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Array i /,'      g   /;   / *        ')       ���    1' y\'  rO^ 36.  ^rearcat-e^    ~  _ MOYIE, B. C��� DECEMBER 20. 1902.  ''*''-    -'. ���������/.'��� ,  . , ,y_.   ,.u   ^   >x ^   ^   ;..   ;   "^^l  ''���Heap op the jyood~~The wind io  ''chill; ' 'v       ������'.'.  But let it whistle aa it will,  fell' keep 'our Christmas merry ctill.J*  53 a YEAR  ;%ke this Opportunity of e:sten#-  all, but especially, to otir piaii��  and patrons, the season's greet?  ^. wish'you aU a '    l '' -?  '   -J  Keoifgamzed. and In-  LOCAL NEWS,  * ^i -  Moyie lake is frozen'over. ..  ���>        \. ���  .  Dr. Bell was in town Monday.  ' The firemen have decided lo poptponc-  - their tlarice.  '   ( ...  , "iiys. Howard returned Monday from  an extended yisit in the east:'' ' ���  Boht. CampbeU wag  in  Cranbrook  Monday.'- '        '"  ���������iy-. ���     n  ��� Mr. Southward Left Monday  for his  bomb m'Ontario. '!''    '"  ��� Charlie Diamond is in the Lardeau  working in tb,e Triune mi'pe.   '"  ... i    * .     . . ,���  Get your presents a Hope's.   Ho has  a'rnaminbtli stoc^ to'eeleot from.'  ^^%S^J0BS3SSSSS^5S^^S^^^^S^ g  ��  It wi]l Be Built on t}ie Site ������ 'fir. .�� m���. w. is. stone  nf rha  ffiVT TV/T-Ill   ^tf 7iX.'-j       it;,.o- ro;*<-, ai��,,,ii. ������   o^^i  mar^y l*appy returns of the| same,  the words of the ^oet. conclude*'.  of ^'tH Old,Mill of 'fife"  East Kootenay turn/'  "ber Company.  wero vie  itiug with fHendg in, Cranbrook flue   -i.      f. . I '   ,-   .'    . ,J  . V V     ���    i '  A merry, merry Christmas,  A happy, joyous day.  In meriiment forgot them not,  Those debts you ought to pay.  ii-.lt  The Moyie Lumber Co. has been reorganised, and lias beeij incorporated  under the laws of the sVat'e'of Kansas.  It is now fha Moyie Lumber and  filling Co., ancl is capitalized  !or '$200,-  .000.   D. w. Grant of Fairbaulfc,  Min  nesota, ia president, and H.Cameron  of Moyie is manager..  Thl company  hae ordered a new engine and planer,  and a man to instalLlhis new machinery is already on  the ground/ ,-Next'  year their mill will have a cutting'capacity of 50,00Q feet of lumber a day  or 100,000 feet"if th'ey decide to  work  two shifts. '     ��� : '    "  It is now, a settled fact that the big  tie mill which Ts to ' he built by the'  East Kooferray Lumber company 'on  Moyie"lake will be'aUhe site of their  present mill. The sawmill machinery,  will be moved from this mill and be  used in the   mill &t   Tocbty,  but  the-  70.  DM   BANK ��� * OF;jCOMMgOB  1|��I4 up .^fRitai $8,900,000..   ���������;   .;  week  <  H.  J.   Rickord,   representing, ��� the  Nelson' Daily News, -was in   tojvr4 this  week soliciting business.       \  Manager Cameron of' fhe Moyie  Lumbering and Milling Co., transacted  bifsinesB in'Oranbrobk Thursday.'  The fact'of tjjere being plenty1 of  show is proving'a great/boon ' to   the  lumber men wbvo are taking out 'logs.  h r '  - ,  Tim Farrell is improving very rapidly at the Halcyon Hot Springs' sanitarium. He speaks very highly of the  place as a health resort.  A. H. Trent is in Elko, having  taken charge of tbe Columbia hotel  during the absence ,of Mr. and Mrs.  P. J. MoMahon. who intend spending  the winter .in California,.  A ton pound boy' was born to Mr.  and Mrs. A. McFarlane in Cranbrook  on Saturday last. Mother and child  are doing nicety, and "Sandy" is very  much pleased.  Jame6 Cronin is not going to  Ottawa* as a delegate from the rniueowners  engine an-d.'.boiler will remain aud Tbe j'��r   ihe. ^'ootenays.      He has  recommended that T. G. BlacketQck  of Toronto be invited to act in his stead.  The danco whicli'J will   be  given at  , Some pf the best hpliday. goods are everyday'goods; goods that... CT  enable you to'show both good will and eKcetleri'f- ju'dgmen't;'-Come *  m and let us suggest something to giye, or make a selection your- ^  self, from the hundreds qt ireful gifts displayed" in'our store. Come  ,-as early as you c3n���tl)e earljex you come the Vetter selection vou  will have.      ��� ..-���-��, ������,;.'. J .  i" ii  Pocket Books  . ��� ���  Leather Novelties  All' of these  are e^tcepdlngly  popular and  always tfbcdfl'tablc.  You canhOt make a mistake in  \j  ��� selecting 'from"- among-'   these  leather gift things. ���'   ��� -    ���  Parker's ��eus,  Qen^lemen'g-and I^^ies' '  ,  A'beautiful, constantly useful,  always acceptable present. Do  you know wh a fa-delightful companion a fountain peri is?'Prices  from $1.75 to $6.00 each.-'  Military Hair Brushes,"  c  Elegant Handle Brusfies'  ��.bohy goods; grtsaf variety of  shapes and sizes; prices ' as low  and as high as one would wish.  These are the idefil gifts, being  both ornamental and useful.  Perfumes, Colognes,  Toilet Waters  'Perfumes are always appropriate for Chiistmas gifts. Everybody likes them. We have all  kinds. Price's start at 25 ceiite,  and gome are as high as $10.00/ '  mm.  F. C. MMPAS." MGR  \   ��        *,i Jit* ,  CAPITAL, (Authorized) .$-1,000,000  CAPITAL, (Paid  Uo). ...*...:... .$2,308,932  TtEST .-.* ip2.438.59r>  AlS)FFIOE, TORONTO/ONTARIO.���Branch ofHces in   the  Xojfhweat Territories, Provinces of  British   Columbia,  Mani-  ,^}!j|, Ontario and Quebec.  MtfcRJlITT, Pres.   D. R. WILKIE, Vice-Prep and   Gen, Man.  p, Aesistiint Gen. Jlpuager.   W, MOFFAT, Ohief Inspector.  MOOlv BRANCH���   A general banking hn.-*;neas transacted  ^wjfDoprirtment���Deposits receiv<?��l and'int��rest allowed.  .{iV-Sild, avr.ilabloin all   pirts   of   Canada,   United   States  and  ftcp4  Snecial attention given to collections.  ��� _  ��.����� *  used !ot the, tie mill. v,Thft . mill will  be Sued up purposely for cutting ties,  and will handle the entire .three quar-'  tors of a million which the company  has cont��acf.gd to cut for th<j C. P..R.,  .   ."    ' ~���: i-  ' The Frenoh authorities have become  convinced that tbe death of Mrs. Ellen  Gore was accidental, and'have decided  to drop the case against M, DeRydze-  wski. ^"he Rusaiap wilj pot be tried  even upon the charge of homicide,  through imprudence.  TOT HALF OF THE GIFT THIHGS  ' i ''  ,   We ���bave in our store haye been enumerated, or even alluded to  *3" in this advertisement.  'There wasriHroom. '" But we do'want'y'ou to  see our splendid holiday goods,'and therefore we'most .'cordially invite you 'to come to onr .store. ' ���    ' '  13)  h Post Office Drug Store  2%ie, B. 0.  GENERAL  NEWS'NOTES.'  , > * ���-.   "      -1 i,  Just Received  '"*  3M  lb** fa  A fjuo \\vtft of fjterlinfr Silver  and Triple 'Plate. We have  many inexpensive things for  Xmas present?, Inspect onr  linep/pcihap? cur goods aud,  prict-s will suit you. 43   J$  I, THE -JEWElE8.il *���  Tivo Doors Ifr<*m I'ostoflTcp.  CRANBROOK.  the Australian hetel in 'Morrissey' on  ,lhei>vaning of December  Mth' prom-  ises-to be thebigge's't thing of tho year.  There will be four pieces' of music, the  argest hall iii East Iiooceney, splendid  lunch and all free.    Don't overlook it  Little Rhoda Biggigns had a narrow  escape from drowning  fcfjis  week.   A  thin scum of ice had formed  over the  narrows  and  llhoda  was  anxious to  ha^e her first skate of the season. She  ventured on the ice and broke through,  but was noticed in time and fished out.  Aside frorp being badly frightened she  had no ill efldcts from b)ev chilly bath.  In an article written   by ��� the  editor  of the Leader in this weeks':; issue of  the   Oranbrook Herald    mention    is  made of the oje "blasted" out in   tlie  St. Eugene mine. .The word "blocked"  dhould   be  substituted  for    the   word  "blasted"  which  appfears.    (The  error  Was cnused   through   tho    mtolligent  compositor misinterpreting our  hiero-  The evidence before the strike commission is going more and more cgainst  .,       - ' >'t -  11 (  the mine owners, ,. v-  A liquor license can not be issued  to any person in British,,-Columbia  who is not on the voters' list.   ' ���  . It is announced that parliament  will not be summoned to^ meet 'at  Ottawa before ^hursday, February ,19.  Evidence tendered to the coal commission shows that efforts were made  during the strike to Jbribe presidents of  union? to break the strike,'"   .  Nearly 9,000 Boers it js said are preparing emigrate to Amsrica amia will  settle in Colorado, New Mexico and  Texas.  Tfye 3,000 ton's of second olaas ore  at the California mine in tbe Republic  cam j will be shipped  to the  smoker  fit Nblaoii for treatment.  16  1    1  5'  .34  METAL   MARKET.  r *SZ^o?K~-BAT Bil*<*.m cents,  Lead, $4,124.   Copper, $11.30. Zinc"  (spelter) $i.Q0.    A       _ ���-  ''    ' v'.,  LO.VDON���Lead, '^10,16s. 3d.  '     '  '       BAST KOOTENAY STOCK, '  A      ,  xl''   :^ aJaV'Asked:T-A'- Bid '  Crow s Nest floal.,. .?125.O0 ?I10 Q0  St. Eugene,.*.,;    '     ^  '"' ��� '    '  North Star'.       *        ^0  Sullivan '/''     '    I  Can. QpJd Fields.'.. 3J    '       p   ,         ' j ,  Cranbrook H.��Wl Christmas ^mber.  ' The Oranbrook Herald's' Christmas  edition is before tbe pqblio.' It* con-  tains eigbc P*iges 0f interesting descriptive writeups from the Various por��  tions of the district, and is " well illus-'  trated yfth halftone cuis. tfonside*-  able f-paoe ia devoted to the ea-ly his-  tory^f the. country, a^d -there are  Wlend,d arttoles from the p8M of  Father Coccolo, Dr. Watt, J, F. ��rmj  T*��i   A   CARLOAD   OF   STOVES  JUST  i \J ARRIVED,  Mail  Orders  Given Prompt Attention.  k"ar��viiw>'��i"t  ILSVHIS SPACE IS KBSEEVED FOU  8 i*-  ��<-'*\aKS  *  |fc leading Ladies and Gents furnishers.  5^J  LFS^l ilOi/G.  .0  WI  JDESAOIiNIKK B��QS,   ITropS.  large   sample   room   in   conneclioti  th.hoiise for commercial men" Best  of acccinm'ddiifciona.  s .      1 .���'.... ���' I   ' :...''  I Headquarters for CommenciaJ and Mining Men.  Our stock for rfnmq Ivade 13  well assorti.-tl, with corythina  Dint is now, r-hoir-i' and ?"loct,  in lho linca puilablo fer Ani.ie  pvc-bij'ii:;.  .For instance:  .'Sets,  M  'ases,  Fancy Caps  Saucers,  fkkh Dishes,  Celery Dishes,  Or.;- JT.ir.'.l.Vr-rcl'iof'? aio worth  tv(./yoiioV insportion. , Th.3  Irish liiien and' ibe T'will'eilk  aro tho pure .-tnlT.  i.Neckwear, the'very, latest.'.'  glyphica. 1  F. J. IJiii, !nr ,ov-3r two years accountant for the St. Eugque Mining  Oumpiny, left Thursday for Gi is wold,  Manitoba, to spaud the holidays with  Ins brother. ' Fred is a bright, sober  aud industrious young  man  Jim Hill has announced a rate oi  $1.75 per ton bn coai from Iforrissoy  t... Spokane, -,\ distance cf over .100  miles, anc^the C. P. JR. has a raie oi  ���t'2 pei Jen to JTelson, a distance of 135  miles:  Dave'JMcBpath, a.  UroDouald, Fred  ,    n -��� adycrtjlsenjeiH  or^Cranbrook and ihe whole  district,  and reacts no small amount of credit!,  oni..K bimpson, who was afc  a l*rPe  ^ponse 6ua  considerable  double  k  producing \t.  S. A.   Irving  of  JVch  .1111}   wa8J-,-*;arkey"u ���   o.a.   irving  01   J\ otson,  fi   hulblul   cranloyo   of the  ^cniDauy. j: a'e  i.i.'.uut   ,'i   partnership  for  ono  .-jar 1* Liny ��u   ,1   ]*-inti'>g  business  Ife wns iilwiiys'tourLOOii*? ancl obliging  mid never goi ihe "swailed h��.tul" over  hit) pOeition. lie h.i*. U'eb".'! wir-hrs  of the people of  Mcyie   whorever  he  gO?F.  Mnder I bo name of tlio Tiihijue Co.  8.c]Uool nxamlxiRtio^.  A public examination was W i^  the Moyie school yesterday, ana a gc.-  ""ber oi jho parents of the  childr,-,  were present,    The chiklrca  did  Mrs. W. A. I-Yesfc,  rhotogrnpher,  C!r,tnbroo?c      JWojlf.',     lrort Htoolo.  ��?��*} u jO'j i. iw" 9Bt% niDsn rjdasvci  BeaJe, Hutchison  & Elwell���-����*.���  The Sunday  street car  b.viaw  wa.�� | cePL'01iany well and showed tho fffc^id  thoy-.vea-all  **., ,dvaact;d  ."     ^  Ht'JdiOH.   Tho following  voted on in Winnipeg on the*8th, and  i< -van (Inc'.-tlpd by .1 vote of ^IG(i for,  and  j>:%.70  KS.-:s  AVENTTE,  MOYIK,   B..('..  tM$k  ..����,.  .ainsf;   that   street    eiire  should no!, bo run in that city on Sun- j ��' (ll03i;  day, larity a  rt is claimed that .?5,000,000 is an- de^artmcnt:  oualij'Hpisiit ly Canada for German  dtoe1 riulii. Thcs'ii mils are being laid  down in Canada for less than tho cost  uf tha Ci'.nailii'.n rails it lhe Sault S to.  Maiie mills.  IICftil Office ,  CKilT-rniTOOK.  Cliuicli Soivloos.  PRBPBYTBKIAS���Sunday school fit 4  p. in. AftoruGon service iu the hull  at 3 o'clock. Subject: '''The Message  of Christmas.-''  T. A, BUOADtOOT, 1'astor.  METHODIST���Sunday .sohool ' afc   2  p. m.   Preaching   at    7 :S0    o'clock-  Subject::   ."The Advent   of'.:,'.Christ;'"  Luke.,2:li. '��� ' ������;'���.     :'A    ���   ���  Hymns 111, 144, . 160.   There wll  be special music by the choir.     ,    *  All aro .welcoiriu.     . a  :: A, E. MA'KSHALL/Pastov.  Mlio^whoj-cofvedprizea for  ���nd ri'.nctunluv  ro tiio naast..*  roiru-  ���u   thc  seni-T  ITifth Ctass���Ja^os Harper,  lourth OIrss���A-ihi,-- t  ������ .  . .,    e"   *^thur Lutner,  ^^dOlass-ciovolandDiii  beooad CJaS-l,Alfred 0,��rJw'.i  c-ivMnw EEiflr;a,nuc(lli  There will bo a 0hn,r,mag tro. ���.  cnerUiiiimentholdin.hoMc^;:  :tU^''' -0'"1' t0 which they Jieanilv  l"Vlffi   f>T.-,5,.x,k  ^   I . J     *l,t''����lIlV  t.u'e embody u, COmo> -  'il   ner^ena w^a i>,... *     *K  A"-irs *��o.havepm,sm8.r    t,   .  cbilarea .or 'fiiendfi   *a   1    -       ���d" A  1 ������',* -/loiius* to '.have'''thiini  placed upon ,fcthe tree    so   s1Jf  o  Ulaus, who will !-��-���,���.���   -      .      o..ntj, ,  era;.;fjinrtbewMt3oi6yer^   m;  drills, music,' d^u"U C^M8t ����  ��tc 'i'i,ft"-r- .SUe8'y ^citations,  ��tp., xue  committee who  hayo m^  v^��lhhauclprom1se,puar^  *   ,:.  :   ���  I  1        j'  ..   1  ���' 1  1 ii  Wffr a spirit A-asic within the compai 1-
meni To jiour oUt br.viidv and hoid
JL lo Liu- sunercr'.-, hps was the'work
uf a moment. J'v.-iS& drank, gasped,
and     bc^an     to  breathe mure freely.
Novel bj Annie Thompson.
I •-
5 J'f|
A. f
th is ,
Those startled looks of pained surprise,  wuh  wluch  iii  tlie earlier dais
o: their acquaintance she had greeted
•some km wing remark of Jus. haunted
his  memory     until    he began  almost
imi-onsi-iously to shape his words and
tfioughis into conformity with    wjiac
he  believed to  be- her ideal.  And
lie  did,  not  only  when he  was
minded of his  monitor bv her    pre*
wice.     A very' tender conscience    hac
been  begotten in him,   which  it   was
bwoming  daily   more  impossible     to
MoJuie.    Also,  lie Wua awakening to
a seme of his neglected duties.      For
months ho liad' been  content to     enjoy  h,s  wealth  in' idleness,     but      a
sympathetic     commonplace regarcb'ivr
'he Aveiflht of anviety that  must    be
hih on account qf his possesions; fell
{roin   Mary's   lij 8  one tiay a„d ;-,,.,„_
■n .ted uie subtc-U for him.  When  the
i:.n had spoken,  lie turned impulsively to Jier, and took her hand. '
••liss   .Vary."   h
Uie  livid   hue   died   away    from     his
lace,   he   wiped   ihe   dampness     from
his     forehead-      Presentlv   he   looked
up  with an attempt at a smile,
am   better      That  was  npt
You   can't  guess   what  a
hei it is to hove the pain go.     I
sorn" to ha\e alarmed you."
""lou     are     surely    seriously
Gavin  said,   much  concerned.
"I ha\e these attacks
it  is  heart   complaint
doing   too  much."     He
the     papers    on     his
"Pruy  sit down,  Mr.
wanted something?"
I' had     better"
"Are you  reallv
"Quite able."
Gavin   made     an   unsuccessful
tempt to collect his  sentences.
he said,   "I have
I am
I  ha\"e   been
turned    over
desk   hstlesslj . j
Wishart.     You
come    at  another/
assure  you  I  u'm  all  right
able to talk?"    '
- a't-
mallers. I think
on the whole, not
£l!,000   in   Argcn-
nirc; i
iUH'   !■
1   W;'S
neier do
.   Wis-
but I
suggest ions
. Ui
her   advice;
' Mvect
and appre-
Slie  wrote
and  brooded
of a I
irom    ad-
Twiss'  devotion1!
f-aid,   "*J  think     I
wrong again,  if vou
iiwjiys near to advise me.   Vou
hov.n mo a hundred things that
hi ind to bc'ore.  I have certain-
.*   neglected   work  that old Alt
»■"'■   expected i,.e to attend to
•s.i.iU nut neglect it am- longer '
Aow  Mars'*  heart   boat.'how    ]H*i
Svic?   u-      ■'   "nS  "'  Ph-CaibI° thU hGl'
ad\ice   was  of  *,a!nc,   her
were     of l;se>  ,v0   one  at "the" .Manse
e^r   thought     of  asking
Jvate always  treat-dGlier MigoeM;0ns
«it.h    aimisdd .tolerance,  Jlow
it was to be appreciated,
C'Satcd   by Gavin   Wishart
},,s mortis on  her lioart
<>ver     lier    hidden freausre; she Ahc
■was actually influencing the life' "    '
On   the  present   occasion,     Gavin's
tn oughts having wandered
miration  of Pichard
and energy to  the contemplation    or
ha   own   dilatory      habits,   he
prised his companion',  after an
\al,   by a  sudden  question.
'      "Ullat  do you   think  of Argentines
as an investment?"
"Kxcellent     counters     to      u-Lmhl-.
.      J'llh."   replied   Air.   Claverton" <Whv
do you ask0"
"I  have  a  few   thousands  to     invest, I want your opinion."
J e'l.   if   I  had   the   spare  money,
and   required  a   litfle   excitement,     f
the°,n     bry    An«*u™*>     ^d,   keep
■     ..'",— for «■ ve,'y short time."
' ihey aro safe enough, aren't they?
I hold  some already  for  the  Prison!
<?rs   Aid scheme,  and  thought of hm-
m? o-hers for the Indigent Fund "
•J n vest trust money in Anrenti
e«luiuied     Air.   Claverton, '
not care to have you for
*>o,  no   Take my advice — sell    out
iloli   lnZrh0]d       a"d    think   y°U'S0»
'   wm'h«     f,    °Lil withou«< loss. There
wui be a big reaction presently   \s a
rustie  it is    not your  business
ta..o risky securities
making    large
look foi. Sell out, sell  out.   if you're
omcey"Z^e Cl°Se    t0  the  s<^itor's
b     Pn ^1]VV0V '',omft i,1?" l^e asked,
and  his  mind   was  now  considerably
h    l"d W„°?'V u d^' ^ tw° before,
Twit     tn     -Ut   a"lho'-'^     liichard
im   ioThT in Ar^»tlne Bonds, ow'
J»g io that .gentleman's warm recom-
wrth"Tnhi?1thT: now he ^d
' iUl   aX  hls  heart,   either
benevolent  old relative
died him with this
fSmitPl'n°r, e,fCA,hdt ^ had"bee,;'fi-ee
S Twf;, °UUlUl advantage of fiich-
Vlo 7. if , co-°"c'ration and advice.
He  recalled     with     some -misgives
"lv i,TTh^     had   cou**»«*   Wm   fo
\eiy m  these    matters    on his    own
judgment   and on no account    to le
influenced  by  the timidity    of    some
ttTnhe C°Uld name' -ho thoih?
the proper Way to invest money was
to lay it up in an old stocking
It would be so different,"    Twiss
t,relvl'rS "V y°U -VOUrscl' were entirely  without  experience.   With  vour
Kt3'i','0reSighL' and knowledge of
"a^he    fact     is,'
been  reconsidering
it  will be as  well,
to     invest.   that
tines," ' ,
"Not!     I    understood we were   to
purchase,    at    once.     T did  so      The
bonds    came      by    to-dav's mail"—
Twiss  feebly  lifted, one  pile  of     pa-
Pers,  and  then  another,
—-'T  thought   I   had   them  here:
X  must  have  locked   them
rose, steadying himself by
"Oh, don't trouble
| the : (Mil Ol Jii>\.,■!■.,. 'iuo ui Uie ju- ,
n-ali-j. oi the .-k..•).-.(', foi nd the Ii-.ji,'.'
p.»s.*>  all   too  tJi.jckh. "J Ley      1 oo.c ■
long   walks     to   favorite   au'J   ahii'-it.
I org ot ten  haunts.      Ti.i_.\    puid      ion^ I
\ liits to \.,nous old fuh.s m ili.j -, i£ j
laL;e,   who  had   known   .John   U13 ford ,'
from   ins   boyhood,'  and   who  insisted 1
an  his   partaking  of  tea  and  scom-s
and  Ayrshire cheese,   while they told    '
him of relatives of their own in A us- J '.
and      produced    sundiy   well
letters iruin abroad 'for his  inspection. Mary   was  his   constant
companion,   ready   at  ahy  hour     for
any   excursion    he  liked    to  propose.
Together      tliey    sailed  out   to  Ailsa
Craig,   and   walked   to  I-endal  Foot,
revisited all, the places that had
de.\r  to Alice.     Kate  was  ocea-|
sionally  asked  to  join   them
excused    hcrseh\    she  Was   t
"'■" jsaid.     .She   was   busy:
waging       \V<ir    against
foes,   (for it pleased her' at this par
ttcular » period      to   have   the Manse
thoroughly     cleaned    from  attic     to
basement—a    proceeding  which     bewildered    her  uncle,   wearied  herself
and    ■-'-- •  '- '
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but she
00 .busy,
not 011I5"
ga\'e John and Alary e\'ery   reason     to    remain   out  ot" doors,)   but
also   in   waging   war  against   certain
devils   who   took   up  thei
her heart.
up  their  abode    in
,   . a»d refused,  for the time
being,  to be driven out.     '
Kate—whose   .soul
been     thrilled
as  he  snnl-e • "^i^     overPOWeruig   and     inspiring
as he spoke ■ emotion she had ever experienced, so
that,     for  a   brief  space,   she
have   attained
had so lately
to its depths by tho
up."     He
a ciiair.
protested Ga
vin," alarmed   to  see  how much
"pain     had     weakened   him.      "I"
"They are here." said Richard. lie*
had unlocked the 'safe, and'handed
the parcel of bonds- to Oa*. in, who
turned if over mecnanicallv, noticing
that tliey were neatly done up in the
lawyer's  usual   methodical   manner	
■tied    round    withered  tape and  conspicuously   labeled   "Indigent   Gentlewomen's Fund "-also that some   careless   person  had  splashed   them
.ink   in  a  way  that
"Of course if you wish it i\e can
sell out to-morrow," continued
Twiss, ,"but it seems a pitv. Il"ok'
them for a time, at any, rate. Thev
are rising steadily, and safe to
Well—perhaps—"  Gavin
The lawyer returned
,        ..  t, - — seemed
to herself to have attained to thc
knowledge'"of all good—had now attained o  tO
the  bonds
-...., .„....,Cl   juuurnea  uie  bonds    to
his safe,  and  seated himself 'again.
I think we are lucky  to' get. them
you  to
I am
"I 'should
tny trustee.
for  the sake   of
profits,   a    moderate,
that    his
had  not sad-
troublesome trus-
at  the  price," he said
have cleared three per cent,  on them
yesterday."  ■ Jiis voice
"I shall have to  ask
yo,    after     all,  Mr.   Wishart!
not fit for more work
Gavin  left at  once.
On his  way home,   it occurred     to
him   that,   in   the   circumstances,     it,
might   not   be  very  long  before     the
W ishart     Charitable    - Funds       were
transferred   to  Air.   Claverton's   management:      but     he     dismissed     the
thought  hastily.     ue  felt   imaccount-
aoly  remorseful  because  he  had  distrusted   such   a   sufferer   even   for     n
few  minutes.     The  agonized  look   in
the poor man's face had made a most
painiul      Impression      on    him.     He
could  not   rid   himself  of the remembrance;     it    haunted   him   the   whole
day  through,   and   was   with  him
night  when  he  dropped  off
In    the    middle  of the
found     himself       sitting     bolt     upright     in ^   bed —  strangely      wide
awake,   every  nerve   quivering,   every
raculty      on     the  alert.     Ue  looked
down at his hands half expecting    lo
hnd them full of papers-  for he    had
been   dreaming of his  interview with
the lawyer and of the'parcel splashed
by     ink     which, 'in   his   dream,   had
poured  o\er the payer  in a rude   resemblance to a map of the 3)ark Continent        Suddenly     the    explanation
flashed upon him.     "i have-seen that
puree!   before,"   he   cried   aloud.      "I
had   it'in my hands  in Twiss'  office
three months ago.    1 could swear to'
the  shape of  tbe stain,   e*.en to    the
-smaller   blot  that  looked   like   Madagascar.     J)id Twiss ghe  them
bv mistake?    Xo. for they
ed   to-day  as  securities
gent Fund.    Throe
to  sleep,
night,     he
the knowledge of much
evil; was, in fact, a prey to jealousy, anger, hatred even. Throughout      Uie       day,       she       performed
c?«?-h  ^'naCleS   of enerSy.   that     the
stolid Jiella was amazed at hor mistress' ardor;  and  at  night,  she sank
weaned upon her bed, to be torment
ed  through long hours hy    thoughts
which she had not. the strength     to
.banish.  Sho would rise in  the morn*
ing, heavy eyed * and  lanquid,     with
.that numbness and apathy about her
heart,  which  is  pleasure  in comparison-with the pain of feeling; it    did
not      unfortunately, ■      outlast *   the
breakfast hour.   The  kindly sun  tanned  her  cheeks  to  mask    her pallor-
but, nothing-  could . disguise ■ the     un-
romantic fact that her temper suffer-
_ "I wish- some one would go to
-Raeden. for me," said ATr. Ferris one
morning. -There is a message I want
•taken to*your old Mend Morison the
weaver Kate; I should like him to
have it to.day."
No one responded' to this appeal;
Kate, to whom it was more particularly addressed, studied the contents
of her coffee cup intently. Raeden was
a village five miles distant,  the road
LVcVWaSTd-USty' fadeless, and uninteresting; Kate not infrequently went
there, but to-day she felt weary and
unequal to the walk. Mary glanced
hesitatingly at her cousin, and S
'"I am so1 sorry,  Ucncie, that I have
promised to  lunch  at Doune     J-w!
„*a\,    I™'    * am afraid there ™o»ld
ri«,.   t ^V°  d°  both'   unless     in-
I mi'Jr f    directly afler ]unch'' then
l might manage it." o
"Why, Mary," said John, "Doune
House must be* two miles in the op!
soSfr£ direCtion'  You c°»ld not walk
."Well  then," , continued Marv,  anxious to solve the difficulty,
I go  to    Raeden     instead"
butThe  ?r°"  mUS ■ S°   there'     Jo1^
out   tne  Graigs   can
of    Doune
don't     believe
time;  I
"Certainly I should mind
morrow do.  Aft-.  Ferris?   we
for you then
me  at     any
they     would
,-, can    go
i       ,   , J-'-ven  if Marv were to
break her engagement, Raeden is too
far tor her to walk there alone
you agree with  me Kate?"      -
-i^ate had  listened
tho  conversation*
ei,« .   i .  A   c,ul.on'   «"«    uiu  not   cars
^no told  '*'.>•■•">!<•   .  •- *-«•*=.
he  first
to me
were label-
for   the Indi-
in on ths ago
any one
As he recalled this speech,     Oavin'<-
ace tingled      Ho knew perfectly w"i
that he had     neither    Pa«-acitv
loresight,  nor  wfd0
^'as   in   plain   truth
expenVnce;      !u,t
easily  led,  with «ufl,S^'^    ^
aware  of his
w 11
v.,ni«„ -i      .    .WeaKness  and  suflicicnL
vanity to desire to hide it
™,Ther°  '"?  St'^  h'"10'"   llc  reflected
courageously,   "I shtlil put a stop
events  of    the
He began to arrange
between     Twiss  and
evince    a
J3e     heard
a conversation
and   himself,   in  the
course of which  he was  to
Kood     deal  of sagacity
himself  allude   to a  probable  big reliction ,n Argentines, and hint nt n°
considerations     that  should ""
a     trustee    in     J,;s   cho
!'?e,,ts- ,   r»    a     fervor
llo>'.     lie  reached  the
iiihI      went    •>= ."»-;"•*"_.»«-«  oiiico
'ice   of   iuvest-
'  of  deteruiirui-
lawyer's  ofli
f'-rwii u\.
Gavin  approuched
**   "«.,al   to   his   private
face was
.  with   his   head     bent
restniir     on     hie   1 .
-     on    ins  hands;  ns
he looked   up—hi..,
was agonized,  his lips
. 1'ain.     'J'lie sigla    was
^y-i"L s.» -r^w
lou are  terribly"ill!"   i,„ ,,..,.,   •
ed       "c.,,-,   1    ,        ,r no exclaim-
caii someone?"   a^^V  .Shall  .1
Unable   to   ^-.r-i'-    rn    .
^th his jisij"Vdws rtioned
of pigeon   ' i,„i„ ho structure
^i Jit'i^z^
S^;S'™^  been fitted,
to  a   ,-Jc ■ !r ll  Waa   the   d0°r
'CCC'^',  he  veiled  it  and  found
sliewed  them   Lo  me
were  Prisoners'   Aid  securities'
queer,  to say  the least  of it.
can it mean?"
He  appealed  to  thc  darkness:    and
when his Aoice ceased,  it seemed    *.o
him   that   the   darkness   surged   witn
sounds   which   carried   confusion   into
his brain.     The extraordinarily vivid
impression with which ho had awakened,  was clean gone from  him.     j-je
pressed     his   hands  against   his   e\ es
in  the  effort  to   recall   the exa-'t. appearance  of  the   bonds—he  could si">
nothing but Richard's face,  di-torte-l
with   pain.     Ife  tried   to   think
sistently,  to  reason  out  the
of   the   renppcaranee   of   thc
but    the    most  trivial
day   crowded   into  his   mind,   making
consistent   thought   impossible.
"I   shall     see  them  attain.     I
call at the office to
It was some time before Ids  evcit-
ed   fancy  would   let  him   sleep;     but
when  he wakened  in   broad  daylight
the visions ofthe night time appeared   utterly   absurd      lie   was   almost
ashamed     that      he   had   enter, a mod
them    seriousl.v—and     >et,    and   vet
they  had   s.*cmed   so  real.     Althoiit-h
he protested  to himself fhat it   ,va,
outrnireons to suppose a man of .such
standing    as    kiihnrd   "I'wi.ss
of  fraud,   an   uneomfortnhle '
crept   over  him   now   ant]
sVnke  it   off  entiielv
lawyer's   office,   and
lieved .    when     he
Twiss       was      too'
business that da\.
. ^.      ap-
to sanction his own plans
acquiesce with the absurd    con-
*   1,  r     Wjth     ^'bich    Alary
treated?  She  flashed             \
sarcasm   at
answered,   "De-
he de-
she    did  not   r
matter"  ^^   h°W  ^^  -^ttled Th^
matter.     'jhis    direct appeal  affected
her strangely.  Why should John      ^
ply to her,
"""■-ii    iuary   was
ni   him  f ,        —  a quick    glance
at him from her dark eyes, and
veyed in her tone all the
her command, as she
Morv'« r aSrCf WiLh yo,,• Considering
,,^VS a?e' ]t is Quite out of * thf
question for her to walk fivo miles
along a country road in broad day!
Jight. without a companion. I ht^
the good fortune to be three vears
older. G ve me your message, Ur^le
I can take it this afternoon." '
&ho  had     the    satisfaction to    'see
amazed'looks exchanged bv her com
Panions,  and she &tr«m,ed  de"perX
y..ni    r-a1 lnclmt'tion to cry.-
h-f, ^yx?.!^jy;
'Thanks,"     rejoined     Kate,    icily
there  is  no  need   to  alter  any     aJl
S?fS,;nttl r,ui"enjoy 1*° ilU
pieier to he alone."
After this*, the subject was dropped
"n ?tled Win ^°n ''n dlie ^™i
w,. >'     Lhh,r     Pnon'loH    all (he
•rohn   dismissed   this   little   episode
h-tnKn\   "im''    W,'th   tbe  renet?on
thatkKato must be a most
tnetic companion for
in  the  day,   it
but later
ie  suspicion
airain.     To
be   went   to  1he
was   a)most    returned   thai   Mr
unwell   to   be  ut
centre  of
GHAl'TFH   \IIl.
wee.is   that  remained    .,f
wore un^lit'1:" u&'T'8 re^^
Clouds       mign, UUL: Umt    w-
hy       the        suu ,   •     suu'^oned
add to j.i„ , l suiisui to
disappeared btforf?^' buL they
followed day •' Uawn' und d^''
glowing wlth l,,'1Vaiied  "^^or-
a„,t  \r ,     . rccurrGd  to him.      He
and Mary, had accustomed themselves
to end every day with u K,ro)I T"
the solitary sea shore. Tl,Py had a
utvorae renting place ZJ0^\^
rocks,  and came to  it cvonin- %.f(l,
light crept across  the skv
mff,     while     they    sai    A'
sireiched   out   her   hiuuls   to"'» '"'^
with a deep sigh  of^Uu    ^  "*
lJ<> r.a co.\-n.vUiSD 7
— J       -J'
Cyril Moore, lawyer, was not noted
for tbe suavity of his manner nor the
mildness otitis glance.   Both were unusually  severe tlii£ morning,   and  he
was not incllnod to deal gently with
his disturber.  He bad been interrupted
in the consideration of an  important
matter, but Dorothy Dale's brown eyes
never flinched before his deep set gray
"Please, may 1 talk lo you a few
minutes?" she aGked In her soft little
"I am A-ery busy," he returned, "and
gave orders that 1 was not to.be disturbed."
''The elevator boy showed me your
office, and there .was no one in the other room, and so I came in," said D010-
The lawyer made an impatient movement, mentally resolving upon the censure which Wilson should receive for
leaving the entrance to the oflice
Two little red spots und crept into
Dorothy's face, but she went on brave-
Jy: "   ■
"1'ou see," she began, *T'—
Tbe Jawyer'again moved impatiently
and frowned, but his small visitor persisted.
"it is so ^Important, you see."   There
was  a   keen   note'of  anxiety   in   lier
voice,  but the brown eyes never wa-'
vered.   And what was thero in  their
depths which brought to the'lawyer's
mind a vague memory and made'hlm
look at*bis visitor with a stirring of'in- j
terest, then hesitate and Hnnlfv push I
aside the papers oyer  which   lie  had
been absorbed and sav shortly*
-What Js it?   I can give yoii a few
Oh. thank you." said Dorothy politely. /Tt Is about that position in the
Hilton school." » t
Cyril stared In surprise. What could
this littlo, old fashioned girl have "to
say about that? It would be intn-est-
ing to know. He pushed hid papers
farther away and leaned back "in. his
"Sit down,"   be said,  pointing to a
ebair.   Dorothy obeyed   witli <•   grave
"Thank you." settling herself comfort-
fibly in the chair which  was so  high
that   her   feet'were  quite   a   distance
from the ground.   Her blue felt sailor
bat was pushed back on ber head  and
s.everaP soft  brown  rings of  her   hair
bad found their, way to ber forehead.
She lifted her clear eyes to the lawver
and again their depths yaguelv stirred
his heart.
"You'see, auntie lost all her money
In Boston, and so we h.id to come bore
to live. Auntie owns a little house here
and she says that'is belter Hum uutb-
jug. And yesterday Mrs. Pruden told
her they wanted a teacher in that
school and that auntie must try to -et
it right away."     , *     -"
"Oh, indeed," ejaculated Cyril.
"\ ou see," she went on in a con Aden-'
tlal tone, "auntie knows « lot of tl
She belonged to ever
Boston.   Every
Dorothy paused to see if the lawvo
was properly impressed  with  tbe ini
portance of ber aunt's acquireineuts
Yes." said Cyril politely.
"Mrs.   Pruden   told auntie  that
eould   let   her  teach   that
last evening a   letter
White in  Boston  to say auntie  must
.come to see him right off.    You see, he
attends to till of ber business.   So tdie
had to go on the early train this morn-
ing.      Here  Dorothy stopped,   out- of
Cyril uttered au interrogative "Yes"
Dorothy smiled  up at blm.   "And  1
was afraid she might be loo late when
sue came   back, and  then   It   will
such a uice surprise for ber
docs come back  for uie to
came to see you about it"
"Then  she doesn't know
are doing?" queried Cyril.
"Oh, no.   I wailed tin she'whs
"Where   do   you'   live?
"Over on Ros-e Crescent."
The lawyer did not recognize the locality,    but    there    had    bivn
changes in the old town dm-in
jetu-s   in   which   ho  hud   been
trom it
"Auntie will be a splendid
lou  see,  she's so
please try her?"
In her eagerness Dorothy arose and
stood beside Cyril, placing lie,- hand
its woolen mitten on his arm
The little action thrilled him.   a sud-
don realization of the loneliness of h<5
e smote him, and again  the child'.-l
brown eyes awoke that memory
Please   " " -
invay with: "Don't bother int.-* with
Ibnt now. it's such a fine aft* rimim 1
think I'll take a walk and look at thai
Dorreu property."
Wilson  went back  to his desk,   lie
furtively   watched   the  lawyer ass  the
(► j latter put on overcoat, hat and gloves.,
£ j It was the lirst time within his know]'
edge that Cyril had set aside 1111 irnpor
tant matter.  What bad happened?
The  lawyer  walked  ou   with  rapid
stride.  There was iu the air a sugges-
| tion of the spring which  was.not yet
On the corner an organ grinder was
playing popular airs.    A little farther
.on a dower' vender was offering bouquets of violets  for sale.'  The scent
of the tlowers tloated up to him, nnd
the memories awakened earlier in the
day  by a pair of'childish  eyes  were
again stirred.   Cyril bought one of the
fragrant purple clusters,   fastening  It
In the lapel of his coat with a smile
When had he done such a thing?
As he walked along' bis' glance tell
upon a lamppost bearing the name
"Rose Crescent."
A sudden remembrance came to him ]
of his little, visitor of the morning. .
That was where she had, said she'
lived. He recalled his promise to do *
what he could for her aunt. Whv not -'
call upon her and find out her iUuesa '
for tho position? ii© paused to glance''
up and down the street.
But the child had not told him ber
aunt's'name or their number.'    Then it '
was   useless   to    consider    it   further   'yGii
Still he would like to piea.se that child' I N
. He was  walking on  wIhmi hr. |,wu'd I U
u flying of small Teet behind  lifui lind
bis name called.    He turned around to
see his little visitor of tlio morning'
"Oh." she exclaimed,    ;'l was nt
window   and   saw   you   .passing,
thought perhaps you  wore coiuliu
see us." , - *
"Well;" said. Cyril, smiling.
not tell me ypur number."     ,
"I   forgor,"   she   laughs.     "U'9   In
here." -They had been  walking bi.ck
«ud   now  she  stopped   in   from  of j
modest bouse standing back from "the
rfe«1 -VuU A
Oil,  Ufcd
*'o* Si mi,
» Si
ar >
Only  tl
"'•'<* M10 }
i-^'i-M    I-i    H
"L'Olj.l   U„
o Midure     T},
aiuoij^,   j
a'HK   111   U
"'    'HUM
1 Mil L,
a 1-1
i'i" .*;oijjv1 hu
nies  th
m<-*iit.s umj
' «:ial,i
''"i    111!
^t    pos.-.iblv
ust be tr<*
id WmIi
ine i'i't
°'*f tt.uij
'<! ,th
J-» lUJi
f-ISt ti,
funs' I',,,],
»" trial tl
*e fvea tti
i«'**i- |„
'" ninsl
11  k
" I'eiff
llOWn   J.'M,it,
in an miei'
'   Ij'Avcuir
i"oof  of  tJu:
ink Pills
oehottf  .s
rs, I   w
tin  .N
a'tt >>r.h,
in i',
uiie.-j 1
as  a
I if*
ies   to
: to
'you did
'"Uoifie in," she said.    "Auutie's-just
got home.  I didn't (ell her about it yti "
Cyril   followed   ber   up   the
path and into.tbe house
She led him
mto a room opening off a small hall
A lacy seated'before an open tire rose
ot his entrance. " she was hot very
young   «,„} she was very, sweet look-
young, and she was .verv, sweet
>v-ith great brown eves.
"Madam," began Cyril' "P'~
He broke off abruptly,' looked,bowii:
dctei}, thou ejaculated, "Rebecca Powers— you.'" ■■ "
"Cyril.'   Why"—
"You see. nuntie, I weut to see Mr
Moore about that school. I was afraid'
you a be too late, and1'- began Dor
| iu.'jn'
con i*i
1 nous
•til -such
at: en
let;   n
I endured
.1   couhi
"'as    uniit
ti   Ulfl".-tn|
VI y
SI .11.
way my
1 tried
"(-ii I.i,...,
<><■( am,.
•'i i.uir.hi
not Ii ing  hi'l (,..,!
ixctl  to  tal:i' 1),
and  ,iJie;i tf,j
iw 1.
pains  Ion
tiU'iied.     In-imv'f
my I
"'.ih.'i 61-i-i
iat I  feJi  bi'tt.r tb
ie  trouble
had an ;ll-i*,. ,„
iced    thai    h
iix*   the   bi-,t uii-Jii
tor rheuiiiiit,M,i."
HI ia
iviiized  l
ii-le  i.s  due
>i iTll
ll fill
lent* »k a 11:
'•iitiw'U ;tj
•is rr,« 'jHajs
conioUir ataxia, j,Mjl
(,Hi,lli,> \ii;l\\
ami \'if syia
nervous h
ifHict so
>.v' deuh
Illili)'-   V,(
C   pl'lStl... \i. to
^ elst* wlii.'
But neither her aunt nor the lawyer |nro"
seemed   toihear ber.  .The  latter was "'"""
saying, "She has eyes like
"You   see,   auntie
"Hi-.   Will:
ho.\    li ui il I
so umny clubs In
one says that she'is so
began    Dorothy'
once more, but stopped as Cyril 'spoke
again.   -To find you hi're."" Ills face
was flushed, and, his oyes were shin-
hig.    There was n bright color iu  the i
cheeks of Dorothy's nunt too.  Dorothy j
was looking ut her In sn.-pri.se.   Whv
sbe knew Mr. Moore.  Then she would I
surely got tba f school.
"Are    you    still
When  1  saw
Co., I
will h,
ho.v.  or six boxes  for $2.r-><
to thi- Dr. Wi
rockviihi, Out.
mullah pom. jmid.
Thu  Spirit  of  fliml.  ui
ten; , the    tmii
and makes us feel
being has a claim
Kit     l-ll-
11  113
ime   from
■ wh
.'ii she
ber  I
g those
Won't  you
Hebecc;! ■ Powers?
you hist. 1 thought that
you were going to marry"-
. Miss Powers Interrupted him c,ulotlv.
"lou were mistaken, but 1 remember
you hud a bad habit in those duys of
Jumping at conclusions."  .
"That one has cost tne dear—all these
lonely years." lie said.
He tool; the bunch of violets from
his coat. "I remember vou were always fond of violets, Rebecca. Are vou
still V" He held the'fragrant*blossoms
toward her. and Miss Powers, nfter a
glance into his face, took them from
bis hand. She held them to her lips a
moment, then fastened them carefully
in her bosom. t   ,
Dorothy was becoming impatient,
but to her great amazement Just then
Cyril stooped down and kissed her
Then he turned to Dorothy, , "1 nm
going to ask your'aunt to take charge
of one pupil." he said-"one who needs
her very much."     '
"One    pupil!"    exclaimed    Dorothy
"Why. I"_ •**
Kut again neither her aunt nor the
lawyer seemed to hear her.
TO'i'AI.J^Y Dl-lAV
Port   Purry,   writes
vt*r>-   cold   Inst
iny becoming total!1,  tiui
put-Uullv   so   in     Ui<*   nil..>r
various'   remoclh'S   umi
doctors,   without   u!'..'-
v.u.!>   udvis.-tj   to   tt\   Pi    i*
trfi; Oil.      f wiiriiifti th,. •>•, j*-,*?*!
lit iU»  of  ii   into
huh   1 he   Lottie   ■■,.••,    -|. .-,|   ;m tS
«nr.   coinplotol.v   ic-|o:m1     1 Ui{
of other cast's' of
the  u.sf  of   thi*i   ii
Mi    S   i
" 1  u.iili
wlni'-i,   «hf(.', I'-.l
i..|i*j i.'f-l
I'.l' i   i'S-l
riie  happiest   ine mi
the ^Christian,   \wn-u (|!-'-i;
understood.    Ti
* contrary do not kuw
AVbut  tn lio  "VVli.'ii   Halo* Ji J'ri-il
r.15/Jll'i» f|
cn ior
WW* "J
i-a is"
ever an-
ii,  a   turbailed
Kervant.  Llaji
won't youV" urged Dorothy,
with an   unconscious pressure of   his
with    the
Into   tho   eager
oppression   in   bis owh
seen there during later
«rey   twi-
This even-
there,   y\jy
Cyril   looked
face  with  an
that few bad
yea rs.
mo£,n?0|WhatIW,nda  ' mu«' know
more of  her qunllflcatlons.    I   „J(.n„ "
^^ttilngs una the person who teaches
ochool must know  I'll
I   want   one
conior«toi,eA6f  that
which we entitle manhood
the monosyllable "Ko.'
song  of
°n   thG   " " »   -  '■--   fabric
learns the use of thaMnyi^bf^'
has already learned the
and comfort and safety     An
pilance frustrates everythln-
for   others   need   not
servitude, but respect for oneself: Th^^
omega of all in- ,
la that
"Oh, thank yon
do  my
Wl|y to peace
.degenerate   into'
tbj slipped oxrtu^Z 3-;*^
tendered her hand to the lavvye •       J
rose and bovved over It with ,noe
mony  thau   be   had   for  rri,
Bbown any other memSoTSjr1'8
^orothy flashed aoonHclln;,Lri»«'
m «"d:trlpped jauntily uway t     '"
tlioouterofl.ee.  much to the'        X
of Wilson, who was no
is the very alpha and
Wilson was still more
w at his post
surprised that
with   ward command.
\o<   Cn<eKortcnl.
No self respecting Persian
swers a question by a bold allirmatlve
o>' a blunt negative. He alw.-.vs re-
si'rves a margin. Mr. Wilfrid Spar-
row. :, t„tor to the Persian rov.-rl chil-
dren, asked Mir/a Sale!
•••igulst. In VQ(-nrd to a
"Is be honest?"
Mir/.a    yaieb   xvas
pages- of a dictionary.
-   "l-lttle— tal.e     cure—Ilnji
KO(l~nioney iSi- H;1|cl  |jc>
"That   is   no   answer,
word    is he honest?"
Mir/.;i s.-ilch closed his en-s
talion.. opened   them   and   shook-
'«ad. closed   them again and then
bun«J   In   tho..;iht,   his  lingers  on
ojohcjs.     By   and   by   he   looked
"One word, sahib?" said he us
who should assert, "The task Is
possible!" "       b
"Certainly.    (.)„<, wo,.(, .,
Iloshut his eyes for the third  time,
us        he   would, keep   the  truth   from
'0.    he  I'.iigiis,,   or t, .     (    ,
face I?'  , 'V'1''1   "',   h,,(J   ■*>"""   't'hlB
n-cb!Sr   1,e'cr,,,<l-:t','«'»P!i««tiy: -^
"Deficient I.s good."
"It.'Is not bad." he replied In a
of modest iirlde
"1     will
then." saiu
in Persian.
'"it behta.r would be, si/hib:"
H   i.s   wrong   to  1.1 i.i-ii,''s flti
l.iiib.N' from  thi
anil  down  the tlooi nu
moralis'es the infnni ..'.'*'
I)arents.    Bain   d<u > i.»'>
fun of the thing: it iin-
not   \yell— genei
ach  i.s sour,  its luilc l'<"u,sco:'
c<I,    its  skin   hot   .iiki "•,imsh'r
lievo   it   u\ul   it   -mil --lii'l' *••■ \
di>ry night, gi'ou 11 ur ^mtt!^
portion.    Just   ulmi iMnthf"5^
told   in   a   letter    i'ilmh   ^'\"
Planders, lIarI)leL.-H. tlu.-  »«*
I, cn 11 not   say
Paby's    Own   "'I
worked   like  n   <)
who  was  \ei\
Hiiby's    Own'   Tablet'' '*,,|J
fp'iet sleep and 1
without a  box u
Paby's   Own   'J'a I
ailumnts 0f little <>it's, ft'1'   .,
anteed to contain an ('I,i'uf0''
ful  droff.    I'hey ■■>'■ •'•',1'1 ,lt
a box  by all  ilea'
tliom  by mail,  pi
direct in   the   Ih
Co.,   Jh-ockville,
tndy,  X.   Y.
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' e"gaged
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F'K°  estu)
«'iig;ige * a 1101 her , servant,
I be I'higllshiniiii laboriously
Daisy Chance—Yes-
riding costumes fro:
didn't fit,' so I sloppy
Diiz/.ie KnowKt"011
want to gat Into bud
1 llillll
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:Sw ^>y,yx  ^'fferiir,  era..;  aT^  A|ulf^1iaM  ��Ptfloi��i'l  Usclti'-.^J  [OYIfc LEADER.  lOYIB,    B.    C.  (Sather���-Madam,' , let me  nun cook, ioi- example,  -can cook, for example,  he sick, mend clothes,  is familiar with ah the  details of domesticity?"  mother���Certainly , not,  had learned, all those  education* would' have  Eed.���Judge.  BECAUSE OF BAD COLOR.  Hundreds,of package*  rejected   each ' week   b  buyers in Canada,  home  the June  ��� Tilllfji-'  .aiiij  ��  sny-afi  ^������glu*. I  nAAi.i  caa";  ">���   IS'  till,  % nit  ���'(u'd. apj,,  y i'lie  v^l'mugh  .'Ol-^li'  !.H*!A  rry^\  y>-<k onsfj'  yxyM  rrm4  'A!'W iiar!**:  mm  "VV:rJ'l0ifiV4  yyiim  yy-'My  ���lA:..'��iJr*ti^|  '������'''^yifcip  :y<i"iXt^n\  X\f.hXtZ$,  A. Mlt-. i.A<>'  ?Jii.A'ra.iiiii '  yxy  ly '.beca&e  iore^'-vjig!  '"!t!rii*'(h|  :^��r.ytliai;  yyx  yvym  XAMst  ������"':��� ni'diciifi  KvPili^ig'il  :ly';ibd;'iS|  yiitiH'!)y^t  '"''lifiii;  ���>,';, rheFiniiigj  ���.fxia['.}i&a  (iaiyjlA;^  ?'l.,V'l|��,��*ii:i  ylV6Efi��  itia^.VdJ'tiiJ  4'rthX$  iAby  'Viyihy  iy&  'illiaiiis  ���A.Ult!  paid, .  . ���:$i2:.5<)  Richards &  i',��� Theodore  Co.  -Domi.s,  mine     was" c.dhipletely  I'eumati&m   after live years  by  the judicious  use  of  LINIMENT. '   ' '  (re  fact  can   be  verified^ by  Ihini,   to the   Parish  priest  -AIA-S0i��gis neighbors.  J^SffX '        A.   COTK.  fyo'r&Sffi St.   Tsndore,  (.Jue., '  Vj����a��}li. 1898.  1'IML'o^a  .asilil  ie weather when  f cold and rain;  this  attention's  the weathervane.  it's hot,  what  of butt i.j- are  jy expert butter  inada, f,imp]y because the  color is bad. The shade, demanded bv  consumers ltJU} *;or 0XJ)OrL ,"s  . ildeh tint, which can only  be* produced by WelH, Kiehardsun L  ^<J. s Improved Butter Color. Other  colors sold by some dealers' are poor  imitations..,and must '.continue to  give trouble and cause loss of money  to all who use 'them. The u,,v 'ni-  mciii. creameries and schools ,-uid the  most experienced ereamei'.vmen and  dairymen in Canada use Wells. Hich-  iirds.in & f.'o.'s lmjjroved gutter  Color at all seasons for the production of prize butter. No i,,,id, ������ j,,,,,  purities ; every drop pure- and  Ail  drill*gists and dealers.  clear.  Jt, i.s only by labor that thought  can be made healthy; and only by  thought that labor can be made happy; and the two'cannot be separated  with ..impunity.���.John   Ituskin.  Minard's Liniment is the, best.  An  opportunity    unimproved  coin' thrown  into  thc sen.  is    a  limeat for RiiewimlisiiL.  in r  W<; J -  &'y��pTj**,y       .��������     i. i .  SSIipbl&nd   woman,   (selling a hon  ���Jto^lghbor,   was asked,:��� t  i}*i&JitS<%  good   hen,   and   has   she  ijtifftofyy        y   .     ���  ^jS^K-'^y. Margaret,  she has got  ���jaJ&K&Shc lays a bit egg'on thu  &��?# ���:���  |rfncfp!"n1i,vw" ��was and never \*wll Lo, a  liveikill .'Ofttmcea. in o'hu remedy, for all  j-j'tjo-iWtiftftl'llesh is heir���the vcrv ijii-  rojor'.'iBBjsy curatives ,,bc>iug' such tlmt,  ��� "-���-���'-���"'      of   o'tliuf   and   dilforniit.lv'  s   rooted   in   the  loy.steni   of-  what   would   relieve  one  d ajre-ravate the other.  . er,    in   Quinine    Wine,    whe'a  'la sound,  unadulterated .stale.  'Or Mtuiy and grievous il),s���  By  " and  judicious  use the frailet.1  Jed   into 'convalescence    and  the   influence   which   Quinine  future's   own   restoratives." It  drooping , spirits      oi   those  a  chronic     stale   of ,morbid  and   lack   of   interest in   life  mid   by    tnuuiuilizintr    the  poses   to   sound ,snd   refreshing-  ts vigor to  the action of the  l-eli.  being   stimulkted,     courses  the    veins,     .strentftht'iiiiift    the  iimal   functions   of   the   system,  aking   uctivity   a  .necessary   re-  ^Styo^igthening   the'frnmo  and  givini*,  Mlwtj&  digestive  organs,   which  tuiui-  ll/i'liSikiul  increased   substance-���result.,  ,^?4fi^��l'l><'tile.*   Kortjiroji   it   Lyman.  ^i6lito,     have"  given     to   the   public  ���It&Suji'tirior Quinine Wine  at  the usual !  ^filihd.y'  f*;iiage(l     by    the   opinions   of j  ri.jfstc," this  wine'appronclios    nearest,  leelfaj.-.-of   any   In    tin*   murket.       Al  ���4(fft%sU;sell tt. ''   ,      , ';  zp.?C\     '���  STiduer���The    proverb    "Every   dog  tT��-J".-?y  .-ilfcpK-SMjcsi, is due to nervous exi-ite-  iiient Thf* delicately consi.il uled, the  liiiancier, the business ai.in, und Uiof-e  whose occupation nocPssitates. great ineii-  tal v.orrv. nil suffer less or more from  it, Sleep   is    the  great    restorer   of  a  worried bruin, oini to get sleep i-h-aiisc  ine stomach from, nil impurities with n  few dose?, of I'Jirim'lee'.s Vegeta-hle I'ills,  Ueiiitiiii; coated, containing no iiiercurv  and are guaranteed to. give sati.sfjiciion  or  the  money   will   he, rei'underi.  "RiC METHODS.  Why  Alt*T.-.-i5i<lr��   Diiiiium  lii,i   Sut   Suc-  <*������-tl   an   :i   l'-ulilishtM-.  The Mousijuetaire, a Parisian journal founded by Alexandre i>unias,  grew and nourished for a short time  and then became extinct. H was carried on during a brilliant existence  with an astonishing disregard of business methods commonly in vogue. Its  staff was the largest and most' varied  ever known. Persons would walk into  the office, propose working for "the paper and find themselves at once accepted.  ''What will yon allow' me'/" a new  man would ask.  "Whatever you like, my boy," Dumas would return. "By the way," be  would explain to every new, aspirant,  "we must understand one thing: 1  mean you to be handsomely paid. You  must have 1,000 francs a ^inotith, and  if you should,want a month's pay in  advance' now, don't scruple to ask for  it."  - Everybody was dazzled, and Dumas  himself more than all the rest. No  business enterprise, however, could ex-  SHE WAS GIVEN tJP.  Doctors  Held  out  no  Hope  to  A\rs. Huffman of Napanec.  'A Wonderful Case and On�� wliicli goes to  Show the Wonderful Advancement Recently Made in tbe Science of Medicine.  ��  .Napanee, 'Out., Nov. 23,���-(Special)  ���This 'town has furnished �� a case  which has caused considerable talk  in the county. ,    '*  lUrs. John C. HufTman had been  troubled for over six years with * female weakness and kidney trouble.  The pain was so great that she could  Pot bear it and lier kidneys'gave her  so muclf bother that she? could not  entertain'any company in her home  or take any social pleasures whatever, lier ui-iiie was vary much discolored and gave her great trouble  in passing. ��� ,  In addition to  these .symptoms she  had   all   the  pains,   headaches,  ,  and*  weakness of female Trouble.,  Mrs.- Huffman tried physician's  treatment'ami many other medicines,  AS**  IFOR  ist on such a basis, and the journal be- jbut instead oi getting better she was  It,  may not be ours to utter convincing arguments, but it may be  ours to live holy lives. It may not  be,ours t6 lie subtle and learned and  logical, but it may be ours 'to he  noblif and sweet and pure.-��� Canon  Fnrrar.       ��� ���     .  S  gan to languish, Then a man named  Boule proposed taking the speculation  out of Dumas' hands. lie offered the  great man 100 fnwics a day, which  meant more than $7,000 a ycfir.  , "IJhre," said Boule, is n checkbook  full of those little*tinted leaves you are  so fond of. Every morning you have  only to write your name at the foot of  one, send it into the oliice and touch  your 100 francs.  Dumas loved money, and his face  beamed with delight. "But suppose."  said he, "that some day 1 should want  300 or 400 francs?"  - "Well, all you have to do isk to send  in threcor four of your checks. Nothing is more simple." '  The book lay on the author's desk, a  delightful and ready resource.,, Did a  an<  was  ���UAAsi  t'roysy -i  atAeVr"  on; us -  .Eidjrtay" doesn't go in Algiers.  Sasjjyj-trFor the' very    good    reason  rat"*1 lieicre evei-v, dey has his dog.  ft'���''���:' -T  Unardfc  ���-...���'S..f.  L-'t'Oittis.-'s  which  if in sesj  hiT   >ti&  :"i*tti;!;/s:  ii*!g ay?  .....Thflai.  ���Oil m  ii wi H  Ayx  ' I. to.  .s':);ei's?fl-|  U��,  iniment is best Hair Keslerer.  POSITIVELY CURES  , Rheumatism  Neuralgia  Backache  Headache  Feetache  All Bodily Aches  -AND    ���  creditor call?   A slip of paper, and ho j ^me,' and  was paid.  A poor woman was about to  be turned out into the street.    A few  more'slips, and she-was relieved."   At  the, end of the week nothing was ieft  of the book but the cover.   Then Boule  changed    his"   mode    of  procedure.  gradually    growing   worse  "very much discouraged.  ?viany of her friends thought she  would never get better, but one day  she picked up a newspaper and read,  an ' advertisement which said that  Dodd's Kidney Pills would cure Female trouble,,/1      ",'        ' <    '  As she hud tried so many other  things without being able to ��ct any  help, she 'waS very doubtful, but  concluded to try this reiriedy.  She jised si* boxes and was completely cured. She is today sound  and well a 'woman as there is in Nap-  once.    She says,:  I     can     confidently      recommend  Kidney'Pills to every woman in Cannula,   for  they  cured    me  completely,  and mine was u very bad-case,  j    "'They  are  certainly  a  great  medi-  Delicious flavor.   Free from hulls.      Warranted  Put   up   In   all   sized   packages.-  Pura.  ilvie's ' Hun2avian  At  now  manufactured.    The  lH��lBt on getting "OGILVIE'S,"   as  greet FAMLLY FLOUR.  they ar�� better than th*  sffi^sasse^ffiSiESffiBsesszs  ii=- so  I will always ' recommend  them .to w'omon who may be suffering  us T was with Female Weakness and  Kidney  Trouble."'  PICKINGS  FROM   FICTION.  not sensitive about being,  y0iVy0.ii  t#*  gajjt all," replied the man with  ip^oth  pate,.  "I  was  born   that  E^f^'asked the man \vith'��a  shock*  tm  jfeafness, Cannot  applications.  Be Cured  tesl  y ijdrti'H  ii. Ciiiil  who ft  !IGH|  Ii-frrifiS  'M'.,--,  J if'iii.*!  !gy]i\  '/isteivS'/l  :vy fory'  s&%4  clscoif  erishl  , all;f|  nptf wit  wlioSl  iii 'M  cijit ���  if w*i  am  im  aliy^j  larsfri  im  tS5��  iv m  y\M  1st-.  tBlSPV  ?��Dil��f��|  SjAiUl  i^svii  ' ���' i  as      they   cunnot  e   diseased     portion   of   the   eur.  only one  way  to  cure deafness.  ,is 'by  constitutional '   remedies.  i.s   ciiiised   by   an   inflameil    coti-  'f   tbe   mucous   HninR-   of   tlie  Eus-  Tube.   When   thl.s   tube   gets    In-  ou have a rumbling sound or im-  llienring," and   when   it   is   entirely  oufness  is   Lhe   result,   and   unless  in n.ii tion   con   be   taken   out   and  i>   le.itored   to   its . normal    condi-  aring   will  lie destroyed  for ever :  tes  out  of   ten   are  ciuised   by  cu-  .vbii-li   is  nothing  but   an   iiillauied  n   of the  mucous  surfaces  11   ��ive  One   Ilnndretl   Uollars   for  c of  Deafness   (ciluso<1   hv i-ilturrhl  imot   be curwl "by  Hall's    CuUinh  ml   for eireubirs^  free.  ,   F.   .1.   CrrKNKV   &.   Co.,' Tole-  ^<H><K>0<HXH><H><H^KW0<iO-0-0�� OOO  il.*.-  dnii^fjlsts,   Trie  l'"uinily   IJill.H  are  tlie-best,  ?VU  oy���They   never  say    in    Ken-  tliat, a man  takes'to anything  duck   to   water,    Thoy  have  a  I >li ruse.  tuler���What is it ?  boy���Like   n   colonel     to    oom-  "??- August 'Kocnig's llaiuburg  cfiffi1- 'I'ea," writes Mv. P." BuXsch,'  .0' Jpi-u-un,  Wis.,   "enabled  ipe to get  oJP1 an obstinate couyli; we feel  ?I"*"?C- ^'"ali'ful   to   the   discoverer     of  Stt't^n*dieiiie.  >4  -?H Hy��� D'you  know,   .Miss  Sharp. I  Li-*!0V .��� sonic peojile  inbei'it   their stn-  Miss Sharp���But, Mr.  Sharp,  '"'I   proper   to   .speak   that  way  " pnrents.  f-njV,  We illustrate here  our No. 600.  "SOLITAIRE"  DIAiMOND  . RING,    .  which sells for  .    $100.,  This stone is or the Rnest quality,  and is mounted in I Si., sold.  Wo personally .-.elect our Dlnmon-lB from  th�� "tuilors" biocl.. mill ^IIU our expert  kuowkd.'e of gems, au Inferior quality  Mover ��uter�� our ^t^clc.  Our nev Illustrated catalogue will  be forwarded on request.  yffe cheerfully refund the purchase  price where r.ny ariicle selected  is not perfeclly satisfactory.  Ryrie Bros.,  Jewelers)  Tongc and Adelaide Streets,  Toronto.  "Me  "rdr  ��. i)  llVQ  Wi'  !p*  ^      nil   iiifiints   are     mure   or   less  '" diarrhoea,  and  such  coiiip!��ii>(s  "'iliing,   and   ns      this      period   of  "���������s   is   tho   most   eriliral.   mother*  ."���''   be   without   a   botlle   of     lb*.  K"l!og-/A'.s   Pyseiitory   Cordial-   This-  ������'  is  a speciYic  for sueli   I'Ompliunis  liiKhly   spolcen    of    by   those   who  -'���������d   it.    Tho   proprietors   .-lniiu     it  nil,. rl���y  CllKe  ()I-  ,.ij0|f.ra  or  summer  unit.  M.v lnvo for yon," he wrote, "is  ���"���cp. so vast,'so powerful, I i-an-  '���'���Vbi'ess .it." , ; '.'.Why don't you  by freight ?" she wrote buck,  it was all off. . '.���  it,  then  r"'st. year of the life, of a tree  ���''t'li  the   most  beneficial- pruning.  lone. y.";  t(|  m  tltempy Influence!!.  Havo yon observed that your office  y '�� continually reading dime nov-  'V usked the man who is constant-  (engaged in criticism.  1 y<?s." said the proprietor of tlie  ���'Gu ostublislnnent. "I don't tliink  ' Interfere. Ills predecessor wns id-  n.VH reading these stories ahoiit buys  'io made tiieinselvos so valuable thu*  ��.v(,wcro finally taken in as partners.  I;** .vpimg'��� uiiiii' feit  tlmt In* hml s,  .V    tlffsnilll I,   1.. ��,.......i u    ,,(    .-l.il.y.    tLllll  rutin  The love of no man Is an insult until  it begins to demand.���"Daniel Ever-  ton."      ' '  A plant in tbe room on washday' is  worth more than a bunch of flowers ou  Sunday.���"Nature Portraits."  Men folks is like pickles, some. Women is tbe brine they're pickled in!  They don't'keep swegt .without 'em,���  "Airs. Tree."  .Readiness to answer all manner ofL  questions involving book learning is  the beginning of a.species of idiocy.���  "The Unspeakable Scot."  A person "who can|t argue is like a  person who cau't chew; he swallows  the facts of life unprepared for digestion.���"Those Delightful Americans.-"  Tlio good right nrui of the breadwinner is strengthened more by an unexpected caress or au encouraging word  from "Joved ones than by all the roast  beef in Christendom.���"Btiell Hampton."  Thar never was a plant as hard to  git rooted as charity is, and a body  ought to have it wbar they kin watch  it close. It '11 die a heap o' times ef  you jest look at it, and it mighty nigh  always has bad soil ur a drought to  contend with.  One-tenth of the inhabitants of ihc  Village qf Long' Marston, in. Hertfordshire, England, are said by a  statistician to have reached the age  of 90 years.  Minard's Liniment Cores LaGrfppe.  USE EBBY'S  "In the Conservatory���Ue���There is'  .something,- darling, T .want ' to tell  you. She���Oh, then, let us getaway  from the rubudr plant. Come, tell  me under the rose.  Sronke.v Brand Soap removes all stains,  rust, dirt or tarilish���but won't "wash  elothes  eJS  ^  TUE BEST BU8LDING PAPER MADE.  It is.very much stronger and thi<;kpr than any other (tarred or building)'  paper. It Ih Impervious to wind, keeps out cOUl, keeps ls*i heat,'curries no smell  or odor, ubsorbs no moisture, linpurU no taste or llavor to anything with  which It comes In contact. It Is largely used not only for sheeting houses, trot  for lining* cold storag-e buildings, refrigerators, dairies, creameries, and all  places where tho object Is to keep an ev*.u and uniform temperature, and at  the game time avoiding dampness. ' '  ��� *      "Write our Agents, TEES & PEBSSE, Winnipeg, for samples.,  THE  E.  Q.  EDDYCO.,  Limited, HULL.  SU< <%/  <Z4iA?L��es6  ���U��s - JZMtyjrTV' cAlAA^ JsnsC#7ts7L4Ls ���  There is no greater sign of a general decay in virtue' In a -nation than  a want of zeal in its inhabitants for  the good of their country:��� Joseph  Addison.  Thousands of Women  ire Ks$t ia Suffering and Many  Die Owing "to False  Treatment.  r  Pake's Celery Compound  fvever Fails    o Banish Di ease  and Reestablish Lasting  Health.  ~4/<t4U  Old  London  Street   Xami'H,  A writer in the London Argus gives  the following peculiar old street names,  with the modern substituted:  Adam - a - Digging - yard ��� St. Peter  street.  Aggat's passage ��� Cutler street,  riotindsditeh.  Alphabet court���Clare -Market.  lianlzepbon street���Long lane, Ber-  mondsey.  Bully Rng row���liethnal Green.  Jealous row���St. George's-in-the-East  Antigallican  passage���Temple Bar.  Lally I'ot lane���Foster lane.  The derivations ot" these names, continues the writer, would be an interesting study, but I think it would be  found that in, a large number of instances thc love of eccentricity had led  to the selection.  Thousands  ���sickness for  ,j'pg to false  of worthless  inclined ' to  thought of  ing women  T.H,   sHETGALFE  &  Grain and.Commission Merchant.*.  Highest prices paid for wheat,' oata, barley or Uox in cartots. Wire' or write m��  for prices before rolling. Liberal advnn-  ces made on consignments and handled  on commission.   Licensed and Bonded.  P. O. Box 330, Winnipeg, :Han.  !=> K: F3 s o IM JK I-.  ftfatriinony (view   to)  gentlemen  should  Ioin  Ihe British   Correspondence Burenu,  .54 Kbury Street,   Loudon, 4J. W. England.  Particulars free.  IMPERIAL H1APL��' SYBUr  The quality standard from Ooesx; t->  Oroan. Your money back If not se.*;  Ul'aetory. -  KOSK& LAFLAMME, Agt��., MOJTTRE.il.  of  women   are  kept    in  months   and   years,   ow-  treutment  and ,the    uso  medicines, , and   we   are  believe       that.     Milton  this  class   of   almost,  dy-  when.he said :  'The  angelic  and  sad."  guards   ascended,   mute  The Flow of Milk  will be increased.  r  jUsiness  in  feit  tlmt  I-'tTsouiil. |;.i{(.rests at  ���called' lijion  to run  ue  Stllli  the  Why goto all the  trouble of keeping  cows and get only  about half thc milk  they should produce.  i,  ICKS  Orini"   of  a   1'opnlur   Myth.  People are expected to believe history when suelrthings as this linppefis.  In IS!)-' a man living on a small farm  east oi Wichita ran out of cu.'il one  evening, lie was getting supper, and  he look an'armful of corn and dumped  it in the stove. Corn was 10 cents a  bushel, and the Wichita reporter (ired  the story out over the country that  Kansas farmers wore burning corn.  The corn burning story has passed  into history as a fact. If Julius Caesar  had no belter foundation than tho  corn  story   he  never  existed  at  all.  The common sense treatment of today for weak, run-down and suffering  women   i.s   Painc's   Celery   Compound.  This   marvellous   medicine   is   spoken  of    in   every  part    of   the    civilized  world,   ancl   men  and    women'of    all  classes  find  a new  life  from  its  use.  A glorious    example   of     the curing-  powers of the great compound comes  from  Winnipeg,  Jhtn.;   Mrs.   U.   liar-,  j bor writes as follows :  !    A   month  ago J   wns   very sick  and  .happened  to see one of your publica-  jfioiis.   in   which  ]   road   of   others   be-  : ing cured.  1  concluded  to try Painc's  Celery Compound myself,   and   I   now  thank Cod  for the wonders it accomplished   i'or me.    I  was  suffering frou^  heart disease,     kidney    trouble     and'  'general    weakness,   and     some     days  was    not  able  to stand    without ex-  ' perieiicing   great  pain. ^ Since  1   used  the compound 1 am able to get about  the   house   and   work,   and   can     now  eat anything put before me."  Vf^AJM T E O .  YOUKG GIRL VROM 15 TO 20  years of age, to assist with light  housework, and care of children: must  be intelligent and willing. Good.honie  fo suitable person, and will be treat-  as one of the family. Wages. SI 0.00  per month. Apply to P.O. Box '7fi6.  Winnipeg,  Man.  SAYS MR, LUCINA CIGAR:-    ;  "What a terrible case of cigar murder!  How ploa.sa.ut it Is to look like me and  also havo that nice sweet flavor aud lovely aroma."  JIANTTFACnTREn   BY  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  BUSINESS    C5 3-3ASVJI.OE:.  WANTED.    To purchase iirbt chiss general  s.orc.  P.O.  eulais.  Apply   in  confidence  to ,"'Private"  Gox 307, Winnipeg,  giving full parti-  W ANCLE LAM!  HILTON, GIBSON & 00.,  15 \ pi'iisivt*.  Suitor���I want to marry your daughter, sir. not because of her social position, but because she's a pearl, sir���a  pearl!  Father' (dryly*-���Yes; she Is n pearl,  and yon can apply again when you are  in a position to pay for the setting.  P. O. Box 391.  Winnipeg*.  Send for Illus-  t-ratoci  Price  Liit.  He who unintelligently attempts  what i.�� beyond his power must leave  uiido.'ii' bis own proper work, and thu��  n!s time iv wasted, be he ever so closely oicujned.  strengthens the digestion and invigorates the whole system so that  the nutriment is all drawn from the  food. It takes just the same trouble to care for a cow when she  irives three quarts as when she  gives a pail. Dick's Blood Purifier,  will pay back its cost with good  interest in a few weeks.  50 cents a package.  I cemlug. AUIes & Co., Agents,  riOKTREAL.  Saviiijy.  "My wife ..lias a saving disposition,"  said Hicks; "Wlien we got our upright piano, she made a red plush cover  for it, so that the rosewood wouldn't  get scratched. Then she covered that  with a sort of . liu.'eu duster arrangement, so as to save the plush. I tell  you, women have great minds."  "I  haven't had a single call  opened mv of lice ten days ago,  plained the newly-fledged Jl'll.  I  since I  "  fOlll-  "II ere  t sit. day after ti ay like Patience on  : a.monument."  .  | "OH, well, don't get discouraged,"  , rejoined the; sympathetic friend: "It's  ( only a matter of time'until yoii havb  patients under iponumeats."��� Chicago  'Daily News,, '  Real   Exertion.  "And so this is your gymnasium?"  asked the guest. "I'.ut where are your  gymnastic appliances7"y  "I don't need any." was the reply. "I-  find that 1 get all the exercise 1 need  just-getting Into.-and out of my athletic suits."  =3E  What made youra linens  coarse? Common soap I  Sunlight Soap saves linen.  If trouble drives you to prayer,  prayer will drive away trouble.��� Me-  lanchthon.  &&   53^1/ S5��� S     ��?��ffe H ^T% WiS P ?   '* ���TAinu-.sa  ��| looisa   ��� CINTIIUNT.)  Endorsed by best English medloaljourrtals.  Supplladto Brltlghaoldlorsln South Afrlo*-..  Tor all Throat and Gland Troubles, Lumps,  Absoessoa, Old Soros, Ulcers, Faions, Skin  Ols��asns. Eozoma. Pimples, Stiff Joints,  Rheumatism. Lumbago. Sprains, Bruises,  Piios, Cuts, Sore Feet, Pleurisy.  Sold by Druggists, 25o.   Try It once.  in*   tale   Hour.  "You never stay out after 10 o'clock,  do you?"  "1 ��id once," answered Mr. Meels-  ton., "Henrietta forgot and locked the  door."  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  @..o.  *o��  Tiot  Alwnytt  I.ncUy.  f'Po you believe that odd numbers  are lucky V" ���������     A'  "Well, I'd rather be ��� the father of  twins than triplets."���New Xork Times.  REDUCES  EXPENSE,  Ask for the Octagon Itnr. 337  The decision of the directors of the  theatre at Halle, in Germany, to distinguish byr*means of red and while  advertising.1 posters between plays  that are fit for young persons to witness and those that are not i.s causing some amusement. ' . ���   ,  Situated ualdst sconory unrivalled  grandour. The most complete health  sort on tlie continent ot North Anierioo.  IU baths cure ull Nervous and Sfuaom-  lar diseases. Its waters Ueiil all Kldndy.  Llvor and Stoaiuch ailments.  Thoy are a nevor-fuillna: rcmady fox  ;.ch��>uxnatio trouToles.'  all  TERMS������ '.$15 to v._  to residence in Hot*) or'  81S  per wsok,   seoording  Villas.  t THEY NEVER FAIL. -Mr. S. M.  Boughnor, Langton. writes: "Foi* about  t\yo years 1 was troubled with .Inward  Piles, but by using Parmelee's Pills, I*  was completely cured,   and   although  four  _ years   have  elapsed   since  then   thev  have  I not returned.",   Parmelee's Pills an* anti-  bilious   and     a  spec-ilk-,   foi-     the    euro   of  I Liver and   Kidney  Complaints,  Dvspepsia ���  CostivcnGss.     Headache.   Piles,   etc',    and  1 will   regain to  the  secretion's     und  all  bilious  matter.  romovf  The evils of intemperance are well-  known. . The momentous question is:  "Will  the  referendum?  Schoolmaster��� Now, let us have  "Little Drops of Water" again, and  do, please, put a little spirit into it.  ���Glasgow Evening Times.  "Uncle'Ephr'ni; how did such a notorious old sinner as you ever manage to get into  the chiit;ch ?"  "Ise one of the chahtah niembahs,  sub."  .     .>  1    1  -. it  , y o   ; !  .   . 1  ���1  I  <' 'I  ,   [  ' ���    (  y -1  'A-  vtr,    JNB.    VJ.    B>Jo.    ^i.O<i..  m  wm  i.'^iW^T,*, nTrajims ���<-S����*3?s?��^*!!!i?!��^ ���-- *.--  :.:*:~v-r--rc^:CT���:s.'.��^iiK,'.J^  ..v/jra^jaarsa'iisKJSssKWfflKffispM^if^  -,-iirjv -i2T-r^,vr:t-��a'. ��"j".t.uLJ-i.a�� w��v��  is lonn um, \MEm  ''~>ii.i r^i-  "jiiJibli.-d In th.5 luforfjf of the people I i'i^i.'uK 1 li Ii} J. 1 ��  olVnyX iR.l fias, Kooienny.'       j rur Getting a   Beautiful  Wh  L O. 0. F.  '^>--!5  "^^O.-,  ililoy Lodpo  No. 44 J     jj^  | Alt*  els every Monday evening In  their  'j'sv:  -/je i'enr...  FubiLjlior*. j  '.-- ci i-sjl*;!-*: nuor   I2.CD  tfATU-filUY. 3)E0. 20. 1905,  ch   :i::u   ,,,.,- ,..,...  ,-.        .. ,. '      ( Odd .fcmioyv's corciady nivned  (J'uiti; ;'iee.*--T'.'o X.i:v:y I*u.qu.r*.}j i  ^.Ul.-.-djIi^/cmi^noyor   -j:rl| -��,,.,-.  ��� -..-3 ,.af..jo Ob;)ortu::Jfv  u::rt'r| ~ ���'" ' "- "  on.- Syeicr.7. '   I  I,   Soiou ��� c i 11 v j   rv  I   *i .*  Jt\ D. Hon-:,  '���3  St.  *  xss:-xgi^rQ<r.y^acfcrTry^fc��fe��Mgtioc=��wri��  Tlie miners' unions ol th*3 3��ooto-  nays should 'i.-,s*isi, the inineowners in  thou cllrcti? to  roou;a   the  kicifcl-jtion !  -.-,,,.,,,..    ������   ,    ..,.  r     Harvey    8s   MoOartorJ $  iA :>rde: to nrva Dr. Arnold's   Eiur- ' ,. ' \   ffi  dish Tjsiii-Pills placed in tiio hands ol  all pnriiong suiTerm:; ircm  bad  health I  wo make the   following  mutt libci's?  ujier:���  If you will e.'ud" ua your  imciy  .ind  FOKT STEELE, B. C  Harvey, JJIeCarter .fc XMiilclinm,  KEVELSaOI'E, B. 0,  y,hhd>   ilidy .desire ��a|   Uie * corning j ;',;dn-M *-**<* agn-o to Hell for us twelve I ���*>&2.'TlSG8ra  <* fSCilCltOrS. |   ��\*  3Ci.-ion   of    parliament.     Th:,-j    ti.oy I ['��X(S oi 1)r' -iril0ic'^ English  Toxic   *-=*=s2=s?��^ |?\j  could do by passing re.-,oluti.hH eudors-f ril!s lxi >?Jl<i' por lo':> we wiI1 ��5v0 y��u j W.   "!T,   GITJ&D  tug   the   resolutions   passed    by 'the f U!i0r-UT'^v -Fkee j beautii-m, Watch j       *  "',  raineowners nt Sundou. ,2t ia certain-iJl.ifl> Chai�� ��i either Ladies  or Gent3  iy to tho   interest   of   tho   minets  to J ^'^ or y��ur choice   of twenty other  wotk hand iu   hand   with   the   mine-1 Premi��n�� euch as a" fine net of J��w��l-j cftA-NBROOK  mviiord on this proposition, as   the n.-. r,5';; Rinas>   Violin^   ^untlolins, Tea        ^ ^',  B.il{UfSTlilJK, 13Or,3 0IXOB, ETC.  sumption of v/ork in the, eilvor-lead  mines means the employment of hundreds of their members at good Wages,  J-���  B. 0  'yr^-.-.jT^-mra^.*sor !-T.T-.rvz*ri5rn.*zrG.~t.iz*orKmt  n*WMIC��7V��MU=K3>  [,' '  It is to be hoped that our honorable  representative in the Dominion h'quse,  ill". W. A. Givlliher, will keep sober and  ���^etSj SiUeon .*-kirt.>'4 cameras, etc.    Ite  member we dos'x  waxi aky mokevJ LEWIS  THOMSON,  until aftoryou sell the pills and  you],  don't have to sell any  more  than 12 i Notahy TVblic, Accods-  boxes to get the premiums. This is  a bona fide offer" from i\ realiable concern that has given thousands  of dol  i v  - ��� ^ ���. ��� ���  c. ^.*...��, ......  iutend to biisinefcf: during th-" coming rs vrort^ ofpiemiums to agenta all  f'Cbsion of parlinmeut. Tiieio is a loti ver tho^ country. Ilemombor aleo  oi hard fiaiiling jo bo aqne aud a ]ot,thr,t Br-A"io!d'8 Eu^liah Ipxiu TilJe  ofgoodwoib to be actumpliuhw' ior|A-�� ��i v/bli kuowu rremedy for;all dis-  tbfi'Kootcuuyd, and Xir, <AA\ibvr\nRS��� oi the kidney ami bladder,,  should at least maiutiifti tho diguiti' -?r:J^it'V. diasnEe, diabotts, rhoumaijem. J  of his oflioe by looking  after ic.    it is I!i��1 ,ous   {roui-),iC*!>   and., feznale   com-  Moyie,  tant,   Commission   and  Iwsdrakck Agent.  e  b. id.  George II. Thompson,  ^  Do Yoii Want, to Make a Dollar? If so  nno  me  8'  afe Investment at !5 Cents.  j  }   m ^h0 firs' 3tl0'000 ��f tlie3Gshares havo already been subscribed, find shares are now soiling at 15 L  Bifinisrun, Spwcixon, Kq- i   ^; on calls of S.j cents per month, according to the forms of the prospectus, and tho4thil00sMQ._are to''bo 1  ��� -' .'if^j  Ury Pt.'ui-ic^ Ac.  oGolicitor for tiio Imporia?.  i, < i  G  ' f  m  'lost l&hi cession  i ,  iA at 20 cents, tho 5th at 25 centa on the same tonus,  x-i  ,. i'  '   .* i,,  "V "I;  -i  -  i .   i  ;   i,"  ''  f     i *  f -  I *:  ���**.  -{.'  nn.   J-I>j should;'brace t'p  tiiih 'tim-i ^-i'- ^ri- im*. offering the people gome,-  d endeavor to redoom the grcuinci he | '���:-5n? l-'e.v ilou't kno?..    Our matches  ��� lire the reguhir atfiud^rd Pize for Ludies  or Csntic-.Tieii i;i m?Vsi,or  Gua Metal f.  ^��IP /j*^T*^ 1  0,i*��   7ilh    handsome    illumimxicH Ali^P hVl  uiAi's I'.-Mt lehahlc) .tirno keepore,  rrat-'  if western merchants  would  auvcr  iisc more thoy yrould not need-to com  jjcrxs's Lifa^xwa hotel.   '  otefj tiven  an   no  Ir.dy  or  centleinan  plain of so much money going e&t for j t-f,;>0 a*h���-*\  �� cany, 'and   they I I^T X  QAPITALEAflON, TWO MILLION DOLLARS. '. ���'    '  .��000 Shares:   ��� .   Par .Value $1 Each.  I  t , ' ''   t  Threeluartew of tbe  Capital Stook in tho treasury, $10,000 in -cash and all demands p'aid to d��'  I   g Kesoiircec:  'GOLD, COAL   GOPPEIi, SILVEIi, AND TOW2TSITE OF a'.UtTBELL.'  '  ''have built up there busineos by ad ver. (der.'ul   Tojtin   Villi   Writs   it  once  iift'iug while the v/csterh nierchanta are \A^fi '��s  tiio first'^in yourc locality  to,  crying hard timed  .ind  Ghnkit'ig. with  fear that .some poor printer will   make  a dolUir if (bey put an ad in bid paper.  ���N(-\v Denver Lodge,  lav  i k  -l ,*  ^ *3��-i������f*;.  NgIuoii   I'Te^-s r    According   to    Ed  earn one of- those bsauLitu! ,v-v.tehe?  and chain. Ap c-woa on y;e receivt*  your letter or post' ep.-d wo -,vill t-end  you po--i, p,i-u tr/eive 1 otes, together  (ivfth our illustrated Cataltigno and  j beauiSfully colored card --Tir.ii your  name axtd audrefjij  on   us o,ur author-  r  Tlie boat c' accomnaodations  .*c' for Vic traveling'public.  e.grjE.an.-'^irjitr^jr rsay-i 7:  <3'  ^  i;:ed agent.    Bear   in   mind   that  vou,  ��<��� and i wij] uot bo askc(1   tf)   Ge]] -  ,-�����  -'*?  231     -*i^  FOR   FINE   TAILOEING   G}0   TO I   b\1  20  :nuud B. i��irby  and .A.  0. ih\  . , '  i "* '-'���Jl' u<i  i-ifivt'o    to   sell   onv   mnrp  Snntn Curti^M. V. iA, all oi KosalandJ tljan thtiM boxes aad wo r.osT r.AXT  < the mining industry is eimoly   paralv- i K>1Y ^onhv until after vou Jiuve  pold  2  31  than .$100,000 during the year  ending{ write  at once ant*,  earn'a   beautiful Tiousera,'  Imported    Gopds.  For further information apply to tho   '" '  ��   '     *  Omoial Broiers of the Ashnola Bmelter Limited;  POSTOisr & MURKAY/Tdronlo, Ont        G- R�� OAMJER0N, Winnipeg, Man.  A. W MOOJIE & 00., Victoria,' B'.  C.     ��� K' J* ST��i:i" ^LS02Tf B. 0.  "   '     * or  '     C.S,JDOUGLAS(fc CO. Vancouver,"   .    ,  BEALE, if UTOHISON &  ELWELL;  , \V. N. McGAjSNOIS", Moriibburgh, Ont Mdylo, B. C '  i,  ��� rv  i ���',  1 .December Slit. 1001.    The total value  ortliepioductoft.be  metal  minca  in  ihat year was $5,070,882, the  tax  was  therefore less   thnn  throe-fourths    of  one per cant, on the value cf   the  output.   The v��luc of tlu- lumber cut for  ihe same year is  piaccd at $[-090,000,  on   which    the  province   collected   a  royalty ��111,678, which is b\} per cent  of thc 7-iiucof thw  output.    I@  it not,  about time for the  men .who   are  en-  gaged in crluiu^ io stop t;d!iii:ft' p.'jotu  the unfair taxes .that art  imposed  ou  the metal mines? ���  present for yourself for Chrietmns.  A(ldro=.�� ARNOiT) ^IBDICEN'jR RO.,  Iiep��.l'.'t.   00 Ailplnidc St. East. .Toronto, Ont !  MOYIE,  B.,0  ss-3saOicaag30<aff^T>'l7'i;-��eca!fciama  Head Office of the Company, Eoom liA" K-W-0 Block, Nelsoi!) B. 0. '  g  CODE ADUitESS. "   ASHIfOLA," WELSOIT, B. C. Godei'Morein^ & Keal. P.  0, BOX 714.   TEL. $0.1$  _   i  ^ r,���  Xi����j 1'alJit Hii.lustr:'.  He put his arm around ber waibf,  ���  And th-3 color k-:*- ner cheek  But upcu tb? sho'.-.ldcr ci b:.j co.'-i  It nJiov.--r3 v.p k-r a week.  Why yen s-v td'j buy  -*^ A  TliB Haljp��� lint Rppn-t'iRRFWTON & MFKWl  .. haiiiifiiM ���  ARSOW   LAKE, <��,-  0.  The Most Complete  Health    Resort   on  the    Continent *  Jof  North America.     '  '/.Its BATHS Cure all  KervouB  and  Muscular Diseases.  ���FOR-  ���ALSO���  BAGGAdE,      EaFKKSS     AKD     GJUfZBAI  Dei.iveuy.��  MOYTE.  GHAB. P. OAMBBELL,  Funeral Director ,  and  Smh aimer.  Graduate of.Ohacopioii'lCollege oi tho  United States. Upholstering and general furniture repairing. Oflice aud  utore, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce. Telegraph] and  mail order--: promptly attended to,  Cranbrook, - B. 0.  S3  yrrrrrxymy^ mm^mnfum-Mi is^  _ NIEDERSTAnT,\ILlESTEREjR\<&.'cfd:  [or Beer, Porter and Soli  ir Always on Han  Q,uality not excelled in the country.   TryjtflJ  be convinced;  !\ei.*a !'",tj  ioi ol! P!io-urif\.iy Troubles.  cTE^:<IB-4io to.?:S per w-.^  t.c-  ���!*  i  , -1  1 i 4  '      */   >  -5 ! '" !  " i   :  BECAUWE it is Lhe /-ril- onuh'ty.  BECAUSE   it   id   tho   ;ro-!i' L/.?ri5u  chew.  BECAUSE it   it-   the   l^tlck.st high  grade 5 or 10c plur;.  BECAUSE the -tags ajh! va-x-af,!/: f.ir (  premiums until Jan. ]. .U��04 1  BECAUSE we ovAHArynir: evcrv i-1'^- i  f  i'j^i'1 i "-*     '"''A} i f"i r-": ������: f* *-t  J-��       AJ A  V. t��    V.',. �� -�����=WBSCS,.  .c&fciju'.t.lK;*'  Qidhrs 4s6i��oitfcd.  �����  c.  All   Sensible   People   Travel  by   the '/:',  Ji  a.��  Thc terms  | TiLis Hotel ie Fow and well Furtiisiied. ^i  * ?-^-"Tpr-f^:r"-'' ���-������*-. --.v^--��-*^^  ���^n^gB>JtjT l^^s^^iuSMCVii^a^^-j  (0-  F. l)K:5A��JL:riE��^  DBAI.ER  l:v  COLLECTION DErAET^IE!7I.     !  i v. ���- fii.'t;:'; .���-*. c.t :cialtv ia   (h:- ^,.f,.:  ^ECAUyEyni^d^ikr^juiiW..^                                           ,0r  our  p.o^J^,^.^,,   e ^  to   .-'Miip.d   yr.iii-   |M..m....  i;   n('.g in co*l!*.cti:!g  :t;.(l  ruaLini' tiui ��� ���'-: *""         '"^   y,-,"':'"  ,V'.*;i )tr<- niiJ, s-Ait-ti^i). n-iiiwiu. ���, 1*~�� :  ^ItUAirr DELIVERY.  Tub KMPii'.i:'TimACU) Co., Ltd.  .1E.--U *"Mi-"^��l CW*��S��i��airmnr-o  % UOOllIn  ^ afetys  ?I J atisf action  r  w  St.   -Joseph's   Convent.  i:��t-hOi:, is. o.  Boarding and D.iy !;..���;.;.'*,!  tyn-h-.o  , ..'*lk.-t  f>JIl< i-i s* A/7<w*t��i^:nzi      t'v.      r,  <....AN��UOOK.     4VI0 X lirf,    A}.    C  0     fHPF^MO    q    iifci  q     V* O  -rt--T^-^-WL�� fl.^.-i^.--^-^  'T.-n-n-i-'.'it.   i  IN'OTIOII.  Vr'hOt.E8ALE AND JIETAIL  ^ j MEAT     MERCHANTS,  Arc oynotjymous with the C, l\ 11.  Leave Moyie 2:48 p. ni.  Arrive Winnipeg 2nd day 8:50 a. m.  Arriw-o St. Paul 2nd day 0:-i0 p.m.  Arri"Q Cb'icago .'Jrd day 0:30 a. ni.  Arrive Toronto dth day 2:45 p.m.  Arrive Montreal dt(h day 6:30 p.m.  Arrive New York 5th day 8:55 a. rn.  Close connection /or ail  Eaetern pointa.  | HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  | , . AMD MINING MEN . . ���,;���,  h aioyitt, _._.���__        ��� iiRirx!>n;coi't',i*  %<S.*tX-^�����C���C:���S�����e���ee���<8������<^e������C��������^6e���C!����������������^^^  en m ���  COh  *r0  xour  erl hv the SJ-'w.-- I .'c'i.  ,; ,-   * ]���   A   [M.p   I    s"-;,:i" "'r*' -lionrl Mhio;.*.! clain:, sltn-te iu j ���*'''"--u   aiul Cured Iilcats,  Free  ?3.   0.     OnPii.cr^il    wruu^ylrrt^ E^Catac  ��,': i  Poultry.    IV  courhc:*' ,i  miwhHv     E *.������� V<c a��o   .,*������.'.",,  ,     , , J  ���.ll   ��V��  ..^..c,,,,.::,,  ���,:���   X!    ^.���^'^V^'"^.^  ,   -, I "''^  "^   '^   '-"     ^  P'ru.ji'M.    JA:,*nti    r lio.ilti   .nit,   f[;, j     -;���. .*. ,.y��, [..Wll f.(. t ^   \.",a!;A j'.;'    I trado^'Jiuix I,  ��� .rtjcuLai...    One inontL   ��-��t-'. iej,  tho I Mb- i ������('.it ' ��.!-.* :;o   ������   ' -c',' h*'jln',i'y \ :,,-1,H'-;-'  piil>..C    Ot    t!ie     thoroi'-;;*,.,  .=.    ,,[     j;., |   'i ..-- i.o-r ;'..- <1.;U i���..,.,. ;  ,0l,-,j ,y ,     t M   -','���','   j .. '     "       -       "   '  ^l.Mi-rfa' is.elhoJ.,    '.'   |..:.c!.;:.,j.     r:fjl0,-     r" , *'"'"*'Ar lor r ';,*   ��� <   -   0- r���T ,0V(,,   ' .,' ] i jQ,        all      '''}'= (.       'PHriOr  jt i.pi:  'e ,-.(!...itici dn/ir,'..  If'A  r'.ui  ' ' ' .'. ^ , ���':->.'ri l  i> > <*' -' cij i'.- ,  j    U i "1 ,L .'.' ,  ,��.,  iC'.Mibroo.'f  ���fhotogiyphur,  . '".T 'C'VU-  i ��� i-i' J ��� C '.*���,.':���  (-,,  '��� .   . Ci.'I.i    I  ;  i   * i l c/i  ���-* I i ,.  i '*':,.o,'i-!i'(*::;'  ';      '-..,'%*.  *..' 5 WO;,    cii." .   -  a,. ',.   aj.*"ij-:ii,  I.-''' YjJ'Jilfi, .*i( ..m;*.  '?zrineipa)'  yovynyi/ in  British ��olunxl)ia.  P/ft AMjS't)af)17 '���'P. ^  !ar  Ho  Cf  Wi WIIX BE I'UCArfED TO SKE YOU  Throiigli Tourist Sleeping  D��  Lea;o   Dun/noro   Junction  daily for  Gt. Paul.  | Su d^CIABE FOii    "f'Ai^r    t p ' t*vi> i r  AT THS  noneer �� lairdtsre  Lc.ivo   JCootenay    Landing   Tuesday  and Saturday i'or Toronto and  nil f ���..'  eastern point::. j Y,lfero y��u r/i11 hnd thc''largeat sfcoc  r,    t.      .   . ?f general hjiiuwiiro in East Kootenay  further miormution  regarding  tbo |\'li',n] O1'dojd  Sivon  prompt  attention  ��v  fe;  ei!  ;.^  NELSON,  "Only Way" can U   liad   on  appjica-  ��Sa-.xinemuu:nr; ai>d-pi-imlIlBff.  tion to  ��� ���  J. Atlwood, Agent;'Moyie.  J,S OARTEi-J, jE. j. coyle,  Ai.A, Pas3, Agt 'Ut'tGo . Wis. A"�� ^ 3  ���Jsori,  V.'.'.Ef *:..*; ���,,;���,.,  ^  ' W 3 a ii fl tin  C.R.A.N.I3S00F.  i> S 1-ia J it fi  Barber Sfiop  In McGregor Bun*''*  OpenWendne^  ^^  eadi  IN AVI  rmfryxysy  fv?S  A^Kl^BjgiasBgB!suijaai!!iiuijj.L


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