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,'j o Drewry has seized "enough fur- r
'.iture to pay the September rent   for
.what is known as^f the -BIG, SHIP.".   Wo
1 have already dispdsed'.of a great, deal bf ,
* this furniture/ and we, do. not' want this'
»ac on on the part^Mr, Drewry to +pre-
■ Jant'anyone who is-m*need pf furniture
r to buy what,' theyf;want, as,, we  have a '
i!reat%uantityb!:left^which we wish to
iSroose of, consisting of wood bedsteads,
-.Mows Chairs, "tables, mirrors, washstands, *
|dJ^K'^^ow^;the'time to buy .Jf
ffirxiitiire.;^^ £$  / ; .;;■;?.,^C; ^7 $
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Tries to Blow   Open
'Safe. "-' .'Z
Butte hud a  million
the 24th.
dollar fire  on
Copper money in France  5b being
replaced by aluminum.      '
• The strik6,situation at Frank is unchanged,   The men are still out.,
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Movie Reputation For Having Wealth' Known'to
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Sixty, stamps are to be added to the
Nickel Plate battery at Hedley Cay.
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While on the coast, Sir Frederick
Boideu invested .$27,000 in Vancouver
property. Ar    .
In Seattle, it is 'said/the speed of
the automobile is, regulated only by
the hand that guides ii.       .
Near the Panama can il" exibt gold
mines abandoned by Spain, centuries
ago.   They will soon be reopened. -
Tramway    Terminal
Is Wiped Outt
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Lumber Is Ordered and Loss
will  Be   Repaired- as
.■''' soon as Possible,-.
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"Old'Homestead Brand"
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Vegetables.anci.Fruits at.
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O olleetioiis.
Farrell & Smyth^ Moyie.
Wear the Derby Shoe
None other better and few to equal for satisfaction and price. For sale by
Imperial Bank of Canada.
B.ink deposit.
Once opened it grows whether added to or   not.
Interest   allowed at   current   rates   and   compounded twice a year.
J. F, M, PINKHAM, Manager.
That Movie'is prosperous, and, that
there is much  wealth  hoarded  up in
tbe safes, burcau'.drawe$'a,  etc., of 'the
Mineral'city* is   beebming  generally
known to ,the'outside^ public.   Even
lhe yegg men, crooks, safe blowers and,
'"con" men in general are on to it.
>b A eJesperate-attempt'was   made last
Wednesday night at, robbing  the  safe
in MacEachem & Macdonald's .Btore."
-Why the burglar' failed > to .complete^
the job is not known, buf.'itis',8uppo8ed
he was frightened away by some  pas-
'se'ru.oy.J.'As-ii'was he had' everyth'ing1
in readiness for  applying  the 'match
to tho fuse."   But "he "dropped/- everything and- made a hasty ' exit  through
the back door,   which') he'^left .wide
open.   The,man  g lined  an  entrance
^through the window on the south .side^
of the   building- by* breaking   out a
light   of   glass. 'Getting   to  the  safe
which is inca room,at tho back  of  the
store was tlien an easy matter.   ,- ,   ■
7 From deductions made  by'several
of the emulators of Sherlock Holmes,
the cracksmau was "a   novice -at the'
business., For instance,' he broke'off
lhe handle of; the/afe''instead  of  the'
combination', ' and" thV-, amount" of
nitro-glyserine,' if such it - was^Nvhich
.'h'e'used would' haye; not', only;' blown
torn thVliack' end oftlie'-fsto're  out a'sf
'weli.^ JEfeffalso did a'.poor job in soap-
iug the crack around the door,iand,,al
leaet an ounce of the  treacherous 'explosive had dripped'onto   the   floor.
HiB tools were a hammer anil, a  steel
drill about Id inches long    He had  a
[use about, eight   inches, long   and  a
cap on'it, and had a pair 'of blankots
over the'front of the , safe   to deaden
the noise of,  the   explosion. ' He also
left his "bug" behind, which was made
out of a small can with a piece of candle in it. , v
Not another thing in the storse   was
touched.   Even     hid'    the    burglar
gained^   an  entrance  to„the  safe  he
would'have been poorly  rewarded for
his trouble, as there  was, only  about
$-10 looked up?   He left no clue to his
. Rossland's New Paper.
Rossland, it is said, is to have a-jiow
daily paper, called the Rossland Star.
It will bo an evening publication, the
flrit issuo appearing about the begiu-
nin'j: of October. The editor and
proprietor will bo Hugh Aitkin, manager of the Nanaimo Herald' Publishing company. The,Star will be liberal
in politics.
Here's Watch
Seventeen Jewel nickle sdjusted
"W H. Wilson" special American mado movement in 1G size
Open Face screw back & bezel,
solid silver cace for $16, T.
Eaton can't boat it. Sent Post
Paid upon icceipt of Prioe.
Jeweler. CRANBROOK, B. C
Thirty silver'CupB have been donated for trophies,in the dog show" to be
given during the Spokane Interstate
Fair. •' ■**
, a.Wages for railway laborers on, the
Corbin railwayrhayo been advanced to
?v2,50per day,' and', men are scarce
even at'that priced,,   „    y
'Fires in the heart "of'the wholesale 'dis
trict Spokane 'early Monday -morning
destroyed,or damaged property valued
atmearly $160,000: ■";*',,'
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''Seattle ,Timee:f'- Sunday's fire'at
Butte was the worst. experience Miat.
town has had since*MAry McLine em*
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J.-McDonald an'd'Miss Cecelia'Holt,'
both of Frank, .were married last week.
Mr. McDonald is one of/the owners of
the Union Hotel in Frank.
* The Nelson Fair is becoming, better-
each year, which is in ,*a large ^meaa-i-
ure'due to the capable "management of
the secaetary, J. E.' Annable.    , '    ->' "
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Recent stastistics show that-out.'of
everj' hundred'"alcoholics"^attacked by
pneumonia seventy .die, Awhile -out1'of
eyeryhundred'non' alcoholics attacked^
bv the same disease-only*  twenty-tbree
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The striking miners at'Frank and
the-representaUveB"'ot the'coaV company are to meet upon'the public plat-
torm and "air,their private grievances.
We believe the idea fs a good one.  ,
The smelter at Northport will be
closed down about November 1st, as
it will take until that time to clean up
the slocfk on hand. All the' ore from
the LoRoi will herealter be treated at
Trail. '     V	
The wind usually blows' hard at
Frank, but last week the citizens were
treated to a regular young cyclone.' It
ripped fup sidewalks, broke windows
and walked off with everything not
nailed down.     _J	
The Odd Fellows and Knights of
Pythias of Craubrook will commence
at once the erection of a fine fraternity hall. The building will be 80
feet long and 32 feet wide, and the
hall will be handsomely furnished.  ' *
Dr. O'Hagen has a peculiar' case on
bis hands at ' Lillie, says the Frank
Pap'er. It is that of a whole family
being afflicted with tape,worms. He
has already taken away two and is
now tieating the two remaining members of the family.
' Folice Court.
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WHEN IN    ,
E. H. SMALL, ManoBor.
Good rooms, good tablcB and bar,
aud first oIsbb sample z'SJzaB.
Thero, was a aitting of the police
court Monday afternoon and R. D, Trevor and J. C. Drewry sat on the bench.
J. Shea, a* miner who had been up
at the upper workings of the St.
Eugene, was charged with being
drunk and disorderly and was fined
$4: and costs.
Isaac Nort was up for being drunk
and disorderly and being out of 'funds
he wes given a week in jail.
Coming Events.
Dominion Exhibition at New Westminster opens Sept. 27th and closes
Oct. 7 th.
Spokane Interstate Fair opens Oct.
9th and closes Oct. 15th.
Tho Lewis and Clark Fair at Portland will close Oct. 15th.
Onrod of Latno   Back After   15   Years   of
"I had been troubled with lame back
for fifteen years and 1 found   a   com-
Fire destroyed lhe buildings at, th*»
upper end of the gravity^ tramway of
St'. Eugene Tuesday morning, and the
loss'is estimated at about Sji'2,000.', The
fire started'in1 the blacksmith, shop
shortly after the men^came off shift at
four o'clock and'- gain'd rapid heacl-
way.'and in'a short tinie'lhe" 'terminal
liuilding "and" ere "'bin were" burned
'to the"ground.'I1 It will 'be impossible
to'take ore from this " portion of ^'the
miDe until the tram is agiin ready to
use, which will'be about Ojtobsr 13th.
Beginning 'tomorrow an(l until that
time t'he'miirwillW-run uig'it shift'
only. ,The lumber has been ordered,
and a force'of carpenters will rush lhe
wort"to completion as'quickly as possible. About 30 men have been thrown
out of employment by the fire,
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, ,Another,mining company haB 'been
organized in Moyie.iflt is made up of
.the owners of a group.'of. claims adjoin
ing the Aurora property* on the ,we"st
side'Df1 Moyie' lakeb' The claims are
the'Durarigo; Krugerj Maple/Dorothy,
Toronto, Roberts, Elmer Fractiontand
Ruth, Fraction.7b,"y,'/Elmer is- ,tlie
promoter" and ^•■Vl^."^*" FriinH.
Gui~ndo'n>iid soraeV pe'opleb in Illinois^
are interested-l.fiThe'plan 'now'"' put-
lin"d is tc drive 1,000 foot crosscut tunnel^ through* 'the' ^lafms," ^vhicll will
piospeat' them .thoroughly. Winter
quarters and a bl.icksmilli'shop" will
be built, and actual work, will be,
b'eguu as quickly as possible.
When Work Will Be'Done.
- It has beeen learned upon good
authority tbat there 'will be' very
little money expended by tbe" government on public improvements in this
district untiUnext spriug. The reason
for this is that'work can be clone to
better advantage in the spring tha'n
latei in the season. As the appropriations are not available until after July
1st of each year it is impossible to do
any work until then, at which'time
the ground is dry and the cost of doing
road work, etc., is 'more expensive,
Therefore thi3 year's _,appropriation
will be held over for next  year's work.
Big Guns Were Here.
Last Saturday President Shaugh-
nessy and other C. P. R. officials, who
are also officers in the St. Eugene
Consolidated Mining company,
Btopped in Moyie for nearly an v hour
on their way east and were 6hown
through the mill by Manager Cronin
and Superintendent Gb A. King. Iu
the party were W. D. Mathews, presi-
pent of the company, W. H. Aldridge,
C. R. Hosmer  and E. B. Ohler.
. We are now ready for 'the
cold weather that will soon
be upon >,us, with a fine stock
of heating and cooking stoves.
■ -We have a nice lot of attrac-
tiye Air Tight0 Heaters that'
we bought well, and we will
,seil at very low prices. If you
want a stove, call and see our.
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Iain's Pain Balm," says John   G.  Bis
her, Gillam, Ind.   This liniment is also without an  equal  for  sprains  and
It ia for sale by   Dr,   S.   K.
Another Sawmill.
The King Lumber Co. of Cranbrook
is putting iu a mill ou the Moyie
river about seven miles south of
M&yie, on tho timber limits which
wero purchased from P. J. Cahill.
Irrigation   Project.
There is a big irrigation project
being discussed at Creston The
scheme is to build a Hume ten miles
long, and tha government will bo
asked to bear a portion oi the cxp'use.
Laving Steel-
The first steel  on   ihe*  new  Corbin
tor mceen yuaio «uu j. .««**«   .-   -— -*
idete recovery in the use of Chamber-  iin0 was laid at iyink this wees.
Geo. Crowe of Ymii will cime hero
next W3ck aui open a b.ts-rv i-jj rcs-
tranraatiu the  Furrell block.
'   C.''M.,C" rlson is'home from Siindoh.
, ,Th'e Nirdorstadtvcase will bo appeal7
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,' Father Choinel held  service iuUlie
Catliolic church last Sunday.*
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A daughter was born   to' Mr.-'and
MrB. J. L. Gibbons' last night. ,'
S, W„. Murphy' has  sold   his'bouse
and lot in Moyie to Win. Bird.    ,„   '-
L Don't forget Mohoney Bror.' entertainment in Eagle hall.tonight,
- John Ddly,--accountant at the" St.
Eagent, was in Cranbrook Wednesday,
.<• Gromham ISaton d'eh Wednesday
for Spring Hill, N. S„ sjjfonil lhe   win-
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:fl. A. Fbo'te,is'tendering his Tesigna-
'tion ascii'ief.of theri Moyio ' Fire '..Brigade,,^ i ',> /-; >itf _,_ i , ty 'p
'"- C.-H. Dunbar,* barrister . at. Crarir
brook; was in" towu   for1 a, few  hours
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given in,*the Eagle nail, Thurtday
evening.   _       ^    , .    ~ *.
Miner*,' Union hall was crowded
last" evening and the Presbyterian's
social was a marke.1 success.
Mrs, TIiob, Cameron, who has been
in  the    Cranbrook    hospital  for   the
past week, is on the rapid road  to   recovery.
O. J, Johnson returned this week
from his trip below Fort Steele, where
be was examining some mining
property. ' c
J. J. Murphy is having a"*clearing
sale, and is offering some spleudid
bargains for cash.    ,  *
Tbe auction sale of furniture takes
place at the Bremner boarding house
today at four o'clock.
Geo. Clothier went to Pincher Creek
this week to purchase some mules'to
be used in the mine.
Blood poisoning has set in one of
Chas. O'Neill's feet and he is now in
the Cranbrook hospital.
J, F. Armstrong, government agent,
was in Moyie Tuesday to hold court
and to attend to some other bussiness.
, Mrs. Cronin is on her return from
her European trip and will be in Spo-
kaue in a few days. She will then return to Moyio.
Sam Wormington's bull terrier, St-
Eugene Belle, took first prize at the
Nelson fair. The clog will also be exhibited at the Spokane fair,
Wadde Bros, have opened a studio
in MacEachem it M.icdouald's old
store building and are prepared to do
tho latest, and best work in photography.
Rev, Dr. McDougall give a very
pithy and ui'crc-tin^ led u-e in the*
Methodist chim-h Tueidjy evening.
His su'-jot was "The Sucoud Northwest R- bd.io'i."
Littlu G'eir^'ie D nielurn.ul >s  o
the ho'-i'iial, but In- le-g is s-ull m pl"s
ter p.iris   anel wiil   buce    to   be   kept
that way foi   !-.'•• r.l   month-*,    He   is>
able to be around on criuches.
Robi. Cii)itJ..eAi. rt-iu-ncd li'mie Tuesday from a bni).).ii.c' 'ii[i to tbe
pr.ii'ie.1. wl.cie lisiwnl with M. A.
Bctle of Cranbre-ck. They biicceeded
in bugging considerable game, aud
lull a gold trip all round.
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Lead, $-1.90. .^inn-CspelteO -fo.OO. A,
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LONDON~Lead,'£l4 2s'Gd.
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' , The relitive standing of pupils   for
September  iu-, general  proficieney'"''is
shown by the following marks:—   . ' '*
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'" FOURTH GLASS:—Arthur'1 Crowe,
13G3; Arthur Lutner, 13-17;, Curist'ina
Blackburn,.-.' 120(3;', Russell   Hawlce,^
1190; Frank'jFeroghV 1166; Philip  ■
Conrad,iOo-l; Lillian ^chulze,   1031; '-
Sidney^EJmer/SG^'; Jolin Elmer,' 8,52;' {
Lena Rudd, 803 :'Edith H iwk'ej- 798;''"
'Alfred Carlfcon,,795.-   > '     ,    y
<■ THIRD/CLAiSSi-T-Mabel     Lutner"
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SECOND'CLASS:-7Lduise Nioder-'
stadt, 107S; ClaraS Niederstadt,   1076;
Harry Crowe, 793; Alverna   Brent on,
735; Dorothea Blackburn,   643;   Earl"
Shao, 633: William One;' 530. *   „
Committee Appointed.
Several attempts have been made to
procure for Moyie ,'a better cemetery
but all to no purpose. Now the matter is being handled in a more businesslike manner and in all probobility
something willjbe accomplished. The
miner's union has taken the , lead.
They have appointed Wm. J. Felt-
ham, their president, as their represn-
tative; the Odd Fellows appointed F.
J. Smyth; Tho Eagles, J. J. Murphy
and the Presbyterians Robt. Cambbell.
A representative will also be appointed,
each from the Methodist church and
the board of trad«. This committee
will go into the matter thoroughly"
and report' back to their respective
bodies and receive'instructions.
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Travels OverO.P.R.
B.irou Komura and his^ party are
returning home over the C. P. R. and
are traveling in Sir William Van
Home's private car. '
Rev. C. McDtarmid ha3 been appointed pastor of the Presbyterian congregation at Agassiz on ths C. P. R. 70
miles up the Fraser river from Vancouver, and Mrs. McDiarmid and ho
expect to leave for that place on Tuesday,  ,
Clti-ap Katus to   CoaKt.
Are you going to Portland Fair? If
so why not go while tho Dominion
Exhibition is on at New Westminster
and take iu both fairs for the price of
one? Tho Canadian Pacific Railway Kill if sua tickets lo Portland and
return for $27 good for 30 diys, and to
i New Westminster on Sept 2-1'h to
, October 3 inclusive, good return until
October 12 for $20 35 from Moj ie with
' corresponding rates  from  other  Koo-
ut  of   tcnay points.    Apply to any  C. P.  R.
a>*eiit or wrile J. S. Carter,  D.  P.   A-,
Nelson, B. C.
riiiiinerlain's Cough Remedy Aids Nature
Medicines that aid nature are alwiy-i
mot-t eif'.ctual. Chimberhiin'o Cough
U. mecly acts on tins plan, It cures
tho cough, relieves the lungs, aids px-
pcc-loralion, open3 the secretions, and
aids nature in restoring the system to
a hHilthy condition. Sold by Dr- S,
K      arvie.
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J?   Ot, The Lore Story of Charles Brandon and Mary Tndejr, the King's Sister, and '
•fgF Happening In the Reign of His August Majesty King Henry the Eighth     ,'
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Then spoke Wolsey: "If your majesty-
will perijnt I would say that I quite
agree with you; there has been witchery Lore—witchery  of the most potent
kind; the witchery of lustrous eyes, of
fair Skin and rosy lips the witchery of
all   that Is sweet anil Intoxicating In
womanhood, but Master Brandon has
been,the victim of this potent spell, uot
thc user of it.   One look upon your sis-.
ter  standing there,  and I know your
majesty will agree that Brandon had
no choice against her." * • ,
{p     "l'orhops  you   are'right," 'returned
Henry. ' ,
Then spoke^iiary, all unconscious of
her girlish egotism:   "Of course he had
not.    Master Brandon  could  not help
'if'-r-wlnch was tine beyond all'doubt.
Henry  laughed at her naivete, and
Wolsey's   lips   wore   a   smile   as   he
, plucked  the  king  by the sleeve and
took  him over to the window, out of
our hearing.
' Mary began to weep nnd show signs
of increasing agitation. "
After a short wliisperedieonversation
. flu* king and Wolsey ciinic* back, and
that I snouici marry anomer. i Know
that I should rather die or have anything else terrible to happen than for
another woman to possess him. He
promised me he' never would, 'but suppose he should fail in his -word, as I
have today failed in mine? The thought
of it absolutely burns me." And she
threw herself, into <,Jane's arms, 'and
that little comforter tried to soothe
her by making light of her fears.
"Oh, hut suppose he should?"  .
"Well, there is no need to borrow
trouble, ^oii said he promised you, and
you know he is one who keeps his'
word." , >
"But I promised, too. and thjnk of
what I am about to do. Mary iii heaven, help me! But he is made of different stuff from me. I can and do trust
his,word, and when I think of all my
troubles,aud when it seems that I,can-
hot hcttr them the oue comforting
thought comes that no other woman
will ever possess him—ncPollipr woman,
j no other woman. I am glad that my
X only comfort comes from- him."
simply noontide no is «t nmn." ncuij
laughed, his health at that lime beimr
too good for him to be ill natured. Ho
had all he wanted out of his sister, so
her outbuiMs amused lilm. .
Mary   hurriedly   left   the   king   and
walked back to her room,  filled' with
shame and rage, feelings actively stimulated by Jane, who was equally indignant. ' ,
Henry .had noticed Jane's frown, but
had laughed at her and had tried  to
-  catch and kiss her as she left, but she
struggled   away   from   him   and   fled
with a speed worthy of thc* cause.
This insulting suggestion put a stop
to,Mary's visit to the Tower more* effectually than any refusal could have
done, and she sat down to pour forth
her soul's indignation iu a letter.
She*, remained at'home then, but saw
Brandon later, aud to good purpose, as
I believe, although I am not sure about
it dven to this day.
I took this letter to Brandon along
with . Mary's miniature—the one that
had been painted for Charles of Germany, but had never been given—and
a curl of her hair, and it'looked as if
this was all'he would ever possess of
her. *
De' Longueville   heard   of   Henry's •
brutal'consent  that Mary might see,
Brandon, and, with n Frenchman's be-'
lief in woman's depravity,' was exceedingly anxious to keep thorn apart.   To
this end ho requested, that' a member
of his own retinue be placed near Brandon'.   To this Henry readily consented,
and there was an end to even the letter writing.   Opportunities increase in
value doubly fast-as they drift behind
us, and now that the princess could not
see Brandon or even'write io him site
' "Tho day you sail ror iTnnce Brandon shall go free and shall again havo
hia old post at court I like the fellow
as a good companion, and really believe
you are more to blame than he."
"I am all to blame, and am ready tiis
flay to pay the penalty-. , I am at your
disposal to go when and where, you
choose,"" answered Mary most pathetically. , '
Poor, fair Proserpina, with no kind
mother Denieter to help her. Tho
ground will soon open, and Pluto will
have bis bride. .        "     '
That   evening  Cavendish   took   me'
aside  and  said   his   master,   Wolsey,
wished to speak to me privately at a
convenient opportunity-.    So when the
bishop left his card table an hour later
I threw myself in his way.   He spoke
gayly to me, and we walked down the
corridor arm In arm.   I could not imagine what was wanted, but presently
It came out: "My dear Caskodeu"—had
I been one for whom he could have had
any use  I should have 'grown suspicious— "my dear Casfcoden, I know I
can  trust you;  especially when  that
which I "have to say is for the happiness of your friends.    I am sure you
will never name me in connection with
the suggestion I urn about to make, and
will   use   the  thought  only  as   your
own."     ,  ■ -   '
I<-did not know what was coming,
but gave him th'e strongest assurance
of my trustworthiness. . ''
' "Itls this: LouisoffFrnnco is little
better than a dead "man. King Henry,
perhaps, is not fully awcire of this, and
If he is he has never considered the
probability; of his speedy death.   Tho
..-w&r J rounti mm wnucnng: uuu *mg.
Ing. apparently as happy ns a lark.
"You heartless dog!" thought I at
first, but I soon found tbat he felt moro
than happiness—exaltation.
"Have you seen her?" I asked.
"Who?" As if there were more than
one woman in all the world for him.'
"The princess,"
'  "Not since I left her at Bristol."
I believed then, and believe now,
that this was a point blank falsehood,
a very unusual thing for Brandon, but
for some reason probably necessary In
this case. ' »
There was an expression in his face
whicii I could not interpret, ,but he
wrote, as if carelessly scribbling on a
scrap of paper that lay upon the table,
the words, "Be careful," and I took
the hint—wo were watched. There is
an unpleasant sensation when one feels
that he is watched by, unseen eyes, and
after talking for 'awhile on* common'
topics I, left and tobk a boat for Greenwich. '
When 'I  arrived, at the palace and
saw Mary, what was my surprise to
find her as bright and jubilant as Ie-had
left .Brandon. . She, too, laughed and
sang and was so happy that she lighted the whole room.    <Wbat did it all
mean?    There was but-one'explanation.    They had  met, anil there -was
some new plan on foot—with a fatal
ending.   The'next failure would mean
death to Brandon as certainly' as*the
sun-rises In the east    What the,plan
was I could not guess., With Brandon
in the Tower under guard .both" day
and night and Mary as'closely guarded'
in the palace, I could not see any way
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the former said, "Sister, if I promise to, j "l hoped that I might have been
(jive Brandon his life,- will you consent' sonic comfort to you. I, have tried
decently and like a good girl to marry j uaid enough," said Jane, who was Jeal-
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Mary  almost, screamed:   "Yes, 'ye's;
gladly.   Ii will do anything you  ask,"
and   foil  at his feet,   hj sterically embracing his" knees.      , , ,
' As the king stooped and lifted her to
Iter feet he kissed ;her, saying, "nis life
■shall be spared, my sweet si*,ler.'' After this Henry felt that he had done a,
rwouderfully gracious act and was the'
kindest hearted prince in all Christendom.1          '!■■'    _ ,i
Poor ,Mary!   Two mighty kings ,and
their great ministers of slate had at
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"Brother, let vie die for him."
last conquered you, but thoy had to
stiike through your Io\e, tlio vulnerable spot in every woman.
Jane nnd I led M.iry away through a
, side door, and the king called (for De
Longueville to fliii-.li the inteirupted
jaiiieof caids.
Before tho play was lesumod Wolsey
stepped softly arouud to thc* king'and
nsked, "Shall I aflK your majesty's seal
to Brandon's pardon >'*
"Yes, but keep him in the Tower until Maiy is off for Pi.ince "
Wolsey had certainly been a friend
to Brandon in lime 0f need; but. as
usual, he had value roc-ehed for'his
friendliness. He u.is an anient advocate* of tho French mairiage", notwith-
itaiidlusr the fact he had told Mary he
was not, having no doubt been bribes*
thereto by the French king
,' The good bishop had. with Uie heir
of De Loiiguovjlle. secietly sent M.iry'f
miniature to the I'lene-h couit in oidei
that it might as if by accident fall iutc
the hands of Louis, anel th.it worthy's
little, old, shriveled heart began tc
flutter just as if there could be kindlec
in it a genuine flame.
Louis had sent to De Longueville
who- was then in England, for eoufir
matiou of Mary's beauty, and Dc
Longueville grew so eloquent on thc
theme that his -French majesty ot once
authorized negotiations
As reports came in Louis grew more
and moic impatient. This ebd not. however, stand in the way of his drlvine
a hard bat gain in the matter of dower,
for "the Father of the People" had the
ehunicloiistiLS of his race and was in*
tenselv practical as well as inflammable. 'I hey never lose sight of the dot-
but I do not find fault.
Louis little knew what thorns this
lovely ros-e had underneath her velvet
leaves and uhat a vpn'table laitnr she
would be, linked to the man she did
not love, or he would have g)ven Henry 400,000 crowns to keep her at home.
0 the value received for Wolsey's fftendship to Brandon
was Mary's promise to marry
Mary wanted to send a message at
once to Brandon, telling him his life
would be spared and that she had
made no delay this time—a fact of
which she was veiy proud—but the
Tower gates would not open until
morning, so she had to w ait. She com-
pensated herself as well as she could
by writing a letter, winch I should like
to give you here, but it is too long. She
told him of his paidon, but not one
word upon the theme lie so wished jet
feared to hear of—her promise never
to wed any other man. Mary bad not
told him of her final .surrender in the
matter of the French, marriage, for. the
reason that she dreaded to pain him
and feared he might refuse the sacrifice.
"It will almost kill him, I know"
she said to Jane that night, "and'i
fear it isla false: kindness I do him i
He would, probably, rather die than1
comfort me. You are like a" soolhing
f balm to an aching pain." 'And she kissed the hands that,held hers/ This was
all "that modest little' Jane required,
She was content to befa humble balm
and did', not aspire to the dignity'of an
elixir,  j    p  ,. i
The, girls then said their'.prayers in
concert, and ,Mary gently, wept, herself
to sleep., She,lay dreaming and tossing nervously until,sunrise, when she
got'up^and'added more pages to^hei
letter until I^ealled to take,it.       '  ,
I was'on hand soon rafter the Tower
gates bad-opened'and was permitted
to see Brandon at'once. He read1
MTary's letter'ahd acted lilce every other lover since love letters first began.*
He-was quick to note the absence of
the longed for but not expected assurance", and when 'he did not see it went,
straight to the point      . v
"She has ^promised 'to marry'the
French king to purchase my life." I«
that not true?" ' '
"I hope,not," I answered evasively.
VI have seen yery,Httlerof her, and'she'
has said nothing about it", '       -'-,-'
"You are evading,my "question, I see.,
Do j-ou know iiolhmg,of it?"      , ->
"Nothing,';lI replied, telling ar7un-
neccssary lie.' ..        ,  *       b    ..■
"Caskodeu, ybu are either 11 liar or a"
blockhead." '    . ,    '
'"Make it a liar,' Brandon," said I,'
laughingly, for I ,was sure of1 my place
In his heart and. knew .that he- meant
no offense.n     >    .*        o-   ,.   ,b, *        1,_
I never doubt'a'friend.'  One, would
better bo,trustful of ninety-nine friends,
...who are false than'doubtful of one who-
is true.-'  Suspicion and'supersensitive-*
ness  are at once, the  badge and yOiz
bane of a little soul.
I did not leave the Tower until noon,
and Brandon's pardon had been delivered to him before I left. ' no was glad
that the first news of it had come from
ne naturally expected his liberty at
once, and when told that he was to be
honorably detained for a short time
turned to me and said: "I suppose they
are afraid to let me out until she is off
for France. King,Henry 'flatters me."
I looked out of the window up Tower
street and said nothing.
When i left, I took a letter to Mary'
which plainly told her he had divined
it all, and she wrote a tear stained answer, begging him to forgive her for
having sa\ed bis life at a cost greater
than her own.
For several  days  I  was  kept busy
carrying letters from Greenwich to the
Tower and back again, but soou letters
ceased to sali&fy Mary, and she made
up her mind that she must see html
Nothing else would do.   She must not
could not and, in shoit, would not go
another day  without seeing  him—no,
not another hour.'  .Taife^nd I opposed
her all Ave could, but the best we could
accomplish was to induce her for Brandon's sake—for she was beginning to
see that he was the one who had to
suffer   for   her   indiscretions —to   ask
Henry's permission, and if he refused,
then  try some other way.    To determine was to act with Mary, so off she
went without delay to hunt the king,
taking .lane and me along as escort
How full we were of important business as we scurried along the corriddrs,
one on eac-li side of Mary, all talking
excitedly at oiu-e!  When anything was
to be done, it always required three of
us to do it.
We found the king, and without nny
prelude Mary proffered her request
Of course il was 1 of used. Mary pouted
and was getting ready for an outburst
when Wolsey spoke up: "With your
majesty's gracious permission, I would
subscribe to the petition of the princess. She bas been good enough to
give her promise in the matter of so
much inipoitance to us. and in so small
a thing as this I hope you may see
your way clear toward favoring her.
The interview will be the last and may
help to make her duty easier." Mary
gave the cardinal a Meeting glance
from her lustrous eyes full of surprise
and gratitude and as speaking as a
Henry looked from one to tlie other
of us for a moment and broke into a
boisterous laugh.
"Oh, I don't care, so that you keep It
a secret The old king will never
know-. We can hurry up the marriage.
He is getting too' much already—400,-
000 crowns bnd a girl like you. He
cannot complain if he have an heir. It
would be a good joke on the miserly
old dotard, but better on 'Ce Gros
Garcon.' "
Mary sprang from her chair with a
cry of rage. "You brute! Do you
think I am as vile as you because I
have the misfortune to be your sister
or that Charles Brandon is like you
had not gone to, the -Tower when sho
had permission, regardless of what any
one would say or think.'  '   ,      „   ,
Mary was imperious .and impatient,
by nature,  but upon rare aiid,,urgent
occasions could employ tho very smoothest sort of finesse. , ,    '
Henry's"brutal" selfishness in forcing
upon her the Frenehj'oiari-iagp.-tngetlirs:
er   with   his   cruel   condemnation   of
Brandon   and ' his ^ vile   insinuations
against herself, had' driven nearly ev-
iery spark of affection'for her" brother
from her heart. 'But she felt that-she
might feign an affection she''did-*not
feel, and that wharf she so wauled would
be cheap at the price! Cheap? It would
be cheap at the cost' of her immortal
soul.    Cheap?   What'she wanted wi*j
life's'condensed sweets—the man sho-c
loved—and what she wanted to escape
was life's distilled^-bitterness—marriage
with a man, she-loathed.    None but a
pure woman .can know the .torture of
that   I saw thisuwhole'disastious campaign from start to finish.  Mary began
with a ..wide flank movement conducted
under masked batteries and skillfully
.executed.,' She sighed'bver her troubles
and cried a great deal,  but told the
king he had. been" such a dear,  kind
brother to her that" she would gladly
do anything fo please h'im and advance
his  interests.    She said it would   be
torture to live with that' old "creature,
King-Louis,'but she would do it^wiil
ingly to help her handsome' brother, no
thought occurred to me that although J of escape for either of them, nor how
the prlucess cannot dissuade her broth-    " ..»....- -
er from this marriage, sho may be able,
In view of her readj' and cheerful corn-
matter how much "she might suffer
The,king laughed7aud said: /.-.Poor
old  Louis! "What about'him?  'Whit
about his suffeiing? < ne thinks'he is
makingisucnba/fine bargain,' but-tho
Lord pity him when'he'lias my little"
sister in 'his side for a,thorn.  'lip-had'
better'employ some''energetic soiiF'to
prick .him. with' needles aiid' bodkins.-
for J; think there is more power  for
rlisturbaucejn tin's little body than in
any other equal amount of space in nil
the  universe.'   You  will  furnish'him
nil  the  trouble he wants, -won't ymi
sister?" n « '  - ^    /
"1 shall; try," Mid the*, princess d^
murely. perfectly' willing to obey tu
everything.       '
1 "Devil a doubt of-that, and'you will
succeed, too, or my crown's ii stew
pan." And he laughed at the huge joke
he was about to perpetrate on his poor
old royal brother. "
-It would 'seem that the tremendous
dose of flattery administered by Mary
would have been so plainly self interested as to alarm the dullest perception, but Henry's vanity was so dense
and his appetite for flattery so great
that he-accepted it all without suspicion, and it -made him quite affable
and gracious.
Mary kept up her show of affection
and docile obedience for a week or two
until she thought Henry's suspicious
were allayed, and then, after having
done enough petting and fondling, as
she thought, to start the earth itself
a-moving—as some men are foolish
enough to say^it really does—she began
the attack direct by putting her arms
about Jhe king's" neck, and piteously
begging him not to sacrifice her whole
life by sending her to France.
Her pathetic, soul ,cbarged appeal
might have softened the heart of Caligula himself, but Henry was not e\cn
cruel. He was simply nn animal so
absorbed in himself that he could not
feel for others.
•'Oh. it is ont at lust!" he said with
a laugh. "I thought all this sweetness
must have boon for something. So the
lady wants her Brandon and doesn't
want her Louis, yet i.s willing to obey
her dear, kind brother? Well, we'll
take her at her word and let her obey.
You may as well understand, once and
for ail, that you are to go to France.
You promised to go decently if I would
not cut off that fellow's head, and now
I tell you that if I hear another whimper from you off it comes, and you will
So to France too."
This brought Mary to terms quickly
enough. It touched her one vulnerable
spot—her love.
"I will go; I promise it again. You
nhall never hear another word that no
harm shall come to him—to him." And
she put her hands over her face to conceal her tears as she softlv wept
*2£y dear Caskoden; J know <■/' can trust
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pliance, to.extract some virtue,out'of'
her sore necessity and'hiduce him to-
promise that, in case of'the "death .'of
Louis'/she" herself shall' chooserher second husband." t b5;b- N . * sj,, -
"My, lord," I replied, quickly grasping"
,tlie poiritt"it is small wonder you,rule""
this land. '' You have both brain;and?
heart.',' * '  ''- '"- '-*'".■*' - - -*-
"I thank you, Sir^EdwiriV and hope
that both may ^always be^at the serv-"
ice qf yoii-and your friends'."' t >>' , '"
'- I 'gave th'e suggestion to* Mary as my
own,' 'recommending^ that she -proffer'*
,her request to thejiing in the/presence;
of Wolsey,' and, although she had little),
faith 'or hppe, she determined to try.
Within a- day or two an opportunity
offered,'and she said-to Henry:' "I am
ready to go to France any' time you
wish, and shall do it decently and will-,
ingly, but if, I do so much for'.you,
brother, you. might at least promise,
me that when King Louis, is dead I
may marry whomsoever I wish, ne
<rtll probably-live forever, but let nu>
have at least that hope to give me w"n"rt
cheer It may while I suffer."
The ever present Wolsey,' who was
standing near and heard Mary's petition, interposed: ','Let me add my prayer to that of her highness. "We must
give her her own way in something."
Mary was such a complete picture of
wretchedness that I, thought at tho
time she had really found a tender spot
in Henry's heart, for he gave the promise. o Since then I have learned, as you
wiil shortly, that it was given simply to pacify the girl, and without any
intention whatever of its being-kept
, but that, in case of the death of King
Louis, Henry'intended again to use
his sister to his own advantage.
To be a beautiful princess is not to
enjoy1 the bliss some people imagine.
The earth is'apt to-open at any time
anci Pluto to snatch her away to—the
Lord knows where.       ' a
Mary again poured out her soul on
paper—a-llbation Intended for Brandon.
I made a dozen attempts in as many
different ways to deliver her letters,
but every effort -was a failure, and this
missive met the fate of the others. De
Longueville kept close watch on his
master's rival and complained to Henry about these attempts at communication, nenry laughed and said he would
see that they were stopped, but paid
no more attention to thc matter.
If Mary, before her interview with
Henry, had been averse to the French
marriage, she was now equally anxious to hurry it on, and longed to go
upon tlie rack in order that Brandon
might be free.   He, of course, objected
as strenuously as possible to the purchase of his life by her marriage to
Louis,   but  his  better judgment told
him—in fact had  told him from the
first—that   sho   -would   be   compelled
eventually to marry the French king,
and common sense told him if it must
be she might as well save his life at
tho same time.__-Furtbermore, he felt a
certain sense of delight in owing his
life to her, and knew that the fact that
she had saved him, that her sacrifice
had not all been in vain, would make
it easier for her to bear.
The most beautiful feature of the relations between these two lovers was
their entire faith in each other. The
way of their true love was at least not
roughened by cobblestones of doubt
however impassable it was from mountains of opposition.
My inability to deliver Mary's letters
did not deter her from "writing them,-
and as she was to be married in a few
days—De Longueville to act as proxy-
she devoted her entire time to her letters and wrote pages upon pages, which
she left with, me to be delivered "after'
death," as she galled her marriage.
At this time I was called away from
court for a day e?r two, and when I re*
they could possibly-have come together.
,. Brandon had not told me,' I supposed,
for fear of being overheard,.and Mary,
although'she had the opportunity,'was
equally   noncoininunleative,* so  I -had
recourse,to Jane upon,the first occasion."' She, by the way,'was as blue"
and sad faced as Mary was joyous.V I-
asked her if the princess and Brandon
had met, and, she sadly said: ','1 do not-
know.   We went down to,London,yes->
terday,  and  as  we  returned  stopped
at Bridewell House/'where'/we- found
the t king and  Wolsey. t  The princess '
left the room, 9aying she'wouid.'rcturn'
in-a, few.'.mlnutes,   and thenr-Wolsey1,
went out,, leaving; me .alone with'„the.-
king.'   Mary, did'not return for, half "an,
hour,-and she may I have seen Master,
Brandon during that time." J do1 not*
^understand   how * the i meeting   could
have occurred/ but that is, the only timei
she has" been "away from 'me."   ,Here/
Jane-dellberately, put her-head"on-my-
shoulder and began' to.wpep.piteously. *
"What is the trouble ?""l asked!"  -'  '.
She shook her head: "I cannot, darel
not, tell you."   ,"•     -        -■'?  ; .,r<- -.*-.
' ."Oh..'but you must you must!*'; Andx
I insisted so', emphatically-that alie^at,
length said:    --,.'., ' - b "-'**
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,, i "The king!" God in heaven/Jane; tell'"
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8obs:,;'Ho tried to kiss^me and.to-^ml.i-V
treat me "when Wolsey lef t'the room" at
Bridewell Anouse. < "I^may'tiaveT been
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L A,lady passing down the"ituelltldie-
lleu had the misfortune tp;lose.a pockV ,r* **. Ar<raii the duo3 i want tow J
•etbook containing,' among*otber valu-   P~p"JXhave hunted low u„u mLi ^'|
ables;*'arrl,000 franc,'note.\l<he,pbck'et-  Xb.-'?<""-«'«•. M*i»te.i
book'was picked'up, by, a'chair: mender!
named' Rgnaud, I'who'-- Hves-'at-' Mon^-
treux.i|He' placed^it Very'caref ully- in',
'hls^ pocketj.and' fpfoceecled',home/" it is
lnotvoften ■ that- n,-cha'h\ mender [.has- oc-1,'
casIohA tob change - a""'note*"'for *'thdt"
'impossibility"of,-turningfcit/into -gold-
tot'dobUie business for tlie ,cbhslde"ra-
ltlon of 100, francs.i^This.Xrlend;'Lucien*
Mathern, also ^ a;'chalr' inender,',was in
his ,turn"'filled wiih^apprehension. ^The
difficulty, was 'solved .'with the'aid of a1
'horticulturist,, named'fSimonrifet, 'I'who'
-kiiidly * consented 'dtot buy.thlmself   a
horse'W .300 "francs'6"and "return '"the" I"'{
change.,'. Itenaud ifwas3 tlius'f'richer,'' by' *-?
COO 'francs7 AX.miglitrthetf'have gone   '
well if.-two'idays'later.lt naCnot'been
dIscoyerep?-thaCthe, horseVhad/.been
•stolen'" from-a'Jdealer "at Meaux. /This
Ued to.the arrest ,of .theftilo^andWater
in'^the, day; the;pollco'out 'their,* hanrtn
„     • ■- inea.sl-. ,i!i<  <-.'
r *pueas, I'll sjtayat home t0,,jUt."
■ '*! *««"*» V""»r - niu«,*rit. *7
, r-"c,^Gettliiff-,klnd oV lonejv now' '
? ..:• '^Without any lime frdUfDw     >
Adfiti!' *->ne week.  * > - •"
'jf t-1 <fifes,'I'm meek"1
" ' ' "ff And lonff      . "   >
-:^-7^S^«er|lP- - No.    that',  «t to
'   j/- h ; sti one., .
dt%-^yeEAa'-yi lik0 '<> knef*   , '
" UJU " Why a woman has to go   *
'-' ....   Chasing all about the state A
S--,*,MLcavlng hubby to his futc
u   -."bSay, it don't loeTk hardly fair
ilJut she doesn't m>™ lo care/
v.rti."..iir -.. i .  '
\ A ' "    . ■- "tcoirfiihhnL 1 b ^ *r ">>-? <^
-/.#., b*f,-ie*'   ' ' ■ ""* " ■■', .{"if* -b  6T^?f.
v    „     .family Resemblance... , lips .,,
'•AWell,'". he
doesn't he?"
s every * -morning,-
, *       ,*   -*    i  v ,.
/..•Natural Process,  ' ",
Although' the.train runs off the track,
„  It Is or, should bo plain   ''   .
That that'is nllfthat It can do. ,   '■«.-"
The track, although It' wanted to  '    '
1    Could not run off tho train.   .     ,
i ~ ~ ,. A
, Forgot Them.  ' "'"■''
"ne deeded all of his property to his
wife."   , . *        . ,     y.
"He must be a generous man."
"His creditors don't think' so."
*  . b      —
Naturally there'is lots of  blood in
tlie   literature, handled   by a   train
butcher.      *    *     * ,    >
<> *
An honest man is 'one who has not
been tempted' by a large enough sum.
A would-be sport.does not have-to
go to tlie north pole in order to get
"cold feet."
AprIsoners^'., and; ft ordered % polonel
..Marston"^ ,who '-.-later*'? won* fa£e!*'as*'a<.
aoldlerrlawyer andfstatesmah^to' build''
a dungeon-wlthbut'so much'as a crack
,or opening.knywhere, so tharif'shortd
.be perfectly* dark. 7 The 'dungeon was
built with _fourv'solld" walls',"-' arid Tone'
day. General -Naglee came over .to'in-'
spect ,It  v He,y was .accompanied ^ by
Colonel  Marston. / *;Where, is "the "en-"
ctrance," said the general,-.7'and~how do
you get anybody into It?'! , "Oh," said
Colonel,Marston,N"that!Is not my'loolc-
out' I simplyiobeyed your orders.", "
%      ,,    The Word That Catches. .   "   ,
There's a word that as by magic
Or by something else will cause        l
Neaily every man who hears ltv
In his onward rush.to pause,
For he can't resist the message,
"From tho air he gets a hunch
■' When he hoars a fellow mortal
.,  Murmur something like "Freo lunch."
Down the street ho may bo walking.
Feeling much at peace and lino, v '
But he puts down brakes the moment
That ho sees the mystic sign.
What, with such an Invitation,
Can ho do but pause and "gee"
"When tl* friendly Mm Is saying,
"Come and eat, for It Is free?"
Can you blame a man when duty
Tells him ho should go to woik
If he diop.s Into a basement
Whore congenial sphlts lurk?
Can you hay that h"o Is foolish
Or the time Is not well spent
If he can a meal encompass,
And It doesn't cost a cent?
There Is something most alluring
When a thing purpoits to bo
Without strings a Chtls-tmas present
And without conditions free.
Simple minded men may wonder
As thoy pass ln through the gate.
But they very soon discover
Who It is thai pajs tho freight.
Before TheyAril
"Tliis inustb
.Twits' flrs'f yenj
lu1" (lie siilwrl"."
' "lion- do, yo|
Sherlock it?"
"Heard him telf
lug   how   mud
money he wasji
ing to make fid
lions," *-'
-* -y <• ■> ,y.A ,. - ^ ■ ,
-Py\ ir-W Knew ihe Kind. ,
;V"ECe"re3"'comes -a man who Is mak!D|l
'ILOOq^ajmdntbV - Want'to meet himrl
:7"No't-;riiuch'.   'no is' liable to try to}
touchyme ^!for $10  before I can cell
away.'.'X^bgij ; ) "       '     r.   I
'&m$&H. ——    "
frt-.e-^i-J/tfeMore Appropriate,.
b^Poor"feIlowJ* He Is a failure'in erl
'erythingj.be undertakes, and yetheliul
'jf sheepskin fr6in^aLunivcrsltj;," '' ,j|
^<"It"should have "been a calfskin."'1'
it^y:- *vlJ :    p   ,
; 7 > ''7 k -V'A11 H«" y*v-
,f*She was"a_glrl of common sense;
_~ .Besides,- her. cooking ivas Immense.
v_ ",Sho,was good-looking, never cross;
*-* . Her-pa" was.rich;, sho was, his boss.
* , So you might guess it was no trl:Ic
, , For-that ;dear girl to take her plct-
?'  ' One Strong Point. "-~-;iT~-
"As a poet he has oue great adru'|
tage over Shakespeare."
*'Yes, he Is still alive."
.How'Could He Tell?
Will you Jove'ine when I'm oldT ,|
I will If you are lovable."
Alarmists have been looking" for the*
man on horseback for a long while,'
but perhaps when he comes -It will be*
In an auto.
--'''_ >.,-   'A-'1"
" Easy money Is the kind your schemes
are bound  to  make'before  «>ev  ore
1 -vj- "When-You Can't.
When ln doubt, play trumps
' And bluff tho thing out
When you have no trumps,
Just remain In doubt.
.J Vi>
Wliy He Wanted  n  Tenner.
Application was made at half a
dozen stores before the man could get
one ten dollar bill for his roil of ones
"I don't see," said the man's companion, "why you went to all that
trouble. You are going to pay the
money right over to your tailor. ' Why
didn't you give him the one dollar
"Because it would make a bad Impression," was the reply, "i am broke,
but I don't want him to know it Whenever you get in that fix puy your debts
in the largest bills that you can got
hold of. It enhances your value in the
estimation of tradesmen and paves
the way for further -credit A fellow
will think a heap more of you If vou i!
pay with one five dollar bill than with
?k£ °"GS- -V^ndfiil of chicken feed
Indicates that you have had to hustle
around pretty lively to,get the money
and that there isn't .- .--*     *    J
> Hard,to Part.   '   '"
'TIS hard to part with some dear friend j
A pang the parting word will send.
Tis hard to loave your happy home*
In far and distant climes to roam.
'Tis hard to part with ready cash
Though rated by'tho experts trash.
Tis hard to leave a swell repast
Befors the final course Is passed.
But it Is harder far, in truth
To part- with ono well rooted tooth.
'*    „        Aj
It Suited Her, .,
"She seems to have great confidence
lu fortune tellers."
"Yes; when she was forty years old
ono looked at her hand and said she
was going to take a  journey In the
thlity-fiftii year."
A pure.heart ,is  better than nn Immaculate suit, b'uMt will not help Min j
possessor as much In securing a job.
_>     .*.* -       _
Time Is money, but tlie man nho Is j
doing time has.great difficulty in getting it cashed.1
*   •*   ' ■ ^
A faint heart has frequently won a
fair lady if Uie faint heart hnd a ftt
bank account
Tlie man who is on tho public pax;,
roll can see allr of the good points In
tlie party that put him there without
straining his eyes.
Of course it is hard to sec the good
points in tlie fellow who beats you out
with a girl, because he busu't any.
Perhaps fish are thought to be hraia'
food because catching them stimulate*
the imagination.
A corporation may not havo a
s-,* «* bi« a thousand eyes.
unlight Soap'
!^ar^n,teed P.erfec*ly Pure, genuine, end free
trom *vduIteration-al! dealers are authorized to
return purchase money to anyone finding cause
iZi TlP ,int* Therefore you lose nothing by
trying Sunlight Soa,p aad you will agree with
millions 0f other women that the Sunlight w*y
is iho only w*y to wash clothes.
tovor Brothers Limited
..   ,   ,   . much left where
that came from. . A man who really
has money can afford to pay In pennies
If he feels like It, but he who has lltt£
turned and called upon Brandon at the    ,an keep up his credit only by us n*
larire bills'* * °7 usln* 8?
Startling Case pf Thos. Harrison1,'of St.
' Mary's Ferry— He Tells the Story
Himself. "iy  ' "'
or   Mary's Ferry, '.York. County," N.
SL^i8-(Special).—That Dodd's
5,',,„pv Pills will cure Diabetes'one of,
K,f most deadly forms o£ Kidney dis-
?, ets been satisfactorily-proved by
Mr Thos Han ison, of, .this , place. -
Spraldng ofhlH   cure I Mr./ Harrison
ba"f hewin to suffer with severe pains
above tfie region of the Kidneys.,When
i in -'down it was torture tp get up
JeS. Wy appetite failed andf I ,lost
flesh lapldly.   ,    " .;'"",;'  '      /'U
''I doctored with several physicians,
hut it was all no use. ' Shortly -after
IhU I be^an to urlnato.blood and then
I knew I was,in the,grip IC that dread
mnnster Diabetes.   ,'"      -. /
At the timo a friend, prevailed on
Sem.   ReB»'^d~lTr^rmle„  A*cu.e<J '
of.Cau.ing 8k|n Djseasea
Every one knows enoueh tn „,. „
f°rno/VyH a Vde *'*"»■? rhf^cr
from hay fever undo.stands only im
wen what particular plant, hav" an £
It Is not so geneially known, however
that plants usually regarded a, hw^
ess, even such as are commnly grown
indooh, for decoration. occ-eLionaTlv
poison those who come In con^ct „ ,h
them. Some instances of this klmi •di
Blven by a writer hi Co7mos IW
£iv   r-^3   U)at   hdUSe   P'ants.   or   a}f
We already know,
Tho Broken Down
Often Found In Persons Who ape Apparently in Good
Health—Extraordinary   Effects   of
says   the
the  irritating  properties  of  the nettle
called also "beggar's weed" becouae
Piofwbional mendicants are In the
hah t of producing with the leaves superficial .eruptions that Eain for them
the sympathy of compassionate .hearts
A ,Ianre number of plants'have tho
Power of producing effects of the same
Kind, and we ' see chronic
brought on by house plants
-M. -Dubreuilh. in a memoir published in the Bordeaux Medical Journal'
recalls a number ot cases of derrnatitU
caused by primroses. A gardener^ who'
bad ^suffered from violent attacks of
eczema In the right hand every spring
for nlno years ,was relieved when ho
excluded, these plants fiom  hi«  house.
Notflpss curious is the case, publish,
It Is not always the pale and blood- f vous that I could not.rest or sleep, and
less who suffer from nervous exhaus-  could not do the least bit of work
tn lrv a box of Dodd's Kidney Pills   •«* °Y, Itetzdorrf, of a woman who had
L,i thev did me so much good i con-
Inued the treatment until X had used
three boxes. \They  cured'me    com-
..iletcly."      ,        v">ll'7;,.),b ' ",
ji it       *    ■   J _ "i. t i
A wilier who .spends ' his j summers at the'seashore .tells the, ,fol
logins s.tory: "An ignorant'countryman who saw the sea for the- flrsi
time was much ImpressedJwith the effect e>{ the blue /water and asked - a
-fisherman If ho ,could .tell, him ythe
owner, as he would like, to buy a gal
■we owa ...   ,   -- .     ■ „
ed the rustic, "couidryou "sell me,,,,-
gallon for fifty-, cents?' >l'Sure,*\said
'the fibhermnn," and he disappeared, re-
' turning in a fewy.moments* with a', jar
of water,* for whicliyhei^cceivedA,the
countryman's flftyjeen'ts. C^The,„ latter;
doparted with his ^purchase. , .Return ,
Ing later In the""day7afteri.th'e't5d#,htid
gone out, he gazed ln.slIentVwonder at
lhe water, which' had" receded/ar^from
the beach,   "fiumme!" "he "exclaimed,
"don't they do artrade!i'-\J> .Ai(A} v'.
° .Carlerhall,-Nlid.,?Jan.lS,A898.'-?.7
MESSRS Ci C. .RICHARDS1!*' CO.---- '
*    Yarmouth,' N. < S^ 'AAA', kpi *f dA-
•     Dear Sirs,—WhlleUn\the'S count'ry
' last summer I/.wasJ'1t>adlyf,bitten\ by
would be disfigured ,.for'a1'couple.^of
'weeks, "tl-'was ;fadvIsedVtof-try^.you,r
Liniment 'to allay ,the,\ifrlbitipn,<-and'
did so.   /The1 effect /was more-than* I
expected,^ a; few - applications y completely curing'the'. Irritatidn/^and pre-
ventinge-ithe   'bites'Afrom \ becoming
sore    MINARD'S \LINIMEN,£J. is. also1
a good article-to'jiceep off^the inosq.ui-
tnOK - ,l **'      -1 j1 v '">■.*'?■ ^ - ' '*r» *"".   A
tueo, , •  ,5*--Ct*'   ■- ' >, ^j,- ^u.'- r— „*^*
,, ~ ,Yours truly, J* "'b-v.^-*,1*.-.
,    -, ::&•&&/£»&&/?
5 ' ." .-»Jfta-.v-t&M!Ai\*-"»,i> %'*«  t
iiuring PrcsidenLiHarrlman's ^ ,yisit
'..to Cheyenne. Frank-'Jones^thej-young
son of Chief Clerk^D.yA'i'f'JoneVqf the'
Jlastcr Mechanic's?oflice;>fJw;as^se"nt'* to
his private 'car^withia.telegram'.v-oiMr.<
*Haniman, attracted bVlhe'lad's,b,rIgh<'
dcmeanoV, said:' 'iWhat/do you" 'clo,?^
<■' i'm one 'f th* dlr'octors-*-'fAth'-Union,
Pacinc."     "WhaJS-'^exclainied *;M,r.
Harrlraan.    "Yep," ,'I-direcf, envelopejs
over t' th' master, mechanic's I office,"*
was the laconic"1 reply. *, t -     ,~' '    ' f
'Itch, Mange, .Prairie scratch'es,1'Cuban Itch on human'or animals, cured
In, 30' minutes by Wolford's. Sanitary
Lotion.   It never.fails. At'all druggists.
every year from 1894 to 190] in the latter p^rt of October, a violent eruption
on the hands and face, which did not
'yield to treatment and would not disappear till  spring.    ,ThIs  lady always
received as* a-, birthday present on pc-
tober IS,  several pots of China primrose    (Primula   obconica), which   'she'
cared  for' herself  until1  spring,   when
they were set out ln the garden.' „The>
removal,.of  the" primrose*   causod   the
eruption   to  disappear.     "
„   Such Is also' the story of another woman, .,who.(ihav'injr received 'a plant of
China primrose,  cultivated It and'suffered'an, acute   eruption   of,the  fore-'
arm  and  face,   with "innammatlon, of
the   e>jes   and,, eyelids.      In   this  case,'
and ln<others that have been reported,'
the Inflammation caused by? the primroses  was, localized ln  the hands and
face.   , -Nevertheles8,Mtf Is  not''always'
10:    Pizza" has - observed   an   eruption
on 4the  chest,^of a <Iady who" had. car-.-
ried'on her penon a bouquet of Chinese
primroses.   K'lrke" attended'a lady who
had < a 'habit, of -biting oft and  eating
primroselblossoms,' and' who had acute
sores on her lips 'and. in th'e mouth    ,
"-.Primroses 'are   notr .the   only   house
jjlants  capable   of causing''such   crup-
ttioiffl/   Quite recently; in an' article In'1,
The-Munlch Medical Weekly,, H. Hoff-
,mann„ assistant to Prof. Lesser, of Berlin, reported that a'woman, afterjhav-
Ingf spent 'slx^ Hours   in   cutting  chrysanthemums, was  taken with    itching
and burning on the face and arms. Another,, case of the 'same-1 kind, observed
by Hoffmann, was   that, of   a   waller
In    a 'restaurant, ,,who,   after   having
crushed  betwean  his 'Angers' a leaf of
arbor vitae, touch'ed his Xacj.   Soon he
was  attacked' by an   erupt/on  on1 the
face and hands .which it took ten days
,to cure.  ' *,  ,       , * v
t '.In' his article, M. Dubreuilh cites also
several-vgpecies 'of Rhus,1, which", arei
used in .America asxhouse ■ plants on
account.ot their fine foliage. Some peo-
'pfe'-can ]not even touch_ these .without
.being .attacked .by^ 'eruptions.,''.These
cases'are wo"rth 'noting. They constl-
'tute,*. however," exceptions 'and .are rare
jA'-Gpecial predisposition _is .necessary.'
Those who are aflllcted-may, with some
precautions,'continue to kesepf flowers.^
'They,5hould touch them ai little as'pos-1'
slble^and'. w,hen the ' '^eruption takes
place', wasblng it with 'alcohol to„dl»-
solyes Jlie^ frritafnt matter^and^then^'wlth
soap and*| water wjll soon 4 stop" tho
smarting and'fshorten the duration of'
the,malady.'   - -    v    a l
tion, and when a person of apparent
good health finds himself almost helpless he gets little sympathy from
physician or friends and not frequently his ills are attributed to the imagination.
Nervous diseases are slow In coming on and patience Is necessary in
their treatment.0 Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food is absolutely' certain to be of
benefit to anyone suffering from exhausted nerves, for it supplies the very
elements of nature which go to create
new nerve cells and instil new vigor
and energy into the nervous system.
Miss Lena HIebert, Lowe Farm,
fMan„ writes:—"I suffered for two
years with dizzy spells, 'pains in the
back, cold'hand's ' and feet, neryous-
neas, Jerking of "the limbs, sore
tongue, soreness of arms and shoulders, and general exhaustion. About
seven  months ';ago rI became so ner-
without suffering dreadfully from pains
in the back. I could hardly walk,
could eat very little, and felt that people were, always' watching my body
"I tried several medicines with little
effect, and was a mere skeleton of skin
and hone,about to give up in despair
when I heard about Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food aud began using it. I have used
in all fourteen boxes of this preparation, and it-has built me up until I
am now strong and well again. Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food has clone me a
world of good, and I feel that I cannot recommend, it too highly to persons "who suffer as I have."
Dr. Chase's Nerve .Food, 50 cents a
box, or six'boxes for ?2.50, at all
dealers or Edmanqou, Bates & Co.,
Toronto. To protect you against Imitations 'the portrait and signature ,of
Dr. A. W. Chase, ,the famous receipt
book author, "are ,on every box.       i
Assistant Attorney-General Charles,
H. Robb, who became famous for his
work in running down the postal j
grafters a couple of years ago, began
the practice.of law In a small village
in Vermont. He knew all the people
of the town, as well as most of the
farmers in the surrounding country.
"One day," said Mr. Robb, "a tall,
lank Yankee, a veritable, David Har-
um, came into my office. It seems
that he had got into trouble as a result of trading a cow. He had succeeded in palming off on an unsuspecting neighbor an .uncertain looking animal which proved to be stone
blind.' In addition it was run down
generally- On finding that the , cow
couldn't see, the farmer who had been
imposed ur)on brought suit against my
client. I questioned the man. " 'Did
you tell tbls farmer that the cow was
blind?' "'Indeed I did,' protested my
client, with a sheepish look, 'I told him
that she didn't look well.'"
A Clear Healthy Skin.—Eruptions,
of the skin and the blotches ■ which
blemish beauty are the result of impure blood caused by unhealthy action" of the liver and kidneys. In correcting this'unhealthy action and restoring the organs to their normal
condition, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills
will at the same time' cleanse 'the
blood, and the blotches-,and eruptions
will disappear without, leaving any
trace. ,      '
"When Judge" McCay was on ,. the
Bench for .the northern"" district of
Georgia,", said a Georgia, Representative, "a young lawyer secured the attention of tho Judge and told him that
he wished a postponement "of a case
in which he was,to, appear for the defendant. The case was one of simple
moonshlnlng, but th'e lawyer contended that would take several houis for
the aigument. "'I can understand all
you will have to say in an hour's
time,' said the1 Judge. ^" *I am satisfied
I shall take fully eight hours.in my argument,' contended; theV lawyer.'
"'Very well; haye„yoifr own way; but
it will take the prisoneri,abolut 'three
years to tell why he employed you.'"
Minard's Liniment Relle'ves^Neuralgia
Squire Woolsey—Well, Sam, I hope
you are going to vote for me tomorr
row! Sam Scrubbln—I hope so,' too,
sail; I needs two'idollars mighty.bad,
Only those who have had experience
can lei] t)*e torture corns cause. Pain
with your boots on,-pain with ihem
oft—pain night and clay; but relief is
sure to those who use ' Holloway's
Corn Cure.
A young man,at Gaylord, Kan., told
'no girl the other night that if she
•Han't marry him he'd get a rope and
"nng himself right In front of her
house. "Oh .please don't do it, dear,"
she said; "you know father doesn't
want yon hanging around here."
• .A   "The Quickest" Route.    - ,
The new Allan' Line  turbine  Btcam-
fhlp Virginian arrived at 'Rlmouskl at
,4.15 p. m.'on June, 15, after making the
fastest passage from land to land in the
history" of the St-'Lawrence route.  The
mails, which sho delivered at Klmouskt
at 4.15 o'eilock that afternoon, arrived in
Montreal  at  4  o'clock  next    morning
The mail was delivered to "tha Virginian  at Moville at ,2 o'clook Friday afternoon, June 9, so that they were delivered  in  Montreal    in.   seven   hours
short of seven days, or faster by hours
than they would have come by the New
York route, c*, It was expected  that the
letters by tho Virginian will be delivered at St. Paul. Minn , before the mail
by   the  "White   Star    stcamffc    Celtic,
which left a day before the Virginian.
The Virginian   sailed   from' Moville
on Friday,' June  9, at 2  p. m., and arrived at Cape Race in  four days, ten
hours 'and   thirty  minutes, thus  creat'
ing a new record from land to land over
the .long southern route.   "She arrived
at Rlmouskl at 4.15 on the aftenoon of
Juno 15."   Allowing four .hours for the
'difference   ln   time   between   Rlmouskl
and Moville, she occupied just six days,
six  hours  and,fifteen  minutes  on  the
passage.    The record made by the Allan Liner Bavarian in 1904 was seven
days,  Ave  hours  nnd  twenty-two  minutes, or twenty-three hours,  seven minutes  slower  than   the Virginian.    The
Virginian beat the Bavarian's record tn
May, when she made the run from Moville lo Rlmouskl ln sbc days, thirteen
hours,   and   thirty  minutes.    The  passage  she has just  completed  is therefore ' faster  than   her  previous   record.
It  is   expected   that  when  late  in   the
seasons   the   liners   commence  running
by  the  shorter    route,     through     the
Straits of Belle Isle, the Virginian will
hi able to mako the passage in a day
less than  her present time.
Sometimes the hair is' not
Properly nourished. It suffers
for food, starves. Then it
falls out, turns prematurely
eray.   Ayer's Hair Vigor is a
hair fpod. It feeds, nourishes.
*he bajr stops falling, grows
»oag and heavy, and all dan-
ar^ft disappears.,    y
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Mti$gt . '   '.o-vrweo.,
«... «,ruMiiif. . ,       w   lo^rtl.  Man,
Hospital For Sick Horses.
Tho Toronto Humana Society has decided to purchase a vacation farm for
poor men's hoises. Overworked horses,
whose owners aro unable to pay for a
recuperative outing, will be given a
week's gambolling In pasturo. A shed
where aged and tired canines may loll
at case is also contemplated. The first
money towaid the purchase of the farm
ivas $327 raised at a Horse Show
A Poke at Her.
Miss Knox—I don't like her. She's
forever* tnlking about herself.
Mis3 Wise (pointedly)—Well, that's
better than talking about some on*
tlsa. '	
Spelled  Wl'li a "V." j
Frank Millet's b.i'.y was christened
in London when II- Hon mid Lawrence
Barrett were present. Tlie child was
to be named Ln-wnce. and Barrett
spelled It out "Law iot:ce\" as his name
was spelled. Hutton Immediately corrected him'' with "Laurence," as his
own name is spelled. And they shouted this at each other, to tlie amazement of the parish clerk, till Mr. Millet
stopped them, with the remark that
the father ought to have something to
say and, turning to the clerk, said,
"Spell him with a 'v.' " And Lavrence
Millet he was made by law.—Christian J
Lake of The Woods Milling ♦
Co., Ltd.     ,       |
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Ethel—I don't see how you can tell
a wild duck from a tame "one. - Cholly
—Dead easy. If you can get near
enough to shoot him he's a tame one.
r.o. bo. sot %^ rfc^*. I ffSS n'" mi
Canadian Co-operative Company, Ltd.
John McVicar, Mgr.
C«mml>iIon Marohuuts nnd dtalon ia nil kind*
of GRAIN.     Co»»!gnmenta   Boliolteil.    Writ*.
Phono or Wire ui for Partioulon.. >
Offices, 308 Mclntyre Block, Winnipeg.
."Why does a woman always* add a
postscript to her letter?"' "Well," answered the 'ungallant wretch,' "she
probably figures' out in her own mind
what her letter has made you say, and
then tries to have the last word."
Hall's    „,
Diamond Hall's recent
removal to much larger
premises means increased
opportunities for serving the
Canadian public.
East and West and
everywhere, thc perfected
Mail Older System of
the Dominion's largest
Jewelry store puts an end
to '' barriers of distance."
You can -order with
assured satisfaction from
ils illustrated catalogue of
Diamonds, Jewelry,
Watches, Silver, Cut
Glass,  Stationery,   etc.
——— LIMITED—-—— ,
134-138 'VONGE ST.
TOBONTO    -     ONT.
Be There a Will Wisdom Points the
Way.—The sick man pines for relief,
but he dislikes sending for the doctor,
which means bottles of drugs never
consumed. lie has not the resolution
to load his stomach with compounds
which smell villainously and taste
worse. But if he have the will to deal
himself with his ailment, wisdom wn
direct his attention to Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills, which, as a specific
for indigestion and disorders of the
digestive organs, havo no equal.
*T—aw—would like," began the customer with the eyeglasses in the
cheap restaurant, "some spring Iamb;
some, you know that has gambolled on
the green." "Aw, stop joshin'," said
the waitress. "We ain't got none of
the kind that gambolled on the green.
S'pose you'll be wantin' some that
played golf next. Wo jes' got straight
Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant
v)oap Powder dusted iu the bath, softens
thewr.ierand disinfects. 38
"What do you make a week?" asked
a Magistrate before whom an Itanan
organ-grinder appeal ed, charging a fellow musician with breaking his instrument. "Twenty-five dollaire," was
the answer. "What?" exclaimed the
Magistrate, "twenty-five dollars a week
for grinding an organ?" "No, sare;
not for grind; for shut up and go
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.
"Misfortunes n-*ver come singly, you
know, Miss Priscilla." "Alas!" said
the poor maiden, shaking her head,
"the single misfortune is tho worst of
all."     ' '
' Tho late General Benjamin' F. Butler, according to the Boston Herald,
told the following on himself: "Several-.years after the war the General
liaeT occasion to visits Georgia, and
from'a town on the, rail road, took a
two-seated ramshackle .vehicle, driven
by a typical southern darkey, for his
place of destination. • The General, entered into conversation with tho driver, and learned that ho was one of
eleven boys, and that he had,a twin
brother. He asked the driver his
name. "Abraham Lincoln Backus,"
was the answer.' "A fine noble name,"
said'the General. The,, driver 1 was
quiet a moment, cthem suddenly said:
"Wat yo',think dat twin' brudder's
name-is?" "I have "too idea,", said, the
General. "His name is Benjamin"F.
Butler Backus."-.The General appreciated „the compliment, and .was thlnk-
,lngx it over .when"1 the , driver added:
"Boss, I was'always glad,'dat''I was
'bora first". " y ■*.< '> A - , ' j
-'   y    1   ,     , e       i-i i      .
y Trial,Proves its-; Excellence.--:The
best testimonial one can have of the
virtue.,of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in
the treatment,of bodily pains,,coughs',
colds -and affections of the respiratory
organs,1, is 7 a trial of„it.- If not'
found the 'sovereign remedy it t is reputed to be, then it may be'-rejected
as useless, and all that has been said
in its praise denounced as'untruthful.
, Andrew Carnegie' tells "this as one
of;h!s'*experiences ataSkibo. Soon af-
.ter'he had bought Skib'b-.there was a
circus exhibiting in'the neighborhood
of the castle, and'one of the main"at-
tractions was an orang-outang. , Ono
night the orang-outang got out, fell
over tho cliff and -(was killed. In the
morning two of the keepers looking
over tthe grounds ran across the body
of the dead orang-outang. One of them
scratched his liead and.saidi-^'He's
noi Hielander, .that's sure.'*,   [The' other
He's1, no^ Lowlander,
havena.got,that much hair   on
After awhilev'one .of tthem proposed.to
the"\ otherv as follows: ^'Tlljgo lip- to
the"kirk and see the minister, and you
go*up"tofMr. Carnegie and,see if any
of, his American 'gentry are missing."
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, - y- -HOWL'Sy THIS ?    y y
\ We1 offpr Ono Hundred 'Dollnm. Bowtt-d for nn*
cs«*> of Catarrh, that cannot bo en rod ht Hull's <\tt
arrh Cure.   F. J. CHENEY *',CO., Toledo. 0.
We,  tho undera.ened,  hate Icnowa F. J.   C'hnno>
forthol&al 15 years, and belloro him perfect.)  linn
orablo   in all   business .transact ons nnd fimim lull.,
ablo to carry out any obligations mado by h:« hrta
Waldikg,   Kissak  &)Maii\xk.    *
rWholesale Drugyiata. Toledo, O
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken iiiternti!!>t m Link'
d! recti j upon the blood nnd raucotiR snrfa(«i of the
BjBtem. Testimonial1* sent ' free Price 75c. jur
bottlo.    Sold  b>  nlUDnieviats
Toko Hall'a Family PilJn for constipnt.on.
What is meant
Y ,
"Protein" in flour?
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''Protein", in food °is tlie food element , that makes bone, musclefi and
brain7 ■
Pure flour contains more protein,
in most useful form, than aii3' otlier
food—but the Sour must be pure.
- ^Braln and shorts are waste—if your
flour contains this waste, it is proportionately'short in "protein." •   '
Now, if you buy andnferiqr, poorly
'milled flour, you are paying for bran
and',shorts," not "protein," and to that
- extent you are wasting money.   ■
„ is-milled to make it-'the^ purest mthe/Ji^,
i world : , therefore <it„■' contains.' most '   J
.protein, is - most nourishing,- is*, most' Jlrx
" economical to use.    ,/ Z'\t <  "'"
';t    It' pays ithe housewife^)'insist upon
getting 'i'' Royal^Household" guaranT:
'' teed flour, instead of takingsa poorer,,
,-flour .which the grocer may be 'inter- <r
f;;"estedIn selling:"'/'\ i'b7'. .v"7"   f1   ■       ■'■
Ogilvie's Royal Household Flotzr.?*-
- (tt    ' *>-.v -'
~»$£,   >, ;At5. ii,,
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,  "-'- S"*-kb''
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M*    i n    TV
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't- - *' 'iT^
A,£'"»', J
,-* 17-
75&M- I'-'fe
..Act.idirectly on' the liver.'
They, cure constipation,
biliousness, sick-headache.
S6ld'for,6Qy^rs. J&&.1&:
/ p    1 n  ITS ?/Apa+,V>/
»}    . dppAAji^A
i  ,      *. -" AS: W.K »
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iim aa. orBi«3aaisiBoalu*.aiii»co, ajj«eu.<.B.'
'£ "X-^1-
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"I sometimes thinlc," saidbDeacon
Ironside, "we shall have to summon
Brother Hardesty befoie the church
board." "What is the trouble with
Brother Hardesty?" asked Elder Keep-
along. -He is finding fault with .the
plan of creation. He says, there "are
-oo many-carp and dogfish'and too
few black bass."   '
Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.
 The solid parts of our bodies
are continually wasting away, and
require to be repaired by medical •
substances, that restore the lost
vitality. There are only two
methods of building up the run
down system. You can consult
the physician, or commence treatment with Dr. Slocum's famous
remedy, "PsvcHlNE." In all probability "Psvchinb" will be the
beat doctor, and the cheapest in
the end. Scores of medical men
advise its use in the worst cases of
decline and weakness. It is an
invaluable tonic, pleasant to the
stomach, builds up the run down
system,, strengthens the nerves,
sets the liver right, cures dizziness
and headache, creates appetite,
and is *n_ all round family medicine, used by thousands of men,
wcttnen and children in every part
of the Dominion. Ask druggist
about it.
'--Oliver Herford, while exploring a. remote-part of New, York, .became-very
hungry..,, .Entering "a restaurant-'"of
^doubtful appearancel he ordered a'mutton-chop. ^Afters'waitlug-for some time"
the waiter;appeared with a,plate,' on
-which was-'a potatoe pand an /overdone chop, very small, indeed' with.a
long; slender Mb I >ltached... Putting
this down before the famished artist
the .waiter hurried off to attend to another .customer.---"See here," called
Hereford, "I ordered a. chop." "Yes
sir    answered-the man.  "There it is "*
Oh, beg your pardon, that's true," re-
^™eTd*1the ^rtist' 'OoWds more close-"
State »S     lfc WaS a  °raClc in the
den fr^S- ? and melons are "f01"b"l-
tu£/7w & m,aay I)ersons so COMU-
f«« ^ .af the least indulgence is followed by attacks or cholera, dysentery, griping etc. These persons aie
not aware that they can indulge to
their heart's, content if they have on
hand a bottle of ,Dr. J. D. Kellogg's
Dysentery Cordial, a medicine that
will give immediate relief, and is a
sure cure-for all summer complaints
Senator Galhnger was talking about
certain shipping reforms that he has
i mind      These    reforms'," he   said
"would be made easily, would be made
^™ C-S' Yre -not human nat"re the
same in shipping circles as it is all
the world oyer. "By, that I mean that
the people n the wrong always 'ihlnk
the other side is in the wrong. They
^.l!k?,a Concord woman, whose son
enlisted for the Spanish-American war
Her son, a raw lecruit, was naturally
awkward at first. He was, in fact
the most awkward youth in his squad'
Nevertheless, his mother regarding
him as he marched away, amid music"
and .waving Hags, could hardly admire
enough his military grace    and skill.
fin    '      phn       nnt.-l *1__>t_        1 i
Oh,' she said, 'look, look!
all out of step but our Jim."
Minard's    Liniment
for    sale    Every-
The^ilReeley ^ Cure
'ib*t>   * bjj'jiif- •— »> i-     '     ;.
.  ... Is    v' /ft ^     -y-t  ,-* '.>   c-      - ^ r.
v,'rHas-.restored'-to health," pros-1 -'i.i
'.,     perity,, and'^happiness  500,000 ^ <J„
3A   .people,"'who were diseased and   . '"
*     --poisoned-from-the use of Ll-   . »K
t-'    QUOFt^and -DRUGS.   'Write    . ,
To-day,'»n"ow* and get the nee-      '
essary^ Information   about   It. • '!
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Vou will never have Comfort and'Sat-
Isfaction and Wearing Qualities In
your Working Clothes until you wear
"King of the Road77 Brand
DR. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited
17B King; St. W.   .,  Toronto, Canada
-\AS    IM    VJ    No    55 I
and note
ihe   Pure   Aroma of   the   Tea-
No Tea  can compare with GOLD
STANDARD.    That's why St is
uaranteed the Best."
ea*« ia»«e»8ec.}*»B9ett8«s(«»*ci9)is*«»4eeeoot»*a«s*s»c«(*
If it is a Question of Warmth use
f        It Retains Heat arid Keeps Out Cold.
Write for Samples and Prices
TEES & PERSSE, Limited, Agents, Winnipeg.
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P lUis-lird in thi, interest of the- people-
yl Moyu  and East Kootenay.
. h«* typesetting macliioef!. This wat
tried on the New York Sun during
the binke on "that p-iper some year6
ago but without success.
Olo Year..
James Cr-min   of   the   St.  Eugene
jnine nit the nail  listhi. on   the   hrad
when, speaking at lhe   se-i-aion  of   the-
, tariff commission   ai  .Nt-lbLiiJ   on   the
Jijlb Hist., he showed  the  ipeak   poiul
of the lead  bonny—nam. Iv, i'c ,iem
rtontXY natur.—and pleaeied for a permanent duty.    At   the   time*   of   thc
granting of the  present  lead  tjountj,
it wap'yery clearly pointed on I by Jbi-*-
paper that, whihs   jthp   pew incisure
would u fiord sonie tempor.ny rclle./   i>>
(he lead mining industry—as  it  mot I
.undoubtedly IiuisduuL~iCt it «.is bu
h   makeshift,   a   coinpromit-o   with   «
problem'which it liu'd   been   butter  to
meet and   grapple   with   boldly, and
that its temporary nature would, even
during its term   of existence,  pre vou t
<alike the  lead .mining   industry  and
lhe country as a whole, from  obtain-
-iug tho  fiill   benefit   of development
i  »       ' i    '
and  advantage which   a ,more  frank
' - r
and   feerhss policy   would ,havo  secured.—IB. C. Mining ^Exchange.»
' > ii,   "     <     ,   °  ,
The Niedi-rstadt appeal case will be
watched with keen iu,ere6t throughout Biilish Columbia, as it appears
.ii.H the rights of a brewer to sell hi*.
beei > is not clcuily defjued. Mi.
1 Nie-deistadt m<iy be ia the wrong in-
{this case, bul although a Duici-ni.ui,
te) use,a western phra-e, he is from
Missouri and l^ey iiave'to '*ehow liiin."
, Jtihn D R-^k/f«*He.r svys it is his
firm conviction trj-u evi*ry man's
downfall jh tiaccible, diroctly or ineli-
tectlv, tq IiIf goqel  fellowship.
"His -vish is to he one of tbo follows, to be not I'd for bis fellowship apd
lus good cheer amongst his iriends,
.•.ho come .»? quickly as they go.'   ,
"Wo have to apologize every day for
this   cla's     of   man.      lie   tills  our
esyhims.    Ho til's,our hospitals,   poor
'ioii3es',,ctJ)e very gutters of our &treets.
** -       '
Look on him, and don't be a good
fellow.".     ' "
Watch for the Snaps on. Fridays
and Saturdays. "They will change'
every week.
The Moyie   Drug-and  Stationery
Keep your eye on the  west' side of
the lake.
Finance is as  frenzied  as  ever—in
Everybondy's Magazine.', .
Moyie will be a second  Butle  some
day, for the mineral is  herp  to  maki*
i     i. ,
it such. .   , ,     j '
,     Moyie ,,18" becoming ' metropolitan.
We had a visit from a real live burglar
this, week. , ■  l
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,   „The bumper corn orop iu the State5)
gives assurance thai the corncob  pipe
will be as cheap as ever.      ■ .   ,
c- *- '      '     .
,. fhe .fJO   reward   has   not brought
back HusBell Sage's", lost cat.   Uncle
- Kussell should for once iorget his dis-
rf   .' .     .      '- ' i      -  v  ..
position to save money and  raise  the*
*reward^to'$10.5q; " '   '
oj (   '" ' . Ai .'    ,   , ,    ''
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.  .     '  '     -; '    , a    '        ,   ' '
* Thos. W. Lawson.-in   hia latest  in-
stallment. of, Frenzied" Finance,  refers
to   E.  A.  O'Fanell aa  an  "outcast"
'     , ' j r    *
newspaper man.   Now it ia'up to P. A.
to challenge L'awson to a duel.
"I would rather be an old maid with
false teeth than to bo tbe v.-ifo of^naany-
men I know. Think of a woman' tied
to a drunken, ,lazy wretch. Who
had rather not be au old maid than in
her place?"—Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
The emp'oyers of printers in Chicago are trying to break the strike by
using   typewriter   girls  for  operating
Setttle Times:    John D.   Jtockofel-
i <„
ler, stiind.ujA,   Yon have been charged
' i     e) >
with * beiuc   tho  possessor  of   tainted
money.    You have great   wealth ; you
own great .corporations; you  possess,
great estates; your lands are  countless
in acres) your bonds are as numerous
as the sands of tlie sea'; you can dom-
*,    jt it
inate''men and.women ; you can grind
their 8bul8,1until tbey scream in agony;
.. ' '      .
you canVwreck  wealthy  home.,  by  a
single command; you can punish your
enemies,   reivard( /your    friends,   do
countless things both   good  and  bad;
you can have  every  luxury  that  the
brightest minds of men can  conjure—
i        ... .,,'*.( j
but,   John   D.   Rockefeller,   are  you
a Ai r a
c,- Clinroli Servlcos.
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Phesbytjeiuan—In  (he. Oddfellows
Hall.1*'Sunday School at 3 p, m] "Evening   .serv.ice   at  7:30, r   ,'
'Everyone welcome. —,
. C. McDIAEMID, Pastor
, Methodist—Sunday School at 3 p
m!   Evening'-service at 7 :30 o'clocti.'
Everyone welcome.  -
D. Ml PERLEY, B. A., Pastor.
Lady Barber Shop
MISS LINDELL, Proprietress,
first Class   We>rk.    P*ath    Rooms in
Ce nueclion.
I. O. O. F.
jyggfcy^ iriidoy jcoaeo no* 41- j,
Mpets every Tupsday evening In their
hull   on   Victoria  street.   Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
P. Tl Smyth, F. J. Smyth,
Noble Grand. -     Secr'y.
Moyie   Miners'   Union
•No. 7!  W. F. of.M.     /,
\leet6 in McGregor hall every Saturday evening:, Sojourning memherb
are cordially invited to attend.
Wm. J. Fei,tham,(
Thos. E. Kelly,
, Secretary
Hamilton Watches are giving such
universal Nalisfacliou that we have had
.1 fap'ieial movement putfup for u^
which"is, known as "Tate's Speciil."
It is a,high grade movement, wliicl.
can be bought at a reasouuble,pricey
ind is guaranteed to be a good time
keeper. A    -r up       ' - .
,,, r '^,*.,.
^W. F. TATE & SON".;
^ - -,'   -1 -.        , i v' r* v    -    :
C. P. B. Watch Inspectors,'   -
, / '''"    ',cranbrook,'b1'c1
Meets on lhe  firs-t and tlnrel   Widmp
day of each niuiuli   al S P. At.
Worthy Pie-s.
-   Wojthy Secr'y.
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MOYIE. /jy
UNION MADE Clothing a Specialty.     ^
Wolsey Unshrinkable 'Underwear $
'    and W, L. Douglass' Shoes.' t
Trunks,, "Valises, Suit Cases,' Hats, Etc, ^
- ■ " ' '   p..f. jbjzjvsidjv \  '   "' 1
%. Thw Hotel is New and well Furnished   The I
t,      Tables are Supplied with the Best the
*       MarKet affords. The Bar is, Filled with'
the Best, Brands of Liquors andf Cigars
- Under' New
"    , ' Management.
*■ '■'''".
The Dining ^toom  is "-now  open,  lb<<<
i '. Bar' is .newly   supplied,  and
r , ,.   .every effort will be m.iele     ,
'       to give' satisfaction.,
J.* A:; GOUPILL;Fropr'
i    For Sale.      .'      ' '      „
The place known as   the  Dill .rnilk
rancb, 320 acres, good barn'house, and
water nearby.   Also two  draft horses,
harness, sleds, .wagon, etc.    '
1     r<   Apply to , . ^.      '   ?_
P   '   '• J. E.'Crowe, aioyie, B. C.
Of Cholera .irorbus with Ono Small iiottle
of, ChHinherliiin'H Colic Cholera and 1)1-
urrliuisa Kcmcily. Ir '
Mr. G. f-W. Fowler of Hightower,
Ala., relates an experence he had
while serving on a petit jury in a murder case at Edwardsville, county seat
of Glebourne county, Alabama.' He
say3 :,'• While there I ate some fresh
meats and some-souse meat and it
"gave_fne~ciiolera'"morbus in a very severe form. I was never more sick in
all my life and sent to th'e drug slore
for a certain cholera mixture, but the
druggist sent me a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy instead, saying that he bad
what I sent for, but that this medicine
was so much better he would rather
send it to me in the fix I was in. I
took one dose of it aud was better I five
minutes. The second dose cured1-me
entirely. Two lellow juiors were afflicted in the same manner and one small
bottle cured three of us." For Bale by
Dr. S. K. Harvie.
Stove fixer, and
'  Repairerl
Apply at'[Leader" office.
The Shoo   Dealer   who  sells
Muther a pair of Leckio Boots fo j
her Be.y will win tho whole foot
wear trade of thc fami- y.
Ai^k your dealer for Locki'|
BooU—vou'Il kuow them by th |
Trade Mark on the sole.
ma.ni; r,i c i e red uy
General Draying
Business done.
All kinds of wood
For Sale, Good
Satisfaction to
DKSAULNIKB BROS,    1-rc-pn.
Lur^e   sample   room   in   connection
(limited )
with houhe for commercial men.
of a-jcommodntions.
Headquarters   for   Com-
7 mercial and Mining Men.
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Fresh *and Cured Meats, Fresh*
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-, Fish, Game  and  Poultry."   We ■ ,
supply only   the  best.." Your
,   trade solicited. *        '       *• i*
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In 1 -.all, the   Principal
Cities ' and   Towns   in
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British Columbia:' ' ;
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B. C
Keg Beer, Bottled
Beer and .Porter
always on Hand.
St.   Joseph's   Convent.
NELSON, n. c.
xlotirding and Day'School  conducted by tlie Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson
B.   C.      Commercial     and    business
courses a  specialty.   Excellence and
swift  progress  characterize   each  ele
partment.    Parents  should   write  for
particulars.    One month  assures  the
public of   the   thoroughness   of   thi
Sisters' methods   of teaching.   Terms
commence January,   April  and   Sept.
Pupils are admitted duriuu term.
Ckanbrooi: and Moyie.
Queens' A^e.      I£0YIE
Embalmer and Undertaker,
MOYIE, b. o.
Phone 89.
Harvey  '&'  McCafter,
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Barristers, Solicitors; Notaries, Etc.
f . r y '
Cranbrook,* - °-   B. C7
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Barrister, Solicitor,'Notary 1'iililic, Elo
7 Cranbrook, B. C.
l-   Wholesale" V?ihe'. - -
, '  and J Spirit Mer-'!-' •
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\gent for Calgary Brewing Co.'si
Beer, Ale1 arid Porter.
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T. Label &' Co.'s ' "' " l    "
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Sthiitz\ aiid  Calgary;
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ITbre:gri and 'Domestic Wines, Liquor
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Cigars,      ^Tobaccos,     Confectionery,
u       ' .Fruits, Etc. ' ■      s
PARRELL BLOCK,. Victoria Si'.
Livesley & Baldwin,
Express and General Delivery Business. -, Livery and
Feed Stable.
British ColumS .
DR.'TF; B7MILES,    ' !
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Cranbrook, " , -     B" V&
George H. Thompson, .
"'-'7,  .Baji'ristkr, SoLfciToii/iro*
b-    -- ' <■ ttfry Public/&c. *   {, o   f ".
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•JRANBROOK,  ,   Biunsii Columbia.
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A. B;; Siewart & Go.
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' ,  t     Agent   for ;Crows'   Nest'
Steam Laundry.
♦      ' 7
Bread,-Piee, Cakes, Etc.        ' .
Twelve Loaves $1.
R. T. HOWARD, Prop!
- And Gents' Furnisher.
Fine   Suitings,   Overcoating*
Trousers,   Imported    Goods.     -
A Real Fair This Year
''Be(.ter rhan'Ev'cr.Befoia
/•."*■- ..The-TwelfthAnnual" /'■? "'- .
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SpokanP Ihti3rslat87 Fair
7.7 October 19^6^1 h, '190%A -V
^;7 770PENrDA^AND^NIGHX- *   :
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Ij/P-TOrD ATE 'Vaudeville Program Every .Ailernjoon' and   Evening
b'VBeautiful FRUIT"D1SPLAYS for' BiG CASH PRIZES'. ■' '
, - l   ' 'dd SPpKANE'KENNEL CLUB'S.iBig'Annu.11 Dog Show
- ;'/   '7.' "^INDIAN VILLAGE and INDX-1N".RA"CES aiid DANCES
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" .AVrite for Premiuin' Libt,1''
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1  * v. ,*;, *   ^4Wf   every'Convenience fbr'Working'MeV.'    <•> r   v,
SouthyVictoria St. .'''.' -^/'','7/ 7.'.  . j -' MOYIE.
9 -' '   ^ Wholesale 'Wines, Liquors l
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1    -and' Cigars. :       ll<,,,    tc
CRANBROOK, 7      ,     British Columbia.
ave Time
Seattle, Tacoma
Pacific   Coast Points
St,  Paul,   Chicago)   New  York
Palace  and Tourist  Sleepers,   Buffet,
Library cars, Modern Day coaches
, Dining   cars.     Meals
a La Carto.
Best M.eals on Wheels
Fast   Overland
For Tickets.  Rates,  Folders  and
Full  information, call on   or  address any  Grrat Northern Agent
7 or write      |
S. G. YERKES,     0- W. MAHONEY,
A. G. T. A. C.Y.& T. A.
Seattle,       701 VV. Riv.-rside   Av
Spakane,- Washington.
B. 0
30 Day Limit.
Choice  of Routes.   All Via.   Sumas,
Vane-ouver  to  Seattle,  Via. Victoria.
Dominion Exhibition Now West-a
minster, $20 35.    Tickets on   gale
Sept. 2*1 to Oct. 3, good to  return
till Oct 12.    Corresponding  rates
from othor Kootenay points.
Arrowhead   to  Vancouver    daily
from SepL. 20 to Oct. 26.
For Rales, Folders or Tickets Apply
to Local Agent.
J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.
..   Dial. Pass. Agt- 7 ' ,„.■*, Gsni Pns |Af,t
il   Kelbonj Vancouver.
We handle every thing Tin the Hardware line'
Also Cumberland blacksmith's coal,'powder,
' A > *•* "■
fuse and caps, oil, paints and glass, at
Dominion Exhibition
1005—September 27 to^October 7—1905
Under the auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society.
lew Westminster,     British Columbia.
Stupendous  and comprehensive array of Exhibits
representing the resources of all Canada.
$100,000     IN PRIZES     $108,000
Enlarged grounds, now handsome and spacious buildings.
CHAMPIONSHIP Aquatic and Lncros&o events,
ROYAL IRISH GUARDS and other Famous Bands.
GRAND WATER CARNIVAL—P.irae-e of Fraser river Ashing  fleet,   pa
boats, H.M. warships, Indian war canoesj   etc.
Indian  Sports. ,
For all information wrile
New Wesimipistor, B. C.
W, H. KEARY,    Secretary; and. • W*n«* .*'


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