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The Moyie Leader Aug 13, 1904

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Array ~,-~N-a--l  a  -W4 W  {&   ft;    f'f  b $ &  ���'#: &L fe~  ���#������^^  ml  ��E8 A  ,,u-t ���..���herc'io ;:ei. :i pAj' oi reliable A-  j v,,;; c.in dor.c-nu upon ���  .,i; ;:j-c j.'t:n��anteiii1 :  U'.'i   it.,   .'  Slrc wholBcoled;.  5t;A^"^'e-s0��; ,.  Q..i ti.!--- -���- ,        -  TSt'.at arc made Io last;     .  & t:At %viU wear to the laet.  X0(jU;ST:;:B.t9O4:,  't;QCAl-i^EW:S^::  jo^epir-i^.i^i.aratavl'ti-.lra,!} .py'voli^ed Aj  8 tftM'Aafo a!rid:-iBllncfeliia�� i-.iyri',V' Ji'i'a Aiotel*] ..- |'';  1^^-Ia'IS^  ''���--^>^ ���----"���     "'���-a    '-V^l-A  K,: 'A AV/Earve5(-and Ayifc'baveretwnAvlj^p  ffelheir AtatA to'��� Abe^ccAA- 'elAA,'.]'..;; g'.  ,,, '0u��:/2$b.qlb- -of '-'Kardwaresp^Tinware^  #8 ^83AS&$0fef and.' is, assorted ��� tb'Anti:,  :aiici^l)fiHa^  ::enjis;A.^ -��� ������������'���"���  M  aMise ,^aU?AUxrnec to  j,; Pernio'tpdaj;.;' ;������y "y'-yy ''  A;A  Monday  axneb,^' :;G^ndbb:;':stice;s;p  v^aAAtoss^,A:Paof  en  fmv'aHoyfe.  '.business. A.  leA-homA  Fefn'ea/was  ���'.prqi'ess.iqur.1  The J..D'. KING- Shobi  ^^mclow display of ehoes  and prices  the  raw!  "   "ar ro 'Uto stock of-Bhoea ever shown in Movie.  fAHABfAN ���' I  Paid Up Capital  ''Reserve,     .- /  ' Total Resources  I io-iMii ill  ;!*;    i.       .-���-..:    A.   '..-::��� .. .(-t^-jj���-.--.,  <i JM   ::;'.'";. V'A'a; '."'"v .������-,/���/.���   "������''." /-.'A,'. v'''���.'''��� .'.���".>'A *..- .r ���"      ;" .-.'".���"'A*,'''"" a a**1" a    w,'���   :--.'���"-,"..,;���' ,(. \r;,  a- .- ,*'��� ���������,:���"������: '-."j  Wa \-6 i]::: ��� '���' A-;r'-n ';^ ���'���''���'��� A'' VA :i-ii'' ^r"-'^ '��� I other^eiQes*,.':,;''-,,;-- fyi ���::f^y:y"ii:i- i:''):\  \J |:'-"J:WKldt"'aWci;ffil^  li:A. .Be'fiie---was''u'p :.froii!i.Crapkc^k  '" ~'!'-''-������-'"���������  ��� -������' " jnfit'.ranoo ,r-rid  athis;\7&k loQ^ing'aft  :,j;:;'s"''NaiiaaCany 'sii:p.f;'..: '.> p;',Ar; a;:  yyWM^^M'^'P-0^r^ 'vwvyyyi.  1 -'.KnobsAnd'Lockp, y f",';"!'p:;���:'���:  T^le:cfi:aUAy;,'P(Jcket^  I:- ScAGorsAnd'llaipr?, ',���.-.:;;:;;   a';:  aASgtf atidiSiuVa,,:.'��-.,''..��� A"',     '.a. .*'  |:^aw>setiJ'apcl''I?iles,i  &������    ..��������� ���.���;���   '���' ';-'    ��� ������.-,..���, .-.������' . ���,-.  a a,   ;a,,aa,a-.a.V:.aaaa.  ���   ,,,  a.;,,-, ,;sy-  v: - ,���..,,., t&r<Ao#4p?'^  :'';;A��duesd?;yw^8:p^^^^^ "  .:.Eiig;eua'.;.Ariiuo��;t?Ad'f.'S25.920  e Aii M, a?" in rih u ti f rA i;'.-.- A} <i t Ay AI i 41 i'i)>n Lei 1  .������Nor?na]i:'KiU-iibr  .-v.-������---���,..-, Me:pei;fGr/:-Ai'V'rQw!'''\^  _    _ .WlijAralnid-lbrother'Edy:^  'iie33A,A.^o6(lp;.thci':'tb,iiy^ 'J ";j '" '     ''"''   '   '''"  amongit'tlHrdn-iyuAe^y.  :: prof J :C!i a^H'WiU y'0^). W-dinicS:  . ���.,...���:   .. a a-.,,.a .....������ . ,������r:v -... a i 'Ati<' uA^AnAh (j^xteri ds aiAAAtation  ^elao;^An'!liOt])A;:t>l'afle%a',I!,i''''"'',,::'": '"    '���'������'���"���''���"'-:       'L- '���'���'���'"���  AMorleAA'lKlH^iipi^'  AuiiuA��Ai  ^o'eyeryciine,  orderly.. AAgooiO i)6rt'itfAbi't!ie:-ttip!iey''  vvas setit AiA': Wf' ;i |oAA... &y .Eossiiind;)  ���\v!i��re,::f!AlRy::'  ^dr^Uh:q:',,aini,nA8'Avvoita:'ajAcdim^ a ���. ..ap .....aap a.Y.,;,aa,:,. .... ,a- ,.,.���,,>.,���,.,,,  :f-a:f/a.:a*1.aaa;a;:sap-fa1;i,^iai  ���haVe   fannheH���"ahvi-::^;--pA6i-y.���,a,At.lA'iyy^.A,-  ,:-. ���,���.: ,vp ap -v-' ���(,> v,ia|, ���'������ v-i-^nAi'1  :���/���-.��� v-r *. -a .,,..�� :p ./'va'ipaYap.-... v.,... - . vAhctHAiLb'Schools'-^iil,.autapie0ubu,  amOOeV':Wit'B^PCnt-0.OraWniBkey. UimaU-Ib, a ���";,,.:- ������������  : ��� '.t.-aa,a:f.fa'.;f,   a,,...a p^pa.^Ta.p,]^..  t>?ou"li���- :i:^��"-";'^AAl'ASt:<a:;AAk,..tlie1:Auga3tA.-nt  '.���-.��� :Oinnc;r,p.ails and:'\vA.tera.paiA;.'  p "Bresofviiigp kettles, ^Sauecpiins  '':jrfin'eeK',a'nd^crew/3>.,a|,',::'a,''v.'v'v A  ��� a'   ,.     .; ,''.,   a   '' -a ���; '; cy<      ������-.. \ a.   ��� -.   ..   ���   ...^    -  >'a^egeta-blAboiIers^pfa, ' iyf^y :-p"';:;  : V;7S.toye'';pcftG. arjd'l!,ryib.g;j)aiis;.   ,:���:'  : A)ishrp.aiA:aii.(I."M'ilk.^  '������v/Puddi^'g'pans/and'-B  a' GhanVtier pails'and Slbp:]'tir(?yi'iy  1::::Ca-Ui^e2:ahdShel^a;^:'^  l':Toc#chopporil^teua->::^^  $3,700,000.'  .    3,000,000  83,000,000 -Nov. .jo,'(H)  bC'iiK"-'  loJiowfugday;'.  ssg^^s^^si^^ES^s^^s^a!   $M^^f:M^^^h   ^^������;r^6i^~B'a'f;,fijl;y  Present Bate 0: In(c-reH.3 ror corU  f. C. IWALPftS. ��GR  }M)Aui R-^Aved.  Umvt...  _   ,   _  r;��w����������^!=rr^^ ~  ��� top-of' the niilland used  ' Tie Recent; Fires in Craixferoob  tihouilSSCB.^Cl.   UPaiht��.Cxnf';im    lN-sVRE  with  the  rcnbecWo you may be thcn.xt   ��nm.    1N^  1Fe9t aad rolUl.ld companies reprcen..- ^  :'' ��� A^'lady'd'fiuAy^lac A;li.a_ado Ahic rAya>  injQ:concentratox.A^ boah-:r^niun'g:i EoiiiA^A  ���for^,r,laa^NA��t9HbouyA  ���'���-:- ������"���������������'���   ��������������������� - '��� "������ r "-���������������������������' "��� '"-���������''-'";   ���'���'������'���-- -c!tiU;aud:gcl;it,p '--       p' a" a .'.: '���A:.;'A:--^ ���"     �� :;v' "���'     '? V^ ^vaa.;.:;'.,:/;,v.ai.iVi-.,Tvoo-  ::,'Btisincsa;: ;:^a^;^&: mpreiis^d:; with;  pSitiitofe'I3rbs,';^liepGrsmbrco  m  St  5'-(  ft  :waAr PStihoreBros,Alie.or,nur.u.pu    ^iAo^ri!arge-,t-lle!r-slor8.a.a  ^TAA'^tit^r^^  ^4  't)iinljeeypowhy��\US''^^  ^Vatefior Aashing.tJAAre... : Hbwc.ver,::  ;a putiip;:i3:abelng;:i^  !\yilibjl\pu.'mp'fid';i^  or ..���',tlii8::,.'pWJV  '-' a1'- ���     .������������'���'. ;;a .t.  pqse..-.:;This/0Wp:;AV^^ ,.,...,. ...,. ,.., ..-. ,.^ ,.,,..,  iri,:twbAr:three';daya,^a:uida'ti:)p  'itioagh;t^Ahorcp ;\vniv,:Aea':.,iiGpafu0'ie^^^hi;H.ol:u^^^      '���''-'" :   ''" '  '"  d?fIicblLyr:aApsA^  ;)Vfller:iu,:notAt''aU;:li'kely^aapaa  '-Alanag9r:Croaio.l%aA  AicbSi|## ^'^;^4-^':^  ieaninlsa^^lberb'^irn^fi^  ���oM^��#��l!^  ;a;::i!f-'a-;-a;! ���'':-"?^::;^:--;A-^  ThelabOfaUnionsoA^  .   ..���_���- ���*      -i   .'���������-.     - t ���-   i.i.^;v."1/iU!Df>-     fill   '\   ���-.-.��� ,:.���;:��� ,������).-;..������ ,.-���  _*:���.;'���;-. '    ���.' ���     A   ' p '"aiA/^'A ���;  mincl^  tenily3:onAbat:,:day. t^; A^g  from ;tha:;ni:acbineA'Avyn bp3nitt,Qir at-  ;iiii"Gamu��tfa:SYnet^  'i'miiy Short 6to^  :erKi||od;;i)airiting;;^  'contractsiiiMoyfea'  !:Aco^:pri,e;:oAW5.:a;;3n,e3^  IsizeVslipuWAr'i^  ,TlibAper>ii,idn;pt^ve:i:iAcliiae ai3;;:desr;f':".;  cribed:^ simp>^';yet:v.s'triking;pin^.;.^  easVwi:^  JV&  Bead Offlcr.  tiVXBUOOK  MOYIE, B. C 1  '       MOYIE'S   LBAUIKO   H0T1,U  otenay.  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling  PuUiq-  :i)}adeA?vAt^  tria/aufactored atArailpaiiiLtAata^tAerG.  '.i&-a;gopd-^mSnd'i'o'tlj'e UiiitMaBtAes  ������as'weil as;fn Canada for-itp.:-.Ife 'gives  :ilA'Cv.:A.;::Kv-���p(Uplsa^  ' their AvterpriHe irt .ftslabliehitvg so im-.  portant' an itiAjstry/ and iiv his,opinion  \V. 1A Aid nd ge, t h e: c o'm paby *s sin elter  ���an.d' refinery manager, bastions .more  'for.tht 6Uve.rrle.ad" Industry ,thah .aily  Oihov - inana in ���:; GAtiuiA - \ %c ''Mr.  Aldridge he contends ia.- altuost solely  tine the success: of ;tbe,'.Trail a refining  :plaiit.'; '_'���'..'._;.:._.���p_^���-���-������ : '-.:.-���  Labor Bill piled,: : ;v  j, ivic^AHON, Manager, ^a  K jfo^A*i.s*<^iSk* .  L^^SS^^23  ���^5  IF' YOTJ   WAIST ���  "toSXT!  UT SEASONABLE BATES, GALL ON  ARNGLB & ROBERTS.  :- Ottawa, Aug. 10.���ItAh&esnate this  after-iobn the debate:on the tilieirlabor.  biU was-kept-iip. tili^iUim-'��,few.'rn.in..  ���ut'ca of lord Mibt'oA arrival to.-progrtStie  patli.meAatloAlock-pTheabillwas  tinallv killed by UA eon;rnittco winch  'had'itdiuler'con^deratiou.ri^ng.wit.t.  -out miking any AeporCAThroughout  the whole sittingtheorgat^A hostilp  ;iv.totherne:i?urema(A!t,fAe.ecrtain  ,J;l^ ^'^vlaiA F-iktVr; Debouchorville  led ny s.i-jn;uoj.,.^-i-.\.- ?  . -      -.   . ^  L; AAJAt rv iore; aud? Harryi,^h it e";' of  '5ralbi"^wero^.n"--Ww  tidking insuranceAbr . ���their VrespeuUve  ���companies.;-.. ...aA.A'.A'. '/,.���":''a':���'������;;' i-..���' ;'a  . . Tlie^telephone lino ;;betweeii a'^ran-  :brook anaherepwil^ beA ready Ao ;Aso  'about/Monday.AcxA"      :; :' ,, .   ���  ���'��� Messrs. Taylor-' &\^avis ol Gran-.  brook have been, awarded the' contract  [or.tbastqueAork tor.the lAwaQatho-^  lib,church..a.' iyiy A A;        ^yys.-y^' ���  '. ' P.T):.Aloie came do,\vnftoinAvr:aiys-;  viile AY^dnesday And is.' remaiu^ng:; in.  town forafpw-days.;. He-will probably  goto lSd'ison,-br.to: One A:' the repast  cities to locate.' a    ;., ;.���.,���' ���;������  "�� CAA^rboks,'the-jeweler,, is  cloBing  Up liiS:.^Siu^i^^fe^^;*"1  "return; to'thc coasA ' -,0 -A f it y\~ <��� ������  : -I)r.Alogers:of /Kaslp-is in Aown And  will be here for a fewAays.. Theadoc-  ������tosr'is'pn&'of' the shareholdsH Aiap the  St; EugorieAloonJani MAC'S ; lAd, .  ' p A'^O'FarrellAi. writer. pE;' renown',  and'private secretary to! Attg. Helnze  of Butte, -Wivs on./yesterday's; west  bounq.pns;eDgei-.a .He was pnAis  vvay  to the.Boundary.^ a ';'-' ':.',    ���:'���*  ���  ; T>rof.;(!haso A getting  alongp nicely  withhAdancing.^ass,.  Last  Thurs    ..^S, A^W bi>;livree:-or:/AbUri:i&tui-n#  .tancep.:XhexreAviiia. -^  }*W3��B��^yy;.y^  |n,.^  MoyiepnAb^day,.yyill.^,.;:; ,  ^fouriiaches In Ai^mf t^;:^^^^^^^^.^  is-Ad^rtto-^receptacleAtaob^  'Tisefe"wiii' -be bne^orA-wopvliyrateaois  ffbiAAA^bateA'AA,oa.p^  offered, for   UieplambBrmenA ;sportb  hRVrpd for    t ie.-':iurauBTi"'-��.?,   "i'a--:     .-���.: -:-a   ���������; .������ - a    pp'p..  ������ a-,���������������*.:.,: ���    ���     b:   ���-������  A I' A ^ for th" IP- loading. cobles t; -refined: product af:the leadrehaery, ber v;  Thejpursqa for th-lo    i?a<.:   ���  . , ,.        aa.   .a;      .;. .. ,; of Khe-aize desired^  ij!:|;50.'fo,r;fi!-3t, ant  other  prizes phi   pro  ��25Afora se'cbbd,  portion.pyspecial  trains willbe run frOm :*JAyie,\Kyau,._  F.crnie: .And,, karysviikp Ann'Apbcial ���  raAs will be given by.-'G./P..*; U...f.ra:  ::',:':^. ���:-\ li tiiiy3^r ��� liixltistr^;;.. v;:; ,:  "fK Lumlv:of BreckenriJ-e   A������ A,und  who are: the 'principal' owners  .61 . tlie 1  sawiyiili'"at Gardner,, does    not -apeak,  very,:AnGOuragingly.'of:.: the  'lumber  ipg'utilizeda A corp:of theaize desired.  iii/thepipe is plaeed'at .the:; btheAend a';  of the -'machine,'   and Abe; operation A  stai Is.. As [ Qie '?efd;: appepaches,  the   V.-  cbre it ia::cooled   slightly, and ..pressure ,  applied tQ-force^the f/uiJ through^ ^ -  core 'mould..     ., 'i f..      i'i"'',  a The ouliet'01 the machiaepQiotSifp, ; a  cy/Ad, .aiicl -from. ^15,05^-^-^ i'iFf* i> -'  eme/rges tvyi&t^c* ,^ii<i .'^"riI-,bjc^'svEiV>9:-.4- :������'''  gi^nt silversr-alf,��; ,^fea#f^?^^  ;  receive -..the ' pr,OGSct^,' .jj/hic.li afb   f.t|   a  heated   conditiQij. 'ig ��� readily  '^oifti^p ;���'  aituatibn in'the   Brb.viijoe:.; ;;���; He1: Aays-jabout.: \)w ^.PP^b^Z'^lf^  tno^t   of   the millsAn:;the;coas.t,have  closed down.andAhat  'thA dvoatebav  pipe"..is:c.6yd^^  feed bbx ���c'6titaiu��-rity.'   WS-terJai. aapa .;  lo\yn,..ana.tt,ii-.M-   .yiy: ^yy^tryy-i-. 1;; It-wih be   rladily   buderstood -i-h^fi-.  mUls syWuld reaUy-be bbtterofl ifthey ]a.shoA time suffices AOoturn..: out ' a  " --'  ���"'"--'''   same thing..-' ��� " r.e 1 ��� ...   were to do - the',  same ....tbnig...-v:'.-.,-4.^.t!.j large quantity of'lead pipe, so that the ;  .inibr;can iumberaAn aro flooding the. j Machine    is   nQt   run;   coutjni;onsly.,         ' " ' '**"������ -������--��� ������������  ���  aeration aseveraj..  considerable  .tbe. consumer  5 el ter'.���Ross*.-  foreign cAn.peinto.n.p Xiy auy& lut ,L>  .(heCApAiansAad, their; m^k��t to, f  tUem��-AAevory'nuil.in.theaprGVince  would-be r-fiHmng:t-6-.jta lull- eapa^ity  ���j.nd the business wouul -be.iq aneai..h-  fulcondinqn,, Whereas now if is on tlje,c  verge, et-colbpso.       a.;.;;-,.     y;iiy ' :  ft1  ���T".  ITS,  ,-j��a*r^  T ES8!? & c^ ^  ��� ho bertt. range of h-*t.-i in towi..    ���-  ���IVIDK   Hi-   THE   WKH1'."   Th-y'W  '(I    -'i'i'  :in:i)��  ^^ j^,    *_   ..   r     .. _ ^ ���..,'l-'...> ^nlondii! tiinc.:        A.���,,aB   rAmol  Moyic, fort;  |iyr7.^i;  ���.y -j* *���  s. 1,000,000  ���sR;i,o6o,ooO'  >2,850,000  SU|lu It'll  CAPITAL, (,Autho.ri-/.cV.l). -���������������  CAPITAL, (Paid .Up). ������������������;��� ���  _ ������ :. .RE8T"........... .. ..-.-.-.��� ������.��������������� ���  3AD'OFFICE, T0I10KT0,   ONTARIO.'.  IfMERlll-rT.'-prcB'   D. B, WILKTB -ViC(A^ A J  |HAY,A,sl,t,,nt,Gen.AIanagcr.    W.MOAKA-M^1  ,Vcouer!ilbrtnUt��S>l,sl  U-au<a(:fod.  "/���'-.:'��� We hayo-jiisA-receiycd -a  nice.line of .;,���;��� ��� V .\]v^^hon\^^n to Cranbrook,  MoVie'SOUVeilir SpOOnSj;Jrc u,pWdingpAntorsand decorators  j-w-^j-     . ,   -.  . ,,-... i ���     ���-     .-.,.-.,.,x.u  -  TKpir Work SOCaks  SeiApostpAdupOn receipt - ,  pi price,.$ 1.00. .  w. H. WILSON,,  ''.'     N.B.. Fine Watel t. repairing a  - Rccialty-: ."-  T      1rtA'       "CRANBROOK, B.C.  .lewder. ���        K-x  '"        STOP'AT TH!  iim\ -(Ami.  Man.  ei Insnec(''>!'���  .-,(Man����*<'-,,*���"'l>''  ,fpOP��  IhAd^dli.cr.vv.Sp.splAAidtin.c.^j   ;^  i    ,F. ,, lir.uy ACo:,'whoAavo ^nt. -oj Toro^.- ^-^  gj ^     ,  in(ends.to still Aontinub   runmn"  the  Vovi^iiopiiswelAistheoneinOran-  fin,hoKobteaays:: -Their.work speaks -I>U^jT^^-"^Jr^^^HSS. -^iLi:^Ull|^.V^  "for ^e!f and there lAnothing better to  will t:ik.:oh..i.jr..oi.  bd Aundnorth of..Spokane:or .wcst.o!|  Winnipeg.   .���''���"'������ y-   '..,      . ' ,.    .!  The--Methodist   .social   which was j'  hekl in  the   Fan-ell   room   Thursday ,;  evening W well p��.lropi?ed and about!  !$53wasrealiaedirornrhe sales ot-icc.;  ! cream, c.lndy, elb. The money w.lbbr ;  j tumed-iuto the building fund .tor  the  , now church. ;'-   ' ' '  TO: "a  Of  riA  Bradley  '��� #%���  TAINTBKB,  ,  FAPEBIXA^aEKB,  DEOdSATOR^. "���������'.  T  it  :.a'ni pleased to inform  the public that, all unsold lots belonging 'to  the Moyie TOwnsite Co,  rlinrptl Ai'AV'fiSi 1 :������,���-.���  '4*  moiaOaaioUows   the En;A*!vAme  5v-  MRQ  BRANCH  i-fEN" I*Nr  ness  VjHAUTMKNT���Interest alluwbd .ou-'^PosltH;. ���  ^soW.avaikblc'.inall   p.i��a-  of   Canada,   United.   hUle:  iie-   ^L-^Aal aUoivtion given to eolleeUons. ���      .-   ���-      .       .  .,,    ��� '��� A ��� .   \. a. ..M*f ,-.;��� ^ -A'  OBA^BKOOK,  -,Utt  ,J.  >'  -,i)\v uv:->  nd 111H ���  l;).i-;U'= and bar,  .M:,tl|o r^O'ilr.  I'rtViSliyTKV.lAA      - ..  11-11.    Sunday School at i, p, n��  cning    serviso   nt  'i ;.-.w..  'Ari-vono wel'oomo..    ,       , ,v '   .  . ���  "v   *    ^. McnlABMlP. .lA.tor.  w.-nrois'i:���In: the School House  SundayRchoolat JO a. m. Mo.nmg  service  at'H    o'clock.  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A,.;il  A :A'=  SR55 Vr ���" rT^yr"' ���   ��� * ���* -T">**" -"r �� ������-���^o**^  While the  el Slept  By Sidney H.   Cole  ...Coiij-risln, 11=03. Ly T. C. McC'lure.  Dr. Theodore Miller -was nervous.  His nervousness had manifested iisc-lf  some time before the heavy stone posts  of the carriage gateway appealed tc  view, and all the way along the dusty  road it had materially increased. Now,  as he stood at last before the entrance  to the Poplars, it liad grown' to such  proportions that lie paused in' mental  irresolution, which bade fair to develop into precipitate flight.  Indeed, so much had his courage ebbed that for several wavering seconds  he stood there looking despairingly ut  tbe trim, driveway before' liim and  casting wistful glances 'at tlie dusty  road he had Just traveled: Jt was mil  until he had called himself numerous  kinds ,of a moral coward and a procrastinating idiot, modified by variegated .adjectives,, that he starred reluctantly up tho driveway.  "See here, my boys," he observed, involuntarily squaring his shoulders and  quickening.his steps. "This will never  do in tho world. You can't put it of!  any longer, for they leave tomorrow.  So be a little man.   Go up, and got your  he OAans oot of nis crrArn in an. awk  waiid bocnd.  coup de grace and go home and con  sole yourself with 'I tolil you so'  Cadi" he added, v.-ilh an absurd  chuckle. "I believe I shall bolt before  I reach the house in spite of myself."  However, with all his qualms and  tremors, Miller marched sturdily up the  drive. Soon tlie path turned sharply,  and he stood before the colonial hou.io.  On the front porch Miller behold the  head of the house, Colonel John Grew  Worth, U. S. A., retired, stretched comfortably in a steamer chair.    Mo ..one  else was in sight.   A closer inspection  disclosed  the   fact that   Colonel  John  Grew Worth, U. S. A.,  retired, slept.  Tlio disclosure' was brought about by  the ears rather than by  the eyes, for  Colonel Worth had dropped his lower  jaw and was sending heavenward a series of grunts and gurgles nnd snorts  which would have done, credit to the  most enthusiastic sawmill.  Miller mounted the steps and, drawing a chair close beside the sleeping  man, sat down. lie took no precaution's as to noise lu these movements,  for Colonel Worth, besides being a  sound sleeper, was so deaf that nothing short of a charge of dynamite  would arouse him. The doctor lighted  a cigar and looked thoughtfully across  the well kept lawn and the trim  shrubs and hedges. He was thinking  how glad he was of this moment to  collect himself before he saw  her.  "Probably make an ass of myself at  the best," was his optimistic forecast.  "Ilee ��� gur-r-r-r! J h-e ��� giir-r-r-r!"  the colonel .snored phicidly.  Miller looked at the portly, bald-  headed ligure hi the steamer chair. A  humorous twinkle came into his eyes,  and a quiet sinilo curved the corners  of his mouth.  "Ilee���gurr-r-r���ah-h!" the colonel  persisted.  . "It is, Indeed,", said tho doctor hi  tones of grave acquiescence. "I don't  remember ..when we've had such perfect weather in September as; this is.  Beautiful air too. Havo you-noticed  how clearly the hills stand out today?  Generally, you know, they are nothing  but a hazy blue lino, on the horizon.  Cast your eye, If you ;wiil, on Itaw-  eon's pond over by the woods there.  Did you ever see anything finer? The  way it shimmers, and glints in���whjT,  how rude of you to interrupt!" he  broke off suddenly as a spasm of unusual violence shook the sleeping  man. The doctor waited patiently for  this to subside, loaning forward with  an air of interested attention.  "Oh, yes," he said at length; "I  know the army is going to the dogs,  but I wouldn't be so vehement about  it if I were you. It-won't do a bit of  good." -        '-  The colonel seemed trying to shake  down tho porch.  "Really 1 must protest," said Miller. "You see, I didn't come here to  talk about the army with you this  afternoon. The fact ia, I want to  epeak to you about ���about" ���-he  yuused and glanced furtively around���  "Molly," be SAld, r.inused at bis own  temerity in thus alluding lo tho imperious Miss Worth.  -Wh-r-poo-o:" the colonel gurglt-J.  "W-y, 1 thought you'd be surprised,"  Miller went on. "So; 1 shall not ar��k  you for her hand at present���anyway  not until 1 have asked the lady herself, which I intend to do some time  this afternoon. ' Iu all probability, if  I follow out this intention, I shan't  have to trouble you," lie added gloomily. ,  -  "Gurr-r ��� gurr-r ��� gurr-iT' came  hoarsely from/the colonel. ,  "Thanks for those cheering words,"  said ..Miller. "I wish 1 felt as sure  about it. I think she knows I intend  to propose some time. I've been on  the, point of doing so a number of  times before. ��� but something always  hindered at the critical time. Once it  was a cow, again it was a bee, and another time her shoe became untied."  If the colonel's throaty efforts had  been a trille less violent at that moment Miller might have,, caught the  sound of a subdued titter behind the  closed blinds of the library, and a moment later he might have hoard the  door behind him opened softly and the  tread of,light footsteps on the' porch.  These were lost to him, however, us  he bent over the slumberer with a  whimsical expression on his face.  '���you've always seemed rather kindly disposed toward me," Miller said','  still addressing the somnolent warrior,  "and so I'm about to,take the liberty,  of asking you a few questions. 1 wish  you'd answer them without prejudice  as man to man. We'll construe your  answer thusly: That 'hec���gurr-r' (par-,  don tbe.-pronuncialibu, but those delicate accents are rather elusive) we'll  call an ti'tlirmative and that 'whir-  poo,' which you interpolate once in  awhile, we'll, call a negative. Dear,  dear! How annoying to have you answer so indiscriminately before I've  .asked the questions:  "New, if you were ,in my shoes  wouldn't you thinlc Molly had given  you���er���encouragement? Ah, I thought  you'd agree with me. But,-really, your  answer loses force when you repeat it  so incessantly.  "No. 2: Knowing this young.lady as  you do, do you honestly think I'm the  'sort of man to make her happy?"  "Ilee���gurr-r-r!" It was a perfect  imitation of the affirmative snore, but  it did not come from the colonel.  Miller turned and found Molly  Worth standing behind him. He came;  out of his chair in an awkward bound.  He tried to say something, but he  .stammered so helplessly that ho ga.ve  it up and stood staring at her until  her face flushed crimson and her eyes  fell.   '  "That was the ono that 'meant 'yes,'  wasn't'it?" she faltered; then suddenly  she found herself in the arms of a  young physician, whose' power of  speech had been restored to him.  Some moments later they remembered the colonel. Miller-strode over  to ihe steamer chair and bent over  him.  '���l~>o I Liave your consent, sir?" he Inquired, with ridiculous deference.  ������ilee���gurr-r-r���ah-h!" was the benediction of the colonel.  Symptoms   of  Decay.  "I am afraid you are not so strong  as you used to-be, John," said a fond  wife to her husband. "I think it Is  about time you were getting.some insurance on your life."  '���Insurance on my life! What are  you .talking about? I am as healthy  as ever i was.    Insurance, indeed!"  "Well, doar, I only mentioned It, you  know, out of respect to yourself. I  thought you were failing."   -  ���'And what in the world put it Into  your head that I am failing? Me failing? Why, I am as strong as a horse  and can run up three flights of stairs  without taking a breath."  "Well, that may be so, but I am  afraid you'are deceiving yourself."  "Deceiving myself! Goodness gracious, woman, what do you mean?"  "Don't be so impatient. What makes  me think you are failing is this: When  you were courting me you could hold  me on your knee for three hours. Now  you cannot hold the baby on your lap  three minutes."  Ilelntlve   StrcMieih   of  Mnn'i   Limbs.  As a reaVilt of some very interesting  experiments made by scientists and  physiologists -with a view (o determine,  the relative strength of right and left  limbs it has been ascertained that  over f>0 per cent of the men examined  had tlie right arm stronger than the  left, KJ.'l per cent had the two arms  of equal length and strength and 152.7  per cent had the left arm stronger  than the right. Of women 40.9 per  cent had the right arm stronger than  the left and 2-1.5 percent had the left  stronger than the right. In order, to  arrive at the average length of limbs  ���fifty skeletons were measured, twenty-  five of each sex. Of these twenty-  three had the right arm and left leg  longer, six the left arm and right  leg, while in seventeen cases nil the  inembers were more or less equal in  length.  WEDDING TALK.  guiiie   IIttl��l��v   >��*Mi��i��a   About   VaHotfrf  I'oinla   uf   tlie   Home-   Weddingr.  Rot a home wedding, especially if  the bride wears a, white gown, a greea  and v,hite color scheme is charming  and not difficult to arrange. However,  some brunettes, to whom white is not  becoming and who wish to look their  Lest on their weddimr day, have chosen  a pink setting for their bridal, says the  Boston Cooking School Magazine in a  short chat on wedding matters.  For an early lime wedding, in localities where it is abundant, the wild  pink azalea makes a most effective  decoration. Garden ros-s are seldom  available until the very last of ihe  month, but when they are plentiful  nothing finer can be desired. A bride  ' may now wear or carry,, any favorite  ilower, the old lime prestige of the  orange blossom having iu some measure departed. ',,  ' It was a happy'thought wliich gave  mothers a place in the bridal procession. . Fathers, sisters and brothers nil  had their duties iu connection with the  event, but ofttimes the mother was  left alone during the ceremony. -Now  one or both mothers form a graceful  and'dignified part of the procession.  A pretty idea for a home wedding Is  to have the young guests surround the  couple during the ceremony. This  saves choosing bridesmaids, which is  sometimes a difficult thing to do when  one has many friends and relatives.  Kvery prospective' bride loves to  show ."her t trousseau to a few close  friends. This is sometimes made the  occasion of a small,, tea or gathering  and gives an opportunity for bestowing any small and dainty gift. This is  a much better way than the mice popular shower, which is now thought not  quite good form. r   '  The, refreshments ,for a home wedding may be0 passed or they may he  served at small tables scattered  through the house, and this' Is by far  the must comfortable .way. If convenient, tables witlr'twenty-four inch tops  may be hired for the occasion. These  may be covered with large napkins, of  dinner size if the hostess has not a sufficient number of embroidered or  drawn work cloths.  For the wedding reception In summer nothing more is required than ice  cool drinks, small cakes and'sandwiches. .Of course if one' chooses a salad  may be added, accompanied with thin  cut bread and butter or wafers. Oare-i  ful attention to all the small details  will mark the perfection of the entertainment and add much to the comfort  of the guests.  A  lint   For   Youthful   Charm*.  The rustic straw hat illustrated calls;  ,,for youthful  freshness and charms in  its wearer.   A-bandeau of biscuit tulle  raises it off the .face.    Delicate pastel,  ItUSTIC BTRAW HAT.  tinted ribbon,, blue, pink and biscuit,  lies in soft folds about the crown, together with a cluster of beautiful pink  roses and accompanying foliage.  How   tlie   Sun   Hums   the   Skin.  The sun does actually burn the skin,  and there is no difference between its  burns and one produced from any other kind of intense heat. The oils and  necessary moisture in the skin are  evaporated by the sun. The sun burns  the cuticle of the skin when exposed  to its rays. The skin, gets parched  and is rendered apparently lifeless,  and then it peels or dies away.  The following Is an excellent preparation to allay the burning of tho  skin:  Milk, one pint; carbonate of soda, one  ounce; glycerin, one ounce; powdered  borax, one-half ounce. This can be  used several times u day if requhed.  Itonds and Tlrcii.  In France every carrier's and every  market cart instead of injuring the  highway improves it. Many of the  tires are ten inches wide. In the four  wheeled, vehicles of that country the  rear axle is fourteen inches longer than  the fore, nnd as a result the roar wheels  run in a line about an Inch outside the  level rolled by the front wheel. After  a few loaded wagons have passed over  a road the highway looks as if a steam  roller had been at work. A national  law In Germany prescribes that wagons heavily loaded must have tires  not less than four inches wide. In  Austria the minimum for similar vehicles is six and a half inches and la  Switzerland six Inches.  Citnturd   Mfiklinc.  When making custards for puddings  ami the filling for custard pies, if the  milk is brought to Un: scalding point  and then stirred into the beaten eggs  and sugar and placed at once in the  oven for baking it will . require only  half the time usually allowed for cooking. A custard pudding may be steamed and is oftentimes nicer than baked,  being more delicate. A cup custard  will be steamed-sufficiently. Iu fifteen  uiiuutes.  Household   Brevities.'.'  Use the potato ricer for cheese that la  to be sprinkled on spaghetti, etc., instead of spending time grating it.  Ham soaked in milk overnight will  be found exceedingly tender and sweet  when used for breakfast the next  morning.  Allow grass stained spots to remain  saturated with,alcohol for u little time,  then wash in clear water.  When the fingers are stained In peeling fruits dip them In strong tea, rubbing them well with a nailbrush and  ifterward wash them In warm water,  ind the stains will disappear.  Any one who has been eating onions  should eat a few leaves of parsley  iteeped in. vinegar. After handling  mlons rub the hands over with nw  )otatu :....  ;1_���   ii-  ere Sha11  iz  We Land?"  By W. W. Hines  Copyright, 1903, by T. C. McCluro .  O��� ;   "The clouds are so white and the sky  go blue aud I am so happy," said the  girl.  "The sky is blue���so blue���almost as  blue as your eyes, but I don't believe  that I am 'happy/ said the man, trailing his paddle.  . "But you should he happy," said the  girl. "It is a perfect day and tonight  we are going to leave to take up our  work again.   You love your work, don't  you?"  "Y-e-s, I'suppose I do," the man replied' hesitatingly. "But there are so  many other things I love; for instance"���  "Tho white clouds, .the blue sky and  drifting-iu u canoe. You are a bit iasy,  I am afraid." '  "I didn't mean the clouds, nor, tho  eky, nor drifting In a canoe. I meant  ���but ic can make little difference to  you what I did mean. Do you remember that,littlo verse of Keilly's���  "Whero shall we land?   Cod's grace!  ���I know not any place  So f.-ilr as ill is,  Swung here between tho blue  Of sea and sky, with ybu  ;       To ask me with a kiss.  ���Whero shall we'land?' "  "That's a very pretty verso," said,,the  girl. .. "But I haven't-asked you with���  with .anything where we shall land.  We shall land at tho hotel from which  wo started an hour ugo, audit's almost  time to start back. I expect my part  in the afternoon mail, and 1 am dying  to see it."  "You love your work so much, then?"  "Better than 'anything else in the  world."  ,;'! have read the book and I think: the  part will,lit you," said the man. "One  book reviewer said that the heroine  was the most appealing type ever presented in 'fiction."  ���'Y'our speech was almost pretty,"  said the girl. |'Atrany rate, it's by far  the nicest thing you have said to me  this summer. But you say that I can't  sets?'  "No more you can," said the man  cheerfully. "You don't have to, you  know.' Besides, remember that I tempered my criticism."  "I have it by heart," said the girl.  "You' did say some..rather nice-things  about my looks and my personality.  So 1 am inclined to be lenient with yon.  'I    HATE   READ   THE   BOOK   AND I THINK  THE PAKT WILL FIT YOU," SAID 1115.  But do you really mean to' say that,  you think I never will become a great  actress?"  "Thero Is about ns much chance of  your becoming a great actress as thero  is for Duss going into musical comedy.  Some people aro horn stars, somo  achieve the lofty eminence, and somo  have stardom th,:ust upon them. You  were horn,a star, .but you really cf.u't  act a littlo bit."  "It's rather unkind of you to keep  reminding me of It. 1 have managed  to forgive you for all your harsh criticism of last winter."  "And If you forgive me, what then?"  "Why, then wo can be friends, can't  we? I've always hoard that you would  never make any acquaintances, among  the profession for fear that your criticism would be biased by personal  prejudice.. You won't be prejudiced  against me when I come out in my  new play, will you?" ���t  "Have mercy on your servant! The  alarm you display is nattering, but not  convincing. Ybu know that I a'm nothing but a crusty old writer and you  don't care a hang what I say. You  know that the public will,go to see  you, even though you do net like a dramatic school, graduate. It's youAhey:  go to see and you they care for, not  your art. And I don't see why you  should object to having the fact  stated."  "It is not kind of you to say that.  Why do yon come to see mo?",  "I'm paid to go," said the man, grinning. .       ������ .   '    .11  "And do you only eomo when you  ore compelled to do so?"  "You played In Now York sixty-three  times last year. Of course, I was thero-  tho first'night."  "Yea, to write your horrid criticism.  But didn't you come any more?"  "I dropped in occasionally. Sixty-  pne  times.  I  think the (/occasionally'  ,r,.^rJ_^-��."l.'��~t'-"-'--0"u=:,jetJ=af*:;  \v:i?.   G.'K-o i had another first night  \o cover.' ,    ������Thais b:-l!cr, over ro much better  Now"lell me why you dropped in for  the  sixty   times   v>u   didn't   have   to  conic"    ' ,    ,  ������Not for art's r-uke."  "Then it must have boon for tue  same reason 1hat"-r  -I didn't admit it to myself until 1  met you this summer, but it ia a fact."  "The sky is so blue and the clouds  are so 'white :uul 1 nm so happy."  There was the lilt of a song in her  .voice,as she repeated the words.  "Of course ybu are happy You arc  j oung and beautiful-and everything.  \vhv shouldn't you be happy?"  ,  "1 'am happy--for .many reasons.  One of the reasons is 'that you come  to :se'e me for the same reason that  other people do." ���   '  "If we go back to the hotel you will  find your part waiting fOr you and will  take'the train back to town tonight?"  as a question.  "Yes, rehearsals begin the first of the  week!"  "And if we go hack to the hotel I  will take tlio afternoon train1 back to  town and smoke a iui write and be  lonely and miserable all this winter,"  as a statement.  "I can't help it if you do. . It isn't  up*," fault .that yon are going to smoke  and Write and be miserable."  "1 was just telling you 'what would  happen if we land at the hotel."  "But where in' the world would we  land if,not at the hotel?"    '  c "On the other side of the lake is a  village, a beautiful little village."  "Yes, I have boon there. But what  has that to- do with the question of  where we hind?"  "There is a quaint, old fashioned  church in the village and a quaint  priest In the church."      . 0  "Yes?"  ,"!�� we land at the village, you can  send a .telegram to your manager telling him that you have retired from tho  stage."  "What n. preposterous idea! Why  should I send him such a foolish tele-,  gram?" '   -  ��� it  "So that I need never be lonely or  miserable again."  "Tako care or you will upset tho  canoe!"  ''Where shall we land?"  "In the river, if you are' not careful."  .''Will you ho serious?"  "We will hotli bo vciy��� serious and  very wet if you upset thoAanoe."  "What is your answer?"  "Are you sure there is a telegraph  office in tlie'village?"  Plir and I'onr.  t I am the owner of a pony and a small  black pig. wliich, after tke manner of  the country, ,runs .loose and finds its  own food. The pony Js kept stabled ot  nijjht, hot for part of the day is out  'grazing 'and Is fed-with corn every  morning near the dining, room window.  The corn is put in a box -which rests on  the ground. When the pony comes he  is always accompanied by the pig, who  sits between his'fore feet and occasionally takes a littlo corn himself. If  he; lakes, too much the pony gives him  a gentle bite, as a reminder not to be  greedy. Tho pig sleeps against tho  stable door (it is not allowed to go inside), so as to bo near its friend, and  when the pony is grazing the pig Is always just alongside. When I go out  for a drive or a ride and the pony has  to wait, friend pig lies down between  his feet until we start. On returning  from the drive the pig jumps about,  making tho most absurd antics to greet  his friend, and grunts a queer, sharp  grunt, looking for ail the world like a  fnt and clumsy "old spaniel greeting its  master.' It then trots off to the stable  with its friend. No other pig dare go  near the pony, as he has a great dislike  for'animals as a whole and bites them  savagely.���London News.  When the  IIu.ili.'iTiil Cinen  MnrUotlnp;.  A well known officer has an idea that  he can manage the affairs of the pantry better than his wife.  "My dear," said ho one clay, "that  baker of yours is cheating you. He  ought to givo you seven of these buns  for sixpence. I-can got seven for that  price."  So tho major set off for tho baker's  shop.  On arriving he pointed to a pile of  buns on tho counter and said, in his  severest way:  "I want seven of those buns for sixpence."  "But"��� Raid tho girl in attendance.  "No 'huts' In the matter!" roared the  major. "If you don't give me seven  I'll no elsewhere and get them."  "Well, sir, if you insist," said the girl,  "I'll"���  "I do insist," said tho major.  So.the girl counted seven buns into a  paper bag and gave them to tlio major,  who went home greatly elated with his  success..      (    , '  "Look what firmpess can do;" hesaid  to his wife.   "I got seven for .sixpence."  "Yes," said his'wife, "but you have  been cheated. "Those-arc''ha'penny  buns!"���Spar'e'Moments.'..  Tiitm Silver In His Coffee.  Two business .men' were hastily car>  ing their midday luncheon in a Chestnut street cafe a few days ago when  ono of them, in attempting to drink.a  cup of scalding coffee, set it down  with an exclamation of pain as'the hot  ��� fluid' burned his throat. "It is. a poor  waiter," remarked the other, "who  does not seo that coffee is of a proper  ���temperature before lie puts it on the  table. But just placo a silver spoon  In that and in a very short time It will  be cooler.". Ho explained that silver  Is a wonderful absorbent of heat and  carries it out of the coffee. ITe added  that ho had a friend who had a silversmith make two small bars of solid  silver which he-uses nt home for cooling his coffee.���Philadelphia Keeord.  Tlifi WONDI-Krui.  |>EC��,;,^  ANIi>ISSINCiAUN. '  ���'Mile  Strlctcen Willi r.u-u-.u i.......   ,  "'".'sliHtd.  UiiuMii to i'mij r.uiin i:iB[,,,  |  JtlKlU I..-K.  Mr.   John  Craig, ,-, ..,,u ,     1  rner living near k. ii.,, .\,,AL|  trict,   Ont,,   is   a:'mW ���j (,!"'i  paralytics,    who   u.\i.,   |,a':;  good health and ,r,.i|Uv U"H  --if not life  ii-��� I:-A, \\u. y^ll  Williams' Pink  J'tip    .\li"(^|  3iis  experience  as   lullowsA|f  tho  blessing  of  (ioi| .,n,| ^,y'  Dr.  Williams'  I'm!.  I',;;., j ^  .  lievo that J   would !H. A[y,. Al  was stricken with '.hat iM-un/i  tion, partial  p;\r.i:,>.pp "l |,..j"  lutely ho power in, i.,y iiL-tit--I  leg.     I  ^yavs   riot   A A   t,) ^  fact if  f 'tried  tn  <!n Pi | ���0,��i  over.   I had lo i>.- nn. ,| i,f,���"'  aud   my   family   a1. I  n  death    was    a cry    m,.i  told - me thai    he n, ,.,|  (], r^1  for wc,,   and   that    i   w.,.. \vl  any moment, to l��.i\,- i.;:,-,'!,.,',  which  would carry i-.c ,,'1    [',.  this' deplorable con '.>,<���>u y.|,,.;]  ntlvisoil    to    urn    Ur    \\ii!uiiji>  Fills.    I sent for thiv.1 i���n...-, -,  fore they were' ullj. ..I i c.viijJ  tho'   fingers    on   my   ! .'i.d v.u-|  nithoi'to    boon    ab^xlu'v.-ls  powerless.    You  fan n.ii.,,, q  my joy at this foi.vi-nins�� j,r<J|  the' pills   Were   helping  (,...   ;|  this on   I  kepi getimc stronw  the . control   of    my   iA..hz."iT!  gradually came    bail*   until 1  again  able  to   walk ;i!>...i!. a^j  tualiy   to    work..     To  i.iy u\;  my euro seems like a hum-Io,,}  one .of them ever exp.-Ufi! to a  out of bod again.   "1 giii'ily giul  mission   to   publish  the ^Uiry'tJ  euro .with the wish thm it-iuyi  life  and   hope  and   acthuyioj  other sufferer."    ' ,  The  cure  of  Mr.  Fr.-.g g.v��  tional  evidence  that    Pi.    \\J  Pink Pills are not an o-.hii.irv  cine,    und    lhat   llieir .puv.-i to  ,in all troubles of tiA hiAil orn:  phicc3   t hem   beyond   .ill  other  efnes.    You can  get. ilie-.- inlli  any medicine de.ilcr o" diivd ij|  at  50..cents a box,  ur mk tau  ��2.">0   by   writing   Ti.'-   Pr��� Wi\  Medicino  Co.,    BrotUil!.- , Om |  that    tho    full   ,nni:ic    "hi. ��;r  Pink" Pills for Palo jv<,).u-" h,;  cd on the wrapper around cv;rjl  .   .     ;    MME.  TUSSAUD.  . Tio   Fnimins   ft'n'vcn   Mo.lol JrlliJ  a I'nrl.N   Jtix!   London.  Mmo.  Tussaud   was aluMilj- fs.  in  l'aris before pIic wnit to En:  It  was with  two ��t hor v,:i.\enri  ductious.   sel/.ed   by  the fa'uple (I  parade   through   the  .sinfh.ut II  that the i-Yelu-h ivvohTiivn w^s'']  The soldiers attacked tl:e ii mires,  dayii   later   follow..!   tl.e   :),(��|  Vf:.ruling   of   the   n.i-ii"e.    Mi  wax had been the fji��lii��.*i*-.il��!t;crsa  the court nnd the ri.h.' It V^j  from a physician of lV.-rn.' iiniiiiilf  tins,   who 'turned   t->  l.in=-n!t 1J|  mai'lmbjLo skill in uiodchia; anstsj  specimens and was iuvhul If l'ir|  the  Prince de.Couti.    Mmi>. 1��|  nee Marie Ores.hollz, the vl.iliHi  dier, was hisjiieee and ad"i>':(J*;  tcr, first his pupil mid' fmilljWst  ter.   There weie few por.N.):n.v:a*-j  names are famous now in cor.'*j  witli tbe revolution who did "^:  to the young artist in w.iv.  'I'M  of  some  she. had  to  H',"d0l aft?I  guillotine   had   been   e!npioyeJ tj  them.    She gave lessons i�� t|l0{jl  the    king's    sister.    Mine.   H^l  amoiig  other  iilu.-drioiis  pci'M^v  was    impnVoued    with   .h>,i'j>lii5M  Boauharnais, afterward empivsi t|  in  those'early days M. OirwU^  "chamber ot horrors."  But after the revolution Mi^-1  Baud left Prance forowr. NurH  nt first find times in EnA'i>l1 'j  more propitious. After tijiW  Strand she moved to I1lacklie.it".  ,-f popular resort, but at In.<t lim i  on tour from town to town,  not lil! 1SW that she was abu-  permanently in London.  to:  r<  A liim.-ii'm.Cl'���<"��<���"���  Glacier bay is the ui.M "f^M  -ion In. which to seo lii'A' '-^  glaciers of Alaska. 'Ma-'''- ��" I  glaciers which di��ehai-e l.eu- ��� J  waters. The large.-d .if tlo-e is i  glacier, which drains tin :i:'"1 " A  NOO square miles. It ^ ,:i"; '"'^i  maximum velocity of !I,I,M:V'V.'ri  a  day  and  is continually (Ik-I'JI  large icebergs from il" ,,|��l- '.' '1  aliens have been great w. I.m M  limes. Ono or two hundred ji. f  it extended,'in. common wll!l. ,'J  glaciers ofthe bay. twenty a"A I  its present ending, and not.lo-'i. i  that the .glaciers woi;c. so siiiw" 1  valleys now barren and.blea> �� J  cupicdhy large forests. .___'������ ."  Keren trie.  urgefUt-Ol'i, yes; .(.'hurley V]  it.; a little eccentric ll;m!;"',\l|  iced several.'times when I"'1"1*]  ���ed a lead pencil.���instead-<��f llll'I  uto. his' pocket, as any ����c 1  .Id tlo, he hands it bael-Autbe  |  B  'rigl  not.  row-  it  wot:  er.  HSh. CoiiHoletiCV  Fierce-  as.be    was,    the   H<0 "l  Chief Jus-life .Jeffreys did "' 'V*  escape   the   sting   of a   rcpai'l1''-'.  ��� went to a  con ii try  assize  once  m  i m  an old  man  with  a 'great l'''*"'1  to give evidence, but had n��t '"^  fortune   to   please   tho   jnAr|'. .^j'.  quarreled with- his beard and s.i"^  your  coriKcienco   is   as   lai'gV ';"'_���  i hoard you'll .swear anylhing-"        f.  j blade was nettled and briskly re'^J  j "My' lord,  if you  go about "'"^  \ consciences   by   beards   yota' "'  ��� has none." Jjw��'--  ��� rt**iV->  ,^.^-s**"^  ..j-A;f).j^:J:>..i���j,  ,4���   * uinnD  ;|JSEFULAN<''THfEpf,UH!'<!'3H!yG aA'-i  A a';,PECO.HAt!OWlV:0F'. THEAiOUBE.   ;  f ^v\  pic B  V*J yp.il      .VI 5 If  ftWR:  il  ^MAN:A1:^TH:EVH&LM.������  '.Mar,  ^aialiuaa  a 6 or  ..**��--  ��� r i.i us'  oia-ii"  ..-^a.**:-^--j-^^k-j**3^'*'"  "hAi  a;i,a  withl'Op'O' ^  ' '��ei... apart, b.yu:  fore':';I,'' ve.-M'cr.v.e..  A::Aa'"'  Tvn-.i'ii"'!!':'  ,ai!lA J*  ��� .j^^iAotd A'Ahl  \);-',4r:'der.f'H.;?tK.el.wvV-  aArAA':-A.''a '.A.'V  jUUY LAW US.  1"-% ��t> v. In*.' �����  (iltes<*    I *������  'i !!<���--       ��.  (I 11      /V< I   !1>-  i;-<(       l)<-l!}.)-tfiil     '.sufrfi  Jjltf���'MMlK-    S.tlOli     1>  �����* I ,   III   '���li.-l �������� s  I"t��P   A<'< ")'�� '���'< d:t ( i:i i;   '; Ij. :  ��� m.  Oiabetcs i-. again  Vanquished  by  Dodd's Kidney Pil!-,.  v  ,,,-,    mother    gives  lets,   they   taste  1"   A.*-  *V     chip 'Ld��.      ���  -*J* *    -I 1. iu  well   aT,<1  ����rtI'Py  Ur-d ��'aU.L .J   help   and   baby's  ar'  r,!��;1' I        Guaranteed     to  .**    ''/'.'...'or harmful,   dr.iKs. .  I111 ,:'J "'Voi-^nnn, cure colic,  K^.'J..    HeanM, the bowels, ���  kld'V,      .".tation.      and     euro  te"' ', n"��Hs     of     childhood,  &e (1>'V ,,i ,cS children in  homes  r����.t'   OvnTuhl.ts nreused.,  iv   i't   !\    l'��'��b.i,'h,  Ont.. -says  jIA  ,;���w  wnat  higher  j.rni** I  *>r'1       ,,,'s   Own   Tablets    than  ^^V    ;,,ul(l  not  be  without  --;     i,o0sC.      I  have   found  \: ,A   .��,   claimed   and   k-cp  '" J'/,! 'to   meet   any   t-morg-  "<',) bv i-U med,rn,c>  eloale^  I  '   <���    li.oH.Mlle. Out.  ..'' .'biA'plniKipof tlio'. i��st:r'f.ul'iKfK-s',of., lyckii-:.1-;  thutA'iplA'A ji'i a. very praejicai.'imiii-  iter '-'.to '���'h<'��pie-''iii;'ikiT!-;..' i;y thAhelpAbew  'give in afui'i.jii-hin'g lite./lions  tltisa fact'.becohies, 'mon.  ��� ognlz ed' ��� - tn i d ;.b . ��� I: i er  W-h.eii  Aa-rally re/.--,  Aiders tood ���'.-there  Onuut, I.afi umii<*, of M. M:irs;uc*j He, Que,  tl.e A!,in > urort- Tutthcr Proof of tlm  !,i. Keaildn^ I'um-i ol tlit tijeftt Kit!-  n^j  KctiKdy.  M  ,���:���;'������.������ii'i <.$>���.������  ���yy<&&*r  hi      ��� A,'  ACiAAs^{  iataA)A'.teI  .yyuioUimrJiJ  lu^i.i'fe'pov.vr'-U.  thAl.,!(Vo;l or.'tj  nd'AA other  ut-'-'. these iiillij  ;(.r-,:'()r.--'d,u;ufuj  c,;,ur yix.lAa  , fl'b(-'l'!;,Ai!:  ockvill.raict,  ���i-iiYe','. ^;l>i'.;;win|  le :tS'<>!}U:"'is;fj  ;.rfa  ���WV-  i^iillis.;;  r',.p yy^j's\-2j,<yiyy<y-y  ���fi'-oiri 'Vfxeiwvfi'lAies,  |���i:iO;"i.'p^  Viiii.iV.;';;.::  tAAAeVenA  hi  V^'P, va4-  it'i.n'i'a.i  t,-u    I'.-'t'l,   s~l."  i'lHi'l'oOO':' '���Au't'li:  ,,.   ion:;   f��.ri%  Si,.- AlarguAite,;' porch estcA. .:Cpj..,-  .,'!|Qne^'.' .lu'i'y -������it' OSvieciaf).Ai'hatAdi  !;AfU'i/iiu-s'' 'and ..st/iges' ofaKidney .Bis-  '' ftic-ie-iylelfV''' readily Ao lio'ddA. 'Kidney  11'ilis "iias : b"et?n" prpvi'-n; .aliTiost daily:;  ���Air' years, ������but. 'wd'iAi'.aiAlherAictAA  *,ovA the ���:deadly" Hiabetes- iii sporcA  ; it..' i^v.:. EilsAys AyorUiy : otpinAition.  Aiirira ciise'lAs .happened .hcreppa.: :  j,:,.:tio!W.'t: 1 .afbuunA A; .the ' num. cured  ,'��� nft13a t'he".'���c't'iA - :was".icpii'fcky'as Well as  ;A-bmpl,Ae;; ; Sppakhi'gportlispcure.';i)r:  a L;-jJ5i'ti't'i)po.':K!i.ys: ���'.���.:���'.���. -'���'������. .-,.��� ''.��������������� .'���'���..���.���." :; ���'.������''���������  .     A 'Or.'twur yearivt'^ufTered -from.Hi-a-:  'betAi;:' :h vvQ' ;a tteniied';Viy- ;the ' doctor'  Mail all his 'i:e!'i;,edi��;'spU<t;rnrano good:  :.A��' SirejiR-tA joTitl. Ail  u:<>;;i:J.ilaA'>"5<Aj  . .Siiilttlsc ,ilQ-.:s��!liAS;i' 'Srn.oot?''v-' :'      '  ''jn, iJit-se-AiyK of.AA,;Api'aAi;  v-'.'o,'iien   ser,va,!|:t;i    lAa^iewives;:'.*;ho-7kl jpa(,.>a!.j:p:a p-^-esi "'prVxtoc-Tr  n.aal tlie problem; .-There-is u l'iio�� to ; oyy'.rn'>.��"i"^0"��'��"' n'AU'O-A v'     ''  af.A ,this:,cohditi<>!i,,oi>i;a.!Iah^,;M��I.:t!jei"a---, ���   '    .    a  -^     , ���-  iime'i.s;at':h'and...lt is aii 'evident, fii.c.t  \ iliat.servahtis.-m'usfc be foHlicomiiig-and'^  ] pioA: oiily .' se.rya'jits, ��� '"but   satisfactory j  'servant's.. There:is;ubuse iii dillydally-.  in iz nny longer.,,      ��� :' '���" ". -;     ,.',���    ���.'��������� ���"���  rMeh can be;,;tanglA::'h9A to do any^j  kind' o,f work,; 'and a, greeri mnuisno'  ajuore diilicult to tea,ch tlunr A/a: gr^e��  .girl, Itutwhcfi  ��� ���' ���    ; ��� i  .-7 euu-j  j.$Atk.:Ji-i..i't.u'  {���V'ilS.,f;l'lJM,p:,'l';  i'r'on-'; the..1 J.r!.ii���  aAa.J  ii   :;.iii-'  ���   i.  '"     ���!y'���,;:a,    '  tjtt- per'   "  'tab;. ��� an-J.<Ct  'n.i'l.  lAr-  totii'Tib''!.  :R-inudK'n..' >'.x]>yviyy M.i-i; . ip';  S225,84{t'724:. Oi:���'-���<?��� !>'���!* A'A'i5';  XVO!-.;" ���'���'��� tit','1'.t'-i Ata1   .' Bitt ui'l'l ".'a'!.''d'  cet:ii.'.-.t:,i-i' t'h.-"' utifpd  A;'".;'-;���''.',''  RAIW  T^OLS  more niuicuu to- it-u.oiauiuM.j^^tj?.���-.-.!       '���������-'���-A     A'a- m:' ������,i'AAvioi,U����rQes'--,-.i8��-ffSnre*ncv- 0"f';;"-HI��!PV-S'r,OI*CO"  glrl/l��rt.-whcii^..is^os.f5i^ -VpP  '.a'  ^ttec'tohiteaypnii.tlutO).^ V;'.^:-A. ^^  ..".:'  - a.''-a ���'.'���.!>'���,.-���. ���.���'��� ''a . ' ���'-       .',!, ���-���   ���_ _ y ��� ��� -' ������.    ���' ��� ���  -',.���.' -K2s��.: .���.������   ���  experience'���;in housework, .-Bometlmes'  'an',':age<i'.niau- can".he/'.se'c'ure'd for vCry.  low,' wages., Ate , Aay ; be slow��� httiis.  moveinents, anri./yet;'bec(.riise..of. iris ex.:;  pfti'ience^hepwllt acconiplish ;��� a;���.,:gre.a"t  aiiiount'bf-Syork,', Komiyimes there'is ���  poor ,jnaii,avy,hb tins '{r'ited''.tiral ���'failfM.Ptd  ���yy��<yyi  eAvAfii  ln;.,i.iii;e.ui;',po'..  "p."i'"r ��� ."'a-   V   . '.'.a '-.;��� v:.:       a-a-a ���-;      <���    ������������ ���   -a a ..-,..-   -  ;:��� y.   ,-.-������..-;   , ������-.;-. .p ; ,,p. ���. . ; -.--...a ,.v ��� ���. ;��� a-aa-    -���  .;_  amount of ^worka ��pmfe,tim.��s there is-a   ,;; - -;; ���.���������_ .:, .���'������--. .^"'aV:-. . rt?A l^^friil- AiHty; ::KlC'?pAssneRSp,nnd ;pow, sp,AA|.;  Poor ,;ihui, ^hb tnA .iriea';aiA taiieAto;'��� /E^  .fi'et.,.ilie; cirtito^^  eu     an -   - , , >c, in    A..,v   poor   health   and   in   fact,  'a'''!-- aafjP--:  . -'t-..a....a ;'.[ , a-  ��� o.:y  '���''���!{"  ���;aVVhana:a.;>  ::i);VoA'h.>-- it  " ..i^taliAA!  .-'.'iril II,, .works.- ;|A;;  .'���i)0,. .''.le'M.'tpM.^t'r'i'i 'a  ���A-AAAa'iobt '���"'���  wwy  l[:'^1V,-eJa'AoAW:V<vt!^aVahH,;Voti  lp-:AAi:uhCitppw  yv.ll.i t soli.  V,:jVi^e-:.-:or^'^^#V^^P^  ^w^m:yyK'^  Ki'iiwTXW'fl.tfc^^,.'1^  '^Ji;^|A-treer';ji!id'A>o^  - trihiiiicvnAf '.b'ookAAii'(-iM'i:;nn,^b^!:S'!''r'  ;temir:roo^^;:^ays:;xtio:t.)eiin  ^fei:Jrt^'����ii'feA"h^:''^  ;Tn-von^-'^ome tlAAoAA,imtike:a.,thin-!Kp  >ievis:i?!V^r^^r''e,%'''^^  -AiitAlA''^Ar^AATtfe^  .fr<Atavhi^i;.';niit;:'agairif;ia';all-:Uvepiiying;;  :i'omns;and ^"drAtuAaaiutoiT-eaAr*r;tA-;  ���wiiVfnwii:---l'au'dIir'^;arep'.in^  't|io)i|:tli^;:%a'li^giyhiK^��lnt��K>sp  -iiii t q ii V- ���' iU-1 i ghi'tu i-Aji A ;s nt'tefy i aiyyyyy,  ��� 'in ;o%ibIAhb!g-;.tlA;boo!AAhrot!glK)iit  iiMii's; h^eiilpCirl target ;in; Go?s. ���  '���A\;c.cori:i.>i3g.':-'I'.'11';���'���.'  SD-v ^ri-hiriiH.ia.:'!:!;  ���A!Aiy:'-A'''''-A'tAv(t  lo^Al'A'a^t'^.A1^:';"'-;--: -  :'(,ai;)e. ...(.filou;  .j'iaipllbi.'t.i'fiHpe  o?Avhv>A  :y.vi)-  iaUie  'onit:  (A'ai-;*! .iHAAOO  .11,  :id;uA-:'a''(insviu::efl'Hi   th'-  T.a'hi  ibji'k:' a're  MCiAaor ;:>o)w  A-ui-a  liiiHik  tiiiO,  s le-'  s Ai  leuil'C   neb!  heid  ^.���>,--��     ! the limi-e no < o:i\ et'i'oti ���! . ir, ;i'-'. 'iien;  i<.,,,a . . ' J* ai go. id ,.h th .x whitli 1-- oi"_"! ti r.-d  \   iiia<l,i ^ )  aiAA'AAfi  conf ^<lei at ton  d'v "i ttunxM tliesppihd re<piaei-ien'-  W.i' ,   ,,     ,   ,  , ,������ ,., ,i,��� i , .,,  :of the  ul';.)  fHHpSaA pelv;bt;i.A  ra.iri<i^stfA?^iMs;AAi;n:pA^cad.:..  my;x2ur^m^  feii in  iiiin;  Jill-. 'I1 A  jHM     ^H'   B"i"'l !  j.m(.   .,���.���,.', u-.uon     the    expoits  U'J: .��� -n.   t: v.min w.-ie i,i.'.ii-  |tll(���, ,- ! hi nn  thai,  to the  ( iiit-  ,hi...'  M  ,ol'i.li. .'a I"     '"���"   I"'1   <'"'-1       ��  JUa ..M.H'   v..^   to   the   t     :-     IHJ'I  f���.    ,,���!     i.i     Ol-eut   lilll.up       IU  |i��  ;,>* |. i   (e>i<     to  Oi'.H   Mnt.iia  I.I .11 pi on    io  ll.c   V S.  ��� '  .1  Oulnui Onnol Be Cured  hxvl t^tti'ioi* *��� they cannot reach lh��  Wii^aUot llu ear. There Ij only �����  W lo tji iiL",n,��. anJ that l�� lj>' c^1 Btl;u"  IcUrtcri'ii Dtafr.eJt t�� caused by nil m-  Irctd aailion of the mucous lining o�� tu��  B��licVu T.l�� When thl�� tubo if mnwn����  juUn�� ninMlrg ��ouna or Imperfect hM-r-  I u-d ��t��a 11 l> entirMy closed. Deafnew i��  M mult, ��nj urirai ih* Inflammation ca.o �����  In out mi ihli tube reglored to in normal  '���ullllon, beirlnc *lll b�� dontroyeJ fore-* ��r(  -< tuei out ot ten ��.ro earned by Calwrfc,  tick li Dotl.l-c but us InaamKl condlUoa ��t  it raucou�� lurfacei  OT�� will (!���.�� 0-i�� llundr��d Dollari for any  |u of DeUr.tn Utuwd by calarrh) thai can-  j*t b�� tursd br lIUI'i Catarrh Cur*.    S��nd i��t  IiroulLra tr����  | f   J   CHENKT A CO., Toledo. O  |*ol<J ky ill ilruijliti, \m.  MaJI'i Kuiill)- Plll�� iu-�� Un best.  t'an.uli  *    n,ii'i    il.inii'l   of   < rv'poi'l  J.idi   is ,1m,   ' , (,     ,, |   lb i tail).  AA'A (if  Esiiuulii. At"!  I'-.'kI (if lii-i: |iof.uhitiiiii.  i'   lb   i   im  boucvhi  ft om  In   11   ��� \.ilue  of  5?" i"'1'  \un\~\. hold A em nor in the l.vmu i>>)in  m.iy be reier\.>d for a rewilwne, book  c.'i^o, m A\bi<u ihf lu,i\ii>: em ,m'npe  til'��; and ivtiieiKC NtilimK'-. are ��� >a.  p.oil\ bMUL^it to^oth.-r. A l.u _-���* ipe  lioi'iiy i jul on a ilee! fiaeie ���",p, re ihe  p.t .'<���-, \w \ bo oj-i he 1 \vi;ho\i( Mil.ai,- i^  the best w.ij  to h'dil tl.1   u-efed tatn.h  iileli,!.  If iu.icv/'mh^ are hotuMl in hah' >eir-  l\   \ okt'.M >;  a  set   of  shelves   n, t\   be  built and ,i ^pu.- founl along \\ ,> wall  of the In IK ty  lor iheiu     Tbe ������.mhhI  illuMialloit i>b>)\v i ,\ lund,c.ise made In '  home tak'Ul   \ory ^-uiiph  and \\>ih bt-  tlo expense, b'lt au--\Ve[it)c \m-11 ta a  ir.ag.i/'.tie holder     It  is m-de of pine1  boaids   and   painted  the  color  of  the '  wood wot k   ai.Min-t   whuh   it   stands  The case is tour ami oiie li df feet hiuh  anil  three  io>-t Put,.',    The sbehe�� (i\e  eight iiiAc,- deep and hiu;li enough to  ueeomuiodnte the  niafravme-. Iu bound  lonn.    'I'heie   i-   no   h.n-k    to   thc-e  sln^vo-^, and thoy tue huht iu ^eluht  und can be e.ewly  movi d about when  ele.iiiiiig diiji e��me aiouiul     Any huuy  \%.tll   '*p;ue   Is   available   for   huldmg  bookshelves.    If the^e aie made with  out a middle ^upiioil the \\eiirbl of the  books will caiMe the Khelves to w.nz in  ihe middle  An   or'mlti.il   d-vhv   for   utlli/lnt:   a  ildscil chimney  l1-  wvn hi  Ihe  fourth  illustoition, wheie thie�� -mall .'.helves  1 nio  litied tosethpi   below  the mantel.  j The base of the book:.behe^ is letleied  in biuut amu'iv %v 11li the motto. "Uook-s  | Are Tine  Fri'MidA'  embellished   with  li tp>w it>tx desicu.  The decrTKitiM- effect of the bmdirm*  cf book-i, with  thoir \ailety of (olois,  ���;y:   w-A-;  '-iirpfi^'Of'-���'al\i-i>avliUis:piikd;:  .^rbi'',lJi:-;;';'hA-3ilN:Aj0^  i; ���:y-.-"'-'.-:-.'-.������'..-.t.is-'a ti;;-.vAit i;A:; A'A^  y."'i'.oi yy'iiiiy:i'ii':yilr}:!yiyy,::']��ii-  :yy,^ny -'ci-rrt'i-i'-'of -a'' '^wrc: tvtlpApoi  ���tuveu .o $.m y0y ��� M nw:*y \ ^}r  ���^^iSS-A'S^  :iAi^y.M^^  ::i..<v 'bv viiI-N,A.1AV��  !^'N ''yx 1'<N--L'���  l.'Sin \ \\n \ \t in  ���i;��ivA^eAavAp  fA'(VrtPdaAa"!A.'.-  Ai(t.Aernt:joiia':::  ���Iqi'ii'-rrtriipl  ;a.'f,riyi>'o,d:rps;;e:  *,<;i't;6(>'b,PP.,A  ��.i;i'i,;\i'V0-AK^;i  pecfptiH','  a,:esVuvait  titriN'.vV'iti  ���Li.'.i'l'iini.it.'aOf   (>:   i-'il!   ipalVr.i;  N'.i'-l'oi.b;'; l.he'������ ,hign'(lii.iip  1 tilll,-    tli'l-S   A ','Kil ' i ��� iV:,, i ^ i i>1.i ti 0 Oil  .appAvpM  ��� ���:ii !-.(>>b,itt't'o...aiVy.. !u.i;it.viib.,.'.\vithi'>bL'l'iii'{|-,:\r. -  i.ip t U.'-U-,. nt r.'i..tM,'lir.-' Mania ).ill;--. in ������m-i'.e'r  t���.'.*.l-.-en '.Ujt':iV-'froi'iii''.,vdhej-i'ti-.p' .imi io.U(A \y  Vviu .U-ra' Ahit'.h ii.:'!pe isau'^iaivvnp ptii .���.���v'tn.-  to*1 e .���t,i!i':i'nci">i-'"'.si': Veet-ii..!,'!.;: .fiiis. n i'i'! ���'"f..>i  |n'fli;o ,-;i thm .. llii-y .'ii.ru ;i!i,y0t-'al.lo ' lo .'Vh  'titoA'.'i!tMii'-rtU'  ���������������..', ':  '��� .;    ��\ ���.":'./���'���������'..    ;,.   ���  .a! .iSr'd l.i..-b,iMien> ha'.A"pyiriAi'i wi\, \ tlO.~  nii!). iici.'e.��.''of,-Uipd'. iii t:A!p.Afriesv. abd  ofTci'i-'.il tree  loAlt: fViiita'I'ile.1 'sell h.T.-;  to any f.ucful haii^ewife  as d'<-- al^o  the m'-iiA tho"ough be-ttmu of th" n^  , ed caipet--, hK job-hum of the 'win  dov s"no matter how did cult they are  to reach or h iw l1'-1-- ��� to bft.  A Mom.m house eleanir, no matter  how willing she iiuv be. could'not  compete with sueli a man, for physieal-  lv she is not sti ong enough to do what  is denominated h^ivy wPilC. and when  she makes'an iu tempt at heavy ^'"ik  the usual re-ult is un-at-sfactory. Men  do not blind the taking down of *to\es  or carrying con J to tlAlop of a house,  whereas such' work to the ordinary  ,serdug woman Inhigs severely sharp  pain to her siddor back.  Therefore, if oaly for conscience's  pake employ a man, ffr if Ih-iiiget coes  'to the hospital after her work i- over  the blame ibuat he put where it be-  lon<vs.  iran��5on-ants have a larger aptitude  for work than hmo women. Tt is iare  when thev pot of anything, "That h  not mv work," and because they are  bo competent, beeau-e of^ their all  around ability, they make themselves  more valuable Even cateiimt and  maAetme, may sat.v-factonly be left  to the man at the helm. And why  should a woman labor under re��ponsi-    , bilitv that she can set aside.' \  Shift responsibility when you can  id souo nnA ijopp viic care lines out of your  fnce Secure the most e-qiciienced man  that'vou, can afford. Put that man'at  the helm, and jou am 11 have more  hours of ease than yon have hitheito  i.namned were pos-ble .V tnis-  wmthv man uin ste a- any home sufelj  into  the   most  comuntable   harbor.--  througboMT,     me   . u   .....  Co. urn    it    resit,]-, s  the  \ it;or  and  M-'tonlo     'I o   o-oiptt   jou   u^.uj^   >.��  tahty   of   the  nerves���fills   them   with   itanoni,   U.e   pioural   end   signatuia  new neive foi Ct. the vital powei   otiivi   of   lb    A    \V    (hiase,   the  l.imous  iii-  bociy,   weakness,   nervousness,   lirita-   ceipt book author, aie on every box.  1M>  ���.,.;��� R'a/a^p-; aa  :'     l^/t'-a  It Is vary much atronrr��r r.E<l thicker thivn any ether (tarred or b��tld-  tnj;) ptper It Is !nr,)crv.oas loo wind, keops out cojtl, koo-,)�� [j\ heat, carries no smell or odor, al.iiorbi no iiioibture. Imparts no Visile or flavor te  taythlnpc with ifibich. It comes in context It Is livrptcly used not only for  ghosting houboii, but fgr linlnir cold stoiajro bu-,ldinc��. r��itrlRora.torB, dairies, ereainerlda. and all placoa whero t,he object Is to kssp an ��v��a a.ni  aRl!��rra  temperature,   and   at  tl��  ��ara��  ttrne  avoiding  darapnasa.  m  temperature,   anu   nv   "���- ,  ��       ���     TFE5 3, PERSSE, Winnipeg, for samplsa.  Write our Agents, TEES a !-&"��   ' Hlia_t  '���,i'..'abadA"��� .fluvs'.;''"';.:i'.A> A- ���... wtAani|b'a;'t.:s  under; go.yj/rniboh'.t'v.'i'.hsp.eetio'ii''.'������''���������;.���''' ,. a  A'anada;tiaK'A8 .liAryayiii;  '('AnaAiAAAutw'- ;i>i  .fi'i;G7, AA A85: al n ��� 1 V�� 0:}  stntbirisp        V   Jy~, .'���\Va:'..;|  Vi-i\d'e ;.reached y.l]  ' V.ir".'|90:V-'\yas'  :-d'':':')forAJVH|A  .TESTIMONIAL ,^����  the late  =sl�� ^S  IN  -riT-n.nsl::-:f  ���'is  VK    (AA'���lir.:At?i'o'mas'^ ^AEL-BAKER. .Uiefarrfoiis;Nile,Explorer...., ,  Ki-iectrii:'   Oil' '-'is''.' kveiwu     iu   ���.'Au^raliaaa: V'.Ne\vton'k'..Abbp:t.iV;,'l)evpn'J' ^ear pSivs-^-Ia ,',p  bx   Cariatlil ",��� Ad ;'the   Unitoh Auat.eti,  tu^l a test .tlio ���'..eftec.t -,,ot,,Hlair.s O'fUs-by-a; sutli-aa >  'ii.s;.t-tmiiOja'p.lioii   iiHM-easeH   ejjc'ir.veiiraAlt'.^cicncv'intervi^  teisainndoilHQu-n wuv and 'aU tVi.itanopd^'ra :''ivoraten^  ���'t-...; boar!oi:�� is'to. *ivo,vit�� ii:u,uy .bciore-Uie ���i���froinp.Grtut ,and ;bie-had   tost,-, its , a*trac-  '���  -   .1,.^ ..hrnrtaintvaot  health  Av  ad.ftirtlire ���wliix-h  'rt'ial'���''....iif.akos. .;epj..'.,lni". .^^v    -rp.-.-.,-- ���   .    ,   .���,....  !'*Vivi\ -Yiv*-' viv,.-' ja; E i a ma jja: Gyay' in"L.ad io.'s'.A\*orld  Deeorn-ietl Wcstillng-".CaUc.  Reat one pound (.two tupsi of butter  to ii ui'Mii. then madually beat into  it one poiuul riwo cupsl of suaar, then  aAl the well beaten yolks ot tweh e  eees- and tw-o cups- of molasses, then  .is^^^'.^H��^Vii^  ''���.'f-V.eni'ivi.iv'-l'ii-t^'--^''  AA.y:'\';eKselsaaa  i ,���_,(( t. i. t<   lorm if.'  ol  if TiouAA:  '...���!>nth- n,":l,...blat:!v  iiVe ^iiMigjAil.ier  .Aii-eels'ofAlerbn  "('ii'mul  's Lulling Cures DislciDer.  ul i i   puri. il  in  I'Xi:',, !>:Ui,"tb-  ���II'Il   ill    bi'i-si    pl'iHbKls.  Girls dra-ssed abi  i'u.'ni white i.iiiit'o'w.-  and    elv .-^e'.-!" , ,!il       . ...  |,,,- a   iievv;epu,ip;ii!y. j_aa^_p_. .'������.,..;. '  i-   .'. i  . ���'���'. A"y^AwT^r. lleivin 'piAniVptairU  a'    ,l-Vl:l-1      \-A,,VV ;;' \ , ,���,    ly-tll P(iU.'!^  Sol,.,.-...l'l.W(K'i-..-.d.V.sted... !>i p.,11;..^1"...'.': ,     : '..  Phr  ullVei''|1.nd1di-^iU2^:^Aa'   :���'.'  ;:''  '' - ('auadf At as,, the   bilA  lfnl,.sts'in -fiie wo Ad-:..  '-.  .0M'lVn'd'a,., bas ��� ,hu i. 11. ''.y5/1   Vi:  sitaj Ui'ns.'.'a.iHl -light. Klvi]''Sa .',:..���'.'.:'y... :���,. ������:���  i: A - SMATA,' I'llA.TU'r, .I'OVyfMtTlTLA  't'l'iey'.. that., judf;,; ui tin.: ijiowiii-s.'bl'.^'iv bill  by its' .si,-,..-., would '. t-oris.Hior T>:ii'ini.-b.'i��'s  ��� Vt-ij'etulilo Vills p.o 1-e lackiiifi-...:! t is! n lit  .tl.a' woiitliii-- ���.iiinong'' . pill's. \\'.tinia: ii.: larks  iu size ...il nuike-i .u]) ,in.'. |.(.\i:eiH'.y. Tlie  'reiuiNlio.r- v.hich it., .(.-iu-rit-s ..ai-e plil'- up in  tbt>>o    srsi.i'lt    (Ifi^t/s,, hocaiise   tiiey  aro- .so  iVuirfd.    'Cho fall  sirpiitrth: Ai.vllw  Ai'i-iul'.ts  " tH'urwi.iiv litis 1'oriii niul do thoir \voi:l-  -st AAA w��o(l  ..froih-.C'.Out ,.arid "life  hait   ioshh;., ...v...-,,.  ,,ti.ona owinq: "to , tb%.uiicertaiiity  ot  lieaUli  ��� li'iHla:  suddeii,  v'isitatioas-'a'bf.-'-t^e.a'eiieriiS-.ia:  wlnch.bi-ostrated hie for uiontlis. .orsweoka  .,'dcobr^'tii(r'....t'i>...tha-,'.yiruloni.:e,'-.bt,;tli6,'a '  -���-������������'���Blair's i'ills Inivfe, i-ondei'cd,riiiq immensaa.:  scrvico,   aaa Tv no   loDRerV- fear', an: at tacit '  ..of;(;outa- - 'v.-a-ap a-a-a.a. v!a'-. ... ... .ap'aa'^p.p' ���������������  '���" "l;,or atheaa \i\st.'...^.wciity.'. ainoiittia A havb:  bebii 'comparatively free,   as   otie. ciratwo���'������-������  ntteiiipted   visitations 'have   b^crta immediately  stamped 'out ;,bv   tlie  assistance   of-  Blair's.1'ills;        p a '... :      a."    '  :.,��� a    ..:  -. ''Truly :yours-(SiR-ned-V Saml.W.iBaker.;  .LjnimnV'Sous afc .Co'i -Montreal.- and Tor-  oatoa The;.Bole: bi-ug  Co.,' Winnipeg;  aud  Martiu,. Bolo.vtAYj'aue (Jo...Ayinuipe��,  l- 'CanadaA  exports: jiave  rApaiidt2,d;iu  greater  ratio 'Chan' the .iin'pOr.tsA'p'  C'a':iada,"s.'.    re\'emie   : layn :���   custdiiA  duties  inalOO^'was AoT^i.iO.OO'k..,.  ::;AAAlf;A;a  ���' .'-?-: ,t-.'.V'i''. ��������� ������'���"'. .  :,i'.'i.-aMpavpp.,  '^:%MMiryy--  ,;a:i:A,;||;.:^v'..;:  ';:allha;|p;;':.a'a-':  a'alAa^'iaa^'P*  :a;|.;a��|pp"  ^.,r#yi*yy y-'i-.y  '...-;��� -.lAdAaa'-p  j>uAa:A,|;p;;"a:  :a.a: S^ilstf'i'^txv..  yys ^iy^yyyy:  A.'$.s?M|-SA  . :-a.-i: :..a.-S !-..-a- ":a.  ��� ���aaa*--a{-3>;app-:  ���.^a.'-.S:a-.it;aI::aa;':  ...������V.va a-l��!tia r-K."...  .a;...a,:6.aaB1-faa;(,f,.a.  ���������,������ y.'fyA\:\r.'~$y:A  :���AA5i5':fe^iA;.',  ���ymm  --''-"'iAA-^'-:".  ���-aafA'AAf,  yyy:. /MjifiKpp:';'  '������ ^'::afc'aj^'>-a:..'; ���  ���a .a:|air^ti  ::':iii  :.���'���������:�����'���������%&���������?'���  y-ii'-  >.JA  ym.  and mid-  A-niKitlii  has, if ���i.;,-r<,f.iiiiatod.'.---.T.^nil-  i1'" Mniai-,."!,iiles  (.f;Stau<!iogAn!l!"-r:  pitie  I'lMiilila  IIIVuV.  l.-i't  ^.l Hilda''  tv,.,t,,|  ,,,!  (';i inula  (V. 1.1 i(n i.i,  !'.!iiiii!.i  Hi  I'.Iu,'!  (Sil-;  en  '.lie   iarevst.   whit'  i he; c��e,i't;iui-iit..;     ���  - iit:ill!ll''ii-(.'t iirefS  have,  dial- 01   i?A)n,(HH!.OlM>.  ��� ���e\pv,i-.ted     in.   l'AA  "'i  in  iiutiiui'ii'.ture:^.  .11  l li  ne,!  rb  '-: iir��hi-i y iii'liisiry pi'iidi.ie.ed,  ���", 'JL'.o< Ml,01.1! t.  Ehe-I  -Veil,  notice 1.  Vl;i'y hai.py.  The   IIni>i>>'  Pnrt.  1 <1 .Miir uncle die h.tfipy? TT��  to b h yo-i the truth. 1 didn't  .'a   but e\eijbody i Ke seemed  Ilea  kaWilnes.s  <fi v mi [,eimit no man to securs  o i-��� ime ��� Allic I.  The  O'X-er   Ma".  nl()re Incline to iha. ^   ii     ��� n  which   I.   k��^��   " tl   " bin,  iu   the  com^   a   bolt   ft oi.    t  apn  gloom  ;^),.I',,1!1om. ,iow.   Ati  J'.t.rt.o   cafcrully   Pinned   on.   and  1 ,,,.,.(1^  hf" becomes an mi-  po..,l,,l,ty.    j,17'^^0I1m  1K.,or be  'TTSt " noMnne. even if  ^-;;-;;^nd^:^^nl!:^  ]yy,iyyyiu ''"--fAA?",  l^^>^\y<��y;!yyyy.  r��nuutxa c^ke  (i'ie pound (four cup^ of flour, lifted  with one loa*?poouful each of soda and  cloves and two leaspoonfuls each ul  unnamon and mace; then beat in the  stilt beaten whiles of twelve ocss and  lastly, two pounds of seeded laiton^  Iv, o pounds of sliced citron, two and  is usually  loam the'satuisen." 'the "kolo" is a  mnrow horhcontal instrument about  ne feet long with a sounding board  P,ni, which are stretched stn.i;s supported by ivoty bridge-. It �� played  bv means of ivory linger tips, the  ,i.uor Sits beloie the lustrn.neut on  io door in Oip md'mary posture, and  ���There   iiiivei-v.as .and' 'iiev��r   Avill   bean.  utiivers'&r   pauacou,    ih,'one    reuiedyp ior ...  nil   ills   lo. which -ileslv is   heir--Ihe1   very :  "koto," I, nature    of'  niaiiy   . .cu.ru lives' : beinir    aucib  '���   'that   were  Hie 'g'oriii.s  ot  other   uutL dilfer-. ,,  ���cully    sauted ..'.disease? rooted   in ..Ilia' syf-:-,,'  U-ni   oi: the ..-..paiienl^wlvat   wouUP relievo  uive    ill .in     J.iirii:'rAvoubl. aiiicrii.vate   .tV.o'.  'other: -We:, have,    however,     >d '"' Quiiiiiio <  Wiiie'.   when   olitainubie-- in   souiid,   unudul-  tei-aU'il"��� stu le;   ii - reiiiedy... i"oi'.   iiutny '..and ;  niievoiis   ills.    By.   Us ���'{���-rtiduitl;  and ..judi-  eious    use  "die'    iriiUcst   -systems   are  led' -  in to   convalescence   and   strength   by  the ���;  .'uUiuenee.   '.'which   .Quinine    exerts : pii'.na-'..  turu's .'���' own ��� ���restcrs.tiyes:.... 1 t./rcUvcs. tbe-  d'rociiuiiK.'spirit's   bt those, with    whom:   av  ehrouie   state   oi   niorbul, iVespo'iideiicj' and  ���AfA;  more possible to n  ler i.i London Mad  The   I'fxtdlc.  JWlh. i, ,!,.,!\ui  fr���ui the German  ,,U,H a |, ,.i,:i,. ,���  pool,   'fins (b^ ud-*  '. n.i.Mi, ami the nit me  i\i n because of bein;  very  ��dBin:illy  I'fobuhiv- j.;iy,.��� iK-oanse of��� heins v.ory  t,losi'ly tUHell to Nvbiit is known as tho  wiiti-r d,,-. Poodl.'s are,without doubt  "liiosi iutelil-eutof all cunt ties  ���.   m,Kr,v^i;N'.>uH.vMANTKr,.     _  ;-?��-" ;A,.;r:;;;;"..r ?.��  Ilni-e odhi��'��s lh-U '"\ :���,.��� .UlVessitv-'be  ,);bi,n.n(Arrociy;;-<-]-r.,l.0[,;c(oll  put under lock an _    ,,^,,4, of art  I1H  .hose  JlotM-s  in   Unr  Body.  0.ln tlie liiunan body  ���-W Ijoia-:-).   The i  l!1 t'um'.iei-  tarv en i,..'i i.. ... .,., ..���. ���  bOUt  S*   fi'Ct.  : (looi-H   s>  |- keepi��|,r;  L   witli   leaded   gla**.  .are  here are about  -iniKcle.s are ���about ,r>bO  The leneih of the aliiiieu-  * t-aiiid I.i j,i.,.  If   on  A���r,?--::  ��� ii   <"���-   ���  ,    , . ,. , ..���,ks,   ens .M'n ;  i .. ^   w   b do el in  i."v .  , :  bumdress, v.��' .     M\ir*, hurt ,  Stnrfinu:   n   rt'^T.  'KHbAinin^fnr'ldoa^iif^oA^-^K  rL',. 'I  Winuot nn.lerstaa.rir    -VU  [ps.rav--riuKure  1,'dj^t kn^ow.  .  .   'A  Ithif<o'm-.-.tlana��-^M. ���  r-,d of the  Fivnv- 1 don't *co how  11       , Aii  to  support  a. wife on  ^iUu'r'doI.sir,A-ndonl>uticb,    ^  'T&~���T~  -  ^yp$��y^isss^  St prlpt action.  :���  Take  lUU'O,   ica   ^^.. ���    .  bedbug'\y si ter before chopping.  . Tlie cake*,show;iTin the illustration is  oiio-iiiilf of;the recipe. ''  ��� At. isccl,_:ht-: iind  ono-.hal*   inches  In.  diameter and  throe  Inches  thick,.    A  round ciike is prettier--for a table dec-  ontti.m  tban is  the. square loaf,   but  -.-the latb-r will cut to belter adviinta^e  when desired To p:iclc in'.hoses' as.wed  dim: favors.-   'I'lie cake is decorated in-  a very simple, maiinei-..   In tlie contt-i'  tire the ipitials of the bride's name in  Gorman"te.xt. 'Outside'of .this and between   two   rolls  of  scroll  'pipim;   are  disposed small meringues . shaped, liko  bolls, Willi pearl headed pins for  pers.'-TBoston   Cooking   Schoo  "/.ihe-.    '������...'.������  lap  Muu'a-  Mlln   (lu>   Ad.lolo.  ���Mao, th.; rations ntblete of-anc!ont  . ,l(-vei', v.-iia viet.a- a ti'lmtlt the Otympie  ,tj     'Mni-.u   titan's   for   h'iv   dillerci'.t  to"r.'S '" Sl'l''ll,ssl,'1>-    1I��H chief clniiir  .   u"-n-s-fK upon ti,,, |-,.at ()f niimliii<  ���-"'��^, t;.;i: s���>"  x  ; Cosa����mP'  1 ��� *^ ���       Tho Lung  the  ale  Hl'ou  ���'^ slam lib-i-rt.  tbiee-yeiir-old   OS!  boiler, wilii| !*".." ";_;"��� nnol luinn the  .lvH.VAn"1 "'.'v      "pi ;"-i��i��11>- ����l,(1 ir  1n,:;,;!:,;li;;.iA^r,oA,.nu  your not  il  entii  clothes.  with a boilo'  >*&&& x-w    Tonic  whoa the first sign of a cough or  cold  appears.   It will  cure you  ���-S-1.1,, diftn���later it  There is no article of a��� phTa wardrobe inore satisfactory for comfort and  service th'/hn ah easy ��� titrin's, coat in  long throe-quarUT or shorter leiiglh.p  ���Another' fancy of lAsIiion . is the  dainiy lingerie hat that is made from  .sheer mull .or batiste' preferably,  though   isilk,  cbitTon' or   even   lace  is  used.;'  Trimmins makes the gowm'this.soa-  son, -a-bovo. all previous years.    There  is   no   end   to   tlio   various   kinds   of |  Karn'ituros   in   vo^ue,   and    materials  have et'own to he without limit.  Kols -printed in cloudy Dresden effects   are,now   and   attractive    dross  fabrics,  The Hat "nun's tucks'' from two to  four inches in width are fashionable  skirt decoration. ..'���������'  The' now embroidered' cotton mulls  and .batiste's ���Jiliow artistic effects and  are by no moans ���restricted to youthful  wearers, as one miyht imagine.  A- 1'illar  In   XoriTny,-'' ,  Cle>se to the old Ausvaldnues church  oh ivarneon islaiid, N<)r\s'ay',". aiul lean-;  ini;" to.wa'Vd. it is a  stone' pillar, about-  twoiky-live feet��� li"i*rli called the "Virgin'  Mary'sAs'Adlc."0 Tradition, holds  that  'when the .pillar..'touches the church tho  world., Will come to an end. 'Thesupor-  'stitious local proaeher whenevor he im-'  fiii.ine.s that.its point is jxe'tin^iiearer  to- tlie'si.ier.od -Vmiidinj; niouiiA the. pillar, it is said, and chisels a bit off the  top so as lo save the world from an untimely cud.       ���'.'.'  VVhy  In  It'?  . "Pid voir over, notice,", snub.-an. ob-  servi-nt you.nk mail, "(hat .men us a  -rule'-riib down the .heels of iheir shoos  on, the oiiiside, while women run them  down tin the inside'.'.", lie ������was, asked to  explain the reason, but said be had no  reason, as lie only mentioned it. as' be-  in;.: singular,'with no in'eau.s'of'exp.hi-  natioii. ';.:���  .. ry     rosuii.,,.   ��u >.-i.(jtl.. .  and (i-ivin-jr. life lo .'tho  pvhieb naluruby de-  n.iaiui ' inc-1-.rt'.sea siibstitiice---r.esul,t, . iui-  proved ,:upi-ii.itc;. .'-Ni.v.-t lirop &.-.,.'L,yiiuui' ot.  Toronto liiiviC"'.n'i\ en f-.')'��� the 'pulipc their  Superior.'. Qmii.inepW'iiie ..at- I 'if-, usual rale,  and., .u'tiaued liy ;ihe ' opii:i.on. oi P?cien-  tisis, the \\\i.ii'? 'apij'i'o.u-hvs nearest - perfection of and in the inatUet. .'All.-driiii-"  ^ists   Roll 'it. -. ,    .     ���"���������.���' ���,-, -,  Co. nil da's. , 'fisher i(,-,s . have y iijided,  since 1 Kf.vt-. $::i77,inio.ruin. C'od'coi'tii-3  first..' "iii the viiliii1 ,m' 9b25..,H.ii!,iiOn,  salmon. :I?7-1,000,iu)ii:'���  .fpA-i''--  S ���a-V.Ir -  ���;,   a-a.:j.;aa','--  i;v;|...#.-;."  iyimy  ;4yryy  -at:,.:i;ia'.:a  mm  m-i  -'.4a*a  ,:fM'i  ���.':- -iA '  ���-Canada: .-nporo-d   in   1 Oo:'>  ov.-i- ,$p,,-  ofi.i.oiiii   wijriii  ul'  P"ip. w.H.'.d.  .Nii, one \nl'-'.\ I'e.u-���'eiiob-ra b.iv any suin--  n...|-'.'-iiiiiiiHi.iul if l he.\������lui'vo a - hoiUe ul  Di-. .1. O.,, Ki-Uocc-; -1 iviiimu ei a Cordial  I'eiiil.v fi'ii' use. .11 .correels it'll Ions. ���m.-:-:i  ni ( hi: in'-A e'.n pronipt ly iinil c-an-.'s a  tn'ii'.ilvy .-and n.it.urn.1 . acllun .' ' ;t his. is.a.  nu'd'uiae ndupled for I he. .voifhi;- aii'tl Old.  rich 'nnd juior. anil is miiidly lii'i'ondn-i  tin.' most. I'-opular . im-. i i.i nt- fur 'ilni'lei-u.,  ilysettli-.i y, ��� el e..  in   Hie- m;i i-k'et.'. .  ���    G  Canadi'.'s  doiiblod '.in  'vol.nuie    oi  eit;iO.  years.  trad..  haC  Canada's    trade    has  per' oe.ni...hi  l"'1 yoai's^  increased  i'i  ��� Canada,  ha^  in  the fishery  t'l.iO.Oou   men  ei'iiiiloyod-  iiubi'st.'.-t-y..   '  Sunlight Soap will not injure  your blankets or harden them. It  will'make them sort white and  Qeccy, ���.  XnVi-i.  Scot ia' ranks  lir.sj.  in  tlie 'fish-.  ery  industery.    New Tir.nii.swieU see-i.>tiil  :iiid   liritish  Columbia  third.  Canada .ranks seventh in the list of  mar.i t ime'��� nations,  Canada has 1:'..000'��� miles of coast  line ��� 7,000 beiny in British Columbia.  W     S%3  %j)    S^3 <e*    ^5*- 3 .��  letik>5-.vim'  ,j,i1e in u^o.  T^t *��>*':<  ��g^gfmauaamm  art 'trntTarvirimrimwim^nuM^ wmi  ISE MOM LEAB1.  '���: iblishcd in the iuterest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  T. J. S-StVTH & CO.,    -, -  Publisher**  RATES OF SOEECRKFTIOX.  'One Year.  ,.?2.00  SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1004.  Proclamation was made in tha last  '���ssue oi tbe British Columbia Gazette,  ���of the incorporation of the municipality of Fernie as a city under the  Municipalities      Incorporation     Act.  'The council is lo  consist  of a  mayor  and six  aldermen.     Nominations  for  "the   first   election   of   a   mayor   ane.1  alderman will be on August 12th   and  the boiling will take  place on August  ifj'tb.   J.   M.   Renin e   is     appointed  returning officer.  Bo You Shave,Yourself?  If so, we have everything you need to  insure a comfortable shave. Razors,  Strops, Mugs, Brushes, Soaps, creams,  Powder, lotions, etc.  Use Witch Hazel cream for  your    after shave     lotion.  The Postoffice Drug aud Stationery Store.  w. J. ATCHISt  tn ...,-.,,������ i .-���tat  L 0. O. F.  IVIIfley Lodge  X  41  Meets every Mondiv, evening in their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  C. A. Footb, F. J; Smyth,  ' Noble Grand. Secr'y.  Pi  mi  ".=TleAirt  li*i��%  Proprietor.  wr��wwBja wM^r���jm  Hose -with pockets. That's the  latest fad, United States^lftosiers are  making rather a'daring* attpmpt to  solvo the feminine pocket, question  which has for go ldug ' baffled human  ingenuity. ' Some two  or  three  years  , <ago the question was debated as to  Whether women  should  have pockets  -������'di all. tt was tbe time of tbe tucked-  \n-liandercliis�� and the purse carried  ih the Hand���when purses were left in  oh sliop counters or even posted for  letters in a- despairingly pocket less  fefcert td get rid of them. Things 'had  bached a' crisis. , Woman declared  lhat, as she had ia go out like' a man.  lo battle with the business of the  world she must have pockets like a  ban, And she did. ' Woman, in fact  "���or at any rate the American w oman  ���is no longer td have her pocketB  in  ��� iier skirt and coat; she is going to  have one capacious pocket in her  stocking  Prescriptions carefully prepared.  Refrigerators, Screen Doors,  Window Screens, Q-reen wire cloth,  Ice cream freezers,  We carry a large 6tqck.    Drop in or write us when wanting  anything  in tbe Hardware line.  m����ro��Hiii'L. 'rgi.jLJH.iiJwwiWF.ti  'Bead It Alii  I ate bread  and Jemima  ate- jelly;  Jemima weiit home  with   a  pain   in  iier���-  j   i>uw don't get eiiocked o.r be misled,  For Jemima went home  witli  a   pain  in her head.  ''���>.',* '    ���. o  *l.W���n.  .. ��lll>.IIU..��WWTWIt1  Moyie   Miners'   Union  \   , Mo. 7!   W. F, of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  Joii.v McDonald, ��� R. Temdv,  President. Secretary  |WiE��pr��W��co.w;  m ,Saw,Planing and LathMills.  I MOYIE, LC  VIS" "���������'.  "/j\ Manufacturers of nnd dealera in all kinds of Flooring Ceilic ft'  '/k  Siding, Shipilap, Common Boards, Dimension, Finish and Lath.   fc' 1  /Ii prompt attention lo wholesale and retail orders,   ' 'j  to  H\    H. CAMERON, Mgr.  .5^ )  . .���*.,-..        .,' -   ������- '     -���     ���      ,-_ '  ft  4  ���V-  '4\  ev���eeee^^e^ee������eeee9s^999&i��9��99��9B^9999B^^^b  HARVEY,   McCARTBR  & DUNBAR.  Barristers, Solicitors; Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,. -   -    B. 0;  9  -f-9-<-  Wholesale Wine  ;and Spirit Merchant -  I Agent for Calgary Brewing-Co.-o  W. F, GURD,  BAICRISTEK, SOUC1TOE,   ��5'fC.  cranbrook:. b. o  DRS. KING  &  MILES,  0.  Will be in Moyie 11th of each  month.  Cranbrook, B, C.  (A  to  to  nn  :U,  i  P. F. JOHWSIOJV  $ This Hotel is New and well Furnished, The  $   :    Tables are Supplied with the Best the!  $        Mar&et affords. The Bar is Filled with j  %        the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.!  <6       .������ -     ,.';������ �� 1  to  to  to  to  to  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEK !  ~  ���        ���      ,���      "���,      r - KKiTjrsriicoi.rMnii  lW5^5S3^ia38SiES2aS^2SiaffiSS^2a;  NELSOX^i  a. o  gM��Mftajirijuairi*jMrBE^wBnlAias^fcsfer  M  t7 juv.-rtirc;  ^f Pf ii  Ml  parti  who    times     his  .;"' A?se^4��Bts��L-'Hi  SlKI-J^-jrijltijl^" '                   ,     ~.  /.'j^'lijj t\\t\ watch by the oec-  ^^WS^T and   hand. '   bur  Be6r, Ale and Fortei1.  T. Label & Co.'a ���  Hay and Grain j  Schiitz and Galgaty  George H. Thompson,  BARRiSTKit,,SoLrciTOR, Notary Public, &c.  CRANBROOK,      British Colmidia.  iTlMIMlHIUl I^UJPIU:u��8����MBO��i��l*��l��  buy your'  FROM  A: B, Stewart. & C6.  mmnSBama l��www^t��  Second   Annual  exhibition of tlie  Jflelsoii Agricultural fc  liidtistrial Association  .SEPT. 38 and S>9.  ' .    -i      -i   . p  Hew.  Euildingfi, .Fine   Urpunele,    Big  rremium List; Novel Open *"Air  Attractions.  Y/ritc for Price List.  ��j; is; Annable,  -N'ELSON'. B. C.        v      SrcRT-rARv.  repair T/orli r/ill pleasfe him;   He  will  be interested iii _ our   stock   of  High   Fcreigh and t'oines.tlc Wines', liquors  Grade Movements. ! "ahd'Cigaro",  W, Fc-TATE;-    :;  CRANBI-100.K. '  JEWELER,  -.      - >-^  Palace Restaurant  Open irom b' in the morning  until 12 at night.    Meal tick.,  bis, 2i meals for $b.0(j/ ,        ,    '  E. T: HOWARD, Pr6j5;  Makes you feel light and  gay, and puts new life into  youi "  JUST ftlL(MVii!i3-=AtbftfioA(i /Will tiie tJiatliidries of  tjobdel-liatn & Wdrtej Joseph Sedgriihij ttild ti'iraib Walker  & Sons;  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  wartjw^^^uXi: i�� -cvartyujtPJXSfZ  --THE-  L Mi  ,    '       O^SAULKlIili 141103,   rrops.  Larue   sample   room   in   connection  ���with house for commercial i^.on.- Best  of accommodations.  iLcadiuurters  for   Com--'  mercial and MiningMeu.  Official watch inspector 0. P. R.  Crows Nest Division,  Fi  rZ3zzxJ?*aajj-VTixzMi.\x*^iZKrv***&^-z***^  TAf LOR..& DATIS',   ; o. f. desaulnier  =       . GRAKEUOOr. ... .   ! DEALER   I*  Ericklaysra and brick  manufacture j  ers.,1-. The.v intena. puttLug a carload'of ] fffR H^l      ^  brick in   Mbyte   for   immediate   use. i j  Anyone .requiring chimneys can ccm-'  nuinicats direct or leavo orders at this  office,    breach ranges a snecialty.  Barber Shop~rs^|  and Bath Rdbiiis;  In STONE Building.  .;     W. B.. LAING-,../, .  COSMOPOLITAN  '  ! PROMPT bELIVERY.    '  laueens'AyG.   -  M&YIE  wn~\u rtiw - rr-M-ffi-i-iw'r��B-^i mm'iimhV��mim rni��^w ���iuMuu->jrfi  ALL   THE   TIME.  QUHEN'j   AVMIfK,  vnl'*i,.      r-     p  .-^0  . c.  t ���kvoamtm iw m mim. nnairW'jui.1 s^fj; Z-iraomm-^rtovar*  i Shore I  B��, j. WTJGENi1. ProD  %# o   aid    e  Ti^RDHANT   TAltdR.  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers, - Im pur ted    Goods.  Agekt voii  KCOTENAY   STEAM    LAUNDRT.  B. .0  MdYIiS,  t*im irrn ��� ��� i " n i ������i i".��' nmi m'mii mat n-^*^��^^-  ^OR BALK  Apply to  0". H HAWKE  Wholesale Win'ea, Liquors abd Cigdrs<    .  tJRANiROOfc B. d'  ?  ��^J   ..   y.���   ^-V   ��� "�����   S       '      ������������fc-  t TitT-: Ttrr a^d tiik is.op.hman  aro Ih's two essentials foa 'iat'..-la:torJ  .WoofIkH  1      ' * ' I \* ,   ��        . ��� .      t . ^  lob. if (he I At is ^ood a no *��V ff0tv  ttiaii^qnipeippt (he roof will In.1 lisV  as a drum. The best gm<]e of rccmi  tlnsUuscd byt.ua. T|i^ work^ '.ve ^  Slays^ejone.j Have you sot a job y'-  \Vant us lo figure on^    '  CRANBROOK. -: '���  IN FURNlTU'RJfi  i'0)l .,  R. BURNS & CO.'S SHOP.  EDEOOM,  '   SlNlMGBQOi        'KITCHEN.  At such lo\V prices it will pay you to come and see for yoursen.  Macd'nje.li Fiirititiire Oompanf.  (FUNERAL   DIRECTORS.")        ������    - ���        ,     .  ,  Cnvnlirook,.    ...    ....... A ,.,>������ '--' --     Britjslt Cubnub..'.  Ki'W(.'k��j.Miii m-r'r  rtHiwrmrw^i  Comfortable Roohid and Good ' Board  at lleacona'dlo Priccoi  ' -   * -. i  First .Class. Accommodations for miiier!34  MIDiriGHT SUPPER SERVED.,  MOYIE, .     British Columbia  ���'tF. yo.XT .HAVE A . ���  ^tiT' TO SELL,  xk HCJtTSE'TO RENT,-.. s. .  ''MIHING STOCK-.TO  SELL  '-Or if you wish to invest  ly An .any e.^ these dbnstilt  FARRELi: ^ SIV1YTH.  CKAH]3ItO;.rC  AND  MoVi^.  LJSo  Our aim io to pleace pilronc.  Good draft and  battled   beer    .  always pa hind.. Seattle, Tacoma  ,  J0K,KIEDEBKTADT, Prop. ' . : , AXD AU_        :-    ,  ^^���-^^ I Pacific  Goast Points  PRB8T PHOTO 00.    \^ PaMl) cVlcagdf -^ yQrk  ..... i /  ALL   POINTS   EAST '  Palace   and Tourist  Sleeper,   BuAct,  Library cars, Modern Day. coaches  Dining   curs,    . Mealo  .,    ^ a, La Carte.   _   .  ARROW- ��AJpl", ,B.  d;|Best, rvle.als r.oii Wheels  Jhe Most.Gompletb i        th >SmU oVetiiami JE)  :Health? Resort   ORi '�� TRAINS DAILY  the. Continent      of  Worth America;,        .   ,  Its.;BATHS Cure all Nervoue, arid'  Muscular Dieeasea.'' * -. ���-.  I  Its  WATERS    I-Ie,al; all    Kidney,  Liyer.and.J3tQ,m.at;h A.iUnenta..;-  '"���  ,,.,:<.-. Spec'ia.1 Excttr'oiori .Eat'^s i^;-   ���...  World's >air5, Bt, -. ,^ou!s  ���YOUR 01107.0.'..'  CB  'tOU'IT.   ������   ���������  i ��� '   '     a        - -    -.     -   '     ,     i  I?or Tickets,' Ratee,' Foldero  and  Full '.ihforfriatijhVciUl'dp  dr.ad-  .  . dr'cs'iT'any  Great Northern Agent  '.'��� Tho^' areiva'I'TeViBHaiiJng    Remedy S   '?^4^-.^-. ������      .. A .     i. ...  for all Rheumatic Trpubloo. -, .,   ;   . ' S< G: Y?IlKfS'.    H> BRANDT,  ���TEE��lS^15- to feipbr week; ac-- Settle,f-'   70L W^livSstjc Avo  cording to residence lb Hotel or Villas Wa6b. Spokane,'Wash  WlIOIlESAJ.li: ANb RETAIL  ; "M^AT     MERCHANdi?^'  Fresl) .and Ct'.rcd.MeatD, Fresb  Fish, Came an;i   Poultry.    We  ... ... --.-.....���'  ^ ,.  G'.ipply   only   tha   best.     Your  trade solicited.^    ...  In,- 611   the   Princiiml;  Cities and}1!'Towns' ..id:  British ;OoIumbia.  '        ��� .' '��' ��������'-, -vi..":     || '   >��J ^  H:;Au^uAR.i.1ilv-.yoR.^C<Afi7 KccAatay;!  t!ftMl-'tit'^j.iii^.'j��''; jryrrjir-'^iBifJjytJvjtX , ,  *'^aJ i  ��� ��� ���'���-�� ������ l-t-���***��� -^<���*������* ?��� it-Tf- f 2i S.J&.;'^���.���,  i  St, - Joseph'^. , .pdnVe'ELt J:  A. ���.;.' y:.. tWoir, p.,'q,t. (.._ () ..v  ���iioaEdihg'aiid Day School. c^(Jv\9tl  ed byths Gistsro of St. J"oGp.ph,-I<"oIoon',  3.- 0. ��� Gonirnorcial-ipand,,.. b-tioiriesa'  courses.a "specialty,- EAoei'len'ce and,  bwiffc .progress characteaiso .each dej-  partmont. Faronta. should .-write fori  particulars. One month .aBsnreo the?  public of the thorougbnoGO bf the.  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  ,commv.nco January, -.Aprjl apei Sept..  Pupils are admitted duringterm.  WILL    CELEBRATE  rw* mW ��=���  'v'-T>.   .'       T-. ���' ���*���  ;��.  ^lie Greatest, Gei6fe^tif n  Held inlbB iJirfl-rM:.  making,.Log sawing, iflock drilling, LoadingContest/'Iudian  ponyaud Foot racesA^aledonian epprts.  Remember tbe day and Watch'for Largo Bills with Program !  Ti;  'U:r,!tr.j.  '������s'i,i^^'-'l!^,'-ii^W>-f^f:.'>'^'

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