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The Moyie Leader Aug 1, 1908

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 &&&  ����� /-  -.������-^   <.^ - "VV^J*  ���?"*  X. Jgl.*,---*^*  '-*��?-^  SV  DQUART1CRS  FOR  SOUVENIRS   ,  !H. WILSON, Jeweler  'L; CIt AN BROOK.  -1ABIJSUCD Isej  -pital, $1o,O00.a  and,-   5|( '  =d States and Ecj  ifiorcledtofaTaJ  tn- transaction rf,  r taken for co!!s  ���5 opened b) rA  iile** 0r ttithi-njl  R. T. BRYMral  w. iiWrrresr'  Of.iic.an  CIlAMiKOOK.  I5LQL. II, NO 17,  MOYIE, B.C.,: AUGUST ] 190S.  S2 A  Y 5- * I-  eeial Sale  i - <f . 1 ^-  , Boots' and shoes are tne principal ...of  ,'/ cur sales'tor the next week. ".Big reduc-  ��� tion" in prices. / See ��� show ���> window.  ' Must reduce our" stock  A ne^ever .offered.', ���  No. better val  ne Hi;nc  fliners.  'JCU'OHSAXDll  ind up.,,  mts, ..Tobaccos,    Confectipnery  fer*  * *   -bh-h*: *  ^rABRBLlT BLOCK-  i      ���"���  PETJIT  &a  R"?��59 5a-j��&s9S9a^��5**3*5a3in:;  I   -   GENERAL .FLOAT       :|'  Portable building*), made ab  Vancouver, are in use* at Prince  Rupert.   , '    _,   .  Ross Thompson.is living in Yer-  rington, Nevada, where  he* owns  pome copper,, claims.  ,, ,      '  <  - Fernie has'decided to borrow  ��10,000 for repairing and improving its streets.  ?Ss.!A". Bad"   ���'  V.''       '' '  ' \      Explosion.  ---The*inain shaft "of the'Center  i"   1. - ,. , 1 ,y* ,  Star at Rossland has reached the  six'teenth level,*a depth" of 2,200  feet from tlio 'collar of the sliaf 6.'  7 Dr. Keith,, late1,oft,Coal Creek  arid Now of Enderby, is - distinguishing himself in trap shooting,  having won the gold button three  weeks' in succession. ' '  ��� r - i > -    |l *L*.  Wheat cub, milled and lnxde in-  �� >- o , -    -  bo hot biscuits, all   inside <>of  22  * -��� ,i t r        '.  minutes, is  the ��� record made  by  the Preston  Milling company-.*" of  Three men were killed by an  explosion in ono"6f tbe coal mines  at Fernie yesterday. For a, time  it was thought that some 25t"were  killed, as that number were entombed, but 21 were brought out  alive. Among the "entombed was  Pete Atkinson, a brother of Fred  Atkinson, who.-is . emyloyed at  tbe ��� St: Eugene. ��� He is not. reported in the list of the dead. Mr.  Atkinson'4 lefbd last night for  Fernie.  Took Diamonds.  mate��  Tire; Life  and Accident Insurance. ���   , :  S^7ff'yiA7-7.''M0YiEyB.;.c..-,  IKOOK  -.- 4- -.,  fTL  &���**"  v.*.  ive:*Me:;,Your/Orders.. a   -..  ' y I" " ' .*   ' '     , ' , '  ���7'^^~ ';i'f,'"       .FOR' -  '-"* >    Y''  <?      "f"7  ���   -  te&RVINGy ^RUIT^'ETC'-:  fcr- FBESH ������ VEGETABLES.;; Everything' sea-  "   '   7*y777f? '^sonableliri'stock.:   '<-<�����-���-  ,���';,_    -*���  . *^  iKFiicffsd;'  Waitsburg,  WashV'  'near   Walla - Walla,  .The New Westminster lacrosse  team have won * the Mioib vcup  and-are now, the j champions of,  tlie "world, , having ' beaten the  Shamrocks     in     Montreal    two  *      i    ' a.  games.      7| ��� T-***      K        .',..���;"   ���  rS and BAT'3  ^up,   ^  ��393>39^3>*t4  'a7V  yurnislie.]  th' theB;  r' is Fille,  ibrs and  DKMKRCJitt*  -  L I  *( J  '   JIKlTISDl"!  ' -.���YOUB^OWNy^STORE/.^Tvf��'\-.  <~      "' SV ***' 1 *" j       '  ' 3^ a- ** "*-t' .* J  [oyieVCo-iOpeWtiye^^  ":       ��� *��� *. J*'J-' * ��� '<\~'   '���',.''  !resh Fruit Weather. .  OUR DISPLAY WILL; REFRESH VOU.    ;   '  1 ^ t  ,Ripo Tomatoes; -2( lbs "for   25  centsv  Plums, 5 lb baskets for 50 cents, .  Peaches, 10 cents per lb.,  ' ** TERMS CASH. v DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS OPENED.  FARRELL . BLOCK  The Kilties- band is 'leaving, 'a  trail of disapointmerit in its wake.  Tn many places they demanded  heavy guarantees and their promoters ' -were involved in ' heavy  financial loss. Thiswes the case in  Victoria, where the guarantee'demanded was $l,500.d     i(   ,"*-���.-*  The* annual report of ".Ernest  Mills,' sccrefcary,-treasurer for the.  Western ''Federation   of Miners,  ' i *        -       *��� *     .     r   .*       t~  wh'ich was submibted to the coa-  vention of. that organization- "recently, showed, that the .organiza-  -%~     *..*-   .j,   ��� -     *   .,.-    *      ���   .  ^  tion lost-more.than.nve tbouaand  members last year. 'An .effort  will be made to ascertain1'tbe  decline and to  stop   it.  ���Aj��  wrr  13  Ji-it-  Willi il.cl!1**-1  uic.\'ccllt',l,c:'  \ Beer,  14 ��  'IT1  v ' &A " i  .I "��   ���** A'  �� &  MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL.       *  FBotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  r  for the Traveling * Public.   ,  *  ,       Largo and Commodioufl Sample Eooms. Billiard Rooms.      .  MoTAViSH & CAMERON Proprietors.  iS,  tassBS*  ���MO  O  IS  TORONTO  E. A. HILL  that 90 per cent of the travellers are wearing  20 CENTURY,BRAND  Clothing?   Ask  9  THE   FURNISHER.  '- -Hurt* ���dt^tsitjs*. -^������-����-^'' -^  : stisfz-xtesfr -*z.s?z.  Imperial Bank of Canada,  4  rro^N  ...������*.���$10,000,000.  ...7������.���.-4,925,0b0.:  irW  A.  A ^ i  aA  7f  ;*. -j  C*  C0i^v* fn.r,  fcyjjf-l  75?  *-^  Capital Authorized-  Capital paid up������  ________���������4,925.000.  Rest- . ���     ���.  Sowings b��ank departmentf  iBteresfc allowed on deposits from  date   of   deposits  ewdited quarterly.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J, F.M. PINKHAM, Manager.  and  *fc**5��r  ^ T-sr^xs ^7frw---�� AHp-wrtyr*?. f^-^f ^ ^r^prj^r   ^ A  W. F.. of M. Officers:  The c'ouvontion of Western Federation of Miners at Denver has  finished its business. Per the officers, Chas. Moyer was re-elected  president, getting 223 votes as  against ��� S8 by P. W. Flynn of  Butte, Mont. Chas. E. .Slahoney  of Butte was re-electod vice-president. Denver was chosen as the  meeting place for next year, the  vote being Uenver, ,105; Butte,  130.  Telephone  System.  A A.   ���  The Moyie telephone system "'is  now complete,' and the business  of the company started in this  morning. All the 'phonos are  working perfectly. The telephone directory is in , the hands  of the printer, ancl will be ready  for distribution the first of the  week. The rates are, for business  houses, S3 and for residences, $2.  The rontals for August are now  due, and they should be paid at  once to the Central oflice.  Will Play Ball.  The Al oyio team will play the  Cranbrook boys this afternoon at  4 o'clock. A large number of  Moyieites have gone down wibh  the team to witness the game.  They will return on a special tonight at 10 o'clock. The Moyie  team have their new suits. There  was a spirited game at Aldridge  park last Sunday afternoon in  wliich the Moyie teani d efeateci  the Cranbrook team in a score of  6 to 5.  Society Girl.  A new wagon road is to be  built to the Society Girl mine,  which will give a much better  grade than the old one. Work  on the property is going along  steadily.  ,.AbiS jporbland' on ��� July 2*2nd  Arthur Clute' and 'his wife," Lil-  lian, were arrested by R. S. Baron,  a-dectectiy'ert.of Vancouver, who  laid^the'?charge' of. theft against  them".';' lb' is, charged that they  stale,' $1,000 ' worth' of * diamonds  fre'm J. "Fleishman}^&, traveling  jeweler," while" they were t,<living  in  Oranbrook.   The  couple  were  * *   -   ' , -     ������ .  foundliving in ��� a neat little  flat  and were stylishly- dresse'd. "In  tho'presence of the "police* at ��� the  stabioh.'Mr's. "Clube reached' clown  in her bo3om and- brought' forth,  a number of "jewels,' aud'liauded  them.to'her attorney^ .Clute foh  lowed suit by takinga ring from  hi3 finger and' giving it "to ,the  same .'attorney. y'Then the ' prisoners buraed'to aT policeman,  it is  I '-*���*! *"- j'     *  saidl and declared that bhab was  .  -    - vi*.,   v    ��-������? i      ,  bhe'alleged'stolenjproperty. '  -. The"Ohite8_are well lenewn both  in'-Moyie "and iCranbrook.d Mrs.  Clube, known as Myra G-IeAson,  ran " a'* sporting .house' in each  place, ,while;Clute, was a bartender and ;*'gambler. c "When 'ar-  rested' their "* 'bail"' was ( fixed H"at  $5,o6ofeachU*;Wvilch4 .amount -,they;  "werejnot in position .-to, put 'up,*  sb^that since they have been deprived of their liberty. , lb is  understood that extradibioh proceedings' will2 be instituted, and  that the prisoners will be brought  back to Cranbrook for trial.  Given Two Months.  Watson Snowden was up before Justice of the Peace E. A.  Hill on Teusday charged with assaulting Ralph Gillatt, and was  sentenced to two monbhs in the  jSTelson jail. He was taken' there  Thursday by Constable Adney, of  Wardner, to serve out bis sentence. Snowden is ,a big, husky,  healthy looking mau, bub from  information gained he is absolutely worthless, lie-had plenty of  opportunity ' to. work, bub preferred to hang' around town and  fight booze. ''It is said he was  cruel to his wife, and when on his  periodical sprees would fail io  provide for her. Snowden had  smallpox last spring, and he and  his wife and little" boy were in  quarrantine for some bimo ab the  mill of the Porto Rico Lumber  company near town.  In the Moyie Valley.  There will be a good crop of  both fruit aud vegetables in tho  lower Moyie * valley. The frosb of  a fow nighta ago did nob damage  anybhiug in bho least, and in fact  did nob sbrlko ab all in bhe valley  bebween Curzon and Kingsgate.  The strawberry crop is good, ancl  there will be an abundance of  vegetables. Those who have  land in that vicinity consider  their holdings more valuale than  ever.  The  Conrad  Building:.  ,-, The frame work for the new  Conrad building is up and the  sides are almost completely  boarded in. It will be a .two  story structure and will prove an  ornamenb to Victoria street.  2'5->-��^*a3"*3'3:*-5"Si5'5'533"53i5i^'?'>e:  I LOCAL, ASSAYS.        1  3d$-y5����33&3^��S$93.?5S3$.-SS2>r.  P. F. Johnston'was in Cranbrook yesterday. ,,,        c  Mrs. W. Ii Lucas is in tho hospital ab Craubrook. ���  Bon Riley   is' now    at Prince  , J  Rupert: - i  J. 8 MacEachern was in Cranbrook Monday.  There threatens , to be an ice  famine in Moyie. *-     r   j  Mrs. McQuade is home from  Rossland.    '        y   *'  Mrs. Gilbert was in  Cranbrook  the first df the week.  * Mrs.'D. McDonald sp"ent Sunday;  in Cranbrook. "       ,    n  Man;^ improvements, n-re being  made at bhe Central hotel.    _    ,*  A*. P. " Macdojia-ld is' having a  four room cobtage ereebed on his  property i facing on ��� Ctueente  avenue.''1     f      " A  -,     ��� '     .  . . A *        .' ^  J. A'. Johnson,* manager of bhe  Porbo Rico'Lumber Co., was down  .to Nelson during the week.'     ���  " PRIVATE EOARD���For terms  .1 ��� *-*  apply to Mrs., Clarke, ab residence  recently occupied by Mr. "Moore. ;  ^Jas. Whitehead and wife and  Clara' rWhitehead cameN , home  Thursday from bheir' 'visit to" the  Whitehead farm near' Sbettler,  Alberta.       '    "       ' ���    "     ��    "  -Most 'of 'the*McGill students,-  eight in number, who werei spending their vacation working, in the  St. Eugene* mine, have returned  bo college.  , ' a*,  During the piesenb dry, <ispell  bhe residents o'f^Moyie are" cau-'  tionerd fco%use' water,'as 'sixiringly  as possible, so that in case ,ot fire  the water will be in reserve in the  reservoir. . This,i3 done at thecre-  ctuest of the water company.  ,.'*'"- '< '      f i.    '    '  '*Nexb .jSuuday   evening1 at* the  r, " ' * **  ,Methodist,church Rev. R. E. Collis  B. A. will give an address , especially for young,, men. You 'are invited.    Dou'c miss ib.   '  *  ' R. J. Brimsbn, who for a long  time was electrician at the St. Eugene,' but"" for the last three  months wns in'Montreal, returned  Thursdas-- to Moyie.  The��Scauclinaviau Aid and Fellowship Society' hold regular  ineetiii��8��in Movie, the night of  each change Sunday being their  date of meeting.  E. ArHill and family are now  occupying their handsome new  residence.  ,  A. Theodore Waters gave an  illustrated lecture in Morley hail  last night on'"Civilized, and Savage South Africa." Those who  attended say it * was quibe inber-  esbing.  Mr. and Mrs. Lenihan, formerly  of Moyie, have taken over the  Bavaria Block in Spokane, and  will conduct it as a rooming  house. The Bavaria is on Post  street, a short distance from  Riverside "avenue.  R. II. Triieman, photographer  ot Vancouver, announces bhat he  will be in Moyie on Mondays  August, 10th, and will remain for  one week only. ITis studio will be  in MacEachern it Macdonald'a old  store.  Dr. King ancl R. E. Beattie were  up from Cranbrook Thursday and  spent the time betweon trains in  town. While they both kept  mum as to their mission, still tho  general impression, is that ib was  a political one.  Mr. and Mrs. Moore left for Nel-  sou today. Mrs. Moore will  shortly visit England, and Mr.  Moore will take up a position in  the Boundary district. Mrs. Moore  takes this opportunity of saying  farewell to her many pupils and  friend?! and thanks them all sincerely for their support and general kindness during her sojourn  in Moyie.  *SQ.A.:F*2      SOAP"! .  We give below our prices on a   Iq.w leading  Laundry ji��*1 Toilet Soaps:     *  7 bars Kootenay Queen soap,  ,��?���." Gol'den West in cai toon*,  5    " Eclipse.      ',   '-" ���-*"    -  5    " "Royal Crown "        "  5'''; White Swan " " ' '  -i    " Siiuli'hfc'     *  3   " 'F'els Naphtha  2 cakes Peet's Mechanics ,  Z-   ' n    Golden West Tar,  3 ��;   Ileii-on'd  Castile  3      ,v    Pears ,EJnscented',  Zo c  "j c  23 c  20 c,  27, e  25 c  2,ic  23 c  23 c  3J C  il*  Shescr are not special prices, but are  those  qupted"  every day lo all our customers.  'Y'ou, may search'  the ntai-kct as close as you -wish���you will find1-no  better values, than these. vThe same  may do ;saicl'  of'our stock all tlio way through.'   A dollar paved  on a~^0~purc]lase is an immediate return of ^X or  5 percent on ytxaa. money/ t We  can   easily  save  you that .amount1,* Give us your July"! orders   and*  Ave will prove-it, to'youJ.-'    7"     t>    ' " rl   , ���', "   ,  -MacEachern' ,&; Maedonald  11  ega��vwMi^^^.^wHM!i��M^^7^^^  ii*S<��ia!<gj*g��a��^6^itg��M��>i>a;  Ml  m  ..i"i i"-* ��  ik'!A  Prince -Rupert I^btes.  L   ^ r. ^  , *  ;   ,,-The work of surveying the  townsite.of Piinco Rupert goes  merrily, on, about a, ��� dozen engineers and men employed. It is  now stated that 'af ber the survey  is complebed'ab least bhree sbreets  will'be graded bhis fall, even beforethe i lots "are placed on (the  markeb. ,- As �� furthur^ indication  of ���the . opening ' of the ,to>vnsite  bhis, fall both of, the large hotels  owned,by the Grand Trunk Pacific railway are now* being furnished" and * thoroughly ; equipped  for business. * All" the .furniture  for these hoteWarrivecl  hero dur-  i- *  ing the past fe'wdays  and is now  being! installed'/ giving  many idle men.  M'STAL   MARKET.;  New York���B:*  Lead $1.75.,  , Loxdon���Lead,  ct=. ',.  Copppjp, 13' ct?...  ��13|' 03 .    r ,  What He' Missed". ,  ��� i  men some-  'Mm  ���' t *?*-' lis  ���*! *-'   "Si  1 {sVfiB'jfl  Bible   Class.  Ernest Miller, former city solicitor of Grand  Porks,  is  opening  ' ft law oflice ac Priuoe Uuperb.  On   Sunday ' evening    last    a  Young  .Men's    Organized-   Bible  Class   was  formed  in   connection  with the.Methodist  church.    The  following officers -wore appointed.  President���J. W. Fitch,  Vice President���Alalcolui Cook,  Secretary���Elliot Crowe,  'Treasurer���Peter Watson,  Teacher���Rev. R. E. Collis, B. A.  The first meeting is to   be  held  next Sunday, tomorrow afternoon  at 4:30 in  the Methodist  church.  All    young    men     interested    in  Bible study are cordially invited  to come.    Lesson to be   studied,  1 Samuel 16; 1-13.  The Week:-Great  times make mistakes,  so  Provincial Premiers may be excused  fur  doing likewise.    Premier AlcB������ide.-"*  was invited io a'tbeiicl'-, the' Terc*3n  teaary c celebrations , at   Q i��b��c.  He felt unable to leave , tho  business of   the  lncil.-administration."  and make,so long a'tc5p;*'as'a'con-  sequence^he jsufc 'missed^ being'  work"toimad��SIr^hatd ,McBi'ld^ s"mced ���    (�����'*��  - "-Til the  Provincial  Premiers" who7'f7V!"Vf:  attended received   the ���������honor  of     -77*4*.!  Knighthood  from   tbe   Prince  of  Wales  as the Eunp-'s 'representative.    Possibly Mr.   MeRride does-*  not   regret     this    on    his    own ���  I account-, although he must, regret .  ���*"-'i|N'-V?i  -\Af7rl  ��� > } |A|  '!-*->. i iHt  ���;wam  fell  ���mm  xfkn  'dVlfl  *''4i  \\r  that he wa3 not the means of securing a compliment "'for the Province which he so ably serves..    ,  'Mi  Big Hill Reduction;  Are Promoted.  Trouble Is Settled.  Ib i.s understood the labor  trouble'nt the sawmill of the  Porto Rico Lumber company hits  been settled and the mi.l is again  mniiinp as before,  N. W. Burdett, who for some  time was in charge of tho store  department aud, time "keeper at  bhe St. Eugene, is now iu bhe com-  panj office, succeeding H. W. Ab-  kinson, who leaves today for  Rossland. Thos. Sowerbutts is  now filling tho posibion recently  made vacant by Mr. Burdett.  Mr. Atkinson will work in the  office of the Consolidated company at Rossland. All three  men have received worthy promotions.  Football Concert.  Don't forgeb bhe football con-  cerb iu Morley hall on Mouday  eveuing, July 17th. The different  commitees havo bheir work well  in hand and promise bo have an  enbertaiument which will be well  worth seeing on the evening mentioned. Tickets can bo procured  from'���'Fred Ege, Tom Climie or  Robbd Aguow. The Moyie football j team is' arranging for  matches with, both the Fernie  and Hosmyr teams.  .'XOTlOK..     .;';        if  Any person found cutting up  for wood, , or appropriating for  any other purpos�����,   auy   piece  of  About one   half'the   tunneling  work on the C. P. R. lino between  Feild and Hector,   which is to cud  the,fomous Big Hill grade in h.tlf,  has already been .performed, aud  the contractors, Messrs. Macdonell  tt Czowski, of Vancouver, are now  doubling their equipment  so chafr.  it maj'* be   finished hy tlie  end of-  the present year.    Id is cxps-cied  that by .New   Ytar'd   Day   traiusi  will be running  through,  the two  big tunnels, aud tho  diverted suction of . the  railway  which  will  carry the  approaches  to the lung  bores from east and west.  "J  ., -.* <U  'ft* '^  .'n 'i  ���U-i a  '*   -,   -.  if,      -'  i.i .-*    *  ' v,.,_ l;  ' .'*'   * - J  f" i / i,<i|  U  -*��� i.  d!  >  . AI  M.  a,     1*  . ��� i.'  7!  His  Essay.  A Moyie teacher says that 3he  ouco told a pupil to compose a  brief essay in wliich ho should say  something about all the clays of  the week. Tbe lad turned iu tlie  following. '"Monday Jim Moulton  and 1 killed a deer, and there was  meat onough to last over Tuosday  Wednesday, Thu.r-.clay, Friday  S.ibiirday aud    Sunday.'*  Family He-union.  Tlie members of tlio Denanhiict-  family aro hoUl'n.g a reunion.  Uarcule Do^aiiluei i-> hoie *ioit\  Louisville, Q.aeboc, Mrs. Piilie, a  ������istcr, is h.-io from Winncpog,  {Nitca' Do'saulni'er is liei'o.fiom  Wallace. Idnho, aud'.Eddie.'ai.d  Georgia.D-jsaulnier arehei'e %ruii\  Montreal. 7��� ��� ,  Sam  Spears Married.  S. A. Sr.'C*?'.*'-, f'M-taeily <*^F 'M ,'"'��*.  Iiub now one o,P flie-I'-wnUn'*?  b.uni-  titnber.. taken out of  lower Moyie {,UPr. of <>p=-f*^n,   w-*-*' >'iv iwl  lake with the Purcn llico I.un;H"f  i Go's stftiup mum ir. wiil !>Hiii'o,-e-  'eutud. -II. 2h'.    MacBHTU,    ;'  M .cleod' on    July   21 id  'to Jl.ii.-i.  M.nT M--3I.'ihoa..  *t\^  i   V)i��     ,  <i,*^l-i JS>**  ���> \W..l  ���vl   1  03,   Wfflffl  %n THE    LEADER,     MOYIE,    BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  Bhe  REFUGEES  By A. CONAN DOYLE.  Author   of   "The   Return   of   Sherlock  Holmes-*  Copyright, 1803, by Harper & Brothers  S r.  ',    ''-  .'&     ^  I  ���'r  ,���;'   ��� -i  -������?��� !.'-".  Vl;  1*1  .     I     j*  ri;",  ����� 7<  ���.?!; 7  y-"v.��w"-.�����  j'^iv'^udj-'y ***!*,? v'j  ;i't''^ '  . 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I v., IS  #A'f'/' 'A; .  iwto ��-"  *>-  'i    -'i  ���r %*�� rjH  ;IL*!: 5*-> -?*:-ti  -if -i- * fi* j. u:-'  : r*; ���&*�����*���-Kjia;  f.(A/^d,?;:  !"'-���-���  if'.  il.  ���t-'-'i/r'l.  dk7  , tr Af ���jS.i';)'. ���.���.!���..;:  :'.vr"fA'-'j-,r��i::v.  ;;it.r--.  ���- ���*'>���';.  .f>' ���  t.'  '        *CContinued)  A   , CHAPTER XVIII.  Tf^OIt lliree weeks tlie wind kept at  j.1      ai'-t 'or uorUiciist. Always' at a  M brisk    brouise   anil    fi-csliciifuK  soiiU'linics   ln(o   half   a    jiillo.  ,11*? Golden ltod spoil inorrily uiion lier  way. willi every s.iil drawuig alow ami  ai'ift, so that by tbe on<r"oi"'iho. thlriJ  v.-ui'k Amos and Ejihraiai Savage were  '    ri'vkoii'us   out  tbe hours   befori?  the.-,.  would look upon tbeir native land once  ircire.  '���Tomorrow wc should make land by  iny reckoning," said Captain Savage.  "Ab, tomorrow! ,Aii<1 what will it  be���Mount Desert, Cape Cod, Long Island?"  "Nay, lad; *ive are In tbe latitude of  the St. Ijiiwrouee and are more likely  ' to see the Acadia coast, , Thou, with  thi5; wind, a da v should cany us south,  or'(went (lie mosr. _ A few more such  voyages, nnd I shall buy myself a fair  brick house in Green laife of north I3os-  . ton, wlie're I pan look down oii the  buy,or on, tlie 'Charles or' the Mystic  and see tbo&blps c-oiniii' and polu': So  1   would  end   my   life   In  ponce" i\ud  * <iuiet." ' ' T,  The  mate's   -n*ntcb   that nlgbt' -was  ,   from 12 to 4, and tbe moon was shining brightly for the flr'.t hour of It.   Iu  the early morning, however, it clouded  over,-and the Golden Hod plunged in-  ,;to  one   of  those" dim,   clammy , mists  v, hlcli' lie on  all  Ibat tract of ocean.  So thick was it that,from the poop one  t   could ju&t make i out the loom of'tlio  foresail, but could see nothing of tlie  f oretopmnst staysail or 'the jib.    The'  wind was northeast, with a very keen  . edge to It,"and tbe,dainty brlgantiiie  hiy over, scudding- .along with her lee  rails within baud's touch of tbe water.  .-   It had suddenly turned-very cold���so  cold that  ihe  mate  stamped  up  and  down tbe poop,* and his four seamen,  . f-hivercd together 'under the shelter of  the bulwarks'."   And 'then ih a 'moment  one of them was up, thrusting his forefinger 'Into   tbg' air   and   screaming,'  * while a huge  white wall  sprang  out*  .   o^ the darkness at the very end of the'  bowsprit, and the ship struck with a  force (Which  snapped, her   two  masts  like dried reeds ,in a ,wiud and changed  ,'   her, in  an  instant  to  a  crushed  and  siinpcl'css heap of spars, and wreckage.  The mat.e had shot the length of the  poop at tlio sliock  and had narrowly  escaped  from^tho'falling mast,  -while  of his four men  two had been hurled  (lirough the huge gap which yawned  in thc bows, while a third bad dashed  t bis. heud  to  pieces  against  the  stock  of   tlie  anchor. " Tonilinson   staggcrod  forward, to tind the whole front part  ', of the vesscU"driven inward and'a sin-"  ,   gle seaman sitting dazed amid splln-  'tered &pars, flapping, sails and writhing,'lashing cordage.    It was still as  ���   dark  as   pitch,1   and,1* save   tho   white  * crest of a leaping wave, nothing was  to be seen beyond tbe side of the ves-  * sel. ' Thc mate was peering round him  ^ Iu despair at tbe ruin which had come  so suddenly upon tbe in, when ho found  Cfiptani Ephraiin at liis elbow, half  clad, but ns wooden and serene an  ever. c-  "An iceberg," said'be, sniffing at tbe  chill air. "Did you,not smell it, friend  Tonilinson ?"  . "Truly I found it cold, Captain Savage, but I set it Clown to the mist."  "There is a mist ever set around  them, though tbe Lord in his wisdom  knows'best why. for it is u sore trial  to poor sailor mo-ii She'makes water  f.ist. Mr. Tomlln-,011."  Tho other -.uitc-h b.-id swarmed upon  dock, anil one of them was measuring  the well.    "There is three feet of wa-  ti'L-," be cried, "and tho pumps sucked"  dry jesterdiiy!"  *��� ,  - "Hiram .Tfflorsoii and John Xloreton,  lo tho pumps!" cried the captain. "Mr.  Tonilinson. clear away the longboat  and let us see if* ,we may" set her  rijrht!"  "The louurboat lias stove two planks!"  cried a seaman. ' (  "The jolly boat, then!"  "She is in three pieces."  ."Where is Amos Green?"  "Here, Captain Ephralm. What can  1 do?'*  "And I?" asked Dc Catinat eagerly.  Adele and her father hud been wrapped in mantles and placed for shelter  in the lea of the roundhouse.  "Tell him th.it be can take his spell  at the pumps" said the captain to  Anifti. "And you. Am or. you are a  handy man *.\ iiii a tool. Get Into yonder lo.mbont uitb a lantern."  For half an hour Amos Green hammered and Imnuii'il sind calked.  "Youfc not iiiui li tune, Amos lad"  said tlie cup la iu ijuictly.  "She'll iloat now, though she's not  quite water li-jlit."  'Vory pood. Lower away. Keep up  Ibc puiiipniK (here*. Mr. Tomlinson, see  Ihat provibioiib and water uie icady.  ris niiKh as she will bold. Come with  me, IIn-.itn Jeflorson."'  Tho se.unan and the captain swung  themselves down into the tossing boat,  . the latter with a lantern strapped to  his waist. -Together' they made their  way until they were*, under' her mangled hows. The. captain shook his head  when he saw the extent of the da da  ���age a '"Cut away the foresail and pass  . it over," said, lie.        ; ���'���',���  ���' Tonilinson and Amos ' Green.1-cut  away the. I.'isliin-i's .with their knipes1  ��� nnd lowered the corner of the sail.' Captain Ephrnini1 and, tlio seaman seized It  and dragged it across the' mouth of the  UmTejrupiiig leak.. "LIow much iu the  well?" lie asked. . ��� i .  ...   . "Five and n half feel."  "Then the ship is, lost. I could put  my linger between bcr planks as1, far  as T can see lAr'<. Keep the pumps  going- there! ; Have you the food and  water, Mr. Toniliu.soii'r" f  "Here, sir." .  "Lower the in over the bows;' This  boat cannot live more than im hour or  two. Can you see anything of tbe  berjr?"  ���.Tlie mist had thinned away suddenly,  and the moon'glimmered through once  .tore upon the ;;re.it lonely sea and  the stricken ship,    fiierc, like a huge  ~i ou must maKO Tor tier," said Cap-  lain Ephrnim. "Tliere is ,no other  chance. Lower Iho gal over the bows.  Well, then, her father first, if she likes  it better. Tell (hem to sit still, Amos,  and (hat (be Lord will bear us up ff  we keep clear of foolishness. So!  You're a brave labs for all your n'nirir  iny piininy hinro. Now the keg aud  die bairel and till Ihe wrap.* and cloaks  you can find; now (he other man, lhe  Frenchman. Aye, aye, passengers firsVr,  and you have got to come! Now Anios^  now ihe seamen, and you htht, friend  Tomlinson,"  It \yas weil that '(hoy had not very  far to go, for the boat was weighted  down .almost lo (he edge, and it to.)k  the bailing 'of two men to keep in  check the water which leaked in between the shattered planks. When all  were s-ately m ,their places Captain  Ephralm Savage swung himself aboard  again, which was but. too easy now  that eery minute 'brought tbe bows  nearer lo the water, lie came back  with a bundle, of .clothing, wbich.be  threw -into the boat. 'Tush off!" bf!  cried.     /   > "( "  '-Jump in, (hen." .  ' "Ephraiin Savage goes down with his  ship," said be tpiietly. "Friend Tom-  Iinspn, it is not my way to give my  orders more than once. Push" off, I  say!"    i-  The mate, thrust her out with a boat  hook, ,Amos Creep and 'De Catinat  gave'a cry of .dismay, but the stolid  New Euglunders settled down to their  oiii-s and pulled off.  "The boat  leaks like a sieve," said  thc mate.   "1 -will lake'ber to the berg,  leave you all tliere If we',can find footing and go back for tbe captain." i-    (|  ,   iJ'.ut'tbey hiid'noC taken fifty strokes  before  Adele gave a  sudden -scream.  "My God!" she cried.   "Tbe hhip is going down!"      , . , A i '  She had nettled lower arid lower in  the water, and suddenly, with,a sound  of   rending  planks,   she   tbruM  'down  her bows like a diving waterfowl, her  stern flew up, into ihe air, aud with a  long,   sucking 'noiso   sho   shot',  down"  swifter and swifter,'until-the'leaping  'waves closed over bet*'high poop ..lantern. "Willi one impulse the" boat swept  roun'd' again . and   made   backward  as  fast aSj willing' arms'cotild pulljt.   But  all was'quiet at the scene of (he disaster. . Not even a'.fragment of wreckage was loft upon (he surface' to show  whore the Golden Itod had,found'her  last harbor.   For a long quarter of an  hour they pulled*'round and  round fi?  the  moonlight,   but no  glimpse   could  they sec of 'thoTuritan seaman, aud at  last, when in spite of the bailers the  water was washing pound their ankles,  they  put  her  head, about  once   more  and   made   tbeir   way   in   silence   and  with   heavy   hearts   to   thchv dreary  Island of refuge.                     '  " ,  Desolate'as it was, it was 'their only  hope now, for the lead was, increasing,  and it was evident that tbe'boat could  not be kept afloat long.'.  The cliff which1 faced them was precipitous,  and "'it giimmered  and  spar-  *eled all over where-lhe silver light fell  npoh the/thousand facets bf ice. -Right  in the center,'however,,on a level '-with  the i water's edge, there was what appeared to be a huge hollowed out cave,  which   "marked   the   %p"ot   wheref'th-}.  Golden Rod had, In*shattering herself,  dis-lodged   a rhvgot bowlder,,  and   so,  amid her o^n ruin, prepared a refuge  for those who had'trusted  themselves  to,her.    This cavern was of the richest emerald green, light and  clear at  tho edges,   bur  toning  awayL into  the  deepest purples and blues at'the back.  But  it' was   not   the   beauty   of   this  grolto,   nor  was -it  the   assurance   of  rescue,   which   brought  a   cry  of  joy  and of wonder from every,. lip, but it  was that, seate.l upon au ice bowlder  and ^placidly  smoking a  long  corncob  pilie,  thero  was  perched   in   front   ol  tbein   no  less  a  person   than   Captain  Ephraiin Savage of Boston.  "friend Tomlinson," said ho, "when'  [ loll.you to row for an iceberg I mean  you to row right away there, d'ye see.  and net to go philandering about over  the Ocean. It's not your fault that  I'm not froze, and so I would have  been if I hadn't some dry tobacco and  my tinder box (o keep myself warm.",  Without slopping to answer liis com  n-.ander's reproaches tbe mate headed  for the ledge, which had hopw ci't i**'  n slope by the bow of the^briganttne, so  that tlie boat was run up easily on to  the ice. Captain Ephralm seized b!s  dry clothes and vanished into the back  of the cave, to return presently warmer  in body aud more contented in mind.  Tbe longboat bad been turned upside  down for a seat, tlie gratings, and  thwarts taken out and covered with  wraps' to make a couch for the lady,  and the head knocked out of the keg  of biscuits.  "Wc were much frightened for you,  Ephraiin," said Amos Green. "I had a  heavy hcait (his night when I thought  that I bhould no or &ce you more."  "Tut, Amos: you should have known  melieller."  ���T.ut bow came you hero, captain?"  asUcd Tomlinson. "I thought that maybe you had hern lakcn down by tho  suck of (lie !.liii��."  "And Mi I w.-is. It is tlie third ship  in -nhii-h I have gone down, but tli'cy  h.no i,ever kept me down yet.    I wont  jsiti  we passed you ln the darkness,  what should" we do now?"  "Ilig uj) tuat ljo;,t sal- an(-1 "������---���  quarters for the gal, then get our sin?  per and such rest as we can. for thor��  is nothing (o be done tonight."  In (be morning Amos Green wai  aroused by a band upon his shoulder  and, .springing to h2.s feet, found Do  C;atin'at standing beside him. The hitler's face was grave., and his frien-l  read danger in h;s eyes.'  "What is It, then?"  "The berg. It is coming to pieces. 1  have'been watching it. Vou see thai  crack which extends hack ward flow  the end of our grotto? Two hours ago  I could scarce put my hand into it  Now 1 can slip through it witli ease."  Amos Green walked to,the end of th��  funnel shaped recess and found, as hit  friend had said',' that a green sinuous  crack extended away ^backward Into  the iceberg, caused either; by the toss-  lug of the waves or by tlie terriflc impact of their vessel. lie roused Captain  WHEN FOOD WAS SCARCE.   .��� *  Prices That Ruled In Paris During the  Siege of 1870.  The following interesting statement  of the prices that were paid for food  during the siege of T*70 is taken verbally out of the'journal of a French  officer stationed in IMris nUhe time:  "Toward the middle of October we  had to make up our mind to sacrifice  the animals of the zoological garden.  The elephants and many other beasts  were bought by M. Ix-bos, the owner  of the English meat shop An A v.  Fricndland. The meat of the eUpbauta  was sold from $10 to ?12 a kilogram  (two pounds), the trunk commanding  Uie highest price, $10 a kilogram. The  trunk aud feet we're both declared,delicious by all gormauds. In tho same  shop n pair of young wolves were sold'  for $2.50 per pound. The meat was'  soft and  without tasfe,    The  biggest  price was paid for a young live lamb  ��� ��� .���-���      ���-_--���        - that had been swiped by a'franctlreur*  Ephralm and pointed outahe danger-to   from ^ enenay#   0nc bun*dred dollars  hlra- *.yas paid for it.  X-  \o*'  JULY 25th  H.R.H. THE PftiLUGE OF WALES  PRESEWTED   TITLE   DEEDS  of CANADA'S  GREAT BATTLEFIELD.    ,  Community of Interests binds the Empire together.  CURZON BROS., present to  Canada Title Deeds of  best British-Made Clothing at prices that must, bind  Canada and the Mother lancl'more closely year by year.  ��l  3?  &\  .V  him  "Well, if she springs a1 leak we aro  gone,*; said he. "She's been' thawing  pretty fast as it is." ' t    '   ���  . They could see now that the whole  huge mass was brittle and honeycombed and rotten.  "Hello!" cried Amos Green. "\Vhaf��  that?   1 could have sworn that I heard  ��� voice."     ���*.  ���'Impossible.   We are all here.",  ���   "It must ha ye, been my fancy, then."  Captain Ephralm walked to'the seaward, face of the ,cavo 'arid swept tho  ocoau'with his eyes. "We should lia  Iu tho track, of some .ships," said 'he.,  "There's tho, cod'ders and the ��� herring  busses. - We're overfar sou tli for them,  I reckon. Bul we can't bo more'u 200  mile from Port Royal, in Acadia, and  we're iu (he line of 'the St." Lawrence  trade.** What is it, Amos?" ', i  ' The young hunter was standing with  his car .slanting, his head'bent forward,  and'hls eyes glancing''sldewise, like**a  man 'who ' listens .intently., lie _was  about to answer wh'eu De Catinat gave  a cry an'd pointed  to the back of tha  cavo-     ' ' ', A        "   ���-  "Look at"the crack now!" <  * It had widened by,a foot since tbey'1'  had noticed it last until it was now no  longer a'crack.   It was a. pass.  1 "Let us* go through," said'tlie captain.  ' lie led the way,, and tlio other two  followed him.,,,-It was%very, dark as  they advanced, with high' dripping ice  Tvalls ou cither side aiid one little zigzagging ' slit of blue sky above their  beads. Tripping and 'groping their  way, 'they Lstumhied along until s'ud;  denly ,rthe passage grew wider* and  opened outfnto a large square of flat  Ice. The berg was level In tbe center  and sloped^upward from that point .to  the chlgh clIffs' whIch tbourTded''it on  each side. With one lmpulse_they began all-three to clamber up .until, a.  minute later, they were standing not  .far from .the'edcre of the summit, seventy feet above the 'seaf1    "x  Amos Green looked about him with0  startled eyes.*   "I  cannot .understand  It," said he. * "I could have sworn���by  '.the e'ternal, 'listen-lo' that!'"       ^  The clear ncall'^of a - military bugle  rang,*ont, in^fiicrino'rning air.'*> With a  cry of amazement tbey all three craned  forward and peered over the ed.^e.1  A1 large* ship, was lying under the  very shadow of tho iceberg. They  looked straight down upon her snow-  white decks, fringed with shining brass  cannon'and dotted 'with seamen. A  little clump of soldiers stood'upon the  poop, rolii'-: through (he munual exercise, and if was from them that tbe  call had fo-iio which had sounded s<  unexpectedly' m tne ears or the cast  awr.ys. Standing back fi*om the edge,  .hey bad not only looked over tbe topmasts of, this welcome neighbor, but  they bad themselves boon mvUihl'-  tlroin bur deeki*. Now tbe discover-,  was mutual, -is was sIiom-ii by a chorus of shouts and ciieo from beneath  ahem.  But the three did not wait an in ,  staiit. Sliding and scrambling down  the Mippery inehtio, they rushed! shouting, rhroiurb the crack and 'into thc  cave, whore their comrades bad Just  been startled by -the bugle call while  in the middle of their cheerless breakfast. A few hurried words and the  leaky longboat had been - launched,  their few possessions had been bundled in and they were afloat once more.  Pulling round a proinontory'of the berg,  they fouud themselves under the slern  of a fiue corvet. Mho sides of which  were lined with friendly faces, while  from the peak there drooped a huge  white banner mottled over with tlie  golden lilies of France. In a very  few minutes their boat had been hauled up, and they found themselves on  board of the St. Christophe, man-of-  war, conveying Marquis do Deuon-  ville, the governor general of Canada,  to take over his new duties.  (To be Continued0  ^'Ilere Ss an'exact price list of some  victuals toward tbe end of the siege:  Two pounds of horseflesh.-A.  J5.00  Ono'ham , '������������'��� W'00  A wholo cat....'    3,0(1  A rabbit , ...10.00  One  turkey ...SO.OO  Ono cgs .'....'. ���'������   l-OO  A rat      -50  A 'pigeon    3.00  One pound of butter..... ' 6-00  A pound of beans. - , 1.50  A peck of,carrots ......'.. ', 2.00  Ono cabbage head '...   3.00  One .stick of celery 60  Wood to burn <100 pounds)    2.00  ' "Even the rich had,to* live on tho  meajferest^dlet *aud to'takeinfo their.,  menu things,1 thnt till th^n only- the  trapper-in thedvlrglu forests'was supposed to eat. 1-leave it to,.you to Imagine what kind of meals were served"  In the small-restaurants" and*'boarding  bouses.     ,' "*   >   ,      , f <\r    ��� ',,���  r* "Moreover, everybody' had, lb submit'  to the strictest orders. > People stood In.  file before the butchcr'and baker'shops  to wait' for their turns.    Each-household  was  furnished  \yllh' a  card  from   the  municipality' authorizi"^ the bearer to  buy" a   certain   amount   of-meat'and  bread.    The cook,!the .housewife,  tho  young girl,' thc little child (menjnevcr  ��� go shopping in* France), were posted fpr  hoursi before   the   shops   in,'' rain   and  -snow,   with''wet   feet,   shivering' with  cold. .-.-The   unfortunate   ones  endured.  without""n   murmur   thes,e   hardships."  Women,'throughout   the   time   of, the'  siege wero setting an example of cour-"  age and self abnegation not-always followed by men. , <  "It was a sad aud touching spectacle','  these long files of ^vomen,  nearly all  dressed  iu* black, 'grouped   before  the'  doors of*"thq dealers,  watched by 'the  national guard, with .whom they at fir-it  were Jaughihg  ancl-chatting,1' till * tbe  sufferings  from  the cold bad 'silenced  (he'laugh and^someilmes brought forth  the tears. <          >             , '    '  . "But in spite of.'aH precautions the,  stores^ onc'by,one^werc exhausted, the  ''provisions, put lu. too late  before the';  siege, were tused up, and, while the, babies,  deprived'of milk,  diedt iu "great  numbers Jbr,' fed -ou  sweet, wine' and  bread,-pined ^slowly away, the big people tried to find .new resources to-prolong their lives."*          d,, ,,'       �� , ��"**  'AA  aV'  X  m  We are Tailoring Specialists, and, apart from 'the question ol economising your 'tailoring  bills by obtaining ^-our clothing straight from the World's .Capital,and' the Home Country, it  will pay you lo get in touch with us." If .you set any value upon'efficiency of workmanship and ���  the* quality, $f material used in youry Tailoringyneeds,.'then you-would be wise in drbppmg a  postcard to our Agents'fair Canada/as addresses below;. A l)y reWn^yoti Will receive a unirj-ja  " ands wide selection" o'f cloths - representing the'choicest and latestrconfections*Jof the; English  ( woollen'markets.' * With these^will beyfoun'd',-jp'-to-date Fashion-plates shoeing the latest styles, '  i-V/^ftl       I       Afa^Aa-a     ��nl]l    N.7 -^*��.     V ��� ���1-        ...     ^l.M<     ..yan     .u....*     ^1v#vom'    ni il.yaaa     !a��     "X? ~a. * wt J^. L.       A _. _ 1. -^      -. ���     ........ I      A? .-tt i       .. i     A   l _  -of'the earth. ^This undertaking-'to fit you1 from" youir^own measurement is-[backed by'our  'unreserved'guarantee to 'refund money in,-full where Mail .Orders" are'not'("executed1 to you  ' thorough and.absolute approval.    ���'"' ,        .<''    "',.,, ��� 7'     *���      v'r  r   ,y       LET   US   LINK   Y��0a  j ���' We invite you to write for .our Free Patters'. Measurement Charfcand Tape, and Booklet  describing, in detail the character of "oiufbusinessy 'All "orders "are -'executed, on* Uie, following  understanding :^���satisfaction to be, given or .cash, in "full to be-refunded. - We'can save you  '50 cents in every'dollar. ,,    )        . .     ,'���",    '   7, > *,' ,.      <J       7-  7, f.    "'*.''./_.  Siiits .to Measure^romf$5..t'4*lo* Sl'S.O  A The Worlds') '���"  Measure-Tailors,  . <f *,.  Generous Mrs. Crewe. ' **'  A gambliug story is told of Charles  James Fox* that rather reflects on his  honor.* lie' was one of the'arden't'admirers of'Mrs. Crewe, a'notpd'beauty  of her day, and,it is related that a= gentleman lost a considerable sum" lo" this  lady at play' aud, being obliged to  leave town suddenly, gave Mr. Fox thc  money to pay her, begging him to apologize to her for his not having paid  the debt of honor in person. Pox lost  every shilling of it before morning.  Mrs. Crewe ofleu met the supposed  debtor 'afterward and, surprised that'  he never noticed I be1 circumstances, at  length delicately hinted the matter to  bim.  "Bless me!" said he. "I paid tbe  money to Mr! Fox three months ago."  "Oh, did you, sir?" said .Mrs. Crewe  good naturedly. "Then probably he  'paid me, and I forgot it."  Passion Flower Fruit.  Few people probably aro aware Unit  there is a variety of tlie passion flow or  which bears a luscious fruit about tiie  bi/e and color of a purple plum. The  botanical uame of the \arlcty i.s I'assi-  llura edulis*.  Risky Revenge.  Gaganini, 'the wonderful violinist,  had a narrow escape at Ferrara from a  violent death. Enraged by some hissing  from tho pit, he resolved to avenge the  insult, and at the close of his programme informed the audience that he  would imitate the language of,various  animals. After having rendered the  notes of different birds, the mewing of  a cat, and the b.-nking of a dog, he,advanced to (be footlights, nnd. saying.  "This is for those who liisbed!" imitated tho braying of an ass'. Al this the  occupants of lhe pit rose, rushed on to  the stage and would probably have  killed their calnmiiiator had he not  hastily retreated.  (Dept    A81), 60/62  CITY ROAp,?FINSBURYf :IiONDONffENGLAND.  Ad<li*oaa fop <��atf jr"n��i-"   " ��� t" ' For Toronto and Eiiit C��n��d�� i- "'   . '        ��� f  ''     7       J .  I CURZON BROS., ofo Mljft.t Directories', Utd.,(Depl.,A $\'"i. V4/70~vChuroh s't.>TOROHTO,'Ont.  For Winnipeg fttheWctti-OURION BROS., o/o Henderson Bro*. (Dept-A '��!.). 2T9 darry St.. WIWNll-EO.  ���    *-     "     T   '"*,-      , , *    i- "     ,*     ���**    PUait mtniion,M* Patnr.<     "'    A   ���V     .���*    -f    ,. ,   ,. , ,   *, ,���   A      '  FOREST  RESERVES.  The Sisters of Charity.  It Is generally understood that the  .-���rderof the Sisters of Charity original  ed with Constance, daughter of Uele  na, the* mother of Constantino,' who.  devoted to works of kindness, was attended by a band of Roman maidens  whom sho had animated with Ihu.spirit  Such was t'he'dbegilining of .the, .Sisters  of Charity.  ',,.-.'.'���". /  ��� Ebony. '  Ebony was esteemed -as.'nii article ol  luxury by the ancients. In India it was  employed by kings for scepters and  images and, as it was supposed to annul the power of poisons,'.was often  made into drinking cups. ���     ' 7  Fixing   His Status.  A waiter spi.led uoiiie soup on' the  elolliing of a portly, choleric old gi-inJe  man dining with hi-, wife in an up  town lobster p,il,n*. the other night,  whereupon Via old gem Ionian Jumped  to his feet and, calling the iii:iii.i^er.  buret Into a tirade which ended with  the somewhat ajiticlimatic charge that  the waiter was "uo gentleman."  "This man Is not supposed to he n  gentleman," said the manager coldly.  "Ho is merely  a   waiter."      f  Tommy Spoke.  Minister���If any one present can  show cause why this coupled should not  become,man and wife, lot bim speak  now or forever hold Ids peace.' Tommy  -I kin.-mister, lie thinks aunty's only  twenty-flve, and.she's forty.     .  Their' Object' to Supply 'Timber*.and  , *' A\ , Conserve5 Water. . A A-5r7  ' A..for&blLreserye- is. uo^an.jirea^rf  forest lunda where _uo tiees , wlmUviji,-  are" allowed to'be cut.; Tho object in  setting aside th'e laud for, the reserve  is not ,tp 'prohibit cutting altogether  but lather to regulate the cutting and  generally to treat the forest so Ihat a  continuous cr6p of limber may be taken off thc aien, instead of having, it  cut over once or perhaps- twice and  then   left  w-i^te. * >���  1 Experience in other lands has demonstrated thai'sweh a continuous crop  of forest" trees can be giown,,nnd the  setting aside of forest reserves is one  of tlie first steps taken in the introduction of such a policy in this country. Crop after crop can be taken  off the same nrea���of course al Widely separated intervals, for half a century is a short pcrio'd to allow for a  crop of timboi -to mature. , *    '  Thc  piimary object of a forest  rc-  seivc  is   thus,to .provide  for   a.   perpetual   supply  of    timber.      Another  impoiian, object of the ie��cives is .o  protect   the   -water" supply,   both   tlie  domcbtic supply  for towns and cities  and also tlio supply lo be used fqr the  genera lion, of   power.     The   effect   of  forests  at the headwaters of  sticanis  is to regulate the How so as to inakc  it constant throughout the year���not a  torrent in spring and n nearly diied-  up stream-bed in the heat of summer.  To be valuable as a source of power  a stream   must   .furnish  a    constant  and   regular   supply   of   water.     Very'  low water in  a stream  fiom which  a  town., or city derives its water supply  has often meant a great ileal of sickness, (perhaps in the form of an epidemic),  for  tho  people of that place.  Where  the  forest  is,  (he snow melts  moic giadually in thc spiing, and (he  rain"  of spring and summer soak  into  the  |_'">und,     which     actrt  like    a  sponge, and   flow off moic    giailuaily  than   where  the fiHc-d  is lemovod.  In liilly and niAuiitainnius legion1-  the cutting off of the foic-tls has often  led in lhe v..Almig away of tile t-oil.  Thi'. has made it impossible for the  foii"-t- ti. gio'iv ncrnin. ami moi.<"i\ei  ha*- led to tlie tiltiiiu up ol the mui*  in the vallev-. which innili; ncre.s-iry  the '"���pcndituie of laigo sums in  diedgnig them out iif-'inn Good example's of fliia liuiv'be seen in the  iieighbfiihond of the Appalachian  Mountains  in  ll.o   United  Stale-,.  Some rcscives aie impoitiuit f.s  well in .[iiirirshiug, recicntion foi the  people, but the two essentia.! objects  of tiie .reserves, are those of providing for a perpetual crop of, timber  arid of protecting tiled water :supply  for power and domestic use."   i:  rcui for >oflice?A ,,.,  ���_. v. fr .. \ ,t _.��p .  ' '"TsTd-*but. *f.Avrole:a letlei- Vo'n-dtnp  some-* fellows that'   needed  * ron^fnig.  and the paper didn't'ppint a lino/' "  "Did voir sign yaut name?" '"    ,  "Certainly not.    Do you >think I'm  a chump?"���Philadelphia Ledger.   . _-*   (  Three packets of Wilson's Fly Pads  cost twenty-live cents, and will kill  more flies than twenty-five dollars'  Yorth of sticky  paper. /  "Could j*ou give, a stixrving woman  work?"       ' ,  ,  "Yes, but T must tell you flint wo  have five children.".     ���   ,  "Thanks. I'll keep on starving."-���  Louisville Coun'ei-Jounial.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distempar.  Young Kit/.noodic (with a ynwnl���  Ya-as, weally, it costs me five thousand a year just to live, don't y'know.  Fanner i Lord pan���Don't yc pay1 it'  'Taint wuth' it.���Judge.  "fThc-firfeuni  "Sammy," said liis menu uncle,  "how would you feel if f werullo give  yon   a' penny?"  "I think," replied Sammy, "thnt 1  should feel n little faint nt. fir*-.!,  but I'd try and get over, it."���Sacred  Heart Review. .  hent of -itb *'!���!- ^4?i  .Wa^aik^tiya'party ol XtoafiGJi  vis^Jtis ifjiifrt^ljijil   <-rho"l <s4T  rcc'itatidil "he '-'inv-iled  dim !4<j  tioh'flio Hchaln-r's-iuid <>-*'-i''-,^,|  acccptecl'"the invilntinn   "IJmh  ishid he ,loJii1i:oi5jr-fitcod l*i.  tell nie who George AVn.-hin=v-j  ''ls*��,   ^surr,' t wits ,the  "-'''''(if  '"He w^ H "Merieiin pi'ii I*-"   *i  -ight,   -Aii'd'cHU  y'vu   <-'" !>*1  George "AYaBhingt'Sn   wa-  K''f_,���..  for?" "Ihs,, sun-.    'K*^-1** rr\^m  'cos   'cfvJiH'n  'Sferican ''i1 ''���'^^  Irewth.'*;    The je3t wn.- s-'M-4 W~  lull's Juurnal.   ' . SffiS  A   Mild   Pill   for  Delicatf *'tf  The most doliealo woninn  in  a  course  of   I'miiiiilft*'. \?\  Pills wifboul 'c.-ir of  uwtlriwrl  sequences.    Thoir actio", fthik-i  *y   effective,   is  inild" aid i*.;-*'  N'o  violent  pains  or   piiiiiiii.-  iheir use. ns thoustuid^ ft ^'"'  "inve   u't-ed   lliem   can     tj*srl'f.  are   lherefoic,   strongly  i*-'"*'r,,"'f   . .  to   women,   who   mo   ii."r'- !"^^  dieoideis of the digestive l1';"'^^  men. *.    ' '  , g*al  "Do vou think" the \wrl>! :  worse?"  '���Dumio n^i it is.C rc-|'ci,'V,>{  uian.   "They're   telhn-  ill-- >f  flofics 1   heaid  when 1 \'.i*.*'  Edyth���I told him there wa4*. no use  wasting his time, (as I didn't intend  lo many him, nnd that if he wiote  to me 1 would return hiy letters' unopened.  Afnyinc���O, yon shouldn't have done  Hint. Ifo micht have oncloscd mat-  rnee ticki'fh rn some of them.���-Chicago News.  House flics spread ro-itac^j  eases such as typhoid '<���'���'''.��� f  fever, sniallpox and C'i'*.'"|  Wilson's Fly' Pads kill tk K-|  tho disease germs ton  ���"'Pa,  what is  n  ix.hti '���' !-"-8  "A   man   who   is abb*  way   the   crowd   ii* sictA-  vrith loud  whoop-1 in  il'.'i  -ITomo Ileiald.  Stari thd Day RigSit by Eating  for breakfast with milk or cream and a little fruit l;  is a muscle-building food, easily digested by tin- ��'���"'���  dehento  btomnch.  Puts .Vim  and   Vigor into tired  nerves and weary brains  1    ..       ,     f   Sold  by  all grocoi-sfA'.  m.  m'Ap  SculcU upon an ice howldcr and jilucid-  ly nmoktnrj a I .inj conicoh pipe.  deeper tonight than when the Speedwell sank, but not so deep as In tho  Governor "Wlnlhryp. When I came up  I swam to the berg, found   this  nook ., -         . .     . ,���;   ,,  sail, was the nionst.e1]- piece of Ice upon I  -*-ld erawicd in.   Glad I was to see you, | "��"���J''^, ol,le,'0r*1i ''.���-"_ ��t Kingston ue  J ^)~D/'n't r���t    A uiiiteur Sportsman  Which!'tiiey bad sbiiitcred Ihewselvis       for I feared that you had foundered."  Pompeii.  Pompeii remained a .heap-of hardened mud aud ashes from A. D. 70 to the  year 1502, when the architect Fontaua,  ln cutting an aciueduct, came upou  some ancient buildings. It was not,  however, until IT-IS, over a century  and a half after Fontana's discovery,  that the "finds" were recognized as being a part of Pompeii.  Treaties.  The first formal and  written treaty  made in England with any foreign na  Economy may be ||10 road to wealth.  but  niiu-lciithsfi'r ih.is-e who arc com.  pelh-il to travel It never i-e.u-li lhe goal  -Chii-agn News.  A Hard (Case,  ^Iis wife earns her own money."  "Indeed!   I   did  not   know  she  employed."  "Oh, yes; hard nt it all tbe time."  "What does she do?"  "Works him to give up."  Thc Oil of Povyur.-���It is not.claimed  for Dr. Thomas' Heloeine Oil that i  will dire every, ill, l,iut its uses'are so  ���various that it may be looked" upon  as n general pain killer. ; '��� Ti has  .nehicved that groatnoK.s for itself and  (ill attempts, to surpass it liiiye'.laile'd...  Its excellence is'known lo''all who  hlive'������tested its , virtue'-' and 'learned,  hy experience'.  $88  wa��  A w.ornri.n , docsiri,' obje'et f.fi a, lm'  band with a will of his own���provide,  it is in hoi- favor..  Why  Ho  Fretted,  Amateur  Sportsman   (after'shooting  hill best friend)-Too bad, loo bad!   Hut  I  thought you. were-  deer.    The  Vic-  tween  Henry   II Land  (he dauphin of | Don't fret!   Why  py&Wttx&l-h  ��&&^M!��sm^MB^  Franco on Sent. II, .1217,  wife a pair of horu.t  man, j promised my  Minard's Liniment cures Colds, 8cc  'Lilttlft Elnier���Mamma says you arc  ti. duck of- a cloctor.  '������ Pompous   M..D.   (greatly   plcascd)--  Inrleerl !    T-Iriw  did   she    come  to say  that?  Little' Elmer���Oh. she didn't pay it-  just Unit way, hut, I heard lier 'tell  papa you worer u ��� cpmclc���Cliicigo  News.  Eddy's   Matches   havo   hailed  irom    Hull   since   in;"''" .,.,  /cars   of  Constant     Bottormont  have   resulted      in     Erif  reaching   a   Height   of   Perfection  attained  by  No Othi'is-  in   Canada-  ^^TgWg%earsi*ite*^3ia7*r  %8&_?  ft-^airfi ���s  THE    LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  .1'  X  Health  Mxreitt. ' ,  problem Dr. A. \V.  o||jood has helped many  Tgpjpl�� to solve by rea-  Eraordinary blood form-  j&building qualities,  ^foundation for health  od^'and a vigorous' nor-  !T'iiss,|ls, ,,   '    '  Sne|^result Irom  the  use  'Side's 'Nerve I'obd. Ivven  ggMw , of this  great  res-  'gJp���ure',for, nervous   ex-  swMotlon, and   paralysis,  .pfpyerlooked Jt as a tomo  'JM'syHlcm when it gdts  jgou feel weak and mia-  F'"Weaver,:Pt. Dalhou-  fg,!���-"For three years rl  tpitrft full hour'B sleep  plains and headaehoa  -ne* wild.  Eight ���' boxes  ���Torve ��� Food < have en-  m" ",   ���  fand signature of,'A.  jX, -'the'famous Receipt  R/Pvery box. ,50 cent*  |or' Edmanson, ' Bate*  sfef.;. -;���'"���' ;  r- Chase's  GHfST  STORY.  te Food  r 'tailoring  Country, it  inship and  flipping a  i a unifj-ja  c; English  .est styles,  gilt tip-to-  'orld-widc,  lotest part  id by'our  .etftoyc-a  id Booklet  s, following  save you  Jl��  3d ttifc, motorist;,, vtho  sy-iimiirn'oticnble." '  k*yas**a sciential'?", ,  |a,fmiui pf experience,  aiginci ��� breaks or' your  fjout. nniul , loaves you  gorider in a cloud banlc  ��iig to get a team "of  p-ou, out?"���.Wushihg-  HjM.ai?"1'1'''8''" a'* *h'sfit'ur<-  ^J^wesz-rriany" Jiidios. Hol-  iQSXmfmtQ  will -remove' 'the  .;.|fe''ail'*A; ''/7,   f  _W8^rfas'<��*r. I*havc  iMrgd-ftln  wliat-rwav?**'    -  ^S~-VV(jll'f L suspected  JSSPP"* A asked ���several*  BdS��..that  you^go ,lo   thc  jrou   kriew how'-lo play,  ^.���oue of them thought  |aifl you didn.'l.���Chi-  The   Opectral   Horseman   That   VJtit*  Wycollar  Hall.     '  1 This ghost story is contributed by a  i correspoutleut of an English iqugaziiio:  "Wycollar Hall, near Colne, was long  the sent of the, CuuMffes of Billington,  Tbey wore noted persons In their lime,  but evil days came, and'their ancestral  estates passed out of, their bauds,   la  , the days of the'common wealth  their  loyalty cost thpm doar, and ultimately'  they retired to Wycollar with a  rem. I  nant only of their once extensive property.   About 1810 Ih�� last of the family passed, away, and the hall ,ls now a  mass of ruins.   Little but tho antique  fireplace remains!entire, arid even .the  rooip   alluded    to*  in    tho   following  legend cannot now bo Identified*.' Tradition   says   that  once  every'-year  a  specter horseman visits Wycollar flail.  He Is  attired   In , the costume of "tho  early Stuart period, and the trappings  'of his horse are of a most uncouth description. ��� ' A'      "' , !    *-  "On   the   evening' of   his, visit   the  weather is always rwild and, terapestu-  cms.*1 ,Tbero is  no moon to, light  the  'lonely roads, and the residents of the  1 district, do  not'r venture  out  of  their  cottages.   When {ho wind howls loudest tlie horseman can  be heard dashing up, the road at rmi speed, and.* aft-  er crossing tbe narrow bridge, he.sud-  plenty stops at i, the,', door of ..tbe, hall.  The rider then  dismounts and  makes  bis way lip (he broad oaken "stairs into  one of, the rooms of thorhouse. ; Dread*'  r",'. "-yearns, as, from a 'woman,  aro  ��� then  beard,  which  soon  subside   into'  gi-oans. 'The horsomamtben' makes his  ,appcarnuce nt lhe door."at' once mounts  'ills steed and gallop's o(T.        /     '.    '    .  "His l>ddy can  be seenythrough-by  those who mayr chance ,ti>' be*present;  his horse appears to be'wlld^vllh rage,  and, Its, nostrils stream "with flroJ The  tradition   IsUliat one of the'Cunllffes,  murdered   his wjtfe 'In /bat room and  that tho specter "horseman Is tbe ghost  Free Sample  sure ���  the merits  of C'el  luloid  Starcl:  THE TORTURES  WOMEN SUFFER  i!, JS.'^ cTw^^���^ �� jCa�� b* Reliev^   Keeping the  SPONGE   DT-/ERS.  Hardly a  Single Caphonder of Tripoli  Escapes  Paralysis.  once  y   o   i  h a v i  .. ' .��� . . trie <-'  it you will use no other kind, that w�� wll  send you a large,,package free. Senc  your name and address on a post card  , When you're in a hurry you can't ota-cl  your linen with common blarch���cookint.  takes time1���rubbing.it' in takes niur.  tiiiiu���ho'does a sticky iron. ;t  .4SWvcU  ' Never Sticks. 'Requircs'no Cooking  ���ThtlinuitrordBLiircli Worlo. Llialu.il. Unuitft.nl. CuuulT  A lawyer once, asked a rrnnn wlio  had at various times sat^ on .several  juries. ','Who, influenced you most���  the lawyers,, the witnesses,' or the  Judge?" He expected " to' get some  useful and interesting information,  from bo experienced-a juryman. This  ���was the .man's reply? "I'll tell yer,  sir, ,'ow I makes *up my mind.- , I'm  a plain, man,*, and' a reasonin.' man,  and I ain't .influenced by nnv thing  the lawyers say, nor by what the wit-  hes&es saj*y no, nor by, what tlui Judge  'Bays, ...I just looks -at'tlio man in the  flock, and I says, 'If he ain't done  ndthing, why's he there?' And 1  brings 'cm,,all in guilty."--Christian  Register. "    '"     , t'  ��������    ��� ���  ana so the warmer' parts of. the ocean. Tho  d��e" i I I'atl1 sP<>nges are chiefly obtuiucd froia  o n "u I t,le astern half of the Mediterranean,  where they occur at all depths down to  200 .ratboras and are obtalued by dlr-  lng, dredging or harpooning. ���  yV.'riting lu Harper's Magazine, O.  W. Furlong* gives an account of the  ,-work of tho Greek sponge clivers off  the coast of Tripoli, in north .Africa.  Attacks by sharks anddogfvh have  gradually frightened away the cornmoa  divers, who dive waked with a piece of,  flat marble and a lifie, and the field In  left clear for the "caphauders," as the  men are called who use air pump, suit  and helmet.  'The greatest enemy of the caphandcr  Is paralysis, hardly a' single diver os-  calling from,11 In some form or other.i  Tlie great cause of this disease Is'ilm  sudden' relief of pressure' due to I lie  rapid ascent, the dangerous* symptom's  appearing when, the diver emerges uito  the fresh air.*'  , Strangers It may,seem, a partially  paralyzed diver on descending luto tha  jvators recovers the use'of his "llinba  again, and bis .circulation becomes normal. To battle with this scourge ill*  Greek government bas issued regulations as t* (he depths to.whlcfi a diver  shuli go and haslalso provided a iios-  pilai.ship and a' sponge divers' hospital on shore. 7. ,'  Blood Supply Rich With Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.  A   woman   needs   a   blood   building  medicine regularly just because she'is . ,..~ �����^ ��� lMC,    ... iook  ,a woman.    From  maturity to middle*   the young man so long to loam that  111     til On��l   , lion.-..' ,., _    r   I     l.f_      ^-.  , - *.��***v  '     WHICH   WAS   RIGHT? "  See if You Can Untangle the Knots In  This Problem.  A young man named Enathlus de-  slrcd to ieiiru eloquenco aud art of  pleading, mid he bargaiued ^vlth Protagoras, the ancient Creek sophist, for  instructions, agreeing to pay one half  af tbe fee down and the other half on  Ihe first day ,he galued a case.    It took  life, the health and' happiness if  every woman 'depends 'upon' lier  blood, its richness and, its regularity,  ff her blood is poor arid watery she  !i> weak, languid,-'pale and-nervous.  If her blood supply is irregular she  suffeis from headaches, backaches,  ���udeuohes and the other un*,peakaolc  di.-tios   which   only    women   'know.  his tutor came to the conclusion that  be was delaying' his start In business  lo avoid paying the.other half of the  fee, so I'rotagoras.sucd him for the  money..  When thc case came up for trial Protagoras said to the young man; "You  act   most   absurdly,   young   ruin,   be-  Some ,women 'have  grown   to- expect    rause In either case'you must pay me  Vi',.1   "lf,,urinS,.;it.    rt$uhV   'interval.*    if tlie judges decide against youT you  ind   to, bear   it   m  lTopejess   silence.           - -- ���- *    ' *  Hut' women would escape much ei  this misp'ry if they took a box > or two  l>f Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills to help  ',hom ovei each critical'period. "Fhesse  l'ills actually make new blood. , They  iiclp n woman just When nature make's  thc greatest demand upon her- blood  .supply. They have done this for thou-  ���innds of'women throughout' Canada,  '.vhy  not for you?  Gilbert'.s Cove.  ��� In the treatment of summer' complaints the most effective remedy that  can be,used is Dr. J>D, Kollogg's Dysentery. Cordial. It is * a stiindarcl  preparation,-and many people employ"  it in preference'to other preparations.  Tt~-iS a highly concentrated 'medicine'  and its "sedative and curativcouali-'  ties* ' * '- " " "- " "  ri   iiopi  FREAKS, OF   RAZORS.  Catarrh'  t of 'im *'!���!-��'4i  ���mrtv oi .Vises**1*  )ii]   ���-I'liO'.t ^  iv-iied  Hi*-'"' '**  .-und m\u ^fe*  itntJ"n   "/>.'*'  y-frtcod \?A''  rgo"Wn.-.lii:i'-,V:  s ,the m'iW'  -iettn pci' r'l!   -i?���  I   y"vu   h'!l **�����"*  :tf>i*i   wn*.  Mericau ''i1' '''���SB  ,t wn.* t-'^'tf {8|^  M  ir Delicatf *'t'\  to woniPii c  I'mmt-Jix*-'- \<'Xii  ir of  wuilctn.it.  r action. ^\At\  inild " in il  .'.;.  a  or   piiiriiii.  l^illlde ft ���**"  can     ti'sfbh  rougly  K,\r|("1i  me   ii!*"'' !"-^_  digestive oi.-"-^  Ttments'. for  ntain. Mercury, 1  y[l,'_ surely   destroy   thc  ind completely derange  jjjem��� wjieri .entering' "if  gcoua Surfaces.* - Such  [never be,; used .except  ���Ti-frqm' reputable phy-  jdamags^they, will  do'  _ good you can po8'siJ'  % therm'" Hull's' C��.-  pufnclifred' by  V.   JA  .'lloledo,  0.,* contains  d,is takcrt internally.  ip��n. 'the   blood ''and  :0i^ thc system.   ' In  itarrh '..Cure ,bc, sure  fine.   "It is taken;in-'  jle^ in'Toledo,; Ohio:  ffc Co.   Testimonials  . -_ ��� _.,    ������.^u.,.i. .... tuw (.um.   i.   i^u|y..icLi  .iiiuuiuuiu, iur   innuy   yours  of* tho,rnurderer.f who Is doomed to pay arid thousands can attest-its,superior  an aanunl-tylsit^lo the home of ,bis jaualities in overcoming,dysentery and  victim. -'Rlie ,ls K.'ild t'n-'iifivn np../ii/.'fy>>i   kindred -complaints. :   ?.=<_-, A  Nell���Maude has,16st a good'friend,  j   Belle���Why,  have "they  quarrelled?  Nell-ft*?o; tlfey, lire inarried.'��� Philadelphia  Record, i '���   .     ���    * ' L,     ,  '  ^victlm.-'Slie.ls siild to; have predicted  fthc 'extinction   or 'the   family, /which,  according''to the'story* has "been literally .fulfilled.",  ,  ."   .,     ^ -,  *-.*   4 '   ��� *      -    -''    '       -'     , v  .THE critics:'  Per-  said  y. v \    i ���*   .  jstsA Price/'75c'  jicr  ���j? . ������ .7' *  ��� *'"-'" "r  family ' Pilld "for ''.qon-'   * *.- -   i.'- ���  5's insulted; -  Theso,  Observers    Were    Wholly  '  i f> I sonal In -Their'Judgments.'"  ;;The ci-Itlcal faculty,. Is" rare,",', ������,..  an editor and,critic at a Philadelphia  fart club,   "it nnist be impersonal.*0But  ,most of us lncll,iie to, be wholly pergonal .iu our criticism.   The fact was  , brought home, lo me at orie'df the'cxhl-  - bltlons nt the Academy, of KIrie Arts.  ���,  VPassinff fi-onr'plcturp , to" picture,, 1  overboard   many   criticisms.,  Thus   a  ".lady tn a rich gown"said:   -      ���."*'"  /- " 'What a superb portrait of a 'young  girl!   It should''certainly'win'the Carnegie prize.   It Js easy lo see that tho  gown was. made by,Paquin.',    **     , ���* t  "A' fat, red nosed man in a fur lined  .'> i  Your'diningtroom_ and  kitchen  can  The New York woman-who'succeeded in'posing "as a man for nine'years  "must have"mci&torqcl ihe art'of getting  off a street car properly.      "*   '  tori i'ost.      ',' ,  -Wabhing-  ^he' Letter,'That, CanW  jier Husband. r "    A \   .  ||,sa!d Mrs. Knew to her  gho entered his home a  go,   "I've.been dread-  rreiieatcd Mr. 'Knew ln-  *y  whom ?"  ither."    , ,  BPIora? Konsciise, dear.  ||st womnu In the world.  Id she Insult you? , Sho  '$ miles away."  she did insult me," pcr-  s'aiid  it 'was done in  a  ovcrcoat\halted  before a picture"eutl  tied 'The, Luncheon.* ' A     -, ***' -  f "M !Tb!s" still, Ilfe.'ybe  exclaimed, i��is  the-most-admirable'I have ever seen:  _ Terrapin, canvasback, ���'champagne, lob-  ��� ster,"- even jPerigord* pie���ahf^what* a  ygenius.;y,"       \      ',.   . y  '"lb,this historical painting.' I heard  an*niitlfiuary saj'.,,'tlie"costumes are ac-  .curate In every detail. The painter Is a  second Raphael.'   '.     ' .,,  "That" horse' there,' said a young  polo player, 'is exactly like my Poda-  sokus. It's the best picture in the exhibition.'  "An athlete uttered a cry of delight  before a daub called 'The Gladiator.'  " 'What shoulders! What arms!' he  said, 'I bet anything (he1 jury gives  this painting (he highest award.'  "And half the throng,, departing, said:  * !' 'The picture In "tbe last room Is the  .best 'No, we didn't see it���-couldn't get  to  it,   In   fact���but  it "draws  far and  away thc biggest,crowd.' "  . ' LEFT FOR WINNIPEG. ' - ,  , Wawanesa, Jinn.���Mr." John. Kennedy'took his wife to 'Winnipeg last  Thursday to he'operated upon by, Dr.1-  F. W. *y,' Burnham, ihe Broadway sur  geoH. -.)'���'   ." "..I'.-,-   ��� *   .'     -'���*���'���",  /'Does it cost much  lo lived in the  city?"-"asked* thc 'old   lady, from   the  famuli,Village.   ,   ,    ���(.',"  "Oh, mo/' "replied her cilyf nephew-;  ' "it doesn't cost fihy",more to'live in  the city thaniit,Ldoes in.'the cduntrj  but' it-costs  th'i'c-e, time-*"��� -" ������--->-   '  keep '' up    appearances  News.  th'i-C'e  times*"as" much.,to  ���" Chicago  the vi rl'!'!*  <,{" rc*|,f*"'!'-'  tc-lhri' i!i-' ���������  .-heii 1 \*.i* ������  rend roatagiC  .'pltcud  fi'v-T. ���  and tW  U kill tk "-  ton.  gg^^^oplabout IL'   A letter came  ^^^this|i'jnoruiug   addressed   in  KJSptlief'SjUfainlwrltiug, and so. of  flv-opened'lt" ��  tourse^said Mr. Know dryly.  JaffSwritt-ai to you all the way'  IHSyou* understand?"  ^underteand  that, but,where  -an^ji^to you come In?"  mosfscrlpt     When   I   read  ���tbapflt said, .'Dear  Ftora-  ^tjggiye this letter to narry;  g^to|bavo Itf   Now, tell me,  insult?"  cary  brii^  arc thc "ounce of  ^saves many a dol-  'Kccp   disease   from  '^it will never lay 3-du  ���.- --������ro...,^ ..-3s asrainst all life's  f ��n��SKdr**are: A Sound Stomach,  ^_3&y^if��ey8, Regular Bowels  si.'^tStes<*rfea,i*A.'fs''.  'hi     thousands���both  ~~ . Mole Superstitions.       '      ..  According to tradition, if you have a  .mole on your chin you may expect to  be  wealthy,   while  if you, have It" under your nrui'lt promises you  wealth  and   honor as  well.     A   mole  ou   the  ankle  Indicates courage.    On  the  left  temple a mole Indicates that you  will  And  friends among  tho great ones of  the earth,  but If It  be placed on  the  right  temple  It   warns you  of coming  distress.     A   mole   on' n   man's   knee  means that he may expect to marry a  rich   woman. ,   A   mole 'on   the   neck,  promises'wealth     If you  have a> mole  on  your nose you  are going  to  be n  irrcat traveler.    A  mole on the throat  Indicates hc'.-iltb and wealth.  Th�� Way the   Grain ;of the  Blades   It  "       ' '��� Sometimes Reversecl.. .      H'  ���   The finest/grades. of razors'are' so  delicate that even the famous Damas-  . .�����  ow���w.B    ouauuive .y���u���-   ?u.    swo,rd  Wades  cannot" equal  them  *a>�� beyond question. "Tt has'been    to. texture. - lt Is not, generally known'  opular .medicine, for' many  years    ^at tJ-e grain of,a.Swedish razor is so  thoiiKfindu f.nn nitnai. .Ha .ounnvinv    sensitive  that  Its  general  directionJ, ia  ���;changed after a short service. , Whoa  you buy'a'-flne'razor, ^be grains'run  from the.upper end'of. the outer point  in a diagonal direction'toward'the hau-  '.dle.;r Constant "stropping will "twist .(he  steel "until,*,the'' grain   appears   to   be  straight up'and down., Subsequent use  'will drag the grain'outward'froni^tha  .edge, so that after steady use for sev-.  ' -inlhs the Ober of the steel occu-  posltlon exactly the 'reverse of  hich ,it did on tlie'day of purchase.     The   process   also affects   tho  temper' of  the   blade,   and   when   the.  grain sets from the lower outer" points'  ttoward   the   back   you   have   a   razor  which cannot be kept in condition even'  by the most conscientious barber.   But  here's another curious freak that 'will  take place in   the same' tool:  If you;  leave the razor alone for a mouth or  two and tako it up. you will find that  the grain bas assumed Its first position.  Tho oper-allon can, be'.repeated until the,,  steel is 'worn  through  to  the" back.���'  'Strand"1 Magazine.        '   ,      ' ."''*'   "  >    .1    . ; ni<       ��� "������������  Old Scottish'-'Sancluary.       �����"'.'  ..The old sanctuary'bf the Abbey and  Palace���of Ho!yrood liouse,'to quote the  full description,' was an interesting institution."   Tbe  debtor" was free-from  arrest during tb'e week.-   On Entering  tbe sanctuary lie enrolled himself in a  formal manner,and obtained.a&'rootn���  that is, if he cpuld pay for it    There  was a public house within the boundaries,   and  it  was. not   uncommon   to  see the,debtor in the Inn playing domi-  nos and his creditor standing looking  in  at, the  window"* ,witb   wistful eyes.  The debtor w;as safe, and he' knew it,  and the face of the creditor told ,lhe  same tale.    Sunday being a dies nou,  the debtor could  leave  his  sanctuary  and visit his family, but be had to be  careful to get back to Holy rood on Sunday night.  Sometimes a debtor had the  temerity to leave on a week day, but  he did so at his peril.���London Globe.  M rs."'Joseph Kinney, Gi  AS'-'.S.,  Pays:���"For  ten. years   I suf  fered" from ' nervousness     and   those  troubles''that, nfiike ^lie   lives   of  so  many women.one of almost constant  'ilihCiry.    At   times   I   would   bo   confined'to my bed for weeks.'*   I spent  deepless .nights  nnd "seemed   to.Jo^e  'ill 'courage. * T  tried  Several doctors  h*it they, failed   to   give   me  any :e-  lief.'   The last doctor I.consul ted,.told  'ne frankly that ^lia could not undertake my case unless I would undergo  nn  examination.    Tt' wa? 'then' I 'decided to give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  ,'i trial.    After taking six boxes I was  much .improved in health? but I continued to lake the  pills for a couple  of months, more  when  I, felt  like 'a  new' wohian, *and was enjoying- such  health,, as T had not-experienced'foi;  ten years before.    I have,, had no, rejj.  turn of this trouble sjnce./but I have  used- the  Pills  once  since  that  time  fdr- the fitter effects of la grippe and  the'result was-all-I hoped for. .These  must pay, and I�� they decide for you  you must pay, for you will then havo  caiued your case." ���  "You are wrong," replied the young  man. "I will win cither way. if the  judges are. for"me. I will not have to  -pay, and if they areagainst me I will  uot linvu to pay, for this last was tbe  very bargain b'etweeu us���namely, If I  did Dot,win my cuso."  The Judges considered, the case inox-  i'i  IMPORTING   LIVE   STOCK.'  Customs   Regulations   Respecting   the  ��� Free Admission of Animals'for  the   Improvement' of Stock.   *  On July 1st Uiore came into effect  new   regulations   mgarding   the   custom   entry  of animals  imported  into  Canada for the improvement of stock.  pllcablo, and as tbey could not see Heretofore all certificates of regi&tra-  thelr way to any -decision-they ad- I h'on which were apparently genuine  Jotirrjod the Jcase to a day' that never   w"ere  accepted 'by custom officers forH  carner for n " 'll       *   "' ' ""   "  Protagoras*  be base to a day' that never I w'ere  accepted 'by custom officers for.,  nny of   tbe  principals.    On j l-"le Pl,rP0l,s *!.��� free entry. -Under, the  s' side It was a case of los-  new   regulations   either   a   Canadian  he  won  and 'on  .),��, ������������   ^''t-hcate', of _ rcgittration   or   an   im-  ing wben  he  won  and  on the young  student's side winning when he lost.  ,'AfllMALS   AMBIDEXTROUS  men who suffer as' I did."  > You ,can gfet-these. Pills from, anv  dealcl- in medicine or by mail at DO  cents ,a box of six- boxes for $2.50  -from The Dr. Williams' -Medicine  Co.',   Brockville,   Out. "  " -  Squire���Haven't' had nl' job since  Easter,   h-aven't you?  What  are .you?  Tramp���I'm a 'ot cross' bun maker.  ���Punch. . '  .  0  Minard's   Liniment  in   Cowsf  Cures     Garget  SIGN   OF  A   BEATEN , MAN.  ���cs'i,  ���vtraen���keep healthy  by  thkt'"'has  stood thc test  PIL  \?fr?;\i��?3%^i*'f%*l!Xs  stooa tne t<  ^&^?Jfl?��entury ai,d is now used  ���^er\tflteih>��civilized globe.    They  WTO��\blood,   strengthen   the  ^"ye^ytgulite thc bowels, aid thc  i im?5?ys8��Vl cure stomach troubles.  *fSiS����p&*% n��vous force and rc-  . E��rJ^nftjJll\peffects   of   overeating.  rrt���Slle?lt,*,af����uard against indiges-  ���<tiom*bihoiis!ness and dyspepsia.  nl    nS~k^%?,chan,'s   Mis   regularly  .NAD'! a^^^mtain good health  ^^mall G'osf  "1Soid E*ery\tiere.     I" boxes 25 cents,  '^M^lifeR TWINE,  The  Silent Winners.  Examine our list of presidential can  ���I Ida I os and see how f*-w of them made  ttump tfpecches. .  fleorge Washington made none.  Thomas .lefferson made noi^e.  John Adams. John Qiilucy Adams,  James Madison, .lames Monroe made  none.'  N'eithcr did Andrew Jackson, nor  .Martin Van Kurcn, nor tteneral Harrison, nor James K. Polk, nor Franklin  Pierce, nor James Uuchnnau.���-Jefferson Ian.  A Fortunate Man.  One day a young matron to tho  market place did go, where she bought  an oyster pl.int, then set it out to grow.  Said she. "Next winter we'll have oysters, fresh oysters every day, and what  a saving it will he, with,notjii. cent to  pay.** Oh, but hubby should be thankful It was his lot In life to get such a  saving woman, for,his own little wife."  ^����"*  _-3ITl  tdy's  U'l-5.  Prt'o nil  1. ..nl cara  OulKn.-y  $4.Y5  5.25  6.75  ftn Sir w th Qan^i��n r��w��  2J2M S2 '��-�������f-al. SO lt��  .      gAj     ��""   W^a'a-aOHia  "**    wlatrlS "ooaptoa tor on s bnro~  gSiioniVLSI^  0.D, P��*BlI.t��....,,n.m.ana��R.i  I ^    "W 9��^DAGS CO ��� Mlnaenpoli.. Minn.  ME,^'"V)  Vreo on  bnard ..nr*  WlnnlpM*  $473*8"  4.88  5.38  r nu.ro. Torii.K .-.Hflll  nhh.iD.int and antla-  ' ��� ',   ���   An  Eyo Opener. ,',','  "Eight o'clock." oxclnimed a guest at  nhoti'l. yawning, ���'and I'm so sleepy I  i*an scarcely, open iny eyes!"  "Shuli I bring your bill, sir?" inquired  ��� i waiter.  .Submarine  Navigation.  Tho idea of the submarine is certainly as much as 200 years old, but rnoii  of the earlier plans were flat failures,  fn 1774 ap inventor named Day lost his  life during an experimental descent in  'Plymouth   souud.:     liushnell   of   Connecticut   in   3775  contrived   a   subma-  rino   vessel   propelled    by   some   kind  of screw..   Itobert Kultoii'also In 1790  invented a box which when filled with  combustibles   might   be   propelled   miller water and made to explode under  the bottom of a ship.    It is hard to say  who was the originator of tho idea of  the submarine boat unless ll was Day.  Runner ' Who    Looks    Behind    Almost  '      .Sure to Lose the Race.  "Tliere are many more good distance  ruiiners,now lliau in my days,"'said an  old   lime  champion   after  watching  a  three, mile   scratch   race  at  the  New  Vork   Athletic club  games.    "But thc  habits of thc runners have not changed  any,   for  I   noticed one! little  trick  in-  'the race that bore the slgn'iticance that  used to attach.to it  ,    "To  the* casual   onlooker' there  was  nothing   to   choose   between   tbe   two  leaders when tbey were beginning the  last quarter of ra mile,   niglst from the  crack of the pistol they wero running  almost stride for stride' with the low,  graceful, easy action of the real  long  distance runner.   -  "Neither had called iuto use the reserve power which must be utilized in  the Gnal sprint for victory when they,  turned into, the stretch for the final  lap. Then one of thorn "slightly turned  his head to see wlicro the third man  was.  '"That man Is beaten,' was the  thought which occurred to me n't once,  arid It proved true, as always, for when  tho dash for the finish began he allowed his rival to get a lead of five yards  before going after him in earnest pursuit  "From that point to the finish there  was no perceptible difference in the  speed of tbe men, lyit tho man who  had turned his head to make sure that  he would get second place. Instead of  bending every energy to win, of Cburse  landed where his thoughts placed  him."   Jenny Lind's Piety.  Jenny  Und.  who gave her first-��2,-  000 to  the poor, continued throughout  her life a series of charities and  pieties.   In  regard to tho hitter wc have  the   assurance   of   a   friend   that   this  greatest   of   singers   deliberately    cut  short ber owu public career while her  voice was still 'In   perfection.   It was  Lady. Taylor,   wife   of ; the* author  of  "Philip   Van   Artevelde."   who   found  Jenny  I.iiid sitting toward evening on  a   south   coast   beach   just  'after   her  withdrawal. With  a   book  in, her  lap^  She   spoke  of   her   resolve. , "I   found  that  this"���the  setting sun���"was   becoming less to me and that this"���the  book in her lap was a Bible���"was becoming nothing to mo, and 1 know then  that I  must check'"myself and change  .ray life."���London Standard.  A   safe   and   sure    medicine   for   a  cShikl, troubled with worms is Mother  'Groves'  Worm, Exterminator.  r if<      *'     _^���~���____~_^_  ���* ' * j ��� *  d "Do you regard ^wealth as essential  to happiness?",.       ,' * *  ".N'o,'' answered Mr. Dustin- Stax,  "I. admit that" people can be happy  without it. ���, But it, is a point, on  which I i\m perfectly' willing' to accept hearsay evidence."��� Washington  Slar..>j . <  "���*..".* -   *  .Diphtheria is spread'by tht'eommon  house fly. Wilsom's Fly Pads are the  best, fly killers known.' Refuse unsatisfactory substitutes.    > '  Why   Man ,Gives   Preference  to   Right  ,     Hand Over Left.  * RIglit handedness and right eyedness  came with genus I101119,  Dr. George M.  Goijld has watched for them ln squirrels tliat use their front paws to'hold  .nuts, oats that strike'at insect?.ln the  air.orpTay with wounded mice,and In  many, other animals, <hut he Is certain,  ���no preference is given to theflgbt side  over the left?,,   ���"  vv a . ' '       ** ***   '  But ln*rlbe lowest human savages'all'  ch of co , I n  grea tor ex-. 1  baud Is clearly present  Its  development  is,'hi  .primitive . military  ^customs.    In   all  tribes  and  countries" since  man   used  implements of offense and defense tlie.  'left side, whore the heart lies, has been  protected'by   the shield,  and tho  left  hand was called tho shield hand, while  the 'riglif band  was  called tho  spear  hand. .    ,      '���      '  Ke.\t   to   fighting   came   commerce.*  The fundamental condition  of bartering was counting with the low num'**  bers, one lo ten. The finqers 'of the free,  or rlglit hand were-naturally first used,  ancl,fill fingers today are called digits,'  as -are  the   figure's   themselves,   while  the basis or our num borings is the decimal or ten fingered systpra.0 Every drill  and 'action of'tbe soldier from ancient  Greece io moderii America.Is right sided   in every  detail.    Firing  from   tho  riglif shoulder and   sighting ^*vlth  the  right eyo bring'the right eye into prom-  Inenco.^-Escharig'e. '*>     "���   .  "I understand, sir, that you are  the  possessor of ..a swollen, fortune."  "Well," gruffly answered the beau-  .tiful girl's father, "what is", that to1  you?"    ��� -   -      -���       -    . ._   .     v  "1 merely thought that I would lo toe nousa. w lien 1 got homo tha.  give,you due notice of my intention I night ouo of thc- toughest looking ho  to help take the swelling'out of it. boes you over saw was sitting on the  .Myrtle and I are going to be married. ���     ���  ���Chicago .Record-Herald.  -. , Her Protector. ��� ' "'  - "Well, sir." .explained ,young Mr.  Soobetbs, "it was like this: I thought  my wire might bo afraid of .tramps, so  I, bought her a' watchdog. Flo was a  fierce looking bull, and,I reckoned he'd  about oil.tbe 'bill, i'got, him in the  morning and had him sent right out,  to "the b&uso.    When   I got homo that  The  English of It.  A   lady,  accompanied   by  her small  son, was making various .purchases at  the army anil navy stores in London.  The boy grew tired.  "Who are you buying those for?" he  asked.  "Why, for father," was tbe reply.  "Father in  heaven  or"father In  India?" the "boy persisted.  Tbe lady mentioned.the remark to a  friend, who, thinking It amusing, repeated It to an Englishwoman . at  'church a-few days later. The Englishwoman listened sympathetically.' "Poor  woman!" she sighed. "She was married twice."  For sixteen yeais the name "Sala-  da" has stood for the maximum of  quality, purity and_ flavor in blended  Ceylon Teas, so that the only thing  you need to look out for is the "Sa-  lada" label on every, package of tea  you'buy. , 57  .-. ��� ��� the  porch. "-."That in thunder are you doing  here?' I jisked. 'Well, boss,' says^he, 'I  come lookin' fer a handout, an' de lady  sbe gimme 30 cents to stick around an'  perfect lier from dat dog 0' yours.  She's   sure   scared   of   'lm.'" f  -Whafs   your ���  name.  1. 1  The  Problem  Unsolved.  A story is told of a young, man In  England, a great chess enthusiast, who  was so annoyed iu bis failure to solve  nn apparently simple problem that he  vowed he would neither sleep nor eat  until the solution was found. lie shut  himself up in a disused room aud was  found four days later by his relatives  terribly emaciated and out of his mind  Ho spent a year hi n lunatic asylum aa  a result of his rash vow, and the prob  lem remains unsolved.  Call  c;irl?  Littlg Girl���Dorothy.  Caller���But what's your last name?  Little Girl���I don't know what it  will ,be. I'm not married yet.���London Globe.  Minard's  Liniment-Cures  Diphtheria,  alliccs���I 'fail to see anything remarkable about thai man.  Diggs��� That's because you don't  know him. Last winter T had a cold  -for nearly two weeks, and, although  1 met him every day during that period he never once suggested a remedy.  ,���Chicago   News.  A Girl Aftcr^His Own  Heart.  1'ttle' "*��� ScotcIlman' wishing to know his  1111 fate at once, lelegiaphed a proposal of  tn'arriage- to ft he lady of 'his, choice.  After spending:, th'eventire1 day at the  telegraph. oQice he was finally rewarded late In the evening by an affirmative answer, ,  "If I were you," suggested tho operator when he delivered the message.  "I'd thinU twice before I'd marry a  girl that kept me waiting all day for  my answer."  "Xa, na," retorted the Scot "Tbe  lass who waits for the night rates is  the lass for me."  No Enjoyment.  "This village enjoys the reputatloc  of being the birthplace of two mem  bers of the legislature aud one con  gressman, does It not7" politely in  quired the sojourner within its gates.  "Nope!" replied the landlord of th��  Pottyville tavern, who was a pessimis-  .tic old, grouch ���anyhow. "It just hai  it that's all." ���  '���"'.-  T bought a horse with, supposedly  incurable ringbone for $30. Cured him  with SI.00 worth of MINARD'S LIN-  IMK.NT nmi sold him for ,?So.OO. Profit on Liniment, S54.00.  MOISE   DKROSCE.  Hotel Keeper, St. lMiillippc, Que.  Origin of Boston's Glory.  Even as early as tbe days of Ileury  VIII.   some   sort   of   volunteer   force  had  existed  in   England, and  what  is  now the Honoiuble .\rtillcry company  was fornu'd at that time and became h  center of Instnu-ilon for the city trained bauds ihiring (he time or Cromwell  The nonviable Artillery companj ma.\  he   countt-il   among   the   things   wlilo'i  c*ro*-sed  Uj  the   -Ma.Mluuer, for  In   1G3S  was  f 1 >nuI'd dip Ancient and   Ilouora  hie   Arthur*.   Company   of   Massachusetts.���London Xiws.   --��- -~ ,      -r- ��������....���>  ILW.^r.. U. C,,, 1.,.���  port   certificate  as   tho   case  may  bo  must   be   presented.'  Canadian certificates 'of registration ,  must, bq*   presented   at, tho   Port, of  Entry   for , the  fojlowing  classes  and  brepds:��� * '    ' '"   ,  Cattle���Shorthorn,   Ayrshire; 'Here-,'  ford;   French" Canadian,     Galloway,  Aberdeen-Angus,  P.ed  tolled,   Jersey,  Girernesj', and  Holstein.        'A  Horses-!', ��� . Clydesdale, Hackney;  Shire, Percheron*, Thoroughbred Belgian   and   Franch   Canadian.-    ���  Ponies.���Shetland, Welsh, New. Forest,  Polo  and Riding,  Exmoor,   Con-,'.,  namara, and,,Hackney. .   .  'Swine.���Yorkshire, Berkshire,  Tarn-  .  worth, Chester While, Poland China, ���  ��� Duroc Jersey," Essex and Victoria. '  I  -Sheep.���'���   Shropshire,   Jaincoln,   Ox- "'  ford,    Down,     Dorset,-'  South   Down"  Hampshire nnd Leicester. . ,'  f The Canadian'records for all "above   ���  mentioned breeds with the exception  of  that  for'Holstein  cattle  are - con- ,,  ducted under the   Canadian National  Svslem in the office of the Canadian  National Records, Ottawa.    The .Holstein  Kecords    are   'located    at*    St.  George, Oiit.   Jn making application  for' the   registration   of   an   imported  animal ,the  foreipn certificatfe of' rcg- >  istrntion. in addition to the usual application .must be iouvarded.  There  nre  from  time  to ' lime   animals imported into Canada of breeds  ���for which'there are no Canadian Ke-   '  I cords butfvhich are recorded in Books  of Record of one of the following recognized   foreign  associations:  ' Horses.���Suffolk   Horse   Society   (of "  Great Britain),'Cleveland  Bay' Horse  Society of Great Britain and Ireland. '"  Yorkshire  Conch  Horse   ..Society    of    .'  Great Britain and Ireland. American  Morgan -Register  Association,   American Saddle' Tlfirse^ Breeders'  Associa- >  tion,  American lTro'ttrag Horse "Register Association, Commission de- Agri-  <nilteurs;de    France    (.French ^Draft)"    "  Commission de% Stud Book des Che-  vauz  de 'Demi-Sang -(French  Coach),  Landwiithschnfllichcn    Hauptverein  fur    Ostfriesland',  (German"   Coach),  Zuchtverband   des   Sudlichen1   Zucht-  jrebietses   (German   Conch),   Vcrband   -  dm   Zuchter  des  Okies burger elegan-  I ten Scliweren Kutschp/erdes (Gorman  I Coach),    Verb,-in,d   der     Pferdeuuchter  [fn den' Ilolsteininclien Afersche'm  (OI-  denberg).  Cattle.���Highland Cattle Sociefv of 1  Scotland, ICerry and Dexter Herd  Rook (Dublin. Treland),Sussex Herd.  Rook Society (Great Britain), Polled  Durham. Breeders' Association (Unit- ���  ed Stated, National Polled Hereford,  Breeders' Association (United, States).  Swine.���Largo Black Pig Society,  (Great Britainl.  Sheep���Suffolk Sheep Society (Great  Britain).   ��� Kent  and Romncy    Mar-sh  Sheep   Breeders'   Association     (Great  Britain). Cheviot Sheep Society (Great  Britain), Wensleydnle Longwool Sheep  Breeders' Association (Great Britain),  Black  Face  Sheep  Breeders' Association (Great Britain).  Goats.���British Goat Socicty.-  Asses.���Societe   Centralo   d'Agricul-  ture' des   Deux  Sevres (France).  Stud  Books of Jacks and Jennets ot Spain.  To   secure   free   customs   entry   for  ���in animal so ,recordpd it is necessary  to  forward to the Canadian National   ,  Records,   Ottawa,   the   foreign   certificate of registration     The-Accountant  ot the Canadian National Records will  return   to   the   importer   the   foreign  certificate  to which will  be  attached '  an   import* certificate   which   will   ho  authority to the custom officer to admit the "animal duiv free.   A nominal  charge will be made by the National  Record for this service.  If further information is desired  such will be -supplied on application  to the "ACCOUNTANT." National  Live  Stock  Records, Ottawa.  Mexican LoUery Tickets.  Nearly..-r.100.O00 is*, spent in the City  of Mexico every week In lottery tickets, and in the same period about $70.-  000 is paid back hi premiums. On the  weeks Immediately, preceding the big  drawings the sale, of course, mounts  up to great sums���as, for Instance,  when the $:MO.oni'drawings are held  there are 20.000 rickets at ��10 each  so!.! on the streets, and practically every ticket Is'disposed of, most of. (hem  during the last two weeks before the  drawing. Butjjas.a general proposition,  on an average, $15,000 a day Is spent  by the people of the City of Mexico on  U10 IntteriAK.  Adding to His Offensivencss.  The man who told us so is always  doubly olTetislvo if be comes around  after the arrival of,our troubles and  tries to look as if he had forgotten ail  abont It ! * .   *���   * .-.. !  Teacher���If you aie kind ami polite  to your playmates,   what uill   be the  ICMllt.  .Scholar���They'll think tliey can lick  nie!���Philadelphia   Inquirer.  Miss Jenkins���How do-.'you.'liko my  new', motoring;   costume?"    ,      '���."*���  ���Miss. Wilkin's���I1 think, it. suits vou  splendidly���especially...the. hia^k and  goggles.���Chicago Journal.  When a young lady and gentlemai  have a controversy about kissing, thtfj  generally put the! * heads togethac.  Tho  Passing   Coin.  Tho moss.'iKC of  my money '  Is'scarcely lo my taslu.  It's just n nolo  lo say goodby.  Signed thusly: "Votus ln liaste."  ���Wasp.  "Since Miss Aim Tcek has her electric, phneton   she- speeds   so  that she  keeps the bicycle cops busy,"    . ���'  ��� ,  . "Why doc's she do it?" d  "She   says   it's   so   exciting   to.   bo  chased .by  a  man."���Brooklvn   Life.  To Think About.  "She seems liki' u very nice girl."  "One ii bom it would bo safe to marry?"  "Oh, no. No girl is safe enough for  that. Bul she's nice enough to think  about main ing If you only know when  ���to stop."  1     '   .' . ' '  The Pill That Brings Relief.���When  after ono has pas taken of a meal he  is oppio^sed by feeling"! of fulness  anil pains in the s'omach. he suffer**  fiom dyspepsia, which will persist if  it be not dealt with. Parmelee's Ve-  cetnhle Pills aie lhe very best medicine that can be taken to bring relief.  The.-o pills are specially compounded  to deal with dyspepsia, and their sterling qualifies in thii res pel can bo  vouched  for  by  legions  of uscis.  *,.'* Cupid's Hearty Appetite.  .    "Tou know," said the soulful youth,  "music is-the food of love"���  "Nonsense!"; replied tlie practical follow. "My love prefers lobster salad,  terrapin and,other expensive fodder."  A eub-cribcr writes this paper to  inquire what the funniest thing in  print on earth' is. We don't know.  It flic interrogator, would .place the  publisher, of this slicot in a. position  to write him a'-dona fide receipt for a.  vear's back, subscription the "print"  thereon1 would tickle. us about tlio  mofTt of, anything* \y.c know during,  those dull '.corn ploughin' days.���Lou-'  don (111.) Journal.  he*n  Thnt Depends.  "Do you believe In auto hypnotism?*  "Yes, if you owu  one of the blumeij  things."���Baltimore American.  At the 'Ball  Game.  This combination  sweet  Would truly bo elyskin��� '  To have u Kituul stand seat     ,    i  Cwiiil.ii.cU \v!:li l-noiliole. vislou-  Comforting.  "Will my. husband live, doctor?"  "Well,   mndi'im.   if   lie   doesn't  come miglitv close to IL"���Judge.  Different Opinions.  "I see a num intends to let a rattlesnake bite liim and depend on prayer  for a crure.   I caM that faith."  "1 call'It cruelty to animals unless  somebody's going to" pray for the snako  after it's.bltteu such a fool as that"  The Mute.  "She has no friends 10 speak of."  "Good heavens!    What does she talk  shout?"1' ' .     ���        '  Whenever  n   man   onmnilts.a  crime 1  icoveii thill?: ii_iV-lt.noss.���Hulwcr. j  K'-fAM  -ilVsAM.  O       (��i,.UUy.  ^'iV-iil  ���7,r*y&  - &W  "   ��.;'Vri';|l  Mm  ��� ��mM  I* '   T   *l,   T-?l��  ���. -wi.* m  ' mil  *4i4 Hi  ... ojwsi  1  r'**"t,J  'iVl'AMH  . - Hi  ���V  ,1   ,    *���  �����i' .���> ���  ���ti-i1**  ,,7�� i  H,'7 .f  '\ik ->��  T 1  <fiv  lv:  ... j,  .   AA\  ���\      ���    c  ���- -".r. \i  1 in   ,  ^   '  sf *:,!"  V7i *\  ^;7  ���I*  "TilA  1,1 5.  fd'  .'���fiAAl:  r-tSft,��:>.,;.."J.,  W.    Nd  U.    No.    700. 7v-f  .vr ���(">   ,,*V-  -i7  *. *  7">  <",  ?.' "���'  i ,' f  ���V  "*,..-*  1 ; ; .J     i** ,   .  7 r*    ",' ' '  ���  *  1:7 "���"'-. 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'"i*" nvr    ���>. t -f  ftv^T^* fi>'^\   *  r.r-v-.   5.w -*, ;v  iMlfcr "4," ���?.'.�����>  ���I,,./*      ,     .',   i"  (jTi'li'M-^vi,^  *s.~.ji!-'4*jf:.J.wj'  5*i'  ��� + yj, T 0-v-v-  ���AY-fSm^<  xt^iAv. *Af-  ji**1-  lfjaa^N*--}i-Jvn  ���BI-J' .^*&-Jl,f,  tf.7'V. fl-r    . ,'V  f^ -?1.1 v   ,A,<;  I'   *i-fc,  ���,���*���'  1*  *>' "^* ���[ks^^  r.-i~l   , f ' ft-s." - J A*.  *1  A   '  .t-.i--'..    *>..' ���  to'��7'!  L.v,   1  :f 'I.-  7  ���7'.  fjr',  .f'i***  ���^Wir:-*-  TRE10III LEADER.  p lblished iu the interest of the people  ol Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. S:.fXj'JI. VutajsoiK.  i. '  - i^.  BAri-:    OF , HUl'CKII'T.ON  Que &ecu; '. '������ $%-Q0  SATUIIDAY. AUGUST 1,  190S.  SOCIALISM.  SocUli?in, which ��111113 ^i tydus-  .trial democracy, ,is oue_ of fcho  probleirn in   economics requiring  holution'   in   this  20th   ceu'fcurj'.  ... , , '  From present' conditions   wo are  mcliued to s ly that it  is  a  quea-  fiion wliich has  come to stay..   At"  tlie    congress' of   prelates    aud  clorgy of tho church of  England,  ' now held 'in   Limbeth, London,'  1 TI      ���    ������    '    '  .Socialism  was  a  .topi? engaging  .the attention o�� tho professor and  scholar of Oxford University, and  .frorat^e^rudite debates  -^ve 'no;  'tice that many profound thinkers  ,       -        t/   I      I '      r ' - ��� '     A."    '  discover several redeeming feat-  uras in the sydtem of the Sicial-  \is63! sOne of the speakers' said  .that'socialism*was gaining ground  "among .the Artisan  class  in   the  manufacturings cities. He state  .that some working men "(took to  ���socialism as a religion ancl loved  it as a bride."  Watch the "buildings go   up  in  ** ' r ( * " '  Moyie.   The tosyns is going ahead  1 j, i ' ��  by leaps and bounds.   , '   t  "j.'PeekMitfeSwain ,is on his re  turn   f.-oni'  a"   trip'' around the  ' v"��       71" i  ���world." He ,is  jagw at Cranbrook  He will soon be due at Jloyie.  A Woman's Baak  I   O. O. F  Ha�� many aches and pains caused, ty  v/eajenes-scs aud falling, or otlier dbplaco- (  mchi, oi the iicJvic organs. Othei'symp-  toms of fwuale weakness* aro frequen* j  headache, dizziness, imaginary specks or  dark spots floating before the eyes, gnaw-  !nff sensation in sK..m��ch, dragging or  bearing down m lower abdominal or pcl\-lc  refrion, d!=.-ign>..able drains from jxilvic  orgar'.s,f?,Inl spells with general weakness.  " ll any considerable number of tlio abovo  si-mptoiis a��rprcscnt there is no remedy  that ���tTfcCgivc quicker relief or a more per-  "ma*eut-jSM**rf lhan Dr. Pierce's Favorite  PrcLjJN&aSSlt bo s a record of over forty  years of >*.T?nS. Tt, is the most, potent  ��rj��^ei'"JJg- tonlc'n-na-strongthenlaq c?i:-.  '"vino krmwn to medical science. It is mado  oftlie glyceric extracts of native medlcl-  oal roots found In our forests and con-  'talns not a drop of alajhol or hannful, or  habit-forming drugs.' Its ingredionts are  all printed on tho bottle-wrapper and attested under oath as correct. " <  - Every Ingredient entering into ^Fa.-  vorito rrcsoriptlon " has the written en-  '<8orscmont of tho most eminent medical  writers of all tho'Several schools of practice���more valuable than any amount of  non-professional testimonials���though tho  1 latter aro not lacking, having been con-'  trlbutod voluntarily by-grateful patients  In numbers to exceed tho endorsements  . given to any other mcdlcino extant for  Uie cure of woman's ills.'  you cannot afford to accept anrmediclno.  of unknown composition as a substitute  for this well proven remedy of kkows  composition, even though tho dealer may  make a litilo more profit thereby. Your  Interest in regaining health Is paramount  to any selfish Interest of his and it is an  insult to your Intelligence for blin to try  to palm off upon you a substitute. You  know what you want and lt Is his business to'supply the articlo called far.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets aro the  original "Little Liver Pills" first put up  by old Dr. Piercq,, over forty years ,ago,  much imitated but never equaled. , Little  sugar-coated graaaies-*-easy tit *-^f.t  &&��$. 'A    < %   - ' '    '' ' " ^'  I.VTHE   COtJN-TY   CO JUT   OP >:A*?T    KO0T-  EX��Y 1I0"LDEN-'A.T KEK^lt IS I'Kf*HA.TK.  .NOTICE   IS   HEKKBV   GIVES on'the   24thv  day   ot   July. IMS,'it Vis  ordured  bv    Peter:  EdmoDd Wilson,'   Esquire, ^u.life   of'the   sutii  Court, that James Fergusou A'ruistronfr,'! OlSciai  Administrator In and  for that po.rt^Qli  of  t|io  County of 'KTootcniiy   fucluclVd 'ju   the-Oranbrook   Electoral    District,    befadmiuMrator,  ot ill and slntrnlar the esta'le of   Patrick 0'  Bncn late of JIuy:c, B. C ,   deceased Intestate.  Every, creditor or other peVon   ha\lng*    am  claim upon or iiitc-rist'in tho  dlstrlliuyon 'of  tl;e ettate of the ��iuii deceased, Is 'required to  send before th'c lotli day-'ot August  next,  by  registered letter uddrestfid to.  the'nnderslgned,  his name anil address,'and the full jmrtleutars  of his claim'pr Interest, and a stalemeut of his  account and the nature of the sscurity' (if nu>)  held hy him. ,. '  After 'the said last mentioned , date, th'j  Administrator will procceii iiitli the dietribu  tion ot the estate having,rcffiird. lo 'thoiu  claims only of which he ^hall havo had notice.  DATED at Criinbrcok," II. ,0'. this 2'Jth day 0/  July, J90S.  ��     '    JAMES FERGUSON'ARMSTRONG.'   ,  Ollicial "Administrator  Fishing" Tackle, _  RODS,"REELS,r PLIES,  EAITS, LINES, HOOKS  LEADER BOXES AND  TSOOLS.   "    ',  . Greenheart rods from $3 to ��13:  split bamboo from $1.00, to ipu.75;  Linuc-o wood .rods from $2 to $5  Trunk rods'fibm ��1 to ifi-l.SO.  YIE'  'DRUG    AND  STATIONERY: STORE.  St-   'Joseph's   Convent,  ' i  ' J     . NE1.SOX, B. C.   ' ��,   '   i  iJoarding and Day School conducted by the Si&lcrs ot St.0Joaeph, Nelson,  13. C: Commercial' and , --business  oour^es a specialty. Ejcctillence, and  rtVrft jii-ogress 'characteaiza each" de  ii.iritnent. .Pareuta should-writb :foi  particulars. ' One month assures' the  public! of 11 lie 'tlioVoug.hness of the  aisteis'fnetlioJs ' of tetichiiig. Terme  ooramtnoo January, April and <Sep!  Pupils are adinitted durinirferri-".      , -  -   Tha Hosmer Times lias .made its  appearance.    It is  a. sis   column  -.      *        \    . ****.*' ,  paper and "seems in every way  in  ���keeping with'that new and progressive town.'   *���-.   Walking along some of Aloyie's  sidewalks is euougli to,give a person the jimjams. Many of the  boards ' aro loose and wabbling,  aid   should  be renailed.    A few  dollars would do  the  work,  and  i 1  strangers would bs given a much  better impression of the town^  Already che Craubrook   Herald  has opened its  campaign  against  A. S. Goodeve,  the   Conservative'  candidate for the" Kootenays.  t- . * -*  .The'Herald believes in getting  i��s work in early, but in this  case the "Qld Man" should save  liis ammunition until tne battle  is really on.   He will need it,  CR.\*K3R00IC I.A.VD' DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF-E^ST KOOTENAT.   ' 1       '      ���      ���. 7  TAKE notice that Selwyu GwiUym TBlaylock  of Moyie, B. Cr., occupation Mine" Superintend  ent, intends to .apply tor  permission to1   pur  chase the following described lands.  ,  Commencing at a   post  planted    about   W>  chains southwesterly from  the southwest   corner of Lot 40J0, thence North one hundred  and  four clmius, thence east  tbout twenty chains  to Ihe    Jlntish    Colninbla'   Southern Kailwaj  Right of'wav,  thence southerly    along    laUl  right   of   way 10   its    intersuctlon   witli    thc  North boundary  of Lot 4019, Group  1, thence  Westerly along the said Morth b mudary to   tlie  Northwest   corner  of   said  Lot "���i01'>, , theivc  Southerly* along the Western boiindnry   of said  Lot4010 to tho'south west comer  of'said   Lot  10-19, thence eastetly along the southern   boun  dary of said I/Ot 4CM9 to ���the inter--ectiou of   the  said Railway Right of   \Va^;  tbence sontherly  aloug said right of it ay to the point   of   commencement. , 1  DATED July 21,190.3  SELWYN GW'ILLYM BLAYLOCK.  ��� f v ���  Thi^tlo" ' Br.and " Creamery  v      ,'���*(��� 1       ���'        i-* '^ i�� ,   *��        (  ��� Butler -3 pounds for $1.00  ',1*        :    ,   r ' ,   "  A* '    '       o        ��� '       ,        i     ' i  I  '' ' ��� '   ''  '..Golden 'West; Orofiinery  and' Thistle Eraud,' Dairy  Butter 25 cents per pound.  ' * �����   i        iT  '    '1     ' I   A  p. burns h co;  ������-r.MOYIEfk.'C.;  \<*  M^etsTup^av ..venlngH in McOrei?nr  hull on Victoria .1 n-.nl... ho^urnmg.  Odd Fellows cordi.illv in��U<��1.  IJ.J.Lowr^ ^^ICw  Motile Grand. bioiy.  bt. KuBisiio *.t>��'Ce >'0> 3.  K.   Of P.  'jite^ every Thursday  {W^MIt^idve ,in    MoGrfkor  "v^S^S -,,,1,nl s i'c]ock-. Yis"  X^SSSrW'     :.:..���'l..^,ili. rs   invitCll.  Shoe Repairing  '  Mining  Shoes  made to Order    #  THE CANADIAN BaJ  OF COMMERCE  i^p^i    iiing'bioilurs invilcil  AY."J. PBLT11AM, IS- A. ITjix  OhanceUor'Com.  K.'K.'and S>  Moyie ��� -Miners'   XJni6n  No. 71 W. F^of M.  .Moots in MrGrfgor hall every  Satuf-  lay  eveninc.     Sojourning   incmbcn.  nre rordiaUv'iuviteJ to Htt^ml.     ,  tt. J. Colter     ,      Tl-QB. 13.' Kelly,  PreBidonL      ' Beoretary   ^  HEAD  orriCE, TORONTO  ��� 1  B. E. WALKEE, President    >  AIEX. LAIRD, General Macaser  EsrAiiUsucu  M  Paid-up Capita},  Reserve Fund, -  5'^  Harvey,   -'McCarter '.'<&  '   '���"'    Maedonald/ '-  y ��� I    ' ,       ' -* v  '--Barristors. Solioilore, No.taries; Etc.  ���1  CranlDrooK.   ,-  d- ��� B. 0;  W\ & GX7RD,  ". - * -      .   , *  BAKKJsTKK,,,BOt,lCJTOR, ETC  CRANBROOK.  B. C  f  a H. DUNBA'E  ���       r- , * *  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary rublicr'Elc  '"'' Cranbrook/B.O.*; .  DK'P.'B.MILES,-. "���  -    ,X>E!3Nr^rXS,37-f     "  '  t * 1     V -���    * ���" ^    1  Oranbrook,     f"    ,B, C.  Georg.e H. ^hoxnpson; J  Bareistkk, Soucitor  '  . tary Podlic, ifcc.._  , *    f "  .'       .     -" ���       . f '  CRAXBllOOK,   , . British Columbia  .     .   * \-<     - ���   -A. * '   t   "     ^    "-.,  W,'R.'BEATTaYw;",; "7 ; '  1        -      - '   k   -   �����,-/      ..V    ���    - 1    A  .  -'- Embalmer.and Undertaker,*i3  (.VJ .   T^ * ; Ph'^ue 9"1'"   "J'  7 'CR'ANIJROOIC*;  T. T.MuVlttie, C.E.,I'L.3. tt.^f. -"jrcir, C        ��� ���     ���'   . *   , .o.���_jlj   McVITTZE & PARKER  ��� - Pboviscial'Laxd Surveying'  RilLWAV   A:   WTNINO    KNCINKKUING  1 ^ ' 1 J*       ���>  Estimates Furnished. -  , OFFICES       '        '    -  -try, .  Fort Steele T. 0. Box 25.     -,      .  Cranbrook P. 0. Box 11. *���      ,  .F*4A'^WXyi^'A *  R. ArSMITH  SHOEMAKER,  01\v15,      '  , Branches throughout Canada, and in thc United States;  ���COUNTRY .BUSINESS *3����',ff*js  , banking- business.    Sales notes will be cashed or taken iot��t;|  BANKING BY' HAIL ^^-^SJ?^  this way with equal faoility*    ,'.,.' '  ' J'   '..' '���  ���' "' P.T,  7   &  V  f.  COSMOPOLITAN  .)'���'    '   WHEN IN  "   ',     y~ORANBROOK  ���   ,' -'".".is-*  K. n. SHALL, Managror.  ,   ,  '    "*;  '���*'!',        ���  t F> ��� I    r ',  Good rooms, gOod  tajb^s and bar  , *       ���        "y      J ~1\ i.  ���and ��� first class saruplo roouiB.'  Hoi  1-  HARRY blMOCK,  Proprlctoj;.    ,'  *  "    Nearest Hc��icl to (he St. 'Eugene mine  !- *      Headquarters .for Miners,'!  RATI SUPPLIED "\VIT11 BEST BRANDS OF LIQCGB$jj|  <': .;   ���" ������ \:,', Rate.s $1.0O a day', and up.  Wm. Jeweller?  .Express anS. Geneiv- s  ai- .'Delivery.^ Busi-,  y'n'ess.     Jjiyeryyan^   ,  .Feed"-Stable.'"-^ 7. : ,'',  ���WpDD^'A'ND"',   COAL  '���* -'      - c   LeaVo Orders at  7"; ���- \ !  ,' !   "' '"f-TGivyrmVe Stores  -Movie/* ,'*'-.7 -A "'���BritisH" Columbia  1 * s        J       * J 1 "    t J "  '    'i.^V-^^I'f'.v-r^--'  EOR.    SALS.  -i  In tbe   coming  Dominion  elections there  is a likelihood that  Premier  McBride  will    tour  the  east in tbe interests of  the Con-  servative party.   But tbera seems  t-o be no  'L.rutb  whatever  in   the  report that he is  to  resign  from  Provincial politics and  enter   the  federal   arena    in   opposition  to  Hon. "Wm. Tewpleman at Victoria.  For    sale,   valuable     boarding  house    'property.      Thirty     feet  Erontage    on--  Tavistock     street,  Moyie,  B. C.    The  building  consists .of a two story frame   house,  mansard   roof,   including  sitting  room, dining room,   kitchen, pantry, store room and office  and   II  bedrooms.    Building    may  be inspected    on     application   to    R.  Campdell,   Moyie.     Tenders   will  be received at the office of W.  F.  Gurd,  barrister,  Cranbrook, B. C.  up to August 1st. 190S.  *"    '     BUV YOUK  Tpb,aocqSi  international; ,.  1    - *. *\,  hotel: \..:-" ..���,'���  ��� -    , ���   *    ��� >  This hotel is  now    under new  ma'nage'ment, and is first class  ,,^in every respect.  ' B. E; TAYLOR, Mgr.  i. ' ' '      y l        )  SEND ^OUR^wbRIC   TO   THE  *> \i -i ���      ��   i ���* ���  /^KOOTENAY     /  y\ sTEAte'v ���"H  .LAUNDRY.  *      KELSON "    ' ���  All WhitelLaTbor: - 7  -'IJarke' aswr j&a&.*of:' G'07C'AR TS' ajrf  ' i^'C^RRiAaESlv/'Fricos From- '5upd  .i,7 1-  r I Mi r~ l  I  "   ��� - '"    ""-.^TfiilTED.-^  St  _-~yi'.  Vipioria Street.  MOYIE  FROM  A'B. Stewart   & Co,  LINOLEUM  CARPETS  Small Debts Court.  V    '. r-   j     <  Electoral  District  of  Cranbrook.  Notice is hereby given that  Sitting's of'the above Court will  be held at the Government Building, Cranbrook,' for the disposal  of cases every "Wednesday, at two  o'clock P. M.; at' Moyie every Saturday at the same hour; and at  Marysville, Fort Steele and . Warner on such days and dates as  may be appointed in the proceed-  i'ngP.,, ' ";  ���*    .'������."   " ' "' "df  All debts and demands not exceeding 8100 can be sued for and  'recovered in, the above mentioned Court on Summons and Judgment, -Garnishee (either before or  after' Judgment) or on Installment Order which can be enforced  by committment if necessarjr.'"  Instructions for proceedings can  be  handed in   to  the   nndermen-  :'tion��d Clerks of the Court, viz:-  F. R. Morris, Deputy -Sheriff,  Cranbrook.  P.    G. R-mth,   Prpvincjal  Con  gtable,  Moyie,  or   to  Joseph "Walsh,  Provincial  Gon  -stable. Fort Steele.  JD*ted this 2"iad day of Juns,1908.  By  Order.  Tj- JOSEPH RYAN, Magistrate.  CARPENTER WQRK.  All parties desirous of having  any carpenter work done cannot  do better than communicate with  Wm. Bridges or Wm. Meredith,  Aid ridge. Puces reasonable.  Work first class. Orders may Le  left at Fitch's store.  Geo. R. Leask & Co.  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  Our Work is  our. Advertisement  Head   Office':  CRANBROOK  B.C.  V. S.Liddicoatt,  Moyie, B. G.  ti^ii^^  ri.��ml./>.1a;��,c Colic, Cholera nnd  Lbamberlain S Diarrhoea Remedy.  Sever fails.   Buy it How.   It may save life.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.  Chamberlain's %^�����K?mX  fi$vpr fpils.  Buy it now.   It may save life.  When furnishing your  homo or ho'tel don't forget we cf,n furnish you  promptly and complete.  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  Standard Furniture  Company  NELSON, - ..--..-  7B. C,  v' ���''*..      A AGNTS  *"   7* ' ���������'   ���:"'  Mason it Ris**ch Piano Co.  Ostermoor. Mattress.  Globe-Wernick Office Furniture.  Leave work with the local agent,  r"   A, B.  STEWART.  ���THE-  * ��� l .'  M.    ��� ,  DK8AUI.NJK^     BROS,    l*op��.  Lar^e sample room in connection  with house for oomme*fu ial men. Be  of accpramoiiatjonp. I  Hiiatlqunrtcre   Ior   Commercial and Miping Mtin.  ft^'JEEXS  AVEKL'K, MOVIE,  B. O  GENTLEMEN���  If 3r'ou want a  stylish,  up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsowhere.  We guaratee  all  .Our Work.  Cleaning,      repairing and  pressing done.  -. Prices Right.  G. A. FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, *   B. C  Thinking of Spring  Painting, Etc?  THEN REMEMBER  B. H. SHORT,  "'Cli AN BROOK, JB.uC.  Box    33.      ';;.-,'  Will send competent  man to paint, kalso-  mine or paper your  home,  0   F. DESAULNIER  DEALER.  IN  I9W09  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Qiueens' Ave.      MOYTE  Summer    Excursion  Rates Esat, $60, 00  From Moyie to Winnipeg, Du-  luth.'Fort William, SI. Paul,  Sioux City.  Chicago : ��� ��� ���  ���, $?y.50  St ^ouis   (37 50  New "York ,....108.50  Toronto   01.40  Montreal .���������������...-. 1()5;����  Ottawa. ...A  d... 105.00  st. John, n.: b. ; ';;���.*..;....:. .120.00  Halifax.....:.......: dl31.20  Sidney, C.B.,..,J.:......:... 130.00  Tickets on sale May 4 and IS,  June 5,,G, 10 and 20:,July G, 7, 22  arid 23;" August (5, 7, 21 and 22,  1908. First class, round trip,  NINETY DAY LIMIT.  Routes���Tickets good via any!  recognized routes in ono or both  directions. To destinations east  of Chicago are good via the Great  Lakes.  For further inforniat.iop rates,  .ing par reservation apply  c. b. Mcpherson, g. p. a. .  Winnipeg, Man.  J.MOE, D. P.A.  .     Nelson, ii. C.  Vi>��'>9��*9SS3��d*3������������^e������&a(S*53!?9!9a9^35*S9'?-53S!  t  T \ \ \ '   it, '?ZF- yonksaojyf  This Hotel is New .and well Yurnisl  Tables are Supplied with"theH  MarKet.affords: The Bar is Blip  theEest' Brands of .Liquors acdj  *    ;   '       HEAbQUARTERS  FOR COMKKRClj  % - x     AND MINING MEK   '    ���  %   Mipfig     -   -       -      ���     -      r     "V       ,!,:)T"^  fibyie Be^r  As   ixiBd? by the  present brewer is �����  Best Beer in East Kootenay. Willi tl.e  iic Pureat Spring Water it is uncxce!Ud*|  InsiBt on having Moyio Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.B  PI  MM  CHAS. INDERWIES, W^  Property for.��m  IN ALL. PARTS OF TO^'  .i'i   ^1i  F--    O.    M  Insurance, Real  Estate  jZ��P. JHttV4uWiy*3S^?Ji<,^.��>iC>t Jf


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