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Array ���rjw��� ���>.  i CHRISTMAS    AUI1CHA8F.S  . KOW  [. WILSON.  |3 K.,        BANBROOK  I  X<^A-'^A  J.- -A        ta   - ��� ���,-     -/��    T     i' ' *    "* i*'  \  WCTOR^O  <i$L4M>��* lA/w^^v  coocq   itorcur   kmv   v. n r,   up   r,.\ ij-/  aside 'HLi. e.\i.i.n* i on.  W. H.   WILSON,  JEWELER CHANB;iC07-  "  !NO,36*  MOYIE, IB. C, DECEMBER 12,  UK)3.'  -THIS STUPENDOUS    \  [CUT   PRICE   SALE   IS   STILL   ON  I '* ��        1  , ' �� r  jgh we have done an enormous business we "still haye some Bargains left*  &2 A  YEAR  Lost  Life'in.   Fire*  WE.WILL QUOTE YOU A FEW OF THEM  [Hooks and Eyes  Sale Price  2c paper  [Torchon Laces'    ~   , \\  1-2 Letch to 1 inch.  ',"  ,       * , , ' i , <     , '  Sale,price  ,     -'    ' ic  >*>?n.  Itadres Shoes   d  Dbngola and Calf,  Sale price'  $1.25  jMensiarid boys',sweaters  Sale price,  50c  J Ladies Handkerchiefs  I I, v.    t** 1       -  -Sale, price     /  Mens dress shirts  "l   '       Sale   price  ,                i  95c  ,   Ladies' French Satin petticoat  '  . ;     Sale price              $1.90  Men's Sox  0;  ,, ''V*'Sale'price*' ���'  ,* ,i:  r   (             ��'  10b .  Concentrated Soups  p                  ...                             s  ^ ',, '   Sale price  per,can'  A,, 10c  r ",., Ladies Corsets i'.,  ,   A-',' Sale ,price  ,*. , :   <>5c  y 3C  -:   \  ,GirIs and BoysXaps     ; A,  , Sale price   ,, ,   , A ,   - 50c    ','.' .  - i      . i     " ���-1    ,,,     <     -      ,     i'  Us a cash sale.- Any goods,charged will be at regular prices  Tobkccos, AConfectionery  i   I-  FRUIT; ETC/ , r  -.�����  block1;  MOYIE ���  eaffie!&  '5  .. The Presbyterian ladles promise a good -sapper and concert at  Morley"' ball next. Monday evening, December 14th, it being their  regular' anniversary -celebration.  Below we publish tlie menu, and  the program following:  -e, Life^ land Accident Insurance.  , &  _  .  -*��� "*  >u prepared for  season ,-,'/-.;.       . \ y  ;ch will soon be jipdn us? .As.'usual,  we,,have  ked a full supyly of Xmas -        .,    ���      , ��� ,.   ,  TJITS, NUTS and SUNDRIES    ,  ther with se veral specialties, which will surely  Srest; you.    See next week's  Leader  for   special  louncement.^        ��� ,        'A  COME AND SEE US  REGARDING PRICES  .FITCH'S  51  jour Own Store.  a .store keeps the best.qualSty of goods'  ^need not/cut ,^-ices. to  get the  trade'   \  ie Co-Operative Association, Ltd  [andles ona*y the best quality Jof canned  foods  and  groceries, -wthich are sold  at  -  loderate prices.'  Don't be deceived  by  |l<5 goods and low prices.  COME TO YOUR OWN STORE.  [ON MEN. UNION GOOI^S.  Chicken  'L!"i--Pot  r    I'v >  Potato '  Bread  .        r  (  L9mon  Mil  Beets  . X    , .JHJfiJNU,-.  -  ,*        '     MEATS  'A     .   '    --.  Pot Pie    'Ham  , <     -      '>j  i ,Muttor  ...  ','          t        '1                              ><���                    1  VEGETABLES.  atoes - "���"'>''."��� ' "  ' *"j  "   1        I                        ��-              J  ���'    salads', - '  Cabbage    'Biefc  ,' Lobstei  ' BaE.-vns  Hot Biscuits  PIES  Pumpkin        ' Apple  ice           Cranberry.  PICKLES  Chow C how  Mustard  Cranben  JKLLIES  y     Red currant    Apple  Coffee  .> Cake  ,  ,Tea.  0  PROGRAMME.  ;   Jani Maki, a native  oCFir-Itind,  lofet his life  by  being, bnrned  to  death in    a  fire    last ��� Saturday  night, which gutted the Jog house  near  the   Moyie     brewery.    The  fire started in the 'upper part of  the building about 11  o'clock and  the flames were bursting through  the roof by the time a line of hose  was laid   and   the water  turned  on.   After the Sre was put'Jouta  search of the premises -,Kas  made  and'Ma.ki's body was 'found lying  on    the   floor.    He,   was burned  quite-' badly   about    the      face.  Prom the surroundingsprit would  appear that tlie  unfortunate man  had started to ' undress to go  to  bed andjhad'upset the lamp.    He  was around   town that, evening  and was considerably intoxicated.  The body' was removed to the fire  hall, and the next'day Dr.   Connolly, ^came   up  from Cranbrook  and ,i veiwed    the -' remains,    but  deemed  an inquest unnecessary".  The body was taken'* in charge by  the miners union, and thpAfuner-  al took  place..Monday  afternoon,  JRev. ,.Collis<   of< the' Methodist  church" officiating. ., G-.; A. Jamie-  son ot Cranbrookywas the  undertaker in charge. * '     .<  ','  Decased was ��� 20 years of (age,  and^came to Moyie from Phoenix  last August. The report gained  circulation that he had cdnsider-  t?ble money on him and that he  might have met withp foul-play.  J. F. Armstrong -made an investigation and satisfied "himself  that th'ere . were no 'grounds for  the rumor. ��� ' * -��    * ���     ���' y  I       LOCAL ASSAYS |'gg��*&aa*i  ^*53-S3Sii*'&555$55'sa?35.Js$$2!^  jrrri. P. J. McMahon is here from  Spokane ou a visit.* ���     '  Itev. Plew'elling' was up from  Cranbrtfok Tuesday.' "  Mrs. E. O. lianim' was a Cran-  rook vibitor"\VcjJna3day.    ''    '  John Blackburn' was ,iu' Cran-,  brook Monday,  '   Mrs. Nott returned Wednesday  from Spokane.'  Mr an(j jr^s. ji, steuart were  out to Spokane  this   week.  A. W. Davis is over from San-,  don for a few days.  Jatne3 Cronin was on yesterday's eastbound train en his way  to his farm near  Cowley, Altar"^  Mr.   Dean, school  inspector of  t   ,  t '    ���  f  '4'i    \  v;    -.1  :��� t|f''n  , ;^e Iidve just unloaded a car of Eatfcrn  Goods for our Christmas trade Wepibw have  a complete stock of fuesluffood  ,i   4  J 908 crop,   lu fl  'M i 'A  'NUTS ,  "PEELS  PICKLES  PKUITS  " FIGS , ,  JELLIES ���  COCOANUT  Hosmer'  UP  Nelson,,visited 'the Moyie school,  yesterday, in official' capacity.  P. Cunningham, secretary ��� to  'W. H. Aldridgc, is' over from  Trail for a few days. -   _ p "    <  E. A.-. ILiggan- ha? started a  newspaper at .RiVelstoke. called  the Observer. "'  1   '    -r"    "^ I- i  .Born���December 6th i'i Vr. and  Mr6 .Robert3jb'ertsou a.daughter. A     ',      .*��� .  1 i .'��� , ,  R. L.'iXiekerson,   the  agent for Cree & Moffat/ was  to Moyie during che 'week.  , Lillie Schulzp, who has bpen attending   school^ at  Spokane,  re-  .turned'home Thursday and   will'  remain until after the holidays.  TV*   t-4 ~    n '���. ^ ^ , ,  , R. H.;Stewa'rt general, manager  of the Consolidated' Company, is  here from Rossland inspecting the  St. Eugene. property.^    ,,  There w-ere^ervices at the ,Cath-  ,  ������-'    c-a:,      vi������j���   olic   ebufch both last Sunday and  members    of ~the  .Moyie  iif_���j������       ��� j a   ,  .        :        <���  -.���-    ,    _��� .       ��� X'i. .*.   ..,'tMonday, conducted  by the Rev.  Miner's TJmon,, kav'e-maintained   -n- by,-,, |R    r   c^'r,   -   ,b -  ..   . - >.       .���"bbv:"'..*  .,   father Beck of Cranbrook.   "  their reputation for givingygood  "dances!"N Tffeu'"iiiQthr*aiftt'��"il:*-bdll'  last night could > scare ely have  been improved upon. The 'decor-'  i&tiotis were better thau usual,,  and the commifctee^feft nothing  undohe.to make tha affair an snob e  RAISINS  JAM3.  SPICE  VEGETABLES,    ETC'  1     ' i '  .The 1908 peach of Anchor brand table fruits  arc pat up in gold lacquered sealed tins, and  take, the  lead   as  packed'fruit.    The  a  high .grade.'sanitary  prices   ou   many  staple  lines-are. lower  thisf season 'than fc-V, years;  Call'and'see our 'stock. '~    ,' ^  ���'  MacEacfaern' & Macdonald  Postag-e Rates.  Ninth 'Annual Ball.  i'j">\'  The  ���,.Mrs. and'lMiss Leach, of the log'-_  ging camp-on' Lanib Creek,   wero  in Cranbrook Tuesday and  Wednesday of fch'is week. ,     y   p  "The way of Salvation" will be  the   subject ��� at    the   Methodist  It is important that the public  should understand that^,,Christmas presents and other articles of  merchandise addressed te the old  country must be forwarded by  parcel post, prepaid,   and "have .a  J"  , 'r  unl.l  METAL  'MARKET.  New York���Bar'dilver, 49J cts.  Lead, $1.75.       ,  Copper,'l L J  cts.  '  London���Lead, ��13, 5s.' *  $'      GENERAL FLOAT        %  - - , -     ���-���---,---- q> ,, , ,     ,       , ,  ��  customs declaration and value af-   ^^^^SSS^ase-^sas^s^gf  fixed to each parcel. However,  small packages addressed to , the  United Kingdom may be prepaid  at letter rate if weighing less  than four oiiuces, and no customs  declaration is - required iu these  cases.' The rate for parcels ,pos;  ted in Canada passing to places in  Canada or Uniced,States 'is ; one  cent per ounce or fraction."   *> ��� * * -  Nelson's street cars are to start  running again. , .'  <���  < Tho bonspeil at   Roe3laud  start about January 19 th."  will  Goodeve at Work.  , A^fire department has bs  ganized in Pi'ince'Rupert.'  en or-  - -Thiscyear $10,000 has been expanded upon improvements at the  Hotel Stra'thcona in Nelson.  A. S   Goodeve,  M.   P, left Pri-  joyable    one.  'Splendid]   suppers J church" Sunday   evening  at 7;30.  we're served at both tho Interna-  Strangers v welcome.    Rev.  R.  E.  tipnal  and   Cosmopolitan   hotels,   Collis 13. A. pastor  and in this way the crowd for the  ��� mi if mm i  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL. ��  otel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling  Public.  1���Instrmental,  2���Chorus "True Heart," '    '  ���*3���Duet, "The Merry Vagabonds,  ���1���Recitation,  "His    Ouly   Pair  of Pants."  5-���Trio,     by , request, , "Dame  Durden"     -  0���Chorus,   "Rainbow,"  7���Duet, "Life's-Dream  Is  O're,"  8���Solo, by  H.   Steuart,  9���Recitation,     "No    Sect     iu  s       Heaven."  10���Character sketch,  "Woman's  Rights,"- "     '  11���InstrumentaL  Dinner will be served from 5;30  tn 7:30 p. m. and the program will  irameiiately    follow,  midnight meal was nicely and  comfortablj' handled. The music  by the Moyie orchestra was an  inspiration to the dancers, who  kept up the enjoyment until  nearly three o'clock.  The Mjyie Miner's 'Union has a  memheiship of 330, and is' one of  the strongest; of the Western  Federation in Canada. It is  doing ~a noble work and its  affairs are conducted in a most  businesslike manner. At the  present time Malcolm McNeill is  the president and Thos. E. Kelly  is the secretary.  PfANOS-If you  day'for Vancouver for the' par-\  Harold Salons will probably  be  j a candidate for mayor at the com-  Proposed  Hospital.  An  Unfortunate Case,  I. O. O. P,  Danca,  EC and Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms,  "The members of Wildey Lodge  No. ii I. O. O. F. will hold their  annual ball ou the evening of  Wednesday, January 13ch. The  following w-e on the d*nce committee; Fred Ego, II. J. Liwes,  Louis CoU!n, F. J. Smyth and Norman Smith.  MpTAyiSH &. CAMERON Proprietors.  ' Asn^njr-zjv *-i /jr i^noar i^-z^'^yiv^ 'W ���St-''5x"'cfs-',vs <5i~��vs~;lvx"*5i  X  s  ���   e  We have what you need in WOOL GOODS for  $ie advancing season, including fascinators, wool  JJnder8kirtp,sha\vjptoques underwear and gloves.  Niese goods are direct from the mills and are the  latest fads, and of excellent quality. Call and  pspect     I   .  "EL jSL. :.���JEOLTLjJLs  FURNISHER.  Debating Society.  The debating society is to be  revived this winter, and the following will be the first question  threshed out: '{Resolved, That  the Hindus should be deported."  Working: Seven Men.  For several days a man named  James Wright, a recent arrival in  town,  acted   so    strangely  that  Wednesday it became  necessary  to take him to the Cranbrook hospital for  safe keeping,    ne seemed slightly  unbalanced - mentally,  and refused to give any information   concerning  himself.   Papers  f.mnd on him showed that ho was  a member of the   Masonic order,  and  the  members in  town   took  charge of him  and  saw  that  he  was well  cared  for.   At last   reports he was improving     Wright  came her from  Fernie,  but prior  to that had  been   in Phoenix for  several years.    He is a   carpenter  by trade, and  has bosn  foraman  on several big jobs.  pose of attending a conference ,of  the Conservative members of parliament from British Columbia,  re in need of J Tlie intention is to formulate a  ��� a piano, see J. H. Hawke, who will; poli.jy hl the interest of the nro-  give you prices and cerms on the \ viuee which wUl be pufc infco eE_  celebrated Heinteman and Giraid feet at.the forthcoming session of  Hcintatnan piauosX Freight pre- parfiamenn.-Rosslaiid Minar.  paid on all pianos^  Messrs. Frazer ct Hutchison, of  the Edison theatre, Cranbrook, intend putting on a moving piecure  show in Moyie some night next  week or the week after.  x  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.  John Walsh at Cranbrook on December 9th. Mr. Walsh was formerly a resident of Moyie, but for  some time his baen connected  with the train service of the C.'  P. R. \  W. G. Poster, representing tha  Nelson Daily News, was in Moyie  yesterday arranging for a write-  up of the camp for its special New  Year 's edition.  ing municiple election  in  Nelson.  Special anniversary services in  the Presbyterian church: ��� Morning at 11 o'clock. Evening at  7:30. Subject, "Calvary aud the  Foreshadowed Cross." Au anthem will be reudered by the  choir and Mrs. Patreqnin will sing  a solo. All are cordi.vlly invited  to attend.  - *No definite action was taken  at the meeting held last Sunday  to discuss the proposed new hospital for Moyie. Dr. King of  Cranbrook was present. Another  meeting was arranged for on  Sunday, the 2O5I1, when it is expected there will be more data on  the subject.  Tom Embleton of Roland has  purchased and is clearing a tract  of land at-Burnaby lake, on which  be proposes ' making his future  home after he has further improved it,'  Cranbrook Dances.  Invitations are out for two big  dances which ar6 to take place in  Cranbrook this month. On Wednesday evening the Odd. Fellows  of that city will give a grand ball,  and on the evening of Thursday,  December 31st, the Brotherhood  of R-iilway Trainmen will give  their eight annual dance.  The postoffiee in Nelson employs  eight clerks and ��� sells S2i,0f-0  worth of stamps yearlj-. The letter carrier system 'will be adopted  when the city contains 12,000  people. .  There is some talk among Oou-  oervatives of offering the party  candidature in Ottawa to il_m J.  G. S. Cdrgeron in the, event of the  seat which" is now held by Sir  Wilfrid Lauder being opened in a  bye-election. c  The Calgary board of tn de  is iu receipt of a letter from tl e  Mountain Lumbermen's association of Nelson, B. 0. The association is taking up the matter o��  holding the lumbermen's convention in Calgary in February next.  School Examination  Protect the   Mules.  Had Money Left.  Machinery Installed.  A C3:vl company in the nockir  Valley, Ohio,  employs   both  and mules.    Ouc   m"i<��   ��.���..=*���. .��������:  TIJE  The receipts from the recent St.  Andrew's celebration amounted  to $00.00 and the expenses in  connection therewith a,mounted  to $89.40, leaving a balance bof  $0,00.' This balance has been  donated to the Christmas tree  fund, The same* committee is  preparing a program for the  Chas. Farrell is working seven Burns anniversary on January  men on the Society Girl property 25th, and any money life over 011  and everything is goiug along that occasion will be giveu for the  .very satisfactorily. benefit, of the fire brigade.  It is expected that by the 20 th  of the present mouth the compressor on the Aurora property  will be working and the machine  drills will be iu use. Tne boiler  inspector will be here next week.  The Aurora, promises to make a  record for itself this winter.  The serai-annual  of the pupils of the Moyie public  school will begin Friday, December lSth, at 10 a. m. In the  afternoon at one o'clock the  children will again assemble,  when a short progiam will be run  ofF. Parents aud others interested are qorduilly invited to attend. X  ing  men  mule   cost %2Q0,  examination jaml ia *>oillfc of wo' k'�� e<l��aIa six  men. The company has this order standing on its b >ok-=;  "When the roof gets weak, take  out   the   muleo".  .���Pay-day,  Last Thursday was Moyie's biggest payday, and the business  done in town was larger accordingly'thau usual. The business j  man report collections very satis-!  Big;  Lead Order.  The Cinsoli'dated Co. recently  received an order from Toronto  for 400 tons of lead. It is being  forwarded as rapidly as possibly  and: must all be enroute by'..the  20th instant.���Rodslaud Miner.  The  Skating Ein&.  The pew skating ii-il( is receiv?  ing weli merited patronage, and  is proving jnst what the town  needed. There are always plenty  skaters when the ice is in 'condition.  factory  BRIQUETTES���For   Sale.  IE; 0. Ivamm or Win. Jewell,  Having Big Sale.  Lewis Bros, ife  Co. are  conduct--  in^   a  bi? cleanup    sale    for   R.  Campbell to Co.    The  Hale open��d.  Sc'e j on the 10i.li and will continue   foj.'  11 days.  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1 "Tlmt's how it Is with hip nn' Gteu-
Ister." the old man coii^wieil. '"When
he {,'01"* tired exi'eriniontin' with this
new Jaw frame of Jiisjo: T'll tipp In an'
do business ou a common sense b-isls."
'"Vou talk ns if,you wouldn't get fair
pi-ay." said irelvti.
"AVe won't/'^nid he. with conviction.
"1 look ou nil lawyers with suspicion,
even to old tiaMfnce.— your uncle,
iskin' your psmlon an' gcttin'Jit. bein'
as I'm a friend an' he ain't 'iio real
relation of yours, anyhow. No, "blr
They're all crooked." '  ■
De\try held the western distrust' of
the legal profession—comprehensive,
unreasoning, deep        •' ' '
• "Is, the old man all the kin you've
"jjot?" lie questioned, when she refused
to fliscuss the uriiter.
"J'e'is—in m way.    I liave a brother,,'
or I hope 1 have, somewliere.    ne ran
away wnen we  were  bolh little tads,
and I haven't seen him since.    I heard
.about him.° indirectly. ,at Skng.vaj-—
three years ago--during tlie big rash to
tli-e Klondike,' but he has "nover been
houie. AVhen 'father died,1 I wt*ut to
live witli'Unele Arthur-some'day.'perhaps, I'll lind iny biotlier.    lie's cruel
. to Hide from me this way.' for-there are
onJy we two left, and I've loved him
always."      * '
She spoke sadly and her mood blended wellci with the'gloom of her companion, so they stared silentjy out over,
tlit? lieaving green waters.
•'It's a good thing me an' Uie kid bad
a little'piece of ni'oney ahead." Uextry"
resumed later, reverting lo the thought
that lay lippermo-it in his mind, ," 'cause
we'd   be   iitf pigainst   it   right,  if   we
Hiadn't. -The boy couldn't have amused
himself none with' Uiese court proceed-
as he went out. lhe tuau mused:
"Gee!    LSronco'ti got the worst eye In
the camp!    Makes im* creep when lie
throws ft on nie with ii at muddy look.
He acted like he was jealous."
At troon tb£ next day, as he prepared
1 to go to the clsim.   Deary's partner
j burst in vpon him.    Glenister was dis-
, beveled,  and  his eyes shone with Ln-
' tense excitement.
"What   d'   you   think   they've   done
j now?" lie cried as greetiug.
"I diinuo.    What is it'/"
"They've broken open the safe and
taken our money."
"What!",
The old man* in turn was on his feet,
(be grudge which be had felt against
t;ioi'ist4*r in tne past tew nays rorgot-
t'm In this common misfortune.
"Yes, by heaven, 'they've-swiped bur
money, our tents, tools,' teams, books,
ho.se and all of our personal property—
cveiythingb They, throw Johnson off
and took (he whole works, l' never
heard of such a thing. I went out to
the claim, and they wouldn't let me
go near the workings. They've got
every mine ou Anvil creek guarded
the same way, and they aren't going
to let us come around even when they
clean up. They told inc so this morning."
"But, look here," demanded Dextry
sharply, "the money in that safe" belongs to us. .That's money we brought
In from the States. The court ain't
got no*'right to it. What kind of o
da mil law is that?" '
"Oh, as to Jaw. they don't pay any
attention t,o It any more." said Glen-
isier bitterly. "1 mqde a mistake In
not killing the'first man that set foot
on the claim. 1 was a sucker, and now
we're up against a stiff game. The
Swedes are iu the same, fix, too. This
last order has loft them groggy."
"I don't understand it, yet,'' said
Dextry.    ,
"Why; It's this way: The judge has
issued what lie calls au'order enlarging*: the powers of the receiver, and it
authorizes McXamaru to,take possession of everything on the claims—tents,
tools, stores and personal property of
all kinds.! It was issued last night
without notice to-our side, so Wheaton
says, and they served it this morning
earl v..'I   went out to  see Me.Vatnara
the ease or long practice and absolul •
surety. Judjje Stillruau gasped au.!
backed against the desk, but Mr.N'a
mara idly swung his leg as he *-at side
wise on the table. His only sign of lu
terest was a quickening of tbe eyes, ij
fact of which Dextry' made mental
note.       „'
"Yes,"  said   the  miner,  disregarding
tbe alarm of the lawyer, "you can weai   '
tliLi vourt iu your  vest pot-Ket like n
Water'oui-y. ir you want to, but if you
don't let ine --.Ji'iie. I'll .uncoil its uialu
spring.    That's all,"
Ife replaced bis weapon and, turning,
walked out the door.
(To be Continued)
THE PANGS OF SCIATICA
FAMOUS NUN'S DEATH.
A   DOGS'  CLUB.
Can Be Cured   by lhe  fair Use of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
Mother  Doyle Assisted   Miss  Florence , Lort£jon>s Luxu'rjous Resort For Aristo-
Ono ff
ror- nn,one
Pains like red i of the n..bl"
Nightingale   In   Crimean  War.
.]-  mob.   inur.'.tii'g   sum-
\hv f«*-i  wh-  -liH r^'1"
l,',md ot wm».-n nil" Tiurs-
]•'!.>• cneo Nn-'iit'.-'ei:!1'.!.'1
THE  OPSONIC  TEST.,
What It Showed the Man Who Smoked
a   Great  Deal. '
Ills friends kuew that he -would rath- i
er miss half au hour of a play  than
ciit short his after dinner  cigar,   and
tbey   were   astonished   when   he   announced that he had quit smoking.' '
"What's the trouble?" he was asked.
"Opsonic test,',' he replied gloomily.
"What in the world is that?" "
"I've been run down of late and feeling pretty blue.   As .there is consumption in  my family,,I consulted a  specialist,   lie saill  1. didn't have .the, disease yet,  hut he would tell  mo what
my  chances  were of  getting  it.     We
are  constantly   breathing  tuberculosis
germs, he explained, but healthy blood
lias the power to destroy them.   So he
took a  drop of  my  blood  and  inoculated   it   with   a   certain   number   of
germs.   In half an hour he examined
It under the mh-roscope and found that
only   half 'as   many   germs   had   been
killed as  should  hare  been/'the case.
Normal, healthy blood is said to have
an opsonic test of 100, so my test was
only 50.   He advised   me to build  up
my strength'by sanitary living—lots of
fresh   air   day   and   night,   plenty   of
sleep, wholesome fotfd aud moderation
In work and pleasure."      ,>    •    ,   .A
"Where does'smoking come iu?" -' -
"lie  said   that-tobacco  had an "ex-r
tiaordi'nary   eO'oct   in   decreasing   the'
power of the blood to destroy germs.'
Some   men   who'smoke  a  great, deal
L, Biown, Wilinob X. S., wa« a victim { ™»"-->   "■'■•"••'   , b {;inn,,r   l*ouVi
of sciatica  and  found  .i  cuie  m  Dr.      «*>'.   M,t.T   of   th■   . ^    nlf r.u'      nUl
Williams'  Pink    PilN.      She say^~ ,\\estii.inrtit    to   *..'U  t   i«> ^ ■
ci.n- rfom'inents  for  lu'r.   and   uuu»
■      ' written lo all the convent-, in liquid
', "ITor a year  I was laid  up with
Williams' Pink  Piiin,  and   I decided J }h*Iri*.i ^"'i'^V1^'"^^^^
to try then,.    I sot  *x hex,'-,, and by    loud    dcnioi.«1n,Moi•»    o     i^t",""1're"
,nnd   approval.    .In   London p"'-> ,,K-
'    '"I dou't trust these,Jim Crow banks
•   no  more   than   I   do'lawyers.'  nc-Itliur.
No,  sirree! ' I   bought a   iron safe wan'
hauled it out to'the mine?   She weighs
1,800, and  we keep our money  locked
up   there.     We've got a   feller  named
r    .Tohnsou   watchin'' it  now.     Steal   it?
.Well, hardly.  They can't bust her open
without a stick of 'giant' which would
roust? everybody, in five miles, an' they
can't   lug    her   off   bodily—she's    too
heavy.    Xo. 'it's sa'fer (here than any
place  I  know of.    There ain'L no ab-
scondln' cashiers an' all that. , Tomor-*
e   fer I'm goin' back to live on the claim
an'   watch   this   receiver  maa   till   tin-
tiling's settled "    . '
^\^!len the girl arose fo an. lie accompanied lipr-Hip'thrmigl^the deep sand of
.  the'lanolike stieet toahe main iuudd.\
tlioroiitflifiire1 of the camp.    As yet .the,
planked and graveled pavements which
later .threaded tlie town were uuknowu'."
,   and the incessant-trallic ha'd worn lhe
.road iuto a'iiu?ig*.nire of chocolate col-
,'   ored   bluhh. .almost   a*cle   deep,   with
', *  which the store fronts, show windows
nnd awnings wore plentifully shot and
spattered from passing teams-;.    Whenever*, a, wagon approai lied  pedeMrhiiis
fled fo (lie siiejfcr of nc/gliiiorhig ,door-
wa.vs, watching a chance to dodge out
again-.   When vehicles passed from the
comparative solidity of the main stieet
out Into (Jie 'morasses (hat constituted
the rest of (he town,  (hey adventured
perilously, their horses plunging, snorting,  terrified,  amid  an  atmosphere of
profanity,    Ib'-cnuraged  nniuials   were
down  constantly, and no  foot passen-
-  gor, e\ en, with rubber boots, M'-.itured
off tbe planks tli.it led fiom house to
bouse.
To avoid n vpinshing team Dextry
pulled his companion clo*-e ui against
the entiance to I ne Northern saloon,
standing before her protectingly.
Although it was late in the afternoon, the Bronco Kid had just arisen
and was now loafing preparatory to
the active duties of his profession He
was speaking will* the proprietor when
Dei try and the girl sought shelter
just without the open ' door, so he
caught a fair though fleeting glimpse
of her as she lla-died a curious look inside. She had never been so close to a
gambling hall before and would have
liked to peer iu more carefully bad she
dared, but her companion moved forward. At tbe first look the Bronco
Kid had broken off In his speech and
stared at her as'though at an apparition. . When she had vanished, he
spoke to Ileilly:
"Who's that?"
Keilly shrugged his shoulders; then,
■without further rjiiostlou, the Kid turned back toward the empty theater and
out of the back door.
lie moved nonchalantly till he was
outside, then with the speed of a colt
ran down the narrow planking between
the buildings, turned 'parallel to the
rront street, leaped fiom boa id to
board, splashed through puddles of
water, till he reached the ne\t alley
Stamping tbe mud from his shoes and
pulling down hi-, -miilm-io. he sauntered out into the main tlioioi ghfare.
Dextry .mtl Jim lompanion had cross
'•d   to   the   other   v,<]u   .m,.   uere   a
broaching,   ,(J   the   gambler  gained   a
fair view of thorn     He searched everv
Inch of the girls lace imkI figure, then
as sbe'made.to turn hqr eves in his direction, be slouched away.    ne followed, however, at: a distance, tilbbe saw
the man. leave her.  then on up to the
. big  holel   he  shadowed   bc*i\     \half
hour   later   he .-was   drinking  -i'n "the
Colden   Gate . Ijarroom   with   an   ac-
(jiiaintnnce who1 ■■ministered to the .'mechanical    details    behind
counter.
"Who's the girl   I
now?"   he inquired.
"I ,  guess    you
niece."
Both   men   spoke   in   (he   dead,   restrained tones that K0 ^ilh lheir <..,■,,.
lugs.
"What's her name?''
"Chester, J think.   Why?   Look good
to you.  Kid?"
Although the other neither spoke nor
made sigii, the bartender construed his
silence ns acquiescence and continued,
■with a conscious glance ut his own re^
flection while he adjusted his diamond
scarfpin: "Well, she can have.me! I've
got it fixed to meet her."
'•Bali.' I guess not," said the Kid
suddenly, with an Inflection that startled the other from his preening.   Then.
tlielr'blood has 'no'effect'whatever ,on
germs. I am fond of (my'cigar, but
when   a   specialist  lecels  an   opsonic
Jngs,  because  they come high.    1  call     _, 	
'em luxuries,, like brandled peaches an' I nnd" when I got there'',1 found him in
silk undershirts. ..     | 0ur private tent' with "the safe'broken l'hnre an  opsonic test of zero-that is,
open
. " 'What does this meaii?' I said. And
then ho showed me the new ".order.
" 'I'm   responsible   to   the. court for
every penny of  this  money,'  said he.
'nnd for*every tool'on  the claim.    In
.view of that I  can't allow you to go
.near the workings.^
'"'Not go  near  the, workings?'  said
I.   'Do you mean you won't let us see
the   cleanups, from   our   own   mine?
How   do   we' .know   we're   getting   a
square deal  if  we/don't'see  the gold
weighed?' '    '     '
",'I'm   an   officer   of   the   court  and
under bond.' said  he, and the smiling
triumph in his eyes made uie crazy
the time I had taken them I was completely cured, and hiiu* n<>t had the
■slightest twinge of flic uouhlc miicc.
I am, therefore, a viy cnthu-iastic
friend of Dr. Wilh..nia' Pink Pills,
and recommend' them to' all who' arc
similarly trouble!."
4There'is no mystcrv ahoutjthe cur**;.
Dr. ■• Williams'aPink Pills make. They
act upon the blood, enriching
purifying it, and in this way feed the
nerves and reach the root of the dis-
■easc., That-,is why they cure such
common ' ailment- n-» anaemia, .pimples aiidpoc/.ein'i.qindij.'fstiou, rheumatism, neuralgia, St. Vitui dance, paralysis, and the incgulanties in health
of'growing,'girls and women. Sold hy
all medicine/dealers or by mail at (W
cents"'a box, or six boxes for' $'250
from the Dr. Williams''.Medicine Co.,
Brockville,' Out. .   '
ceived'tlu* benediction of Dr. Man-
ning. Sailing from Portsmouth, they
traveled ncioss Fr*mc<\ cmharkinR
Again at Marseilles. ' Thoy had ' u
\YrPlf,*l.<»fl piiR«;ip(. on the old ijgyptus
io Gallipoli. v'h-re they disembarked,
>[iss Xichtinga!*' hnd-pol work"nt hrst
for the new arrivals at,.Scutari.'but aa'
the    hotel
saw coin.e  in  just
mean    the    judge's
" 'You're a lying thief,' I said, looking at him square* 'And you're going
too far. You piayed me for a fool
once and" made it stick,'but itc won't
work twice.' ' ,      ;. *"
"Tie   looked   injured   and   aggrieved
and called in Voorhees. the marshal.   I
can't'grasp, the thing  at all. yEverybody  -'seems'   to   'be,  against    us—the
judge, the,marshal, the prosecuting at-,
torney,  everybody.     Yet they've done
It all according to law! they claim, and
have tlie soldiers to hack them up."
'    "It's just^ as   .Mexico   Mulllns  said.",
Dexfry stormed."  "There's a deal on of i
some kind.    I'n! from' up to, the hotel
an' call on  the judge myself.    I aiu't |
never  seen   him   nor   this   MeNamara
either.     I   ullus  want   to  look   a  man
straight In tho eyes once, then I know
what course to foller in my dealin's."
"You'll find them both." said-Glenis-
ler. "for MeNamara rode into town
behind me."
The old prospector proceeded to tin*
Golden Gate hotel and incpiired for
li'dge Siilhnan's room. A hoy attempted to take his name, but he seized
him by the scruff of the neck and sat
him in his seat, proceeding unannounced to tbe suit, to which he had
been directed. Hearing voices, he
Knocked and then, without awaiting a
summons, walked In. "
The room was fitted like an office.
"i(h desk, table, rj pewriler and law
books. Other rooms opened from it on
both .sides. Two men were talking
earnestly—one gray haired, smooth
shaven and clerical, the other tall, plc-
bii-osque and masterful. With his first
glance the miner,knew that before him
were the two lie had come to see and
that in reality he bad to deal with but
one, tbe'big man who shot at him the
\c\n\ glances.
"We are engaged." said the judge;
"very busily engaged,-sir. Will you
'■•ill again in ball' an hour?"
Dextry looked hi in over carefully
from head to foot, then turned his
back on him ami icgarded the other.
Neither he nor MeNamara spoke, but
their eyes were busy, imd each instinc-
thciy knew that beie was a foe.
"What do you want?" MeNamara Inquired finally.
' I just dropped in to get acquainted
My name is Dextry—Joe Dextry—from
cut.-, where west of the Missouri An'
your name Is MeNamara, ain't It? This
iieic. 1 leckon, is jour little French
poodie-uh?" indicating Stillman.
"What do j on mean?" said MeNamara, while the judge murmured'in-
dignantly.
"Just   what   I   say.     However,   that
•■mi't  what   I   want  to  talk  about.    I
don't  take no stock  in  such  truck as
judges au". lawyers an' orders of court
Thoy ain't intended to be took serious
They're all right for children an'  easterners  an'  n on compos  mentis people,
I s'pose. but I've always been my own'
judge, .jury an' hangman, an' I aim to
coiitinue  workin' iny  legbslatif. e.xecu-
tif'a.n' judicial duties to tbe end of the
siring;     You look out!    My pardner is
young  an'  seems, to  like   the  idee of
lettin', somebody else run bis business,
so, I'm  goin'  to give him  rein aud let
him   amuse   himself   for   awhile   with
your dinky   little   writs   an'   receiver'
ships.    But don't go too far.    You can
rob  the   Swedes,   'cause   Swedes   ain't
entitled  to have no  money,  an'   some
other crook ijwould get it if you didn't
but  don't illlay   me   an*   Glenister   fer
Scandinavians,    it's a mistake.    We're
white  men,  an'*   I'm   apt   to  coma  ro-
rnancin' up-here-with one of those an'
bust  you   so   you   won't   hold
durln' the ceremonies."
With   his   last   words   he   made   tlie
slightest   shifting   movement,   ouly   a
lifting   shrug   of   the   shoulder,  yet  in i
jjii3  palm  lay   a six   shooter,    rie  had '
'Hipped it from his- trousers band  with
"test all .cocked and' primed at"your
'head aud„says, 'Tobacco or your life,'
what'are you going to "do but throw up
your hands?"—New, York Tribune.
.DESOLATION .ISLAND.';.
Kerguelen   Land   Is  a   Region   of   Per-
K , petual Storms.
,Of all places on earth outside tho
arctic and antarctic regions Kerguelen
Land, In the Indian ocean, is the most)
isolated and inhospitable. 'Indeed.cit
Is generally known ,to mariners not by
its o'flicla! title, "but as'Desolation is-
laud. < ' ■
Most nations have owned it bjbturns,
but it has been sooner or later abandoned by themtall as worthless, and
this although' it covers a'n'.area variously estimated at from 1.300 to 2,000
square miles. At present'France istin
nominal possession of it, she having
aiuiexed.it iii.lSD3. '      " ,   >    -
The  soil   is  utterly- barreD.    Tracti-'
cally the whole of the interior is cov-
I ered -with   snow   fie'Jds   of   unknown"
I depth,   whence glaciers   flow i down   to
I lhe   sea.    Where   there   are   no, snow
fields tliere are  morasses and' bidden,
treacherous mud holes.
The climate Is probably the worst in
the world. Terrific tempests foiiow one
another practically without ceasing
and are accompanied b.Atorreuts of ice
,cold rain, hail, sleet and snow. The
Challenger expedition spent a month
there, during which time, there were
'only three fine days. And this was in
December-January, when it is midsummer in those latitudes.
Its discoverer, .M. Kerguelen Trorna-
rcc,"although at first he professed to be
enraptured with it, lived to confess
that it was unfit for human habitation.
"Not even Eskimos," he exclaimed,
"could exist there."—Pearson's. '
A certain man had a disastrous'experience in gold mine speculations.
One day a number of colleagues were
discussing' the subject of speculation,
when, one of" them said to this speculator: ','.... i, A
' "Old "chap, as an expeit, give us a"
definition,of' tlip. term 'bonanza.'3'
"A 'bonanza,''" replied the experienced man, with emphasis, "is a hole
in the ground owned by a champion
liar!",—Pick-Me-Un.
mcl i soon :>.si Christmas was over -4ie found
' calls for live, among whom was Sister
Man-  Alpv«ius,  at , the   General   Hospital.    IlJre her first duties were in
th" stores. *
They followed the 'campaign through
and i on their return to Dublin the
sisters were received wilh ever>\ manifestation of affection, a grand Te
Deum was sunp, and a High Mass of
UmnkscivinB offered. Subsequently
Sister Mary vAloysiiss went to the con-1
vent at Gort, where her sister is still
living. But.' though'living in quiet,
her services had not, been forgotten,
and in the venf of the Diamond. Jubilee Queen Victoria, conferred upon her
thn decoration of tho Royal Red Cross.
cratic Canine Pets.
Londcn Is the only city io (he world
boasting a dogs' club. The club is iu a
pleasant suit of rooms near tbe Troca-
dero and close to Kegent sti'eeL Hand
some rup-s cover the (loon*, the' win.
Clown are veiled In lace anil silk, and
luxurious sofa.*1 are ranged ttgufnut th*?
walls, while a profusion of soft pillows are scattered about for the comfort of nrfstocrpHc, dogs who prefer
ihe floor for a nap. Dainty satin lined
wicker baskets are provided ' for the
smaller pets. .The lneinbcrshlp feu*,'Is
half a sovereign, but this docs.-not Include meals, baths or tips-to the-attendants, '
Ladies going shopping or to the theater leave their pugs and poodles at the
fh-l* and give Hit* nil£mlant in charge
(it the time a few shillings for looking
after it, but If the dog tIs fed' hn)f n
crown Is ehnrgod. This pays for n mut*
ton chop and mill:. A.' whole crown
provides the little nnlmnl with minced
chlckfn. lfor,i half sovereign Fido Is
bathed, brushed and perfumed, aud it
he Is'a French poodle.hta hiiir is carefully curled. A veterinary Is nttnehed
to-the club to rc'« that only dogs In '
perfect, health are Admitted, nil sick
members being (|iiar.intlned ln'a,sepa
rat»» room. Blanket*, boots, collars.
I ■anient-', soaps, and brushes and all the
accessories off a fashionable dogV toilet as well as (log'nn»(!iicities are sold at,
the cIub.-t-New York Press,  ''   A-
mm n PE-ii
A,PENSION REVELATION.
A Pill that Proves its Value.—Those
of weak stomach will find strength in
iParmeiee's Vegetable Pills, because
they -serve to maintain the healthful
action of'the stomach and thci liver,
irregularities in which are most distressing/ Dyspeptics .are .well acquainted with' them and value them
"at.their,proper worth. They have.affordedr relief''when other preparations
have' failed, and have effected cures
in*.ailments of long standing where
other medicines,.were found unavailing.   ,.-       -   , •    '       ,   '    .   ■
■      '    ,      Be.\VHat^Yo^u,Are.,,     »
Be    passion's    slave,   'be    pleasure's
thrall—        "  '   -        X    '
Butrbe'itvutterly, all in all!
Be not to-day,'to-morrow,oone, ■        '
'Another when a year is'gone,
Be what you are wiih all vour heart;
And not  by pieces'and in part.
.   L  '   , —Henrik Jbse.n.
Irishman   Proves   to ' Have   Lived   III
.Years  In One Parish.
, May a romanccc is being revealed
through .the investigation of the1
claim3 for old age pensions. Among
the' applicrfntspin Ireland is Charles
Kelly, who live3 in the parish of In-
ver, among the wild mountains near
the little, town of .Mount Charles,
Donegal.
This wonderful old man has reachci;l
the remarkable afe of 111, but his'
sight and, hearing 5arc, still fairly
good, and his interest in the working
of the little holding on .which1 he1
resides (and "which is now owned by
r, '' A Candid Critic. p ,
"A, criticism  that'has   helped  tne~ a
greas deal ;in my' jvork  came  from  n
man  to whom I took a pleUiro 'to be,
•framed."  said  n  young   woman   who'
"upends much of her time copying'in the
Metropolitan, Museum of Art, "As tbe
picture orogressi'd' my ,frletidfl told 'me'
'It xyns ••iicb'Smne of the other copyfstK
said "It bad value, character, good coloring ami all those things, nnd even one,
of the guards" hi tho gallery -fiOtVea^
friendly one day and remarked that Jt
was the best copy of'that picture lu*
ha'dseen. I hegaudo think (hut n;ayb€i_
after all/ my 'several' yearsr6l 'stilly
were liecinuiiig'to bear /rulL At the
franier*'* J picked out a nice frame, ^urt,
Ijie fr.-isncr liegan to figure on tlie Cost."*
"Til tell ,yon. miss.' he said,* 'thrtt'
frame -will come, to $3.9S. ,,lt\ 1 ,werv.
you i'<l,get'"somethlng chenppr for'that
picture.' "—New York Sun.l ,  „ '
b   j — • , ,    ,'
A Cure ior Rheumatism.-—A,,pajnljil,
and i'persistent form ,o£ brheumalism
is caused by hhpurities In tho blood,'
tho result of dofective action of the
liver and kidncyi*. The blocl .,be-
come.-3 tainted by the introduction of
uric acid/i which cuimeS iliuch pninjn
.   '  b        . MRS. r. CARR?
tArRS.  F.*C\itl.\    Viawbr-l ul
\ls\nf, «ntc:    ' ,-' ^\
■"'For
.       . „." aeveml  y.-«r« 1  aw sjrt
with ealairh. \s\.\ !■ rjmdt.,lti,
den      The,   coughing '""-and 'Xtl
which   oeconri<ajj>il iho'jw"^!
,  "The ccjunplmint fiupJlv hu
the stomijpli and'l wtm m »»tlfr|
condition;1 A   , '■
■J'l tried ^different rernediei irJt,
besfproffspiorml trfnimcnt n\\\J.
r "Jb'innlly, nh a. lust n^orj, j^S
Peruna upon'tlu* n-crtr*ji*tendjt'-»J
my sisier iu llaniilton,
'•[ 'could fee    pbiaiiy", Inipri-^
arsd i.flfU-3*;   »sfug   foiirUiijl^-j,!
prefcloiis niojliWac' 1 *&<< UtU,$<
iigain, my,old iiouh'i' Uii-faa^l
ly nthinj; or tin; part. •... B
v'fTo-dn,v {I, would nal laitnbA
Rand dollars for tvhst tai, iwA#\
icinc Ihik done for nn?(" ^ |
j'Perwjnyis'a nnivii-aliy'tfajil
eat'arrli' reined V.J I ttil! rAw tfa\
iit i,W lrtosfc ob^tjiiJite form   '-
,''' '•?  '•'   ' A' Smile ttr Two.   ,,
" ifrs. ,Stnhh—-Now, u<>xn<.*i ve il
hn|<ulsivc,; ,like    }>m-  ii'vu TS;i|
waj"aj*iii?iwurc thi'ir'word*
";Mr..'' Stubh ..jwiili -n *.ip,\j-^
Home of''tlioiii'would on!) gl^fef
measure { -
thp tissues, and-,iii the,'Joints," Par
. . v     .        , - ... j,-    molee'1-: Vegetable  Pi US ale, known to
his youngest son a sprightly youth ,mve offaetet] "many'remarkablo cures^
of^sixtjO is unnbated.__     ^    ^   ^.      and .thoi'i; use i.S'strongly'rcconiiuend-'
ed.i CA   tr,inl   of  them   will ^'convince
<__  E?peaf, it:—" Shiloh's Cure will always cure my coughs and colds."
In New, York city considerable more
than one-half of all ' the people, or
about 2,800,000 persons, have deposits
in  the savings banks. ."
As a vermifuge ,there is nothing so
potent as Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, and it can. be given to
the most delicate child without fear
of  injury   to the  constitution. ,
Mr. .Kelly was born about 'three
miles from -Mount Ch'arles, and has
never lived out of the" parish of lnver.
He practically created the-Jittle' house
and holding out of the barren mountain side on which it' stands, .lie,
jokes wit)*,, animal ion on the labors of
,bis er.rly, days, when" he carried on
his back from the, , adjoining moors
every stone for the' construction of
his. house. Seen from ra distance the
little farm,', marked by a few trees,
stands* ont like an'-.oasis ' amid-' the'
des°rt of barren , brown heath with
which it, is surrounded.,      ■'
The old'man had a'vivid, recollection of the struggles he underwent in
tiding over the awful year3 of the
Irish famine, but, remote as he has
always bf>en from towns and unable
to read or write, he has but little recollection , of historical or political
cvnts' which took place during his
life. , •
anvone of their vdlu»
So your son Josh is going'lo'lavj
school K* '  '
*\ es..   ,an->, verefl T, ormer, Conitossel.   ^^^^ psvciuiio-ioaf -flab
^'J10- .d?ni ')!?>r M0, 't«nU6n: wlwt;  e«n ..briuis forward »*'^ **
ever ,to  his   books.    1, guess;, maybe *j0r- „forrt:—Qb<wJi
4hft'd n-golng-tOiVbe one of these" hero
unwritten   lawyers.''
rsi/siDiiE^isj.
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Too Cheap.
The class at kirk had been reading
the story of Joseph and his brethren,
and it came to the turn of the visiting
minister to examine the boys.
The replies to all of his questions had
been quick, Intelligent and correct,
such as:
"What great crime did these spns of
Jacob commit?"
"They sold their brother Joseph."
"Quite correct.  And for how much?"
"Twenty pieces of silver."
"And what added to the cruelty and
wickedness of these bad brothers?"
A pause.
"What made their treachery even
more* detestable and heinous?"
Then a bright little fellow stretched
out an eager hand.
"Well, my man?"
"Please,   sir,   they   telt   him
cheap."
The newest thing in freak photography in Egypt is posing for photographs in cardboard sphinx moulds
and mummy cases. A hole is left
where the face of the sphinx should
be, and Kngli<.]i and American faces
peer out crom this vantage upon the
phofogiapher. Exceptionally live
mummy effects are made in the same
way.
Repeat
it: —"Shiloh's Cure will always
cure   my   coughs    and    colds."
ower
together
Very Nearly Trouble.
"ITorace. you don't love me as you
used to."
"Not altogether, my dear. When we
were first married I loved you for 3our
beauty. Now I love you for your real
worth, your 111,111; excellencies of miud
and heart and for jour"—
"So. Horace Iliggsworthy! You think
I've got entirely over my good looks,
do you?  Let mc tell you, sir"—    A
"And for .your unfailing sweetness of
disposition, my dear."
Uncertain whether to go ahead and
scold him just the samp or to indulge
in a good cry. she compromised by
doing neither and fell to daruing his
socks with renewed energy.
it is said that when Macaulay, a
boy of six, was asked lo have some
more pudding, 'he' politely _replied,
"Thank you I have enjoyed an ample
sufficiency."
This sage reply *is matched by a
little Cleveland girl, who, when offered a second frosted cake, showed
her excellent training by answering,
"Mamma has directed 'mc to always
lefrnin from taking a second piece of
anything."
it is giratifying to know, however,
that the childish nature promptly rc-
ns'-.orted itself ■.■.hen the little maid
added *
"But yoii can lay it on my plate, if
you please."—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.
Bill Smith is a Bucks county storekeeper, and la<-t spring he came down
to Philadelphia to purchase h"is stock
of goods foi the summer trade.' The
goods weie shipped immediately and
reached his store hefoie he did.
Among the lot of cases and packages
was a bo:: '-hapod something like a
eoflin. When Bill's wife saw this one
she-uttered a scream and called for .1
hammer. The drayman,' hearing her
shrill cries, rushed in to see what tlie
trouble was. The wife, pale and faint,
pointed to- the following inscription
on the box:. "Bill inside."— Philadelphia'Ledger. ".' *....'
The   Premier's  Trick. ,
At a m°cting in Liverpool on one
occasion MrX Asouilh b-'gan1 a' sentence, stopped in ihe middle of it, and
took a .gulp of water from a tumbler
be=idp him. The audience roared.
"Ah," said the Premier, "that's a
trick I learned1" of Bob Lowe. -'If you
stop to drink at the end of a oen-
tence, depend upon it some -other fellow will pop. up to cut you, short.' he
said." As an eximnle of the' Premier's wit. the following might be recalled, t- One of the first law cases, in
which Mr, Asquith came into prominence 'was the famous trial of ITnwke
v. Dunn, when . the Anti-Gambling
League did their utmost to .prohibit
batting'on Ke.mpton Pork race course.
Mr.. Asquith appeared for the league,
and argued that the course was "n
place within thn meaninu-of the act."
Durinc the he.irinsr various more or
less acceptable theories were put forward as, to what did not constitute
a* plpcc. "Suppose." said Mr. Justice Wricht, 'T were to give you an
•ixca marked bv the merich'ans of
longitude. Would that constitute a
plfco in your oninioiTp Mr. Asquith?"
"That, my lord." was Mr. Asquith's
instant and witty retort, "would be*
merely   a  matter of   degree."
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"Setting the River on Fire."
In old English times, when .each
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It sometimes'happened that an energetic man..would turn Ills sieve-so rap
idly as to cause it to' catch (Ire. , The
style of sieve used In those days was
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Sun    Melts   Ore.
A citizen of Johannesburg. South
Africa, has come forward with an invention that will revolutionize the
smelting of ores, tho heat of the sun
being the only heat required.
The inventor uses a metal cylinder
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smaller end is a carbon crucible cn-
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the rays of which are focused into the
crucible, which very soon becomes
white hot. Pieces of metal p>aced in
the, crucihlc ore rapidly melted, the
temperature being 2,550 degreea.
Ideas of the Soul.
The old Egyptians 'thought the soul
was'a.;bird with a.humaii face and human hands,' which, on the death of
him in whom it dwelt .011 earth, Hew
lo the gods, Its kin. Drawings and
sculptured figures, show this, little
winged soul, sometimes represented as
perched by the sarcophagus, touching"
the mummy. In a last farewell before
It rose In heavenward flight.   '
Among the Greeks the souh'-wnn
thought of as a tiny human figure, la
Homan days thn butterfly was taken as
its symbol. In mediaeval pictures and
reliefs we see-it leaving the mouth of
the dead, either as a, child or as a tiny
naked man-as, for example,, is shown
in the C.'impo .Santo of Pisa in Oren-
'gnu's fresco of tbo "Triumphi of
Death." l ,        bl.
In northern lands wo lonrn from
folklore the soul not seldom left the
body as a mouse, or a snake. It was
on the former superstition that tho
story of the bishop of Uatto win,
based and also, as some say, that of
the    Pied  Piper of Darnellr!." '
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u THE    LEADER,     MOYIE,     BRITISH     COLUMBIA.  COSTA   RICA.  She  NDS COVERED WITH  -or three weeks "I 'actually  to' be fed ' like one feeds a  because thy hands and  5s were1 ' so'- covered ��� with  ���ma that ' they < had to be  id up all the time."  bat, is lhe experience of , Miss  jk M. AlcSorley, of 75, Gpre Street,  ' Ste. Marie. She add* : " I'  not'hold spoon nor fork.' From  lips to elbows'the dreaded dbeisc  ��d; my finger nails came off and my,  Jt,was one raw ma��s. The itching  fehc pain wrre alnioi.1 excruciating.'  61 ,thr��e months of this torture and  jfe lime amputa^ipo was discussed." ���  Zam-Buk   alone , saved ' piy   hintlj  araii.'    I persevered with it and in  nd'had aiy reward.' To-day, T am  I jtoinpleltly'of everjylrate'of the  3al eczema, and  I  fervently Jiope  Sufferers   fr<Sm   j��in   disease-_may  of ray    c*��'e   and   lhe - miracle  It'Bulc has worked,"   >-      ''.   , ���-  <  , . ,       '  ** ' '   \  n-Buk is without rqual for eczema,  Ro'r'm, ulcers, abwesir-,"pile's, cracked  (ti, cold torei, chapped placet, ,and  kin injuriei and ribra^es,-, Druggists  |�� tores at' 50 cents''a-box, 'or, foil  Jiom Zam-Kulc, Co., Toronto; for  BJBjrprce.. You are,'Warned against  -peious, Jub;limtesr_��ometime* offered  tjusl ns jjoodb'    ^ . >   ,      ,,       A  Has    Not    Much    Need    For    Her I  Army, Such as It'Is. .,     j  While for generations Cecrral Amer- j  lea has been tlie scone offrequent rev- 1  olufions nn.l nearly all of the countries  there have been torn asunder hy civil  wars, yet Costa Rica lias been exempt  from these Internal strifes and lias remained peaceful and loyal to the con-  sUtuted authorities. She stands out today ns a conspicuous, exception' to her  Ulster republics,' and practically without 11 navy aiitJ with an army of less  than a thousand men, the country Illustrates; In'the habits of the people,  ,in their cordial greeting to foreigners  7iud fprcign capital, in the confidence f  shown in each other and In the justice of the government, that the arta  of peace are the best paying Investment any nation can make. Her array'  Is rarely needed.'and,during'an Interview .which I * had with her distinguished president, Cleto Gonzales Virtue;*:, he told' me that revolution at  home was out of-the question, and as  Costa Itlca had not had a claim from,  a foreign'country for fifty.years-there  (-\vns not inu'rh JJkellhood of an army  , being needed to fight a foreign fop.  ' Any healthy Cospa Rlcan between  ���the agi���� of eighteen and forty may enlist ��� In the army. Tin? soldiers are  usually, from flic* poorer class and  come friini the ruml districts,'many of  them bPhy; of iadlati descent and har-  , ing very I Kile'education. The'period  ol\enlistment* is only four mouths, and-  iit the expiration of that time they  may 'go ,to. their   homes  or  re-enlist,  Always Exciting.'* '   -   p'  sited E. R, Thomas'and found  ing well .after his -motor acei-  :s:,iiil a "member of tho Automo-  uh  of  America.    "Thomas,  aa  ���,'iiled against our-bad.'roads.  3aid that a friend who lived in  Jnlry hail been in to'sep'him.P"  fe country is nil'rights-  in  'ihe.  |r,'  Thomas   admitted.'  ,hui   in  and wintci -don't- you1 .find ' it  ��� ������        -   ���-   ,       - , ���  11?* dfliuylhu* other, .^ 'So; in-  \Vhy, out our'way'St'uiie'"motor,  jollier gets-stuck'in the mud  light'."  ...   a-    .    A  iwhlcl^tnan^ of them do. While the  greater part of Xthe-time Is spent nt  ��� drills, four,months' practice!is hardly  sufficient to make a well'disciplined'  soldier, even If he Is anxious to'learn'  nnd applies ^himself, assiduously, and  the Costa Mean soldier' has- both of  tliese.qualltles. The army'uniform is  ,blue chick;'and' many of the men are  without shoes���as one of, them said* to  me, .becnyse" lie preferred It through  force' of'habit iand 'because he was  more comfortable. In his bare feet TCe  ,was reared;, in, a , village'where Boys  rarelyXwbre shoes, and as he grewfo  manhood,the' habit still clung to hira.-  Loslio's "Weekly."    "- '     -  .  How To  _. 1  Gain FSesh  Persons have been known to  ' gain a pound a day by taking an  ounce of Scott's Emulsion. It  , is strange, but it often happens.  , Somehow,the ounce produces  the pound; it seems to start  the digestive machinery going  properly, so that the patient is'  able to digest and absorb his  ordinary food,which he could  not do before, and that is tlie  Way the gain is made.  A* certain amount of flesh is  necessary for health; ii you  have not got it you can get it  , by taking  SCOTT'S  EMULSION  Send this advertisement together with n��oie  ' of paper In which It appears, your address and  four cents to cover postage, and we will stnd  you a "Complete Handy Atlas of the World." '  ���"   ,        SCOTT &BOWNE  12G WellimUoa Slxeet W- TORONTO, O.VE,   -  MISGUIDED  GENIUS.  ie need .endure-the~-a'gony, of  jrith LtollowayVCorh ���Cure'ai'  remove thenib"    .    , '  alii Logue,'during- ni=A\'isilr t  ha Hills/was-, asked-how many  a pieudier could,,prepare in  F, Cardinal; l.ogucpanswered;  |ie preacher i'n a inarf of' extra-  ability he can  prepare  oue  if a man of average, ability,  la blockhead, ten  of twelve."  Siiigton Star. s     '' s  JSIOO REWARD, $100., f  pearlers of this paper will o.*  jto ieanivthat there is nt least  |aded disease'that science hn.<-  ale to cure in all its stages.  jit is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  the only positive cure now  to the medical fraternity.  Jbeing'a constitutional disease,  a constitutional treatment.  Uatairh Cure is tal-fen intern-  jjiting directly upon the, h-opd  icqus surfaces of the, system.  t destroying the foundation of  |eas'e, and giving the' patient  by'building up the constitu-  ��� assisting,nature in doing its  The proprietors have so much  J|its curative powers that they  _!)ne Hundred Dollars for any  that it fails to cine. Send for  IS.lestimr.nials.  F. J. CHENEY & Co..  ^Druggists, 75c Toledo, O.  r,i Some Names 'lip Harvard. -  *    Three points bf( the compass are here  ���North,  South : and .'West���and', there  are Easton and Eastman, but no East  rier'e.   too,  are .England,��� France,   Ireland and Wales-in full and the dwellers of many other countrles'-T-viz. Dane.  nun. Lombard, English,, French, Scot,  Dutch/ Pollak,   Korman, -Rhlnelander.  "Germain. Irish, Switzer and Welch. At  1 a, glance  we  discover  Fayerweathpr,  Cloud, ,?>ogg.(. nnd - Galq, ; Frost   and  , Snow;   Rivers,   Eddy  and'^ Ford;' -17111.  -Highlands,  floors.   Field ^and * Mead-^  ows;   Pool,J'poml.   Lake,' Shore,   Lee!-  . riarbor, ITafen. Whorf,'Dockand Pier;  'Day,'N'oonand .Morrow, .but no Time;  Spring.'...Summer  aud^WfnterPbut no  Autumn.-, The  ouiy  Doubt -who- eve/  . took a"degree at narfafd graduated Id  17-17.*- Just'fdr'tybyears' hiter.than' Devo  tion!   Gamble;-'Hazard, Risk" and'LucL-  are" all' on the roil...The' body,_too,"l8  rcprpsented' by.^neail,   Artns,'   Hand,  -Leggp-Shlnn,"*'Withers nnd   Foot.   For  lwenr  .tliere 'are   Brogan   arid- Boole,  Bonnet.' Belt, Capps, Collar, Cape, 'and  so,on.   Blight, Dole'and'Paine are balanced'by  Blls*s and  .Joy,   Wanton  by  .Yirtue,    Noyes   by   Still,    Moody.. and  Cross" by   Smile  and   Gay, '"'Stout  by  Lecn.   Short Nby   Long,   Far  by   Nye,  Savage by Sweet, Pdonby Rich.���Harvard Graduates' Magazine.  ',', , Absent-minded Genius.' -��j  ' ,Tlie' abaejit-ihindedness ,, of ���' .great  thinkers is a well known phenomenon.  W'hen Morse bad completed his wonderful telegraphic system he confess.-.,  ed to a'difficulty which appeared almost insurmountable. "As long as  poles can be used," he said to a friend  one clay; "it is easy. But, what must,  be done when we ���epme' to a* bridge?  Wp cannot nee poles there, and tho  wire would break of its owri weight  without some support.',*, . A       '  '"Well,"; replied the 'friend, "why  not fix the wires to the bridge?';,  - IMorse looked*at him thoughtfully  for a moment, and then ��� exclaimed,,  "I never thought'of that. 'It's the  very   thing.',' ,        ,,.  '-This inM'anoe of mental concentration on one 'leading idea to fhe�� ex-  ' elusion, of all, others is almost as'remarkable asXthat told of 'Sir Isaac  Newton, who cut a hole in his study  door 10 allow his 'favorite cat to'come  and go freely, and then ciit a-smaller  ���one .for the use of 'her kitten.���Dun-,  dee Advertisei. "- A     '.'   ' ��  A  Sculptor  Who  Devoted   Himself to  Producing   Fake   Antiques.  One < of the most astonishing examples of genius' devoting itself to  forgery was that of (lie Ttalian Bas- f  tianini. Born in 1S30 in'1 the rnidst ot  abject poverty, lie had, properly  speaking, no systematic education,  either literary or artistic. But he  had real genius.  An ,1 "������ icjuarian of' the name of  Freppi employed .him for 40 cents  per day to' produce "antiques" which  might be sold at a good profit. So  thib became Basfianini's life work ���  ,the production , of forgeries.  One of his most celebrated works  is lhe, bust, of S.ivonarola Persuaded that here was a real fifteenth  century bust, two public spirited  gentlemen collected $2,000 and pur-  ���"ha>-ed it^from Freppa to prevent its  sale and exportation.  One eiific, Dupre, declared that 'ie  must assign it to Michelaneflo' for  its fprce and to KobUa for the ex-  quisiteness, of its, treatment,'regard-1  ing it as , a wonderfully beautiful  work'' of art.  Sir Prederick Leighton, the npted_  English painter, having received if  photograph, placed it. "like a nrtered  image, at thei head of hi? b��d." Jt  is said that the Grand Duchess Mane  of Russia and Lippart seriously  thought of'huihling ft temple tohmipe  this 'wonilfrful  hit of art.     f  But, 'notwithstanding the plaudits  of, those wbf* "knew," the bust wa��  a fake.'  Rumors' baring become, '���ur-  To Redder  e B!  SHOULD BE AIM  OF WEAK,   N��R-  VOUS,   DIZ2Y,   PALE   PEOPLE.  REDDEN  BLOOD  WITH  Dr. A. W. Chase's  A   LAUNDRY  HINT.  llich, iea blood.  That is what pale, nervous, weak  people need.  Ked blood to form new cells and  ti.sfcues. to invigorate the neives, to  itrengtiienr(,lpe'heart's action, to give  energy and vigor-to the,organs of the  body.  The elements from which mature  forms  rich, ��� red   blood  are   found   in  YOU NEED FEAR  IT NO LONGER  �������������� r  GRAVEL WARDED  OFF AND CURED  BY DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  'Turpentine    Prevents    Silk    Stocking!  From' Fading.. '    ���  ���  There was ,once a time when black  siik stockings were conquered fashionable with every toilet, but now it has  ! become the fashion among well dress-  i ed women to have everything match,  ' and from the crown of the head to the  tip of the toe must be a blending of  one color, whl<h does not permit of the  hard contrast, of a black shoe and  stocking against, a ligh.t^gawn.  Tbe only trouble wTth siliiTstocklngs  is tbe  washing of them.   If the laundress is not an expert In that line a I  delicate  and   expensive   pair  can   be ] ���henc.,vr it h rnentlohed  " ,������  -'1  easily ruined  . The best way Io to nil a basin with  ���warm' -water and soapsuds. Let the  stockings soak a few minutes/then rub  condensed    and    easily   .assimilated   gently-and rinse ngain with water of-j  rent that the. pieeet of terra eo'.tn v.<\?  not -what .it/purported to,.be, one of  the' purchasers abruptly demanded  of   Basfifiiiini  one | day  ntj hi?  woi,k-  , shop, whether he wis tlie creator of  the bust. And"he admitted that he  wns. ' "        *   '      '  But this was not .the, only c-".it  "success" of .Bastianini. A lerra  coita -bust of, Renevieni, a sixteenth  centurv poet of - Florence, was regarded ns '.t contemporary -work' cf  art and purchased by the Louvre for  $2.G00canil installed in a room-containing   work   of   Michelangelo'  hlm-  ���self. ' ' "  ALEXANDRA/AT.'HOME.  "For Frost Bites' and Chilblains���  Chilblains come from undue*exposure  to slush and cold and frost-bite from  the icy winds of winter. ' In the treatment "of either there is no better preparation'than-Dr. Thomas' Ecleetnc  ,OiI, as it counteracts the infltunmation  and'relieves the* pain. .The action, of  the oil'id instantaneous 'and its" application'is, extremely  simplcy.      '   i  "That 'is 'old,, Allrock's ''daughter,  who. married a"'count; her wealth* is  couritless.", *,v '''-���    " ,  ���  "And she.wishes slie���were."p  '_' 'Repeat'.'it:���"Shiloh'sCure will  always cure my coughs and colds."  ' Among1, biids-the swan lives to.be  the oldest,, in extreme cases reaching 360 years., The falcon hag'been  known to liye over 102 years.   .  5\n   Absurd   Expression.  .7.   Garnett,   writes   to     the  Saturday Review, protesting  the phrase, "By*the skin of  ,h," us recently used, by a  own court official in "lie of  ic addresses. Dr., Garnett  ut that "these words so gen-  Si'd   are   not* only  a   ltii's-quo-  but a perversion of the  convoyed in the poem by  text. Reference to the Book of  20. will hIiow the protago-  inude to say, not 'I am oteap-  llii' skin of my teeth,' hut  e skin,' inclining, not 'I  have  uitli   great     ditliciilty.'     but  e   of   (���vrrything   I   iio-^^csscd.  the    teeth    arc   dent it lite      cf  Dr.      Garnett     couclii(lo��:  tier  is  appropriate and   forei-  former an  absurd  m.-taphor.  Is high timo it, were iclegated  une  ealegorj- as 'creating    a  toin,'   and   similar     corrupt.  Only Self Supporting. ,  It Is told that,Cyrus Lelaud, while  pushing bis candidacy for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, wrote  a letter to a Kansas farmer asking  hi in for his support at the primary.  "Answer this letter, daughter," said  the farmer to his ,flfteen-year-old girl,  of  whose penmanship he -was proud,  DELICATE'CHILDREN ,  ' MADE WELL AND .STRONfl  The little ones are,.frail Their hold  upon life is slight. At the very first  sviiiptoms of trouble Baby's Own Tablets should be given. This medicine  cures colic, sour stomach, indigestion,  diarrhoea, constipation, toothing troubles and other minor-ailments. It is  equallv good'for the new horn babe  as "'the well grown child. , Mothers  have the guarantee of a government  analyst that this medicine contains  no opiate or poisonous soothing stuff.  Mrs. Cressman, New Hamburg. Out.,  savs:���"J" liave used BabyX* Own Tal  when   the  letter  reached   him.    "Tell   ���.---      _._..-��� .  Uncle Cy that I am  too busy in the I lets for stomach trouble ,and constipn-  a���i,i   *��   ,i��' ������,-<���,,���������   t^   i,im     t���m I lion with marked success.    I fe_el that  field  Tell  to   do  anything   for   hi in.     .-.-,������ , ~-:     {     q        & fa      -, hnve (;  Urn I'm worlciug early and late to get   ��Vof Tablets in the house." Sold by  In my crops.' '        . medicine dealers or  hy  mail    at   25  The girl waited until her father had j cetlta  ft  box  from The Dr.  Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Play  is work that you  don't have  to do.  gone back'to his Delds and then penned this short note, which she thought  told the story; "Papa has all he can do  to support himself without supporting anybody else." She mailed It-  Kansas City Journal. - ���  Jest medicines in the  cannot take the place of  lily physician. Consult  Jarly tvhen taken ill. if  |rouble is with your  |t, bronchial'tubes, or  a�� ask him about taking  is Cherry Pectoral. Then,  ft or not, ashesays.  We publish our formulas  9  We b.inlih alcohol  from our raedlcli.eM  Wo"utko you to  ooiiMillt your  doctor  A General's Hobby.  General Sir Beauchauip Duff is gen-  j erally understood to be the most proba-  "b!e suqecssor to Lord Kitchener in tho  Supreme command In India, and this  will be a fitting reward for oue who  has a very fine military record for  ,hard. unremitting work. A short tl^ne  ago another officer was trying hard to  find oiit General Duff's recreations.  "Do you play bridge?" he asked. "Not  much," replied the general. "Billiards  perhaps?" "Very little." "Chess?"  "Badly," "Any outdoor sports?" "At  rare intervals." Tho Interrogator then  lost ills patieiii'c. "Then what on earth  do you do?" "The rarest thing possible  In the British army," was Duff's reply,  "1 work."���London Taller.  1  Minard's 'Liniment Co., Limited.  " Gentlemen,���Last winter I received  great benefit from tho use of JMTN-  ARD'S LINIMENT in n severe altack  of LnGrippe, and I have frequently  proved it to be very elective in cases  of Inflammation.  Yours  W. A. HUTCHINSON.  Simple  Everyday  Life of the Queen of  England���A Great'Letter Writer. .  Few people can realize ,tlie comparative simplicity of the everyday life,  'ot Queen| Alexandra,  especially ,when  in Scotland or at Sandringliam.   While  iD Norfolk the queen spends much of  ber lime'iu the open air, walking, driving and doing short expeditions in ber  motor'car.'  'After breakfast she and one or'more  of the several ladies'wtio may be staying ih the house���mak'e an expedition  to* kennels,, stables, and,' poultry yard  to feed and Interview the,(.favorite  dogs,,'-horsen and poultry of the est.ib-,  lishment1. In'.the afterhoou a drive Is  arranged, and the'evenings pass cheerily with music,"cards and"conversation.  Dinner at Sandrihghanv is always at  8:45-    ' V '   -    '- , \'      ; .. -���  1 It may, be,mentioned:? says Town and'  Country,' that the'.royal servants', liveries have a quaint "old world appearance and are different in^cut to those  seen elsewhere. The .coats; are scarlet^ made In the swallowtail style, with  dark blue waistcoats edged by narrow  gold braid. The men wear 110 collars,  but haye^gold stocks, and white satin  breeches anil white silli stockings complete , their stately costume. All the  royal menservants are over six feet lu  height. , -     -  '  The queen is'an indefatigable letter  writer.' She has been known to write  as many as forty letters in one day  with her owu hand, and Miss Knollys,  t her lady in , waiting, often would get  through a, hundred, all written under J  tho queen's personal supervision.  Queen Alexandra's note paper Ms  cream colored and rather rough, with  the royal crown and address in dark-  blue and of the simplest design.  During, the shooting season the queen  sends a great deal of game to her own  particular friends, and the hampers  are labeled "With the queen's compliments." At Christmas time she often  presents her intimates with a signed  photograph of herself In a silver frame.  Queen Alexandra is a keen photographer and bus transferred so.nie of ber  photographs on to china.  form in Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Food  and because of ,its wonder'ul blood-  building qualities this great restorative lias  become world-famou3.  There is no guesswork, no experimenting with 'this treatment. Everv  do.'ie is bound to do you a certain  amount of good. ,        ,  Miss Cynthia Hutchinson, Ilanr-c-  Ville, B. C, writes: "I feel 'ft��rny dutv  to stell what a great friend Dr. Cha=e's  Nerve Food has beeri to me. I would  have written Sooner but wanted to  be sure I was thoroughly cured. Before using this medicine my neivous  system was 'so completely run down  .that my friends, as well' as myself,  thought I could .never get better. All  modi ci ries foiled to help' me.  "A trial of Dr, Chase's Nerve Food  benefited rue, and ,fI used altogether  seven boxes. At,the end of a month  people scarcely tfnew me, 'I, had improved so much. The blood wa3 enriched, color'improved, new flesh"add-  ed, And I got strong and well. Several  of my friends have profited by, mv  experience and received great'benefit  from1 this treatment.", '   rA A , *,   ,  'The,portrait 'and ''signature of A'.VY.  Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt Book  author; are on every box of the genu  ine. 50 cent3 at'all dealers or'Edman-  son.  Bates  &  Co.. Toronto.  the samt"temperature. 'If the stock  lugs are white a little bluing should  be put in the water both times. In  that way you will avoid having them  turn that peculiar shade of yellow that  all silk Is sure tp.do.  Using a few drops of turpentine In  the water with tlie soap-will .prevent  tbe most delirate'shndes. such as'pink,  'green and blue, from fading.  Tan stockings are the most difficult  of a,ll to manage." TJiey will''get a  greenish   tinge   to  iheni   that   Is   the  Manitoba  Man  Tells   How   His   Urinary  Troubles  Vanished   Before  the  Great  Canadian   Kidney   Remedy.  If amebic,   Man ,  <ripecialJ,~Piobab.  ii  Hiere 13 no dtsea-e ,to which man  13, heir  that   causes 'eiich   a    general  dread as Gravel, or Stone in the Bladder, The frijjjfful puma ii bn'ng^, and  tlio terrible opQi'atioua it neee&s'itites  cause    a   shudder    of    apprehension  :L- But there  is really no .reason why- any, man ot  woman should fear Gravel. It ,is  purdy and simply a Kidney disease,  and a.-i such can ha cither" cured or  guarded againat bv the use of'Dodd's  K-dnoy Pills. Take the case,,of Mr.  Calvin R. Snyder, well known here.  He say?:��� ' ��� >        '  "In the spring of 1007 I was almost  laid nn from n lame back, and was ,  also troubled wifh excessive urination. T got a box of 'Dodrl's'Kidney'  Pills, and u*?ed them with,satisfactory  i-rvuUs. Dodd's Kidney Pill.-- are tbe  best Kidney medicine I ever heard'  of."  Tf you follow lIr.���Siivdcr''a example  and u��o Dodd's Jvidney Pillq for slight '  urinniy disorder1-',  you 'will   never be '  i ���  J  1 1*   1  * r s  -, ri  '      a    i  '1  '*���*������  {<  .... ,,,     ,, ,   , .troubled   with   Grave J.    Tf   yon  have,  despair of the'owner.'for It is hapos-   0ravel Dodd'a'Khinav Pills will cure  sibio.to  keep them from, running,  no    \{.   ' '     '"  A.        '  matter what pare is taken, and the  water in which they pre washed Is  sure to be discolored. ���  1 The best way. is to wash'a new pair  first- Though tluystocklngs -may fade  .very little, the water will be a dark  br.own. Then take au old pair'and let  tbena soak in the water, in that way  dyeing ,the old ones the original color.  No fine storkinsrs should , ever be  Ironed.,. After w;t-l)lng they should be  shaken',.out ��� and hung oyer'a towel  rack or the bat'jc of a chair. .The hot-  Iron removes the floss and makes''the  stockings,look as if they were,cotton,  not silk.       ' ' ���'   ������.  r    Woman's Courage. '  I have* fcilid that Ihe couriige-'of women is often oi an exalted order, ahd '  this is hue.    Once Iet"the. "weaker" ���  sex face a crisis���I eare not what tlni  crsis iftay be���once let a woman know1*" '  the wois-t, and'=he will be nt 'her 'he^t  a�� a sort'of corollary of circumstances. /  ' And  this courage  extends  even ..to  the vicious side of female life, for  I-  do nofci think women ever confess  to.   -  c,rimesA  Men haye-done so quite of-  ;  ten, but I do not remember to haveA  known  oj-  heard   of   a   woman doing  so.���Fry'4 Magazine.'        -'    ��'  STAGE   SCENERY.  Modern,.Settings   tax  the  Ingenuity  oi  the  Eui|ders.  Tbe big scenic artists do little actus)  -paint!ng   beyond    making   the   model,  unless they .have  a panoramic effect.  That they do themselves, standing on  Ihe paint 'bridge,   many  feet froln tbe  floor,   while   the   canvas   is   raised- or  lowered     The   panoramic .effects, are  bard'to  bundle.   "One difficulty  is  to  avoid  tlurtefiiiij; w hen ,a draft sweeps  across,,  the    stage.     'Mountains    that  treinble   hazily  are 'not  conducive, to  illusion.  si With   the  'elaboratp   productions   of  ,late years tbe importance of the; builder of scenery has increased, says Everybody's .Magazine.    Formerly,  when  the scenery  consisted   merely  of canvas stretched1 over a wooden frame, it  was simple enough.    But the struggle,  for realism and sensational effects has  .developed "difficult   problems   f<^r' tho  builder   of   stage    scenery   to    solve  Every piece'of scenery must,be made,  so that it.can be fplded into strips five  feet ' nine'  inches . wide.'" because, the  doors'qf the baggage cars in which it  is   transported, are' only  six   feet   In  breadth.     Also   every   piece   must   be  -light' and   so   cmstru-red   that'one,  scene   can   be' removed   and   another  'put  in   place   within  ten   minutes.     It  m.'iy f::ke  thirty  hours of, continuous  work  tc i,ret' tlie scenery   "sot   up." to  use a   technical expression, after it  is  brought  into the  theater.    After runt  the work of changing a scene is comparatively oas.\ c  GLEAMING   GRAY' HAIR.  ABOUT  MABEL  attacks, sick-headaches, indiges-  pstipation, dizzy spells ���these  Se of the results of an inactive  ?���?.,, y.our doctor if he endorses  "Is in these cases.   The dose  one pill at bedtime.  Jy Uw J. 0. Ayer Co.. Lowoll, Mvn. '<  Mahel puizles n,e n  lot.  Mabel's chansealile,  I ween,  Pretty  Mabel,  ��ho is not  Any inoio than fair eighteen.  Mabel  has such ruby Ilp3.  Oh. her charms aie very many!  Last'year she hail rounded lilps.  Tills year Mabel hasn't any.  Mabel's eyes are nzure blue.  Mabci's''cheeks are rosy pink.  She woiiUI take your heart from you  If she only smiled,  I think.  Tet a fickle maid she trips  Through   the   world   in   ways   ui��  canny. '      '    ���  Last year'she had rounded hips.  Tills year Mabel hasn't any.  Mabel's smile Is still the same.  Ma;bel says her heart Is mine,  Sceiilg.her you would not blame  Mo for.kn'eollntr at Her shrine.  But tho clmnsos Mabel slips  Over me aro far 100 many.  Last year siio had rounded hips.  This" year Mabel hasn't any.  ���Delrolt Free Pres��.   ,  He Caught  It.  I Just caught the tiain with the young  lmly in it.  Tn spite of the" crush  and  eiowd  that  was   there.  But   was  down on  my  luck   the   very  next minute.  I  just  caught   the    train     with     the  "��� young lady in it.  For   a  rip   and   a cry   and ��� a scream  rent the air.  And   the  dancers  all     stopped���'twas  rent  pn.-��t   repair.  I ju.-.t caught the tiain with tho young  lady in it.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget   in  cows.  .Bnhlhe'adod  Gentleman  (having his'  I boots polished  111 a hoteU���Confound  it, you, tak<i; an abominably' long time  about, it. : ������'  ..'.Shoeblaek-r-Yes, sir;.it ain't^lonebso  quick as when you 'ave.your 'air cut!  I  Spoiled His Appetite.   :;.  "Every hit of food on this table.1*  said the serving lady to Lamson as he  sat down to eat at the church supper,  "was cooked by your wife."  "Oh I don't mind," rejoined Lamson faintly. "I'm not'.a hit hungry,  onyway!"--Now Vork Times.  Much Care Necessary to Keep It In  Good Condition.  Tbe woman �� bo has gray h.iir n/.iy  be very proud of it hecause of its artistic beauty and tbe fact that it is the  height of fashion. >  tier problem in these days is how to  keep it clean. For tbe first time she  envies tne woman who has the kind of  hair that can tie' washed in anything  and remain clear and keep its color.  Every speck of dust nnd soil streaks  white hair with gray aud yellow. The  latter is a sign that the hair necd.-s  cleansing. It is not always easy to do  this away from home, aud it Is not ul  ways successful when done by any one  else. It is said by an expert that one  of the best ways to clean it during the  summer mouths, when perspiration  takes away ail the polish from It, is to  wash it once every three or four weeks  with the raw white of an egg mixed  with castile soap. ' '  The use of bicarbonate of soda is not  good for any one with gray hair. Borax  and ammonia should also be avoided.  Oue woman whose hair is inclined to  be harsh under frequent washings always.keeps-it clean and sweet smelling  hy dusting, it two or three times a week '  with finely .powdered, orris root and  good talcum.  She rulis thts lu the hair, lets it re  main for a day/then shakes'it out and  brushes it in small divisions, so the  bristles can draw out every particle of  powder.       ' .,  This takes the dust wfth.lt, whitens  the hair and removes' every trace of  perspiration and oiliness. :  O'ten what appear,,to'be lhe most  tiivial occurrences of life prove to be  the most momentous. Many are disposed to regard a cold as a slight  tiling, deservcing of little consideration, and this neglect often results in  the most serious ailments entailing  years of suffering. Drive out colds  and coughs with Bickle's Anti-Con  sumptive Syrup, the recognized remedy for all affections oi the throat  and' lungs. ' .   '  AS, TO   OBEYING.'  1 _^_ ���  '  i,     -,��� 1 ���   ,        1    ��� ���  That is the "Lasf'Str^w," According to  Up to Date Bride.  Just one thing the average fall bride  wishes to know is this: Wliy should  she promise to obey when neither the<  brides of tbe Itoniannnor Greek' communions, Jewish brides and 'Quaker  brides, are compelled,, to make this old  fashioned promise? '    , .   '  And tbe worst part of^t'is the untruth of itl    Women are no,longer cou  scieu'celess creatures who must be com  nianded   to   be '.good  and   laduu   with  other Instructions wheueverntb'eir othei  halves depart.   Away back in the past  when   they   were   uueducated ' burden  bearers and nevert, held converge with  guests   this ;was   doubtlessly  a   wise  rlause.   This''question of the pledge of  'ibedience' which   is .extracted,, from  prides   who profess certain forms  of  religion   is y:on'linually   comiug   under  discussion^ and rin ib'ese days,'when tbe  equality 'of'"the ..sexes   isj demanded  and when many clergy sis well as'lay  men ,adihit  that''it should 'be 'reco;  nlzed,  it seems inconsistent that this,  vow should be demauded.of women.  , While it Is tboughtf"nothing short of  'shocking  that daughters should rebel  at this idea of placing themselves in  subjection to their husbands, ,'many are '  not" averse to giving them In marriage J  to   men   already possessed" of   wives/  from whotn they  have been, divorced, /  and, while many consider It a fearful/J  sign of the times and au. Indication of ! 1  coming disaster that it should even be  proposed  that  this   vow  of obedience  should be deleted from1 tho marriage  service, yet few would be prepared to  say that because women of other religious views do  not  make this"-vow  thoy are  therefore  bringing their sex  to naught and uprooting all tbe traditions of tbe race.'  ::\  ,   ,  $1.00" -  -rA COLLAR BAG would aula  a gift that any man would appreciate. ��� ���  T  ' r       '   ~      .'���    (. ''' "'  ,1 HIS   very useful article is almost  , indispensable to any one who travels. "  '    It  ��� 1 '      '<'   '.''."'  IT  is   made  from-' fine  calf "leather,  lined   willi   dainty   silfc.      It   holds   ���  ' ,12 collars���and has lhe .drav*/ strings  for dosing.    The price i�� '  x -- '   si.oo ;���"���"���:  -   <        Write for our. Catalogue. % -    t.  Rvrje  Bros.  LIMITED  ' 134-136-133  Yong-o  Si.  TOROMTO  AN  AFTER DINNER  THOUGHT.  ��� It Was Badly Worded.  "A most peculiar effect'was produced by an announcement in the ad'  vertisements of a county fair. to be  held in my state," says Congressman  Champ Clark. "Among other things,  the'announcement said that'attractive  features of'this ���'great*-fair will be-  highly amusing donkey races and pig  lueesX Then, to the amazement of  the judicious, this note was added .  'Competition in these two contests  will be open to citizens of the county  onlv.' "���Cleveland Leader.  Repeat  it:���"Shiloh's Cure will always  cure   my   coughs   and   colds."  One day the office boy went to th-'  editor of the Soaiing Eatrle and said.  "There's a tramp at the door, and  ho says he has had nothing to eat  for six dajs."  "Fetch hull in,'' said the editor. "If  we can find out how ho does if we can  run  this  paper  for  anothet   week."���  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria.  THE NIGHT.  The Name of  Black Watch  On a Tag on a Plug of  Black Chewing Tobacco  SSands lor Quality,  -2&S223&aBSBB3  2273  Women and  Morals.  We ��� hope   that . women ''.who   claim  their rights will use them soberly and  well.  It is of ill omen thai, most of the  novels   that   throw    morality   to   the  winds and picture vicious living'in seductive colors as an. exercise of freedom and self realization are written by;  women.   Women are the natural custodians of a high.111 oral standard, and If '  they lower the standard they will fall I  themselves and  drag men down with I  them.  A  tremor, a quiver.  Through  her ran  As over the river  The dawn  began.  She drew her veil  Over her eyes,  And, her face,.grew pale, .  As she watched the sun rise.  She faded, turned  ton ghost, .was gone.  As the morning burned  And the day  came on.  With .veiled, sad eye,  And  face', still''wan,  She waited nigh  When the dusk began.  With her tears of bliss  The  earth   was  wet,  And soothed with her kisii  When the sun was set. I  And with stately pride  She sat on her throne  Of her empire wide        .  'When the day ht<d gone;  And her robes she spread  With  their sable  hem  And crowned  her head  With her diadem.  Anil the mute Earth saw  That a queen was she,  And gazed with awe  On her  majesty.  W. M.-McKeracher.  Oh, my, slsrnpr, how seeck I feel ,  From som'theeng  1 ha.ve ate! ' ���  I had wan oyster een my meal *  Dat wassa catch'  too1" late!   *  Oh, my, dan soocha leetla tlieengr  Could mak' so blErg-a change!  Dees morna I could dance an' seeng.  But now I feel so stranee,  I no can 'tand to beezaness.  But seeta th'ecnkln' here,    , ,  An' w'at I theenk you nevva guess,  Eet ees so vera queer,  I theenk upon dat greata man  Dat ecs da firit to com'  For find In' deesa granda Ian'���  Creestofoio Colombo  Ecs dagoman like me. you know���  Eh?    Tes, but wait, signor. '  I tal you som'UieeTig, mebbe so,  You nevva hear bayfore.  I theenk upon Colombo w'en  lie beg hoes queen dat she  Would justa gece heeni sheeps an' met  For help heem cross da sea,,  But could no gat da theengs he need.  How mooch he coax an'  beg,  Ontoel she see da thecng he deed  Weoth Justa leetla egg.  Aha. my frand, so you have read  An' -know da story- too?  He stan' dat egg upon eet3 head,  Like  no  wan else  could  do.  An" so da queen sho clap her ban's  An'  ta' Colombo don:  "Now you can go for find dose lan's.  I geeve you f-beops an' men."  You  know  w'at  happen after dat.  Eos notliPPiu? more to say.  But here res  queera  thought  I git  Eenslde mv bend today:  Su'pos-o���I ask  j ou  now���sifpose  Dat egg lie bust i\as bad:  You   theenk   da   queen   would   hold  nos-c  An*  smlla Just ns  glad?  You tliocnk  she gona  tal Colomb"  Sho geeve heem sheeps an"  sooch  An'  evi'Uheong I-i*  need to com'?  You  bat my  life,   not mooch!  I tal >oii cor d.it et,'g was bad  As deesa taste I fiat.      ���  ���  : Colombo  mebbo wdukla ,had  Sooch. trobla after dat  . , De?s Ian' where nd.u- \ve are so glad  r.  Would no be founda ,-yat. b     j  ���T.   A., Paly,   in.  Catholic .Standard   and  Times.'  SAMPLE COPY FREE  Would vou like to have n sample  copv of The Farmer's Advocate  and Home Journal?  The  Best   Agricultural  and . Home   Paper  on the American Continent 'No  progressive farmer can a/tord to  be without it Published weekly.  Only S1.S0   per  yoar. Drop  posi card for  free  --ample  copy!  i^'Agents   Wanted.      Address:  Farmer's Advocate and Home Journal  WINNIPEG,     MANITOBA  MENTION TUI^ PAPER*  Womanly Weakness  is promptly relieved by Eeccham's  ��� Pills. They ncer fail Spec.il directions to females with each box.  Depression, sick headache,-backache, paleness and nervousness all  disappear after using  her  Sold liter) where  boxes C'5 cents.  PENMANSHIP E*  00k keeping:.  Short  .inrt    1 > j,e w-rl l inp,  I e Ifirr 11 i) My, ituii .til  brm'te*..   ���.riM-it'. thoriMiLli,}   t.ti'Klit      Wrm-  fm   iMit,<-nbir^      ( a*rtlov'i, s  .'ifv.     .-".(Icings  w i *>*-. i ���* 1.1. ar.-. i> 1 *.�����  cohkiii*,  tor roriu-re.ti-. .-..ul l-oi t m , WISXII'KG.  G.   W.   DONALD,   Manager  \nd   Principal     for   Fourteen     Years  Ready .Courage.  The. Duchesse de Berry, whose hus  band was the son, of Charles X. of  France, .is described in f:he "Memoirs  of the C01rites.se de Buighe". as one of  the- most .courageous' characters the  writer ever know.     ,.        ': ���  One day, when she 'was driving with  her husband.' the Due de Berry, the  horses took'fright and ran away. The  duchesse had' continued the conversation wlihout changing, the tone of her  voice, -.inil at hist her husband exclaimed:  "Why, Caroline, do you not see what  has happened?"  "Yes, 1 see; but as I cannot stop tlie  horses it is useless to trouble aboui  them."  The carriage was upset, but no on*  was hurt.  T"'w^ stuff Beautiful Birds  Learn .by'nihil to stuff and m tint  ftllkindsof birds,animals, iNh and  iranif.' heaUa; niako rues, tan' skins.  .Mount your oivu Hpectmeun and  ztiftke uiwut-y. preserving for others.  -ttposcly    f.vcinatlnir ij htjMf* ' pr<��tlt��bl<-��,  i.*vinin-n siid buys learneanily -in.l quickly.  icct'ss cunrinttueil or n��j tuition,  r-,��r..,   ��� .     . rite todny fur our woadtwful J-'KLK book  l.v^A^V';\ "u.^w to htzrn to tfrtiat Bird* imd Animal*."  M. W. School of Tanldarmy,  Box J'jO,  Omiha, Neb.  will reduce jp��Jamed,  swollen Joints,  Cruises, Soft Bunches.   Cureflcib, Ma-  CuU cr any unhealthy     sora   qnickir;  Dieayont touau;   does   riot   bltstor.  ,   under batiditcfi or remove tho hair,  and you can Tr^rk the horse, $'�� par  bottle    At     dciOrrs   or   deiiv-ered.  / \   Ilor.rc Book 7 l) freo.  \     AESO^LINE, JR ,*nr mankind.  / SI.CO perliottltt.   Kuduce** Vartco*i>  ^*^UjVolii��i,     Varlcoc*1!.?.      ' Hydroenlo.  ^^ccJOoitre,   Wens.   Strains,    Brni^.:-*,  '��{or-3 Pain   and   inflammation  W. F. Y0UKG, P.D.F.. 137 Mmnionlh St.. SprinoHeld, Mass.  LVJI4.N, SUNS  ii CO., JloTi(re��l, C��n��dl>n iteaU.  i4,'ao furnhhad 6y Martin Bol* A* Wyhnt Co., WinnlpitQ,  The bationif Orjg'.A Chamhat Co., Winnipeg and Calgasy*  ind Htndmr::n LraJ. Co* Ltd.. Vcvtuouvcr.  ' .' 1  l\      "1  -,-J .  ' r 1  ,   "1   ���  -.   Vj  ".''4;  ',*i  ( i  ri"\  <ui-  '        1 '  ���ti  ���f  ^r i  , -y i  ^ nf'  '���r-i, '  > i*r  A:  -1*1  '   > . *  ' )**  *."*-*       {  v-\  '      \{     -f  '���:�����*: l  'M  <*\  1 ���* ,-*    1  ���'iii  ,A'i,   i  ''��  - - V    -',  ' <��� "���: "\  * '   si  ":\ z i  -��l*f  .yi.i I'M.'-**.  V&':\  irA-i i '  &&��  "Vr^,  %  >' �����   !  -sf  -*,<*',  i#  i-v  '   ,r\     >  ,<*.'  > i :.<   -1  '- .-.��.  "Pi  i        %-'V��  ,    -VJ  ���ill  *;*��s  -������ft  X&  ' . ".( '  SMJ  VA.   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SATURDAY. PEC, 12, 1908.
It Is a proverb of Cherry Blossom
Land that a healthy stomach is the
basis of all strength. Good nature is
also recognized as of great importance.
The Japanese as a people are remarkable for their health, endurance, patience and skill.
The cherry tree is the most highly
prized  of all in  Japan.    It not only
gives,forth a beautiful blossom but the,
wild cherry tree furnishes a bark which
is most highly prized in medicine.
The United
Wild Cherry
(Prunus Virginiana).
Oue month ago today the Koot-
enays Veie   full  of   incitement,
was election day,   ,
States Dispensatory,
which is an
authority on medicines, says of the
properties of^this Black Cherrybark:
"Uniting with a tonic power the
property of calming irritation^ and
diminishing nervous excitability.*r
Adapted to the treatment of diseases
in which there is debility of the stomach or of tho system." Another authority, King's American Dispensatory says, "it gives tone and strength
to tlie'system, useful in fever, cough,
and found excellent in consumption."
This ingredient is only one of several
S     Jo^epl's   Convent.
KELSO.**., U. G.
hoarding and Day School  conduct-
"      II,<    .-U--.I r-   ■ *    ."51    J"--   }Ui, .*>•.-'■-»>*'
B. C. Commercial and bu-unet-s
courses a t.peoi:ilty. ExciUfcucw •iivi
swift progresf cliHracte»ize each de
p.irtmeut. Parent.* should write for
mrnci-lars. Oue mouth BHontes th«-
.iitbhY of the thoroughness of tin
■Asters' methods of tea'-hing. Term*
omtn, isc.o .Irtiuiarv, April and Sep!
•'nt'ili nr«* *nlinin.'d ilnrini! tern»
FRESH  AND. CURED
Meats.
I   O. 0. F.
« li<ley I.«'<lj:* >"• 11'(
Meei» Tut-«Uy pvpn'ng*. in  M< (Jn-yoi
hall   on    Victoris   Bin ut.    N.'i'iiii'in*-
Odd Kellf-ws cordially invito'.
Henry Sait F. J- S'-nnr
'    N..bit-Grand. SctrV.
o^ypy^.-i-A*^           You    can    honestly ' boost   fot-   very important native,'medicinal roots
W*$f*       1"'-f''i.                                                                      '      in' Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov-
'&%*•&■ !*A- ,&":..      7tl<ivii>.    The town   has   both  the — -   - 	
er
St. Ellg*J\fc l.«"li:«* *"•  37,
K. of P.
G   ^v\Xf    Meets every Thursday
^S|J>-^?^/f'ven'ne in Mi-GT»i,or
;^H^^ ball al 8 < 'clock. Yh-
V£j££g>/   iiingjjrotbei" invited.
H. C. LivESrjsY,
Chancellor Com.
A.__ E. A. UlLb
K. R.nnd S,
Shoe Repairing
Mining  Shoes
Made to Order
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AND,
'^%W%\i^ '"    ' rnin^s&ud the -payroll
■  ■ v,-jr,«f %-ip';AA
Tiie   Week:—n.irry   Thaw ro
yroll is, about $1.0,000
was'a   year   ago!
inned  their'" faith to
-   - r
winning out.-;    '
ery. This is a remedy which has enjoyed' tho public approval for nearly
forty years, nothing new or untried
about it, has cured thousands of, people
of those -i chronic, weakening diseases'
which are accompanied1' by a cough,
such as bronchitis and incipient consumption. More than that, by reason
of the other ingredients, Bloodroot,
Mandrake, 'Golden Seal, and Queen's a
root, all" of the medicinal virtues of
which are scientifically extracted and
combined in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, remarkable cures of
d
f,, f '.»..>-    * i'X~,.     -,'
dyspepsia and stomach disorders havo
been accomplished. (   *
Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pierce
diacavured that chemically pure glycerine of proper - strength is a bettor
solvent aud preservative of the active
medicinal principles residing in most of
our indigenous ■ or native medicinal
plants thau is alcohol. 'As its use ia
ji* • bandmaster. / entirely* unobjectionable, while alcohol
' ,**" , . '',   > I'is   weir'known 'when -used   even   in
ana is a ya.it / -ginau 'portions, for'a protracted,period,
,to do'lasting injury to the human sys-
Cr^ston is to have a band .with'
ggs
Moyie   Miners'   Union
-.- No. 71   W. F, of M.
r '
Meets in McGregor hall every 'Rntur-
tjlay  evening.      Sojourning   niembera
are cordially invited to'at'end.
Malcolm "McNeill , Thos. E. Kelly
Trebident.'      '    ' Secretin y
P.
BURNS,& CO
Limited.
MOYIE, B.C.     ^
any .town.
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!£*,   I',
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•Property holders in 'Moyie whp
^av^e' not yet paid -their school
taxes are urged to do so at ■ once,
so that the  trustees may ,be  en-
c °     " o A
t.abled to meet .their obligations to
the first of the year. '
e"(-««ws*M«aa.**iS4' ^^V>-
kfMMStfe^:rr-'M?::
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-There is an agitation on' for the
building  of   a   wagon" load' between C»rfu brook and  Moyie via.
Jfil&ifc. Vj> ;(?-?      tjie.'Moyie river  valley, through
*$!$xy$*{-   '  Swansea and by   way of Watts-
,     'i^^Mhfx'  "burg.   At the  present   sime.this
..<, ''■[■','4^."'v->''^v"   road   w'  quite   impassable, and
'* '  ''^X^i^M.i'' ^'     petitions are being circulated ask-
to put it in
Saturday  night
showed plainly that  Moyie's fire
%em, especially in the case of delicate
|women- and   children,  he' decided' to,
.'use chemically pure 'glycerine instead
'bf the   usually  employed   alcohol "in
'the'   preparation   ' of   his    medicines. -
He found that  the  glycerine, besides
being entirely  harmless,, possesses intrinsic, medicinal   properties   of   great
-value.'1 Its   nutritive' properties,   Dr.
Tierce; believes,  far surpass 'those   of .
'cod liver oil, entitling''it to favorable
consideration in all cases of  incipient
consumption and other wastingdipease*!. *
\It is -an invigorating,""'tohic alterative
-Vnd" owes i'te virtues to Nature's ,vege-
*tabie' garden.    Dr. Pierce is only the
scientific   garde n e^r    w h o
knows how to
Nature's Garden.
r. T. Mc yittie.C.E.,  f    V L. S. IT. Y. Pnrkcr, C
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Port Steele P.O. Box 25." '      '  ', '.
Cranbrook P.,0. Box 11.,  > ■■"
Harvey,    Mc.Carter  &
<   , „ Macdonald.
c Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Elc
Cranbrook,
B. C.
W. F., GUED,
BAKKISTEK, SOLtCITOH, BTC
CRA.NBROOK.
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R. A. SMITH
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MOYIE,
STOP k„T THE
COSMOPOLITAN
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WHEN IN
r\ '    CRANBROOK
E. H. SJIALI., MnuuRcr. , '  '
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Good rooms, good' tables and  bar
,'     and   first class sample rootns.
BUV .YO.UB.
combine the-plants given usiby, Naturei
to  cure  our  diseases.     This prepara-''
tiou  is* of pleasant taste, agrees per-
'fec'tly   with   rebellious   and   sensitive
stomachs, and is extremely effective in
restoring tone  and vigor to" the entire
6ystem.    It cures inflammatory troubles
of the 'stomach as well aa indigc&tioii
*'and -^yspepBia"" arising    from ,■ weak
'itomacn.   One reason  why  it restores
the health of run-down, pale' and emaciated* people'' }g because it'flrst throws
out the poisons from the biood through
'the, liver and kidneys.   It then begins
'Its reconstructive-work in building, -up-
'flesh   by  firW making "good, rich
blood.
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deptitment is sully in need ot aa-   ma$e ,-n a iarg0 laboratory, thoroughly
j- •       i ,„. ,;„„,mf     Tho rrianirlp   "equipped with evoryscientific appliance
phonal 'equipment.    The triangle  £ftt Bufral0i-N; Y/ QuaIlfied Xmist*
now in use is almost u-eless as an
i larm, and a bell should be bought
- '- -
aod placed in a  tower on top   of
the'fire hall. .The fire buckets
and lanterns have also been carried away ; and' lost,' and these
ahould be replaced, -for the. protection of the town no time
should be lost in getting these
matters attended to.  ,
DE; F, B. MILES,'
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Cranbrook, B, C.
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FROM"
A B. Siewart   & Co,
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There are some persons in every
town who have almost a mania
for sending   anonymous   .letters.
'!( '  r r-   f   .,    •<■■-       |    j
Sometimes they are to the newspaper petting forth some- grievance, sometimes to the constable
And  sometimes  to  the  preacher,
bait in all cases the name  of  the
ii ' " .     '
sender is omitted.    It   is a singu-
lar fact that people write these
; x •       i   ■ .ni,-     .i
letters. It would seem obvious to
1 'i       '   "      "  '. '
the person   of   ordinary   intelli-
gence    that   a   letter which  the
V«ter is ashamed to sign  would
be unworthy the attention of any
, . - -   '* Ic
responsible  person and  certainly
r i' ' '      	
ie never likely to  be accorded  it.
.Neither will a nom deplume serve
the purpose.    If  you   have any-
. i »     -•   .
^ihing to say, .dqn't be afraid to
back it with your name.
f     ■' .Vfc . '•• n I'i   '   ■ ir ■       .1.
Needs of Paper.
ta
are in charge of the laboratory, with
nearly a score of skilled physicians and
Burgeops-jginpioyed to scrutinize, deterv
*^iin6rand prescribe these remedies and
other means of cure as seem best suited
to many thousands of cases of chronift
diseases which' come 'hefdreAtKeni for
'treatment each year. It costs you nothing to write to-Dr. E. V. Pierce—the
head of this Institution; at Buffalo, N".
"Y. and get an accurate-me'dical opinion
In your .special case and wholly without
charge, _ ■-..... ...
^LAUNDRY WORK.
-AII kinds of Ladies' and Gentle-
meh's Washing and ironing done
at Mrs. Tbm Climie's laundry on
Half Moon avenue. Ladies*'waists!
ana Gents' shirts aii'd collars a-
syeciality. Parcels w^ll be called
fur and delivered.'"     "
^M
George H Thompson, „
BAJthiSTKK, Solicitor
t'arv Fubtjc, &c.
CRANBROOK^ ' "Bnmsii CoLOifirA
w.-.js;;- beauty' ,t ;;a
h   Embalmer.and Undertaker,
.' --.  "  ''--A'      ii •   ^   '   :
Phone,?.?,    *j -. CRANBROOK,,
Win. Jewell r
DESADpiER     IJSOS,    -.opa.
Lar^e   sample   room '■ in   connection
with house for commercial men.   Be
.   ( .
of accommodations.
Headqutirters  for   Commercial and MiniugMen.
Queens avenge. moyje, r. o    .
FOR SALE.
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It ia reported that a very fas-
j}idioup, ' newly married lady-
kneads bread witfy her glo.vps on.
^hisisa  very peculiar    instance,
feut there are others.
,;   .-   , .   ...i.. ■ ■ •■    .   „.,....
The editor of this paper needs
bread wjth his coat op,  he  needs
f.        .   !     .  i    '*    - ■'    .'..■■. ...       .1. .:
bread with his pants on, and uu-
r        ■.   ■,    a •;•'-   ■■■■-   ' - .    ■  ..
jess some ojf tjie dplinnuent   sub-
acribera of thif "old rag ojf freedom" pony up before Ion?, he will
j. .       ^    .,   ■     ,    . it l     ,   *. ■    >:   ■
need bread without a dapin thjng
on; and N'>rth Dakota is no Oarr
den of Eden jn the winter time,
».•:■" ' '
eranu'
Extension   di ning   room   table,
.     .       *i.i        -i -
one heater,    sra^jj^kitchen  range,
white enameled iion bedstead and,
spring,sewing machine, six chairs.
two rocking "'chairs,  linoleum, one
dinner     set,     cooking     utensils.
Goods    may    be    seen    at    Mrs.
Clarke's   residence  on  Moyie  ave
These goods must  .be scltl .before
^hristmts.
.'3. C. Steam Laundry
CJJANJJIIOOK.
Gjve our work a  trial   and   leavp
woik with
A. B. Stewart,     Agent,
"■*' MOYIE, B.C.
I ...      •.      ..     ;:■      : ■.     f • i
^ranu'd Iconoclast.
Wijen you think of
Building, tnink   of
OALDER BROS.
The Moyie god tractors
and builders.
CALL   AND   GET   ESTIMATES
J-.OTICE
CRANBOOOK I.AXD DISTRICT, DlbTRICT
OF KOOTENAY. *
TaKE notice Uiat Charles C. Farrcll, of
Moyie, B. C.occunntloa Miner inteuds, to ap-
plj for jjermlt-fciou to purcbusti* llae follv)«ing
Ueseribed iKarlg:'^-
Commcubfiig at a pobt jtlanled on the northeast comer'of Lot No. 300i, Group , One (1),
Kootenay District; thence east -10 "chains,
then.ee south 40 chains; thence *aest -10 chains:
thence nonh-io ch'aius to point of commuice-
meut audcuu*talniiig 100 acres moroor less.
CHARLES C FARftKLL.
Dated September 15th, 1908,
MO^I/3B
CRASBH00K LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT
OFSOUI-HERN' DIVISION EASr'KOOTENAY.
TAKE notice thai I, J. w. J-'nch ««ent for
rxinls'a L. Eitch "of Moyie, B.'C" Occupation
-torekeeper iutcnastu apply for pcnnlviuii lo
piirvlniKu the following Uecenbed land:—
C'Hinmeui iiii? at a post planted ^0 chains
south of the North went corner of 'preemption
'Mi W. L. Meredith Alclrldi;e It, C. thi'tice north
tOuluilus, thence east 10 chains: thence goutli
40 chums- thence west 40 ehains to point of
comtiieiK'emenr. and eoiilalnhiit'oiic hUtidred
and sixtj acieil, mbre rir k-Kh.
LOUISA I.. KITCIT.
per J. W. Fitch.
HATE September 2j, 190S.
NOTICE.
CIUNBROOK LA"D DISTRICT, DISTRICT
•IK SOUniEliN DJV"lMON' KA!)T KOOTKNaY.
TAKE notice'tjbiitr Henry J. CooVer of Moyie
B.C. occupation Blacksmith, intends to. apply
forrparmisslou to purchase tbo- folldwiug described lairtls.' '"' <"'   —*'•-'   '"'   *"•   '
Couiraenciae at a post planted on the ' west
bank of the.Moyie riyer kiibu'*,' 150 yards south
>f the Little Movie river, thenoe'wSBt 10 chains;
, hence Xorth 80 chains; theqCc Ei>^' 60 chains;
nioreorless to'^foylip'rhrter, tlit'nep south' aloug
rivcrbank to point of eommcneeit'c'Jti coiitain-
mg 160 acies more or less.     :'":.-"'' ,:    |
.   ' '' HZTHiY J.pOOPEll.
Sept: 14 th. 1908.   . ■ •: • i-  h f- *. .    ...
INTERNATIONAL*:
HOTEL,
- This hotel is nq.wf under new
, management,'and is first .class
.In every respect. ■   t
[B. E.  -TAYLOR," Mgr.
Victoria ^Streer.
MOYIK
Express and'Q'ener-' ''
> al.""Delivery'  Business.     Livery   and
,. Eeed.Stable.     ,,,    L   ,
WOOD   AND * COAL
,    For Sale'' '  . ,   '
°   , l.ef.ve 1 '-dnrb at, , .■,- '     i ,
' "'       G ivy n tie's Pi ore.
, .   ,,    > . ^     .   ^        . ,„
Moyie,'. -     'Biitish Oo.uinbui
.:   ' •   " '  ...      '"  >' ' Pl ,;"  '
v   -s      '     „.    X   '-"A A    *<<■•
SEXD Y-OUlt\.W.:ORK4CO.: ,TIIE
','   * ,  - -A     '.  ,.' .'•■'■
-   KOOTENAY:,
STjEAJI," ''!' '    ;
- LAUNDRY..       "
All White Labor.
NOTIflfi.
Xotice is hereby clven'U.ftt tt the o.\-|>Iration
of 3U cfiiys I Intend to apjily'tb' the Mbyk; W»ter
l.'o. Ltd., fora diriilieitte certificate of No D for
10 shares; No.}A'-for 201 sl'tro*; No. 100 /or 223,
shards. ".-     ' : ' ' ' •:.■■:       ■   ■■■.
W. L. REID,
Dated. Nov. W'th, IMS. ■ '   '        ''" ■
GENTLE BipN—
_ If you want a stylish, .up
to date tailor jnade suit, call
and inspect our spring goods
before ordering elsewhere.
*Wq guaratee  all
'Our Work.
Cleaning/      repairing and
pressing done.
Prices Right.
C. A. FOOTE
Merchant Tailor.
MOYIE, ..''.'."     B. C
Gbo. R. .Leask'.&'Co.
■ ■ \j -^ ■   . ...       y  ,' ...     \J
BUILDERS AND
<CONTRACTORS
Our Work is o»r  Advertisement
X/9ave worJc ^ith the    local agent
A, B. STEWART.
O   F. DESAULis'lER
DEAIER  IN        ',,
WQOD. GOAL £ F
PROMPT DELIVERY.   _   ^
aue.ens' A^e.      M.OYTE
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
TIEJ.U  OFrlCE. TOHOKTO
B. B. WAiKEB, President
ALEX, LAIRD, General JMtenager
ESTABLISH!-!*-
mi
Paid-up. Capital, S10,000 0oa
Reserve Fund, -    5,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in the'United States and England
COUNTRY BUSINESS *^^^£^^
banking business.  , Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection '
mail,
BANKING BY MAIL J*Z2£'2g£H?%
this way with equal facility. t
CRANBROOK BRANCH. ,  * ;';   •    /   ■    ,  R. T. BRYWNER,
and
115
t   i
WHEN AT CRANBROOK
",doS:t fouoet',to'Visnvotm stork
'< , <        it;, <      '       ,
* ', .   *
Ourocmas stoclcis now qornblcte and our' nricei mil
favourably compare" ^yit-h. ;*rny \\Bt eent ,hy other firms i\
through the post, and you sep at onco_wljiaV you aro buy- J
ing"Avitltoui.delay. , Wo beg to solicit an oarly iAspi'ction." ,'[
ANY' ORDKRS'SENT BY POST PROMPTLY ATTEXUKDT0. '"
'' ' * •■ v
■',;: vRAwoRiiirf'BRb^' ;
i L *, ' ~ * "    ff *i        j. ,   v    t    ^ , ri» •* ,
^ * '   A -•  * -      *     ■,,
C. P.'K. Watch.'Insftootors. / ■   ^ ■!-     v>  ;CI A>"'IICCK'
I^fc.
r^^s'ig&fc-'b ''r-
XiWiB vfiy* ,,\,"i*-'  --.--"*,,' (.   ,
'   ' Jiafgo1 assortment ;of-'GO-OAKTS and BABY
.' '■  ,    ; .CARRIAGES/  Prices from' §5'up'
Cranbmoji , Co-Operative
CANADIAN
fc    TW      argji
ANN-TJAL
Eastern    Canada
-Excursions
L««®€««*€«i»<a«»»©c«©«««^>*ecsc<««ocGffic^«®^?«w»«*H
p. F.jomysrojv     ■. , ,
This Hotel is New and well Furnished   The}
Tables are Supplied with the Best the}
'   Market affords. The Ear is Filled with
their est Brands "of„ Liquors and Cig-ars
HEADQL'ARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL
AND MINING MEN
MOYIE —    , '    - — — - —
««ac^eec eeec ec«c ©•©£.«*•€ ©o»c o««c •♦»« ^«et —9i ©•♦€< .•w*
ItniTISII COLVMlU' J
Moyie
Head   Office
GJIANBROQE
NOTICE.
l»0li:>e islicreby eiv«n that nt lhe DXDlJation
of Sddiiys I Intend toapjily to the Mriyio Wnter
Co. L,td., for a iluphoftte certificate of No. 10
for IU shares, aud No. la   for 371.
V. J. McMahou
Jlalod, Nov. 20th, 1008, .....
.•-J3.'0.
V. S. Liddicoat, Moyie, B. C.
See
Thos. Summers
Cigars,   Tobacco,  Fruifc  and
■Confectionery.
TOYS,   NOTIONS,'  ETC.
South  Victoria   St.
Low Bound Trip Rates to
ONTARIO,    QUEBEC     AND
MARITIME PROVINCES.
Tickets on sale Dec. L-.jfcp  Dec. 31.
inclusive, good to  return '.within
three months.
Tickets issued  in  connection Atlantic Steamship Business will  be
on sale froiii Nov. 21, and   limited
to five mqnths from date of issue.
Finest Equippjeut-     Siandard Firstclass
Sleeping and Tourist Cars pn all
Tfirpuqh Trains    ■'.
2 Through Express Trains Daily
THE "TORONTO EXPRESS''
Leaves Winnipeg  daily at  22.10,
making  connections   at   Toronto
for all points cast and west
thereof.
10!
Aa  in^da by tlio   proeent brewer   }s   ndmillcdlv
tlie,
__    Best  Beer in Eiitjt Xootcnny. With tlio Best Mull «nii X
ho Purest Spring WuttT it ii uncxcollt'd /or qnnliiy.    g
TiisidL on liaviog Moyio Beer, a
Bottled and Draft Beer. j
A Ell
CHAS.fJNPERWIE^, Mgrf
■■'■■A-'; -'.-"'* ':   ?'v".  ■ '.:■■.> X  a'   MOVIE, B..C,
BE
©ao-s©*******!
Impsri
Apply to nearest C. P.   It.  Agent
for full information.
a! tsank of Canada.
Capital   AuUio.-izo-.l ———...$10,000,000.
I                  -Gapitalpaid  up— A-———■——-r4,025,00O.
g Jtest— ——___.—......4,025.000.
I . S^yjngs bank departinent. .!
g Interest allowed on deposits from  date   of   d(!p»tl!s
g       predibod quarterly.
I     CRANBROOK BRANCH.
I J. F. M. PINKHAM,  Onager-
nnd
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