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 //��� - fy}   \  CHRISTMAS GIFTS BY MAIL  "       '     FROM jJ'BIRKS"  oil"1 secured  through  tlio medium t of  our   Iarj.e' descriptive  I $$v W**"    / ,_, - ,      ' ___^ fill..."!    . .1    ._i.; ^,1     4-r*.    ����.*...     .-...a  jjtllOglW  I p��:  il.lt*��� ,    *-. ' ' ,  All orders are promptly filled and shipped   to ��� you  pre-  lid, either by niad or express. r .       ���  Why solid to Eastern stores when you cap-enjoy ihe same Hues  j . ,,njitie9Jand qniclcer service ia< your own British Columbia  'tore! at exactly Eastern prices.    �� , "   '   , ��� '   ���  AH Christmas orders given prompt attention.     ',  Henry Birks & Sons, Limited.     V  welery'u'iail order house .; '       Geo. K Trorcy, Maiu.Dir.  I VANCOUVER, B:, C. a ]:     y  |        GENERAL FLOAT   ,' .&  ���t  'fi.  .  Tho jail at Trail is in, an''unsafe  condition.1  Another   newspaper  atarted-ab Crescon.  is   to   be  At   Wail-more   400   barrels  ooment aro produced daily.  ot"  CARD  An, Odd Fellows' lodge  may bo  instituted at Creston this winter.  ... *^ , V,  We hayc'opiiie'd aip our^card' parlor'for the >vinler.  Nice place to spend" a few -hours, boys.    ,      ,  "��� Thero are 22 children' attending  school iii tho new, mining cimp of  Stewart.    ..  Cork, if sunk 20'0 feet, in 'the  ocean ,owill not rise on account' of  tlie pressure of the water.  ' l,08fcet* . Dignan , has started a  draying'business iii New' jDeuyer.  He will al"o deal mucoid and wood:  o""        " .��� V        '     I ' i '  the-;Granbro()k Co=operative * Stores^:.  '_'   Is Offering. Very, Attractive Prices On All Their *    ��� .  Cldtln.yUpholstered Furniture  'discount will |>c.given off'every/piecafor the next month' ^  Ly, " k/;''7.Here Is Your  Chance.       /     .',_  &BR(K)K^C0-0PEiATlVE'' STORES^ LTD.  'I     .  r-     _      ' , * '��.   - . ^ " '���  ��� f i . "p���aMW-wwmiii !��������^����������������� " '        .,, ��� ��������� ��� ���    ���������.-������������  i&sV   ''    *'.' j'^-^lt'1"'-'. Vl!Sr��*KWIED J807''.K .'*A';,1.. :>A ������ <A,, a'-' "''      >  |^;v,^-^y^|^^ .' %���; *^t  '^NSURANCE^ and MINING'"   ,^  ahd'INVESTMENT BROKERS.    '  Had Office ; \''     ''    ���      ^     'f       '     CRANBROOK, B. C  <.. Tho.newv,Sanifcariuih hotel er-,  eeted at' Frank by tlio .Canadian  COal Co. has Qv3 bcd.rootns ,,'ahd,. '22  bath-rooms. ',''��� ''    "'       ,' "���  TTie motor,, omnibus/is rapidly  displacing 'all, other vehicles for.  the "cheap, "transportation^ of  people inrLoudon.    . .  "' - .  A big.car and steel works maybe built near Spokane. v It will  be a*branch of the Imperial Car,  Shipbuilding & Dry Dock corpora-  tiomuow located near Vancouver.  Tliree Shipping Mines  For the first time in the history  of Moyie the camp lmn tJiree  mines shipping .simultaneously.  The Ht. Eugene,',the Aurora and  tlie Society Girl are all taking out  oro for shipment.. "Tlie first carload from the Society Girl will be  sent forward to *lhe .smelter'at  Trail nqxt w<.e& . U i&th'o intention cif the company to get all  the ore possible down -d'hilo" there  is sleighing. There (ire 100 tons  of ore on. the, dumps, and one  team has started hauling,''having  some 12 or J 5 tons' down ���, alroady.  The new road built .by -the government last aumpe'r is proving  of grf*at benefit, as it gives a short  and almost uniform gradd7 "be-  t^yeen the'!< mine and the'town.  Two" shifts are" working in the  mine and they are/taking ore out  of both.the drifts and the 'raise.  The,, prospects for' "tlie ^ company  are very bright.1'- *���      '       , ;  /���M'vVV'MvViAiVvV/A V/AVV  > We Hi.iii" ;l oi:r Im'-niV-'-s 1'  > 5  to   uiease  you. J*  \ Your   inspection    invited <  * without obligation to l)iiy. >  Wilson, the Jeweler. -  'SA^A/VVV^/^/'^VV*>^AA/V*^V,lAA sifd'  ��� n-        y- -- . , -r     .    ~ ~ ,  (i^-e.6eS-e$���3.59*:559-55iS^-*5d3'92*iii/1    Q<VVV'u*vVVVWV*/\/��/>A;VW^A*/V^^  <v irip.ii    acsiv.t; ***���-.>. <  �����','  &        LOCAL ASSAYS    .  ,  ��.  f.t  esigii  ''MayorSelou^of^elson will  be Stewa$   will   returil  ���acftQdidatefoi'rp-election'at the ^^   teocli. -in   the  municipal .electioii" in   January  ' Most of tlie leading makes and all of the leading leathers  .o ho had at popular prices. . '   >  J.  early in-ytlie Aweek accepted the  nomination tendered him." "     y .  .-. .., ...-'$t&6. :; * 'tT '    i -i     r- *"  ���y-3r6st;'6f .'tlie liind ar6.und ^-Westminster Junctibn has r-'been  gobbled up by speculators. * The  O. P. R.. has-.purehased a strip- of  land therej-upon which it is believed the company will build car  shops, roundhouses, freight sheds,  etc. '  Vancouver Conservatives have  decided to proceed at once with  their project of a ten story headquarters building at a cost of $300,  000, and the site ��150,000, George  II. Cowan, Mi P., heading the  subscription list with a donation  of $3000. The club has nearly  L000 members.   A Dialogue  A. L. Mclntyre.'iprjncipal of the  Moyie school,y ancl Miss'Jessie  Stewart,* teacher- in 'the.,junior  room, have placed tbeir resignations hi'the hands'o'f the trustees  to take effect at'the 'end [of the  present month. -? Mr. Mclntyro  will go   to   California   aud   Miss  to   Grand  school  present   no'  there.    'U.p   to   the  The Citizens party ticket will oe  teacjiers' have   ^"^  engaged ' to  headed"by;Aid.  McDonald, who  fiU ^ VftbauciPiria 'the1,,'Moyie,  $u&>. A -fr &sL jrfi^rfzjfe^i^^-^^^-s^^--^ & &-&^*-*-  '.���:  5  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  tf  Hotel Kootenay  The best of aooommodations  .for  the Traveling  Public,  Urge and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Bconw.  I  !* McTAVISHtSc CAMERON  Proprietors.  ��>W ^-^ ^nsrijr ^'^ W K~-V ^^ ^ ^"<*"^ ^^^^  I  0Y1E   BEER  school.  , I  Mrd. Larson ia visiting iu Nol-  sou.  C- E>" Josliu is up from lilair-  more.   (' . . ' -   /J  A daughter was born on November 28th, to Mr. and' Mrs.  Louis Collin.  Thos.r Woodsworth and' Win.  Woods left hist Saturday for their  home.in England,, where tliey will  spend the winter. ' , ���   ' '  SV. 1*. "White, representing thc  Interstate Rubber Company' 'of  Spokane, was in town Monday.  ���James Watlrms, of Marysville,  has taken a/contract for" getting  out ties near Aldridgo thi$,winter.  Tliere will be a meeting of the  Moyie Hoard of Trade in .the/ Leader office this,evening at S o'clock.  4 Ml Tf' t  sJolin Cannon returnsd Tuesday,  Ir     ' ;        i it _ . .       ' ��  from bis trip to Butte and has  again taken chai ge on the hill a,t  the St., Eugene.-,''>   . ,   ���    ������  ; J[ames Corbett, the'genial,.witty  and 'ever obliging son of. the' Emerald isle wWfor the past year  and a haff has been with MacEachern \fc Macdonald, is now in  Fernie holding 'a good'' position  withs-the Crow's 'Nest- Trading  Company.      , u   v  V need a rem-nder. here are a few  >'���  I  . y  y      ..        a i.  'CraiikooK^firoling  '.  <     - ���.���.    .    .  There' are few , towns in the  Kootenays that are making.- more  rapid progress than -Cranbrook.  Real estate is on the upward tendency, several substantial business buildings have gone up * lately, there is scarcely a vacant  dwelling in the city and the hotels  are taxed to their full capacity.  Cranbrook will probably' double  iu population within the next  five .years.  Ajanual Ball  Date Set  A-. made by tho present brewer U admittedly tlio Best J^eer in East  iootonay. With the Best Malt and tho Purest Spring ^ ater \t *  ijnexcclled for auality.    Insist on having Moyio Beer.  BOTTl-lSW    AN'O  DBAl'T    WKCU  MOYIE BREWING CO., -.���  MUELLiiK. & ^SS^PKOPS.^ ^  lank 6f Canada  Capital Authorized--  Capital Subscribed-���  Capital Paid Up���-���  Reserve   Fund���  ������--$10,000,000.00  ___���. $.-5,005,000.00  .....���.1-5,575,000:00 ���  _ ....5.575.000.00  John���Say Mary did you. hear  the latest?  Mary���No!     What   is  it?.'   No  joshing now.  John���No'it aint no josh; it's  the talk_ot' the town.  Mary���Well hurry up and tell  me.    Is Lt iu Eaton's catalogue.  John���Eaton's catalogue! Forget it. No, it's the Miners' Union  going to celebrate on the 12th.  -Mtu.y���Celebrate what?  JohfT���Why you seo it's their  anniversary. The Moyie union  'was organized on December 12th,  1809* just eleven years ago.  Mfirj���Oh yes I remember, Jim  Wilkes was tho organizer,  wasn't  he?  John���Right again Mary, but  _,ay, I didn't tell you about the  concert they aro going to havo,  did 1?   It's a peach.  Mary���Hot air  again.      Them  miners can surely peddle it.     Are  they going to give us anything to  eat? That's what'I want to know-  ��� John���Sure     thing. There's  going'to be a coiicerfc, and a feed,  and a swell dance, free for all.  Mary���Ffee for all, ehl. What  are you giving: us?   Gorrell dust?  j0jin_jv.o;     it's     the     stright  goods, so yoii "can air my dancing  green  socks,' for  I'm  At the meeting of Wildey  Lodge last, Tuesday evening the  date of the Odd Fellows' ball was  fixed for -Wednesday evening,  January llthi " Tlie proceeds will  be donated to the sanitorium for  tuberculosis at Trauquille, near  Kamloops. The following. com:  mittee is iu charge: James 'Roberts, Oswall McDougall, Fred Ege,  Arthur Pitman and J. W. Stewart.  Moy.ie's   Postoffice   Business  According to the report of- the  postmaster general ior the year  ending March 31st last,' the busi-  nes at the Moyio office was as  follows: Gro?*=- revenue $2819.GS;  money oider-. issued, $97,811.07;  money order.-, paid, $7.*1.-i7.0S; postal notes paid, ��'279.;j:-*.  Will Build Branch Road  *��� i. i. i. '  Committed for Trial  The first of the week Constable  Browning went clown�� to Ya"hk  and-placed Andrew'Loyst, aged  about 50, Vencel.' Geryeay, aged  abouc 20, and* Mi��s Alfarnie'" Cor-  whCnged abbut'lGy" under ^arrest  and brong'ht them back to Moyie:,  It apnaars the bQS.._and-_ girP ran  away from--their homes, hack-'in  Minnesota some ' time ago and  came .west, and in knocking  around fell in'with -Loyst.' The  old man learning that the boy  and girl were ander age and not  married threatened ' them with  exposure. However, he arranged  a plan with them that they were  to pass as his children. Having  them in his clutches he soon began taking advantage of the girl,  and she nor the boy could not  get rid of him. While at' Yahlc  some of the men working in the  camp where the old man and the  boy and girl were also staying  became suspicious and notified  Constable Browning. At Cranbrook Wednesday Loyst was  given his preliminary hearing on  the charge of rape and was committed for trial at the May assizes. He was taken to- Nelson  today,   He is a cook by trade.  Hello! Spokane  At 3 o'clock, this afternoon" the  metallic telephone wire was connected up with .Spokane giving  connection with that city.  Thers-is, yet ONE STORE  left in town able to supply the needs of the public.   '  ~   . 'THAT STORE his just opened up a fresh sup-  S ply of fancy groceries for the Xmas trade.  \     THAT .STORE? ha.--. ��� its* slid ves crowded, with' V  *4k r '   . -t -��<**���  >, all the iKUisc-wife requinr- for making  thc table  at-" <  < tract.ve at Yule-fide. ��� t ,J \>  | '  THAT STORE >s loaded .witn Christmas goods f  <'for old and young from the five ctnt*gift for  bnj>y  to'�� f  | the highest priced gift for your best'friend7. /"���/     ���     <�� ,''  |    .THAT'STORE keeps'the quality   inl'tu'rnish- |  ' | ,ings.,for man ox woman pi at' makes life worth'living.    |  i  "tHAT STORE stands- behind '.every  article it-i '  $ sells and reckons quality more important than quantity �� .���  I   ��� THAT STORE , is'capable of giving efficient sci* | ,���.  > ,viee and has stood th,e test fdr nearly t\yelve j-cars.       I '   ������  .|    /THAT -STORE   invites .-those   who are idoiiig |    .  I their' Christmas shopping to visit it 'aiid .shaie in  the &"  > service'and accommodation it. offers.       ,.    ^   , ^ �� '  |, ' '' , THAT' STORE nIS OAEIPBSIjL'S      ' . |  |     ALWAYS V/ILLING and ready to be of service to YOU:  l"'.''^' C&P,B.EtL. .*,���'���  'ia  ;��#  ,',-a,i  '-    i'��i  <r  =^\  Come   One, ��� Gome , All    To,  SantaCJ.au  Q..  Headquarters  ���    c'       "Rubber" display in Windows, y    '  1 �� "^ ��� , J* * j "    -,  I?ULIv'AXD C&Mrj;ETK STOCK'OF    '  Toys, dolls, Xmas cards,aiicl. New'Year cauls,   Cliristuias' clev:oratioii2>  ''���        bkatfts..'loiletVl< manicure set's, sewhig scts'ancl cigar* rases.- * '  ��� - . ������ ; '.' v-  .   .   '.,        ', All kinds 'of liuts and, mixed candies.     .. ���, ���   _',  ��-  t '" JUp-to-ciate7kock of pipes, tobatxos and'-citjarsL^^'  -        ��  ���...' '-,*���'  -*-   !.jlw��-*'    .   .  . Fresli. fruit (.in season, y -y    ���^,��  j "��"���"��-    ���    " y ~^ T  *'. <������  *" "   i i.>+   -'    * - * l.  \ o . ^    ,  ,     Prices to suit all at  .*.   R. A. SMITH'S  P. O. BLOCK.- MOYI  ���-J.<.'^  B.  V  BUY    NOW.  This is the correct time to buy 'your winter supply of  ���     ' , Gloves, Mitts, Rubbers,  Shoes,   Sweaters,    etc.  Come iu and look them over before your size is--goue.  Get the Habit.       Go to  ^A^vwvv'yv^'yv'****'*^^  Bill Moore Suicides  �� BRANCHES   IN BRITISH COLTJMBlAr g  �� Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, Michel;   >ew ^iciie ��  I Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, Vancouver, and l^c. |  1 Drafts and Money Orders sold avaiblc in an> , g  I part of the World |  | Savings  Bank Department.         _, |  S TnferoHtallowed oil deposits from   dato  of <lePOR,t- J  I MOYIE BRANCH.         H. W. SUPPLY ����W%Ji  The 0, P. H. has decided upon  the construction of another short  branch lino into the Kootenays.  itwillrun'from beloW Elko and  Galloway ' southerly- towards  Waldo ond Bayne's Lake,  Bill Moore, who some timo ago  ,abducted a little girl up in tho  Windermere district and was  captured at Macleod and brought  back for trial, committed suicide  by shooting himself Wednesday  night. Tn some manner ho got  hold of the gun of tho constable  who was guarding him. : y  ���   At Morley. .-Hall  Elect by   Acclamation  Tomorrow is the regular election day of the Moyie Miners'  Union. However, there will be  no balloting as there is   only   one  pumps and  going to be there. .  0 candidate    nominated    for   each  lM(Vry_And where do I come m?! candidate  jolni���'01*,f you come in with  bells-on when Herb Jackson says:  "Take 'your partners , for a  waltKP." Sei-! ,  . Miu-y���I'll be thor'e'.iko a  duck,  and dofi't you inigot iu.  ,ri*h!i--L.-:t Vm all come,  ���Contributed.  felfe-y.1^7  vig?y';yy ���,>'>���]///  office.       j  ���' '  It is not necessary to go tip in  an1 aeroplane yo smoko K. &, H.  cigars. You can smoke them anywhere with perfect safety, .except,  perhaps, in a black powder mill.  Seo the barkeeper for further, i.u-  formation.  ���'Joshua Simpkins,".. the companion play to "Along the Ken-  ne'bec," will be at' Morloy hall,  Tuesday'evening, December 1.3th.  A       Opens   New   Branch  A'branch of the Imperial Bank  of Canada has , been opened * at  Porcupine, Ontario..  The K and II cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex-  el lent iUvor of the tcba,e.eo ovi-t  of which it is made.  Ea  axylJi-j  bGliing powlev  \ csansiac Ssc label and tolcc  only a brantt sfcowaa lo be  Enadc. wim Cre-aia el. Tartar.  _M_^f S'S' 'is^.^ij  rv?i>  mre, ymMzsom  3eam. ii Tartar ���-Baking  lsspFOves'!ke..ila��or  . . ItiefeiSiMEess,  Tp.<v?lin.I!->'.i<> $lyR'ft-">  ���   <r?*i^^i    "':ii''-'-^:*i  ol fiie iood  'r.?pfra  tfal;  . i M\iz  ' "���'#  -,.'- W.  'i.i,  . *rW-��  ;ft ft  tl|;!, |  .4!  .-1*.  ',��  -vs"-*.! .]V'  .kkm  s/um  0fm  mm  mm  ssAlm:M  ;'|"7,^:Ia''7  :���.,*  ;.:! i  OH'  A y..,;,..:'i,';.U .,;  -'. V:.y.J '���'.''������   A  ;.' muM- THE   iiOYIE   LEADER  ' ^'.  FOOTBALLER'S BAD KNEE  HEALED  Zam-Buk  Once Again  the  Only  Cure!  ��� Mr. Tl. AllinsoJi, of ���ir,'! King Street,  Condon, Out., sii.}s: "While a moiiibcr  al the East Kent Division Pootball  Team, aud during a rough and exciting game of football, 1 foil on the  hard giawd, bustaiuing a badly laccr-  atcd^ Knee. This required prompt  medical attendance, as sand and gravel  filled, the open wound, which u-au very  .painful  and  sou*. ���  'For several .nocks the doctor treated ray injury, and it was thought to bo  well healed over; but no sooner had  I begun to raovo about than the skin  broke, and 1 buffered mpro lhan at  first. For .seven Jong weeks I was actually " ~ '"  a'  fear theyosulfc might be a permanently  -stiff knee.    Tlio doctor's treatment failed  to heal  tho wound, so ,1 procured a  ���npply of Zttm-Buk.    <  ������ii was ;ilinost magical in its cfTcet  on the sote. Tho discharging rioon  ceased. Tho soreness and pains woie  banished' and porseveiance with Xam-  Buk made ihe- badJy-Iaceraled kuco as  good and firm, ns over. Kam-Buk has  no equal in e.lc.iring and healing open  wounds, and 1 recommend it to all  athletes  and   sportsmen."  Zam Buky will. nlnO  be  fbimd  a   burn  cure 'for   cold'' sores,   chapped   liundi,.  frost   bile,   ulcers,   ocxnni.'i,   blood-poi-j  son,, variciWQ  sores;, piles,   scalp'sores,'  ringworm,    in,flamcd   'puU'lU's,   babies'  nruptions    and    chapped    placet.,    outs,  burns,   bruises  and   skin   injuries   generally.    All druggists and stores Hell  it  at 50c. box, or post free from 7.ain-Buk  Co.,   Toronto,   upon   rocoipt   of   price.  Vou   are  warned  against "h'arirlful   imi  tatiohs and substitutes.   See the registered ���name "Zam-Buk'' on every package before .buying.  CtlJJjy-' KOIILEK of the Cleveland  ' police hab a detective who, if reports are true, works by investigation rather lhan by deduction. It is  said lhat'this sleuth, examining a jeweler'a window ..that had been broken,  muttered sagely: "Umph! This is moro  serious than I thought. Tt's broke ou  both sides.' '���  *    *     *  JOSEPH I-.kl.TER, in an interview ,ou  his yacht Chantecler, said with a  smile: ' .,   '  "Please quote mo accurately, In nn  ally laid up. It then developed into I interview, you' know, tho slightest in-  rmiiiing sore, and I  was alaimed  for  accuracy  cau   make   a   man   ridiculous.  It ia liko the Frenchman who, though  he had a very fair knowledge of English,  nevertheless  said to ,a father:  "'Alia!   Your  sou  he  resemble you.  A chip olT the old blockhead,' hoin! * "  * *   *    *  THERE is a ^young member 'of the  diplomatic corps ."In Washington  who is disposed .to "-bo polite,  but I  " 'Oh, no, sir,' said the erect quarter,  master, deprecating]}'. 'Ow, I wouldn't  eall him drunk, sir. I just seen him  move his fingers a little.' "  AUSTRALIA is trying to stop bet  ' ting on horse-racing. For even  women are involved. A girl consulted a bookmaker,' "If I put-on a  sovereign at eight to one,'' she asked, "what should 1 get if I' won?"  "Nino pounds back,'' said tho bookmaker. f'And ton to one?" The'book-  maker explained that this might jnoan  ��11. "Yes, now "I understand," she  said; "but what would happen if I put  a sovereign on exactly at one o'clock?"  found the hall full of officers, who point-  od their revolvers at his head and demanded his abdication.  '   The  leader  tore  a   page  out   of  the  visitors'   book  to  draw   up   the  act 'of  abdication, but he was too excited and  drunk to write, and a young oflicer did  it for him.    With the pibtols of tho conspirators touching In1" face, tho prince  wrote, "God protort Bulgaria���Alexander1'!    Then he was-tukou to the .war  ofli'ce,  where  ojlicers whom   he  had   befriended   heaped   indignities   upon   him  until   he   was   diiveu   away    under    a  heavily   armed   escort   to   tho   Danube  and taken  to liussian territory  to   make  up  the   bales   of  the   native  Chinese traders. ,  Thc first and foremost orcumstanco  that goes to decide the quality and tox-  turo of tho bilk is the breed of worm  responsible for it. Next comes tho qual-  ity of the leaves fed to the worker, and  then comes the mode of feeding. -Silkworms must be fed at regular hours;  the temperature of tho quarters wherein  they have their being must'bo maintained at a certain degreo. ' Above all,  they must be protected against noxiouu  .smells, whereby they are strangely ��� affected,    lhey  aro   peculiarly  sensitive  'pilB death  of the widow  of Ira  D.  JL     Sankey, tho o'vangolist, lecalls au  ,   'incident  which  took place in  her  presence many years ago. <  Thero   had   been   a   monster   revival  meeting   planned vfor   women   only 'at  . - .     .-,  ���   Madison Square Garden.    Men wero to  who   is ,not  always judicious.  He   w  be rigidly ex-cludcd, but on tha dav of  conversing with a lady who combines in  tellcctu'il and .physical graco with �����  considerable   degree  of  maturity. I  havo enjoyed talking to you voiy  much," he said. "It is a plcasmcto bo  iu tho socioty"of somo who have observed,the world." ,  ��� "Uut, Mr. Brown," sho said, laughingly, ."perhaps I, am not so old as L  look."      '     , 1  "I   wa.s   always   sure   of   that,"   he  icturued. ' ,',  I t ' -'-  j .F  J  "���^f'       *  'J   ' /      '  .     *. -*      '  |C|  i��IK&''   \.\*    <  '   '  IBft' :;  My      ;i"t    V"'.  fja* - . t 2.1. .* .  P   a'   *;t?  I* ' ' ' '���' i>   <  h    ��� U' '��� ���  " ,        -Awv  . r:% '  \i  i     A    &���/ '"'l  '    A  ton' df ��� doad ..flies was the slrange  * 'cargo' a vessel recently from Brazil un-  loaded at the London,docks.-''Dead flies.  'aro admiiable 'food  for chickens, birds  ini captivity,   and   captive..'fishes,   but  a there being no flics to speak of in England,  those  in  search  of  this1 delicacy  , for their'animals have to send to Brazil, where there aro flics everywhere,  The rivor Amazon .abounds with flies,  and Brazilians float down the stream in  boats and scoop' iu millions o,f the flies,  'i. which circle in denso clouds just above  the water's,edge. Thc flies, aro, killed,  dricfl thoroughly in the, sun, and.packed, inr bags. ."They are' then' shipped.  Dead flies constitute one-of the lichcst  of foods for animals. 'For chickens the  dies aro mixed with other ingrodicnts,  such as millet and ^orn. By 'themselves  the flies,are too lich, but a small quantity of them' has a most beneficial cf-  ,fect.   ,Two yoars ago tho Brazilian gov-  , eminent stopped the ex-poitation, boin'g  afraid that the fiah'in tho rivers would  .suffer   by. Joeing' deprived   of   this   fly-  i food. But the prohibition has beon removed.    3_ormcr,iy dead flies sold at ten  ^.cenls   a   pound,   but   tho   demand   has  grown and  the supply so lessoned that  thirty cents a,pound  ir. chargo'd."   One  - ton of flies fills*-a large-room, as*there  tare   <*nly  fifteen  pounds-.of 'flies  to   a  .bushel.,,   ' ��� .  THERE aro always two wayB of toll-'  ing the truth. Tho'ulaii who told  the king that he v. ould, outlive all  his subjects. was a truo courtier, and  understood human nature far moro than  th,e man who was'put to death for declaring to tho samo* monarch that ail  his'subjects would die before hini. rThti  gamekeeper in Francis I'igon's "Odds  and Kudu" also had tho gift of, presenting the, pleasautcst sido of a" fact.  A certain noble lord /was, a' very 'bad  shot. One -day, after a particularly dis^  couragiug exhibition of his bungling,  ho said to the  keeper. '  "Now, my man, 'toll ine the' truth:  did you over see anyono who 'shot so  badly as I do?" ',-  ��� "Oh, yes,' my lord," returned"* the  keeper. "I'vo seen'worse shots than  your lordship. Your -, lordship misses  tho   birds so 'clean. "<>' i  the meeting one young man managed  to slip in unobserved and scainpored  to tbo top gallery, from which he watched 'the proceedings.  Lator, in the-hearing of a number'of  women/ of whom Airs. Sankey was oiiOj  ho related his experience, ��,nd was, asked if,, he had enjoyed tho meeting.  "What .struck mo most,'' ho" replied,  ",wab looking down .upon ��� 10,000 bbn-  nets,  no two  alike." ,        ,,.  Pigs  have  boen  known   to, kill   and  -devour bheep.     , r,    .       '  , The change 'of dietary that' comes  with spring and summer has "..ho effect  iu weak stomachs of, sotting up .inflain-  , (nation, resulting ���* in dysentery and  -cholera* morbus. Tho abnormal condition will continue if not.attonifcd to and  will causa an exbaustive drain on tho  sybteiu. Tho best available medicine  is Dr. J. D. KelJogg's Dysentery Cordial  ft   clears  tbo  stomach  'and   bowels'of  ���A, .GROUP, of. lawyers seated on the  Ol    .terrace of,an' Atlantic City hotel,  ' talked about law. . 'j(  , 3"John G. Johnson'," said a Philadelphia lawyer, "ean'.be as eloquent, as  the be&t, bufeloqueuce is only one  small _ part - or. his assets. Learning,  wit, satire, comedy���it would ,t"ake a  dictionary to tell the* resources wherewith Mr. Johnson wins���for he ahvavs  wins���his cases.  , "I assisted him once in a case where  his'oppouont went iu for paoJios. The  man, in an hour's-speech, shed' lea'rs  himself, the. client 'ho was pleading for  shed ��� tears, and the "witnesses on his  side ostentatiously squeezed out a Lear  or, two. -       , i ' ���  "But Mr. Johnson ^spoiled all ,that  pathos by rising and looking, about tiim  with a chuckle. His hands wore thrust  deep Ln*hia pockets, and ho said:' i.(  , " 'Well, gentlemen, you may as well  understand from tho btart that I am  not going to bore, for water.' "  r      i *���'*..* - A  IP Sam Bernard is td bo bnlietfcd, one  *of the moefc'eonim'ou sins to which  IT was an ambitious young,follow1, who  ��� left home und was not board oi" for  ,'  fhroQ.yerirs; lit the end of that period  he leturncd,  and  said  he'had   become an actor; in fact, ho had procured  'a   splendid  engagement with   a ��� gentleman yarned llonrylrIrving.    The. father  was  so  overjoyed   that  he .mustered 'a  large party of friends, and they attended, in .a body at the Lyceum, which  is  a  theatre, gomcwhcie  in  London. '.���Tho  first act ended, but that man 's ,son' had  not put in an appearance,    The second  act   ended."   Samo   result.'   The, 'father  was  in   an  a'gony  of-A jjcrspiratibn.', Toward the* end of the tnird act on wnlk-  ed' the jsoii,  carrying it', gun, .but with  nothing 'to  say  for  himself,   , He   was  merely  a  super.    l��e( strutted  up  and  down the1-stage a couple of .times'. But  the father could stand it no longer. Becoming oxcited, he leaned'over .'the'bal-  cony"and.shouted: "For heaven's sake,"  Jim, do something!   .If they-won't let  you speak, shoot the gun offl!'     ���     '  A CLERGYMAN was very much, annoyed, to find that an old g'eutloman,  t accompanied by a boy, fell asleep  o'n two consecutivo Sundays during' tho  service: So after service ou the second  week he told'tlie boy, whom he rightly  .guessod to 'ube the old, gentleman's  grandson, that ho wished to speak vto  him in tho vcfatrj*.   . ���   ,       '.   ' , ,  "My boy," asked the clergyman,  when thoy 'were closeted'together,  "who is that '* elderly gentleman you  attend church with?" * '        ���  "Grandpa," was the reply. . ' ,  '"Well," said the clergyman, "if you  ,will only keep Thim awake'during my  sermon I'll give you "a'h penny 'each  week." x   ,     r" ���     , s    ,,  'The boy fell in with tho arrangement,  and-for tbe next' two weeks tho old  gontleman listened attentively to the'  sermon.' The third' week, however,  foundi hiui soundly "'asleep.  , Tho clergyman, very angry; called  tho boy to him, and said:  '"I- am very 'angry with', you; your  grandpa was asleep again to-day. Didn't I promise you a penny a week to  keep him awake?"  "Yes," replied the boy, "but grand-  ilv���   *  a*f't'  Ls-3  a frail humanity is prono is that of  believing the worst iu any given case!  "There's my friend Jones," said Ber-  ..._       _   nard, "I mot Jones wobbling up'Broad-.   ,     . _���,     .���,,���������....���.,���,,,     ulil, s<uuu  irritants,  counteracts  tho  ijiiianimationl wi,y r'-�� ��l|ier night,    'hist beforo I got j pa now gives mo twopence not to dis  and    restores   the   organs    td   healthvjt0  ",,n   ''oaei  sought   tho   comparative/ turb him." ���  " J shelter of a lamp post. ��� Ho giggled at       '"  shouldea"y WheU J tOUCb0d h"n ��" th��'       pi��TS f�� DETHKONH KINGS  'Como   on,   Joncsio,'  baid   I.  '���I'll  fake you to  the hotel and put you to  \.i\.i '  action.  LIQUOR AW) TOBACCO HABITS  Dr. McTaggart. of 75 Yongo Street,  Toronto, S.nocialist in Curing, tho Liquor  and Tobacco Habits, can bo consulted  free of charge from 5 p.m. (o 9 p.m.,  every day this week at the Imperial  Elotel, Winnipeg. He will guarantee to  euro you of the eiavi^ng if you will use  bin remedies as directed.  let "Dick" Choose  Fill your bird's  . feed dish afresh  vlth the seed you  feave. been usln&  (hen pal some al  BROCK'S within  (each, and seo how  (julckiy Dick picks  out Brock's.  He instinctively  chooses., the food  that is best for him.  Feed him for a.  month on  bod.  "Joncsio looked at me for" a moment  and then he spoke. 'How far'sh hotel  fiom here?' he asked. ,  ",'About five minutes' walk.'  "'Huh,' said Jonosie, nodding his  head. 'Vi' minutes' walk, huh? F'r vou  or f'r me?'  "Now, I know what your conclusion  is. You" think that Jones was drunk,  but how do you know'ho didn't have'  a wooden leg? One should always practice tho virtue of charity. You remember the time Admiral 'Bob'- Evans,  walking down Broadway, came to one  of   his   quartermasters. The   sailor  straightened up and saluted. Admiral  Kvans looked down, and there lay another quartermaster asloep in thc gutter.  tl  c  Had he paid attention to a warning  letter he would have escaped, aud the  yacht that took him down the0 Danube  was almost stopped by fire from Bulgarian troops on the bank. ,As boon as  ho was found Bulgaria asked him to  return, but a't the moment of landing  he sent a fooJis-h telegram to the Tsar,  which allowed him ' no alternative but  to resign. . '  The'Tato King Oscar of Sweden" was  deposod from the throne of Norway in  a far moro humdrum and peaceful manner. Ever since its union with'Sweden,  Norway had been dis-jniibuod, each fresh.!  concession of* the ���-kiug arousing demands for, more'.. The crisis culminated  when Sweden tcfuned to allow Norway  to have separate diplomatic .representatives abroad. ,  Owing to thc various differences the  Norwegian miisistiy resigned, but the  king refused to accept it;,so the Storthing, or Parliament, held a short fitting, at which it dccjured.^ho independence of.Norway, al the same'time blafc-  .ing, thoy'had no ill lieelitig, against th'n  monarch himself, and "asking .htm to  appoint ono of his,younger bous King of  in orwa v.   < '       '   ,  A pleboscite of Norwegian voters was  taken'to see whether the separation was  approved, -Prince  Chaj-los 'of  Denmark  afterwards   being, chriison 'king ,in 'the  same riinnwer,' an' <JUBaT^iraaTefused to  nominate one of his sonsi   A committee  representing ,tho   twp  parliaments   mot  to  arrange   the  separation,   and,, after  some difficulty, agreement,, was reached,  arid Norway once,more became an indo-  'pendent' cpuutry.'        "     . .',     \       '   rT  Few revolutions are brought about.in  so, bloodless and 'constitutional a manner, foi* if  t,he  monarch. Ijas  any pergonal  following* there  is 'sure  to" be 'a  fight.-    So it pwas in IJeisia,'when.Mo-  liammed'1 Ali   -was ' only * deposed '.after  months   of   bloodshed.     The   revolution  broke   out   first  in' Tabriz, 'which   fell  into' the   hands   of    the^   conspirators,  while., in Teheran the Shah "showed his  contempt for, constitutionalism by'-bom-  bardirig the ParJiamentllouse.   .   .  ,'  ,.,  Marching o'li'Teheran,  tho Nationalists carried'all  boforo,them,vand  when  they reached the capital the Shah' took  refuge at(the Eussian" embassy..  A. national  assembly of n nobles  and  priests  then proclaimed, his 'dethronement," and  tho accession of the'cTowii'.prineo to a  large crowd jn tho Parliament square.  , ' General Hermes de Fonsoca/.who has  witnessed,   tho'   Portuguese   revolution,  helped  to��' bring one  about in  hi6  own  country,  Brazil,  twenty-one j-ears  ago.  The Emperor Doni Pedro was illiberal  minded nianAwlio,took,,no'steps' to put  down the growth of^ "Socialistic and republican opinion, hoiiigj-oo much" occupied in looking -'after, tlfe;,gcneral welfare *of his people, -    '     ,        ,        '" >.  But   his. daughter .'and '-heiress.-, was  more' masterful,.'"and,  moreover,1'favored the Clerical -party. - Tho' abolition of  slavery had^caused much discontent, so  the 'Republicans  fouiid  many converts.  Officers of Ihei'aTmy and navy favored  a* change of Government,'and'thinking  it' would be more easily brought 'about  while  amiable .,Dom f'edro  was*.on  the  throne a 'p;lan> o.f .campaign was*secretlyA  "decided-'upon.-'  *- l'"w * ; >-'      ���"'   '   -   >���"  *,So late one night regiments'favorable  to    the     conspirators' surrounded,  the  Royal   palace" and   seized < the   Govern-,  mcnl  offices,, and  Dom"' Pedro  and   his  daughter were hastily.put on board ship  and sent tocEurope.  to tho presence of btrangers, and the  utmost earo must be exercised by the  natives,iu their handling of tho little  fellows.    ,  Experts aver that th<* greatest defect  in the production of Chinese'silk lies  in the primitive mode of reeling which  tho Celestials persist in employing.  1 The biggest of all silk markets is  Shanghai, whence, about Juno. 1st in  each year,' the ' first season's silk -is  brought, Those who fetch (tho silk to  market; aro not, however, tho na'tive  growers���generally small farmers maintaining a few mulberry bushes iu odd  corners of their tilled lands' in addition  to thfcir' other iudustrie*,���but" ��� middlemen, who do business with the Shanghai  merchants.    '       , '���    ,  The Horseman  npilB  Futurity  Stake  p'pehed   by. the  Yearling, filly���Princess Todd, by  Kentucky Todd 2:14'>_, dam  Grace     *Bingen,     by     Bingen  2.0'jy;  .' 2:29'A  Two-j'ear-old colt���Justice Brooke  ' by Barougale, dam' Expectation  by Autograph 2:01) !,<_  Two-year-old   filly���Miss   Stokes  . by I'eter the Great 2.:QT#., dam  Tillie Thompson by Uuy AVilkes 2:09J/_  Threo'-year-old colt���Colorado E.,    -  by The Bondsman, dam Flossie  McGregor    by   Jay , McGregor  2:07 Yi- " ,T..2:0��y_  Throe-year-old filly���Native Belle       - <-  by .Moko, dam Yellow Belle by     .  Gen. Wellington ���. . _ .2:00V.  Four-yonr-old 'colt���Billy   Burke'  ;i)y   Silent   Brook   2:10.4,   dam   '. '  Crystal's Last 2:27 %, by On- ,  dale 2.-23   ..'.   ..;  ". 2:00->'_  Four.year-old filly���Joan by Dir- i  cctum Spier Z-.llVt, darn Sarah,-  W.   2-.1SM,    by Hal    Bradeu, '  2-07V1  ...   ..., '..   ..:2;04.'.i  Stallion���Ttio HarVcitor, by Wai-   , '   -  n,ut Hull   2;<iSV_;  dam   Notolet  by Moko   ... " ' t. .2:01  Mare���Sonoma (Jill, by'Lvnwood  W.  2:20Vi,  dam  Maud "Powlcr  2:21%, by Anteo 3:10'/i  .' .V,,.'. .2;0-l'/_  Ocldnig*��� "Uhlan,   'by     Biugen: .,    '  2:00V4,    dam   Blonde,    by   Sir   ! ���  Walter Jr., 3:14-1/5 i^sy,  Now l'erforinor���Colorado E.,' by ,  ,_ tho Bonds-iinn; Flossie McOrog-  or by Jay McGregor i..  , ,'.  .. .2:04"i  ��, r ' r I s '  LJ     .       Pacers ��� '   .���  'fwo-yc.ir-qld  filly���Pointer Belle,'   .   '  by^-Srar   Pointer  \:��W;  dam  Dictatuh Belle 2:S'P/," by Die-'  'tatus 2:17.....   ..,',.. y,   ..'.2:13V*  rhree-ycar-old coltA-Directum Re     '     "  geut,,    by   - Directum     Miller  sft^sa  After Being Laid Up with  ���   '       '^^tly^yAp^  Oah,ed  One of tho most  and many agonizi,,/ ...^"f ��f M  ��e��s." t_.Sk w-iC^'MoeK  young farmer Jiving ���,.���; I.,',,^,  TESTIMONIAL  NO. 4266  ciating paint*.  __      lumble-1   ft  ty> loft. to  t  ���ar".  fl����r  ';  ankle    /*"$  wri8l,  SvaelJod  nio wonderful  comfort  f<1  :i'liink what it might soph. , i  to  you   to, have   rigla   n,  ^"H  ready for an acidciit or "���,^ ���H  noss, u, bottle-or two ot 7vS    T  iLto-aay.   Ju two si��s, ,'-,(,, I'l.r Qt  dealers or The Cutarrho/otii        r,s!  ton. Ont.. l'''.< Kicm  ton/pnt.  brocdcr.iis well (is those with'unlimited  'means. ��� Three, moro payments remain  to 'b'o .paid before'nominators/become  eligible to start.' A payment of $10* is  due December 1 of'this year, ono'o/ $20  .September 1, 1911, and :i una.1.'payment  of $20 ith'o day boforo'the ,race. The  great liorlhw'eatjs becoming a very big  factor in racing ,on this continent; and  the, futuro'',speins, to^have. more -racing  triumphs in store for our enterprising  breeders.'1 Such futurities'as' those at  Edmonton rare 'a stimulus .to the breeding industry fi and **wlH do much to attract the aid .of those to whom the  opportunity 'to., win a itrotting',classic  iSfimich more than tho more" monetary  returns. , Tbo "nominations wtiil bo observed to be-all mado'.frotn that region)  the following-is tho list:        '.*        '   ,   ,  2:!J2^  Four-year-old > .coif~ JCiiight "of"  Strathmoro, by Twelfth Knight  A     Eleanor' B.y, 2:.ii^   -by'  -'dam  Edgar  Wilkqs," 2*.2n   ,i.!m  i     ,,     .  Witkcs, secoiV dam  ,'y   >r lferAM  Netrie 'Ethan, s&fi,.   f' '.V";  the  'teens,-,owned byit.        B  clever ' Tor,outonian/ ��!.  I. MtBri,'."  , .      -, .  - , -> .'Im   trmukVj  drives  his   own   how,..,,  is'!,r,0l(.d', J  ready money at tho Cauadian Z'��l  next .winter.    ''Councillor" W  l.ns, Dan McEwcn   .lae|t RomhcuwAJ  Praetor,. Charicy J)arrett, .he'- a ' '  HOW SILKWORMS WORK  ONE" of the troubles of kingship'is, A ? with the culture df tea) tho pro-  that you never know what is L"^- Auction of silk is'-an extremely  'going to happen.    You go to bed '      .'     simpie  occupation,   especially   in  Brock's Bird Seed ��  ���let him anjoy the cake of Brock's i|  Bird Treat lhat comes In every box IB  ���and notloe the Improvement In his |*5  plumage, health and song. ^^  That will convince you that Brock's tarf  (s best. gB  Try It out at our expense. Mall us IS  Ihe coupon below, filled In, and we P*!  vill send you. absolutely tree, one 4%  lull sue pjekapo of Brock's Bird JS  Seed. 34   Ft  NICHOLSON & BROCK  9-11 Frfczuci* Street.    -   Toronto.  For thlj coupon, please send rn.. free  of clurgo or obilcallonon try rarl   ons  1 i'i SI70 packaee ol BrocL'�� Birdsoed  1 and oblige.  Drunk, oh?' said Evans.  ALL KY PIMPLES GONE  Girl  NAME  Tolls How   a  Blotchy   Skin Was  Cleansed by a Simple Wash  "I was,ashamed of my face," writes  Miis Minnie Pickard of Altamahaw.  "It was all full of pimples and scais,  but after using D. D. D. Prescription I  can hay that now there is no bign of that  Eczema, ami that wns three years ago."  D. D. D. has become bo famous us a  cuie aud inMant relief in eczema and nil  olhi-r serious skin uisciisc-i, that its  value is sometimes overlooked in clearing up rash, pimples, black-heads, and  all oll,i>r minor tonus of bkin impuririci.  Tho fact is, that while D. D. D. is so  penetrating lhat it strikes to the veiy  inul.rii <���./ciiia or any other seiious  l-inible, the soothing Oil of Winfcr-  gi-.cn, 'i hvnol ami olh-r ingre lionts aie  so carefully compounded that then* is  no u.i'-h Im (h(. si in made that can  compare with Ihi-i gre.it household remedy for CM'iy kind of skin trouble.  11. I). I), is pleasant to use, perfectly  Ii.'iriiilcss to Ihe most delicate skin, and  absolutely rclublc. Wiito D. 0. 1).  laboratories, Dcpt. R.P., -19 Colbornn  St., Toronto, for a free trial bottle, and  pio\e il^ woiuicrful offci tivcurss.  Tor s.ilc  by all  druggists.  STTOVE.     POLISH  Look how much "Black Knight" Stove  Polish j-ou get for ioc.  None  of your  stingy  little tins  of fine  powder (that must be mixed with water) or  ���a hard cake (that must be scraped)���but a  big generous tin of coal black paste, that is  easily applied, and bursts into a brilliant, lasting  shi.".c:aftcr a few rubs.  You certainly do get ioc. worth of thc best  stove polish, iu the big ioc. cans of "Black  .Knight."  Semi us ioc. for a lnrjre on (xmtpaid If your  dealer  does   not   handle   "mack   Knight."  TIE F. F. DAIX.EY CO. LIMITED, nam 11 ton. Ont,  Makers of tho famous   \2 la 1 "'"Shorn Polish.  21  - - - g��  a happy constitutional monarch, and  wake up a fugitive and an exile. Assassins still stalk kings, and dissatisfied army officers arc 'as ready as ever  to conspire against their sovereign,  while thpre ,nre still traitor= eager ��to  earn an enemy's gold at the expense  of  their  own  country.  No one can say (that there was no  romance about the rise of the Young  Turks and the deserved fall of Abdul  Ilamid. Secret societies^are supposed  to belong to the middle ages, yet a  gigantic secret society proved the undoing of Turkey's notorious monarch.    ,  lVlen who wished to join tho Young  Turks were1 led blindfold to the place  of meeting, where, five masked mon explained their obligations. Each member  had his own duty to perform, and each  had to subscribe to the funds according  to hi.s means. Most of the members did  not know ono another, ond so elaborate  was the system of spies that nothing  went oiAin any rlcpaitincnt of the Government which was not known to the  Young Turks executive. Even women  did their share. No wonder tliat Abdul  felt it necessary to give way. And  when he attempted a counter revolution the Young Turks showed thfir  strength by marching on Constantinople  and dethroning him for good and all.  Tho story of tho deposition of Prince  Alexander of Bulgaria reads like a romance. Because Alexander refused to  be merely the creature of Russia ho was  struck off tin- list" of Russian officers and  all the Russians in the Bulgarian army  were  recalled.  Just bqfore this Rusii.in agents had  endeavored to kidnap him. One night  two Russian generals drove up to the  paiacc, bi.t were refused admittance by  the sentry, and a sennit showed :i carnage nt thc g.ite in which were proclamations of Alexander's expulsion.  After this plot failed cainu the Ser  vian war, which hade the piincc more  popular than ovei; but Rut.sin.ii intii  guors were btill at work. Jiussophile  and dissatisfied ministers and officers  spread false rumors of Prince Alexander's private life, and said lhat the  Sorbs were once moro inarching, nn Sofia,  and it was necessary'.to dispatch troops  to the frontier.1      ,   ��� ..������'  Having thiis denuded the capital of  loyal soldiers, a regiment. on whom the  conspirators could rely was brought into the city, arid one nii'ht a guardOhas-  liljy awoke Alexander to inform '.him  that tho palace was surrounded by revolutionaries. Outside-the disloyal soldiers fired volleys and yelled for his  downfall,' and when ho had dressed he  Prairie  Stqck  Farm, -Battleford,' Sask.,  ,   br. c, by pilot tho,Grc*at.. , "   '  B.. R.  Hepburn, <Picton,,Ont.,  b...f.,  b'y  '. Sam Medmjn. _ ~   '        A  BI Jt.'Hepburn," Pic|.on, Oiitv'br. c.^' by  >   Sam 'Medium.   . "���   '        -'     ���   0  B. R.'*Hepbiirn, Picton/ Ont., bl. f'.,' by  Sam Medium.'���_'       '  - \     >       r    *��� ' '  J.'B. Miller,'Strathcona,' Alta., b.' c, by  Leland.'Onward.,    -      '     *'   .    v  Harvey,T.' Seaman,  Strathcona,"  A,lta.,  i  ,br.'<���:, by Mambrino-Gift, ,   '',*   .��� , .>  J.. II. McNulty,, Strathcona,"Altai, b: f.,  by Al Audubon. "^     ,  ' . "' ������   v,  Wm.'-Johnson, Strathcona, Alta., Xt'yt.,  '_ by'Leland" Onward.*- '-���i" -'' -, -'_���,'.  R..O." Jaekson, Edmonton/'Alta1., ch.' c,  r. by Loumac. . ., ' . \ . ., ,, .,,,  Taylor-& Spinks,;Edmonton, "Alta1., b. <��.  i. by Bay Nelson. ��,,*, -���*',,.',',, ,' \  J..R. Sutherland,-Calgary,..Alta., b, c-V  , by. P.ing Pong*.. ���* J 'y . ' "  Wm. Parslow, CalgarvAAHa.','''ch. c., by  'Ping'Pong. y-;   A|0 . '     .'  **:.  vW.   C.vTalbot,   Iruia,   Alta.;   b.   f.,   by;  *. Goldic. ,   ,< A , . '  -"." *> r    -. ,**'    <?     I  ''A. E. Wilson, Killariiity,-Mn'u._ bl. ��., by  , The-'zoo. ;y.y " ;,;   .    .��- ' ^     .. "  Jas.  Cowan,'Killarriey, Man., b .c, by  pell' Sombro"., ���     J   -,   , *���   -  R. Holt, Landrose/'Sask., br.-f.. by Joe  .,'Direct. ' ,' '  New   Performer���Tho   Abbe,'- by- i  ,   Chimes    2:30vli;-"daui'i*^'��ttio A r  ,    King,.'2:'20>/i,    liy. Alainbrino-   '      '.  'King,   ,.y... y.'^... )       ....2:04 ���'  -,      - " ��� a*   * '*'A -;, i' .  . Mattie ,M;��rch;'tah unmarked .pacing  mare ..owned 'by StalL &JMcCabe;-ot'  Charleslon/^ll., aftor her,.first woekJs  mile-track experience, was1 set down for  a-mile-'nt Springfield, 111., and startled  tho watch.holders w'ith'->a nicely rated  and .'perfectly -paced mile' in 2:00:,l/.:  many, of tho clockorS gettiDg"-At 'in-  2:00M. Sho wont, to the half in 1:02V>,  going tho third quarter fclowly and finishing the last" one in 31 y, seconds. " She  is a smootb-gaited mare,' plainly, harnessed and protected only with .quarter  and  l'.nrf.nnl.  linnfi,      ��M.a  Iu ll.,n ..��..'.��  Me.i  and coronet boots.   She is five years oid  and wa.(sired by Norvo,( 2:27% (son' of  Tho Foe of, Indigestion.���Indigestion  is ii'.commo." aihngniJiJidkfgw^u-fi- re.e  from it.. It is1 a1. mosF3istressing complaint ana,often tho 'suffering attending  'it,ia most severe..1 The very bo-st'reinedv  isKsParmelec.'s ..Vegetable Pills" taken  according to. directions.y Thoy rectify  the. irregular''nctlo'n 'of ^b'e.stcimkch" ifiid  restore hcalthytactio'n. .For .many/years  they' have'^eeS'.a- standard 'remedy for'  dyspepsia and indigostionsjind'arc'bigb-  ly,esteemed.for their,quatitics7 'A-'--  tour;,Alox.,iHassard  and   othe,*' hriubd  Ptars of the track and turf iUl) all hJ  r-aty for, the money when th, Beij  Vblowsl" as'tho silveiy.voicea Uool|  seller, Welby ���AlroaH, says, "<S,!v,rM  Billy. Riley will make, a tour o* jU  North -P<��le_ racing,circuit this iv._url  too. ' '-   *   ' -  . ' I OWE MY-LIFE TO GIN HLLS  TfVyou  want to sco'iAhappv woman,  just call on Mrs. Mollic Oixoti, 5D Uo3  kiri<",Ave.. West, Torontu. "  '* VAfter, ten years of suffering fron  Kidney Pisea.sc, J believo I owe my lifJ  to Giu^I-ills.    Before r beg-jin* using,Gia|  Pills* my   baiik  achod'Ki  rnucli that 1  cguld  not^pu't on .-my shoes, but sfteJ  taking, three boxes* of Oin  Pills tkeal  troubles lire all'gone.   It is a plcaiurd  for nie to add one moro testimonial  the grantTre'piltation of Oin Tills.  y y,A,_   \,"��-.yMrp. AL  l,ixon."'  50c 'a box,*" 6 for $2.50, at all dealer J  Sample frco if you write National Dri'-f  &-'Chbmical' Co.  (Dept. R.P.). Tsron'to;  Out.,!,,,-'     ;'   ,-      <���  SMJofis Giim  quickly ���tops^CuiiHos, curc.Vcoldj, heali f  Ibe throat Aad lands   .   -    ,.,*    23 ctat,  China, whi\-h is, after all, thc chiefest  of silk-producing ' countries. Briefly  stated, tho following are the steps  through wliich rhe staple passes on its  way to the loom'. <���  "About the middle.uof the month of  April the eggs of. thc silkworm are  hatched. When hatched the .resultant  little .worms are, placed on bamboo  fr.imes, there to remain for a, certain  period,,during which their diet conbists  of mulberry leaves cut into very small  pieces. -When the worms have attained  greater size it becomes necessary, of  course, to provide other frames for'them  ���and their diet, too, is altered, in lhat  they are now fed with leaves not so  finely cut, as before. This pYoccss is  continued until at last they arc given  whole leave*,  to  feed 'upon.  A curious circumstance in connection  with the reeding of tho worms lies in  their varying periods of diet. - For instance, just after they have Ticen hatched, thc little creatures will eat for' a  space of five days, this being followed  by a sleep of two days, when they cat  nothing. ��� ' '  L.ifer another change in their feeding  habits comes. When thoy awake their  appetites are not ho keen, inasmuch ns  they will, generally speaking, oat for  four days only and then sleep for one.  Upon the alt'iiiizneiil of their full si^c  and strength the worms proceed with  the spinning nf theii cocoons, a task  that consumes from four to'seven dnys.  The spinning having been accomplished,  tho worm turns its attention to Ihe  business of stripping the cocoon; and,  about a week later, each hllle cultivator' is ready with his silken harvest.  The  harvests of  all, duly gathered,  go  Thc best records for tho year aro as  follows: , ' v  Trotters ,. -'   ,  Yearling   colt���Benear,   by   Biu-'  gara,  dam' Garnish  2:18'/., -by  Higbwood,    2:21"/,;  'and    Mc-   '   "  , Kinney   Mac, ' bv     McKinney  2:UVi; dam Miss Brussels  ...2:27*7i  A Suro Corrective of Flatulency.���  When .the undigested food lies in the  stomach it throws off gases causing  pains-=and oppression in the stomachic  region. The belching or eiuctatioii of  these gases- is offensive and tho only  waj- to prevent them is to restore thc  stomach to proper action. _ Parrnelcc's  Vegetable Pills will do. this. Simple  directions go with each packet and a  course of .them taken systematically is  certain to effect a cure.  milckiy stops coudhs.  tho throat and luails  euros coldv.  hral*.  25. cents.  An Oil Without Alcohol.���Some oils  and many medicines have alcohol as a  prominent ingrediont. A.,-judicious mingling of six. essential oils compose the  famous Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil,: and  there ih no alcohol in ��� it, so that its  effects are hiHting. There is no medicinal oil compounded that can equal this  oil in its preventive and healing power.  WAS UP AGAINST   *  ,    A HARD_GOMBINATION  BUT DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS VANQUISHED THEM ALL  The Rayo Lamp is a high grade lamp, sold at a low rrlce.  Thinm-aliin-xi tli\t oil more, but C!i��*r�� Is no bettor 'ami) mv-i- "I"'  pri-9. Cnmtniotol of -mild brats; titrliM ptnled-.*.n��tu Icont r'i-��n ���'  oritmnnt t-* nnv room [a nnr hniM��. Tlmra In noth'n'kn"**-i '" Pi" _'*  .of Iaino mnVIn; th\t run urtrt to i|>�� ��n.*im r( Inn FAYO Tvr. mn.Iv]1''  clrlnnr 'lisrloi K>->rv ,lrt/llor ��?TB-vwhnrfl. If not at yulirs, n Ht�� f"i df  scrlpttro clre'lKr tn iho n��a-��^t a~��nrr nf  The Imperial Oil Company; Limited.   ��� - '    t  ,- , '" ' s  The next time you don't feel just right, let us buy a 50*  cent bottle of Psychine from your druggist to  give you to cure your indisposition  and prevent worse ailments.  This being 111 Is curious business.  It   usually   commences   In   a   subtle n>ado remarkable cures,  fashion,* almost unconsciously. To-day  Yet If you do not check your Illness, cures.  It grows and grows.  .l.ilckly i.laos coughs', cures colds,  heal  Ibi, thruat and luuis        -        -        20  oentj.  Sundridge Man Sutlcnng From Gravel,  Diabetes  and , Dropsy Finds  an  Easy and Complete Cure  Sundridge,   'Out'.. ' (Special).���-Gravel.  Diabetes    and    Dropsy'  are   a    terrible-  coiiikinatiou  for  one .'mail',to. have.   ��� Jt  iiicniis, that. his life  is   in   the  gravest  danger, unless,  like  George  Vanhooscr,  a  well-known resident of this place, he  finds the simple and natural .cure.   Here  is the. story'Mr. Vanhooscr'tells, and all  his neighbors know every word of it is  true:    ��� ���', .���"'���.  . "I had pains in my back and across  the loins. .My stomach would swell, I  was constipated and I had sharp cutting  pains in my bladder, which made me  sure that I was suffering from the terrible Gravel. Tho doctor attended me,  but I kept getting Averse every day.  "Others had told mo of the great  good Dodd's Kidney Pills hnd done  I hem and I determined to try them.  Six boxes made a now man of inc."  Gravel, Dropsy and Diabetes are all  either Kidney Diseases or are caused  by diseased Kidneys. The easy and.  natural way to cure them is to use  Dodd's Kidney Pills. They never fail  to curo any form of Kidney Disease.  siAnd  one   fine   day  you   find  you're  Psychine'have been sold  A third  of a  century ago Psychine your druggist an order (for which *j  pay him the regular retail pri(t) '*"  a 50-cent bottle of Psychine to bo givM  you free of Cost.  We   will   undoubtedly  buy  and M*  it    ls   making   remarkable  ol]  1"^ Ln.t��!:l���'.!!!I,",.0.n8 of boU,ca of tribute   in" this   manner,  hunnrcls  thousands  of   these  50-ccnt  boules oi  of   people  Psychine.  And we do that to show our cn'!r* !  confidence  in  this  wonderful  prcnarn*  Because Psychine Is largely made up  tlon-  Those   white   corpuscles   attack   and  of those heebs that scientists now know      A confidence that has been basco '��  eat up every germ of disease-that in-  increase and strengthen the while cor-  our   30   years'   experience    with   in"  The greatest scavengers of the body  are the white corpuscles, or phagocytes  in the blood.  Hundreds    of    thousands  made well and kept well.  Why?  vades the body'.  puscles, the phagocytes.,  That is when they are strong enough  and in sufficient numbers. A   -  That's   why   we  have  received   hundreds of thousands of unsolicited tes-  . If  they re  not   strong  enough,  then  timbnials,   that's   why   we   can   afford  they   wage  an   unequal   warfare   until  to   buy   and   give   away   hundreds   of  they   are   finally, overcome   by, their  thousands  of  50-cent   bottles   of   Psy-  more powerful enemies.   . chine,    that's    why   Psychine   benefits  The   body   becomes   steadily   sicker   these diseases:  and sicker until actual disease sets in. ..-". '''''''  splendid preparation, 'with-a .full I")0*''  ledge of the hundreds of thousand. "  cures It has made.  Now, we have had all: sorts of so-  called cures.  . And a great many people have seriously endangered their health experimenting with them.        A  But years ago���before even science  was able to tell we had the right treatment for disease���viz., herbs, nature's  own remedies.  Now that science can tell to an absolute  certainty,  we  know   why certain  herbs cure-disease. ��, .     ,.       ,      . ���     .  ��� ,. ���       , Now we don't  ask you  to take  our  Becauso    they    strengthen   and   ln-  word   for   the- tremendously   beneficial  crease the  white  corpuscles or phago-  effects of  Psychine.    Pill out the cou-  cyte3- pon below, mall it to us and we'll give  Ln. Orlppo  .Broiirhhln  ITcmorrhneea  8ore Throat  Anncnila  Female vVoaknesa  Indlgcxllon  PoorAppctito  CIu'IIr and Fcvora  Rlocpl^Rsnc^fl and  ��� Norroii" Troubles  Bronchial Coagrhn  Weak LunRii  Weak Voice  Sprlni. Weakness  Early Doclino ,   '  Catarrhal Afr��*cl.loiiii  Cnlnrrh of Stomach ���  Nlfrht S viral b  Obstinate Coughs  Lnryncltisand  Dyspepsia  COUPON No*'-95-  To  the  Dr.   T.  A.   SLCCUM.   Ltd.  '193^195   Sp��din��   Ave., -Toronlo,..  pt yonrolTer W try a 50r. ^  :diine   (pronounced  8>+���"*J��  I a nee  of   Paj-J  lour expense.,  bo   hav .��� not h'id "  AJIcr-circcfn   ot  Pleurisy,   Pneumonia  and  La Grippe.  50c.  fcoi't'lo" ofWKjrch"ine~ Hn<I����. ,'h"_,_V.lvcr  Kindly a(lvl��- uiy druugiol. to dolivcr  this bottle lo me.  My Name....  ....������-  Town.................."J>.   Streetarid Number.......��� '"  My DrueEist'B Name ������ "  SLrectancI Number.. '"  This coupon isnolKiwdfor'i.W'--''"',1,^  -I, Him uiii.-w  ���������������-  -     ...   i���.(  you.    This oircr may bo "*,"'���,   any t'mo without notice.   SmkI ' <���'i  to "day. _. ���   "               ti2 FARMER TELLS  INTERESTING STORY  oilier Sick or Well, in Good' Weather  *     or in Stormy, He is Obliged  to Work Always .  Market people complain about prices  ,iov havo to pay for farm produce. Thev  J,..t that raiu or bluue, warm or cold,  ._���"farmer .must keep at ;t or el-o tho  aa,ww  profit.  his  l,arft  Jivi"fi.   wjll'oe  i     lirtt   I"   '���'"���'    i'i '  A well known Ualdimand farmer, Mr.  , 'j�� ' jvlletior,   writes:    " For   nearly  _hr(.e\ears  I was in  poor health.    A  drenching btorm caught-me iu the fields  !__,��� wet mc to  the skin.    J  got  home  nnlv lo ��"'- J  waH threatened  with  iu-  fl.niination of the bowels.    I never got  o^r it and foit weak and heavy and my  s���,t(.in never worked quite right;    But a  farrier has to work���and  1 found my-  w|f going down hill with btoinaeh, livei1  and kidney troubles.   Pailnre spemetrxo  foiloiv everything.' J lomnincd wretched  ��� god sick until'advised tp uso Dr. Hamilton '& PiUf.    It' is not easy to describe  the sort of feeling a'sick man' gets 'when  iu strikes a medicine tbal he can see is  __[.!������ 'him a lot of good.     I was over-  fowl���-Hamilton's   Pills   put   new   life  ,, to mc and evey tiling 'worked   right.  <_lt..e cured with,Dr. Harniltoii'h Pills ]  iaicn't had a single symptom of stom.  scli  hvtr ar kidney trouble. I am free  frVn licadni-lies, languor and weakness,  as strong.'robust  as a nin'ii could  be."  Vo butter medicine for 'general  family  _se than I*** Hamilton'�� Pills,   They nre  niiM healthful ft ml certain to cure. Sold  -.. yelliiw 2.1c.' boxes, all dealers, or The  Catarrho/onc   Co.,   Kingston,   Ont.,.    ���  THE   MOYJ1-J   LEADER  A BECOMING,hat is the most comforting article of cloth-  "K a woman can possess, and it ,s confidently asserted  that the women who  appearance take (Unlimited v.  hat they purchase.    With th  1 are the  most adinjred  for  their (because  fashion  has  made  ifso. . But  this  is  not  time in. selecting each and every! when al' jnats are high priced or impossible to copy.  ���,,, -   -     ,        ,     .   -be hair becomingly and fashion-   department    shops    are    exhibiting   fascinatingly" a  SIJ j- .irranged, und with a smart new hat, a shabby old powr    '' ' "   lenge attention.  S wnri + ii8��� ,B CV5ry ">&�������� that there is a censor  less n��j fl.tLie, ,?rC��nt ex''":"1<,f> !�� dress, and the hats are  . ti ui�� b]JtJa"t'y oonspicuona. Theie is a great diver-  h-fa' h-? ��a|P��ia1d ?'f" S�� Iar��e are flla">' of the evening  urf��V?���� n"    ��.f lllB~-"��t*<"> considered largo, now looks  qditc.too small, but ihcre are quite as many of  medium si/e  ' Thec'gt^i''t��ov^-'->*-"l1'' inert in a patient  endu'ronco  of  a {-oi liable  troubles,     i  To be thoroughly sipk is to feel, that  yoii haverf't a frienjl' in tho world; 'to  bo'completely well iifto feel, that you  '  dos 'I particularly need   one.        * ' -'  ���     ���    #' ���        - . ._ '  1 r, The people, >vho   believe .most   thor-  .  oughly in  U1'' story of Jonah "nud  the  , irtaii* are "'{hose   who .haven't "the   remotest notion  of. what  a   whale* Jocks  Alike. , '  * ','.>.,        "A   '  ���   bet tho constitutional gossip ltea'rn of  Jeremy Taylor that "Everyman hath  I. jn  his  own   life   sins   enough,   in' his  j"own mind  trouble" enough/ andt.in.the  jterformanecB of his officosTailings more  tfcan enough, to  entertain,, his' own ' in-  ' qjiryj'so  that curiosity   after  the'af-  'fain, of others,canuot^bi* .without envy  sua" an evil mind.'"       '. l    .  ,       ���   ' ���    ���    s ��   A       .,--*  i-'    . ? i.  .��� Tlio Japanese havo discovered a.mcaris  of inducing oysters to ,make perfectly  Fphcrical pearls. - But the Chinese have  donp tho'saiTio 'tiling for centuries, only  Eiieh nearls, onuccpunt of their possess-  ing a solid porcelain nucleus, caunot be  bored for stringing, on necklaces, and,  so ara comparatively valueless.  it seeiii quite new. Tbe finest of lace net, brocaded and  embriodered satin and -velvets, all aie possible; the hat, to look  really smart, must give the effect of folds of material tied  around the head, and if a study is made of the Tii'-ki^h tsnban  a moot satisfactory up to date hat can be evoJw.J.  .Such high piiccs are asked'for hats this winter (hat the  first \i<-its paid to the milliners are. to say tc leuit, depressing to the woman of good taste and limited income. There  are shapes and tiimmii-gs quite impossible to copy, for in one  case, it is a'caiefully worked out beauty of line, in another it  is a cosily trimming���that is. costlyin itself, and not always  a   season  All thc  , - . .��� , attractive |  shapes that can perfectly well be trimmed by amateur talent,  then- an;  cnuntlcsb  tiimnungs that  are  comparatively lii.ex,'  pensive, and it really would  bo a  crime  ior a woman  to go  about'with anvunbecoming hat and give the exeuse that she  could not afford to buy anything better.' '  For the foitunalc individual vvjio can buy wituqut count  ing the cost the field of choice is apparently endless, but time,  taste and thought expended id this winter's millinery will^bc  hotter invested than ever in ihose grand old days when we  are told everything cost nothing.     ,     ' ,  ���  ���  ���  Does not c,cmiam Alum  Dr.MarteFs FemalePills  �����aw��HMM__annanHMaHiaaH^aMk  '* SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  frt��flb��l nnd ' recommended lor ��omtn'�� -ti  finU, t >olen<.iAeall\ prepared reme-l.T ol pro��ti  irth. Th* mult lrom their use in quick nn.-  ���'"���������t. P'or ��^lf it f II rtrue ��torf��  .  Home  DYEING  '      Is the wiiy to  Save Money  ��� nd  Dress Well  1      Try it I  Simpltt as VVashln  wiih  and oven exaggeratedly small 'shapes that are very smart and  very becoming. Tof wear with the tailored .street gown there  'are any number of'sinall turbans, round and with brims that  are .turned back' around the entire hat. There' are pointed  conical'Shapes, a more than hint of theduuee-cap, this last  made" higher by one or-two" stiff-feathers of a "i'antasie,"  and'it must be'admittod One and all ore smart and.attractive.  So much now depends upon how the' hair is arranged in  the choice of the sbape.v The amount of h'air, natural or  false, hab'a lot to do with how the hat looks on the head, and  whilo there is something rather attractive'.and coquettish "in  the hat pulled down over, the head, unless there is sufficient  hair to hold out'thc h.it from the face the effect is grotesque,  ralhor than smart. Many milliners contend'that tlio band,  or halo, inside the crown of tho hat, spoils tho shape and holds  the'hat too far from the head, but in'many cases.it is imperative that there bo something insiae the crown to hold up  ihe" hat. It may-(look as though it were far down oh thc  head.frIn reality it is beld'ir_) from it. I1 *  -     ,  The number of^difTerent materials used is-quite remarkable this season^ Satin, velvet, cloth, beaver, and (for later  in the season) fur are^all included in the category, while in  addition'there.aro theatre hats of embroidered silk, net'tullc  and-lace. .Then theie-is quite1 as much" variety An color aV  material, .while thc ever faithful .-all-black hat is^as popular  as ever, and* just .as necessary to tho completion 6f the winter  'outfit. ^_ It'is 3uite a mooted question whether ,the black hat  is-iiot' smarter with ovon'the colored costume,'but there are  many women to'whom the'Ull-black hat is not becoming a^d  who look better in .\ bat that matches the" gown. It is all  a'matter of ^individual'taste, to^ be docidea-by what is ,the  'more bc6oming.' ' Por the meantime thore is a great demand,  forithe smart, becoming all-black hat that looks well with all  gowns.       ' - ��� ,,    *    ' '-' ��� '        > .* .   . ,.  * Satin hatsAverOjSO fashionable in Taris last,summer thai  it. was thought" they would be .quite thc'Smartest hats of the  autumn/but they are not conspicuously!popular, and quite a$  many beaver aniT velvet arc already to'bo, noticed. A becoming smart black satin hat is ,t. delightful thing to own, ���but  the,material is in^itself hard and unbecoming, and when put  ovor too hard and stiff a fra,me does not Jook as one could  wibJi." Over tho softer frames it \s much better, and thc  larger shapes an- more becoming than the small. Combined  w.th another material or trimmed effectively, satin hats are  delightful for autumn wear, and it is really more sensible  to have, different materials for the different seasons. The  all-feather hats, so fashionablo in Paris at this time of.the  year, havo never been popular in Ameiica. This year there  are more to be seen, and it is to be desired that the lashion  will eventually be accepted, for, liko the satin hats, these  should bo a bctwecn-soason style. ,  WHY CHILDP.EN LOSE THEIR BEAUTY       .    '  WHAT happens to all the beautiful childien so that -Hhen  we grow up so f��w of us have any physical attractiveness and so many are positively plainr" Jn a group of  children coming home from behopl, for inManco. fs.n u��ly  face is quite the exception?, hut among an equal number of  men and women, whether rich or poor, not more than one or  two in u dozen are passably good-lookjng.  The faryt ia easily explained. In children the mo>4 beauli-  ful featuies arc the ejos. the mouth, the hair, and the complexion. ���"'/'- . ,  Now, the eye scarcely grows'at all. An infant's eye is  almost as hiree ,is an adult's. And ^o, as the face increases in  sice, this feature becomes less noticeable,  .Moreover, the brilli,nic;���,of tjie eye, which give, animation  i*> gradually lost, 'I his depends partly on prominence, parllj  on a covering of moisture, am] the pains and owrries (if life,  both dry tho eye and depress it within its socket.  A thousand Ihings combine lo destroy the be.iuty'of the  thin, soft, delicate skin of a child. Winils and dust roughen  ^t, caustic soap dries and cracks it; skin disenso,s. though they  piss. Suave thoii mark, and worst of all is the indigestion and  disordered livers, which are produced by inipioner feeding)  tigJit corsets,'se.ler.tary life' and worry.  ,     ' 0   _ *    ,���   ,     .  Tli<j haiiywhich, if hanging loose, covers large aura and  softenB thc harsh outlines <if thc face, we cut ptf, or tie up,  deliberately throwing in*,ay this aid to good looks. ,       '  As for the small, beautifully curved moiitlf of the child,  it suffers more than any other feature. The full Ted lips become thin and blue thiyteeth grow large and'the curves dis  appear, leaving often a' long, horizontal slit. ,-   (  ( This is almost inevitable because of the-growth, of the  bones and the development of the eating-miifcies. ��� ,.  >" If you compare a child's, witiran adult's-face-you 'will  see that the skull proper is relatively much .larger in the  former.r The cheek-bonqs and jaw-bone's of a,young child are  small and at first there is very, little muscle! At the same  Jime the face is full and'round because of tbe abundance of  fat:'     >   r / *���   '  -' 'A  But when t,he .necessity.for eating, solid food arises the  jaws grow rapidly and powerful muscles to operate them are  developed. '    ��� ,       ..     >   _,',.,    ,     j ��  -.    Thope  who  recommend   us  to .cat* wholemeal  bread  and  other foods"requiriug much mastication are quite'iniliffercnt  Wise mothers who know the virtues  of Mother Graves' Worm Bxterminator  alvvajs have "it .at hand, because' it  proves its value. '   ,  MOTORING NOTES  WARMTH without weight is thc slogan this fall and winter of,the  ' man who designs the motor toggery, and this announcement marks a  radical departure in clothing architecture, getting away from an 'old time  and old fogey idea fen the part of marij  tliat the more clothes one puts on the  warmer he is. The science of manufacturing, clothing ior the di.-,ciiiniuatilig  clientele buch as is found in the motoring woild has. beon so highly developed  that lho,,prcjeiit fall has bVought into  iho n-arket a stock of .goods which is  designed after hygienic principles and  which takes from thc shouldeis of "the  inotoiists, figuratively speaking, tons  and tous of superfluous -ueiglit," all of  which fends to make more enjoyable  the getting out into the- open a*ir in a  motor car, whether or not one .intends  touring into the country or diivirig to  Uie theatre.      . .       b  FOR  THAT NEW HOUSE  i * r  Sdckett Plaster Board  i i i  The Empire, Brands of  Wall Plaster  . '���      MANUFACTL-RRD ONLY BY  The Manitoba Gypsum Co., Limited  .. Tmnr Drsrslxt Will Tell T����  Marine Bye Remedy JEUUevea Sor�� Krw.  Su-enrtbenx WeaJc Eyen. Doean't Smajrt.  Soothei Eye Pain, and SeDj.iur ttc Trj  Murine In Tour Eyea and < ut SMbkv-'i  Eyes Ior ScaSr EyelJda  ao4 C[.��.mtIh��i  ^our ISuglishmau, lhey have always  contended, knows how to dress for comfort, .when he is participating in any  braneh of'sport. His-style" may have  been ''criticised, his looser-fitting garments'may" have .been laughed at, hut  do\\"n 'at -the very bottom of things  one always has a sneaking admiration  for the way John Bull wears his clothes  and for tbe apparent comfort he gets  out of'so doing. Tho, arbiter ot motor  fashions" has''been quick to 'recognise  the swaggsr.-.ess of English clothing.  the_ apparent .carelessness with 'which  it is worn, and'" yet he recognises how  particularly apropos all, of ^his is to  the sport of motoring.' It is. because  of this, recognition, of a .good "thing  that,, English-made garments are to be  the thing in motoring circles this win-<<  ter���that,is, if one is to judge by what  the leaders in fashions say, and if they  don't'know, who does?  o*7ew ideas in this line have, just made  their appearance upon the market, and  close observers of fashion note, that-the,  fit-as-it-may clothing seems to be made'  for comfort and yet1 still be abreast of  the times, and) maybe, a little ) ahead  of them, so far as style goes. The minute precision of American clothes iE  lacking in' the new goods, It' is true,  but .somehow one does 'not miss it-so  much when looking.,into the glass of  fashion. ;The man who cut' out the  19J0 winter fashions has'departed from  precedent and is1 offering for this ifall  and winder garments that are light and  loose-fitting, and for which he claims  greater'comfort and equal warmth as  compared with the old styles. He offers  his goods in English tweeds and wools  and in a "variety of styles that ca-anot  help but captivate tho average motorist.    ', - i <  Black  Velvet Hat  Velvet hats aie so univeisallv,becoming and smart that  vnar after year, and now it may be said season after'season,  thoy arc in demand.' To begin 2the winter tho fashion-  -ible woman invariably orders n small black velvet hat; after  there is the larger shape required and also the large velvet  trimmed if not'entirely velvet theatre'hat. There is no hard  and fast rule as to the trimming, ostrich feathers, aigrettes,  JU5T, THINK OF ITI  ��� msu1*!".1 '"<"">. *"'i< o, Mivr.1 G.KXi-. Pcr<rrll>  ...li *"   "V>--N�� ihjiii, ol n.i-.uk,��     l-j^l  - it, ..,.,.���, t .ilor.io _,.mit, f.pm vour DrutriCMt or  Ii,    ;*���"'���"'>'* "1"1 <��� ��nl��iidSIOKV ItooUl,!   7*  ^����   Ji-himlii Hu.lii.ul,on Co . I .m.lr.l.   Moiinc!  ����.  VARir-n-trvHINS, Varicosities, etc  Promptly mllnvcd and eventually cuxod by.  ,/V^SI.RWNEf/R,  [_**��� ����fi-i antuKime iiiiiiiiiiu.   laiea out ecrencOT,  t- ttf "������ ��">P�� lainfiicm    Mr.  l.uke  Kavnnauftti.  i'i|��, SL, W. Rprlnitileld. Maas.. suffcnxl M jciim  IrtKi.*!     llnhllnH     w..l .   t.l-*. .J ��..-   ..It.  Ina.t    ��#nn.  tnlf.^T Hi.iiio��p�� doitrp. -.ivna, rinnor". Ly'H  ��*Mi-, 'i"-1,"'". ' iirm mralnii unci fpratiii ��l��*-4ot,  ��  r  lnm,^".'ll'-'u<l-r*1l-'Bl"l��>Trti.llv<T.<l. Uonklll   I-IW.  "��� '��� 10 ING, P. D F., 210T��mole St.. Springfield, MJS0.  H_,      ,I���.,"��^S, IM��� Jlnnlr.nl, I .n.Mnn  Alwnl..  ��ut CiMrT*''�� "i"ii*. "ul i a ��mr ie. Hi..ni,.^i  W,ill ,'i.V'   ' '   *   HlfllHAI. 1(1., *tl..nl|-e A. I.I-  to our beauty, for nothing spoils it more than large jawbones  and prominent jaw muscles. . * ,  Wrinkles of all sorts increase the degradation of beauty.  A healthy child has no wrinkled. Observe how a grown person "s foichead wrinkles up when he is giving attention or  thinking hard. A child's torehead*rema:iis quite smooth in  the same circumstances.  Wriukles round the'eyes como from loss.of fat, and in  other parts of tho-face from the expression of emotions, which  is always accompanied by muscle movements. ,  Bealiy, when we come to think how rnumorous are the  enemies of beauty���fear,.sorrow, worry, disease. Just, wind,  and all the unfavorable influences of work���it is not, after  all, surprising that so little of our childish beauty remains in  later life."     *  ,  SPMJIH  CURE-,  Kills Bpne Spavin  ... , Rlc'' Vfttlry. Alta. May 20lh. 1000  lonV'"VC US"' ���"" sP"vi" t"re r��r �����'  Hi.   I'��C a'"' wo,''d '">t be without It.  c fc,lM n. Bone Spavin by Its'use."  v.       '���' . OLB.CARLSON..  hu,,'r'^C"! ,he  "hole  ��tory.     And,  ZZ j. ��r ""'""I' hi" had the  "Perience In the past '0 years.  for Spavin, Ringbone, Cnrb,  Splint, Swellings and  ali Lameness,  Wu*"'" ,Spnvin C,'��= ere. the  ��<II ' A"-1-" the horse sound and  Wc,,. "nr':" "'oify for, tlie owner  trouUc.       rcmov�� "'�� caiuo.of-the  Io^P"L,,ot!'. alway.atl.and- florB  "AT,���" or frcc c<*Py'.of our. boob  ^      '"Use On The Horse" or write us.  " LL���0!!AU co- En"k��n�� ran., v"  i Turban of Cream SUk, Embroidered  and co-rets, bows of ribbon, bird of panuli.se plumes and stiff  loops "ol Lift* er tillle-.i!! nre sm.irt iukI effecti^e. lhis  m-ii-uii it is f.i*.hiuiiab!i- to put t-oloicd fealheis on the black  velvet hats-blue, white, wood color, g.cy black und white  ,uui.Lrrey.:UKi-vvliita-Mhose last, most wonderful examples ot  lino feather work. -A rashion of long ago has also been revived oil. tlio trimming of-grebe featlitirs���the breasts not the  wing's '1'his-iH a solid tritniiiiug," looking mor.o Jiue fur than  ���1'i'atliort' at" a disiuueo, and'--is'-i:"ishioiiablu not only tor millinery but for gowni;, hands'of it, being used ou velvet, coats  and costumes. On black or dark blue. it'..is. especially smart.  White nigrattcS or. white .feathers on the black or dark  li'hio velvet hats arc. always striking in effect and as a ru.l-  becomin" At the moment, fashion demands that thero shall  be 'i lot "of white used, but fashion may command and lndivi-  7|uil'taste will only accede in so far as in ,y bo becoming,  and too much white." in the .trimming.of a hut never .seems to  bo so smart as'when there is only a small quantity. A black  nil   black., extremely  simple, .in .design,   is  most  NO LUCK ABOUT THE HOUSE  IF over there has beon a superstition that appears justified  ' by,solid fact and precedent, it is surety that associated  with new properties. .Pew who erect costly mansions for  their own use ever live to occupy them. An o\il fate seems  to bar the doors of these abo'des upon which so much thought  ���md money and hope has been lavished. Sometimes it is  death, and sometimes il is ruin, that overtakes the owner.  f-jo widespread and so powerful is this str.ingc superstition  that oi.e finds even a man of great intellect like the late Lord  tjillisbuiy insisting on leasing to strangers for sever-il months  tho beautiful homo which he had erected for himself at Beau-  lieu, on the Kiviera, before he would conseu.t to occupy it  himself or permit any member of his family to 'cross its  threshold.     .  On the Continent, too, we find the superstition regarding  new houses firmly believed in.  Nowhere is it more powerful than in Bavaria, where many  of the most picturesque spots, especially in the mountainous  district, are adorned with f.nry like pal.ircs. >.'<ii>e of them  has been entirely completed, for in-.imty and violent death  overtook the brilliant Jving Ijiiehvig, who conceived their  design.  .\'or have the builders of thn many splendid structures  that adorn thc French metropolis been more fortunate. M.  Jules Grovy had scarcely completed the construction of his  lordly mansion in the Avenue dTei.i, wh-n the sc.i'idalous be-  iiivuir of his son in-law. Daniel Wilson, oveiwhelmed him with  diseraco, and compelled him to rosig'i the Presidency Ol the  Republic amid a perfect hurricane m" public  obloquy.  '1 he Kmpress Hugenie's onlv �����!���.:. r. the lite I'uchcss of  \lb... l'.i'l not long occupied the I >\ eh palif.* erected for  her in the (.liaiups Kljsci's befo-e -h ��� vv.is *.i'i."*d wiih a Hidden illness, and died in a niiiuiiei *������ e vMerious ns (o give rise  In ui'iiors nf foul pl'iy. Since tin i the buil liug h.-.s been  pulled down.  Another equally ..unlucky .house, is that, owned by the  widow of the lafeBaron Ilirsob. . Situated at the corner of  the Hue de L'Elyseo and of the Avemle Gabriel, it was creel.  eil. by the .Due do-Mduchy. . "lie' lin'd only beeii in residence a  fevy.. weeks when it was the'.scene, of a daring burglary that  covered its noble,owner-with ridiouliy Two months later, the  sudden''death��� of his daughter tpok place, and the Duchess  refused to stay longer in a house of such evil omen.  i-elvct, hat,  nopnlar.     This  has but ono touch  of white,  in n  stiff,  thick,  toward  the back and ..at  the  short aigrette I'laccd quite far toward the hack and ai. up  taft side U is thrust through the band of velvet that encircles tie crown and is the only trimming. It is in marked con-  f alt   o   he   11-aroniulband of stiff white aigrettes thit m lo  bo .seen  on  oue df the smart winter shapes.  1   Theatre hats���the title is a misnomer,, for the. rule isac-  -..,.. :'.. ii,,. i���.vw ;ir. the theatre ca  a I, tho fashion  o">.'', '���  ...,_   ]..j.���^*,.���,  able. Tcstnurants  ccpteil that onlv in the bo.es at. the theatre can hats be worn  ���ire reallv deSi"ned for the dinner or supper  ar" n!,"-y u *��� Vl,e. exaggerated large huts como under  ,,. , ���,.���.,(!������ hnl there" aro also most fascinating small  this-clasHiI.catoi, b��IM���      hefftminfr f.��� boll, the yo,...Kcr  T'n"    l���nnl' ^ lo i>e worn with elabon.te theatre  iu!; ?^,l��nt gown r '.'iu- draped turban-of tulle was. one  i ' the fivo i"e styles of last spring, but. it is again included  witlthe winter fashiouS, only with such variations as make  Those suffering from delicate skins,often cause irritation  and skin trouble by too much friction. 'It. will be well to use  a simple toilet, dusting powder after the bath to give a dry  feeling to the skin. Some like fine oatmeal. Others find one  pound of starch powder, with four or five, lumps of otto of  rose, pleasant to use. ���   -        -,'������.. .  ' *#���#���-       .,  A soothing toilet cream is made by melting together (in  a gallipot stood in a pan of boiling water) one ounce' of  lanolinc and ono ounce of pure olive oil. Stir thoroughly,  and then-when off tho fire add drop by drop one tablespoonful of simple tincture of benzoin. Stir' occasionally until  nearly cold.    Keep in pots for use. ���  Freckles are very obstinate and require patience and  skill if they are to be removed. The following is an ordinary remedy and a swift one. One ounce of peroxide of  hydrogen mixed with an ounce of, ammonia. This mixture  should be applied with a camel hair brush several times a  day to the ircckles'and before retiring, '  Por next year the majoiity of the  cars as delivered at their list price will  be practically ready-to-ruu vehicles.  They will bo fitted, with two headlights,  with two dash lamps, with a tail lamp,  with a horn, a gless front, a top, a,baggage-carrying "rack, a generator or gas  tank, a coat rail, tire-carrying brackets,  an odometer aud a full set of tools. The  day is nearly over when cais are listcc1  in anything but the way they can be  ,ruii. Theie is little listing to-day without a.,magneto or listing it at over $100  extra. To-day (he buyer gets a fairly  complete car from a great many of the  manufactureis. It used to bo that a  $1,500 car looked pretty cheap, but before the buyer was really ready to tour  with it the piicc had soared to over thc  $2,000 mark, lt does not take lousr lo  creep the price up by fitting an expensive magneto, an expensive top, a costly- speedometer and a half-doxeu other  things. It often was these extras that  took the heait out of the new buyer, (he  buyer vvho had gone practically tho  limit in the car as.Iistt;..?"!Liid had not  counted on such a list of cxtr.'s that lie  found to be absolutely neccss'iry.       .  This season it was argued that many  concerns had to add the extra equipment in order to sell tho cars. In many  cases there .was some truth in this. It  did prove that many, although the extra equipment -vas not listed.> had to  throw it in in order to make a sale. It  is better policy to sell the complete ear  than uso some of these extras as baits  to turn a sale. Tn other moie settled  lines of busiue. s v. hen a machine is purchased the complete equipment goes  with it. A motoi car is intended tn  be used at night as well as by day;  then why sho.ilil it not he sol.l with the  required lamp cq.nnincut as well as  gei.cr.itor or gis 1-ink? .-low that electricity is co-niiig into vogue, it is to be  expncte,l that an extra charge will be  made fur gem-r ilms when* fitted to fur-j  nish riii.-e-it for ihe eleitric lights, but  in a \car or so this will clip age and the  generator, er wh stover form of current  proilui-i-i i- u-i-.l, will be filled and sup  plied as a ngiiKt part nf '.he car the  s.umo as the generator or gas tai.l.  to .1 IV.  Although t'u* fall running equipment  stiirti") vvilh (ho inc.limn priced cr, it  today his !i".h"l the h'glu-st priced  uiaki rs Km iiev year thin1 will he  concei ii" tiling * o; �� ,.s stand ird at list  pii.ee wl.i..h h,.i,i lO.an; oi.ly supplie.l  them as extras. ��� Tho same is true willi  windshiehls irnd-.f-liock. absorbers. There,  is, iii.addition lo the ������lonoy.consideration, ancvtlierspiuisc of the. leady-to-nni  car: - If is vi-r.v .inconvenient for the  buyer 'to wait for -1 hi*.delivery of his  cay arid then spend another week wailing to get, .it'-e.i|iiippe..l. Firft- it takes 3  or 4 .lays to have the top made and attached':' another'half ��� day' is iieiidod to  attach the soeedoineter: about the same  length of time is needed for tho bug-'  gage rack; and before the car is. in sensible runring order the buyer has wasted an entire week and perhaps spent us  much, time in selecting each needed  cessory as was bestowed on purchasing  the complete car at the start.  It is rather inconsistent for a fastidious car builder'to use every precaution .in the body and fender ��� dft'sign in  order to i.niakc them harmonize, and  then allow a buyer to fit. any kind of ��  top that the top maker'may think suit  able. The top is asi much a part of the  car as thc fender, and it should haimon-  ize with tbe body lines. One glanco at  many tops shows that they,'never were  designed for the car. When* cm maim  faeturers build complete cars the top  should go as a part of its tegular equipment, ''   ' ' ��� , '  A    .     '     " ' * * '*,! .  'The 'eonto��t board of tho Amcrieah  Automobile Association has given out  the following statement regarding .the'  Oldlield-Johnson   matter:" i  Whereas ' Barney Oldfield, under the  A.A.A. rules, a recognized and registered automobile racing driver,' announced or caused to .be announced in  public press and upon posters his entry  in a so called track race with Jack  Johnson'ut the Sbeepshoafl Bay track  (unlicensed for, automobile contests),'  to be held October i!0, 1%10, official'sanction for which contest has'neither been  applied for nor issued, wliich action  is a,direct violation of rule 5S of the  1910 contest rules of the . American  Automobile  Association; viz.:'  "An entry in any unsanctioned ^contest, or an authorized announcement  in public print that an entry has been  or yw'ill be made, shall be deemed sufficient cause for immediate disqualification by the contest board of the  owner, entrant, driver, and car, or any  or all of them." and "*  Whereas tbe conduct of 'W. II.'Tick-  ens, now ,^lr. Obliield "s ni'iuagcr, and  his stalemui'is in tne public press in  connection   with   the   pioposed   uiisanc-  TORTURED FOR SEVEN YEARS  "FRIIIT-MIYES" HE3 SUYAIICH  <*  .iSA*  ;,p'  tioned congest'a'io iujurionSrto the wel  fare - of   the   sport  destructive   of   the  and .industry and  confidence of the  public in automobile? contests, and ,,  ' Whereas the entrance into an organized-well-accredited .sport of th'e''lead-  inc exponent of an unorganized so-  called,'sport, which is -under tho ban  in most of the States of tlio Union and  who is, we believe, without requisite  experience "iii automobilo'track racing  and has'yet to demonstrate his com-  petencyns a racing driver, would preclude the granting of^ official sanction  for such Fo-caliod conte'st as detrimental  to tho inter'ests of regulaily organized  automobile  competitions:  Therefore, Barney Oldfield is, under  rple oS, hereby suspended and disqualified, until further notice, from future  competition or participation in sanctioned automobile'contests.  And "W. II. Pickens is hereby disqualified from participation in any  sanctioned automobile contests, either  as manager of an entrant, promoter,  entrant, owner, driver, or in any other  capacity, and they are each of them  hoieby-..directed to show cause why such  disqualification should not be made permanent.  Contest Board American Automobile  Associatiou, S. M. Butler, chairman.  To ,clean the radiator, first flush it  with clean water, unless this was regularly done when thc car was in use.  The best way to clean the radiator is  to pour waver in while ihe engine is  running, and'to drain it off by the pet-  cock, or, better, by disconnecting the  return pipe from the top of radiator.ilf  rubber hose connections are used they  are likely to need replacing. If the radiator leaks, empty it out and lay it  flat while soldeung it, so the solder  will not run away, aud ,so that new  scams will not.be opened by tin* hot  iron. If the motor has shown a tendency to overheat, it may be due to  imperfect en dilation or to partial clogging of ihe radiator. Thc former is  shown by noticeable difference iu temperature between the top an.I botton, of  ihe rndiatpi. The latter is often shown  by local difference iu fenipeialure' be-  twcuii the right and left sides of.tho  radiator. If the radiator is clogged, it  may sometimes be cleaned by tilling it  with (.lean rain water and ch inging  | the water every day or, two. If tins  doc*- not serve the purpose, chemical  j ;icatmcnt may be necessary, using l.ero  j spue, soda ash, ,or d.lnte hydrochloric  acid, according in Iho natiiic ol the  deporit. '1 his is a niio.n-et too evic^ivc  ��� 0 be dealt with heio. A gmul guide lo  the proper procedure may be Irul l.y in  quiii. g of any power plant iu the  . ighborhnod logar.lmg tho softening  ^'impounds  used   in   tin*   b.ulei.  , ., MADAM JOSEPH URETTE  No. Ill George St_, Sorel, Que.  ,.-' "For seven years - I suffered from  womb disease and ,dreadful .tortarine  pains, and I had constant Dyspepsia and  .Chronic Constipation���the latter so bad,  lhat sometimes I went ten days without  Action of the bowels. Six different doctors treated me and for a year. I was in  bed, constantly facing death. Then  my husband coaxed me to try " Fruit-  i-tives " and this medicine, arid nothing  tilse, cured me and saved my life."  - (Signed) time! JOSEPH LJRETT&,  50c. box���6 for $2 50���or trial box  15c.���at -dealers or from, Fruit-a-tires  Limited. Ottawa..  ���1 'j^tl  Rubber tires,  the most puzzling ele- r  ment of motoring, aro to be sharply cut  in price on December 1.    A horizontal ���  slash  of 13' per cent has been' decreed"  aud   jt   may   even ,be   20   per   cent.-or  more.    The course  of  the   raw   rubber' '  market has followed the inexorable laws ' '  of supply and demand and at present is  ih the neighborhood ,of  $1^40 a pound.  Last spring tho price of'Para rubber in  the open market was over $3 a pound.  It,was pointed  out then  that,tho'tire  men hesitated to buy .under these conditions, as tho prices" paid'for-raw rubber would have ruade-the price of tires  prohibitory and   would   have  exerted  a  deadening, effect upon tho trade, generally. v *  Then camej. ..conference of the A. L.  A.,M,, at wliich a decision was reached ��  not to force the tiro men to buy in tho -  manipulated market by' insisting on  entering coutracts for their supplies.  This' caused the raw rubber market to  waver and then fall about a dollar a  pound when the speculative holders of  large blocks of rubber realizad that tliey  would have to take profits speedily or  not at all. " .  Since then the course of the market  has been downward, with a few little  strong spurts where isolated manufacturers tried to secure their annual supply. The tire men say that tho current level is still too high and no purchase of great importance will be mado  until the orders can - be executed at  about $1.20 a pound.  Even under the improved conditions  that havo obtained so far this fall the  eost of tires has proved a big obstaclo  to motoring, and the general reduction  will be probably gratifying , to tho  motoring public. The understanding of  tho tire men and the makers is still in  iguorance and the manufacture of tires  has been conducted conservatively. Outside supplies of raw rubber have been  called upon rather more extensively  than ever before and iu the exact "measure lhat the demand has been released  from the central rubber market, price*  have sagged off.  Tire mon are somewhat apprcheusiva  lest the announcement of the cut will  havo the effect of stiffeuiug the demind  for the finished product and have takoo  precautions not to stimulate the raw  rubber market by heavy purchases.  They say that the market is m a nervous condition aDd shows signs of a corner whenever a big buying order is  shown.  ril.  l&y 1  pi  All <  38?    1  in'-  i\  1  .   ..    .  M  A  When Holloway's Corn Cure is ap  plied to sa corn or wart, it kills the  roots and the callosity comes out without injury to t'li0 (lush.  M'lMHKK of un eihi.-ent St. Muis  1 nv firm went (0 Chicago to con-  suit a iltent. When he arrived ha  found thai he hid unaccountably lorgot-  tcn the (liei't's name, lie tch gntphod  Ins paitn.'i-, "What is our clout's  name?" The an.s.ver re id, "Brown,  Walter !���:. Yours is Allen, Willnm B."  I*r-d.   Wr��lc  Wmjt,  W����rry   Ryes.  Relieved By Murine Rye R��m��dy. Try  Murine For Your Ey�� Trouble*. Tff��  Will LJke Murine. It tloolbea. 60c AJ  your DrucglsLB. Write For Eye Book*.  Fre��.    Murine Eye Remedy Co.,  Toronia.  n  A  J    1  "   *  V  'H  Miulckly stops  coudhs.  (be throat anil lungs  cures colds.   hcal.i  25 cents  Mi  1.'       T  i ,'*' ji  ���    p  i^-oiVvi.'-j ��  A.y.iA s ���  /  A A A  oyA'iy  ;y''i  ������:���;- j'  '.:'���<  V 1  ':i'A!  \ ���.  /-���  1;  i   .1  I  '' ��� -1 i_:  r-r* -'  ���il  '! ���  "Af  ���' ���'���?!���  '. ���]  ;M  : i-'-v  $1  A   i r\  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA1. '"^  v �������� J*  1 'i  H  IV:.  -����jvw ^r-^.yr.ir-*4','��-3"^<^^-'-w-��'Hr,Tn*,'TV,vrnr^  ill  liiLLJ  J��l)iifi lMM  f Aulithcd it) them teres I of the peo;*lP  of ,'.l iiyit; iii-ii Kasi Komenay.  keener inLereeL in   the  affairs" ta_| �����   <��^  of Iiis country. The stale-'!  me: it of the Herald, is without"  foundation.  ��- '   *       * '   , ��� ,, ,-.--11- i      ,"i ' - ��� -TTfrnmi.nrhir-wMn'.-Tini'-V'* "- -_*-'i��|w��MMf��'wjmaoiJ  R  ,"'?.iYT2J. r/ju.'-ii'-'i  Ml^'-l   -r^.LAi  11V I'I      OF    s; Ilspi.Il'TH'X  One Year  ....    $2'.00  Rr.r;jA\A'i;icci-yM('}T:]t 2, inio.  Do your shcppinyi early:"  2doyie cys-ii hon*'.L  of  having-  ��� three shii-ipiuc" mi'ies.  ' '        1  1 It  ',,.  Every resident of the   Eoo-  (.enays should be a good' roods  , liooster.     1 - . "  - * ���*-  D '  The election , ci  Alexander  . - -i (  Lucas in Yale IS}- acclamation  -was'onty what; was expected.  r_ 1 ,  ��� As -inany   of .th,c ��� holiday  ^purcha'ses/as possible 'shquld  ���    , , 11        j ^ , t  ,bc made jir the diomc town, or  .���������in thc di&tr-iet at'lea's!.  . .;  ' Many    a    ,man    i.-s   polite  simply because it costs ���110th-  ano;.    Some arc too stiusr/'to  'Jje polite even at that,price.  '��� '  S^���-  .  ���: ., , * ''"'',  '* v The' humorists of thpDenio-  T   -. I  '   cratio.press now refer to .Col.'  -^Roosevelt's home 'at" Oystcr  Bavas "Blue Point."  "jMoj'ic1* will' take   on*f"iicw  life    ncxi; spring,    and' ,.th  ������town' v.'ill'te better than ever/  ..And this is not hot air eitiiu:  , flavor Scions'of   i\elson   in.  ofiermr himself for reelection  1        O 1  presents     a     .platform     that  sounds good, and shpuld   be   a  ���y o r~ i *���  winner.     Here ii is:    "If   rc-  elected I   will- in' the future,  as   in   the  past,   endeavor  to  ' '      '' '*  give the city a safe, 'sane  and  nirktlyv business administra-  lion, discouraqino- freak and  crank legislation ''and pledge  myself to conduct the affairs  of tlie city with economy, efficiency and inoderi'itiou."  S3  'Choosing  Christmas Gifts,  Without Worry  S3  Me Got  Sis   Mcnihs  r F. 1). AVuiT<j>n, of Girard, Kas���  editor of the p-iper, .Appeal to  Uea-son, must servo six months in  clia federal piisoniit^juavenwoitl*,  Kits, an'd piy a fine of S1.0Q0 imposed by 11 jury ih the United  State's court in KArtsas. r 'The sentence of tlifefc .court .-was afrivuied  hv an order of (.lie ."United Spates  court of/appcils Ciled ou'tlie 2! -Ai  of November1. ' Warrc-ii was ac-  citsed of , sending, through the  United Sttito-- mails envelopes  marked on tlie outside ','of which  \v;>.s printed, '-Sl.OOO reward will  be'paid io any person who iiid-  uaps ox-Oovei-noi' Taylor aud, returns him,td the Kentucky authorities." Tho indictment charged  that'the words  wore   scurrilous,  t t. i       T  defamatory and' threatening in  character.  ' Pernicious .Habit  is possible with' a "RYRIE"  Catalogue. You can select  suitable gift articles just' as  satisfactorily as by visiting our  s.tore. '      .   ,  C'We guarantee safe delivery  ���pay all postal end express  charges���and immediately re-  fund'the money if goods are not  6af.jsfactor>. ���  Send for Catalogue S  t;t once nnd save nil unnecessary  worry. - ,  m  DSL  RYRIE BROS. LIMITED  Diamond Morohants, Jewelers  and SllvoniiTilth*  134-138 YONCE ST.  Jas. Rvrii,'  President.  TORONTO  u   a  JTarry Rvrik,   '  . ,Sec.-Treas.  SB  ;��� The Fountain Head of Life  Is The Stomach  A man who.has a weak and  impaired  stomach and who does not  -'    .properly digest his food "ill soon find that his blood has   become  -weak and impoverished, und'that his whole body ii improperly and  ' insufficiently nourished.  Dr.   PIEfHSE'S   COLDENRJEb^SaL, DISGOVERY  makes  tha stomach strong, promotes the flow ot  , '       ttiUffstlve Juices, restores the lost appetite, makes  ' assimi/atioai-'perfect,  invigorates ���  the , liver   and  ���'    parities and enriches tlie blood.   It,is the ��reat blood-maker,  flosii'builder  and  restorative  nerve  tonic.    It  makes   men  {       strong   in   body,  active   in \ mind , and   cool Jn   fudgexnent.  This ," Discovery'.' is a pure, glyceric extract of   American medical rQots,  absolutely free from alcohol and   all   injurious, habit-forming   drugs.    All ,its  i.igredic.-its nrc piinted on'its wrappers.   'It   has   no   relationship with secret  1     nostrums.    Its eiery ini.reJicnt is endorsed by the loaders in ail thetidhools of  _ rasiiicine.    Don't accent .i secret rostrum cs a substitute for this timc-pro\ea  rcr.ie.Jy op knj**' co*.t.'i*sr:oN.    A$k ypun,   ncichbous.    Thsy must   know of  'ir���n.. cures jnnde by it .lunr-g o?st���40 -.fears, right in your own ncighborhoodi? '  , V/c.i'.l'-. .Ol-pcmury .Me.'.cil /-*. o=i..!ion, Dr. R.V, IJierccJ lVes., Bulfulo, N. Y.  BUSINESS   LOCALS.  ��� TIis Open   Season  t|'Tvyo little brown . birds huddle  under a bush. < Says -one to the  other: ';Why do these rough men,  dressed dike bfigands and stnoll-'  ing of whiik'ey, setsk ,to kill us?'.'  "]!ecau*je it's-'fun." A- doe and  her fawn crouch in the thicket.  "Mother,"says' the fawn, "what  "is'this strange awk"ward creature  that, approaches us stingily on  two legs?" ''It is a,- cruel .animal  from the ei.ty,, 'curiously enough  sometimes mistaken   foi   a   deer.  yPOR'KEXT-^Ono'of the best  cottages in town at $12 a. month  Apply td I?. J. Smyth.       ,-     ,    ���������  'M'rs. Ii. Macdonald, North Tavistock street, is,prepared to   trim  and   remodel  hats, also fur and-  velvet toques., '  - ,,  ������ Sliss LrM.,Scott; trained nurse'  of JRathwell,Hospital,. Winnipeg,  is ready for .'engagements.of any  kind! Maternity', 'a specialty.  Moyie.      ' . <  -LIQUOR, ACT, 1910  . i.r *  Section "49  L O. O. F.  ,*?2 ��|A*r^_     . u '  ' ���  C^J^^-aCjrt'lltJey r.odero No. 44.  Meet? Tuesday evenings in the  Miners' Union hall. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially' invited?  N. "W. 13UHDBTT,* , "    R'3. S.MVTJI,  y <      Noble Grand. ScorJy. r"  fct. Kiiscuo Lodge i*����. 37  K. of;,P. ;-'\  MeetB evsry 3,hurs��'lajr  evening' iii ' McGregor  hallnt ^.o'clock.     Vig-1  iting bretlu-en welcome  Ahicht Gii.1, 7 '   ,   . E. A.'"lIi:uA  Chancellor Com.        K,, 11.  &. *'S'  '���' Noticg is Jiereby 'giveu-th'at', n '  the 2;jth dji-y of DecenJber next,  application will be made to the  Superintendent Of Provincial Police for the transfer of (the licence  for tho s.'de of liijuor by retail in  and iipon'the premise-,-  known   ��s^  tho   International T[qtPllcr&itu����te  Keep quiet or he will shoot >you. jat Moyie, i''.](J..v'from * i-Vances  L.  Taylor, to M. J. Bonner of 'British  Selkirk Loilj..yi">JV.'o.?55  A. 1*.   & ~A. .11.     .  ltegular ;meetings  itn tile:first Wednesday of each  month."        " . i  ^isitiiig brethren welcome.  , JI. Chapman, W. M.  - N .\y. Unrdefct, Secretary  ���- As stated in our last i*.suo the  Cnnn'diau Pacific Railway has announced that it will strictly en-,  force the rules against ��� spitting in  cars and stations and other pub-  ,.,-.. �� .- ""' . rt.l lie placos^inder ifcs,,contL*DU   tiThis  It is now disclosed that" the'j wUfdo mu?h to a^Vp,UC0 V. most  important refbrr. as.'wollT as to  promote tho comfort , of '��� nassen-  gers aud others who use the stations. Alost people, know now  that tuberculosis is spread in no  other way so effectually' as by  careless      spitting Everyone  knows too that the practice is'offensive always. and dangerous  often.���Revelstoko Mail-Herald.  ���object o?!-'Diog-eiYe's search   for  '- .an-honest in mi'-was to sell,him  ^>toi_-fc'in 'the lantern "trust.'���  .' - i .  .Province." ' " '  Soriietimcs an slifl  sentence  handed out b\- a, judge  has   a  o-ood effect.    Not   a   case   of  Mmrglaiy or a holduij has been  reiDortcd in tliis  district   since'  Judge  AVilson   last fall   gave  Fred Munroc seven  years   for  holdiug up the  Allen   woman  in Moyie.   ,_������    u  '" Movie's board- of liaclc is  desciying of congiatulation  .for tlie early .preparation it is  inakiuelor the annual meet-'  ing of the Associated'-Boards,  * 'i  which will convene at Creston  911 January 18th. It is-up to  'till of the boards of trade . of  ihe Kootciiciys to get busv and  . be read}- to send ' full delegations to this important meeting.     ,     o.   There is   keen   regret   all  over thc pro\ ince by thc   sudden death .of Osborne Phmkctl  Shortly   after   his    return   to  yancouvcr after attending the  Cou,scrvati\c     eniivciitinu     at  N-elsou.     Ife caught  cold   on  his     trip     and      pneumonia  quickly   dc\eloped.       At   the  Nelson     convention    he    was  elected   second   - L e-president  of thc provincial association.   *��� -u ��- ���  i  f  It lemained   fui   the   Cran-  y .brook Herald   to   accuse   Pre-  . -uier 'McBride of not. being  a  hardy worker.      This   aceusa-  tiou is jews, to   tlie -people, of  this pro-.'ince who   have   carefully   watched   the.   premiers!  career   since he entered   poli- '  tics.     No province in   .Canad;  .has    a   harder   worhinr--  lie barries' death tinl>that tube  under hi-j-.arm." "Why does he  want to shoot us?" ��� "Because( it's  fun." > Isn't there'enough to eat'  withoiit partridge? Can't* the  wolves'ba depended upon to' keep  the'deer .from multiplying _ too  fabt? Do birds, and ybeasts-'suilei  less because their anguish has no  voice? Do they feel less 'because  they* do not understand metaphysics?.' Is1 it -ftiu to jtake life?  Isn't it'just'as much,1'yes,- better  fun to t&ke snapshots of tthe wild  life of the woods with a Lod&k?���  Canadian Colliers.    ���   ,J   ' s  Bank  Clerks',   Association ���  There is iu process of formation  in the city of Toronto what is to  be known a3 the Bank Clerks' Association of Canada. The promoters of the association say they  intend to   take   aggressive   mea-  Q  sures that will make tho bankers  takei notice in the matter ot small  p'ty, long hours and other grievances, including the ban on marriage unlos** one is,getting so  much-ner vear, all of- which the  bank clerks have been talking  about for some time.  Seven Horses   Killed  Methodist   Church  Sunday school aud bible class  at 3 p. m. Evening service at  7:30. The morning service is  withdrawn in favor of the bible  (���liis*. in the afternoon. All are  heartily welcom'*.  REV. J. W. MLLL15R, B. A.  (L\i=tor)  Wonderful  An accident occurred on the St.  Eugene mission road last Friday  moruing winch resulted in the  killing of seven horses.1 J. F.  Bridges by the aid of a number of  men r.nd horses wero engaged in  moving the boilers of the Cro-  thers Lumber company from Fort  Steele to a new location neat- the  mission. The whole was precipitated down a very steep ravine  with the above result. One of  the.drivers received several, cuts  aud a bad shaking, up- IFo'will  recover.  The Iloyal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years. It is made in Nelson  and can be bought in nearly  every mountain town'.'  WATER  NOTICE.  Columbia*.- '   .     ,���   A    ' '-'   ���  Dated this 25th day of November, 1010.'  '-     'V   V   .','.' -���'' .. -  ,,  ,.   i-UlAXCES, L.I TAYLOR,, \  -*'.-���; y Holder of Licence.  , MICHEAL JABONNE'R,'  '    - '-, Applicant, for Transfer.  > >���% .   o *.  Do you   realize   that   yov.r i  liealth is your cnief asset?    ��� *  That your nerve foxce }~ *���;  your bank account?  ' You cult draw  on   it .ijusl  su   in.v -���  draftS'of- so niucli each���y-nnd   then   \/tn \  o-'are through for/all'time.    Nature l..rj- y  ors'no over-drafts.   'When ycur heal th v  deposit is   exhausted,' you   are out  of \  business. - ��� $  I  > t  ?  SONEST   ���T'^'EA.TTiyrElvlT'  A .sure���and permanent cure iu all  diseases   of *'  men^Nervous Weakness; Varicose Veins, V  Hydrocele,", Blood   and.  Skm ��� Disorders, \  Sores, ������ Ulcers,' , Kidney,    Bladder     and |  Eect'al disorders, and all"  special   ailments com- |  nibucto men.        '',", ' J  Best'Anatomy Museum in'the Northwest. . .        ^  ,    a   CONSULTATI6N'F"REe' ,    .|  If you. c-iiinot come to'Spokaue for"free consultation nov,-  \  swrite'fc-'r our frto booklet.     "      /        '"   '"'���   .,��� ., "        5  |,    ,        -<    Dr. kELLEV'S*MUSEUM . |  ?   -        2J0 Howard St1    "_    f   '.  ���'        , SPOITANB; WhMi   '.      '<  Hi  J)I38ADr.NIEK    JIKOS,    Topb.  I/,ir<o /eam'ple JOopr in ' connection  'with hotiiio for oommorciul meu. Beet  of n,-jco*.ri��>odiiftion..   ' j,      '' o  ;.     ���   ilfrd-ilmiiirlerfl for JCom-,,     i  i*     .   .'    " ���',. ,     ,.     \  ' '        i*ier(;i.il niul Miniut_Mc*n. A ,'  qoeens-avka.- ', " "\ 'vl'ajpyns  O F.'.DESAULXIER. '  i        y    ���  ���   *1>KALK11   IX  1 ���     BUY' y'0UK��  '        *   '    i a i       ' i  gar's1.,. .- ���  Tobaccos!'\-  C6ofectioner>  ty.'    .  - ,'FROM <��� < i, ���"  ���  t. B.; Stewart'  Moyie*- Miners' - Union  No. 71 w.'f. of M.,    ' '  *      ���      r ' j .', ���  ^Feets in.SLiners' Uukm Hall every Saturday evening." Sojou ru  ing.mombei'S aro cordially invited  to at'teud.,   - '      ' '���-" A    '  Joe^f McLaren . i James Roberts  ^ yPi-psidenr. ���-    ^ ,   Secretary  ttyof���There goes tho gr;ct living detuctivi*.  .Alyur���huleud! What made him  fani'iu ���?  Oyer���Heo-ico discovered the  plot of a comic opera.  Batcher's Frlarfic  nre-  Myier: or'a .mau wlm has tak  eu  A bulr-hei's a ni.ij ji'ian,  S.mic of hi�� feats aro bij*-,  Lie ("in cur off a pit.'.- tail  Aud then re-tail the pig. .  Important Events Delayed  Owin;. to tlie overcrowded con-  ditiau of our eolumnu a number of  births and deaths aro unavoidably  porftponed this   week.���Exchange.  METAL   MARKET,  .N'uh'Yiiiih ��� JUii' silver, 50 cts.  Lcid :?.i. no.    ��� ���  London��� J/ji'd,  Hlo  '-U   1)31  fiarvey,- '  McCartery -��j  L ���/ a \ Macdonald., , * /  . * J    t"'"        i i      i     , y >, i  ''(Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  Cranbrook. ��� -- -    Bj^C.  W. F. GURD,  BAItltlSTKK. SOCICITOK, ETC.  CEAXB1100K.     ^ '. B. C  NoticL- is hereby given thnt an application will be made under Part V. of  the "Water Act, 1009," to obtain a licence in  the Cranbrook Water District.  (a.) The name address and occupation of the applicant, Vercy Thomas  Haywood, Rancher, Kinj.st.ate.  (bj The natiii. of the lake, stream  or source [if unnamed, the de.smpti.in  isj sprnr. fui IJ. boundary of pie-cmp-  tion 1230.  (t* . The point of diversion" at tin.  sprintf.  (d ) The quantity of v-.tter applied  for [in cubic fe-.t per second] one, i I  (c.) The character of   the  pioposcd I *  noil:-: darn, (lu*lies and ditJies. ' ���  1 i *  ((.) The    premise1,    on   v, hit It   the    .  watei is to be usrd [dt��;oribe   same J pit-    *  tmpL.^n    1?^'J   o'l    the   Kast    bm'c    nf    ���  ^tojie K.SA'.r   alvjut   3>   inleb    So.itli    of    ��  Ci-.r/oa  (���;) Tlie purpose for which the  v.atLi i ��� t�� be use!     uri ;.itiou.  (li. i If fn' irrigation d. ...-ribe thc  laud ii;U.iiilid to be, ini_.ated, yi>in,<  accrafe'e:.- ]'re-einption 1230 about 100  acres.     ��� |  (j.'";"Aroii of Crown land intended  to be occupied by   the  jji-oposed,; workj:  ni"K''        ���'    '���'"  ' ���        ���   ���   ���'  J , [,k.J This.notice was pasted.-, on, tne  15th day of 6;.-iober, 1'->1.0, and ,'ippliea-  tion will be made to the Co;irih.:f-.io!ier  on the 22nd day of >Av;:iii!>cr,   1910.  [l.j Give the. iiiinies and addn'-sses.  of any riparian pio]irietor.-;. or lii:en:;ees  who or v.hos lauds an: lilctly to l.'e af-  .fueled by the proposed work's, cither,  abr.ve or below the (.inUit: none.  , . I'lvl-".:V t. .IIAYWOOO,  Kincfseate,., 12.' 'A  ^sce ' ' '���  In tliislm'an's day there was  little chance for the chap who'  ' started out iu life as a workman with no special training;,  lie was foredoomed to works  for small wages 'until finally-  disqualified bv old age. .With  YOU it is different If you are  .not cutting ahead ^s fast as you  should in yout chosen occupation, the I. C. S. will help you.  I . A record of over ll> years of  remarkable success in training  thousands  of  ambitious wage^  \�� earneis for better positions and  increased earnings enables ,us  ' to state positively lhat we can  help you-, no matter how scant  your tune, money, or education  may be. Don't neglect any "  possible chances for advancement. Send this coupon NOW.  _.�������������*���������������������������������������**������'  * INTERXaTIONAl C0RRSSP0PDEKCE SCHOOLS     J  I        ,       Box 700. SCKANTON, PA. 1  GEORGE C. EGO,  Local Representative,  p. o. box 30   - ?mm, b c  ��� I'tflic ctnMIn.Hlthout turtm r onnuvion on my ptr:,  -  ��� hm�� Ian iMiiilH/^r   ��   Mn'tr   n-ilar/ nnd  ndvancr    ���  ��� iient io rhe position belurt* which  I Dave imrfccrt X    ���   I  '      PR. F. E. MILES .  Dentist,,'-  Cranbrook, -is,  O.  George H Thoni-pson,  Barrister.,    SobicjTOR t  1 ��� Notary Public;, etc.  CRANBROOK,  '  'Briush Colujmcia  W. R.. BBATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 9. CRANBROOK  T.T. McVfttie.U.E.,!* h.B.   11.   Y. l'mker, V i'.  Mc��ITTIE & PARKER,  ProvixciAl Land Survkving  KAIL^AY   &   MINING    liNGINKKSUNG  Estimates Furnished.  OFincfia  I^ort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Omnbrook P. O. Box 11.  A<1 Writer  Show C in', Writ* r  W lnd��w Trunin' r  ( Ivll Scrvli*' K��ini��  Urn   n cut tl Designer  Mrchnnlcil Kr.n.'lnrr'  llec^inUainnlMmiii  l'oremin Mic'ilnUt  t'lrr (rlrii lint'lncci  I Icctrlcnn  l'owrr Stitlull SujJt  ArchltLct  Arch. Dndtnnn  Mructuril Knirlnrrr  btrurtural  Draftsimn  f-iinltnctor & Ilulldcr  Porrmtn I'lumhrr  Ct\ll Hnirlnecr  Jt.K Construct'nRnp  Surveyor  MlninK Encincci  C Iicnilvt  Hiiokkeepep  Sicnocrnphcr  entiemen  Clti  5l,ite-. _,_,__,_, ^ _���  AVe   Aw Agents l<"or  TlIIi! ]MTiVl-:jl LIGJETIXd CO.  y    of Chicago, and have a  complete    sttek    of  Gasoline   Chandeliers,  Arc    Lamps,,  Mantles/etc.  If you want anytliin.cf in tlie  ��� line of clothing or men's fnr-  l nishings, try  i c/a. foote  THE TAILOR  Wc carry in .stock thc goods  to make an up-to-d^te . suit  made in town, or we can get  you a(- special ordered isuit  made to your measure. AVe  have ready-to-wcaiyCainpb'ell's  clothing, the best made and  fitting clothing in Canada.  Tho  chenpeit  and'best  light on  the matkot.  .J.-H.'-RINGEOSE  Sole ajrents for .Southorn P.. C:  P.O. Uox,'l53. NEhyOsT  PEOM1T' DEL1VKRY.   '     <  .aueeDS'/A-sre; f MOYIE'  S.JEND YOUK"M Vv.Oli'ii   TO'/rilJS  /"' kootenm; ,,*.  ��� / steam.-';.".���";"'-���'  -" /CAWtfRYv;''-.;".''  "     .     ' NELSON" ������ ,'   ^   '" 7,  ''   All-White 'Labor.' ':  ���;   Shamrock Creamery Butter'  , > ' '    Shamrock Leaf Lard   ���  ���  ^ Shamrock,'Rams   y  '  , and '/      i  Imperafor Bacon.  For "sale0 by. all> first  clas-',  grocers* an^" iy   -"��t��     ;.   < ,  Lsave worjc with tho    local ngenti,  '   - A. B: 'STEWART  INTERNATIONAL ���   "  HOTEL. ,  i  This hold is    now under    new  i   management, and ife firs>t class  in every, respd-cfc  M. J.- BONNER,  PBOPMISTOE.  Victoria Streefc.  ���  MOYIF  POSTAL    PHOTOS.'  I make a specialty of Postal Photo ��� work. Prices, d  for 50 cents/or $1.25 a dozen.  MISS FLORA .DBA G ON.  fiUI.N.Sr&.-CQia  \\moY;iE.:/i' \yK c.', '.  '    '    ' "*���   -STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN '  , "    '   WHEN IN  1   , ;  ORANBROOE,  i:. IT. 3M.VT.1., Alauiiccr.  Good rooms, ijood  tables nnd bar  ,and first class sample rooms. .  DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker!  ���'    Office over Mr. Short's  Wall       Paper      Store  Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrook  Certificate of improvements  NOTICE  Coluinuia rnu'lioiml, KuoLcn.ij l*'rac-  tional, Ilm Lou l*i,K-tii>ii:il, Ku.stlci: l-'iactional, Di'ly riji-tioii il, Jumbo 1-V��ic-  tiou.il, Ooiiiinion, Milieu] d.iinit, sitii.ito  in the l'"oit SLi-vIl- Jlininj.-- division of  K.isL Kooten.iv IJisirict.  WIku-J.< i-.itul-  (Jn Llio Ivisf Mile   of  IjOHC'l   Ml.i\ IL   I, ll L-.  TAKI-: XtiTICr-:, th.it r, Sc1w>n C.  Wn_ lock. 1* -M. C -Nc. HJ9762, 'nrtuii;  as Al.ciiI for tlio tdii-ohil.iti-tl .Miiinu. &  Siiiflliii/ Co , of Cu.-ul.i, l.iiinliil, I'ilo  J'iiii-is Cv.-itilli.ili- J*-,".,, |',2v/57, inti-iul,  si\l\ il.iis fici'ii Lli(.-d ih lium-f, lo .ipplv  to the Jliiihu. Uli-okUi foi Ceilific.ilL'-,  of liupun-cnii.' ts for the puipose of oli-  L.uiiiiiH Cmuii Ci.inL', of the -tbo'-e  claims.  AinlfnrLh'i l.il-i notice th.it action,  iinilci Sn-tion 37, must he coinineiH-i.il  befnip the issuance   of   Midi Certi'icilcs  of  Illl]HOVLIliCllts  J) iti (I this J6th tin-,  of Septeniher,    A  ij., lyiu.  BLAIR  BUSINESS  COLLEGE  OF SPOKANE,   WASH-  s the bell e'puppeil luisincos  colU-jj*.* -i  Uie    r.orthwesl.      Many   C.iu.'i(li.ni    *Ul'  ikntsj.ini.lut.ie fiom   our   co!lei;e   <...(.i  sc'1-.otl.      Vou can le.tni  ttHOR'I'MXN'l),  TYl'JJWKlTlNil.  liOOIClCICUTJN'O,  COMMKRCIAh JAAU'  ami i;c-t .1 general business ti miiiiii. !'"���'  lie mil seemed   position  for   \ou   "'    '  C:ui:iih.iii      or     an    AnivriiMii   lui**"  house      Wrile foi out   beautifully    i1'11  Iralnlcnlalt-'K.    .Sent fiee upon   rt'[n*--  y^  Pnncip  St.  Joseph's   Convent.  .    > ���      y     NKl.SON, il. 0.  rSoardhig and Day School conducted by .Sisters of St. .'Joseph, Nelson,  B. G. C-'ommoruiiil nud busincHH  cpurac.B a specialty. Excellence) nnd  swift progress1 cliiirnctciiisso' t-ncli de-  pnrliileiH. Parent*) should write for  particular*-. ��� Ono mon Mi 11.ss1.1ruH thc  public of ' tho ���''lliorbiighncss of thc  .Sinters'iimilniiia of. tcixchinlg. Term?  Lioiiiiii^nce .lanuary, 'April and Ke.pt  1,'iimMh ��� nrc*. acltuittcct during tho  tt i ?>i, ..  oyie Hote  V.: ��. JOHNSTON Prop.  ' This hotel i.s new and well lliiislied.  Th.* tables are supplied -'willi thy  best the market .affords. '1'lw ���������'*"'  is   filled   with   the , best   bran<ls,"r  ,  licpiors niiil'cigars. ' .  1-rcadquartcr.s fof  .Commercial'.'and' Mining Men  Movie     ----���":    B' ��  i

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