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Array ���J^^ Weddiiig I^n  VOL. 9, NO 34.  <.  yy:--.  s* ---. ���.-"^v*-A>v  v^0>;a%?%a*;j  Our    U a  repairing w  tiior oughly  an-1  P'Lv  prom  done.  nt trjie.drugstore  is our rgeut.  W. If. WILSON, Cranbrook.  MOYIE,-13.C.,  DECEMBER I. 1900.  Real Comfort  '     astobq liad'.^y^vearing Penman8**  un  .shrinkable .underwear, Comfort hose,  ���" jPjit shoes, with Granby Rubber overs���these  ', togellier with a suit of our Tailored' Cloth-  , jug    concealed beneath' a  nice*   Be,aver  or  Milton' cloth-overcoat, you can   then   meet  Jack  JiYosL at  any  time and be agi'eealjjlu. '  $2 A  YEAR  STRIKERS  ������ " -       -j-      r�� ,  WINPOINTS  GENERAL   NEWS   NOTES.  Wages  Increased at  .Greenwood,  SupjCriptioEp aro pourjog'fn fur the  new ambulance iu Craubrook.  The C. P. R. have placed a rush  order in England ,!'or ten  passenger   lo  comotives.  McGill .university of Montreal is  aaking for a million dollars to add to  the eudowinent.,  ��� '    '  H E FJELL TO  ' HIS DEATH  rffiszgsEssBcg-rearya^^  Geo.  MifiADf.ffoirae  Mayor Busconjbe of Vancouver 'has  gone tp Ottawa, lo protest against" the  Hindu invasion.  r-ymethe Dr'q'ps  130'feet  '���ksi-r-r^- -7., ^  A*'  i��ss;>^  ��?;  Agreement to ' Last . Two  Years Dating From Jan-  uarvlst: 1907.   ,'   '  ��� *    '  i  K33 Sfas  ,  Tlie' Creenivood   strike, is" settled.  T^ic-minosof tke;B/C.  Copper company   are    a.Jiiin., 'woiklni*   aud- the  ^'{smelter will bo blowi in ai ��,don as the  tffi   furnacestaro   ciean-d  op.   The,.'men  m^Jclaim thr-y, have "wftfi u"e'ai:ly;"'all~JIie'  There were twenty holdups ia Montreal  duriuffl'''ihe, 'past   month.'   One  victim died i.f'his injuries. ,  ,  "'   .*  Coal cannot be bought for $10 per  *'?a , arSeatile, Tacoma or town's vvilL-  m"'a radius of a hundred miles.  ffiS BLED INSTANTLY  ' i '  Funeral Took Place  Wednesday and was Largely  Attend ed--  J.  ���INDESPE1VSABL13  .��>n  / ,--  Wl-A < *  \*y:teXyyyrq,%m ,.      ,  T^Aw'^V^S'.i are t'ljji'^3 wo can'  along without.  tget  M'*  1  It i-i said, that  Lake  Eiio   produces  more fidh to the square mile than   any'  OF      UNDERWEAR  AND HQS ERY.  say 'our.-/' because wlicli   tlie    ladies   bqq   the  excellence of ilie gtmncnts   we'-'offer  and   find, out  how cheap ihuy are. llioy'lj 'just ��� simply   have' to!  It's the    best ' and   choicest   lot   and  "Wo  have tliuin.  there is more stylo in it   than  any former  Wt you  ever saw.  ������Rear^Estate^^'"Mirtihgr Stocks  :^\y*>  "lO^iA    "V7,'\>-   "    ��� ,��"*V" ���-'���-  f  >a v ���; ', yFire-rIiife:-Accident,    iBy%    ,<  ealiB-i&^EIweH  .CftA^'BpOOE:.  MOYIE;-'B;  points in the dispute,   Tlie agreement  rerched is to last two ye'ard.     ,    ,~  >���   The princixul.gutns are:"  Common lofcor .rained from $2,70 ' to  i��3'l)0.   "    '���'^i   "���'y    V    '        'A,,,  Loaders, .r3jopto ^0.15:.  -..  -Loaders'helpers, .*f2.70 to 300.       "  Motormcii  oa  feed . il-jor, !f3.00  to  ?3.13.   r ' --r'   - A      ���  , Motormoii (cc slag ' pots, .f3.Q.O to'  a'.'o.-;' ��� ��� ���  'V     ��� ,      .   ' ,  *  'Qra.no mei'i^$3.25 to $3 50.' ' .' "  'Blackemitha.' helpersy$3.00 to $3 ��0.  . Furoacemen's helpers, $3 0Q io -$3'25.  The raisiug'of common labor,to $31)0 j wiib'in two years'anil is goin  er    day  estabiises ��� Greenwood 'as, a . lba.L price.",;    '���'���  !j3.00'pamp, tom'cthiiig   the union has']  iorig'been striving for  Miters''" Union ��� Dance.  0 W   'Sec our-window display o( 0LD'.VIRGIN1A^dTSHE�� tl\��  -/ J"';': �� "��� tr'--' 'r"''v!': J'vl  -".-,?'.', '���   -v -", .v", -,"'' .". .<���  ;^j  z^j^ssssE^ssasss^^s^ss^ssssssii & -  J3 ' MOYIE'S  .LEADING    HOTEL.  '    ��� ft  Hotel Kootenay  j  TJie best of accommodations     ,  ���'' ^  for the Traveling  Public'   .  ���   |  Large,aud'Commodious Sample Koopis. Billiard Bootps. ,   ^  McMAHON  BROS, Proprietors. |  ^   The Moyie Miners',rUnion  will celebrate   their  '.seventh 'anniversary .by  giving a graud ball, "as: is   their   usui I  custom.,   Tliis, year's'.dance' will , be  given, oh the evening...oE L\Ve'dne��Iay,  DecemberT12th, anri^'jlf- beheld',i'u'  McGregor -  hall.   "'"Canvas'  will    be,  stretcned over,' the   linoleum," _whichr  wiirmake.an excellent' dancing 'floon  The music will consist of violin, piano  and'cornet.   Supper, will, b'e^served 'at  the Hotel   Kootenay. w The   arrangement of the dance is in the   bauds   of  tho,     icllo\ving ' committee  Lowes. B. O. Patterson", , Geo.   Whitehead, K. J). S.tinson and James   Bobr  erls.  ( The price of tickets, including supper, is ^2.    Tickets may be had ax. the  drug store, from any of the committee  or at Beattie  & Atchison's  in  Cranbrook.  Other body of water ia the world.  It is stated ia''lfcj-ojjto that ijJToO.OyO  worth of Cobalt ��� prbpertle-j liivo  changed  li/nds .within   the' past 'few  ,Iiih-  ',!,'. ':-. o     "���     'y7. ���  The Old timers o/,Nelson are talking  of 'orgduiziiig, a pioneer'society with  15 years residence in the Kootouays as  a'qualificatiou^1 - "     ' f  '^jcavations for the foundations Jor'  ,thoi hranch of the kelson Iron   Works,  to be built at Apacpnda,  near'. Greenwood, are about complele.'    '.        ���    ���  "��� Qeorgei"W.Kobertf,7 director' of the  .fJni't.ed States,, mint, Sttyslo''tiilver is  goinVto^reach a pxzee of 7G ,or , better  to  hold  .... ,      'jv   s  ,. Tne Spokane Tute'raational has "purchased 20 acies-of land* just east of th'a  Spokane city'hmjts to be uaed f jr g.iios  GLOrge Smelhc, a^-ed 2S and a native of the district tsf Moloskowitsa,  Ilussia, lelfa distance pf.lCO'fpct down  ihe 'Like Shore. shaft at life St.  Eugene nniio Use Monday tvening at  .about 9 b'cioel; and it-Vis killed instant-  i " i ti  Iy.    Smethe ivns en'gn'gi.d in   dumping  care at the top���nf the   shaft  'us   tliey  >veru hoiyced fron} .Lte'lo.ver   levels.  Afldr removiiij! one car from" the   cage  he neglecitd lopvi in tile 's.ifety  'bar,  and when he relumed with tho''empty  car he ran it into the open y shaft   ii.i;U  tumbled iu with it,    li'is, body and  th��  car were found at the, bottom   of   the  'first level.    Ooe log was   broken "and  his back and bead.w^ro. badly'injured.1!  Coroner MofJjtt of.. Cranbrook   didj  not dt<em an ia^ieet necessary, ' as   it  ijms 'apparent ihe man met  his   death  ihrongh his b\vu*careles?nes.=;   '  The'fuoeral 'iv.is  h-.-ld (WeJnc3Jay  evening and nearly. I5G   members   of  the Moyie'   Uuiou   turned   out-.  The  for the'ere'etion of .'storage yarJs, shops j asr.vici-' "'���*���*   conducted   by   the   Kjv.  and .rpundhuiUes.';      -   "'      -/ J,SIr'- Sowerbutls.A A   beau'liful   wreath  F-ls nmde and presented��y Mrs. John  ejiEeiiern  ���A.VD-r  uaeaonaid  piSaai^SSU��A^ia^^affiida&S^^  . LOCAL  NEWS.  7 There is' a greU;deal of sickness'and  riiauy dsatu*? mJTooapah this winter.  The cold'weather'has ,cougiit mauy  wi.thout proper sheltyr andpueuiuouia-  is quite prevalent'.,? ". .". ,\ 7  ". 'v  'AirsuperintenJrthts oTthe Ci' Pr It',  have been'instructed to .give preferr  enceto shipments oV cod ffor ponies-,  tic purposes ^oyer ' all' freight .-except  perishable and'live stock:     ����� *  f?orGslia.r  The   deceased  had- lived,  __ Jack Iljggartj  is up*''froih   K"ings-  JilK' ' , '  B.    Campbell    has  his  ;Chri3!niai-  goods on displ.tj'.    7 7  There is a cual and wood 'famine  in  Moyie,  ,  Tomorrow ig   the   regular   meeiing,  date for the I. \Y. V/. ';, '   ,,       y  V.pew.ulnu'rwiisin   Cwnbreok   oa  biicine^s hiul ^lou'day,  The Eugles will meet   iii   MoGiegor  hall nest Monday evening.  i>   (, i  ' Walter Laing,   the barber,   yv is   up  from Cranbrook'Wednesday,v   ��*   ���     ,"'  7-G. T '  Nkw' 'Yor.K.���Bar  Leid, :Ji5.15.  METAL , MARKET.  silver, GOV   cents  Lomjon���Lead','X 10 jsu  Doirigs at Oreston,  ./'Creston is the beit town for its siza  in the K joion'iyg" and one of tbe  moss"  prouperous towns'I visit," i, the' way, /a,,''  commercial traveler put   it' Un 'other,  day.     , ,��       ' '  Too town has four ' sawmill . withi.-i  a radius of that'ni 1113 mhos besides thd  Seattle is already preparing for her  Herb | big exposition ih 1909. The exposition  site comprises, 255 ' acres and the  grounds border for more than a mile  and'a half on Like Union and Like  Wash ingtop.  country'for three years M.ud=jns=AIoyjs?  for-about ^ix.wecks. lfe wasa'hiem-  ht>r of Lite Moyie Miners-- Union and  wasjn'good stumcling.        "    s   - ,        -  numerous  logging caurps 'which' get  ,, ��� , their supplies  at'  Crouton.  'Tne gen���  in'  this    -^- V   McGregor   and- Sum   Potter (era!stores of Faaa & '  ~Lw.e     ���    -      ���        -  -The''ForlfSteele .Firi  ^ertt-iiLCranbrook ThuisiLjy.  Orchard Case Continued.  .^6  L/��   ,    D��       \Jn  We have secured these corseis for  Moyie, and would liko A0 have tho  ladirs', opinion of them. We have  them in styles and sizes to fit nil  figures at prices ranging from 7Ccts tp  $2.50.  Let us show them to you.  ^3  ^  Harry Qrchaid, the man who killed  former Governar Steunonberg and v/ho  t.urned ptate's evidence, was taken  from Boise, Idaho, to Caldwell Wednesday to appear iu court. By consent of'both.sides the case; was posi-  ponded until the next term of court.  The prisoner was taken down by  Warden Whitney upd two guards accompanied by two detectives, all heavily, armed.     This   was   a  precaution  j against violence to tbe prisoner.  Orchard looked perfectly   ivell.    Ito  1 is a little heavier than iv'ien  ho  went  behind the  prison  ruddy and he is 11 pic  Iron njolders of Portland wotiij have  alTprison made stoVes turned out by  the Oregon state stove foundry at  Salem stamped with the inform Uioa  that the stoves are -.prison * made and  have been manufactured by convict  labor.  "Hotfooting" is one of the means 01  passtime iu Wallace, Idaho.' Wuile a  drunk is asleep in a saloon his shoes  are taken off and a match applied to  his sox. Both' victims of the latest "h.u  foot" ouUage are still under doctors  care, although .the burning happened  two weeks ago. The men may be injured for life.  A big efl'urt is being made 'to raise  the bodies from the .sunken ' steamer  Dix near Seattle.   Aside from the rea-  Thi greater portion'oi.,.the 'town  of  L\otl Steele was wiped out by, lire  hist  Cues Jay. Carliu fc Durick's and Tauu  hausei's stores escupud.    LAp. Miller's  storey Henry     ICersbawV  store,   the  postotHoe, tbeM into   Carlo restuirahl  aaditheStrathcona hotel are the principal buildings destroyed.    Altogether  about 12 were burned.    Tho lmpori.il  hotfl, ou the opposite side of thesireet  from the blaze, iv.u b-idly scorched and  was actually ou fire several   times.    It  took $ ��turdy fig in to save   it.    Xot   a  pane of glass reiaiiuj in the front and  the interior . has , bee'n   injured    wi'.h  water.    So far as can   be   ascertained  only a-mere   trill-)   of   insurance   was  carried by the property owners.  A. dauKhter'LWds   bor.n'. lo , Mr. and  Mrs. Louis Collins Thurodav morning.  , if ^  ,,        ��� - ^*  lleyv  Dr.* Ildrdmah   conducted .the  Presbyterian services iu McGregor hall  lust .Sunday.1 'A  * ,i.>   i,   '   ,  "   ,,   -,, >���  ���*   ' ^.M.-'. .,>������       ���   . j store is doing an  , Jv:v,  Air. bowerbutt3 "wa-i  down   to  Fernie   this '.week'and 'addressed   the  13p.vor:h Leagur. '      '  Qoldie Stewart Married  Mk- (Pr.) ELu-vieleft Thursday for  AJoutreal, where she will tpend the  greater portion of the wiuter.  W. B. 'Bros-nlee; a j sweler oi S.tskat- |  chewan is here visiting with \\u cousins,  llubt. and Jennie Smifi*.  Miss Ifclen Ha worth'a* grandmother  is quite seriously ill at her home near  the sa vmill of the Porto li.co Lumber   company.  P. F. Johnston has been making  some valuable' improvements in tha  Moyie" hotel. <J.'\V. I'atmore of  Cranbrook was doing the work.  & Crawford   and   S.  A. Speers are doing a tremendous bust-  ness. and the hotel's   'of   Geor Mu'nro  and Sam Miller are'tax'dd to their "fill;  Capacity every day^in   the  week.    P.  D.lJApe who U ruouing'a ,drq^ 'store  in coutiectiou'with.Faa's &  Crawford'J  t   exceptionally, '.good  busirjjss,    and "an' independent meat  market  which' has   just   3tarted, had  eywy     promise   &i   success.    Several  residences and a church are now under  JOnstiuctlon,' , It id-said there are  10J  children in'town, of which   GO  are  attending school,  j     Mayor Little when   not   tax-jd   with  ofhoial duties  miy   be   seeu   ou   tha  Streets in'his new cutter which he purchased recently.  An eiij >yable,dance was giyin ia  Sbeera'Jiall Monday evening, at which'  some ' 50 persons were present. Ac  ihiduigbt coflee, cake and* sandwiches  were served, after which d.mcing wa*.  continued until nearly three o'clock/'  John  .Simpson,  Moyie   school.  '%  ^  60*  THE    LIOADING    LADIES' AND MBNT,S    FURXISIEEIl.  ^/ rfi 7;npyr^^ ^- <v* -v- ^"O^^jr ty- t^n^T^p^/s. ^~^ /^-ajs:  .- ^ 'Hr-'V-  wall,-   his   face   is | 80n3 ��f aG,ltilllc��1' governing the relat-  Hure.of health.      |ives of those who wore dro.vnod is   tin  3  .Si  4-  1  3  Imperial Bank of Canada,  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  ,nlllr|lijii)Y����.,i. in i~~���.w.Ta,ii'iii,wTim-T-ii,-irilf.-��TWntT*t  :   .    Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received.  . ���'There,is no  butter  investment than  a  Sayings  'Ay    '   Bank deposit. Ay".. |.     .,���'������'���., ���'  Qnc.o opened |t grows whether added to  or    not.  ���*'���;.��� Interest   allowed iit. current   rales   and   com-.,.  .   .   pounded twice ft year. -   ������  CKANBBOOK BRANCH.  /        J. F, M   PINKHAM, Manager.  ."STYLE AND FIT, 'I WO IN ONE '  will bo found in   any   overcoat   made  in our shop.    An overcoat is a  matter  of some importance.    It costs quite   a  sum lo buy u good, oycrcoat   and   you  want it right.  OVERCOATS THAT FIT AND ARE  .'" STYLISH. v  k- . 1 .       ......      , ��� -    .   ���  that make you lo,ok prosperous, thai.  ������Wear well and don't cost too much is  the repii.tniiou of those A'c mako, Gel  measured and get one.   ,:,  I'-'f^-rf/-jAkjwc jiiofe-^i xif s��z-xi/.-3i��-s��r i��zs'te-&.J&r y��nj*i * ,.-,��jr,ijtsfo �� ^.ifaA  added fact th.it unless tne bodies are  recovered they will b-* unable t..* collect  tho insurance carried by several 0!  those who were dro vned. The p tv-7  inent by various companies of some  .f-TO^OO liinaes on proving the death of  tho insured.  '���Canned music'' wis iutroluood fjr  the first timo in ,1 Portland church on  Irts-tSuudiy night, when Itjv. A. D.  Wagner, pastor of tho Sellwood Methodist church, set up a largj phonograph  in lieu of a choir. The michino  ground out gospel hymns gclore. while  tho congregation sat with open mouths  \yondering at tne progossive pistor.  The mechanical choir m ide a great  hit, and Pastor Wagner declares it has  come to stay  Goldie Stewaitj. the populir 'drug-  s;ist in tbe employ of the Moyie Drug  &. Stationery Co., relurned Thursday  with a bride and gu,ve his many frieuds  a surprise. Mr. Stewart was married  in Calgary on Wednesday to a Mi��s  White. , Mr and Mrs. Stewart have  taken up their residence iu one of th?  B itle>\ cottages qu Like street. The  best (v-isbes ot eveiyoncaro extended  to the happy vdui*,!> couple.  Home to Movie,  Chi-*, 1 ivr-lcy returned to Moyie  Ust M jikI.iv .if.or :i:j ubsoiice of bov-  urnl iii'inHis in Un* Coeur d'AIenes.  ''Ti.in>s are bviinuiij in U1.1t pi.rt of  tha coiintr.," 1:0 ou-y "and tho iudioi-  lions ,1,-j the pro-p.'nty will bo lasting.  W.ilUi*o oorei-nly i< good and tlio  town is v;nh> opi'n." Mr. Livoslev will  remain in M.iyie foi tii.i winter atloasl  Co��g;H  u. fi.  MOYIE,  B. C  No     0|>luin    In      Cliiimborliilii-af  Iteiuoily,  There is uot the leas7t danger in -givT  ing Ciiambcilain's Cough Itemedy to  ���sinall chihlrun as it contains uq opium  or other hariiU'ul drug. It has an established reputation ol inor'o than  .thirty years as the most successful  medicine,in use for colds, .croup and  whoopinc cough. It always cures and  is pleasant to .ta'kjj. fioldO: by the  Mo;i'e;Drug it Stationery Co.  KHiffnf AM C.iyli .llBJioJiiL*.  Mr. 15. G. Cusp, a mail carrier of!  Ciuton Centre, Cotin,, who has been  in the U. S. Serviuu f-ir ahoi;t sixteen  years, says: *'\Vo have died many  cough medicines fifr croup, but Chamberlain's Cough lleinedy'.is kiug of'.-all  and oqe to be reliei| Upon every . time.  Wo, also find it ��� tlio best, remedy ior  coughs and colds, ��i ying certain results  and .'leaving, no bad .flee la." .-'For'sale  by the Moyie Druu'c-i S hi firm dry Co7  principal    of    the  ,    yill ruot   go   east  at  Christians as  ho'   first -intended,   but  will continue leaching until the end of  March.  At the I. O.O. F. meeting n-xt Tuesday evening tha initiatory degree will  be conferred on two candidates, after  which a lunch will be se/ved. .A gold  attendance is desired.  It is reported that Dm MoK" >y and  Chas. McDonald have seemed some  ���valuable timber limits aloug the hue  oi the Grand Trunk Picifio And are  about to make a big deal. Some  Moyie parties .110 intercfied with them.  Cobb���crenelle Wedding,   i  I   i  - The wedding of Mrv IMatnl Win- '  Chester Cobb and .Mu. Amelia Gei-.-j  elle was soiomn.v.ed in Craubrook this j  morning at tho CiUioiie church, Itjv. !  Father Uhoincl ofliciatiug. Mr. and1  Mrs. Cobb leturnul���to Moyie today  and will make their home in the Farrell block. A weddiug iliuaer will be  serwd in their honor at the M mlialtaii  hotjl this evcu'ng.    Cou,,'ratiilalicus,  -bodies Elect Offioers,  , The local lodges of Odd Fellows and-  K'lights of Pythias hold their regular  sami-aanuil elections this week, and  tho newly electwl ollijerd will be ia~  stallo 1 at the first m jdiing in Jauuiry!  0.11 Feliovs��� V. lIicFarlani, mblo  grand; W. II.Liird, vice grand; F. J.  Smyth, secretary; A. G. 'Moukhoiue,  treasurer. The other olfi;eri will b��  ���appointed at tho beginning of fie new  term.  l?nigl;ls of Pythias���3. A. Foote,  C. C; A. G. M.jukhouse, V. C. C; G.  II. Findlay, M. of W.; Tnos. Mtrsdon,  IC of R. aud S ; E A. 11,11, .\E. of F.;  Dr. Harvie, M. of E ; \V. 1[. L^ini,  prolate ; IL C, Livesley. .M.of A ; Johu  B.afkburu, I  G ; J. Tlum, O. G.  DI A M0NDS  Cliurch. si. r��lc;>��. ,  riij;*.-jVTEia.vN���In  ihe   Oildfcllnw-, |  Hall.     Sunouy ScIiodI ai 3 p. ui.   livening     t-ervico   at   S.'y t  Everyone vy.blo'otiio.  .. .     G'7h. FINLAY, Pastor.  ' MKTHODiyx���Sunday Scdiool at3 ���  in. .Evening''service at 7 ;t!0 o'ciutK. ' :  . Everyone welcome.  X.'SOWjEKBUTttA Pistor. 7  A\*o   cniphasize    quality  .-hen .selling you a Diamond.  A Diamond ring   properly  bought, is a good asset.  When purchasing from   us  you  can   ciopi?iid   upon   our  .judgi'-aicnt,   for  quality isr  ahvay.s our iirsr consideration  FOR SALE���Four room house and  lot on Sty Eugene avenue, Moyio.  Apply to V. Canuuii or at this office.  C. ' O. Deniaurez, tho well know  watciimaker of Fernio, will bo' at J. J.  Murphy's store in Moyie every ��� pay  "���Vuek, ' . ,: adv.  agent  .TO  Mr. E. A. .11:11   of   Moyio isjjour  3?.   TATS' &   SON"  Jewelers and   Graduate Opticiau-*.  CRANBKQOls:, B. C.  Ollieial Watch Inspector for <J.. V.   1$  Cruw's_Neat 1'ass Divisioi^  ���������^���i��-'-:  ���s*^-r-  ��i��fc^\** ���A'- . 'f  1 i i. " y' ^  ,1  * ,  THE LEADER. MOVIE. BRITISH COLUMBIA  ���*���  ;'�� l  . '"v..  o;t io  'As"   .      ,  <?  Her Sister's  etrothe  craaaDaaDaDnaanfBraaasniQaaaeQaQQBQEsoQaaBQaaLiC  B  BY BERTHA M. CLAY  Author of **A. Woman's Vengeance," "Which XiOved Him  'Best/' "Between Two Loves,'* "Fairy Gold,'" Et<*.  ^PDpr��aDDr:'fj'."3n3-:.iGr!rinaonDO:rjnaapp.DaoaaooaoanBari  Its  IRELAND A LITERARY FONT.  Fo  Many  I  (Continued ),  ��..u winning nas neen discovered:  ' "Absolutely nothing. You still cling  to Um hope, my dear Marthe; but, as  o\ wtrjivnesses *tr,w* me,'to Uie beaut;-  fill young girl, pure and beautiful a*--  you, when we find ourselves called  upon to 'perform some heroic,action;  whether that heroism is concealed in  you see,,wo are now on the eve of the i our hearts,  or  lt hursts forth  before  trial, and  we  hav&  achieved nothing  in that direction."  ''But we have seen instances, where  the guilty pejson gave himsolf up at  ihe last moment to save an innocent  R  '-A   *vM-&)gKb|  .  I  ��4fi.i*fcM  t I 8-<.. t*.|.fcflB +  *i **"?    j-?1'    9"4. g- ^  1 V ih > n wi  "j V ���* ���"'  y ���"���' 'it  /&  if,  l,w> l '.;:  '1     ��   I, '"  yt      '   ,.  r   &- -f1 *  y  ih'' ! fi'-  iV        T .  f ' i  i  '"*,  ..iy    <i,  i  ��� s , *���        ' ii 1  , "Yes, in Victor Hugd's works, but  uot In real life. Do you believe thai, a  miserable wretch who would conceal  himself in ,the forest, and shoot his  ,victim from behind, would be capable  of such heroic, abnegation ? But.I, am  not alarmed.'An accusation resting on  such weak proofs can' be easily overthrown.' Cheer up, my dear Marthe.  Go home and rest quietly, for/jlo-mor-  'ro-w will be a terrible day for you."  "Terrible, indeed," murmured the  poor girl. ��� '   ,  "And I will 'not be able to accompany you, for "this accursed gout  keeps me a prisoner."  'Marthe did not reply; she was glad  to go alone, and had resisted her  aunt's pleadings-to accompany her.  - "\Vhether"lio be acquitted or not, he  will remain,under the odium of thi?.  monstrous .accusation,:' she said with  ���a  sigh'.      ,*  ��� * ' ,  "Oh, as, to that." said the Marquis,  carelessly, "Robert will travel for a  time, and with us' such things are  soon forgotten."   ��� i'       ' .*  "You have been very kind < to 'me,  and'I shall never forget it," said Marthe, as sho arose wearily to go.   , ���  The sold-man took her hand , in his  and pressed it affectionately. ��� ,"  ^''Courage,' Marthe, courage," he  said.,."You will at least.be spared the  curiosity of, the'other witnesses. You  have inspired great respect 'and' compassion, and'I have,-succeeded in obtaining permission for you to await  your turn in 'the little ante-chamber  next to the court room.." ������      '  Marthe thanked-fiim- mechanically.  She was Indifferent to,'all this. In the  obsession of her fixed idea,' all trifling  troubles and vexations were forgotten.  As she came'.out, the cold, chilly  wind made her shiver, and she regretted having come, for what wouldbap-,  pen if she were to be ill?,.  Notwithstanding her .moral and  physical suffering,,she was struck by  the beauty of the country at that mo-  'ment. T.he winter sun had suddenly  emerged from the cloud's, and was casting its,dazzling rays through the.fros-  " ty branches 'of the trees. It ,was an  enchanting sight.'The village was enveloped in death-like stillness; not a  sound .disturbed the icy ��='��*nce. And  above the sadness of the frozen earth,  th sun .in %its sudden brightness spoke  of ^joy "and hope. ���*���  \The door of the. little church stood  open, and, Marthe entered to rest, fear-  . Ing her strength would' give' way be-'  fore she reached home.  ,   ��� The profound peace and silence   of  the rfrozen country seemed .even more'(  piofound in this somber little chapel,  wheiein "the   small    sanctuary "lamp  glistened like a  star., Marthe    knelt;  down .and tried to pray/but the woids  would' not, come. The horror    of    thc  sacrifice, now become    indispensable,  ��� appeared to her so clearly,   that    she"  '  was overwhelmed, and  the numbness  of death came over her.  She realized that, until now,,'slip  had never really believed that this  sacrifice would be necessary. She had  . clung to the hope that something���  she knew not what���but thar something would happen in lime to feave  her; that hor unhapp*, iove, the  plaintive cries of her hoail, would not  be unveiled to the world; that her  conducr, her sacrifir-e, her affection  for her sister, would not be com  men led on, criticized, and above all  '  revealed to Robert. ,  ��� More than once she had feverishly  aiisen in the night, determined to  burn the diary That destroyed, she  could only he silent. No one, suspected its existence. She would swear,to  the truth, that she had given lendez  vous to'Robert in the park, and that  they were there at the nine the ciime  was committed. J2ven if her ' word  was doubted, her evidence would have  some weight. She w.ls fully awaie that  she would compromise her reputation  hy her testimony. People would tmk',  as ISdmee had done: "Why all this  mystery? There is something beneath?"  Yet, she had not burned the book;  it still existed. She would make use  of it. But the struggle with heiself  was teirible.  She had forgotten where she was,  why she had entered, giving herself  up entirely to the struggle waging  within her.  A hand touched her lightly- on the  shoulder. It was the cure who had  stood observing her from a ciImhiicc.  "You scorn very unhappy, my poor  Marthe," he said, gen My.  "Yes, Monsieur, veiy  unhappy."  As she  raised  lier    lure,    lie    was  struck by lis liaurmiid CNprosi.inn.  "Confide in me," ho sanl. Kindly; "it  will bung jou relief. It is not onlv the  ���'ii\int\ over that iiiiforinnaio niul  Unit torlures >on. Thcie is F-omcthing  else. J :un sine ot ii; and It is the  swrotc"--t privilege of mv holy calling  to console ihr> alllificd."  "Vou can do nothing for nie," said  Ihe gill, shaking hoi head sadly. "I  cannot speak. 1 havo a duty to accomplish, and 1 ask myself if I shall accomplish lt."  "Whatever it may he. you will do  your duty to thc end, for I know >ou,"  he replied, gravely.  "I do not know if you-,know',me. I  am not sure,, that'I know myself, I.'feel  capable of wicked.'and, what is .worse,  nf .'cowardly tilings���"'". ���   '.'   .   ���''.  "I have no 'fear for, you, my child.  it. is not as a priest that T speak to  yon. but as an old friend. There comes  a moment t.o .all, tm tbe'.'old  m-v* full  thc eyes of all, heroism is always hero-  isn*. When-we feel ouiselves weake'r.,  there is always help'at hand. Do not  doubt it, Marthe, for I have never  doubled it."  s>ne made no reply, and lie walked  softly away. When she again raised  her head, she saw him lent cling, with  'his' white head bowed down, motion  Jess, under the tliokering light of the  lamp.  He was ,but a simple country priest,  a kind-hearted old man who only  asked Ao go on his way in peace with,  himself and his neighbor. But his soul,  was1 strong in faith, and he was' pray-,  ing fei vently for her. u  ��� Then it seemed to her that ,all that  had amassed of rebellion,    harshness,  lore    Is   the   Source   of  English  Books.  That Irish literarture is the source of  much of the literature ot England and  America, and that many of the plots ol  the stories of both nations were taken  from Irish folklore, was the declaration  of Prof. Thomaj Taylor Diill ai a luncheon of the Irish Fellowship Club at  the Union restaurant in New Y,ork recently. Prof. Drill recently teturned  from a visit to Ireland, where ho was  ���* sent by the Irish Choial Society of Chi-  ca'ffo, to begin a movement for the revival of the music and folklore of Ireland. He Is tlie musical director of the  society. <  1 "'Rip Van Winkle' is a steal from  an Irish legend," said Prof. Di ill. "There  are innumerable stories in Ireland of  the long sleeps' of heroes and their ad-  . ventures on awakening. AtKHlarnoy a  I man fell asleep, and slept 300 years.  The peasants still show the marks in  the rock worn by his arms ana  hips." <  Much of Prof. Drill's address Was  given- to urging the importance of finding fit'inuslcal expression for the mass  of untranslated and little known songs  and legends of tlie island. He.charac-  terized the movement of ihe Clioral Society ' as "the greatest musical movement ever known." ���   '  'Irelajnd had battle hymns; marches,  .folic song-s, and chants In" the fifth century," he'said. "The Trlsh people were  the first to employ harmony and counterpoint, England'had little or nothing  in the form of'musical expression until  the fifteenth century. Thc music of Iro^  AND   BAD   LEG  A powerful ex rople ot the healing  virtue of Zam-Buk 1b provided by the  ea��e at Jin. I,izzie Gilmour, Prmcees  Street, Kingston (Out.).   She Miy* :���  "Five years ��E<> I bruired my Ice.  " and caused nn ulcer which developed  "ioto ����� erloim wound. 1 was'in the  " Iio^pIialniut-inoiitl'S, ivbere thedoclor  ������ wanted to nuiuuuite ihe hnib. Aflor  " leaving the ho-pital I heard of ��.un-  " But. 1 irtei it, tho ulcers besa��� to  " heal, and new pink flash begun to grow  ������ where before was a raw and innanled  " soro. 1 can now �� elk about, and can-  11 nblfeol too grateful for whatZam-Uuk  " has done for me." ,  All drupfiisti, sell  it, at "SOo. a, box.  or   poit   free from   the Zaio-Buk Co.,,  Toronto, upon receipt of price (6 boxes  for $i.o0). /  POINTS OF A GOOD HORSE  Government Bulletin Tells How to Tell  Good Reliibie Horse.  lime aie some good susg<-stlons  fiom ix roceiit Oiilailo biilleiin. giving  tho points of a good it-liable hois<?:  "11 n lioi.se is ihoi t-i lbbed he is "gut  in his middle and ls nculy always a  poor feeder. .,..���.  "\ l.ght-centerpil hoise select  weighs well, and, Ivdeht iu a ,di:ilt  horse, If'It comes fiom bone, sine*  and muscle, goes a long way to  tormlne his commOicial value.  Is an Absolute Necessity for the Present*-  of Our Well-Being. BPVation  do-  ''A stallion w'iosc  feet aie contract-  CEYLON   OREI  :im  BANANA FALL.  -Lar  land h'elped Uie nation more than any-  bitterness, within lier, was1'"m'eltlng ! thln& else In *ts wars, and to conquer  away, that .f weight had- been lifted r the people England had lo enact a law  from hor���hearr.  yiie suffered less;   a  sort of peace had come to her in the  midst of her anguish. She wfep.t softly;  she who had been unable 'to weep for  so long.  When she arose, she ..trembled    no  longer.   She. went out into the bitter,   .      ,  cold of the (win try, afternoon   fortified,'! literary development   of   the,country  almost'sevene. The brighl aim was dis-! has.been checked ana thwarted, and it  making    and   singing- of  agalns t   the  songs.      ' . > ' j.  "There are known to be at least 1,000  songs In Ireland, and of these the music  of only 200 ha!s been written. In spite  of this, in its present condition Ireland  Is'not a land of song.   The musical and  'ighl  appearing in, 1 e,'horizon; nnd It  seemed to her that Its last rays were  .for _ier, that They j-oneifaied into her  heart ai-d filled it with couragi   '  OHAPTER XV.  . ' tn  Caci was almost proud of the ceh  braled trial that was to take place in  its court-rooms. Strangers often came  le visit tli'e old churches **.nd the Abbey, during the-bathing season; ���> but  the greater part of the year the town  / slept as peacefully as a*provincial village. , ,  For the last three months;* the murder ha'd been'the sole topic of conversation. Young girls, ajid young women  especially, feit a great interest in the  poor little bride/ so cruelly stricken in  the height of her happiness,' at the  moment she -was leaving for her'wedding trip. It was known that Robert  was working as'calmly in his cell as  if ho were in,his own study. In this,  some saw the security of innocence,  while otheis pronounced it the cynic  ism'of a man assured,beforehand that  he was not one of those whom a jury  condemn.1 , ' ���  ��The court-room was filled to overflowing; society rushed in with 4s  much zeal as-if'to witness the repre  sen tat ion'of a-sensational drama.' The  magistrates, the lawyers in', their  gowns, the twelve'jurymen, the whole  imposing paraphernalia of justice,  failed to impress'the, gay assemblage.  Robert' d'Ancel was calm, but, very  pa.Ip; he was much emaciated,', and  dark rings encircled his'eyes. He answered all ('questions addressed to him  in a clear, firm voice; but the Interrogatory brought out,nothing-new. He  merely repeated what lie had said the  day following the'crime, nothing more  When the president, hovover, 'asked  him how he futd spent the afternoon  of July 27th, there was a- shade of  hesitation in his reply, which did not  escape anyone. '  "I was feeling ill and went out for  a wulk," he said.  "In what direction, did you go'out?"  "In the direction of the Cote-Boisee."  "Ancl no one saw you go out?"  "I believe  not.  Monsieur. The plan  of the  villa  is  well  known,  since    it  was examined on the day of my arrest.  The  window   in   my  study  is  so lowj  that, I   usually  jump  through  it into  the garden, lather than    go    through  tho house to roach  the door. Neither  the servants nor (he gardener are in  the habit of  wandering" on  that side  of  the  house,   which  is   but  a  slope,  shaded by a few trees. It is but a few  minutes' walk from the forest."  ''Your supposition, then, Is that the  criminal entered your study, through  this window, and stole your revolver?"  "it seems probable."  "And for nearly two months you  never thought of opening the case in  which you kept Uiat weapon?"  "I did not think of it, Monsieur My  mother placed this revolver within ray  reach, but I believed it a useless prp-  caution, for the neighborhood is verv  peaceable."  "On tho day of (ho crime you were  expected at a garden party?"  ' Yes, Monsieur." v  "Yet, although Mile. Levasseur, with  whom you were already in love, was  there, you did not go. Why not?"  "As I have already fold "vou   I was  not leelmg well and wanted' solitude "  J ho examination continued, and tlie  acciihPd  leplied   with  the same calm-  nes-s  that   had   marked   his  first    an-  is only by help from America that the  Irish can "bring the music of their country to its true greatness."',     .-   '       ,'  -LAST OF THE. SAMARITANS.  Members'of Oldest Jewish Sect'In Lon-  c ' -   f. I    "  ,,,,     '    don,' England.. \       A '    .  In,an unpretentious "'house in Commercial'road East,four men, who aie  as strange t,o London as,* "London is'  strange to them, 'are staying. Th^y  are the representatives of a dying race  ���the Samaritans. ���   '    '  ' Of extraordinary stature, gaunt,1"dignified and silent, and (clad in jthe robes  of their priestly, .office, their namos  might have' been taken, ' like their  creed, from the pentateuch. They are.  Ishak-'ben Amran ,ha-Cohen ha-Levi.'  Shafeek hen Jacob ha-Cohen" ha-Levi,.  Nage 'ben<rKhad.'or hii-Coheri haJL,evi.'  and Shelabee ben Jacob Shela,bee. '    *  They 'have with .them 'books and  manuscripts of priceless worth'. Among  these is a scroll ��� one of 'three that  have been used in the synagogue- for?,  untold centuries.' They also carry w.Ith  them the ancient prayer-books and a  .tirno-worn copy of the chronology of  their departed priests. ~J ,,',  The Samaritans have come to Eng-r  land {to attempt to raise ' lunds on  -which the tribe, harried and taxed by  tho Turks, may live. They are the  bearers of a letter ��: introduction from  JJie Bishop of Jerusalem 'to the Bishop  of London^, and they hope to secure an  audience with the King. Ishak lion  Amran is,,the son of ,the high priest  who, showed, the King, then Prince of  Wales, the famous scrolls af the tribe." '  Dr. Gaster.Jthe Hebre'fv .scholar ancl  Jewish rabbi, told an Express representative recently that the'Samaritans represent the last remnant*of the oldest  Jewish sect on earth. '"'There are only  200 of'them left," ho said.  "They cannot speak English, or, in"  deed, any European language, hdt converse either in Arabic or in very dilh-  cult Hebrew.  "They believe only In the five books  of Moses, and regard us as schismatics,  "I am now endeavoring to arouse interest ln them, and hope that soon a  room "will be placed at their disposal  for an exhibition of their wonderful  treasures. <I am using my influence  with the Royal Asiatic Society to this  end. Proiba'bly, too. the Biblical Archaeological Society will take them up."  Punch's Etiquette For the Victim  gesss For Crowd.'  Punch/gives the following advice 'tr  the victim of the banana fall: ���  ��� "Having nsoerlaine'd that ihe full  extent of your injuries !.-,- no miiro than  will occasion some slight.. discomfort  when' cycling-, etc. draw up one knee  JiHo a graceful and unc instrained''po*--i  tibn, Hick the Oust carelessly'from youi  elbow, and remark casually to -any In.  telllgent bystander that you do not  think tlie Education 'Bill has tho ghosl  of a  chance. ^  "Do not appear in the least self-con-  '.scl'ous, but on the other hand; neithoi  must you* scowl or,-mutter discont'ent-  e'd'y to yourself, if anybody addresses'  a question lo, you answer him polijely  and kindly, 'as, you would a pretty, girl  who asked 'youA'the1 ,way to Oxford  street.   < ; "-;    '  "Do not aim a kick���whlc,h ,1s sure  to miss���at the 'dOg which appears.,ln  order to "sniff "you critically all1 oven  but'be s careful to treat him as-though  ,you wero passionately fond of anima's^  " '"The best'way "of rising is to crook  one leg nntil the foot 'is well under-  neallv so th,at youj may, straighten5 oul.  to a standing'posture with a single elet  gant and'easy motion.1   Do tills.  "If the youth who. -now Step's for^'  ward and presents you with your hal  is of a sweet,and tractable disposition  a copper or two is w<*h bestowed^ ;lr.  however, he appioa'ches you with',a  -grin on'his face, andyloudly, assuies  you that, the. .damage, to the "hat Is,  slight, accuse," him, quietly but firmly,  of attempting to Steal the hat. and'of  having caused ' tbe'damage to it himself. ,In extreme cases ho may also be  accused of,haying dropped the banana  skin. >��� .',-,-,','  ,"Now dust your hat and replace It'  on your head, and walk off'nonchalantly, having first picked upj your stlcls  and anything else you'may have .dropped, except .your cigar. Leave this as  largesse for. the crowd to "'wrangle  over." y.ri ,        ��� '   "  ed and brittle and whoso hocks are  jiuffv and lleihy-IiiokiiiK should be  avoided, us such hoi'ks are generally  associated wwi a coarseness throughout his whole conformation- -and- a  general lack of'quality.  ".When a horse is well coupled together on top and has a short back,  he must'have the length below Irom [  the point of th- shoulder to the back  of the thigh. 'WI'."! <*" built he will  .stand the strain ot drawing heavy  loads much' better t'nan if he has  long, loose back.  "The front fe'et.and hocks are the  paits of either-a J-"il't or a driving  horse that come directly in contact  with the hard work, and uiiless they  are sound and. good .i horse's usefulness will be very much Impaired and  his commercial laii.o very niucn lessened.      ' ���   '   ' ,  "Before  uf-ing a stallion    get    the  groom to  lead,'him away from   'you,  Stand squiii e behind him and see that  he picks up his,feet and places   them  on  the ground   projieily,  traveling' in  both   trot, and  walk  clear and  clean,  not striking the ground,first with .the  toe and then bringing down the" hoel.  "Theafect should he large and' waxy  In  appearance.  The sole of the  hoof  should be concave, the "frog   spongy,  plump and elastic, because it acts as  a buffer,to take.the concussion i'rom  fictingytoo sevcypJjypn  the foot, pas-,  tern,"and' fetldck.  See that  both, sire'  "and .dam havo sound feet,, free v'fi'om  flatness," brlttleiiesf. ancl  arc, not' contracted. oThere , should be  no   ' "gum-  rumess" about the' hocks of .the draft  horse,    as* "it    indicates    'coarseness.  ���They 5h9uld.be large, flat and    firm,  and should be '."wide, especially, from ar  side view." ', ,1 ,'   ��� ��� ' 1  TEA  S3 Positively "Ml Pure Tea" Without Any AdulteStlni.  .'Whatsoever., "'  Lead    Packets' Only.   " 40c,,   50c,    and  ~60c    per    !S7  At    all  J��reri.  cause  Pills for crossness?  Certainly.   They remove the  -- the crossness vanishes.    A sluggish liver poIZ  the blood, spoils the temper.   Keep, your liver 1 S  and your bowels regular.,  Have a clear brain ah   '  heart, a hopeful outlook. One of Ayer's Pills it'h^��  AH vegetable.#' Sugar-coated.   Sold for 60 ye��rs  f.CA7we,  We b��*>t ������ ucriul   Wcnfellih  tfty l��pp��li�� ��l ill w ���mllcltm.  ' HeprcHon'tHlivcs pf'the reform .met\-  ic-nl oiginiizutionshiive ot gummed '��(,  Sew Yoiic 10 -fight, deleterious, med-  k-ines" nml fake -pnu-titionerp.    A"  ' The movement, for deep' waterway  frmh Inlycs to <3ulf of Mexico wtiA given impetus at 11 St. Louis convention,.,  Scratching*Shed and Poultry House.-'  This design- shows 'a practical  way  of saving space arid~exponse in mtfk-  ?i Dr Aunew'�� Cure for ' the ,Heart ucts  -.Iij-e*,l,iy und quickly, stlmnlaU-s tho'  li<*;n!.�� iictlcti, Htopa moHt acute puin.,di6-  puLu ii.fi Digits 1 of ttrttKriCDH," , Hutiorinir,'-  -MiikiiiR. fciiiotlirrlntf, or .patpitivUou., Thin  HOiuk>iful cunu iH  tho faiurdy, sliip  which  'ijuries   Hit*   lu-art-mck   patient .into   the  liavon    of "radiant    nml    perfri-t    health  'li\es* 'relief    in    moot    itouto ��� fornlB   'of  heart'dlduabc  H\,5i  uilnuU-*.-7ll ~      'iij  -  (}'"'. 1 !         P     ' fh  ��� '' ' -,. ","<'' -'- '  , Michnol Mcndhng-ime,. ,t.l��o.i��ori ofm  wealthy Uelfust liuenyninnufucture^  is on trial iri.tin'-'criminal pourt.'.Clii-/  en fro., for bigamy.''Tie, claims tbnt-'hc  was fenced iiito''two mnyiUine.*��nv-  nriges.-' "    ''       ; ,���'<!', VA  '      '. '?f  ,    , IHlllhuMiilKln.     ,  As'yoii 'slide .along past youth i-into  middle.age, get a 'gqod?grin,ou'yoiir,  entbusjasms. Life look's black-after  tbey are gone.* It is a7-goodvthing,' too,  to'rene-w'your own life iu an intimate  interest in *tho"(lifeT of some, young  friend. Vew things, are,, more helpful  or 'rnore.bea.utiful than fj-ieuilship,between tbe youupt and the old. They  have everything to give to each other.,  What, is most-* pitiful, in both-youth's  uncertainty and need of encouraging  sympathy age's un fulfillments and  need of s'oitening tenderness*���is soothed1 aud neutiulized by a sharing of interests and affections.  COMBINED SCKA1CH1.VO SUED AUD PODLTJlT  ���<' '  .,., HOUSIt. "     "  ang a qurtain '. front i'poultry ��� house  scratching shed and roosting quarters.  It^ is used with great success by 'Charles Gibbs of Faiifrix county; Va.  1'    "  A cough is often'the foreAnner of  Wiouri',.pulmonary,''"afflictions,",,, yet  there 'is ii^&iniple cure witlfin'the,reach  of all' in' Bickle'liy^nti-Consumptive  Syrup^ nn old tiniu'', aiici^. widel^-rec-'  Ojftiized lemedy, .winch,, if. resorted, to  "at the'inception'.of-u cold, w.ill'iifv^iri*-,  ably give'relief A mid by. "overcoming  tlie, trouble,' >gun~id. the ^syateuf'from  any ��� serious ��consequences. ,l*i-iij��'' ,25  cents', at'all dealers.,   '.,/���'-      -'"\   ���  Odd "Conscience Money."  A'remarkable "cash" entry in the accounts of the London, Brighton and  South Coast Railway was referred to at  a meeting of the company recently.  Lord  Cottesloe,  who "presided, called  Astrology. '  Astrology wos Uie invention of Chaldean and. Egyptian priests. There is  reason- to believe that astrology was  practiced in connection with astrGno-'  my in Chaldea ancLithe valley of the  Nile between- 40.0O and 5000 B. C.  - .'" ; " V/ork of'Oxen.*, ,  We have known a man'to buy a.ydko  of��� three-year-old steers in,the spring,  work them ..hard six days in the week;  giying them; good hay and about fpur  quarts of meal, a day" until October,  When the .work lessened and .the.gralhi  was increased.'"In November, he sold  them as-'beef for^about ?JQ "more than  he'paid for,, them'.*. If^horses,bad done  the same work they.would have want-'  ed more grain and probab'ly'A-would'  have been^valued much less,fri- the fall  than they cost'iu the spring, , - < 1  It' i& said that ' oxeii' "-"might-'" not  fwork as''well on'the reaper or'mowing  machine,*-but, they might, also." We  have had three or four year cattle that  would walk for, miles as fast -as any  .pair of horses and force many,horses  tp trot a part of the way to lt'eep up  with them and a'pair of old cattle that  walked faster than.the ordinary1 farm  horse. A part of that was due to their  having been trained, to walk quickly,  and. a part vas due to the' breed.  Small cattle'like the Devons, Jerseys  or, Ayrshires are naturally active and  easily learn to walk fast, while the  larger Durhams and Herefords like to  move more leisurely, and this is true  of grades as well as*of thoroughbreds.  ���American Cultivator.  Fences anc" Good Farming.  The amount and .character of  fencing  in  a country is not  ' u.  the  ba-J  attention  to the fact that the general , gauge of the  character  of  the  farm  Public opinion began to waver. The  women iu"c in iavor of the handsome  joiin^man who looked so genlle aud  intclliyx'ut, hut tho men, especially  hose who chum'-cl great pretentions  o equality. 1 ,.|.j-oachr-d him his title  his quiet and <!imingnished manners!  He evidently pl.i.cjd littlo value on  proofs that would have overwhelmed  a poor devil!  When" questioned on his relations  w.th the* Mctim, Robeit answered  firmly and without a moment of hesitation.  Dear Mother  Your little ones are a constant^ cafe in  Fill ,and Winter weather. lhey will  catch cold. Do you know, about Sniloh'i  Consumption Curei, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has done for so many ? It is said  to be the only reliable remedy for all  diseases of tha air passages in children.  It it absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranleed to cure or your money  is returned. Tho price is 25c. per botde,  arid all dealers in medicine sell 3,4  <S'HII>OH  This remedy should be in every household.  !��� v i �� H'' If:  "tioorgc Bertrand and mvsc-lf were  closely linked, as often" happens  thiongli the hazard of being class-  mates, and through'the emulation for  place in which we contested with each  oi.net*. There was between us no real  sympathy,- but there A nevertheless  existed in our relations a certain, attraction which often 'conies��� from" cerium dissimilarities. We loved to discuss, ssure beforehand that one of us  would instinctively, take the (opposite  side of the question. But those discussions rarely went to the end, for  Rertrcnd could not bear contradiction  and I detested quarrels. He' was never-  .'.heless always,the first to come back  to me."  iJ'H would then, seem, that the cap-  t.a,|n was. more attracted by you, than  you by him?"  . "ft is possible. But from'the moment we .became rivals, this attraction  was turned to hatred in him."  "This hatred,  it is said, existed  both sides." ���     . '  "I, judged    him    severely,    perhaps  bul my antipathy did not go as far as<'  .hatred."  "Yet,   you   were   trying   to   find   ai)  occasion to challenge him"  (To   be   Continued.)  insurance fund was credited with the  sum of �� 1,200 under the simple entry of  "cash." The circumstances in -which the  money was paid over to the company-  were unusual. >  A London solicitor called on the'eom-  pany's solicitors in January and,stated  that a client o�� his (whose name ho was  not allowed to divulge) was In ,the possession of a sum "of money -which he  considered to belong rightfully to the  company and which he wished to pay-  over. The solicitor decline to give any  information as to how the money came  Into his client's possession, and he was  only prepared to say that his client was  not, and never had been, connected with  the company. If the acceptance of the  offer was declined, he added, he would  advise his client that, having mado the  offer, he might retain the money with a  clear conscience.  The tiuo facts conncctr-d with this'  payment, said Lord Cottesloe. would  probably never be known. 11 was a  very unusual circumstance for a railway company to receive what unquestionably  must be  "conscience   money."  Tho offer was accepted.���Lond >n Tribune.  on  Even a   Will Turn.  The secretary of the American embassy in London was piloting some ot  Uncle Sam's children through one of  London's museums the other day when  ho observed an attendant wearing a  sort of military uniform surmounted by  a 'hat from which a chin strap''hung..  Meantime an inquisitive tourist was flrT  Ing volleys of questions at the man's  defenceless head. His final question  was: "Say, what 'is'that strap under  your chin for?"  , Tho attendant sighed. "The strap, is  to' rest my jaw when I get .ilrod answering questlons,"-eaid ho.���-Tatltr.  Ing, writes Prof. Thos. Shaw, tn American ^Agriculturist. Where the fences  are gwid and the fencing is ample, tn  that locality It may be taken for granted that the farming is of a reasonably  high order. On the other hand, where j  fences are very' rare or are entirely  aosent, it is an Indication that soil depletion is forever going on in the locality. The want of fences is the greatest  hindrance to progress in the northwestern states. Many farmers in thesb  states would like to change their sys  tern, but they cannot do so quickly.  Fencing material  ancl  the  cost    ol ]  fencing is becoming a burning qucstiot  on tho western prairies. The item  of  posts is receiving the most attention I  Where are the posts to come from in ,  future,    is    being    asked    by    many  thoughtful men. Some recommend one  source of supply and  some    another ;  But it is  doubtful  if  any one source  of supply will meet the need as will  concrete, when this kind of post will  he perfected. It will not decay no** wll)  it be   easily   broken    when    properly  made. It Is to be hoped that thoso who  are   now    experimenting    with  posts will make h.iste and get  perfected  sufficiently  to    satisfy    tho  reasonable needs of the farmer.  Diarrhoea In, Fowls.  Diarrhoea is caused by either the  quantity' of the food, the quality of  the food or of the drinking .water or  the atmospheric conditions to which  ii:e bird has been exposed. In the  treatment of this class'of diseases it  Is especially Important that the cause  should be sought and removed.^ See  that the birds are comfortable and"not  exposed to drafts, cold or .dampness.  Give pure drinking water and regulate  thc food. Allo*w small quantities of  mash or cooked food, with some chopped beef. Put a handful of oatmeal  in the drinking water or give boiled  milk for drink.- Give a tablespoonful  of olive oil as a laxative to carry oft  any irritating matter that may be In  the Intest'nos," then follow with one-  half to one grain of bicarbonate of  soda and two grains of subnltrate of  bismuth In a little water three times  a day.  A currency reformyplati has been  adopted nt the conference ,of, the hankers in Washington deigned do insure  elasticity nnd 'Aprotecj, interoats ...of  baiilcs,, governmental'(tnd 'public," ,;���>  '      ���       '    ' '��� '��� ' '   ,,    ".-*  ?   ��� ���* ���..,;"  Minard's ( Liniment1 Cures., Distemper.  ��-  ' "   ,    r , ' I    .    \  ' .       ; jGoe<lie*��   OrlentnlUm.     , .      .0  Respecting Goethe's ideas, ofywoinen'  much. Las - beeny^ald;, and ^mostly ' In'  Pharisaic strains.',, .When I suggest that  some , light" "may "perlia'psv be 'thrown  'on^ It. by^his orientalism,;,let'it'not,be"  saldj -with a sneer;'"Precisely, because;  woman , Is. hold  in lovr esteem--Un ��the-  east."   I answer,'*"By noy,ajeans;fVo-*  man.is not!held in*low-esteem cither,in5  the"east or7in Goethc'st'scheme of difc'.'A  7ln'_\Mo.slem''hngio]ogyy.tbcre are' four  perf ecty womeh'���",but" no? p"erfect"man.y  fn.Goellie's '.'Faust'.' the stormy destiny";,  of htimahlty 'revolves" ronnd^ the "pivot  of .Margaret, Helen,*' -W'oiwui/   ^VouId~  you describe the creator of Dorothea.  ,lbe   simple, .jboroUiea ��� the"   charming,  DoroUica <he self possessed, Dorothea'  the unselfish," .the -. modest,   tlie_ Irue^,  In a"word,.p6rothcavthe womanly���as  having 11'low ideaiof woman?   The fact  is; Goelhe wns, like a ,true artist, ever  seeking nn equilibrium In his Ideals of  love and  woman' ancl'never attained  IL',    There ��� is ' something    satisfying  in    his   ^realizable    picture    of    the I  simple    though    noble   aud    virtuous  Dorothea, but thero Is a more ethereal,  a' more elusive, figure���one more akin  In power ami grapji to tbe goddesses  of heaven���attempted In the searcbings  and questioning.-- (failures though'they  boi after female perfection In the fairy  Uight-i.of "Faust."���Yusuf All, In.Contemporary Review. y     >,' '  <i  '-Your Stomach'',  ���.���� the wsy' people in China Ja; '-  '"Good Mornincr." The creeling ol V'  'almost !,evory  runon ,,'is a;i ;nquify  ^ 'after health.   The Ch:iu�� hive the ,\  % root of tbe, matter.   A strong Mom.  ach is,, the foundation     l.tiulc aftjr  ; this "org;anfand the ger,cr��l health  ' 'ca.res��'o*r iticlf.    Man ij'so consti.  luted it cannot be otherwise.   It ij  "' the .mission of        ' >    ���  ' ' ta'-keep' the stomach v, (���!!,' the Ht�� - ?|  y'active'and th"e_ bowels regular,; Thej,vi|  , .dispel sickness and. create health.  y Dyspepsia." Indigestion, Billow.  .?{.iUM3,or Constipation .cannot exist ,/|  y.whe'n Bpecham'8 Pillg are ased ac- A|  ' Tcor;thnie to'direction*,. I;or over 50 'j|  ���yeiara-Uity have cureJ disordered -f I  -ttomicht, and"are now 1 n'orld-favfl  mo us   r��rnedy.     They   merit your  * confidence.   '<**���''  ....      'i,       ,. y v ���  jLolti Everywhere in Can.id*. ��nd U.S,  - ,    America.'    I11 l>oxe*j -o.ccnti  HOLD UPII  "cl.co2i<sid6r\  stn  risH POMMEL]  sp.fAb^LICKERl  IIK�� ^'tl  wmnm  ci6ihirg.i  smiit oflhfwstj  iwlsi!li,nKsdar/ilb��l  U\j!2iMrtHltnldltl  rflhHf ifa1'') fff-u'dtf  IU 5TKKTaT*iE ,  ���i*    -  -* .  - SIGN OFTHEFISHj  *VR BSW* ttHltO CA'.",!!:,'.' C0j,�� -rilf-AlCM 1  ^OTEa?^  ,..J;  it Y'  All  1be  Sniuo   (o.IIIm.    .1   (,  '  A sei-vaut not di<-tlnguished for hi.s  intelligence went to Ihe postofllce nud  was given a letter for his mistress.  On-arriving at the door he saw thai  'he had lost It, so run hack and explained what had happened to the  clerk. "lh\t what ��*���.��, I do?" said the  fieri*:. "Why," said the servant, "you  have so many there you might glvo  me another."���Mot to'per Itidcr.e.  A Vninoim  Stntuc       '    �� ���  'The's'tiitue uf-JupUer Olympus, b; ,  Phidias, was of gold and ivory andwM  fifty-eight fed hlph.. It was finished la  the" year 4-1-1 it O.  -/ ��>ocr  X^xlrcnii.'*.  There are,'dogs sliindim; orer thrw  feet high* at thc sboiiIiU'r.'mca��urlii| .  nearly seven feet from the no*"c to tto  tip of tlie tall and weighing so much ai  200 pounds, and at the other end of th*  .scale the little Me^'cau landog is under seven Inches in length from nose  to tail tip and weighs only, a &  ounces.  The   First   Blanket*.  , In'the reign of .Edward III. there  were at.'Bristol'' three, brothers who  were eminent clothiers aiid woolen  weavers and whose family'name was,  Blanket. They wore the Urst persons  who manufactured that comfortable,  material which has ever since been  called by their name and which was  then used for peasnnls' clothing.  The   Tcct.b   of.-Tibet.  The most perfect teeth in the world  are said,to be those of tlio Tibetans,  although there, is uot a ll toothbrush in  tbe whole country and. no form of  cleansing the teeth Is ever Dracticed.  t'hnl the next election of st'liohir.-,  :;i Albeita am! Sa.-kalchfu.'iii uiului  'i.e Khodes bequest will tai.0 jilaee in  1 iiiuaiy. 1907, ia tho iiifouii.-itioii piv-  1 out by, the depiu tineiit of cducitlon  at Eegihai .'���*'.''  '  The Mortgage Lifter.  The hog lias been very properly called "the mortgage lifter." I have been  raising and feeding hogs for market  from my boyhood with some degree of  success. To begin with, it is important  to havo large, hardy, prolific sows. I  find the Uuroc Jersey to fill tho bill  exactly, but let every ono have the  breed that will raise the most pigs of  the heaviest weight in tho shortest  these tIn'e Breed for early spilng plfiH and  them a*l within ten days or two weeks if  possible to a thrifty, well developed  boar (but newer more Ihan two a dav  to ono boar), so as to have the pigs-  strong, hearty and near the same ago  ���S. V. Thornton Boron- Missouri  Swine  Breeders'  Association.  Al.'he. people of, Chicago have e'xpres-  S'-d widespread belief in the Canadian'  reciprocity ideas'..advanced,,.bv James  J.' -Hill. j- ��� . ���������   ' ',.*'���  ^4. Doctors  Medicine  CORED HIS WIFE  A of LA GRIPPE  Quebec Man tells how the Great Consumptive Preventative was  an ali-round Benefit  ��' My wife took La Grippe when shei ����  in Ottiw-vV,��ys R. N. Di.oe of ^^  Farm, Que., in nn intervu-w.    "SbeS��  bottle ol Psychine and ftfter xxwig �� f��r�� ,  few day�� the w��j quite uell.    I l00,',il."ht  and *m Unio* it and am geHmtr *��)"8?';  - - of tha best tool"  Oats For Hogs.  . Oats may be a'portion-'of'a'ration for  hogs, but they are nnich more saitn-  factory If'they are ground: Mixed with,  corn, oafs and shorts, they add materially to the value.of any hog feed. They  should tiot'constitute morp than cine  fourth of the grain ration AA mixture  of oats and peas ground and fed as a  swill is exceedingly valuable.���Amcri-  can'Agi-iciill.iiru<Ji ', '      .  Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not  a simple cough syrup. It is a  strong medicine, a doctor's  medicine. It cures.hard cases,  severe and desperate cases,  chronic cases of asthma, pleurisy, bronchitis, consumption.  Ask your doctor about this.  " I h��T�� need a (tT����t d<xil of Ayer'n OliarTy  l*��otora.l for content antt h��rd coldi on tho  obeit. It tiu always done mo fir��at good. It  li certainly a moit wonderful coogb modl-  dn��." ���MIOUAKL J. FITZOH1LAI.D, Hedford,  . K. J.  by J. O. Ayer Co., T^owall. ICoii*. I  Jumq Buuxofiiotarora of   .     - s   I  '.'^���'9/. SARSAPAWtU.  0VQ.   P'LLS.  wr / O hair viaou.  I think Pjychine is one  on the market to-day."  There you hav�� tho whole ma  7 -     ~ ���   -a and coW* <"e ltD'ni  nailer in ��  nutshell.    La Gripp  the forerunners of coniumplion. .  . Thi, man had one. hit wife b��d lh.o����  Psychmo not only c.r-d bot.i bJl >  th.m   up   so that their bod.** ����� ����g)  enough   to  resist   dUcase.    A'l  comsumption a.rc killed by  (Pronount��J SM"��n)  50c; Per Bottle  DRAT.  A. "SLOGUM. Limited, Toronto.  Mrs.  Gayboy's Faith.    ,  Uayboy���So Mrs. Neighbors    called  you a fool, did she? <-".uea  Mrs. Gayboy���Not In so manv  words, but It amounted to the sitme  thing. She accused me of 1\pH��v>j,<.  everything you1 say. ' ,  ,���,    Co",",0<'�� .^crrornmnce  w,v   ni' UUVr*1   yCL'S eet.out of, the  w.iy.  Ilei-e comes .laglov."  "Why are you afraid of him7"  "Why,  he's just back from p���m^  ;-ri.,���^'��-.  You   will  hasten   recovery by taking ono of Ayer's Pills at bedtime.  Practically all n.nVertof (food  Clothca in Cnnnda use HKWSOM  TWEKDS. I^ook for the tag ihat  guarauteea PURB WOOI,, 1*  Tliat dl'M'l ��'  mollicM l<"���� lu-  .tofrorn wliril tlio.  .���'medicine   bablnot 'eontaim  a   bottle of |  .that  famoue old rome'b',  '"���S  ANODYNE  ^���INTERNALand EXTERNALo��-  Dr. A. Johnaon knew l'"'"'1^, ���Svil  .wlien In IS10 he perfjctn.l "�� �� ' ��� i  rnmedy lor liine and tlirc at trom "J ;nd I  well a�� for oiita. burns, tirulane. " , ,,,  lame mn.cl��. 25 Mid ^- *[,?''%*��.  I. S.  JOHNSON <Ss CO., Boitou, THE IJGADEK, MOYrE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  J5*"i*ws  IA5AL CATARRH  AFFECTS HEARING  Travel Talk.  Duiing tlie nioiuu of December  thc-Je ib probably inoie tia\ei lrom  Wfotcin Oman a to tne F,u���t, Ctie.n  u.lutin ami J^uioiic, iiji, .-joui.il <jii.j  itiiuuuiiu, tua/i at u.iy vn.ai pei^o.j  ot iiiti jetu. It io the unit- HjUeii tut:  tuiiiivi ntia leaped lu^, i.ui\e=t ai.a  euii c-omumpmie bjA'iidiiig cii*iaLu��i��  ana jve\> 1 eur��, and m most tiioe^,  t.iiee mojitlia willi jliia lainily and  iiiei.uft. ii4:ci,'gui/ing the \niin- oi  odd uavel, it Jiito ueen thc custom  ox the lailioads to eiicouiage <md 10&-  tC'.' im.* movement, ho thai long joui-  i.oya can be made witii "liiht ciui4  accommodation at tne miiiuiiuin oi ex-  peii.'ie  A SHEEP DOG.  WVHTYSDOIVI  DESCRIBED  Puppyhood  Is the  the Future Worker. j  He revel', in a  puppy** fieedorn till '  he is aboni nine months old, and then  eornf-s tfie nine when "school",begins. ]  Some 111^:1 begin when a puppy is only  foiir or live inonrhs' old to teach him ,  to "mi down" at the word of'comniand,  b.it  -mle-M, Uiib  training  lb done systematically and not oveidone so as to ,  tire and  disgust  the  baby  pupil  it  is J  beltoi left alone till he j caches aripei  age.   The first thing to do at the age'  of eight or nine months is to accustom  Time    ��.     School    Kington  Man T.JI^Ha^H^uflsr.-  "For  years  a mar  tyr,"   is   how   Chas.  H.    Powell,    of    105  Raglan Street, King  ston,       begins      his  story.       "A    martyr  to     chronic'    constipation, but now I am  j'ree from it and  all  through   the   use  of  Dr.   Leonhardt's Anti-  Pill.  I  was  induced to   try Anti-Pill  by  Chas. H. Powell  ttiKi  m   ''woinance   ��� un  uh.s ^owtn at his collar til! you hourly expect lnra ianJ hfld t8  nofe inipioved 11* seiv-ce ho much that *0 elioke  and  mailing   night  arid  day | ,reJKiej ac  mos't ot  this tiavel now paw��eB ovei hideous with his plaintive protests un-   worfce    rat  tiieii line.   Jihey are thib year ndvei- til hoarseness compels him to suffer In   tolf] me t],  \vi,ii��� ti,.. 1. 1 i,../, ,,,,,-   ii,,   Ujls 1<cs,,esti* I'omping bit of unghood   reading'the testimony    of   some   one  Witniii tlie Uot ho jean, tl e   to the discipline of a kennel and chain.   who ha(1 beea cure(i 0f constipation by  ^ariudiau Nortliein hub giov.n rapidly   This 1)e wm furiously resent, tugging   u     j had'.suffered for eighteen years  and   11? i'C<'oidance   �� un  tin.*,  K*oi\tii   at his collar til! you hourly expect him ianJ hfld tal{en tong   of   stuff    recom-  " ' "'"'" ....   .-- ^ cures but which made me      __j;Jier   than    better.   Doctors  . . told me there was no 'cure for me. Dr,  Using  11 JMO late  liom  all   points,  in   silence.  He will  soon  learn, however,   L-e0Iii*ardTs  Anti-Pill   cured   me."  .viiijiiU'ba,    Dauphin    and;-South    to   that no one wlslvs to hurt him; thnt         - ���  pOuito  in   Eantein  'Canada,   Moutioal   the  chain  is  only a    necessary    evil  and   went, 'with   coirenpohciingly ' low   which must be worn for a certain part  of'each day and for ^yery homyoi the  night, and that the glad moments of  release when he Is let off for a good  run, each morning and evening, .fully  make up for the Imprisonment of the  rest of the day., It is a,t this time ab-  All dealers or the Wilson-Fyle Co.,  Limited, Niagara Falls, Ont. 602  lUJeH from nil other point*, and to  points east oi Montieal, Gieat Jiiitani  aiid  Europe.   From    all  nations    \n  \ b'abkutchewan and Albeita mote aie  very  rcducect  rates to  point-,  in  the  ''eeiitial taiilcs,  and hpeeial    rates'  to  Utt. R, J. ARLESB  FINDS RELItIF IN RE-RU-NA.   ���  >,.r |t J. ArU-fiO, 101- City Hall Ave,.  'ivntriol. Quebec." I" w old Iteiitlomaii of  'A' '..,.:,,���,,.���,.,.   hurinir   nerved   tbirty-  Oalifornia points with a through torn- Bolutely ���ecessary to Jteep your sheep  ibi /ear pveiy two week*, f.om Winnii". P"i��. on "���� ��**����: ���,s Is. * �����L��_8tJ.!!V  ������eg to l.pb Angeles  They anticipate a very lurge bu&i-'  ness this yeai, which anticipafibn will  no"di)ubt lie realized ah their f-etvu'e  is now Of the very highest io be found  umongtit 'railmads  any��here  oii. thiti  portant time of his life. It(is the time  when, If at large and neglected, he is  liable'to learn to chase birds and rabbits 'with- the irresponsible "mongrel1*  always to be found on a,farm or ranch  or sheep run; also it Is the time when.  if left alone and not'wafched. he may  continent. A very notable feature ip (lpve-op for himspir and ungulded that  thnt they thtow open the loule to stron ,ove o�� w0,.klng H),oc--p that-.Is  Eflrflei-n-Cannda via    St.    Paul - and   -n his nature, and that may lead to him  Gc-ri. Urugere, ' ex,-commander-in-  chief of-the French army, will tie the  guest of ���Pieoidcnt Eooj-evelt when he  arrives m .the United State.-* cdurin��  h's$ trip lound. the'world. ,     "  Mother Graves' Worm ' Exterminator has tlie largest sale of 'any himilar  preparation sold' in  Canada.   1, lt a'  A   florK-r  nnd   ��*-  Cow.  WIipii in m> "*<���"?. ���'��� 'l'..-!ns -seven (  tows imitiiiiig .iii��] ci.t-ling .iii'i *'�� l��n- I  m the farm all *i.t.".. 1 I'l.ulc favyti-' (  ,i 1 1,,j pi.11c .mil .1 lni.-li'lll n'i'.v��� 1  \I��>JI> and ric-'- TalK Jbont your j  plij��.'ic.il -.Miipnlliv: \K~\iv. itA'-'-'J-* V-\- I  iht-t'c. Molly was mj -addle- horse, -i 7  -.lnrflt- foiitf-r of ran- '������\rollonct-. 1 '  conld ride her with one lin-'or ou tlie '  rein** into the iii'M forliidiiiug places  Old Hess���"h. shv U-.W1 t-J kick a tootll |  out once in awhile and, put her foot in 1  the pail of milk, but the dear girl |  would follow me about with the affec- ;  tion of a chilli! Well. I was absent  'from the old home live.years and re  turning found that of all the animal.*'  only Molly and Bess remained. ln>  agiiie my distress when Molly refused  to notice rcirar^nii! While wondering  at Ibis 1o<is of friendship I felt a warm,  r.isplike thing going over my hand,  'which was behind my back. .Turning,  I, saw dear old Ross. Without notice  she had come to,lh-k me. If ever animal spoke with eyes apd manner she  did. Her happlm--*. at seeing me asaiii_  after so long a period was apparent to  all observers, und during my brief stay  at home It was all'l could do to keep  her fi cm "following me into the house.t  ITCHING WAS SO BAD  COULD NOT SLEEP NIGHTS  Eczema  Spread Over the Body and  Suffering Was Almost Sndescrihahle  ���Cured by  r. Chase's Ointment.  wnvs  given' satisfaction   by  health' lo  the'Jitle tolks.��  restoring  .-.tjurh to such, a degree that it affec  ie<t mv/ hearing,' '1 " "' '"  , '|hi-'>va���'<aiiiraet<id sortie ivtcnty ypavt  L-u ',. heuiu exnoscd to ��� drttusht-i ,a��u  i,i..;liii (haiiBea of temperature.  I ���'! have been under the' treatment o^  specialists and'have used many, drugs  recommended as, specifics .for'catarrh  i.i'the head and throat���all to no purpose. s ,    '   ���-   ��� .1; '  '���',     ' *  ������About  Direc yearn,, aco  X  was  induced,,  L> a TOitfrer'i ,in  oillco  to.try   l'eruna.  "Alter .some hesitation,"^as I frhad  Joubts as to results after'-so 'many  failures, I gave Peruna^ a trial,..and...  Bm happy to state'that after using  eight or Jen bottles (of' Pefunay I :��m  jruch improved'lin, hearing-, andyin  fereathing through, the^nostrils:!'      Ay.  fi        ' "V^    *-  B 1       -  word  "FoVTjliiacn." ,        ;  Torbidden" " Is; Var' funilliar,  abroad./in Italy It ls ;-vletato," in.Ger-  Bnanv  "verboteii,"   or, ��� more 'politely.  "uatersagt,',' and,, In France "defendu."  days (enjoyed eu��sitreiablu">epute ha*;  -juM>ctl'rfiuni the .scene, innhe peibou  of William l.innpll.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria  -'  1.1  *        .     1   ��>!>      . '   ,. '       I'  Till*   ttlKKCKl   Tv,l'"*��-��l>��*.f        - OgllV  The l)lgg<;-**l telescope hi'the world ls  the Cooimo'u telescope, live full feet Id  ataiiieicr.'twonly'inches wider than the  Ing him up protects him fro-n���hlmse!f.  It, also protects him froni his frifnd.-u  No'sheep'dog is ever worth anythln::  which has been petted, and fondled  and' made much of as a puppy. V.'o-  I'men are the Worst offenders In this  I-way, women and children.���W.- H.  ' Ogllvle In Live,Stock Reporter.   .  Shoeing theFarm Horse.  The wear and  fear  on    horseflesh  and  "TCiffhl ihousaiKl two huntlicd and  fitly callous of water from the River  Jorilan 'has bc-cn shipped to N<;��  y��akw'wheie it'will be uped Mr bap-  Ijrfinal purpose-,.  ' ���     1       ���  0  ��  BILEANS A "WOMAN'S MEDICINE"  i*  A Clock,Run l��r MonToner. . t A  He" was a' fine old man who'had been  Ito South America, but \vno;wa.s de-  [votlng bis old. ago, to acting ass the  jworks of the-clock In; Uie v piazza'In  jcnprl. It was he -who rang thosejnany.  [many bells we heard and puzzled 'oven,  (Some forty rapid.- higlfpilehed bellsat^,  ] 12:12, seven" bells-of deeper tone at  Jg.OtJ, and so on..  phrchased' by" the irarvnrd college .observatory, which piiicpcflpil at once!'to  mount itou'lho observatory grounds at  Cambridge., The work'has been ueces-  ���a-iliy slow.' roi-'inQuntiiig a great tele-  gcope Is not like'hill Ids n?(a house.  STARVED  BY ANAEMIA.  Health   Restored 'by   the-Rich   Blood  ��� -y-  Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills  ,   Actually  Make., " '  "Tliousands and thousands "of young  girls throughout Canada^aro literally  _ - ... - :.ui.' hAnnlnPo    rlnrtlino    ir\T    t.nP  (old  passing into'xhopeless decline for the  want oi new rich red blood s,o abundantly supped by Dr. Williams', Pink  Pills.. -Thev are distressingly weak;  pale or sallow, appetite fickle, > sub-  .dola.de had'asked;^ngelo^thej^^^^ ^^^  1'man's son, tovexplain these,seeming, ^F^^,  at th(/ ie^t.excrUon..  The  iirrcgularitles/and'had'learned ;tbrit_ tlie  jbplls were only Intended 7to appfoxi  [mate the hour; thatHiIs father was old-  [and occasionally Vfofgoi 'andjrang  too. 'raaVe new'blood-^jthey1-  [iittlo'ort too >mucli,;?aIso'',ttiat:-'he>viis   <-}USi ^ surely.as food"  doctors" callA'tliis anaemia���which, is  the medical'-name for bloodlebsness.  Di- \Williams"'rPink..lPills" actually  cure anaemia  cures hunger!  substi   work with less weariness.' Heavy  shoes have no particular advantage ex  cept for large,truck-horses on stpna  roads, where 'shoes .wear out ..quickly,  Kveiidn such cases it ls doubtful if too  heavy shoes prove of'any value. Cer,  talnly for farm horses light shoes are  much more satisfactory.-- The effect1;  -of such a change are,quite noticeable  'shortly after they are put.on. and in a  vear's time the^extra.amount pf work  that is obtained from* a'horse will more  than pay for the shorter time that light  shoes mar wear.���Amei lean , Cultivator.  ?-, ���. > ,.  [but a man and that hunger, sometimes,  jcame gnawing 'at his "vitalsy, at,'-say.1'  11:45, whereupon he rang for i2'o'clock.  ! and wandered ^hpme- to .his spaghetti  [ills appctlte^also"accounted for"'oeea  [slonnl delays In tlie bell-for 1 "o'clock  [Suppose Archangeld's mother was late  [in the, cooking of - tbe .midday meal  i could his father return to the piazza  i without his luncheon? And what does  [a quarter of ���an'-hour matter after all'/  ' In Capri 'lt*ls truly dolce far nieute.-  Scrlbnpr'" .,.  Kerens a bit of-tlie strongest kind .  evidence:-"Dr. ".Williams* Pink Pills  ,ancU'nothing' else saved; my two  daughters" when do'clors 'failed to help  "iheniA This statement is made by  MrsAJokeph' irartel/St*. Oliver street,  Quebec. ' She adds: "My daughters  are aged respectively twenty-two and  twentv-three   years.      For  two  years  li ii only necessary to read the test-  ' iiiiomals to be convinced that'Hoilo-  Iv, ni's corn cure is unequalled for the  lu'inoval of corns, warts, etc. If-is a  i co nplete estinguisher."  AN  IDEAL.  Takln1 things easy���that's tho trick  That's hardest Of all  to' learn;  This   w-oild   keeps   steppln"   along   bo  quick  An' dodgln' at .every turn  <-    That^we close "our ears to the lazy  wrifr ' ,  That  Summer Is stngln* the whole  day  long, ,.  .\n'   we get  to thlnkin'   Its   wholly  wrong *    *    ,  Td be takln' things easy.  Tiikin' things easy, with duty d'inc,  An' never'a thought of fear  Wlmn the shadows close at the set of  sun.  An' tho moon and stars draw near���  Tho   real   reward' that  a  man   kin  claim   '  Jn tho search Cur wisdom an' wealth  an' fame,  Is the chance,    some    time,  without  risk or 'blame.  To be takln: things easy.  Jhe Weaving Horse.y - ���  "Weaving" consist's in 'a motion of  the head, neck and -body from side to  side, like .the shuttle, of a weaver pass-  ing"thrr,uglr the web, and,, hence the  name given vto this peculiar and incessant motion. It indicates, an impatient,  Irritable temper and a,dislike to confinement in ,ttie'-stable. A horse,thus  affected will seldom be in good flesh 01  be safe to ride of drive.. It .is not considered to be^a.disease, but merely an  individual vice.' and ^here' is rno ..cure  for*it tbat'I'am aware of.���Veterinary  ln'Atlanta Constitution.       .   -  Horse Blinders Injurious.  '"Ah" expert horsemen long agcaban  doned the use of'tilindeis. They are  not permitted in any cavalry" service,  and horses tha,t pull fir.e.fighting apparatus and have need for all the eyes  they have never wear the obnoxious  sn.uai-os of .leather ,and brass.���Farm  and Ranch^       "   Kidney Duty.���U H the partu-uliir tunc-  <"<���! of tlio kidneys to niter out poisoni  whu li 'ikihh throuth tlicin into the blood.  Whin the kidnevH rire diseased tliey '"an-  ��"t do their whole duty, and nhoulil hino  Hi" 'ii-lp nnd strength Uiat South Am-  <ri.-in Kidney Cure will afford in nay  ���i'���l .ill fomiH of kidney disorder. It rein \,'s 111  6  houra.���14  Oolf   nml   Mic   I.lvcr.  '!olt is the greatest of nil games. It  is thu only recreation that is at ono and  Hie same time health giving and a  complete preoccupation without being  unduly physically exhaustive. But 1  am piofouncllv convinced that it is far  lM-ttei- for a man's liver that he should  I'l.n n poov gainp'than a good one. I  '���now lrom personal experience that It  '-. t.n- lielter for the. liver.to play ��  willy bad game. Nothing stirs up the  hvor like the irritation, the excitements  and the paroxysms of a really bad  f-'1'mc.���Loudon Graphic.  earlier, it would not. only havo saved  me monev, but much .worry and anxiety as well. Both girls were as pale  as a sheet. They suiieiod from headaches,'poor appetite, and grew so  'feeble that they ,'could hardly go  about. Thev were under a doctors  care, but did not improve a bit. I  despaired of ever seeing them 111 good  health again, when a friend called my  attention to Dr. Williams <��� Pink Pills.  Soon rafter lhey began the pill,s there  was an improvement in their condition and .in less than a couple of  months thev -weie again enjoying  good health, active robust girls. 1  am so grateful for what Dr. A\ llliams  Pink Pills have done for my children  that, 1' btronglv lecommend them to  every mother who has a weak, pale-  meed boy or cirl." . ' '  Dr. Williams- Pink Pills do pnlj  one thing, but they do it "well���Uiey  actunllv make new, rich blood. 1 hey  don't tinker with symptoms. lhey  act on the bowels. -They Simply  change bad blood into good blood ancl  thus strike straight at the loot of  such common ailments as headaches,  sideabhes and backaches, indigestion,  anaemia, nervous exnaustion, neutai-'  "���ia. St. Vitus dance, partial paraljsis.  and the special, painful, secret ailments of growing girls and women.  Bold hv all medicine .dealeis or by  mail nt 50 cents 'a box ov six boxes  for $2 50 from the Dr. Williams Medicine Co , Brockville, Out-  vmiie   M-iiiinniti.  Custle Williams, on Governors Island In New York bay, was named for  rolonel Jonathan Williams, lirst superintendent of West Point, known a.  ���-father of the engineer corps' and designer of most of the fortifications  around New Yoik harbor, including th.  ine which bears hIs, name. ^  An   13x<ri.o.-��IIn-��rr   Forr-xt.  The most extraordinary Vorest In the  world was discovered by Dr. Wcl-  wilscb and occupies a tableland some  six miles in width near tho west coast  of Africa. The peculiarity of the trees  is that, though their trunks are as  much as four feet in diameter, they attain Ihe height of only a. foot. No1 tree  bears more than two leaves, and these  ���ittain a length of six and a byeadth of  two fect.0 ,-     --"-.     :' 0- ;       .������'"���. s .'  For Coughs  *i-  Tlie  Turtinoluc  lianil. ,  Sinai was known as' the '.'turquoise  land" in very aticient times, 'and Dr.  Flinders Petrie believes that it was  the first tuluing center Jn the world.  Jn his book on the subject Dr, L'etrie  tells of the various expeditions sent to  Sinai by the Egyptian'government. At  the head of the, party was the "commander," or "bearer of the seal of the  god." the pharaoh. The oliicial staff  consisted of "masters of the house of  metals," or assaycrs, scribes and secretaries, to make inventories of the  output of the mines. Even more modern were the,."devisers or metals,"'or  prospectors. The workiug staff consisted of miners aud their assistants  The commissariat bad cooks, bread  bakers, water carriers and even a doctor attached. The mines could ouly be  worked for a certain period, from  .January to May, wlilc-h is exactly-the  best period Tor archaeological work in  Sinai today. The miners lived in camps,  and the so called forts and camps  were really miners' villages.  r  Vulgarity nnrt  Hie ?f\c.  Vulgarity    is    certainly    commoner  among nlcn than among women, and,  indeed, when a woman is vulgar sho  Is apt to display  tbe qn'nlity in  high  perfection.   The reu��on why it is rare  among  women  is  that the  emotional  nature is stronger among women than  among men, and thu*, when* men are  ambitious,   fond  of  displaying  power,  anxious to carry out dpsigns, desirous  of recognition, women are sympathetic,  tender, affectionate, subtle; thoy value  relations   with others more  than   performances, they encourage and console,  because they are intoivstpd in tin* person who desires sympathy  more than  In  thc   aims   which   he nourishes.     If  one's  main   interest, in   life  '.s   in  the  personalities that surround one. one is  not likely In :>e tempted by vulgarity,  because tho essence, again, of vulgarity  is  that  it tends  to affix  an altogether    fictitious    value    to    material  things.    A  man  who pursues   wealth,  comfort, power, position, is always in  danger of vulgarity.���A. C. Benson-in  Atlantic. s ���".. ..  Peril   of  Krrlnfr  Sol<ll<-r.��i.  "Strange its-'it may i'ecm." said a, former colonel of a ������Manhattan- "regiment.-  "members of state military organizations will continue to, violate duty calls  while knowing full.'well that by so doing In certain instances tlipyyrcuder  themselves 'marked men fi..' life. ,'Th'e  fact Is probably not generally known  among citizens that ,'a dishonorably,  discharged militiaman is forever barred from holding, public .ottice. whether  this applies to. tbe municipality, the  commonwealth or the .federal government. I know of sonic cases where  men with dishonorable discharges have  fallen to speedy ruin upon, full realization of the serious consequences attaching to conduct unbecoming a sol  dler."���New X9rli- F*��m.  Grateful .Wives   and   Mothers, Testify  to''Their Value. ' ,  ' ijileiins hnve been called "a'woman's medicine" becau��e of tnoir exceptional fitness for the various ailments peculiar to the tex, as'>ell as  for diver .'disorders and ' btomach ailments generally. Unlike most, liver  arid,stomach medicines, Bileans con-  \n\\\ no bismuth, mercury, or ~ any  .mineral whatever. From coating to  ke'nial they are purely vegetable."'  j-Mrs'. JV Whitfield,, of Swan Lake,  (���Man.)', *avi:���"Bileans have done me  li wonderful amount of good,''1 can  hardly.describe how badpl"feli before  I-took them. I-could hot eat but that  it caused pain. There was1 a constant sensation of. tightness in yjny'  ride, and mv liver 'was entirely out  of'order. M could not sleep at nights.  .-Suffered also from'kidney trouble, and  -'was altogether in a rundown'and veiy  s-erious condition. I .had been ailing  in this way for years,'and it is gratifying lo find that Bileans are equal  to mv  cafce.',*" ' ,  Mrs. Wm. Hall, ' of (.Dean Lake,  pays: ���"I have proved-Bileans ve.iy  a;ood for constipation; from -which I  suffeied a'great deal. They cured me."  Mrs. J. II. .Thompson, of Cleveland Park, says:���"For irregularities  and painful periods I" can highly le-  commend Bileans. They proved a  gieat blessing to" me-ancl, restored me  to.health when I'had become very ill.  and very despondent."        ,     ���'  Bileans are absolutely* unequalled  for female ailments and irregularities,  constipation, pilesV anaemia, debility,  rheumatism,* blood' .impurities, .etc.  Thev tone up the system and enable  it''to, throw <��� off A colds f and chills]  Strengthen girls "just emerging into  womanhood, and speedily-'restore en-  e'rgv and strength to" those who are  rundown." Of all druggists at" 50c. a  box," or post free from'the Bilean Co.,  Toronto, jm leceipt of,p,n'ce. 6 boxes  foi $2.50.    ,    ,  .Colonies of beavefs are to b'e found  o.n the Turtle and-jOehre rivers east  o'f Dawson. One colony has started  work' building a'dam on the* Ochre  nver at the railway bridge near the  village. "  CARE OF'THE BABY.  V mothers work anil worryt in car-,  in�� for her little ones is greatly lightened if she has on hand a safe remedy  ior thi' cuie of indigestion, colic, soui  stomach. con^ipation, diairhoea.  ���jimpled'ever.-, und the other little ailments that aie apt to come to chil-  dien -suddenly. For' these - troubles*  rsnbv's Own Tablets aie bettei than  unv'oth'er medicine, -They are mildlj  laxative, piompt 111,their action/ and  a few dosen usuallv leaves the0j*hild  in peifeet health,. They do not .contain an atom of opiate or poisonous:  soothing stuff. They always do good  ���they cannot possibly do harm, and  mnv be given with equal safety to the  new born infant orrwell grown child.  ,Mrs. Reginald James, Fenaghvale,  Ont says: "J have used Babyfs Own  Tahi'ot*-- 'and find them unexcelled 'as  a medicine' foi children.' They- promote sleep and geneial good health..  You can get. the'tablets from your  rliuL'Rist or by mail %t 23 ccnU 11 box  hv writintr 'the Dr. Williams Mcni-  ciiie Cp., Brockville, Ont.  j This letter will be appreciated b>  ! persons who have suffeied from itching skin disease because it gives some  idea of the mireiv ac-compaiiying ouch  ailments. At tell, of a remaikable  cuie.   , ,,      ,  Mr. Win. Castle, Eagle Hill, Alta.,  wiites:���"About 'Nov. 1st., '"1903, 1  broke out with oinall red blotches on  my arms and they afu-i w a 1 dfa spread  all over my body." It v.as .so itchy  that I could not sleep at night.-., for  scrat'ehing. I suffered untold rrnseiy  and was almost driven lo desperation  d tned everything at hand an,d my  fiiends iec-oninier.,lp,J \aiiouS lemedieo  all to no avail. ,t  "When I b��gan the use of Dr.  Chase's.Ointment I'had little hope nf  relief l>ut thej. iPsult h.in beon wonderful From Ihe f 1 r.-1 tin? propagation  jjave leljei fiom the dreadful ilchiiiPj  und it has now btought about a cuip,'^  Thc day is  past  when-^iepphujj^i'  .*   satLsfied   with   an   iritfc^uii^frpat  for itchini; skin disease  be  ment  more satisfactoiy to applv-,-, an ennt-  ment and witnena the beneficial results, instead of taking medicine and  hoping that in time the debited effects will be obtained.  This change of opinion has hugely  come about tbiough me ��--\tiaoidinary  cures being brou<;lit about hv Di.  Chase's Ointment. Eczema, -,ah rheum  psonasij-.tettei, scihl ln-ad.-.ind all the  dieadful itclnng --kin disea-e*. winch  touui-e childien and giowu ]>eople  alike, aie not lield in, -uch tenor  since the men!*-, of tin-, gieal ointment liave  become  known.  By Un healing, soothni", atitioeptid  infliience Dr Cha'-e's Ointinent 'ilean-  ,-es the senpk, .illay-* the inflammation  stops tb^?itehinE, a.-ici heals'the'raw,  llamiHKfle1-!! Iu the ni"-t himple as  \\ygFnir, the most agg-tavated >\d\\ h'-  ^nation or ciui.-tmn, thi'j ointment  '1^1 certain to give highly .-.ntisfactoiy  re-ulU;' 00 ci-nls a mix, n't all denl-  ei��, or F.dniiinsoii, liatc- t-c (V> , Toronto. '  Thtipi? bundled'yeai* ago was bom  Kic-liard l!ur.by, hlt-tml niantyr of Wpst-  rnin-itui- i-chool, wh'oiie nnn'ie lias become almost pioseibml as a tjp'i- of  the "iod of ii on" schoolmn*tpi  ���    $100 REWARD $100.  The readers of Xh.\* pap*r -will be pl��o����d toJ learK  tfaftt tb^re If at lean oue dreaded dlaeft'O tbat eaittnee  hae been, able to cure, ln all ill >ta��ie��, and,that lt  Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure li the onljr potltlre  cura now known to the iue��'..'e*i f raternttv. Catarrh  bema a <-o>u>*.it**UonAl d,^^a^e, rnouiref a conxtita.  tlonal tirntmfnt. Hali'i. Catarrh Cure Ih taken In.  ternal),, actlflg dt-ectl^ on the blnod aud muco'ifl  iurtacM�� of the ���'j^teBj, thereby de��tro^njr the foend  atlon of the d .aa.*, and if, ring the patient rtrecRth  bj. bull.l.nir up the ron*tltjjt.on and fc*��,!.-inB nature  In do.nu it' work. The proprietor*,' bsie eo muoh  faith In It. curative power* th��l tho* offer One Hundred Hollar* for eny rase that it fall* to tfure. Send  for ],.tof te^tlmouiaU ' n     ,    r"  Addreea: F. J. CHENEY 4 Co.'. Toledo. O.  < Sold by druBe'it* I'-k. ' .   , ,       ,  Take Hull". I'umllj Fills for conatlpatloa.  The 'HUr^-iail   lililll-t.'l   nf     Will'     1)H-  i-h.'-i'ij a -ehuol muiij; to icvi'liitniiuiiy  epllit   (U   *-,,U'l'-llt-.  Sii RuhPit Ihdl.'tlie Piiiiiicitt a-tu>n-0  oniei.  ilei-laii-s   that   M��l.niH).(l(|i>  yt'in-s  havp Map-ii-il -luce the eaitl,  hi'i-aun*  cool i-noiieh to -upiioit lit'*.  Those   WorrylnK   Pilesl-One   aaplifation  of  Dr ' Agnew s  Oinimc-nt will < cive    y<'"y  < unfoil.   Applied 'oipry   rnirhr   ftjr   thioo  'o mv night'-- amiya < urc is effected in the,,  ���noit  Muhborn case- of Blinii.   Blccdine or .  Ilchin-'   Piles     , Ilfr-    -U'new'.-    piattr.ciit  ',-ul-e-   Hi-ifiiin   niul ,nll  'in-hmi   and, Inn a-   -  ns- 'Kmi 'iIim-.t-c-- ' H    at ts    like    m.-'Bio  $j cent-,- 16, >  The t.uiff action ot Kmopeaii c-oun-  tiie* is recriirded at Wanhlnpton as ,a  menace to" Dniied  States  tiade.  Sloat   KlrTalrtl   niver.  'The most elevate*'.', river In the 'world  is the* Doai/uanclc-ro: iu Bolivia. The  averasr- eluv-iitloii u'.ove the-lerel of  the sea is about lf!.o60'ff'et. '  i  ainn'H   IJcbiiNlnjr;  Influence.  ' "Tliis African explorer whose experiences are being published iu some of  the papers says parrots are1 delicious  .eating:. ' h always thought'they we.re  very tough." , ���   \ ���  "But he refers to wild pacrots. Its  their association with mesa that makes  most    parrots '' touidi."     (  '���     '��� "' ,-<>  " The Canadian Pacinc Ry. are again  running,their annual excuisions . .to  Eastern Qanada from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the tickets, being on.sale November 24th to'December 31st'and good to retuin within  three months. y <,    ,'       '���    . i. "  V*rr  Aistrrjivntlni*;.  Maud���As if Ii wa-u t bild enough to  tinve'no men ysciirts at the beach, the  manager made t!niijj;s still more aggravating. ' ,','. " ��� - ' a  f Mabel���In what way?  , Maud���He hhed a female orchestra  to-furnish ,mu*-ic for the hotel.���Cleye-'  hiud'l'lalu 1-eal1'"-,  ' Dairy Utensils.  In li'uving dairy utensils it is a good  plan  to' ge't those  with as few  seams  and rough sui faces as possible. Tbej  are mucn easier to keep clean.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget  Cows.  Game i�� veiy plentiful in noitln-ul  Ontario,,"and the couutiy '.*>. full ot  Vnieiican'spoitsmen.  r'  Isip Disease in the Bud.���lt( is difficult to eradicate a disease after it has  become seated, theiefore.it is wise to  take anv ailment in its initial stages  ���md bv such remedies as are sufficient,  -top it in its course. Cold is tlie com-  nionest* complaint of man, and when  reelected leads to serious results. Dr.  .Thomas' Eclectric Oil will cure the  severest cold or most violent cough.  I ' ��� ���" *  The sub-contract for cairying the  ���nail between Battlefoid and Udmon-  'on has been renewed^-with Mr. Bal-  lc-ndinc.  Nerv. usness. Dyspepsia, Indigestjon. and  .mdied ailments, take wines before.the  lealins*:    qualities    of    South    American  oiMiK'.    rThomai   Ito^kins.   of   Durham.  "Jut.  1  ho   worst   u'iui    va    ��.-. .   md   Dyspepsia.   He   has   recommended   it  o  others >\ith   gratifyini  Teat  neive  builder.-���12  ,.   -       Thc  now  ni>��\ 'the^Stlek.  Professor tWilhelm Wundt, the fa"  mous1 German*'psychologist, tells- of  tea'chiug a dog to jump" OTer a 'stick.  Oue day the professor commanded his,  dog to jump, but held out no stick.  At first thc dog seemed surprised, and  on repeated ordering to jump he barked.- At last be sprang into the air and  barked very vigorously,"as if to complain of the absurd aud ridiculous command to jump -when no stick was held  out.  n ������.���.���.   A Cure for Costiveness'.���Coltivenesf  comes from the lefusal of the excretory organs to perform their duties re-  gularlv from contributing causes, usu-  ollv disordered digestion. Parmelee's  Vegetable Tills, prepared on scientific principles, aie so compounded  that certain ingredients in them' pass  through the stomach ancl act upon  the bowels so as to temove their loi-  por and arouse them to proper action. . Many thousands are prepared  to bear testimony to their power in  tins  lespect. ;  A Successful Medicine. ���Kveiymie  wifches to be successful in any unclei-  takin'g in which he may encage. It  is therefore, extremely gratifying to  the propiietorg of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills- to know that their efforts  to compound a medicine which would-  piove a, blessing',.to mankind have  been successful beyond -then expectations.' The endorsation -oi these puis  by the public^ is a--guarantee that a  pill has been produced which will tul-(  fil'���everything,claimed ,for il.    ,      ...  ,*' *��� ���Home. S\v<?et   Home.-', .- <���  Probably   no  one   would.' have   been  more surprised (ban Sir Henry. Bishop  himself could be have foro*.oen that a  single melody, iu one of his nnmeroui  operas   vroukl   achieve   such   celebrity  that at the present day it is still sung  t-.y leading prima donnas at fashionable  concerts, jam-led on *-tieet organs and  Soved by a vast public.that knows noth-  ���tig of music, proi'crly so called, as the  purest ,i-epre*>ent.itioii   of   the ( English  spirit-���'��� Home. Swert Ilomo."    ';Clai-l.  ihe Maid of Milan.'" the'opera in which  <lu*   favorite somi  occurretl.  has  long  been coiiMeuPil to the limbo of forgot-  ,1011 mus-.ca! work-, but "Home. Sweet  Home." ' survbe*.   with ' undiminished  popularity   and   i-   likely   to   survive  when many more pretentious composl  tlous    have    followed    -The    Ma'.d    of  M'lau"    into    oblivion  The New York Central has again  been found' guilty of nibnting to a  .Sugar  leiining company        .' .  Thomas Moore, the author of "Irinh  Melodies," 'i& having a monument elected to his memoi*. on Jinglish ��oil.  His grave is in fJromham cluivchyai-cl,  a few mile-, fiom Devr/.cib. and over it'  a tall Celtic eio--!- oi Connaught lime-  ���stctno  ha- been creeled.  ',,   ,*  ?<S  ARTISTIC  Toilet Ware  ���, r  ���.���ciuili'. rThomai Uc-kins. of Durham  ���Jut., took his preachers advice, followed  lirections, imd was cured periranently of  he   worst   form   of   Ncr\ous   Prostration  rebiilts.   It's  a  The Canadian Pacific "Ry. are nulling a seiies of Winter Excursions to  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C from  ill stations in Manitoba, Alberta ancl  Saskatchewan.  Itch', Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes by  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  Siilnliiir   1,'niler   Q.ll>cltnn.itrl.  Most of the siih*uui- consumed'In the  Cnited States comes from Louisiana,  whore arc vast deposits at a dtpth of  from 000 to S00 ft-ct. As there ls a  layer   of   quicksand   a   hundred   feet  hick above the siuplnir. it was impos-  mMc   until   lately   to   get   out   paying  ���uimtitics Now, however, it is secured by driving down two pipes. One  !>ipe curies a jet of steam, which, com-  ���n'g in contact with the solid bed of  sulphur, melts it into a liquid. This is  then forced to the surface by r.ir presume through the oUiot pipe.  Go*il   Abrnslon.  A gold coin passes from one hand t��  ���mother times before, tha  stamp or impression upon it becomss  obliterated by friction, while a silver  coin changes hands times  before It becomes- entirely defaced.  is.'*,:: iWWTB rantpm ce ss��� ���.>.���������-  METALtlC ROOFING C?  .������,-S-~,V-.-,,''..^ -'VH �����* l;T,c: 0,iSS..-V.: . .;'.  A^y'AV^r'lSl.INlsIsP E:Go OA  ��.*nll   Slicnrlnn:.  Fall shearing if- beneficial In pi-epar-  lu1-- lambs- for early winter market.  The work should be done eaily in the  reason. The removal or the fleece hastens thc fattening process, and game  .re miulo ot a ������lieancr rate.  Ttade ffarK  (n �����. vanity of rty'et.  fabrics' ��iw" pticei, for  w��rnei��, men and ,  children. Faim-SttedO  Dealers *r�� ��utriorij;cd  to rcplaea instantly *"*d  at vox cant any Pell-  Angl�� g��mi��nt ,f��ul*y  in material ��r making.  Pen-Angle Underwear is form-knit  so it can't help  fitting your figure,  ���it's made of  lorig - fibred wool  so it won't shrink  ���and it's guaranteed besides. The  whole idea is to  make it so good  you can't afford  not to buy by the  trademark (in  red). .'���   205  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Colds,   etc.  Sir Andiew Lusk���thc Grand Old  Man ot London���was 9G on Sept. lb.  He was born at Barr, in Ayrshire,  close upon five years before W atei loo,  and exactly nine clays prior to the  "Iron Duke's" other victory nt l\i^=-  aco, Sept   27, 1810.  Minard's LimmciH v.o.. Limited  Gentlemen���1 have used MINAKJJ b  I.IXIMKXT on my vessel and in m>  familv for veara. and for the everyday i'lls and accidents of life I consider it has no einial.  1 would not start on a voyage without it. if it cost a doU-v a bottle  C VPT. F. R   DTLSJARDTX. ,  Schr. "Storke," St. Andre, Kaniour-  aska. ,  UNDERWEAR  JtlnvlfLends.  Blackheads are nothing more or less  than pores that are unclean. The skin  has been neglected at one time or other  and the pores have become clogged  with the poisonous waste materials  that the sweat glands are constantly  throwing off.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier has been invited by Admiral .Chester to attend the  banquet of the American Geographical  soeietv earlv in December, but as the  Dominion house will then be in session, he will hardly be able to accept,  the invitation.  TOILET WXRE in artistic  . abundance is pictured in the ���  pages of our Catalogue. Whether  your taste turns to Silver. Ebony, or  Ivory, it will find ample variety from  which to choosi.  From our own factory comes the  richly chased Pompadour Pattern in  hea\y S'erling Silver. A six-piece  set���consisting of Cloth, Velvet and,  Hair Brushes, with Mirror and Comb  ���is unprecedented value at $30.  Pieces are sold singlyn'if desired,  so that a set may b�� added to, year  , by year.  '       L it  Drop us a fioitml cmrd and VM tout  send}<iu fret qf charte our larft illur.  trr.ttdt-atalogue qfjru.tlry, Silvrv/art,  Leather Goods, tic.  Tmoitto.CM.  W    N     U     No.    612  .��:  * tt\      t'J  T    ��*    ���v.   ,  ���>     *v  .. * ��� *    -. &'  ? v,  ''Pit -I  A:  fO*y>--,, f-*.- '"!  " ".il if.? '.*-����� .  ' ' v fifc 'i w"  ,  i "im*.,.',', *?  /VbM��x&;  PJ-'iess  foSsMfe.fi  &&  l*J-  If**,.  ��!       "  yyis  \IM  $&#$  #���&$������  &&  IB  "3r_<5-fi?i  ,i:��f>  SRS  ���" I  1 I  4'*   TBE MOYIE LEADER.  ' in    V raise  _THfl LEAUKH, MOV[70.  BRITISH COLUMBL  Couch  Clia'iilierlaiii'a  Ilunicilj.  .There is noo her ni'-dicine manuf.ic-  ,, ,,,.,,.      , ~ "     I tmed that has received so much nralkP  I .U.l,rtcd ,0 the interest of the people \ ��nd so m my expressions  oT"gli 11  w>  I- O. CX F.  IVIldey X.udCe No. 41.  pe01' e I "" S�� ,n my ��P��W">a  or 'graiitudi-   Meets Tuesday evenings in VcfWn,  of Movie and East Kootenay. j - Chamberlain's   Cou.h   reme'dv.    1,   hall   on   Victoria  ������       iff*0'  _^ i ,ia '-Active, au I  promp;   reliof  follow-  \.-     ���      Mn*���.���" "iteueo.    Grateful  pwe.its   everywhere  J.   .J.   iMIHi'J,   Publisher.     j<fo n<?�� Imitate to testify to itc   rm-ni^,  -~~L�� ^1...-^. ^^^~=J=^._S..-_. i hylhe LciH-iit of others.    It is a.    cei-'  " I tarn cure for Group an 1 will prevc-ni  11 ie attack if given at ihe first appe.ir-  la-icoof the disease, It is cupeoMl'j-  adapt, d to c iildren as it is plci.-uni to  take and oDnt.ii.ig nothing 'injurious.  Mr. 13. A. ffii'iipbrey^a   well   known  Mr  1, , hall   on   Victoria  street. * Sojourning  ./      n.T.i c_n  __  ���* b  , Odd Fellows cordially invited  It. T. Hmv.tiiD, F. j. sMYTIIj  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  I'MOSi  I.IKEL  1>3C Year..  eatea OfrtUBS<;r.iyr:0��.  ..J2 00  reMdeutan.i'clerk in the store  of  Vx^~v^^^~|f^'-^^^iS  St. KiiKi'ac r.odjje N11. 37.  K. of P.  =----=:===^^t====^.-.U======-   lai,,,a Cu,,=l1 Itemedy to ward off croup  Cail is certainly king t|lls winter'      ,   *n? co1^ >�� my family.    I fou-.d it  to I   i 1_ '       |bdver.v   satisfictory and   it  gfvea   me  A hero is a ,1, i���   5vbo   J,enod   (o   P'^ure to roco nm,,,a iL���     Por ^  :o,fh,n,i,,���,������:..,..',A.       .     ' ���.   I ^ lha M^e D���o* �� Sta'iouerv Co.  Meets ev&ry Thursday  vening    in    McGregor  hall at S   o'clock.    Visiting brothers invited,   ���  G. H. ilWm.iv.       g. W. OnoHABD,     ,  Chancellor Com. '   K. 11, and S.  il  Comfortable  j      Rooms  and;  I ,   Best of  Tai?Ie Board.  J. A. QOUPILL; Propr.  '}>e 0.1' bund at the right timo and m,,,!,  cood  'Vancouver Wirld: It p.ivs to b ��������� a  Jog these d ns. Logs are worth $15 a'  ihousmd at Victoria.  NOTICE  "IN- Tirj M urEP. pt the  Ooinpmi..  -Act IS .7 ami the iinieii.Jin,' Ants, ami  m   the mutter of Tiio  Bliu-lc-.\r.ieKay  A1"'-'"? roaiji-iny,   Limited   uon-pur-  i BOuaMmfiUily.'  NOnoEia'lioreby^veu   t'hv.  t'irej  ra >nthB  V.yor SJh���^u-of   S.m' Waaciaco   ^^'2^^,^'.^^:  for the, bouTrt of labor it is to be h m'cd   "f'11',0 t,u> n",J*"' Miu'ia} oom-uny j.iwlt-  ��� that ho is.   -...'���( vV.?'V:rsor.,li'i,j,ili-,A  Moyie   Miners'   itnion  Wo. 71  W. F. of M.  ���Meets in McCregor hall every Saturday eveninff.*' Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend. 1  Jas  1.. w  I.lARKlCTB  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and    Towns   in  British Columbia.  MOYIE, B. "C. IE  P. 60BNS A GO  WHOLESALE AXv    KETAIL  IftEAT     MERCHANTS  Fresh  and Cured Meats, Fresh  f  PiuJi, Game an.i Poultry.   ^Ve,  supply  only   tho  best.     Your  trade solicilcc|��  COMMERCE  I JljLJc,  OF  Paid-up Capita!, $10,00o]o_^jleserve ^  HEAD OFFICETTORONTn  B. E. WALKER, Gencril .Manager      ' At,       NT��  '    .  *Ltl^llHCl  BRANCHES  THROUGHOUT PAv*. s  THIS VNr^B,.M^S ^^jg��  bankinc-'by jmail      ���  Business may be transacted by nnii ��� ������  of the Bank.   Accounts may be K*^^  made or withdrawn ,by mail.   Everv ^ 9nd d��i  to out-of;toTvu accounts   ~ ' ^"-tenti**.,, .���.  CRANBROOK. BRANCH.  attentionj;,  F,  C.  Sa3BZS>33!5X3t^^  J. L. Gr$hos$,  President.  Bojjebts,  ,  -    Secreturv  ASSATJEIUV  '   ' STOP AT THE  (COSMOPOLITAN  Buy your Christmas goods   iu   your  lio.no town.y Thc.nierchanls in Mnyie  ��i.ro well siijiphed tins }e.ir aiid'should '  bo able to saliafy all.  D-UjiI ti,d 3,t!, ,i���y ol sjyi.o^^ 13,5  1 >'. \.6"llKASK,  ���S.'licilo'r for the tald Ciaiiiuoj-.  ."Every btiMtipssman in Moyie shou/d  the   stweess   of   the  , 'i  Moyie should  not' be  lacking in tho i\Ioy:u' ppiril,'  hi interested iii  ',.' ��� f'  boird-of itjd.iy  4'  MOYIE ABRTE NO. 855  'l^^iMr "U i  ���VELsbjf,  ' WHEN IX  Ii. C  ���    >���*���O'*       _____  fleets hr-5,t Wednesday of each month.  PRANBROOK  K. H. SHAtL. Slaaacor.  , Gopd rooms, good  tables and  bar  and   (irdt class Barojilo rooms,   i  DU. IIA Ii VIE,  ' Worthy Pies.  !J. II   IIAWK'E.I  .Worthy Secr'y.  A.I1 of Moyii,'s biinfc/ng isjdo io out of  .town ; m0',t 0f M )yWii b lkj *^ ^ >doao  out!'of town ,-,'ino.H of 'iMoyie's   UunJry  is done out of'to.va   .Moyio-c'iu-wMl'   -'    V/vn,,   ,. "- '  -     -* A   r 7    ; ;    '  ' -     < .   Aary.if n.ur slni'oirry  is bou-.ht7here"  'W0rk,3LSft   to   il.Pew,"   i4   the   ^r,uui.,"^vllriet;/.a3anAr,,h!ltV;i?:  heading m a Nelson p,iper over an ac- j ;t,nit-,''�� " q-iiuy for bn'.Mnew. :" We lHiv^  .-cifuut of,,the''regular' meeting  of 'tun j'       , --'   ���-'-��."���   .��.   ..U8..,fS^  50,000 club,   ^^thi^is o���,y  nati^l,    " up:to-:Se:t,,li0m'ry   fou^ "^  Harvey,, & ' McCarter,  .   Barristers,, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  ,' , ���'*  Cranbrook,. *' -   1. B. C^  KAKltlSTKu; SOr.lfclTOK, TiTC.  evory  as the xJublic spirited'   Work   in  community falls upon Vhe sholders d'f".  few willing- ones. * '  , ������ ���  _      ;���   " "    i  \ ( d I 1.  9   ��__ ��_  ',       All E ist ICijtenay sy'mp.ith:z->s with  ^ .  Fort Steele fn her'recent heavy loss bv  \   fire.    Fort;Steele ia\lho pioneer   town  of the di^riot apd ,Vus  a   busy   cent^  during   the   early  days,   The L-a'doi  ' ,.believes that the town "will   rise   fro.'n  "   its ashes and again enj ,y i_a ��� p'ia   flm  " prosperiiy. . ' ' ���  '"     '; , i  C. H. piTNBARi  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C,  J  n  \Ve dim;, eo aatray on price, as  that  &,S;r   ^��-��e,y:ij    a^ays   salisl^'F;^.   MILES,'/'''  ���Tlie��� floyie 'Drag;   |,. . MrfT;XJM?  and ���Stationery ��� fcoJ��^nbr??^/_/. tB' ��-  '";t WINTJBR  "east.    ' ���  '$68,95-': \  MO^IKTO'       ���"'.'-".  M9NTEML,;tPK0NT0'  and all joints west thereof in'"'  .:.02\T.ARIO-aaa.QUEBEC/i  (QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, HALIFAX and  MAfilTIME PRO VINCh'S'  Kates on a'ppliiatioii'' .',  r  TJOKETS.ON SALE' d'aILY    T  I    NoyemberW-h.to December slsl.  L JtOUND    TRllV F1RSV   CL VSS"  _.".      TIIREE MONTHS LIMIT      . '  [OLD COUNTRY RATES  $79'% ~~~''  E:jJ- eWYNNE "''  ',./'''        ^       '      -   '  Uigurs,   ,t   Tobacco,     * -Confclioiiory  '' '     '>       ''Fruits',*EIc  '     ��� ,     "  i '   " *       ,    ' '  FARRjSLL BL0CIC/!'  t   r.  1 ? f   1'"*'  ^1-  ,    '   At.Minneupolis the other djy  Sam  .. uel Gompers received" an ' overwhelm-'  . jug vote of oonfi'lence. ^Io''i-s , regarde'd  hy those who are experienced  in   labor  , matters as the death blow to  the   Soc-  raliatifi jnljuenees which have tried   fir  years to dominate the A. F. of L, "Dj-  ��� fe.it   you-   enemies   ymd   elect your  friends, regirdless of   parly"   js   t0 ��� be  their s'ojan of the n-;t year and prob-  ahly for some years to coiio.  I    r, "'.      .KETifJRN'' / '\  ,       '  i Halifax or St.   John''"  Joseph's   Convent   ���    ...-.'    ,    ���'���,   A .'w;,,;.;^!;!'^'  ��� . "     ' BARa:sTKnl SoLrorroR,  No       For detailed 'infn���.,-        ������   ���  <0\     ������r'B-0;V'\J.V      -     % ���&c.     ���-,.,    PceansSrs^^orS:  ^oarcllngandJ>ay School  conduct: i CRANBROOK. " ���'*���-, e,.���...   .   .. "ur-  ed hytiie Sisters of St. Joseph,"Nels6'n I ==  C   C    ^Commercial',    and,   business fW;   R> BEATTY  oouraea a speoialty. . Excellence "and '  swift  progress  character  each   de '''"    J!"n-0Mmn ancI Undarfn^r "1   '*   '      ���*  ' " I I'llOne Kf)    ', ' nn,>T��� .  I  t, prices Given  ,  w        '      '    '   -    ''  I*        '  Orders'   '  Taken on"  . '   '  *��� '/      ''    ' V     '  ' ' ' < '   'l   "" ,  "Eyerything-'' / .  ,.'    ���' '���    '  ''",  in tbe'Printin^y  .Line at'tlip'  partment. .Rirents should write for,  particular*. ' One month assures the |  public  of .the   thoroughnessMof,   the  -Sisters'methods'of teaching.   Term?  commence January,  April   end   Sept.  Pupils are'admitted durinc term.  r.BBm'sH'CoLUMBiA.'- f.f *?*.*' aPP]y ^''local agents/ br  "   .   J. Attwood, Agent; Moyie/' 7  I        D ��.!-���,. Agfc   .    -    ASs-i Goal. I'aJ. Af.t.  V   '  "Funeral Directdi's and   : /  ���,--\-;,a'.;;���" ;��mbalmers:,-, " - j./>  '-'"" ' t '   ���,   r    ,'0��  "'-''*-' ��� "A  S'elhon,  :ThisrlsWtiie-Season foio,  \        -y ��      .. t.    ..  ' ,     ��� ',; ,-    ' , ���   - t 4.        .    ,  CRANBROOiv  Wbi. Jewell  PREST PHOTO CO.  CltAXBROOK  AXD   MOVIE.  BUY YOUJi  t�� ^^isr'^s^  O.ie of tho benehts'of belonjing to a  I..bJr organv.lI10,i was apparent at th .  funeral of Gjorgc South, but Wjduod   j  'lay. JI -ie waVa f^ei^ner in a strain;. |  IanJ, an.1 yet he was amongst  friou.Ia  The rain-reunion took charge of   the  l>jcly and saw that id lv.'s given   a   de-"  cent CluUtian burial  and  turned   ou,  to   the    fuuer.il   nearly   m   strong. I C^^ ^*^ ���xr'  probably thB funeral w ��� more i,���podl    X^4^J^-^-yr  ing and better'blended   tlun   ,������,   lie | '    .      FR0"VI '   '.  m in his native home in lar o, Rus-j A.     fi.    SleWafl^   &    CO.  -ocos,  Express and General    Delivery   Busi-  ness.     Liyery   and  |    Feed Stable."  L��ave Orders at '      ,  GWynne's Store.  MOYIE nrulal,  C'olum'.ia.  ^^S^S2SE32fSSEra^S3Eiffi Z&  ssrr^sE^c^  a  SEE  ���        ,   ,  f  t^  'K o ���*      i    ���  FARRELL,' & SMYTH'  , FOR      .;   t  Write for Prices to  ���;��� Mc  CRANBROOK  l.^l�� ����k.  31,1  J. II   Iliwthorutlnv.u'te,   M.    p." p  fdo.-ial.st) has issued  a call to aims to', .  tlio fmhful. Ile^ystlu.c.mmgc,,^;  Pugn ingoing to be the  m ,si Bllniag  and momemou, in n,P i_.etory of Cu)C';  aiiiianl will provu of  -vn.KI-w, Je   in_ ,'  torest.    "IiU up   t,i|.3 woiker^,"  |1L. ,'  's.iy, "to cu uj o it of the fr,,y the  v. - '  '.oh iii    ovjry   di^rio.    com:���,u. ,     I;  i  :Iiriydonot>:���ciolioL,i5(.,:.enth(M  I  c-m at Wst ,��� ike,; ew lout io  so, el', '  that b-If ad urn of tlu f.rig.of   ���,.",.  cij.itil.at exril liters  luW- been t.*,ric_  <edforB)o.Ji���thi3j.luulJC..of ^.^  Coin,ii'jj i."  Agent   for   Ciows'   Nest  Steam Liiniiln*.  I, hi'm A. Swin.irtoii.of Km-^M'e '  ^i<y. (Ahimb,.., hereby iippiylo'',,,; I  B ��unl of Lioeu.0.- U .-���is.i,,!H!r���i/ for ������ !  tr^isi.-riroin tiij-self to LA.iisi* li\,yr uf I  tne licence to ^ill iiii���x.6,i.i.���?". )j. ' ra j.  n.uder the provisi'.iis of the Siafu.M in|  th-U  Ij.}h:,lf>..i���   u,e' pre.niioH   known!  ������Kii.grj.nt.vIJ. (!,��� (,, oim.i���.'���,.fl ���������:.'[���,���:'  2yJili.l.iy of D.-o-..h.ber. A,D   J A),';  TiiBn.ir��je"*au.|.i:h!re!,.' of-ihe. .owner I  ���of tho premises for wii.-h ,irunfe- i j  priced, arc Ab rt Mm v., F,,.,,,./ j���, :  </,. A-i .1 L-A-li.se. litlin -?!-, ,\f j.,.,'..   j> ../-,  J. SVV/N AUi'W.    ' '  UKSMJ-.N-K,:   lilt,,.,     ,.,������,.  '���.'r e ��i'��ple room in connection  ���vrUi hoiKe for commercial men. Pest  ">l .I'lcoiuiiKi-.I.itjons.  Heidr;;nr'ters   for    Com-  merci il and .Minin_.MPn.  QUKKNS    '.-, EN-i-1., MO-i'IE,   B. C.  ���^  fa  Marks   IONS  vyil notice, wiii.'ff,:li7;��rw! Itt the-��' rCCClv-e'  Columbian Colleg-e  NEW WEcT^UNSTER, P.   (j.  Rece.vet. both   Ladies   and   Genlle-  men asJie.-iideiitoriis   J)ay   Students.  His a complete Commercial or  Business   Cou.se.     p.epares   siuJcnta   In  gnu     Teacher.s      rertiiicitcs     of   .all  Kr.ules.   In ailillklion with TORONro  UNI VfilWJTY gives   the   four   yt.K1J  ..our.-.efortheB.   a. degree,   nnd   tht.j  , fir,t   year cf   the   Toronto   H.-hool. ol  jSjcmi.co.    ILn ;l   spo.-inl   "Pio-ijpcK,^ I  Course" for miner;, wb0 work in ,|j  o  r��lru=lionS    civen  in   Art,   Music!  I hysio.il culture and elocution.      . I  Por C.ilender etc.  address  "Cohur- '  f hia Colloge."  fViin  open Sept. J7ih. 1900.  Fire Insurance,.  Real Estate*  Collejctioiis.  AriclQi-ia Stroet.       , ' Ar    *" *  <B '^ir^TTV-c-a    ,        '       <���r'��  ^L'_���._- ���-"' ��  HH  PI10.MPT   DELIVERY.  Q,ueeDs' Aye.      MOYIE  P. Fi J0ZIJ\>S70JV  r*y J /j*.   c ^ ^"      1  !fe.# Tliirf Hotel is New and well Furnished  The *  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  MarKet affords. Tlie Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL-  AND MINING MEK '  SIOJUK - _ BKITISII COLUMBIA   j.  As   made hy the   present brewer   is   admittedly   the  Best   Boor in Last JCootonny.  With |be Best Malt and  jtho Purest Spring Water it is tinexcellud /or quality.  Insi-tst on having Moyio Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  I  11  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  'norm, P. G'  ^-SS5K��K.3EESSffl33^ E3  SSS��2!5S^52SSS5  yAljilgj


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