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 , �����  ~*--3  m*.V* i  "~^^"  fjlKADQUAIMERS rOR -  SOUVENIRS  j.' H. WILSON, Jeweler  CHANUiiOOK. ���  A  V 1  'OL. U,N0 2I.  MOYIE; IJ. C, AUGUST 29 1908.  A   WELL,  SHAPED   HEAD  [required to get fitted properly with the latest in  A   NEAT   FITTING   HAT  [en you come to our store.    We  are in  a  position to- fit any shaped head  '      TODAY   v  [l ,-see the start of a  big discount sale on liats.  [the season is well advanced straw hats   will be  at less than cost. ������ \,      '      ,  A    ]  A   FORTUNE   "  i    /H     ( i. &    ' ,  |ibt needed/to buy hats at,this  sale.   'The slock'  to be reduced,- and hats will be sold from 25c up  | p���   GENERAL FLOAT  ,i   ^ ,  li.    L.  Borden is   touring  tho  maritime proviuces.   ,  1 Committee;*/  Has Meeting  C?ffS^3^ASS5!S DO   IT  . W: H. WILSON, Optician  <?raxi;ijook.  ,   . n  PP.':  ?2A   VhAK  A white woman panel a Hitij3ii  ware married , in "Vancouver the  other day. ���   ,  ���  Tnore is said to be a "scarcity of  water at Tr*il for use ���at the  smelter. ' <      '    ,  E. GiaBWYNNE,  ^tJL*J     -pr   ~r t     *. ��/       T i   - ^ft1 ' -    '       H i>  " ��� j j,     *i  *      '^ ^     ' (      ^  J , i,  ) Ji f 1/  irs,; Tobac;cos,i:  Confectionery  ' ;> c -V.' .fruit^etop'- ';;-',\ y  Ore is being shipped from the  Silver King mine at Nelson to the  'smelter at Trail.    ,    > "       '  ' The Daly Reduction company,  Hedley,' donated $1,000 to the  Fernie fire fund.  Many ranchers at Creston have  gathered'- their " second ' crop of  strawberries.    ,    , A   -.-  tELLbBLOCK-  ,( - ��,f i ^ , -, 'i ���  *  >'   i    *<..���,-  MOYIE *  it"  Tf%.-'A,."A ,f,,J>p'Pv.  f\,  Beale &  There are no new developments  in the machinists^ strike situation  on the C. P. 11.'    '      .      '  V   '    '  '-i*  Fire, Life * and. Accident Insurance.  -" aaaaaa" a .':amo.yie,:b: c.  BC<B  loos  Jt is reported that "Mr. .Clifford  Sifton will' take complete  charge  ofjfcheV  west.  Liberal  campaign''in  the  ;&'M&$bur Orders;  ��� FOR**  'reserving:friiits; etc  ' ,:-''/?- ��� .?f ��� "V. V* aO <r ���' ''iV"  FRESH �� VEGETABLES:,'; Everything', sea-  !>v '���- ���" r son able in'stock.yp , /     a   "���  ' 'p   ������;* A '   yr^y -��� :,c A.p    -A   ,;*,,.        " " ���   , ���'  i .   .    '.\.>i,7, .A-    "v "t^  i-;.^- ,'��    .'"-  '    -  '���"-.*  A',  ���">'''   ' i  J.;��^I^GH'S,"k;A'  ,A" milk man wag, arrested La  Vancouver the other day for hauling milk ( and, swill in the same  wagon.      .- ���. '        ', -   ,'.'  ' The ^Auditorium\*tr Cranbrook  is reopening next,' Monday with  moving pictures, illustrated sorigs  and "vaudeville.   . y  Joseph Martin'l,,K.',C.,. has, jusfc  put through a big timber dealpon  the,, coast. He ,and; his partner  "will get $27,000"out of it. * , '-.) *.  O'j -." )yty-~  v.V   "*. ..U--     '  iW-'  \r ^��L*-'-.M.��''*ib.ti^_^tf-*   ia-     fkJHJ'Q*^       i ii   tT/i-   -^��,ii\    ���>   _' ^i  ^_r\   -    '-it.' ��������   S.t^'rt   - ���*    >*> t   i  [yie Co-Operative. Association^ Ltd  SPECIALS IN LADIES' SHOES.    ,    '*'t   y  '" ,   f  ' >.      .' ".   .       , ",    '.���'-���  idies' box ealfj wide teje; ��izee' 3, 4i, 5, 51, .  ��  only, .y. : BeK:   $2.75 Special, $1-95,  j<��.dies' Dongola, Blucher, patent tip.    A smart"  it shoe.' Sizes 2$ 3, 4^ 5, 5^. ��� Rog    2.75; special,   ?2.00  3all, patent tip.   Sizes 2���2i,^ 3, 3��, 4, '  ..... .-a;., ��� Reg $2.75; special, ?2.00  fa buflf liall schootboot IL 12, 13. Reg. 2.10. spec/$1.05  IhsUiuff ball  3,' 4/5, and  0.    Reg.  2.25, fepecial, $1.75  a few odd sizes in children in equally big reduction.  FARRELL . BLOCK  * , '  MOYIE'S' LEADING    HOTEL.  .   ;  '   , ��  otel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  fox tlie Traveling Public.  rgc andCommodioua Sample Kooras^ , Billiard Booms,  MoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  , Mayo((brothors,- the famous surgeons-, of -.'Rochester, - Minnesota,  perform on" an, a'verage'20 /operations at^their hospital each day.-  ..'.*.  -���     , ^n.   '  -'      "' ^ ' ,, ',  * .     '   s  ' < ,-".-  A close season has been declared-for prairie-chicken' ^throughout  the province of- British-Colnmbia  until September 1st, 1909.  '   - ��.  The Bnance  committee   of the  Kernie  relief committee   held   ,a  meeting last night, and proceeded  to wind  up  the ' affairs ��� left on  their hands.   The , total   amount  collected  was    $2847.35.   Out   of  this there has been, paid,, $1297.97  for  meals,   beds, . tranportation,  and general .relief. _ A portion of  the fund'has bet-n^disposed   of  as,.'follows:* The $200  given   by  the  Miners' union  will' be   sent  at  their request to" the  United  Mine porkers  "of A Fernie:   The  $1007 given- by tlie���Odci Fellows  will ho handed pver^ at their request to the ,OeId   Fellows's committee, aiid the ?50|by the Knights  of Pythias will  go to their ���> committee.    ,-THis^Iea-rS's a   balance  oh" hand of $1199.38 at'the'present  time and will be' practically  the  amount,that will be'sent to "Fernie." 7'     '  "-"-- "    ' * "''- ,  " jThos. Kelly,  who .".was,sent   by  ttie' committee to-Fernie to" look  into the situation ^ita*a  view,'to  placing the., Moyie .fund where it  would do ihe most gbe>d,  mado , a  detailed report-of his trip. "In" his  opinion  the  relief committee /at  Fernie is  doing-good' work, and  is handling,the affairs as- satisfac-  J- ' J It i ">  torily"as is possible-.under tlie circumstances.' Many'"; people there  are in bad shape/ especially those  who are compelled to live in tents.  jThe wea.ther is'cold and raw, and  there has 'beenp'considerable rain  of late,"' which makes living to  them A dilEculfc in the 'extreme:  The great demand isJEor lumber to  build the many houses that must  be put up before tne!<winter sets  in. ' ' ,   \ ,A     ' A, .,"'*-.   -     ���   -1  |        LOCAL ASSAYS    "'    f'  E. A. Hill is at Vie;toria on business. i    <��� r  Dr. Gilroy left Tuesday for the  coast.  Philip^Conrad is home frpm hi-a  trip to Missoula.  Miss Walker is up from Cran-  on a visit.  Mr. and Mr* , McTavish have  left for the east on a' vidit.  Miss Book'walter is visiting in  Craubrook and -MarysviJIe.  J. L. Gibbons was up this week  from his farm in the Moyie val-  le7- ' B '  Alex Cameron has moved' into j  his new residence.  *    ' '   ���    '  '  ,Mis/ Lulu Crowe- has , taken  charge��of the school'near Wasa."  Mrs. Patrdquin left . yesterday  for,.her old horns near Denver,  Colorado.     ���    <������  ' '-.,  C. S._John3on, a brother <of 6. J.  Johnson1,,,is here, from  Coeur d'-  Alene 'City, 'Idaho,"       , "_'  There was, a-good turnout  to  the, dance )n ', Morley   hair last  night.   >The, music  was excellent;:  -FOR SALE-House and'lot  o'n  Tavistock, .street. , Apply   to H.  Cross. <  -   ,i '  1  G.  TV:   Orchard  Spokane. "       ,'���  ��     i  ( -  '" Mrs.  izasasasztssssa&a  ^sasBHsaaKssKssaBteBasa^aa&i  'r        ,    ������ I ~ Q  School Shoes!    School Shoes!  Ours Is a General Bu  sinews.  SHOES   13   OUR    SPECIALTY.  '���We'.are constantly in vesica tiii  look'ing' wJiere  '   T  er  campianng  we  can secure   tho  these line's at lowest price.    Witf  tail trade do you wonder we  petifors.    Compare our  store an   JMoyie.  1 ���' (  and  best value. In  \ our immense recall   under soil  corn-  prices with, those of  ~i..  any  i  o,    J  Af;     ^'1  "��� *      A   Al*  i ���", ���*    -H  ttl.  ^  '/j f{ y ���'  ,<;  ,r. i ii".'���,���   ���  t   v  ' "' S-.       I  , i ��� ' rp'P !  ', ;p"V: y  r -,   i   trt-Tt  t  )  <  l      f(  MacEachern &: Macdonald  '' is    up    f roiii  The Empress of China arrived  at Vancouver from tho Orient on  Saturday ^with a s cargo of v. silk  goods valued at a million and a  quarter dollars. ���  %   . ���   '  j* s    Labor,vDay.     - ,  ���j -        ���'     , -    .. '��� - -.' ->  ���  There will;:be-a- Labor-t ^Day  celebration' at~Cranhrook bh^isfon-  day, September 7th. It was' only  yesterday that   this   celebration1  A. 0. Cook'is up from Ryan  for a few days ' and  "  with Mrs. and Mrs,  is   visiting  At.   Campbell.  " ROOMS-Comfortably "   ' burnished   rooms  to let.'   pver "F., G.  Long's shoe shop.        ',       ' *"'  Service as usual in the Methodist church Sunday, night. * Subject: A"The(./Suffering ' Christ."  Everybody welcome.   -       -     - -   "  - BOARD_B.Wd wither "without-roomP' For particulars apply  to Mrs. Woods at*residence , near  Drewry building.'-    .   "  ^���,;T^:-4fck��,nson hasf been over  ff-om Rossland for a iveek helping  with the' office "work at, the St.  Eugene during the .'absence of Mr.'  KaniDj, v  Mr.   Albert  Moyie may soon have a visit  from a distinguished labor.leader  in the person of President Chas.  Moyer of the Wei tern Federation  of Miners. Moyer i3 announced  to. speak7"at, Phoonix on L-vbor  Day, and then he iutends making  an , official visit' to the larger  unions in the Kbckeuays. He will  be here some time early in September, and will probably be ac-  companied by John M. O'Neill,  .editor" of the Miners A Magazine.'  From here Mr. Moyer will go to  Alaiska. ��� The;'strikes�� at .Douglas  Island and Fairbanks will be th'orT  oughly investigated," and" if .the  mine operators are'willing to listen to the demands of justice, the  "Angel ofJpeac<5" will1 again spread  its'wiu'gs over the Northwest.  New YoRK-Bar silver, 52 ctR.  Lead $4.75. Copper.,13 eii.   .  ���   Londox���Load, ��13, 0s 3d    ',"    -  Discomforts la Pernie.  ���   <jPi" *t, ! ���   % I  * i ���  y   i     '-  /-.'*- -^"t,' i ,.j+  ' '<    ,-'i,,�� ���.;   i j p  ,   '-;. I'iJpi  j   \ e,lirt  o  -    rf       li/?     *   hi  rf     ,. )'.tffil P.*W'I  ,' ;,P.fv l';^l  st ^-'ffekS.  ''? sH", AfS,'-  >     i <   ��� Cffl       W-  ,'�� ul. IS,,       i%u  ���     *;l\y< 'A h^.1  ' ' I       .I . .       "   ' -'  ., I'l'fjrf  AAA  , '��." i.-1  ��� <:;i  ���'V1  W. W. B. Mclnnis received the  Liberal nomination at Vancouver  the other night, to succeed ' Mcpherson, -who has been appointed  postmaster ,for that city.  was  decided   upon?    It   is being |    iur.   Albert   E,riaff*,   wishes   to  gotten up   by the., .cifcizans     of express through   the Deader  his  Cranbrook   and" they .--have   al- gratitude to the people  ready succeeded iu raising a gqod  for their kiudn  of Moyie  Bishop Dontenwill is on his way  to Rome, .where he will ���have a  conference with the pope pertaining to matters relative to his  dioce3e.  [Telephone  it the telephone system is to Moyio, Stan  11 wool underwear is to the people���an  )cessity.    Get a suit and be convinced  The'i'licenee commissioners at  Grand Forks are cutting the licences in the city down to seven,  three hotels not being granted  licences.  Government Agent, J. F. Armstrong was inspecting the Golden  and Fort Steele road this week.  A general repairing of the road  from Fort Steele to the Windermere line is contemplated,  fund for prizes. Among, other  features there will be a�� baseball  game botween the Moyie and  Cranbrook seniors, - another ' between the Moyie0 and Cranbrook  juniors, and still another between  the fat men of Fernie and Cranbrook. There will also be a football game between Moyie and  Cranbrook. Then in addition to  these there will be hose reel' contests in which Moyie, Cranbrook  and Fernie will participate. Wet  tests only. _ There will be a grand  ball in the evening.  A Generous Grant.  ab-  HILL,  THE    FUJtNISHER.  The machinery in the concentrator built at Trail has been all  taken apart and some of it has already been sent to the St. Eugene  mine. NSuch portions as can be  utilized will be used in the several  plants owned by the Consolidated  company, wherever it can be.  Rest��� ���'���-. ���  |lmperial Bank of Canada,     j  Capital Authorized������-���7������$10,000,000.    7 '   fe  Capital paid up���������--���-���a���-4,925,000. *  ���������������������4,025.000. H  Saving's---bank .-department.   : s  S^l^-i est allowed On' deposits from date   of'.deposits  "" 'tf'l  quarterly.  ^BROOK BRANCH,  J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.  and  John L. Sullivan is evidently  greatly struck with Nelson. Jle  wants to come in the worst way  and is writing the secretary of  the Fair committee almost daily,  offering to appear with his partner Jake Kilrain for almost any  Sum varying between one dollar  and a thousand.  At Thursday's meeting of the  executive council, at Victoria it  was decided to grant the following sums to the city of Fernie;  $25,000 towards a new school  building; $5,000 for sidewalks and  repairs to streets, and $5,000 towards the cost of municipal buildings.  The government' will also rebuild immediately the bridge over  the Elk river and Coal creek. 13a-  sidps these sums the government  has contributed a considerable  amount for the relief of the  necessities of the people in Fernie  and altogether the amount expended by the government on account of the fire w'll be in tho  neighborhood of $100,000.  School Opens,  A Good Orchestra,  P. F, Johnston of the Moyie  Hotel is displaying a spirit of  enterprise in having,a three-piece  orchestra at his place every evening. Barney "Wilson plays violin,  Walter Watkins, piano and Guy  Watkius, trap drums.  The Moyie school opened Monday morniug with 71 children in  attendance. There wore 34 in the  senior room and 37 in the junior  room. ���   Business Increasing-.  1 j  Since the establishing of the  local telephone system in Moyie  the bussiness between here and  Cranbrook over the long distance  line has more than doubled.  family siuce coming from Fernie  after the fire, whon they ' lost  everything.  FOR SALE-LAn offer wanted  on 500 fully paid shares Moyie  Water Co. Dtd., stock, address  "Broker," care 'Moyio Loader.  Shipping from the St. Eupene  is considerably hampered through  the inability of tho C. P. R. to  supply cars. ^  Mrs. K. D. Stinsou was in  Cranbrook Thursday evening to  see her husband, who is in the  hospital.  E. O. Kanim writes from the  east that his father is recovering  Mr, Kamm and wife will probably not return from the east for  a few weeks yet.  There will bo the regular services at the Catholic church tomorrow at 10 o'clock in the morning and at 7:30 in the evening.  Those will be conducted by Rev.  Father Choinel.  A certain washing v machine,  called-the "flasy Way," built on  tho latest scientific plan, found its  way into this town from tlio  American side, and was passeel to  every lady that wanted it for a  trial. It went farther than tlu>  o w n e r o x poc tod a n d 1 i as bee n 1 os t  sight of. Wherever has it now,  please let Mr. Taylor of the International know. There is another  consignment of these machines ou  tho way���Adv.  The discomFort of living: under  canvas is being realized by  those-  whoaae still  compelled  to'.make'  their habitation in tents at Fd--*"'  me. AThe   other nigh^rain   aM  hail fell for some hours' and ' tlie" '  steady downpour   has   continued  while the weather has b'acome iii-7,  pleasanly    cold, the, surrounding  mountain tops being covered with'  a, mantle of .snow.   To, add'-to the  tribulations of those camping' out/  the high' wind   during' the" night"  olew down several   tents and in,  other cases  where tho "occupants  ��� had nes*ected to dig trenches, the ���  Moyie had two moving  picture/ m?tor found its way iu and fchor-.  I oughly soaked   the    beding.    aA-'  most of the cooking in the  camp  has to be done out of doors  with  '  no shelter over the stoves the difficulties     of   r the     unfortunate  homeless can be imagiued.   Building operations   in   every  part   oE .<  the district are st'll' being pushed  on rapidly and it is uow probably   ���  that house room will be found for-  evejyone before  the   winter  iu.  Two Show3.  ���*.*        . ->A '���''    !"*��� M  '.'������>���? ,iL-*  ���/���Ay i '; A.fi  i   :'?"j'':i j.Vm  {  dtM  i.>  '  ;|?;a^ 'm  ' A\ ^ .,, ������ -ita  , L  �����     j ���"��  ���*    V ''1  .,i-     ,1'     '~'.*1     'tl)"-.  a   iV'Ai^l  4 A*  , *.��ii   i. -j-3  "A ,'A    IW.I  ' '.      A1"    'it."    ' >'rl\  shows this iveek. ' Tuesday even  ���     .    ���. . . ��� - show   had,  a   sprinkling'  of  e-,3 to him and hia I Vaudeville in it, and this was the  only redeemiug feature of it.  The pictures wero very poor.  Wedneselay night the ��� Gans-Nel-  son fight * was' exhibited, and  again for some reason or other the  pictures were dim. The fight exhibition was interesting, however.  ^Opening- a Bakery.  il'"' A  JL V    "  ���VtMr  '.��!��  set3  i,.  - .* "  ���y  A bakery and store,is to be  opened iu the Conrad building on  south Victoria streetin the place  formerly occupied by J. W. Fitch.  The bakery will be nia by Fred  Hamilton and the store by Thos.  Summers. Mr. Sumniors is moving his stock from his present  location near tho L9ader office.  The new store will be open about  September 1st..  Daly's Sig-Iitj;rs Gone.  Rich in  Mineral.  Coming Events.  i  Kaslo Fair���September 17th to  18th.'  Nelson Fair���September 23rd  to 20th.  Now Wostminster Fair���September 20th to   October 3rd.  Victoria Fair���September 22nd  to 26th.  Spokane Fair���October 5th to  10th. J  One of the richest mineral belts  in II. C. lies on Whitefish creek,  about 20 miles from Marysville.  Thero are enormous leelges of copper in that vicinity, aud all that  is lacking is the transportation  fae'ililies. S >tno .Moyie parties  are heavily interested up there,  anion{r thorn bbing the Kvan��  brothers atiel Clia-*. A. M.icKay,  manager of the Cambrian.  Word comes from Ymir that  Jack D.ily, who was blasted while  working in the Sb. Eugene 1,-st  spring.'/ts back'from ' Spokanr,  where he ha3 beon under treat-  mrnt for soma time. Daly's eyesight is gone complately. lie is  residing with his brother-in-law*  A. C, O'Neill. On the morning of  March 7th last Daly and Patrick  O'Brien were working together up  on the St. Eugene hill when they  drilled into a missed hole.  O'Brien was killad outright, aud  Daly was terribly injured abjut  the face.,  $ *l"  *  if*  T  t   "  \  *>*",'  '     A   *M  r    4   *  *  *4  <  hV  i  *  , t ���<  i  >���  \P-  "   I*  ���   .  '-i  ' "  * *.  i\  -A \  i  Gone to Sheep Greet.  The Black Horse.  Today the stockholders of the  Black llotse mine will ni��et for  the purpose of changing the nam��  of the company and raising the  par value of the stock. It is reported + hat a good strike was  made ou the property AVednes-  day.���Mullan    Miner, Aug.  22ud.  Peter Jennings, k-ft Thursday  for Sheep Creek, about 30 mil^s  from Salmo i��n-the Spokane Falls  ���k Northern railway, and abous -10  ���nilos from Nelson. Some big  strikes have receutly been made  on Sheep Creek.'��������� Prospectors are  very busy in the valley stakiuR  new claims and hurrying to open  chem tip, but it is the partly de-,  veloped properties that naturally  ittraot most attention, and inter-.  -ist."    ''.".' '      ���''���..'���,' .'������'  '-.v  il -il  A Deformed Citizen.  Lost���N<jar Moyie bridge, las'  evening in the rainstorm, an urn  brella belonging to a gentleman  with il bent rib and bone handle.  Creston'"'.'Land   Salep  ��� W, F. Teetzel, in oharge of the  government lands at Creston,  saj-s the survey will be completed  ivithiu the next week or ten dayg  and that the sale   has   been  def}?  nitely act, for October J$tJ}.  "i*i*���ar r|s'^'" "jet "���j1   -*-*&**  rtfWKj"    ������  11  C<  >1^  ��*,  &��.,'"��� ^ %   '    " ■      •> "
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their hearts -bounded as tbey looked
upon it. for tbey Irneiv 'that this ff.11
the straight path which led them, the
one to homo and the otheii* to peace and
freedom.
, Across the rivor was tlio terrible Iro-
.tliiois country, and nt 't     • pjmts tliey
could see tbo smolce* of 1.1. - cwl'mg up
into  tlio eveiilii*,' nil".     They  followed
the track which led down the, eastern
bank.   As tbey pushed onward a stern
military   cbal'lonpce   suddenly   brought
them ton a  stand,  and" they" saw  the
gleam   of   two   musket  barrels, which
covered, them from a thicket overlooking: the path. 0        '' y   '
"We are friends" cried De Catinat.
"Whence come you, then?" asked an
invisible sentinel.                     °'
"'From  Quebec."    _ A
"And whither are you g-oing?",     x
,"To  visit   M.   Charles ,de   la   None,
seigneur of Ste. Marie."
'   "Very   good.     It  is   quite  safe,  Du
' Unit.    Tbey  have a  lady -with  them
-' too.   I greet you, madaine, in the name
A of jny father."*-
,Two men had emerged from tha
bushes, one of whom might hava
passed as a'fiiIi'b]ootle>d rndfan had it
not been for, these 'courteous words,
which he jittered' in excellent French,
""ne wns,a tall, slight young man, very
dark, with piercing black eyes and a
grim,, square, relentless mouth which
could' only have como with Indian descent. '   ,' '   ,
The ' other was undoubtedly, a pure
Frenchman, elderly, dark and wiry,
with'a bristling black beard and a
fierce,,. eager face. Leaning upon his
long brown gun/.he stood watching tho
party, while his companion advanced
toward them. °        l   •
"You will ewrcuso our. precautions,"
Bald he. "Wo"never kuow.wh.it d.vico
'these rascals* may adopt'to entrap us.
I fear, madaine, that 3-011 have had a
long and very tiring - Journey. , My,
mother will be very glad to welcome
you and to see to every want. But you,,
sir, Thavo surely 'seen you before."
"And I  you,"  cricdvthe guardsman.
"My name is Amory de Catinat, *onco
of the regiment of ficavdy. Surely you
are Ach'dle 'do la Noue do Stc'^ Marie."    ■
" "\'cs, it is I," the'young man answer-
edj* holding'out his hand and smiling
in a, somewhat constrained fashion.    "I I
do not wonder that you should hesitate,
for when you saw mo last I was in a
very different dress from^this.   We have
ono life for the forest and one for tho
cities, though, indeed, my good father
will  not have  it so and  carries   Versailles with him wherever he goes. But
it is time for our relief, and bo we may
guide yon home."
Two men in the rude dress of Cana-
elian censitaires, or farmers, but carrying their muskets iu u  fashion which
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De la Xoue gave them a few curt injunctions diid then accompanied the
refugees along the paih.
"You may not know my friend here,"
said he. poluting to the other sentinel,
"but I am quite sure that his name is
not unfamiliar to you. This is Grey-
solon du Phut."
Both Amos ancl De Catinat looked
■with the deepest curiosity and interest
nt the famous leader of coure'urs de
bpis, a man whose whole life had been
spent iii pushing westward, ever westward, saying little, writing nothing, but
always.- the first wherever there was
dangeT to meet or difficulty to over-
"come.
"What do. you think, ol those fires
Aver yonder, JJti l-liutY" tasked youm.
De la Noue.   . »
Th**- adventurer glanced over at the
two little plumes of smoke which stood
straight up against the red evening
sky.    "I eion't like them," said he.
"They ave Iroquois, then?"
;    "Yes.""
"Well, at toist it proves that they
are on the other side of the river."
Du Unit'lit his pipe from a tinder
paper.. "The Iroquois are oil this side,"
said lie.   "They crossed to the south."
"And; you nevoi- told us! How do
'you know that tliey crossed, and. why
did yon not tell us?"
"I did not know until I saw the fires
over yonder."'
.    "Aiid how did they tell you?"
"Tut"! An Indian papoose could have
told," said Du Phut Impatiently.    "Iro-
an oo.,eet. xney nave an onjecr. men.
in showing that smoke. If their war
parties were over yonder there,would
be no object. Therefoie their brayes
must have crossed the river:' And they
could not get over to the north without being seen from the fort."
"Then they may be iu the voods
round us. We may be in danger!"
:ried De la Noue.
Der Catinat cast a glance round him
nt the grand tri'e trunks, the fading
foliage, the smooth sward underneath,
with the long evening shadows barred
across it. Dow difficult it >va« to realize that behind all this beauty there
lurked a danger so deadly and horrible
that a man alone might will shrink
'from it, far more one who had the woman whom he loved walking within
hand's touch of him! Tt-was- with a
long heart foi c sigh of relief that he
saw n wjill of stockade in the- midst
of a large (.tearing in front of"him,
with -the stone manor house .rising
above it. In a line from, the stockade
were a dozen cottages, with ,cedar
shingled roofs turned up in the Norman fashion, In which dwelt the habitants under the protection of the seigneur's chateau. At either -corner, a
small brass cannon peeped through an
embrasiire. As they passed the gate
the guard inside closed it and placed
the inure wooden bars into position. A
little crowd of- men, women and,,children were gathered round the door of
the chateau, and a mnn appeared to
be seated on a high backed chair upon
the threshold. •  '        •
"You know my father," said ,, the
young man, with a shrug of his shoulders, "lie will have it Unit he has never left Ills Norman castle and that he,
is still Uie Seigneur dc la Noue, the
grc'atest man within a day's ride of
Itouen and of the richest blood Lof Normandy'. 'Ho is now taking Ills dues and
his yearly, oaths'from his ' tenants.
He would'not think it becoming,',if
the governor himself were to visit him.
to pause in the middle of so august a
ceremony. But, "if 'it would interest
you, you may step •this way and wait
until he has finished. -'You, madame, 1
'will take at once to'my mother, if you
' will be so kind as to follow me." ■ .
" The sight was, to the Americans at
least,, a novel' one.1" A. triple row of
men,,women and children were-standing round iu a-semicircle, the men
rough and sunburned, the women
homely and clean, with white caps upon their heads, the children open mouthed 'and round eyed,-awed into an nn
usual enriet by the .reverent bearing of
their elders, ln thc center, on his high
backed carved chair, thero sat an elderly man, very stiff, and erect, witlipan
exceedingly solemn face. , lie was a
fine figure of a-man, tall and broad,
'with large, strong 'features, clean shaven and deeply lined, a huge beak of a
nose'and strong, shaggy ' eyebrows,
.which arched right up to the great
wig, wliich he wore' full,and long," as
it had been worn in France "Jn his
youth. On hisPvig was placed a white
hat, cocked jauntily at one side, with
a red -feather streaming round it, and
he' wore a coat of cinnamon colored
'cloth, with silver at the neck ancPpock
ets, -which"" was,'still very handsome
though, it 'bore^ signs of having been
frayed and mended more'than once. ',
, As the seigneur rose:, his son^ who
had returned, 'took De "Catinat by the
slee\ e.
'•Father,,"" said he, "this - is M. de
Catinat, whom you may rcmemboi
some years ago at Quebec."
The seigneur bowed with much con
tleseeiisiou.
"You are extremely welcome to raj
estates, both yon and your body scrv
„ nnts"— ' ^    ,
. "They are my friends, monsieur. This
is M." Amos Green, and Captain
Ephraiin Savage. My wife is traveling
with me, but your courteous sou has
kindly tnkem her to your lady."
"I am honored—honored indeed!"
cried the old man, with a bow and a
flourish. "I remember you very well,
sir, for it is not so common to meet
nicn of, quality in _ this 'country. Now
that 1 think of.it, the second sou of
your great-grandfather married the
' niece of one of the.'.De la Noues of An
delys, which is one of our cadet"
branches. Kinsman, you are welcome!"
He threw his arms suddenly rouud De
Catinat.
The young guardsman was only too
delighted to find himself admitted to
such an intimacy.
,"1 will not intrude long mpon your
hospitality." said ho. "We are journeying down to Lake Champlain, aud
we hope in a day or two to be ready
to go on."
"A suit of rooms shall be laid at your
disposal as long as you do me the honor to remain here. Peste! It is not every day that I can open my gates to a
man with good blood in his veins. Ah.
sir. that is what I feel most in my ex
lie. for who is there with whom I can
talk as OMiial to equal? You are wcary
;-iid hungry, you and your friends
Come up with me to the tapestried sa-
'■vm and wi shall see if my stewards
mu find 'in.\ thing for your refreshment.
-on 1,1 y •. Mici if I reraemhar rlzht.
ah. my skin is leaving me. ana 1
bhuuld be glad to try a hand or two
with you."
'.('he manor house was high and
strong, built of graystone In a framework of wood. The large iron cl'imped
door through which they entered was
pierced foi- musketry fire a»d led into,a
succession of cellars and storehouses
in which the beets, carrots, potatoes,,
cabbages, cured' meat, dried eels and
'oilier winter supplier were placed. A
winding, stone staircase led them
through a huge kitchen, flagged and
lofty, from which branched the rooms
of the servants, or retainers, as the
old nobleman preferred to call them.
Above this' again was the principal
suit, centering hvthc dining hall, with
its huge fireplace.and rude homemade
furniture. The seigneur explained that
he had already supped; but, having allowed himself to lie persuaded into
joining them, he ended by eating more
than Epbraim Savage and drinking
more than Du Unit.
ter, oat mere were no signs- or tne iro-
quois upon thc eastern bank, so that it -,---;, „,,„,,0IM.
was clear that Du Lbut had been mis-   my <^ "-,   cfsul^" ,
Over on the other  side,  how- I      «h>  »"- ls -UL
Jurrbo  Diet.
I should beA.AV'W1CC0PtTO
,he fond motlior.
,m athletic _youn?
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''j A"- id 1 it 1 tellm" some fiieueia
evtCtbrgra/'plumes of smoke still 1™^^ ^ au ^UU like an    '"
taken.
tie-
streamed up above Uie trefes as a sign j^„ nm
that their enemies were not very far P ..Qh   (]on»t let ti,ai v\uii>  ^.p"'
off. , '•      ,
The refugees were rested now and
refreshed and of one mind about pushing on.
"I am not frightened, Amory, and I
am quite rested now.".,said Adele.
"We shall b£ so much more happy
when we are iu the English provinces,
for even now how do we know that
that dreadful friar may not, come with
orders to drag us back to Quebec and
Paris?"
It was indeed very possible that the
vindictive Franciscan, ,when satisfied
Uiat thev had not ascended to Montreal
or remained at Three Rivers, might
seek them on the banks of the Ri&ie-
lieu. The seigneur, was friendly, but
tlie seigneur could'not disobey the governor's order. A .great hand stretching-all the way from Versailles seemed
to hang over" them, even here in Uie
heart of tho virgin forest, ready to
snatch them up and carry them back
into degradation., - >
But the seigneur and his son, who
knew nothing or their pressing .reasons for haste, were strenuous in urging De Catinat "tho other way, aud in
this they were,supported by thetsilent
Du Dhut.       '; < r   '
"Yoii have seen my little place," said
the old nobleman, with a wave 'of his
bcruflled, ring covered hand. "It is
not what I should wish it, but, such
as it is, lt is most heartily, yours for
the winter if you'and your,comrades
'would honor me by remaining.- As to,
madame; I doubt not that niy own
dame and she will find plenty to amuse
and occupy them, which 'reminds me.
De Catinat; that you have,not yet been
presented. Theuriet, go to your mistress and inform her'that 1/request
her to be so good as to come to us^in
tlie hall of the dais."    ' -r    .*
De Catinat was too seasoned (to be
easily startled^ but he was somewhat
talccn aback when the lady," to whom
'the old' nobleman'.always referred in
terms " of exaggerated ''respect,' pro vqel
to be as, lilee a full ,blooded ^Indian
squaw as nthe hali of the dais was' to
a French barn. , ] \    '
P'AIlow  me   to  present  you,   M., de
Catinat,"   said   the5 Seigneur , de   Ste.
anel baled hay."       ,       ^
An Oil 'for"7iTM7n"-Th.- sailor^
soldier,    the  fislu'imiin.    the      m>x
man. the outdooi hUwier and a 1 «
are  exposed  to, 111 j uiy    and  tho   <
5„ents   *MU  fimf .a  1 >'   A   «"«■•     ; ■
lectric Oil a tine imtl faithful lnuii
To    pa.-.e.pain.    johove  cold*,.. /;"£
vifluiids,   subdue   lumbago   and   mu
come  ihoumafism.   it   ha.**
Ml SHOULD NOT DIE
There Is No Physiological Reason
For Death.
THE. BODY IS SELF RENEWING
Perfect'Diet and Mode of Living Would
Perfect u Balanco      Between
Bodily    Wasto    and     Renew-      -nd
Would Mean Physical Immortality.
•The  last 'onemy that shall  to  de-
Improving the Native Plum.
There is no native fiuit that gives
Ereatcr promise of usefulness, in wes-
Sm Canada, than tlie plum. Some
rf the wild plumb are well worthy.-f
culVvaUoi! Jven as they are With
cultivation and improvement   it m, al
To Awaken
.   the Liven
o %A   by a 'Jong proce* of culti- !    B-U.I  oome?  an(    t>
Kns V Mi^b'i1   This  wijljndi.,^^ use, of tim, ^ ^
cafe ' what  may. b? y^ewmplished^hi ,,    WHh ^ ^ ^ ^ _       ,
come Rheumatism u ...» ■ « '« •' „troycd ls,dea(h," said the Scri^r«.
Therefore it should haw « .>}™ le^ t Jlf Bme D'ian attempted se iousl,
all home n.edicna's and tlio.7o .taken, jet_* ^^ andeut truth today we
on a jou.ney. _ . __j  ' j Jj»   «. ' ^ as a mad pr0I,,l(jt
indeed    Yet the time will come wHen
2 will he a.bte to, believe this proiu-
"e of the Bible,  although  they   may
never see it literally fulfilled.
Death  some   day   tvlil   be  acknowl-
A'Cimvoubet.iMod V.th 51 pecrftt?"
he atked.  The woninn d.ew l^»^If ul»
proudly. • .     .„„ ,,«n,-^
;-You have known me tw ten >*.ai».
haven't you?" she n-pheel. , ,n.aui  DVUJ^   —.,
"Yes."  -   '        ■ ' ,.._   t.(,l,:od t0 be as unnatural In the ccon-
"Do  you  know how old, 1   a.n .   .       ^    eu   v ^  ^^ „ iJire „ n
Washington ,lie.ah^ ,   , «»« B° ffcrlns.    Buf whether or not' In
no   other   fly   killcis    compare    »i«o
fiom northern varieties found in nor- , t      fa liver "~
them Iowa and the bordering portion \l0^la(^l£\ , ,
the improvement of, tne native plum. | , . - . '-       to '
the  nuchanan  N«^ry,Co.._ of  _St. . p^ fa y^ Q^g^J
Kidney-
■ ' - 'Liver.Piihl
them.
ain-
"'Wl'int  is   the' height  of  your
^•'iJon't know exactly. .About fife
feetvlhree', J -should --ay at a guess. —
Philadelphia- .Ledger, j r      •
^Minard's  Liniment Cures' Diphtheria
"' A lady the other day hastened to th».
" nurserv ami, said to'her little elauglp
','jfinnie, what elo .you mean _by
shouting and'',scren,ning? P ay qu>eP
Iy1, like Tommy.-See, he doesn t m.ike
A" sound." ,/ .. ..     ,.
< "Of course, he doesn't/', said the little girl. "That -is our game. He .s
papa coming home late, and I am
youA-tiKver.vbody'>3: Magazine.,
DANGEROUS OPIATES.'
y  t       -1 I'
'Most,' 01'the liquiel medicines adver-
'tAed to cure siomacn and bowel
Voohies1 and summer complaints contain" opiates'anel, are.dangerous. '.When
the'mother gives Baby's Own Tablets
to-.her little ones' she has > the guarantee of a government analyst thatvthis
nie'dicine contains "no opiate or narcotic. , And she has the assurance
that no', other medicine will so'speedily'cure stomach arid bowel„.troubleS,
if they come unexpectedly. . Give? tlie
well child an occasional dose of .these
tablets and thoy will prevent sickness
by clearing the stomach ■ and bowels
of offending .matter.' ' MrsPWilbeit
Com;, CanvilleP'Out.. says:—"Ihave
used Baby's Own Tablets" for stomach
and-bowel troubles anel know of r-o
other medicine,- so satisfactory.'" Sold
{bv medicine dealers or by mail at 23«
\ a.' box from 'The,' !>>'■< Williams; Medicine Co.,  Brockwille, Ont.   '     , ,   '.
'I'/hvslcai question that does not enter
I!;.'.   What does  interest  us.Is  tho
question,'occupying tbe greatest sclcn-
1 pic minds today, whether the body as
; Inch cannot be retained In perfect con-
d'ltlon iudefinitely- ' '
Willittm A. IJanimond, one or tlio
great authorities, answers ip by-saying, -There is no physiological reason
why mail" should, die." '   "'
, Thomas J. Allen, M- A., LD.D.. writing in a'similar strain, says:     1 be human body ls-pot like.a'machine which
must wear out by cousta.il disintegration,- for lt is self- renewing.    It Is a
simple, scientific fact that we get an
'entirely new  body .every   few years,
estimated   at   from   three, to , seven.
Every day Is a birthday, for the proc-,
ess of waste and renewal never erases.-
Perfect   balance   betwen   elimination
and  renewal  would  avoid .permaueup
waste.", '
There Is no doubt that when we become more enlightened and understand,
perfectly; the laws that govern and de-
"termlne our physical  lives and  when"*"
rwe  conform, to' these, religiously   life-
will be Immeasurably prolonged. '
1 The "decay ot the body as evidenced
in old,ago Is unnatural.   Thc aesthetic
'within us recoils in merely contemplating Its,approach.? We feel thnt there"
.must be something self perpetmtive In
the'change when the.strong color In a
healthy man and tbo fresh beauty In,a
•pure , woman'' tako   their ' departure,
when  the bloom  on  tho cheeks fade,
when the brilliant light within the eyes,
grows dim'and the full,-red lips become
"pale and fallen.        ■• a,  L
Medical science has pointed out ,the
physiological'cause of thiisc'conditions.,
Probably the time, will corue when' it
will boable'to peJiut out tbe manner of
avoidiag-them
thC     IDUl-.ltt.1'"*     -•'^■I'y-J  „--.-- ~
Charles   Manitoba, is offering a pnxe
of $5 for thebesst sample ftf.wild plums
of this sciison'fl growth.   Anyone wwh-. , ,
in« to  compete  for  thc  pnw  Bhould f - 7
send a sample of the plums by. mail-
to  the  nursery   company,   atSt.Char-
le«    Man-,   marking   tho   p-fickages. So
the name and address will be known.'
This is all that, is necessary to enter
anv   ono   for, the   competition.'      Hho,
in jit should not be sent in tiubpxes;
wood' or .cardboard   should   bo  used.
l»erfumed boxes, such as" soap beixes,
should not" be used, ns'these will destroy, the flavor of the fruit
1 _^,	
The Bowels Must Act,, Healthily.—
Tn "inosl nilmenta Uie firBt cnre'of tho
medical man is'to see'that tye bowel*
'are open anel fully, performing their
fun<;tion8. * Parrnelea's iVegetnhle I'iUh
are so compound^ that" 'certain' <ir-
credients in Ahem act on the bowels
solely and they are ' the .very ,best
mqdicine available to producer heal,«jy
action' of the bowels'.1 Indeed, there
is no .other specific so serviceable in
keeping the .digestive' organsA~ui
healthful action.;      ^ ^J _   "^ -\
The1' Pnrson.^-I"' intend..-1* pfay^that
you mav forgive ,Casey for, throwing
that'hack "aUyou. „ >/ ,, -+ . .. „ J.  -.
The Patienfc-Mebljee yw .nv renew
.id''be Saving loimfe if-ytfd Jiwt wait
til i Of pit we! 1,' nnd. then p ray for
Casey".—Sloper's" '' J rr ,~y   ■•   .-•">"
Minard's Liniment cures'Colds,''&c'
j THE   EXCLUSIVE'SEX. - "4"
"    ( Didn't  Want to Hurry.
, "1 saw G, Whi?.-;. hi hn-RutoD,
yettteiday mid i». ,\.,ii nvinaliv-jil
ing jiUiog nt 11 -fcii.nl'A-iuw/' -?l
' "VGood grneiou-t' Why, ^jAl
one Of the mofct imieitiuiu., oj^ ^1
iaca iu town. What du yw'kjJI
was the matter?"1
.* "Ha'^wiw,, gohig ,h» I.I.K*
Blfniingliuiii- Age-li'Tiild.
AbIiA'J
.Perhaps. ■   ',    ""      avoidiag-them.   _"     (   ;   *  ' -_■    <    ,     ,,
Mr.   rrj-—ffBCffr"" that" peculiar  old    -   we kno,w tjiat theboily'.grows old be--
Mrs.  Talkative;  who was; so  fond of    cause of<the existence of, an imperfect.
arguing   with ' everybody ,'about, any- ■ balance between the waste which' the
thing,'has been sent to ah insane asy-    body accumulates and the amount it[3.
l'um.     What diet" th'-y  think   was  the
Viatter with her? \
Mrs. Malaprop—She had a' fall, and
the doctors said it was discussion on
tbe brain.—Baltimore American.
Tho Mock Orange Bush.
, The mock orange of I'hiltidelphui
Is popularly known as syringa. s\.*
the latter ls the botanical name for
lilac. The mock orange family comprises about thirty species of hardy
ornamental shrubs varying in height
from five to twenty feet, many of them
admirably adapted for tho decoration'
of home grounds.
Perhaps the most widely grown variety of those known to tho old time
gardener as syringas is Philadelphus
grandifiorus. which grows about six
feet high and has large white sweet
scented flowers, .which appear in June.
Common mock orange (r. coronarius)
reaches about ten feet In* height ami
blooms in May or, June and is very fragrant The flowers are pure white and
are .borne in dense clusters, often so
numerous as to bend the branches
down to the grounel.
Gordon's mock orange (P. gordonia-
or twelve feet in height It has pleasing green foliage with grayish brown
branches. Thc flowers are white anel
produced In great abundance. They
bloom In June or July In central' latitudes.
This plant thrives in almost any well
drained soil and often eloos well in the
rhade of trees and buildings. Pruning
ii'.iould be done after the shrubs have
Cowered.—-National Council of IlortJ-
iiilturc.
CHAFTElTlfcSnr..
[WO days were spent by the travelers at the selgneury of Ste.
Marie, and they would verP
■willingly have spent longer,
for the quarters were comfortable and
the welcome "warm, but already the
reds of autumn were turningto brown,
and they knew how ■ snelddnly the ice
and snow came iu those northern lands
wild how impossible it would be to finish their journey if winter were once
fairly upon them.    The old nobleman i
"jdllotu mc to present you,   31.  eZc Ca-^
tlnat." ,
Mario solemnly, "to my wife, Onega
de la Noue de St6. Marie, chatelaine by right of marriage to this seign-
eury, wh'lc retaining in her own right
tlie hereditary chieftainship on the
distaff sklc of the nation of the Onon-
dagas. My angel, I have, bpen endeavoring to persuade our friends to'
'remain with us at Ste. Marie."
"A- least leave your white lily at
Ste: Mario," said the dusky princess,
speaking in * excellent French anel
clasping with her ruddy fingers the
ivory hand of Adele. "AVe will holel
her safe for you until the ie'e softens
and the leaves and tho partridge berries .come once more. I know my peo
pie, monsieur, and I tell you that tho
woods are full of murder." -    -      -
De Catinat was more moved "by the' ^«s) Is a native of the United States
impressive manner of his hostess than f^^n got^jro^oHenjeacltesjen
by any  of  the other warnings  which
he had  received.    Surely   she,  if  any
one, must be able to read the signs of-
the times.
"I know not what to do!" he cried in
despair. "I must go oiv, and yet liow
can I expose her to these perils? I
would fain stay, thc winter, but you
must take my word for it, sir, that it
is not possible."
"Du r.hut, you know how things
-houki be ordered," said the seigneur.
"What should you advise my friend to
do, since he is so set upon getting to
the English provinces before tho winter comes P'
"There is but one way," said Du
Miut, "though even in it there is danger. The woods are safer than the
river, for the n-eds are full of cached
canoes. Five le.igues from here is the
blockhouse of Pottou, and fifteen miles
beyond that of Auvergne. AVe will go
tomorrow to I'oit.ou, through the woods
and see if all be'1 safe. I will go with;
you, and I. give you my word that if
the Iroquois are there Greysblon du
Unit-will Unow.it. The. luely we shall
leave here, and if we find! that all is.
safe we shall come back forherP Then
in the same fashion we shall ■ ndvaneie
to Auvergne, and there yoii'inust wait
until yon hear where their war parties
are. It is my mind that it will not he
very long before we know."'
Arid so it was at last agreed, and
Adele was consigned to tbe care of the
lady of Ste. Marie, while De Catinat
swore that without a pause he would
return1: from Poiiou to fetch her. The
old nobleman and his son woulel fain
have joined them in their adventure,
but they hnd their own charge to watch
and tho lives of. many in their keeping,
while a small party was safer in the
woods. '' „..'■,,,
I     (To bo  Continued.)
able to .throwyofC. * During youth the
! balance Is perfect, because, the body
has more than its normal vitality and
strength to throw off the waste matter,
but as wo grow older this perfect balance becomes destroyed from one cause
or another. , ■ :f=:"-
The strength that should gollo eliminating imparities from the body ls not
husbanded, but rather squandered in
ditTenyit'ways. Then, too, wo eat and
drink those things that cause excessive
waste. An'impure diet composed rof
foods containing uric 'acid, such as
meat, or of drinks containing poisons,
•such as tea and coffee, taxes the clltni-
natlve powers, and when thc time
comes when these give way a state of
Imperfect elimination has set In, and the
wastes in part are deposited In the system, settling In the arteries anel joints
of tho body and accumulating until
they become obstructive elements.
Thc blood stream   circulates  Imperfectly,  and  when   once this condition t
'exists bad functioning of every organ
nf^the body results, and old age and
death gradually ensue.
Mind, too, has a great deal to do In
hastening or retarding the unpleasant
elgns of physical decay. Mental science has satisfactorily demonstrated
that'mean, narrow, selfish and unpleasant thought1) act destructively' on the
tissues of the body, while thoughts of a
wholesome and positive character act
constructively.
And when thc curtains of "tbo windows of the soul" are drawn,)(,wlien the
In
Going Too Far.
...   a   western   Kentucky   town  Ben
Watson   had   saved   the   life  of  Myra
Underbill.   She had fallen Into a river,
and as she was sinking  for the third
tiiiie   her   rescuer   reached   anel   saved
her.    Aunt Tabby   Wilson,  the  oldest
woman ' ln   the   village,   was   loud   in
praise   of   the   heroism   of   the   young
man   and   at once  declared   that   Bon
and Myra must'get .married.   But Ben
•demurred. -'.The arrangements did riot
,'iuiit.  him.     "AVhy   not, marry". Myry.
Lien?" said the old lady.    "She's .1 nice
j irl. arid   we'll'-'have, a  fine  wedding."
"She is',a nice girl, all right,"  replied
'I'.eii,   "but   I   don't   think   we oughter
marry.   A'cems   to   nie,"   he  went  on,
"f  have done enough for Myry."—Ar-
■ trorinut.      .  '  ■   "   A*■'•'■.■
Tho   Sisterhood   of   Women   Will, Lao
Behind ,the Millennium.,'. „
„ '.'Women," observes the'Rev. W. &~
Uartlett.o'f Chicago.A'are more^exclu-
hlve.than men. They form #lans aud
gaze .vkance nt the newcomer ■ who
dot» not*bclong"to their set';       ■       7
All of which IstrueAfAndythe Chicayj-
go divine might; have'added the additional truth that women are'also nar^
rower 'than "men, less generous toward
human  faults, .and' railingsyainl, prone
to view"strangers wlth^siisptqlon. .'",'!""
It Is the exceptional woinam wlio^wiip
tako,a 'stranger on-tnist" and*thinkf.no"
evil.' ■■ . V Ay ' ' A- , A- ^ p, A", _ ^
P°The brotherhcxidr-of mam may - some v
day.'bc realized, butithe,s,istcrl>oodJ,ort
Tvoman wilt lag behind -the, tnlllenbiuuiA
y Women are'-not wholly to blame.for
their petty child's play'.of belonging to
a .speclar clrclii nnd. looking.elown> ou'
the rest or creation. Centuries of Ignorance and false standnrels of life are
welded Into thisbnublo called "cxclu-
slvcness." k  ■
It is fostered by silly pride and bolstered up by empty heads, and Anally
It becomes a fetich ■ to" thc woman anel
a matter of great envy' to her neighbors.    '      ■.',     , "7   ,   *   *
v   To be "exclusive" Is to miss the besst
of life, to bar out knowledge, to live ln
1 a hencoop. ,
Your true democratic eye takes In the
full sweep or the horizon... 11 ls not
fixeel on a knothole in the watL * --
A pity.the "exclusive" woman profoundly. Dow very,' very tired she
must get of the same old bores In the
same circumscribed social set, even
though that set holels nothing but De
Peysters nod diamonds! ,. ■
When you .visit the social dictator at
.Smith's Crossroads you quickly lenrn
to placc'the residence1 by .the*, warrnth
"of your hostess' smile or the stony coldness of her stare.      n s*
It is the same old pretense that thc
city keeps up transplanted to the
cruder environment or the village*
There may be many more Interesting
people outside ' the society .woman's
doors than in, but sho will Jose caste
If she admits them, so she ignores,
their presence.
It would require courage to Invite to
our homes such people as we really
like or who need our friendship and
thrust out the inane, the vapid and no
account,  wouldn't It?
If I And Mrs. O'Brien, the washwoman, more interesting, as she certainly
Is wittier, than Mrs. de Gasoline, why
,', Many mother*-- haw, ittwinfolgj
^Mother .Giavejio NVorsn KHemiaJ
becliiiHe, it hum reh(sw*l Uie little(rjl
of suffering and made tl'Wp i-j^I
" 'Rlo&cni'ftn—Well, of nil ihin-s'.M
Idea of* his nccu'siii^ mc of iiut-ml
iie.,oul of..the, whole cloth— o,|
"APopprey—-Yea, thfe id-*:, P^
'Kldseman—Kulieriil'iut, Wt -t;
•Pep'pVoy-e-'Oh! very. Kv.ikiljjl
tle>eKii'i know-how ijeonoiiiital jagl
j^Ptifladelpliia'Ttea-s.   '        Al
\ \*    y   . t i     I
, fctbusa. flies spread conUjiwPil
eases 1 WciPaa' typhoid fti'.tr, ml
fever, Aftiiiallpox and . "oiuibisJ
WUtwnVply.A-'ad'-, »*-ill kill &,1|
and the disease gonru loo,,' "
! l'MAXfM?,.fllbDEN WOMAlj
,Sages
Havo,-Waxed    Eloqi<«it'i
'    ' ,.Her Failingj.
" 'Woiild there be any mailiuy|
,w;orId If lityere, not V,•&<&*?*
ftfearkenYto, the'.."apes of «U
they wnxeel'cloque'iit when etiS%j
her''and   be'r failing**.   hlsfM'ftl
sages of u today. o f-Vis titeto «;S
Ibcirds.'as'tbey^t'lljlii-f wliitubij
■ how to' do U. r,to!ii*Jiig jji-MftM
hcr"nltentii>ii tficnwIi'P'ist!^
will surely happeii to l<tt lf>»l*««|
elo'-artheycn^y-i.'     *  '   '
,' Pobc... cpoorj p,l'lun''M'l:if: '•
llK^ediesa. r reii tar el I »n> }^fi,.
'rial, sbeMiijtii dfoup'whaf »!*«#j
lo,havc,d«jnp.. a nd.**'1',*!1**' f''.Pj
.Jhcllihtgs'she miptit lobittswO
"tbe woudcr-'.ls-tlnrt tliort>»,V«
>'n her.' *    ..A ,<..   t   > „
* irshe'ls.nAJ*/*'^. '^ JA
'to comiiott 'h-crjsolf v. HU due rr=«|
dignity. If she is n^-iri-.rfie-*']
fect-llbrary. of pOM-lei"11'' ljBa',f
Inspiration1 from. II"* ^f^T
go wroiig'ls .fsonieihni',' «-"P
celve since site Is so he-Is™""'J
-advice.-so,besetMvllh mu*I
be nure., many of .tho wegl
men-lndeed. hnve nl"-3-".1*!
aud always will he inoji-ld*l
temple's door Is closed and a final silence is within, when the spirit passes
the threshold to take up a newer and
finer edifice of its own creation, science
assures U3 that the' body Uvea on.
Here at least physical Immortality is .
an assured fact ' shouldn't I   havo her at my  party or
Theology has Irreligiously taught us i reception?
"That mountain," said the .pessimistic director of the now railroad,
seems to have blocked our progress
effectively." ,        , • r
"Oh, no," replied the chief engineer, "we still have faith' in our ability
to'tunnel, through it."
"Huh!   It's too bad your faith isn t
fairy upon them,    xne oiu• nomemaii 1      ™». '"* "t     ","AT,10,mtain8
had scut his scouts by land and by wa-   of the sort that moves mountains
that the body returns to Inanimate
4\\r,t. The religious answer of science
W* that It returns to GoeL Tho latest
v.-ord In tho field of biology Is that all
nature, Including thc all mother soil,
hi animated and hallowed with the divine principle of life.
More than this, matter Is lndestructl-
fcle and eiternaj. There I.s not an atom,
that can be lost In. all the universe.
For this reason our bodies do not really
i.\e. They are In the care of the nilgai*
of the elements.
: The peculiar cellular arrangement
thnt formed them. In to a. beautiful body
may be caused to disintegrate through
the action of the oxygen upon It, tlma
jniay change the position of the atemis
composing it, but the latter still contain within themselves the sacred and
Wernal ■ principle of life ns mnch an
"dpos.tho soul, and thoy exist only to
»;i>rr Into new arid perhaps more betiii
ttful combinations of .ll.?e.~-.Health.
Always  In Print.
"Do you .subscribe to tho theory that
Mars Is Inhabited?"
"No, I don't subscribe, hut I buy it
every month at the news stands "-
Washington Star.
Instead of Basting.
Some cooks In  preparing poultry or
I game bard' It  Instead of basting with
j  butter nnd water. '■.„•'
'Harding is rn'stemlng over thc hrenst
or the fowl to ho ronslnd a large, thin
piece or salt pork. It prevents the
meat from drying out arid eettinij
tasteless. .
Half the wrinkles that Hn*s the modem woman's brow and keep the cdas-
seuse In spending money arc due to
the strain of keeping up a false position before the world and trying to appear sevres or rare porcelain when in
icality they aro hut common clay.
Askltt— Who Is (.hat crusty old chap?,
sNoItt—That's    Durihsi .."tho.'''"batter.— .
'SuHartSotP. . '' ',,■.'„ ;  •,.'''
Jest Sirigin'.
"And have you music nt tho church7**-
1 nsked tho ^lirnl squlro.
"Waal.no,1," said ho;  "can't any we hevj
Jest slncin'. by Hid choir." :
not seem to aHer the ea«
al
froniPthelr' ability  to ai!««
■ made" rrile>a for her deiwrtn-.-l
to "bring up her children:^*'!
for, mnnage. control. *''':r1''1^
"how,to capture, a h-J-iw™-*!
tbe stupendous aud a«f«l|l!^I
discii8SCil for her enifsrlneniaft-r
Young maids and old im1H
wives   and   old   wlvo', atrj
gniudmothers—y<"s. eve it h«q
grcat-graudmo(l!er!i--afe n«t>^|
There  are  Diaxh"*' and m»P]
'you have to do is to wm'^
.and takccyour choice. n»d. m
sen-well, having clinwn. J«*l
swexit nnd Smile LrJinliisU'"Jl
tbe   uneven   tenor  of io® j
way.-* -   '-_."■ _     .   "
tho hracjium S"PP|)A
Mme. Cuiie pohsv'-.-e" « ffP
of* radium; P,rofeysor Ito*»L
necquen-l. 10; Sir "M*&
20:' Sir William Crookc. -v, j
d'A'rsonval. 20, and Tli«»«j;1
W milligrams. A Unit t«J
prams more are In the J
other professors- A"' l "J
form -of pure or "WU' P
and Its salts, nn.l »l'**,CD %■
135   milligrams, or nl**t    ]
""commercial low prnde rtjjj
tributed nmong n &l* 0\
■ nd Its strength Isveu ^ J
»xnct statistics aro not^ 7
it l8 estimated th.it thc cny
of commercial ..id «>'> Jjl
•P.,rc radium than lh«' 3C'J
po¥sonslon of scientists,
atiove. ,., (^iJ,"!
To these supplies inn        m
eomparatlvcly   ■">'•, """^isll
:th'n.e'''bams,6rfflU'umJ   JB
-orf.'-rfixiVdr.. and-Mien   Jj
trneted from h.ilf a ton rf h,,f
pitch blende, Vm v*ir A
^ated nt ?S0.000 Pn ^J
>o he sent, to Sir U |; "^f
.■>*iptTlmcnts on "<!•■*
'fifelcnUfl.c'Aamrliptt-
1
Horers a Real Summer -Delight—
'      SHREDDED   WHEAT
with milk or cream and fresh  fruits.      pisca"' '-f"),o*' >**■
I and try this    NATURAL    diet for a time nm.1;'1
'energies  will' increase, ..and. .your .spirits rev* v.-        -..fj(||
NaUmSHJNG    WITHOUT   BEING  HEA    I
80LD BY ALL GROCERS. BUYING A RING.  Pe-ru-na Useful  for Catarrh?  Should a list of the ingredients of Po��  Ina bo submitted to any medical ea>  |rt, of whatever school or nationality, j ward/'Tsaid 'a"JamiTiese Tadv  I    .,1,1   l,a  olllltrnd   to udmlt orithnni       . . ��-t*J'<* 1H.&L    lUUy   TllE     LEADER,    JVIOYIJE,     BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  would be obliged to admit without  servo that tho medicinal herbs com-  |>ging Peruna are of two kinds.   First,  audard and woll-tricd catarrh reme-  ies.   Second, well-ltnown and gener-  ly   acknowledged   tonls , remedies.  jat in ono or'tlio other of these uaes  ley havo stood tho tost of many years'  Epcrlence by physicians of different  doola.   Tl-ero can. bo no dispute about  lis, whatever.   3?ernna ii composod of  fhie of. the most efficacious and uni-  Irbally used herbal remedies for ca- L  A  Story They Tell   |n  Japan to  Illustrate Occidental  Love.  "The Japanese marry out of esteem  and trust to the coming of love after-,  "  "With"  us when love comes it lasts. We have  a song that we like lo sing���*l want to  live to ninety-nine years, and you must  live to be a hundred, so that we may  be happy,while our hair grows gray.'  "That Is better," she continued, "llian  the love that comes swiftly and' as  swiftly flies away again. They tell in  Japan a story illustrative of thilj transitory love-the love of your west  " "A, tourist, they say,' was touring  Brittany.    Ue came to  Qulmper, rind  A SHORT SPEECH  Strictly   Fresh   Eggs. >  JTheie are  Summer  resorts,  remote )  Made by an  Indian  Chief In   Reply to I fronl   any - agricultural     communities,  a Government Agent 1 where  fresh  farm  products  are-even  [the human system ns require a tonic.-  tech one of tho principal ingredients  [Peruna has a reputation of its own  Ithe'cure-'of somopliasoof catarrh or'  [a tonic medicine.       ,     ' ,   ''  flie fact is, chronic catarrh is a disks which i3 very prevalent.   Many-  |ou��ai*d   pooplo    know    they    have.  lifliilc catarrh,. They havo visited doc-  Is over and over again, and been told  'it their case is one of chronic catarrh.  Imay bo^of the nose,'throat, lungs,  Jmach or -some other internal organ.'  aoro iflsiio dci^iht as to tho nature of  difcCMO.   Tho "only trouble ia tlie  lody.   This doctor, has .tried to cure  ���cm.   That doctor baa tried to .pre-  rl bo for them., 'A;     , A      >  ; ,  W othor household remedy 60 nni-  rsally advertised carries upon  tho  Del tho principal active Constpuohta,  owing that Poruua,invites' the fall,  Spection of the critic#,    -"-���-   >  frhul diseases, and for such condition, f |J.e f<*",d In 11,e "ace 'Publique beside  ��� the  river an old'woman  selling trin  kets. ' ' ���    ' , '  "'What is the price or this? ho  asked, taking up an antique ring of  silver and'sapphlres.       P  " Ts  it for your  wife  or  for your  sweetheart?' said the old woman.' ���  '"For my,sweetheart' , ��� '  '    "'Fifty francs!' ,   ' .        '  ' " .'Fifty francs!' 'Nonsense!'   And' the  tourist, turned angrily aWay.  '"Come back,' said the old , woman.  ''Take it for ten. ���'You've boon,lying to  me. though: Yoii hnve no sweetheart  -Had the ring'been for her you'd have  ���bought7 ft nt once,,without, regard to  Its price.'      ' .  k ���  ",'1 .will" lake  it'-said   |lhe   tourist,  smiling.' 'Here are thetlO francs.'  ' "So the old" woman wrapped the ring  up. :   '-   ;a    v> ,   ���  , " 'But  you   baven:t  a*, wife   either,*  "-she grumbled." 'if it bad been for her  you'd'hnve beaten,me down*to 5 francs!  Oh, you men!'"   > -  -        .��� -   -,  The  Preacher's Advice,  My - friends/'   6aia,- tlie   itinerant f  |nchoi*, ���' tlio;,sei-iptunil rule for giv-  1 ?,vhs-one-tenth' of what a man pos-'  feed.   -If .vou 'feel >,youA can't  afford;  iHieh, 'just give a sixth or'ii fourth,,  aiding to'your- means.  We will dig"  Isii'^with the"next'Ijymn, and take  t the, collection'."���Lippineott's. .'-* =���  I       .*      .J ii.^t * * >*     'j      *h*.   *  whether the com be of old'or'new  |vth.. :itym'ust .yield To.. Halleivyay'a  Bi Cure/ the" simplest- and best dire  fied;to the rubhc,     ' -,*'',���  ,10ve :\yap,". .exclaimed . Lady,  bndolon Mallravers; 'V-twitteringly.  h'nu love ,iiie," echoed" Lord' Ch'uck-  tk. runiinatively.' > ���-~'A ;A" A ;  \ love" - you," . said"- the.   'nsseverat-  . 'r '' , \  , ,1 > ,", . '  , thu opoinlVc Ihrisiv   aside   .the  '.' dispiiStedly.���Kansas Cilv. Jour  Bare   oP  Ointments   , for    Catarrh  That Contain   Mercury, ,    ���).'���   .  iieictiry  will" surely   destroy .the  of smell and completely derange  ���whole  systcihywhen  entering   it,  [uch  tlie mucous surfaces:*'" Such'  l-i*- should never be used-'except  resciiptions from', reputable  phyps, as the'damage,',they  will^do  !rifoM,to tlie goe>el you can'poesi-  'derive, froniAtliem. ^  Hall's ,Ca-  Curc,  niannfactured-jby [ Ff". J.  ,ey &  Co., tXoledo,'"0.,  contains  ercury, and is taken* internally.  I 'lircctly *up]"on; the .blbod'ahel  us 'surfrtcos ,6f,' the.'system.-,'* ;ln  p Hall's  Catarrh  Oure"vbe* sure  et Ihe'genuine*. ,Jt isyiaken'in^.  llv and 'modern-Toledo,   Ohio.  '. J. Cheney ,& Co.*   Tesiimo'nials  d  by, Druggists. 'Price/ 75c.   per  c  Hall's  Family^ Pills  for   con-"  lion. *     !���>���,,-,      ..."  , 'NATURE'S LITTLE ,S^ I P. a  ! rJ ���.' _      j -     '���   ��� ' .1 ^       Jk  ���A ^Curious 'Jellyfish' Endowed (, With   a  ''   j A'y' ", -'Movable ( Sail!       ,**"     .'y  ; ,��� While mnn makes the largest'ocean  vessels,,,'nature   makes.phe,  smallest  ���Tills is'n species eu* Jelly'flsh. foiind only.  In ,tropica^ sens,' which" has' a sail.','  '*  /"Tlie part'of-the-fish-under*the wafer  loolas. llke'n mass of 'tangled threads,  while.' tlic^sall  is"a  tough,, membrane. ���  shaped Ilke'a shell^and measuring quite  five'inches a'ritl sometimes,more"across.  "The fish can raise or, lower this sail at  'will.' . '     . ',"    , -, Oui y   _ ���  A Wise,sailors let Ibis (curiosity, of nature ^lone./fop each 'of, Ihe'.threads  ���composing Us body has the?po^yeP of,  ;sllngliig. thc results of ^vbfch are very  painful   aud   often'  dangerous.,   This'  'power'defends,it from porpoises,'albatrosses and,,other natural enemies."   ��� -  -It has no'other means of locomotion  ,than, Its   sail,   and   uhcn-.sdcn   sklm-  ,'mlng bravely, nlou'g.Uic surface of the  , .water It looks more like a child's toy,  .boat-  limn .n ' living   creature   out   in  -search of food.���I.opdon Saturday Re:  �� vle'w.-'. \        ���  ,       ',-.,.  secretary of Ujo interior and the gov  'ernor and legislatui-e Of 'Minnesota  promised these Indians that,for this  act of bravery tliey should have the  special care of the government and  never be removed. " '  A few years later a special agent  was sent from Washington to ask the-  Ojibways to cede their lands and remove , tor a country north of Leech  lake. The agent'"asked my help. I  said: ,.   ,  "I know that country. I have'camped on it It Is tiie most worthless strip  of laud in Minnesota. The Indians are  not fools. Don't attempt this folly.  You will surely' come to grief."  He called the Indians in council and  said:   ���   ���- . ,  , "My red brothers, your great 'father  has heard how you have been wronged. He said, 'I "will send them an honest man.', He looked in the north, the  south, the east and the west When  he saw.me.' ha said, 'This Is the-hon-  est,man whom I will,send to my red  children.'. Brothers, look at mc! The  winds of fifty-five,*years'have blown  over ^my head nnd .silvered'it with  gray, and in'all that t'iine���I have never  done wrong*-to any rhnii. As "'your  ���friend Task you to sign.this treaty."  ��� Old Shah-b'ah-SkOng' sprang to his  feet and sjjld: y  ' "My 'friend, look at me! 'The winds'  of more"than'fifty winters have blown  over rny he��id , and silvered It' with1  jgvayl but th'cy have not blown my  brains, away  STORY OF THE FLOOD  why.the egga were invariably fried.  "See here,"'he enquired one morn-,  ing  of  the  genial   colored  man   who i  waited  upon   him,   "why  do  you   always fry eggs here?    Don't you" boil  them?"  sab,'  One of the Strange Legends of  the Yuma l.idians.  ,mi :  "Oh-oli,   yes.  . responded' the  waiter, pleasantly. "Of cn'se yo' kin  have 'em boiled if yo' wants 'em. But  yo   know, .sah, yo' takes, de risk." ���   . '  is   ���     ,  An Easy Pill to Take-Some persons  have lepugnancc to pills because of  their*, nauseating tpste. Parmelee'a  Vegetable Pills are'so'prepared as to  make' them agreeable to the mo,t  fastidious. The , mo,t delicaie can  take them .without feeliii" the revulsion that,follows the tflking of .the  ordinary pills. This is one reason for  the popularity of . theje celebiatud  pills,,-but the main reason" is their  high 'tonieal -quality as a medicine |  for the stomach.-  CAUSE OF THE GREAT STORM.  "I have been "taking i-ome moving  pictures of life on your farm."    ,  "Did you sketch "the hiied man in  motion?"      ���' ,    ,  "I did."  "Ah. .Science kin do anything these  day*. '���Loudon   Globe.       , '  'Diptheria' is spread by the common  house fly. Wilson's<FIy Pads are'Ihe  best fly killers known. Refuse unsatisfactory substitutes.  'Thatccoiiricirwas ended.   V  a ... -  THE NECK RUFF.  He Got Homesick.      ,, ��� '      '  ben " Ruben   Darlo, 'the new NIe-a-  |nn  mlulster to'Spain,  arrived  In  York recently on  hls'wny.to his  post, he brought with, him  from  |ragun a young man as his sccro-  The lntter had never been so far  from Managua and at first the  ftness of ,thc  American  metropolis  Iri.scd him.    Then'It nctunlly over.  him,   nud    he.vbecame" nttllcfed  that  yearning  for home'that   !*>  Imonly    known    ns    homesickness.  pn  Senor  Darlo sailed  for  Madrid  ^secretary  wa*�� nott with Miim.     flo  j>rmod  (he  minister  that  be  fenrwl  ETO  fnrthei   away   frenii   .N'lcaragiia.  the 'ye��iirnliig  for home overmtin-  Ing the ambition for diplomatic hoo-  he re1' - "  ���'* >�������� "������"'M'lte'.'!  .- *       Lest You Forget.     ' -_.  When you cross the waters blue  Tako tills loyal  thouRht with you: *  j Though you 'Journey far and wide.    v  |,Don't forget your clv^c-pride.  ���Cleveland Plain Dealer.  "���' A    Treating Them All  Alike*/  '.   There , was   only 'one' thing _ in , the  worjd   of   whlch\Eben   Ransom" tbor-  ; oughly approveel; that was hard.'steady  work.-" "Lhope,", said the philanthropic  spinster,,who was spending-n fortnight  at lhe'vRansoni" _fnrrn'i "I,1 do hope/Mr,'  ''Ransom,  thnt!,you<,treat all your,men  JallkePglye^tbem, all ejqual advantage's  nnd.'wnges.._l'fluei a varj'lng standnrd,  "If-1 may use the'expression, makes so  much   trouble   anil,,,discontent   among  laborers Jn any'field of*work.". ,  "  '-   Mr.   nausom   surveyed   her  gravely  , anil nodded assent j  ' "You're right there, ma'am,'' he said  dryly after a 'moment. "There is just  one rule for the folks that work for  mc. 'Begin as early rind keiep it up as  Into as there's light to go by, and you'll  get your one-fifty a day, unless the  times are unusual hard, when 1 make  It one-twenty-five.'-  "But 1 tell you, ma'am, you can't  get as,mnny fellers to work on an  equal basis nowadays as you might  think."'  It  Reached  Its" Full  Glory In  the  Six-  ��� p. \ teenth   Century.1  ''���'        '"   ','  - One-of the most peculiar and interesting evolutions In historic, fashiontis  tlio" growth   nnd "development  of, the  ruff ,in Enginndy 'This  ruff'began its  career  as  a -humble   little' something  like a, tuck  running along the top of  ,the chemisette from shoulder lo'shoul-  .der.r   You   can, see   it   grow . in   the  portraits'-of  royal' personages '"slowly,  but  surely," like a  great  linen ' flower i  opening its plaited petals,from generation  to generation.    During the  reign  of 'Henry'"VII.  It  was scarcely'more  than a budding excrescence, but with  Henry VIII. it had outgrown its tuck  stage to the .extent of reaching,up to  the ears and was beginning to sport a  mild , flare.    Those, were   the .days of  such.strict sumptuary laws that In order to wear black gemot you must Jie,  royal,"'to .wear sable you must outrank  your viscount neighbor,- to-wear marten "or velvet trimmings you must be  able to show, an''Income  of. over 200'  marks a year. * Th'e reign1 of Edward  VI. and  Queen Mary merely  fostered  "the'ruff wiehput'encournglug kto any  greater development  But. Queen Elixa-  both, "seeing' in it'possibilities, for off;  setting" her  red; hair "and  clear  skin,,  fanneidit into vigorous life.-' In thesix-  'teentb century/the ruff'burst Into'* fall  bloom.     Men'-nnd *'women,   even   tiny/  princesses/pvero overshadowed,by the-  stiff rays of the 'ruff on all great- occasions.     Even   over   France"   Germany  and  Italy it spread  Its-white "pinions  and' held,, unquestioned  sway Hiritil   it  fell with the'-Roundhoads.  '"I'm coming to your office today,  John." , <���   ' '  '  '  -  "All'right,".responded thc- man who  rents. in"a modem skyscraper. "Telegraph me when ydu leave the first  floor, wife, and'I'll.meet you at the  one hundred and sixty-sixth/��� Louisville 'Courier-Journal.   *' '   < ,.  ., A popular idea used to prevail that  ah-.teas 'were pretty- much' alike, but  Stilada" Tea is proving' a pleasant  surprise -to thousands of particular  lea-drinkers^, Sol'd, by - grocers ,every-  "'        " 'A,,'.,    ' '559  where."'  ' Bridget," said 'Mrs! * Hiram Often,  sternly/ ��on" my way home just now  I,saw the "policeman who was in the  kitchen .with you so long last evening, and. I took'Accasion to-spenk' to  him���" "' " ,,  l'Oh, shure, that's all roight, ma'am.  Oi'm  not jealous."���Philadelphia 'Inquirer." 0      ���!.;'/'        ,">  '  , -     ' * c    p  n   in pr'eparious condition"'  ,M>jt-..D. Mackay, of Winnipeg, who  has been in, a serious condition for  for some, is*mu'ch improved as a result  of surgical treaioientf by Dr. F.">W.  K.- Burnham.  ' '  "How is prohibition working in"your  county,?"'   l - _   ���,  ,  '"It has. dtme wonders." answered  Col. Stilwell.' "i^of, only has.intemper-.  ��ance-been'ieduced to a minimum, but  tlie ��� fdar. of snake-nite' has;, almost, en-  tirelj- -disappeared from our, midol."���-  Washington Star.   ���  Bee Like,  icon���That man reminds mc of>  fbert���So busy? ���        ]  jo; because every time be unloads  |hing on a fellow thc fellow gets  fc!"���Yonkers fjtntcsman-  i     Her Modest Request.,  When Andrew D. White was minis-'  terjto Germany he received some queer,  letters from Americans.    Perhaps the'  funniest of, all was a mandatory epistle  from an 'old  lady  living in  the  west,  who Inclosed in her "letter four pieces  * of_ white llnen^' egch  some six  inches  square.     "We   are   going   to   have   a  fair, in our church,"  she  wrote,' "and  I  am , making an  autograph " quilt     I  want 'you  to get  me   the autographs  of tho emperor,  the empress anil  the  crown prince aud tell them to be very  careful not to write too near the edge  of the squares, as a  seam  has  to be  allowed for putting tbem together."  ' 'TheBurnt C|ork Circle.  "Mistah Middleman, Ah  has'ah  riddle."  "Mr. Bones, we shall be delighted to  have, you propound it."  "Yessah, but hit ain't'nothln' lak dat  Ah jest desires to ax yo' what am de  difference between ah storekeeper  whose business is Improvin' an' a man  who selects feathers fo' sofa pillows?','  "That's a pretty hard uut to crack,  Mr. Bones, is'ow; what Is the difference between .a storekeeper whose  business -Is improving and a man who  selects "feathers for sofa pillows?"'  . "De storekeeper's business Is pickih'  up, an' 'de other "man's business Is  pickln' down."  "Mr. T.' N. Orr will sing the pathetic  balind.-'He Married. Himself lo a Marcel Wavet an' 2s*ow lie's All at Sea.'"  Minard's*"Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  , , r> r ,     r  -'"Williamf" said the,.head". of* the'  firm, looking at'his�� watch, "P have  business oiit'*of .down* this nlternoon:  and may 'be "detained several1 hours.  Ti anybody should call���V '".���, " , '\  "Ther' ain'f no ball game today/Mr/  Spotcash."1 interrupteei .the office boy.  'T said nothing about    ball'  games,  William." lejoined his employer; e^ve-  ins him sternly.  "However, mv busi-, . .  ness   is  such   thnt   it   can   wait  until    not exist, and on jtbis mesa.the Indiana  some other dav.   Thai 'will be all just ' first" celebrated   their   delivery:    This  The Tipping Up of the Earth Caused  the Deluge Which Engulfed the  World���The Mysterious Ark and tho  Escape of the Chosen Few.  To this 'day the great deluge recorded  In the .Bible is a mystery to the North  American Indian.    He will not he led  to believe that the hood was brought  about  by  the    sins   of  man.    He,is  equally unwilling to believe that it was  the Avork of ah angry God, as he could  not see ho^ the^Ahnighty should be so  unjust as  to punish   the   Indians  of  America for the, naughty tilings .of a  race of people across' the ocean.   Another reason'which makes it still more  difficult for the Indian to believe that  tbe  flood   was   a   punishment   to   the  world is the fact that with him there  Ls no sin.   In his language there ,is no  such M'ord, nor does be expect" to  be  punished for any of his acts.->  ��� But though, there'Is uo equivalent to  the word sin In  the Indian  language  (nor "ln    the   Indian   mind   until   the  Christians   came),   the   Indians   have  their philosophy in regard to 'what ls  commonly so .termed. e Some, of tbeir  teach'ers   (most   of   whom ' claimed " to  .have   been  taught  the, philosophy��� of  life and/Its  laws directly   by   disembodied-spirits or   by   ethereal   beings  from ' other , planets)   taught   that ��� as  man^Iives here so'fs his life hereafter.  If he Is ejuarrelsome or warlike here,  so he wilf be in the moresplritual life,'  ir he,is serene-andrcontented here, so  he will 'be there, etc. ' ' ' ,        - _   '  The deluge,' as described by the few  who ..were miraculously saved,-was the'  ,more grandly terrible in that it came  ���on,suddenly.   From the highlands'occupied   by  tbe .Indians   they  saw  the  waves,of  the sea .sweep'In upon the  land, and recede, only to' advance, with  Immensely Increased  volume andCistu-.'  pendously  huge  breakers.,, Then there  came a terrific storm  that .seemed 'to  blow, from   all   arid  In ��� all  directions.  The  storm   caused   huge   waterspouts  which  appeared' over  the  wild  ocean  ns far as, the eye'could see.  The terrified people'fled to the mountains, but  these were all soon to be submerged,  with the exception of one.  This mountain .which'alone  remained uncovered,'  by   the   flood   is   called  'Avee-hellah  (Mountain "of,the Moon), yet today it is  not a* very high mountain.' .���. .A  For awhile before,tlie mountains became submerged/," there- was a , great  ,'ca!m,; and' a dense fog covered the  earth. f-Then suddenly a miglpy boat  appeared to the-a wed'view of the'In-  'dians; It approached and stopped at  '? the, several mountains still "uncovered  by the waters, and at each point whWe  ,It'touched, as,if guided by invisible intelligence, the Indians, as"'if' obeying  an' unspoken but potent .command, en-  teredythe boat ' y        " S  y ' ^   '  , .The'boat rested firspnt a place called  Avee-qua-Iul'(mountaiu peakp now Pilot Knob, on the border of ..Mexico.  There was a mesa on the top of this  mountain,   though at this day  it does  WHY THE B3G0K SINGS,  How  the   Nightingale   Lost   Its    Once  Brilliant Plumage.  Long, long ago, thousands of years'  before man came on the earth, the  nightingales wore the most splendid  plumage of any bird. As they were  also the sweetest singers, as now, you  may imagine that none was(..their superior in the bird world.  Of course the nightingales were very  proud. This was natural. One young  fellow, however, became so vain as to  be almost nn bearable, ,  "Who is so fine a singer as I? Who  has to handsome a dress as It" This  was the burden of bis song day after  day.  But the time came w,hen the young  nightingale warbled no more in the  moonlight. A fairy, tired of listening  to his boasting, came to him.    ���  "Idle braggart," said she,' "this  night will you cease your trilling.  Hereafter you will sing and sing, and  sing, but not the notes of the nightingale. And your relations will wear  , a less brilliant garb fferni this time."  " All at once the nightingale became  a little brook. .The brooks,' which  heretofore were silent, now, murmured softly and musically, but the vain  nightingale no longer burst into glorious ^nelody of song. ���>,  As  for  the   other   nightingales,   al  THE ironing of .black good-,  requires particular care and  particular starch ��� common starch gives a rusty  appearance to the fabric  and leaves it streaked  ' with white.  Celluloid Starch gives  glossy stiffness and preserves  the solid blackness. Use two  tablespoonfuls to a quart of cold  water and add a little boiling  water to clear it. For mourning goods, skirts, delicate laces,  etc., the results will  be excellent.  Write  for  a  Urge  FREE  lample.  Ask your grocer for ng  CeU\xW\4 S\;aT&\v  NeverSticks.   Reo;uires no Cooking  -Du, Erantfoiii Starch Work*. LmilLM, PrantfoM, CanidJ.  Tragedy of a  Name.  A  Mr. "Nosmo King wa�� questioned  about   the. oddity   of   his , Christian  name.      , ,  '"It was this 'way," he said. "My  mother made' a 'point of giving all 'A  tier children   unusual,'names.   .1  was      ���0 a ,   ���   . three monthd old before .she found one  though they continued' to sing 'as for me that ��he Jiked. One-, day, while  sweetly as ever, their plumage, be- out shopping, tlie saw on one-half of,  came  a  modest  reddisha brown  color I a. swinging  do'oi   the   word   Wosmo '  instead oi having its former radiant  hues.    So were they punished.  MEASURING A TREE.  the  Ingenious   Method   Pursued   by  .. ,i *    , i    -  ', a     ..  -  Maine Woodsmen.     ,    ',-  If   you    were   a    woodcutter    and  ' somebody ' told  you , to  cut   down   a  pine tree that would'give a'sixty foot  mast for a vessel, how would you go  about /selecting   a  tree?    You  could  not spare the time tormeasuie it'with  a tape line even if that method were'  , practicable.    Besides,  being a1, wood-'  .cutter you'should  be  able  to select  a tree of a certain height readily, not  by merely looking at it," for this  at  t best is' nothing but guesswork-."  ,- Now,    the v woodcutters   of    Maine  have a quick and simple way of taking the,measure, and it is" worth tell- ,  ing.,,- Assuming  that   a   mast   sixty I  "feet in  height ,is  wanted,'the cutts'r  selects' a  tree   that   he   thinks   will  'furnish it and then measures off'on  the ground of rom the trunk v sixty feet  .-.less.his own height.'   If he is" six feet  tall, therefore, he would measure off  on the ground, fifty-four feet.    At. this  point he puts upright in "the ground  a pole', exactly'his-own height.   Then  he lies'down on the ground with his  feet to the pole,' so that his_head is  ��� just sixty feet from"the tree. 7Lying  thus,, face   upward,y,oL   course,1 he  sights over the  top of the pole,' and  the point on the tree trunk on a line  with the? top of thp pole is pretty.suie  tb1(be sixty feet from the ground.   ,  own name.. ���  ''Nteino King,' she noted mentally, ,  not perceiving that the letters spelled ,  no .smoking,' .when  the   do'ois   were  cilosed; hence my lifelong alfhction."���"- '  i-iaiper's Weekly.        ' '     ������,  - " '    .-       'J'"  ' a1 I  'Through    indiscretion,      in   eating'  green fruit in summer many'children '  become  subject  to    cholera-  morbus  caused   by  irritating  acids   that,   act  violently on  the lining of  the intesT i  tines. , Pains and dangerous purgings ,  ensue and tne .delicate system of 'the    '  child   suffers   under   the   drain.     In, *  such 'cases the safest and surest medicine is Dr.- J." D. Kellogg's  Dysentery  Cordi'al.    lt will'check, the inflammation and save the child's life."  A-V'-V  ���   '. "r-;��  -  r     i J  !'";'''<A*|  ��� ���?/��� I  ��  , yit'4 if t.  '-'i '';-!'' t '!���  ^r/'r-w t i  ,i  "M  angina  ,   Mounted Fishermen. ���  , On the  Califcirnian  coast'' they fish"  on horseback.   Alter a big blow enormous  numbers   of   squid ��� are   sometimes seen'washing about among",the,  pounding1 breakers.    When 'such news  comes to -the_ town .every man or boy,  who'can beg or,borrow a-, horse goes  galloping ' down to', the beach, armed  with a six-foot bamboo, afthe end oi  which* is~ a strong steel -.'hook.1   They  'dash ^into the   surf,  and  driving the  sharp'steel into the .squirming jelly-  . like creatures  haul  them  ashore  one  by one,   and leave   them   lying high  and dry upon the beach, pumping ink  and    water,    and    with    their    long,  sucker-riinined    arms    coiling    about  '    "Did    you ' take   'a sober    second  thought about this?" '���  "Well, I took a second thought, all  nglitj but. I,, was, at the club, you  kio\v." Philadelphia Ledger.       A  Minard's Liniment Cur.es Garget  in   Cows.      , '  -. ' *��� 0  ��� "Jove!.   Ye>u acted  awf'lyi, well last *  night." '�����!_' ���      ,  "Indeed, the audience did not seem  to think ho. .They did not applaud a '  bir. when T'came off the stage."      '    '  "Oh, but l'm.&ure they weie awf'ly  ������leuaed'!1"���London Opinion,    t  "/Three packets of Wilson's Fly. Pads  cost twenty-five cents, and will kill  more flies At ban twenty-five ������ dollars'  worth of sticky paper.,   ''A        ,      ,   "      '*  -Stella���Staiteel your campaign?  A3ell--Tes.'   I've 'announced  that fie,  wpn't' accept   any  ring   costing .more-  than 510,000.���New, York Sun.  -V*:1#    Ul  '���   ,Pr, .' '^25-'l  7<.'���". I-1 , ��� -**iL  -^/)"AA-Wil  " i r*,  *m  '"' ' ' V  ,V'.j,Ar.-.  'U?-I "a*!"  .������vv.'.  s A'!i  ,    *��� I   -|   ,    I  ^Vfll  ' Young Roller���I think I'll spend  that money I ��� saved up;'I\ve been  thinking" oi, a triptto England.   . A;. A "  His l^Iother���But you weit* to'save  that for a.rainy* elay. '    *"     i  '        ���--   '  * Young> Roller���Well.   I'm-going   io   -.  London; ,1'U be sure to find a rainy '  day there.���Philadelphia Press. '    '  ..-Ay! * ,Y��1  ��T-i "    V-1, ri" "wsB  =���:,-   lvAi|  ���" �����,. s viOi  now,   William."���Chicago  Trijbiuie.  This is to, eerli'y ,that T have used  Minard's Liniment-in my family for  yeais, .anel0 consider it the best liniment on the market. I'have , also-j  founel it excellent for horse flesh.  Signed  1 W. S. PINEO.  "Woodlands" Middleton, N. S. '  <������  they   did   by   playing   sacred   games.  chanting sacred songs," etc.   On  rocks I fiesh is good for bait; the pen. a long.  SPECIAL,  TO    GRAIN    SHIPPERS.  It takes years to learn the best met*  ��� ,-,���        , m, -,-,,, i hods of handling grain.    We have had  A   COLOR   BEARER.-  i  Unshrinkable  U nder.wea r  can't ravel.  It is knitted  by    machines  that lock every  stitch.  Wc stand ready  'to give you a hew :  irment for any.Stahficld's  'neiervvear tnat ravels,  pt as we will replace any  ^anfield's Underwear ,  iat shrinks.  : Sizes from 22 to 70 inch  jest���in-- light,   medium  A Maori Name.  A seaside resort In the Ilawho's bay  district of New Zealand is' called by  the charming Maori name Tamatauka-  tnnglhangakoauau. Rut this is only  an abbre\ lation. The full name is Tamil tn u whakiitaiiglhangiiko.-iauaotaneniil-  raraiiglkltamitiiliu The translation Is,  "The hill on which Tanonuiarangl (the  husband of heaven) played his, flute to  Ids beloved."  MaritaJ  Persiflage.  *'I nin.-t confess." remarked < Mrs  Ci-iibbe. "I dou'jt believe there ever was  1 nully perfect man."  "Well." replied Mr. Crnbbe, "I suppose (hat's because Eve wasn't made  ���irsl."  "How do you mean?"  ������Well, if Eve li ul been made first  she would iitivc bossed the job of making Adnin."   -=A ' ��� , T5, ,��� A.  Swank'ers. '  A number of our contemporaries appear to be somewhat exercised as to  the precise meaning of the word  "���swank." .- Swa'nk, thoughj usually  called by other names. Is the leading  characteristic oif Englishmen. Frenchmen used to talk of "perfidious Albion." It was simply another way  of calling us swankcrs. To swank Is,  broadly, lo make tho thing that is not  seem as the thing that Is. ��� London  Globe.  Most pe< pto cease to celebrate  When ends the glorious FourtK  '    It ls not so, as 1 can vouch.  With James Augustus North.  I called on him one afternoon  When tnat great day had passed  And found the country's colors still  A-ilylng at the mast  His face���all I could see of It-  Was blazing, "burning red.  Contrasting bravely with the white( >  Of bandagr* round his head.  And when I asked  him how he .felt  He gave a loud "Boohoo!"  "Wliich provod to me that'Jantcs August*  '   Us felt extremely blue.  -Pauline    Frances    Camp    tn    Woman'*  Homo Companion.  -     Not.  "Shall we marry, darling, or shall we  knot?" was the short and witty line an  ardent lover dispatched to the idol of  his heart.  Gut, where the strangeness of tho  mntter comes In, thc girl replied: "1  shall not   You may do as you please."  .'���' ' Wenith a Burden..  '"DA you''find great, 'wealth a burden?" . ��� ���' -A .  , "Soriietlnws," answer.-d Mr. Cum-  rox. "There's never any telling when  mother and the '(-iris are going to invest .i,n, a touring ear or,a steam yacht  or a fe.teigii iioMeinaii or'some suc-ii  form of wnrrimei't aud responsibility."-  -Washington Star.  Moral  Lesson Lost.  "Gooel    for   Squillips!   I    hear   that  since he quit drinking he has got rich."  "It's too bad to spoil that story, but  ��� it's... the. other-.way.    Since be got rich  he has quit drinking."  tine., ",     ,������ A ' ���.    ���'������������'���/  -Much Easier. .;,  Candidate of, Ideals ��� .-Wouldn't you  rather bo right than president?   Prae?-  tieal Friend���Certainly!.   It is so much  easier to  be  right,  can. : ���  Spain's  Queen   at   Home.  Quite    tactfully   and   skillfully   the  young queen of Spain is playing liS  part.    Like  her  fnmous   royal   grandmother, she Is nn early riser, anel lier  English  breakfast of ham,  roast  beef  at the foot of this peak there are hiero--  glyphics in an unknown language,  which some of thc Indians believe were  made by those who survived the"flood.  retrified driftwood is still to be seen  two-thirds the'distance up the sides of  Avee>-heilah. which drift, the Indians  6ay, was deposited by the waves of the  great flood. ,,  The Indians, having rested for a time  on the mountain peak, again entered  the boat and were carried eastward,'"  eventually to n small valley. Here  they ngniu rested, nnd then, leaving  the boat, they wandered from one place  to'another, after a time returning-to  the valley. To their surprise, the boat  was gone. It could' uot have floated  away, for the land was dry whereon  thej had left it, tbe flood having subsided after a great calm of its waters.  The boat could uot have crumbleel to  pieces^ for there had uot been time for  its decay. They could only conclude  that the mysterious boat, having fulfilled its mission of preserving a few  of their race, had disappeared as miraculously as it had appeared.  The spot where the mysterious boat,  or ark, had rested was marked by the  Indians placing there a huge log. They  calleel the place Qual-jo-para (boat's  resting place). This spot is held sacred  by tbe Indians, who will seldom point  it out to strangers. Not many hundred  years ago, It is said, some Indian warriors were passing the spot, and one of  them to show his skepticism shot an  arrow into the side of the great log.  Immediately a stream of blood gushed  from the spot pierced, and the skeptic  fell deael.   The story of the event was  opal-tinted bone which extends from  the tip of the tail to the neck of the  animal, forms the cuttle-fish bone of  commerce, and the eyes, which when  dried look like large duil pearls, find  a ready sale among curio dealers.  .Fishing   In   Nigeria.  Natives   of  Nigeria  are remarkably  skilful anglers, and"their manner of  catching fish recommends itself alike  for" simplicity and success.   The fisherman grasps a   small   line weighted  at the other end with a small stone,  and   at  regular   distances   along   the  line he attaches  a  number of hooks,  made of animals*  bones in the form '  of a narrow V, while to the angle of  each V is fastened a short line, made  of sinews, and baited with a kind "of  snail; ^"the   fish   swallowing   the   bait  and the line, swallows also the hook,  which is so  acted  upon  by. the tension   of   the   line,   as   to   ex;pand   its'  two  prongs,  and  fasten  them  firmly  in the  throat.    The  victim  struggles-  and  whirls   about the   line,   thus   attracting its family and  neighbors, to  swallow  the ..same snare.  ltry, have a branch,  office at Fort William and close business connection at, all grain , centres.  Ship your grain through us for prompt  returns and gooel service.-. References,  Union Bank  of   Canada.  Manitoba Commission Co.,  Grain'   Exchange,   Winnipeg,    Man.  nnd poached eggs, nloue with the king, | carried to all the uear tribes, and since  ls one of the plcasantest functions of . tUon Indians passing the place fear to  the day. After his cigarette, with \ tven look leisurely at the log.  which Alfonso concludes even this ear- j A reason given by. the Indians as the  Iy meal, he must neeels repair to his [ probable cause of the flood was that  state elutles, nnd In the ordinary way    *"' " '���'��� -* *---"  d h  eavy winter weights,  Your dealer will jkely have  four size and weight. If  &��t. he'can'get. them for you.  DS LIMITED  134i  TRUE0, N.S.  The Devil's Advocate.  In connection with the Koinnn Cath>  olic* ceremony of canonization thero 13  im oflicinl. culled "the devil's advocate."  When  the church Is rciury to procecel  with the steps preliminary to the 'canonization, an able man is appointed to  nssiill   the   memory  of   the  enndidate  and to  bring against him all  posslblo  charges,   which   the   other   side   must  satisfactorily .dispose of.   This accuser  Is  known  ns   the   "devil's  advocate/'  \   anel not until he is sllencetl hy the dis-  j  proof of his charges, enn tho canonization be aecomplisbedA  .Honesty is the best policy, but.It is  A'sort of policy that has no sur-,  "iieler value.  they  do  not meet again  until  lunch  ��� time. A .  ", A   y ' '���' '������'  Victoria found the company at her  husband's dinner table somewhat mix-,  ed at first The exuberant young king  would sit anywhere nnd Invite, almost  there was a tribe of Iudians who, liko  Columbus, believed that the earth was.  hot fiat, but rounil, and to prove whether this," thebry ' were-��� true thousands  from the different tribes bunded together and started out on a'journey to finel  the edge of  the earth if it was  flat  any one.    But his bride soon changed j The//flood occurred  soon after the In-  the etiquette and abolished Indiscriminate gatherings, not forgetting, bow-  ever, that certain high functionaries  and prelates have/the right of access  to! the royal table.���Harper's Bazar.  Tourists Take Warning."  Thc'summer residents of Weymouth,  Mass., were greatly .amused by the  pranks of some young humorists who  were in tho -habit of changing letters  on signs so as to make them read in  new nud startling ways. The latest  escapade had to-elo with thc sign of an  estimable old man who advertised on a  big board that he would carry a trunk  to auy part of the, town for 25 exmts.  | Imagine the surprise of the Incoming  j tourists ns they saw for the first time  the bold sign, "Drunks Cnrriod to Any  Part of Weymouth���25c."���Lipplucott's |  jjiiirazlnei-  dlaris 'started oil this journey, so that  thoy really believed /that those, adventurers had' reached the edge of the  earth and/their weight had tipped the  earth to such an extent as to ca��**y iiie"  water to rush In on the i*>- y���Loa. * -  geles Times. ,'���  Ancient Craft Guilds.  The first notice of labor unions was  when Plutarch wrote of various craft  guilds as having existed in the Roman  and Greek dominions. Prom Rome  the ielea was passed on to the young  nations that followed, and in the  middle^ ages tlie guilds were to be  found everywhere. A guild was a  voluntary association of those living  near together who joineel for a common purpose, paying contributions,  feasting together temporarily, helping  one another in sickness and poverty  anel sometimes uniting for the pursuit of special objects. It was undoubtedly from these early associations that the idea of tho modern labor  orgamzations came.  ,' -y  ���*,i > *  A  A  ���?-  Some   of   Each.  "Someboely told him that he  mustn't elrink ice water during the  hot .weather,'.and ' som.eb.idy else told  him that he must let alcoholic beverages alone. You know how very ob-.  stinate he is." 'I  .A "Yes."   .;,-���..'    ���   .. . A   ...  "Well, he mixes the two."  7   SUTHERLAND   SISTERS'  Soalp   Cleaner  Is the only Dandruff Cure. ForSham-  ' pooing it has no equal.  At all Drugeists, 50c, or postpaid  on receipt of price from 7 Sutherland  Sisters, 179 King St., Toronto. Sample sent for 10c.  AN INFLAMED 'TENDON--  NEEDS COOLING.  ��������  - -*��� W.,tf'.-  ,A Close Beginning.  Miserly Bridegroom (as the carriage  woves off)���Hey,, there, save that rice!.  ���New York Life. A !  Normal Schools.  The first normal school of any consequence. If not the very first, was es-  '.ablished at.'Paris, Oct 30, 1794, op'en-  ���hI Jan. 20, 1703. Owing to the unsettled state of affairs at. the time, ,this  ichool was soon closed, but an'othex  was reopened' by Napoleon in 1S0S.  Vrorn . France the idea. of the normal  school sjyend fo. other countries,.  Her.vy  Roll.  Reggy Sapp���f can feel that I am"  surrounded, by thought waves from  my own head. ;  Miss Tabrlscn���Thought waves!  Gracious! Now. I 'know why you look  so pale���you are seasick.     .   ������'  He Realized at Last.  "So   glad   to   meet  you   again.   Miss  Green.   1 saw you last in"���  "1 beg your pardon."  "That must have beem before"���  "Excuse me, Mr. Brown."  "It   doesn't   seem   possible   that   so  many"��� ,    '  "Beally, Mr. Brown, you"���  And then the luckless Brown suddenly understood that the lady didn't J  care to. hear any further references to j  the flight of time mid changed the sub- j  ject���Town Topics. (  OifP:  Afc  ��� Wfe  oTtfli'  :|f||A  Win do it find restore th�� circulation,  assist nature to repair -trained, ruptured ligaments more successfully than  Firing. >'o bli*��t��r, no hair gont, and  you c.-in usa Uie horse. S2.00 par bottle,  dalivered.   Book 2-C Free.  A8S0RBINH. J��., for mankind; $1.00  tottle. Cures Strained Torn .Ligaments,  Varicose Veins, Varicocele, Hydrocele, " enlarged Glanda and Ulcere.   Allays pain quickly  W.T. TOUJIS, P.D FJ37 Monmouth St., Springfield, Hjsa,  LYMAN SONS & CO, Montreal. Canadian Afl-nlj.  , M10 furnUtifd by Martin Bel, >. IVy/i.-.. Co., Wlnntpw  th,' SationatDrug A Cherxloal Co.. Winnip,g anJ CaJg+r/b  aW H*nd,rtQn Bran. Co. Ltd.. Vanaouu��r.  Permancnfly Cured by  DR. KLINE'S CREAT  NERVE   RESTORER  ^ $2  TRIAL   BOTTLE    FREE   ,  Sent throuKh (.'nnaillan Akphoj.  Pfrmwne'nt Tni-*. not only twnporftrjr rtrliof. for  NKimuTS OlbUItliEHH. tulle;,.;, Sirt.m-, St. VltjiV  !>������(<, Hi-unity, t.ih*u*lt��u. Koumlail 1871  Dr.R.H.Kline,Ld."31 ir"Sl- ������'���''���""������iu  W.    N.    L��.    No.    703.  ��� .vry\ -   ii
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 29 1908.
T. EajOuVdouaiion towards the
Fernie t-uffeiers'etuis :ed chiefly
oi catalogues.
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There are 71 children attending
the Moyie school, Watch Moyie
grow.
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The wise ones aro of the opinion that tho general elections will
take plao i the first week in No-
vuiubei-, ,
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N,:>w comes ' the school „book3,
heavy clothes, wood and co-J -
im expense tnadf pissible by the
curtailment of the ice,bill,
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John.. Houston is'not dead politically by any means, lie may
decide to run for the Dominion
h iiise from , the Comox-Atlin dis-
trict.   He wiH,ruu"as an indepen-
de .t.k - <• ,    '
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Those wlio censurdd Premur
McBride for hi9 attitude 'towards
Fernie'spoke to hastily. Iu another column'it will be 'seen th. t
the PioVincinl" government will
'expend nearly $130,000 in rebuilding that city,'' fr   '
Cnres ^r-jncan?: Y-'ea. Tiesses.
V7o refer to „h;*tboc it<,M lie, nervous,
su rerir.-,' wccacn l:nc ra as Dr. Pierce's
Fi .'onto Prescription.   ,
Or John tfyfe one of the E< :iorial Stall
of Tuk Ecuscric Mbd:ca.l I hview says
of Unicorn root (HeUraias i> oicti) which
is >ne of the chief .ngrsdksnti of the "Favorite Prescription ":
"A remedy which Invariably f cts as a nter-
lnoinvicoratoi * * * makes for normal ac;
Sflty of the «»""> rcyn>ductlvo t-y^tem.'
Ho SnUnuBS-lu Helooias we h&ve amedlca-
rnO-nt which more fully ai>il»ers tho above
SmS^Ted. In Ihe treatment of disease*, po-
Star to women it la seldom that a.case fa
TOCo^bJch 4o>"=. not present kkm lndicadon
•toAtSS wSSlIal ajr^t." »r. Pyto further
savs^"Thc ftjhowijj^aro among- il>o .leading
Indirations forUclonlis eUnicom root). Pain
or acbinif In Die back, with .lcucorrticea :
Sto"c<"eakle^ditkrfftor the reprodocUve
orsans of Xonvun. mCnt3l depression and Irritability, eksocfited witi>chronic diseases oj
the reproddcUve organs of women: constant
sensation efrhe&tTn the reeion of Uie kltlr
ne«' menXrrbMiidloexlineT. due to a weakened con/lUon of/tbe reproducUve system:
S^n^rti^w^ressed ur absent monthly -
MrlodX/SKiirpTrom or accojnpanj ine an
ibno3Sa conditlou of tha dieestivo piwans
SSd Salmlc (thin blood 11 Tiabit: drae«rtng
•ensfilons lo tbe extreme lower part of the
bdkSoen." , f
If mnmor less'of tho abovo symptoms
arirnTCSern.. nor lnviifltl v, ompn ,fi" ■■ fiQ,
Eefter than' nTeTTlrri^rce^aviW
•FrPsTYiljtiobAcriu ul CITinCTgmp ingredl-
chtsoi wrncii is Unicorn root, or Heloni^s,
and tho medical properties of wWoh iw
most faithfully represents.
Of Ooldon "--■ * '
Ingredient
Prof. Finle^ ^...^« »---. —
pott MedicaJ College, Chicago, says
«It is an Important remedy In disorders pi
tho womb.   In all catarrhal condition;-.  •
and general enfecblcnient, li. is. nsefnL"
VM. John M. Scudicr, M D-, lata of
Cincinnati, says of Golden Scai root:
"In relation to Its ecneral ctfocLs on Uio
system, there U no medicine \n \ac aboul icnteh
th«r« is rnicA penerol unanimity pf opinion.   It
Is tmioer-aHv retrartjed as Oic tonic viscful.ln '
all debilitated states.''    _, „      , _ _
Prof. K. Bartholow, M. D., of Jefferson
Medical College, says of Golden Seal:
"Valuable in uterine hemorrhage, monqr-
rtiaffla ((toodlne) and conecstlvo dyemene)r-
rhcea (painful menstruation)."        < '
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription faithfully represents all tho above named Ingredients and cures tho diseases for which
ibey aro recommeneieel. ,
Fishing Tackle
RODS, REELS, FLIES,
BAITS, LINES, HOOKS
LEADER BOXES AND
TROOLS.    '     ,   "    ,
Greenlieart J-ods from $3 to $13;
»plit bamboo from $1 00 to $5.75;
Lance wood rods from $2, to $5
Trunk rods fi om H to $4.50.
MOYIE DRUG -AND
STATIONERY ' STORE.
I  0. O. F.
Wlldey Lodee Vo. 4*.
Meets Tuesday eveninps in McGrepor
IihII   on   Victoria  street.    Bojourning
Odd Fellows cordiallv invited.
Henry Sait-      ,       F- J- Smyth.
Noble'Grand. Seer y.
bt. Kui-vne to<lK« N'»- 37'
K.  Of P.
McHFfvt-ry Thursday
{■veniug    in    AlcGre^or
iall at S; e,'clock.   Visiting brotbers invited,
a. ?   LlVBSLEY,   ' JS- A. UlIX
Ghancellor Com.   ' K.B.andS,
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,    Crest'on's  new paper, the    Re
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view, has a gocd healthy appear-
. ance, Tbe people of Creston are
Always enterprising,- and th y
have displayed good judgement in
getting the assistance of a breezy
newspapor    to    make ' their    re-.    _.,  . -
t , ! ol Mo\ie,B.,C, occupation Mlnfe Buperintoud
' BOUrcea    known   , to   the     QUtSlde   enti intends to   apply for permission ,to    pur-
*W01*ldr '     '     ' ' ohase the JollowinR described lands."
IJ.-THE   COUNTY  CO0RT   OF KA-ST, KOOTENAY HOLDEN AT FERNIE W PftOBATJt.
■NOITi'.E   IS ,HEREBY   GIVES on  the ..'^th
day "of   Jnlv, 190S, it wai   ordered  bv    Peter
Edinoiid, WiNon,   Esquire, Judge  of  the faid
Court, that James Furjfuson.Armhtrong, Oificial    -
ldniini«rrntorlii «nd 7or thnt iiortion-o.'it.'se,) ,
County of A'ooiciini'    incliidtd   iu   the   Or«u  /  '
brook   Eiccloral , Dulrift.     be > administrator
of nil and. singular the estate of   THtrick O'
Bricn Iate'of Mujio, B.C,   .leccascd Iuteitate
E\cry creditor or other por«<W   having-' an>
cliiim upou or  iutercst in the  distribution of
the crate of the "Bid dcceaicd, ts  required to
send before the 15th dav   pf  August  next, br
registered letter addressed to  the n'ndersjsned,
his name and address, aqd the full particqlar-
of his claim or iniuruM. and a  statement of hi1-
n^rn,ii|t mvl the uulme of the security (iftfauy)
held by him. > ,    ,»
After the said last mentioned date, Ihe,
A .miuislr tor wll'pro eed ivitli the dislrlbu
lion of the -"-tnte ha\iiiR regard to tl*ose
claims only of iy iich he shall Iihvl had notice,
UA'I Ell at Craubrook, B. C. this "iiJth day of
July.liWS. ' " ' ,    ,
JAME3 FERGUSON' AR\rSTRO.VG.
Official Administrator'
CRANBROOK LAND  DISTRICT, DISTRICT
OFEASTKOOTEN'AY.    _.       ',    ' ,jl
TAKE notice thRt Selwyn Gsrillym Blaylock
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St.   Joseph's   Convent.
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' hoarding and D*iy School conducted by the Sisters of Su Joseph, Nelson
B.' 0.'' Commercial and business
oourees a specialty. Excellence and
iwift nrogreiiB icharacterize ,eacb -do
partment. 1'arenta, should write for
particulars. One month assures the
«>iib!ie of the thoroughness of' the
Sisters' methods of teaching.. Terms
inmmCnce Junuary, Aprilo and,-Sept
Pupil? are admitted durius ferm-   ,
Moyie   .Miners'   Union
No'. 71  Wi F. of M.
Meets in McGregor.liall every  Satnr-
day'evcninK.      Sojourning   members
ire cordially-inviied to attend.
U. J. Jolter    ' Thos. E. Kelly,
..Prebident/ -    Secretary
Rarvey.V'McCarter  &
' Macdonald.
..Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.
Cranbr,ooli,,   -   -  ..B. 0.
W. P.'GUBD.
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Barrister,'Soilcifor.'Tfotarj^Pablie, Etc
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ThieOe , J .rhnd ' Creamery
Butter 3 pounds for §1.00,, t
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Golden ^ West Ceamerv
and ,, Thistle' -Brand 'Dairy
Butter 25 cents per poun'd".   ',
P. BURNS &oC0
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X. T.'McVJttlC. O.E., P'L S. H. Tf.?.r£!r;  C
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Gaylord Wilshire, 'the "millionaire" Sjcia'iat, is being  grilled foaJ
■wildcatting   soma   of   bis   "com-
lades."    Wilshire   sold   stock in
his Bishop Creek property at from
$1 to $-1 a share.   It is now selling
nt 50 cents, and in the  opinion of
many it'is  not worth   aiythiug.
He  h-**3   fl 'ee-ad th^3e    oooirades
out of $800,000.   Tu'ib ia probably
Wilshire's idea oE Socialism.   (
The new k tma law seem3 somewhat confusing. '"ItTt'ates plainly
that it is Illegal fto sliooh.  hunt or
h ve in possession Willow grouse
in the counties  of Yale,     ariboo
and      Kootenaj--.   between     the
31st day of August and the   30th
day of September,   Grouse  of all
kinda in tho oounties   of Vancouver   and    Westminster   between
the    same dvtes.   Firoin   this    it
would appear that  iu the  Yale,
Cariboo  and  Kiotenay   districts
the   season will be    open    next
Monday for  all grouse with  the
exception     of    "Willow     grouse.
Probably it will require  the   services  of   a  naturalist   to   distinguish the Willow grouse from the
ordinary grouse,
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A    MOK.ll..
J onco knew a dear little motlior
With a beautiful blue ojed bov.
BlieconitHudy batbcl nnd brushed hini,
A.ud uliuu he had tired of toy
bhe would tuku it and sc.iltl it and scrape It
And lav iinuuv in tlie sun;
And that is the uav the took care of
Uisj'luy things, (--.cry one.
J'eut up in his own litle j.lajhoiiFO
The baby grew peaked and pale,
Aud there were the neighbors children
All dirtyand happy and halo.
If the baby went out for an airing-
The nurse wan to understand    '
That none of the neighbors' cbildre
Was ever to touch his baud.
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Put they did, and tbe injured mother.;/
Brought the dear baljv inside!
And shut Min up In his playhouse.
Where the little oiie fretted and died.
Then the torn heart turned to the Virgin
And thl*< was the weiKht of her prayer)
I'Oh. Molhfu dear, dou't let him play, with
■J'jfe Other angels up there."
chase thc following described lands.
*r^^^i^Sr™^t«Sl McVITTIE & PARKER
uerM Lot 1019, thence North one hundred aud
fourchaiuB, thence ea.st about twenty chains
to the    Biiti-.li   Columbia    Southern  Railway
Right of way, thence southerly   njoug   said
right   of  uay,.to  its    intersection   with   the
North boundary  of Lot 4049, Group  1   thence
\\ etterly alouar the said North b mndary to the
Northwcit corner of.> fcaid Lot 4010; tbonre
Southerly alonff'tbu-Wcsti rn boundary of'said
Lot404*1 to the south west corjer of said Lot
4049, theucc easterly along the southern boundary of said Lot 401*1 to the intersection of the
tald Railway Right of Way. thence southerly
aloug said right of way to the point of commencement. ' - c
DATED July 24,1908
SELWYS GWILLYM BLAYLOCJC.
Provincial Laxd Survevixg
ItAItWAY   &   MISISG   ENOIXEBKISG
r >~
Estimates Furnished. jJHH
JOFFICES   @S
DR..F. B. MILES, „    '
... . , t A        *>' ,.  "
Cranbrook,  '      ,. B, C.
aeorge;,H Thompso'h/.
,   Barristkr, Solicitor
'. tary Toblic, <fec. ' 'y,
CRANBROOK,     /British Colombia
w.'r:-beatty -;"-,■„ ;\,
'      "        , ,     ,."*,    ' .      'A   "        -'
e     'Embalmer.and Undertaker,';    .
!> '.- , v     '        <-'
Phone 9.   r1'■'—"  , - 'CRlKBROok
3aauUEBJ^
Port Steele 'P. 6. Box 23.
Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend sixty days after
date to mply to.the Hon the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria, to
purohaie the following described lands:
Comm^ncn g at tho southwest comer post
of Blo-k 2302, Group 1, East Kooteuay District, thence north 20 chains; thence west 20
chains: thenoc south 20 chains; thence east 20
chains to point of commencement, coutumiug
40 acres more or less, '
H. J. WHITE,'
Hoyie, August 13th, 1903.
BUY YOUR
r£3„
aocos.
INTERNATIONAL ;
HOTEL.
I . L
This hotel is  now under new
management, and is first class
in evea»y respect. -,
B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.
Victoria Street. MOYIE
Shoe Repairing
Mining  Shoes
Made to Order
B.A, SMITHSI
A .SllOKMAlvKli,
ilOIYE,
.    BTO-' AT THE
COSMOPOLITAN
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HJEAl)   OITICE. TORONTO
B, E. WALKER, President,
£STADUS1II.I>  1807
Paid-up Capital, $16,000,000
AXEX. LA1EP, General Manag"     f.  .    Reserve Fund,   -    5,000,000
_, «    .,■>■■—■——        ,'
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England
SAVINGS BAl^K DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1 and upwards'are received and interest allowed at current
rates." Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more      '' |
persons, withdrawals to be,made/by any one of the o
'   number or by thc survivor, y ,      y4
CRANBROOK BRftHCH.
P-T. BRYMNER
Cosnld
A -    . "WHEN IJNT"   ■
<    '      <;,    CRANBROOK
K. it; SMALL, ainuacer. ',
,   ll t i . T, ^ Jr.
Good rooms, good  tables and bar
and   tirst class sample roonia.   ' ■'
Wm." Jewell.
,    y        '; 1"    '   '
" ['Express and Gener-.
al a Delivery, Biisi-
-iiess. ; Bivery   and'1;
Feed,Stable.
WOOD   AND:   COAL
' . '  i   -For-'Sale -',, .">' ,
HARRY DIMDCK, i Proprietor.
,■" *  *.   r *    ' ■■     r'
Nearest Hotel toytlie St. Eugene mine
* .   ?   **   o*' l    *        r    " L ^
'    /, fleaidquarters   for, "Miners.
BAR 'SUPPLIED WITU'B^STBILANpS OF LIQUOKB ANDCIG^^I
\"■':■,   \,   Rates $1.00 a ^day and up. '
'.     4     .    «' *i &^iL ' ^^, 77 fi
', .  Leave Orders at
,      A 't   * '- ~i *.
Cwynne s Slpr*,
Moyie, c
British" Columbia
k ■:   1'- s\'*' <■ -
«.     _i _|_-_»_   Colic Cholera anil
Charpberlain S  Diarrhoea Kemedy.
tfcv«r/ails.   Buyitiiow.   HfHfty.ssveiile*
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cures Colds, Croui> and Whooping CougU,
j., .     _1_»^»„  Colic Cholera and
Chamberlain S  Diarrhoea Remedy.
fc's-ver fail*. 9»y *■ »ow-   ll m»y 8avc life-
CARPENTER WORK.
!A11 parties debirous of havinp;
any carpenter woilc done cannot
do better- than communicate with
Wm, Bridges or Wm, Meredith,
Aldridge. Prices reasonable.
Work first class. Orders may be
left at Fitch's stove.
-   - , '    phom: r-
i B. Stewart   & Co,
LiNOLlSUxM
OAKPETS
Geo. R. Leask & Co.
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Our Work is our Advertisement
Heap   Officii ;
CIS. Aff BROOK
Ji. C.
See
V. S/Liddicoatt,  Moyie, B, C.
50  YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
TPAPE Marks
Designs
.... COf»YKIGHTS &C.
Anyone sending a nkoCcb and descripttoB mat
tralcklr aacortaln our opinion free whether an
In»ontlon Is probably patentable. Communications otriotly oonUdentlal. Handbook on I'tttonU
«ent free. Oldest ngeiioy for Recurlnewatenta.
I'atanU taken tbropKh Mann & C9, J6»9{»C
retclatnotUe. without charge, lnthe .
Scientific flmericam
A handsomely lllnstrated woetclj-.   I.Brse»t clr-
rr-,Touor^s^r»r^°d^ii,ir»^
MUNN ^Co^'^-^Netf Yori
When furnishing your
home or hotel don't forgot we can furnish you
promptly and complete.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN
PROMPT  ATTENTION
Standard Furniture
SEND', Y0UB7WOKX,1 ..T.O/ THE
KOOTENAY
■STEABf <       ,-
LAUNDRY.     '
•     KELSON   _     ,
All White:Labor.
'*      ^-^-.^
Leave work with the local  Bfrent
" A, B.  STEWART.
O   F. DE'SAULNIEB; '
DEALEE IN"
■• •■i
"by
■" % /LargerassVlmenV'of 'GC'-aAR,TS'anaBABYJ^
>■ u * VaCARRIAGES^;;,^riceS' frqnx^l'5:^I'-'', '    ' "k
GranbrbdkA AGoiOperati^eoy ;7 Stores
"'A,c-
,- - *    _  '■ -«*   «*,,      i% V''w"- ,r,",    ■  •'*Ji?*^. „.-  (
brotikr; AGoiPperatj^AA
v.* Tr. ^:..^v.- J. s-ALT&IIT'E'D.;(Jy^- 411^..- \
'"'-,. "'1 '-0'7" '1r,'y,_'-"',   ' "V' "*i,r i'\i
'     ,  ,,yj\    .*f"-t*J   "^      ?ir    j, >->_.. ">..-*    .i^-\ft;r
1 ,      "'   I   ,'..'*' \        ■       '.*•■'■., 1 ,    ,
'     r      I ,^"<", '      '      "      s **    ^ *     '       I     1'        1     li **  - ' <l
$       r 11 Bf1 /\ 't7*y t1^ '-> ••'''      tt /\ m r1! f '
l">   ■-   J!" ?• fVjobjvswj* ' -"    •/,
1 TEis Hotel is New and well Furnished, The
I Tables are Supplied with the Best the
* 'Market affords: The' Bar is Filled with
, the Best Brands of Liquors* and Cigars,
HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL
•    AND MINING MEK |
■i,       _ _ _ _ - — BRITISH COLCMBll ji
Iceec erases •6€€ee«e«€6€6e»»8>9««€eaaaa s^asas^eeecffl
Oi     MOTTE-.
fi
Company
NELSON, -   -   -
B. C,
AG NTS
Mason & Kit-ch X'iano Co,
Ostermoor Mattress. '!■...
Globe-Wernick Office Furniture,
PROMPT DELIVERY.
QiUeens' A-7e.      MOYIE
■THE-
J
DKSAUI-NlElt     BB03,    l'op«.
Lar^e sample room in connection,
with house for commeroiftl men. Be
of accommodations.
yiiea-dfiuartcra.  ior   Com-      !
nierciitl and MiniiigMcn.
QUEENS  AVBS1IK, MOVIE,  B. 0
GENTLEMEN—
If you want a  stylish,   up
to date tailor made suit, call
and inspect our spring goods
before ordering elsewhere.
We guaratee   all
Our Work,
Cleaning,      repairing and
pressing done.
Prices Right.
C. A. FOOTE
Merchant Tailor,
MOYIE, B. C
Thinking-' of Spring
Fainting, Etc?
■■ y    .  "■        . ■ j: .. .     '■..'.■   .■■■,
THEN . REMEMBER
B. H. SHORT,
;,.     CRANBROOK, R, ,Q      '
Rox   33,
Will send competent
man to paint, kalso-
mine or paper your
home,
CANADaAM
«\1
Summer    Excursion
Rates Esat, $60,00
From Moyie to Winnipeg, Du-
luth, Port William, Si, Paul,
Sioux Oity.
Chicago' $73.50
St ^ouis 67 50
New York 108.50
Toronto   01.40
Montreal 105.00
Ottawa 105 00
St. John, N. B,    120.00
Halifax  131.20
Sidney, C. B,.:.....,..;..,'.. 130.90
Tipk'ets, on sale May 4 aud 18,
Juhelo, 0, 19 and 29: July' 0, 7, 22
and S3; August 0, 7, 21 and .22,
1908. First class, round trip,
NINETY DAY LlMIji1.
Routes—Tickets good via any
recognized routes in one or'both
directions, To destinations east
of Chicago are good via the Great
Lakes.
For further information  rates,
sleeping ear.reservation .apply
C, ,i!S. i\IcnilSRHON,G.'l.\ A,
' Winnipeg, M.an..
J. MOE, D. I'. A.
Nelson, li. 0,
ie Beer
^r^igfcfct^^ *.
Ad. inula by the present brewed is   admilU-(Hv, ll'e
ReBl, Beer in East Kooienay. Willi Ihe Best Mult anil
ho 1'ur.est Spring Wuler it is unexcelled for tjiialiiy-
-Insist on having Moyie Beer.
Bottled and Draft Beer.
II SH
CHAS. INDERWIES, Mgr,
MOYIE. »-C
Property for Sale
."■ ■' ■■'',' o- y . |«
IN ALL EARTS OF TOWN h
F. J.  SMYT
Insurance, Real Estate, Collections-
tyMMMA

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