of Labor, the Hon. AV L Mackenzie  King, continued his cfCoits to bring the  two,jiaities to the disjiute to an miller  standing There are. two laws in Canada under which this dispute might  have boon sub-jeered t<5 governmental 111-  I'oi ,1' id.ng and uuloading rails,  tubes, iniu largo plates it has boon  lound .111 advantage to oj.eratc the mag  nets iu pairs. Ln this manuci twenty  to twenty five rails at .1 time- may be  lilted  while  nested together and  drop  tervention.   Both thescicts piovidefor   pCd in the exact loc'atioh, desired with  Down      the-     sheet     we 11  he  out  Bill mop  rh it  here  'I h 1!  ,: Mode, entering, caught. Clara's eyes  '-or a second. She moved a little; her  perfect, pointed hands touched hor yel-  "Yes,   I  cairv it'"  "We?"  ".Us-"  "Yes.  march���'' i  A light, half fear ami half hope, stolp  into the iace of .Tim's Sweelheirt. and  then she- slipped snfllv* ovei to Clua  "Claia. come 01 ei   he-re."  And the -four ot them sit close io  ���"���ether at the t-ible They whispered to  one another verv softly, and the little  one called Jac 's Sweetheait held tightly  prpssed, between her dry- hands the  warm, moist palm ol Grace Then faces  weie sti.u-g.-lv dead and while, sue fo.  the red rougp spots, (nd -in humbleness,  nbt Without an ..we. hove.ed in the slow  glances that paSspd between thom  An hour later thev vv ilked qu-eth  tluough the siloon to thp swinging  doors and not 1 man lounging al t lui  bar utteipd 'i word -is thev   passed  in  "Sony, il-unii "onv. Skv pilot  T had fo bring y.u,' light on ...it  Y'ou ain't  had   . bit  0' rest  Tl.e old jniest Mu.i.d slowlv. '  is all right.  Bill   '  "Yes, T know Bul tl.u.i'iie. I know  tint afte. ...ling all this blessed u-'v  on tint stiff old horse vou are tired ���'  "If I rode one md 1 hall davs -on  ,ode   1.1st   twice  that,  my   son  One of llio M.-mc ins throw down lus  shovel -'Gran- is dug We l"o It's  nighi "  Bill twisted bis Ii 11 aw l.wardli  *' -snmeliiivi thought ('lira would like  to have the gi in dug up lit rt Down  tluough then*, 111 tin* green tu-es, it  looks tool ind mi. cm see the long  while 10 nl '        ,  -'Who is tint touting down (he ro ul  now. Bill?   '  Bill's     hi.uls    doubled     i'p     sviitllv  -   >n,u   ,1111  f     ishimed    o'   being   he.e '  \ 011   .... t  sonv  vou t 11110'"  Sn'tzer I.i.tl his hand on I hi  U..111..S .11111   i.'issuungly  Lengthy .'uul Cheese stumble,  'loosened " .clods of earth.  Lengthy,������'.' .  ���  '   .  Bill swung around to face tliem. He  felt 11 queer mnisi.lire .'" his eyes. He  felt 1. ��� sudden' desire to shriek aloud, or  do soniplhing womanish. '     , ���        .,.'     .  '-Hi, padre! Thought we would walk  out nnil���''       . ������..,-  "Aw, triifli' >", T''1 was a good gal.  Wanted to' l"'.v .a pair of white gloves  and help !"���'' I"' "'.-, ..u!0��Vt,rU,C-k  ���it *i cltitl with his stick and pulled his  liat' a  little. ','"'"<'  ovcr  his' l,J'es  ttirneil.  Souiething  big aud  choking in  throat  gave away.        l���l  Cheese shifle.l  nervnuslv.      Avv  take mv hide. iC there a... t- Skinny!  An   evi'tlent   relief   was   ni   l..��   vvords.  ���'The darn  blithering; idiot.    Iho blast-  e,T fool has got .1 little, black box-  " .Damme   B-   ''   :u" (  grave  Thc*   c.linages   weie   leaving slowly  'I he  liio toich-be ners stamped out the  lghts   "She  died  with   that locket  u.  her hands���held close."  "Whose  locket?"  '-Didn t you know? Didn't you  know?"���listlosslv , -'it was his pictur'  ���the man tint made her what slip  was '���nnd thev passed on into the  crow d s-  Clira and tin* tall woman called  Ostrich were the last to go They weie  standing silent, close beside the damp  mound "I'm so tired���so tirotl of it  ���ill," Cl.ua moaned, helpli'Ssh, and  aud staggered, liei hands against hei  closed eyes  Mode,   in   the   shadow   of   tlio  trees,  closing his v lohn hov   hoard tho words.  He waited   1 mom.*, t, walked slowlv to  ward hei���stopped and looked at  hor���.  looked at her standing then- with  l.c-i  heid  honed,  ho stepped  forvi.Til;  stop  ped again, his hands un stead v.   Then he  neared  her  and   touched   her    "If  you,  will  permit,  I  will assist   vou     So ''  Slowlv. in tin- white moonlight, the  tluee walked  Irom  tl.o Sileul  cemeteiv  road  ���an 't travel pas '  davs, hut vo"  1 mm go 1  on some  ."An  as  he  Bill's  , c'levil  fiddle!'  SOME QUAINT OLD NEGRO  PROVERBS  Ol.ll   negro   proverbs   are   peculiarly  qu tint  A vv rite-i for Hit- \evi York  Sun recent ly coiitributt tl Ilu* iollowing  1 oiled 1011  Beltci  let   woll tin dene  1/ive, learn   die    ind forget all  Dps so tie tiee fall lies so it he  Haul   Mines   set   111   tie   road  lot   yen.  both  gvvine and  cumin  What's  cumin's  loniin',   up il  in down tie mad   vou  it  You  may   saie   ill  c in '(  sue  1 u ' III.-'  You 1-in turn the si ream iround, but  1011 1 111 'I tw 1st  it  buck  Some sivnifts hue lofere-nee lo tor  tin. supi'isMMoi.s of Hie iace feu in  st in. e  'Tain ( 1.0 good 1.1 kill de ii.inc altei  hi done Ilv nie. tli toot ei de house and  i ill lor 1 1 orpse, uul \\ looker.n mares  don t hitter a\ tie und to de cabin whin  de ole I oiks live 01 Vot.e but . fool'11  hang a horseshoe on do ,111111.1 of a belted  tree,  It is'an old belief that it is 11 death  sign, for. some ' member .'of the family  ���dwelling is ' 1 I.e.' house over 'which a  crane. Hies, uttering his doleful note,  which to the negro ear spells Corpse!  Corpse! Corpse I ���  The whickering mares aro little brown  'birds .known bv that name to tho'plantation hands. 'They are said to fly in  floo.ks,"ai.d to' conic about a, cabin only  when some old dweller i heroin approaches death. At such times they fiy  and whicker aiidarmu'l.caiinot be driven  awav.  ��� A" horseshoe*  hung  on   a   tree is  said  to mnkc.it grow fast and bear fruit.  Of the rapid passage of time vvc have  those:' ,  ' Day's-short as over, time's loug as it  has bee...' '  ���      ,  Day's des a arm long, you can reach  clean across it.  a Board of Investigation.    It hujipened  that   the   intervention   qf   the   Government  was taken 111 accord with tho Industrial    Disputes    investigation    Act  .lust  before tho  strike   was called,  the  President of tl.e Giand Trunk Bailway-  nsked  tho Minister of Labor to invoke  lhe  teii'.s  of   tho  othei   Act  known  as  the Conciliation and  Labor Act, which  also provided  toi   a Committee of ('on  filiation. .Mediation, and  Investigation  Tt was the evident intention ot the nil  way  thus to  postpone  at least  the  be  guuungs ot a  strike     The Minister of  Labor evpkuned  that  action undoi   the  Conciliation  \111d   Labor   Act   did   not  mean the submission of tho question to  arbitrifion, as the E'resident ot the rail  way thought it did, and that, moreover,  it  was  never  contemplated  that,  after  proceedings had  been  taken under one  act, similar pro. codings should be taken  under the othei     Xov erthpjess, the Min  ister  ot  L.iboi   lefened  tho suggestion  of  the   railway-  to   the   repiesenlatives  of   thc   men      Thev  'replied   that   they  had alre-uly oftered to the President of  the   Grand  Trunk   to   have  the   matter  submitted  to the -.1110  arbitrators who  had  settled disputes on  the New York  Central, the Crie   the Lnckaw.unia, ancl  other ra.Iwavb u, the United Statca The  strike   took   pi ue     "With  a   elensp   in  sistpnee that is hard to understand, thp  President of the Grand Trunk rppeafeel  his  suggestion    .bout  action   under  the  Cone ill mon   and   Laboi    Vet,   remarked  upon what he e .lied  the changed atti  tilde- of the Mm ster of Labor, refe-red  to his repeated urging Hint the Govern  ment take act (on to enforce arbitration,  declired   th.it  the  time   for action  had  piiifSPd,    ind   st itptt   tint   it   was   only  ��� necessiry that the road should Inve tin-  protection   to   win. I.    it    was   entitled  Thus   the  proposal   in    the  Government  tint  both sides should  agree to submit;  the mitter to aibitrut .on and abide bv  the results was   ii'i'epted   if tor nome de  lay  by   the   men   and   reiected   by  the  Company     The   M.n.stpi   of Labor hid  to evpl-i.n three tunes to the President  of the raihiav tint there was no po"si  bilitv ol   apply mg the Conciliation and  Labor   \c*t,  ind  that thprp was no wav  oi applvuig the pr.nc.pie of arb.tr .Men  unless both sides agreed  to submit the  matter to   irlnti .Mon -uul abide by tin-  results     As a consequence, however, of  the person il intervention of the Minis  tor  of  Labor   a  settlement was  finallv  effected     The  met.   u cepted  the wages  which  the Compinv  hid  put into effect  as the eq.ui ilerit  of the iwar.I  bv   tlie  Board   -!*,d the C imp inv   igret d te- shift  forward  one year the  elite ol   the "in.  meilnte"  stand lrdtz it.011  of  the   rules I  from   .liniiuv    1,   l''n    to   luiinii    1   j  10]?,   it which  iliM* lhe rates ol   iv u,. s |  will   uls.,   !������   -,i,...l���r,liz.o.l.      ll.us   en.ls.i  a  dispute which  has brought injury, tu j t'"<'t  Canada 'and ���.���involved     both   parties  in'] Ilu  loss.     Tt   is  evident  with   its.-.advanced   legislation, on  out disturbing their ariarigejmont, en  aiding 11'whole car of rails to he loaded  neatly in a few minutes Jt is in such  special uses ot flic- luting magnet that  tin- saving of tune and labor is most  .narked The- gup by simple magnetic  force by saving space occupied by the  old hooks .11.1! chains, enables the mag  net to do work which is impossible ta  the old method, as, for. example, the  close and'accii*-ale piling ol rails and  structural stpel without leli.iii.lling  "The magnet may be u*-*c'<'. ad .an  tagee.iislv in loi.lmg and unloading  large quantities of loose snap, matted  masses of *.cmji ,1011. lithe- chips, and  the like at a profit 111 the handling  whereas the laboi cost undoi the old  method would bo piobibitive The cost  oi handling ireui and steel n limn .*> to  oO cents pel ton according lo the 11.1  turc ol  th<* 1nut011.il.   The use ot lilting  Ins l/row clouded un'vioiislv  There 11,1s tioiible about the drail ui  course, riimis.uids had been ange-er] In  the pio-tpect ut enioice.l army sen ice  He h���d knovin mat the draft officers  were ,not expecting an easy time oi it  though���siuely there could be no serious  outbreak' '     \  But the upioai was growing loudei  Harry started rapidly eastward. Ir  ,tl.��'r|-i was tiat.ble-, he"miglit be needed  All ,ti onip, around ,f cei.uei 1 little  distance ahead, came a .nan running at  toj> 'speed���head down, elbows working  lie wore a uniform, his buttqns flashed  as he passpu undoi  a street i.unp.      ,1  lie rated on for^a bundled teet, stopped to listen, and continued more slowly* toward Harry ,   1       <        '  "They're noting' "<  ho exclaimed. ie-  cognizing  Uariy's  uniform    and stand  ing still,"    "J'in a draft-oihe-c,!.    I tried  to join the otheis; but thev headed  mc  off. and J had \o run." tt.   '  Befoio Hairy c'ould icplv, a stiaggling  mob ot men and buv s burst around the  cornei. and, nit], triumphant yells. _-amp  toward them _ They c irr'.ed sticks One  of them jiauspd ten J.1111I a brickbat,  which bounded along, the sidewalk past  the two boldicis. Without a word, the  stranger,' turned ami again ran for lus  life.  Jfanv hesitated. Jle did not like to  run but he knew that he could not  handie that mob alone. Thev were coming last, shouting 111 their frenz.v, and  they would await no word from him be  f&ro striking him down     llarrv ran  Back along Bleeckei btieet lip meed  The draft ofheei, well ahead, looked,  over his shoulelei and cried out some 111*-  distiuct sfentencs, but at the first cornei  Harry wheeled southward, though the  othei kept straight on He had, thought  thus to divide their pursuers Glancing  back, he^ s-uv that, while most of^ the  rioters had followed tho. elraffofiteer. a  dozen men had detached themstlvcs  llany naV not In c-oiiiritiriirfoi' a long  race Two months of- invalidism had  made hun soft But he phuif-ed on into  the mares of Greenwich Vilage. turning,'  twisting, not,noting the streots'he took.  Once' ho passed a man wjio, appaientlv  supposing that the fugitive was a thiol,  v.unlv- tried to gnj. lum      1  Tm mug with a  final  burst ,of speed  into  a   quiet   block,   ho   stumbled   with  f.untnpss, and realized that he t ould run  no ta.tl.er     The red buck housi s, with  their white stone fieuigs    it !,_s right  seemed   to   piss   him   more   aid   more  .slowly    Knbwing that vv ichui ,u\ iu-t nit  lus puisu8rs would loiirid the t orner be  hind  lum.  he turned  to the nearest e-u  nance���plunged ^ up    the    low   stops���  throw hunselt   lirauist the duoi  To his astonishment thc door gave  \\ ith a hopotul 1 xcl-unation, he* pushed  it wider open slipped within, and closed  it behind Inn, His fmgeis felt for the  bolt -  U  Tt vvas daik 111 the hall l.eunng  against the door, Uarry listened to hear  the rioters p iss Wlic-n thev had gone  by- he would slip out again and m ike  his  11 iv  homeward  \.   hand   touched    In-*,   lire is,,    md   a  magnets  nits  down  this  cost   .bout yo j voi.'e wheeled  percent.    Othei inte.o, tmg speual uses'      "Ihuikdod   vou  have come'  aie   in   h nulling   uon    md   steel   gortds        Leloret he could collect  his  fmilt.es,  slender aims vpie about Lis  net k���soft  jiackcd   111   cases  and   barrels���such   as  Uegs   ol    nails   ���  notw ithst uuling   the  wood    bet ween    the    magnet    ind    Hie  n-clil  to be lilted, .in extrt  margin of  oloctui   poviei   being  jtiovulecl  tn ni ike  up for th.v absenee ot direct contact  be  twoen   the  magi.et polps  and   the   load,  111   'i-ind'nig   finished   mailuncii    wl.eie-  liijuiy    would   result    trom   the-  contact  of hooks   md chains    ut shipbuilding -is  1  support   tor  dulls,   riveters,   md   the  like on  the plales being 111 ie l.n.ed. tin*  magnet being 'uatle pan of the tool -ind  serving to hold I In   lifte.  l.ruilv   ig.iust  the  plate  iliuii'g thc*  opir.itum.   1.1  s il  vigo   work,   when*   the   i.ugo   11.   H.p  w ret k   consists   1*1   11  ichuu'iv    or   other  goods  ol   iron   01   siecl    and  the tu.renl  is to.1 stioi.g or the' deptlt  nl   1* iter too  great foi din-is to work ou ihe bottom  in Hit   vi oik i.t   '.ri-iku.g up old 1 istings  tor   remelt.ng;   lor   haiulliiig   m ign.'t..  11011 on- at  tin- 11.11.es, ami   im ovtr.u t  !  ing scrap 11011   tnyn  goltl  on- b. lure the'  lattci goes into thi  cri.sliet 1  ..*  0 isped  Tin n.  inswi 1,   sh.  slid  Vot    ilomT  Slu  \c vv   ^ eij k  is  loeieile   11jotl.11   lii-Old  in   skisi 1 ipiug   luiildiugs       1*1 ins   hivi  been     ipprovetl     101     .1    new    hotel    in  Herald  Squue  whiih  will eiwt  410,()0u  (It'll   lo   en..        I lu    hotel   n   to  he   one  ut   twei.tv tvo   siiun-,    uul   its   height  will ex. ei tl ih it ol   un   ilie.ulv  st induii:  ui   the   1 ttv     .ml   will   lonseqtientlv   en  Mile  .1   lo  link   is  tin    highest   hotel   ...  thc-  ivo.lil       vt   imse.it   -New   York   pos  vi 77i 7    th.      I'la/a     Until    ul    eighti 1 11  stones    whuli   is   pist    in   null   slmrt   of  '2~2 tt. t   ...  height  \    must    iiiti-11 sling   1 ml. il iking   his  lninrlv    ni 1 n   1 oiiiplelt il   .11   I'i tun irk���  flu   lui.Id.1.^ ot    1  vi-ssil  in.uli II, il  ujiiin  1 In    Inn s   1 f    No ill s    \i\    is   di si rilied  in   (.. 111 sis.      I'd     vt ss( 1     is   1 ��� 11111    is    ,11  long. ���������"i. feet, wide; ami ."��� feet  deep;  .iie.is.ii'empiits'  lining  oiii.'-tentli   of  that c'veu   C'anacla. ! tlioSe given in-the' Bible. . When hnii.ch-  legislatioii    on    the' | ed .the -ship  pruve'il  verv  seaworthy.,-  i.l.l  s'u'bject- of industrial disputes, has  yet' succeeded in banishing- from  ettistrv tho evils- of warfare.  not.  W"  THE GREAT FAMINES OF HISTORY  \'R, pes! ile.ice. aud famine-- have  long bee., ra.iiied together as the  ��� sp.oiir<ros of liiaiikii.d. Until a  Coni|iarative!,v- recent''day, famine' held  its own''with'the other two'in even advanced   countries.  . When crops now fail in India or Uus-  siu, the '1'iuniiy is fought with .grain  shipped from America und Australia.  Modern famines v.re more widely hoard  of, but those of former times must, not  be supposed to have been less terrible.  Thoy were* too common to bo chronicled  In preparing human hair I'm- salt' it  is lirsI assorted, combed.'and washed jle  boiling water, to which ���has boon /added  a weak solution of soda ill* ammonia,  and thon assorted as to colors. Tin-  short hairs nre. wound around little glass  bars place*'.! in a coke-heated kiln five or.  six days, when tliey are ready* for sale  as "curls."  Johnson, the victorious black champion, has deposited $1 BO.OUO of his winnings in a bank, at Chicago, an.l after  buying his mot her a. motor-car sent  gifts of from ^"."O tu $7u0 to eight men  who befriended him at Galveston years  ago. One received $."00 for saving him  from drowning when a boy, and to another who taught him boxing, Johnson  sent $750. '��� ���   ,     ���  lips    were    pressed    agtiust    his  chock  Then,  is  quuklv    a   sm ill   hand  found  h.s and led lum gentle tluough the cl 11 k  ness  "ll was bettei to hue no lights ,it  the f*out of the house ' tl.e vouc went  on "X hue watched tor three n.glus  ���ever  since  vou-   letter came*.  '  His guide opened the dooi. ind the  xe-llovi lam,-light ol 1 . o/y soling room  made all plain He stood'.il the thresh  old and lot.ked down into 1 he eves ot a  girl ^ho iv is sloudoi ami cluk with  cheeks like* the pet lis of tie,inn loses  At the fust glimpse cf his taie sin  tell b u-l, uul sj ired with feu an.i  horror Ife. h uul pitetuisli sm.1_r.1t .,, .  be .t mg heart  '' \\ ho ar.   vou .''  is    he   iv.s   alioul    tt  ...   sii itt   vi 11 inn,,'  must  nut he ir'  II 1111   -i.nli d   goiith  ���' 1    un     1.1 ri    I   11 tghteued   1, 1  vi 1-tspei. d     '   Listen'  fn    I In    s| 1 lim d    sileiu 1*    thev  heir 1 lie miiuuI oi  running feet  without  -  Tin'   iiottrs   viern   alter    uu 1 v.  pi ....ed   Hun       " 1 hei   trick   nn   Im    1  ill ill ollin r      I i ou'd  run  no I uther   -a  1 tin nt.I in   it vnui door     1 um Lioutcii  int   lltriv   Louden, home un  furlough  The  gnl   showed   her   lelu I  "Then vol. tlo not  bring���bad news  sin   sud      " You know   nothing  "I   did   iinf   ei, 1.   nolici1-   iih.t   slieit  this   house   is   ,in        hi    ivpli.iit.l        -l  hive no nie .   iv lien    I    ....  I'lie   gnl   sight tl  *i nu w .11 go ..11 iv quii tli.      she s ml  'I  II   do   vvhittier   vou   111 li   nn    to  he   uisu i led  tint    moment     1   tu mulo.is   voui  through,, a   hall opt.,   tluoi   a I.   the  uf  the   room.  '-.Elsie.',' il called.." why ilu ,you keep  him  from uie?.,, Charles, mv sun!"  ������The   girl  'glided   swiftly-   to  the   half-  open door.   .Harry heard her say:  ''Patience, mother. We don't know  that. In- was not followed. Wo must  watch the stieel  :i  few moments."  She came back- to Harry. Lightly  touching, his sleeve, she.- pushed hi, .  gently out of, the darkened . hall, .���ini'l,  following,   drew   the   door   nearly   sliul.  do  \t  t .ti.it  back  man .get]   to  g< I   v. uul  tu (It irles,  buk  Ihat  he  v.oulei  come  have M-pii  hire three  nights ago  \ spy '   * evelaimcc! ILnv  Well''     she demanded     "IL   ivunlil  not .min- lieii.ac a  spy, iint  to s,(   )Ms  dying inuthei  "~ ' ,,  H in-y  w,ib silent, '  "I know "' tho gul lontuiueil. "that,  sonic thing has kept him Mom coming,  and mv inutile r is feieicd to rseo him.  ^-he Iris heard tiv, whispenn^. together  J it n,* not nil hei the tiiilli, \\TlI v.,11  -'oh,  tlo  1011   1'inleistand'"  She broke tioiiti, and shook wuli'si.b.s  If'.iry 1 aught hei hand ni his own  "J'uu'L c'ri, ' he whispered "I nn  dersf.u.d     Lei me go ui to hei    '  ."she- looked up at'lum with sm h switt  sill! bc'iutiful i<n fh,it his uvvn heail.  leaped  "You are  -ibuut   h.s  size,", she  slid,   v  -  and   coin    ii (u��� ' ' .  She- led the, viai tthough the sitti���j,.  room and oj.eneil the docu -to the 100111  in the real. A tiny lamp illuminated c  tjic aged mother's bedclia/iibei She  was propped op with pillows m he. bed,  and hei gaunt hind was extended eager  llari.,   louiit-d inquliuiglv  at  the girl    ,  She  hurried to the  bed, and  s-ut]   m a  low vo.i e ',      ' *    '   ,  "Ch'iries m hpip He must'j *t'spt ak  above a  wlusjioi., mother "  At the old woman's strangiecl, happv  c-iy, Hairy kneeled beside the bed'ami  pressed the* groping hand to his tuco.  ���' My son' My son J'' she cr.ed, di aw -  ing lus head to.l.ei aged breast. -'Oh,'  if J could see you'   ' ;,  Hush' "^cautioned   the  girl    . ,  But speak lo me, Charles," said the  old woman     "Spc'ak to mc" ���  Harry  gulped down his emotions  'Mother''   Jic- w luspered. "Mother'" ���  She- ran her lingers over lus tac,e aha  lightly touched  his curling hair y ,__  "lLovi'-yoti   haVe   grown   these   three'  y. us,  nli   curly   headed  boy.    But, oh)  n" I could see you' "    She hold hun close  igain.   "Fight fo, thoSouth, my son," '"  sj.ci  said ���"  - " (,1  The kiss he placed on her hand seem  .1  to sitisl v.her    'She sighed' conrent-  dly '     .  n-Xow I can die- hap'py," she sain  Harij,. w-ts crying, but he- felt 110  shame m lus te.us He scarcely Jier.rd  the sobs ot the girl. In e.irefuKvvh.s  pors he answered the mother's ones  tions. rcaSbiiTUig her as to his own Sate  tv, piinusing hot that he,, would como  aiiothn  time if fie could. '  \'i  IW  lhe  gul   broke   11.':  "Mother," she said, "we must let  hun go     Ile has his woik  to do " ,  '' Yes/you  have   voui   work  to do,"  fhejolcl  woman  answered   finely'     For  the  lisf   tune she gathered   him"-111  her  aims, as she whispered     "May tfie God,  ot   oui4-,fatheis bless you, myison, and^  make  vou  strong tor the  right!"  Harry l.is'sed her withered check and  in siljute followed the girl tiom the  room 1 r,   1  ur '     ,,  W hen thftv- were again in the darken *  p.l' hill, thu girl smiled through "her  teai-s        ,,  7   "I can't thank you," she said  "There  is no nppd," he irpplied  "But there is one more favoi," she-  went  or.      "You   must   not   know   who  ne are   '       ' '      ,  lie nodded '  '��� Vud since you did not notice what  street the house is on, you will let me  blind fold you and load you   iw ay "  'J will." he r.-jiiied quietly, "on one  oiiditiyn       When   you   can,"when   the  vv.11   is onde-d   ion w'lll unto me and |pr  mp  eofue to  s0e you    ' _  " I will      she promised l  He bent while she tied hoi own sweet-  smclJiiig   handkerchief   01 er   on,   eyes,  then waited till she went toi a wrap.  "My name, ' lie repeated, as she led  linn to the door, "is Harry Loudon My  address is���" He ga-t it -'You will  not forgot?'  ��� * I will not torget.'  i.ently she led htm down thp street,  turning at the corner and soon turning  again, and again Ue made no eflort  tb remember fke directions they were  laking Aftei a time he 11 is aware of  a contused muse somewhere ahe id The  girl  stopped  'Do not speak," she said ' fhov  are coining f will manage *  '���I trust you," he answered  Tin* clamor came uea.ei It resolved  l^selt into uncouth cries md curses  Harry telt that men were close; then  he was aware of a sudden silence, and  lie heard the gill's unit'  "Would vou hurt a blind man?  Uncertain    inutteruigs���the   Sound   of  retteating   steps  "Thev   ire gone     ihe girl explained,  and her light tout I. impelled him on  At last sho stopped again.  -T   must   leave  you   lure.      she  ��utl,  W nt while vou  mic'ht count  hftv   be  tore   von   remove  the   'und ige  ������ \111l you will net torget' 'i. >is|,-  od  " I   will  nut   lorget  Her li uul pressed his lor 111 uistuit  Then he knew tint he wis ilone Ho  wilted a lull minute A\ hon lip lifted  the h 1 silken hit I he 1 is standing 1'  the t orin r close -u bis t 1 Lln r s house  But In lure lu sit ppe.l uu, lu toldt .illicit tinli h inilkeit hit !, uul k s-i d it. uul  thrust  it  into  h.s lire tst  (In. du. 1 iiii.nr h .Iter pi u e hail  been (let 1 ired. M i-jo. Ilairv Louden  found .11 his nnil in tnvtiopi uitlrossed  to him .11 a won. in s html He tore it.  opt 11 \\ it Inn w is 1 t.'l li .1 sht 1 ���, 11 hu h.  Iiuit-  tut nli    '   11 tin,    uul   ill   uldrt'ss      .V  mi sti 11 om iiuglii li t v 1 s ml  li 111 v sn iu In d ti|i his h it i|id d  trom the housi  I Nn '       in    vv lnspi ii .!   (in t ulii  but-  rte.l  A  COLIlEGE  LIMERICK  II..       I    . VV..S .111      ,    .ll., 1,1.1      . , I.  .IIIII l I        lit      !  Who .beard a  I pud snoring, at  which  '    Shi' ttioli niv'.h.ei- hat  Xn\\ fui) in I that a 'rut''    *'.,    ,  Tlad   fallen asleep at the switch'  1. an.  in 'trouble,"  she  said.   ." Yun  see.j'i   kind.     Oh,   if   yon   ivujl'.l   help!''  "Twill do anything, fur. you,'' he ro-  ��� imply that she had to believe  plied,  him.  Yet ������ she ' hesitated. Her bend was  be'iit, mid she seemed to be groi'iing for  a decision:- At last she raisedher face  aiid looked, at  him  frankly. ���  "We are Virginians.'* she said,  ''though wc have lived here six years.  I tiler  I rain in;  purposf  ���lotion  esting -details  a-s  r   .greylitiiiiuls     i'  s   wpiv' given   at  iu   r.urli.-.ni.    ( !���:.'!  i.i the (.-osl: of  ' competitive  county court'  i     .\   trainer  saul a grevhuiii'.d in l.raihing c.oi|;I.I not  bo ke-p'l fiir.l'.'.-s ll'iin 'f-.ylli'a week, as  it had In bo t'e-d on legs* of iH'.UTon,  fresh   eggs,   :u..l   chiuiipagun..  , I'eiiiisylv.-iuia is a large State, with,  plenty of mountain territory, and it is  deolriroil by the Slate Game Conimiss.ion  that the niunber. of bears killed there in  recent years luis surpassed that of tln-  devr. During. Inst season belwee.i six  and .seven huudrcd bears were killed.  i  ���<Wi  ?i  sir-  -h  V  J  i'  F     '   '  'I1  '  1 r 1  I'M  m  c'f A ���  l'J  ��������)?�� \  ��������'? A'  i{A v  F!1'  inn  M-m !  I; [���)'���? ���  ir''-' '  ;[''     '  ml  h *i  M1:  7, uj  x,iiu:y.i.y ft;  �����*i  . v  BV/- ���    .  ir  < '\U   -  - .1.  s,    i           .  :{���  v ���;-..  ,  >'T  S.  t��Ksc. "      '  j*  2 OYSW  v>y  ,*  ��  v.  ���ST.HE .LEADER, -HOTTE. BJUTrSII COLTOf BIA".  fBS'IOIJE UADEB. |not  nsi"e more ��� .��*������'  ^-���--= ���-T--^���^^-^^ their  engines,   for  f.iblishedia themteresi of the peopislnot patrolling- after trains and  Of Movie unci  W..ci-  *.'�����. '.''. '        r.. _.   '     .   i '.''..  of Moyie and East, JCooteiiay.  0/w H'caw  (        >. ...  bUnSC.-II'Til-iv,-  -    -  -   '#3.00  for not keeping their right." of  way cleared. Tlie resolution  was telegraphed to the minister of Jands asking , him to  take immediate steps to liave  this condition of ' affairs  remedied.  At the Churches.  CATHOLIC 'CliURCIf  .There will be the regular morning and evening services next  Sunday. Morning service atl 0  o'clock!    Benediction at 7;30 p. tu.  fLEV. JTATPER TAVERNIER,  (Priest/  METHODIST   CHUltcil  Morning service at 11 arm.    Sun-  VHIDAY, SEPTEMBER ���>   io'io   Ir"CWKWftT?3^^ day   Schoo,�� 3  P" m'    E^ning set-  ...    ,,    .?���  LJW-\$ CHI.MOOKERS 5 viae. 7:30 p.  m.'    A  hearty   ^el  l��-V . . . - '    - $ come extended   to all.  Time yon were looking   up  ���that last winter's overcoat.  ���ee���s$e$ff&���6seg��&9a'Sdsaae-e��-'S-  \t  '        CHI.MOOKERS J  | >*t?3>i^$*=s3.SS595.9^33aa6������;60  1 (Jjpokc'sinuu-Revieiv.)  ' The  small    boy is   happy. |  He is again with   his, beloved  school,'teacher.  A woman is known by tho hus-  ,band she keeps.  .a -       <���  REV. S..COOX.  ,(ras.toi)  No Man is Stronger  Than His Stomach  A strong man is strong all over. No man can be  Btroog who is suffering from weak stomach with its  consequent indigestion, or froir some other disease  of the stomach and its associated organs, which im-  . pairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach  is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition  contained in food, which is the source of all physical  strength. When a man "doesn't feel just,right,"  when he doesn't  sleep well, has   an   uncomfortable ' *  feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. - c  Such  a  man "should  use   Dr.   Pierce's   Golden Medical  Discovery,   it cures  diseases  of tho stomach and  other  organs of, digestion ond nutrition.   Jt enriches the blood,  invigorates  the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes '  the nerves, and so GIVES HEZkLTH HAD STRENGTH TO  '  THE WHOLE CODf. X ; *       ,  ,  You can't afford, to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for'this nonalcoholic medicine or known composition, not1 even though the urgent dealer'  May thereby make a Jtfle bigger profit.  , Ingredients printed on wrapper.  % We Make a Point  of .alwavs telling tlie truth and  of giving u reason   why   when  'asked to  whv  There's "a reason"  L  yy Soft Drinks Bottled  i$jf'      are suPCr>oc .to ' most' others  <|>  '    'WJl>'?,   Jt'* because   we   linow '  ��� Ij   ���  ihe a^ of liOW to hohle - _  JKSoda and Other Drinks    ���   -    /V  so that tliey  retain  their  life  ,aud freshness. >    '  PiiH.snyrtiKjAjv   uiiuhoh. .    Morning Service llji.  in. Sun-  i.,.,,,,,    ,.,,       . ".'   ^       . (day school and Bible class   at '10  caf, ��gu   " n*��' gOM* Ha' m' * Evening Service at 7:30  p.'  cause most gold doesn't glitter/     L     A, hearty wel^me to all.  .   (      .      Women would not- be SO  cross   ' ' REV' ��" A' ��� *JACKNEY. B. A.  '���Vain regrets ^vill not   bring ��&>ut their husbands'.staying out  r ' " '    ��� L , (Pastor) t,  East Kootenay Botting  -f  Moyie Hotel  -'back the summer  wac-es ' that  ' A-\       , , " '-   u, 'r * .  are^ dead and "gone.  late if'they only knew who, where  aud when. ,       - .    ,   '  , Under the new rule.* football is  said to,be more, dangerous than  cricket.    'But   perhaps  it  would  METAL   MARKET.  -Bar'silver," 53 cts.  7   ,Now,    you.'bear ''hunters,  ,       * -.. _   - -, ',*���'"-'*���:-';     ���"Jitti   pernap  ,liie hd    on   bruin ', has-,' been   be no more interesting  -..raised, so get  busy  aiid   cut  .loose.' ',.'"'.'.  The Moyie Hire Brigade'' is  ''again 'in "need  of  assistance,'  _and'this assistance should .be  .> .   i.   .-���    * ��. ��� *   '.  -liberal...       .  New YoKit-  Lead $150.  j    Lo.vdo.v���Lead, Jl'12, lls<3d.  (i�� Stock ^auotationsl-;  Probably.the  barbers  in''Wal-] '-   r"nx's,rKD7i'/'��KALE * blwelk "  lace have abandoned  asking ^ cus- J ^"������, -       '       . *W -    **��*  tomers.if they *,vant a singe.  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.  .Thi;? hotel i^uew and well finished.  , Th e   tables ' are   supplied   with the  best the,, market affords. The liar,  - Ls   filled ��� with' the   best "brands  of  liquors and cigars.-,1'       " '  ' */_mHeadquarters 'forTt  ; Commercial. an3"v Mining Men ,'  " .,        '"'\'    ������'"    '   ;���' . '  Moyie'" '- <'-r S,A J- -    B.' C.  , ', Observe Labor Day;, It 'is  "the one jlay in tlie 3*ear set  aside    exclusively    for  those  '���vvho!'toil.  Many,'a man who condoms-grafters would not be safe with a  grafter's 'chance.' *, * "  Ciitolidftteel Smelters  Cu-j. Goldflcliis   ''" ' ',  Norrli star  Society Girl "  CT.OC  4.  0 '  72.00  ,10  25  -There''are three__qu'ick' ways  H<?f ;g;etting , action c for   ydur  'fhoney/'backiug a star,   pk3--  ,- ing the  ponies.* and, startino-'  'a newspaper.      '       7. :  ^ . y��\l ,  were'  drowning,  ^-everybody would >t!ry   to , save  ..you."    Jf< yqu  were lmerely  *' "working.yourself "to death/ no-',  -^ody seems to' care.     '"  " Anxious Jlaneher:'���Have' 'a  Hereford calf that^won't drink.  What do you advise?    '   \  Answer.���Get'him a job  in  the  city.   He'll SpOQ learnl' ,  l  ��� Restrictions Swept  Away.   '  The specific restriction's in dis-  'cipline of tho MethodUt church-of  Canada dealing with the conduct  of its members with regards t,o amusements were swept away at the  session of tho general conference  at.Victoih, and in their place  was substituted a general admonition of good .conduct1 consistent  with Christian life.    "   ���' -     A  Transferred" to Grand Forks  __�� ti ( ,  Rev. Father Choinel,  who  was]  pariah priest at Cranbrook for six  , Certificate of /mpfovements  ,'*���'' '    ".,.    .  '"/���''''."' "''  NOTICE -':":  , Delta Fractioii Mineral.*Claim, situated  in the Fort Steele Mining Diyi"sion-r'of'  East Kootenay,District. .  Where Located: On the East  side  of  Lower Moyie'Lake.       ' ' ,7 <  TAKE, NOTICE, that' I, Sclwyn' G.  Blaylock, F. M. C. Xo. .B?4036, acting  as Agent for the Consolidated Mining &  Smelting,Co., of Canada, Limited, Free  Miners Certificate,No. B24042,', intend,-  sixty daysjrom the date hereof.'.to apply  to the Mining Recorder for Certificate  of Improvement'for the purpose of obtaining Crown-' Grant of the above  claim.    >''���... .  And further'take notice "that, action,  under Seetion 37, must be ''conimeiiced  before the issuance ,of such. Certificate  of Improvement, <���'     �����     '      '"        >. ,  Dated this 1st day of August, "AJ   D'"  1910-;    '     ,      ..-     ...7     "  '��� TIIE^-"  *DESAnr.N*IKlt'fJJKOS.  I'opn.  LIQUOR ACT/1910  (Section 19)  Liir'i;e7 trfimjile- loom in conhoctibii  with .house' for commercial' men. Bee, I  of uoconimod.itio'n. ', 7  7 - *    ' *.     v" '  HeaiiejuarturB, for -Com-. ���  -;'   e  , merci.il and MiiiincMfii.    ,  Quekxs avb     ,\     HI OYIE, B. G  SEND YtfUir.WOBK   TO' THE  ^kootenay; .,/'  ^ ;steam-v: ' ]- ::\  Xaundry.,::  ���   ,   A-, y .'.KELsok^iV';'^ ",;  '- All rWhi|e" L^bor.  !'     '     '     ' Sj    t;    ':      '    "   "'  Laave work with "tHe   local agent  A. B. STEWART  170. O. F.  - i  IVlIcley Lodge So,V,'44,'  " -Meets Tuesday evenings' in tbe  Miiiets' Union  ball.     'Sojourning  Odd follows cordially invited.  N. "VV. B&bdett,   h ' F. J. Smyth, "  ",   N^ble Grand., . Scar'y.  lit"'.��,Jf��>.�� X.oilK�� 3,*,,. 37  -Ky'ot.P:'  A   "  Meets every Thursday."  evening   ,*n ( McGreVor-  hallnt S' c'chdltlA'Vi;  iting brethren welcome  , Au-kiir'Gir.L' i. v 7  E= A  frrr-  Chancellor Com.        K.'A.  &.*- S  Selkirk   Xcrtj,., >,������. 55  ^a.,i*.; i a", jii": ' .,-  Regular    meetings  on   tlie/fir&t'Tyed-  nesday'      of,. each'  v.    *   -   ,        month.    '       '      <  ��� lsIUiA<' tyethrea -welcome.''   ,',  , ��� _ ^LChnpman/w^ M.'   _   ���'���  K;'^-"Bu'rdott. Secretary.  ^oyie>  goners*-"'Union*  ,-No:;7l-iv, F. of M.  ���"-'  Weeti In Miners'   Union   Hf,Il"'ev'"  ery .Satupday t evening." fcSojo^,rn-  ^membersarecordially^nvited  to attend.'       -J   . -     -  .���-.'���������  Joe  McLaren-/.  '  ^ ''PreBidpnt.'"'.,'  t  O. BOX 810  Cranbrook, , B. C.  Pn0XE?8^  "5^^������$���������R  As made' by tlie:p^sent"brewer|ia admittedly tbe  .Best-Beer ih East Kootenay. With the Bdst'.Malt  jand the Euresb'Spring Water it is unexcelled' for'  jeiuality.,, Insist.on paving Voyle'Beer. '  Bprai;JB:b:'^NJc. S'6iuft beer  ��  V&  ��� - -MIJELLER & HESSE;   PROFS-    ' '  S  "ff     ., 7 is,  y-   Ar   '    "'    ���- .   * ���>-'"*-    n - '      2 ,S  '���"7   ' i  -���'���"���   ���,* ���'.'.'���"'/''���.' '3MCO"X-IEJ, B. O   Z*  ^rv ^*.' "     '     ;   " ' I   "       . w       '     ^ t *   ^��������    ^-^1,   A  James-Roberts  SecreUrv  Harvey, J; Mcdarter J &  :c     ���- Macdonald;" 7' rr  .Barristers, SolicilorB.NotBriea; Etc  Cranbrook,   -   .    b. b.  ,v>to a^-nicFif^rijanTRPimioiki),    "  -.-���   - *y~; _^.^.-^'._,���-     ,'.'..' ���"."���'luiaiiuivu;,,  4;^^^Kw^fiiExik)siTioNI-  ^^r^^MIUTARyjNDIAN BATTLE. NIGHT5H0W;,   "'  ^lE^JO^PllAkD the^ BATTLE .'OF  A  7 The fate of a .ball   team  is  as nncertain'as that of a prize  '.fighter. ' The Cranbrook boys  won    eleven  straight ' games  only to go down   to  ignom'in-  ��� ious defeat at'the hands ' of  a;  town of Whitefish, i^Iontana.  Thisis^'as   much|couW., Father Choinelhas ma^y  as a preacher or ,a  newspaper friends in this district y  .publisher    would"   earn" in   a    ���"       ' ~^ _   month.'      ������"��� .BUSINESS   LOCALS'.  FOR RENT-Small furnished  house. Apply, to C. F. Bochlvmley.  Miss L. M. Scott, trained nurse  ofRathwell Hospital, Winnipeg,  is ready for engagements of any  kind. , Maternity a specialty.  Moyie.       *  ��� ,  r ���     ..   -'    . I    Sin^er   ��ewing  Machines   cost  team trom the little jerkwater |���ry little more than chekp ma-  J���--    "     "     "       ' chiues*    D��  the   best .work   and  last a life time, , Sold on small  monthly payments, by Geo B  Powell, Cranbrook. Tn Moyie on  10th of each month.  Your complexion as well as  your temper isrendered miseiable  by a disordered Uver. By taking  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets you can improve both  Hold by tlie Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.  vincial Police for the grant of a  licence  for the sale of .liquor   by   wholesale   in  and upon the premises   known   as   The,       . Ilia^t  Moyie Brewery situate at   Moyie, B. ,C, L.i - pi^, ,  upon the lands described as Lots   4   and1 '   il0t��   WOrk  5, Block, 1, Moyie,townsite.  Dated this I6th clay of'August, 1910.  *  M UBLLER '& HESSE,  Applicants.  POSTAL . PHOTOS^     W- f- ^URD,  . {THE CLEARWATERV  -?0.pOO.OO^RAeCPRbGRAMJ  The news seems to .have  , .gone abroad that the mines at  "Moyie are closed down' and  that the camp is dead." Npth-  .ing is farther from tlie "truth.  .True, some men were laid' off  .at the St. Eugene, but there  .are still about 175 men on "the  .payroll, and the   other   mines  Thos. Summers  Cigars,  XJandy,      Fruit  and  Confectionery. <  TOYS, -NOTIONS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  I make a  specialty  of Pos-  Prices,   4  for 50 cents, or $1.25,a dozen:  MISS FLORA;DBAGON.  BAKRISTKK. SOLICITOR, KTO.  CRANBROOK. ���   _  Notice to  Gentlemen  0 F. 'DESAULNIER.   '     '   ,  OEALKIt   in  TOI.Ml FEED  -PROMPT DELIVERY.  QiUeeDs' Ave.      MOYIE  ,"BR'. P. E.1 MILES  Dentist, 7  ,  Cranbrook, #, C.  STOP AT'THE  George H Thompson,  Barrister,    Solicitor  '   Notary Puulic, &c. '��� '  CRANBROOK,      British Co.umdia  'rl   ^.roaooo.oo wia be spent yoWtiis fair andevi^/'  I'H�� ���' ��� %DEPARTMENLWia EXCEL     DtV^  f > *��� ji^BUCEB.RAIIAVSYRATE5\,  "Can be depended upon'  ... I . .    -    is  an  ni the   camp   are   underq-oincr ex,pression we tl11 ��ke to hear, and  s^y  devolepiiice.     ^\XZ^��?ZZZ���  .is the best silver-lead    minincr  D,^rhoea. Remedy it means that  it never fails to cure diarrhoea,  ���iyseutery or bowel complaints.  U is pleasant to take and equally  valuable for children and adults.  Sold by the Moyie Drug & Stationery Co. ,  (camp in the province.  Labor and capital   are   naturally    dependent   one   upon  ,the    other.       The   wealth   of  capitalists could   not   operate  (pur mines without'thc muscle  ,and   the    strong   arm   of   the  miner.    And vice  .cr..;*,   HlL.  .physical-strength of thc:miuei"  ���Vpuldbe   unavailing  without  .the    ..financial     aid     of    the.  .wealthy, individuals  panies.  S^HeTrail.board'of trade is  . s]��win placing the blame  a share of the'forest " fires  ,0��theC. f.-k. The hu!--  ���way.cpmp.my  is   blamed   for  or  corn-  Don'fc waste your money buying  Plasters when you can buy a  bottle of Chamberlains Liniment  l'��r twenty-five cents. A piece of  '������uinc-1 dumpeiied with this lini-  ���uent is superior* to any plaster  for lame back, pains in the side  Jf chest, and much cheaper. Sold  by the Moyie Drug and Stationery Co.'  Not a minute should b'e lost  when a child shows symptoms of  nroup. Chamberlain's      Cough  Remedy given as soon as the child  b.ae.-omes hoarse, or even after the  "'oiipy coiigh appears, will prevent the attack. Sold by the  Me.yie Drug <k Stationery C0.   !'  ^ If 3'ou want anything iii the  line of clothing or, men's furnishings, try  C A. F00TE  [ THE TAILOR  We carry -in stock the goods  to make an up-to-date suit  made in town, or we can get  you a special ordered suit  made to your measure. We  have ready-to-wear Campbell's  clothing, the best made and  fitting clothing in Canada.  Underwear, shirts, collars,  ties, belts, summer hats and  nearly everything in the - line  of furnishings at reasonable  prices.  All our goods and work guaranteed, plcaning, pressing and  repairing done.  COSMOPOLITAN  K. II,  SMALL  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  W, R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  " CRANBROOK  Phone 9.-  Goocl rooms, good  tables and  bur  and first class sample rooms.  Win. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD    AND    COAL!  For  Sale  Leave Orders nt  Gwynno's Store.  Moyie  British Ccumbia  C A.  Merchant Tailor  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  hoarding'.and Day.,School  conducted by Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson,  C      Commercial * and    business  T.T.M0VHl,c.C.E..Ptt8.    H.   IMWcr,,:.  McVITTIE & PARKER  .    Provincial Land Sunvi-yiNr.  RAILWAY   &   MIKING    I3NGINKBKINR  Estimates Furnished.  OKPTCES  Port Steele P. O. Box 25.'  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  BUY   YOU it  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectionery  FROM  A. B. Slewart  BE A, ,"M7*ELL I^CANi  . . .It you are a sick-man, .suffering from any' disorder, we can" curd ' you���PERMANENTLY.  You do not have to linger along suffering, from disease, because we are medical - specialists with many I  years' experience' treating and 'curing successfully \  all,men's" diseases. -  '    , ,' \  ' HONEST, TREATMENT *  A sure aiid permanent cure in all diseases of  ' men-Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veins,  Hydrocele, Nervous Ailments, Blood and  Skin Disorders, Sores, Ulcers, Kidney,  Bladder and Rectal disorders, and all special ailments common to men.  .    Best Anatomy Museum in the Northwest.  CONSULSATION FREE  If you cannot c6mo to Spokane for free consultation now,  write for our free booklet,  Dr. KELLEY'S MUSEUM  210 1 Io ward S c. SPOJCAN E, Wash.  Shamrock Creamery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  and  Imperator Bacon  For sale by   all   first  class  I grocers.and  8  couraea a specialty. Excellence and  ���wift progn-se cliuractenize each de  t'artment...'Parents should write for  particulars.   One month   assures  tho  INTERNATIONAL7  HOTEL,  P BURN  MOYIE,  & GO Ltd  TB. G.  . E.   HALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and Bridge  Worker.  Oflice over Mr. Short's  Wall       Paper  Armstrong Ave.,  7Store ;  Cranbrook  This hotel is    now under new I  management, and is first class        M^S HELENA  HARRISON  pub'ic   Df   i,       ��� r    ���-'--   "-I-'   ineV^V^Cb: ..   CcrHnclcd OnuMeiV Toronto Co.isor-  pub.,o   of    he   thoroughness   of   the   TAYLOR   &    BONNET? vi.toi-y of Mu.sic  bisters'methods   of teaching.   Terms ���"^-L\j^-ttR,  P- 0. Box 127  commence-January, ���'April  and .Sqlji  I Pupils are aduiittcd duriou term.     ���  I'KOI'ItlKTOliH,  Victoria Street.  Cranbrook, B. C i  MOyjKIYVill  ,h�� in Moyio ovory Thursday. '��fcftnley Sfc  ;      ;    .".    FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, siich  as 1  [ littinRs,  lamps,  shades  or ��10t��r  boat supplies,  spark  plugs- <-���  batteries, go to or write.  J. H. RINGR0SE  lOtlSfl  oil?.  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