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Array I       y  ��       f  i                 ���    "��  *-���  " ,     i            1  .  ...    <  N~,   -f AX,  **       "'     'r  "          K  '  I       /  -      *               '  rrf    I                                  *                                     '  v  'nr\ a ^ry  - /  Get your XMAS PRESENTS  at Wilson's in Cranbrook.  TTHT  *.* %. i.jji.1,0 over} <i1ju^ tiijt  a   first i^s   Jevreh>ry store-  shouldiveep.,    Wilson, Cran--  brook  :x>~.uL  VOL. 9, NO 33.  MOY16, B. C./ ^DECEMBER 22.1906;  $2 A YEARt  CHRISTMAS GREETINGS.  Onoe more we" extend, to bur xnany=  friends and patrons the seasons greet,  ings and take this opportunity of thanking all those, whose patronage has  helped to make this year- the banner  year in our business. V  When preparing for your Christmas  dinner just keep in mind that we unloaded a car of fresh groceries this week aud  the choice is yours.  HARVEY IS  THE CHOICE  GENERAL  NEWS NOJES.  Fefnitf uttcfe" a  sidewalks*.' ��� ��� ���.   *.  enow-plotf-" lot   the  Will be Conservative  f t i  Standard Bearer.  Best of Feeling Prevails  and the Party will  Be Victorious  The tr2.il ,of Moyer,  ifiywood   and  Fcttibobe.wili'f'ako place in January1  E. 0. KAMM  ISPOPOLAR  The dissolving of the legislature   at  Victoria is now effected at' any time.  The Sah'ktion Army will send  30,000, emigrants tn Canada from Eng-��  land neatt yesf.   '''"  "        ",'   '    --  ' Dr. Rogersj'fornaerly of, Kaslo, id the  locator of a lng copper proposition  near-Hazloton, ���     ���-  y-t".. '���      ���!  The Sultan of Turkey possessed the  largest Turkey-carpet',known.' It ia  valued at $50,000."'���s' ,  i ��� ,  Given Royal Sendoff  by Friends*  AT. HOTEL "lO'OTBHAT  Real Estate,    Mining Stocks  Fire���Life-Accident >     ;  Beale&  OBJUfBDOOK  MOYIE, B. C  ' OB  ^Compliments of >; ^  iheASea^!;^;f; ���"';  *'-���-,"'���, ���/,r��'��.r-'��,��.*&.say!  if your ChristmasTcake.run^shor^sondufor^fow^lb^ -v'f��  of vRoyal Blue Biscuit's"'to!help'out. ^T^ey'^e. vdanV ' "$  dies. -<A'rf' **���/'/ ".' \' /  ��� at,: .  Forty-sir votes were rejireaentod,  either in person or by, proxy,-at the  Con��ervatiro convention held at' Cranbrook' Thursday evening in WenU-  worth hall. It'wae a-moaihannouioug  assemblage and the best of feeling prevailed. X   '',. 'J, , -r;   r    >  1 I '* n  J. A. Harvey'�� name w*a placed- be-  fore the convention by Mayor Rogers  and was seconded by F."Jy;Smytu of  Moyie'.    , ������'   A     '      ��� ., ",-'- \y  Thos. Caven Wat next proposed by  Wm. Small' and - seconded by Wm.  O'Hea.n:" f\ r '' . , '/' *"  D, J.. Johnson proposed G. H  Thompson and B. H. Hnort seconded-  the nomination. ,,^1. * .i-" 7.* - "r'.'"'  t Mayor Sogers was placed' in nomination by Joseph By an, and ivas sec-1  oiideS by J.' P. Fink. > - '   \'- * -���   ���  yCawa, Thompson and Rogers in  turn deelineif in favor "of Mr. Harvey,  mating that of tbo latter* unanimous.  Mr. ifirvey addressed" the meeting  and thanked tbe delegates most sincerely for the' honor they bad bestowed  upon hint," He said   he' ��raa   in   the  fight to win and felt confident of'-suc-  <   - -       > ��� i,  cess." ' __,, ',./".       ',  , The meeting was broughtto a close  by giyiug. three routing chejrs ( aud a  tigir iai Us, Harvey and tbo Conservative,party .A ~     ,.  .-'X-  ��� -. . .  The tunnel^ which* will -'eventually  connect Sicily with Italy will be,nearly  nine mileB-long.    ,��  ,  W as Married on Wednesday  to Miss Zilla Oliver of  ,'<    Victoria.    ^  Happy  , W.- J. Philljpps of - Nelson is now  chief of FernieV fire-department at a  salary' of $100 ajnonth.,     ^   '-  ' Monday last-was the" monthly payday in "Phoenix^, when about $70,000  was distributed' in wages.   (>- > -.,,  At the Granby m'nes the uumber of  men employed is ^ now close , to 500,  the largest in the history of the ' p'rop-  crty. i, "Ay] ,  , '   -       ,    A  . i ' A\ , ,  ,L The trial of, Sfdney' Slo.ine' for tbe  murder of his,father, James F. SloaneJ  ia Spokane last August." will cost the  Btate, the county'and the, bay's mother  upwards of,$20,000 V'  ���  ' It is the' announced intention of the  Grand Trunk Pacific to ship much of  its-freight frcui eastern Canada to  Prince Eupert^via, tbe ' Grand' Trunk  railway to Chicago, aridMheneo via  Uoited States rail way ���< connections" to  Seattle.> ..   '"t^-V '     A  '  ' Tiie~Sur��rical- Butcher,  ���������:;^A mWWSyv'c-'  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  , for tte\Tra*7eling' 'Public.     ��  Largo wid Commodious Sample Eooias. .BilUvd Booms.  jyicMAHON BROS. Pwprletory,  i^^ijrjjr /vs-tvr?vnfC /^ *p tV^KX  z^iTjs-^j-jyr ^n^��, ^r^r ^.~i^T5��- ��^  r  A Moyio Udy had given her butcher  her daily order over the telephone)'and  later in the day decided to ebiuge it  a little and countermanded, an order  she bati given /or some liver.  Riugiug up her' butcher she' said:  "iToii remember that I gave you an  order for a pound of liver a.while ago?',  '" '-Yes." was the reply.   "  "Well/I find tnat I do riot need it,  and you need not send it."   * ' i  Before she could put down the receiver jfre beard the.butcher say to some  one in the shop--: "Cake out Mrs,  Blank's liver.1 She says she eas get  along without it, -- ��� , ,  _   ~r~ y ���  For a Hockev Team.  samem  mse  CLOTHES  Tu all tUo Gl��ristmas and .New Year's festives^ there is  nothing more important and necessary than good clothes.  Witlumt good clothes we cannot enter heartily in the  niuny nierrim^its and social affairs that' mark the season.  Are you ready for fun?    If not We can make you ready.  tO CENTURY BRAND CLOTHES  are hotfdavclolhes because there is no occasion  or  no  somblage "to good for iju-m,   l^et us fit you out for the hoh  days with clothesr you will be proud   of  for many a month  E.  A. HILL,  Now that the ice is commencing to  Torm on the l<ikc there should be no  time.lostin organizing a hookey team.  At the^Kamm banquet the oiher evening J. C. Drewry offered to contribute  i$10 towards a hockey team fund, and  Geo.~Bachelor offered to put his name  down for 95, making $15 in all,    {  FOR SALE���Four room house and  lot on St. Eugene avenue, Moyie.  Apply to V. Camara or at-this ofliee.  .With the tllermometor- registering  25:degrees'belpw, zero .and not an  ounce oi coal or a stiokof wood to be  had for ioye or.-tuoney,witli huudreds  of citizens'entirely out of fuel, the-sit-  utLtioa oX_Bra.ailoo ,lo<]*y w����-�������-.�����*������  most serious natnrei,��"*'-'������- "'���''��� . '    -'  Sunday.,'wa8 the first anniversary, of  the dynamite explosiou at the Centre  Star in" Rossland, which, resulted ^n  the deatl) of John S:Iiigram, who had  charge of rlie powderu house, and the  destruction of a.good many' thousand  dollars', worth of property in,that city.  All tbe sawmills ol Vancouver  were  r c  asked their opinion this month-regarding the value of tiie Hindus as  workmeu. The general verdict seemed  to be that,' while they^were not as  quick to learn as the average Chinaman, they would be equally efficient  in time. * ���  -Presbyterians' Christmas.  ��� The Presbyterian -'Christmis tree  willbe held in McGregor hall on Wednesday evening tbe 26th, and'a frea  Christmas supper will be served at six  o'clock for all the children who wish  to partake" '' .  After supper childrens' games will  be played till-8'o'clock, when the program of the evening will open, followed by the stripping of the , tree.  Somethjng will-be provided, for every  child in atteudancp.  a.--  THE  jpi ��� ���i ���  LEADTNG    T.ADIFS'  AND   i     ||     IBM II  III IIII 11    I' I' I' I  \5!*"N'S    F'-KSlMfEU.  i?-Cric tysT%n$c-iyc -v av ��o�� -v-  z^Tysrtys t&. ^n^c-^n^ tyrtqnv. t^s  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTlgENT,  ,   DepositB of $L00 or upwards received.  -.������There-is no better investment than, a Savings  gank deposit.  Once opened it grows whether added to or   not.  interest   allowed at  current   ratps   and   com-  poupded twice a year.  CRANBROOK BKANCH.  F. M   PIMKHAM, Manager.  *,-M*T-'^z_iii ,s��z_$fc!us&.  ��� .'J.?..  s^i- ������&'****&'& jjV tff ijgy t&r.���&ts��ilA  ijgtff ���jfty ,'&  "STYLE AND FIT, TWO IN ONE"  will be found in any overcoat made  iu our shop. An overcoat is a mutter  of some importance. It oosts quite a  mm to buy a good oyercoat and you  want it right.  '.  overcoats that fit and; are  av'-/stvwsit; ���  that make you look prosperous, that  wear well and don't cost too much is  the reputation of those we make. Get  measured and get oue. . .  G.A. FOOTE  MOYXB, B. C  ' Closing of School.  The Moyie school was clobed yester-  ���y tor lhe   Christmas   holi.layg.    Tiie  occasion was marked by  sp;-cial exer-  isas, and there wero some   20  vinitins  iu attendance.  Mr. John   Simpson,   the   principal,  :>*.>'�� each scholar in bis room a  book,  aid ihe scholars in turn preheated Mr.  ���impsou wilh a pair of military crush  ti in a case.  Miss Nicholson awarded two  prizes.  .<ne to.Osjar Burch fur profioioncy aud  one to Lizzie Saville   for  thc   neatest  kept set of school books.     All  of  the  children wero treated to   candy.    Miss  NudioUou's    childreu   presented   her  wilh a nice box of stationery.  Tbe Kamrn   banquet al   the  Hotel  Kootenay lust Saturday evening was a  bumper tribute to -the^chief  accountant at the St. Eugene iniue/previous  to his leaving for 'frail to be ^married.  About 40 of bis many friends joined in  giving him a seodnfl'that he will plras-  antly remember as lpn-g as he lives.   ;  J. C. Drewry was .chairman and filled  tbe position to a nicety.' He   bad   always the right thing *"to   say at   the  right timo and his  rem .-irks   Were  always pithy and redounding with, good  sense"., - t. .'..    ��. - -    ,.  ���',  ,   After'drinking to the health'of   tie  King and the President ot the  United  States^tbe toast' of   Our, Guest   was  proposed, coupled with   the * name .of  JS. 0.   Kamm.', who'' responded' with  much feeling. * As.  '       -     * i  . F. J. Smyth -thsn responded  to  the  toast of tbe Province, D. A. Ayres and  Geo. Bitchelor to our American American Cousins and C, A. Foote and H.ir-  ry Stewart to Athletics.     '  Then Mr. Hart, a commercial, tray--  elei of Toronto, give a recitation from  BillDeVere's book." Walk You Sucker  Walk" " after < which .  Omi.Merchants  ���I,- ,      .      , .  was > responded  to by E, AA Hill and  A, P.'Macdonald.' .   . -     "-      '. '   --lf>  ,'The   Island ���\Vhat   Ialand?'   After,  A. P.'Macdonald and L   E.. McGregor  ���/.!   ,I,��...BL-  .I.UVUU  KUO> ������      f   ��� j. ? , .,.��� ^, --   l~ .   l*      ,,  were .unanimous -in 'agreeing 'that  Prince Edward's Wand was tlie island  referred to",  ���      ' -'       ' ���' \t -*"  ;' Clias. .O'Neil ro3e 'toAthe occaa-  iou and gave two - stirring'- recitations.  The first twas "How Baptiste1 came  Home," arid he received" such an encore that he gave the second, "Casey's  Revenge." , '  M, A. Beale very ably responded to  Our Suburb, Cranbrook," and A. W.  Davis and Geo. Bachelor followed with'  a talk on The Bachelors.  J. P. Farrell spoke of Moyie and its  Future, and P. J. Bonner on  Mining. '  Jas. Roberts made one oi ' the   best  talks of the evening, when he respond  ed to the toast cf Labor.    Mr.   .Roberts  is   secretary   of   the   Moyie    Miners'  Union,      ' r-  ��� The Ladies���Tula toast was responded to by L, E.   McGregor   and   Eoy  Clothier, and Mine Host by F. J.  Mc-'  Mabon. t  During the evening several telegrams were read, and tbo health' of  two absent ones was drank to���John  Daly and I). J.  Elmer.  Mr. J- Triiider presided at the piano  and rendered several appropriate sele^  tions during ihe evening.  The spread was all that could be desired, an<J there were plenty of good  things to both eac aud drink.  Christmas  to All.  MacEaehern  AND-  Macdonald.  BBB  LOCAL  NEWS.  Mr. Kamm left for Trail Monday  and wns married the following day to  Miss Zilla Oliver of Victoria, but ��vho  fot home tiina,tia^ been on the office  staff of the Trull smelter. Mr.' and  i\Irs, Kamm will be sbtcnt about two  weeks, when tliry will return to Mnyie  aud take up tlu-ir re-'idunce.  Death of Mrs. Reid.  No     Opium  In     Cl��aml>��rli��ln'��  Kouiudjr.  CoujfU  Mrp. Beid, mother of Mrs K. Cjmp-  belief Moyie am) \V. L. Reid of Vancouver, died at Birni-t lniit Saturdav.  Mrs. Campbell left for Barnet on the  samo day and did not lea^n of her  mother's death until the nearly reached  her destiiiutiun tlie following Tuesday,i  and by that time the body had been  shipped'east to Ottawi for burial.  Mrs. Campbell 'will rtMijaiu on tho  coast until after Christinas. "  "Jack" O'Donnell left Thursday for  Bu;te.,  "Scot ty" Hurno hat returned ' from  ,the Lardeau,       ,L      J      r , '   ��� , '  . ^Ther'e will be a rafHe for live (turkeys  at the Moyie hotel this evening.  ��� ',        '  ,  s, Geo. Whitehead spent several days  of the week in Cranbrook., ,  if [?      *,  lF. J. McMahon trana.icted businesi'  in Cranbrook Thursday. i      ' . '���'  George -Batchelori left Monday for  Spokane, where he will spend Christ-;  mas.        <���        ���. '"' *  .Mrs. McBeth and children left Moi.-  day for their old home iu   Ontario   to I  spend "Christmas. ,  , ���' , ���   , '  A Ch'ristmas dinner will be served at  k y >\  tllA   Mi>r��h>>( I *��r\      Itn^lj,  *���� -, *K^a ^ Atroiit nn,  fronYo :30 till 1:30 o'clock.   >  ,. Chas. McDonald'has returned from'  the north, where he has been for .several months. *, - , "'  *' W.'H. F.Crosby's raffle^for a set oi  dishes will be held ' at his store \on  Christmas day at 2 o'clock.  A specialy^ffisbyterian Christmas  service will be^Iieid Sunday evening,  and all are heartily invited,,  A. B. Stewart is in the hospital st  Cranbrook" "and ia suffering with a  eevere attack of neuralgia.  Hugh Cameron, who was confined  to his homo for several days with an  attack of tonsolitis, is again able to be  out.  The Presbyterians are preparing a  Burn's entertainment on January  25th, and'ean assure the public a good  program Tor the evening. ,  ^Joe Goupill and hia mother have  taken over the Drewry building, known  aa the Lake Shore hotel, and are running it as a lodging homo. v  "Mrs. Jennings of Fort Steele and  Miss Mae Nicholson ol Elknidutb are  here to spend Christmas wi��h Miss  JTicholson and her grandmother, Mis.  Clark.  Frankie Feroglia returned Tuesday  from New Westmiuster, where lie was  attending Columbian college. After  ihu holidays he will again return and  resume his studies. I  The Moyie Odd Fellows will give  their annual ball on the evening of  Friday, Jauunry llth. It wi.l be in  charge oi the following committee:  Herb Lowes, C.A Foote aud F,  Smyth.  D. It. Woods, for several months'  clerk at the Hotel Kootenay, has severed his eonuectiou with thnt house  and U now bikini; clj.irgi' of A. B.  Stewari'o store while tin; l.nter is cou-  fimed to the hospital. Percy Luge i���>*  again fining the position vacated by  Mr. Wood-.  METAL. MARKET.  ���.New   Yoke���Bar' silver, G9��   cents*  Lead, if 5,15. , )   -  LoNlJOK���Leadji'lO 17s (Id     ,  International ��v. Trains- '\  It is officially announced that train  service will be established on the Spokane International R-iilw-iy ou " Sunday, December 30, ��� On'' that date a  local' passenger mil be put'on between  Spokane' and Eistport, the latter ,the,  , -s,   ,-    , ^  northern terminal ot the" line at' tha  International line., At East port passengers ���will transfer to the'C. P. E."'-  iram which will run in' connection-.-.-'  The depots are only 150 feet distanctf-  from each other' being connected by'rfA  As8tatedU8t   week,   the   train will?,  leave Spokane at about G'a. m.  arriv���  ���  ing'at Bbnners Ferry about  9:30 *'.' ui.  Returning the train will arriveNtt Bon-  ners Ferry at abbut'2:30p. m', arriving ,'  at Spokane at about'6:30 p."m.l*,  "  Agent Lue'ilke,   of   Banners   Ferrv   ,  informs us th it the time    card is   not'  yet out and the exact time  cannot   b** ������  given.���Bonner.* Ferry Her.ald".        '  The Catholics' Trograin*  The program for the members of  the Moyie Catholic church for Christmas will be about as follows:  Monday���A ClirUtmis tree in fh<v  c-iuroh, commencing at 7 o'clock in:  the evening. Midnight mass will begin at 12 sharp. The bell will ring ac .  11. 11:30 and at 12. The service wilt  be conducted by Rev. Father Clioiuel.  High mass will ba in plain chant. Mr.  A. P. M.icdonald will sing' "Oh' Holy  ���Night," miicie by Adams. After m.VMt*  "Oh, Dearest Infani" will be sung by  Mr. Joue<i, and the chorus, Gloria, by  the choir. A crib will bo built iii lho  church.  Tuesday���Second mass at 9:30 and  Third at 10 o'cloek.  .   Father Choinel will be hero   tomor- ,  row (Sunday) and will hold services at  the regular hours.  Herb Fullerton's Move-  At the Methodist Church.  There is not the least dinger in giving Chamberlain's Cough   Uomedy   to  small children as it coutaius no o;iium  or other harmful drug.    It has au   established     reputation   ot   more  than       A Christmas service will bo   hold  thirty-years   as < the* most' successful   the Mnthodint church oa Sunday own  medicine in use for colds,   croup   and   in��*   Special siiipin.!.    Solus by Mr. J  whooping cough.    It always cure* and   Jo"**-, ��". T��e^HVk 0��tHatmu��'.i*jV,i  . -    A ���     , u-,,    .   i...-.       concert will be given by Hie thiy child-  is-,* pleasant   to   take.     Isold   by   tho  rc.u.    A conha! invitaiioo is  given   to  Moyie Drug <fc Statioqery Co,     " .A ��� Vparuiils aud hiemld to.'attend.  1 Tbo Triti-s-Wood Co. of Fernjp will  branch out us a wnotcsalu concern after January l->t. and will en.l)ivnr to  control the grocery bu^iiics*) oo tbo  J. Crow. Herb Fullertou will be their  repiesentulivc, and with thnt in view  will move wiih'his family to Fernie t*>  reside in future. Mr. Fullertoii is ono  of the most popular men on thu roiul.  Dl A M0ND.S  "We   cnv})ha*jizc    quality  when .selling you a Diamond.  A Diamond ring   properly  bought is a good asset.  When purchasing from   un  you can   depend   upon   our  judgement,   for  quality is  of Pythias  iH-.xt   Thursday'-fcvuiiiiig, always our firsrconsideration  December 27th. Supper will be'served  in the hall. Tickets will be $150,.��ml  an invitation is'extended   to .everyone  The K. of P. Ball-  The people of Movie, can rest assured  of a good time at the ball to be given  by St Eugene Lodge No.  37 ..Knights  -iA   "d  i,  - ���  . i-.-  . I,-,  aiteiid.  C. O. Doinaurez, the well know  w.itchimtker of Fernie, will be at J. j.  Murphy'si store in Moyio every pay  wel-k. u'dv.  Mr. K. A.  Hill   of   Moyio  i��K">urv  agent. ;''���;'���  W. F. TATE & SON  Jewelers and   Graduate Opticians.  .' } . ckanbuook; b. c.  OUicial Watch Iiie;iector.fur C.  V.   1%  '. Crow's'Keit 1'ass  D:\ijiyij, TIIK IJSADER. MOVfE, KK ITI Sir CPU OHMA.
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CHAPTEU    »".
A.R off Jn the-mountain lands,
somewhere to tbe east of the
selling sun, lies tlio principality of Graustark, serene relic of
old   feudal   days.    Tbe   traveler
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roaches the little domain after an arduous, sometimes perilous, journey,,
from the great Ktuopeau c*«plt.ils.
'whether tliey be north or soiuh or west
—never east., He crosses aiv.it .! ivors
and wide plains; he winds thioiigh fertile valleys and over ban on plateaus;
he twists nnd turns and climbs unions
somber gorges and ringed mountains;
he touches the cold clouds iii one day
and the placid warmth of the valley In
the next. One does not go to Graustark
for a pleasure Jaunt. It Is too far from '
the rest of the world, and tha ways are
often dangerous because of the strife,
among the tribes of the Intervening
mountains, If one hungers for exclte-
1 ment and peril, he finds It In the journey from the north or fthe south Into
the land of the Graustarklans. From
Vienna and other'places almost directly .west the way Is not so full of thrills,
for the railroad skirts the darkest of
tbe danger lauds.       ' '
Once In the heart'of Graustark, how-
tver,   the v traveler   Is , charmed   into
„ dreams of pence and happiness and—
paradise. jThe peasants nnd the poets
king'in'„one  voice  aud   accord,   their
psalm   being r.of ; never   ending   love.
Down in the lowlands ana up In the '
hills the simple worker of the soil rejoices that lie lives In Ginustark; In the
towns  nnd   villages  the humble  merchant and his  thrifty customer unite
lo sing the song'of peace und contentment; in the palaces of^tho noble the ■
same patriotism warms Its heart with
thoughts - of' Graustark,   the   ancient.
I'rlnce and pauper, strlke'hunds'for the
love  of  the   land,   while  outside   the
great,   heartless  world {joes rumbling
on without a thought,of the rare little
principality among the eastern mountains. ■'   . ip
In point of area Graustark Is but a
'mite In the great galaxy of nations.
Glancing over the map of the world,
one is almost sure to miss the Infinitesimal patch of green Unit marks its location. Oue could not be blamed if
he regarded the spot as :i typographical or topographicttI*Ilhision. Yet the
people ot this quaint little land hold
in their hearts a love and a confidence
! that are not surpassed hy any of tlio
, lorjlly monarchs -who measure their
patriotism bymiles and millions. iThe
<}rnustarlciaiis_are n_s_tui'dj. courageous
' tliey fought tbemselve-5 clear of the
Tartar  yoke   to ibis  very.'hour fthey
have been warriors of might aud .valor.
The boundaries °of their tiny domain
' * were  kept^Inyfolate for  hundreds of
years, and but one victorious foe had
come, down to lay Siege to Edelweiss,
the capital.   Axphaln, a powerful prin-
„   clpality  in 'the north,  had conquered
Graustark  iu  the "latter   part   of   the
nineteenth  century, but only after a
bitter   war  in   which   Starvation   and
famine   proved   far   more  destructive
than   the  arms   of   the   victors.     The
treaty of peace and tlie Indemnity that
fed to the lot of vanquished Graustark
have  been discoursed  upon at length
if. at loast oue history.
, TLose  who have  followed that history  must know,  of course, that the
reigning princess. Yetlve. was married
to u young American at the very tag
end of  the nineteenth  century.     This
admirable couple met In quite romantic
fashion while the youug sovereign was
traveling Incognito through the United
States of America.    The American, a
splendid fellow named Lorry, was so
perslsteut   iu   the   subsequent   attack
upon her heart that ull ancestral prejudices  were hwept away, and she became his bride with the full consent of
her entranced subjects.    Th.* manner
iu which he wooed and won this young
nnd adoiable  ruler  forms  a  very  attractive ch.iptei  in romance, although
nnmentioned   in   history.     This   being
the tale of another day, it Is not timely
to dwell  upon   the Interesting events
which  led  up to rhe marriage of the,
l'rlncess Yet lie lo Gronfall Lorry.  Suffice it to say that Lorry won his brido
ngalnst  nil   wisho-s  and  odds  and   at
tho same time won an endless love aud
esteem   from   the  people  of the  little
kingdom among the eastern hills.   Two
yeais have passed since that notable
wedding In Edelweiss.
Lorry and his wife, the princess,
made their home In Washington, but
•pent a few months of each year Iu
Edelweiss. Dining tlio peilods spent
in Washington find iu tiavel her affairs
in Graustark w ere in the hands of a
capable, niMere old diplomat, ber
uncle. Count Caspar llalfont. Princess
Volga reigned as regent over the principality of Axpliuin. To the south lay
the principality of D.i wsbergen, ruled
by youug Pi.mo Daman, whose half
brother, the deposcil Prince Gabriel,
bi.il bei-i, for two. years a prisoner in
Graustark, the convicted assassin' of'
I'rlnce Lorem*. of Axphi-iin. oue tiin*
«uitbr for the hand of Vetiye.
It was'afier the second visit of the.
I.orrys to Edelweiss Unit a serious turn
of affairs, presented itself. Gabriel'bad
succeeded' in .escaping jffroin his. dungeon. H!s. friends.'in' Da wsbergen
stired up a revolution, and Dantan was
driven from the throne at Serros. On
the arrival of Gabriel at'the, capital
the army of Dawsbergen espoused the
cause of the prince it had spurned, and,
three days'after his escape, he was on
his throne, defying Yetlve and offering
a price for the head of the unfortunate
Dantan, now a fugitive ia the hills
along the Graustark frontier.
likely, would hia descendants, if there
i Is virtue in the lltness of thing:; and
' the.heredity of  love.    While intrepid
frontiersmen were opeulug tbe  trails
through the fertile wilds west ofr the
Alleghanles a strong branch of the Calhoun   family   tollowed   close   In   their
footsteps.     The   major's   great-grandfather saw the glories and the possibilities of tho new territory. He struck
, boldly forward from the old  Revolutionary grounds, abandoning the luxuries and traditions of the Carollnas for
a fresh, wild life of promise.   His sons
and daughters became solid stones in
the   foundation   of „a   commonwealth,
and his grandchildren aro still at work
on the structure.    State and national
legislatures  had  known  tho Calhouns
from  the beginning.    Battlofields had
tested their valor, and drawing-rooms
had proved their gentility. '.
Major   Calhoun   had    fought , with
Stonewall Jackson and won ills spurs,
and at the same  time  the heart and ;
hand of Betty llaswoll, the stancbest
Confederate'  who    ever    made   flags,
bandages nnd prayers for the boys In
gray.    When, the reconstruction came '
Lo went to congress, and llater'on became prominent In the United States
consular'service,,for years holding an ,
Important   European'  post.    Congress
claimed him  once' more  iu the  early L
nineties, and there he: Is at tills very
time. ' - ,*    ,
Everybody in, Washington's social
and diplomatic circles .admired the
beautiful 'Beverly Calboun.r According
to his own loving term of Identification, she was tho major's "youngest." .
Tho fair .southerner had'seen .two'seasons in the nation's capital: Cupid,
standing directly in front'of her,'had
shot his darts ruthlessly 'and reslst-
lessly Into the passing hosts, 'and mas-
cillne Washington looked humbly to
Lit- for the balm that might soothe its
pain's.' The wily god of love was fair
enough to protect the girl whom he
forced to be bis unwilling, perhaps unconscious,- ally. He held his Impenetrable shield between her heart and
the assaults of a. whole army, of suitors, high and low, great and small. It
was not idle rumor that tsald she had
declined 'a,'coronet or' two, that tho
millions of more than one American
Midas had been offered io ber and that
sho had dealt gently"but firmly with a
score of hearts which had nothing but
lovs, ambition and poverty to support
them In the conflict.   ,
The Calhouns, lived In a handsome
home not far from the residence'of Mr.
and  Mrs. Grenfall  Lorry.    It seemed
Toward tho <*io*.e of one of thc most
brlilhmt .seasons the capital had ever
known, le.ss than n fortnight before
'■o'igrev* was lo adjourn, the wife of
Grenfall Lorry received the news
which spread gloomy disappointment
over the entire social realm. A dozen
receptions, teas and balls were destined to lose their richest attraction,
and hosresses wore in despair. Tbe
princess had been called to Graustark.
Beverly Calhoun was miserably unhappy. She had hijar.l the story of Gabriel's escape and'tii^consoquent probability of a coillilct with Axpbaln. It
did not require a great stretch of Imagination to convince her that the l.onys
were hurrying off ro scenes of intrigue,
strife and bloodshed, and that not only
Gi-aiistnrk, but its princes.***, was in
jeopardy, .
Miss Calhoun's most cheri.slied hopes
faded   with   the   announcement   that
trouble, not pleasure, called  Votive to
Edelweiss., It hud b-eii their plan that
Beverly   should   spend   the   delightful
summer month*- ni Graustark, a guest
at the "royal palace.    The original arrangements of the I.orrys were hopelessly disturbed by the late news from
Count Haircut.   They wero obliged to
Jenve  Washington'two months earlier a
than lheyn intended, aud they could not-
lake Beverly Calhoun Into danger ridden Graustark.  The contemplated visit
to St. Petersburg and other pleasures
had to bs ulmudoned, and they wej-e in
tears,    '
Yellve's maids were packjlic; tho
trunks, and Lorry's servants were In
a wild state of haste preparing for the
departure on Saturday's bhip. On Friday afternoon Beverly was naturally
where she could do lhe most good anil
'be of the least help—nt the Loi;rys\
'Self confessedly ,she delayed a the'
preparations. Uespec-tful maidservants
auiL respectful manservants came often to; the princess' boudoir io' nsk
quostlons, and Beverly Just as frequently made tearful -resolutions to
leave the household in peat*OT-ir such
a" hullabaloo   could   be   called   pence.
Soni." Tim.-in
lis     |,;
Mis, 'Henrietta A. fi. March. 700 W. 10th
Rt,. Los Ancelcs, Cal., l'rcaldiyit. Women a
Beni'.olent  Ahh'ij," writes:   , "      ,
j "I suffered with la grippe for seven
weeks, and nothing I could dp or
tai'e helped rr.e until  I tried Peruna.
I, "I felt at ono** thin I had at last hc-
curr-l tho rl,fht mrdiL-ino and 1 kept
hteaitilv   iiuproviiiir.    Within   three  weeks
'1  w»k fully restoied, nnd I am glad that
I  gi>ve  that   truly ereut  remedy. a  trial.
I   will   never  be  without  it  ueain.' .
In  a" letter  dated  aukihi 31.   1904,'Mis.
, iji'.-vr-h snys: "I ha\e ne-u-r yet hein-d Uie
. eftici-cv   of   Peruna  qtieHtioned.       We   otill
I  trnvelled  llirmurli  Kenturky and
Callers came by ,tlie dozen, but'Yetlve ( ftnneveVi'UraeVeari" «o,"where I found
would seo no'one. > Letters, telegrams lVrumi doin; its 'eooii work. Much of it
and telephone calls almost swamped',',' ■* ,"''-"lff u"«>,here al-.o."-lTenrietia a. s.
her secretaiy; the footman and the ATi
butler fairly gasped under the strain
of excitement Through it all the two
fi lends'sat despondent and alone In
the drear room that once had been the
abode of pure delight. Grenfall Lorry
was off,in town'closing uprall matters
of business that could be dispatched at
once. The"'princess and her .industrious retinue wore to take the evening
ei press for New York, and the next
<i3v would find themat^sea.
(To Be Continued!).'    ..
Mm .1 «<>  U»id«*  <I>« •»'«'""
c'.-iu   |.'«riiii*r.
Oo'iib-r- >"•■"■ col,'r "•''!'"• '>''' ll,1(J
huokftMi-at. on gro-iml ID.H "wiii.l oiii-
enw-e be hai-' <h" >■*.•' ^■"f'r- '-"'*
lu the mouth h.tne-r ic.u* and stole
In pits or loi-i eellar. riui*H hatvest-
ing aud swung .ippU's. poais and
grape* I.e.nv o.ily haidy M'gelablos.
ir-.i.|>*.. .leru^uh'in "rLl'
hul~i I idt-ll 111 the lield.
Tlu.M. „,,,., be dug a- needed ihrougu
ihe winter or m «'•«i l.v "I'i"111-- ,J|U coltl ;
friiine-, «ilh l.MiiHi'. i.i'1'sli and onion
sels fm wiiiici u-i* Sow *-|iinn<h for j
spmu ciitniui 'Han**!'!'!"' :»" holers '
IO,' ln.'1-.e IIM" I let.nc li"**' Dig and
ht.-u-t i.. i. dry pli'ie (l.dilns, caumis,
glidiob and .-.lntil.lt bi.ilis and loots.
When the (euijienuiiie goes beloiv .rn)
iiecfi.'i-s nt ii.i,lii •-hiii .ffiiv hi thu
giveiilii'U**cs. I'l.int last settings of
•slmy. berries I" pots I'aily In tt-"
month. Celery must Ii.i'm* ii 11 mil
earthing ut. ''A-.p:irngus npd rlmtJiirl)
for forcing uihst bp. du^; and allowed to
frec/e before removal to lhe cellar.
.November.--riiinl hai vesllfig of onb'
bugo, celery, roots, etc. Valid lliial
phiuting of spinach, Make cuttings
ami scions of grape*, curr.iuls. goose-
beiric-s and tree fiiilts, tie in bundles
ami bury butt end upvVaul.,'Slrntl^y
seeds of peache*-, plums and other
stone fruits and slow-where they wlll^
not freeze. Spread mulches on bulb
beds, mound "-.bruin, upon herbaceous
bordtiib- und, when (lie ground is frozen
hiiul, upon stinwhero beds. lYuno
grapevines aud olboi* irees.' Plow or(
dig heavy soil and leave hi loose condition to l'ree'.'.e, Co*, er cold fruines
with airaw mats or slnitlers ou cold
nights Tidy up the place Tor v,]ute£.
Keview the seasoii's pnictloe find Im5
prove plans foi'ni»<l year,   ,      '   '    '
because Poisonous StnpuriiSes ape Left in f-h
Which Can be Removed by the Use   f     B'0011
I   i-JH ense if.sults In mb-t  oauo3"from
(  ;lu.   pic^CllC-C*   Of   p'iinOIIOU-4    \Mlrtte   lllllt-
Ili'J.iii  tin; body, aiid-'muy, therotote,
' be, (-.aid  to m-i»e from  ignorance    oi
Uilious biiellH, hick   -heudache,  nt-
t.icks    of    indigestion,  kidney  pains
,i;i.l  bueknche—i-ueh    are  the iudicu-
limis  of  failino on   the    pait  of  the
liver tp lemove the poisonous waste
oi..iter"' «*, inpidly as it accumulates.
.,y the iiPCjOf Or, Cimso's Kidney-
l,iv-ei   Pills the situatipii in pidniptly
cue veil,  beciume  liver,  kidney    and
j  ,u*!n iiro .nf-l in vigorous action'and
„,,-.  lUteiing  and    excict'ory    nyslein
ilioiougiily cleutisocl and   strengtlion-
Neglect to afford assistance at such
j lime ih. to invite the alt nek1 of such
■ ulmeiitR ns Bright'e .ditScase,   dropsy,
j-Jieumatibm or appendicitis.
Mr. Win: Cook, JUooso'ipin,' N.W.T.,
wrilos:      "J   lmve   been    taking   Dr.
•'base's  Kidney Liver Tills and must
-n'y yiey have doneinc a lot of food
1 (lave bee
bcte-J 'and  ......
niilicted with this disease thnt Dr.
C*iumj's Kidney-Liver I'UU will, do
li'.-m good, f cunhot way that I am
.'tiiiiclv t'lirod but'I lmvc been Kreat-,
nave iiouu mc ii iui oi rgouii,
'en ii gient'siiffifrer.'fipin '<lia-
I  I' can sa^ to all who are
ly lK*ueli.ed ,,j  VJi.,„y!l.lu.„
Mi-- John     W'ji.j,,   ,„,  "'
avcijiie, -Montn.,,1, q,,, i-'mal,
•ebiumy | U(1, ia]„h'*«<" 'J ,,
I'i  have the    duel,,.    ., ]     ' '""1 .'u.l
iny niiiiip,lt WIU :t .;,;; "-j  »-..i u,,lt
A few v.eelm „„tl ,.„„ ,, ,l In r.
tieaiiiMMii 1 bec-in 1o „„, '   "".'   ' „
of kuhi-y ,iic,,lMl   ,, ' \^yyh
a iedthi.li ii|.pem,'.,iei, „, ,; " '"'»,«,
to get woise t)llui tu„r,' , ll,'^.<i
dust dopohiK. and ,| , ' ,\"< ''".ok
the kidneys  iu-,.-    -\,     , '■"''» ««f
and that I U|B .i„ ,,-:.,„ i f'M,J'
Bright'? di^..;,M* ,!,'1"'"1   „.„,
-"I  obtnjncil    ^()j,1(
Kidney-Livei   I'i|i    .,, ,,
this treatniciu *..;i- \',1(
Mv water bepinui- ,-. ,.
is still  fih.    '|]1C,   Mll,
and liistiiig."
liy usiix;  Dr, ('Im y
Pills, one pill i, (i,, (.
often  /is  is   iie^t-,,  „•
bowels .in  regi'ln
ni ;i
. i-il A
1 '''-uli oi'
' "it din!
,. , nyAUu
'■   ii*!ii. -j s>.
you   insure   yoiii^lf0,',,,'^',.! -1<|l"n'
dincane and  th,. ,i;|, ,
fimn   Hrdght'iti di-, -hm-
Iexy   oi   otliei   eonifiii-
inentH.      Dr.    t'li.-i-..
PIllB. 2,1 cent?  ,t  l„
or KdmntiHoii,  l:.u- ,
'"-"IM,   !,,,,„*
;i'iinii..i „;*.
'41 ill.
A Modern Desdemorta. { "' A]
.The Loiulni |iii;ioii» mc pihit'uglho
i!oi> of an Kn^lltli girl, Chini Ca8iiy„
aho murrleil ii ,V««iriHli' ncrob^l. J'.O"
■lainnifd' Hei; Bullib'is-^i, ,i>nfl >Vh*0
'*.<).vt,H,fiir oft" 'I'miijlcr sighs for her
vlbioii homo as follows - i . '-<
lM  wi;th I wvi.iV--In I-iigUmd ugiin, I
l\,lf      >nh.«l        Jl.l.      AU-      A 1--.„llf„l
young women should become constant
The Weaving HorGe. ,
"Weaving" consists in a motion of
the head, neck and body from side to
side; like the shuttle of a weaver passing throughc.the web, and hence the
name given io this peculiar and Incessant motjon. It Indicates an impatient,
irritable temper and a dislike to confinement in the stable. A- horse' thus
affected will seldom be In good flesh or
be safe to ride'or drive. It is not con-,
sidered to be a disease, but merely an
individual vice, .and there is no'ciue
for it that I am, aware of.—Veterinary
in Atlanta Constitution:
rt<iOp:tii!r in' netl" li .!=p*in, ,
'The ci; ,-toui of nd.jplioii i-s univ(*»snlT
Ip .hi:*aii, whole.it I,? practiced to keep
a family name f:*oi»i h.-'uomlii^ extinct
Indeed. Uici-e' N semvoly- a family la.
which it has not at somertim^,or other
'boon observed: A person who has no
male issue adopts a son J/ind. If he
has a daughter, often gives her to him
in marri.-ifre. A youth or even a child,
who may be the head of "a family, occasionally, adopts, on^tlie point of dy-
Inj*;, a T=on older Umtf himself io succeed bi"1-
and loyal friends. Women as lovely
as they have no reason to be Jealous..
It is only the,woman /who does not feel
secure ot her personal charms that'
cultivates envy. At the home of Grau-
stark's princess Beverly met the dukes
and baron* from the far east. It was
in the warmth of the Calhoun hospitality that Yetlve formed her dearest love
for'the American people.
Miss Beverly was, neither tall nor
short. She was of that divine and indefinite height known as medium; slender, but perfectly molded; strong, bui
graceful—an absolutely healthy young
person, whose beauty knew well how
to ' take care of itself. Being quite
heart whole and fancy free, she slept
well, ate well and enjoyed every minute of life, in her blood ran the war*r.
eager Impulses of the south; hereditaiy
love of ease and luxury displayed itself
In every emotion; the perfectly*normal
demand upon men's admiration was as
characteristic In her as it Is in any
daughter of tho land whose women
are born to expect chivalry and homage.
A couple of years  In  a   New  York
"finishing school" for young ladles had
served   greatly   to' modify   Miss   Calhoun's colloquial charms.  Many of her
delightful ' way down south" phrases
and mannerisms were blighted by the
cold, uniomantlc atmosphere of a seminary  conducted   by  two   ladies   from
Boston who were too old to marry, to*
peniuious to'love and too prim* to think,
that  other  women   might  care  to  di*
both.   There   were times,   however—)/
she were excited or enthusiastic—when
pretty Beverly so far forgot her train
lus as to break forrh with a very attractive "yo' all," "siiah 'nough" or "g«
j 'long   naow."     And   wbqn   the   bands
( played "Dixie" .she was not afraid t«
j stand up and   wine hor handkerchief.
Catixe  iiud   niYeet. "    '       »
-Shakespeare  saw  life   in   large  and
wrote as he saw.1',lie never "blamed It
on to God."   Ills pnges'arc.fiiJl of*Uie
Inexorable sequence of cause nnd  effect,   and   the* swift   nut rob  of  deeds'
points the moral of individual responsibility,   if things \>ere '-rotten in "Denmark," it was because the fathers' hud
eaten  sour  grapes  aud   the  children's
teeth   were  set  on  edge;'if 'Macbeth
trembled at the knocking .-it the gate, it
was   because   conscience   doth   make
cowards   of   us  all.   The   ghosts  that
haunted Bosworth field were of Rich-
ard's   own   creating,   aud   Regan   and
Goneril,   desperately   dead,   reap   but
their inevitable due.   In short,  Shakespeare's message Is the message of a
robust    manhood     and     womanhood:
Brace up, pay for what you have, do
good If you wi-.h to get good.   Good at
bad, shoulder the burden of your moral
responsibility   and   never   forget   that
cowardice i-s the mo^t fatal and most
futile crime in the calendar of crimes.
Coviaids   die    many    times ' before   their
The valiant never lav.e of death but once.
—Martha Baker Dunn iii Atlantic.
irany inlieut \\ealc luiiga, and ur\
di.-ea»e usually as.iaiN thu weakest
point, these persons are continually
exposed to attacks of cold tui'd pul*-'
monary disturbances The 'speedy use
of Bickle's Ami- Consumptive Syrup
\\ill be found'a preventative and a
proteetiori, strengthening the oigaiia
so' that they aie not so liable to
derangement from .exposure or abrupt
atmospheric changes... Bickle's Syiup
is cheap and cood.
The ,late dynamite explosion in'St,
Peter's , was considered as anarchy'o
potest against leligiori. , The Pope
preserved his compos.uie, and said.
'/Jt was' some madman's" act. 1 will
pray for the wretch." •       *       t,
Itch,.Mange, Prairie Scratches and
every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured m 30 .minutes by
Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.
a member of congress from one
of tbe southern states. His
forefatliers had represented the
commou'wealth.  and  eo.   It   was
j The  northerner   uim   happened   to  be
i with   her   on   such   occasions   usually
, found himself dohij*; likewise before he
could escape the Infection,
j    Miss   Calhoun's   fare   was   one   that
painters   coveted  deep  down  In  their
artistic soul*,   it never know a dull ln-
itant;  there was  expression  in  o-yery
lineament, In every look; life, genuine
life, dwelt lu  the mobile countenance
that turned the head of every man aud
woman who looked upon it.   Her hair
was  dark   brown   tuul .abundant;  her
eyes   were   a ,.'deep,   gray   :imlV looked
eagerly  froin 'between   lung  lashes  of
black; Tier   lips   were   red   and-. ever
■willing to smile or turn plaintive as Occasion required; her, brow  was broad
and fair, and her frown was as dangerous as a smile.
As to her age, if the major admitted,
somewhat Indiscreetly,-that all his children were old enough to vote, her
mother, with the reluctance born in
women, confessed that she was past
twenty, so a year or two either way
will determine Miss Beverly's age so
fat-fas' the telling of this story is concerned. Her eldest brother, Keith Calhoun (the. one with the congressional
heritage),' thought sho was too young
to marry, while her, second brother,
Dau, held that she soon would be too
old to attract men with matrimonial
intentions. Lucy, tlie only sister, having been happily wedded for ten years,
advised her not to think of marriage
until she was old enough to know her i
own U4tndv.
It Ilroujclit .Mli-fortune  (o  Knelt of Ita
On iiet**i.
Mine. Androef was the - wife of a
broker ou ihc- Sr. Petersburg bourse.
She was killed by ber husband In a
£>t. Petcibburg summer garden. The
.Vo*.oe Vrr-my.-i tells this stoiy of a
pearl necklace the woman was wearing when &he met her death: "It Is an
old piece of work by one of the best
Pari-.lan Jewdei.*.. It had been sold
first to the head of u well known
French court taimly. in the excitement of thc great French icvolutlon
ncaily all tho mcmbcis of this family
wero guillotined, aud only a few of
them nijjiisged lo escape to Brussels
and so >,a\e their, lives. But the flight
cost a lor of money, and they were
obliged to part with many tine Jewels,
among them the necklace hi question.
From the time that they got rid ot
this article they ei.Joyed good fortune.
"Tills cherished Jewel, after changing hands about ten times, was bought
by tlio St. Petersburg Jeweler Butz for
iO.CKH) rubles ($20,(',00) for Prince V ,
who was at that time a leading man
at court The prince, who was a great
lover of the b'.".Ilet, gave .the necklace
to the well known ballerina Tzukkl.
For having done this he was exiled
from St Petersburg. Tzukkl left the
Imperial ballet, and, finding her health
falling, she went to her native countryside and abandoned the stage forever.
But before doing so she sold the' necklace.
"A. subsequent owner, the antiquarian Llhivitch, died suddenly at Monte
Carlo, and a whole series of people
afterward who came Into possession of
the fated necklace had most sinister
experiences. One of these, a gambler
at Monte Carlo, lost all his money, and
only the sale of the necklace saved
him from beggary.     V
"Finally It fell into the hands of M.
Andreef. He paid the low price of
20,000 rubles ($10,300) for It and his
wife was wearing It when In a fit of
anger, he killed her, to whom he had
but a short time ago presented the unlucky token.    The necklace has  now
The   \Vo>t<|-*«" Di-Tit   to   Jflo-rt-ern.
I have never, known man ore-woman
who has not improved In character by
becoming devoted to lhe aJfaiis of
flowers, and I venture to say that (he
world at large is under the deepest
obligation to pansles, violets, roses and
lilies, to name but a few of the blo3-"
soins that silently help the good angel
of mankind.
Kn Vuliif nn ii Catch Crop For I'or«if•
nnil  Croon   ,M n n n r.-.
' At the Kansas evperinu'rit- station
last year a very "good crop,of rape was
grown In' wheat stubble by simply
seeding with a disk drill directly behind the binder, as the wheat vias being" h.ii' vested.       >\      '"     *    •    '
Rape' may he grown in th'S cornfields, being seeded at the 'llin'e of the
lastfi cultivation or <iif.lLei'wa**<!, but It
has not been so successful when grown
(his way, 'a* the'cdfii. takes the moisture1 needed by tbe rape- » • '
Profepspr "Burnett of Nebraska recommends sowing rape in the spring
witlfitome grain crop, snf-liAis wheat or
oats, allovilug the lape to" take, possession uf .the field when the grain crop'is
'cur. He states that-"in Minnesota und
the Dukotas with a good stand of'rrtpo
in tho stubble sheep can' be turned in
about three weeks, after cutting the
grain.'Kui-h a lield will support ten or
fifteen sheep per acre and, keep'tliem
growing six weeks."
Professor Hitchcock "says that "each
year finds the area in which rape is
grown extended until it now .Includes
much of the spring wheat region of the
northwest, where it Is growii'V-hlcfly as'
a catch crop."
'The above experiments indicate' that'
rape can be made a^Jrontaoie witi,
crop In Kausas, especially for ithe
farmer who is raising sheep and' hogs/
J'As a green manuring crop rape, owing to Its containing u large amount of
water, does.not produce *a very large
amount of' vegetable matter, but what
thero is decays readily when plowed
under, and when tho crop is pastured
there is generally a considerable
amouut trampled down, which when
turned under adds materially to the
productiveness of the soil.
> , CiitiUI   ThU'.*   l|i, < |,„j(ll,    ,
Atn rwi-tliicmcsi i,* *, •• ..,„,',,
town ono of thi* jm-,,,-*. .it«r u,,,,,'' ,
swearing .In,   a row  ni,.ir ttjlh J..'
dignity pn>t6sieil  Ug,in;t SL.rw,,p '
leglng that ,he was lhe gUWii nm
ngt;r of nn ini|r,uart't (omvrn uiiO ,,,"" I
nil qUu* miserable ;tmd, lonely Iicip,   woRtlng,valuable thin- by oittiug t5   'H
•nil ft iii»h«>» n'o fc'il/it- tnon* whon'M. Jimrjnl.nn IiKnii'^t.   The e-ji-onor 'turn
A,r Ww Mr. AhrtuliAh treats_ hhyvtfe} j„K to-hli ,cl.-r'l;. <pi.l; ■ m,-, \j^° JI
that no'pcr.-tc • me <-rcinpi fi***,i Kn,
11 won 'lu*' nbk-.jy ,ic;ui"ii tto| lee us Juror-* except idiots, wiibct*i'ri
n gill a.- What' a fool- L 'have   'and lunatic-.   Now. >iii.l(*r -h Vi h ijM(]
Ing'doyoii tlalin es('iiipt;(.'i''"
Fate of a Jaaaneee Traitor. '
Traltois among ihe Japanese officers
are not treated pka.-,aiuly \Vhen thc-Ir
niiscondiicc is d.scovi'iod. Bennet
Burleigh In his iii-w boon on -iiiptin
tells of ,an instance. Two ,Iupiincs>e
transpori:' laden with men; stoies itnd
heavy siege jr.i'.Ierj had been' sudden
ly attacked by the Russian VTamvcs
look bquadion. One w.ia bunit, ami tbe
othor escaped with difficulty. Who had
giVt-ii the infovii*.j.iioii ul the bailing
ol these shIp-».' '-Tlie Japanese n.adc
.c.n-cli lo mi 1 out who h.td blubbed
anil liltiirarcly tiact! u io a lngli o.'U-
c-ial in Touio, one holding s^a i.uiu
ami engag'-il li the ailiniraltv. A Rus
sun i^l'.eck for a huge sum was iriice-1
into his .land.':, lie *hi.h fom'ioiued
wi'h it and Lis wceipt signatuic ilioro-
ou "I'licn he w.n L-rl uilo a sr-L-iiiocd
room, wliese a ni.mhei ot his follow
Oificf-is '..ad K..th( -,-e.l. They stripped
him iwiii'.1, s.i.it iipou him and kicked
him lo d«.a;h " ^
. Restoring  I'ralrle  Soil.*"
All who have taken up prairie farms
will recogui/e the truth of the follow-
■ lug statement of Professor Ten Eyck
of Kansas In icgard to tliom:
When the wlld'pralrle Is first broken
the soil is mellow, moist and rich,'pro-
dueing abundant crops. After a few,
years of continuous grain cropping and
cultivation the physical condition of
tbo soil changes—the, soil "grains become flner,cthe soil becomes more coin-
pact and heavier to handle,,It dries out
quicker than it used to and often turns
over In liard clods and lumps when
plowed. rThe perfect tilth and freedom
from clods, so characteristic of virgin
soils, Is always more or less completely restored whenever land has been
laid down to grass for a sufficient
length of time.
"D'ar  i5'ofl!iJi;,  I -hivit> and  tmsf to
,;o<i i win  '■ -' -'■■- L-   '"'
been to gi\p myself to ibjs vit>nl
9o far, t!i<*, hUi,'i'i<*n>ffoji of ih*» Bi-Itr
"Kb i-'i'i' con'.!'! mi,t b-d.fn nolblim. for
A.iss ('a,*""y had pi^vlnnsly bt-ORi'V^P
^•I'livfii to l'iUt'nt,*'.and if)|if,?'ljit»*d i'l>a't
,,-ibe liad jli»* a,pprcrvrij nfiirn- p:nvjuS8.."
y        ,._ : ,_/ - -u.
1 'iuriit*M «•<  xjtur«v:lir-r%.   „      ,     ',.
The peddlorsywitli carts who, supply
th**1 occupants of villus Iii|(ilie environs'
of Piyia \\Uli c!iei*r(esr<in<l other,s;d\iH
Ti-uits,'frequently ciin-y^frir sale a few'
■siimM'turtli^. They are"" |i'tirchnsed by,
the luhanitants of. the,'villas lo be plat,*-'
ed In their gn rdens.' where they arches-
llevedj-to serve- ns'ivcry effective .liui*
to the piitieiieiv hy preventing IhiSirar-
nsres of' > tin*, insects -jftnj.1 other small
1<-i-eaturcs'"whlch are awji'slorue-l 'to do ■
much duidage'to the, lloiveir blfuls^uiiil
-i^.~i..»      . '      " t - 4 ,. r
You DO.NOT have to know wi^TS7
'I aroods aro mRde of when you use
Tlia Now and   Ma^~.-   rs   *     . ,tl
Jmpro_vEp^nome Dye,,r||
»na a cpatune m*a*o« t« utnotu
• i«l other c»uie. IMiorn lli.m
«ultkl jr jma witli ntlglit t»la wlthT
AllOTtrfnlmlnatM. Not»li»r«h
method. l4*vet » cle&r,cl«uicnt.
Cowi girt mow mllki tU*n m.t,
,'. Itttor teat, Sw>4 Cortro* boolritt.
Ul. K.Bctiiai.ricloi, Oiliri*. Cu.
•i r wn'i,cured.of foriibJe'lumbago' by
3.rr\'ARD'3 l.INiMIiKT. X>- X\
0 ,t s" 'f , Itl?,V.,*,l\VM.;^KOW>r. "
y r'wnjs. curecf oI"a bad case of'head-
'u-he by'MLY^HD'g'LINIMENT.
■■ t * '* ,*M11S: "S.i'K'AULBACK.*'
I wnsTciir0tl of' sensitive lungs-bv
MrNAKD'SMJNIMEXT. " " *■•",,
," Dr. Goodcl'.ild, pastor-, Of" Central
Bnptint" church, ,-ISrew York, has n
lady to, whistle three .tunes between
the lessons and 'the ■ sermon. She
!'*is k xjiano accompaniment, . ani^
i\},Jstlea,delection8 from thc best masters, if
,^' ;	
>.rolher - Graves' Worm' Kxlermina-
tor i-3 pleasant to take; sure and ef-
.'e.'tun! in destroying worms. Many
!-.n\e tried it with best results.
■ *il
Thny »r» fltun coo»U]prM ol nfl rot>-
Jt4quf.ur«. littt'a W1lf;hv lirui^p 1.** Ufa
" tha liru c&uw tar & ntWiicie. felon,
, wbils «w-fiilmff and *U(t luuu   Tlir r-
tor« t»tl>« bri4i»e» Irvcly inil oltf n »llh
1     " ,'        *".
It hOoUids tho p*ln. r'e*«nl-' ■L'.-eli'"
Itts, rftiaoTei. wr*n?*&, rr.lur.fl t.ell    ■
hi£«, sU>im the irilU-uinauoii, nl-lilo    j
iroar comfort, pr«...ut* ftltcr-*fl«.t*
35 ttnU, thr««i timrA u mutlj W i'i»
1. 8. J011>'SO-N Jt CO , IIjjSoc, Mju   H
Au  KfTeclIve  Vanron   Jiiclc.
The wagon jack herewith shown Is
reproduced from Kami l'rogress. It Is
simple In construction and effective in
use. A is of oak 2 hy -l by 33 Inches,
B is 2 by •! by 14 inches. C is 12 Inches
long, and lever D is 3 feet long, the
short end'belng oue foot. The drawing
explains Itself.
Exclusive with Diamond
Hall are these three remarkable offerings in highest
quality plated ware.
size, grey finish, with applied rococo ornaments, ■
removable porcelain lining.
FERN POT .4*'. Soft grey
finish, rose decoration,
porcelain lined. A
.   irig handle over top, applied  border,   embossed
rose centre.
We send upon request fi-re of charge
our lurze illustrated catalogue. ,
j mysteriously disappeared."
Cliemlenl   AVVc-d   Killer.
A chemical weed killer has been developed or tested by the Wisconsin experiment station in nUi-mpls („ |v;n
wild mustard. < ot klebnr, yellow dock,
etc. Thfi peculiar thing claimed for this
poison is. that w liim -pr.iyc'd on :c graving grain crop infcsied lij wied*, il Ki!N
tlie weeds without injury \,> n„. r-ti<fi-
vated croi). 'Uie solutuii iis«i eoiis^i,
of 100 pounds of lion Milplute dissolved In titty-four gallons of water,
which amount will HDniy an acre
3-trect   Car  HiiIph  of  nio.
There   are   first   and* second   class
street cars, wr'ltesAMberl Hale In Jho
ltcnder, nnd l,  with a p-ick'ige In  my
anus, had token n (lr*t class bond, ns
a street cur Is called in Kii de Janeiro.
.SqnrcpJy Imd I done so when the cou-.
diii -tor. requested  me  11  t.-.in -'t*r  to a
scebnd   class   cut*   \\ bcncvci-   it   might
come.along, because no one Is allowed
to carry  anything greater tiibn.'ii dap
satchel --first ebiss.'   So   1   humbly descended   and  hail  eithor  to   tr.Ix   with
inai Ice) w imien nnd sweaty laborers or
to   take  a tillnil-y.    A   tiflmry.  named
after   the   Knglis.li   maker   who   years
ago   in trod need   ||,   |^   a   curious   two
wheeled,   light   •-•priiigod   cab,"  like   an
old   fashioned   gig,   and   resembles   a
li'iiisoin    without   the   iittnihtiient   for
tin* driver,    lie sits inside tlie tilbury.
A person without n ncclrlie Is no more
allowed   f!r«t  ihiss on   tin* htreet cars
tlinii imis 1 Willi my ptircol.    They aro
dcfidedly  pm th uim- in   Buzll  and  In-
built  ninny   f.wii'dlous   ways   from  the
time of  (lie  cmpiie,  when  dress  and
liiaiiners vw>r<> tiie mnrk sepiira"tliig the
ari-stooracy fi-.m the wo>'klng clnsses.
Practically all
makers <»f gocxl clotl.es
,ln Catiada use Hfvrson
Twseds. Look for tlie tag
that gtiarautos fare hnI.
When you h'jy
I "    WET
WEATHER       , / //<
you woLnt       /'' -o
complete        Ka    \j») 71
protection       Abi^Jn
nnd long     ^M-iJ
service.       *tJJ
These and marry     *   //
other good point*
aro combined In
You c.\r\5 afford       A/
to bi^y ohy other      / /
ca«i«>* /Of*  i
iowiii c._wD... co uf S-^v0
i. TVitliiiitH   III   Frnncp,
In' some parts of France walnuts
form a regular .article of diet. The
peasants eat them with bread that hns
oftentimes, -boon rubbed with garlic.
'The hygienic effects are considered
good, replacing meat to a large extent.
Those nuts are also used to make oil.
It is much cheaper and similar in taste
to that pressed from olives and is employed to adulterate 'the- latter. The
prisoners.'In .certain prison's are engaged in cracking walnuts and picking
out the kernels, which are pressed into'
_     Inforn.««l0„   For  »J,«  Yonnr.
Ta  what do they call babies where
here's three of them at a time -I mean
the same as twinsV"
"Triplets." A
"■"Ob, yes.   I couldn't think what It
"A calamity.  Now, put that pup out
!L?O,h0"f ftDd keep him out or HI
for the dog  catcherl"
A Horse with a
Siraioed SSiOHider
Is sound as a dollar iji 24 hours
after you rub'the sore spot with
Fellows' 'Leeming's.Essence.'".-;
It gives instant relief in all
cases of Strains, Bruises nnd
Spellings —* draws the pain
right out — strengthens the
• weak back, shoulder or knee.
V.'hether you have one horse
or twenty, accidents are liable
to happen anytime. 'Keep a
bottle of
''-   Essence
hnndy so you can have it when
Soc. a bottle.    At dealers.
to feet and  fiugers.   There's
1 a.silky softness |o
"Dominion Brand"
thatmcaiis  foot, comfort—as
well as wear, and warmth.
. Insist 011 seeing
V'"Domiaioii Branl'
Hose-aKd look for
" Tlie Tag That
Tells" ou &ey
,.' ' Tlii   •"
"Tir that Telli'
W.    N.
IJ.    NO.   KI5 the iMAirim, MovrE. liiUTisir Columbia.  LISTEN !  Are you listless,  .    lag ed and  without  energy  ttA.n vou headache, backpaius  v*r,,.TK, in ihu chest"? Jrlaveyou  tl -'all'r��n��" f6ftlin�� '   Do ^  have n:s ol acute j>a:xi .or wind .  nftar ood 1 ,   ,  ,  If no rfliii-sinber that health de-  rw.i'ilK on .'hrae :ma,.n organs���.  I> v.*r stomach ana 'mt.stines,  feuil Bile-"'* "ftulAte 'all thiee. ,f  T 'Biieanh are purely herbal *nd  ���Nature'* remedies .are noways���  ESt Don't, dally h Write'for  fe-ioip!* wxto' B leSJls- Tcronto,"  i(H"ii'tiii�� lc stamp for-return  Rjistngo'. or buy a box from, your  |d:' i��gl��Jt-  '_  -   i       .  H. SftviUti, rtf.Oak^o'o*.!, Ont.'  (*i:v,headache,, 4!i'bilily, di)  illA-dlrtm. *'��h bibfiiiM-wiD 1 tried  ,���,����� j,M-iicin��-��, but<l novjr ��n��t.  VMih iinyilimijj to' ��iu*1 '��"<"���������  i liivoiii^d ine.   ��� ,      '  Of,all dragglstfj.at SOc^ per box.  Mi  ws  \e lam  ICoId'Habft  The old cold goes ;a a new one  quickly comes! \ It's the stopr^  of a weak throat, weak lunes,  t tendency to* consumption.*,  Ayer's Cherry.: Pectoral',  breaks'-up-the taking-cold  habit. It strengthens, soothes'i  heals. Askyourdoctorabputit..  " 1 had a MTTniliTcold, ��o* nothing rellerod  ma. 1 ��rt*4 Ayor*s Cherry r��etor��l *u& .It  promptly broke up mjr colli, stopped- tar  cough. ��n�� e&sisl ���Y*ry p��rt or mrbodr-ln-  dld Tiomtarfnl -work Xor at.*- Kt J, F. LCTS,  Toledo, OWo.' 'j.,,.-,  WASHINGTON'S DEATH,  ���j-Thcre* Wm Moi v��*rr MocJi of a ����r>.  j tirry"    About    it.  j     Clement ' IC.    Shorter     an    r.iisli^li i  ^writer of more or le**- d .sitae tlrm, surprised eveiyhndy receuiiy i,,, 'pnulu  j in a  London new-paper an artlc),- \u  I which  be  asserted   then-  war.  ,i  mv,  i  ( tery siirioumllng tho death of ileuc'i.ii  George Washington about whMi .-un-r- '  leans hesitated to talk-.   If then- be ,i '  mystery we nhould lil.c to know what  It Is.' , I  George Waih!ngton<��iusH cold .when '  riding oyer' his   j-t.intntlon   at   Mount'  Vernon on tbe afternoon of  Dee. It-,'  1799,   Forty-eight bonis later he died.' I  He  was   attended   by   three,  of  the '  best, physicians   of  that  part  of  the'  country.     He  wus  bled  no  less  than  three  times to  relieve  a  sore  throat,  and-he was'dpsijd with calomel enough  to deprive a healthy man of his life. J  I But what is the mystery?           j     Enlightened    physicians , froTfuently  j assort thnt  General, Washington was  killed���tlmt he-was bled to death and  ��� poisoned with  calomel,    Tobias  L*;ir,  bis secretary, says tlmt after the dot-  'torihad bled him'to the evtent of half  ��   pint   Wiishlugton   Interrupted , with  the   remark: ''"i'be   gush' is   not   big  enough,     Make*'It1 wider.."     And'the  highly  trained  professional   idiot proceeded  to  do so.    ���''Iices youi   throat  ifeel   any   betterV"   asked ,1 lie .learned  leech,    'fit's    very    '������ore",   murmured  Washington.  'When the second pliynl-  c!��n arrived'Mrs .Washington tried in'  stay.bis murderous bund by protesting  flirt t "the general was tpo old a man  to'stand much'bleeding."    "Yes, 3'0s,"  'said lhe mighty doctor No. >2.    "I'll b��e  cautious In blood b-tting."  And then" lie' proceeded straight to  rob his country's,father 0 u full pint  of life's'most precious fluid. When the  ,third physician, had come be" rolled'hi a  eyes solemnly and said, "I will bleed  him.*;' ' "We both tried that," said the  other " doctors.' "Yes, ' I know," ari-  'n'onnced the consulting sage,, - "but  If blood letting does not relieve'htm I  must 'increase the' dose ,of--calomel."  After the third bleeding���in which we  a'rornot surprised to learn'that Washington's arm yielded lbs life fluid more,  slowly ,tbati".lt -had* before���tbe sore  throat continued In *lpJ1o of'the, last  'consulting ���"doctor,'', and when' his  wearied body" failed to respond to a  .heroic overdose of calomel the two'con-'  suiting' physicians retired and ���'left  ^Washington, to die. Is there any tuys-'  tery-lij his death?���Utlca Observer."  ��TW��W  K-^eps your body  warm,   yet    lets  your skin Dreatne  ���knit, not  woven,  -  >��  ��� it  fits,   / \Cuarsntred  ���oes?EN- /      \ Against  ANGLE/     .    \j5hrtaLige  f Underwear./  -        ,     /J    TicJr .Y��"f ,  /Trade-marked in red. Ina  .  fvarietyof styles, fabrics and ���  ^prices,   for women,' men and  ^hildr��n, a n d      guaranteed.  i)f. Paul Whitehead Ji'is b.-eti r<.-  ilvl.'i! -"(-ciiiai;- ui ihe Vii^jiii-i Me-  '.:i"bst epnlr-ieiK-e tlfty-oii'- 'hih>  -ili.l ;- pejh.ip-. the olib'rt i-ib ii.i-  ii .'1 sciib.-  .a the vrjjbi  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtberia  Tbo Kpi:,ropal rtiofc an eoiiveniion  til X<"\\ Voik t-holvcd ;i r�� solution to  l.ikv ui> aggitssive n.i -i'ai.u.. \>on.  rui.ong the  Jews.  Ka&A br 3. O. Ayer Oth. I��w��n, Xua.  XIm auaufoetiinra of,,        ,,  ���   '   '    9      SABSAPAXIUU. ~  f/3��B��C  FILLS- -    J  F,*&/jO  HjUK(yKUffl:,, .;-, y  teeptha bowel* rogular with Ayer'^  F>|��3,  ]uKt,-onoip1llCj-ca��h in'-S^t  The Farthest North.",' m "   -  i the Manliest Nortli,< Pchn^' tliey  g    si:y, , s * f    6        ���.'  |aid the temperature made him  feel  t-iy , X  Ha declared then and Uiere  'Jhat the chill northern'air ,  '.i-=  warmer    than    Boston's    Back  B.iv! " '  fUnJer the Nerve Lnsh.���TKc torture an<l  i.T:nont of- the victim of nervous pros-  iru-:on and mervou? debility no one can  lightly cstimatti who has not' been under  ilu ruthless lash of tlic.se relentless hu  flan roc��. It." Williams, of Fordwjoh. On'..  Ain for four years a ncrvoaa ��recb. Six  bottlei or South American Nervine woi'h  Id :i mirucle, and hij doctor confirmed  ft -28.  I \ f.'iie?.t who,had just reciaitoiod at  fii" .Shirley hotel.* sa>s .The Denvei  po-.t, \sas apjuoacheil by a boy'with  telegram.    Il Jiticl  .?1   cluitgos    on  "What!" said the guest, 'before  opening ii. "A dalUi cluuges! 1  Bvon't pay it. Anybody ,\vlio canliot  l)iu foi his messuge when wntiup  Sue i*. coitainly a cheap 'one, W.-iit  miuiite. I'll just let ,.vou rcpoit  ihi-. uncollected nnd the '.eiider nwi>  S>.u   the olmrgcs."  At that he lore tho envelope open  IA*-  he  read  n  Kmile settled   on    bib  ���inc. nnd,  pulliilg a dollnr fiom hjc  jw'.vol, he handed it to the hoy.  "It's, all light," ho snicl."  '  'I lion ho tlnevv the menage on the  fi'iiuler. "Rend it1" lu* snid to O. I.  '.ontiin,    thc  clerk.,      The    inessnge  Kll.li  I'lipn-,' little pnl sends him    fiftj  Ibu-ilii U  of   love   nnd   wl.il.es   lie  -nn-  i"iii" ta ki-s her I'ood-nicht. .Vellio."  .' 'dI Ohio. City of Toledo.  Lucia County.  I-1.ink J Cheney moJo-u onth th*t h��  |l-u - nl.jr pjrtnT of tho tlrm of K. J.  Jit. -l, j ��. <J0 . (|0|ng; boslnom In the city  |o.' 'loledo. C.mnty and Stats afoiesRld.  iaii'l iliai pill tlrm will pay the sum of  IlOSL, IIIJN'DUKO DOI.I.AUb for each and  _ "i> i*a��i. of Cntai-ih that cannot be  |cur.-J by the use 'of IXalTa C'.itarrn Cure  *    , FRANK J.   CHENEY.  ���5*>orn to before me anil subscribed In  jrn, pien^nce this 6th dav of Dftcembsr.  ��A   U   [$\$ a.   V<".  GLBA.SON,  (S<.ii> Notarv   Publlo  Hj.i a Catarrh Cure I.i taken Internally  tnrul tiur directly on the blood and muc-  |"'n fui faces of the system. Send for  |l'stli'.um!als free.  F J   CUEN12V   &   CO.,  Toledo,  O  �����. ,old l'V a.ll   Drufcsrlats   T.--*.  t^al.e Hairs Family Pills  for constipation  A     r,*r,i..-.   ft-nith     Miys   that     tbe  '  -'i. i    picii'em   for   the   tW'Milicth  1 ;��'\   in -..il. e   ioi   ('hiistemliini   i-  ''1  iiumed.ini^m        Theie    aie   -in-  I1 '"'in   \i vlcn.s  in   A.-1.1  and   Alue.i.  "  I,��"C'iiiliii,Kl��*'i -nft NhihiImiii. ,  Napoleoii's'father wns ndoper, a man  -utterly' 'lackhis in moral sensibiilty,'  and his Mfttei-s were'limiiodest-and liys-  .te'Wetrl, 'Aveordiiig5 to Dr. 'Cuh.'iniis^  Pniilfne was jiartieularly so.   Kupoleoii  , himself 'was exceedingly sensitive lo  atmospheric clmnges, wus lieaduchey  and luid'^udltory Illusions. He had  twltcliings or-thq arms,'the shoulders  and  the llpK-   lie wns at  time** 'the  ���most irritable of men, often belns'tm-  approachii'ld'e. rfis mania for destruction" was such Unit be whittled pieces  of funfiture, broke articles presented  to him! pinched babies'while pretending to caress them and took-keen de-  'light".1 in   shooting ^Josephine's  "rarest  ^birds." ,'flic 'slightest opposition threw  himJnto a pnroxysm of,rage.- But'-Iu  a'campaign nil-weaknesses vanished..  His pulse,ranged ordfruirlly between  thirty and thirty-five ./beats a .minute  and'never went above tSfiy-fivo. The  ,tif:iial pulse rale is about scvenfy-two  a minute. ,        ,  - ' ,  The  Eycu   of  the  Kacite.  That the engle has a most ��-oud<h-ful  power of vision Is shown from the fact  that it flies in almost a. straight line for  any object which it desire's to secure.  Baby eagles also possess thb farsightedness. Long before human eyes can  discern them their gaze is flx^i on distance, and their cries of welcome to  thetr parents are shrill and continuous.  The stiucture of their eyes mates them  peculiarly strong. The brightest glare  of sunlight does not affect them. Eagles do, not fly ns'hlgh in the air as  some other birds, but their flight Is  very''long and steady. A peculiarity  about ciiules is that they are constant  to their mules, not chiuiglug every season, ns most birds do. Sometimes the  same pair of eagles will return to the  same nest year after year. They seem  to become acquainted with the locality,  and If thoy are not disturbed are regular tenants.    Caste In  the Churches.  Theie v. as often to > great a separation l,elween the rich and the poor tn  our e-luu-che*-, said tiie Rev. Principal  Henderson, of Hrlstol, at the ISaptisl  Union's 'Conference at Huddersfiehl.  Wns lUjilstirtiible. he asked, lo leserve  a)l the. lime and eneiyy of lhe most it-  tract I ve s-ervitita nf Thrill to certain  c-jnii-i-cRhUons? Was it qulir crtaia  that \vullh should command wSiaI weie  pres-.wied to be th.j chuiey-t ministries''  Material resource", -il5��. should b.��.applied where there *n.is uK^t riei-d , fci  them Willi ieferi*n-*e to the mutiipH-  catlnn cf rlsjldl*/ separated j..>ctsi he  saSri that If anv apostolic letter were  In Hies* 0.ivs to be Ai'd'i-ssed t" the  "Churdi of God in Hudd^rsflr Id." he  /oared it would be returned a-, "insuf-  ficicully addie��=."d '"  At Ihe cuncludint; inn-Hni; Dr. Cif-  fonl. after n-f--. limf to the remarkable  i��Piec!i nf the Ili.-li.Jii of Bir-nl u-sh.im .���!  tho Clinr. h ('..ncre*"- he -*-aW, "f-iei all  destroy rh�� ei-ile -1 hit in the c,icr(li--*s  The u-inpc* cf .**iu tun"* .s .--entia lv a  temper of fn* .1 -n fi" -tin- f'f e\t* v-  thin-,- in the *-h*.|��* "f l*. in iv over th."  Intcllen  uv  i..i-   l-f"  of    ,*,'n"'  Roynlty   3Inde   V��   Dlfferencr.  Kins Haakon w hen he fi^^t joined  the rmiush navy was treated exactly  like any other boy. The chief pur-or  issued his mess gear, consisting of an  iron knife and fork, a tin -spoon, two  tin plates and a zinc mug. On his way  back to quarters the lad stumbled  while ROins? up a ladder, and all these  things went flying over the dock, w.iK  ing the cbiel guniisr from a n.ip ami  bringing down ou himself a volley of  abuse. He then acted as mess boy for  the other apprentices and had to fetch  their soup, wash the plates aud clean  up generally.���Philadelphia Record.  Ilest Tbat^Drives a Man to Work.  ' "(slowbuy sayf. ho would lathei  inn  ,i 'lawn-mowqi' than   lie    in   a ,h:im-  iin.cl:."      ���     '  "How  absurd!"  "Mo, he --.ji)*-, liii-i wife can't put the  I.;.by in hi- "lap -when he is running  lb.*'lawn mower."���Philadelphia Hu-  o.nii'-i. ' ,   ., ,  �� r- ���     I  Peculiar, Accident to an Engineer,  'llclvsnid <?penerti. chief Engineer of  (In- P.S "Glide." of Montreal, vi.is  ..oiking nrmiiid hii* onginci when a  ii'.t holt tk*w out nod buriayl bis nrrn'  ti-ivibly. i't imi-1 as ,it a'ied-lu>t Mpit  aid been thrusl Intu it ' A sujiply of  '/.inn-link pijlui wa*i speedily 0111111110'!  ind Jiist'nid londered. The fumnuH  li-ibiil'bf.bn alleviated the pcun. mid  in Ujf siiriiri*.e <>f .Sjieiicer and ftll hit  .tieu'dn, nt the end of a, \yt-*ek 1 the  Hound waft ciiuhplotely boalod./riiis in  <>ii!v ope of peveral .*ase^ icpoVtcd ifi-  icn'ilv in which Zam-fluk liav been  prnvvil a woinJei foi, healer of burns,  (���i��s, l-itiihe-., and abrasions, ll is  v.ni.'illy effective ;or ulcers'( soich, pois-  i.nim/.' no mattei; how long these have  'i<-i.-nhied. J' Mrs \V. IL Taylor,' ol  S."oi!li  Lay,  Ont.,-nays.    "I   'had 'a  >*-'c'/|ly fepot 'about as-big, as a .ten-cent  fioce on my ,face.    I had it fot  four  .sears, and hnrdly a'night dm ing that  f.iiw Ment by but what I applied cold  '������'���an) or some ointment 01 other, but  ���*t'.vouId''ftlwiiv*> be theie. 'and'the  ",aimci the weather the worse it got.  I lecently applied Zam-Buk, and in  ,b jut a,vveek'A time the ipoj, had di-.-  '"ipeaiWi "completely." .'    -  'lm��. ot tho woild's gieatcst ariary-  .(-, shv.s the'.bealins power of Zani-  liuk   is   due, 'to   the  raie- herbal   es-  , encos 6F which it is enti'ioly compos-  ''.���i|n    Foi   rheumatism,.and" sciatica it  ���1   al-o  a* speedy .euro.    Its  beftliriK  'tu'liience'ori the skin i-., unequalled,  ami it K so pure that the delicate  sVin of babiis benefits from iti appli-  (Ition. It cmcs rashes and-eiuptiont!,  *M \s-eiras'nipre serious ailments, etc.  LTdeed, ns'J"a household ' 'balm it i=  wrtrking'wondeiful cures all over the  Dominion. Druggists and^stoios sell  !t at fiftv cents a box A sanipli! will;  l*e sent'bv'the Zam-Buk Co, T01 onto, to all "our "leaders who mail .this  article with a one cent stamp tp pay'  return postage. Write the-name and  date-of this papei across the 'aitieie  before mailing. < 's      *  A l'lcusnul ' M.-djcine. ��� Thee ine  -.oiuc pill, ���which  have uo otbui' pui-  if) c euii. ntly than t;" boirot painful  iiiti'iiml distinbanc-.", in thc patient,  . ilding  to  1o  his   tioublct  and    per-  ili'M'ties rather than diiliiiiishu.p;  'hem. One might as well swallow  'oiric''coirohivc inatenal. I'aimelee'a  Vegetable JPillh have not (his dis-  '-I-71 eoable    and      injujtioii-s   piopeity  ;iicy aie easv to take!, aie not -mini en-wit to the,tarte, and tlu-ir action j- niih'l ami'ooolh'iigi , \ tnal of  I In in will prove lln*- They (.ff"i  peace I" t]io <lyhpcptio.iN n  Rev, Tlemy, A. Butlinel. .i Melbo  dist iiiimstei who' has br-eu elected  governor of Colorado, '���.ay.- he acccpt-  ,<-il -the nomination witli th**'under*  standing Hint he would continue to  >erve as presideiit at tho Univei-ilj  of Denvo'-.    ' .  Polluted    Sorinc-  JV-Ire    " "  Her Heart Like!- ��,-.....;- -���-���-;-���  Jft-i. Jauu-f. tfrialev. P'-Ire iHlaiu!. Ont  qayn; VI ,v,ns for fl\e jears atllieteH ��ith  dvHiM*psln,Jeoni<tipatioji. heart dc����use and  ni-rvniis prontraliou. I ranji tlie lu'ait  trouble ��ii,h Or. Agtiew's Tuie fur ihe  lli.nrl, nnd, the other allmciiiit van-Mied  lll'e Jiilii, Ha'l relief hi 'udf. nu tiirin  ntli-i    tin*   1P"-1   *l��se "-2T,  ,-.',In Jfilil. iinly twelve year? r<flci its  set.lenient, and one y**ai holme the  1'il'fi-ims Ip-riilod at, Plyuiyiitli, the  legislative libdy of Virginia eiuietod  a SalibaUn obiorvntiri* lni-*,.* a  \Vby go lmipiup. nnd.wliinirte' about  your 'com-, when a cf). coulL bol'le 01  Hrillowfty'd Cmn'* Cure *,\iil ioii.ovi*  ���horn:- (live,'it a tfial ancl vo.i Mill  dot' "ie��ret it. ',  Revenge. |  "I'd liki ll-it Willi, pi.*.->���," -.nd 1  tin; nl'l.Tll buy, aitel tlie d-ii'i 1 b..d j  ixti.iit.d   Ilu-     id.ill   t<ui)ii-ii1  't>]'amJy, nn   I'tllf  i.'.an,   b,ji *.ih\  d"   ;>ou   i*. in*   11 '���*"'qur .u-ri   ihc  den-'  li-t, hniifLiif it o.ei.  "Well,  -11,"  lc-poiiflr-cl the j.*"' -it 1 Aeil  !>(,*., "I'm {.'uinj' t'> l.'kt- it hum.*, nml 1  I'm   t'oiii}.'   Ui   '.tufl   it   lull   ol   Mij-'.ir  Tlit-i.  I'm  yciing  to ]>ut  n  on  -"���  id.it.'I  ami  <\wth  .i   liiiimpbant  ^1111.   v.yichl  11   ache "-��� l'ick-Me-U]j 1  Helplen     as   a   Baby.���ftoulh    -Amnion  Itlielljn'ttle   Curi^ mrihi f.   the   rout   of   the  ailmenl   and    I'il-ikM    11   tuuek.     K,   V."  j  Wr:��*u. 10   baniel atreet.  Brockvillr, Out .  for   iHche   yearn a  treai    niiltorej*   fiom  ilU'Uiii.illlin,   ooiildn l   n.-ihh   hunHcll.  feed  hiiu--<-ii,   i-r   ilrcii   hlni-clf.     After    tumi' ,  hix   bottle-   wjj,  able  to  tro  to  nolle,   unci  hu,yt,      "I   Ihmk   pa,n   hs.s   left   rue   for   1  i VM . ' - 26 1  , * * **��� ���������" * A  Ooveinoi Cobb o( Maine, ha'/! been I  asked to lemed*. ondilions i.i tb'- |  Holy fiho-t coif.ny at Slnloh, uliich |  tbo ' founts attornei ,ray*>. )- a mi-it- (  itcii   lu  the   stale  'Ti.i a Mi.ivcioiv' thins ��� Whci' the'  cuvi*f. effected bi ,J)j Tl.oma��' F.i;li-c-  uic Oil ;.i-c con-,i.(eif-d, the f-pce(i> and i  poirnatioiit isliof it ha- hi ought 10 tne I  -lUITing iihoiev^i it Iti- b(;f-n Urcd, j  it iiiiti-i ���>���"��� legarclivl a.- a inai velluiif* I  tbinpthnt -n potent a modicuif -hould I  lesult tnun ilu* si"<, simple inpiorli{.'nt- |*  winch entm into it*- ccmpi^ition. A ,  tiial ��ill convince the mo-' t-kep-ic-a)  ot it- b^alin? virtues. '  Direct From the Gardens  The Purest and Gleanest Green Tea on  Earth. Delicious and Economical in usa  Lead     Packets  CEYt-ON   OREEN "TEfA  Only     <iQc,     60c,     a nd    60c    p��r   Ib.      At     *!l     Er��c��rt.  /  MispensaMe in Winter.  Th*fe'�� ��. uood in er*ry hoiave foe  iRArs Syrup of Red Spruge  A fewdo��e��, at the flmt Kg�� v( a cold, -will ��31��y ��I1 throet  lrrltnlion���taka *w��y  hocrmeno**���chrck the InfUmmfctioti���  ���slrtngthcn tbe lting��--Tr*��r<l off the cough.  All the he*ling, ��oolb.ing. enratire proptrtie* of Caoadina Spruce  Gmn���combined with **,rooa��tic��.    Pleasant to Uke.    35 ct��. bottle  n-trrl .'-.In-^   Dm;*, |  Ximoi- i-i' e >o��!i* iio-j- nut {or n run ���  rthc. ily aft'i- In-  li.is b.-ul a  1vic.1l.    If  Ihc i-fcivi-'i" i'-< at nil l;.i-��l 11 e fond -will |  iviiiilili h-l'Ilgv-te-! I'i>l' Iclirs     I! i�� be<.| |  nut in al!(��w a ilo;r 'n piny even <tii*e.,-t 1 >  Hftcr l*i> b.i" -.wnllnwi-l Iii*. dinner    In ,  a  !'.<(!(��� H,p 0 he'. .111 i!t> >*o. but ilrt tn/t '  oiM-i/iuaKi* hhh t" I'Miip .ibuiit,   *" !  Symathyor Gratitude?  ��� Peihick "Ibawreiico,'hiisbnhd'of "one  of the "suffragette&" imprisoned , in,  Loiidon, 'has promised to subscrib*:  CIO a "day "lo :thc. \\0nia1Vs suffrage  ninri for every day his wife remai'iis  in jnik Whether MY. -Lawrence 'is 'actuated bv svmpathy or gratitude,1 de-..  ;ionent 'snitb ,not.���New yoikt Tribune. ', j o  Gf'.it  Things  Fiom  Little    Causes  ;ron-.~Tl takes very little to 'deruiiKO  he stomach. ' The cause may be  flight,  a  cold,  something    eaten    or  Irunk; anxiety, wony. or .some other  simple cause.    But if    precaution  be  lot taken, this simple cause'may, havo  'nost serious consequences.    Many   a  ���hronionlly debilitated constitution to-  lav   owes" its  destruction    to  simple  'au^e-, not dealt with in nine.    Keep  he  digestive appaiatus in a healthy  ���omlition and all will bo well. 1'arme-  , ee's Vegetable Pills are better than  'my othei  for the purpose.  ,!  Tb*   Bluhop  Apologized,  Dr. Temple was wont to rule the diocese of Exeter with an iron hand, and  a tale Is told of a deanery meeting at       _   _.  which he  presided, when the  subject ��� cooked, thus savin  for   discussion  was  "The Hindrances '  " *-..-���-  to the Spiritual Life of the Diocese."  After the discussion had proceeded for  tome time a vicar electrified his audience by declaring that the greatest hindrance to the fulb spiritual life was  none other than tbe bishop himself. "I  repeat It," said the speaker calmly,  "our right reverend father in God i3  very far from being a father to any  of "us. Your manner toward us." he  continued, turning to tho bishop, "is  harsh in the extreme, while your method of rule is this: You treat us all.'old  and yoiius. as if we were a set of  schoolboys." Thffe bold statement drew  from the bishop au apology, and he  explained that beneath his bruscpie-  ness of manner was a very genuine  sympathy with the work of all the  clergy. This Impeachment created the  more"sensation In the meeting because  it came from a son of Dr. Temple's  predecessor, the famous Henry of Exeter.���Westminster Gazette.  , -��     Til   Cl>**<*��-   Him.  -���* Tho wife of his bosuni was going to  leave' him   for a   fortnight,  and   Kitz-'  /i'omk'ln.s wf��s'trying his very best to  look sad.    * , ' *    '    l  , "My ;dear," 'he s.'iid, choking hack'' a  chuckle with bis handkerchief and wiping, hl*> eyes, r"I hardly like* to think  how  1* shall miss'you.    The "evenings  '���will bo so Ions and lonely without you.  'i shall have no one to talk to.'"  "G-wgiV said Mrs. Kitz, surveying  him with a marble1, eye,' ''1 have pro-'  vlded for your comfort In this,as In  avoiy other'way. When you return  home .to" will find dear mother there.  Sho will regain till'I come back and  ko-ep youl company 'in the eveiilngs,  George."     ���  *?c  And as the train <slovyly glided put of  tho station  the guard  wondered why  Fnz-Tomkins jnearjy bit him when he^  Insinuated a;tip':��� London Telegraph.  London's New Mayor.  Sir,,William Pur'.ie Tivloar, the new  Lord Mayor ol T>itul<:>n. is a man of  many part* and is most ^popular with  tlie menibfcrs of the Ci y Corporation,  On elation day v\,hrn hi= napie was  proposed it 'was rec*ive<i wtth^tremen-  do-us applause. To ^illt otlieif names the  icrowd shouted 'next,', mearilbp that  they Were to b-** s(>t as-.de. until next  year. The ,IjOi'i] Mayor Is"a Cornish-  msn, 6H j-oars'of a=e. "fie has been a  meniber'of fthe COipc-ra-:on,-()f Ith'e City  of London singe IS-sO and an alderman  since ISll'. '.PtonS iSli '. j'lOOO he was  one of tiie iht-ib-r- 'if lb*- cliy aiul has  been a Jiirfll :<- of tvie Pejce in Kent,  Su-rrcyyuul I,.,)ii:li*n II- It deeply In-  '. rested It) Ktivp' .in inillo -,'beins. a  direo'ii' 'nd '.J '-Ur-e -jf ". C -ok & yuns,  Llini''*it   ffi'i  Is, tif.-il's   an  auth'.r of  ' soifi.-  ni.-"   One   Ivl(i*l.��-a   to   u. Bloclc.  A co-operative kitchen iu the middle  ot every block to.serve all Hie residents  of that block Is the latest solution offered for the eternal .problem tha'  faces every housekeeper. The pi  seems feasible in \ iew Of the fact tl  the new Art club studios have a kitchen ia common for the use of a small  army of students who occupy bachelor  apartments it li.is been suggested by  economists that a large kitchen be e-y  tablished in erc-y block and. that tbe  place be under mc diie*-tion ot a chef,  with sevci.il assMants, ' The housewife could take  ber' food there to be    w  the price of  fuel  and keeping' the house Tiee from tbe  odor of 'cookery and besides in many  cases dispensing ��.\itb tbe cost of riys-  pep tablets and pep-In-^-New Votk  Cor. i   .u>hurg Luspati!��.  n<><~, mm iiii^ii.  Miss B u-Ubay- What '1 like * about  rionry ,Taui(����. is tho el'ii-lty ��f h'*s style,  his reserve for��-e,��inl his ahsoluto mastery in ihe f1"'d of'epigram and ap-,  lithcsl-s.' Mr. (MbiAla���Y-yes, but when  It c-niues f�� the fast ball,- you know, I  ��� think WaKh  has put him skinned to  .deatth: ���''    -  ''   tCnr-n   Hie  >rrit��nrc.      ' ^  1  "When you get your groceries today," f  gaiil tjie butcher to his wile, ���'don t so i  to that little 'firneer nevt door to my I  shop."  "Why not?" ��he demanded'  "Because,, he sent I si  yesiprday  and  borrowed an old pair nf -.ealp.s."  Mlinaird's   Liniment  Cure*;   Colds',   etc.  ' 5o   Sln��"pnr��*ii   In   China. ,  Everybody in fhhia works liai-d, even  those Who have rAu-hed the highest  positions, It is related of<a iiiember of  the Chinese cabinet tlmt be left home  every, morning at li o'clock, a- he was  on duty at ihe palace from :: to 0 As a  member'Of. the privy .-ciinici] he was  engaged riom fi ro'P. From 9 until "3L  he was at '1he war department, of  M'blcli he was president* As the mem-  *ber of tlie board of punishment he >vas  in attendance froii.i1" 12 till 0, and a^a  minister of the foreign oflice ho spent  every day fronrS till 5 oi''0 there. In  addition be .frequently .served! on special boards of commissions.  'The   .English    of    Knclmid.      ~ '  , The London Daily ,,Chronicle gives  these eccentric prjiiunein(ioiis of a few  of the curious place names that dot the  map ,of-'England; Rlmdbaxtou Is Rib-  son, Woodniiiiiootc is TJddeumuckat,  Sawbridgeworth is Sapser, yChurch-  dowu is Chosen. Pnndiacre is Senjiker.  Little Urswlck is Lilosik, Aspatria 'Is  Spetbry, St, Osith is Toosy. Chadden-  wyche Is Charnage. Ilappisburgh is  Ilazeboro. Salt Fleetby is'Sollaby, Alm-  oudesbury is Arlio-iuiry, Conugresbiu-y  is Coomshurv.  Oat  of   Oflice  nml   tn.  A well known' radical member coined  (his happy phrase: "It is a pity that  the government has not as much courage in office as it had conscience in  opposition."���London Truth.  A Veterans, Story���Uc-orgo Li��w. oi  -'imnokin. Pn . wiites, 'I am eislitj  ,i-,u- ot agv. I haie boon trouoletl \wili  eiairh for titty years, and Iu my time  n.iio n��eil a preat many catarrh run*.  ij.it never had any lebef until I u-od  in- Au'iicw'-. Patarrhul Tow dor. One bov.  ,  iiwl   me   comnlcteij "    50  ceatc    i6  r,ooic out For mar.  A lama living at La-sa has issued a  aeries of predictions for 10O7 ' Hie  king of tho year," he says, "is Saturn,  under whose mnllgu iullueiice memo  rlous people will sutler ami thieves  will prosper. Great disorder will pre  vaiL The rich will satisfy their hunger lit the expense of the poor, aad tha  ��ar���� will -AuaJce tbriM.i  .  The Rani's Hoin says that "theie  i- no cheap way ot saving soul-,,"  .nd 'it it, slow work fattening -mils  ii 1  sulo-  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  Tho choir ot n lai<ro metropulnnn  .  mi oh   had   sung   a   To   Deum   oi   a  ���iy oinate descnption, tho end of  *, inch \\-t- not only complicated, but  cquued the exeitions nf the full  1* ng powci oT tbo clioii.t"is While'  ino echoes of the la^t notes wore still  \imtly sounding, the minister aror-e  "id   in n   clear   but   semi-iepronchful  .no besnn to read the twentieth  c bapler ol   the  Acts of the  Apostles,  i which the iiist words are: "And  ,.toi the upioni was ceased "���.fhe  Mui'ioinii.  Minard's    Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows.  State Should Make People Sick.  Gieeeo is threatened with an odd  jlnkc. At a public meeting the physicians and druggists of Athena declined that their proio-sion-, would  soon be ieduced to staivatiou Man}  pliysioiaiw ol the city aie actually m  -.Units because of the ovei-ineiea ing  clinics u hoio patient- leceive lice  tieatment 'lhe di-ciplcs ol lNctila-  piu-, intend, theiefoic, to htnko un-  lei-s the goveiiiment pie\<*nts lhe  fm tht,'i' establishment ot climes and  poimits them to iiiciea-e tlitii fec^  fiom two diaclimas to thiee di.ich-  ina- (.i diaolim.i l^ about 1!) cents )  Although the motion to this effect  ...n*-. coi'-.bnttot! by *-i vcial pli\>u-ian-.  -i*- unuoitli\ of tbe medical piofcs-  -ion, it Mil*, linalh eniiicil bj <i great  iiiajoiits. aiul the stiike will puib-  ably i'0 inlo effect -non Xew Yoik  rnbiine  .     mw���mmm*m~mm   i Mil ...  Your Doctor  - / '  Can cure your Cough or Cold,  no' question"* about that, but���  why go to all the trouble and  inconvenience 6f looking him up,  and then of having hisprescription  filled, when you can step into any  drug store in Canada and obtain  a bottle of SHILOH'S CURE  for a quarter.  .Why pay two to live dollars  when a twenty-five cent  bottle of SHILOH will cure you  as quickly 1 ,  Why not do as hundreds of  thousands of Canadians have  done for the- past thirty-four  years: let SKILOH be your doctor whenever a Cough or Cold  appears.  i SHILOH will cure you, and all  druggists back up this statement  with a positive guarantee.  The next    time  you have   a  .   Cough or Cold cure it with  -THE BATJLE'bF THE  AGE."  Rev   J.  L,  Gordon   Road*   Five   Proph��-  ,    ole�� In  Sign*, of tHa Tur.es.   .  Tn  \tai^��v Ha'b 'I* .'..nio   on x recent  ,S-J"Jy*.  ll��*v  j   1,  <;..>.!.-..i bf V.'in.i.pen,  '.�����l<lii�� ��..-< hi* -ulij cl "The llaa'e of  th.�� Age ' rii-Mve- cil .ui c<o<{i!e.'U���nddr��",K  ,m (he {>r*i��{vss of the temperance  nri'ivem'eni ami i Jve iliuh.i.n. for a iflor'n-m'-  fatiira., That til.* irlumiih i,l truth *nil  '.���tub' was, assti;i> 1, \ -cm river Uie i.a.*^  i-v,t, (hoiisir.il yen i'i vwuhl ounvhiee She  'nifi-'t ak^pilcft' U w,.�� 1,4'JO year% slni,."  Rfinie  had  fa. 'tin     Ituiii.ui -Jlav(try had  '(1t.*iappe.-irif(3, in n)s , t/ie .lefrr-jdat! in j  Of �� ("i)\nlwi)(l I'i *. l"ivi - f���lheir f��ict*>, j  tha speaker enieita'n^d a profound run- 1  'vlrtlon that, ander^the jr?ilil.inc�� "f the ^  'lliiiy. l?'b!e,'-'the bixi.e, fur truth ��.��'1 |  rlffht. Ti ovfuj s:" "'ii l" k ���jl'irioua viol --ry  TT�� T\-ouiil pliilb't ri\i* jjreat m*lTle1r��-  'n?nts"?r��r _Vn> fuiu-e. , JUy.couM tffKil  .he slirns oi ,t!\e lira'*? that Er*at and  marvelling, thiols   ivlni'd   happen. i  There wmilil b�� a -Ln'\ersnl la-iisiiag'  ���that 'of  fstiaiv'-.'pc-.'ii-e   and 'tin   Holy  n!ibi�� ��� ' *, ,  Thi? re'iioval uf tarlfT v^alls and unl-  vvrai.1 peace w ui'd ceme'iit the tedera-  ;ion of lhe 'world.  , II* believed thi time ni soon com-'  nsr when wnuifl <x."t the ifl-'eitt poilttoal  -"lua'Jtv nt men ami woman. *   ,  Tnere w.m'.d be a'n ^iiiia'l (llstrttiiitlon  >f   the   WreaUh  .if  lhe   world  accurdlnK  --. ability aid skill , t  *  The cardinal  jt ��� .U'c**  n wnuhl b�� the  __calricilini pf  the   IW|tinr   ira-fllo,   no   ��-��  i. KiiATAntee untve"-5iil  ��nbrlt*tv.  ���i     Tho   spealier   touelied   on    th*   grro��-t  j*..,-ji blluifj   of   the   Dcrilnlnn   oil   Cua-  LdJ. fi.r'the develij"iitnt of a maenlrt-  ��� -nt'm,i.nlio d.      Tce-wcrld   would   y^t  <ee  lhe grealest  men  Iq, mental  niouhl  nd.    ni-.ra-    nr ff'.it    *i��"inir    f.-oni    thli  s-'id.   vhieh   w-f!.,'.d   be ,the   stajnpln*?  T-'.unil1'/')" the riL'h.esi ideals tn the In-  .-*!���*?:> of humanity '  "If we cip ta\e th^-KOO cltle* cf thin  ���"-.i'ltrj*."- he i-f.nMmi��*d. "we can nave  ���i.�� C'c>uc.rry,y' Th" ^al-'ont In ifia cities  < ''th.s'land,-jilacf-il M.*!��j by ^Ide, w-ouM,  o.ich-i fr-"*u N'ew- Yoi k , to , the'Golden  :at��. And zvery saln.in is the banquet-  iiv' hall of death, the lighted corridor*  '������adiriff  dnu n  to'ri.in. ��� '  _"I'C'iii" from a c!'..v that J�� crowlnfr  ������.carer i,i lie ' day when tha , rum traffic  Nlli not ru'e. , T^^t-* Is a bright anil  ��� r.lll.'oit hope nut yonder, and the  i*mp'*ianot-i penp'e are iloinir a nobis  >\ >ik This K a ,��i t'*!r>i:�� cdnflict, ��ml  .is are battling tor 'the life ot the  'Kinis*. On .,in- side we have Hod, thn  ihiirch. conscience an.l the Btbie, and  Iiei �� '.��� no <ithe: -l-!e We aiv inaklng-  '.iroadi Into tht> cani|. of t,,e enemy.  "The sa'ncrikeei er lias m Te respe'-t  tortih-�� tempera nee man no"' than "ns  ever h.ul bi-Ciire. Hut we must n .t  stop At thu, n';hi>ugn ive s-��e the <>1-  d**n("�� that the' flg.ii is jrnlns; onr wkv  There Is more idvei llslnxr dona by the  iiquor interest" selling ihiir varus In  the last five j m- �� than evr befoio,  whic'i Is a sure evldeiue that the work  o; ihe ii'mporan-3 loAjrua and ihe W. i'  T. V a.iid i,ili*r tenipj.r.ince org-a.iilx-1-  tlons is it'lins' hijj. ri -1 ih* torcen of  the  wicked"  , L A   1'iiroe  It��-f"irniep.  The iip<*>p!i- of 'lie l"ai..c ishimls clln^'  to their old ciiii.'.'ii*. ai>d *-(���" l.ttft' ixoml  in'change,  -..ij ������   thi*  au'lim   of - lb-*  l-'aui'-s and hcl-iini" but tn>\\  anil lhcyr  one of them bei omo-. a mii-ei \nii\e m-  former.     Such    was   an   old    njuu   (if  Siromo w ho, in in- youth, had lt-ani.-.!'  tabliietinaliiiig  Jn   ('<>ti>*iih.iji��-u, ,,tht-n  hui.1 been a liljiik-iDith ,iii Ni"tt(S..|iih  Wales ami la lei' a in.u'Mie hi ihe Uaii- ''  ish navy dut-.ug ��he SIosSi iek-lfoht-cin ,��  war.., tLavlriK thu. tuivelc'd f.ir beyo.nl  ^the vs'iblest ill cams ol" his countryuieu.  he rqi'iirnei'l while s(,il',a I'ump.iratlvely   ,  j oiii),! man io Stiouio and luxe-led his  savings,   in    a    hoilie.      (VjiisonaUv^'^  thoiish  he riippeaicil X<i (nulauders.  to  tho  isl.itu1e))>   he   w-ts   a   ncUless   In-  novii\or.' ' He   innfed   hi*?   1)*jh-!C   Willi  i��h\te'instead  of   wiih,, the .ii.uhliona!  turf, but Ci'iiM tind li'ine Lu f jllo*.v  hi-  example.    They  shook  I heir  heads   in"  doubt.     Tie annuel i.ltuly   wilh   ibeiii  Against   the   habit   of   throwin-   fish  cleanings  uno  the  biook and yottiicj  ,driiiking water lower down.    Tbe unit  advice, tliey "would .icn-i't from  bun -  and iha'l .aVler lmig boMtatiou���)\Jas, ro  boil their li-h oibont.Iuor's nisicad of iii  the dl ring mom   ��� I'.tir  when .ibN ter-  ribU  innovator   heart  from   a' vlniror  th.it womcHi lode bi.-.\cles iu  Kli^laud  lie was so a-toiushed that he asserted  confidently Mi.il   Hie   v.nttd   ,.*onld   not  bi-l itin< h lomrci*.  ' , Ir  - WllOJII    If,    CoiiNult.  Be -sure yon are rlirht.   Then consult  your w"ife.   Then ��o ahead.--St/l.ouU  \ Uepub'iic.   '  "4\  CURED HIS WIFE  ,,    of LA GRIPPE  * ( -< i  QucbecVian tells how the Great Con '  ���sumptive Preventative Was  an all-round Benefit   '  Object* to Pessimism.  Over In England lhe shai ehubTars fn  Canadian ente--rri*-e'�� believe that theie  ai-e, tho Krowinjr times, ami when Sir  t'hailes ltivers Wt^on. ihe presldem  .'f the r.j.ind Tiunk. ut the annual  in^-sltng: of the sha<ehoId<trs, spoke rather dolefully upo.t some jiolnta, took  ai he .ifl-1!! docf a i ery pesslnlitio view  of lhe s-iiua'lnn, he it.s-p'.easod 5ils hear-  en. Um of ihe^e, Jli. I'hailes E. llui-  rlsou wtliea t ivTIte London Financial  Xews lhal "we inlsJit aimost hiive been  atrendltiKT the obseiiules of a railway  company; instead ot a paean of til-  ump:.. It was a i��,jitl\ii dinr�� oi de-  *;.air. tie coaies hack Imbued with  wliat? With lhe panel > of labor! Could  pi-Hiimlsrn furthei K'i"' (if course, th*  oonnlry wants Iib>r. this Is resu'itarit  oil Ui I'rospe Hy And what about thi  thiiiuauds that a:e .iteia.ly pouring- Into the oouriirj V The p'-ei'denl spoak?  of :b�� moral obl'KSllOiii of the Ca.ua  dlan Hovsrruneiu. I hope the illreetors  j w.il n-t f'.rget tho nxual iibllKatlotii  thev are under to Cieir shnicho..ie'*i  He te'i*. t-.i of tne g-cnei ,i !\ -lmprji eil  |..,sl.:.m nt a(T,il-��; hut ti lo Carta di  v, e ha\ ii to thank. ' ..- this I'triiils U  on tlie ilo h1-:k\* o" p'-.i--!>er.fv a'-.J we  n-e slniidy ^o'nif n.tn lhe '!.1e T'"e  p.-fitlilei.l '.i.ks 'iiicnliv'.oiis'.y ��f posslbl *  Ikh.i ii'iis bvit no? i v��n ifiac.il Tr.nik  d.reclo��-< can mil ba-h. tho oloolc ii.  Cj.:ij.3a Had he m>:. st the fin's!-. ��f  tils "Peeoh. tail.nd of an Incrin^nil iU\l-  lU-nd lo ihe tn r*l p*-eferene�� ho-Me-��.  soma hArt thinj:* would umloubtcllv  hai- h'*en jald if we do not /jet our fuP  < per cent ih'.s piesent yea,. I mist  tluxl we ahl 1 ba'nl -"i.tseive* tosr-thei  ftnJ   put  an  end   lo  . iU burnlnsr irr!��\-  K'l   a.'  LA GRIPPE  Couth  Pill  tnkan   in cooiunct.on with  ANTI-PILL���"Th��  Qre*t   System Treatment"���Is a positive preventative of and  % cuio for Uo Grippe. .  Sold by All Druggi.tt or  The   WILSON-FYLE   CO.,   Limited  NIAGARA  FALL8.  ONT. ,       toi  Tlie  SH(Uf��c(.irr  1'art.  Jamie having come Into tbe possession of considerable wealth through  the death of relatives was thus addressed by one of his neighbors:  "Aye. Jamie, it was a j��md thing for  you tli.it your rich freens waur born  afore yo."  "Wcel." said Jaiuic, "I'm nae ?ae  sure aboot that, but it was a jjuid thing  that tliey deed afore me." ��� Dundee  Advertiser.  "* Mr wife took 1-jl Grippe when slie wai  in Ottawa,"%*ys R. N. Da-'ot of Norlhfirid  F^t'n, Ijui-., in an interview. " Sho jf.il a  bottle ot Psychine and alter usinif it for *  Irw day* ihe w.ia o,uue well, I took a cold  rto.l am wsun{ it and am g*ettni< all rig*''!.  I iti.nli. Psvthncjij cue ot tlie best tonni  on the niaikn io-da\ ."  Theie \ou hiif the whole matter in *  r.ut>hell. La Grippe -mil tolds afr among  the forerunner- cl cori'-uiiipiion.  This man had one, l;ii wit'c b.id the other.  Pm chine not t>:i!> cured both but it built  l.ietn up sO that their bodies are sliong  ruoiiljli to roist d.-tease. All seed> ol  :oinsumption a.e k.lied,by *  50c, Per Bottle  U��rffor   slzas S1  and S3���nil   (irueglit*.  AtlatMliijp  Aim*   *��>   Cmls.  Ile-T think a woman's club, to be  giieeessfui, should aim at soinctliiuf f*ir  removed fiom female suft'r.ijre. .Sh*-*--1  dou't agree with yon. That -hould be  its sole aim. lie -Vcs, but if i< aims at  something else it Is more bkelv to hit  that , f/.;/*.u4' I  '���" Irate. - I/.*', ��� r!7 i * ��  {".aLwlJii jfelgjiaJfls  *!>88 ' 'IpI'-IP^'  S w ;*���-���'"Srai��t*i i!  av^-E  IS  l.A'A'L^r;  ".'Vlw.*'.  Tl MOYIE LEADER.   _.  "      TPfE LEAD-tig, MOYlK, JtUtiilSH. COLUMBIA*.  Published in theintoreal of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  F. J. SMYTH, Publisher.  UNION  I.AUKjL  EiTEg or aniiScaiPTiON.  Oae Year.   W.00  SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 1900.  Arerry Christinas.  for  The Kamm Banquet was & cracker  jack.       i  t '       .  ~f? _  Now for a   good   hockey   team  Moyie. '   Tfr~,���~  \J*li,en business gets sick giye, it a  doao of pr/nter*' ink.  In    P^mUe     of    Cbaujberlfja'i        Coosh  There is no other medicine manufactured that has received so much praise  and so many expressions  of gratitude  as Cbamberlain'd  Cough   remedy.    It  is effective, and prompt  relief follows  ite use.    Grateful parents, everywhere  do not hesitate to testify tp its   merits  for the benefit yf others.    Il is a    certain cure for croup   and   will   prevent  the attack if gjyen fit tbe first' appearance of the disease.   It is especially  adapted to children a? it is pleasant to  I take and containg   nothing   injurious.  Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a   well  known  resident and clerk in the store of   Mr  E. Lock, of Alice, Oapa Colony, South  Africa, says:    ���'I have used  Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy to ward off croup  and colds in njy family.    J found it to  be very  satisfactory and  it gives   me  pleasure to recommend it."     For  sale  by the Moyie Drug <fc Stationery Co.  I. O. O. F.  Meets Tuesday evenings in Mc.Gregor  hall on Victorifi ptreot. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  R. T. HowAiiD, F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. , Secr'y-  Today is the shortest day of  year. Pilgrim, do you pptice ���  difference? ,  the  the  Moyie has misse'd several good shows  this winter by  pot   ljaying   an   opera  frpuse ox sijitable hull.  _.���rt, _  ��� Young man, b,-.ve you written' a  (Christmasletter to your ' parents at  foome? ' If not, '-'Do it N",v,s" -  < '     N0TIOK.   '  IN THE MVTrER of tbo CQifiyantei  Apt 1S97 and the amoudlnt; .^ctef mid  In   the'matter of Tlio Black-M^CKsy  Mining- .Company,   Llnjltei}   nou-per-  ���onil'liability.  NOTICE liharaby ftren   that  thre*  njontht*.  after the 5tli. iltr of Qseeu^ur 13Q3, fuo Dl*o|c ���  Mackay Mining Company Llmltw} jioi),-perso_.  alliability will apply t��   tha   Llcutennit  ilor-  ernor for  an order  tn  Council  cbaoglnsr    Its  name to fhe Cumbrian" MJuIng Company Llinlt-  od ihiii-i>u��miih.1 liability.  D.itmi thu Ustli day ol -N'ovembor 1W ,,  '    -   I". A. GKKA5R,  Sulicllor for the sul.l Oo.uiiMiy.  8t. Kugeaa Lodge So. ST.  K. of P.  Meets evsry Thursday  -vening    in   McGregor  hall at 8  o'clock.    Visiting brothers invited.  G, H. Findlay;        G, W. One BARD,  .Chancellor Com. K. R, and S  Btoyie   Miners'   Union  tyo. 71  VV,F. of M.  Meets if) McGregor, hall every Saturday evening:. Sojourning members  are cordially invitetf to attend. -  lAMATTAf  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best pf    v  Table Board.  J. A. GOUPILL, Propr.  i in. m. nii.��.  L i,   McKIUOP  J. L. GlBBOXS,  President.  Jas,  .Roberts,  Secretary  ���#������  ASSAYEH ,  .HAKKJSTU  In - all  the   Principal  Cities and   Towns   in  British Columbia  ,   MOYIE, B, C,  P. BURNS & GO  _     WHOLESALE A��i��    BVpAJP  MEAT    MEK0HANT3  i  Fresh' and Cured Meats, Fteah    <  Fish, Game and Poultry.   We  supply only  the t best.    Your  trade solicited.'  MQYJ&AWE NO, ,955  '    Burglars' emerc   ih - Sti-ndarJ   0 1!  n >  pfTice? in Buff.Id the -.tlier- d,iy.    Tb  amiiuni of ilicir |o-j i- n u repur't. d.  Betting bis .-(<���   i\   I'm.i i-.i need 'on  "the   elections' in    this   constituency.'  .Old Man Simpson won a  bat  on -tbe  'pomination.  * , '   ���  -+**-  NELSOlf.  U. C  ,.   f STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  THE CANADIAN  OF COMMERCE^  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fun(J  HEAD OFFICE,   TORONTO  B. B, WALKER, Gcnvral Manager ''   ,*t PV i n���.. I  ^RANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA   *^  THE ^TOITEX) STATES ANQ ENGU^ ^  BANKING   BY  MAIL  Bu*S*e��a &## |>e tiraasacted by mtM ^^ ^^  of th* Swic   Accounts may bo openedL^i,^^  CRANBROOK BRANCH. F r uii'ni*  EH  ���fWm  MeeUj third Monday pf eucii month  in McGregor Hall, -  t  J. H  IJA-WKE,  Wprtby SepWy,  DR.  HARVIE,.  ��� vVorthy Pres.  CA^ADIAM  i  OutBide of  Moyie,  the  Leader   will  gamble   there's not a   town  this far  ,, portb   that ljas as  many   artistically  dressed Christmas windqwj? ss are  tbe  ^inilows of Cr^nbroqk'a  epterprising  , merchants.    ', ,  ,, The Appeal to Reason predicts that  in a few years ��� tbe   Democratic party  will be'a thiug of   the  past, and that  ?.he conflict for   the., mastery   of  tne  c nation will be   betweea   the  Kepubli-  ' cans and th.e Socialists.      '     '  *  . -^zzrrz *Q-r- ' ' t  /'..SOCIALISM  ANALYZED'   ��� ���>,  .      *  ./ .  <        rrofessor,L>iughlin*of   the   Univer-  aity of Chicago  told the  members of  the Industrial Association of America  6ome,solid truths on Socialism, declar-  ' ing that men, in   allying   thanjsGlves  f.ulure8, and asked'society   to   do   for  them what they had been   unable   to  accomplish fqr tbemaelyes.   I��d  took  up the Socialism  question   with   ungloved hands, and said that a man who  is tempeiate, industrioup, honest, and  {.brifty succeeds, while tbe man \vho is  not fails.     In other  words, thp  man  '    who is fit succeeds and the unfit faili*.  And when men who  f.iil   \yish  society  to do for them what   they   confess   to  being iucompetent to do for themselves,  wo ljave an explanation of the demand  for socialism; for socialism ia the phii-  quqplj-y of failure   Tho processor contended tlpit labqr unions are  going  to  accomplish the good they aim   at, not  by an *b,\i$o of powoi, but by a   sense  of responsibility, aqd by   square   and  honpst dealings with those   wnqua  m-  t-irests are inextricably boiind up   with  their own.    Labor   and   capital   must  syqrk together.     Ltbor   mu$t   choose  wiiio leaders and capita! m ist co-opur-  ate lyith them in bettering tho  conditions which make for Hie   good of   nil.  . Tho dangerous abuse of power is to   be  foqud inyHt*.inuUtiiig ignorance to  act  as arbitrator of  difficulties;   to   make  tho unfit believe themselves the equal  of tb,e (it, a thing hard   to  understand  Until tbe Socialists learn that all   men  arq not equal iu wisdom,   ability   and  business power, they will  never  select  tho wisest leaders or  escape  troiu   the  effects of the frightful  ewes-soe.���Vancouver Woild.  IX PRESCRIPTIONS,  put-up at this pharmacy you   are certain of getting  just* what' your   doctors   prescribes.  ,Sqme  druggists  use  substitutes.    We don.t and dqnt' have  , ' *l c  to.    Our drug stock in the "  PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT  's so complete we cati'fjll any prescription presennd.    There's nq risk using  our prescriptions aqd   no  overcharge f  are ever made. ,��  The Moyie Drag  and Stationery (Io.  Harvey   &    MgCatrter,  nt T> r '  Barristers,- Solicitor*, Notaries, ^tc."  Cranhropk,   ,   r  ,^;. G,  a^g?  W. F. Gtvm,  "        y,   "      ' '  i ,   ' '*''  CRANBROOK. -.   .    " '      B.  Q.g.DOTBA��  , * *   i  Barrister, Solicitor, Rotary public, Etc  Qranbrook, ^. C.  St.  "Joseph^  Convent.  NELSON, B. C.      ' ,     ,  iJoarding'aud Day ScbPOr cqqduct-  ed by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  $. C. Comnqercial apd' business  courops a specialty," Excellence and  swift progress cba'racteaize eaph department. Parents should write for  particulars. Que month assures tbe  public of the thoroughness of, the  Sisters' methqda of tpacbiug. Terras  communce January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during tern>.  i)R. FT $. MlfiES,  Cranbrook, g-;  a  WINTER  iXCyRISIONS,  'a   $6SM: ���''';  MOYIKTO  JtimSAk 'TORpNTO  and all points weet thereof ih  ./ONTARIO.and QUEBEC  QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, HALIFAX and  ���MARITIME PBQVfSOKs"  Rates pp appljiatioq   ������  '    TICKETS ON SALE DAILY  *   2\Tovernber24th to Decembpr 31st. ��  JLtOUNDV'-TRIpT' FIRST   CLASS.  11   :    THREE MONTHS LIMIT  OLD COTTJNTRY RATES  ,   *t" \VHEN IN  qbanb^ooe:  t   O '   >-  E. n. SlUtL, H��DUC��r. . , ,      *  Good rooms, good  tables and  bar,  ,'      and  first class sample rooiii.    _ -  ���.-���������- T~ ��� ' ~���*  ."'"'��� ' i    "'  '��� :E.i3./:GWYNNE'."  Cigars;        Tobacco, Coiifctionery  ���, v Fruits, Efc ''  FARRELL BLOCK, ���     '    X,'  >���  XMAS  JQb  $79-95  Georfiro ��[.. Thompson,  -   i.        , BitHSrSTKE, Soucitob^  E\0  .  -. .,i'"  tary BpjiLic, dsc. .   **.  CRANBROOK. ���<  British'Columbia.  W, Rf 3DATTY  Embalfijer and IJndertaker,  PhpnpSQ.       ' CRANBROOK.  tf   i RETURN     (      -  ' yJTalifi^x or-St: John  ,J     '.'RETURN'OCEAN FAR^S*,  "  Saloon,-"?95'r;f Second. '?7C:'' Steerage,  tf.-)4��nM nn. a^J-nfrline In 'ptnimnr.  , For d^itaj^ed" iijformatiqn,  ?ailfDg?i  Ocean StearnefB/First.Olass/or Tour7  ist Sleeper, apply-to  local^agents/' or  7?ritp      XX' '     '    '"'"' "   '   ''  i. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  J. 8  CARTER, ' I-  Dltt, easa. Agt  kelson,  Frizes Gjyeii.      <  0 *r *  T     Orders  Taken on,  ,    o,i    -     ' ''A- *  Everything   ,  iii'the'Printin-ff '  JS. J". COYLE,  Ass't Genl.'Eass, Ai't.  - We have a fine stoat of- FURNITURE this Chriil  ,,',  , , ,^a8,,that would mako gopAd preaonis,   ? '-  , ,'% carload of j FURNITURE'.PRESENTS arrived  this week and \yc are able to supply��"y0u with fl'iiy.  thiflgypu >v-9.nt;atA reasonably price, ' * v  .   From this list ^'bu cap sfilpot'sDroethino.-      '< .���  i ii ^ o   ,   *' V i  ������ 'J  i        ���> i *     r >0  , Morris Chairs;   '    j   ,, r >,  -_ 'Office Chairs/:.    */x\y./ '.'y, ,    ','  Rpckjng Chairs, ��� ,,     -   ,   > !  . China Closets,    :   V >    " " a        '  Center Tallies,   '���"-;;:   ,'���''';;*''.'    �� .    '"  Extension Tables,   "'' ^ \'t;    ; .     , '   "���  Dress'ag Tabes-;"      ,   ; '  -Sideboarc's,'   l> ��� y;     y .'    ���"-  '   ,    , ,    * -'    .  HallRacks,   / ��� .'}\^/- \ 'r   ������    -   . .' "���    ',  Kindergarten Sets     JJJ.   " '':."( ,  Cranbrqdk Cb Operafjye Stprei:  JiJMITED.  7Un^al.'Directoin5,Tand   i  JEinbalmers,  Vancouve'.  CP^ST P^COTQ CO.  Wm. Jewel!-  Cranbrook and Moyie.  .BUY" YOUR    ,  Tobaccos.  3P^^x^it and  A. B. Stewart & Co.  Agent   for   Crows'   Nest  * Steam Laundry.  SH2  Express and General DeUvepy Business. Livery ^n-fj  Fegd Sfeahle.  Leave Orders at  ^Fhis1^ tlie; Season for    I  f  SEE  FARRELL & SMYTH  MOVIE  ���Qwynne'!* Store,,  ���        British   Dolupi'iia.  ��Q%  You Need One?  '      " .        ��� -        V  Write for Prices to  Ji D.McBRIDE,  Kins uf All Cough Aluillcluos.  Mr. E. O. Case, a mail carrier of  paiiton Cuntre, Conn.; wlio baa bei*n  jn tbe.U.S. Service for.'about sixteen  years, says: "Wo have tried many  cougb medicines for croup, but Obam-  b��rlain;*i���Coii'gli, Roraodjr ia kiug of all  frnjjoae to be rolieJ upon every time.  W��! ajuo.find it tbe be��t' remedy lor  ; pougbs and'cold", giyiiigcertaiu.reisqHs  and leaving no bad fiflecta.'.', jr!qr g'ai���  \iy tbe Moyie Drug &. Stationery Co.  Help Wanted*  WANTED:��� Two sober reliable  men for dairy. One competent, to  Jiandle route and take cbarge, $4q.  ^econd' good chore hand, ?30. Or  will pay $115 to parly furniabing all  g^ueBsarv labor and board.  y      .'���' ' U. CAMERON,  DKSADLNIEK  BKOS,    r*rop5.  Lar;e sample room in connection  witli bouse for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters   for   Commercial and Mining Men.  QUEENS  AVENI.'E, MOYIE,  Trade Marks  . Designs  Copyrights Ac.  ��^I^one !Mm!1''-8 ��' sketch and dc-scrlptlod maf  aololtly.ascertain our opinion'free whethtr^S  lavanunn Is. probably nstenUblo.   Conimunlo-  sontfreo. Oltlwit Hitenej for socurtniriwtents.  r.at��ntsi Uken tfiroueh Muni. A^fSS&rt  tytOcu notUc without chaive, la the      "**"��  Sctoifific JFimericam  A. hsndsonslir illustrated weosly. ljnaett *ir.  eulntlon of any scientWo tourui. Teras �� a  i��i.j2fr5"2tbB*'*1* ^ ^ by'all n5*>���ea"e��  Columbian College  NEW "WESTMINSTER, B.   C.    -  Receives botb Ladies and Gentlemen as Resident or as Day Studontn.  Has a coqiplelc Commarcial or Business Course. I'repares studeula to  gain Teacber,9 Oertilicutes of all  grades. In aifilliation with TORONTO  UNIVERSITY gives the (pur year(j  course for tbe B.-A. degree, and tbe  firnt year of tbe Toronto School o!  Science;. \l.*s a special VProHpectora  Course" for miners who work in B. C.  Instructions   given  in   Art.,  Music.  Physical culture and elocution.  For Calender etc. address "Columbia College."  Teim  open Sept.*17ih. 19Qfj.  c  Fire Insurance,  Real Estate,  Collection!,  CRANBROOK,  ff.��g-��ff i��i4gi4��i /g*^g*^*  k*>fc">��.* ��*��"^*>fc.- ^-^^S  Victoria Street. . AEovio.  CHRISTMAS    EX.  CURSIONS TO EAST-  B*li  MOYIE    HOTEL  *>p. F,yoEjysiQJv  I ' '  This Hotel is New and well Furnished TJe  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  Market affords. The Bar is Filled witn  the Jtsest Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL j  2 AND MINING MEN' ���,�������*.  ���    3*OTIK _____ _ BRITISH COLWM��"   1  O. F. DEiAULNIER.  DEALBR  Ot  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  ���mn^gZ-A^ Otccups' A'7e,     "SipY-i-  ERN CANADA,  Cheap rates to all poin ts in * On -.;  tario. Quebec and tbe Maritim ',  provinccH.  Tickets .Q\i sftlp Nqvemr ���������  i ber,25.i\\. t.Q Depember Slstinclusive.  Good for three months vvitb stop   over   privilages   east   of    s  Paul and Dulutb. .  Fernie, JB. G. tp Tp^to'apd' a|l   points   in.   On-  : ario $62. 25,,  Fernie B.C. to Montreal $6.2,25,  Proportionately   low rates   Ip poii.ta egat of Montreal in Quebe  and the Mnrilime provinces.  For detailed information,  rateer,  etc., call   on or   adresg  .    H.   L, ABlackitone Agent G.   N, FERNJE   p   c  Moyie B  admittedly   tlie  As  made by the  present brewer   is  Best   Beer.in Eiict Koolenoy. Willi Hx  ibe Piireel Spring Wniir it in iiiii-xcellrd /orqualny  Insist on having Moyie Beer," :  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Prpprietor,  MOYIEiB'0,  >.:���


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