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la good standia« aw tamed
r. Mam. M ast er ; Wa. If.
l-nrasv roMAM. Monday srhool Y< a.
m Meewtag servww at II o'etoefc;'?"^
evening ssrvtos at «d*» Wednesday
evening prayer meeting at; JO.
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Vitm' 1 wwa IJU? tost mw loin
'wnday eriusni MwwswItaMy alter tost
mass Itev. T, J. Pnrertl. p a st n r
Aoaday ariis u l at to.
claw meeting at flam ef ftamlar
a bool. P wetting at 7 J*a. to. I'ray
ev uMouse. Thursday ' 30 p. m.
T O. Ilotaaaas, IVtar.
t n.iriu Iloty cwwMwalaa tat tout
•lay la Uw month after morning
prayer, bed and tumwodoyaat I a. m .
- -ley aahaaL Mi a. m . sown
mg prayer and torvnusr. II a. a .
evening prayer and sermon. I p m
W cdnemUy, tttaay at I4*> p m. aod
I taiay ai t p. m. Ilrv. J. i*. dial
■ I'M IX MrltCK.
a svvttvnt'W. i!>*«••
It MM A KRAY.
JollN It til Ml UK,
Aitomey at Law.
nviriiii rocra tv'aUtxR. ipa
ii i> ie.i tv v ta , «... dim
H UI/AL KNr. m .city of l/».
.- 1 -ulaUow. bewwUfwily situated
the ivutherw sharp of Uw fatwans t'rrur
d t xw lobe B —— r.w at ronhane
- . U.nch hoe of Ihe XortheriTlt-lhc
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II It I loro of ste a mers make regular
tnm ff „m ri ., -« |W lake to Uw
tali oTtaSluS w Z "jJe.^d
• eu. d' A w r thi
tw ,, f i j
noted esmme t resort.
r X rZT *^to BbtoThLutoT
I i >■>( each yewr. Its Ashing, hunting
boating .ml bathing aUfwrthma aro ai
hmlUvws. The Onrot I .K
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'•ry post in the went <F»rt Xhenaatu
and It. magwifcBri foroW part rroerv.
rountry rnuad about la atada ap of rlrh
»gi'■ ultural landa awd ectaaaiva forroU
sf yellow pins. ffr. cedar and tamarwe.
•ud Ih. city la droUiwd to become a
mtrmfsrtaring center for the products
of these woods. Ttw heat** BWt awl
resident, ii* etiUrpridog. and take
bride i„ making Uw ptoto .tUwrUre
Tlwie are live chuirh ocganiutUons
Hsfriri. Method tat, Proahytortan. KpU
ropsi snd Homan f 'athciic. The secret
order, <rT W( g rop CTOS U ted by a lodge
emi, of Mum, odd KeNows, Kalghla of
• yihla. A CI.F,a. A. It., and Women's
Hsllef i .ops The city to supplied with
•*»« »*<c lighla, good water works, an
puhile school building, sash and )
doo, factory, two aaw milto, two flmt
rv. hototo. boat building yanto, etc.
Them .re yet good opportunities to eu
f*E* >n lucrative bustnom aud In diver
fsrmlng. Manufartorie. sre par
ttoutorly desired, and are offered evtra
induremeriia. Tbe summers ate tom
►*»••* with sufftotout rainfall to Inauro
•bumiant cropa, while the wlntore are
»«• from extreme told. Xu bettor to
««bon for proAtable Inveatmento or for
•wuring Ideal bneeee ean bo found la
lb * north week. Them to alvrave a wel
«>•»* here, among an axeeUent poopto,
0 •■** hmW ladtoa Tribe U
M UtWn. who U . b*lf-braed,to a
««r)r inumawit and Influential member
eflh. tribe, It U believed l,U borne
2? X 1 *? MAm ' • oto# «■*■*
Mr. Retain It well in—fri
perfectly, tod liat acquired to
MUnalve koowtodte of the history sod
si^l ri of the Uribe. Concerning the
*• **«•• •» l»» the Lewiston Trib
H.'iE**" 0 "* ■"* w. raproduee.
"* **?*'• 0«*sto4yJi V lately with a
wood deal of Interest the startling death
«to of our tribe. I bare observed for
a number of years that our numbers
•re rapidly decreasing, and the past few
years 1 have devoted some study to the
reuses. 1 believe now that the death
r«e. which seeoie yearly to increrme.i.
fret Ur in proportion to lumbers
u«t Of any other tribe, hint* IW,
when the tribe numbered IIIQO, there
hae been *JU deaths recorded to 1 UJ
hirtU, aud If UiU startling percentage
continues, the future of poor Los Net
1 eree rourtitueucy wiU not much long
ar he a subject of governmental worry.
The roll from which the neat payment
wtil be made shows the premia popula
lion of the tribe to be only slightly in
netm of 11*1). When the treaty was
made a census showed over IIMl. Aud
now about the causes. Of course, pe
culiarly enough, with the adveut of the
white man iuto our territory began the
drerearesnd degeneration of our peo
pie. it has been quoted to be by ail
members of the tribe long since de
ceased, that they could recollect when
their people numbered between Mu and
am A band of bunU-t*. wbo came over
**** * n ** divide early In the eighteenth
"•"•"O'. were charmed with the native
MtoiUr and beauty of the Clearwater
aud made It a home. They
Umrad and grew, and later gained die
srtrat z'zSr -
uf «•» buntera was,
'Vpeetid end the pcoweas and courage
«< onr warriors was feared even lieyoud ■
*he Rockies. Every summer our peo j
pis crossed the old Lo Lo trail to the j
hunting grounds beyond, which now j
ipnea the sUtot of Montana and Uie
r* »sec siwtasi U| MUUIAIM AIM] LfMI
- ' ^ Ueottend haute
to the tnbra of Uiat section Ui.com
toon history of the Into that they
defaalrd the Mont w many t morel coo
lr»U and returned with Uw enemies'
horses ladrord with Uw spoils of war
In Umws days Uwy sets perhaps as
many as twenty rubordlnsto tribes and
as many towns on oor land Our terri
tory pcwrtwally included all Uw basin
of the Oearwater river and many miles
down Uw fuabe she mini hum (Uw
ptsamt site of Lrwtstotu. Whltehtrd,
Kamuh Alpona, I'oUach, Iwpwai aud
Grand itonde sere among the principal1
(owns The chiefs numbered over IOn j
Ivnodwaily s subordinate Uitw would ;
desert a town, which would be Ini mad j
tototy occupied by another, and eacti ■
T"** Joet before the bunting seasan a
tsswuun of all the tribe, was held at j
Mw mini boo. and fmbs of the river
loving life was conducive to good
hewllh and longevity. Kerb tribe tvs.
pvnod «f the sblll of Its hunters ami
warriors. The offspring were objects
of Uw giwatest cave, and were trained
from childhood in (he arts of Uw bow
awd wav o«r warriors wets mm of
splendid physique and great sUileles
lied like raadlthmscontinued we would
sUU probably be a hewlthy lube but It
*11 is alao tribe history that just be
faro Uw advent of Uw ptvwml century
th, small put aroutge visited our peo j
pie and oor numbmv tedoced one half.
Iwler cwme Uw nhlte man with disease
sod Uw vices of gaming and driuk
With Uw effect of Uw deartlioti of
t-itwronl habits ami Uie adoption of a '
newer civilisation dales Uw destruction
owr tribe The effort of eivtUulion.
•• ■* Ihe Indisut are roncenwd. is a
^ ^ ^ cl olhroof
Uw white man. deeett the wigwam for
more civlllwd quarter*, and Ull the soil.
man «-t***»W<* qu«rterv. and Ull «lw sou.
that Inspires Uw while man is In the
H,ort The goal to which other men
tat bt "' T '"* " nh * ppf
10 ,ram ° nyri - ,nd ,h# uw * ° f m *
. hk .h m Uw years part were
by a bowl of honor, aro now dls
I „,„i rt i snd abused. To encourage
anJ drunkennro. ate In
mill___.o_ J can see no relief from ,
rrMi | n( | r*n my nn min in-iu
* iUrtlmg death rale, which
^ mu.t of iwrowdty re
duce uw number* of a mwe great tribe
^ uj| M «, the
o( ,, w Rat. arguing
.undpoinl of Uw eternal «
0 n bl ngh pethsp. l*» remslnlng
r^vmmt the hroiU. and
ofll) , mod , ni Indian, amist
* , n even higher and
hitiiU atfflffd case.
ladgs amity Dedtm tbs Elroy********
AmA . h . ...
Judge llealty hm derided ^ "
tens cam of lloysl J
llradley vs. Uw *^™**rnr
) Involving Mr J** •JT , sho ,hone
|to portion, of the kriby * ^
claims In fMvouhone J. own
etolon is in favor of Ih |
« of «>* Kirby . , lop .
Tlw row I. an •»***£^
menu following nf , fj.
U.m bet even tbf ^" tost rose that
let M *« decid'd ' " d ' wn lhr
the Tyl«r owned « wWf h to lo
Une of the Uut «* "• o( llie
roted dlagonsljr |)o## lhe I>M t
Isdge. " 1U >I There re
Chaiwe ow '* ' ol , U w other
^ Lm^ihanoe Following
opeood up an lmmetwa body of ore.
Tlwy located a polut In tha aurtoee Im
mediately over Uw dtoeovery, marked it
"SboeboM diaeovory," aud laid out tbe
Shoshone claim. Tbe location was la
oonOtot with Ute Kirby location, and
when the Sboahone company applied
for a patent, tbto advene caae wee
Judge Beatty'e decision to votumlii
ous, covering a great asany points. He
boida, ia effect, that Uw location notice
•f Uw Sboahone docs not give it any
surface righto. The Kirby claim to
found to be valid and to have been
located prior to Uw location of Uw
Shoshone, hence the Kirby owners are
awarded the surface ground in contro
The most important feature of Uw
opinion to that relating to Uw ore
body In Uw Atoahooe. Thiels tbe real
property Involved. There are several
claims that have extra-lateral righto as
against Uw Shoshone; these an Uw
Bunker Hill, gtemwloder, Emma, Last
Chance and Tyler. Tbe courses of Uw
tttws marking their righto vary so that
it to impassible to tell from Uw evidence
now available in what shape UwSbo
shone will bo toft Judge Beatty says
on this feature:
"While lam inclined to think Uwt
Uw Stemwinder and Uw other claims
named have such extra lateral righto
as will include this vein under Uw
Sboehooe. I do not think that question
can he deterainad in this ease without
further testimony hut It may ha said
Uwt if then to any portion of Uw ledge
within Uw Sboelaone which to not cov
ered by their extra lateral righto it
will belong to Uw Shoshone, if this
totter claim to not void as against tlw
It wiU readily be teen that all tills
Is but Uw prelude to further Important
litigation unless a compromise to ef
WET IX1UUI Mil ffOTia.
Company F received two recruits and
company 11 one during Uw past week.
Private Theodore Kling, Co. U, baa
been granted a furlough for three
Corporal Brown. Co. C, left Uw poet
June a» cnroute to Seattle, Wash, on
Artificer James lluaaey, Co. (1, has
been granted a furlough for three
mouths to terminate Sept, U.
The post council of administration
convened Wednesday tost to audit Uw
aceuttuta of the post treasurer.
Tbe pest exchange council convened
Wednesday last u> perform Uw duties
required of It by U. O. No. M, A. U. O.
A sub-committee of noocommia
slonvd officer* oonveued at the post
exchange tost Wednesday for Uw duties
required of it by U. O. No. AS, A. U. O.
• apt. Wm. Y. 1U<-hards Iwa been des
ignated by (letwral lirooke to perform
Uw duties of inspector of entail arms
practice for Uw department of Mis
The band boys went to Kathdnim
last Saturday and crossed bats with tlw
boy* at that place with a score of SD to
IS In favor of tbs band. Tlw latter are
highly stated over their victory.
Mr. Iteunta McCormack, until recent
ly caterer at Uw post exchange, left
with bis family for Kan Francisco, Cal.
Mr. Ileury Kioppenbuig, well known
for bit honesty aod excellent character,
baa been appointed to fill the vacancy.
i"rival* lleunett, Co. C, lias received
ten days pass for being Uw cleanest
man of the command, and Privates
liras, Co. <S; Van Nooten, Co. F, and
Schuman, Co. II, five days each for be
ing Uw cleanest men In their respective
companies at muster June >0.
Private Meador. Go. C, to reputed to
be the champion fisherman of the post.
It ia a pretty Bight to aea the strings of
speckled baanUf* be brings in after a
few hour*' fishing. Wa would like to
know what mascot he carries to enable
him to liare such phenomenal tuccroa.
The "Comic Tstoo" played at Tues
day's concert was well received and the
snare drum solo rendered by Musician
Neff, accompanied by Principal Mu
sician Koch's base hits, waa excellent
snd received repeated applause. Tha
former was very long Uw totter very
During Uw part month Uw character
of daya were as follows: Klx clear, six
teen partly cloudy and eight cloudy.
Haiti fell on sixteen daya to the amount
of 18* Inches. The greatest precipita
tion. 1.01 Inches Juno 17. Tlw maxi
mum temperature was 88 degrees on
June 7; Uw minimum temperature waa
The made and unmade bkrasea will
hereafter be charged to enlisted men
"by Uw number*." A large man will
have to pay more than a small one, and
now a Xo.« man will try hard to equeese
himself into a Xo. S Mouse. To equal
lie matters Uw large men ought lo
petition congress to Issue rations to
enlisted men according to thetr site.
Botin Datsa ia aeeelsa.
Tlw first annual meeting of tlw Bap
tlrt Young 1'enpto'a Culon began at
Chatrotot, near Uw head of Cwor d'
Alene lake, Tuesday. The open air
meeting is an innovation and were It
not for the rainy weather would prove
. moat enJoyaMe as well as profltaMe
outing for those In attendance. The
meeting will continue unUI July #.
The program conalata of lectures by
eminent divines, song service and liter
ary exercise* Tomorrow', program
will conrirt of Sunday school, song ser
vice sermon on "ChrtoUan ClUxenahlp,"
a mam meeting and missionary ear
moo. Thera will ha an axcoretou from
here on tha steamer Elk and a large
number of our elUaena will take advan
tage of the 75 cent fare for the round
trip. The boat leaves here after tha
arrival of lhatraiu.
149X010 OP A BOOTS.
A Party af C. a * «,
For tbe peat two weeks a surveying
party of eight persona have been at
work exploring the country, in the vi
cinity of Wolf Lodge aud along the
divide. They come from the eaot and
are working west. The Fourth of July
canyon and other passe* through the
range have been thoroughly examined
aod it to evident Uw men are working
in the interest of a railroad company.
AH attempts to obtain information
from thorn have railed, but from a con
versation bad with one of the party
then set-ms to be no doubt they are In
the service nf the C. B. A Q. which now
hae a western terminus at Billings,
Montana. Tbe route on which this
party to workiug will, if selected by tbe
company, bring . the "Burlington"
through this place and Spokane. It to
the intention or the company to build
through to Uw const and Cmnr d'
Alene may bo on the main Une.
•ao Haver tot* *a Us*Is Sam's Demalos
"The Briton* proudly boast that the
sun never seta on Uw Queen'* domin
ions, aa If they were special subject* of
aolar favoritism," writes William Geo.
Jordan on "The Greatest N'aUon on
Earth,'' in the July Ladles' Home
Journal. "But it to equally true that
there to always sunshine on some part
of Uncle Sam's great poaaeaaioua.
When It to • p. m. on Attoo's Maud,
Alaska, it to 9M n. m. of tha next day
af East port, Maine. If we locate tbe
centre of the United States calculating
it as midway between longitude sixty
seven of East port and longitude one
buudred and ninety-three of At too'*
Island, it will be found on Uw one hun
dred and twenty sixth degree of longi
tude, about two hundred and eighty
miles went of San Francisco, in Uw
AsrtlsC far tks tokssl.
Among Uw numerous application
received for a position ss teacher. School
Director Joy bands us the following
with the assurance that it to out of Uw
ordinary. Alter reading it most peo
ple will agree with him:
gras Valley Oregon joou t
der salt i am a wauUn of a skule too
leech In yore Kountr fur i kueel) hit
mighty bad ax i aint Mr a dooin off
nothin for t Mae—I bav leeched skule
in tbos hear staitt It jeer andd tiivver
badd uo trouble yit. i leech Kpeilyn
aud engtys Grammor andd sumlimt i
leech ltiUimuUk andd laton grammar
and gognfy 2, wbut kan you pa a fuss
ktos kompitaut man ennybow, i wad
wont bit all kaah ax 1 am a gude ban
with Uw axe i wish to pa mi Hoard a
cuttio off Kord wood ov a Saturday,
pfae aaair at wunst. a J pottK.
XStart ABB FBBMBAia.
Dr. McPherson,dentist, Ccrord'Atroe.
Special ante in tan shoes at the Idaho
Rev. G. L. Deffeabnugh spent a part
of Uw week vtofUng u> Spokane.
We have a very complete tine of
children'* abacs. Wiggett A Km pry Co.
J. II. Ilellwl wheeled to Spokane and
return Wednesday on his "wagon."
John B. Goode spent a portion of Uw
week iu Spokane look tug after business
The very latest thing in ladies' ox
fords. Wiggett A Eropey Go.
Frank Empey arrived from Hnaelend,
II. €., Tuesday and to spending a few
days with friend*.
Just received a fine lot of plain aod
fancy glassware at Uw Idaho Merest.
Mrs. C C. Bateman, of Fort Sherman,
U expected to return from her Cali
fornia trip next Wednesday.
AU men's, women's and children's
tan shoes included ia oor sale. Idaho
Tbe port office will be closed Monday
after the arrival of Uw mail on accouut
of Uw Fourth of July.
Sre our 0150 line of shoes. Sample*
in fiout window. Idaho MereanUle Co.
There to a movement on foot among
the local talent of Uw town and post to
organise a dramatic company.
.strawberries! Strawberries! Yon will
always find Uw finest berreis in Uw
market at Uw Idaho Mercantile CO.
Mies Lottie Hodgson, who ha* been
viriUng friends In Spokane during the
part week, returned home this morn
Mr*. W. A. Heinlger left last evening
on a month's visit with friends at
Wattsburg and other Washlugtou
Ask to see our P. 0. C. corset Black
and drab, all sites. Bert values ever
shown tor 75c. Idaho MereanUle Oo.
Mrs. T. E. Jacob* to Uw latest acqui
sition to Uw bicycle ranks and to fast
brooming an expert at mauiputoUng
Uw pedals and handle bars.
Spring and summer tailor made suits
—500 patterns to select from. Wiggett
A Empey Co,
W. B. McFarland to now owner of
the two story brick known aa Uw Uraney
Mock, having purchased the same from
the former owner.
Another lot of wail paper at tl>*c
double roil, just receiv e d at the Idaho
Tlxtmaa Weston la spending a few
daya at the head of navigation on Uw
St. Joe, hoping that the change may
prove beneficial to bis health.
The nobbiest Une of men's chocolate
and ox-Mood ihoee In town at the Wig
gett A Empey Co.
George M. Forster, Uw well known
Spokane attorney, has purchased the
steam launch, Avondale, from C. B.
King for use a* private pleasure boat
Coma and aa* our fine line of premi
ums that we are giving away with cash
purchase*. Idaho MereanUle Co
Newspaper advertising to Ute np to
date method employed by aU live Imsi
nesa men for loermring their trade.
The Fxw ean eerve yon in Uito Une.
strawberries and soft
drinks at Thomson's bakery daring Uw
warm eeaaoo. Ice cream by Uw dish,
plot and quart
Johnson A Stocbo have taken their
row boats to tbe camp ground atCfaat
eotet for Uw seuommodaUon of those
who attend the Baptist association's
A bale of hay to mining from Uw
place where it wa* stored by Baker
Miller. Tbe thief who took Uw prop
erty was com polled to return it to save
After visiting several weeks with her
husband, who to employed as engineer
at the Bunker Hill A Sullivan mine,
Mrs. Goo. Groves returned from Ward
Ail Uw new and lata designs in wail
paper at lea* than Spokane price* at the
Idaho MereanUle Co.
Mias Cheatom, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. B. McFarland, for
several weeks, left Wednesday for Sou
Francisco to attend Uw Christian En
We are agents for the celebrated
Studebaker wagons and vehicles and
Oliver chilled plow*. Wiggett A Em
A complete tine of hosiery. Mack and
tan, Just received. Wiggett A Empey
Chas. Williams came down from
Ward ner Wednesday where he has been
doing assessment work on a mining
claim. lie lias some fine specimens
from the property.
Headquarters for St. Joe strawberries.
Leave us your orders for canning. The
Wiggett A Empey Co.
Misses Nettie Fletcher aud FnoU
Clayton, who have been attending the
Catholic school at Colton, Wash., re
turned home Wednesday morning to
■pend their vacation.
Something worth getting—gold alum
inum given away. For quality and
durability see Mrs. Geo. Thomson of
this dty. Ask for cards. Wiggett A
The oldest inhabitant does not re
member such a wet June as the one
just passed. Crops never looked better
and Uw prospects of the fanner are
brighter than for several yean.
At Thursday evening's session of Uw
Kuighta ot Pythias lodge Patrick Joy
waa elected grand represents tire and
C. A. Water* alternate to Uw grand
lodge which meets at Boise City next
The steamer Elk will leave Uw dock
tomorrow morning after Uw arrival
of the train for Uw BapUst camp
ground at Chatoolet, retunng in the
evening. Fare for Uw round trip 75
Neatly printed letter heads and en
velopcs are ludtspensiMe to all business
meti. 'They cost oo more tliau plain
stationery bought at retail prices. This
office aui do the work to your entire
For the Fourth of July the Northern
Pacific will aril excursion ticket* to
points in Idaho and Washington within
100 miles at one fare for the round trip.
Dates of sale July A 4 and 5, with
limit of July «.
C. B. King has purchased a controll
ing Interest ta Uw Iliyu gold mine in
the Floreuce district. This is a very
promising free gold property aud it ia t
Mr. King'• intention to £wh develop
menl work without delay.
For Uw ChrtoUan Endeavor conven
Uon to beheld at Sau Francisco, July
7 to It, Uw Northern Pacific will «-ll
round trip neural oo tickets for 438X5.;
Dates of sale June 30 to Juiy 4, inciu
slve; good returning until August 15. j
The I-ttert lUver I'Uot says that
a local mining district has been form, d
which take* in Uw vigorous new town
of Boasbuig. Bossburg is evidently a
good live town. Its business men
patroulze Uw advertising columns of
their home paper.
N. I. Garrison, who has been em
ployed as a clerk in the local la d
office for Uw past ten monUis, was laid
offal tlw beginning of the fiscal year
and left Wednesday for Washington
to look after Ilia application for a
transfer to that dty.
" «n- Byan luu purchased the Hagan
property on Sherman St. aud will occupy
tt as a residence. He arrived from the
Pieroe City mining district Uw flirt of
week to prepare for bis new duties as
mineral land commissioner. Mia. I
Ryan arrived from Uw Palouae country
The bloomer ball at Uw pavilion next
Monday evening will be well patronized.
The tody Maccabees say that Uwy have
plenty of bloomer* to supply the de
mand and gentlemen can rent them for
Uw evening at 10 cento each. Admls
aioo 35 -ent*. Good music aud an
enjoyaMe time to promised.
Tbe attachment case of Stephen
Doyle against \\ . L. homer*, for the re
plevin of a lot of logs, came up for
hearing before JusUce Frost at Har
rison tort Tuesday. Judge Keat, of this
place, appearing as attorney fur defend
ant A change ot venue waa granted
and Uw caae will be heard before
JuaUce IIarte, or this precinct.
The mineral land commimioneni ex
pact to organize fur tlw season's work
and enter upon their duties without
delay. Wm. Byan and tlon. Geo. A.
Black an here and Uwy expect T. U.
Davis, Uw oilier commission, by the
first of Uw week. Tlw work will begin
in Uw Priert Lake country where a
large Mock of land yet remain* to be
classified. K. V. Page, the Northern
Pacific civil engineer, who ha* been .
with Uw commission for Uw part year,
arrived yesterday from Helena and will!
'rtlU look after (he railway's interest*.
the occasion and
A patriotic service will he beU in the
port chapel, Fort Sherman, next Son
day evening, July 4. Chaplain Bateman
wiU deliver an address appropriate to
sing the "Battie Hymn of the Republic "
A cordial invitation ia extended to tha
general public. The Interior of tho
chapel wiU be decorated with national
color*. A special invitettoo to extended
to theG. A. Band W. B.C. members.
The Fashion Department to Dem
orert's Magazine for July to, as always,
up-to-date and helpful, abounding
with practical information, handsome
model* and the newest Ideas regarding
dree*. A I'attem Order poUtohed in
each number entities the holder to pat
tern* of aUthe design* at the aniform
price of four cento each, and thi* to an
advantage that the frugal woman can
not afford to overtook.
In an historical article recalling the
destruction of our national capital by
British forces in 1814, Clifford Howard
to tha July Ladies' Home Joornal will
allow that Dolly Mad toon, the most be
loved and popular woman of her day,
wa* courageous and fearless to Uw face
of grave danger. In the mad stampede
from Washington, that preceded the
invasion by the British troops. Doily
Dadtoou waa Uw tort to seek safety in
flight, and her final act before quitting
the White House, at the enemy ad
vanced, wa* to leize the Declaration of
Independence and cany it with her to
a place of safety. As the White House
was immediately afterward looted and
burned by the British, Mr. Howaid
declares that but for brave DoUy Mad
ison Uw priceless parchment would
have been destroyed.
The Hope Xew Era says that inter
est in the Trestle Creek camp to stead
ily increasing as work done on Uw
several claims continue* to show more
outside potato are now beginning to
take more interest than heretofore and
aa the att i tu d e taken by the Canadian
authorities will have a tendency to
drive many American miners and mine
operators out of Brittoh Columbia, they
will look around for another promising
district In which to invert their capital.
Trestle Creek has many advantage* in
locaUon, shipping facilities, and ease of
access from outside places. Men now
there are making preparation* to spend
the winter in the camp. Cabins are
being built aod trail* made all through
the camp. Trestle Creek will be one of
the leading gold producing camps cf
With the exception of the noted
World's Fair number of tha Cosmopoii
tan. which reached a price of flve dot
tons copy after the last edition had
beeu exhausted, no stronger number
of this magazine ha* ever been issued
than tb-t for July, 1807. The report of
Julian Hawthorne, Uw special eomrni*
•loner sent by the Cosmopolitan to
India to investigate the horrors of Uw
plague and famine, is or an extrordic
ary character, and will open tbe eyes of
the world to conditions which were
scarcely suspected. Tbe same number
emtaius what is probably Uw greatest
poem of this quarter of the nineteenth
century. This iww rendering of Omar
Khayyam's Rubaiyat, which departs
enUiely from Fitzgerald's, occupies
four pages. Am rile Rives reappears as
a story - teller for Uw first time since her
marriage with l'rtuce Trubetzkoy. One
of Uw cleverest stories yet from tbe pen
of Robert W. Chambers to given. Tlw
remarkable story of Uw war of Uw
Martians, by Wells, which is attracUng
tlw attention both of the scientific and
"" "7"^* j■"' ,,uuc *■"
nc "- ,eta,ufc r °° d rtor * h>Tln ' ***'
is continued, and is a fourth story by
a'Abecket, elaborately illustrated by
tbe humor of Peter Newell.
T1>e offir " of lh * lining and Scien
U8c ,,re " *" T « bw " removed from tS)
j*** Market Kt, Sau I rauctaco. Cat,
*** finest business location in that dty.
Tb, owners of works of art not only
In England, but throughout Europe,
complain of the injustice of the increro
lag demands for tbe loan of their treas
ares for international, national and lo
cal exhibitions, says a New York Sun
correspondent. The pictures ynst re
turned from Chicago are wanted imme
diately for Vienna and then for Ant
werp. English owner* are openly talk
tng of refusing. To refuse to lend aeema
churlish, however, and might prove
**?"*„**"* *° ,b * 'vputsrion. not merely
oftodlvldu.i.rtis^ bat of t»w Brittoh
school. On the other hand, if Uw own
er « whenever they are asked Uwy
never have possession of tbeir own pic
tana. The Royal academy will prob
"Mr •«» consider tbe dilemma,
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