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The Moyie Leader Dec 9, 1899

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 rob. 2, NO. 34.  C  If you want to know how  .       IOYIE IS ADVANCING!  You'will'get a good idea ol it by noting how  ����j5^.*__  ��  I  'j Stock and Business Is Increasing.  Our, customers will Hnd our grocery stock>iwaya complete.-with all tlio best goods tlmt can bo bought in tho  mnrkct, oncl priced>re all right. .\Vo.1i.iVi. nowYii-un-d  the entire'conitol of ' ' , "   '  ' . '��� ,  Dominion Creamery Butter  ffl0 - ,  -iu one-pound bricks.  Also  sole .agents  for  Hondi Tea,;best in the market.  J121^v^J^_^EC^MBKR 9, 1899  S3,A YEAK  3". T. Burgess of Ward-  ner Gets It.  LOCAL  NEWS.  c. A,  town.  Miner   of Cranbrook   is  in  to  COVERS k PERIOD OF ONE YEAR  lhe Properly was Owned by M.-sw-.'Ran-  Wn, Jbhneon, Keltsol,  Anpenwall  '   ' nndlGnrrlflon. '   ,  REID, CAMPBELL & GO-  [HE  CANADIAN .BANK' "OF COMMERCE.  ���t      ��� ���      * ' . _^   ; Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000.  '  '   - ' n ��  ,   . . to  tURBROOK BRftNCH.. . " J, W." H. SMYTKE, MGR.  mm^mtmmmgmm^mmmmt^mmmmmmm^^ �����������-   -w 1_1m.11 _ Uu_j _______ ___,_^  l'W(*-- - , , <"   ' - HUGHE?  B, C. FURNITURE, and UNDERTAKING- CO.  MOYIE and  CRANBROOK, BYC.  Anolhcrminin-v donl.Jof eonaider-  nl)lo;inii)Ortrtncc to' ^ Moyio was made  yosir-rd.'iy v/hen papers' wore pigne'd  Rivin- J. T. Burgess of Wardnor,  Idaho, u bond on the Cando group of  chums' near tbia place. , =  Thu C.indo group consists of the  Ciindo, Lakeside, St. Paul, FraDiavola,  and Faust mineral claims. They are  situated on the St. Eugene liill: and  are not far from that now famous  property. It was owned by. Caplain  I. B. Ranboin, 0. J. Johnson, Karl  Neitzel, Philip Aspen wall and T. B.  Garrison.. The bond Ms for $15,000  and and the lime extends over a year.  A sm--.ll 'dish payment has been made,  a payment., of 25 per^cc-nt will be  made in nine months and the balance  in one year.  ��� It is tbe intention of Mr, Burgess'  company.as soon as the weather 'in  thespring'will permirto', put a diamond driiPof 2,000 foot "capacity lo  thoroughly prospect the propetlies,  liriroom Pets .  Y . .i.. .SF12.30  pel comb. Iwiroom sets...... 11.50  l.nib.   spr'mg,-*  nnd    mattresses.  |_MsTVkVt\V:Uv\ Y. ..���.."<���    (i.&O  Matresses ../....   Arm chairs, well upholstered. ..  Lounges upholstered in best juUs  2.75  0.7b  r��.T:"l  These are only a few of our prices. Everything in tho furniture  lino jtist as low in price Wo are man u fact ure.r.*- of all kinds of  l3]>hol*.tcrcd goods and niattrcsiW. We m-11 reh-.il at wholesale  prici-b. Wc makt- carpels and Inv thorn KKEK OF CHARGE.  Estimates given on finishing hotel* throughout. Wo make great  reductions in half dozen lots.  r-ulertal.ru nml Knil-alme'r*  MAGG'S & HUGHES,  *>*.'  &.&.&FA  IJulIdini. Notes.  Work was begun this week on another business block in the Lake  f bore addition on tlie lot- adjoin.ng  Uie building owned by tho Kootenay  I'roduce & Supply Co. It will be 24.x  40 feet in size , and two and a half  stories iti height, Jt is being .built by  Vhiho Count-...an J 21. A. ?.lt-Do;tyld  'has chargiyof the work.  Mr. Lee, pumpman al Mo\p!!g siding, is having a residence built ou  South Tavistock' sired.    Ii   is   22x26  i  in sixe and wlien finished will be one  of tin* finest residences in town. Contractor Staphenson ha? charge of the  work.  J. M. Lindsay has built a residence  cottage near tbe Lawlor mansion,  Farrell pros, res id once, is finished  ami is being occupied-  O  Regular .Meals Served .in Hi" Dining  Room, with SHOKT Oi.-hei .- heiwei u  meals.  \\      Headquarters'for Comn.encial_.and Mining Men.  MOY1K,   13. C.  |lj    Qt'KUN-   AVKNtlE, ���;        - ��� ~  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  /ft  $  /ft  V.   XV.'   Kill Til,  Proprietor.  Killed by ;i Train.  ��� Cranbrook Herald: Last Tuesday  night between 11 and 12 o'clock Conductor Martin's train ran over a man  lying on thc track at. Kitchener. An  investigation showed that it was a  section boss .on the "Great Northern  named McClair, aiid it is supposed  thai he had been indulging too freely  aud had laid down   on . the   track   to  icM.    ' ���*   Xotlcc of JTectinty.  All miner-- ami lubiin-r-* are cordially invited to attend a meeting to be  held on Tuesday evening, Decern ber  12' li at McGregor hall at ^ o'clock  sharp. James Wilk-s, org.inizor tor  the Western Fedoiation of Miners,  wiil nddres-3 tho meeting, at the close  of which a union of the Western Federation will be erganized.  J-    E.    MusgraVe   was    out  Moyie "Wednesday.  W.  F; Gurd  was   out  from  Cranbrook Wednesday and Friday. "  Robl.   Campbell   made    a   business  liip to Rossland this , week.  5 1 ' '  Tlie work of building sidewalks  ibrongh the town is progressing nicely.  T, T.'McVittie is at present engaged  surveying  the Lake Shore-group of  claims, <���'  Mqs?rs. Molnries, Hutchison nnd  I^yan of Or-u.brooU wove out to Moyie  Thursday. ,,   *  Mrs. Philip Conrad returned home  Tuesday from a , two weeks' visit, in  Mon tana.    '      . ,  Geo. Batley, of the Hotel Central,  transacted busines3 in Cranbrook  Wednesday. , ���   -  The Movie Quadrille Club will, give  another social dance next Wednesday  evening. , .  Frank D. L.- Smith, representing  tlie Toronty World, was here this week  writing up the camp.   '  T. E. Collins has rented W. A.  Hamilton's barber shop and oan hereafter be found at that stand. ���  R. A. Fisher aud wife are now residents of Moyie arid are making their  home on Queen's avenue.  E. A. Elton, the hustling mining  broker of Fort Steele, was in Moyie  a good portion of this week.  J. O. Drewry   this   week   purchased  six lofts'on the'   west side  of  Victoria.'  street in the Lake Shore addition. ,  . J. C. Drewry left this morning for  Calilnruia, where be will -spend a  month or six weeks'.  Parties who have subscribed to the  sidew ilk fund should make il a point'  tOiCail at this oflice and liquidate be-  v-i-r'tbs 15th ci the month. ���  t  Miss O'Dell and mother of Cran-  boook were out to Moyie Sunday. Tt  i.s their intention lo move here' and  reside for the winter.  A. G. Arnald a few days ago killed  an eagle which measured seven feet  three inches from .Lip to tip. Arnald  downed lhe bird with an ordinary  six shooter.  G. A. Gow, for several weeks agent  for the C. P. R. at Moyelle, has been  transferred to the' station at Crow's  Nest on this line. Mr. Gow, by his  obliging manners and courteous treatment, made many friends in Moyie.  Napoleon Dora, Movie's pioneer  freighter, has disposed of his interests  here and has left for the east, where  be will reside in lhe future. Dora is  a rustler from awiiy' back and is  strictly "white," and in hia departure  Movie loses one of ber best citizens.  IVDHFORIDYIH  It Will  Be Organized  Next Tuesday.  JA1VIES VVILKS  WILL BE  HERE  The   Oi-Kaiilzlllon   Promise/-  to   Start Off  ,   willi Between rifty aud Sixty  " ' Memliovs.  About ?�� working' mon, principally  miners, assembled at McGregor hall  Wednesday evening for tho purpose,  of discussing the feasibility oforganiz  ing a branch of the Western Federation of Miners iu Moyie. M. L. Hol-  lister acted as chairman of the meeting and W.R.Hocking as secretary,  A letter from James Wilks .of Koss-  ] mdyorganizer of the Western Federation for British   Columbia, was  read  Boarding. House for Miners.  In a few days  the   big   three story"  boarding house in tbe Lake Shore ad-  ditnn will be opened up and   ready to  occupy.    This week a carload of furni--  ture arrived   from   Maggs & flugheV  laclory and is being put in place.   Be-',  sides the diriingroom, kitchen, sitting-  rooms, wrashrooms,  etc.,on  the 'first  floor, the building has 26 bedrooms, or  accommodations  for-   52   men.    The  rooms will be carpeted and well heated  and no pains will  be- spared   for  the  comfort of  the  patrons.    Mrs.  A., A..  Doig, under  whose   management   the  house will be run, recently came  froth  Rogaland, whore she   had   oharge of  the boarding h'ouae for tlio  R. A. C.  Sho has had plenty  of  experience   in  this line of work and  thoroughly   nn--  derslands   her,   business.     Not  only  bin.   ' She has" now  expended   nearly  $2,000 in fitting   up   her' house,   and  she has made it'a   point'to   not  purchase   anything   out    of' town    that  could possibly be secured in town.  JJOTJCE,  Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day ol'  December I Intend to1 apply to the board ol  urging that a   union   be  formed   here   license commissioners of East* Kootonay for a  and giving the necessary instructions  for doing tho same. All of the application blanks on hand, some 30 in  number, were filled out, and there was  a demand for nearly as many more.  The'new union promises to start out  with between 50 and 00 'members.  Mr. Wilks wiil be heie next Tuesday  and will perfect the organization on  'hat evening.  MOST   PRECIOUS   OF   STONES.  This hotel Is now open to the public, and iu well funi-  b'hed'ihroufihoul. None but the bi*?i brands of ��rlno?.  liquors and cigafe kept in stock.        .  ���^Sfc'SSSSgefc^gSj^^s^  0JCAS-8--   ACCOMMODATION8.  ���AfO.Y'tEJvB.YC  .���Hotnl Quotations.   '  New    York,   Dec.    7.���liar  <5lJ    cents.     Lead,    $4.70   @  The     lirm   that    li.ws    the  silver  if-LSO.  selling  3>r.  Higgins locales-  Dr. C. P. Higstins of Victoria has.relumed t'.1 Mnyie and has decided to  locate. Fur tn.* present ho can be  i'liiuul at. the E isl KyoLonay hotel, but  ho wiP soun have a p'rmanc-nt office  in I lie Farre.l bloek * over Hope Sc  Beanie's stuie The doelor iufoims us  that be will likely fit'up a hospital in  the near future.  prices  for    miners    and     smelters  ^.^.���>rf  ..^.���^.^^^^.X:��:C��i*iit*''5;:��!*$;6$$:*53SJ?^  ^���^^'yr'^*1**1'**^*"'^^ y^  \t>  ���f  w  \\)  \\i  \l>  quotes lead at if-l.-tO at thc close.  'XOTIOE.  Notice is hereby givuu thnt the'", fo.llpivlng.Rp-  iHicitini'S for ii license.to rettiii liijupr will be  'considered at the next meeting ot the license  commissioners of South East Kootenay to be  bold iu'prndbroo'li  llecember loth 1S99 atli.W  o'clock p. in. . ���        .'  ��� fileuciirian Campbell; ��� Moyio-hotel, Hotel  licenw: Frank -J. McMahou. Kast .Kootenay  lmtel.hot.ol lietuse; F. Wi Frit-hy bake Shore  lu  A Snib Errand.  Cranbrook Herald : Last Friday R.  E. Beatlie received a -telegram announcing the death of his mother at  her home in Portage la Prairie. He  lei t on the noon train for the east, so  as to reach home in time for the funeral. "Mr. Beattie'a many friends in  Unuibrook extend their, sympathy, to  him in his misfortune.   ''  Some   Interenttn;?   Pacta   About   the  Value  of  Rubles.  " "To the question: 'Which is the  most valuafnle precious stone?' nin��  L people "out of every ten, at least,' -will,  without the slightest hesitation, reply:  'The diamond,' " said a dealer in gems.  "But i.he value oi a good-sized diamond  cannot approach that of a ruby of tbe  correct, color and similar dimensions.  "Tlie worth of small rubies���stones  that are of less Thana.caratr���is. if anything, rather less tham'that of diamonds  of a like description, but the rare oc-  eurrenw ,oi . lar^a -specimens , of , that  dark carmine'tint whioh is looked upon  as the sine'qua con of a perfect ruby  eauses the value of these gems to increase in a far greater proportion than  in tbe case of diamonds. J^ubies weighing more than four carats are so exceptional that when a perfect one of  five carats is broiight to the market  it will command ten'times as high a  sinn as a diamond of the same Weight,  while rubies of six carats, without crack  or flaw, and of the proper color, would,  in all probability, bring as high a price  as $5,000 per carat,1 or 15 tinies as much  as a diamond of like size and faultless-  ness.  "All over the east nibies are regarded  with the. greatest -possible fa-vor, and  so it has been from the earliest times  of which we have any record. The finest  specimens are found in Burmah, and  from time immemorial it has been a  law of that country,that all rubies of  above a certain size are the property of  the king, whoever may have .been fortunate enough io find them. It is  thought to this day there are concealed  'in Burmah, among the treasures which  the British invasion caused to be hidden away, rubies, of far greater size  and value than any which have up to  now been seen either im.Europo or this  country.  "The law which gave fine ru/bies to  the ruler of the land has undoubtedly caused the destruction in modern  time5* of many magnificent specimens  of fthis gem, for thc finders of larger  stones than usual have, whenever the  opportunity was favorable, broken  them into fragments, each weighing less  than a carat, to insure- themselves the  possession of several rubies incomparably less valuable, it is true, tha,n th��a  Original in which they were once  u'nited, but still their own instead of  the king's.'1���Washington Star.  renewal of ni'y liquor lioenso'Iu the premises of  thc Kaaiffman House in the town of Moyio  British Columbia.  C. KAUFF.UA.X  ''  '      MINERAL   ACT   1896. ,  (FORM f.)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Society Girl,' Sky Pilot. Bunko Fraction,  Diamond Jubilee, Black Pino, Suiper, Klondike  and Boer Fraction Mineral Claims situate in  the Fort'Steele Mining Division of Hast Kootenay District.  Where located:���On Moyie Lake'.  Take uotiee that I,(Thos, T. JfcVittie, fagent  ror Chas. O. Farrell, F. M. 0. Ko. 'B 9G07, and  Timothy Farrell F. M. C. No. S97S3 A,] Free  Miner's Certifieaie No. B 9091, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to .apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining- a Crown .Grant of the  above claims, c  'And further take notice that action,'under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. '  THOS. T. McVlTTIE.  Dated this 6th day of December, L39S.  W. P. GrUKJ)  lJ.VKUISTillt, SOLICITOR, ETC  G.CAMPBELL,    A.   T. CLAUK. . *   i^,'h0teHieen.e: Victor IJesaulnier,   Centra  % This Hotel is New and well burnished.   The |i..f^;;-;-;;-\^?��S%l%La��.  Tables are Supplied: witli the Best the %  Market Iffords. The, Bar is Filled with |  the Best Brands of Liquors-and. Cigars  i*  m  la*  Mo  via,  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMOTHOlAl-'  /:-'kut>uiUin<}Mm  K. K.'-Si. N.' O'* T-'1"*' Curd  fi,   S,   ALB^RTA���Leaves  Kelson  io.nnera' Ferry Tuesdays and  Sat-  i: r jtA si (���* ��< > -?j ^ ^!"- ���*'  *r\  I  I  t.6i  liomomberod tlie'"l.eailer.'i  Last Wednesday EraukyMorin, better known as "Little Frank" or ':Cari-  t'eul Frank," dbnued his moccasins,  shouldered his riii-J and struck out for  tho hills. -Thursday Frauk called,-.at  the .'Leader .office and presented the  siafV with sufficient venison' to" j.ist a  week; ���. ' '.  Another Cltntuploxi.  "Who is that Lank party with the medals?" risked the drummer.  "That is our t^wri champion," the  rural grtieei- explained. "He'has got  his picture in .the papers more times  ier bein' cuied of ihore different dis-*  ease�� thah Any man,; in the ijnited  Sta,tes.H-^-Cinfcinnati Enquirer.  ^S^5^^S^^S.^^^��e^$s���S���S^^$e^^^������6^��*e^^^^l  Church Service'Xoiuorrow .'EVo'u'liig. ���  Rev. G. 13, Smith of Cranbrook   lias  co'rrlp'letely recovered from  his  recent  to  hold  tomorrow  erybody  RCJBT. iRtl^G; Manager.    J invited,  fieriioi-c;  Grcrise  Froin Wool.  To remove a grease spo t from woolen  .Or silk, thoroughly saturate the place  with, turpentine arid place a soft piece  of; blotting-' i>aper underneath and another oh tdjiolthe spot and press very  iiard; ' fflig tfjii ,is 'dissoived, then ab-  fedi;bt'{i IH: iti�� pii.per and is entirely re-  ,ih8v'gd   ffdiii  ttie   cloth. ��� Brooklyn-  CRANBROOK  B.    C.   RESTAURANT,  OPEN NIGHT AND DAY  Everything First Class.  GEO. WHITE, Prop  OEM TRAL     -    HOTEI  Barber Shop. **-�� ?S*i*JKMM��s>9  MIRACLES IN STEEL.  t  .i i  V  ���o?-'. '  4 hi i. .:  YY    /'.    (<���  '^��'"* y.;  in*:',.1     A   ���  *.  f.  ;#;  i  ,i  ,i*i;  ��� *���-' ?  ��� .'<_."  <V  ,' j>i. ��� ,* ������,    *  ;n'Y *Y''*  ,:y; '.il- 4  ���a. -i! r 'i ,,-���  -���  ' ,S   1  t;  - -j''..''  1 1   *  ' .���i  v :>  " t  '���'U-  :.  l   v'  '*?,'���'  >  . -H  lli-  ;v,-.*  ���y i  �� ;lJ.  ., i'Y  si.''i.  :��'���&  ��� $M:'.  j;  ���ji-,7  ?Y'  ..-��� 1  '.*'/���.  ; #f  '.iJ  / ;r  ��� ��!���&���  t vw t  Y  ii>  i "'���  /ii  Wi!"  '"  Vi  y^;:-  nt-5  ,   'I'i!  i-.fyU'i-  i*  . -������ki",. .  1"  /���>  1 ?!f '!'  "?   "  ,   ..l.MV  I  J   ���  ^  Mi"-'  -1   .  !��\p  ^  r*  Mir  ���  !���'���  '���*  f*v;  -1 "  i),'  ? * ���: ���.  *. i *  ' ��  : !-< ���  - i  i>  I/,:''.  ,- 1  .',��  : Vi.  , (  ���'',  r*   *2-    1    ���.  i  'V  j ���;,��� r ,  A  i",  'Ir.;., ,'*,',  ;i>  'k  1 ,';..-."';  ,-!'  lf>  ! YY  ,  ?  ���;y  i ii ie-;  AS, A'i'/'i  ;KY Y'/.";  ;J��',,.i i "-;''  ' IYY  ��Y"--t  ft. ir.'*-- ' '���"*  ' li. ii,- -y , ...  Wk-h''  , r iV. p. . ' i. i  ��� & h ^ $  ;b- .'��� '���   i 'i  I ^-v.i-U * ?  1 -r[i  ,,. .     �� ,{  <f-HYY i ,5  . >bs > i'' '��� <  > .1. " I'*' ' i  Ul'i  h  i-A i ,- t. v'i  I-',1' ��� , il  " ..7"'! ��� ���'  )i{'V.,K,'. l    .1  f|"', '    -J  ? ��jfy Y . * ���*  -i*.. 1  ...i i-  ���. * i  , i' j  > Hr>"l,f  ' I' ��� . '  ���It        I  1   i' -'!:'  ��1 -,  - a* -  save,  east  > belt  ' onlj  the  gre  tbe,  ma  in -  ke  ler  re  oi  trie  t'  i  THE WONDERFUL SWORDS THAT ARE  MADE   IN  JAPAN.  Divides That Aro Feihouk tbe \Vorld  Over nud tin- Care Witli AVliicli  'I liey Are Prepared ��� Cereinonles  and Trlctliodu of Mannftictiire, .  Twelve centtiries of swordmakinj. in  Jupan have surrounded the blade with all  ' manner of legends and customs and conventions. The Ions, rau^e lifle is the  weapon of the army now, but the niakiu-r j  oi swords fitill "libsorlis the interest of J  Japanese connoisseurs.    Tbe govern men t  nin>t  lie tried at nn e-jeeution on one ftr  ' .'inn'e men nt a single blow.  T!;e;<> aro other tests, such as cutim-::  .���oi'iis/liiiii-.s and leaves, but those minor  forms, like most of the other details, of  Mviii-ilui.-ikiny, :i;-e nftc-n Iiereditai-y, and  ihe mnl-or tries his hlade on exactly the  ?:::nr- n!.j.-ct>? nnd with the same eei-erno-  im-b that were u->ed liy Ills gie:it-*ii-:indfa-  tlier and his ancestors befoiv bim.  A large munber of the swoids bought  b.v stiaugers in Japan and taken home  to be di-'pliiypd with much pride and  c-ircuiustantiai relation of swordmaking-  jefronds are gross fi-auds. The sword that  i*. teall.v vnlnahle i-hould have fastened  i.i the heft, by u wax seal, the linen tag  '.f the inipei-iiil inspector, certifying to  it*- date, irs maker and its test.  Induing a blade is as much au art as i.s J  THE  VOTING  MACHINE.  still   fosters the "art  to  which   emperors I f1"' Jiul.u'uiff of porcelain or gems.    The  und  princes have not disdained   to serve  tin apprenticeship.  The etiquette of swords is observed in  Japan today very much as it has been observed for centuries. To draw a sword  fiom its scabbard without permission is  Kleiner tlie rontrast between the blue, of j  the soft steel and the white of the tem-  peiod edge the better the blade. The line j  between the two colors should not he too  line. On the side of the hlade arc usually  paler ��pot-s. shaped like little clouds, and  us insulting to its owner as to open his j P!:1��'d symmetrically at intervals of a  letters. Blades that bear the dates of the I lVw in<-,|l<'s- These are the "innoy," add-  eiffhth and ninth centuries-are as good ! ,;^"'mieb to the value" nnd beauty of the  now as when they were forged, without a i MVI��'*- '���'���d '"-1---P hy a trick of tempering,  nick or a spot of rust. The sword is al ��� ("������P'J'i" Zalinski found , Hint Toledo  ways 'withdrawn, very slowlv, the scab- \ *''���"���������"*. as far as the secret of their man-  bard held horizoutallv and the blade rest- ' *������"���<<������>"���(* could be learned, were made by  nhnos-t the, same method used by the  .lapaiie.se' lip broke an old Toledo, and.  putting the fracture under a microscope,  f. niul its texture upp.-irently the same  it- that of the Japanese sword.���New  Yini-; Post.  in if on its hack as it slides out  Lest the faintest brenth should roi.cli  the steel, the connoisseur, when he shows  h valuable sword and tIieGgues't to whom  he shows it, wear shields of paper over  ��� the lower part of their faces. The hinds-  is handled with silk. To touch it with  the bare hand is an affront to its owner.  Climatic changes', are carefully guarded  . against.-'        *    ,    i ��� '  Captain Zalinski, who was in Japan at  -the Lime of the China-Japan war,- wanted  to���see how tliey were made and, by the I  rniperor.'s permission,  iudueed  the iinpe- I  rial   instructor   in   sw'ordinaking   in    the  Bi-hnol  of line  arts  in  Tokyo   to give  a'!  demonstration of his work.    The sword- |  smith pi'cpaied   for work  by prayer and';'  lt is probable that'tlie portable and table i-lucks were invented in (h-rninny during the revival of cluck making there ia  the sixtoonfli opnturr.  \ot  WniititiK.  n  Job. ,'      I  When the late W. R (Gladstone wnsj  chancellor" of the exchequer, one day  he wai. in the shipping department of  the government oflice getting some in-  penaiice, fasting and cold ablutions; rejig- ���  ''"nuatiou and  figures, for "the coming  ions  articles   were  placed   about' in   the,'  hiulffot. 'While thus engaged a Suncler-  kiud shipowucr ca��ed to see Jlr. Lind  forgeroom;   little   wisps   of  straw   were  stuck here and  thei-e^and folded papers  '   Lung over the forge.  If ii less hi- offered prayer while, he  worked, it was explained, the art was not  thought to' be complete. It was on the"  principle that 'a had man made a had  sword, and only a 'good man, throwing  hi.s heart and soul into it, could make a  good sword. Rich family of swordsmiths  tins its own secrets,' which it guards jealously, the special characteristics of their,  swords remaining the same century .after  century.  The sworilmaker took two pieces of  steel, one of which was chilled in witter  and broken. He chose for his sword the  pieces that locked well at the break und  'welded them, folding tlicin over 15 times  or more. Four such bars were made and  combined, sometimes being plunged into  water, but more often cooled in straw  ashes. lie would hammer the bar,, out  long and bend it double, hammer ft  broad and fiat and fold it down the middle. , ,'     ,  Some   sword makers,   the   captain   was  told, folded their bars diagonally.    When  ail   was   finished,   the    forger  had   made  some 4,000.000 fine layers.    It was this-  that    gave   the   sword    its   "bada,"   or,  '-.-kin." nn almost imperceptible granular j  appearance,  running  leugtbwise or side-  >    wise or diagonally, according to the meth- j  nd of folding.    Sonic of the swords, 'by ;i )  peculiar treatment,  turned ont pure and I  bheer and showing no such grain. J  With   a    drawknife   the    swordmaker j  cs!iaped 'his hot steel and began the teni- j  poring,   with  accompaniment  of  prayers  and    much    religious    observance.    The J  forgpi-oom was darkened, to make it eas- .'  ier to judge the right glow of the steel '  on   the  forge.    The   blade  was   covered )  with loam or clay from one to three-six- j  teoiiths of an inch  thick,  and a narrow ���  strip   was   scraped   bare   at   the   ciittinir :  edge.     Various smiths,  with  varied  fancies, scrape it off with straight or den tat- !  ed or wavy lines, and the pattern always [  remains after the tempering i3 over.       '    I  The blade was heated  with great care, i ���  that it should have just the right cherrv .  glow, and  plunged  into the bath.     Here, j  too.   the  fancy or  the  traditions  of  the ���  m.'ikeYs family dictate different methods. ���  S.mie plunge the^sword in perpendicular- .  Iy.   some    horizontally,   with    the   blade I  downward:   some   with,  the  edge  down- j  ward.    The hlade was' kept in  constant !  motion.    The part that had been covered ,  with.loam was very soft when the steel |  had   cooled.     The    part    that   had   ben  sciaped bare was very hard.    The curve  of the finished hlade was a marvel of ac-  ei'i-acy. I  '   The finished sword is usually engraved  wiih the maker's signature, but the hr.-^t ;  smiths are so  proud  of  their work,  and I  it   has   to   the .ex-pert  eye  so much   nidi- ',  ^duality,   that   they   disdain   any   signa- !  ture.    The sword is finished on "a  whet-  Mono,   hy   careful   and   tedious   rubbing  mid,is polished  with   fine stone and  xk-e.  powder.     .Sr.nie ancient  rule  of  the  art  has  fixed   upon  winter ns  the  best  sea-  son  fin- polishing a  sword.  To be really valuable and worthy of n '  place in a nobleman's collection the blade  soy, the, then member for Sunderland,  While   waiting   Cor   Mr.   Li'mlsey   ro  ��� come in the shipowner got^his oye on  Mr. Gladstone and was watching liim  closely.  After doing so a little while he  .thus addressed hini:  "Thou secmst a good writer and clev-  er^ at figures. I'll'give thee ��100 a  year, and that's au offer thou'lt uot get  every day!" j  Mr. Gladstone thanked him'and said  he would see Mr. Lindsey. '     ��� j  Just then Mr. Lindsey entered.   Then  Ih'., Gladstone told Mr. Lindsey of the  offer his friend had made.him. ,      / . ������  Mr. Lindsey s'uid it was a very good  offer, but he did not know if Mr. Gladstone could he spared.   Anyway he had  better introduce them.   'Turning to his  friend, the'shipowner, he sii'id: "Allow  me  to  introduce you  to   W.  E.  Gladstone, chancellor of the exchequer���Mr.  So-and-so,'   Sunderland.'.'    The amazement of "the shipowner cannot he described.   The Grand Old Man laughed'  immoderately.���London Answers.  Willing to Compromise.  About the middle of the civil war a  freshly appointed colonel, with a newly enlisted  regiment, joined'the Union  forces iu   the far south.    One  bright  October  morning   word   was   receive!  lhat   a   small detachment of General  Wheeler's cavalrymen was on the oih-  ':' side of the hill, and a force started  out in pursuit.    The next day the Confederates were reported miles distant  in   the opposite direction.    The  third  ���lay   the   new  colonel 'and   a   veteran  brigadier  started   out   for  a   pleasure  ride.    A mile from camp tbey rode into the fugitive Confederates, who had  been circling the camp-for a week.   Jt  Record*   Straig-lit   or   Scratched   Ballots' nnd Ik Absolutely Secret.  The voting machine is, primarily, n  counting  machine,   or   rather  a  combination of counting machines,   it cou  sists of three parts���(1)  the keyboard,  wKh one key for each candidate, aad  two���a "yes" and a -'no" key���for each  question;   (2)   the   counters,   one   for  each   key,   and   (3)   the   interlocking  mechanism, which limits the number  of keys that can be operated in any  oi>e office group���the candidates of all  parries for one office.   The machine is  operated   by   a   small   gate   or   lever  which swings in both directions.   It Is  unlocked by the movement of the gale  in a certain direction before the voter  |  indicates his  ballot on, the keyboard,  while a movement in the opposite direction casts the ballot indicated and  at the same,time resets and locks the  ,keys.  When a ballot is cast, It ia counted  at once hy the voter himself, for tho  total vote on the counter for each candidate   is  advanced  one  step ' by  tha  act.   The voting is done in the privacy  of the booth, and when  the  keys' of  the machine have been reset for the  next voter the identity of the preceding ballot is destroyed.   Consequently  ,the secrecy of the ballot Is absolutely  assured.   Not only is the voting of a  straight ticket a simple affair, but the  mechanism    is    so   adjusted    that' a  scratched ticket can bor voted as easily  as if the voter were marking a ballot  with  lWs  pencil.   He cannot  vote  for  more than a specified number of candidates,  because,  when  the  full  vote  has-been cast for auy group of candidates,' all the remaining keys'of'.that  group a>;e found to be lacked, and when  all  the  ballots have  been  cast every  key ou  Lhe machine' has  become immovable. ,  Again, the machine is supplied with  levers  which   may  be so adjusted  by  the judges of elections that' the voter  cannot cast a ballot which he.ls not en-  "titled to vote.   For. example, In certain  -localities, a failure to pay the poll tax  debars tbe citizen from voting on questions   involving   the   expenditure   of  money, as well as .for certain  candidates.  When one appears who, has fail-  j ed to pay this tax, he will find the re-  [ spective keys locked against him.' (It  !  would  be an  easy  matter td  provide  each machine with a nickel in the slot  attachment,   so   that  each   delinquent  could pay hia poll tax at the time of  , voting, if he wished.)    Another lever  locks the keys of candidates for which  a woman is not entitled to vote.    The  machine has also a free ballot device!  which permits the voter to exercise his  constitutional right to vote for candidates who have not been nominated by  any party.  ��� When the judges declare the polls  closed, the gate is locked fast in its  outward position', and by this means  all the push keys are locked, so that  there can be no tampering with the  machine or' any further voting.���"Yot  ing Machines yersus the Paper Bal  lot," by Frank Keiper, In Forum.   . ,  ipyWEATWERLEy '  L^UJI1]|^K^     CHE5NEV  (Copyright, 1899, by We*therlej Chesany.J  "At last George and myself were  sadly estranged. Ho did not tell me  much then, but I knew be wan unceasing  in his artentioiis and that tee was etii!  hoping to get her to change her opinions. He was ready to risk anything for  her sake. He was utterly infatuated,  and you can guess, Duncan, how all  this has made us very unhappy at home.  News of such things ounnot be kept  back for long, and mother heard of [ it  from some malioioas friend.  "There is little mow to add. George  is ceaseless in hie attentions to her. Ho  waits for her coming ont, and she enn-  ��ot escape him���he is iaro of that���but  she will no* listen to his words of Ioto  the woman bo loved  1 vias s-ileuc.    H  now.  was a narrow escape, but they got  away unharmed.  . After it was over the general said lo  the colonel. "Well, what do you think  of war now?"  "Is Wheeler in this neighborhood  much of the time?" replied the' colo-  i;el evasively.  . "All*the time. He is here, there 'and  r very where. What do you think of  tlie prospect?"  "Well," answered the colonel reflectively, "I wonder whether there isn't  some way this infernal thing can ho  compromised:"���San Francisco Argonaut. ' ."  SncU.a Shock to the Boston Girl!  Iioston Maid���I would be glad to have  you accompany me to the meetin? of  our literary society.  St. Louis Girl���Oh, p.uch things irakc  Me weary!  '  Boston Maid���Rut we are to havo an  evening with Emerson.  St. Louis Girl���Indeed! Why, I thought  Lmeisou'was dead.���Chicago JN'ows.  ,'A N'lmT'Ie Coin.  Can this be a new confidence game?  Yesterday two men went into a d.-ug  store, and one of them made a purchase that amounted to 25 cents. He  .handed the clerk a silver quarter,  which, just as the clerk was about to  fake It. slipped from his fingers. Those  j present heard the coin strike on Ita  edge on tho floor, but heard ,no further  sound of it. Every one looked on the  floor for it, but It could not be found.  There was no crack into which It could  have rolled and nothing behind which  It could bo hiding. This .caused much  ..astonishment, for all saw It fall and  heard it strike the floor. After searching in vain for it for some minutes the  drug clerk-said, "Well, never miud; we  shall probably find it," aud the two  men walked out.  A half block away the friend, chancing to look down,' saw' that tho other  had on a pair of linen trousers which  were turned up at the bottom. . There  was the solution of the mysterious disappearance of the coin. He called his  friend's attention to it. and there the  coin was found. It bad struck the floor  and, bounding up, had noiselessly lodged  In the,crease of the trousers, thus earning its owner its value in merchandise.  ���Philadelphia Times.  For 12 years she suffered terribly, and doctors  could only give temporary relief���Was completely cured by three boxes of  Salt  d  Mrs. R. Stoddard, Delhi, Norfolk Co., Ont., writes as  follows; " I was troubled with eczema for over twelve  years, and doctoring during that time with four different  physicians, but found that they could only give teriiporary  re' icf. I saw' Dr. Chase's Ointment advertised, decided  to try it, and before 1 had used half a box found greatt  relief and change. Altogether I have used three boxes,'  and am now completely cured. I have recommended.it to  my "npighbors, and can say it.is the best I have ever used,  and,' in my estimation, worth its weignt in gold." ���'.'  ���','  -       Truly,  Dr. Chase's Ointment works wonders, for it  .has the greatest record of cures in the history of medicine.      Ihe claim   that  it  will cure any case'of ��� Eczema  Kheum or  Itching Skin is fully endorsed by the evidence of scores and hundreds of cured ones,  sale bv all dealers, or' Rn\rAM<:  Toronto,  A Twelfth Century  Bridsre.  One of the oldest bridges In Europe  is soon to disappear under tho demand  for better navigation of the river It  spans. This is the stone bridge, with  15 arches aud a total length of 994  feet, built across the Danube at Iteg-  enshurg (Itatlsbon), In Bavaria, by  Duke Henry the Superb In 1135-10.  The piers rest on piles, protected by  stone riprap and heavy Ice breakers.  Tbe roadway Is very narrow, and the  footways allow the passage of only  one person at a time. So far as Its  stability is concerned, It would probably stand for another 700 years, but It  interferes wlU the passage of steamboats.  Tor one noeet moment all else but our lov*  vias joryotten: "  and bega him to leave her alone. t All  this has made me very anxious about  Goorge. I never know what this madness of his may impel him to do. Even  bis not being at home .last night.has  alarmed me,.though once I should uot  bare thought anything abont it. I wonder whore he is?"  A* this moment there was a sound of  hurried footsteps outside 'the door,  ,��hioh was abruptly awmed, an��t Mr.  Fenton appeared, holding a morning's  newspaper in his baud.'' He was in a  ��tate of great excitement and did not  teem to notice my presence ab all.  "Mabel,"  he  said;   "tbo   murdered  woman"���r  "Well, father?"  "She is Harriet Staples!" '    ' *'  , "No, no, father; that oaunotbel"  . "Here it is. Bead for .yoursoJi. "  Mabel, took the paper from him in  silent horror, and thou he turned tome.  "Brett," he said, "it is most, extraordinary t-h.it yon were mixed op in  this affair. There is no need to keep tho  mat ior .from you now. The womnn who  has been morderedc was a flame of  George's. The Jad was infatuated with  her. Now -thaulr God that is at an  end. But how did the poor .wretch como  by her death? What were,yon' doing  there?  Why wero you arretted?",  ���The old man gasped out bis words in  a whirl of excitement. These questions  Wera moat natural under the cironm-  stances, but as tbey,were hurled at mo  I again felt my equivocal position.  Were I to tell him all I knew, just as  it happened, I should erpose tho criminality of his own son���Mabel's brother  ���aud yet did I hesitate I imporiled my  own reputation.  All tbe answers I had carefully prepared for theEO aud kindred questions  vanished from my mind and left it a  perfect blank. I felt that the old man  was waiting for my reply, yet I oonld  not speak, and all the while my attention was rooted elsewhere on one < of  those trivialities that stand out incongruously on the most momentous occasions. , As I looked at Mr. Fenton and  beyond him my eye was caught by the  perpendicular lines oa tho -wall paper.  Between two of the lines a fly was  crawling along the oenterwithabtolute  precision. All the while, when I ought  to havo been collecting my thoughts for  somo sort of an excuse to my prospective  father-in-law, I was wondering to which  Bide the  fly would  eventually incline,  wouldn'r belicyo mo. Perhaps he'll as fust .-.s h  tbiukmoroof hia father's judgment in  future. You seem to have had a rough  time of it, Brett.' It's most unfortunate  you should havo boen mixed up in the  affair, and it is a remarkable coiueideuca  it should be so, after all the other trouble she has caused us. But what about  tho murderer? You tny ho was still  standing over the woman when yon  camo np. Couldn't you havo eecured  him?"  "I mime s-orosa ibata <_sit�� ���addenly.  SB��, as yoc nsWjr wsIJ imagine, my,  thoughts wero elsewhere'. Jt all happened in a moiueut, nud before I eonld fully grasp the situation hu hud'gOue."  "Whatwas tho man Jiku?-Thopaperi  say bo"was decently drossed." ���  "Yea, I think that ho was so; but.be  had gouo iu a moment"     ���   -1  The old'man gazed doubtfully at mo.  I am not au adept at lyiug, aud be felt  there was something X wuh endeavoring  -to conceal.  He looked at me with keen,,  critical eyes and left the room.   ���  For some moments' after tbo noiso of  tho clos-ing of tho door there was dead  silence in the room.  There were the ticking of tbo clock ou tbo mautelpieco and  the sounds  of  the 'busy world outside,  but, above  all  tho  shrill voices of tbo  newsboys  could bo, heard calling out,  "Tho tragedy iu Mayfair!" Thero were  violets in an Indian bow! on one of the  tables uud the scent qt them eecmod stifling.   I longed to rush to an open window for  relief, but   there stood Mabol,  with tho  newspaper hold mechanically  beforo her.    Sho hod not stirred h hairbreadth, and   the Uy on  the wall paper  still kept  between   tho  lines���right in  the oenter.   I  bald my breath. I dared  not break the silence. ' y  Suddenly tho   paper dropped.    Could  ��� that bo Mabel's voice, so hard and cold,  that   scorned  to speak   in some far distance?     i   , .  "Duiieau, was It George?",  Tho fly had jjeno td thu left after all.  I knew it wonld.    I did not dare'to reply nor even look at her.  "Duncan, "camo tho voice again, "it  was Ceoigo you saw there!"  "It was.",  "And you believe himtobetho murderer?" She drew herself up to her fall  regal height,,her eyes flashing and hor  hands clinching aud unci inching iu sap-  prsssed indignation, while her whole  frame seemed to quiver with excite-  meut.   " You believe him to be tho inur-  e ran."'  "i.tavo tho country without <-.  biixiFelf;" _      out sharing  ' "To  clear himself  I'm afr . .  heimporwiblo." ' afr����l wt  mpori  "What!   Dare yon still  ���'Oa!d  Builty���believe" UiaY (T^rg^"0 hi*  iO "UVGtl'(.]T  ln"rdtred  x   Has -rilt'IJE.      ij,-r UUe|ml_,,,  _.   ,.  Wcorgo was pUbc-tic. L'lltf >o  "IbopohedidnotYltriiil   ..R .  any rate, Mabel, darling, wekY    "  one another.   Whether George i !U!?i'!  or uot, yon aro mine." 8mJty  ''Nor'oried Mabel, springingu? <<!f  George is guilty, 1 Pau mTverll- f  wife! You shall not marry ._10 ?:/��*  a murderer!" M6ter*jf  To b* continued.  dm-ftr?" sha rcrjnftr<��i.  For sale by all ,'dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  PoJlzeivrldrlBreisvercel-en.  This word Is that used to describe  the latest offense for which a person  may be arrested in Austria. It Is used  to refer to any act that meets with the  disapproval of the police,i yet Is not  forbidden by municipal ordinances or  national statutes. Tha Austrian police  have the authority to arrest any one  guilty of an act which they may disapprove. If the police Inspector  chooses, the latter may imprison the  offender without troubling either judge  or jury.  Flrc�� oh Automobile*.  Fires on autocars are said to be becoming numerous, In Franco with the  increase of automobiles. Many of  these fires are due to inexperience, as,  for instance, In a recent case, where  the attendant foolishly tried to fill the  reservoir with petroleum without ax-  Uttaulshittff the burnera.  "Duncan," came the voice lujnin, "it was  George you taw there!"  but on it went with unerring precision  equidistant between and it fasoinated  me. The silence grow ih tho room, and  at last Mr. Fenton did not ohooso to  wait longer for his answer. He began  to tap the carpet wiih hia foot, and  then ho said impatiently:  "Well?"  "I think it is going a little to the  left,    I said meohanically.  "What?"  He was gotting indignant now, nnd  Meohanically I pulled myself together  and told hmi whafc I had already 8ajd  at tho police station, hiding just aa  much, confusing just aa little. ���  "Stabbed, you ��iy?"  ''Stabbed to the heart."  "Then tho rullian who did the deed  was one^of her many friends, I'll be  bound. Depend upon it, she was carrying on with two or throe. I told GeorL  m auohj bat,   f00l that b.  *���   ��  "What else, oould I think? I found  him there beudiug ovor her with thr  .broken dagger in1 his bunds���his own  Venetian dagger which used ' to hang  over (he mantelpiece in his room. Look  for yourself. The dagger is not there  now." (i        ���[ i  "You-found him" there! Were you  uot found there, too, with her watch in  your bauds? "Did I take you to bo n  ihioi? You found him there indeed J" "  , "I think yon must admit"��� I began.  . "Admit, Duncan! I admit nothing.  I leave'(hat to, yon."  Suddenly a thought  soemod   to flash  ���crow- her.   * ,  "So, Duncan,.it is owing to your ad  mishious thatGeorge isnow being limited. To free yourself you havo, cast Suspicion upon him��� upon mj .brother!  This is tho way yon show your love for  mo? Love! Do you call this love?"  , Tho fly still crawled'on tbe wail, but  it had hopelessly lost its track.  I was quito calm now: Tho wor.M  had come, and moro than tbo worst;  but, at any irate, I oould speak quite  openly.  "Mabel," I said, "will  you j:?.^ to  me for one  moment?   1   am absolutely  innocent of casting any suspicion upon  Georgo.  His name has npver passed my  Jips in connection with the case.  I said  .nothing about; tbo murderer  at the po-  lico  station, savo   that i   should know  "him -.gain if I saw him.    Yon must see,  from that paper that Goorge bas-brought  all tho suspicion upou himself   by running away and by trying  to get rid of  tbo dagger.    Even   now nouo   but  you  and I  have tho faintest .suspicion who  tbe  man   desorihed   is.    Ho may  still  cscapo."  "Escape! What do you mean? Of  oourso ho will come-forward aud explain why ho was Uioro. You woro arrested for tho crimo and released, and  Georgo will have as good a reason as  you had for beiug there."  As sho said this Mabel grow calmer,  for sho saw her cruel suspicious of me  were unjust and unfounded.  "Mabel, "I continued, "can't you im-  Hgino my feelings and understand tbo  njjoiiy I havo huffored hinco I saw George  ihero und uiy dcairo not to ho tho  boaror of Ibis horrible uows lo you?  Why, just now your father lias Mt juc  with suspicion because I would not  ��l)euk openly of tho man. I could nut  havo believed you ever could hnve  duuhtPcl    mo   *a    or   said    such    cruel  tllJURH. ���'  "Duncan, forgive  me," said  Mabel  now wbito nnd trembling from tbo ter'  riblo tension of   the past Jew minutes  I knelt nt her Gido and kissed bor  cold  hands, calling  hor   by every ende.U'in��  ua mo. fa  "Forgivo mo, darling," fiho HIlid  again, for u momentjouciiiug my forehead with Jjer'lipsv "I must havo boon  mud for tho moment <o' suspect you���  you of all men���of such madness. But  it was all so horrible���so horrible!"  And at tbo recollection tremor after  tremor passed oyer her frame.  1 drew her gently to me, and in mv  arms tried . to mako hor forget all but  onr lov (it  "Oh,1' Duncan, whero do you ythinl-  Uecrgo is uow? Cannot yon find out'"  1.ogother wo read tho account which  tracad him to Manchester.  "Manchester!"  sho  reflected." "We  know no ono there. Ho could have had  ��o motivo in going thero. Why did h*.  Ro, doyou tliiuk?"  '"Jo get  .bezn  off tho scent, I  Bl.n.  pose.   100r oh       heI]Jj b(iyo (;        JP  task to keep out of their bands."  ���     The Sale��lnd>'�� ltom7��ct  "Yes. I'm in the necktie depart,-,���,  3w. ��� I. like it ever so much u,"  than selling ribbons.   Men'are soZT  easier to suit than women.,, All vol*  got to do is smile at them and vquJI  sell them any old thing.   Tlje"Woi  will  linger over the whole stock .���  uot buy 30 cents' wortb-j���st a. J  lady had nothing to do but show ����� ,���  Besides,  1  don't  like  the  lloontuK  lu   the  ribbon   department.    *j"i.e If  we've got now is lovely.   ms ,-aJJ  Perkins���Horatio    Perkins-am] "*"..  Just as swell.   , u  "Aud/ say,  can ,y'ou keep a s,.cm,  He's���you won't toll a soul?--noli ie-.  in love with me.   No, he hasn't .said so  yet, but I can tell by the way he look.  at  me-never  takes  his cvw off me  from morning till night.   He'sJ^|olN  .too, and that's a sure sign.   Vou ou"i*t  to've seen him'yesterday'when i,.0^,  came In to .Invite me to the hill |HJ^.  er's ball," George-he's my old steady  you know���well, he and I was sraridinz  .there  talking  when  Honuio-j  uim  Mr. Perkins���came along."  ne jrave m  au awful, fierce look, but I never let  oa that I seen him;,but Just kept right  on'talking.'"      ,'       ',.  .   "Then he stepped rlglit up to nieand  says, bis voice quivering \yjth suppressed emotion, he says: 'Miss Koblnsoa.  he says, 'are you aware that there are  half' a  dozen  customers  waiting for  you?   .    . '',''-  "I know he-only said that so ns not  to betray his real feelings, because  when L turned around there wasn't soy  six customers there at all. There wj  only four."  A Ho-ir'ttt the Shoir.   "  The lord mayor's show,is nn 'annual  theme for'lhe newspapers. Very little  win be said about it that has not been  said again and again."' It costs atom  ��2,000, the banquet from ��2.000 to ��3,-  000: 'Clio show has sunk during the'  1 century to borrowing some of Its splendors from the "property man." There-'  by hangs a, tale.    ,     *  A certain lord mayor hired fro in the  Surrey  theater .two   Bults of   arinor,  brass and steel, with a" couple of.su-'  pers to go Inside! them.    The mannger  of! tho Surrey stipulated,   by  tbe tiay,  that   the  steel   armor  should   not be  used if the day be a wet or a foggy  one.   After the show the men in armor  were taken lo the Guildhall,  remain-  Ing there several hours without food.  No  one,  it appears, ��� was able  to rid  them pt their'ironmongery.  Wine was given them, aud the man  of brass became intoxicated.   The bystanders, thinking if he fell about (iil  he would injure others as well ai him- <>  self, tried to eject liim.    But he staged fight, aud, to add to thefr further  dismay, his companion In arms Joined  him.   Tbey were overcome at last only  by  sheer weight  of  numbers.    Then  the maker of the armor was sent for.  He eventunlly succeeded iu freeing its  meu,  'who   were  in  danger of be!a_  stifled  by the weight of their equipment���Good Words.  Trenfliijr InMOimiln.  So many people suffer from Insomnia  nowadays that It is a wonder tliey do  not adopt the timo honored custom ol  French   kings, and   indeed of our ancestors generally, the '"en ens" by tbe  bedside, the meal of fruit-or bread and  cold chicken,  put   ready   in   case oi  wakefulness.  Many a merry little meal  .night />o eaten  i��j  the middle ot (ho  night,   when ��� thoughts  crowd  on tlio  mind and care nils  heavy.    It Is the  wakeful d'igosUon that claims Its dm  and  clamors  to  be   fed.    Our forefathers wore wise, and  many a hunter  after old  furniture knows the quaint  little  cupboard   with    a    grated <M<"  which served for the night meal .mul]i  now .sometimes blinded.a chcrse t'11!1'  board.    A  bedside book  Is or no ����  when  the pangs of  hunger innhe b>"  mastery,    but    with*  a   book   ami  ��  "snack"    one   can   contrive   to   pas-i  ��omc pleasant hours, ,cveii when .-di'i'l'  does not touch  one's eyelids nm\ d"-  Hwcet boon of unconsciousness ova��l��?K  one's grasp,  Two  DoUhi-m,  I'li-nm-.  "Do you know anything that will m^1  nie stout, doctor?"  "Why, cerfiiiiily I do."  "What in it?"  "Flesh."  lie- Ceriiifiily Hail.  Friend���1 henr that you recently dropped in to, poetry.  ' Amateur" Hard���Well, the editor fired  me into,the wastelmsket,. if.Hud's ffl"'  J-ou moan,���Syracuse  Herald.  A SH^lit 'MlHun&crfttniuUoK.'  Clara-What do you sny to oilr taJni*  a nice long tramp in the country early lu  the morning?  .Maud���But we have never bceii I"'1"'  diiced to any nice long tramp.--Cluciitf  N'.t'WM. ��� ���'  m"    ile,,,iJI n t0 como ba��l< undrnnsv  iin  nswor  ll���� dreadful charge-this calumny."  ^    It would   be madness, Mabel.    Hia  only chancy., to got out of the county  TVlin* It 1*.  \ "What Is concentration?" '  ��� ,  '"It's the wnv-'n man Klicks to lhe s��"-  jeet he ivants to  talk  about, ��'l,llt',3"L.  stick   to  the  Biihject  you   want  about."���Chicago Iloeord.  to  mlk  mediscourwi.--.  nmnramman  ,CnJI<-��J novrrt. '     '.  | Tenor (singing passionately)-!1'*10' m  soul, nnd stretch thy wings- ,. ,,,  Small Boy (in rearJ-Hubbcr, rubben  Town Topics, ^ T-fV-i-j&tjH&ku^ . ���  THE MOYrE LEADER.  in  MOYIE,    B.    0.  TAKING  THE  REINS.  -...Lena A. 2:!>WA, a new 2:?,0 trotter,  u a .^j. t to B.'tiiiT-ttn, 2;0(;-"i.  jn the tree for all at ll.>ol:s>iown, I'n.,  ��_,�� other day Alice .Vims lowered the  twci: record to 2:1!%  Tonka F, 2:11%, is anoiher Iowa prod- j  DCt dial is doing well this year. She Las j  ffuU "hie straight races.  \y. \y Baker's bay marc Mi���s Haley.'  o-ZA\\, holds lhe Columbus (O.. wagon I  .".void, having (rotted a mile at that .stylo!  . -       .>.0-! '  ���.uiiluiid Belle was recently hooked  to  .ulfcy "t  Cleveland,   and   when   hbe  got  o?fd to Uie light  rig stepped  a  mile  2-()S, last lialfiin t :0,'J.  Jjihcl h. hy Kcd field", who won the 2:20  trot ��t the Nockpoi-t (0.) meeting, wax  bem-lit two year^ ago ror-$ii<j. She cost.  ]}(,���.y Sanders $8oU a few weeks .age;  ,]���]..��� pray gelding Who Is It, by Nnt-  rul. 1 Wilkes, made bin first .start of the  f_a,.,ii in the 2:12 trot ut Iteadvillo am]  tcrt-J. a leconl of 'J-AOy, in the lir.si'in-.it.  .-.J Star stepped iho second heat 0f  ih,. in-e tor nil at Bajnbridge, Ind.. Aug.  j;ij2:12',i. reducing his record n <|._ar-  ur'uf a second imd'breftkhig Uil- truck  h��iti.  ' HnVdc  the gelding, that   had  -.-iieh  .. -     .   :..    . I...   *J ..J--    ..   ��'  fi,  tc,j n|)  t��   ii   short." Unit-, ago   pulled   a  butiJrrr"-�� delivery wagon.  A.-iiKk-  is  yet   iinidi'-nlifM-d   and   after  vlaiisiig th;' first heat of the li:3.'. trott.��t  Aui-iirii.   N'.   }'.,'.in   handy   fashion   was  riilt-il out. owing lo his owner not belli"  , __!���.' to identify the horse. ,       "  Id.jlita and Minnie W, winners of first  end��� second  moneya  respectively  in  tbe  Xt-iv Kugland   Futurity  and   both   Palo  Al:�� bred om-s, went through tho Fasig  ��3lr in ("h'.'elaiid a year' n^o, ,   " <  .iMuln. 2:1,S.  regi.sf.ered  as  Lone  Pine,  fui! I.nilli'-r to I'.-ilo Alto, 2-.08%; Altivo!  i'd^'j. i-lv.. is now in the Great Table,  his S.iriirhri-i- 1'iveita having taken a ree-  .ci-'i "f '-'.'- >���    This gives  Diimo  Wijitji��  fcoiliiT pi mincer of spi-ed.��� IIorseuian.  j MOSES' LAWSUIT  J �� f��.h.ied ���,���,, ...;', f>f ,J1S house win*  I Ben Thompson ;' a  ,awsl,i��   wid  any  case.    v0\\,.(;(011 l ,W"k .vou have  ' willing to ��,������        nfe  uust  La^  IJec-n  bold,'  r, K to go.  Jhen I want, a law-iuit wid Jin- j.--���  .Id.   continued the- caller. ' l "et  .(:;haIlsJ"�� heen doing'."  Undo. SIV'UIJ  "WBy Wid "��' ��J��urht.r  "Your daughter Linda'' W*ii=k,'' .  ��ffo. and hl,e w���s ,..:,, r,' \\f'h, she's of  case aKai���s| ji,;s..WI",DS-    ion have no  keep houS �� " ' ba,U l eot. nobody to  ... aa  .y iliiiig in (he ,2:3:. iroi nnd piU-.- at  .|:,-n, N. V.', was recently sold for $7.1  replied  If any woman  ��� ,,,      --   vtcn carried  hor will. ,t would bave begn different ior  "Hut 1'ze got to bave a luwsult   m.h ��  protested Moses as be HngoSd Uh'  J lion yon. uni.st bave a case"  the justice.  "Ye-M-nb; I'll git a case."  Ihe man disiippeftrcd down the'street  and we though, we had seen the la�� of  ii ni. but a quarter of an hour later ho re-  turin-d to bay: ,.  Dick White d.m-0 by .de, compress. ��IU l  walked into bin. ai, gin hini sicl. a lickin  dai  dey  had   t..  kerry  bim  home on  a  doah     It's all ,iKiu, sab. an  i  want a  lawsuit  wid Dick 'Wbite/'-Philadelpbla  Itecord. ' ..  PALE PEOPLE ~  HaVhearht6il bI����d enriched'  ��ielr  cheekf "?g?en6d and thei^  Heart.121 ^ nsins MiIbur^  ��eart and Nerve Pills.  Insufflciont ouanrii-,. ���   '    ���  the   blood i3 iTieiil W P��,��r ^'iality of  usually follow Tnvri16 ev" re^ulis that  heart. y  UfcJ'ailgement  of the  wajfe^? 1,eeo,,,e3 weakened in any  y-a a result the  blood deteriorates.  It loses itsnourish-  yj, vitalizing,  h<-alth-givingqnal-  itit-i. The face becomes pale, 'thin.,  and waxen, the lips  bloodless, the hands  and feet cold.  There   is   weak-  shortnessofbreathanSitaih^^a  those suffering from thin or waleir blood  start taking Milburn's Ilc-urt au^Nerve  Pills they are assured of {. cure     Ever?  REPORTED  DEAD  Vnt  ,   JlKUlC.ir.   SCIENCK'  ADVAXCKS.  Positive   Curo.   r*jr.A��itljiiiltt    Dliicurorpd.  ,        i '  It lias   long   tx-en     recognized hy medical  iclt-nii-i-i throughout the  world  that naliix-*  U>iuj.|>ll(.-d all creation with some remedy ir  tleiryi-iiilileor ndnerftl kingdom wherewith  iil j'orni-, ot ulbri'ciita can be cured, but It -was'  m.: ii >!il the dl^overy by Stanley of tho won-  ���io.'ii! Kola phmfc oIoiik   Ihu Congo River in  Afri-uiltiitaitlirna was perm-inently curable  la fact, if. v.'nH uot .antll'thc   investlpations  a*:-'by(I)r. I'luTke .*o'ineycara later ilxat this  d!��\-v-wr.* foiiml cu;;tlile; he found  that br  ejittM-iliij; the t-xtniel of Kola Nut with other  TrxoUl.l- eurucM Urn* ihu<,-oinpon:id obtained  vro'.lil .Mriii.-iiii.inly f-urcusthtiiH.. Olorkc'i- Kola  i'ii. niul wiw ilicn lrfi-<l f�� o\nr i*>.' <*ri��.r*8 kit  iiffrr<-:ii hrtiplials-.^irh I It..- marvelous kvmiIi  ;..j' ��� w...'i;, }lr.r c.,.,n   werijj iHiriniinenily cured  ah-i iliiiu fo Jays" tT��tinu-nt.    Claik��*�� Koln  L-.i'if.iii.rt is mns- ret- gnized Ui bit,(he Only  ���*ni-tut nt ci(r>- tor thin dreaded dlhcasp.   Sold  Midi <!rvgiris:,s.     F,.,.c MimJ(le  .xittln lent-1-  ?-llL,<-yt>"i'-.;>I"nJt,'��I- ,illa jwpcr- Address The'  OrittS-.il. & Ma.-p!ifr��on <>., Ji! Cblireli Str. c:,  i'jiuiiln, i,r -taix-out*!-.   Ji. o., iui]c>.  Cjiiiiulliir  TO PRETEXT IS BETTER THAK  TO REPENT.-A littlo medicine lr"the  shape of the wonderful pellets which' are  known as Parmelee's Vegetable. Pills  administered ar, the proper time and with  the directions adhered to often prevent a  serious attack of sickness and save money  which would go to tbe doctor. In all irregularities of tho digestive organs they  are hu invaluable corrective aiid by  cleansing the blood they clear the sfein of  imperfections.  dose acts on the heart itw-lf, causing it  to beat strong, bteady and regula,       &  ��� bvery  dose,   too,   introduces into the  S3! i"S J2STJJC"���"������Vu  These  comj.huT.m   bronyht' about "great  bTn I"3' &/'d f0",inff ��1' ^^ne,;s.fe Mv  Wood *as of poor quality so much so that T  heeame palri , and languid. W ]�� ,Si  Heart and Nerve Pills cured me after in  else failed. They hnilt-vp mv Ji  enriched my blood, strp,.sthoi.td ^  .nerves aud restored me to heal-li " ���  In  ,    ORCHARD AND GARDEN.  Homy of side shoots shade the trunk of  tbo lu-e.  U'uli fruit frees true beauty should be  fi.*. ���.i.iateil  with   vitality,. y ��� i  I" tr:isis|i!atinP MiVc nil  the roots pos- '  t'ove at Plritt Sight.  "is there such a thing as love at first  sight?"  "Well, that's a hard question to answer with any defiriiteness. There is  something thnt seems like love at first  fttght. but it takes three or four years  m determine Its genuineness, and by  that time the,problem and the circum-  siaiu-os are usually forgotten, and consequently aoihing is clearly detuon-  .smued."���ChicaL'o Post.  mum LDdMEHT Reileyes Nenrdda.  .Vol  a   f-rofcuslonul.  -First   Chap���Who   is   the   gentleman  with the fine dog'-"  Second Chap���That's Sharkey, n literary fellow. His dog's woith $1,000, they  say.  ..  jr. C���Impossible J    How cna he afford  to keep it? '  , S. O.���Oh, he's only an amateur liter  ary man, you kuor���depends on bis fa-'  ther for a living.���Elarlem Life.  ANIMAL ODDITIES."  the  iu   the  hn��� i       African   elephant   both   se^es  thev   l\T7  l,WkSi. WhUb iu   ^  Asia IJ  iheyaie    generally    ro,(,-i,t,d    to   ,ih9  The wild horses of Arabia will not ad-  mi a tame horse among them, wl le the  mid horses of South A,_,L,ica MJ ?��� ��  nl^rh TeSiiCatCd borso�� ''ro'�� their  m;i.ste.s and seem eager to welcome thorn  JJhJ- C��, Mo-X,5eo dotls "ot "imi��-ove  each shmi-ip hour." As t'l.ere is very lit-  tie cold weather there, no necessity exists for laying iu wi���{vr 5lores of ,;    /  and the bee is the.efore as lazv a.s "a  cock mii eh.  The speed of nn otter under water i.s  ani.-uing.    Fish 'h.lve no d),,nc'e ^.^  hu-A    In some |,la.-r.< in Fndi.*. one��� .-ire  kept   l.y   the   naiii.-.-   to   li<-|,    for ��� t ii<*-iu  I ht-y me tied i;p to Milk,?*- Iikt. dogs-when  not   u.irkuig.  wear j-hnti-d .-,iraiv  <���<,!  ���llld sr-i-ni happy.  exuecied    Resnlt.i    ot   a    Lnmber-  mnn'���  Boffm  DIspntch.  "Some people are so crazy to see their  names in print." said an amateur cynic  the other day, -'that they would be willing to die if they could only read'th<=-ir  death notices."  r "Did you ever actually know of a case  of lhat kind?- asked an old reporter in  the group.  "I cannot say I ever did," replied tho  amateur cynic.  :hi,Wi'U' l have��" sa-d the reporter.  -Lhe star actor in the little affair was a  lumberman too. He, doesn't live hereabouts, now, and I suppose it would be  safe to tell the .story. This lumberman  conceived the idea that he was'a very  valuable and popular citizen in the com-  1D",lty wl,ere he lived. ��� -  "The  hallucination  was   unshared   by  any of his fellow beings, but it had such  a_ firm hold on his mind that on one occasion,-when he was in New York, he decided   to   wire  homo that   he,,had   been  found dead merely to get a chance to peruse the  eulogies he felt certain  would  appear in the local papers  . "He intended,  of course, to telegraph  a ter on that it was all a. mistake.   Well  jo sent  his first message,  signing some  uctitious   name,    and   awaited   developments.    In a couple of days the local papers came lo  hand,  and   when  he  read  them he nearly had a fit.-   Tbey had at.  once  adopted   the   theory   that "be   died  from the results of a big spret and printed a spicy resume of his past career to  support the hypothesis.    They also' intl-  niatt-ii that the community could struggl*'  along very nicely, without him.  "After he had digested'these pleasing  .i-ibutcs he concluded not to,send the other telegram, but to return in person and  pay his respects to the editors.  ''I forget now which , licked.' but the  affair was the., talk of the section for  months and effectually cured the lumberman of any hungering- for newspaper notoriety By the way, this yarn is letter  lrue.    ihe incident occurred over in Ter-  A  Sense' of  Insecurity.  , "I'm kcepin a sharp lookout fur work."  said Meandering Mike.  Plodding  Pete gazed al bim  In  mute  .may as he added: .  "I 'moans it. You've gotter keep a  lookout fur work dese busy days. If you  ain't ,'cm-eful, a situational sneak up "behind yer an grab yer an have yer under  obligations to, de pay roil before ver  knows . what's happenin."���Washington  otar. t ��� ,  J.-W  THERE   IS   DEATH   IN( THE  AIR   FOR   THOSE  WITH WEAK LUNGS WHO BRAVE THE  DANGERS OF COLD WEATHER.  Weak Lungs Made Strong and Proof Against Danger  *   by the  New Scientific  Slocum  Treatment  for /  La Grippe, Coughs, Consumption and Dis- .  eases of the Respiratory Organs.  NEW  TREATMENT THAT CURES .CONSUMPTION, AND A  CHANCE FOR YOU.TO TEST IT FREE.  ali-aiv  collars  A Diner Out.  *|Will you not eat your pie here in th*  kitchen?"  "T':uiks, lady, but youse see I prides  mesolf on bein a diner out:"���Ohio State  .fournal. , ' ,  Clint-ltahle.  Bridget���I can't stand the missus, sur.  Von Blumer (sarcastically)���It's a pity,  Bridget, that  I  couldn't have selected a  nUc and .-.piead tlieiivout naturally and I  vvifo t0 Kllit -vou-  wdl. , , j      Bridget���Sure  sur    wo  all   niak��  mi-;  Keep a lookout for the borer. A twist-  w wiie will usually _.eneh bim if Le is ,-���  l�� Mem of the tree.  'i'o nmke the most out of, the garden  c-U'iy pj,ot occupied during th.*  tr����i'ig Mason with a crop.  Jn Brow-ins fruits some distance from  i-.tet it is always best to grow such  wrtii-.+ as will keep well nnd bear trans-  takes.  Vi rji  Holloway's Corn Curo is the medicine to  remove all kinds, of corns aud warts, and  only costs the small sum of twenty-five cento.  Jnst a  Su-ipoaiUon.        ' ,-  ��� r_v-.ko.no--1  6vii>]>ort\.*  lhat deafness ia  aggravated at this season of the year?  Gaswell���What   makes you  suppose  that?  Dukane-It is the "Hey!" fever time.  ���Pittsburg Chronicle,  There is nothing equal to Mother Graves'  M orni Exterminator for destroying worms.  Xo article of its kind has given such satisfaction.  HellectloiiK of n Bachelor.  The man who has failed to climb to the  top of the ladder generally claims that  the top rounds were rotten.      *  There was once a man who discovered  A Cnjie In Rebuttal.      =  "Wonien have no continuity of purpose."  "Haven't tbey? My cousin Laura  hought a i.75 diamond ring and paid for  it $1 at a time."���Chicago Record.  -  ,Define<l.  Bobby���Pop, what is domesile economy?    , ,  ,  .  Papa���It's the fine art of reducing the  grocer's bills and smoking' 10 cent cigars  at the same time, my son.���New Tori-  World.  Keuiedy for Whooping: Cough.  At tbis season;Whooping Cough is verv  prevalent among some of the cbildren iu  most families. It is not advisable to stop  the oougbing entirely, but relief should  undoubtedly besought Griffchs' Menthol  Liniment affords more prompt; relief thau  any other remedy. Also in cases of Croup  it affords Immediate relief. Trv it. All  druggists. 23 cents.  A TONIC FOR THE DEBILITATED.  ���Parmelee's   Vegetable  Pills  by actiDg  mlldlv but thoroughly on   tho seoretlon.-. , ,     , ,,,,.,,,  of tbo body are a valuable  tonic,   stlmu- I a cure for love- b��l the devil bought the  latlng tho   lagging  organs  to  healthful j formula and burned it up  action and restoring them to   full   vigor.  They can bo   taken-in   graduated  doses  ll,/, ��� �� ft(lvantapes in fall planting  ''::''.'"* nearly 0II cases lhere isYh'en  ^���* nun. to do the work and it ujav Ih*  If ""e carefully. This is always an  -.i-oinint item in transplanting.  hhi/iy-"1  K^wer.s  prefer to   bud  so  ^jp in t..e sonsoii that the, inserted buds  "  '����� i.oiinant dnring  the  winter.    If  ww.1,1 P'^"'y-   U)<-'y   Brow   niul   ih*  "^  fon;,,   " "// ,,,1V?  ti,ne  to "'pen well  and'so used that they can be discontinued  at any time without return of the ailments which they were used to allay.  'pi,  "1 wish.'  A  llniiKcr,'  said tbe Filipino, "that peo-  .   Conf n�� In ir.  "It's a hard iiiu^tioii." said Broncho  Bob. "I guess we'll keep the thing's out  ui Ciiiii.sou Gulch altogether."  "What things?"  ,- Orterniohih-s. Ef a nian steals a hoss,  we know what to do wiih him. but if it  wns ii hosMess carriage we'd be all mixed  up. and iiH-libe in n little while, justice  v.-iiuhhi't stand no show at all."���Wi.sh-  ingtoii Star.  Probably if babies knew what was  coining to them when they got oome of  their own they'd act a lot loss fresh.  When a man takes a college girl out  to 'dinner, he feels that the hill cnuie to  more than tbe entertainment was worth.  ���New York Press.  Hoolicnn  nt  the  Seanhore.  C. 0. RICHARDS & CO.  Dear Sirs,���A few days ago I was  taken with a severo pain and contraction of the cords of my* leg, aud had  to be taken homo in u rig.    I could not  The cold \veatherJms_brought its usual  crop of la grippey catarrh, coughs, sore  throats, etc., etc. II means' death .to thousands if ne'glected.  Por these'disorders are but forerunners of  death-dealing consumption.  Doctor Sloc'iun's new treatment for this  terrible disease "is a. lifeboat of hope for  those in despair.  It is a new scientific system of medicine-  the resulOof modern medical- discoveries, a  positive and absolute annihilator of the  deadly consumption, and grip germ.  The   system   consists   of   three   remedies  Slocum System of Treatment in large origl-  nal puck-ages, with full directions for use.  .Science daily develops new wonders, aad  the distinguished chemist, T. A. Slocum, pa-'  tiendy experimenting for years, has pro-'  duccd results as beneficial to humanity as  can be obtained by any modern genius. His  assertion I hat, lung trouble and consumption  are curable in any climate is proven by  heartfelt letters of gratitude, filed in his Can-  adian, American and European laboratories,  in thousands, from thoso cured in all parta  of the world. And wishing fo demonstrate  his discovery of reliable cure for consump-  which act simultaneously arid   supplement' lion (pulmonary tuberculosis), and all 'throat  each other's curative action.   . ! ;ir_d lung troubles, will send Three Free Bot-  -���      'Krt-r.  Mrs. Hooligan���Vis, Mrs. Finucane, wo  sleep for the paiu,   and   wa-i   unable to , foind this comboiued deck chair nn ham  { nonhi quit  referring to that general  ' a comic opera warrior."      ,   -  tiui'i'"   ''"  ufrili(J   hi-s   CocliuS��   w"1   b#  mi?"  "Not  a  hit.     I   o,ico   traveled   with  th!' n'"1  ' klUiw something about  liu-  u{/   ����}'irc.     If  be   ever   gets   (he   idea  'tu'r. I '" " flrst d,,ss t'ouiediiiu. he'll bo  . "' "'-Uil lus snlury quadrupled inside  ''^'ei..,,,,^. .-Washington Star.  iloS<A'V|)S     L1K1<:     HKit,-Term.      ......  dt'*'t- nf m/',\l'n! Hrl(,H(-'' write-.: "I owe7 a ! f0r   Sonie   one  I.E(Vl'i,'i,;'i',fI",d��- to DH.  THOMAS'   EC-j  Nil 11,,., '   ".'' fur curing 1110 of a severe  tCr ,A'i   ii'iiublci mo nearly all last wln-  h��i-kln,, "r-'-'r tu Jflvu .n.ouletus to a  THoVl^0'!?'1- tako :a dose of DR.  '���������v oj 'In Mh-RQ'miQ Oil thrice a  ���lt'T,'J.;0M',,"er If tho cough enoJIs  render  Cnmiilni; die Idea.  Swimming Instructor ��� Remember,  you must kick with your feet, and  stlike out with your hands.  Fair Loarncr-Sli-ike out? Why. It's  Just liko baseball, Isn't It?���Chicago  Ti'lbuiie.    An   lOclttor'n  IjUoI..  Society    Beporter-Mrs.   Skihigh   coin-  plains  thai  the picture we printed does  .not look a bit like her.  lCditnr���Tbui's lucky.    We can  use it  else   then. ��� New    York  Weekly.  put my foot to tho floor. A friend  (old me of your MINARD'S LINIMENT, and one hour from the first application, I was able to walk, and  the pain entirely disappeared.  .. Yon can uso my name as freely as  you like, as I consider it tlie, best  remedy 1 have over im-d,  CHRlSTOIIPICR (JKRRY.  Iiigorsoll, Out.  mack tbot me onld man's constructed  Tery handy during the warm weather.���  Nuggets.  A BRAVE WOMAN.  flow a Drunken Husband Was Made a  Sofcer Man by a Determined Wife-  Tho Doctor Slocum system has brought  health to, thousands who were weak, sickly,  pale, thin, and therefore open to consumption infection, if not infected.  It has cured dangerous ��� throat and lung  troubles which the sufferers thought were  proof against medicine.  It is the cold weather antidote.  What it.has done is a proof of what it will  do���for you���if you'll let it. '  It is simple and effective, easy and pleasant to take.  Modern science reduced to a nutshell.  The problem of disease prevention solved.  Every  first-class  druggist   dispenses   the  ties (all different) of his new discoveries to  any afflicted reader of this paper writing for  them. ��� '  Simply write to the T.-A. Slocum Chem-  ical Company, Limited, 179 King street west,  Toronto, giving, postofiice and express ad.  dress, nnd the free medicine, (the Slocum  Cure) will be promptly sent.  , Sufferers should take instant advantage of  this generous proposition, and when writing  lo them say you saw this free offer in this  paper.  Persons in Canada seeing Slocum's frea  offer in American papers'will please send foi  samples to Toronto. ,  insftry.  ���       *Vl��|.H<.,i   the Dcfldener.  1 Want   "  Mnri    "v you   ioYnako  a  statue.of  tnt'h'/ny wifo''M��nt  wiix." said, the  ;)   '.' visnor to   tbo  sculptor,   "but I  one , f'4 " Iliet����� Of li"'. can't fin'  'Ij'jvhaiY, an slio's'dead an gonol"  J iiijiidor and Ti-htning,'' exclaimed  W  ' ���  A DlNtrriu-c to III* S4>.i.  Wjiggs (ifiiu', '1 :i.  in. 1  -Aiv you going io ii-ll youv wife all that happened  when yuu yet home?  .l.iggs���Nope, but I'm (hie) golu to  tell la-r lush o' tliiiidis that (lilc) nevet  l.iipjierit'd 'lall.- Chit.-.-igo Xews.  MIKARD'S LINIMENT-Cures Dandruff". ���  "how can yon expect me  Was' tho triumphant in-  "i'hatya iti"  wn<ptj()ll    -Thaffl.itl   Jest makoi  u).; 1 niuder an Ji^ht.nin. an-you won't  (i,' '"���'' very farl"���Atlanta Constitu  ,arfl,s Liniment Cores Burns,. Etc.  Couldn't sleep at '.night  with the torture.  "V  JfH  ��tiv.  -JI-   .Human Nature.  the fi  ��id the founder of the co-oper-  \ colony, "  tn  mt  we got on very nicely for  "���^months.    Then tho trouble  l(,Rtlii.'  '"l\h\ y,��nr "'"Jastrles phy?"  b,it iv��  '""f'nes   'promised    favorably,  u,,,l.l'i t stand  prosperity     Ono  iverod  1,1,11  one of the  women  sub-  Wo  ""'lltiih     <lls,,<��vt!ro<l a gold mine in (he  Ml,,,! y     . . .       11,11 hiaihi'. " f,,sl,1��ti .nut��a/.hif, and.thei  Jliuie star led.'-,      '  Eczeiha, or Salt Rheum as it is  often called,; is one of the most  iigom/Ang. of skin diseases, nothing  but torture during the day and twofold torture at night.  , But there's a remedy permanently  ctires the worst kind of Eczema-  relieves the itching", burning and  smarting-1 and soon leaves.the;��kin  smooth ancl healthy.  It ia Burdock Blood Bittern.  Mrs. Welch, Greenbank, Ont.,  tried it and here is what she says:  "B B B. cured mc of Eczema three yeara  ne-o and I have had no return of it since.  1 wan so bad that I could not sleep at night  .W-Bcinjr told of B.B.B. I tried It. and two  bottloa niftdo a perfect and permanent cure.  So Impostor.  Freddie���There's   a  Yuan   out   there  who says he has not had miytliiiig to  en t for two weeks..       '������;..���  ���..'.Mrs.,Cobwigi,'cr��� Is he a tnuupV  Froddie���Xo. m.'i; he' says he is a  simiiner boarder.���New '.^'orj-: World.  .  A Very Grnvc cite,  '    "Does he sing 'willi expression?"' a  "Expression?. C'eewhillikens! I should  say so! Why. even his own wife doesn't  reencnizo   his; features   when  lie's  siujj-  iusr- ;", . a " "' '  i'ou need not cough all nigJitond disturb your friends; there is no occasion  for vou running tho risk of contracting  Inflammation of tho lungs or consumption  while you can get Bicklo's Anti-Consumptive Syrun. This medicine cures  ooiiKhs, colds, inflammation of tha lungs  and all throat nnd chest troubles. It promotes o free and easy expectoration,  which immediately relieves the throat  and lungs from viscid phlegm.     ;  Tlmiic Hide H*ntlBtler��.  \yi{QY���Did you think of me whilo 1  was down at tho beach, dear?  Hnbbio���Why, of course. Didn't I  get a bill from tha landlord once a  week 1���Yonkers Statesman.  A PATHETIC UBTTBR.  Sha writes.-���"I had for a long time been  thlnking;Of trying the Samaria Proscription troatmont  on my   husband for hia  drinking habits, bub I was afraid he would  dlscovor that I was giving him medicine,  ��ud tho thought unnorvedf mo. I hesitated  for nearly a wook,  but ono day when ho  jamo homo vory   much   Intoxicated and  his week's salary nearly all spent, I threw  off all f oat- and  determined to make an  sffort to save our homo from the ruin I  ��aw coming, at all hazards.   I cent for  vour Samaria  Proscription and put lb in  his coffee as directed  next morning and  watched and prayed for the result.   Al  noon.I gave him  more and also at supper.  He never suspected a thing, and I then  boldly kopt right on giving it regularly, ai  L had discovered  something that set every  nerve in my body tingling with hope and  happiness, and I could see a bright future  spread out before me���a peaceful, happy  home, a share in the good thingbof life an  attentive, loving  husband, comforts, .-and  averything else   dear.to a woman's heart,  for rny husband had told me that whiskey  was vile stuff and he was taking a dislike  to it.   It was only too  true, for before I  had given him the full course he had stopped drinking altogether, but I tepfc givina  the med cino till It was gone, and then sent  for another lot to havo on hand if he should  relapse, as he had done from his promises  before.   He never, has, and lam writing  you this letter to toll you how thankful I  am.   I honestly believe it will care the  worst cases." ���  A pamphlet in plain, sealed envelope,  sent free, giving testimonials nnd, full information, with directions how to take or  administer Samaria Proscriptioa Corro-  ���pondence considered sacredly confldon-  tlal Address The Samaria Eomedy Co.,  Jordan street, Toronto, Ont!'  w.   n    v.   zic.  (fpg��  If you cannot attend'the "Winnipeg. Bust  use College juat now, do not waste youi  'enhigs at home.   We can give your instruo  ncKs  even    _      .. _.   tions iilsoine subject by uial?  WriU for descriptive catalot;ue.  CREAM SEPARATORS ���..,. .  If you keep cows' you cannot ��fTorJ to bt  without a CREAM SEPARATOR, and If you  want to have the belt, most moderate is  price, and on easiest terms, apply to  il. A.   LISTEE" ��V 00.,   LTD.,  232 King St., Winnipeg,  Dealers In Dairy Supplies and Produce, Choline Ehglries,  Horn*, Tread Powers, Kto.  O. XV. BONAI,!), Seo.  HI8H BRAOE^PLOWS, SEEDING fflAQHIHES.  Carriages. AVagons,' Harrows, WJndmills  &o.    COCKSHUTT PLOAV CO., Winnipeg,  LUCAS, STEELE k BBISTOL   circio r��Z~~~  Importers of Groceries       JJ. S. & B. Coffcei  urrito nt.   ., Ij.S.& B. Extracts  ffflie as. Htunlltou.Out.   ^.S.&B.Sploen  Unappreciated. .���>  Mm. Long Rich���Marie's greatuncle  gave her as a wedding present a bull  clock over 200 years oid. j y  Mrs. New Hi.ch��� Tbe mean old rascall  Why, he's amply able to have given her  ft splendid new one!���Jeweler*' Weekly.  He'll Cbiiic Hack.  Mr.' Snagjts���JI/ dear, has 'Airs. Penn  returned that bc.ok we,lent ber, a  month ago? '  Mrs. Suaggs���No, I must ask her for  ���"���'���'��� J '. ."    '"A .  "Well, hereafter wo lend ber nothing  but the cat."���I'ittsburg Chronicle Telegraph. I ..     ,.���,.'���''���  l!  w  ��������  MINABD'S mmm for sale Eyerrwiiere.  THE MOST DURABLE  ON THE MARKET. il   ���'  J-SI.il,  ; Air,  -     .   "'  ��� ;*���*>���     !���- ,'    .  f ,*��� Y -' ' i*  f^"    '-A     'j,  '   ���'- c..'     i J'  -���rT 1:1  It.'*),  ...     ?y  ,   .-'">���:  *. ���   .p.  t   ��!-���    '  ��� Wi  fi'iv."  .'' S, i  ��T,'i  "s-:   y\y  *, Tfv -.   '"      19"  ,V;  i'i  1   I.  !tih��;h&  I Ay" ,".'.': ������'  , c*. .1 '  v,  c  ! -?, .-'     ���,J-   HJ  ,?< 1, ,Y. -t<  r a* -1 ���      '. ���    ,'.  Jy"'A}rt".  ik:',;h'h  ..'j!1!!'    '���<     �����  )^'AA'l,A  ',,;^::' *:' ���;>  ir--''     ���   !>.  : iV '���' '���'��� ��� ��� in  j   U. 11;.      '.;;'  ��� '-*.!t?i  . i.'-->  t*;:!'V^''-Tv  h[i   l''.\*'  '-���ir-i.*! ,' ���* ''"'l  HI' '. '!   J< s  'ii  IfcKV  ?*{'��.'I "J. Yil  stir-*  4-:!i1.".*:n,-&  -h'- '"'���":" >f.-f  nKi;>; -4  i ,1 '.",,>. f-i: if  1 _.." , - ! f. j  r<  i sA '.'< ���'" /' V, ji  ' y ���.' ���!    .' .  f '.Vs   -i   -  *  ��� ?.|"V ''\h$  i. ���''-   I   J- '   *        !|  ur*-. 3  ! ^ ��� - ��� * ���-  \yh / r  i',;: .'.'     , 1  I    ���!   r >\   , '    '1  fiA.,,i ,Y  i ,' '���' . 1. ���-  i s>'l , ���',. .t  Y" Y ������ " ,'  yy-A  hY'nlY .".  ! r  .'. r V  ' r- '-������ -':-'   V  I '., ..  f , 11\.  1 ... (,.  &avo.  ' east  i -bett  : oiilj ���  the ~  2r0'  tbe ���  ma  io  ke,'  VeFy  re: ���  01  if  le  E��i��gggi5^igg~!l^^  'jii'nn.'iam1" .,-.��.-r"-s <~��^^r��^*r-^mr-w;c;^gg^g^ggSg^ffyaS;  TAB 1011 tBADBF. 'MOYIP - mww  IJbVjt g {�����        ft-EisL, fete ^.Sg g  ublishcd in tb.e interest of the people  of Moyie and East ICoolon.-iy.  3.UVTH * nrusaRAVp:,  Publisher*  RATES OF SUIISCKTl-TIOX.  One Year ?2.0O,  ��� rO^ISrH XKlDIiRiXAD'f,  l��i-��ip.  Liger beer;?old   by the   Keg or  dozen  bottles.  J. R. COSTIGAN,. a 0.  SATURDAY,, DEO.   9, 1899.  The sword and   the   pen   are  both  slaves lo the money power.       , ��  BottledlBeer  In Stock.. . .  01 imcc:   T.nuli of Coiamerce Iildg.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  Oalside Orders Given'Strict Attention.  LEWIS TEOMBON,  H'otauy Public, Accountant, Commission \anij  Insi'iiance Agent/  B.  C.  �������JCtU��lSb3��iS  r y ^.*r*B!rr!K?xnie?&iAaaft.-iii tut i-riin��.i-r��ii��g  B '3(4 FS   .  >��aa^  SAW AND PLANING MILL.  Wholesale   and  Ketail Butchers.  Moyie,  jYToyie's mine's have- made at least  a dozen men independently'rich within the past year. -  }tt��    ifllfMQftAI  A posloffice has been established at  Kimberley with Chas? Estmere, the  townsite agent, as postmaster.  Assayer and  Metallurgist.  W. F. aUKD,  ��� ' 'j  IJAKiUSTKK, SOLTCITOIR, ETC.  CRANBROOK,      -    _B, C.  SHOPS AT  All Kinds of Hough and  Dressed, Lumber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles. . .  movib, ��n/c.  FOR PMCJiS  APl'I.Y  OK  Wltrir.  G-. R. MUIK. Mgr.  ^ ]twill beau easy matter to convince the people of Moyio that they  need fire protection after the town lias  once been visited by fire.  ���  CRANllUOOIv,  B. C.  <=Si'=:SS':~S^^  "*  If Moyie was inclined in the least to  be boastful what a great boom she  could rib up over her prospects ol  having a'smelter.  '. The only living sou of John Brown-,  whose soul went marching on for  many years, is living iii California in  destitute circumstances.  McVittie & Hutchison,  Fire and Life assurance. Min-  Brokers, Land Surveyors and  Conveyancers, aud Notaries  Public.  f.cavo Orders at   Leader   Oilflco. arOYIK.  In another year .the mines on the  west 6ide of the lake will be employing  nearlyas many men. as those on the  east side and Moyie will derive the  entire benefit.  MERCHANT TAILOR,  CRAHBEOOK.  ti  Repairing Neatly  and  Promptly  Executed.    Special -Allenrion Given  ,' lo Mail Orders.  Suits  Made  to; Order.  A. STAPKEISTSON,  Architect,  Contractor  and  Builder:    Complete    plans  ,    Furnished   and   Estimate.**  Given on all kindYof   work  ,    ,- free of chanre.  Fernie - ' Fort Steele  Cranbrook Moyie Wardner  rTilr ���nMjjTwrwi^J*.BiLii'riiM���'������ it^wntmtmrT^^^riVTWtWmrinir^inr 11-rSwiin?^^  THE   POST   OFFICE  DRUG   AND  STATIONERY STORE.  Patent medicines, toilet  articles, ollice stationery  ind school .-npplies   j j 1 '  IjKNDIng Lihji'ary: If you want a bonk  ask for'it and it will bo procured foi  you without delay.  ,       '<  IT PAYS TO llK.Vr, WITH  HOPE & BEATTIE,  Chemists and Di-ug-pl.^ts,  <* 1  '      MOYIK.  Hi C  BEST   IN   THE   WOULD^*.^  -o-  Fort Steele Brewing Co.'s  1 , 1 * 1     a  LAGER BEER.  Why?   Because It ,has the Pure  Malt Flavor,  - ��� - , ���    '������,���0��� ''''���'  1 - I*  ���     FORT STEELE, B.C.  ty/p? *jT7js- *^rz^ tyz /yi /;yz^.x zynys. >ry. <#x xjj -ijr-ijs-jjv ���7^x~i^~:xy!rii^r Aj.v-.ji- ij. 7.-. ...  AT G. IL MINER'S  ^^^^^t^-"-  .^7.^^^-^. ^.^c:  , To those who* have mado comfortable fortunes out of the mines of the  Kotenays and are contemplating going  to Cape Numc.in th'e spring to again  endure hardship^ in iheir mo.d endeavor lo increase their wealth yve  would advise them to carefully consider tho fable of the dog and the  shadow.  GO   TO' THE  ^ 'The men   employed   in   the   Moyie  mines have always received  the  standard scale of wages.    We   find   at  tbe  present time that the miners .working  in the No. 1 tunnel of tlie Lake Shore  , are getting' U for   a'"shift   of  eight  houj-rs, other miners $3.50 for, Uio'samo  time, while the men   who--havo"=hben  doing contract work on the St. Eugene  havo been making   from $3.50 to $7 a  day. ' ,  '3ES:0"0"S3S.  fl " '  I  For your oullit.    The largest stock in  East Kootenay.  REID &.CG.,  Cranhrook, B. C.  Moyie, B. 0.  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  1        By Scudiiii. Your Work To the  take Shore Laundry.  PHILIP CONRAD, Puop. -  GOOD WORK.      '   '      PlUCJiS  P.KASONAfiLE  The butchers of Berlin, says the  Spokesman-Review, have a curious  way of informing thair customers of  the days on which fresh sausages are  made, by placing a chair, covored .with  a 11UJ.C, clean apron, at the side of'the  shop door. In this country an idea  as to when there will bo fresh sauaage  meat for sale maybe gained by a stndy  of the classified advertisement, of a*  newspaper.under the  head  of "Lo6t."  The miners of ciii-s tYmp   are   making a wise move in Organising a union.  In this era of  fierce   competition   and  gigantic combinations of capital, there  is greater  need    than  ever  before  of  ���strong organization   in  the  i.mks ol  labor.    But great care   should  be  exercised that all   of   its   members  are  actually engaged in mining for a   livelihood.    Men who are not so  engaged  should nob be eligible to   membership  ftnd should be refused admission, however strong their  iijolinntitji'3 nnv   be  in that direction,    i'lda m Hk,  cor rue t  principle, nnd   iho   only   basis   upon  Which    to   build   ;l   tjucoosrfu!    -YIiY-  0re.111i2.uion���'one 1 i,;i.. w.lj  ...   .,[   M  distance to its members .md of pt-rma-  nent good to the ���.���oui in unity in ivluch  it ia oigaiuzod. ' li i, more lor \.ei*sm-  al gain    llial    non-:i)iij.'ji0    ,;i,     \,)\-,'iv.,  iukI the union  Unit   permit.--,   ihcin   to  enter does to at Ir-jmundoii-*- ri.sk.   The  admission, of   ranting   agitator-,   who  are constantly causing trouble   in   the  rank*-! of labor should   also   be   denied  ftdmidsion.  All Kililor'ri Troublo^..  To run a paper without occasionally publishiug an item thai is detrimental to some poroon is like running  a railway without having accidents or  mishaps, says an exchange. To do  either is a physical impossibility. No  man on earth is to so great an (extent  continually at the mercy of both  friends and enemies as the editor of a  newspaper. He must get. much of  his information concerning transpiring events second or third handed: or  not at all. Presently statements "are"  leceived from supposedly trustworthy  sources which are subsequently found  '��' be without foundation.  :apHy  5  Christmas   is  coming.     Get  your pictures   tnkeu   to  send  home.    PREST,   the    photographer, will visit   Movie   S  ,  y each    Saturday.     Flashlight,  pictures taken at   the  Moyie  or. ot   your   room   or  house.  Leave your orders   at once.  No time to delay.  ���  Prest & Go.,  Photographers,  Cr.u��l*roo3��i      Sroyio,      Vort Sci.-lo.  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  -trlu  ',' Repaired and Made to Order.  R, A.^SMITH,       Moyie!  -MOVIE   CLOTHING   CO.'S   jaTOIiK.  You 'will find a   full  line of  general   hardware,   including  Stoves, Tinware,  Agateware, Oils,  Paints, Glassware  ���'   A Call Solicited  TJNSIIOT* JX CONNKCTTON. , ,   '  " Moyie, B. C.  '.5"  li COSMOPOLITAN'  ^  J  j HOTEL.  The only   house   in   East Kootenay  heated throughout witli hotair.  First class in 'every  respect. , Spt--ui.il  rutc-s to boarders.    Good sample  nnin  tfor commercial men.'  European plan;    Open -lay and mi_!i{.  t  v*i  f  \  }  1  Y'  SMAIJj ftMrSGUA^K,' I'ropi..  n  RANBROOK,,- -   B. C, I  '���Ajste. -r'^z_r^7 i^L.vSr xCx vi-f.sit^tz sfasttystesxto jri-r rftjrfz.vfevjC'i zvt -.$i s$r zCz.'-Zt -/.-��� ^:\  t%Ah  lifts!:  aAm.niwnin.ymti  "Birks'  Quality"  IN  JEWELRY  There is a satisfaction ih wearing Jewelry  of known quality, a single fine piece giving  more pleasure than a host of inferior ones.  Be it a dollar 3tick pin or a thousand dollar  diamond, Ilirks' name is n guarantee, as we  make no plated jewelry, no solid gold jewelry less than fourteen karats fine, and no  diamond mountings under eighteen karats.  Our large sales and modern methods of  manufacture enableus to sell "Dirks' quality"  for little more than the cost of lower grades.  "Write for illustrated catalogue.  MOYIE,    EAST KOOTENAY, B. C,  The above hotel is  neatly   furnished.  Board $5,00 per, week  Per day $1.00 and up.  The bar is supplied with  the best'brnnds of Liquors and Cigars. .*...*..  NEW JEWELRY   ~  STORE.. ":   '  High grade  walches. a - ppc-c-  .   ialtiu ' A nice Hue of engage- -  moni   'and    wedding -  rings,  ,  broaches, .blouse   *?els, .'"braco-  .   lets, chains;  etc    Orders  by  '  mail     solicited.      AH     vork  and goods guamnleed to give   ���  , satisf'iction.  W. F. TATE,  Ckanbrook, B. C. JEWELER.  i  mm'w,'m^^^^^mm^jmLaum^maiiimmk*Mg^Kt^^mB^mmmmtmmaamtMr^tr^^^��^.  THE   LAKE   SHORE  Barber Shop,  Corner Victoria st,  and Queen's ave.  w. a. HAnnr/ro>\ j>roi��,  "    *   "      ' I    I.MI...W m.to .III. ��� ��..np .wwn,��wi.i1iiil��  A PULL LINE OF  CRANBROOK,  B, C.  Prygoods, Gents'. Furnishings, Boots  and Shooes, Crockery "and G-laJssware,  Groceries, Flour, Hay^ and Oats. \  .Letter orjjbks pko-mitly attknpki) to  PRICES    RIGHT.  BREWERY.  BORA   * &   BREMNER  Are cutting L'OO cords   of  . wood lo supply the town  of Moyie.    All lengths at  Reasonable prices'.  IN       KEGS  AKL>  F30TTJ.ES.  -BRKWKRS  OF   ,   ,   \   FINE LAGER   BEER  AND PORTER . .  .  OitDKits Promptly atckxijich to.  R.Rie ierer and Co., Props.  NELSOISi, B.-C  DEPARTMCNTO  Diamonds,  Sterling Silver,  Silver Plate,  Watches, Etc.  Ikmy Birks & Sons  BIRKS' BUILDING  MONTREAL  Jcwclleri to His Excellency  the Earl of Mintd.  ort jteeie Mercanti  COMPANY.   (MMITRD.)  e  \V-_- cii.iry complete lines of  Men's Furnishings, Boots and  Shoes, Groceries  and Liquors. .  .  M.iil Order.- Given Prompt  Audition  MOYIE,  B. C.  n*L>i**-.*wnt)mm  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY  ANij SOO���J'ACJFIC LINE.  BABT and  W&ST  FOR FINE  i '  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the;  Craiil>roolc,  "orl .Siotjlc i  Wartlnor.  ii  (Oiericio -Ymfa  LAUNDRY.  Good   washing.    No  chemicals   used.  Prices heap cheap.    Near Moyie hotel.  ���     ''���..''.'     '     . ��� ji-  (GmZEf?   OF CANADA)  wz&ityim hud teH'-fir'st c'ikss."  Prices oheape'j. tHari ahybb'dy; ;  <'l:  dine!  TO Itli  .iflii)  .-.     (l]v>.A ))..  fil.'l-v:n- r -,   .'   J,  KOOTENAY      OOUNTEY  Through fjrist nluss .-V.-piM- flmlv  to nnd from Kond-nny L-Mwhiig. '|',,���,*.  ist cars p..^ M.-,Jicinc= ITnl, tlmlv i<,,  St. J'.-iuj, Kmiiiysi fur Mon In-:-, l" i.i.t'  I3o.-t.on. Sunrlayp and WednesdnyH fo-  Toronto.  DAILY    TltAIN.  kast . ,VI^T  Jl :25 lvc .MO VIE ]vc. 8 Art  Conneclion try-weekly m M;iCleod  for Calgary nnd Edmonton, and daily  ul Medicine Hat for nil points Kast  Connection daily at Kootenay Land  uiR for all points in West Kootenay,  blocan and Boundary districts, and  for lacific coast and main line pomta  Via Revelstoke.  THROUGH TICKETS ISSUED and  BAGGAGE CHECKED TO  ������������ ���������'.;"..:: DESTINATION, i;    ���  Cheap Rates to the Old Country.  APLlrfor RiOet, Mft,JB; Tlmo Crtfa-j'Tlel.od, aha  i "h Jtirorttiiitioii. to Koltrc>!l;Load  ...     . ,       VVJN.\I1>BG.   "I.   '  WiAXtemSK.' K.yoQYyK,  1. P. A. Kelson      A,G;F.A���Vancovcr  ADDRESS  0'  NELS.ON.  ���   ... hnto o.( Toroiifti-.  Ooht^acJtor i,,,ul ."'feuilderi  l'l.Aiirs     A.\t>   RPKOiKCATlONS  VUlmiBI-iKI) FRKICOK 'CTiAIiCJ'  :riJor|o Conteinp'ifttirg bullrlliig will ��!<> '^v('n  lot me figure, oir. tiic'icontl'iiolK.'�����'r!'<.v ,1,('  MOYIE ancl URAKBROOKi  QQ\0&ftiM^  I      1  Hi t  S:j:      ll  iff"-


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