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 ,->Yr*��^sial>ve Asset's  -p       dec 13 ��906  WeddfiTg-lttrif?:  ���W.:g. WILSON, Cranbrook.  ���^jfiSffiBs^a^     pi iy don e,  <Y F-lev,ait.  r.t thf- drugstore*.  Y our .-inMit.  W. H. WILSON, Cranbrook.  ��� 1,r'  i '/I  ���  ���  ��� I  VOL. 9, NO. 35,  MOYIE, B.C.,  DECEMBER 8. 1006.  S2 A   VKAR  "TE  &&  H  3>  is fast approaching; and never before have we provided so large an assortment of useful .presents and  toys'for the "Festive Season."'    -  , The most artistic range of dolls ever shown in  town are now on'display, in our emporium ranging  in'price'from'25'CenTs to-$5.00. ��� To numerate  our  ��� stock"of Christmas goods would  tax -the space  at W  our disposal, but amongst, others may be mention- jx  ed Steam Engines'for boys'ranging   in   price ��� from '   W  '$2.75 to $6150, capable of driving an ordinary sew- 3$  'ing leadline,"*,    ��� ' \     ,        Y'                  , A  ���deluded  in t^e useful  'presents are tho   latest ',   J-.  novelty  '^usicab Albums,"   also-Man-icurq  Sets,  Ladies p&OL Gentlemen's Toilet .Sets, ��� Gent'3 Sha\>  ���#, ing Sets-and Taboeco Jars.' Ladies. 'Morocco ,and  ���Hg ��� Russian 'Leather'Hand Bags and many, other useful'  and'appropriategiiV' ��11'our;goods are now be-,  ing sliowu,��� 'Od'ilie and see them" and  we, will   see  TO OBSERVE  CHRISTMAS  Churches Plan Entertainment.  The    Usual    Midnight  '.Mass will,Be Celeb- '  .    ..rated-    .    ,.  GENERAL, NEWS   NOTES.  TO BE TRIED  Whitewater was vripe.l  oat  by  last Sunday. <  sue  fire  will  Mine. Adelina Patti   says  never ftgaiu Hing for money.  police or .New York city-arrest' 1^2  persons e.ich tiny forintoxication.  It i-i reported that a good strike has  been mad;* upon the Eureka near S<m  <*on-    ' <     V     ��� '.  ' Over 22,000 umbrelfets, k)8t in, London, are taken to the police heh.dq,uar-  terd each year. _ '  Within'three years it will-be pos-  'sible to reach, Pekin from., London iu  12'days, by rail all tbo way:  Real Estate,    Mining Stocks  ^^"Kre--Life--Acci4ent    ���_" ���'   y  CRtVN'BBOOK  c* t   -*   *   ���-��� *  MOYIE, B;,C.  *,:.kjHr^ "   -~iA~.'ryy     - '���-'.   \ .yY ,, ,<    -   -<      y   .  #. ���& our '^yy^AAm ymm mm/.  "Pi  . ��� :*  a  "���   '*  " moyiis's  5331^5^-^ ietJflLi9t5S.^ssz. ^  MOYIE'S    LEADING  H.OTEL.  i  The best of accommodations  for tho - Traveling  Public. '  I    '' Large and Commodious Sample Hooms.'    .        Billiard .Booms.  \     ���     ; f   ��� ' McMAHON  BROS. Proprietors.  sata  64  T    -  G. B. c;  AVe have secured these   coreds   tor  MoyIc,"an<i would   like   lo   have   the  Ut,ii8'   opinion    ol   them.    WC  tKcm in  ��lylea    ��"d    ��**    lo    fit    ��**  f^���r.-.u Bnc.-Brun.-in*. from |i>-i��. lo  ?2 50.  Let us Dhow Hi em  to yoi:  A, HILL  m -  i^<  ^  Christinas in Moyie Will be observed  and celebrated  in     an'    appropriate  manner ihis year,   '*>'���  /'-",. ���<      '  , At the CuthoHo'cbi. rch on Chriitrnas  eve tht-re Will be a Christinas Irqs.  .Tins feature' will begin at seven d'clock.  Then thero will also be* the Miduitfht  Mass service. At'this service salos will  be sung by'Mrs'. P. J. Bonner, Mrs. J.  Groupill. and itfr. Thos. Jones.' Mr?.'  James Whitehead'>v;ill be^organist,- '<  ' TliePj-esbyterians'plan a Christmas  entertainrneiit tor the evening of the  26th, wriicti w(ill likely'.^*e held in Mcf  Gregor hall. A supper will be orb-  vided for. the Sunday school children.'  A- short entertainment and "game'-i  will precede the 'distribution-of presents...,  " At the M-thodist church there' �� will  be an. enterlai.nment on Christmas  night and already* so me exteusno preparation is being m,ult\    _    Y    ,  " ''   F/O-yE-Election.^.,, '���'  IToyio Aerie 2^^. SI5,5; Fratern.il   Or-  dp.r of-'Eigles,' htld    a   well attended  meeting in   -McGregor   hull .Monday,  evening.'^   One candidate was instruct  ted, in I'he, niysteriss" oi   gying,'  after  wliich officers were elected fortbe  ensuing ' term,'    The   foliowiug.officers  were elected: '>���"������   -'      , ���   Tj ^  /5F.ljVsmylii���W. P'p': :   -.  ���- [-  y,.  ���?r:,F. Johnston���V. W.'P-   '-  '���   '.'\  '- E. A..i*llitl���Chi'plain.   '' '��� ,.   ,v,    A  J.'ll Huvke���Secretary.    "., '' n .  B.J.Riley���Conductor.  Stein Consor���I. G.  Hairy L'llon'de���Q. G.  Ben Qbert���-Trustee.        ��� K'  The oUicers "will be jnct'alled in J<inr  uary,        ' ,  In tulurethc none will meet on the  third Monday of each mouth in ,' McGregor hall,        ��� ,'���    '  Board of Trade,  Two pairs of hand-., one of a worrtan,  the other of a male,' hfive been ��� found  ia a New York ash-barrel.'  0 , <-B-g'' Tim, Sullivan of New. York  has made some heavy real estate purchases in Seattle, Vancouver and, Spokane.      '    - y      ' ' i  -It is estimated that if  the   workings  r ., t,  I  children of Pennsylvania, were placed  ���shoulder to shoulder lhey would make  a lino twenty-two miles long.  AL". IS'  Moyer, Haywood and  Pstt'ibon��  Supreme Court- Hefuses   1  Habeas Corpu3 for  the Miners.  oxc-11 <-nce ot the garments we ofur and  hov/cheap they are, .llun'll   jut-t   ?in,i]iiy  havfj'lhcni.    Jt's.lhe   be=t ' and   (  there k more style in it   than  nnv' former  ever saw.    ������  ' There aro. 200 cases of smallpox im  Springfield, Nova"Scotia, 'and church,  servicesand all public entertainments ��� jQp.^i ldalioi"llsougli it was not chirg.  The federalreupreme court of Washing ton has deniud the liebdjs corpu"  of Moyie, lfaywooJ and Pettibone', Die  representatives of the Western Federation of Miners, who are, now held ifi  prison in Idaho on the charge of conl-  plioity in rhe'-'Tnurder of ex Governor  Sieun'enberg, adversely' jo *, the   men'.  The opinion Was by   JiiBtice   Harlan.  i        , * '., *       '  Jhe e��f--ct, of the 'decision will   be  to  ointinue to hold the men for- trial in'  ���riaho.   tThpy are   now   iu, prisont .at  jr.ro forbidden.  ed thtt th y .were .present when   tbe  ' The .United Stales consumes ' over, cri ne was'committed, lvrom present  -10 per ctnt o.f the .po^d'-i production i in"ioatious the trial will, take place, in,  of' tin without a^d,iug malerialjly . to,J J'.nutfry,  tho total butpvjU '   -      ._/    ,  , Charles E.' IInghei>, governor-Rlcct  of New York.has filed an account of  his expenses, jjhewing that   he .spent  only $918.    A   ' ���   '-     "  v j _ y , ^r* * i  gpojtane saloons are  shv. on   '.'Tom  and Jerrys," being due to the scarcity  o     \ ��� '  of eggi*�� < Fresh eggs are', selling  at  50  cents a dozen and are scarce at. that.  The Moyio board of trade held a  meeting last Wednesday evening anil  ran through qui'.e abatch'of business  in a short timo.  Jt was repotted that the the telephone system would bo Installed in'  Moyip as soon as the switchboard was  received from phicugo.  The niatterof procuring a bank for  the town was further di scussed.  It was decided to ask for the re-es-^  tabliahing of a smalL* debts court in  Jicyi.Q.  The committee on electric lights reported progress.  Mec-ting adjourned -subject to tho  Dall of tho chair.  The Ca/uidian Got-isoH-ia-ted Mining  t& SnieltingBCpmpiny of Canada.have  recently purchased the Idaho mine on  Monte Cristo"mountain near KusslanJ.  ^-  F. F. Godenratly a newspaper man  well.knojwn her��i was married ,on   latt  Thurs!iay''at Seattle. "Tlie' bride   'was.  Miss. Eva B,'Duncan,"of );5ijlmont", KyV  The Elks lodgo of Spokane" has decided to giye a Ghr^stii. as* dinner ana  entertainment that, will surpass any  event of the kind heretofore given for  .the benefit pf the poor childreu of that  city. ,    ^_     ��  Tha C. P. R. has entered into a contract .under which 150,000 acres of  choice farming land, tributary to Victoria, v,'ill ultimately be cleared aud  subdivided into farms, orchards and  market gar.dens.  ' -��� '  Pavroll, .$35,600; ,  .  'i>                        i '  Next Monday will be pb.3-d.ty at 'tlie  St. Eu_fene'mine._and the amount dis-,  rburaed will be ,$35,c6o. ' Nove'niber  haying buly^SO days 'accounts ��� for the  fallina f-ff Irorn the payday last month,  when itcyvas .-.30,000 foi Oitober, with  31 days. [_^   Eesfard-Is faid,"   ��� .'  'The men who captured the rubbers  of the C. P." R. truin, neir Kimloop'-i  hayj received thier cheoites, $11,500  in all.  1 . ..' -    - '  see   th-e  find out,  have   to  loieest   lot   and  lot vou  Mae.  .1  acn-ern  onSvi  iSj^S^SSS3kSi^ESilASSBSSSSS��S^Sm a^sffiKas^safe^  LOCAL   NEWS.  "' Mr, and Mrs. llouth' returned' lrom  Fernie Tuesday.  u      , , *���  Max Scllulze arrived here this  week  from'<Elgin,.Oregon. <   ,'  JfMiss" Ida   Whitehead  came   home  from Ste.ttler, Alberta, yesterday.  \ ,W.     H.   Aldridg-i   passed   through  Moyie yesterday on his  way   to   Alou-  treal. ,. A ���'    "  ' The Moyie" O Id Fellows will give  their annual ball about the mi'JJie ' of  'Januarv,    , ' '  ���    METAL   MARKET.  Nkw   Yokk���Bar   tilver, 03^- '-'cents-  Lead^ $0 J 5. t       '  London���Lead,,CIO 7j 61T  Movie Public ^Scboel.  v   ^R'-port   for Noy,enih"r. ���  SENIOR DIVr.-'ION.  ^Gonenfl 'Proficiency.-'  Fifth Class: 'Arthur 'Crowe, 3-129.  Fourth Cli-s: Chri-Uini  R'aclifiurn,  pi ISO";   WiUinin Attwoo.l, 319 );   Mabel  Lutner, 32 LS *   R n&'.l "il iwke,'  3119'j  Mrs.'F: J. McMahon. who  has been   *.,.,,   ,���   r,       \. .-,,,-0   , ...       a ,    ,' '  .' '-    - , 1 Liilmti Conrad, 2o.Jb; Lihian   SchulKt-.  visi'ing .with her mother at kimherley,   24jg . EJ ���,;',,     ,     2;Ui  airived home toJay  "  Eaoh  of the  five  members, of  tjj'e-  Nortliwdst.Mounted  Police,   Sergeant'  with metal  sheeting   and   other    improvements made ou the building.  -   -i-iss 2-liJwartli ifti.l her gmri I mother  ���2if,t fohy for J'e'son, where thr-y   will  spend the wmt. r.\  -   , ,'  ** J     i     - 1 1  . *W. P. Bromley is opening   a   watch  Witaony  Corpprali   Shoobotbanv and   repairing s-ao'xi in the CnrUuiui   brfitd-  Browoihg, Privaleii Stewart and Peters,   "      ^ y^^ 3lr^t<  As the result of the many disastrous  wrecks iu tbe Gulf of St'. Lawrence  and Htriits of Northumberland this  fall, the federal government has derid  ed to establish lifasaving stations along  the Prince Edward Island coast.  'riTE  LEADING  ���^~rfiV?iF7Yrlyf  -V�� *w- *v�� "V-  LA,)IES' AND MBN'B    FURNH-*1IFR_  ^r^l^V AV^**���* ^-^^^  nada,  Imperial-Bank of G^  SAVINGS DEPART^NT  it/  peposits of $1.00 or upwards received  here is 1  IJanl: deposit  There is no  better  invealinent.lhan. a   saying?  Qnce opei  7 :   interest   allowed at  11,71: Yh-.d twice a year.  ,ed it grows wTielher ad<le.l to  or    not.  current   rates   nnd- com-;.  W/Wi  r  Wwrtiiir  fir j��i  yfr~  ;:Sm  WiSim  WmM  <M  "���M  \  MS  m  CKANBEOOK BRANCH.  j. F. M   PINKHAM, Manager.  ..���������tfe.ift-.-xft-- ,sfe..rft^xfe -rfi-ife  itz^cl/ ^tyAe-^t-^.  Gm-  'Fernie Ladger: Dr. anvl Mrs. Higgins and Master Paijl,, returned . from  the Coast Tuesday. Mrs, Higgins has  bfeon aWtiy many weeks spendiug a  pleasant -vacation with friends. The  Dr. has been gonevbut a few days, as  his practice and hospital work - de-r  mands his coustant care.  Fire Visits Cranbrook,  "STYLE AND FIT, TWO IN ONE"  will be found 111 nny overcoat made  in our shop. An overcoat is a matter  of some importance.. It Costs quite n  sum tq buy a good oyercoat and you  want it right.  'OVERCOATS THAT FIT AND AP>E  ;   ���     STYLISH,  that miiTco you  look   prosperous,, that  wear well and don't cost  too   much   is  the reputation of those .ve.mnkc,    Get  measured anil.get ono.  bi fli.  MOYIE,  OTE  Cranbrook had & norrow escape from  'hut might havo been a disa-Uious fjre  -'����� list Wednp.1d.1y   morning.    The  building occupied by A. L.   MeDerniot  1- a wholesale liquor store caught  fire  and the fire brigade had quit* a task in  subduing it.   Some   of   the   hydrants  wore frnaon which added to the trouble.  Tho   fire   orgin it-id   in   McDermoi's  uiiling department,   apparontl..   from  ft small stove, the pipe  of   which   wn  c uried by a series of two   or  three   elbows through us mvny  wooden partitions.    The damngp will run to  $5000.  Alderman   Joe ' Jack-soii.   owned    the  building, wliich was  one  of   tho   firnl  erected iu the city.  >?o   ' Opium  Coiisli  I n_    Chamberlaln-U  iieiiiccly.  There is not the least danger in giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to  small clviUIIren as it contain* no o;)ium  or other harmful drug.-. It'hus an established, reputation ot more than  'thirty years as tho ' most successful  medicine in use fur colds, croup and  whooping cough. It, always cures and]  is pleasant ��� to j,-take. Sold by the  B,  Q'MojieDrufi i-t Stationery Co.  Constable Feruie.y of Etniloops,  $1350. '   '  ' ''  .   '  Constable Pearse, ol-Kamloupi, if SOI).  F. E. Parker, (with constable Pearse)  !?500. '   ' ���   " ���  Eich of the. three Indians who assisted in the uha5--.$70J.  G-overninaiit' Appointments-  It is rumored at Ottawa   that   II in  G. W. R is*! is to bs 'appointed   senator  to n.Hco,e of the two vaaaucus for Qa-  ta.rio.  It is also understoo 1 that W H. P  Cl-mbiil, of Grand Forks, is to be appointed to the supreme coart of British  Columbia, in the place c-f DuQ", promoted. Gleun-nt wai formerly of 'Toronto and altar-ward legal advici of tha  Yukon council at Diwson, c  Will Be &rand Affair*  it. J. McDonald whb ? married0^in  Cranbrook Monday and returned 'to  Mouo with hi-3 bride the same day,  You thoiitd seo the new Litdies  Wajdts composed oi =i)k and If re u oh  lUnnel at It. Campbell i?- Oo'd.  Denu?s Lvnch, formerly' a shifibos-  at tbe St E i:.^no, is again in Movio  ���after an absence of eeyer.il months.  Third   GIm-:    CVcil   Lirson,  3033;  The Methodist church id to be  linel {''rl.l!ry; Crowe,  279S; 'Ni,nar Attwood,   2(119; _,C.irI  Ni!son,..2o92; ' Alverua'   *1  lireiiton, 2393; Loretta Broa-n, 1403.   ' <-���  ,- .Ifive    others ' attended during the  month, but they lost so   many   m irksj.,'���'  through absence that their, names ' are.-.  . , ,     , ���       <.  omitted from Llie - list.    A .nu.mb'er of^ ���  the pupils in the .Tutviyr Divioio'n-will  be_ pronioted to tU.e Senior  Division  at  Christmas.' ,  / ,,  ^ ��� '/ DEPORPMEXr..  'Chri.-,tina   Blackburn,    100;    Edith,' '  IInA'ke, 100 ; Harry Cro.ve, 97;   L llian  SchuUe1, 95 ;  Loretta Brown, 9.1);   Nina  Attwood, 93;     William Attwood,  93;  .lamea B.itt,  95;    Mabel   Lutner,  9t;  Ethel Brenton, 94; Cecil   Lusoti,  91,  ! Lillian Conrad, 9L;   Alverna   Brenton,  ' S9; Carl Nelson, SO;   Russell  Hawk",  Geo. Powell was ii�� from Cranbroofc, gS: Arthur Crowe, S8. ���    '  yesterday and installed a. gasoline  lighting system in E. G. Gwvuue's  store.  Panford B. Snider, representing   the  \Q JUNIOR DIVISION.      ,  Senior Second Class: Oscar Btirch,  I.I.'IS ;��Annie Saville, 1290 ; Vera Brown.  1210;     Doroth a    B'ackbun,     10-18,  The canvas has been Iti J on the  floor of MeCji-egor hall nn.l e\erything  is iu r,endiness toi the Miner-' Union  ball which, will be he'd next Wedms���, iyjnn.  dtiy evening. Mr. R. O. Patterson,  who will be master of ci-iemonits, .111-  nounces that the grind ni.nvli i\ili  start at 9:13 o'clnt-k.    Supper   will   bi.  B. C   Permanent Loan &  Savings  Co. ��� Frank Conrad,  920;   Wellie   Brenton,  ol Vancouver, was in town most cf the , S7(5.  week. ��� j     Junior Second Glass:   Edward   Gib-  G. T. MeGregor will lelye about tho j honi,   1212:   John   Blackburn,    1148;  17ih Ofj.t'.-e month    ior   bis   home   in j Roy'Baruh, 1132 : Eva Stinsou,  103i;  Feign/. Ont..-where he will  spend  the , ri".v MoE^cheru, 912 ; Willie Steivwl,  winter with his family. '  ci-J'^- ' -  t    FOR SALE���Four room house   and 1  lot   oa   St. 'Eugene   svenue,    Moyi  Apply to V. Oamara or at this offiee.  Mrs. ILirold Att-vood left  ThursJn-j  Two ��ews Items,  served at the 11 itol Iv 10'ci iv,  Prepmag Assessment Roll.  A. C. N*-'l*-oti, a��si"--*qr for this district, was in town Tuesday arranging  the nsscGi-r.-eiJt ro'.l for 1907. Mr, Nel  3011 3ays the eehpol taxes for tho pie-  s( ut year will become dehnq-ient on  December 31-it, atier which duty iiir  tcresl at the rate ol G per cent will be  added. . _ _  ..;���..':������-Kvof P. Ball/       '/  At thtj'ir'reguli.r. .meeting 'Th.ur.---d.iy  evening tiio local,lodge of, Knights ot"  Pythias de.cide.d to give a, grand -ball  on the evening of ThursJay, Deceniber  27lli, The following coniinitiee. wa.-  appointed: IL C." .Livesley, W. 11-  Laird aiid E. A. Hill..'  C. O. Donianicz, tlio well know  watchniuker or Fernie, will be'ut'.I. J.  Murphy'-. ate re in Moyio , every .pay  wo^k. '      '      ���        adv.  The two following items, taken from.  for the ea-,1 to,spend the   winter.    Sue ' tlle Wossliuid Miner, will be of  interest  will spend a short   timo in .St.   Louis ,'t0 l!u- residents of Moyie:  md tlu h go to her home  in Nashville, \     Mi;-a Li'y 1^ mdurand, who has spent  ee. j the past,   three   mouths  visiting reli���  Mi^Nugcql returned Suridav- from '. UVC!5 i!i Q,,ebw aod ?*���*fl������, 1��*  IC-Jlegrews, Ne-iyroundlaml,   wl.e're   he | ���t����cJ to her Home in thib city,  i was \iiitjng for  several   riionfas.    UuJ     Mi-js Rachel Clothier, who h-is   been  1 w.is.i.:ui'ii,nni*sJ by h.a coinin.   Mi^  , vLiting with her aunf,   Mrs.   J.   Kirk-  Agno-i U irlne". . up, for tho p ist few  111 intlis, left yes-  Mr, Claude C..bb  arrived   h.-ro   Us/yenUy ,nonve2 (or   Stockwn, O .1.   to  Satunlay from G rden   Citv,   K.n-iw,;^''" her broll,er Gjor^' wI" ia 8lll>0r-  :.    -       ,      ,      ,       1      ... ..,,���,, 1.    ��� mt.'ii lent of a iniuing property   thero.  1 to join hi r hu-iband.     I h>y   are   m.ik-, * l     *      ���'  ing their li 11110 111 the oottiiju formerly occupied by Mr. md Mrs. E '.  Barr.  DI AMONDS  Bride and Groom Honored-  There was an enj >y ihle gilhering at  iho .Minhatta.i holt-l l'.st Sutirdiv  evening, when Mis. J. Goupill give a,  spread in honor i>[ Mr. and Mrs. Clies' j  ter Ci..t)b. Sonie-10 guest is.it do.vn toy  tho tables. Short talks -.verciuaJe- by!  several i'.f those, present,.' !  I     We  ' when  quality  ���'���llinu you ti Diamond.  < tnpiin-i/.e  Help Wanted,  siibi.T     relinb.'o  conipqlent    to..  tako    cJni-grv .-Fi.1'.  WANTK'Dy-Two''  men for, d.iiry. On  handlu route and  Second'good chore -hand, $30.  v.'ili p iy"$U5"to p-irty fu'ruislimg  ncctssi'ii-y labor and bourd.'i'.'  "-���. I.U. CA.MKROX.  A Diamond   rint.   properlv  hoimlit \< a g-ood asset.  . When' j..i.ui-t'.li;-isi'ti<j,"'froni. ;us  you can ��� (ieppiul Ypo.n .our  ���jtid^o'incnf'.. for Quality is  j.l\v-av$! Que ii.rsr���considor.alibly���  Mr. E. A. .Kill   of  'M.��yiu''isjjotic  MS-'Oilt..  W, F.  TATE &  SON  .Or  ul!  Jcwoleri ii.ii'l   t'ipii.'.ii.-ite (>pticia.u.ji.  CRAKBraiOK", B. .0..   ������  uioin1 Mr '.r.cli lnsp-'!ii'')r'f.ir <','.   I.',   ift  Jroiv'j 2-i'cit i'as.?   (Jiviiiyii, I  �����:    .     '        ��.  ytfjj.���if ; .'Af,',ft.!.''-^.l'' ','���'.',.',  g-xpnrs  ^A^i-.^..^;-..;.^ w  ,__'"��� I'  THE LEADED. MOVfE. 1-SKITJSI-r COLUMBIA.  WWKlia��gtKUCTWBlWKadidiflMftlK!��ngl��lKlKlMW  Her Sister's  Betrothe  BY BERTHA Al. CLAY  ��� ��� ' ' .     '  Author ��rf "A. Wamm'i Vengeance," "Which Loved Him  Besl*** ���'Befcareen Tw�� l/oves," "Fairy Gold," Etc.  BMMWMIIiffm^  ' ',, (Continued )  ",��*d found ourselves in a situation  to .which there was no other issue  Only I wanted to find another lJieieil.  not ^wishing to mix in tin's quaiic-i  the name of tlie young girl who has  .since become my wife "  ���'The  captain  wa��   Known   io   In*-  Toi-midable duelist."  "I know ir, Monsw .;���;> ami    ii     h:.  liven Insinuated that I ear dio\.*- mc tr I  murder;  in a woid,  I .1.-1 .i-i .:s-J  n  cowardice. I appeal to .di n*f-�� of 1����'<  er, to all men of   my    education;    is  such a thing possible?"  There, was in his voice such' an accent of''truth, so much vibrating; 111-  'dignationj that a murmur ot approbation floated through the audience. Jt  wasi quickly repressed, however,   anil  /  iJiueiin*in\ who Knfv,- ihe hitjh standing of the iwo families, wanlod to  avoid scandal as'much as possible  lie went io ihe chateau liimsell, and  I am told,  wa*)- mistaken for a guest.'  After this testimony the inti-ivst  fringed, i A few nqlshbors fuel friends  who had known Koli��-rt in Ins child  hood, were tailed, 1ml (lieir tcstiinoii /  wps of no, i'npoi ti-nt-r-   < ,  Theio  was a  rlpp!* of    excifcmfnt,  followed bv a deathlike .stillness when  i th* president soul:  Tall .Mil*1. 1 evass'-ui." , I my si��l6i, I took sole  res   witli  ii.>self in iegar  Fatlg.u; was for^oiten, and all ey  "nil   ears   wi��io   suajned   to   see    and  hear the most important deposition of  the day.  When she reached the court house,  in the midst of a surging throng, Marthe appreciated the kindness   of   her  the president leminded   the    accused     old frieiid. ,the. Marquis,  in obtaining  lour iis    . o-ris    t'-f<,.fi\r>d    iii.  fesi ir>iouv ArcT"' u-- to ]>n. \o'i \v -  1o-i -li to no mil On 1*f i i< i i .i s'  found -on cxacilv as- ���.-!-,. '-;��� 1 l.-'i ���>,-,  ti t, pi- io ' ,:ch .urn thai \oii cp'jl  iroir-r.h  lifi vr.-n   h'ad."  I-'-i-r- rhf- arromion of iho ai'i". i>/.r  hoc-arue such'lhar even th" slight mill  nun* of the Uuong ceased.       "       <  fn the ali--o!'!te silence, .".'snlu-'s  =ivret voice King out, clear and dis  '.iiicr:  "Monsieur, I have never told a fals"  hood. 1 would pot lie, even to save  mv  biothor-in-law'"  -your broihei-ia-lavv. it is possible.  Pardon me.  Mademoiselle, if I allude  to a very delicate subject. But In jom  iieighboi hood you ueie believed to  be betrothed io thc 3amu d'Aiicel."  'It was a mistake, .Monsieur, we  were never betiotlied."  ."Although there may have bc'ei. no  engagement between you, .i sentiment  more tender than friendship might  have Jed you to uitei a injioic falsehood. A woman who love�� will sacri-  firo everything, i-v.-n her lepuTation,  to save the niaa slut loves."  ''I have told no fal.seliood, Monsieur.  When in  s,[i:t^ uf serious family reasons f consented to receive'Edmee as  einn engagements  d  to her.  She is  AMAZING CREDULITY.  I  Tlie  Aral.   War  Chant.  Captain  Vou  Herbert de=crlbes how i  Witchcraft   lo   London   as  Told   at  tbo ' the sacred  <!i.int m.is  sun-,'  liy Osman j  Pasha's Corn- m th-.il l��i-t dreadful sortie fi am Pic-Mi.i H<- Knows-, foi. ;.���* ha  says, "us a youngster of se\ent<*eii.. ln.--  Cleikcnwel   Sessions.  Tti<- L-ii In" Dili" Uraji'il si-'-. An  (���Kli-aoi'lin n j - nr. i>( " Ik >n r i<"l fWiS  told at ih-" <'lfi!.'ri.w-ii .*=;---i'n-* <m  fijuiidai-; v, Iipii .i Itii'H'n-i .leivess named Rachel .V.-uhans, aged ID wi-* ii-  dicted fur hav :i** obtained i:?'!**- ���>>*  faNe i>reie:u-s fl-nyi Mr- Aim f Samuels and   Si'l'i Hum Rnsle Si'b.-i 1). i S-  Annie H.iniii. N. a ciiai wonrm. ,ol  Bnuusu U-\- mi-el. St. Oe rges givi.ng  h<*r ov.d._'in,e in Yiddish tlirougn the  Interpreter, said hei liusba-ul descried  IUh*. ii Iv  itie j��riJ-  lug ilifn in the lurLI��li service, 1 took  parr in the i-Uiirj;**." It is a solemn  four part chant for deep mule voices,  with intervals, tl e inHoiiy reeuriing  again and a-ram. of ultcriiiitiiig Iiur-  maiues buinnied :ihiio-t piatil--siino, to  the worls "Alia ALli.-ir," and then  again rising "ton fire.it ��nitbiirr,t'<iii the  fifth note." TIh-iv is mote tli.-ui a suggestion of plain soir.;, that sons; which  -Pall  eitdit yeais younger than I, and 1 con  sldcred her some what, in the light ol  a child. 1 believed 1 was doing m.  duly on .that day in thinking of lie'i  future."  �� (To   be Continued.)  PURELY  HERBAL  From the una ot BiKaon both rich  and poor are exery day benefltmi;.  Oue correspondent, n&j*: "1 hnd to  do laundry worl. to xel the money  for rt, course, but thes gu-ve me  health " Ah s coiitra^t r<j thin. Sir  ChHrl��g Clifton Browne, of Deal  (Kent). s,iy<5: **JJiIean- cured me of  bihourtues^ nnd bihoud headKchen  I think ther are a really KOod  remedy." See Facbimile Bor for  nome of the tulnionrs Bilenne cure.  Of all aru?<ibl9 at 50c. a. box. or  post free-"from the Biler.u Co.  To:onto, upon reoeipt'of price (C  boxes -"or ��_��.p0) '  ^rLn^lShT-nd^'i' W>f SHej. drifted westward  from the ..,st,  houM  like  hr*!   loitur.p  tnJd  i"r On en- j  Mall Cazatte ' ^ "  penc-p.   She  laid   out  som ���  card-.,  .tad   ,    ajiparpntly  i-eadlnp  llirm,  --an!     "Your I The  Grt-eiifli.oh.   ,   ,  h-jsliand  "lias   de-er ed   yon     ,   I   hiivc |     Among   the  cutest  of   English   wild  power to  br ng him bn.<k n-ra'n.   (Ji\e , blnls are greenfinches, which frequent ,  mfe.'sCd.   I cin,re!i.-vp yon of ail youry old   buildings   and   old   walls   for   the  trebles 'and  re-ton* vour lmsb mil. so    sakfl   Q{   f|.eslJiy   ouii^rlit   insects   aud  that  von   will   uav-  n,.   ��o>*U   haul   iv   fepi(1<;r8 ip' oobwebSi j.ei-Muiial  exertion  being thereby saved.    They  are well  aware of stores lu the larders of lipid  ers' webs. _" ���,  ToLj-o'a  l-ulille   IJutlm.     j.        .-  Tokyo has 800 public-  bat lis.  which  are used by 300,000 ijoople daily','  i.  h'S.Si&  m  '\i- '���"   C    "kVih>  'iA'.^p>1SB'lHil  ", 1J '  '-    CI j  f  that he was there to 'leply. to tlie  questions addressed to him,' and not  to plead his cause. r  The��� witnesses were then called.  ,  M. Bertrand, brother of the victim,  was the fin.t to give his testimony. Although it was known that   he'- could  throw no light on the, matter, he nevertheless excited a deep - curiosity.   He  -was a man of about forty, of sallow  . '    complexion, and with sharp,    restless  '       eyes., It was evident that to, him-the  f      guilt of Robert d'Ancel admitted of no  ' doubt.  When reminded that the' cap-  "tain, imd himself   had    never   shown  much fraternal affection, lie "protested  that tliey were of the same blood; that  ('tin's  blood now cried  for vengeance;  tliat he would npver rest imtil justice  '   was done!! He then related his arrival  on the'scene of the crime.  1 "'It was'Robert d'Ancel,"   he    -went  on,  "who  sent 'me  the  despatch;   he  alone knew my address.   .During hi.s  school days ]ie"oilen' came to spend'a  holiday at .my home with my biotheV.  When 1 saw him, therefore. I went to  nim w.ith. outstretched hand;.,  but   he  pietended not  to see (it, arid  merely  .',  bowed, as if to a' stranger 'He seeuied  much preoccupied, very gloomy    and  exceedingly bored   by   tlie   questions  addressed     him.     This      uneasiness  struckonie. 1 had been 'old that Robert d'Ancel and 'my  brother were  in  love  with  the  same  young gul    and  that the chances seemed in George's  favor.    Xothwiths'ianding    a    certain  roughness,   my   brother    was    alwavs  ,    successful with women,  ho knew well  'how to soften liis voice ancl his glance  , 'When he Was in love,"and the contrast  bPtweon-i-this sudden  gentleness    and  v     his habitual-bin ffness was very seduc.  .    tiv'e. When -Robert    d'Ancel    refused  me.his hand, ir> gave ine lhe lmpies-  sion.that he was not a stranger to my  unfortunate brother's death."  '  ."Why did you not mention your sus'  I       picions at the time?", liiteirupted  the  '���  .   president, > ,. '  "How  could  I,  Monsieur?  JI.  d'Ancel was known and esteemed tlnough  the whole country, and seemed to hold  an unassailable position  Beside, what  ",x     proof   could   I 'allege   against   .him?  fiXone.    But    the    more    I    leflocted  over    this    sad * ���affair,     the     moie  3. -convinced   I   became   .that   my   first  -- impression       was       right.       George  was  a(5strangei- in  the   vicinity    and  could have no enemies;   if he had  a  few discussions,  it is  not   admissible  that these light quarrels would excite  an  implacable, hatied. On   the'   oihei  . hand, it is well known    that    Roben  d'Ancel  was  passionately  in  love,   it  was the love of the man of study, of  a man  who has real I v had no youth,  a sudden explosion with    a  ��� violence  that bordeied on madness  As soon as  ''lie was rid of his redoubtable    lival,  his  somber humor   disapneaiod.    th*  Joy  could   not be   concealed;   lie   was  so  triumphant that the conuast  with  his former gloom    struck    even bod*.  When the news of his airest iear-lied  me, it seemed to me that I had evpect-  "'    ed  it since .the day when I saw  him  standing  beside ins- bioihei's bod\  . The servant, Isidore   Benoist,    was  the next to testify. Ho   was    an    ill  favored  man, with a low blow,  thick  lips, and seemed veiy  piou-l   ot    Urn  importance gm-n hun   bv  this affair  At first lie chose his ph ascs \ei v care  fully,   but  lelaxetl   ��ompi, iial    ,is    hi.  went  on.   feeling sine   thai yilns   biil-  liant assemblage    was    listening    attentively  "You pietend (o li.no oierhraid a  violent quanel bf-twei.-n the accused  and the 'vioinir ' a-ked tlie piesidtnt  "Yes, Moiin.eui I went with m\  com j-an ions to j-ei tlio leiiunns of Hie  breakfast, but was alone al that mo  merit. As I -onld not lieiu piamlv, 1  went neai'oi."' iepii��(i tlio witness  "Yon have, no doubt, a uabn of I.s  tening at kv. lioles "'  "Oh, no, ,fui I iiiii,lit be r-aiiglu But  I admit that I am i,iq-tismw>. and w.it  anxious f>  be  m il miouni ,| "  'What inlcie*-! could this, alleica  tlon  have lot   ion '"  "W'fJ! \ on sin. Aionsioiii. we lif\r  few distinctions in liie counti v ami  the nffaii-- in Con-p,,)^,.,. \\,.tl. of,, ���  discussed |tI if,, Kiti I.' I> Cadi had Ins  tiiiidul.iip.     in i in     w.is    i df.    cijitain  J'ilsl.    bi-r.i-isr.     Mile      I.i\.ism-iii      en  coinjf.P'i lilni, ihen���"  ' 1'ben��� -jn on  '  '"I hell. .Vrjnslf in, |ii.|)|)lc 'ay (],i; .\|  Poben dAncel should Ii.im Yi.au led  the older, and not t),, \niiiigii sislei  In fan. J was muMi luniis. d In tIk  all-air, and \v,i. anxious to know what  was golnr. on 1 md not leaeh I he spo!  uittll Uie end of .ilie nunrn-l, but I  sweiii- I heard-throiits."  . "From: ;M.  d'Anwi?"       ��� .,.'���,'���'  "Both were 'much excited; thev were  talking, at tlio same' time .-md not  listening to each ' ruber. Kinnllv lhe  captain .h'u'ri-ied a way, ' and ,. i bar!  scarcely timo io conceal nivself behind a tree���" Y '  '���"It wah-..oxviiig. to your gossip iift.er'  the crime .lhat. you , wore dismissed  from Morvi.ce? Williout proof whatever,  you accused M. d'Ancel of being lhe  nnirdei-er?'.;  '"!'. was sure of it... As t.o my dismissal,, the lady was a fpreigiK-r, and I  was tired of waiting on a 'table xvherc  I could not .understand a word lhat  xvas said. I wan on the point ol' leaving,, when .she gave uie notice. Before  another .week, tlie whole'counti-v was  ns sure as myself that the baron had  done  the deed."  "It, wps to yoii that (hi- peasant re-  nilHed tlie revolver wlien found?"   ���  "Yes, .Monsieur. I paid ien francs  ���for it; but 1 do not. regret mv money,  for ln cleaning it 1 found Uie iujtinli-  R.. A��� and I iiiirr.edi'.iiely'���brought ihe  revolver .to the .autlioiiiieu. '.-.Iy phm  SBjvaSjto have him arresled |,v i \vo gen-  riles before ih.; cei-en'ionv. liul  is^was som? do'-v. Beside;!   M   le  permission  to .await her turn    in    a  private room. In lier nervous state it  would  have  been exceedingly painful  to feel herself an  objept of curiosity  or compassion. She had slept but little the previous night, and   was    al-.  most glad that lhe moment had come  w lion she- would rid herself   of , the  nightmare 'that haunted her���like the  wounded man who is'anxiously await-1  ing 'the coming of 'the  surgeon,  and  repeats to himself that once the opera  tioii'is over he will be left in peace."  Yet, in spite of, all, she still believed  in that long-expected 'miracle; ���" convinced that at the last moment the  real culprit would cry out: "That man  i.s innocent!" Ifow often lier imagination hail evoked tho scene���then,she  saw Robert fiee, proud and ��� happy,  anil hersjfelf once more shut up im her  solitude, burying her secret'with herself. And all would be well Robert  would'never know that she had loved  hiiii'With passion: Bdmee would never  suspect at what price,her-happiness  had been bought. The modesty,of her.  soul, that sacred modesty, would be"  respected. The horrible sacrifice would  be unnecessary. '      '  "And in the solitude of the little  room in which she found herself, she  held her breath in expectation. Sometimes a confused.murmur would reach  her from,, the court-room. She knew  that if the'scene evoked 'in her poor,  tired brairf was produced, this murmur  would be transfoi riietl in acclamations,  that nothing could prevent the burst  of joy and applause. Then she would  understand. \ ���  iBut ��� time passed on, aiid this absurd hope became -weaker ,,and -weaker, and finally vanished. Her 'agony  now increased;', she asked herself if  hor strength "would carry her to the  end. It must, since she alone could  now, save Robert. He'would be saved!  He would 'emerge from this place,  where he was now seate'd like a�� vulgar criminal, with head erect. In the  .midst, of her anguish,, Afarthe' felt a  sentiment of divine joy in thinking  'that it was from her hand,, that hand  he would not take, lhat he would receive freedom, the happiness of his  whole life.   ��   , *���  "When, the  usher, came to her,  she  was aheadv standing, .ready to go.  Nevertheless, ��� as she caught a confused glimpse of the judges, and the  excited throng, she inslinctively  shiank back for a moment. It was no  doubt thus, that' Christian virgins, in  the days of persecution, faltered for  a moment when they found themselves  suddenly in the arena, the center of  attraction for thousands of spectators  who had come to see them tortured  Then, Marthe tinned to Robei t As  she saw him, so altered, palp and  emaciated, she, was invaded by a  compassion that almost transfigured  her He had suffeied greatly, and she  would pin  an end to his sufferings.  She mechanically answered the preliminary questions, but as she went  on, she detected deep lespect and com  passion in the voice of the president  This gave her coinage, and her an  swers came more distinctly and linn  lv.  "Rest assured. Mademoiselle, that  tins tiial, to which wc aie forced to  inbuilt >ou. will not be, of long duration," said the president, Madly.  "I am at jour ordeis, Monsieur,"  she replied.  One of  Mafllie's    greatest    charms  was her \oice,  it was singularly pure  .ind   sweet.  JSven  ishcn speaking low  it   was  distinctly  lieaid   It   was  also  hit that each  word she uttered must  be ti ue and sincoip.  Besides, .her ex'  11 Pino pallor, her    evident    suffering,  I'Miii'l  Iho  sympathy  of all.  She ie  i.lied   \ciy  simply, without a gesture,  !h :���  bauds  riasped  together    in    hei  'ruulf, hei o\es hxed on the president  ' Yo'i li.He known tlie accused foi  manv yea is, f believe?"  '"Since mi- were childien together.  His mot her and my mother were intimate tnriHiS "  "Was lie -violent and passionate 5n  liis childhood ' '  " Xot at all. .\loii,iPur. The child  p.onnsed wh.it the s_i.ive and studious  man  has become  "You ii"\pi lie.iu! him speak of his  i omraili-, Geoige   i'.i nriind?"  "Never. Hobci I was nt the I.ycee,  and we un..i ],..,.. tiei]ueii!ly as hr grew  oliier. 1 saw Captain Uei U'and on the  dav I met my sistei ai the Houfleur  si,it ion 1 ilea id his name for the first  nine when M. d'Ancel itilioduced him."  "lie was veiy soon admitted into  ll.e. intimacy  of  your familv ?"  '"He was. constantly with Robert,  .Monsieur', and. as Robert was almost'  ���considered as a relative, tlie captain's  visits were (jaito frequent. Moreover,'  we were receiving a great deal of  company'at the' time, as I desired to  make my .sister's'sjay' in the country  as agreeable as possible."  "Did you not. soon perceive that the  captain was in  love- witli your sister,  and thiil. .M. d'Ancel was jealous?"      '  ��� Manhe hesitated a.   moment,   -tMen  replied, firmly: , , !'     y  "As   soon, as   f   understood   that'll.'-  Hertraiid .was int'erestcl  in my sister,  I Hied to warn lier against him. I did  not   believe   he  could. make' her  hap-  I'Y'Y. . '  "And from that, moment, you thought  olj| marrying, her to your neighbor?''  "No. .Monsieur," she said, after  another moment of hesitation; "I did  not think of if. at the time, it was only  later, when I understood that they  loved each other, that this marriage  was .decided." ���  "Pin-don me. Mademoiselle, if I am  forced io (nu'slion you ori your private  .-eiiiiiiient.s. bul 1 am absolutely forced  to it. Al. .tlio time of the arrest, you  tried to save tho accused by declaring  'hal on .ihe day of the 'crime you  y.-.-.--p ontivcrsin;. wiih him in the park.  CITY OF EDMONTON.  Canada's Most Northerly Ci��-y Has Nov.  a    Population  -of   lu',000���Grew  '   '       'From  1,200 In Fivs Years. 5.'  The, building pe.rmits of EdmonL"!.  this year are over one million dollar^  In value. ,, ' .  ;' I'-lve years ago1 the city had 1,200 ul  a population; a conservative" estimaf  n6vv places the population at 12.000, and  In ffieat oonfldenos the' g-ojd people  of tlie most northern, city expect' to  have in another rive years 35,000 Inhabitants. -' -     ' ,  1 Tho city ovynsi, its pulillc' utilities,  rleotilc light, water works and tele^  phone systems. For a0thousand miles  north wheat can be'f,grown. Govern-'  ment statistics on the'crop of l"i03 sIicm  the,, average yield of spilng wheat'<n  the Edmonton district to have ''be?n  24.29 'bushels, and xvip.ter wheat 24'.'51  to the acte.  .Sub���rves Enormous District.,  The cirysubservesr an enormous district to  the north. ^  In  that vast  ter-  lltory the inhabitants sleep in blankets  made in  Edmonton of Central Alberta  wool, .and eat Hour, oafmeal, bacon-and  butter made-at  Edmonton,   the    latter  being,enclosed  ,in- tubs   of   Edmonton  manufacture.    Tlie doors and windows  In ,the far northern'residences are sent  from'  Edmonton ..factories;     and'    the'  cigars smoked-are  the product of one  of   Its  flourishing 'industries       Every  package of merchandise that goes  into  that country bears the brands of some  Edmonton house. ���  It is essentially a modem, town, with  yet a fund of historic associations. It  was scarcely a village ten' years ago,  and nearly three-quarters of it��have  been built during the last four .years  The city,! is one of the greatest primary  .markets for fur on-the" continent. It  is rapidly becoming also a milling centre, there being- now-in .the city and  Aear-by territory, five flour mills and  a cereal mill, with a flcfur mill of 230  barrel capacity under 'course', of construction. t    r' ,  , 'Enormous Siip-jly'of Coal." ' '  Another obvious factor in Edmonton's development is4he enormous supply of'easily-mined coal of high grade,  which underlies the city and surrounding district. This''coal is so easl'v  mined that it can be sold retail, and  delivered into the cellars of citizens at  a cost of $3.00 a ton. Coal of good  steaming quality is delivered to mills  and factories at a cost of not less than  $1.50 per ton.  The buildings that are seen along the  streets are  not  of  the  light",   cheaply  built class  more  or less  temporary  so  often noticeable  in a new town In  the'  West.    They  are  solid,   massive,   permanent structures.    The   waiter works  and  sewerage  systems,   together  with  ���Jhe  electric  lighting,, were   taken  ov��r  Tft 1902.    The water Is taken from   the  Saskatchewan,    a    glacier-fed    stream  which in  absolutely free from  organic  matter.    On  electric  lighting  the  city  Is  making a good profit notwithstanding that rates are lower than  In other  Western cities,   the   revenue   this  year  exceeding  $30,000.    The service  is   beyond  criticism,  and   no   town   in  Canada   Is  better   lighted   than    the    new-  capital.   There are now about 350 telephones   on'  the    Edmonton    exchange  (also a municipal  enterprise).     There'  Is   a  fanners'   line   going  through   the  Clover Bar and Agncola settlements.  A Mile of Cement Walks.'  Notwithstanding the   enormous   cost  of   cement   at   such   a   distance    from  points ot production,' last year a mile-  of cement walks  Was put down,  fourteen feet wide.  Some of Edmonton's public school  Dulldlng-sare structures which would do  credit to any city in Canada. Alberta  College, completed about a vear and a  half ago, has built an addition which  doubles (he capacity of the bul'dlng.  With the coming of the new the old  passes away. Recently the Old Inn of  Edmonton was torn fl'iwn, a pla=e  around which life cntrert foity or fifty  years ago. They still tell tho tale tnat  when any traveler complained ot tli<?  fare provided at the hotel ho -was giave-  ly advised to go to the next, which was  only 730 miles on, Poitage la Piairle  being tne first stop after Edmonton  that boasted an inn.  {   r2pO YEARS AHEAD.  English'  Distance    French   Savants   In  the   BuiTding 'of  the   Greatest  Dic-  'i   .       , '     0  tionary���Race'Contested 30���Ysars.  All   unknown  -to   the ipubluc' a  great  race htts be.en in 'progress for some time  ill the literary world  between England  and   France.    Kngtahd   has   practically  won. It Is said, and  will walk In about  200 years ahead of France."  >   This contest  lias   been   between   tho  Oxford University Clarendon press and  the Academy of France^.  Each Is compiling a dictionary, which Is,, to be absolutely the latest and most up-to.date  book dn existence.   Already six tllctlon-j  aries   are   extant .which   are   re-ckoned,  good .and apparently .supply all wants,  'but .the  French  Academy   nnd   Oxford  University declared, in'favor*of'some-"  thing later.   So more than 30 years ago  .Oxford started Its  glgan<tac, ta^k. -  ' 'This gavecithe "lmni irtals." of Franpe  a chance to hustle.   They, did.' Beforea  year-was out thoy also were at work  on their dictionary, y> '   .  Official .reports from both sides ^how  ,that the Oxford compilers have finish-  longer" She heVi'Ved that', and paid  the money- The nexi dav tlie p- Isonei  asked for Is Cd for iMiidks, wlil'ih b -  Ing burned In a pe.-uPar wav, with pins  stuck ull round them, vvouUI'iitt-act lh-��  hurfbfind 10 his home again. On an-  oOi-sr occasion she irrnje mysterious  parses with, hpr hands over the fire,  on which she had can full'v deposited  a red brick. The husband did nol 10-  turn, nhd the prisoner, explained: "'1  muk have more money, Th" more you  give m  Thome."   She paid   y ,��  in a���      -i.u,.   fructlon evory 8ecoI,a.  risoner Insisted on having *A nightdress, some sheets and p.llow cases  (She was going to prepare thi-ne .with a  secret   processJ,  so   lhat  one  night   the  Tlie  Wprl.l-* fiilrtlm.  The world's births'aiiiou'nt to.nliout  57,000,000   every   year. '101,370  every  e tbo quicker I shall_bi in..-; him   dn     ,. 224  every  hour,   or one and 'a  She paid   i',3 119  ln all." Tin n   ,_y    '  the prisoner Insisted on having % n'ght-  ,  ,A  Bunk  Nolo   CurlowJir.'   _      ..         A. bank note that pnssed through the  witness would w'fiko up'and "find her Chicago, fire ls one of the curios pre-  h us band by her side.' He would, bo 1 served In the Bank of Kngliuid^ Tin*,,  weai*Jng,the n^gh'dress and the pillnv paper wns cousumed. hut the nsln,-*  cases which had beon treated wish held together, and the printing'is quite  something  which   had    the   wrmd.orful   legible,   and .It   Js   kept   under   glu.ss,  ed A.to K, L"to "me.sualty," O to "piper," all of" Q. and R down to "reserve."  The volume containing'^* will be issued  next months '       ' '       * , '    '  But the repprl from France, Is not so  good. Oxford'expects to have its whole  task completed by 1911. "rive Immortals  have only reached the lett?r C a.nd do  n>t expect to'complete tha.t until 190S.  Some figures ot the Oxforrl (dictionary 'aie interesting. Jn If, the figures  as compared with previous dictionaries  are: Oxford, 10,013'word1?;" Johnson's,  1,533; Casseirs, 6,893; Century, -9,690;  Funk's Standard, 9,030.  From the beginning of volume I. to,  Uie word "Infer," excluding from'  "graded" to the' end of O. thero  are 16,516 columns,' each of, 101-S  inches' long and 2 1-2c Inches wide.  If> 'these were stood .on end  they would be,fourteen .limfcs as high  as Eiffel tower. There aije 72,miles'of  lines, containing 13,321,1S1 words comprising 70,161,384 letters.  T.he Paris * ImmortaJs'Vwill have to  do a vast'amount of .work ever-to catch  up on'_this record. AitT'th^ present rate  of progress the academy dictionary will  be completed In 250 yea:.s���or, perhaps,  , 200, if the new official spelling of the  Unite'd StatesMs.ignored.  The fli-Mt edition of the academy dictionary was begun in 1635 and (finished  In 10?t: The 1-xst ���JItion up to, the one  now In progress occupies! 42 years, and  was begun in 1S33.    ���  Thj slow progress of the "Immortals"'  brings to mind the story of Buffon, the  naturalist, and the crab.. The wiseacres of his day puzzled hov to dijfine  a crab in their d'ctloniiry. They finally voted to describe it as "a. fish  which -walks sideways.7 Buffo'a wai  .sent for and his opinion asked. Tin*  "forty" wen: much discomfited when  the naturalist replied:  "Well, except for the facr that th��  crab ls not a fish and does not w.-Uk  sideways. It Is a gooo  -lescription."  poiye-r of prevailing her bii-i.a'vl ever  running away again, d^oud* lauglitei )  Her  husband, did  110.1  come  b ick.  In answer, to Mr. n\V. 11, Saudi, defending, Mrs. Samuels said she b"l>v-  ed rhe-prlsoner to be a good witch who  could perform magic. The wHnesf^pr.i-  cluced" a capacious 'bag out of which  she brought a medicine bottle oon.ajn-  t_ng a magic'Kquid for sprinkPng about  the 100m. a paper packet containing  some clippings from the back of 'k black  cat, and some pins which shi- .bad to  sc-w into her chemise. All these' things  were'supposed to-be neccssaiy ,t,a restore her husband.   (Loud laughU-r.)  Mr. Chester Jones (laughing hearti.y)  ���This Is,the funniest ease 1 have ever  had   before   me. '  Fanny Samuels,, the witness' daughter,, said that the prison cr provided  pouders'-and uttered myster ous vv'oidi  to ca.tl  her fatber^back.      1  Mr.   Chester  Johc-s���A sort of Incan-1-  -"tation.  I   siippus>>.    �� "  ,Mr, Sands (cross-exanr-lnlng)���"Did  you see the performance with the black  eat?  . The witness���Yes, and ',she "threw  something InTo-the fire. iYcame Out  wl,Ui a squeak. __J_ hiid ,a fright and I  ran  a.way.   (Laughter.) ' - ���  Did khe put the cat ln the ,flre? VA.  ,F can't say what she diid with the cat  Something was put on the fire,   '     . .  Did the'black cat frighten <you? A.  The squeak "did,   < >   '    ,  Vou thought the 'prisoner a 'good  witch? Ai' Yes; 'she showed us such  miracles that she made us believe her.  She produced a lot of Russian gold������  hindfuls���fr-*m,her b'osom. and said:���  The bank paid the'note.  ' Eyos and Nose Ran Water.���C. Q. Archer?  of-jjrb-ner.-Al.une, nays: "I lime, had catarrh lor several/yours. 'Water would run  from my e.vea/Und now- for days at a  time. About four months ii��_o I wa�� Induced to try Ur. Aenew's Catarrhal Pow."  (1','r,, and muro .usinir .tlio wonderful remedy I have .not' had un attack. Jt re-  liovet.  in'ten   minutus."'   50  renin.���17 <  '" English papers cominend 'Hon."Bx>  tldiphe hemieux's proposal to lower  l>ostape���dn Uritisli newspapers.       .  '  ,        MRS.   LOUIS  LA.C0MB  SUFFERED JOR MONTHS.  Operation Advocated-Savej'  ' -/ by Pe=ru=na. t  ivrlt^'i L��0U MCOt"h'    iV^'  ni.  "1   haVo  followed    your   i.������.    '    Jdk  'VVe had 'two doctors and �����.   .,'���  that, I,would   havetoh'e     V��  ation. performed   before  I    eould^  ���fain,rny health. '     ���   C -d 'Y  "Wre   thou   decided, to  write r�����,   ,  ^^���"?,t.t.����'. -���,?. ^ ZJZ^ 1  bo   lhat   1" 0,^.1  nearly   a, ^-car    with  heailaenos    at    thiuy  *'urc��!y stand up.   ,  MNow,,l   feel so well  tt.'j'  after a i_M  treatment with your'remedy, *nd " '  504grateful*that I do not know hltlf'  express my thank^. l *t(,  ' IA' than}t' you many tin-.eB for ti�� i,Y  advlee Iybavc had from* you.' klMj.  "I, don't want your money.o Sue, I havo  pleryy of my .own.   '-Ail will be returned  when I have finished my jvork, but  .f you -do'^nbt 'give- meswhattl want 1  have  the power  to stop your, husband  from aeve>- coining back."        >.      .  <    Detective  Sergeruu Lees��n"��aM  that  durlngythe'five^months the prisoner had  boon Iri"L.indon fehe had accuinulated'a  large sum of money by these practices.  She   wns  sentenced   to  nine  months'  .Imprisonment  and  certified   tor deportation. ' 1 ���   '  The drtv-rf of fu-e coal inunnc .irum,  Hctev'an.'iire , piacticnlv muti .FbIi,  lifter field is gnidunilV b.-Tng -l/d  .o, settlers. '      ,    Y   -  . -f,     ��� ���         '    -  The'Ganadiiui Pacific Hy. .irt m-/'  r.ing a Berion'of. Winter KxetirMotu-io -|  Vancouver   unrl   Victorni.  DC   frc-n 'I  w'.i statioiife iji.^ranitnb.1.  \lljnrU an-f A  Saskaichewan.,  A curious fact is mentioned In con-  nection with thc suicide of James ITovle  a Preston publican. A painter was engaged in painting the sign outside a.n'd  had finished the last, letler of Hoyle's  name when he heard the, report of a  pistol and found that the landlord had  committed suicide.  The Lord Mayor's Show.  The election of a new lord mayor to  tho civic throne, who the ensuing year  Is to be Sir [William Tereloar. naturally  turns.tho thoughts of Londoners to  theliyannual raree show on Nov. 9, the  day on which they are pennUted by  ancient law to Indulge in many extravagances which would not be permitted them on any other day in the  year. It Is a day on which a Londoner  cannot be locked up for anything'short  of theft or violent assault, tie can do  almost what he pleases, with a policeman  looking smilingly on.  It Isn't the magnificence of the lord  mayor's show which Londoners enjDV,  for truly of late years it has seemed to  have lost all its original splendor. It  is the fun lhey get out of. it.   "   ..  The difficulty in securing some fresh  Idea with which to make the lord mayor's show different In Its main features  from its predecessors Increases as the  years roll by. For some time past interest has been created by the rumor  that this year's pageant will differ fn>:n  thoso of recent years.  It is now definitely stated the show  will contain no cars or floats, but that  A   Poet"��   Curioim   Compliment.  It was the habit of Hie-hard Etenrj  Stoddard, the poet, to always speak  well of every ,one. No matter how bad  the character of a person, the good  gray poet invariably found some trait  to piui.se. One day iu his oflice on  Park row some Triend entered and  asked him whether he knew so and so  and. if so, what was the man's reputation. It happened that the man had .1  shady reputation and was well.knotvn  as (i "gold liriek" operator. The aged  Poet lighted his pipe and answered:  "Yes, I know him. lie is the, most  energetic, progressive, irrepressible,  good uatured, artistic kind of an unmitigated  rascal   that   I  ever  met."���  Have  You   Insured   Your,Skin?  A Xorth-West  farmer dieda recently  f 10111  blood poisoning    following   "the,  pnek of a rusty nnily  A Un  tack on  which he' tied." penetrated a  Chicago  boy Vice,   nfid  he "'dieu    later   *froin  .lock-jaw._.    lioth   these"   deaths  could  have-been  averted   if 11 box-of Zaiu-  Uuk had beeii.hruidy.   The nil- is lull  01    poisonous   gcri'iid ' und    micioben  which  faettle    on'   wound.*  .and���and  what?    , If left"_to so tiieir own ivaj  tliey,fact up.festering, suji.iu'iation unci  frequently blopd poison.,  If Xum-Huk  h   applied   tlie.se   liaiiiifu.1 gernW arc'  killer! and. the wound is healed'."  tOne of. the gieuteat living elieiuirit*>  has proved   that  Zain-Tiuk  hut more  powei   to kill  harmful   ^microbe*    111'  wounds fhaii cl-urle'cai bolic acid,1 rind  �����,ll!il )pW,,leiI*v- 'A Hule. ����m:i)uK|ioI7e'oid\buTHi��p;:  appled to a lout, a sore, a bmri or 111      , - ,  biui.se. wliich. breaks, the_ skin,   'prevent!-  the  wound    from'    faking,., thp  wrong'tuin.  und  8|>ecdily8 Ii'ecds" it.   "  . .AIis.^Hright,  of Johnstone;' N..J3.,  onys: "I ,got m.v*'"'finger   poisoned ��� bv  the prick fi;oin a needle, and as.it got  very bud, I appl^ed-fi^me'Old.fasbinncc]  remedies.    It continued  to get' woise,  and J then tried Znm-liuk. . This botl'i  clemied -the wound, mid Ifealed it apd  sdorvairtruce of the'injury wok gone."  In cas*es*of>cuU*.' burns," bruiues and'  othei, injuries Znin-Iiuk    i.s-  tbe djest  "in&urance."   lt  is' eqinilly 'good  for  e&/.t:ina, chronio'ulcerhtion, ringworm,  scaling,   sorcS,     abscesses. ' inflamed'  patches,  lunning  ftores,   bad   leg,  old  wound-', etc.   Also-for chapped hands  Of all druggist', nt fifty cents' a box  oi-" post fiee  from  the Zum-LSuk  Co..  Toionto, upon receipt of pi ice.     Six'  boxei* for ?-2..i0. '   r  \il  ' Corns'Ciuiso iiitoluyiLle .lam.'" Hoi-  lowuy'j, Coin' jL'ifie' rcmwrA a*  tiouble., Try'it. rind s-v nhai ainoad  of pain is s-uved.  -The  ilext legij.ln.tuie pi  M-khiclif'  wan will  meet at "Resinn iii the ncr  Michallis   block   insiead  ni iIhMj,.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures Distempir  ���y       , ."      . ���     ,  ^Thomus -Sliiiinidn   !-n>.   bousliiriiit  Copel-nul   Hou.se   .11   IVmbtoke, Tw . j  S-10.000.       ....      ��  Heart relief in an hour.���A lady in New-  York State, writing- o�� her cure by Dr.  Aenew's Cure for tho Heart, says: "I feel  like one brought bark from thc dead ho  great was my suffering from heart trouble  una so almost miraculous my recovery  through the agency of this powerful treat-  moiit    I  owe  my  life  to  it."���19  Slight   MUtnlvc.  ,rWaltcr. what does this mean?  Twenty-five francs for two hard boiled  eggsV '  "Very sorry, sir. Slight mistake, sir  I've given you the bill intended for the  American   at   the   next   table."���Pule  Tin-   Oil   s,������.  In the gulf of Mexico ten miles southwest of Sabine puss is a calm st,t.tch  of  water   two   miles   iullK  .,���,-   t|ln.0.  A white deei was recently shul>.bv  .William iMnr.shnll of Sault Ste. Maiie  at liuyden, on thc line of the Algo-  nin C'eiitinL   ' "  When rheumatism doublet a man up  physician and aufrercr alike lose heart  und often, despair of n cure, but here's  the exception William 1-egg. or Norwood.  Out., says. I was nearly doubled up with  rheumatism. I got three bottles of South  American llhcumatic Cine and they cured  me Its the nuickest acting medicine I  ever   snvv.  ���18  1       '   -EiiIIiik: Arnrnlo.   i;    t  .  The' practice of eiiting in-.i>ij;o Is ����j  conimpiiluiiFug jieasaiits 4m tlie liium-.*','.J  talnous,   cllstric-tsi   of    liiuuf-irj;  nnd  France.   'The.v 'clahii  tint tlie polvn  'enables Uioiii"to ascend gri-.it hrtgbn'  without expei-lenclng.any illiln-ulty Jn  "hreathioE. '.  i?.     ~~~~~��� 1  ,PuliliiH   It   Un.  "That man Ciii-oloss lias a vi-ryiivsg.  ger ulr.   Iias ho money V"  "No. - That's the reason lif bin. tin  ���wagger air."���Detroit I-'ree ITlss.  i'ou DO NOT havo to know whit >our  goods are mado of when you usa  ,  Y-'O-LA  The vow nnn Home Dye  their place will be taken Tiv an entirely        ��� A ������K��in��l   three-  new  feature,   wh.ch   should   pro"   S    2s     ,? on ��" (","IM'!""    '} ��- "><�����'�����  of the most Interesting, as It is the rno.U ��    S,,ot ,l"(i iy "'ways placid.  For family Golds  A reliable cougli ��nd cold cure should  be ilways in the house ready for uie the  moment the first,symptoms Appear.  Itii  always  easier, cheaper and bettet  .    lo check a cold in lhe very beginning.  It is safer, too.  ..y   __ Shiloh*s Consumption Cure, the Lung  Tonic,   has   been  tested  for   thirly-lhree  . years, and lens of thousands of homes in  ���  Canada and (he United Slates to-day are  never without it.   '  .A dealer write!: " Sluloli'i Coniiimplion Cure  ii without doubl lhe b��.l remedy for Coughi ��nd  Cod.on the market. .Once ukicI, my cu.lomer.  willbu).noolher.���L. IJ.ley, N��Mag��wey��,Oiit."  If il were anything but the best would  this, be ��o ? Try it in your own family.  If it does not cure, you get back all it cosl  you. We take all lhe chances. Neither  you nor your dealer ca a lose. Isn't thai  fair? 25c. is the price. All dealers in  medicine sell ���,  tSHIUOff  original,  that has  been  seen  In  recent  years  It will consist of representation in  costume of seven centuries of city civic  life, the representation being carried  out by groups Illustrative of the lord  mayors of each century, with their  .sheriffs and high oflicers. Each groiip:  w-ill bn, dressed in tlie correct' costume  of the period and will consist, of ten"  person-, so that the, total.. number of  pe-rsonn in the seven groups will be 70. ,  Such historic lord mayors as Fitz '  Alyn and Pick WJiittihgton will be included, and this feature undoubtedly  will overshadow all others in the procession.' which otherwise will follow  traditl vnal Hues.  lllieiiiiindMii.  niioumiillsm niav often he cured be  "drling a |i,,,(. ol, of ,���ri)(.llUn(. l0 ,'  warm or hot hath. .\Kl...n> n ���tl|(. ,  the ini-vfurc r���,-���10,i ,,y Ils,  grams of groon soap and Lhirtv grains  of oil of turpentine poured into tijc  hath  will  bo effective.    It should  W  hou ,it ��J,Ce aftC'' I"i"x!n��'  "-"^ the  liquid-becomes a foaming fmth   ,  Morals of Nature Study.  A    contemporary    witter    .says    that  under the pretence of nature study tho  fields   and   woods  are   robbed   of   their  treasures, flowers being taken away by  the   armful - where    a   few   specimens  would sulhce.   The things look best, he  says, whete nature has sot thfAin. Rca-  s-onably  Interpreted   this  Is  sound  ethics  and  good  sense.    Some  things  nature  scatters   In  such   profusion���daisies,   lupine-,  golden   rod.   fir   Instance���  that they seem like a harvest of beauty which it would be a sin  not to reap  In due season.   Hut it Is a good rule In  the school of nature not to take greed-  Hy more than Is wanted, and not ruth-  le.ssly to destroy, moralizes The Toronto  Star.  Tho   good   sportsman   Is   opposed   lo  exteriiilnnllon.   and   to   the   destruction  of song  birds  and   insectivorous  birds,  '���"he  use  of  the camera  inaiks  a  further stage In   the  progress   of  humanity,   and   ot   true   appreciation   of   na-  tuic.      Some   nf   the   magazines    havo  publl-hed  wonderful   pictures Illustrating   tbe   habits   of   blids   and    beastH.  Loiik  at   a  likeness  of a  squirrel   taking his breakfast  on  his table of pine,  and    compare    it    with    the    wretched  creatine    turning    a    treadmill    In    a  case, and you will think that centuries  must  have  elapsed   between   tills   barbarism and that civilization...  Novel Honeymoon Trip.  Fifteen months immured within th��  rocky fastnesses of the headwaters of  tho McMillan River, in thei far away  Yukon. 225 miles from the nearest of  their own sex and race���suoh was the  experience of' two women, bbth acous-  tomed to culture and refinement, but  who fought bravely against the elements while out of civilization. Tha  two'-women are Mrs. Armstrong, _._  Knglishwoman, and Mrs. George Leight"  Canadian, The latter made her honeymoon trip into the 'Wild country a.ndl  shared tho dangers and hardships of  her miner husband. In a frail canoe  they navigated the McMillan, Pelly and  Yukon Rivers, and they returned io  civilization bronzed and In porfeat  health, having endured privation* with  uncomplaining good nature,  e Mark  That Tells  Pen-Angle trademark (in red) on  every Pen-Angle  garment, tells you  it will fitand won't  shrink,��� your  t..j      l 1 .    .        own' dealer   so  ! "d- mirked thus in ��      ��� ��� ,      ���        . u  ! Tineiy���f.tyic.f.biic.��nd    guarantees it.  -  ^:rT^,mFI,^ "H^'rwe'r,   ^3  Uealeii   are ���authorized lo triUCmarkcd    13  replace m.lanlly ��'r,d��l our , Softer, Warmer  C".t.   uny   I'en-Anale 8ar- ,l��� r' ��       ��� ? I   '  menl   laullj.   in    material '"Ore        flexible,  or   m.k.ng.        nun    better  wearing.  frcJc ^(urK  ,. A Wonderful   Machine.  a The   Taylor -Construction .Co.'ha*   a  new   excavator   wliich   It   Is .intended  will make rapid work on the trenclilng  on the Edmonton city, sewer work, anil  do the work of 100 men.   The.m.achlne  works pn an ���entirely  nevy principle, at  least so far as Kdmontpnfan experience  Is concerned.   It welgli's'close to twenty  tons,   and   it   has   a   capacity.   In   go id  ground,- of one  hundred  feet  a day of  trench   22' feet   deep,     rt   I.s  moved   by,  .Its   own ��� power   on,  four   large   wheels  similar  to  a steam-shovel,   but  it  has  the advantage ovor,a;steam shovel that  the  work   Is .done ���'. behind -the  machine  Instead  of In  front, so that the wheels  are  always  on  solid  ground.     A   large  leg,-with a! chain bolt and stool brackets  revolving  like straw-carriers  on   a  threshing   machine,   does   the   excavating, and ii. carrier eni-rles the earth'off  to one side of the trench and  clear of  the  machine, ytt"will   clear  lhe   trench  out eight feet wide, sufficient'for everything except the larger part or the main  trunk sewer. '  ���Iffi-MOffflC-fM-  UNDERWEAR  u^B8i��  KA\  IjShrst^!  <-(>l<lc��t   ISiiroix-iiri   Camtiil.  St. Petersburg Is tho coldeat capita!  In Europe, the temperature in whiter  sometimes reaching CO degrees below  eero.  !hos Jtooi for the Bf^  during seventy yc&no(  Increasing ��'"���  Remember this when/ou wont waterproof oiled coot j. iufts. hats, or hoti'  y. poods for oil itinds of wet work.  ���'.  WE CUAHWITEE EVERT CARMEfl" ����j  TOWtR CAHitWAN CO. Unite* TOtONTO. CI.H-  W    N  U    No.    613 THE LEAOKR, MOVIE, BKJTISU COLUMBIA.  FAR AWAY FROM DOCTOR  r      AND DRUG STORE  Many Dwellers on the Prairie Have Learned  to Depend Almost EntireSy on  Dr. Chase's Rfledicines.  ,\vuie   twenty-two ..miles   from , a  iclim   t-.e the   witter   of   the   lette.  ,.,   below  tellfa ot the benefit), ob-  ^       bean the use   oIDi,CI����^  ; Mo'liciiH'i' in times of sic-knes.s   ..and  1 hUHf"Ihuu-jaiid*    of    lonely   liomes  hi, m<'hout the northwest  the  family  JlP�� nlmoat enthely on Dr.  I .1, Y's Medicines mid the - receipt,*  fro/itainirfl in Dr. Chad's Jteceipt  fl'uoli   a*--   a   moans -of   maintaining  iY|1l, and combatting dUen.se.'    .  \f,��  Tlioa'. Shiels, bfougiiton, Sask.,  i-ivi'ite�� "^'e lu,ve uhe(' n(-arl>' aIi of  h.r ('lin-.i1'-. Medicines in our family  L,ll, splendid results and Send diieet  L vou foi them becnuhe we>_Jive  ftwiMitv-two unlet, from .a drug stoic.  | "Jn I>r.'Chn��e',s Kidney-Liver .J'illh  I we found a cure for eo.ibtipntion, bil-  [ii,tHiH'f.rf and kidney'dineas-e.  ���I used several boxes of Dr. Chase''-  iKoive Food for nervousness from  Iwliicli 1 had been n great sufferer and  it built .ile  up and  ���stieiif-tliuiied me  iv ondei fully..        ' <  "Some years, ago J' liad an ulr-ei on  in. ankle and though I tiled man*,  tieatmeiitb ot one kind and .iiiotiiei  coulif get iiothnig, to heal it until 1  UM'd JJi t'liiioe'ri Ointment, winch I  have al-.o found an excellent emu foi  itching piles. We would ,carcel\  know'liow to get along .without ' Di*  i'hlir'(-\ ^fedicnie.i "  'Die c.iidiileilce which people have  in Di. Chase's Medicines c,-in (}nly be  Hi-counted for by lhe fact that the.  never disappoint. I'oi ne.iilv half ii  century they have heen befuie the  public and had a recoid/jf cine-, un  paralleled in the lii.no/y 'of medicine  ;- These fiuiiily medicines aie -"��px by  mail po.-tpfiid on receipt of puce. Df  Cluihc's Kidney-Livei Fills, 25, cent-  a box, Dr. Chusc'n ' Areive Food S"  cent* ti liox,,Di. ClnioeV Ointment CO  cents- it box. 'At all dealei,-. oi lOd-  iwm.-.oii, Hates A Co , Tin onto  Tram Profits for Concerts.  Over ��21.000 out of Ih* profits of  'the .Sheffield Corporation Tramways is  [inin? contributed in relief of the <?Ity's  iMlYthis year, being equal to about, 7  !c. n!il I" die ppund. \ This, fli-cosssful,  i municipal enterprise also prpvJtlefi ,��  S apodal fund out"of which grants are  [m^flu to va-lnus.objects not supportable  'out 'if ih<* rates, such'as the mfljmon^,  lance nf municipal'winter concerts'and  ithe ;> ellmlnary expenses of an electrl-  [cai exhibition -which, ls b-sliur orornotei'  I by the corporation^    s     "��� ���        "' '���'    t-  The Willis -shoe victory, the latest,  lof Suafoith's .industries, 1ms. .started  inioiiufnctiningj.,      '  -   ---,--        "'  'L,  '-? ���       ' '?J '.     "  A CRIPPLE CURED.   ' ,,  ^A   RELAPSE.      ���    ���'���  Within the cl'tjY din ui|<l dust,  'Its Jicat'and toll anil friction.  1 dwell, a,s many mortals must, /  '    '  Till saddr-ned uitli ailllitlon. ,.  <     I called n doHor, one I knew  ToJju a .ilkilled reliever  0  Ofthuman iJU.   Said lie. 'Sir, you ,  Are sliickejrc with hay fi-iei.''  r I., < '  - ..Then lo a cooi resort.I t!��-d  As soon as' timo  vvou'.J  le! me'  A'nd felt all iluhi in heart and head '  , ;    Until new gilef be--t?t mo.  She is a -yldriw���olr. such gracel'  How,can-vl. ever leave In r? '     <t  '"A pretty grass one.   rami cade!   ('       .  " ; Onco' more ,1 have hay fever!  -Nlxoa" Waterman    lu- Woman's   Homo  yeoinp'iiilon,- <��� e- I  - i       y.Thsy  Found, ths ,Man.  A*good story is t^ld In a recent issue  of WilhehYi's'Magazine, of.Hoii. F. W.  Aylmer, of Golden.' B C., 1 elating' to  the early days when Mr. Aylm'*r camo  to the Pacillc AVest .in charge of a body  [Helpless and   Bent with ���Rheu���matism  .���Cured  by  Dr. "Willianhs'    -*" .,  Pink   Pills.'���-o s,  �����. t .   '  was a helpless cripple. I was.J  Ibent in foim and could noi/straighten of (surveyors of the Canadian Pat-ifi-;  fuii Ciutelieb .were inv onlv-means Railroad, and was widely known as the.  lof moving about.' I triedhniiny med- "Hon, Frank" Aylmer." One d.iy while  hemes but thev all failed unliM-be- the'men were at dinner���eating ordinary  Ipoit umiik Dr. "Williams' Pink'Pills���", camp far/;, three'rowdy , lumbeiJacks  [tlu-v cured me." ��� George Sehaw, of came to the camp and asked to see the  Short-Heach, M.S., made the'above al- man in charge. Being told that he was  mo-,1 staitling statement to a reporter ".the Hon. Frank A-ylnier.Vthev' became  u few da\-s iico.    .Afr. Sehaw is now a   very  Insulting and  loquacious. "Frank  .vcll-built man,r strong " nnd 'btoad  -houldeivd. lake thousands of other  [Nova Scotians, 1/e is a fisherman, and  \U constanily exposed to ull kinds 'of  liieuther, , just1 the conditions " to^ set  Itlii* rheumatic poison in-tlie blood -at  [woik. oMi.'"Schaw adds: ''It is iin-  jpihibible to overrate r! the severity of  Itin- attack.-' 'Hie trouble was located  [in rny buck and right hip. ' 1 had tb  uut woi-k and was y mostly   indoors  A.ylmar���the Honorable Frank Aylm'-r!  the largest one'lii the crowd exclaimed  ln a, sneering tone of voice; "the Honorable Frank Aylmer! Pplnt him oiit to  me that I can get a good, look at him!  "Who ,Is UilS'Hoii. Frank1 Aylmer?-' , A.  gentleman of husky, manly pr-portion;  Jumped up from Ills seat at the table  and fronted jtliern ' "Who are ynu?".  the rowdy aslced. V"I am the HonoVable  Frank' Aylmer,"   lie ^replied,   and'then  ,-��� .���        t .ut   t���   * "'i    proceeded- In   true   Canadian   style   so  llieie.was  a time  when  1  never ex-   f^_hu the throe of them.   At first, the  E|ji ctud  to stand erect".again, .but JDr.  'Williams' Pink'Pills struigiitene'dIme  <p again,  not only  that/    but "{the)  lni;ide���me the strong, "hearty(' man" yqu  Vce ine to-day.'   T can never describe  -he awful piiin I  suilered  f before'   1  i.-ed these, pills... J^tried^maiiyYiied-  rines and hod tieatment from sever-  |ii doctors, but1 to no. avail.    }>ty legs  f jeennie *--o stiff that in oidei'lo move  it all 1 had to u&e crutches.   Firinll.  he doctors decided that,I was incur.  ;ible. and  tol'di me they could  rende'i  in further assistance.^ t continued to  -tiffoi day and night, and  then caine'  he turning point of my life: A friend  "ioin a  distance cimie ��� to "see  me nnd  t  iv as  fiom   him   1   learned   that  "Dr  ! Williams'   Pink  PiLls were    n    great  ���-uie for rhoumatibni.   At .once  J" goto  i supply and began to use them. Thc  irst  indication' that they   were  help  np me was when the pain gr.ew less  -.i vcre.    In a  few    weeks    more'   the  swelling in  niy legs and   hips  began  lli  leave,   then   my   joints   seemed   to  ^ looat-n up, and  then it mis, not long  [until my crutches were thrown aside  iimd  I  could  straighten   up.   Then  1  j begun  to  go  outdoors  unci  soon  was  [able  to  resume mj    .vork  ns well  as  [ever.   Since  that time   t   have  never  [heen tioublecl . with    rheumatism   oi  jlame back.   I-can tell you my neigh-  [boiH were all astonished nt my cute.:  : they all thought 1 would always be a  iciipple."    -    ,   .       .  Di     Williams'    Pink     Pills     cure  ihpiimatism  by going straight, to thc  root orthe trouble in the blood. Tliey  make new rich blood that sweeps out  the poisonous acid and    soothes    the  jangled nerves. That is how they cure  all troubles rooted in the blood, sucl  [in   anaemia,    indigestion,    neuralgia  ?t  Vitus dance, gcneial weakness unci  the special  ailments  that  only    gnls"  and women folk know.      Sold  by al'  medicine   dealers    or   by .mail nt 5C  ��nls a box  or six  boxes   for     $2 5'  from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co  Hrockville, Out.  It is proposed at Senfoith to revive  ihe town's salt, industry.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Colds,   etc  Corncobs ns Fuel.  Wood has gone up in pi".'*"* 1�� ^ '���  c<>id at Ran Antonio, Texas Thu  bus hi ought on tlie .suggestion thu  Uie people buy corneous foi fuel, sine  ihi-sc me quoted on the inarkef at .f.  ������i i-'-iul. it is contended that com  ���iilK make god fuel. The wood deal  ��'i- lilnnie the railroads foi the scare  '!���> "f wood. One duiilur n.ud thnt fo  fuity-five days lie had been appealiiif  l<��  the   Railroad   Commission   and, ti  man's ".rowdy , com'panlons ,. wanted to  stop-, in1* and 'help ou.l /.heir comrade,  bjit the boys in camp compelled them  to deslst.'aivd he flnl'fJicd up the ,three  of-them in succession;'JTr. Aylmer to,-'  day Hve,s in Goidc-n, and Is .one of ^hs  town's highly esteemed and respected  citizens.* numbering his friends by the  score., y.     ���       " " ���-  '^Croquet stands ns-'hlgh In favor to-  day as-'it did yvheu r Leech immortal-  l/.ed the gnine'ln the Punches of the  sixties and seventies of the last century. Ctorpiet'ls played in London and  the c-ouuli-y, at It-.inclagh aud at Ilur-  limrliani. 'Several men aud women In  smart s-M-ioiy havo become experts,  anil inncli l:hrh hettlng takes place  vVJicu u in:.tc;b ls in progress -Loudon  M. A.  1*. ��� ,i  1  Mas cured   of. n   severe   cold   by  MJN'ARD'S  I.rNMMENT.  Oxford. K.S. P. P..HE>VSON.  I was cured of a terrible sprain b.  MINAKD'S   LlXIMli.NT.  fri-:d coulson,  Yai mouth,   X. \S. '     <   Y.A.A C.  I wns cined of iilack Erysipelas by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT. "  Inglesville. J. W. RUGOLES.  '       nusi.iiiK iii��"��"M' ���-  r He (seiitimentally) - The eyes   you  know, are the windows of the soul.  She (llippantly)-I suppose that accounts for their frequent glassy stare.-  Baltimoro American.  ?M  inn'he ,could iiot, sell'more than a dollar's worth.T-r-N. Y. Tribune  Hovr TnUlc OHt<-�� Are lTepared.  Our consul at Seville reports that to  prepare olives ui the most palatable  manner tliey must De gathered unripe  after tlie tlrst autumn showers. Prop-  orlv nssortt-d according to size and  mialitv, thev are first washed iu fresh  u-ater'to remove particles of earth and  leaves which usually cling to the fruit.  1 .iter thev are allowed to soak in a  solution or soda and potash, concentrated to between two degrees and six degrees of the 1 la lime aerometer. If the  solution he very conee.itralcd eight to  ton Hour* of soaking sutlioe; if diluted.  I He operation may continue for three  ���or four days. After the solution has  penetrated, very -nearly- to the stone of  the   fruit,  fresh  water   is  substituted  lo.the.  Railroad, Commission   and  ty, .r<jnewed eYu-v two hours until, it  lhe. railroad for cars, and without sue ^J���^,"rteun-n^lgri that the fruit has  <���<**.   A  .dealer .was 'appealed   to   foy  remains iw?. "* - the solu-  ��  oord  of  wood,V'iin<l   he   doclinocl=try  lost the caustlc;.fla �����>   v nic.a  sell  that  much .t.6 one cusiomer. sny-    tldn-/l��.id imparted ^/^^h���y���  "      ��� -��� '    ���   ������-��� " ������"'-   -is pickled according to-pi ocesfecs a aiy  ing in conformity to .the custom of each  locality. "So.pie use brine, others,admix  "I'm surprised at you," Raid Jigley,  "irjing to biji-tniv a dull.n from tint  fi'lhiw II,iidu])pe. You're surely not m  sin h aw fill need 'if inuiicj'.''  ".Nrj." replied Siniide, "but I li'lt sine  Uardnppe was. Anticipated li'.m, thru"*  nil."��� Caiholic Standard and Times.  AfrritU   n>   (-..iiar  llfielc.  "ITjw f.in Skiuni-m alTord to stay s<  long in Europe'?"  "It's a good deal clieaper than 11  would  be to come back here and pay  tils debts" ��� lietl'i.ir   Pin. Pmu ,  ti  In Nutuie's Stoiebouce There aie  Cuier,.'.���Medical experiments, have  -.hown conclusively that theie aie  medicinal virtues in even' oidinary  planus growing up around us which  ^ive them a value that cannot be estimated. It is held by borne that nat-  ui'e'piovideb a cure for every disease  vvhicii neglect and ignorance have vi/5-  lti-d upon man. Howevei, thib in.iy  hi; it i= v.ell known that Pannelee'-s  Vegetable Pills, d-fctilis'l fiom roots  and hei Lis, aie a bovcreigu lemedy m  ruling, all  disordeiS  of lhe digestion.  Training for Sunday School  Workers.  The Committee in' cliaige of the  Fifth Intel national Sunday fcschool  District .propose.*, iiokling the Triennial Conference in Minneapolis sometime between ,the 15th Januaiy. and  the end oi Kebiunry next. 'The district includes the Stales, of Wisconsin,  MiniKViita, .South, and North,Dnko1a,  and the Province of Manitoba. Canada. This Confeience ,will last foi  tluee'davs. All meriibers' of State,  Piovincial," County, Township and all  auxiliary associations aie member.*} of  the confeience and;art invited to attend. c,    i ' .  Following the Co"nfereiice,,t,hete will  be held a tluee days' School of Methods for all pastors and workei-J, in  every depuitinent of Sunday ��� School  work. This will be a week of inspiration and education ' never before  ecutalled in tbe north-west; Those in  charge of this work are���S. JB. Haicling, Waukesha. Wis.; A. ,M. Locker,  Windoin, Minn.; Rev. F. P. Leach,  Sioux Falls, S. D.: Rev. J. Oiicliard,  Fargo. N: D\ ; and W. H Irwin, .chairman, Winnipeg,..Man. 'Partic'ulais in  regard ,to exact 'dates, the place of  meeting . in Minneapolis, enleiIain-  men t, Rpeakpis,'etc, will be announced later. For full .information, address the chairman^ or any member  of the committee.'    ''  BABY'S HEALTH.  Every mother who uses Babv's Own  Tablets- for lier little 'ones has a .solemn guarantee that this medicine does  not contain 'any of the poisonous opiates found rin so-called Vspotliing"  medicines and liquid pieparations.  These Tablets always do0 good���thev  cannot possiblv do htirm.. They euie  indigestion, colic, constipation,"*.dini-  i-hoea R/id simple fevers, brenk ii]>  colds,' prevent croup, expel woi nis and  make teething r easy. Baby's .Own  Tablets have , done * more Jyto biing  health, happiness and contentment to  little ones than any otl.ei medicine  ���cnown. Yoii can'' get Baby's Own  Tablets from any, dealer in medicine,  or by mail at 25" cents a, box by .wiit-  ing the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..  Brockville, Ont.       ,        i ���      ,     '  It'is estimated that the water-wot lis  revenue at Hamilton will, amount, to  .*.2251000 next year.- an .incieasc -of  ?15,000.'   ,-"*,'       "     , ". '    ,     .  ������    c     -J���. ��� ���      - ,  The Demon, Dyspepsia.'--In olden  times it was a popular belief that, demons' moved invisibly through the  ambient air,, seeking lo enter ' into,  men and .trouble-them. At the present dav the demon, dyspepsia, is at  large in the same' r.vay, seekinc habitation in those who by careless or unwise living invite him. And once he  enters n man it is difficult' to dislodge him. He thai finds himself so  possessed, should know that a valiant  fnend to'do battle ior him .with tin-  unseen foe is Paimelee's Vegetable  Pills, which are ever leacly for the  tiiol. ��� A        z  The Gnmewell company's fire alarm  system has been decided upon bv Edmonton 'and will be immediately installed.  When a Horse (Jets Hurt  use:,  Fellows'  Essence  But don't -wait until an animal is  injured. GET IT NOW���-and you  have the remedy t1 it CURES all  lameness in horses. .  '    If, your dealer does   not  nandle  it,'send 50c. to ' '  National Drug & Chemical Co., Limited.  ' MOMTRFAl. 13  r Practically all makers of good  clothes in.Canada use HeWSOn.  TweedS.,** Look   for   the   tag  that guarantees' PURE WOOU  J si   Your  Hair Sick?  That's too bad i Wc' had noticed it was ' looking* pretty,  thin ���and, faded of 'late, but'  'naturally did not like to speak  of it. By the way,' Ayer's  Hair Vigor is a regular hair  grower, a perfect hair restorer.' It-keeps the scalp  'clean and healthy.  " I am welt acquainted with Aysr-a Hr.tr,  VlKor mi<1 1 like It *-��rr n-uch. 1 irould e��oe.  cialW recommend It a�� an excellent dreiilnr  for tie liair, ICeeplna It vjft and imootb, and  preventing the hidr from apllttlar at the  enls."-Ui>.M( Kritz, Veeattm, Mich.'  EKuaaBVcmemasaaaBMaBEMran^��aai  Had* by J. O. Ayer Go . Lowsll, Kaaa.  iAIjo majiiiraotarera ef  y>.   SASaAPAJUUX1  ' PILLS.       '<  carxsy ncnajn.  .nets  According to a 'Bcilin .coiTespoiid-  ent of the Daily eMuil Denmaik ancl  Gerrpany have entered^ into a treaty  to close' the Baltic to fleets 'hostile  to  Oeimany  in   time  of  win. '1  The efficacy of -Bickle's Anti-Con-  oumptive Syi'up'in curing coughs and  colds and nnceting iniiamniatioiv oi  thedungs. can be established byhun-  dieds cif testimonials fiom all sorts  and conditions'of men. lt is a ..standard remedy in these ailments and all  affections of the throat and lungs. It  is highly recommended by medicine  vcndois," because they 'know and appreciate its value as a curative. Tiy  it    ,.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria.  The Strathcona council have nlacc-d  an order with a Vancouver fiim for  a portable cottaee required ,os a muses'  home  for  the  hospital.     ,  ������    $100 REWARD $100.  The readers of thla pnpor will be pleaned to leans  that then, li at luait one dreaded dtrea^e that Mcieiice  hail been able to cure in all Iti ���tfl^en, and that If  Tatarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only positlm  cure bow known to the med'Oal fraternit>. , Catarrh  l^intf a coiirftltimonal a..��..f, requires a count.tu  rional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure in taLen In.  lernaily. acting dt-ectlr on tht. blood and muioiil  -urfapes'of the sjwteni. thereb. do*troMnK the found  atlou of the d..ea4e. and |r>^tni! the pat'enCKtrcliRtb  bv buitdlnir up th�� constitution and aH.lstmir naturt  In tloilitf its work. The proprlmors haie no n-uon  faith In Its curative ih^wtoi-* that the^ offer Ono Hun  dreil Dollars for anr care that it fail�� to cure. Send  for l.st of testimon.aU . ,  Address: F. J. CHENEY 4 Oo.. Toledo. O.  Sold bjr drunelsU 15c.  Take Hall's Family  Pills for coustlpatlon.  ' From   Sour   to  Sweet.  A plant in tropical Africa has a fruit  which can change, the flavor of the  most acid substance into a delicious  sweetness. It is seldom found near the  coa<*t. Tbe fruit resembles a small  plum with the seed invested In a thin  soft pulp, wherein lies the peculiar  sweetening property.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes b*.  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  The fishermen of Marblethorpe, m  Liiieolnshiie, aie .gieatly peiturbed  b> the prospect of not being fallowed,  to ut-e whelks as bait, which have  bitlieito been  customary.  NO DIFFERENCE  'Dr. Leonhardi's Hem-Boid eure;-  anv form of Pile--. Internal, External,  Bleeding. Blind, Itching, Suppurating,  etc., aie simply names of the stages  through which eveiy ca=-e will pass if  it continues.  Piles are caused by congestion of  blood in the lower bowel, and it takes  mi internal reined., to remove the  cause. , .    .     .  Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Poul is a tablet taken 'internally, and no case oi  Piles has ever been found'il failed to  Cure.    Monev back if  it does  fail.  51 00 at aiiv dealers, oi The Wilson-  Fvle Co, Limited. Niagara Falls, Oin.  It    Too   Hiity   Then.  "ITow fur did de mule kick you?"  "Don't p.v me.   Think 1 had time,ter  measure  de  distance?"���Atlanta  Coo  bUrntiou.  There   is   talk   of   an   electric  fiom   Seafoith   to   Brussels.  load  Kntrluutl   Hum   Luritreat   IZgKs.  "Kgir cups aie bicrger in New York  thau any where else iu the world except  Knglaiiil."   said   a   globe   trotter.     "I  can't  sav  the same   for the  eggs, al-, sunn-     "�����=   ���    -  thoimh   the   hens   iu  this  country  per- ' could, but g-uess I 11 have to sell.  j HOMESEEKERS IN CALGARY.  All Sorts and Conditions of Men Ma��  i  1 Tracks In Quest of Their  i  i Foi tune.  ,      Now i.s the adv��-nt of tic 5ii.meti-.-lt-  er in this -\Wstc rn pr .vinccs. Mxe woods  , ���rather the prairies���ar<- JtmI of then  ancl the streets of a certain large town  1 ln Alberta, CaJsary. write* a Toronto  1 Teleir-.-am coiresr-nndPnt, are dally pa-  I trolled   by   st>ua<is    of   younj   fellows,  most noticeably English, out to se.-k  j their fortunes in the alluring West.  ' But the crowds of visitors are not con-  ' fined to one nationality, and they are  ' of  all   ranks���millionaires,   who   might  buy a little piece of land, say 10,000  ' acres en passant, a�� i speculation���  I (evel-headf-d boy�� from good old Ont.  j "Just out to Kirilt anund and perhnps  I to locate." If H lool-c-.il good to them���  { lucky fellows on a ti ip around the world  ! ���m?n looking f r farm-, and poor  ; devil-   iAobing   for   anWii'ng   they   can \  '  got 111!  Then, is a shar,.-faced Yankee >rom fJty  the American midil'.e \wM.' a "make <r  bu=-t" land-seeker from "loway." on  the loolout for cheap wheat land--'.  Sayi he sold his farm "dowp. home in  ("Yd's country' foi' %~>1 an acre.  Born and'bred in the West, the Canadian prairie is to him only a repetition  of his own land, with the improvements  of  a   better   Government     and   decent  laws. ' i   '  , An. Innate   Gambler.  He is a gambler from the word %o.  this man from 'Noway," ready to take a,  chance on a possible frost or drought,  trusting to luck and his own common-  sense to pull hlrn through, which it Invariably seems to do.  'tWe come'from Bruce and we mint  be respected." "Sou gather this from  'the conversation of a group of *-onie  half a dozen big fellows sUuidlng at the  street" corner.' These snrewd. hrmJ-  ���headed 'sons of the Ontario peninsula,  whose muscles were toughened���In boyhood's day?, pumps out' rocks and  ���.tumps on the old'farm, can now direct  their energy to the clean soil of the  prairie \<ith' marvellous results. They,  the Ontario farmers, are building up tne  West.        ' '  "Thoug-ht you'd hit the trail , west  again," said .a voice. ,   ���<  I turned and cpnfionted an old cattleman   fromY^ittle   Bow.  "Lots,"of  new  settlers    coming    m,  eh?" , '      ���  "They're sure crnln' in bunches.  Them American tellers thtnk they  know it .all. "Why; down south,- places  gTass  wouldn't grow,  them dry  year.s.  I'll be   if .them .'low ay' and Kansas  farmers haven't growed first-class'.fall  wheat; ploughin', her up right on gravel  beds, slappin' in the seed, and gettln1  forty and fifty bushels' to the acre.  We've had rainy'summers for a whiie.  but Just wait till she gets back to 'them  dry seasons'"and they'll ketch it. Ser.-e  em' right for cuttin' up the range and  spoilin- ranching 'Xo, sir, cattle is g?od-  enoug-h for me���ain't got down to moss-  back yet. ,  Irrigation Wanted. -.  ' 'If they had water on the land���irrigation?" Good scheme of the C. P. K  to-get rid of'some of their old deserly  tracts betw-,ecn"here.and the 'Hat,' you  be.. Gue��)S" they ''can raise bananas  with  Irrigation."      ,.  Here .he gave a wink and pointed to  a group of new arrivals, a lot of well-  dressed-young Englishmen in riding  breeches and boots. r       ,     "   , -���  "More of them slack-seated pants and  leggins,and. checkerboard oats.' This  used to be a ranchin' country, but she's  sure gat'tin' to. be a regular museum  ,with some of'the specimens comin' in.  Coin' ���rawncriiir. are they?' Gallopin'  ��� over the plains on a broncho and all  that sort" of thing. Like'to, see them*  huntin* slock out on the bald-headed  prairie.-wind blowin' and 20 below, In  'that oulflt. The < sooner they drop  rawnchin" fon ranching and put on  overalls in place of them glad rags and  catch "on to the fact that there's more  forkin' manure than ,horse-back ridin'  to the cow business these days, -he  quicker they'll get on.  "Pupils to learn ranchin'? That game  ain't played out yet. Xo. sir!. See that  young  feller'across  the  street? ,  " Premium Pupils Pay.  ",Xo. he aiii"t no hobo. He's one ot  them pupils���pays $300 a year to BUI  Lee out on ,Mud Creek for the privilege  'of doin' tho chores���spends all his spare  time lvin' round town lickin' up booze.  Fat thing for Bill, but It only lasts a  year fov the pupil's calculated to have  learned it all by then. Bill says lie's  glad' he's to git when his year's up.  Wouldn't have him round the place no  longer. Whv, last summer him and another feller just bust Bill's mowin"  machine and rake all to pieces, racin'  In   from   the  hay   field  with   teams   of  bronks. ��� ...��  "Had  one of  them  kind  workin   tor  me   once.    "Mot   him   ln   town   when   1  was lookin'  for a man.   Said he knew  lt  all���could   ride   anything���forgot   to  sav he couldn't ride a horse.   The  old  woman  ltetched   him  one day  standin'  in a tub when he was choppin' wood;  said he didn't want to cut his feet with  the axe.   That tub leaked afterwards.  Forgot  the  Steers.  " Vwful    forgetful   young   fellow    he  was.    One. day 1 sent htm across to a  .neighbor    to    fret    some    two-year-old  steers out of his  pasture.   Xow would  you  bulieve   lt,   but   he'd   clean   forgot  what I told him, and when he stopped  his cayuse at my neighbor's after rid-  In'  through 'his garden patch and four  flower beds, he said he didn't know  If  it   was   eleven   two-year-olds,   or    two  eleven-year-olds that he wanted.  !     "Price  of beef?,   Away down out  of  j sight.     Like   to   hold   my   steers   If   I  " -���      Be-  OEYU.ON   ORCEN   TEiEk.  Is Being Exploited by Us on Account of Its  Vast Superiority Over Japans.  (.EAD   PACKETS ONLY. AT ALL GROCERS.  40c. 50c and 60c Per Pound.   ,  r  \V   Blaii Bruce, :u,,-i. of Hamilton.  5   dead   at   Stockholm,   fei\ed.-ii  -ehnlulf  been dia-  council  ol pi u .���-  ��� ri up  b\  for  l ity   labor  the Kdnir.niiui  Puiicel'.upeit.tlie iie-.\ Grand Tiuiik  P.n ific u-iminil, i- no place foi a  '���.oil-ingmnii a- >vt. -.iv otfici.ilfi, am1  Ult-J    ll.lVe    br-t'll   VWi'Ilid    .IL'fllll-t   t-'OIIlS.'  the i" ' '������  That OuttinK Acid that nriM-. from the  iUjmnO). and almost -.narmies i-' cuu.-ed  oy fermentation of food in the otoniacli  It ir a fiiic-ta-tf of indicentiou anil dv*n-  pepdia. Take oik- of Di. Von Ktan'o I'uic-  apple Table-id immediately after eating,  nnd it   will  prevent  thu>  di-ties-i arid'aid  Tl'i-ic i- Onlv (Jne'Rcl.-ctui ��Hl,-  Vthcii an .-uticle. be it, medicine* oi  anything el-e,  beconn-n jiopular, nin-  j'l.iUoiis invariably .spfing up'to deiive  I advantage-- fiom''.tbe oiijrimil, v liicli  the)   them-elve-  Could  nevei   win on  I their own   ineiit.-j.    Imitations  of  Ui.  i Thomas' Kel.-'ctiio Oil havt.*,bpen n\ini-  ,,        ,.       n    -,-    i. ,   ..,.,'..���,;,.'erous,  but  never  .-.luce^ful.      Those  lhe Canadian Pacihe Ky. aie    ga ii; , m>l      , off  running    ihei.   nnimal   evcii s i.n.  to ,   _.���,,.nl-1fl>   ,)llt   ,,,.������������,  ���������  ha-tern Caiunla iinm iMKnitotja, sa^K ��� ,   ,  uti-huwaii and Albeit*, tin- tickets be- j'"111 t,1H1-   _ , __   _ _  nig on -ale November'-'-lib to JJcoem-;     '  bi"   .".1st  and   gonil   to   it-mi ti   vOtbin:    ^alh-i   Hold.  ,tn   <-:\n-t t ndvisi-i   cf  disi-dtion,   60  boj,,   35   cents ���16,  tilled   inontll.-  -,Tbe siijieiioiitj ',i/i Moibi'i fJiiui's'  tt'uiiii lC^t.Miiiinii'oi i- *<h(i\vli 'by il-  good eifeels on lhe * i-)iildi��-n I'm-  cba-.t' a ^jiittli: and give  it  n  tnuL  The .Dandelion..  A good time to 'exterminate the dau  delion is lu tlie autumn It cannot 14"  done by diss'iug up the piar.t, fw it ii ,  Impossible,',to extract all ol" the root,  and later on twice as many plants will  spring up- -'flier test way is to pour  gasoline all around and'into the center of the plant, and in a, few 'days'It  will fclirtTel up ad'J die. ^  Ihe   Ac-iii   ('itib   or   Ulu   United   Kiiie-  ' diiui,  make-   ihe ..'-tafcnieiit  in  an  <id-  ilre  i I -Iii|  that  i London  houi,-.  ;.      liltll       till-      bltl���I      pll-.lll'ti'JIl    .111-  r   fium    tin;   an    navel   lever  ,ia  thev   will   be   abiu itu   tune]   I'l'mii  view    "link   ill    twclitv-fiiin  In  Look lue   Hjiflvss nril.  Do you evc-r look back over jour eari  md think Low .many times you have  Tiade a, fool of 'yourself? We do.���  Mancos Tiiiips-Triliuuu.     ,  HIS WiFE!S LUNGS  BOTH AFFECTED.  But the Great Consumptive Preventative brought Health and Happiness to his Home  " Our doctor, said there was no cure for  my wife a* both her lungs were affected,"  taysMr.-Ll'" H. Walter,  of Pearl ..Street,  (  Brockville, Ont.     "It,was   a  s^d   disaip- i  pointrnent to usbotb, just starting- out in j  life,.'only married a-ihort time.    But beforo j  lhe had finished tUe first bottle of Psychina -  the pain in her'lung's quickly went away,  and after taking- six bottles Mrs. Walter'  was  ��*- new   creature' and   perfectly, well  ��g-ain.T - *     '   .   '     . .    ���  , Tghat is just one of the many families  "into which Psychine has * brought" hope,  health and happi.ness.' It is a living prool  that Psychine" cures Consumption. , But  don't wait for Consumption. Cure, your  LaGrippe, .your Cough, your Bronchitis,  four Catarrh, or your Pneumonia with the  remedy that never fails  Does it strike you as " almost  too good to be true"? It is -  only one instance of the price-  attractiveness of Diamond Hall's  stock ��� backed by its' half -  century reputation, for quality.  This Brooch (Catalogue No.  3168 3) consists''of a \% inch ���  crescent  of   solid   14k. "gold,  supporting ac lily-of-valley spray ���  set with'1" 16 pearls.      i    .  It is sent post free in dainty  satin lined case.  L '  11V send upon request J ree of charge  our large illustrated calalague.  Ze     1  ll  ,.,y  1.'   - o    '"  (Prenounced Si-ke=n)  50c. Per Bottle  Larc*r alzon   SI and *2���all  drugg-ista.  DR.  T.  A.   SLOCUM, Limited, Toronto.  _ura  A .lieht burn ol l��rge ��rea is often  wor����, th��a & deep small one The ttrst  thmg to io is to exclude the '���".Caw  the burn with cotton batten and saturate that with the always ready reue.,  T��irtJ^0N*S ANOcrfNt  ClOHr'5ULiNiMENT  Remore tho cotton m a few minutes  and smear with v��^Ime,and dustwita  talcum powder or flour. Occasionally  lay oTer this acloth wet with Liniment.  J5 c��nt��. three limes as much 50 cents  I. B. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, Mass.  \  The Man Who Thinks  Be Must Pay Big Prices  in   order   to    get   satisfactory.  Underwear, has never enjoyed  the ease and comfort of  Stanfield's  "Unshrinkable"  Underwear  ^BQDlpyS  rennet and thyme, while not ii-.treaueut-  Iv also suit and vinegar: are employed,  l'n this wuv whole olives are pickled.  Wbcnovor. it  is  ilosiml.  on  the  other  hiuHl, that the fruit should Imbibe a  stronger savor of the pickle into which  it is steeped incisions penetrating te  the stone are made.-Unilcd Slates  Consular Keports. I  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows.  I Sunken Treasure Search.  Salving operations for thc recovery  of the $5,000,000 treasure on the sunken  East Indiaman Grosvenor, wrecked off  Pondoland, Cape Colony, In 17S2, will,  shortly be^in. The Cape Governmeni  will receive 25 per. cent, on anything  recovered. .������.'���:  form their duty of helping to feed the  human   race   pretty   creditably.    Still, i  tliey  cannot  conic-  up   to the   English  liens.    Their contribution   to   the   food  products   are   oMi.ionlinar.v    in   size; |  bonce the corresponding capaciousness  of   the  eg;,'  cups     The ' further south'  you  go  on   the  continent  thc   smaller '  the   egg. .cups, grow.     in -Egypt   tliey j  dwindle away to the. size of the aver-.(���  age   tliinible.    Their   diminutive   pro- .  portions   are   commensurate   witli   tlie |  size  of 'the  eggs,   however; which   arc j  the   smallest   ia.ld   by   self,  respectim." >.  bens, any place on earth..   Place', an oi  dinary ICgyi'itian egs in the British '<-u  ���ind  it is  alisolutoly   lost."���Now   Voi  Press.- .  The ancient poets used  Tre.r*   1"   Sicily.  ��.,1 to sing of thi  dense   forests   of   Sicily.     Today   l��e  Tbe I'liiestlon  of  Attempts  mountiiiiis are bare.  reforesting is a ilillleult'one  at strirllng now growth are frustrated  by the peasants, who tear down tenets  nnd drive in their goats.    Only under  military protection  could  new   forest  treon be jirown.  s  of Red  Spmice  Ctires Cotig'Hs  GRAY'S SYIRUP does that one tbirig,  and does it, well. It's no "cure-all," but,  a CURB for all throat nnd lung troubles.  GRAY'S SYRUP OF RED SPRUCE  GUM stops the irritating tickle ��� takes  away the 6oreness���sooths and heals the  throat-���and CURES COUGHS to stay  cured.  None the less effective because it is  pleasant to take.  Y 25 eta. bottle.  tween the beef-buyers clnchin a fellow up on the price and the mossbacks  crow dm* in and l.iicui' up the country, the poor old lancher Is up against  "Yes, this last rain has insured a  crop, but thlnps sure looked bad before  we srot It. The country was as dry as  a bone, with the dust lyin' thick on  ihe traiU. Git plum. choked up with  dust every time I hit this town. Thanks,  don't mind.if I do."  Sunlight Causes a Fire.  The sun acting: upon a powerful reading- glass in the shop window of Norman Woodcock, chemist, of High -road.  Woodgreen, set fir* to four packets of  towels. The .owner being, out at the  time a policeman climbed through ��� a  back window and extinguished the: Are  before  It  had   time to  spread.  ,     Expectiilion   of .I.lfe.-  According to the. English table of expectation of "life, out of 1,000,000 children born the survivors at the age of  sixty would be lS2,i)30 males and 1ST,-  477 females, of wnom ten years later  there would be 11 ���1.370. males aud 123,-  607 females, or a total of 'Ji!7,077.  Dny niul   MkIic.  By a simple rule the length of the  day and night at any time ol the year  may be ascertained. By doubling tbe  time of the unn's risiug the length of  the night Is obtained,,auil'by doubling  the time of. the setting the length of  th�� day is xlveu.        ,  It is made by Canadians���  for Canadians���in sizes to fit all  figures���and weights to suit all  Canadian climates.  And it does not coil much,  either.  Ju�� uli your dealer to ihow you  STANFIELD'S- tbe   Underwear  that won't shrink.    Every  garment guaranteed.  V.  ���  the Footwear Question  Answered ~  Wear  - yr:  Western  Winter  Weatheff  The Woman Who Knows  Stocking Valnes  is the woman who most appreciates  "Dominion Brand" Stockings.  The silky yarns���their typical  British strength���the warmth and  comfort of every pair make them a  delight to every woman.  ii  Dominion Brand"  ���i STOCKINGS  DOMINION  HOST  MlliS  ABurrirt iCa  are guaranteed. This  label is your protec-  tion against, ill-  fitting, cheaply made  hosery.  W    N     U    No.    613  l^-l - ((i.f.-^ ffifr'yijffi'i.fo*1:'  caww^w-,*!"-*!"^, :'*T\,^��.l^H?i?*r.:. C?^"1*";^* 'i~^",t "1"^ iii ',  "AW  ���$r��  ���*r.i��i  wfi  pa  ��  I ft *��  IM'43  Irt*J  I J**.    '  l?'M  I ���a.  ft��  ' I i  j 5  II  i -  ns  ��  L-^f,  S*v  HMiji  :?i ?*  IY  t  WM  OTl'  i   1** list   l *i &"f 1  A v-i    v  -_-\Ti  T   >Y  y  Y?  N  i  Ji ,i  3i  r  * a   -,  ," *'rF  *- ��i*i  t  **f ,  e a A.  K  <     51 ' '���'I F  ��<-"*!iv *   %  >**���       ..I '  ^/    ��� 'f��  Yt'Yj  YliS.  yy  V  '     il   *  l ,-' -  .' �� J �� ,'i'jfv  11. MOIIE LEADER.  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA'.  r*^  ' la   J'raisv  Couch  r. o. o,f.  Wliaey Lodjre No, 44.  F. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  of    Chamberlain-*  l-.ejrie.Jy,  There is no other medicine manufac-  -    ... , fured that has leceived ao much praise I  Psiblis-hcd in the interest of the people  and so' many expression's or ' gratitude   Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  of Moyie and East Kootenay. 'as Chamberlain's  Cough  remedy.    It   hall  on   Victoria  street.    Soinnrnin..  ia effective, and prompt relief follows | Odd Fellows conlially.invited  its use. Grateful parents 'everywhere  do not hesitate to testify to its' merits  for tbe benefit of others. It is a certain cure for croup 'and will prevent  I the attack if given at the first appear-  i-vuEE. ,    ance 0t  tj13 disease, ' If is  especially   . | adapted to children as it is pleasant to  take and containg nothing   injurious  [Si.  K.'T. Howard, .        F. J. Smvtji,  Noble Grand. ' Secr'y.  SATUEDA.y, r-JEC. ��, I80G."  Movie :s h.-.ving many marriages.   ,   ���.��. ,  What San Francisco 'teems to  need  mo;;t of all is a grafters', exclusion act.  i ,  .foe ���Martin to re-en tor politics 'in  B. C! Where did we hear that name  before?      ' ,        ��  ' BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION-. , i - .  Oae Yea.-! ; ...?2:k.   jVIr- E- A-' Humphreys, a   well  known   ";1   resided and clerk in tbe store  of   Mr.'  E. Lock, of Alice, Cape Colony, South  .Africa, says: -'I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to ward off croup  and colds in my family. I found it to  be very satisfactory and it gives me  pleasure to recommend it." For. sale  by the Moyie Drug AfSta'.iotiery Co.  (' 'NOTICE.  ,  I* TUE MA ITER of the Companies  ,       .      Act ISA aud tbo'aineuiling Acts, aud  in  the matter-ot The Blaek-XfacKay  Minim. Company,   Limited   nou-por- I  '    , sonal liablllty.i  NOTICE Is hereby given that throo months  alter the 5th. il'iyof D joem'-ai* 1905, Tl.a JJlacfc-  Maofcuy AKialu^ Company Limited,noiitpt'rsou-  ttl liability vv;il ap5>ly w tlio L'.eutouasl, Governor for. uu Orler Iu. Conuoii .changing*., its  naiuL* to the Oambi Ian itInlu'g coinpaby Limited non-personal Habilily. ,���.','    .   .  Dated tbe 3itli day of Novembor 191)8      '  ,    'r. A.CilBASE,  1 "  ��� Solicitor for Uie taid Coinpr.ny.  ,,    That haste makes' w iste is proved by  ��he Chicago wind that blew GO   miks  an hour. ' i    '  St. Eugene Lodge No. 37.  K. of P,  .���\r*r.t*.-~..~~.���mu. .��..  --, .uw.3 -& .oi jr -xuui auny  -jvon'ing    in,   McGregor  ball at'8  o'clock."  Visiting brothers invited.  G.. H. Fjndlay,       G. \V. Ouchard,  Chancellor Com.     ,       K. R, and S  Moyie .Miners'   Union  ,  No. 7!  W. F. of M,  *    *, i     '       ���-'  Meets ia McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  i i .t  J. L. G IB BOSS,  President.  Comfortable  Rooms   and  I A ,  Best of  ' i'i  Table Board.  J: ��. GOUPILL, Propr.  ' Ja^,   Eo.bejrts,  -    '    Secretary  .Some day'Moyie'will have a fire and  then the ci'Biojtis will regret  thev did  * i '<     ��� '  not look after their lire fighting appar  atus.  i  ' "The Delnionico heirs have put'the1  famous restaurant.of that name in the  hapda cf a receiver. -The growth of  the JNTew York hotels tells the story. ,  ,        , "        ,1   ; '    i        r i .    .   '  '   '   ^v"* ' , ,  ��� .'Miners.'Magazine: "   tbo    working  man who wa's furnished a   carriage on  i   election day to bring him to  tbe'polls.  y. y�� exercise, hia scvereign rights of''citizenship, is now' humbly' walking  lo  ' "!bis=woik.'  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  ' The "Ka'nsas . farmer - is 'in trouble  again.< Improved seed corn has resulted not only In a big crop 'but bus  produced c'ars'loo big for tlie* present  eupply'of shellcrs.. Prosperity has its  troubles���by Ileck!  S=7. O. ES-?  Meets, third Monday of each month  in McGregor" Hall.  DR.-.HARVIE,  ��� Worthy Pres.  MAJtKBT!  In   all   ttie   Principal  Cities and   Towns   in  British Columbia.  MOYIE, R G.    ,  P, BOONS & CO  WHOLES ALB Ally   HETAIL  MEAT     MERCHANTS,  . i  Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh  Fish, Game ana Poultry,   We  Supply only   the tbeat.     Your ���  trade solicited.  THE CANADIAN RaiS  OF COMMERCE^  Paid.up Capital, $10,000,000.    "Reserve Fund  i   .1 HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO  B. E. WALICER, General Manairer Ar c-v  . ....  BRANCHES THROUGHOUT  CAN An a  \i    \  THE UNITE!? STATES AND eSol^S '  BANK8NQ   BY   MAIL  Business may be���transacted by mail with a I  of the Bank., Accounts'may.be-opened and^^l  made or withdrawn by mail.   Every attend   depr  to out-of-town accounts.     '  '  ; -    n"oai8]  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  LL^��*|  J. H. HAWKE,  .   Worthy Secr'y.  Haryey <* ,&"   MlcCarter,  ...     -, ������-  -    ������'.>'   .   ,  Barristers; Solicitors/Notaries, Etc.  . ' *       I       ' ~     * ' i  Cranbrook, ;--   ��    B. 0.,  WINTER  W. F. QURD,    hi    ^  <      ���' {        '  ���BAKKISTEK, S,Ot,rCIXOK, WSC\  cranbrook:.. . '' -  b/g  The Cranbrook Herald says,thai'in  caso o'l an election ' It is twenty to oue  , ���   ,    , | -i ���  that J. A. Harvey gets the nomination i fautorj-.  ;n this district."    The Leader will here ;  add tlnit in caso' Ui'rvev,does got   the'*  YOUR, CORRESPONDENCE ''  is well ordered nud" surrounded   with  that degree  of  dijfnily   that's   necessary if yoiir sbitidneryi is bought here.'  CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY  is greater in   vaiiety ;than   what customers require [or tu-.��itie.-p. ' We bnvV  botn kinds and  whellu-r  for  busineusi o    '��� l'   t. ,- ���������. '   . �����-       ���   ���  or other u�� stationery   bough.^^   ^"'s'er.Sql.c.tor,-Notary Public, JEto  is up-to-date. '"' . ~" ���   '-  We don't (.n astray on.price, as  that  like   our   sUt.ioneiy   is   always   satis  nomination   it is ' twenty  will be elected.  to cr>"e   bo'  . ,'The British Columbia .Parliament'is  nt present made up'of -J2 members/22  of these are Conservatives, 17 are Liberals,' 5 are Socialists aucl < 1 Independent Labor. The combined votes of  Liberals, Socialists'fand Independent  Labor would amount to .but 20.' as  ngr.inaf22 Coasecrv.uives. ,  The JBoyie Dr��g -':  mi Stationery 160.  G/H. DUNBAR  .Cranbrook, B. C.  DR. .F. B. MILES,  "'      EAST   :  MOUIETO       ~-  -  MONTREAL, -TORONTO  and all points'west thereof in  '   ONTARIO and' QUEBEC  QUEBEC, ST. JO in�� H AM FAX 'and  " -     MARITIME PROVJNC1-JS  0       ' .Kates oh applit ation   -       '  �� . TICKETS ON SALE .DAILY .'  November 2^th to December 3I'st. ;  JiOUN'D    TRIP** FIRST'  CLASS.  THREE MONTHS LIMIT  OLD COUNTRY RATES  Cranbrook, B,, P.  The natural1 life of the present Provincial parliament'docs not end until  next November, and there is no earthly reason for an election , to be held  eoonor. Thc business of tbe country  is running along fir.oothly and there  i<>no necessity for disluibing these  conditions by a premature election.  St. ^Joseph's   Convent.  *      "i *  ' '   ;,   1ZFLSOX, H.'C.".  xSoarding andLDay Sohool  conduct-  "t *    ��� 1  ed by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characterize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures'the  public of the thoroughness' of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted durioc term.  George H. Thompson,  * , tiiry Public, &c  �����������*- *(   . 1  CRANBROOK,      British Columbia.  $79-95;  ,.y     . '.RETURN  l  ��� Halifax oi; St.  John"  [i 0 'RETUilN O'CEAyyFAirs's*' * '  Siiiioon,Y-?9o'; 'Second,' $76:   Steeragrv  ,    .*Fo4an(l npl neenrdiner to   stpnmnr.  r> I.   ���^0r df tailed   information!  Sailings'  BARjusT.it, SoLrcixoR,; No: 0ceaa ste^era; ^ Claeg; J-gJg  ist'Sleeper; apply  to   local agents,   or  write   ��� A'   ���' .  ��� J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  J. 3  CARTER, "    . '���    E. J. COYLE,  Dibt, Pass. Agt      _       Ass't acnl. I-asi.Aet  STOP AT THE ���  COSMOPOLITAN,  H:0"I?BIji  WHEN IN      J   '  ,' CRANBROOK  E. II. S.irAI.I., lUuiiiii;i*r.  Good rooms,, good  tables and  bar  and   first class aaraplo roonia.  -   i E.G. >'SWYMNE .������  Oigare^   '    Tobacco', Confction'er>  ,   ''   ' .      Fruits, Etc     ��� '     ./    ""'  '.,''',- - !���"'' .?  FARRELL BLOCK,  Prices Griveii  r f "\  i>     *r    Orders  Taken on  M   , EverytMng,y  '    '    x i  iri the Printing.  ,Line at the  nt  W, R. BE ATT Y '  r-��af'-  , Embalmer ancl Undertaker,  Cranbr oqk CbiQperafive Stores  ^LIMITED:', y    ,   ,  ��� ,,    . L . Y       AyyA/y  ,       ��  >Fun%ralYp^ectbrs and  JEmDalmerg.  "teSiaaafi��3E  This-Js-ihe^^astxii "for; '��� m  Nelson  Phone 89.  The Green woo-i L?dgc asks : "Why is  it, a careless sc-v^n  year 'old   kid   can  drop a half burned match iu   an  alley  and burn up nil Uie barns in   a  block,  ,   while an oble bodied man   has to   use j  up a whole box of   mitclles   to   get   aj  wood fire started in a healer   that   has!  draft enough to draw all the  furniture !  up thc oioyc oipe!  Strikes come expensive to both the  employer nn-1 thc employee, as well as  the common people. ' Thcao aie the  iijiircs givL-n on the recent strike at j  ���Ferine: Loaaof Coal Co. in profit,-,'  $100,0.10; codt of putting the mines in ,'  good cjudition. if.10,000: wages lost by '  the men, $300.1)00; lot* to thc govern^  mem in royalties, .^20000; total'  "? J 70,000. i  PREST PHOTO CO.  ,' - " ���  Cranbrook asd Mo"vie.  CRANBROOK,  Win." Jewell-  Vancouver.  BUY YOUR  FROM  A. Br Stewart & Co.  Agent   for   Crows'   Nest  Steam Laundry.  Express and General Delivery Busi-  ness. Livery and  Feed Stable.    *  Leaye prders at  ' ,    CjWynne's Store.  MOYIE, British   Coluni'.ia.  -THE���  Exoouliye Board Meets-  The executive board of thc Western  .Federation of Milieu conven��d in session at   Donvcr,   Monday,   December  3rd. , The board will map  out   a program .of continuing   thj   work   or.-the  ���yorgatiiziition.    TlieYapi.l   increase   in  ���inembership      during     tho    p 16t   six.  ..nonius indicates that  tho   next   con-  veiUiun will be by far,the  largest convention in tljie history of Ihu 6rt;uiiza-  lion.  nES.vur.Kiicii nitos,   tT��in.  Ur,*o sample room in connection  with bouse for commercial men. Beet  of accommodations.  Headquarters   for   Commercial and MinnigMen.  Kins of All Cuu��h- Sio'dlciiios.  Mr. E, G: Case, a, mail carrier of i  Canton Centre, Conn., who bs.s been!  in the U. S. .Service .or 'abotu   sixteen  ���yu.nu,  says:'   *<\V-0   havc    u'it,tl   m>iny  cbtigli iiiediciiies'"fc.r croup', but Cliani-  .berUin'd,Uougli li-nnedy ia king   of   alf  and oue to be n-liod upon  every    time  Wo itl.-n find it- ti,0'   |.)C=it,   renl,,(ly   )or  coughs and coI.Jm. Kivingcertititi results  uo bad eflucirt."   ;For  8ll(,  311-1   io.lVIIIL  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  /,ri5;or.o Ronillii" a skelcli aim doscrlpUon mny  y.-y,y iiscorinl:i our opinion free wtcther an  iivciitiim 8 pi-ohnt^r piitcntHblo. Coimnunlro:  tlori.niriclIyconUa"e:,l,lii]. Handbook on PatonS  Bsnt n ca. O!.l.o��t iiisency for soc-ui lnK t.nteiiSi.  .f-.it.Rnt3 tulcisi tlirouir i-SJuwn--* Co: receive  rptciai notice, vltliout cluiru-o. in the       rogclT*;  ��� ��� Scientific Hmerican*"  A handsomely Illustrate.-! wcenly. I.nreeat clr.  dilation of anysciciitlllc lounml. Terms Ma  rwr ' [our monibs,.!Si. B<T<1 byall no-VBdoiloriT  Columbian College  jS'EW WESTMINSTER, B.   C.  lleceives both   Ladies  and   Gentlemen us Resident or us   Day   Students.  Has a complete Commorcial or Business   Course.     Prepares   students   to  gun    Teacher,--     f-ertificutes     of   all  grades.   In aiTilliation ��dlh TORONTO  UNIVERSITY gives   the   four   years  course for the B.  A. degree,   and   the  first  year  of.,tbe  Toronto   School   ol  Science.    Husk :special   "Prospectors  Course", for minors who work in B. C.  .   I'jstriictiotis   given   in -.Art,  Music.  Physical culture and elocution.  '  For Calender etc.. address   "Columbia College."  Teiin  open Sept. 17ih;'190(5?  SEE  ft t  ^EARRELL & SMYTfl  ''     FOR  '     y      . ,."'-'.���  Pipe Iqsurance5  -1- .       ���-  Real Estate,  Collections.  Victoria Strict.  HOTEi.  '.P. F: JOEflSlOJU  ,g|| This Hotel is New and well Furnished  Tje ���  ^'��        Tables are Supplied with the Best the .  |        MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled, wit"  the Best Brands, of'Liq(uors and Cigars, ,  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL j  " 'AND MINING MEN .,������. .  �����ee��������. GeeGe&���G���e���&eee*assi�����ei������&3&3i��3>*$**9S������������t**  Moyie Beer  0. F. DEiAsULNIER  DEALER. IN  sy .u.  D:  ���"sutijiiery  Co.  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  rw��8ti��teruJ*^fflJ%*   Queens' Ave.      MOYIE  IIICITISl  As   made by tbo   present brewer   is   admittedly     '  Best Beer in East. Kootenay. With the Best Mj��l^��  the Purest Sprjn'g, Water it. is uncxcolled for quality.  Insist on liaviiig Aibyi.e Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  Y MOYItf.1-- c'  i *^7m  *���%  is  *������ I  '-'3  '��� -i  ;i

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