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Array r  li*  ^JSTJD  RAILWAY    MKN'S   JOURNAL  Vol    XIV: NO.  44  REVELSTOKE B. C.   THURSDAY,  MAY 3, 1904  $2 OO a Year in Advance  DEPARTMENT   STORE.  nr.ACK c\r kraxd  CHICARO ROIlXFORC  HOSIERY COMPANY  KKNO--.UA, WtS  The famous Black' Cat  Hose for Boys' & Girls'  School wear. Thc good  wearing, good washing  kind, made with double  knees, toes and heels.   .  STRONG AND DURABLE  Saturday Evening we will  make a Special Showing of  Hosiery and Gloves and  have them so arranged on  tables to ensure easy picking  JUP2  -  Si  IS  Itlllll  t^^S*QvXiij*3L^^ss  Nm     Jju  SSSepligg  ^4lBE&SiiA/$33������  ���������4f/Y^3  irrm*t=������arxr���������im~a  OUR CROCKERY DEPARTMENT is in  good condition just now. We have just received an  importation of High Class English Bedroom and  Table Crockery.  io-Piece Bedroom Sett, nicely decorated, new  colorings   and patterns, at   per   Sett���������$3.00  io-Piece Toilet Sett, English ware, fine assortment  of colorings, very pretty designs, at per Sett  ���������$3.50 and $5.00.  12-Piece Toilet Sett, Royal Crown and Derby Patterns, exquisite colorings and designs at per  Sett���������$8.50.  97-Piece Dinner Sett, Royal. Crown-Derby patterns,  Elegant Colorings and New Shapes, at per  Sett���������$10.00.  97-Piece Sett Real English Semi-Porcelainc, in New  Tints and entirely New Designs.���������$12.  Perfect Colorings and Designs  -~v  (. 8. HUME & (0��������� Li  Department Store.  GREAT MAIL  ROBBERY  Jerry   Boyce   gives    Damning:  Evidence    Against     Lawyer  Bangs of  Calgary���������The Participation of Behan.  Regina, N. AV. T., May 3.���������Tlie preliminary hearing of Lawyer Bangs, of  Calgary, charged   with   complicity in  the   Wilcox   mail   robbery case, was  proceeded with yesterday.   The principal witness was B. G. Boyce, hotel-  keeper, of Gleichen, who is also under  arrest, charged with  being a receiver  of  a   portion   of   the   stolen money.  Boyce stated that, wliile living in Cal  gary in February last, he had borrowed ������2.000 from Bangs, and given him a  mortgage on some property at High  River.   He asked Bangs for the loan.  Bangs  said he thought he could get  the motley.     Two days later, he went  again   to   Bangs' office, and  gave the  mortgage for $2,000.     The money he  received on the  mortgage consisted of  Bank of Hamilton bills in denominations of   five and ten dollars.     Bangs  told   him   he   wanted   the   money in  order to buy a hotel in British Columbia, but   would   nor\  want it spent in  this part of the country.    Bangs further told witness that the money was  supposed to be part of that stolen from  the mail car, but that in British Columbia it would be all right, aud there  would   be   no danger about it.   The  witness went to British Columbia, but  made no arrangements about a hotel,  and,  instead, went to Seattle, where  he tried   to   exchange the money but  failed.   He. then returned to Calgary,  and saw Bangs, aud told  him he had  turned the   money .over-to some one  else,   who .was   known   as    Thomas  Behan.,   Bangs asked if the man *was  all right,'and witness had replied that  he was, and  thought Behan would be  able to get some   of * the   money ex  changed.   Witness had given^some of  the'money to Behan to have exchange  and had gone to the express office  Trout Lake Notes.  General Mnnager'JIendorson, of tho  Canadi.-rii Timber & Sawmills Ltd.  returned from the coast during the  week where he in company with  Presid.nt "Ward held a consultation  with the railway authorities relative  to transportiation on the lake. Asa  result of the conference the C. P. R.  will build a new boat and a slip will be  built al Gerrard, and the mill Co. will  build a car barge.  E. L. Kinman will start at once getting out the timber for the barge, the  construction of ���������. which will be started  at once.  The projected electric light plant is  being considered favorably and Mr.  Henderson thinks there will be no  doubt that Trout Lajce will be a well  lighted town before the snow flies.  ^  The mill is Hearing completion and  considering the great;, disadvantage  under which construction has labored  and the nnforseen difficulties encountered in the transportation of the machinery, great credit is 'due Mr. Henderson in having matters in such good  shape as they are at  present.���������Topic.  DEATH OF  SENATOR REID  Representative From Cariboo in  Dominion Upper House Succumbs After a Long Illness���������  Pioneer of B. C.  THE LILY GROUP  CHANGES HANDS  Group of Free Gold Claims  on Menhinick Creek has been  Acquired by a Development  Company. /  ed  to get a parcel, when he was arrested  He had some of the money in his  pocket at the time.  Cross-examined, Boyce told of an  interview after coming to Regi'na, at  which he had made a statement in  writing, and which was now in the  possession of Crown Prosecutor Johnstone.    ���������  Counsel for Bangs, before proceeding further with the cross-examination  asked Johnstone to produce the statement referred to by Boyce. Johnstone  was unable to do so yesterday, and  counsel being unwilling to proceed  without being- shown a written statement, the hearing was adjourned until to-day. -  Later���������Brings was committed  trial this afternoon.  for  Cclleen Bawn.  Rehearsals for Colleen Bawn. the  well known Irish drama which will'be  >erj5fFduWd"ih~tliFOpera House on'tlie  evening of Victoria Day, May 24th,  are being held regularly and with  considerable success. Mr. T. Dunne is  working hard to have the scenery  finished when'full rehearsals will take  place. The scenery will be the best  ever put upon the stage in this city,  the costumes are heing specially prepared for the play and Colleen Bawn  will doubtless lie the treat of the season. There is no doubt but a large  audience will reward the efforts of  those in charge. A general admission  of SI to any part of the house will lie  made, while children will be admitted  for half price. At the conclusion of  the performance a dance will be held,  for which no extra charge will be  made. ������������������  A mining deal of no small importance was consummated this week,  says the last issue of-the Camborne  Miner, when the Lily group, situated  on Menhinick creek, was purchased by  local investors, who have formed a  development company*" locally which  has taken over 'and amalgamated the  Lily and Canada groups; It is learned  that a large sum of .* l^cneyxhanged  hands in the transaction; tbe vendors  of the Lily group>.being Jas.-.Tobin, of  Beaton, and Chas. F. Lindmark and E.  M. Allum, of Revelstoke.- ���������  .The development company has  drafted out future development of  the property and will put a force of  men to work at once.  This is one of the many deals that  will take place here this summer. It  is pleasing to note that this deal has  been taken up by local men," who are  thoroughly acquainted with the values  of this camp; and will prove to outsiders that local investors have every  faith in the future of this camp and  are willing to invest their money in  the golden opportunities that exist  here.  -   Rosbland Woman Shot.  Rossland, May 3���������Mrs. Peter Clare,  wife of it respected miner, living on  Nickel Plate flat, was probably fatally  shot by accident in her own home on  Sunday evening. The family of Michael P. Villcneuve, ex-secretary of the  Miners' Union, were experimenting  with a Winchester repealing rifle of  22 calibre, and the bullet of the rifle  went tlirough the door of Clare's  ho"us^strikiTig_MrsrClar^iirtlie_^ht  hip, penetrating the bone and lodging  in the abdomen. An operation was  performed this afternoon at the gen-  eaal hospitiil, but the patient is in a  critical condition, and not likely to  live. The fatal shot was fired by Mrs.  Villeneuve, who is prostrated ovor the  accident.  The death of  Senator  James Reid  on Tuesday at his  residence  in  Vancouver,   was    not    unexpected.       It  has been   well  understood   for  some  time by his intimate friends that his  condition was   such   that   there   was  little   hope  for  his  recovery.     Last  November at Quesnel Mr.  Reid   met  with an accident, caused by a runaway  team iind received severe  internal injuries.   He improved  somewhat and  later left for Ottawa to take  up   his  senatorial   duties,   but  soon   became  seriously ill and w.vs taken to the   hospital for treatment. A month ago Mrs  Reid brought  him   home,  as   it   wo  thought the climate   and   home   surroundings might assist in his recovery'  But while the railway trip was  made  in comfort, Mr. Reid failed to improve  in health,  a serious  internal  trouble  having  developed,   probably as    the  result of the November accident.  Mr. Reid was 61 years of age and a  Cariboo pioneer. He was born in  Ontario, coming to Cariboo when  about 20 years of age. He mined and  worked hard at anything he undertook. He was express agent and postmaster at Quesnel for years, finally  opening a, general store; his business  there has grown .to large proportions.  His general store, which has been for  the past ten years in charge, as' has  his other Quesnel business, largely ot  John A. Fraser, supplies annually a  large number of prospectors,' miners  and ranchers. Senator Reid was the  owner of a flouring mill. that is operated every season, and the principal  owner of the river steamer Charlotte!  'that plies on the Fraser between Soda  Creek and Quesnel. He also held  valuable mining., interests and has  always taken a keen interest in the  forwarding of mining enterprises in  Cariboo. Mr. Reid was also owner of  valuable property in Vancouver, being  an owner in the Vancouver Transfer  Co., thc big block on Pender, lately  built, a handsome residence on Melville  street and other valuable properties in  Vancouver.    ,  Mr. Reid became a member of the  Dominion house in 1881, winning a  bye-election as a Conservative candidate. He was re-elected in 1882 and in  1880. In 1888 ho was appointed a  senator, succeeding Hon. Hugh Nelson, who became lieutenant-governor  of the province.  Mr. Reid was married to Miss Clark  of Ottawa, during his early political  career, and leaves two sons, schoolboys  of 10 and 12.  * .*t*. JT. JT, .'V. ftt fti fti 1*1*1 1*1*1 fti I  'X^ iJj **XJ '*' 'X 'J. 'a' '4.' IJ* '4,* T  BOURNE  Hay, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Feed Wheat,  Flour, Rolled Oats, Etc.  Bacon,  Hams,   Eggs,   Groceries  and  Canned Goods, Etc., Etc.  *tytytytytytytytyty  tyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY  BOURN  ������ MACKENZIE AVENUE.  ity tyty t$i ifr t$n$i t|l ffl ifr [ft ifr t|l t|i iti tft ifr tytyty ill l|l (|l l^l 1$  Eye   Exam in at io  Glasses fitted  by  the   GREAT   WEST   OPTICAL   CO.'S  SPECIALISTS   .-it   ALLUM'S     JEWELRY    STORE,  Revelstoke, Head Office of The   Great   \V<_*st   Optical   Co..  Ltd., Vancouver.   Capitalization Sioo,ooo.  All work fully Gcvered by the Company guarantee.  Football.  On Monday night a number of those  interested in football met' in Mr.  Schnider's rooms and formed a club to  be known as the "Rangers Football  Club of Revelstoke." The officers  elected were:  Hon. Pres.���������Mr. A. E, Kincaid.  President.���������Dr. Morrison.  Vice-Pres.���������Mr. IS. H. Lewis.  Secretary���������Jlr. Sohnider.  Treasurer���������Jlr. Hugh.  A committee was appointed to wait  on the grounds committee of tbe city  nnd arrange for regular nights of  practice.  The secretary was ��������� instructed to  write to Calgary and other cities and  make arrangements for matches during thu season,  Another Gold Brick.  Barclay Crilly came over from Camborne on Sunday night bringing with  him a gold brick worth over $2,000  which he expressed to Helena, Mont.  This is the result of the bi-monthly  clean up at the Oyster-Criterion property of the Great Northern Mines  Limited. Mr. Crilly says the ore body  is improving both in size and values.  The mill has now been in operation  about six months and during that  time hus only been shut down for five  hours. Another ten stamps will be  added in a short time. This can be  done at a very light cost as at the time  of installation it was provided for.���������  Trout Lake Topic.  New Chwang- Captured  London, May 4.���������The Chefoo correspondent of the Daily Chronicle sends  the following under yesterday's date:  " The Japanese landed troops and  attacked and captured New Chwang  last evening. The Russians fell back  to protect the railway."  ���������Call at C.  vegetables.  B. Hume & Co's for fresh  Bachelors "At Home."  The Bachelors annual "At Home,"  which is always looked forward to  with pleasure, took place in tbe Opera  House on Thursday evening last and  was- largely-attended;��������� The ��������� Opera  House was gaily decorated for the  occasion with flags and bunting,  tastefully draped around and across  the ball room, while a number of beautiful plan Is were arranged across thc  front of the stage. About 75 couple  participated in the event, who without exception, congratulated the  Bachelors warmly on the success of  tlieir efforts, as it was in every respect  a grand social success. The floor was  in excellent conditiori and the Revelstoke Orchestra provided music for  the following programme:  Extra Waltz.  1. Lancers.  2. "Waltz.  3. Two-step.  4. Waltz.  5. Schottischc.  0.   Waltz.  7. Lancers.  8. Two-step.  0.   Waltz.  10. Two-step.  11. Lancers.  12. Waltz���������Leap Year.  13. Two-step.  14. Waltz.  15. Schottischc.  10. Two-step.  17. Waltz.  18. Two-step.  10. Waltz.  20.   Two-step.  At midnight an adjournment wa.s  made for supper. During the interval  a numoer of extras were played by  willing volunteers after which the  programme was resumed and dancing  continued till 3 a. m.  Summer Train Service  During the summer months there  will be four transcontinental tiains in  and out of Vancouver daily. The  times of departure and arrival of C. P.  R. express trains as compared with  the service now prevailing, have been  materially altered.  Under the new time bill the fast Im-  [jerial Limited express will leave Vancouver on June 18, and the first from  Montreal will start out on .Tune 13.  Imperial Limited train No. 97, leaving  -Montreal at 9:40 p.m. on any stated  day,, will reach Vancouverat 10:40 a.  m." on the sixth day thereafter. Imperial Limited train No. 93, leaving  Vancouver on any stated*day at 5:30  p.m., will reach Montreal at 7 a.m. on  the sixth day thereafter. Transcontinental train No. 1, leaving Montreal-  at 9:10 a.m. will reach Vancouver at  7:15 p.m. on the fifth day thereafter,  and transcontinental passenger No. 2,  leaving Vancouver at 7 a.m. will arrive at Montreal at 0:30 p.m. on the  fifth day thereafter. The time between  Vancouver and Montreal where connection will be made for Seattle, is a  day less than the present time of  trains Nos. 1 and 2, and nearly equal  to the Imperial Limited time of last  year, which was furnished by a triweekly service.  Local passengers who are frequently  on the road will do well to note that  none of the trains will stop during  night runs at intermediate stations,  such being served during the daylight  by train following. Train No. 90,  which is the Seattle connection at  Mission Junction for the East and thc  Kootenay connection at Revelstoke,  will not stop locally after leaving Mission Junction, but on the day following" i ts~dc~p~arture��������� fro"ui"~here���������i t~wi 11  serve in daylight the section lying between Revelstoke and Laggan and  points east of the latter place during  its daylight runs. Train No. 97 will  serve the sections from Laggan to  Kamloops, and will not stop at intermediate stations west of Kamloops,  except Mission Junction, where connection will bc made for Seattle. No.  1 will not stop at intermediate points  between Laggan and Kamloops, but  will serve all stations from the latter  point to Vancouver. No. 2 will serve  all stations from Vancouver to Revel  stoke, but will notstop at intermediate  stations between the latter point and  Laggan. AH tiains will connect at  Westminster Junction with trains for  New Westminster.  0 CONTROL  The Great Northern Mines���������,  The Wealthy Meat Packer of  Chicago    Offers   to    Buy   51  *  per cent of Shares.  J. . G.   Devlin   has  returned from "a  two mouths* trip .to tlio ea.st, says the  Nelson-Daily News.     "Wliile away he  visited  Toronto,   Montreal,   Ottawa,  Chicago and other points/  In Ottawa  he sold  S2G.000'worti^of the stock of  the Great Norther;: "Miues   to people  there and says his trip wassuccessful.  In  Chicago   the   specimens   from the  Lucky   Jack   and   the   Swede group,  which he and  Phil   O'Coin-or brought  with them, were placed on exhibition  in  the Auditorium hotel where they  attracted the admiring attention of a  large number of   people.     Old miners  declared it to be the largest exhibition  of   nuggets   they   had seen for years.  Through   a   mutual friend Mr. Devlin  was   introduced   to   Mr. Cudahy, the  wealthy meat packer of Chicago", who  after   the    properties of   the   Great  Northern mines had been described to  him   said   he   would   purchase'51 per  cent of   the shares   of   the" company  after the   properties of   tlie company  had been   favorably   reported   on  bv  his expert, Mr.   Parker.-   Devlin  left:  Miv   O'Connor   in   charge   and  came  west to hunt up Mr.  Pool in order to  ascertain if he and hi.s associates would  consent to sell the control of the stock  of the Great Northern .Mines.  4,000 Russians Killed  St. Petersbuho. May 3.���������In a report received by the Emperor from.  Gen. Kuropatkin under to-dav's date,  jt is stated that from 3,000 to 4.000 men   .���������it least were killed in"tlie Yalu  river  fight.  Traveling in the Air.  San Fka.ncisco, May 3.���������Dr. August  Gareth, accompanied by tin assistant,  started today in his airship on a trip  to San Jose, 50 miles south of this city.  The ascent was made from the grounds  in llth street, near Market, where the  ajrial craft lias been located for some  time. After reaching an elevation of  seveial hundred feet, Dr. Gareth, the  inventor, who acted as helmsman,  caused the airship to circle, and move  in various directions, demonstrating  that it was under control. He then  headed it soutli, almost directly against  the wind.and started on a bee line for  San Jose, at which city he hopes to  make 11 landing. The airship, obeying  the force of its light motor,;made good  progress and was soon out of sight.  Ten Thousand Thirsty Souls.  At the recent municipal election*  Toronto Junction voted in favor of  local option and Saturday was the last  day under the license law and many  were the interdicted individuals there.  The last day's business was a record-  breaker with the ho'cls in the factory-  town. Tt being election day in Toronto  and closed bars being the order of the'  day. a quota of about 10,000 thirsty  souls went out from the city seeking  the drinks which it wim reported were  to lie "given away" at tho Junction.  But it was not so. Such were the  crowds that filled the seven hotels  that places at the bars were at a premium. The streets wore crowded with  men in various st-- ges of intoxication.  The police of lli.tt town, aided by  "specials" had hard work to preserve  a very respectable imitation of order.  A number of arrests were made and  in one^instance to quell a disturbance.  Chief Royce had to give the crowd a  look at his revolver.  Lacrosse.  In anticipation of their match with  Kamloops, the team of the local  lacrosse club, arc practising diligently  and in order to eiithii.se the boys all  lovers of the game, whether players  or not, are cordially invited to attend  the practice games. The latest invitation for a match comes from  Calgary.  Certificate of membership tickets for  season 1004 are now out and can bc  procured from the Secretary or at  the Canada Drug Sc Book store.  Canada's national game has met  with favor in the United States, clubs  having been formed in Seattle. Tacoma and. Everett: Seattle will crosa  sticks with Nanaimo oh Empire Day"  y'fl  ^ggfaagasr.wrereg"'-''' !l^!������������H->H;**������*H-������3-:*������.H^H(j*;K*<>H!'������  Vii  <e>  Father's  Sveetheart  would  ��������� r:-*>rK*^:<v^;������:H<>*:K������':K**:K'frMi'<>^**5'<t; I  'iin  as  Idono."  ���������Time      forgets,   and   breaks  things,  | but she is; n good girl really.  When -Mies Morrcll camo to look at i    T,10     nQXl     nftorl,oon  Miss  Worrell  rhe  houso      next  to  ours  she  seemed I ^.^   Jnc   to   ,ako   the   boys   in       to  quite  nice. .She  smiled  very  pleas-, u���������x       r   to,(,     her   Umt   j   Wus       tQO  at:y  when   rhe  asked   for*  tho      key;,, but tho bovs  wanted  to  bo,  so  and   tvhilo  slio   v.'us  (Itnvn   tlio  gru'itoiij,    lo,     thcm T, 1U.Q      llot.  oU,  she   pio-ed      .some   apples   arid   tlnvw i  thenr over to Bob and Tommy. They  boys tho rest.    I offered Jane    some,  but  she  would  not  touch  them.  "Not if I was starvin', and' a bite  would snve me!" she said. "I'vo  got eyes in my 'end, Miss Molly;  she'll     never    do by  'hn  as    you've i wns going  descriptive      nrticles  for Tho      Dally  me anyhow.    I suppose you  call it hysterics.  I was better next morning, but  Jane made mo have breakfast in bod.  Father was very worried, because he  to Scotland to do some  were not hor apples really, because  she had nor. taken tho bouse, but i  tho'.icht ii was kind of lier. So i  call-xl ifh'.'ii she moved in. Mother is  dead, so I have to call. Father i.s  Frank 'Mnrchunt, the celebrated author, r.nd I nm Molly. I -.vas fifteen i  in .lune, and Misr. Morrcll wan thirty-  one, she said. She must have mount  '.v.-ty-oiie, because she and father were  boy and girl together, she told mo,  and  ho  In  forty-three.  "Be was such a nice boy," she  s.iid. "He'd have doiie well it hu  hadn't  been  so  clever,  poor  fellow!"  "If he wasn't clever ho couldn't  write  his  stories,"  I  pointed   out.  "What's the good of writing stories  if you can't sell theft."?     Clover  have   no   R?*nso!"  enough to know better. She gave  them three sorts of cake for ten.  tliey said, nnd sixpence each. She  liebed them with their lessons, too.  bi^t. I found a mistake iu one of  Bob's sums.  "Ah!" father said, when I showed  it to him, "sho never wa.s good at  nrithmotic: but she had a wonderful  head   for business."  "I'd rather bo good, than good nt  business." 1  told him.  Father smoked his pipe for two or  three mimit.es. then ho laid it down.  "She is good, too, Molly." h" s.iid.  "I could' tell you something--'*:  tell you, because I want you to  her. She waa in lovo with n nan  onco���������thoy      wero   only   boy   and   girl  Lyre, llo began to writo out a telegram to say that ho couldn't, go; but  I told him I was (iiiito woll really,  nnd Jane promised to look nfter me.  "like a mother."    So he went.  When lie said good-bye he gave ni"  n note for Miss Morroll. "Ask her  to wire 'yes,' or 'no,' then I shall  know what to do," ho said. "Oood-  b.ve, deal* old girl, tie sure to telegraph if you want 1110 hack."  lt k-o'vs a dreadful thing to say,  but 1 felt ns if I never wanted father  back again. If I hadn't loved him  no, I believe I should have hated  H111. Vou would understand if yon  had known mother, or even if you  knew whnt I think of hor.  T told .lane about tho letter, and  she said anyone could tull it was c  proposal; and if sho was we she  would burn it. I wan a good mind  to. but. whon I asked Dick hc said.  11 I "it     wouldn't    be   cricket."     So       I  men  rca'ly���������and  he was  in  lovo witli  hor.  j There  wa.s  a  misunderstanding,     and  I am  afraid  that'is true,   but      of j h0  wont  away,  and  got engaged     to  course I would not say so; and I got ; someone else.    One day he came back  up  to      p?o.        '"Father  is  more than {nnd   found   out  what  a.  foolish  clever," I told her.     "Ho is tho best! take ho had made.     He-would  1111s-  havo  man thnt ever wns, and the kindest J broken tho engagement off, but she  I will not listen to anything'against'wouldn't lot him. So he married���������  hrm; and I think perhaps it would br*. ithe other woman."  Letter if you did not call." |    T   could     hnve   screamed   to      hear  I know'it was not polite lo say ihim speak or mother liko that; but  that, but oven mother was not po-|l bit nry lip instead. "Ir* I had been  lite, if anyone spoke against father,    j the���������the   other     woman,     I wouldn't  Miss Morroll only laughed and took-bave wanted him, if ho hadn't want-  hold  of my  arm.     "Tut-tut,  child!  I .-od inc."  think well"enough of your father. t j ".She didn't k'now, dear. She nov-  ftincy he Iras a very good littlo jm* knew right- up to the timo that  daughter,  too.     Now  sit down      nnd!she died.  havo another- tea-cake."  Thev were very ni.eo tea-cakes, and  she mado tlrem herself. She gave mc  tho recipe, but mine, did not turn out  the st-mc.  Slie was watering her flowers whon  father walked  down  tho garden  after  tea.     TTo  did not notice  her,  because |���������liis'wifo-is d<md  ho  was  worried  about  n  plot.       He |Miss Morroll."  had found a way of getting tho hero'j    "I   don't     know  aud ��������� heroine'-.off  a  precipice,   but     ho ;-}iis pipe slowly,  could   not     think  how   to  got      them  does������������������"  on!     She enrne and  watched him nv- |    "Jt  will     servo    him  or  the. wa'l.     She  hud  tiro* water-pot! clr-rod.     Then      I went  in  one hand,  and  some weeds in the .shrubbery  and  cried  You���������he pretended he liked  her all  thn  time?" a  "Fo did like. her.     Sho was a nice  women���������a  very     nice  woman,   only���������  you  will  understand,  dour,  when you  arc  older."  "1 understand- now," I said.     "My  So he will marry  '     Father  I hope so.  right,"   I  de-  down in tho  other,   and   she  Wore  an   old   hat  liko  .1  l-.lnrV.  basin.  "Sti'l up iir -the clouds, Frank?"  she called nt last.  Hc stkrted and turned round; then  he hold out his hand und . laughed.  "Mary! .Well, T never! It's good  to  look  at you  again."  1 did not want to listen, of course,  and Dick was whistling nt the front  gi-.te. so I went out witli him. (Ho  is Carson Major, rind wo aro chums.  He is not silly, like other boys).  "I don't care for that woman," I  told him; but ho only laughed and  said I needn't bo jealous. He is an  impudent  boy.  Wo went round Love Lane, and'  camo home across tho brook. It. was  swollen ��������� with tho ruins, and I could  not find a place to jump it. So Dick  had to wndo and curry me. and it  was quite dark when we got in. Fa-  ther was still talking to Miss Mor-  re!I o������er the wall, and hadn't mado  the buys do their home-lessons; and  they wero watching out of tho window.  "Father's got a sweetheart, Molly,*'  Tommy  criod.  I do not often lose my temper with  t're boys,  but I boxed  his ears-quite  hard.     I was  sorry  directly  could   not  say  so,   for   fear  cry  "If ever you liko someone else, bettor, Dick," I said when I told him,  "you're to toll mo. I wouldn't marry you for anything if you didn't  want to. '. Promise mo������������������' No, no.!  It's no use saying" you will always  like mil best, because you can't be  sure.    Promise mo."  Dick looked very serious, and whistled to himself, for a long time. ? Ho  does that when ho-is thinking. "I  believe you're right, kiddie," ho  said at lust, "I promise."  "On your honor?"  TTo    threw   liis     head   back   a  little.  like'''"vo **- *������ '''I11 *-n l'������ "���������'���������'hat he liked  with, ."(id ho took it in to Miss Mor-  ro'l. She 'asked him to take a tehv-  grnm to send off to father, but he  told her that he would rather not  have  .-inyl'iing  tb   do   with- it. He  saw lier- write, and it was "yes." He  wouldn't look nt me when ho told  me, but he snid a lot. of nice things  nbout ine, and how good I was to  father and thc boys, and I -shouldn't  have to live with her very long, bi-  cause ho was growing up. I think  anybody would liko Dick. He "is so  kind. Jane was viu-y kind, too, and  didn't evon grumble at Bob when he  knocked oyer her pail of water.  "I'd hnvo liked to box 'is oars,"  she said; "but I thought of you, jou  poor dear. More'n d mother you've  been to them, an. '0 ought 'o be  ashamed of 'issolf, iho marslcr  ought."  in the afternoon I sat down iu tho  garden darning, the boys' socks and  Miss Morroll camo and stared at mo  over the garden wall. "You', dou't.  look well., child-," she said.  "I am quite well, thank you," I  told. her.       -.'���������-'.���������':-   / "  She put up Her eyeglasses and  looked at me. "You're too young to  look after a house," she said abruptly* .'���������'  "Anyhow," I said, "I have looked  after it. I don't suppose I'have: done'  vory well,7 but I- havo done rny "bus'...  No doubt you could do bettor. but  would (ind it. vory different to liavim  only yourself." I thought t would  let, her see that I understood.  "I daresay I should." She Mghed,  but she did not seem cross. "Do you  know, ..Molly, sometimes J. wish I liti'd  others to work for. Don't you tliu.k  1. could,-help, you?''  "I don't want any help,'' T said;  "mid if I did, I'd rather not have it.  You see. I promised moth-jr. .She  wouldn't want anybody else 1.0 do  things for father and the hovr- 1 '.lv  me."     1   looked .straight''.at'her.   aiul  1   AbOUt the l  i     ������������������������������������ ���������  SHOUT CUTS,  There aro no short cuts to good  housekeeping���������except for tho women  wiih i.lo.ity of money and a husband  willing she should s* end it for* labor-  raviiig uppliames and a good, .stout  gi.l to wield them, writes a corros-  poiK.'oiit. They  say  t!.e  timo      is  coining when Milady can :,it in her  easy chair and prc.-.s a button antl  ti e work will be tioi.o for her. Hut  for the woman of moderate moai-s  thoro aro 11 groat many littlo things,  costing but a ttille that will help tb  muke hour-.CYork a groat deal  easier  Sad  doesn't it? As a friend raid: "If  my lamps don't got cleaned in the  forenoon, thoy wait until r.cxt day,  for I will not work in thc kit; hen in  tho afternoon." I'm thinking if she  had somo families to work for she  would be glad to get hor work dono  In timo to crawl into I ed at night.  Tho'o'a'o ro many things    coming  up  in  housekeeping one  can't    have ,  an     iron-clad     rule to  work by��������� at i  least I can't.      "The well laid plans :  of     mire  und  men  gang nft  agloo," !8unK.  1  lin-d that women's plans      nreitcrvals,     Ono  of the two,  Olgn      by  t  to   do   tho  same     thing! name, chanced  ono evening to  TKAGIC STOHY.  A Russian      Girl  Student's  *    "Romance.  Romances in real lifo aro by 110  nrciuis rare in Kussiu, but- a some*  what unusual one hus just reached  its third and last act in a cosy littlo toom in tho students* quarter of  St. Petersburg. Two. girl students  okod orrt nn oxistoncc by giving les-  and attended lectures in tho in  filled  If he  "All nry promises  are  on  honor,"  hi ,   ,  said.      1   do   like   to   hear   him   spi?ak jsh^shook hoMic-ad  liko that. I  I  did  not  say  any  more  to   father j  about Miss Morrcll. but I. mado" what |  we   called   "mother's   cake"   for   tea, |  Wo  were   children   together,"     slro  said,   "she   ami*  your   father  air 1       I.  I don't think she would mind n.i "  I  gathered      tho  socks  and . amrola  "I  -.hirr::,**    I  nd     y(.*u   very  and     put? all? her     photos  about  tho!together, and got up.  rooms    to     remind  him  of her.     He!saic'-.','ch'-!      woukl    ml  took up the one whore she is holding'"1", , ,    . .  ���������    -������������������   -     ������������������    1    Miss Morroll  looked surprised     and  hurt,  "you   don't  like  :,?re,   'Jolly?"  she asked.  "No," I  told  her,   "I don't.      Ycu  havo .sent   the  telegram  to  lather.     I  some music,  long time.  "She used  th*������ Worrells'  ono whore she is holding;  and looked at it for  to sing a great deal  at j  "  he Said.     "Mury used I  to accompany.her.    Wo must ask her;  in.     Sho .will like to hoar you c sing 1  some of tho old songs."  "I dou't want to sing mother's old!  but      Ijsongs to anyone  but you,  daddy."  I.  I  should ; said.     "Gome and-play- for mo,     and ���������  So I went upstairs to take off jl'n  sing: ���������Afterwurds.'"   You  can  put J  my  hat.       When  I  camo  down  Dick 1 it  down a nolo,  and think it is nro- !  had    Tommy  on  his knee,  doing his [ther singing." ; '���������  Ins:, svai. ���������   Thore  were  whito. smears j    People sny that my deep notes nro  penno-s  or.  his  face   where  hc   had  cried,   and, like mother's, but of course I do  not   <=',r"''"  siiig so well as she did.  ���������'You  can sing  that  just  like your  mother,   dear.     Thank  heaven,      ypu  can't  feel  it'quite  like  she  did���������Ah!"  j  nigi-t  !hat  <  h. tiny'of us go without'-'such  rather than ask for thcm, or uu-cr  the li.isuu en notion tliat wo arc  t.'iving s-jiuotl.ii?g. Wei, ].'e.]iiij*s wo  aie wiving a littlo in 'dollars and  lonts, but. how about tl.o wii'o's and  mother's limp an'd ttrength ? lt  .*.eon.s to n:e tl.cy are worth more,  to l.or family, tl.an tho small sums  mI.o .va\es by going without things  si e nec's. For i, stance, 1 turned  pancakes for years with a knife until  1 was just going to have a pancake  turner. I got it���������cost 10 cents, and  find it. a labor-savor.  Orre .vliort cut is to begin the day  rig t by Laving breakfast on lime,  W. kli means -whenever the men are  loady for jt. A man doesn't care  whether, the sweeping and dusting  are lone or not if i.e has meals on  time. I prefer to get breakfo.it thc  night before���������that is, haNo evory-  tl.ilig ready. I need not mention ti.e  dilVc.ent tilings wo can do, but ono  tl i. g I want 'to lay purlieu.ar cm-  l-hai-is on. See Unit t: 01 0 is plenty  of hot water, in.tho tctvkobUc. Thon,  (il\or esei-ybody is ic.,Jy for breakfast^  all      hands will  not have      to  and  quite      ii)    How oflon wo t! ink at night  "Now, tomorrow 1*11 do such and  such a piece of work," aud when tomorrow comes other things come up  to do that must be dono and our  plans and our system, where aro  thoy?  Thore.is so much to do���������in housework���������and so few short cuts, that  it is as hard to writo on thc suli-  j joct ns it is to do the work and  things j ! avo it all como in whore it belongs-.  Things must all hc dono in just  nLot;t such a wny. If one could always stay young, ono oould gel work  moot  a young mun of vory good fumily .ut  lho house of an actiuainlniico, and  saw heaven in his blue eyes. He, too  aaid it was lovo at first sight, and  bliss for over nftor. Tho pair subsequently was much of each othor. In  a few weeks their affection assumed  tho traditional form of an engagement, and tho wedding day was* fixed  for tiro end of January.. Kings wore  exchanged, friont.'s informed, und domestic arrangements mndo for the  coming union. That, in brief, wus  the I'rut act.  .,,.-- , , ��������� Olga, of course, had no secret from  out of the way, so much quicker. I|aiuia, whom sho introduced as soon  used to wash, mop, churn, bake ami * ns ���������he could to hcr boU.oU,cd as her  LT ,?,l ln, ������P? 1cray_1,WO,,,ty.t J ������'usi bridesmaid-elect. And at this point  ofAZ. ni'.i'\t . ,���������X Cn" t  '"?,^ ���������a"y   tho cross-purposes, of Fate  began  to  ������,?^    *J       ���������V������ ���������������.e      > "10  bl'   'W������W  ������������  u>������    wnrP of her life.  f-oino    short     cuts  to  housokoe;;,nff- An , * Nid].  that would  not slight  tlo work.too  much I would bo. vory thankful.  DOMESTIC RECIPES.  You.Pt Cake���������Four cups light broad  sponge; llu co eggs; tl.rco cups b( own  yugar; one cup , s*!iortoi.*ir.g; one and  Ono-h'alf teaspoonful soda; one teaspoonful baMng powder add fct.it change of vows was ratified in  ..cs to  taste,  and flour to stir us \ crct,  but Anna could  rrot  keep  ours; loss, of course, sho corrld not  be. Friendship is 'said to bo lovo  without wings; but in this case the  wings-grow vapidly. In a. word, the  bridegroom and the bridesmaid-elect  conceived a violent passion,for each  other, and thoy swore that death  alone should part thcm. This ex-  - ��������� ��������� ��������� so-  tho  stilt as ordinary cake.'  Try in small i fateful fact from hor dearest    friend  patty tin.      This Jitbjrs  moist    longjto whom one evening sho unburdened  lime.      Half  the  rocepc -makes     two  small bars.  Omelet.���������Yolks of two eggs beaten  until light colored and thick; two  table.sjioor?fuls of milk; 0110 salt  spoonful ea.h of salt, and popper,  lioat the whites; until stiff, cut    and  wail, for wator to heat to lill u;i-the ] fold      them  lichtly  into  the     yolks  until just covered.     Put a teaspoonful      of  butter  into   the   frying-pan,  coiToe-ijot-TS-iu.il things have hoH'cn-  ed ! Before si tli; g down to any  meal, bo sure there is .water in re-  f,oivoir or .toaheltle to l.ont for di: h-  walbr.   That is a dcii.ied short cut.  I do not pretend to be a model i  housekce'per��������� far from it.���������but I always have plenty of dishwater. When  letu'y to watli���������'-... tho 'dishes, 7 take  plOi.ty of hot soap, suds, .sol the pan  on a chair near the dii.ing-rooui table, put cups, saucers, -.'spoons,, knives  and forks/, yos, and plates, too, if  tho: e ar e hot too many, and -tliey. aro  not too greasy���������into the pan, got an-  otl or chair, .sit down, 1 avo plenty  cf good ,1 lean wipitg towels (another 0110' or tho little holjis women are  inilir ed to do without), ha**e yotr  dishcloth irr the pan .*o if any dish  needs a littlo washing you can use  it.     Now, wij>c out tho diihes.  I-a?y ? No���������just nn easier way of  doing, fat's all. Not no.,t ! 1 usoj  to think so; thought rny dishes must  be washed in soap suds and scalded  in ; lenty of hot wator, .but I wash  tl om this way now nnd my dis" cs  nlwn.\s >jhine and aio never-sticky.  It takes more 'Cif-.h towels, hot I'd  rather wash., towels than stand 7 and  wash ..'dial.os in tlie old way.  Oi e moLl important ti.i.ig is have  "a place for every tiling nnd eve y-  thing7 in its place;" Ever hear that  before'? It's old, but it's true. I  find it lakes moro time to hunt for  things laid down where ono used  ll em lasl than it docs to go and j  put    thcm    wlie-o  thoy belong when I i"a7jlispoonful  'her brenst. The two girls, mad with  grief, wopt together on each other's  nocks at the tnought that life was  but a galling load.- At last-they determined that otic of them must  dio, und as suicide wns repugnant to  each, they hit upon tho plan of drawing lots, tho drawer of the black ball  lo bc shot by the pistol of her friend.  Tho third act was played  in Olga's  pour  in  the  mixture.      \\heri  broiyn l,.^   g',^' '^ betrothed," u'iid "Anna  tCV'drv       ������'Cn ^ m������mCnt W  1Ct U'0jhad  spent  several  hours of the night  Till lira    rud'ding.-rut into      ono   *������8?t,,ur  !"   co",?saLio"   ttt thc,  tC,a"  CT Itnrilr*    niifl   nn     ibe  vorrriy  mans  dc-  ovolvei*  drown,  cd  just in  decreeing     that  l-iocn     becomes   clear,   jjeat      uio. -    Id dio.     Tho* friends thorn-  yolks of four eggs with  ono cup    ofll,P������n embraced each other, nnd    then  sugar and one lenspooiiiul of v^'Tln j Olgn- faised thc weapon to the temple  Stir this into  the tapioca (boili*g).  iniio.u    i���������������..,s;-n,i  mn,      unit 1       , , the young  man*  quart of ini Ik two-thirds of a cup of; nowly-pirchased  rev  tapioca  that has  been  soaked     oicr  '     V   , , 1  .1     1 ,t��������� .1.  night.      One     salt  spoonful   of  salt. | l���������f taku������ out    alvl  thp lot& ,h  Sot on back of tho Move until    tl-.ol''ate st'l'"'0<  tni-iocn     becomes   clear.   Deat      tlio jAnn^ ^;.,0"|  Dent, tho whiles vc y stiff, adc"i-g  table spoonful'of powdered sugar to  oaiji nl.ite, and flare on the pudding  shortly   befoio  serving.  H'INTS   TO   HOUSEKEEPERS.  "When the whito of nn egg is used,  the yolk is often left to harden uibri  is then thrown out. A teaspoonful  of cold water poured into llic eggshell will keep it sofo. If hardened, ]'..v ,. .,,  beat in a little milk and the yolk ' "c|" *-'1,Sm'.V.  may bo 'made usable again. Whiles  of eggs "must be kept covered if nut  used at once.  Jn muking gingerbread, if thc mo-j  l.is cs and butler ure heated togoth- j  cr before the other ingredients aro |  ad'dod  lho cake will  Lcniccr.  ���������  Except where otherwise specified, a  coffee cup is lire usual size intended  irr recipes. Measure everything in  the same sized cup. A salt-spoonful  is ono-fourlh of a loaspoonfiil; two  teaspoonfuls are . equivalent to a  Two cui;fuls malio a  a  teaspoonful.  For overy  use to  whicli bran'dy  is  of her friend. r Anna stood motionless  liko a statue, with-hor eyes fixed upon her executioner. Suddenly tho  latter turned the mouth of the revolver towards herself, pointed it'nt hor  heart, pulled tho trigger, and fell  dead. Anna, horrified at wdiat she  saw, snatched the smoking pistol,  land aimed a bullet tit her own heart.  |Dut as hor hand wns slinking sho  j could rro't hold the weapon in position, and tho' hnllul only wounded  While she wns endeavoring to (ire - ngnin the neighbors,  I aroused by the reports of firearms,  !had burst into tho room. To tho  ] cemetery and tho law courts belongs  the epilogue of this tragic story,  which has caused a sensation in academic quarters of St. Petersburg.  ordinal iiy  put    in     rooking.      boiled \ ciderit   thai  ono is  through  using  tlrem..    Those I j-'^"*About'    sixty   drops  equal  who do  their own work find  it very' ������������������.������������������������  necessary     to  1 ave things just     as  handy as post-iblc.  Have plenty pf the little things,  such cs (.ipr.crs, pans, basins, etc.,  that ��������� we,, ai 0 so apt'not to, hnvo, I  knew a woman ence who lived in a  nice brick-house, .but for 'months had  no ("ishpan or large dipper. Her hus-  bar.d   grumbled     when   asked   lo   buy  COJTVICTS GET THE NEWS.  Mystery  That Puzzles  the    Prison  Authorities.  IIow prisoners communicate wiih  ono. another is ono of the mysteries  of the state prisons  cider is just as good. lioil sweet  ri.-'er till .reduced to one-fourth its  original, volume.  A little (lour sifted over suet: will  prevent the pieces sticking together  whi'e   bei g   choj-n'cd.' '  Trv oul the loaf lard  in the oven  Hero is an in-  occurred  at  Durmoniora  as  I  wiped hirn  with my handkerchief.  "1'ick'n triven ma a penny, Molly,"  l:e it?.id, n;id grinned*, at me. Ho is a  t-in-i Kttlif boy, and never bears rna-  lj<i... j    "I'll   try  to   feel   it  as  much  Dick didn't look at'me. and I jean.���������No, in E.flat, dear������������������"  thought he was cross. I did not get 1 i]c nodded. and played the sym-  rrp to co to tho door with him. but f phony softly. It is liko a dream, and  hc tilted me out of my chair, so I j father plays so beautifully. I thought  had  :o iro. -��������� jof  mother*,  and  took  a  deep  breath,  "t:h, Dick!" I told him, "I wish   I-and  began*.    ifairri:'"' ""^^ .==^=i^^.s^i^^^^^^^^^=i=^^=,i====  ������������������:*ror..-!'n.<.*������."  ho said.    "It will    do Afterwards,  him gco?J.  the    little  wretch.        Yo-.r  didn't hurt him." JRoyond the bound  of land and sea.  "No���������o; but ho was mother's baby,  Bejorrd  tho  touch  of hnnd,  nnd���������-nntl " ! lieyond tho memory of me-r-  i   think   I   should      have  cried,  but 11 shall look down, dear love, nnd seo  Dick  was  so  nico  to  me.  and  snid  I j V'our tears, and understand,  wns gcod  to  the toys.     I  gave  them  four rhocolr*tes each, arrd rend o| She is supposed tp he dying. Tho  chapter of the "Swiss Family Hobin-j first part is what ho fays to hor, nnd  so**." to thorn, when they were in1 the second pari is what sh'* says lo  b -d;' and .Tommy  said   ho  hardly   felt   him.      .Mother .used   to   smile       when  rne.   she  came  to  "tindurrttand."  nnd  fath-  !er  usi*d     to   look   over'his  shoulder,  w*'l-ui'and  smile  at . her.  not.!  hojl.itrht of my  life,  if  T  should   miss  suppose?'  "Yes���������your  father  nas t^ld  vi.::'.-"  "He hns told me." It was not  truo, l>it I could not let her think  that father did not trust mo. "(Abwl-  aftcrrioon."  '���������> I  went indoors and gavo the   boys  thr>ir t<-a.    Atter tea I gave iVm two  each   to  sr^r.d.     1   t'.cjg'it   I  sho'.l  n't      have      tbo     hous"k'������"-i:ng   .,,'���������   .  .,,.      r ,.���������,,.   , .,<  , ,    , , .   ,-   ,    . I o w.is not a fnrnicr, but a cilv mer- , ���������  j ~ .   . .    rrwri"; ior lorsr. and she wo-rldn t 00;,,,���������,,,    .,.���������������������������,,   r���������^������������������ i,������. ������i  iv,  ." ,1   ..   'into a pan,  set in  tho oven,  lot trv i" *       1     ,  .. ���������       ���������   '.,     -^    ,-.-  .,���������      ,;,.���������     ���������,,.���������_ ..t���������,,  ,,    cliant,  tl-nug!i  Ive heard  that  there. ���������.f  _,_,,.i���������     ,    *, .     ,   i    ' ,i ���������'   interest ut ltanncinora in' the identity  ,or .hen.  I���������c mothc.   used  .0,.,,, ^ fulfll(M wIw d|(1 t,e ^^^  -d^-rlc ^.^���������\of ^ ���������, w,-,[ell     -     - >  1 lilte  longer.  illustrative of the sort: of thing*which  somotimos stiunps the prison officials,  says lho Now York Sun. Warden  Doyo vvas appointed lho head of the  big jail in the Adirondncks something  less than a year ago. The ptacc  had boon vacant  for a  while, and  of  ^���������avy thing for Use house (by the vvay. ��������� bUf,gebte nll extJl.1!lfiC.      rut the lard 'course thoro had boon  a good do.il of  : thinc-s  'and 1*.'  i   rak  used  to  ��������� f triorl1 to do.  r     caitc      homo      01  lie  hed   i^nly  juv'.   liiir-n     ;ii������  and   ������:.*.t   down   in   tho     armchair   when  n'o- c.aiio in      Tie. jump-d  up, nnd held out both hands, and she  troiib'er:.  r.nd   'irr-Ir*  lauflipd   and  cried.     Sho   looked   nuite  voting  almost prrt.ty. nnd 1 hated her  ���������IIT j- ih_fo_cI .jd i_Sr.nry^  ir old Jlary.  Sunday  half!  and  ind   only   rrioil  1 don't  think  I   did  V*. I.en I  came dov.'r;  sitt:ng  ct   his   disk.  l'r'ghteii  t  very hard.  a-..aj'i-:i  Lith'/r  but   he   was  till  i "So Kind,  th  jyou."  j    "Ood   bless  you,   Frank���������kind  j Frank!" rhe said.  i    Then  sho  began  crying  softly.  1 he  bent   down   and   kissed  her.   J  iin tho dark corner by the senjon.  I they did  not ser-rn  to  notice me  felt  my heart thump,  nnd my breal.l  come and go,  nnd   I  looked  at thcm, j  and   looked  nt   the  big  photo  of   mo-;  I her   on   the   innntcl-picri*.      It       was i  just      beside      rherrr,     as  if  she.  was?  thing), fo rather than ask she wont  without, until ...she had to have a  ��������� ired a-itl, and the gill promptly informed Mr. irmt that sho wouldn't  w-fiih dishes in a milk pan or dip  water with a little cup, anil the dipper and clshpan wore forthcoming  next time ho wont uptown.  j     Another   thrng  K   ho'.e your     wits  father sni-l. j about  .vou.       Don't   make   two   liips  n7>7rn(7ss"77!?iv,-ri"_rell *"r  isrheir-ORc-rTl_do.-"tet  ! your head snve your heel-."  old' "I'll confes one can slight things  anil so make short cuts lo housekeeping, but it isn't good housekeeping. One dm slight tho i:onir;g. I  do it���������but it goes awfully against  the grain, for if there is ono thing  1 li'.o to see. it is tho bars full of  white, nicely ironed riot lies. 'J'ho:o  is one fchort cut I do not. approve of  ���������,a:-d that is, the use cf gray cotton  blnnkots  as  sheets   to   Save   wa;  lard, nnd cook ,1 lilte longer. Ono  advantage'1 of.this method is that, the  disagreeable! odor of tho hot fat is  not diffused through tho hou;:c.  ���������   EEV/AEDS  OF VALOB.  Military      Medals,      Crocnes  Pensions-Awarded^  and  and  was  and  T  is not  very  sanitary  to  sny     the;  In England  tho Victoria Cross was  instituted     .Inn.   20,   1.85.G,   nnd      is  awarded to  thoso officers or soldiers  ns havo performed  some signal      act  of valor or bravery in the presonco of  the enemy.    Every  officer  or soldier  who has received the cross is entitled  to a pension cf ������.'!0 a year.  ,    Tii Italy a gold or silver modal for  !,- ������" I bravery was first introduced into tho  'IiP- !Sardinian  army in  IH&'A,  and  it cur-  watchirrr them: rind I  rushed between; ^^   'Jv f.y're     u!i    right  if  washed i^".   e(1,J7ivai(.nt' io  S20.  payment  of  Then   he  old  nnd  will  ,and  Tho path' your faith has shown?  My heart was heartened by your kiss,  3ut  now���������Dear  love, be sine  of this,  You  will  not  walk jilone.  writing.      lie  did   not   speak  caufht  me  looking ot  him.  idgk'.'d.  "It      Ins     brought   back  the  tlui'S."   I.e  snid.     "Wu  were boy  f*irl   toother.        Some  day  you  look buck to the times when you  Dick  wero  boy  and  girl  together.  I   did   not   s;iy  anything,   but Went 'sounded   comforting,   thc   way  into  the   drawing-room. Tf  it  had ! mother sang it, mid when I nm  not   been   father." I   should   hnvo   told jried   nbout   things I  try  lo  fancy  thorn,  nnd  snatched'  it  awny.  j     "Mother!"   I  cried.     "Oh,   r.iOthf.r!"  i    Then     T . seonierl   dizzy,   nnd   tripped  'over     nomuthing;      nnd  .Miss !Morrell  Icaircht  mo,      and   T  didn't  remember j j'^  'Anything  moro   till  f   found  her  bath- '  i ing my forehead with rati do ��������� Cologne ! gj,*0 f^u  |nn.i   1  vvas  ;ried  wifh.it a    pension  of 100  lire a  ���������year-,  too  Ho  is in  she answers  and  nwo.V.  "My  poor child,"  child!"  weak  to push  hor  sho  sobbed,   "my  '^'j.'whicli     1 asses     to   the widow  of  tin  j'as������ j votornn or his children under If),  wa.'hed trom. I    '" '*'''nnc<) the T-ngion of Horror was  '-. instituted  in 1837.with  a pension t.o  in   ......... in  lion of 100  fr.nncs a year for life,  sprh g?"   soldiers who suffered  anipulntiorr  .... #,��������� is��������� ! consoiruenco    of .wounds  received  lho  minor,  of courso  in  tho major.     Tt  always  that-Poor  I    Her tears full  nil  over me, she  j ! crying so.  to   compare   that   woman  hear  her.       Then   she  used   to   draw  herself up for tho last verso.  hiin     not  with  me.  At suppor ho talked about her  again. "She was always bright," he  said, "nnd very pretty when she vvas  a  girl."  "Fcnplc alter a pood deal as they  grow elder," I remarked. "I don't  know  if you  noticed  her  hat?"  Father laughed. "That hat is not  fnscinating, certainly," ho agreed.  I thought he laid too much emphasis on the  "hat."  The  next  evening  thoy  talked  ovor   _,  the  wall   og*in.     The  evening      after If,,,,.  Kkirls.     I  took  tho now  note     In  ho  went   in   to   sec  hcr.     TTo  took     a'the      last   lino  quite   full;     and   then  shows     his     manuscripts.     He never  something  scorned  to  clutch  at      my  ������hows his  manuscripts except  to  lit-'throat;  and  tho big photo of  erary people  or people hc likes   very  much.  T shall look down, rny dear���������rrfy dear!  Only bo true, und huve no fear;  Only bo true, and Heaven is near!  Cod Judge mo as I'm true.  I tried to steady myself and m.ako  my voice liko mother's; and I seemed  to see hor standing there, with her  hand on father's shoulder, and put-  ring out hcr other hand to hold  mine,  when I was little und  hung to  was  un-  dnr-  has  that.  The next   day she sent us  a  dozen  teacal-**.     fratbw ato  tTst,  %nd   the  mother'  that I hnd put on t'* -inno slipped  right down on to f.-' ������ hands, and  I shriekes nnd shrieked, and laughed  mul  i-.riiYl. au<1 father couldn't.      stor>  "Wis ought  dorstood. It isn't your father,  ling. ft's my old lover that hc  found for mo in' .Scotland',, and  was what T telegraphed about. Now,  we'll see if you cc.n't like me n littlo.  No, no!     You mustn't move yot."  lint T sat up somehow, and hold  out my arms to father, nnd he picked  rne up, and nursed  rne like a baby.  "I've only two sweethearts,' darling." ho Raid, nnd wiped his hnnd  across his eyes. "Your'mother���������and  you!"  I shall never quite forgive myself  for thinking of him like T did; bid.  it was only because I was so fond of  mother.--Owen   Oliver,   in   Fall     Mull  Magazine.  ������ .���������  Opportunity, occasionally nifel.fi- n.  man half wuy, hut slro seldom comes  aftor l.irn  in  an  automobile.  oft'*n enough,  but i  heard ()  girl iny,  "V. hv���������they  save so - in rich   washing  Wo  didn't  have  lo   wanh   thorn  winter.      nr.d   haven't  (It  wa.s   Alarch).    I      sail  Didn't you v.nsli them last   .  No, we hung thorn on the ! consequence  lino and  aired  thorn good." I should   think   ttiey  needed   it.    I  may  bo  an ! in addition to their regular pay  old'fogy���������not u;i-to-<Iato���������but f. want j    Tn  Germany  the Order of  the   fron  my shoots  washed every Week. j Cross was inHtlluted'ftfni'ch  ID. 18113,  One day,  when I  was almost ti.-od  by Frederick  V.'illimn' III.     The  pen-  to death  (or thought T was-*;, I suid i firorr in 3 50 thalorn to officers and .00  to     my husband :  "Oh, dear 7.  wish I thnlers 1.0 privates  some one would   tell rat noinc short  cuts to housekeeping.".  Wan like, he nnsworcd, "I can tell  you���������do  loss  work."  "1 don't see how yorr would manage that. .The work is hero to do;  11 must hfj dor.c, and only ono pair  r.f hands to do It." There wore somo  pics on thc table I had rmi-do that  day and he said :  "Quit making pies. Wo can got  along without thorn." Wns that,  man like ? I think, perhaps, loss  pio-making would be quite a short  cut in sonin homos.  I haven't snid'. a Word about, system. i'*y all menus liiivo n r-yslorri.  Wii.J-li on Monday; iron on Tuesday;  boko orr Wedm'iduy; do odd jobs  Thursday: fweep (ir.d dt'st on Friday;  bake und clean up on Saturday;, go  to  church  on   Bumluy. - Sounds  i:i.u.  _.   .   _ Jlr. Dcyo      got  his appointment' in Albany, and within an hour after it was mado every  convict" at Dannomora know about it.  Thia seems impossible, but Mr.- Doyo  himself is authority for tliu absolute  :truth of thu story.  The way the .keepers first learned  that tho convicts had this news is  ititcroRting. ��������� Even in arr institution  of iron discipline, liko Clinton prii^-  on~there_are-ccrtairi-oId-convicts-who  havo been in for so ' many years  that thoy aro to tho jail whnt trusties nro to a city prison, like the  Tombs. Ono'. of tho trusties said  to a keeper:  "Is tho now warden a hard man?"  Now, the keeper to whom this was  addressed Jindn't even heard of Mr.  Deyo's appointment. Be was " surprised, and asked what tho convict  meant,  "Why," said tlio old mnn, "Mr. Doyo is the now warden. Ho was appointed  to-day."  It didn't tnko the keeper'long to  Iind out that what ho had just hoard  a.s news was known thon, and . had  been, for some little lime, to every  0110 of the two thousand prisoners in  tho jail. It \vas-:on!y 11 short timo  before this conversation tlv.tl the  news had reached tho jail, and how  il got into tho shops and work yards  no one knows. Hut it did travel.like  lightning.  When Mr. Doyo arrived at the jail  to take chnrc-o. Uio convicts know he  hnd conic, although the railway station is some littlo 'distance from the  prison:'";'��������������������������� Thp 'keepers say that  thoy. knew just, what train he wns  coming by,'and. knew in the shops tho  minute he got insido the prison wall.  The amount of information those  prisoners?'obtain, without, any known  means of obtaining it. i.s staggering  to the ordinary mortal.   ������������������   A  physician  received  lute orre overi-  1 ing a  note    from three of hi.s fellow-  jjiracl ilionci'f*:���������    "Please step over to  Ithe club and join us ut 11  rubber    of  "Euiclio,  dear,"  he  said    to  "bore  I  nm   called      away  It  appears to be a difficult  violin,   nrrd   the. dog  howls   whenever-!caro���������there are three other doctors on���������  he hears if."  .^J, j tlie spot alrutdy."        '-  In Russia the military Order of St.  (Joorgo was instituted in 1HCI7 ns a  reward for. ofllcers and mon who. disf.  tlnguinhed themselves in battle. Arr  additional pay of one-third is allowed io those, who wear the cross; '���������  In AuKtro-1-Ttingary tho military Order of Merit was founded by Kmpor-  or Joseph IT. ns n reward, and Is divided into gold and silver medals.  To tbe first, is attached an incronse  of p.ay of 50 per cent, and to - tho  lnftor 2." por cent.  a emeus upjt mnm\  STBANGE  SCEWES WriCHESSED'  DTJEING THE EAj.E.  Held in a Earn Pitted -Ip    As    a.  Training .Sing For  tho  Horses.  Somo 000 people visited Park  Farm, East Finchloy, England, whon  tho sale was commenced of tho circus belonging to tho public company  entitled "J-ord George, tho Original,  Sanger, Limited." Thn auction,  which was conducted by Mr. J.  Odd!, wns hy order of tho KhorilT,  lat tlio instigation of tho veteran  I showman. Mr. Sanger sold tho circus to a company for .C.120,000, ot  whicli ������<ll,66o- wns to bo paid in ������1  fully-paid shares, tho balance in  cash, and as he had not received all  this money tho stile took placo to  satisfy his claim. In his now circus. Mr. Sanger has decided not to  exhibit nny wild boasts.  SALE HELD IN BARN.   ';  The sale was hold in a barn, which  Mr. Sanger had fitted-.'up as an exorcise and training ring for the horses. '  j Hound  thi������ low   jnclosure stood     the  I bidders.    In ono corner'were chained  elephants,  and thoir occasional      bol-  j lowing mingled  with   lho growls      of  j tho    lions,  safely  caged' in   a      huge  1 "heists'      waggon"   in   tho  adjoining  ' meadow,      and  tho bleating  of somo  j goats.     Tho  sale  had not  boon  long  iin progress when     one oftho spectators  lost   his. straw   hat.    ������An      olo-  ] pliant  had  soked   it  with  his  trunk,  I dropped   it,   and  pluceu  0110  of      his  great foot on it:  Low prices wero obtained for most,  of tho 1100 horses and ponies sold.  After llic harness, waggons, and  coaches, ennui the sale-of the wild  beasts. Thovjots   comprised    four  trained olephaiil'Sf'/Jojir? cmnels, two  leopards, two forest-bred "lions, two  laughing hyenus, two llnmas, eight  trick goals,'thirteen "parrots, sixteen  monkev s. and a tigress.  ELEPHANTS GOT OOOD PRICES.  Tho four elephants, sold for S.*500  apiece to Mr. Sanger, and this price  was also fetched by t ho tigress. Tho  leopards brought $.*i0 each, nnd tho  camels ������100, whilst $,10_wiia given  for the two laughing hyenas.    '  A lion was the next ou the list,  and at this juncture tho auctioneer's  man came in for some ch.ali*. "Now,  then, Mcrriss, "trot hinr up!" cried  a voico, amid general laughter. "I'd"  give half-a-crovvn to see him trol  th.-.t lion round," observed a bystander. Morriss "smiled broadly."  "Now, gentlemen, will 0110 start hlni  at S500?" said,tho auctioneer. '"Oh!  110,110," responded "Lord" George.  "I'll bid S100." Thoro wns, no. ad-  v ance, and at this price tho lion pass-.,  od into tho possession of Mi: Sanger.  A second lion named George was  sold at the same' figure lo the votci'*-  an showman. 1  LION THAT DEG G ED.  Directly the. ' hammer had fallen,  Mr. Sanger turned to those in the  ring and remarked, "Now gentlemen,  I. don't mind telling you thnt I  wouldn't take 'Sj.OOO for this lion.  He's the lirn that; begged for . the,  war fund at llro^ Crystal Palace, and  collected 30,000' pence. He walked  about with a plush bug round his ^  neck, and women nnd children ' went'  up1'and dropped thoii* pennies in it.  Iio used to rido about orr the' top  of the car with a sheep beside him*'  tlu.s realizing the prophecy, "The  lion' shall lic down with the lamb  anh wicked nron shall forsake their  evil  vvojs.' "   4   A MOUSE THAT."SINGS.'*  Man Who Caught It^ Says It Warbles Like a Canary.      1  Singing mico are rattS; but a coi*->  respondent of' lho London Daily  Mail wiitos fiom' ElizabelU' 3street,"}  Dradfdrd, i'orkshii<������ Brigl'ilnd," ask-;  ing whether we can give him niiyjin-?  formation about a" bpeciinen he has.  just  captuied.  , 1  Ifo adds : "It has boon warbling  ju.st like a canary for the last month  iiu our workshop, and'although? 1  have it in a cage it still continues  to sing."  Tluit mice do occasionally "sing"-  is urtdoniablc. Somo .-observers say  tlrat__llielr__'>qng" _is_softorj. sweeter,  and more delicate than that of .the  canary, which one can holiove quit*  easily. Others go so fur as to compare it to that of a warbler, or everi'  a piping, bullfinch. ��������� Uut the question  as to why Ihey lift up their voices  in this tuneful' manner still remains  to bo answered.  Threo explanations have bcon suggested :  " 1. That all mice arc. potential, vocalists and can lorn n lo sing, ' by  imitation,  from  singing birds.  2. Tlrat many mico possess an exceptional talent for mimicry, togctli-'  or- with a keen sense of the ludicrous.  3. That some mico aro subject to:  bronchitis, and that the so-called',  "song" is only the wheezing of ro-;'  dents which suffer from that distres-'  sing complaint.  A certain amount of color Is given'  lo this' Inst tho ory bjr the fact that  a mouse whicli was caught by the  neck, in' a wire trap hot ''sufficiently':  strong to kill it "sang"whi'c its  throat vvas under compression,: but  never- again 'during its* subsequent  life, lis  a captive. . r  Tupirrnri���������".Dines    is    in  a dreadful  fix     for     a ��������� iiejjvoris      man:"     Winkle  "How so?"    Tttpitinn���������"The only w.-iy j  to keep his baby quiet, is to play the (again.  whist. ".-���������  his wife,  FIJLLV   DESCRIBED.  Thoro is o- stcu'y. ot a pastor who,  at the opennvt',* of a new chapel, favored his congregation with a miiiuto  1 account of tlio .structural features of  :Aho s.icrcd edifice in which for tho' first  lime' thoy wore mot-.���������: "It- is- in the  Ionic style," hu remarked, "with a  composite ..vestry and Corinthian iix-  ings. Over the portico;" ho added,  "is fi pediment tower, over that a  ciijiola, and on the top of all a iiuii't-  gatre. which hist, my biotliren," ho  concluded, "heing clooM, contrary to  the rules of architcctiiral proportion  as laid down by ProiVss.'.r VVtVu'v itts;  I hope promptly to row<-o��������� by a lil*-  cral collection." ^  ..RUSSIA'S SEORET PRESS  PRINTING OFFICE THE POLICE  CAN'T DISCOVER.  Por Five Years It Has Published  the Worker's Voice  3Vr.ontb.ly.  A revolutionary Jewish maga/.ino  ���������of from twenty-four to thirty pages  is published in Uussia overy month,  and for tho Inst live yonrs tho spios  and dotocMves of tho police havo boon  searching in vain for the place of its  publication. Froin tho same press  como many proclamations, handbills  nnd booklets of a ruvoiut'.onnry character, which are spread broadcast  throughout tho Czar's dominions.  The niombors of tiro General .lowisli  Workingrnon's Lenguo of Russia and  Poland, who engage in tho publication nnd tho distribution of revolutionary matter, ure constantly smuggling revolutionary pamphlets across  the frontier. The adventures which  this business in contraband litoraturo  loads to and tho many narrow Oscars tho smugglers havo would furnish a grout fund of material for romantic novelists, but for the greater  part thoso stories will remain untold. A few striking incidents of this  undcrcrotind journalism may bo related hero.  To, begin, wilh, thoro is the    secret  press of the Bund, thc Jewish, Work-  ingmon's League roferrod: to.    As has  * boon- said, tho printing of tho twenty-  four page    monthly journal  of     tho  tongue, which i.i: wiled tho Worker's I liim of making a press that should  Voico, hus been kept up for live j work without noise. It was at last  years. made, but was not  installed in Bab-  This  is     tho    second  press of the jroisk, but in another city, tho secret  Bund,  tlio first one having boon  dis-; of. which remains with  tho Bund."  covered  by tho polico  and  destroyed |    Ono of tho printers .who worked on  fiyo, years  ago.     Tho  bubdlsts     who | tho old plant in Babroisk related tho  ���������wore worl'hiK?on the paper at     that | following*  timo wcr*> all arrested, but ton days  Inter.the:Worker's Voico, bettor printed than  ooforo and full of-new lifo,  CAME  OUT  AGAIN.     ...  Tho mon who Wore arrested wore all  sent   for  varying     terms  to  Siberia,  but the Bund saoa tilled thoir places.  To show tlio enterprise of thc Bund',  it  may  bo  said  that  thu  press      on  which tho now issuo of lho magazine  was    printed     wns    a now  ono, tho j  printing material was  all new, - and I  all   had      been   obtained  within      ton  Whon I worked in Babroisk I lived  in a room in a part of the city away  from tho press. My room,was a sort  of distributing, point; Wo took there  printed matter until it could be carried out of tho city. Thero wero  many distributing points in tho city.  "A Jewish girl brought tlio printed  papers to mo. It was thought in  my houso that sho was my sister and  that.sho brought my washing to me.  "On one occasion tho girl came to  mo vory frightened.    It seems that a  SINGLE ELEMENT THEORY  ������,.  nu...      ui.���������  ������L.o.....tu   ......i.i.    ._-v.il p0iiccnlan had paid  a visit to      tho , Hoard of  dnys after the confiscation of tho first ������hop_    ThQ cal.p0ntur had boon trading      Quito    a  press. witli ono grocer in the neighborhood,   Ftrum������"Xs���������  '.��������� ho Voteo as produced by tho first anJ a rivnl trtuIosmnn had boon made   ''.'S   . tlle r  P'  press was a vory crude affair, tho  copies being proof slips takon from  tho galleys, but tho copies of the now  issi-c that found their way  into the, though not with him  hand's    of tho      vvoveriimont  oftrcials!h     ^ ^sosscd  wilh tho idea  Srnce therr  tho * '  an������ry by his * preference. He had  thought it suspicious that tho carpenter should spend monoy somowhat  and  wore neatly printed.  Bund hns sat up other presses.  Tlhoro arc these presses located?  How is the bulky material handled?  How is it "that no sounds aro hoard  by peoplo living near tho printing  ���������Jhops? Where does tho paper como  "rom? ' TToiv  is" it brought  into    tho  that the carpenter was engaged in  COINING FALSE MONEY,  and had laid his suspicions before tho  polico.  "Iho police took littlo stock in his  story, but a policeman was sont to  the carpenter's houso.'.. As it happen*  country? Such- aro tho questions cd, a member of the Bund was on  which for tho past five years havo duty outside the houso that day,  pulled tho Government officials. listening to soo it ho cot. d hoar    the  Lic'it  will bo   -thrown  upon those  sound of tho press, which wns in op-  ' matters by  an  account of how    thc  oration.     Seeing-the po]������������������^J���������  Voico  was got      out by  tho  men  in ' surntercd carelessly across the sticot  cliarpc of tho first press. Tho printing placo wns in the cil3r of Babroisk. In the Jewish quarter thero  was a married carpenter. In tho  tame .house was another Jewish  family. Tho cai-]>oiitor had littlo out-  ��������� side.-custom, and the neighbors had  * the ��������� impression- that  he  worked      at  and rang a little bell that communi  catod with the inner room, giving  warning; and whon tho policeman orr-  tored the houso lho carpenter --was  busy planing among fir's tools and his  wifu  was peeling potatoes,   and      all  'sisrns of thc printing press had boon  ! eliminated from tho sccno.  ���������homo for a furniture factory. Often | "Tliis visit of tho police was  -(hey saw packages carried out, ond!enough to alarm tho Bund, however,  ���������believing them to be articles of fur- and tho printing shop was-removed  nilura tho matter caused no comment, to another placo.  "The real business carried on in    tho |    "This is how tho press was finally  ���������louse wns described tp tho wrltor'hy | discovered.    Most ������* tlio type     camo  A MEMBER  OF THR BUND.  "Once when I visited the house I  brought a package of load typ*;*. Tho  package w;,is "quite largo and heavy,  but no embarrassing attention was  caused. I entered the house with tho  carpenter, whom I had mot at the  st-.tion. The first room was to oul-  vvat d appearance an ordinary *��������� carpenter's shop. - Tho second room was i  wo'l furnished.' In the centre, was a  fino tabic covered with a big cloth,  on which stood  a lamp.  "Tn a corner of the room was      a  closet.    Of a printing shop thoro was  from Switzerland.    That designed for  Babroisk after being carried      across  tho frontier-    would be brought     to  Minsk,   where   it  was  given  into  tho  charge of a man whom I shall desig-  nato as A.    lie was one of tlio best . lo"ed  *������ i'0*8 through  the  negative  known of tho     Bund,  and was foro- i ?" L J"''-?", ,-?,a .p-"llar ,fonu      ������{  most in its work, but without know- I���������**-*.  ������*������*  tt allowed   to     fall  DIFFERENT       RAYS       COMING  PROM! RADIUM.  Interesting-      Story     of  Discovery  Told By Protossor J. C.  : McLennan,  That there is only or.o element in  existence, that every substance, what-  coovor it may be, organic or inorganic, is but a diilcrcr.t form of tho  name clement; in short, tliat oi.ly  ono clement exists  world,.'-[.whether solid, liquid or vapour, was a supposition hit.tod at  and at times discust.od iu l'i of. J.  C. McLonnan's vory into eating and  Instructive lecture delivered recently  to. -the -members .? of the Toronto  Board' of Trade.  complicated array" of, in-  coufronted one on on tor-  room, but so lutidly and  simply was thc lecture delivered that  the e, when brought into requisition,  appeared not only intelligible, but  oven simple  ON.E ELEMENT THEORY.       ,  As    an introduction -to tho lecture  the professor ex]-lame'd how  in'  the  sixteenth century the great aim     of  the chemists was to get    good   and  j othor jprcciouB metals from tho ba;er  motals.     Faraday himself,  who  was  perhaps    the greatest    cxporimcnlor  tliat had over lived, was perhaps the"  first exponent of tho'-iiiiglo'- elemty.t  theory. - He noted the different qualities of substance wh.cn in fluid   nad  vapour state,  and wondered whether  there was not perhaps a stato as far  above the vapor as the vapor     was  nbour    the     fluid.   From Faraday's  timo there has bcon a growing'bo iof  on tho part of physicists that there  Was some ultimate common ;clement,  of which every subs-taiue was'a form.  As illustration of  this thc pro,e.-.sor  drew  attention  to  ozone-being  only  a' different molecular    fo.-malion     of  oxygon, to    the allotropits forms    of  sulphur,   and  tho similarity  botwoen  the halogen elements.  DIFFERENT RAYS.  Beforo dirc.tly coming to radioactivity Professor Mc-Lonnan roun'd  it necessary to explain two sorts of  rays, namely, thote of a Crook's  lube and tho Roentgen rays. 'When  a tube is nearly exhausted of air  and    a current of electricity is     al-  covory of radium was    ?mado/by    a | penetrating  powor   of the  rays  was  Fronih chemist, Bccquorcl, who had  noticed tliat tho peculiar tluoitiscoiKO  produced by Koontgen rays vvas produced when uranium oro flowed in  tlie dark; lly exporiinont he found  out that thc rays coming from this  particular compound had the power  of discharging an electroscope and  of lonuing a gas.  It is to Madamo Curio, a Polish  woman ~, that the nctut disco vary of  radium is duo. Following up Bcc-  querel's? experiments, she testo'd all  tho sals of uranium, and discovered  in tie ^vh^l'| that thoir dijcharging powor of tho  ' electroacope was exactly in proportion to the amount of uranium in  tho compound. Sho then tried nil  the other substances and found that  thorium was the only niotal that  acted in tho same way as uranium.  Sho then wont on to test thc mineral  compounds of uranium, and found  that     pitchblend gave eight      limes  also     shown.,   by making substanco3  glovv through a thickness of load.  RAYS  OF RADIUM.  Prof. Ruthoiford-; of McGill, has  discovered that there "-are throe kinds  of rays coming from radium. Some  aro deflected by a magnet, like cathode rays, to the right,Whilo others  are doflectod to tho left, but tho  latter is not so easily done, as tho  particles in this case aro comparatively heavy, being equal to two  atoms of hydrogen. Thoso do Hooted  to tho right are known as "Bota"  rays, and those to tho loft as "Alpha"  1 ays.  All motals possess radio-activity in  various amounts; while tho nir is  also charged with it, Prot. McLennan had experimented by exposing  wires to the air, and had found  1h"~!V charged with radio-activity.  Ono.'.dny,. after a heavy fall of saipw,  he noticed that the amount, of radio  activity.... in   tho  air   was   appreciably  ono-  as much  radio activity ns the quan  tity  in  compaiison with  othor com-  small,    having jsunk to  about  pounds  of uranium  would  tend      to   fifth  of tie average amount,  show.   It  was  this  that mado      her i    He afterwards  expei imonted  think that there must be some other  element present.  MINUTE QUANTITIES.  To locate this substance sho treated tho pitchblend wilh sulphuric  acid, 'dissolving out thc uranium  compounds. The remainder she -tieat-  ed with water, and by ropealod process r^i solved,, out. tho. batium compounds, - leaving utmost pure radium  chloride'' and*ra*dium' brdni'ide. To  show the extreme raicncss of l.ho  metal, this clever' .woman, from six  tons of pitchblend produced a fow  one-hundrodths of a grain of tho radium  compound.       - .->  Tho lecturer had a piece of radium  bromlV'e or exhibit; it wns not a  vory largo piece, only weighing oro  thirtyrthousandth  pari  of  a     gram  With  somo  of  tho  snow,  and   thoro  found  the missing radio-activity.  THE REAL AND THE UNREAL.  Young Lady (in book shop)��������� "I  would liko something in tho way of a  novel that is really interesting."  Proprietor���������^Something of tho romantic order, or something realistic?"  Young Lady���������"Which would you  recommend?"  ��������� Froprietor���������"CJi, it's merely a  mall or of personal tasto. In lho ro-  ir->ntic - novel the hero and heroine  marry in the last chapter aftor all  their   troubles      are  ondod,   and   live  UNEEK.  We spell    somo     words in a manner  unique.  But that is no reason why we should  spiquc  Of tho eagle who, from tho mountain-  pique,  Swoops down to tho valley, there to  siquo  Somo venturesome youngster besid'e a  criquo.  And carries him, kicking, away in his  ! biquo.  Would the youngster let out    an unearthly  shriquc.  Or would  he just  venturo a querulous nquiquo,  Whon  carriod  aloft,   with   tho    speed  of a strique  Of li^ht.   to  tho crag so  dear      and  blique?  Would  ho  bo so  calm,   demure',     and  miquo  That he'd not oven open liis oyes to  siquo  Whon the eagle nays, 'Hero enough to  iquo  Out. food  for the crowd at least    a  wique?" <!  All of which  is simply to show the  chique  Of him who started a frivolous friquo  By sflelling'tho word unoek unique.  happily ovei- aftor, while in the roa-  but it was quite enough lo "s'hovv . 1'stic thoy marry in tho first chapter,  some of its  remarkable  properties.     ;and then thoir troubles begin."  -When  a  piece  of silli'-ato of     ?inc j    or 7inc rnilphi'do was brought    near,  in  the darV,  it  immediately glowed, j (  ['uiiinima, _   the    right-way lo spell 'srronpr  enough.  A diamond did thc same.   And since   'high  glass  will  not,   it  is a  safe,   thorgh   dear-  'Arc you the society editor?" asked tho largo women. "No, madam,"  said the one addressed: "I am only  tho court reporter." "Really, I ani  surprised! But perhaps you will do.  Your paper said in tho account of the  a'''air at my houso that floral decorations Tent beauty to tho scene.' I  wish you would have your paper  stato that tho floral beauty was not  lent.    Everything was paid for."  rather an expensivo way of     testing   '-' 'Cause  I'm     writin'  tho genuineness- of those jewels.   Tho   about the highona.  "My boy  lolls  me  you   discharged  him,"   siiti  the  lato  office  boy's mother.     "You  advertised   for  a-strong  boy,  tind- I certainly  thought ho was  "Madam,''   replied  is  h-i-g-h,   isn't  it?" "Yes, 'the merchant,  "ho was     too strong.  Why  do  you   wish  lo  know?" ;Kg  broke  all  the  rules  of   tho  office.  a  composition   and some of tho furniture in the two  'days  ho was with  us."  ROBBEP WOLF CF PREY.  Lumber Clerk Sees tho End of tht  Brute's Chase.  Whilo travelling along the Ouitn-  cougan Lake in the Northern pino  country recently, Oscar Whilo a clerk  employed by a lumber firm, saw tho  method and thc end of a, murderous  doer hunt.  At right angles to the provision  road on wliieli he was travelling run  tho well beaten way along which tho  saw logs were drawn to thc riverside. Down this icy track camo  a beautiful deer, followed by a single  gaunt gray timber wolf.  Tho doer would bound along for a,  few score yards at on amazing rato  of speed, and then stop to listen and  look about, whereas tho tireless pursuer kept up trie samo steady jkico  in tho most confident and businesslike manner.  Whon about a quarter of a inilo  from the sido of tho lake the door  slackened his pace to a trot beforo  coining to a dead stoji. Tho crafty  wolf mado a tromendous spurt. Thc  door soomod neither to soo nor hear  its pursuer, owing perhaps to a winding of the road nnd to the fact that  thc wind was dead agninst it.  In an instant tho wolf seemed to  spring somo dozen feet or so through  tho nir and fasten upon tho door'a  think. A moment's gallant struggle  and tho door was drugged down and  its butcher was devouring its hind  quarters without waiting to destroy  its life.  White liad reached tho intersection  of tho roads just before this, and  rushed liis horses to the scene.: Ho  was without ftrcatms, but the wolf  sneaked off on ono side through tho  snow from the still breathing body  as the team approached. With a  blow of his axe Whilo put tho suffering creature out of its pain. Then  hc managed to drag tho carcass on  lo his sleigh.  The wolf, which was squatting, dog  fashion witiiia ten yards of him, lifted up its ugly muzzlo and set up a  tromendous howl as White did this,  but mado no attempt.to come to  close quarters with him. White, enraged at tho impudence of tho brute,  swung his axo around his head and  let it fly at thc wolf. His aim was  true, but tho wolf was wary and  dodged in time, although tho axo  hnndlo struck its hind log with sufficient force to send it away yelping.  After recovering his Weapon the  man wont on his way. Tho wolf  paused long enough to devour tho  blod covered snow where tho deer  had fallen and then made after tho  sleigh.whicli he followed, jogging  alonq; like' a coach dog. until the depot biiildinirs wero reached. Then ho  sat down and Tor ten minutes gave  vent to his injured-feelings in a scries  of howls.  ing it ho wcs_ under the surveillance  iof a spy. It "seems- that some timo  before ho had takuji part in a convention of Socialists, many of whom  wore: Christians:  "Tiro "Jewish    mon.bers of tho convention succcodod in getting to    tho  "i" ' placo of tho convention without at-  not tho least indication, yet tho most - 'tl.nct_n,r ti*o attention of spies, but  imporlont part  of  the plant  was  "*-lt,c  this room  "T he carpenter took the lamp and  the cloth ,.oir1the_tab]c;_took* hold of  ono edgu of the table, and-the-prol-  ty painted board moved. .Underneath thero was ..'disclosed, a large,  shallow box, and irr this box wero a |  number of smaller boxes filled with  type.       Hero    the type was sot up  Christian delegates were either  less careful or not so well acquainted with tho persons and   . MT'-'TTTODS OF TIIE SP_IES._  with  When any sound caused, suspicion the  board was slid into place, tho cover  put an, the lamp placed back on ..tho  table mid all wan as before.  "Th'o great  difficulty  to  mo :    was  whore the printer kop"t the mass    of  -par or necessary.- Ho took mo to tho  closet, and touched springs hero, sot-  '��������� ting   in   motion   .hidden machinery.  Various comportments wore disclosed _ *V  in which there was ample room     to !  storo:, paper .nnd  other things needed I  - .in the printing of the Voice. |  "The .third room was dark'. In this  room thoro was a flat: stone, upon  which tho typo Was laid and tho  forms locked and p.rinted,.'proofs being all that thc Voice consisted bf at  thut time. All was very crude, but  effective.  "Five hundred papers in an hour  havo been printed by hand, as the  printers were very expert and had  dovipod an arrangement of rollers to  run tho papr.*r������ moi*a rapidly ovor thc  fnee of tho typo. When a number of  tho ptirkii'K hnd boen printed members  of the Bund would como and  CARRY .THEM AWAY.  "Thero ffnn never a printed i<itw������r  allowed to stay in tho houso. If tho  polico should happen to raid the  houso, lho buudisls 'figured out, it  would not do to lose the 'current issue of tho paper.  "The'carpenter was a natural mechanic und was constantly improving tho plant. Even in those days,  boforo tho discovery of the. baud press  tho Bund Was engaged with the prob- | ary i.ro|iaj*iinihi.  Many of tho spies wont along  the Christious and succeeded in ,gct-  ! ting into tho convention aod taking  part in its proceedings under the  guise of revolutionaries.  "In this mnnner A foil under surveillance, and - wlicn tho ."roan sent  from Babroisk to got type from him  mot A. that meant also that tho  Babroisk man foil under surveillance,  for in-Russia the system of spying Is  like an endless chain.  "Whon lho man from Babroisk returned a spy wont on the same train,  although' it was not until-ho got to  which  upon a piece of molal causes it to  fluoresce. Those rays Lave been  found to travel in straight linos, to  produce intense h'eat, to have tl.o  power to pass Ihrough thin s'.*.eets  of iru;lal and lo be deflected by a  magnet. The latter fact was illustrated by allowing a narrow pen i*  of the rays to fall upon a plate covered with zinc sulphide A bright  blue spot was produced, which moved vvhen a magnet vvas brought near  the rays. The rays will also aile^t  a photographic plate, ani:l will cause  "an electroscopo to bo~'dischargo-Jr  This is probably due to the fact  that those rays have the powor of  splitting'up the molecules of tho  air Into Jts separate' electro positivo  and elo'-tro negative ions. And thus  if the eloctrtroscopo is charged positively it will attract tho nogativo  Ions and thus as jf.wcro, 'become,  noutral. . Those rays aro generally  known as cathode rays.  UOENTOEN RAYS.  In TBOti the world was startled by  the discovery,of lioentgcn rays. Thoy  wore discoveic'd by accident and woo  produced   whon    cathode rays     wovo  Insurance Company.  SEVENTEENTH   ANNUAL    REPORT.  o city that ho discovered ho    was r ;j"j" V*" , ',*,"    ' " 7".,' "���������' *'     i'~"  followed     He could not toll.whether   gf ^^^J^^ 3&It  he succeeded in shaking off tho     spy .ence c'f th ������       cathodo    rays  or not, but . shortly-afterward the (b ivi thc i���������U8traUon o{ thro;V  poopto in tho printing place noticed ing a stonp ^j^t a wnl,/ when  that a Christvm Russran had taken L1������ stone woU,(, t.01.resl)ond to c^.  lodgmtrs in tho house opposite, Thoy ! ode raJ.c and th(J- fMUali it m.ldo to  could not toll whether he was.a spy j Lhe Roe���������t������ren ravs. There ia no suli-  but decided that it would bo ns woll i Bt���������nce whatever' in the rav. but il  press  away,  and  that j js ������jmply a-wave of force, and thus  The seventeenth annual meeting of the shareholders and policyholders oftho Manufacturers Life Insurance  Company was held in the Company's offices, Toronto, on Thursday, February 4tn, at 2.30 p.m. The report  submitted was .eminently satisfactory to all interested.  A detailed report of the proceedings will be mailed to all policyholders, but wc believe that tho average  busy reader will got a clearer conception oftho progress the Company is making by having, as it were, a bird's-  eye view of its affairs. i . '  Below will be found llic figures pertaining to the main features of the business for 1902 and 1903 and tlie  "increases palso (^comparative statement of the Company's growth since ils.organization.   The growth made in 1903 is well shown by the following table :-  Not Premium Income   Interest,  Rents, etc   Total Cash   Income   Payments to Policyholders   Policy Reserves   Total Assets   Applications for New Insurance..  New  Policies Issued   Ins"~aiice in Force   loots.  $ l,05.t,81.*).72  188,074.11  1,240,889.83  3HJ,r>5G.63  3,753,81)2.00  4.40H.329.19  0,542,336.00  0,082,336.00  30,152,883.00  1903.  $ 1,219,435.91  215,852.67  1,435,288.58  3(50,533.04  4,401; 800.00  5,136,668.52  7,764,542.00  7,294,050.00  34,392,303.00  Increase.  %   164,020.10  29,778.56  194,398.73  49,976.41  707,908.00  730,339.33  1,222.206.00  1,211,714 00  4,239,420.00  The Manufacturers Life began business in 1887, and the following figures for four  year periods taken from its returns to the Dominion Government will illustrate its  remarkable growth and steady progress :���������  to  move  tho  very night tliey borran tho work. But  in thc middle of thc night tho bouse  wns broken into by tho gendarmerie,  and all persons found in tho houso  wore arrested.  "The press wars rooted out. and the  first establishment of lho Bund   wns  Is not dofloctod by a magnet, lt will  thus cause an oloc'troscor-c to discharge, and the rays travel in  straight lines. The penetrating power, aa is known, is much greater  than tliat of cathoae rays.  The speaker exhibited 011 tho screen  at an  end.     All  IVosc captured wero j photographs takon tlirough all thick-  .   .     ,-...     .       11,,,* cf ill ������������ri* '*:iie'sc-s  of  so 1 ui  matter.  gent to &iber.a.^���������������������"<*������>"> sl'U ���������������    ^o gieat distinction, however, bc-  AV hero   the   hew   i^ne   o      Ire   A ole - , Ko(?nt roys is  rs  published   cannot  1 ->   l      ���������        1 "<  ; ,     , consisting of    mull  inst nuuih.-.* was a lrtM,,h.o.n^    u Int- _ cs nwUcp  (t���������0 ^ ht      of  od     ma "a-/..io      ir    twenl.v-v.x  l^f"; ;'xvhil,h     is about ono-thoueandth     of  Am-mr  t'*e    articles  was one  deatrng .  Willi  ll-e  hit**     I.uba   Ktintad.   a  tu*-i'*h:l1     (,f an ���������"*Lom of hydrogen),  tti'iri l.-i'e;* ui* the I'.uii.l. who ii-.vd ,-��������� I'���������cfio^uig by a magnet, whilst no������n-  iNew   Vork. ���������      Tlu*   paper   is  of  good j |5C"      Va*>'.s      "-1'.0  ������o1-; *ei"S raj'B of  tninl'l",   mid   Ih.'iv   (*.-.*   r.rarrv  arl it-les \ Wj'   moving   with   tho  vx-locity  of ir. nvr-l  (n'erc; t  I i-.idcs tl*.c=i������    de-!������''������������������-���������  voter   f>   tin*   work  ������.f  the  tvvohilhv:*.-I WKCOYF.llY  Oh*  RAllIUSr  I  is  of  Tlie first slop towards      tho     dis-  Income  -       - Net *  Total Premium  New-  Assurance  Year.  From Interest  Premium  and Interest  Assets.  Policies  in Force  Rents, etc.  Income.  Income.  Issued.  December 31st.  *    1887  $      778  $    27,184  $    '27,063  S   1(15,732? ...  ... $2,564,500  S 2,342,000  1801  13,236  - 184,100  107,342  431,610  2,111,100  --7-;4i5,76l  1893  39,245  324,449  363,694  1,012,569  3,017,760  10,645,021  1899  72,018  510,560  582,578  1,809,505  3,579,109  14,368,236  1903  ��������� 215,852  1,219,435  1,435,288  5,136,008  7,294,050  34,392,303  HEAVEN'S  BKST  GIFT TO   MAN.  There aro women who are pretty,  Thoro aro women who are plain;  Thoro are "women who aro modest.  There 'are .women Who aroT.vain.  There aro women who are happy,  Thero are women who are sad;  Thoro : arc women who are pious.  There are women Who are bad.  Thoro aro women who ore polished.  There aro women', who ore rough;  There are women who aro tender.  There are womijn who are tough.  There are women who arc heavy.  There tiro women who are light;  There are women  who aro stupid,  Thero aro womon who arc bright.  Thero arc women who arc^silly,  Thero are women who aro wise;  There arc wonicii who are charming.  There are women who are guys.  r  There arc women who aro wealthy.  There are women who  are. poor;  There tire women who  arc shifty.  There'are women who.aro sure.  There., arc women who' arc noble.  There are women who are mean;  There are women who arc s?asoncd.  There arc women who aro green.  There arc women who aro eagles.  There  are' women who  are gnats:  Thero arc women who are angels.  There ore women who  aro cats.  Thoro are women who... aro healthy,  There are women  who  aro ill;  T^ierq^ arc women  who  tiro _talkor3,  Tnore aro women who arc sfil!7  Thero arc women who are  loving,  Thoro aro women who  ore cold:  There aro women who aro youthful,  Thero aro women who aro old.  Thero aro womon���������but no matter  What the women arc,  the. men  ���������Wouldn't    ask    tho Lord    to change  them  If lie made th'cm all again.  William  J.  Lump ton.  OF INTEREST TO TOTAL ABSTAINERS.  The death ratio in the Manufacturers Life"has always been favorable in both  sections, but exceedingly bo in the Abstainers' Section. The past year shows a  continuance of this favorable experience. The death losses in the General Section  were 75-7% of the expectancy, and in the Abstainers' Sectidn only 41.3% of the  expectancy. The saving this year from low mortality in this section is therefore  58.7% as against a saving of 24.370 m ^ie General Section, which means much  larger dividends for Abstainers.    Correspondence is invited.  HON. G. W. ROSS, President. ������/.' F. UUNKIN, Managing Director.  Angela���������"When orre of us .dies' 1  shall go and live somewhere in tho  country, all among tho woods and  wild* flowers." Percy���������"But dearest.  ku poking that youwero to die first?"  An.ieia���������"Oh, don't let: us think of  anything so dreadful."  "T often wonder just what ho  thinl'S of inc." said the young married iir:<n. "It is easy to find out."  sua tho elderly married man. "Just  sit down on her hat. and sho will tell  you what sho thinks.-of you in loss  than a mintrto "  Tt was at a charity dinner -that..a  enrclessWaiter rspilt a plate of soup  over one of the clergymen present.  "What -"he commenced.- Theu, remembering himself, ho turned to his  neighbor and usked,: "Will somo layman kindly say a few words appropriate to the occasion?"  Physician���������"What is your profession, sir?"' Patient (pompously!���������  "I'm    a gentleman."       Physician ���������  "Well,  you'll  have  to try  something;  clso; it' doesn't ������groo with you." Revelstoke Herald and  \ Railway Men's Journal.  !*.:!.'!:  ���������1  nil   ������':  ,-   T!nir*.i:iy.     Sulist'i-ipl:  ������... *i-.ir.    .I'lv.iti^hm :.:ti-s on :ii>{.'l:e*ittmi.  ri::i'i-i-s .,1   ::-l\ iTltM-iut-nts nnlst   In?   iii ln-fnm  l....11 ..ii \V.-,lui ^1,,., 1,, in.in,- iil-..-itiiui.  .li-l-   I'liiililu'   i?: nil   il*   J'KilH'liL-... I'lMlilptlv illlil  ��������������������������� ..!!.   .-X",-.;t-.-*l.  Tm*i:sii.vv. .May  lilill.  TO SAVJ-J MONEY  FOR THE PEOPLE.  Tin* importance of  Hit' cxleir.-iuii uf  tin* Iiitemilrmia! lo   tin* Pacific .should  nut 1><* lout (Hi those who  tire nol now  in n position to take  ml vantage of lho  C'N-eC'iilingly  low  freight rates prevailing on government owned lines iu tliis  country.      It     hus     frequently   been  pointed   out'by  lion. A. 0. lllair, the  greatest railway authority in (.'itiiadit,  tliut. along llu* line of I lie intercolonial  the saving in freight  rates lo the people, a.s   compared  to   those   living, in  sections where government ownership  is unknown, means hundreds of  thousands of dollars each year in the pockets of   the former   and   favored class.  The present Minister of   Railways hits  repeatedly expressed  tbe same belief.  Added to  the  testimony oi* these two  strongest railway  experts to be found  in the ranks of the Liberal party sirrce  lSflO, is the practical experience of government conltol of rates in Manitoba  which saved  hist year to the freight  shippers   of   that   province !$1,000 000.  J ti  the  Maritime Provinces, the same  conditions   prevail   to   a   very   great  extent along tlie line of the. Inturcol-  oni.il.     Mr.  iMiitnoi'Son, in   bis speech  on the G. T. P.  deal last year, pointed  nt;t that the people  of   Ontario, in an  indirect way, enjoyed   certain advantages  from   the  rates  in force on the  jLrowrtiment  road.     How   much moie  would this favored treatment be applied lo the  provinces  rrot now included  in ihe Intercolonial system, ii* tho government ivere'-to' build aiid  operated  line from  the  Atlantic to tho Pacific?  Trie Conservative party stand for (lie  iuimediate construction'of such a road.  They believe  that,;removed from, the  bnireful 'influence  oi-" politics, it  could  nut only he made to largely reduce.Hit*  freight rates now prevailing along I lie  line, but would be money irr tho pocket of the country.     The Liberal party  ij opposed   to  any scheme which will  prevent  the carrying out of'lhe contract with the G. T.-P.'.promoters.    If  such a change as tluit proposed by the  Conservative  party, were carried out  by the Liberal party, the Grand Trunk  Railway  Company would have   to lie  again  consulted, and  rather   than do  this,   the   government   is   willing   io  abandon,   for   a   century   at   least, a  policy so  promising to a reduction of  tbe   people's   burdens.      "On   to   tho  Pacific with  the-Intercolonial, and as  soon  as  possible." is the ruotto of the  Conservative party.  most decidedly. Coupled as il will be  with the annual income from the valuable property which the university  owns in tlio business part of Seattle  nritl which isprolilahly leased, tin* tltii-  Vv'ixity will be in n fair road to indc-  |ii'inii*rici*.  Tin.* university is the slate's greatest  eilticnl'iiiiiiil institution. ll is giving  higher I'duoiil ion to somo 70*1 or SOU  young men :in<l women. Us field uf  usefulness is constantly expanding anil  the number who lake advantage of the  facilities uliicli it alVurds is increasing  year by year. It promises to hecoirii'  uniting tlio foremost educational institutions in lhe (���������(iiiulry; if ils .standard  continues to be raised its regularly und  steadily in the future ns it lias in the  prist few yeais. The legislature acted  with wisdom in making the peiiiiaii-  ent provision for il involved in setting  aside I Oil, 000 .'teres of slnlo land for* it.  ���������-Seattle P. I.  Cyanide of Potassium.  o '     ���������  Cyanide   of   potassium   is  olit'iincd  pure by passing hydrocyanic gasinlo  n solution of caustic potash in DO per  cent of alcohol. impure cyanide of  potassium is formed by fusing in a  covered crucible organic matter containing nitrogen, ns woolotr rugs, born,  dead aiamals, leather, etc.,with carbonate of potassium. If iron filings  are added, ferro-cyniiido of potassium  is formed,  with writer  crystulliz d.  exposed crystallizes in colorless cubes.  When exposed moist to tbo air', it  absorbs carbonic dioxide and gives oif  hydrocyanic aeid. 11 is one of lire  iriosL powerful poisons known. It  explodes when healed wilh chlorate of  potassium.���������Mining World.  m  $  LEGAL  Revelstoke Licence Districi.  Nurlco Is lioiol)*.- tf'vi'ti Unit mt n|'|i!ii'iition  for He mil I.lniinr'1 IcL'iu'i'. luis boon reiM'ivei!  irom llu* t'n'i.ll lintel I'n. I.finlli'il. nf tin'  rntnii tloti'l uf ,\ rrr.u IicmiI, nri'.U'r llu* provi-  -inns of lln* "l.ii|tn,i' Licenco Ai I. WW," Mid  Ink-' mili'i' 111,u ii si'ei'ln 1 liioc'tiiiy nf tin*  r.imnl i,| I.Hvm-* ('nniinls.-.liiiH'1's fnr lhe !t(*v-  elsmki* l.li*t.-rii<u Dislrli't. will I".' livM in the  l.nl(*' View lluli'l, Al-rnu hoii't. nn Woillu'sdfti*.  tin* 11 Hi iiny of Mny nt I Iiu liuur of Unm.it>  (I'leU'cr *uiil tipri'ifiitinti.  1'iiivil lit Itorolstiiko Ilii.s Win ilny of April.  I MM.  >.. Jiy Ocloc  i:  A. tll'l'EH  Chiel Inspector.  NOTICK.  lu tlio matter* of the  Vmaiv ot .lolin Hi'iiristcr  I.iiiIiht, siirnoririios i-nllcl    .inlur   I.miner,  line nl tliu'I'ou-it nf 1-iolil. In   lhe l'rnviiiiu  of Dilllah L'oiirml In,  locoiuoli. u vnglirvcr,  (tei'l'ti:.cil.  Notice Is hereby irlvon Ihal. nil creditors iitul  oihors liitvlnir cliiims nuiiiii.sr the eslnle of the  xiM John   lienil.-tiir biulnui-. who illeil orr  ir  nbmit tin* -2-Jinl ilny of .iniiiiury, A.D , lSti-l, nro  ri.qiilreU on or before the l;::i-tl  ilny of Mnj, A.  P., l'JO-1, to feint bv   i-i.-s.,  |irt'i>niil or deliver lo  ('lurries   l.ndr.ei'.   of   the  eily   of   Huvelsioki.*,  eleriryrrinii,     vViJiiiinlstrntor    of    tho    estiiie  ������������������f   the   snid  ileccnsoil.   their ( linstmn    nrrd  sirrrinmcs  turd   udilressos,   uml    ilescrlj'tioii:*,  full imriicnhtrs of their elitims, statements of  their  iteeoiinls, nml   the niitiiiool   Ilie bceuri-  lles. If nny, held by them.  .And  further fnke notice  Hint nftc* Ihe last  niunliiiiieil ditto i, the snid Ailinlnlslrniiir, will  pro e������l In ill.-lrilHile lire iist-ets of -llio snid ite-  eoitsed innoiii; rhe parties enr ftlotl I hereto.liny-  iiru reirard tii rhe ehitms of which 1 slinll then  hnve not lite, nnd  Hurt   1   will not he liable for  the fcatd estate or any part thereof so distributed to any porson or* persons of whose claiiiis  notice shall not have  been received bv rue at  tlie ilineof sueh distrllniiioii.  Hated this llth dny of April, A. 11 ,11101.  CHAliLKS I.ADSEIt,  upl M Administrator.  rOll.N* MANSIXC. SCOT**,  Hnrrister, Solicitor, Kte.  First Street  Jtevelstoke, B.C.  I-JAHVKY, M'CAHTIiVi .1; 1'INKIIAM  llairlsters. Snliriiors, liie.  Sollellnrs for Imperial IKinl: oi'Outiridn.  (.'oiupnnv finitis I" limn utN per cent.  '���������'1I;.T STKKKT,   ItOYolstnkoll. 11.   '  SOCIETIES.  Ited  I'ose Degree meets seeoml nm! fonnh  Tnesdnys ofeiicli  mouth; Whilo Rose Decree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, irr Oddfellows lltill. ���������Visitinu brethren welcome  T. 11. iSAKKK, If. COOKI*:,  President. Secretary.  NOTICIi:.  Notice ia hereby ifivon  that .'10 days nfter (Into I  iniend to apply  to the Chief   Comriiisyioncr  of  Lands aiid Works for rt leas*.' fnr -21  years tn eut  timher on the   fiillnwinjt  described   hinds lyin^  Tho   fused irmss is treated 1 pni'My in the distriet of West Kooteuuy and partly  i in tire district of Cai'itiiin :  rind   the Cl'tldo   suit is re-      r-imimcuuiirg nt n post planted on the noith  ,-, ., ��������� ���������    . i hank  of  llaivey creek near its cnuHueitce with  Cyanide    ol    potassium   canoe river, West Knotemiy district, tlrerieurrurtlr  ���������SO eliains, Ihence west Sll chains, thenee uni-th 80  chains,   thc.neu  west SO chains, thenee north KiO  chains, thence west -210 chains, thenee nortli T2J  eliains. tlience west 1^0 chains, thence nol-th -loo  chaius, tiieuee enst 1(1.) chain's, (hen.-e soutii :i-2il  chains, thence east 10 i chains,  Iheuce .--outh :i-2n  chain>. theuce east ill) ehuins,  thence south -ton  chain.-,  thence east, So chains, Ihence souih -Ian  chains. Iheuce vm-.sI t-0 chains moro or less to the  pnilit of cniuuieuceuient.  Dated tliis 10th March, 101*4.  Nettie L. Mill.  The mill  of   the Great Western at  Five-Mile  near Ferguson, in the -Lardeau, is receiving its finishing touches  and  in a  few  weeks  will   be started.   In   this-Uiill--WrU.be treated the silvpr  and gold ores of the Nettie li atrij the  .Silver Cup mines. The mill is con-  structed orr tire old Putt ner process of  calcination, with salt, or .sulphide and  zinc blende?', it process which has been  in use for iiduiv years in Nevada and  California, for refractory goid and  fcilver. and in Montana for silver ores,  and which it is claimed, is adapted for  the reduction of the high grade zinc-  b'ende ores of the Iw-irdeau. The mill.  it is anticipated, will tai.e custom ore  ixii'l irr that event il will be of great  lienefit tn many mines in that vicinity  tliat nie.still in the hands of the pros-  jfetoi-?. The mill lias 20 stamps of the  ordinary type It has a crushing  capacity of between 15 and f>ii ions  i:.:i'y. varying according to the hnrd-  ju-ss of the ore. It is const!noted on  the side of a mountain arrd lias the  usual terrace system, so that the ore  cin be handled by gravity when being  lvdtiec-d. There are five floors in Ilie  mill.���������.Mining World.  Japanese Rout Russians.  Tokyo, May 2.-���������The war oflice lias  received a dispatch from Cen. Kurolti,  commanding lire Jnpaue.se advance,  winch tells of a, complete Japanese  victory in the first general engagement  on hind of tins war. Thu Uiis-ian army  of :'l),00U men whicli Con. lCuropntkiu  b lustfully declared would sweep the  Japanese inlo the sea, is coniplet'ely  routed and was compelled to retreat in  confusion on Keiiliuniigohen.  The Kiusian losses are very heavy,  wliile those of the Japanese are declared to have boon much smaller than  migli!. have been expected, considering  tlint Ihey bad to wade the Vain river  in the face of a withering firefioui the  Uussia ns, who were very strongly entrenched.  The Japanese soldiers fought with  desperate courage, and after tlio Russian artillery had beerr silenced by the  Japanese guns, they carried the Russian entrenchment in a gallant- bayonet charge irr which the men vied wilh  I lie nllieeis lo be the lirst lo teach the  interior of the Hussian position. The  unquenchable valor which resulted in  tire uninterrupted   series of   victories  LOYAL ORANGE LODCE   No. 1658.  MSeirnlar lacetitiKS nro held In the  Oddfellow's llnil orr the Third Friday of eneh month, at IS n.ui. sharp.  A >*t^v/ Vlnltliut brethren cordially invited  >>*Ocm . \V. B. I'LEJIINO, IV. Vr  ���������SK.*^" J. AUI1KSON, Kec.-Sec.  KOOTENAY STaK, P.. B   P.  Meets orr   Kirst Tuesday of everv month, In  I. (J. O. I'*, llnil.  ,T.  'CIIKPON, W. l\  J. II, AKM-iTKONli, HKCl.  ��������� ���������oo*ee������������e3>oooo900o������ico������ee*  FANCY CAKES  him COHFECnONERY  If ynn want the abnve we can  supply you with nuylliiiiij in this  line.  TltV OUlt  WIIOI.KSOMK  Whste a"j������3Brown Bread ���������  e  rrafl.rer^??Tgrejg!r^iVT.-:  n  S-:-m;Qs and Buns  Danes anil Viivale Parties Catered To.  I'all .**tocl: of Kxeellent Ciiutlies.  A. E.   BE^WSSON,  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  PRIME  BEEF.     PORK.   ML j TON     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  c������ess>(30oei������Go<o*socooeo������ca*������a  *-!*-i-^-i--i**i**:*-i-*i>-r-4--i'������-i*-i-d"i-*****i***i**i**i"i������t'  ft-  I  SHE MORIIK  III SPHEHG SUITINGS  AH0 aVEHCOATINGS  W.' lmvc a haihliiuaio nusorUiiont to  cli in.si' ti'oin ul pricos Unit should Im  aii r.t.'t.ivij (o carvful huyurs.  Kv.m ytJihi;< Mtrictly up-to-dato In  stylo, ut>nml llnlrili.  THC 0������LY milOU SHOP IN TOWN  M.A. WILSON,  Ciiailnatu of Mitchell's School of Oar-  nienl Cutting, New Vork.  KsUihlislrrrrcnt���������Next  Tavlor   llloek.  *T*'I**r*I'*M'*T"I-T"I"M->r ��������� ������������������T'***'!-****'***  /^5^^\ Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,  fmmMi    Iio. 26. Rerelstoko. B..C.  MK1STS  EVKItY   WEDNESDAY  in   Oildfellows'     Hall,  nl S  ii]ii 11  .lAMKS A.  HAUVEY.  m \  'Ei  TWKNTV-I-MVK (2.-;) }JUSIJ  \v;iii tud liv  311  BIG  IlICND Jjl'-MUKK CO.,  ARPvOWILiCAD, 13. C.  V B **������* K" g^  i  A iii.iii to ri'pt'fst'tit "C'rinada's  Lit-L-.'ili'Kl Xur.sorit'S.** in tliu town of  Kl'voIsIoI.o .-iiiil siirrutiiidinii country,  .ind l.-rkf ordcra' for  OUR HARDY SPECIALTIES  In Fruit Trees, Small Fruits. Ornamentals. Shrubs. Roses, Vines,  Seed Potatoes, etc.  Stock true to name. ."11111 free from .San  .lose Sfiilc. A permanent ]i<*siti(in for  lho riarlit man. Liliera! turms. outfit-  free*, p-ty weekly.  STONE   &    WELLINGTON,  Fonthill Nurseries,  (0\e.-c(j*j .icro)  TORONTO,        . ONTARIO.  No. 26, Rct-elstoke, B. C,  %i~3trtn'.'-i/      o'etoek.     Visiliug   Krrlghts   are  cordially Inviteil.  A.J. HOWE, C. C.  J. w. ifJNNElT, K". ot R. >t S.  II. A. liUOW.v, Muster of Finance.  H. PERRY-LEAKE,  Alining Kngineer  and Metallurgist.  SPHCiAI.TlES :  Ercatuiunliun aud t-epurls orr Mining  Properties.  Speeilieatiou   am]  Constriretion  o  Mining Machinery.  Mill  Tests   of  Ores ami   Concentrates,  licilfonl McNeill Coiie:!  COWAN' ISI.OUK, ltevel.-loke, 11. C.  MOSCROP   BKOB..  Plumbing, Steam aad Hot Water  lieatirifr,   Electric Wiring &  '   ' '     Bell Works.  Pipes. Valves and Fitting's.  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  M.A. SMITH. & CO.,  .Successors to A. N^Sniith.  v*a������*-  (SS������-  <5!���������  OS*���������  (0U���������  ���������an���������  To wptir good glasses. To those who have to work  mid foci that tlinir eyes arc continually aching  from that cause should wear a pair. The trouble, is  that the majority of peoplo do not know that the  rifjht glasses will give that needed rest.  'WE AV11X EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE OF  OI1AKGE, and if you I'eel that you are justified in  wearing glasses wo can lit you. A large quantity  always in stock. J  WATCHMAKER,  AND OPTICIAN  BAKERS ANB CONFECTIONERS  I'l-jsh and Complete I.irre of Groceries.  Jas. I. Woodrow  UTCHER  Eggs for Hatching  '.*=. 21c c;  ten:  Pckin  Rvtimo. Uii'l:oy eg;.  duel: egg.--.   II    for   $1:    a  few  Black  "  orc.-i egg--. ISiforSl: IJ.-nd  P. Rock  per  eggs. 1*> for rii nv **ix  doll.iv  'AgeiiL   for   Chatham  incubators  IJiooders.  100.  and  Retail Dealer in���������  Beet, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  C0TV\aSeL  SBYHM50EB, KG  71 in  .JOIIX JOHNSON,  Canoe Creek. .Sa'inon Arm, B. C  ,<|>5*'?3Xi*GX������������S^  PELLEW-HASVEY,  BRYANT & OILMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assa)*ers,  VANCOUVER, U.G.   " Established 1890  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  DON'T SUFFER  ANY LONGER  Save Your  EYES  Free  Examination  J. GUY BARBER,   -  Jewel lei-, Optician  WM.   FLEMING,  WhoEesale & IfSetaii Meat Merchant.  FROM    SC5.00  standing.     S20.fX) straight cash salary,  and  cx|'.erisi?s  paid -each   holiday  by  diiiin^ tho war  with China was again  chock direct fioin lieadrjiiar-tfi-i-.    Ex-  pc*n**c money advanced.    Position per-  rrranent.    xVddress Manager, 810 Como  verv rrrtrch in evidence.  Four   and a half per   cent   on   First-Morfg-stre-Loan   Manager Wanted.  Trustwortliv   ladv  or-  rjft-ntlem.'sn to ...  nr.in.-.gc* liusii'u-ss in tlii.V count v and ��������� Agent for tin* famous cushion frame  adjoining territni-v for well and f.'.vor- wheels���������all roads ������ood roads with the  ah'lv   known   honk-   of solid financial | cushion frarrres.  Bicycle fittinfrs. Dunlop, Al. and W.,  and i5ingle tuhe tires, pumps, hells,  pas and oil lumps, handle grips, saddles,   valves,  Morrow coaster brakes,  Block, Chicago, Illinois.  iiic-2o-12  University Lands.  The selection and setting apart for  the University of Washington of sonic  JijO.OOQ acres of state land, of a value  in the neighborhood of a million dollars, means that as soon as the land  cur be sold at a fair pi-ice the university will have a peiin.'iiient fund for its  maintenance, which will relieve it in  some nieasiiie from .dependence upon  llle legislature to niake biennial provision for its support.  The income from a million dollars  ���������will not, of course, support the university, conducted a-s it is without  fliarye for tuition, but it  will help out  If you have money out at two to  fo tu-per cent, write to the .under-,  signed v, ho can place your money so  it will net you Ft ur and one half per  cent on lirst-i.-la-s city property where  the insurance on the property will  cover the full amount of loan.  The people of the South nre making  iiioiii money than the people of any  section of the union. Fruit growing  and truck fanning pay'large profits  because the fanner gets bis products  into market six weeks earlier than the  farmer of any oilier section. Ttiec  growing, sugar cane growing and the  making of sugar', cotton growing  brings lo lho tanners large return  and these crops are sure. No droughts  to cnii.se ii failure. Where people are  making money is the place to loan for  sure arrd safe return of principal and  interest. ,  I give as reference Hon. Walter  ('lark. Chief .liist.iee of .Supreme Court  for North ('urolinn, Kaleigb, N. C;  .Mr. Josephus Daniels, Kditor Daily  News and Observer, the leading daily  in North Carolina, Kaleigh; Mv. .lohn  JJ. .Sharp, Treasurer Seaboard Air  Line 'Railway, Portsmouth, Va., nnd  Mr. 10. II. Clement, 'Kditor Daily  Transcript, Boston, Mass. If you  want any information about the  South, it.*; lands, water powers, best  place to .spend winter, etc., as well as  loaning money, write rne and I will  gladly reply. Address John T.  Patrick,PincbliitT, N. C.  ^LLQUPAJ^ENCE^  TAKE NOTICK that 30 days after-  dale 1 intend to apply to the Cliief  Licence Commissioner of the Revelstoke Riding fora retail liquor licence  for the Home lintel nl (ioldlield.s, II.C.  Hnr:Kit F. Pkiihy.  Dated April 10th. 1!KJ|.  YODO FU.nr, PROP.  BEST HAT I.N'O HOD'S K IN  THU. CITV.  MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS  UNION HOT  FIRST CLASS  S2   PER  DAY HOUSE  Choice Brands of Wince, Lrc/uors  and Cigars.  etc.    Wheels repaired.  Cycle Depot  Cack   of Roy Smythe's Tobacco Store  One   Cur   of   No.   1 clear Timothy,  apply to  .1. W. McCALLCM,  Salmon Ann, B. C.  Tost.- made up to 2,0C01bs.  A spticlulty irrrulu of checking Smelter  ffunipleP front l!*,e Interior by mail or (!)  exi.-ross promptly nt totaled to. (ft  ijoriespoirdence .solicited. 0  VANCOUVER, B. C. ������  H. W. Edwards,  Taxidermist.  Fish and Game m Season.  First Street,   -   Revelstoke? B. C.  REOPENED  REMODELED  est au rant  DEER    HEADS,    I3IRDS,  MOUNTED.  REVELSTOKE,^  ANIMALS  =^-^^=B.^O.  FRUITlK DAIRYf ARMS  FOR SALE  Land for* sale in Lots tf) srrit, from  20 acres up to -100, irr tire Ix-st fruit  growing section of tlie Okanagan  district on main line of the C.P.It.  J. LAUCHTGN, Prop.  Pino Clad Sand Hills of  North Carolina; vPiiic  BlulT.  A Two-Cent Stamp for  Kooklel?.  r. C. ALLEN, ������������������6aw'>"oi'ti.ai)I!.'  Two Doors South of the New Imperial   Bank  Premises formerly occupied by Union Restaurant.  Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.  Open at all 1ioilvs.~  Meal Tickets Issued.  Slrort Orders tastefully screed.  Terms Moderate.  SOUTHERN  FINES  Moore Co., N. C.  The most delightful climate for  a Home or Winter Resort.  Only sixteen hours from New  York. Write to Board of Trade  of  Southern   Pines  for booklet.  M1.CN!!!    GIVE THE  Vacuum Developer  A trial nml Ik* cciivlrituil tlrnt it will i������l������e result*  Hiltti nml lantin������. C'iii-ch wcnktieHS nnd rrrnln-  v������l������|i(Ml oru'.um, Htrietnrt' nml rni'lrncvii... Hurid  Htmnp for li'������ok Hunt Htiiilird fn plrtin fitrvi'Inpe.  THK   .STUKXVA  lll'A I/I'll A I'UA.VCK CO  7KI Conldvn Mtrcol, West, Vmn-ftrrvvr. 11.0.  Onenta! Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  THE ART TAILOR  TALKS ABOUT  SPRING CLOTHING  If you btiv vonr Spring  Suit from CHESSMAN it is  suie to lie correct in every  paiticular, And "Why?���������Because he sells the Best Goods  to be had.  Our help���������you can procure  nothing better; and Our Guarantee goes with every Garment, the Genuine Custo/n  Tailors Union Label,.   -  What more do you want���������  'The  Genuine Goods,  Modern  vCut, Fit and Muke���������All Guaranteed.  OUR SPRING SHIPMENTS  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Laig-e, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  ���������   Prop  ar  Im  that  said that the Scotch Twee ds we are showing are  THE ADMIRATION OF ALL  admirers of nice goods.      Ladies High Class Custom   Tailoring  to order.  J. B. Cressman, Revelstoke  M  i.^tBjSErf -7/  NOTIOE.  Notice Is hereby given that thirty days after  date intemi to Apply to the Chief i ommis-  fciouer of Lund* nml Works for a special lt-rcuse  to eut anil ourry nwny timber frt������m the following tleseribeti lauds Ktiuu'cd on Dudgeon  cruek, a tributary of Adnms river, I.lllooct  distrl.jt, It. U.  1. Commercing nt a post maiked * I. Me-  decry1* north east corner po-i," plaiitud at  tho north end nf Du i^eon Inke nnd on wett  side <>f cret'k. thiMtco sou h So eliains, tlience  went St) cinins. lheiR*e north SO chains, tlience  eustbo eliuius to point of commencement.  2. Commencing at li post mnrked ' I. McCleery's north we-t corner pout/' plnu*cd at  thc. north end of iMid^con Uk<* und nn cast  bank oi creek, thence south Kll chains, thenee  e >t Ho chnins, tlience norm so chnins, thenee  west SOi-huins to point of eominenecmuat.  Dated tliis 17th dny ofMarch, VM.  apl 11  I. MeCLKEUY  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty dnys nfter date  I intend to apply tittlie Chief Commissioner nf  Lauds and Works for a special lieenee to cut nnd  carry away tind ior from tlie following described  lauds in tliu West Kootenav district:  1. Commeneiug at a post ninrked "If. G. Par-  sou's south enst corner post" and pluiitud ut  ahotttoue mile north of.tho Coluudiia river, hack  of Strawberry l������'hitt theuce north SO chains, theuce  west SU chains, theuce j-outh gOchnius, theuce east  SOchaius to the plaeu of commencement.  2. Commencing at a post ninrked *'H. (J. Parson's smith west coiner post" and planted nt  about oue mile iiurth of the bank nf thu Columbia  river, hack of Strawberry l-'Iat, thunee nurth SO  chains, thencu t_;tst ������0 chains, thence south SO  chains, thencu west HO chaius to the place of  commencement.  Dated tliis 24th day of Marcli, 1004.  nieliSl 11. G. l'AKSOX.  Noi'lUti  Notice is hereby given that sixty days after date  I intend to apply to tlie Chief Conimissioner of  Lauds and Works for permission to purclia.se  tlie following descrilied lands situateil on the  North side of Upper Arrow Uike uear the mouth  of Columbia Kiver in West Kootenay District  commencing at a post planted ou the north side ui  Upper Arrow I*al;e and on the Mast boundary ui  Lot 884, Group One, and marked T. Kilpatriek's  south west corner post: tlience uorth 20 chains;  theuce east G'J chains: theuce south '20 chains;  thence west 00 chains to the pointof commencement, containing 120 acres more or less.  Dated tliis 'Sint day of February, 191)4.  T. KILPATRICK.  NOTICE.  Noti-e s hereby given that tliirty days after  datel intend to apply to the Chief Comtnis-  blouer of Lauds and Work ; for a special license  to cm und carr> away tint ber trom thu foi Imt*  lug described liuula sltimtel on Dudgeon  creek, a tributary of Adam:-, river, Lillooel  district. It. C.  1. Commencing at a post marked ������f������. McCleery's st������uth eust eurner post.*' planted ou  the en.-1 bank of Dudgeon creek ai fo.it o( Dudgeon lake, iheiifc north bO chains, thence we.-t  M) chains, thencesoulh So chnins, thencu east  HO ehuins to point of commenc ment.  2. Commencing at a pon marked *'h. McCleery's south west corner post," planted on  thu cum hauk of Dudgeon crock, ut foot of Putt-  gcou lake, ihence north Suchaiu.-, th nee nisi  8U chains, thence>outli St) chains, thunee west  VU chains to point of comnienceinent.  Dated tliis 17th day of March. 1004. .  a>I 14 r' L. McCLEKRY.  NOTIOE.  Notice is herebv tsivon tliat thirty days after  date 1 intend to apply tn the cliief onnmls-  tdoncrof Lands and \\ urks for a .-.pecial license  to cut and carrv away timber from the io I loving de.-cribed "lauds* situated on Dudgeon  creek, a tributary uf Adums- river, Lillooet  district, H. C.  ��������� 1. Commencing at a pnst marked ��������� N. Mc-  C!ecry's north wu.-t corner post," planted on  the west bunk of Dudgeon creek, about two  miles north irom Dudgeon lake, thencu .vnilli  8u<:haius, theme east M) chaitis, theuce not th  &i chains, thence west SO chains to point ot  coniinencenient.  2. Commencing at a post marked "N. Mo-  Oleerv's north CiU>t corner post,' planted on the  west bank of Dudgeon ereek about two miles  north from Dudgeon lake, thence so th nj  clminy, thenee west SU chains, theuce north SO  chaius, thence east HO chaius to point of com-  . ineueement.  Dated thisiSth day of March. 1901.  aid 14 N.McCf EEKY  .     NOTICE.  Notice Is heruhy given that thirty daysafter  date I Intend tn apply to thu Chief Commissioner  of Landsand Wruks fm* n special licuiicu tu cut  and carryaway timlier from thu following doseiib-  uil hinds iu tliu West Knntenay district:  1. Commcucing at a post marked "M.J. Parson's south west corner post" uud planted at  about one and one-fourth miles from the mouth of  lluldich creek and on thu east hunk of suid creek,  theuce mrtli Kiu cliuins, thencu east 40 chains,  theuce south IIU) chains, thence west 40 ehainsto  tlie place of commencement.  2. Commencing nt a pnst marked "M. .1. Parson's south east c niter post" uml jilanted atahuiit  one and one-fourth miles from thu month of lluldich rivek and on the east bank of said creek,  thunee norlh 1(1.) chains, thence west 40 chains,  thence south 100 chains, thence east 40 chains to  thu pluce of commencement. '0  Dated this 25th day of March, ISO*.  incli.11 M. J. PAUSON.  NOTICE.  Noiice is herehy given that thirty days after  date 1 intend to apply to thu : hief Commissioner  of Lands aud Works fora special licence to cut aud  carry away timber from the following described  lands iu the West Kootenay district:  1. Commencing nt a post marked "D. Woolsey's  south west corner post" and planted at about one  mite north of tlie Columbia rivor at 1*. Peterson's  south cast corner, theuce uorth'SU chains, theuce  east SO chaius, theuce south SO chains, thence west  SO chaius to the place of commencement.  2. Commencing at a post marked "D. Woolsey's  soutii cast corner post" and planted ut about one  mile north of the Columbia river at P. Peterson's  south east corner, theuce north SO chains, tlience  west SO chains, tlience south SO chains, tlience  east SO eliains to the place of ci mmcucement.  Dated this2*Jrd day of March, 1904."  Nimci:.  Notice is herehy given that 00 days after date I  will apply to the * hief Commissioner of Lauds  and Works fora special licence to cut and carry  away timlier from the following described lands:  Commencing at W. Sutherland's south cast pnst  situate un the west bank of the north forte of  Ka stall Cieek, theuce north NJO chaius, thence  west 40 chains, thencu south 100 chaius, thenee  east 40 chains lu the point nf commencement.  And  Commencing at W. Sutherland's south west cor*  ner pnst. situalu about une quarter of a mile north  west from the south west corner of Lot S71, thence  south SO chains, theuce east SO chaius, thence  uorth 80 chains, thence west SO chains to the  point of commencement.  Dated 15th March, 1904.  ff, SUTHERLAND.  NOTICE.  Notice is liereby pven that two months after  tho publication of tins notice I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for  permission to purchase the following described  lauds situate on the north side of Upper Arrow  Lake, in West Kootenay district :  Commencing nt a post planted near the Indian  graveyard, about half a mile east nf thu Canadian  Pacific Railway Company's station at Arrowhead  aud marked .",1ns. IL Nelson's north westcorner,"  tlience east SO chains, thence south to the shor-t  lino of Arrow lake, 20 chains more or less; theuce  west along the shore line SO chains more or less,  thence north 20 chains more or less to the pointof  commencement.  Dated this 15th day of January, 1904.  JAS. II. NKLSON.  meh-ll  D. WOOLSKY.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the chief Commis-  tiiuncrof Lands and rt orks for a .-pecial licence  to cutand earry awny timber from the foDow-  ing described lands situated on Dudgeon  creek, a Mbutarv of Adams river, Lillooet district. 11. C.  1.-nCommencing .at a post marked vR.' McCleery's south west corner post," planted on  the west bank of Dudgeon creek, about two  miles north from Dudgeon lake, theme north  liiu chains, thenee en*t 40 chains, tlience south  1G0 chains, theuce west 40 chains to point oi  commencement. ,  2. Commencing at a post marked ������'R. McClecry's south east corner post," plained ou  thc west bank of Dudgeon creek; about two  iniles north from Dudueon lake, theuce. north  So chains, theuce west SO chains, thence south  80 chains, theuce cast SO chains to point of  commencement.  Dt.ted this ISth day of March, 1901.  apl 14 - R. McCLEERY  NOTICE/-,  1 Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date 1 intend to apply to thu Chief Commissioner  of Lands it Works foraspecial licence to cutand  carry away timber from the following described  lauds in the West Kootenay district:        :  1. Commencing ata post marked "M. Miller's  north eaut corner post," and planted at. west bank  of Canoe river, about l)alf a mile above mouth nf  Boulder creek, tlience wesi SO chains, theuce south  SO chains, thence east SO chaius, thence north 60  eliains to the place of couimencetnuut. v  r  Dated this 17th day ofMarch, 1904. ' :  2. Commencing at a postmarked "M. Miller's  north east vomer post," and' planted at west bank  of Cnuoe river, abuut half a mile below mouth of  lloulder creek, thunee west SO cha ins, thencu south  SO chains; thenee east SO chains, theuce. north SO  chains to the place of commencement.  Dated this 21st day of March, 190-1.  NOTICE.  apl- 4  M. MILLER.  NOTICE.  Xotice is hereby given that thirty days after  date 1 intend io apply to the chief maims-  -sioner of Lands and Works for a special licence  to cutand carry away timber from the: follow*  111;? described lands situated on Dudgeon  creek, a tributary of Adams river, Lillooet distriet, R. C.  1. Commencing at a post marked vF. Mc-  ;, Cleery's -north east corner po>t," planted on  theeast bank of Dudgeon creek, about four  miles north from Dudgeon lake, thenee south  8 chains, thence west so chains, theuce nortli  , 80 chains, thunee east SU chains to pointof  commencement.  2., Commencing at a post marked *'F. McCleery's south cast corner po-t," planted oc  the east side of Dudgeon creek, about four  miles north from Dudgeon lake, theuce.north  SO chains, thence wum SO^chains, thenee ������uuth  80 chaius. thence east SO. chains to point of  commencement.  Dated this ISth dayof March. 1904.  apl 14 F. McCLEERY  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date 1 intend toapply to the Chief Commis-  ������ioncr of Lands and \\ orks for a special iicemc  to cut and carry away timber- from the following described lauds situated, on' liud^eon  creek, a tributary of Adum* river, Lillooet district, B.C.  Commencing ata post mu.rkcd.".E.McCleery's  south west corner {Hist," plained on the cast  bank of Dudgeon creek, t-boui four miles north  from Dudgeon lake, thence noit-ii ;i6U" cnuins,  thence east 40 chains, thence south-lt>0 chains,  thence west 40 coains to pMntof commencement.  Dated this IStb day of March 1904.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty ilays after  datu I intends to apply to thc Chief Commissioner  of Lamls it Works for a special licence to cutand  cairy away timber from the following described  lamls in the West Kooteuay district:  1. Commencing, at a postmarked "Ole Sand  berg's north east corner post." ami planted at east  bank.' of Canoe, river, about seven' niiles above  mouth of Glacier-.creek, thencu west so chains,  theuce south SO .chaius,* thence east SO chains,  tlience nnrth so chains to the pluce of commencement.  2: Commeneiug at a post marked "Ole Sand-  berg's north east corner po������t,** and planted at weist  side uf Canoe river, about eight miles above mouth  of Olacier creek,;thence west So chains, thence  south SU chains, thence east SO chaius, thence  nnrth SO chaius to the place of commencement.  . Dated this 19th day ofMarch, 1904.  apl-7  QLK 'SANDBERG.  ftp! 14 -  E. McCLEFRY.  NOTICE.  Notice ii hereby given that thirty daysafter  date I intend to apply to tlie Chief Commissioner  of Lauds aud Works fnr a Kjieciul licence to cut  aud carryaway timber from Section 27, Township  4, in Big Bend, West Kootenay. '--*  Dated thia 25th day 6f March, 1004.   .  apl 14  N. T. EDWAttDSfl  NOTICE.  ���������Notlce-lrt-hereby^given^thatUhirtyjlays^after  d'itw I intend to make application to the Chief  Commissionerof Lund* and Works for a.special  licence to cut and cany uwuy timber from thc  fnllnwing described lauds iu the Went Kootenay  district:  Commencing at a post planted on the west bank  of Columbia river at the mouth of Maloney creek,  Rig Bend, and marked ">'. T. Edwards south east  comer post," thence west 40 chains, thence nnrtii  100 chains, tlience cast 40 chains, thence south 1U0  chains to the pluce of commencement. Containing  610 acres.'  Dated this S4thdayof March, 1904.    .  np\U N.T.EDWARDS.  NOTICE,  - Ilotice Ih hereby given that thirty days after  date I Intend to apply to the Chief Conimissioner  of Lands and Works for a special licence to cut  and carry away timber from the following du-  scribed lands in the West Kootenay distriet:  Coimuenoiiic at apost marked "Ada Edwards  Houth cast corner/' Planted one-half mile un Maloney creek. Big Rend, thence west 40 chains,  thence north 160 chain*, theuce ar.st 40 chains,  tlience soutii 100 chains to place of commence-  ment.   Containing 640 acres. ���������   .   ��������� ;  Dated this 24th ilayof.March, 1004.  apl 14 , ADA EDWARDS.  NOTICE.  Jfotlea la hereby given that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the Cliief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for & imecial licence to cut and  carry away timber from the following described  lands in the West Koottmay district!  Commencing at a post planted on the west bank  of Columbia river, three miles north of Mulouey  creek and marked "A. Payne's north east corner,'  thence west 80 chains, thence south SOchaius,  thonce ctMit, 80 eliains, thence north so chains to  place of commencement.   Containing 040 acres.  pAfred this 24th day of March, 1004.  apIH A, PAYNE.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that tliirty" days after  date 1 intemi to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a special licence to cut and  carryaway timber from the following descrilied  lands in tlte West Kootenay district:  1. Commencing at a post marked "A. Cato's  south west corner post," and planted at east bank  of Canoe river, abuut four iniles above mouth uf  Olacier creek, thencu east SU chains, theuce north  SO chains, thencu west SO chains, thence soutii SO  eliains to tho place of commencement.  2. Commencing at a post marked "A." Cato's  south west corner post," aud planted at cast bank  of Canoe river, anout live-miles.above mouth of  Lilacier creek;*theuce east SO chaius, thence north  SO chains, thence west SO chaiiu, thence soutii SO  chains to the place nf commencement. >  Dated tliis ISth day of March, 1004.  apl-<  A. CATO.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after date  I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and .Woi kn for a special licence to cutand  carry away timber from the following' described  lauds in the West Kootenay district:  1. Commencing ut a post marked "J. Sutheif  land's nor tineas t corner po.-t," aud planted at west  bank of -Canoe river, about three miles above  mouth of Glacier creek, thence west SO chaius,  theneo south SO chains, thence east SO eliains,  theuce north S'J chains to the place of commencement.  2. Commencing at a*post marked "J. Sutherland's uorth ua������t corner post," and planted at east  bank of Canoe river, about four miles above mouth  of Glacier creek, thunee west SO chain-;, tiieuee  south=SU-chains,^thcnce^casWSO^cha iiis,-the ncc  north SO chaius to the place nf commencement.  Dated this ISth dayof Maieh, 190-1.  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned  have submitted to the Lieutenant Governor in  Council a proposal under the provisions of the  Rivers and Streams Act fnr the clearing and removing of obstructions from Fish Creek a creek  emptying into the North East Arm of Arrow I^ike  in the District of West Kootenay and for making  the same Ht for rafting and driving therein logs,  timber, lumber, rafts and crafts.  The lamls to be affected hy said works aro all  the lands on either side of the Said Fish Creek  which belong to thu Province of British Columbia  and thu Dominion of Canada excepting the following which the said Governments or one of them  have sold to or permitted' to'b-u occupied by thu  following persons.: ^  Name of owner or occupant.  A. McRae & J. M. Kellie  I). A. Lamey  George Lux  A. W. Thomson  P. D. Lux  A. Hannill  f. Menhinick  R. F. Perry  .lames .Snell  John D. McDonald  J. Bin-bid go  C. R. McKay  Gemge Bourgeois  E. ,L Branford  A. Boudereau  J. W. McAbee  A. D. McKay  W. H. Doig  E. LI. Holland  ' Thomas Boyter  G.1L Wears ttA.H.Turner  U. lt. Shields-  Clarence McDowell  J, A.R.Tobin  .      II. Poiricr  D.Orr  A. Gowing A A.G.Fraser  M. JL McCallum  II.'G. Christie  The rale of tolls proposed to bc charged are  such as may be fixed by tlie Judge of the County  Court of Kooteuay.  Dated March 9th. 1904.  EMPIRE LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED.  mc31-0t  Xo".'of Lot or  Pre-emption.  1.65 29(1, Group Orre  " -130  " 501          ���������'  "  GU2-       "  "  SOS           "  " 50*           "  ���������' 350(1   '     "  *'  34'JS         "  Pre-uiiiptinrr No.   27  "  ������0  it           ,.  113  ii           it  117  ii           I.  150  "           "  123  it           .1  129  ii           ii  140-  .1           it  140  it           i.  143  i:                ii  150  ii.    -      -ii  152'  it                it  153  ll                ii  154  ii                li  155  ii  15S  li                ii  151)  ii                li  ICO  ii                ii  100  ii                ii  175  t   '*                "  170  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby (riven tlrat .thirty-days��������� after  ilate I intend to (triply to the Chief (Joinmrssiorier  of LnmLr and Works for a special licence to cut and  carry away timbei* from tire following. described  lands in the AVest Kootenay district:  ��������� ? Commencing at a post marked '*M. Sutherland's  soutii west corner p ist," and planted at east bank  of Canne river about three miles above mouth of  Glacier creek, thence east SO chains, thence north  SO chains, thence west SO chains, thence south 80  chaiirs to thc* place of commencement.  Dated this 16th day of March, 1004.  apl-7  MAKGARKT SUTHERLAND.  apl-7  J. SUTHKKXAND.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  ���������tatu I irrtcrnt to apply to tire Chief Commissioner  of TUimU arrd Works fora special licence to cutand  cnrry away timlier from the following described  hinds in the West Kootenay district:  1. Commencing" lit a post inurkeil "J. Uurke's  south west corrrer post," arrd plarrted at east liank  of Cit true river, about six miles above mouth of  Glacier ereek, tlrence east E0 chains, tlrence north  80 chains, therrce west su chains, tlience south SQ  chains tu tl|p plaeu of eoiiiiiience)iierrt,  .-Dated this 18th day of Mar;clr, 1004..  2. Commencing at a post marked **J. Bnrke'x  sonth west corner post," arrd planted at east liank  of Carroe river about seven iniles above mouth of  Glacier creek, tlience east 80 chaius, tlience north  80 chaiirs, thence west SO chains, tlrence soutii E0  chains to the place of commencement.     ,t  Dateil this lBth day of March, 1904.  apl-7 J. BURKEl  NOTICE.  Notice Is heroby given that thirty days after  .Into I intend to apply to tlio Chief ( oinnilssimrer  of Lands and Works for a speulal licence lo.cut  and cnrry awny timlter from' tliu following described lands ln thu West Kooteuay district!  Commencing at a post planted orr the west  liank of Columbia river, aliout three ami nuu-hulf  rrriles south of Jordan creek, Dig Ueird, and marked  "Kirrrrra I'aynu'x south east corner," thuncu wost  80 chaiirs, tlrence rrorth 80 chaiirs, theuce east 80  chains, thenca south Uo chains to place of commencement.   Containing (Ho acres.  Dated this 24th day of March, 1Do4.  apIH  EMMA 1'AYNE  NOTICE.  Notico is liereby given that thfrty days after  date I intend to apply to thc Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a special licence to cut and  carry away timber from tlie following descrilied  lands irr the West Kootenay district:  l.:- Commencing at a post marked "L. Burke's  rrorth east, comer nost," and planted at west side  of : anoo river about.five nnles above mouth of  Glacier creek, therrce west 80 chains, therrce south  80 chains, tlieiiee east SO chains, thence north So  chains to the place of commencement.  2. Commencing ata post marked "L. Burke's  north east corrrer post,*' and planted at cast bank  of Carroe river, abuut six mites above mouth of  Glacier creek, tlience west SO chains, thence south  80 eliains, therrce east 811 chains, tlience north SO  chains lo tjiu place of ciiiiuncnceiiiwt.  Dated tl|Is 16*,h dayof March, lye*.  apl-7  L, nUKKH,  WANTED  Contractors wanted to water logs by  BIG BEND LUMBER CO., LTD.,  Arrowhead, B.^C.  NOTICE.  Notice is liereby given tliat tliirty days after  date Iintendto apply to the Chief Conimissioner of  Lands and Works for a special licence to cut and  carry away timber from tlie following described  lands iir the West Kootenay district:  1. Commencing at a post marked "Mrs. J.  Burke's north west corrrer post," and planted at  west bank of Canoe river and at foot of Grove's  rapids, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains, thence north SO chains, - therrce west 80  chains to the. place of commencement.  Dated this 19th day of March, 1904.  ���������2. Commencing at a post marked "Mrs. ij'.  Burke's north east corner post," and planted at  west bank of, Canoe river and about half a mile  above Grove's rapids, theuce west 80 chains,thenee  soutii SO chaiirs, thenee eaut 80 eliains, thence  north SO drains to the place of commencement.  Dated this 20th day of March, 1904.  apl-7  MRS. J. BURKE.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given tlrat thirty days after  date I intend to apply (o t|ic Chief Coinniissiorier  of Lands ai|d Works for a special licence to cut  and carry away timber from the following described lands, in the West Kooteuay district:  Commencing at a post marked "James Anderson's ..uorth east comer post," theuce south 40  chains, thence west 160 chains, thence north 40  chains, thence east 100 chains to place of commencement.  Dated this 24th day of March, 1904.  apl-7 JAMKS ANDKRSON,  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given tlrat thirty days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a.'special licence to cut arid  carry away timber, from the following described  lands in the West Kootenay district:  Commencing at.a post marked "Margaret Sutherland's south east corrrer post," and pbilted at  porth bank of Colupituiv rivor about half a mile  above moiitlr of Carnes oreek, therrce west 80  chains,. thence north 80 chaiirs, theuce east 80  chaiirs, tlrence south SO eliains to the place of  commencement. ,  DaUd tills 25th day of March, 1904.  apl-7 Ma'rgABKT'SUTHERLAND.  NOTICE,  Notice is liereby given that thirty days after  date I intcnil to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of I^iids and Works for a special licence to cut  and carry away timlier from the following described  lands In the West Kooteuay distrrct:  Commencing at a post marked "E. Sturdy'*  south east corner post, and planted at west liank  of Canoe river about half a mile nbove Grove's  rapids, thence west 160 chains, tlrence - north 40  chains, thence east 160 eliains, thence south 40  chains to the place of commencement.  Dated this 20th day of March, 1904.  apl-7 E. 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T'i ilip loo! od buck as long as lo  could see them with a sad, hu If-reproachful feeli g; 1 e seemed lo be  deserting. But tliis lovvuess of S] ir-  its was completely foigotton when'  I a readied Mnrweil Co.:rt, which he  had seen many a time from a distance but only once entered. On  tl at 'occasion ho was staying tvit.h  Cousin dune, thc wife of a. fanner in  the neighborhood, and accompa ietl  lor    on   a visit to. the house-keeper  scribed the interview with Intdy Gertrude, at the recital of which Sir  Arthur smiled and pinched Philip's  car. "A born courtier," lie said, enigmatically. Then sending Claude  nway,  he spoho to Philip of his ori-  Mr. Meade," she returned mournfully, "but mocking won't undo the  wrong you done my poor sister's  child for the stv.c of a. foundling  and a castaway. Bnt it's none of  my   business.   You   may   make      the  und  ns  his     intentions   concerning i boy prime minister    to-morrow     for  Mrs.      Meade had   alieady  gin  hinr,  done  "Your foster-father," ho said, iu  conclusion, "wishes you to do exactly what you like best. TTo is  quite ready to give up all claims  upon you, if you like to live wilh us  and share my son's education and  other advantages. There is u pony  for you alieady. You will go to  school  with  Hugh  li.l  you  ure  both  and nrt.ch cigres.-ion and repetition.  "]>trt rnotrie:, what is my riunc?"  he asked for at icast t! e ni*?lh timo  for he was thee*, out with eivjht  evad' o answers to this important  question.  "My rea ," s'c replied, on being  thus b'orght to buy, "it's lilt'e  f linn e you have of keeping the Fifth  Commandment wi'h yo-.:r poor mother in lier grave this seven years.  It's oily 1 cr dying wisiies you can  obey, w! i h is, you was to ho called  VI ilip Kan Inl and ask no questions"  Pi.i'ip r Ighed; le had long since  discovered that the whole duty of  youth consisted in not as-ing questions, and the whole intero.*.l and joy  of youth in doing so. He gave Mrs.  Meade's ample form a tight squeeze  and asked if he wu.-> to be sent tn  Slarive 1������ Court   to   live.  "Net' if you don't want to go,  my dear," she replied, toiir'erly  strokirg his hair on which t'-'e brig' t  silver of the moon now shimmered.  "Me and your father wauls to keep  you bad enough, but we can't bring  oifscives to stand in your light.  Phi! Sir    Arthur  would  make    a  gent|i*nurn  and a  made man  of -yo.  .Mrs.   Meade  wont   on   to   speak  college    education  and  of    expenses,  reaching    far-      into      manhood.      of  9iir> i "!*'*-c'y     for   Kloa.    Hun   away      with  Claude now."  Dismissing him with a wave of the  hnnd, Sir Arthur di-misscd the sub'  je? t as well, consirieiing lho event of  I'll ip's l?refer ring SlKlbiooke to  Mitt-well as too improbablu to bc  taken   into   account:  Tho few days spent ut Marwcll  foemed months to Philip, overythi g  being so irew and strange. Claude  nnd Hugh wero capital companions,  lor a hoy without brol'ors tho  younger children and tho little girls,  too. wore companionable. Tl pro was  so much to enjoy, such vatiely of  games and pastimes, so many,books,  so many objects of into ot, such  space for play. Claude oven hud a  gun, besides ih hi..g-. o^s, cricket-  bats, carpenters' tools,  and a boat.  Their titles in the park wero e'e-  liglAtt 1; tho pretly shyoyod deer  s-.ta.ifmg away from thcm, tie pale  gray mass of masonry everywhere  showing  itself  in  sonic  new  and  im-  among  lho   many     thoughts jostling  in his small brain as le swept up the . p0strg  light,   tic  large  gardens,   the  nveiiuo,  pdit oi:e wir.g and   rui  ed  in . |10me  farm,   the  harriers,   all     either  \vi:'o  poitkoed e..t: ance. ; pleased   him  or  iniprcscd  his  fancy,  l-.'o- liked to go  with tlie other child-  up   the  ste;s I rnn  after dinner iiito tie long clraw-  and   through   ddois  miigicr.Ily    il^l g j ii-g-i'oom,  opening into  a long   vista  t.'Oioru  Like a  dreamer-,   I.o got  down     f om i  tie dogcart  and   wer.t  up   the  ste;s |  Hi 1 .  open of -tiremscles to a'dinit 1 im. | O'f",;ri',wii'g-r'ooms', and" g"io'ii(:'od w'iiea  1 e.e we e tall spleii'i ly dressed I ]o (il.st snw ,-,_ ,}y a bkl./0 ot sunFoL  goailemcn in colored vcl.ets, s-ilk, , rauj,1(? through the tall western win-  and gold, V eir heads more floury -. dows. ,,e wanr!ere(l at tho la'*ios'  than tlroso oi the men at t' omilt at. K|r,���������niine arms and shoulders, their  home: kind and polite in spue or ip���������..,|s and silken (ljthos and liked  their hewili*o mg s;lcir.'o-, Xo lorg- (lloil. gentle manners and relinod ac-  er PI il liandal, the miller's boy, l.u,t   eent..  a    fairy   prince     I enetratirig  to      l-he | ' "\Voli,    Philip,"    snid   La'dy      C.'er-  heait of some dark emhantinent,  he | u*Udo, when ho stole up to n'position  behind      her   sofa  just   after   dinner.  launcliirg a youth in any profou- j Pl  iion. "Then, my dear," she con- wny  tinned, "your father and mo are  plain peoi.'le, thougli comfortable,  and wo know..", milliners, its well as  most; -and i will say tliat for Menrh*.  never a bad word cortrcs out of his  mouth, and always takes his hat  off to his belters: and nggavaiing  as Co'sin Jane may be, while under  liis roof he's never riotlien but civil  to .'ier. The-worst ���������he ever said was  one Chri-tnias time w-hen Cousin  Jane was onldckicr than ever'I  knew, and said'things-made me wish  tie vi tiles might choke Ier. T could  ���������wish,        ma'am, Say     Iiieadc,       as  smooth ns cream, 'your tongue had  a been marie no longer than your  temper. You'd ha' been a? happier  woman'.' Siie looked pretty.'straight  at him. but it done her good. 'Your  father's a good man, my dear. You  never     see     lim   sit   dowrr   to   meals  ! passed  through  a spacious and   boa'i-  |liful      hall,     with    a  shining  iiiyrl>h>  floor, with pictures on tho walls and  white figures poised on pe'e.tals like  wi, gloss ar-gcls ready foi' flight,-with  rich  hangings   holf-shrouding      t'oors  tind windows, and  was almost start-  :. led'when  tie handsome'Ind  who ha.l  :i played   wilh   him   in   the  garden   '.at  home came ''bounding  down   the  wi_.c  soundlos staircase  to  receive  him.  I    "Hullo.   Handal,  here yorr   nre    at  last,"    tried     Claude,       bri:'gi g  l.i:o  fairy  prince t oni  legions  of  c'im  on-  0f i chantment  lo   the solid  earth'   with  a  ,<_.   I bounce.    "How   nro  you?    Come  my mother's  room."  ip   answered   him  , in   a     dtv o:l  and   followed   him  upstairs    (ind  along  thick-can eled   coni'os   to     a  room     full     of  btrange   llower-scents  and   pale  blue satin.  "Lady   Cie trude's   room  said  before he ol cried the door,  in  "i'o you still think this a beautiful  horse? And what do you think tho  most  beautiful   thing  in   il ?"  "You, ma'am," ho lejlied, without  hesitation to thp great amusement  of some ladies staying in the houso,  who. were near.  it was a new wonder after this  glimpse of enchantment, to see the  Tami iar her'ge-rows and tide's floating ; ast lim in the summer sunset  when  lie  was  driven  homo again.  Tlo arrived just as dusk was fall*  irg; tie lamps shone sparse and; (iim  in l.ho gray streets and wee rcflert-  ed from the bridge in tlio still mill-  stream and there, '-.under..the plane-,  tree, sat Mis. Meade in her homely  fami'iar dress, with .levsio ha'f-  nslecp on let- knee, and tliere. Issuing from the green shadows, was  Claude | Matthew   himself.  I     How g ad tl py were see him ngc.in.  to  low tone that implied something like'1"'"'   Jc-vic   dung   to   him,   .-ind   how  awo I pleasant and cosey the hoincli'-e par-  "This is Plilip Handal, mother," i '-''* seemed with the canr'le lighted,  he said, jnve .liny I irrr to the lenr-i,le supper spicad. and Sarah coming  lift)!,      plainly-drcr-scd  ladv   ro. lining ' >n   v"m' s'"i''S   of  wel-ome.  v.ii! out washing his hands. Hut ho  and me haven't' got the manners of  Sir Arthur'and her ladysliip. Troy'rc  higlr folk with manners to match.  There's manners and manners, .same  cs i" ore's plain sowing nnd lino  needlework, and there's noth'en, no,  not whooping-cough or  catc'tircer than���������:maimers  must think haid about it  haps you might pui it in  ers, my dear, to have a  mt'i't.**"  V, ith  these words and a  scarlatina, ) Philip ?'  by  tho  open   window.  ]     "So    you    no    Pl.i'ip,"   she  said,  "looking-thoughtfully at lim.  I     "Yes,   if  you   plesiEe,' ma'am."     he  replied,  lespectfulli-;   "and I    have a  mother,   loo,"   lie  added,   standing  in  front     of    hor and resting his olbnw  on   fc'.'P  arm;   "slie sent  her   duty     to  you."  "So you aro nol, afraid of us?*'  sho as!-e.:i, siui'iug ns I'll ip supposed that' angels smile, and ca e s-  ing lis reverent, ttpturned fare with  her dainty hand, white-cs a lily and  soft   as   a   roe l.-.-.f.  "So, ma'am. And I like- yo.ir  house, though it's the biggest I e\or  was in.  "Po   you   like  small   houses     best.  '���������'I'n.! c your time. Phi1, take your  time."'his? father said afler supper,  whon (|i:e. tionirg l'im about I is vis--  it;   "mind,   it's for  life,  so don't    e'e-  .Iiurry.      P* iMp. lr  od  (t e  m  hi*, face and then in Pis mother's,  and said "nothing, but in his heart  ho r*eci:'od once for all. "I'll never  leave   theni,"   he  thought  CIIAPTEi:   UI.  all 1 s.'hottld meddle. And let Jessie  go barefoot. Not that she'll evor  come to good, spoiled and muddled  up as she is."  "Make a land agent of liini^  Mea*.?e." interposed Mr. Plunimer,  Cousin .Jane's husband, witli some  haste. "Sir Arthur's agent's line  gentleman enough for anybody, so's  his  wifo."  "A lawyer," observed Mr. Cliecso-  man, the corn-denler nnd town  coun'-i lor, "is a gentleman by act  of pa: liament. I'll warrant law's a  tino bu* ine;s. lt  takes  brains and  it  mukes  money."  "Lawyers," added Mr. Symos, tho  clockmaker, "have a linger in everybody's Pie. Mr. Westley has half  the  town  under his  thumb."  "You may say what you like."  addeu irr. Pltrmmer, "whatever bue-  ine.-.s a lawyer's in. the numey sticks  to en. Whether it's drawing of a  lease, or raising of a morgige; the  sovereigns cleave to his fingers. Give  a lawyer money lo lay out and  you're a lucky man if j'Ou lives to  seo tho half of it agen. Whoever  lulls, a lawyer's never broke. There's  money  in law,  Meade."  "Aye, but think of the rascality,  I'lummor,"  sighed M*r.  Mcado.  "To bo sure," was the cliorussod  reply, ."whoever heard of a honest  lawyer ?"  "Miilors haven't always been reckoned straight men," observed a  hitherto silent smoker. Air. Ileade,  grocer tind church-warden. What's  that about the miller's - thumb,  Meade, oh '" -:  "Mr. lleade must hnv l-.is johc."  commented Martha, coming forward  lo see' if people's glasses wore pro-  pe ly filled, amid a. thorus of chuckles  over   tho  je: t.  "live hoard say 't is a fine thing  to be a barriitcr," Mr. Mcar'o continue:!, "but nies-t-ll', I can't see it.  I3cfo o ever 'they cam so much' as a  penny piece they've got to eat dinners for a year or two in a. sort of  church. And when they got a job  ,'t is mo.stly a dirty ono s-o -far as I  can make out. A ban k-.tcr that  gets a scoundrel oif hanging is a  made man, they tell mo, and .run  aft.er by overy villain in tho land.  Philip''can cut? dinners at..home, and  tlio fewer scoundrels got let 'off. the  better.: Doetoi ii g I've laid awake  over* many a tiight. . '-.But.I shouldn't  like tho boy to live o(T other folk's  ills. As for a clorgman, I'O won't  so"much as look at it."  "it does seem hard work to be a  honest nirin and a gout Ionian to bc  sure,*' ��������� commented Mrs. Meado  "IIanv a time 3'**e said_to Moado.  'let the child be plain and honest. "  "You may warnnt," ac'dn'tl lier  husband, "gentle or simple, 'tis a  l'oiivy thing to be honest and rich,  whatever  trade you  take.  A (horus of denials followed, for  nearly oil pre:er it were men of'substance and each convinced of 1 is own  integrity, though doubtful of that of  others.  The"-' curl     of this  and   many  such  conferences:-..was   that  Philip     found  himself  one line morning perched upon a. high' stocl   in  Mr.  Westley'sof-  i fice.     an  artitlod  dork.      Iio      camo  1 homo     at uig'.t, pale anil silent;     at  thrust a bottle into liis faco and  asked  him what le meant by that.  "Mean, sir ?" returned Philip, "I  suppose I meant it for cough mixture."  Alas ! it was a poisonous compound intended for outward use and  clcady marked for inward in Philip's  handwriting.  "you murderous young dog !"  shouted   tire   doctor.  "I'm not a dog," retorted Philip.  "I have uot. mado a beast of myself,'  he added  with  sarcasm.  "What do you mean ?" cried tho  doctor wilh a thick utterance  "I mean," cried Philip, suddenly  and pussionately, "that. 1 came hero  to study moJi ino, and not to bo  bullied and sworn at and rnado to  do  all  your  work."  "Take that," roared tiro doctor,  with ombol ishments, boxing his  ears, whereupon Philip seized him by  Hie collar and laid him flat on the  floor, in which position Dr. Maulo's  grown-up son entering, discovered  them.  "This is ,. nice marly behavior,  Randal," sni'd young Maulo, picking  up liis irate parent and placing him  in a chair; and after much'blustering  on the old man's part, and vain attempts at peace-making on the  son's. Philip found himself in t'*e  st:eet, witli tho information that his  indentures would have to be (ancell-  ed   and  ho  need   uot  return.  So ended Philip's second career.  "What's the good of a fellow liko  mo ?" he .thought, marching defiantly down tho street and whistllntt  savagely.  He finished thc evening with somo  fellows of his own age, not a very  steady set, and tried 'wilh loud  merriment,' jovial songs and deep  potations,  to  bury his chagrin.  It was late when he bent his wavering steps - homeward, - wondoing  why in the World the houses kept  knocking up against him, and who  was that vi'.lain continually pushing  him olT the pavement. To solve tho*������(j  problems, ho leant against -a  post, mournfully wailing:  "Why did my master sell mo  Upon my .wedding day ?"  him.     to    communicate   all to     his  father.  it wns a heavy blow to Matthew  and Martha, whoso fust thought was  to buy Philip out at onvo; but Matthew Meado was not a man to do  anything in a hurry. Ho considered  lho subje-.'t well first, , and finally  Mr. Ingleby's advice, coupled with  Philip's owrr earnest supplications'  and urgent reasonings, together with  Dr. Mntile's report upon tho lad's  capacities, induvod Mr. Meado to  yield a reluctant councilt to hi.s prodigal's remaining in tiio ranks. Mr.  Ingloby had taken an interest in tho  boy   for  years,   and   liis   verdict  was    ..-������  WINTER   FEED.  Tho feeding of tho breeding flock in  tho winter season is a totally dilloi*-  ent proposition from feeding lor market, and vory oi'icn trouble arises  from not recognizing tho necessity of  persuing a courso in accordance with  that ho sufiere'd 7rom"bcinK 'cdiicaiod j ������*hot������.a. in vi"w' .���������u Principal point  above his surrouii.'ir.gs, and would ������ '������*?������������ "-'������������������' |������"'.������ff f"'' the breeding  infinitely profit from tlo discipline ! '*?ck 1S to "���������"-������������������������t������",������ its health and  in tho ranks. Ho also undertook to i vigur, n,:t to juhko largo gams in  Inlcrcs-t his brother, a captain in tho Weight. A.ith tho breeding owo somo  snme regiment.-dn the now recruit. !<>'���������'������������������' "' weight during tho winter soa-  So  it camo  to  pass shortly     after is!m   is  ������""���������*������>���������>*<���������  prodded   it  is     not  tliat Philip looking, ns 'titlo .le-sie  thought, very smart and handsome  in liis infantry. uniform, and feeling  very gay  and  hopeful,   mar hed  wilh  'tlie result of tho heavy feeding ot  grain, especially corn. Tlio brooding  owe should bo healthy and vigorous,  but  not  too  fat,   nnd  will  bo  all  tho  his regiment on board a troop-ship hotter if sho has gained somo in  bound for tho East, amid the thnn-. '*.osh and not from an accumulation  tier of a vast crowd's dieeis. tiie | of fat. Gain that comes from good  weeping of women and children, and ;clover hay, corn-fodder, bean pods,  a thousand piteous littlo farewell jbd.vht oat st:avv, silage or roots,  scenes. with   a   littlo  ground   oats,   cornmcal  Matthew Moado, with Martha and |and bran mixed, equal parts by  Je'fic, now a pretty plavful girl of wel-ht* wlU strengthen the owe, not  twelve, wiih deep bine eves and hrilr weaken her. Not that all those foods  of woven sunbeams, stood amid t;!e!���������"���������'-, required, but that there should bo  crowd to-'tvatth tho embarkation m?d ; "��������� variety,  so  that  tho flock will  not  wayo  Philip  a  last     farewell,     with  deeply  moved lien ts.  It was. iiK'nerl a moving scene, calling a complexity of tho'deepest feelings into play,', one Whi-.h few Eng-  li.-hmen could witness without strong  tiro of their feed or got "stalled." A  littlo silngo or roots will keep " tho  digestive organs active, and somo  bran with tho grain is also useful for  this purpose. If a flock-owner has  neither ?.mangels,   , turnips.,   or; sugar  thrills of patrotic pride and fear nnd-beets, he will '.ind thut cull potatoes,  hope, and fow human beings without ;sma':hed .in a box with a woodon  He i.lirring of tendoro t sympathies, [pounder and a food giverr two or  Tho great shins lay like giarris nt I three times a wcok, will bo greatly  rest on tho blue waters, lho l>uu.ut.i- 'i-Riishcd and prevent a feverish condi-  ful winged wooden warships looking it|on of tIl0 digestive organs,  like  living creatures,  and   lho     groat       i.. ..     ,   r ,      ,-        ._��������� .,  the     shore  was     li.iod I.. '^"^     ,,cfore   ,al"bl������S'   time      thoro  t: ooP-ships;  and  covered  at every  coign  of   Vaii-  | should  lie  Icnrf     food  given  and  tho  . ,    , ,   . ���������,,   ���������**"', icornmeal  should   be  loft  out     of     the  UlIU,,' ! ^"U'^'^mrn ^tcri't:"0^! '������������!���������.    Then care shott.dbo taken not  moro or lo-s sorrowful; for as rogi-  ment after regiment matched by. with  firm, even ftop the spectators    could  with  his   hat   lipped   over   one     eyo. \ not |)Ut rumembnr the ceitainly  thnt  .lust    at    this   moment who  should  many  of  I hose     line  nren   would     re-  r.ome around tho corner but his beie (ul ���������**        in no  luo ,,.   a���������  Umt    liltc  none,  tho viuir,   roturtng  f.om    Up. winll!1. duv the jusli c or injustire of  Cailyons dinner pti'ty. t,.n jmi,clHlji.K but as yet undc.larod  Oome,  RnnffL-    sard   tor.  l.ryan, wnl.  wil���������   ,{lls.ia   wns  forgoltcn:   for  1-nll.v: lv ''Ulnt        'mi    .-r.il        rl,,i. tr ' . _ . . , .  roug-;.'ly. '"lYhat     oie  you  he c ?      You   are   drunk.    Oct  directly."  "Oct: homo 'self.'.' retorted Philip,  thickly; "'sgraccful time of night  for .parson." *.  Waxy    Iirynn,    as   the   sl.reet*-boys  called   tlieir  hot-tempered   Irish   pus-     _  tor, instead or leaving the luckless j '^\'\y'Tomomber that" thoy were  boy to grow sober beforo going  home, angrily pushed' him away from  Ihe lamp-post. Philip, to save himself, caught at him, the streets wore  slippery "with rain, and after a biiof  struggle tho two fell fitll length in  each other's arms on the pavement,  just as a polkcmnn sauntered  around : the  corner.  Mr.   Bryan   was  soon   on  his     feet  to disturb lho flock in any way; arid  dogs and other animals? should bo  kept entirely away. The ewes should  bo out every day except, during snow  or rain storms, or whori the weather  Is  EXTREMELY   COLD.  There, is nothing like iresh air    if    it  does not como in  tho shnpo of drafts  or wot.    Sheep aro not  affected  with  cold   like  other-rarm  animals,      pro-',  taken  up  and  repealed  from  ship  to!vid������d  tllc>'  nr������  sheltered .from   rains,  ship and  from rank to rank of   that  "now   storms    or   heavy  m.stsi,  moving    mass   of    armed men      and , w*-'st   their    fleeces     and   chills  broken  bv   the  gov  dciiancc  of      the * Hence winter quarters for the  martini music,   those present.      could   should  not bo too  warm,  and  Eng- | ventilation is a prime necessity.  , -ia.  was  lorg  .ul:tfins cheer nfter  cheer  thundered  along  Iiom<������ . l)l0 filol.0 iliui eehocil hack from wall,  bastion,   and  churdi tower,  and wa-s  So  ard  vour  igl.t  you  IC -  p ray-  it d--  'Violl, you see. I've  small horses all my  pltiii'.oJ. "and just .-,  one fen's  strange.      ih"  been used to  life,"' l.o ex-  . lirst a birr  i.Y*-, I dii'n t  such   ime  rn  final  tuckiirg-up,  Mr  Mea '  am  out    or"  the     moonlit atik-,  Pl-.i'ip.   in   a fever  of     confus  aeitati g    thoughts  fedi   gK.  'know   that  people   lived  kiss | places."  tole i    ������������������[ hope you will be hnppy in     our  !ea\irig r '.n  so." she said, giacj-jusl*.:  "Cl.i' do  rl      ami !vvi!l sliow .vou  evc..-v thing.   Knn away  nd bcwilc'ciirg i now.   boys,  and don't get  into  moro  I mischief   than  you   can  help."  He  thought he  should  never  go  to  sleep;   ic i cai d  the  tali   rh ck  on   tho  _-1t_a]lii   sts ike   ten _K*st_ as  hi*J   mother  left   tho   room,   but ~befo~rc~ hor"_rant-  M.eps  hid  ceased   io  ec'-o  a'on;  boars'ctl    pa'Snges,     with hia  still     flung     wide,  the sudt'en  slcer'      of rliilt'hood descended  his   li'e;!   eyes  and   remained  ti'l  morning.  A    few  days  Inter     Phi'ip,   In  ! Phi ip kissod the hand t'at was  ! under his chin with a natural unenn-  jsiious grace U at gavi* pleasure, nnd  ' tho  lio.vS~left~tlif'_room���������Claiiuo-with-  j    tho ! .in   air   of   iclief.  arms I     "Hy   Jove,   I'; i ip,"   le  raid     whon  sweet I they   wore  oitUside  tlio" door,   "you've  So the chi d's will .'prevailed.: Philip  j knew   r'.othi. g  of  the io .t o.c* sy  he- !  tweerr   the   ii.e.iv.-a.vs   tind   the   Mca.es'  as   to   w-.ich  ;.ot.se he should   belor.g. '  , Sir   Aitiitr hr.d   ncal.Iy co seriie.-l  io  refer   tie  (pkiuit:!���������?n   to .the   hoy,   v.it**.-  jout dic.iming that a   tad of that age  ;������o,Jil he it.tis* f-.r  a  R;o:u'--nt  in jre-  feri ing  such   a   home   as  ! e iind       I o  olier   to   tire  gra;.   s.olil-de   rf     *r-ti,l-,  ��������� I,! ooke   Mill.  "Ye.y      g':o,'.',      sir,"*   w,-s   :.Ieade's  '.ist wort's.    "If you  takes the bwoy. |  I   ?coes   to   lav.- " j  '    T.is dinrhed  the matter; the Med-I  ' ways dreaded the publicity of a legal ���������  pro*e s ! eyond everything. As ^ilat-.  r.i:**w ���������   lad      represented,   Philip   was1  ' t'fn   tislly  at Sir  Ait-ur's gates,   he.  | co. Id w.-itdr hinr and ma'-'; suns of.  ���������is   vveli'.re.       liis   a'lopiive       father J him.  ��������� pio gcd 1 iinself to give Lim the best! Many, a  j c*nT cali^r,���������ro���������hf;- i-nd���������in A-ilte-'-e ���������anf!��������� ~.**t-o*rer-  I start   him   afterward   in   a   profession '; h,is bones  .I'1 i the end of a month, n. doctor had to  be consulted.   The doctor  rorommen  dod   air      and  taken speedily ie.-.torod tlie patient.  Six weeks more iit tlie '.office reduced  Philip to the samo low level. I-Ii's  ���������release came; Mr. Meade's purse was  lightened, and there wus 'Philip:/rec.  and  a standing jirotilcrn  once'more.  A period of idling followed, then  Philip, having. r.e.������tly set his. dog's  broken leg in splints, suddenly took  it into his head to bn a doctor, rc-  mi'm! o- i* g ihat, a t'ocior ran enter  either army or navy. Therefore''.one  memo.!  .vc r      of  Philip making piUs in Dr. Maulo's  surgery, with a "listless air and 'rlis-  pi, iteil   face.  He-had been apprenticed for more  than a yecr arid a half, and felt  himself little wis.er than he had been  nt the bcgt:.ni.''g. As for oldMaule.  as he called   kirn,   ho soon   found   out  an'd promptly gave Philip,into cits-I  tody for knocking him down, and  the unhappy boy finished tho night  at the polico  .station.  What a waking was his next morning ! Racking hcudui he, sickne s,  bodily  depression,  nnd  heavy shame.  The brawl-had not been without  witnesses, an'd when Mr. Bryan Woke  in the morning with acodl head nnd  exorcise; whh'h being | remembered ti at l.o had in sober  ��������� truth committed the assault, vindictive as ho was-, ho considered it bolter not lo prosecute Philip. Iio  therefore repaired to the station  early; and  withdrew  his  charge.  Phi'ip,   haggard   and       di.vhevelled, j  wiih  the '.'i^ieputable    air     that   always clings to peoplo who have pass- I  e'd the  night  in   their  clothes,     took I  refuge in a small public-house, feeling  that ho could not go  Komc .\ct,  and  rat  down  to  wi ite  homo.   His  diz-cy  le      night   in tho memorable .'throbbing      head  weighed  upon      his  the     Crimean  war,   found j hands as  he  sat  with  elbows  on   lho  table and tiied   to  find  words fit for  Ivided   they   oro   sheltered , from  which  tlrem.  (lock  good  Cold  lisli'mcn,   animated  by one  hope,   sti-|dr..fts  are  a  rrcquent  cause  or  trou-  miilnted   to   ono   common   duly,   oiti-'Ho  in  a  Hock,  ns  when-exposed      to  /ens  of  a  great  nation   wilh   centtir- , them   tliey  are  likely  to  show  sym]>-  irs of honor  and  achievement  behind   t'oms of cjitarrh, or  "snullles."  Hence  her and thc dim splendor of a great Ventilation   by      means  of  air-shafts  future before her, and that the honor |extending   frani  'near    tho   lloor       to  of  England  would  perhaps  soon    boloboyo  tho  roor  is  much  safer      than   0  at stake. | open  windows "and  doors during cold  And so the-war passion took them; 'weather.' -lititl sheep never suffer from,  .  for  the  English" aie"," as  every   truly   being kept  in  nn  open  shod  with      a  gieat nation must, be, a. martial peo-j light roof and tho open  side to     tho  pie,  they do  not rush into war with |or,st;A as  our  worst   storms  generally  a  light  heart,  or,  kirow ii.g.'y,  for an|con*o  from,the southwest,     it  is  not  unii*t   cause;   thc   waste,   tho   agony, jtlies   cold   therefore   that   affects       the  tho pity of it appals thcm:  for    thoy ! Hock,   but  drafts  striking thorn  in   ,a  are too brave not to bo humane:  but   warm  b.nrn   while   tln.*.\   are heated,  onco  convinied   that  it  is  I heir" duty |    of   course,   when   Itiinbs   aro   coming,  to      light,   t.hov   light   heroically.   sil-:ti:0 cwes must bt, E\Vfm wanner quarters,   and  a  sspnrntc   place  should   be  partitioned   oil  for  thcm'whore    they  will  he warm nnd  chilled.     The  owo  should   bo  kept,   in  for a   few davs so  bo interfered with  to  know  her own  owo should bo let into the barn  e.'Oi'cise   while   the   lamb   is   kept  that all'his skill  was built upon ex- j fJ,,i.,iP.  perierrce   and   that   he   was   as   iircap-  ab e as  he  was  unwilling  to      teach  w* en      hc failed  in   those  Sir  ninr'o      a     ((inquest  of  her   ladys' ip.  SI e can't Lear hoys."      And.  ta' ing  I him to thc libraiy to Sir Aithur, he  his I forthwith,   to   Phi ip's   surpri e,     dc-  ir   Arthur   could   step  rn  < onditiim--,  in   the  upon  there  his narrative. An hour went by "and  he had not got beyond "e'ear father;" he heard loungers at tho bar  discussing "this hero ���������Rooshiaii job;"  the smart, quick music of life tuul  drum called all to doors, and windows, and Streot corners. Even  laiscd his heavy bend and  looked up t.o see a recruiting-party  wilh streaming ribbons step briskly-  past to llio tunc of "Come cheer  up my lads, 'tis to giory we. stent* 1"  _The whole thing was inspiring t.o  one "so "downciist-as~Plfilrp7"anrr~of^  foiod a sudden solution of ids lifoV  problem; war was coining, men wero  wanted,���������'��������� 'volunteers'. wero olTcringr  promotion would be quick. In a  1 short time, Philip was tlie richer by  !a sliver  shilling  in   liis   pocker     and  nntly. patiently, with an unquestioning discipline unknown to other nn.-  fions.  And.after all is not that magnificent, terror, war, the school of heroism and self-sacrifice, tire purge' of  coAOloi'snc-s. the cerr.entcr of friendship and patriotism, tlio curb of  cruelty and nurse of pity, and does;  it not foster kindness and mutual  admiration botweon nations oven iir'  the s-oa unites thc land it teems to  di*.itio ?  At   least,     so   thought  Philip  Ran- |  dul.     As for little Jes.de Meado. sho! in reach.  cried to hcr heart's content, not so j X\'o have never been nhlo to find  much because Plilip wns going away any renorir, or experiments ns to tho  ts   hc-auKe  the   vast,  enthusiasm     of  host  tempei-itirre   for     the     'breeding  the lambs not got  and young lamb  a small open pen  that they : will not  tind Lhe owe gets  lamb. Then tho  Tor.  in  j until it is old enough lo run around.  I Tho pons should hc well bedded with  jrl'an  sl,*aw.  and  water  always with-  tho crowd,  and the stir and color of , Hock,  for     thu   ewes   at   lambing  tho scene hor nerves ami wo',(> dim, time, but we should rep-ard 40 dc-  antl inexplicable feelings of gradeur 'greet asi warm enough for the gener-  itnd glory  within  her.'       " j al   f'ock,  nnd-nhorit  .*>.">. for  tho     ewe  "Oil, mot hur," she cried, "look i jwith a young ���������liiinh. "Have anv of our  Tho big soldier and thc wliile kit-'renders made, tests .along,,., this line?  ten !" And  there, cistinct against ! If so,   v*hnt Kpb been   the' result?     AVe  tlie soldier's i ed tunic and unril&lurb- J think tho question of proper tempered by  tho music and martial tumult, [attire an important one to the broed-  for  bunch. of   ribbons  h'endn.chc  ('id' the poor  lad  1 j r M-iuLle^s_mediral _bo o ks,_  and his 'instruments:'    thn  names of difl'ctent bones and muscles  refused   to  remain   in   his  head,     the  M iu to -Merwrll  Court icon fr-i'cd io I books   were  a hope'ess ma/o  without  a      dim      goLlc-n  memory  in   Philip's ! n . i Im;.   he   begun 'to   think   that     ho  mind;   he   foigot   Claude   and   Hugh's I had     no  aptitude for   the Profession.  <o *-ri;.tif n      of      thdr m hods      and j and  to  crown  ail he had  to l.e inler-  1 spoils-,   and   lire   glowing  picture     of'rrrpled     so    perpetually     in   receiving  1 ll u   1 ton   lie     r.ovv   lo   ho     Claude's 1 patients,   inking   their   messages   uud  land     the   lad's  (ongenitil   companion- ��������� mr.xing  their nrcdirir.es that no scon-  ;slip.       Kvc..v tiling   connected       with'or  had   ho  succeeded   in   making  him-j sorrow   at   the   mill,   and   Mr.  j them  slept out of sight in  his  mind ; self acquainted  with  thc carotid  ar-   '"   ''  ' '"*'        '*"  wl i'c thc quiet .years slipped by liko j lory or the thyroid curtilage thnn a  a peaceful dream, und Philip grow a j report, upon old Mr. Robinson's gout  .tall, lanky lad. a sore puzzle to the j drove both cartilage and artery  mi ier  now  thut  tho  time  was    come ! out of  his mind.  for fhoodng a profession. |     "Teach '."  the  old    doctor      would  As  usual   t'o  wishes of youth    did ' say  with  a hearty  oath,   "how     tho  From Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough  or Colds  You Can  Depend on  Dr. Chase's Syrup of  Linseed and Turpentine-  "iVhen breathing is difficult and  there is a tightness in the chest Dr.  Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine cuts away the phlegm and  clears  tlie uir passages.  When the bronchial tubes and lungs  are irritated, inflamed and sore from  hard coughing Br. Chase's Syrup of  Linseed and Turpentine, with its  healing, soothirg influence, acts as a  balm to bring relief and euro to the  diseased parts.  Time lias proven the reliability of  this favodte family inedicirc. Kx-  perience has taught mothers that  there is rio worthy substitute for  Dr. Ohase's Syrup of Linseed und  Turpcntii c.  Bcln^;   composed  of  simple  ingredi  ents, pleasant to thc taste and ca.sy  to take, Jlr. Chase's Syrup of laii-  f.ced and Tiimentino i.s especially  suited ns a rnedidnc for children.  When awakened at night by the  dreadful croupy cough of her child  many a mother hus remembered with  gratitude that she had this great  medicine at han'd for instant uso.  Promptness is everything in treating  this disease of the throat and  lungs.  T)r. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine; 25 cents a bottle, family  siiro (three times tis much) 00 cents,  tit all ('calers, or Rdmitrrson, Pates  & Co., Toronto.  To protect you against imitations  the portrait and signature of Dr. A.  VI. Chase, tho famous receipt book  author, arc on every bottle.  not chime with the counsel.*''of riper  age. Tho navy, nlone had charms  for Philip: the church for his parents. A vision of lhe boy's merry  faco rising above gown and white  hanr's. in tho oaken pulpit of CIceve  Church, haunted Atrn. Meade's mind  with' beatific persislcncc, while Mr  Monde felt, il. would be a; grand thing  to hear Philip road tho burial set���������  vi"o over him and perhaps preach  his   funeral  sermon.  Philip's only, alternative proposition was thc army. Tho question  was seriously debated at a. Christmas gathering at Stillbrooko Mill  by a small knot of el iers grouped,  church-warden in hand, round the  firo in the common parlor whilo the  young people played games in tho  best  pnilor.  "Vou rimy depend upoiiiit, Meade,"  observed 'Cousin .fane, an uninvited  presence in tho smoking parliament,  "you'll hov to pay for bringing tho  boy up nbovo plain folk."  "I'vo paid already, ma'am, for  this year," replied Meade, "antl got  schoolmaster's receipt upon tho file."  Cousin .Jane's liusbiiii'd's mouth  went upwards nt this observation.  "You've a rirjlvt to mock at your  wifo'si  relations  at  your  own  fireside  devil  arn  your   thick  I  to   iind   time  to  head ?       Nobody  cram  Lhe   smarter  In  his hat.  Tn      tho    meantime  there had  boon  Meade  had hurried early in the morning to  Dr. Maulo's to see if ho could throw  any light upon the boy's disappearance.  Dr. Mimic was sober and melancholy at this hour of the 'day. Thouijh  a hard drinker ho was seldom as  overcome  as on  tlio presetting night;  tv tiny wliile kitten "-rodo gravely to  the war ..on hcr mnsler'si shoulder. In  front of tli'o kitten "nitirelied a little  bpy-s?_c)ldier._^ci'yh2g bittei ly at leaving his mother, but I~c7ititrg J.is  drum manfully all tho time.  "If Philip wore" only a hors(>roId-  icr liko Mr. Medway !" said * .Tessie,  hor quick eye singling Claude out  from somo flcturestpie hussars.  This  cr  and   flock.owner.  ever iho  greatly   regretted   tho   affair   with  taught me: I picked up what I could  Jn old Pestle's surgery, with the u������-  ��������� M.'itnnt- and the other apprentice  swearing at me and boxing my earn  from morning till night, but damn  ine :I took rare to pull through tho  examinations. I.'wasn't cockered liko  you.     Learn, you"���������'i'ay.y dog, loam!"  Ife was a kind old fellow, with a  sort of bluff cordiality, and did not  swear with his patients moro tlrirn  'enough to givo his dis'cotirHo a pungent emphasis; ho took caro not to  bo tho worse but rather the hotter  for his powerful potations when on  duty, hc wan sKrowd too and know  men, thus Iro was popular, and when  his patients died poo-plo said It was  the will of Clod, and when tliey recovered (us thoy stitnotimts did) tho  skill  of  Dr.   Waulc.'  Buddoiily, whilo Philip wns musing  over his pills, l.ho surgery 'door  opened violently and in stormed the  old doetoi', pouring out a broaclsl'do  of onlhs. Philip knew that ho had  been (lining oiit arid had not expected him' lo return for another  hour or two. Having consigned  Philip piecemoal lo porditlon in company  with lrls.:own; soul, lie suddonly  tho surgery,   which  lie     re-  Mr.   Meado  with   impartial  Philip in  Idled to  accuracy.  "Ho won't do for .-'physic, Meade,"  h'c said; Vbo's lazy and won't- bear  the curb. Put .him to hard otilV  door work,"  Hut tho doctor could not toll  whore the boy was, and Mr. Monile  returned disconsolately homeward,  one , his '��������� Way meeting Mr, llryan.  whoso account ot tho preceding  night's adventure'was ucrid and disquieting.  "I. always sal'd that boy would  come lo no good," the vicar-.added,  .consolingly, '"Iio'is on������ of tho wildest young fellows ln the parish,. You  give hiin too much liberty, Mr.  iVfondo."  "As woll hang a dog at onco as  give hliii a bad name," cried the  miller, indignantly, "you was always hard on my poor boy, sir. I'd  sooner bo a poor black' heathen tlian  your sort of Christian."  Then ho mot Mr. Inglcby, tho curate, a good-liearted young fellow,  who had often dono the lad a kind  turn, and to whom Philip had just  gono    with    hia confession,  desiring  line young officer .was one of the immortal Six Hundred who were dos-  tlrcd to cover themselves so soon  with   glory.  "I wish I'd bought tho lad  a com-,. ,.  mi<-slon !"   Mr.   Mcni'o   snid,   turning        n  awav   to   go   homewn:d.  "If only  safe and  sound !   That's  all  I    care  about!"   sighed   Mrs  Meado.  Tint Jessie's imngination was dominated by tho picturesque brilliance  of  the hussars.  (To bo Continued.)  GIIEEN  MANtll-UNC!.  In a recent bulletin from the department of hgrictilturu the following  summary of th������ value and cfleeis of  ^ green manuring is given:  j 1. Green manuring improves tho  I physical properties: of the soil by  j making the soil more ''porous, and ad-  |ding to its supply'-'of humus. It  s up -tho, dormunt plant food  from deep down in  the soil and .  de-  ^ho'dcirr'chiVtl comes back iW>������   !t   near   the   surr.ice.   where   it        ..     plants feeding near  FRKF1SRRED   PAPA.  Mother (at a reception)��������� "Why  didn't you accompany Mr. Nicefello  orrt  to sujrpor?"  Sweet .Girl��������� "I. preferred to go with  papa."  Mother���������"My Nicofello is devoted to  you, und scorned much dejected ; by  your refusal. I -thought you���������er���������rather  liked  him."  Swcot Girl  (blushingly)���������"I do."  Mother���������"Then why didn't you go  out to supper with him?"  Sweet Girl���������"Well, if you . must  know, .it's because I was ravenously  hungry."  To prove to Tan .that Ur.  Chrue'a Ointment inn certain  and absolute euro for each  and every form of itching  blocdtaKandprotnidlagplIe*.  tha manufacturer* havo guaranteed it. Seo tea.  timonia'.D in tbe dailr pre������9 uid ask your neighbors what ther think of it. Yoa c������n use it and  pet your moner bock If not cured. 60c * bos. at  ell il talon or EDMAMSOK,B*TB8&Co^ToTontov ,  Dr.������Gh2&&'s Ointment,  enn he used by  tho surface.  2. Green manuring with buckwheat,  Hungarian grass, and othor nonleg-  umindiis plants add .practically nothing to tho soil which was not thoro  beforo, except a nioss of ��������� vegetablo  matter which- decays and goes to  form  humus.  3. Green manuring with :. clovers  peas, beans, lupines, etc. (leguminous crops), actually enriches.the,soil  in nitrogen drawn from the air. Theso  plants can grow witli vory littlo soil  nitrogen. They store up. the "nitrogen  of the 'air as thoy (Jrow, and -when  plowed under givo it up to the. soil  and to future crops. It is tho rhcap-  esl means of manuring'.the''soil with  nitrogen.  ,���������1. Out animals, as woll. as plants,  require nitrogen for food. Hy fending tho crops of clover, cowpca, etc.,  only about "one-fourth' of the fertilizing materials of the.'crop:is lost if  the manure iii properly cared for As  the nitrogen of the air fs tho cheapest source oi,nitrogen for pjarrls, so  it is - tho- cheapest'source of protein  (nitrogen) for animals. The leguminous crop is best utilized when it Is  fed out on 'the farm and tire manure  saved and applied to tho soil. Tiio  greatest profit is thus secured arid  nearly the same fertility is initiii-  tainoct as in green manuring. -2,
7^
FUI WITH iPPRBBT'IOSS
PEACTICAL TOKES PLAYED IN
"IfOEKSHOPS.
GOOD RESULTS.
Are Sure to Follow the Use of Dr.
Williams Pink Pills���They Never
Fail When Used for Blood aad
Nerve Troubles.
QUEER HABIT OF FIRE HORSE!
He Will Not Drink Anything Elsa
But  HotWater.
Rowdy enjoys the distinction of being one of the lire norms in the local
j department,  and at the present time
Tho   reputation    held    by Dr. Wil-   is attached to the Ko,  3  truck,      at
lianis rink  Pills not  only in Canada ', First avenue.  East and Third street
but  throughout  the'whole world     is j says tlio Dulutli liemld.
ono  that cannot be equaled  by    any j    lie was not bred  in  old Kentucky,
other   meili ine.      No  other modielno   nor  lias   the   "sunshine  of  old  Hour-
TIE! CURE ISA
AND WDIEII TOO
Sometimes^   They    Approach     tho
Cruel, and Again Are Very
Amusing.
Tho'sgh     th*     advent   of  technical
schools.has somewhat changed life in
engineers' factories, there are still jn lho wo[W ig Sf> cxl{.nr,ivviv use,| bon irr his eye nnd stomach, too."
occasions when greenhorns are taken ;l!) U|. Wi|liams Pin!t Pills. alld t!lia but he has one or tho oddest habits
advantage  ol. ex ter sive    use   is dtre solely to    tho . that an equine hns ever  been known
On crac. occasion the foreman of   a   ment   ol   tho  medicine.   Tl.er-o     pills ' to  have, -and  lire  horses  have    some
departmert in a largo factory called ������[,-��� ���ot n common purging moi'iiino;   peculiar  traits.-
a nev   apprentice,  tuid,   harullrg  Irirn j t|)CV    al.e    n scientiiic blood   builder I     Rowdy   is    a physical  culturist to
a properly written note, ordered him . nm| IIC1.V0 r-ot.Loror.   Every deso i.eli.s   tho extent ihat lie bedeves in drink- j^gj'
to  go  to  a factory   some  two  mlics   ci-oate, new, licli, red blood,"and this   ing  hot water;   in  fact,  he  will     not    '       -'-'
off and borrow the "steam magnet." . I!0W . Mood reaches  the root of     the   drink   anything     ehe,     and    ���wouhl
Ti:o     i.pprentKC,     new  arid     wil. lag, I disease and  drives  it from  tie    sys- : stand for a day befoie a ptiil of cold
trottei-' oil on his errand, and  in  the j lum>   TIlat is Uie w|10]e secret of the ', water,    no      matter  how  thirsty    he
course of au hour and a haf return-   s,,rcoss  cf  t'.is  remarkable  mcM.ice. i might, be,   without   touching   it.
���jd.perspi. ing and exhausted, carrying   Thousands'and  thousands tcstifv    toi     Xot  or i.v  bus     he a  penchant    for
his   shoulder   the   largest   piece   of|t,0   Wll  c of  the.e  ni!,s  Iullolllr  tl em   hot   wator,   but   whenever   tho  oppor-
DODD'S    KIDNEY FILLS     KEEP
UP   THEIR     G-GOD WORK
IIT NEWFOUNDLAND.
old  iron  the manager of  the  distant 'being Mrs.  Robert Uibbs. Petit Ltim- | tui.ity olio s lie goes to tho    nearest
works 'lould find. _ ! eip e,   N.   P..   wlro  snjs :���"1   wish  t.n   tsleiun  radiator  rn   the  tue  hull    un'd
"What do you call that?" ex- 1,],���������< vou for t|10 pooli resulis oli- ' Mauds wilh his note over it inhnline
claimed !.ho foreman, apparently �����> : t���i| 0ti from the use of Dr. Williams ' tlie warm air until he hus enough on
gioc.t anger. I Pink     l'i Is.      I suffered  f om Ki inev I the i  side to send up an aveiuge size
"Please, sir, it's the steam magnet . trouble and   tlie  ouir.s  in   tl e     back
you sent hk. to fetch." Ue.fi    sometimes     hard   to   hoar-.      I
"Why, you jfstng idiot, do you
mean to te.'l me a lad of your* age
doesn't know tl o difference between
the stenm magnet and tho "sleam
compass:' Take it back at once
with this note."
lie tlien gravely sat. down and
wrote the following- note:
"Oo.ir Sir.���We asl*ed for steam
magnet,   you     sent    steam  compass   j yjj,"n "s~"    Sold
used in all six boxes of tie pills and
tlie trouble hns enliiely V'isirppoa ed.
1 would stionlv advise other s sufferers t.o use your pills witl out delay."
.Dr. .Williams Pink Pi Is curo till
blood and neve troubles such as.
r'lieumali in, 1 cui-al^in*, anaemia,
partial, paralysis, indigestion, palpitation of t:.e lieait nnd many
bv   ali   medicine  deni
es or r'lKH't from The Dr. AVi liains
A'e.licini' Co.. Ilrookville. Ont... at
"it) cents a box or six boxes for
tV
 j	
WHERE TJEIiIORV FAILS.
$2..
Please be moie caieful in these mat
teis in  future."
Thc perspitlrg youth picl ed up his
load and delivered the note, only to
he. sent back b.v the the manager,
who entered into the humor o! the
thing,  with a still
I,ARGER LUMP OF IRON.
Of course, theie are no such things
as "steam magnets" or "steam t-oiu-
pm-ties.'A
lt is quite a" common thing to send
a new boy,' when he has cut too
much metal off. a job, .to a distant
pat t "of tiio factory to fetch the
"pulling on'.' tool. The ticatment
is tii*' tnnip���namely. 1 e" is gi\en the
heaviest piece of metal available, it
is excusable for a lad to be taken
in in this way. lie comes-into a
workshop wheie he sees all sorts' of
wondoiful things, he has never seen
before, and ho docs not Know but
-what theic might be a tool for putting   on   metal.       _
Tliere was, in one factory, an apprentice who had, for hinr, the mis-
for tune to be tho son of a rich
mother,, who supplied him liberally
and injudiciously with all the money
ho    wanted. Tlie consequence was
that he did absolutely no work, and
only jhindeicd others who wanted-to
lenin their trade, lie paid a good
premium, of course, and consequently the lirm did rrot with-to get rid overfull mind that utilizes its
of him, unless it was absolutely jtcrial,- but tho orre that has made
necessary. thrrouphly practical overy scrap      of
Tiro only   occasion  upon  which    hc   knowledge and every bit oi experience
was o-.er known to display the least [that  has come to  it.
energy   wus  one     winter*s  afternoon, i    Comrotitivc  examinations  aro      realtor a whispered  con ve. sat ion    wiih   sponsible for many a weakened mind,
one of the older hands.    He gathered -, .ni0y lay too much stress on memory
.and  text  book  knowledge,  and      too
bri'Ioon.
Occasions have been known where
hc would .-.tand over a radiator until
the sted bit. rings and hit iir his
nrouth became so hot that a pei son
t ould not hear to ,hold them in his
hand, yet this old not bother Rowdy.   He rati er seemed  to  enjoy  it.
Christopher Bishop Tills How His
Wife and Brother Were Brought
Back to Health and Vigor.
Clark's Peach, ���Nfld.���Feb. 29.���
(Special)���Among the splendid cures
made by D.qdd's Is idney Pills in Newfoundland is that of Mrs. Chri aoplrer
of this placo. The story of
her Kuituring and cure is told by hor
husband  ns  follows:
"My wife srrllered for three years
with a weakness in tho lower part of
hor bock followed by a shivering causing weakness. Her legs were swollen from hcr knees to the feet und
she had a pain in the left side j.iit
under  the ribs.
"Two ��� doctors attended h"i. li.it
failed to cure her when she decided
to uso Dodd's Kidney Pills. Tho results wero wonderful und now after
using (ive boxes, the swelling and
weakness arc gone and tlio pain is j
gone with  them.
"(Vy brother too suffered a heavy
pain in the back and four doctors
failed to give him relief.    Eight box-
Sunlight Soap will not injure
your blankets or harden them, lt
will make them soft, white and
fleecy. 7B
Whether ho  road a physical  culture   es of'Dodd's Kidney Pills made him a
mugnrii c     or w! otiier some of     Ills  new  mnn."
Ability to Analvze.  Compare, and
Combine.
Many people aro lacking in tho
faculty of concentration." Tbo secret
of achievement is tiro power to focus
the thought. A man must bc able
to maishul hi.s intellectual forces as
Napuli.011 did his army, and to bring
their united strength to accoi:ipli*sh
���whatever ho is doing. A wandering
mind will never accomplish anything.
! Tho (.real tioubic wiih our present
'.educational system is that most
scl ools and colleges encourage, memorising, says London Advertiser. This
lis a fundamental error, for the memory is irot a real power-. It is merely
a reservoir to which thc executive
faculties go for material. Some of.
the   men   who hnvo been endowed with |
more learned horse friends told him
about tlie hot water wrim-le, is not
definitely known by the (ircme.i. A
few j ears ago it was noticed that
he had a hankeiing-for hot water,
and tl.o habit grew on him to srrch
an extent that the men clean it g the
harnrss,with pails of hot water,
found it impracticable to leave the
pail anywl.o o rear the tig horse,
or it was sure to disappear. Finally
hc came out fiat-footed and refused
to drink nnyti ing but hot water,
and his whistle lias been wet
it ever since.
Rowdy is not too particular as to
tie degrees of warmth of the water
offered-   him,   but   thc   hotter   he can
If you don't cure the pain in your
b.-c'< by using Dodd's Kidney Pills it
will grow into something worse���
Dropsy or Rheumatism or Bright's
Disease.
 ,��	
HAD  A  SPLENDID  YEAR.
Thc Independent Order  of  Foresters
around the house. Thoy would scamper across the lloor, bump up and
down the steps and cut all kinds of
cajiers. We secured a cat, and from
tlio very time tho cat appeared on tho
i place the rats begun to get scarce.
I "There is nothing curious about
this fact in itself. Hut to my personal knowledge tho rats have never
jsren tho cat. Tho cat has romninod
on one floor and tho rats on another.
There has been no chasing and no
contlii t between tlrem. Now, I want
to Know how tho rats know the cat
is en the place.
'I he inquiry hns caused me to indulge tlio moro interesting reflection:
ll'ow fur can a rnl detect the presence
of a cat b.v tho sense of smell? Evidently n considerable distance. Else
'tho rats nt my place0would rrot have
I known of tho rat's presence under tho
e'reun'stances. I'm quite sure that
i they have never seen tiro cat. - But
t'ey know hc is there just the same,
and thev ha- e been awfully cautious
since his arrival."
LOWER
PRICES
;&
BETTER
QUALITY
P'MeusKtoJ
CAN BE HAD IN
P&ISs, Wash Basins, W\\W Pans, &c
Any F|rot-Cla.*��s Grooor Can Supply You.
INSIST    ON     GETTING     EDDY'S.
iB3flESE225��i
Independent Order
apparently had a splendid year during
1903. Tho net addition to thc mem-
bo'S'iip during the twelve months was
14.12.'!. This is considerably larger
with ji hun thc net additions during 1902.
The death rate was also lower being
only fSAVi against 6.(10 in a thousand
as compared with 1902. This indicates   how   careful   this   irrent   l"Vnt*ar-
drmk it the better he seems sati*T:cd. i nal So..icty is ln Us selection of its
lie can dunk water about us hot as ,.*���,.��. T,10 cnol.���.olIS work which tho
a. person can stand to put .us hand 0rder (,if, jn llcIpillff widov,s nnd orphans may bo understood from tho
fact that it paid to them during Inst
year no less than SI ,M2,639.01. In
'sick l;eref>ts the members of f-c Order received $1!>2,1G3.71, and cotally
nnd permanently.disabled brethren received   88*1,710.'Ol.      Notwithstanding
ONE-WAY   RATES.
the  most  phenomenal  memories have   City,
ne.or  attained-' anything   beyond  mediocrity.
" There  is    no  doubt  that many  na-
ISvcry day from March 1 to April
30. 1904, the Union Pacific will sell
One-way Colonist tickets at/, thc following rates Trom  tho Missouri  River:   ., , ,   .   . , ,
S20T00   to    Ogden     and   Salt  Lake  ^MJ_nW_n��d holphrt payments
Sioo Reward, $10.
The readers ��� of tills pa-prr?} will Trie
plouscrl lo learn that there is ut. lenst
onu drcaitcd disouhc that science hns
been able to cure In all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo
ir* Uie only positive cure now known to
the mcrMcnl fraternity. Uutarrti being
a constitutional license, requires a
constitutional treutmrnt. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is tiilrcn internally, acting directly upon the-blood and mucous Mirfuc-
es of tho system, thereby rlcftlroyliiu lho
foiiii'lallnn    of    the   disease,   and   giving
$.'13.00 to the Pacilic Coast
Via the Chicago-Union & North-West-
ein Initio from Chicago daily during
March and April, to San Francisco,
Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver and other Pacific J
Coast points. Very low rates to Helena, Untie, Spokane, Ogden and
Salt Lake City. Corresponding low-
rates from all points. Daily and personally conducted excursions in Pullman tourist sleeping cars to San
Francisco, Los Angeles and Portland,
through without change, double berth
only S7.00. Choice of routes. For
particulars address B. II. Bennett, 2
East King St., Toronto,  Ont.
OVER  THU  "WABASTT.
To the great World's Fair, St. Louis,
Mo.,   opens    April  30th,   closes      De-
llic pittient htrcngtli  by  buil.ling up  the comber 1st.     Covers 1,2-10 acres, cost
constitution   and   assisting   nature   in   no- _,^ ,    ���    ��r.rv octet t\on        o-i.n      t..
ing   its    work.     The   proprietors      have more   Hum   $00,000,000.      Iho    most
(,o   much   faii.li    In   its    curative   powers gigantic  and colossal  undertaking  ev-
that they plVer One  1-lumlrcd Dollars toi cr   attempted   bv   man.      The       great
any .use tliat it furls to euro.     Send foi ' ��
list   of   testimonials
A(lilress  P. J.   CHENEY   &  (JO.,
Toledo,   O.
Sold   b.v   all  "druggists.   7!ic.
Tnlte   Hall's   Family   Pills   ior   constl*
oalion.
tura Iy strong minds have been  ruin-.Wash.
cd  by being crammed  with  linrcliitod |    S2o.00 to Everett, Fairhavcn,  What-
and   undigested  facts.     It   i.s  not  tho j com,     Vancouver  and. Astoria,      via
the  membership     tho   Order
,..,���-- _  ,.       . -. _ ,' its nlrendv large accumulated      funds
S.20.00  to     Butte,  Anaconda      and  ^.^ ^ ^ by thjj cnol.mo���s sum
��ooa-��  *     o     i .   w       i~v,nn    ��r SI.23*1,236.97.    The total accumti-
S31...0 to-Spokane and  Wcnatchco,   ]otcd ^^ Qf thp 0rdcr qm PchrlIopy
'1st,   1004.   amounted   to   S7,.*JlR.Sr>2.-
09.    Tlie above is certainly a wonder-
Amiable Tom ist (to gui'.Io) : "That
to j is  a  very     imposing  statue,  guide."
increased i Ciui.'c :  "Indeed    you  are  rigiit,  sir;
most people are imposeil  on  by    it.
Thoy think it's marble but it's only
painted  limber."
together his latent strength for tho
effort, and n;ent downstuii s." Two
minutes later the whole shop was in
ctarkiict-o. Tlie brilliant creature
had just learnt that, by applying-his
mouth to an unlighted gas-jet and
blowing up it, it was possible to
put out all the lights in the . shop.
This gained his dismissal
Another apprentice ot a somewhat
similar ' character was directed by
tho loreman to unscrew a bolt in- a
certain part, of the workshop . gas-
, engine while it was running, as thoy
were not getting the best, results out
nf it. Hc had done the same little
job -. before, and quite understood
what' he'was up to.- Being extremely lazy, ho could not take a spanner
nnd 'attack the'job with encrg-y. No:
it must b��     '    ���
g A  SITTING-DOWN  JOB.
Hei' accordingly" squeezed himself
im-lde tlie hand-rail and squatted ori
tl.o floor. With leisurely movement"
ho t.iirned tho spanner, from side to
fiide,!?g:vsing, about in.the meanwhile.
Th*oii;the boll?clr'opiicd,out.)\".,   ���   -
Boii was rudely _ aroused by a
stream of'dirty'oil "and water, whicli
was ejected.? into- his face at every
second i evolution of the engine by
tho exhaust stroke of tho piston.
ITe had' wedged himself in so carefully, that ho could not escape in a
-hurryr an'd_it��� wns_some_little-time-
beforo ho could get out of tho way
of the riir ty stream.
A trusted man who has been in thc
employ of a firm for years can generally obtain a loan or a. dollar or
two from the "/jovernor" to mceL
any special"or unexpected emergency,
such ns illness at homo.
One man, whom we will call Smith
who had been in the same berth ror_
twenty years, borrowed live dollars"
from Ithe works manager, as he had
done 'on moro than one previous occasion; and promised to return iL
next week'. Ho pai'd it back* right
enough, but tho week following tho
rennymont he snid .he would bo much
obliged if ho might have a siiiii'ar
loan again on tho same terms. This
was granted, and hc faithfully repaid it, only to apply again a week'
later. Tin's kirrd of regular borrowing went on for two or three
months.
Ono day  the head of  the firm  was
talking  to   his  works   manager,   and
happened  to  remark  that  he  "could,
not   understand ." that man  Smith.
who   borrowed   five   dollars   once'"   ai
liltie on a real working comprehension of a subject. A boy with a
good memory can secure high marks
and pass examinations creditably,
simply because he remembers thc pot
questions and theories of his tenchcrs:
while one who has spent' his time in
mastering principles and gaining actual powor may not obtain nearly so
high rank, or may fail altogether in
his examinations.
it is not memory that counts most,
but ability to grasp, to hold to
analyze, to compare, and to combine,
which gives a. solid grip and mastery
of principles.
 4	
PUTTING BABY ASLEEP.
ma- |Huntington   and   Spokane.
S25.00 to Portland and Astoria; or
to Tacoma and Seattle, via Huntington and Portland or via Huntington
and Spokane. i
S25.00 to Ashland, Roseburg, Eu-
gen", Albany and Salem, via Portland.
S2,*i.0?0.to San Francisco, Los Angeles. San Piego and many other California  points.
From Chicago and St. Louis proportionately low rates are in effect
hy, lines connecting with the Union
Pacific to all" above points.
For" full information call 'on or address, F. B. Choate, C. A., 126
M'oodward Ave,  Detroit, Mich.
If baby is restless or-sleoplcss do
not give it "soothing"- mejicir.es. to
moke it sleep. Theso mcdi.incs al-j
ways ~ contain opiates, and you are '
merely drugging the .ittle one into ;
temporary insensibility���in fact' you
tire I lacing its life .in peril. Rest-
les-suuts, and sleeplessness is usually
the* result ' of home tioubic ot the
stomach , or bowels, and if this is
lomovctl the thild will sleep naturally, and ��� awake blight and honlthy.
Baby's Own Tablets cure all stoma*h
and bowel troubles, and the mother
hns���a���solemn-assurance-thai���the
medicine contains no opiate or harmful drug;. " Mrs. Louis Revillo,
Gawas, Ont., says :���"My baby suf-
fercd Irom tolic,, cried a'-great deal
nnd was very sleepless. After giviig
Own Tablets the trouUe
fni record. Pi: Oronhynteka, the Supremo Chief Ranger, is certainly to
be congratulated upon" the ^results
which arc Mowing from his labors.
The tital membership of the Order
is now ��� over . 220,1)00.���Daily Mail
and  Empire, Totonto.  Fob.  Kith.
IF VOU ARE WELL BRED.
you will be kind.
luu wilt not use slang,
you  win try  to mako  others hap-
not    be shy    or    soir-
i'y-
Vou    will
conscious.
Vou  will-never indulge in ill-natured gossip.
You   will    never  forget  tlie  respect
due to age.    " ...
Vou  will not swagger or boast    of
your  aciric, cments. -
You will think of others before you
think  of yourself.
You. will bo scrupulous  in your regard for the rights or others.
You  will  not measure your civility
by people's bank accounts.
You  will  not - forget  engagements,
promises or obligations of any kind.
In conversation you will not bo nr-
gumcnlativc or contradictory	
You will never make fun  of tho po-
.    SHORT AND  LONG  DAYS.
The dav is longer or shorter ns you
go noi��.h or soutli of tho Equator.
Off Cane. Horn, ."5(5 deg. south latitude, the davs in mid-winter are
a'*otJt nine hours long. Trie longest
dny nt London is sixteen hours and
a half; at Stockholm, eighteen hours
and a half: nt Hamburg, seventeen
hours: at St. Petersburg the longest
day has eighteen hours nnd thc
shortest five; nt Tornea, in Finland,
tie longest day has twenty-one hours
and a half and tho shortest two
hoiirs and a half; at Rpitrherpen the
longest day is threo months .and a
half. ���    '
him  Baby
disappeared  and   tlirough  giving  lim!stances  cause  another pain
nn     occasional  Tablet  since,   hc  has jean help it.
always   been    healthy,  and  is now a I    You  will  not think that
culiarliicK or idiosyncracies of others
You will  not bore people by    constantly  talking  of yourself  und your
affair s.
You  will   never  under  any  circum-
if      you | called   from     time  to   time   urd
day   brought     along  n   package
good in-| Crape-Nuts  thinking from  whnt
You will let a refined manner and
superior intelligence show that you
havo traveled, instead- of constantly
talking of the dilferent countries you
havo  visited.
You will not remark, while a guest,
th/it you do not like the food which
has boon  served  to you.
 tr ���
TIMELY   CALXIHG.
' How the Pastor Saved a Life.
A man near Fort Gay, W. Va.,
made an orrtire failure in getting
strength from thc kind of food hc
ato and not knowing that the trouble wns With-Ufir7o"6a���k"cpt"~on��� lo*?-"
ing health until tiro doctors gavo
him up to  die.
It was sujrposcd to bo consumption
because ho wns wasting nway Mr-ud-
ily   and  slowly   dying.     His  minister
one'
of
he
j'iil-DasetS wiln nauseous, bigpurgers,
prejudice people fg-iinst pilU generally.
Dr. Agnew's Liver Pil's are revolutionizing
the pill demand���they're.so pieasant and
easy to take���the dcsc.s are small and so is
the pric^, io cents for 40 doses. Biliousness Sick Hcadachs, Constipatioa dia>
Oclled.    Woiks iike a charm.���53
Doctor (c'ecrfully)���"Oh, I'll find
out what" ails you before long." Patient (shudder ir-g)���VSay, doc. am I
so  near  autopsy  as  that ?"���
- We believe UnNARD'S LINIMENT
fs tlie best.
Matthias Foley, Oil City, Ont.
Jofieph Snow, Norway,  Me.
Chas.   Whooten,   Mulgravc,   N.   S.
Rev. R. O. Armstrong, Mulgravo,
N.  S. .
Pierre Lanrirv, senr., Pokemoucho,
N. U.
Thomas Wasson, Sheffield'. N. B.
Wabash lino is thc only railroad that
owns and controls its own rails from
Canada, direct to the World's Fair
gates.
'i he now superb and magnificent
trains built .especially for this traffic, places the Wabash in tlio very
first rank  for  this business.
For full 'particulars, address any
railroad ngont, or J. A. Richardson,
Dist. Pass, agt., N. E.. corner King
and  Yongo Sts.,  Toronto.
. or Over 5ixty Years
Unti. Wis*-l ow's SnOTHTNu fin in* hail ben ni��e<l bj
piillin'MOf UMllirrir for (lie r chiMrcn whilo lee Irni
llflnottion tli.- chil 1, tofUn-th K'i!nn. nl ny.uoin. ciifi'i
vi ind uolic. rcgi]laiGHthe��ioni<*uti and IxiweLx, untl in iht
b, rt remeily ter !)! irrfculn. Tacntv-lWe cmtd m bottli
Soli) bj ilruiuint* (tar .ushout- thc world. Ifcj mri* *ii&
tttk fur"&ill4. Wr>SLow s.-JooTUl*<u Sl-ltirp."     U���01
"Don't you got, dreadfully tired "of
SmithUins' jokes?" "I have never
heard ono." "Why, I thought you
knew Smithkins."     "I do."
CHARITABLE PEOPLE.
The Spanish are among tho most
charitable people on earth. Without
a special tax for the poor, Spanish
communities of 500,000 self-supporters feed a pauper population of 5.-
000 or more.
Mlnard's Linimant Cures Dandruff.
Bertie���"I don't want to go to bed
yet, sis. I want to see you and Mr.
Shepherd piny cards." Lucie^���"You
wicked boy to think we should do
such a thing! We never do it!" Bertie���"But I hoard mamma tell you to
mind how you played your caids
when Mr.  Shepherd came!"
Finest quality and flavour,
COG
Nutritious and Economical.
4f"<���21
BASTEDO'S
KIH3   St.,   EAST,
lor.criTo.
t-f
s'lro-i-*     rugged    child.       No mother jtontions"   compensate   for   rudo       or
| shot 1:1     ever bo without the Tablets  gruff manners.
(in the house."     You can got Baby's I    You   will   be  as  agreeable'to    your
j Own Tablets from any dealer in fue'd-   serial   inferiors     ns  to  your      equals
j ici*'i>.      or  if you  wiite  to  Tho     Dr. . and  superiors.
Williams     Medicine    Co.,  P.rockvillo,      y0u  will  not sulk or  fool neglected
Out.,    the   Tablets  will  bo  sunt     by
mail at 25 cents a box.
if others receive more attcntian than
you do.
You will not have two sets of mnn-
ncrs: ono for "company" and one
for homo use.    .
in Twenty-five Years
The German nation  is now  increasing at  tlio  rate  of    900,000 a year.
E.ery twelve months more than    2,-
000,000 Germans are born within the
'confines of thc Empire.       During the
samo period    a little over 1,000,000
fortnight,  always  paying it brick  re-    ,.        ��������� ,   _ . , .
gula.lv every intervening week. A!'���"-,��� ^he Population problem rio-
littlo.' comparison of notes showed mands tho gravest attention of all
tlint lie had systematically borrowed   (ierimin  statesmen
from ono to 'rcpny tho other, always
himself remaining five dollars to the
���good.���1'eaiBon's Weekly.
Birdie (ns hor lover is about to
start orr a journey round the world):
"Aly dour Adolplrus, will you be true
to me wlicn you aie far nway? Pro-
mine mo that you will writo to me
from every town you visit !" A'dol-
phus :   "Oh,     Birdio,  is  it  love  that
GROWTH OF GERMAN' EACE.
���., nr-i-i  �����   ~~~~        mi.  ���    t,      j      Yon- will  never remind a cripple of
Where WiU They Earn^Their Bread_���,���     dcfonnitv,t   or      probe  the  sore
spots of a sensitive soul.
You will not gulp down your soup
so audibly that you can be hoard
across the room, nor sop up the
sauce in your "plate with bits of
bread.
Pain Over the Eyes
HEADACHE AHD CATARRH
Relieved   In   IO   Minutes
That doll, wretched paiB in the haad
Just over tlie eyes ia one ef tbe surest
signs that tha seeds of oatarrh have
been sown, and it's your warning I*
administer -   the      quickest    and    surest
In twenty-five years at the present
rule of increase,-the German Emjriro
will number 100,000,000 of inhabitants. Whore will they all I've and
earn their bread? Little wondci thnt
the Imperial Statistical Office, by its
publications, should revive the many
discussions on the necessity of a large
Colonial  Kmptro  for  Germany.
Tho Anrjlo-Saxon rnco now increases at little more than half thc rate
of  the  C'ormuns,   who  are  the    most
prornplti you to ��*ny tliis ? Swear optimistic race in tho world, and
to mc, c>o S'ou rcnl'y lovo trie, or are firmly believe thnt in the future or-
you im'rQSsJ' collecting foreign poslngo   Bering of llio globo their ���umbers will
treatment to prevent tbe seating of this
treaded   malady.      Dr.   Agnew's   " *
nal   Powder  will   stop  all   pain
Catarr-
in     ten
18
treaded   malai
T(
utuutcs,  and  cure.
Or. AffneWB Olntraut aootbM *M didn
cUsaasas.  35 Cants.       	
know of the famous Iood tlint perhaps it might help him. Tho sick
man took to it at once antl from
that day begnn to get well. In
writing he says:
VI     walked  .   to     town    to-day   8
miles.     Have gained  over 40 pounds
in nbout 2 months and my neighbors
don't  know     what  to   say.        I   fre-
I qucntly am  told   it  was  as if I   am
'raised'  from     the dead.      Everybody
��� hero knows of my case, you can  tell
I people   to   'write to the Postmaster
I or Rev.  L.  D. Bryan.      I will  make
' a sworn statement    that Grape-Nuts
'saved   my  life."        Namo   given  by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
This is another illustrntion thnt
where all other food fails ono can
bc brought back to health and
strength on Grape-Nuts. "There's a
reason."
"Look in each package for the
famous little book, "Tho Road to
Wellviilc."
 ���	
BATS KNEW  CAT WAS ABOUT.
They Never Saw the Cat and Were
on Another lloor.
"I have observed recently a rather
curious thing with respect to the relationship botwecn cats and rats, and
it hats led to a rather interesting reflection," aaid a man who takes much
interest in animal lifo. "Por a while
the rat* avcrron my place.    Atf night
Old C'ei*.t-.(lo imnll boy, .who is
nut-si. g* a skinned knee) : "Bid you
fall down, lilllo chap 7" Small
Boy : -,*Yer didn't, think I fell up,and
dashed agin a clou<l,  did yor ?"
Lever's Y-Z (AViso' Head) Disinfect'
ant Soap Powder dusted in tne
bath, softens tho water und disinfects.
Lodger (quarrelling with' landla'dy)'
"I I aven't lived in lodgings six
yenis Tor nothing." Landlady: "No
and you're not going to live here for
nothing either."
Mlnard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia
TTc���"MPs Biightlcy is qr'i'o stunning to-night. She lias no idea how
beautiful she looks." She���"Oh, yes
the has! But it's nu exaggerated
one."
Baby Humors.���Dr. Agnew's Ointment soothes, quiets, and effects quick and
effective cures in all skin eruptions common
to baby daring teething lime. It is harm-
less to tho hair in cases of Scald Head, and
cu��:s Eczema, Salt Rheum and all Skin
Diseases of older people.   35 cents.���53
ARE WOMEN RKALLY STINGY?
Arc women meaner in giving than
men? It cannot rightly bo urged
that thoy arc. Women, after all, irr
buying :br in giving are commonly
making uso of money that others
have earnod. They havo been trustees of other people's money for 2,-
000 years, and long use has made
them careful of thoir trust. Of course
the petty meonncsses of a certain
kind of woman have afforded infinite
opportunities for men's jests and
contempt, but those petty meannesses
are nothing in comparison with the
great meannesses of really sordid
men.
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.
"Of course, I will be uglier some
day," sho whispered. "Impossible!"
he replied, gallantly. And he wonders that she serrt Iris presents back.
Blight's Disease ��� Insidious j
deceptive ! relentless i has foiled
hundreds oi trials by medical science to stem
the tide of its ravages���and not until South
American Kidney Cure proved beyond a
doubt its power to turn back tho tide, was
there a gleam of anything but despair for
the victim of this dread form oi kidney
disease.���54
He���"I think I'm a fool " She���
"Wi>li. dear, you told me it was a
wife's 'duty to agree with her husband."
Grand  Washington   Excursions.
Via  LatSawanna  Railroad. March
IS and April 15, SJ0 Trom BulTalo.
Limit ten days. Through Philadelphia and Bultiinore. Cheap sido
trips. l*'ull particulars, A. Lead ley.
38 Yongo St., Toronto, or Philip
Fox, Buffalo.
SP-CIAL
6ALE CF
fend for cetBlOB.    WeRive extra valuo.
RawFuN and axnsins:,   Sond ror price li*d
ll���O-l
Dominion Line Steamships.
���V)orttr*tal to Liverpool
Port.and to L vcrpaof
J-iLrgc an<i i* ait ^iciLtu^tiipb. Superior
accommodation for ull ciu^aib u; pas*
bungurs. Saloonsi and Staterooms are
auittibhipri. Special ut ten lion hus bcuii
given to thc Second Saloon and Thtrd-
(JIa>-s accommodation. Kor rates o(
jja**ttgeu and ali particulars, apply to
any ����jcut of the Company, or to pa*��-
s-enger   agent.
DOMINION   LINK   OFPICKS:
17   St.   Sacrament   St.,   Montreal.
YOURrOVERCOATS ~
���ad f��.trd Suits would looli letter <!y��t.    If n-* .frit
.t om la 7o*Lr tc-vu. write direct Montr* *1    Uox 151
BRITISH   W'-'ll'il   OVEHUJO   CO.
KOSl'SEAL.
Billiard Tables
Tha n����t *t tH* Lowest Prlco
Wrlta Tor Tmrma
REID   BROS.;   M'fff   Co.'J
TtSS King ���*. ���*������
i   32-31
Gf
Don't  tliinft because a name    looks
attractive on-a-visitintf-card-tliat-the-L
pnyinc:  teller  of  a bank  would  recojj-
nl/n  it ut the  bottom  of  a chock.
Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere
' CURED BY WILL-rOV.F.n.
Mrs. Gcorfjn Todd, or* Stanhope
(N.Y.), litis born nn invalid, unable
to walk, for more than threo years.
Ihe other day slip was reading an
article stating that by concentrating
one's will iijion one subject that object would be nrcomplihhcd. She
desired very much to wnlk just then
because it was dinner-time, and all
at once she found she was able to
walk.    After dinner she walked bnck.
When  tho littlo folks tako  colds
and coughs, don't neglect tbem.
and  let them  strain the  tender
membranes of their lungs,
Give them
s
ion
Tha Lung
Tonic
It will cure them quickly and
Etrensthen their lungs.
It is pleasant to tako,
Prices.  23c, Mc. ud ��l.00.   KS
Oire
Poultry,
Butter,
Eggs,
Honey,
Apples,
THE
DawscrrGommission Cor.-
-   - XOHO"iSrCCO.        UMITB��
/ILL    KiHDS
TRUiTS
CI
And Farm Produce g-e ner ally,
consign it to us
{-.ta 1 we will get
you good prices.
15���04
YOTJB GBOCEHIES all Over tht
Kitchen.    Send for one of Our
MOUSE-PROG F
GROCERY GABSNETS
In Oak, with Metal   "uack. Sent to.
any address on receipt of $1.75
The Bennett Mfg. Co.-
PJCKEBIHC, 8KTARI0.
Co not send stamps.    Agents wanted
PAGE METAL GATES
.   S feet -wide, 4 foot high. Jnelndlnir hinge* and lateli....
10 foot wide* * feet Ugh, fnclndlnff binges mad latch....
Otbor ��li���� io proportion.
ncxatz   PACK  -WIRE   r��NC��   CO.   Limited.
..33-75
...   5.75
Enpptlcd
by u��or
local dealer.
203
Welitenrilld, Mooiraat, Winnipeg, St. Jch-��
���m^***rt9rt.ilc*fk.jsy ef
*aM ���������^���������^���������^-���������'-���������r.^kAi;  Ra!tab!e Goods  At Good Values  -if-vS  -S-?**-*K  ���������*.'���������*!���������������  ���������^ir*  ^*.%  -���������fiF  ������%  ������%  <?&  cAA'i.  '/TV?  aiiii.  w*  2$S������.  ^-  ?iof  COMPARE VALUES���������The keener the investigation the surer we feel of your business.  Clothing  Men's Furnishings  Underwear  Hats and Caps  Wc will Give You Exceptional Values in Goods and Prices.  mm  white and Colored quilts  LACE, PORTIERE CURTAILS  SHEETINGS  SHEETINGS  PILLOW COTTONS  These are Bread and Butter Goods.    Everyone knows the Values.    Call and get Quotations.  The Harlow Shoe Co., one  of the Best American makes.  The Twentieth  Century���������  NO BETTER SHOES ON THE MARKET TO-DAY.  Oxfords   and  Slippers  just  to hand.    A   full  ��������� range of the Empress  .Shoes are now to hand and are worthy of inspection.  Millinery and Dressmaking Upstairs.  WE NEVER SACRIFICE QUALITY FOR PRICE ; WE FREQUENTLY DO SACRIFICE PRICE FOR QUALITY.  ���������UtWfe..  Miliiiies-y and Dressmaking Upstairs.  ^���������*?^-*^1'v^*r?W  3fe  ao������*o***������*o**o*������**o**9*ao������  :   FOR I  fountdin Syringes  Hot Water Bottles  Atomizers  GO TO TILE  Canada Drug  and Book Company  ��������� Raymond   Sewing   Machines  Howson's Furniture Store.  ALWAYS   REMEMBER   THAT  RSSCH  Arc manufactured to  Secure Your  Confidence  and Patronage.  Are manufactured to  Secure Your Confidence  and Patronage  J  1  TKE    PIANOLA    riANO 'lplaying; '.'attachments  FOR ALL PARTICULARS APPLY TO  acleod, Agent  Second Street, Revelstoke.  THE MARSHALL SANITARY MATTRESS.  PAT, SEPT., 1900.  R. KOWSON & CO.,  FURNITURE DEALERS  AGENTS   FOR   THE   " OSTERMOOR"   MATTRESS  Z**a**********aa**aaaaaaaaaaa****aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa  c  o  6s������o������*e������oooaese������*(fte������oa������e*e  ���������Eresh   hams  11 time & Oo.  Cliief Young,  .from Comaplix,  streets lliis week  nnd   bacons   at  C. B.  ,   the   jovial   bnnifneo  was   seen    on    nur  greeting  old friends.  Hume & Co. foi* painl-  ���������ardcin   tools  and   shell*  Coming* Events  May 6.���������Supper and Bazaar under the  auspices of the Ladies' Aid of St.  Andrew's Chinch.  Victoria Day, May 2llh.Colleen Bawn  at the Opera House.  LOCALISMS  served   daily   at  ��������� Ice Cream   Sodas  B=v.-s' Drue Store.  C.   D.   Morris,   of   Rogers   Pass, is  spending a few days in town.  ���������Head C. B. Hume  i-  Co's advertisement on the first page of this issue.  Jliss Lottie AVoodley left on Montlay  lot Golden for a few weeks* visit.  n   girl.  ���������WANTED���������A    dining  apply at tlie L'nion Hotel.  bridge  foreman,  wiio  JSclielT" hTmiirTrTFsiiav-  John   Fraser,  "lriPrlfe-gireasfTTi  evening.  ���������Large line of Carpets, Rugs. Mat*  tings, inlaid Linoleums. Floor Oils, at  It. Howson's Furniture Store.  Mr. John Robinson is having tlie  Queen's hotel moved back preparatory  to building tin addition.  want   window screens,  and   poultry netting, go  ,-Go to C. B.  ers' supplies, f  liardwrire.  Additional cafei of scarlet rever re-  ported since last issue are:���������C'ashato.  jliss Dolly Price, and   Paliner,   tailor.  ���������A fresh supply of high class G'hoca-  lates just received at Bews* Drug  Store.  Mrs. 1-1. K. Livingston, of Arrowhead, left on this morning's No. 2 to  pay a visit to home and I'rijnds in  Manitoba.  Mrs. T. F. Kocbine. of Arrowhead,  nnd mother have been the guests of  Mr. and .Mrs. A. E. Kinknid during tlie  past week.  ��������� If you want to get wall paper don't  forget the Canada Drug ������.**; Book Co.  have a large assortment. They have,  all tlie newest designs for Uie year and  prices reasonable.  Clifford Fraser, night operator at  tiie station litis accepted a position  with the Western Union in Seattle  am! expects to leave for his new home  in the near future.  The s. s. Revelstoke came up from  the south Friday morning. She left  at ���������! a.m. for Laporte Monday and was  back again at her dock at, 7 o'clock  the same evening���������a record trip.  Tt is stated that 011 the 10th of May  the Imperial Development Syndicate  will take over tlie Eva mine from the  Calumet & B. C. Gold Mines, Ltd.���������  which purchased the Eva. from the  Iui|iej.:i a UsyjKjicate.^abo 1.1 tJ.*v^uiori tha..  ago for7a ipiatter of a million���������on  account of the latter company failing  to make the third payment on tlie  purchase price.���������Camborne Miner.  at lt. I���������Refrigerators.   Refrigerators  nt   R.  Howson's Furniture store.  ��������� Perfect Catarrh  Cure,   an  effective  remedy, at Hews' Drug Store.  H. A. Hi'owii left on Tuesday morning on a business trip to the Lnrdenu  districl, .Mrs. Brown who accompanied  bim intends to stay a few dnys tit-  Halcyon.  ���������A   fresh   consignment of   Christie's  fancy  biscuits just in at C. B. Hume  & Co.  The two new outfitting Icnrs which  were built in Kevelstoke made their  fir.-t trip Monday lasl and will lie  stationed at, Mountain Creek for the  use of -Mr. Thos. Gillespie and his  crew.  Auction Sale, Thursday next, at  Third street, near Mackenzie avenue,  of Mrs. U. G. Fraser's household furniture.    For particulars see hand bills.  Rev. W. C. Calder. T. More, A. E.  Miller, and .1. Lawson were passengers on Wednesday morning's No. 2  en route to attend the Presbyterian  Synod at Edmonton.  Rev. L AY. Will ia nrson came up  from Kamloops this morning and will  conduct Divine Service in liie Library  Building tonight at S o'clock. Everybody cordially invited.  A. "W. Lee. route agent of the Dominion Express Co.. was in town Friday last and in consequence of  increased business pstahliyhi-d an additional money order office in Walter  Bows' drug store.  Mr. and Mrs. il. McCallum returned  last evening from their honeymoon  trip to Spokane, and liave taken up  their residence in the "Wigwam"  cottage.  We have been informed that Wm.  Adamson, engineer on this. I'ig Hill  WwlT"FieliirTi.Td^tiKrw  his foot into tbe guide bar whilst; nt  work and has had to go to Ban IT  where  it  is  feared  he   may  have  to  tytytytytytytytytytyij  tyty  ���������������&.  ������***** **i** ������**K **\** **j** **j\  ty tytytywmm^tytytytyty  ty ���������*  tyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  *&���������  ty  tyty  ty  ty  ty  ty  4������r  increasing  talk about.  Tf we talk a good deal aliout our  business, we have got something to  Every day adds to'tho big list of satisfied customers; they soon find out where the best values  are to be had and that brings them straight, to  Our Store.  Your Opportunity  New Clothing  Just Opened Up  Men'*   Suits,    Pants,    Raincoats,  latest and swellest goo:ds.  etc.,    in   the  Your   Footwear  A very important part of :i -mini's costume,  wo can supply yon with the best fitting and  mi,?t stylish pair of shoes you have ever worn at  ver\' moderate prices.  Furnishings of  Every Kind  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  tyty  ty  ty  ���������ty  To purchase a building lot in the choicest residential portion  of the City is NOW.  All indications point to the coming year  ns  the most prosperous year in Revelstoke's history.'  At the opening of Spring, and the building boom that is  inevitable, that choice plot that you have contemplated buying, maj* be advanced in price or bought for speculation.  "Wc have facilities, not generally possessed by other agents  that we offer you on a building proposition on .these, most  desirable residence lots oi the  Smelter Townsite  REVELSTOKE  INSURANCE AGENCY, Ltd.  Neck wear,  Braces, etc.  Underclothing.    Shirts,  Hats,   Caps-  Newest nnd most up-to-date styles.  GROCERIES-  -XVe keep the purest  that can be bought.  goods in  this line  rf  * Spring Weather <g  ���������When you  screen doors  to C. B. Hume A: Co.  J. A.   Buckham. of Golden, proprie-! ty {yOUdllS...  tot- of the Hed Cross Drug Store, spent j +1%   ^^ 27  a couple of days it?  the city this week.  ty  ty  ���������Thing your prescriptions and get  them filled accurately and with the  purest of drugs nt the Canada Drug iV  Book Co's.  Football enthusiasts are punching  the leather every evening, arrangements are afoot for a match Citv vs.  C. P. R.  Don't forget the Bazaar and Concert tomorrow aftei noon arrd evening  in the Opera House. Admission: ���������  Afternoon, Free; Evening 50c.  Nels Eckland, former employee of  the C. P. R. has purchased a fruit farm  at Salmon Arm and is now hard ut  ���������work.  ���������Office blank books, binding cases  and file.*?, or anything required fer* nn  office you will always find at the Canada Drug A: Book Co's.  W. A. Foote has been awarded a  contract by A. Y. Anderson to build a  dwelling house 2Sx!>0, kitchen 1-1x10 on  Fifth Street.  AV. Bodine, proprietor of the Lake-  view Hotel tit Sicamous, is tit present  an inmate of the hospital suffering  ���������with au attack of rheumatic fever.  Spring Coughs are miserable things, harder t.o  endj'i'O in warm weather  than in cold. If yon have  a cold, no matter how  slight or how bad, buy a  bottle of  en@ga  f Cough Oure  'f and get  tho  quick  relief  ���������  '. thnt comes from the first  * dose ��������� the   speedv   cure  j. that ia in each bottle.    Tf  ���������  * you are  skeptical   buy a  * 1   bottle, take it nnd if it is  t- not.     the       best    Cough   *  X Remedy   you   have ever   t  ty^ rrsed, come and   get your  4& money back.    Price Z5c   i  $ty- W. BEWS, Phm. B. H  Druggist and Stationer. ^  Next  Hume Mock. .j  JF PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED.    ^  4jp i  fti tti ltl 1*1 ****g*g������*������������*8 lift ftt ftt -l$U  ty ty ty ���������+*������-���������������������*������-������������������������+��������� tytyty'  undergo an amputation of bis toes.  No. 2 Company of the Revelstoke  Fire Brigade had a practice run Monday evening after which the members  had a meeting for the discussion of  routine matters when a motion was  introduced and carried to have an "At.  Home*' on.May. 12th.  There are two les?i bear in the  vicinity of Albert Canyon arrd fresh  bear meat in tbat locality is plentiful  Mr. Kelly, C. P R. Agent, and Ole  Sandberg divided tire honors of capturing.them.  Wm. Nichol, of Nicola, who has-  been at the Hot Springs, spent several  days in town on his way borne renewing acquaintances of pioneer (lays.  This old gentleman landed in B. C. in  1850 and possesses a fund of interesting information regarding tho early  history of the province.'  William .1. Harvey, who was recently admitted into the hospital from  Camborne suffering with plcuro-priorr-  rnonia, died Wednesday morning.  Deceased was. 11, native of Oxborotigh,-  Ontario, but came west when quite  young, first locating at Calgary, N.  VV. T., from whence he came into  British Columbia where he has followed the occupation of prospector. He  has a host of friends irr the .south  country who will be grieved to hear  of hi.s untimely death ��������� as he was a  whole-souled man with band ever  ready to assist any of his. less fortunate comrades. The, Hhhald extendi  sincere sympathy to his brother in his  hour of aflliction. The funeral, will  take plaeu tin .Saturday the 7th inst.  Service at the Methodist church at 2  p. tn, ���������     '  -  FIRST STREET  SALE Of  We have a large number of lines which we want to reduce. We will give  you a good discount on any of tlrem. We are going to make our Showrooms  considerably larger atul we will give you all kinds of tempting offers to help  us reduce our stock in order that  we  may  carry  out   our alterations.    ASK  FOR DISCOUNT.  ' Cabinet Making  Upholstering  REVELSTOKE  FURNITURE STORE  '   Picturo Framing.  ^^^*^#^0^^^^^<^H^^4$H^i^^W4^^^  Tree Planting  Within the next' two weeks 2,000,-  000 trees will be sent out from the  experimental farm at Brandon and at  Tridinii Head to be planted by farmer's  irr the West. A. P. .Stevenson, inspector of forestry in Manitoba, is  at present in Brandon superintending'  the work of shipping out the trees, fn  an interview he told of the popularity  that tire tree planting movement had  attained in the West.' In 1001, the  first year of free distribution, applica-  t'ons were received from only 50,000.  Lt KX)2 h.-ilf a million were sent out.  fn Ifi0.'5 this number was increased to  l,ooo,orto, and this year, as stated,lire  number has reached the two million  mark. Maple, cottonwood, ash and  elm are the varieties sent out.  t/^^^^^^r*r'>A^^**k^ll^^l^l^^^fi.  Japanese  THE NEW  PAPETRIE  We  selected  have a new and et'efl  stock of this fasluor*-'  able stationery in'boxes by lhe  quire with envelopes to match.  SINGER  ew'mg Machines  Can be purchased on  payment Of $5,00 per  month.  Anybody wanting a  Ih'st-cbrss Singer Sewing Machine ori easy  terms, can got them  from  H. Manning, Agi.  Mackenzie Avenue.  Our stock of Stationery f*a  being enlarged weekly arrd wc  are confident thai we have one  of Ilie best selections irr lire city.  We liave just received the  latest rrovcllies in Tally Cards  for ,-tltcrnoon a rid evening enter-  t,'iinrnr,'((lH in Gibson and Christie  girl sketches.  VICTORIA  W. M. Brown,   Prop.  One of the best and  commodious hotels in the  =������ity---;���������.���������1- ���������i���������-.���������.-������������������  Free 'Bus meets all trainr.  Hourly Street Car.  Fare 10 Cento.  Front Street.  before   you.  ilwav.s.  Give 11s n call  purchase.      AVe     are  pleased to see you.  J. A. BUCKHAM  Rod Oroas Drugstore  Mackenzie Avo.  WANTED���������A position as Stenographer or Book-keeper by a. voting lndy.  Address "Stenographer.'"-' ltiSBAUi  Ofllce, Revelstoke, B. C;  Revelstoke  Orchestra  Under the above auspices,  a popular  Concert and Dance  will be given in the  Opera House, Mayl9th.  A NOVEL PROGRAMME  IMPORTED-TALENT  TICKETS 50c.   -   Reserved Seats 75c.  Dance Free to Ticket Holders.  ���������30, 35 or 40c. will  .buy   a   dozen of  Oranges at C. B. Hume & Go's.  There is considerable grumbling  amongst amateur'gardeners at the  depredations caused by^"wandering  cows and unless some action is taken  probably a petition will be forwarded  to the City Council with a request  that they issue instructions to owners  to keep their animals under better  control.  Fernie  Toronto  Rochester  Baltimore  It pays  to insure  EQUITABLE   RATES  ABSOLUTE SECURITY  Revelstoke  Insurance Agency  Limited.  ^Wvv>A^^^������<^^>^*^>vv^M^^^r*>^<^^M������v  ���������Call- and see our wringers, washing  machines, tub stands and lawn mow-  J ers, at C. B. Hume & Co.

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