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To succeed iIicbo days you
must have plenty of Brit, cour
age, strength. How Is It with
tho children? Are they thin,
pole, delicate? Do not forget
Aycr'a Saraaparllla. You
know It makes tho blood pure
and rich, and builds up the
general health In every way.
Tli MMrH rsnitftl iMtlklr ht fi
hMllti njM lh Inwtli lit In I'.ei'jf fni1.
.. .---,..-,. - .......-,
bail bft..ll, rmilllMl-! Irawtl. t'nfltrt ill
ItiMa i sl'tii .rnkll U.sm- ltM l Aim I
hll. All tl. !'
Mad by J. O, A y Co.. I-owjII, MUI,
fHnuiMiuf vrt. (
Trout fisher' Parnillsfti
Brook trout Mid brown trout ro not
appreciated In Newfoundland, bclng
far more couimon limit ro the porch
and. atuiflili of tli Mutes, ny the
Countr Calendar, ditching tliein will
aoon aurfalt tlio aualur who csste lilt
flU from lli short of alinutl an lake.
Nucli calchri are (ountetl by tha dor.eii
qui lot of terontrtwo down beliisr
brought aboard tiia train at Harbor
Grace. Ono do.en Un-lnci. trout usu
ally soil for 10 cent.
Thera are W7 uninad lahea on tha
lilantl, and 00,000 known ouei with
out name. Tlit Utamt hna about 4,000
mile of scscosst, including thnt of
bay llko HonaTltta, Notre Dame, For
tuno, Kt. Marj'i, llonno, Kt. George,
rincfiitln and Hay of Iilanda. From
ona to ill streams of clear green water
empty Into each of these bnjr. livery
atresia that reaches salt water Is a
aalmon stream. Hack from all that
coast are other and easily reached
etreams that hare not aren a tradition
f a fishnet, rod or hook, and lake
nerer mapped where one may camp and
add to the fare wild gene and ducka,
willow grouse, whose plumage turns
white In winter, ptarmigan, plover and
curlew. These camping places bring a
nl(ue sense of remoteness and soil
tude. Only one who has actually seen
the wall of darkness around a camp
fire In the Newfoundland Jungle and
over the tundras cau understand the
tinge of fear that sometimes becomes
' almost appalling In tho rast aolltudei.
W offtr On Hundred Dollars Reward rot
any oaaeolCatarth tost canaol be enrod by
Stall's Calafth Cum.
r. J. CIIKNKY A CO., Trot, Toledo, 0
We, lb undtrtlfiit, hate known r. J.
Cfcerer lor U lat tt yaii. and belief aim
perfectly honorable In all tuilritM tranita.
floni and Aaamlally able locairy out any ob
ligations mad by their Bra. . .
Win A TauiX. Vfboluale t'rug itiU.Toledo.O.
WiLoma, KioxiM AMabtik, Wholesale Urug.
till, Tultd, O.
Haifa Caiatrh Cat It taken Internally, act
ing directly upon lb blood and mucous ur
iara el lb sysUM. fries 710. por bottle,
fcold by all Drtif itiu. Tettluontal tree,
UaU's really Pill are the UU
A Naoeaearf formality-
"How much longer hava I got to
watt for ray breakfastt" demanded
the Impatient man with tha napkin
tucked under hi chin.
"You ordered egg on toast, I be
llare, slrr' said the waiter.
"I did. You ought to remember It
well enough. You took the order."
"Yea, sir. The toast Is all ready,
but tho proprietor I executing, a mort
gage on the eitabllihmrnt for tho
egg, sir," explained tho waiter, with
TIU. IIAMY ri Y Kit I I'll d.ilrnyi alt thai
nr aw anoni
fivm and all I
I; acta "tun
iimI and will
thtut auca ami
fnu will nattr tni I limit Ibtln,
II o kl bf
attltra, tnl pitild f 14. Ilarolil Huiuora,
Kt liakalb Aft,, llmokl
r". c. i .
OlptMieut, ratsm to with lb turn
and aJJrttMt of yountlf a4 l ( or
fiUnJi, and tha date hn yoa will proUNy
. snltf a buitriMi olltj, anj will cttJII ,
ton wlih IS 03 on our (65.00 wtouthlp,
Our (hool olttr tirtpilonal advanlaitt to
lunllfc(Uullnl,Molhn4, Entllih,ttC, J
I Our iNittuetiON lotttt Tuiiion
amirssuittstvl it ii'Imii
THE MULTNOMAH .
I BUSINESS INSTITUTE .
M. A. AIDIN, Pat.
a eiiTN ar, PORTLAND, ORE.
Hot Air Pumping Engine
Tump water (or
house and Irritation,
Dl.pUoci wind mills
and gaiollns eufltiea,
llurni gasoline, wood
or ooal. Has auto
raatlo stop. bhlpied
on approval. Write
(or catalogues and
BEALL & CO.
321 Hawthorne Ave. Portland, Ore.
to AAveertMeM aleae I
VI A4aei tU
lie Hint lliiriililetli llliiiantf.
AiiiiuiK thu ninny tmtluitlu liicliliint
of thu IlimsoJiitiiini'sit wiir In ono
which rociilln tint pnrnlilu of thu 1'liiir
Inko mid thu piililleiiu,
Two Jiipniiitiit iiplcs, Colonel Jokokn
mid Cnptnlu Jokkl, worn caitiir'il In
tlio net of IiIiiwIiik nil n brlilKo on thu
Mniiclilirlmi rnlhvny, Jokkl wmt m
Miuldlilst, Jokokn it ClirUtlitii. Thy
itcmltl KiilllJ'. xtood tliclr trlnl with
diitlro ciiiiiiin'", mid received their
dentil aeiitencv ImiikIiik with !
pluto liidirrereiicii. When n t'lcrnin
wn recclvpil from (lenernl Kiiriipnt
kin. apnrliitf thorn the hiiinllliitloii of
being hniiKiMt nnd firdvrliiK Hint they
bo shut, tint lluililhlst accepted the
chniiKo In disdainful alienee. Hui
f'lirlatlnii replied, "It I well; I nm
rendy," naked piirinlHHliiii lu write to
hi family, mid IiiniIiik. embrncul thu
Then snld the Itiiilillilst, "1 die more
trmniiill thmi mi, eolmiel,"
"How no?" nked the ChrNtlnn.
"I hnve performed my duty townnl
my country mid townrd my ld. You,
only townrd your rouutry. I hnvn
thniiKht n uood dtnl nbout wlmt you
hnvn told me of t'lirlatlniilty you .ire
llwnya IciiinIIiik of Km Hiiperlnrlly.
Well, I coimliler Hint you lire not In ni
cord with Ciirlst, wheren I hnve until
liitf with which to reproiieh iiiyxelf."
"rerlinp you lire HkIiI," replied the
Clirlstlnn, tboiiKlitfully. "However; it
Is now purmllted tint to do the llrwt
truly Clirlntliiu net of my life. I lmll
Klvo the money I hnve with me, nbo.it
n thutiKiiiiil rubles, to the Itiisslnu Itcl
l'r, to be used for our wounded ene
mies." The Itiisslnu commiiiidnut, deeply
touched, nitreed to nccejit the money j
nnd nskiMl If the prlaoiierN liml miy
linn I retjuett to mnku before Uulr
The lliuldlilst nsked to hnve n bnth,
mid buckets of wnter were broiiglit.
The Christian nsked to nee n ehnp
Inln, mid ns there wn no Protestant
minister In camp the Itiisslnu reultnen
Inl pope mine to tha prisoner.
"I should like to henr the Kermoii
on the .Mount" snld the condemned
mnii, mid he followed the text In his
JniHiueso lllble while the priest rend
aloud In HtMslnli, When they reachel
the word, "I'or If ye love them which
love you, what reward have ye?
And If yn solute your brethren only,
what do ye mora than others?" the
prisoner closed his book, mid for n
few moment prayed silently, with
eyes abut mid lips moving. Tlicn he
turned to his lluddhlst comrade and
"Jokkl, you are right. You die with
a morn peaceful ronclence thnn I, for
never have I fett more keenly how
much my life liss been In disaccord
with the teaching of Jesus."
Again, a In the old parable, we
seem to soo thp publican, who stood
afar off and would not lift up so much
as his eyes to heaven, but smote upon
his breast, saying, "(3od, be merciful
to me a sinner." And wo remember
that Christ snld of him, "This man
went down to hi house Justified rather
than the other." Youth's Companion.
The aloweet thing Hint en n be done
In UiU world I the building up of
moral character. Many penxiua think
thnt there I n lightning like process
by which inen'a chnrnctera cnu be built
up by the Holy flhost. They think
Hint when Cod, by hi Kplrlt, strike
tho soul he knock the old unttire out
of It; mid thnt then the mmi rise up
n new crentttre lu Christ Joins, If
you regnnl till n n mere figure, there
la sniuo tnith III It; but If you liter
nlUe It, nnd test It scleiitirtcnlly, mid
ny that Ood chniiKe iimn's unttire In
nn lustnnt n by n tlnsh of llghtnliiK,
It I not true. It la nn far from the
nunlogy of untun n It emi possibly
be. For there I no work thnt I so
Important, nnd none thnt I no high, na
the creation of mmihood In Christ
Jemis; and there Is no work that takes
so much time; there I no work that Is
so nlow; and there I no work lu which
men nro tempted to be so Impntlent.
This mental mid spiritual development
I not n work of tndny nor of touior
row; mid men should not bo dlscour
nged because It result urn so long
delayed, They ought not, becmise It In
slow, to bold back mid any, "I mn not
responsible, " Work oil nnd work
tinnier to the end of life; put nn nil
your force; nnd do not be Impntlent
becmifto nfter you Imva done nil, you
hnve io little to show for It. Having
dono all, atnnd mid wnlt. II. W.
The I'.nloncr of Prayer.
Tho umrvoloua results of Ht. raid's
life limit bo attributed to hi persist
cut prayorfiilnes", Kow hnvo nppnmch
ed htm In tho ardor nnd fervor of their
prnyor. Barely It will be tho regret
of most of us, when wo come Into tho
light of eternity, thnt wo did not prny
more. We enn aot n higher mid swift
er set of laws lu motion by prayer
thnn by our activities. Clod makes
straight our wnyn for us; ask Him to
bring you to your desired hnven. Aa
wo trnvero our appointed pnth, bo It
ny or hnrd, lot ua flow over wlUi
love. Probably tho heart which
abounds In love Is tho established nnd
the blamelfM ono. Iter. B. II. Meyer,
Clirlat'a Companlnnalilp In Harrow,
Do not keep this incrod thought of
OJUrlat'a companionship lu sorrow for
the larger trial of life. If tho mote
In the eye be large enough to nnnoy
you, It U large enough to bring out
sympnthyi nnd If tint grief no too
"mull for llliu to compiiHNlonnto nnd
slinre, It I too small for you to be
triiiiblinl by II.
If you nre iislinruod to apply that
illvliio thniiKlit, "ChrlNt beiirN Mil grief
with me," to those petty mole-hill that
you magnify Into mountains some
time, think to yourself Hint Iheu It In
ii shmnn for you to be Mumbling over
theiu. Hut, on the other hmiil, never
fear to bo Irreverent or too familiar
lu the thought that Christ I willing
to bear, nnd help you to bear, the pet
tiest, the minutest, nnd most luslguin
I'ant of the dully nnuoymieeN Hint may
come to riillle you. He will do more.
He will benr It with you, for If so bo
that we may suffer with Him, He suf
fers with us. Alexander Mnclnren.
I fought with Knltli;
Knltli slriiKKled to be free
Ami In n dnrk, dsrk night
Hhe went from me,
I fought with Hope;
1 1 npi- fmiglit wllli me In rain,
Hhe lied ami left tno
Iova sought me out,
I'roin dsrkness srt me free,
And lot biilh J'sllli and Hope
On lint back to trial
A ClirUllnn'a lliialnra'.
A into mid faithful Clirlstlnn doe
not make holy living it mere acciden
tal thing, but It I hi great concern.
An the business of the soldier Is to
light, so tho btiHlncHN of the Christlmi
la to bo llku Christ. -Jonathan VA
wnrd. OTORY OF LANDBEEa
llnw lie Itccovcred Ilia Friend's
I'et lloir from Tlilef.
Among his iiciiiiliitniiceN ItndsisT
nitiuhered a certain dog fancier who
on more than on., occasion proved use -
fill to the famous artist by providing
good aiilmnl models, any the Detroit
Newa-Trlbiiue. It wn tho rendlness
with which be supplied dugs of any
kind or breed which led to the sus
picion Hint they were not always ob
tained lu a legitimate manner a sus
picion which wn ultliuntely boniu out
tiy the following Incident:
Imidcer was commissioned by hi
friend, Mr. Wells, of Itedlenf, the fa
mous art collector mid connoisseur, to
paint a favornte dog of his; but the
great artist hnd so tunny work In
baud of greater Importance that he
begged for some mouths' delny. After
a lapse of considerable time, says n bi
ographer, he met Mr. Wells In tho
street and told him that he would ln
able at last to paint hi pot.
Mr. Well Ala, my dear friend. It
I too latel I have lost hlinl
Ijindsecr I nm sorry ho Is itolenl
Will you give me the commission to
paint If I recover hi in for you?
I.nndeer, Instantly on returning to
Ht. John' Wood, sent for hi friend,
the dog fancier, described the charac
teristic point of the animal nnd told
htm he should bo well paid If be would
Dog Fancier (scratching hi hend re
flectively and repenting to himself the
description given) IHack and tan, wl'
very long ears, large eye. I've ami
that dog somewhere, I'll awenrl I den
sity I could bring him In n fortnight.
Ijindaeer A fortnight? Nonsense!
I mutt hnve him lu forty-eight hours!
Dog Fancier It could not lie done,
sir, In the time.
I.nudseer Well, I hnvo no doubt
you could put your hntid upon him in
no time. Hut If you won't, then bring
him na noon ns you can.
At the end of n fortnight the mmi
entered l.nmlMeer's hall with the dog In
Ijindseer Oh, so you havo brought
him nt Inst, have you? Now, why
could you not let me hnvo the dog be
fore? Dog Fancier You're nn old friend
nnd won't peach. Hut the fact wero I
stole the dog! Hut honor niuniig
thieve I sold It to n trump of mi
old lady In rortlnud place for such n
howditclnti good sum I thought It
would not be Just not to lot her enjoy
It nt least for n fortnight.
Helping (I I tit Out,
Ono of the ninny nnitislng stories
told, of old Squire Lnthnm, a Plymouth
County attorney of n quarter of a cen
tury ngn, hna found Its way to tho
For mnny years Squire. Lnthnm wan
a resident of Hrldgewnter, mid It wns
while ho wn living there that tho In
cident occurred which In related bo
low. It Illustrates his hnbltunl cool
ties nnd whimsical temper.
Ho wns awakened ono night by his
wife, who told him shu thought thero
wero burglars In tho house. Tho squire
put on his dressing gown nnd went
dowiiHtalrs, In the back hull ho found
a rough-looking mmi trying to open n
door thnt led Into tho back ynnl.
The burglar had unlocked tho door,
mid wns pulling It with nil his might.
"It don't open that wny, you ldlotl"
shouted the squire, taking lu tho innn's
predicament Instantly. "It slides
Ought to Ho Asliiiinod.
Invalid (wenkly) Threo hundred
nnd fifty, cli? Isn't tho bill rntlier
Doctor That's my regular charge
Invalid Well, I don't blamo you for
getting all you can, doctor, but I hato
to seo a follow Jump on n man when
no's down. Detroit Tribune
lovo" Is "to
tenso of thp vorb "to
got married" saya a
It's a good tiling some poople are'
not .as good as they pretend to b.
Landlord Wo hnve been forced to
raise your rent. Tenant Oh, tlmiiks.
I couldn't do It myself, Kxchnnge.
"Did you visit I'nrls on your trip
abroad?" "Almost." "Almost? Wh'it
do you menu by Hint?" "Well, you
nee, I bad my wife with me." Life,
Klrst Cnpltnllt Whnt would you do
If you lost your money? Hecond Cupl
tallst Htart it iiingnzluo nud exporin
the method by which I used to innko
Mlstnh Joliiislng ('nn't yo' gib mo
no hope, Ain1 Mis Jnckaoii Oltea
an' fo' nil, Mlstnh Johusliig, I tell yo'
I won't be no mmi' culltid supplo
"You say hi den Hi wn due to care
lessness?" "Yep," miswered Three
I'lnger Ham. "What kind of cnrelct
nes?" "(Jot mtight aftmlln' cnttle."
Knther (of Inrge family) My denr,
Isn't It nbout time you were thinking
of getting married? Daughter Heav
en! I haven't thought of anything
t-lso for yrdr, Illustrated Hits.
"I never thought," said the conceit
ed lecturer, "that my voice would (111
thnt hall." "No," replied the candid
man, " thought at one time It wou'd
empty It." Philadelphia Ifdger.
"You can't have genius without ec
centricity." "Thnt may be so, but I've
noticed that ItV (KiHslble to have a
good deal of eccentricity without much
genius." Chicago Itceord-IIerald.
If, In the bent of n family quarrel,
1 10 wfe mjkM fl no 0 ,ck
Ul, ft (ntrolI( by m mvam ( hI( ,o
be taken a Implying n deslro to
smooth thing over, New Yorker.
"Miss Illlggliis Ih very self-conscious,
I she not?" "Ye. When some ono
mnde n remark about a wolf In sheep'
clothing sbo took It a n reflection on
her Persian lamb coat." Hxchnnge.
Utile Pet (on her knees, before re
tiring) Momma, may I prny for rain?
Mamma Y-c-s, If you want to; but
why? Mttlo Pet Susie Ktuckupp
didn't Invite tno to her picnic. New
Her Hrothor Sister stuck up for you
Inst night nit right. Pop snld you were
n fool. Her Suitor What did she say?
Her Hrother Sister said thnt ho
shouldn't Judge a man by hi look.
New York Mall.
Gnsnwny Of all tho tiresome talk
er I think barbers II en peck '8ht
Maria will hear you. Gainwny Why
er I didn't know your wife wat In
terested In barliers. Henpeck She
cut my hair. Philadelphia Pre.
"What a beautiful new public build
ing," exclaimed the visitor; "and It'
almost completed. Un't It?" "No." re
plied the citizen; "It look like It I
completed, but they haven't exceeded
tho appropriation yet." Indianapolis
"That brother of yours, Lucy," said
the man of the house, "seem to be a
pretty tough character." "'Deed, he
Is, nub," replied tho colored maid; "be
Jet' natcbolly neem to be de white
sheep ob our fambly, sbo' nuff." Phil
Tho Visitor What a delightfully
snug little Hat you hnve! The Hunter
Ian t It? When we open the door
we're In tho middle of the room, mid
when tho huiihIiIiio come In we havo
to move some of the furniture out.
"Tho average man out of work nl
way Insists that he'd have been all
right If he'd only hnd n 'good show lu
the Inst place.'." "Unless he happens
to bo nn actor. Then It'n 'If I'd only
hnd a good place In tho Inst show.' "
"Will somebody plcnso cbnso tho
cow dowu this way?" snld tho funny
boarder, who wanted soma milk for
lit coffee. "Here, Jnne," snld the
landlady, Ironically, "take tho cow
down where tho calf I bawling,"
Knnsns City Journal.
"Don't you llko your now minister?"
"Well, he's very young and not a very
good speaker. His delivery Is very po
cttllnr; I don't understand It at nil."
"Nobody could solve Ida delivery nt
college, cither. Ho wns tho crock 'var
sity pitcher, you know." Kxchange.
"I think, denr," snld tho bright girl,
"you had better penk to fattier to
night." "Why to-night," particularly?"
nsked tho timid lover. "la ho In a
good humor this evening?" "Well,
he's In tho humor to give mo to you. I
arranged with milliner, dressmaker
mid dentist to send their bills to htm
Uils morning." Philadelphia Press,
"You sign this deed of your own
frco will, do you, mndmii?" nsked tho.
lawyer. "What do you menu by thnt?"
demanded the largo red-faced woman,
"I menu tli ore hna been no compul
sion on tho pnrt of your httsbntid, bus
tboro?" "Him?" sbo ojiicuhtted, turn
lug to look lit tho meek llttlo limn sit
ting besldo her; "I'd llko to seo hi in
try to compulse mo." London Tit
Hits. Makes n HportliiK OfTor,
SporUng Customer A pound of
Grocer Gorgonrola or Cheddar?
Sporting Customer Oh, I don't care.
Start 'em both across tho counter and
I'll tnko tho winner, Philadelphia
Tho' avorngo household has two
summer dreads fllos and guests.
The it Pains and Ailments
Any tntnt c' tho blood quickly ohowu Itself with old
people, and troubles, which a younger, more vlorou con.
Btltutlon holda in check, tako possession of those of Ad
vanced vears. A mole, wart or pimple often betrino to In
flame and fester, terminating in a oore that refuses to heal. "Wandering- palnc
of a rheumatic diameter arc almost constant, the joints get stiff and the mus
cles sore, while sleeplessness and nervousness make life a burden. The nat
"iSS' iffiu,!! I had aaerere atUckof Vi Grippe, which left ma
co great in old age and nil the almott m phy,Ical wreck. To $ to m wretch,d
organs get dull and sluggish, condition, kheumatlsm developed. In a ehorl
failing to carry out the waste time after beginning 8. 8. 8. 1 was relieved of tha
matters and poisons accumu- H" and have gained in flesh and strength and
lating in thesystem and they my general health la beltUiaii foryears. i heart
nn. tfu.n ..n i.i i.nrt.,l . Uy recommend 8. 8. 8. for all blood dlseasea.
ore taken up and absorbed by 'UnIoa a C. D. V. GaECOUY.
the blood, rendering it weak
and unable to pcoperly nourish the system. There is no reason why old aga
ihould not be k bcaltby as youth if the blood is kept pure and strong. S. 8. 8.
Its fine tonic effect. Almost from the first dose the appetite increases, tha
general health begins to improve and the pains and ailments pass away.
TtiE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATIMITA, CAm
Knew III Illaokatono.
"I'll commit you, lr," said the Judge
to the noisy fellow In court. "You ar
"You dare not, your honor, replied
the noisy chap.
"Do you mean to defy me?" afked
"Not at all, your honor," calmly an
swered tbe disturber of the peaceful
qoletnde, "but you say I am a nuisance
and you must be wis to the fact that
it Is unlawful to commit a nuliinca."
To Break In Mew Shoe.
Alwara abate In Allan's Toot-EaM. a powder. !
I ii cures noi, awtaiing, acuing. unoiiru icct.
unrrs corns, ingrowing nun ana rranion. i
all drugglttt and tnoe lorn, r Don't accept
anrtubilltute Sample nailed FREE. Addrats
Allan B. Olmited, U Hoy, N. Y.
Woman's Inoonalalency. I
"Ever notice It?" queried the man wha
begin In the middle when be asks a
"Did I ever aotlc wht V said a party
of the other part. '
Tkst tbe practical experlecc of an
actress U usually fsr la advance of bar
advertised jouthfulaui?" exclaimed he
ef tbe prelude.
CITC rtrmanenUr Cared. ifeSUoroerToatrxaa
fl lu arurBrttdar'aaMefDr.KUoe'aOrTaltCrrte
ilat to rr. tnd for Frx BI Irtal bll and trtatlM.
Dr.K.JI.XIlo),LU.,Ml Arch bu rblladclpbla, fa.
Jnat Like a. Woman.
"I can't nndenttad Low yon manic
to find your way across the ocean," said
the fair ptMcoger.
"W rely on tbe compass." replied the
captain of tbe ocean greyhound. "The
needle, you see, always points north."
"Yet," she said, "but suppote yon
should want to go south?"
1oUkars will And Mrs. Window's Bootblng
Byrop the tt remedy to dm for Uulr cMldren
daring tbe leethlag period.
Now Tber Don't Hpeak.
Maude Congratulate me, dear. Jack
proposed last night and I accepted
Clara Yes, he offered to bet an a
pair of glovea you would.
Clara Hut I declined the wager. I
told him It wasn't sportsmanlike to bet
ob a sure thlnr.
The Shows Worth Seeing When You
Visit tha City.
Portland, Ore., Aug. SO. Amnre
ments In Portland have been active all
summer, largtly in coneequence ot the
Tho Kind Yon Hnvo Ahvnys
turo or Clins. n. Fletcher, nnd. lins been lniwlo under his
pcrsonnl supervision for over OO yenrs. Allow no ono
to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations nud.
"Just-ns-BOoil' nro but Experiments, nnd endanger tho
health of Children Kipcrlenco ngnlnst llxpcrlment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paro
Rorio, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Karcotlo
substance. Its ago is its guuranteo. It destroys "Worms
nnd nllnys Fovcrlshncss. It cures DIarrluea and "Wind,
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation,
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stotunch and Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMCCINT4UH OOMHNT. TT MUSIUT TKICT, ( YO CITY.
Uncle Sam's People
createit opportunity ol
EicnU. Land can U
menu ol one-sixth to
MTinenU. Irom 13 60 to
erer shown on.
1 am conducting- paitle
Inr special railroad
atet and snowing
.beii. JAMES II.
Canadian Railway lands.
is purely vegetable and is the ealest and best biooa
purifier and tonic for old peop'c, because it is gentle,
but at the same time thorough in its action, purify
ing the blood of all poisons and foreign matter,
atri-ntf f liifilnr It nnA trtti!tirtit tin Mit!r itvafm FiV
September looks as if it would be m
gay month both for the thousands ot
visitors to i lib city and alto, the resi
Pain's fireworks at 'Tlio Oaks,"
mile or two up the Willamette River
from Portland, is a contpicuons feature
of the first week in September. It la
a wondrous spectacle, showing the
eruption ot Vesuvius and tbe "last
dsys of Pompeii."
Wilton Lackaye comes to tbe Mar
quam for a week beginning Mond7,
September 4, with a fine company In
"The Pit," a drama from Frank Nor
rls's novel of the same nsme, which
will be played three nights, and then
give place to a revival of "Trilby" for
tbe balance of the week. Mr. Lackaye
was the original Svengali In tbe first
production in America ot "Trilby."
The Belasco Etock company Is now
increasing in popularity by its change
of leading people. Lillian Lawrence)
and Frank Walling have succeeded
Miss Moo io and Eugene Ormonde, and
the change is for tbe better if the In
creased attendance Is a thermometer of
popular approval. Tho plays superbly
mounted and excellently played at the
Belasco are: This week "Alice ot Old
Vincennes;" week beginning Septem
ber -i, "Harriet's Honeymoon," Mary
Mannering's star play of last yeart
week beginning September 12,
"Judab;" week beginning September
19, "Captain Jinks." This stock cma
psny and theatre offer a splendid, sat
Tbe Empire opens for the fall seaaoa
September 3, presenting "Escaped
Flora tbe Harem," by Charles A. Tay
lor, followed tbe next week by "Tho
White Tigress of Japan." It Is under
ctood that this theat-e will be given up
this season to melodrama ot the ultra
The Baker theatre,nnder the manage
ment of George A. Baker, (who also
manages the Empire,) orened Sunday,
August 27 with musical burlesque.
The Fay Foster company crowded tha
opening week, and is succeeded Sunday.
September 3, by "The Brigadiers.''
"The Kentucky Belles" opens the fol
lowing week, namely, September 10.
Thus, at the Baker there will be a
thirty-eight week season of musical
burlesque with a change of bill each
The ten-cent vaudeville bouses srw
doing a smaller buelnte- good bills at
the Star and Grand. The Lyrie still
continues a stock company at ten centl
Bought lias borno tlio sicrna-
ie emlsrstluf to
AlMtr and Can
id a by tb thous
audi. Wbro thsrotia
dollar to Va made
Sou will always
Ld a Yankee, Al
berta affords tb
any country In tns world lor roo iuts..
tugbt ol tbeu. r . company on tuj p
one - tenth down, 8 per cent lnle-eit, year!
IS.VO per ere, that Is as tin land as ths
out ol Upokane
out ol epokane Mondays ol etsa wees, ItV'
them oyer Alberta. Join the crowd. Ami
LEWIS. Bpeclal Laud Agent Albert aa
KlYtreiuc Ave., spousac, nasn.