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i^r.h I .ml ue, the famous trapper and ' . r aial tin' prem-nt owner of Dawson "' in ' aial ior many years the agent of the Vliu l oi.nnereial Company, gives a hint lierions going to Alaska, and pays wt loaiphment to a well known urtiele. ••l"lat'e always used the Koval Making null! in Alaska and Northwest Terri 'in as no other gave equal satisfaetion ' ait harsh olimate. 1 also found my "Liiittu'is always insisted on having that brand." ___ Coni Knibnriro. Washington, April 21.—The eoal cm 'hnfojaint resolution, introduced by Sen itor Quay- passed the senate without di ndon. It authorizes the president to lay „ r raise the embargo. Washington, April 21.—The senate mint resolution authorizing the president ! in prohibit the export of eoal until other »ji ordered, passed the house at 3:110. Salnrin a Atlanta, a. Biloxi- Mi" ■ tr r Winona. S|ttinish -ti Mit ■ Ills lice ■■ ('ll |lf u red. April 24. A special from says that the revenue cut - from Mobile, captured the er Saturninu at Ship island. ,nt I o'clock today, but likely will jjve to remain in quarantine with the prize until tomorrow or next day. Prof. William Keith Brooks, who holds He chair of zoology in Johns Hopkins university, was 70 years old yesterday, and He students presented him an oil portrait ol himself to mark the event. He is well known throughout the scientific world for rt-starches and discoveries in marine ani mals of the groups Crustacea molusea and the primitive vertebrates. The cerebral matter is about seven I eighths water. Mupfltes ONE ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; ifis pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual I constipation. Syrup of Figs is the [ only remedy of its kind ever pro duced. pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prom]it in its action and truly beneficial in its ; effects, prepared only from the most healthy^ ami agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most jopular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 oont bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who «fishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP LU V SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. IOnISYIUE. KY. new YORK, N Y. M best lead is the lead That wears longest, It I« Kmowm •• WESTERN WHITE LEAD *» m rtout II Our book m painting BENT FKU. ! Umland Oil 1 Paint Iff. Ca., - >0*TLAHO, OmOOW. BLÜËSTÜNË to n«rrel« Weighing from 265 to 325 lb». 4|c. Per Lb. tes» QU AN1ITIES Bo. ?£■ LB. "«'Hi out and send with order. .HimTHADIHB to., °cc Mentit »*•.. Seam*. Wash. Ttslrf livt T.w. it Wrong? Get it Right Keep It Right W -IF * *•»>•* will «oil Three **•» *•**•» k—r'*««« w wholesale «ruf heeee. er '■ntlalM) DrugO., BeetUe. Pi LIVER ' I ! j I ; j l ! I , ; ' I I I ; j ; i i ! I j I ; i j I kvr!"«* nd ,oc " ,n «° n,a B0TCT ! r «*wr*ï.^Tâ.Â'^ M ôo 0 I L Vj. Ko. It*, BH. ! I i 1 : : | | NEWS if THREE SHIES WASHINGTON,IDAHO MONTANA ten,,. ....... ....... for the Fi»l,| llu i„ Wh,,,.,,,,. ...... ... She,*(I ..... ...... , M , W immI «Her-Northen, »Io..,,,,,,, I« Il II » I M g Full, 'be Salvation b oiti llai y and 1 be Seattle At-tny fed Hum *«HI m Miireh. n "' ''«■••J'l.v 'hipment Of shiners from •«'«b* loK-k. in ( owlitz eoiintv, now at erages about eight car». Treasurer of \\ hat,-on, that the rash halain was siiu.siiii.s; Tin tug the same time X enmity ret on Iniu,l daima e was r.s-eivetl 27.7â2.7n. The Im - t In ha la nee Apiil ) \t as s H.u.lti t is ' •«l"b U . West will succeed* to the p„. Situ It ot special treasury agent with head quarters at Tacoma. Mr. West has been treasury agent stationed at Port lam! and conjunction with .Mr. Culloni. has had western part of this state ami Alaska. W lien Mr. ( idiom leaves f„, entire district will be undci lion of .Mr. West. beef entile east of the mountains are beginning to naive. Buyers are making • ont 1 ,lets ahead and several shipments lune already been made, good prices pre vailing. The cattle wintered nicely, but the ranges are already commencing to wither so that cattlemen will he forced 'luinpu, the Lite jurisdic to drive to the mountains early this year. ; ]>. I lie activity that i» seen m the prepara lions for fishing and taking cure of the product m Whatcom county is much ahead of that of any previous spring. New (raps are being put in all along the shore «ml at the islands wherever an available point i» to he found. The shipment of (15 quail, which was ordered from Kansas by the Olympia As sociation of Sportsmen. Inis arrived in first-class condition. The hob-whites are to be "planted" in the nooks and coves of Thurston county to propagate their race. lhe O. 1!. & N. Co. has .established an experimental station two miles west of Walla Walla, and Kiehard Aid In hey of that city lias been placed in charge. To baoeo plants are to he brought from Vir ginia and North Carolina and planted, and a large consignment of .'la|»uiese In-mp plants have urrixed and the growing of jute w ill be attempted. fruit growers report that prunes are non practically out of danger, and most of the other fruit. A sad death occurred about three miles north of Custer the other day. The year and a half old child of Air. Poison was killed by accident. Kred Knupperberg had charge of a team when the lines broke and the horses ran away. It seems the horses got past the child when a chain attached to the tugs sw nngaroun-t and caught the little fellow. When he was picked up life was extinct. ( barter from the dominion government hurt er. war or no war. President I > • Corbin is prepared to Imild a rail ! load to the Itoiuidarv Creek country, j Perhaps he will have to go entirely on I the American side, but he will be c lose ; enough to the Canadian side to taji the ore bodies of the mines in that section, j Moreover he will run his line via l!c l public rump. Iilnliu. The influx of immigrants into tiie Pay ette e. untry continues. Sheep shearing is in progress along the Wood Itiver branch and 1 iregon Short bine 'the clip will be heavier than here tofore. Acting Indian .Agent Irvin lias publish- j ed a notice to stockmen that they cun no longer have the use of the grazing lands 'on the ltlackfeet reservation. ! While excavating for the foundation for ia cabin on the Opliir, at Florence, F. W. Thornton uncovered a four foot ledge, up I on w Inch he w ill sink immediately. .Another Idaho law is to be tested. It is an action to recover $50.1 KM) under the mechanic's lien law, mid is against the , Owyhee band and Irrigation Company. The service |>ciformed for the defendant ; was on the construction of the Uruncuu Valley canal. (lovernor Stcunenberg has -out the fol- i ' lowing telegram to the secretary of war: "Section 3. senate amendment to volun teer army hill, authorizes enlistment of plainsmen. Idaho, in addition to the lltli, I offers a regiment of mounted plainsmen, experienced in the use of arms and hard ened to fatigue. The legislature is not in ' session, so we have no means to pureha.se; horses and equipment. If the offer is ac I eepted. 1 suggest the government pur I chase Idaho range horses, as their breed- - ing and manner of life prepares them for ; immediate and constant use. The cost is | approximately $10,000. Can raise regi ment in 10 days." J. l;. Jacobs of Payette is interested in the great irrigation project for the reel»- j illation of some 30.000 acres of land on the i j Oregon side just opposite Payette. The 1 plan is to raise the water by pumps run , by water power. An elevation of 4B feet ; has to he overcome, but there is unlimit ed water power, and it is estimated the water can he delivered in sufficient quan tity to irrigate all the land and at very j i low cost. Air. -Jacobs states the company j i w ,|| I „-gin construction work about the; ! middle of May. Alueli of the land to be I covered by the system has been entered.' j but the owners will surrender part of! their holdings in return for water. I There is an idea prevalent that enlist - ; meut of volunteers will begin liereA as i s,„,n as the national government calls j for troops. This is a mistake. The nn I tic nui I guard will he sufficient to till the state's quota under the first call, and these will I« 1 sent, (iovemor Kteimen pas received many applications for commissions to organize companies, and it ! n,i,nv ° ,1Vrs en,i '" , v* iv "" >8 ' , In lh !' ,,f ,lnnR * ,he frua " 1 must ' verv l>e îriven the First rhanoe, and, laides. ! the first call issued by the president, as I now understood, «ill lie for the- state; i militia. The men «ho liave so jiatriotie 1 allv offered to volunteer their services will he obliged to xvait until the wav opens for putting additional troops in the field. fibroid tumor Expelled by Lydia E. Pinkham'H Vegetable Compound. Mrs. B. A. Lombard, Box 71, West dale, Mass., writes: " i have reason to think that 1 would not be here now If it had not been for Lydia E. Binkham's ' egetable Compound. It cured me of a fibroid tumor in my womb. "Doctors could donothingforme.and they coultl not cure me at the hospital. I will tell you at suit it : " I had la-en in my usual health, but had worked quite hard. When my monthly period came on, I flowed very badly. 1 he doctor gave me medicine, but it ditl me no good. He said the flow must lie stopped if possible, and he must find the cause of my trouble. " Upon examination, he found there was a fibroid tumor in my womb, and gave me treatment without any benefit whatever. About that time a lady called on me, and recommended Lydia E. Pinkhutn's Vegetable Compound j said she owed her life to it. I said I would try it, und did. Soon after the flow became more natural and regular. I still continued taking the Cotnjiound for some time Then the doctor made an examination again, and found every thing all right. The tumor had passed away, and that dull ache was gone." It cun lie truthfully stated that such a result can be accomplished by no other remedy upon the market, and forcibly proves the peculiar virtue of tire Vegetable Compound THE ASSASSIN WAS FOILED. i ^ Nature of I lie I'flcknttc- Snspecteil mul the I'realdeut Saved. Washington, April 28. — An infernal machine was sent to the president Thurs day. Fortunately its character was sus pected and efforts are being made to cap rine the sender. The machine was en closed in a cigar box. An ingenious con trivance wns arranged so w hen the lid ot the box was opened there would he a flash of powder, which would explode a stick of giant powder sufficient to blow a man to atoms. Lieutenant Cross, in charge of the White House ]„diee, soaked it thoroughly in a tub until its contents were saturated, and then opened it. The sense of touch is dullest on the hack. An ordinary elephant pounds of ivory. produces 120 j i ' - | j i 1 , j j If your grocer doesn't sell Schilling s Best tea. tell us his name, what kind you want (Japan, English Breakfast, Oolong, Ceylon, or Blend), and what size pack age you want. We'll see that you get it. Don't send us any money We don't sell at retail. San Francisco «m A. Schilling & Company WE MAKE~MEN? Marital Strength, Vitality, Manhood, in Two to Ten Days. Weak and Impotent men can secure healthy, vigorous marital strength, vitality and de \i-h-pmeiit in from two to ten days by the use of Dr. At< hambault'h Wot d* iful I'AKIS i NIT AC Sl'AKKS, In ninety per cent of the ease» the result* are permanent and lasting. Losses, drain? ceane «at once. They cure \ arlcoct.le. restore lost power, give wonderful vigor and strength to man or woman; build tip quicklj tin* weak, nervous, broken-down s\stem. A E< ion f< r nerves, brain and niuschs. 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No deception, meuns exactly what it f-.«>s and is made by a responsible ai d wealthy Jdcdicul Tompany. who believe in • ing as thev would like to be done by. und who can refer to the leading ami hugest unk* nt home and all newspapers in which this ad\ertisement appear?. You cannot get something t-u nothing. Avoid all so-« ailed free cures. No one cay pay >r advertising medicines ami live and cure >• u free. Every offer of Hit? kind is a trap. , hen discouraged try our TA BIS VITAL STALKS. Our offer gives you Three Dollars -•• I \alue. if in need of treatment. f «r t nly 4K cent». We make no money when we send full menth's treatment. lOu doses, a three-dollar pat kage. for only 4S one-eent stamps; ut our Taris Vital Spark? are so rdiabit, so effectual, that we alwu>s make many oth»*V jstomers at full prices through your certain cure. .lust as soon as you commence to take TATIS VITAL SPARKS. Just *n scon will you commence to feel yourself a man made over. Why not try today, or at least cut thlfeout? A SECOND YOUTH WILL COME AGAIN TO YOU. NO C. O. I). PACKAGES OK DECEPTIVE FlRtTLAKS CALLING FOR MORE MONEY. HIT THE .MTI'AL M EDIdNL SENT. WITH FILL DIRECTIONS, INCH'D JNG A VALI AHLK MEDICAL TAPER. ALL SENT SEVERELY SEALED. FREE FROM OBSERVATION. ALL CHARGES PREPAID TO THE T. S OR CANADA. Falling Vigor in Cases Past Forty Our Great Specialty. "SINCERITY In speaking as they t hink. believing an they pretend, acting as they pro fess. performing as they promise, and being an they appear to be This is what Dr. Arch ambault Co. always does."—Post. Write today. Don't delay. Addreae plainly, THE DR. ARCHAMBAULT CO., 82 Pemberton Square. BOSTON, MASS. ' Hercule • Special (2}4 actual hone power) Price, only $185. lOWER ...FOR... PROFIT Power that will save you money and make you money. Hercules Engines are the cheapest power known. Burn Gasoline or Distillate Oil; uo smoke, fire, or dirt. For pumping, running dairy or farm machinery, they have no equal. Automatic in action, perfectly safe and reliable. Send for illustrated catalog. Hercules Gas Engine Works Bay St., San Francisco, Cal. - ; Montana. It jcpojiivpd ears, and apparently each one loadisl to its capacity, to transport the regiment from Fort Assinnihoine. Never in the history of Miles City has there been such a demand for comfortable dwelling houses to rent. Nearly fill the rivers of northern Alon tana are running hunk full. The heavy snow ill the upjier country bus melted rapidly and is supplying a great volume of water to the streams, the coulees being well filled. The supreme court 1ms decided that the old board of county commissioners of Ku valli county is entitled to office. The ease had la-en passed upon by Judge ltrantly. who held that the commissioners elected ill 1 XtHI were entitled to office. Judge ltrantly was reversed. This means there will he an election this fall for eonimis sioneds. The Montana Society of Engineers has laa-n uskisl to interest itself in all effort atiout to he made with a view to securing large grants of arid lands to the Jtocky mountain states from the general govern ment. The movements originated in Wy oming, where the desirability of state con trol of arid grazing hunts is even more apparent than in Montan». Receiver Kugeiie T. Wilson, of the First National hank of Helena, says that the checks are being made out for a divi dend of 5 per cent to the di'positors of that institution. As soon as they have la-en returned hv the comptroller, to w hom they w ill go for signature, they will he ready for delivery to holders of proved claims. The amount to ho distributed will tie about $140,000 and the length of time that will elapse before they will he ready for payment will he three weeks. With one important exception there is general continental condemnation for the United States. 'The exception ema nates from Russia. 1'lu* St. Petersburg Viedomosti, .speaking for Russia's atti tude towards the United States, says: "The friendship which has subsisted for many years between the two states, ex cludes every idea of unfriendly attitude on the part of Russia at the present juncture." Asia is the largest continent, 10,000,0(10 square miles. An net of congress ill 1872 abolished (logging in the navy. The human skeleton, exclusive of teeth, consists of 208 bones. Hair is very strong: a single hair will hear a weight of 1150 grains. The only involuntary muscle composed of red or striped libers is in the heart. ABOUT GALLANTRY. New Ways of IAving tiring New Rule* in Manners, That element of gallantry which Is nothing more than a hypocritical dis play of insincere devotion lias for many years tepded to disappear and In the inarch of progress will continue to «to so. not more lux-ause of the widening of woman's interests than IsH-ause of the broader view of 11 f «• and one's duty to ward one's neighltnr among liotli men and women, says rhe Springfield Re publican. True gallantry, in its liest and sincerest form, will never he "out of date" as long as men are men amt | women are women. Men will always resjiect women and if gallantry lie paid to intellectuality rather l lui n to ignor ance It ts no less gallantry. A man who gives up his sent 111 a street ear to a pretty girl and then goes home and "kicks" because dinner Is not ready Is not gallant. With new ways of living for both men and women, gallantry must take new forms, adapt ing Itself to conditions, lint it will ever exist In the hearts and lie shown In tie actions of generous nicu and noble wo men. A homely hit of gallantry was en acted In this city a few days ago by a driver of au ordinary, everyilny water ing-cart. A woman had a fail from her bicycle Just in front of the street sprin kler and although not at all hurt her hands were considerably the worse for contact with the dirt of the road. The driver watched her from Ills high seat and then called out cheerily: "Want to wash your hands, miss?" She admit ted that it would Ik- a desirable thing, so the man turned on a small stream fnmj his cart and held his horses still while the woman washed her dirt-cov ered hands. Then, acknowledging lier ' Thank you" with a smile and a 1 k>w, lie drove on and the woman resumed her ride. The driver's ac tion was as true gallantry ns ever knight perform ed in olden time and such as l'arislaus would never think of. A Mutter of ItiMti-nee. It Is well known that In high alti tudes, owing to Hie rarefied air, objects are visible at a great distance; and from tiie city of Deliver, the Rocky Mountains, although some sixteen miles distant, see-m hut very short way off. An Knglish gentleman, a tourist, eamt in on tiie Kansas I'aeitle train one morning, stopped at the Inter Ocean Hotel in Denver, and soon made tiie acquaintance of two of the "old citi zens." The Englishman was captivated with tue appearance of the mountains, and suggested to the two "old citizens" ttint, as the mountain range was such a very short distance from the city, they should all take a walk to it. and re turn in time for dinner. The two "old citizens" saw a chance for some fun, and immediately consented. The trio started west, and walked towards the mountains for about, two hours and a half, hut tin- mountains seemed as far away as ever. The Englishman was a good walker, and kept a little in advance of Ills friends. Finally they saw him delib erately sit down, as he came to a small Irrigating ditch, |«-rliaps two feet wide, and begin taking off Ills boots and stockings. When they came up to where he ivni sitting they asked him. In some sur prise, what he was doing that for. The Englishman said lie was going to wade the stream. Both the "old citizens." looked at him In astonishment, asked him why he didn't step across it. "Step across It," replied the Britisher —step across It! Not I! What do I know about dis tnuees in your confounded country?" There are no«- four tlmi-s as many wire nails made as cut nails. The habit of feigning death when at tacked lias Is-eii found to characterize several varieties of snakes. Several species of moths never eat after attaining a perfect state. They have no mouths and live but a few hours. They don't do tilings in a half-heart ed way In Chinn. Their national hymn Is so long that the people take half a day to listen to it. A famous French critic lias described Ixmdon on a Sunday as a well-ordered eemetery, with here and there an un easy ghost walking about. The s^Kv-ulative astronomers are now arguing Hint the moon Is in the shn|ie of a plumb lioh. and that tiie large cud is always toward the earth. Some sclentIsts now hohl that above tiie altitude of UJJMgt feet from Lhe s«*a level the terapm-ature decrease» about one degree for every rise of tk'iO feet. Masaccio, the note«l Italian painter, was originally named Maso, the addi tion to the trame being by way of re proach for Ids negligence anil slovenli ness In dress. The Beat Truth. Home people deceive theuwtelv«-» with the notion Hint. If they have been de nied some advantage which another lias hail, the only dignified course for them !u life Is to ridicule that advan tage. "It 1* a »trange thing to me to disc-ov er," »aid Mr. X. to Mr. '/... "that I have wanted a college education all my life, ■ nd never have known It until lately." "What brought it to your knowledge at laid?" asked Mr. Z., smiling. "I perceived that there was a certain bltterne«» tn the light way In which I always said,'Well, as for me, I'm heart Hy glad that l didn't go to college!' " The most noticeable feature about a Aermon I» the number of good place» for »topping that the speaker fail» to take advantage of. Uncle Sam Says: This is America's Greatest Spring Medicine. Take it Now to Sharpen Your Appetite. Vitalize Your Blood, To Overcome ThatTired Feeling. Go to your aruggist and get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and be gin to take it today, and realize at once the great good it is sure to do you. O Hood's Sarsaparilla 1.» America's Créa test Spring Medicine. Ht-Klment of CimlHira. Washington. April 25.—The president lias decided to appoint Theodore Roose velt to In- lieutenant i-olonel of volun teers to serve in a regiment of cowboys and mounted riffeinen to lie raised by Roosevelt and Ur. Wood, the President'» family physician, now in the mcdtall de partment. of the regular army. Dr. Wood «ill he colonel of the regiment. Their l-lncea «» Hr Knit. SjKikiuii', April 25. "The Northern Pacifie has i'eeided to permit all of its employes to enlist in the war and the load has also ih-cidcd that their posi tions shall be rostered to them on the ending of hostilities," said General Pas senger Agent Charles S. Fee to a Chron icle reporter this morning. 8 |>nnlnli Fleet to Mull. London, April 25.— A special dispatch from St. Vincent, ('ape Verde inland», dated it:25 today says: There is reason to la-lieve the Spanish fleet sails today. It. is exceedingly for midable. including four tirât «las» cruis ers. six torpedo tioats and two armed transports. VIOO HKWAHI). 9 IOO. Tiie readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at leant one dreaded disease dial science lias been able lo cure in all Its stages and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to th# medleul fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu tional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood und mucous sur faces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work. -The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Kend for list of Testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENET A CO., Toledo, O. Hold by Druggists, ,f»e. Hull's Family Pills are the best. The Uncoinpuhgre and Ute Indian» are »aid to he ugly over the dilatory tactics of the land allotment commiHsioners ■ HAK.lt INTO YOUK IUOII Allen'» Foot-Ease, s powder for the feet. 1« < ures painful, swollen smarting feet end instantly lakes the sling out of corne and bunions. It's the greatest com furl discov ery of the age Alien'» Foot-Kase make» tighl-iiiting or new shoes feel easy. It la a certain cure for chilblaius, sweating, damp, callous and hot. tired aching feet. We have over 10,000 testimonials of cure*. Try it today, buhl by ail druggists and shoe ilorea. By mail for 25c. in stamps Trial package FREE. Addreae Alien 8. 01m •ted, Le Roy. N. Y. Canada is a little larger than the Unit ed States. use or Dr. Kline's tirsat Xsrve Hssturer. Scud for true. K »«.III) trial bottle and treatise. DR. R. U. KUNE, Ltd., u.*> Arch street. Philadelphia, Pa. The globe of the eye is moved by »ix muscles. After hetng swindled by all others, send us stamp for uurtirnlurs of King Solomon's Treasure, lhe ONl.Y renewer of manly strength. MAH4)N Cl! KM If A I. CO., P. «). Hoi 747. Philadelphia, Pa. The cells composing the epidermis are 1-10O0 of an inch in diumeter. I know that my life waa saved by Plao'a Cure for Consumption.—John A. Miller, Au Sable. Michigan. April 21. 189». Every liuir lias tuo oil glands at it* base. Straight hairs are nearly cylindrical; curly hairs the elliptical or flat. AN OPEN LCTTEtt TO MOTHERS. We are asserting in the courts our right to the exclusive use of the word ' CAsTOKlA,'' and FITCHKK'SLASTOklA," as our Trade Mark. I, Dr. Samuel Hitcher, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was theongiuator of" HI IX HICK SCASTORIA,'* the battle that has borne and does non* bear the facsimile signature of CH AS. H. FLETCHER on every wiapper. This is the original '* HITCHER'S CASTORIA " which has been used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty years. Look Carefully at the wrapper and see that it i« (he kind you have always bought , and has the signature of CHAS. II. FLETCHER on the wrapper. No one has authority from me to use My name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher ia Fresident. March 8, 2897. SAMUEL PITCHER, MJX The roots of hair penetrate the skin about one*twelfth of an inch. Europe is less than one-fourth the size of Asia.