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Array I        ll      II "''��� 'n-i.mi'ff '  ii'iii"*  s   . jr^-i  >TTR  WATCH    will  je careful  attention  if  frith ,us for repairs.  \ H, WILSON,  SLLBB    '    , CRANBROOK  r.'if. >**ji.rz<i'<!srhfi*j\r: �� u,m imiMdm mkb,  We   villi     tf-^t     TC.UR  EYES aud guaranii-i a   lit',  or refund yo-jr mono}-,  W. ff.  WILSOM,  OPTICIAN        CRANBROOK  ��! . .    ,,  i  ', i  L 12 NO, I.  MOYIE, B. C.;    APRIL 10, 1909.  I paper ,your house with STAUNTON'S Wall Paper  Ind pajiit your house with "ELEPHANT PAINT."  ^.yoja-wflht'ja paint,to give satisfaction use "Ele-  fhantl" sXf yoii want a wall .paper1 that-has full  oasure'in'the roll arid look njce .when put on  our walls; vise "Staunton's.'"  s      (\    'a* r , <  ; ���"   t* "<��� i  I We Have a'; very  complete lino of Paints, Oils,'  hite*reacl/Varnish and Varnish Stains/ Ochre,  i      -���      i      - e ' , 'i  trato WalliFinish, Wall'Paper and Burlaps/  I        GENERAL FLOAT       |  General Booth is 80 years old.  The Bluebell at Kaslo, Is shipping steadily to the Trail smelter.'  .The flosmer ovens, \ shipped  2,400 tons of coke to the- Trail  smelter in March. .,  von QUA MTV.  ���Er5B^GW-��NN-E;-.*  arsv;S>^accps,   Gonfectionery  :;,'"'V:':j:^RUIT,'ETC:,  MOYIE  ^ MAGNIFICENT  FBUIT^LANT>; r~ ,.  [tje in the M^oyie.River(Valley l'mile" south''bt"Cu.rzbnK enjoying  Esame "climate at. Ores ton and the Kootenay ' lake,, ICO acres of  eh 7'are underprop'.-; The soil is first; class and although' partly  [red ^th'"niK^^fc^.nw��0<l,-'unde'rbru^i ''^j3* easil7 cleared,  ee room frame'house on the property also, abatable. Only $14.00  [aere^Terms^-^   ,^X, "~   v , ���    ��������� * -  - <   ,���    .'* ,/' <'  BAIiEl��iJBiiV^ELL;' T,,   >*./, Cranbrook, B.,C,  The sale of Prince Rupert town  lots will be held in Vancouver  from Way 25th to 29th.  There is a good prospect of the  Alice mine near Crestou resuming  operations before long.    ,  WVD. Hill i3 closing out   liis  business in" Cranbrook and   will  i t  move- to" Vancouver   to   reside  permanently!'  ' '   '   '   '   '     ''    <���  Easter   Service.  |     loca'C assays       I  Tomorrow, Easter Sunday,. will ti&��&3>&3>&&$*Z&*&Z&K&&S*:i����  ^^S^*-^:^^^^^^^^  Paul' Putnam, /a* 15 year.-old  Rds'slaud 'boy, is,, in the toils,  charged' with ' stealing letters  from street letter boxes. <'  - W.,F. Teetzel has purchased 12  acres' of, fruit land, near Ores ton  and will,make his home -there:    ,  The'Old Nrtional Bank in  Spokane will build, a.'14* story office  building on the > northeast corner  of Riverside "avenue and ^Stevens  street in that cifc\r.    " -" >  f  " '^aiidUnspec^ inyVfullrt range'^ of;'WALL -PAPERS,  r.V PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES^,ENAMELS,r'BR'USHESj  t7vFLbS^  "��*^eAiNT,^REMOYER;;^Tc: *";^/;7CV-';*%V ;v  . il     ���*Ti.*Sli*^ -v>      *'''J-  ��,'   '   '��� '      "     g--'t,^i>,. .-'_���   ., .   ..A K'~r*r+'   wilt  n,V^(t'��^! ��c"ClV ^*i*ja*' "���-rVi"'     -j t"     j-     j . < n   t-t  ,^.iv����*Vt->*t>^jt;,^��,*4-ni -  ~�����/C*fi.  " l��ue'��Extreithe&?^  'Maximum.' wear style>ud comfort. ' -   ,  Minnimum, cost/ r, -     ,   ,    J \  '     '     '   -  . '-/diir.EElilANCE BKAND .Clothing com-  bines-the above'qualities. ' Every, man wh6/de��  sires'elothes that will'fit.'.wear and be comfortable  should^riot fail.to see our slock.  'Oome'in arid have a lookV   It woii't-cost a cent.  -      THE DAY LIGHT STOKE, v   .,  ROBERTS & MESSINGER  Conrad Block       . .    ^^ie  Last week the Silver King mine  atsNelson shipped 300 tons of ore  to" the'smelter at .Trail. Forty  men are, employed in this , famous  old<mine.r,   ,k   , -    ��     ��� \ y*  , C5,;G. Selous, the "English author  and big-game  hunter, who, ia   to  % iff      i* ' '- l  hunt with Roosevelt in Africa, is  a   brother^  Nelson.'  be & busy day for Evangelists  Reid and Russell, who are holding  forth at Morley hall. Following  is their program for tomorrow:  11 a. m.���Mr. Russell, Bubject,  ���'Power From on High."   tt  2:30 p. m.���Mr. Reid, an address' to young.! people,1 "Life's  Voyage."     ��� ,      . '    ��.   >  3:45 p." m.���Mr. Russell will address a great - mass meeting of  men only. Subject, "The Power  of Purity."  v7:30 ,'p. m.���Mr. Reid will address all on'."The" Man' that God  Calls ajFool." ,,"*''  At the Catholic "church there  will, be' High'Mass in the morning  and"1 Benediction in,the evening'.,  The church will have special floral  decorations, and. there will rbe  special singingJ by ( the choir,  which has been-training for, some  time past for the occasion.    �� ,' '.  S.m-  "Tlie King's Business."  - The " first vweek'- 'of -the- three  peeks' evangelistic-'campaign in  the Kooteriays has past. In every  towricf importance in 'both East  and West Kootenay these revival  meetings are; being conducted.  In,.the Moyie field the work* is in  the hands of ;Rev. W. D.'^Reid, D.  D., pastor 'of.!' the^ largest   church  Ernie  McQuade returned  day from Vancouver.  The postoffice will be open  day Monday.  John Sullivan, came over fiom  Trail yesterday.  An addition   is being   built   to  the Prtsbyteiian'c uirch.   ,  ,   J. E. Crowe   was  over to Fcrt M  Steele cue early part of the. week. i yj'f  ,T. T;'McVittie, the surveyor/Uf/  was in town last Saturday and 'Vf/  Sunday.  J. A.; Harvey, K. C, of Cranbrook, expects ; to be in Moyie  next Monday.  - Work, on, W. H. Laird's ,new  lesidence will probably be, commenced next week.       ' >  -The ice on the, lake is 'still  sufficiently ^strong to be crossed  safely on foot. ' ',....-  Ml' McNicol,' accountant for the  Porto Rico Lumber company, was  in Cranbrook Monday.   ' >  Nicely furnished room, electric  lighted, suitable for two persons.  Over Postofiiec. 1     <,,  A, hundred yard dash ,of the  gospel tonight on Main .street.  Reid ��t Russell, contestants.' ���",  The planers at the mill of the  Porto .Rico Lumber company have  been, running all week.  Roberts <k Messinger are "agents  for' the'famous   F.   P.  Sargeant  to ..Mayor ��� Selous of  ,Lprd Sholto Douglas and; his  wife'are;again"living at Creston.  Lo'rd Sholto's trial for. the. Blioot-  ing of a man'.named" Rowlands  will begin on0Monday,"May 10th: >  ^Aparty of C.<P. "R.'surveyors" is  at wbrk.surveyiug' thejine~ which  is to ^connect ' the ^Arrowhead  branch of that railway With* the  Crow's Nest line at' Kootenay  Landing. ���   - ��� .-    ���       ,<v  It is understood that' Cranbrook  will put up a $10,000 purse for a  fight between Scaler and. Battling  Nelson. Scaler declares he can  beat Nelson, and talks of betting  $2500 that he can win.      t   .  interest. Every ^evening there is  a good ,crowd in * Morley hall.  The men work .-.qui tely and earnestly, and tnelc meetings are" free  from the.acrpbatic,stunts of the  '���Billy ",-v Sunday r order. -; These  meetings wili'be'coutinued, every  evening for the next two weeks.  ; *'" ���*��� ^~  '���"   a:   '- r-i>-" '   * r-*-' ,-i  f" i'      +��� l"     , ^, ��� ^ \     ' , ',    .     -' . V  , ,':   K.1 of P. Bali. -   ^ *  1   '  '."   u      MOYIE'S   LEADIN.0   &OTEL. "     ,  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations j  for the Traveling Public. j  Largo ami Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Rooms, j  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. j  in-  L'ut down your foot, ' ���.���__:���,-  You can do it with firmness  if you  are weanng  ihc G. A. Slater Inviclus Shoe. %  Wo have the finost range over scon m   mojio  eluding the very latest wine shades.  Sec our nattiest designs in  20 uentuiy  new consignment just to hand.  THE   FURNISH BR  suits.   A  la  ���  It may not be generally known,  but it is a fact neverthelees that  one of the men *who sat on the  jury inthe famous Florence May-  brick case lives in East Kootenay,  and i3 quite often seen in Moyie.  Representative Coudrey of Missouri has introduced a billi making it a misdemeauor for any one  to make any fraudulent representations in advertisements, si'ch  as "bankrupt," "damaged goods"  and "fire," Avhen^tHe^goods offered for sale are not a part of a  damaged or "bankrupt stock."  The" members    of   St. Eugene  Lodge No. 37; Knights of Pythias,  will give their, third annual   ball  next^ Wednesday, .evening,  April  14th in Morley hall.   All arrangements ' have-been-completed for  the affair.    Supper will" be served  at the Kootenay' Hotel, and music  will be furnished   by' Professors  Wilson   and   Evans   and   E.   O.  Kamm.   Tickets are $2, and  the  lodge1-extends a cordial invitation  to all to attend.    This will be the  first ball after Lent, and no doubt  it will be well attended.^  When President William H.  Taffc gives the signal from the  White House that will flash across  the continent and start tho  wheels whirring at the Alaska-  Yukon-Pacific exposition June 1,  his hand will press a key of virgin gold, studded with the first  uuggets taken from discovery  claim in the Klondike.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  ,     .     ,  ��10,000,000  Capital  Authorized      *iU'  .    , ��� . . rT  5,000,000  OapiW^dJJp������_ 50000()0  R63t      '     BRAKCUES.lNBKmSlICO^  Arrowhead; Golden. Kamloops, MicUol; Nelson. llcvcUtokc. v  Savings Bank Department.  deposits at current rate from date  of  Interest allowed on  deposit. ; S  GRANBKOOK BRANCH. |  '      J. F. M   PINKHAM, Manager.       |  <ia��<aw��*'      '" ' ______���_--��  While showing moving pictures  in thePantages theatre in Spokane the other night the film  caught fire and but for the fact  that the machine is incased in an  asbestos lined room there might  have been a lot of damage and  even loss of life. These films are  highly inflamable, being a composition    of    celluloid   and   gun  cotton.'    Arthur Denman, an engineer on  the C. T. R , is a hero of the hour  over at Grand Forks. Ry a display of rare presence of mind he  stopped his engine in time to  save the life of a child that was  olaying on the track. It is beyond possibility of doubt that if  Mr. Denman had not acted as  he  been  in ' Montreal, * and  Rsv.  Walter  Russell   of, Toronto.r,"   Both are I glove, made'in Detroit,  U.S.A."  clever sperkers, and work well tc- The, only glove for machine men ,  gether.- -Their Various  discourses'    6d ihe aftocnoori  and  evening  have beenJiSfcened.to-with^marked of Tuesday, May llth,  there  will  be an dcecream socialat the Pres-  byterian church, ',<���    , ��� "  , ' . .i - , ' '  Geo. W. Orchard, representing  the Interestate Rubber''company  of Spokane, was in to\vn>tho  first  of the week.  <    " ��� ,   '  -,   ,-. ,f - . -   -1  ���*      *  , - The Moyie r school was closed  yesterday, it,being.a��public holiday"" If will also be closed next  .Monday, it being EasterMonday.'  ,.B. McLaren, brother of,Jpe McLaren, arrived here Wednesday  from Brandon, Manitoba. His  wife came with him.  EGGS���Eggs for hatching from  pens of thououghbred Barred  Rocks and White Rack*, $1.50 for  15 eggs. J. H. Hawke  W.' L. Reid, the new secretary  for the water company and the  electric light and telephone company, is having an office built on  the vacant ground near R. Campbell's store.  An added and important feature  of the Reid & Russell mission next  next week will be some afternooo'  meetings at which the evangelists  will give some teachings on the  deeper Christian life.  M rs. Taylor, wife of John i Tay-  los, arrived here Tuesday from  New Dominion. P. E. L, where she  was visiting for some time" Her  many friends here are pleased to  see her again in Moyie.  MacEachern &. Macdonald  Miners Keirnbiirsed.  The Denver Daily. News in  its  . ���      ,'   ��  issue of April 3, contains  the following in its  report of  the  proceedings of the "state legislature:  i ,    ,  "At the session ��� last  night ..the  house, passed on second reading  the three senate appropriations,  bills covering what is commonly  called the "Cripple Creek war" of  che years 1899, 1903 andl190d.  They are:',       _ - l    ,  "Appropriating $950,000 for the  payment of expenses incurred , by'  Ghe��� troops being ih" the Cripple  Creek district.',' ,  rt ^-"Appropriating > $55,000 ,to < ve  imburse the Western  Federation  of Miners^for destruction pf stores  and other,property."  In   the Limelight:  ' '   ,  A. E.* Watts, the czar.of Wattsr  burg' ��is "ever   in   the  limelight.  One day he dips his' pen iu ,vitrol  and goes af cer President. Shaugh-  nessy of the C. P. R." rough, shod.  The next diy the^a-SHOcUted prestj  dispatches  herald,-to  the  tidings ^ that *VA.'E.  Wattb'  mushroom crop is in'full bearing."  Then 'he  goes  after  the  railway  commission and makes   chem look  like 30'cents.'   But his latest  role  is-in.the'way of'a  dispenser  of  justice. ��� Iu.Wattsburg che  other1  day a strapping young  man. was  charged with  attempting  tojen-��rf ,  tice a very young girl and nEter-"  wards boasting of what he'could  do. .��� .The .culprit confessed w.hon   '.'  confronted    with   the    evidence. '.  I, O. O. Is.- Anniversary  The 00th anniversary of the I.  O. O. F. will be observed by the  members of Wildey Lodge No. 41  on Sunday, April 25th: ' On this  day the members will attend  church in a body. Arrangements  for the services will, probably be  made at the next meeting of the  lodge.   Watch Moyie  Grow.  Born���On Sunday, April 4 th,  to Mr. and Mrs. Gold win Stewart,  a son.  Born���On Tuesday, April 6th,  to Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Denielson, a  son.   The New Hall.  The members of the Odd Fellows' building committee have  several places in view for the  building of their new hall, and  they will probably make a definite selection within a few days.  J,0TICK  CttANBOOOK LAND DISTRICT. DISTRICT  OF SOUTHERN DIVISION EAST KOOTENAY.  TAKE NOTICE that Robert Cnmpbcll of  Movie, B. C occupation, Merchant, intend* to  apply for ptrmlsslon to purchase the following  described lands:  Beginning at the 3. W. Corner oi lot No. 2375  Group one; thence West four chains and Olty  aix Mnl* H-M): th��aec Nrrth Forty Cbainn  (40); thence East Twenty-one Chains (21) more  or lean to eatt aide of Movie Lake belnp the  western boundary of Lot No. 2375: thence following the western boundary of lot No. 2S7o in  a southerly directlou to place of bepinulnjr, cou-  slftinK of flfl,.- (50) acres more or less.  did the    child1 would   have  caught by the engine and haveJpATED.ApHiioth.i�� ^^^^  suffered a horrible death,  ���'Appropriating   -��4,357    to a reimburse the miners' union of Vie-  Mr" Wafcts gave him ,^be choice of  , tor'for   damage  to  its  building  <fh0 Jash  or P"son-and  for  tho  and furniture." *,'���'* " �����      /sate,of sPa��Dff h'19  pa��sntofrtlio  disgrace he chose the Jasb.'1 At  Wattsburg is a great il ig star.  The culprit was not tied but  was' commanded to tako off his  ,- -'V  Aurora Meeting-,  Mis9 Lulu Crowe, who is teaching school near Wasa. came home  yesterday to spend Easter with  her parents. With her came some  friends, Mr. "D. W. S. Higgins, Miss  Macdonald and Master Freddie  Barr. The party came out on  horseback.  The Eckardts, considered the  best hand bell ringers in America,  will bo in Moyie on Wednesday  evening, May 5th. There will  also be splendid vocal selections,  and a big collection of musical  novelties. They will be here under the auspices of the Moyie  Baseball team and the Moyie  Football team.  The Lee Building-.  Oalder Bros., the contractors,  expect to begin work on Edward  Lee's new building some time  next week. It will bo 27x43 feet,  and full two stories in Jieight.  The building will be used for a  lodging house.  This Is Payday.  This is payday at the St.  Eugene mine, and cheques to the  atntiimt of $48,000 w*H be giveu  out to the men.  There will be an  extraordinary  general    meeting   of   the stock  holders of the Aurora Mining and  Milling    Company    in   McGregor  hall  next Monday   afternoon  at  4 o'clock.    Within  the   past few  weeks    several   influential  Cran  brook people have become inter  ested in the property,  and these  will ;be  present at   the  meeting  Work at the mine is  going  right  along, and the property  is look-  iug fine. I  coat and vest and place his hands  on the post, whilo Mr. Watts personally applied the lash, tho  stripes calling forth yells for  mercy. People no longer ask the  question: "Who is A. E. Watts of  Wattsburgr"'  7-      'f<s#m  '���V'~ ' csJai  rsmm  - *���  ' ��1i  ���      ,3   J'l  ;   - K^l  t*  -Letter   pres?,  al-  Apply    at Leader  FOR  SALE-  most1 new.  office.   1  Lessons in pianoforte and   singing.   ��� Terms  reasonable.     Apply  to 'Professor," Box 5. Postoffice.   ;  '*  Unprecedented Values  We have just received a special delivery of the famous KANATA, AYRIAN  Brussels and Wilton Squares.  A better assortment has never been  seen in Cranbrook and the prices are  20 per cent to 25 per cent less than  usual.  Kanata Squares  Brussels Squares  Ayrian. Wool Squares  Wilton Squares  SPECIAL  Two yards wide at  One half yard Floorcloth  From $0.95 each.  $1S.50 each.  $1.'J..30 each.  $37.50 each-  VALUES IN LIOLEUMS  50c a'square yard  at  20c a vard.  The Store of Fasfiion 6rag,1c00lr'  ��-:*�� Ti   ., I)    4 ,fr'  V'<i  ,   *,'-.    ;*.,   *-,J   . .  THE  LEADER,    MOYIE.    BK3T1SII ^COLUMBIA.,  "'?'t*' ���" 'fli?-!f'���"���-j *  4. -t -J�� ~l/r-, '����� ,;,  <��������"%. ^ s--)'^,^ ' - '���  he Spoilers.  By  REX E. BEACH.  Copyright.   1905.   by  Rex   E.   Beach.  'that tho ground beneath bis feet slop-  , ed away to ,n b.i��hi out of which bubbled a spring.   It furnMicd the drink-  I ing supply of the Midas, aud he knew  their tracks, shielding themselves l>e-  hind the nearest objects or behind  one another's bodies, Availing for, the  sky to vomit over them its rain of mis-  FOR THE S  every \w li of tlie crevice it h:id  worr i sjjcs.    Their backs  -were  to  the vfgi  down   the mountain, so  felt his  way j iaT,tes now, their faces to the center.   p0 jjot j)ose   With Purgatives  nSS*       li'V *'  mm - ..  (Continued.)  As the train crept out or tne cauip  " 3nd across the river bridge, its only  light or glimmer the sparks that wv>re  snatched and harried by the blast, the  partners seated themselves on tlie pow-  iier cases and conversed guardedly,  wnile about them sounded the low  'murmur of the men who risked their  nil upon this cry to duty, who staked  their lhes and futures upon this hazard of the hills, because tliey thought  it right.  "We've i made a good fight, whether  we win or lose tonight," said Dextry.  Roy replied, "My fight is made,and  won."    ,      ' *  , "What aoes that mean?"  "My   hardest  battle had  nothing to  do with the Midas or the mines of Anvil. < I, (ought and conquered myself."  "Awful wet night for philosophy,"  the first remarked. "'It's apt to sour on  you like milk iu n thunderstorm.  S'pose you put overalls an' gum boots,  on some of them Boston ideas an' lead  'em out where 1 can look 'em over an'  find out what they're up to." , ���  '"I mean ,that I was a savage' till T  met Helen Chester and she made a  man of me. ,It look sixty' days, but I  think she did a good job. I love the  wild things just ns much, as ever,1 but  I've learned that there are duties a fellow owes'to himself and to other people, if he'll' only stop and think them  out I've found out. 'too, that tlie right  thing, Is usually the" hardest to do. Oh,  I've improved a lot" ' ,   ,  ' "Gee, but you're popular with yourself. I don't sue ass it helps your looks  any!' You're as homely as< ever���an'  what good, does it do'you, after all?  ���   She'll marry^that bigguy." - '  1 "I know. That's what rankles, for  he'��'no" more worthy of her than I am.  She'll do what's right,, however, you |  may depend upon that and perhaps  ehe'll change him the way she did me.  ���,Why, she worked a miracle iu m'y nt-  "'tltude toward life���my manner','���  "Obi, your manners are good enough  rs,'they   lay."   interrupted  the   other.  "You never did eat with your 'knife."  "I  don't .believe in 'harakiri,"  Glen-  ister laughed." ������ '  "No,   when   it i comes  to   intimacies  with decorum, you're right on the job  along with any of them easterners. ,I  watched   you   close   at ���them   'Frisco  hotels last winter, and, say, you know  as much as a horse.    Why, you  was  wise  to  them   tablewares  and  pickle  forks equal  to a head waiter, and it  give me confidence just to be with you.  I remember putting milk and sugar'ln  my consomme the'first time.    It was  pale and in-a'cup auddooked like tea.  cautiously along. At the bottom of the  hill'where it uu out upou the level it  had worn .1 considerable ditch through  the soil, and into this he crawled on  hands and knees. His bulging clothes  handicapped him so that his gait was  slow and awkward,,while tlie rain had  swelled the streamlet til] it trickled  over his calves a'nd  up to his wrists,  Many had dropped their rifles. The  thunder of hoofs and the scream of  terrified horses came from the sla-  hles. The cry of a maddened beast Is  weird, and calculated to curdle the  blood at best, but with it arose a hu:  man voice, shrieking from paiu nnd  fear of death.  A wrenched and doubled mass of zinc  ONE HAT, ONE LIFE.  In   Papua  the  Fashions  Last  a   Person's  Lifetime.  Pa mi a   i-    fa*t    altering  in   these  chilling him so that his muscle's cramp-] bad hurtled out of the heavens and  ed ami,his very bones cried'out with  it. The sharp schist cut into his i>alms  till they were shredded and bleeding,  while, his knees found eyery jagged  bit of bedrock over which he dragged  himself, lie could not see an arm's  length" ahead without rising, and, having removed ' his slicker for greater  freedom   of  movement,  the <raiu   bent  struck some one, down. The choking  hoarseness of the man's appeal told  the story, and those about him broke  into flight to escape what might follow, to escape this danger they could  not see but which swooped out of the  blackness   above   and   against   which  A Tonic is AH You Need  i Not exactly sic!.--but not feeling  quite well. That's the way most peo-  pic feel in the spimg. Kasily tired,  appetite fickle, sometimes headaches  and a feeling of depression. Perhaps  pimples or eruptions muy appear on  the skin, or thei- may be twinges of  rheumatism or neuralgia. Any oi them  indicate that the blood is out of order;  that the indoor life of winter has left  its mark upon you ' (ind may easily  ���levelop into ' more serious trouble.  Don't dose yourself with purgatives,  as many people foolishly do, in the f)J)  hope that vou can put your, blood > [,,u,  light.    Purgatives gallop through  the   curv\y  puari lands are being offered pracU-  eallv without rent to any' one who has  Mnit-il  enough  io  work them.    But  till there ib much of the country un-  SoV... and a great deal that is rc-  "i,.,ki�� for the auointest of savage,  Ta t ibcTo ' natives who. live^nd  f in thoir  hats-and  in  H"le  *13C".  'hew hat's are of plaited fibre, very  'l-1!    ".?������i   =)������>ed    and  imu-li   re-  there was no'defense." They fled only ( system and weaken instead of giving  to witness another nnd greater light strength. What you need in .spring  upon his back till he was soaked and j behind th'em by which they'saw them- j[is a tonic that will make new blood  sodden and felt streamlets cleaving > selves running, falling, groveling. I and build up the nerves. Dr. Wil-  downward between his ribs. Now-and J This time they were hurled from'thelr_ lioms' Pink Pills is tlie one medicine  again he smiatted upon his haunches.)  balance     hv-   a     concussion     which ' that can do this speedily, safely and  dwarfed the'tWo preceding ones. So'ini | surely. -Every do*p of this medicine  few stood still,- staring at the. rolling'. bplPs to make new blood, which clears,  ���move hank as it-was revealed by.tlw | the ; skin.-strengtl.ens    the    appe tie  ��plosion,  their eyes gleaming white,   alld  ���ak.es. V���1'^ ^   fmd    siro, z  J.,     ,,     - .     ,^\*i'*-   V i    <i.���i. . women    bright,,, active    and    strong.  while others,buried their faces iu their Marv �� {-      ^^ Br00^ K s.,  hollowed arms as if to shut'out th�� , 8uvs:_��i-cannot speak too highly in  hellish glare, or to.shield themselves , fft^or of Dr   Wjihams' Pink Pills.  A  I was i'wenk  and  run  down   ancl   quite  , unable toMvork.  I often had headaches  mnrkable for the quaintest  customs.   Guama./m   Western Papua,  li  ll  These   -   .  large,  conical  shaped,  and  sembling   the   Chinami-n a   headgeir  the    well-known,    willow   paltcin  of  the  nurseiy.    They  are  fastened   io    the   h?ad  mawiefl  of  thick,  .stiff  clay,   and   fro  far its i�� l:now it) ft"1- never removed at  all.    Strange   to    say. < the   sex  e-  with  that  straining his eyes to either side.   Tlie  banks   were' barely    high   enough   to'  shield him. At last he cume to a bridge  of planks spanning the ditch and was.  about to rear iilmself for another look  when he suddenly flattened into the  stream bed, half damming tho waters [  with his body.   It was for'this he had J from a blow  so carefully wrapped his fuses. A inanj     Out in the  heart of tlie' chaos ��� rang  passed over him so close above l!mt,be"i a  voice loud and,,clear:,  might havo touched him., The.sentry<    "'Beware the,next blast!"  paused a few paces beyond and accosted   anollier,   then   retraced   his   steps  over  tlie  bridge.   Evidently this was  the  picket line,  so 'Roy  wormed* his  way forward  till he  saw,the blacker  blackness of the mine buildings, then  drew .himself. ,clripping, out from  tho j a fight. :-lt<was a,rout. ��� Tjie defenders,  bank, lie had run the gantlet safely,    (feeling they had, escaped  destruction  Since evicting tlie owners, the receiv- > only by a happy chance-in-leaving,the  or had .creeled ��� substantial  houses  Inl bnuk house the'instant,they did.'-were  and' my appetite was poor.    1  began  j taking  Dr.   W^ilJfams' Pink Pills -and  /clin"s 50 obstinately to the matinee  hat in civilized lands is not the ora  that decorates itself, with the , per-,  iriancni liM. of Chimn, the men re-,  serving this distinction to themselves  .-.The enormous nvers watering the  rich h.nds of Pupua are very swift,  and even the" amphibious, native at  um.'s finds it hard to cro^'safely.  A curious sight was seen recently by.  a magistrate "on p,atrol;/duty, . rive,  men carrying, large wooden earner.  shielcU wished to cross a very wide  and rapid riv��r in -liiph flood, a  stream that , no, white man would  have   ventured   into.     The. ingenious  ~     Jmurin* yourself J,?n,* ����*H  of b,ood-poiSo���.���?, tjt,:;i<*  nation. As eooh a. you 6U8taln ^  ~a wratch from barbed ��|,V ^  bum, a brwhft-put on a litti.'/. ^f  and then don't *orryl Z^m-E.ffl  disease germs, v.'hich, eotcriag ��M*���S<  up futerlnj. ete.   Mot only ,0\H J'��  /���tbnulatc. thecclUtorapl Z'M  Ix. thi. way'tuild. op healthy 1 y  quickly; also, Hea.es pain a,^  You have ea.c, lusurance agalr.t uJ  roUonlng, and rapid htaling-06ly Zi��m  ' ccmllncs the three I   Try iu *���  WHAT, ANIMALS COST.  filw' 'goocte,' and  the Government ofii-  Ciala in 'front of them.    The Papuan  does  not   stop . at  devices- as. simpje,. _  'as this, (Tn many parts of-the couri-^   s  l trv   he   builds    cxeellotU  suspension  Mr. ALf. Hy. Orth. of Shipley (Onu), says :���'; While at tton\ r     ,  misfortune to rim a rusty wire naiSundfr my thumb nail, ia aie 6, u  about one and a half inches., "The pair,'was terrible, and what 1 Iea7ej"u,  the nail, being so dirfy end .rnsty.' -would pet up feitprmg and 'blud-ny*  1 knew, from previous,experience, how K6od Zam-Wuk was, so 1 fii^J?  wound, melted a httlo of the balm, end ran it into die wourd.   Iht hJu k  wonderful.   It "soothed the pain, and the thumb actually did not su{;]  gj S  kept away all infiammaUo'n,'  I 'u'as able to po on with my wcrk all tietiaa'fl  sin a few days tho thumb v.as as good aa ever," '^  7.i  Hoaif  Ug. Vi  the part* affected.' ��f <PMr*i�� ntvra,^, rw,fryau���n, ana. tiusuc*    M\ Eiutii,i,2  Sior<i till Hi i0<~ fyix, three fi* *(-&, orpo*tSrc<i/ram Zam-buk (.-��.. Xurmi, "^  h.     Mf.l.H*p|Tf.ll1.   .J    W  1  tion  a  nation.        "',   ��� ,*      v, . I they   rushed ,out-'into��� the 'night,, col-  A  thrill'of affection'"for'this place; Hding'with flieir enemies, overrunning  warmed the young man.   IleMoved this  old mine. It had realized the dream of  , his boyhood "and had answered the,,  ��� hope he had clung to during his long  fight against tlie northland. It .had  come to him when he was" disheartened,'.bringing cheer and' happiness, ,a'nd  had yielded itself like a bride.' :Now it  seemed a crime to ravage it.  lie crept .toward th'e nearest wall  and listened. Within was the pound'  of voices, though,the windows, were  dark, showing that the inhabitants  wero on the alert " Beneath the foundations he, made mysterious preparations, then sought out the office build-'  Ing and' cook house, doing'likewise. I  lie found that back of the" seeming ro-  , posor of tho Midas there -was a 'strained  expectancy. ,  'Although, suspense,,'had  lengthened  tile   time   out v of   all   calculation,   he  them/iii (he panic,to quit this sppL  Some dashed' off the bluff'and wfell  among the pits",and sluices; Others  ran up, the mountain side, and cowered  >In th<; brush like quail. ���$ ' f_ _ ; ,,,  (To ,be Continued.)  ig prices.     1 , --���-, , .       ���  V-The/'kiiig'oi beasts/' the lion, sold    rubber  and  ��Hee. ���;���;i;,0'i;nr,  .romparatively cheapr.mainly'-b'ecaiu.e,   the  ordinary materul   ��af. c /il��at on.  the'cost of feeding made havers shy    buj   he ?Bputo,JookiM^uitdflcse .  oi'"Uie  investment?    . J-lne  wild-born    new-fashioned   ideas,   declines  scorn, |  fully   to   learn   from   them,   aurtl   re-  lions realized from ��75 to, ��100.  f  A.  L    >    The   Folly  of, Laughing"',,  -U times 'tis rankest'folly to   '  - Display'a smile or,e'en a-'grrin;  For instance, .who dares to'laugh1 th'e  j  ,  ��� time  ' *        ,  That dad,   while  shaving, >cuts   his  cum? , , .     '  Minard's Liniment for s'aie everywhere  Menagerie-born animals'cost on an'.' turns /contentedly.to  his  ancient-fen-':  Bverage-JEIO.   A lion'es, 'has everi sold,   gmeenng of   ^bushrppe-^and stick.    .��  for   under'��4;   while,   on   the-other J   ,     -    '" ~    "    ../...    n ...    ,.-   '  hand/ ��240 * to ��300 "is hot' too  big a i'    ��� Sang^ V/ith   Patti:    ,  price to1 ask, for an exceptionally hue j  ��� In a. small lop'back roomnover  a,  specimeii of lion. ',        ���     <J. Knewspape-"   shop  in   Charlotte  street,.  ' lives 'an old operatic ;  The tiger, is; however,  a 'high-priced,/    -A quarter of  a'.century ago Sigr.or  animal; ��100 is, the lowest figure ut   -Bia .was  .frequently, seen   jn   many  . o ���_.,-_._. .._   roles; "��� but  of  late.  'Sfcti*-��'"^"��S''  -'   .  but not you.    No,  sir'..   You  savvied j judged he had been gone ^from his coin-  plenty' 'and   squeezed   a   lemon   into |" panions'at least an hour and that they  yours, to clean your fingers, I reckon." 1 must be'in place by now.'   If theywere;  it       Roy slapped his partner's wet back,'' not-^if any thing',failed at this eleventh  0 ^ for! he,Awas buoyari't and elated.    The    hour���well, those were the fortunes of  * sense of nearing danger pulsed through    war.    In 'every   enterprise,   however  o   him like wine.- , !    * - '   ,      .carefully "planned, there comes-a time  .-/'That wasn't just what I meant, burl  ,ri)en chance must tako"ils turn."   - " ,  ��� It goes.' Say, if we win baclrour mine, /     ^ made his .way inside the black-  1 we'll hit Cor New York next,'eh?'' v  i ,, Good fTime'  In "an   Irish   daily   paper > there   re^  ,cc-ntly appeared'this advertisement:',  "Wanted���"A, gentleman " to7.under-  UikeHhe sale of   a ( patent medicine;  "the'advertiser  guarantees' it  \\ill  be'  piofitablc to the:, undertaker/'"���  s.  Repeat  it:���"Shiloh's Cure  will'j,Pri_c_e;  "always cure/my coughs and  ��110s.,  or only, just 5s.;  full  grown  its '���.value ,is ��2  , Polar"* bears  a  :"Veiy' ra:  -     ''     -      -   , . '-('van   Biene .described,as '-'hearfbreak-  al ways'-maintain ;,their,r..ln��-  ,".',.''   "    , >���    . , -,, *??i      j ,/-{,,.��.  irelyydoe,-a  specimen;kB?*J>^V..*J�����   JJ  ���" I, "-* a Lw a y."s'-1  s e rVe;') ��� 9 *  iGrearh- Sodasy with '  elsli ''Rarebit/-. ^ V W  .Cfearfica.Oysters, and-y'�������� *'  t'" ��� .<"*'"''' *?"'"'���   . * 'i' '"*-";' ,'-"*-*s;--v, 'J  *m os t every thing I make T "  ' imthe ,cha.iinc:: dish.- *'-?I/" -  caii al\y ays.depeiid"6n  . iVTooriey'S'lBiscui t,  being; fre.&h��� .w-���  ka'nld'^crisBi.r/:  v-V" --jVilt-   '<��� 1  "No, I don't aim'to mingle with no  higher "civilization than I got in  'Frisco.- I use that word 'higher' like  It was applied ,to meat. , Not that Io  wouldn't seem apropos. I'm stylish  enough for Fifth avenue or anywheres,  but I like the west. Speak in' of modes  an' styles," when I get all lit up in that  gray woosted suit of mine, I guess I  make tlie jaded sightseers set up an'  take notice, eh? Somethin' doin' every  minute in the cranin' of necks,"what?  Nothin' gaudy, but the acme of neatness an' form, as the feller said who  sold it to me."    <��� ,' j  c'Their   common   peril   brought   the i  friends together again, into that close '  bond  which   had  been theirs  without j  interruption   until   this  recent change  In the younger had led him to choose  paths at variance with the old man's  ideas; and  now'they  spoke, heart to  heart, In the half serious, half jesting  ways of old, while beneath each whimsical irony was that mutual love and  understanding which had consecrated  their partnership.  Arriving at the end of-the road, the  vigilantes debouched and went into the  darkness of the canyon' behind their  leader, to whom the trails were familiar, lie bade them pause finally and  gave his last instructions.  "They are on tlie alert, so you want  to be careful. Divide into two parties  and close in from both sides, creeping  as near to the pickets as possible without discovery. Uemember to wait for  the last blast. When it comes, cut  loose and charge like Sioux. Don't  shoot to kill at first, for they're only  soldiers and under orders, but if they  stand���well, every man must do his  work."  Dextry appealed to the dim figures  forming the circle.  "I leave it to you, gents, If it ain't  better for me to go inside than for  the boy. I've bad more experience  with giant powder, an' I'm so blamed  used up an' near gone it wouldn't hurt  smi't/i shop aud fumbled for a match.  Just as he was about to strike it he  heard ihe swish of oiled clothes passing and waited for some time. 'Then,  Igniting''his punk and hiding it under  his coat, he opened the doonto listen.  Tho wind had died down now,-and the  rain sang musically upon the metal  roofs.       > '  lie ran swiftly from house ,to bouse,  and, when he had done, at the apices  of the triangle he had traced three  glowing coals were sputtering.  The final bolt was launched at last,  lie stepped down into the ditch and  drow his .45, while lo his tautened  senses it seemed that the very hills  leaned forth In breathless pause, that  the rain had ceased and the whole  night hushed Us thousand voices. He  found his lower jaw set so stiffly that  the muscles ached. Leveling his weapon at-the eaves of the bunk house, ho  pulled trigger rapidly, the' bang, bang,  bang, six times repeated, sounding dull  and dead beneath the blanket of mist'  that overhung. A shout sounded behind him, and then the shriek of a  Winchester ball close over bis head. !  He turned in time to see another shot j  stream out of the darkness, where a '  P * -  ',. -1- Jr   -'-'-M ''a'/-    "',��   ��    -,.,V'  . taste-so .ffooa.fV-i vt  "THE MOONEVaiaCUIT*JOANOY',CO.t I  l^, jJ/jjS, -;''->,e��TED''>v^4'^ti->:f'v  8tr��tford,fH��mltton. Ott*w��f GytJniy/  Winnipeg,,Calvary, VaneouvafV^'' I  p.. _�����>���-.     ��-,,- ,, ),^���-,��f>-.".,.. ^-. I*-\^**-j  ���^"rv-.rii^-s?  A Safs Piil for Sufferers:���There arn  pills that violently purge and fill the  stomach anil intestines .with1 pain."  Paimelee's Vegetable Pills are mild  and effective. They are purely vegetable, no mineral purgative entering  into their composition and their cf-'  ic-ct is sojthmg and beneficial. Trv  them and be convinced. Thousands'  can attest (heir gieat .curative qualities because .thousands owe their  health and strength to timely use of  this most excellent medicine.  ITe isn't much of a baker who oath  all the bread ho kneads.  supply  -prehistoric-looking beast is worth from  ��600 to ��750. hlephanU are much  more widely dealt in..' A young one  'may be purchased for from' ��200 to  ��230.  " But most considered of wild animals  is the giraffe. , Previous * to 1898 it  was impos.-ible' to buy" one for less  than  ��1,000;  in. iy03;-4  the  price  had  as a journalist, but used to sing sat'}  benefit concerts/ and niadenmy debut f  at Assises1 in 'Favorita/"- ,��� ; . }  This year Signor Ria has. had only j  four engagements���lo sing ut "smdlt- I  ing"  concerts.    ' ' ������ ���  w^JM��r��MMMgwieMaaiMi  ?��� a F  The G.O.M. of Art. >  A  wonderful  Punch  record is  that  shrunk  to ��250, which did  not repay ! held by Sir John Teuniel, the famous  the  cost  of  importation.    The  actual j cartoonist,  who,  on  the 28th  of Feb  ruary, entered upon his ninetieth  year.    For   over  forty years his ,car-  ! toons -appeared week after week in  Punch.    Indeed, so regular was their  ! appearance that during the' whole of  this long period Punch only appeared  thirteen    times    without    a    cartoon  Don't slay up all night hecause vou I  can't learn-it all m one day "      !  A woman's train of thought is often I  on tho rear of her dress.  plunged down the ditch.  With the first impact overhead the ���  men poured forth from their quarters j  armed and bristling, to be greeted by '  a volley of gunshots, the thud of bul- \  lets and tho dwindling whine of spent i  lead.' They leaped from shelter to I  find themselves girt with a fitful hoop '  of fii-e, for the "Stranglers" had spread '  in the arc of a circle and now emptied '  their rifies toward the center. The .  defenders, however, maintained sur- '  prising order considering the sudden- '  uess of their attack and ran to join  the sentries, whose positions could be '  determined by tho nearer flashes. The '  voice of a man In authority shouted i  loud commands. So demonstration I  i came   from   the  outer  voids,   nothing i  i'-'S^." '"��� -*"��� ,,8's -^"ls ^"nSr^rs^-sss ���'  your places, men."  The Past Tense.  "When  a  man  gets a  new  automobile you must give him credit for having money."'    ^^ ���i       "Not necessarily.    It's merely a sign  sentry, was  firing at the  flash of'"bis , that be'had money."���Washington Star,  gun,   then   bent   himself   double   and '���  market^ value of a young giraffe in  "good condition may now be quoted at  anywhere "fiom  ��500  to  ��600. ' '  As to the monkey market, the chimpanzee varies a good deal in price, a  young one  in  condition fetching   ��50  to ��70.    Other big ap."s are more expensive, .although at times there, goes ({ bearing  the    well-known    monogram, i  begging a good ch.ince, as in the Suez ' "I   got   my   subject   on    Wednesday .  market, where a young orang-outang,��� 1 night."   once   said   Sir   John, - when,  almost full giown, was on offer at ��8  recently���a  real bargain.  Baibxry apes, of the kind which,  still inhabit Gibraltar Rock, sell at  ��3   to   ��8. ,   Bombay   and   southwest  Emotional   Insanity.  A be>- young Parisian. De Laine,  Long courted an heiress In  vain.  When he said. "Now or nlverl"  She answered.   "Au river!"  Bo   he   promptly,   of   course,   went   ia  Seine.  ���Judge.  He Had.  Walter���naven"t you forgotten something. sorV  Diner-Great Scott, yes! My wifa  told me to water the plants while sb-j la  away.���Now York Sun.  China monkeys are-not held of much | The follow-in  account;   ��1   will  buy  one.    Baboons  cost more���generally  from  ��2 to ��20,  aocordmz to the sneci'nen.���lit-Bita.  ,   Laughs at Legend.  London society was much interwst-  describing his work, "thought it out 'j  carefully on Thursday and made aJ  rough sketch; on Friday morning I '  began, and stuck to it all day with j  my   nose   well   down   on   Die   block. I  _ night the block was !  ] finished, and, liy Monday evening I '  , received an advance copy of the fol-  I lowing Wednesday's paper. But 1  ( never had the courage to open the '  j nactiet. I always left it to my sister. 1  Then  I  would  take  a  glance  at  the I  Real English SUITS,  and  to  Moaiup* from ' "'���  , $5.14 to ��20. .  C'Jt h latent London and New V��k Stvle. whichever iK-efrrtcd No f  irMtirr w .at pirt of tho dominion you live in. we undertake to ���.upr'* '  you w.th �� smart, comfortable Suit, fimtn: riu pcrfet.t(), or n<lierwi��  is rofund your money In full. The procc** u ��ftni��ic. mrtelr  fill in a poM card and address nm: lo us nt below, a.��Vltii! tor o-.r  latest, assortment of mater)*!*. Together with patterns, ��( send yoa  fashion-platcf ��it<l complete instruction* for accurate self-rneaiutetoertt.  t-ife^nr.tturo. all ntnt free and cjtro<c paid. We dUpatcb >our order  within sev��.n A��y%, and if yon do not approve, return the good*, and ����  will refund the money.  > SUITS1 and. OVERCOATS  to   nieasupo   from   $5.14   to   $20.  SEND   FOR   FREE'PATTERNS.  .The  World's  /M :asure ��� V     Tailors,  s'Dept   a  ), 60/62 City RdV, LONDON, ENGLAND.  Addresses  for   Patterns:  .For Toronto and  East Canada  CURZON BROS., c|o MIGHT  DIRECTORIES,  Ltd.   (Dept. 81)  74-76 Church St., Toronto, Ont.  (For'"Winnioeg ��r>d the Weit',  CURZON  BROS., .  do Henderson  Bros. (M ',��  279  Garrv  Street,  WINNIFt"  pelt.  The Guileful  Girl.  The fellow was tlnirty,  The m-  den  was shlfLy,  And she had her eye fixed on  hi  Such shirt waists she bought  Aa would  look���and  why not?���  Ab If made by her dear littln nplf. _  ���Brooklyn Lira.  Too Late.  Barber (after the shave)���Hair dyed.  .   .   Dorothy Godol- ' resting  phin Osborne, daughter oi  the  DukoJ  of Leeds. " "   '  Tlie   wedding   recalls   thr.   story   ol  the  Glnmis   mystery,   which,   according to W'or.d.  h'HiE  about  a  bidden .  room in Olnmi* Castle.    On the night  of  his   coming   of   nta   the   heir   was '���  Ukfn   to   tli"?   hidden   room   bv   hi*,  father, or   if thr> fa'h^r v.-rm d'Ti'd. bv  1 his guardian, nnd there told a family '  secret ��o  weird  ancl  h^rrihle that he "  never smiled agnin.    With the present  trenrration   (lie   lecend    however,   ovi-  dontlv     goc?     for    nothing,    for    the  bri(Vt'rooni looked nartieularlv happy  as he stood  with  his -onng b.-ide at  the  entrance   to   the   chancel.  .fri-?^1;^/?"--."?'"!!:!';^      -  ,��--i��-r*.  mm  -.'���:.v>."-'i*'-  mm*  ivf'-| ;������>!:---1''';}. ;;.���!.;. i  '���'^to^^/r  They melted away to each side while  the old prospector paused.to wring his  partner's baud.  "I'd  rutuer.it  was   me,  lad,   but if  they   get   you���Ood   help   'em!"     lie  Ftumbled after tlie departing shadows,  ���leaving   Koy  aJonc.     Willi  his  naked  fingers,     Glenister    ripped    open    tlie  powder cases and secreted the'contents  upon his person.    Each cartridge held  dynamite enough   to  devastate  a  village,  and  he-loaded  them   inside ��� his  i   pockets,   inside   his   shirt   and   every-  !   where that he had room, till  he was  burdened and cased in an armor one-  hundredth  part   of  which   could  havo  blown him from the face of the earth  so utterly, as to leave no trace except,  perhaps, a pit ripped out of the mountain side.    lie looked to his fuses and  saw, that   they   were   wrapped   in   oil  paper,   then   placed   them   in   his  hat.  Having  finished,  he set out,   walking  with   difficulty   under . the   weight   he  -. carried.  That his choice of location had been  irell made was evidenced; bv the fnoi  ��� had   opened   and   then   clanged   shut, '  I while with it came a hoarse thudding"    slr?  roar that silenced the:i-ide play.   They       Customer (baldheaded)���Yes,  it died  saw, the cook house disrupt itself and ; ,aD0Ut teQ years^^ ago.-Chicago JournaL   Reason of  disintegrate    into" a' thousand;; flying |, '���;     '.   .:   .'-': ',, :���".���;'   . ;'|. soda that  ���        ; The .French' Language]       !'  A philologist estimates that of every,  hundred words in the French language  thirteen are superfluous. '  timbers and twisted, sheets' of tin  which soared upward nnd outward  over their heads and into: th'e":night  As the rocking hills ceased echoing  tlie sound of the vigilantes' rifles, recurred like the cracking of dry sticks,  then everywhere nlKjiut the defenders'  the earth was l.-ished'by fcUing debris,  while tlie iron, roof rang..-at the fusil-  la tin.  The blast had come at their very elbows, nnd they were too dazed and  shaken by it to grasp its significance..  Then, before they could rc:iii;;e what  it boded, the depths lit up again till  the raindrops were outlined distinct  and glistening like a gossamer'veil of  silver, while the office building to  their left was ripped and re tided and  the adjoining walls leaped out into  suddeu relief, their shattered windows  looking like ghostly, sightless eyes.  The curtain of darkness closed heavier  than velvet, and the men cowered In  The Transformed  Pythagorean.  Some undeigraduates once wished to  play ti practical joke upon a man who  was a disciple of Pythagoras, so one  day when, he  was a  little, sleepy   by  the amount of brandy and:  he had imbibed his friends  smeared   him   with   honey  and roiled  him in  the  inside of  a  feather  bed  ���When, the disciple of  Pythagoras got  up    in the morning ho looked  in the  looking glass at himself and said slowly, with a whistle, "Bird, by Jove'"���  London Telegraph.  | Wirsless   Telegraphy.  . It is a somewhat curious fact, pr>r-  haps. that as a boy Mr. Marconi, th,;  value of whose' system of w:*-eles.-  telegraphy has been so stiikmyiy  demonstrated by tlie saving of the  passeneori of the ill-fated Republic  showed little signs of cleverness One  of his teachers, in fart, once said of  him that he could never learn any  thing by heart. Nevertheless, he'was  only twenty-one^ when ho began to  startle the world wilh his ,]emon.  strahons of wirele?�� telegraphy Tn  ���.pile of his fame, Marconi is "one of  tie most unassuming of men and '  hates demonstration''. He  rccognr/.cd v,hih> walking  Immediately a chee "  Eroakfast   Months  A -porlsmnn who had readied one  of the Hudson Hay Company's north-  i rn po��ls where tlie nights are six  months long, enquired at bed-fimo  wliaf the breakfast hour was. The  reply en me ���  "Krom hnlf-pasf. March lo a quarter,  to Mnv."  Repeat  it: ���"Shiloh's Cure will always  cure   my   coughs   and   colds."  Proof Positive  .Bronwn-I   "'"'"'^CVi.  (  y.,ll tl-l "i"!'-^i  but ^B  ling "by the ��iii'1oa v��mc  1 thought  ing  ���slu- was i'1  Wodson-- f^o  Hi  ���.he's on tlie men  w ,is.  His  Method    ^  The slory leh. r'- wuK- 'ir' r '  lie illv.-iiv�� "'"'^/"''iiVirt"  Wlu-neVr he st��'l " u" ",1JkI,pV,,r���  "1 heard a n��"�� ,��l" y "  was  once  in  Rome  ring crowd nssem  It sometij,ic.s happens Unit a mar-  nago liciisu furnishes a man with a  good excuse for trying lo drown his  lioubles.  The  inoie  n��nie\  -i ' ",     fl fc  Ips-  ln.s v.ife sptii.l-.-"  lor.  <M  |���,l-t'''rt  boIht  ?!! ;'   ,,ll0.what   he!     Porno   people   will   do   almost,   m.y-  t   onEinvr,, i.r"1^7 carriaec.   But    tlu"S to,sine trouble,while others are  ori T^^'^��VS^? f"K"t-    equally anxious lo -get rid of it. ���.,:. ."  expostulate.. The inventor  quickly made his apologies, and the  lady.allowed him to remain until thev  were free of the crowd. ���  Chinese. Clocks.  In Chinese, clocks the dials turn  round, while the hands are stationary  There are two dials on each clock' one  for the hour, the other to Indicate the  minutes. ' '   ���  ��� ���  Tying Shoe Laces.  A way to ^keep shoe laces tied is to  make a bow in the ordinary way J then  Visert a buttonhook underneaUi the  r-onter of the bow and draw one loop  /ind one end through (underneath), thus  Turning the bow practically upside  down, or draw one loop through the  other and pull the "answering" end, so  that the lopps are knotted..  Simple   Fire Alarm.  A slmpi, i���,t ofl'ective fire alarm may  be  made by connecting two v^coTot  ��pn..g brass .will,  a circuit and keep-  ng the ends.separated with a piece of  beeswax   which,oells and allows uiem  to come together when the tern,  begins to get too high.  I he loss a. .man''-.talks ..'the less he  may be Suspected of belonging to an  'Ananias' club.   -   ���;,.      ',,."     ���  Many n mnn wi"i vl,,;!,,l  is the wlmle pttl.tifini^'1  ,   .,  in"1 '''',�����  The   more   in��n.     ���'      ,lv J-^  more  he   i��   ']< --"l   '"'  cares. .  A   woman . sometimes, considers  hor  lusband's eloverness ,to consist .'solely  laying married  her.  WANT  in  iporature i 1  ��� '������'���       The  Capital.  The capital of the United Slates was  gives  the doctor,  Cochineal   Insects  How long cochineal  Insects live Im  not   beer,   discovered.     Some   i���vo,i  Bntora state  that  .he period of exis J  Ihe pnf.ieiit seldom knows anything  iibout,   the  medicine  the   doctor  >)in-and ;  neither    doed,  ���once in a wln'le.   ".','  r r���-������..\   "Are   you   quite   sure   of   his   nffec-  l";uj;" asked her friend.  ^es." sh<�� roTilietl, poi'.^Ung','tehder-  TOp;  to her engagement diamond,." "here  tbe.touchstone/' . ���������   '     ''  ' A   short,   answer-;'mn.y   turn   blissful  "������'iieynioon into matrimonial strife.  Any man enn afford'to: he. a poet if  lie .doesn't need the money.  W.  N. U. Mo. 73G  price*  use     ���.;rtS��J  Gravity a"  .State  which  you  High   Grade  Gof%h\p^eK<  Prom?1   ��"JpahTM^'  322 Main Street BACK
IT WORK AGAIN
THE   LEADER,    MOYIE.    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
JEWEL WEARING  AN  ART.
PE-RU-NA
GARAND'S     RHEUMA-
CURED BY DODD'S
[IDNEY PILLS.'    '
Id for  Five Years and  Was
fhths   off  v.'ork,   but  Dodd'r
'ills Cured  Him.   ,.
Station, Ont. (Special).-
|g laid off 'work for four
kidney disease and rlieu-
fbm which lie had been a
five -years, ^Abraham Gar-
jlion J'Jan on tlie 'milway
Sek at work,again and'lie
jibe, credit' for his cure lo
Jney Pills. »
'rty-one yonrs old," Mr. Gnr-
imen asked about his ,cute.
[.been faction man here foi
rl,,orv five years I suffered
|y dis-'eo'se and rheumatism,
pa in my right hip,'which
lb my fret. .For four months
fwork. Reading of cures by
jney Pills led me, to try
psed nine boxes in all, and
|m udv(ising "aUj wlio suffer
nitisin  to.use/ Dodd's Kid-
asm and sciatica are caused
kidneys "failing "to''strain
pid ont of;the blood. Cure,
with Dodd'g Kidney Pills
^'jll;Sf rain the uric acid out
jd.   'Theft? you?.can't have
Diamonds   Becoming   to   Few   Women.
Brunettes Can   Wear, Them.             { For Cramps in the Stomach of Six Tears'
Jewel wearing isran art few women *"""''	
Ebuldn'l   FdoljHim   ,',
Kibitor  (to* teacher after, the,
KjcluAs.lias  been  dipmiHued)'
Est,boy 'said si:r quarts make
[PJyyiiyYdidn't  you' correct
fOb,, J've   tried Jo" teach
'-takes, eight quarts 'to, mnke
adit's" of--no"' ufi'er j,'Ife'. says
fbiHter;' 3n'4'.father keeps-a i
}«£" '•    *,'.<'«.        '     ■"   j
Wi V-J        "  " ~     ... .' .'\> •:
understand. "Women should choose
gems becoming to their beauty and
complexion.
On dull eyed days' the eves will
appear duller with diamonds lu the
ears, and the sad, pale woman will
appear livid wearing pearls.
Diamonds are becoming to few wo-
; men. There are brunettes who can
wear them In the ears and appear
well. .The pale blond also looks pretty
with diamonds '.In her cars," but the,
average woman should wear her diamonds elsewhere.
Some wear'topaz and'other yellow
fitones who dare not venture to wear
brilliant colors. They take to all
shades of yellow, from amber to the
pale shades of tortoise shell and gold.
_ The amber loving woman ' has a
creamy complexion. Her skin is clear,
and a faint red shows iu the cheeks.
There is tlie topaz beauty also, whose
skin is, creamy, with a touch of olive
in it- She looks lovely with rubies in
her ears, but pearls are not for her.
Lucky   tho   womau   who' can   wear
coral. A coral skiriu'ed beauty's cheeks
must be as bright as tho reddest coral,
with shadings of delicate pink.'   It is a
good ,plan  to rub the cheeks with a
rough   towel,   to, massage  them  with
good .creams' and ^usc' plenty of water,
not'forgetting an occasional milk ba'th,'
Turquoises nre difficult' to .wear-to
advantage.-. The stones bring but the
pallor. A baby face with'eyes of clear,.
- shining blue looks well with turquoises J
near It' -\Tlie black'eyed woman and'
the .woman with brownish eyes, should
,n'6t„nltetmpt  to .wear them, .for   the
Hum (liuf?.
"I was troubled with cramps in the
stomach for six years, i tried many
kinds of medicine, also was treated
by three doctors.
"They said that I had nervous dyspepsia. I took the medicine for two
years, then I got sick again and gave
up all  hopes of getting cured.
"I saw a testimonial of a i ian whose
case'was similar to mine, being cured
by Peruna, so thought I would give it
a trial.    I  procured a bottle at once,
j and commenced taking it.
'   , "I have taken nineteen bottles, and
I am entirely, cured.    I  believe Peruna
|  Is all that is claimed for it."—Mrs. J.
1 C. Jamison, 01 Marchant St., Watson-
villc, Cal.     ',    ,'
"A   Fatal , Breath
Brookton (witli statistical bent)—-Do
you know, old man, I've just been
leading-up-a lot pf statistics on present-day mortality, and I hove learned
some remarkable things. '.Why, every
time, I breathe a man dies!    "  #
Jlrockton; (comprehondingly) — By
the great; aulofnmes I Then why in
the„nrime of the census" don'tv you
chow cloves?-—Philadelphia Ledger.1 '
BETTER THAN SPANKING. ,
. Spanking does not, cure children of
'bed-wetting.', Tliereds a constitutional
cause for "this "trouble. ■ Mrs'/M. Sum- I
mers. Box W. I., Windsor,.Ont.,, will
send, free-to any mother her successful
home treatment,' ,wilh'' full;instructions. Send_''no money 'but j,write her,
to-day r if "your .children   trouble  you
Trouble   Upstairs
It was in a Cobalt hotel that the
guest, registering in the office, heard
a succession of loud yells. "What
in the world is< that?—a murder going
ou upstairs?" he demanded.
'.'No,/ said the clerk, as he slammed
the books and lounged towards the
stairs, ''It's., the spring bed up in
Number Five. , That tenderfoot up
thdre don't get the hang of it, and
'^ery few'day* he gets 'one o' thr-
spiral springs .screwed into him like
a shirt stud. I guess I'll have to go
u,j if there ain't anything I can do for
you in a few'minutes.""
Seeking Information
"These , booze jokes aren't alwayf.
on the men," said Fred Wade at the
Pleiades, Club. "New Year's Day a
fine looking womaiTrushed into Shan-
ley's.
" 'Was   my   husband   in   here   last
night?-'-sbe faltered. ■       '
" 'Yerf,'  said  the proprietor. '
""And   was   I   with   him?'   she  demanded to know in tones more tremulous still/'—Philadelphia Record.
—'—: :—'   " /■ ,
'• Little-fi,ve-year-old Margie had received a handsome dolL at Christmas,
,and her mother asked her what' she
thought of'it.   "i   ,v
HOUSE CLEANINO
Instead of being: a monotonous drudgery becomes a
labour of love when Sunlight
helps you. Remember—Sunlight does all the Work,
at half the cost and in
half the time of other
Soaps.
Woman's Rights
„ t   "Madame,   do     you     believe     in
•;0n,   it's,, just   lovely/'    answered   ^i^tecar.5''',' ^^ thp f an stan?"
"I do," she replied .shortly. •
"Excuse me," he went'on,  "I am
but "an  ignoront  male seeking  light.
May    I  ask   if    you   construe  these
fMa'rgie, "but I had been hoping all
along it would be* twins."
< Her Values
"My deafe-i't one," he said
'TlmLwab during the courtship stunt \ spres
"My dearc-t one," he said again.      < over
STORIES  OF LORD  NORTHCOTE.
He Once Bore a  Kiss and a Sausage
For   a   Girl   to   Her   Lover.
Apropos of Lord Nbithcoto's name
being mentioned a.3 a probable successor, to Earl Grey iin Canada, it
may be noted that his lordship was
once made curious use of while Governor-General of Australia. Strolling
one night through 'an avenue of sombre trees to a friend's house to dinner, he was suddenly pounced upon
by a maid-servant,/ who kissed him
effusively and pressed a little parcel,
into his hand. ' .,
0 "Here's a sausage for you. I can't
come out to-night', as master has company," she whispered, and as mysteriously  disnppe.iied.        <    '
When he got to the house, he found
one of his servants loitering by the
gat-p.
''What are you doing here?" asked
Lord  Northct.te. >|
"I'm   wailing- for   my sweetheart,"
the man slymmpred.
"Where is she?"      ,      -     '
"In ,service  hero."
'"Ah,  then  I  am right     Here  ir
sausage;   from   your   sweetheart,    a
she  wishes  roe to  tell  you   that  f-he
cannot come out to-night, as her master has company." '
Seeing thnt the man looked nervous, he added kindly: ■   *
"She also gave me a kiss for you;
brst perhaps y,pu would rather wait
till yon see her. Here is five shillings
XVon-alcoholic
arsaparilla
If you think you need a tonic,
ask your doctor. If you think
you need something for your
blood, ask your doctor. If you
think you would 'like to try
Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsapa-
rilla, ask your doctor. Consult him often. Keep in close
touch with him.
1
Wa pnbli-fc. 9ur romaUi
9
yers
W» banish »Iooti»l
from our si«dieln««
W« urr* yo» «•
comtflt your
doctor
Ask your doctor to name some »f the
results of constipation. His long list will
begin with sick-headache, biliousness,
dyspepsia, thin biood, bad skin. Then'
ssjf him if he would recommend your,
using Ayer's Pills. ,     . ■ .  <
 Mjd» by tho J. C. 4jrer Co.. &ovell. KTat« —
Z9E'S
...... .    , . "i this .way...  Don'.t.blame the child,
stone? are too'bright. "The woman with [ the chances are it;can!t help it.   This"
■"-■■■■• - -  .treatment ^ilso cures adult> and aged'
people troubled with, urine difficulties
by day or night.   ;: ,'
turquoise eyes can' wear a string of
blue, around hen neck advantageously
and can put turquoises In her ears.   ,
ilRrt^CANNOT  BE CURED   ,
J^Lji AP BLTCATTOA'S, ,,^-as
jjiot,reach the seutt_of t,lie»di%:
Gjafjarrh i.s_a.blood or "constitu-
if£J!U<Vand 'in"order to cure/it
_ take   'internal, ''reme'dics.'
pirrlv Cure is tnken^inlerna].
Indirectly on the blood and
surfaces:'.!:, d-fall's ' - Qatarrh
||a-quack>medicine;.'' 11»was
i|"by one of the\"b'est physi-
lis country for "years' and >is
|rescription-   Ml',is composed
?t". tonicsp know,n,   combine}]
Best blood"'r3unTiers,' act'inf;
j^the mucous'surfaces.   The
jjjnbinafion "o^f ^the" Uvo\in-
■6'<'what,produces such'"won-"
injuring Catarrh.1 Send
phials,' free.,    * '    ,'  v , -
JHENJ31'  & CO., Props..
.,.    \*« ,, '  Tokdo, .0-. ,.,
druggists; price,,75c.''"
Ull's Family Pills - for .coriV
A***I * I    ""    " l J
•the/Home^carpenter:
; Many! Women^Take^Courses In Man-
>i<.T'i,'(,-'-; ", oUaJ^'Trainrrfg. t '.' '>""_ „'
;'v-CChe'lhrifly^woman does her own odd
jobst'ardifnd'th^'hou.se/'To 'wait for her
husband Js hard on the patience, tand'
dependence' on  a carpenter' for'v little
agn
J'ut that was after,lie had'been ap
rinnted'freight" payer   of   the matri-
uk nial .combine:
." . -'■—: -l   t        ■   ,
rights   to „include   the  privilege   of!j"\j"V,*
spreading your reallv becoming' skirts f ,  '. t       • • „ ,
1        •   " J     .   ...    •   l",w"""6 nn.«i»,| i _^n   enterpnsme, newspaper   report
three seats
' .,       '" ;\-4 Same "Tastes     '   ,
'Muggins—My wife always makes
over her old gowns.'/'    ,     .  ' ,
Buggins—And my wife satisfies'herself with, picking tho gowns'"of"-the
other woman to pieces/      '      ' i. '
. The merits .'of Bickle's 'Anti-Ckm-
surnptive Syrup as a sure remedy for
coughs and colds , are attested ,'by
scores who know'its .power, in giving
almost instant relief when tlie throat
is sore with coughing, and the whole
pulmonary region disordered in', consequence. ," A bottle of this world-famed
Syrup will save doctor's, b'ills,>"> and„'a
great deal of. suffering.' Price 25 cents
.at alb dealers.' fr ' '.   ,",,--,'<    .
both
"a ' time   and * money
<*    ".
breaks f is
waster.-   ^
\' Many women today'are taking a "simple1; course in manual'training for "no
other reason than to be independent
when a chair breaks down or a'faucet
springs aleak. Light sets'of'tools are'
rrfade espeplnlly for-their use^aud they
^soon ac<iuirc"a skill -as' to quite" dis-
proye ifie old"nail driving slander." '
,-There are bbusekeeperstwho can p°ut
on -• a • washer,stinker with;' a^ broken
grate pr put in burned out fire brick-as
Welles a professional. ^They^'learD'how1
t«    L i~.lm-,~„i\—    „ .^^'~i„-^'-'„. !
- t >,   Good  Enough, for That'
''How. was ' that
batch j of    funny
fSlories?" asked rthe editor.
'- "Iloiten;" said-jihe sub-editor.1
', "Oh,   well,   'run  'them   together  as'
•personal    reminiscences   of    the  late
'Mr. Gimlet, tlie famous wit arid after-
dinner'speaker, and'I guess   they'll
'so-''      - \      ■     , ,      '     ,    '   '
If people " could ' live 'on food for
thought' the b'ak'erVnd butcher would
have to retire from .business."    /     - ■
■ 'Fools never-listen to,the wise; but
the wise 'occasionally give ear to
fools. '■ *\
Thereupon site condensed herself,"
hi. took a seat, nnd,<, conversation
flagged.—Philadelphia   Ledger. ,
.    __ _ ^      ^     (,
r,        T Too   Common, t   ,
When high ideals decadent pass,
•■ Good men must all object;   ■■
'The Ananias Club, alas!,     a r
/ No longer seems select. -   -  '     ,
.    '     —Cleveland Plain Dealer.'
m ^i	
. A woman gets.a Ipt of satisfaction-
ou' ''of, her belief,' that "other -women
envy her. -       '    ,',,    * ,    ,
'-'   ','   '" ;—r-v-ii'      .    "l
cr who once happened to bp holiday
ing5at the =nme seaside report ns
Lord ,Northcote took the occasion by
the hand by^ asking for some advice
on a policy' his paper j proposed to
adopt.    ,',"'' '
"Advice, I nrh always chary of,"
said his""lprdship. "It, is'so cheap, so
easy." I ■;remember some 'years ago'
watchins a boy. pushing a heavy cart
iip.,a hill. ' The hill was steep: (he
boy thin. /He bent forward at the
work till he' was' almost" horizontal,
'Push it up" zig-zag/ I cried, 'and you
will find it will go much'easier.'
"The boy, snarled 'hick: 'Not so
much" of, yer bloom'n' advice.' Corne
and give's a shove.' " ' *
To whom'it.may.concern:
'.,
ceitify that: I have1 used-'MINARD/S
LINIMENT  myself,as    well    as,prescribed it in my practice where a'lini-
r>     - * -x     „ -,., ,,   „ .... ■ .   ' n'ent was required, and never failed
Repeat it:—" Shiloh's Cure will al- i to get the desired effect.
.vays-(curo ,myxoughs and colds."
C.  A. KING, M. D
A RELIABLE MEDICINE  ■„
FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
^On*  the   .word (' of    thousands'' of
mothers in "all, parts of Canada'who
,. . liave used Baby's Own Table'ts-.there
to > supply missing pancs.-oC*'glass'orj is uo other medicine so good in curing
_" i .,     .1 J    .._.!_    ..'.'_...,_    _'._....   . r,ll   ,'fV.o       rrti'r^^-      111 „      „ £±  1. .. ».-.1 .1    ... _ 5
p\isn't 'always~'to»ilhc.'<8wify
ffit is, to '"th&'wise^nan who
r'to fis" things. " \ 'f^t^'i*'
»jne 'on  its Merits:—Tbe,_-iin-
sopularity" that' D"r: .Tlibniasf
Dji^njoys'Ms 'not attributable
iaboriite   ailvcrtising,"- for  it
geem'so; adyertisod; but is en-1 'useful,', aecomplTshmen
f k.,,lhe,-ri^rj_tf,76f ,;this</pi j. w"ho llro^^iu the counl
|cinc In every.city, fj^viivtind^.
li^ Ihe ."country , it  is", 'sought
Jy because of its good^qual-
Se'.f-Preservation    ^
jSubui banite ■—~"Tliat     ehnp.
owes everybody in town."
Suburbanite—"Yet  he "rides
in auto."     '
|buibanite—"lie c,6nfitted tb"
je had to get1 away from his
fBomchow."
scrape and do over,a"chair, or-table.
10.ne youngi-wo'man w,ho In the zeal
^ot keeping her new home jn good,condition took'lessons from an old.carpenter in repair work'soon'developed'such
:an .aptitude with .tools"that she studied
.-wpodcarvlng^-and^ upon  the "death'of
.iter husband'carried it on successfully
las 'a profession. ^5- , :,,;(L'   "<  ' ,   •', ./
Skill'^la"-' mending,, is' a -particulai-ly'
' t   for   a   woman
try or far-from-a
carpenter.; '-If'there ls(l'noJway 'to^tSke'
a course, iu manual training, a carpenter, or plumber'can.generally be found
who /will  teach -tlie rudiments of  repairing for a small fee.
BEAUTY   HINTS.
Wouldn't  be   Fooled.   L
■"in   tho  midst  of a  violent-
e indignant wife-had spaicd,
iars nor reproaches, when her
interrupted, her .brutally:. >
Jear,   tears   nre    useless,'"   he
Shave discovered ou analysis
(.contain  a little phosphate
feome chlorate of,sodium,jmd
[jing oicvcr strikes^lwi.ce in the
lifce,    which    is just   ns -well,
jdng  how  frequently it strikes?
rong place. "... _(      ,
|l purchaseci a bottle of
)tt's Emulsion and im-
liately  commenced lo
>rove.   In all, I think I
|k 14 bottles, and my"
iht incrertscd from 133
|nds to 184 pounds in
than six months.    1
£w from personal results
efficacy of Scott's
iulsion."—FRED. R.
iONCMAN, 417 Bath-
It St., London, Ont.
'Us send you a  copy of
'Strongman's letter. - lie
•1 Irving experience, had
[run down
Jt him up, as
|s of others.
strengthening and flesh^-
>d 11 cing. properties  of
?t 1 's Emulsion,  are  uri-
jalled by any other'prepa-
|on, ancl it's just as good
jthe tliin, delicate child as
jj|the adult.   Be sure to get
Iti's. it's becfn the stand-'".
of the world for 35 years,
is worth many times the
||t of the numerous iinita-
ms and substitutes.
Al.t. DRUGGISTS
jm nfnrt jou n full copy of Mr,
n«ini i'^ii tt-Truul camo yllii-r Utoni-
t "" tin. mibjvct.     Just luoz.tlou tula
SCOTT &  EOWNE
S. Wcll,.)!:ton St., W. Toronto
,Tp improve^ the contour "of-the face
try'filling"Ui'e cheeks with air nnd letting it explode with u soft explosive
sound. Do^this fifteen or twenty'time's
a day. , _
A glass of hot "water taken just after
rising, a ha,lf hour*. beforei breakfast,
will cure indigestion.
.Very ' hot water'externally applied
will stop dangerous bleeding.
It is ns important not to get too thin
as too fat, as either condition makes
even a' young girl look several years
older than her'actual age. A girl' who
"considers herself fully grown.. should
ascertain what Is the" correct weight
for her height and theu try to attain
and maintain that standard.
Teroxide of hydrogen is a harmless
bleach when used in moderation. Pour
a little iu a saucer and apply with a
soft linen cloth. Itjnay be used s'ev-
oral'tlmcs a week without Injury.
Overplump girls should carefully
study their figures aud decide wherein'they are" faulty. Usually the waist
line Is too,high. Tho waist may be
lengthened by touching the floor with
(he finger tips twenty times every
moruiug. This practice is,better-than
wearing shape making corsets, for
when the waist Is too tightly coufined
the figure loses its natural grace and
case of movemeut.      v
Romersaulls are ,1101 dignified, but
they are one of the best of all weight
reducing exercises. They will take
off fat rapidly nnd safely—barring a
few bruises—unless one has a tendency to heart weakness.
'Weakness of the heart is Indicated
by liretUhlcssness after any slight exertion and by such evidences of imperfect circulation as pale finger nails
and cold extremities.
The harder the toothbrush the more
effectually It cleans the teeth.
Alcohol   or  elher   will   dry  the  hail
quickly, bul it will turn the hair gray
One,cannot have a pretty .hand If the
fingers are broad at the tips. ;, Tressing j
down on. the ends of the fingers from j
the  first joint to the tip will,, if'done
many limes, a  day,
feet."
ail "the .minor ills of* babyhood 'and
childhood. '■ And'we,give you the" guarantee oli-'a 'government analyst that
the. medicine'is-safe and, contains no
opiale or poisonous ".drug. VlMrs. L.
Murphy,"St.-*Sylvester, Que" savs':—
"1 find ,Baby's Own'Tablets' the* saf-
,e.si and best medicine for all stomach
and bbwelUroubles^and strongly recommend 'them, to "other;' mothers/.'
Sold' by "medicine 'dealers' "or,; by mo'il
at 25 cents a box from The ,Dr. Wil-.
Hams'* Medicine Co.;.Brockville,' Ont.-
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".   f   i ^ >   '
' If a man. marries for 'money he may
by able  to make, vhis" wife  believe he
didn't—for a weok or ten davs.    '
The   Parson, (making   a   call)—And
art- you the eldest? , , ,
'•'Little "Elsie—No,-,sir; -there- are two
older than me. .     * ,* ,
The .Parson—And^what   are   their
names? ',- '   ■ »
\   Little Elsie-fPapa and mamma.
■—   "     '"—        — r"
Minard's  Liniment-Cures  Burns,* etc
There may be, other corn cures, but
Holloway's Corn Cure stands at the
head of the list so far as results aro
concerned. „  '
'   t?Suspicious .
The person who, on examining a
1 homo-made hen house, remarkeddhat
"it looked as if some fellow had built
it himself." has a kindred spirit-to a
delightfully simple old lady, noted
for her naive comments. In a street
ca;; not long ago she noticed a man
carrying a shotgun and a blanket
roll.
"Look at him," she whispered to
her companion. "He looks as if he
wore going to spend the night somewhere"—Youth's  Companion.
Four-year-old Allen .had been given
n  Noah's Ark''on  his"" birthday.   -One
day;he put the animals^ all in,  shut
tthe 'door and sat' silent for. some time.
'-'What, are' you waiting for, Allen "
"Waiting for it,to rain," he replied.
,        ..* '     / T~ —	
' ''^ ;  ,   " '/'iv -Repeat
it: — "SKiloti,s.,Cur.e -will always
cure , my - coughs ; and ' colds."
,   /          '-      ,*.-   ■    «..
A'wise man'never asks a'woman'her
age;, he'simply tells'her'she doesn't
look it.   : .   - . „
Some, people" never get too old to
let in, and some others never get old
enough  to learn .anything. ."     • >■
'. ■■ -Why  They'■'are   Wise
. "Have you 'Love ..Letters   bfr   Wise
Men?' " she asked timidly.
,  "No, miss/\ responded the clerk in
the book department. ', - '
. "And why - not?'" '   \
I'^Because wise'men1 never'   publish
their love letters'." ' .■   i       r
*'!*V*-"" .     Hopeless     '     '"",
-'If some people were, to think twice
before speaking "they would probably
foi get what they wantec^to say.   .'     '
- '"He's a wise mamwho makes the mistake of guessing 'a woman's age too
young.
It often -happens that after putting
ap a big ,bluff a man falls over it.
A woman is 'somewhat "of a fast ex-
piess—unless she is tongue-tide.
Sleeplessness.—Sleep is the great re
storer,., and to be deprived of it is a
vital,loss.""'Whatevcr may be the cause
of; it, indigestion, nervous derangement  or  mental   worrv,   trv a, course I
n      *    A„Popular Leadsr. >   '
_-,..<    j  . One of the most striking 'and popu-
This is to   jar figUres in the Nonconformist pulpit ; to-day is the, Rev. J. H.  Jbwett,
who 'is to ba president of the British
Free  Church   Councillor  1910.    Mr.'
Xowett is the youngest man who has
ever been elected,to this'responsible
position.    He is "only''forty-five years
of   age, 'but lie  has crowded   an   immense amount,, Of work into his life..
'For'thirteen ..years he has, been min-^
ister-of Carr's Lane Chapel, Bi.rm.ing-,
ham;', where   Dr. ' Dale' was   amongst
his    predecessors.     Mr.   Jowett'   only
heard Dr. Dale7preach once, and the
sermon   so.-impressed    him --\that   he
stayed   behind   after   the. service    to
thank Dr. Dale'for the benefit'he had
"derived ''from "his  discourse.  /'     ,'   \
JThe pulpit, manlier  of  Mr.. Jowett'
himself is ,ycry impressive.   He relies
on'1 no' dramatic, gestures*1 or  force 'Of
voice   to. drive   truths .home,   but   in
a   calm, tedispassionate."''manner   he
leans over the front of the pulpit and
quietly   takes,, the   congregation    into,
his    confidence.      But, although,    he
rarely/, raises  h4s -v.oice,. the   softness ,
^of .which  reminds one ;very miich  of
.the  late   C.  H.,.Spurgeon,  his   utter-
ancss'are so clear that a word is rare-
'ly missed.    Mr. Jowett likes  nothing
better ,than to .work'in the open air.
and  during the  summer it  is  in'his.
garden that, the  majoiity of   his  ser- I
mons are thought^ out, and 'where tlie I'
"Bible "Talks,"   which   are   such   a
ii 'i    .t." I
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TO  A  STENOGRAPHER.
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of   Parmelee's   Vegetable    Pills..-, By f popular feature of Tha Sunday Strand,
regulating the action of the stomach", | are written. '
where  the. trouble  lies,   they  will  re-( —	
store normal conditions and healthful |
sleep will follow. They exert a seda
five force upon the nerves and where
there is unrest they bring rest.      s
It lakes a wie-Oj-mnn to write a letter
ti a, woman that doesn't-.mean anything. "        '  '
'   "Say, Girlsl  -   ,
Honest,  now, girls,  no joking—honest  Injun—wiiat is your own  private
opinion  of the new soup bowl lint?—
l.os Angeles-Express
Forgetful "     .
"Young    man/'    began ' the    aged
gentleman,, "I am rseventy years old,
and   don't   remember   ha\ing   told   aj
lie."
""That's too,bad," the young man
replied. "Can't you .have something
done for your memory?"
I'm
What's the Matter
With the Blood ,
It   is thin   and   watery,   the   lips   and
gums are pale, the' whole system is
weak and run down.
The food fails to supply the necessary
nutrition  and to get well  you  must
use  such   treatment  as   Dr.  Chase's
Nervo   Food.
Your mirror shows you that the lips
■and gums sue pale and the inner eyelids  without, color.
What can be the matter? You are
anaemic. There is' n deficiency in the
quality or quantity of blood in your
bccly. The food you cal fails to make
good this shortage. You must use
some preparation that will supply in
condensed form tho elements from
which blood  is  made.
iVow- Dr. Cha.-t/s Xorvc Food is ex
ictly what is required in ailments of
this .nature; for it is above all else an
.clincher and builder of the blood.
Women ^aricl    girls are particularly
The   Old   Story  .
the  War  Cloud I   ,l*m  the  War
Cloud'. . ;      ,    ■
And I'm hovering" all right;
At the-old stand, doing business,
You'll find me right and tight.
But I'm weary of the Balkans,
And the fate  I  do condemn
Making me, where'er I start from,
1 Wind up all the time with them. ,
— Baltimore American.
Worn , Out "
"You look so pule and thin. What's
got you?"
"Work. From morning to night,
and only 'a one-hour rest."
"How long have you been at it?"
"I  begin to-morrow."
Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia
First  Step
"I understand that your friend has
taken prt'lQuinary steps .towaids dive roe."
"Why, he was married only.this
mcrning."
"Yes. That was what 1 had in
mind."- Philadelphia   Ledger.
Why They Object
Mrs. Knagg—"I'm sure I don't see
what reason my boarders have to complain. 1 treat 'em just like members
of the family."
Mr. Knagg—"That's the reason, mv
dear." '   - .
Symptoms of the house-cleaninc eni
demic    are    becoming  more    evident
daily, and the horrible thing about it
• •   that   tlier^   is   no   preventive.—In-
il:anapoiis News.
Curious Marriage Tangle.
An extraordinary marriage complication was' explained in the Linooln
(Eng.) Police Court recently, when a
girl named Rix applied for an order
against a Mansfield pitman named
Herbert Hall.
The parties had been married* at
Lincoln registry office, but after living together and having one child the
man discovered that he had married
his own niece by half-blood relationship, which was illegal. John Richardson, chairman of the bench and a
well-known Socialist, asked if it were
not possible to persuade the people to
live together. The legal, barrier, he
said, was a very silly piece of canonical law, which ought'to,be entiie-
ly disregarded.
" Eventually the magistrates made an
order against the man to pay 60 cents
a' week-to his "wife" in respect of
the child.
Ladyl typist, blond and fair,
Sitting so serenely there,,
Pray forgrive me If I dare'
1 , To ask'a favor.
I. who am your humble elavo,   <   ,
'   Tremble as this boon I crave,
,   Feeling (usually brave)  ,    <
My courage waver..
For tomorrow morn at half   "
.   Past eleven (do not laugh!)
I expect.my better half ,,  '
■■■    r And her dear'mother,
-.V/ho 'are curious to see     .
,,Wliat my office life may be, ",1-
So your scorn for them and 'mt
.7P!easctry to  smother.  ',   ' r        :',
',   i • ti \ . \
And, although you've naughtjto d«
It were best for me and^you,
, i If you, lady," made a" few
'"Attempts to hustle. '   , *"  -\       „
. It will please them, I confesa,   '"'
",   If you wear a Blmpler dress.
Try to~,look a little less    >    ,   -
,     Like Lillian  Russell. "■     <
Be prepared your part to play;
Don't appear too smart or gay;
Work as if you earned the pay
For which you're hired; ,
..Show a  more subserrfent .air;   ,, '
Shake your haughty. languid.starci
Or. bi- the pencils In your h'alr,'
They'll have you fired!
—J.—A'dalr .Strawson In Puck.
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Balzac's House.
A pretty and very grateful exercise
of authority was that which has just
"classed" Balzac's house Henceforth
It is to rank as a "historic monument" - You may visit it If yon like
next time you go to Paris. Write to
the conservateur for permission; then
look for the tablet In the Rue Raymond that bears the inscription, "In
this house lived Honore de Balzac.
1S42-1S4S." It is the only surviving
abode of the author, of the "Comedia
rtumaine-"— Boston Transcript
1 ^      if
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Sweo* and palatable. Mother Graves
Worm   Exterminator  is  acceptable to j producVof^Edurb-i'rglTAca'deiny,"
children, and  it does its work  surely   eslabli,hniellt   therefore   enjoys
The improved quality of living nowadays may be worth the additional
cn.-t, but that is pcor consolation to
tl v man who hasn't the price.
and  promptly.
It's as difficult for some people to
be good as it 'So for others to make
good.
Not a Family Peculiarity.
4Tes, ho'B the odd ono of the old mil-
The average woman likes to allude, Uoualre'B family.    Xcver seems  to do
A New Pesr.
The elevation of Mr. John Sinclair,
M.P., to the peerage, makes the
seventh member of Sir Henry Camp-
bell-Bannerman's Government who
has gone up to the House of Lords.
Like  Mr.  ITaldane. Mr. Sinclair is  a
hich
the
The Australian Blacks.
It is believed by many persons that
the blacks in Australia are dying out.
As a matter of fact, Says a correspondent of The London Standard, no such
thing is happening. The belief, how-,
ever, is easily explained. As civilization advances, and it is yearly advancing, the.blr.cks recede farther and farther into the * back blocks and unknown country save a few who have
acquired tlie craving for opium or
drink. These'latter succumb amid the
advancing wave of civilization and
seldom leave any children. Those who
have passed inland, if they do not ,
increase, have certainly not decreased.
'•».
H   her   husband's   wages   as   his   111
come.
Mi->ard's   Liniment   Cures    Dandruff.
j subject to. anaemia., The temininc sys
t     i, -a   ,    I ti'in  demands..an .immense 'amount;of.
remedy;,tins  <-«-, ■1)16od in carrying onits functions and
,1 '.    j unless the svstem is strong and-well.
Before, starting for a lengthy  morn-; ,loul.ishod  th"oro is .]\ke\y. to "follow a
' ing   walk. a. glass  of  milk should l>o; bnnkrupt.tcy in the blood supply.
indulged in. t j    Such-symptoms'', as. loss of appetite.
To get the full value of cold cream; luck of interest in the affairs of life,
"it  nnist',be  let  dry  on   the face.    11 .i-feelings) of; languor  and   fatigue,   im-
'takes liiue for the skin to absorb It     j paired digestion, ■shortness of breath,
■   • '  _^  ! dizziness and fainting, cold hands and
.Too many people '.make the mistake K^t- heart palpitation and weaknesses
of- putting "up' th'e'ir"..future  liappinesr
After losing a case a lawyer is willing to "try. try again"—as long as his
t-bent is willing to pay the freight.
Hard to  Please
"No  ">!in on caith  is good  enough
fp- a , w,<-,nan/' she  said positively.
:; "That's right, I guess," he replied
"I  never, yet heard   of a man  being
able to please, one."
ns   coll'tilei".
.dollars
ltiteral   for-the  loan   of   a, few
'" And'vou cfin't always tell by a girl's
looks whether slip has a cold . m ,her
head or is in love.       ■
W. N. U. No. 735
'!. To render niavriage a success the
j husband 'must be patient and the wife
! a,'martyr.
i     Miirht" doesn't' always   make- right;
'I'ocensionnlly'it falls down   while  try-
ling to iniike good.
and iiTogulnntios are an indication of
ai.inemia or bloodlessness.
Do; iiot dPilay treatment thinking
that, you will get all right, for anaemia
in its pernicious; form is often incurable:" ■■■'.:-' ;--•  -''-•■ ■'
Get all the sunlight and fresh air
you can got and add to the. richness of
the blood bv using Dr. Chase's Nerve
And. '.,"'
You will soon note improvement under this.treatment and can prove the
benefit  derived   by  keeping  a   record
I of your increase in weight.   50 cents a
I box,'0'boxes .for $2.50, nt all dealers
{ or lSdinanson,  Bates &' Co,, Toronto. '
No  Reason '■7,' ';   .
Friend Don't tlj,e police know anything about the burglary? ;;        ...
The) Victim—I don't think ,|so. I
don't suspect, the.police...
"He's ■ familiar with all the be<=t
cellars." '        , ;   „'■     "'■"v■■■;"   :,^..v .
"A great render?"
"Yes; he reads gas meters." '
Life is often a. sentence at har:l
labor—with something added for good
behavior.
what the others do, you know.
"So I'vo heard."
"Yes, nnd the strangest and queerest thing about him Is"—
"What?"
"That he stays married!"—Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
To   His Aunt's   Daguerreotype.
That quaint poke bonnet cost no leal
Nor moru than dollars four. I guess;
Her flowered frock, perhaps a five;
Tho palm.leaf shawl, us I'm alive.
No more than ten: her.sash of plnlc.
So soft and 'sweet, five., more, I think.
'* That's twenty-four.   Oh. could IflnJ,
A girl 'like this. Just to my mind-
Such hair, such eyes and such a face.
Such     shoulders     carried     with     such
' . . -   grace,- ■'
So dear, so simple—or—what not—  '
I'd kneel and woo her on the spotl
.'.  ., .■ .   .'—Brooklyn Life. ,1
According to a woman's point of
view.it is always the sins,of the fathers that aire visited upon, the children. ■.''■.-.■
No Room For Doubt.
Miss DePlayne—I wonder If Mr. Wiley knows that I'm an heiress?
Miss Pe^chJey—Was he attentive to
you?;,;       ■..-..■-.•' -.-'/.,.;
Miss DePlayne—Unusually so.
Miss reachley—Then he knows.—Chicago News.
      . Tn Some few cases whole tribes have
distme.1011 of having a couple of for- died ou(. when civiHzation has reach-
mer students in the Cabinet.. Mr Qd lh but thcse have usuany been
Sinclair was a soldier txnore he took | Bm0^i  tribes
to   politics.     He   got  hU   medal   and \	
clasp in the Soudan,  and ultimately j
bpcame   private secretary  to  the   late j V.n5\ . ^   l *.
Sir Henrv Campbcll-B.-mnerman. He I U was said of Dr. Johnson that he
A\as on great term* of intimacy with ! always talked as though he were tak-
the late Prime Mini-t.>r, who left him . Ing au oath. Ue detested the habit of
all his correspondenc.' and private I lying or prevaricating in the slight-
papers to be dealt with solely at his J est degree and would not allow his
discretion. . j servants to say he was not at home If
— ' he   was.     '"A   servant's  strict   regard
for the truth," said he, "must be weakened by such a practice. If I accustom my servant to tell a lie for me,
have I not reason to apprehend that
he will tell it for himself?" A strict
achcrenee to truth the doctor considered as a sacred obligation, and in re-
la ting the smallest anecdote ' be would
not allow himself the minutest addition to embellish his story.
I    V
England's   Living   Boy   Bishop.
A boy bishop is certainly an anomaly, and yet there is one    he is  Master  Ralph  Bankes,  of  Kingson   Lacy, '
and  he is a ley  bishop of Wimborne
Minster,   a  title   which   has  belonged '
to his family for centuries. ,
This child is at present eight years ,
.of age, and inherited his >present dig-j
nity with1 his estates on his father's j
death..'' .I'. -.'   .   '.' • .    ,.-' :. 1
Tlie average man begins to sit tip
and take notice when he hears a noise
like, a silk skirt.
And   it  sometimes   happens  that
man is married to! bis boss.
Just Wishin'.
Now, wish  for the  weather—   .
The moonlight In the lane.
An'  the time  you'll  take  your sweetheart
To the grlndln' of the cane.
"When you'll feel your heart a-goln'
.Like a sliver bund o-playln'.
An' you're taktn' of your sweetheart
To the grlndln' of tho cane.,
. .      —Atlanta Constitution.    <
If is a Tonic you want! Physicing lowers
the system and makes it more susceptible
to disease. The winter months have been
agreat strain upon your vitality and unless you put the blood in good
condition all manner of evils will overtake you. PSYCHINE is the
Greatest of Tonics and should be taken byevery one at this season
of the year. PSYCHINE assists the gastric juices and ferments in
their digestion of the food, cleanses the mucous membrane of the
Stomach, and has an invigorating and beneficial effect on the muscles
and nerves. For Catarrh of the Stomach, Ulceration or Weak Stom-
.ach, Dyspepsia, the use of PSYCHINE is strongly advisable. •
PSYCHINE acting on the Stomach restores it to a healthy condition,
then acts through the stomach upon all the vital organs, creates an appetite, bringing
renewed vitality and strength to the entire system and enables it to throw off discs*
of every kind. It is the greatest health-
giver known to medical science, ga y.___.-_TO5ii6»fi_d-5i-*K»i
JSend to Dr.T. A. SLOCUM, Limited. Toronto,
tor tv F eo Hauiplo to-dny. All dru^-cUM and
»U>r«s8oUPaVCHiN_.t»C50a<ui4$l per bouts.
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P lblished in.the interest of the people
of Moyie and JJast Kootenay.
F. J, S_tTTlI, PuBiAsmn.
^4 67«?a/2 ^ifefl
1: itj;   or  suifcr.ii'TiON
One Year,....
.. .. $2.00
SATURDAY, APRIL, 10 1,000.
' ,With thid issue tho A Leaddi- enters uvjpn the,twelfth year of its
publication!   This .'issue -U • Vol
Qutsidc cleanliness is (ess than half the battle. A ffltn may
scrub himself a dozen times a day, nod still be unclean'. Good
health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means
a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and
new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is. dean in this way
'wJK look i('and act it. He will work with energy and think
"clean, clear, healthy'thoughts. , '
Ho will never be troubled"with liver, .lung, stomach or blooji
disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomachs. Blood diseases are found where there » unoiean blood.
Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Golden -Medical Discovery
prevents these diseases.   It mafces a man's Insides clean
c     "and healthy.    It cleans the digestive organs, make* pure, ,. ,
'' clean  blood,' and clean, healthy flesh.   , ' ' „
,It  restores   tone to the nervous system, and cures'nervous exhaustion and
prostration.   It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs. ''
, Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness.    Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pei<=   ,,
lets cure it.    They never gripe." :"K&sy to' take' as eandy.     "" *,.*'",'' "V' ' *"»   i
I. O. O. F.
critdey todge Wo. •«•*.
, m  <
Meets Tuesday eyeninga «° McGiwRor
ball  on   Victoria street.   Bo]OUrning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
Chas. J. White        F- J- Smvth.
jNoble Grand.
-   .  .        p.
tiecr'y.
-•7' ^S:V>
' Bt. Eugene Lodge No. 37.
2_, No. 1.
■  '    The li'ew firm of Reid «fc Russell
'     ■ - , -.        <■    '.-,'/.'
iu Moyie are fiioiiig.a ,big business,
'*    'aud their stock of ,goods is ' the-
i    c- ' ' '      ' '
,     best.in'its line ever brought,to
'M£T#L   MA^K'ET.
*    . ■ i
Xnw York—Bar silver, 50£  cbs.
Lead $4.75.'      ! Capper, 12| cte,
Londo.v—Lead, £LS,   7s 9d
the'town.
■■sJohn'Houston'is of the 'opinion
)   ,•      -   -...-.   • '.   *' l'1    >>
Stock Gluotationg."' ,
FuBSlsitKn Bi-'bEALE'* EUraLU
\urOra
CounoUdatcd Smellers
Cuu. GoUiaelds
Craubrook Firo Hrlct     ,
North St'ai- •','    ''"',,
Society Girl I
Sulllvtin"' '       5
Bid
V i' ^
78.00
'•  .03
AsVcd
25-
82.00
0(i
..'     I
<J
i
Stojp,«Wo^king,
for-.The I^iidiordl
.:.';';.:...:'.:.>.-c'---.-
OVVN YOUR OWN HOxME.
-*
-, ^   \.
r J.4
Payi'nj' Jront'   are v'^bu?
Ever stop'to consider ;how.
. much you pay' out"'in- -reul;
r..'1-"    '      '      ,„•       £-« l'--*>    jj ", _f
';' iii1 the course, of .twofyeafs?
-', Do you'Jjave' anything-'to
show-for it..at  the 'end „of
il. _ j.   j.* l^_^n  "v__   ...       n..   .    ..
iools'never do. VR. T. Lawrey/has" preparations, warn'thoir;friends;
' , <       ,'...•-   ....■- j   _.,.r ju:ii i «—  I brace themselves <for  the  effort,
that time?^3-, ^ - -'-,
"i, "i       ^Jrti*       #-
■J U
•'«--"tihangedvhia ^niind and" will^con
^W^lii'"    •     .^'-Aipue- to publish  the^L^ at
%&m?miWi%\!\     < '      Gremwood> instead of 'movim? it
'*«   Vnlenn'   oa 'lia'' a.nnfinnf!firl    iasfc-
Nelson' as 'he' announced  last
•yveek.
. -"',   The steam laundry at Rossland
. "  was'forced toclose.down through
asn.^.f.,..       • v   lack.of pa.tronagei but the Ghiuk'
8^'HV    '' i   " t "       'f *      f">f
iMH^§.j{'ft.'v''>' '"v '"•,-. "Jaun'daymen ace still, doing  busi-
»«;; '     ?       ,   -'uess at,:the old stand.     1 his does
M4/:1 -.,
v j>' <-
and end with some" flabby act' of
T ' r     n 0' '  1
mediocrity 'that diaguits every-;
body, ' They mean well,,but*their
mouths ,-are larger^ thau^ their
heads, and their'ideas; ttfau.-th'eir
capacity for-carrying them oufc^
This'trait would be amusing'if -it
were not so annoying"; but the~man
with great expectations has,the
."•Jaun'daymen ace still, doing  Wsi-,, knickof 'getting' eyeiy^o^iand
"■ ■ I I-1 *."*i." i\^ A„,wi x" tm', dn«e I everything about him""in- a' s£ate"
of restlessness and wprriment that
j. most ,exasperating'' - "at,,- times.^
A man who fusses \Witi .-never do,
anything truly greaf;:" The "man
of genius is»a man of ^depth^and
there' is"no depth 'whereJthere is
noise t anHJ"foanr.Vj',G-rea'bneEsT is
almost .invariably associa't'ed. ^"witli,
unconsciousness. ""An '>ounce. 9f
doing is'worth a ton of/talk about
whatyou,expect to do.,.^I£j&onie
men would „quit fc talking abbuj;
what they are going'to dd'and'get
down "to1 putting into .each, day
some unfiaished"fcask'or"'some ef-"
fort laid upon a solid foundation
of purposeful thought we "would
be nearer the business as \ well1 as
the religious naillenium. It makes
one sick to see'a man. roll up .his
sleeves," spit on hands, take up
the sh6vel aud "after two or three
feeble thrust's sit down beside' it.
Do not be eternally "hunting up
some big job to. simply walk
arouud it. Pitt an effort in the
task that lies before you." Do
what you have found to 'do with
your might, not your mouth.—Ex.
Buy,;a Lot in Moyie
l.   1  J- ■ Ll „..-J.  ,,-L I   lllll    ,1   ■■   ,.
* +, an'dT, biiild *a," homerJdx^
«,--^vv   K. of P.
Q  l&W'C)    Meete evtry Tburartay
.P^^"r^|l'"tveDiDg    in    McGregor
J\^||^^'''hall at S t'clock.   Vi»-
j X^^J1' siting brothers invited.
B.' E. Taylor, E. A.'Hill
Chancellor Com.
X. R.andS,
Selkirk  I.odge, tl. »•
A. F.   _  A. M. ,
Regular'   meetings
on the'first, Wed-
nesday •   .of   §achE
month.
Visiting bretliern welcomed.
"iUjl". ' G.-T. McGregor, W. M. ,
!*"' !" i'D. A. Ayres, Secretary. '
Moyie r Miners', Union
'. )Viio. 7\ W. F..of M.
Meets in McGregor hall overy > Saturday. i'eveninff.\ "Sojourning members
areWrdially invited to attend. """ •>  /■"
Malcolni'lircJyeill   ,,.7ames Boberte
Vvt-ypresident/ '' ' ',,   /,'Secretary
Harvey,^ McOarter' &
<, v?" %Macdonald. :
^Barristers;.SoliqilorB,Notaries,>Etc. <
almost necessary to>na  legislature.
.} ■■-   .     . ••,. V",f   «'    V' ,. ^ i^
1 They are as necessary as"a' set" of
'governor balls are to an engine,
or'apinch of salt to^a bowl of
soupT        '      °
'     ~ ^'   ■-- k
This    is 'payday    at   the' St.
'- Eugene mine, and some 4.00 men
Avill draw $13,000.,"or an  average
v of over $100 to the man.     This is
also payday at Fort \Vright, near
Spokane,    where   $15,000  will be
disbursed at an average  of about
,    $15 to the man.     And still  you
- find men'who prefer the life of a
soldier to that' of a miner.
li?fr
"' Creston is talking of changing
the date of its annual celebration
from'July l's>fc to May 21th, ori' the
grounds that "Dominion Day is
in the height of tho strawberry
season, and it is thought that
Ictoria Day would' be more
suitable." Don.t do it, neighbor.
Hold your celebration while your
strawberries are ripe; you could
' have no better attraction,
Beware.-.
Shoe    Repairing
Mining Shoes
iMade to Order
r; A. SMITHS
ii
SnOEMAKEB,
MOYIE,
B.  0,
THE -CANADIAN EMI
OF aOMMERGE^1
rHEAD OFFICE, .TORONTO
B. E. WALKEB, President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
KS"U11Usufb
ISfij
;Paid-up Capital, $i0,
Reserve Fund, - 6'
\>A
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States a
COUNTRY BUSINEsF^-i%affou,edt0,    ,
,-'•'." „     ■ '   i    others for the nanZ?*^
. banking- business.',  Sales'no^es will be ciibheci or ttiken t      **H
BANKING BY'MAIL"a"°»">v-.v »°vml*^
monies denoMterf «  .J m't,
' way with equal facility
CRANBROOK BRANCH.
,     )m9nwsdepoMtedorMiihdr;il7i
,   STOV AT THE
COSMOPOLITAN
r n
when.in       .;;
CRANBROOK
K. H. SUAI.I., Mnn»«er.
Good rooma/good tables and bar-
.    and first class sample rooais.   - >■
$65;ahd?Up.
" " -'       - >'   it^ ;'
wJ*.
I'r-i
—'",      S  , \ -',T
is -V.'. Ui-ih >l / *"m'o¥ib
..    ,.      .t'.. .'r r." ■ Af,' j--'>^*e«'*',i ■<. t"'
George H Thompsonvr,^
'"     f    l   n '?.   j  f      « <■ • i      ---/ST ** "^ tr   _.h-     Vr,r   '
v'^.>i  r k'BARBISTKBi dOLXCITOU^j-^^
rJjf,.-J^sr.    . tary Public,"&o.,      * "* < , ,1
CBANBROOIC"' ^BiiifiSH Columbia
M.    1
St.-J Josepn's vJDbiivexit.'
SZLSOS, B.C. -  - '
- hoarding and Da^.School/conduct^
ed by theSisters of St. Joseph/Nelaon'-
B. C. Commercial. and>*bu8ine8B
courses a specialty. Excellence and
swift" progress cji^racteaJse each department. Parents' should-".write for
particulars. One, month assures1 the
public * the thoroughness of the
Sisters' methods of teaching. ..Terms
commence January, tApril"and Sept
Pupils are admitted during term., t
HS3
Baware of the meek .man or a
meek mule; it'a the* unexpected
that happens:
't'l^^
, <«v r'/-viv!  '
•rxt ' s^ -t' '     '
i*   .ii   «-.,
..-* '-. <**. >;    <
•*'•..'<  '. ,,
'• c,.     -H; ■ ' i ;v;>     '
t t    * ,->* '
,(■»*.      A,      ;
f   C.-l,   ">".  ,  ^f 1.
v. <■  ■; ■ 1.1 i
B-*1 " ?',
U.    I ■ - ,-    I
Lowroy of the Greenwo<d
Ledge is at outs with the bankers
and it is i r sumed he now olth r
carries his enormous wealth accumulated out of the newspaper
fausin'ss in his stocking or stowes
it away in a coal oil can. Jiut [
Lowery says he never goes to a '
bank wicket for inspirtion for hi-
pnper. Uc says: "Bunkers aie
like trolly cars, they go as long as
they are on the track and the
juice is beiu£ poured into them.
Away from hU ledger the banktr
jusfc butts in and telescopes.'' j
■j......       ,-..-«■
The  New Religion.
*.   **>
*   «.
j k- *
"\Vbe-t Bishop Phillips Brooks
i-ailed from Amsri'ei, on his las-t
i rip to Eurbpts, 'a friend jokingly
irtmaikcd th it wliile abroad he
juight disjeouver sbnlo ne"w religion
to hring hotne with him. "Bit h-
< areful of i . Bishop 1^- oka," r -
jdai k^ri u il-f ,in .-f.ii.:'.i," "ii ii j.
lie difficnlc to gee your iumv r. lir,'-
ion through the cu>-.toiu huuse."
J* 2-
A Perfect Stick
is what the average ready-made
makes a man look like.
^ No softness, no flowing curves, no
vigor.        v /' '
SJ Be aniong the  weB dressed  men.
Q Clothes made for you and for jm>
body else are the only kind that will
give you Character, Grace and Good
Form.
•I Clothes patientry ancl lovingly
shaped and worked by hand to fit you.
<fl Enough fabrics lo make your eyes
glisten," enough colors to make them
swim.'
«
V
TaHs&sd Gi&mss
* "' , t   is-   i
"I gueps not," replied the bishop    i     |     Xkl       PI TCIl
laughingly, "for we may take it   |    *»•     '*  •     aAAV'i*
Sole Agents.
[j**U.**il
.^i
Sl^MMilJBfcM^ffgigsraSraMii^^
for granted that ahy new religion
popular f.nougli to import will
j^ave- no duties attached to i:,''
u
BUY  TOUBy
Cigars; * ,   ;,';
Tobaccos
Fruit and
eonfeQtibnery
"      FROM  ''
»   *    T
A. B. Stewart
,". -ti
DR^r..B:,MILESy-
i*     1-,  1     « ,S    ^    rf T { r—~* \    ' *U      *#*l.>«-   »"W   - A*   t
1^.^S__>,_E_3S0TPIfil,_C,-il ^ -:*
^anDroa^;^-;'%B^!Ci
i^*»y •
^:R^f__i_ATTY,"^J^^
-    .   ', '-."s-v, <   !-'        ';    '-^  ,
Embalmer-and Undertaker, '.'t*' -'
Phone.9.S      i  -  .V-CRANBROOK
.->—,*z
FRESH   AND   CURED
GENTLEMEN—
., If you^ant a, stylish,  up
to date tailor made suit/call
and inspect pur spring goods
before ordering elsewhere.
We  guarantee all
Ouy Work.
Cleaning,,    repairing and
pressing done.
Prices Bight.
Willi'JCWCll, , ^   v™. * Largo aj;%tmGDtojf:C^6-pa^^>nd Baby Carria
■i .,  ,. ■- <<   ' - „ -,' .'-   'H" v '*   -V--".< ,"4^C-Tp;'Prices-fi;6m-,$5up.
:Express and\Gener-,;; ^V;^, ^.':> r4;-C f £•-*' ^'^^< ' v -* ' -
ralfiDelivery   BusM- C^lib^OK^CbWpBfatiVe      \
-'Fepd/Stablel \:.> \ vV
WflOD   AND:'COAL
-    t      I
If
For Sale
1.
Leave Or.dera'^i,. '..''J'
3ij
^-.'■p ■*!.)'    GWynne's Store.-,-J",;i.
;V.   ' i"1    •*   .       *'' ' '-   i ...,'   ."     .t
*       - r
}Ioyie,!.  '';
i*" .<■• Ua-ijtisji jCo-urnbuf
"".   J'"
SEND'YOUlt"T ^OBKfTO'.THE
^kootMay
:''"STEAM;^',';'   v
LAUNDRY,'
KELSON, -
All White Labor.
* *.
Leave work with the    local agent
A. B. STEWART.
1 mi.-1 , .  - Bi J ■■■■ ^ — ■
OF. DESAULNIER1   ''/
WOOD. Cl-i FEED
PRQMrT DEL4VERY. .
Queens' Ave.      MOYIF
Butter
Attn
URNS & GO
Limited-
MOYIE, B. C.
i'n» m i.iii—»—wa———»
"».    ^tH»^*J   'M 'VL.'
T. T. McVIUie.C.E.,       T L. S. H. Y. Parker, C
McVITTIE & PARKER
PnOVIKCJiAL LAXD  SuryVJCYING
I i
KAIE.WAY   *  MJUINO   ENaiNEBiaN<,(
Estimates Furnished.
OFFICES
Port Steele P. O. Box 25.
Cranbrook P. Q. Box 11.
r'—     *
C, A. FOOTE
Merchant Tailor.
MOYIE, B. C
-THE-
DESAULNIER     BROS,   jp0p«.
I^urge 6flmple room ia connection
with hcuso for commercial men. Beal
of accommodation.
Headquarters for  Commercial and Mining Men.
QUEERS  AVENITK, MOYIE, B. O
NOTICE
CRASBKOOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT
■OP-80UTUEKM PlViaiOW EA?T KOOTENAY.
TAKE notice that Re^ry J. C.c^per or Moyie
1$. C , occupation, tilacksfolth, inidndg to npplj
forpctmlsKlon to purchase tho following described Unds:-
Conime»ci,og at s, post planted ou the north
bank or the Little Moyfc R\t«r,' and tho west
boundary of the C. P. R. right1'^ 'way:- thence
west 10 chaliiK, theace north 60 Mains, thenct
east CO chains, mart or less, to Moyie River
theDcc itouUivrard on west bank of river to C. I»,
R, right of way, then west boundary o[ said'
right ol way to point of commencement, containing 160 acres, more or less.
HENRY J. COOPER,
Patc<JJa.n.S0th, 10CO. ' •  <
B.C. Steam Laundry
CRANBROOK.
Giire our work a  trial   and   leave
Jwork  with
A. B. Stewart,     A^ent,
MOYIE, B. C.
INTERNATIONAL
HOTEL,
This hotel is now under new
management, and is Brsfc class
in every respect.
B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.
Victoria Street MOYIE
'u „",-    -I     "I <
., __->^».n.     l^-
Fl0*>..'.   »" .( v   "
_   .     -. ».-u'/i"-,-5f.f1'"»~ri«' )
''...''^ V\ -As made byh1;he*presGnt brewer i* admittcdlrlk
Best; Beer In East Kootenay. 'With the Bet H
and .the Purest SpringTVater it ii unexcelled a
quality.^Iaii8t'on' uaVipg Jfoyie' Beer.     J,
iP-^'BO£ra_tED^B^^J?T^E^
T: 'iji.-\"^r-/r\'-!rir,T.Ti\'^«-
I ^^ - ™-  'I
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I
LU      U
J1JLI0S  MUJELEER/PKOP, , J
3VE03TIE, B. GJ
MowaMtaBtwuw^tw***1*
t
IP, FZrOM&STOft
. „.. j ,—"-
This Hotel is New,and well Furnished
Tables are .Supplied with the Be*.
L   Market affords. The Bar is Filled w
1 the Best Brands of Liquors and wot
HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL °'|
1   _    - AND_MININO_MEK wltait#
S   MOYIE
CRANBROOK,
THE PHOTOGRAPHER
SUCCE550R   TO
PREST PHOTO CD.
BBBn
®@®®9^
Spring is Here
Now is the time for
every good citizen o
Moyie    to   think   o
building and   improv
ing their town.
SEE
Thos. Summers
Cigars,   Tobacco,  Fruit and
Confectionery.
TOYS,   NOTIONS   ETC.
South Victoria   St.
CALDER BROS
Txn^
THE MuYJiK   CONTRACTORS &&>
Eatimates  cheerfully &**>       gtM
SEE
for bargains m ReaA ^*

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