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 ��*h  ���"L.-*  /  -^7  --ft.^v  /j  0  V,  I  ft'   "  A S" <{  l&adi?  ro. 35..,  MOYIE, B. .0.. DECEMBER 13, 1902.  ^SL-^S^^Z-   j<g.  <1i''*'*.->-'��-"<S��^-*fVfl^i?^l-iji,  ! ;*"���-. �� .5 cm �����*?.  $2 A YEAB  V '"     **   , /'  rjl MOTTO���Small Profils.and Quick Return?.  [���e You  El'ady  Winter  5  s  A X-..  About  How  j. nose Jfctuboers  and Overshoes  If   you want them do'you  know   where*   to get   thcru?  Moyie's ��� Payroll  ncreasing. ���  condition than it ivas one year ago,  and it y/iil be' better one year" from  now than it is today. Lumbering  has taken the place of raining  for the limo.beingsad the people havo  .become ascusiomed to the new' order  cf things and are aa-tisfied.  Do you want anything in  DRYGOOBS,  MEN'S FURNISHINGS,  HOUSE FUNISHINGS,  or BOOTS AND' SHOES?  AI. WILL BR LARilH  You certainly want  fo<C2'dL G-roceriei  Come to 11. Campbell & Co.       ' '  Lumbering- HasiTakjmJ: the  Place of Mining and Bus:��  * fiiess Is "Up to] the J^  Standard. ��i    ;,  WHY?  ' It, is a 3afe estimate   that  there are  upwurdsof 300 men working"within a  radius of 10 mile, of Moyie at the pres- ance of the resolution passed is that it  em, time. This is as many as tho St. ia a definite pronouncement of the  Eugene    employed    durinsr   Mnvm'*  Minn Owaeri rake Action.'  A meeting of,tho British Columbia  Mining association va3 held Wednesday afternoon at Sandon, which was  attended not only by tlie Slocan silver  lead mine owners, but also representatives from both tho Nelson and. Port  Steele mining d'ivitiona. A resolution  'was passed asking lor specific increases  on lead and lead products.  It was also deculc-tl to send five delegates to Ottawa at ari . errly daft to  urge upon tbe government the necessity of the legislation asked for. Over  forty mine owners and managers were  present, and in tlio appointment of  delegates the following five were selected: George- Alexander, Byron  "White, S. S. Fowler, James Cronin and  Geo. W.Hughes.   The  chief im'port-  ii <i ���"* ���* \  Some of the best holiday goods are everyday goods; goods that  ���r^ , enable you to show both good will and excellent judgment. Come  ��fi in and let us suggest something, to give,' or make a selection 'your-  $)j   self, from tho hundred* of useful sifts displayed in our store.   Come  83. ^ early as youican���the earlier you come tlie  better' selection  you  i\j   \71il have. ��� ' -  g\j ' Pocket Books  #3' Leather Ifovelties  'to       All of these aro exceedingly  g^    popular and  always acceptable.  y>i " You'cannot make a  mistake in  selecting   from   amoiag    these  leather gift things. ''  |Uecause not only .is- their Merchand;33 of the  livery best, but tlfeir  prides  are by  far    the  I most reasonable.  If yod doubt it, come and  convince yourself.  kSv^S*  ^*>S-,*'',W,,��-.- 'V^t*.-^*  >��*"*,*����.**��*.-,=54-,;^,^i-  ti r'*m>t>*i*Ti7Tnrm  *Jib'V  ANK..'.0F C0H  fai-i tfp ^Capital   $8,000,000.  t BRANCH..,,,^- F, C. MALPAS, SflGR  during Jloyie'd  palmy days. Of course the town does  not derive Lho benefit^from'the men  that it did in thoso clays on account of  many of them being further from  town,and from the fact of" lho' wages  paid not being so high. But themer-'  chants 'Supply these various camps  and the hotel mou derive a good share  of business.'  The Moyio Lumber Co. aro running  four camps and arc employing 15 0  men at the present time! -They have  one camp at Swansea, on on the upper  Moyie river, one near Monroe lake and,  one on the Clark ��� ranch. Besides  these there is their crew at the mill.  The East Kootenay Lumber Co.  have between loO' and 175 men employed between their camp at Swansea,  tlie mill at Tochty and the mill -near  town; and before tho winter is well advanced they expect to have 200 men  employed ia the Swansea 'camp A alone.  So it ban readily'bevBeeh.that Moyie  is more fortunately  situated than  the  silver-lead mine owners on a question ^7"fr��m"^.75 to $6.00'each.  which at one time'threatened to interfere with the harmony eff the organization,  LOCAL MEWS.   '      ,  Parker's Pens,  Gentlemen's and Ladies'  A beautiful, constantly useful,  always acceptable  present.    Do  jSj    you know what a delightful com-  ^_.P_^yo_n_a fountain perils? Prices  Military Hair Brushes,  Elegant Handle Brushes  Jibony goods; great variety of  shapes and sizes; prices as "low  and as high as one would ' wish.  These are the ideal gifts, being  both ornamental and useful.  Have you seen  lEope's   Christmas  goodii?  - -v.-*,,- <3=. i^. ^irz^r-^re^s  ^jt^s-zjjtz^s- 7^s-2yr7^s,-v^s- ^ sf^zA^ T**7^  CAPITAL, (Authorized^).  CAPITAL, (Paid? Up).!.  REST '....."   ...$���1,000,000  ..$2/3GS,932  ..$2,438,595  people living on the outside have any  idea of. And it promises to be oven  better next spring and summer. lor  the mills will then be running in full  swing and tlie men employed will be  closer to the town.    Moyie is in better  to-  >**�����*  'OFFICE, TORONTO,^ONTA1UQ.���Branch  offices in   the '   J  th went Territories,  Provinces of0 British Columbia, Mr.ni-' "V  , Ontario and Quebec.                                     '                          , <��  EltRITT, Pres.    J). R WILKIE, Vice-Pree and   Geo. STan. <��  , Assistant Gen/Manager.   W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector. ��.  j?P3)^D00K  #RAITC H ���A ctnersl basking business transacted <��  |^(Mtp t)epftrtment���Deposits received'and interest allowed.            ,s -^  "pfc.|old, available in all  p^ris   of   Canada,   United   States  and ��  ^CJ&    Special attention given to collections. .j  ij^s'i.^i'z" ,,l'tAi.-^r_r\'.^5z^'^Jrfe.^Vj^''i^'^^^ ��l_tftc_-rfr sV*  ��51  jjt ��r��  ^  111 h n I  ill   liiiiiJ  Yon Canaet do Better  Than buy your Xmas ,presents  at Wilson'2. It you haven't been  dealing here give 113 a trial,, and  you'll wonder wh y you didn't think  of ua before.    You* won't grumble  at  our prices either.  WILSON, THE JEWELER.  TW0 Doors From foslofflce.  CRANBROOK.  I  The C. P. R. station and   warehouse  ie boing repainted.  ,    Ffiink   Crydermao   was   down " to  Fernie thi3 week.  Hope will mate you happy]' He will  show you his toys.  Assessor A. C. Nelson .of Fort  Steele  was in town yesterday,  *   Get your presents'a Hope's,   He, Has  a mammoth stock to select from.  ��� ' There will bca public, examination  at tlie school nexL l?'ric3ay afternoon.  ��� Philip Conrad and Ismily have-gone  to"   Missoula,   Mont.,' to   spend    the  winter.  Mrs. , Ed Kill has returned from  Lethbridge, where she Tvas visiting for  several weeks.  G. G. Moffatt,' accountant for Beale,  Hutchison & El well, was in Moyie  duiing the week.  Rev. J. C. lierdman,superintendent  of Presbyterian missions, was in town  yesterday.  Charles Farrell has eUked a mineral  claim near tho' head of Moylo lake. It  takes in tho railway" tunnel.  Miss Bessie Cockburu ha3 returned  from Frank and i3 again omployed at,  the Oentrdl hotel.  Tim Farrell is at tho Halcyon hot  springs on Arrow lake taking treatment for rheumatism. c  * Mrs. Wealey Cline, who 'was' severely scalded with boiling iv-iior afc ilor-  'e Cran-  Peffumes, Colognes,  Toiled Waters      ��� \  '  Perfumes are always appropriate for Chiistmas gifts. ��� Everybody likes them. .We have all  kinds. Prices start at 25 cents,  and some are as high as' $10.00,  NOT HALF OP THE GIF* TfilN&B  We havo in our store have been enumerated, or even alluded to'  in this advertisement. There-wasn't room. But we do want you to  sec our splendid holiday goods, a'iid therefore we most'' cordially invite you to como to our store,   '   '  Post Office Drag Store.  Moyie, B, &  ^Ms^M^^^Mzgg^^mA  St. Eugene Anunal Meeting.  At the annual meeting   of   the St.  Eugene   Consolidated'   Mining    Co.,  which was  z. ���,   m _  ronto on Novem-  1 , 1 ' "  ber 11th, the acting board of  directors  was unanimously re-elected." Follow-  1 1 1 *  ing is a list of them : Goo. Gooder-  ham, T. G. Blackstock, John A. Finch,  George Sumnsr, E. P. Heaton, James  Cronin, J. C. D'rewry, 'W. G. Gooder-  ham, A. E. Gooderham, W. H. Beattie  Mr. Cronin was re-elected manager,  Holiday Novelties Galore.  , P. D. Hope has the finest' display,of  Cbristmas goods this year ever brought  to Moyie! There is, everything in his  stock that one could possibly wish  for, and there is no occasion tbis year  for sending east for this class of gdods.  Read his ad and then go to his store  and inspect his excellent stock,  ���  ; METAL   MARKET*.1  Nev/   Yoke���Bar silver, 47f cents'.  Lead, H.IU. . Copper; $11.30;   Zinc;  (spelter) $5.10.  .Losdok���Lead, ��10,13s. 9d.   '  1     > ,    EAST KOOTENAY STOCK.  ,   ���        , Asked. B14  Crow's Nest Coal. X..$125.00 fllO.Oq , ���  St. Eugene ;.        30 20"  North Star ;         iq      \    $  Sullivan....:.'...... 4��   ;     _ 3J.  Can. Gold Fields        ' 3J.   '���       3"  Y-  GENERAL  NEWS  NOTES,  CRAtfEROOK c ITElBiS.  CARLOAD   OF   STOVES   JUST  AR111VE1).  Our stock i'or Xuki:) ifiulo is  well assorted, with everything  that is new, choice nnd solect,  in tho line.-! suitable for Nmao  prc.'.ioats.  For instance:  1  !eave-{  Mail  Orders  Givon Prompt Attention.  n������,��i��..��. ,ffll;w��^���.��up.ii^��  ..H"..aw?^ftfxr'tft ^--ayt*JBty  "^ PHIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR'  **s"l  ��3  ^ets'  1  s  Ci  leading Ladies and Gdnts furnishers  till  an  ss,  Pickle Dishes.  iwguwij  He  Cn.  \J  ery.  R. Mixic and   family   will  1  next weok for their old bornG- in  O  tario to apeua the holidays.   Thuy v/ill  be a way about a month.  Mis�� Butlof, assistant.kacher in the  j Moyio scliool, has placed lier   resigna-  ftioa with the   trustees  tp take   efTcct  Decoinber olst,   Mi;33  Butler  will  return to her home at the coast.  J. .51. .Kawke was In Cranbrook  Wednesday attending the funeral of  Harold Imray. .Tho burial wad conducted by the Maspnic lodge of Cranbrook,  Hector MacKeiean, who has beeu  very ill in tho Vancouver hospital with  typhoid fever, is able .to be around  again, but it will bo several weeks bo-  fore ho can resume work.  Cranbrook Herald:  1      f    1  Miss Attwood and Miss Fwyckman  are assisting in the holiday rush in  K. E. Beadie's store. ' ���  News has   been   received  in  town  that Mrs. Do'ble i'sin very poor  health  and that sho has  failed rapidly  since  i going east.  Officers  were  elected for Key City  lod-o I. O. O. jr. a.-,  follows fcst  week :  V. C. Morriri.   N.   Or;   3. llauuing, V.  G.; M, B, Bilhugs, recording Jccrc-tary ;  .0,   Blorrow,   (inancial    secretary;    S.  Eicliards, trensuror.  t    *.  It is said that action taken against  Rev, Holford, rormerly pastor of the  Baptist church hero and1- later at  Fern id, has resulted iu the revorend  gentleman being excommunicated for  conduct unbecoming the cloth.  ,1  ���ip  'DKsiuxaiisit miod, t-odS  ��argo' eampio room id connection  with house fdroo:'.iJi<e.rcHl men* 3e��ft  of accomiriod'itioutix'..  ���'Gaciquartei'-s'-for. (iomsn'feiioial" aiid. alining -Men,  1 tn  ::;   AVKWU?: ���... --      ' .       --'A  ,*���;  iVf     Ay  Our Handkerchiefs are worth  f-veryone's inspection.     The  ��� Irish iinen and   the Twill silk  "'��� a'i-a tbo pm'0 fltuf��,',;  Neckwear* the very latest,'  MacEachero I:  JH"  Church Scrtlcoii,      -  Pkesu v XJJU.CAN���-Siin'day school' a, t ��� 4  p. m. Afternoon service an tlie hall  at 3 o'clock. '"Bs thou faithful unto  death and I. will give thee a crown of  life,'" is the Bubject.      , ,-���:  ���'.-T.--A, BEOAIJFQOT, Pastor.  Msthomsx���Sunday sohool at 3  p. m. Preaching at 7;!10 o'clock.  Tho-llcv. Broadloot will conduct- the  service, Aa ���;.  All aro welcome. '      :    '   !  A. E.MAltSH ALL, Pastor.  Wa WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE YOU  JS  SUBSCKIBE FOB  ioiteir  Where.you will find thetlargesfcistoe  of general hardware in East Kob'fcenay  Mailorders given  prompt attenuoi?  ��Gfei?in8niIthlns.an'd.;Plunil)lnjj.  THE  LEADEBl  ���     ������   r  8 i >i Bio S g h  ORANBROOIC  LaGrippe is proving unusually ' se=  vere this winter In England.  Thomas B. Eeed, es-sp'eaker of the  house of representatives; is deadi  The estimated net profits of the Le  Roi mine for November are placed at  $75,000.    -  - No coal and. Zero" weather aro  the  conditions   confronting   tho   poor of '  New York,  The British press holds ex-President,  Cleveland responsible for .tlie 'present  Venezuelan troubles,  ' An amendment to', the constitution  of tho United States is , pronosed-'la  order to deal witH the trusts',  A    woman's    auxiliary   has '   beeri  started in connection with , tho  Western Federation of Miners,  Conductors aiid trainmen cast of  Winnipeg oi\ tho (C. p. E. h^yG h&$  their pay raised l2�� per cent.  There aro 186 active   mines Iq In,  tliana, employing   I2,000: people, acr-    '  cording to the annual   report  of  the  stato mine inspector.  The 0. P. R. is about to start a gi-,  gautic irrigation scheme- for its arid  lauds between Calgary and Medicino  Hat.  The North Star has paid to date in  dividends $312,000, of which $58,500  was paid this year. The issued cap*  ital of the company is $1,300,000.  C. H. Mcintosh   says   that   if  tho  strike in tho Le.Boi. had been averted,  Whou copper was at its high point, a;     [  loss direct  and  indirect   of $750,000'  would not have resulted.: "���''  aAFanW. Corbett^liaamadea deposit  of $2,500 with Sam Thall of San Eran'-  Cisco td secure.a fight with James J  Jeffries before the club' offering thi  best inducements. The.fight is td b4  pulled off nest May or Junes  The dance which will ..be givea at  tho Australian betel in Morrissev on  the evening of December 24th promA  ises to bo tho biggest thing of the year'  There will be four pieces of music, the  largest hall in East Ivooteney, splendid  lunch and all/ree.    Don't overlook'.it.  f  *  a !:  Vll must    be  lie found  passed  a I i vein,  enteriitininsr  A Noyel bj Annie Thompson.  beautiful life is!" she ex-  -oAyuod L.ud is, io make  "i v oi'j-j cinu jet us  ou t**,ei- sec such col-  ��-r*. ~s -.here ai e ,_o-ii._,nt, joim? ihd,|  .sou e*,ei near sum i-iuSu- t.s *iie  maivis' Jjou t, iJit* uuv,s biJeiu  i��i.��.i.n, Lu ,\ou.' the., jio, Lo uie."  -v-ai-y,   what     do  HOW  <. Jo. i- ed.  ��> .en    J.     v. OlKlW,  live  i.i   iL.   iJiU   '  tho.  some     iii,i-e     that  through somehow ���  ly. brilliant companion awaiting iii  ' .No     one  could   be  more  than Kate  when .the chose to"    exert  herself;  she everted herself now.   PJie  made .John laugh all  through dinner,  at her droll tales of the villagers; she  revived a hundred     reminiscences'    of  doings  before he left  Scot kind;     and  she   wiped   out the  last   trace  of  the  disagreeable   impression she had made  on him    lately,  by saying in  a tone  bali-jesting, half-appealing, "I ha\e to  go  on a foraging expedition  this  afternoon,   John;  I  must   buy  chicken-*-  at a farm two miles awav.     in j-j^  ��Jj}}y advanced years and* infirm "1^1-  per���I-would like a companion ���  t3nUHv?���er," y��U have "��t'��nfi" better  to'  ao.'    ,ile assented  most willmglv.  sea  LO  A   U  oh 1  never        can  t.a>     what   i  they  Will  ti  Saturday was invariably passed bv  Mr. I-ems .111 his study, in prepara-  tion.for the next day's serwee; no  one saw him from jnorninu to iiioht  except Kate, ,who carried'his meal's  to  him   on  referred,   was   tlie  life  of  love:     that  the life of Jove involved soliVacrifice.  He shewed  hov.- mothers  and   fathers  sacrifice themselves for their children,  ^     how      husbands    and   wives  sacrifice  -' j themselves for each other,  and    how  these  sacrifices  are appreciated     and  reciprocated     in     after years;       and  then     he   , spoke    of    the     sacrifices.,'  made  by , men for men,   and,     more i  often     still   by    women for  women-  sacrifices unappreciated,     unseen per-  hai s  by any human, eye,     but    felt.  'known,     treasured,    by the  heart, of  love, by God.    He admitted the dark-!  ness of the path they were called upon to tread  who made such sacrifices;  he did not deny the acony involved,)  I     '.'Jihiiniiiu,'.' said ."--year-old Tommy,  '���I'll  bet my pony can beat, you "  '     "Win.   tiear,   what   do   you   mean?"  asked  tlie astonished  mother.  "I-- mean   in   a   race,"    replied     the  youngster,.-   "J  heard   papa  .say    that  yi'ii  could   talk  faster  than    a    horse  can trot."  A  PERSIAN   PARABLE.  WOMAN'S  When  we hoar of a  man performing  a    brave    action    we   wonder    if   the i  story is true;   we know of so    many I  cowardlv    tricks    being    done    everv  day. '  OFTEN LEADS To a ,  A BRE.li  IN health!^  A  suiiering   to   tie  endured.  I  to  , can t ��� tell  nnd .', words  want:' and the waves  uou t use woids, they only convey  aicas to me somehow, To-night thev  seem vei.. I,cllV.x, j. c*an' hla.o.st hear  them    Ja,.y(,        >ulne   ^^      ^  ' ��   "'"'ddiUli   sjd,   it  makes  to  Ji.siui  to   them."  Hei      allusion    to   crying,  hei    comjiiinion   that  ubJe   Jlaisuiless  mommy,     n.td  .Marx 's   c.\es.      He  beside  word.  and  her  her  kissed  me  cry  the    awful  but he panted those, who wore  tempted to shrink from lho suffering  andgive up the battle, to One' who  having suffered temptation Himself,  knew how to rescue all tempted ones'  now. And then, his voice trembling  with emotion; the old man ended Jus  his LiL-vs,    and  "lire them,   we  will   plead  with  Godoa behalf,of all who are tempu  <?d,  that their faith fail not,     1     '  pray!,"  The devils in Kate's heart  a   riimibli  .   15.  a   very  physi-  wus  ul-r-  ix'minded  the   unwarrant-  in   Kale's ,voice    that  brought   tears     into  .���     .,     7 ft'lt suddenly  *, erv  U'r.dnu  v.nh  Kale for her  c'reless-  in wounding   tin's sensitive soul  .is     strange   Uiat   Kate   should  1 Kno altered so; sh,, Ilscd not t0 shew  ������    h   U..m,��.r m /.wm-jr. daJs.    ,At one  tune  he  had   l,een   qllile  aLtttCllcd     tQ  bei,     and   had  thought  her   superior  lo  anj   g4i]   ne     knew���except Mary  He   uondeieci   whether  Alary  often   ironi  her  a   tray   which  she  placed    discourse,  fell  upon  him     without   a   disturbing! said  . ���       J       To-day,   when   she  brought  his     dinner,, she found  him  standing  before    the,   window.     absorbed     in  thought.     Tie  roused   himself'at  entrance,  came  toward  her,   hold  face    between   her   hands  her .forehead solemnly.  _    God bless you. my dear," he said- .  ..  ���  *v?.u���are a S��od girl,  Kate, a good   'said the fishermen to  ST.1'    ' T .' . ,   '    ���    I they left the chm-ch.  Oh, I  n us  undisguised,  and  rose up  mor-  nesiS  J t ��� .v.  suffered  cousin's sharp tongue.  What  i.ji oi   Kate,   tlii  he as.*.ed, as  tiu  liCtllO.US.  'Oh,     John,  s. morning?  outcome of those re-  "I don't  could  have  < <  'to.  "XX  ,.���    ,   ,, we     iU'��   to   blame,'.'  cried Mai;*,, Jo.\al, to Kate  '������now     u.\acLJ.i    w/!at   we  done    but   we   ought   to   have   * done  something     j   ha\e  felt vexed  it all(lda.\.     Katu  such a long walk   to-night, she looks  is   though  she  could  scarcely stand  *-he   lias     been   doing   ever   so  much,  tins week, and  1 have not helped  fit all      There  isn't much  that I can  do, but 1 might have.ottered to  the  china in  the  drawingroom,     the  other day, instead of going with vou  to Aiisa Craig.    I 0nl\  after  we had  about  ���was  too "tired  for  J-1  1"  thought of' it  staitud."  "Keally,     Vary,     J  don-t  see  wh  .vou     snould     feel     bound   to  assist  whenever    Kate      chooses     to make  "Well," admitted , Mary, with a  Say laugh, ��i do not know' why the  house is being turned upside down  just now. it does-not seem loner  since it was done last time  I  never   do  anjthing  but  uit* D��  3',?  kn0W'   John-   ft sometimes     inghtens    me   to  happy my hfe has been.   .Kate has a  -,'eat     many   worries:   almost' every  one r know has had trouble of  *md   I have had none.  it is all coming/"  The eyes she  am not, Tarn not,  Undo''  protested Kate, choking down a'sob.  feho flew to her room to make ready  for her  walje,   fetched  her "marketing  basket,   and joined ,her' companion. "  iiiey walked considerably     furthei  than   the  farm,  jesting and   laughing  the whole way.    It wife j,ast tho u^  ual   tea  Jiour,   wlien   they  ���   returned  Kate    made   John���carry. Mr.  Ferris  tea to him, she Would not go into tlie  study     herself:       afterwards,-   '' thev  strolled' down  the garden  and seated  themselves in a shaded nook,  'it waS  a   breathless  ��� evening,   the   air   was  hide**,   with   tlie  scent   of.roses     and  mignonette, not a leaf.stirrod on the  trees,   the   seat. murmured   indistinctly.     That     night and-the   two  followed,     burned   thornsT "  Kate's memory.        She  talk.     By adroit  gestions, ' she drew from him a'n  count of his life in Melbourne and  whole history of his. business diflicul-  .fn T    sjriiffeles.     she   could   talk  well  herself,   but  she  possessed    also  the rai-er gift 0f making others talk  well,   and   of making  them  feci   that  they   did   so.    .njiring   a   momentary  Pause ,   in    their conversation  A SURPRISED PHYSICIAN.  Dying   Patient   Recovers   Through  th?  Interposition  of  Herman.      r  Chicago,   Nov  ftome  weeks ago   Hr,   (."���-,  ^ reputable   and     widely-known  'cian,   living'  on     (." ��� Si roe t  called   to   attend   a ��� very  complicated  case   of   Rheumatism.     Upon  arriving  at  the house  he found  u   man  about  forty  years   of  age,   Jving   in   a   prostrated' and   serious    condition,    with  his  whole frame dangerously ufiVctc-d  with   the   pajnfiiV'''disease;   '   Ih*   j.re-,  scribed    for    the    patiotfl .��� , l>ut    the  ferow    wor^c,   and  on cKtindity evening he  was  fouml   to  in   a   very    alarming    conditio,!), i  knees    and    elbows   and   lurger  g.'eatly    inllainod,     and  �����T*  ���������, Palpitate-.   -       pp6��l  Otho  Tilt Side  of (In*   World  the   l>c-M��lufai  ,    Hiul   ,\u(   Seen.  I     There    was    a    certain    man'    who  thought lhe world was growing worse  He was always harking buck io "thf  good old times" and was auve that the  uumnn' race was degenerating.    Men.  be said,  were all trying to cheat 'oi/c  another, and the strong were crushing  the weak.    One day when be was air  ing bis pessimistic views tbe calif eaid  to him:  '"I charge you hereafter to look care i!,rt',.,"��ny tind ufleij -"bo:  fully about you. and whenever you see ;JS uo wo��der tjmt l(0r'"J"'g,i?  any man do a M-orthy deed go io'him "'"y glVe "'�����> uimt-i' Jh alUl��,  and give him praise or write" to him ".A,., tJr��*^-ont. j,..,, e faii>:  about it. Whenever you meet a mah j] ^.l^ t,)" ��o,4 ^ J  wlK.m you regard as worthy .to'havo, fanner VsvinVr*0 "* "f a ^  lived in, the -Kood old-days." lull blm   w-ni      ro,"Iff   ,u"hr   '>.��>  To a      "S     '''     "���"-   ;  Woman'  >olluw        ���*i  days,'' JeJl  bim   will  of your esteem,and of the pleasure you   hope  be  , Tlie  joints  i could  prompted'   her     to- man   continued   to  piay  for  fine  weather on   th  row.  ?'JEh man!     yon's a gran' orator!  one another as  fch  Throughout     the    afternoon.     Mr  Ferris contrasted the subdued ffaiot*-.'.'S   e;"S,,,i.UI,IIICU,1f ���^  "���    ,Ja  the gentleness,  the tenderness    even  !,-, ,        t"I'l,eJl   lrl   Wd'   wHU  in Kate's manner now with the ��� V "' ^vvo ��r 1'��"1" IK',S0"S* The  brusquerie she'had shown before- he'fVy' i '* the clothillff was so pain-  said to himself gratefully, "Praise be * ' ��� menns had fo bo adopted to  to God. my'sermon has helped the j -r? Jt, ";01V'hcs Patient's bod v. .  poor child already." ��� | '"-' "0 doctor saw ,that his, assistance  John   and  Kate  started "  '"'   '  ber   on  said:������'  me  tliv  Ves.  wei-e  not   be   moved, it   wi'is    only  with   extreme   di/IicuHy that  tieiit   could   be   turned in   "  have  had   in   linding  one'so   exi'dted,  and 1 desire' that"yo.u write out an*.account of these good deeds for me that  1 may share your Joy in knowing of   J>-   Williams  it."       ' , �����*���._'  So the man wns dismissed. . Rut.before ninny days lie returned and prostrated himself before the calif. When  ordered to explain his presence, lie  wailed:       "        , ,  "thwii pity on thy servant, and  release him  from the necessity of com-  pliiuenting   men    upon    their, worthy  ih'i-d^, oh. my muster.    And  .Moliamined.   J  h ho  ���$  "���toi  ft1*!  HI  '���oportt-i  M'b.,..,,,      Mrs  fiv/i *,,,,. .    ..     !,'J"  'l"tt' "A?<|1  t,J\<* ui.v tostunoin   ,;, ���������"������*;  j "��'. fin KN|  is  my Lvi,,.',.,,.,,,,  other .sufTet-ej.    ,,\  ��>.v heiilth  began  suiTen-d  from *  the    dojiressin.r-    .,..,". ,"1 ^  i'i  ti  oh, sou Of  pray   thee absolve  thv  swvantfron.) the duty of Reporting-to  that  .. Ives     into  made, John  questions  and  sug-  nc-  tho  iV,e.        .. ���    ,,  v     ,-   early    for   would   be   of  no   avrtil,   and   left,   the  their sail next day; there was a fine house, the members of tho familv  breeze blowing- but the' weather following him to the door, woe.) -  looked unsettled. Their boat flew'Almost immediately .the ��rief stiS"-  before the wind, cutting through the on ones were addressed' by ���n humble  water Wlth. swiftness, that gavo Cormun. He had heard'of ( ' %��  Kate an odd sense of elation- rapid . I��rir of the family, and riow'-Jlori  movement'of any kind had a fascjna^, them  to ,,-y his  reined 'and \��t,  2V��; hGr-  S,hC Seemcd aS     though   inffJy brought fort!   a   /ottlo   ! '  sho had never known care, hor    eves   Jacob's   on     'vur   ,r   ,J,,lV.��   ol    feo'  -ere brilliant, her face glowed. wIS   thl�� r4ie v.   '^e^f "I,??'1  S,?rn1her W1  ��f'   pure cn^ulent .eased  the .wtient ton   ,?n,T ,J!      "  swiftly as  ^o^^-Ti^r^-^^^rX^   ^  ^   Va'nl*h~  xa entnely!    Every subsequent, application   improved   the  patient .'and  in  two days he was well and out.   When-I  the, doctor  called   n , few   davs  aftor  he was  surprised.  thee all  the world  "And why,  to' me   with  the good that,.is going on iu'^VmrnnuHv ^ "''  "''~'i'1  iu  ",ay(��niu  t'()"l'!" of i   *  ��lv" w*v JI  i-'pressmg'   ,SVllll.    '"  Hacl <i;stressing h.-ail,^       n*  poor appetite. Vt  -trouble' would plls,- '.; ' "'I'ft  til* I was niistal.,.;, , "f' **  to.grow worse. A! v',.',.., ^  puljutnte violently '���u',],V"?i!  tion;   iuy   rest   ,,,'  .���;.,.'  '"^ft-  *m hi  d,ilh>.|  "'-l   i  th,.��H  k*1  8-7  feUe!  [A:  !i��T.  Kb  v.o.  i'O  ��� no.  ���lira  bad  that is glorioti..  I miiy not hd|ie  hoard  they  ten.  go ,in  You  with  color  now,  Still;  enjoy   my-  ome-  think "how  some  Do you thirtk  the   Church , clock   strike  John looked  up ,������  amazement:  'How  the  time   has   flown'  are good, company,  Kate."  "Thank      you,'"'   '    she" sai-d)  a ���     sudden rm=h        of  to0 her face.   "We     must  however,  Uncle likes earlywhours kept  (,on Patiu-dav." , l  "The  walk  to-day has  done  good,  Kate:  yojt- begin,'to look  yourself.   What 'on  earth  makes  slave as you  have been do-'n^  ought to take more rest-  lonnf sail  with  , ,       Towards    -five  o clock, the sky became overcast and  the wind dropped; they were bv this  time not far from home,, they lowered the sail and John took the oars.     j  Confess now. Kate," he said, after  looking at her for a little,   "all  this I    Pnc,--  rest and fresh air has brightened vou ���    (,OSs,!\ ncver  d��es:v ]>eople' are  ^yonderffilly." '     bm'cnca >ou   ffossipping- about    Lord    Byron  "ires,"'   she     said,   "it makes    me'' ���1IS..^1^'. alth��11^' they  nev  sleep  better,   I am  iCsS  ,!)illf of it     Aiy  (viuse 1 have tio  "Ho back, to thy  calif. **i perceive  learned."  * > tl   was  scrirroly, ab'.* ir,"rv,at  oh, slave, dost*thou come' J work  about  tW  i,^,,    ,��u|'i  ibis .pmyoi-r   the. calif {England, who had -   "        iy~  {ten me tha]L  Dr.  Wii  faith.  After  the; use'of" ^'w't^  a   distinct   iiiiiirurwno  condition,   nnd   after  for. a   fow   w'eeks         "'���'��� " '  sorircely, a|,]t*���t;, J**  ��'    An  ht-t',! i'i, iiii  Mills'  IVjUj'i  m  A  t>;is  asked  ."Since t have been looking for what Ilmd restored lV.'-r t'cV'hi  ia good." the man replied. "I have had    t.erminod   .to   give  tU  ��o time to do aught  but compliment  ������'" for their splendid ��orks. yo much  all around me that  to be able t0 toil thee 1!  tasks he neglected lit- K"!j,.^  rime"- ��     A1  i��d completely left nio  work."   Kaid   the  that   thou    bast  in  this'  .-ei-  st ill  a nd.  lived"  country,  and have been dead  t great, many years.  In almost every school in the,Mika-  do.s empire it is the custom one dav  in the autumn to take the  out rabbit hunting.  children  ^  ,    ,     , raised  to his  had    a'  locc of terror in them.  "-Vo dear," he said gently. "Why  should it come? If I' can keep it  away from you, it shall never touch  you, Mary." ��� , t  "Voui Ah, but you will be going  away again. When you are gone I  mean to write to jou. I shall send  .vou a letter once a month: you won't  mind if they are rather stupid? Kate  writes clever letters,  but I don't  "^lary,   I   want     to  about the future."  "Not    to-night,     John,"  she  interrupted hastily.     "I hate to think of  ^hat is coming.    Tins has been such  a     nice     evening,    don't    let    us  be  gloomy   and     spoil  it all. . The  'future'  means,     joa   out  in  Australia,  and    I���I    don't  know, where'  no_ we will not speak of it."  "Hut,   dear,   j ou   are  going  to-morrow." . -  days."  Avere     not'  en.  she  speak   to  you.  Ko,  away  you  like  you  Vou  come for a  J<T-     -,, ,, Ji1e  on"-Monday."  i   will/;  Fa;d  T<-atp -  ���  When she had    closed  her" bedroom  noor.  her vivacity  left her  "Xow I shall have to pav ' for all  this, I suppose," she    muttered ' between ner teeth, But she was mistak-  Aone ot the tormenting thoughts  lreaded came cto  keep  her  wake-  !if���,' hours-     r^ devils who  still  held their ground arrayed themselves  hanKs ��(f "t'l't: iheylaid soothing  lands about her hedrt. and whispered  peace,  in    her    ear.     "Why torment  yourself."     they     whispered,      "   -) y  out'loratf'all?  Y.ou h*ve kept'yodrsoU  out of this man s way for two weeks-  now-that his conijianionship.is thrust  upon you, you    must   entertain him  J on cannot help yourself.  It  is     not  .vour do'ng  that  this   duty  you,  it  cannot  be a sin  tec-as'' ��� the  amm PACIFIC.  four  you  going,  "Only for  "I    wish  Mary."  "Oh,   I must.       I  promised   Uncle  i'orester.   e\ er so   lcong ago,   that     I  would  spend his  birthday with   him  1 shall be back on Tuesday "  "Well then, Marv. make a bargain  with me On Tuesday night, we are  to come out here, and discuss our future Promise that, and I will not  speak about it now."  "Very well, if you wish it," she  assented; "though why you choose to  think about such disagreeable subjects, I don't know. Do listen, John,  those wa\e->  are laughing."  They  walked  home together  in  silence,   he,   intent   on   the   thought     of  Tuesday.     ft was not so very far off  ���only four dajs     How inexpressibly  aear to him  Mary had become!    The  time  they  had  spent  together,     had  been more full of happiness than    he  had imagined possible; and this    waa  merely  a  foretaste  of  what  the     future  held.   Alvajs   Mary   should     be  thus perfectly happy,     sheltered    by  bis care from  the remotest approach  of trouble  or  distress,     always      he  should  find  perfect happiness, .in thus  caring lor, and worshipping her     He  recalled   Mr.   Ferns'     commendations  of Kate, and smiled ��� Kate was so  unworthv  to  bo    mentioned  in     tho  same breath with ber beautiful, .simple-minded,   puie-hearted  cousin  Marv walking by his side, let her  thoughts wander idly where they  would, now to tho sky, now f0 the  sea, now to the wild flowers on the  a.Vke, her mind pervaded by a va<^ue  sense that it was a delightful thing  to be alive, and that the world-was  a beautilul place to live in.  was  ah  falls     to  a sin to  be  cour-  poison worked,    Kate  most     asleep  ���  "Moreover "  wh.spered the devils,   "he and    Maiw  ae not engaged. You have absolutely  eW nt'��    �� PT����f that the-v ca-re    5"��r  �� L.     ?fV   ,C IS ��nly naU,ral ' that  he should  feel  bound  to shew    everv  1 attention  to her for Alice's sake    ' i*"  JX0j,vr reaSOn'     WhaL are look*  uo th?        ou   may be mistaken.   And  slept *"        ��e  d^''s"  ���  Kate  "On  Sunday  she  sat  with   John   in  the  old  parish   church.      The   manse  i��v waMat V10 flir en'd 0f ^ S'"  J��e.   with  a  high   partition  of it'which almost hid the  when they were seated. '  sormnnF|iri'f ^reached     a remarkable  mis ed him' da'V- HiS insti"ct had  misled him on some points, but not  on others; he had once  thought  that  mr ulsK-o ,Joh1?- 1TC ""erstood hor  h rd w^ 1 ^JOVC"1 0f hw-self to  ed     win ��rh0r sake hu a"-eP<-  discn   r    ,   mUtC  ^'"^^Licmyall   the  discomforts   attendant     on  cessary     house    cleaning,  watched her most, anxiouslv  out   the    past   fortnight;  the moaning of her  wearv  her  little    outbursts  longing to  her.     lie  ������ .,    ��� am  lcss  wakeful     at  nights."   ' ���       .  . ''Were you very wakeful?"  "Very."     ,        ,'��� c , ��  !'J?a1Akept ,you awake, I wonder??  ihe devil."  [ '  "Kate!"     ''  ' >'' lo��k so shocked," she said,  with a reckless laugh; "that was a*  statement, not an exclamation.0 Be-  Sld-e'-' -F,'8-"1 llot Mary�� ,J'ou know." v  She thought she detected an accent  of relief m his voice, and her, anger  rose.  iniT?^- llk'�� 'lrary' draw 'goodness  i"i�� ^'r .souls as readily , as they  aiaw air into their lungs; others ���  don t.    It must be easy enough    to  oLszants.'-hcn one sets r^*"*  "Does Mary?"       ' ���   '   ���  "Yes."  "And you?"  "Kever."'   <  "I    am    sorry,'    Kate,"  he    said  touched by the  bitterness .that look!  ec   out. from  her eyes.   "What  is     it!  that you  want now?     Can't I    help '  you to get it?    I would like to?"        {  ^telv    "P-OU   Can:'^she   said   del'iber-j  ateiy.     Give me  the oars first     and  look about for the fishing tackle,  i; Maritime Province Point  There is  bait    in  Sly   FUliermen. ;,  ',  Iii nearly ail streams where tile current is swift you will-tind the uets'of"  Un* aiddlce  worms   tucked  down   between two rocks or "fastened to' a flat  stone   on,, the. ��� brink   of   a   waterfall.!  1 iHlse', little   nets   catcli   stray,'wu tor  bugs   and   sonjsilmes   entangle   small '  Gsh.- They are made of a silken fabric-{  which the worm >pins frith its mouth  ticed   ��   diRtin^i   i.V...-;.."  m'Afti*l  t r  u.��injr (i.  iiion* tbi; *.  t night. (he c<j ,'h ,J"J;  Iheadacncs that had i���U if,U ,  (erable  vanishvd.   my n,,,^.,/,'  ,��1.   and   T  could   again'IwrtM  , housework with ease.   I W  |oei   grateful  for  what  IV  ���,  rink   Pills, have    don, f0l- r7  strongly   recoiui,,end ��� ih0,��� ^ri  ailing women.". '"  ��r.   Williams'   Vhik   hlls H  coiiiplishcd     just     Midi   pood^fttl  ,����       thousands       of     othe-  among   -ailing     men    lU!(!"  oi other cases among  nnd   ��� .sufferers     from  numerous    ailments     n..,.i.i���, ��.  kiiid-s  CI  KCCJ  :liiinir n:aj  any   oi  I't'StiltiBg  ,and are shaped like a fumieUthe.lar^Poor. u-ator? 'wood wTo -S ?  tti end being, pointed up atrenm ' so j those pills a. fair trial n;nJ'.  that, the water, rushing past, spreads   ��" ,����c high    road    to   hclii'e.  them out in posilioii.Vriie'uets'arc very  strong and quite similar  In' construc-  tlou to a spidurls web.    Close by his net  (he little  HsbiTiuun   build's  his  borne.  Lift  up,the lu-arby  rocks,  nnd  under  ���tiiPiu you  will find ,u   little bunch of  pebbles bound together by .silk threads.  In .���imoi-g'tbese is a small sflk'tubc, iu  which the vyoi-m lives.   Were It not for  the pebbles iituiclmd  to it  the caddlce  n-onu'K. homo, would go kailing down  the stmini.   As an extra precaution he''  oftentimes.fust.*��.���,- i.n,. <.;ilj uf'the aHb*  thread to a lai  ri;t* si one  ���strength. ���  Imitations  aro ��s!fe  oirered  by  unscrupulous ik^.^b  care more  for  their  mva KOv.&  for  their customers' health,   h  that   the   full   nttinPr   vjnr -\viiv  J ink   Pills for "Pi'iie  IVopli*" is  nn th*^ wrapper around every h.  buy-    li your  dealer  does not  these pjij,,. .pcmi to the 1)r   ^-*  Modicfae   Co.,   Brockvillc,- Out.  iney will be mailed ]h>sC paid i  per box or six boxes for ��2 .%  Mildew, Stalnii.  Mildew stains m;iv  'Lowest Kound Trip Rates to all  Ontario,     Quebec  _  People who 'dor the least  ml  about, boing  tired.,   '  ..  easily be removed    ,..,r  by. ^ottinxr and soaping the Spot.,cov-    . U?S* /  crmg it with powdeivd chtilk and then     V" :.t.��  and  er...H ii wiui powdeivd chtilk nnd then  P"��:nur it In the sun to blracb.' Damp  =t Iron, time lo'timo as ir dries and  llH'ii Hash it in the u^ual maimer with  Koap iuid w.-iter. If  the process.  necessury, repeat  CJood men, you know, are  know,   and   evph   h  make    thein.si'hi*s  tinu.'s!"  id c  so  Jfinard's Liniment Car:s Lr/r  in  front  occupants  or was,     belt will   rain  I  want     just  larder    stocked  an   unne-  J Te    hail  through-  fathoiiung  looks  and  of   temper,   and  convey some comfort     to  c-,.^1-   i     ?obal;ed  whether he should  not    V ? ���    r   d,r?ctly.   but  he  dared  to1e,-f?tCS Pr��",d Spirit wo��Jd     "ot  toluafe    a   word   from   him.  I^ina|]v  ^UTa r;raii��r- he'-decided to  ��� n <�� herJr��m his Pulpit., His  nS rt rf081"''^ to end,.- was  noended for  Kate    a'.ono���and'    she  ^XcH    ����� ln0"-fent hG-announced  put it* somewhere  that jar over  there ���  fore we had luncheon!  in  five 'minutes.   What  now,   is to have my  with fish."  evSlem^rf ^ directi��"s, he had  excel ent sport for the next Half hour  Kate watched him furtively "It s  easy f? divert a mam's th mights "  she reflected; ."what strange thin's'  satis y men! Uncle used to wh p the  Stmchar hour after hour,  quite h^p-  ouL ff"91"*"    SuiJrJOS-e a man were  out fishmg, and heard a rumor thai'  hs  wi,e were dead,  and felt a bite  at   the s momml  ___ o,lc  ���stop to land  the    fish  before    ffo!���,r  ipccraSvTf"?;'7 T think'he w����"'=  cspec.aily if there were nothing  the  fish    to     remind     him  opinion."  sai"dVhJohiS J'hG ?robIem ri��w- Kate?"  .said John,  turning to look at her.  I   ciulf* Jia���W'" shc siKhcd. "that  fishes." ' lt    soolh!nff   to     kill  "You  should   find   'it  soothing  many     kfllofl   for voui  sha 1 never eat all these.    ]�� Uiere a  basket here? '"-jo a  "Xo.     one    of  the men   will  tnl-e  them to the house for us "  ness?";?  P,0CCa' .\hm-   K*te.  fiood-  ness.   ..ou     ttrc, quite wet;     I    never  noticed how heavily it is raining?"  pro na costisved.I  ts  Good for Three Months.  Stopover "privileges cast  Fort William.  of  but  of- public  DAILY    TOURIST  and       '   '  FIRST CLASS SLEEPERS  The C..I- Rhoi-ii.g.',  Canadian railways can at least take,  ��omfprt as they listen to the grumbling about the car shortage, j��� the  reduction Uiat they are not the only  .,,      .... - ��eral prosperity.  ���bo  latest  description   of  the  sttua-  lon   m   Chicago   is.    yx��%r   in' the  cago  "Why do you call voui m-i-jilcri  pig 'Maudu?' "  "Because it always rnnii-s irwsj  garden."  I.iffhuov   vSonn���<li*--ltif(".-!ii:it-i*-- ''-ifj  v     r��'c,0!iiii-<*iKl��d    hy   lho  mnliral i*  n    snfcirunrd   aciunM in!��Sfl  ���<ion     (Irf  disouKi��n  suberers from  the general  I lie   '   '  t  history   of   Chi  big  tion  ,rris  lhaii  easier   to  to see it.  h*ar   ul  ijoi'i  In addition to his  a^c. mi oi�� "  _   .   except .during  a       *" "i,,"*iu��  w in.** a;;i-. ��.-  strike,   was   there such   a  congeS-1'1<1'"f��m.es f^arfiilly lonesiniii'.  F6r full particulars  apply tp near  est  C.P.R.   Agent,   or write  C.  E. McPIIERSON,  General   Passenger  Agent,   Winnipeg  ���s  and  roads  I1IO-  nnd  of freight' in the railroad vards  of the city as there is ut ,the present  time. The shortage of ca  tivo j lower, of which the  shippers havo been complaining for  months, has become more, and'more  pronounced in view of the vast increase m trafic due to the moving of  the crops, until now an unprecedented condition exists. .Shipments of all<  kinds are duy.s behind and  Tn iho curly morniinr I-wis ^H  men c\in (ravel five mi!f��: itirapMti]  on the niunicipal elect w tmaw*!'\  cars.  M*>*ii:  ���Wthfl  p��ufh  hearu  JS.deafnp  Inila-mina  tube res  Hicarinsr  cases ioi  jpjrhich.  nso Of|]  n nnot$i  -.Srnd Vi  'nip, PJ  ��.���      sJ  d by'.dp  l ^'Ifiu-a  i^Jnfa'y'  iliij;^ii'Oi  .'ii>-of* b  ai olfcoyc  V'-  sa?Ln  _-i,V���  M��'l*]jfcq  Bt Sttjf u  ti *   "^h  .  Pi  'i  n  :e  ��  S  >'<  have so  to  we  CHAPTER IX.  Saturday   morning,   Mary  For-  ���,      left     ^'eldrossan     to  join     her  cousins   Kato watched the departure  and suddenly  realized  that  for three  dajs  she   would   have   the   undiffl  A w,Tdn'ron niP ��f thG man she ^vef.  of hr f k,e,Sll|ess took possession  oi h.r John had gone with Marv to  Garlwgh. and when ho returned ���  at   the  thought  of   the irk-  ���than 'ih��<xl  a'CI"IoTe.-hath no man  than this    tha^ a man lay down his  Sath'H1'5 fri0,ld��'"; Kate divined  AUiat had been in his mind when he  had k.ssedyher so, solemnly: and  though; she could, not prevent the  words he spoke from pierci^ her  ears, .she steeled her heart  against them.     The stolid  'Patenting  .Tc*tvn  The Jews of  Palestine a're entirely  St^^ ^ Wh0 returnedo  that land; from Europe.,: Most of them.  .Suagc."^ f��rm 0f;^Germa^  Jcursions'Mi,  ���T0-=-  Eastern Canada.  Round  Trip  Tickets  '.from  making  are perishable  more   than   a  in getting merchan-  firmly  tion  was  amazed   at   the  congrega-  t0r���nc? .wjth which.Mr F^;rtcd  burdened  himself  of hi  ances;   those  who  tin's  fervid  utter-  clined to sleep thro^hetheUdlLiin"  found .themselves unjoin��tablv w!de  awake; even the consuirinfinn ��f  permints   ceased    evin? PCP"  Jyjuvenile'tSr?^  wordsChndd hLS -aUCHenCe that 'the  SSvo8 ttd maatSen'alUal al*ni��<*��<��  were accustom^'^ a ^'^ f.^  that ^ spirit lif^t^h^  ���_���'' Gcrm��    In   Milk.  |- A^e'-oply.efifectiy'e way of killing the  tL mnk ^%fTIKl In milk j�� to boii  xo wmm it merely  is quite  useless  Boiling lessens the potential nnf,/f  ^mllkbyrenderin^eS'oScr  stituents more difficult of digestion  Tnrtl^eHtlon.  ca^co^;raaiscasfeiDm��  ���TO���  WINDSOR, LONDON,  CHATHAM,   STRATFORD,  g snippers -to forbear  enquiries unless goods  ior   have   been   delayed  (week.   The dolav  I disc out of Chicago is said bv wholesalers to be the most serious ever  known  here."  In   the   coal    districts   of   Fotmsvl'-  ,   an.a til0 conditions are,   if p��� 0 J,  lh2, T' T,,ia fr^ht b,oc]����'��  i��-   i":    ���       >C    '"dustrial   prosperity  !^n^eeping   idl6  many,: furnace^ and  Interests  The*   IJUfory   <if   In.i-iil-.il"1"  Inpfislatloi'i   is   r.u   in '.v   ;ii|!-   '  Chinese   were  rh��-  ���-si*-1i--^I ��'" I'1111'1  It. They dipped a phifi v(\A'^ f1"  in the, virus iVou.' a |iti.s:iil��':r."* H  it In 'the nostril. Tivo ,*ili''i'i!t I-11"'  pliysicians, (.Jilbertus An-',|il"ll!!i.<  John of (hiddefdcn. i"1'*'*1 W"',  smallpox as commonly l.ii'iivii. W-'  Chinese remedy was iinl:"u'" '()l '  The first book,on siii.ilii"fS v  ten   by   a   priest   ami   [diysiri:-'  *.. i-au- li��  ihi*  but 1*  -ice "'.'lift"  rtsW  ���sitsoP  ^eitj7(  'Am  We ci'  ����.  Wdi&t i  J*^*^|d w  ' Ute  HAMILTON... NIAGARA  FALLS    so-caned    �� "��? , from   the  KINGSTON,.DROCKVILLE      '  ^ ' ����-  W^SeSS'.Sa^  OTTAWA,   MONTREALyX    >    ^ ^   id'e   'P   th��   ^tsbu V dit  and all points west.. '      : ��� " i'J"^ 59'6D0 c"'^-'-^o  are ?os^h  ���������;���:"���:.;���,..���  ,    J ^ waffes ��102,000. as f0ilo-wsL'  , '                    y              Miners          b on arin 1     ���      X      ���  low rates to points  Furnace'work'" ���- -��',ner S66'����0  '..'������   Mill   mon  Others  Proportionately  east  of Montreal.  idle..  Totals  means that the indiIlvkl,i,d,Tn,ti��n-   lt-  "Kicking a;irian  When  Cervantc,  Nodded  '^ou Quixote" Sancho continues  after  having  la-  death.  In  to  ride1 on  his, ass  teanted the animal's  Choice of Roiites  b      via.'"  St. Paul, Minneapolis and  Chicago.  Stop-overs allowed.  Tickets   on  sale  December    lst  3.1st,  good for three months  on^^aS^^^6 Pr��Vlded ' C,Te;:t^, ���'"  For   full   information   consult  Canadian Northern Ry.  Agent  "    GEOi,  H. SHAW,  Trkffic Manager  6,000 losing 13,000  13,000 losing 43,000  20,000 losi'^ 40,000  lived  nt  Aloxaii'lria inn  books on phyi-ie in .\. I'- ,;n!'  know  nothing of  \-,"lrin.*.'ti(l"  vised swimming. i.riiilAi  large quantities. MiH'ron nnd ��'a  medicine. ,nn *  of v.uri^'f10"',.;  uiior i'^  Mil* A1'  ducted   his oxiici iiiii'iit'-.   1M   . A��  Bi'iiJ.-niiiu Jif^-  havintr \te#$  tioD about cow-pox ..beiriK:. " A(ii  for smalipox. that' it. v,-oul�� s ���'_  well to.be. "cut" for cou-jio-v'ii[ur  coi'dingly ho himself did <lf'J,!;"'lis^e.'  ills wife nnd .children for '���;'" Ajfj*  But JestyAs .'uiiJinowi.i ,l�� M' Ay  uer's name is blessed -n"J w" . v  millions. A  ft*  ��sol  i * **r  ���The real disco*, ery  are told, was'ma do bi'Inr1'  ^d  b  177-1  it /occurred, in  OorHetshiro fariiior.  [1 pi  ft of  nd  fel v  be  ier  alw  C(  uilt  Mette  S^y'pt:  battle o  .Mo his  jT'Wal. hi  '*t srec  iDSd' t,  s.'' *t>en -��  ;tftlthis. ������]  "* !*�� isure  r#ai ma 1  flInJJ Qder-  0N ^ olseh  .59,600  .^162,000  ono wnv-tn       ,    whon ]ig is down is  ..oneway to make him get up-  | isn't h I ways safe '      " P'  ft��X)  'he���.  '%,  A   VioliniHtlo Hew*'  rR  tw>*'  "Since Delia came backTroJ ^.  shore she, has two bou-s to ie^ce/of|  ."The  seashore  is a great I  scraping acqunintanee, isn't  i.  ��i  Oi  rlll-y<  r'OU?  Will  3abbl  t he  only  it he :  rat-''�������� ���'���!< ot K'aeln��itW  Tho li.-ink of I-highuid omU'o   r���(  n thousand people, paj'sj1 <]  million In, wages and I.'tf  pensions.  any  lhe   first  day, that  a  girl  new  pictures     home    from  tographer's  .she   doesn't,  do  look    at    them,  ^hoy are  "good.!"  gets her  the  pho-  anything  and .wonder,   if  A<��.o*,pl.erlo  f'vcH^'^ (l,(  X Tho  body  ntmopplioric  pressure  ��- ^i  man ����jJ  of   the  iivor.'i��e  .���������������-   , (.  jiouiids.   Tho ordiiuiry'rise �� . ..  the  barometer'' increases  this pressure2,500 pounds,  or  decree  ,  Wii  Icap to t  htm?   i  T" lone; w  ^nd by si  '"��� mercui  �� coal e  i+^ HWi  V  'S  ��aBr  SALTH.  IL LEADER.  B.    C.  -OSJ,  How       m*  "U|  to marry my daugh-  i?jnk or gamble ?"  tied    the    young  man,  take a chance in the  a  HllO  lllPvfj,  (si  ����v  "lien  %l  fl��  ""'-���ofji1*  u"��'l. ^  "M  1 OluBrt  Richards &  Co, ,  ^Theodore     Dorais,     a  jine.    was   , completely  iatism after five years  the judicious -use  of.  ���"���TIMENT.  let can  be verified ' by  to the Parish  priest  Neighbors.  '.A.   COTE.,  Isadore,   Que.,  1898.  Cconsm.  Cosnold. the small* ,lt UlWI, ,��� M  flnisotts. c.mji: U.*., t !���.,*,. |Mll,. ^ .^  ol hum which. iMvmniii- ut Wo-l's  Holl. at .in* 'Kli.mkk-r- of old Cap!.  A->dR right -���.,.���. extend seaward till  they tennmato iu that fatal roof of tb<*  Sow- and Pigs.   ,    '  FA,''    I   I  r. '-v.- - IJ  ' I-' I  .l;  1   !  Cause   For   Wuiider,  Would you marry the  He  living?  She���Not unless 1  make a  better man of. him  best man  was sure it would  .Fine featheis are apt to make short  lived birds. '      '    '  Messrs.  think men  men are  sven't:  have nothing  dead certain  NorUiru-. & Lyman Co. are the  propnetor-, of Hr. Thoufas' Eclectrk- Oil  Quantities   throughout   th"   Dominion.    Jt,  !.     weh-onw-d    hy    the     suffering    invalid  ,*:.    'J^'TZ-'f1'   �����t.ions  of rtcJinht,   b"  relief    Tl ;��"1?l'.('S ,!Vlln   ��nd. gives   instant  [oht   yR   i*.KH,,L'l"(!';-"-K "V���. y^io'.is  than  gold      it   is   the  elixir  of,  life  to  wanted   frame.    To   the funnel-  I'Oiisuhle.iind   should  lip  "n ill' :.("Hiili,]!  ��l��  tiuver-  Vith  It  every  in any a  is indlh-  hou.se.  work' in the care of  the care of  twins.  lent for Rheumatism.  he  course' of true  moth  because  it<  Bn  love  ends  t't',! ill, fcsi(  Mills' lVJ3>'|  m  iwikh.  A'j  "- I'll.,'-1.  ���"*'��' bn.\ft  ''������"'i-iiier-i i  UJ!��I!-' lUfJ  ,()r" tK- -,'l4l  l0< i��t*oj:*!fej  I'ffh k*ft  ���unit ��,s  api'iititt-  i" peril***--!  I -.iiail j.|  I Dr flic  H'  for r.?.i  diem to dJ  fills e��-|  'i  pood  other  lUlti     BCcI  aiiinif n:K5  any   oi"  "t'Stilting ��t|  villi   in!!  I  will,SMIl  liciti  ar-? ��2f!ki&  ���> diks, ��t,i  en f,To'r,V'i|  aft A. 'ii  Hr. Will-  iple" is  evcrv li.'  ss harder  to  remove than  ��rs  hnvr*  had ?    Have  thev  e kind ? i Have they  not  oliowav's     Corn    Cure '.'  any sharks  when.you  jcean,' Mr.   Spifkihs V"  if ling,  "lyed*   cards     with     a  Small vices may be fordable one. nt  a time,   but  they soon   unite  into  impassable- river.  an  .When  mst for  bor for  the   church   is   an    arbor    of  the  rich   it cannot bo i'i har-  t,ho refuge of tho wrecked.  4Qth Anniversary  For ov��r   Forty  Years  of  ipruce  ������i-.U'i '<*.i:i   T.i :.;,,.��:-  Jit.i* in   1: .��� ,.i.  < ,  <;'*.��������i��l ofl'j'iiH'c .u.d \<.b!<-��.  According to ll.e stnti-menl. of 'a  l.onuoii journal it is owing i.o a sug-  g-istion of Lady Ciuv.on that' the  guardand escort of Lord (Jui^ou aud  hoi self at the forthcoming magnificent Imperial coronation festivities  at ��� Delhi will be for.med of Rajput  nobles.  Of all Asiatics the Rajputs, or  Hundus, of ,the, warrior caste have  been by far th- most chivalrous in  their attitude toward women'.  <d thia no better illustration can  bo given than the romantic custom  known as the "gift of the bracelet.,"  This custom prevailed among . the  IJajput nobles until the security of  British dominion in India made it  uimc-vssary. 'Whenever a Rajput  Rrincrss believed herself in danger,  she chose some -noble renowned for  bis vaidr and 'sent him one of her  bracelets. JJy this act fch-u constituted him 'he'r adoplod, or. "bracek-t-  bound,brother," her cavalier si ,want.  'It niattered'not whether she happenr  wife .or widow, he  he ' held  all    other  AN' AWFUL MISTAKE.  Physician   Prescribes  Nuxvomica  for a Kingston.Lady with the  Result that She is Paralyzed.  from  She  th*  ed   to   bo   maid  was   bound, by   that' which  most   snered   to   rv'lhk'Hish  her -succor should  fCoon.    Syracuse,   tf.'  V..  pears     I ,  could  not   eat  od   without producing a  intr pnin in ray stomach  . 's Pills according to  kir-  fchc  head  of  'Dyspepsia  or  Jne box entirely'cured me.  anythi/pc  I   choose,   within e  in   the least."   The.*-*e  Bause  pain   or  cripirif*;,   ami  when   a   cathartic, is   re-  sss of- Airli'e and Mrs.  ve, left, for South Africa  graves of their husbands.  lent is best KairRestcrer.  up   schemes    to    make  ���women think up schemes'  jess Cannot Be Cured  . AS A SPECIFIC FOR  COUCHS, COLDS, Etc.  Has been tested nnd has become the  Kainily Couph Specific of thousands  throughout Canada and the United  States. It never was morerpopular .  nor more largely used thau it is  to-day.   ' , ,  MERIT. ALWAYS   TELLS.  Cough Rejtiedies come and go. New-  preparations are tried nnd abandoned, but the old reliable remains.  The present is a trying season for  both old and young, and colds, easily  caught now are,apt. to remain for the  winter unless promptly cured. No  better remedy can be found than  Gray's Syrup  Sold  by   all   Druggists.  'ios not  Dr. tti!  e,* Out.  paid i  r S2 .V.  St    iMlk'  . are scix  )i bad c  Iws   so  implications, as they cannot  liseased portion of the ear.  Ay,,one way to cure deafness,  ���Eby constitutional remedies.  .. , . iusedi.by an inflameii con-  ���>-jij^tn'o.'*mucous lining of the Eua-  ^M3Cu"beA-.,When this tube gets in-  ��jmti;h'av,e a rumbling sound or ini-  She'ating,* and' when it is entirely  ?.deafn<?as^ia ' the result, and unless  Ihllatnmation'.can be taken out and  tube restored to its normal' condi-  Jijearinsr:,will be destroved for ever.-  Msegiput^'of ten are - caused by en-  BSS6}chs,;is nothing but ,nn inllauied  'ffl?S?r*the mucous surfaces.  +ff*ve   One   Hundred   Dollars   for  aH��gPeafncss  {caused  bv cntnrrii)  f-Wfehe  cHrcd   by  Hall's    Catarrh'  SfilMl^lor  circulnrs^  free.  J. .CHENEY  &   Co.,  Tole-  Females of All Ages  find these Pills. simply invaluable,'  as a few doses will restore free and  regular* conditions and 'effectually  remove the causes of much suffering" to tlie sex.        _,-.<������.,  'WW  juirsuits and lly to  she be in, distress. *  The hcknowledgment of 'the  pledge  on  the iiubleVpart was the return'of  a 'dlk wuist, richly embroidoied  with  pem Is oi- jewels,.as His means would  permit.    If a  King-'-were in .this  way  tho raypient.-or a   Rajput  lady's favor  he  accompanied   the  waist  by     a  further girt of splendid gems;  a "fortress, or even a promise.    The signifi-  canco  of  this  return  gift'of, a  waist  lay "in  the chivalrous sentiment  that  as,  in his eyes,  tbe garment, protected her heart, the most tender part of  her   'body, . so    his s\y,ord  was    ever  ready  to  defend    her. life  and honor.  The    sentimental  relationship established' by. this ��� unique-custom      "was  made all  the more beautiful because  Yin   breath  of scandal or no hope  -of  reward on the Rajput cavalier's part  ever  entered   into   the  compact.   :   It  was only at the festival of the bracelet   held - in the spring,  which somewhat  resembled   the  tournaments    of  our middle ages,  that he could hope  to  catch  a glimpse  of the  fair  lady  to  whom  his service was  dedicated."  Otherwise he only knew     hc-r      by  name, perhaps by a miniature, or the  bracelet    which     encircled his sword  arm in the press of battle.    But   to  cherish     this lievo'tion to  the unseen  mistress     of' his  otherwise fierce   nature,   and  to perish fighting   in   'her  cause beneath the  walls of her   ' beleaguered   fortress,   were,  in  the Rajput warrior's1 hcjlicf,  the'iioblost* aim  '"and fate which could befall a mortal.  In  such  high esteem did. this  "gift  of the bracelet" come to be held that  even tha Mohammedan Emperor, JIu-  niayun, upon one occasion relinquished tho spoils of a. victory, to hasten  with  all  speech to  the rescue  of    the  beautiful  .Hindu    Queen   of .Clutore,  who had made him tha proud* wearer  of her bracelet. '   "  A TTirilIlii�� Kjcperience {Resulting  �� Doctor's Blunder��� Fortunatel  Recorered ftnd tells the Story <  -{Thole Incident.  Kingston, Ont., Nov. '30th' (Special).���That Mrs. E. Lake, of 112  Clarence street, this city, is alive  to-day, is a matter for wonder. She  says:��� '    ��� ���  ��� "lly sickness was brought about  by overdose of Strychnine prescribed  by u physician. Jt brought on Paralysis ail'ectina my left side, brain,  arm and limbs. '' ��� ,  "J -was perfectly helpless and it  was impossible for me to raise ' my  left limb or open my lingers. J got no  sleep and often when ���!, dosed my  eye.s remained open. I ,hud not the  power' lo close 'my eyelids.  "I 'MilYered  almost continually with  headache.  '"My   brain  As&r. ;fc>F��  Delicious  from hull*.      Warranted Pure,  all   sized   packages.  nvie s. rmng,anan  Aa  now  manufactured.   The groat FAMILY FLOUR.  InniBt on getting "OOILVIE'S,"   as  they are better than the Bart.  O    EQUAL.  too large for  I   was  nothing  but  skin   and  felt us though it was  the skull. My appetite-  failed and I became very emaciated,  indeed,  bones. c  '   "1   was   three   years . under-   treatment,,   many    physicians    baying "me.  under their  care,   but   without  avail.  At   Jast  1   became    discouraged    und  gave up all  treatment.  "While reading a paper one dav 'T  noticed a testimony of one who 'was  cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills.  ''My sister prricured me a' box of  the pills and I started on three, pills  three times a, day. 1 soon began <to  experience a change for the better,  Ayhirh,.continued until I, regained the  use of my arm, hand and limb. ��� My  headache also ceased and my appetite returned-.  '"From this I soon  and btrength until I  ever/" ,  "I ,thank God and Dodd's Kidney?  Pills for my health, for by prayer and  this wonderful 'remedy, T was etir-ed,  and have remained in good 'health  ever since," although this was oyer  five years ago." ' ' '     *  flicked  up flesh  was  as  well  as.  3JVSPEK3AL K9APLE. SYRU?  The quality standard from   Ooe&a   t-  Orean.   Your monoy back If not   s&t  , Ufctctory. - -   '       -,   o     -  ROSEA LAFI.AMSTK.Ajrtii., MONTK3E.A\  A woman never knows whatj it' is  to love until she has a'daughter over  fifteen years old.   ' ,   ,  'To  rniss  lose sympathy  with' men   is  to  success, with them.  l;  HIS  9��ld Everywhere.   In boxes, 23 cents.  jljuggists.  75c.  ttily  Tills  are  I nr-  Li.   ll;  the, besf.  i   in  nrs into 2  said little Ethel one  >rning, "if I lose my 'cer-  jbaptism will 7 have to be  .'or .again?"'  Liniment is the best.  ijrtiiil  o.l5 irorl- j  r/i/wtf I  Irafli"-"/  tion.  1  ier &1  ie m  old1* |  *-t:i!i!*'i  .rre J.J  Rhei-i  ltrary to Etiquette.  rquise  de  Fontenoy saya:'���  ard's action in rising from  ed lately  after  his   toast   in  President  Roosevelt at  the  which he gave  in honor    of  in  and  the    other     United  iccrs at Buckingham Palace  ay   was  with   tiie  object  of  any of them from  dfllivcr-  speech   m response.    This  ave    been      contrary  to eti-  nly Princes of the blood  or  qualified to respond to tho  a crowned     klcad,   and    for  lsy  to 'do  so  would   be,   ac-  %o  the  usages  of   Court  life  ;d world, a piece of presump-  ce  it  would   imply   that  the  1 personage    responding    to  of the Sovereign wns to all  nd  purposes  placing  himself  el with    the     latter.     Lord  .  besides  being  a  most  gal-  bcr and battle-scarred  vcter-  ftlwoys  been looked  upon  as  courtier.     But  he  rendered  guilty of a memorable breach  ctte      when,   after his  return  ypt in 1S82 as the victor of  u of Tel-el-Kebir,  and Quern  making   a   little   speech,  o bis haalth    at     dinner    at  fd, he arose from his seat and  speech  in  reply,  giving    tho  the     Duke,    of   Connaught,  ta.ken part  in  the   battle.  was so  devotedly<attaeither  favorite son,   that   in  easurc and   tho  pride     at     tho  ?l|ni3  lavished  oa him     by   his  tncler-in-Chief     she   overlooked  lolsclcy's  breach of etiyuettc.  One  Didn't   Pay.  Will you teach me how to make  you?  will; if i can get up a class.  lood  iti  of  (1  oen  s,  Phi  The sugar on  \-evy sweet,   but  satan's pills may  it is very thin.  be  T.  H.  METCALFE &  CO-  Gealn and Commission Morohantd. .  3 Highent prices paid for -\vheat7 oats, 'barley or flax in <-ar!ota. Wire or write'ma  for prices before selling. Liberal -ulran*.  cos made on consignment-* 'and handled  on commission. Licensed end Bonded.  P. O. Box 650, Winnipeg, Man.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  ANITARIU  JB^fi-O-UV    I_Qtl��<  BB. O.  Situated mldtit scenery unrivalled foe  gruiKlour. Tlxe most complete health rts~  ���ort on tho continent of North America. ,  Iti baths cure all Nervous and Hun.  lar diseases. It* -waters heal all Kidney,  Liver and Stomach ailments.  Thoy aro a never-falling- remedy fo��   all  lUicunintlo troubles.  TERM  $15 to $18 per w��ek,   according  to rasidanca lu Hoc*) or villas.   -  When an animal is all run down,  has. a rough coat and a tight hide,  anyone knows that his blood is ont  of order. To keep an animal economically he must be in good health.  DICK'S  BLOOD PURIFIER  is a necessity where the best results  from feeding would be. obtained.  It tones up the system, rids the  stomach of bots, worms and other-  parasites that suck the life blood  away.  Nothing like Dick's powder for  a run down  horse.  ,   50 cents a package.  Leeming, Miles & Co., Agents,  nONTRUAL.  z.  It ll����l Wealth.  "wc dabbled In stocks and won,  j.*or he Wa3 a lucky feller.  Pot only did he make his pile,  ,.aut he has It In his cellar  to  Him.  you   didn't  ,-.'y>y. Wiine,  'S'^D to the minister!"  fphlm?  ��      ��� i  .������i  Great Scott!  take  off  I'm his cad-  Cheep Up.  we'll hear the wintry blast,  eome stranjjo device  lone:  Mi by  .�������� mercury will drop as fast  8 coal eoea up in price  With our handsomely  illustrated nev/caialogue  the greater portion of  your Christmas shop-,  ping may b* done aJ  home.  Wr���� for il, and l�� will be sent  to you. fr��e of charge, fay return  mail.  If ��n receipt of articles ordered yo\i are  not, perfectly satisfied,  yaur money will be  cheerfully refunded.  wmfmmwm  ��  Kcireiu>ratine: Ronffal.'"  It is  a  curious   anomaly   that  tsuch  a rough and manly  game as football  should have become thoroughly accli-  mati.ed   among    the  effeminate   Bengalis.   There  is  no   longer  any  question   about    this    remarkable     fact-  ovcry little vollage now has one    or  more football cl,ubs,   and  so .popular  is the pastime'that even  the most aspiring   college   students   scamp their  cramming in its favor..  Odd to    say,  too, their parents    raise   little objec-  ,U<5n.to_this    encroachment  of physical'   development    on   book    learning.  BxpesieiK'o   has     probably    informed  them that the attainment of university lionois does not by itself, constitute full   equipment   of  youths     with  the whole  battle  of  life  before  them.  Graduates have  become, such   a ,driur  in tbe Indian market thai many hare  'to bo content with very humble   positions, instead  of at  once tilling   well-  the singular thing   is that the   young  Paid posts, as they had e.xrected. But  Bengali    should  give    preference     to  football      before    all    other     English  games.   J .awn tennis, and even   golf,  would   also  seem   to  present  attractiveness to a race supposed  to- abhor  any and   every  risk     of  personal     injury.    Instead,   however,   of devoting  his   energies  to  those    comparatively  gentle pastimes.    Young, Bengal   now  faces fast bowling at cr,Lcket   without  the  slightest    flinching,    and   accepts  tlie  routih-an-'l-lumble  of  football    in  the same    courageous spirit.      It    is  hardly going too  far to say that the  physical regeneration  of seventy millions of   British     subjects  has     been  started     by    a    couple    of     English  games.���London Globe.  The  Kxnrt Ti-nlli.  3\Ir. Douglas Grand, who was tho  principal witness for lhe Cioun at  the remount trial n.t Ennis, tells a  good story regarding the examination of one  of  tlio witnesses.  "Did you sell Major Studdert a  horse?"   asked   the  counsel.  "No,  so:r,"   replied  the  witness.  "Did   your  father  sell Major Studdert a horse?"  "No,  son*."  "Well    then    did     your  grandfather  sell him a horse?"  ".No,   sorr."  "Did any member of your family  sell   ^rajor 5-Jtuddei t  anything?"  "Yes,  sorr,  1  did,  ness.  "And    what    did  Studdert?"     A  "Isold him a mare," replied tho  witness, to the chagrin of .coum-el  and the.delight of the court-���London  Express.  nj^o&c^t-^tO Mt-frf-dS.  I  "1 wish you had broken1 the news  more gently," sighed the editor, as  the oflice boy pied the first, page by  dropping the. form down a flight of  stairs.  By the tfciie a man gets old enough  to talk well he has learned the value  of not talking at alL-  WAKE   UP   BABY!  A   Now   Game   for   Mothers.  Baby's awakening ought to be looked forward to as a pleasure, not  dreaded as a scourge. ��� lie should  awaken bright, merry, and full of  fun, refreshed by sleep, ready for -a  good  time.  How many , mothers dread his  awakening howls, knowing that he  will keep everyone miserable until he  -rUSP"' ^-VQTe* keep everyone miserable until he  rgC   \\V" *~,'*->! Q$\A goes  to sleep again  or gets his  food.  O FANS^^e-ccc-/���nsAi i'\/ | These   cry iny   fits   are   the   terror    oi  Xu"-UM  ,            Lrrilvxl UALLY; every,inexperienced mother. Mrs. Ga-  D.I  sp&  5  CO'  LD5rA  tf��A  OVERCOMES  CoNS  ��*cffe&~'  ^BlTUAL  "CHCIAL  BUY THE GENUINE-  TIPATION  vniAriGVYRVP  ���^  ��y    V      ^    cal.   '<?     K    N.v.   r.  fOR SALE 6YALI DRUGGI6T5. PRICt 50c.PtR BOFIIL  xper  jbriel Barnes,   Six Mile Lake,  Ont., is  ia  mother  who  has .learned how   this  ! trouble can  be best met,  aud0 writes  ���us   as   follows :      "My   baby   suffered  much     from     indigestion,    and    was  cross   and  restless.    1  gave him  several  medicines,  but they did not help  him.     I   then   got   a   box   of    Baby's  PERMAMKNTLY {Own-Tablets and they helped him almost at once, .and have done him so  much good that I would not no\v_be  without .them.      I    can    recommend  Baby's   Own  Tablets  to   all  mothers  as the best medicine I have ever used  jfor   children."      These    Tablets     are  guaranteed   to   contain   no   opiate   or*  harmful  drug and  can be given  with  absolute    safety    to     the    youngest,  j weakest   infant.      Sold,  by   all   <rug-  'gists  or sent   by mail,   post paid,   at  2.")  cents  u box  by  writing direct  to  the     Dr.     Williams'     Medicine     Co.,  Brockville, Ont., or Schenectady.X.Y.  *** 0CTS,  A   (ireat   Camellia.  At Plinitz. near Dresden, is the  largest camellia in Europe. It is 300  years old. about lil'ty feet high and has  40.000 blossoms each season.  '  replied  the wit-  you  sell     Ma;or  rrie.JD.ros.  Mn.flJi'me do ^raiipisssain't.'  'Madame fide Man passant,'.mother .'of  the late nove!if-:t, lives'at Nice in a  large, quiet house. XShe rarely y receives'visitors,' but recently made an  exception in favor of Eleanor' T.iiso,,  the Italian actress, who is a great  admirer of her son's work. When the  two women were about to part, Madame de Maupassant said to the actress: "You have everything���genius,  fame and wealth. "What is there left  fu- nio to wish you?" "Host." was  the tragedienne's reply. She was  then trying to make the world accept the dramas of D'Annunzio.  The   Ant   Hear.  The great ant bear of tbe South  American fores Is contrives to intimidate his feline enemies by rearing up  to his full length, but by that very  trick gives the hunter a chance to take  a deadly aim at his heart.  i The taste for cigarettes on the part  of the people of India is becoming  more marked every day. In some  parts of Bengal the peasant at his  plough may be seen smoking his  arette, which is generally of  cheap  American kind.  cig-  the  Nails  nnd   Ilitrtl   Wood.  It is claimed that you can drive nails,  iuto hard wood without bending them  if you dip them first in lard. '.  ! A IIIXKEK PILL���Many persons sulTor  excruriiiiarifcXngony. after'���partaking-, of n.  hearty dinner, The fopd partaken of is  like a hull'of lead upon the .st'oniaoh, and  instead of being a, healthy nutriment 'it  becomes a poison to the system. *I)i*.  Pai-melee's Vegetable''Pills, are wonderful  correctives of such .troubles. They correct acidity, open secretions nhfl convert  the food partaken of into healthy nutriment. They are ,iust the medicine to  take if one is troubled with Indigestion  or  'Dyspepsiai' .  '  SAYS MR. LUCINA CIGAR:-  ."What a terrible case of clfjar murder!  TIow pleasant it Is to  look   like   me  and  also have tliat nice sweet flavor and love-'"  ly aroiua."  JIANUFACTimED   BY  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  Active  service  saves   many  a    man  from   foolish   fears   and   speculations.  "When I want fo borrow a dollar  1 never go to a friend,, he said, as  if he were leading up to something.  "Ah.'well." replied the other, extending his hand,  "let us be friends."  I here are so many cough cures on the  market, that it is sometimes difficult to  tell which to buy; hut if we had a cough  a cold or any adliction of the throat or  lungs, we would try Hickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup. Those who have tried  it think it is far Ahead of all other preparations recommended for s,uoh complaints The little folks like it as it is  ns  pleasant  as  svrup.  The Glasgow aiid South-Western  railway company now pay their plate  layers   double   time   for    working    on  Sundays.  ��A  " Prizes" with common soaps  are dearly pafd for at the expense of clothes and hands.  In sortie parts of Russia German is  now compulsory... in."schools in place  of French. A  When  religion ceases  to  go   to  vice it will, run to superstition.  ser--  Sleeii' Talkers.  .Persons who talk-iin their sleep -will  frequently answer Questions if spoken  to softly.  iM  ff^L >T<nni.��a��  ��S IO0INI   ~                 OINTUKNT.)  Endorsed by beat English modloBlJournala.  Supplied to Bfltlsh soldier? in South Afrloa.  For all Throat and Gland Troubles, Lumps,  Absoessoa, Old Sores, Ulcers, Felons, Skin  Diseases' Eciemo. Plrnplos, Stiff Joints,  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, BruUoa,  Plies, Cuts. Sore Feot, Plourlsy.  Sold by OruesrlstsX SBb.   Trjr It ��no��.  A man feels blue with trouble, red  with rage, white witlii. fear, yellow  with envy, and green with jealousy.--  Baltimore American.  A��lc fer the Oetsgon Bfar.  Memory Freaks.  It is instanced as one of the curiosities of Hie memory that people who  know long pieces of verse by heart frequently cannot remember their telephone number,  Cod .sends- the seed,, btit we ' must  furnish  the soil. . A ���',  ThObhig-hest ..mountain ih the mooi.  is at least 35,000 ,' feet in 'heighth;  that is 6,000...feet higher than Mount  Everest.  DRUNKENNESS A   DISEASE  '    and lean bo enicd at  THE' ECEEL.EY ' BNSTBTUTE  133 Osborne St., Winnipeg.,   Established ISSp.  Over 300,000 cures.   Don't be deceived   If you  want a cure    Take   The Keel*y   where  you  are treated by a qualified  physician.   Correspondence strictly private,,  Aw, .sm.   vj.   rsao.   .*��a��>.  1 i-  ��;   ;,  i "^S^?s^5^5!S!55^_'^sio^si5^:a,. K &.
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grumo;ei'r-,j:i U:e province today. 'JV/coi offc'r'"""" * .
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in-y-urB- mymg uotbing bus, £co tiie  address aad -agree to ,cll for us twelvo  B&ITlSterS & SG*Mt*rq ■
wodiiisyarosawiiiir, boxes of Dr.  ArrmLi',   fwi,„i.  .„—_-_  '    ,       »-^^^IS.
boxes orDr.  Arnold's English  To;dJ
J.lJls at 25°. per bur, we will -Ive you
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Writing "Xmae'f for the word Christ- Mbsolutkly Frt:b a beautiful Watch
mas ghocks our seuse of religious  pro-  ^ OraIx in either ladies' or  Geut«
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tain young   lady's   breaet   was   filled  don>t ha™ to sell any  mcro  than 12*
'.nth raire, but the printer got it ''rage"  !>0^08 to tret tiio premium?.    This jg I
fcad the editor is now cumping  out on   a ^ona ¥^ ^ mm a realiablo ccm-J
»— ««« Luau. ia uutv cumping  out on   " T"A Alc V3i'";r J"roui a realiablo ecu- /
Visa norlhvveet   of   tovr.))  where-ht   ce''n thut'"^ given thousand^  of do'- U/~"'
can get a good view of  the landscape  law 1V0rM] of premiumy to age:it3- ail I ™®yi®3
in four diifcrent dirWdiniia        • over  the   cunntrv      tj , '    I ™„^.. !	
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tion of the government lo modify  the   urp J1,,J j'sS'^wr standard size for lad''^   YV i   '      -n
,lwo por cont lax clause of tiio minora! ^^t^* °T «™?*«*1 H f*tP* 1
P*. Practically means that it will be dials «nd «Hablo Jm™6-c^"1^ ^i^Oi
taken off of low  &r«dfl  „™,.„-D„ „„ Icheo 3uc]l   fls  D0  ]ad; ;   ^Jj   ;;l1 ■
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taken off of low grade properties en-,       ;, -  —  ^,  ux   K^ueman
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sd to-only f 87,000 and there has been srt on^^^7 ^™ to aI! *h°
.more controversy about at than' the derfui To-in 1^%^°^ 'woa'
matlcrjusiiiiod. It was another case -^ be the firet 'in v0l" Vat'^fo
of straining at a giiat and Bwallowinirr^11 °-no. of fIl0S6 beautiful V^-bos
^amel . fa/and caam.    As   soon   ns  v;e  ^ve
The school teachers of  O
talking of forming a union
The best of accommodations
for the traveling;publio.
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h   the Am- Ipaoie and addres,  0n as o        ,ff  .^rT^-^^^2222^^^
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AM .mosey until after you  h«v»   ,oVl
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"icm. .\Ve boar ail tbo crpen?e a-d
are only making ibis m,3ra!^ A ^
n»Hl,od   oi   advertising ' Dr. ,Ar„old5
derstuud.    They certainly are   fimung
lho poorest, paid employes of'the country, and by uniting their, forces  thev | JvlV.°,    %  ^^^ '"Sr."SrnoW's
could easily put on a   bold   front and | writer 1°"™  Vm"-    Don''f'    tleI'".
*k /or better pay.   The school teacher   present for vour^ff^-LL bfcs»utifuI
:s compelled to pa-s.tho hardset   kind I      Ad„rei, A'H££ S™^"'
o: an examination after years of studv j _^;3-i-  K>Adeh;.ie Kt. r,u, TW:orto?Ort
^nd then must go out  into the world I ^;^i^r^".TS7*^^:
Suitings,    Overcoating'
Grouser?,   Imported    Good.-.
Three quarters of tho  Capital StoekhrU^otrewrv'nnnnri- '       A    '■   '"
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For fnrtlier information apply to,the   ' - '   '"'   ,
O&oial Brokers of the AShnola; Smelter Limited.
TONTON & MUKEA.Y4 Toronto, Ont        H^ CAjVjSKOX, WinnTppg Man
A. WiMOOJRE & CO., Victoria,  B.  Q,   " •Ii' J' STEEL, NELSON, B. C.'   ^
C.S.DOUGLAS & CO. Vancouver,"   '       Pr * r ,, ,,„'    v0r'
W.N.,rcGA^ON;^isburgh;0nt° ^ H^S^ ^^
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Head Offlos of" the Company, Boom "A" K-W-C Block, Kelson,-B: G        i
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er.'il' furnilu:3  ropairing.   OiRco  and
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Bank of Commerce.    Telegraph and
mail orders promptly attended to,
bbwSI rtlM&ifto Oil lidllli.
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Q-uelity not excelled in the country.   Try it antj
'be convLticed.
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L     Teaclier—27ov/, then, Willie, wliv do
we celebrate Christmas day ?   Wiifie— :
Caut-'o they ain't no school. '
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treated WatewyftraH
' Kinds,
Orders SoEicsC-ed.
collects<jj; DErAirvNtrjT.
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tt!     ^iiJCL    b pilous.
BECAUSE it is the DESiqualitv
BECAUSE   it. is   lhe  most Lbxisg ,
chev/. J
BECAUHE it   ia   the   lau^t: hl^h
grade 5 or 10c plug,
BECAUSE the tags auk valuajjj b for
, Premiums until Jan. i, ITJOi
BECAUSE we quabautisc every plug,
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BECAUSE your dealer  is   «"thora('d '
U e !:ia'cc :l ^Pociaity -n this, depar.
mom, and aro noted for our pzoinpt-
nr-sn m collecting and making qu*'ck
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. you, are not s;-tijf*f;r(i    .
'JJIK K.Ml'ir.E ToiUCCO Co., Ltc.
11    ■      ' .I..,., ■  1    --—.««-J.i-.-».-Tm-.g«r»Tr^j-j
' "KELSON, B, O.
^oard^and Day School  co^idiri-
-«.. A.-     Commercial-, nnd    busi-uyn
<oura83 a, .pecialty.   Excellence'£,?
f'f  progrefc  characteaiM  each   <\e.
par ment.    l>iirenls   ?Hou]d       ^   £
.uu-tieulars.    One month, awurr.   £
})"b}in  of-  the   tliorbughhH'c   of   ,
,^ler8' metMa  ;of tubing.    Tcr^n"
comm..nfP .f.iri,,;.«..     a:..-,   ?'      -K-r.m-.
MI^EKAL   ACT    1896.
(form iy).     ■;■'•■'
f! fill gs
\ aiecys
^.user;^ Ave.-
*ftaraCTt','i jm' awnguJBf
!5* C     Commercial . lmd    busing   -'«-y-from t^rtaoJ:.0ru.r x,,,,,.-,n .-    .. . ,
■  - *" -M", ..0 uie j.Tin-
•■ ''Ji*.i'.n*ir<cFrtic}iot)'nlMinbj-flJ ClAy \-uv'.>r .*
tha Fort Steele mini*- division, c^ ;' r",f' Xi
nay District, ' .- ^ ~-^ ivOoUi-
;XtYiikr2iocato(l:-On &ulliv:-n hiii.
' T'lkc iiqtioo (!iatl, Tiio:;. T.  ^.icVitt;.-   17.   ■-.
0, no. ii mm, dg<ini for c;;;:yf!     ,:»VJr'
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for iJiaii-drnowof <:']-h*;n''"7MVA;..J'.,'''rc'v<-'r':.'-Uls,    ,-.. ,   ', . ••
U^r-,bovc* claim. ',L",-UW» Ui-nt of   Q Hlftca '.ej^/-1!
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line*.* of such Oei!iii,..H!;.0)''1';;;;Vy.A:lK' [X~ Aui--
JJatoatii»;22u(i.iUv^l^::;^^-;^^8. •  ,;
CilS.^. Cl'-AKRi/rj,
wiioiESALB Ami/retail'
Fregh  and pured..iieiita, Fresh
; Fish, Game an-.v.-Poultry'.-  We'    '
xeupply1 'oril;.' thy  bSGfc,     Your
trado^olicited. A
., M/VKKII'iby ' A      j
'n   ali ' the ;PrIaoipai''
Are avnonynious with the C. 3.J. .U,
Leave Moyie 2:48 p. ni.
Arrive Winnipeg 2nd day 8:50 a. m.
Atrive St, laid find day G -,L0 p. m.
Arrive Chicago ord day  'J.-UO  a.  m,
4.rrivc Toronto <'cNth ,day 2:d5p. m;
Arrive Brohtrealitb day 6:30 p. ml
Arrive New York 5th day 8:55 a. .in!
A .'"Close connection /or all        •
FuetormpointG.'.', A      :
llrongli ToiMst; Sleeping
aa Ga?H Easi
I 'i;b2T?,S*S? il?®J7 a*^ FeIi burnished » M
*£vV^v - '-vPPi^cl "nrith the' Best tbe |
-.'j.^j.. .^rarJtt3oi A.iquors and Cigars. I
AMD MINING MEN .      . j
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v. \:Sf#e,,''; ^ ■, x.
,    -     ■■■■.-.      -| ^7lieJ,fi you will find'the'latest sfcoc
xunction; daily ,f0r  Oigene:^r hardware In East Kootenay
'...   MaU °r(Iera Siyoti prompt  Ulmiioi
**? u-r. A';a-K
Leave   Bu'hmoro   J
:     St. Paul...  ' M«a,u «fiicre. gtvon  prompt
Leave  Jkootpnay    Landing   TuesdayJ E^xan^ttmn^ ,lu/ PlnBlW^
llllrl      nil "^
:'■'British 'Goiambisi. .    I
c<Jinm.nce January,   Apri    ^,]   1 "« ^thox.t..2,
Puiule are ad-it toil duHn   , fe°i>t/;  ?.«==- -. _
 ntcd durmg term. ' SUBSCEIBE POP    I'M
-* C-. A i ,—*"""ij xuescav
anu-Saturday for Toronto and all
eastern pointe. , '
Further information  rogardinp   the
"Ouly Way" can bo   had   on  apPlicu.
tioii to
I NELSON/'    '..--■    "-■
■   13. 0
■C'-.U. lliMEU
„™«»^.«WVlll4l    ,,   .    , - AiWooti, Agent, Moyio
^   LFADEli I Headquaktu,^, .foit Eabx K
'« j J.S.UAR'rail,
OOTKNAvy      '   iy>'AX'iiM. Aj>t-
;e. j. coylk,
V'w'too. i>,ls   Aprt
VaiK:Oi;v(,;r,      j
W"Mrs. W.Xvprest,"7
vi Shop,
In .JMcGregor Building.
Open Wendnesdays-  ,
and Saturdays*
W, Jt. Sxona', iPrbn,
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